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NEW MERCHANT TAILORING
How Daylight Got Into The Subway
. Ask Us To Tell YouHow'lt Was Done With
THE QUALITY LAMP
BLACK HARDWARE CO.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
KOPK1NSVILLE - - - KENTUCKY.
UNITED STATES DgPOSBTARY,
Only National Bank In Thlr. Communltvi
Capital $75,000.00 -
Stockholders' Liability 75,000.00 .
ISSUES TRAVELER'S CHECKS GOOD IN ALL PARTS
OF THE WORLD.
HAS A REGULAR SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Three' Per Cent Interesl Paid on Savings and Time Depos.' s
The combination thai the epi
cure goes wild about.
As an addition to a little lunch"
eon it has no equal.
Prices Moderate ;
LET US SHOW YOU.
. COOPER & CO.
BANK & TRUST
pHB Best Hose for the entire family, Men,
Women and Children, canalways be foottd
in the I'Onyx" Brand.
pOR Quality, Style and "Wear, get ftjpife
"Onyx" Hose in Cotton, I,is!e, Silk t,ile
or Pure Silk, from 25c. to $5.00 per pair none
genuine, without trade-mark stamped on
very pair. Sold by all dealers.
Lord & Taylor - - New York
Wholesale Distributors . ?
Is VERY SOCKET
at This Office.
Tha-revival at th Baptist church
continues to draw iMt tt owas tv
ery night iwxi the afternoon attend
ance la (rood.
Jteignt ot the new converts were
baptized Thursday afternoon.
Thursday night Dt? Porter preach
ed on the conversion' of the Philli
plan Jailer and at the conclusion of
his sermon County Jailer A E. Muf
line accepted the invitation to uni'e
with the- church. 'His wife and
daughter had already j ined.
The usual servicwftwill be
Sunday, also a big mass meeting at
3 o'clock p. m. '
THOSE LOST DIAMONDS
May Yet Be Found;. Asserts At
torney For Mrs.
A dispatch sent out from Louis-
vi.le last Thursday said that Mrs
Gaylord's lawyer has stated the jew
elry sued for is in the vaults of the
Fidelity and Truat Co. . .When the
suit of Mrs. Gaylord against her
daughter. Mrs. EUie Latham, was
filed and Mrs. Latham wa3 ordered
by the court to produce.the jewelry,
valued at $20 000. Mrs. La,tham told
the officer that she did not have it in
her possession." " Thursday's dispatch
saia mac, Airj. L,atnam would give
bond for the jewelery after it had
been appraised and would keep it in
her possession pending litigation.
In Suit Filed Against Mrs. La
tham by Her
Louisville, Ky , Jan. 15 Mrs.
Elsie Gaylord Latham, young widow
of the late New York banker, was
summoned to appear in circiut court
Thursday to explain the whereabouts
of $20,000 worth of jewels which-her
mother, Mrs. Gaylord. claimsshe un
When a deputy sheriff presfnted
Mrs. Latham with an order, of deliv
ery she stared that the jewelry was
not in her possession.
LOSS BY FIRE
Sustained by Professor King
Mr. and Mrs. R. S King, who now
reside in Lineville, Ala., had the
misfortune to lo.e all their house:
hold gtois, clothing, etc., by fire a
few days ago. Mrs. King was form
erlj Miss Nellie Hille, daughter of
Mrs F. C. Hille, (of this city. They
had just gone to housekeeping when
the fire occurred. Nothing was
saved, except one trunk containing
some silverware and Weaiing ap
parel belonging to Mrs. King. The
loss is about $503.
Prof. King recently located at
Lmeville, where he . has charge of
the mathematical department of the
Alabama State school,
Sustained By A Colored Child
Near Gracey. ,
Cornelia Mason, a colored orphan
child living with her uncle, Jeff Ma
son, near Gracey, was burned to
death Wednesday. Her clothing
caught from a grate and was all
burned off. Practically all of the
skin on her body was burned, ex
cept on one Ier. Dr. D. E. Bell went
to her assistance and dressed the
burns, but the child died the next
morning. One peculiarity of the
case was that she, apparently, suf
fered no pain from the turns.
Wa ofr One Kuadrod Dol'.prs He
jrtrd cr l.-? oa:o ct' Catarrh that
Jtszot b a cured by Hsll'o 'Catarrh
F. J. CUEXSY & CO.. Tafcda. O.
"We. U unHi-alga!. have lawn F. J.
Cheney for tfea last U year, and bHv
him rwrftetly )Madrbfo In all bmfw at
trHaMO0M and flwincifilly abi to earn
out any oWlfsaiws made by hla arm.
NATIONAL BAXK OF COilMEBCK.
Hall's Catarrh 0UM is takn latrnaUr.
dating dirveUr uijem Um blood yw
ous aurtaoai of oi traltem. T mwoajnU
atfroa. Prtea W oaflts par btfhv Sold
v all Drneajti.
Tcie HaU'a rataJJy inUa tor cocstipaUon.
iftihllriiwiiit To Opei Up
Ttw room in th PKtomfe Block,
next to the Postal Tetpfraph Co.,
is being fitted up for' 1 merchant
tattering estubfrshmwvt for (he
Enffliah Woolen Mills. Mr, Max
Grdn'.r, of Chicago, will ba in
charge and expects to begin hoai
neat on the first of F4nry, Tke
company's special litx k $15 over
co its and $15 salts suits no .mora
no leas than $15. Odd pantaloons
will be fcnother specialty, Every
thing will be made from measurement.
Seven rYoiders Of Tite Wwld.
Walls' of Babylon. v
Statue of Ziu3 by Phidias.
Hanging Gardens of Babyloni y
Colossus of Rhodes. '
Pyramids of Ejrypt.
Mhsoleum of Halic3rnas3us.
7 Temple of Ephesus.
mi a .
xnis use was made by some one
prior to the birth of Christ.
The following list was arranged at
tho request of the Popular Mechan
ics Magazine by distinguished men
of Europe and America: .
Radium. ' .
Anti sep tic? and' Anti toxin3.
Spectrum Analysis. .
Fee Raised To $1,000
The fee of $250 allowed Attorneys
Trimble & Bill by the Christian
Circuit Court for services in wind
ing up the affairs of the insolvent
Acme Mills & Elevator Co., was
raised to $1,000 by the Court of Ap
peals in reserving the lower court.
They-asked for a fee of $1,500. .
Frank A. Sullivan.
Frank A. Sullivan, aged 36, a well
known insurance man of Elkton,
died of apoplexy at his home Wed
nesday. He leaves a wife and three
chileren. Mr. Sullivan was a mem
ber of .the Elks Lodge here and had
many friends in the city.
Lumber For Sale
C. R. ADAMS.
Yon Is Sold.
Pitcher Ypn and Third Baseman
Hargrove, two i.f the favorites of
last year, have been sold by the Hop
kinsville Baseball Club to the team
at Durham, N. C. The price, was
$200. Yon was at one time the st ir
pitcher of the league, but weakened
last year arid his work was a con
stant disappointment. He was a
popular favorite arid his smiling
face will be missed.
Sunday School at 9:30, J. P. 'Bra-
Preaching at 11 a. m.. and 7 p. n?.
Christian Endeaver at 6:15.
Praermeetinff Wednesday night
at 7 o'clock.
J. b. eshman;.
Miss Julia Thomasaon, of Earlicg
ton, and Mr. Lonna Boyd, of Chris
tian county, were married Tuesday
a'nd will make their future home In
Mr. Gipp Watkins, the well known
traveling man of Gracey, wa3 mar
ried Wednesday niglt to Miss Bibbs
Wood, of Caldwell county, springing
a surprise on his'friends. Details of
the wedding have not been learned.
J. C. Thurmond took the exami
nation for County road engineer in
the office of the Road Commissioner
at Frankfort Tuesday along with a
Baylor Hickman, of Gainesville,
Ga , who had been visiting the fam
ily of W. T. Tandy, returned home
Mr. J. Delos Russell, the telephone
man, was successfully operated upon
for fistula recently and was in a ser?
ious condition for awhile, but is now,
improving right a!ong.
Take the Kentuckbn for the news
When a woman suffering from some form of femimner
disorder is told that an operation is necessary, it of course
frightens her, . .
The very thought of the hospital operating table and the
surgeon's knife strikes terror to her heart, and rio wonder.
It is quite true that some of these troubles may reach a stage
where an operation is the only resource, but thousands ot
women haveavoided the necessity of an operation by taking
LydiaT E. PinkhamV Vegetable Compound. This fact is
attestedy the grateful letters they write to us after their
health has been restored.
These Two Women
Cary, Maine,-' I feel it a duty I
owe to all suffering women to tell
what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound did for me. One year ngo
I found .myfielt a terrible sufferer.
I had pains in Tioth sides and such a
1 a. f
soreness 1 could scarcely stalghten
up at times, juy duck acneu, 1. uuu
no appetite and was so nervous I
could not sleep, then I would be so
tired mornings that I could scarcely
get around. It seemed almost im
possible to move or do a bit of work
and I thought I never would be any
better until I submitted to an opera
tion. I commenced toeing Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and
soon felt like a new woman. I had
Tin nnins. nlnnt well, had CTOod anPC-
tite and was fat and could do almost
3 auu ttuo aaw wum vvutu
Ttrr nnPr fViiQ mipsrion
man submit to a surgical operation without first giving Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial? You know that
it nas savea many otnera
For 30 years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound has been tho standard remedy for fe
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dbe3 justice to herself if she does not try this fa
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MBWrito to LYDIA E.ITNKIIAX MEDICINE CO.
ilW (COXFIDEXXIAL) LYNN MASS., for advice.
Your letter -Will "be opened, read and answered
by a woman and held in strict confidence.
Bov Ax Handles, Toy Automobiles
for the Children Go
WI&E TMCE S
THAT YOU CAHT GET AWAY
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, Don't forget our Harness Shop. The work' is first
class. Made up by experienced workmen. We guaran
tee our rubber tires. We handle the best. '
PLANTERS HARDWARE CO.
With ample working capital, exceptional collection arrange
ments, and a thoroughly organized office system this bank
has the ability and disposition to extepd to its customers
very facility warranted by safe, conservation banking.
Three per cent interest on Time Certificates of
BANK OF HOPKINSVILME
Nat Gaither, President; J. E. McPherson.Xashiex;
H. L. McPherson, Asst. Cashier.
FRED Av PARKER, D. 0.
Be. Fbone W.
Phoenix punning OSTEQPA TM ; jfXfin mIEl
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my good heaitn to your meaicine.
Mrs. IIaywabd Sowxbs, Cary, Me.
Charlotte, N. C "I was in bad
health for two years, with pains in
both sides and was very nervous. If
I even lifted a chair it would cause
a hemorrhage. I had a growth which
the doctor said was a tumor and I
never would get well unless I had
an operation. A friend advised me
to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta
ble Compound, and I gladly sav that
I am now enjoying lino health and
am the mother of a nlco baby girl.
You can use this letter to help other
suffering women." Mrs. Rosa Sims,
Id WvonaTSL. Charlotte, N. C.
if vou can. "Whv should a wo
wny auuuiu xt ia m
- carts retired while
i I HEY WILL
MARTHA D. BEARD, D. 0
Rem. Phone 511.