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COPS JOL T. H. XKkU ' THE LATEST Of Lafayette Is a Candidate Fir ma I two to Patrol Beats in Los AngclesTopeka Will Also Have Them. Los Angeles, Ca!., April 30. Two 'ph!n clothes" patrol women will walk beats in the downtown district Mr. Thoa. H. Joiner, the well known Republican loader of the La fayette district, is announced today as a candidate for a-ue&sor, subj ct to tho action of his party in the Au gust primary. Mr. Joiner is an ex- , tensive land owner and a prominent I arirl inflitanrli.1 nii-7M in Qnlltlt f!hrtr- tian. Ho has been a staunch Re publican but has never held an office. His knowledge of values and" his of Los Angeles at night, beginning wide acquiantance are qualifications May 1. This innovation was an- that will make him a strong rahdi ndunced by Police Chief Sebastian dato and if nominated hewillgive ferdav. accompanied bv the state- strength to his party ticket in a ment that the police women would district that has seldom asked for devote tno9t of their efforts to the representation. protection of cirls. Mrs. Alice stebbins We.is, who Twelve Old Maids Famous in claims the distinction of being the I ... , first police woman in the United! illStOTy. States, and Mrs. Rachel Shatto, for Queen Elizabeth, in whose reign somn time a police matron, will be I England reached her golden age. the pioneer patrol women. Thev will visit dance halls, skating rinks, "movies" and cafes. Topeka Follows Suit. Topeka, Kan., April 30 lno im mediate appointment of two women members to the police force was de cided upon yesterday by the City Florence Nightingale, angel of I mercy in the Crimean war and es- tnblisherof organized nursing in war times. Dorothea Dix, pioneer of reform in prison and reformatories' methods. Frances E. WMard, founder of the temperance movement. Rosa Bonheur, who opened new Commission, acting on suggestions artstic fieida in the renreM,ntfltion from the Woman's Advisory Board. 0j anjmai fjfe The board of Topeka was appoint- CIara Bart founder of the Red d by Mayor Cfran re:ently. Its I Cross Society and savior of thonannd.4 f unctions are to work with thb City frnm Aontu nmi an(rPrntT Commission in many matters. BASEBALL Lexington Team Coming For Two Games With Moguls. The Brat baseball games of the jseason will be played at the Park this afternoon and tomorrow' after noon between the Moguls and the Lexington, Ky., team, now in the Ohio State League. Games will be called at 3 o'clock. Admission 25 -cents. The line-up of the Moguls cannot be given at this time. Joan of Arc, one of the important factors in French history. Susan B Anthony, pioneer in ef forts to procure more equal rights for women. Charlotte Bronte, whose novels ar-'1 among th best in English literatun , Jane Austen, whose pen picture of English vil age life promise to b i nmortal. Jane Addams, first citizen of Chi cago and head of the Hull House. Julia Lathrop, chosen from amonjr the women of America to lead i preserving child life and hnppines- throughout the counliy Ex How's This? "V7e offer One Hundred Dollars Ho ward for any case of Catarrh that cannct bo cured by Hall'3 Catarrh sCure. ZT. X CHENEY '& CO.. TaleOo. O. ' . " "We. Uho ur.t!er!snc(l. liavo hnown P. J. Clitney far the lait 15 years, and bellcvo Wis perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by Ills firm. NATIONAL. DANK OP COMMERCE. Toledo, O Hall's Catarrh Cure la taVen lntcrnallv, actlnff directly up3n tho blood and mu .cous surfaces of iho system. Testimonials "nt free. Price 71 cenU pr bottle. 3o!u s all DruBglsU. "alto IlaU'u rai3ll7 Pills for constipation. Wvertlsemcnt. Fresh, Reliable Pure Cuaranleod io Pioasi I very Gardrr.tr ml PlantertbouMUa :t;.n . unerlor inrritaof rur Northern Grown Seed j. i SPECIAL OFF EH FOR 10 CENTS we will lend postpaid our 1 1. co d.j T;u . . r . ' -v. I lf.S.U4Jnlf CtUr , , . J rU. L'.rl irrK.,. f.hb.gi ... IS, r.F.U.rtM M.rk.t Ulto Jo. 11-li trl.ll..tb.tn..rS..di . . it, 9 Writ, tody! F.nd 10 c.ntl to h.lp f., ,l.,.Vn" pklor n4 nc.it. tU.bot. "r.mo'i cblfc.l...i ' 1308 Itoge St. ltnckforri.JUln. . LEE'S HOG REMEDY KEEPS HOGS WELL Full line Condition Powders for horses, cattle, sheep, hogs -and chickens. Cook's Big Drug Store If. W. Cor. 9th and Main. GO TO THE OLD RELIABLE M. D. KELLY to haveyour eyes examined and fitted with correct glasses; also your fine watch honestly and intelligently repaired. Is al ways Utl.tn rlatrt wlfh ih hvat Instruments and methods. Over JO yera an optician and jewler, M Yara graduate Op tometrist. No. S North Main ttrt, Ofp. Court Hqm. Some Groundless Objections. In some communities there is much misinformation extant concerning: osteopathy. This is circulated by, interested parties, or is repeated by those who are misinformed. Some people have the idea that the treatment is so expensive as to make it prohibitive to those of mod erate means. Others seem to think it is so severe that invalids cannot "stand the treatment.'' There are still others who have the idea that all patients are treated nude. 1 These erroneous notions have pre vented many who need the treat ment, and who would be benefited by it, from having it. On all these matters the best way is to get infor mation at first hand, from reputable physicians of the system. If this is done, it will be found that, all things 1 considered, osteopathy is the most economical treatment known; that it is adapted to the condition of the patient; is as applicable to babes and the weakest invalids as to the more robust; and that there is nothing about it to which the most refined and sensitive could offer the slight est objection. Extract from Herald of Osteopathy. Like the Brook. Owensboro, Ky., April 29. Fede ral court with Judge Evans on the bench will convene here Monday. A continuance will be asked in th case of Mrs. Elsie Gaylord Latham against Dr. D. A. Amosa and others, of Hopkinsville. This is the remain ing suit of Mrs, Latham against the alleged night riders, the other cases having been compnmised between the parties. Tho compromise has been pleaded in bar of the pending suit. C. C. Shemmel & Co., against cer tain alleged night ridera in Todd county, has been compromised and will be dismissed. Bible Class Banquet. The Men's Bible Clara of tho First Baptist Sumlay School will wive a banquet at the church this evening at which Dr. Edmund Harrison, the former teacher, will be the guest of honor. Covers will be laid for about 75. There will be informal dpeechea from several members of the claae. lyoi have a house or buildin of. My kind that you want moved see '4 L5 ay sum n s m r HI 3 I , v I WE PROPOSE H n . l iif . n i rracucai vvav to ixeau A J A. m . l " je. jl. - m a i n l ir r a nr i xttmo tec o it wrv. - i r. iii v iiii . v n tts MM 91 We have always tried to give our Hopkinsville friends the highest quality of goods at the most reasonable prices offered anvwhere. We are now going a step farther. We propose to offer you a generous discount on the .purchases you make from us paid to you in better goods than you could buy for the same money at retail, and we know exactly what we are talking about. The truth of the matter is "S. & H." 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