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title: 'Hopkinsville Kentuckian. (Hopkinsville, Ky.) 1889-1918, November 23, 1912, Page 2, Image 2',
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nOPKINSVlLLfc EBfTUCtAAlt, NOVEMBER !
listed By Gov. McCreary Call
On Kentuckians To Ob
serve Thursday Nov. 28.
Gov. McCreary has issued the fol
lowing ThankHgiving proclamation:
"With love and veneration we should
cffer praise and thanks to Gud for
Ihe manifold blessings conferred up
on us, and unite in earnest suppli
cation for their continuance.
"The year now drawing to a close
lias been couspicious and notable.
Our Republic has been at peace with
the whole world; our state has had
rich harvests, productive industries,
happy and contented people; abund
ance at home and overflowing mark
et; law and order have been pre
served, the glorious heritage of self
government has not been impaired,
but strengthened; and wherever1 wo
may think we have abundance cause
for satisfaction and gratitude to
"Wherefore, I, James B. Mc
Cruary, Governor of the Common
weal th of Kentucky, designate
Thursday, the 28th day of November,
1912, as Thanksgiving day, and call
upon all the people of Kentucky to
give thanks and praise to God for
blessings He has conferred upon us
and to humbly beseech a continuance
of his great mercies.
"In testimony whereof 1 have
caused those letters to be made
patent and the seal of the Common
wealth of Kentucky to be hereunto
affixed. Done at Frankfort, the
12th day of November, in the year
of our Lord, one thousand nine
hundred and twelve, and in the one
hundred and twenty first year of the
"JAMES B. McCREARY,
"C. P. CRECELIU3,
"Secretary of State.
By W. L. GEIGER,
"Assistant Secretary of State."
Christian Circuit Court, Kentucky.
D. T. Craner & B. J. Cranor )
Authur Belle Armstrong, etal )
By Virtue of a Judgment and Or
der of Sale of the Christian Circuit
Court, rendered at the September
Term thereof, 1912 in the above
cause, I shall proceed to offer for
sale, at the Court Hou3o door in
Hopkinsville, Ky., to the highest and
best bidder, at Public Auction, on
;.f. . , '
t-f.' V V
Sto Broke Dm Ktirly
LmIi, W. V.-Mr. To TJ1U,
of thto pte, my: "I hmd b n
troubled with womanly ilMfit8 for
some time, and at laat I brfc down
entirely. I o t &o weak I could
scarcely walk across the room.
Thanks to Cardui. I improved right-'
off. Now I do my housework, mm!
am feeling well." During tfie past
50 yearB, morelhana million women
have been benefited by taking Car
dui. You must belieye that Cardui
will help you, too, since it helped all
these others. Cardui is a safe harm
less, vegetable remedy, of positive,
curative merit, for women At all
drug stores. Try one bottle. It
will surely help you.
Monday, the 2nd day of Dec, 1912,
between the hours of 11 n. m. and
1 p. m., (being County Court day),
upon a credit of six months, the fol
lowing described property, to-wit:
Said tracts of land ordered- to be
sold are described as follows:
"Tract No. 1. Beginning at a
black gum at a spring, Beason
Long's corner, thence with Long's
line S. 5 W- 14 poles to a' white oak
stump with a black walnut and black
gum marked as pointers on the bank
of a branch; thence with another of
Long's courses S. 42 E. 20 poles to a
white oak 3tump with pointers on
the S. W. side of the branch; thence
S. 70 W. 26 poles to a stake in the
corner of the field, Long's cor.ner;
thence with another one of his lines
S. 36 E'. 14 poles to a stake near a
sugar tree and red oak on the N.
side of an old field; thence with
another one of said Long's lines S.
66 E. 80 poles to a black gum, anoth
er of said Long's corners; thence S.
41 E. 6 poles to three dog-woods;
thence S. 55 E. 10 poles to a stone
on the E. side of a branch in said
Long's line; thepce down the branch
with its meanders thereof N. 13i
poles to two Elms on the branch;
thence N. 47 W. 56 poles to an Elm
a few feet E. of the junction of two
branches; thence down the main
branch S. 20 W. 46 poles to a dog
wood and hickory on the S. side of
the White Thorn Fork of Tradewa
ter River; thence up the creek with
its meanders N. 45 E. 30 poles to a
stake in if road with a white oak
on S. side of said road and a sugar
tree on N. side marked as pointers;
thence N. 55 E. 62 poles to a stake;
thence due east 29 poles to a stake
in the branch; thence N. 85 E. 22
poles to a stake; theiice due E. 29
poles to an Ash in the creek (not
marked) thence N 7ti&. E. 23 poles
to three post oaks, Jennie Brasher's
corner, thence with the original line
N. 1 E. 10 poles to a post oak, the!
To My FriendsFand tlie Public
U Your attention for just a minute. .
f To a young man who like me hasjiis own way to make in the world, and!
no capital, the confidence and loyalty of his friends' is a large part dfl
his stock in trade. - s.
H I've a watch maker's diploma and I have been given the management of;'
the Jewelry Department of the Blorbes Manufacturing Co., Incorpor:
ated, with the understanding that the success of that department!
means my advancement.
H The jewelry business is built up on integrity. .
If I know the reputation of my firm has stood this test and I shall Btrive to
merit the same confidence of the public. . , '
U I find myself in charge of a beautiful and well stocked store and now
Look mv frlpnrla nnrl tho miVillc tr m'nrolv ovn ma a nVinro nnrl T nrnmlsat
' "tw- 11 "VI
1 itU JUOtllJ' U1UI CUUllUCIlbD UI1U JittklUUHBC
orifinai beginning corner; Uwmce
with th old M SI 88 W. 210 polos,
(old call) to a port oak; the S. 5
K. 60 polff to a whiU oak; thane 3.
67 E. 16 poloa to a wMtotafc; thonet
S, 86 E. 96 poloa to tba lMtomnff,
containing 93 aero.
TMfl being the aeme tract or par
eel of land conveyed to Joan W.
Armstrong, and of record in the
Christian County Court Clerk's office
in deed book No. 56 at page 14,
Tract No. 2 Beginning at a stone
with a white oak and hickory point
ers, near a drain, Matthew's Arm
strong corner, also corner. 'to J. W.
Armstrong's home survey: thence
with a new line S. 54 W 42 poles to
a post oak marked with a knife;
thence N. 60 1-4 W. 20'ipoles to a
stake on the E. Side of'-a branch
with white oak and hickory pointers;
thence down the branch ,N. 4 W.
46 poles to a stake in the branch
with three gums marked s pointers
in the lino'of Said Armstrong's line
of his home survey; thence with the
line thereof S. 66 E. 45-i poles to a
blackgum; thence S. 4&-h E. 15-J
poles to the beginning; containing 11
This being the same tract of land
conveyed to John W, Armstrong by
deed, which is. of rdc'ord in the
Christian County Court Clerk's
office in deed book' Npl70 at page
Tract No. 3 Beginning at a white
oak stump on the S. W. side of a
branch corner to the survey of said
Armstrong; thence with the lines
thereof, a. 70 U. zb poles ,to a stake
in the corner of the field; thence S
36 E. 14 poles to a stake near a sugar
tree and red oak on the N. W. side
of an old field; thence S. 66 E. 35
poles to a stake in the branch with
three sweet gums marked as point
ers; thenee 3. 41 E. 46 poles to a
white oak and hickory in the drain;
thence S. 60& E. 20 poles to a post
oak; thence N 50 E. 42 poles to a
hickory and white oak near a drain;
corner to survey bolonging to the
heirs of Matthew Armstrong, de
ceased; thence with the line thereof
S. 49 E. 42 poles to a stone, corner
to Clemmons survey in the Crofton
and Consolation Road; thence with
said road S. 43 W. 81 poles to a
stone, another one of Clemmons cor
ners; thence 86& poles to a stone in
said road, corner to Beason Long's,
thence with this line N. 3.E. 90 poles
to a stake and pointers in the branch;
thence down the branch !N. 22 W,
56 poles to the beginning, containing
65 acres more or less. ' sl.f
This being the same tract or par
eel of land that was conveyed to
John W, Armstrong, dfeeased, -thy
deed of record in the office of the
Christian Court Clerk in deed book
No. 88 page 337.
Or anffldent thereof to produce
the turns of money ordered to be
made, amounting to t
Sola mada for division and distri
batkau For the parchaee pffce, the
parchaooT moot execute bond with
approved surety or auretiei, Waring4
fegd interest from the day of; tale
until paid and having the force and
effect of a Replevin Bond. Bidders
will be prepared to comply promptly
with theee terms.
' LUCIAN H. DAVIS,.
W, T. FOWLER,,
. a ,
, -y (Advertisements.)
We are prepared to do all kinds of
high-grade job printing. Try us.
See J. H. Daggfor contracting
ouilding and general' repair wprk of
all kindd. Phoned. .
If you have a house pr building of
any kind that you want moved see
R. G. Lawson or call Cumberland
5 Percent Money To Loan.
On GoodSouth Christian Land 5
year! time. ,
J. B. Allensworth, Atty.,
Office Phone 267-2. Res. 742.
Dwelling and store room attached,
on Durrett's avenue, for ilsale .or,
trade on terms to suit the purchaser;.:
B. D. MOORE,
R. 3, Hopkinsville, Ky. v
Both state and county, are due.
Pay now and avoid the heavy penal-1
ties which will he aaaea alter .Nov
LOW JOHNSON. Sheriff.
T. S. Knight & Co.
Rbal Estate Loas
nnrl TncnrnnPA fvffl pft
allU. JUbUldUUO. lliUt7
Go U.T "fc
Proof to the Contrary.
"I understand that a number of wo
men have learned to smoke cigars,"
Bald tho frivolous observer. "I don't
helievo, it," repliod Mr. Meekton. "Tho
kind of cigars womon buy nobody
FORM NO. 27
Mitt ft tfe Postal StTitgi
The fe-lkmlng eircttitt concerning
poetal aaviiigaaonda to be tatted
January 1, 1913, has been received
by PostmaaAr Williamson:
"Applications for bonds ..may be
received from depositors up to and
including December 2nd, and when
received should be forwarded to tlifn
office immediately. Application
fprwarded after thut date will not
be accepted for bonds of this issut ;
As a check against loss In the maiif,
you are directed to forward at the
close of business on December 2.
1912, a statement showing thonatru-s.
of all applicants and the total amount
of bonds applied for. or, if no nppii
cation has been received, a repcrt ti
that effect. '
"The postrnaster should verify the
names Of applicants as given in inch
letter of acknowledgment from, tjra
office and immediately report' ainy
errors; N v
"When postal savings certificates
are endorsed and surrendered with
ari application for posial savings
bonds the postmaster . must use as
great care to identify the -depositor
as if the certificates were to be paid
in cash. ' ' v
"To. facilitate the recording f
the applicatibns great care shou'd be
taken to see that Form 309 is com
pletely and correctly filled in; that
the, proper amount of certificates of
deposit accompany the application?;
and that the endorsements nnrrs.
jpond to the riamd on the face of tut
v' VThe street address of the appli
cant or the words "No street ad
dress" mu?t be inserted below the
"The bonds will not be available
for delivery until a month or more
--' J m.w. a IUUUI1I Ul III U If
after january i, lyl3 but wil, beBJ,
interest from that date."
At an examination held in a junior
school a composition on cats was Bet
One young hopeful wrote the follow
ing: "Cats that's made for little
boys and girls to maul Is called "Mal
tese" cats. Some cats are known by
' their queer purr; these are called
."Purrslan" rats. Others with very
Turrsian" cats. Others with very
k temPers are known" as "An-.
gorie" cats. Cats with deop feelings
are called "Feline" cats. Very fine
cats are called "Magnificats."
The state of Minnesota objects
strenuously to such a serious offense
as hugging a girl if the girl objects.
But how in tho world is a body going
to And out' whether or not the girl real
ly objects?-Youngstown Telegram.
Low Rate of interest
W6 tre in position to male
loans on improved farm landa
irl Christte county, in an
sum, $3,000; or over, on shof
notice. Your note will reaol
to be repaid "at the end of
Uiij yfeiv. with-the privilege
f yi?iiH, 5100 or rnore at
iheertd;(i. tne first year and
onJ.any interest period there
after. ' .
X IB GRAVES -&S0M,
. t TRENTON, KY.
C O. Witt&rr ' , J. C. .Johnson
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
Special Attention Given Farm
IMPURE WHISK Y a
Mellow as moon
light, pure as sun
light, rich as gold.
An honest whisky
blM in intention, method
of making, aging
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PS? WH uuvwui&,
Nashville, Tcnn. .
G o A Dickel&
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kMAjj OVER 6G YEARS'
1 nAuE mmi
Anyone lending a skelrti and description mar
qnlcklr aacerUlu our oplnlou free whether an
lilTeniion ! prouioi J puiBiiminu .
tlona trictlr conlldontlal HANDftOOK
tout free. Oldest asencr tor ecur(ntf pateim.
I'utonls taken through Uuon A Co, recelre.
ncclal notice, without charge, la tba
A handfomelr Uluatrated weekly. Lariteet cir
culation of any nclentHc louiual. Termi, (3 a
year : (our tuonthi, II. Hold bjaJl newadealora.
MUNN I Co ' r. New York
Braocti 0c, WS'Bt.Waabkiatoa.D.U.
"For many yeara 1 waa troubled, in
splto of all o-called remedies Iused.
At last I found quick relief andcure
lu those ind, yet thorough and
( DR. KITO'S
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