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L IN3VILM8 KENTUCJPWNOVEMBER 30 1905 PAGE SEVEN
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Promotes Dige3lionCheerfur
ness RestContalns neither
Opiumrorpl ne nor fil1cral
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fOTTtARCOTICApetfecciRemedy
r Aperfecl Remedy forConslipa
non Suur StomachDiarrhoea
Worms Convulsions Feverish
I ness and Loss OF SLEEP
Facsimile Signature or
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NASHVILLE
INA SPRUCE 116
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CASIORIAFor
For Infants and Children
4 At
The Kind You Have
Always Bought
I Want to Buy I
10000 Turkeys <
10000 Chicken Hene I
10000 Dozen Fresh Eggs
5000 Full Feathered Geese
F 5000 Ducks
31000 Cow Hides i 4
Call Writeor Phone Us for Highest Cash
v Prices
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G W WILEY 6 CO
You get what you order when you order
Groceries at Twymans We make it a point
to always have what you want
Anything you want in the t Can Goods line
will be found at Twymans Fresh stock ar
riving daily Come and inspect our stock
Also Christian county Sorghum fresh iph tap
New Mackerel Oat Flakes and Oat Mgjpl and
country dried Apples viv
IN FACT EVERYTHING USUALLY KEPT IN A
IIN
i FIRSTCLASS GROCERY CALL AND SEE US Q
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J KM TWYMAN
Thirty tears
CASTORIA
THfCCNTAUR COMPANY MWYCIIR CITY
Hopkinsville Ky
IJ I T W YM AN I
CUMBERLAND PHONE 27 I
209 SOUTH MAIN ST HOPKINSVILLE KY
Petre TailariuE Ca
fJorner of 9th Virginia Sts Rooms 1 2
Makers of
Stylish Garments I
AT POPULAR PRICES
F G PETRE Cutter and Manager
I DRAUGHONSI
I PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGEKNOXVILLE
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KNOXVILLE
PADUCAH
PADUCAHST
ST LOUIS
Incorporated 300000 E stab 16 Years Strongly endorsed
I by businesss men No vacation Enter any time We also
1 teach BY MAIL Call or send for catalogue
POSIXXOK May dSfi alt mOney pr tuition la
bank until course Is completed and position Is
securei pntlv notes and payout of salary In
I thoroughness and rtputaolon D V B C 18 tQ
other biwlnesf colleges what Havard nn4 Yalp
art to acaderalw
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SCHOLARSHIP mEE To those who take
Bookkeepln or Shorthand wo will give scholar
ship tree la Penmanship Mathematics Business
Spelling Business Letter Writing Punctuation
etc1 he literary branches that will earn for ydu
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PROPRIETORS
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< New Enterprise Warehouse
COBNER12TH AND RAILROAD STREETS
Charges for selling 850 a hogshead Four
months free storage Insurance J25o
first 60 days
We also store for the PlaatersJ Association
I HORSETHIEF CHARITY FUND
tOM Loft by Rustlers Is Found
WJien Old Woman Who Cared
for It PaR AwAy
Att intePOffting Story jg that of
what is known as thetPhescott
ftmtlb6 > Ptjlncc AlUUatn > parish
now parts of Hampton and Beau
fort counties South Carolina
It deems that in the early part of
the last century i l old woman
who lived alone itt do isolated porj
tlqu of ti hat wds then Beaufort
eaufort1di
district wits on 1i deathbed add
sent for a lawyer fb draw her will
to dispose of thtl little but and
few acres of land which she had
After she had designated to
whom these were Ho go the law
yer told her that to avoid any le
gal trouble aver her will she
should insert a clause disposing of
whatever else she might have
overlopked She therefore desig
nated that if there should be
found anything else belonging to
her undisposed of it should be
taken in charge of by a certain
prominent citizens of Gillisonville
as trustee for the use of the white
poor of Prince Williams parish
Then she died
When the old womans house
hold effects were examined for
distribution as she had directed
a quantity of gold and silver coins
said to amount to about 40000
were found under her mattress It
has always been believed that
this money had been given to the
old woman by horse thieves who
either had died or been run out of
the country and had been afraid to
return to get it
About the early part of last cen
tury there were several gangs of
horse thieves that operated along
the coast of Virginia to Florida
and it was from the hanging of
some of these men by a mob head
ed by a man named Lynch in Vir
ginia that the term lynch law
fas aid to have been derived Mrs
Prescott lived in a very isolated
part of the district and it has al
ways been believed that these
thieves used to make her house
their stopping place and gave her
the money to keep and that she
was afraid to tell of its possession
even on her deathbed
THE MANEATERS OF INDIA
Great Tigers Find That Human Be
ings Are Far Easier to Kill and
Better to Palate
The man eater is the jungle
nightmare of India and numer
ous are the theories to account for
its abnormal appetite Common
i ly it is said to be an old tiger which
has found game too difficult to
bring down or a sickly tiger which
has resorted to man killing in its
weakness as the easier method
says Outing The consensus of
opinion among experienced hunt
ers and observers is however
that a man eater is an e cattle
killer which in conflict with herd
ers who are often quite brave in
defense of their cattle has dis
covered how much less work it is
to kill a man than cattle for the
cattle killer is usually fat and
lazy Nothing has been found so
far as I have discovered to sug
gest appetite for human flesh as
the impelling motive or that man
eaters reject all flesh not human
orthat the cubs ofa maneating
tigress inherit the mankilling
propensity Rather it is a case of
contempt for man bred of fa
miliarity and more often the lust
lays hold of the tigress very like
ly because in foraging for her
cubs as she does until they begin
to hunt for themselves at seven
months and in their defense she
has come more frequently in con
tact with man or it may be be
cause the female is more numer
ous than the male or because by
nature the slyer and more vicious
Certainly she is a flend incarnate
when every second year she gives
birth to cubs usually two which
do not move about with her until
six weeks old and no doubt her
imposition Is not improved by the
necessity of concealing the young
sters from the tiger who else
would devour them
Swallow the Koran
An official report to the British
parliament on the condition of
Gambia states that generally
speaking the natives are in good
health which is rather surprising
considering that they rely when
111 on the treatment of a native
i doctor who after examining the
I patient writes extracts from the
Koran iu Arabic on D wooden tab
let The tablet Is then washed and
the watt drunk by the patient
4
LAME EVERY MORNING
A Bad Back Is Always Worso in the
Moiiilng Hopkinsvillo People
v Are Finding It lioft
Ji Aback that ache all day and
i8osdiscornfort at night is usually
resin the morning Makos ydli
Jflel M if you hadnt slept at all j
f pmt CUre a bad back Until J
mire the kidneys Doans Kidrf Y
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kbetter sick kidneys make yeu
tE better work better rest better
botfKjsleep
gnsleep better f > 1
betterfrs
Mrs W L Johnson of 615 die s ip
pvehue says My husband suffer
s fpr several years with kidney
complaint which made its presence
Kjtwri by a most severe aching in
his back and which often became so
l c iJ 1 specially in the morning when
rising or on occasions when he was
obliged to do considerable stooping
l or lifting that he could scarcily
scarcilymOre
While reading an advertisement in
cu decal papers about Doans Kid
nef Pills that they might at least
givehim some relief and acting on
thelthought he went to Thomas
Traherns drug store and got a box
The treatment proved the merits of
the < remedy The aches and pains
were relieved and the other symp
symptoms I I
df teasons to recommend Doans
Kidneys Pills and am confident that
J nt every case they dp all that is rep
represented
j For sale by all dealers Price 50c
FpsterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y
Sole agents for the United States
I < Remember the name Doans
and take no other
i John G Carlisle is much better
and is out of danger
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In Time of Peace
u In the first months of the Russia
Japan war we had a striking exam 1
ple of the necessity for preparation
and the early advantage of those
who so to speak have shingled
their roofs in dry weather The
virture of preparation has made his
tory and given to us our greatest
men The individual as well as the
nation should be prepared for any
emergency Are you prepared to
successfully combat the first cold
you take A cold can be cured much
more quickly when treated as soon
as it has been contracted and before
it has become settled in the system
systemChamberlains
Chamberlains Cough Remedy is
famous for its cures of colds and it
should be kept at hand ready for in
stant use For sale by L L Elgin
and AndersonFowler Co upto
date druggists at Hopkinsville
resident Roosevelt has removed
W S Lieb from the Treasury office
Bilious Attack QuicklyCured
A few weeks ago I had a bilious
attack that was so severe I was not
able to go to the office for two days
daysFailing
Failing to get relief from my family
physicians treatment I took three
of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver
Tablets and the next day I felt like a
new man H C BAILEY editor of
the News Chapin S C These tab
lets are for sale by L L Elgin and
AndersonFowler Co uptodate
uptodatedruggj
1
There are more ways than one of
losing mony if you are a loser
Neuralgia Pains
Rheumatism lumbago and sciatic
painsvyield to the penetrating influ
ence of Ballards Snow Liniment
It penetrates to the nerves and
bone and being absorbed into the
blood its healing properties are con
veyed to every part of the body and
effect some wonderful cures Sold
by Cook Higgins at 25c 50c and
100Theres
Theres more square deals than
square men
Energy all gone Headacle
Stomach out of order Simply a
case of torpid liver Burdock Blood
torrid
Bitters will make a new man or
woman of you
Many an actor lives on one meal
a day
dayCASTOR
CASTOR I A
for Infants and Ohildren
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears tho
Signature of I
A mans character should be form
ed at the age of thirty
Chapped Hands
Wash your hands with warm wa
ter dry with a towel and apply
Chamberlains Salve just before go
to bed and a speedy cure is certain
Tins salve is also unequalled for skin
diseases For sale by L L Elgin
and AndersonFowler Co uptodate
uptodatedruggists
The principal want of many pres
entday citizens is a want of principal
Chamberlains Pain Balm
There Isno danger of blood poison
resulting from a cut or wound of
any kind when Chamberlains Pain
Balm is used It is an antiseptic
dressing and should be in every
household For sale by L L Elgin
and AndersonFowler Co upto
date druggists at Hopkinsville
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Extacting1
Extacting1Qikly
Qikly
Painless
Safely
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NO FAiLuRES
Vitalized air given ol
application to the
gums
A Goad Set of Teeth
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Teeth Extracted TREE When
New Ones are ordered
All Work GU RAN
TEED
LOUISVILLE
DENTAL PARLORS
NEXT TO COURT HOUSE
HOPKINSVILLL KENTUCKY
HOME PHONE 1214
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= Professional Cards i
C H TANDY
I a DENTIST
Office over First National Bai k
rOPEINSVILLE KY
FRANK RIVES
AttornevatLawHOPKINSVILLE
HOPKINSVILLE KY
Will Practice in all the Courts
Jas B Allenswwtn
AttorneyatLaw
Will practice In the courts of Christian and
adjoining counties Special attention to collec
tions and bankruptcy niocecdlnfr
Office on ground floor Hopper building in
roatof Court House Cumberland Phone 511
Home Phone 1413
J
EARL BRADLEY
Painter and Paper Hanger
4Satisfaction Guaranteed
Cumb Phone 715 East Ninth St
HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKY
rufRI RI THE TABLE
Effective April 25 1905
TRAIN NO 1 DAILYPASSENGER
Lv Hoplcinsville615 a mAr
I
Ar Clarksville722 a m
Ashland City 822 a m
Nashville 935 a m
TRAIN No3 DAILYPASSENGER
Lv Hopkinsville 415 p m
Ar Clarksville 527 p m
Ashland City632 p m
I U Nashville 740 pm
PASSENGER TRAINS ARRIVE AT
HOPKINSVILLE
No4 DailyI 1115 a m
No 2 Dailyu 830pm
fNo u u p m
I Daily except Sunday
I No 40 Ar Hopkinsville 400p m
No 41 Lv 1000 am
I
Connections At Nashville with
L N and N C St L Ry at
1 1 11 jl f O T andat
Clarksville with L N anaat
Hopkinsville with L N and I C
R R T A ROUSSEAU
Chief Clerk Traffic Department
J B MALLON
Agent Hopkinsville Ky
BOYD POOL
BARBERS
7th Street Hopkinsville Ky
Especial Attention given to
Patrons Clean Linen Satis
factory Service Call and be
convincedBath
Bath Rooms in Connection
Baths 25 cents
Leave Orders for
POOLS DRCHESTRA
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UN TED MEDICAL CO uX T4 UMOAkTtM fX I
For ale by Ray 4 Fowler
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Commissioners Sale
Christian Circuit Court Kentucky
LX jArainifr
EquityJohn
John W Teijrell et al
By virtue ofji judgment and ordatr
of sale of the Uhristian circuit court
rendered at tho September term
thereof 1905 in the above cause I
shall proceed to offer for sale attf
court house door in HopkinsviUen
Ky to the highest and best bidder
at public auction on Monday thor
4th day of December 1005 between
the hours of 11 a mana 1 p m
being county court dayhupon aw
credit of 6 and 12 months the fol
lowing described property toWit
A certain tract of land m Christian
county Kentucky about one mife
north of the Clarksville and Prince
ton branch of the LN R R acid
known as the J W Terrell home
place containing 265 acres 3 rode
and 33 poles from which is excepted
a tract of 15 acres which is embraced
in the following boundary and
bounded as follows
Beginning at a stone R L Boyd
corner thence with his line to a
stone in the road J Radfords line
thence with his line N 88 W Silt
poles to a stone in the road thence
with another of his lines N 2 E M
poles to a stone on the N side of the
road thence with J Radfords line
lineintersecting
all 173J poles to a stone Andersons
corner thence with his line N1 EL
220 poles another corner to Ander
son and Pierces line thence S 88 El
128J poles to a stone in Boyds line
thence with another of said Boyda
Boydalines
lines S 43 E 30 poles to the begin
ning
But there is excepted from the o
above boundary the 15acre tract
above mentioned which leaves here
in offered for sale a tract of land
containing 250 acres 3 rods and 33 a
poles
Or sufficient thereof to produce
producethe
the sums of money ordered to be
made amounting to 551510 For
the purchase price the purchaser
must execute bond with approved
surety or sureties bearing legal in f
terest from the day of sale until
paid and having the force and effect
of a replevin bond Bidders will be
prepared to comply promptly with
these terms
DOUGLAS BELL
Master Commissioner
5000
5000TELEGRAPHERS i
Annually to fill the new positions created by
Railroad and Telegraph Companies we
want YOUNG MEN and LADIES of good
habit to y
LEARN TELGBAPHY
AND E E ACCOUNTING
We furnish 75 per cent of the Operator and
Station Agents in America Our six schools
are the largest exclusive Telegraph schools
In the world Established 20 years and en
dorsed by all leading Railway officials
We execute a 250 Bond to every student to
furnish him or her a positfon paying from 40
to60 a month in States east of the Rocky
Mountains or from 75 to 100 a month In the Y
States west of the Rockies immediately
bjStudents
Students can enter at any time No vaca
tions For full particulars regarding any Ql
iour
F1at
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Cincinnati Ohio Buffalo N Y
Atlanta Ga I aCross Wit
Texarkana Tex San Francisco Cal
SATURDAY DEC 2ND
MATINEE AND NIGHT
America Jn Comedy
Andrew Waldron as Alvinv
Alvin Joslin 7
A Sterling Company of Playersi
Unequal Scenic Effects a
Prices 25c 35c 50c and 75c
Matinee Prices 15c and 25c
Tlme230 and 880 P M
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Through Cars to New York
Via Pennsylvania Short Lines
Leave Louisville 1 p m daily pas
sengers go to New York without
stepping tram the train Meals reo
quired en route to PUtaburg Served
m dining cars a la cartellpar
only for what you prtfer Write tol
C H Hagerty District Passenger
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