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Hopkinsville Kentuckian. (Hopkinsville, Ky.) 1889-1918, May 16, 1899, Image 8

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Sweet Potato slips of all kinds at
Everything in Graves Condys
jewelry stock comprising watches
diamonds cut glass chiuaware
docks jewelry bricabrac solid and
plated silverware umbrellas etc at
cost by order of the assignee
No cure no py that is the way
Porters Antiseptic Healing Oil is sold
for Barbed Ware Cuts Burns Scrat
ches Cracked Hel Saddle Galls
Old Sores aud all kiudB of inflamiua
tions on man or beast Price 23
Henry Koehler Company
Lumber Dealers of Louisville Ky
invite correspondence with Mill men
who have lumber foi sale They buv
Poplar and Hardwoods in mixed
cars Dry or Green Write them
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1 Cleanliness
2 Free1 Circulation
8 Economy in the Use of Ice
4 Condensation and Dry Air
6 Low Average Temperature
6 Freedom from Condensation on
the Inner Wralls
7 Freedom from Damage by the
use of Ice Picks
8 Proper Location of Drip Pipe
9 Long Life
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Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
Alore Showers
Louisville Ky May 15 7 Spe
cial Partly cloudy with probable
showers in extreme north portion of
State to night and Tuesday
Sweet Potato slips of all kinds at
Dr E N Fruit Dentist office over
City Bank Hopkinsville Ky
Sweet Potato Blips of all kinds at
Some nice family horses drivers
and roadsters for sale at Laynes sta
What Dewey did to the Spaniards
the Milwaukee did for their competi
tion in Christian county last year
Two registered prescriptionists at
Anderson Fowlers and prescrip
tions compounded day or night
Dont forget that the Milwaukee
binder is the only machine that
trucks without bolts
When wanting a nice package of
chocolates and bon bons call at An
derson Fowlers and get the Plows
brand the best on market
See the Milwaukee binder at Wat
kinB Edwards the only machine
that is carried on a coil spring which
relieves the bearings in rough ground
Fine Watch Repairing Diamond
Mounting c Old gold taken in ex
R C Hardwick
Mr J T Hargrave who has been
with L L Elgin for several months
can now be found with the popular
drug house of Anderson Fowler
where he will be glad to have his
friendB call
Sweet Potato Blips of all kinds at
Remember when in Hopkinsville
dont fail to see the Milwaukee
mower the only perfect mower on
the market
Sweet Potato slips of all kinds at
Farmers please remember that
there are over 200 Milwaukee ma
chines now ruuning in Christian
county aud giving perfect satisfac
tion Call on WatkinB Edwards
and they will give you names This
means 200 agents
Mrs Lucy Sims of Princeton
visiting in the city
Mr E B Long has gone
Washington D C on business
Mrs Kate Lander is visiting her
daughter Mrs Fullilove in Louis
Misses Beulah and Bernice Harn
ed are the guests of friends in
Nashville this week
Mrs H L McPherson and little
daughter have returned from a
visit to relatives in Louisville
Mrs C E Blakemore and Mrs
Will Hancock have returned from a
visit of a week to Dawson Springs
Mr Geo V Green and Judge
Buck Leavell went to Hopkins
county to the Goebel speaking last
Popular Dick Boyd of Denison
Texas is spending a few days
with his parents on West Seventh
Mr W J Trahern and wite of
Lafayette visited relatives bere
Friday returning home Saturday
Hon Emmett Orr of Owen coun
ty was in the city Friday in the
interest of June W Gayle his local
candidate for Auditor
Dr John Bell of Daviess county
a promising young physician with
a years experience has located at
Casky to practice his profession
Miss Jessie Fay Howe of Hop
kinsville Ky will spend the festi
val week with Miss Epsie Allen
Nashville American
Mrs W P Quarles of Hopkins
ville is the guest of her sister Miss
Bettie Maynard on Clarksville
street Todd County Times
Miss Mary Moore entertained
several couples of the young people
last evening at the home of her
father Mr J C Moore near the
Dr Peters of Logan county an
old and experienced doctor has lo l
cated at Casky to practice medi
cine He arrived with his family
a few days ago
Dr P S Anderson left yesterday
for Redlands California where he
will locate He took with him sev
eral line harness horses to dispose
of in California where such stock
are in great demand
We sell Millinery
fully 33 1 3 per cent
less than any house in
Hopkinsville Why
not buy from us and
save money
The Richards Co
Sweet Potato slips of
all kinds at
Soldier Boys From Cuba Expect
ed This Week
List of Those Who Are Still in
Uncle Sams Service Only
One Death
The Third Kentucky Volunteers
after a years service in the Span
ish war will be mustered out at
Savannah to morrow and the Hop
kinsville boys may be expected
home before the end of the week
Those still in the service enlist
ing from this place are named be
Lieut Fobt C Payne
Elon Zimmer Hiram P Thomas
J E Buchanan Wm Starling
Felix Robertson Gano Bullard
E P Morgan Ed Wilks
J E Wilks
Frank Pattin
J B Nixon
Jas Wootton
Harry Girard
W H Jenkins
George Mills
Ed Brown
Marion Thomas
John Stites
Jas Wicks
C A Jackson
Trabue Anderson
Otho Vaughan
Robt F McDaniel M D
Chas Waller Mayfield
Tom Williams Trenton
Hugh Thompson Cadiz
W J Couch Pembroke
Dr Austin Bell surgeon of the
regiment also entered the service
from here but is not a member of
the Frankfort company to which
the Hopkinsville boys were as
signed Probably a dozen of the
Hopkinsville men have already
been discharged
Frank Prowse wab the only one
who died though many of them
were sick in camp
In Constipation HERBINEaffords
a natural healthful remedy acting
promptly A few small doseB wlH
usually be found to so regulate the
excretory functions that they are able
to operate without any aid whatever
Price 50 ctB For sale by R C Hard
wick druggist
County Court Orders
C L Shelton a clerk in LYonts
store in northeast Christian was
appointed a Deputy County Clerk
William Towns col a Biptist
minister has been granted a li
cense to solemnize tne ngnts or
matrimony with Wm Turner col
as surety
The following road overseers
were appointed
Walter Pool Sand Lick Road
Samuel Rolston Antioch road and
Jas Pyle Mt Zoah and Madisou
ville road
Robt M Slaton was granted li
cense to peddle iu this state and to
use a two horse wagon in his busi
ness Slaton is from Hopkins
county and recently secured a pat
ent on a harrow which he is now
selling over this county
At Cost
Graves Condys entire stock ou
sale at cost Bargains offered
MINERAL WOOL is the best non conductor
known The ulterior walls pf the Gurney are there
fore picked Mineral Wool regardless of its greater
c ist in preference to the fillers usually used by the
ohor manufacturers such as charcoal AIR etc
The following table shows comparison between
Mineral Wool and other materials sometimes used
as n ou condticters
Heat Conducting
Power of Materials
Tlio f llowitiK table
of a series of expert
meuts made upon va
rious mtterials for the
purpose of determining
their hf at conducting
power was given iu a
paper read by Mr J
J Coleman before the
Philadelphia Sjcietyof
Mineral Wool 100
Hair Felt 117
Cotton Wool 122
Sheeps WTool 136
Infusorial Earth 186
Charcoal HO
Sawdust 163
Gas WorkB Breeze 230
Wood and Air
Space 280
Table Showing
Black Slate 100-
Sandstone 71 J5
Fire Brick 61 TO
Afjibnltum and Suit
Chalk 13 10
Oak Ilne and Wood
nnd Plaster 25 0
Sulphate of Lime and
Sand 18 TO
Sawdust and Tan Bark IT 2
Asbestos Cemented 18 20
Fine Aasbeetos in
Thread 13 IB
Extra Mineral Wool-
Ordinary I
Mineral Wool f 8 13
Raw Silk J
Ice o
Mr Colemau arbitrarily adopted 100 bb the fig
ures indicating the lowest conductive power aud
makeshis comparison on that basis For instance
Charcoal con lucts 10 per cent more heat than the
Mineral Woo In the experiments conducted by
Mr Roper the celebrated engineer aud author of
technical works ice practically 0 non conductor is
used as a basis of comparison Mineral Wool the
next best non conductor shows for the finer grade
a difference of but 8 per cent This is the grade
used iu our Refrigerators Samples of Miueral
Wool furnished on application
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Summer Calls For
Broke an Arm
Master Walter Gregory the 12-year-old
son of Mr Andrew J Gre
gory of Church Hill while playing
last Thursday fell and broke one
of his arms This is the second time
within a year that the little fellow
sustained a fracture of the limb
Important Features Necessary to a
There are many Refrigerators on the market some of
which are not worthy of the name others that are first
class in style finish and workmanship But this iu an
age of jnveutiju aud improvement iu which the progress
ive and successful merchant BtandB ready to investigate
aud accept the best To this class and the housekeeper
that has had an experience with any of the old Ftyle re
frigerators we desire to present the claim of the
Among users and dealers it is generally understood
that next to economy of ice the most important requisite
of a perfect refrigerator is that it be so constructed that it
can be kept clean and that the best of the old style
refrigerators are deficient and imperfect in this important
feature and as a result they soon become tainted un
wholesome unhealthy and practically unfit for use That
the leading manufacturers recognize this seriouB fault
and admit the necessity of constructing a refrigerator
with as many cleauable advantages as possible is made
evident by the refrigerator literature of to day aB set
forth in tne catalogues circulars and folders in which
manufacturers lay claim to Removable Metallic
Shelves -Detachable Traps Cleanable FlueB Ice
Racks etc An examination of any of the best of tho old
style refrigerators will show the fallacy of cleaning only
a part of a refrigerator leaving inaccessible places and
exposed wood to accumulate and absorb the vaporous
gaBeB and food particles that arise from the provision
chamber The Gurney Patent Refrigerator
Is the only Refrigerator that can be kept ab
solutely pure and clean for all time
Window Shades
Wall Paper
Door and Window
Cream Freezers
Ice Chests
Water Coolers
Lawn Swings
Fishing Tackle
Bath Tubs
Take Your Wheel to Rich
Best Bicycle aud Machine Repair
workman in Honldnsville If vour
tiou Main 6treet next to E B Clarks
grocery E M Kicn
a aEjssjowr xis ars
You can buy a Stovo
made of poor material
hastily put together by
incompetent workmen
for very little money
It will NEVER give Fat
Isfaction and will only
last a few years with
careful use
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Promptly fur
nished for any
Stove or Range
No extra charge
for consulta
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Lawn Mowers
Fine Carriages Traps
Every thoughtful owner of stock has a large lump of RETSOFF
ROCK SALT in his manger horse lot and pasture This enables
bis stock to get salt all the time without getting too muft
which sometimes proves fatal We have just received a car
load of it Its the only pure salt obtainable It will last a
long time in the weather
Another Car
of Stock Peas
You can buy a Charter
Oak Stovo or Range
made of the best mate
rial by the most skilled
workmen lor a reasona
ble amount of money It
will ALWAYS give sat
isfaction and will outlast
a half dozen of tho
cheap kind It also
effects a saving in fuel
THE rxi
just received Clover Has been so uncertain for several years
our farmers are planting peas as a substitute They are fine
for feed and fertilizer
We have a very full stock of FERTILIZER FOR TOBACCO
also and can supply you right out of our warehouses
Very Truly
Buy your Shoes of
us CKir Shoes are
bicycle gnu pistol or any kind ot gOOCl SllOeSl every pair
machinery is out of repair bring it to
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WiircljrGeCl OoJl ni
me aud have it made as good as new
111 my work is guarauteed anv IOOt at anv TVTlCe
The Richards Co
Botli White
Mountain and
O K Freezers 1
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jrrices are lj k a
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