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NUMBER 24 V I For I 1 Ytffa ffa ffa nh nh ffa nfa ffa You Get 100 fl fflh fl fl fi fi! ffa ffa ft ffa fto Every Dollar You Spend r Winter is Here and You Need Our ladies' shoes, such Cent's in Merchandise, and a Chance to Get $50.00 Worth of Dry Goods, Which We are Going to Give Away. as at Our Store f fa tfa fa fa nfa ij&f)S i 9 Call and see our new and complete line of embroid- T 'v-- - . V w Cloaks and Furs. We have them in several styles and sizes. Z "PATRICIAN" "SOCIETY," "QUAKER" Are Unsurpassed in style ery and fancy-wor- k materials. Large Centerpiece FREE in. Centerpiece, 50-ce- nt Dress Goods, Mohairs, Cheviots, Broadcloths, Serges, Silks, Etc. We have a pretty line of Calicoes, Ginghams, and Outing Cloth. Our prices are Right. and Quality. Hosiery, Heavy Underwear, New Belts, Collars, Combs, Fascinators, Etc. We are giving away this large 27x27 tinted on best quality Ardita Art Cloth, with every purOutfit with which to chase of a complete it, as follows: 6 Skeins Richardson's Grmad Prist draclan Floss. 3 Yards wide Imported Lace for Border. 1 Complete Diagram Lesson, every stitch numbered. The Lace and Silk alone cost more than 50 cents. If you like pretty things come in now and get one of these free Centerpieces. ready-mad- e x.'l .31 ' ',. ! l We Will Accept Checks Made by persons who have a balance to their credit in either of our banks, in payment for goods bought of us. Gcukrmnl SI M We have a nice line of ladies' skirts, we shirt waists and underwear. We also have a few pattern hats which ing out are clos- at bargain prices. Main Street, MARION, KY. Wfi fU mtuX m stockiiiisI A. S. CAVENDER, TJTi Kw V 4JQ 4JQ 4J w 4JQ 4JQ 4J 4JQ 4J F 4J 4JQ 4JQ 4JQ 4JQ 4JQ 4JQ 4JQ 4JQ 4JQ P Kw F P P B fw VF Qw Kw VP V V at Marion, aud another daughter suffered with stomach troubitAt Leitchficld, so that she could not eat anything. Her helpless parents had to watch her dwindle awhv with no chance of relieving her suffering. Through all these trials Mr. Cundiff never lost faith but continued in his work as a minister. Kev. .J. T. Kushing, of this city, joined the church at Marion while Mr. fundi ft was the pastor there The funeral was conducted from the Methodist church in Corydon at 2 o'clock this aftcrnoou. Henderson Gloaner. to death Arthur King Painfully Hurt. Last Thursday night as Arthur King, of the Kodney section, was driviug along the public road going down Hakcr school house hill his horse took fright at a broken-dowwagon loaded with coal standing in the road, and became unmanageable. He undertook to lead him around the obstruction, but the horse jciked loose from him and knocked him down and run. over him and trampled him under foot, besides dragging him several yards and running the buggy over him. He received several deep cuts on the head and was other wise uninjured and bruised. When found ho was unconscious and did not regain consciousness for several hours. The horse ran a mile or more and completely demolished the buggy, parts of which were found at different points along the road, only the shafts and harness remaining with tho horse. Mr. King, who is a son of 1). II. King, one of tho county's best men, is gettiiigalong tolerably well and may recover, should no complications arise. n tJgj 4JIQ 4JQ 4JQ lX lift 22, I The work in this ection has now AGED MINISTER DIES been prosecuted about as far as can for tliik Action. Mr. Morgan urged the farmers here to bring all the Mode by Government Expert in Rid- pressure possible to boar upon their Kev. Cunditf Passed Peacefully Away Congressman to have another approding Tobaccn ul Worms. at His Residence In Corydon, e priation made by Congress to After a Brief Illness. the experiments next summer. hy., Nov. 11. One i most interesting features of The appropriation referred to was Kev. H. A. Cundiff, a venerable t mooting of the Christian secured by an aitiondmut offorcd in minister, died at his home in Coryit executive committee of the Congress by Hon. U. M. Jamo, of don Sunday at noon, after a short j k ToWneeo Planters 1'rotoctivc this city, our Hopresoutativo who is illness with stomach trouble. He - ' mttoti in this city was an .ul- - always found on the side of tho poo-phad been very low for two days. made by A. C. Murgnu, a gov- whether in the halls of Congress Mr. Cunditr was one of the mi nt export, who lias been in t ho or oUowhore, and in the future ho Methodist minister in tho i iburco district lineo .July, for will bo heard on all important legisj conferences and was TS ' j 'irpuio of studying and oxport- - lation for tho bouefit of tho tobacco Louisville years of ago. He was born in Hari ng with ilio tobacco worm, so growers, advocating those things tind if imsaiblo, a good way in iuhiuh are known to bo bouofloinl to din county and lived there to manhood. He was converted and joined h to exterminate this great post, the farmer. the Methodist church m the county l antiually oot w the farmers of when in his toons under the preach'. tutmcco produeing sections thous- Infant Found In iirnncti. ing ot Kev. .1. W. Kmerson, and was "f dollars by eating up their The body of a colored licensed to exhort under the ministry r I in the liold infant was found m flic branch near of Dr. Goorgc 11 Hays, who now M Morgan has had hi liomlrj uurGiles Hamilton's residence and was lives in A few years after this city. at Clarksvillo, Tumi., during the . T. Dautrhtory'ti brought in to Dr. his conversion Kev. Cundiff joined ' i he has boon engaged in this oflice where a post mortem examinatho Louisville conference in IS,") I, w He wns sont there by tho 'l. tion was mado, which rovoalcd the and has preached at many points in eminent, and his report will be fact that the child was born alive his life in this conference. While Agricul-- t i. ade to the Department of and was a healthy perfect baby. iiiito a young man he married a During tho months he has ire The mother, a woman named llirdie Miss Kosseau, of Wayne county. I 'en in this section he has visited Armstrong, was arrested and placed Tho union was blessed with several r nrly every county in tho dark in jail to await the action of the children, two of whom, Mrs. K. W. ' baeco district, and he says that he grand jury, after having had her ex- Mcdcalf, of Smithland, and Clias. ) as found out much thnt is valuable. amining trial before Judge lllaekbarn Cundiir, of Hardin county, with their Mr. .Morgan urges tho farmers to She claims tho child died and that mother, survive the deceased. Also cstroy the stickers aftcNthcir tobae-- i sho buried it in a box in tho sand three grandchildren, who mado their ) has been out. Ho studied a field and tho heavy rains" washed it down home with him, survive. i which the suckers were allowed to tho creek, which, if true, would make Mr. CundilT was an earnest worker and ho found that thec allord-(- d t.row her liable for a short term only for and has delivered more sermons than an excellent breeding and feeding concealing tho birth. any ninn in tho Louisville eonforence. lace for the worms, and that at the He had no peers as a revivalist in pproach of frost they went into the Mrs. T. M. Lynn Passes Away. tho Louisville conference and probaground. Lator on when this ground Lilly Clark, wife of Thos. M. bly nono as spaded up the pupae was iound in tho state. Ho had' more Lynn, of Crittenden Springs, died conversions i under his preaching and great numbers, which, of course, Wednesday, Nov. (!th, of tuberculo- licensed f reshadowed tho crop of worms for more young men to preach sis. Sho was the daughter of Pres than any other I ho expert claims preacher in the Louisie next season; ley and Mahala Clark, of this city. ville conference. He was a great iiit if these suckers are not allowed Her aucd parents who survive hor advoc.Uc of the second grow in this manner that the blessing or and seventy-fou- r being eighty-on- e sanctitication, and preached many Jantity of worms will bo greatly yoirs of age respectively. powerful sonnons on that subject. She was born Aug. ID, IST.'l and He had a splendid voice, in fact, it The plan of keeping tho worms was miirriod to T. M. Lynn Jan. 1, was marvelous, and he had the repiled out by spraying tho tobacco 1S0O. Throe ehildron who blessed utation of being heard at a greater ants with Paris green wa.s also union are left motherless, Lclia, distance than any other preacher in ' 'roughly investigated. Mr Mor-i- this aged nine, Hobart, aged seven and tho conference. said that this afforded a tempo-- r Klza aged five. One brother, Flanrelief, but that he thought tho He had a groat religious faith, agan ('lurk, of this city, and one sisrincrs should try to got at tho root which kept him from despair during ter, Mr. Willis Lynn, also survive. tho troublo, and by breaking up The iutcrmont look place Thurs- some great trials that befell him. t e breeding of tho worms pnrmi-ous was drowned at day at tho Love graveyard, llov K. One of his B. Hlttckburn officiating. ttly rid their Farms of them. Hartford, a little daughter bur1: I IMPORTANT DISCOVERY eon-tinu- 1 kiu-vill- e, -- b best-know- ' n k new-bor- n - -- Fire Wednesday. The house occupied by .Mary Henry Sutelifle on South Main street was burned Wednesday morning of last wook about ton o'clock. It caught fire while sho was absent at a neighbors' aud was beyoud control before it was discovered. Nothing was saved, except one chair. Tho house belonged to Kotty Head, colorod, who livos in Paducah, and was not insured. It took heroic work to savo tho houe of Anna Smith, eolor-ed- , on an adjoining Jot. n u MAN sold a team of mules for one hundred and sixty dollars before leaving home. Miss Hattie Majors, a pretty Fourteen-Year-Ol- d Watts young school teacher, who is a sweetCaroline heart of Howerton, drovo to Marion Accuses Percy Howerton. yesterday and Mr. Hutchen saw her enter a bank and draw a sum of Percy Howerton, a young railroad money. She had six hundred dollars on deposit and the bank would only man, is now in the Hcndcrou county jail awaiting ,the arrival of an give her ten per cent, of it. She made ready to depart on a north-- , officer to take him back to Marion, Ky., to answer a charge of one of bound train, saying that she was Henderson to to visit the most revolting offences ever men- going friends. The tioned in the annals of crime Agent Hutchen purchased a ticket Kentucky Children's Home Society, for Henderson also. On arriving in Caroguardian of fourteen-year-olline Watts, a pretty child whose Henderson he noted that .Miss Majors misfortune in losing her parents did not leave the train, but paid a He went to threw her on tho mercies of the cash fare to Evansvillc. Kvansvillo also. When the train world and the good agencies that look after such homeless children, is stopped in the Louisvilc it Nashville urging the prosecution of this young station Howerton met the young told the woman at the gate. Mr. Hutchen man because the child authorities that he committed an followed them out into the street and placed the warrant of arrest in the awful crime against her person. hands of a policeman who took HowAccording to the story of the child Percy Howerton compelled her erton into custody. Hutchen and his prisoner left by means of tlucats to take her life Kvansville yesterday afternoon. When to withhold the secret from her associates. The little girl was placed they arrived at the station in the Indiana city Miss Majors was waiting in the home of P. A. Howerton, father of the accused, near Marion, for them. On the journey to this city Howerton and his sweetheart sat sonic time ago, and Percy Howerton returned homo about seven months together, he being manacled with ago, having been employed on a rail- handcuffs notwithstanding. When they arrived here late iu road in the Indian Territory. Tho prosecution will try to prove that the the afternoon Howerton was remanded to jail, and Miss Majors was diyoung man took advantage of the child and kept her under threats for rected to the home of some of her iu the city. A few days ago she friends three months. Percy Howerton dcuicd the acwhispered the story to one of her cusation, saying that he was not schoolmates. guilty of taking unlawful advantage The story of the affair leaked out of the girl. After the arrest he exin the community and it was reportpressed a willingness to marry Caroed that Howerton was advised to line Watts, but that is not a probablo leave if he expectei to escape prose outcome of the affair. Tho little cution, lie lett iUurion and was girl against whom he is accused of supposed to have gone to Ilarrisburg, committing the crime is too young 111. In the meantime somebody livto be held responsible for any wrong, ing in that neighborhood wrote an oveu if jfhe had not been threatened anonymous letter to the Children's with death as is charged against Society in Louisville. SuperintendHowerton aud nobody will hold her ent George L. Sehon sent John W. responsibc morally. Hutchcu to Crittenden county to Tho agent of the Children's Homo look after the welfare of the girl and Society took the iJlnld to Marion and aid' in tho prosecution of the charge a wealthy Jewish merehaut asked against Howerton. that he might be permitted to take After Howorton's departure the. her into his home and bring her up authorities kopt close watch lor him in good moral atmosphere, saying at and looked lor some clue to his whereabouts 'n some other city. Ho (Continued to eighth page.) GIRL CHILD ACCUSES d -. . a. ..ft -- A!M.. - Viu ACS5Lt ili I'ii.'Ml' ., IV1. ""t: '4.'?" VlV''''' fe0t vr;iEiiSitt " ? aaMa-11- M - .M "j A t M M F i ri gTci-- ' ntf?T MtmvhSttm VOL. 29. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER 14, 1907. NUMBER 24 Yt f For fa fff fa fa fa ffa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa Everv Dollar You Soend You Get 100 Winter is Here and You Need Our ladies' shoes, such at Our Store! . . Cent's in Merchandise, and a Chance to Get $50.00 Worth of Dry Goods, Which We are Going to Give Away. as Call and see our new and complete line of embroid- Cloaks and Furs. Wc have them in several styles and sizes. "PATRICIAN" "SOCIETY," "QUAKER" Are Unsurpassed in style ery and fancy-wor- k materials. r l,cii sw gw; r4---: viuwi ;iwww 50-cc- Dress Goods, Mohairs, Cheviots Broadcloths, Serges, Silks, Etc. Wc have a pretty line of Calicoes, Ginghams, and Outing Cloth. Our prices are Right. and Quality. We arc giving away this large 27x27 in. Centerpiece, tinted on best quality Ardita Art Cloth, with every purOutfit with which to chase of a nt complete it, as follows: 6 Skeins Richardson's Oread Priat Uraclan Floss. 3 Yards wide Imported Lace foe Border. 1 Complete Diagram Lesson, every stitch numbered. The Lace and Silk alone cost more than 50 cents. If you like pretty things come in now and get one of these free Centerpieces. conn ixjul i. fVr w 1 Hosiery, Heavy Underwear, New Belts, Collars, Combs, Fascinators, Etc. We Will Accept Checks Made by persons who have a balance to their credit in either of our banks, in payment for goods bought of us. i g-nri PPPPPk- - l We have a nice line of ladies' We ready-mad- e skirts, clos- shirt waists and underwear. also have a few pattern hats which we are ing out at bargain prices. Wt hll ami Y STOCKMISl Mw Vw nr htl iHr nr aWa hti nr iir aUt tit tjti FF W PPV VF PPV VF PPV wPW PP PP pVV A. S. CAVENDER, ,-n- Main Street, ri pVV ,Wi ,tjt ,Wi VVP jjiQ htl pW pVV PPw PPV Vr ,-- nr ttl VPV , VPr MARION, KY. 4jb iJQ aJQ 4JQ 22 PPV PP VI m 14 The work hi tlm xcction has now AGED MINISTER DIES been prosecuted about as fnr as can fur thik caon. Mr. Morgan urged the farmers here to bring all the Made by Government Expert In Rid- pressure possible to bear upon their Kev. CunditI Passed Peacefully Away Congressman to have another approding Tobacco ol Worms. at His Residence In Corydon, priation made by Congress to conAfter a Brief Illness. tinue the oxporiments next summer. illm-illoIvy., Nov. 11. Orio ' the most interesting features of The appropriation referred to was llev. B. A. Cundiff, a lai mooting of tho Christian socurcd by an iimondment ottered in minister, died at his home venerable in Coryi .nty oxeeutlvo committee of the Congress by Hon. O. M. .Janios of don Sunday at noon, after a short 'ark Tobacco Planters Protective this city, our Representative who is illness with stomach trouble. He Vs.. nation in tins city was an ad- - always found on the side of tho poo-p- i had boon very low for two dys. ' macio by A. C. Morgan, a gov-- r 3 nhethor in the halls of Congress Mr. Cundiff was one of the tiinent export, who has been in the or olsowhoro, and in the future he Mothodist minister in tho iavk t ibacco district iiuco July, for will bo heard on all important legisLouisville conforonces and was 7S nrpusu of studying ami ox peri- - lation for the benefit of the tobacco years of age. Ho was born in Hartiling with iho tobacco worm, so growers, advocating those things an i,. tind if possible, a good way tu which are known to bo bonofioial to din county aud lived there to manhood. He was converted and joined Hi ,i'li to exterminate this groat post, the farmor. the Mothodist church m the eounty wl nil annually eosts the farmoro of when in his tceus under the preach Infant Found in lironcti. tin tubiicco producing section thousing of Rev. J. W. Kmcrson, and was and- i.f dollars by oating up llioir The body of a colored licensed to exhort under the ministry crop in tho Hold infant was found in the branch near of Dr. George II Hays, who now Mr Morgan has had lii hcndiiur-- t Giles Hamilton's residence and was lives in this city. A few years aftor . at Clarksvillo, Toon., during I lu brought in to Dr. W, T. Dauirhtcry's his conversion Rev. Cundiff joined t me he has boon engaged in this oflico whore a post mortem examinathe Louisville conferenco in lSTil, v irk He was sunt there by tho tion was made, which revealed the and has preached at many points in j. ivcrnmcnt. and his report will be fact that the child was born alive his life in this conferenco. While n ade to the Department oi Agricul-tir- e and was a healthy porfect baby. (tiito a young man he married a During tho months ho has The mother, a woman named Birdie Miss Hosseau, of Wiijno county. in this section he has visited I "en Armstrong, was arrested and placed The uniou was blessed with several n"arly every county in tho in jail to await the action of the children, two of whom, Mrs. K. W. district, and ho says that he grand jury, aftor having had her ex- Mcdcalf, of Smithland, and Chas. I at- found out much that is valuable. amining trial before Judge IMackbaru Cun dill, of Hardin county, with their Mr. Morgan urges tho farmers to She claims the child died and that mother, survive the deceased. Also cstroy the suckers afterthoir tobao-- i she buried it in a box in the sand three grandchildren, who made their Ho studied a field has been cut. and the heavy rains washed it down home with him, survive. i i which tho suckers were allowed to tho creek, which, if true, would make Mr. Cundiff was an earnest worker f.row and ho found that these allord-c- d her liable for a short term only for and has delivered nioro sermons than an excellent breeding and feeding concealing the birth. any man in the Louisville conferenco. lace for the worms, and that at the Ho had no peers as a rovivalist in pproaeh of frost they went into the Mrs. T. M. Lynn Passes Away. the Louisville conference and proba,. round. Later on when this ground hilly Clark, wife of Thos. M. bly none as spaded up tho pupae was I on nil in the state. Ho had' more Lynn, of Crittenden Springs, died conversions i i great nuinbors, under his preaching and which, of course, Wednesday, Nov. (ith, of tuberculo licensed more young mon to preach i reshadowed the crop of worms for sis. Sho was the daughter of Pres- than any ' ie next season; other preacher in the Louis-vill- o Tho expert claims ley and Mahala Clark, of this city. i int if these suckers are He was a great conference. not allowed Her ancd parents who survive hor advoc.uti of tho second blessing or grow in this manner that the and seventy-fou- r being eighty-onsanctification, and preached many Jamity of worms will bo greatly of age respectively. years powerful sermons on that subject. ssened. She was born Aug. l'J, 187.'! and He had a splendid voice; in fact, it The plan of keeping tho worms was married to T. M. Lynn Jan. 1, was marvelous, and he had the rep.led out by spraying tho tobacco 1S90. Throo children who blessed utation of being heard ants with I'aris green was also at n greator this union are left motherless, Lelia, distance than any other ' preacher in Toughly investigated. Mr. Mor- aged nine, I lobar!, aged seven and tho conferenco. hi said that this afforded n tempoKlza aged live. One brothor, Flanloliof, but that he thought tho He had a groat religious faith, agan Clark, of thisoity, and one siswhich kept him from despair during inicrs should try to get at the root tor, Mrs. Willis Lynn, also survive. the trouble, and by breaking up Tho interment took place Thurs- some groat trials that befell him. t e breeding of tho worms pnrma- - day at tho Love graveyard, Hov K. One of his sons was drowned at B. Blackburn officiating. tly rid their farms of them. ii Hartford, a little daughter huv IMPORTANT DISCOVERY , i'i best-know- n Marion, and another daughter suffered with stomach troubiulkt Lcitchficld, so that she could not cat anything. Her helpless parents had to watch her dwindle awhy with no chance of relievinc her suffering. Through all these trials Mr. Cundiff never lost faith but continued in his work as a minister. Rev. J. T. Rushing, of this city, joined the church at Marion while Mr. Cundiff was the pastor there The funeral was conducted from the Methodist church in Corydon at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Henderson Gloaner. to death at Arthur Klny Painfully Hurt. Last Thursday night as Arthur King, of the Rodney soction, was driving along the public road going Baker school house hill his horse took fright at a broken-dowwagon loaded with coal standing in the road, auU became unmanageable. Ho undertook to lead him around the obstruction, but the horse jerked loose from him and knocked him down and run over him and trampled him under loot, besides dragging him several yards and running the buggy over him. He received several deep cuts on the head and was other wise uninjured and bruised. Whcu found ho was uticonscious and did not regain consciousness for several hours. The horse ran a mile or more and completely demolished the buggy, parts of which were found at different points along the road, only the shafts and harness rcmainiug with tho horse. Mr. King, who is a son of 1). II. King, one of tho county's best men, is gettingaloug tolerably well and may recover, should no complications arise. down n 1 1 . A new-bor- n dark-tobacc- o - 1 ' o Fire Wednesday. The house occupied by Mary Henry Sutcliffc on South Main street was burned Wednesday morning of last wook about ton o'clock. It caught lire while she was absent at a neighbors' aud was beyond control before it wa- - discovered. Nothing was saved, except one chair. Tho house belonged to Botty Head, oolorod, who lives in 1'aducah, and was not insured. It took heroic work to save the hoiie of Anna Smith, colored, on an adjoining lot. i -' MAN sold a team of mules for one hundred and sixty dollars before leaving home. 31iss Hattic Majors, a pretty Fourteen-Year-Ol- d Watts young school teacher, who is a sweetCaroline heart of Howerton, drove to Marion Accuses Percy Howerton. yesterday and Mr. Hutchen saw her enter a bank and draw a sum of Percy Howerton, a young railroad money. She had six hundred dollars on deposit and the bank would only man, is now in the Henderson coungive her ten per cent, of it. She ty jail awaiting the arrival of an officer to take him back to Marion, made ready to depart on a northIvy., to answer a charge of one of bound train, saying that she was Henderson to to visit the most revolting offences ever men- going friends. The tioned in the annals of crime Agent Hutchen purchased a ticket Kentucky Children's Home Society, for Henderson also. On arriving in Caroguardian of fourteen-year-olline Watts, a pretty child whose Henderson he noted that Miss Majors misfortune in losing her parents did not leave the train, but paid a threw her on the mercies of the cash fare to Evansville. He went to When the train world aud the good agencies that Kvansvillc also. stopped in the Louisvilc it Nashville look alter such homeless children, is urging the prosecution of this youug station Howerton met the young man because the child told the woman at the gate. Mr. Hutchen authoiitios that he committed an followed them out into the street and placed tho warrant of arrest in the awful crime against her person. According to tho story of the hands of a policeman who took Howchild Percy Howerton compelled her erton into custody. Hutchen and his prisoner left by means of tin eats to take her life Kvansville yesterday afternoon. When to withhold the secret from her asthey arrived at the station in the Insociates. The little girl was placed P. A. Howerton, diana city Miss Majors was waiting Hi the home of father of the accused, near Marion, for them. On the journey to this Howerton and his sweetheart sat some time ago, and Percy Howerton city together, he being manacled with returncu home about seven months handcuffs notwithstanding. ago, having been employed on a railWhen they arrived here late in road in the Indian Territory. The the afternoon Howerton was remandprosecution will try to prove that the ed to jail, and Miss Majors was diyoung man took advantage of the child and kept cr under threats for rected to the home of some of her A few days ago she friends in the city. three months. Percy Howerton denied the acwhispered the story to one of her cusation, saying that he was not schoolmates. guilty of taking unlawful advantage The story of the affair leaked out of tho girl. After the arrest he exin the community and it was reportpressed a willingness to marry Caroed that Howerton was advised to line Watts, but that is not aprobablo leave if he cxpeetel to escape proseoutcome of the affair. The little He loit Marion and was cution. girl against whom he is accused of supposed to have gone to Ilarrisburg, committing the crime is too young In the meantime somebody livIII. to be held responsible for any wrong, ing in that neighborhood wrote at) oven if ho had not been threatened anonymous letter to the Children's with death as is charged against .SuperintendSociety in Louisville. Howerton and nobody will hold her ent George L. Sehon sent John W. responsibo morally. Hutchen to Crittenden county to Tho agent of the Children's Homo look after the welfare of the girl and Society took the child to Marion aud aid' in tho prosecution of the charge a wealthy Jewish mcrchaut asked against Howerton. that he might be permitted to take After Iloworton'. doparturo the hur into his homo and bring her up authorities kopt close watch for him in good moral atmosphere, saying at and looked lor clue to ;n some other city. Ho (Continued to eighth page.) GIRL CHILD ACCUSES I - d i m m J VI 'W 'V tJtafcfeg-- s ?j.- -. njnr - .w T. JW. ........ izjC t,. -- : " f down to Zanesrille this morning my- jpen the train crew were rnnnlng forime r ever heard or Its happening self, and I thought I'd ride with you. ward, and there stood Bartholomew on 4iny where, but I. was on the engine Is It all right?" he track above me looking nt the rewith Bartholomew Mullen when It "Oh, yes, sir, If Neighbor doesn't frigerators. When got to him he ex was done. care." slalned to me how be was dragged In Foley choked I smiled. lie didn't know who I ml bad to tear the sleeves out of his he saw our hind his train the instant lights bobbing. We Neighbor took orders from, but he )loitse tinder water to g t free. climbed tlowti and ran back lie had thought evidently not from me. The surprise Is how little fuss men stopped Just where we should have "Then nin her down to the orauges. jiake about such things when they are stood If I had shut off. Bartholomew Bartholomew, and couple on, and we'll ousy. it took only five minutes for the rati to the switch to examine it The By FRANK H. SPEARMAN nmductor to hunt up a coll of wire aud contact light, green, stlH burned like a Itnrtholomew smiled ns if the Idea order ourselves out. See?" Aycr's Cherry Pectoral is nr sounder for me, and by the time he fnlse beacon, aud lucky It did. for It was not altogether displeasing. The 44 really looked like a baby car1900, huok 11, . UrynshL a simple couch syrup. It is "How would you like to go pilot to riage when we got her In front of the ;ot forward with It Bartholomew was showed the switch had been tamiered morrow for Mcl'iirdyV You to take the refrigerators. However, after the nec- ualfwoy up a telegraph pole to help me with and exonerated Bartholomew strong medicine, a doctor 44 and run as first "S. McCurdy will essary preliminaries wo pave a T was the cry rut In on n live wire. Fast as I could Mullen completely. The attempt of medicine. It cures hard enst month of run ns second "S." cnlllnc th.. the strikers to spill the silk right In 'y HiKrty toot aud pulled out. In n few I rigged. n ponr nnd bes-tii severe and desperate cas the strike and "I know I could run an engine all minutes we were nailing down the '"'viomi uispaicner. it wns a rocky the yards had only made the reputaeiiu, nut arter no end of pounding I tion of a new engineer. Thirty minuot a pound of right." ventured Hartholomew, ns .f valley. asthma, pit freight hud Neighbor were the only one taking the For fifty miles we bobbed along w'tti pot him and gave orders for tin wreck utes Inter the million dollar train wns chronic cases of consuniptl ;risy, bronchitis, been moved. chances In giving him an engine. "I our cargo of Iced silk as easy as old Uig gang and for one more of Neigh turned over to the eastern division to Things looked know the track from here to Zancs-vlllAsk your doctor about th shoes, for I need hardly explain tb t Wir's rapidly decreasing supply of loco wrestle with, nnd we breathed, all of smoky on the I helped McNeff. tire one wed;.' I iuiTt uiil a Ktrtt lira Miwe had packed the silk' Into the re aiotlves. us, a good bit easier n f'tftorkl for Bartholomew, sitting on a strip of West End. "Then go home and go to bed and frlgerators to confuse tho strikers. The Bartholomew Mullen, now a passeu Mini It l.i ruIi l"r mofence which still rose above water, ccr runner, who The general be over here at 0 o'clock tomorrow great risk was that they would try t It Crt - i ranks with Kennedy ' tie MKIUKL J I u. .1, v'tf .ooked forlorn. To lose the first engine raperinteiident happened to be with morning. And sleep souud, for it may ditch us. J nnd .lack Moore and Foley and George lie ever handled In the Beau-en when the news came. was aaaaaavMaVHaMMBW Ik jour last chance." I was watching the track ns u mou-- e xr j. Md Alto c a tough, and he was evidently speculat "You can't handle It, boys." said he It wns plain that the master mechan- would n cat, looking every minute f luttm .tiiurrtt or Ing on his chances of ever getting an nervously. "What you'd better do Is ic hated to do it. It was simply sheer 9 CPl-IDltrouble. We cleared the gumbo i:t other. to turn it over to the Columbian Pa necessity. If there weren't tears In Id :; . west of the Beaver nt a pretty go eyes, uootdfic." "He's a wiper." mused Neighbor as clip In order to make the grade on the But there was storm water certnlnlj RranHaet after the relief engine had pulled Our contracting freight agent on the Bartholomew walked springlly away. v.aBTakKP9MF7. If You will hnaton recovery bv coast at that time was n fellow so er "I took him in here sweeping two yenrs other side. The brldgo there Is hidden what was left of us back six miles t. Ing one of Ayor's Pi m ut l;cdv In summer by a grovo of hackberrics SJf aw JT , I a siding I made It my first business t.. i ratio that he was nicknamed JT' JWTJMv? ' ago. He ought to be tiring now, but I had Just pulled open to cool her n bit explalu to Neighbor, nearly beside bin. Right In the midst of the strike the union held him back. That's why when I noticed how high the bin ' elf, that Bartholomew was not onh Crazyhore wired that he had secured he hates them He knows more about water wns on each side of tho tn-uot nt fault, but thnt he had actualk a big silk shipment for New York. We an engine now than half the lodge. Suddenly I felt the till going soft hi Vr saved the train by his nerve. were paralyzed. the 44 wnbble .mi.' i "I'll tell you. NelghlMir." I suggest no engineers, no firemen nnd Thej'd better have let him In," nnld the drivers-f- elt We had ' ed when we got inntiivi ?irtiii.r tn st.pnlr nt. The the iimMer mechanic grimly. "He mnv slew. Bartholomew shut off hard straightened around BaMLaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVslEBV meata of breaking their backs threw the nlr as I sprang to the w .n "give us the lOlt to go ahead as pilot etrikers were pounding our men. ',0 lVt I11"1 J11engine aim lie dow. The peaceful little creek ah.nnd run the stuff around the rlui " wrecking our trains nnd giving us he LaTaT 1 It jou obtain I Flrunn of dortt .worst of It generally that Is. when runs it, I'll never tnke him off. union looked ns angry ns the Platte In Ai I division with Foley nut! tho 21C." ful quillt; NaraaaaaaaaaaaBaaatMaaaaVaaaaafll water, and the bottoms were 'a lakflalaauC "What'll you do with No. 0?" growl we couldn't gle It to them. Why thu. or no union, strike or no strike." Th iiftrttBttrf Kmittr i "How old Is that boy?" I asked. Somewhere up the vnlley there bid ed Neighbor. Six was the local j as fellow displayed his activity at that Mirkimit "Eighteen, nnd never n kith or n kin been n cloudburst, for overhead the seuger west. a particular Juncture still remains SaaauaWv vvM Ii rslIabU, Win rrli( STtVff tl ." I know of. Bartholomew Mullen." sun wns bright. The Beaver was r. r "Annul It west of McCloud." said I mystery. Perhaps he had a grudge Umt hp took an mused Neighbor as the slight tlguro Ing over Its banks, and the bridge FINDOUTWHY Instantly. "We've got this silk on our s against tho road. If bo, j sjfthMtJA( ott pplir artful revenge. Everybody on the sys moved across the tlat, "big name-sm- all out. Bartholomew screamed for brakes hands now. nnd I'd moV It If It t.ed STaaaaWa-saraaaVaaaaa"" RIFLES SHOTG boy. Well, Bartholomew, you'll It looked ns If we were against It. .md up mury passenger train on the di IV sense knew tern with ordinary railroad 7 vision. If we can get the Infcrn ! that our struggle was to keep clear of know something more by tomorrow hard. A soft track to stop on, a torrent of stuff through, It will practically b i' freight business until we got rid of night about running nn engine or a PISTOLS our strike. Anything valuable or per- whole lot less. That's ns It happens storm water ahead and Jl.OOi"'" the strike; If we fall, It will beat tic aim jour litem nardf'tr ishable was especially unwelcome. If he gets killed, It's your fault. Iteed." worth of silk behind, not to mentio company." (IihmIi hln ii r SMirtliiK By the time we backed to Newhall chant fur I Ii ,STi:VII But the stuff was docked nnd loaded He meant that I was calling on him equipment! ii mi minim lunair n and consigned In our care before we for men when he absolutely couldn't I yelled ut Bartholomew and mo Junction Neighbor had made up his lilp illrrt, MIITMH i. mind my way. Mullen nnd I climbed knew It. After that n refusal to carry produce them. tioned for him to Jump. My n ( I'tm, umiii . si' It would be like hoisting the white point! Tli Into the Hrtl. and Foley with the 21(1 rl&L ZJl Jf .wfrnTtl "I heard once." he went on. "about a science Is clear on that In I'riro. flag, and that Is something which fellow named Bartholomew being mixand none too good n grace coupled on 44 was stumbling along, trying. Sriul 4 iniU III tlmiipl fur 14(1 never yet llew on the West End. ed up In a massacre. But I take It he n drunken man, to bang to the rotti :i to the silk, and. lljlng red signals, wo illiitlmlMlt alalK,lnrlnllii "Turn It over to the Columbian," must have been an older man than track itartcd again for .nuesville over the Urtuf lalnl mltlllliina ! u -But our Bartholomew. Nor his other name aid the general superintendent. I C tint nin iMilnla nn IimiIIii(, river division. I yelled. i "Bartholomew!" But hiiiiiii, uif inuifr rtr nl Foley wns always full of mischief the general superintendent was not wasn't Mullen, neither. I disremem was head out and looking back nt l.. rlr. Ourtltrullin T. Iikij IK irrnt iirrot the joril anil looked up to on our division. He ber Just what It was, but It wasn't He had n better engine than ours, anytrain, while he Jerked frantlenlh I4ltismlitMl Hunger mall the tl($. worro lur l rrnla In tanil way, and he took satisfaction the rest hadn't enough sand. Our head was a Mullen." the nlr lever. I understood. The m piiiilslr himself, got a pentonnl letter j.nrr.yr.SH akm.h mi fighter, and he gave tone to every man of the afternoon In crowding us. Ev"Well, don't say I want to get the wouldn't work. It never will on tl I. O, llui 4007 fmin the general innuager compliment ery mile of the way he wns on our boy killed, Neighbor," I protested ender him. old tubs when you need It The PhlropM. Tallt, Mat... t S lug him on his pretty wit, and he was I wns throwing heels, "No," he thundered, bringing down "I've plenty to answer for. I'm here pushed out on me I was think the coal and Rood enough to say nothing whateur his fist, "not in a thousand years! to run trains when there are any to of how much the silk would bring u distinctly remember. It wns after dnrk when we reached sliout mine We'll move It ourselves. Wire Mont- run. That's murder enough for me. after u bath In the Beaver, nartb-A Welt '.nown Wo reglstereil thnt night and went gomery, the general manager, that we You needn't send Bartholomew out on mew stuck to his levers llko a man the Beverly hill, nnd we took It nt n That no fkl? I'isenre, wlirthrr n signal tower, but every sis ...id lively pace will take care of It. And wire him to my account." The strikers were not on to supper together Foley, Jackson. our minds then. It wns Foley who Bartholomew and I. Afterward we ntenul or Ci.lcr..al ongin, cn ri; flre Crazyhorse and to do It right off." "Olve him a slow schedule, and I'll brought us closer to open witbstand the iwo u.ucriul germ.c Iropiw-Into the dispatcher's olllce And before the silk was turned out give him orders to Jump early. ThatN bothered. him, Intent only on sn ZKMO and .KMOfoNK, they dr- - , to us Crazyhorse was looking for an- nil wo can do. If the strikers don't his first train, heedless of saving lil When the long Hirnllel steel Unci, Something wns coming from MK'IoihI. the ircruis ihat caus the disease j. other job. It Is the only case on rec- ditch him. he'll get through some life, I was really a bit ashamed to of the upper yards spread before us. hut the operators, to save their live, always ciirr. Write foriurinplc. K ouldn't catch It. I listened n minute Mvd.Cw , Pt. Louir. Alll)ruggt!Urr ord where n freight hustler was disflashing under the arc lights, we wore Jump. While I hesltatod bo aomriiov how." t, charged for getting business. nwaj aliove yard stuvd. Iluunlnc n (t was Neighbor Now, NelghlMir lu't It stuck In my crop the Idea of put got the brakes to set. The rfld 4 HAVNKS A TAYlOlt There were twelve car loads. It ting the boy on a pilot englue to take bucked like a broncho. locomotive Into one of those big ?rent on dispatching trains He ca'i was Insured for SKi.OOO a car. You can all tho dangers ahead of that partic It wasn't too soon. Sha checked her ynrds is Mk0 shooting n rapid In a make himself understood over the figure how far the title Is wrong, but ular train. But I had a good ileal else train nobly nt the last, but I saw not' rnnoe There Is n bewildering mnze poles, but his sending Is like a Imy's ANDREW SCHENCK. you can never estimate the worry that to think of besides. From the minute Ing could keep her from the drink. I of tracks lighted by red and green in wing wood-s- ort of uneven. tuff gave us. It looked as big as the silk got Into the McCloud yards caught Bartholomew a terrific sla lamps to be watched the closest. Tho j However, though I am not mtirli on $12,000,000 worth. In fact, one scrub we posted double guards around. nnd again I yelled; then, turning t hazards are multiplied the minute you running ynrds. claim to be able to car tlnk, with the glory of the Went About 12 o'clock that night we held a the, gangway, I dropped Into the soft pass the throat, and a yard wreck Is a fake the wildest liall thnt was ver President of the German a F End nt heart, had a light over the council of war. which ended In our mud on my side Tho 44 hung low. Jrcadful tangle It makes ererylMsly, thrown along the wire, and the chair Insurance Co., Rccommer amount with n skeptical hostler. He running the train Into the out freight nnd It wns easy lighting. from roadmaster to tlngmen. furious, was tendered me nt once to catch maintained that the actual muiie.i house. The renlt was that by morn Chnmbcrlains Cough Bartholomew sprang from his sout nnd not even Bartholomew wanted to Neighbor extraordinary trashes at the value was n hundred and twenty mil Ing we had a new train made up. It n second Inter, but his blouse canglit face an linpilry on a yard wreck. On MvC'louil key. They came something Remedy. lions, but I gave jou the figures just consisted of fourteen refrigerator ear In the teeth of the quadrant. He the other hand, he couldn't afford to Ike this: as they went over the wire, nnd tl.ej loaded with oranges which had come stooped quick as thought and peeled Is; etiught by T'oley. who wns chasing To Opr I linvo uaed Cbainborlnin's are right. In mysteriously the night before It the thing over his head. But then he him out of pure caprice. Trll Miui.rff (that wa the wont ih.ii Iteuttfdy in my family for I snw the Imy holding the throttlo at What bothered ns most was that the was announced that the silk would be wns caught with his bands in tbe tmk hM all. nl I could nerrclt- - ami can any thru it haa ncrer f emphatically Etrikers had the tip almost as soon us held for the present and tho orange-rushe- d wristbands, and the ponies of 44 a half ami lingering the nlr anxiously N"iBhlKr wns tulal nal npparrntlr foTROItrn Bartholomew's cure the most atnUborn cotigh .r we hud it. Having friends on every through. Bright and early th" tipped over the broken abutment. wo Jumped through the fros, but ts t nnm nnd wna trying to tnnnert wlt'i out rKomttwnd it to any famd. road in the country, they knew a Pull as he wmild. he couldn't get the roughest rid lug on truck so far h on hr haH rtlrmmrrri! tba Bight refrigerator train was run down to the ' nre and safe children's cough hmuch about our business as we ice honse, and twenty men were put free. The pilot dipped Into the torrent beats the ties as a cushion that wneu tell Maaanirve (rrprati-Milcr-.-- AM'REW SCHUKCK, Ay ton. right Trll I ourselves. The minute It ws an- to work Icing the oranges. At 7 o'clock slowly; but, losing her balance, tlK the 10S) suddenly stuck her paws horl that h- la flv 'im double mileage for today all th nounced that we should move the i!k McCurdy pulled In the local paxsenger litis remedy la for Mil by J. II " v through an open switch we bounced mra thrni.h Anil tomorrow ha gt they were after us. It was a defiance with engine 10." Our plan was to Hgalnst the roof of the cab like footp tha IM to N'KI01irt.B-01- t n last one. If we could move frelgjt cancel the local aud run him right out I grabbed balls. a brace with one LILVIIALK for we uvre already moving pa&M n with the oranges. When lie got in h.Viilunrll) . band and with the other reached lu Iters after a fashion the strike might roported the 105 had sprung a tire It At it mountain bunting resort Jtlnctlvely across to Bartltolouiew's Kev Henry Waller and f.n. be well accounted beaten. knocked our scheme Into a locked li.it tde to seize the throttle he held, but rlclily dreased. lb.rid looking woman, Stewart, the luader of thu local cou were guetu at facie IM!!) bedts'ked with Jewels In the ilaytl. . There was a lantern Jawed confer as I tried to shut hltn off he Jerked It tlngent. together with his followers, enee In the ronndhnue. last week. wide open In spite of me and turned remsrkiHl to one of ber family wrt got after me at once. In a loud, confident lone, "They're the "What can yon do?" askod the supi" with lightning In his eye. "You don't show much senio, Heed,' Mifea Intondent In desperation. Llrnrfford o Cm.i "No!" he crlod, aud his voice rang wiine crowd; I seen them people at tho bald he. "You fellows here are break ttntlon In New Vork." The tone, tbe vinited itenllin Itrowu (ait "There's only one thing I can hard. Tho 10!) took the tremendous ncek Ing your necks u get things moviug. Put Burthol'Miiew Mullen on It i" shove al her back and leaped like a atrocious manglliiK of the Hngllsh lanand when thin strike's over If our boy the II and put McCurdy to bed i guage, the dress and manner, elicit.! Mjs. .Martha Ordwaj is rcpoit. frightened horse. Awny we went ask for your discharge they'll get it. No. 2 tonight." rosiKJinled Nelglilxn across the yard, through the cinders the comment from an old gentletiuiu, no batter. This road can't run without our engi How utterly coarse, cointnou anT We were running first In, first out mid over the ties. My teeth have nevncers. We're going to beat you. If but we took care to nlways have sr" i vulgar!" Mrs. Hoio iMnyes vfsltad at tic er been the snme since. I don't beyou dare try to nioe this stuff we'll body for 1 and 2 who at least knew Tho guides and native hunters violong on nn engine anyway, nnd since Stallions Sulurtlay night and duinla have your scalp when it's over. You'll Injector from an air pump. late nil the rules of grammar In thdr Iheu I have kept off. At the moment never get yuiir silk to Zaues vllle. I'll peech. They say, '"Hank. I hain't got I looked Into It was S o'cl'M-k- . ilou Vaiighti attemlou; services 4t I wns cotninced promise you that. And If you ditch It locomotive stalls. The first the that the strain had no terbacker In this coat." nnd the been too much, that Bartholomew was Ike, and yet their rude and make a million dollar loss, you'll Cray no Thursday. In lght was Bartholomew Mulli i and uncouth get let out anyway, my buck." stark crazy. He sat bouncing clear to ipeech does not utiike any one usis.1 to lie was very busy polishing the 4 Ji' Kov t.iihh who aiatoi in the roof nnd clinging to his levers like lie words ns "vulgar." Bough and "I'm here to obey oiders. Stewart. ' had good steam on her, and tho old ' u lobster. I retorted. What was the use of more wns wheezing as If she had the iistlmi siiee.li from the' lips of meeting at Cruyno rottirn j 1 felt uncomfortable, but we had de- The II w:.s old, she was homely, s, But his strategy wns dawning on ough nnd unlettered men seems rath oil homo Saturday. termined to move the silk. There was was rickety, but Bartholomew Mulle r natural, but there Is a violent m me. In fact, he was pounding It Into nothing moie to be snid. wiped her battered iioe ns deforontiil lnrmony ami Inapproprlateiiess In me. Kven the shock and scare of leavMrs. Jonnio Suiidorlauil ann When I went over to the roundhouse ly us if she had been a , ing the track and tearing up the yard ?oiniiion and hideous Inngunge from sp daiightor Willie .May is rlrfiting lur and told Neighbor the decision he said uer driver, tall truck mall racer. had not driven from Bartholomew's :he mouths of men and women who. never a word, but he looked a gre.it She wasn't much-thII. But in noddle the most Important feature of 'rom their wealth, opportunities, dress brother W. It. Ilrowu. deal. Neighbor's task was to supplv those days Hartholomew wasn't mini, mil way of life, may be expected to our situation, which was, above everyMrs. M.iry Paris and son W.iltet the mothe power. All that we 1ml and the II was Bartholomew's. thing, to keep out of the way of the jay some attention to the refinements uncrippled, was in the passenger sen and elegancies of "How is she steaming, Bartholo viaitud at J. A. Ordway last wool. llk train. Ice, because passengers must lie mo. f.edger. mew?" I sung out. He was right i I felt every moment more mortified ust be taken care of first of all. the middle of her. Looking up, he lin Mrs. I. iua Scott and daughter Ira nt my attempt to shut him off. I had In order to win a strike you must gered his waste modestly and bliisli.c ItHlex. of Flat Hook is visiting, friends in lone the trick of the woman who grabs A tooth alleged to have been have public opinion on your side. through n dnb of crude petroleum out Klchul her drawn hciln into Vic niriind nlm the reins. 'It wns even better to tear from Napoleon's "Nevertheless, Neighbor," said I. Ills eye. head nt St. Helena this vicinity and unending; thu jru plump into the creel: up the yard than to stop for Foley was sold for :.'l7.r)0. after we had talked awhile, "we mu.i For Kant's wig acted mooting at Craync. "Hundied and thirty, sir. She's n tor to sinn.sh Into nnd scatter the silk over only $10 could be kicked move the silk also." rible free steamer, the old II. I'm all lightning her heels Into the nlr like obtained, but and shot with a frightened the coal chutes. Bartholomew's deci- Sterne's wig was valued nt si rwm Neighbor studied, then he roared at ready to run her Miss Willio and Leotia Donaldson out." wheeze plump into the creek, dra;; sion wns one of the tndts which make Two hundred dollars his foreman. is said to' have visited Misses Nona and "Who's marked up to fire for yoi. Lillio Iclot ging her engineer after her. the runner Instnnt perception coupled been given for Descartes' "Send Bartholomew Mullen her ." Bartholomew?" The head car stopped on the brink to Instnnt resolve. The ordinary dub as S.I. 100 was given for skull, where Sunday. He spoke with a decision that made me Bartholomew .Mullen looked ut me one of sir Hunning across tho track, I looked for thinks what he should have done to Isaac Newton's teeth, think the business was done. I hail fraternally. and $20,000 was I.eouiou Stallions and wife, el Bartholomew. He wasn't there. avoid disaster after It Is all over. Bar- jffered for one of the teeth of IleloNu ' Neighbor couldn't give me. never happened. It Is true, to hear ..' nnvboih knew ho must have gono down with tholomew thought before. tin- - time when her body Fair Viow, is visiting, relatives m It Bartholomew Mullen In the depurt but a wiper." said Bartholomew In ! was his engine. On we humped, iktoss frogs, through The waistcoat worn by Itous-cament of motive power, but the Im sort of wouldn't this eotiiiiiuiiity and sttnudiiig lh tone. Throwing off my gloves, I dived Jit ' switches, over splits nnd Into target preaeioti the name cave me was of a has been priced at $l!)0. Id's watch The unconscious arrogance of as I stood, close to tho tender, whli lirotraoted mooting at Cray no. rods, when end this Is the miracle of it $100. Not nil the relics, however, monstrous fellow, big ns Neighbor or boy quite knocked me. so soon h.u. hung half sulnne'g..il. I nin a good bit it all tho 100 got her fore feet on a n which there has been old man Siinkey or Dad Hamilton. honors changed his point of view- Irallle .have Misses Kroatha Mrowti and last "I'll put Bartholomew ahead of It." u!ut a despised wiper, at daybreak an or n fish under water, but no self re- split switch, made a contact, and, after neeii genuine. Voltaire cannot have ' specting hMi would be caught In that n slow or two like u bogged horse, she jwned more than n Dohoe visited ,M.s Ooorgo Tuboi muttorod Neighbor tightly. engineer, and his l0e In the'air nt b,T fraction or tb.. yellow mud. I realized, too, the instant swung up sweet on the rails again, walking sticks that havo walked iuto the olllce. of Inking m n wiper for firei,, .n boon sold u. Crnyne Sunday. I struck the water that I should luivn tender and all. Bartholomew shut off lis. nnd it tradesman In France "Mr. Garten said you v anted to t,tt and all so Innocent. teil d'ved on the upstream side. The Mis ()nm Dehoe i,' ('r.iyne vi- - ' me. air." said he. inhliv-sin- .' "Would you object. Bartholomew , with an under cut' that brought us n; !o boast tlmt ho had dlsjiosed of r, tl,e mas - meclhrulc. took mo away whirling. Whei ! double mid nailed her feet, with th te'last walking sticks" carried bv Jen nt George suggested gently, "to a train .,. Stalliiwis. line up for air I was (lftv feet bel-iQ incqtios Itousseaii nlr, right where she tood. Bir'.i!.n,f w ,iai for fireman?" Paris trade i Iho plr I felt It was nil up with B.i: 'I dun t thini; o wir.' 'or a long time did in eipiallv N'elrhlior "e had left the track, plowed n hun .'on .w l.tislni-.- in tl., lSr ,'.r pf ,,' "Thank imi ri. fljrar ia my mind's eye slrnnu Slii! !,v! o'lt but t dred foit Mfrosn the .vur.1- - ..ml U i.i i umuzmeit n I .Ul my er' on to another tr.uk ft Ii the onlv .vorn by V-t II..,, ' vIilVJJji.rJ, AHjA in n twinkling. Then it occurred to iue that It must be this lioy's father who was wanted. "You have been begging for a chance to take out an endue. Itnrtholomew." began Neighbor coldly. And I knew it was on. "Ye, fir." "You want to get killed, Ilnrtholo-mew.- VJ 1 Million Dollar freight Grain fc A. Doctor! Medicine w-oiic- l if n e - "i . -- - 1 r I . l 1 " iters - Crazy-horse- . .aaam I . nnwxwwnwiw i wfri ..I I - 1 HimaiaLaaaaaaH ha. STEVENS)' 1 1 - v E5WBSpSyJirai aal lAMiaTaaaw ix"lr i fmmUsfm if g3 fetal llC'M rl. rtK-eli- t I . W jli N rJ . tr . s- - tji 1 Fact t w.it.-Watchl- . 1 I .... mr ! 1 j - d - - nl-l- hl-r- n m j Iicj ; onl-ma- i f ' t- ? i spick-span- e lplilii ed-m- 1 1 thnt-klll-yo- u tl-- i ."' ' Hu-ulo- a our-r.-ii- f I -- i I , . - ! tr ' FAfFV'KTTnTSVafSlRP fflailc. Kt .' nt,., Ulnitiler Hlu'lt iftiaii -- ife.. t h a7 4 I 1 UNJUST TAX PLAN The Tax Commissioners cf the BIMMMMtWMMaMMNMaMMMMIA TOTAL LOSS MO Rapid changes of temperature are hard on the toughest constitution. The conductor passing from the heated inside of a trolley car to the icy temperature of the platform the canvasser spending an hour or so in a heated building and then walking against a biting wind know the difficulty of avoiding cold. strengthens the body so that it can better withstand the danger of cold from changes of temperature. ' ' 1 if F In States Agree Denouncing General Tax System Like Ours Full of Evils in Operation. INSURANCE! J it If , V . ,IBBBMBaBBWBa paaV'aBVMBBBBte i .fiaaBL. VH.m " a J ' tr !?? - r Scott's Emulsion In discussing tax questions In Ken. tucky and elsewhere, frequent reference Is made to the "general property tax." This Is the kind of system Kentucky has In force. It Is tho system that la In force In most of the Is the oft repeated expression which tells its own tale of putting off till tomorrow that which should have been done today. Neglecting to i n s u re causes a loss of man' millions of dollars every year to property owners. Don't be one of them, but get your insurance now. I represent one of the t states. It will help you to avoid taking cold. .iMaaaaBBTBBBBBBBSBBaVMaV aartaPBaHpaBBBBBBBBBBBJIMBBFMI t We are glad to any that on account of the excellent condition of our banks At a meeting of the oilieerb of we not deemed it necessary to Runic of Marion, Ky., take thu atep except as a precaution-Mario- n Farmers Bank, of Marion, Ky.. rynMure for the protection of Ken-- ,, t,rnl hUHinesi conditions throughout . of thi armor s & Merchant 8 contrlbut0Vy t0 and Tom, Ky., Salem Bank, of Sal- - our )!ink8. em, Ky., held, Thursday mornWe huu done nothing more than the ing, No ember 7th, 190, the Hanks have done all over the country following resolutions were adopt and there is nothing in the situation that should cause any uneasiness ol among those who understand the conTICK KIUIOI.UTION. ditions. WllCltCAH. The niHorintuii Hanka of FARMERS HANK, Chicago, liulianuiioha, St. I,ouin, KauRy K. J. Hayward, Cashr. nas City, Milwaukee, Cleveland, CinMARION HANK. cinnati, LouiMVille and Kvarwville and Ry J. W. Hlue, Jr.. Prest. other cities have followed the example of New York and decided to issue FARMERS & MERCHANTS HANK. through the resiwctive clearing houses Hy E. F. Smith, Cashr. for the payment of lialancus, certificates and by such action the balances which SALEM HANK, the Hanks of Crittendin county and Hy J. V. Hayden, Preat. Snlern Itnnk have in those cities are locked up, in so far as procuring currency or specie is concerned, a the Huid Hanks of Crittenden county and THE LAY OF THE HEN. Salem Hank huve necessarily, In the transaction of their business, on in these cities large sums which Six. Hundred Eggs Arc Dub fram a Small Fowl. cannot on account of such conditions be obtained in currunc) or specie, and Hum many OKga la a under such conditions the funds in the wound hi vaults of the Hanks of Crittenden coun- to lay during the term of lu'V nsin i' ty and Salem Hank may be subjected lift do ou suppose ' nai-- l fh im i to unexpected and extraordinary de li. hna InvmtlKRtfd No Idea mands from all quarter of the county n a Rood health) lun t.t Uiere-foand may soon be oxhauated, it ia ' nnN partlrulai hi i cd !'i' Hai,.njt tit'i- i- ti kmI. health) hen do- - not Hi sdiAKD, That until furtlwr acUon Jii fulfill until ah has turned of the Hanks of Crittenden county and nft) d.ixn That h what halein Hank each Hank ts nuthorieI to out nno ,' pay in currency or specie 10 per cent, Naluri' ban Illti-- a hli to do In thf n of fKK on any one account n it appears from her eight and she xHthe lxnks of nny such in ilk at the )ara to do It In. a writer in ) iie uf buaineaa November 6th. 1W7 Hrownlnir'a MaKuln Thflrat iMr of bar eiu producFARMERS HANK. ing life a h'n l.i) h .wily 20 hut In U K J. Ilaywnni, Chr. tb.- thr'f hii((ilinx yenra ahv rolla MARION HANK. up the acor of '..0 Thli lcaes onl) HluHyJ Jt . Hrcat. 2:o that shi inn'--t Rite that mam I foi in ttp remaining RMKR8 A MI.UCIIANTS HANK, ra Uiara Ky i:. F. Smith faihr thui nh nuut atand on dut tn that llii. and xhe dhldoi tho task anionic sai.i:m hank thtfour jiatH o that In th eighth I V. HavoVn, Prest H ar shi- la)a only 20eggs axaln the numlMT she started In with Then alio ndMl her career as an egg proin explarmtion'of our action na above ha ducer, and too often If h Is In tho v.o dcaire to any Unit wo lmve ion this hnnda of a thrift) owner begins an is a precautionary menaure for the other career, abort and delusive this protection of our duKailara and thoae time aa the auttuner boarder spring who have ltorrnwod from ua chic kin Clearing bouse associations through- "And aneaklng of eggs, there Is a M out the country including those of New about them, famlllur as thy are to e York, Chicago, St. Louis. Iouiavilli, erjbodv, that people don't suspect an eg that would be a Lwinsvillo, Henderson, Paducah, Nash- .Nm, ville and others have adopted similar rooster If It wns hatched Wrinkled rcHolutionswhirh has resulted in pre- - eRR hold rooatera In ombryo A hen lurks In the egg with a venting the circuhtion of currency smooth end ahell Z throughout the country. I here Is water In nn egg, f In view of the fact that alnut ll.l pur but no more air than there Is In a cent of the buginess of tlio country is hammer So long as jou can keep air carried on by checks through ,ithe ait of your egg It will rotnaln sweet Hanks, it is necessary that 'we keep and fresh, but no ono 1ms over In keeping It out by fair deposits on hand in the money centers means more than six or business centers of this section, nnd ox) Ren Is bound to find Its wny tve have our cash all deposited iwith throiiRh an nnd Hanks of hv.insvillo, (Louisville, New only way to savo that poies. to eat the gg Is It York nnd St. Louis, except enough to It sounds funny, but tho Instnnt you meet the ordinary business rtiu'itv-menta.- Kle an egg fresh air that instant you this aectiou, and in view of ruin Its health." the fact that we cannot withdraw our cash from our Hunks of dupoiit until money begma to circulate again, wo Now feel that it is necessary to limit tho ZEMO, n scientific preparation for amount that any ono of our dupoBitors Mops instantly may draw out to 10 per cent, of the external use. the germsitching cause ekiu mid dustrovs that amount ho or she might litivo on hand diseases. "Eczonm quicklv yields ami is on the morning of Nov. 7. Each one permanently cured by thfs'remarkab.e can draw out this 10 per cent, allot- medicine. All Druggicts. Write forsaui. plo. E. W. Rose Med. Co.,?t. Louis, Mo. ment nt any time ho may desire, but IIA.YNKS &TALOH no more than that until our association may feel justifiud in returning tothe normal method of conducting business. Our depositors may pay their accounts by drawing checks on our. Hanks -to their creditors, which checks will be honored, credit given for same to the person who may deposit it. We believe our depositors will realize that this is tho best move that wo can take under tho present condition for lRTflftTCne,Bht-hu- r aw- tho reason that if wo continue paying Till 9 Salaries increased checks in full our inonoy would soon be DRAUGHON'S exhausted and wo would be compelled to enforco the collection of nil our notes, which would cause a great Cjnsvil!e, I'nducnh, nnd St. Louis hardship on the citizens nnd business students, of our county, nnd result in a great F I) mIi u'o Tolouraiihy ruin ai wires, uso ti i.mTOinent, NasiivMi, depreciation of every character of in.iujiinu a vi. (linino oKU. ' s jo" 0 1, In i7htntes;$juo,imi property. iiltj. s oiiosmdentsnnJiuU.y iSieirs im NOTICE. M44444 ALL ORUQQI8T3I BOo. AND 9I.OO. t .!SVAkl i JVk Fjir- t ' T... MfucTwBxiaBlBBBBBBmBBBBBBBBBBBBMMM. i 'SrV-3''';lr"llBBBBBBVr rCft 'f'J?l'lltiBf Lit$tii 'MBBHaaWMBBBBLUiCbA V laVdiPMiBBBB MBMBWHryi-I ' I lne s n..i. ... 1J w 'ZVr-t&kr- rr'T'C" V'k.at'LAtJcS.A. . t extern. -- T" -- .1 V5J2W. ; rrs w? tt 17 . . 4 U. 8. BATTLESHIP, "ALABAMA." Capt. Samuel P. Comly; tonnage, 11,525; gunc, 13; speed, knots. v: .r 1 Hrlefly, tho general prpperty tax Is a uniform ad valorem tax levied upon all classes of property alike, regardless of the nature, of the earning capacity or of the tdnglble or Intangible character of the property. The taxing authority of a state, for instance, will levy a tax of 50 cents. This tax Is to fall upon every kind of property alike. Everything of value, whether real estate money in ban.;, notes, bonds, mortgages, shares of stock, live stock, wagons, carriages, Jewelry, furniture, any sort of personal property, or franchises of corporations Is called property and mtibt pay this tax. This Is the general property tax. The general property tax is, therefore, the lovylng of a uniform ad valorem tax on all property for nil purposes. As distinct from this system Is tho system of classifying property, raising state revenues from ono kind of property, county revenues from another kind of property and city revenues from still another kind, and also tho raising of levenues by special taxes of various kinds The argument In the tax world today Is between these two systems of raising tho public rev-euu- strongest insurance offices in the land, and without question the oldest in the world, being established in 1710. 1 LET ME INSURE YOUR PROPERTY 1 Jno. A. Moore n MMMMIWMMMMMlMMIMMMMi mm -- 8ri,i uge W r. m I tf liN.. -- e. xi ,! o -- -- '$ cf;! r 52 DCA1" w CIMAN7EE0 v t.i i "k U n il a vA 1 de-jMt- h-- n ! V-- r- ll hr d - 1 - - - ei, - - - - lio.-o- a JiJ sue-reede- d tas Tho-Insidiou- s egg-shell'- s of Eczema is Curable 30 THOUSMD TELEGRAPHERS Lll ": practical f7jprA BUSINESS I 1 . 7 t' The people can bring this condition to an end much more quickly by using checks wherever possible nnd depositing tho actual money in tho banks. h l!hill'li:i Dmimlion nlso hns 3,000 students leirnlnif U MAIU Write lor rlcos on Homo btudy. POmTlONS Bfcurctl or iiitmey back. Tllltl i:imatlis'i.tudlii"I H'lv lllilll.M' hliortlmnd hy Drauittion's 't)rv . ji" i or uiDtliods equals M td.ow liero. - e lll-!V- Ks men s.iy Druurtion's is The Kentucky system Is tho general property tax. Our constitution binds us to the levy of a uniform ad valorem tax on all property of every kind for all purposes If a piece of property located In tho city Is taxed for one purpose, It must be taxed for all. If 6 per cent reIt Is a property-earninturn to Its owner, it must pay tho same tax aa proport) earning 20 per cent If it Is a kind that can be or hidden It Is taxed the same as real estate If It can be found. No distinction is made on an account whatever, all property must pay tho v same rate. nJMii 'rT'v'CVHVBBVBBVBBVBWBlBBBVir'S This sounds like a very fair system, ttSsrtBMEjidBtl-'rf!WTJBfand In theory, It Is fairness Itself. But 4l ... 111 IiiImi nt lliuao ll y r$. 3mW .- . . r 1 118 opuruUOIl,, I.. il.n 0)llliuii ui tYnc IUU ,Fi--"Sii. who have studied the question, not iu Kentuck) only but in very state m U. S. BATTLESHIP, "NEV JERSEY." the Cnion. has not borne out the W. Kimball; tonnage, 14.948; guns, 24; speed, 19 kr.ota. Capt. Willla-promise made for It The system has been abandonod lu Pennsjlvaula, Connecticut, Delaware, New Jersey, Wis. V consin. Oregon, and partially In a uura-be- r i? of other state. The rapid tenn dency of the states la to got away from It, as impossible and Impracticable Nearly every state that has a tax com mission has declared itself veiy frankl) ou thla question. A large . fi .y number of states have within the last few ears apppolnted tax commissions to carefully study the methods of raising public revenues and. almost the reports of these commissions have denounced the general propert) tax system, the system that uNMUBK.1 - I . WAWI7ml v vs nr'V JWjjaF&.VK --i7 we hae in Kentucky, as being absurd, Impossible of enforcement and unjust In its ojeratlon Denounced by Supreme Court. -- Kma9$ rrt The Mipronio couit of tho United MmmmMKm-mh- r m& States leads the way In donounclng the s)stom In Its opinion in the case of the Pacific Express Co. vs. Selbert, the court suld' This court has repeatedly laid U. S. BATiLESHIP, "KENTUCKY." Capt. Edward B. Barry; tonnage. 11,525; guns, 22; rpeed, 16 knots. ''"- down the doctrine that diversity of taxation, both with respect to the amount Imposed and the various species of propejty selected either for boailng its burdens pr being exempt from them, is not inconsistent with a perfect uniformity and equality of taxation in tho proper sense of those terms; and that a system which imposes tho ttnmo tax upon every species irrespective of its nature of propert or condition or class, will bo destructive of the principle of uniformity and equality in taxation nnd of a just adaptation of property to its burdens " An Illinois tax commission has de clared that tho uniform ad valorem general property tax. tho system that we have also In Kontucky, "Is debauching to the cousclenco and sub verslvo to the public morals a school for perjury, promoted by law." An Ohio tax commission hns denounced It as "Imposing unjust burdens on tho man who is scrupulously honest," and Ohio Is engaged in an U. S. GUNBOAT, "YORKTOWN." effort to get rid of It. Commander Richard T. Mulligan; tonnage, 1,710; guna, 6; speed, 18 knota. A Now Hampshire tax commission deplores Its "corrupting and demoralizing influence." A New York tax commission says: ' u, " . "It puts a premium on perjury and a t. penalty on Integrity." I . In an address to tho general ossein, bly of Maryland, Richard T. Ely, one of tho greatest of our publicists, said: "Tho ono uniform tax on all proporty as an exclusive sourco of revenuo bbV bbV BBS nover has vorked well In any modern B B tH community or state In tho entire civilized world, though It hns been tried BBBBua1BwaBB?"BBB JGMm thousauds of times, and although all tho mental resources of ablo men havo been employed to mnko It work well." Prof. E. A. Angell, lato tax commisCppCA 3B1 Sat KafZaHLBBBaaBi pAWB?5'ISPvtL-- 1 sioner of Ohio, said in an artlclo In tho Independent: "The Indirect results ''BHBaPSaVBiaVBBBVBBBBBBBBBBBBHUBHBVB of tho operation of the law have been "T5SCPrCSISCBBMBWBaBBWaBJnBM" ' to drive away largo mascs of capital from tho state. It is estimated that at least 1200,0000,000 has been lost to Cleveland alone, and aa much mora U. S. BATTLESHIP, "MISSOURI." to Cincinnati." Capt. Greenleaf AMcrrlam; tonnage,J 2.500; ,guni, 20; speed, 18 knot. A L if! L U I TONIC. THE CHILDREN'S ?AV0rtlTE ' ' BaMard-Soo- O "r ONI i l.i.Ttment Co. J. H.Orme Tin ,; :0 ,H r:-iT- 2 g Sold and recommended by F. W. Rooms 2 and 4 NUNN, Jenkins Iildg., - DENTIST. Marion, All work t. - -- jt I -- - Kentucky. If any pleaso work guaranteed. n prove unsatisfactory, rt ,y call at my office at once. ,nr BBBjaaajBH Vl Metz & Scdberry -- n ? BARBERS Clean towels, first class work, electric massage, hot or cold bath. Give us a call. Opposite postoffice. r MktJ Tas?l r. M. Ravdin, Practice Limited to Diseases aud Defects of the Eye, we Ear, Nose and Throat. - Suites 10 and It, Arcade Buildiug. Glasses fftted. BVANSVILLE, - INDIANA Nunn & Tucker Undertakers and Furniture Dealers Salem St. FREDERICK , MARION, KY. S. STILWELL, FSaftaiPrSWIS - DENTIST Over Marion Bank Building All Work Guaranteed BT m Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup Relieves Colds by working them out of the system through a copious and healthy action of the bowels. Relieves coughs by cleansing th mucous membranes of the throat, chest and bronchial tubes. "As pleasant to tbe taste as Maple Sugar" IM l B AI Til Children Like 16 For BACKACHE-WE- AK OeWlti'i Kidney and Bladder KIDNEYS Pills-S- Trj ure ud Sail HAYNES & TAYLOR. '- BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB ir I lllltliiH AmBbVWVJMI - - -- . - -- J i . &'-'- -T ?fflBSf rBrWtfii yw lEfi w I ft Clothing Men's and Boys' SUITS We ISBMSi wHpppppii Have Confidence Are You Ready I Weather I We Accept Checks! For rv ! Cold Confident that the banks and trust companies at large, and of this community especially, are absolutely sound, we will accept in payment for merchandise your checks. and Snow ? Have You Bought Your Shoes? Are You Tired of Shoddy Goods ? 1 fall 1 el ym I Mm, V ' Bring Your Checks C ' 9 OVERCOATS i I We Are Ready Yandell Gugenheim Co. We will not disappoint you if you are looking for Winter Goods at Bargain Prices. COME TO JL I' J I p' 1 LI Big For You ! I 1 V, J- 1 KJ Value Giving in With the the Best Lot of Clothes that Are Made Right I Fit Right Arc Right THE BEST GOODS FOR LEAST MONEY Ladies' and Children's Cloaks And Furs. Dress Goods, Dry Goods, Outings, Ginghams, Silks, White Goods, Hosiery, Underwear, Fascinators. Buy Good Shoes Eer stuck Men's Shoes Ladies' Shoes Fine Shoes in a s, - i n man's store Boys' Shoes Children's Shoes Heavy Shoes i THE KIND YOU NEED FOR LESS MONEY uhat you want. Our stock is a good one to M .X- -. S:-- select from. BUY OUR SHOES. iiaaTjj i v. f imi JUBBJI -. -- i A YANDELL-GUGENHEI- EllC iyi( CrittCIttlCU Entered at iaeonl-eUu tzsi&i J TVTt f- bSri AtJZA bK4tM3:&aaU -J J - ' -- VN5tf bK4Ki !J-- COMPANY tma Wbadi "N ir sw - N filiVw'A Y UK. w; v . hi cy- 1 K ViV-- flkaaU. .U V fi imx a . v yj: V- - WifN.-v !W.74 A. -- .1 MBU vjy-JkBHLS-j ,. l ::; nr;rt -- vi i a " - PrCSS-fiCCOrl- S. M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher. macur Jnn Ah tS- -j 15 CoefM c! March jrd, iSnt TBRMS OP SUMCRirnON TMCTLT CAM I AVTMCt. A h1- -! Slnihi mlw Mtitod. Bail to aar a4MrM. 51 i 6 u I 00 7ar jaw TBKMS Or mas' HH. m astamcb. , it aor pio SlMtoeeytn mailad i Mta aiailxl to any addrM I i ea SUBSCRIPTION .. .. IS r$ i. to THURSDAY, 0V. 14. lDOi It may have been the machine, the liquor question, the uiaht rider, the feva Louisville mess, the Harfri case, the McCroary defeat, or the general apathy amonq the Democrat, but whatever it was it fixed us good and strong and gave us a jolt we were but poorly prepared for. Hopkins-villKontuckian. are inoMuq, uur tank are lainous especiall. )or their fine maoa:eiueDt and dplendid coudition. each havinp more than 'J00 per cent to meet all obliga Of course theie fund are tions. oot idle in their vanlu, but are loaned out to our owd people on mortgages end safe collateral securities, and no bant; could succeed otherwise. Bow many men in Crittenden county oould, if called on to produce in yold, silver or currency $100,000 instantly, do so? Not one. We suspect that for even $1000 l)t out of 100 men would give you a chect and not money itself. This is the proper mode a ad the one in general usage is all the civilised world and the one our banks adopt and its all right. There are now owing to the Crittenden KKroiiD-l'RKS1000 accounts of and more, aud 2000 accounts $2.00 of $1.00. Hring us checKs pleaso, Wc ean we want 'em, we like em. them in our buiine. ue lH1)L' ' ear wl-'- 'ro - a : e The Municipal Election. bolieva the falsehood reported agaiust mo and gave their votes to me or to my tick-ooxteud to oaeh and every oue my doopest appreciation aud I do assure you that 1 shall always remember you kindly for standing by mo when enemies were trying to tear down my character and daieat me. To the preachers and the good Christians who voted against me on the sole account of this false report, I wish to say that hereafter it might not be wrong for you to make some investigation of such charges before going to the polls and casting your vote, for who knows but in tho years to come some enemy of yours, although you be protootod by tho church, may start a falso report on you, and if your followers- troat you likewise, might they not beliovc, and without any sort of investigation. cast you out too? Kospectfully, W. II. CI.AHK. To those who did not t. L - I 12 - ft B .1 Iff .1 5 I k ft- t M "G JlS H v ;iL U ii Our towusman. Attorney W. II. Clark, should fool highly complimented at the splondid vote ho as candidate for Mayor, against one of the most popular men in the state. Major Blue is no doubt tho most widely known citizen of tho city, lu church, financial, educational, municipal, social, miuing aud political matters he hat for yoars boon rocounized as a leader, altho himself a young man, and in all of thoic matters his counsel is sought by men older in years than himself, aud his fine and mind lias served him well in kurrouuding himself with friends loyal and true. To moot him in a battle of ballots aud he so uoarly buooeesful ie no small accomplishment, aud proven that Mr. Clark aluo ha a name aud friends where he was born and reared who were loyal in tho laco of fierce odds. Wc predict, that we In justioo to T. II. Cochran who Hhall see more of Mr. Clark in the it was rcportod to me had started a future, and feel that instead of vanquished he has won his spurs. falsehood I dosiro to say that I have the following signed statement from Klscwhcrc in this issue wc publish him. the resolutions of the local banks and "Whereas, W. II. Clark has heard those of Tolu and Salem, passed by that I said of him that I saw him the officers of thoso institutions, af- come down the stops of the Jenkins ter a thoughtful and careful consid- Building with a quart bottlo of eration of the condition of the mon- whiskey under his arm and that he ey market in tho East and in the was using whiskey in his race to be lurj.'0 financial centers West, on olected Major, or for political purwhich wc have been more or loss de poses in naid campaign, or that he pendent for ready cash, aud at this was giving whiskey to negroes to Hell-balance- d bo-in- g a I m r Therefore wih t iuipn' u et then, to ote hi- - tiotet Learn Telegraphy. Wanted. : i your mintli the importance of make any ucn iaieineui to We hate adtaaoe ll for cer, Local rrprmaUilirt for Mj your tobacco in tixxl ordtr. It Atchison Krazer, or an; other per"n 1 never to be furoithd is and icioity to loot after would ceruinl U ery unpleasant B.wU'J graduat aid to Henrj Stone or atij The new eiebt and mcrea ear ubsenptioa hot other person that he. moaning W ii for a man of our own election to bo the coming Clark, had hiskey up in his office compelled to dock your tobacco on hour hw, going into r fleet or it prominent monthU iiiiKintr i We wish to March, has created n shortage of salary nod eomtnftiou account of bad order or that he wa uing it for campai.-on the perienoe deirabl but purposes on the night of Nov. I be governed by the golden rule, about "20.000 telegraphers I 'ailed of the State. Cood ofpottaatty for right per Do unto others as you would have railroads say about the mat-- ; 1907. AIM did Positions paring ItiO to 1)0 per Address PnblUher. ov 9, St,. ter was that 1 aw Capt. flaase j them do unto you. month to beginner nbsolntelf O. Ne York. It atfords me great pleasure to coming down the steps of the Jenunder a $150 bond. with a qnart bottle of know that Crittenden eoaaty tobooeo kins Iiuilding This Institute i the largest of iu whiskey under his arm, whicl. state- is embraeml in this splendid sale, and I want you all to to eondeet kind in America and ie under the t I in mo wav conTrinl Cntan tratmTi ment was true In ' W. H. Clark, with thi qunrt yonrselves in the performance of your direet supervision of railway official. mailed out fnn or r.- nected duty included in this tale that we Bator at any time Write for foil Shoop. lUeine. Mm Tl i - tent-T H. Coohkx. of whiaKey. proving to tho (.s.,ii- wit it u i will not be ashamed to oiler the next details. Nov. '.. l'.07. njr's cot th Krent iu f tl year erop for sale to the ame comproscription known to drugg ' National Tblrokaph Institcti. wmjmmmm&&r4&mtt!i9tif&$i' pany. vorywhorr a Dr Snoop's ChU rr CiRcmuati, Ohio. r Homed)Sold H. Ormi Wo have selected J. Prank BIBLE CLASS as a suitable man to grade onr ff BKV. J. V. PRICK, KWTOR k tobacco, at a salary of f 7f pur month Makes No Difference to the for actual time worked, subjoct to Blind removal at any time for a violation Judges XI II XVI. lie what wc say about matters optical, of the trust imposed in him. hut how about yourself ? N'o mu writ-tcTOJ'irS KOIl STUUV. will be required to ontor Into a in gointf blind if appropriate glass I Tho Phihstinos. oontr.io. sotting forth thoso con- es secured now will save your aBBH mn A .JK. t limm it wit ' . naLk. 'J Birth of Saniaou. ditions with the eomuiittco for the Concerned about your eyes? See aaaaMamxBT- -' 'A Sanisou'h feats. us and see longer, Eye aids of district. AMevery description at your servico Samsou's marriage. Hoping that this will prove satishere. f Samson's riddlo. factory to all parties aouoorned, I Dr. Abcll's Optical Parlor, 0 Sauison aud tho foxto. Yours as over, roni a in, 7 Samson's rovengo. A A HON TOW Kit V, Princeton, Ky. S Uamath-loh- i and for Crittcndou Co Committootuan 9 Samson's roigu. course 10 Samson's down-hil- l N'ollce to Hunters. , I I Samson's doath. Tho quail soason is on the Ifth of November, but you must bo careful Advice to Poolers. whero you hunt. Tho law says ym The tobacco growers ot Crittenden (Licensed Embalmer) must first procure a pormit from the county who pooled their 1007 crop owuor or tnanagor of tho farm 'r of tobacco in tho Stomming Distiiot woodland upon whioh you hunt, and ' Association are aware of the fact you must liavu the pormtt, in writ returnwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm that said crop has been sold and tho ing, along with you whilo liuntin.' ' day of contract signed on tho 6th There is a hoavy fine for tho viola Tho oxecutive November, 11)07. tion of this law. Tho quail seusoii oommitteo having been in session on days, to January will last fjrty-fithat day in Henderson, further 1st, 1008. agreed that oauh mombor thereof Tho squirrol season is closed u jw should writo a Icttor for publication, until Juno ITUli, 1908. informing all tobacco growers in the The law sayH you must not sein or aforesaid district who arc interested tramel for fish iu any lake or pond. in this sale properly prcparo their tobaeco for delivery. Our contract spceifios that all tobacco received in Marlon Produce Company Organized. this purchase must bo woll assorted We havo just oponcd up at tho old and graded into three classes leaf, stand, or produco houso in Marion, in lugs and trash and to be in good Ky., and will pay tho highest cash stemming order. Will begin to price for all kinds of produco, so givo the first day of Dccombor ua'a trial and you will come back. after 1007, any day in the week, except O. L. Dial & J. B. Gmhhon, Saturday and Sunday. am proud to say that in tho salo KODOL is offered on a guaranteed of this tobacco tho contract gives uh plan for the relief of heart burn, flatuthe right to select a Huitublo man to lence, sour Btomach, belching of gas, grade our tobacco and see it fairly nausea, and all Btomach troubles. It weighed. Surely this is an item that digests what you cat. It will make you healthy. Sold by J. II. Orme. we should appreciate. dehv-eruij' ' lai gnar-antee- et . . - Coh-go- - Jmn u siiil .nnnnnnnnnni TBV Wl - mrZl .'t? e. R. F. DORR aBaa' , FUNERAL DIRECTOR and EMALMER o 'BMftl-L- , Dealer Coffins Caskets, Burial Robes, Slippers, Etc. 1 Furniture, Chairs, Bed Room Sets, Bed Springs, Rockers, Tables, Etc. Picture Frames and Moulding. ,jt--- ; rt'4 'IT r r ' ' - i i;v iji vv ,; "v SB mbmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm& gsr & i i I S1 ITS QUALITY THAT COUNTS It may cost you a trifle more to buy the best but it is much cheaper in g& the end than to buy the shoddy kind, no matter what you pay for it. 5t IF YOU WANT AN Another Lot Just Dress Goods S A ij Overcoat Cravenette Or a Suit Cloaks AND Received ! To in FURS High ! iHi KiflH ' ( HUH Either in men or boys it will pay you to see what we have to offer you, and if you have an account to Quality And low price is what you will find in this line all the way ens, silks and mohairs. The New Things in and plain wool- quality and price. Fancy suit you both Winter Shoes ! Of the Best Quality. W. L. DOUGLAS For Men. through. Ladies Belts, Collars and Combs. not think that checks arc "no good" for if they are on persons uho have the amount to their credit in cither of the banks they will be just as good here as tbe cash. Do Duttenhofer and &z the Red Cross For Ladies. St St St St St St S Your Credit With either one of the Nice Furs From SI.25 to $7.50 Don't fail to sec banks them. Carpets, Rugs and Mattings, Lace Curtains, and Window Shades. S Red Schoof House gjt For Children. n , Your Check Is just as good to us as They wear well, fit well and look well. the money. So come on. Don't worry. NUMBER 80 g 2 The "Good for Bad g Boys" shoes are the g kind for rough wear. 3w BRIM FULL OF BARGAINS mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwwwQm sS AND PLEASE C) WE GIVE YOU GOOD VALUES YOU TOO TAYLOR & CANNAN F W Mm St St St SHI 1" . Nunn diMitmt. Prrss Huilding I .Ictp ()ne was in Paducah tint Wi Nunn.dcntist. Pres Huildmg Sue Murph ; it visittug iu at the k on buHine1" Sulhxan this week. town Sec "Tony, this Opera Houso tho Convict" ht Mm. .1. It. Com p ton of near is Mailing i relatives in StKrgis (Thursday). weeW. N unii, lcntit. I'reiHt Kuildiug wa Mrs. Kittio Nunn of Sullivan Oaklej left Monday spout a few days last weok with her for StnrgU to visit Uie son Vornon daughter, Mrs. J. X. Hostou. Hev. W. T Mr. W. It. Ynt of Shendnn Oakley. Mi Maude" J)r. Fraier attendod tho 0. V. Mre. Mary 1). HoHej of CUieago Medical Society iu Kmnsville WedHowertou ipeot Sunday .lame ti vUitinj: Iter many friends here ami nesday. with friends in Fredonia. at Salem. Mrs. W. T. Oakley has been on a Ir. audOlra. I. II. Cleinont of W. . Wood, traveling freight visit of several days to the family of lulu woro in town, Tuesday. agent for the I. C. It. It. was in tho Vornon Oakloy at Sturgis. Tho fall term of Circuit Court city, Th u red a v. Oliver Hurley has a sow which roiiiinonood next Monday. Miss ICatio Groves of Lyon County found 10" pigs last Wednesday. This Mrs. George Nunn watt the guost is visiting hor aunt, Mm. John is tho largost litter we have heard of fow day last if Mrs. J. N. Moston ou Wilson Hill. iu nuiiibor, who eau beat it?, I week. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Guess of CarWilsons Mill with old fashioned Mima Amanda Campboll is visiting s will grind ovary Saturday rier Mills, Illinois were tho guest of friend in Caldwell Springs neighbor-hoorolatives and frionds in this and Caldat tho old mill. well Countios this week. Miss Mabel Minuer who is teach Dr. .). I). Tliroikold of Salom wan WANTI-HStable manure. Will ing at Oakland was in tho oily Sat t ho city Thursday unroutc liotnu in pay f)0 cts. per wagon load urday and Sunday to visit hor pareuts. from Dawson. at your barn in cash. Miss Anna Finloy loft Tuosday S. M. Jknkinh. Mrs. S. M. Woldon of Tolu is the morning Nashville where she will Horschol Hutlor, of Salem, passed uest of hor parent, Mr. and Mrs. Praughon's Business College. ,1. W. Givcns. through tho city Tuesday night on Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Hammond Dado City, Florida, to visit Mrs. A. M. Hunry and nophow loft Friday for Kvansvillo, whoro they route to his aunt, Mrs. John Hounctt. Presly Honry Hpont' Sunday with re- cxpeut to make thoir future homo. Misses .Josie Smith and Mamie lative in Frodonia. W. H. Yatos was iu tho city FriHughos of the Weston soction woro iMr. and Mm. Hoe Willinius and day onroute homo from LouiHvillo, tho ploasant visitors of Mrs. Forest children of Fords Kerry woro iu the whoro ho has luon engaged in a proHeath last weok. They left Sunday city, Saturday. tracted mooting. for thoir homes. Mm. Chas. Porry, Irma, of Mrs. Sarah Cloment left Thursday The Co. will woro the guest of hor mother, Mm. for Loitehfiold whore she will be tho niako their initial appoaranoo at .MaIt. A. Mooro, Saturday and giinday. guost of her daughtor, Mrs. L. S. rion Opora House (ThursMm. W. T. Oakloy was tho guest ltogoM. for sovoral wooks. day). They will pro.scnt ''Tony, of Mr. and Mrs. Vornon O.ikloy of Mr. II. 1). Skoes formerly day the Convict." Sturgis Saturday and Sunday. Hopkiusvillo has boon proat WANTKD A good young milk Maurice Schwah is now at Seattle moted to tho position as day oqcrator cow with young calf, or soon to be Washington, and is employed hy tho at Marion. Ollie Agncw goes on as fresh. Address Postollieo Hox 98, Northen Pacific Railway iu one of night operator at Marion and hen Marion, Ky. its most responsible places. Our boys Hubbard is promoted to tho position The Tolu mail route will be dismake thoir names whore over thoy go. as night operator at Dokoveu. continued Dec. 1. After that date Thrco of our merchants arc willing Mrs. Ward Carr and children woro mr.il carrier James Thomas will make to nccopt checks for accounts or mer- in tho city Sunday Monday enrouto tho trip from Tolu to Sheridan and chandise. Head their advertisements to Central City where they will return each day, and tho rural carMr. Carr having secured a posi- rier will handle all mail from here and go pay them what you owo them and buy what you need by giving tion in a drug store there They wore to tho Sheridan vicinity. It. F. llayncs them a check on the bank where you tho guost of Mrs. Karl Trislcr, son of Dr. J. W. while horo. keep your money. Trisler, is ill of typhoid fover at his Mr. and Mm. S. II. Franklin, who homo on north Main street, Tho Itov Oakloy was callod to White Plains last week to preach tho fuuor-a- l havo been visiting their daughters young man joined his family hero of Mm. Virgio Terry, ono of tho Mrs. 0. P. Yeakoy of Morloy, Mo., from Arisona four wcoks ago and has o iiiemboM of his church there. Sho and Mm. Nannie Nelson of lilodgott, since been out at work ou tho was a young wifo and a christain and aud thoir son, K. L. Franklin of line, but returned to Charles-iohad been married only 1 year tho 4 th Paducah, for tho past two months nek Saturday night. CharlesFeb. last. returned homo Monday night. ton (Mo.) Enterprise. o, in town Friday. Mr. W. II. Wjlbwrnof va in town Monde). 1'crrj gueat wa Wednesday the Moore a fow daye examined. of Mrs. A. C. Free was Mm. .Creed Taylor was in Eraus-vilto bavo her eyes lt laet week. aorn-hiihr- d. ) two-hors- e on-t- or tion for several days. Mr. Sale was born in Murry, Ky., Tho examining trial of Percy How- - and was 30 years of age. Fifteen erton took place Monday before years ago he camo to Paducah. He Judge Walter iilackburn who ad- was employed as a harness maker by mitted him to bail in $1000 to await K. Hehkopf A Sons aud lived here the action of the grand jury. His until he went to Marion. fathor, P. A. Howcrtou, and uuclc, G. W. Howorton, wore his bonds-m- o Deau has been called to her bedside. u. ings prevailed. Mr. Hie Thrclkeld Ho was married in Murray, in 1895 had charge of the singing and fur- to Miss Inez Brown. His wife, a ." tons of Pea Hay e Wanted nished wonderfully sweet and help- daughter of 12 and a son of fouryears Hox 9 Mariou, Ky.' ful music throughout the meeting. of age, survive him. He also leaves 'Tony, the Convict" at Opera The revival was wonderful and the one sister, Mrs. Hubbell, and his Hottae, Thursday nicht Dout miss it. church greatly strengthened, sixteen father, X. G. Sale, of this city. The funeral took place this afterBorn to the wifo of Claronce Stcv-ou- a members being added to the church, Monday Nov. II th. a fine little and many renewals being made. noon at 2 o'clock from the residence Tho mooting olosed Nov. 7, Kcv. J. of Mrs. Hubbell. It was conducted dntightor. W. May, of Indiana, preaching the by the Iter. S. B. Moore, of tho Sirs. 'Mellvillc Loekyear and little valedictory. Tho pastor greatly ap- First Christain church. The burial daughter Grace of Kvansville loft preciates tho hospitality oxtended by was at the Oak Grove cemetery.' Monday morning for homo after a tho ontire community during the Mr. Sale was an industrious, highvisit of sovoral days to Mrs. S. M. mooting. ly respected citizon and his death Jenkius. will causo universal regret Paducah Tho old mill will ?rind eorn aud Suffering is Ended. crush food every Saturday aud later and if bnsinoss justifios it tho mill Hanson 1). Sale died Sunday night Mr. Sale had ingratiated himself will run 2 days each week. at the homo of his sistor, Mrs. Clyde into the hearts of ouripeople during Lillian, the one year old daughtor Hubboll, 912 Jeffcrsou street, at 9 his short stay here, by his industry of Mr. aud Mrs. Goo. Givens died o'clock of paralysis. Mr, Sale had sobriety and pleasant manner. Tho Saturday in Princeton and was been ill since last May. In April he people here with one accord will brought to this city aud buried in moved from this city to Mariou, Ky., sympathize with the bereaved wifo the Now Cemetery Sunday afternoon. to engage in the harness business. A and little ones. month later he sufiered a paralytic Mrs. A. V. MeFco, is confined to Notice to Electric Light Patrons stroke and was brought hack to this hor bed aud is threatened with pneucity. Ho had been in a dying condiWho arc two mouths or more in monia. Her daughter, Mrs. J. K. F. Nunn.deutist, Press Huildinu Post-offic- n News-Domocr- ft. Kiralfo-Motsonbook- op-orat- or mooting has tho session of the Presbyterian church, South, for Sunday, Nov. 21, 1907, to tako a vote on tho matter of a union with tho Presbyterian Church, U. S. A. Kvory member is urged to attend, all who cannot, send thoir can proxy by somo ono who will be here, to voto for them. II. K. Woods, C. S. boeu called, by WIieeler-Howerton. A congregational &55,:, - We need whet you owe us arrears. to pay our coal bills and our employes. Wo cannot sell electricity on credit. A word to the wise is sufficient. PAY UP Marion Klkotiiic Light & Ioe Co. Incorporated. ! . . GO TO . B . Main St. JAS. H. ORME S Drugstore FOR (5) Marion, (J) Window Glass, Putty, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Floor Stains, Brushes, Wall Paper in Endless Varieties. g Wednesday night after Mrs. Nina Howcrton was united in marriage to I. Frank Wheelor, at her homo on North Main street, ltcv. Adams officiating. prayor-mootin- School Books, Tablets, Pens, Ink, Pencils, Paper, Etc. w o, Meeting at Crayne. Diipa E?bacI niio Wlllll- lAM. Ml W VI H59, telo-phon- n On October 24 tho ltcv. W. T. Oakloy opened a meeting at Crayno C. P. church assisted by Itov. W. It. Qibbs, who preached five sermons which woro much appreciated by all tho congregation and pastor. Tho wcathor was oxcollcnt whioh tonded to bring out great orowds from tho start aud much interest was mani fested and tho best of order and fool- - icals, Perfumes. )jA Our prescription department is up to date in all w resrects. and we solicit vour rmtrnn;irf gj Main Street, fc): - ORME'S DRUGSTORE, - Marion, Ky. ril.. 7 f U - , ,4 , ft:-- r.rn .'1.: . j ... u'aWV r HHnj9!HI99Hp3 -- &-.. " ffij 'A Sty ft Cttiftwit fflmkmsa nf ilw Autfrirau By GRAF ERNST REVENTLOW. German Navtl Expert. Tiic FARMER PAYS tag Our Tax System Has Increased His Burden. Figures That Show Farm Property Pays More Than Its Fair Pro- portion of Stato Revenue. When the last constitutional contention in Kentucky drew up the present orsanlc law of the state, It found existing throughout the state a general feeling of dissatisfaction, because through the faulty administration of tho old revenue law one exemption after another hnd crept In until the old system was full of Inequalities. The convention desired to perfect n tax system which, it believed, would secure absolute uniformity iu the burden of taxes It, therefore, inserted In the constitution section 171. whi"h says that taxes shall' bu uniform upon all classes of property within the territorial limits of the authority levying the tax This was done in tho belief that uniformity of method would pr duce u uniformity of result and of bur- iriL iii k IK 1 1 m Bih r BT HOI oe Hie suxiurst uuuu.i. Mwml mo-- t unfortunate feature is the personnel hut only in the recent question. It 1ms come up demanded adepiate attenvears f tho new era hn. it tion. At present there is a lack of both otlicers and fr that last year it men. The olHcer famine is so .,. .. : r.. . nininu- -i hum ;. w t i.., m vat necc-- arv to convert cadets into waun oinccrs. u this reanwt relief can onlv be secured in the course of years. Kven then. the number of cadets at Annapolis is aunually consider-ihl- v If, as at pnv.-nt- , raiseil. and their term of education shortened, the effect in the rank jf inciter ollaers can only make itself felt in the course of time. Finally, y relief cannot be secured simply by turning out oilieers faster. The neccs-wr- den. It was urged in behalf of this purservice e.vperieuce must also have been attained. As has boon said. remedial meas- posed section that it was demun.i"I America waited too long to resort to energetic nud radical In justice to the farmer, in order that ures. since his prccverty was of a inliil and the immediate future we cannot get away from and tangible nature and ouuld not For the present assessment, all other proirty be fact that the American otlicer corps, as regards its tactical military should be put In the same boat training, without doubt is inferior to the .Japanese; that it is also numerNo one over disputed that this oucht would under other circumstances not be of special impor- to be done The only dispute wmt .is ically inferior to whether or not It could be tance, espet ia!ly as in war a large number of naval oilieers remain ashore, by this method It was content i while the commanding officers among them usually go to the front. A that certain clusaes of property, which further element of weakness in the American tltvt. however, is the very were of a kind that could be cm Among rear admirals we coaled, would escape assessment audt hieh aee amonc the lusher commanding ollice-- s. taxation if the burden of taxation v find an average of nearly 01 vears. among captains of nearly 55 years, and upon them was too heavy, and inn' u mm. - - apt- mun the result would be that the real , i i.. , .i amonjj mo navv cornniaiiucr- oi neanv oi. umi is a tate and such visible personal beyond what the deman'ds of initiative and elasticity made upon naval erty as tho farmer's live stock pri nud beeomes the more serious in the merchant's goods nud tho hou" officers absolutely require, and thi light of the now prevailing promotion vstem, whereby, also for higher holder's furniture would bear an undue proortion of the burden of raidofficers, the question of efficiency is not tho deusive one. ing the public revenue. Hut the general property tax wi Imbedded In our constitution, and A Husband's Hour a? have been trying it harder thau uver the political enfranchise- for the sixteen years that have n ment of woman by a elnpned since it the constitution adopted, and has proved nnythlim proxy vote, secured by but uniform and has not served to the same blandishments distribute the burden of taxation system, a great with which a vomnu en- equally. Under this deal of property in our cities escnp sures the price of a new taxation. In spite of the activity f By MRS. JOHN SHERWIN CROSBY. Prcjiiient Women's Democratic Club. lonnet, is one of those auditor's agents, much of it Is nt brought to light dreams of conquest which of this Is that an The consequent ' unfair burden woman ui variably puts Uiu support of the state falls npn forward from the other :dc oi the matrimonial fence. Even in the cao those who own property that can n he hidden away, and these people ar of the bonnet the husband will prolu'tly want to U satisfied that it ia be- chiefly the fanners. coming first. The farmer pays more tax on property in proportion to real 3!iss Clarke's idea of a husband hour aeom to me an injustice both estate than does the city man under to the husband and wife were it carried through succeaafully, and, a the present system In the In the stato which contain i'.. the well a debating of the individual right. To go to the heart of the mat-to- r, husband dearly love to teach, but not to learn, especially in their cities of the first and second '.' Sa.HS'-FayJefferson, Kenton, Cample political opinions, and the largely abstract knowledge that the usual ette and McCracken, the aa. - d perwoman acquires in her study of the situation at her club can hardly he sonality Is 20 per cent of the t.'al asIn the rest of the state it opposed to his daily experience of the condition to be remedied or the sessment . Is 21 per cent of the total men to achieve the desired betterment. The companion of their informa- The Bre counties named, which may tion is bound to result in a better understanding for both. But tlte im- bo called urban counties, contain plication of at superior mental attitude on her part would be fatal to the 16.02 per cent of all the realty cin the state and assess only 31 per nt of dearest wish of her heart, political or other. all the personalty. The amount of money, bon is. acMiss Clarke's suggestion is nothing more nor less than the estabaswhich their senses are to be lulM counts and similar personal lishment of a school of husbands, in sessed by these counties. Is Ivs- - than first with good food and good manners before hubbv. !i;.,TeJ and eiih 7 jer cent of their total asm oment. iojied more drugs is cstechised and Icwmod and cajol.il by cwrv art In tii" rest of the state tho amount of such property nssaessed Is nearly 11 of which woman is mistrese into a promise to n linir!i 1. - uwn w ill :ind Manifestly, It r cont of the total. jndgment and act as the catpaw for th. is 'rue that the man In the cnintry d not iid it so easy to conceal his woman who hides behind him. personal property, and he has not tho was th. Longfellow's Children's Hour mctntivu furnished by a high tax rato u FT fi iJi o ci nceal It. happy time of the day the one hour without .v v x ' In tie county of Jofforson, contain-Ir.Clarke's Husband's Hour restraints. Miss t'ir city of Loulsvlllo, personalty "Til-- ' wonld bo the hour of struggle, of dioconten' Is .J i per cent of tho total assess-mvv. nt In Kenton county, containing It might even be interpreted by the unjust ivi1 the r,ty of Covington, personalty is In called nagging. into what is commonly 11 2 per cnt of tho total; in Camp-Ifact the process of administering such .i With the city of Nowport, It is i 1C 'm r c nt d Fayette county, with pill to even the best of hushi.n U do Uxt. nnper s letter, Its personalty effect upon the h. would have n doubtful I.. :i c. nt of the total, but it .1 harmouy. hold ' iiown li that the rural portions of ,i ti. count-contain an amount might wrest a vote from an unwilling nf walfli unusual Iu any agricultural .1 of envj the L-- ; stubut in the majoriU mm' u.ty In n r man would be worse than his fir-:- t. On thf other hand, take the follow-ii.o'K he wou' ruh to f.il-- c counties which are and note how much larger the percentage of !ernonnlty The amiability and than iu the strictly urban counties: county per cent 25 Dinplaceucy of the Carrardcounty 2G Allen percent church is its weakness Marlon county 30.5 percent 31 per cent It is content to Adair county 33.C per cont lie eminently respectable Knott county 3G per cont Monroe county and to stand aloof too Through tho entire Btato tho rule much. gonerally holds and whoro the conBy ROV. GEORGE LLOYD. St. Louts. Time was when tho trast Is not io rrarlcod, tho oxceptlons will generally lie found duo to unuschurch was the greatest ually high valuation of farm lands. " fighting force in the Who Pays the Frelght7 world and it won glorious victories. The church militant ought to remain Thero is still another way of ascertrue to its numc, and it ought neer to give up the idea that it is here for taining thnt tho prosent system does things easlor for tho farmer. the conquest of all that is opposed to Jesus Christ. It should not think not makeyear 190C For tho tho assessment of that its mission is done when it has won a certain rufineinoin. Our refine- the stato divides Itself as follows: ment may be our ruin. The amiability and complacency of the church is Per Cont 43 its weakness It should go into the enemy's country, and not run Farm lands Farmer's personalty (live stock, away from it, nor sit idly by, while tho enemy takes our territory. Implements, otc.) 7,1 The enemy has been charging all along the line of our theology, and Monoys, etc., assessed to farmers 2.0 as a result our lines are broken, and our ranks are confused. A bloated Total for farmers fi2.7 materialism menaces Borne of the strongholds which we thought invincible. Town lota 32.5 To arms, Christian men and women. Everyone should light, or throw up Town personalty 14.8 Total town property 47.3 his arms. In arriving nt tho of If you are going to serve the devil all the week, you should keep from moneys, etc., sot down percontago by as given in church on Sunday. farmers for taxation, only that given ygpnyi doubt ioiniur.il witu .Japan, there .an be no America's weaki miuenicl that - far as From a tactual standpoint, one can ness i. at sea. the standard of the American navy doe safelv of not attain a liiflh jwint. At any rate, the education ofli.vr., on a systematic, uniform, thoroughgoing plan there can, of is lacking absolutely while of 'tradition' A.-aior-.'iinl rt, COUr', A ill Mil . i.- a by counties having no town larger than the sixth clnss is included, and small percentage of this character of personalty given in by counties having larger towns and yet distinctly agricultural The figures probably are under, rather than over the mark. Farm property, therefore, by a estimate pays neatly 53 per cent of the stnte tares exclusive of franchise tuxes, while town property pays only about 47 per cent. Of the state revenue collected by the sheriffs of the state from assessor's lists, 43 per cent Is paid by farm lands, 31 per cent by town lots, about 9Vj per cent by money and securities, about i per cent by live stock and farmer's Implements, etc., and C per cent by other personalty. It Is time the Ken tucky farmer realized that the preseut bears heavily upon him Equivalent to 10 Per Cent Income Tax The tax commlslson of the state of California has this to say about the operation of the, general property tax ou farmers in that state: "Tho taxes paid by farmers In California are equivalent to an Income tax of 10 per cent This Is In contrast to many other Industries, for example, the taxes paid by manufacturers, which amount only to 2 per cent on Income Te persons engaged in agriculture, with an average yearly Income of ntout $500. pay $S0 per capita per annum Iu taxes Tho persons engaged In manufactures, with an average annual Income of IS70. pay 117.50 per capita por annum" The California system here denounced la thp sumo that we have In Ken tucky. and from which the legislature ran afford us no relief without n" change of the constitution 7-- GERMAN U THEORY ELGIN'S LOSS $100,000. Public Utilities Operated by Cities Must Pay Their Way. They Don't Always Do Thii Howsvsr Bscsum Not Enough Is Charged Off to Depreciation and the Plants Don't Have to Psy Tsxei "Undertakings" Limited to Locshtiei Where the Patronage Will Be Large. In theory public utilities operated by German cities must pa their own Way This theory is not, however, fully borne out iu practice, because tho allowance for depreciation U frequently Inadequate, and the plant aru not required to make good the taxes formerly paid by the companies they Hut the effort to put these service 011 a paylug basts has resulted lu limiting the various undertakings to districts uhurc they are sure to pay. Ou the other hand, when these utilities are oerated by companies the same restrU-tltresults are noticed, because almoHt without exception the fruu chlsvs nrc so weighted down with provisions for payments to the city nud ure tit the same time of such short duration that the companies would not btf warranted lu extending the service 1koikI the district lu which they are Mire to pay at ouce. 1'rofewsor Hugo It Meyer in recent articles in tho Electrical Itullway 1U view and the Journal of Political ICcon-omdescribes the result of this policy ou street railways ami dn' J J FARMERS IN MANY STATES WANT RELIEF FROM UNFAIR TAXATION. - -- -- a. :- :- - - . e-- ini-gii- -- Uut a Iream per-oa- fi- s Constitutional amendments are be given thorough attention by farmers of the country In Ohio. Hon F A Derhlck n.nster of the State Grunge. In discussing a proposition to permit of classltlcatiou of the uroc of tax revenue said "There is a common ground npon which we can all stand We must have in increasing amount of revenue, and that means a more Just return of j tho property in the state Wher? is the Injustice of laying reasonable tax on the dejmaits reported by the banks of the ntate. the same to b charged to depositors True, not all depositors are residents of Ohio, but they enjoy the protvctlon of our laws and In large measure draw their Interest from our people "This could, at least, be done with resident depositors and they would bo relieved from the temptation to com ml t the crime of perjury ' The Kentucky Grange. The Kentucky S'at Orange had thl same subct t lore It at the meetm held In FVinkr..it o. u.bvr l'l to 21. 1907 Mr F P Wolcott. Master of the State Urni!,- discusst-the que tion Iu a very int. lehtitig manner ItiK 11 - follows Bs"--:nient- 11 ,km? '' . -- g W c n sugar-coate- -- 1 . T . , - -- g Eclf-defen- -e distinctly-agricultural- , Amiabilttij (Eliurrlj's to-da- y. been most active just regulation of taxation, recogmtlng that the farmer Is losing more from our present sy tern and han more to gain from the f a just and equitable establishment system of taxation than has any oth ar cIuhs of citizens The order In rep rosonting the agricultural class, always endeavors to be fair and honorable with all other Interests, and has the fight to demand tike treatment in return In nearly every state In the Union the cry una been loud against unjust revenuo laws, and steps are being taken to rtnnvdy the evils. "Various State Oranges have, by their nctlon, deelnrod it wrong to Into the organic laws of a state any provision which shall exempt from taxation property aggregating vast sums, in the possesion of the wealthy, and often kept by them In visible, thus leaving the small holdings of the musses of ptmplo of mod orate means to hour tho burden of doubled taxntlon. "The present constitution of Kentucky binds us to the general property tnx that Is. to tho system of lovying the same tax upon nil classes of propertj for all purposes. Thero should be an amendment to our constitution which will allow the legislature to sepnrate the sources of reve-nuthat Is, to raise tho stnte rovo-nufrom certain classes of property, leaving other classes of property to bo taxed for local purposes only. "It lias been argued by homo that this would throw too much power Into tho hands of the legislature. Should such an amendment prevail, then would It dovolvo upon the voters of tho Btato to pay stricter attention to the solectlon of tholr representatives than lias obtained In tho past lu both city and country. "The Kentucky Stato Development association and other organizations havo honored the Grango by placing upon its Joint commlttco on tnxatlnn, n member of this ordor as represen"Th.- order ha In behalf of the leg-(slat- e o o tative of the agricultural interests of the stato, and It la Important that tho to-da- y. vlows and demands of tho farmers ho clearly dellned at this stato Besslon. It ia recommended that thla body promptly and emphatically tako action In favor of Just and equitable revenue laws, and for tho establishment of an omclal tax commission, to bo composed of tlvo mombeic-fo- ur representing respectively th great industries, ngriculturo, manufacturing, mining and commerce, and a ilfth member, noted for tho highest integrity and for Buporlor legal ability. electric lighting, and the following facta are taken from hU articles. The cities that weut into the Direct railway business adopted a uniform fare of 2 0 cents, but with two excep tloiiN abandoned this arter ohort trialThe experience of two typical Herman tlllert will prove of interest as showing what high rates are charged when' cities attempt to oporntc utilities ou a CHANGE IN WILMINGTON, 0. paying IwsU When the city of Cologne took over Municipal Lighting Plant Abandoned the street railways the fares charged ' After Ten Ditaitroue Year. wer 2.3 cent for dUUances up to IK A responsibly citizen of Wilmington miles and 3 75 ceuLs for the maximum sends the following luforrnatton After oporutlug distance. ttP ml leu "In the year iil2 the vlllagw of Wll them awhile tho rlty authorlUe raised miugton built an electric light plant at the fare materially while extending the Cost of some $I0.m) The inuiih xllghtly th minimum stage. The pres Ipallty from yoar to year made chau eut charges are 2.5 cents for 1 P tulles. giM ami additions ami had accidents 8.75 cents for 3 75 trlltw. 5 cents for from tmd man cement until In the 5.tCt miles ami A.2fi coubs for dLstuncrs year ltKi2 it decided to sell the plant ever r.SS ille It having cost on an averago over $10 The city of PueMorf. which ac- 000 per year to operate same, frequent quired Its street railways In 1UCO. at- ly Udng entirely without light for from tempted to operate them at the uni one week to three months at a time form fare of U.5 cati, which had been The nerriee very lnferlr. ami rur charged toy the street railway com rent was funitalied customers from I pany, but soon found that It wsjs o4ng to 5 o'clock In the evening until midmoney ami limited the 2.5 cent fare to j night The number of street lamps 2. ( t mile, charging 3 75 cents for disvaried from SO to KO. tance between that and 1.25 mile "The plant was old, together with After tacrraslrur the track, mileage the the JratK-n- l e fir light ami water, for city again raised the fare considerably, the sum of f li'.iift). the plant being reducing the minimum stage worth as Junk jt J7.ui. the other now are U." cent for $3,OtXi W'lttic f .r the tights nod prlvl 1.50 mile. ?. 7." t'vuta for 3 W mile. 5 leges under ttie frn hlse The om a now ceota for 4 tulle. nj cants for 77, pany that bought it conatru-te- i mile. S7" plant and furnish.- an all nigl.t erv miles, Ti cents for &3 ent for 7.1l mile ,tnl to rent f.r I. e ' 7!H mllen At firei-iiihe total oot t.. tie- vll It should In- tx.rn.- In mind that then.- la go fur th- lighting of the ntrwts (12U err umrh higher sr. s. rlty hall riti.l other putH prtre sre rvall ,uld te in lugs, togvthrr n It I. Bre protis tion from than rinvinliiig r.iten this country. euse wages in Jer elgtit "tie hjilrnt.ts snd water fi.r tbu many are much lower than In the t'ult puldlc buildings Is hs than the cost The exortdtame of thene nf iilwniMtig the eledrK' light plant fur ed States charges to shown by the fact that In sn average f ninety srun.N r Minneapolis, a city of the same sU. regime without tin ullow as IKisimldorf. s passenger can rWIe ane for lost taxes and thirteen miles for 5 cents, while In the latter Item ilone amounting to IJulTalo. which has a (opu'.atlon about ja,:HM a year equal to that of Cologne, the passen ger gets fourteen miles for a nickel Didn't Cven Need (taking. The desire of the cities to make all Outing the dim uasion of the Med en possible profits out of franchisee nnd Mil fair chentM-- gas In the Michigan to limit them to alwrt terms has re- legislature ongris.maji I.egnro told sulted In greatly delaying tlm develop- the following story of s "mjK he had lighting, al- brought ment of public electric She from home with htm though the people were anxious to was a fcolendld servant, but ste didn't lights Installed This Is know anything about gas to cook with have the new shown by tlw fact that In 1SJI 05 so he weut to tho kitchen with iter to thero were In operation In factories, explain about tho range. So that Mie stores, otc . more llian 1.770 private could see how it opomtod he lit each electric light plants, although two of the mauy iHiniers. While still ex years Inter there were only i little plaining a inoasngc called him from more than 300 central oleetrie lighting the kitehen. ami he left her, saying, "I stations in tho whole of Germany As guess you will tlud It will work all the private or isolated plant, as it Is right now, Martha." He didn't see the called In this country, is far less cook again for four or five days; .then than the cenrral station, this utMUi entering the kitchen he wild. cities "Well, restrictive action of tho German it a how's Uvit range do great burden of cost on IngT" To rt lis, utter consternation she hns thrown hLs The situation replied: "'Deed, sir, Its progressive cltiiens that's the lswt Is the more remarkable because sr the stove I evor did see That fire that Introduction of electricity you kindled for me feur days ago Is time of the for lighting and traction purposes Ger- still even lowand It many wna far better oo,ulpied to per- ered once "- - ProgretmiYoain't Age fect nnd develop these systems than was the United Stntes. yet it has been Municipal Markets In Berlin. completely outstripped by our own Munlcliml owuersblp, or municipal country, chiefly If not solely Iwcause here private enterprlso has been given trading, ns It Is termed lu ISnglaiid. has hnd several hard Jolts of lute. The a comparatively free hand. most recent blow was reported lust hLs nrtlcles ProIn closing one of week from Iterlln, Ciermany, tho mny-o- r fessor Moyor says: of which city declares thnt owing unwillingness of tho cities to "Tho suffer ilnnnclnl losses on behnlf of the to the lower prices at which tho depart congested city populations after thoso tnent Htores are now selling foodstuffs cities hnd denied those congested pop- thi. municipal market halls In Iterlln ulations relief nt the hands of profit are being operated at a loss. The quesseeking companies Is In Instructive tion of leasing to private concerns contrast to the eloquence with which these halls, of which there are fifteen the ndvocates of purebnso by tho cities tu iterlln, Is being seriously cousld bad denounced the dividend seeking tred. Dry Goods Kcouoinlst. companies." Never Operated by the City. An electric light plant was installed Purchased Current More Economical. All electric light plant was installed In Hudson, Wis., nineteen years ngo, nt .Santa Clara, Cat., in 1S00 at a cost but, according to the mayor, has never of $15,000. The generating plnnt hns been operated by tho city, having been been shut down, as, according to the leased successively to various parties. president of the board of trustees, It Tho city also contra eta for the pumpwas found to bo more economical Io ing lu tho waterworks, which It owns. purchase the current A Good Rule For Corporations. Show to the voters that you havo tho Tipton's Unprofitable Plant Tho municipal lighting plant of Tin-to- interest of your section nt heart ns In., proved unsuccessful. When much as they have; that you are InIt burned down, causing n heavy loss, vesting largo sums of money in order It was not rebuilt, and a contract was to serve them properly nnd lot your service testify for itself. II. M. Mooro mndo with a private company. In Progressive Ago. 11 J This Was In the Six Years the Town Owned its Eleetrlo Light Plant. A municipal electric light plant wn Installed' lu 1SSS and leased to a pri vnte company In Wol. It Is estiinat ed that the loss during this period win at least $100,000 as compared Wiu, what It would havo cost to light th. A city oillr streets by contract. quoted In "The Ilusluess of Muulclpa Hies nnd Private Corporations Com pared," gives $100.73 as a moderate estimate of the annual cost per ire lie says: 'The electrician's report shows tint the city has Ihmmi selling light for from 25 per cent to 50 per cent less than the cost of manufacture. Members of the electric light department admitted they could not run economically for lest than $35,000 per year, but they Under our contrat t wanted with the private company wo light tlm same number of lampc and more hour per year for $15,054. a saving of $20 000 ier year, figuring operating peases only Information from anoth er source makes thoso figures $ 12,0m and $11,320 respectively Statements from the light department show that If proper nttentlon had been given repairs of lamps at least $2,000 In cosi would have lieen saved. Hardly Joint In our whole forty live mile cir cult Is soldered or wrapped; they twisted together There Is ni estimate of the enormous loss of cur rent over such Jimmc Joints, nnd yet it lint been so for sixteen years." Tho following story shows how tin plant wtis made to serve tho prlvati ends of the politicians. A mayor win was a candidate for ivclectlon attend hvenl lodge. N ed a dance given by tlclug how brilliantly the hall was lighted with electric lamps, tho mayor said. "How much do you Uiys jwy for these lights? lie was told $85 per l will do It for $10." replied month the mayor n 1 1 ' s j j Tin-prl'- s al-s- - ' t - - - - - - iUfrs-iNtioi- i ( ; r nl 11 C n, WW. v . iimUr j'-!- 1 t i: 'jkLi r '. it .r.. . - ia. Vh.- - - - . . - i 1 r . -- ' . Tfii S V s ,1 '? h. WILL GIVES SON $1 FOR ROPE Whit is a Waft ? CAUSES STATISTICS Bad Backache Such agonlci at tome women puffer, ewy month, from back ache! No. li can neceiiary? It be presented and rcllced, when caused b) tcmale (rouble, by tat. Ilh specific, cura Inn a medicine action, on (he female orfana tle and function!, which acfa by re lietlng the conjettlori, stopping (he pain and building the organs and function! up to a proper slate ol health. Try. In the electrical world one hears and reads a great deal about "watts " One "Long and Srong Enough m The current is measured by watts, the machinery is rated by watts, Support His Wile" Is Speclied in lamps burn by watts. To the ordinary Vengeful Bequest! layman all this talk of "watts" is as mystifying as the death of the late Akhood of Swat. In the will of John Ling, an old time resident ,'. ,J., a copy of of Woodbridgo, which was filed in the ollicc of the surrogate of Queens county Jamaica) L. I., in order to cover some of the cttato in that county, appears the lollnwing clause, I leave aud hcueath to John Ling, my son the sum of t 1. My wish for John Ling, Jr, is to purchase a rope long and strong enough ." to-da- Of SUICIDE FROM G, B. Burhans Testifies After x Four Years. G. B. Burhans, of Carlisle Center, N. Y., writes: "About four years ago I wrote you stating that I had been entirely cured of a severe kidney trouble by taking less than two bottles of Bourbon Poultry Giin. COLLECTED MANY SOURCES. A superior remedy and Uaic for fowls. Used throughout the f famous Blucgrass region Kentucky. Numerous Cases Attributable to Childless Marriages Rate High Among Germanic Nations Means of 1 New York, Nov. WINE OF i WOMAN'S RELIEF "I iuflered for 15 jeara," rife Mallnda ,. Alert, ol Itisliara, Mr a.. "with tariout female troubles. I had such a backache that It Ate me our, so I could not stand lratht. Hie doctors could not help me, so I lock Cardul, aud no I feel like a new Soman." I to support his sum ul 1 He .by wife, with the said $, or 100 eoni", the same to paid mx months after my decease my wife, Mary Lint:, lior heirs At All Druggists NN KIT!! FOR FKLE ADVICH, n'ti'iiiK iK' trJ tlicr I InK mmn I is, o lailrt Ai.iittrp l)r,t, T - ChnttanooKn Mcdkino l"o. (.' aUiimtogn. II JS Tcnn. J ' and executors. The records do not show whether John put the ucquot to trie use designated by his faiher, who objected ' law. Mrenuoul) to his daughtor-in- The wu is dated March 0, lSf7. The New Pure Food and Drug Law The I'ostmaHter of Gasconado, Mo., I'aniel A. Hugh, Bays"I cannot say ' " much for your' Kidney &. Madder I feci like a new man." De- I itt's Kidney & Madder Pills are sold - i l!- -, i J II Or me. We are pleased to announce that Foley's Honey nnd Tar for coughH, colds and lung troubles is not alloc ted by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opintes or other harmful drugs, nnd we recommend it as n safe remedy for children and adults J II Orme. A flitch in time saves nine. Save many a .sick spell by giving Uhe child HOREHOUND SYRUP EVERY MOTHER nhoulri keep Htipplled with Ballard's Horchound Syrup, If plm wImIich to hiivo her children from mtIoiih nick rpell. It nliHolutely nothing Injurious, tloen not constipate. Good for children its well hh itriiiltM. A eough often lends to consumption nnd nhould bo chocked con-tnlns BALLARD'S immediately. Smith, HoiiHton, Toxim, writes: "I havo used linlhird'n llorehound Kynip In my family for the past few years, and find it far Minorlor to any other cough household bhould do medicine we havo tried. supplied with this worthy remedy." A Household Necessity. The Delight of Children. J. C. The man to whom we owe the idea the horsepower was a Scottish inventor, James Watt, aud when the electric unit involving the idea of working capacity came tn be formulated the name of Watt was chosen to indicate this unit, just as that of Volt a has given us the term volt aud Faraday the farad. Watt considered that taking the average, a London dray horse was capable of doing the wotV of lifting 3!l, 0U0 pounds through one foot of distance in one minute of time, a gainst gravity. The introduction of this time limit, the minute, gave the unit of power or the rate of performThis or its equivalent ing work. has ever since bco.i called a horse power. The electrical unit called the watt is capable of being represented in terms of the horsepower, lud in that form it is perhaps more intelligible to those who are familiar with mechanical rather than with electrical expressions. The electrical watt is the product of volts multiplied by amperes w here the volt is the unit of electrical pressure and the ampere is the unit measuring the density or volume of an electrical current. Careful experiments have demonstrated that 7 It! watts per second, arc per second, ciial to ."tUO or to state the equation in its usual form, watts cual one horsepower. The form in which electrical power is generally sold is computed The on the basis ol kilowatt-hours- . pcrfix kilo comes from the Greek A kilowatt, Chilioi, one thousand. also k. w. is therefore 1000 written watts. The kilowatt hour is the performance or work at such a rate that 000 watts per second shall be delivered continuoulsy for one hoar. The kilowatt-hou- r has a special in terest for the man who has his office or house lighted by electric lamps, because the kilowatt-hou- r is the unit upon which the power and light companies base their charges. of foot-poun7-1 Foley's Kidney Cure. It eetirely stopped the brick dust sediment, and pain and symptoms of kidney disease disappeared. I am glad to say that I never .000,000 Among suicides of all had a return of any of those symptoms clashes. It has been found that 205 during the four years that have elapsed married men with children destroyed and I am evidently cured to stay cured their lives; 470 married men without children; 520 widowers with, and 1,004 and heartily recommend Foley's Kidney Cure to any one suffering from widowers without children. With respect to the women, 45 mar- kidney or bladder trouble." ried women with, nnd 158 without, children committed suicide, while 101 Man widows with, and 238 without offspring, completed the list. now be cured. Ho Bhould buy a can ZEMO destroys On the face of things It would ap- bottle of ZKMO pear that In childless marriages the the germ that causes the disease. Its number of men suicides Is doubled use stops itching instantly, prevents falland In women trebled. Leaving tho ing hair and leaves the scalp in a clean ease. of actual Insane persons out of healthy condition. All Druggiete. count, It would also appear that In HAYNES & TAYLOR. mnles suicide is more frequent than Cures and Prevents Roup, Cholera, Limberneck, Gapes, Blackhead, Diarrhoe and other destructive blood and germ diseases in turkeys and chickens or your money hack. Adds tonic'and medicinal qualities to the drinking water or food, which destroy all germs and poisons and prevents disease. Price 50c for large bottle. The With Dandruff to-da- y. FREE SAMPLE will be sent by return mail, prepaid, if you state how many fowls you keep. Address Bourbon Remedy Co., Inc., Manufacturing Chemists, Lexington, - - Kentucky. lnfcmnles. 1 S CURI-- COUGHS, COLDS, WHOOPINO SORH THROAT, HRONCHI-TI- S AM) ALL LLM1 TROUHLIiS. Chamberlain's I Cough Remedy. PRICE 25c, 50c, and $1.00 AVOID ALL SUBSTITUTES. Ballard Snow Liniment 500-50- 2 Co. North Second Street, 8" I ST. LOUIS, MO., i Sold and Recommended by James H. Orme, Marion, Ky. This remedy is intended especially for cough;, colds nnd croup. From a small j beginning its sale and use has extended ed to all parts of the United States i and to mnnv foreign onuntrw'. Whv? ' Hecnusu it has proved esneciallv valua hie for these diseases. People who once use it are so much pleased with the prompt cure which it effects that they recommend it to their friends and neigh- hers. It is not a palliative intended to merely give temporary relief, hut effects a permanent cure. it contains no opium or other narcotic and may he given as confidentially to a baby ns to nn adult. Sold by J. II. Oit.MK. It Equally Interesting Is that phase of the subject which deals with tho causes. One table dealing with 6,782 cnused by enses shows misery, one twentj first part by loss by gamb of fortune, one ling, one nineteenth by love nnairs, by domestic troubles, one by fanaticism, and by foiled ambition and remorse respectively. and one The geography of suicide Is also of high Interest. Westcott says the highest proportion In Kurope Is shown by the Germanic races, Saxony having ' In "the largest rate of any country.-Norway the rate was very large for a time. Its decrease being attributed to the greater restrictions now laid on the liquor traffic. The Celtic races have a low rate, and this Is evinced by the figures for Ireland nnd Wales. Mountainous regions are bald to show a lower rate In tho highlands of than lowlands Scotland and Wales, and In the high areas of Switzerland, suicide Is rare. Times and seasons also operate apparently, to Influence the act of Houghly speaking, the curve line of suicide, calculated through the year, rises from January to July, and decreases for the second half of the year The maximum periods have been found to fall In May, June and July I believe, indeed, June Is found to show a marked predominance ns a suicide month. . One reason for such preeminence In the warm season of the year Is set down as represented by the onset of hot weather affecting the system and tending to dlHturb mental Bjulllbrlum of tho subjects. In 1.993 cases noted In Paris the prevailing hours of were from six a. in. to noon and from two to three p. in. Perhaps one of the most curious phases of this study is revealed In the fnct already alluded to namely, that different countries to show preferences for different means of committing suicide from other lands. The most common European method Is by means of. hanging, but In Italy this Is rare. mode of Drowning comes next In order, nnd twice as many women ns men perish In this way each year In Kurope Shooting Is frequent In Italy and Switzerland. Cut throat Is common In England nnd Ireland: It does not seem to constitute anywhere else a fiequent mode of ending life Poisoning Is a specially method of suicide, wo are told; whllo suffocntlon by the fumes of carbonic acid gas. Inhaled In a closed room. Is very typical of suicide In France. one-cevent- h Always Was Sick, When a man says he always was sick troubled with a cough that lasted all winter what would you think if he should say he never was sick since useing Ballard's Horchound Syrup. Such a man exists. Mr. J. C. Clark, Denver, Colorado, writes: "For years I was troubled with a severe cough that would last all winter. This cough left me in a miserd able condition. I tried Ballard's Syrup and have not had a sick day since. That's what it did for me." Sold by J. H. Orme. Hore-houn- forty-thir- d R. L Flanary's Insurance Agency Representing the Farm Department of the Continental Fire Insurance Co., of N. Y., for Crittenden, Lyon and Livingston counties, The Phoenix Mutual Life Ins. Re., of Hart- one-nint- h sixty-sixt- h one-sevent- h twenty-sevent- ford, Conn., The Standard Accident and Health Ins. Co., of Detroit, Mich., Indiana and Ohio Live Stock Ins. Co., of Crawfordsvillc, Ind. Call on or write R.L.FLANARY, Marion, Ky. Tom. C.Cook, WALTER McGONNELL S. P. Berry, Fredonia, Ky, Smithland, Ky. Parlor Barber Shop and Bath Room. Everything Clean, Neat and Kevil & Co. A HAVE ESTABLISHED Fire Insurance Agency in MARION, KENTUCKY First Class. Jenkins Building. MARION, KY. If you have property in the town of You Marion, let them insure it. ihall have no reasons to regret it. He Fought at Gettysburg. Office in Press Bulding, Room 5 Telephone 225. David Parker, of Fayette, N. Y., who lost a foot at Gettysburg, writes: "Electric Bitters have done me more good than any medicine I ever took. For several years I had stomach trouSTENOGRAPHER ble and paid out much mouey for mediand Notary Public cine to little purpose, until I began I would not taking Electric Bitters. Office with Blue & Nunn. take $500 for what they have done for me." Grand tonic for the aged and for female weaknesses. Great altera tive and body builder: best of all for lame back and weak kidneys. Guar Attorney-at-Laanteed by Haynes & Taylor and J. H, Orme, druggists. 50 cents. special attention given to collections. Miss Nell Walker w W. H. CLARK, w. Anglo-Saxo- 9 Good Iff Avoids Trouble. : bg : ' Will practice in all the courts of tho State and in the United States courl. Office in Press Building, Room 7. Phone 207. A Boy Marion, Kr. J. 5 "iAltlO.N B. KEVIL, Lawyer Building, Room 5 And so a wise man insures his proper- ty against Abstracting a Specialty Ifficc in Press Necklace Brings III Luck. An eerie story Is told about a neck . lace which foimerly belonged to tho maharnunee of Cooch Hehnr, India, nnd which Is supposed to bring bad fortune to every one connected with it. Tho history of the necklace of penrls and turquoises, which are not usually considered to bo unlucky stones Is certainly peculiar. Whllo It was In the maharanneo's possession she was robbed of a quantity of valuable Jewelry and tho maharajah lost by some of his best racing 'ponies death and breakdowns. The advice of a pundit was sought. Ho prescribed a change of ownership and a voyage across tho sea In order to break the spell and tho necklace was accordingly given to a lady in Kngland. As a result tho maharajah has begun to win races ngain aud the mahnrannee has received the stolen property, but the story goes that the present owner of the necklace has been tho victim of persistent HI fortune from the day that It camo Into her possession. 2 Fire, Lightning and Hurricanes BE WISE Tis folly to be i other-- 2 Kentucky TELEPHONES AND 2 wise. Buy the best fire policy. Why be con- tent with something just as good ? Switchboards ALSO GET THE BEST 2 I of Electric Light, Street Railway and Telephone Suppll e Comtantlr on Hand. I.arte Slock We make a specialty of dwelling policies for Don't fail to scud for latest No 7. Oata-logu- o town or country. 2 Jas. Clark Jr, Electric (Incorporated) 313 W. iMain St. Louisville, Co. Ky. CRIDER & WOODS INSURANCE. Western Kentuck) Over I'Qstottlrc. q Telephone l 2 One of the oldest Fire Agencies in Sluggish Liver a Foe to Ambition. Don't Ruin Your Best Horse Going for a Doctor Bowel complaints are always more or less prevalent during the Summer months, and many a man has ruined his best horse going for a doctor when some of his family was suffering from cramp colic or cholera morbus. 'Be prepared for such an emergency. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Is the most successful medicine yet produced for these diseases and can No doctor can prescribe a better medicine. alwavs be depended upon. is'almost certain to be needed before the Summer is over. Buy it now. It Queen of Slam's Jewels. Tho Queen of Slam possesses the finest collection of jewels in the world. Tho walls of her bed chnmber are literally ablazo with precious .Uones, while In a safe In her mnjesty's apartments are diamonds, rubles, pearSsand emeralds fashioned into quaint necklaces of fabulous value. Ono little article alono Intended to serve ns a thimble, Is In the shape of a Ictus in tho creation of that now very popular Stomach Kcmedy Dr. Shoop'g Meliorative. (Join? direct llower and Is valued nt X 15,000. ui mo Muiuueu nerves, nilMiu uniuuill unit mrre3 Tho king, too, possesses n wonder- andimortoDr shooDandhUHeBtoniUo With. out thut oriRtnal ami highly vitolprinclple.no ful stock of Jewels, aud not only is his such lunina accomplishments were ever to bo had. billousnekS. bad For throne, which is made of puro g Id, breath stonmch distress, bloatlnc. try Dr shoop' nnd wllow complexion, diamonds, thickly encrusted with mulcts or Liquid and khj lor your-hut it can nnd poarla and rubles, but his mnjestv's Mi recommend will do. Wo sell and cheer- lully state mantle Is covered with Jewels In fact, thlB cloak lo the most wciiuci fill garment In tho world. In sjlto of his enormous collection of ,'ewe!s,, howoer. the King of Slam is constantly adding to them, and, spends something like .C 120.000 per viiuura In JAS. H. ORME. put chasing new stones. You cannot accomplish very much if your liver is inactive as you feel dull, your eyes are heavy and slight exertion exhausts you. Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup stimulates the liver and howels and makes you feel bright and active. Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does not Stomach troublo U but a lymptom of. And not nauseate or gripe and is mild and very n true disease. We think ot l)jrspersln. in Heartburn, nnd Indigestion as real diseases, yet pleasant to take. Orino is more effectthey uro symMoms only ot a certain iecllio ive than pjlls or ordinary cathartics. Nervo sIcknoM nothing el v. It was this fact that tlrt correctly led Dr Shoop Refuse substitutes. J. II. Orme. Indigestion lt.-l- f l ! Dr. Slioop's f. Restorative When the Stomach. Heart, or Kid- .....l then these organs ney always fail. Don't drug the Stomach, nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys. That is simply a makeshift. Get a prescription known to Druggists everywhere as Dr. Shoop's Restorative tablets or liquid -- and see how quickly help will come. Free sample test sent on request by Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis. Your health is surely worth this simple test. Sold by James II, Orme. n,0t t "5 ?W M r KMv m W ,', U i ,.rm, T l j l . , . T"'"-i-- -- - ' m?&&'-m- i jlqfW iii " " Tcn-- g "" """" fr J j P F P P F F F A Men's Suits . . MmsrMdy mE A. $3.75 to $15 Our Dress Goods, Trimmings, Silks, Belts are in new, and our Ladies' Hats are up-to-date T 4 i The best fits in tailor suits at any price. Young en's MSuits the same quality at a little less price. Knee Suits, good goods, $1.25 to $5.00 and they are bargains. Of style and the quality and price positively cannot be found near here. Every kind of shoe on the list for any and all kinds of people can be found here. First class material at the same price as others charge you for imitations of these goods. All our staples arc sold for less than others get for the same goods. We are ready to save you money. If you want it, come on. our Men's, Young Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits in every particular. arc new, first class and All up-to-date Women's Coats of our babies', children's, misses' and ladies' coots arc ncu. Babies' .75 to $5,00; Misses' $1.25 to S7.50; Ladies' $2.00 to $15: latest styles, etc. All 'Everything to Wear." SAM HOWERTON, WHO USES HYOMEI? Frcdonia, Kentucky. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TT TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Henry Broustorhas returned .uiie Revs. Davis and MeNecly are asW. after a two weeks stay in tho Rev. uth. J. sisting the pastor, Vaughn, in the meeting at Pincy Some of our boys arc wearing cine Creek. There has been some splen- mighty nieo now hats since tho Many a Kentucky Citizen Knows How did preaching and a good meeting is olection. in progress. Sure They Are. Uncle Presley Sisoo and hi- - sood was listing Assessor Davidson wifo, of Sisco's Chapel, passed property in this section last week. throuch this soction one day last Nothing uncertain about the work Tobacco is being sold in this part week. of Doan's Kidney Pills in Kentucky. at $7.50 to $3, but there are several Some of our farmors havo comThere is plenty of positive proof of crops not sold, so come on ye buyers. menced stripping their tobacoo and this in the testimony of citizens. Miss Sylva Travis is teaching a say the crop is a good one, but aro Such evidence should convince the splendid school here. The childron uneasy about delivering ou account mot skeptical sufferer. Head the all admire Miss Sylva. of tho close money timos. following statement: .Mrs. L. Varalli, living at 1123 There's No Use. The finest Coffee Substitute over Fifth St., Louisville, Ky., says: Doan's talking, you can't beat Herbinc lor the made, has receutly boon produced by "1 am happy to say that The greatest regulator ever Dr. Shoop of Racine, Wis. You don't liver. Kidney Pills have been of great ben- offered to suffering humanity. If you have to boil it twenty or thirty minefit to me and other members of my suffer from liver complaint, if you arc utes. "Made in a minute" says the I frequently had attacks of bilious and fretful, it's your liver, and doctor. "Health Coffee" is really the family. backache and kidney trouble before Herbine will put it in its proper con- closest Coffee Imitation ever yet prousing your remedy, but after using dition. A positive cure for Constipa- duced. Not a grain of real coffee in it tion, Biliousness, Dyspepsia and all the either. Health Coffee Imitation is two boxes of the pills the trouble ills due to a torpid liver. Try a bottle made from pure toasted cereal or I have recom- and you will never was entirely cured. ute anything else. grains, with malt, nuts. etc. Really mended Doan's Kidney Pills to a Sold by J as. H. Ormi it would fool an expert were he to unknowingly drink it for coffee. Sold great many of my friends for 1 atby Morris & Yates. NEW SALEM. tribute my present good health to the use of Doan's Kidney Pills. Roy, the infant sop of K. K. and For Sale. They certainly do all that is claimed died Nov. 5th. Roxie Summers, for them." Village and country practice on The remains were buriod at Union, For sale by all dealers. Price 50 railroad in thickly settled community Rev. Wright of the C. P. church Co., Buffalo, eents. and twenty acros with splendid buildofficiating. New York, sole agents for the United ings and necessary improvements, Every body on tho farm pom last States. noarost physician throe miles, $2000 week gathering corn. The eorn crop Remember the name Doan's to $2500 practice, collodions good. generally is better than wa- - thought Price 12500. P. O. Box -, Livor-morand take no other. for. 21-Ky. GERMIN RESULTS GIRL CHILI) ACCUSES MAN. A ) Calllornla Letter. 1 iContinuetl from llrat The Best S pn'. San Hicgo, Cal.. Nov. Mr. S. M. -- People la Marlon Say Haynes Taylor Guaranteed In , Catarrhal Troubles. other remedy or treatment for catarrh has over boon as popular or made so many remarkable euros iu No Marion as Hyomoi. The best poople attest its curativo virtuos, says Hayucs A; Taylor, who are tho local agouti. Tho fair way in which Hyomoi was sold, to rofund the monoy unless it gave satisfaction, was the host proof when it was introduced that it possessed unusual curativo powers, Haynos it Taylor took all the risk of tho troatmcut giving satisfaction, and loft it to the purehasor to bo tho judge Later, whon Hyomoi was used and rocommendod by our physicians and busiucsa mon and thoir wives as a treatment that absolutely ourod catarrh, no mattor how serious or long standing, the sales rapidly grow and today there is no othor romedy in Haynos it Taylor's stook that has sueh a largo and tttaplo sale. woll-know- F n Foster-Milbur- n -- 1- e, The first bruath of Hjomoi's air kills all catarrhal poison. hoal-in- g ' TIMOTHY OAKS. FA Young moved the boys are a little unnear Caldwell easy abont their monoy in the banks. Somo of Caldwell Springs this week. Wish we had a fow thousand in one. tobaoeo No Case of Pneumonia Try Hyoinei today on Haynos iV Taylor's offer to rofund the monoy if on Record tho treatment does not give you 1 n. J. C. Minner is buying for A. H. Cardin. Ed Waddoll was Waddell Sunday. Protracted meeting is still in progress at New Salem. A good mooting visiting Mat is the result. An infant child of Mr and Mrs u . Mrs. Bill Sheaves, of Fairviow, is Alfrod Konnody diod Nov. 10 and the remains were takon to Sugar visiting in our sootioa this wock. Grove for burial Wednosday, Nov. 11. Miss Olivo Duffy was sent to tho Mrs Agnos Board and family, of poor house last week. Tolu, wore tho guosts of her sister, Will Brown, of Lilly Dale, was Mrs Henry Browstcr, tho first of in our section Monday. this wock. Ford Cruce and wife wore visiting George Cruce Sunday. A We do not know of a single instance where a cough or cold resulted in pneumonia or consumption when Foley's Honey and Tar had been taken. It cures coughs and colds perfectly, so do not take chances with some unknown preparation which may contain opiates which causos constipation, a condition that retards recovery from a cold. Ask for Foley's Honoy and Tar and refuse any substitute offered. J. II. Orme. ray Your Taxes. The Nancy-HankCullon and Lowory mines are running full time. s, Gar-not- t, We paid our old friend, Ben a visit the other day and found "I owe a debt of gratitude that can never be paid off," writes G, S. Clark, him busy prepariug to add 1000 of Westfield, Iowa, "for my rescue more apple trees to his already large from death, by Dr King's New Dis- orchard j when he is through he will covery. Both lungs were so seriously have an orchard of 8500 trees set on affected that death seemed imminent, when I commenced taking New Dis- his farm. Ben is one that believes covery. The ominous dry, hacking in the future of old Crittenden. oough quit before the first bottle was ;Wish we had a few more like Ben in T. O. Brantley to Annie Sutherused, and two more bottles made a 'old Crittenden county. land. complete cure." Nothing has ever equaled New Discovery for coughs, colds and all throat and lung complaints. Guaranteed by Haynes & Taylor and J. H. Orme, druggists. &0c and 1.00. Trial bottle free. Hard Debt to Pay. Tav payors who hare not yet settled their 1U07 tax with Shorifl Flan-ar- y should rcinomber that the law roquires him to return all unpaid tax on Nov. 15th to tho County Clerk, who issues warrants for all unpaid tax. This adds double cost and should be avoidod in' ovory ease. Marriage License. The sheriff has workod hard to save the people of this expense. I. F. Wheeler to Mrs. Nina The law also roquiros that a list of delinquents be published in the Roy Daniol to Louise McCarthy. county paper and tho Fiscal Court Eb Gilbert to Subic Murphy. at its October session ordered the Mrs. Liddic Patton sheriff to publish the list which of Wm. Ralph to course would humiliate those who arc Luther E. Cridcr to Eva Turley. in arrears, and they should make an Presley Babb to Etta Sullivan. effort to come up at once and save L. M. Hughes to Maudic Clark. the officers oj these unpleasant duties. How-crton. Iijolosod find i. Dear Sirall ho was chargod with Caroline which pleaso send mc the Watts' character had not been Puns:. I have not suuu !) smirohod. July. Mr. Hutohon stated last night loft llarrifburg, III. al. 1' that tho institution might find I w 22nd. tit to Su Louis horns for Caroline Witts in sowo to Kansas City, from t section of tho state whore the story HI Paso, Tex., from tln-of this affair would not reach hor, Angeles, Cal., tlayod ther f. . j although !he would not be hold thonao to Sail Dlugo. This blamablo even if she remained in finest elimato I T erer Critlondon eounty. Howovor, she mc it frosts a little, hut not will not bo permitted to marry Perey to do any damage. Today . Howorton. o'clock tho mercury stood at Mr. Hutohen said the warrant was greos, about the warmest ia procured at the instance of the coun- hare been here. We ha4 ty attorney at Marion, based upon brooie after 1) u'olook. I an the story told by tho child. The at my trade at 50 cunts j r grand jury will convene thoro ou tho Whou I am horo longer I third Monday in thin month and tho you more M T. W'.r eauu will then bo thoroughly investiMiss Watts will remain gated. Boat remedy for mothont thorc until after tho oasc shall have Uixntlw Couh Sruj tn.st os nearly n koI us maple , boon disposed of. n Sold !j It contains no opiates P. A. Howorton, father of Percy Orme. Howorton, is a highly respected citi-ioof Crittendon county. He tooV. the girl into his homo and thcro she Mark Well What You Bu remained until the story of the alleged oamo tragedy to light. DO NOT BUY A TOY ! The son returned home seven mouths ago and livod with his parents, AN thoroby being thrown in company with Caroline Watts. Tho Kentucky Children's Home Society will look after the pros ecu lion of all persons guilty of abiiMt; its wards in any way nnd in rases where charges like thoio against Howerton are made tho agent are givon orders to run down the aoctisci at nil hazards and at any expense. City Marshall Albert Camion, f Marion, will come to Henderson this morning and take Percy Howorton baek to that placo to await trial Hondorson Gleaner. We know something; of the - the time that if Howortou hid done Jenkins. lr 1 n sa. - n GET Oliver Typewriter. DeWitt's Carbolized Salve is for piles. Sold by Witch Hazel hunling and soothing. Good J. 11. Ormu. Telegraphy. Twenty-three railroads have asked the Howling Green Business University for telegraph operators and one road alone has offered to take all the OLIVER typewriter. The beginning is pleasure. The ending is joy and satisfaction over work well done. Thirty-thre- e OLIVER machines sold in the town of Marion to date. has such a record. No other bofrinnintf and ending; of the typewriter here graduates this Institution can turn For further information, adout. dress Bowling Green Business University, Howling Green, Kentucky, 2U-3 Crider Telephone, 15. & Woods Over Postofflcc best pills made. DeWitt's Little Early Kiscrs are tho Sold by J. H. Orme. Marion, Ky, ft STARR. Weather is fine, Meeting is in progress Creek. at Piney Several from Crayne aro attending! tho meeting. tta r - Dr.Miles' Anti-Pai- n Headache FOR - Pi LLS 1 If you I vl Headache They Relieve Pain Quickly, leaving no bad After-effect- s have Neuralgia H' 1l VL t. X ,'''' 'A Try One . M Sciatica. Pain Wooldndge is Livingston county. Wm. Kev. C. T. Boucher i visiting in Rheumatism Backache. has just from Christian county. in businoss at is - J. M. Androws inchest Distress?:; STOfcACK. i 9, this place. Jake ThoinaaOti, 0! Kansas, Hbaek at his old homo again, in delicate health. J' &: ,, ?',', .,, ' a, 13 tt0W "' ' & ' 11 ,.P , r , sm - AK'P tUStRfflBP, lm .V.J N&-.- , rrz w':....E, t' I w 'Zi.. mmvmmm J 1M99W AND THE PAIN Wfw-rrle s Gone, jfe fc 25 Doses 25 Cents . VW.W uMMmwmammmmarmmiX9mmmmmtmimmmmmmjcL ? Never Sold in Bulk Wsa ,,, ih trWL.. .'" R . W7? ':JV - Wr