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Ill r SIXTEEMTH SEAR EARLINGTQN HOPKINS COUNTY KY THURSDAY JUNE 1905 No 2II ti- Y t i iiONiNES7 Get together Jt Victoria Mines Two Miles Worn This Place MorningTwo fii r AND FIREMAN STERETT KILLED vTvvo rVghL trains pulled I5y tijii 1 argent eng ties pirth e t C Ill ydtenL cattle together inn lead en collisioiv at YctoV mines ineftr ills place Sutiirllay niornirg Qhience Sterott of Nnshv lIe was buried wideivhts engine ftnd instantly killed one Jeg Wf s dompletdjy st verod front JfOlJ- J WHO IN TUB WRECK OIANKINJ SHAVER Jagtaeer on Ks 80 Zieaped Engineer of Coal was Barely aad Few Cab Struck Received Seemed Warning is to JnnTp who WHS pulling 2nd 80 had a narrow escapeowas also caught under the overturns engine and considerably bruised succeeded in releasing himself with the assistance of one of the train men Brakeman liar ry Brown who was sitting in firemans seat on ISO was caught under the engine his foe i considerable mashed and bruised Both he and Engineer Giannini J were brought to the St Bernard hospital at this place as soon as possible and the L 4 8oclil surgeon Dr A 0 Sisk dressed their wounds Mr Siaunini WAS able to co toliis konie in Kash yule on the 51 that afternoon jkarry Brown was removed t1 Ins residence in this city on ifollowidR Both are prog ressing nJ olyITko Casieef ike Wreck Tho coal train in charge of Conductor Younts Engines Elmo haver was at Victoria mines doing their work The were pulling doyii the loads place empties for 10lidingrind passed the switch with sev tyhe2ndn i southbound passenger train No 53 trying to make Madisonville came in d was a fOggy Snorningand tile coal train was working on iii- main I track witlouta flag and consequ6ntly with 110 protection 2nd 80 was going about 85 miles hour when they struck The two huge monsters of stool and toilcrnst1edttogether wIth Carries His Head in His Hand a Mile HfroP1broke his neck He then walked a mile to home although he was compelled to hold his in in the entire dis tance homehisF balance an d was taken toilie Qoun yB08pltIt1w4ere the declared that his neckhdbeen iractured at the Jfth v tebrae The niane r irtM pjrpvelf t t t t 1p j J J IrtC V d N oJ a Jn f i F terri rc force reared on end and fell side side a useless muss of twistedwreckage Engineer Thomas Giannini Fireman Olarqnce Sterett and Flagman Harry Brown who was hi the1 firemans seat at the time i were buried under the engine Engineer Giannini managed to catch an iron bar and pull hint toijreVontJthe water flowing tram the toil der of his engine Until bothitr rived As soon as he was releas ed he and Mr John Carroll fore ivhgridtrouble relcftSQiJ HnrVylJrown wlw vvus held by the foot and yjInot Mr Oatrrri7lnitd men secures1 15NGlNBRll WERE1 TOX ELMO with Shakenp Train which a Bruiwi from Were Moving when Death Certain Time but the and the day and had was per his head 1 T buckets nod extinguished it No ono was hurt oil thc al train as they were 1 barely mov lug and all had time to got in the clear before 80 struckthem As soon as the intelligence reached the Earlington office niqht Quid Dispatcher Griffin ordered the Earlington and Howell wreckers out When the wreckers arcived on the scene they at once went to word to clear the tract but things were iftsuch bad shape and wreckage was piled so high itwl8thught best by those ia charge to traasfer No 58 south bound and No northbound This was accomplished with the usual amount trouble and de lay After Ute passeuger ttail been gotten out of the way trackwas built around thai wreck and trains were moved in this manner until the tract was cleared the following Tuesday This was one of the worst wrecks that has happened on this di tbdo Vhe Zfibtt of the Wiieck One MaAa Xlfe Snuffed Out Two of the companys larger- size engines oosting 1000000 each wero stripped apd ruined tip cars demolishedIwas delayed severall loaepositiouthey 8 and larder to hold allt Rlapimttn II R Smith did riot do Juti In outer states such workas this would be termed criminal negligence and the strong arm of the law would be invoked t Tobacco Record at Hopklnsvllle Hopkinsyille Ky May 20 Seven hundred and twentyseveii i hogsheads of tobacco were re ceived this week being the largest receipts of the year Pri hogsheads182 sales for year 895 The president of tht Ib bbara of health has announced thai they will adopt a rule ttialal phyrilpijRHir galatoT mnBt Ili i oft tei1setiisMid mustyitie He decrCl that keri a i ttpci dlt m qVJ tljlti 4 awr r 1 Y Ni 1 qJ iJ TOGOS POWERFUL GUNS Annihilate Russian Fleet TwentyTwo Ships Captured or Sunk by Japanese fleeti ATTACKING SQUADRON NOT DAMAGEDwI EOJESTVENSKYS FATE STILL IN DOUBT Washington May 20 The follo yiUri official t J rtfrjm TokiQ wa recoived at the Japan ose legation today I r Tokio May 29Ileports re ceived from AdmiralTogo at the Japanese headquarters First report received morning ofMay 27 Immediately upbti too receipt of that KiisSian attnclfida heavy seas y I a lSecond report received nigh of May 27 Combined squadron attacked Russian squadron to Ireyndiir Okinoshinia southeast of Tsushima and defeated it sink llg at least four atn nflictiiig heavydamage upoi- others Damage to our ships is insignificant Our dostroyora and torpedo lloillas delivered an attackaftersunsot Third report received Mondip May 29 Main force of our com blued squadron confinuejl snit since the 27th attache- 28th near Liancourt Rocks northeast of Okinoshima group consisting of Nicolai battleship Orel battleship Sepyaviu Aprexin and IzUmrud I umrud fled while remaining four vessels surrendered IjTo damage to our ships According to statements of prisoners ves sels sunk in engagement May 27 Were BorodinorbattleRhi H Al exandra III battleship Zomt chug and five other hips Rea Admiral Nebogatoff andabou 2000 other Russians were taken prisonersThe are the damages suffered by the enemy in addi inn to those above since thecommencement of the battle as reported by commanders no ender immediate command of Togo rind by observation stations SUNKAdmiral Nachiraoff Doraitri Donskoir Svietlana Ad miral UsakofF Kamfcchatka Irutshush and three destroyers OAJl RED Vladimir Mon omach foundered after capture aspecialservice shipsnalfte unknown and one destroyer i Russian losses definitely kgow So far may be classifiedas fol lows Six battleships one coast defense ship five cruisers two 8p9Lialships three destroyers Ayere sunk two battleships t two coast defense ships one special service slop one destroyer were captured whetlietr to have been sunk are included or not in the above list deer are wore than 1000 prisoners besides the 2000 taken by th ombiiieeThe naval engagerfteut iq still in progress so that it will take spme time before the final results can be known togor Fleet Kot Damaged Thalli ntQntay204 loffi cial telegram from Tokio states that Admiral Togo reports to his goyernmeut the total losses sus tained by the Russian fleet Sat urday and S were Two battleships one coast de fense annorclad five cruiser s two special service ships arid three destroyera all sunk InI addition there were captured IVfobattesbipsJto coast defense armorclads one special servic- eh one desireyer andover 2 OOb Prlin r8 1 i1 t 1 r I t 1 fiji rj f 1 Admiral Togo adds that the Japanese squadron was undarn aized 1 HOW ITW6a DONE r 1 StrategyvEmployed by Togo 11 t St Petersburg May 80 Whatever other information lollS contained in Qapt Ohagin ts tele gram to the Emperor was withI held andno details are known thtbiiChayal officers have seen able tht The figure that Admiral Togo equadronmiist1 JslBqUodrons r further north to head elf the Russian vessels which might get through to bar the en trance to the Straits of Tangaru bde coastof Japan tiVlter Togos scouts reports thatAdmirai Rojestveu3ky was heading for the das ern channel of the Straits of Korea sthekJa panese Admiral steamed around the north part of Tsu island and came upon the Russians steam ing in double column with the cruisers to the Togo en= joyetl the gr tivantage of tactical position when he opened tlite d Rojestvensjcys heavirvesseI thus smothering the fire of the latter Besides Togo was able to use all his broadsides whereas the sternmost ships of the Rus tinte y only with difficulty use any guns tttaU Nevertheless although suffer ing the complete loss of four ships in the desperate encounter which followed and being sub jested to a series Qf torpedo at Rojeeet 0 nightn came the Russian fleet was divided into two divisions The faster and stronger division under R vensky logs met by Ifautiinu ra gild Urhf while the slower di vision under ebogatoff renew the fight with l gaVith so of the scattered Russian unit- it was a ase of save himself who can In the running fight the Ja anese enjoyed thee advantage of superior speed en thorn grindbay Admiral Nebogatoffs bat torso remnant surrendered off Xiianeourt Rocks while Rojest vensky with the best remaining battleships fought on for the honor of the Russia navy The A learned ivit a sense of relief that the fiagshi- IiniPx Souvjiroff sank under the foot ifthe Russian Command inCinef The surrender of Ne ogatoffs two battleships even though the circumstances arena yetknown is regarded as a dis grace A man Ht Lisbon Ov sued for a divorce because his wife said he loset lc l atJ ttfe knew wbtghe- aaIkinkgent si I 7 jj t oaSAw + a+ r z Ii CIn r 5 r- J It 1 I f 17 ff IJtd 11 jI I t CROSS OF HONORTO BE CONFERRED On ExConfederate Veterans at Lakeside Park Earlington Saturday June 3rd The United Daughters of Confederacy of Ai E Reese Chapter of Earlingtod and rJad onv le will hive a picnic at LakeRide Park Earhtigton SntmpayJune 3rd to the F B Harris camp of Sons of Veterans On tats occasion a beautiful silk flag mad- by the Misses Whalen of this city will bd presented to the Sons by Maj Harris and crosses of honor will be presented to sev oral of the old Veterans by the Daughters Short talks appropriate to the occasion will be made All vet organ and their families are car dially invited to attend and rts t1io following day Sunday will be observed as Decorntionday at Odd FelloWs cemetery Mndison villo t Your Towns trade An exchange Ichew what it logs talking about when it pub lished t1lefollowing STho trade territory of a town is not atall dependent upon the distance to the neighboring trading pointy The territory depends upon th enterprise of the merchants an resident of the town Ifa town does not reach out for the trade using every good method it only conies as fast as it has to and will only grow as it is forced But in the surrounding county by advertising trade will corn from an increased radius an the town will forge to the front It is the mien Ii in the tow and not altogether the men li ing within a certain number miles that make the town Will Never be Missed A few citizens never lose an opportunity to give our town and the business1 men and people in itaildig of some kind Did you ever notice that these pee pie are a class that would not be much missed in any community p A class who never did anything for the town in which they live nor any one in it except themselves They never put their shoulders to the wheel and helpi to raise it out of the mire into which it might have sunken They never do anything but howl and find fault with wh a others are doing You will fin them in every town Breathitt News No Sponsors in Confederate Parade tGen Stephen D Lee com nianding the United Confederate Veterans has issued an order maidm0ps coming reunion of veterans at Louisville Reasons bpantoanto corts and carriages would be settlethethese points Madisonvlllc School Board Elect Teachers for Ensuing Year oPf day night the teachers of the fobr Chapman as Supt arid all pf last years teachers were reelected with the exception of Miss Pearl Eblen who resigned as teacher of seventh grade Mrs Emma Arnett was eluted to fill lier place MadiBonyille is ot her Pablic Schoolt tfhicfc flHa a Jtipg leued 1 s l w Sr t 1 LlrttER- Mi i Beckham Commutes War ners SentenceWill be Confined in Asylum Pending Returned I Sanity I ATTORNEY KOHN THREATENED I Frankfort Ky Mny20Gov- i Beckham this morning commuted the death sentence of George BV Warner the slayer of Pulaski Leeds to life imprisonment the State penitentiary and at the same time granted a respite and directed that the prisoner be transferred from the Jeffer son county jail to a Ayard af titer Central Asylum for the IiVsane at Lakeland This acti6n was taken byey the Executive upon the filing in the department of the Secretary of State Of the official report of Sheriff E T Schmitt of Jeffer son county siiowiiis that a Jury had iliquired intotno sanity 00 Warner and found him to be insane Sheriff Schmitt was iioti fied by telephone of thE action of the governor and vjl im mediately carry his orders into execution The Governors action means subjectdannounces that he will send Wari nor to the asylum today or Ved nesday He has not received official notice from Frankfort thoasyy thend fore a jury and if declared of thefAnonymous letter for Mr Kohn Attorney Aaron Kohn who prosecuted Vrnerreceived a letter this morning signed CICom mittee demanding that lie se cure commutation of Warners sentence The letter Stated that he had it in his powerand unless Ihe complied his life Or that Of his son would be forfeited The letter Was written on ordinary peeper withha typewriter The spelling was perfect as was also the grammatical construction of the letter hiving evidence that the writer was a person ofiQ telligence For this reason Jtr Kohn decided toplace th mat tter before the United Staijs5 aur thorities The letter was eyiA dently written before the result of the invedtigation into War ners sanity became known ANrrowlscaP i Soctockher guest Mrs Tarl ton were returning from a drive their horse became frightened as they ofdupd 1he occupants to the ground one wheel passing over Mrs Tar letoris ankle and inflicting u cut bodyShe vous shock from which she was confined to her bed tyo days Mrs Brooks escapedWJtha sprained wrist After the accident the horse trotted to Main street turning at tho corner nail on up the driveway into Paul Moores grounds followedbyHenrv and drove him to the stable The buggy was not damaged JFranhjbqhone the IDyearbldhoy lIoeIoand guilty sty c rmJIllj and I van penitentiary sentence IntJ r f = I 171 ar 7 p t MB H o g THE BEE EARUNeTpN Yt r THY PACK YOURBABEIN i Jj When you can buy a good and substantial Go Cart for your 1 dear little one at such a low price that is in reach of- everybodys I W pocketbook These constitute m new feature in I our store and judging from the excellent trade we are haying in this nethey are proving to Be va most popular one x All of our showings are of the latest designs aqelqfith lest VA r and most durable c0 structidhw1iil the large variety i is such I 1 that evferyixlea and taste can be easily suited patterns T t to select froip You will surely buy one when fou see them t A MfAs to Furniture Carpets N It We can save you many fi dollar for we buy rigli and we sell right All we ask you is to try us and you will remain a permanent customer 1 MORTON HALL Madisonville t I LL IIt Pays to Advertise Ii SHORT JOCALS It is whispered that Earlinpton t yrlll have a military minstrel show In tqenear future See Jno AV Twyman before Ci you have any painting done Born to Mr and Mrs Henry By rum on May 80th a fine boy weigh- tI inpr B pounds Mother and child are getting along nicely Some kind of a dog supposed to pe mad was prowling around in the pasture Tuesday running the cows n horses It is said to haVe bit neighborhood What is home without Cal n j rdar TIE BEE has the nicest line of Imported and Domestic Galen e tiara Oh the marmot Write or phone us and we will come and see you The Earlington Bank has recently been newly papered and with the handsome oak furniture adds cou jiltl rablyto its appearance Cashier Q Thsse Phillips is an uptodate man and Keeps things moving f r Screen doore and yindows please tumble This talk comes high jARN8WOKTII ROOTZ Grading and rook ballasting the streets of this place by the city fathers is still going on and in time t Earllngton ylll havens nice streets r as any town of Its size in the State The Daughters of Confederacy met with the Misses Whalen Tues day morning and transacted quite a xl lot of important business in regard c itp the picnic to be given at the park Saturday jJ am prepared to do all kinds fainting on short notice Sat Pfaction guaranteed JNO W TWYMAN protracted meeting will begin at the M E Church South Sunday ii rev Dayis of BusBellvllle will as pressing1nvJtatlon who wish to attend iI r f i V I remarkably ijyefQ1 If 100 Reward 8100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all Its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure fa taken internally acting directly up on the blood and the mucous sur faces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and Riving the patient strength by building up the constitution and as sisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have sq much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonialsAddress F J CHENEY Co- Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation Mrs John Tanner returned home last week from Paris Tennfi where she had been attending the bedside of her mother Mrs Tanner remain ed with her mother until alter her death find burial We extend our heartfelt sympathy Any kind of tin work v FAitNSwoirrlIl KOOTZ Col Robert Wood and daughter Miss Dona were In Evansville Tuesday Decoration Day Mr Wood met several of his old comrades there and had a pleasant trip Miss Dona stopped off in Henderson a few days to visit friends Dont forget to your tin roofs FARNSWORTH cC ROOTZ Jnd W Twyman sold his tin shop to Farnsworth fc Room Wednesday Consideration unknQwnl These gentlemen are Wll known here and will no doubt do a good business Mr Twymau will turn his attention to house and sign painting and do ing general repair work u Any thin for a building FARNSWORTH RQOTZ An enthusiasticmeotingof F B Harris Camp 492 8C Vwas held In THE BEE office Tuesday night Several members were present as well as a number of visiting veterans Plans for attending the reun ion at Louisville were discussed and delegates appointed a I A K HAIR RALAM g =aed iretlnMLh Xtu ruai Deter era Mca Naar I p HECLA NOTES Mr A L Foard has been spending a fewdays at the home ot his brother Mr Juof Foard who resides at Churchhill near Hopkinsvtile Miss Gertie Franklin is expected home in a few days She has been on an extended visit to her aunt Mrs Hastings of St Louis and is now returning on account hetIfathers indisposition Mr Crockit the future pastor at the Hecla Presbyterian church was here on a tour of investigation Sun day He was accompanied by Dr Ross of Madisonville Mr Crockit will preach both here and at Mad sonville The date of his first ap pointment will be announced later Miss BeRsl Greer Is on the sick list this week Quite a number of people from here visited the wreck Saturday and Sunday A Pleasant Afternoon The last meeting of the season of tho Madisonville Womans Boolt Club was held with Mrs Paul MiJ Moore yesterday afternoon each member receiving a handsome book Interest wastakon in the Author Contest furnished by Mrs Moore for the entertainment of her guests Mrs James Ross Pres of the club winning the prize a beautifully bound bookliThe Masters Violin The club color violet was carried outln the lovely contest cards and in the binding of the prize book Dalntyrefreshments were served m two courses A Card of Thanks The members of Hopkins Lodge No Ql A O U W extend thanks to all fho ladled who furnished and prepared the nice flowers for decora tion exercises Done by order of the Lodge- E R BABNETT M W A Card of Thanks The members of Hopkins Lodge No 01 A O U W wish to thank Mr and Mrs Charley MoFaddeu of Barnsley for the nice flowers pre sented by them for decoration ex ercises Done by order ot the Lodge IE R BAKNBTT M W 8IR eYJtl ue HMd7 UktCWNM a COM to trs try and Mattings I Kentucky gwiulMLtittivc t 11 4 PERSONALS if II Mr and Mrs Walter Wright of Ilsley visited relatives hero Sunday Mr jEd words of this place was In the county seat Saturday Messrs Jack VInson and Dan Yates of MadlBonyille visited friends in this city Sunday Mr Carl AVoolfolk visited home folks in Madisonville Sunday v Mr and Mrs Frank Devylder of this city visited relatives in Madi sonyille Sunday Jno Gougb and Pete Davis Jr were in Madisonvillo Saturday Leo Herb of Nortotvillo was here Saturdayvlsltlng friends Mr Ed Griggs of Mercer Station yWhQ has been visiting relatives here several days returned homo Saturday Messrs LawBon Miles and James Cloren were in itila119ij11IlItfFriday on business rV4 Mr James Had wa Irt1iocoun seat rv i 1MissFarquaiiar pf this city was In Madisonville Friday shopping Miss Janie Victory Ot this city was In Madisonvillo Friday shop ping i Mesdames Kato Withers and Marion Sisk were in Madisonville Saturday shopping Mrs Elizabeth McEuen and Miss Elizabeth Victory were InMadlsottr viile Monday MrV Elmer Lynn was 1nMadison ville Monday Mrs Tom Smith was shopping In Madisonvillo Monday Mesdames Ott Powers and Yandell Walker wore in Madisonvillo Saturday David Burwbo for several years has made his home in Philadelphia PaI is bomeonu visit to his parents Mayor and Mrs Burrh Mr and Mrs Walter McGary Bud Mr arid Mrs Heny Browning at ChrtatlanYtchurch night Mrs NG biotheraheadwasshop- ping In Madisonville Thursday Mr audMrs JB Bash visited in- the couniy sea t last iiree- kkajor Harris of the pap was here this week on business 7y G tOlleDUHllJhaUl lug their cousin Mrs Maude Hedi v ro turned to their borne in Whitu Plains Friday evening Miss Edna Overall of Madison villo visited Mrs Strothor Hancock from Thursday to Saturday Little Miss Campus Fox Is spend lug this week with her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Hamp Fox of Hopkthsvlile Mrs E L Bedford who has been visiting hor daughter Mrs W B Cloyde left Sunday morning for Horse Cave and other points Mrs Lewis Rice returned home Sunday from a weeks visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Jd M Drake of Greenville Ky+ Mr and MrsJohn B Atkinson are In Colorado whore they will spend two WOOKS visiting Deli vcr Colorado Springs Cripple Creek and other points of hitorest Messrs Henry Cowand and J Y Montague and Missestrgio Rule and Llz lo Dean attended the roviv al servicesat the Christian church In MadisonvlllpSunday night G V Sypdri LN ttttornoyorr- hUlhlUtlIHO wan JlI the city Satnrf daw J1 Mrs Li H OBrJoiYand daughter AlJ ieso were in Afaill ipnvJllo Mon tlilyHlibppitig tI L Mrs lulvaiioy 0nil sbri John Virginia who fart boon vfsittn Hugh Muvaufcy4 of tins olty dr H veial d aiot for I BuBselhlllo Ky lociay tO vista relatives thor q btJfure lcturnh homeaMiss f 1 lunt Qoddeir the wall known tVatfiiQUv nurse of this clay who had boeii in JStndtsonvHlo eov era days successfully nursing a pa tloiit has fobiriiod homo Mr I N Day find two daughtelBv ot Daw on wero the guostg of JNirsV Alice Oldliam few days last week Morris Lanahau ofJ aUucah visited friends her6 Saturday and Sun day vv joMrshort trip on 51 Sunday jEsquire Shaw and two sons ot Morton Gap was hero Tuesday night attending the meeting of the S 0V Mrs Sor arid Miss Flora Pierce of Madisonvisle woro hero Tuesday attending the meeting qf U DO Rev 13 M Curry formerly pastor of the M E Church South at this place but now of Owensboro is vie iting with his wife and children in Nebo this week He expects to Earlhlgtonfriends Mrs O P Webb spent last week MrsBrowderMr and Mrs Chas Webb and lit tle son Buford attended the May Festival at Nashville last week They report a good time j W Robinson has no Oppositio- nJ Will Robinson now has no opposition for the nomination for County Court Clerk on the Republican ticket His only op ponent Mr Alexander of Daw son Springs has withdrawn and Mr Robinson is alone in the race for this office Oyama Begins Land Battle St Petersburg lIuj31The Associated Press dispatches in tFihtMar8hflIOynmnli great engagement is imminent I and Tar nYrrlaJJthe cough 4 fJease1 YourHa I reteslaatar Dont have a falling ouwith youThenroodAyersHalr stops coming out becomes soft and smooth an i all the deep rich color oyouth comes back to gray ialr antisIfaNrrnKI14188111AIJOlX W I tadebyJaAgrrQaLexemdef SARiAPARIL PVQ ruts CHERRY PEC t CITY TAX PAYERS I w Can Save M SMarshal 1 1r ggvelHl ld jifiynictit cUi pJXQSSPCCl nos titatI n LVi i rosittalr shiltl be i tlliiil tuliiph5 I thor is yet Iwt one inonfih I ylupIiTQ pity tInnt savebii extra cost but that is time Qnnugjv if iU act City r shnll3tirtiett is verv busy fish- nail tdliectlonsrttttlis lQJtftJrnis1inon which tho tax is IJtlidlhe number puid now roiichos wfcll over silo hundred and the ra- Iniiinlug ones are coining in YO JOIN W YERKES Spoken ofaij Possible Successor to Secre tary of NaVy Paul Morton 1 Dispatches from Washington say Jno W Yerkes U S Corn missioner of Internal Kovonue is spoken of as standing an excel lent chance ot entering the Oab inet of the President its Secre Socrotary1l1ull10rt6ul come the head of the New Y6rk equalHug United States- 1AIISYI1LLMTERR HAUTE Rrr THROUGH SERVICEV- IA L NE TH and CEl 2 Yoctlbulod Trains Dally tNASHVILLE TO OHIOAGO XiTH OLEtPEneNDDAYCOACHESNEW oiNiNQ CARS SERVINO ALL MEALS EN noirreD SLIVANSVIUr InfanfuntiDiarrhoea Bowel Troubles of Children ofJ RnyIJfge Aids Digestion Regulates the Bowels Strength i ens the Child and MAKES TEETHING EASYI lhMotherNelwdersTEETHINAlscomes the effects of the summers heatupon teething chlldreit r You Can Become an rmy or Navy Officer iT1 you are a persevering moral young man1 between the ages ofX17 and 85 years possessing a good common school pducatAoh and passing the necessary physical exam J nationr tSFurther particulars for four pents in 8 tarap i ltiy add B8iriki H frPHILLIPS Louisville Ky n R = 7 ii- itl n I UI dr 11 jr k h fi d l 0 11It J THE BBE EARLINCTDN KY q fT1 t 10 riJI l 4 V4 + f 1 i A h tE havei a Dotiof r beautifiil ini tidn lQ1 u twood fans 1 tI v jIf s3intiog aa TA ggolfands ten isi gihls die ti 1 4CY5 l i r1t I Itl6 httht ill IotJ ours 1ic tj 4sInc will+ iveothe j tocvciy dad r- A s P i a p Fyri I h ii V tti1g Qr latge sIoie asldl g Is they last R acarl Jt11y ij jt rAj 7vI x t J t1 1 t j i f short noes ig ir eacll of their The f fas vrIl keep yoil i I 1 t t coolwhich I f to i einind you 9fu v11 selected line ofsurn r 7 r J L mbrclotiiifjg which we will be glad to show your1 r 1 IEHEE PURSES f 1wE III ha relurchased aJarge J iiiirnberr of genuine leathers vr T X V purses WeVwill give prie as longas they last 7 Ito every marl ylio buys a p irof sfio6srpnfus They arei ijy J Ij 1 1- r to remind Y9 j1 that youhwillJ buyingwshoesCS W it vf V r v 1y v I from us Veahave the CbesWaiicl Mr esBiline ofshoes in t t r JHopkins County v A i Y 0 7 ai I 1 1- I It 1 r EY 1 THE BTG o BUST o STQRE ji4criVili I II Ky3 r J AVIS WELL ITEMS Olio tyJipiMi hat decided to i r abandon the farm and iliOVir U1 Mitch ksdnvllio and embark ih the grocery business IE Slatoh had the misfortune to hose fais tOck barn by fire Saturday hlght together with about 100 bar rQls otters a KtfQf balled hay all df his dear and various other things Iticiuclitig seven saddles Tho cause of tho fire is unknown It I hsthoughtfio tie the work of Ihcen- Vdiarles Blackberry winter must have missed oonnectlon someway as it got hero about two WqelcB after the biisheS Were in full bloom v But 7Nuotwlth4tandlng hat ftUJt the s Oil tjJarqKbodfbr it f5iiiQroppftat jirult as well as most oilier yRrletlesi i IE nio and Atina Bell children of Mr arid Mrs Will Wilson are on jtlio ttv Evorltt Wiisoariias been laid up v lor about a wepkvNvith lninbacl- A tjeveral of Our peopla have beonr sattPndinIthorei lyal tiOBrtqplod by JotthC1Ghtllitinni ve3Jr 9 +I M9 than 300 snltssworeflletl by f tlie iaJeianR Pl1roh ase T xpoM yon CJO tQ collect stock subgprjptionft aggrfljfiiting 80000 1Atuong the r 8lfhJw on6 againt forjner Qtiryej etnlielinfor 1000whiali Jt la n he subscribed t CJa TtRZ11K1adth8tM N M 1 4 o n l T IEmotiqna That Poison the Blood IAnger fear nnxlejy are among or fiouUmetUs which literally poison our hloodIt has often been said that evil thoughts Mho poisonous the moaning being that they corrupt other people but the real feet is that they poison our own bodies By losing control of ourselves and indulging In anger by yielding to aiixloty fear and unwholesome thoughts wo cause an irrltatioh or disturbancb which according to the latest sayings ot scientists has the eifect of producing poison in the blood that inay have sefious rouse quencos Naturalists declare that the venom of snalctn is generated by anger and foari that It is rapidly collected in a speclai receptacle and thdnce7 ills charged at The bbjeot of its anger or feaiand it is further explained that the same process takes rila o in the human body but that welhava no special organ to and it therefore disperses in the blood act fug against ourselves instead of for OHr prbtjDQtlon Be that ad it may it is goneraliy copoeled that w0 are n1ptlomj1ontIQnQ1 8 lon which ettlnf srnooth working of ntirtntiidsHotnafiotca- iVtiry a Inhabitant ttthO tlnitod State is carried on Rome journey rnjne Unrea every yeftV tliiit is the lumber of fjafiBenXfrs carried every year fsnin tine the population of the oouuty v itrdo f not take u mors time to lteUollto Matt digitgGle Ari 1 f r r a LikeI comesrhi8I andfamouaspeptloachthat hItselfidtgmsttveI uppliea the natural l JuIiJesof digestion and does the work of the IV stomach relaxing the 11 nervous while 11 the Inflamed muscles I and membranes of that I organ are allowed to cureslndlgestton palpitation of the heart yspepslall1daUstom cleanetngtipuntying arid strengthening the glands + membranes of the atom ach and digestive organs KodolDyspepsi Twrf iUr CM Svftij Yti 2UfImetlustrlalaIHhlc4eUa in1yW1TT1 co CUUM Ieo li by StBermiril Drtig Store EfHngtonjB t Robinson MQr x Ta tEarnng ton r I a att+ ++++ + a i THE PEOPLES COLDMN Advertisements inthis COlumntt will be inserted for per word Make your wants t1 knownj t0ot NtFN + rIfi to l+ + Iffltnfllft fllfMIf 7roomltQl1sQ jngoodcondItionat this officerWANTEDrO buy a ittnall fI11U10 SO or 76 acres Must be In good fix house and out house etc within 4 or G miles of EiirUngton or Mncllsonvlllo Apply at this office v For Sale Two firstclass much cows One from tho fJecIJLdallY herd The other fsah o a splendid milker VIli sell reasonable WvHCpuiCiHiEj Roprrfs io Rentr Fine desirable rooms tel rent fji conterotcity terms reasonable Apply at this office f L N TIME CARb Time of arrival of trains passing through Earhngton J3irootlVoSundayJaiii 8 NOJ Tit OUN No 52vv i1045a m pmNoNo 70 82Q nfir No 72 825 pYm st1UTIIBbt1Nb r dUNopmNoN9r71n11QIii am- F a I CR R TIME CARD Tinifi Of departure of Illinois Cen tral trains front NortpnYillo Ky NOKTIt UOUNt Ir o102 281 m No lOt 851 a m No 122 local passld85 a m No 190 local frtf 128 p m SOUTH BOUND No 101 408 pm No 103 140 am pmNoREPUBLICAN PARTY LAW New Set of Rules Issued to Govern Party in Kentuckyt CANDIDATES MUST NOT BE OF COMMITTEES IMEMBERS State Central Committee met at Louisville Saturday and promulgated new rules for government of the party in Kentucky One rule takes effect at once find there js a general revision of the entire book of rules all of which takes effect July lv The emergency rule provides that ft menber of any committee shall resign his office immediate ly should he become a candidate and jjEiads as follows IVhol1the Chairman Secretary or any other officer of or 9QnHYoIItymuultdl1 l or district office to lie filled at rttiy fe tilAf or special oleo tlon he shall JintHdfllivtely resign his Qffice AS memter In such coin mittee and the vlcfincy caused thereby shall be filled as provided for the party rules i and on his- failure to so resign the said com mittee ho not being allowed to vote thereon shall thereupon declare his office as membership vacant and I shall fill the vacancy agn eably to the padyrJlles A change in allowing proxies- to vote was made to conform to co u rt decisions Heretofore proxies have had wide latitude but the courts have decided that proxies cannot sit as judges in any contest and their powers are othersyise abridged 1 General Baron MoyonaorfC is1 one of the picturesque characters olj the lUm slat army in Manchuria He was in the thick of thO fighting At the bat tie of Mttkdeu nntl kind the mlsfortiiuo at an luiportrtrtt juncture of affairs to fall o1P Ills horse In thifviiteUlvcn tore Jto broke his collar bbnenud wits c ncYctto tho rour Inquiry Jiav Ing been inarto ns GENERAI ittnreN to his condition tho DofF reply was received Hint ilsboa9swenriug vlgoroJi Iy it Was jtliought lie wNOulrt recover That was ono vcrslop of the story ihthor was that hd fought for sonic days fitter fnllhjg fromails horse ami that General Kuropatklu deeming It- t r tlio welfare bi th 5 troops that lie ti4selittotho rear Qonvinced the gal litidbrokenhlslcollariboi1d d LYNCH PaR r THE SENATE District Convention at Madison yule Makes Unanimous u Se lection ALL DELEGATES WERE FOR LYNCH LYLil T Wm ofD a son Springs vas dominated for State Senator by acclamation Saturday by the llefjublicans of the Sixth Senatorial District hi Conven tion at Aljidisouville No other name was mentioned in the con tention mul it is understood that every delegate was for Lynch lletthedistrict called jhe Convention to order and Stated that the tort vention would iTtnintttoa man who would be the s next senator from Hopkins and Christian counties 4 2 C JWnddiilWtiselcclerLtem porary chairman and JT Me Donald temporary secretary both without opposition Dr rV Gardiner iXHI IV Scott anti L R Daviewore named as committee on resolutions c While the committee was at work Hon Clifton J Pratt responded to a call for a speech which lie niiiOe in his charavteng tic and pleasing way rallying Ijib party and speaking highly of the candidate whose name would be presented for the nomination The committee oil resolutions reported as follows t Your committee oil resolutions begs leave to submit the following report We Recognize with pride the broad statesmanship and eminent ability of our great President Theo dore Roosevelt and rejoice in thq abounding prosperity and commanding Influence ofour nation under his wise patriotic administration We renew our loyalty to the Republican party and pledge our hearty support to its standard bearers We commendthe healthy bar moniftus sentiment of the Republi cans in State and nation which is an earnest of a bright future We approve the call for this con vention It is important that this Senatorial district be properly represented by an able and worthy Republican and the nominee of this convention should command the hearty united support of our pif ft anti of all citizens who love gooU government We 9onSratUtoto tim I people of this district upon the etf isting conditions which point so clearly to triumphant Republican victory i IThel1omlneo of this convention shall be the candidate of the Repub lican party for Senator of the Sixth Senatorial district of Kentucky comppgdu of tha counties of Chris I tian and Hopkins and his name shall appear on the official ballots fur the regular election in Novem ber 1005 in the regular Republican coliunti Under the regular party de vice of the Republican party to witj the Lod Qabin lKespectfully submitted L R DAVIS WILL P SOOTT Taos W GAKDIJJEB After adoption of the resolutions Will Scottmade a speech in which he uominvted William Lynch for thjj senate No other name was put before the conven tionand Mr Lynch was enthusi astically nominated by acclama tion after which the conVention adjourueil r Dontr x Despair S Bloodw Poisoned Sufferers I WE can prove to you that wo are able yourbloodto guaranteethis J REMEDYTHE All Druggists Guarantee fPrice 100 per Bojlle SizBottlesfor 50 FOERG REMEDY CO EVANSVILLE INDIMA- YorsaIelo6allyb I St Bernard Drpg Store and Jao X Taytbf 14 w i au ititIi i 4ijoIIo 1 notI 4q LcJ ing aod fi His FianceeJ f S M T rilfyouvig Ring of Spain Alfonso XIII i has geed a source of 1anxiety to his I pior the for 1 niyfqtiecn regent null the njn + IfQr ItIO AtiFONsD xni AND ras nroiit charged with tim responsibility for lila conduct have been anxious to get him married perhaps thinking that with the responsibility of a wife the boy monarch would settle down add lie come sober and dignified as beats the occupant of u throne Instead of kceii Ing the royal household in continual concern for the safety of the ruler Mary fair princesses have been In spected by the royal matchmakers and at last a union has teen arranged it Is announced between King Alfonso and the vivacious Princess Victoria Patricia younger daughter of Prnce Arthur duke of Gpnnaugbt As the future queen of Spain Isn niece of King Edward of England the alliance would form a bond between the royal houses of Spain and treat Britain and this is regarded with favor r The pair are very near the same age as the klpg Will bo nineteen on May 17 and his promised queen tins just pass cd her nineteenth birthday She waa born March 17 1880 and St Patrick tiny was a most appropriate tlmefQr tier birth In vlewpf her fathers 1riSh title and the fondness for IrcJjyjtj which she has shown urJIlf lice girl hood Tall handsome nd full ol li 1P rlmenti devoted to golf and hockey nufl I 111 air sports PatsyIprincess is called by her astirk general favorite fW Is linpntlftnt Pf the oonstrnlnts of royal otlquotle and AinItAlfonso assumed th reins of IIDng cnt in Spain In 3902 when hk PBINCESS PATST OE CONNAUaHT mother gave up the regency SIucQ that time Queen Christina has occa J sonajlf attempted to InfluencQ her sows conduct and has been remindud that bo not she is flow the ruler About three years ago tim king took up automoblUng IUd has developed such a fondness for scorching that his own life anti the lIesor others are often placed In Jeopardy Tho strange spec tnclts wap pvosontcd rbcently otrt con plaint being lodged ngninst tlc monnrtii+ for violation of the speed ordluancef oC aiflluiherdrlicensentclpnl automohlle tuThe complaint WitS presented to the CQunqll by the mayor of tin nnwndlssoinentibr ward ift which the palace of the king- fitenllyIt is he will btj let off wlth ut line or imprisonment but mitt thestreetspcdcslrhiiis nndciuTiog tor Jliere tit io tollinp whoiv ids rnnje tpiulorCli r mftv tipetr ftiouiKl as cbratr Speed Ing at a fort tulle ltPI c r tJ n IT I 4 THEBBE EARUNBTQN KY 1 t j lf Cbe 3ee PAUL M MOOREI EDITOR AND PUBLISHER JAMES E FAWCETT AO9OOIATB EDITOR A BU3INH88 MQi SUBSCRIPTION RATES On Year i i flllO Six monhfi 1 5- Ihreft Months 2 Sin le i 5 Spee1moueopiosmailed free pnap of V1 U CorrrrespoudQlilslvzintfld in nil part of the Comity A liafbr pat tioulars TcIcphbnCk No 47 THURSDAY JUNE I 1905 ANNOUNCEMENTS L Ii FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK We are authorized to annonfaco J W Robinson aS a candidate for County Court Clerk of Hopkint county aubject to tbp ac tion pf iho Republican party f v s FOR SHERIFF Wo are authorized to announce John B IDovpr as candidate for Sheriff of Ho 1dna Ky subject to tho action of the Republican convention Juno lOtb 1005a IIFOE 1UPRESENTATIVE Wo are authorized to announce J Q roleyas a candidate for Represpntativo at Jfoplcini county subject to the action o the Republican convention May 12 1905 OUR PUBLIC SCHOOL Earlingtons public school closes this week The final ex aminations are finished und each pupil and interested parent is anxiously awaiting the announce rifteut of results I During they r continuous conscientious work has been done by theen tire Corps of teachers and the able principaland all his earnest assistants have succeeded in im parting to a eery large proper tion of the pupils of all grades a genuine interest in their work An excellent spirit of emulation exists among the pupils They have very generally been deeply concerned as to the outcome of m9nthlyexamitmtionsthrol1gbou in the publication of the hpnor roll in these columns The interest shown by the children IB very encouraging to all who are interested in their education and advancement and is a certain guaranty of good work done by the teachers The principal Mr Andrew P Dustin has given especial at tentioh tq a careful grading off ill the pupils during the school year just closing and all nre now prepared to step into their proper places at the beginning of the mext fall term Discipline has been well looked after and any rebellious ones impressed with iihe necessity of obedidence and honest work The patrons bftlle Public School may congratulate them jeXyes upon tl1P WQr5dQqoi TUB Danville News has juat issued an pdlernelyattracti and meritorious pictorial supplement illustrative and descriptive of thntclassic4anddigniedold- tovnnoWoneof the most progressive and prosperous cities in Kentucky It is well done and a credit to its publishers and to Danville e Epworih Leaguers Will Taki Trip to Denver July 5th to 9th Iphft rnationalconterence of the lEpworth League will take place 5 n Denver QolJuly6th to Oth Tickets will be on sale June 29th Round trip tickets with stop over privileged at points of interest These tickets flnay be extended to Aug 8th on Ipayment of 50 cents rAny one wishing furtlfbr in re gatfl to this trip cati cpmmuni cAte with J Cliff Pritchett of Hadisonville Kyy ivhowill cheerfully answer all inquiries Severaldelegates from Earl 11g- r tOnare expected to make this 1 trip AdveIrisedjFox week ending May 81 lUOi5 10 Harding Sallie llamas Lae jaeqclerson Arthur Frey Frank jjtedmunti Ross Cnn Andrew Cools 4 ltobt Jirowdor Juglebrlght jitiulson MO BonfcOWi Mrs J W aicGlll Ivy McCuIley Flue Mentor Bobt 0adler Deamns Watkins Ed lMoody and Mary Morron GG BQHINSQN P M 4- L l i i t SHELL GAME Circus Day at Madisonvillt Saw Preacher Come to Oriel WANTED TO BRIBE THE OFFICERS Aset oftliieyos was the tern used by soiiie of the officers nd citizens of Madishnvill6 regard lttb VnAmbelgsstripciidegl1s areation of trained men ntc thatcityftAll kiry3V of gambling game thererun openly until Judgi t Wilson got on to the fact t ant laid his wen make an arresto twci Tit owner ofthu slunvlwai riot j present as usual put ll1S tiihniiger was pulled Wliei JudgeV ilsou111adelUs appear auoedi the scene the managei desiredto furnish JxinirAli the free tickets needed for liimpel aiid friends these the jmtuede dined Thegeutlemanlymanage r then extended his hand to bic the judge farewell and loft alive dollar bill with him Judge Wil son was naturally indignant ant made him take the money at the same time administering a mucli I needed lecture I During the day Rev J T Watson and William Oox went up against the fascinating shel game and Watson lost t 0200 Cox lost 4500 These gentle met had warrants sworn out and an attachment was issued against the show the money was returned however in a short time Several other meal lost sum ranging from 500 to 2500 his estimated that this show toot at least 500000 out of this neighborhood that could have been put to a good use at home I OASTLEBEREY ITEMS We the old veterans desire to hank you for giving us space in- your most excellent paper in last weeles issue and publishing our irotrramme for Memorial Services ast Sunday all of which were leautifully carried out We also desire to thank through your paper bespoakers who ware present ion heir patriotic and eloquent ses and Prof Lamb and his ben tl ul daughters of Cranors School louse for their fine singing at that place and Castleberry also the rofton choir led by Miss Cora Brown fpr theirMlno singing at the Campbell graveyard We decornt cd the graves at these three places Qf 10 Federal 1 Confederate and 1 Revolutionary soldier We have an epidemic of flux in the Alexander neighborhood onea rule east of Pod which is proving to be fatal There have been two deaths among children and two or Three others critically ill at this writing and the disease io very hard to control Populnf rumor says the Driver Bold coal mines 4 miles northwest of Crofton have changed ownership becoming the property by purchase Ql the Terry Coal Conk Company of Hopkinsville The same company has leased the M L Porter mines near the same place and are going tQ work at once to stock their yards with coal for the local demand and for the South Christian wagon trade for the summer and fall hauling Which is estimated to be one hundred thousand bushels or more Farm work progressing nicely ince the wet weather has ceased and everything growing nicely However shore is a scarcely of tobacco plants and solve complaint of rasshoppers eating the plants after letting Old Mr Clay Alexander who was sported critically ill last week of ropslcal trouble passed to a better life last Wednesday and was laid to rest in the Hawkins graveyard the next day- Uncle Jesse Bowling whose JlL less has been mentioned in several ssUes of THE DEE is gradually rowing weaker and his friends lave lost nil hope ot hope Of him eVJr being any bettor Cures Old Sores Westmoreland Kails Mayo 1002 3allari Snow Liniment Co Your Sllpw hutnent cured an old sore utho side of my chin that was sup osed to boa cancer TIlo sore was tubbpnv and would not yield to reatmeut untilI tried Snow Linl lent winch dldtho work in short irdor My sister Mrs Sophia J Jarson AUensvHle MiiHn Co Pa has a sore und that it is a saucer Please send her a fQc bot leSuld by St Bernard Drug Store PIS P S CU R E d- UUitS WHIRL ELSEFAIL- SUoetCough l yrupiaetee GIIOd see In time Sold by drugaletf CONSUMPTION 1 t J l eosveei LOCOMOTIVE BLASTS I eoeoeeeDose ee u Engines Nos 180i and 130D have been purchased frpm the Central of Georgian Rtby the contractors who are engaged in construction wbrk on the lIen dcrsou division between Earliug ton and Edgefield junotionEn itglueift to this place Sunday to have the boiler washed out j Frank F Gook of Inn RripQHs udformerly wifcti tfQ3g Four bits a Sfiril as machinist in the rOUlldllbtifiat Howell VT Mrs E W Bqnhanif Nish vilIehadthe misfortuneJtb fall over a rocking chair avWek agt Monday breaking her arni Mr and Mrs Bonham had intouQec to lea YOflln day or so fbr Pitts burg Pa which trip they are now obliged to postpone A ScotlttOd railroad is1 bxpar imbntiug with hydraulic buffers Edward DeJarnatt the lien dersou Division timekeeper lia sold his property in Howell laic will build a modern liomeneare Evansville on a plat known as tlColrlto77 Andrew BrunitiK forelnau of the paint department went to Hopkinsyille Monday to look after the conch fumigating ol the Bop insille Accommoda tion j A railroad accident vhicl was made horrible by the explosion of dynamite at Harrisburg Penna may 1 cost r the Penna R R a million v dollars t Charles Robinson foreman oi the cqacli work spent the day at Madison vi He Monday tin busi ness iJ George B Warner the as sassin of Pulaski Leeds ifprmer superintendent of machinery forI the L 1 C N after being con demned to die May 31st went insane and will now be sent to the insane asylum instead Of course Warner was not crazy when he shot Mr Leeds He must have gone crazy waiting so long for a verdict Bonham Texas was named after an uncle of passenger en gineer E W Bonham The Southern R R gave apiece of ground and 15000 for a RR Y MOA at Spencer N 0 Conductor Ed Heafer has been laying off several days this week taking a much needed rest Fireman H arry Withers went to Nashville Tenn Satur day afternoon to attepd the funeral of Fireman Sterett who was killed in the wreck near Victoria wines Saturday morning The funeral took place Sunday afternoon Brakeman Elmer Witherspobn has returned home from Render son where he has been switch ng in the yard for several days Engineer Jack Stokes of the work train visited home folks Sunday Engineer and Mrs Frank jianninipf Providence1 were in the city Saturday visiting rela ivies Conductor O uHleyvas in Charge of the wrecker from this ilace Saturday that wasengai2ed n clearing away the wreck it 7icto iamines i The nev extension over the 1 labamn Mineral Divihion of the L feN R Uwag opened for raflic fay28tlr This line will shorten the distance from Binn ngham to Anniston 18 miles Olera tor Cole who hits been unning the blockfieeat Sad ers Tennhas been promoted o agent at Cedar Hill vice Chas Schnider transferred t6 St Louis r diVIsion u v Chas B hnider wild luts for a- iumllor of Y IS benageut at ledar Hill Tennhas been iransferrqd to tie a g n ra Jtt Mti erndn Ind I t It 4t 4I 1 7 1 O rntt11lt8 been trans forred fronlk Adams station tt- Kell jJi V ThViht6peratoii at Kelly has been moved to the block pf flee atAdnmsy fGth Trainini QterEd WiB quite wiisy at the wrecli for tiie past fow days h A telegraph 6fiiq0 was clt in at the wreck near Victoria mines and ppenitoivSfnith Was put iu charge v iiM- ipispUtclier E Jil Orr is doing dou bleM j ty this week In addi tiqn toy runniufi Jrn nsOntlle northends he is K painting his hou pin lllc1ersoni No 51 left Earlington about bu time Sunday afternoon and left Guthrio two hours and thirty minutes late on account of break lug an Gcceutrie strap iii the loft side one v mile front Guthrie There were no freight engines nelirbr than Kellys and 51 lute to vuit for its jllie ninny friends of Supt Tno W Xogsdon will be glad to learn that he is considerably im prove and will in a short time be to go to his office- Trainmaster Sargeaut who has been off on an extended vacation is expected buck this week Asst Supt JDeveney was lucre Saturday on business for the company Dispatcher Griffin is looking eagerly forpird to vacation time Kentucky Feeder for Louisville Nash vllle A company has been formed in Kentucky J under the name of the Morganfield and Atlanta Rail road to build from Morganfield Ky to Providence where a con section will be made with the Louisville and Nashville Surveys are now in progress T B Young is president A WMason vicepresident and J K Walker secretary Capital is fixed at 50000 I AN AWFUL 1 SKIN DISEA- SEs s Neck and Cheeks Itched Day and Night Noth ing Did Me Any Good Was CfroVing Worse CURED BY CUTIGURA AT COST lOF4e5O Miss Nellie Vander Wiele of Lake- fJderli Y writing under date of 1904 saysiI do wish you would publish this letter in the news papers so that others suffering as1 have see It and bekelpedi 1 suffered formanymopthsiwithan awful skin disease softs covering my earn neck and cheeks Scabs form and would swell and itch day and night Then they would breal open and blood and matter run out I tried many different remedies but none of them did me any good I was growing worse when I the Cuticura Remedies The first application helped me and when I had two cakes of Cuticura Soap three boxes ofCpticuraOintment three bottles of Cuticura Resolvent I was completely cured TORTURING DISFIGURING Humours Eczemas Itchings and Chafings Cured by Cutlcura The agonizing itching and of the skin as in eczema the frightful scaling in the loss of hair and crusting of the s as in scalled the facial disfigure ment as in lesBrtd ringworm the hwfulsuffenugofiqfantsau anxietyof vworuout parents as in- milk tetter silt rheum all demand a retncc y of almost super oveWithOinjtment ami Pills are proven all doubt thfc tstir inojjy ofthe ivilizedwr1di I Cutkore8oe p Pilli ar told UirouRhoat v th wotlV 1otttr lruMiehent Corp Sole VioprlctoM voeton I Send rlS l UUIDOllrr Tl annual Ep worth League on- optlotlmeetsln iS fadl9oiiyiUe Jnnt i5V tt 25 PretJttwtiqnfi arja boiMg lbatIOUS that city to entertain tli Iglegato8jfoyallyrAbput one nun d oyor the are pxs 3ctei1A pl n llr tantipe llll- eb rndored- V r w J IxI r ti r Gravel I Rubber Paperl Don j1- w Us 1iby phone M v r t11 CrrtC t1 ji inrf- dielJ PVe y r + A arid SeW I 1hd EOA t Itj2i i ti + r JI r jCJ ii t wiltIO 1 r I YOtT i et f 1 Y We are thejargest dealers of 0 BuildingMateria1 1 1theCounty handca r n ref 8ave You Moneij it 1 RUBY t- li- w t i LtJiERI x I rl Dellmead Mock farm Adjoining City of Madisonville J F CORDON Propr V BF TODD live Stock Agen I This farm is the homo of the highly ntandardbred youngQsaddle and harness stallion enttJckv PeacockThis is far and l away the finest stallion ever brought to this county He is t now years old 10 hands high weighs 1200 pounds i light chestnut sorrel andat show any company As at8yearold he was entered in seven shows in and around J ex ingtou Ky and received six blue ties and one rec11fie willriI make the 1005 season nt his stable on this farm l- TERMS815toInsure a living colt or 12 payable when fact ii aieetfthiei of the maretraaste11edj or 9 6 single lervlee I r Mares kept on pasture at2per weel or grain fed lt3week A1l1 andi tdonebnuQxper and every pare taken toaavoid accident If is a of this farm to buy and sell all kinds of good grade horse mules and cattle If youhave good stock and desire to sel we altord you a cash market at nU times We keep on hand for sale at ill timesrfirst class horses mules and rattle and can furnish you at onable prices any character of unimal your needs require CASH PAID FOB HAY AND GRAIN Thoroughbred Cattle Coal t Bank Mules and Duroo Jersey Hogs are Visitors always welcome speoialtiesIf t iV f We More Fishing 0n aecoimt t fchu bass aiul pther Ilshnestinb Atliert+ vlll hti no uricro fishing in the halo until July n t apd 1I Is hgiehy fi tin vto 410 t ublloto tllis sired Avlplaftnliof theabove notteewill be lr clftci ST i1FRNARD MINihtt Got J Jolu UpNr1H fig rf8J t t Axtpdys t6 adnertlslt fnTlnt Bicx- Y c Y s y 1Yil j iiL I t c e a J L r SUBSORIBE TO TSI- BCumberland y e Telephone Telegraph Gos a Local and Long Distance Service Residence Phones low as 1140 a mouth Business Phones low as 200 a montji- Vd place you in cpmrntaaicatioi with 2000 000 people who tranaaot an oaormouB dailybnsineiisbytelepbonowhich i could not be otherwise done CAt LdlltfJAL For INFOMAT10Ni I 1 gIiEQWAnp u f c 3 IPEQ AfP EAR NASLrpNJir PT313QAT J I r 4i f TEST MADfi FOB GXiASSES J J I ph9 l1hcBJ11 t1J J RiopkinsvllloK- yFDie I i t s fjloircy aid T12rI forc Jldr nfcf8ur NilteIs f K fs r 11IJ r i 5- ir i 4 I Ij I THE BBS eA8UN6TOfifc KY un 5 II S T R A N G E t ADV C El fC tit G G Orn rives LI t personal nUentloii i obis great Humanltarlattcowtnict qt1 ur Almanac for ninny years past jve 1l1vegivelt 1I19un1 advice to thp e Juttgfi tliexii if they 1I1111ot receive any special benefit afttr the Use of One 75cciit size bottle of German S ntptoC1sutttbl1r doctor qwe did not ask or vtlielu to use a large ntambtar of bottles nsI i3 the i cthe in the AdycrtItng of j btllbrrcuicdlcs Our confldencfe Ia uumSyropinnk S it pOjSlbtc for i tol such advice qWc kiwwby the c l ncrichce of over 35 years that one 7Sccnt x Wttleof Gcnmw wilt speedily re lieve or cute flue worlcoug1tolds bronchial or lung evcnlnbad cases of consumption one bottle orGerlt1 t1Sntp work wonders qf cw ttirtl bottles 250 reg ular size 750 At alt druggists 41 For Sale by St Bernard truj Store iAIGREAT FIDDLERS CONTEST t Vili beHeld In The Ciiy of Louisville J nei4iISandU Odl JM Biggs of Glasgow Ky jiRS JoRsdd the Kew Masonic Temple Theater Louisville for threonights Jinio14tli luth and 16th and will hIt tho greatest old time fiddlers contest and fublleo on record there attbftttn3oaLarge cash prizes will bo Offered for tTp6 estplayors in troupes bands and BIgtO hand and there will be a jjraid parade each day through the streets of the city by hundreds of flddlers IceepiHt stop and time taps i on their fiddler aa they march A very low rato of otlo cent a mile on all railroads from points South the Ohio river will bo In effect for tho round tffp good for several days and all the great fiddlers within a hundred miles of the city Vmba there A part oftho net of tho Contest ocs to the Old Soldiers iTomo at iWeo Valley For this reason all newspapers and all Others should do all in their power to make It a success Tiio name and address of all fid dlers lit tho stato Is wanted For a supply of posters and full partloulars address J M BidGB Glasgow Ky If In a kind of bilious mood ft You wish an aid to digest food yo other pill Is half so good As DeWltts Little Early Risers The Famous Little Pills EARLY RISERS euro Constipation Sick Headache Biliousness otc They never gripe or f3l l onbut impart oary risIn energy Good for oith children or adults Bob Moore LaFayettpt md9says No use talking DcWitts Little Early Risers do their work All other Ihave used and make mhslck- D Witts L1tIo Early Rises brought the IQl1g sought relief They are pprfecl41 4uIdby St Bernard Drug Store a i Cure for Drinking Men There is but QUO sure cure for tho drPnklug disease or habit and that is the simplest of all The euro consists ineating fruits That will cure the worst case of Inebriety that ever afllioted a person It will on tlrialy destroy the taste for mtoxi ant and will make the drunkard return to the thoughts and tastes of his childhoodt when he loved the luxuries nature had provided for hiin when his appetite had not be come contalmh ted by false culti vated tastes and attendant false desires and Imaginary pleasures No person over saw a man Or woman wio liked frUlt and who had an ap- pttto for drink No person ever saW a man or woman with an ap petite far drink who Med fruit Tho two tastes are at deadly onmlty with each other rthorAls no rppni for botii Of them lathe same yhumab con tltutipn Ono will oer- tainiy destroy l26 other h ee1Impondingoom J firit1jld1oO abc boon to thankfulneps by taklQgjolJnciplout Brlglits dlsoasa Mid Ma b t8Jnndeven in the worst oases gJ es JrlofSllghtdi8 order are cured Chad diabetes In its vrcitet fprmf rJtes Marion Lee of Dunreatb mtfelieJgtlt physicians With out Only Urea pottles p- flesIr1dney O I irio ft a 4SJCL by Jrtdi X Tftylor JSQphJeiYerBo1 s birthjpiaco lini Ien sblcl auction forJfS12o Itia threendalisit fetory stone Uuild- T mFttp 80qtbvestc r vi SIcth pruoe strt 11iIlade1pbIa OAT XL DC yg I iorIit J I Ill I J t I ftite HIGHLY HONORED I C WI Merriweather CQlored Receives TJnUsual Recognition f t1cRhnesfBtorl Ci Wiilerriweatheri the taducah colpred mail who formerly published a papoi jidrQ has been offered the plfece of ihombpr ottlle udvispry board forthp Afro Amor Jcah Industrial Exposition company that will give all exposition next year at Now York The advisory board has cpm ploto charge ot the lair ztnd each member is glveti 1000 shares of stock in the exposition company to s ryo- atidpittl hja expenses Meadweatber has Avrlttdii his acc ptltUJo Of the- uthualIionor Hosa finpjyfedU catqd miiti and lias hosts o jfrienus ntn nlrthbWhlteJoplei Supt T9yIorof Hopkinsville i Schools j Resigns j4 ljrbf JB Taylor has td1 his oallQuttJ911MJJrpOijzitondontof the Jls lansvillp public stolipols to tHd Board of Trustees to iake effect at tho qlpslngof the present session next week The resignation conies as a complete surprise ftg Prpf Tay lor has boon superintendent there for tho past three years and had Klven general satisfaction and the schools had grown materially under his supervision Prof Taylor has hot yet annouucpd what ho will do but it is understOod that ho Juts another lucrative position in view He came there from Middlesbbro and has mado many friends since ho has been a resident of the city who regret to hear of his resignation Acute Rheumatism Deep tearing or wrenching pains occasioned by getting wet tlirougb worse whoa at rest or On first moVi Ing the limbs and in cold Or damp iBallards wrtpsFobtroubled with a pain In irty back Itgot so bad I could not bend over One bottle of Ballards Snow Liniment cured me 25c 60c 100 Sold by St Bernard Drug Store tWhat a LaughDoe- A physician says that there is not one remotest corner or little Inlet of the minute blood vessels Of the human body that does not feel some wavelet fro hi tho convulsions Occa sioned by good hearty laughter The life principle of the central nan is shaken to the innermost depths sending now tides otUCe and strength to the surface thus ma- terIally tending to insure good health to the persons who indulge therein The blood moves more rap idly and conveys a different Im pression to nil tho organs of the body as it visits them on the par ticular mystic Journey when the man Is laughing ffpm what Is done at other times For this reason eVery good hearty laugh iii which a person indulges tends to lengthen his life conveying as It dooM now and distinct stimulus to the vital forces London Standard The Salve That Penetrates DeWitts Hazel SalvO pen byItslug influences it subdues inflamma tion and cures Bolls Burns Outs Eczema Totter Ring Worm and all skin diseases A specific for blind protrudingPUesThe 9DoWIttCoSold by St Bernard Drug Store 1 Wouldnt Work We stiJppedlong enough recently to read a story like this A wife of a rich man fell in love with a gian not her husband She took the jew elry ho had given her and some pf hlsmoneYihobad given her and was eloping with the man prepared to lead an immoral life with Him The automobile which he was to carry her away wouldnt york ho got mad and MdIDnmn1t The woman refused to elope with a man who swore so she qlunbed out anU wont back ta her hubandAtohi son Kan Globe 1 T Childrens Favorite WhoopingOutighis ohtldren Javoilterhls iBbocftUeeit OiitalriB np is pprfectly harniloss tastes good and cures v Sold by St Bernard Drtig Store A suit has bQH1 brought against the Equitably Life Assurance so piety In Now York asdn that the ry5urj order the dirfioitorfr of the so JtrWdadr r s Hot Arl iihis great h aitb4ud pleasure rprf RdrtjB post reached the Iron Mountain Route Quiqkcist schedule and j olld tVftIflfPuljmrtti Bieopere chair ears etp from St Louis o- feinpbiS4aliy Now lSt p season to grmt tesor Low UI9lHaUdsnnlFor rat smap etn call on nearest Tick t Aht1orMdOss RL Q Mbtth- ews T AI RoQm SOI Norton BWKtLbulsvlll r It 1 1 1 t f n C r Jf f 1 I I TtrfbrUealth2228oJth ChICAGO 1LLiOct 7 1902 Eight months ago I was so ijl was ethpQllc4 to lion down nearly timcMy stomach was BO weak and upset thaU could keep nothing on and I vomltcdfrcqu ntly 1 could ur great pain and I IcQuabc sp much that throat lung were raw andsorp doctors pro- nOunced1it disease consuuptionIt they called It and I had node sire to live A iuter viHil d ine front St Louis and asked inc if I had over tried Wino of Cartful I told her I had nal nne1 sh6 r bought a bpttlo I bclievo that ihav my life I belovetnahy women cduld save much suffer lug if they but knew of its value JDont you want freq lom from pain Take Wine of Cardiri and juako one supreme effort to bo well You do not need to by a weak helpless sufferor You can have a womans health and doawomanV work in life Why not secure a bottlof Wino of Cardui from your druggist today WINECARD I 4- A Force Waster Debt Ja great force waster be cause Very few men or women can bolieavily in debt without worrying or being anxious It you are deeply involved Chat it is impossible to ox tricato without going through bankruptcy then lake your bitter medicine at once and start again no matter who criticises or denounces youu Pay your debt in full afterward when you are able Get rid Q all Vitality sappers If yotj have taken an unfortunate stop retrace it if you can If you have mado a mistake remedy it as far as it is In your power to do so but when you have douo your best lot the thing drop forever Do not drag Its skeleton along with you Never allow what is dead and should be burlpd to keep bobbing up and drain lug ofT your life capital in worry br vain regrets Triumphs of Modern Surgery thehumanaro taken out and scrap d and polished amid put back or they may removed entirely bones j pipes take tho place of diseased see tions of veins antiseptic dressings aro applied to rounds bruises and like injuries before in flammation sets in which causes them to heal without maturation requiredbyIains Pain Balm acts on this same principle It is an antiseptic and when applied to such injuries causes thorn to heal very quickly It also allays the pain and soreness Keep a bottle of Pain Balm in your home and it will save you time and money not to mention the incon venience and suffering which such injuries entail DrugStoreEarUlGap jJno LTaylor EarlingtOn An official report on desertions in the American navy says that of an enlisted force of 80068 men only 107 per cent deserted OnitI 107 per cent seems rather large A German court has decided that poker should not be ranked among the gambling games Perhaps the judge had played a game Once with some American and discovered that he hadnt any chance Wm Griffin of POseville Ind says he is afraid his wife who is a practicing surgeon will chlprofprm him and perform a surgical opera tion upon Win and therefore asks foradivorqe Maybe he is afraid his pOcketbook will be taken away from him But they generally do that without chloroform The bosbaidyoucan givea man frpm a moral sandpolrit is a tangi ble helping hand Almost the worst oviryouT5anriohlm1 IsM talk about the errors of his lifetho wrongs hp has probably coimnitted Und thus crush every hope within him by increasing evil reports ThiS niay sound likp simple talk but it- t gospel truth V v Double Daily Service to Mexico Over 10 hpurs savad froin St Lou is tQ Gltyvpf Mexico via the shorteBt and quickest lino the Iron Mountain Bantu and eonneotlng lhn s L Toxarkana Longview San and Laredo Through Pullman sleeperS from Bt Louis 2 521 pv inv nl1U8 20p m IIly El Dinner Our service Now Is the Reason tqylsit enohantlng Mexi cb Hboral stop over- pr1iieges For infOrmatlOii rates literature see nearest Ticket eent or address KV T G M Uj ws T P A Irori Mountain ulsvitkeKOtittlcky I- r 4- fj u 1 Give Out Sunshific What a satisfaction it is to go through life radiating sunshine and hope instead of despair encourage meat instead of discouragement and to feel conscious tliAt even the newsboy Or the bootblack the car conductor the office boy the eleva tor boy or anybody else with whom one cornoslu contact gets a little dashJtssunshine It ots nothing when you buy a paper oln boy or got your shoos shined orpass lute an elevator or give your faro to a conductor to given smile with it4 to make thosd people feel that you have a warm heHrt ftrtd 00aV1I1- Such salutions will monnmoro to us than many of the so called great things It is tho small change of Ute Give it put freely The more you give the richer you will grow orison Swett Marden in Success Magazine I- lVlcnlhd Ladies Smoked In A copy of the Old Farmers Al manac printed about 1806 we find the following article on the proven troll and extinction or mosII Nov ler read in bed by candlelight espec- Ially if your bed bo surrounded by curtains Strictly forbid the use of cigars in your family at all times but especially after night There is good reason to suppose a house was lately set on fire by a half consumed cigar which a woman suddenly threw away to prevent being detect ed In the unhealthy and offensive practice of smoking l Hppkinsville Ky June 7 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear SirI suffered 10 with severe kidney and bladder troubles and at was unable to work I was advised to try your Texas Won der and after using onefourth of One bottle I passed a large gravel slncpzisslughave recommended it to many oth era who reported themselves cured I most heartily recommend it to all sufferers from kidney or bladder diseases SAiL DEAN i A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troub les removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame Irregularjtles regulatesblnddersold your druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt or 1 One small bottle is two months treatment and sokloms falls to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 box 029 St Louis Mo Send for druggistsThis DrugStoreTrouble in State College The action of the faculty Of State College of Lexington Ky usus pending Karl L Dietrich of Hop klnsvllle Ky for alleged offense committed against certain members of the faculty in the paper to be road by him on commencement day has resulted in immediate action by the members of the senior class and at a meeting this morning resolu tions were adopted in which the members of the class refused to take part In any exercises on class day or commeucemetit day unless the faa ulty met this afteruQon and rescind ed their actions of yesterday College circles have been stirred as never before over this action or the faculty and young Dietrich con suIted an attorney and unless the faculty decide to let him have his diploma On comment day the caso wlll be carried to the courts in which an effort will be made to com pal the faculty to issue the diploma to himtit That Tired Feeling If you are languid depressed and incapable for work It Indicates that your liver Is outof order Herbm will assist nature to throw Off head aches rheumatism and ailments akin to nervousness and restore the energies and vitality of sound and orIect health J J Htibbard- romplo Texas writes March 22 1902 UI have used Horblne for the pasttwo years It has done me more than all the doctors When I feel bad and have that tired feeling I take a dose of Herbiiie It lathe best medicine ever made for chills and fever 60ots a bottle Sold by St Bernard Drue Store lA levelheaded pxohange says Lon thIs pno thing learn it early In liferand learn It well that the man wliO dos pot belleveas you do fMtthntyypUr Neighbor is not proof positive ilUt YdUPare ri h tftldhocfs wrong nor is1 it any evidence that your neighbor is insincere If this were inpt true then all V8mart inen fvpuld belong to one party and all ItOQct men to 0n0 church And if they all ibblpnged to bile parity and one ph urch theyd break up both party and bhurdh1 bO1 Know What You are Taking When you take Groves Tasteles Chili Ponlo because ormula is loShOWrn ntne in a tasteless form No pure jio pavoc J- j 2 ALLSways restores color to gray hair all the dark rich color it ucd If have The hair stops falling grows tong and heavy and all disappears An elegant dressin stltf VSr5SlV j i NEBO NOTES There si1S no preaching t the C P Church Sunday on account d4the absence of the pastor who isittending the General Assembly at Fresnoj Gala i Aunt Sis Mitchell oftbe Island vicinity Is visiting friends and rela tives here John VYBone patd this PlaCOa Hying visit last week HeyO 8 ac companiedbhjs cousin froitr St Louis Uncle TaylprWinstead has both Blcc forsomefchiie and Is fctiii very weak r4Miss Ernia 1Iili MHI Miss Suio- leytop visitedfriends and tntiYeSi at Mortons Gap Saturday day Mr Wlff nnlvJfe who have been visiting QUI yorthy postmaster re turned to their homo in Mti Vernon Ind Thursday- A young man in our town wants a situation who o the work is light and the pay goOd with the privilege ot a holiday twice each Week He has ho bad habits smokes and chews takes an occasional drihk and sometimes plays cards Minos Cox ot Birmingham t came Saturday to visit bis parents He is one of our Itfebo boys and has a host of friends here who are proud of bis success George M Sights was called to see his brother at Cairo Ky He left Thursday but arrived too late to see his brother alive He return ad home Saturday v Mr William McCprnilo who has been confined to his room with a complication of diseases is no better His condition is considered criticalJohn F Hill and wife of Mortons Gnp came down Thursday t9 visit Mrs Hills parents returning home Saturday evening Mr Thomas Niswougerj who has been suffering for several years with neuralgia is nearly totally blind He has the sympathy of alt his friends in his affliction Mr J T Robards who Las been in the employe of the Rosa Creek Coal Company has resigned his position as head clerk and gone to buying tobacco having disposed of his last years purchase vJJ P Hill B A Harris Bobert Payne B S Hill and Miss Sallie Peyton went to the show Saturday Ga A Eudaley wont to Providence to the show Friday John Salmon anti family ofIlsley came Saturday on a visit to Mrs Salmons parents Mrs Fannie Currle of Owensboro is visiting her parents H B C0xbought the house and lot bellnging to John F Jones Con siderations 1600 A J T Bobards has rentedthacot tage of Mrs Goldle STickers and will move there this week Mr George Eudaley has rented his vacant house and lot to Mr ISIMonNotwithstanding sOt Of our people pry dead town there isnot a vacant house in Nebo We lave heardYit more than whispered that instead ta blind tiger we have a tiger In Nebp with two good eyesSAsthma Sufferers Should KnoW This Foleys Honey and Tar has cured many oases asthma thafr wore considered hopeless Mrs Adolph Buesing 701 Vest Third St Davenport Iowa writes A severe cold contracted twelve years ago waE neglected until it finally grew into asthma The best medical skill available could not give me more FoleysUuneyandand one fifty cent bottle entirely cured me of asthma which had been growing Oil me for twelVeiyears and if I had taken it at the start I would have been saved years of suffering Sold byJnx Taylor A confidential clerk in George Goulds pfflce the other day broke IHS reserve 1n1einn Impulse to part with this storyv A man with a silk hat and oily smile tried to get l n sonal interview with him uou cant sfie IrGoI11dijuld the clerk I would advlgo you to wrlto a let ter and asl i for an appofntment That is tho best youicun do This letter was duly received My Dear JJr Gould Pleaso meet mo Il1dFortfilio do luxe Shakegpeare1 would soil to you on Installments Jo Lure a Cold Iri One Day t Take Laxative Bromo rablpts All druggists refund the- irouoy l It falls tn cure T3V W 3roves signature ison eaoKboXi 25p f 1 r 4 VEGETABLE scg1h1Ar flairRenewer r THE PdOE FARMER jToO poor to take a paper Toopoor to Join the grange So when the pricewas rising fJ Ho did hot know time chauf i And sold his wheat for a doilar tTas worth a quarter more i And now thp man is poorer Than be had been before y His neighbor Lookout told him Tins side of the market town t Ho should have coma in sooner While groqeries were down But then perhaps tie oven Since corn Is on the rise waitingWill Corn rls rg1iWI1ylSd it 1 i Thd chap who Dto ht mywhQahi Saul this years corn was plenty J But mine was hard to beat Soho paid me throe shillings What everywhere tis four2 The difference would give me A hundred dollars or more i He drew his riInut started si With spirits sadly down And did a heap of thinking Before he reached the town The upshotof the matter J You easily may guess This year ho takes two papers And couldnt do with less l Have You a Coughts A dose of Ballards Horehoundij Syrup will relieve it e yotiij cold A dose of Herbln at bed time i HQrehoundwbooptngcoughfor bronchitis Mrs JoeMcGrJtli 827 E let streetHutc lnson Kan writes ltj have used Ballard ri6Yenrsandmost palatable medicine X ever us ed1t 2 b60o 100 f Sold by St Bernard Drug Store a Three diamonds cut from tile world famous Excelsion1 stonet anfci valued in the aggregate at 00000 have disappeared from the shop of Tlfiany Co in New YorklJ i company believe that they were stolen by somebody in their employ y I Over 1000 Japanese laborers on the Pioneer plantation on the island of Maui S I have gone on a strike for increased wages There are in dications that the strike will spread A splendid fleet of sailing yacht swept across a starting line at Sandy Hook lightship and headed out tol the broad Atlantic ocean on a raciail of 8000 miles to the English coast for a 5000 CUP Offered by Emp rdr William of Germany j Three Physicians Treated Him With J 5out Success v W L Yancy Paducah Ky wrifc kidneyldiseaseclans in Kentucky treated me with PoleyKidneyimmediate relief and three bottle toured mepermanent1y I gladi remedytIiForliugton A Kansas City boy used a ma chine and stretched his height two inches in order to net into the Annapolis Naval Academy Kansas City is a great place for stretchings things ti William J Bryan announces thafcjv he will make a tour of the world fbrff the study of municipal ownership and railroadproblcms His daugh ter is in poor health and wlthothir1 members of his family will accoml pany him j 1 StomnchandLierfTablets you appetite feellulltft5teating and wake up a tast In your mouth They will irnprovil iaterelish for your food i This remedy Is for sale by St Bernard Drug Store Earllrtgton B JaciTaylor Ci Young Men Wanted How would you like to secure a commission as an officer mi tier Unolo Sam If you are between the ages of 17 alid Up years J SOSS the necessftry common school education are eanpassthetipn Qoud ma four one cent stamps to payS postage ahd iwill mail yet a personal Iqttpi literature etc tJut tell you of the qualifications re- quLred for positionsleading to promotions of high rankas an blllcer in our army or navy I1L1V PHILLIPS LOUISVILLE KY Ja s a 2 5 rg 1 I- u THE BEE EARLIN TON KY rj41 v Rheumatism Cured free 1After years experimenting we have formulated a paste whicha to Of the bor sutterinlr from rho persistentIanswer thlisannouncemeut wo will send you by pivpald 11 boxIF of ttih woudeiful oil 8t1that is asked nt retprnlitbo priviItge lfcrrlng to you whon eui d in correspoudlni with prospective custoinors in your locality I No Tcsiimonials Solicited No Names Published AH that is required is your game address full particulars ro gartling your case accompanied by this oarr I I ASSOCIATED DRUG STOREISEar- litiKton nee LOUISVILLE KY I snJ wlzi r 10 Weave Hired Uncleli tyvH nlIi Atsoalo nttoSHOWttndSEtTour K J Roods turn an investment through h 111 w thlls IS better than a Gotcrn nitnt loot This is n sjjecial offering of hens It f Spring and J 0 Suits atep 15 ri They are black rhibcts for dress i wear and fancy Cassimcrca niul j Worsteds in and dark i t attcnls for business wear rtt ateGUARANrlUDAIIrWOOInnd Ullfle in thotDlghly uptodate What we ou to Is to writetji and ask for samples and measure Manlcs saying you Saw THIS ad in THIS paper is the and oldest nouse In our bui1dhtlfINGS for men aud boys SHOES for every we- allgoods PAY EXPRESS on 5 worth send SUBJECT TO APPROVAL U lines on request IptuehearfromyoUf- ly LEVYSaryj Third andMarl- SetLOUISVILLE Ii Send Us Your Name and ONE DOLLAR and we will send you theAVEEKLY BEE ONE YEAR THE BEE is the best news paper published in the best town in West ern Kentucky f TRY IT AND SEE r 1Blacksmithing AND WOODWORK IAtERNEST NEWTON Earlington Ky t+++++r tr t+++++sitrkrk ++++ jtrjtrkr4 r +r- To the Public I 1s I have sold my tin shop to iFarnsworth Rootz and will + in future engage in General Re r 4 pair Work House and Sign iPainting at my old stand next tto bridge on Main street t+ t + Seem painter fir South tard for prices on work Esti mates furnished free Call and 4ct see me Yoursfor trade i i mo W Twman i7 fT444i4i4Y 3li i L iyaye y4 40 I Get the HabitcOc Of coming to The I Bee Printeay for 1lrintingq rr Tales Told By the J r Thepisi r + zj P AULA EDWARDES tutljrjght particular stet qf ouzo Winnie tells u story lllliistrnt ing tllp itcnnreil anent tie rtso of ilk genus widow 1 was sitting on the veinndujbC a summer hotel says Miss Eflwimleg when I observe a little bqr wHose mother was close by chatting ylth a 1otingltlitiht lilltS your 1 auicVL the child young iiitin toll t II utmIed3No Wits the reply Tho little fellow paused l moment nud turning to his in other In ArrA EDWAIIDES quired Mamma f what clsei Old you tell me tons him V t1According to the ever voracioi lr nrcss ngonr nixie Edwardes recently reqlv ed the following which was evl Ueutly the work of some very polite lunatic ld Dear Miss Edwrfrao Knovjn iy6U to be Interested in anything lx lfnthcntrlcrxl entertainment I should Ilkdto- make an appointment to shovrjttu my httpotylsnbpholdcan stand on nil sovon of his hamla and whistle Home Sweet Home through his teeth I have also two young mcasU microbes who do a sister net tuh17nrnm ily of diphtheria bacilli the yoiinjjijst of which can tuck his limbs under his pccli performnnce Inches square Kindly let mo know when and wherg you will see me Jor I fouringonce at a provincial hotel during tho early part of his tour Weary from rlrhourwiches and fruit which had been placed on a table in his bedroom In the dead of night he was awakened by what seemed to be the sound of n bn lug pushed among the glass and cutlery on his small supper table Seeing nothing In the dim night the musician returned to his slumbers In the morning Sousa found that the was with black footmarks They were on the floor the table the toilet stand ami the chairs=most par ticularly the chair upon which Sonsa had put his underwear And its allover the plato said the man who brought the no water Moreover the sandwiches had en tirely disappeared and so had the fruit Sonsa helped the man In his search about the room for what they expected would turn out to riskedXYTLe him them letter plate room soiled rlntlrnntlitlong before the mu slclan discovered that the footmarks seemed to have wine froth and disap peered to alto great old fashioned chins I uey corner Hos up that chimney but he wont be when we have Imrnctllll1Pcr at this end of It ca Sousn and the Smoke from the flaring torch soon had the desired effect A large baboon soot1desceatlcdquite Quietly by tho window while Sou sa and the man retreated Into an adjoining apartment locking the floor behind them the baboon It turned out lrc1ifthemaking hls way In the direction of u disused bit br rpund at the side of the hotel x gpugit says that he Is going to let n long itlhiu go hy before he rends again thd tttfe of his country man Edgar Al rUt Murders In the tile- Morguelr 1 A story Is told 61 the late William E Gladstone and the eminent English actor John Hare who has met with such flattering receptions when visit Ing the United States tiT Hare says that the great British statesman paid him the finest compliment ho aver received lIe has won fame by his clever- Impcrsonatlons ot old men and takes such a part In A Pair ofSpectaclcs- which Mr Glad stone was very fond of seeing Some times says the Saturday Evening Post tho premier of England would go behind the scenes JOHX HAHE to chat invuue wiui theyactor The really old man anti made up old mun would sit there anti talk In the nost delightful way for an hour after the show v f One day tho Earl of JRpsobcry hind Mr Gladstone to dUmor iiiid he also Invited his friend John Mare The actor tamo in smooth shaved looking tb6uttlif vfive He was presented to tPlnistcFlIQolhls f mntkpd My dear sir I am vcryyvery glad veryarrrymliilVJ Y i IttdiJtii whole for the earl iiiMnHqiio t teonvfeichim that n ii 1l1fhllIlltlwlf ht rft 1 I fur t- rj yt1 J t p th olntor Tuiiiiui In ThB Virgin Irn iJ Iho ovvnur oV all lJr1mUo lroK iujeit U IaIteison In r jul nfl is Sir Ciknijiuiiu was slt Ling in ihfflb i 91 + e1itA1rllcrt IIP wit taVLyg v + i I clgPIhlfij IMIJ1ilrattt4 HI tiit VVS u illthing bat lljtOtlln tintof ties hotel thljBnrtjVuaxi tnthl the ntliUigV My firtulle oelyui ticftrly Thieved to death Juit fightfbyifnHndIo bull log l Too hnl tallCttiiikeita Its lisHqne fOvpftople to ownflerco dog and thoU to run nt InrgW continued the stranger Ought to be a law against it do piniod the actor Just the prop erty man the company Campeau WitS with hinged lute the hotel wild wit h excitement called out the actor Tigo has chewed up mother atul the owner hM hilti Mr Musp imass C nEW sot njnsted1 Ir Musson was a fellow jrtomher of CituinejmV company and had taken Tlge out for an airing Cflmpeau looked at the stranger who was rapidly losing his attitude of friendly Interest then grasping the property man by the shoulder hurried him from the hotel Where Is ilus son demanded fcampcau hi jallnnsworeti the property man WhfUo Is Tlgo1 At tW theater I lugged him there by IhrJo ear i Lets to the jullshlll Campeau In a trembling voice Tall brewed to bo police headquarters whofco the ease waa being tried before t11101l magistrate CampcaU and the property luau arrived just In tune to henjt1 Mussoii pjead guilty and see the niaglstrftte l 1ill1n flue of R5 Musson paid thefine nmitlie party the plaTe leftI What did you plead guilty Campeau JIusson as they walked back toward the hotel Nothing else to do You wore guilty all right and as your understudy 1 played the part as near like you as t could said Musson Five dollars please Heres the 5 said Carnpeau and Ill tell you abltot news Tlge goes Ijomo tonight Channcey Olcott who Is nearing the close of nn unusually successful tour of the country In Terence Is quoted assaying When I was In Cork last I got acquainted with one of those really good story tellers who have helped make Ireland famous Some Incident came Hllhi the local courts which brought out the following II Ah It Isnt always the 1arnln that counts a man If tho brains arc In Linn theyll work without traluln thought maybe a little touchin1 up doesnt hurt II Now tier was me ould Tom Sullivan who moo piles Iv money on horse deal In in Oorkft I own town 1I1tj then of and to pug go asked in frlud tell his owncquldnt CJIATOCEV otcorx JI name lf he saw It In a- 1vritln well I mhul the dzly Aarvy brought etc larvcy SergenntI Toni forbelu drunk and the jnibllc streets as they say Now Darcy was a bltpf a hog Latin scholar ands thliikln to flustrate Tom he put the case this way Pete Garvey In hoc slguuni stnggertim your worshlppum Tom looked bothered for a mlnlt and scratched his poll Then with one of thim sudden jerks of Jits he pointed ito Garvey and thundered out without a bit of hesitation 4 ruhoc flnuni boblsslmum peeler uui mill 3cclarehoiiad 16 explain to thin reporter fellows who write books cycry day that GnrveywaVflned a bob or n shlllin If yo like for belt drunk and disorderly Oh Its the brains not theTarnlu that counts t I live always ShltInsqlll Sarah fcernhardt the famous actress when ensued to give a brief account of an ordinary tiny in her life I drive hi n cloyed carriage to the theater Enthtis1 nsiii keeps me alive and well The faa ifgue of the theater delights Instead of Weakening me I go to bed at 3 iii Ihcmornlng and get up at D oclock t Jny for twelve hours In the theater VTitliout the fresh air oy the daylight AtJBelle sIc In the summer I ont con tiiuially in the open air for even when I am in the liouso the windows arc wide open No actress has ever had more jokes made utlle1 ex pease thajl they di vine Sarah had In her younger days when fiho wits pain full thin anti slem Uer Dumas the SAI1A111IERYIiAMDTyetillgel wily once r picture of Ui ergreat actress painted by M Clarln lui the picture a dog was lylhg at Mue Bernhavdfs feet Ah Iseetnaia M DuUlusIn picture of a dog told abonc innuotheroccasionA- Larislan paper toljtl a story oc how MmeBprnhardt was attacked by role- befit but escaped by hiding herself hoJilnfl her parasolf1Once the actress rehearsfhg a aloof in i Inrl3 thejx teJhtnjShe was suddenly called off manageurningseeing Mme Benihardt looked thought fultyjll the floorof tine stage for a few Re onds and then said sadly Ah POOV lIol She nuist liJiyo slipped tlirough the our18j I r1 t f r Y a i u 10 V- tfL r ITS CERTAINLY HpH TIME To prepare for tho sultry days that are shortly in storO for you Wovo boon months preparing for thorn that you might tho moro readily bo suitod and served xHIQH ART OLOTHIHG cool ia character elegant in tla serviceable in wear and positively inoxpon ivo in price when compared with other maltosis oar drawing card Eijory g trnient is of our own creation and every cent you put in thorn is rotnrnod to you in full inoasuro in the satisfaction and uprvlco given Ucn4 SulhV OflO to 2SOO- Yaulba Stilt t 500 to 1800 Boys suits SJOO to 900 Mens A Young Mo1spleceSults400to 1060 While wo practically confine tho sale AT RETAIL ofHIGH AT CLOTHING to ourselves in this torritoryj wo also act as territorial and local disbursing agents AT RETAIL for tho best makes of Panama and Straw hate tho best makes of summer lightweight Work and Dress Shoes and all that is cool in Soft Shirts Wash Vests Neckwear Underwear and Hosiery BEAR THIS FACT IN MIND we give the same care and attention to tho workingmatta vicar as we do to that of the Capitalist and or all is to lo had at factory prices On all amounts of 500 or morO out of the city we prepay express charges IT IS MONEY IN YOUR P9E3E TO TRADE HEEE r CVANSWILLC SflGJffIL IIAIANA c IM i StGIlt STREETS rJsJSt 1 Coal w 1 J co Mined in Hopkins County Kentucky the largest coat producing county nljio Stnto This Jam pony operatos i t r Eight Large Mines and produces about onesixth of till the coal mined ItPIIn alt Kentucky tlc s e W 1 tiBest Coal for Steam fi f and Domestic Purposes S 3 St Bernard No9 Coal bas come id uorececiiizetlt- hrough years satisfactory use as theetntnJard grade both for steam and domestic purpo8i8rin the large territory reached by OUtJj I t Vu other point In favor of our coal is the fact titUhave established an uhlmpouqlwbio record v 1 j Prompt Service thj Year Around v Our mines ate operated niore days t it theyenr J jaiiy mines In Kflntucky and sIth ati enor 1 I1116U9 output at command wo are able tn giw th autl most satisfactory siiry ltd S l vrl4 J4955 5tBrl1at COkel t Is also a superior fuel and is extenslveiy ti edlu brfse burners and heating furnaces for resldeucfrt or any other building that needs to be hunted said takes the place perfectly of high priced nntlira lnahttfaotoriesaswellan If your dealer does not handle our coal and cokq write to us STBERNARDMININGCO INCORPORATED r I Home Offices Earllnjgtonf Ky Mines on Louisville Nashville and Illinois Central Railroads CIRCUIT coir ADJOURNSI fj andStVcral1Old i The Mil tepin Iif Sppluns Qbunty Oivcuit Ctlurt came ton IV1aUt1lit cal nbiCitya tikJ UtleG1rduliI- the dpcket lens beenyprabtically cleared except jn cases whore f both parties agreeclltfoIJcQnl1n- uolce Only live cfinviotious verb iiUule at the ter rnjl18ll1 closed Th0y werorN Jokn Norwatherlhe years for nfaiicions lvouutlillpt t Robert Mitch611 one years majcioua Btrikiiig Fran 0svojii tau yen r for banding to iiitimidRt r AVax Fryer fivC3y ear formnrc1Orw JefF jyiorgau fourx eeU yiSfK18 fpr Murder i vvf v f f L jI l r J rJ t MFt CALVIN J MA TIN Recently flrcted salt Installed Cifilntni Colt nfallpc ul St Bernard Cgmmandcry NQ 29 InlJhtsTe 11p ar I t OAIJIORXABears the me KI dYGII Bate Alwa6- Qi ziatpre oj r Y t t I I it u 6j f r Ie tr t ITRS BEB EARLXN GT0N KY 71 r L I IYOu Are Eligible to Attend The Annapolts of West Point Military SchoolI If you are an unmarried American boy between the ages of 17 and 28of good habits and can pass she necessary physical examination have a knowledge of read writ ing arithmetic Englisn grammar geography and history of tho United most schools the govornment allows you about 500 a year to defrayall expenses You receive a tho ouAb military and aca demic education and graduation may resign or commission as lieutenantacceptfwith the regular service Further particulars for Jour one cent stamps by addressing H W PHILLIPS Louisville Ky r ast+ r 4t tr Tr ttSr tr r Tr tt ++ trrTrIrrtt + ttT + r iK J iNOW READY ram U f 4 OUR 1906 LINE O- FCALCNOARS vi I Q 4omesticdiangt r s terg and card board Calendars iti unqxcelletl cplprs aP i yr + if cpries4fto- m + PI U J er= r t ested drag us a pc stat cards and our business man talter wilt caJUn you + t i E TIII BEE9SM- 6 it EARLINGrON1Y +++ + l t44kM4rf COLORED COLUMN II I EIHTKD MV J H aQUQir al Rev Keeton roturned from Prin- Ceton Ky where hq attended the Sunday School Convention On account of tho closing of Atkinson cOllego commenohlK sunday HU which time tho annual sermon will be preached by Dr AJ Warner the opening of the auditorium has been postponed until the 3rd Sunday In Juno Rev Keeton will preach the opening sermon At 3 pm and his choir will have charge of the singing service The public Is asked tocome out and helpVe earnestly ask every person to give as much as 100 each jit this open ingQuite a number of the K of Pa of Earlingtoh attended the annual services of the 19t Ps of Mad Honvllle Sunday The pews tare being put In tite audlterfura of the Zion church this week Mr W M Killebrow Miss May Martin Mesdames Sabra Duncan Huldah Hargraves and HardIn returned from Princeton Ky Monday from attending the Sunday School Convention They reported a rand time Little Marie Guilders entortalaod a number of lIttlo folks Mojidaj evening in honor of little Eat dIa Garrott of St Charles Those presort were Bessie Winters Pauline Gar ett Julia Morton Ora and Dora Lee and Estella Garrett Oreaiii at o candies and nuts were served to me little onus by Mr and Mrs Lee Guilders Cpmaumionat rttZlon Baptist church Sunday The members all are asked to come out I Mt Zion Baptist singing choir has purchased spt of now singing books Mrs L B Cavanaugh left last week tot visit tho closing of the pub lic school in QweaBboro IryfbWJlVbo the rnest of her friend Mrs Emma Ojr ton who has a position hi the school Mr Henry Ray has opened up an ice cream parlor and restaurant near his dwelling house i Little Carrie Duhlap is reported as havfngtlioBlUalpox The school grounds were covered with school children Monday to get 1be repprts Some were made hap yotherssad In spite of having to walk to the circus Saturday morning on account of the wreck between Madlsonvlllo and arU gt several of the wom eHj as well as themenwent to see- Mis le l1 nt 1il1 koI4Ps apnualservice WIll j t fr rLI- Il F be held theynd Sunday in June Mrs Ulggins Is stillon tho sick list Mrs Jane Goliurh Is oil tho Hick list and has Leon for two weeks Mr Albert DavlsoiV Ison Cho sick list Mr Will Reed Is not improving any Mr Andirow WilHersoa got kicked by a mule near No9 tip and was very badly Injured Messrs Wonzo Walker and Goo Edormpndson wore called to Sebree Saturday to play a match game of ball returning home Monday re porting much success and a pleasant trip HECLA JfEWSCOIOEED Wo are very sorry to learn that ho editor dfii not receive our last weeks news They were very in terestingOur school Is better now than It per has been in Hecla yet Quito a number of girls and boys wont down to take a view at the wreck last Sunday Mrs Carrie Suggs anti sister Mrs Millie Isabel were in Madlsonvlllo Saturday Mrs Boll Winters anU children of Oakland has boon visiting Mrs Fatinle Trlse for the Lust past week ReJHouhlas was iu Mad4son vllle last Saturday Mr anti Mrs Toni Jones of Barn Slay ware lore Sunday visiting Mr and Mrs Louis Thomas Miss Lizzie VurtrosB was the guest of Miss Sallie IsnbelSunda- yIrlh r tOl Eafves of Norton Vllie was down Sunday to see his children Messrs Sam Eaves Perry Grady and Joe Eves attended the show in M dfsonvnleSaturday Mrs Cynthia Giaddish who has been very sick la Improving slowly- Thrown v Prom a Wagon Mr George K Babcock was thrown from his wagon and severe ly bruised He applied Chamber lains Pain Balm freely and says It ustdMrBabcoekisawell 61 NQr hPJnlh Conn There is nothing equal to Pain Balm for sprains and bruises Itwill effect a cure in onethird the time required treatment ludJJruJfStOJEfMprtons President Roosevelt has neon re- questedto take cognizance of the situation that has been brought about by the Equitable li fe Assur ance society trouble and to Institute a national investigation oft the in urance builneM M it II now con ducteda1 I t t 0- s ia yr 4 1 i I 1ii yt I 7 Jr R u WHITELAW REIDS CAREER OuccpsNOi1 oS diicetih Choilo Imminent an Editor tuul Jt1JJjimt 1ylitelaivlltdd Uu mu ce sot of Jo well II ChoiUu nsfainbasfluOof to Eiig laud lias held nuiiiy i5o3a of honor but perljaps none that Las given him BO n uch Inlldonce as his position iis editor and eLIef owner of Ute sew York Trlbuite He recently realgifed bis editorial and managerial duties In order to devote ids whole time tohls work usa dl lorutlt Mr Held succeed ed Borate Greeleyas editor pf the Tribune ln 1872 He lend for four years previous boon a member of the editorial staff In the thirtyfour years that he of the Tribune he was honoredwitbf n nomination for vlcb president with appointment as minister to Prance as special ambassador at Queen Victorias jublldc and King Edwards coronation and as a member of the peace commission which nQgotlatwl tho treaty of Paris between Spain and the United States In 1808 Sir Held wits born at Xcula 0 lu 1837 educafcd at Miami university and gamed his first reputation as a war correspondent during the civil walrH married In 1S81 a dnnghter of the MummlllldilalroD Q Mills Ills town aiid country homes arc uota w WJIITEIiAW BKII bio for the richness and elegance of their furnishings but In his youth Mr Reid was not accustomed to luxury His parents were plain people who settled in Ohio In 182G and his father cleared tho forest land and with his own hands erected the family home In describing how Mr Held got through college his mother once said When AVhltelaw went to college he had a hard tithe to get along One day I packed up a crock of butter a loaf of breads a sack of meal and later n boiled Jinni J wrote to him to get some buttermilk anti mlxjt with the meal and make some cakes He wrote me back It was the best meal he had eaten for a long Unc He has greatly honored me mid 1 often say ns Davln did to Saul What have I done that I should be thus honored l THE RUSSIAN PEASANTS I They Arc Poor anil Ifcnarnnt lint In duKtrlotiK and Cheerful The peasant class In Russia constitutes a large proportion of the whole population of tho empire and the peas ants In general arc very poor and I nuSSIAN PEAdAXT OTBIi HT HpIiIDAY COS TUM15 steeped In Ignorance The emancipa tlon of 180305 gave freedom to 220001 000 peasants or serfs who 1801 were governed exclusively by their owners and enjoyed exceedingly emancIpation has not been succeeded by other meas ures needed to cnableTHhe peasantry to make satisfactory pro Tess Inln dustry QWl1clshlpot land t null attain ment pf inteli1 nee 4 In conseqUencp of the existence of serfdom very few efforts were niade 1 to educate the masses In Russia prior to the reign of Alexander II the czar who emancipated the serfs Fourfifths of the population of Russia subsist by bus ql1ll1yThc melhods of farming are generally primitive and the most of the peasantry live In communes and go out to till lands that are not their Individual possessions lut ua owned thepreductbelong Individual Qwne hlpofJa11l1 Is In- creasingamwover nmphg tho peafallits Tliouglt hpy iavv ninth f intiil to- enIfs Vilthcij 1 1hoo ful pon pie ll1iIIJltliH little rile it 1 11lth 5o lIi I ti Jq 1N+ ioU t ui ht al to rn ttuh hoItluy4tetltJ Y t Ii III M tfAiAi ett 4 s r fAa x rF i I To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Seven Moon Boxes sold in putt 12 months Ibis Signature i H 1i1N l MINING NOTES I Z 4 lt Hopkinsville Ky May 27 The Terry COal Coke ComI pany of this city has closed a deal for the Prterrtnd Wiggaus coal mines in the Northern secc tion of this county and will take control rtt oncerhis r gives the Terry company u controlling in terest in nHthecoalO mines tif Christian county with the ex- cePtion of the Empire mines tthcsemmeson The receiirfc survey of tie Frisco Railroad Company passes directly through this property j and i cpmIpanybuilQ Hopkinsvilie with its system across the Ohior v rsiiwseems to bolts liYtention Paducali Ky May27The towboat Sprague passed here today with the largest toil of coal ever carried dow nthe river I The tots was composed ol seventy = one barges containing i70000 bushels of qqal which ou reach ing the market at New Orleans will realize over 250000 AMr Jno Harland of XlsleY1 was here Monday visiting rela tives I The Chesapeake Ohio Baal road Company is preparing to develop mineral lands in various counties in Kentucky through its new branch which extends BigIin thin section are said to be in exhaustible I The Great Centralrailroad owns 825000 acres of coal lands in northeastern Kentucky and JB preparing to begin the development of their holdings The company is trying to make arrangements with the Chesapeake Ohio ft R which traverses that section to bring the coal down to the Big Sandy where it is the intention of the company to build a bridge and thon haul the output to the lakes If satisfactory arrangements are not made it is said that the Great Central R R will build an Independent line The Big Sandy Laud Sv Development Company of Floyd county filed articles of incor potation with the Secretary of State at Frankfort Ky on May 29th with lo000 capital stock Tho company will develop min eral lands which they own in thrffc sectionJt The armiture ofthe motor iit ue at the No11minewas burnt Out Tuesday causing several hours delay until repairs were mode Welghmau AYestley Edwards of Mortons Gapwas in the city Tuesday evening on business Mr Dick Salmon of the urab tree Coal Company atllsley was in tleclty Tuesday on business Ed Oloren was in Madison yule attending court Barrtsley mine made A good record last Friday The miners there put out 91224 tens that 0al gons Some of the Barnsley men are even bo chainpinship I sometimestomach says Mrs Sarah W Ou tlsofLee MassIand have been taking Chamberlains Stomach havehelped eat rlany things thatbefore Icould not1 If you have any trouble with thesefiablets StBernardGapJnoXTaylor Ci I r r- Y t c t7 Patriotic Service to be Held Rev Brooks L the successful evangelist who is holding series of meetings in Madisonville an nounces through Tile BEE that there will be held in Mortons Theatre Sunday afternoon at 8 oclock a patriotic service form n only Tliisservice will be held for the benefit of good citi zenship and all the lodges of Earlingtfm are requested to attend in a body They are also requested to notify Rev Brooks how many will attend from each seatsIt Has Finger Cut Off Little Vaverly Oweh wlilieplay tug with one Qhtho at Twymans tin chop Monday had the misfortune to cut off the and of his fore finger I on the lott hat1dIe li9spital flrtgor oil to the first jpln The lit tle follow Is jjettlnj nlons nicely and it Is thought the wound will heal in a few days Sued by His Doctor- A UoctOr here hats sued mo for 12 r0 which claimed was excess morbusraysAt tho trial ho praised his mediua kill and medicine I asked him lf it was not Chamberlains Colic Oholora dual Diarrhoea Remedy he used as I had good reason It was and he would riot say under oath that it was not No doctor could use a better remedy than this in a case of cholera morbua Itnevor fails DrugStoreMortons Gap Jno X Taylor Earl ington Now is the time tobup calendars for WOO Wo have the swellest line ever brought to this country and at the lowest prices Dont fail to see our lino before purchasing Write us a pogtal card and we will take pleasure in calling on you with samples TIE EAurt GTON BEE Q7C r CuresCripIII on every box 25c CHUEOH DIRECTORY CHRISTIAN CHUBOH Sunday ryLordsm Prayer meeting every Wednesday at 730pm Elder Howard Brazelton pastor M E CHUKCHI Regular services third Sunday at 11 a m and 780 p m Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 780 Sundayschool at 2 p ITU Class meetings second and fourth Sundays at 880 pm Roy W H Dame pastor JLfourth Sundays at ll am and 780 po m Sunday school at 00a m Prayer meeting Tlesday- eVQni11gsat 7iJO oclock Ep League ovary Sunday evenlhg 0t880 o one Literary meeting eachlpol1thwitb some member The Missionary Society Saturday afternpon before first Sunday MISSIONARY BAPTIST OHUBOH y Pre the second aiter provedingSaturday bolero the Sung day school at 080 amPrayer meeting overv Monday night at 780 Roy PncoEGatlin pasto- rCaT1tOLtOCiiunciiIov A M eocuon pastor First Mass S 1tday morning at ndMnss 9 8 Afternoon service at 280 every Sunday GENEBAIi BAPTIST CUUKOn Services Saturday Right before the first Sunday in month at 730 p m first SUl1 loV at Ha m and 7Sft Pl m Sunday school 2p mtray917 meetinK Friday evening attT8y p m Sunday school at 080 fym Rev G Vk JDame Pastor I I PBESB YTKBIAN OiiUBOir Btk LA Regular services second Sab bath in each month and Saturday nights before pr mooting Wednesday nights Sunday o each Sn at 980 oclock Roy G EJrhot11pSnnpastor I EmsooPAi CitrrBOif Services r pitch Tuesday evening at the Library at 780 Rev George C Abitt rector Gre on Say Brqwn I understand your wile has taken up bicycling and wears bloomers Brown Well she has a perfect rightGreenHow bout the left now Arc Tour 1 idneyar- Drilohba9paraRnsPitiecurcallkidney v ills Sarf free Add8terllUIl or M I D t C g Talk1 I Sooner or later there comes a time in the life of everys 1fJ5 1 J man woman and child when i j ff vdrugs or medicine cfsome III i i t Whim iI kindis a necessityTJ MU v11 i r thatjtime comes ti7r I r 7 ttj VQtvvfl1 the v i 1 dernar = I Drug 0r8iI j ir Wherethe purest and best t t i t gs 111 market are kept V prescriptions are rem pt1yt m t t Mtand vv carefully filled at alL i iH 7v timesriDe 1 V iof I ndit Tobacco and everything usually m1 I t carried in a first class V lidrug store I I trBryan Hopper Mgr i1 I o4 4 i A r- y r- a f s ir1 t n 1 THE gEl fA LtNGONKY THE PHILOSOPHY OF IT De Itghtnln comes nflying 3Pi big tree blaze en fall De thunder growl de loudes Duthtl donVdo uuthiu trill 1 1I i xe does lak folks you knowln I t In djs worl ever day fp onesdat holler loUdes sayrr i Atlanta Constitution PHIATOINIMESTINC JRrst Bituminous Coal Was Mined in i Richmond Basin Virginia ti i OHAfcT GIVING FULL HISTORIC DATE A chart that has historical as well B statistical value has just been published by tho United States 3j6loglcal Survey It shows the production of coal In the United thepearliestjli Tile figures are arranged by States tAudby years in the order In which hhe States began to produce coal The production of the entire country r during that period fUl years Is t shown to have ameunted to the en t ofrmpus total of 5677210577 short productionflop being preliminary and subject to final revision later In the year Pennsylvania has uot only the largest production of any of the coal juoduolng States but it was the first totes of which there Is any accur record of production The first Itl shipped In the United States ti frJ1l1 the Richmond basin In rglplalp 1814 when an output 22 tons is recorded to Pennsylvai ifi8 credit it was easier to hew own a forest tree than to sink a haft and the coal mining Industry as rot needed to support a thotis rhoItl i lug of coal has developed our Civilization has made possible our iiatprial advancement It has also Created indirectly bur chief economic problems Sot no logwood fire ever developed a trust I The earliest production of bitumi- noUs coal was made in the RlchI sniond basin of Viiginia in the latter art of tha eighteenth century The Pjfst recorded output was In 1822 when 54000 short tons were produc jiBd The production of this region Increased steadily until 1832 when It began to decline By the middle jpf the last century it had almost sjjlsappeared In 1855 began the de of the Piedmont region which at the that time belonged to Virginia II The early records of Pennsylvania bituminous production are sadly Ranting The earliest date of which ire have any record is the census for B840 although It is practically cer I in that some bituminous coal was produced In Pennsylvania before j batyear 2 exttcj the records of anthracite ninlhg in Pennsylvania and of bilu uinous mining in the Richmondc sip In Virginia the earliest sta tics of coal mining which we have e for Illinois The first record undfor this State is that coal was lined in Jackson County in 1810 Although some coal was undoubt Ully produced In Ohio prior to 1838 hat IB the first year in which any fftfductipn was recorded The out ut for thatyear was 110052 tons Among the States west of the Mis jitippl flyer the earliest produc ion reported is in Missouri an- dowaBy the census of 1840 Mis u iljJqred1tecwUhan output of 1 short tons and Iowa with SfO pro1nblethatveryWecoal jbese States before that time and it Bay considered that the industry jjeganfcit that dater the first coal discovered on the Acific coast was found in the State IpHshington in 1852 The first tine was in Whatcom Coun inl8 4 rlthpuch California has never tkeu high rank as a coal producing tote it comes next in order in the toryofearly production an out iiv6fi6620 tons being produced in The maximum output of the Ijter2r5253 short tonswas at ttell in 1874 phe x chart which sets forth in tab jfprm many of these Interest facts regarding the production bal was compiled under the sup tli rlof Dr David T Day chief t1edivision of mining and min resources by Mr Edward W Mjkert statlstlcan It may be obtfree of chargeqn iiiiitbjtbp Director of the United Hjt s Geological Survey Washing 1C f ASTORIA J i Infant and cJdldion iJYI 1YAIIJIBDibt 1 yl 01 1 H J 1111 a- r1r h- E + + + Y f+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I tHot i ater stul z Ju t M M 11e w W + vor rr01 r111101111 1111111 11111et 11 111N111 N1111 11 rrrA I Corrected Weekly W C McLeod Corn per bushel 120 Potatoes sweet per bushel 120 Potatoes Irish per bushel 80c Sorghum Molasses per gallon Onions per bushel 125 Hams country l24 Shoulders So Sides 8c Lard 8c 12c Honey per pound 12O Butter good country Oats per bushel 50c Timothy Hay per 1200 Clover Seed 700 Hogs 400 jri Sheep and Lambs 800 and 840 Cattle 225 and 275 v Calves 800 and 500 New Feathers per pound Beeswax per pourd Green Hides salted No1 lOCo Green Hides unsalted Lambskins 35c and 40c Tubwashed Wool Greased Wool Light Burry Wool and 19c Heavy Burry wool 14 to 18c Eggs per doz i Chickens frying size 150 to 800 per doz- Hens 260 td 000 per doz Turkey 124o Why Poultry is Valuable Prof bert of Ottawa Can gives following reasons why poultry Is valuable to the farmer Because he ought by their to convert great deal of the waste of farm Into money in the shape of eggs and chickens market Because with intelligent management they ought to be year revenue producers with they excep tlono perhaps two months during the molting season B cauee poultry willleld him quicker return the capital invest ed than any other department of agriculture 1Jl the p lilttirifroinV the 4 i IThe w j v 10 tv k tAvery popular ii x t r l J FWQ PIECED SUITJ f + f Cnsisting of y1la o to itch with turned up j r I1 cus belt straps that swell K8s tteltheln tt danyiii jJg lsLfa cy qtshatt1dv 9fsted 1001 ft Jr6cL Itt telials s PgiarrjlttI l1 and at races to 1111 rtf f iJplease all tft IY 101 It 101aJt jl r1 ii9 hNNNaaan = w FuT L11iI11 11101nr aaiscinvi Kentucky oo j OO11e1s011e11o111101111110 110 IA 111 4iJ rr w w Around the Farm DARLINGTON CITY MARKET By 55c Mealperbushel80cWheat Soc c lOc 25c 1 toi 50c 20c 8c SOc 20o 18c iSo i I a his for v all a for AUi J of 0 I t jf q 11 it hou1drbe+ r t 1 T I I H t iI i 1 ii t ebrast v r 1 i f i Ii i I 4 I i 1 t1 II 4 tI t i r r I f 1 1 tL 1 refunded1IS l 1 I I r J r M 111u e i + c q + e + r r r w A ro ti l poultry house will make valuable compost for use in either vegetable garden or orchard The birds them selves if allowed to run in plum or apple orchard will destroy all Injurious insect life s 1Because and fruits can only be successfully grown in certain sections poultry can be raised in all parts of the country Because Ipoultry raising isan employment In which the farmers wife and daughters can engage and leave him free to attend to other departmentsBecause it will bring him the best results in the shape of new laid eggs during the winter season when the fanner has time on his hands Because to start poultry raising on the farm requires little or no capital By good managemqhtroultry can be made with little oust a valua ble adjunct to the farm1 I f Hints The castings on the trunks of the apple trees show where the bor era have been at work v v Do not plant corn In wet ground as you are very likely to have the work to do overagain 0 Goodears of corn according to the expert judge of corn are few Uni formity has not been as yet bred into any of our varieties sufficiently to give a large percentage of unlfprm ears in a crop the7fertility careless methods change it around so that it will take till our grand childrens day to get some of it back Into a position whoroit may belised I The Water Pan r404 out to the hen house aid look at tHo nan you have been giving the fowls their water in and see how full of straw and other litterltis Then take an old cheese box split halt way around the sidejput the dish of water QAtopofthatand note the dij rettceth9rei 1 be in oleanl ness e pa ought neveri bcflac d BO that tfaelieriB ciyihrow etafi over the edgb1ipto it I 1 V Need Oreen Food The breeding birds must have green food of some kind and it Is easily supplied in the form of clover alfalfa cabbage turnips potatoes etc These not only have a food value says Commercial Poultry but are very beneficial as promoters of digestion and health and their use insures greater fertility of the eggs When buying pigs look at the mother If she is all legs and thin as a racer go somewhere else for your pigs Legs snout and backbone do not make full pork barrels 4 Odds and Endif Nothingillustrates the point of a subject so clearly and quickly as good dbjectlessons The use of ob ject lessons Is valued and appreciat ed by all educators The consumption of all sugar for eign and domestic In the United States for the year 1904 was 2767102 tons 2240poands and for the year 1008 was 2540048 tons 2240 pounds The practice of using a currycomb has been abandoned in many stables and some authorities say that it should never be used on the skin of a horse Use a stiff brush instead Vhen cows are pastured for short periods on rye and rape the effect has been to strongly flavor the milk and cream which has often proved an especially valuable soiling and pasture crop With the federal grand jury in session at Chicago Investigating their methods this beef trust just to show how cares for such things have ordered iu Increase of two cents a pound to dealers at least the dealers say they have The cheapest item that can be us ed in the production of cotton is commercial fertilizers used liberal ly With a liberal application of fertilizers the farmers can grow a bale of cotton where he las hereto fore grown a half abalevand dp it with the same cost of labor There is not a happier life than his who lives upon the farm There iBnot artibro profitable occupation than farming for the world today depends on he1 rDirhe success fol farmerbf the future must cult vAte fewer sores and make those fewer sores produce more per acre thanritiey hive ip the pasi I r t 1 k lA+ 1 tt cz S- t1 r JV1t Some Things About Tobacco The American tobacco grower re celves an average of about ten cents a pound for stripped tobacco from which he muflf get his pay for the plant his labor his time and his In- vestmenti In a farm The United cmitsIfor every pound manufactured The English Government gets an lIver eachlGovernments get mow than one dol lar The manufacturers make mil lions in profits and the dealers are well paid The consumers pay well for the luxury and what is the rea son the producer Is not well paid for the material They will be when they understand these matters and provide themselves with means to control the markets In sowing small seeds a very sim ple and useful seed drill for garden ors consists of abottlecork and quill With afgimlot bore a hole fn cork the slgo of quill Fill bottle three quarters full of sand put your seed jn and mix thoroughly place cork fn bottfu and you are ready to t sow 7 Disborning Calves The easiest and simplest way to remove horns Is to use pot ash on the young calf just as the embryo horns are appearing s One can get the potash sticks at any drugstore The little tender but ton should be wet and a little potash rubbed on the moistened surface of the horn points until sufficient caus tic has boon transferred to the moisture It may be necessary to give more than one but tho calf will not mtndProfessol C S Plumb in Rural New Yorker x Quality ys Quantity Hard muscles and strong body do foodyouyoutakeSystem gets all the nourishment out of all the food eat It digests joUdlt1011 the nutrient properties to the blood and tissues Thlsbulldsup and KdohBel hii1gSour Stomach weak Hearteto Kodol y pep laCur calledAnertcasIB destined to worK a ponds fulandlaiitingbenelit to suf ferers iOn dlstrelltlg and rassingcondlttonSold etore J l re t Iii h r1 I rCHURCH Aleesoe14iaola NEWS 1 N aa aa0a af aeaoa I Prohibits Faint Etc forrCatiollo Chufch Benefit The raising of money for Catholic I church purposes by moans of fairs raffles and the dike has been abso lutely prohibited by Archbishop Moellprv of Cincinnati OM in an open letter just publ1SheduWe have been trying for a long time to do raisingiand this IS simply another step along that line Condemnedi Conference Tho Louisville District Conference of the M E Church South unani IniThome In appjintlng Senator H S McNutt of Jollorfion county Chairman of the Commi tee on Religion and Morals is condemned Whereas Tho Ant Saloon Longuo is the federation of the moral and religious elements of the community Irrespective of party or party af filiations for tho suppresslo of saloons I and- Vhoroas Notwltlistandlng tho fact that 61 conn des out atl1ttln our State are now without saloons and many other counties Would bo butter the refusal of the Legislature to pass the county unit bill j ami f- Wheroafl The Prosidentof the Sonata appointed a mo t notorious snloon keeper Ghalrniah ofrtlip Oom = nlittpu on wKollRlon and Morals therefore bo It t- Bosotvcd That lt Istho souse of tho district conference that the said Anti Saloon Leaguq deserves the support of the Christians of the otty and State J I t econii Clint ChrlBtlan votor hroughoiit thin city and State should use his vpto and Inilaonce to f secure the election of monibors to tho Legislature to sa- Iloon j Rev J E King preached an ablo sermon Sunday night to A Inrlfo and nppreilatlve audience Bevy Howard J Brnxoltou is con ductlncr a meeting In St Charles this week Childrens Day exercises at the M E Church South was celebrat ed In an appropriate way Sunday Tho church was beautifully decorat ed with flowers and evergreens mho children did their part well and pleased a largo audience by tHeir happy songs and recitations Rev King gave an Interestinc talk Brooks Bros tho noted evangel lets have been holding a successful revival in the Christian church in Madisonvllle the past two weeks They preach nightly to a crowded house and have had several addi tions A special meeting will be held atthe opera house in Madison vlllo Sunday afternoon at 200 All lodges are Invited to bo present in uniform The Epworth League has changed the hour of meeting from 080 to 7 p m Lot all be there promptly at the hour Boas not to with church services which begin at 745 Smoking in a Powder Magazine Is courting death more suddenly but not more surely than neglecting KidneyJurea few days and its continued use will cure the most obstinate cases It has cured man O Brlghts disease and diabetes who were youhaveKldhey10ure KenfUcliy Fair Dates THe following dates given by the different fair associations throughout the State for their 1005 oxhlbl tlont have been announced Madisonvlllo August 15 days Danville t August 23 days Harrodsburg August S4 days Fern Creek August 161 days Shepherdsvi le August 154days Lawrenceburg August 164 days yanoeburg August 104 days Guthrio August 17 8daysi helbyvhle August 22 4 days Springfield August 23r4 dnysINlohOlasyllie August 298 days Bardstown Angu8tBO4 days v Florence August804days E0zabethtpwrir September 63days i Oldsggw temp rotdays Ky State Fair September 10days t HendorsOn September 260 days Falmouth September 274 days Owensbpro October lQC lays A little boy was reproved by smother z J- i Charlie she said Vlf you be haye llKo this you knpwyou wontt goth y The obiid thought a jlittle and then said oircugea4d i xp etJQi5r 1tbere JI = i ill ti M I 1 i t 44 3 t