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HoPKiNSViLLE, Kentucky, Saturday, May ll,, 1912.
HEADQUARTERS FOR BOY SCOUT HATCHETS
Famous Keutuckian Unani
mously Selected Command
er of U. C. V.
Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Come in and let us sight
you. . Tennis Eackets, Tennis Balls and Tennis Net,
a Complete Set. When you want the proper thing
come to us.
Genuine Ameiican Poultry, Rabbit and Field Fence.
PLANTERS HARDWARE CO.
PARADE WAS GREAT EVENT.
b Be Organized And Swim
ming School Needed.
The young men are preparing to
form several bout clubs and rowing
on the river promises to be a pleas
ant pastime. There is also an im
mediate opening for a bath house on
tho river1 and a swimming instruct
or can And pupils ready and anxious
to learn all about swimming, in deep
But we haveVfiher pros
pects in some very desire
able farm lands. No chan
ces and no hardships.Every
These Farms Will Prove A Gold Mine
to the man who buys. They are fertile and will
yield a large income every year, and in a few years
the advance in price will make you wealthy. Give
us a chance to show you.
Seven Thousand of the Old Boys
in Gray Marched and Not One
Compelled -to Drop Out.
THE HOMESTEAD INVESTMENT AGENCY
Yonts Building, 205 North Main Street
CHAS. F. SHELTON, MANAGER.
Macon, Ga , May 9 After creat
ing the title of life honorary com
mander and bestowing it on Gen. C.
Irvine Walker, retiring commander-
in-chief, the United Confederate
veterans, in their final session today,
stampeded for Gen. Bennett H.
Young, of Louisville, Ky., who was
named commander for the next
year. Gen. W. K. Van Zandt of Ft.
Worth, Texas, also candidate for the
honor, gracefully withdrew from the
race, andlGen. Young's election was
Other officers elected were:
Gen. Theo. Garnett, Norfolk, Va.,
commander army of Northern, Va.
Gen. Geo. Harrison, Opelika, Ala
commander of the army of Tennes
se to succeed General Young.
Gen. W. K. Van Zandt, Fort
Worth. Texas, commander of the
Aside from the election the an
nual parade and review of the fast
thinning ranks of the confederacy
was the feature of tht day. Fully
seven thousand of the old soldiers of
the sixties were in line, and the pro
cession, always the dramatic climax
of the reunions, drew hundreds
thousands from all over the south to
the line of march.
The parade, including the automo
biles and carriages carrying civilians
sponsors of the reunion and mem
bers of organizations affiliated with
the U. 0. V., was more than a mile
long, and wound .through sixteen
blocks of the city's shaded streets
Ic was stated tonight that not
veteran was cared for by the ambu
lance coips or emergency hospitals
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'ine Weather and a Big Crowd
The thirteenth annual stock sale of
the Church Hill Grange was held at
the Grange hall yesterday with ideal
weather conditions prevailing and a
good supply of s ock on hand, but
not as many as previous years. The
hospitable grangers as usual served
a bountiful dinntr to all who attend
ed and a big crowd attended,
Get a Ducking In Swallow
Spring Pond, Near Beverly.
Tom Kelly, Golay P'Pool and Al
bert Ross, who went to Huffman's
Mill Thursday to fish, had an unplea
ant experience at Swallow Spring
pond near Beverly. They concluded
to drive across the pond which
covers the pike, to get some pop at
Beverly, and got off ths fill into deep
water that came over the buggy
causing them to lose their tackles
buckets, hsh and a turtle that was
being brought in as a trophy. They
got out none the worse except for an
involuntary bath with their clothes
Gave Pleasing Performance
WITH ample working capital, excep
tional collection arrangements, and
a thoroughly organized office system this
bank has the ability and disposition to
extend to its customers every facility
warranted by safe, conservation banking
Throo por cont Intorost on Tlmo Cortlf loatos of deposit.
BANK OF HOPKINSVILLE
Nat Gaither, President; J. E. McPherson, Cashier;
H. L. McPherson, Asst. Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
HOPKINSVILLE - - - KENTUCKY.I
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Only National Bank In This Community
Surplus 25,000.00 '
Stockholders' Liability 75,000.00
ISSUES TRAVELER'S CHECKS GOOD IN ALL PARTS"
OF THE WORLD.
HAS A REGULAR SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Three Per Cent Interest Paid on Savings and Time Deposits
CITY BANKandTRUST CO.
Surplus - -
Loans & Investments
With the largest combined
Capital and Surplus of any
bank in Christian County, and
a desire to serve our patrons
with the best in banking, we
offer exceptional facilities
along conservative lines.
We are prepared to do all kinds of
high-grade job printing. Try us.
GET OUT DOORS!
Nothing is better for outside use than Boyers Gliding
Settee, or Porch Swings.
Boyers 'Gliding Settee
Is different from other swings. It
has the gliding motion and does not
make one dizzy. The reclining back
readily adjusts itself to any restful
position desired. Made of select material.
These swings are more popular every
season. They are very comfortable.
Made of seasoned oak, built on mission
line. Seat is 19 in. deep, 20 in. high
and 40 in. wide. Very roomy.
The colored band frcm the Tus
kegee institute gave an entertain
ment at the Tabernacle Wednesday
night and furnished the colored peo
pie of the city the biggest musical
feast of years. More than a thous
and attended. Among the heaviest
numbers were the "Poet and Peas
ant," Von Suppe; "Last Hope,"
Gottschalk; "William Tell," Rossini;
"Rustle of Spring." Sincing. One
or two ragtime pieces and some old
plantation melodies also took well
with the audience. The success of
the affair was largely due to the ef
ficient and energetic management of
Mr. T, J. Tate is home from a
month's stay at Hot Springs, im
proved in health.
We give careful and
valuable attention to our
lady cust omers, of
whom we have many.
Open an account in
your own nameget
your affairs separate
from those of vour hus
band, and learn how to
transact business on
your own account.
& Trust Co,
T.W. BLAKEY, Prest.
A.H. ECKLES, Cashier.
W. T. TANDY. President,
JNO. B. TRICE, Vice Prest.
IRA L SMITH. Cashier,
J. A BROWNING, JR., Asst.Cash.
3 PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
GET THE HABIT
ICE C RE AMI
Now that the hot weather is on us we want something cool and refreshing.
The following coupon should interest EVERYBODY.
CUT OUT AND PRESENT THIS COUPON.
Good One Day Only
Saturday, May 11
This coupon and 5 CENTS if presented at our qtore on abovejdate will
purchase 1 package of
WEBB'S ICE CREAM POWDER.
Limited one package to a coupon, one coupon to a customer.
W. T. COOPER & CO.
Don't fail to read every word of the above. SUNDAY FOR ICE CREAM
W. T. Cooper & Company.
GO TO THE OLD RELIABLE
M. D. KELLY
to have your eyes examined and
fitted with correct glasses; also
ytvjr t) . watch hunestlv and
in?e '.e.ifjy required. I al
w. up 'o -lae with th; bst
3u Hrn an optician uud ,
25yei'8tt graduate optome
trist. No. 8 North Main S reet,
Opp. ourt H Ubd
' Is one In "which the merchant
himself has implicit faith
else he would not Advertise it.
Ycu are safe in patronizing the
merchants whose ads appear
in this paper because their
goods are up-tfrdate and never