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HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKY JUNE 7
The Weather Calls
FOR STRAW HATS
The prick remains the samel
Put a riewrone
-THE STORE FOR MEN '
HOPKINSVILLE TO LOUISVILLE AND RETURN,
ACCOUNT AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION
RETURN LIMIT JUNE 30. '"r
C. L. WADLINGTON. Agt
' ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD. -4
When you have your house wired you want:
First, To know the wiring is safe.
Second, That the illumination is correctly
Third, The price as cheap as possible with
out sacrificing the above pointers.
Let RILEY B. BUTLER
. DO YOUR Work
a man who has had university training in Electrical
Engineering plus six years' experience, four. years of
which was with the' Kentucky Public Service Co.
I I I I
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Butler Electric Co.
Phone 35 -:- Pheonix Bldg.
A Trial Fitting Will Reveal the Comfort of
& Fironfc Laced.
It is not a question of ANY CORSET f r
you can find some kind of a CORSET ANY
WHERE. K Modart Corsets were not COR
RECTLY MADE -If there was the slightest
doubt in our mind with regard to their quality or design
we would not SUGGEST THEM.
WE KNOW AND WE WANT YOU TO KNOW
IDA T. BLUMENSTIEL
408 S. Main St. : Telephone 90-2
SPEIL FROM v
Welcomed the Clarksville
Bunch Into Our Midst
Tuesday was the day of the Clarks
ville Minstrel show and early in the
mornincrthe troop, or squad, or what
over you call a crowd of folks in o
minstrel show, were on hand. Just
before noon the grand parade took;
place. The parade both those whr
were in it, and those who looked on,,
formed a great throng at Ninth and
Main and then the show commenced?
The band played and the crowo
watched and Irving RoseborougL
went and got Claude Clark. Mr
Clark was told to get up and make;
an address of 'welcome to the Tennes,
see visitors and he climbed up in y
car and started.
He welcomed the minstrel to oui
town and praised both ClarkSvilli
and its people and brought fortl
much applause, from the Tennessei
delegation. He ended, however,
with the statement that he was mar
ried in Clarksville many years ago.
that he had gone back to Clarksvilh
this spring and felt the same thrill
as of old, for the old town had n t
unanged a bit. It was just like it was
25 or 30 years ago.
The parade was the most attractive
sean here in some time. It was com
posed ofautos filled with the best
looking young ladies of Clarksvilh
and Hopkinsville and all the young
men oh tie sidewalks assured each
other that they would be on hand at
the performance. As an advertise
ment it was a huge success.
Saturday afternoon Miss Lucille
Pirtle, one of ,tjie society belles of
Hartford, Kentucky, and Mr. Peyton
Ligon, now cf Hopkinsville but for
merly of EaiTnjton. were" united in-
marriage at Madiscnvi !e. Tl.e oroom
is widely known throughoutthecoun-!
ty. He is remembered particularly
by Madisonville people as a crack
baseball player who used to wear the
Madisonville uniform. Madisonville
-Hustler. ? . ..
CRM GREEN WEDDINGS.
Mr. A. N. Longand Miss Opal Mar
tin of Hopkinsville, Ky., were mai
Saturday night by Esq. S. V. Kerr,
at his home. "
Carlo, s Baker and Miss Ella Cun
ningham, of Cadiz, Ky., were mar
ried at the court house Saturday after
noon by Esq. John Osborne. Clarks
To Take Up Martin Case.
I The Court of Appeals will hear ar
gument on an appeal in the Lube
Martin case June 19. Martin w:a
convicted of the murder of Guthrie
Diuguid at Murray, Ky., in 1916 and
given the death sentence, but a stay
of execution was granted that an ap
p al might be tried. General B, nnett
H. Young, of Louisville, will argue
Men who stand
out from the crowd
want personality and
brains expressed in
Styleplus Clothes $17
are the result of
brains directed in a
new, way to the
lem. The Price Remains
l tie oame
The Styleplus idea of concentrating a great
national volume on a suit of one known price
Concentration reduces manufacturing costs. Double
volume manufacture, advance purchases of cloth, hajje
beaten the popular iad of raising the price.
You can have all-wool fabrics, expert workmanship, sub
stantial linings and trimmings, style by a great designer,
guaranteed satisfaction, $17, just as formerly if you
We are the Styleplus store.
Never Rains but It Pours.
A New Hampshire man run a mile
to catch a train, lost one rubber In
transit, In his excltemeut swallowed
a chew of tobacco, and, because his
gait was unsteady, wound up by being
arrested on a charge of Intoxication.
That's what we call a run of hard
luck. Buffalo Times.
Wo know one thoughtful grandmoth
er who frankly admits that she spoils
tho baby at every possible opportu
nity, explaining In her philosophical
way that sho knows perfectly well i
Eho'll get the blame for It anyway and (
might as well have the fun of doing It
Columbus (Ohio) Journal I
Thought He Was Reading.
Margaret was not accustomed to the
saying of grace. Ono night sho went
for supper with tho next-door neigh
bors. "Daddy," said sho tho next
morning, "what was that Mr. Smith
read oft the platter?" New York EvjS
In a .
II 111 17 . t'J
Palm Beach Suits
SOLACE FOR THE HOT DAYS
There was a time when it took courage to wear a
Palm Beach jSujt. Today people wonder how they
have the courage to resist it. There was a time when
the swimming pool, or the tinkling ioe filled glass, was
the only solace for the hot days. Now men turn to the
Palm Beach Clothes, as the easy, comfortable, shapely
solution. We are showing them in all the colors, plain,
tans, grays, stripes and mixtures and patteipis to resem
ble worsteds and prices are so reasonable
$5.00, $6.50, $7.50, $8.50, $10.00, $12.50
WALL & M'GOWAN
,The House of Good Clothes