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dfOPKlMSYlLLr tJTSTlXK AN MRU...! 1 21
For Holiday Goods,
flFor Cut Glass,
For Huyler's Candies.
R-wrt of union ly the Planteri
Pmteciivf? Ai30cla'i'n of Kentucky
and Tnnes!ee, for the week endintr
Saturday, nnd for the Reason to date:
This VVetk. Total
g PURELY PHBONAL
Clarksvil r 198
Totil. sales. ,
Believing that her mother,
, Cd. Atkin, a
f Atlanta, G wat tft
Frank Hoge Tuesday.
Mm. Nannie Trie Km rstsrnd
16 013 frofn v,8it t0 Princeton.
11.679 Dr. J. A. Wall, of St. Louis, is
5.626 1 vieltlngr his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
I J. T. WmII 1.
33,318 ...7 ,
j.uage -vauer &.nifnc iejc tu waay
nlfht for Illinois, to b abent' for
th. remainder of the weeJt.-,
Was Unm hi Sett DefM.
S . was atnut to enter her berth to a who had been iMtiug her sister.
m. 10 . u.h and Main Xt 'SJh hr w.,tto i,
. .... rent n Mrs, Victor Housto and little
' ' . daughter, of Los Angeles, Calif or-
in m il in in 11 1 in in 11 .iiini 1 , rm 1 h 1 . , . 1 , .
i'I. MA... .i I -t.- m 1 , Into BrftCvruntaH t r atiun Tnnpiliitr
auiio 01 vino, Cll' 01 XOICUO, ( I " rvwu IU nillfc jLuccunj
-GO TO THE OLD RELIABLE
M. D KELLY
to-bavevour eves ex&minori anil
iStted with correct classes: nlso
laraarfine watch honestly and
intelligently repaired. Is al
ways up to date with th heat
: instruments and methods. Ovsr
f-30 years an optician and jewler,
225 Years a graduate Op-
Mo. 8 North JV?atn Stroet.
$ Opp. Court House.
The examinlrwr trial of Constab'e
Djck Adock, ho shot and killed
Charles Burfi, a negro, at Herndon
Saturday night, wae held yesterday
before Esq J. M. Morris, in the ab
aec of County Judge Knight.
After hearing the evidence Mr. Ad
cock was discharged, the testimony
showing that the officer acted in
i.ucas county. 1 :.u . iu 1 -J..
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ho la I mim "uuato"' 8lalKr
Jr&.8 Cheney Mrs. H. W. Tibbs.
& Co.. dolnir business in thn citv nr tv. I
ledo, County and State . aforesaid, nnd G. R. MpClpllan
he city. ' He is manag
sale being,, put on by
Green & Nours6.
H thnt Bald Arm will nv th sum nf' rtirr
I. HUNDRED DOLLARS for each nnd ev- Maine, is in
f. cry case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured . , .
. by tho USO of HALL'S CATARRH CURE, facf the DIPT
J iHlAmt J. CHENEY.
Sworn to beforo mo nnd subscribed In
-. 'yfrwC Vl" "a Ul c.uUUr. MrS Jameg K prAnc(n after a
A WNaryAfflc. visit to her parents Judge and Mrs,
" ai1 Catarrh Cure Is taken internally C. H. Bush, left for her home in
and acts directly upon tho blood nnd mu- . ,
, , cous surfaces of tho system. Send for ban Diego, Lulifomia, last Monday,
testimonials, free. ijol .11 ,
F. J. CHENET ffiiCO., Toledo. O. Juuxo ouan aucompanieu ner aa jar
Sold by all Druggists. 73c. . a3 Fill t hn
Stood Too (We.
Jai-jNamtl Art. Stenm'l fnhfifo PhLNfmpI ?r.Pnnil nnH W. W. Millip;an. a Jacksonville.
fcPi. v.o iu;-t 1 1 Oi.l .-i . Ala,, merchant, caught his night
"""uv x" v ui-xtunei lvjuJbi-uine OUJUCHH lume in sh rt on fire from an onen prate an!
aind Lot k Them Over.
was burned to death.
Xou will bag the game th'rt jers up if you buy your gun
amd amminiiipn from us. or tr ns are true 10 aim; our
shells are carefully loader, See our 20 Guage Guns We
.also .have aJl size;? of shollr. Everything you want in
PLANTERS HARDWARE CO.
f " ' 1
AlJl A ...t
u i.v$6j UOJ OU
WE INVITE N OU (
To join us in business.
We can . ht-Jp each other
We seek in every way to
maintain the standard of
careful atrention to the
interests of our customers.
See That -Curve?
wear the old Mat, Lena when you
can get our new
WIDE ANCLE LENSES?
Can't you nee that this lens ives
you a much wider vision?
If you have Flat lenses and are
satisfied can duplicate them in
to thia new lens without examining-
No WAiTiNG.'Can deliver glasses
same h.v nrrier is left. Come in
arid Iff us txpiain why this lens is
S.H. HORNER, Optometrist
R. C. TFARDWICK,
Mancl'v. J.'vVeler hi d Opucian.
A BURKING SUBJECT I
W. T. TANDY. President,
JNO B. TRIUE, Vice Prest.
IRA L. SMITH. Cashier,
J. A BROWNING. JR.. Asst.CaBh
PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON TIWIE DEPOSITS
I 137 MaeMMRM
HOPKINSVILLE - - - KENTUCKY,
UNITED STATES DEPOSBTAftY
Only National Dank In This CQmmunlty.
Stockholders' Liability , , ,76.000.00
ISSUES TRAVELER'S CHECKS GOOD IN ALL f ArS
OF THE W0HI.D.
HAS A REM;i,4l SAVIN6S DEPARTWEK1
Nf Otia0jirt PM an f avks arid Tim OfK t
I WE ARE THE PEOPLE WHO
WHAT'S WHAT? .
.'With Cnnl.Sttouid Fill, Yuur Bin
Before Cold Weather Sf tleslr.
THE COAL WE SELL IS THE
BEST THAT'S MINED. AND
THAT YOU KNOW I$THE
FILL UP YOtffl Biffs,
0c hnd Yarda 7th fUU Bta.
Pembroke R. F. D. No. 3.
Mrs, H. H. Fulcher and daughter,
Pauline, attended preaching at Fair
Miss Bettio Morton visited the
family of James Terrill Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Bell attended
preaching at E'kton Thursday night
of last week. j
Mr. and Mrs. John McCarley, of
Pembroke, spent Frfday of last week
with the family of. J; W. Fulcher.
J. W. Petrie was a'gqest at J. E.
Mr. and MrsEd Wade attended
preaching at Fairview Sunday.
Mrs. J. B. Johnson spent Satur
day at Fairview.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mayward, of
near Elkton, were "visitors at H. H.
Fulcher's Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Ned Thompson, of Trenton,
was in this vicinity last week buying
People are taking advantage of
this pretty weather to gather corn.
Lon Lycan went to Nashville this
Mrs. Oliver O'Neal, of. Chattanoo
ga, is the guest of Mrs. Ed. L.
Born to the wife of R F. Harris,
Monday night, a fine 10 pound boy
and his name is "Billy."
E. C. Wyatt has sold part of the
R. J. Cooper farm to John Hancock?
The price was $65 per aore.
The Lafayettu lc' and E'ectric C .
is expecting to sel its plant between
now and the first of next year.
J. W. Richards, of Tennessee, has
let afcontractjo' R.' IV "Darhall to
buiid a $2,000 bungalow. The bui it?
ing is to be completed thiV year.
My Stock of New Furs Just Iri! $
Big Assortment in .
Fut Sets! Extra
Neck Pieces. Extra. Huffs
Children's Fur Sets)
Be sure you see my line and get my
prices before buying. r
T. M. JONES,
Buckwheat Cakes and
All justarrived$and will, be. al good addition to'tyour
'"X.'jf .- morning meal.
W, T. COOPER & CO. J
WHOLESALE AN U REfAlL GflOCERSr
Schedulp for killing hogs:
150 to 200 lbs 30c each
200 to 300 ibs.T. ,35c each
800 to 400 lbs...; 40c each
400 to 500, lbs 50c eijch
The fat taken off free of charge
We guarantee our work to be satis
factory or no charge. ' -1
HOPKINSVILLE ABATTOIR CO
Nearly 97, Bushels.
Robert Hughes, Jr.; of Cot-ydo
is tne champion corn grower of
Hftideraon, in ho boya' contest. He
grew 96 bushels and 40 pounds i
one acre ?ultivuud. This in i 'it
best yield reported 'by any ciU'ity
(Eye, Eur, Nose and l'limni )
Ten persona wre drowned when
the steamer Maj flower foundered iri
the Madawaska River, near Barry'H
Bay, in Canada.
Bring your,tobacco in and have it
stripped ready for market. Will
strip and deliver to anv factory in
town. F. H. DUNCAN,
8tn Sc.. Near L. & N. R. R.
Open Next Year.
'The Panama Canal Commission
made public jts report to the Presi
dent for the fiscal j ear ended. The
report recites in detail the expendi
tures, progress ai.d expectation of
the coinmiBsion, wjth. the statement
that a trial trip will be. made
through the cauul next summer.
Get your Job, Prii doae.at thic
ow DaylgM fiot Into The Subway
Ask Us To Tell You How It Was Done With
irv ER Y
BLAliK HARDWARE CO.
vith ample wot king capital, exceptional collection arrangrf
rionts, and a thoroughly orgoized office system thia bank
ius th6 ability and disposition to extend t its customeri
very facility warranted by safe, cdniJMTatltn banking.
Three per cnt interest on Timt Certificilis oL
BANK OF HOPKINSVIUiE
Nxt Gaitktr, President; J. S. McPberson, CiBtom;
H. L, BIcPhsrion, Asst. CaaUsr. '