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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 FIFTEENTH YEAR EARLINGTON HOPKINS COUNTY KYf THURSDAY MAY 26 1904No21 l r KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Prominent Part of Uniform Rank 1 in Encampment at Louis it ville 1 i EVERY COMPANY IN KEN j i3 TUCKY TO BE REPRESENTED Kentucky now has twenty t three companies of the uniform i Rink Knights of Pythias which f1willplfy a prominent part in the Biennial Encampment festivities r- atGtf Louisville next August Three companies have been organized I within the past few weeks and two of these are yet to be mus inthe Manchester and 4Butler companies Evergreen Company No 27 of Hopkins r ville the third one has recently completed its election of ollicers Every company in Kentucky tiwill assign men to do escort duty on the parade review and escort committee under the chairman ship of Charles B Norton during the August meeting Each incoming delegation of Pythians will be met at the railroad sta tion and escorted to camp or other locations where the visitors will find quarters YiVhilethe finance committee of association is col letting funds for the entertain L ment of Louisville guests thet iwexccuti e committee ifl now tak lug up various contracts con nected with the encampment It is estimated that there will be not less than 15000 Knights in camp probably 5000 more find ing quarters in other localities Included in the request for bids on comp equipment are named lows and pillow slips pads for he cots of the campers tinware tnd soap and candles The lat er will be used inside the tents xcellent arrangements will be jnade for the lighting of the camp treets by electricity j Fire at Hecla Sunday night between 11 and 12 oclock a fire originated in the dwelling of Press Scott col of Hecla and consumed six resi iences four of them owned by Jim Alexander of Madisonville and the other two by Dr Gardi ner were consumed The fire was well under way when dis covered and it was impossible to extinguish it although a brave effort was made to do so One of the houses was occupied by Leandorllpied by colored people The I ority of the household goods I o saved with the exception e first house to burn and f re was too far gone when Bred to remove any of the tits The origin of the fire 1 known Parties living in use where the fire started I there had been no fire Aouse since one oclock partiallyI y lUsurap1ce red by buggyShaft man by name of Mit- I i1 ithves in thE Nebo not painfully if f t ly injured while at- Y fleaOlive Branch church hewSunday It seems ding amo II some iugies two of them going anlt bet J manwasca i shafts and one of the eatni jng a his abdomrrnak- c prove fatalound which may a Londonpape eport a BUCCOBB cesetufratseltenham Suc o e Bug i J s 1 CoenenBarbero Miss Annie Coenen and Mr Omer 0 Barbero were united in matrimony Tuesday morning at 8 oclock at the church of Immaculate Conception in the presence of a large number of friends and acquaintances The ceremony was performed- in a very impressive manner by Rev A M Ooeueu an uncle of the charming bride After the ceremony reception was given at the home of the brides par ents where quite number of the bride and bridegrooms friends feasted and made merry Miss Coenen is the youngest daughtei of Mr and Mrs Julious Coenen and is one among the nicest and most popular young ladies of the city Mr Barbero is a rising young railroad mon in the employ of the L S N who has many friends during his resi deuce hero and who stands high in the estimation of the officials The bride wore an eletant French lawn dress trimmed in Valen ciennes lace and carried a pearl studded prayer book The hand some groom wore the regulation suit of black The happy couple went to Nashville and will spend their honeymoon on the farm of the grooms father a few miles from that city Their many friends wish them a long and prosperous life in their new re lationship Raw Eggs a Tonic A raw egg is an excellent tonic and is very strengthening If prepared in the following way it is really a delicious drink Put the yolk of an egg into a dish with a teaspoonful orange or lemon juice and beat lightly to gether with a fork Put the whites on a plate and adds pinch of salt then with a broadblade knife beat it to a stiff froth Now as lightly as possible mix all together in the dish then as lightly transfer it to a clean tumbler which it will nearly fin if properly made It must not stand in a warm place as it soon becomes liquid and loses its snowy look Any fruit juice may be used in place of orange or lemon Cure for Milk Fever In Cattle Found Dr Anderson Garth the veteri nary surgeon of Trenton Ky has discovered a treatment for milk fever in cattle which ho believes- to be a sure cure On Saturday- Dr I Garth was called to see a fine cow tiat had been down for six hours and nearly dead He took- a bicyle pump and inserted the tube in a teat pumped the udder full of air In less than an hour the animal was up and grazing and is now wAll This is the first and only cure of the disoa3e known to cattle breeders in this section of the state Team Ran Away One of the teams belonging to Barnhills stable at Madisonville became frightened at the train here last Friday and in their frantic endeavor to get away railrQadletrwagon driven by Mr Pritchett 1f1dadiS DVille No one was in With the Xrays and Nrays d1s overed the gclentlata can proceed at their leisure to flU In the other rays from to Z California Beads word that half the aguB crop is ruined Guess well have to make it something else It la vinaigrette this year Probably the motorpathia cere trails1 from which the automobillat suffers is no worse than the ailments contracted bfthe persons he runs over J J OFFICERS APPOINTED NonCommission Officers in Earl ington Company Announced by Capt Paul P Price GENERAL ORDERS NO 1 After a months drilling of the Earlington company the follow selections were made for non commission officers by Capt Price Headquarters Earliiigfon Company Third Infantry K SG Earliiigton Ky May 2jrd 1904 GENERAL ORDERS No1 Par I The appointment of Henry W Rodgers first ser geant Carl E Woolfolk Q M sergeant Claude Lone second sergeant Jno B Robinson third sergeant Brick South wurth fourth sergeant and Thomas 0 Long fifth sergeant is announced to date from May 23rd U904 and they will be obeyed and respected accordingly Par II The appointment of J L Miles Ben Wilson J Y Montague Tom Peyton and Ernest Brinklev to rank as cor porals from May 23rd 1904 is announced and they will be obeye and respected accordingly Par III The appointment of Jas C Morelan and Albert Lar mouth as musicians is announced to date from May 28rd 1904 Par IV The appointment of C B Stokes as artificer is an nounced to date from May 23rd 1004 By order of PAUL P PRICE Captitin Coniiiiatidinteau Bad Smash at Danville Fourth Wreck Within the Past Month The fourth wreck that has oo curred within the past month on the Cincinnati Southern Rail way and within a mile of the Danville depot occurred Mon day afternoon freight train No 40 running at the rate of thirty miles an hour and one engine and eight box cars were smashed to pieces The engineer and fire man on the illfated engine stayed with their engine and came out of the wreck with but few bruises It is a miracle that they were not killed The en gine jumped the track tore through a box car and ran halfway down an embankment For tunately for the engineer and fireman it did not upset To Teach School Following is a list of the 37 white applicants who were examined in Madisonville Friday and Saturday a d who desire to teach school in Hopkins county Misses Mildred Coffman An nie Clark Lula Cavanaugh Fan nie Morgan Lillie Brasher Liz zie Edwards Verdie Pinkerton Ada Samples Minnie Cosby Lula Nelson Gracie Cox Mattie Gra nor MMaYiMorrowMaude Fox Phoebe Potts Jewel Logan LulaAllen Carrie Coffman Goldie Wilkes Messrs L B icKnight Ira 0Ooor Gainor Brown A L VqazeypBJclas Patterson Neel Fox JL Sisk I V Whitfieldi Emmett Bailey NE Miller Robt Howton Harry Shelton Jester Trader W S Hancock W L Si k Olaude Porter G D Deere and Hugh Egbert A native orchestra of 16 places- dtecourseasgeet music in the Yisay an villiage on the Philippine reservation at the Worlds Fair A number of the players are composers as- well and have written several corn positions t 41rr n RAISED CAIN At Olive Branch Church Last Sunday Special Session of Grand Jury to Act In Matter It is reported that the cOl duct of some people at Olive Branch church near Hanson Sunday was such that Judge Gordon has or dered a special grand jury em paneled to investigate the mis conduct which is reported to have occurred Sunday and the rood people generally commend Ins prompt action in dealing with the matter The people are entitled to peaceful deportment at church and other public gatherings and the authorities should dea 1 severely with those found to be guilty of misconduct Plays Fast Ball Dawson and Princeton crossed bats on the formers diamond Sunday afternoon The game was largely attended and much interest shown on both sides The Dawson team was strength ened by our crack catcher Leon ard Goodloe who played good ball but the game was lost by the terrific batting of the visitors The feature of the same was Goodloes catching for Dawson Caught a Floater While Jodie Cunningham the son of fisherman living on the Ohio river four miles north of Mt Vernon was running his trot line Monday he felt a heavy weight about the middle of the line which he naturally supposed was a large fish When he raised it carefully to the surface it proved to be the body of a negro man that had caught on one of hurriedlyfuiovPedtb6TIila4iJl father of the case It is supposed the floater was Starling Boone who fell from the Wabash near that point last Friday Electric Light Plant of HopKinsville De stroyed by Fire The electric light plant owned by the Hopkinsville Gas and Lighting Company was destroyed by fire Monday The loss is 30 000 with 5OOOPinsurance The origin of the fire is not known There was no one in the building when it caught and when the flames were discovered the roof was falling The plant furnished lights for the city and in resi dence and business houses The streets will be in darkness until the plant can be rebuilt which will require probably two months Wanted the Train to Stop John Thompkins a young man from Webster Ky arrested at the Seventh street depot in Louisville Monday night charged with carrying concealed a dead ly weapon was fined 25 and sentenced to ten days in jail in Police Court this morning Thompkins became angered be cause the officials would not let him board a fast train that did stop at Nortonville and it is said opened his grip and placed a gun in his pocket with the apparent intention of enforcing his demands New lftutu fet Keitfucky Wnsb tigtony2SRural free delivery routes ordered establish ed in Bracken county Ky June 16 Brooksville With four car riers area covered eighty square miles population to be served 3017 Germantown with one carrier area covered eighteen square miles population served 702 George A Oaldwell appoin ed regular Alvin R Allphin substitute rural carriers at fret tenden Ky t l II 1 WWf1 J- f 1f q yy Q ti 0 HORRIBLE DEED Sacramento Minister Uses Wagon Brake on His Son With Fatal Results MOB VIOLENCE GREATLY FEARED The Rev W W Armour of Sacramento Ky who killed his son Marvin Armour late Satur day by striking him on the head with a wagon brake was arrested Monday and lodged in jail at Calhoon He said that he struck the boy because he had left home and would not return but did not intend to kill him He expressed sorrow and said that he was ready to pay the pen alty and would make no defense of any charge that might be brought against him Mr Armour is about fifty years of age and is a Methodist Episopal preacher He came to Kentucky from Illinois ten years ago and has lived in SacramentoII four years He ly to join the Cumberland Presbyterian church but was re fused admission because he de manded license to preach On ascount of harsh and over bearing treatment Marvin left home about three weeks ago and was working on Barretts farm when his father served notice that he must have his sons wages or he must come home The boy said he would work free before he would go home Armour said he would bring the boy home by force if necessary so he went to Barretts home and to the stable where the boy was doing the chores after the days work and told him what he had come for When the boy replied that he would not return he was knocked to the ground As the boy fell lie called for help and was hit again and then the father it is claimed picked up the uncon scious form and dumped it into the buggy and lit out for Sacra mento He was persued by Bar rett who got there as soon as Armour did and had a warrant sworn out for his arrest The doctors were summoned but the boy died that night There was n6 one present at the time of the assault but Mr Barrett was in sight and came and asked the father to take him to the house as he saw the boy was badly hurt Amour was safely guarded the whole night There is high feel ing against him and talk of a mob He was slipped out of the Calhoun jail Tuesday night and taken to Owensboro on account of a well grounded report that a mob had formed to lynch himr A Good Rain Falls in Earlington and Hopkins County A most welcome rain fell in this vicinity Monday night It began about 11 oclock and at first it seemed that a regular storm would result The wind blew in fierce gusts and the rain fell in streams accompanied by heavy thunder Wand lightning After the first heavy shower had passed over the rain fell steadily The farmers have been wishing for rain f several days claiming that all the crops needed the moisture bat more especially the clover and wheat On ac count of the dry weather the wheat threatened to head out and ripen a little too early for making the best crop The clover was also looking very badly on account of thelack of rain A St Louts woman reused to marry a man until she knew that he- was saved Most girls consider s man well enough rayed when they get him 1 1 The Highest Right They Have is The business Womens Club of Louisville Kentucky has been having a hot fight over the elec tion of a president and other of ficers Without going into the details of the controversy we may state that one faction in or der to achieve its ends attempted to deprive the new members of the right to vote The president Mrs James Buchanan issued a statement in which occur these words Members of a day or any longer time cannot be de prived of the highest right they haye that of voting What does a club or any othe r corporation r amount to when a few ambitious members can get together at any time and pass resolutions cutting off any of their fellow members from the high and sacred right i ofvotingThese good words to come from the lips of woman and it is to be hoped that the woman who used them and the womeniwho endorsed them are logical enough to extend their applica tion beyond the liiJHtB of the Business Vomens a Speaking of the k on the CourierJournal said o th sides are linee up deterdly and when the polls open 1110 oclock workers for the ti tions will be present The loting will continue until oclock tomorrownnight This sounds decidely like poll z itics and what a very curious thing this high and sacred right of voting is From 10 to 7 these women voted and no news paper intimated that they ought to be at home rocking the baby no minister told them they were out of their sphere nobody in quired as to whether their hus bands scIs had been darned and no one told them were degrading and unsexing them selves by exercising the highest right of all the right of voting It seems that the act of voting is neither good nor bad an itself and whatever character it may have is determined by the thing voted for It is all right for women to vote for a president of a club but all wrong to vote for a pres ident of the United States They can stay away from as many hours as they please for a club election but if they devoted one hour to a municipal election our whole social fabric would crum ble to pieces The Baptist woman prides her self on the fact that her church is a democracy and that women yote there on equal terms with men She votes as a Christian and a church member for the good of her church but shrinks from the thought of voting as a Christian and a citizen for the good of her state Yet this gov ernment is called a democracy Women vote in all their organi zations and for all manner of purposes but they draw the line at voting for a mayor a governor or a president A World Beater The United States battleship Kentucky made the worlds record run forwarship form Hong Xong andMaderia to New York The total distance steamed was 12J890 miles from Hong Kong at an average speedof 127 knbte The last rurt of 2900 miles from Madeira to New York was made at an average speed of 188 knots The whole distance was made under a natural draught The Kentucky has been in commission a little more than four years and her first run was out to the o a station She has been th r flagship oitha squadron foJF three years and has flown th flag of Rear Ad miral Evans for more than two yearssI t lf L I r t- uI u 1 u L- LrrT f f J WN J 1ft1 1 + 1 or a 1 tJ ar- And Y J KEEP OUT THE FLIES bugs by using screen doors and windows Wi I will furnish them cheap Nice Fresh Groceries I Always on hand and cor rect prices guaranteed Trade with u- sWLWaldenI4 r L SHORT LOCALS I t John can you keep uit7 Good side meat 9 cts per lb ADAMS SULLIVAN i Ask Roy Wilson what business I had up at Oak Hill last week r SVAItfTEDFour gentlemj oard ors central location njpe family Call at BEE office for otffticulars irJJ Some of our yoijjff men are havln a hard time ke lug up L E MqEuen8 for raisins and currants lily b cents a pack age Monday I ht will be regular drllia night for K Earlington military members are requestei to be onjjpid promptly u cash and get goods cheat I dams Sullivans r Several of the farmers living along the line are commenting favorably on the excellent condition of Hop kins county roads I You can get good flour at 70 cts for 26 pound sack at Adams Sullivans y s Miss Margaret and Catherine Vlc i JitoryiWho have been ill a few days are now able to be out I applewi f L B Waltz and a party of friends from Evansville were out Sunday ti spending the day on Loch Mary They made some nice catches r x For Sale fr1One house and lot on Railroad street 4 rooms water garden and rstable Consideration 1600 cash Apply to this office tf J Vinson Morgan was in town Moq day with a nice sack of ginseng for woodssnear a good price and if it could be col netted in sufficient quantities there = would be money in digging it r A lesson in Health R impuritiesfrom ImpossibleFoleyskidneys and will positively cure all forms of kidney and bladder disease It strengthens the whole system Sold by Jno X Taylor J M Victory who has been in Hot Springs for several days on the reportedIre turn about June 18th to St Louis where Mrs Victory will meet him L and they will attend the big fair L Genuine silk umbrellas at 0 wrP Smiths Madisonvlle from 100 to 500 l Henry Bourland who lost his cow I some time in February was for tunate in finding her Monday near atheDaniel Boone mine She strayed from home and had been taken care of since February by a farmer living sin that neighborhood New trimmed hats The hats fprslimet Dlenty left yet Come for a bargain w L E MoEum i i One of the most depressing feel y I j wings man can experience is to hang 7 t a three pound bass get him out of tljb water and then let him escape rJudge Cowell gave an open air concert at his residence Tuesday night with his excellent grapho phone Quite a number of his friends were present and enjoyed i the music very much LOST One gold watch in blacks steel case with Hampton ovemcnt Finder will return to this mce and I receive reward s t kt 4w- i I Wonder how Joint is keeping up Leo Herb who was formerly employed by the I C R B at Norton ville has been transferred to Padu- cah where he will work for the same company as caller Just received a handsome lot of Ladies Muslin Underwear at U P Smiths Madisonville Ky Mrs James Head who has been ill for a long time is still in a serious condition Tailor made skirts in all grades at 0 P Smiths Madisonvilli Ky James Maloney who has been on the sick list for several days Is again able to be out You cart get any package coffee 2 for 25 cents at Adams c SullivansfDr T D RenfrowW Hfclin and W G Barter leftMonday for Eumsey on Green jfflver where they will spend a w fishing Attention Mem of Earlington Company You ordered to report at the ani Friday night May 271904 oclock for the purpose of hold ng an election for Colonel of the 8r Infantry Be promptPAUL P PRICE Captain Commanding You Know What You are Taking When you take Groves Tasteles Chill Tonic because the formula Is plainly printed on every bottle show ing that it Is simply Iron and Qui nine In a tasteless form No cure on pay 60c Harry Simons was out fishing one day last week and like so many other fisherman have done In the past made a water haul Remember we handle the Selt Royal Blue Shoes atS50 0 P SMITH Madisonville Ky Dont forget the old fashioned spelling bee that will soon take place at the new school building The school children will spell against the citizens and all who expect to participate should be looking over the spelling book There Is more Catarrh in this sec Lion of the country than all other diseases put together and until the last tew years was supposed to be Incurable For a great many years loctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies and- y constantly falling to cure with local treatment pronounced it Incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional cure on the market It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on tbe blood and mucous surfaces of tbo system They offer one hundred lollars for any case It falls to cure Send fer circulars and testimonials F J CHENEY d Co Toledo O Sold by druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Little Pete Davis while out hunt- Ing one day last week killed a squirrel with white legs and no tail It was exhibited to some Earllugton eople who claim it was the first quirrel of this kind that they had ever Been The jury in the Woodruff case passed through here Wednesday to- look at the land said to be damaged by copperas water from the mines Lace curtains from 50c to 500 per pair at 0 P Smiths Madi onville Ky The following party will leave for lumsey on Green river Saturday for a two weeks hunting and fishing trip Jno Devney Dan Donahue V D Caveness Henry Rodgers Jim Ligon Peckhause and Shean Try our stripped Bacon 10 cts per pound ADAMS SULLIVAN Miss Willie Wmstead formerly of his city but lately of Louisville has ccepted a position with the Singer Sewing Machine Company at Mad sonville as bookkeeper A Revelation If you will make inquiry it will be arevelation to you how many sue umb to kidney or bladder troubles in one form or another If the patient is not beyond medical aid Fo Cure will cure It disappointsSold Taylor Mr J S Montague of the Nation al Biscuit Companys Evansville ranch was here Saturday and with tbe assistance of Mrs Kate Withers and Mrs J B Ltndle made a house to house canvass thoroughly sampling the town The people of Earl ngton were more than pleased with tbe superiority of the line of goods handled by the National Biscuit Company and Mr Montague is a splendid representative of this well known firm I f 1 ift d c f g 1111 + PERSONALS fI Joseph Mothershead spent Sunday in Nashville Mrs Ed Brodie of Outline Ky visited relatives here last week Mrs Walter Wright Wand moths Mrs Salmon spent a few days In St Louis last week D G Wilson was in Earlingto last week- Mrs Green and Miss Edna Ovei all visited in this city last week Dr B E Gianini of Nashvilli Tenn who has been visiting friend here for several days went to Providence last week to visit the famil f his uncle F P Gianini Mr McLeod and Frank McGar have returned from Hot Springs Ark after several weeks visit Mr Thomas Trehern who has been to St Petersburg Fla on ac count of his health has returno greatly Improved- Mr and Mrs Ben Fields who hav been visiting relatives here sevqra da stleft Sunday for St Louis where Mr Fields is employed by the Simmons Hardware Company Mr McCary of Nashville Tenn who is traveling inlio interest of the Southern Soda Works of tills- city was here this weekon business R N Clark of this city was In Dawson Sunday Mrs E L Wise was in Madison ville Monday shopping Foreman T W Dill and family spent Sunday in Dawson Mrs J J Sullivan was In Madison rule Monday Thomas Peyton and Leonard Goodloe two of Earlington baseball boys attended the game between Dawson and Princeton Sunday Leonard catching for the former Mrs Elmer Lynn visited friends in Madisonville Monday Mr Mike Cam of Mortons Gap made a business trip to Madison pllle Monday- N I Toombs the genial traveling man of Evansville spent Sunday J1E reV C Lacy of Hopkiusvllle was here Monday Misses Clara Gentry and Mollie Itodghlll visited in Madisonville Sunday Elmo Shaver was in Madisbnvlile Monday J R Rash of this city made a business trip to Madisonville Moti orodayCol E G Sebree of Henderson Is attending court at Madisonville ibis week Lee Jackson of Madisonville was sere Monday on buslnes L D Huff made a quick trip to ladlsonville Monday fly Lane of this place was in ladisonvllle Monday Roy Prathet went to Slaughters Monday to visit homefolks Mrs Jennie Moore and grand aughters Elizabeth and Margaret Kemp were In Madisonville Sunday Mrs E A Chatten Is visiting in lopkinsville this week Miss Kate Chatten is visiting her aunt Mrs Gilmour in Dawson this weekMrr J E Coil is spending the reek in Madisonville with her nother Mrs Joe Ferguson Fred Cates who is superintendent of masonry for the L 8 N of Nash llle Tenn was In Madison vlllo Monday Mrs I 0 Castleberry and little laughter Bessie of Winchester are in Madisonville visiting her mother Irs Sarah Bainbridge Mrs J R Evans and daughter hiss LiUie were in Madisonville londay shopping Mrs Elizabeth MoEuen spent Sun lay with friends in Madisonville Mr and Mrs J R Rash worshipped In Madisonville Sunday Mrs Edward Brodie of Guthrie visited relatives at this place and laughters last week returning Sunday Mrs and Miss Wood of Evans vllJeInd the mother and sister of our popular railroad agent W B Vood visited Mrs Jno B Atkm son Tuesday Mr Ben Lacey Miss Sadie Stokes Mr Thurman Rudd and Miss Charlie Davis were in Hanson Sunday Misses Blanche Edmondson and Uohie Stone two chaining young ladles of this city visited in the ountry Sunday 1 i Mr Lee Oldham was in Madison vllJe Saturday shopping Mesdames Harmon Davenport and T Pd Renfrow were in Madisonville aturday Grover Long was in Madisonville Sunday visiting friends Frank Devylder did not Roto ladisonvllle Sunday night as usual from some cause fit J 1It btM iIl rLikeI Thisthe iky Cornea of health andlanousdoesforthestom V O Xdentdyspepllc allIstroublesandslightly or overburdened disorders Kodol 1 supplies the natural 1 Juices of digestion and I does tho work of the IIV stomach relaxing the 111 nervous tension while I the Inflamed muscles I and membranes of that organ aro allowed to rest and heal It cures Indigestion flatulence palpitation of tho heart nervous dyspepsia and all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying and strengthening tho glands membranes of the atom ach and digestive organs MlDyscpsiCiIre roar Dealer Can Sapply You Bottles onlJ100 Slo holdlne 2H teatho trlalalze which sells for SOc imuta by Eo ODIWITT co CBICAOO For sale by John X Taylor Ed Cnnsler of Madisonville was hero Tuesday Polk Blair of this cityvisited homofolks In Keysburg Sunday and MondayArthur Barnett was in Madison ville Sunday night visiting friends Henry Cowand who has been clerking in the St Bernard Mining Companys store at this place left this week for his home in North Carolina where he will remain until he fully recovers his health Dr E A Chatten is ins Chicago this week Mr Jno Wolfgang visited friends In Henderson a few days this week Miss Allen visited friends in Unlontown this week returning home Tuesday Mrs Mary and Misses Lillian and Hazel Long Mrs Burkeholder and little daughter were the guests of Mrs Day this week An Open Letter From the Chapin S C News Early In the spring my wlfo and Iwere taken with diarrhoea pains and so Severe were the pains that we prescribedforgive any relief A friend who had a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy on hand gave each of us a dose and wo at once felt the effects I procured a bottle and before using the entire contents we were entirely cured It is a wonderful remedy and should be found In every household H O Bailey Editor This remedy is for sale by St Bernard Drug Store Earlington Ben- T Robinson Mortons Gap f x Taylor Earlington E L Wise aid Mr and Mrs E M Orr who are fishing at the Bum sey locks on Green river are having an excellent time and catching quite a number of nice fish N I Toombs who has areputation of being a moderately truthful man reports that ho was at Bumsey ono day last week when one of the party hung a fine largo bass and Ed Wise jumped in the river up to his shoulders with the landing net and landed the fish This bass was weighed on its own scales You can buy White Swan Flour by the barrel at 000 Meal at 75c per bushel Exchange Flour 550 per barrel Ex change Flour per sack 24 lbs 70c White Swan 24 lb sack 80c at Adams Sullivans We defy competition on goods for Cash Elmer Orr and wife and E L Wise and Dock Nichols of color returned from Kumsey Tuesday night where they have been catch ing a lot of nice fish They brought back a sixteen pound cat and sever al nice rock bass and other game wf fishGeo Toy has rented ground from Wm Bradley near this place and will put in a large crop of corn Ho and a force of laborers began cutting sprouts and building fences Wed nesday Cross Poor pian 1 He cant help it Its his liver He needs a liver pill Ayers Pills Want your moustache or beard a beautttui brown or rift black Use BuckinghamsDye fsOctf of druesliti or R t Hall Co JJMhti NH fv r4 Yl t tfirh DELKER BUGGY 3Xc Best and Most Durable Buggy Made for the Price Get one now and be in time for the foot washing at Flat Creek the first Sunday in June For sale by J R MILLS SON Madisonville Kentucky v MsYUltl MMWMWMWMWMd 00 i I 0- i FOR bit J HOME ENTERTAINMENT S l tli bit f49 AND FOR bit 4 Music Loving Peoble S 4 THE t1ONOGRAPH HAS NEVER BEEN EQUALED 5 49 ri 49 In Quality or Price bit JJ FOR SALE ATo49 Pratt s Book and Jewelry Store 1 17 South Main Street Hadlsonvlllc Kentucky = 1 A 1 It wwwmmwrmmW Dealer WATCHMAKER OF 14 REPAIR WORK PROMPTLY DONE DONT FAIL TO BRINQJME W G BARTER Time I tOxford d Lend us your feet and we will fit them most comfortable most exacting lady I AH the new shapes two and three straps Gibson Ties Louis XV Extra Special Old Y KyrrtirtirrrrrrrrHrrrrr Prices 100 to S300a II ita of Dulin Madieonville ringy ty 9 MONEY SAVERS TO omun a god nts ofn f 1 A Hot ofin fl r But Sory Oflutt UptoDate handsome 1800 Soda an expert dispenser and will be lip with the most delicious for art purposes druggists sundries lA it TONIC or that tired feeling 0 k- edy OFSORY ice f1 i DRUG 3e STORE ON tilE CORNER w to UI qd ntr 1 g fiETHOMPSON Madisonville e d fi I FURNITUF J- t E- i UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY rI- a ji r rT h J J c jt fJ t THE BEE EARL1NGTQ1M KY 3I j ikAALLuL sAI 1 4 EXTRAORDINARY VALUE GIVING iI sI I 1 The substantial inducements offered to careful buy- ersf daily by this store are strengthened the next two weeks by an array of special offerings that are unusually t everyIAI ed on standard high grade wash goods which we must t I2 findtyou AJL III 4 1 i sf Morris KohlmayMgr A i W9WW9999n u 1 t News for the Farmer DARLINGTON CITY MARKET Corrected Weekly By W C McLeod HAY per 100 Ibs 75 and 85 cents CORN per bushel 05 cents MEAL per bushel 80 cents WHEAT per bushel 98 cents POTATOES sweet per bushel 100 POTATOES Irish per bushel 150 1 HAMS per Ib 16 cents MIDDLINGS per lb 10c 120 k 15c SHOULDERS 10 11 cents SORGHUM molasses per galGOc ONIONS pel bushel 160 to3G0i to 8t EGGS per doz 15 cents UTTER per lb 25 cents HOGS per lb 4 cents CATTLE beef per lb 23g cents a i Sa FATtaeri Just Claim for Help con Hill of Washington reN lnltyhygave the agricultural com eo of tho Senate a sharp talk o den Iff ubJoct of good roads and Incl- In u tally made a very strong point on t pholdlng the claim of farmers In lie government for assistance as tsntugh said the Washingtonian pertoroa Dine relief m the shape of and In fl11111lprrtaxes It Is easy to assess hi prt7juuj there Is no doubt ho ra inn tnoro than his share the aunt hopays IS compare with WIt others pay It is nothing more twrefore than plain justice that a Mass which bears so heavy a burden m entitled to consideration when JIasks for help in the im provem It of tho ordinary highways i I so indlsQnsablo for the comfort ad vancem It and prosperity of all the people l- DIvertAiK I a part of the public funds to Ithe of good roads I would ofUcourse bring benefits to tho farmep in return for what they had taxes But perhaps greater relief would bo nirored if theI farmers wjpre compelled to pay less in the j po oQ taxes This r 1 + ll could hi Avon if those now esca taxntlo Aero made to pay tho share 111 farmer would not find the burden Iso heavy if the railroads fbr Instance were assessed as near their valudi3 other property is Ifjthey were led to boar rela tivey asInt I art of the tax burjden as Pl rs bear the farjmers taxes i be considerably reduced Sol rei money is required ao run the government and the far mers are put Ing ftp more than their share of Jtojrj American Farmer loinieng Because of ills Immense value this 1plaut should Me Riven precedence in every gardenS One acre of sang will easily ing In more money than a large fin cultivated In oth mustiready market gr thfl dried root at a fair prIce nn t hould be the ails of every culor to grow the roots to be of far Je for the dry mar ket as It w e him bettor todop so than to se stock for nursery purposes un si iir price can be- i I obtained b id fa r prIces signify any comm 1tsing it to be t D1oreoage soU W after The cul i tivation 6f giniijiike every other new enterprise IS had to go j i 1YY t done but it can be done and is bel ing done every day Those who fow years ago said it could not b done now say that the America- gardens will in a few years overstoa the market but no such cultivation need entertain any such fears while the wild root is bringing from 450 to 800 a pound besides the plant requIreIyears mood can be supplied Again as the crop increases In volume it should decrease somewhat in price thus making it possible to sell at a lower figure In China which would greatly increase tho consuming mar ket Discovered Tobacco soil The most remarkable achievement of the bureau oirsolls of the depart ment of agriculture was tho discov ery in Connecticut of soil identical with that 6n which is grown tno famous Sumatra cigar wrapper The Sumatra tobacco industry is now 1woll established in Connecticut and as a result tho value of the fanda trebITho same is equally truo of certain tracts of land in some of tho South oxpertslr s the cultivation of Cuban filler to iifacco which is now being raised at La material increase of profit over what formerly realized on tho lighter radon of Southern tobacco wayt+ board which formerly sold for 5 an acre now bring 200 an acre Rice lands have increased in value in Louisiana from 5 to 50 an acre and demonstration that certain Flor Ida lands will produce pineapples has increased their value from a nominal sum to 500 an acre What Twenty Acres Will Do This man has a 20 acre field of land located near a good town and wants to know how best to use it There are very large possibilities connected with such a tract and properly managed it can bo made to produce an income equal to that of Spany a quarter section farm run in o old and the comtiion way There k first and foremost the possibility of securing an unlimited amount of the best of fertilizer at a low cost and this means a high degree of pro ductiveness Then extra help is available at special seasons which not always the case on the coun try farm Such a tract can be made most profitable used on the line of market gardening the growing of special crops strawberries small fruits cabbages onions celery as paragus tomatoes herbs and early potatoes While such a tract planted to corn would produ LOOO bush els worth say 500 used fif the man nor suggested it can easily be made to produce five times as much or 2500 Twenty acres is a large farm under an intensive system of agri culture Wild Onions Playing Havoc With the Farm Lands of Todd and Logan Counties A few years ago wild onions ap eared in small quantities on some of the farms in Toda and Logan counties No attention was paid to thoSU at the time and the idea thatUK would ever prove detrImental to the ground was not conceived fit w late years however they have gain ed considerable bold and the farmers tare using every ineans toextermin A t I s s r120c15c 25c 106 72c Ate the growth In land where wheat is sown and these onions spring up in any quantity it uttetly ruins the wheat and unfits it for bread The tanners of this section are considerably exercised over the matter 1keop ce done using any tool or implement deposit it promptly in the place where it belongs Study and plan t have as manyconveniences aroun as possible Exorcise sociability and that with tho neighbors so that when help is needed it will be cheerfully rendered Eemembor who anything needs fixing it should b done immediately Packing is cheaper than boxing on axles He pair promptly all broken harness s straps snaps cockeyes buckles an especially the long lines of doubl- teams when weak and likely to be torn apart when least expected Never run any kind of machine moment unless all bolts and bo heads are in proper place Keep all axles and other parts needing oilin C well oiled on time Take up ever plank in the barn floor and every one that is weak and replace it with sound one Contract no debts of any size unless you know hand where the money is to be go ten to pay it when due Even then it would be best as a rule not to make the debt Be scrupulously prompt in everything Never post pone anything until tomorrow that should be attended to today It is well known that there is a regular rise and fall in the price o eggs which are highest About Thanksgiving to Christmas and lowest about May and June The high prices of early winter being due to the scarcity of eggs at that time tile old hens not having recovered from the effects of tho molt and tho bulk of pullets not havIng begun to lay April is the best month for hatching the American and May the best tor the Mediterranean varieties Six months of good steady growth will bring Plymouth Rocks and Wyandotte pullets to full maturity and pullets of these breeds hatched in April will begin laying in October and in November and December will be shelling out a full quota of eggs Similarly Leghorns and Mlnorncs hatched in May will reward us 1 fed for growth Tho barrenness of the average farm dooryard is a notorious fact in the country But within the past few years the beginning of a change has come Farmers here and there are beginning to realize the value of the ornamental part of farm life the beauty part which has heretofore been lost sight of in the grin strug gle for land and dollars Now that the land is brained and the dollars are in the longing to fix up things a bit is uppermost Set the vines around the porch and mass the shrubs together in two or tbree large J beds at the slice of the yards Cut the grass fix up some neat walks and you have laid the cornerstone ol much future enjoyment There Is one thing that has saved many renters from actual want on the farm In the past their wives hays had a corner on enough pool qry eggs and garden stuff to keep the family supplied with the neces sarlesof life If the trusts couldI have gotten their hands on these many farmers would have come to ant fn thee bad ears But every farmer ought to stand in line organization wtch will givewithI I profitable prices a over Yard for Lappetts for swell Summer new Gowns all things I To closqan Immense line 16o season carried from ofI I WASHABLE LINENS I 15c 129c125c 35c 25c GRAND LEADER wantebringtnk IneworgnnIIdIe vainer and thus enables him to make that home more comfortable and beautiful for the woman who has by him in the short years and made the living for his children During the past few Jays there has been a pronounced advance in th- s nobmnnyg centtts why the advance came is not known There does not seem to be a scarclt goodprices Spiritsn froem is tho liver and all the fine spirits ever made in the Blue Grass State could not remedy a bad liver or the hundredandone ill effects it pro spirites Your liver must be in fine condition It you would feel buoyant hang and hopeful bright of eye light o yourpursuitsfine condition by using Greens I August Flowertho greatest of nU stomaoyr indigestion It has been a favorite thirtyfivomake your liver healthy and active supplytregular bottles 75c At all druggists By transferring the dead body of a woman in St Louis from a nonunion to a union coffin an dismissing n nonunion under taker and the carriages he had- f provided the labor unions of that city nearly re ched the limit They can go no further unless they order that the nonunion coffins in burial grounds be exhumed A1 woman gets her enjoyment out of talking about scandals she isnt in a man out of being in scandals that arent talked about TtyfrDealth Stf7 1902 Eight months I was so ill that 1 was compelled to lio or sit down nearly aU the time My upsetthatand I vomited IIcouldnot urinate without great pain and coughed so mUCh that- my throat and lungs were raw andsore The doctors nounced it Brights disease and consumptionIt they called it and I had no desire to lire A sister visited me from St Louis and asked mo if CarduiIbought a bottle I believe that it saved my life I believe many I women could save much suffer ing if they but knew of its value Dont you want freedom from pain Take Wine of Cardui andmake one supreme effort toIbo well You do not need to 0Ia weak helpless sufferer YouIcan havo a womans health andIdoawomansworkinlife Why not secure a bottle of Wine of j Cardui from your druggist to day tunMI iiI t- f IAFor 82 inch Brown Suitings regular 25p LinenI IIalsoFor high grade Suitings for I Shirtwaist Suits For fancy mixed Linens the best make ofI F WHITE FABRICS Ste I20c 15c 125d 29c 48c 1sheer 1InFOLhlgh grade 35c Per 3W- Bian s IFor + he elegant grade of FrenLawns IIForMadisonville tKentucky I J 11tb ee 1 csg BERNARDy t V- H COMPANYa ARLINGTON KY i Minus and Shippers of the Celebrated COALT p The Coal that produces the most heat and least waste The best coal in the ma- rketCRUSHED j COKE dForbase burners and furnaces One ton of this Coke will give better satisfaction than a ton of the best anthracite coal and at a much less price r WHOLESALE AGENTS Hunt Bro Memphis Tenn Hes ser a Milton Rialto Building St Louis and J W Bridgman 303 Dearborn Street Chicago III 4qaqs4RqqoAX You Can Obtain Copies of the Special Coal and Railroad EditionF- OR 25C EACH SENT POSTPAID TO ANY ADDRESS fi fitfi 4 LYNN BALDWIN = GROCERS AND C01TCEOTIONERS = 44 In the Robinson Block Solicit Your Trade Call and See Us b bit tR COLD DRINKS ON SALE I- fi4Q 1 aoM fWIW W WW 55 W It I ry I IT 1- t r uL Rr j i d i l X c t i V i Mi1J1t VV 9 or IIPipIf t tr3 V ti r s V itr r f it 4 THE BEE EARLIWBTQN KY = 1e ire PAUL M MOORE EDITOR AND PUBLISHER i JAMES E FAWCETT r A8800IATB EDITOR BUSINESS MGR SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year 100 Six months so Three MontMonths 25 Single 6 gpocimon copies mailed free on ap Correspondents wanted in all part of the county us for par ticulars Telephone No 47 THURSDAY MAY 26 1904 ABOUT THE WORL DS FAIR- s When shall we go to the Fair2 fir i Where shall we stop when we do go These two questions are being asked of themselves by many people everywhere And these questions will be answered in various ways and varying moods this week by thousands of local Newspapers all over the land Last week was Press week at the t Fair and newspaper representa tives were there from all sections t Iand from many foreign countries t Great men and great newspaper editors and publishers sat in con vention and exchanged ideas with the publisher of the smallMi1 daily and the itor of the coun try weekly ecretary of State t- I John Hay Its Presentas the personal rep sentative of President Rooseve An English noble mallIr Hugh Gilzean Reid QC Ied the chair as President1 life Press Parliament A Rust Ih Prince editor of a St Pet 7 sburg daily sat as an accredited delegate onequal terms with the country editor It was a cosmopolitan and democratic I j gathering The story of the Fair will be told 1 in many tongues and from many view points The week began with a cold rain and was dreary The distances andthe incomplete 4ness were exagerated by weather conditions and some editors were at first inclined to go home with a blue cloud before their eyes rButbetter weather and a pro longed stay and more intimate I A acquaintance with the actual condition of the exhibits over came in large measure the less 41 favorable impression of the earl ier part of the week e t The hair is not completeX t There is much yet to be done 1 The visit of the Kentucky Press t Association and the celebration posteV 13th on account of eunread mess But there is so much right now in perfect readiness toino ones will be t wasted who hoes now Most of w t the good things the big things are completely installed and are being enjoyed daily by thousands of people The week in which Kentucky Day is to be celebrated will bean ideal time for Kentuckians to visit the Fair The question of where to stop phas been settled in the mind of publisher of this J the actual experience at this arid at former expositions The choice 13falls on the Inside Inn for nu- merousi reasons the chief oftl tYwhich is that it is inside Rest in your own room is on tap for t ofI1 long trip on crowded cars andI a l without the necessityof paying i Ytwo entrance the Fair a single day The service at ItheInn is good the rooms com r fortable and airy and easy to get Ciout of The rates are reasonable and include daily the entrance t i i fee into the Fall The Inn is op 1 erated upon a carefully arranged system and the management is r i I1 ii officiallyqJmannament jV There is more to be seen and J enjoyed at the Pair now than any i ordinary mortal can see and en joy in a months hard work v Kentucky Day June 15 will be Jstir iL d celebrated royally and that week KentuckianseTIlE fellow who sits day d iog nothing and complaining that everything goes wrong and nothing goes right is the man who is really in hard luck and he alone is responsible for this state of a fairs If you want to succeed in life stop knocking stop meddling with other peoples business and go to work The man or woman who goes about town with a long face complaining tint times are hard that the necessities of life are too high and envying thei neighbors good fortune oil make themselves miserable and in no wise better their condition financially or otherwise If you would have things nice in You home if you would lay by something for a rainy day if you would be happy cheerful and Qontented go to work quit knocking and keep busy t A THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK- sr All good advertising is good but some kinds are better than others said Lucus M Tully the bank cashier of San Francisco Garry out a definite policy of publicity manfully telling the people who you are what you are where you are and what you can do for them Many make the mistake of either scolding or preaching in figurets on 1 would profit by smoking no cigars or by staying away from the theatre seems too personal and is not exuected of us As a rule we must take the man who wants to save and tell him how for after all we don get many unwilling savers upon our books A booklet brief and direct in its simple statement furnishes the foundation for personal ef fort either in your banking office or outsideIcases must advertise to enable them long to continue a steady growthfIn selecting newspapers for savings advertising dont select one because it has the best financial circulation but use those that circulate most largely among the general public- It is well to let one officer of the bank take the supervision of all advertising having of course the counsel of his associates HAPPENINGS IN ST CHARLES Mrs D Southwortli of Earlfng ton is visiting here The St Charles and Daniel Boone boys wore in Dawson Springs Sunj dayMrs R H Hartford returned home after a three weeks visit at this place Miss Maude Oisney is visiting her sister Mrs Lee Cobb of this place We are glad to welcome Arthur Daves back to our town againlG H Faull and family were in Madisonville last week Jack Hale of Oak Hill was here Saturday and Sunday Mrs Fred Blades gave a social Thursday night of last week and it was a success Miss hucile Harlan and Joe Teague drove to Crabtree Sunday The young people enjoyed a very pleasant evening last Saturday at the home of Miss Audrey Cobb Bro Wright and family returned homo last week Mr Joseph Pomlnvllle of Still water Minn after having spent over 2000 with the best doctors for stomach trouble without relief was advised by his druggist Mr Alex Richard to try a box of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets todayIttaste in the mouth lack of appetite or constipation give these Tablets a trial and you are certain to be more than pleased with the result For sale by St Bernard Drug Store EarUn ton Ben T Robinson Mor tons Gap Jno X Taylor Earllng ton genuinLaxativeYYi iHrtly that cure i mM tm MM Mq J i f tJw a = it MORTONS GAP LETTER Mr Charlie Hunt and Miss Ada marriedohome of the brides parents The ceremony was performed by Rev Story in his usual impressive way Mr Hunt is a highly respected valueddfMining Company The bride is a beautiful accomplished and refined daughter of Mr and Mrs Gable Stokes Miss Bessie Rarley of White Plains is the pleasant guest of Miss Alice Davis this week LMiss Lute Edwards and Mr Dave TuesdayYMrs J C Smothers spent Saturday and Sunday with relatlvbs in Earlington Charlesrsee Miss Annie Grasty went to JJasU ington Monday- BobjTrathen and Ed Blanks of Oak Hill wore here Saturday Miss Gertie OBannbh of Earltng tonapetttl3undayhereMisaLeaer visited relatives in Earlington Saturday and SundayDr T Alnipn has gone to Okla homa where he will spend several weeksMiss Roxie Sisk who has been visiting relatives in Greenville the past week returned home Monday J D Durham left for St Louts Monday where he w111 attend the fair Lesley Todd and wife visited relu tives in Earlington last Saturday and Sunday W W Klngton has returned from a business trip to Nashville NIck Smothers and wife went to Madisonville Monday shopping Rev OBryant filled his regular appointment at the Baptist Church Saturday and Sunday Miss Std OBannon of Nebo is the guest of her sister Mrs Elmer Smith this week Satt St Charles John Carroll of Earlington was a Sunday visitor The U O G C of this place will give an ice cream supper at the Christian Church Saturday night June 4th Everybody is cordially invitedFrank Durham went to White Plains Sunday to see his best girl Miss Alice Davis spent several days in Madisonville the latter part of last week Melvin Vinson and wife spent Saturday and Sunday here To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it falls to cure E W Groves signature is on each box loc Frankfort Ky May 23Gov Beckham this morning appointed R T Burns of Louisa special Judge of the Martin Circuit Court to try certain cases in which the regu lar Judge is disqualified The Earlington BEE is the best vadertising medium in Hopkins County Try it and see THROUGH TO CITY OF MEXICO Without Change of Cars Via Iron Mom tain Route In elegant Pullman Sleeping Cars leaving St Louis 840 pm daily via Laredo Gateway Shortest and quickest line Excursion tickets now on sale For further information call on or address R T G Matthews TlARoom 202 Equitable Bldg Louisville Ky Ayers1 You can hardly find a home without its Ayers Cherry Pectoral Parents know what it does for children breaks CherryI up a cold in a single night wards off bronchitis prevents pneumonia Physicians ad viseparents to keep it pn hand buyInchildren nothing could be better JACOB SiifLL Saratoga Ind IIEfMIf- ieThroatLungs CO Ayers Is reatl Cher ry ectOral klBrest lsJ st x 550Bu- ys This Kitchen Cabinet rt r Delivered to yourQaddress Width 26 inches length 42 inch Capacity TOO lbs flour meal etc3 compartments i sugarwv etc 1 kneading board top vis white thoroughly sanded frame has handsome darkri finish would be cheap at t6oo We giveYou a bar i gain at 550 400r 450 500 DeliveredThe Folding GoCart on the market for strength lightness quality simplicity of adjustment ease of handling ana price stands alone whether open or closed and folds closely they take up no more in a house or oar than a valise can be taken on train or street car- ne thmtbscrew or catch neo cea try It his 6 and 10 inch Mayy steel w eels with 38 brook tires a neat oak taned leather strap ntraasv steels rings step folds autos aatic seat IMt simply wulinrvp 0 haaile anlimpoNibl to else with I Price of cart shown in illustration is 95 t9ivesatisfaction ill these prices in stock I It pays to buy from us For Every Dollar of Price We Give One Hundred Cents of Quality Morton 1Hall Furniture Carpets Matting Rugs Funeral Directors and Embalmers 4 The Best Place in Madisonville To Purchase Your X FURNITURE X Either for Cash or on the Installment Plan is from The Porter Installment Company MADISONVILLE KY They will treat you right and guaran tee to give the worth of your money TRYrrIIIDltL = c ll ST1 BERNARRUC STOREI Handles a full and complete line of I Pure Fresh Drugs 1 The Best the Market Affords YOU MAKE NO MISTAKE WHEN YOU PURCHASE DRUGS FROM THEM I Also carty a Nice Line of 1 Gutleryjerfumery Tobacco and Gigars Prescriptions Prom tly filledIBRYAN HOPPER Manager t I j SODA s S Days reereisGood soda gratifying to the taste j but does good as well We serve good soda using t absolutely pure water I rock candy syrup pure fruit juices and and the best materials offall kinds Our Soda is and Healthful onnJ3 We conduct our tain as we think you awould were positions reversed Come when youJcun and try the delightful beverages served We believe that you will de Y ride that our soda is in a class by itself and thatrr it is w rthgolDlout of your way t BOWMER tPE pdCMaa j3fr 4IZ = i R P Hodge I Madisonville Ky f Dealer in lIV R f HARNESS 1- t t SADDLES t COLLARSt IrAND ALL OTHER ARTICLES FOUND IN A FIRST CLASS i i- r HARNESS SHOP IIOTrJmake a tw t REPAIR WORK 0 Bring your trade o us and we guarantee you will be pleased + k biI 4 msms GOING TO THE WORLDS FAIRtlr- I ia1Stl 999 9 9 9 I i- 1USETHE I t HendersrT i THE LIN1VTHAT 2 COMFOJUTAII BEYOND AOUE at YtorHoa i ofRECLINi CHAIabandti unty OFFICIAL M KENTUC e9NSfromtgun ST 7ttents ebod Ne of j th ASK fR OUI EAl oat i 411TreLOUISVI X1- ztI 1 dlrn- siidI onesEXrca IVi iY otg wk o 7iu1dyGoiY ng Qqnctlprobablypettlomatrlctlyoonddeutlal e eldaat a Patents takan tbrounh andepectainofke elthout In t Scientific geRncalatlon OgUNNAr Branch Office t 6 P Bt i BiI Will receive pr a tion at this office furnished upon ap Ka EJa 1 THE BEE SARLINGTON KY a M WONDERFUL CURE OF Sip HANDS j iy Cuticura After the SufferingEyer a tIhs rlEIGHT DOCTORS ft It And Many Remedies Failed to do a Cents Worth r i f of Good d 4 About five years ago I was troubled with sore hands BO sore that when I wouldJt InC from at least fifty places on each liapdf Words could never tell the suf rerlag I endured for three years I tried eyerythlng that I was told to use- for filly three years but could get no relief I tried at least eight different y doctors but none of them teemed to do me aajr good as my hands were as bad t whca I got through doctoring as when I flat began I also tried many reme dies Mat none of them ever did me oae cenCsTTorth of good I was discour aad heartsore I would feel so thinkeI go for tea hours and I often felt like giv ing up my position Before I started to work mornings I would have to wrap every finger up separately so as to try and keep them soft and then wear gloves over the rags to keep the grease from getting on my work At night would have to wear gloves in bed In fact I had to wear gloves all tho time But thanks to Cuticura the greatest of all great skin cures After doctoring for three years and spending much money a SOc box of Cuticura Ointment ended all my suffer ings Its been two years since I used t any and I dont know what sore hands are now and never lost a days work while using Cuticura Ointment THOMAS A CLANCY 310 N Montgomery St Trenton No J Sold tkmchont tht world Cottar Rtiolrnt bee In ram of U oeo it Cold 1I1111 prll or glop lol= MtB qPrlaetadP1itBotooillCdaabu JA I tn 1IoprlctonecD4 Now Did He Know 1 An exchange says A Mt Car InrlMt Vornon tho other night and asked for a room The clerk told him there was but ono room loft and It was only separated by a por a tiorro from the adjoining roomwhich was occupied by a woman The Mt J 1 reel min looked at the coiling a Iscon At 11 oclock he was shown mtlis iloom and at 1105 ho came thetlum into the office to inform the donthe woman was dead Wolf n mow that said the dork brit onv ou find It out1 Then the Inatmolnlan looked at the cell asr aJnn and said If the bus hasn- tcc yet Ill try to hatch that in hi ttht trainr res Rheumatism or Catarrh in a DayTreatment Free B motBotanic Blood Bal-met most stubborn larmrrti Ky draining tho poison out of buildingIw 5 and In the bones or more t f swollen lands droppings in that a troat hawking spitting or bad burden 4otc all disappear promptly when I B cures nil else fails Druggists 1 provemtcnt of L n B sent absolute so Indlsn and prepaid by writing to lalnn Co Atlanta Ga Des adp00pDivert r In your skin and makes funds to Vl redder and more nourish would nfsvIS all aches and pains tires by n n Br the farm had pnldltuskifda young man who greater rett to co foss how he earned farmers wan acrobat your in the sh Tg0 priest was non could be SrirsBow ye what I menu taxatlonof shltes said the penl share Phi n n I snout was turning the burden tho st approved nero fOt instanceo An old wpman who their value s ll ti to confession look they were lied Viubn it comes my tivoly as lars Igasped for the den as theen tt put a penance mere taxes hat td be the death reduced So TO run the go morn are Ii e of any one using ItIar and not bee share of I o aylor theBecaus8plant s1 10Unb a loci can read every 10 funny columns bllwill easily than a large faJ or crops ur r Piloe- i work and wait d o of pilesI says market f Of Inntn Ja and f fair advisedprof every cultlva I urollased a box to bo of large sh ly rod ItIS splon it will iv relief Instantly I allsopurposes unless n for Its healing obtained beside u and other Skin Any commodity cuts burns and more eagerly sour nd are quickly ovation of ginseylornew through the ordea e Boo 3kt DINNER HORN BLUE Q BARD There is music in the singing Of the birds upon the hills And in the laughing water As it runs in tiny rills There is music In the katydids And In the humming bee In the old woodpecker pecking On thehollow walnut tree There is perfume in the blossoms And beauty in the sky And music in the screaming hawk Circling up so high But the sweetest songof summer As sure as you are born Is music of the farm house Vlien they blow the dinner horn When a 101sal1 day plowing Out of sight of home He keeps on a wishing all the while Thatdinner time would Como He watches old Beck stepping Around the lower bend And he keeps on thinking Shell neyer reach the end Then he stops a while and listens To catch the welcome sound He knows its almost noon time By her shadow on the ground Then through the hazy air And tho rustling corn Comes the welcome tidings From the old time dinner horn Then when the day is over And his work is done And ho beholds the glory Of the swiftly setting sun Low and sweet the music Of the old horn floats along Upon tho evening breezes And mingling with the song Of other tired toilers Who go to seek their rest Among the happy inmates Of the old home nest Oh there is no other music As sure as you are born That makes a follow happy Like the old dinner horn Ladles and Women who can not stand the shocking strains of laxative syrups and ca thartic pills are especially fond of Little Early persons who find it necessary to take a liver medicine should try these easy pills and compare the agronably pleasant and strengthening effect with tho nauseating and weakening condi tions following tho two of other remedies Little Early Risers cure bil iousness constipation sick head ache cure biliousness constipation sick headache Jaundice malaria and liver troubles Sold bv Jno X Tavlor One hundred paintings by Indiana artists are hung in the Indiana building at the Worlds Fair Tho paintings are all typical of Hoosier life A character study of large di mensions by T C Steele entitled The Committee depicts the do liberation of three members of a country school board who are deep in argument Two hundred and seventyfive students of Princeton University will visit the Worlds hair in a body during the latter part of May Cured His Mother of Rheumatism My mother has been a sufferer for many years with rheumatism says W H Howard of Husband Pa flAt times sho was unable to move at all while at all times walk ing was painful I presented her with a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm and after a few applications she decided it was the most wonder ful pain reliever she had ever tried in fact she is never without it now and is at all tines able to walk An occasional application of Pain Balm keeps away the pain that she was formerly troubled with For sale by St Bernard Drug Store Earlington i B T Robinson Mortdhs Gap John X Taylor Earl ington A pert manner is no sign whatever of smartness nor Is a determination to have the last word at all a con vincing sign of a superior intellect The person who Is really bright does not need to force the fact Others will know it from the natural man ner We cant all be witty or bril liant but we can all attain that which Is yet more highly valued a gentle thoughtful spirit which will give rise to a wellbred manner that will win and hold respect and ad miration Mrs Buffalo Bill Cody says her husband has been administering poison to himself for manv years Another Jab at Kentucky What is Foleys Kidney Cure Answer It is made from a prescription of a leading Chicago pity one of most eminent in the country The ingredients are the that can buy and are scientifically combined to get their utmost Sold by Jno X Taylor A man in Richmond Va woke up to find that he had inherited a million dollars Most of us lose ours that way genetas1alr 1 tin rtWMbr that fumr s eM fia fiMI i L J tI i A HAPPY HOME Is one where health abounds With impure blood there cannot be good health With a disordered LIVERthere cannot bo good blood lulls Pills revivify the torpid LIVER and restore Its natural action A healthy LIVER means pure- blood Pure blood means health Health means happiness Take no Substitute All Druggists Had His Nerve A Western editor has received the following unique letter Send me a few copies of the paper that has the obituary and verses about the death of my child a week or so ago You will publish the en closed clipping about my nieces marriage I also wish you would mention in your local column if it dont cost me anything that I have- a few bull calves for sale Sand me two extra copies this week I also send you an obituary of a friend who died last week which will help to ufill up your paper I also want you to write an article in next weeks paper in support cf my nephew who is a candidate for con stable and send his father Mr at Shinimldink Arizona n half dozen copies- I see my time was out Jan 1st but you have kept sending the paper on you may stop it after TIllS issue as times Is too hard to waste money on home newspapersYours V JEREMIAH WOKKEM P S The last time I was in town you did not oven mention my name If you send the paper on expecting to get anything for it you will git disappointed Please send next issue Jno X Taylor do not hesitate to recommend Kodol Kyspepsia Cure to their friends and custumers Indigestion causes more ill health than anything else It deranges the an brings on all manner of disease Kodol Dys pepsia Cure digests what you eat cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach disorders Kodol is not a perfect digestant but a tissue building tonic as well Renewed health perfect strength and in creased vitality follow its use The bank at Monte Carlo is re ported losing heavily again Stale bunt this The Duke of Sutherland graciously explains that he has come over here to hunt Well what Do II Today to The timeworn injunction Never put off til tomorrow what you can do today That Is the terse ad vice wo want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been struggling for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for it vand let that remedy be Dr Boschees German Syrup thirtyfiveundoubtedly relieve cough or cold and its continued use for a few days will cure you completely No matter how deep seated your cough even if dread consumption has at tacked your lungs German Syrup will surely effect a cureas it has done before in thousands of appar ently hopeless cases of lung trouhlee New trial bottles 25c regular size 75c At all druggists The czar announces his intention of going without caviare during the war Thats dead easy to most poo pieIEarthworms vs Gophers Darwin concluded that the earth worm in five years brings up soil enough to cover the ground one inch thick and that therefore the result of its labor is of vast importance I reckon that the pocketgopher does this in five months It does not do it in the same way or so effectively because the earthworm actually di gests the substance of its castings i but it is evident that the that pock etgophers method answers the purpose of fully disintegrating and mixing the dead vegetation with the soil to produce a rich and fertile black loamFrom Ernest Thomp Setons The Master Plowman of the West in the June Century One of the best first basemen in the American Association is deaf and dumb Why cant puplhst be like that Will Cure Consumption A Ai Herren of Finch Ark writes Foleys Honey and Tar is the best preparation for coughs colds and lung troubles I know that it has cured consumption in the first stages Sold by Jno X Taylor ThB HJonnYi Yonk Ik who used to rulo Krea never could tread or wjrltef Anflpow ho liantevi make his mark I I Love You Are the sacred words tor lovers lips alone Is the tender message but for youths May day Why when the hair is gray must the tongue forget its skill Why must the aging heart forget its tendernessIWhy when youth has fled must the message of love express itself in colder words or not at all Who knows how the older heart may hunger for the words of long ago Why does the husband forget that tho wife still listens for the words he forgottenWhy wife forget that the husband who should still be her love can by tho longago words I love you be drawn swiftly to her sideWhy does the daughter forget to say Mother I love you until it is too late until mother is gone and the daughter can only say with tears I loved her Why Is the son strong and sturdy ashamed to say Mother I love you Why does he choke and stumble over tho words that in the presence of his sweetheart come so gpftily to his tongue usband only this day is yours Say to the wife I loveyou Wife but this hour can you call your own Breathe to the husband I love you- Daughter tI son but this fleeting moment belongs to you Say to the father who is tottering to the mother whose hair is gray to the sister who was your childhoods companion to the brother who fished with you who climbed with you and who is now growing old with yousay to him to thorn all I love you I love you I Speak the words now while the ears aro listening now while the eyes can smile back their gladness now while thq heart can throb out its joyExchangeTraveling Dangerous Constant motion jars the kidneys which are kept in place In the body by delicate attachments This Is tralnmenistreetwho drive very much suffer from kiduey disease in some form Fo leys Kidney Cure strengthens the kidneys and cures all forms of kid ney and bladder disease Goo E Hausan locomotive engineer Lima 0 writes Constant vibration of the engine caused me a great deal otI trouble with my kidneys and Ino relief until I used Foleys Kidney CureSold by Jno X Taylor A large number of the famous old box trees trimmed to the shape of animals birds and other queer forms hold a place in the garden surround ing the British building at the Worlds Fair The trees are valu able as It takes from ten to twelve years to cultivate one The Proper Article For Men This summer is called Tropical Suit ings This material shown by Strouse Bros Evansville Ind Is made up in about thirtyfive dif ferent styles of coats and trousers no vests with this outfit These two piece suits are made for comfort the coats have no lining yet they are made to retain their shape having nonbreakable fronts and hand padded shoulders stationery lapels and as shapely a coat to bo found The trousers are out loose at the thigh having the turn up bottom and made to be worn with or without a belt For comfort and style this summer outfit can only be appreciated when seen The prices range from 650 to 1500 and a postal to Strouse Bros will give you all the other Informa tionyou desire An olive tree containing 1000 in candescent electric lights is a part of an olive oil display in the Agriculture building at the Worlds Fair When the Sap Elsos Weak lungs should be careful Coughs and colds are dangerous then One Minute Cough Cure cures coughs and colds and gives strengh to the lungs Mrs 0E Fenner of Marion Ind says I suffered with a cough until I run down in weight from 148 to 02 lbs I tried a number remedies to no avail until I used One Minute Cough Cure Four hot tIes of this wonderful remedy cured strengthelied I my normal weight health and strength Halloo Katydid cried the tree IItoad quite well this season arent you Your green suits so fashionable this year Pardon me said the haughty insect but Ill thank you to address me as Miss Kathryn Dldlathryn with a 4K and a ly When you want a pleasant physic try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant in effect For sale by St Bernard Drug Store Earlington B T Robinson tlortons Gap Jno X Taylor Earl ingtonHerbert Spencers dislike fer Carlyle however was probably a mild apd amiable emotion compated with 3arlyles feelings toward Spencer 1 i SHYLOCK Shylock was the man who wanted a pound of human flesh There are many S1Ylocks now the Convales cent the consumptive the sickly child the pale young woman all want human flesh and they can get ittake Scotts Emulsion Scotts Emulsion is flesh and blood bone andmuscle It feeds the nerves strengthens the digestive organs and they feed the whole body For nearly thirty years Scotts Emulsion has been the great giver of human flesh We will send you a couple of ounces free SCOTT tJ COWNE Chemist 400415 Pearl Street NewYorte sac cud f100 111 druffkt A Fih Tale The Hopklnsville New Era of the 21st says Yesterday the porter at McKees grocery opened a barrel offish which were packed on ice and lying right at the top was a large buffalo which was alive The fish was placed in a tub of water and put on the sidewalk where it attracted much attention yesterday The bar rel of fish was shipped from Union town Ky during the afternoon of Thursday reaching this city at 11 oclock that night over the Illinois Central The barrel remained in tho express office the rest of the night and was opened about seven oclock yesterday morning making a total of about eighteen hours the fish was out of water If the engagements in which Rus sin lost 1800 men were skirmishes what will the battles be like Church Directory CHRISTIAN OHUBOH Sunday school at 980 a m Preaching every Lords day at 1045 a m and 78Q p m Prayer meeting every Wednesday at 780 pm VR JINNETT Pastor M E CitUBOH Regular services third Sunday at 11 am and 730pm Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 780 Sundayschool at 280 p m Class meetings second and fourth Sundays at880 p m E B Timmons pastorM E CHURCH SOUTH C W Hesson pastor Services first and fifth Sundays at 11 a m ani 780 p m Sunday school at D8U a m Prayer meeting Thursday evenings at 780 o clock Ep worth League every Sunday evening at 680 Also one Literary meeting each month with some member The Womans Missionary Society Satur day afternoon before first Sunday MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH Preaching the second Sunday after noon at 280 oclock and the preced ing Saturday Church meeting Saturday night before the third Sun day Sunday school at 930 a m Prayer meeting every Monday night at 780 PRICE E GATLIN Pastor CATHOLIC CHUBCH Rev A M Coehen pastor First Mass Sunday morning at 7 oclock Second Mass 980 oclock Afternoon service at 280 every Sunday GENERAL BAPTIST CHURCH Services Saturday night before the third Sunday in each month at 730 p m Sunday school 2 p m Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 780 p m N F GABERT Pastor PRESBYTERIAN CHUBCH HEO LA Regular services second Sab bath in each month and Saturday meetingWednesday each Sunday morning at D80 oclock REV 0 E THOMPSON Pastor 1 Mrs N SIMINS EARLINGTOX KY Three doctors failed to cure me of Stomach and Kidney Trouble but Bliss Native Herbs a cure ItABOX of Bliss Native IHerbs is a family doc always in the house 11tor fprevents and cures BLISSNATIVE HERBS constiPatiOnDYS1pepsia Blood diseases It is purely- vegetablecontains fno min eral poison and is pre pared in Tablet and I Powder form Sold in One Dollar boxes with a Guarantee to 200 DOSES 100 cure or money back Our 32 page Almanac telling how to I treat disease sent on request MEDICINE MAILED PROMPTLY BY Mrs G W FIGELEY AGE- NTMadisonville Ky THE ALONZO O5LISSCOW- AsttiNGTONDC r- Sf ro J He Now Wipes the Dishes A Luray Va man objected to do- Ing the chores around the house and attempted to show by quoting the p Scriptures that such duties belong to the women His wife replied by quoting Kings xxi 31 I will wipe out Jerusalem as a man wipeth a ri dish wiping it and turning it upside down The man has since done his share of the work a- rA Denver man has declined to take 1800000 which was willed to him by a rich uncle Really he ought ito + be given an opportunity to address young John Ds Bible class a Whooping Cough 1 In the spring of 1901 my children had whooping cough says Mrs DaW Capps of Capps Ala I used Chamberlains Cough Remedy with the most satisfactory results Ithink this Is the best remedy I have ever seen forwhoopingcou h This remedy keeps the cough loose lea sens the severity and frequency of the spells and counteract i any tendency toward pneumonia DrugStoreMortons Gap John X Taylor Early Ington ShMiini It the Lake Prohibited There will be no more shooting permitted at or near the lake for the present and all partiesr ace hereby notified to this effect The hunting season is now oyer and there is no occasion for any shooting to be done there In addition to this the fishing sea son tll soon be open and parties fishing or bjtine in Loch Mary are liable to be injured byaqy one shooting along thX banks ST BERNARD MINING Co peculiarlyand hoarseness Sold by Jno X Taylor LVAIiSYlLLMERRE SAUTE R 1 EIIIITHROUGH SLEEPERS AND DAY COACHES NEW ORLEANS TO CHICAGO DININOISERVINQ ALL MEALS EN ROUTE O S L ROGERS Qea Ajt e7r0e INO NASHVILLC TtNM If You Are Going North If You Are Going South If You Are Going East If You Are Going West PUnCHABC TICKeTS VIA THC I LOUISVILLE 4 MAOHVIILC R RS AND so V occunn fThe Maximum cf Safety The Maximum cfSzed The MaJfmum ofmfot The Minimum o i rys Rates Time and alt other Iufor iou wib ke cheerfully furnlshcl tiv Qr by 4 W B WOOD AGENT iiII Residence Telenhones as low as t 140 I per month per as monthU We place you In communication I 2000000 PEOPLE withIWho transact BY an TELEPHONE enormous I Which could not otherwise be donetCall CantralN or Inormitlon J00 ft 4 c Y 1 i a t J n 6 THB BEE 6ARLI1U TON KY yrV I OUT iN ViVOMING 13 1Four Bodies of Drowned Person Have Bsen Recovered tinCheyenne J IT IS FEARED THERE ARE OTHERS SEVERAL PERSONS BEING MISSI- NTboe Known to De Dead AVer t Caught In Their fled By the Rushing Wnt T of Crow Creek Which Sent Down n Wall o Water Six Feet High friCheyenne Wyo May 22iour bod tea of persons drowned Frida nights floods have boonrecovered They are- Edith t Sproul Charles Clayton Archie Clayton HarrClaytonIt have been other arIe The dead resided ot the foot of West r Sixteenth street near tho river They F were asleep In bed when the flood came and were unable to get out Rain had been falling for 25 hours when the cloudburst occurred at tour runnInNs bank full and when the t took place a wall of water six feet high a came down the valley sweeping ranc buildings fences corrals haystacks and other movable articles In its path Five hundred people living in the Wear t r until the walW f water was upon Jthem Many had cored for the night nnd fled without sear clothing A gen- erali alarm waf ounded and hundreds of rescuers e F horses and In boats were soon fwork In South Chey b enno 200 p le live in the flooded dis missingVs cast and west of Cheyenne and C on the Union Pacific is serious fcpeded Telegraph and telephon- es+ are also down The rain stor l idre was tho worat known in many years IN CACHED I A POUDUE RIVER The Flood Renchefl Greoley Col Karly Sntnrdny Morning Greeley Col May 22Theflood In Cache La Poudre river caused by a waterspout in the foothills reached Qreeley early Saturday morning The t river is running bank full and is three feet higher than ever before since the town was established All the bridges t Itorth of this place have been washed h out Strenuous efforts are being made J tbsave the Union Pacific bridge here No trains have arrived since Friday A close watch is being kept on the fiot sam but no bodies havo yet been seen In the flood It is reported that many I cattle belonging to the Warren Live Stock Co were drowned In the Lone Tree district RUNAWAY CAUSES DEATH injuries Sustained by Katy Lange 1 ctr f Effingham Ill May 23Katy Lange i j V 18 years old daughter of Theo Lange fxj 1 X ied Sunday morning of tetanus J Jflpnt on by an injury received In a T runaway accident last Saturday after Inoon She with a couple of friends out driving and when tho horse frightened Miss Lange jumped fwere the vehicle and received a corn- S fracture of one of her limbs f i HAS DESTROYED THE FILMS WnMhlJiKtoit Police ninkc Quick a V Work or MnvliiKjLlctiire It I Schemer SylvesterIItho superintendent of police has an i iJk noun Qed that he had destroyed all the fllms of the moving pictures taken on day or two ago by theatrical parties on the east front of lift capitol building iJWhen President Roosevplt was impel ai I 1j in the act of raising a flctl I i1 jolts negro Into his carriage The poi Wee authorities say that this close P lf ItheIncidentReturned to Life nil Burglar Indfanti5ets Ind May 23Louis- f 1 p Schaffuer driven from home by two I children by a quarrel with his wife after 22 years of decent life as a ma ifchtnistreturned to his life as a burg tiJt only to from a wljidow and break his neck His body was found i U yi In an au y the window of a 1s proom ho had looted J Suicide by HaiiKliiHT l Idaportej Ind May 23Mrs Julius t x tsC3onltz wife of a Wanatah banker iP whoso fortune was wrecked by rail Iftr2d speculation and who went west died In a hopeless effort to re lrjevo l l3 lost fortune has committed 1lIulcde at Wanatah by hanging herself 0 i I Giiuililcd Airily hip Wife i Tacoma Wash May 23ACtor- f V gambling all of his personal effects lIocum a NisquaUy reservation l Indian staked his hlootchman and I lost her The authorities learnIOOt t tie affair forced tho If I 1j jtke wife to the hUSb 10 IJcHull Fighter Leave I hIwbQ4 havehiltsI i tt + e i 1 LOCOMOTIVE BLASTS ee Sparks Prom lamas Locomotives You must live within your i come even if you have to borrow money to do it Artemus Ward The shadow of a trouble is al iGt selfElijah P Brown You may lead a boy to college but you cant make him think Dooleyt The success of all young men depends entirely upon their own abilitiestogetheyr with good deportment Thomas WalshThere are some noble Christian men on railway service = Signalman 1 Bear iIi mind it is not so much what a man makes as what lie saves that shows the best out comeL N R R Co It behooves us to see that our train of thought is well coupled together as we go steaming up and down the grades of life A measn the parting of our train and probable loss of treasured cars William J Burtscher 0 L Gowdy who has been i charge of the block signal tion at Wabash Ave Evansville since its installation have been transferred to Thackery Ill where he will have charge as op orator and agent Evansvilleeyardmclerk with Mr Jones at Howell Workmen are engaged in the transfer of the Howell depo from the east to the west side of the new main tracks being built through Howell yard Fireman Ohas Stanfield who has been off sick for several weeks has returned to work Eng Dock Stanfield has pur chased a farm of 50 acres near Clarksville Tenn Lead on the 200 acre farm o Dock Stanfield has been discov ered 8 miles east of Bakers To avoid any accident that might happen between Hender son and the L N depot since the I 0 has been running overtime L N tracks a pilot ac companies every train each way says the Evansville Courier It takes some time for an en gineer to learn all the sv itches when handling a tram over a new route and on this account the pilots are used L M Rowe and Peter Cooper both experienced engineers on the L NIare instructing the I 0 engineers through the yards into Ev aiisville One of the most im portant items ofan engineers knowledge is to know the switch- eS and unless he does he might wreck his train The block system will genii be employed and the new signal agents will be noItified some time in advanceIYoli qan never tell by the way man plays ball how he would shovel toal into an engine Mrs George B Luton ofI Nashville has departed for New York Cityv where she has been called on important business Engineer P W Boxley is fig uring on moving from Nashville to Earlington in the near future The convention of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers has by unanimous vote passed a resolution requesting President Roosevelt to urge u decision by comsistant Postmaster General E Madden who is an honorary member of the ordert Fireman Frank Shehorn of the St Louis Division is off on account of having been struck in eye by a puce of coal re Passenger engines 225 jind 228 ave been assigned to the Cin Division Engine 203 hut beep turned Qyer tOathaJEIeh 1 k KPyk i dersou and St Lduis Divisions timnat befell fireman M A McAfee the the other day at Maunington He had finished putting a fire in engine 055 on train CO and wa in act of getting up in the cab when he stepped on a lump aland cramped his foot s that he fell out of the gang way He struck the ground in such a manner that his face was pretty badly scratched uptas well as being cut on the back of his bead The American Railway as lociation has adopted a new standard cipher code A colored boxcar thief ha been captured in Evansville Fred Rosenbush of the Rosen bush Cigar Co of Cincinnati Ohio who is somewhat fond of machinery while in Evansville last week on business availed himself of the opportunity to pass through the Howell shops To see the various machines in operation was quite a feast fo- rDi Roseubush L X Beall who used to run on the Henderson Division and Southernat Princeton was at Howell last Friday to see some of his of friendsJ Coker fireman owing to having changed runs has move from McLeansboro to Shawnee town where he willmake hi future home IVm Morris of E St Louis Ill has been transferred to the Wabash Avenue flag station EvansvIlle in place of Mr Uowdy John Homes switchman i Evansville yards had badly mashed several fingers on Ins right hand on time 17th while making a coupling- Superintendent Jno W Logs fefw days last week- Engineer L D Huff was a Howell on business Monday Engineer Joe Fromme has returned from his trip around the world He says he became home sickFreight conductor William jeliay has been promoted to a passenger run on the St Louis Division Louis Schaumburger a wiper in the Howell round house seems to be the victim of bad luck On the first of the month he had one of his fingers cut off at the first joint while working around a engine on account of getting i in a bolt hole He had only recovered from this injury and returned to work when he was again laid up this time by slipping while he was passing from tIle tender to the cab of an en gine and striking his head against a bolt Mr Jno W Logsdon superintendent of the Henderson and St Louis divisions who has beer confined to his room for several days on account of a severe cold is again able to be at his office A B McVay superintendent- of bridges and buildings on this division was here Tuesday on business l Dispatcher W K Griffin who has been acting chief during the absence of EL Wise and also worked a trick on the north end has done well and deserves all the good things said about him by the railroad boys Omer Barbero the young railroad man who was married to Miss Annie Ooeneh Tuesday morning played a neat trick on his friends by driving to Mortons to catch 51 to avoid the deluge of rice old shoes and slippers that were to be showered pon them Engineer Tom Porter was out on Loch Mary Tuesday trying his t luck with time finnY tribe Noth ingdoing M Jfa Yl IifI I t IToCure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 months This signature Roadmaster Robeson passed over the division Tuesday A surprise wedding was that of Mr Gordan B Attwood ands Miss Ruby Alice Branham both of Howell early Monday even Fredtmaster mechanic at Howell is a first class and well known machinist having been connected with the L N at Howell for several years The bride who is popular for her amiability and beauty is a sister of John Bran ham the cashier in the freight department at Evansville Mrs and Mrs Attwood will make their future home in Indian apolis Ind lie having resigned his position at Howell Win Murray representative of the New York Lubricating Oil Co was over the division this week L L Lacey is switching in the yard this week during the ab r- On sence of W H Kline account of slack work one of the night yard engines at this place wad pulled off Monday Howevernthat the coal business will pick end gine will be put back I Sporting Editor Reports a Sermon The religious editor of a certain paper published in this State took a hadano one to leave in his place he asked the sporting editor to attend church and report the sermon says the Buffalo Times Here is what he wrote unblemished by the editorial pencil The weather was perfect and the grand stand and bleachers wore thenbox for the Christians and cer tainly had everything in the book When he tackled New Jerusalem he used the slow ball artistically but when he warmed up in hades he had speed to burn and whipped them over like a shot He had swell control and never lost sight of the plate for a minute passedtaroundThe choir did a good deal of root ing from the players bence and occasionally a voice from the bleachers yelled Amen l Although it was an extrainning game ho never let up and had the visitors properly backed up throughout putting some of them to sleepIf can only keep up the pace the big league for Mils next season Foleys Honey and and Tar contains no opiates and can safely be given to children Sold by Jno X Taylor L N TIME CARD passingtNORTH HOUND No 62104 mn No 641126 p in No 92 029 a m No 70 820 nlnNo 72 420pln BOUNDmNo 51 406 p m No 63 482 am pmNoNo 711016 am I C R R TIME CARD Time of departure of Illinois Central trains from Nortonville Ky NORTH BOUND No 102 180pm No lOt 847 a m No 122 local pass1084 a m ol00llocal frt 235 p m SOUTH BOUND No 101402 pm No 103 187 am No 121lbcalpass 101 pm No 195 local frt 020 a m p Cures Grip la Two Ionjmwwiwwwwvw jr i I Ama D Sisks I i1 Book and Jewelry Store + I Has now a complete line of 4 Wall Paper WindolSbadesl1oJ Pictures and Frames Room Moutldxrzg In all the now colors latest designs and decorations No larger assortment in Western Kentucky to select from PRICES ARE RIGHT AND SATISFACTION rfa GUARANTEEDCome me before you buy Rfadisonville Ky i BEN T ROBINSON i iruggist +r + fYt Mortons Gap Ky + i Headquarters for the famous life jiving and germdestroy ilf ing remedy LIQUOZONE 4+ 4 tVealso carry a full line of 4ix 4 t Fresh Pure Drogb 4 t pyPrescriptionsit DAY OR NIGHT 4 + In addition to a full line of Drugs we also handle iftPaint5 Oils and Varnishes 1 I itVesolicit our trade and guarantee close prices = tandSmall Profits titr wTutui f fu fiifur 1 1- L44 CRENSHA r 4Isnow receiving hie I 1LD SUMMEs Scp9 I l Consist ngof Ladies Suitinga 4Latest Things in Cotton Pongee Shirtwaist Goo PERCALES ETC Ladies Hosiery MENS AND CHILDRENSUNDERWEAR jAnde e of jlotionsF ilGiveHim a Call 81 Ial I METAL TRADE OR PAY CHECKS MADE OF ALLUMINUM OR BRASS =SEND OR CATALOGlEANDSA P ES TO LER 410 W MainatflL JjilaVtILLE KY a tJ Pr t- 1tT Days