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Hopkinsville Kentuckian. (Hopkinsville, Ky.) 1889-1918, July 12, 1906, Image 1

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rented in Princeton Tuesday night
and yestcday fu tning Li ut Booth
Morris irt colto Princeton and
broughfiip iSa kAt noon and he
is now i flS > 1fP ittty fail The day
of the kI11mg ettl 11went to
hlivesexe ti 1 d tufather + him there
bit faI1 U rocal blke were ott
the lookoutni promptly took him
in charge He came back willingly
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him over the head with a piece of
plank and that he cut him in self de
fense The time for tire trial has
not been s tt Lieut Morris is en
titled to the credit of histapture
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trap into winch Pettus walked
EVERYBODY W6R1SM
EVen Father is Busy Cuttinr
Down Weeds
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the Mayor has made everybody get
bt sy cutting down weeds oil th i
pavements and destroying thistles S
wherever found The city is rapidly
being cleared of the thistles Which
are now In full bni nd must be
cut The police haveiifstruct i I
ta arrestt occupant
residence lot aneJ the conti
agent of every vacant lot wWre
thistles are found next Mojly
Not one will be left in the < ityjfhat
does not cost somebody 5 CllitliJ ip j
erty owners just outside ici ty
must also get busy as the rtyii9
jurisdictipn a mile out of town
There are song luxuriant patches of
thistles on the Fairview pike Cadiz
Dike and other public roads that
Will float a new crop of seeds all
over the country in a few pays It
not cutat once Please notify po
lice headquarters dfany thistles
that have not been cut by Saturday
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One Negro Stabs Another ai
A Wheat Threshing I
Henry nes pnold negro vas
stabbed by 3pur tney Henrya col
ored youth Tuesday The trouble
occurred at 3 wheat threshing on
the farm of MrJ W Lander near
Church Hill Giles was cut in the
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back and petty badly wounded
though it is not thought that his in
juries will result fatally Henry Was
arrested yesterday and brought tOi
jail by Deputy Sheriff Cravens
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Between Eleventh and c
Twelfth Streets J
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fvThe Delgiariun Carnival Co qr
rived in the city this week from
Bowling Green and obtained per
mission from majority of the Board
of Councilmen to exhibit a line of
shows for the rest of the week It
is located on the Ellfs lot between
Eleventh and Twelfth streets Th e
attractions cdftsiatof a Plantation
show Ghost show Ferris wheel
Merry Go Round Morns etc Ad
mission tha lot is free anl the p
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home ne SF yesterday morn
ing atin mess oL several
months 4 co 1icatlon fst m
ach and t r des HeWine
of the t 9mhen citizetnf
the coifoipihd x representative of
rte tnl pioneer families of the
State i x v
Be w ho oUngest son of G9J
m ia d his M wlfe Cornell
G Hen prod Wa567 years of age
Cot flOnm was 11 soft of Gerr Wm
Henrys i id tinmiJ ied soldier 4f I
two rol who settled in this county
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eS jf nrxthe nihmeenth century
Tha on s a colonel in the war
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March 81839
2 Uthe ° Jarge number of children
of Cl Henry only three now sur
ivr COJJfhO Henr of Los Ange
l nl lOW 86 year = old and the
IDtt family t1JJlgrs
RHOR Erlanger Ky aftUjgMrs
SusaH BUrbri 1gofJlis city
fp McG Henry of Newstead i
is his nephew and h0A leaves i numer =
oust bth near testin this
comity iu bqr town an 4
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sisthr to ara Xohn l Enrwin
am1b D lof this sit Th
children is union four
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daughters al of wholvey
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rUr King of this county Thos U
Smith of Todd county and Geo T
Wharton of Ordwayi Colo His j
second wife was MisslMollie Miaor i
to whom he was married 2drs
ago His wife all of his children agid
his sister Mrsvg Burbridge were
with him whenltfe end came
Mr Henry was a deacon in the
Casky Baptist church and was a
leading dud influential citizen i who
enjoyed toe fullest esteem oil ail wh q 1
knew himY = i
sHis funeral wjlljbe heM at the
family residence at two oclock this
afternoon Rev WH Vaughan
his pastor will conduct the services
The Burial will follow in Hopewell
Cemetery
+ noOSER PROPERTY
Sold4 Tuesday to 1 Yonts j
For 3700
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Hon Polk Cansler as agent sold
the Hooser property Tuesday at
public auction The sale was made
for a division and the property had
been divided into 8 lots and was at
first sold in that way bringing
3660 It was then offered as a
whole and brought 8700 Mr L
Yonts becoming the purchaser
The property embraces an entire
square fronting on 4th street Be
ing close to the business part of the
city it would be a e fine investment
if covered wjth cottages that would
rent for 12 to 15 per month but
wht Mr Yonts intentions are we
carlrlot say
PAINFUL ACCIDENT
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Youths Hand Caught and
1 dutby Planjng Mill
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Tom Humphr essonOf Mrs May
Y Hum rie was tie victlnipf a
painful accident yesterday Morning
He waq at work at Wallace Ad 1
ck Planingmill and reached over
theiknit et1oan oil can W11e overi
ipp d and hIs right arm c 1ejn r
9 tct wit1 the bIJs 1ijla hand
jvuiQQt in several places aand it took +
dozen stitches to close up the
wounds His injuries are not conJ
< red of 6 very serious nature but
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CAPITAL STOCK PAD IN r 0 100OOO
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HENRY C GAIT t President
cE McP3EBSON H Jr McpSQ a
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With the la est COMBINED IAL
AND SURF OF ANY JS IN
CHRISTIAN COUNT Y weare p r ed
Woffer our Customers every feilitr3D 1 er
conduct of their business f J >
Interest Paid on Time Certificates of Deposit
First Nktional Bank
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JarrettVicePresident
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John Po Prcivvse
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YOUR BUSINES SOLICtTEd
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The trade mark tAect ud on
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tures means as much to you as our
name does when wc in taU1l m i
In addition to the trade mark each i
fM < liwd fixture bears the manu
facturers Green and Gold label
qoaliy which is the guarantee g highest r
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