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The north and south entl coal
train crews are having pleuty of
work to do even if it is the
warm season handling the out
put of the mines along the Hen
derson division Engineer Elmo
Shaver and Jonductor McDowell
of the north end coal run were
on the road 28 hours one day
last weak before being relieved
The Booth end coal train with
Engineer Hugh Mulvaney and
Conductor Oarneal in charge
were 19 hours a few days ago
doing their work at the mines
This spring is one of the busiest
that the Henderson division has
experienced in yearsi
George Majors of this place is
at the home of his fathoran law
Dr Kenner of Hopkinsville
where ho went Saturday to have
nil eye treatedwhich was injured
by a flying piece of steel while he
was at work in the L N shops
hero several days ago He was
taken to Evansville and the piece
of steelremoved by physicians at
a hospital Since then ho has
been under treatment by local
physicians It is feared that he
may lose the sight of the injured
member
Morton Young day operator
for the Illinois Central railroad
at Greenville was struck by a
fast moving freight train Thurs
day morning of last week as ho
was delivering orders to another
train His death occurred a few
hours after the accident Ho
was 19 years of age and the son
of Mr and Mrs R 1 Young of
Central City
Goal was found by the M A
Railroad company Nvhile making
a cut on the property of J F
Young near Providence last
week Slate was struck at a
depth of ten feet The slate is
overlaying a vein of No U coal
The workmen will have to go
through this as tllo cut ut that
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point will be about fifteen feet iu
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depthiductor
Cflfiductor Ed Healer has
nioyed his family to this place
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from Uopkiirsville The change
in residence is made on account
of the local freight runs layover
being hero instead of Hopkins
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vineConductor
Conductor Arch Longstaff has
been assigned to the work train
lately placed on the south end
He Will shortly move his family I
fromtlplace to Adams Tenn
< The soutn passing track at La
th a in near Hopkinsville has
been completed and Will be used
by trains in both directions It
has a capacity of sixty cars
r Operator Charles Edwards
who has been stationed at the
South Diamond office was trans
ferredto the block at Adams
Teun this week
The new passing track being
built on the east side of the main
track just north 0f tlt o river north
< f HoDkinsville has been desig
Dated LathtlllI
Brakeman Thos Oausler was
on the interurban train last week
performing tho duties of flagman
during the absence of Fred
Ashby
I Engineer Leonard Huff went
to S ebree with the Ben Hur
Dramatic Club Friday night to
r sing with the Male Quartette
Robt Jordan of Guthrie has
accepted a position with the
mechanical j department pf the
1N at this place
I iTJagmah Fred Ashby of the
interurban seryice has resumed
duty after ani absence of soveial
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Conductor John Longstatf of
tl GreenbriorTeuii spent Sunday
iii the city with friends and rela
t tiyesoperator v <
Operator Rhoades of EUst St
Louis has been transferred to
iHopkinsville
iHopkinsvilleBratjemaiv
Brakeman Herbert Smothers
visited home foll s at Mortons
Gap Sunday
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HOME COMING IN HOPKINS COUNTY I
Continued from Page 1
Coming invitarion This list by
no means represents the attend
ance of those who went from
this county Practically every
one accepting the invitation has
stated that hoor she will be ac
companied by from two to five
othersThe
The Home Coming Association
at Louisville informs us that
Hopkins county will according
to its estimates be represented
by 600 former citizens of this
county during the big June
eventAs
As the railroads have made a
rate of one fare for the round
trip from Louisville to all points
in Kentucky tickets going on
sale June 10th it is expected
that all former citizens of our
county who visit Louisville will
come to their old homes as soon
as they have partaken fully of
Louisvilles hosyitalty
The following is the list re
ferred to
Hopkins County
Ruv E C Leeper and wife Mans
field Tex
Mrs J F Ezellt Otly Mo
L G Bishop Wiufleld Kau
IJ E Long Nashville Tenn
Mrs Ed Plnnebakor Vlsalla Calif
E Parrisji Edportlno Calif
W 0 Ashby Monette Ark
B F Holgood Blsbeo Ariz
Stephen Brooks M ntee Ark
T J Brown New Madrid Mo
Mrs H Scarborough Chicago Ill
Dr D E Slaton Johnson City Ill
James Leo RobortsonMcLeansboro
Ill
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E M Hannor Mauiiie 111
E Trltohott Aiialla N M
W H Suutt Detroit Mich
G S Mangum Cameron Tex
Ben Moore Arnill rex
Mrs Charlie Gisk Morris Minn
J E Robinson Beokvllle Tex
W A Leepor Mansfield Tex
11 S Eastwood Sangu Tex
J W Baker Cottage Grove Ore
John L Phelps AVheatland Wyo
Charles A Winstead LoralneWyo
Mrs A sL Welsh Oklahoma City
Okla
Mrs James F Culler Salem Ohio
C Thomson Antioch Ohio
Mrs D F Byles Blum Wash
JO Speed Cloves Ohio
T6 Robertson Posoyvtlle Intl
Milts Helen Robertson Washington
IndWilliam
William Suthard Llnto Iud
Charles M Boshuars Griflln Ind
G W Williams Garden City Kan
J U Harris Gainesville Tex
F W Whitflwhl Sun Gabriel Tex
S D Brlfitow Vnoavllle Cat
W B Jackson Gainesville Tex
J A Lovell Santa Clitru Cal
J n Foley St Louln Mo
J R lIvens Paris Tex
J N Eastwood Pilot Point Tex
E A Moiling Oklahoma City Okla
Felix Shauklnfor Cincinnati Ohio
Elglo UmstPiui Pittsburg Pa
Marion Gentry Los Angnlos Cal
Robert McLean Mt Vernon Ill
Sallio Pnrken Hoary Grove Tex
Mrs W U Hull McPliersoij Kau
R Reynlh1R lt Myers 1la
J R Clift New Albany Kan
VyuFrank
Frank Holfmati St Louis Mo
S H Wcolfolk Pratt KILn
0 L Null Jonesboro Ark
are caused by Indigestion If you eat a
little too much of if you are subject to
attacks of Indigestion you have no doubt
had shortness of breath rapid heart beats
heartburn or palpitation of the heart
Indigestion causes the stomach to
expand swell and puff up against the
heart This crowds the heart and inter
feres with its action andin the course of
time the heart becomes diseased
Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure
digests what you eat takes the strain offti
of the heart and contributes nourishment
strength and health to every organ of the
body Cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour
Stomach Inflammation of the mucous
membranes lining the Stomach and Diges
tive Tract Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh
of the Stomach
After eatlnff my food would distress mo by making
my heart pal tateand I would become very weak
Finally I cot p bottle of Kodol and It gave me Imma
dlata relief After using a few bottles lam cured
MRS LORING NICHOLS Penn Van N Yr
I had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as 1
had heart trouble with It I took Kodol Dyspepsia
Curs for about lour months and it cured me
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Its no trouble to buy Dress Goods that will wear satisfactorily Thats not the question
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It is not a guess any more whether White Goods will be the thing for this
Season or not but an actual settled fact and we have supplied ourselves well
in the Wool Linen and Cotton Fabrics and are ra position to protect you
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Soft Materials LikeAlbatross
Albatross
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Lansdown in White only
42 inches wide like silk at 100
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