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TUBSljfY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY
' .ORNINGS, BY
CHAS. M. MEACHAM.
i MM Matter.
SIS OUTK XAXX STXXXT.
HopkinwiUe . Pttpfe Muit
Gir.aeks Plain Vigorous Prose
cution of The Young
Frankfort. Ky., Dec. 28. Vigor
ous prosecution of the young men
who were engaged in the melee in
" the restaurant conducted by Greeks
in thi3 city, Tuesday morning, will
be undertaken by Judge Ira Julian,
who has been employed by the rela
tives cf -Stephen TheophaniSj the
man w.ho was shot. George Theoph
anis, a "Brother of the wounded man,
who formerly jl in Frankfort,
li'ut who now haR:estaurant in an
Illinois town, reached here this
morning. He took )prompt steps to
see fiat justice is dne.
The Greeks, who (conduct the res
taurant, say that they have been the
victims of prosecution, and that an
effort has been made to run them
out of Frankfort. They pay that
they have been attacked and their
Restaurant torn up several time?,and
that there seemed to be a concerted
effort on the part of certain men to
drive them away from Frankfort.
The affray of Tuesday morning was
the culmination of the stries of at
tacks on the Greeks, and they have
determined to make this a. test.
The Greek Government will proba
"bly take a hand, and even if nothing
comesjf the prosecution of the men
who beat and shot Theophanis and
Til's partner, it is likely that the cases
will go into the Federal Court in
civil action for damages, it is re
ported that the wounded Greeks will
file suit against the members of the
crowd which was in the restaurant,
and that the city of Frankfort also
will be joined as defendant. The
Greeks claim that they have not
been given protection by the civil
Several Greeks, who live in Lex
ington came to Frankfort this morn
ing.to lend what aid they could to
their countrymen in trouble here.
A conference of the Greeks has been
held, and they will meet again with
Judge Julian to decide on what
steps to take. They say they came
to Frankfort to enter business and
have behaved themselves, and yet
they have been mistreated. Several
timea rows have occurred in the res
taurant, and the place has been
wrecked twice before Tuesday morn
The examining trial of "Eph"
Lillard, Jr., "Pat" Bohannon, Grov
er Land, "Red" Grumbaugh and
Hugh Harrod will zome up Friday, j
but it is not likely that the evidence
will be heard. The cases probably
will be continued and the same bonds
hold good, as the Greek, who was
shot is unable to be present at the
trial. He is getting along nicely and
probably will get well, unless some
complication should arise. Dr. John
Patterson is attending the wounded
man and thinks he has a good chance
to get well. "He4fcgctting careful
attention; and spent i
All sorts of rumors and report are
floating about Frankfort as to what
took place in the restaurant the night
of the shooting, but both the Greeks.
1 X ' 1 f 1 1
ana me nmi eng agea in me row are
keeping qufct and hV but little to
say. It is understood that the men
who attacked the Greeks claim that
Tatopbanls haddareyolver and that
he started toe fijbt, nJ It (a expect
. ttwt this willbe their line of de
. KMf ilk (mm ' quickly -mrit-
Bwt uatuirctwari wam you.
Kattae tha kfcbay werttM.
Sm if th cofc ia unlMlthr
If thf ara ntfelifefft and sdi
FaMAffc frequent, scanty.painfal.
It's time men to use Down's Kid
Toward off Bright's disease
Doan's have done great work
Thorn Tooaii, Mam St., Cadiz,
Ky.,.saysi "I am convinced that
there Is no other kidney remedy on
the market today equal to Doan's
Kidney Pills, I suffered for years
from eotenee paina through my back
and at time I wa so lame and stiff
that I could not tet out of ray bed.
The kidney secretions were scanty
and painful in passage. I doctored,
but received no relief until a friend
told me about Doan's Kidney Pills.
He spoke so highly in their favor
that I procured a supply. I felt a
great deal better after taking them
a short time and thus encouraged, I
from kidney complaint."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo.
Sold by Mot&er, Sb Amit j
-Man's Franchise Bought.
West Union, O,, Dc 28. Two
features dttttepad at the
aim of tfee spikl fraod jury inwvtf
rtlrg whoWsak taqra of totes In,
Adanis county. On ww that of a
woman selling heraan'tvete and the
other concerned a vetar who was
bought in three dlffertnt ways.
The' woman is a widow who lives
at Peebles, She is atuwai of having
accepted $5 for her soqr franchise.
.Both' mother and son were indicted,
but neither has been arresttd.
A farmer in Jacksonville precinct
who came in from Meigs township
surprised the grand jury by his con
feieion that he was bought three
tim3 last election day. For his prom
im to vote the straight Republican
ticket he said he received $12 50; on
a contract to vote the straight Dem
ocratic ticket he was paid $10, and
the price, for agreeing to vote for a
certain Democratic candidate was $3
He pleaded guilty when arranged
and was disfranchised for five years,
fined $5 and costs and given six
months in the workhouse, with
prison sentence suspended.
DON'T GO WEST.
Girls, Unless You Want
New. York, sole
and take no other.
agents for the
Another Fatal Accident.
Will Murphey, aged eighteen, of
the Nebo country, is dead from the
accidental discharge of his shotgun,
the shot entering his body just be-
ow the heart. He lived two hours
after he vva3 3hot and told his family
about the accident and how it occur
red. The trigger cairht on a fence
ha was climbing. Hustler.
they say all whiskey is good wnfe-
Key. only some is better than others
"Some' means "Harper,' the
others are "alsorans." Call for
W. R. LONG'S,
J. B. Fisher, The Tinner.
Shop on Seventh street, over Met
m 4,714 46
heads. iV.. 623 84'
. 40.000 00
"9 (Wl (V
12 HH in
chelM. ...... 5 25
14 HV 496 91
15 Bb redis-
To PBHO; Total. 15,557 4S
lGIHiS not in-
of Kent tick;
on the lulh.
1 Loans a
2 U S,a
Out.in thefar West there are so
many more men than women that
employers" of single women are forc
ed to extraordinary devices to keep
their employes. A dispatch from
Spokane recounts the fact that a
young lady who applied for a posi
tion a3 telephone operator at a local
hotel was required to furnish a $500,
bond that she would not marry with
in six month3, before she could ge
the job. Post.
Kegulales the bowels, promote!
natural movements, cures constipa
tion Doan's Regulets. Ask youJ
druggist for them 25c a box.
.... ..153.966 57
ty, County of Chris-
cashier of the above
lient is true to tho
Hedge and belief.
IJ. W. Cross, Cashier.
Rnd sworn to before
3ss this 24th day of
l.'eton, Notary Public
rod expires, Feb. 11,
f ( Eldon Crutshfleld,
A W. H. Jones,
( T. D, Jamoson,
CHILD WANTS DIVORG3
f)f the condition of the
Indiana Girl Whj Marri
a fairly conv
To loan on first-class real estate se
curity. The T.S. 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 Jaw.
Sheriff Christian County.
Partridge Wyandotte Cockerels.
pure bred stock, for sale, Apply to
Jno. w. garnett,
R.F.D. 2, Hopkinsville. Ky.
A Cash Offer.
The Kentuckian has made a special
clubbing rate with The Memphis
Weekly Commercial Appeal by
wHich we will furnish buth papers
for one year for the very low sub
scription price, of $2.25. The Com
mercial Appeal is one of the largest
and best papers in the South, and
we hope to receive many new sub
scriptions on this offer; $2 25 cash
for both papers.
Farmers' Almanac Eor 1911.
Washington, Ind , Dec. 29
leging that her husband struck
cursed her, the child wife of J
Wesley Maypoles, editor of the !
Rosa Star, at Milton, Fla , nlecl
for divorce here today. Tlieyl
married last. May and since het
aration from her husband
montns ago. bne na3 resume!
school studies here.
She is the daughter of A Ji
proprietor or a Dottling worMsl
and on-the night of the ml
her father made them a
gift of a box containing $1,00
"rini.nl.. A., L J
eczema that has annoyed mt
time. The cure wa3 permar
Hon. S. W. Mathews, Comr
Labor Statistics, Augusta,
Gets Big ContracJ
Will Ireland, of Maysviliel
notified that he has secured
tract to construct the bril
grade for the double track
Lawrence Creek and FosU
C and O. railroad. The bl
A special representatii
largest loan company in tl
States will be at the office
T. EDMUNDS. ATTOR1
FIRST AND THIRD MOl
will make LOANS ON G(
LAND m Christian and
counties AT FIVE PI
business on Main street
umbroke. Countv of Chris
or Kentucky, at the close
s on the 15th dav of De
and Discounts. . .S72.590 19
ana other Bonds.
rom Banks 2.617 79
ral Cash on hand . . . 2.890 47
ks, cash items and
e for clearing 98518
drafts Secu red.
nsecured, $134 82;. . ' 134 82
ent expenses and
paid 1,919 66
al Estate.S5.000: Fur-
re and Fixtures. S1.500:
il. 6,500 00
tner Assets not include
iinder anv of the ahnvn
Total . $87,638 11
Capital Stock paid in.
cash $20,000 00
Surolus. S4.000. Undu
ided profits, $3,310.94: To
Roporthh Condition of the
on the 15th!
None; Uri e
12 Deposits m which in
terest is pict.iiaB 509 50; ,
Depotitf ( which hjter- " ,
eat is not tid, $71 965.-
30: Total aoita hi 47X
Xrf uadtner't aecics, out-
standing, Kone; Crti-
fied check None; Total
14 Due to Biks
15 Notes am Bills red is-
counted, I ; Bills -
payable, $ ; Total..
16-X)ther liabties not in-
eluded urxranyof the
Total..v $135 86
State of Kentfky, .
county of Ch tian. s '
1, J. X. Crflree. Cashier of
above naraedpank, do sole
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pPKIffSVILLE, KY, r
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swear that tH
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W. E. KEITH.
My uommiss expires Jan, 31
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usual business calendar I Excursion fares to nni
2 Deposits on which in-
erest is paid. S13.930 69:-
eposits on which jnterest
is not paid, .$32 690.27; To-
for the new year for general diatribe do, Idaho, Kansas,
utlon, rouri, Montana. Neb
(Jtah. North Dakota.
b wli bALE bet Carpenter's tools. Wisconsin, Arizona,
Apply to Saxe McCormick,
T. S. Kniglit S Co.
ma. Arkansas, Louil
Cetitrat will sell rc
13 Cashier's checks,
8tanuingr, $ w;
check?, $00; Total.
14 Due to Banks,.
15 Notes and Bill,
counted, $ 00; Bills
16 Other llabiliti
ciuaea under a
State of Kentucl
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swear that the
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Now reached by direct line of
prijsvUlJi'is3k.m. 10 p.m. 6.-00r
ptKibrt f:30 a.m.
innlltdn 7:15 a.m.
pllCHy 7:25 a.m.
seekers excurson tfrj
Irn trie Oil at oce. It achi llkn
the above nj
Real Estate, Loans and 3rd tu
nn. OfflPiar reduced ra