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Th more comparison you
iiaakethe more certainjou
are to buy from us.
$8.50 and Up
"Made with heavy fire bowl
heavy rolled steel body
Nickeled, and with drafts to
"WILL NOT BURN. ODORLESS.
J0c does' frldEASY. 10c
See That Curve?
wear tln old I Jut Lens when you
can pet our new
WIDE ANCLE LENSES?
Can't you .see that this lens gives
you a much wider vision? '
If you have Flat lenses and are
satisfied we can duplicate them in
to this new lens without examin
ing the ey w.
No Waiting. Can deliver glasses
bdiiie day order is left. Come in
and lei- us explain why this lens is
S.H MOJiNER, Optometrist
R. C. HARD WICK,
Manuf'g. Jeweler and Optician.
GO TO THE OLD RELIABLE
M. D. KELLY
to haveyour eyes examined and
fitted with correct glasses; also
your fine watch honestly and
intelligently repaired. Is al
ways up-to-date with the best
instruments and methods. Over
SO years an optician and jewler,
25 Years a graduate Op
tometrist. No. 8 North Main Street,
Opp. Court House.
CREAM OF NEWS COMPILED AND
Who is thLa.Ihfptc negro that ha
declared war n (rains t Turkey?
A urodical husband In Michigan
who l-f t his family ten years ago,
has returned home with $100,000..
Pefft-r, who died the other day,
will be remenbered as the man who
held the senatorial record for luxur
A negro man who died In Cincln
nati was examined and found to
have his heart on the right side and
seven spleens instead of one.
The vice crusade in Chicago has
driven the courtesans off their regu
lar streets and caused them to scat
ter all over town, even into the most
fashionable residence sections. , . ..
At Grand Rapid9, Mich., a swarm
of bees raided the vats of a brewery
and became so drunk that they
could not fly straight, while some of
them went to a school nearby and
Btung the lady teacher ;
Here are the Presidential tickets
in the held: Wilson & Marshall.
Dem.; Taft & Sherman, Rep.; Roose
velt & Johnson, Prog.; Chafin &
Watson, Prohib.; Debs & Seid'el, So
cialist; Reimer & Gillhaus, Soc-Lab.
Four out of the six candidates for
President have run before.
Wm. A. Peffer, elected to the
United Statessenate by thefirst popu
list legislature of Kansas, died of
apoplexy at Grenola, Kan., aged 81.
He had suffered from shock follow
ing the amputation of a leg. He
was elected to the senate in 1891 and
served six years.
Three More.,; ;
Three more American marines
were killed at Leon, Nicaragua.Suh-
Back From Europe.
G. E. Giither returned home
Tufsday nipht from an extended
Thomas J. Ryan, for many year?
Democratic leader in Philadelphia,
;rded his life jesterday by s-hooting.
While playing with percussion caps
Monday afternoon, George Cham, -lin,
the little son of Mr. G. H.
Lhamplin, was painfully injured by
a piece of copper that struck his
face. He was trying to drive a cap
into a log when it exploded.
$100 Reward, $100
The readers of this paper will bo
pleased to learn that there Is at least ono
ureaded disease that science has been
able to cure in all Us stages, and that is
Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is tho only
?osltlve cure now known to tho medical
ratcrnlty. Catarrh being a constitutional
disease, requires a constitutional treat
ment Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken In
ternally, acllnj dlreci'y upon tho blscd
and mucous surfaces cf the system, there
by destroying t'.o foundation of the dis
ease, nnd glvrns tho patient strength by
building up tho constitution and assisting
nature in dolnfj its work. Tho proprietors
haye so much faith in its curative pow
ers that they offer One Hundred Dollars
for any case that it f-.Il3 to cure. Send
for list of testimonials.
Address F. J. CHENEY b CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by nil Druspists, 75c.
.. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY "
Only National Bank In This Communltv
Stockholders' Liability 75000.00
ISSUES TRAVELER'S CHECKS GOOD INLL PARTS
OF THE WORLD.
HAS A REGULAR SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Three Per Cent Interest Paid
With ample working capital, exceptional collection arrange
ments, and a thoroughly organized office system this bank
has the ability and disposition to extend w to its customers
avery facility warranted by safe, conservation banking,
rhree per cent interest on Time Certificates of
BANK OF HOPKINSVILLE
Nat Gaither, President; J. E, McPherson, Cashier;
JH. L, McPherson, Asst. Cashier.
COLLECTED FROM ALL SOURCES
Cfetking Factory Items.
Fire destroyed th plant ofthe
Old? Hickory Manufac.uring iCom
rjany at Clarksvilie, Term,, entailing
a loss of $40,000,
' Lost Little Daugkter.
Pauline, the 9 year-old daughter
of Dr. M. E Groft, of Crof ton, died
Monday night of a complication of
Married 63 Years.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira F. Ellis celebrat
ed the 63rd anniversary of their
marriage yesterday. Both are aged
88 years and in good health. They
have been married longerphan any
couple in this city, or perhaps in this
part of the state. 1
rOOt Mil-- :ysf
High School will play Adama High
School football team tomorrow
afternoon at 3:15 at Mercer Park.
The! defeat last week by the heavier
Bowen team has stirred the locals
up and they are determined to put
up the fight of their lives. Admis
sion '25 cents.
J. Ham Robbed..
The hotel apartment of Col.-James
Hamilton Lewis, Democratic candi
date for United States senator, was
robbed in Chicago. The police have
been notified that, jewels to the value
of between $5,000 and $10,000 were
Still On A Boom.
Hopkinsville Lodge No. 545 B. P.
O. E. is still having a rush of new
members, nearly 30 having been
added recently. The membership
Oct. 1 was 317 and 5 have been initi
ated since that date and several oth
er candidates are awaiting initia
tion. The lodge is trying to get 50
new members during the year.
Box Supper Tomorrow Night.
The Box Supper at Iron School
Housp will be given tomorrow night,
Oct. 11, tht date in last announce
ment being erroneous.
Ghostly Realty. .
"Ghostly realty" does sound' in
congruous, as ghostly and realty are
directly opposite, and the sale of a
lot in a graveyard at public auction
for debt is something new, if possi
ble, in the l(ne of an auctioneer.
This sentence was suggested by a
notice of sale of Lot No. 53 in the
City Cemetery" at the court house
door. The proceeds of the sale were
to satisfy a claim for debt, after
costs had been paid. The sale was
CASTOR I A
Por Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
on Savings and Time Deposits
Mrs". J. W," Adams, h:uJ '
vlaitin her daughter.-M.rt. u .;'
rnunda in Dixon, Monfktia, Ui
Mrp. liiyJ. Hohnan, nf Spring
fi Id, Ttnnfj sftjgjSeyeral davfn;
he city last wwkfwltn" Mr KranK
. .... . t. .JSH.W 'JU
Mason una Mrs. jpp
Capt.. McJ. D3&0$jHrf$
Pratt, Wt; WlftlahW, W S.
Witty. John M. Renslmw. G. A.
B usher and Claude Brafhr, nf tl.ip
city, attended the old Fartera. i-.i.
iers reunion at Crof ton Satin ,
Dr. Walter Long, of Madia Jhvuie ,
was here Saturday.
Miss Alice Watson, of Alabama, is
visiting her sister, Airs. Gso. W.
Mrs. James E. Chappell and ' little
daughter Sara, have returned to
their homo in Birmingham, Ala.,
after spending several weeks will
Mrs. Ida Chappell.
Miss Blanche Willis, of Rochester,
Ky., is visiting Miss Naomi Johnson,
at Maple Center Farm. .
Jas. R. Ridgeway has return d
from a stay of fifteen weeks in the
Mountains of Colorado. He gained
twelve pounds and returns.mi.ch im
proved in health.
Jas. A. McKenzie, after a few
weeks' visit to his wife, who is the
guest of her parents, Mr. una M i
Geo. Willjs, left this morning f f
his home in Sdgoten.-B.wiu.g
Little Miss Edna Ryan.' dAilghttr
of Mr. and Mrs. W. H, Ryan, mm re
turned from Nashville, after having
two successful operations perfitru.eti
on her eyes by a special of in&t
Mrs. J. D. Clardy and Mrs. F. C.
Clardy are on a visit to Mrs. J. N.
Prestridgejn Louisville. -
Edgar M. Niickols and family, of
Louisville, have been spending a few
days with Mr. Nuckols' mother, Mrs.
J. A. Nuckols, near Oak Grove.
Mrs. George H. Thomas anil chil
dren have returned from a viait 10
Mrs. Thomas' parents, Mr. ana Mtf.
W. T. Brown,' in Hopkmsvii.e. K...
They were accoaipanitd honie by
Miss Grace Brown, who will betiit.r
guests for some weeks. Nushvi,,c
LOoT. On street an old time it
goid Penduium with fuuc daughter
on end and one lurge one in center,
Return to this offije for reward.
Big Lot Sale at Pembroke Next
Bryan & Warren, the well known
real estate men, will hold an auction
sale of town lo's at Pembroke, be
ginning at 10 o'clock a. m., next
Saturday. Eighty Iota in Bungalow
Addition will be sold. A $400 lot
and $10 in gold will be given away
to the persons holding certain num
bers on the day of sale. Bungalow
Addition is strictly a white residence
section and the lots are located in an
excellent part of the town.
As musical as Opera and as full of
whimsical fun as the wittiest farce,
the "Wizard of Wiseland" is blazing
his merry way along the theatrical
highroad. This merry musical com
edy extravaganza is sUged with a
wealth of accessories and carries the
prettiest girls of any Chorus Show
on the road. A clever animal-actor
interpolates a huge lion which is
claimed to bo the best of the kind on
any stage. At Holland's Opera
House Oct. 18
"Willipus-Wallapus" Got Stuck
The city's big street roller mired
into a soft place over the new sewer
at the corner of Tenth and Main
streets, Tuesday afternoon and it
took several hours of hard work to
get it out and finally it wad necessary
to get tho big roller of the Southern
Bitulithic Co. to help pull it out. It
was removed shortly before 10
I Choosing a
WALL & McGOWA.N
The House of Good Clothes. '"
HEADQUARTERS FOR SEED.
Rye, turf Oats, Timothy, Red Top, Clover, Alfal
fa, Orchard Grass. Blue Grass and Blue '
Paint Is A Paying Investment; ,
Paint is also a luxury. Yoii know, you will feef bet
ter in a newly painted home. Ask your wife if she
doesn't want the house painted? . .
And she will say Paint it with New Era Paint Acme
quality, the best.
PLANTERS HARDWARE CO.
111 Ill j,,,
It makes old floors and furniture look
new. It makes new floors look newer.
Call on the Black Hardware Co., In
corporated. They have it-Kurfee's
Paint, the kind that lasts.
Wall Paper, V v k
BLACK HDW. CO.
0UR fall fruit spred' is
0 noVv atlta beat and the
e-ly buyer gointfUo
make his selections. frijm
untrjKT2n Jmw '
He fe going to hnvea
trM nil Vintage over the
man looking for a auita
few weeks later. We are
phrfciilarly anx'oui to
piave "the man wholias
his clothes made to' meas
ure" look at our clothes
and judge them after a
close inspection and a
few "try-ons." k '
Priced Down to $10
Priced Up to $30(?
y' Handsome Fall
. In new models and fabrics
garments that are clas
sy and out of the ruti