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Hopkinsville Kentuckian. [volume] (Hopkinsville, Ky.) 1889-1918, November 28, 1899, Image 1

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if vBARG AIN our Dewey Shoe is
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mere is oniy one truuuxu auu mao
is we have only about 400 pairs lelt
and when theyre gone therell be no
more of them
J H Anderson
Burnett Quarles
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It was the best shoe ever offered j
r for 300 two years ago but when
tne recent aavance oi uu lu uuu
I is taken into consideration it
places this shoe in a class all by itself
K Just Think of Buying-
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A mans genuine uomovan
Shoe goodyear welt soles
English back stays silk
stitched throughout made
as solid as leather can make J
it on the latest style lasts
For 300 a Pair
Try to buy such a shoe- anywhere J
else for 300 or even 350 and you
will begin to realize how much of a
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dt PriGB
December 6
The Greatest Opportuni y
Buy Goods at Half Their Values
Republicans Uneasy At The
Prospect of an Injunction
Roalixe That Two Can Play at
The Game Bradley
Will Weaken
Frankfort Ky Nov 27 There
is a general impression outside that
some important move is to be made
by the Goebel side early this week
and it is generally supposed that
a mandatory injunction suit to pre
vent the state election board from
counting1 the vote of Jefferson Knox
and Johnson counties will be part
of it though his is not confirmed
by any one in authority
It is doubtful if Governor Brad
ley would recognize Goebel as gov
ernor il given a certificate of elec
tion by the state election board un
less their action was in obedience
to a ruling of the court In that
event it is believed he would re
sist no further but would advise
Taylor to contest before the legis
Neither Bradley Taylor nor
any of the Republican leaders how
ever believe that the court of ap
peals in the face of its decision in
the Nelson county case yesterday
will grant an injunction and are
today more confident than ever that
the state election board will give
Taylor a certificate of election
In Taylor circles it is claimed that
two of the three state commissioners
Ellis and Pryor are sure to vote to
stand by the vote in every county
as it appears on the face of the
Have Perished in a Storm
Raging In Texas
Dallas November 25 Alarming
reports come from the lower gulf
coast of Texas where a storm has
been raging The storm was most
severe in the vicinity of Rockport
A number of small vessels have
been lost and hundreds of head of
cattle Jare drowned having been
driven into the gulf Manv houses
have been destroyed and it is fear
ed some lives were lost Much un
easiness is felt for huntin and
yachting parties from Dallas
among whom are ex Mayor Holland
and E II R Green son of Hetty
Green of New York
Dr J A Southall Has Resumed
Practice In Hopkinsville
Dr J A Southall has returned
from Bennettstown and resumed
the practice of medicine in this city
Two years ago he weut to his tarm
near Bennettstown on account of
his failing health Now with health
restored he has returned to his
citey residence on South Virginia
street and has opened an office over
Hoppers book store Dr Southall
is a physician of extensive and
successful experience and a gentle
man of wide influence and popu
larity His professional card ap
pears in this paper
Causes the Death of Mrs
rence of Trigg
Cadiz Ky Nov 24 Mrs Mary
Lawrence died yesterday at her
home four miles south of this place
from the effects of a paralytic
stroke She was 75 years old and
had not been in good health for
some time She had been a mem
ber of the Methodist church for
about fifty years and was loved by
all who knew her A good woman
has gone home to rebt
Mrs Emily Carnes who spent the
Summer with the family of Mr K B
Long left Friday for her home in
Houston Texas
Piled in Hopkinsville nntl
One in Pembroke
Notices of contest have been filed
by tha defeated Democrat in two
of tho wards of Jlopkinaville One
oftheee was filad by J D Ware
against J S Fritx in the Second
ward Mr Ware was defeated by
only 2 voles and he alleges that
his opponent is ineligible from not
having been in the ward six months
prior to the election
The other contest is by J T
Wall against E M Flack in the
Sixth ward Mr Wall alleges that
at the time of his election his op
ponent held two other civil offices
Census Supervisor and Asylum
Commissioner which under section
3 of the Charter rendered him in
eligible for Councilman
These contests will have to come
before the new Council which goes
into office Dec 4
J E Jackson who was defeated
by J M McGlothlin for Marshal of
Pembroke by 2 votes has filed a
contest upon the same grounds
urged in his protest before the
election commissioners that the
election in one precinct was not by
secret ballot as the stubs were left
on the city ballots Unless there fs
a provision for settling contests in
the charter of Pembroke the mat
ter will come before the Election
Married in New York Last August
to Mrs Ragsdale
Hon R Y Thomas jr has re
turned from San Antonio Texas
where he had been to visit his wife
says the Central City Republican
The marriage ceremony was per
formed in New York City on August
2 1899 which united the lives of
R Y Thomas jr of Central City
Ky and Mrs Annie L Ragsdale
of San Antonio Texas Mrs
Thomas was formerly Miss Annie
Barber of San Marcus
Mrs Thomas will join her hus
band at this place sometime early
in December for a stay of several
months it not having been fully
determined where they will make
their future home
Of Prominent Business Man
Formerly of This City
Mr Frank McComb formerly of
this city died at his home in Louis
ville last Thursday night after a
brief illness of pneumonia He
was 29 years old
Be was a very popular young
business man and served with the
First Kentucky regiment in the
Spanish American war Since the
war he had been engaged in the
insurance business
Brought to the Asylum Together
for Treatment
Two sisters Mrs Johnson and
Mrs Williams of Scottsville Ky
were received at the Asylum for
treatment a few days ago They
were placed in the institution in
the hope that the treatment will re
store their minds as it is believed
to be merely a severe nervous dis
order with which they are suffer
Gxccuted Bond for His appearance
at Fehuary Term
The examining trial of Jack Ma
son col for the killing of Henry
Gaither also col at Gracey a few
weeks ago was held before Judge
Cansler Friday and resulted in the
prisoner being sent on to the grand
jury which meets next Febuary
His bond was fixed at 5100 and he
promptly executed aame and was
released frcm prison
jf rrsrrrNrj at FRANKFORT
o OUR Dfi
j -
Ellis Glenn Was Sent to States
brison as a Alan
Penitentiary Bathroom Discovered
a Secret Tlml5hook the Walls
of the Place
Chester 111 November 25 Ellis
Glenn until to day believed by ev
erybody in Southern Illinois and
Missouri to be a man turns out to
be a woman Glenn who came
from the East was arrested and
pleaded guilty at Ilillsboro 111 on
a charge of forgery It was alleged
that he endeavored to obtain money
on a forged note lie was sentenced
to serve an indefinite period on
parole at the Southern Illinois Pen
itentiary at Chester This is an
institution for male prisoners only
To day Glenn arrived at the
prison in charge of Sheriff Cassidy
Fifteen minutes after the arrival of
the pair the prison walls shook with
a sensation such as it has not
known in a long while Glenn was
regularly turned over to Deputy
Warden McDowell who receipted
for him The prisoner was ordered
as is customary in such cases to
have his hair clipped That ope
ration performed he was assigned
to the bathroom to undergo a good
washing as is also customary
The sex of the prisoner was discov
ered before the immersion
It was a surprise to the officials
Glenn was hustled into clothes
again without any delay and sent
off to the hospital where an exami
nation by surgeons proved conclus
ively that the nev arrival was not
a man as had been supposed but
a real live woman As there is no
ward for women at Chester Glenn
was placed in charge of Cassidy
and forwarded back to Ilillsboro
Refuses to Believe That Her
Sweetheart Is a Woman
Ilillsboro 111 November
Eight Hearts Hade Happy
monies Said Sunday
Like a thunderbolt from a clear
sky came the news to day that El
lis Glenn is a woman not a man
The most surprising features about
Glenns case is that he or she was
engaged to be married to Miss Ella
Dukes of Butler a pretty little
town near Ilillsboro When ar
rested Glenn was released on bail
furnished by the young lach s
father When apprised of the
startling development in the cae
to ciay Miss Dukes refused to be
lieve that her fiancee was ot her
own sex Still the telegram con
veying the information proved a
great shock to the young woman
One of Glenns attorneys is Con
gressman Jett of this state To
day after her sex became known
she wired him at Washington if he
would sHll be her counsel She
evidently intends to make a light
for her liberty Pending anything
being done in this respect she will
be sent to the prison at Joliet
There were four marriages in the
county Sunday The first to take
place was that of Mr Walter Goode
and Miss Addie May Yancey a
popular young Pon couple The
ceremony was perlormed by Rev
J as Coleman The next was that
of Mr W E Mcintosh and Miss
Nora A Weosley of Kelly In this
case Rev W H Moore performed
the ceremony
The third knot was tied by Rev
Israel Joiner of Lafayette the con
tracting parties being Mr J N
Stagner and Miss Madie Bracy of
the same neighborhood
Esquire II C Helsley was called
upon to officiate at the marriage of
Mr J L Brothers and Miss L J
McCracken young people living
Prof II L Holt of Dawson near Johnsons in Northeast Chris
Springs spentSaturdayin the city Itlan
NO 95
A Section
Foreman on
Ptr Years
the I
Will Convene January i to Sup
vise the Assessors Books
Turpin Shoots and
John AlcBride
John Doyle an 1 C vucfcjqri fore
man died t his home neftT Uobb
Sunday afternoon after
of six months aged about 7ffttirs
mr imu uceii in ine railroad Cfrvici
for several years and assist
laying uie rails on the roaH
Princeton to
lie leaves a wife and an HdoAled
daughter The remain will h
taken to Bowling Grten to day
The following order has been
tered on the minutes of the Con
Court in the Clerks office
Ordered that C A Brasher W
F Garnett J T Walker W R
Renshaw Geo N Johnson T M
Barker T L Moss be and they
are hereby appointed Supervisors
of the Assessors books for the year
1900 And they will convene at
the court house in Hopkinsville
Ky on Monday January 1 1900
Seem to
be Greatly on
the In-
Saturday Sunday and Monday
are now the favorite days in the
week for marriages Sundays in
rural districts and Saturdays in
towns Sunday weddings seem to
be generally more numerous than
they were while the number which
take place on Saturday are slightly
on the decrease It is estimated
that about 75 per cent of the wed
dings now take place on the above
mentioned days
I Pleas
Pleas Turpin aged 21 shot and
killed John McBride m Henderson
Saturday night McBride went to
Turpins room and created a dis
turbance and was shut dead
IlIiRjl lE I d
you take cold with
every change in the
weather Does your throat
feel raw And do sharp
pains dart through your
Dont you know these are
danger signals which point
to pneumonia bronchitis or
consumption itself
If you are ailing and have
lost flesh lately they are
certainly danger signals The
question for you to decide is
Have I the vitality to throw
off these diseases
Dont wait to try SCOTTS
EMULSION as a last re
sort There is no remedy
equal to it for fortifying the
system Prevention is easy
prevents consumption and
hosts of other diseases which
attack the weak and those
with poor blood
the one standard remedy for
inflamed throats and lungs
for colds bronchitis and con
sumption It is a food medi
cine of remarkable power A
food because It nourishes the
body and a medicine be
cause It corrects diseased
5oc nd lioo ill dnicgUtf
SCOTT DOWNB ClwirUti New Yok

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