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HEADQUARTERS FOR SEED.
,Turf Oat. Timothy, Rd Top, Clover, Alfal
fa, Orchard Grass. Blus Grass and Blue
Lovisville awl Nasiyiik Yaril
Late Festmaster At, Lafayette
s Cuts L0S Frw
Vye afre "rcetvittg Every
Day fresh Canned Goods
JOINS TOGG COUNTY MAN.
PARTICULARS NOT LEARNED.
Paint Is A Paying Investment.
Paint is also a luxury. You knQW you will feel bet:
"term 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
equality, the best.
PLANTERS HARDWARE CO.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
HOPKINSVILLE . - - - KENTUCKY.
UN3TEB2 STATES OEPOSfiTARY
Only National Bank In This Community
Capital . $75,000.00
Surplus.. 25,000.00 .
Stockholders' Liability 75,000.00.
ISSUES TRAVELER'S CHECKS GOOD IN ALL PARTS
OF THE WORLD.
HAS A REGULAR SAVIHGS DEPARTMENT
Three Per Cent Interest Paid on Savings and Time Depbs t
CITY BANK AND TRUST
CAPl LALoiO$6j.uC0 00
TO I'AL $155.000.01
WE IMVITE YOU
To join us in business.
We can help each other.
We .seek in every way tp
maintain the standard of
careful at.entioh to the
interests of our customers.
W. T. TANDY. President. IRA L SMITH. Cashier,
JNO. B. TRICE. Vice Prest. J. A BROWNING, JR., Asst.Cash.
3 PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
Tooper " &' Co
Happy Culmination Of A Court
ship Extending Over ,
O. B. Brandon and Mrs. Queet
White were married about 6 o'clock
p. m. Thursday i.y Rev. A. R. Kasey
at the Methodist parsonage, .
The bride was postmistress dt'Ls-
fayette.fpr several years, but resign
ed last week, though no one dream
ed of her motive when she announc
ed that she had sent in her resigna
tion to the department. The groom
is a prosperous young tarmer oi
near Roaring Springs, Trigg county.
There was a tinge of the romantic
about the marriage. For some real
son known only to the happy couple
everything possible was done to keep
their friends from knowing anything
definite of the wedding. Wednes
day night the bride to-be went to the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. South
all and remained overnight. Thurs
day Mr. Brandon called at Mr. SoUth-
all's and spent part of the day. The
couple were unsuccessful in getting
Rev. Kasey to drive down and unite
them, so they drove to town, and EC
mg- to the home of Mr. Kasey, were
married in the presence of a few
witnesses. The marriage was the
culmination of a courtship of .two
years or more. Their many friends
wish them a long life of happineps.
Harper -Davie. ,
A rainbow wedding of unusual
beauty was that of Mr. John Irvin
Cobb and Miss Surah Reita Davie,
which occurred at the home of the
bride's perents, Mr. und Mrs. h. h.
Bagby, 537 Commerce street, Clurksrii
ville. Tenn., last Monday afternoon
at five o'clock.
The house decorations were taste
fully planned and consisted of palms,
cms and cut flowers.
The guests were received by
Misses Irene Kjrshner and Eva Bag
by, who wore white embroidered
Promptly aj; the appointed hour.
co the strains of the wedding march,
played by Mis3 Maud Dawaon, of
tlerndon, Ky the bridal party en
tered and grouped themseivea bdfOrt
an exquisitely arranged altar of
fernB and palms, where Rev. Ddihl,'
jastr of the First Pres-jyuffuii
nuich, united the dealings uf ttr
soui i" people, using the beautiful
.i.ii m.preeslvering corem; ny.
'ihe bride's sister, Mrs. J C. Han
jerry, was the matron of honor and
voru u gown of yellow" satin with
:n if iii araperies. Her fl jvvers were
mK rose3. Miss ttuny uawson, in
gown of pink messaline and chiffon
cioth and MiB3 Susie Wood, wearing
a gown of blue silk marquisette over
blue satin.both carrying bouquets of
pink roses, served aa bridesmaids.-
Mr. C. Bailey Harpei was best,
man and Messrs. Ed Wood and Ma-!
shal Biter were uroomsmcn.
The bride entered with ucr intr9$j
of whit sltk if.arftiettu over wMl
stia with luce aiidVBwri mmniifi
der bouquet wasjfE bride's rosejs a
.ilien oL.the valleji.'
AUur receiving the congratula
tions of numerous friends and rela
tives present, the happy couple left,
amid showers of rice and good
wishes, for Chattanooga, Tenn., to
U,mi their return they will boaid
mh Hie britit'a mother.
Tney werS the recipients ,of many
haiJvifle and uinful prawn.;, f.h.ca
attested thg ex;enivo popularity
tr-e-. e.joy. V
At Lake Tandy.
M . Waller Uadfor i i ..;j )
Deceased Was a Brother'-in-
Jiw. of Thos. Sutton, of
. .vTfhis City.
John C. Hooe, local agent of the
L. &.N., received information yes
terday morning of the death of Rob
ert Johnson at Howell, Ind. About
all that could be learned of the kill
ing was that the deceased was one
of the yard force at Howell, and that
he had. been xun over by a yard
eflgine Thursday night. Though he
had one arm and both legs cut off
ne uveu until f iiuay. morning, mi.
Johnson was a brother-in-law cf
Thomas Sutton, of this citv.'
Hopkinsville Woolen Mills Co.
Manufacturers of Wool batting in
sheet's the full siz of quilts, wool
filled quilts and carpets and wool
filled matress tops, also wool rolls
for hand spin ina. We use best
grade of fine ecoiired wool and
make quilts in price from three to
fifteen dollars, Cash for wool.
JAMES CATE & SON CO.
' ' Hopkinsville, Ky
TTonkinavi le defeated Adams in
the football i?ame yesterday by 134
GO TO THE OLD RELIABLE g
M. D. KELLY
to have your eyes examined and
fitted with correct glasses; also
your fine' watch honestly and
iotelliprently repaired. U al
ways up to date with the best
instruments and methods. Over
jiO years ai optician and jewler,
25 Years.a graduate Op
tometrist., Mo. 3 North Main Street,
1 Opp. Court House.
A BURNING SUBJECT
If Dollar Grew on Bushes
Would Yu Pluck Them?
Then Why Not Gather In the
Dollars Which May Be Saved
.. By Buvint? Your. Winter's Sup
ply of Cy. i &p 1$WW- Price:.?
FO R T H U! 11 JSPiC 'd A NT
It'a Better Win' lh unt rp
3: FOR THllpUSEiiODER
M It Mean&MORE COAL
Pur the" SAME MONEY!
Office and Turds 7th & Railroad Sta.
UomePhonel344, Cumb FhonelSg.
"For many vean 1 was troubled. In
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Ande very thing else
thai is carried in
E vaporated. Fruit of
ALL FRESH FRUIT
THAT ARE ON THE
Elac h Day 2
WE ORDERS GIVEN I
A fTENTION. 3
Home Phone 1381.
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