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Hopkinsville Kentuckian. (Hopkinsville, Ky.) 1889-1918, July 17, 1906, Image 1

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VOL XXVIII HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKY TUESDAYJULY 17 I906H r tt iWNO 85
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41 1a Carpets
Best M wool Ingrain Carpets 4 pat
+ terns worth 75c Economy Sale
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Best Velvet and Axminster Carpets
bright and new patterns worth
I 125 Economy Sale Price
89 Cents
l Finest Axminster roomsixe Rugs
9x12 worth 2750 choice of stock
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The Great Economy Cut Sale con
t ti pes in all departments of the store
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You Have
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Well worth pre
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Theft and Fire
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Deeds
Title
PapersMortgages
Mortgages
Bonds Notes
Receipts
Life Policies
LiePolicieslFire
Fire Policies
Jewelry
Silverware
Souvenirs
Heirlooms Eta
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You Need < a
Safe and Pri
vate Place
to keep all these
with ready access
any business day
We suggust that
you try a SAFE
DEPOSIT BOX IN
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PLANTERS BANK TRUST CO
General Banking Trust Business Loans and Investments
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
KNIGHTS TEMPLAR
Hold Services jjyer Grave of
Late Warner Campbell
Two special cars of Knights Tem
plar from Earlington came up Sun
day and united with Moore Com
mandery in a memorial servic l ave r
the grave of the late Warner Camp
bell in Hopewell Cemetery Knight
Campbell who was killed last year
by his engine jumping the track of
the Denver Rio Grande railroad
in Colorado was a member of
Baby Commandery at Earlington
This commandery is probably the
youngest in the State at this time
and when it was instituted it was
given the name because it was the
infant ot the State at the time
There was a large attendance at
theservices at which the regular
service of the order was used This
service iSvery solemn and impress
ive but was cut short by the heavy
rain which fell in the afternoon dur
ing the exercises
KILLED BY TRAIN
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Hit By Passenger and Death
Was Instantaneous v
L N passenger tain No 51
due here at 518 p m ran over and
killed Joseph F Legate in the yards
at Nortonvifle Saturday afternoon
A freight train was on the siding
and Legate was walking down the
main track The supposition is that
hew S watching the freight and 1
failed to observe the approach of the
passenger He was about 65 years
old and a resident of Nortonville o
He was formerly a merchant at that
place and was engaged in business I
at the time of his deatb He leaves
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familyBUTLERWILLIAMS I
BUTLERWILLIAMS I
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Groom Formerly Lived Near 1
Cerulean Springs
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Rev J Barney Butler formerly of I
Cerulean Springs but I
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now Pen I
sacola Fla and Miss May Williams
WilliamsI
of Nashville Tenn were married at
Millersburg Ky a few days agoI
Miss wasI
Williams with her mother was
visiting friends at Millersburg when
Rev Butler joined them for a few
days vacation A speedy marriage
was agreed upon anda surprise
given their friends Rev Butler is
associate pastor ofa Methodist
church in Pensacola
Meet ToMorrow Night
Hopkinsville Aerie No 1434 will
meet tomorrow night July 18 in
regular session By order of
J W Smith W P
J E Buchanan Secy j
Mrs E N Miller and children
have returned from a visit to Louis
ville
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ENCAMPMENT
fAT HENDERSON
Adji Gen Lawrence An
nounces His Selec
tion
WILL BEGIN AUGUST 13
Hoikinsville Company Will
Go I Into Camp Aug
ust 22
Frankfort Ky July 16 Adjt
Gen Henry R Lawrence has an
nounced the selection of Henderson
as the place for the annual encamp
encampment
and that the encampment will open
on August 13 and continue until
September 7 The First or Louis
ville regiment will be the first to go
hinto
into camp The companies of the
regiment will reach the camp on
the morning of August 13 and will
remain until August 20 when they
Will depart for home The com
corns
panies of the Third regiment will go
into camp on August 22 and con
tinuejfn camp until August 29 The
Second regiment will reach the
camp on August 31 and remain until
IIthe close of the camp September 7
The Signal Corps of Frankfort will
go into camp on August 13 and re
main there until the end of the
andd
sslAssistant Adjt Gen Parrent will be
at the camp in chaf ge 7f general
headquarters during the encamp
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Decided Upon as the Place
For State Fair
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sFrankfort Ky July 14By al
vote of five to four the state agriI
cultural commission this afternoon
decided on Louisville as the location
of the state fair Those voting in
favor of Louisville were Messrs
Vreeland Louisville Jones Louis
ville Bowles Bardstown Harris
Union county and Moorman of
Glendean Those voting for Lex
ington were Scovall and Breckin
ridge Lexington Adams Cnthiana I
and Mayo Johnson county
liLouisvillewas decided upon with
the condition that a bond be execut
ed for the payment of 165000 offer
ed
Partial Eclipse of the Sun
There will be a partial eclipse of
thesun next Saturday July 21 In
visible in the United States
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All my Ladies Suits and Skirts
will be closed out
at Half Price
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CUT PRICES
Cut prices is the order of the =
day Visit my store and you
will find the lowest prices
on everything in dry goods
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Bank of Hopkinsville NU w 1
CAPITA STOCK PAID IN 100000
SURPLUS 350001
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HENRY C GANT President
JrE McPHERSON H li EZePEESSOSF
Cashier Asst Cashier
With the la ges COMBINED CAPITAL
AND SURPLUS OF ANY BANK IN Y
CHRISTIAN COUNTY we are prepared to
to offer our customers every facility in the
conduct of their businessj
Interest Paid on Time Certificates of Deposit c
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First National Bank
NationalHOPKINSVILtE
HOPKINSVILLE KY
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SOUTHWEST CORNER NINTH AND MAIN STREETS
OFFICERS
George C Long <
PresidentC
C F Jarrett
JarrettVicePresident
VicePresidentThos
Thos W Long Cashier
DIRECTORS
DrTWBiakejv
John P Prowse
ProwseA
A B Croft
R W Downeri
Lee Ellis J W Downer i
G H Stowe
YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED <
INTEREST PAID ON TIME CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT 1
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Has been as well L patronised as was the big Show A Dollar is no IfeftiSRffi 1 t vIi
bigger here than anywhere else but it looks bigger because it IVCTr
k Ipys more and that is the reason people fairly pack our house when
ever we open these sales Our reserve stock is still good and thek
Big Drop Sale in full blast so come back tomorrow come every day
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