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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 18 October 1889

GO 10 C. 19. UK ANDSKIIIS BE AUTIFUL DRESS GOODS A ad Trimming and For Cloaka. etttttdiiittu ' DO NOT FAIL TO INSPECT C. M.Latham's New Stock j or ooonr, Cwproiij luj Artick Hit It tab CHf. VOLUME XI. HOPKINSVILLE. CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY., OCTOBER 48.1889. NUMBER 84 113 FUILI8HBD TOE8DAT8 AID FBIDAT8, .lASjSAnjm Thro. E. Hartley, Business Manager. SUBSORIFTIOX RATES. Oh gopr, ou jm, stitaUr aaak la ae UM W oa.oopr.Blz saoalhj IEAVENING POWER Of the TarioH Baking Fowden UIu i tntes! from aetul testa. . BCTAL (Pl wpxbh Srutl (Aha ..MM Bute'i(lW).Bi Cham (Aiua Powdn).. BTit"udO.X.(Alaa Olaralaaa'a jtoaaaf &aa rrucMco) .. Csar Dr. Priori Iwt flak (Graft) Oo&fTtM euiat1.. EllM1! (Mom Sock), wtvw not ftwk . Jmm tall AC) .MB Battfefa1! (PhcafihaM), WM not frwb . . It parts of tioTenuBent Ckembte. ana viKHtcMB utcrraMBU. 11 uwsasj x eunuua IUm aliua r ptwepiuitM. T oUmt tnjarloijsj auto. JaUW ' VI U. AVU (A, AS. A. "Tha UnfiJ Balrtnr rniMur la uodoabtMty th lauawii nuim DMinir p ore o...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 18 October 1889

IjojiltitisDillf Jif utuchian. CHM. M- MEACHAM, KKIDAV, OCTOBER 18, 1889. j HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY. A lire and f rowing rl tr ol 8,000 Inhibltanta, aUa.uxil.acountjol M,0M. Tin Lonumlta ad NaahriU. k w two liaaa ol railroad In Ik aoanlr.-. v Tha UrMt tobaeoo frowlni avutiuik world. Wbaat.oorn, bar eoal, lit. .took ill InilU prodooad (or sxport to nt iiusntltlo. l'bjt olr Mi or bank. wlthanagKragateoapllalotlU,0. AP"" log mill and wagon faolorj. tkrM carriage (aotorlu, llm. laolorj, tobueo i.anufaotorj, two (oasdrlM, thrM brlokjarda, broom tao orr.ataara UnnJry, lot fMlorr, two larga Souring mill. In tb tltf and scleral l the eonntr. Splendid drlrlng par nd flne opera houae. rireturnplk.1 centering In Hopklnn Tllle. Building and Loan AaaoolaUoa, Horn stvelal Club, a telephone exohange,nninbered atraauand kouaea and eltr Itgbiad by gaa. MacadamUed atresia end brlok aldawalka all mr tha dir. Blawn oburabaa, two colleges, ahlgnaohoolaad Ike flae.t sretam ol publlo echoole. whlta andoulo...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 18 October 1889

TNIO. i.lARILEV, KJilDAY, OCTOBEIl 18, 889. : V PERSONAL, GOSSIP. Wises L.llle and Kite WooldrulK' have-returnad from Owensboro. Misses Fannie Uaruelt aud Miry Clardy art visiting Miss Mary Bad ford. Walter Lawaon, who haa beau Calllfornla for two yeare. returned home Tueiday. Dra. V, M. Melealle and J. D.CIar dy left yesterday to attend the Far mer'a Inatltute at Bowling Green Mr. II. P. DIIU haa returned from Cincinnati. Ula new book, "Duu oath Abbey," will be out In a few days. Mlu May Faulkner, daughter of lion. E. Boyd Faulkner, of West - Virginia, who wn one of the brides maida at the Erwlu-Sweoney wed ding In Owcnsboro Tuesday, arrived here Wedneaday and with her moth r it visiting Mrt. M. U. Edmund, At the Pliawlx : 3 uo. W. Thomas, Nabvllle ; W. C. E.tes, Uniuntown Tuos. Elliott and J. It. Nuckoli, fa duoab;E. U. Giiruey, Claiktvllle J. C. 8110II, Maohvllle ; Uou V John on and O. D. MoCaley, Loulaville Juo. W. Bolar, (Jiuciunall ; F. G Creamer, Frod A. Ilurlbut, J. M. Carra...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 18 October 1889

USE IVORY SOAP IN THE STABLE. THE IvorV Soap is most excellent for washing galled spots, scratches, etc., etc., on horses, for It will cleanse without irri tating, -and the vegetable oils of which it is made are cooling and healing in effect A WORD OF WARNING. Thare art many whita loapi, each represented to be "mt l good at the ' Ivory) " Ihey ARE NOT, but like all counterfeits, lack the peculiar and remarkable qual.l.e. of the genuine. Aik for "Ivory" Soap and insist upon getting it, . Copyrlaht 18M, br Prosier Gamble. . TpfHnsvillt fttntutkian. IS AND SO NINTH STREET, HOPKINSVILLE, . KENTUCKY ADYEBTISrWa BATES.;, ' Oh Itcb one lima, fl M; oa wMk, II .10; all Honthe. 19.00! tweUe month. li.M. One oolumnone time,! 11.00; on week, H.0Oj U mastlu, tw.W; twtlT montti, 1M.W. A JAPANESE STORY. Aa Bxealeal Illoetmtloa af a Oraaplaa, I " " Cloee-Flateel Temper. ' In every country town there are at least one or two men of bed repute (or jjjreedlnesa They always Insist upon I ell that belong...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 22 October 1889

GO TO CM. Hi ANOSKKIIH BEAUTIFUL DRESS GOODS And Trimming wad Far Cloaks. itttstitfle DO NOT FAIL TO IN8PECT C. M.Latham's New Stock or uoon, . - Conpriiiag Ian; Article Km U'lkii Crtj. VOLUME XI. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY., OCTOBER 22. 1889. NUMBER 85 rTJBLISHED TUESDAYS AHD FSIDATS, Tmo. E. Babtlev, Business Alauagor. DIPHTHERIA. An Official Document. Tho SUta Board of Health baa la- sued tlie tallowing and It circulating I ii uirougnoui me otaie: JUST RECEIVED FOR CBIOR1PTION RATES. On sopy, at year, strloU' eaah la ed- puavEtrrtoN or diphtmiria. Orriui or State Board or Health) Uowlibq Ghken, Kr.,Oct. 17, 1889 ..S,os ..11.00 veoopr,alx months To the Health Officer and People 0 1 n v r ii u ii si n innr HEW TfiKBETSS Kentucky: The unuiual nrovalenc. or illnh. thorla In many sections of the State makes it Important that the attention I of our health olflcfale and people! iiuuiu uu uaueu 10 me oeai meitious 1 lor preventing toe occurrence or restricting the unread of the d...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 22 October 1889

V fypkimviUt fttntutklan. CHAt. H- MffACHAH, TUESDAY, OCTOBKI122, 18S9. ( HOPKlNSVILLE. KENTUCKY. A lira ud frowmf fltrol 8,000 Inhabltasta, IIij.ukI In aoounlj ot 40,000. The LouiaviUe andNaahvUl bu two Una of railroad Is ha eounly. Tha lareeet tobaeoo rowli( aooiiir in ttto world. Wbeattoora, aav ooai. lira Mock aad frulta orodnoad lor export la " 'arya tiuanlltlaa. Tba elty haa four bank with aa agnragaU oapltai ol tut,0M. A Han Ib( mill and wafoa factory, ttarea carriage faotorlae, lima factory, tobaooo loaaufeotory, two loandrlee, three brickyards, broom fao ory. eleam laundry, loa factory, two larfa aonrtof mlUi la tba city aad aayoral la tha eonnty. Splendid driving par aad ana opera kouaa. rivetnrnplkeeoenterlng la Hopklae- Tllla, Balldloi aad Loaa Asaoolatloa, Com meralal Club, aialephooa exchange, n am barad streets aad kooaaa aad city lighted by gas. Macadamised streets aad brick aldawalkl all over tha city. liana ohurehee, two eollegea, ahlsheebnoland the llnest ayatam o...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 22 October 1889

4 2jojmitiuiUe lentucitian. CREAM OF NEWS. THIO. I.BARTLIY, . . selases Blaaaer TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1889. PERSONAL GOSSIP, , Another Lawyer Assaulted. Saturday morning h lawyer D. L Johnson was walking along tbe pave ment near tbe oorner of Malu and Sixth streets, In company with Park er Wright, Frank MoCarroll atepped out of tbe hallway at tbe foot of tbe steps leading to the rooma above tbe Planters Bank and dealt him a pow Henry Fraukel apent Sunday In Clarksvllle. Mr. Lute Petroe, of Trenton, apent Sunday at home. ReT. T. B. Moore, of Trenton, waa rful blow from behiud, with a large In the oltv Friday. heavy slick. The blow on Johnson's Capt. J. B. Martin, of Glasgow, ". ' 7? ... "' u,u "u'l,tb'. Frltx' aland. Telephone 144. HERE AND THERE. The lock-up had a rushing business Saturday. Buy Pure Jersey Cream and Milk from Bitter Bros All of the race-horse men packed up and left on Sunday'a trains. II. H. Golay was put on as a spec. lal policeman during the raoes. THE RACES. Premi...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 22 October 1889

MRS. BROWN AND MRS. GREEN. ; Said Mrs. Brown lo Mrs. Green, In vain my laundress bolls and rubs What makes your garments look so clean? The clothes, and labors at her tubs; No speck or dirt on them is seen My newest garments soon look worn, To mar your linen's glossy sheen ; ,Get streaked and lusterless and torn. Your woolen dress that was so soiled, 'Said Mrs. Green, in turn: My dear, 1 thought that it was surely spoiled, Poor soap has spoiled your clothes I fear, Now looks as spick and span as though Compelled your laundress first to boil. It never had been spattered so! Then spend her days in fruitless toil. This fine old lace is firm and white ; My laundress uses Ivory Soap, Your silk hose keep their colors bright; And in its cakes for you there's hope; Your shawl, your gloves, are spotless, too ; What in my clothes so pleases you. That old print gown seems really new 1 To Ivory Soap is wholly due. A WORD OF WARNING. There are. many white soaps, esch represented to be "Just 11 g...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 25 October 1889

1 1 GO TO C. II LiTHAM'S i ANDSKEIItl : , ' BEAUTIFUL DRESS GOODS And Trimming Had Far Clonk. 0 .4-1 1 T DO NOT FAIL TO INSPECT. j'Ji CM.btham'sNewStock ' ', ' ' or oooo,.,.;,',' . ; ..- Unpriiiig' luf-ArtitlerHw to tka VOLUkE.XI.' , jorrS ' ' nfn' 1 t HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY., OCTOBER 25:4889. NUMBER 8Q; ; PUBLISHED TDTBDAY8 AHD FBIDAT8, y aiAjMEACIJAIl Tiiio. E. DARTi.ir, Business Manager. SUBgORIPTIOM BATES. Oil oopv, on rear, etrloUfaaahutad. i MM . On oopr, six aonU i 910 LEAVEOTG-POWER- Of tka Wioa Baking Powders Blwf I trafarf from aclual teats. r tOTAxltw rut V Alw) . Xajafora'a (MU...M HasAri'stweoafrtili) - Cham (Alaal Powikr) . DTa"aadO.X.AhuBi Olsrslaal's PtonssrlBen FnaciKo).... tar. .;.;.... Dr.FrW hn flak (GnTi) Congress Hooker's Y.. 7?..! OUloVs luM (Mom Sect), wk foaillAllI llllCfc.rn. JtajniOrl'a (Pbaphtte), whta M frak . . . Beporta of (roreniment Chemist. The Rnvel Raklna rovitell umitil4 of mre MMt wltolMome liiaredtoala. II dona nut .nuua ilhr alum o...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 25 October 1889

XjophiMvillt aaentufftian. .CHAt.X. HCACHAM.' - K1U DAY, OCTOUER 85. 889. ' ' j - L ' "' "J HOPKINSyi.ULF., KENTUCKY. A lls sadirpwiaf rltTot0OS lnbabltuu. If aatsd la eonatjr el tO,KA. TIM LouiSYlUa aad NsabTlU hu two IIm of railroad lb. 'malt. TM taMHt tobacco growla ountyrata world. Wkumin, has eoal. llfostookaad frulU pndaead tor export la 'arga-ojiaalltlaa. Tb. ally kH (our baokj vlib .a aisnaat capital otSita.loo. Asia. Ins mill aad wkfoo tutor?. thrM eaRUs taotorlss, Urn factory, lobasoo naauiaoiory, two foundries. Mum briokrards, broom faa- ory. iteara lauadry, la factory, tw Ursa aourlag milli la th city and ssvaral la the eouaty.BplaadlddrlTlaipar ud In Optra fcousa. rmuraplka Material la Hopkias- Tllla.. Bulldlacaad Ida AasoolaUoa, Com Borstal Club, a talapboae axobaaca,asjaliand atraataaad aooaaa aad ally lisbtasl ky gas. Macadamised atraaU aad brink sidewalks aU over tba city., Elevsa eburebes, two eollesas kit k aakool aad Ike taest lyitam ol puUlo sobools, white aad s...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 25 October 1889

Jjopkinouillc Ktntttfhiatt. . (.ARTLCV, Buelaoae Muitr FRIDAY, OOTOBEIt 25, 1889 ( PERSONAL GOSSIP. II ? s ; j , , 5 . - Mitt Kate (Jut brie, of tiracey. u . In town Tuesday. ' Gld Qoocb, of Nashville, U on hort visit to his father's family. F. P. Renshaw toturned Wednes day from a trip to Texai and the Wert. lira. Cornelia Wallace and daugh ter, Mra. Wiebard, went to Louisville Tuesday. . ..v....... -; Hiaa Genevieve Anderaon left yes. terday for an eatendod ylait to liar rodsbqrg, Ky. . . a . Mr. Frank Bull la attending the Young Men'a Prose Aisoclatlon at Bowling Gremi. Mra. A F. William", of Umsoll Tills, visited tier daughter, Mrs. Thos. Rodman, Tuesday. Miss Sallie Ilargrave, of Gallatl Teua.. is vlsitUm ber sister, Mrs., W. A. Reed, of Bjllevlew. Mint Line Orissain and her guests, Misses TwiekT aud CSol Iday, are lilting In Clarksvllle. Mr. A. 8 Caldwoll wont to Liu'u ville this week as a rt.leKite to Hie O ld Fellows' convention. Misses Daisy and Violot K'oeman have returned...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 25 October 1889

MRS. BROWN AND MRS. GREEN. Said Mrs. Brown to Mrs. Green, "Ni ' In ain my laundress boils and rubs What makes your garments look so cleanf The clothes, and labors at her tubs; No speck or dirt on them is seen My newest garments soon look worn, To mar your linens glossy sheen; -' Get streaked and lusterless and torn. Your woolen dress that was so soiled. Said Mrs. Green, in turn! My dear, 1 thought that it was surely spoiled, ' ' Poor soap has spoiled your clothes I fear, Now looks as spick and span as though Compelled your laundress first to boil. It never had been spattered sol Then spend her days in fruitless toil. This fine old lace is firm and white ; My laundress uses Ivory Soap, Your silk hose keep their colors "bright; And in its cakes for you there's hope; Your shawl, your glores, are spotless, too; What in my clothes so pleases you, That old print gown seems really new! To Ivory Soa? is wholly due. A WORD OF WARNING. There are many white toaps, each represented t be "Just a...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 29 October 1889

go to c. u. mm '. i AND SEE III BEAUTIFUL DRESS GOODS And Trimmlaffi and Far Cloaki. jUMiitittitJiiie DO NOT FAIL TO INSPECT C. M.Latham's New Stock . or GOOD, CpriiiK luj Article) In h tkia Cut. K 1 QAX 11 t 1 - i 1 VOLUME XI. HOPKINSVILLE. CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY., OCTOBER 29.1889. fnUSBEO TUESDAYS AHD rJUDATS, C.MEAQjAJl Tuio. E. Bahtley, Itueinoss llanagor. UB80R1FTION RATES. Oateony.eaeysar, atrtctl eaab la a- nt eopy, tlx moathi.. ,.w,ot . 11,00 NUMBER 87 BILL SNORT IN THE HOUSE. WHITE "1". P0V7D Absolutely Pure. V: UNPARALLELED ! Tbla pawtter aeTtr Tartee. a mar) a . rnt7, ura;jtli aad wkoiMomtBMi. Mora ommI fttuta the ordinary t , aavl sm aot beeoid ! oompetilloa w I lb the tttituu4 L a te'tatt, hort waifd. bUub or photm!.. fowitera. Sold onlr la iwm. ROYAL Bit inu ruwDH uo mm wall J(, T -BUSINESS CARDS.' ruialUJAlN and SuttUtUiN Ln' the I HMIIan liuik Ik. . 1. .1 J The Bad Newt From Indianapolis How Harrison Receive! It What . Harrison Thinki About the In- dianapolls Republica...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 29 October 1889

2jopkitt0t)Ule HentuckifmJ, CHAt. M. MEACHAM, tatter. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1889. HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY. lire end growing tltr of 8,000 Inhabltanta, sltastedlnaoountyol 40,000. The Louisville endNeahTUle hM two linen o! railroad In too oonnly. Tbo laraost tobaooo frowlnn oualvratke world. Wb4at,eora, bay eoal, lire .took and frulu produced "r i-ort in inianttlet..Ja our baa lour banka wltk am asxresata capital oftttt.OOO. plan, lna mill and wagon f aetorj, three earrlaie teetortee, lima factory, tobaooo inaanlaetorr, two foundries, three brtokyards, broom fao- ory, steam laundry, loo taetory, two largo lonrlni mllla In the city and antral In the county. Splendid drlTlog par and flno opera bo ate. Fire turnpike, oen taring In Hopklne- Tllle. Bnlldtwaad Loan Aaeoelatloa, Com menial Club, atalepbone exohange,auabered troeU and boom and our Hinted by M Macadamised streets and brlok aldewalae all orar tbo oltr. Blerea churches, two sollegee ahigheobooland tbo nnett system of pnbllo aehool...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 29 October 1889

r jfopjitttggUle ffentuchitttt. TtttO. (.(AlirLIV, . . eleeie M...S" TUK8DAY, OCTOBERS, 1889. PERSONAL Q08SIP. Mlii Johuulo Beard is la St. Louis thli week. Miss Llvla Thompson spent last week In Klkton. .. Jno. T. Boddle, of Lafayette, wu la town yesterdsy. Mr. Walter Elstn and bride are boarding at Dr. Ulll'a. Proi. J. W. Rust hai returneJ from a beneficial anjourn at Dawson. C. M. Day, L. N. agent at Crof- ton, spent yesterday in the city. Mlu Ellen Johnion, of Louisville, li visiting her aunt Mrs. 0. B. Webb. Dr. and Mrs. Andrew Beargent . bare returned from a trip to Louli Me., Root. Cook hss gone to Galocs ille. Tel.. to be night clerk In I hotel. ' ' " Mrs. R.W. Ware and eon, Jamet II. Ware, vlsllod friends In Clarks Tllle last week. Mrs. W.'O. nnaora, of Charlottes. Tills. Ya., la visiting her daughter, . Mr. Ja. -B. Wood. The family of Mr. F. T. Oorraan will leave next Thursday for Clarke Tllle, their futuro honw. ', ' ' Mr. Julltii Ui'ff.ladl, representing - Moore A Slark,...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 29 October 1889

"A new theory has been started with regard to the use of soap on the face. Women who for years have been careful of their com plexions would never, under any circumstances, wash the face in soap, as it was said to roughen and coarsen the skin. Now, that Ivory Soap has been invented, this idea is exploded, and a well known physician in the metropolitan profession recommends his women patients to use it freely every day, lathering the skin well. He states that none but the most beneficial results will be effected by this method of improving the skin. He holds with considerable plausibility that the pores of the face become as much clogged by grease and dirt as the hands or any other portion of the body. And if soap is considered a necessary purifier in the bath,' its needs must be felt equally on the face. By an abundant and regular lathering the facial pores, he claims, are kept open, clean, free from the clogging matter that produces unsightly blackheads, acne, pimples, and a pure, ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 1 November 1889

Gu to c. iii. uinun ' AND BKK IIIB BEAUTIFUL DRESS GOODS Aad Trtmmf ng-i ud Far Cloak, DO NOT FAIL TO INSPECT ' C. M. Latham's New Stock or GOOD?, ; Coifriiiig Iu; McIm lilt fc tail (Hf. V, I Ja V VOLUME XI. TOBUSHBD TDESDiTS UD FMDAT8, CHASJI Tbbo. E. Bastliy, Business Manager. WBBORIFTIOK RATES. Oa oop7, otie 7 mt, ttrlotlr aaeh la ad- UM . ..U.0S BOOP7,1X BOBth 1 11,01 7 LEAVENING POWER. Of the varies. Baking Powaers Ulna- ' . i tratea freaa actual testa. a XOTAl(Pit)l gnat's (Alu-J ...MB Samba (frmk)...m Oiara iaWm Pmrte) . Davis" WL (AM tomlaaat . THaneer Pa rnwanaeat. Dr. Me Ileto (Orr., ... Oeigne. ...... n - ,Beaker-s enus Re. . rawKAxtimkCo.) hsmi (rtniiiii.). h ( Bepotia of tfrverameat Chemista. "Tf Knfi naallif P.wrt.r la nunniuaad of pare wuieraJaaieSBjitofroUMC injuria., ejie. ma cm. T ki.Wxiiu. Lo7, ra.IV i w infiMMu i . nww mama "Th. Roral Bikini ftn4 iaat trlll " Th. Roral Beatny PowiWir to nnaonbtMlrr the mi. aeui luiiHruniM v. -Th. Hire! Raking Powder to Twet In qn...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 1 November 1889

5 V J v CHA. ". MEACHAM, VltlDAY, NOVUM BKIt 1. Una HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY. -' a im ut growls rltt of t,00 Inhabitants, situated ia oountf al o,ooo. So Latuaville ud Naahrtlle hu (wo liaea of railroad la tke ooaalr. The larfeal tobaeoo growing eounitiatae world. . Wheat, oora, hay ooal, lire .lout aid fralU produosd (or export in Urge quantities. The eltr M four basks wtln eu aggregate cap lul ofWts.ooo. Aplaa lai mill and wafoa laotorr, throe aaxrtag taotorlas, lima laotorr, tobaoso laaaulaotorr, two loandrtee, thro brickyards, broom laa orr. steam lauadrr, lot laotorr. f I"" oaring; aula la Ibo elty aad several la the went;. Splendid driving par aad ae opera kouea. KlTaturaplseeoenterlni la Hopklne vtlle. Building aad Loan Aeeoolatloa, Oom aMrolal Club, alalopbooe exchange, numbered street, and kouea aad ellr lighted r ! Macadamised streets and krlek lidewalka al afar the ollr. Klerea okarokee, two eollegee a high school aad taa Snoot sreteat of publle school, wklu and oolorad, la...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 1 November 1889

3)ophin0ulUc ricnturkian. THtO. I.IARTLIV, t.la.t M....r FIUDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1889. t PERSONAL GOS8IP. Dr, F. M. Stiles and Mr. John P; ,-' Burnett have gone to Louisville, i. J - - Sara. JouB V. Campbell baa returned from an extended vliU to Went Vir ginia. ' D. J. McCord bu returned from a three waeke visit to relatives In Mis souri. Mre. J J. Cbtppell, of Cadiz, eame up yesterday and attended tbe Sum mer-Lacy wedding. . ' Mr. J. M. Biker, late of the Hawei Title Xt$- World, was In tbe yeeter day en route to Nashville. Dr. J. C. McDavItl and bride, nee MIm You iik, arrived Tuesday even Ing auJere twardlng at. Mr. 110. N Hills', on 7lh itreet - G. A. Roth came over from Ilo klnivlllo Wedno dsv morning to attend tbe marrlngo of bla daughter. -ClarknTllle Chronicle. . Mn. A. Q. WarlMd, of Clarke' vllle, Tenn., hai returned borne after a visit to hor mother. She wa accompanied by MIm Fannlo Fair lelgb who will make her a visit, CREAM OF NEWS. Mined Hii Mark. - A warrant for the arreat ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 1 November 1889

"A new theory has been started with regard to the use of soap on the face. Women who for years have been careful of their com plexions would never, under any circumstances, wash the face in soap, as it was said to roughen and coarsen the skin. Now, that Ivory Soap has been invented, this Idea is exploded, and a well , known physician in the metropolitan profession recommends his women patients to use it freely every day, lathering the skin well. He states that none but the most beneficial results will be effected by this method of improving the skin. He holds with considerable plausibility that the pores of the face become as much clogged by grease and dirt as the hands or any other portion of the body. And if soap is considered a necessary purifier m the bath, its needs must be felt equally on the face. By an abundant and regular lathering the facial pores, he claims, are kept open, clean, free from the clogging matter that produces unsightly blackheads, .icne, pimples, and a pure,...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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