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Hopkinsville Kentuckian. (Hopkinsville, Ky.) 1889-1918, March 07, 1899, Image 9

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Keep This in Hind
It would be well for vou to keep in
mind tlmt A W PYLE is fully pre
pared and competent to preserve the
dead in good condition for any length
of time He ciries instockallgrades
of caskets and ecfliup from theeheap
est to the finest Also robes and
burial suits and shoes for men and
women You can get bim day or
night by telephone at store or resi
New Firm Tin Contractors
Wo have opened up a now tin shop
with E M Rich Co 104 Main
street where wo can be found at all
times to do work in roofing gutter
ing and stove- repairiug of all kinds
Windmill tanks and water troughs a
specialty Give us a trial when you
need work in our line
Martin Gjikkii Co
Save 20 Cents
Go to Anderson Fowlers new
Fair and Warmer
Louisville Ky March 6 Spe
cial Fair to night and Tuesday
Warmer in extreme western portion
of State Tuesday
Ham sacks
this office
all eizes for sale at
Dr E N Fruit Dentist office ovei
City Bank Hopkinsville Ky
Now is tho timo to sack your hams
Sacfks for sale at this office
Gardin and Flower Seed in
endless variety at Forbes Bros
I am now in charge of R C Hard
wicks prescription department where
I will be glad to meet all my old
friends and customers L F Miller
A Cabinet Grand Upright piano
7J octave ebony finish in fine order
at a bargain J H Dago
Gish Garners Wild Goose Lin
iment cures rheumatism and neural
gia It touches the sfot At all drug
gists ll 6tf
Take your prescriptions to Ander
fion Fowlers new drug store
where they will be filled witn pure
fresh drugs
Estrayed or stolen about ten days
ago my red muley cow rather
small and has the switch of her
tail trimmed Return and get re
ward Walter Kelly
At Last we offer Victor Bicy
cles 1899 models at 5000 as long
as the factory can fill orders for
them Forbes Bros
WANTED Reliable men to put
in all or pnit of time taking orders for
our Lubricating 9 flnd Greases
Liberal commission
The Federal Oil Co
Cleveland Ohio
Registered pharmacist at Anderson
Fowlers day or night Night call
bell on side door neur ladies en
trance to Hotel Latham No extra
charge for uight calls
Get tho best Sewing Machine
Needles at M D Kellys No 8 North
Main btreet between Hendersons and
VCGoT v rnfri V Pioi pf nearly op-
pCte the Court Hous6
There will be a social at the
idence of MrF J Brownell on next
Friday night under the auspitcs of
the Epworth League of the Method
ist church All are cordially in 1
vited to attend Admission 10
Mrs Pauline Lander who fell
and broke her hip about a month
ago i rapidly improving and her
speedy recotr i now looked for
ward to b Inr mini friends with
much satisfaction
Mr Eugene Wood has removed
about six inches of the top soil of
his lot on South Main to get rid of
wild onions and after tilling up
with new dirt will sod with blue
grass The onions had grown on
the lot for years unmolested and
heroic measures were necessar to
exterminate them
Our enterprising druggist Mr
L L Elgin is up to date in all
lines pertaining to his business
His special effort is to always se
cure the best of every thing he offers
to the public He has placed on
sale the celebrated Artie cigar the
best of the ear Callers in his
store w ill notice that he has them
promincnth displayed and he tells
us that he has perfect confidence in
this Cigar as a delightful sweet
yniiwi iripfnuto
ftfakes the food more delicious and wholesome
um ifirn ii mii iuio
Mr J T Wall has returned from
New York
Mrs F L Wilkerson has
turned from a visit to friends
Mrs J T Wall has returned
from a visit of two weeks to rela
tives in Trigg county
Mr J B Foley and wife of Mad-
lisonville have been visiting in the
city for several days
C B Mathews of Hopkinsville
spent the week with friends and re
latives Springfield Tenn Leader
Miss Edna Smyth of Hopkins
ville is here for the Frier
son nuptials Nashville American
Mrs D R Carnenter after a
short visit to relatives here re
turned to her home in Nashville
Mr JD Ware has returned from
Colorado Springs Mrs Ware will
rem din some time with their little
daughter Mary who is still ill
Mr A C Layne has returned
from Nevada Mo where he spent
six weeks in a magnetic hospital
under treatment He is much im
proved in health
Miss Flor Gunn who had been
visiting friends at Jackson Miss
for several months returned home
from Paducah Saturday where she
stopped over for a few days
Mr F A Macaulay has returned
from the eastern markets where he
had been spending some time select
ing spring stock for the Royal Dry
Goods cpmpany of which he is
We are to have Mr J C Terry
and family of Hopkinsville with us
again and we areglad Mr Terry
has bought of Hart Byars their
lease of the Adairvillemill and will
take charge at once We under
stand that Mr C MSmith of Nash
ville may be a partner Mr Terry
does not know just now when he
will move his family here Adair
Vi Department of Herald Ledger
House Struck By Lightning
Lmhtninu struck the house
known as the Tucker place near
J the bridge on the Cox Mill road
Satuidav demolishing the chimney
and tearinir the
weather boarding
from one side ol the house
Wealthy Citizen Dead
H ilay White aged about 0
years died at his home near Tren
ton Friday night from complication
of disease Mr White was one of
wealth est men in Todd County and
one of the largest land owners
Poor House Patient
ICliza Kverett a colored inmate
of the county poor house died last
Thursday night She was SOyears
old and had been sick for several
Judge West Better
Dr Andrew Sargent was called
to Kirkmansville Friday to attend
Judge West who had been quite
sick for several days He was re
ported much better yesterday
Harried at Crofton
A marriage license was issued
yesterday to Newton Snaden to
wed Nora Armstrong They were
married near Crofton last night
The parties are colored
Revival At Trenton
It is announced that ICvangelist
Lowry of Little Rock Aik will
some time in April begin a revival
meeting in the town of Trenton
Death of an Infant
An infant of former Representa
tive Jas Morgan died at the home
of its parents in Crofton Sunday
New News Butch
Kirk Allen has secured a position
with the Van Nay News Company
He has a run on the accommodation
between this city and Nashville
New Boy at Dr Bradleys
The wife ot Dr R L Bradley
presented her husband with a
LeeCarter Disappeared Mysteri
ously Jan 14
Was From Virginia and Left the
is T
Home of His Brother Ps
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C Carter
Lee Carter a young man about
25 years old disappeared on Jan
14 from the home of his brother P
C Carter near the city and has
not been heard from since His rel
atives do not know where he went
or why he left in so sudden and
mysterious a manner
He came here from Virginia in
November having been employed
by the Richmond Danville rail
road as operator He had been
drinking some for several days be
fore he left He went to bed as
usual and go up in the night and
left without giving any notice of his
departure He has not returned to
Virginia and his friends are very
uneasy about him His mother
particularly is much distressed
Foul play is feared He had 1 con
siderable sum of money
Few Tobacio Beds Burned
Some to be Resown
On account of the wet weather
but few plant beds have yet been
burned and farmers are much be
hind with all of their work A
week of pretty weather however
would enable them to prepare con
siderable plant land and put the
seed in the ground It is estimated
that only about ten or fifteen per
cent of plant beds have been sown
and from some sections where this
has been done the complaint comes
that mice English sparrows and
crickets have eaten the tobacco
seed and whole beds will have to
be resown Farmers will canvas
all their beds from now on which
will protect the plants and hasten
their growth
Hopkinsville Alan out For Super
intendent of Instruction
John C Duffy of this city has
announced himself a candidate for
the Democratic nomination for Sup
erintendent of public instruction
Mr Duffy is a young lawyer of
Hopkinsville who has experience
as a teacher in South Kentucky
College and other institutions of
learning He was the Democratic
nominee for representative from
Christian countv in 1897 and made
a most creditable race He is a
true Democrat and a ver popular
and capable young man
Case Supposed to Have Been
Closed by Acquittal Renewed
Some weeks ago J M Fox of
Nortonsville was shot and pretty
badly wounded Marion Allen was
arrested charged with the crime
butat the examining trial the case
was dismissed The Hopkinscoun
ty grand jury has returned an in
dictment against Allen charging
him with maliciously shooting and
wounding Fox
Fruit Hill Couple Have the Knot
Tied By Judge Cansler
Mr T CWilcox and Miss Mag
gie Lee Denton a young couple
living near Fruit Hill rode into the
city on horseback last Thursday
afternoon and were married in the
County Clerks office Judge Can
sler tied the nuptial knot As soon
as the ceremony was said the couple
mounted their horses and left for
their home
Popular North Christian People
flarry Near Macedonia
Mr T C Ladd and Miss Nora
Shepherd very popular young peo
ple of the Macedonia neighborhood
were united in marriage at the
home of the bride at JO oclock a
m Sunday kcv kool Kan 90m
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Above is the birth place of the Deering binder At
maturity it issues thence to conquer the world for its
field of operations are not confined to the United States
but stretches out to England France Scotland Ger
many Hungary Houth Africa Russia and Australia
The great Corliss Engine used in the Machinery Hall at
the Worlds Fair is used in the twine department This
factory turns out 31 miles of twine and one complete
machine per minute Its size capacity and number of
employees surpass anyother two Harvester works in the
The Deering is now away in the lead owing to its pro
gressive policy It used ball bearings four years before
the other followed suit and in many other features it
is equally as far ahead THEY ARE EASY TO SELL be
cause they are easy to run and easy to keep running
This is our twelfth year as Deering
always find repairs for it right here
you- will never regret it
agents You can
Buy the best and
This plant covers 6
acres of ground and em
- iiinit r roo nanas ii2o
carloads of material and machinjgyj1
entered and left the factory during 1898 No other
harvester works in existence can approach these
figures in output sales shipments or size of plant
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W R Smiths College Lexington
Is where hundreds of clerks farmer
boys and others have invested 60
to 90 for tuition and board for an
education and are now gettiug
1000 and over a year Read ad
and keep this notice for reference
Remember that in order your let
ters may reach this college ad
dress only Gen W R Smith Lex
ington Ky
Charlie Campbell Released
Charlie Campbell the Hopkins
ville boy who was sent to the Eddy
ville penitentiary for a year for
shooting a brakeman on an L N
train was released last week He
was a well behaved prisoner and
was given the advantage of his
good time While in the peni
tentiary he had a solt place in the
A ten Days Meeting
Rev J W Collins and wife of
Bardwell Ky will begin a ten
days meeting at Andersons Hall
in this city April 3 They have
held revivals in this section before
having conducted meetings at He
bron church near Church Hill at
Roaring Springs and other points
Fractured Her Hip
Mrs Sallie Richardson mother
of Mr P C Richardson had the
misfortune to fall and fracture one
of her hips one day last week Ow
ing to her advanced age 75 years
it is feared that she will never per
manently recover-
Mules for Sale
Par load of fine mujejjsat Layne
Dont Ask
Who sold Samuel P Smith that Crescent Chainless
James Johnson that 30 in Rambler
I W Williams that neally Imperial go lightly
Mrs L Jeffries that graceful Ladies Crescent
Master Chas Thomas his Juvenile Crescent
We honestly admit we sold all these have sold some of
hem the past five years
Nothing Like a Satisfied
The record of the past makes our bicycles the bicycles of
the future
Thompson Bassett
Main Street
E come 10 our store ana try our new Chainless Crescent u
miiecn aacit S
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Remember your home shop is the place to buy all Mon
uments Tombstones and Jemetery Work I buy direct
at the quarry and sell direct to the buyer saving you
agents commissionextra freight and other expenses
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