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No. 18 s Eair IK DECISION IS REACHED TO OUTPUT OF HOPKINS COUNTY BY MINES FOR 1908 MINING COUNCIL MEETING Hopkins county. Short tout? 88,410 X BUILD L. & N. CUT-OF- F Earlington Will Not be Hurt in Any Way And Her Traffic Will be Better Cared For. WILL REMAIN CENTER FOR HEAVIEST COAL AND COKE TRAFFIC IN STATE. Oarbondalc Coal & Coko Co., Carbondnle Not as Bad as Some, Financially Discussion of New City Hall' Pro- Ohesley Coal' Co., (formerly Brasher Coal Co., Oak nill,0ino) Ohosley .i., ject and Better Insur-ti- r , Interested Have Been Led Orabtree Coal Mining Co., Ilsley ;. '. Kington Coal Co., Mortons Gap to Believe. ancc R.ates. Nebo Consolidated Coal & Coking Co., Nobo there are Clounds of Deiponder.cy but Petition Presented Asking for New Cross Nortonville Coal Co., Nortonvillo , .,. No. 1 mine ing on Farren Avenue, thty Yet Have a Silver Lining. ,... ... 29,220- 91,010- - 20,680 00,861 50,585 15,42 ...-.188,901 No.2miuo ard Unglnecring and Mitring journal.) 1:26- - term Is-:rroaU jrnado Mttofi HitljweS Ahl ronUjj kUohm 10 uortf ctlonj Tlio 1 or i d '11 id. f U( sett Dl; l All . . itA 4 lvl the! hovJ J rm uuph VI U to Ohtl jbt X i beJ d Bel M1 The above table, showing out- - erators of its large and numerous again mand, when business "put of coal by mines'f or Hopkins coal mines, which constitute tho leaving the pres- thunderous, through trains that roaches the prosperity of 1000-0jected cut-ofaro not uecessary to bring anycounty, for the year 1908, chief items contributing to the ent lino ntMortonsGap and runis farther asserted that coal county's prosperity and without from It ning east of Earlingtou and eaBt thing to or take anything was prepared for The Bee by mining ip disorganized, aua tnac which all agree Hopkins would of Madisonville, will bo built for Earlingtou. this condition will prevent busiMrrO. B.Norwood, Chief Inspec- have been a- pauper county inCoasiderabte interest has boon ness from being brought to a theO accomodation of through tor of Mines and curator of the stead of one among the wealthfelt iu the location of this cut- profitable basis; also that each freight and possibly a portion of Kentucky Geological Survey. It iest in Kentucky. With Earling- off. As stated, it leaves the the through passenger traffic. independent operator endeavors is the first publication to be made ton the center for this enormous fiom'o purclmBP8 of right of present line at the north edge of to mine and market- this maxicoal mdustry and the certain imMortons Gap. Going through way along tho proposed cut-of- f mum production, undercutting until ext meeting for investiga on tho subject. sharing provement to come with the fu east of Karliagten Hopkins county, while have already been made and no various farms his neighbor and thus spoiling tion and further consideration. the eeneral depression in busi- - ture, Earlington people can take for other and Madisouvillo, (it will strike his marker. gotiationsarO active Paul M. Moore appeared be- ness, yet has held up splendidly courage aud prepare for the long real estate for thia purpose. It the old liue north of Madisonfore the Oouucil and asked to "Ill Shewing Uz Coal in 19M. one mile in tho amount of tonnage produc- pull to a greater prosperity even is known that there has been a ville at a point about than wd have known. north of the crossiugV6f the AL , Inall times of 'depression the make a Hatemeut with reference ed and business done by the-pp- (differeneloopio"pn as. to, wjnch 1 rates, ooiKm policy should prevail, but the HrBrrimrVatrThSlfue pa arryhliabeelr'faiBell-thowfhat de- effect in Earlirigton, atid SHRINERS MEET TONIGHT. old better natural grades and shorter sea Madieonville east of tho of prospective investor has beenbar- would be uecessary to put Earl- ing, that not only insure cheaper greater Basset pl&co, and uorthrast from accepting tbe terred production, but also a soem to distance of tho cut-of-f gains presented. Immense for- ington into a better class with percentage of recovery, tho price (Regular Meeting of tizah Temple, and the fairgrounds. liavo won out. W Important Business. 0vour60, it may be that tho tunes have been made in coal, lower rates. He stated that Earl paid per ton at the mines are The Bee has definite informacat-o- great profits yet await those who ington is now rated iu Class 5; worfc of building this higher now thau m 1902. It is tion that Earlington will not bo actual may uot be 4tindcrtak'en for getinion the ground floor, and that he had a few days since, to be admitted that labor and Tho regular monthly meeting neglected In dtiy way under tho investment is surer while in Louisville, investigated material now cost more, but the of Ritfpah Temple will be held at 60tnotiraet and nobody can guess no well-madnow order of things when the the matter at the Kentucky In- out-of- f iB built. In faci it will as to the time when it may be of greater safety of principal and snection Bureau and found that slight increase in them iB offset Madisonville tonight and all No- completed income than coal mining. The by the advance in the art of min- bleB are urged to be present. be tho purpose of the. manageproduct caosot well h& stored in the town could easily be pnt into ing, which now enables a recov- Earlington Nobles are expected ment to take better caro of Mad largo quantities, whioh fact alone Glass 4. With tho present mag ery of 90 per cent or more as to go in a body, as they have VOLTJMK TO isonville and Earlingtou with ail MEMORIAL " LATE ANSOMfi. FLOWER. prevents any great everproduc- nificent water supply, the pres compared with 70 or 80 per cent.' shown steady enthusiasm since local trains, and to give better tton, while the independent conw ent pumping station and city a few years ago. the institution of the Shrine. eervico to tho traffic produced ou f a chemit petitiou in te, mdnstiry prevents mains, tho addition Comment from The Bc Oven The near approach of the meetthe old lino than heretofore. the inamteuauce of false price cal endue drawn by horses and HOUSE BREAKERS AT LARGE. ing of the Imperial Council at Position In Th! CwpHtJa. Thero is nothing iu the outlook eanddrd6, $uch as have prevailed some slight change iu organiza n to discourage the people of tion of the fire department wonld Several Houses Entered Saturday Niht Louisville,, in June, at wbie Ou thedemise of the late Au-so- n ie tho 8toel,ladustry to the detri-aceof the time Rizpah Temple will asa? for ae to the future ot carJy business resump qualify Earliugtou as a 4 class R. Flower, brother of former estate. and Small Sums Taken. a charter adds interest and makes, town or the value of real family of tion, llow tnaiiy "fccatujues of city. Jnst what reduction iu every meeting important. Thia On the contrary, everything to Governor Flower, the rates might follow this change the deceased commissioned the &K6ine8s made a better showing Temple is now operating uudOr encourogo a belief in tho continnot be definitely stated, On Saturday night several of Olippiug Bureau in iu 1908 than coal inioiug? Al could uation of tho steady improve- Burrell Press but even a slight reduction would our citizens were visited by dispensation aud is therefore on meuiori-a- l .'tiiouch the teroduotkiu in 1908 ment and healthy growth that Now York to compile a amount to a great deal in the thieves. Geo. Mothershead lost its good behavior for work to da volume ub au historical refer- was only 8 .per cent, of that in exceptional and has beeu tho ajicrocate BaviugB ininsuranco a fine gold watch and charm also and growth to show against the, ence. The volume was to cou-tai- n 1307, we tniued nearly ub much final reckouing in June. of Plana distinguishing foature premiums each year, a pocket book with 6ome receipts. all that the newspapers prin- bitumiuouB otal in 2808 as was past progress for tho composed of J. Thoy visited F. D. Rash and se- are making for another big class, banner A committee car- p)duced in 1906 a of novices to bo put over tho thirty years. There are advau-tage- s ted couceruing the life and year while the anthrcite out- M. Oldham, H. 0. Bourland and cured a ham from his refrigera- sands before June 1. Many de-reer of the deceased. to the railroad here that Geo. 0. Atkinson was appointed tor. From there they visited the The memorial has bem com- put in 1908 was considerably tails of tho Shrine's coining pit. cannot bo duplicated elsewhere 100(1. the aver-ag- e to investigate tho matter of a homo of D. M. Evans aud took grimage to Louisvillo havo yet to and hero is tho pleted and has just beeu deliver- larger thau in along tho liuo price received at tlio mines city hall aud also tho question of his trousers, but failed to find bo arranged and much business Every newsnatural and logical location for ed to the family. houso and re anything so left them in the a flro paper in Anjorica that printed daring the Ufit decade Jus varied quisitedenartmeut to report engine, and the yurds and shops that have at yard. 'They wont to Goo. Black; of importance is to be disposed has fecen true of before that time. to very items couceruing the deceased is but Uttle,.and thie already been expauded haviug been any the next meeting of the Council well's aud forced the kitchen floor are, represented, a prominout posi- without there nn "jli n." n m w. i important dimensions and op tho 3rd of May. open and stole from his pants a 1 monopolistic control of trsdo. -, tion being given to Tho Bee. Biire to contiuuo iu growth. AhSAMUEL h. Sf 6NE DEA'tf, pocket book with 79 cents ttUd rrefit ul Iam in tho Xotartry. momorial.is ton by twelve other indispensable feature for The oipally due to the exaggerated some paporB in it. Thoy went Bisse, the leaves are of' Tho production of co?l is like the railroad interest at this place inches in paper with black u manufacturing business aud value placed on some properties to the hog pen of Mr. Branuou Former Slate Auditor and One of liuen is the now absolutely lin.ex.ha.U8t-ihl- e Irish that havo recently boeu gathered and killed and carried offashoto Most Brilliant Meru tliQ en- border and tho binding is of tho industry as a whole is less water supply, since gold. The speculative than mauy import- into important consolidations. weighing about 50 pounds. They largement of Loch Mjjry, which black Beal, lottered in is looked Louisville, Ky., April d.Oof. ant industrial undertakings. As The stock of these companieshas entered Tho Bee office aud with in its entirety is not surpassed at auy poiut ou work beeu sold at a price only justified an old railroad- spike forced open Samuel H, Stouo, former Stato upon as an historical record that in other enterprises, tho percenttho Heuderepn. division, and. haB by earnings during times of great the cash box and secured some- Auditor of Kentucky, died at his should be preserved for all time. age of profit in coal mining deno prospect.of being duplicated pends on the sagacity of tho in- prosperity and maximum produc- thing near $7. No clew has home in this city Saturday night, at any additional ppiut along tho yet been found that would throw aged flfty.niue years. Ho wa& vestor in selectiug his opportun- tion. GIVENB OPENS CAMPAIGN. liue, Ear'lumtouiB the u'atural Tho OpportuniUe Frm&ttd. suspicion on any one. If we had one of the most brilhaut nieu iu is not enough to know ity. It couter for tho coal traffic, hanIuvostors who have been per some blood Hounds Handy we Kentucky, being au authority for Congress Flrei that the coal is of superior qualCandidate dling for mineB on the L. &N. in Democratic ' ity aud that from every physical suaded to buy into those over- might bo able to trace some of uud special commissioner in the First Gun at Dixon. Hopkins and- - "Webster couuties, aspect, the venture is raeritori-ous- ; capitalized companies have nat- those rascals. They have been compjex Keutuoky railroad rate end will remain so,. U to on. it is also ossontial that the urally coudomnod the whole in- very busy in Madisonville for troubles, and a lawye'cof note. Dixon, Ky., April 5. Judge this trafllc that tho railroad be sure of his dustry us unprofitable because of the past week sevoral robberies In 1899 he was defeated for the u investor should of Earlington have beeu 0. 0. Givona opened his Republican Gubernatorial uomi Many inferior seams their own lack of understanding. being reported. tor tho Democratic con- markot. and are now based. This traillo, On Tuesduy night the houso of nation by W. S. Taylor by a few greater profits, because of For the man whose judgement is gressional nomination here this show the instead of decliujuu nearby markets and cheap sound aud vision is""keeu',coal Fred Ashby was entered, the vptes. Ho wns a graduate of will certffSHBw, and afternoon at the court house to a their transpor ta tion, thau others t hioh mining offorB attractive oppor- thieves securing his trousers aud Leipsio and fleideiborg univerthobusmosH 0f Earlingtou will fair audience. .The nomination plug of tobacco aud all Uii, sities in Germauy. Tho funeral next produdo a superior fuel, but lees tunities. The cry of inqreaso iu number of jneu em. is uot made uutil this time will be held Tuesday morning at; is no more seriomnuow fixed-laotbedis. favorably situated. The disfavor ployed by the coal, operators, and year, and is atoug at Col. Stone's formor hme m with whioh many Eastern capi than it was in 1W2, aud railroad, in the amount of tnctcommittee, which will Subscribe for Tho Bee methods of nnuRichmond, Ky, view coal Tuinlng is talidts jaouihly payrolls aud iu the bably meet nexf January, f, 7. Growth of Mining and Railroad resulting improvement itramount of merchandising and banking Interests Here is Practically Earlington, therefore, done. Assured. will remaiu the center for, tho assembling and handling of tho BEING PURCHASED. greatest tonnage of coal and coke originating or handled at any tut-of- f Will Leave Old Line at Morions point in the State of Kentucky, Gip and Strike it Nor.h of with everything in favor of futftftadlsonvllle. ture improvement. Here will continue to come an increasing number of cars for ropairs, that anIt can bo nounced that the die lie practi-cull- y are used in this big coal traiOc cast aud unless soma unex- and iu the general freight trafllc pected change comes over the on this division Abont all that spirit of the dreams of the locat. Earlington will miss when the ing ongiucerB of the Louisvillo cut-oil- " is built will be the noise and NaBhville Railroad, the pro- and smoke of certain heavy, RIGHT-OF-WAY semi-officially s Not for mauy years coal-minin- g the been so completely enshrouded in a clond of despondency at as present. Those who are financially inter ested iu the production of coal aro dubious as to how they are going to come out, and the jr.ore timid, either from inexperience or from short memory, are pre dieting dire results from the industry. Some prominent operators are now thinking that there will be no improvement in the industry situation, unless there is a radical change in the conditions that govern the industry. They reason that new mines are being opened in such numbers that production is certain to exeed de- - The Earlington Oity Council held an interesting meeting on regular Monday night, tho monthly meeting. Among things discussed' was the advisability of building a city hall and workhouse. A suggestive sketch, prepared by Lee Uldham, was prOsented for inspection by Oouncilman Bourland and examined by the members, all of whom werfl present. No definite action was taken or proposed at the meeting, but sentiment seemed favorable to the erection of some building for the purpose proposed.. This matter has beeu undet consideration for some months and has been in the miuds of the city fathers. A petition, sigued by uumer- s citizens, was preseuted ask ing that a street crossing over the tracks of the L. &N, railroad be made ou Farren AjEguug, After some discussion, in which the question was raised as to the possibility of reaching the street west of the taUroad tvith a practical grade, YUnTSvas laid over Keiuecke Coal Mining Co., Madisonville Rose Creek Coal Co., Nebo..' Mining Co." iruold mine, Earlington .'.-- ... Barnsley mine, Barnslev Diamond mine, Mortons Gap No. 9 mine, Earlington No. 11 mine, Earlington 81,928 - ' 1 Heclamine, Earlington: St. Charles mine, St. Charles v 100,038 02,016 181,195 153,783 178,799 121,098 180,873 - II Produced by St. Bernard Mining Co. in Hopkins county.... . Stirling Coal fc Coke Co., (Daniel Boono Boone mine) Daniel Boone Sunset Coal Co., (formerly the Ohesley Coal Co., and Madisonville Mining Co.) Royal mine, Madisonville..- Victoria Goal Co., Madisonville '" J lTj)Q0.p52r Mi ..-- , 77,531 " '' J...... 25,954 ,124,896 Total output 1,760,253: ft e '1 Promi-ncn- Kar-lingto- nt X Ear-lington- 's . ' JU -- Ken-tptky- 's - cam-pnig- in-tor- e, over-producti- y jt - p Wr MW i trfr&firtiraU&Lk. A ftfete?v -j a. SfilB i5 ' S r2dttk 'tvm,'rjto wjtf4W.j. BSwy - nm JT i7 r -"-r-"r - iv- - jJTT... .... ,.... ...yj.., ft in "" HirttfrWMlfWf1111 ii.i'M'Mi'l'il"vH-'l''"HlWnHH"H- 77ie Moving Throng GRAPES, from their most healthful properties, give ROYAL it tHM4"!"t'4"l"t'4'tiW"lL4;4''H"t"H"t"H"l Goq. itobltiBon Humor and Philosophy Br DUNCAN M. SMITH active and principal ingredient spout Saturday In PERT PARAGRAPHS. Madlsonvlllo. Halting Powder APSOuteyjrure It is economy to use Royal Baking Powder. It saves labor, health and money. Where tho best food ia required no other baking powder or leavening agent can take the place or do the work of Royal Baking Powder. M I Local Happenings I i lbs granulated sujrar David Adam'e. 17 7 The Confederate Veterans, of will meet this afteruoou with tho Earlington chapter of the U. D. C. Busluoss pertaining to the unvoilingof the mouumont will be Mad-isonvlll- o, 'vT or (1 transacted. at as Services at the M. E. chnrch South Sunday by the pastor at 11 a. in. and 7:80 p. in. morning subject "DIvino Evening Bubject CompaBBion." "Resurrection of Christ. At our Eeaster service iu the evening we will have appropriate music. Tho lodges of .Odd FellowB and A. O. U. W., will worship with us. All are Invited to attend and the public is welcome. Hugh lllnir mndo n visit to Nash-vill- o last week. J. h. Stone, of Sturgis, was in tho oity Inst weok. Satp Grasty, of Morton's Unp, was in tho city Sunday. Ben Davis, of Mndlsonvillo, was in the city Sunday. E. B. Taylor, of Madisonville, was In tho city last week. Geo. Stewart, of Madlsonvlllo, was in the city Saturday. "Buck" Shaver made friends in Dawson a visit Tuesday. Jno. B. Atkinson pi ado a business trip to Evnnsvlllo Tuesday. Dr. B. O. McEuen spent Sunday in St. Charles with his paronts. Chas. Martin left Sunday for Ho bart, Ohla., to visit his undo. Mrs" Clint Ralmer loft Tuosdoy to visit relatives in Bakers, Tenu. Frank Cordier, Jr., of Madisonville, spent Suuday in the city. Ernest Nlsbet, of Mndlsonvillo, was a visitor In the city Friday. Geo W. Itash and wife, of Madi sonville, were visitors in tho city Cheer up. If you Imvo Jo reason to cheer up, that Is all tho more reason why you should. Jr tht The Best at The Price-- No v Bringing people around to think way Is Blow work, and tho worst Is you havo sornelltncs changed mind by the tluio that you hnvc operative on theirs. now, mv J your of It your been Matter What the Price Is n polden mlo of tho lllnh Art Store. It Is the mystic link that hinds this store as If with "Hooks of Bteel," to ItB thuuFnudu of patrons nonr tho far. Our Spring lines nro the most comprehensive, complete nnd greatest nssemblnKe of Men's, 'Youiik-inen'Boys' nnd Juvenile wear, over rIiowii within the portnlB of nny ono Etore, In the Centrnl States. If you can't coino, mail orders receive our prompt attention. If you enn como our rebate plan eunblos you to do your chopping nt small s, ex-pon- so 1 LBTAie tetu vou wmni vool WM worfCB yj aov to yourself. It Pai$ to Trade Merc. STR0USE & BROS., If you give everybody the history or your affairs, don't get Incensed when they Insist on giving you advice upon them. For Quality. Evansville, Ind. . B "t Hoy C. Smith war sworn in deputy marshall Monday night. , m. tiMeal per Bus hoi $1, per peck 25c. David Adam's. CI Swifts Pride or Lenox Soap 7 bars Jri"1"?; Hoc. at David Adam's. a Crest flour per barrel $6.70, per 24 r pounds 85c. at David Adam's. Third Regiment Will Camp at Earlington. iviik. uiuu, ui muiiuiio vrap, wuu Just as wo go to press official HGB been quite 111, la able.to.be up. notice has baeu received from Syrup molasses 40c per gallon; the Adjutant General's office at liJt urar Glen 65c at David AdamsY Frankfort that the Third Ko&i. dtYtuR ev. Jno. Burton filled his rogu- - ment will go into camp in this 3Lgjr appointtneut at Centertown.Ky., city on August 2nd to 7th inclus- Taking a chanco for the sake of winning Is what makes ramblers, and' taking with a chance to lose Is what makes sports. ?. & "sHv )s Sunday. Being able to control yourself may Miss Katherlne Rehstiner, of b much or little according to the size visited Mrs. F. B. Arnold of yonr temper. Sunday. Near Spring. Mrs. Pete Milos and little daughFrom now on ter are visiting relatives m W splinter Hop-kinsvill- BfEJHJHJHJEy ttJkJttKeX 1 - s iI is- - mmmsmmim&Simsm- o. nday. ive, for rille practice and instruc W est Strip Bacon, wrapped by the tion m military maneuvers. This ;ip 14o. per pound at David Ad- will briug to our city for six days r ay ,'b. about 050 men. They will camp somatoes Mutton Chop or any find you want, 3 cans for 25c. at in the old Hold south of town, between the railroad aud H. S. &ld Adam's. Corey's farm. ue ,i tne rgest crowds ever in Itf ,ff L oliera house witnessed Murrav a Mack Saturday night. Mn. Walker. Very Low. Jeveral of our youug people: Mrs. T. D. Walker is very low the Man of the Hour at e this morning and is hardly Thursday night. to live through the day. skV't fail to attend the lecture at Mrs. Walker has been in very SApaptlst church on April 26th by poor health for several years Y). iloore on Odd Fellowship. past. For some tbree weeks past Jveral camping'partles are being ghe 1ms been steadily decliuiug Mugod by the young people of our w as Boon as the weather breaks. in strength and for a week past has been, confined to her bed. . i ll.t. V.. . un iuu xiiiuuD A. "H tti IB linnrnvintr find fho aim xail Mrs. Walker has enjoyed a long nrnnnnntn R C at-jid- I Chas, Tarlton, of Montgomery, Ala., will visit friends In the city next week. :'! ' Jno. It. Evans attended the mou'tnly. Fiscal Court at Madison-villMonday. a, Mad-Vlll- ex-p6ct- ed Bowling Greon. Joe Teague a,ud wife, ot St. Charles, were in the city lnBt week Bert Bowman and wife, of Fulton, spent Sunday with Dr. P. B. Davis and family. Mrs. T. M. Jones and daughter, of Hopklnsvllle, visited friends in the citylaBt week. Mrs. J. V. MoEueu and daughter, Ruth, of St. CharleB, were iu tho city Monday. Mrs. Hey Brlnkley lpft Friday to visit her aunt, Mrs. Ollie Toy, at 'Jbv to At zero And thwart Its most beautiful plots. No longer In training, Ita forces Are waning; Ita finish Is now on the trine It lingers On crutches And here And there touches A high spot To ward away spring. An end to To Its battles! Are loaded And sent to tho rear. And, though . It may bluster, ' The ting Of. Its luster Is riot wholly Brilliant and clar. Its case Is alarming. And Its chatties Look wooiy In spots. As bold as A hero; f Make faces The backbon Of wlntor And raoko It PAUL M. MOORE Insurance Agency Established In I88S. Sf i i FIRE BOILER LIABILITY BONDS BURGLARY PLATE GLASS V Cj If. Its goods " K Bf The Strongest Companies. EARLINGTON, KENTUCKY imin s C K .j A. ..... H?i ivi Vlt- - ier. s m .... ui i&Ijpu . 3 rlvnr and healthy life until the past few years and is now about sevenyears old. ral of our young men went to ty-seven --- .,....l.... iiuoiioiuuo Dining HUU 1 ui ubii. :;i:. Inaf: vtraatr anrl m. " rnhirnod v: j.ney report a jKiine. rs. W. J. Barnhill has moved Gov. & her new building, across from Idepot, and invites Jthe public to feet her REMITS JAIL SENTENCE. Willson Grants Application of Two Union County Boyi. 7. stocks" Christian Sunday School te all previous records Suuday. Willson today remitted the jail 209 present and the col- - sentence of ten days against Henry Delauey and Quiuu bn was $18.50. hisMoore two Union county boys, i. Kline while workiug in jj Jrtpuday lost a $20 bill and two who wore cnargeu with manI slaughter. Moore was acquitted yVs not found the money. aud Delaney dismissed upon moIi Hiona Sknnn. ft vrmr nlii. rilnrt tion of the Commonwealth's At1,4 py night of whooping cough at torney. They were thou charged ; ta iBiuence oi uer parouis. sue with carrying concealed deadly : iiiriuu w, wroiiou xuesuay. weapons and lined JS50 and given in piugtou Typewriter No. 2, cost teu days iu jail each. They paid . vArwt n u 111 n null 9m mOt UQtT Will P04I 1VI fOVt tMuuu the iiuo. rtJ.t have yon trade. a.ie fe-we- re Frankfort, Ky., April Gov. .siting friends. J. R. Dean and daughter, Mrs, Montague spent Sunday with Mrs. W. H. Lea at Kevils. MIbb Bartio Jennings who has been visitiug relatives in Graham has returned home. Jj. CDiUnian, of, Seattle, Washington is In the city viBltlng his nephew, F. D. Rash. Mrs.JosIe Kirkwood and daughter, Mrs. Jack StokQS were in Madlsonvlllo last Friday. Miss Ruth McEuen, of St. Charles, who has beou visiting her brothers returned homo Friday. Drs. R. A, Baldwin and B. C. atteudod tho meeting of the HnpkiiiB county Dental Association Thursday afternoon at MadlsonMc-Euon Is so charming That every For spring: Take the hint or We'll put the police ' On Its case. ';:i Vul L- Bows to her grace. Bo wicked Old winter May well one mm i ZC2 A WISE BIRD thing when he knows a good t . 'I'. iW'll IM S A Coincidence. CAffOHPITi-wvL i LA4TN16H- .... ?' ' .r i j. ... iSTORr op vn v: wi-u T- LoCKRO UP AND TWIO r MAMB NOW WHT V? OOUTnTHAT T VOU lNOw' r-- '; ..- n .. - a kj .- " HERE'S . iAU- -i uunw sees it; most people of taste discrimination do. Our Job Work is prefer- 'rtd by such persons and our prices are reasonable. Engraved work a specialty. M 'The Bee Pnntery PVF MONARCH NEW EASTER vlllo. Stockholders' Meeting. PRESSING ClAJfe Clothes Cleaned and JPressed, Called for and delivered.' Ladies' Skirts! a Specialty. All work Guaranteed. Phone 103.' X i. , ' 1 V ." M. H. Tavi'AX, Ar. Intrfllnr Dnfimnn J S? igene Kelly and MIsb Judith Soms, were married at the oflloo nunty Judge Wilson last weok. are both rosidentB of Earllug- - Composition of Ded 8ea. Tho Dead sea ii one-thirsolid matter, the greater part of which is salt. d ' j Mfc.Jdiintnu'ii.-' w O"I still In splendid condition good for several years wear yet. ends, remembor that I lmv wo compotitorB who carry a 1b "Jt nd vost that ho has worn ev- lntcr for tho past 29 years it- --- Monla -' 1 lino iv Without Alcohol A Strong Tonic A Body Builder Notice is hereby given that the annual meeting of the stockholders of tho St. Bernard Mining Company, for the transaction of such business as may properly come before the meeting, will be held on Wednesday, the 12th day of May, 1009, at 3,1 :U0 o'clock a. ni., m tho general oflico of tho company, nt Earlington, Ky. Gko. O. Atkinson, Secy. MILLINERY In There may not be much In a name, but don't gamble upon It to such an extent that you go- to using one that belongs to some other fellow, lie may be touchy on the subject. 4 V a variety of Styles at about half price. TOM CANSLCR MANAGER ; Dated, Earlington, Ky., April Oth, 1909. stock of General Merchandise rocerles than I do. The St, jrd Mining Co., and J. F. De- ir. Wbeu you waut prices uud see me David Adams. Hopkins County Dental Asso-- n mot at Madisonville Thurs- April 1, with a good attond- Au excellent paper was read W baulih aloohol Bruce, of Madlsuuvlllo, An from ourmtdlolBM W urc you to will be made to have the en)typur doetcr meeting bo tho largest and luterestiug evor hold in the Ayer's Pills are liver pills, They act A & xt wiu bottie urst Thurs-f- t directly on the liver, make more bile May. This Association has secreted. This is why they are so valuen needed in this coujjjyani!. able in constipation, billoutnets, dysAsk your doctor pepsia, d ru, boneflt- to the (ixntfiitaniinrii Iffhc knows s better laxative pill. which has been closed for some Mind Reading. weeks on account of illness of "What are you looking for, M audio?" tho librarian, will bo open again, "Hunting for u four leaved clover, Without Alcohol A Blood Purifier begiunipg today, from 2 to 5 Jackie." Without AlcohoU A Great Alterative "I know what you expect to flud." o'clock iu the afternoon ouch "Think you are smart, don't you?" A Doctor's Medicine Without Alcohol day. Mary Belle Moore, the . L "LI 8end Him Word. librariuu, is' still ill. Ayer's Sarsapirllla Wiln'out Alcohol! former When you deslio to push your nag Beatrice Hawkins takes charge And make him act up fine, It he Is loafing on the Job, We publiih our formolM of the library today., a line. drop your Without Alcohol Without Alcohol Some Satisfaction. "Got nny Tiouey?" "No, but I have a cousin who Is rolling In weult'h."' Colored Reading Room Open Again. "What good does that do youV keeps It so I can't loan It The colored reading room, to"Jts. He you." Miss Anna Moore CARPETS MATTINGS RUGS OIL CLOTHS Itwiom r&slioi$bly To iYou rUaYott, OW).ERECHLrNS$ Of ftO? ' Can't Arrow STWMDrOfV The Qujet PWIIONlsTHETHIKfi WND0W SHADES hmJw Elecahce' ...an J... LACE CURTAINS SEE THEM 'ocialTowi Which CharactwcI, ' uesOIJUVORK. Atiers e. Just horse ,0 ,!tVi Ud br Hit 3. C Ajr C LowU, )UM. Poor Thlnjjs! "Why do newborn babies cry bo?" Man, just as Lord Bacon avers, Is a "They have Just discovered what a ocal animal, and Inveterately so, else mistake they have made." difficulty of always walk, tho natural ing up to saying: "l'v Came Natural, bad such alor)y time I" must Lsy "She InmUil C'n lIUe,.dOKi' .. long Jn'c prc-reiosuraouitiblc. "Vos. l'henrdBlic was axnejaber of ' A .Social Animal. si,' Tie Earlingto Bee r VCCHT w Barnes, Coivand & Co., m 10COBPOKATEV Puck. . the IIiiijsmiih .vlfly EacllnglQH, Kcntucdy rOK.Ji)0UI(0 WWuuj I )v K , J .. ) r '&. Sir " -- J- , x I ' I i V F - I v ,&n Semi-Annu- al Loom End and COMMENCES Bargain Sale 'fr&wa Saturday, April 10, Continues 2 Weeks, Closing Sat.. April Z4 Madisonville's Most Interesting and Wonderful Bargain Event Semi-Annu- al The One the People Wait For; the Sale of Unparalleled Money-Savin- g Possibilities; a Benefit for the Great Buying Public. I appreciate the interest shown in my former sales. I assure you I will not let such . h it t H.xtra Dress Goods, Silks Linen, Hosiery, Shoes, Skirts and Clothing values. sale-r-bet- ter I1 t v J interest wane, for I have learned by past experience what makes a truly great assortments, better value,and lower prices. For weeks I have bended every energy toward making this sale as great as any of my former ones. Fortunate opportunities of securing much scarce but desirable merchandise at a remarkable price concession from manufacturers or on account of the immense quantity of the. merchandise represented in these sales-- , all unite to make this the climax of my selling ca reer, Such intrinsic values, such low prices seem almost unbelievable. No one can afford to miss this opportunity of seeing such desirable merchandise at half its true worth. Read every one of the following prices Don't overlook a single item. '1 ' ii i i j ALL 1 LOOM END CALICOES I YARD LENGTHS Lf'V'&ue), AND UNDER AT RATE OF I CENT PER YARD 10,000 yards Simpson's Shepherd worth today 6c, Loom end price 3c 15,000 yds American light and dark blue, gray, red and light Calicoes, worth today 6c, Loom end. price 3c J. 47c price Best Standard Table QH Cloth, all colors, regular20c, sale price.. 15c World Defying Silk and Dress Goods Values. Some of the Barest Bargain Erer Beforo , 25c Cotton Voile in black .,and red, 15c price h 10? 'eces 10c Book Fold Percale, all blue" striped and. figured, sale , price 3 pieces 10c Striped Madras Cloth, saje price A nice assortment ies, sale price of 10c Embroider5c 6c Offered. 3,000 yards Simpson's 36 inch Percale, regular price l2$c, Loom end price 5c Ba- 3,0o0 yards Simpson's figured r $1 lire 01 Pi tistes and Lawns, regular price iOc, 3 Jc Loom end price, . .. 1,000 yards Simpson's 36 inch figured Silkoline, regular 12c, Loom 5c end price Or1,500 yards Sjmpson's 36 inch gandie, regular price i 5c, Loom end price ...'. 7. 7c 2,500 yards A. F. C Gingham, the world's best Gingham, worth today t5c. Loom end price 7$c 1.500'Austro Mercerized Satines in plain colors and shadow stripes, regular price 25c, Loom end price ." IOC Staple Domestics and Ginghams at less than. mill prices- -' Genuine Hbo'sler Brown Domestic, the standard for over 50 years, worth 4 today Tcy sale price Genuine Hope Bleached Domestic, worth today 12c, sale price.. 7c Yard wide QmlMining and Wall canvass, worth 5c, sale price 3Jc Good yard wide Bleach Domestic, "worth today 7c, sale price.... 5c Best Apron check Gingham.worth 5c sale price A good assortment of Dress Ginghams, regular 10c, sale price.. .5c Look for the They Denote Big Savings. Amoskeag A. C. A. Feather Ticking, the world's best, regular price 20c, 15c sale price 56. inch Bleached Mercerized Table Damask, regular price 35c, sale price rfjc 'I iiii Red Tickets." mi .M 60 inch White Mercerized Table Damask, regular 50c, sale price.. .29c 6o inch White Mercerized Satin Table Damask, regular price 65c, sale ' 39c , price 60 inch Pure Linen Bleached Table Damask, regular price 75c, sale 36 inch guaranteed black TarTeta Silk, 73c regular price $1, sale price. 36 inch guaranteed black Taffeta Silk, regular price Si. 50, sale price. .89c 36 inch Colored TarTeta Silk, regular 89c price $1.25, sale pricer 19 inch Jacouord Messaline in blue, regular price 35c, sale price.. .2lc pieces 36 inch Woolen'Dress Goods 6 light colors in plaids, regular price 15c ,., 50c, sale price , 36 inch solid colors Cashmere, regu23c lar price ,35c, sale price ju solid colors 36 inch all wool Mohair ' .regular price 50c, sale price.. 33 Jc 36 inch all wool Panamas in solid colors, regular price 65c, sale price 39c Mo36 inch all wool Chevron stripe hair and Panamas in the new Spring colors, regular price 65c, sale 47c price 42 inch Wiry Voile in black only, reg45c ular price $1, sale price Goods in black 42 inch all wool Dress regular price $1," sale price. ".. 45c 50 inch Panama and Sicilians in solid colors, regular price 75c, sale .' 48c price . ..89c All $1.25 black Dress Goods. All $1.25 colored Dress Goods in the new Spring shades, sale price 89c 50 inch all wool Panama in blue and price!! I, sale own 48c price 52 inch Chiffon Broadcloth, regular 49c price $1,25, sale prjee Mo36 inch Wool plaid Suitings and hair, regular price 50c, sale price 25c 25c Silk Gingnams in large plaids, 10c sale price 15c brown Dress Linens, a rare bar10c gain, sale price Waistings, 15c White Mercerized ... inch White Linen Finish Suiting, regular price 15c, sale price. . .10c 36 inchureirish Linen, regular price 25c .35c, ,sale price 36 inch WhiteLinene Finish Suitings regufar price 20c, sale price. . 14c 3(5 10c 15c Embroideries, sale price 25c Embroideries, sale price 15c 50c Flouncings, 24 irich wide 25c 5c Book fold' India Linens for All 12$c.and 15c India Linens.. .10c 25 pieces' Book fold India Linen, regular price 25c, sale price 15c A bargain you will appreciate .... regular price from $7.50 to $11.50 sale price to close them out.. $2.48 100 Men's Suits, all sizes, regular price 'from $10 to $15, sale price., $4,98 Men's $15 2 and 3 piece new Spring Suits, sale price $9.98 Men's $18 new Spring Suits, sale price V $14.50 Much Merchandise not Advertised Look for the Bed tags. They ;Savings on Many Articles not Advertised. "r i- i- De-no- te Will Have the Bed Tickets on it. Which Will Denote Big Seductions. Extra Special Shoo Bargains. Men's $2 Kangaroo Calf Work Shoes, , sale price $1.45 Men's $1.50 and $1.75 fine Satin 99u Calf Shoes, sale price Men's $2.50 fine Vici Kid Shoes, broken sizes, sale price $L45 Boy's $1.75 fine'Vici Kid Shoes, bluch$1.48 er, style, sale price Men's $2,75 fine Patent Leather Shoes blucher style, sale price $1.98 One lot Men's $3.50 and $4.00 Patent Leather Shoes, blucher style. $1.98 Men's .$2.75 Oxfords in Tans and Patent Leather, sale price.. .$1.98 Boy's $1.75 fine Vici Kid Shoes, blucher style, sale price. , $1.25 ' fine Vici Kid Shoes, blucher Boy's $2 styleVSale price $1.50 Ladies"$1.50 fine Vici Kid Shoes, 98c blucher style, sale price Ladies' $1.75 fine Vici Kid Shoes, blucher style, sale price.... $1.39 Ladies' $2 fine Vici Kid Shoes, blucher $1.45 style, sale price fine Vici Kid Shoes, Ladies' $1.50 08c plain toe, sale price Ladies' $2.75 fine Vici Kid Shoes, $1. 08 blucher style, sale price Ladies' $1.50 fine Vici Kid Oxfords in patent tip and plain toe sale price $1.00 Ladies' $1.75 fine Tan Oxfords, blucher style, sale price $1.25 Ladies' $2.75 fine Tan Oxfords, blucher style, sale price $1.98 Ladies' fine Patent Leather Oxfords, worth $2, .sale price $1.48 Ladies' fine Patent Leather Oxfords, worth $2.75, sale price $1.95 Extra Special Clothing Values. 50 Men's Suits, sizes only 34 to 37, l ' ' Counterpanes, good size, good quality, a bargain, sale Price.. 49c extra large, ,x$ 1.75' "Counterpanes, ' . good quality? a rare bargain, sale . " price,') voc W $2 Counterpanes, extra large, extra $ i .45 gopp! quality, sale price Counterpanes'. . . .95c $l,75,F,ringed Counterpanes, cut cor- . . .$1.20 .nervsale price $2 Fringed Counterpane's! cut corner Jale price...'. $1.45 All Ginghams, worth today $i' Men's $21.50 new Spring Suits, sale price $18.00 All .Men's Black Thibet Suits, at just half price; d $10 you get for $5; a $12.50 you get for $0.25; a $15 for $7.50. 50 Boys' Long .Pants Suits in broken sizes, regular price $7.50 and $2.98 $8.50, sale price 100 Boys' Lohg Pants Suits irt regular size$, regular price $10, $12.50 and $13,50, sale price, 8 Boys' $10 new Spring Suits, Sale .,, .,,-$4.9- . $1.5b-Fringe- price $6.98 Child's" Knee Pant Suits, 4 to 8, regular price $1.50, sale price. . . .98c Child's Knee Pant Suits, 4 to 8, reg ular price $2, sale price $1.4o '. itc,. Reprice. A.ll. , .10c only,-regula- r ;...... sale price 10c Mercerized 25c White sale price Waistings, ...15c 25c Soudan Pongee for Waistings in white, cream and black. . . .; .l5c 12r Glasgow .'Zephyr Dress4 Ging- ,hani, 'sale 'price".. . 8c 10c Highland Suiting, sale price.. 7$c ,50c Lace. Curtains, yards long, . . 30c pair. . . . ..-- . , &Laee Curtains, 3 yafUslohg, sale 69c pair. $t'.'50 tace Curtainsj 3 yards long, : 90c sale price.., $1.75 Lace Curtains, 3j yards long, 98c sale price.pair $2.06 Lace Curtains, 3 yards long, "' sale price $1.45 $3.50 Lace Curtains, 3.J yards long, . sale price 2.45 Small Wares Underpriced. 3c San Silk,' per spool Mourning Pins, per box lc 3c Brass Pins, per paper Pearl Buttons, per dozen lc Adamantine Pins, per paper lc 3c Hair Pins, per box Hair Pins, per bunch lc Cost has Been Ignored in Many Instances in TMb Qerat Sale, as I Offer Much Merchandise at Half its Actual Value. sale-price- i k "3tc -- .... suit tor $2.50 Boys' $2.75 Knickerbocker Knee pant 'suits tor ,$1.98 Knee Knickerbocker Boys' $3.75 Pant Suits for $2.89 Boys' $5 Knickerbocker Knee Pants Suits for $3.98 Two Special Bant Bargains 100 pairs Men's Cassimere Pants, regular price $1.50 and $2.00, s$er price 75c One lot of Men's odd Pants, regular price Horn $2.75 to $4.50, sale price, pair $1.98 Big Reduction on all Ken's, Boys' and Children's Salts Whether Advertised or not. t 100 Boys' straight Knee Pant Suits atfl halt price; a $2.50 lor.fl.2o; a $5 't Two Special Hatting Bargains 20c Joinlless Matting, sale price 14 J c 25c extra, heavy China Matting, sale 18c price.. ; ., 36x72 Matting Rugs, regular price 75c, sale price 45c This Sale Covers Everything. Prices Beduced Through my Entire Stock Except a few Items That are Sold at About Cost, and Douglas Shoes and Clark's ThreadWhich are Sold Under Contract at a Given Price- - f r No matter yhat you may want you can save money by buying it here during my two weeks' sle, so don't wait until the latter part of this sale and expect to find an unbroken stock, as much of the merchandise won't last at prices advertised during entire sale. Come the first day. Come every day. Bring your neighbors with you. New goods will le placed on counters each day during sale. Read my prices and come and.select what you want. Remember this opportunity Is only presented to you twice a year, so you should not fail to take advantage of it. All loom end goods V It is utterly impossible to quote all the bargains scheduled for this great sale. and all goods sold at loom end prices positively cash. Remember the place and time. Sale Begins Saturday April 10thf Continues UntiMaturday, April 24th 3 r U E. J. ll' 'T!i M . ASH BY JWli. ,; MadWville ii j i I 44 Mmmm BiUbirnrA.4 " v i 'i; rr "V A MjfcH hiMMU-X r VI"' j(MMWfciilfr .v. 1 ..! 7 l "! . Y - rini ii n i 'I" "... . Ksy - uhw tiwwi - rwrr-i- r r r wtH ' " "" V" r ''"''"""' T f , " " ' "" " v ' '"- - Subscription Rales w) Six months 25 Tliroo ninntlm .... fi Slnglo copies Spocimon copies mailed fren Correspondon application ents wnntod In all parts of tho county. Addross us for CiTV 01 ECTORY. fl-00 Ono Your P :.) . I! PAUL M. MOORE. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER THOMAS WAND BUSINESS MANAGER I The New Music Iy cd French Type of Composition That Is Wonderlul CITY OFFICERS. Mayor Jamos Tt. Rash. I'oljco Jutlgo Krnost Now ton. Chief of Pollco Wm. Bradlov. Night Chlof Claronco Mltoholl. AssoBMor Elks, B. P. O. No. 738 moots at Madlsonvlllo Monday night. Jas. E. Francoway, Seoy. Visiting mombors aro cordially Invltod to attond any of thoso Lodges. CHURCHES. overy Sunday and holy day at 7:00 n. in. Second mass and preaching 9;f!0 a. m. Vespor&nnd bonodlotlou 7 p. in. Rdv. J. P. MoPnrlnnd, Pastor. Sunday-schoOitmsTiAT Giumoir. nt 9:80 a. m. Preaching overy Lord's day nt 10:45 a. m. and 7 p m. Prayer mooting ovory Wodnes. day nt 7:30 p. m. M. E. Quiruoit. Regular sorvicos third Sunday at 1 1 a. in. and 7 :30 p.m. Prayer mooting Wednesday ovonlng at 7:30. Sunday-schoat 9:80 iy m. Class mooting, Hocond Sunday at ol MME. ANTONIO DE NAVAHRO (Mary Anderson). Telephone 47 Thursday. "" April 8, 1909 - ;t Prosperity Notes. Httmm t mwmH run-nin- B, Tho steel mills nt South Chicag go, Joliet and Bayviow are for the first all dopartmeuts timo in eighteen months. Representatives of the largest selling and dostributiug compa. nio8 in tho typewriter industry say that the sales for the past month are at the highest figures ever reached iu the history of tho compauios. The people are getting ready for big business. Seeding and planting largest and most comploto that Mr? James has evor employed and is hoadod by that clovor nnd protty Aplne James who lends additional charm to the presentation by her dainty and sympathetic Interpretation of "Solvelg" the faithful sweotheart. An orchestra increased to graud opora proportions will play suite, and also Grieg's "Poor other characteristic music by the same great Norwegian composer. In tho rolo of "Peor Gynt" Louis James has reached the htghost attainment he has achieved as an actor, and Is said to duplicate the success bestowed upon his worthy preac-tro- ss p, tf . jot the Great Northern .Railroad, . ... Here acres will be says: A large audience greeted the first appearance of the Moredock planted by American farmers. A; Watson's famous lady mlnstrols at tho opera house last night aud all Washington, April 8. "Ifjthe were highly pleased with the perforis clean and remance. tariff is given prompt attention fined and The show the patronage of deserves and this year's crops are good the best people of our city. there should be a return of the The Lady Minstrels will be at TemWholesome conditions of 1905 ple Theatre Monday niglt April 12. 1006," said. James J. Hill, head and other agricultural now going on in this country at the other many features. the rate of two million acres a Seats may now be reserved by day. It is estimated by best au- mall. Prices $1.50 to 50c. thorities that in less than oue The Lady Minstrels. hundred days work, from tho beginning of March to the end of The Hopklnsvllle Kentucklan 200,500,000 decessor. Owing to the immensity of tho production and length of performance tho musical prelude will commence promptly at 8:10 o'clock. It Is doemed advisable for everyono to be seated beforo the orchestra begins of grains as the music is as ossentlal to the crops is onjoyment of tho evening as any of June, today, normal conditions should be restored surely rather than swiftly." "it is best .... that NEW LUMBER COMPANY. Barnelt, Oldham and Davis Incorporate the Planter's Lumber Co. imisicnl jirograms you have in Tho Xcw York city quite surprise hip. The music of the iipw school of French compowra which has Inkcn London by storm doesn't scorn to bo known hero nt nil. Only the other day I wont to a "musical morn-in,- '" at tho Waldorf, and there were the same old name on the programs that 1 remember from girlhood Bach and Haydn and ttrnhms and Bccthoron. Of course these classics will always live, and wo could not do without thorn; but it is a pity that Xcw York should not know of the great things which arc being done by the young French composers. It will know them soon, I warrant you, for I know New York; but it scorns incredible that slow England should be a year or two in advance of you in musical matters. It is absolutely now and wonderful, this French music, attempting things never beforo striven for by the composers. It has no sustained melody, one can't remember it, but it makes you see pictured of things in nature. Your ears become eyes, and thU music rereals to you In a flash the vision of the sunshine on the leaves in tho wood and tho. still pool in the shadow. It paints in your mind the heavo of the great ocean clouds of a summer day. Really, against the sunset and the piled-u- p you must pardon mo if I seem to be talking hysterically, but this new music is most enthralling. "We, my husband and T and all our friends, ore quite beside ourselves over it. Indeed, some of these young composers are even trying to express in music the feeling of desperation youhavo when you try to describe a scene whose beauty is beyond your words. Now, really, all that docs sound absurd, but it isn't. I'll tell you an experience. I had laughed at the idea of this new music, just as you are probably doing inside yourself this minute. But one day I was writing in my little Jacobean study on ono side of the hall and my husband waB at the piano in his Tudor den on the other side. lie was improvising after the new French idea, and I thought I would try to iraagino the scene he was trying to put into music. Presently I called across the hall: "Tony, shall I describe the picture you have in your mind ?' "Yes," said he, eagerly. So I told him he was thinking of a hillside with two dark rows of trees upon its face and storm-clougathering. And sure enough, that was just tho picture he was trying to draw from the keys of the piano. It was almost uncanny. It is odd and strange, this music, and at first you don't liko it. Some of the pieces have a way of stopping right in tho middle of a phrase, a3 it were; and it isn't till you hear them a second or inaybo a third time that you see the picture. But then it is very beautiful. ds City Clerk Paul P. Prlco. Treasurer Frank 11. Arnold. City Physician W. K. Nhbor. City Enirlnotr F. J). Rash. Stroet CommlBslonor-Ito- bt. Wood Counollmon Jno. Jl, Atkinson, MndlRon Oldlinin, H. C. Ilourlaud, Ii. II. O'llrloii, Cloo. C. Atkinson, Thos. Jllalr. Mooting night flm Monday night In oaoh month. School Trnsteo Paul M. Moore, Hoard of Honlth Ed M. Trnhorn Jno. X, Taylor, Curtis II. Johnson, M.D. Postmnstor Chas. Cowell. Tax Cathomo Cmmoii. First mass ol 10:30 LODGES. Masonic Lodge E. W. Turner, No. C48 moots 1st. and 3rd. Fridays in oach month. Jkssk PiriLLirs, Sec. Victoria Lodgo, No. 84, K. of P. meets ovory Monday and Thursday nights. Visitors weloomo. K. of It. aud S. Hopkins Lodgo, A. O. U. W. No. Gfll meets evory Thursday night. Y. Q. WaiiKkk, Soc. Goldon Cross Lodge, Earlington, No. 625 moots 1st. and 3rd, Saturday night iu oaoh month. Mrs. M. B. Lono, Soo. Degree of Honor, No. 10 moots 2nd aud 4th Saturday nights in oach month. Miss Likzik Huff, Sec. Bon Hur Lodgo, Earlington Court, No. 65 moots overy 2nd and 4th Friday night nt now Victory Hall. EUNK8T NBWTOtf, prosldont. Moots every Sunday evening at 0:45 p. m. at tho Mothodlst Episcopal Church, South All aro wolcomo. M. E. Ohuhok, South. Rov. W. C. Brandon, pastor. Sorvioes on ovory Sunday nt 11 n. in. and 7:80 p. m. Sunday sohool nt 9:30 a. in. Prayor mooting, Wednosday evenings at 7:30 o'clock. Epworth Longuo, ovory Sunday evening at 0:45. Ladies' Aid Sooioty ovory Monday aftornoon. Ofllolal Board mooting Monday nftor flm Sunday lu oach mouth. Epworth a.m. Rov.J. H.Embry, pastor League J. S. Han-cook, Proaohlng tho fourth Sunday At 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in. and tho preceding Saturday night. Church mootinic Saturdny night beforo tho 4th Sunday. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Prayor mooting overy Monday night At 7:80. Rov. 0, H. Grigaon, Pastor. Sorvicos Saturday night before tho first Sunday in each month At 7:80 p. m. Prayer mooting Friday evon-tu- g at 7:30. Rov. Bumpus, paBtor. Missionary Baptist Chukoh 41 j ri .. Generaii Baptist CiiOROir. i p.m., llrstSundayatlla.nl. and 7:30 John Wand, Scribe. Standwaito, Tribo No. G7,Rod Mou moots evory Friday sleep. CkAUDK Long, Seo. Woodmon of the World, Catalpa Camp No. 301 meets ovory Monday night. All mombors aro earnestly requested to bo tliero. J. S. Hancock, Clerk. Modorn Woodmen of the World. No. 11992 ineots evory Wednesday. Y. Q. Wai.kkk, Sdc. Klub Kentuck open all hours. Business mooting 2nd Tuesday in each month. C. L. 3:30 Presbyterian Chdrcii Hko Thursday Rogular la.7:30 p. sorvicos first Sunday at at and third school each Sunday morula;- nt 9:30 p.m. in oach month. -Sunday in. o'clock. Advice from Ancient Sane. inriii hIiouIJ not -- efusy kindness Heroilonis. A Tvfeo No Place for Plcnla. Siamese Jungle Is described as a forest of flsli bonks and knl-e- s lacal ogether with barbed wiro." A Asiniv, Sec. j tjj ' the largest plow factory in the world will be built within a short time by the B. F. fAvery & Sons company on a plot ground thirty-fiv- e acres in ex- in the Southern section of rent )' he city. Plans for the building j vare novv Dein8 prepared and the mj stockholders have authorized an I issue of securities to cover the What will be Hopkinsvillle, Ky., April 2. Planters' Lumber Company was incorporated by the filing of articles here today. The incorpo- if rators are W. S. Barnett, Lee Oldham and OUie Davis aud the capital stock is $20,000. This company recently bought tho plant of the Hopkinsville Lumber company. TINDER THE KUKLUX LAW. Proposed lo Prosecute Ihe Accused mingham Night Riders. Bir- The Art There is always a beginning and an ending to a comedy that each in their way represent the author's most heroic strug- rrloa v in lw funnv. A "nlrn mitsf. hnvn a. I? it VfiirnflnRpR it" iliLb'Uuuu was rjougiu. aj"evorai months ago. K' ;m:,s nf p.nnflfrtMtp.t'infr Mi -- a'n aw .",-- tir.i ' 'fa I1" , w .; -UCUIKIUI iVULCO. LouUJamei Coming to Naaaville. d Tho coming of Louis James to the IVendome Theatre, Nashville, as the Lig Spectacular dramatic offering jnx theSrplng Festival, Monday and Wod Tuesday, April 19 and 20, with in his latest ind said to be the greatest tnuinpn . y. IT i. .i i: reer uync nan arouseu me most ; piarf ed entnusiasm among all who cftre familiar with this marvolously Mji4 ArtnftVI! groat comedy. Ibsen t ffiJUUOBaiui iioarly always a pessimist, Is in Jkl(Peer Gynt" an optimist, for the mjieme of tho play is one emanolpa- ' Tyon and the power of love. Tho Jaracter of "Peor Gynt" Is a young irwegian Mountaineer, wlio has "4 A.ntastio notions oi uib Kiugiyquau- les; ho loaves his homo aud his ove, on uis worm conquest lor a aiserdom. But after he achieves 6ill world success on tho plane of his Hellish ambitious, liappinesa and tontent still elude him, until he re igns to his mountain home and is nolvnrt Into tllA firms nf tlln mipn fimau, 'Solvelg" who has kept her (jartopen for him throughout at- . Paducah, Ky., April a. It is reported that attorneys for the plaintiffs in the Birmingham raid cases have consulted Judge DeRelb about prosecuting the raiders iu the Federal Court under the kuklux law which is still in effect. , The Birmingham raid was made ou negroes. i. . A. Most Valuable Agent. scenes.whloh employs faries Imps inin!iryrufel ronnie. an rlirofcnrw n acute cougns M) fM ' ,r W I' ?Hri' nf IUulS'orweglau folklore called Trolls) ttlshotsaeuecuve.' ills In tho llnKerln coughs, or those of long standing, 'Knd Invisible characters, "Peer hang-oeven Uynt" In many respects recalls lungs,when accompanied by bleeding from that It has performed IU most jPaust" and "Rip Van Winkle" by xnaryolous cures. ? Prof. Iflnloy Elllngwood, M. D.,of u. ,iiu QuiuuJt ii 1 uuwuao Mod. College., Chicago, says ot Ajral beings with mortals. Iu scomc Indy6pepslaltorveionexrllentturioA. lOnaorH jsaurpauseH auyiniug our lfolillne a axed quantity ot the poroxldo t odern stage has known, a credit hydiwen In kolutlon. It U onu ot tho beht miuutacturrd iiixjducts of thu irrbont tlmo In uo to Richard ".lanslleld vrbo first lu action upon cntueblvil, Ulsordercil 1 If thero U ulcuratlou or ca1 .rnrlimnd "Peer Gvnt" 111 rCiU'Ilsh. tarrhal eastrltU (catarrhal InUammatloR o' a most cfllrfent prci)ratloa. nld. whose production Mr. Jamos ttomach), U Is relieve many t pyrosis Ulyceilne will Asplays here in Its original massivo (liortburn) and exoessivu eabtrio (ktomach) acidity.1 LSinploteuess. Tho bcouqs laid In Oof den Medical Discovery" enriches and pimples, puriUes Xirwayand the ehlpwreok in the eruptions,the blood curlnir blotches, old sores. goms of the sceuio or ulcors. scrofulous kwclllnci and l!arthSoaare K, TM V. Vieree, 6end 1,l8t's conception and the stage for (ruoto Dr. B. toiutib' an of lluffalo. nuu-- o apout me booklet Kvdlarnal riMts cytittoliit Ujw. woaaurtul v; names bkiu, rue cast is the buhUcIuo. Thero Is no alcohol IuIU s.s- n The glycerine employed In Dr. Pierce's medicines greatly enhances tho medicinal properties which it extracts from native medicinal roots and holds in solution much better than alcohol would. It also possesses medicinal properties of Its own, being a valuablo demulcent, nutritive, antiseptic and antlfermont. It adds greatly to tho efficacy of tho Black Cherry-barBloodroot, Goldon Seal root, Stono root and Queen's root, contained In Golden Medical Discovery " In subduing chronic, or lingering coughs, bronchial, throat and lung affections, for all of which those agents are recommended by standard medical authorities. In all cases where thero It a wasting away of flash, loss ot appetite, with weak stomatft, at In the early stages of there can be no doubt that glycerineacts as a valuablo nutritive and aids no (Jpldcn Seal root. Stone root, ueoh!s rott and Black Cherrybark In - Alge-tlo- n and building up the SromtWnjnnnl ah is tiuioli of 'Peer Ovn.t1 controlling tho cough ) .n afnrir la with sIa.- and brlniviff about a healthy condition Vt ! WIMMMMIWM IU of the wfilo system. Of course, It must humor aud abuudaut satlro not be ofiMcted to work miracles. It will ofcions Vtid at time the author gives Ills im- - not euro iransumptlon except in Its earlier crw ii. y Hlnatlou free rein in most fautast-rt- j Stage,hariK-rrn- . willclirnnli; VfTY ffyprp. nnyi. rnngM. bronchial nalo. k, dtrtfi-Altaor1 VW-V7 t,,, Ben-net- oi , cast-so- 7 and serious has been the labor of it all. Humor has had its pinafore days, and I fancy they aro quite over. The clown in the circus is still a dear old knock-aboreminiscence of a bygone period in our By CLYDE FITCH. American JUrwrlfht. early growth. We still go to the circus because it has the truest influence in the psychology of humor. Quite unnecessarily it makes us hold our breath, our eyes , bulge and our sides crack alternately. The ingredients' of farce comedy were originally mixed by some skillful observer of the way a circus performance aimed to astonish and delight audiences, I am sure It is a serious business, when you come to realize that tlie American audience, though at once the most appreciative, is the most exacting audience for the realism of humor in the world'. The jokes must be new. .There is no sentimental regard for the jokes of one's ancestors in America. Then, again, tho jokes must not be repeated. Onco is enough for one joke in an evening for Americans. The comedy situations must r, be plausible, while burlesque is' almost a natural element of American it does not belong in tho legitimate comedy that is presented in first-clawho have tho gift of interpreting theaters. Modern clever lines can no longer rely upon the grimacing of these past days of has grown up to bo a big, pinafore humor. Comedy in America spontaneous, daring presence in the theater, bordering upon fun as a pretext only for a lesson in morals to the masses. The vaudeville stage, .emerging with surprising precocity into the dignity of occasionally delicate effect in lines of character, still contributes the largest share of burlesque, and hearty laughs to vast audiences of women tremendously bored with tho subtleties they aspire to but do not understand. l'olite comedy, With its teacup apjieal to tho undramatic, sensitive audicuccs, who prido themselves ujjpn mannerly humor, upon the smiles that one feels rather than sees, has not yet reached its own in America. Wit is a thing that eithor stabs the heart or stimulates the mcutal attributes-.!) dofoiiseless victims, but humor is a broad Blap on tho back or a ntidgo iu ho ribs, that causes an indescribable sensation of pleasure and amusement. There is a brutality about the comio germ, if you let it have its own way, thnt bus caused revolution and national unrest in past history, that may repeat UEclf; but tho American comedy is a joke with no particular nature, oxcopt to stab the tired and overworked men and women of American life with a sharp, quick jab at their sonso of puro fun. The comic gorm has kept pace with the rapidity sf progress iu American knowledge of world-wid- e scnso of humor, it has banished, certain typos and antiquated jokos forcvor. Tho fat Gorman, tho idiotic Englishman, the oxeitublu Frouchiniin, have all modified their stage destinies to meet tho facts that they established in tho minds of tho Amorican people. The thuuuolvus have adapted, much to thair own personal ploasuro, a legitimate interpretation of character oloto to lifu prostiiitmcnts, aud tho authors who grow gray in their service to make audiences laugh are facing the neewssity of writing comedies that art" natural, nilligr than strained Qf burlesque hunigr. ut the Laugh Maker OI I point to it, and the sharper tho pbint in a well-co- n tnveu comic scene tho more terrible Perfumery We have the most complete line of Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Soaps, etc., in the city of Earlington." Also 4 m A Paints Varnishes, Cutlery, Drugs, Medicines and everything drug carried in a first-clas- s store. Our Prescription De partment is complete. Pre scriptions filled promptly and accurately by the most competent men the tinies afford. ia hu-ho- ss laugh-make- rs to-d-ay 1 &, St Bernard Mining Incorporated , r laugh-iuako- rs Drug Department. i$M& m $8mmm Remember us For Job Work i& Sf :3f v yr 4 , I n 'I Xis New Fishes In the 8ea. 8lgnals That Carry Fa A, t In a communication to tho Royal So wnen an African chlof of, Tlmo 01 nrrlvnl of trains paBBlng Ijerlan clciy of Queensland, Douglas Ogllby through and depnrturo o( trains In andtribes la ready to bojHrlii requires extra ftssldthnl JWaysI records the discovery of ono now go originating nt Enrlington. Popular Mechanics, ho noil uhcwafoL bus and seven new species of fish. Effective Sunday, Doo , 20, 1008. nil tribesmen drumming. TU1 uuoatfSi Among theso are slender dog shark, NOJlTlt HOUND, liugo kettledrum garfMRklol Howo's necdlo fish, mado JTo. 02 7.05n. in. stretched on a calabash and1 alsmall fish, the somber leather Jacket and No. 70 8.10 n. in. Bide. drum. Tho sound of thoHrum others. 11.27 n. in. No. 62 mlng carries a great dlstanco, and laHo. iU 0.67 n. in. borers como In from all directions. Words to Freeze tho Soul. No. i0 7.07 p, in. No. 54 11.27 p. in. "Your son hns Consumption. His case Is hopeless." Theso appalling ROUT1I HOUND. Tho Richest Man in tho World. words woeo sookofi to Geo. E. 4.0(1 ft. m. No. fcl loading nierchnnt of Spring-fielTlio richest nimi In tho world cnn Wo, 95 8.88 ft. in. N. C. by two exhort doctor- snot hnvo his kidneys replncud nor 41 No. 8.20 n.tr.. llvo without thorn, so tt Is Important one iiinur BpnciniiBt. Then waB 4.20 p. in. No. 61 not to nejrleut thoso organs. If shown tho wonderful power of Dr, ; (1.15 p. in. No. 00. . Kldnuy Ouro is tnkon nt tho King's Now Discovery. "After 10. m p. in. No. 0.1 llrHt Bljrti of danger, tho symptoms threo weeks ubo," writes Mr. Blev- INTEIUJIinAN TltAINS. will disappear mid your health will mib, "ho was as well as over. I NOllTII HOUND. he restored, as It strengthens and would not tako all tho money in the 7.80 ft. in. htillds up those organs iih nothing world for what It did for my hoy." No. 102 olso will. Oscar Bowman, Lehnnou, Infallible for Coughs and Colds, its No. 101 f. 9.20 ft. in. 11.00 n. in. No. 100 Ky., writes: "I hnvo usotl Foley's too aaiest, surest euro or desperate 2.0J1 p. in. Kidney Curo and tnko great pleas Lung diseases on onrth. 50c und $1 No. 10S 5.04 p. in. ure in suuim: it cured mo Derma- - nt nil lending druggists. Guarnnteo No. 110 neiitly of kidney dlscftso, which satisfaction. Trial bottle freo. BOUTir HOUND. would hnvo cost me my llfo." 8.10 a. m. No. 103 Sold by St. Bernard Mining Co., Pygmies of East Africa. 0.58 a. in. No. 105 Incorporated, drug depnrtment. Tho thick forest along the banks of 12.45 p. in. No. 107 tho Somllkl, In eastern Africa, Is No. 109 a.20p. in. , Wasting Letters. No. Ill 5.66 p.m. We have only a fow letters In tho densely Inhabited by pygmies. They alphabet, yet many persist In wasting are cannibals, and when pressed for food exchango their children for thoso them. Hera comoa M. Fflouron, .1. R. TIME CARD. Lloyd, Mr. Brentt, Mr. Llewellyn, Mr. of other families. Thoy refuse to eat Mr. numbers of their own families. Porscey, Mr. WHIcocks, Mr. Hammers-lelghV L. & N. TIME CARD. f muci i MI1 . 4 i: ir C.R. Time of doparturo of IIUiioIb trains from Nortonvllle, Ky. No. No. No. NOKTII BOUND. 102 1.23 p.m. 104 :. 8,34 n. m. 122, tooalpnss.10.35 a m. 1 :28 p. 100, local SOUTn B H ND No. No. No. No. t No. 101 103 121, 105 local pass. 1.28 p.m. looal fr't.. 8.40 a. m. '..... 1.48n.ra. 4.A,p.iu. New Oliver No. 5 Sets Swiftest Pace Ever Known in Typewriter Selling. Tho wondorfu now modol, Oliver No. 5, has takon the markot by storm. Its recoptlou by tho public has ox- iceeded Inenthusi-nBU- i D,TaW2M sjp La? naswKwti to speak. Oliver No. 5 fairly bristloB with tiew aud exclusive) features. We have spaco to mention only a fow of tho more importat ones. Disappearing indicator shows exact printing point. Balanco Shifting Mechnnisar avos operative effort. Lino Ruling Device is fine Tor tabulated work. Double Roloase doubles timo-nnd-BavI- Employers and stenographers alike hnvo wolcomod it as tho otio iiiftchluo that miBwers tho multipli ed noea or tno nour. Tho cry Is for Speodl Speod! 3peodI and tho Oliver responds. Tho demand for Durability is tillOliver. ed by tho sturdy, stoel-ola- d To a call for a writing mnohino aud bowels without Irritating these that will do many things and do each orgauB liko pills and ordinary cathartics. It oures indigestion and of thorn equally well, tho Oliver Sick, head do ho and oroiiic constipaanswers with Its unexampled versation. Orluo Laxative Fruit. Syrup tility. nauseate Its visible writing oaves tho doos not ploasaut or gripe and is mild aud to take. Rofttfo strain on eye and brain. Its legibility lends beauty to Us substitutes. Sold by St. Bernard Minlnc r.r,.. work. Tho lottors thnt bear tho Oliver imprint are the lottors thutseen Incorporated, drug department. M dad dared to anticipate anything wo Wisdom. Timber Too Wldolv Scattered. Wisdom docs not show Itself so Whllo there Is an abundanco of bu!j much In precopt as in life In a firm, Rblo tlmbor In Brazil, It Is difficult tat Almost Impossible to Impose Upon ncss of mind and mastery of nppetito. find many districts whore tho troo Handlera Money. It teaches us to do, as well as to talk; sultablo for lumber aro close enough, Incidentally it Is foresting to note and to mako our actions and words all together for profitable work. Transthat tho skill whicli enables one to de- - of a color. Soneca. portation causes much difficulty, oftea tect a counterfeit comes not from a making It lmposslblo to transport logs) study of counterfeits, but from a thorNotice to our Customers. to a mill or lumber to a market ough and unconscious familiarity with Vo aro pleased to nnnounco thnt tho genuine. If a man woro pointed roioy s rionoy unci Tar for coughs, Up Beforo the Bar. out to you and you woro told that some colds and lung troublos is not nifoc N. H. Brown, nn nttornoy, of I'lttS-(lol- d, ted by the National l'uro Food and day anothor who much resembled him Vt., usotl Blov-ons,- ft Drug lawns it contains no opiates Dr. King's writes: ')Vo havo years Now Llfo Pills for would try to impose unon you. you or d, other harmful drugs, aud we mid find them such a good family woum do protty apt to fix his features it ns a safo remedy for modlclno wo wouldn't bo without In your mind; you would not spend children and adults. them." For Chills, Constipation, any tlrao looking at other people who 'a Sold by St. Bomard Mining Co., Biliousness or Sick Headache they Iookod something like him, would you? Incorporated, drug department. work wonders. And tho momont the impostor ap2Tic nt all lending druggists. peared you would note that In this, that or tho other particular he failed Bicycle for the Blind. to meet tho details of tho other man's Make the Best of Things. An Englishman has lnvonted a bicyfaco and figure. Just bo it is in tho cle for tho blind. In reality, It Is a A jolly tompor is not the sign ot detection of counterfeits. A skillful multi-cycle- , carrying 12 rldors, led by an empty bead. Decoino a philosopher tellor In a bank, counting money rap-Idl- n seolng person, who does the and skip over troubles and never cross bridges beforo you reach them. will involuntarily throw out a note which In tho slightest degree departs from tho Mr. F. G. Frlttz. Onoonta. N. Y.. pattern A Card. writes: "My little girl wnB greatly which Ir so strongly impressed on his This is to certiOy that benefitted by Rental vision. That involuntary act aro authorized td refundall druggists Laxntive, and tnkiug Foley's Omo your monI think It is the best will nearly always prove to have been Foloy'B Honour and Tar fails remedy for constipation and livery justified, for tho bill In 19 cases out of ey ifcuro your cough, to heals the trouble." Foley's Orino Laxative ir 20 will prove to be a counterfeit. It Is lungs and prevents serious results best for women and children, as it because of this fact that when a re- from a cold. Cures la grlppo cough Is mild, pleasant and efTeotlve, and, quest is received from somo ono to and prevontB pnoumonln and con- is a splendod spring mediolno, as it, t, lo&a him a collection ot counterfeits stipation, Conta'ns no opiates. oloanses the Bystem and clears the. Mr. Mavgonnlgajo, Mr. Maccrao, The gonuine is In a yellow package. complexion. Miss Carrollyne Wsdles, MIib Mnou-landAll nations aro endeavoring to for the iastructlon of his cashiers, he Refuse substitute. Sold by St. Bernard Drug Storo, Georges Kheller, otc N. Y. oheok tho ravages of consumption, is kavisea to nave tno young moa Sold by St. Bernard drug store , Incorporated. study the genuine carefully, and there -mo wuiin piague" mat claims so mauy victims oach year. Foloy's will be no trouble in detecting tho bad Iucorporated. .nonoy ana Tar cures coughs and notes. National Maculae. Character Easily Determined. Cured Hemorrhages of the Lungs. colds porfectly and you are Dependant Only on Itself. Tell me with whom thou art tomt, 'Several yenrs sltico my lungs dangor of constipation. A. A. In no Her- True dignity is never gained by and I will tell thee who thou were so badly nlfeotod that I had reu, J? Inch, Ark., writes: BOY ROSE TO THE SITUATION. "I place and never lost when honors art many Hemorrhages," writes A, M. that Foley's Honey rind Tarknow has ako. or woou. ind. "I tonic trnnt. curod constipation in the early sta- Quick Wit and Intelligence Displayed withdrawn. Massinger. headache? mont with sovornl physicians with- ges." Keel Languid, weak, risk your health by ' by Youngster. out any benefit. I thou started to taking Donnot unkown preparation Stop earache In tiro minuets; toothache or stomach "off"? just a plain case of laz liver some tnko Foley's Honey und Tar, and when Foley's Burdock Wood Bitters tones liver and stomach or minuets; safe ills parents aro convinced that Clar- pain oneburn or scalds In five hour ; torehoarto- - promotes digestion, purifies the blood. my lungs aro now as sound as a bul- and certain in Honey and Tar Is Folthroat ,ejs hoar; muscteacbe two results. Ask for ence will bo a great man; tho only twelve hours Dr. Thomas Blectrlc OH, monlet. 1 reccotnmond it In advanced ey's Honey stages of lung troublo." Foloy'B having it. and Tar and Insist upon doubt Is whether It will be as a states- arch or pain. ' Views Hard to Condense. Honey and Tar stops tho cough and man or scientist. Ho Is only four Sold by St. The man with broad views of life heals tho lungs, aud prevents seri- Incorporated. Bernard drug store, years old, and their confidence is Ferocious. cannot condense them into tho narrow ous results from a cold. Refuso based largely on one Incident Tho It Isn't safe to Judge by appearanoes. confines of the home. substitutes. boy never told of it, and It would have The man who acts ferodouB abroad Objectionable. Sold by St. Bernard Mining Co., "I wouldn' objeck to do man dat been lost to history If a neighbor had may be as meek as a Iamb at homo. Incorporated, drug department. Soothes itching skin. Heals cuts or burns Chicago Dally News. keeps talkln' all do ' time," said not been a chance witness. without a scar. Cnres'piles, externa salt rhnm, Uncle Eben, "It ho didn' insis' on Clarence lives In the suburbs, and any itching, Doan's Ointment. Your druggist Revelations of Color. th'owln' in a question every ten min has a cat and kittens. One day he ( sells It , Colors toll a lalo. Feminine Division of Labor. shows a painful affection for utes or so dat you'a got to answer to went Into the yard next door with ono A Sign. A man's better-hal- t lays down tho musty blacks, for sickly fawns and show you's keopin' awako." Washing-to- n of tho little on.es to play. There was a When a woman says sho "has hor big pile of brushwood here, and he rules in tho house, but allows her hus- Binsnlolnnn" If in n afirn thnt nhn la toM- Star. growsomo grays. Thoso of overflowI shoved his pet into a hole in this. band to lay down the carpets. ing vitality, on tho other hand, love ling to share them wltb, other peoplo. She crawled so far back that all his efbright colors orange, scarlet and Passed Examination Successfully. forts to get her out were vain. bluo. Peoplo of amiable, but rather James Donahuo, New Britnin. Had he been a man he would have indoflnlto character, show a decided Conn., writes: "I tried several preference for palo shadowy shades kidney remedies, nud waB treated pulled tho pllo of brush apart, but palo-blupalo-plnby our best physicians for diabetes, lacking strength for this he resorted whito or cream. but did not lmprovo until I took to cunning. Running home, he soon Gentlewoman. London. Foley's Kidnoy Remedy. After tho returned with the mother cat. Ho second bottle shoved her into the hole after her offStomach and liver Troublo Cured. ment nud flvo I showed improvebottles Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures dletely. I hnvo slnco cured me com. spring, and she soon came out with stomach and livery troublo as It aids examination for lifepassed a rigid the little one betweon her teeth. Q0 digestion, and stimulates tho liver Foley's Kidnoy Remedy Insurance." once bore them both home In triumph, cures backNOTEO AD SB? EASIL.V DETECTED. long-boake- d Fo-loy- cer-tftin- ly well-know- n s, Fna . lug-ubrl- ty USE ST. BERNARD COAL: MinAl in Hopkins County, Kentucky, the largest coal producing county in the State.. This Company operates Incorporated. -t- ache and all forms ot kidney and bladder trouble. Sold by St. Bernard Drug Store, 4- A Queen's Will. r&MEmmiti " i t' conyo-ulonc- e. Non-VIbratl- stability. Yot with all ot thoso ad- -' ded improvements, wo have still further simplified the Olivor-tbsyfuslng brains with metal. j vuvur avi u ih h ureaui come true rthe dream of Thomas Oliver crv- ..talllzed Into this wonderful mnnh. 'danism of shining stee'l that embod- les very possible requirement of a smortect writing mnahine. jf Ask the nearest Oliver agout for a ,i." dTroo Demonstration of Oliver No. 5. Or send for The Oliver Book yours for a postal. The Oliver Typewriter Company, The Oliver Typownter Building. Chicago, III. V Rheumatic Remedy KILL the COUGH the n Fla., writes: "I was sick for a month with chills and fover, aud Don't Put Off after taking two bottles of Herblue Hard Life of Arctic Sealer. for tomorrow what you can do to- - am well and healthy." The Arctic sealer endures a hard Sold by St. Bernard drug store, V J1 ??uRut oir by'uR a bottle llfo. ' Sealing does not consist only of of Ballard's Snow Liniment, when Incorporated. hurrltd scrambling over Ice, and fierce that pain corner you wpu't have any, buy a bottle today. A positive breathless battling afterwards. There Conservation. cure for Rhoumatlsoii, Burns, Cuts, are The resources ot the earth are the most many hardships td endure. The Sprains. Contraatnd Mntnino common typo of Arctic T. S. Graham, Prairie Grove, Ark.l basis of our national wealth. By means Is a dense, lung clogging tog, weather with a writes' ! wish to thauk vou for tho of them alone, In matorlal things, rasp of cold that is enough to freeze good results I received from Snow comes leadership among tho nations. Liniment. It positively cured me Tho conservation movement now fully a glowlnr furnace. This foe raav ha ,.R.n..umat,Bm ftfter others had under way embraces the forest move- diversified with cruel blizzards of saow, borne on the wings of the failed." ment as Sold by St. Bomard Drug Store. divisions. ono of Us sources and great constant gales. Once the snow passes Thus the cause of forest come sleet and Incorporated. rain conservation throughout Ahe country cold as lco. Misery rain that Is as prevails greatly has won a powerful ally and a more ef- among Work of Humorous Mason. the crows of Arctic sealers, for fective Bupport for tho work that lies In LIchfMd (Eng.) cathedral tie centhe dampness and the cold soon sap tral pillar of the chapter-housaud the Just beforo us. Clifford PlnchotlnNow tho stoutest constitutions. clustered shafts and vaulting ribs England Magazine. which spread from It aro very Quo speWhistling Sign of Contempt. Good Judgement I T lottnd trlfd end tatted curs (or Bheo. cimens of early English work. One of A Moroccan shows his contempt of pillars contains the quaint design itutUml Not ramadr tluit wUl (tralfhteatbt the Is tho essential characteristic of anything by whistling. A conflict bedttortd Umbi o( chronic criptlM, nor turn boar ,Towtns Uck to flesh anlo. Th It impotilbla. of a cat with a niouso in Its mouth. It meu nud woman. Invaluable to tween tribesmen and a battalion of Bui I oan now tunlr kill tho slas and panes of is supposed to havo been executed In good business mou and necessary to French troops was recently precipitalt dtplorftblt dlieaaa. , In atrronr with fltaalit In th City of a humorous spirit by one of tho ma- housewivss. A woman shows good Dtrautadt I found the Ust Ingredient with sons, who, so for as the stone permit- JudgeniBiit when sho buys White's tated by tho whistling of a locomo-tlvwhich Dr. Snoop's KheumaUo Remedy wmi made ted, mado It quite reulistie. Cream Vormlfugo for her baby. The near on a railway being constructed k perfected, dependable prescription. Without Casablanca. "The giaours are that UK lnf rcdlent. I luocMuullr treated mahr. bust worm modicinoever otfered to taanr cum ot Rheumatism l but now, at lait. It ont. Muny indeed aro the laughing at us," said a chieftain, mothors, eaves ot this heretofore lorailr cures all curable Indigestion. sensible mothers, who write ex when the construction engine gave a much dreaded disease. Those rranular wastel.fOffiudlnHhsumatie Blood (eemtodlstoWs Its companions, heartburn, pressing their gratitude for tho good toot to warn the natives at work on With and pats away under the action ol this remedr as (reelr as does surar when added to pure water. llatulouce, torpidity ot the liver, health of their ohlldrnn, which they the line to look out. The Arabs went And into, whan dtoolYedthese poisonous wattes constipation, palpitation of tho owo to tho use of White's, Cream wild, mounted their horses, and rode Ireelr past from the system, and the cause of heart, poor blood on tho whistling enemy. They had to headache and Vertnlfugo. Rheumatism Is tone foroTer. There Is now no Sold by St. Bernard Drug Storq, bo calmed with the whistling of riflo teal nted no Actual excuse to toller lonier with-t- other nervous symptoms, sallow hslp. We mU, and In ooafldanot recommend skin, foul (oiiguo, olfenslvo breath Iticorported. balls. aud a legion of other ailments, is at ouce the most widespread aud deGrass of Great Strength. Bobby's Unfortunate Delay. structive malady among the Ameri grass A steel-likgrows can people. The Herbluu treatment tho volcanic slopes of which Algeria on He was five years old. On this Oran, Is will ouro all Ueso troubles. &uo so olastlc and strong that It can 'bo particular day mother had dressed bottle. him by St. Bernard drug store, used Instead of springs In the manufac- 'muchwith unusual care and was very Sold displeased to have htm .come in ture ot furniture. Iucorporated, wlthcloth1ng:dlrty and torn. She had so often told him he must take his Swept Over Niagara. No Will and No Way. own part Jn tho boys' scraps fight, This terrible calamity often linn- Folks as liava no mind to be o uso pens becauso a careless boatman should the occasion demand it. This tho luck to bo out do. and CURE LUNGS have always thero's unything too' tho iguoroB the rler'B warnings grow- lie would not him. And now she Intendroad when be ing rlpplos and faster our rent Na- ed to punish douo. deorgo Eliot. Hob became very Indignant and tures warnings are kind. That uull WITH palu or nohe In tho back warns you iid. "Well, mamma, I Just told the I'd Bather Die, Dootor, the Kidneys neeks attention if yon I wasn't ready light, and when than to have my foot out oil." said would escape fatal maladies Drop-B- '"got ready ho was tosettln on me." I M. L. Bingham, of Prlucevllle. III., or Bright's disease. "dutyou'll dlo from gangrenefwhlch TakeDiabetes Bitters at once and Delineator. Elootrio had eaten away eight toeB) if you see Baokaohe lly and all your bost PHICE FAR don't, said all uoutors. Instead - he feelings returu. "After long Butterout at ii.iil Sometimes More. Tllal Battle Free I used Buoklen's Aruloa Salvo OLDS till ing from weak kidneys and lame "I see that a New York professor AHU ALL THROAT AND IUNQ TROUBLES. wholly cured. Its euros ot Kczemn. back, one f 1.00 battle wholly cured bad boys with piano music." "I GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY! Fever sores, Bolls, Burns aud Piles me," wrltoe J. u. Blaukenshlp, of hopo ho bears in mind that some astounds tho world. Bolk, Tonn. OK M.QHX.X XEPUNDED. 2&o. at all leading druggists. Only 60o. at alt loading druggist planes noed reforming quite as much j t. . Htt.1 Knva .1.. pelt-ln- g Baso Insures Fan Easily Handled. A patent has been granted on a fan, the" pr'opel!cr-likblados of which aro driven through gear wheels by a lever r operated by one linger ot tho person Not for Hans, holding It. The inventor claims it obHans camo In from hia ranch Itt viates the effort needed for using the buy a horso. "I've got the very thing ordinary fall. , you want," said Iko Bergman; "It's a line road hojEge. flvo yoars old, sound IWhy as a quail, 175 cash down, and ho goes ten miles without stopping." have a torpid liver vhen Herhine, Hans threw up his hands In protest. tho ouly liver regulator will help you "Not for mo," he said "not for mo. you? There is uo reason why ConI wouldn't git your flvo conts for him. should snllor from Dyspepsia, stipation, Chills aud .Fever or nnv I live eight mllos out, und I'd half to liver complaints, when Horblne will walk buck two miles." oureyou. F. O. Walto, WestvJlle, e ., - Queen Adelaide, the wife of William IV., was a woman of great piety and exceptional humility, which was shown Jnjhe .directions for her funeral. . "l"dle In JlAumlllty' slib wrote, "knwTntjyelTwerelll alike before the throne of (Tod, and request, therefore, that my mortal remains be con. veyed to the grave witnouT any npomp or ceremony. They are to be moved to St. George's chapel, Windsor, where J. request to have a quiet funeral. "I particularly desire not to be laid out la state, and the funeral to take place y daylight; no procession, the rotSn to be carried by sailors to the chapel. I die In peace, and wish to be carried to the tomb in peace, aud free from the w.nlties and the pomp of the world." Homo Notes. Eight Large Mines. , and produoes about in all Kentucky. one-sixt- h of all the coal mined ;Bcst Coal Steam land Domestic Purposes. For St. Bernard No. 9 Coal has come to ba recognized, through years of satisfactory uae.aajtbe standard' grade both for steam and domestlc'purposes.ln tho large territory reached by our produots. t Another point In favor of our coal Is tho fact that wo ' havo established an unimpeachable record for , V Prompt Service the Year Around. Our mines are operated moro Jdays Jin the year than any mines In Kentucky ud with an ouorj mous output a. command we ate able to glvo' e "promptest and most satisfactory service. Rheumatism e St. Bernard Coke . t& also a superior fuel and is extensively used lu baso burners and heating furnaces forjr.resldenooB or any other building that needs to bo lieatod, aud takes the place perfectly of high priced anthra-oit- o coal. TIiib coko is extensively usotl In manufactories as well and Is furnished in various rndes. o sand-lik- e If your dealer doeB pot handle our coal aud coke write to us ut St. BERNARD MINING CO. NCORPORVTED Dr. Shoop's e Home Officei Mines on Louisville Earllnton, . Ky. I Nashville and Illinois Central Railroads. THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO Dr. King's New Discovery roucHS 1 TRANSFER MONEY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FDR RATES APPLY TO LOOAL MANAQER y, C ,.' ( .. IIMBERLMD TELEPHONE coupe J rTTfMaMnWiMl uv;. MV. nr TELEGRAPH r - GO IH!f ,' '&. lV ..,. l,.! -- - K&M;t .A Hr. . jj.fj rvcs f -e HpP& mJC3U. .i..Witli.i.i .. I ri- A? - S5T" r m r - -- w following ladiOR were guests of ohildreu of tho women of today, OPENING OF IMPORTANT TOfiESTS DAMAGED tho club: Mra. O. B, Johnson COAL EQAD IN VIRGINIA. and Micro need constant caro. ind MifSOB Mary Jones of Hop- There is tho injustice and the BY PORCUPINES nsvillo ind Katherino Splll- by those Virginian Railway". Whlck Cost II. II. oppression suffered it rf."r.o now Ready it aii. Mrs. w. E. Davos and Rogers $4,000,000 women who have to make a liv U A Carrio Crenshaw won tho Singular Injury Inflicted by Quill- - ing for themselves." iXr Business. secured by fbelhio n PaciftaJ host score At tho conclu t Mrs. Mackay not ouly dofeusp Salinn, Knn., and 1,000,000 raj d Animal During Winter Mew York, April 2 The open- road tioa hnvo bocH assembleu sion ot the game brick cream nnii tho women of the '400" but Months. points out many wajs in which ing of tho Virginian Railway, ex- thero, and more are still arriving. cake were served. women of all classes can work tending from Sowolls Point, This has given riso to the preWLMtS ARE MAKING FOR EXTERMI. THANKfUL PEOPLE. towarcLcivia betterment through Norfolk, to Deepvvnter, W. Vn., sumption that tho road is about NATION OF THESE NIGHT RAIDERS. the n gently df theballot box. a dis- to start the building of a north on the Kaunwhu River, They are Found in Every Part of Earl tance of HO miles, took place to and south line from that point. Inrflon. San Francisco, April f. dny with a most auspicious cele- Supreme Court Dacldoi Against Railroad NOTICE POOLf Bishop, Inyo county, bration at Norfolk, made more Commission. Many citizen of Earlingtou have OaHornia, indicato that porcu-jpiac- a the presence of U. II. uood reason to bo thankful for s yoar to foetl notablo by April 5. Wiibhington, D. C, of Now Is tho I If tod arc seriously damaging your fowls a tinio tonic. Rogers, who personally built the pood from nchlng backs, Tho United States supreme court which theyboro lodc;epolo pi no forests of tho euros Cholora, Roup. Gapes, Canker lino nt a cost of about $10,000,-000- : patiently for yearn. unanimously enjoins tho railroad Scorns toll nnout their oxporionco Whoa fed as a and Limborncek. (Mark eaatoru slope of tho Sierras. preventive It not only keens thorn Samuel demons ot itontucicy irom publicly. Hero's a case ot It: them lay. Practically the entire area of lionlthy but mnkes no cure, no pay. Twain) and several Now York commission interfering with tho rates of tho J. H. Davis, living on Main and Trice 50 cents, tfoo 5nyo National Forest has Guatanteed by your druggists, St. financiers interested with Mr. railroads of the state. The de- Robinson St.,Earlingt6n,Ky., says: fljoen afTcutod to some extent. Bernard Mining Co., Incorporated, Rogers iu tho undertaking. Doau's Kidney Pills nt Earllnpton, and Oardlner it Bow-tne- r, cision was by Justice Peckham. "I am usingtime, Ha. uauy localities tho damaged tho present in fact, havo Just The festivities began with the Incorporated, Madisonvlllo. it undor the guarantee. Ask trees aggregate as high as 25 per Try booklet on diseases of poultry. arrival early in tho day of 025 Dispatcher Wndo loft Satur- completed my second box. I obtaino St. tceat of the total stand. While for peoplo from along thojiuc of the day for a two weok's visit to rel- ed tho remedy at tl a great Borimrd drug store and think deal of Uorbin. rthesc areas are not large, it is uew system ou a special train of atives Epworth League Program. it. I do not caro to go Into details -- evident that if something is not was ah enChicago, April 7. The Ifliuois regarding my case, but will bo glad Tho following is the program twelve coaches. It e There is one great douo to curb the attack, much of thusiastic crowd, all wearing tho Central has informed the' city to tell at any timo what vour for the Epworth League, Easter remedy did forme." Virginia colors, orange and that tho electrification of the 4he timber in hat section will Sunday, April 11th: Ami wearitg good dollies; For salo by all doalors. Prlco CO tbe killed. Two hours later Mr. suburban surface linos would n Subject: "Comforted by the white. Co., Bullalo, coins. TC&e pbreupiue feeds to a large Rogers and his guests arrived on cost $8,000,000, and require Now York, solo agontu for the Unitthat is if ye can't tiik Itisen Saviour." exteut dftHug tho winter months the Now York steamer Jeffdrsou. many changes of trackage, aud ed StatoB, 20 : 11 20, Bible lesson, Johu Remombcr tho I namft Doan's The day was filled with events much time. No mention is made trnutbo.'innor bark of the pine. Leader Pansy Rule. , ynf clothes cm. program of en- of E. II. Harrimairs suggestion and tnke no other. he travels about Tosecureithis of interest, the Opening song. the MoY,,and completely girdles The Easter story, roadiug .of tertainment for the1 visitors lu that the city boar half the exJohn McCftfferly Detwd vtha trees just above the snow cludiug an inspection of the pense. S. scripture lesson Mrs. M. A. Perjberg & Co's. Tho Colon Telegram, published at 'dinei Of course, this results in Norfolk harbor, the new VirginColon, Panama, prints a notice of Made'to-Mcatur- e ian coal piers at Sewells Point, 'tho death of the tree. The danSuit Prayer by Rev. Brandon. the death (u the Colon Hospital on ger would not beso serious but Song. largest iu the world, with a the March 18, of John McCalterty, a UMN.I Make eloquent and convincCOLORED s .for tho fact that the procupine dumping capacity into ship native of Kentucky, and well Reading by leader. ing speeches. known mining englneor. iio had seldom' makes two meals off the Tho Risen Saviour gives comof 30,000 tons a day, and, 8. K. DHIVRft, KDITOK carried on several mining operations same tree, but prefers to visit fort to the sinner Miss Sybil finally, a public recepUon to Mr. They proclaim beyond doubt and ,tho Ropuulb of iu Mbxic Mr. several trees in the course of a Ashhy. Rogers and his "guests. their excellent value in fabPanama, and he iind juut arrived &gu&. Since its habits are j$est of fioiior 'ThelEpwurtli LeaRe at tho C M. on tho Isthmus to establish his tltlo Risen Saviour gives com? Rogers will The rics, style and finish. Uqrev.to-morrehunting this animal is Jit clihdroli will render au Easter to a gold mino a. had discovered, fort to the disciples Strother at a banquet ' program Sunday. when stricken with his last illness. Nreajy difficult. The attention of As the boys say : night. Hancock. The location of the mino from 37orest Service has been call-ethe The Virginian Ra'ilwiiy, beguu Easter exorcises at tho A. fy E. which ho had "THEY'RE CLASSY!" Concerning pur friendstvho the-- . ravages of these animals in Maneli, 1802, was. completed Zlon church will bo a grand anjiir. or tho preciouB taken considerable have died, we have cQDifort metal is lost br his and plans for Feb. 17, 1909. Mor'ethau'1,000,-00- 0 Smallpox looms up occasionally death. through the Risen Savioun-Mrs- , "e'sfc flu town, but is not necessarily !trau- J Come in and look over the as.are under consideration. acres of coal lauds, u W. S. Br am well sortment of woolens wc have on Virginia have been niadeaccessi-bl- e gerous, howover disagreeable'.' .? Recitation Corine' Ashb'y display. Let in how you how to by it, aud the road hits 'openThe sermon by Rov. J. E. ToUU at "MISERY IN STOMACH. Comforted the at time of. his Humor md Philosophy the A; M. E, Zioii church last Suneconomzic and dress better. own passing from thij world is ed up a country uever before day.' It wae a splendiil sermon. By DUflCAN M. SMITH railway facilities Satisfaction or 'And Indigestion Vanishes In. Five Minutes he who kuows the living Ohrjst kiss Mellisaa O'Brien is visiting Miss Elizabeth Kemp. Money Refunded.and You Feel fine. in Chicago. BITUMINOUS dO&L WAR'. PERT PARAGRAPHS. Resurrection and life, John' 11 : David Gray was called to Prince,"' 28 :26 Edgar Majors. Many a wlso man adopts the maston, Ky , last week to attend tho Why not start now today, and Bourland & Short address nntho subject Sharp Contest Golnj on BetweeniLarje burial services of his brother-in- querade of a fool, so beware of fools. Marever rid yourself of Stomach , InteresU In Virelnfa andWf ,.1 law. . trouble and Indigestion? A dieted YrS. Bramwell. -. Mothershsad lIb. is a poor way to curry Xaror with Jm '. Invitation song, stomach gets the blues and grum- S. D. Andrews is visiting friends a man Virginia, ' - v . yourself in a deal r Jr t , .1 Coies. Give it a good eat, then take " Collection. in Omaha, Neb. with him. '. DlapepBin to start the digeBt- tape's Announcements. Bishop Smith is olf on a trin to Q. A Philadelphia, April juices working. There will be League benediction. sharp contest in the bituminous Dallas, Tex. uki dyspepsia or belching of Gas or 0 TO CHUIKM gU' -- i eructations of undigested food; no coal 'trade ik going on between Samuel Warthum la visiting his dK&JVn V flow's This? fooling like a lump of lead iu the brother in Chicago. We offer One Hundred Dollar Reward tor tny the largo interests m WostiViry f yon wantprintintfthat toaiach or heartburn, sick head- - case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's ginia Pficesf Miss 'Willie Farmer, of Madlson-ville'wand Virginia. Catarrh Cure. will combinogood pointef ache and dizziness, and your ood P.J CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. the in town the flrat'j-oWe, I'. will not ferment and poison yur tar toethe .underlined, ha.ve knownmm J.,Cbeney have been cut, and "apparently a wdok. 6 fcclly last 15 vears. ana Deiieve jftreftth with nauseouB odors. honorable In all business transactions aiiman lo.ng fight ia inevitable., atf. ancrallv able to carry out a My obliKajItns made L Tho 8?Ape'a Diapepsln costs only 50 DT DIS trouble began whoh the W. D. Tardltf, State Graud'laater irn. ARTISTIC, STRIKING, WALDINC, K1NNAN & MARVIN. -- cents for a large case at any drug Panama Canal (Jbutra'c't bids o.U. B. F., and S. M. T.,tolodgjwlll out,, city make his annual visit here, and will relieve the most Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken intemallf.ictlne store VALUABLE were opened by the government, aad lodges April 10. mucous irectlr upon p$ obstinate case of Indigestion and the system. the blood and sent frte. surfaces of TestlmouaH 'Price 75 and it was seen that some intercents per battle Sold by all Druggists TUpeet Stomach in five minutes. Abe Itonfrow, who has boon Very nans family mis tor constipation. ests had put in some- vry low There is nothing else better to take 4axe lot us figuro on it for vou. ThfiT 6cersi&ned a !cood bids. tFoe from Btomach aud cleanse tho Our work has tho extra Plant Beds Destroyed. Mre. Susio Maddox, who hap been rstomaoh and Intestines, and besides deal of badfeeltngmongiead-in- g qmW dick is able to bo outagain. touch that pays. It looks --one triangle will digest and prepare Hopkinsville, Ky., Aprif interests, andlater the New ffor assimilation into the blopd all ripht to our customers Mrs. Robert Booker is visiting tobacco plant bedshave the same as a sound, been ruined recently in Trigg River people went into Now friends in Evansvillo, Ind. jyoar food and benefits tho business. England and placed contracts for JiaJthy stomach would do it. Knights A now gown does county by being 60wn with sure aud attend the much to Increase Wliea DJapepsiu works, your more than a nnlljoil tons at ofBe Friendship Tuesday night. a tho devotional fervor of a woman. .stomach rests gets itself In, order, salt or grass soed. Iu tho greatly reduced prices. The convicinity tho beds ofT. N. has been very sleaus up and then you feel like low, but the Mrs. Sarah Osbon Being inexperienced, while not pracoatiturwhen.yod conie to the table, Wadliugton and O. R. Wadling- - tracts aro sick, Is better. tical, is pretty when it 'ii't ridicuwhat you eat will do you good. ton, ins son, were saitea. wear sellers agree to protect tho buy and lous. ers on any pncesr tnat may be PRESCRIPTIONS ASPEGIALTY Absolute rollef Irom all Stomach Binn's Mill, four miles from --Misery is waiting foryou as soon as made. People who can't work and people Notice in Bankruptcy. ;you deoido to begtu 'taking Dlapep-ait- u Cadiz, overy bed on the place of ' Tho diversion of the New Rivwho cait rest make the world a In the District Court of the United place for a normal Individual. Toll your druggist that you Elmo Jones was sown with grass X. watit Papa's Diapepsiu, bocatiBO seed, also those belongning to er peoplo was promptly met by Statos, for tho Western District of you waut to bo thoroughly cured of Buster Patterson, colored. Just the shippers of coal in the Nor- Kentucky, Owensboro Division. In Don't worry about having frieuds. Keep up your end of the Job, and you irwihjrosUoh. folk & Western region. It is Bankruptcy. across the line in Tennessee, in Iu the matter ot Bert foster a will find friends materializing. said in the trade that coal has the neighborhood of Rumpus Borrowing money lan't difficult. It low aB S$2.25. Bankrupt. 3CRS. MAOKAYWEITES IN On thlB 1st day of April A. D., Mill and Big Rwnk, the report been offered 'as Conservative peoplo admit a cut 1U09, on considering the potltion of Is returning the Hamo that is heart-WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE. OF rending. is that practically all tho plant of 25 cents per ton and say it 'is the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge beds have been ruiued. Keeps a fresh line of difficult to say just what coal can filed on tho 30th day of March A. D., It would help a lot If wo could get eallhy jNew York Woman Speaks for out an Injunction against tbe people 1009 it is ordered by the court that Pure Drugs, Drug Sun- be bought for. Woman In Current Magazine. Local Option Election for Dawon. n hoarlng bo had upon the same on who Insist on acting as If our timo dries, etc. When in the 21th day of April A. D., 1909 re wero theirs. Madisonville, Ky., April 7. Mackay, who is County Judge Wilson granted Stockholders' Meeting. Mrs. Olareuce said court "at Federal, Court need of anything in our Th Othor Oldo. president of the Equal Frauohise the petition of the votorfc of Notice is hereby giventhatthe Hall at Louisville, Ky., In Baid disTo every qutlon In dlsputo line call to sec us. There aro two lde at tout, Society, is the most prominent Dawson Springs who had asked aunual meeting of the stockhold- trict at 10 o'clock, in tho forenoon, Ona facing- boldlr to th? weat, or as near tuoreto aB practicable, aud The other looklna: east. viusman in vAmerica to espouse for an election to be held thero ers of tho At.pontloy Coal Com- that notice thereof be published Euppooc that you can only Th side for which you nht. itho cause of woman's suffrage, on May 10 fbr tho purpose of pany, for the transaction of such ono timo In Tho Bee, a newspaper That doean't prove the other aide 8 aud iu the' April number of In said district, and that all IawroriK and you aro right. tnkiug the reuse of the voters as business as may properly come printed Magazino she discusses to whether spirituous, vinous before the meeting, will bo hold known orodltors and other persous The man who taku the different vliw at said May be a mnater hand freely her reasons for actively and malt. liquors shall bo sold ou Wednesday, tho 5th day of In interest may appoar cause, It time To argue and explain at length That's up to the minate in any aud place and show Why he haa made tho stand, vtaking the field for equal will be May, 1909, at nine o'clock a. m., they havo, why the prayer or said May havo his reasons Ironbound, style. An Assortment from Unanswerable quite, in the office of the company at petitioner should not he grautod. heWfiJrtft dute. Which doesn't make you in tho wrong "AVhy," Mrs. Mackay declares, which your taste can be gratiWitness tho Honorable Walter Karllngton, Ky. Or prove that he right. ' Mis Mild Resistance.' Evans, Judge of nald court, aud tho uto 4ny mind tho real import-jwacfrPaul M. Moork, Secy. Were there but one and only one fied. Expert Trimmers etttl at Oweusboro, Kengiving women votes would And not another aide Magistrate Did you arrest 'Dated, Burlington, Ky., April seal thereof, district, ou the 1st day Thero. could not be a gravo dispute tucky, iu Bald makers to produce exactly ha found iu this that u the prisouer, McNutty? With toga upart so wide. 0th. 1909. of April A. D 1009. The angry parties of tbe first .priictioal questions uow what you want. Officer MoNutty Oi did, yer A. G. Ranom), Clerk. And of tho second part Would not bo sharpening their knives M. E. DuN, Deputy Ciork, lfeftnu3pd;yj)ud bo takou up honor. lutltpally from constipation, Uoau's I tUterd Or taking It to heart. the bowels, KckIkU tud solved. Magistrate Did ho olljor uuy tlutiUmy f cllavod and strenictliened .lno." A. so B. This Is a world of gtvo and take, biirVieAfJ!ulaf yWeimi8t sQQ?wir.opportuiiity. Locomotive Blasis y . i MISERS JU-11-1- bur-don- 1 won-dorf- ul aMaf FoBter-Milbur- M L)e-sho- n. L -- J 'I. hot-tom- noc--fcur,q- al, j'fil? w dt their-exterminatio- n on-joyi- ng - f . g '. , Artistic Printing n MT -- aa f - Jjfrroving. 2.v-Sey- eral Oalo-doui- not-onl- y The Bee Printery Jno. Taylor Btren-uou- b 1 FA-TO- R DRUGGIST bo-fo- - Man--6oy7- MILLINERY enfrau-Juieeaeu- ,t. theror-ftndrm,-olectio- u 1 of multi-Asede-- of Officer MoNutty Only $2 yer ifnghtful tononients to be made honor.Chioago News. There elcau aud wholesome. QoljBhJtth Ungate othol piouo for reut. 'W.J.jyKy. are Jhe4?e are filthy streets and resistance? w.ii.ii.rilf, frl ' UutV , Charg of TJyery time a kmoUhq wotoc yniisaea OtiC a cliAre 9f e um iqeaasted' , , ( Mrs?'W-- . 'KiNUttet,wte& fthq qr(Wfitt. charifirJ?K )08te88 of tho Oard 01 ub last Friday afternoon- - The And no one has u cinch. Nor could he If he wanted to lie Just right, to tho Inch. Bo pause when tempted to a scrap And take a breathing spel), "It you are right one-hatho time, You're dolnt; mighty well. ll " Bae. .. Cowand & -- C.,l t'Jr. ! t INCORPORATED '' ' Farl&afai, JfonrWlti wiling,.!., ... wV rur , - J '4 hr ,- s S" - " riA ', -- ,) J 4A . Sf -- . ,f 4 ' 4 iJ i T f'L M TENNESSEE!! FIVE KILLED AND FOUR INJURED IN COLLAPSE OF ILLINOIS CENTRAL DEPOT. I EI HI8 PUBLICATION WAS 8EVERE AGAINST POLITICIAN. With Criminally Libelling Charged LIKE NOTHING EL6E ON EARTH. Sohool Fire Brill Successful. DESTROYS MIEITi US I Former Chief Justice of Indian Courts of Oklahoma. C, April 7. Former United States Senator Marion Butler, and his brother, Lester Butler, wore convicted In Uullford superior court Tuesday, of criminally libelling Ilepubllcan Slate Chairman S. B. Adams, by tho publication in tuu Caucasian, a weekly newspaper owned and operated by the Butlers, of serious allegations against Adams' integrity and honesty. Adams' acts ns chief Justice of tho Indian court of Oklahoma, In 1905, was severely condemned by tho paper In Its fight against Adams' as chairman of tho Republican stato oxecutlve commlttco. Tho trial lasted "six days, was hard f"'lfTj'fnTfirsgr widespread InteresL Judge Long Imposed a flno of $500 upon Marlon Butler and 250 upon Lester Butler. WInston-Salcm- , N. FORT PRISONLEAVENWORTH ERS SAFELY REMOVED UNDER GUARD TO 8TOCKADE. " Pittsburg, Fa., April C Belwoen six Night Lights of New Ygrk Are a Vision hundred and soven hundred pupils of Magnificence. wero safely marched out of the Rocks public school Tuesday The sky line of Now .York Is always when the building was found to bo on changing. So, too, the night lights was successfully Shift and grow In wonderful magnifi- fire. Tho fire drill cence, creeping continually further up- employed. Tho building was practicward toward the stars, until the lower ally destroyed. Mc-Ke- AMERICAN! BEAUTY" CORSETS Charmingly Q titrkduring that prepospolitan, achievements--icorset fashions! in city, grouped around tho Singer tower, T Flra Is Fought by 8oldlers of the Fort Owing to Lack Water Pressure Fire Department Was Almost Useless. I Early Morning Storm at Marlon and Pittsburg, III., Injures Many People and Wrecks Buildings One Killed In Indiana. Memphis, Tonn., April 7. Flvepor-nou- s nro known to hnvo been killed, tour Injured and others oru burled among debris of tho Illinois Central depot which wan demolished by a tornado which swept through tho city of Aberdeen, The Dead. W. C. McMIUInn, President of tho Hank of Aberdeen, T. O. McMillan, cotton buyer. Three negroes, unidentified. Thoso known to bo Injured are: Joe Franklin, telegraph operator In employ of tho Illinois Cuntral and Messrs. Ray, King and Wiaboro, also railroad employes. Tho storm, whllo of short duration,, was of great Telocity and demolished tho depot, and damaged number of - Leavenworth, Kas., April 1. Tho military prison at Fort Leavenworth was destroyed by firo lato last night. Tho prisoners wcro removed from the cell houses under a heavy guard ot United States troops nnd confined in other buildings. Immediately after tire storm passed, relief parties wcer hastily formed and tho search .aasong the wreckage of tho depot logon. At midnight Ttrc bodies of thoso killed had been recovered and tour cT tho tajurcd. Tornado Ht lllllnors Tewn. IflarJoh, M., April 7. More than 100 houses were wrockfid and 'several persons Injured by a tornado whicn. Bwcpt this city and Pltts"hurK, a raall town six miles northeast of hone, at Tn'3 o'clock Tuesday morning. Tho prop vrty damage 1b estimated at more Uiaa 9100,000, 'but as ifar s Jcnon 'no Jlvcs wore lost. It "was jet 'first reported that two e woro Jill led xt Pittsburg. Details Of the amount of damage at 'that point were latiking tfor several insure, owing to tho blowing down of italepbono mad tolcgraph wires. Heavy damage to farm property was done '.between Ma rion .and Pittsburg. 3er-eon-- .Water Fall In A heavy rain was falling when the storm truck Marlon, and ator foil in torrents fter 'the storm passed. The tornado came from tho southwest fend tivclod n .a, .straight jiata. from ihero to Pittsburg. The storm was wore- .severe In itfce southwest portion of tbJs city. Apparently it Jumped ovr the business section of tho city and struck again in of the residence the northeast-par- t aeetlon. Tho town Jo .a ooal anlnlnc .canter aad opo Of the largest towns In southern llllabia. ranking next to Cairo in ' and Importance. Mf I Miners' Home Damaged. . (Tiiere are 12 large coal mineB In .and MB? W the town, and most of the dam- was to the email residences bf miner and tbeir lanillles. W4T UW.WMO nW MWtVHM f ify ii d, Torrenta. . V 1 ad this doubtless prevented a heavy Most of the 4amogo to he business section was the blowing 'cut of glass window and damage from sign boards and debris carried by the oas of life, Wind. Many ip j gem lift "'twister h&tuck lae aowrn. trees were lorn down and uprooted, bouses nero unroofed and twtated from their foundations, barns down and fences leveled. woro bLtfV ' storm struck this locality At Miami, tea miles north cti. here tbo Masonic Teinplo ami sovcra.1 other buildings were Imdly wrecked. A farm uouso. eight miles west ot blown down, and Uhe Kokomo, One family of six were Injured. daughter was killed. Tue$-nigh- Sterm K1IJ One; Injures 81k. Kokomo. Ind.. Anrll li A deatruc-tlv- o t. u - V ft Lightning Kills Boy and Team. Waterloo, la., April 7 Whllo drlv- "- " 1"B ""66 Iowa, llenjnnila Ilrandt, sixteen years old. was killed by a bojt of lightning that slow both his horses. P ROUGH TIME FOR SEALERS Steamers Are Held Fast by Ice Floes and Are Drifting Slowly Toward Shore May Abandon Boat. St. Johns, N. F., April 7. Though the sealing soaaon In tho Gulf of St. Lnwreuco has not beon an utter failure. St. Johns scalers huve had a rough time. Tho catch was reported totals about 136,00. by advices Since March 21, six stoumers have been held fast In the heavy Ico floos, Mid they are drifting slowly toward tho shore at tho mouth of Notre Daiuo to-da- y Bay. Tho Virginia Lake was In such bad abapo that 11 was feared she would have to be abandoned. . ' ..,.,.' .....1,T.:tJftH - Cherbourg, April 7. Arrangements lor WllbuK JUve been completed jaWrigut to give a series of aeroplane snts here- - The date, of the exulblku nut yet hen Used. a stockado. Nona ot the prisoners escaped, as far as a hasty resume of tho situa- town. N. Y. World. VOTERS MIX UP COUNCIL tion aftor midnight, showed, but this may not bo definitely known until Chicago Politicians Given a Rude today. SHOW HATRED OF FOREIGNERS. Shock by 8uccess of" Municipal Owjng to the loC water pressure Voters League. the flro department of the fort was .Chinese Historical Plays That Keep Alive Race Prejudice. almost useless. Chicago, April 7. In the city elecThe flro was fought by the soldiers held hero Tuesday tho "little baltion Historical plays aro acted everyof lot," containing propositions for a tax ot the fort who wore ordered out' . quarters aud those who 'were where in Chics-- They aro popular In levy to erect a tuberculosis sanltar-lua- a, their the quiet villages, the homes ot the carried by a large plurality, but on leave In the city were at once rich, in the crowded cities, and In the politicians woro given several sur- called back to the post. the towns. These plays are Two soldiers were Injured while busy market of the new prises in the make-uof Intensifyfighting the flames, hut none of tho written with the object council. Tho town of Evanston and ing the bitterness and contempt of the any'way. were hurt In peopta agalast the foreigner. Tho Cicero annulled the annexation propo- prisoners excttement attended tho re- story ot phinderlngs and massacres ot Much sition. many ot prisoners, forefAthera is vividly portrayed, Tho Republicans elected Isaac N. moval of tho It their Powell, city troosurer. The Republi- whom are desperate characters. or- with all the dramatic power that the an actors possess. Tke foreigner Is repcan candidate for city clerk was de- was feared they would make ganized break for safety. resented as a moasUr in appearance. feated lay F. D. Connery, a Democrat Tbo fire broke out about 10 o'clock His face la dragged out of shape and In the council fight the work ot the soon, it municipal votors league was effective In tbo tailor shop and building was his mouth Is made'to appear near his was ear. His beard en one aids is red and seen that the main In defoatlng four aldermen of tho doomed. on the other bluo. Ills eyes are fierce "Cray Wolf clement A great outcry at once broke out In and staring, aad murder Is stamped Tho two parties came out about the prison, tho vonvlcts fearing that upon his hideous features. The peooven In tbe council. 'would be burned to death. They ple of the interior, who baye never New Trier township voted 'Itself they out the battered on the doorB of their cell- come Into actual contact with the "dry" "territory, driving this conception of the ot the fire houses, as the light t saloons In Gross Point where the To their minds windows. hated barbarian. streamed In through the Sheridan soldlors gathered. the Americans, French, English, Germans Many screamed interror as for the moment refused are all alike, barbarians to be deCQRfORATlOH TAX RAISED authorities them. Soou, however, stroyed. remove to several companies of soldiers, IncludHome of Trusts .Increases Annual ing cavalry men hod gotten under The Quaint Belluga. d 200 CorporaOilcans arms. A strong cordon of troops was Caviare con be made ot tke roe of tions AffeeteJL thrown about the prison and every any fish; but the principal supply April T, The 'State precaution taken to prevent escape. comes from tho sturgeon and the belTrenton, N. senate Tuesday .passed :a bill increas- All the soldiers that could be spared luga. The latter Is about the most ing 'the :annual tax on tho capital from the ranks of tie fire fighters curious fish in the world. It weighs stock of corporations tformed under were detalle as guards and then the up tov 1,000, .pounds and Inhabits tho waters oil the It .delivery of tbe prisoners began. the flrwa rt New Jersey. The .bill Is so abundant that the natives of to corporations With 5,00O;WO or .mere capitalisation .and increases CR0KER VISITS MR. TAFT Astracan throw away the flesh which la whiter than veal and very the ttax from J5Q, a million to i50. provide an .annual .revenno Farmer Tammany ChlefUIn Calls at dainty and preserve only the spawn, This would of which they Sometimes take aa White Mauso and Talks Golf and to (the state of about $500,000. tit afmuch as 200 pounds out of one fish. Fast Horses. corporations and 200 fects about This belluga lies on the bottom ot would compel the United States Bteel the- "river at certain seasons aad swalApril . Richard Washington, corporation to 'pay the state about Croker, the former Tammany chief- lows many large pebbles of great $85,000 .a year In addition to the Itself against the PreiUent Taft at the weight io The "bill making tain, cM4 onMoaiay $47j0W paid now. VTklU Heu afternoon. He force of the stream; that Is, the capital .offense was .de kidnapping a When the is rsturtjsf frew wtater spent in the pebbles act as an anchor. feated. Beach, Fla. flood subsldos and the waters are less outsV VntfPUrM PaJ Hit cali was ufW social. The two violent the belluga disgorges Itself; JiEL WOMAX A yBlSOUER Jiatui la the executive of' that is, It unballasts, hauls in Us anQuite a while, principally on chor and swims about for provender. flees for Negro Gets 23 Year Sentence ifer the teplc of kersea and golf. Mr. Taft, .HdWIng Victim .Four Bays for Peculiar African Race. asked about Mr. Croker' horses one ,P.ucpote of .Robberjr. k There is a peculiar sort of people ot whom recently won tbe famous 4ekjr. Mr. Croker is an; invet- living in northwest, 'Rhodesia. These April 7. Twentyifive 'Phllaaulphla, years Imprisonment and $2,000 fine erate f ott flayer aaa en tUs subject, natives are snlall lif 'stature, with largo horns on their' heads. The horn (massed Tuesday u,pon George he and the president talked freely. ' springs from the scalp, consists of the '"Washington, a negro'-whwas ,eonv!ct- -' natlvo's hair mixed with fat and filth, ad of 'hdiaing Mrs. EflaCurtln, a white 13 ARE INJURED IN WRECK and is sometimes as much aa 18 Inches woman, a prisoner In Jila room .and .ill long. part thoso Kaffirs Aear Coach of Colorado Train Over llyo oa For the most robbing ther. treattlng the great open flats to bo found Every Occupant, turns Injurylng The woman, hospital .physician '.testion both sides ot tbe Kafuo river. They One Seriously. fied, ls;a i&ijfslcal wreck .as tho result build their huts on the great ant heaps a her experience. She testified that which appear like hills scattered over Colorado Springs, Colo, April 6. abo had been detained Syr WaaWngton persons woro injured, one the flats. When the Kafuo Is in flood thirteen In .his .house ior four flays. seriously, when tbe rear coach on and the lata are changed Into great their Denver & Rio Grande train No. 7 was' lakes these people are safe-I- n President Entertains daps. huts on the ant heaps. b.olr cattle Washington. Aurlt 1 In .honer at lovorturned by striking a a witch point, also tako retugo on the ant heaps on at Carle ton Mine, north of this city which corn Tokataro Stfkat, commlsBtoner-genera- l and mealies are likewise and Hlkojlro "Wada, commissioner of Tuesday night whllo tho train was grown. exposition, who are in tills running at a high rato of speed, Evory tho "Koklo (passenger In the car was injured. country In .the .Interest of tho Send for the 3. P. C. C. was glin Ml the Injured were from Colorado world's fair a dinner "Young Mother" asks except O. at the "Whlto House Tuesday night. ipolnts Logan ot T. Logan and Mrs. ot A "the alleged injurious our opinion Maude effects of Parnell, Mo., who suf rocking on babies." fered outs on the face. Franc to Tax Forelan Balloons. We must frankly say that we conParis, April 7 As a result of ihe Offers Reelfoot for Sale. sider it a brutal practice. As the frequent landing of German balloons Members father ot la France, the government ba decid of Nashville, Tenn., April '3 Co., own- - ages, we a great many babies,, of all never rocked on any of the West Tennessee Land ed to collect In tho future a duty of overy balloon of tho average rs of Reelfoot lake, over tbo fishing them intentionally, and we would $120 on - probably be arrested it which the night riders rlgkts tita coming down la French territory. derod ia Qulntin Rankin lost mur- Our full opinion ot any we expressed woman who Cant. fall, aeronauts will bo held by the The would presume to do so. Llpplncott'a authorities pending a satisfactory ex- speared before the Reelfoot lake committee ot the legisla- Magazine. planation of their presence, ture ana ald they would accept less Jury Disagree; New Trial Starts. Jha 175,10 for the property, prorided Flattery In Lieu of Tip. Ban Fraucloco, Anrll 7. A federal the state wauia mage it a hunting and How to avoid tipping the, waiter at a court Jury disagreed Tuesday In the Asking preserve. restaurant: When tbe bill comes, pay case of Eugene Oardluer, the young certain Involuntary exit exactly, StaHe Insurance for Widows. pression of astonishment will bo visKentucklan charged with murdering Berlin, April 3. Tho government's ible on Joseph C. Cadozn, u negro boat stear-er- , the waiter's face, well trained ship Bowhead. proposed insurance reform scheme though it may be. You should then on tho whaling Gardiner's second trial on tho charge provides for tbe Insuranco of widows rise, saying to him: "I have made an and orphans, which will be Joined to excellent dinner; you managW the esbogan insurthe already existing old-agtablishment much better than the preance. The eckomo Is like tbe old-ag. paper Concern Destroyed. ceding proprietor did." During his Ancolna Anrll 7 Thn nutab Insurance, contributory, tho employor rapture at being mistaken for tho Ushment of the ZollerbacU paper com- - and the eniploye each paying halt the owner of the restaurant you escape. pany, In North Los Angeles, was burn- - j costs, the government adding f 12.50 to ed Tuesday tho loss being estimatea , eacn widows pension ana if.&u to " Getting Ahead of One's Self. at $300,000. Tho flro for a time threat' Ach orphan's. "It I have anything to do that I par--i. t. ened tho center of tno wnoiesaio ticularly dislike, I start to work on It Republican Convention Called. Washington, April 6. S,tate Chair-ua- a tbe first thing after breakfast, sub' Duty on Hides. Andrews of PennsylTaaft, luuad ordinating all routine work to Jlmt Ask for Wya. April 7.The a call for the Republican state can task," said a successful housekeeper Cheyenno. "One Wyoming Stock Growers association, veatloR to bt held In Ilarrlehurg oa recently. energy can expend enough nervous thinking abput and genrepresenting practclally' all the cattle Juaa II. Candidates for auditor worrying an unpleasant duty to growers of tho state, Tuesday adopted era), state treasurer and one Judge ( accomplishover When It I It, ftnlshed and mla wurt are to I a resolution, protesting against the re-- tfc auar ? ouft's 'ttilB4irly ia"Uievdgy. one jBoyaJ el the tarlf .on kdM, ml ona'a asit, a tfeiseak." eta aha ' p , . F-erOne-Thir, has become a veritable Chlmborazo of glitter and glow. The little lamps that mark tha dark wharves barely show. Above them the scant candles ot tho older city twinkle hero and there, but not enough to mar the dark foreground beyond which come tho palaces more goregous than any ever coaxed from genii land by slaves of Aladdin's lamp. From tb platform towers of the great bridge the plcturo sets to the best advantage. It begins with tho sinking sun. The murky view beyond tho bay betcomes dull and dark. The torch In Liberty's hand suddenly gleams star-lik-e In the night and then, like the twinkling In a kaleidoscope, the palaces begin to glitter In tho gloom. There Is no vision like it elsewhere In tho world, yet only now and then does a bridge pedestrian pause In his hurried walk to give the spectacle a momentary glance. Tho usual New York, er cares little for the splendor of his Pioneer Prospector Dies. Helena, Mont, April 6. Joseph H. Russell, who camo .to Montana as a prospcctobln 18C7, died hero Sunday. At ono time', ho disposed ot mining proporty to James J. Hill and the late Col. Broadwater tor $110,000. Said Uncle Silas When a toller finds n button sewed on his shirt that has been ralssln' a month or two ho wonders what In tarnation his wife Is goln to strike him for In the hat or dress lino. Los Angeles Express. Hard Task for Government. Gin is still used as a medium of exchange In some parts of the Niger country In Africa, but tho government discourages it. Owing to the extremo conservatism In these districts the task Is difficult sessing quality kuorcna. as style. All of the latest metron are-foun- d AMERICAN BEAUTY" CORSETS These can be "worn with cqua effectiveness, whether beneath. costly dress or tinder a simple, inexpensive gown the result is the same A STYLJSBL , H FIGURE. $1.00 and M upwards-BOTJRLAND- & miXIXUH v l Lay Hold of the Common Good. NAD QilT WORK If men bate the presumption of those who claim a reputation to which they READY TO liVE UP IN IESPAH have no right, they equally condemn Restored to HMltfc ftrnXt of thoso who fall the Hsr "l was sick, run-d- o below the glory which Is their own. give up work, iitec txjlaeia Lose, then, the sense of your private had to sorrows and lay hold of the common a number of remedies and eereral slclans, I was just about ready Wajllrsi good I Demosthenes. -up in despair. I saw Ylaol vertieed' and doclded to try A False Accusation. and it has done more good fs-m- e As fire when thrown Into water Is than all other means co&hlneC. its cooled down and put out, so also a has built me up and restored false accusation when brought against strength until I now feel twenty mr jtmm a man of the purest and holiest char- younger, and am able to attend to asy acter, bolls over and la at once dissi- work again as usual." Job Jeavew pated, and vanishes. Cicero. 1036 Lind. street, Wheeling, W. V- The reason Vlnol Is to Buccesaful ten such cases is because it contains tearfr-iro- n and all of tke atreagHwra falnt-hcartedne- M w.t y f jr tt. Young Girls just entering Wo womMbood. (ten rnd much pajp wad misery dwtaf to cbangtjf MpnJMttfB. tfieir pfaVMOM Many vfcme wiiitt y their fftnal trouM aUrtaa durlnthat tryiBf perled and has cfanf to lie tve aiac. Cartful it A frtefid to youaf gtcte, vtM m to worn ol A afM. H baa Men fou4 to hk) women during their trying ptnoia by relieving pain and restoring disordered organs to baltb. feand liver oil, but so oats. Vlnol is unexcelled aa a etrectK? creator for old people, delicate chUtfrMSk blood-makin- g body-buildin- g; rments of cod weak, run-dow- n persons, and; known-ram-ed- y attaa-r-slckne- and is tbe best for coughs, colds and bronchitis) We return your money if Vlnol faSto to give satisfaction. Sold br St. Bernard Mining. Co-- Stsrcr mCORPORATEO Drug Department, 1 ' u J, OurAssortmenf Of Dress Goods, Silks, Lin ens, Ginghams etc, made from only the seasons :ap-plle- B -- Ms Mrs. Mary Hudson, Eastman, Mi.. writes: "While staying with me and 'going to acnooi, my young aiator vasts terrible misery. I got Karto take a fev do of CARDU! and K helped hw at once. "I hava t&kaa Cardul my- 8tf and believe I would have been under the day had It not that wonderful medicine." Try CarduL R wla help you. For cab everywhere. be-nf- ap - ballt latest, iccotak-parabl- e. . styles and 'colors are. ' . r t tfther or En-glla- E48 W. R. Cdyii 51aton& O'Bryan Bras; I Furniture Dealers. We keep in stock a full line of furniture prices that are right, at Jap-anes- o Funeral Directors. L . . I Coffins and Caskets in any finish of trimmings. J A'nyv Pind Embalmers. We are licensed embalmers and can give best of service. t.e a Madisonville, ekWil Kentucky. T to-da- o 3 o to mm i i WJttUMJZ'J3' ANXN.OBE, THAN AMUSE 1 MOKES A TKV tetwt rinAO av irrwgm- - V Jl) IVS. UVPi klT sr 1 Rirv p.xtm FRIMARIIYTa Lrrrr - I uis-trlc- JNfeS3 AKB1W REASONABLBrDR.YDUi:o USJ&PiNCIQ lJB'lUi'JUfttiANW SHODDY WORK. tfjut rau to js cexjatcn urr K4r j?e EarKngton Mimas Bee ' 'JO. M.'Mfl ;v T ,l TH J) . 7 J ' "' '' '"' ' IlllfsHtusi inMUyMH H P' jy,,,sfTfflBWfcTff-fl--rrfHiifrfAMi- --' jOti. .- J r ." "mvi ' ' T j"v 'l'firJlJ,''"W,'1Wr"'fVy a stenographer present '' "!H,y C, Vftag.? . j,ir - V&.jh wl I A " f MOVING DAY IN THE JUNGLE. PROVISION FOR FREE TRADE WITH PHILIPPINES ATTACKED Republicans Support Bill In General Still Are In Favor of Permanent Tariff Commission. 1 TFKiffi.MfBW'BssWiHP"-- . GIGANTIC if) ' ' UII! f ' i in i ' WOULD CONSOLIDATE EVERY RAILROAB IN AMERICA UNDER ONE HEAD. Tl STRENGTHEN WEAK ROADS lH Hi KtO i !!), i 7 u 'ellcves Combined Should Be Taken Up Immediately Up Supervision ef Government Says Roose-- t velt Was Wrong. ' Denver, Col., March 31. Harrinaa could have bis way he wuld bring all tk railroads of America lxts)e giant combination, under one If B. H. 2600,MQ or J3Q,eOO,vOO 4a inprATOKeals f the weaker roads th yhyalcally and ftnanclally. In tkla way he says he hellers he could 4 the greatest gsod for the govern-meathe people generally, to the shippers individually and finally to the owners ief 'railroad etock, Mr. Harrlman who passed two hours In Denyejr Tuesday on his way east, aid In an informal talk at the chamber of commerce: "If we could, wo would throw our cloak oyer the weaker lines throughout thexpuBtrv and, .cnln Immediately expenditure of between fS50,eo,000 ' and f 300,400,000 to improve them. "It ought to be done Immediately aad I think I can qualify as aa expert on these matters. This should fee dene openly and UBder some sort of goyern-"jucsupervision. But we would 'all 1m put la prison If we tried It." Mr. Harrlman declared that his roads fcav repent about $350,000,000 (Biace 192.bull4Usasi rebuilding li rthe west and itifrouglLihc mpuntains. He repeated thafhis assertion that he fouaa a great change la public sentl-xaetowarda a railroads hand railroad buUding throughout the land. - "FlTe yeaTs ago" n?l SJld "I told IFresldent Rooseveltt that he w5 jwrong and that ho would bve many VtmltaTorB In various slates, and cities who would do the coujatrylncaljulabje harm, and what I tola him then has proved coffecti ItooBeVelt was wrong la his fight me and the railroads, and the truth of this, is getting clearer .every at pt4l neiiy and bejlm immediately t, San Diego, Cal., April G. Customs officers havo seized Monday seevral boxes, packed with furs, at tho local ofIco of tho Wells Fargo Express company, Just ns the goods were to bo shipped to points In New York and New Jersey. The customs officials declare the HASKELL AFRAID OF TRIAL furs were smuggled to shore the night MISSOURI OKLAHOMA & GULF two mine laying vessels Governor Takes Advantage ef Every before otf the LINE TO BE COMPLETED. tho Major Ringgold and Col. Arml-stea- d Technically In Town Lot Case which arrived hero Friday after Against Him. a trip around the horn. Tho seizure Constructor Keneflck Returns From France antf Announces New Road's Tulsa, Okla., April 6. Governor C. has created much excitement but bo Completion In Three Years. N. Haskell, when called before tho arrests have been made. federal court Monday to answer to inKansas City, Mo., April C. That a dictments charging him with fraud In Telephone Line in Receivers Hands. now railroad extending from Kansas connection with Muskogee town lot Houston, Texas., April 1. The City to the Gulf" of Mexico will be in cases made a hard fight against the Citizens Telephone company wag Wednesday placed in the hands of operation within three years was the case 'coming to trial. Judge Marshall heard extended argu- a receiver on the prayer of H. E. statement made by William Keneflck, who is constructalng the Oklahoma & ments by both sides In the matter of Huntington, who owns the bonds. It Uulf railway from Wagoner, Okla., to Haskell's demurrer. it announced that tho receivership Governor Haskell's attorneys began is preliminary to a reorganization of Calvin, Okla. and who returned from France Monday. Mr. Keneflck has their fight by asking that the indict- the independent system in Texas, and secured the support of a number of ments be quashed, charging Special that several million dollars will bb French capitalists in the new venture. Attorney General Rush, with miscon- spent In an improvement of the He announced that a bond p duct In conducting the grand jury in- system. has already been arranged abroad quiry. It was also charged that the which will be sufficient o extend the grand jury had been Illegally drawn; Trv our Job Work, lino from Calvin to Denlson or Sherman, Texas. Mr. Keneflck says he has the assurance- that the funds necessary to build the line north from Wagoner, Okla. to Joplin, .Mo., will be available as soon as tho road is built to Texas. If a connection cannot then be made with some existing railroad Mn Keneflck will proceed to build his, own line 'from Joplin to Kansas City. to-da- y Washington, April 3. That the Pnync bill vn filled with rlutous lin- pcrcfctlons, was a faiso pretense, was designed to up tho cover of tho Republican administration, that it did not redeem party pledges, and that It sounded tho death knell of tho dominant party, wore eomo of tho criticisms passed upon the measuro ty tho Dotnocrats in tho hou3e Friday. An Interesting feature of the debate was tho spcooh of l'nblo Ocampo de Leon, tho Philippine commissioner, who attacked the provision for fr-tiade with the Philippine Islands. From the far south exactly opposlto views were expressed regarding protection. Mr. Kansdcll of Louisiana pleading for it on behalf of the Industries of his state, while Mr. bplght of Mississippi and Mr. Clayton of Alabama wanted free lumber, hides boots, shoes, bagging and cotton ties. Tho speech of Mr. Clayton was ot considerable length and he engaged In several heated colloquies with members on the Republican side. From the Republicans came suggestions of a permanent tariff commissi en, and while all of them supported the bill in general, none-- appeared entirely satisfied entirely with it. had been that Country of Contrast's. during the Inquiry and that IncompeArmenia Is a country of strong content testimony had boon tho basis of trasts, of opposlto oxtromes, or heat tho Indictments, nnd cold, light and shade, drought and molsttiro, and contains many mystcr-io- s WOMAN SAWS OUT OF JAIL awaiting splutlon. Tho ethnologist ... Is still in doubt na to what branch ot Kate O'Dwyer Refuses to Leave tho grcat'ISuropcnn family tho ArWhen Ordered and Is Forced to menian peoplo belong to; tho philoloWork on Chain Gang. gist hns not yet classified tholr Office Hotirs: tho nntlminrian known neitt n Athens, Ga., Apt ll C Kato O'Dwyer nothing of their early history. 8 a. m. to 11 a. m. the young woman, who was shackled and forced to work on tho chain gung, 1 p. m, to 4:30 p. m. nindo her escape. The Present Moment. Tho woman who is said to be comely Since tlmo Is not n person wo can had been sentenced to tho gaug for 12 overtake when ho Is past, lot us honor months for dtsordorly conduct. Tho him with mirth and cheorfulncss whlio OFFICES IN VICTORY BUILDING suntenco was suspended on condition he Is passing. Goethe OVER BARBER SHOP that she leave tho county and never loturn She returned n month ago, was arrected and ordered shackled and chained day and night, as tho desperate male convicts were. Governor Smith thou issued an order that no woman prisoner no matter what her offense was, was ever to be ViEi . vli' PrK shackled. by Tho O'Dwyer woman csenped I All tfie necessary family cookcutting tho bars in her cell and It is Hi bulioved she had outsldo assistance ing: may be done as well on a Dr. Barton C McEucn r ..DENTIST.. Ian-gung- 'i 1 " -- 'W mi, L the Kitchen New Perfection Oil Wick Blue-Flame Don't Heat Cook-Stov- e t ii FEDERAL BOATS SMUGGLE Custom Officers Seize Several Boxes of Furs Brought Ashore From Mine Laying Ship. as on the best coal or wood range. By using the "New Perfection" Oil Stove, the annoyance of an overheated and li entirely avoided, even in midsummer. The scientific construction of the ft stuffy-kitche- n e mm PERFECM0N Cook-Stov- e Wick Blue Flame (HI UUlUlUg lUWIU. far food Hat after it k cooked. Also drop shelra o whkh t small cooking: utensils every convenience, even to ban U1 n. Made in three sixes. Can be had either whk or without Cabinet Top. If not at your dealer's, wnte our nearest ag-enc- I ' ' The &&yc Lamp .... - poweriul Hgnt and burns for hours with tuwuomc ForUMc. one filling. sale, coovenUnt Jtwt what evry home nwdi. If not with your dealer, wrlU our nearest agency. .. wr Hotly nlckcki Sudft'Sr yjiva a. STANBAKB iaerprMC) t & COMEPANY ''" m f Wi ,ra 10 nit' TO ADJUST EMERY CLAIM The EquItable Life Assurance United States ' SobijETY oeihe - Si& 4 Secretary Knox is Informed Nicaragua Government Would Settle In the Near Future. ' Washington, April G. The Information was conveyed to Secretary Knox Monday, that the Nicaragua government would make an early effort to settle either by compromise jot by ardamages of bitration the claimed the . D. Emery company whose concession for cutting mahogany was cancelled about two years and a half ago for alleged violation of the terms of the concession. Through Mr. Espinoia, the Nieara: guan minister, the secretary was told would that a special commissioner leave the Central American country immediately for this city carrying full instructions for the minister which would empower him to reach a settlement whereby the whole controversy Q-- NEW YORK, FEBRUARY.20, 1909. . TO POLICYHOLDERS: - fr The following synopsis of the Annual Statement, as of December 3 1st. 190S, is submitteel for your information. ' .r.M ' ., sfaT'F ' 1908 '"' " 1907 , TOTAL ASSETS.". .. .&. ..$472,339,508.83 , $453,928t77S.Og, Stocks-a- t Market Quotations of .December 31, Bonds . amortized values. t , .i . .i... ,'.., , i. ,.',". tV '. ' " t tirf ,V" '' tt I 1 - :'r TOTaLL1AB1HT1ES Consisting of Insurance Fund $384, 152,880 and $0,919, 161.93 of miscellaneous liabilities. .( - in 1 The Insurance Fund (with future premiums and inferesD will I pay all outstanding policies as they mature. - 391,072,041.93' '.. ' 379,372,284.59, "' ' &. - ;, -- ' ' v . '"", ' ' , ,.'--'- , TOTAL SURPLUS With an increasing number of maturities of Deferred Dividend Policies this sum will gradually decrease. .r " NEW INSURANCE PAID FOR This is an increase for the year of nearly 25 per cent, as . pared with 1907. '...... '....;..'....;. 81,267,466.90 . 745Sfl49br4Z ' '. '&' . i would badJuBtedlEijjl" 91)262,101.00, com- ' " , '73,279,540.00 , . MINISTERS SEIZTHQUOR Fallowing a Raid en "Blind Tiger" Prayer Is Offered and Then March Through Streets. Mayfleld, Ky., April 6. A band of citizens headed by county officers and ministers marched on an alleged blind tiger In the east edgo of the town Monday night and after breaking down the doors confiscated twelve gallons of whisky. After a prayer by one of the ministers they marched through thtj streets. The crusade follows the killing of Jesse Collcy a prominent clay mine owner Saturday night and the suicide of a prominent map while drunk. 100 AfAL AMOUN1MM1D TO POLICYHOLDERS 'DEATH BENEFITS 97 per cent, of all Death Claims in America were paid within one day after proof of death was received. t ENDOWMENTS ANNUITIES, SURRENDER VALUES AND OTHER BENEFITS DIVIDENDS TO POLICYHOLDERS 1909 Dividends to Policyholders will approximate $10,000,000. re- - '. , 47,861,542.69 20,324,002.65 ' ' '45,305,831.30 18992,079.87 &7"-rrtte!m'- "'. U. S, AFTER CRAZY SNAKE 1 ; .'....!..... Deputy Marshtal Accompanies Indian's Son to Seek Leader's Hiding A 4,830,170.10. 14,696,354.16 8,011,015.78 7,000.00 4,704,119.32 14,100,855.97 7,5.08';776,14 Place. April G. TUa United States government is taking a hand Ul the search (of Crazy tinake, leader of last week's Indian disorders. William Martin, United States deputy marshal, left Muskogee late Tuesday with Deputy Sheriff Frank Jones for RECAPTURE ONE YEGGMAN Camp lllckory. from there is is beDeputy Sheriff Has Desperate Fight lieved he will go t Crazy Snake's With Two Escaped Prisoners and biding place, guided by the latoter's Holds One. suraon, and try to Induce the chief to The militia will remain in the render Ashevlle, N. C, April C George fold, until Crazy Snake is captured. Barton, alias "Chicago Army," noted yeggman, who with Jake Moore, alias SUNDAY TREAT IS A CRIME "Tennessee Dutch.," broke from the Greenville jail Sunday night, was capKentucky Supreme. Court Hojds Dis- tured Monday night, after a severe tributing Liquor, to friend' on tight with Deputy Sheriff Rogers at Sabbath Day Unlawful. Craggy, several miles from here. Louisville, Ky., April C Treating "Tenjiei'eo Dutch," after wrenching a Ilogeri escaped. Dafton friends to drinks of whisky or beer on revolver from Sunday Is a violation of the law, ac- who has only one arm was lodged in '' cording to a decision handed doWn by the. county Jail at Asbovlll?. Acting Judge Krleger Monday. In his Hartford, Conn., April O.The onllon Judge Krleger cited the case of Gov. George L. Wiley, 'from of the actlen of the court of ayepals, nenous exhaustion, has. assumed 'to is sustained a decision of ane where serious aspect and his coodltlim that had been assessed In Anderson causing much uneasiness. - it" VaV county, where whisky bad been purstaled however, there was no imuie ee wed from a dlstllery and dltlatd .Ma diinrer of death." -Y ( goaf frload. , MUBkogtie, Okla., - , DIVIDENDS TO STOCKHOLDERS This is the maximum annnal dividend that stockholders can ' i ceive under the Society's Charter. , 57,053,555.28, , 20,636,405,61'', " f 7i000.00 TOTAL LOANS TO POLICYHOLDERS EARNINGS OF THE SOCIETY FROM INTEREST AND RENTS..... OUTSTANDING LOANS ON REAL ESTATE MORTGAGEStV Invested at an average rate of 4.70 per cent, as against.4.53, per l Scent, in 1907.JBB TOTAl,, EXPENSES,fW,',lng Commission and Taxes ' 49,615,393.06 1485.110.01 95i008;970:bo 97,570767.22, v( ,' 8 - - l . 9, 758,447,46 cent-- i 9,846,858,69 4-3 MIThetiverage gross rate of interest realized during 1908 amounted to 4.45 per 4TjrJer.cent. in 1906, 4.03 per cent, in 1905 and 3.90 per cent, in 1904. -- as aSainst P"" '" 197, i y. Henry J- - R&yL RflQBIQN, rfRESRENT. Powell, manager. V Equitable Building Louisville, Kentucky. 1' f !!' i ' i t ' . n ' , i ,r L ' .. iHWI. .- -- -- ""fBtfaflt 0mmilm:miUkmmt. . . ;. ,7 , ..m..-- r IKKsr I.,.. ...-.f1 .v., SSSHM1BSJ ,. 1 ! .s ... 11 .. .,.