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title: 'Hopkinsville Kentuckian. (Hopkinsville, Ky.) 1889-1918, November 05, 1912, Image 8',
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JSfos $wted To Succeed Mr.
P'Pool In The Seventh
Dos that word describe ydur Kitchen Ware? It is literally tru of
Aluminum Cooking Utensils
Which Bear the "Wear-Ever" Trade Mark.
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JUEfiULAR MEETING HELD.
Xtitoct )Va.s Allowed For One
The Council met Friday night with
Xll present. Tfie usual monthly re
ortrs were submitted and the
JFinsnce Committee reported the
October Budget of accounts which
rwas allowed, . ,
Street matters were discussed and
Iho Street Gommittee , Riven the
Authority to secure b u c h street
cleaning appliances as may be need'
including carts, garbage1 cens,
'committee from the Business
"Men's,. Association - appeared and
jwkedjthe council to pass a resolution
endorsing the proposed railroad
irom Owensboro and recommending
to the council to be elected next year
that the approbation of $6000 asked
for be paid by the"city. The reso
lution passed unanimously.
Counciman W. A. P'Pool, of the
Seventh. JVard, tendered his resig
nation to take effect at once, given
as a reason that he would niova-jto
his new home outside the city ab&at
Nov, 10th. A resolution accepting
his resignation with regret was ad
opted and some, parting remarks
were made by Mr. P'Pool and re
sponded to by the Mayor and mem
bers of the council. An election
was entered into at onca to fi 1 the
vacancy and i.n in4- first ballot to
make a nomination Dr. R. L Brad
ley received 4 vMts, L. T. Brasher 1
and Bailey Russe l 1. A viva vace
vote being taken Dr, Bradley" re
ceived a 1 of the 6 votes and was de
clired tleCted. He was notified by
phone hut sain he had gone to bed
and would be sworn in later.
Dr. Bradley is the well-known
Veterinary surgeon and a prominent
citizen and Democratic leader of the
Seventh Ward. H's selec ion is-for
a period of thirteen months and
gives general satisfaction. ;He will
no doubt make a capable and t ffici
ent member of the council.
E. H. Hester, chief of the Fi e
Department, who recent'y re-igne
to take effect Nov. 1, - not yet rady
to in v and was autho zed to act
unM s m ual removal.
The Southern Bitulithic Co , was
given the contract for one
No rusting, no chippiiigy-tto scaling, no seams or solder,
no loss of utensils fry Mi'rning, no continual buying more
"cheap" kitchen W'a'rer.tl)e kind that costs the most in
Replace utensils that wear but with utensils that "Wear-Ever." At the Stove and
China Department of
COMB. PHONE 478;
HOME PHONE 1381.
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Was Like Taking Candy From
a Baby and It "Being
Among Mortuary List For Past
George Sinner, a patient from
Webster county, died at the Western
State Hospital last Friday of pella-
Died At Sanitarium Saturday
Night Of Peritonitis.
j Mrs Lucy A. Townes, of 805 Weft
18th street, widow of the late A. V.
Townes, and a daughter of the late
gra, aged 66 years Hp .had bpen In , W. B. Lander, died at 10 o'cbcK Sat
tbe institution about five months, iurday night, at the Sanitarium, to
The body wm interred in -the hospit
al burying: ground?. -M.les
SVilliam, of D.ayipss county;
which she had been taken to under-
The champions' p game between . . .
" u t.. acred 42 vears He was sent
High School and Paducah Hijjh her(J f(ir treatm,nf about ay par agn.
School Saturday afternoon' was a Interment in the hospital burying
wa'kover for the local boys, who ground?.
dished 'eir adver.ariH under n W B. Langston, received here for
score of 52 to 0. The visitors never treatment two years ago from Logatr
hud a chance to se re .and no less county, died on the 30th alt, aged
than eight touchdowns were made
with uninterrupted regulirity. The
Paducah boys played hnrd, but the
locals were better coached and ou'-
more chssed them all the way through.
block of paving, between 11th and The crowd present was the best of
12tb, Main St. at $1.50 a yard. - the season.
fY" FLOOR SWEEPER
FOR YOUR POLISHED FLOORS.
BUY YOUR GUN SHELLS WOW.
THERE 15 IN
.-r' c . Kr ter Axes will hold their edges.
(jf-ti few nails won't batter down the h ad of
,i r'i .mchet?. Our, tools will make you sing while
i 1 MERS HARDWARE CO.
87 years. Death was caused by
Mr3. Marv McGurit.'?! U'i'ori coun
ty uHiiB'ir, nie j truvxy last ot ex
haustion from acute, mama, aged -37
years. She was rec-ived here about
five months ago. The rema'rs werp
shipped to Morg;ufie!d for inte -ment.
Marpel a'id Norrts 'tuke peasur?'
in presenting for the firnt time u,i
our City their three f net hilarinij;
musical farce comedy -'"THE BELL
HOP" which w 11 be seen at Ho -.
land's Opera Hou-e fci.r one perforri
ance only next FridaF.night. If ne
e. joys good clean' c"medy that will
almost make you cry don't fail to
3e E Manley Morris ns Wilhe
Hurry" who plays the be'l hop The
cast U made up n'f some well known
people including L jIh Lynn Norris
who is well known over the Keith
Vaudeville Circuit. The. chorus has
been well seeded as botn their nblf.
uy to sing and dance is brought out
In. this musical ptay as there ' are
some fifteen musical numbets und
a most us many changes of costume,
Among the soeclnl'vaudevjlle fe6-
'ires in J'The.Bell Hop" is the nov,
Hty musical act the "12x2 Band" in
which act one man plays twelve mur
'tea' instruments t o-ie time.
AdvutUvmciit. ' .
Another Al lmrnjg dinner will be
served odoy at the U1il K-llows;'
. .yi ii up
O. h I l-t, t. Charles Court. C
gp an operation 1 for 'peritonitis.
When the physicians were ready for
the operation they discovered that
gangrene had already set in and that
death was inevitable She lived
only a few hours longer.
Mrs. Townes was a good and mosk.
estimable woman and her- death i
deplored by a wide circle of friends.
She leaves one son, A. V. Towne3,
Jr. , and several daughters.
Mrs. Townes' children are the son
above referred to, Mrs. Robt. Cook
and Mrs. A. L. Comstock, of the
county, and Mrs. Willie Nixon, of
this city. She also leaves" two broth
ers und two sisters, Messrs. Geo. W.
Limler, of this county, and J. B.
Lander, c;f NortonvKla. and Mrs. J.
A. Barbee, of Guthrie, and Mrs. C.
H. Hill, of Nashville.
She was 70 years of ago. Her
funeral tervices were hold"-4by Rev.
C. H. H. B-anch, of
the shape of a boy's marble, the ac
tion is tense and the interest sus
tained. The primness of the story
is relieved by a charming love inter
est and many adroit toi5che3 of hu
mor, such as one has learned to ex
pect from Miss Wells.
Next to the novel in point of in
terest is perhaps John Fleming Wil
son's astounding paper called "Pan
ama, City of Madmen " In it he'
points put that the Canal is costing
us not only a vast sum of money,
but also something far more valu
able the mental balace of thous
ands of stalwart Americans.
(Eye, Eir, Nose and Throat)
A Satisfying Magazine.
L'.ppincott's for November is rich
in fiction, long and short; and there
is also some ceasonable matter that
is easy to read and worth remember
ing.' The, most, .important of the
varied and diverting contents is of
course the novel-entire a type of
fiction which has long7 been a feature
of tins publication. . This novel is a
racy, entertaining detective story
entitled "The White Alley," by Caro
lyn Wells, whose previous novels
a nng these lines "A Chain of Evi
dence." 'The due," and "The Gold
Bit!' havohad, a tremendous sale
in book form "The White Alley"
is ittse all other detective stories in
iha'. it has a mystery, but the mys
lery itself h unlike tiny other of
which we have ever heard, The plot
lingua on a b.u!u of ai'n between a
r ny detectivo uriii u ilev r crimi
.i From the time the wealthy
wutr of "WtUi) UiichV disap
. ears, till the ei.tircy unl ki d-f r
enouo pent, when the vi Iain Is cot -
(founded by means of a tiny clue in
Smithson & Everitt,
Victim of Pneumonia.
Kinnev Tyler, colore! undertaker
and formerly courthouse janitor,
died last wek of pneumonia, aged
53 years He was born in Trigg
There.will be a box supper at
Black Jack School House, near
Gracey, Saturday night, Nov. 16.
Everybody ia invited to come and
bring a box
LOUISE BACKUS. Teacher? 1
Owensboro 6, Henderson 0.
Owensboro beat Henderson Satur
day in tho footba'l game by 6 to 0.
Hen ieron attempted a forward pass
that was intercepted;
'Are the culmination
- of corset excellence-
the product of
intelligent and ap
honest and well
directed efforts the
results could not be
different than they
,are-corsets of stylish
lines and fashionable
Not a better corset
can be made for, the
money. We carry fn stocK all of
the latest, stunning, modish effects.
AMERICAN BEADTY CORSETS
ONE DOLLAR UP
For Sale By
THE O. G. SPROUSE CO.,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Only National Bank In This Community
Capital, , $75,000.00
: Surplus , ,,M 25,000.00
Stockholders' Liability . , , . , 75,000.00
ISSUES TRAVELER'S CHECKI GOOD N ALL PARTS
HAS A REGULAR SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Three Per Cent Intcresl Paid on favlha:s and Tim Deposit
Vith ample working capital, exceptional colUction, arrange
oints, and a thoroughly organized office system this bank
has the ability and disposition to extend to its customers
ivery facility warranted by safe, conserration banking.
Three per cent interest on Time Certificates of
BAIJfK OF HOPKINSVILLE
Nat Gaith'er, President; J. E. McPherson, Cashier;
H. L McPherson, Ast. Cashier.