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GO TO im OLD RELIABLE
M. D. KELLY
to haveO eyes examined and
fitted with correct glass; also
your fine watch honestly and
intelligently repaired. Is al
ways up. to date with the best
instruments and methods. Over
90 years' n optician and jewler,
25 Year a graduate Op
tometrist. No. S North Main Itreat,
Ofp. Court House.
Tw Merry Tramps.
Of "Two Merry Tramps," many
pkssing things have been sakt by
the critics, not only in the larger
cities but in the night Btandsas Well,
during the past season where "Two'
Merry Tramps" have been present
ed, about Wood it Ward's pcoduc-
ttofl, the play being strictly a must-1
cal comedy with three acts and a
bevy of pretty girls.
COOK'S DRUG STORE
The title of the piece is somewh t
misleading, but it is eely the title.
llj. HOPKINSVILLE, KY. J 11
V U Is the ' . '
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for from the ries to the fall of the
THE COLDEST SODA
THE PUREST DRUGS
IKE SWEETEST CANDY
Come to See Us We
Want Your Business.
Cor. Ninth and Main Sts.
See That Curve?
wear the old Flat Lens when you
can et our new
WIDE ANCLE LENSES?
Can't you Bee that this lens Rives
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 eye?.
No Waiting. Can deliver glasses
same day order is left. Come in
and let Us explain why this lens is
S.H. HORNER, Optometrist
curtain it is just one of th clean
j oiliest and liveliest ceraedie taat l
has enlivened the rauekal fieW. The
comedy is natural, the music catehv.
the scenery magnificent, the cos
tumes gorgeous and the cast all that
This attraction will be the offer
ing at Holland's Opera House, Wed
nesday, Nov. 20. .
R. C. HARDWICK,
Manuf'g1. Jeweler and Optician.
Mr. and Mrs Johnson Chapman wilj
give in marriage their sister
Miss Mary Susie Carr
Mr.Daniel Bryan Owsley on Wednes
day afternoon, the fourth of
December nineteen hun
dred and twelve at
First Methodist church Blytheville,
The honor of your presence is I
At home after December the
twenty-first, Mt. Vernon.Illinois.
Cards as above have been issued
telling of the approaching marriage
of a Hopkmsville boy to a "'Bethel
Girl," one of the brightest and most
attractive members of the alumnae
of that. institution; She graduated
with the degree of M. A. two or
three years ago and is pleasantly
remembered here by many friendp.
The groom-tc-be is the oldest son of
Mrs. Fannie M. Owsley, and is a
popular young traveling man.
The General Association of Bap
tists at Madisonville adjourned
Thursday. Hopkinsville and Chris
tian county were well represented.
Among those present were Rv. and I
Mrs. C. M. Thompson, Rev. and Mrs
E. J. Weller. Rev. L. B. English.
Mr. and Mrs J. S Quarles. Mr nnri
Mrs. Geo. D. Dalton, Mr. and Mrs.
G. H. Stowe. Paul Winn, H. H.
Abernathy. H. H. Adams, Bilv
Waller, John T. Waller, Rev. E. W.
Barnett, Lyman McComfe, W. E Al
len, H. W. Boxley, Mrs. J- T. Wb1I
Mrs. una Breathitt, Mrs. Nick Sa
lee, Misses SalliH Campbell, Eiz-
Deth Lrarrott and Carrie Baker.
And all other
Men Who Know
$18.50 to $30 Suits
is the price at which we sell this world's celebrated
clothing for men of all ages, and in a range of styles to
suit every taste.
Our assortment of styles and fabrics is a veritable
style show. Come in if just to acquaint yourself with
$12.50 to $17.50 Suits
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-those are the prices for our own FRANKEL'S WORTHMORTC. fhnirp ai iiYu- 1)
as prpud of them as we are. ' - ' . :
Theif comparative value is readily to be seen when you realize that these suits bear the
v. same guarantee as our famous H. S. & M. garments; namely, "IT for any reasonarry Suit or
Overcoat should not prove entirely satisfactory, bring it back and we will replace it free of charge "
Overcoats $12.50 Up
All the styles all the fabrics everv wanted' size-vand .Priori iravrrianf rJMi'KV., j
by the manufacturers and by FRANKEL'S. ' " , s-uuy Ba
With' ample working capital, exceptional collection arrange
ments, and a thorouehlv organized office svstem this hanb
hafc.'the ability and disposition to extend to its customers
Triree per' cent interest on Time Certificates of
u ' deposit.
AN. OF EOPEINSYILLE
Nat Grt'iVtier, President; J. E. McPherson, Cashier; '
H. L McPherson, Asst. Cashier.
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This store- is the home of Hart Schaff ner & Marx Clothes, Fiorsheim Shoes, Stetson andKtfox 'Hats Wilson
Bros Shirts, Mentor and Mnsing Underwear for Men, Women and Children. VQnvx" TTncW,, fL-
Women artd Children. . " ,
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TFN DAYS SAI T1?irn?3?f P"11 & Noiirae, No. 3 South MainSfcHopkiel.Ky.i
aj-ji i tniu Kjr-Ed. will be dissolved, and their large stock, consisting of $35f000vworth of-
MEN'S' AND BOY'S CLOTHING, MEN'S, WOMEN'S A D CHILDREN'S SHOES, MEN'S FURNISHING
GQODS, will be sold at Reduced Prices, Mow is the li1g't6i"yourWlnter Overcoat or Suit, aid Shoes for
the a.rpily. You can save money. r ' ...
Nov. 20th -ZQH
N&;"3SO. MAIST., GREEN
NOURSE HOPKINSVILLE, KY.