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JUYOR MEACHAM'S MESSAGE.
kind sfftat th-e city during th
Tho only suits tried hve bti
by tho city. Several new suits
srnre filed last fall that have not
.jjessna up in court. Two of these arc
V W. T. Tandy and W. T. Cooper
Jot $10,000 each, f 6r damasrei grow
ing but of tho raid on tho city by
mi organized mob five years ago.
, -Other minor suits have been brought
wr damages to the property by al
Wed defective drainage. If any
'the suits should assume an im
v "Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any caso ot Catarrh that
cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh
P. J. CHENEy & CO.. Toledo, O.
T7c. t'.:a urtdewlRned. havo known P. 3.
Cheney lor tho laat 15 years, and believe
Mm perfectly honorable In nil business
Jransi-tlcms and financially able to csrry
eut any obligations mado by his Arm.
.'ATIOXAX. BANK OP COMMENCE.
Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken Internally,
xic.ing directly upon the blood and mu
roua surfaces ot tho system. Testimonials
-nt free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold
alio Ilall'a Family Fills for constipation.
portaaca that th dtr aitorrnqr
should feal the naad of asaistanca
I shall com m anient tout fact to
your honorable body with the
recommendation that yo an
assistant to the city attorney for th
year 1913, to render legal services
in the higher courts only, as as
THE COLLECTOR'S OFFICE.
Mr. John W. Richards, Collector
of Taxes, has mndo a most capable
officer and it is largely duo to his
good work that the city's finances
are in such a satisfactory condition.
There is a considerable amount due
the city in delinquent taxes for the
years 1908 and 1909. The books for
these years should be called in and
a full settlement made. Likewise
the books for 1910 and 1911 which
have been more closely collected.
These. books and the delinquent list
of 1912 should be placed in the same
hands and a sale of property adver
tised before April 1, 1913, when the
five-year limit will bar further
efforts to collect the 1903 taxes.
This is very important,
THE DUST PROBLEM.
During the year $1,895 81 was ex
pended for oil on the streets and
$1 179 10 was patyl by a portion of
the oiUaens, some rcfaaing to pay
and other faiNna- to do so alter Wav
ing the all spread in front of thbr
property. The Cawieil undertook
to oil the buenaaas section but
met with reaiatanaal on the part of
soma of'the nsercnaaVts and Anally
compromised by Bpffakling, some of
the streets with water, at an ex
pense dating tho amson of abotu
$800. This expenditure of $1500
for the two mothods waa a very ex
pensive luxury for the city, which
left the advocates of both method
dissatisfied. This year I recommend
that the streets be sweet and. not
Bpr foiled or oiled at paMe 'expense,
For the ensuing year I would re
apeetfaUy wake the following re
1. The extension of the system of
permanent street! inthe business
2. The improvement ef the parks,
not only those having special funds,
but the smaller ones as well.
3. The erection of a public vault
and chapel in Riverside Cemetery.
4. The extension of the license
THE BRIGHTEST BOOK OF 1913
Bob Taylor's Lectures, Vol. I.
The Life of the Late Senator
Robert Love Taylor, Vol. II.
The sale will likely reach a half million. Send me your order quickly.and
it shall be filled from the first edition of 30,000. Whether in politics or, on
the platlorm, He was the orator otthe South and an orator of the Nation.
Prices by mail postpaid, Cloth $2.00 per Vol.
Half Morocco 2.75 per Vol.
De Luxe 5.50 per Vol.
Address A. N. ESrVlWAN, SPECIAL DIRECTOR, Nashville, Tenn.
' system to include many lines of bosf
inem paying no licenses under the
present ordinance, though doing
bUiitHMs seven days ta the week.
5. ImpotMMft In fttMaaetel syt
turn and retrenchment in expenses.
6. Require ht'Uf und maredcr
tfttlfd repoets froavhaaent af depart
tnenta. ' v' - - - '-'
7 Inventory bf.all city property
to be taken this month in ordr that
there may be a retard of tho city's
I 8 To comptsl the Illinois Central
, Railroad Ce. to compiy with the cm
ditiofM of Section 5 of city's grant of
Aug, 31, 1881, fur the use wL certain
streeu aMl;ie pay f ecthe sewer under
Ttjnth sit west of Water scraat
under penalty of a revocation of
9, Require every street in the
city to be officially, inspected once a
week and a report made in writing
of streets and sewer repairs needed
e ach month, to. the Street Com mi' -tee
before its regular meeting
10, .Encourage the establishment
of a "White Way." j
11, Secure an estimate of the1
coL of erecting a concrete bridge at
tie foot of Ninth street, opening a
street west of the river at Mercer
12. Take tr p to widen Mereer
siravt to 49 fact as. provided ra Hal
plat, the Tabfrnacle propprtv en
croaching upon thf stre 1 10 Uf or
more. The fencifihou d beset back
to true walls of the Tubprnftciu.
Instruct ilieCity Attorney
enfnree the eir?'a Hen for eorcrete
1 skhrwHlkw Mlid paved" streets sgafnn
Itheao.ct.llod'Y.Hl. C, A., bulldim-,
1 by a suit to collect about $150 clue
the city. This building should bo
put ts the use Inter dad, or sold and
the money donated returned to the
contributors, Hopkinsville is no
place fur an unfinished building sev
en years old, exempted from tairet
and uatd for commercial purposes,
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The retail pr ee in Hopkinsville is
22J cents a gallon.
(Eye, Ear, Nof and Throat)
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Storm Fronts For Your Buggy. Horse
Blankets That Keep Your Horse ;
Dry and Warm.
AND FEED HIM DR. HESS' STOCK -D
WHUNUHT ! WE
HAVE ALL TBfitWEST
know that its delicious flavor
is beyond comparison. Fiad
out for yourself. Order from
W. H COBB & CO.
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Lanterns that make light. Foot Warmers and Leggins.
Don't forget the Genuine American Woven Wire Fence
and Swel Fence Post Buy now. y
PLANTERS HARDWARE CO.
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None Sent on Approval
No Telephone Orders!
- Purchases of $20 00 or over sejit
by Parcels Post in Zone .No. 1
We haven't quite finished our inventory, which is evidence that we have the largest stock of Merchandise in Hopkinsville. but the deoirtmait thahwe'fiaishd are
prepared to make MID-WINTER CLEARA.NCE PRICES as follows:
Women's Ready-to -wear Millinery
dC; QEJ or Suits worth up to $15 00, all Wool,
tpuwu Serges and Manise Mixtures, Satin lin
ed, Sizes 14, 16 and 40 to 42.
do For Suits worth up to $17.50, m all Wool
pO.D Serges, Cheviotts and Mixtures, Guar-
teed Satin Lined.
fc1I QC or Suits worl;h up to $25.00 and
tpir.OO S28.50, all Wool Serges and. Whip
Cords and Fancies.
d17 7C! For Suits worth up to $30 00. In
p 1 4 . U eluding Whip Cords. Broad Wales,
all Wool Serges, all guaranteed Satin Lining.
s worth up to $48.00. JPositively this sea
sons ' latest and choicest productions, Novelty
Weaves, Broadcloths and Mixtures, Fancy Collars
and Revers, all guaranteed satin linings.
TpDAY AND MONDAY
Clearance Sale of Millinery
$2.95 ALL WHITE BEAVER HATS.
fc 1 AQ ALL BLACK AND COLORED BEAV
tplKJ ER HATS.
j?9 AZt For unrestricted choice of $7.50 and
tp.0 $io ou and $12 00 TRIMMED HATS.
SemMJress and Tailored Hats j2 J,g
7 Or For Colored Felt Hats for Women,
1' jrKs Misses" and children, values up to
$3 00. Also including any Child's Trimmed Haf,
values up to $2.50.
Clearance Sale of Kimonas
Silk Crepe, Challies, Bath Robes
$1.25 Crepe and Chbllie
Kimonas for , 7C
Beautiful quality, Empire and loose effects, plain
and Persian bands, all new desirable shadei; value
$1.25, Clean-up price 79c,
$3.95 Silk Kimonas ' tjj ) "7 Q
Beautiful Japanese designs in Empire and fitted
$5,00 Silk Kimonas4 "
Be?t grade Imported . Silks,, flowered and oriental
designs; Empired and fitted effects.
QC For Coats worth up" to $12;50
VPW.v7J Full Length and Three Quarter
Lengths. Strictly all wool Materials, no Black or
Fur Cloth included. '
QJT For Coats worth up to $15:00.
I iwv Full Lengtn and Three Quarter
Length, Novelty Weaves, all wool materials, no
Black or Fur Cloths includeds
(hi 1 AEf For oats worth up. to. $20. In
bl 1 YjT Novelty Mixtures, all this sea-
son's latest novelties,, no Black
or Fur Cloths included.
)C CA 2 Eme Coney Fur Coats, worth
dOA 7C 1 Black Near Seal Coat, 52 I
tPOt. O ipphes lon; Satin Lined, with I
w Kker. a Bargain af. IAS N I
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