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BBSTw''JBSBBhBs!Sw''Ml TiMrnMyii mil u jt M?ETMMKVt m'w Yii.vi.rwvr- nmiJif Sjgs. ks" iikiii - a v K2satf "$ "v i t.k 'T. ; ' j Tjft icr.i 1 oruiin jj-rtyw"iy- 7. Cvr. - vi-- a . 'r c . "'jiavcmmmsrMGcti virTAliLvnr'br xyrTsrx sL-va- W - . ma ' 28, w H , HM e33& V No. HI TWENTIETH YEAR. TWO BIG MEETINGS EARLINGTON. HQPKlNS COUNTY, KY., THURSDAY, OCTOBER woro agreed upon for tho trg. 4j I ically snn in 25 vears. Ono can roadih oreceivo that, with only a century's supply at tho morning, including u visit to FRIDAY NIGHT and inspection of the Third Reg present rnte of mining and in view of the greatly increasod imenr Rifle Range ami camp production which can uot fail to Saturday morning this Arranged for Governor Willson site. the come wit Ii our growth in poptrip was made in carriage, Here in Eight Hours ulation, fifty years is a liberal Governor bmiig escorted bv Ad Time. estimate for tho life of tho Pitta-bur- g jutaut FranK D. Rash, Oapt. coal bed. Tho same cissoa Paul 1. Price, Lieut. Henry Rogers and Lieut. Brick South-wortwill in approximately UiajL'limo LOCAL COMMITTEE SURPRISED Net in Favor of Legislation Against TJie Governor was very Earlington Has Eight of Highest Class PEOPLE VERY MUCH PLEASED. It was formerly supposed that exhaust all of the cheaply, minod Companies Except When Necessary pleased with both the With Lieut. Roger Leading. much the several coal formations of thin veins in tho jlleghen ae V to Ktep Them Within the Laws. camp site Ho id range and the Appalachian region would hold ries of Pennsylvania, Oliiti, ?aud Governor Augustus K. Willsou Excellent records, were made r himself a rifleman and lux taken coal of commercial value over northarn West' ;Vir)?jni'W visited Burlington last Friday great Ohristi, Texas, Oct. 23. intereht in the rille prac by volunteer riflemen of the JQorpus tho entire area of that great Pittsburg'sittduBtrieB'will lure night and made two notable Taft had something tico on tho several ranges in Third Kentucky Infantry durfield. This is a grave mistake, entered upon the expeniivo speeches, 111 spite of the fact that Kentucky, and this is the oln.y ing the pecial "shoot" which tonjay here Friday morniug on so far as tho Monongahela and method of mining coal by deep he had already made two speechAs this is the another railroad agitation, aud Pottsville series are concerned. shafts to thin bed of inferior one that has yet been norma-nent- h ended Frul.iy. es at Marion during the day. Ho built and equipped in the only Kentucky range quipped lie 'said it with Governor Tom The Alledieney and Kanawha quality, and of attempting to arrivod on the soven o'clock recover at great expense tho modorn way. Gov. Willsou was for Ion.: distance shooting all Oampbll, one of the recent train that evening and was met accompanied to Mndinrivi)io by the "expert riflemen" of this southern crusade against the coals also share the same fate millions of tone of good fuel ''alwhen thty pass under water i by the full membership of tfce in Kentucky railroad", on the same platform level toward Vizir's practice Kentuck Baud, on the the center of tho ready left in tho pillars,' toofa, roception committee, announced the Klub . were qualified on this range, and with him. eleven o'clock train. abandonee 1. am not in tavor ot Jegisla-tin- n Appalachian basin. Instead of aud bottomsis of fairy in our last issue, beside? a large all of them' are members of the mines. This no storj. ti continuous sheet of productive number of citizen? and the Klub GOVERNOR AT MADISONVILLE Third rtuiinent. FouitHpn men, .liiainst the railroads," said It is as sure to come to pass at coal measures underlying this Kentuck Band. As he alighted ollieers and privates, qualified the President, "except when it entire fild, there is a great bar- approximately," fifty years iu from tho train lie asked with Spoke to Large Gathering and Started a as "expert rlflemc and omht is necsssary to keep them with- ren zone which in the Allegheny the future, if present wasteful some surprise "what is this band Football Game. of thes'u are Earlington men. in the laws." series begins a few miles, north methods continue, as that tho here for?'' The friend who anHe went on to say that the Three attained the mark Of embracing sun will rise swered said "why, Governor, g There was perhaps nevei u "sharpshooter" readily from Pittsburg, and, community ., and tnurtcen av&rauo most of Allegheny county, a Prsieat Wast of Fuel., 4 aro going to have a speech out better rpro'entatm l'hIIht :i bonds to get a railroad, made record as "marksmen." In voted The citizens of Pennsyvania,V X. of you tonight." And he of Hopkins county citizei- - in the urdfr of thoir qualifying iiiil then when the payment of large portion of Westmoreland, i practically all of Washington, and especially of the Pittsburg to rest, meet any speaker tban the one "I stopped here tlul interest on the bonds began the names ot rhee r Greene, and western Fayette, as district, have already wasted I'm all tired out, have made two that Governor Wil'son fael retire,ml tho com pan u !" to which to pot tiresome, the community W'll as southern Beaver, passes more of their precious fuel sup1 really can't Saturday speeches already, aftpruoon at the tliej lieloiii:, J' appear below. undertook to legislate against entirely across plies, both solid and gaseous, do it." The only comfort lie get Tabernacle in Madisonvillf, and II. W. Rogers, Co. G, of tli road The result was that West Virginia and southeastern Lieut. than they havo ever Tke was the answer "well, the fact is, there has scarcely been a larger Eirlintuu, holds highest score, thci equipment 01 toe roau oe- - Ohio, thu reducing enormously quantity of natural usod. that gas, Governor, we are goinsr to have meeting then', for the reason (105 out of a Dossiule 450. Three ter orated, it was urnioie to earn two speeches out of you tonight." that the building whs full ro it members of Col. Henry's stall' a f fr income on its investment, the productive area of the Al- best of all the fuels, which westlegheny series and its usually ern Pennsylvania has wasted After he had capacity, with many ntanding. who And we did. shot over the rauuu all ami he community's accomino- - estimate! coal resources. collar, which was The Klub Kentuck Band pre many thousands ' of from the changed his aattfl fell oil". The communi made "expert riflemen." Extent of Reduction of Productive Areas. wells drilled within her borders, died green from the lint of the ceded tho carriages occupied by ty, Sn effect, was "cutting off its Tin lecords follows: day and the coloring matter in the Governor and members of The effect of this barren zone vastly exceeds iu value all iho ndsUto spite its face." ' Riflemen. " "Expert productive petroleum she has ever produced. 011 West Virginia's his tie, and had eaten some fish the reception and enteitam-inen- t Co. G. '"i'hen, said he, "they realize Limit. H. W. lloers, right out of Loch Mary, he oll'er-c- d coal area is to reduce, it from Not satisfied with thus despoilcommittee and candidates, that the only good and honest no further reiMence, but escorting the speaker from Hotel Oapt. JaB. M. DeWcefce, 17,000 square miles, as usually ing their owu commonwealth, of " B. coutjse is the square deal Oapt. Kd. 0. Walker, through the program ar- Mary to the Taberunule. went The the railroads, so as to :ive niveu in statistical tables, to its most precious fuel possession, Luther-Boyd- , i'i by the local com- Histinguished visitor was enter Private ranged for him tnerfc.a reasonable -return on the only about half that size, and some of the most powerful corQnpL.p.Ji-Nslso- u, ..... . ..'. '.onju & wo tained at. luncheon, 'thGTouose, as recently estimated porations, with headquarters ,iu mittee, to tho delight, of toaetheH " DA imme invested." ' Llie crowd by M ' R. Campbell, United Pitttburg, have been the princt . Clark, Uapt. K. lurgo audiences. It happened with the committee, Mr. ( cheered, and Governor Campbell this wav. The Governor was candidate for Circuit Oapt. A. G. Chapman. States Geological Survey, from pal agents in wasting unnuniber- - ' Onpt- - I'aul P. Price, Co. G. looked nuvthin:: but enthusiastic. 281,000,000,000 coming this way and would speak Judge, and other candidates. A to only about" ed billions of cubic feet of elm Stuil' 0.pt. Frank D. Hash, Madisonville on Saturday tons of iirst class precious fuel in Ohio and West 00,000,000,000 large number of ladies sat in the at FOUND EEAD IN BATHROOM Co. G. The county campaign audience and some of them even Corpor.tl I'. B. D.ivis,' ' available fuel, after providing .Virgiuia. " G. Heeds of Conservation. committee thought Etirlingtou found seats in the balcony on Private W. .It. Miles for the necessary waste in minTho-" G J. Howard Robinson. Former Louisville McMillan" could have him for a speech Sat- account of the crowded condi- Private ing. The 112,000,000,000 tons of The story of "Coal" Oil J0I111-uy" - G. .1. L. Mih's, Newspaper Man, Asphyxiated . urday night. Earlington republ- tion on the main floor. bituminous coal originally ex; The SeruT. by the is being' "" B" isting in Pennsylvania and ic.! leaders determined to ad- band rendered music before and Sert. H. L. Brauham Pittsburg district and many othBy Gas. ''Sharpshooters." him for that time, titter the speaking, . including in Ohio, as estimated er districts of one country on au vertise ' Co. g! though they were not able to get "My Old Kentucky Homo," nmf Private W. H. Ilose, by Oampb'-ll- , are aUo.botli much enormous scih, .mil the final reNashville. Tenn., Oct. '2f. telegraphic communication Was much complimentm! both on Mnj. G. T. Perry, into too great, on account of this sults, although a little longer deWhile taktug a bath at his homo with him, the only information appearance and the manner in Private 0. R Studdard, Co. B. barren zone. Pennsylvania will layed, can not fa.l to bo similar. near here Sunday morning, J. "Marksmen." being tint he would be in Mar- which the music was rendered. not furnish much, more than On the one hand wo perceivo Howard Robinson, a magazine Co. E. tons and Ouio prob our fuel resources reduced by ion Friday. Friday morning a Mr. Wuddill's beautiful httle Private Gordon Parker, newspaper writer, was ably not much more than 25, G. and teli phone message chiiio from a twin girls had been selected by Sergt. Thos. Peyton, of this barren zone to one-haasphvxiated by fumes from a friend of the Governor at Mar- the committee to present bou- Col. Jouott Henry. 000,000,000 tons of commercial what were supposed to be readiRobinson was i) G. "us heater. ion, saying ho would spend Fri quets of choice ' tlowei's to the Corpoiai W. li. Brasher, bituminous coal; 'O that Pen ly .tiul Hiotply accessible, and years of 2 e and a native of Ken nsylvania, 11 G.' night in Efirlington and rest Governor on behalf of tin pub- Private Thus. Buiiton, day Ohio, and West Vir- on the other, theso resources so tucky, bem reared near Guthwork at lic and, iifter .1 few .Minis id Private Kwell Lamb, G. ginia, will together produce only greatly depleted by unbridled here before his day's rie. For several months he had G. Madisonville next day. And the explanation by Mr. Waddill, Pnv.ito W.nn u Riy, tons of waste that in only a few years about 12o,000,000,000 been connected with a pressclip 0 G. good con and probably Governor didn't know he was to they Jid their purl 111 that pretty Mtifiiciau I'lio.'. Witmi, at most cheap fuel will have ping bureau here. Previously,! B. speak here. The local committee ceremony ami received in turn u Private 0. K. .Junes, tons of an inferior grade. pnhsod itito history from this he conducted a nowspaper at immediately changed their plans touching G. y the Private Ben W1U011, tribute from Guthrie, and following that he Duration of Northern Appalachian Field. great district. But just us suro-lBoyd, but six or eight hours speaker. G. and with Letcher. Fox, chair- 1'rivaie Ed as the successful past aud This shortage brings to the was employed in daily newspaper 11 G. in which to work, changed the man of tho . cotumitteoj nt 10 Private R. R. Plupps, have been of the Pittsburg tegion glorious present work 111 Louisville and New citizens 11 annoucoments already made and ducod Gov. Willson in a few Sergt. Riley Butler, D. piobleiu founded upon unravalod resourcmost the serious York. had that evening tho Auditorium words. Col. Jouette Henry visited the who was Miss Emma that has ever confronted them. es in cheap fuel, so surely will His wife, Gov. Ulnk packed with a line The Governor made, a, speech J run go and made a record. have been told that theso great industries decWuo D. Hambtougli, of Olurksville, They of 'the white citizens of of good will and good scue and WilUon inspected the rille becoming uneasy' over Mr. they originally had 480,000,000,-00- 0 and die with its disappearance. Earlington and .he wives and good humor, amounting to al-- t rane, aud camp site Saturday Tenn., tons of coal in the three "Mene, Meno, Tekel, Upharsin" Robinson's continued absence, childron, and an after meeting of most exhortation to neighbors, morning while hero and states hat surround them, aud will be written large over tho went to investigate and found colored votors at tho A. M. E. aud Doiuociats, to 'pressed pleasuie at its condition the body in the bathtub with tho that it w.iuld sullico for 150 to gateways of the Pittsburg Ziuii Uhnrch, which filled that dwell togother in harmony, call aud eotiipment ami at the uood The truth is they before tho present century gas. The re- 200 years. Willson no ugly names, pruborvo their lecords that have just been room tilled with building. Governor of that closes, unless the men who own mains were taken last night to have only about one half prover himself an exponent of good humor and dvdl together made, this being tho Governor's Mr. Robinson's former home, amount, and with the present tho mines and factories awake neighborly in harmony even during polit- firet visit to Earlington since good feeling and T near Guthrie. He was buried wasteful mining methods it will at once to the danger that portreatment between men of op- ical campaigns. He maintained the 111111:0 was built. Pennsyl- tends. Pnor. C. Wjutk, iu Bulin the family lot at Bowling last onlv fifty years. posite polotioul faiths, evou dur- that Democrats had quite at vania had remaining 1,090,000 letin of tljo Geological Society of Green SCHOOL IAW CHANGES ing cutnpaigns,and elicited favor-abl- much right to their opinion, acres of it at the beginning of America. com incut for many of Earl- aud to have their opinions 1008, aud she has several thous. PERMIT ASKED State tducatlonal Commission Prsposes toHlckmas. fleri) fiovi'a citizoiH regardless of us the Republicuir., and and acres less now, since her Mopklnsville Soldiers Enroute Bill That Makes Radical Departures. to a foot ' lioliticul faith. His speeches held that conditions are always Padueah, Ky., Oct. 25. Comannual production from tho PitFor Kentucky Soldiers to Enter Tennesistondcd to with marked better 111 counties or district iMadiflom coal bed is approximately pany 1), State Guard, of tsburg Frankfort, Ky., Get. 23. ImUchool tc ionod and were accorded a that uru close politically than in see on Way to Hickman arrived hero this This repre-scut- s 05,000,000 tons. Igraphod L Iberal aniout of applamo. those which have been doini-nate- portant changes in tho present morning eu route to HiqJatt Celebration. an oxhaustion of over 1,000 Kentucky aro to bo players aBl poveruor was entertained for a .long time by eithei tehoul law of Hence, to participate iu tho welcome of acres every month. Ivith tho 1 M. Muore at the rebi- - party. Ho defended tho proheui pioented to the Legislature at .Priv- should there be 110 increase in President Taft there tomorrow. F.anKfort, ICy., Oct. I John B. Atkinson, 111 the Ind after against varum its next session. Tho now bill administration Secretary Todd for Gov. production over the present, this The soldiers aro in command of M. short; tiravl of Mr. Atkinson, who atta.oks that have ben male nab prepared by the Koutucky ate Oapt. Ivl Clark. aud Willson niado a request on Gov. famous coal bed would bo en. Commission Educational Btel nud toU with his family from upon it, in i Yry frank and Pennsylwhile the bill has uot been com- Pattorson, of Tenuesseo today tiroly exhausted from sey Saturday afternoon. Quite Plain. muuiiur, ami had the to 00 years. for permission for tho military vania within 80 le meetings were oyit sympathy and appliuibo of the pleted a rough draft of it has companies at Hopkinsvillo and When the rich take up liy-- l KiuuofWtit YirftnU and Ohio. Tho bill replaces Tn ncmbcra of the reception audience, generally, throughout been made. Wst Virginia has only about ing as a fad there, ud 0 t o the proeont State Board of Edu. Owensboro bearing a nm to ouso called on the Govur the mooting. Tennessee on their way to tin saiuo acreage of this great classes, the plain poi'p'e, .411 the providos for general ter ligiiig with them severul ' At tbt cloae of the moetiug cation and PenuRylvania. aeroplane pejiplf.KiuM. City Eupolvuiou of, Uriaucos aud tha Hickman to participate, in tho coul tied us officers of the Third Wfv'k. Ohio'i entire area will be praot- - Timei. i Continued on pjjjn tkiyw) proration of examination jai- - TattCtolttratioN PUn Rcfslmaut. V tainmentof Gov. Willson next outer RIFLEMEN Tho State SuperintenWASTE MUST dent of Public Instruction is given much larger powers. As BE STOPPED THIRDREGIMENT to 'tho County Superintendents the bill will provide that thoy Shoot Over Earlington Range tntist devote their whole time to Startling Figures on Coal Conthoir duties and their salaries aro Makes "Expert Riflemen," sumption and Barren Areas. to be increased. "Sharpshooters" and Same Reasons to Conserve Coal Here TAPT ON "RAILROAD BAITING." "Marksmen." as In Appalachian Field. ' IN tiohs. h. ri .... (- - re-pli- lie-me- n -- , . J . s-ai- r -- 11 lf 11 11 11 I o0,000,-000,00- 1 an-dieu- ' v 1 (lis-tri- ct 1 to-da- y. o - Hr,-ldnsvill- e, d 11 1 I ntt .hi ..ui mf mn foulf" IV JPur&i k Ahfiolutelv 43tW TJjpVfCj , 77i mnninet Thrnntt in. iMvvuig 'fl PROPOSED INDUSTRY a. ? Important New Manufactory May be Established in Earlington Brasher Jackson was in Madltvn ville Tuesday. Miss Janio Victory was in Tuesday. Km Howard, of Madlsonvillo. was In the city yesterday. Miss Mary Hewlett made friends in Dawson n visit Monday. Bov. Moore nindo friends In tbo county neat a visit Monday. Mrs. Jno. Ooyle made friends in MndisouvllUi a visit Monday. Madi-souvil- I14LP THE MEN thfy must buy oftonor and nev.r appear well drcsson. If men uf this part of tho com try or who read this pa- improves the flavor AMkjlHF - andadds tothe srrr. .,? HlsasEJ-S&heafthfulnoss f'-'A.)- jBaLk BakJMff Powder SAMUEL B. MAXWELL AND Are dissatisfied with their clothes. That Is why lo ASSOCIATION ARE CONSIDERING. 2'fetp HHfttHtt Local Happenings I ' Chief of Police O'Brien and Police .. - J -- v 4 Born Tuesday night to Mr. aad Mrs. Ernest Brlnklev, a fine nirl Jaa. Mftlouoy made a business trip to Kvausville the first of tlio week. Dr. V. K. NoBbit and J. R. Deau made a business trip to Madison Title Monday. J. V. JIoEuon. manager of tho at. Bernard Stort at St. Charios, w;i in c the city Saturday. ' A laro orbwd of our citizpnu were in Madtsonville Snturdiy to henr lov. Wlllson's addref. Boru Monday u t 1 1 1: i)an B. Griffin, Jr., a flue u'lrl. K. Mr. ami Mrs. ly agout, of Greenville, wad in borer. Jn ttio city tbo first di too ivwfc. ee Mr. Muxsveli in in St. Louis und E. li. Kobertson, of tho Southern felegato of the U. D. C. Sho will isvilio. will return Wednesday when lie, National Bank, of Louisville, was vif it Mrs, Mason and others. Wilson Boiders, of Eldorado, III., en in tbo city on basinets Mouduy. On Buu'day, Oct. 31, Bev. Moore spent a few days this week with his Mr. Hymer aud Mr. Barry will Ung bo ready to confer unto Enrliuj: U. H. Pate, of Mad (son villo, was will, at Che Christian church iu tbiB parents. ph ia cnargo of Jno. X, Taylor's drtig city, preach the Annual Memorial Clarence Higgius and wife epent ton bupjnesfi men arid decide oH store last week duririK Dr. TaylorV Sermon for t!i.eJljd-Mt!- n .Evory-on'- e SutiQay with Mrs. Hlgius' parents "whether tho ludncemont oilered at absence. is cordially invitod to attend, as in Sebree. Yhein by Eurlington. will locate the The proBBing club, owiickI by Jaa. this sermon will be of interest to all eye of sc. Mrs. Melviu Fletcher left Sunday business hero or not. g. Malonoy, has moved into own of morubere of fraternal orders. for a week's visit to relatives in Tho Articlo of Mnuufaduro, J. M. Victory's bouavs ia rear .Miss Lucile Crenshaw attended a Louisvilio. namely, a complete oC her brick building. Ltundry week end party given at Hanson Misses Annie Asbby and Blanche Uisa Pear Gregory and E. Brown, last week by Miss Nell Carliu, who Sisk sppnt Sunday with Mips Oms Washer Muchiue, is pronounced it of Hopkinsville, Jos. WiliUuu aud bas charge of the public reboots at Sisk, at Dixon. br all who own it to bo the e) wife, of Louisvilio, attended the tbat place. Mies Carlin formerly "simple wonder of tho ae." ei taught here and has a host of Mr. and Mrs. Duo Lynn, of MadlO'Brien-Henrnuptials Tuesday. 0) dpent Sunday with their The machine will bo on exhibsonvillo. O) Jaa. Smith, of Beuto-n- , 111., was frlouds iu this city. son, C. H. Lynn. ition Monday in the Vic'ory The football game at Madison ville s ia the city Monday and Tuesday.! Wm. Browning will soon leave building where all who wish to He accompanied tho body of Niu- 'Saturday, between the Madisonvllle oi Kurlington uon Gordon, who tts killed at tbat High School acd tbo Henderson for southern Texa, where he will chu see it work, si High School, resulted iu favor of remain this winter. ilrfdik-place Saturday. ro ostciuly mvitetl to SI Tbo meeting that bas been beid at tbo Madison ville of a score of 27 to 0. O. P. Webb left Monday for bring their lace curtains, wuiele 0' to spend a week with hit d( tbo Christian church in this city for Ncal Spillrnan, of this place played and other dimity fabrics, nlto brother, of the city. for the local team. tho past two weeks, closed Sunday W. A. Johnston, of Cincinnati, O., Mrs. Geo. W. (Dillingham, of counterpanes and towoli1, etr., to u ar. night. It was very successful. Mr. vVhite Plaihp, spout Mondnj i the tho building for the demouM raof to the was in the city Saturday. additions were added Johnston is called tho logless won- city with relatives. tion. Mr. Hymer will natdi them membership. der, having both legs off. Can run Mr. and Mrs. J. Will Robinson, of ud cleau them for you. No Nearly all our boys who attuud aud jump lb iu a chair from the floor. Madisonville, were tho High School in Madlsoitvlll.e, It takpR a very olosn observe to dis ing friends Monday.in the city visit- charge. . aro members of tbo football team. It is a treat to see the machine, Spillrnan is developing: into a star cover tbat he is aillicted io any way. J - Jno. X Taylor and wife, who Hi Tho November number of The and ladies who cure to can pee lialf-bocwhile Arnold aad others Bcrap Hook, published by the Frank have been visiting In Louisville, the niuohinu work. Tio gentle aro making good. is A. Munsev Co., of New York, had a have returned home. Rev. W. C. Brannou performed long article by Gov. A. E. Willson. Mrs. W. H. Loaby and Mrs. Sam men associated unto this enterthe marriage coremonv at Hender- Everyone who can should read this Balney in ado friends in Madison- prise do not lequiie uuy introson of P. A. Lockott, Mit of Hon. vllle a visit Monday, duction to Entlingto'i btiino?fc-mencovers every j'io. y'r Locket aud Mies Luoy article. It rider cases iu phrase of tho night Earliugton can secure this William Britton returnod home Western Nunti, a prominent yotm socity Kentucky. last woek from Went, Aik., whero industry and aliould get bupy. lady of that city Friday. Fok Sams One U. & l printing he visited Jno. Boutiam. fir.' J. M. Kestaer lifts movod his press, 8x11, with fountain, aUo good Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lea, of Kevll, It's eitizens 1m vo b' on given the first charcetiud Eatlington uieds laundry agency to the old burber assortment of typo. Just the outfit Ky., aro visiting MrB. Lea's ea' parents, a good tnctory, Ink Mr. for the merchant to run a storo Mr. and Mrs. shop in the Victory bu'ldiug J. R. Doau. Kestner represents tbo Henderson paper, or for a small job olllco. In Mrs. T. II. linden, of Memphis, TOM H0PW00D INDICTED not thu Evausvillo good condition. Will soil for part laundry and laundry as wbh statod last vyek. down aud balance In payments to who has beon visiting Miss Sue FOE MANSLAUGHTER me Foard has returned home. J. L. Sisk, Wanted. First ciafcs coal shoot right patty. , Mips Bertie ConJrf-yof Okalona, ers, track layeiB aud buss timbcr- St. Charles, Ky. Mis., is visitliiK the family of Killed Elbert Brans on October 7 in a A large number of our citizens ' tf Mieu. HaV Henderson Saloon. tbo Bpeaklngat St Chailes Finis McGary, Iu Miullsouvllb;. NlMIO C0N801X)IATKJ) COAT. &, C'OK- th ' Mesdaniea Bud Moneham. C. II. Tuesday night. .Tbo K. K. Baud iNg Company. furnished music and tbo band boys Lynn and D. E. Lynn mado friends Henderson, Ky., Oct. 22 Maj. S. M. Klminel spent Siuiday aro loud Iu their praisosof tho In Madlsonvillo a vist Tuesday. Tom llopwood, w shot and with his parents in Hendertiou His cordial hospitality tbat they receivMiss Anna Deal Bramwell, who is killed Elbert Brans on Out. 7, in mt father was superintendent of the St. ed ftoni the haiulb of the citizens of attending school at Hopkinsville, sit Charles miueB for a riunibur of Dill's saloon in (his city, whs inCharles. spent Sunday with her parents, COl, , years, and is well known to the St. dicted tliiri ni'to.rnoott the Oa.lttHt Friday afLernouu, Mr. W. Mr. and Mrs, Jno. Atkinson mid older citizens of that plawj and this E. Darib wan bustest of the East i oh urge of mnnsliuihtur. Hop. dnuuhtur have returned from their city, I End Card club. Mrs. W. Kr Nlsbet summer hem? at Wiightstown.N J. nod fin ve bull ltto to(nv and Deputy Sheriff Uraetdy is now was the guest of the uiub. cit Mr. aud Mia. G. W. Gillian and whs releni Iron i custody. lie Uuoy delivering ttio ballot boxas Geo. Atkinson aud Delia un. MUh Lena Gillian, of Muhhniboig hart been ('"ulincil in tho county will bo used Tuabday, Novem- South worth made equally high that pra as ber 2. The two boxas fiat will bo scores. After the usual number of county, visited Mra. J. W. Cobb jail since t tut crime. He will be uee'd'tn this city. Imva been deliver-e- n games, a delicious salad course was Suudav. is tried at h Junuury form of Ban and everything will be ready at soivod. The tifternoon proved a Mrs. Mary Franklin, of Ottt intiuii circuit court. Tho whs lor county, returned homo Monday, 0 a. in. Tuesday. most doliuhtful one. plnced at $1,000 by Judge" Hen of after a pleasant visit to hi nephew, ."fall Oh us. Miles. Miu and the t'l'JNoner'h f.itlior ,ind Liiol nmnwrwnwiiiBWiiwniiw Mrs. tiniest Eastwood and two In inile kilned the bond. "J teresting boys,, of M'Tganliold, are ll8 t .j ' Tip to Local Bachelors. Visiting her parents, Mr. and Mis. larml Coming dovwi to the office at an ' IX, tiniest Roou. No sense in running from one doctor to another! Select iln early hour tire other morning the ReMr. aud Mrs. Torn Hodge and con, Ths, tlie best one, then stand by him. No sense either in trying Charlie, wero iu Nortonvlllo Sun-da- view man noticed 0110 of our most Iliad popular and highly educated young lathis thing, that thing, for your cough. Carefully, deliberthe guests of Mr. aud Mrs. dles buelly, engaged in carrying in p'Klalii, ately select the best cough medicine, then take it. Stick John Lauv. uit aad stacking the wluter supply of w J. Duu is alt etudes. Dancnu, ibu hustling insnr-auc- o Powets, of Mndfsonvilie. were in the city last night on business. Tin city of Nortnnville now Is lighted oy electric llKhtianu tbo business bouses and residents have the incandescent soi vie . Sam Lnuib, who win (ue of the tiirue candidates tor City Judge, flld an affidavit with the County Clerk,, withdrawing bit name from the raeo. Letcher Fox and Henry .Murphy wero iu tbo city yesterday en route to Mortons Gap. where they will speak In the interest of the Republican party. Mr. I.. P. Xellls, of Kansas City, Mo., is visiting hor grandmother, Mrs. Cordier. Mr. Noflis is a daughter of Dr. A. H. Cjordier. a promlnout surgeon of thatfcity. Mrs. Kate Withers, who has just returned from Arkausaw, will leave next week for Hopkinsville, whero she will finish hor visit. Sho reDr. A. O. Sisk aud Elsorth.Evans ceived so many invitations while spent a fow days last week In Louvisit-Tuesda' A new industry forEnrliiiRton 5TR0T&E BROS. HIGH ART CLOTHES. Siimuoi H. Mawell who hao boon Tiny aro tho bolter kino ronuer bettM ntyleil and holding a aonefl of mootinga for laiion d Tho new fall and Inter vRrinetiic are models tho past two weeks at the Ohris-tifur hi.Ii-'onand reflupri oAte in fashlooing nifij.flii-IhiIichurch in Eurlington, ml Models there alst fm tin- nisn t'ont'rrn-viijp us flint, ho has im'.uci'H vc tax ic and means, . ins nsanoiates in bupinosfl to come Hen'6 Sail 5 and 0 veronals $10 lo $45. Mrs. A. Ij, Foard Ih vlntlng rela- to Knrliiiutnii to consider Boys' Sull6andOvc:rfonl$3.50$l5. tives In Bookport tnis week. proposition from You tuiy iu a retail Mrs. O. C 'Oaiifiler made friends in nsnufiu'turrs whon t f' to establish a munufne-turni- p ou bu. tp, Madlsonvillo a visit Saturday. jil'int and sain department Lawson Miles spoutTnesday ulj;ht for their bustnefs in tins Urri with relatives in Hopkinsville 0111? tory. C. A. Clsney, of Ctsney Kv., visJ3B' A fi'w uf Eirlmgtoti'fl btibinetiH ited friends 111 thi- - cUy Sunday. gunlle-nicn- f Bev. Geo. C. Abbott, of HupLius-vlll- men havo invited thjo An- txtonsivo store In thomielvcs, and oulr tho namely G. E. Hymer, if spont Tuesday iu tbo city. best makers makoB are leprosonted. A purelutce bore Uncle Folio DavlB. of tbo country Kanmi6 Oitv, and S. JR. Maxwell is a afe nurchase. If y oil can not come Iu porsou. near hear, was iu town Monday. and W7 A. B.irry, of St. Louie, mall ur phono us your want, as Mrs.J.B. Llndle made relatives Mo , to locate a plant hero. Only IT PAYS TRADE HERE. in Madiionville a our plant will bo established in Mrs. Jann Whitford Bpont yostor-da- y thofrtatoof Kentucky. It will K with friends in Madlsonvillo. be thu first Plant in (ho 00 Master Ed Long paid friends iu aud the second plant instil Houderson, Ky., a visit Sunday. North Statep, he no it is a raii'l, Mrs. Joe Motbersbead visited hor floor proposition to bo operated parents in Madisonvlllu Tuesday. Otbo Boyd, from the Frostburji by and controlled by local slock W$ holders strictly and should up country, was in the olty Saturday. Mrs. Ernest Newton was a mjst provo ro every business man ol of friends in Madisonvlllu Tuesday. E rlititt'n. Tho gentlemen menMrs Jno- - Lynn Is visiting rela- - tioned owned aud cupt rolled the Jtlves in,pb5tiaii;qounty this week. rights and patent on tho article Mrs. JudgafeM, J Stokes made manufactured feud the plant in friends in MadisooviHe visit Mon- Eurliuglou will control fuffioienl day. territory iu keeping uuto thee in Je Mp eAiAL ammw aam Mr, and MrsT Daro Adams aro invested and its cnprt'city to spending this woek with, friends In mm S aammrtmS. aaaYSaaVaaaattmmmr aaaaa taa aa 4BLJT ,ala insure its operation 12 months in Sk ImaWr Ohio. .wf W amaaawr.aaamTlaaaaaaaaaaafMi'aaaraae Vyi the year. It should omplov from Miles Capps left Mommy for a AmW AaWWIaaW aWW JawAaWx week's visit to frieudauat B&kutB, 150 to 250 high claes men, office aawT? ammw amm tflTAaY' W aw taP HbPv ww jp Ki Jar at eam jawtJbW war wammmp wtjmT fly mmmar mammx.jfc Tenn. V' lamen, salesmen and factory n )( per, wm t real style and th- finest tailored garment!, those wbo have not ye don - 1, should try 11 - 1 1 1 11 I 1AT5 AND SB10ES DEPARTMENTS. - MEN'S) m m o, 10 Strouse & Bros. Evansville, Ind. ivmrnwmmMNMMMMmt' MmWW mmf itl ammw BJir pm wKSr iiiJiWiftfcliwl!!iiBcMi Jniy 219 MIAN ST., EYANSV1LLE, IND. Vrs. y r - 5 58 ThV tore Is now dMphlng a eoiaploiu and nttlhentlc assort-- ! meat of tho new creations in Suit. Mllhiory, and App&ral, of all sortstor Women. Misiei ond CluMreh. The prices quoted beroi reprt-eu- t lUimdiit bnrKaiu valuec. . 'VoroinV. buits.J splendid "valiifs fiom.$10.O0 to t30.00 Women's Suits, Extra size up tool from $26 00 to $30.00 $7 GO to $12 00 Misses Suits, elzos 1.1 to 17 from 0 tojlt from K'OO to ) 7.60 Jaeki-tWomeue and Cbildreus at bargain prices. , Womens Waitr fnm 9o lo $10.00 Trimmed Hats from $2.00 to $10.00 Dresses, Petticoat?. Furs, etc. We r Your ltailrnad or Boat Fre. We make all Altiratlon free of Charge. iih every $5.00 purcluie we rlH'pro ut our eustomers with tin U' mission ticKet to vne clipeo nuaevilir enow at the uranu. g-ChildrenK-Suita.iftizes --rfSto Ev-ansvl- half-bac- k Flf-too- ' k, Autumn leaves nothing to bo desired in scarf plus, cuir links and "buttons, watches, cbalus, and fo'bsT We'bavn inanyuhliino eoncelts for Rifts in rings and tlimoml stud. iu'hJ that you desire iu jewelry of all kinds that is up and that is of tho very highest art of tbo Koldsmlth'f, watchmaker's and "" optician' craft tit le " rR DRESSY HLN. . H Arlington, M. N. TAPPAN, Jtnler nd OfillcUn, s- -t tienlucky. Bt FT T - u J.iHp" TJTJT: f Ji" r, "7T TT" T" TJF J od $ a 1 i 4 MARKET rul romrr-i-ilcin- 'A t ' pleasuif and .an fiction ) 'Ilili.c.'Uipjn) fTirlnn an Idcil fanners telephone linu rale and full latotmanuii tin lie tud by addt"Mni! our neaieit oOicb, or writing direct lo headquarters. Narnlll,Tecn . cover thnrnlire state ot Kentucky. Tonnes&te. Mlinippl and Lou Our linn h. mi mt uim in jn.ruuui 01 inuiana una iiituota 1 11 with ("jiiba cllalnril dully wlitn i tinner lias he service of tbo Cuuberlind Telcplin it Telegraph . Coiuiuuy in III retidesca. not ... oniy iiui, uui 5 our laiany nin pokjr'i in ncihtort and trlendt In iho etnlni;, uiakliiK farm Ufa one or PRICES ... 1 V o-j- V ? A niiRinrniiyn Trirnitnur uuHiucnLflnu icLcrnunc "IU 0 06 Incorporated Trirnmnu ntll icLcunnrn ui yr Mt 1 Y y Ms-daiu- es m !. i W " bl DA'.'-'v- r l.,h. &$ l 7 I l , Ml J; I One Doctor Only One '. tUM?5 "jWih, 1 3.io 7fl-L a.m.! jfA.M.i ' CU11 jf "Ml , ik K " " V y. L L"Ji.pr.MV to it. Ask your doctor about Ayes Cherry Pectoral for throat and lung troubtes. fcoiu lor nearly seventy years. No alcohol in this cough medicine. JX.Ayo..Uiodl.Mui voar try IM1 i, that tWn. forWIU? constipatkw? Whyhenot tkk to tbit, s)ood Ask )ur doctor if A: apprtthfs advice. He ?q wood. And sho didn't seem to mind a bit who stopped aud rubbered at the It always worries an aJjspgtiuluJed imtwua! slsht- rths chap who gets wau to tb Ink li em't rwaeuiber what taat filrj to trot ifltb Mm along MfVs It was he was goAnz to worry shout, slorajy pathway vi ba in Dig tOftJcj 4t,i'l'w Nerf York Tlw '' Slwwt mi Ctrl ui rtrit Cud) FrM RwlwlntU ii llff izj " .ffll mi 7r .vJHi J Sb; f?. taai - .-(- - - 3fron i fir Tf en s an Mefm&ek othing for Autumn & WinfeP and TiMthof iHeiF'lfnigsaiiam-edaknc- l anxious to buy faU cjpthes. It is worth doing, tool forwgfare showilTg'So rmih.of fashion in our doflies that the eareful dresser wants early choice. "We do not show dozens of suits as alike-ascigaretts; ifsf four, six or eight of a pattern the individually that custom tailors preach. . 'Tis the Greatest of our life our purchase of Autumn and. In Suits are We showing "The Alton," Cambridge' "The Park" tk: Winter and Suits "The Fulback," "The and others. Overcoats No man who buys his clothing season for In Overcoats HP. fc the i without first having looked carefully choice through our numbers does hims e If justice. " The vufj luxury Bronx "The - ' QT V . 'V .1 y . Boulevard, "The Auto" and others. in r P !, Mill Wjl.WIWJ wyr I IM.mil.ll'l'IM.TIT"'TTl Ji... tlU'llllilllHI.UI"""1"111'"" ! JPwRBn are anxious to! show our suits and Overcoats, for, being jdfelighted with them, we'loiow our entliiislasm will prove cbiW tagious. v W"& t :; , Hftr i j Tf SIM I k J KiTiSK .! - Prices Ffam $f 0ia $& BISHOP & CO., t , rTrf( ...'Il.'.'flll'.'J'jk1:' Jil IKTW .. 'WANT THE M8T,' YOU WANT OURS. MKP MAMVU.teMAK?) V jUttff "Jt ' H BKBESQQ3SSSS5mS Si GOVERNOR AT MADISONVILLE. -- 1 whoro ho fiavo tho official start to a football game between tuo iMadisonvillo and Houdorsonliigh liehool teams. He was photo- jraphed there with tho football ilavers as ho had been before Ivith tho Klub Kontuok Band, Ind after watching tho game for lehorfc time, proceedod to the nud took train for 'Louis- - handa with the -- speaker. From tho Taboruaclo.tiho Governor and party drove td tho fair grounds, (Oontiuuoa from first pago.) thoband struck up nud huudrods f people, ladies and gontlbman, camo to the platform to shako of Jho villo. It was necessary ior mm noon in tho interest orto got away at that;timo in to tlio State Constitution. Q der that ho might reach St. Louis provontedtho on Mouday in timo to join Presi- jDelayod trains party for tho arrival of Senator Bosworth jmd ded Taft and waterways inspection tup down audWyatt, f ramors ;lQf tho Mc- tho Mississippi to Now Orloaus. amendment, and Messrs. Oarty audJ. V". Beckham until An enthusiastic recoptiou was givou tho Govornor on his arrival aftorjthejnootingjadjournod, at Madisonvillo Saturday .by a while cold aud blustering weathnumber of citizens who wore er koptjdown tho attendance. JO Editor Harry Somors, of awaiting his arrival. was hero, though, and made a most offoctivospeeoh, GOOD ROADS AMENDMENT Eliza-bethtow- n, in this way had showedCadvanco. niout in tho last decade, and that if Kentucky adopted tho samo plan tho presont majority of pauper counties would soon become self sustaining. Charles E. Barker, member of tho Executive Committee of tho Good Road Association, also spoko along tho samo lines. Editor Summers Speaks In Favor Twelve Hundred Delegates Present And Others En Route to outlining ;tho groat"ladvantago 6 ot that would come to every section Billings. tl which provides for State aid to the counties in "building better Hopkiusvillo, Ky., Oct. 23. Under tho Auspicoa of tho Statb roads, is passed. He deolared that only those Good Road Association a mass meeting was hold here this after-- ' States which granted State aid f M i Proposed New Law. oflho State if the amondme nt, in attendance. In connection with tho exposition there is not less than $50,-00- 0 worth of machinery adapted Billings, Mont., Oct. 25 Tho to dry farming work. Dry Farming Congress openod May Knelt In Murder. this morning with 1,200 men in Madisonvillo, Ky Oct. 'M. terested in raising grian and veg- Saturday night two aegroee, etables with little rainfall pre- sent. Between 500 and a thou- William Yarbrough and George sand more are expected to arrive Bone, becamo involved in a difficulty over somo tnval matter Tho Dry Farming Congress when Bone drew a knife and cut was organized in Denver four Yarbrough, inflicting several se years ago from a little meeting rious wounds in tho stomach. It of 150 meu. It is attended by is tho opinion of the attending representatives of at least a doz- physicians that Yarbrongh will die. en foreign countries. All railroads operating in tho Dull London. country affected are taking a Vhe poot Gray rrould haro oct94 BUY FARMING CONGRESS OPENS deep interest in tho work of tho with Jamos Douclaa In thtofclnj yoiw cannot bo gay la London, ni "Lax Congress and have their high boon at London this month, lliat to-da- y. of-fico, another.'yfcjj Bw4D sutat!Kr ml BMritad: "l tuSEi of ton aisimd wlA fbtekuigoir Altaim b5Wmi ft to UMtw&fMJJfl enra dull place, where aTl peeplw, der 20 find so much amnsemefet," km wrote to a friend. And neIBff raaft Joseph Androws say in a leKe; t Panola, "London is a pfece, there to s little good faUowftfa Art tfte Hexk door neighbor asV'8 ii kC v ay3 41 'i t ' , 0i t t' iy tarn -iM--- - t tWi r.j W JVH fwy innii fourf i. I. -- ',-- wj.mj)j'..' .., . "' 4M444 fWPqpS' iSqEnfiMSNNpiSCpfl Wi w "iM.yi'iy1 ( S'ff ., ' 4 f f .....I,. - T J- ujamBtc . 1 J-- "5if1 '? - Mjl .... 1 l . f if Tint! M.J Subscription Rates One Year $1.00 STATE0FILL1NQIS LOSES RIVER SOU SUPREME COURT DECIDES LIGHT AND POWER CO.'S CONTRACTS ARE GOOD. CIRCUIT JUDGE. We are authorized to announce the candidacy of CITY DIRECTORY. OITV OFFICEItS. Mayor Jamos It. Itasli. Police JudRO Krnoflt Nowton. Olilof of rollco Wm. Kradloy. Nlfjht Olilef Clareilco Mitolioll. 1 it PAUL M. MOORfi, COITOR AND PUBLISHER THOMAS WAND BUSINESS MANAGER Six mouths Throe month Slnglo conies 60 2G 5 Cifton J. Waddill, of Hopkins County, Memhcrof Kentucky Press Association ' and Sectmd District Publishers League Specimen copies mmlprl fren . Correspond-ont- s on wantod in all part of tho county. Addrcssa us for parnpplic-nMou- II ticulars. 77wrsdVy BLOW TO WATERWAY PUNS , Republican nominee for Circuit Judge for the Fourth Judicial' district, to be votdd for at,the November election Tetipkol47 iu 0 $ Mf'H4MHHMMMM can pass Grand Jury Finds No Basel for tion Against Him Oco(er 25, S09 j ! Judges Hold Desplalnes Is Not Owing to V.irlrlous Obstru- Navlg-able- ctionsTitle to River Bed Passed From State. 111., Springfield. 27. Tho Oct. famous case of the Stato of Illinois against the Economy Light and Power company, around which hinged legislation in regard to a deep waterway at tho last session of tho general assembly, was decided by tho supreme court Tuesday morning, tho atato losing every main contention It made. Some years ago the Illinois and Michigan canal commissioner executed a contract with tho Economy Light and Power company by the terms of which the company was to construct a dam in the bed of tho Desplalnes river for the purpose of furnishing power. Gov. Deneen sought to have this contract Invalidated, his main, contention being that tho river was navigable and that, therefore, the con- .tract had no binding effect. The case has been stubbornly contested. i Nqtracc or beauty ar perish, tut other beauty id somcWncrc born; JUDGE HENSON EXONERATED Insinua- Commonwealth's Attorney, We are authorized to announce the candidacy of Mntllson Oldliiun, II. O. Hourlivml, h. II. O'Brlun, Goo. C. AtkltiHon, Thus. Jllalr. Meeting night first Monday nlsrht In oncli month. Rclionl TriiBteo Paul M. Mnoro, IJonnl of iloaltli Kd M.Trahorn Jno. X, Taylor, Curtis J). Johnson, M. D. Tax AssoBHor P. Prloo. OitvCIerk-Pa- ul Treasnror Frank H. Arnold. City Pliyslclnn W. K. Nisbot. Olty Knirlnoor F. I). HivbIi. Wood Street Coinmlnslouer-Ro- bt. Counclhnon Jno. II, AikluRon, Postmaster ChaB. Cowoll. r YQtifecjfoi trutli or good be lan tea, out trie yicia muse row as the growing corn. -- B1& C arman. h. S3 FATALLY SHOT BY HUSBAND. Ww Henderson, Ky., Oct. 22. The grand jury returned a report this morning completely exonerating Judgo Heusoti on the charge made in a published letter of J. Stokes Taylor in which he intimated that Geo. L Campbell bad received u "tip" in advance in the tobacco case recently decided by Judge Henfion. Resolutions of Respect. CARL ber election. HENDERSON, of Crittenden County, Republican nominee for Commonwealth's Attorney for the Fourth Judicial district, to be voted for at the Novem- Kknk.st Nkwton, K. of R. and S. Hopkins Lodgo, A. O. U. W. No.' W51 moots ovory Thursday utstlit-Y.Q- . LODGES. Masonic LoUro E. W. Turner, No. DIB moots 1st. and 3rd. Fridays in onoh month. E. J. Pim.r.ii's, Soo. Victoria Lodge, No. 81, K. of P. moots ovory Monday and Thursday iliirhtsi Visitors wolootno. , STATE SENATOR A formerly a Jacksonville, Fla , Girl Schoolmate, of 24. En- Oct. sage-because his chorus-gir- l irifovrcfcrrod a life on the stage William t, of New York city, toot and fatally wounded the station hero and then d -- Whiugton, S Earlinion Man. ' ': deatf. bullet crashing through hia to Irouw) Thte eeritftjl He died an Oausualty iter at the u tenrple. hos-itutf I Tagetly, which followed a of quarrels"botween the oipi created a sensation That our tenderest sympathy Jn amoW the largo crowds at the be extended to his family and Be, akitiSMrs. Shout had just loved ones, in this, their sad hour 1 from a taxcab which of affliction, and that we point en ' ,,K'g thenvto Him who doeth all tilings '"J,we m o occupied ibyao u8 ) feudf md her girj'frieudi and welLfor comfort and solace. ' ph'. a jurying to caicu a1 'train Tiit'.theEarlington Oomman-- : or 1 of, m far m eburg wheu Shor-t- 'nvitlu drrrtiviOG. 0., wear the usuai bag&iaFlfuiourning for thirty vng, whipped-cevolveeye of -- J3t. an(to?(fi?ed tljfee (day nud 'that thoir resolutions jd pocket bp'giyen a place in bur lodge Ml . into'his wifeUtAjneJh-r re,cd('(8, aud, a copy sent the woman, whOtMnpsi-neat the hospital'' iVkfriwii' farnjiiy. L. W. Rick lH yn Howard ou J. 1. Dean wmi m inyed itt WaBhingtd'. lastOkas. Qowkll " . "Tho r'i Motor ,Girl" fjMalw ith Ul illay. Oolnmittee one was xoqnieny l jjowis, or jacKsonvuio, r A Mttdlclno Cheat. Hta.ind married Shortf who is An old3hlp' captain said he sallod ship - mivQ of Livingston, Ala., all around tbe world somo IS times Atnfc3V0ttyeara ago. and tho only medicines he allowed New York where aboard were "castor lie" and This? lived in If thoy wero sick below the $ wjli employed as a bookkeep belt castor oil did tho work; if above, ai bank, but soon after the ipecac was auro to do the trick. of mt fcirjnarriage, tho man got in-- i New York Prose. dt clutches of the fasv Hi Not Always. HHroh alleged misappropria-iie- u He that tolleth theo that thou art bf funds, Mrs. Short told always wroug may be deceived; but ho the Milico when she regained rightthat salth Hint a thou art always liar.. Jarashyd IsJ surely MUMi'isness at the hospital, is il tyrved atorm in Sing Sing. Sbn )gh sheer noseesity, Mrs. tior , said, alio drifted to the s a moans of livelihood. siHi: paroled Bi Vt was recently Iriui, ypriBon, Mrs. Short said, - We, the committee on resolutions on the death of W. E. Gordon beg leaye to make the following report. Whereas the Supreme ltuler of the Uuiverse in tho disposition of His all wise Providence has n j movoi from our midst our broth-oW. E. Gordon, who departed this life Oct. 2, lflOS), Be It Kosolved, That, by his death the Earlingtou Ooniman-dry- , U. 0. G. 0., has lost a faithful member, his wife a faithful his and loviugMiusband, and children a kind father. r, Wc arc authorized to announce tKe candidacy of Walkhk, See. Golden Cross Lodo, Earlmton, No. 525 moots 1st. nnd Jlrd, Saturday nlsrht in each month. Mkh. M. I). Long, See. Degreo of Honor, No. 10 moots 2nd and 4th Saturday nights In oaoli month. Hon Mibh The State's Contentions. The main contentions of the state were: E. B. Ifer-hus- - " , r i the-'-fltage- - I . mw "whlp-plcac- .' ia tj "That the state vt Illinois owns the bod of tho Desplalnes river at tho point where the dam of tho Economy I,!?ht and Power company U? located. "That tho Desplalnes river Is a navigablo stream and that the proposed dam would constitute an obstruction to navigation. "That certain contracts executed by the Illinois and MIchignn canal commissioners under which tho Economy company claims certain rights are void and offer no justification for tho construction of the dam across the Desplalnes river." On tho first point the court holds that the title which the state originally owned In the bed of the river passed out of the state by a conveyance made by the Illinois and Michigan canal commissioners in 1859, In purby the suance of a law passed .legislature. In 1843. which authorized tho commissioners to "convey' any and all lands which the' state Jhen owned for tho purpose of .crqahg a fund with which to comp!co 'thaloanol. Must te NavlgabIJty' laact. Onq the, second point the 6;urt;hods that tho Question of navlgSbilK ' In law Is navigability hjfact,, and $aj the' evidence Introduced by the' state In sMnport of the claim that tbe Desplalnes .rlrfe: U navlenble does not shpw thatjl ha'everj.peen use!, as 'a s highway for commerce, and that, to Its crookedness and the rrent falt JistwreeV JLockport itfd jtho place where It empties Into the Illinois river It presents obstructions suqh as have never so far been overcome. On the third point the court holds that all the contracts are valid and that the rights claimed by the Econ omy Light and Power company under thera can be exercised ,for the full period of 20 yoars. ' OF CHRISTIAN COUNTY', LONG. n Li.ik Hukk, Soo. Republican nominee for State Senator to represent Hopkins and Christian counties in the next legislature, to be voted for at the November election. Harry K. Thaw, acquitted of tho murder of Stanford White on the ground pf Insanity, from tho order of tho lower court refusing to release GOV. PATTERSON INTRODUCES him, from Confinement at tho Matteaw-aSlate hospital for the criminal InCHIEF EXECUTIVE. sane. Thaw's counsel, A. Itussel Peabody, President Dedicates New tY. M. C. sued for a writ of habeas corpus to Building and Delivers Address f secure Thaw's' roleasc. In the Tennessee City. Mills declined to Issue the Justice Memphis, Tenn., Oct. 27. Tho writ andHllq appellate division upheld tooting of whistles on Jho,, river at his dectofqnThp' court of appeals coneight o'clock .this morning anBounced firms theKaetton of tbe appellate di the arrival of tho flotilla? tkitjli. bear- vision oneke' Ve)nlowi of Jusflcs' " t ing and escorting Prcc'klest'Taft and Jenks andyuch,; scores of other dlatiCfeked persons ' ' to New Orleans , Patterson--, !'ptttwd;ptw--irtim&& Mayor Malone and'Humerous cUf fl clala led the large reception canmlt-te- e pear In tlghtsfere the same DSp! aosara the steamr Olaoater as with whom Uurrjhaa saslxed in sieljp' lad AdeiaMe oba M rriaga'lBirdeetraB'd'Wer-eeme- at" home;1 Kttrya Aashun'tz. former saeajbers of Plnh tke presllont. parUr, attar tke ox- - burr's mott excluslra socUty x Tho eatlre Lodgo, Earlingtou Court. No. 55 moots ovory 2nd and 4th Friday niirlit at now Victory Hull. Joicx Wand, Scribo. Stan Jwalto, Tribe No. 57,Rod Mon moots evorr Friday sioep. O. S. Crhnsiiaw, O. of It. Woodmon of tho World, Catalpa Camp No. 801 meets every Wednesday night. All members aro earnestly requested to be tlioro. J. S. IlANcoaic, Clork. Hur TUFT STOPS AT MEMPHIS Modora Woodmon of tlio World. No. lli32moetn every Wednesday. Y. Q. Walkkk, Soo. U. V. O. No. 7.13 meets a Elk, Mndisonville Monday night. Jas. E. Francoway, Socy. Visiting mombors are cordially invited to attend any of those t Lodges. t ' i V TtVhur? r d ow-1n- cat1 't .wm.ui.itfw an IniaasMse' atrMosoMM wa 1 b)m rMgaed frosa tke caaC at Tte at 7:30, Meter 9kf aaa aa rm pah H .Claas meeting, second Sunday ac hvm formed vrith Mr- - Taft'a car la tbe ta Alyla, Msater wiUout iu;ua. m. imv. j, n.jamDry, pMor -.J Sunday-KhoolateDaCsi. a, Preaohiugevertr Lord's day at 19:45 a. ra, and 7 f ni. Prayer metlax evory Wedaef. dajr at 70 p, aa.; , il. E. OuoKOftv-Re&Oservice tliirdSu1udayatlla.Hi.and7:Mp.w. Prayer meetlag: "Wednesday orenlm Hit Jar First mays ovory Sunday and holy day at 7:00 n. in. Second. maBa and proachliw 0:30 a, ni. Vespers nnd bcnodlotfonj p. m. Rev. J. P. ,'MoPariand, Paator. UitRiariAN CiniKOir. Saaday-sehoolat0:30- Catholic Ciiukou. CHURCHES. a. Woman's Age often does not agree Timber appearance. Pain and suffer ing add to tha years till many women look much older than they really are. Many women, avoiding pain by the regular use of that effectual remedy, for vomen, Win of CarduJ, keep their youth and beauty." W. C. T. U. Electa Officers. Omaha, Neb., Oct. 27. National officers of the W. C. T. U. wero without opposition by tho national convention In session here. The officers are: President, Mrs. Lillian M. N. Stevens, Portland, Me.; vice Mrs. Anna A. Gordon, Evanston, III.; corresponding secretary Mrs. Fiances P. Parks, Evanston, 111.; nsulstaut recording secretary, Mrs. Sarah II. Hoge, Lincoln, Va.; treasurer, Mrs. Ellzaboth It. Hutchinson, Evanston, 111. auo tant- 1 Ho oudea pored to e'wife's promise to quit aie tlie ago aud return to New Mrs. Short !fori vwith him. ,pd that flho had won her jKr, wn ndopoiideuco, faiul again efn d. A ' (Hnpaoied by' Maude Oald- ifc Keachiug this here. it Jjday aftornoon Short reg-iat'ijundor an nRsumed name alt, jsotel where his wife was i Ijat ed Ho imporgan anew. wife to return to him ie'. declined, and ho follow,w, ei a. -. CARDUI Mrs. Annla Vaufihan, Raleigh, N. C tried .Cardut and clt inn WJ jam fra as Is ith V elio loft tho hotel this rrg"f9r tho station. She to.odo her husband, but .itf$r followed aud again write; "I vas sic1; and worn out almost unto death. My sister finally parsuaded met to take Before t had taken Cardul five botllea J was veil and strong." n. Try Cardul. H la for Its tonic, bulUlng qualities should restore you gently to health. Thousands of women live found It to give them lasting benefit wo-me- nan, .tori of Ol C 'wHh hIh tHu "fall ," ids are.. X (When tin y reached tie 'Short made hia tiual en r .....:' iwt w,"n ke' was again ,'Ilfttba tragedy onsued. .ni w to leave the lan I Noose On as Police, Come. Philadelphia, Oct. 27. Arguments Over tlio meilts of Jeffries and John- foirled to a race riot, which, but for police 'Interference would havorcsult- pel Jn tho lynching of Frank Conklln, i negro. The noose already was around Harvard's President Emeritus Dehid heck and he was being dragged to mands Federal Interference With n. trlegraph pole when the police clubLabor and Capital Agreements. lynchers) lipd many of the would-binto submission. Gambler, Ohio.. Oct. 27. Demand for 1) federal Interference with monopo' Kindts Fiancee With Throat Cut. listic agreements of labor and capital Jacksonville, Fla., Oct. 27. With was voiced horo Monday hlght by hor throat cut, Mrs. Mabel A. Beauc-pn- President Emoritus Eliot, of Harvard of Doston, was found in hor mom to a Kenyon college audlouce, In tho Argon hotel by hor phyalcluii, Dr. Eliot declared many of the evils )' JO, E. Hanker of Now York, who pf trades unionism wero showing a hor here and occupied a tendency toward eradication. Among room, across tho hall. It Is understood tho evils he charged to unionism are they intended to be marrlod uliortly. limitation of output, limitation of the 3 number of apprentice?, opposition to Wreck Kills 1; Hurts 5. i free trade schools, tho boycott, the Madison, Yl3., Oct. 27.H. II. Croud domnnd for tho union label on goods n itdckiunn, was killed and fivo wero and tho sympathetic and genera) InJutetl wheu a Chicago & strike. passenger train struck a stock "Tho policy," ho said, "of nrrlvlng aln in tho yards here. E. 1 Foster, at Joint agreements of labor and nt Pilcovlllo, 111., anil Robert Lloyd. Wo- - capital without allowing the consumer ho. Mont., both stoekmon, wen), a voice in tho final decision Is against .U'tlously Injured. all tho traditions of true democracy." o North-A-(?i,orn " proccaai9B ibovcq Csllfor "Copper Kind's Brsthsr. to the nesIlF,- - connleteA Ytni Men's New York. Oct. 27. Arthur T. v" -vh.juU ,'fj$lnxe.. brother of nw.ii.. P. Augustus Helaee all allcateA tad the bullditg waa who was convicted last Juna of adthe preatcent tsklc a pro- vising a witness in the United Copper Investigation to evade tk service ot minent part lit the ceremony. Tken the antamoMI parage was re- a grand Jury subpena, waa sentenced formed and took its way to the Audi- to pay a fine ot $250 and be Imprisontorium, which was packed with ed 10 daya la tho New York City to its Halt's As tie presiden- prison. , k tial party entered the vast assemblage rose to Its feet and shouted a Town Flooded by Tidal Wave. mighty welcome to Hie nation's chief. Mexico City. Mexico., Oct. 27. The Gov. Patterson Introduced Mr. Taftln town of Santa Rosa, in the State of a brief speech and the president de Tabasco, was Inundated by a tidal livered an address that pleased Jriis wave. The loss of llfo Is not known, hearers Immensely. Back to tb. river but Is believed to bo large. The proprocession went, and perty loss is estimated at $5,0000,000. fiont the promptly at noon the Oleander steamed away, followed by the scores Will Take Off Smoking Cars. of vessels that make up tbe deep waChicago, Oct. 27. Tho Chicago & terway fleet. At Helena, Ark., Mr. Oak Park Railroad Co. bust voted to Taft will go ashore at six o'clock this support President Knight nnd has diovenlng and will be escorted through rected that 11 smoking cars bo rebrilliantly illuminated strcuU to the moved Nov. 1. custom house, where Gov. Donaghoy, will Introduco him nnd he will make Police Hunt Bandits. a speech. Dixon III., Oct. 27. Pollco searching for five or six men, who blew open snfo at ELIOT ASSAILS COMBINES the postofflce here, and Nachusa, four miles oast of obtained about enema cKicens r V LJ J , rra..4r. " TilBWortli Laasrua J. fl. Ran. cook, president. Meets oyery Sua- evening at own p. m. ac use 4e-dtca- All are welcome. uy Methodist EplseopalUhurcli. South turn-mant- ty ,,. Al. E. OinJBOH. HOOTH. Rev. W C.Hrandon, paator. Services on evorv Sunday, at 11 a. m. and 7:80 p. ra. Sunday sohool at 9:80 a. m. Prayer meeting, WodueBday evenings at 7:30 o'clock. Ep worth Leaguo, ovory Sunday evening at 0:45. Ladies' Aid Society every Monday afternoon. Official Board meeting Monday after Ursc Sunday in each month. Mibhionaky Baptist OmiHtiU.- Preach H tho fourth Sunday at 11 a. in aud tup. in. and tho precod nig Satui a- - night. Church mooting 1 day Prp a . Sal urd i i I d ,it Ha P r.AI , not ' ,, :i c boforo tho 4 th Sun ool at 0:80 a. m. i v rv Monday nlpht - Grigson, Pastor i- rv tH ba.' rdny night boforo tho 'iiSun jay in ach month at 7:80 ' n flif Suudavat 11a.m. aud7:B0 in i rayor mooting Friday ovon u ' I'.'M. Rev. Rumpus, pastor - il:.V AI'TIST CilUKOH. $1000. CltUKOII i Hoirularservlcos first TI iso. . 7:30 p. in. mid third btmm us at :30p. m. in each motit . Miuduy i if:Bt' soliool oaoh Sunday iv rr.' o'clock, i. 1 KKSJIYTEIUAN man aid. Warned In a Dream. wncn Martin Michael went to his work In a lumber yard in Brooklyn, N. Y., the othor morning, he told his that ho hud had a curious dream and as nfrnld It troublo for him. Ifo seemed worried over It, but the othor men 'aughed nnd he did not speak of It again. About ton minutes before the tin' to quit work for the day, a fhnrp splinter of wood Hew from a pleco Michael waa holding against . a and passed through h's body. A doctor we's hurriedly cnlled, hut Michael was beyond hu fellfiw-worknien Berlin's Women Detectives. Berlin la to have a corps of womea dotectlves. Ton women have booa chosen for the purpose, and will be put to work on cases requiring feml-nln- s Tho polico department bolleves intuition as fast as they arrive. there aro numerous crimes that worsen can deal with better than rasa. that buzz-saw- ilnc Th nil 'Fish 111? ' ti tbi ler bohooTgiri"- days Evelyn attended the Jacksonville, High School' at the sumo ileury G. Jonas, now of igton, was a student in Sjio i'b about 8J '".ool. - Try Cardul. For sale everywhere. ir of age. I m E47 Dime Cots Life In Prison. Mm.clo. Hid.. Oct. 27.-- Dr. Nclm n THAW'S APPEAL IS DENIED Rose, who Jins boon on trul- . irged with the munlor of Daniel H Justice Mills Is Upheld In Keeping Liuder, a traction conductor, whom hv Stanford White's Slayer In ui'ot and killed whon LIndar domain vi Matteawan Asylum. 1 nt Y(.ee fare, has been f n . lie was sontoucud to lu . Albany, N. Y Oct, 27 The court of appeals dismissed tho appeal of i t'Bonmtut. Old His Best. per Passerby "Here, boy, your dog has pay cent. American canned vegetables duties of 349 per cent; canned bitten me on tho ankle." Dog Owner "Well, that's as high as he could fruits, 415; onions, 616: Philadelphia Record. reach. You wouldn't expect a llttlo pup Ilka him to' blto your neck, would One Solution. yor?" Pearsqn'a Weekly. A Pennsylvania inau has solved the rolatlvo-ln-laproblem. Wheu his and Pearls. wife's family visit his home and stay Salmon, a Ynnkeo in Ceylon, over timo ho charges board and has Jouu tins gotten rich by detecting pcurlts In them arrested h thoy refuse to pay. la oystors by The best part la It this way relatlvea-in-lacan do much detects seed pearls, und such oystors toward ninking-- . happy homoa. Baltl aro put into special plants to dovolop. moro American, X-ra- Skyscrapor Tariff Duties. Brazil has some corking tariff duties penlmlvos, 291 por cont; screws, 334 por cent; iron racks, 430 per cent.; Iron bits, 522 per cont; Bchool chalk, CG2 por cont.; koy rings, 629 j -i .J"l,,yf ir ff" h " 9- - f'm " frw ' y "'""j WW'"' 'l,V '' ''fffMf ' T' ' r rjii'j ai'iMnfi"iinfy)l'wi Ptyji-- - I. CR. ,r v1 R. TIME CARD. al Tin.o of departure of Illinois Cer-rtrains from Nortonvllle, Ky. No 101 No. 122, local No. Iin, loo.il No. No. No. NOKTIf HOUNl). 1.28 J02 pa-ffl. !M0 10.45 a m. o.dtt p. m. dOUTH ilOUNK 101 4.03 p.m. 1011 1.40 a.m. 121, local pass. 1.28 p.m. 151 a.m. p.m. local pans G.oH a. m. Straw Used for Matches. The straw of various Brasses and cereals lias been tried and found suit able for wood In making matches. longths Tho straw Is cut Into two-Incby machinery, winnowed to obtain uniform size, and then boiled In parafflno, dried nnd dipped Into the mixture of clilorato of potash, gum arable, etc. for tho Inflammablo tip. Tho process should, If adopted on a largo scale, obviate the uso of wood and also give nn Improved match, with tho advantages of a wax vesta, at a very small cost. Money Comes in Bunches to A. A. C'hlsholin, of Trendwil. N. Y.t now. His reason Is well wortli rondlng: "For a long tlmo I suffered from indigestion, torpid A Day's Work. The Dirty Face Fad. Tho latest crazo among tho One woman's work was done when Mrs. Grace Smith of Devcrly, V. Va., of London Is to havo dropped dead after sitting up all night dirty faces. Some few years ago the with a sick child, doing tho wanning samo young mon developed a fancy for thrco families, picking five gal- for perambulating tho streets withlons of berries and walking to town out hats, but the coming of tho to buy sugar to preserve them. Nothchanged tho mode of showing ing Is said as to what sho did be- that you nro not quite as othor men. tween times to keep from being Idle. Tho Idea Is to carry Just enough dirt to look Hko fast, long distance riders Pittsburg Press. who hnvo had no tlmo to remove tho dust of trnvol, Dundee Advertiser. It's a Top Notch Boor. auto-mobllo Singular and Plural. Whenever she gets to thinking how much they're In debt It affects her nerves." "Huh I tho way It affects hor husband In singular." "How singular?" "Just singular. It affects his 'norve.' Ho tried to borrow a hundred Catholic Standard from mo and Times. Don't let tho baby sillier from oeiema, sores or any Itchlnn of the skin. Doan's Ointment gives Instant relief, cures quickly. Perfectly safn for nll-i- i VII - ul-ttsill it nri-r5MBWWM mu ! Succeed when everytldng" else falls. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they nre tho supreme remedy, as thousands Tiave testified. Bitters C&y?,m&i L. S, N. TIME CARD. originating at Earlingtou. Ktfootlv'o Sunday, Aug 8, NOKTlt HOUND. 11.27 a. m. 0.r'2 p. m. 11.27 p.m. Tlmo ol arrival of trains, piihalnn through ntul departure of trains HKM). tf No. No. No. No. No. No. No. 02 6'J fi.20a. ui. 91 51 6 Hoimr hound. 05 Gl 0.1 .No. a. in. 8.38 a. in. 4.U0 1.21 10.48 NOKTK JIOHJfD. p.m. a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. INTEIUJHHAN TRAINS. No. No. No. No. . 104 8.88 p. tu. No. 1M 7.25 p m. No. Ill runs Sunday only. .No. rcns every day except Sunday. G.GG No. No. No. No. Ill 100 11.00 108 2.03 110 5.02 p. m. SOUTH JIOtNl). D.GO a. ill. 105 107 12.45 p. m. 100 a.20 p. m. 113 general debility," lie wrltos. "I couldu'c sloop, lind no appotlte, nor grow weaker ovory day in ambition, snlto of all mod leal treatment. Then used Electric Hitters. Twolvo e bottles restored all my health and vigor. Now I can attend to business every day. It's a She Had Had Enough. wondorful medicine " Infallible At the Unitarian church in Beverfor Stomach, Liver, Kidneys, Blood ly, a awect little miss was at tho serv-fcand Norvus. GOu. at all druggists. with her mother recently. Tho one didn't scorn to comprehend the Hlo First Chance. pasFor 15 minutes tho gorgeous young sermon a little bit, although tho butterny had been dodging the natur- tor was her grandfather, and niter a her alist's net. "Great caterpillars!" ho restless half hour she turned towhisfinally ejaculated; "either that fool mamma and said in an audlblo per: talkhas gone crazy from the ing?" "Why don't grandpa stop Boston Journal. heat, or a law has been passed requiring mo to take out a flying li"Had dyspepsia or Indigestion for years. No . cense!" Illustrated Sunday appetite, and what I did eat distressed me old-timo lit-tl- o dog-catch- liver, constipation, norvouRiiofls,niul Great deeds compel regard. Tho world oriiwns Its doers. That's why tho American peordo havo crownod I;r. King's Now Discovery tho King Evof Throat ami Lumr remedies. ery atom Is a hoalth force. It kills germs, and o Ids and la grlppo vanmemish. It heals branes aud coughing stops. Sore, mllamed hronohlal tubes and lungs uro cured and hemorrhages cohra. Dr. Uoo. Moro, IJIuck Jack, N. O.. writes, "it cured me of lung trouble, pronounced hopolosB by all doctors." 60c, $1.00. Trial bottle freo. Guaranteed by all druggists. cough-raelcoti Never can tell whni jou'll irmsti a fmer or suffer a cut, bruise, burn or scald. Da Prepared. Dr. TJiomas' Electric Oil Instantly relieves the pain -- quickly cures Ilia wound. it is the best medicine evr soM over a druggist's counter. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AWO STOMACH TROUBLE Character. A great chnracter, founded on the living rock of principle, is, In fact, not a solitary phenomenon, to bo at onco perceived, limited and described. It Is a dispensation of designed to havo not merely an immediate but a continuous, proagency. gressive, It survives tho man who possessed It; survives his age and perhaps Ids country, his language. Edward Everett. A Great Prov-idenc- never-endin- g Feminine Finance. The girl who has the least chance of being trained la tho ono whose father takes unactlon to himself in not "bothering his womenfolk" with his worldly affairs. The Queen. Maga-sine- tcr ribly. nurdock Wood Hitters cured me." J. II Walker, Sunbury, Ohio. - New Oliver No. 5 Sets Swiftest Pace Ever Known in Typewriter Selling. Coiiitlpatlon caures headache, nausea, dutl-naslanguor, heart palpitation. Drastic phytic Rtlpe, tlcken, weaken the hcwels and don't cure. Doan's Kcgleta act and gently euro constipation, aj ceuti. Ask your druggist. i, ADVERTISE .Courier-Journal- The Wimdorfu Frightful Fate Averted. new modol.Ohvor "I would have been a cripple for No. G, lias takon life, from a terrible cut on my kueo themarket by Star. cap," writes Frank Disborry, KelH-he- r, storm. Minn., "without Uuckleti's Its rocoptlon by A of Success Arnica Salve, which soon cured the nubile liasox- ' Infallible for wounds, cuts - decoded iuenthusi- - lies in a keen, clear brain, backed me." asm auy thing wo by indomitable will and resistless and bruises, it soon cures Burns, euorgy. Such power comes from Scalds, Old Sores. Boils, Skin had dared to autloipato. Employers aud stenograpliors the splendid health that Dr. King's Eruptions.' World's best for Piles. alike have wulcomod it as tno oue Now Life Pills Impart. They vital 25c. at all druggists. machine that ansvrors the multipli- ize ovory organ aud build up brain nnd body. J. A. Harmon, Llzomoro, ed need of the hour. The Way to- Happiness. The cry Is for Speed I Speed W. Va., writes:- "Thoy aro tho best To look fearlessly upon lifo; to acpills I over used." 25c at all drugSpeed and the Oliver responds. cept tho laws of nature, not with meek Tho demand for Durability is fill- gists,. Oliver. resignation, but as her sons, who daro ed by the sturdy, steel-ola- d Wrpno (dea Lasts Long. v,.M ,to search and question; to havo peace To ft call for a writing machine that will do many things and do each The last thing that mon learn about nud confidence within our souls ol thou,;; equally woll. the Oliver women la how transparentand nstu. theno.are the bollcfs that make fcr answerswith its unoxamplcd versa- - ral they really are In all tho, essen- happlncssi Materllnck. to tials, ao.ylsiblo writing savos the :ur our delayof being .due largely not t Slightly Colder With dssaclatlon, and straitiSi eye aud bral:-''u you soo that KIi.1 ItalUribllitv lentft)tfttv to 1M aiHttlnWthf. HriMmitfkWa that' wn e broiAt' up tf:'ifSCt fraxlaeas, 4Jt4 14am FnnnoK' i,a - I'YXnt' y the Of work.Phiolotto'ra tbnti SiKtfft h't"";"-)fen ivh? trMMHiit rn tint UfrilfrsHlmt BOOIt Mt JjA aRNfTSPlv' tVtMSSf' "' nn M(uiliJBiaUBUi wKuir:,'iSs return;kj fmm tn mni,fA LiUfe'ailv for it how'.. Dv. a fcMw bottle of Ballard's Snow JLilnlmoht. Ollvffiko. 5 falrlytfkljtloB with c stk, a b2Cqet nest tiling mauo for riieuniatism, uow and exclusive and.,. stiff frost bite.-sorfentnrMU We li&ro sptto.ee mention cjpread before yonVr)nid do you no, coTjian:c eai. wnat joints ''ana mg'stileEvlll.,a;tajvand , flnlvafa'woftheinorelmrJOrtatoueS. gooa ir 'and Kl'.OO.a lih trie Indloatpr shows, good caaY.food do.ftahild whenaa nalnayraSerftk! HiirstaM ; MlritnT' . H PoT soon as fft enters, ifc stomach It Is exaec ciuuug puuic. ahkh Uruuf 'denkrtrneirV. " Balance Shifting Mfiohanlam a ton by Vorms. That's tho reaaoa jv-. I t r.iy stj '. V MM VI your baby U ailing,'; cross, pasty saves effort) AWl Wiiv r LlSyRultug DevijJj Iitfluo f,or fAcod and thin. Give It White's Keal Dsatt Sm, Klrff.' vt Croam Vermifuge. ;Tt will expel wimiftw o fl the worms and act as A tonio for' the' ,1st likpglAalaroC tfeelsst centary DoCw Release doable i child. te deepranddcfep , Mlbdt&MvifTatod : Noii,yibratlng Baw;. iusur'ea Sold by St. Bornar'd "Minlncr Co., r waterwstlj they.ars now caucht U ; stability Yot with all othosa ad- Incorporated, drng department. iflviiths'of 160 to S60 fataoBis, la deep ' irir.teavn still ded eta valleys. Halibut capturs cod by Ojlver.-b- y Tribes Have Rtrograde i further ritnplllled the', ' strange that though Hev tunning them vita strokes of tbe tall. It seems fating brains with motal. halibut Olivor No.G Isadream como truo BTon was the seat of tho earliest civ- Tit roe of a the droam of Thomas Oliver crys- n ilization in Palestine, the In- wslghssg U pounds, wMr.ovcr twvfsel toatalBe.d more Unau 2,009,-0tallized Juto this wonderful orabod-io- s habitants of the surrouadlae country terns 6f shining stool that 9et9. ssvys Prof. Davli- Starr Jor- vory poBsiblo requirement of a are wild and fierce and ape ad their ! VI Si days roaming about with their flocks, perfect. wrltlug machine. Ask the nearest Oliver agent for a camels and ussos, traveling from valCold Weather' Adviqe Froe Domonatratiouof Olivor No. G. ley to valley In search of food, pitchOr send for Tho Olivor Book yours ing their tents, Just aa their ancestors to all Is to beware of coughs and for a postal. did 1,000 yours ago. colds on the choBt; ns uogloctod The Oljver Typewriter Company, they readily lead to pneumonia, consumption or othor pulmonnry The Oliver Typowntor Building. NOT ALL GOODNESS OF HEART troubles. Just as soon as the oouirh ' Uhlcago, III. appears treat It with Ballard's Horo- houud Syrun the standard cure of Pullman Porter Had Good and Sufmiiuuuit. i'bu no uucumu iui- ficient Reason for HI Proffect harmloss. A cure and provon-tiv- o for all diseases of the lungs, fered Services. Prlco 25o. 50o and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by St. Berunrd Miulng Cn "What numbah, Indy?" asked the pleasant looking porter of tho wom- Iucoriorated, drug department an who entered bis Pullman an hour prior to train time. Providential Escape. "Upper 10," answered the mild The old lady had had a sovere Illness, and sho was relating Its vicissi"Upper 16!" Tho portor's exclama- tudes to a friend or two In tho tion was almost a Bhrlek, nnd his yel- grocer's Bhop when tho mlnlstor came low faco screwed Itself into wrinkles In. "It's only by the Lord's mercy." of concern. sho piously declared, "that I'm not In "I "know It's hard," sighed tho wom- heaven Manchester Guardan, as, with a softening of her heart, she ian. felt that this menial was expressing for hor tho indignation sho would rne Tyrannical Husband. have liked to volco horsolf, The tyrannical husband'inny bo the "I don't b'llove this all sold truest of lovors, but if ho Inout like that!" he scolded. "You Just sists that the compromise always on havo a seat thoah, lady, while I goes the blue, his wlfo will shnll bo many shed into tho office; I kin sunn git you tears In secrot. This good man seems something bottah!" to think ttfat four walls and a roof The world was not so bad after all. are onough of a sphere to satisfy a There was a goodness in human na- - sensible woman, and he is amazed beturo which exceeded her most opti yond words it his wife over deslros mistic dreams. For horo was this anything outside thorn. Should Bho man, bolonglng to a department of intimate a wish to go away for a 'tetus print you some service not noted for Its cagernous to visit of a weok or a month, ho raises HAND DILLS coddle patrons, taking such a kindly objections without number. Instincinterest in her comfort. tively tho masculine mind a quick to The portor roturned, with a lac In seo the other side of any question prehis step and a discouraged shako of sented, and cau.scarcely avoid raising a is And H.usinesa Will Boom his head. we kin do, lady: got nn aw objections whenever notnew course ba "Best proposod. Men do mean to ful crowd coinln' on heah. wet blankets, yot wet blankets thoy 1" "Well, It's too bad: but thank you. are in flvo cases out of six. When Just tho same, for your troublo." the dOBpotlo husband wraps the wet Erratic doing. beamed. the' recipient of this unusual blanket, of his opposition around the "It Is easy enough to hitch wishes of a docile wife, thoro Is an to a star," declared tho theatri- attention. "Yaux'm, suah It's too bad!" mut ond of tho matter. Sho will yield her cal manager. "Say on." "How to tered kc:p from being bounced out of tho tho the porter, as ho started for owna' position rather than havo a scene lla'n cupboard. "I was goln' to or fuss. Woman's Home wagon Is tho qucatlon." LouIbvIIIo slceo In mipah 1C mahself!" Puck, . , Bed-Rock 1 Hqr Grievance. "Nover mind," said Socrates, "you may disapprove of me, but posterity will lond an attcntlvo ear to my teachings." "That's what exasperates me!" replied Xantlppe. "To think a man would go to such lengths in order to havo the last word!" Washington The Little Cuss. A llama looks as Innocent as an officer ' man In the Salvation army. He chows no tobacco, but ho can spit Into a man's eye 12 feet away and never touch nn eyelash, and oh, how It stinks and stings. Little boy, don't tease tho llama. New York Press. Professor Got Results. It is said a noted professor of chemistry, who Is always experimenting, thought his three attractive children too lethargic, and so he administered a diet of yeast The result has been According to prompt and effective. neighboring observations, the professor will have to prescribe sedatives next time. A Splendid Remedy era with it. Sold by St. Bernard Mining Co., Incoporated. drug depart in out. , t Bolivia's Mineral Wealth. Bolivia is famous for Its silver, but also possessos considerable quantities of gold, which, however, cannot bo extracted without great expense In I). W. Hart, Pisgah, Ky., Breeder of B. P. Rockb. says; 'I used Bourbon Poultry Cuio with my fowls and find it to be a splnndid tonic aud conditioner. I have also cured chol- BwgW childlike because they abandon a, si Kind You Hm Mm business, nnd thus lose much of their Slgaatue ovory-dnInterest In tho world around of them, It is not uncommon for old war trie uaryest Landowner. to tako up courses of study and The czar of Itussla, with 90,000,000, successfully pass through them. All acres Is tho biggest landowner in the! such occupations serve to keep tho world. Interest nllve in something besldos niero selfishness, and do more toward Not Qualified for the Job. warding off "tho blues" than all tho Father (impressively) "My non, I medicine in tho drug stores. want you to bo very attentive to now teacher, who Is a man of wae A Shake Up information.. He CS and may all bo very woll so far as tho teach irnnnrnl you everything you need I trusts aro concerned, but not when (derisively)--"Ht- C Itcomos tojchllls and fevor and know." Small Boy nothln'! Wny, malaria. Quit the quinine and take He don't know a real cure Ballard's Horbltie. can't oven tell who's pltchln' In tS" Contains no harmful drugs and is league teams." ns certain as taxes If it doesn't euro, you got your money back. Cares Chronio Cases. Sold by St. Bernard Mining Co., ovory "Your Cures tlmo: Incorporated, drug department. Hughes' Tonio for chills aud fever lias nover milpci yet, ana immav Sugar from Old Rags. sold it to a number of chronic cases) Sugar is now manufactured In Ger- tt cures ttera every time." Sold m many from old rags. The rags are Druggists C0c. and $1.00 bottles.' Prepared by Iloblnson-PottCoJ treated with sulphuric acid and converted into dextrine. This Is treated incorporated, Louisville, lty. 3'ft with a milk of lime, and is then subWhite Horse of Kllburn. jected to a new bath of sulphuric acid, The biggest artificial horse in ti which converts It into glucose. Tho glucoso obtained by this process is world is tho famous White Horse Kllburn, identical with that of commerce, and formed bynear Thirsk, which yeamt a native of Kllburn 50 may be used in the same way for conago, who cut away the turf' In tW, fections, ices, etc. correct form and thenjjovered It irttk' nmeaione ino wnoio occupyPif;S two acres of tho side of the hill. Tlss Relic of Ancient Sculpture. During excavations conductod near figure makes a conspicuous landmasfc Wlllendorf, on the Danube, by the for over 20 miles round. section of the Austrian Natural History museum, a chalk figurine, Worked Wonders 11 centimeters high, has been discovMrs. C. P. Wiggins, Lexington, ered in stratum containing instruments and weapons characteristic of Ky., says ; "I gave'tuy fowls .Bourwere tho stono age. The figurine shows bon Poultry Cure when they won- -, traces of having been painted and rep- sick and It cortaintly worked ders. resents a female figure with remarkSola by St. Bornard Mining Co., able precision of artistic execution. Incorporated, drug department. Keep Interested In Something. Many old men break down and y o ut. peo-pl- o 7L, i et w' f I - - 1 the seventeenth century an Indian near the town of La Paz found a mass of gold, supposed to have been ,dej tached from the neighboring mountain by. lightning. Bolivia is, on the whole, In- - a backward condition, political changes and internal conflicts having hindered the development of Its natural- wealth. - own-wan- Snow-Whe- True Philosophy. have been told of a Spaniard whs Tho woman of tho house where always put on his spectacles whsfe you're Invited to dinner may insist about to eat cherries, hJLhas,. that sho has nothing in the house "fit might look bigger and more tempting to eat," but wo wouldn't advise you In like manner, I make the moats to criticise the heaviness" of Jier bread my enjoyments, and pack away 'fifjr or the sogglness of her cake. Los An- - troubles in as small a compass asOT can. Robert Southey. celos Excress. , j Bo Careful! I v n 'M , lIncrl "', .r'- -J it i jn ii'V timr? J i'J , ' ;tl . tl fW . - twite-aliv- e wi. l. -- , J'.3. oonve--ulenoef- j mr-- ST. BERNARD VVtJL i :. -- 1 ' . j.. , . m, x I I , Inap'f-ovoments- I. 1l M med in Hopkins Coimty ,Kentcky, th&iargest coal producing coaftty in the $tate. This company operates 360-poun- to-da- y moon-aulsi- a4 - EIGHT LARGE MINES and producesjabout one-sixt- h of all the coal mined in all Kentucky. Best Coal for Steam and Domestic Purposes St. Bernard No, 9 Coal has come to be recognized, through years of satisfactory use; as the standard grade both for steam and domestic purposes, in the large territory reached by our products. Another point in favor of our coal is the fact that we have established DON'T MOVE OUT An Unimpeachable Record for Prompt Service Year Around 4 tfre-',?- . pas-seuge- r. iufcCr1 Our mines are operated more days in the year than any mines in. Kentucky and with an enormous output at command we are able to give the promptest and most satisfactory service. ST. BERNARD COKE in various grades. . ca-ah- 's is also a superior fuel and is extensively used in base burners and heating furnaces for residences or any other building that needs to be. heated, and takes the place perfectly of high priced anthracite coal. This coke is extensively used in manufactories as well and is furnished If your Dealer .does. not Handle our Coal and Coke " . write to us, ST. BERNARD MINING CO. INCORPOHATKD your-wago- n Home Office: Earlingtpn, Ky. Mines on Louisville & Nashville and Illinois Central Railroads .) kk("ir; ffM? M W rM',i. " t roui " SP4 4T 7W0 MEETINGS rt ! ,ndidatcs;fpr Circuit Judge and timonwcaltJS Speak Here Monday Night JTHEMl3lTOr(lUiW RINK AFTER CLOSE - has ft number of relatives here them to come again. We havo always solicited tho and Madisonville, Nin., as he was known to his friends, was a patrons of tho school to visit us whole fioulcd, sonorous man, and tioo our work. If they s who did not have an enemy and would come and acquaint with tho teacher J and numbered his frionds by all that rtldiow JiimcrU.s. .remains rfljiexthftf r. impi ?f the ' work; tlio tho.aiTort8 Rut lonnwou rp jno amyo uy a. Jaror Inclhrnlgsr-vn- il concourse oi fic Floral forth to Ijblp tho children on to ofTorimjs wore mfinynniPboauM-fill- . ferlirfcoeaful life, there; vill bo 1cm Thk Bkk extonds to the inoro coinmon'dfttioi'intWl wife and yount; children its sym- condemnation flf t:ho. greatest factor in tho community for pathy and condolence thorn-selve- attentiW'ahd Bro." Davis fc preaching somo vory plain pr- tical Bormons. Mr. Bow Anhby has charge of tho music Wo are oxpecting a groat mooting. Everyone Cordially invited nnd a hearty to,all. , . nM3 Hl(; ' r. ' ). HllANDON, VT tf ' Pastor.' ' f.l . OF THE RELIGIOUS SERVICES. d at Thef'Goored H'nk For Accomadation of The Colored .. liv:'-- .. voters. WU51C t& SECURED FOX EACH MEETING .HE HAS BEEN VSPLCN DID 1 JTWaddill, republican jdldate for circuit judge, aud op, Oarl Henderson, republican iwlidate for Commonwealth's t'orney, will Wo heard iu Earl- next, iton on Moadayr-eveninillowin tko very successful QtitiRB held Frida, might for jflovornor,JitauV because cf Along proyaHing, the eanio I will be ajj.pjpfced aud two mga will bojhald iuatead of giving opportunity to tho kers to address the rnaxi- n number of citizens. Bo- jo of tho protracted meeting Auditor-1wv in progress a,t the t HTnktUo mootiug of tho white citizeaa will not bo held t jib til after tho close of the ser-- t vices, ,at 8 :80 o'clock. And tho Ion, 0. m ' The Klub Kontuck Band has committee has decided to have been engaged to furnish music those gontleman speak in the for this meeting. rink after tho religious sorvices As was done wheu Gov. Will-so- n aro concluded, with ,tho as3ont spoke bore Friday night, and approval of those in charge there will be a meeting of the of tho protracted meeting. In colored voters at thecolored rink fact, a very friendly exchange of upon apian that will give two courtesies is on botwoen Rev. largo audiences opportunity to Brandon and Rev. Davis, who hear the speakers. The Colored are conducting tho protracted Cornet Band, it is understood, meeting, and the gentlemen who will make music for the meeting are arranging the political meet- at thoj latter place, and a plan of ing. The preachers are very cor- devision of speakers will be ardially Inviting all voters who ranged that will be convenient would attend the political speak- all around. ing to come early and hear a Mr. Henderson is Oaptiau of good, short sermon and first rate Co., K. of Marion, and was here church music; and tho committee is extending to nil chnrch goers, in' command of his company durand ladies especially, a hearty ing tho encampment of,the Third invitation to remain after tho I Regiment last AugrJ&t.j IV and was cut in twain, u His re- mains were brought here Sun- uiiy ttiiuruuuu uuu uurieu at Pleasant View ce'metary Monday evening. Mr Gordon was 38 years old and leaves a wife and three children. He was iimor V lUrrh in thit Mrlionotlhc We invito and urgo the paoonnlry limn all oilitriliieakes put together, and until tlio Mat few yeari wa tuppoted to tie ! trons to coins and ooopperato curnblo. For a Kreit many yean doctors pro HURT IN MINE with the nouneed it a local dlscaso and prescribed local with us. Cooperation remedies, and by constantly falling to cure with toachcrs is necessary if tho bait Ernns Bannttl' Sboaldor Ornshod Ty local treatment, pronounced Incurable. Science lias proven calarrb to bo a constitutional disease results aro to bo had. Lump of Coal in Honderson County and therefore requires constitutional treatment. ' Shaft. Hall's Catarrh Cure manufactured by 1'.- - J. church sorvicos and hoar fctlie NO REASON FOR IT. Cheney A; Co,, Toledo, Ohio, it the only constigospol of good will and earnest tutional euro on the market, It Is taken InternIlcndorsou, KvM Oct. 25. endeavor in politics, guarantee- ally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoontul. It When Earlinglon Citizens Show (he nets directly on tho blood and muens surfaces of Evans Uonnott, aged thirty-si- x ing that nobody will be called the system. They offer cno hundred dollars for Certain Way Out. years, whp badly injured today any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and any ugly names. testimonials. at the mines of tho Pittsburg This speakiug date was first Address: F. J. CHENEY & CO., Tolcda, 0. Thoro can bo no jast roason why Basketts, this any roador of tlits will continue to Coal Company announced several weoks aao. Sold by Druggists, 73c. Take Hall's Family rills for constipation. A largo lump of coal sulTor tho tortures of an aching county. Titer good. w,m NOTES. at , Our School Visited. citizen of this place and an em t Ma Gordtn Accldently KiHed While nlov of tho St Bernard Co.. was 1 acoidently killed near Benton, t f Gektt Hsme an a Ori 111., about 10 o'clock a, m. SatiTrtin urday. Mr. Gordon was riding w on a coal train from the mineB to Jri ee inon Gordeai, who for years a his homo and in some way fell 3e WEIL KireWV;M&N DEAD c 7 1 - Once in eight or more years, a father, other than a school official, has visited the Earlington Public School to seo tho work g savs i done. A few othors who woro John Franklin, Earlington, Ky., never in au organized graded aays: "For threo yoarB my kidneys nngradod wore disordered. When I atoopod school, and in an or lifted, sharp twings dartod school but very little havo made through my loiua and thoro was au criticisms of our methods. Wo almost constant pain in tho small of invito investigation and compari- my back. I tired eaBily, froquontly son of onr work and methods by Birltfifod'' from hoadachos and was persons compctont to investigate also botborod by dizzy spoils. by aunoyanco causod and compare modern schools and was froquont additional of tho kidnoy passagos too mothods. Should wo teachers as- secretions, it boing necessary for mo sume to criticise the mining bus- to arlso sovoral times during tho iness, tho banking business or nigbt. I finally procurod Diana' railroad business without ac- Kidnoy Fills and received such quainting ourselves with such prompt roliot from their jubo that I taking thorn until combusiness, it would-b- e considered continued pletely cured. I cannot roconimend ridiculous criticism, worthy to Doau's Kidnoy Fills too highly." bo laughed at and ignored, For salo by all doalora. Frloo 60 n Co., Buffalo, ago last Friday after- ce'ritsT A wook Now York, sole agents for tho Unit-d- d noon Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Gold States. smith visitod the grade in which Remember the name Ooan'a their littlo'girl is doing herself and tako no otbor. and parents much credit. We Revival Meetings were not only glad to havo Mr, Goldsmith and his wifejlto visit Tho revival at tho Rink vis bo-inFostor-Milbur- back, tho nnnoyanco of urinary dis- foil from a car on tno cago to the orders, tho dangors of dlabotos of bottom of the shaft and crushod any kidnoy ills whon rollofls bo Bennett's left shouldor. He is n nuar nt hand nnd tho most positlvo Benproof givon that thoy can bo curod. son of Police Judge J. K. Road whnt nn Earlington citizen nett, of that town. E. M. Salmon caudidato of State Senator from this district was in tho city Monday en route ' toIIoplciiiBville. 10 . .llli!''i' li To Keep from Catching Cold. Tho beat means of preventing h' "cold" aro: Never sit In a loom dart is not thoroughly ventilated. as0 arold especially any room occupied fry, a person suffering from a "cold." Disadvantage. "Don't you realizo that you ara financially handicapped by bad roadsy "Of courso wo realize it," answered dares travel fast enough to gtre as excuse for collectln' a fine." Fanner CorntosacL "No antomobflftft r Qualities to Cultivate. Thouchtfulncss for others, nep modesty, and tho qualltfos which maVo a real or lady, as distinguished teas the veneered orticla which comma-lgoes by tho name. Thomas Hwt- geaear-oalty, self-respec- 't emA-tlevi- y Iter. en io ph Ungt l ot, eye, i I b'tfa fflT'l V SiBaBaH1 re S ej ol IlLBaBaV BBB J OJ bbj oi 8l El. ft.VyJI'. tBB7YifFyty ' t- $ , ''i iJrPvrBSliaKt ' ," IsaBBiBiBnB d ai. ot lit Hi is' Tr i absolute!) no article in my well se lected stack that was damaged by fire, many articles were damaged by water. The insurance companies made their settlement with me, leaving the goods on my hands. They are worthless to me and, consequently, I must sell them at just what they are worth to you. So come out to this is While 'tlieie liaLaLaLaLaLaLaLaLaLftBBBBBBB2 eBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBRV'BBBlBBflBHBW laiaiKsiBBrHLf BtLlSar 1BBBK1UBBlBBBBBBBBiPBfltHHBBt. IJBIBKiLiSBaBBiaaaBBlBBBBBlBBBBBBBBM ''VBBBBBBIBBBBBBBB&BBBH ' BBaBHBBBBBBBBlBBBBB aJBllBiiiHBlBHilBlBlBlHBiBalaHBBlHBaSBSBH ee, rtlrl m e; SO l! t I to at more and better bargains than you have ever gotten before. s4rertwed tliem I will make you a present of any articsle in my Store. . Prepare zGREAT FireE SIqp& - Not the kind o li clr'r,.!' ih.i 'iv the kind oi a tir. v. II in ik? .v'-- v mm, w mm aiul child in Hopkins cm.ity hippy mt bicause they were delighted to learn of my loss "from dimiged stock but bi:aus; this aJ will inform th:in ot Xi Greatest Sav-n- g O.i MirchauJise That H.u B:m O.T.'re.i Tliem In Many Years. My Entire 5 lo 3k fii 11 Yjj- - i),v.i Price . , nu,.,V nir "i - 1il ... Come to my Store, look over my Coods and if you xre not fully convinced that I am offering goods just as I iii' j " ; " during this sale. I tUke Note of These Whirlwind Prices Sale Starts Saturday, Oct. 23 and Closes Salurdau, Nov. Output of Uoys' HuitH, sizob from 8 to 10, at. .$1.79 Ouo lot ( rtoyn Suits, Fino values, sizes froin8 to.IO $2.89 OnoitoT f'CIiildrolifliSuitsTsizoH 3 to 8, .'..". .".7..030 oiioltit ? Ciiiliirous' Suits at.7Tr7.7"7TrrrT7TT$i748 XllGOo vidua HUlrtH, at ,39c Meus' Ptio TrouHorH. $5.00 and $0.00 valuos at.$!).3G Ono Ut (ft iteiiH' $1.00 Overalls, at 7Cc One lot of Woiih' GOo Overalls, at 43c Ono lot Mens' Corduroy aud Joans Pants, at.$1.00 KOc Mens' 50c Work Shirts, at Mens' Flannel Shirts, $1.00 and $1.50 values, ut.S'Jc Mens' Flannel Shirts, regular $2.00 and $2.50 ai uT Bj Ht'4 w. go kll m th J $1.58 valuos, at H9e Mens1 Heavy Jersey Shirts at Onolotof Moms' Fino Suits, rejrujar $20.00 and $22.00 values, absolutely undamaged, will r.o at $14.08 503 One lot of regular DOc uo ' Suspenders, at 28c Bring your family, to my store -" ''I .)...v.....!!Oc Onolotof 50c Utulerwoar Onelotof Khaki ShlrtB, plain and fancy colors, 'Ilia .' worth 75c, at One lot of Blue, 50o Shirts, Plain ami Fancy co115c '.' lors, worth.75 One lot of Blue 50c Shirts, slightly damaged at.'JOo 08c. Ono lot of Ladiof.' Shoos worte $1.50 at Ono lot Mens' Pants, $1.50 value, salo price.... 08c ffucTlot Mens' Suits, worth $5.00 to $8.00, at... $3.08 13 -- guarantee to save you money. Mont' Hats, In Good Condition, Boxes damaged, regular $1.50 and $2.00 values, at .....08c Mons' Heavy work Shoes, all in good condition, $1.!)U boxes dostroyed, $2.00 valuos, at (iu nor pair ot Mens' Canvass Glovos at One lot 70c $1 .00 and $1.25 Negligee Shirts, at $1.?)0 Ono lot of Mous' Fino Ovorcoats, at.. (These coats are, many of them, nustmtoly Shirts, at .....U9c (Slightly damaged.) sit These Prices are just a few piclced up at random. I Every article must o regardless of former cost. Thousands of them are absolutely undamaged, but must go at II FIRE SALE PRICES. if COME EARLY AND GET THE BEST cl m aa is ear for of The Madisonville Bargain Store SAM PRESSMAN, Proprietor. I ."fan kol i i J ft if i "ii Center Street, Opposite Court House. nBBSSBji' H I IB '"n Iliad iNH i Tltth LP 1 a: e Hot tfy t W ff0F& F X ii, . f I . SUSPECT ADMiTS HE Locomotive Blasts. BECBEABS IK IDLE CABS ctcb chcfrcfr;cfrcfr . KILLED GIRL Raster Oat of Ccaalntcn How 38,977 TELL? HOW HE SHOT ANNA LU THER A8 SHE TCLD OF LOVC AND KISSED HIM. Agalait 83,888 on Biptewbtr 39. ISUP SKELETOH CJiSE GLE.V.E6 Police Believe rlt to Bn a able BlucbeurU nj Are C,:urrCJ on In Their S'arolt for Otl o- Vlves Living or OiaU Asln of the murder. tYom tho tlmo of his arrest In Afltoila, where ho lived with his wife &nd two children under the name of mouth.. I"red Gebhnrdt, the asstiHBln, whllo HEW THIOH DEPOT IN CHICAGO. that ho committed blgnmy Ho .married Anna Luther last wbeu it.- - Iv 7Mr, abadlutely dwiled all kiiowledo PeamjlTanlu, Burlington, Alton, flfajj. gree, he broko down nnd tho confe (on began to pour from his trembling TtfiB, while ecn the hardened blanched nt the brutal enormity of It "I married tor for her money," ho anld, "and took her to Kuropo. e we over got back, I was to get rid of her, but I didn't neati to kill her then. Took Her to Woods, "Hut sho huiiR on so closo that t finally decided to fix her for Rood. On April 9, 1908, I took her down to Long Inland, telling her I wanted c tliovc her some land I owned. Wo went to liny Shore nnd tben walked Into the woods near Iallp "Late In tho afti'rnoon, when we wore In n lonely place. I told hor that I was already married and bad a wife Mid a child whom t loved. I told her I Ranted to go back to them and thai I Hoped bIio wouldn't make any fusn 'She began to cry, saying sho lovwl mi,, too, and beRcd, me not ..to quit liar. All this time I wan getting my revolver out and I had it behind my Up-far- o Nov. York, Oct 20. "She told tnr alio loved me and biased mo. As alio put Jicr faco to kiss me again I shot licr lu tho Iicatt." With tlicao wot ds, Otto Mueller, telling how he munlnrod pretty Anna Lutiicr In tho woodu near Isllp. !.. I., last jear, completed bin confession Tho hallotin of tho American Railway Association states that ou October 18 tho total surplus of earn on tho linos of th United States nnd Canada stood nt 36, 077 as compared with 53,088 mi September 29, Iho dtito of the lust report. Tho decrearo is or nboul 32'porcent. lti.is that tho surplus will lie somowlint further reduced, but railroad oflicors believe that lin ear Hliortnjio lias nearly reached Tho statement thei,mnximuni. BUu'RCBts that tho railroads mi' more than meeting tho averoo domunds of trade are mukinc great efforts to meet tho extra ordinary demands of tho current 17,-411, OLD SOLDIERS i, 1 ,i , .1 , , u- a( B m 4 f.har douth. finally under a merciless third de- Panhandle in Flan S2fi.000.000. -- To Celt plnn-lin- President McOrca stales defiuikdy that iW Pennsylvin, with JheBurlinjitou, Alton, St. Paul, and Panhandlo, will build a new union 'depdi Ohicitfio, Out., 21. hero, coslinj: 25,000,000, The' five roads will become equal i.irT tiers and will tenants. itWude The-- r -- nork station. President &lCra saysfiAnti-railroalegislation will roach its height this fall. Every man jack politicau will &o tof Wash iugton with all the fool legislation ho can conjure, and try to work it oiT on tlie country. 1 u '- -' d Anv nlrl QnlHir-M- whn mH q TJirvm&u 9 4 stead Entry of 40; 80 or 120 acres in w g state in the Union 'before the year of 184; w I has a claim coming to him from the ! Government, provided he has never solE tfef ight of "taken up another homestead. It does not make any difference whe'tnef fii(li ;s., 4g he prated up on his'briginal Homestead 8-" - (I 'r'i n H ::, ; now i' v 'iiry'l ,,;, . . $ hntrypp'simply left it. i .ii i.i - "Sbo kopt crylnc and begging. Then ahe put up her faco and kissed mo. Ah Ac tried to kiss rae ngaln I shot her la the right aide of Ilia faco and the teit over and died. Then rati away, and I didn't worry any more about it h. & nr.Ul 'ast week, when they found he-poou cotnmnce! keieton and began to look for her uinleM uill Murderer." work on the depot. Made Other Admissions. J no. Lanier, J. L. Armstrouv ThL confession ha been preceded which to (be and Ed Bujd leave today for ajr other admissions, yelicc seemed of great Importance. In Tie' of what they already know re- KvanFvtlle, where thoy will garding Mueller's pat record and bis work m the shops of the E & T. methods with women. H. R. R. Co. ffe was sent to n. cell, to be kept O 0. Uaueler is now on Parte, tftpje aiijfl tecuUlcdJ uutlt his removal where Suffolk lotlnly, the Tonn., coal run, while ConJuctor u crime- occurred. Moauwhlle, the 'police D. E Lynn is ttending court i'i kae been spurred ou In tholr search Nis'ivtlle, for other wives living, Mrs. or dead, tike poor Anna Luther, by the finding In lila latest place of rcalyence of a veiltableUluobenrtl COLUMN. chnftibcr full of what appears to be tCOLORED t t tit- ni.Tiirti i " finery of several women. tat bridal r eC' ready. expect 'to see more fool legislation at tho next session than has yet been pacsed. Capital is und it Congou does'tiot tec danger, wo shall have a the of tin-- late unploasant- ue nor-vou- s, w.i,.irs, never made a. Homb- & stead Entrv, or one who entered laijid k.A aiici june ll 1874, has nothing to sell' A soldier who ' 4 8 - Gel-Idud- t, rights. We buy thes claims. The widow or heirs of a ' soldier can also sell these VZ ' - n u . i i f : , H. Women Clqarmakera in Riot. V II I"1 . Rev. R P. Wlilteeide, of MadUiii-vlll)rcii2liftd n uotnblo sormou at tho llnptist churuh last Sunday, 15ro. Whltveido was In the beet of Mood and word plotmlng that would have graced any pulpit In tho State. Ho helil tho largo congregation spcllbotuul tliruUKhvuti We have seldom had tho pleasure or hoarlnpr j such pulpit oratory. The pastors Pecan Grove. Boy I Austin, Shot N,gjr 2C Karl Sholton. of our oity and Madleonvluo aro Tex.. Oct to the fiout and tholr procopts son of Attorney Sliclton, Was h'K well tXUll txampU'B are well worthy o( near a pecan sroe. lie will recou... A"hxan 80 yeuis old was tafcen llf emulut'ou cuetoilj. lie said .hut somo buys lm.. handed Rev. U, AtliOs, stuu bern,1ukhig pcramifroin hie place am" carried ou a levlvl at hia church, vfieh hu comn?audi'd thorn to stni ' Ttocky Ridge TrlgK Couuty, for they fan and ho fired. two weeks. Ho with his faithful baud, waxed war against sin and I l&o.OOO Ac,ro3 Taken. Evaliiav IHi lnd , ' Oct. 2C Wlllliui Satan, with piuyer meeting lr the day and his plnlu Boul'Stlrrlnj; aioitUju-nof L'rttsi ur., iiro!.,c.t He caused fifteen, Rl-Coal coiMunuy. wl.U the itaqi oftici4 lu thb city, anlved hoio and with tho help of the moek and low aald hi find been uuthinUod by tl ly Xnscerinu. to lloe from the wrath 1IV "ijvu iho conpunv to ittur to come. IMejudice and jealously ,i inv with ill I'U'Sl.iv ('a' may ralso Its hideous head, but Rev. talitlon-'lcl."Tfr Amo&Jgoes serenely on working for ifan. width U a t.f lu cunLVm 'll. nieit'iiL, (Jod nd hiu people. May years be Ing iikv' t r n mcui h tl . i added so the kooi! wmk he Is lu. ' cul aud, aave'i. r,w, Lowis Kdwaids, who 111m. la l,,'i ' M t)' " tik'jv 'he Qrqeu to tin Mis.sick for several inonthe, has de i ik-'been w!lia5A iftUo coi.ct'tn. nartotl this life pn Thursday nlKlit ij 0. about '10 pin. Wo could not Ret a. 1'ljOtTTen-CentEat-hs pioper report, .but learned, alio vfiijn o'lmfTJe'i "2"i;. A T iU '5 ' bufled In tho now cemetery, iw W t ats a tooth " Thts la tlu til ' Wlilte,slde ofllolatiUKjrlfo ntfm'd on by nil Greenwich den KvanB aud Mrs. Oariield Osborne Is quite n I tt vniier ertaln condUlona. The mutil be a, child living In at this wrltlnjr. ltluhl and must p.'oaeut himself Mrs, Mattle Hines, who haB been r herself tin certata days at th very stele (or some tune, la itnprov- rvonis of an organlzatloa of wealthy srsons Vhlch lui'luterwted the du 1K number of our cltwenB Quite Thv Kst In work aiou tat poor ... . .,! .....to '...t.... 1. (Hv ll,.t n.rntu mj cv( villeHuuqay. tiv rnfM umi e, N Mew llrunawlt-l;- . J., Oct. 2C- .-i Several hundred women took pait In rlotjug; outside the cigar factory ot IllrscUjioiu & Co., wticio a strlko la lu progi'i8, and three women were knock 4 down and loughly handled before tie police could quell the dlstuibnncc. Nearly 500 young women, mostly quit work Saturday, when their demand for an Iticiemo In pipework rate was re,(ubed. rrM It. DlttVHU. KOITOB R. H. PEALE & Judge Building, vj kj. Utah. wpw M KcjicjaViVcJ&VVV I e, Salt Lake City, h tu r . rv u w-u-- T. ' ! 'lth . - tl-i- flrc-cnIc- t lkvaimil''KtsSMA SMf "''.', L C. ville, wan well attended by ladles club adjourned to meet on 2S at 7 p aud Kcutleuien from hero lust aun J. Gh.vki, Pres. day, S It. Driver, Sec, Mrs. K. H. llrown audVlloher The addresses of Gov. Wlllson viBitoil tho Williams, of Henderson, family of yo editor and rrlouds last Friday night, here, and Saturday In MnditJonvUlo, wore Sunday. and daughtor. with kindly feeling for all; without Mi a. O. Muipnoy who huvo spout tho sunimor in New viudicativenesB, the sarcasm aud vllllflcatlon that mara tho political Jersey have returned. speeches of many. His excellency Last Thursday night the voters ot n clean cut forcible speech for JSarlliiKtou aud Heoln mot In masB made tho bottorment af Koutucklans hia uieedoK according to call, an organ-le- d overflowing with warmth nu Augustus E. WiUson club. big heart Craig and S. It. Dri- aud generous tbankfulluess to aud Messrs-- Jonas for all the people and proved to all ver wero eloctod president aud special re- motto "Buavltor In motto fortltor In respectively. By quest from all quarters of tho towu, re." Rev. R. M Hall, of thi Gap, was evi-rvoter was ourolled as a mem-))!,J- course) 308, euumer-at- jn town last Sunday. (colored, pf i..fvBide, Tt. Evans and Oa iitotfou tho'club will meet Ror juilplts for the uuy last evoiy Thursday night at the reading oxcli.v. .ritom, unless Bomo other placo can Sunday. be kcciuod. On motion tho secreHenry Maxwell, who lias boen tary was ordered to Invito any of the qulto slok for some days, Improvcandidates to address tbo olub at Its ing. next meeting. Ob motlou tho olub At we go to press wo learn of the will meet at the A, M. E. Zloa Illness of Salmon Audrew. ehich to har the ddrM of his Ofir, WllUou ou Friday yBstn Worthaw, who Injured bl whllt at work, WM 22. Vroelleat p6che . Seo-reta- ty (, d. - lu our opinion If our watting room at tho tlopot was vislteu by the proper o Alcorn about train tlmo, to travel much unplo'JkSantuoBs might bo avoided. Nuf sed? RctOYo the next issue of this column the battle of ballots will have been fought. Some may think tho Governor or President, la not Involved, It matters little. Every election Is big with Interest, just as a pebblo eileota tho whulo lake, just so onu ballot light or wrongfully caat.may effect tho en- !.. alnntl.,.. Vn. II ...111 nBll ,. your best aud most sober thought trom uouBtablo to Circuit Judfto. Tbo leglslatlvo body ot the stato ia In tho swim, good law, good morals, good government ia bdforo you, those who stand for It should rule. Vote right as God gives you light. Catching Pigs with Baryta. An old practice ot gypsies was to petsea pigs and tben cat tho flesh wbes thrown away by the farmers. Thts yoieon was carbonate ot baryta, und wan sate, provided all parts that war near tke entrails were carefully wan.) ci a4 iolce4. Gypslefj call it chasTIMeYt Feed and' Livery Careful an4 experienced drivers, Stable. '.' FUNERAL A SPEGIALt Idleness Is an Atrophy. The iirosperlty of a U portiouate to the or and minds usefully emptoyed. TJ community, sedition is a teveri ruptlon Is a gangrone md idltnJ an atrophy Wlmteyer nody cy ety wastes more than it must gradually decay, aud cv taat coatiavea to be fed ami labor takes awuy soutilt g public stoek,T-P- r uj nukc 1 uy nlht i m - --- ! . - . bekquitvrlT "(lr.J,,, "-- ., .j, z&k Mmnmm r,wmm a www- ,wf7 , -- ."rl u "".j" r E JL i AStlBYfS " jWpi JMtM'. Great Loom End and Bargain Sale ....... .1 1 " -- rrr s -- J , l , "' ' (1 Begins Saturday, October 30th, and Continues Two Weeks, Ending Saturday, November 13th. The Bargain Event of Money-Savin- g h q the Season. The One the People Wait For. The Sale of Unparalled Benefit For the Great Buying Public. Possibilities. A Semi-Annual I Extra Dress Goods, Silks, Hosiery, Underwear, Shoes, Shir's and Clothing values. Once more wish to demonstrate what my former sales have established beyond any doubt, the fact that hundreds of g families fully appreciate the money-savin- g Sales. Confidence in my goods, in my advertising and in my bussincss methods have attracted crowds to my advantages of these great store that have taxed my capacity to the utmost, and all have gone away satisfied with the bargains I offered. will not let such appreciation wane, and for months have bended every energy toward making this sale as great as my former ones, as the merchandise for this great sale was purchased several months ago, before the recent advanced prices on all classes of merchandise. Pick up your daily or weeky newspaper and look up the prices of cotton, wool and leather. See the daily advances of all kinds of cotton goods, woolen goods and shoes and take my word for it that it will be many months before,good reliable and desirable merchandise will be offered in Madisomille again at such small prices as name in this great sale. Semi-Annual Money-Savin- I I 1 ' 10,000 ALL LOOM END GALLIGQES EXTRA DRESS GOODS I YARD LENGTH AND UNDER AT RATE OF ONE CENT PER YARD. 50 counterpane, fringed cut co. rner, a bargain. . .05c Lid o extra heavy flpced lined hop, regular price' 25c, Sale Price $1 V tf yd. Simpsons Silk novelty and Shepherd Check calicoes, worth today, 0 1.2c, Loom End Price 10.000 yds,. America calico' in light blue, dark blue, gray, reds..and lights worth today Loom End Price 3c ,1,000 yds Simpsons 30 Inch Percal, regular price 12 Loom Ktid 3- (5 AND SILK VALUES. Price., 1,000 ydri. ,5c C J 11 inch floured Silkollne. regular price 12 Loom End Sal" 5c 2.000 yds. Dress Duck, regular price 10c, Loom End Price 5c 2,500yds. A. F. C. Gingham, the world's best, worth todav, 15c, Loom End Prices 7 1,000 yds. blk. mercerized Anatro silk Satines, regular 35c, Loom 30 500 15c End Price, yds. Figured llanneletts, regular price 10c, Loom End Price 5c Simpson Yard wide guaranteed black Tiiiret-t- a silk, regular price, $1.01). Sale 75c Price Yard wide guaranteed black l'af. felta ilk. regular price $1 35, Sale !)5c Price Yard wide colored T ilietta silk, ami messalines, regular price $1.25, sain 80c Price wis27 Inch Auora silk in obi .ro-- j! taria nnd purple, regular price 25c 15c. Sale Price 30 inch wool dress goods in black, red, blue and brown, regular price 23c 35c, Sale Price 10 pieces 3G inches woolen dress goods, regular price 50c, Sa.e 25c Price 3G inch Mohair in black, blue and brown, regular price 50c, Sale '. Mise Hue lisle ho-e- , regular price 12J.JC 23c price 35c, Sale Price .. dd's ber fckin wrap in whit regular price $2.50 . Sale Pure fl 75 Mioses 'j oo long wraps, Sale Prlc prl'-- o $2.75 $1 50, to $4.50, Sale Price $1.4s Sale Price. CI' 50 pair boys long pants, regular price . 20c. Sale Price Hoys' bicycle hose, tegular price 123.se 20c. Sale Pries , A good line of Indie", i hi children" hose 8'sc Special Prices nn Lace Curtains From 30c Mlsse MUhes $3 75 $fl 75 long long wrap. $I4J Sal- - wrap. aii t" P Ice ..$2!)S Pi toe . ..75 Prices Reduced on All Mens nnd Boys Suits, Odd Pants and Overcoats Whether Advertised or Not Men'- - $0 50 Heaver overcoat-Sale . i P' ,Mn-$7 - 5(i $3 75 2 75 LaiiiK - $7.50 long wra) I Per Pair Up Small Ware Underpriced. Price 30 35c STAPLE DOMESTICS AND GING- HAMS AT LESS THAW MANUFACTURERS PRICES TODAY. inch Panama in blue, black and brown, regular price Coo, Sale 3c San silk, per spool 1c .Mourning pin- -, per box Hi aR pins, per paper 3c Hairpins, per bx 3c le Hair pins, per bunch Pearl buttons, per dozen lc laces, regular price 3c, Torchon Sale Price Torchon laces, , regular price 5c, . Sale I'rl e 3c .$150 Sale Price Ladieh $3 50 long wiap mi blue k and ..$4 1)8 colors Sale Price Ladle $1000 long wrap In black ..$7 50 ami colors, Salo Pricv Liilies $12 50 long wrapn in h'ack $l)8i and colors. Sale Price .. . 50c cotton blankets. Sale Price ..'I'l 00 10- cotton blankets. Sale Prb-. 1 -i e $1.25 $1.50 $3.00 11-- 11 4 cotton l'c blankets. Sale .Site 08c Price 4 cotton blankets, Sale Price wool nap pair pants, pair knlekerboeker, $4.S straigbr. Sale Prico Chilli's $1 50 suits, sizes 5 to 8, Sale 1 1 fancy Scoti-mixtures ..v$IUS Sai P. Ice ... M i.'- - $l.i 00 fancy Scotch mixture, $7. Ih ..v. i .mi-.- . Sulo Price $10 00 black cravenett overc$74h oat-. Sale Price.. Men i. fl.'l 50 Hlack cravenett overc$9.48 oat-. Sale Price Hoys'$i(K) knee pants suits, with pair knlekertwo pair pants. boeker. I straight, Sale Price $3 80 Hoyi,' $(! 50 knee pants suits, 2 pair .mi. M 1 Price Sc $2.00 $3.50 Price 50 45u L. yd. wide brown domestic, Sale Price'. 5c worth to day 7 Hoosier brown domestic worth to5c day 7 1 2o, Sale Price Wall canvass, regular price 4 3 I 2j Sate Price Genuine Hope bleached domestic, Sale Price worth today 12 Lv 7 inch Panama in black and blue, regular price 75c Salt Price.... 48c ;i(! inch Mohair in the new shadow striper, regular price 05c, Sale 45c Price All $1.25 dress gooiis ju the new 8!Jc satin stripes, Sale Price All .1 25 blsck (tress goods, S.ile 89j Price 50 inch suitings, regulai price 75c, 4Kc Sale Price 52 inch Chilfon broad cloth, reguS9c lar p.rice $1.25, Sale Price 3 pieces fancy serge dress goods, regular price $1 23. Sale Price 40c Cost and Profit Have Both Seen Ignored in Many Instances in This Great Sale, ai I Offer Muck MerCost. chandise at Half l 10-- 4 blanket. Sale .$1.80 Child's Price suits, size 4 to 8. Sale $I.4K 8, P $3.75 10 3 woolen blankets. Sale $275 $3 08 Child's P suits, sizes 5 to and Salo $2.48 Price $5 00 10 4 wool blankets. Sale Price BAR- Men's $160. $200 $2.50 odil 25c Yard wide bleached domestiQ.wurtn , 5cSale Price Apron check gingham wortli JJest 0 today 8 1 3c, Sale Price A good apron check gingham, reg5c Sale Price ular price 0 A good assortment of dress ginghams, regular price 10c, Sale 71-2c- - outing flannels In gray and brown mixtures, Sale Price 5c 10c curing llanuel in light colors nnd dark giay and brown mixtures, Sale Price 7lac Teazle ilown outing llaunel, regular 9c price 12,'aC SaJePiico. .t !M brown sheeting, tegular price 30c, Salo Price 20c 10 4 bleeched slieotiug,regtilar price 7fcc ( vests, Sale Price EXTRA SPECIAL CLOTHING GAINS 100 men, suits one, and two of a kind ; regular price $lo.oo to $u; 50. Sab-Price- .Mens 7.50 all sizes, Salo Pi lee. ?4US $4 08 Mens $15 Price - 00 new rail suns. Sale $089 ' 35c, Salo Price 25c All Dress Goods Reduced Whether Price 5o Advertised or Not Look for the Red Tag. That Means That the Goods Must Go. silk and zeuher ginuhams, Sale ll)c Price mercerized wuMtR goods, 10c Sale Price 25c whllr. mercerized waist goods. 15c Sale Price Galatae cloth, regular price 18c, 10c Sale Price Ked Seal gingham, regular price 10c liic. Salt. Price 25c 15c-whit-e to Limit the Quantity of all Domestics to a Customer. Look for the Red Tag. They Denote Big Savings- I Reserve the Right - Amoskeag A.. F. C, feather ticking:, stiutdiud, . Sale Price. . 10 2.3c price 50 inch bloachod mercerized table duiimk, regular price iUa, halo 20 the world's regular cent, Price. (3c table damask, regular price Sale Price 70 inch pnre linen inch uleaoneu a ihicmk fltftfl nwn lJ5e, :!,J" Sweeping Reductions on Much Merchandise Not Advertised During This Great Sale, as I Cannot Quote Prices on Everything- COTTON RATTING AT LESS THAN PRICE OF RAW COTTON. Cotton Hatting, regular prico 7)Je roll Sale Price per roll 5c Cotton batting, regular prico 12&c roll. Sale Price per roll 8i3o Ladles rustle black petticoats regu48c lar price 75'. Sale Price Ladies rustle black petticoats regu8.)c lar price $1 25, Sale Price Ladies rustle black petticoats regu98c lar price $1.75, Salo Price Ladles rustle black petticoats regular price $2 U). Sale Price $1.45 L.uliea genuine Hcarthebloom black petticoat regular price, $2.50 Sale $1.75 Price Mqtih $10 50 new tall suits, Sale $1248 Pries..Moils $18.50 new fall 'uts.Sale Price ... '. $14 48 boy oug pnntfi, one and two unit ol a kind, tegular price, $5.(0 to $7 50 Sale Price $2 48 50 boys long pants suits, one and two suits of a kind, regular pile $10 00 $3 08 iiiil $12 50, Salo Price Hoys $7 50 long pants, new fall suits $4 OS Sale Price Boys $10.00 long pants new fsll $7 48 suits SaloPrlco 50 Hoys' 75c, $1.00 and $150 odd vests, ' Hk Sale Price 30x72 rugs, regular price $5.00, Sale ' ..$'280 Price .... EXTRA SPECIAL SHOE VALUES Men- - $1.50 flue satin calf tip, blucl.- ysc i r sty le, Sale Prico Men's $1 75 flue satin, calf tip, $1.45 blucher stylos, Sale Price Men's $2 75 line vlci kid, blticber styies, Sale Price $105 Men's $1.75 heavy sole, satin calf shoe, Sale Price .$1 fl'J Men's $l.fj0 brogaus, Sale Price .OSo Hoys' $2 00 steel shod, heavy shoes $1 48 2'a to 5'i, Salo Prico Hoys' $1.75 Hue vlci kid, blucher 'I styles, Hoys' BOY'S KNEE PANTS SUIT Hoys $2.00 knee to 15 straight BAR-GAIN- S panls suit. lze 12 pants. Sale Price !Hc damask, regular ISo Price 6(1 Inch table damask InWue and white ami red and wlitto check, regular price H5c. Salw Price. .Jc Standard table oil cloth In all colors, regular price 20a. Salo Prion . bleached table pric 75cf Sale Look for the Red Tags. Thy Denote Savings on Many Articles Not Advertised- UNDERWEAR BARGIANS Mens heavy fleeced wiutor underwear, regular prico 50c, Sale Price .17.' Hoys $4.50 and $0.00 knee pant suits sizes(J2 to 1(1, straight, pants Sale flue vicl kid, bluolier styles, 2ju to 5)s,, Salo Price. .$1.48 Hoys' $1,75 line vicl kid, bluchei stylus, 13 to 2. Sate Price ....$1.30 Hoys' $1,50 Hue viul kid, blucher 08.' styles, 10 to 13, Salo Price Ladies' $1.50 Kangaroo calf, everyI)8c day shoos, Sale Price Ladies' $1.50 and $1.75 line vicl kid OSe shoes. Sale Price Ladles' $1.75 box calf aiid'Knngatoo calf shoes, bulcher style, Sale 2J $2.00 to 5, HaU i T Price. .$1 30 Price,,., Hoys $2.70" , c i)Ue $1 counterpanes, good tiiulitv.gool , siz 00 a bargain 49c couiiterpalu, good iiiiniit.,gnnd 75" size, a bargain $175 counterpanes, good good size, a tare bargain .. . ijiialii.v, .U8c I5u Ladies heavy tleeced heavy winter underwear regular price. 35c, Sale 23c Price Ladies livnvy fleeced underwear extra size, regular price 10c, Sale 25c Price suits, regular Misses ileeced nnh-n. to 10 $1 05 Prico Hoys $3.50 knee imnts suits, sizes 10 told, knlckeibouker pants, Sale $2.48 Prico 50 pairs mens odd pant reyular price 75o $1.50 to $2.00. Sale Price 100 pa'r iiieiiK odd pant", regular knee pants suits, sizes, il knlekerboeker pants. Sale e $1.08 Prk Ladies' $1. $1.75 blucher Hue vicl kid shoes, stvle, Sale Price. .. $18!) . Ladles' $2.50 line vicl kid shoes, bluchei style. Sale i'rlco . .$105 Misses $1 25 Kangaroo calf shots, 08c Sale Price Misses $1.25 flue vlci kid shoes, 08c blucher style, Sale Price Child's 85o Kangaroo galf shoes. 5 00c to 8, Salo Price . . this sale you will find many more not quoted, as it is impossible to You, no doubt, after reading this ad., will find many items of inrerest to you, but if you aiu-nquote all the bargains scheduled in this great sale. My advice to you is to be on hand and sjc the quality of merchandise I am selling. Be sure to come every day, and come prepared to buy. New goods placed on counters each day during the sale. Remember this opportunity is only presented to you twice a year. You should not fail to take advantage of it. All Loom If nd goods sold at Loom Knd prices. POS1T1VKLY CASH. Remember the place. Sale begins Saturday, October 30th, d AJ and closes Saturday, November 13th. E. 4 ; ASHBY, Madisonville , Ky. J H 1041 i?tt l"'" ' '' I. w t trt S