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Hopkinsville Kentuckian. (Hopkinsville, Ky.) 1889-1918, December 31, 1910, Image 2

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312 SOUTH MAIN STREET
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A fwoman at Beaver Falls Pa
found a nugget of gold worth 10
in a chickens craw
I
r Frank Worthing leading man in
Sauce for the Goose played by
I Grace George at Detroit dropped
I dead on the Stage
1 Ii
II L A thief smashed in the window of
ia jewelry store at Tampa Fla in
1a
1 the day time and stole a tray of
iamonds worth 3000 making good
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1 his escape
j escapeNew
New Mexico Rebuked
New Mexico is not 3 et one of us
TJutess there are marked modifica
tiora in the new constitution which
has been adoptedthere is little likeli
i hood of the territory being vested
r with state rights for spme time to
comePresident Taft at thevery outset
decined to accept the constitution
submitted With his blue pencil he
crossed out several sections before
sending it to the proper committee
The committee not only deemed the
changes of the president advisable
j but went further and eliminated
I other provisions
L When congress reassembles in
January the entire constitution will
probably be rejected and the act of
annexation and statehood waived
I tuntil a more suitable constitution is
r grafted In the first place the constitution
al convention which met in Santa Fe
over stopped all sensible limits when
whenII
state line which separates New iMexi
co from Texas The delegates not
only decided to take part of Texas
but they also decided that Texas
should concede El Paso county to
Old Mexico and thereby put an end
to the border dispute Texas1 was
never solicited to cooperate nor was
the opinion of the Texas people ask
ed
1r The delegates were very f positive
1 in the discussion of the matter that
e Texas would be anxious to donate to
i New Mexico one or two counties
I just because the Lone Star state
t possessed so much terriory
Texas is a great state It covers
V + more ground than the entire empire
of Germany but this is no reason
why is should forfeit a county just
to enlarge the acreage of New Mexi
co nor is it a reason why the state
should donate a long strip of land to
Old Mexico just because there is a
question as to the original boundary
i line to be settled
y New Mexico for years has sought
admission as a stare and now she is
standing on the edge of the family
circle but before she will be taken
in she must first adopt a constitu
tion that is acceptable to the other
f states Commercial Appeal
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iH ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY
Frankfort Man Wants Dem
f ocratic Nomination
LrN r
Ay
Frankfort Ky Dec 29Robert
L Greene lone of the best known
lt lawyers of this section of the state
tonight announced his candidacy for
t1the Democratic nomination for Clerk
of the Court of Appeals
Mr Greene was deputy clerk of the
r
r highest court for twenty years and
is thropghly far lllor with the dut
a ies qf tleh pffice Dprgg the time he
WMS ejJR aged an the Ci rkys office he
L knew reveryUawyer in Kentucky and
1yeas relied upon by those who had
practiced before the Court of Ap
peals
pealsMr Greene twice made the race for
the nomination for Clerk but was
1 defeated each time He surved un
der Sam J Shackelford as the deputy
clerk He has always been a demo
crat and he has a large num ar of
tIain the state who trill rally to
I ni supportt
> supportMy She
c d T4tI JIm
My 1 fakliMmf >
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Terrible Train ot Troubles
Lake Charles L1Mrs E FoUf
nier 516 Kirby street says The
month before I took Cardui I could
hardly walk I had backache head
in legs chills faintin
ache pain my chills1fainting
spells sick stomach draggf ng feelIngs
ings and no patience or courage
Since taking Cardui I have no more
pains can walk as far aa I want to
and feel good all the time Take
Cardui and be benefited by the pe
culiar herb ingredients which have
been found BO efficient for womanly
ills Cardui will relieve that back
ache headache and all the misery
from which you suffer just as it has
done for others Try Cardui
CORNSTALK PAPER
Experiments of Agricultural
Department Successful
The day of paper made from corn
stalks has come the experiments of
the Department of Agriculture hav
ing proved the process can be made
a commercial proposition For some
time these experiments have been
under way says the Progress Maga
zine and now the department is
utilizing some of the cornstalk paper
for its correspondance and operates
a mill which turns out the new
paper of a highgrade by the hun
dred pound lot The experts of Uncle
Sam says that a small commercial
mill can be kept busy through the
entire year by the stalks from the
cornfields within a radius of eight to
ten miles
Perhaps it will not be many years
before the farmer will look upon has
stalks as the most valuable part of
his corn crop If he can realize but
half a cent a pound he will get more
fpr them than for his corn at CO cts
a bushel The problem of making
cheaper paper to complete with the
wood pulp article used for printing
new apershas not been solved yet
though the investigators are hopeful
What this will will mean can readily
berealized when it is stated that
about 35000000 worth of raw material
terial wood pulp is used annually
in the papermaking business in this
country That means a great many
trees cut dovvij Tb eatalks are press
ed until the Juice aivery rich stock
food is extracted then shredded
and dried Intbjsfqrm they will
keep sweet a years injuring a steady
operation of the pApyei imill Only
twothirds of the fiberijis utilized for
print paper the remainin making
a port of parchment water tight fop
awhile but not absorbing lnk
Times J
TimesBIG BANK ACCOUNT 1
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Girl Held In St Louis On
Charge of Stealing
St Louis Mo Dec 29Lilly Mc
Dowell in jail here on the charge of
stealing 6000 worth of jewelry
from H Coteau Dyer an attorney
while acting as a servant in his home
has 12000 on deposit in the Pitts
burg Pa Bank for Savings accord
ing to information in Dyers posses
sign Dyer has attached the bank
account and it is reported Ira J
Mix of Chicago on whose informa
tion the girl was arrested here last
Saturday also has filed an attach
ment
Local detectives are making coun
trywide inquiry to learn whether
the girl has other bank accounts
The value of the jewelry she is accus
ed of stealing from different homes
in which she was employed is stated
by the local police to be at least
75000
They say all whiskey is good whis
key only some ja better than others
Some means Harper the
others are aleoransCall for
Harper at
WR LONGS
Hopkinsville Ky
PREFERRED UOCALS
J B Fisher The Tinner
Shop on Seventh street over Met
calfes laundry
50000
To loan on firstclass real estate se
curity The TS KNIGHT CO
Last Call Fair Warning
All property on which the 1910 tax
has not been paid will be advertised
for sale the first week in January
according to lawLOW
LOW JOHNSON
Sheriff Christian County
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tY1ndoJft COCk if
heeef erpuj11aArAgte
1 CtlA doourw b n Iny One Y
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A J A oil
II T A Cash Offer
I The Kentuckian has made a special r
clubbing rate with The Memphis
Weekly Commercial Appeal by
which we will furnish both papers B
for one year for the very low sub of
scription price of 225 The Com on
mercial Appeal is one of the largest
and best papers in the South and 1
we hope to receive many new sub 2
scriptions on this offer 2 25 cash S
3
for both papers 4
Farmers Almanac Eor 1911 5 e
The First National Bank has a 6
special edition of this popular alma 7
nac In addition to the usual varied tl
and useful information it contains 8
Kentucky game laws and other matF
<
ter of local interest They are distributing
9
tributing them free to first callers ed
especially to farmers They also h
have their usual business calendar
for the new year for general distrib
ution 10
utlonFOR in
FOR SALES Carpenters tools 11
Apply to Saxe McCormick d tl
y 12
Is S Knight Co
is
Real Estate Loans t
and Insurance Office 13
South side Court 14 c
sq uarei 15
squareFlee > i CI
Five PercentO 16
Farm Loans I
A special representative of the
largest loan company in the United S
States will be at the office of JOHN ll
T EDMUNDS ITORNEYevery n
FIRST AND THIRD MONDAY and ti
will make LOANS ON GOOD FARM bl
LAND in Christian and adjoining
counties AT FIVE PER CENT If
you desire a loan either call or ad me
dress a letter to SPECIAL LOAN n
DAGENT
ville K
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Fares Season 19101911c
IThe Illinois Central will sell round c
trip tickets to points in the States of
Kentucky I Louisana Mississippi =
Tennessee Alabama Arkansas Hel
ena only Illinois Cairo only Indiana
Evansville olds at reduced fares ac
count Holiday season B
DATES OF SALE Dec 15 16 17 21 t
2 23 24 25 and 31 1910 and Jant
of
1 1911
CE
RETURN LIMIT Tickets good return
ing to reach original starting point 1
Jan 8th 1911 2
For further information call on S
Agent Illinois Central Railroad 3
v T L MORROW Agt 5 4
e
Homeseekers 6
S
Excursion fares to points in Cobra 7
do Idaho Kansas Michigan Mis tf
our Montana Nebraska Nevada 8
tJtahJ North Dakota South Dakota
Wisconsin Arizona Texas Oklahp 9
ma Arkansas Louisiana Mexico ed
New Mexico Wyoming The Illinois h
Central will sell roundtrip home
seekers excuraon tickets to points in
the above named states every first 1
and 3rd Tuesday at very reasonably in
reduced rates For further informa 11
tion call on write or phone ticket t
agent Illinois Central Cumb 452 1
T L Morrow Agent J
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SHIRLEY
SUSPENDERS PRESIDENT
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The kind that mOlt men wear Notice lie
cord back and the front ends They wide
in frictionlets tube and move M you move
You will quickly see why Shirley Presi
dent Suspenders arc comfortable and eco
nomical for the working man or bu + new
man
manExtra Medium or Tall Heavy WeieLH
Extra Length for Tall MeIl
Price 50 Coats from yourdealer
of bS mail from the factory
Signed frvaattf oa r eq pak
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Report of the condition of the
Farmers hd Merchants
Bank
Bank doing business at town ofof
PembrokeCounty ChristianState on
Kentucky at the close of business
tho 15th day of December 1910
RESOURCES 1
Loans and Discounts 108607 89 2
U S and other Bonds > 3
3Stocks
Due from Banks 256919 1 2
Actual cash on hand 5558 62 5
Checks cash items and fi
6
6exchange
Overdrafts Secured
none Unsecured 4714 46 4714 46
Current expenses and 47144617
taxes paid 310956
Real Estate 23350 00 8
IFurniture
450000 Totn127850O0 9
Other Assets not includ
under any of the above
heads 62334
Total 15395657
LIABILITIES
10
x
Capital Stock paid in
incash4000000 11
Surplus8000 00 Un
divided profits none To
tal 8000 001t
12
Deposits on which in
terest is paid 2279 94
Deposits on which interest
not paid 64882 31 To
tal 8767525
iai deposits 8767525r
Cashiers checks out
standing 525 Certified
checks none Total 525
14
Due to Banks r 49691If
15
Notes and Bills redis 1
counted 305748 Bills
payable 12500 00 Total 1555748 16
Other liabilities not in
cluded under any of the
above heads 2231 68
Total1539 b7
State of Kentucky County of Chris t
tian set
tiansctI
I J W Crosscashier of the aboveal
al
named Bank do solemnly swear thats
the above statement is true to thetr
tr
best of my knowledge and beliefar
arJ
Subscribed and sworn to before
by J W Cross this 24th day of
Dec 1910 me
John H Pendleton Notary Public of
My Commission expires Feb 11
1914
CrutchfieldCorrect 1t
Correct Attest < W H JonesC
T D Jam son u
I JamsonDirectors
i
Report of the condition of the
Bank of Pembroke
Bank doing business on Main street
town of Pembroke County of Chris
tian State of Kentucky at the close
business on the 15th day of De
cember 1910
RESOURCES I
Loans and Discounts 72590 19
US and other Bonds
Stocks and Securities
Due from Banks ° 2617 79
Actual Cash on hand 2890 47
Checks cash items and
exchange for clearing 985 18
Overdrafts Secured
00 Unsecured 134 82 134 82
Current expenses and
taxes paid 191966
Real Estate5000 FUM
niture and Fixtures 1500t
Total 650000
Other Assets not includ
edimder any of the above
heads 4
Total > 4 87638 11
i LIABILITIES
N
LO Capital Stigck paid in
cash ft ivt 20000 00
Surplus 4000 > Undf9L
vided profits 331094Mfn o
tel
12 Deposits on which in > f
terest is paid 13930 69
Deposits on which interest
is not paid 32 59027 To
tal Deposits 46520 96
13 Cashiers checks out f
fstandmg
checks 00 Total 1IY
14 Due to Banks 3062 l
15 Notes and Bills redis
counted 00 Bills payable
13500 Total 13500 00
16 Other liabilities not in
cluded under any of the
above heads
Total 87638 11
State of Kentucky County of Chris
tian set
tiansctI
I Douglas Graham Cashier of the
above named Bank do solemnly
swear that the above statement is
true to the best of my knowledge
and belief
CashierSubsctlbed
Subscribed and sworn tq beftire i ms
by Douglas Graham this 24 day oJ
Dec 1910 fl I
My Commission expires Feb 14fv
John 1914 H Pendleton Notary PubHbV
M Li Levy 1S
Correct Attest > 0 E L8 nJ
LayngJno J
Jno P Garnett W
GarnettDirector
Director elAND
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Report of the Condition of the
BANK OF CROFtON
Bankdoing sines9 at the tlWQif
Crofton County of Christian State
Kentucky at the close of business
the 15th day of December 1910
RESOUR ESI
Loans and Discounts58 289 99
US and other Bonds
Stock and Securities 25 625 00
Due from Banks4 42099061
Actual Cash on hand 6 77226 F
Checks cash items and
exchange for clearing
Overdrafts Secured
None Un s e cured J
7849 f 7f 49I
Current expenses and
taxes paid
Real Estate 200000
Furniture and Fixtures
100000 TotaL 300000
Other Assets not in
eluded under any of the
above heads
Total 13586480 I
LIABILITIES
Capital Stock paid in
in cash 1500000
Surplus 7 500 00 Un
divided profits 1 890 00
Total 939000j
Deposits on which in j
terest is paid39 509 inI
Deposits on which inter
est is not paid 71965
30 Total DefJosits111 474 80
Cashiers checks out
standing None Certi
fied checks None Total
Due to Banks
Notes and Bills redis
counted Bills
liabilities Total
Other liabilities not in
cluded under any of the
above heads
Total 135 864 80
State of Kentucky l set
County of Christian r sclt
1 J Y Crabtree Cashier of the
above named Bank do solemnly
swear that the above statement is
true to the best of my knowledge
beliefJ
J Y CRABTREE Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to before
by J Y Crabtree this 24th day 1
December 1910
W E KEITH
Notary Public
My Commission expires Jan 31st
1912Correct
Correct Attest I
A B CROFT f
OA WEST
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R W TROTTER
TROTTERDirectors
Directors
Broken
Teeth
Repaired while you
wait This is news to
the artificial teeth
wearers but neverthe
less true We have in
stalled upto date den
tal appliances which
enables us to have your
work done the same
day you bring it
Painless Extracting
25 CENTS
Open Nights Both Phones
Open Sundays Until 12 Oclock
DR FEIRSTEINS
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Veterinary Physician Sur bon
0f find HoiplUI Cor 8th and Clajf
Both Phones
Dr R F McDaniei
Practice LtmlUil to ttmie ol
Eye Farr Nose and Throat
OfflHln Summers Building Near CwriWwiM
PHONE81 Cumboitorit OlflceHunJ
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ft 0 HESTEB J B ALLENSWORTB
Hester Allensworth
AttornoysatLaw
Office Hopper Buildingt
IUp Stairs Front Court House I
Phones Hopklnsvllle Ky <
C H e TANDY
DENTIST
IOffiCQ over First National Bank
HOPKINSVILLE KY
DR EDWARDS
SPECIALTY
Eye Ear Nose and Throat
Free Test Made for Glasses
up StatrsPho lx Building Main at
HOTEL LATHAM
BARBER SHOP
FINE BATH ROOMS
1F ur First Class Artists
FRANK BOYD Propr
DR T W PERKINS
OFFIQEf
Hopper Building formerly occupied
by Dr f W Blakey Both Phones
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French Lick and West Baden
Springs Ind
Now reached by direct line of tbs
Southern Railway
Leave Evansville 745 om 150 pm 600 pm
i Rockport 730 am
H Cannelton 715 am 1
let
etTell City 725 am f
etTroy 735 am J
Arrive French Lick 1025 am 450 pm 005 pm
Arrive Welt Baden 1020 am 455 pm 910 pm
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Evansville to French Lick 316
etto West Baden 320
Rockport to French Lick 252
to West Baden 256
Cannelton to French Lick 272
to West Baden 276 I
Tell City to French Lick 260r
I I to West Baden 264 r
Troy to French Lick 244
to West Baden 248I
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