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5 CLOTHING, HATS, and
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5 South Main Street HopkinsTille, Ky. j
U O. CRAWFORD. Or JALRSun
TENN ASSUMES CHARGE
' TODAY. ' .-
i F STATE
We will sell you a Um
"l. O. Crawford, an experienced
JacVuon. Term., to-
.h.nr f lh. Hill
long- on. oi Hopkin.vill.. "tP
. j t a nnra a noisy.
... v.m Kaa cifl And
sh. h. moved to Central City jmd
Mr. Crawford has m-f-v.
t ci4iait. the owner.
from iir. 4. k. ' , , ,
Th. house haa been overhauled and
1. being refurnish" w .H
tent It will b. ran on th. Amert-
." j !. will be served.
Whito tfrf w.U.7. wUl be
lm ik .limntr room .
-in k- mule to keep th tnd
w"."rz to that ander
rtt- 01 in. b -f . . .
..... ,1 it. miAm reouUtion
under the management of th law
We know the farm lands of this commumTjr-
Will do our best to sell you a good farm or will sell
you a nice house and lot in the city.
W have several attractive farms in our
" Can give possession of a very fine, well im
proved farm if sold quickly Price reasonable.
Office let Floor in Pennyroyal
fifflCff S HOST
T. P. A. ELECTION.
Tonight at the
.will m.et at 7:30.
Avalon Pont J,
Officers will be
CHAS. W. DUCKF.R LEAV-5 mo
ESTATE TO HS FOUR
SONS. " . -
l.:n. fill.f !ith eminty .
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flerk'. om. thi. w.k and ',tI,,,,
t4 rroh.f..- Th. will 01 i 1
Chan. W. Iuckr. WM daUM nvnr,- j
1 111 hit mnii nrovineil lor nn
egual dintributloo of th. act. 1
cPt that th. hoone and lot on Bry
tret In U ro to C. W. Durkcr.
Jr.; $1,000 to Frank Durkr. ana
nnA .a T.v;n rn,-lir In addition to
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th.tr on-foorth intrwt in th. Ml-
ne. of th. tat. All dobU owing
by the four .on. tu b. cancelled.
C. W. Ducker, Jr U named a exe
The other will wu that of In.
bit. Jo. J. Davonport. It la dated
February 8, 191S and the property
f ..r. WtiA ia lrft to Mra. Maria
D. W.t, iter of tha dec.aaed, with
whom Mr. Davenport mad. hi. horn..
J. M. Davenport it named aa execu
tor. . . . :
Fotrrncrt Favorite in Fa
Vn. Tox's Supre-.r.s Artt r' '
In "T1I2 TIGS ; :
1... v,i.v..manr. h James Wi Auain i".u "
ljlf LIIIUIl -1 V - ...
M" r 1 .1 UU loLri.
of tremendous power inu ausui
War' Tax 2c
elected and delegate xo aUte con
w i n Rriharta. of Colfax, La.,
j L..'k.i.. ,i.tjhter. Sara Roth,
on their return homa from a wit
i nth tm friend and
rvn. i. rk.ri.irnn ana wunwn
wee tiV., itopped over this
Roberta' parm-u, day with Mra.
E. Irocter, at 208 Wwid Mra. B.
Mra. rhaa. M. MeachaialelTeet.
terdny for a fhort visit to her Mw
Cham M Meacham. Jr.. near Mor-
iranfleld, Ky. Her lit'.le prandaon.
William, who I ad S?-n her . a
month, returned home.
M t ti-iU Fvara. who if attend
ing- BuiineM Collece in Taducah. ar
rived lait niitht to apend a week
with her father. Mr. E. P. Fear.
Mr. E. P. Fear U at ill visiting- in
Miaa Marv Hulie. who ha Just
completed a ccurse of instruction at
Bowling- Green, lert yesterday 10 ac
cept a position at Tampa, Fla.
Dr. Lewis Powell' condition con
tinue to improve and h. will b up
in a day or two.
Mr. Eug-en. Young-, of Trinceton,
is visiting relatives and friends in
Mr. John n. Trie, returned Wed
nesday night from Tampa, Fla.,
where ha and Mr. Trice had been
several .week. Mr.
... PASSED AWAY MONDAY.
Henry C. Butler-, a 'merchant of
Kirkmansvill., and on. of Todd
county', prominent Citiien, died
Monday of Brig-ht'a diaeaao. H.
was 63 year, of ' ajr. and ia
urvived by hi widow and two broth-
i i- ek..;e n R
ers, on. 01 wnom outi
f-tVr. of Todd county.
WUliam Duncsn ind Crol Ilollow.yin "Vengeance tnatne w o
Ch ipter 3 "The Unsealed Puak.; 2DigActs. .,
"aaaaaaaaaaaaMaBBasaaai-" . - , O
rwi. Kenvon In-Tb Hidden Hand." Fame Myswying ocrc...
I Doris Kenyon in id. - g
t .Tua In "Birds Of a Feather' A 'rollicking comical
riot of . 2 Act, of side spttip, farce. , , ; .
Princess MondayDorothy DaHon in Flare-Up Sal.'?-
Mrs. J. Moldenhower
N. Y., mother of Mr. FnYlii""''
of this city, died last W.dneada
at her home in New York of par
NO NEWS FROM WM. JONES.
-awl. -a 1 V ltafaft VtalWtl H COniei IU , M , !
a Mim awl K rflO t '
ZLa n Earlinirton thi wee Mr. John W. Jonea-r -SfdinK the
w Mtainin! a woman wnn wiounneu
tntehu'- Th. r... was lett wriUn b, the young- man on
heard riLZ-A , F.b. 12 waa receiv.a wis w.c- . . :
ventinn will be named. Thia is th. ! r.; ,i.!)nmn.ni.,l hum. hv hia
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most important meeting of th. year ym grandaughur but Mr. Trice
'and it is of rreat importance that m.inH in Tnmna.
you be there. Don't forget th time jjr,. l, n, Lowery, of Pembroke,
tonight at 7:30. visited Mrs. Geo. Connell a fw
I T. H. MASON, Secty. dayi 0,1. Week. " ;
M. D. Kelly
DIAMONDS. FINE WATCHES,
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, STERLING
SILVER AND PLATED WARE
North Main St, Opposite
' Court House.
Practical Jeweler and GraduaiTtrfilrisr.
. Th. INTELLIGENT, a ad WISE popU always patronis lb.
ku.ia.M hoa of ..UblUk.4 nsiUlin ti konaat and equar.
daaling, aad th. raliabl. work.hl. which t acqoirad only iT
long yean of eprUc. Such ia th. novse M. D. Kelly. . ,E
Ukti.kad ia HopkiBsvlll. la 1883. " .
A Watchmaker of Acknowledged Superiority.
m bk a . a at Mw,wBM -
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W. F. Cox Died at His Home
la the Western Part of
WAS 73 YEARS OF AGE
fn the Family Burial
LLot Near Where His Life
Announcing Our Initial; Showing of New: Spring Merchanfc
And styles in ivieirs uothes ana rurnisnmgs
Mr. W. F. Cox. one of the wenlth--Jeit
and moat prominent citizens of
thsWlrn Part f thecounty, died
at hihome near Gracey at 6 o'clock
Mr. Cox waj bprd n a portion oi
the frm. where hd 'lived and was
78 year of e. Hi health had
, been failing for aeve.-al years and
' for two or three year he had been
an invalid. ....
. U vii twk-e married and leave
two children. Hi daughter by the
first mariag. i th. wife of Mr.
Hi second wife, who was Miss
' Jessie Hunter, survives him with one
son, Walter Cox, a prominent cituen
of Gracey. ,
- ' Mr. Cox. was a Urg land owner
f and was a man of liberal mean. He
-. was a accesJul buinens wan and
-was farmer -on a large seal!.
I He enjoyed th. r--sict and con-
' . . II k.i Uni.iv him.
The funerul services wure held at
...... Thuraituv afternoon
nia niw .iiwi". - ' , . ...
and the barial waa in the family
graveyard ner by-
- A acat cott-w at the extrem.
,d of E. 18th street, belonging to
th Clymer hir. caught on flr.
ntoy n'ht -5ut 10 o'clock. No
. wioua damag. waa .done, aa th.
fire d.part't mad. . quick run
and txynifciw . .
found that a sall hole waa burned
-in tha floor. It waa not kiiow-.
L v.th.n th. fire waa of cci(JnUl
. f incendiary orijjln.
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Vawi ruii Uart aWiMdatM 4 Mrs
You men who think TWICE about the style of
your hats will find Solid Satisfaction in these
complete lines of Stetson, Knox and Youngs
Hats for Spring '18.
Fresh, crisp, sparkling, colorful, patterns and
colors in our first showing of Spring Neck-
Manhattan Shirts with new patterns thai
breathe of Spring, with snappy colors and in
several different qualities. Paices from $175
When you want fire,
. tornado, l;fe or bond In
, earsnce in tha Oldest
" SnoriL-eot Companies
see II. "a 'WALLACE
office tp,"V.i, over
Store, Corner Ninth and
Call and ;