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HOPKINSVILU KJNrj.CK.AN NOVEMBER 2
M A. W: Thnmiw. of Ttiw
county, visited her daughter, Mrs.
John i Quirk, this week.
3. J Adcock and family have re
turned from n visit of several weeka
to fru-i ils in Texis.
Fr.-nU Rnjjsdale.of St. Louis, Mo.,
is p. v e city.
Mr. ;nd Mrs. D. H. Armstrong
have returned from Nashville und
have taken rooms a St. Charles
Mr. II. F. MeCanifT of Princeton,
was i i he city a short time Thun-
day en -ute to Sudlersville, Tenn.,
to vif her daughter.
E H Price and ins daUKhters,
Mrs Tiyward Richards ami lr. J.
W. Gish, returned from Memphis
Thur day niaht. Mrs Richards will
remai-i for the winter.
M m Mlif.it Bacxtier Bell has
taker rooms with Miss Bottie Camp
bell. Mrs. Jame West wil! entertain
the ladies of the First Presbyterian
Church Missionary Society this af
ter! ri at 3 o'clcek. After a musi
cal pr ram refreshments will be
Mr. Fo'som and Mra.Dudley Chip
ley, i.f Asheville, N. C, attended
the F.) om-Bas weddinpr Wednes
day ninht. Thej are brother and
sister of the grm.
FOR SALE Farm of 135 acres,
south of town, nice location.
Advertisement J. F. ELLIS.
Disowned By Stepfather.
Mr?. Falc-.net. mother of Jack
Johnson's"victim, hua been notified
by her present husband that her
I daughter, Lucile Cameron, cannot
come into his house.
Smithson & Everitt,
FUNERAL DIRECTORS, j
Von West and Miss Annie Jones
and Garnett East and Miss Hattie
j West, of this county, were married
in Clarksvilie Wednesday.
$51,000 In Taxes
Last Thursday was the last day
for the payment of cicy taxes to ex
cape the penalty of 6 per cent.
: During the month collector John
Richards received between $50,000
- Good bye, October, you made a
"good impression on us all. .
We will win, but don't take every-
thing for granted.
fJtato of Ohio, city of Toledo,
Luca3 County. J a-
" Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ho la
senior partner of the llrm of F. J. Cheney
& Co., doing buslnoss In the City of To- ''.i
ledo. County and State aforesaid, and '
mat saw nrm win pay tne sum or ONE i '
HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and ov- 1 d
cry case of Catarrh that cannot be cured i fi?
Ty tho uso of halvs catarrh curb.
FRANK J. CHENEY, j ,
Sworn to before me and subscribed ln'j
, my prpsfnee, ini3 itn uay or iJecemoor,
(Seal) A. VT. GLEASON.
A Hall's Catarrli Curo la taken Internally
sand acts directly upon tho blood and mu
cous surfaces of tho system. Send for
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O.
Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
' Take Call's Family rills for constipation.
.P.IRST NATIONAL BAN
HOPK1NSVJLLE - - - KENTUCKY.
Only National Rank
issues traveler's checks good in all parts
of the World.
A REGULAR SAVINGS
Three Per Cent Interesl Paid
With ample working capital,
ments, and a thoroughly organized office system this bank
ks the ability and disposition to extend to its customers
tvery facility warranted by safe, conservation banking.
Three per cent interest on Time Certificates of
BANK OF HOPKINSVILLE
Nat Gaither, President; J. E. McPherson, Cashier;
H L. McPheraon, Asst. Cashier.
AT THE CHURCHES. 1
Firat Baptist Church Kev. C. M
Thompson. Paster, S e r v o t z v
Sunday School 9:80 a. nr.
Morning Setvice --llKrt
B Y. P. U.M5:0 p. m 7
EvnfngSf vtc-. -8:00 ii. n?,
Second" Baptist Uhurch Rov. IS.J.
Sunday School 9.45 a. rh. t
Preachinjr11 a. m.
B. Y. P. U. G:00 p. tn.
Preaching 7:00 p. m.
Prayer mueting every Wednesday
night 7:00 p. m.
Westminster Presbyterian Church
Rev. C. H. H. Branch, Pastor. ,
Sunday Sphool 9:30 a.m.
Men's Bible Class 10:00 a. m. '
Morning Service 10:45 a. m.
First Presbyleriach Church Rev.
Edward Bryant Londis, Pastor.
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Morning Service "10.45 a. m.
Christian Endeavor 6:45 p. m.
Evening Service- 7:30 p. m.
Weekly Prayer Meeting -Wednesday
7:30 p. m.
Pastor will occupy pulpit preach
ing at both hours.
Methodist. Episcopal ChurchRev.
A. R. Kasey, Pastor.
Sunday School 9:30 a. m.
Morning Service 10:45 a. rn.
Epworth League 6:45 p. m.
Evening Service 7:30 p. m.
C. P. Church Regular services
Sunday by the pastor.
The revival mee ing will begin
with Rev. Tiilst:, of Dotard, Tenn.,
A BURNING SUBJECT!
A Good Investment!
Your Bins Full of
The Difference Bat ween the
Summer and Winter Price!
Mn nanfrer of Running Short
iNO "an.Ker or uuiinin onort
r nl , ,
Warmth, Cheerfulness, Com-
No Worry about Cold Weather! I
V InvpHti ' f'1
PAUL AI I IN IN ?
Offico and Yards 7th & Railroad Sts V
Homo Phone 1344. Cumb Phone 158.
In This Community
C E ? A R
on Savlnes and Time Deposits
exceptional collection arrange
Wants Other Women to Know
How She Was Finally
Restored to Health.
Louishua, Mo.: -"I thjnk a woman
naturally dislikes to mnko her troubles
Known 10 we puDiic,
but complete restor
ation tohenlth mbana
bo much to mo thnt
I cannot keep from
telling mina, for tho
snko of other aulfcr
"I had been sick
about twolvo years,
and bad eleven doc
tors. I had drag'
ning down pains,
pains at monthly periods, bilious spells,
and was petting worse all tho time.
would hardly eet over one spell when
would bo sick again. No tongue can tell
what I suffered from cramps, and at
times I could hardly walk. Tho doctors
said I might die at ono of those times,
but I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta
ble Compound and got better rightaway.
Jfour valuable medicine is wortn mora
than mountains of gold to suffering wo
men.' Mrs, rSERTIIA J.1UFF, bU3 JN. 4th
Street, Louisiana, Mo.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, made from nativoroots and herbs,
contains no narcotic or harmful drugs,
and to-day holds tho record of being tho
most successful remedy for female ills we
know of, and thousands of voluntary
testimonials on file in the Pinkham
laboratory at Lynri.Mass., seem to prove
If you want special advico wrlto to
Lydia . Piiikliam Mcdlcino Co. (confi
dential) Lynn, Mass. Your letter Trill
bo opened, read and answered by a
woman and held in strict confidence
FOR SALE Splpndid small farm,
well Improved. $1,000. J. F. ELLIS.
Invitations to the marriage of Miss
Sadie Lee Foprpr to Mr. 8. F. Mc-
Camy have been received in the city.
The wedding occurred this morning
at 8:30. Both parties live in Mem
phis. The groom fa a grandson of
burner Councilman H. F. McCamy,
who now resides at Princeton.
FOR SALE 20 acres near city
limits, on pike. J. F. ELLIS.
Invitations have been received by
friends to the marriatre of Mi9
Maude Canaler tb Mr George VV,
Koenig, on the evening tf Novem
ber 12. n, at Etnd, Ckla. Miss Cms
ler is the daughter of Ju Ige Po k
J; F. Ellis has sold the C R. Duke
place on Central avenue to Judge J.
S. RaRedale, of Lafayette.
Patients In Fire.
The Martinsville Sanitarium, in
Louisville, was burned and Dr J, '
W. Foltz, of South Park, Ky., and
a lady patient, were burned to death '
and two lady patients escaped by
jumping from windows.
(Eye, Er. Nose und Thro-t)
J. P. Ellis has old HgD "R. Sirrr
son a lot near Mogul VSyJOn factory.
Mrs.. Wall's Brother.
W. T. Boyd, a natiVe of Tripg
county and brother of Mra. Mo lie
Wall, of this c c , ditd of paralysis
on the 20th ult.. at bis home in Tam
Handsome Lot Sold.
J. F. Ellis has sold tn C. V. West
the J. E. McPherson Iqeon South
r 1 1
New York money i'b
in thunder tones f
Fine Residence Sold.
J. F. Ellis has sohjuho T'm Thom
as residence on Madisonvrilif rut.d to
C. C. Curtis. '
Becker has b&en santenced to be
electroout(l tho beginning:
J. F. Ellis has bought part of the
J. R. Knight farm west of the city,
L 111 itfflHBtfv
MMMNIMMM"n - - - I II I ll III ! ! IIUIIII II.. .11
WALL & McGOWAN
Edwin Clapp, J. P. Smith, Walkovers:
" " ) '. - "
Korrect Shape and Barn Yards, Shoes
that absolutely give satisfaction, look well from the
day you put them on until the last day they are worn.
They are. correct in style,' covering many different
models; reliable in service, comfortable in fit and right
in price. Our farm and work shoes are beyond ques
tion the best-wearing shoes to be found on this mar
ket. Try one pair and you Will be our shoe friend
Had Been In Tralnl.ifl.
A man who bad undergone a court
examination by a .awyer Jn Chicago
without faltering for a second was
complimented by tho lawyer later for
his accurate manner of recalling early
and minor episodes of his life. "1
was well rehearsed for it," said tho
witness. "Only yesterday I had- to
All out an application for a tele
phone." FOR fiAT.li!I?ovnn nlono nrs
7h. J. p. ELLTS.. !
Tr'fl'rnt,,"TriiiinnnB-iwiM m mi m 1 1 - ' " " " ' - ..
The how Dowb
"ft'Vary Lates in Manure Spreading Construction.
Yes, tho -NB' IDEA" STILL LEADS. Tne Low Do.vn "NEvV it)EA" hs 18 inches clearance un
der the "coiiveyr." mid at tbuc it is o!y 43 inches tu tha top of tho main sides. Removable extra
top sides prmit one, to lod tnor tlian. ver hefore and ut the same time does not make, the machine
hhjher to tod, Now is ihe tima to us tn "NEW IDEA' Comwiii and tee this spreader and
pulverizer if you want tha batt
HOUSE OF GOOD CLOTHES
Original Home of Honey Be.
The common variety of bee, known
as the honey-bee," Is thought by some
high authorities to have had its orig
inal home among the woods and
mountains of central Rurop
One Flat. St. Charles Court.
Three hearts that beat &
EW.-IDEA? For 1913
m a rr jMnumn ju imfl j j. j . . ii - in i "-
tore ; of
fltoiuted Victim Allvt.
Aa almost unbelievably cruel tey
penlng has come to light at Hlrdfeht
ma, Japan. There a man and bis
wife have been arrested for willfully
cremating a live man. The prisoners
were in charge of a crematorium, and
while at work a faint votoe coming
out of coilla begged for fresh air.
The couple took no notice, however,
and proceeded to apply Are, roasting
the man oliva
Say, you! Advertise in thi3 paper!