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The Kentuckian
Published Every Other Day
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MOKNINGSSBY
GMAS MMEACHAM
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Retired at lho Hopklnaville PmbXHcc uaj Second
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The Weather
tWit KENTUCKY Pair Sat ur
day Not much change in tempera
tare
George Landrum of the Livings
ton Banner is boosting Ollie James
for President of the United States
The Yale football team clear adins
30QOO on the seasons receipts ofnot
8o6oo
Col John Whallen and his brother
won 17000 on the Louisville election j
tion and dozens of other Democrats
won from 1000 to 5000
Walter Wellman cf busted air
ship fame has lined up with Pear y
in the polar controversy It will Ittthe
remembered that Wellmnn failed to c
reach the Pole
Mayor W F Spooner of Valple
raisu Ind celebrated his election e
d
by buy log 3000 pounds of candy and 1
distributing a pound package to
every school child in the city r
S L Shank Republican cityI of
Indianapolis may Ipse his office on 7
account of promising offices to set
cure his election The grand jury
is iiiv6stigfltingthe charges that heS
used future appoiitments to obtain at
support which under the Indiana
statutes is w species of bribery J
to
Following close upon the decision
placing the Burley Pool in the hands Q
of U receiver suit has been filed inat
at
the circuit court at Ekton by Ben S
Street against the Dark Tobacco M
Growers Protective Association for
261095 John D Scales treasurer ney
of the association the Bank of Guth
fie and the Fanrers and Merchants R
Bank of Guthrie the association dene
post lories are also made defendants
and on attachment is asked of the VV
fuwte it being alleged that the as toi
oocintiori has no property of this i
state subject to execution and that
its fttfaira are being mismanaged and Ch
its Resets squandered The court is we
nekofJ to appoint a receiver
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Victors In Districts
Judicial ney
Frankfort Ky Nov 25TheI
State Election Commission has com D
pete its compilation of election re ney
turns from the circuit court districtsr
Of the State and from the First rail w
road commission district and they toj
ithovb the following winners
Al
First DistrictCircuit judge R JAI
Bugg commonwealths attorney Rat
F Smith
SmithSecond ju
Second District Circuit JU d geWt
Wfc
W M > Reed commonwealths attor
ney John T LovellDEi
Third District Circuit judge JaLl
T tlanI ery commonwealths attor
ney P Smith ju
Fourth DistrictCircuit judge J w <
F Gordon commonwealths attor
aev John L Grayot j
Filth District circuit judge J to
W Henson commonwealths attor
ney D V Dixon M
Sixth DistrictCircuit judge T nE
F Birkhead commonwealths attor
ney Ben D Ringo Jl
Seventh DistrictCircuit judge 31
W R Sandidge commonwealths atj
torney J R Malloryl
Eighth District Circuit judge W
McKenzie Moss commonwealths attorney
J
torney John H Gilliam
Ninth DistrictCircuit judge
Weed S Chelf commonwealths at
Deafness Cannot be Cured
I y local applications as they cannot reach the
dLsarad ttlon IX tile earl Tneru to only ooe
way to cure deafnes and that Is by tomtit V
tlonjJ remedies Dcalncss U causetl by an la t
Dined condltioa of the mucous lining J
UIQ JIuotACblau Tube When this tube Is
Inflamed you have 1 rumbling sound or D
mpcdtct baring and when it U n l
Ucely dosed Dcafnojs Is the result and
owa the Inaammatlon can be taken out arJ
tola tube reatnred to iw normal condition hear J
IJJ wiU be deairoyed forever Nino cases out 01 j
fen are caused by Catarrh which Is nothing but
an Inflamed condition of this Biuivm 8tirac
Wo will give One Hundred Dolars far any L
case of Do fuess caused by Ca n rh that pan u
tot JK cured by lIaUs OUarrn Cure Send for
tlrcuiAra tree
l11 CIIENEY CO IT p Toledo O
Hold l > v DruBlatt prlcotoi
rat Halls Family Itlla f 1 n11ptJoa 73
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I As JII otU re Ito DhAls N o 1 st4 +
EVERYBODYS for December
1presents a cover design from photo
graphs of snow flakes And the ed
Csstead
Masterpieces A little explanation
on the back of the frontispiece tells
as in a lesson to children how the
workwas done but only the Master
of all things could solve for us the
mystery of these rare and wonder
fully exact works of art in min 111ing
ture The Magazine proper begins wit t
an article Why by Elizab ethmap
Robins the famous English writer >
ruThe editors have asked this conser
vative woman why her British sis
ters throw stones and mob cabinet
rJminiters and the answer is a terI
lesrible catalogue of the wrongs and
sufferings of our transatlantic cousI
s1mg
ins female It seems that there are
not enough men in England to give
all the women husband yet there
is danger of a law to prevent these i J
Iei
erleftover from doing certain kinds
of work in which hundreds of thous j
I thousd I l1
isands of them are now engageI
It is to be hoped that when genial J
St Nick reaches the home of th ej lC
reader on Christmas eve his pack Sly
will he as full of good things as is ti
the December LIPPINCOTTSit in
couldnt very well be any fuller In w
the first place there is an entrant j br
ing complete novela sea yarn of
entitled Grimes Takes Command
by Henry C Rowland author of ft
Sea Scamps The Womiereia la
and other bigselling saltair books Cr
The plot is based on the experiences Ci
oCfour good looking girls who find and
1torney J R Lay man
Tenth DistrictCircuit judge
judgee
Samuel E Jones commonwealths
attorney Frank E Daugherty
Eleventh DistrictCircuit judge
H Thurman commonwealths atpa
torney C S HIlire
Twelfth DistrictCircuit judge
Charles Manhall commonwealths
ThI
attorney Charles H Sanford iI
Thirteenth District Circuit judge Ii coj
COIM
otterrSO
SOr
Charles H Hardin IG
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Fourteenth DistCircuit judge Co
L Stout commonwealths attor A
y R B Franklin j of
Fifteenth DistCircuit judge Jpli
Cammack commonwealths at small
atIsm
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torney E E Winn j
Sixteenth DistNot passed on res
Seveteenlh Dish Circuit judge and
Charles VV Yunubluth common fj
wealths attorney WmA Burkamp go
goEghteenth
P Fryer commonwealths attor afct
y James C Dedmanth
the
Nineteenth DistCircvit judge Ce
Newell commonwealths attor says
y M J Hennessey
time
twentieth Dist Circuit judgeI
with
WIW
Tne
torney J B Wilhoit
Twenty first DistCircuit judge wll
Allie W Young commonwealths pr
attorney VV B commonwealthsI Wl
Twentysecond > DIstrictCircuit j or
judge Watts Parker cuininuu by
wealths attor tey Juhn R Alien
Twentythird Dist Circuit judge gh
David B Redwine commonwealths ei
attorney Thomas C OnWealth51 IThe
Twentyfourth DistrictCircuit Mi
judge Andrew J Kirk common Ms
wealths attorney John F Butler of
Twentyfifth DistCircuit judge bu
M Benton commonwealtha at
torney B A Crutcher atM
Twentysixth Dist Circuit judge
J Moss commonwealths attor V
ney J B Snyder
Twenty seventh District Circuit
judge Wm Lewis commonwealths
attorney J C Cloydrn
Twentyeighth District Circuit j hi
judge B J Beihunttn common y <
wealths attorney M L commonI of
Twenty ninth DistCircuit judge I ir
JD Darter commonwealths uttor I n
ney A A Huddleston of
Thirtieth DistrictReturns for f
circuit judge not certified to ns the iF
law provides that when one county c
composes a district the election com is
missioriers of that county may can ia
vass the vote Commonwealths a t t
torney Jos A Huffaker at1 1
Thirty first Dibt Circuit judge t
W Gordon commons ealthe atL1
lame W H May JB
Thirty second Dist Circuit judge m
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B Hannah commonwealths at r
torney John M Waugh k
Thirty third Dist Circuit judge r
D Lewis commonwealths at v
tornuy Ira FneldI
RAIIIOAD COMMISSIONER
IFir t I1riot Lt w rw n I J
73883 J hi P Howell 55554
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it necessary to take ship for Buenos
Ayres As a result they encounter
various dangers > nOk ynd ashore
from most of which thjy are re = cOon
ed by Mr Abram Gfttriea of Tex uoI
who in his own wordf te a dngg JUt
ed goal preventer1
l t im i i II
theThe WIDE WOULD for Dec em
her provides an arilQunt of interest
ing and instructive geographical inII
formation which is romarkable A
glance at the very original contents
map shows that the sebHea undnr
tides have been gathed from all
eCquarters of the globe Centrals
Africa India South Dakota A usl
ettralia Calafornia Matabeleland
South Africa New Mexico and
Idany other places provide interest
ing stories of adventures accounts
of strange customs and exciting
veevents The WIDE WORLD should
be in the hands of every growing
seyouth in the country for it will
willIe
distant lands where circumstances
may one day place him
The Christmas McCLURES is an
ideal Holiday numberfilled wi has
seasonable fiction beautiful illustra
tions and interesting and inform
ing articles Jessie Wilcox SmithI
whose pictures of child life have
become famous contributes a set
drawings depicting A Childs
World which are reproduced in S
full color The number is partica
larly rich in fiction There are
Christmas stories by Mary Stewart
Cutting Gertrude Hall Margaret i
Arthur E McFarlane
Here and There
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HARDWICK JEWELER
Midshipman Wilson of Covington
paralyzed in a ball game six weeks s
is now said to be on the road to
recovery
Hickman had a 100000 fire on
Thanksgiving Day
IiTHE DErREVILLERESIDENCE
corner of Clay and 18th Streets was
SOLD FOR CASH Saturday to f
Sallee by Walter F Garnett
Financial and Insurance AgentsI
few High Grade Securities free
tax for sale Particulars oo ap
plication It is quick sales and 2
all profits with Garnett Co
CeiI
Jean Audley the female tamp has
reached Fulton county witbher dogs
ponies
There were 531 weddings in Chica
Thanksgiving day
Within the past six weeks three
attempts have been made to burn
Cadiz Graded School building
the Record Sunday night the
fire was discovered just in
Rubbish had been saturated 7
withoil and set en fire in one room
insurance has been canceled
Weakened systems need a mature
wholesome mellow liquor Chats
precisely what the 1 W HARPER
HARPERWhiskey
Whiskey is Perfect as a beverage
medicine Absolutely pure Sold
Soldby de
The Fulton Cotnmerical has been on
given a turnip Si inches in circum
ference
The Mayfield Messenger says that s
Milton Travis an old gentleman of i
Marshall county seventy five years
age left last week in a one yearsI
buggy for Texas
MRS ACENATB FRUIT
Venerable Mother of Dr E f
N Fruits Passes Away
Mrs cenath Fruit the venerable
mother of Dr E N Fruit died at the
home of her son un Virginia street
yesterday morning in the 81st year
yeari
infirmities of age after a weeks ill
ness Mrs Fruit was the widow I
the late J G Fruit and was be
fore her marriage Miss Lloyd of
Pembroke She was a native of this
county Besides the son with whom
she marie her home she leaves two
other children bliss Annie Fruit of
this city and Prof J P Fruit of
Liberty Mo If the latter arrives in
lime thu burial will be this
afternoon at Pembroke after a bri 3faUy
service at the residence at 130 pI I
Oherwiso the burial will be toI
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morrow This was not definitely
known yesterday Mrs Fruit was a
menVer of the Baptist Church and
wad a devout Christian woman
Mixture of Ancient and Modern
Austrian boomerangs and nolsoloaa
guns are both now SOlD in tho same
Now York shop window
It3he I I
IrC iurchers I
t iJ
> Methodist Church
Rev Geo II Means pastor
Morning subject TlSe Parting of
the Ways
Sin Evening subject The Nature IfF
I r
Sundayist
inS11dny Will be Worlds Temper
anise Day at the Sunday schools and
ltsthere will he special services at the
irMuthudist Sunday school to which
everybody is invited
IFirst Presbyterian Church
Usual services Sunday
Sunday School 930 a mst
Morning service 11 oclock
Christian Endeavor 615 pm
Evening service 700
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 700
A cordial welcome to all these ser
illvices
Edward H Bull Pastor
9th St Christian Church
Services wijl be held tomorrow
followsth
followsBible
thBible School at 980 a ni
The Lords Supper and Preaching
at 1045 am
Preaching and Song Service at
700 p m
All are cordially invitedj to these
services
GREAT MISSIONARY DAY
At Ninth Street Christian n
Church Dec 2 All Day
PROGRAM
1000 a m to 1200 p m fl
1 Opening address by Secretary
Stephen J Corey of Cincinnati
2 Twentyfive Years in India
M Dv Adams Bilaspur India
e
3 The Program of ChlistH
H Moore Earlington Kyf
4 Excuses fr not Supporting f
Foreign Missionsby Geo PH
Street H
Street Elkton Ky
5 Our Position Necessarily Mis f
sionaryJ S Hawkins Cadis it
6 The Gospel Conquest of Japanh
F E Hagfo Tokyo JapantI
7 Study of the fields and work tc
with maps and charts y
2flU p m to 9 pm W
to Exhibition off strange curios i 61
from heathen landsS J Corey t
2 India and its PeopleM Dj
Adams India ts
3V Institute Hour Conference onIte
Missionary week and methods dt
Question Box conducted by the iW
missionaries and Secretary J S m
Corey
4 Missionary Experiences in Ja gr
panFred E h agin Japansp
730p m to 900 p m Mr
A trip around the world with ster gi
eopticpn and moving picture
views by FE Hagin or tephvi
en J Corey Silver offering N
Succena
gidoing
doing big things now and then but E
doing little things well
of
te
ing
a
ty
Extracting Teeth
TeethWithout
Without Pun t
fAching loose diseased or broken
fteeth should be removed Many
1times their presence is a menace to
IShealth Many people are continu
ally taking medicine for dyspepsia
and kindred ills when in reality the
decllyedy
and broken down t thond when
th se are extracted by our painless
process the cause of the dyspepsia 1
and nthtr troubles disappear
OR FIERS fErNS
Louisville Dental Parl r a
Born PHONES HOPKINSYILLE Kt
WANTS HER
LETTER
PUBLISHED
ofFor Benefit of Women who
Suffer from Female Ills
greatr
sufferer from female troubles which
caused a weakness
and broken down
I condition of the
1 system I read BO
mucliofwhatLydia
E Pinkhams veg
etable Compound
had done for other
suffering women I
felt sure it would
help mo andI must
say it did help me
wonderfully My
pains all loft mo T
grew stronger and within three months
I was a perfectly well woman
womanI public to
show the benefit women may derive
rfrom Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable
Compound Mrs JOHN G MOLDAN
2115 Second St North Minneapolis
Minn
MinnThousands
Thousands of unsolicited and genu
ine testimonials like the above prove
the efficiency of Lydia E Pinkhams
wVegetable Compound which is made
exclusively from roots and herbs
Women who suffer from thoso dis
tressing ills peculiar to their sex should
not lose sight of those facts or doubt
tho ability of Lydia E Pinkhams
Vegetable Compound to restore their
healthIf
If you want special advice write
to Mrs Pinklmui at Lynn Mass
Sliowilltreatyotirlctterasstrictly
confidential For 20 years site I
has been helping1 sic women in
this way free of charge Dont
hesrfftttte write at once
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Personal Gossip
Mrs Wallace R Wood and child
ren of Elkton are visiting the fam
ily of Mr M H McGrew and other
relatives
Prof A G Hall of Nashville
passed through the city Thursday
CadtixI
Ernest J Murphy left Wednesday
for San Francisco from whence he
will sail for the Philippine Inlands
He was accompanied far as Kan
sas City by his mother who will Cis
relatives there Prof Mutrphy
has been in the Philippines for
three yeara ut spent the past sum f
mer at home Pembroke Journal 1
Walter Wharton and his sister
iMiss Beltie Wharton huve returned
tfron Ordway Coloand will live 6n
their farm near Cadiz
Miss Virginia Williamson who fa
teaching in the high school at TuBa
ttoma Tenn is here for a few
dttyn visit to her sister Miss Emily
EmilyiWilliatisun
Williamson and aunt Miss Nettie
EQweUMIS
MIS Naomi Mitchell came down
from Hopkinsvillti last week and
spent two days with her parents
n asd Mrs Joe Mitchell near
Bethel Cadiz Record I
Misa Mattie Hodgson of Clanks I
ville is the guest of her sister Mrs j
Noriaan Mellon
Misa Lucile Ellis has gone to Vir
ginia to visit her sister Miss Maggie
Bilis who is a memberof the faculty
Randolph Macon college
Miss Marietta Merritt who is t
teaching at Madisouville came
home Wednesday afternoon to bpend
Thanksgiving with her mother and
will not return until tomorrow I
Misa Nannia Major who ia teaching
g at Sebree spent Thanksgiving
with her parents near the city
Judge M M Grains
uts of Trenton 1
was here yesterday
I P Gerhartofi i1lyrks ale spent
yesterday with Mif John S Bryan
who is ill
Mrs Jas B Wood is entertaining
house party this week at her coun
home Tne young Udies present
are Misses Mary Lm and Amanda
Akin of Princfiou Misses Carrio
Akin Helen Roper + nd Miss Melton
of this city Miss Roseoud Wood
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Stranger 111
Edward Powell of Marion N CI
a member of the railroad construe 1
tion crew at work on tabs L N
near this city is seriously ill with
typhoid fever He haa been re
noved from the camp to the real
deuce of Dr H It Dickmnpn where
he is being cared for Pembroke
J > urnal j
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Aged Undertaker Dead
sw G Mjllen I rrobahlyhe oldest
undertakers J Westernkentucky
kentuckywas
was fund dead It bed esterdal
mor Iuf at his hum ui Ejitun He
tta w i vT I
hidd
death 1
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every body should know is that
our service methods and care Iii
for your comfort makes this
store particularly inviting for
your trade I
tradeAH Our I
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satisJII
I faction here than is usua1Wl
1Trade here and you will know j
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AndersonFowlerDrug II
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Two Stores Incorporated II
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THINKIT
IT OVER t
That Christmas Present
you were going to buy
Where will you get t2
A moments thought will convince
you that if you Come here it will
not be necessary for you to look
furtherno need to Shop all
over town I
We have Holiday Goods suited to
all perSi nsand all Purses
Cook Higgins
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3Convenient Stores3
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WHAT FOOLS I
THESE I
I MORTALS BE
Without any apology to Punk
we apply the expression direct
ly to those people who con
stantly neglect their eyeswho
need glasses and who still do
not wear them
lilt this means you we hope it
will cause you to think of IL I
D Kelly the graduate opti
cian one who has made aspecial I
practice of examining the eyes
and the fitting of glasses for
the last 30 years So come at
once and save your eyes atI I
M D KELLY II
Tha Old Sellable Jeweler
JewelerII
and Optician
Main St Opp Court House i
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At Highest Mar
ket Peese
Wool s furnished
Free on a plication
See pSone or write
for prices before you
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Produce Co
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