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Happened At An Hour That
ClarVavillo, Tenn., L''cb. 1. The
south end of the Stewart Snuff fac
tory, part of the pliwit of the Amer
ican Snuff Company, at Tenth and
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rapri v.urpmerca streets, conapseu lasc
is night. A large section of the wtst
wall, probably sixty feet, tumbled
outward into the court between the
Stewart and new concrete building,
and the roof and second and third
floors in the wrecked section fell
through to the ground.
5F It is thought that defective girders
was the cause of the collapse. It is
t estimated that the damage to the
; building is $2,000. No one was in
: the building at the time.
Second Alarm For This Year
Was Turned In Saturday.
About2:30p m. Saturday after
nooav fire alarm was turned in
ifrom the residence of Mr. B. W.
Harried, 1214 Walnut street. The
department made a prompt respons'o
but found it uunecessary to attach
the hose to the hydrant as the fire
' had been put out by the neighbors.
The fire originated in the kitchen,
where some one had used straw in
thawing out frozen water pipes
The damage was about $50.
On New Year's day the depart
ment was called to a burning house
of C. H. Hisgen's, on East Seventh
street and that was the only call
When you want fire;
tornado.life or bond
insurance in the....
'Oldest and Strongest
H. D. WALLACE,
office up stairs, over
drug store, corner
Ninth and Main or
Miss Louise and Nell Baynham,
of Kennedy, have entered Boscobel
-AS. FENJV0 nOFFMArt.
Tnan words by the Composer,
Allegro con brio.
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We far the old Confederate sold
lers and their widows, who are en
titled to pensions under our Ken
tuck? law, are being neglected.
Six months have passed s ncn this
law became effective, and In Graves
County about 150 applications have
been made and sent up to Frankfort,
but so far not one ha heard from
the Pension Bureau in Frankfort,
whether or not his application has
been received, or whether or not
it has been examined, passed on and
approved and whether or not they
are entitled to a pension.
These old Boldiers, who are now
dropping awaj very rapidly, should
be treated at least with respect
enough to notify them that their ap
plication have been received and
whether or not they have been ap
proved or rejected.
Since the Orst application was filed
in Graved County six or seven of
these old soldiers have died, They
died without knowing whrther they
were entitled 'o pension, under the
law, or not.
Of course Gov. McCreary is a busy
man. He wa3a Confederate sold
ier, but he should take interest
enough in this matter to Bee that at
least as much courtesy is shown these
men as the ordinary business titan
would show in the transaction of his
Gapt. Stone is an old Confederate
and hd holds his position by virtue
of the fact that he is one, and we
hope that he ,vvill give these brave
and gallant old men the attention
they deserve in this matter. So far
not one that we are aware of has
ever received one cent of his pension
meney, but it may not be long until
the state will have some money with
which to pay them. Mayfield Mes
(Eye, Ear., Nose and Throat)
A series of revival meetings began
at the Methodist church last Sunday
morning, pending the arrival of Rev.
E. G. B. Mann, of Lexington, who
is to do the preaching, Rev. C. W.
Lyon and the pastor, Rev. A. R.
Kasey, will fill the pulpit.
To Mr. T. A. KAUTZ; "'iiMtjr..
Sparkling ant ttrtobt; (Drimrfng Song.) " " .
SprUfcelnt) tint) Hell. (Trinklied.) jaqdes mendelsohk
vmg-t r t r i rr-
. sy bed Which a
beo would choose to ' dream in.
bo - guile Tho gray beard of
sen strauch Dort un ten auf
ten Mann Dio Flu-gel auf sol
uen mem soiusc uio-ue mcnt store sem m
SHERIFF'S TAX SALE
Small Crowd and Greater Part
Bid in For County
Sheriff Johnson sold a large num
ber of farms and town lots Monday.
Not as many as 25 people were pres
ent when the salb commenced and
the bulk of tho city nnd county
reality put up for non-payment of
State and County taxes were bid in
by Deputy Sheriff Jewell Smith, who
cried the property.
A large amount of taxes was paid
last Saturday. One hundred and
twenty-five receipts having been
written during the day. Yesterday
up to o'clock, 100 tax receipts were
Smithson & Evcritt,
Sustained By Frank Gary, a
Prominent Young Man.
Frank Gary, a Voting man whose
home is with his father. Mr. R. C.
Gary, cut his right foot with an
ax Saturday afternoon. Tho axe cut
into the inner side of the instep, sev
ering soma of the Email bones of the
foot and making a very serious
wound. Surgical aid was rendered
by Dr. Thomas. The young man was
in the woods with his brother, who
stopped the flow of blood by Boy
Scout methods, bandaging the ankle.
FOR RENT House with electric
ity, gas, waterworks, furnace heat,
furnished or unfurnished. Owner
will board with party.
MRS. W. D. BROWN,
E. 23rd St,
Turned Her Loose.
Dr. Mary Walker, who for many
years has worn male attire, Satur
day was arrested in Chicago for be
ing dressed as a man. She produced
an official permit to wear pants.
Z Mr. J. B. Walker is quite ill at his
heme near this city. He has been
ill since his return from Versailles,
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-so -rem Qla
his pin ions.
ber Friend ship stay him,
dem Gra . a. a
nem Zu ge, Und
lea; . Schcnkt
Tho will of Dr. W. Df Brown was
probated last Friday. After the
payment of his just debts ho leaves
to his Bon, Robert E. Brown, whfiti
his whereabouts are made known,
tho sum of $100.
To his wife, Mrs. Ada L. Brown,
in trust for Gatlin E. Mayberry, in
terest on:v$200, until he is 21 years
of age and then the principal. In
case of his; death before that of his
wife it is to revert to her.
To his wife he bequeathed the re
mainder of his real and peisonal es
He names as his executrix his wife.
and requests the courfto allow her
to qualify without bond.
The will bears tho date of Febru
Tho will of William McReynoIda
was admitted to probate last Satur
day. Mr. McReynoIda lived in the
Era neighborhood and his will was
written in 1910.
To his son, James McReynolds,
he left $100. To his grandson,
James Cato, and hh grand-daughter,
Delia Jones, he left S100 each.
To his wife he left his personal
property. The farm is not to be
sold for twenty years. His wife and
other heirs have the right to sell
mineral right s at any time they see
fit, one-third of the proceeds of such
sale to go to 1 U wife.
We want men or women to repre
sent our fast selling line, can make
from S4 00 to $10.0(5 per day. Why
not make this easy money during
the next few months Don't delay,
HOME NECESSITY CO ,
Heavy Damage Suit.
Dr. Milton Board, a former su
perintendent of the Western Ken
tucky Hospital, who now has a sani
tarium in Louisville, has been sued
for $15,602 damages. W. T. Gar
man, of Metcalfe' county, filed the
suit, and stated in his petition that
his daughter, Ada T. Gorman, while
a patient in the sanitarium, was mis
treated by Frank Button, another
patient, and that the defendant and
agents failed to give his daughter
attention and failed to furnish her
with a nurse at all times.
Why do'n't you Bhut the door?
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You get a paint composed absolutely
of pure Lead and Zinc, no sort of cheap
material does it contain.
Makes beautiful floors, any color de
sired. It Dries Quick, and hard as a
rock with a superb gloss.
Brand New Pat
BLACK HARDWARE CO.
With ample working capital, exceptional collection arrange
ments, and a thoroughly organized office system this bank
has the ability and disposition to extend to its customers
every facility warranted by safe, conservation banking.
rhree per cent interest on Time Certificate? of
BANK OF HOPKINSVILLE
Nat Gaither, President; J. E. McPherson, Cashier,'
H. L. McPherson, Asst. Cashier.
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