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VOL XXIXHOPI1NSVI LE KENTUCKY TUESDAY AUGUST 20 1907 No 100
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B n3 Just received 8 new fall styles
mIn young ladies and Misses LAI
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J Geo C Long President C P Jarrett VicePrest
i Thos W Long Cashier Bailey Russell Asst Cashier
I First National Bank
1OF HOPKINSVILLE KY
1UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IKT THE CITY
c Solicits accounts of individuals and corporations desiring a sah
place of deposit or accommodations on aproved security
Three per cent interest paid on Time Certificates
J ot Deposit Safety Deposit Boxes for
I Customers
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To Start anAccount In Our
Savings Department
andjwill lend one of these handsome and useful
Pocket Book
SavingstBanks
Free to Our Depositors
Askifor One
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should be cautiously guarded it should
be placed beyond the reach of those who
might be interested in its disappearance
These documents you know sometimes
I mysteriously vanish But they are al
ways safe when deposited in our vault
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Henru C Gant President J E McPherson Cashier
H1 McPherson Asst Cashier
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STRIKERS WANT
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A Number of Them Asks
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Commissioner Neill in Washington
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Chicago Aug lSThe Western
Union added twenty five operators
I to the working force in the main
office in this city Saturday The
men arrived at 5 oclock All of
them are from New York and were
at once set to work A number of
strikers applied for their old posi
tions during the day
NEILL IN WASHINGTON
Washington Aug 17Commis
sioner of Labor Neill arrived home
today from Chicago where he went
on a vain effort to effect a settle
ment of the telegraphers strike
For the present he is taking no part
in the telegraph strike situation but
says he is ready to act as mediatoi
if called upon
Dont let the baby suffer from ec
zema sores or any itching of tin
skin Deans Ointment gives instan
relief cures quickly Perfectly
safe for children All druggists sel
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SAVED SOME WHEAT
Not probable That Nigh
Riders Burned Tom Gar
netts Barn
J T Garnett whose barn was de
stroyed together with his wheal
crop succeeded in saving abou
1500 bushels of the 2500 in the
barn It was in sacks and only thE
sacks on top were destroyed Ther
is no clew to the guilty party bui
the neighbors hold to the opinior
that it was a plain case of arson and
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not the work of a band of night
riders It is most probable that Mr
Garnett was the victim of private
malice as a result of the unsettled
conditions in this section With
arson and kindred crimes going un
punished a terrible precedent is be
ing established for the perpetration
of all kinds of crimes under the idea
that they will be charged up to
night riders and dismissed without
further thought Those who have
started this reign of disorder who
have placed firebrands in the hands
of masked marauders have brought
a new and direful trouble upon the
white people of Kentucky and Ten
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Biggest Offer
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Wholesale andRetail Grocers i
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POLICIES MAY
BE CANCELED
There Are Too Many Fires
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BECKHAMSHEfcP ASKED
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Tennessee Growers in Dan
I ger of Losing Their
Protection
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Nashville Tenn Aug 16Un
less the rewards offered yesterday
by Gov Patterson or some other
agency reduce the hazards in the
dark tobacco district of Tennessee
the fire insurance companies doing
business in that section will cancel
all their risks there and leave the
section without protection
For nearly two years losses have
been phenomenal in all the tobacco
counties Already several compan
it
ities have canceled a number of risks
on the business houses and stocks in
some of the towns
Gov Patterson has written to Gov
Beckham of Kentucky requesting
that he offer a reward for the night
r riders who cruelly whipped John
Lockert at Guthrie Ky Lockert is
a citizen of Tennessee Gov Pat
terson also requests Gov Beckhams
general assistsnce in the suppression
suppressionv
IHad dyspepsia or indigestion for
years No appetite and what I did
eat distreessed me terribly Bur
dock Blood Bitters cured meJH
Walker Sanbury Ohio
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ORDERED TO LEAVE
Peculiar Incident in a To
bacco Field
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t Clarksville Tenn Aug 16Yes
2 terday afternoon about 3 oclock two
men walked into the tobacco field of
3 Clarence Staton Circuit Court
t Clerk where a negro farm hand was
i at work and told him the best thing
1 he could do was to get out and leave
or something might happen to him
This order was quickly obeyed and
j as he left the field the men left the
same way they entered at the rear
I of the field
The negro went to the house and
reported the affair to Mrs Staton >
who with Mrs Statons sister Miss
Mattie Morgan went out to the
field but there was no one in sight
The negro said he had seen both of
the men but did not know their
names but would know them any
whereWednesday
Wednesday night about midnight
Mrs Staton was awakened by the
ringing IIf the phone and the party
asked for Mr Staton and was told
he was away from home Thursday
another cill was made supposedly
the same ana tho same reply was
given Whether these calls had any
thing to d with the incident in the
afternoon rf course no one knows
Mr Staton is unable to conjecture
why such r otice should have been
given as he is a member of the
Association but has never taken
any active part in it
Constipation causes headache nau
sea dizzine > languor heart palpita
tion Drastic physics gripe sicken
weaken thehnvelsand dont cure
DoKtlsRepnety act gently and
cure constipation 25 cents Ask
your druggist
McGinnisBarnett
Nn James M < G5nnis formerly of
Hopkinsville bur flow a resident of
this city and Miss Agnes Barnett
of Dallas Texa were married yes
terday morninx it 680 at the resi
dence of Rev Sadler on College
street Mr Mf Ginnis is a sterling
young man and is engaged in the
lumber business while his bride is a
pretty and accomplished young lady
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I The young pentle will go to house
keeping on Mail street Clarksville
Leaf Chronicle Aug 16
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i CUT PRICES ivia
Seem tobe the order of the day S
If you are interested in
Dress Goods and Silks I
tii have some rare bargains in i
store for you
Quality and prices area
what count You will finQI s
both here
Half price on all Skirts and
SuitsJ Ii
fA Carpets Rugs Mattings
and Linoleums a big line i
= at right prices iI I
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Main St Hopkinsville Ky
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VITAL THING TO KNOW
ABOUT A BANK IS WHAT IT CANrr
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We lend money on real and personal
security We buy and sell Real Es x
tate on reasonable commission We 4
take charge of your Real Estate and
rent it for you We act as Guardian
Trustee Executor Administrator and
Agent We keep your valuables in a
uptodateBank
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Planters Bank
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CITY BANK
Capital 6000000
Surplus 7000000
This Bank ranks among the first in the state of Ken 1
tucky in proportion of surplus to capital
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In Surplus there is Strength
We invite your account as a safe depository for
your funds Deposit your valuable papers in our
vaultsafe from fire and burglars ourII
3 PER CENT INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS j
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Notice to Stock Holders
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All StockHolders wagons will be
loaded at The New Mines and Tipple
at Old Petersburgon tho
I Madisonville and Hopkinsville big
road just beyond Empire Good
road and plenty of coal
1 Call at office for order blanks for
coalBy
By Order Board of Directors
TERRY COAL COKE CO
Incorporated
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PROF S L FROGGY
Former County SuperinI
tendent of Schools Dead I
It is not generally known hc ie
that Prof S L Frogge at ono time
Superintendent of the Public Schools
for Christian county is dead In r
rDecember
paper he was stricken with par
alysis He never fully recovered
and passed away on the 4th of thit g
month He was 57 years old and
was held in high esttjom by all wa
knew him
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