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O v 4 4 4 Ehtutfeimt - 4 Jl vtei ilfO 18 PfiNNYRlE PILL ROLLERS HOPKINSVILLE uAua IT THURSDAY MOENING MAY 19 1898 ALFONSOS BIRTHDAY PRICE 2 CENTS A DOZEN GAME HOME Members of Company THEIR YOKES HEAVY Four Suits For Divorce Filed Yesterday In Each Case the Wife is Plaintiff Southwestern Society Meets at Paducah and Elects Olflccrs The Southwestern Kentucky Med ¬ ical Association convened Tuesday morning at Paducah There was a fair attendance of doctors and the program which has already ap ¬ peared in the Register is large and intcrestinir There was the at the meetings usual attendance of the association and much en ¬ At night an thusiasm manifested elegant banquet and feast was en ¬ joyed by the members of the asso ¬ ciation at the Palmer House At the election of officers Dr Frank Boyd was elected president Dr R S Coleman of Princeton vice president and Dr Stilly of Benton second vice president Dr C H Brothers was elected treasurer and Dr P H Stewart THE CHARLESTON OFF TO MANILA T Prayers For Peace Recited By the Popes Vicar General D RetMra Rome May 19 The birthday of King Alfonso of Spain waft celebra- ¬ from Camp Collier Lisr of Those Who Failed una Those Who Did Not Vol- - ted here yesterday The Popes and the Cause Is Aband onment Four suits for divorce were in Circuit Clerk u ails From San Francisco With Supplies unteer f Starlings Hied nfflrf N yesterday afternoon In each case the plaintiff is the wife and the alleged grounds for or Dewey Sim -- Twelve young men whohaye been at Camp Collier with Company D on rcturnedto this city last night action are identical Mrs Maud B Purcell prays for a divorce from W T Purcell In her petition she states that she inter ¬ married vith the defendant May 4 1894 The ceremony took place in Clarksville They lived together as man and wife until April 1897 When without just cause she as- ¬ serts her husband left her and since that time has lived apart from her She says shejnade him She a good and faithful helpmate the court in addition to asks that severing the matrimonial bonds shall adjudge that Purcell pay her lawyer Judge Jack Hanbery 25 for services rendered in bringing the suit Mrs Purcell is a young woman of much beauty and spright liness Caroline Reed does not sing blessed be the ties that bind She alleges that Wilson Reed mar- ¬ ried her in 1881 and that in Decem- ¬ ber 1895 he abandoned her and has coutinually refused to return to her and has not in any way con- ¬ She asks tributed to her support to the rights of a to be restored single woman Acinic Nance who is now in Hen ddrson county but claims residence in Christian county wants to be di- ¬ Lw vorced from her husband Isaac Nance who she says has not lived witli her for six years They were AS married May 11 1889 and he de- ¬ serted her according to the peti- ¬ tion in 1892 She prays for a di- vorce and all proper relief Willie Coleman sues for divorce from WillieCeleman on the grounds of abandonment The couple mar- - ried February 26 1896 Two months later Willie the man told J Willie the woman good bye one vday and left for parts unknown Since that time they have been con- f tinually separated V Several other suits of minor in- terest one to foreclose a small mortgage and three others to se- V cire accounts were iiled yesterday 5 2Hfvv The Oregon Declare to Be Out of Reach of fife Dons secretary The contest for the next semi-annual meeting was between Fulton The latter place and Mayfield The meeting ALFONSO XIII BOr KINO OF BPAiy was decided upon will take place next October THE SPANISH GOVERNOR GENERAL SAYS 8 SOLDIERS WERE Vicar General recited prayers for Gone Fishing at Dawson KILLED AT SAN JUAN Circuit Clerk J Mat Starling C R Clark C H Layne and Walter Elgin left yesterday afternoon for to be absent Dawson Springs SAN FRANCISO May Cruiser Charles- ¬ several days fishing and rusticat- ¬ ton sailed from here today for Manila with ammunition and ing1 U a il peace in the presence of Rampolla and a large gathering of the Span ¬ ish National Church The Boys at Lexington News comes from Lexington that the boys in the Third regiment are putting on more style this week and have had the straw changed in their stable Instead of the damp dirty straw they have been sleep- ¬ ing on for a week they now have nice new straw A change has al- ¬ so been been made in the fare This had to be done on account of the discontent The material change was the allowance of beef instead of bacon Whether this will be kept up or not the commi- ¬ ssary refused to say Lieut Henry of Col Smiths staff was on the sick list Tuesday but no apprehen- ¬ sion of anything serious is felt for f Calvin Jones The Charleston was heavilv loaded with ammunition and Mr William Calvin a well-to-d- o own guns in addition to a large supply of powder and farmer of East Christian and Miss her No troops were car- ¬ Clementine Jones a Pilot Rock projectiles for Admiral Deweys fleet belle will be joined in wedlock at ried on the Charleston and she has no room for more than the brides home at 10 oclock Sun ¬ her own crew 380 men Rev Calvin Meach day morning The trip it is expected will be made in 24 days Other am will perform the ceremony ships with soldiers will follow in a few days Fine Prospects Eor a Lynching Mayfield Ky May 18 May The of Danger field has beenthrawn into a state of excitement over the capture of WASHINGTON D C May Long Bob Blanks col who brutally out twelve-year-ol- d gave out the report this afternoon that the battleship raged Tennie Bailey a him white girl in a wash shed Oregon is safe and beyond any fear of danger from any at this place last January supplies for Admiral Dewey OregotOut 18-Speci- al-Sec the 845 L N accommodation Fifteen left Lexington Two Alex Boulware and C O Brown who missed the train were left m Louisville One other Tom Van Cleve got off at Bowling fcreen to visit relatives Commissary Sergeant R C West was in the party that came home last night but he will return to Lexington the latter part of the week He is here on a leave ofab sence He has passed the physi ¬ cal examination and has volun- ¬ teered for service in the army x Of those who returned the follow- ¬ ing persons failed to pass the ex- ¬ amination William R Wicks Henry Foster Sam Rutherford Tom Witty Ev- ¬ erett Tandy Charles W Hord John R Dickinson The following did not volunteer for army service Edward Hester Louis Waller Miller Clark William Wyly Tom Vancleve Alex Boulware G O Brown The men who- - failedttopass the physical examination wenr provid- ¬ ed With transportation to this city The others paid- - their way back out of their own pockets Homing Pigeons The Louisville HomingClub had its second old bird fly from MayT field Ky Tuesday with very sat isfactory results The members are very enthusiastic over the re- suit and expect to make the 500 mile lly in a day before the spring flies are over The birds were shipped by the American Express company at 830 p ra Saturday and arrived at Mayfield at 422 a m Sunday and were liberated by the Louisville Homing Club repre- ¬ sentative Mr John Watts at 7 oclock when he wired the secre- ¬ tary The first arrivals were as follows Mrs S J Schrecks two birds winning first two diplomas from the National Federation of American Homing Pigeon Fanciers and one pair of 5 shoes Mr C J Tiench second winning second nrize 100 oounds Canada oeas There were also many other re- The next regular fly will turns be from Memphis Tenn Sunday Only a Rumor Cape Haytien Hayti May 18 There is no news here of the Span ¬ ish fleet and nothing can be ascer- ¬ tained in any way confirming the report from Porto Plata San Do ¬ mingo that the Cape Verde squad ¬ ron has arrived at San Juan de Porto Rico Sent to Cuba A young Ilopkinsville man-about-to- Decoration Day source The Oregon is the best ship in the Navy The graves of the 101 unknown sailed from San Francisco six weeks ago around Cape Confederate dead buried beneath Horn a distance of 13000 miles Her Commander is the Latham monument in Hopewell Cemetery will be decorated with Capt Chas E Clark The Secretary gave out no details appropriate ceremonies this after- ¬ noon The program has already as to the whereabouts of the ship been published in these columns Rev M 13 DeWitt will deliver the This Claims to Be Official address Flowers to be used for decorating the graves will be re- KEY WEST May Governor Ceneral of ceived at the cemetery until noon Porto Rico has issued a proclamation giving the result of to day A It l PP l was arrested yesterday for the recent bombardment of San Juan He says eight soldiers being drunk on the streets and lin ¬ were killed and 34 wounded No school children were kill- ¬ ed the usual amount He promised to leave town and join the army ed as stated in a former report v i Commodore Schley V name is pro- and the fine was indefinitely sus- ¬ after considering the subject very On the Track of the Dons nounced Sly pended Washington D C May 18 It is carefully came to the conclusion believed here that Admiral Samp that the efferts of the United States ONE OF SPAINS BIG GUNBOATS to free Cuba would cost not less ton has information to day or will 380000000 provided the war 1 know beyond a doubt by to morrow than is not prolonged more than oneyear by means of a dispatch boat which is now at Cienfuegos what is their Its Location a Mystery and if it is within destination Washington May 18 The Navy present position Department has not received off- ¬ ot his hours tit If he can beat them there If they are icial information as to the exact poi kzaxfKm9wrZtZ trying to enter the Gulf of Mexico sition of the Spanish fleet but this morning trustworthy information he is sure to intercept them at its through government sources placed southern entrance aud if they are the disappearing fleet off the coast bound for Santiago they may ex ¬ of Porto Rico pect a battle within a few hours Every effort is being used to de- ¬ Should they turn back on Porto finitely locate Admiral Cerveras Rico which is practically their only ilotilla and it is hoped that before refuge the two American lighting many hours the Naval Board will be able to inform those in command divisions will quickly combine in a of our fleet exactly the course and blockade which can have but a destination of the Spanish boats single result and that as complete i The Tobacco Crop as Admiral Deweys at Cayite yi It is estimated that over one half ZzZzzz p vvffXrrriiffi of the tobacco crop has been plant ¬ War Costs Honey and Lots Washington D C May 18 ed J Mort Giles in the Howell TORPEDO GUNBOAT DESTRUCTOR reports that he has Something over 75000000 has al ¬ neighborhood finished setting his crop of thirty Tho Destructor 1b called The Qucon of tho EwHefs1 and sho appears e ready been expended in war prepa ¬ acres Other farmers in that vi- ¬ be entitled to tho distinction Sho is designated 88do gunboat Sho is rations and about 25000000 more cinity and elsewhere in the county considerably larger than tho average dostroyor hr displacement boing of obligations are outstanding that arc through planting onlTbJ5ytlo short of BOO tons whilo her length on the wator lino 1b about 880 fftSglbo can steam nearly 23 knots au hour and her armament is extraor will mature during the present Regulars Pass Through dinariljlMnK nd ooinploto for a boat of lior olass Besides throo 6 inon four month making a total of 100000- Fourteen members of the regular 6 poamljr and fpar vixenliko maohino guns sho also oarries throo torpedo 000 up to date with contracts be U S Army passed through the city tnbw Sho is able tokoop tho sea and becnuso of her spood no battleship would ing made daily for all sorts of pur ¬ yesterday afternoon on the 513 L be able to sj4ak her off Sho might hover in tho ofluig daring the day ost pose involving the expenditure of N passenger train They are wiMuigeoi yieheavy rub of tho larger vessel and thon undercover of the on their Way to Tampa Florida i imt 8lip an within airllrluB rltatatiiMi 1st unnnnntnninhilntornAdn and i1m4mv millions plie senate committee on finance and enme from Nebraska INWifamonit r ¬ ¬ 0 B Thompson a farmer who lives in the Pilot Rock neighbor- ¬ hood drank too much red liquor yesterday afternoon and fell into the hands of the blue coated officers of the law Judge Leavell fined him one dollar and trimmings C Tanked Up Trains Full of Troops Thvee train loads of troops from Kansas passed through the city late yesterday afternoon to Chickamauga tz - - enroute They arc recent May 22 State guards and have just been Will Give a Concert niustered in as regulars They are a fine looking set of men There Mrs D F Smithsonn class in was a large crowd at the L N music will gve a concert at Hol ¬ station to cheer the soldiers when lands opera house Friday night they came through BASE BALL Wont Mean a Fire Special St Louis 11 Boston 14 be frightened out of your Dont wits today when Forbes Bros Baltimore 9 Pittsburg 2 wildcat whistle is sounded The Appointed Overseer new boilers and engines which are being added to the mammoth estab ¬ A county- court order was made of this enterprising firm yesterday appointing lishment afternoon nll be tested today and one of the John Duncan overseer of the Green ¬ tests will necessitate the blowing ville and Hopkinsville road from of the jire whistle Woodburn home to White Plains - I WANTED and Artillery 200 Cavalry Corrected Dully lly Iten HiiwIIiik llnulcer horses Will be at Laypes stable uinl llrokur lloiiklimvlllo ICy Ilopkinsville Ky May 24 Horses to 16 hands must be from 15 UhlriiRO fllnrlcct high weight 950 to 1150 pounds Opg Iligt Closing in good flesh Bring in 1 05 j4 1 07tf 1 05tf sou ml and July Wheat your stock and git Jhe highest 1 40 Cash Wheat DALY MARKET REPORT I July July July July July Corn 33tf Oats 26f 12 00 6 62 6 30 Pork Lard Ribs 35 3Gtf 56 2Gtf 12 27 12 32 6 67 d 70 6 40 0 42 market prices W An at Layneq Stable 1 RHRlKCJlta nnrfhnnnlrn nlwvlr unaCttH af n iYiurunujuu xuesuity um 5 V A ffl KENTUCKY STATE TSfbOW fc PwWlshcd eycry inornlnjr except Monday KAN by Dcllrered by carrlere to nit parts of the Tremendous Sacrifice si dty at tten Wtt AnMffTbtti ¬ r v X JCXAOXAH 813 S Main 40 yrtfc - 0J8XX WWOt V t a r I i thVvarrous state committees of the Pka Month Young- Mens Christian Associa ¬ irT vTt tions throughout the country were Eveiy report tliat comes shows quick to realize their rcsgdrisijilitv jcnara efis ro- i more clearly that f ir v iJ more and characteristic andmeet tiounceq iO iy fP he Cuban insurgents have no arniy energy of thdorganizatldnCifc -- M One SCOtlt cmoiikitirr nf An carffiqualcc shock was felt it Association recognizes the fact that brought the report that Gomez lnm wherever large bodies of men come self had by actual count only 167 tdffetheVilierc a field of Beryjce 1 TheaUiTch aCcWwpf Tuesdi men mostly colored when hTs open ib them The State Excu4 putBhcd in full Charlie Wlicclens camn was visited but he claimed tive Commixed of the Kentucky As teA recent speech on the war revenue 4ihf ho IismI manr other detach sociatioiiB realizing the needs of the Kin ments in other places Now Lieut State troops now moblizing- at Lex ¬ 4 Wjt Rowan who Went to Gen Gracia ington and becoming exposed to i wi- - QUUUUV Icotn V loonv nf tP IJAIDY lUC o official information that the perils of military life in the iiKNTUCKUN is Browinff inpopftlari- - brings the is very small and that the camp and in the field has decided finding- that his force ty and many pedple are island is1 swarming- with Spanish to begin at drice a JvorJtanong Jthe jRthey cannot do without it In fact the truth of the soldiers at the StaUcampy similar soldiers X 0h President is said to have de claims made by Blanco that only to the work the Association has for 200000 small bands of Insurgents remain carried on for several vcars at the w j ZnUrti fo imiic another call W Q flu men to be ed seems to have been established State Guard Encampment iumi What has become of the army of An Association tent wilh be held aa a reserve force 30000 is the question that is now- placed with each of the three Ken to puzzling everybody Have the in- ¬ f Gen Merritthas apologized tucky regiments and will have a ¬ Alger but he has gained his point surgents disbanded at the pros- competent experienced Secretary pect of cure enough fighting Have in charge Besides the Christian an me sanieuuuuin wi h m ue incrcuscui they been induced to lay down influericesbf the Association in the Will their arms at the approach of a camp the tent Will be supplied 3 is no opposition to Con common enemy Has the army wilh reading matter writing ma- ¬ i here Evans in his own all along been mythical It is hard gressman Walter terial recreative games and other party and he will be formally re ¬ to answer these questions but one features that will be lelpfill to the nominated to day by the Republi thing is certain the Unitdd States soldier boys the aim being to make can district committee at Louisville must whip Spain without much as- ¬ these places of resort home like and sistance from the Cuban insurgents 1 President elect Campos Salles of So fully is this fact appreciated that attractive tothe men and surround the Republic of Brazil will arrive the President is thinking of calling them with wholesome and uplifting r1 influences When the troops move inNew York soon and will be a for still more volunteers from the State camp the Association I Mn lotnrnnfinnnl i t v JTUeSl OI I1UI1U1 ill u ¬ Exposition at the Grand Captain Duval of the United organization equipmeitand SecreCentral Palace States Commissary Department tary will accompany them to the has made a contract with St Louis field be- ¬ Gen Miles of the United States bakeries for 610000 pounds of army Jhe reported disagreement tween Secretary Alger and Gen crackers This is equivalent to Army has expressed his cordial ap- ¬ Merritt has been adjusted the lat- ¬ 30000 barrels of flour On each proval of the distinctive Associa- ¬ ter disclaiming that he authori zed will be printed the words Re- ¬ tion tent work as a useful agency in all camps of the army and the the objectionable publication member the Maine colonels of the three Kentucky reg ir is believed at Washington that It Reports toAdjt Gen Corbin show iments Cols Castleman Gaither ithe Spanish fleet met colliers by that 92580 men have been mustered and Smith welcome the work with fiAMcnrrniKrPmpnt off tlieSotltll into the Federal service and that heartiness and warmest endorse JV Utbf 1VMO WIUHJjWeighteen States are ready with their ment supplied with fuel and quota for the volunteer army The expense of this work will be are all now borne entirely by voluntary- - sub- ¬ prepared for a long voyage scriptions It is estimatedthatSl HERE THEY ARE TheKEXTUCKiANis the only news 000 will be needed for the equip- ¬ paper Hopkinsville has ever had Ministers Who Will Be In at the ment and maintenance of the Work Hhattovers the local news iicld An in the three regiments jfor six Downfall of Spain - inspection of us columns wm show months Contributions in - n J item is- allowed to es- ¬ that no news amount are requested to beMfor- i Madrid May 18 It is announc- ¬ warded at once to the Army Com- cape ed semi olficially that the recon- ¬ mittee Kentucky Young Mens to have ling structed Cabinet probably will be Itis very pleasant Christian Associations Fourth ant land making love to us while we made up as follows Louisville Ky All Broadway President of the Council Senor the churches young peoples socio are whipping Spain but John Bulls friendship may not be altogether Praxedes Sagasta ties arid other religious organiza We unselfish and disinterested Minister of Foreign Affairs Se tions in the State are requested to owe him money and he may be un- ¬ nor Leon y Castillo observe Sunday May 22 as Sol- ¬ easy about his mortgage Minister War Lieutenant Gen- ¬ diers Day and take up a generr eral Correa ous collection for the army work iofl Two more companies Middlesbor Minister of Marine Vice Admi- ¬ the Association voiigh and Williamsburg- were mus ral Butler Three in One Grave tered into the Federal service by Minister of the Colonies Senor ¬ Capt Ballance at Lexington Tues- Gamazo Some years airo when the Ken The surgeons examined and day Minister of Finance Senor Lo-¬ tucky soldiers were sent up in Ken passed on eighty one recruits dttr-- pez Puigceiver ton county Ky to do ipg the day No complete regiment business some of them went Minister of theIhterior Senor F - has been mustered in although the R Capdepon to the cemetery one day to inspect n Second and Third are about ready Minister of Justice Senor C the place As a rule there is noth ing to see in the small towns of the Groizard Mr Bryan has been commisston- Minister oj Public Instruction State except the cemetery and the edbr Gov Holcomb to organize a Seno Romero Girbh men went there because like the ytjxgitncnt of Nebraska volunteers boy who stood on the burning deck Enlisting to Desert Spmej4mgagpthe President declin- ¬ there was nowhere else they could tender of his ser- ¬ Kingston Jamaica May 18 The go One of the sightseers was sari ed vices upon tjfie ground that he was Cuban provisional government has Irishman As they walked around without military experience Dur ¬ directed insurgent sympathizers reading the inscriptions on tlie ing the last war Mr Bryan was in not to try to evade in garrison cities tombstones they came to an im- ¬ arras but they were the arms of his Gen Blancos conscription order posing monument which bore thif nurse as he was only a year old forcing into the ranks of the volun- ¬ inscription Here lies John Smith when the war began teers all males from 15 to 45 years a lawyer and an honest man f of age cried the Irish gentle Faith This is from the Louisville Dis Refugees who arrived here by the in astonishment what might patch Bdys if you want to get French steamer Fulton from Hava ¬ man men in oiig 11 into the army or in other places na and who have since been re ¬ they be burying three grave for yhere the services of men are need ¬ leased from quarantine say that This is hard on the lawyers but ed stop wasting your nerve force the Cubans in Havana are joining those who were present at the time and vitality on the deadly ciga- ¬ the volunteers by hundreds Spain actually rette There will be need for is thus arming enemies ready to dMared the remark was trzxi 13in all good faith Louis men before the war is over and raise at an opportune time or to de- ¬ made and m ville Times I you may brace up and get in yet sert The Spaniards in Havana W An Envelope Trust for a communal police purpose spy S Col Castleman Lieut Col Belk ¬ out Cuban sympathizers and cause Worcester Mass May 18 The nap andother officers of the militia their arrests consolidation of ten of the most are impatient with the methods Eggs there were 10 cents apiece prominent envelope companies j in pursued by the Federal mustering meat was 50 cents a pound and the country representing 90 per officers They say military ardor flour 30 cents a pound when the cent of the output of commercial is dempencd by unreasonable and Fulton left on May 7 envelopes has been effected ex- ¬ petty requirements and that the cepting some of the details The COL WM J BRYAN volunteer is treated like the hired name of the consolidated company man in search of a job Courier is the United States Envelope Com- ¬ Will Organize a Regiment of Ne- ¬ pany The total capital is 7000 Journal V braska Volunteers 000 of which 2000000 will be in J Gen Aguinaldo the leader of the bonds and the rest in capital stock has left Lincoln Neb May 18 Wm J The output of the companies is 17 Philippine insurgents Hong Kong on the Hugh McCulloch Bryan is to organize a third regi ¬ 000000 envelopes a day He was accompanied ment of Nebraska volunteers to for Manila Hummer Excursion Kitten by sixteen other insurgent leaders tender their services to the Presi- ¬ The I 0 R R will soli summer constituting the insurgent cabinet dent as soon as mustered Gov oxoursidn tickets as follows He will meet 3700 insurgents at Holcomb to day issued him a com- ¬ Coruloim Springs nnd return 80a 170 Cavlte and expects to lead them in mission as Colonel with authority Dawson Springs and return 825 an attack on Manila He has prom ¬ to proceed and Mr Bryan has an ¬ CriUonden Sps aud return Grayson Sdrings and rqturu 580 ised absoluto allegiance to Admiral nounced his intention to accept the Return limit 90 dy from Unto of comtalsBfon sale E M Sherwood Agt D4wy 8P T rTTr irafOJOTTioir itATis from Presi state troops dent McKinlcy for the - WliahccalLcjamo Per Week MO1 4m4MM viQ n M METZS STORE if a IN NEW GOODS 9 r or juoxiormuai stivers TPE PUBLIC -- tf fitn ftnnlrelt M - ifiifi M6tign up-to-cTatein - 1 Is invited to inapdet my large stock of Spring Dry Goods ing etc before making their purchases Everything now and departments M Cloth ¬ all - RtiS4kvW Mv m lVr n our Keaay 1 m 1 0 w ear rxr suits W -- 5 iifii - ThlaWaridies -I- made by the best tailors and from THE BEST CLOTH p N SHOES we have the Best UlVt Ub A UALL AMU All the Latest Styles Bltf Wb WILL Y LfcASh YUU Remember the PlaceNext Door to Hardwicks f - Ladies and Childrens Slippers to miss To close A11 1 1 triti Arc you interested in the prices of Ladies and Childrens Slippers you cant opportunity this is IFSP away weanhave decided thatcut the afford to out right childrens slippers 2 HS TWO lines of our ladies and - thse I Qur Little Grianj shoes and slippers are the best wearing goods brought to this market and every one who has ever tried them will testify the truth of this assertion AT HALF PRICE 200 PAIRS WORTH Ladies Plain Needle and Coin Toe Slioners i i r 75c 100 125 and 150 - CUT PRICE 40c 250 A 50c 65c and 75c 75 CTS pairs childrens black kid and tan oxfords worth worth 75c 100 125 and 150 CUT PRICE 40 50 65 WC We will also p26 in this sale our entire line of Little Giant black kid and tan button spring heel shoes sizes from 5s to 13s at same big reduction Half Price - RFJHFMRPR me Stil1 sollinS Clothing at prime Eastern lTiw Ynvlr Pncf theoil-on-the-wate- rs MAMMOTH 1 J o LOTHI3STGTHE PRESENT - SHOE OO CIS THE PALACE Millinery Millinery - MjBpns THE POST DISPATCH Only St Louis Paper IS With Its Own Staff CorreflpoiuloulB at all Points of Interest i r At Havana I Mr SjlyoBter Scoyol At Madrid 1 Mr A E Houghton At Washington r Mr Stephon Bonsai At Now York Mr Morton Watkinp THE NRVSpFTIIB DAY IN tilt Outdoing others Outdoing ouiHqIvpb in value giving Greulcr Burgnins morp Ilargaina tlmn over before Wo are filing cheaper becnuBo wo nro Helling moro Wo Imvo JM - J THE POST DISPATCH Hats trimmed in the latest styles Sailors in all the new shapes and colors Ribbons flowers veilings chiffon and nets for trimming Have you seen our line of new belts Jewel belts leather belts kid gloves corsets Bargains speak for themsclvQS Hosiery handkerchiefs etc 15 cents a week bovou days if tlo livered by agoutj GO cents a month if sont by mail Mrs Ada 3Liayaae M thng to patent WANTED Protect your IdunH tlieytnay brlnff jou wealth Wrlto JOHN WKDUKH ITUlth CO 1ntont Attornoys Washington H 0 for tholr SlHOo prlzo offer AN IDEAJRSSKfffS thji w i I I iiiiiiiMl Wo will fiond you free paring a Jargo Boloction of BamploH from flo All now coloring and per roll up PAPER WALL expect to do any pu novoltiPH FADFR fiirwiiMii l I S limy nm 1 Wilj have a few choice summer patterns on display iftii jtisft FRIGIITto in ovory town addrosa required Por samples or particularflj Wo want w agont soil On commiRsion from largo wimple books No capital up to dato WIS PAY WEDNESDAY - MAY 4 m t tifei K Vi See them before buying 0 V n r- - 717 7B81NiHth Wolf S kwn YCUyii f 9 MME FliURiffi e 1 OfYr O p i i m is t fl wFmpm -l THB DECAY OF BT02J jfilure Hopkinsville Produce Market CHASM BRIDGED AT LAST Ex Confcdcratcs Cash prfeoB paid by HopUinsvillo niorclmnts flrki of Alteratldns r Bacon Whoever expects to find u stono HunjB cbuntry 7J8c hftf will stand from century to cen Shoulders 4J5o furT deriding aliku the frigid rains Sidoa and scorching solar rays Without need 66Jc will indeed search for Lard i of reparation BJGo There is Country Produce the philosophers 9tone scarcely a substance which after hav ing been exposed to the action of the Eggs tf i 80 atmosphere for a considerable time Now feathers 8082c does not exhibit proofs of weather ¬ Beeswax 2022c it may even bo observed on the ing Tallow 80 most densely compacted siliceous Ginseng per lb The fullest extent of this in- ¬ 2225 rocks Houoy 10c quiry can only bo to elucidate relative Tub washod wool duration and comparative labor of 2880o appropriation to useful or ornamental Greased 1820o purposes Burry wool 1014o By examining the various produc- Poultry tions of nature wo find evident proofs Old chickonB live per lb 5J6c of her industry in all agesj clianges Roosters 2Jc have been going on from the re Go Turkeys por lb motest antiquity to the present time Ducks 4o wjthin on every substance that comes our observation All the actual com Grain binations of matter have had a former Clover por bushel v 8 existence in some other state Noth- ¬ Oats homo grown por bu 88c ing exists in nature but what is likely to change its condition and manner of nGut t JiC being No material in so durable as always to retain its present appear Live stock ance for the most solid and compact Hogs 3150 bodies have not such a degree of im- ¬ Sheop 250350 penetrability and so close a union of Cattlo 2r504 the parts which compose them as tc CalveB 3504 be exempted from ultimate dissoluHides and Furs tion Even in the great globe which wt Green hides G7c inhabit nothing is more evident to 80 Green salted hidos geologists than a perpetual series of Dry flint in12c alterations there can be discovered Vegotables no vestige of a beginning no prospect Now potatoes per bushel 50c of an end In some bodies these Cabbage per barrel 50c changes are not so frequent and re markablo as in others though equalUnited States War Ships ly certain at a more distant period For the purpose of introducing The venerable remains of Egyptian quickly and creating a large de Bplendpr many1 of them executed in mand the publishers 01 Anson s the hardest granite between 3000 and Histbral Series of the United States 4000 years since exhibit large por- ¬ War Ships will send the readers of tions of exfoliation and gradual de- this paper who will agree to show cay thereby following the primitive them to five of their friends the en- ¬ immutable and universal order of tire twelve parts containing ninety causes and effects namely that all six handsomely engraved pictures for special low objects possess the materials of which price the ten cents each introduction of the regular they are composed only for a limited price being fifty cents The parts time during which some powerful are published semi monthly and agent effects their decomposition and readers of this paper sending five sets the elementary particles at lib- ¬ two cent stamps now will receive erty again to form other equally per- Part One and have the privilege fect combinations Thus by divine of securing the remaining eleven laws order is restored parts as published at the same and unerring Archi- ¬ rate providing they will show same amidst apparent confusion to friends who might be interested tect in having a set Remember this special introduction offer and you THE SEATS OF THE MIGHTY Mwy t Woffc In a perpetual miwwwmmhwwwVm and Federals Raise a Regiment Down in North Carolina Mt Airy N C May 18 The war with Spain has done what nothing else possible could have done it has wiped out the hatred that existed in some sections of the South between the soldiers who fought for the blue and those who fought for the gray in the latc un- ¬ pleasantness In the Blue Ridge mountains a grizzled old soldier who fought with Sheridan and one who was ever loyal to Lee haVe gone to work to raise a regiment of old soldiers of both armies In many little villages every old soldier offered his ser- ¬ vices but it was thought best to en- ¬ list only the most able bodied On the ridge last week a meeting of the recruits was held and a jollification was the result Men who had Jiv- ¬ ed in the same voting districts and were friends before the civil war but who hadnt spoken since shook hand r and cut capers like boys It was nothing to see an old Yank walking around arm in arm talking about them dod gasted infernal Spanish how well make em dust The chasm has been bridged and all are united to give their lives if need be for their country No- ¬ where is the obliterating of section- ¬ al lines and the reuniting of the blues and grays seen as it is in this State where hundreds of volunteers besides the States quota can be had for the asking to clean out the dod rotted dog eaters as the soldiers express it Official 1 3 3 MUkbkUkiXiidiUm rssgg m - 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Until Jenner camo it was fashionable Said the four- ¬ among all classes teenth Louis of France I hayo the A courtier answered smallpox Sire so has every one ETcwasnot sympathetic merely he was exact It heightened Queen -- Elizabeths ab- ¬ sence of beauty William III gave jUttoond-ofhis pages and that the might be becomingly remem- ¬ honor bered gave him the duchy of Port- ¬ land also Maria Theresa had it So did Queen Mary It was epidemic in palaces But it was not confined to thrones When it reached this part of the world it singularly aided the civilizing influences of Spain Out of Mexico alone it took nearly 4000 000 people In South America its was relatively as great helpfulness Then returning to Europe it de ¬ populated the Northland A century ago Jenner got to work at it There¬ after its efficiency waned The czar- ¬ ina is the first modern sovereign whom it has attacked One may re- ¬ gret that it should have done so This lady is one of tlio prettiest women in Europe As a young girl she was ro- 4garded as the fairest of the princesses As As empress she is nnexceeded czarina she sits on a seat so high that she overlooks two continents In her diadem the dominion of all tho Itussias gleams In her scepter is tho fate of kiugdoms Nat ure made her fair destiny great Ono might jney her blessed beyond all other er sonfdfttorotect her Her hus ¬ band has interested himsolf else ¬ 0 wJUvy1 neither beauty nor pow ¬ must answer quickly before this offer is withdrawn A glance at these minute por- ¬ trayals of Americas Modern Sea Fighters and a perusal of the copious descriptions will fully ac- ¬ quaint ou at once with their san ¬ guinary and destructive character The pictures of the officers and men in their various attitudes at work on the guns firing at sea bombard- ¬ ing forts the marines at drill on shore and the hundreds of evolu- ¬ tions of the attendants on these colossal Goliaths of the ocean are things to be marvelled at and re- ¬ membered by the beholder for all time 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il H J 03 wj CD T3 03 a nc CO ro P d 5 m CD B CD CV3 j - 2 e cr j CD i rf CS a P 03 CD i l cn ro in CD 2 B cn cn ro cn TO O 0Q m CD oC n cn C3 0- Si l k o ccn C3 - 03 G o to es o ¬ g S SS T3 B O B O ro cn 03 3 c tr 3 rr B o CD ci O O O -- ca tps bcd CD a 03 1 3 cn n i o tn Ol - CD i 3 E cn b PT CD CS CD toM 03 cd o cn B cn 00 5s 5 C5 I CD M CD B oq CD ID B- - L J 1 111 THE real estate property ever made in Hopkinsville And the greatest chance to buy valuable property will be Of Largest Auction Sale MAY Mr W F Cox of Gracey was a visitor to the city yesterday ON MONDAY 23 at 3 Oclock Hopkinsvil b Gas AND Whon nil tho iiuo city property of the lute HON E P CAMPBELL will bo offorod at public auction to the high This is the elegant property on West Seventh atroot botwoon tho reaidencea of Dr E oat biddor without reaorvo Cook and Alrn E V Gnut and extending from Seventh to Fourth or Broad street R The First District Womans where In his place smallpox has Christian Temperance Tnion will come Who is hapfyMirabcau was asked Some miserable meet at the Christian church in wretch ho answered No plain Fulton next Saturday fpr a three woman need envy the czarina days session More Than Laconic TWELVE BEAUTIFUL LOTS Co Willfbo offorod for sale and will goto tho highest bidder as tho estate must bo settled at onco Upor tho center aUuntod tho splendid residence which ia ono of tho most desirable in tho city DONT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE THE MOST VALUABLE PROPERTY EVER OFFERED AT YOUR OWN PRICE Litii HOWE lotis ¬ Henrietta Aou said Mr Mcekton Jcnow you said almost two hours U U TIME TABLE Havo oponed up their bIiow rooms for tho season in tho Christian Co Abstract Co Agt OnAS 0ATLETT CALIv AT ABSTRACT OFFICE AND SEI5 0AREN0E HARRIfl John Stites Executor PIAT T1UIN8 SOUTH wuiu Uulllb lu wxf uw JUb1 JPJBy how much you thought tho avorago juu lent inquiry einco 8 man amounted to Sho turned upon him a look of si- ¬ No No No No 01 BRHopkinsvillo Ac 015 u m B8PaBt Line 600 am 51 Fast Mail 511 p m EUILDING Main Btroot whoro thoy havo n stock NQLimitodnIB pm TnAINS NORTH of tho Intost improved p m Nashville Accommodallpn does not mn on Won Star Hnmtay ami Norlu bound St xMrhft oldest freemajonin NowEng- - irolnBuavelirough Loutu and OIiIgsbo Ksm trains nolle and deeper Chicago Louie William Earl CopV of Pqrts- - toraat MHO nnd Bt ouiyai important atatioai mops id oroMlnga Ha through lu lining aleep jVq Atlanta q hn ohutSdred radrftWHlid JMAiuutfMiHmt You have said absolutely nothing No 92 No G2 then 56 Well she answered thats what No 45 No 1 think he amounts to Washing- - StLtuExnmU1018am Past Lino Chicago Limited 986 n m Hopkinsville Ac 825 p m 948 Wi The PostDlspatch Wants an Agent in every hamlet every village every town every city This is the opportunity of lifetime to estnlteh and a profitable business It costs nothing to try You can et the support of your leading citizens who will be only glad to see you staVt Or Will lie Rented The Post Dispatch is in great demand Its a great paper jiEs a At tiic Nominal Sum of Wo havo concluded to go into bus member of the Associated Press No other St LruTr evening paper e inosa for ourselvea and offer our sor joy a 300 Per Ycnr this distinction The Post Pispateh has war correspondent at a I1 yicoe to tho public a the moat ronsj poinfs of interest and with the fleets now in the Pacific and Cubaq wateWit y ¬ Aro iiIbo agents for tho GEN onablo prices Paper hauging a apea By nail only 00 cents a moth f I laity AH work guaranteed l AYrlle at dnce for particulars Address LAMP UINE WELSBAOII Lenyo ordora at Gus Youngs i o y THE POST DISPATCH Sh Lpu U Telephone Bl ring t iinwtt Light iu existence M The CATLETT HARRIS Uro Gns Ranges For Sale At Cost Price Formorly with Forbes PAINTERS PAPER HANGERS It t 1 J X Irk X T4 QEJSGS pwBwwwpwppwHjwwy-JiJiivi-- i c mmimiwiiii i 0 tr 4 f gaucurr m county court PBJW0NAU0S5 l HENRY HOLE ll I WW - W ws 1 1 if A V 5 K Nftw a Prosperous Frmr k Mr IV A Ward of Nashville Catigfcr Whs Kept Busy account Imperial Council Nobles of in town tnhor u the My stic Shrine AH Day Yesterday Mr C B Wood of Owcliboro Is J M Adams Agt in town The Day County Tribune fnevs- Preparations are already being County Judge Causlcrj had a busy 4 Mr George Meyer of Louisville paper published at Grand pkla- madeviqr the entcrtalrimcnt of the day yesterday TjP holna contains a write up A the is in the city His morning- was consumed in Nolcn nlformcr GeneVai Association of Kentucky Mr Lee Boyd of Mayficld was farm of Mr Wm H Baptists which nicdts in tthi4 city case of the Ihehrin4etiniony in the r citizen of Hopkinsvillc froinliich Lincoln in the city yesterday PrtLinnmvtallh nirainfet Jurie lk Several hundred dele ¬ the following extracts are taken t Mr T P Smith of ClarkBVillc gates will be present Lincoln is not fond of one We finally drifted to Mr W H i nriiKhnrR 1 willow namcu spent yesterday here on the South side jf theflat RevWm Rogers began his meet ¬ jachamand he gavd expression- Mr Tom P Johnson ofLongvicw Nolenswc were royally entertained ing at Miles factory near Iron where Jofiis feelings by heavuig- a collec- was here Wednesday Mr Nolen and wife arc from Jven Hill this week and is having large Jfatfof ckoice brickbats and cobble D Jones of Newstead tucky and are making a home after crowds every night On Sunday Mr Ed stones through the glass window of was iu town yesterday Mr No ¬ he will have two services and ex ¬ the true Kentucky style N water he house jiear the L Purcell of Lafayette len says after many misfortunes in pects to have dinner on the grounds iit friifirst time Lincoln was Mr T J friends here v the old State and the loss pf a hard for everybody present Tiilty othc offense was Monday is visiting McKec of Longyiew earned fortune he came to or near Mr Sam We have just received a lot of Hirm iuia uHjiiwiw the Oklahoma line in Texas and Butrtries Surreys etc and these the city yesterday nnoyahce with calm resignation visited commenced to farm on the shares added to our present stock make a Stuart men on the following night he re Mr J J city of the country not being able to carry on farming fine assortment to select from We yesterday ruTAfiwi io immbardment of her was in the After raising two are now prepared to lurnish you within himself Mr G P Wells of Louisville crops he moved on the fartn where anything in tlHMehicle line at the she arose in her wrath and tttle nnlfiwl foeforci a court of lowest price Our work is all thor- ¬ --ISii iim was in the city last night he now lives with but little to com ¬ oughly guaranteed and you wil find iukice LincolnAvas fined 15 and Mr Dan M Whittaker of Casky menced on the farm about J175 what you are looking for by calling roSitR and unlesslhenavs Itprompt- - spent yesterday in the city at J B Foley Cos worth of property all told H nn - ii t w crJvn nil sorts ofrocks wi NO 108 Main St will describe his home as it Madisonvillc uaWc f P Ross of Dr feR fool with for three weeks or spent last night in the city A good residence now looks The ladies of the Nashville Tab ¬ r ilnnrrnr Evansville frame hen house covered with a ernacle Circle will on May 24 give of nil With stitch down Z next person arraigned be is Mr W P PattonPhoenix shingle roof smoke house well filled an Olc Deestrick Skule enter- ¬ registered at the The bottoms the eas- ¬ cellar good fepd yards stockpens fore Judge Cansler was a gen man Editor W B Brewer of Fair long stock sheds to stable b6th cat- ¬ tainment in that city for the benefit iest wearing shoe of the tabernacle fund The admis ¬ ofi color from the Bainbridge view was in town yesterday tle and horses a good granary all sion will be 25 cents and the rail ¬ made -- never sold He was charged neighborhood Mr T M Ryan of Martin Tain kinds of farm machinery good roads have agreed to help the move- ¬ t w imth plucking a numtier of plump was on the breaks yesterday for less than a fences around his homesteads and 5T-4- Juliets from theroost in Mr Pooley All nfl Airs Ben White of also a school section which he- - has ment by giving special rates vf 125 before v i W Buggies from S3250 to 175 Har ¬ Keses lien house The evidence Cadiz are visiting in the city of good running Plenty leased All sizes 6 to 1lCs ness from 425 to 30 All goods was not sufficient to convict Mark A Perry of Evansville water on both places a flveacre all kinds all styles all prices Mr T Sid he vas given his freedom grove of black walnut trdes which No bad notes taken You dont was here yesterday afternoon HUH L from thewalnuts plant- ¬ have to pay us for some loss we JJFYesterday afternoon Mrs Sarah Rev and Mrs J A Bennett of have grown ed Aside from the grovi he has may have sustained by doing loose Sears a highly esteemed lady of Fairview were in the city yester cottonwood locust maplev and credit business We take in trade Gold for buijjnes Silver Cur Jthe Fruit Hill country North day many other forest trees growing rency and good notes We think ehxistianj was fried in the county W C Bell has returned from Mr Russian mulberries that are full by this method we are safe and you cpurt on a writfof inquirendo de a stay of several weeks in New of green fruit goose to berries have saved We would be gladbug- ¬ Ounatico- - - Her mania is religion York show you through our stock of peaches apples cherries pears gies arid harness JiShe was ordered to be taken to the Capt E C Morrow of Clarks plums apricots grapes black J B Foley Co 108 Main St CVestern Asylum for treatment ville is attending local tobacco berries and other fruit Andsome Hopkinsvillc Ky She was confined there several sales young hedge growing araund the Hereafter all britHs and mar Jyears ago Miss Lena Pyle has returned orchard The above is a model riages occurring in Louisville must visit to friends in Todd farm be recorded in the Health Office In Fresri Strflwherries 40c 31 from a county Mr Nolen is prosperous and hap- ¬ occordance with a recent ordinance ftWallis Grocery Mr J A Gossett and Miss Lizzie pily situated in his Western home to this effect Dr M K Allen has which will be pleasant newsjo his issued notices to all midwives phy- ¬ Sunday school convention White of Julien were in town Wed- ¬ many friends here j nesday sicians and ministers requiring them on penalty to report imme- ¬ Jno C Dickinson of Tren- ¬ Mr HERE AND THERE 1 The Colored People are Having a ton was in town yesterday on i diately at the Health Office third Big District Meeting business Private boarding by Mrs M floor of the City Hall and register their names and residences in per- ¬ Layne and E Wills at AV W Ware place Mesdames Charlie animal meetingtf District Claude Clark are visiting relatives distrib- ¬ Mrs W P Quails of Hopkins- - son Blanks will then be Sunday School convention of the at Beverly on which returns of all births ville is visiting relatives in the uted jind marriages must be made out f cjplored Baptist church will meet Miss Ella Ritchie of Trigg coun- ¬ city Todd County Progrtess to day at noon at the Main street and mailed to the Health Office night to Forbes Bro are running an The convention ty arrived in the city last Baptist church The Paducah News of Tutday all night force in pushing thewvork embraces the churches of several visit relatives ii Mr W T Rutland manager of or putting in tneir oouer and en- - published in full Charlie Wheelers jcounties and fully 100 delegates recent speech on the war revenue The the Empire Coal Co was in the are expected to be present The city census shows 23G3 bill meeting ftvill continue throughout city yesterday To the The Messrs C F Meyer and B Bar school children in Owensborof ln the week and over Sunday session will be held every day and nett of Evansville are registered the county outside the city thfcre cSscsv J 1Y jiT sv-X T are 9076 preaching will be the order at at the Phoenix j J f i i itgsrs For we will fight the ship while a planks afloat or a man inight Several excursion trains Judge Charles H Bush returned The State University for Colored Ayill be run Saturday and Sunday last last night from a professional people at Lexington graduated 20 m survives Now is the time for action as it is daily being proven and a tremendous crowd is expect visit to Paducah One of pupils Thursday night that to the victor belongs the spoils v Jed on those days Mr W A Haynesof Clarksville them was from Christian county Jm Our customers have been afforded an opportunity to secure was in the city yesterday attending Samuel Rogers of Lafayette wiped HisHat TIME TABLE 2 Gov Bradley has appointed E the tobacco sales the spoils in as much aswc furnish them with by far the best AMr John McPherson stood on the Mrs Will Garnett of Chicago is M Flack to fill the vacancy in the EflTcctive platform at the L N station yes No 331 No37- - goods for the money Noi02 a guest of Miss Willie Radford of Board of Commissioners of the Acom terday afternoon and watched the The Square neighborhood Asylum caused by the LvilopklnsVHlo Western ilnlly dally Accm One of the dully dritly resignation of Esq Alex Campbell p sojer trains pass by Mr J S McAlister of Bowling 2 1jin LvHopklnsvlllo rf Onin l0pm Volunteers who took a sudden lik 8CWum i8im 0 15 pin If you want nice strawberries Ar Princeton 7 0Aiui town ArHtndo son ing to the some and wanted a me- - Greenhis was in the city mingling dont forget to call on Chas Dattilo ArEvanpvlle S00 pin friends yesterday mento of kind snatched off with luoojim for he ahyays carries a nice line of Ai lOulaville 1100am biupm Ar Paducah Mrs Caswell Bennett of Frank- ¬ he young marts hat What Mr r 8S0pm 8 18 a in Ar Memphis l5pm arrived in the city last night themand also a nice line of French Ar New Orleans 8 80 a m 7 No 01 NaR13 MPhorson remarked sotto v6ce as fort NoS55 candies No 205 South Main street ArHoplslnsvllle dolly Accm W R Howell Acom he saw his headgear speeding to visit Mrs dally dly Messrs James D Russell Jr LvEvanBVlllo 816 am away from him at a rate of thirty Mr T C Klee of Henderson U02am LvHondcrson coo am 12 45pm noopm miles an hour would look out of was here yesterday in the interest Robert J Johnson and Wallace Lv Princeton went to Gracey yesterday Arllopklnsvllle 8 30am HOpra 720pm Is Kelly place in a Sunday School book of the Henderson Brewing Co Train Not02 has th rough chair car and Bleep still our motto and vc maintain the fight against all competi- ¬ afternoon to spend the evening at erf rom Irlncotonto New Orleans via Mem ¬ phis Mrs W D Ennis of Hopkins MfliiKRWooDAgtHopklnsvllloKy Strawberries 40c gal ville is visiting her daughter Mrs the hospitable home of MrVf and WK A Keiloki A G I A Louisville Ky tion A steady bombardment has effected some of our out ports Mrs John Clardy but has left some of our main lines in tact and wc are still for- ¬ at Wallis Grocery J G Duncan Henderson Gleaner tified with big lots of Miss Sarah Gill of Clarksville The Newest Papa was in the city yesterday afternoon Mr Jesse Reeves the popular en route home from Dawson Springs The Columbia Chainless manager of the local Postal Tele- and Mrs W K Piner have Rev m graph office Isfthe proud father of gone from Baltimoreito New York pfetfyrnine pound girl baby The will return to this city next welc ome little stranger arrived in They week the city yesterday afternoon Rev J M Gill pastor of the Cum- ¬ berland Presbyterian church at Commissioners Sale Monday June 6 1898 rll a m Elkton spentyesterday with friends Those desiring to purchase homes in this city Leader shoes for ladies at 150 pair farm property or to invest in any Miss Jimmie Boales a pretty and of real estate would do well to kind Elegant silk vesting top shoes for ladies at 200 pair attend this sale on above date as attractive young lady of Hopkins Geo Katfer i some desirable property ville is visiting Mrs there fggTYours for peace or war and always for trade both farms and city property to john Paducah Register t Prank Rives tlesoldt Master Comr of the C C C Mrs Ellen Ramsey who has been in the city several months visiting her niece Mrs W S Davi- ¬ son will return to her home in Iowa CUT THIS OUT- - immmiiimm Th L K Vfill Krflrourtd trip tickets to Dallas Tex At one fare Ok- - June 10 11 jl2tli limited to Juhe 28 i li55 l ZWi 38 - i 100 A Pair i -- MensPlow Shoes V 1 jH Anderson CO -- jThe -- V- - J UmitttS -- V w P the Col ors Mast RAIIY Xec GJ7 NO mW3 m SURRENDER ta s iiiiiii z Is a Grand Success WEAR RESISTER SHOES - - FOR MEN AT 200 PAIR 4k tomorrow PETREE A One 3 lb Can best Toma- ¬ I T V f toes for 7 cents if presented with this coupon Good only for Thursday and Friday May 19th and CO W T COOPER Red Front Miss Florence Stcinhagen who has been spending several weeks with her Bister Miss Rosa Stcin ¬ hagen at Atlanta Ga returned home yesterday Mr A H Wallace of Newstead Mr Wal- ¬ was in town yesterday lace says 6nly a light shower fell in his neighborhood and the tobacco season was hardly Hufficieut to in ¬ sure a good t and COMPANY a At Z rfl A H 2 and tho only chninlosa that Iiiih givuu huccoss nnd huh provo i it Bolf ao We have thorn on oxliibitiou ug wull as a number of Co- lumbia malo of chain whooja from 25 to 75 We carry tho best assortment of Bicycle Sundrieti and Ko pairing cf nil kinds We do all kinds of export repairing all work promptly done We are headquarter for Gns Ulcjcle Lamp aud Carbitc Give us a call Yours to pluaBO E- - Nl fHr MOSS 6l CO THElbAILY w a Z KENTUCKIAN Hj A iiiiitipi Only 10 Cents a Week JDelivered at your door bv f oclock S V qS1 r w n