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Mr. Abe Solomon
DenwcratsTkas Ejected Tfceir
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Candidate for Goyenwr
of New Hampshire 1
WITH BULL MOOSE HELP.
WE ARE THE PEOPLE WHO
With Coal Should Fill Your Bin
QMkore Cold Weather Settles In.
THE COAL WE SELL IS THE
BEST THAT'S MINED. AND
THAT YOU KNOW IS THE
FILL UP YOUR BINS.
Office and Yards 7th & Railroad Sts.
Home Phone 1344, 'Cumb. Photic 168.
d Flat Lena when you
can get our new
IDE ANCLE LENSES?
an't you see that this lens ctves
you a much wider vision?
If you have Flat lenses und are
satisfied wecun duplicate them ii.
to this new lens without examin
ing: the eyes.
No Waiting. Can deliver glasses
same day order is left. Come in
and let us explain why this lens is
S.H. HORNER, Optometrist
R. C. HARDWICK,
Manuf'g. Jeweler and Optician.
GO TO THE OLD RELIABLE
M. D. KELLY
to haveyour eyes examined and
fitted with correct glasses; also
your fine watch honestly and
intelligently repaired. Is aP
ways up to date with the best
instruments nnd methods. Over
30 years an optician and jewler,
25 Years a graduate Op
tometrist No 8 North Main Street,
Opp. Court House.
1 For Holiday Goods,
For Cut Glass,
Por Huyler's Can
dies. N. iV- Cor. 9th and Main
Progressive Chose Speaker of
Lower Hove by the Sams
Concord, N. H Jan. 3. The New
Hampshire legislature in joint con
vention elected as governor Samuel
D. Felkner. the democratic candi
date at the last election. He re
ceived 222 votes to 191 for Franklin
Worcester, pf Hollis, republican,
twenty-six progressives voting, with
The deadlock in the house of rep
resentatives was broken by the elec
tion of William J. Britton as speak
er, tie was the candidate ot the
progressives and yesterday, received
but thirty votes as against 184 for
the republican candidate and 183 for
the democratic. The latter with
drew, and Britton received 227
(Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat)
BRYAN TO BE
SEC. OF STATE
Nebraskan Tells News Himself
To Friends In Congress
Suspected Some Time.
Washington, D. C. Jan 1. W. J.
Bryan has been offered and has ac
Cipted the office of secretary of state
in the Wilson cabinet.
It has been known for some timfe
that he would bfr offered the prem
iership and that he would accept,
but not until today did it become
known in Washington that this ar
rangement has been actually cor
summated. The news came from
Mr. Bryan himself to friends in con
gress. Now the secretaryship of state
has been disposed of, President-elect
Wilson will devote his attention to
framing the remainder of the cabi
net He has asked Mr, Bryan's
advice as to timber for the other
j Smithson & Everitt, j
j FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
CHANGE OF MANAGERS
At The Model Laundry Made
A change in the management of
the Model Steam Laundry went info
effect the first day of the new year.
W. H Pritchett, who came here
and assumed the generul manage
ment of the laundry when it began
operations two years ago, and who
owned stock in the company, has
disposed of his holdings and resigned
his position. He is succeeded by A.
P. Steele, of Princeton, who has al
ready entered upon his duties. Mr.
Pritchett will remain here for a
short time to assist Mr Steele in
learning the run of things and will
then embark in other business, the
nature of which ho has not determ
ined. He haa several offers before
him. Ho has many friends here
who hope he will find his way clear
to remain a citizen of Hopkinsville.
The organized, militia has 9,142
officers and 112,710 men, and in
crease of 3,864, according to the an
nual report made public yesterday
by Brig. Gen. Mills chief of the
Division of Militia Affairs.
The first lot of dining chairs were
all sold. Hew lot will arrive Mon
I Forbes Manufacturing
AE beg to advise that Mr. Abe
soiomon, representing one oif
the biggest wholesale jewelry firms m ,
the country, is with us again for thelv
holiday trade. " - . ' t :
He has $40,000.00 worth ogood5
with him on display
The public appreciates the advant-"
age this gives them.
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To Our Friends
We wish to thank you, one and all, for your liber
al patronage given us in the year 1912 and wish
to assure you' that our business career in Hop5
kinsville has far surpassed our greatest expec-
tations and we hope to be able to show our
appreciation by giving our friends better goods
at lower prices this year than we ever have. We
have had a small army of mechanics at work on
our adjoining room and in a very short time
hope to be able to invite you to see our modern
and up-to-date department store. Thanking
you in advance for your patronage and wishing
you a prosperous new year, "
We are Yours Truly j
O. .G. Sprouse Company
at our store., t' .v
Please call and.
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