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Xeen Kutter auage Mills,
Ohio River Salt
We have been hammering away a long time trying
to drive one thought into the minds of the people of this
community that we will, not sail hardware to anyone at
any price that we do not know to be good.
We have succeeded doing business this way, and we
are not going to change our system.
PLANTERS HARDWARE CO.
i US 'i NATIONAL BAN E
HOPKJNSVILLE - - - KENTUCKY.!
iSmTED STATES DEPOSBTARY;
Only National Bank in Thl Community .
Stockholders' Liability 75.000.op
SSSUES TRAVELER'S CHECKS GOOD IN ALL PAKFS
OF THE WORLD.
KftS A REGULAR SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
TTfKe Per Cent Interesl Paid on Savings and Time Deposlls
Saturday, November 1 6
We will give 20 CENTS OFF on every
J ,t,i v.AnlmA
UltJS, UU )UU icauzi
.marked very low and this means an extra saving ( Now is
the time for you to come in and buy your Christmas and
Tihave on display the prettiest, line of SALAD BOWL51, BREAJD AND1
BUTTER PLATES, SUG-AR AND CREAMS and B A.BY PLATES,
10 and 25 CENTS. NEW OAT MEALS and FRUIT SAUCERS
10 CENTS EACH. It will pay you to look at this line.
Don't Fail To
Cakes and Coffee Served Free.
C. R. CLARK & COMPANY,
Lard Cans, LafJ Presses and
China and Cut Glass TO-DATL,. La-
Un -fo n- flvo f oil
one iauo ouau an
Call and Inspect Our New4ihe
Fruits, Nuts, Etc.
DAVIS APPLES DELIVERED,
75 Cents Bushel
YORK BALDWIN!? FOR,'
WHOLESALE AND RJCTAIL GROCKRS.
returned from L&uisvilbt, whww be
pent several days.
Mrs. F. L. Qoff. who k visiting
Mrs. Frank Bstt, went to Pem
broke yesterday to b' wiih her sis
ter, Mrs, Garnett, whd is iM.
John E. Campbell, of St.,, Louis,
was in the city this week. J
R. W. Roach.rhany yew' f o with
C. M. Latham irt the drWB busi
ness, was in the city Tharaiair. Mr.
Roach has been on th road for a
Lige Cravens has gone toHerrin,
III., to spend some time. . ,
Col. Cyrus'S. Radford. of. tHe U.
S. Nnw. isinlhe city on a brief
visit to his brother, Walter, A. Rad
ford. . ' rf
Miss Beth McDantel,, of New
Prnvirfence. Tenn.. is visitinir her
r-mising. the Misses M'cDaniel and
Mr?. Frank Rives.
i A. M. Cooper, of Dade City, F.a.,
Ms on a visit t6 his brother. Milus
Cooper, near Bennettstown. This is
Mr. Cooner's firat ' visiUihere. since
moving to F.Jqrida foUriypars ago.
Mrs. F. P. Rensbaw jr&ttfrned to
day from a vjsit to relaU'vesfat Provi
dence, Ky. . -vi
Beginning Monday night a series
of union services is to"he held at the
Ninth street Christian -.church. The
object is to arouse interest in mis
sion work. The meetings will be
held in the Christinn church and ad
dresses will be delivered by;the dif
ferent ministers of the'city. No
collections will be taken. The meet
ings will close Friday nighr.
Mr. Chas. B. Danforth and Miss
Ellyn Dennis, of Goliad, Texas, were
married November 12th. They wilL
be at home, at Danforth Ranch,
Goliad, Texas, after December 1 '
Dollar's worth of
rwP nnw rrrrAds ..
uuj.Swuuo at cBtrip apd deliver tp. faccoEy jn
We have received and-
Bomo tofSee U:
The fiscal court me jetterdej
Bsomlny, all the raeratera belrf
prwwt, Nothing of potfNri Into
at ww done in the atiou. At
M ftfoon itotoA the rWlli
t xwttmr up elevtric pole in the
county w granted tn the Pembroke
Eleetric F&wtr and Water Co.
At the af ternoo session the court
was examining bids for oattrng up a
bridge across Brush creek nr
Pal-estine church,, but no result bad
been reached when we went to pres.
There will be a birthday, sockl'at
Liberty Christian church, on the
Palmyra pike, .Thursday evening,
Nov. 21st. Everybody invited.
The stork visited the home of Mr.
ana Mrs. Ulenn ttltcncock, JNashvuie,
last-Monday and left, a One girl.
Mrs. Hitchcock is the oldest daugh
ter of Mr. and;Mrs. C. NH. Dietrich
now of Winchester, Ky.
Mose3 Long" nndMus Willu C
Owen, both of Croftfon, were mar
ried at the Court House -Wednesday
by Judfrv Knight. t; ' '
. Committee 'Meeting 4
The. soliciting commit lee'.' of the
'fan; committee meets tin's afternoon
at 1: 3 0 , in the'office of B.' M. A.
Eyery member should be present.
To Bloom Unseen.
jMorganfield, Ky., Notf. 15. ?red
Bloom was tried here for arson and
found guilty, being given eight
months in the penitentiary. :f ' ,
Plavprl Upycu ' t
Cincinnati, O , Nov. 15. Disap
pointed .because their ten-'days-old
baby was a boy, when-they wanted a
girl, Fred Kipp and his wife, each 22
years old? wrapped the 'child in a
shawl and to3sed him into the Ohio
river. They were arrested and the
husband confessed, blaming his wife
for wanting to dispose "of the child.
State of Ohio-., oitr or Toledo,
Frank J. Cheney makes, oath Vinf yn to
senior partner of the flrm.oTF. J. Cheney
& Co., doing business in the City of To
ledo, , County and State alqresaid. and
that said Arm wllL pay-the sum of ONE
HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and ev
ery case, of Catarrh "that cannot bo cured
by the use of HALL'S CATARRH CURE.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before mo and subscribed in
1 ny presence; this. Cth day of December.
A. w. GLEASON.
: .Hairs Catarrh Cnro Js taken internally
and acts directly- upon tho blood and mu-
cous surfaces of tho system. Send for
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O,
I Sold by alL Drumrlsts. 75c?
Take Hall's Family Fills for constipation.
S. M. Payton Dead.
Silaa M. Pay i on, a well known
lawyer, if E'lzabethtowq, died this
; week of Bright'd Oiiease, aged 62
prinpr your tobacco in. and have it
stripped ready for market. Will
F. H. DUNCAN.
8tn St.," Near L. & N. R. R.
f Bhone 718.
. 1 -
' Three Candidates For Mayor.
There are ihn ov rmlHares for
mayor of Clarksviile in. th' election
Dec. 3. They are D. B. W.iod. Sam
J. Hodgson and Dr. N. L. Carney.
(Eye, Bir, Isfpse and Throat)
Banked On Willie.
Mrs! William 'Sulzer. the ftwt Ud
of New York state, expressed litUe
surprise tit her'husbaiid'H great vie
tory in Ni'W Yorlc state. Baying; ' I
knew thd peopla Aould take euro of
f Smithson & fcverltt,
I FUNERAL DIRECTORS j
s A Little Persuasion.
. Annapolis, Md , Nov. 15. Thq so
p6llad "chajn gang" ha9 been re-es-tablis-hed
for the punishment of stu
denta in the naval academy here.
Captain Gibbons, superintendent of
the academy, is convinced that aim-
MttWftHlf! to qttftaw k not a
:,Whcn shown positive and reliable proof that a certain
remedy had cured many cases of female ills, wouldn't any
Sensible woman conclude that the same remedy would also
benefit Her if suffering with the same trouble r
Here .are five letters from southern women which prove
the efficiency of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
' , ' Better from Virginia. ?jk
Elllston, Va. "Ifcol it my di$y to express my thanks; to jre-n and your1 T'
. great mctllcip'. I was h sufferer from femalo trowMe R-ad fad been won- . ,
l&ed In-bed oyer one third of my tlrao for ten months I camd not do my
housework iud hit faintlni? spoils so that mj husband eold not leave mo
alone for flvefjklattt at a tiino.
" Now 1 owe myifceftlth'to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and
Ilkwil, Purifier., nffhenerer I Eee a ufferlmff Woman I want to tell Iter what
thtm' aWdiclaes JmYti done for mo-nnd I will always speak a rood word for
tfeeia.ErMrs. OBKKT.4Ji.ANKEsim) Elllstoa, MoutgOHery.C6., Va.
, .LETTER PROM LOUISIANA
'i.Now Orlen's, La- "I was passing through the Change of Life and be
fowl tookKydisj JS. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I was troubled with
hot flashed 'weak and dizzy feelings, backache and irregularities. 1 would
gqt, up'vik,,tlie'-inomlng fecfing tired but and not fit to jtlo anything. n,
xjfiine'e' h htfve"beon taking j'our Compound and Blood Purifier I feel all
rightfYour, medicines arc worth their weight in gold.",- Mrs. G-astox
JlwMjjSEitfrlBdl Pdlyninia- St., 2scw Orleans, La.
s, . ' LETTER PROM FLORIDA
Wanehnla, FJa. '"-SoniB timo ago I wrote, to you gWng youmysymp
toms,.headachebnc1ca(Jhp, pcaring-down, and dlscomorc in walking, caused
by female troubles. ,
"I got -two bottles of Lydia E Pinkhrim's! Vegetable Compound and a
packagebf' Sanatre Wash and that wasall I used to make fne a well woman.
.'itam satistfedtjtjuvt if I had dpuo like a good many women, and had
nottakcn your remedies, I would have been a great sufferer. But I started
in tim& Svith the tight -medicine and got well. It did not cost very much
cither; 'I feel that 'you uro a friend to nil women and I would rather use
your-"remedies than have a doctor." MrS.MA.TTiK IJoDXOt, Box 400, Wau
LETTER FROM WEST VIRGEVlA.
Martlnsburg, "VV", Va. "I am glad to say that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- .
'tablq Compound has done wonders for my mother, .daughter and myself.
" I have told dozens of people about it and my daughter says that when
IjivBhe hears a girl complaining with cramps, she tells her to take your Com-
i't ' ANOTHER LETTER
. 'Newport News; va. "About five years ago I was troubled w.ith such pains
and.bloating every month that I would have to go to bed. A
'A, friend told"n;e to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and
I sooncfound relief. TheEHedicine strengthened me in every wayind my
doctor approved of my takSie'it.
" i wiiiDe giao'ii mj-tesiwmony wui neip some one wno is suirering
rom female weakness.??- Mrs; W. J. J3iJLTTOirrlu29 Hampton Ave., Newport
Hews,, Va. ' . f
Why don't you try this reliable remedy?
AH, THERE! 4
A,lIust .arHved and will be
i mi i iii 1 1 linn i ii liT i
COOPER & CO.
' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS.
CITY BAN Knp TRUST , Cp. t
rim. . J i ' r
WE BNvrrc YOU
To join us in business.
- We can help
We seek in every way-to
maintain the standard of
careful attention tovthe
interests of our customers.
W. T. TANDY. Presided,
J NO. B. TRICEt Vle Prmi.
3 PKR CHT, IMTIHItT
" "PI11! 1 ' H" 'I'1"
a good additioirtoyour
IRA L. .SMITH, Cashier.
J. A. BROWNING, JR., A sat .'Cash.
PAIP ON TUhf DEpOtITt