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Hopkinsville Kentuckian. (Hopkinsville, Ky.) 1889-1918, August 20, 1907, Image 8

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t Pains at the waist back front or side are nearly sure proof of female trouble
i Some other signs are headache pressing down pains irregular functions restless
At ness cold limbs nervousness etc These pains may be allayed the system braced
V I V and the womanly functions regulated by the use of
H theV Wine of Cardui V
i Mrs Annie Hamilton of Stetsonville Wis writes Cardui saVed me
from the grave after three 3 doctors had failed to help me It is a good medicine
l eWsaist and I recommend it to all suffering women U For sale at all druggists in 1 bottles
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° Mr W P Qualls went to French
Lick Ind yesterday
Mrs E H Reynolds spending
this week at Dawson
Mrs John Brasher has returned
from Nashville
Mrs Dr J R Paine of Pem
broke spent yesterday in the city
t Mr Jno H Bell of J H Ander
j son Co returned from New York
City yesterday
A Mr and Mrs Harry Harton and
Mr and Mrs Paul Winn returned
returnedY
Y from Russellville Saturday
J Mrs Geo Randle and daughters
went to Guthrie Monday to visit
friends
Mr Frank Deckert of the circu
lation department df the Courier
Journal was in the city last Friday
Dr G A Stowe left today on an
a extended trip to Dallas San Antonio
and southwestern pointsI
Mrs S F Holloway her laugh
ter Mildred and Mrs G R Throop
of Tennessee left this morning for
Mineola Texas to spend a month
Mr Cleon Kelly and family will
leave for Vineland N J tomorrow
where they will make their future
homei
Mr and Mrs Henry Rex have re
turned from a visit to their daugh
ter Mrs Lannes Huggins at Allens
Creek Tenn
T R Mason of Hopkinsville Ky
spent several days this week with
euhis sonB B MasonSpringfield
Tenn News
Bentley Rudd with Wallor
Rogers has gone to Clay Webster
1 county to spend his vacation with
relative and friends
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Miss Ida Blumensteil went to
New York City Monday She will
remain two weeks or more acquaint
ing herself with the coming styles in
millinery
millineryMrs
Mrs C H Dietrich left for Cin
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Ircinnati yesterday where he will
be met by her daughter Hiss Ruth
From Cincinnati they will go to
Philadelphia and New York City
Mr and Mrs John IB Trice and
daughter Miss Annie Virginia left
yesterday for Washington City
From there they will go to Asheville
N C to remain several week
Miss Ruth Embry who had been
visiting relatives and friends in the
city and county for several weeks
returned to her home in Dade City
Fla yesterday
Esquire T M Barker was in the
city yesterday shaking hands with
his friends He haS fully recovered
I from his recent illness and yesterday
was the first time he has been here
since January last
Misses Mabel and Bernice Dryer
reached home Friday from Pentwa
ter Mich after a stay of two
weeks Miss Mabel will remain with
her parent Mr and Mrs F R
1 Dryer two weeks before going to
Chicago co S T < a I a
Bears theTo Kmd You Hare AlrrsYsooght
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SignatureCEmping
Jumping on Little River
In A Keach and wife C W Jones
and family Geo Keach and Miss
Stella Smith went to Striped Bridge
this moraing where they will qo in
to camp and spend about ten days
Hunting for Trouble
Ive lived in California 20 years
and am still hunting for trouble in
the way of burns sores wounds boils
thatr
Bucklena Arnica Salve wont cure
writes Charles Walters of Alle
ghany Sterra Co No use hunting
Mr Waitersj jt cures every ease
Guaranteed by R C Hardwieks
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A CHAPTEROFAUCIDENS
OF AGGIOENS
YOUNG PEOPLE HURT
Were Returning From Pem
broke Horse Show When
Horse Ran Away
Among thethrong of visitors at
the Pembroke Horse Show last Fri
day night were Miss Dorothy Adams
and Mr John Ducker of the hard
ware department of the Forbes
Mfg Co A large number of the
I young people of the city drove
through in buggies early in the
evening and after the show was over
they started home nothing occur
ring to mar the pleasure of the visit
until reaching the city
Mr Ducker when reaching the
corner of Ninth and South Campbell
streets as we are informed pulled
the horse attached to the buggy to
the right side of the street to let the
vehicle just behind pass him before
turning into South Campbell to take
Miss Adams to her home Before
he knew what had happened he found
himself thrown on the South side of
Ninth street having been thrown
beyond Miss Adams by the horse
running up on a pile of cinders
and other material deposited on the
side of the street for constructing
the concrete walk along the Latham
homestead
The frightened horse ran down
Ninth street with Miss Adams who
was not unseated holding to the one
line which she had grabbed when
her escort was thrown from the
buggy He ran clear of all obstruc
tions until reaching the telephone
post at the postoffice corner where
Miss Adams jumped out before the
buggy struck the pole By the im
pact of the buggy with the pole the
horse freed himself from the vehicle
and went to Golay Hurts stable
Mr Ducker was picked up and
placed in a surrey that was just be
hind him when the accident oc J
curred He was unconscious for
some time after being carried to the
home of his father Mr C W
Ducker A physician was called
who succeeded in restpring him to
consciousness after considerable
effort Afterwards he relapsed into c
unconscious and remained in that E
condition until just afternoon Satur a
days
Miss Adams sustained several
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Bargains
BargainsGiven
Given at
Clearance
Piano Sale
Now Going On
Investigate
Now Pianos as low as198iOO
R E Quails Music Co
Latham Hotel Bldlng Hopkinsville Lry
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slight injuries Mr Ducker was
I much improved unclay and yester
day morning ho was < able to sit up in
bed for a short times It is hoped
that he will be out ira few days
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DR CLARDY
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Came Near Being Hurt Last
Suilttday
Dr John D Clardy while driving
one of his most gentle and much used
horses at his home near Church Hill
last Sunday came near being the
victim of a serious accident
He was in the buggy alone when
one of the traces broke the shafts of
the buggy dropped to the ground
and the frightened animal bounded
off on a mad run for the stable The
Doctor was jerked out of the buggy
and says the first thing he knew he
was just standing tn his head in
the soft ground His many friends
will be glad to know that he was not
injured in the least He says he was
not scared a little bit as he never
gets scared at anything
Foot Crushed
A driver for one of the city coal
yards had one of his feet badly
mashed yesterday morning While
driving on Sixth street one of the
front wheels of the wagon dropped
off and in getting down from his
seat the driver got one of feet be
tween the singletree and double
tree and it was terribly mangled
No bones were broken but the man
suffered greatly The accident oc
curred near the residence of Dr J
M Dennis who rendered all the
assistance possible
Runaway I
The buggy horse belonging to MrI
Thos W Long got on his metal yes 1
terday morning and made a dash
down South Liberty street Mr
Wharton Crabbr who was driving
is a good hand with the ribbons but
the horse was not stopped until he
reached the Christian church where
Mr Lucian Davis pony fell a few
days before No damage done
To the Public
I have opened up a grocery in the
Cooper building next to the Tobac
co factoryMain street Lafayette
Ky and would be pleased to have
all my old friends call on me My t
tock embraces everything in the t
grocery line and my goods are fresh a
and first class A call will convince i
you that I can save you money by 1
trading with me Country produce a
taken in exchange for goods and e
highest market prices paid for same s
Your patronage is solicited and
will be greatly appreciated 01 k
Yours truly
trulyE B SMITH
QUICK WORK >
Negro who Admits Assault i
ing and Killing Women
Strung Up
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Maple Ky Aug 16Wi ICfif
ford a negro who confessed fat he 0
assaulted Mrs Mary Cowan and f
fthrew
that he had killed another white c
woman a year ago was lynched by 1
a mob here todays
The negro was arrested at Tiptory I
ville Tenn and Constable Burrus e
hid him in a barn bit while a mob
stormed the jail Later he slipped C
away with the prisoner and was
passing through here when mount t
ed posse overtook the Constable i
The dfficer was quickly overpowered j
and the negro was strung up
CASTOR I A a
For Infants and Children
Tho Kind You Have Always Bought
Soars tho
Signature of
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TYPHOID FEVER
Caused Death of Miss Bes
sie Whit
The first death from typhoid fever
in the city occurred last Friday
Miss Bessie White of Herrin Ill
came here somd time since to visit
her sister Mrs Walter East on
ONeal Avenue Soon after she ar
rived she was taken down with ty
phoid fever She was fourteen
years of age Funeral services were
held at the residence of Mr East
Saturday af teffidrqn ijnd the remains
were lad t5 rest in Riverside Ceme
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1 CIRCUS COMING I
Cole Brothers Due Her On
Sept 7
Bob Clements advance agent of
Cole Brbs circus was in town Sat
urday and arranged for a date here
Saturday Sept 7 Mr Clements
has been here several times before
with other shows
HERE AND THERE
Drs Oldham Osteopaths 705 S
Clay St Hopkinsville Ky
Hopkinsville Steam Laundry
stands in a class by itself so say its
agents in Kentucky Tennessee Mis
sissippi and Alabama and then you
get work cheaper than Memphis
Nashville or Evansville
STRAYED OR STOLEN July 22
1907 One Collie bitch 13 months
old color motley blue and white
eyes blue and gray form slender
Name Trixie JJWill give 1500
for return to GEL MIMMS
Trenton Ky
The name tells the storyevery
body knows it ever body likes it
everybody uses itL W Harper
whiskey Sold by W R Long Hop
kinsville Ky
Time to sack grapes Buy your
bags at this office
Grape bags for sale at this office I
The State Sunday
School Convention
This Convention which meets at
ladisonville this month affords the
Sunday school workers of this sec
ion of the state an unusual oppor
unity On Tuesday August 27
and continuing until Thursday even
ng about six hundred workers will
ie in session Marion Lawrence
and Dr Byron Forbush will be pres
nt and deliver addresses Every
hool is entitled to a delegation
Write Dr J E Taylor and let him
now that you are coming
FOXS COLLEGE
YES
NE MONTH FREE
In order to demonstrate that we
get more positions and better
positions for young men and ladies
who ATTEND our College than any
other Institution of the kind does
or its pupils we unhesitatingly take
leasure in allowing those who are
ontemplating securing a Busi
ness Educataion to ENTER our
chool for p period of ONE MONTH
FREE in order to show honest and
energetic boys and girls what we
can do for them
This proposition holds good for
hirty days to those who never stud
ed Bookkeeping Shorthand Teleg
aphy and Typewriting with any ott
er person or Institution by writing
L letter which will meet the approval
of
HAMPTON FOX
leanager of Foxs
Business College
y Phone 272
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New York via Steamship Albanyvup the Hudson
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Toronto On Lake Erie f
Cleveland Cincinnati
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FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS ADDRESS
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Will sell Pianos organs and Sewing Machines at factory riCe
Hardwick
HardwickHas
Has the most complete stock of Drugs inihe city Registered
Pharmacists in charge of Prescription Department c 1
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V Does expert Jewelry Repairing and Fine Watch and Clock
Work And has the greatest assortment of Art Novelties
VV Jewelry Cut Glass Watches Clocks Diamonds and Prerjj t t
Stones Sterling and Silver Plated Hollow and FlatWaref t y1
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COUNT UP
The greatest of men and things m I
were little once The acorn starts 1
the oak drops of water made the
ocean and pennies have started IJ
fortunes There is no limit to the
CJ field of wonders
It Yet daily perhaps you are giv
y
ing your childrenr
sweet things which if instead
were placed in a little bank and
later on deposit at this bank wouldII
Sbe a match wiser plan
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ON YOUR STOCKY
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Nothing like it to put them
In good condition free themt
from insect parasites and pro
tect them from contagious die
cases
KRESO QIPI
KILLS LICE TICKS
MITES AND FLEAS
tares Manet Scab
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