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kath! pular Policaman Soften A
?rapher, has enie
lention with a,3f;viei
enlarging ana re
laphs that supph'e
long been felt by
here for 18 years!
half of that time
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FaxrMiiill of life.
tfyVglory by britttatffas MeJft
fultp America, JWK.ttMiit
:ity, just 30
Bowie3 has beelrt in j busi-
en at I
Ik on the machine h&halat last
I'ected and paten td.1 m caveat
Teeming all dWa hag W n filed j
Id hp is now pjawnrf t WBjfes on
market. It- InsHMHlii
hpkinsville ad eistsTlalfai or
In box in SMni-drtiirl shapof
out 18 inches high ftfs paiated
liito inside and is iequppcd, with
iur ejeciric.ngns Duma, ine oniy
lammr ia directlv in th 'front and
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is is fixed so that fslidts may be i
bed into the grooves tlut aire pre-J
firstintentionjUvasto use it irJ
uig pictures iuijq uuuuiuu u
tpose it has befen toatid use
variety of wojv In all thi.
re it can bel u sed one p j
$ uatures auout lrr-w. tflatil
It can BeMgicurei
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to UFe in Jtlie noi
f the world's mof Maf tod
til aviators, flew er New Or-
but to met dean riding the
i at toe wioa b
n mile above th
iutiii wmdefliig machine,
riot Monoplana im
i and he was thfin rfrom th
Moisant descrma wrim curve
ugh the air, and "id first, like
iver. snot down iJdintr on h)
k and head. ' tiis ijk was brpk-
flung them dowl
crashed out hiH
He fell d"htl
which he had rj
before with a K
pierce the zenith
records and. soar.
otner man darca k i
On Monday last,
world's, altitude '
to a hejfrhtbf 11, 'J
l,m i eep.greater thl
record. This featwl
record and wlien ho
field after nearly till
sence he was carril
graodetand on thosfl
Iloxsey came into n;
neoee at st. Louis l
when ne took, up fori
who was then visiting!
The Board o-Cd:il. ' Haa" paE3ed
fae following ordijce
That it shaiL-bf.ikwful fcr any
bne tawn, use Qgg.- for him
If or for any peBi, company
le city of
lit hcts first
all be used
ute a- sepa-
ihance shall 1
ce from and
rresiaent. G C. Uosntl
Kitty league on Wednesc
a call for a meeting of the!
of.theK. I.. T, kague tcl
in t-J city January 8. Thl
wjll, be forthd reorganlzati
leagu 'for the, coming seascl
Rpresenative3 from Hel
boro, Paducah and Cla'rksvill
be present. It is also uni3!
that .Cairo will seek a berth
league next, year and an inv
was, extended to Guy Eicheric
of. Cairo, owner of th Cairo cl
the days when that city was in
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Policeman Joa. R. Wolfe suffered
ttm fracture of Ms Hght ankle in
alighting from a train at the I. C.
"Y" Saturday afternoon about four
A large number of people were
leaving the city on the train, and
Mr. Wolfe got ontne tram accord
ing-toa custom of the poHeetnen
to' ride down to the "Y" to se that
no disorder occurred among the exj
ciirsionfsf3.W.hn IHe traiinslowiSrup j
hd alighted and aa he jumped to the
round his ankle turned and both
ones snapped. He did not fall, but
ailed to Pome railroad men on a
ftndcar that he 'was hurt awl, they
r.ought him back, to town and he
as taken in a carriage to hia. home
n Brown street.
Dr. F. P. Thema set the broken
tmb and no bad results are expected,
scept that the offifer Will be laid
for at least tv?o months.
Policeman Wolfe was elected to
force one year ago and his Ber
a has"b6en excellent snd altpgefh
prrseworthy.. He Waas assigned
night duty for theyear 1911. Be
liwn serving Kt'njghfi during
:ember and -was hot working in
own time When hurt but had
a qown town cany ana voiun
id to assist the day force in
jling the'big crdwd in the city.
carried a small aeeidfttt policy,
k will bf? of some pecuniary ad
ge while he is disabled.
Flabfrty Badly. W.mi-
,by Diacharge of His
' stmty line of LarHee' and Genta' Nkwar,
'rjgtim, Btndktrthtefc tiMt Obvcn, Draaser
Soarfa, IWete, Band Bagi, Soil Cases, Fore,
Men'a and Children's Coata, Drug-
gats, Carpets Bugft, Linoleum and Mattir.
And lots of other nice things for Chriatmas.
STORE OPEN, TO-NIGHT.
Main Street, 0 HopkineviHe, Ky.
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At Tke yirat Baptist Churl
Sunday the annual roll call servic
was held at the Baptist church an
in .spite o the raipy Weather a larg
propiortfon of the 800 merflbers w.erJ
present and answered to their names.
When their names were called
ome rose ard ,s0oke a few words.
ra gaiWhmiotations from"' the
re sang a veroe or
on in the morning,
ng taken up with
Flaherty, a young grocer oh,
inth street, was patally in-
Iwhile hunting Friday. He
Ithe Illinois Central railroad,
being -out of the way of an
ling, train dropped his gun,
discharged, the load of
kring its way through his
It The wound is a serious
amputation may be nee-
ae of the shot also lodged
aharty's face. ,
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Banking Facilities B
WITH ample working capital, exep- tl
tional collection arraneements, and
a thoroughly organized office system this
bank has the ability and disposition to
extend to its customers, every facility
warrantedby safe, conservative banking
Three per oent, Interasfqn Time, Certlf loatoo of cloDoolt-
BANK OF HOPKiNSViLL
iNat Gaither, President; 3.E. McPherson, Cashier:.
a. L. McPhersfjn, Asst. CVishier. ft .,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
HotKIMV3LI.C - - - KENTUCKY.'
Pniy National Bank In TtilsViornraurrftv
CapitaK. . . .., :T:..75,O0O.0O
Stockholders' Liability v... 75,000.00
ISSUES TRAVELER'S CHECltf ',ttt ALL PARTS
i OF THE W&KLD. .
HAJI '.BECU.LAR SAYINGS D E P A R TM E N T
Thre Per Cent Interest Paid on I avlne: s i Time, Deposit?
W. T TAXDY, Chler.
JXO. a. tkicb. vie-yrUt.
CITY BANK : TR.UST CO.
"CAPITAL STOCK . $ 60,000.00
SURPLUS EARNED , A..., 80,000,00
JU Sank la yyufA Wm(m hMWtM, Aaai).aWatog, ehir4isa,
Tnwtw, ywrfirm daWea ia all aihwiary seymiWu.
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H, M. HARRISON,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
Ctarpetttert Job Work and all Kinds oFly Screening
Dooe ProMptly. Never Too Busy to Bramtte Your
co Work. No Contract or Job T(xTa1t for
ilia to Handle.
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