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HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKIAN JULY 14 190b 1
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I Introducing500peptiIndians Production SoldiersBATTLE of WOUNDED KNEE
Introducing 500 Indians Cowboys Scouts i and Soldiers yu A
Direct from successful European trip Americas greatest min
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tary company presenting Rutts Manuel of Arms to Music
TWO Companies Of Cavalry Late of the U S Army in expert feats of horsemanship
Ell worths Female
Zouaves
See Capt Winstons
Wonderful educate
VVonderfuleducatedSeals
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Y1 Lucuzon Sister
Wonderful Aerial
Jaw Act
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5 S Flying Banvards
Sensational Europe
an Aerialists
4 kRegletafed He secured the agency for the Famous Dr Gar
finkles Eye Remedy He is seeing it to the public at 100 per bottle
on guarantee to cure any kind of Sore Eyes Granulated Eye Lids
Watering Itching Burning of Eyes Scums Pterygiums and Cataracts
and Wild Hairs Try a bottle and be convinced that you can be cured
Your money back if you Are not pleased with the result Sold by
ax S W H Martin DruggistHOP KEENTUCKY
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The latest foreign
novelty Mr Jas
Dutton and Mlle
Winnie Van grand
spectacular double
riding act
McNutt Troupe s
Aerial Cycls Whirl
Riders
Prof Nygardt
school of wonderful
ly trained Menage
Horses 12 in No
Y 20 Male and Female Riders 300 daring gymnasts nimble acrobats and talented Aerialistthe pick of all
arenic celebrities 40 Merry old Clowns Grand 30000000 street parade Three miles of gold bedecked wag
ons and chariots prancing horses dens of rare and costly wild animals and including the seasons newest nov
elty a quarter of a million dollar reproduction of the battleships of our navy t
The grand musical ballet 500 men women and children in the cast Chief White Thunders Bandof In
dians50 bucks sr uawS and papooses The Celebrated Banda Rosa of 50 soloists under direction of Antonia
Oliveto give one hours musical program before each performance v
TWO SHOWS DAILY RAIN OR SHINE
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Excursion Rates On All Railroads
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Groves Tasteless Chinl Tonic
S 5 has stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Million
bottles Does this word of merit appeal to you No Cure No Pay 50c
Enclosed with every bottle Is a Ten Cent package of Grovee Black loot Liver Pills
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HOME PHONE 1322 HOPKINSVILLE KY =
4 CUMB PHONE 263 East 9th St near L N depot =
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WH MARTIN
is the Man Appointed
J For Hopkinsville ICy
5 Fine
All persons who fail to destroy
thistles and noxious weeds on their
lots within the city by July 15th will
be fined 5 for each offense Weeds
and grass bf all kinds on pavements
to the curb line must be cut without
delay Dog days are coming and
the city must be cleaned up This
is the last notice
Policeas
Cheap Rates to Omaha Neb
Onefare plus 200 account Bap
I tist Young Peoples Union Tickets
sold July 9th to 12th inclusive good
until July 18th with extension priv
privilege
Tax Notice
All city taxes levied by the Board
of Council of the City of Hopkins
ville for the year 1906 are in my
hands for collection and will be due
on July 1 1906
Gus TANDY Tax Collector
for the City of Hopkinsville
Securities For Sale
I have a few thousand dollars of
firstclass seven per cent nontaxa
ble securities for sale Interest pay
able semiannually
semiannuallyJAS
JAS WEST Office
Commercial and Savings J3 nkI
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0 To Cure a Cold in One Doy
II Fake Laxative Imo Quinine Tom mA eaw ry
s t wnkwJK toui p ti9ma Tis signature TXjfrti aC
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UNIQUE GERMAN LIBRAR 4
Qontains At ographs and Character
iatl6 JlnoB from Goat
He Writers
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The Taplinitz library in the
family clmfeau near Leipzig con
talus not only the entire series
several thousand plumes hand
Comely tiouud in maroon calf
With golft lettering out a unique
collection of autographs says
the Westminster Gazette Here
is a characteristic line from
ThackerayDont
Dont be afraid of four Eng
lish A letter containing E s d
is always in pretty style
Equally characteristic is Car
lyles crabbed utterance
No transaction could be hand
somer on your part The money
account concerns me please at
tend to that Friendliness and
help cannot be repaid but money
can and always should
How warmhearted Dickens
frank words Whatever price
you put upon the book will sat
isfy met Disraeli wrote in the
grand style
> The sympathy of a great na
tion is the nioqt precious reward
of authors arid an appreciation
that is offered us by a foreign
people has something of the
character and value which we at
tribute to the fiat of prosperity
LAN IMMENSE ROSE FARM
ITwelve
Twelve Acres Are Devoted to One
iv Flower In the Soil of
i California
iru
< One of the most interesting
lights in the Pomona valley is
1
the development work now be
ing done by a rose growing com
pany on its rose farm at the foot
pj V White avenue reports the
jNimona Cal Times Here may
be seen literally acres of roses
th6 slips being planted a few
welts ago covering the entire 12
aCe tract in rows about three
feet apart
F The plants are about six
Inches in height and here and
there over the tract many of
diem are in bloom It will be
a beautiful sight when the rose
bushes are grown to two or
three feet in height all in blos
sourc
eoinThe
The work of irrigating and
I tending the plants at this time
of year requires about 25 men
From December until April dur
ing the shipping season prob
ably 50 to 75 people will be kept
busy At this season the young
plants are being pushed as rap
idly as tender care good soil the
available amount of sunshine
and constant irrigating will ac
complish it
A READY WRITER
gtvod
1 to the unemployed
I The Begging Letter ManBut Im
not unemployed tell him It takes me
hours every day to attend to my cor
respondence for charitable purposes
Their First Voyage
Mr Ryetop This here travel
ers guide says that new tourists
should beware of Mal De Mer
when they cross the ocean for
the first time 1 wonder who
Mal De Mer is Maria
Mrs Kyetop Mai De Mer
Gracious Hiram I bet he is one
of them thar card sharks that
hangs around down in the smok
Ing raQru looking for greenhorns
grcenhornsOht
New Dish in London
Hundreds of people dined off
roast Russian bear the other day
at two London restaurants The
bears had been imported alive
from Russia and slaughtered in
England The bear steaks were
so much appreciated that roast
bear it is stated will in future
be regularly included in the menu
of these and other restaurants
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Greatest Coral Beet
IThe Cheat Barrier reef front
lug the coast of North Australia
thtworJd
world It is over 1000 milea loaf
wid89rojilei wide J
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QUAlh4TlEIR1GY REPORT
REPORTJ
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Fannet and Merchants Bank
br PEMBROKE KY
X
at the close df business on the
30th day bf June 1906
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BESOUIIrf3ES
Loans and dlicounta 1127 61617
Overdrafts ecurcd w 00
wOverdrafts 102490
Due from National BankS 8 485 03
Onof ram State Banks and Bank =
era 88590
88590Duo
Duo from Trust Companies 00 937093
Banking House and Lot 400000
Other Real Estate 00
00Mortgages
US BondsS 00
Other Stocks and Bond 00
Specie 119039
Currency 270000 389039
389039Exchange
Oihorltems carried as cash 3200
Furniture and Fixtures I 0000
Fund to pay Taxes t 00
Current Expenses last Quarter 00
Give description location value and
how long owned all real estate ex
cept banking house and lot if any
owned longer than five years None
Total 149 058 65
LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in In cash 3 4000000
Surplus Fund 1000000
1000000Undlldedprofits
Due Depositors as follows
Deposit subject to check on which
Interest Is not paid 67 087 80
whichinterest
interest Is paid 00
Demand Certificates of Deposit 00a
which interest is paid 00 s
sTime
707669Savings a
Savings Deposits on which interest is n
npaid
10896Certified
7427345Due
Due National Banks 00
Due State Banks and Bank
6045Due
Due Trust Companies 00 6045
Cashiers Checksoutstanding 00
00UUlsRedlscountel
2300000Unpaid
115500Taxes
Taxes due and Unpaid 50000
Capital Stock not Paid 00
SUPPLEMENTARY
Highest amount of indebtedness of any
stockholder person company or firm
Including in the liability of the com
pany or firm the liability the indi
vidual members thereof directly or
indirectly if such indebtedness ex
ceeds 20 per cent of capital stock ac >
ually paid in and actual amount of
surplus of the bank None
Howls indebtedness stated in above
item I secured
See Sec 583Ky Statutes
Highest amount of indebtedness of any
anydirector 5
indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of
paid up capital stock of bank None
See Sec 583 Ky Statutes
Howls same secured
Docs amount of Indebtedness of any per C
sonICoorfirmlncludlnlf In thella bully
of the company or firm the liability of
the individual members thereof ex
ceed 30 per cent of paidup capital
and actual surplus 0
surplusII
If so state amount of such indebt
Amount last dividend 115500
Were all expenses losses interest and
taxes deducted therefrom before de
claring dividend and was not less
than 10 per cent of net profits of the
bank for the period covered by thcdiv
Idend carried to the surplus fund be Yes >
fore said dividend was declared No
tSee Sec 596 Ky Statutes
Total S14905865 a
STATE OF KENTUCKY t
COUNTY OF CHRISTIAN J SS
J W CroBB Cashier of the 1
Farmers Merchants Bank JocatedJ
and doing business on Main streetI
in the town of Pembroke in said °
county being duly sworn says that a
the foregoing report is in all respects
a true statement of the condition of
s
the said bank at the close of business
on the 30th day of June 1906
to the best of his knowledge and be
lief and further says that the busi
ness of said bank has been transacted
at the location named and not else
where and that the above report IE
made in compliance with an official
notice received from the Secretary of
State designating the 30th day ol
June 1906 as the day on which
such report shall be made J
J W Cnoss Cashier
ISAAC GARROTT Director
R T CHILTON Director
T D JAMESON Director
Subscribed and sworn to before me
by J W Cross the 3rd day of July
196 Jno H PENDLETON N P
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To Teachers and Patrons
There is considerable confusion in J
some districts on account of a mis
understanding as to which spelling J
book should be used in the schools
The contract with the publishers J
ofrReeds Word Lessons does not
expire until January 18 1907 and
the Modern Pronouncing Speller
cannot be introduced before that
dateTeachers
Teachers must absolutely refuse
to use the Modern Speller this
year and patrons should not pur
chase it because such is a violation
of the contract with the publishers
and might involve the county in a
1
law suitF
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W E GRAY I
County Supt Ii
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Important to School Trustees J
The chairman of the board of P
trustees of any district not having jj
a teacher should report same to the tl
county superintendent thereby ena E
bling him to furnish information to
teachers and also to aid trustees in
securing teachers i
Ennis Morris
Succesor to Nr E Chappell
Horse Shoeing
Blacksmithing
Woodwork and
WoodworkandGenl
Genl Repairing
No 209 West Seventh St
I have associated with me J BCJ
Cravens well known and expe Vi
experienced warkman Prices most reas b
able and all work guaranteed Try us fi
ow X f 1
Boward Br le
PROPRIETOR µ J
jj ery and
andFeed
Feed StabJe o f
Corner Ith and Virginia Streets
HopkinsVIIlC Ky
Firstclass Rigs careful drivers
and courteous attention City hack
service meeting all trains Funeral
and wedding work a specialty Give
me a call
liome 1313 +
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TIME TABLE
TRAINS GOING NORTH
No 52St Louis Express 941 a1u7
No 54 StL Fast Mail 1005 p mil
milNo
mNo
TRAINS GOING SOUTH
InNo
No 53St L Fast Mail 547 a m
mNo
yNo
No 52 and 54 connect at St Louis for
points west
No 51 connects at Guthrie for Memphis Lin
LInc1nts
joints as far south as Erin and for Louisville
Cincinnati and the East
No 53 and 55 make direct connection at Gntb
rte for Louisville Cincinnati and all point
5north and east thereof No 53 and 55 also coo
oat for Vcmphls and way points
1
No 92 runs through to Chicago and win not
airy passengers to points South of Evansville
Usa carries through sleepers to St Louis
No 93 through sleepers to Atlanta Macon
Jacksonville St Augustine and Tampa Fla
llso Pullman leepers to New Orleans Con
sects at Guthrie for points East and West No is
13 will notcarry local passengers for points North
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LEAVE HOPKINSVILLE
No 336 Paducah and Cairo
Accommodation6 40 a m ti < ft
No 206Evansville and Mat
toon Expressll 20 am
No 334 Princeton Accomo
edation 8 20 p m
SOUTH BOUND
No 25 Nashville and Chica
go Limited 5 20 a ffl
No 333 Nashville Accommo
333NashviJIeAccommodation718
dation718 a til
No 205 Nashville and Evans
ville MaiL6 15 p m Is
No 331 Hopkinsville and Pa
ducah Accom arrives 9 45 p m
All passenger trains daily Through
Matt
toon Evansville and Cairo without
change J B MALLON Agt
AgtHopkinsviJ1e
HopkinsviJle Ky
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Travel in Luxury
On The Ntw YOlk Limited
Over Pennsylvania Short Lines
By leading Louisville 330pmdav
passengers ride in The News i
iLimited
ladies maid library train stenofv
daylighrun
run over Allegheny Mountains
ArriveNew York 530 p m Buffet
parlor car connection arrive Wash
ington 500 p m For illustrated
booklet write to C H Hagerty Dis
trict Passenger Agent Louisville
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for 11110 1 r I Will ItDd Ulea IrIsIto 0apI4 rot
lea Iteed BplMree ltjoardraptce 10
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UNITCO UlDICAUCOBu74tMOA TI l phi
Sold by AndersonFowler Drug Co
CoIncorporated
Incorporated Hopkinsville Ky
J Grape bags for sale at this
office at 8 cents per 100 The grape
crop is the finest for years and those
who take the trouble to sack the
bunches may count on some Every
fine fruit

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