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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v iaf U c a VOL Baity HOPKINSVILLE MARRIED SECRETLY L NO 21 FELAND BACK Last Night Willi Men KY SUpAY MORNING MAY 22 1898 PEIOE 2 OENTS SENT TO ASYLUM CAPT Hopkinsville Couple Wedded In Nashville a Year Ago Came In Tiiir-ty-Tlire- c THE CALM BEFORE T DECAPITATED Carey Wallaces Head rirs Sarah Catherine Berry Tried On a Writ of Lunacy Severed Mrs Sarah Catherine Berry a as Shorty Was one of the most pop- Â¬ t well connected lady residing in the Beneath Wheels ular young men in Hopkinsville Antioch neighborhood was tried be Â¬ during his residence here He fore Judge Cansler yesterday on a came to this city to take charge of r Lieut Payne Remains at Lexing writ of lunacy ir Had Probably Sought Shelter the Gas company and conducted it Her mind has becu failing for ton With so Only Six Of Ori Â¬ Mi pucccssuuiy xor more man a year From Rain Beneath A Load Â¬ some time past and recently her He didnt have an enemy and he ginal Company There gTjc misfortune has iriven rise to the t ed Car made a friend of everybody who greatest fears on the part of her knew him Shortly after Shortys family and friends Her mind con arrival here he made the acquain Â¬ When the accommodation train tance of Miss tinuing to grow worse she was Carey Esther Cravens a brought before the court for exam- Â¬ fifty four Wallace a colored man in at the L N station pretty and popular young lady pulled years of age employed at ination as to her sanity the Dalton rock quarries in the had as passengers whose friends were as numerous as last night it Jucige uansler was satisfied that Northern suburbs of the city was thirty three members of company his own Mrs Berry was demented and run N over and instantly killed by the About the time of the opening of D and Capfc John Felatid all fresh ordered her taken to the asylum for South bound local at 335 oclock the Tennessee Centennial Exposi Â¬ treatment from the trials and troubes and yesterday afternoon tion Mr Ort went to Nashville On turjbulcnt scenes that have kept Life was extinct before the body May 17 Miss Cravens visited the Sampson and Schley Have Resumed Was Cortijo Out for a Time Camp Collier in a ferment during Rock City was discovered The popular couple It has been asserted by a great Lying between the rails the right of the boys were secretly married the past week Many Tliey re many people Thursday morning hand an both feet completely severed fathers brothers and friends were turned to this city and their friends Hunt Squadron that Col Cortijo accompanied by and a gaping wound in the left side down town to meet them and the knew nothing of their marriage two army officers all in civilians near the heart was the headless Mr Ort left the city not long after welcome hat they received was as clothes were out taking in the trunk Two feet away on the out- Â¬ this and secured a position inNash warm and hearty as if they had ville He remained there sights Wednesday night Those side of the rails lay the head The several who speak of it allege that the par-Â¬ decapitation was as complete as if been returning1 from hard fought months From Nashville he went A Battle That May Turn the Side of War One Way or the Oth ty was seen going one place to an the guilptine had done the ghastly fields crowned with the laurels of to Covington where he now resides1 other and that the Colonel appear- Â¬ work The rain beat upon the victory Without disparagement holding a lucrative position as er Liable to Occur at Any Hour ed to be enjoying himself immense severed head and mangled body or reflection upon those who chose manager of an ice plant ly Among the other resorts it is diluting the blood that flowed from to remain and follow the disgraced Five Volunteers Killed reported that they visited the most the wounds A gaping curioua j exclusive establishment in the city crowd stood oblivious to the rain Gaines who is thrust upon them 21 Chattanooga May The train Washington D C May 2I Spccial--l- t by the Governor these boys who conveying the First Missouri in- Â¬ is almost im- Â¬ where society folk congregate and and careless of the mud that the most expensive wines and Wallace was last seen alive about had the manhood and self respect fantry from the city to the park was possible to get any informationlto night about what is going champagnes were on the bill of two hours before the accident He to repudiate such a man and re- - wrecked in a collision- - at Rossville on in Cuban waters All that is known of the ships move- Â¬ fare Atlanta telegram to the Chi- Â¬ was then on his way to the quarry sent the effort to put him at their station about five miles out at ments with certainty is that Sampson went to the west and cago Inter Ocean where he was employed Thirteen that Schley sailed east cars loaded with ballast stood up- Â¬ head are no less heroic and no less 9 oclock this morning As the game stands now if Admiral Cervera is in Santiago on the switch leading to the quarry Charleston Leaves Again entitled to the admiration of their Five privates were killed and de Cuba he is being approached from both sides and his way The crew of the South local was people at home Only twenty twelve injured of escape is limited to the eastward He still could run for San Francisco May 21 The transferring these cars to the main of the eighty four men who went The military train was run into the Mona Passage between San Domingo and Pdrto cruiser Charleston left Mare Island tracks The locomotive was at out from this city now remain at by a regular passenger train run- Â¬ Rico and get into San Juan or he could run as he came into atll35 to day on her way to Ma tached to them and the signal giv Â¬ Lexington Of this number but six ning at a high rate of speed the Caribbean Sea by way of the Lesser Antilles south of nila She will stop at bedrock to en to pull out There were three members of the original Latham confirm the adjustment of her com Â¬ brakemen on the cars The train Porto Rico Dont fail to attend Frankels Light Guards Company D are if Cevera remains in Cuban waters a great and final naval passes and then proceed on her had not moved many paces when Phenomenal Sale of Vitals Brand one of the brakemen suddenly sig Â¬ there The rest rcmaiuing are Clothing engagement is looked upon as practically a certainty journey naled the engineer to reveres- his men who were recruited on the eve engine and shouted tlj8Wun had of the companys departure Sev Â¬ been killed The entire crew rush- Â¬ are now enroute home and will eral ed to the spot and found the headless body arrive to morrow In the opinion lying be Â¬ tween the rails just as it of a number of the boys who re lay when the coroner arrived turned last night the ranks of S fefe2 5SS SSSSS Death had been instantaneous and twenty three remaining at Lexing Â¬ painless No cry of pain or fright ton will be further depleted within had ever escaped him the next few days Wallace had not been seen on the track either by train crew or any Following are the names of the person at work in the quarry soldiers and recruits still at Camp further down There was contin- Â¬ Collier uous passing to and fro near the R C Payne Hiram Thomas B point where he met death All Zinimer Gano Bullard Mit Cole- Â¬ these things tend to strengthen the theory that he had taken refuge man Gus Breathitt Jim Breathitt from the rain under one of the cars Garner McCrae J S Buchanan and had fallen asleep with his 1 rank Prowse Chas Jackson head across a rail It is said by Will Winfree nugh Thompson men who worked with him in the Chas Waller Ed JJrown Will quarries that he frequently took nap under the cars and that he Jenkins R H Nixon J II Wicks had been warned of the danger Harry Girard Will Witty more than once There may be a new company Coroner Allensworth was sum- Â¬ D in the Third regiment but it moned to the scene immediately af- Â¬ will no longer be Company D of ENTRANCE TO HAVANA HARBOR ter the discovery of the mans few Hopkinsvllle Hopkinsville A This illustration shows tho famous Morro Castle to tho right and tho projecting bar La Puuta ou tho loft whoro n solitary gun points mennnclngly toward incoming and oatgolng ships death Prom a crowd of bystand Â¬ boys may remain and join it To ers he selected the following jury importance He lias of them have guns and all are short all colored men them as individuals the interest They feel it keenly and they have partments has been applied to interest and B Poston J M Metcalfe Alex and affection of Hopkinsville peo- Â¬ the sympathy of their people at them No man who wears shoul- - considered it his privilege to de Â¬ of ammunition The other half are Jones J II Mills W L Johnson ple will still cling and pride will home- - To those who returned to der straps or draws pay from the mand whatever information is worth dependent entirely upon their ma- Â¬ and J II Jackson Wf Nearly all of the ammuni- Â¬ be felt herein their heroic achieve Â¬ their homes rather than follow a military or naval appropriation is knowing from either persons or pa Â¬ chetes The crew of the train and sev Â¬ -r i ments But it is our company disgraced and dishonored man re allowed to discuss the war with pers but he too is now under the tion in possession of the insurgents eral other persons were examined at present has been stolen or surrep- Â¬ No one having seen the accident or no more We thought as we saw pudiated and held in contempt at any person whatsoever who has ban titiously obtained from the Span Â¬ having seen the victim immediately them move out from our midst two his own home we say well done ears to hear The telegraph wires Gomez Giving Trouble ish army aud does not lit the guns prior thereto there was no proof wcuks ago ma our city s name May those who go to the front un- Â¬ are controlled by a long legged LJfeik Washington D C May 21 The Gen Garcia is reported to be much further than that deceased came to would be associated in history with der him win all the laurels that despot with big whiskers of the generalof the army has been in more rational in his plans than his death from bejng caught beneath kand as any that faces they desire name of Greely who spenta couple the wheels of a train of cars on a lormed through the report of Lieut Gen Gomez the foe mtlmniggle now pend Â¬ lie has no objections switch of the L twenty Hopkinsville of years in the artic region and If the N railroad ing We UUbelfevethat thev men now at Lexington decide to be learned how to make iilS hot for Rowanl who spent six days in the to active military co operation on and the verdict was to this effect camp pGen Garcia in the province mn a ii Wallace was a colered man of wouui nave proveivsqlUjers and mustered in with the new Company those who disobey nun The of Saniago de Ctiba having left the part of the United States but respectability and good character in heroes battle haUfciriot D they will be allowed to retain secretary of war anil the there May 1 and arrived in Wash would gladly welcome it as the only His home was on the Clarksville means of the early emancipation of of tthe nnvy their manhood been insulted one commissioned officer Lieut R secretary ingtowthis morning that the total Cuba He is willing to merge his pike just beyond the city limits He supposed togiveout suchjinforma and their pride wounded by the ar- - C Payne leaves a wife and several children insurgents under arms tion aH the public can safelyknow numberof forces with the United States army The remains were removed by or- rogance of an executive who holds lliran Thomtjs will be made 1st in that province does not exceed and take a subordinate command der of the coroner at the conclusion frgPfflTty Jllve patriotism and can not Sergeant and E Zinimer 2nd Ser- - without giving aid or C9iiifort to 7000 on 8000 although there are of the inquest the enemy but they are exceed Â¬ SpjjHhe jiclty laws of the political geant many as 12000 on the although he explains that very lit Â¬ perhaps as ingly careful notto overdo the mat Â¬ BpoilJnnanwhen the honor the glory Bloodshed in Calloway tle can be expected of him unless he remainder are terand the president i tlie ily rolls Thecultivating theft absent the traditional chivalry of a proud Ky May 21 Prank WhyfSews Is Scarce from duty farms can be supplied with munitions of Murray i man on earth who dares nsk them State is at stake Cochran a farm hand employed by Washington D C May 21- ror engaged in other employment war Gen Gomez treats the Amer Â¬ Sonny James three miles west of Tho Knbtuqkian may have noth The cabinet members have been put a quentioh There was novpr miclja time in there being no necessity for their ican invasion in an entirely differ Â¬ this city shot and killed his em Â¬ k Jng further toa as to the causes under the censors also They are the history of this nationliutevery service and no guns or ammunition ent spirit and insists upon his re- Â¬ ployer last night He claims the the deplorable disruption not allowed to hear any niore in Â¬ Mfl bocijvtakes it good naturedly and to arm tjiem with So far as health cognition as commander-in-chie- f of shooting was accidental Two shots Company or those Who ar formation concerninJth move Â¬ rJ were fired No cause is assigned ments of the fleets orSjtpB The say itp all right Until now a and physical condition is concerned all thu forces from the United Spates Dont fail to attend Prankcfs samp order that was directed at United JBtates senator la claimed thu troops seem to be capable of or otherwise that are employed Phenomenal Sale of VitaUDraud umiliatdajid molfled tji clerks in the war and jtfivy de- - a right of way to all niGoriiuitibn of j9od service but not more thauhaf agaiimt the Spanish in Cuba Clothing J Frank Ort familiarly known HE STORM Â¬ Utmost Secrecyi Observed Con cerning Naval Movements -- -- VI ii the - for Cereiras -- -- 4 Jt II - T ifw lm VMM WIP P nSSIS ff SPII m m I - 1 wr tare f Clnthe Wft I i iL jL - t rrr mr WA - BWK3B --fi ftbe Hail ftentucftfan tutl hed urcry morning except Monday J MfcT tXtPATOl SNAPSHOT by Delivered by carrfcn to all iuuU of the OKAS XXAOKAM 113 0 KlB 35 MourraraK Pk Week We OWe arc warm eaough now islands dty at do not need he tropical CA tax on the Dewey puns Avould make ti big tide toward the Treas I Tf emetidotts Sacrifice IN NEW GOODS SITMCJtXTTXOX KAT3M Per Month 10 ury The war secret kept closst is i the whereabouts of the Spa hi ah f t fleet The Daily Kentuckian threat WHERE DOESTHEBLAME LIE There will probably alw ens to throw up the spongeand isbbb UD to the anti Ktner s nigu way k unless the The collapse of Co D is a severe sue only Hopkinsville become more idea v people of blow to the pride and hopes of the liberal toward the enterprise The Dewey is great nlan but a what people of Hopkinsville Until the paper is a first rate morning daily disruption is and should be supported but Mea a tremendous person is Farmer responsibility for the Â¬ twice-a-wee- JO METZS STORE r 3t f s a it hi TW MK v Mkk jin r sir It is doubtful if even the Oregon all along by itself coultl find a Spanish fleet Bradley As Capt Fcland has not ZWS7M Is invited to inspect my large stock of Spring Dry Goods NotioriiOlofch heard from yet the Kkstucx- bccn OThe discontinuance of cipher mes- before making their purchases Xx will not condemn him as many Everything new and sages onlyjadds to the ciphers of ing in all been given are doing until he has of the telegraph bills departments fa chance to explain the serious as a journalist It is better to run The Kaiser is grateful the r charges heard on every hand a prosperous semi weekly than a Prussian Diet and is ready- to en Â¬ against him A study of the facts half starved daily unless the pub joy his slice of China Ready-To-Vsoar brought out leaves no doubt lisher is after glory alone How- Â¬ It is a good summer tounVeil a l hat Gov Bradley is determined to ever the Kentuckian is not in any C make room somewhere in the mili danger of throwing up the sponge monument to the author of uStar They are Dandies made by the best tailors and from THE BEST CLOTH y T4 Spangled Banner f Jtary forces for a number of his fa as long as its circulation is increas Â¬ Our battleships cant go enough of very un- Â¬ ing at the rate of 100 copies a week i vorites some of them knots and therefore we have over savory characters There is no IN SHOES excuse for his appointing Gaines The Courier Journal says The taken the Spanish fleet not whose commissions that Gov Bradley will to command a company Modern sanitary methods are un Â¬ to him ex issue two officers of the Kentucky known in Cuba so we are sending members are strangers GIVE US A CALL AND WE WILL PLEASE YOU cepfeupon the idea that the 1800 volunteers are nearly all made out thousands of missionaries there Q salary of-- a captain is wanted and ready to sign Right here it Uncle Samuel has Spain and 49 forthis recently indicted voung might be predicted that the Gov- Â¬ Parisian newspapers to fight but man who was removed as cap Â¬ ernor and not some other person or the betting is still on our Uncle tain of his own home company persons is going to decide whom he Cervera is a great naval genius There is no irood reason why the will and will not commission Gov He is saving more ammunition than Governor should appoint a man like Bradley has hit upon a happy idea any other commander on thewater Sharpley to a position in a company ot discrimination in nrenann- 0 x l Should the Spanish markman of gentlemen in Henderson a sec- - the commission papers The com- Â¬ ship not improve Webster Davis tion of the State holding nothing in missions issued to Colonels will common with the penitentiary have a gold seal under which will hat and Mr Dingleys also would guard whose character has been be tastefully arranged small strips be safe in the war Are you interested in the prices of Ladies and Childrens Slippers There has just been an important so freely ventilated in the press of blue white and red ribbon The It will be found that the salaried Lieutenant Colonels commissions ruling in a Kentucky cour It is BP SO- - this is an opportunity that you cant afford to miss fo close these lines positions will be given to political will bear plain gold seals the Ma- Â¬ that a man cannot be fined twice J out right away we have decided to cut the 1 IN TWO- - All of our ladies and friends of the Governor and it is jors a green seal and the Cap- Â¬ for the same jag Col Smith will be tains and other line officers plain doubtful even if The Pacific Coast is in great uunuicus siipiJtJrs left unmolested It is to be hoped white seal impressions luck in getting its troops to Manila the members of Company D will in Every regiment in the service has a body refuse to become parties to Gen Lee has carried out the sen longed to go to Dewey Our Little riant shoes and slippers are the best wearing goods brought to what appears to be a piece of dirty timental idea of having Gen The naming of a ppstoffice in this to be a Grants grandson Algernon Sar Pennsylvania for him is politics If Company D is scarcely market and every one who has ever tried them will testify the truth of thfs assertion Hopkinsville companv it should be toris on his staff His own son an honor for Dewey Postmaster officered by its own men and not by Fitzhugh Lee Jr will also be one ships are sold in that State less worthy men forced upon them of his staff officers With beans up to 130 there may Gov Bradley in hispublished state They take a cheerful view in occur some lukewarmness in Bos- Â¬ ment tells the people of Hopkins Madrid of the failure of Sampson to tons patriotism The 130 bean ville to make their complaints to keep Cervera out of Cuba ports A touches the Boston pocket seriously Capt Feland and denies that he dispatch says It is now believed WORTH 75c 100 125 and 150 has appointed officers for Co D He the Americans fled in order to With two boards of strategy in session and many able newspaper 3 evaaes tne question oy claiming avoid a reverse rt TlifiT n tinii nmnntiif ic fr advisers Uncle Samuel ought to ganized to take the place of Com It is now given out that Cervera make swift progress in freeing Cu- Â¬ pany u and tnat tnirty members has left Santiago while Sampson ba 250 pairs childrens black kid and tan oxfords worth worth 75c 100 125 and 150 will enlist in the new company If and Schley have left Key West to Â¬ this is the correct statement of the hunt for him A naval battle is ex-Â¬ ton If the world could only eat cotexclaims a Texas writer affair then Hopkinsville has no pected at any time Cant it be ground up somehow so further interest in the new com- Â¬ as to be a useful adulterant for We will also put in this sale our entire line of pany except to feel regret that any Try the Kentuckian for a week Hour black lad and tan of her soldier boys should have seen If you want to stop it then you can button spring heel shoes sizes from 5s to 13s at same big reduction Half Un- Â¬ do so without having to kill the ed- Â¬ There are more Morro castles fit to mix up in such a crowd than most people in the United til the facts are all brought out the itor and burn the office We do we are still selling at prime Eastern States were aware of but in a few Kentuckian will publish the de- Â¬ business on business principles New York Cost weeks there will be no Morro cas velopments fairly and impartially Every issue of the Kentuckian tles lest and give all parties a hearing who desire to be heard One fact how Â¬ has something in it that makes peo Â¬ Britain is a great and powerful ever is now admitted by every one ple want to see it That is why empire but there is one obstacle conversant with the facts Lieut its circulation is growing all the which it seems never able to oyer JL Bassett comes out of it with clean time come That iusurmountable ob- Â¬ hands and the respect of the pub- Â¬ Dont worry your neighbor bor stacle is the letter h lic His bearing has all along been rowinghis Kentuckian when you that of a brave soldier a true pat- Â¬ can get one yourself for only ten Dallas Tex is laughing at a po- Â¬ THE PRESENT liceman whose chickens were all riot and a thorough gentleman cents a week stolen but it is much less to his He recruited the Company discredit than if some one elses first to 103 men and when part were The volunteers mustered in now left he went with the 84 ordered amount to 104000 and still Cuba poultry had been taken THE POST DISPATCH -out and shared their hard tack has not been invaded Between breaking through ice with them in camp When recruits and having avalanches roll upon Is the Only The mauser appears to be no cat them the Klondikers are likely to were again needed he came home St Louis Papei4 and was ready to move with 31 rifle lose more of their number than our Outdoing others Outdoing ourselves in valuo giving Greater Bar new men when he learned that he army and navy in the Spanish war With Its Own Staff Corrospondouta gains Bryan Enlists As a Private more Bargains than ever beroro We nro selling cheaper because at all Points of Interest had been deposed in his absence A Chicago Alderman who has wo are selling more Wo have At Havana There is no better or more patriotic Col W J Bryan Thursday be Mr Sylvester Scovol gan the actual work of recruiting been arrested on the charge of soldier in the State Guard of Ken- Â¬ Hats trimmed in the latest styles ai Aiaunu ueciares tnat ne was tucky than this brave young man the Third regiment Nebraska pro- Â¬ cocK ngnungChicago Mr A E Houghton not there Aldermon nnlj Sailors in all the new shapes and colors 0- r At Washington whoprepared tosacrificelargebusi visional volunteers and by night fall a good start had been made in pear to be suspected of everything Mr Stephen Bonsai Ribbons flowers veilings chiffon and nets for trimming ness interests take leave of his u une topers wno nave derivedi At New York family and go to the front to per- Â¬ the formation of what will be known Have you seen our line of new belts Mr Morton Watkius form his duty as a Kentuckian and as Company A of Lincoln Mr their snakes from alcohol may point Jewel belts leather belts kid gloves corsets Bryan was the first to sign the to the case of Soldier Sawyer vfivo an American THE NEWS OF THE DAY IN muster roll as a private being irot his snake from clear snrinf-waHosiery handkerchiefs etc Bargains speak for themselves one hundred new names sworn in by Asst Adjt Gen Vif terand declares thatthereisnolongJ Nearly THE POST DISPATCH quain have been added to the er safety in temperance beverages The Third regiment it is ex- Â¬ The title of Rear list in the city Admiral con3 15 cents a wook seven dnys if de Â¬ within the last five days and if any plained is looked upon as a part veys to livered by agent 60 couta a mouth the non naval intellect lit- Â¬ if sent by mail mistakes have occurred in getting of the State militia until such time tle idea of promotion There is a names straight on the car- as the President shall call for its notion these abroad that Dewey riers routes please notify us and service and through Mr Bryan of Front Admiral where is a sort WANTED AN inpflwiiocantmnk fighting is of Bomo simple vc Will see that no further trouble has been designed as recruiting J tblnff to patent Trotect your Ideas they may to be clone VfVrPujyUth Wrt JOHN occurs Some of the routes are Colonel by the Governor he will in Â¬ osuu aions Attorneys getting too large for one boy to sist on taking his chances of elec- Â¬ When young Dewey was Hogged D 0 for their i81800 prlzo oner Waalunston handle and until they can be dfc tion in the regular way by the votes at school for trying to whip the jniii you nave seen my new line of imported -- 5 j vided we will do the best we can to of the numbers of the regiment be schoolmaster the elder Dewey With so please our patrons under difficul- Â¬ fore assuming to exercise his au Â¬ sided with the master E SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS thority as senior commanding off- Â¬ clear headed a papa it is no wonder expect to do any pa ties that a little time will remove pouug i u u win souu you iroo aa if u icer There is little doubt that he that he came out right a largo selection of samples from Oo I guarantee QUALITY STYLE and WORKMAN- The Madrid authorities announce will be elected when the voting per roll up All now colorings and Summer Kxcunlon Itntea novoitioa up to date SHIP the best thatmoney can secure that the Cuban insurgents have de Â¬ takes place WE Thol OK Rwill soil su moier FREIGHT We want an PAY Company A is to be composed to make common cided agent cause oxcuroion tickets in every town to sell on eoramisBiou igamst the Americans and the about equally of the Bryan llome Cerulenn Sprintre as follows V and return 80c from largo sample books No capital J IS pS failure to find any army worth Guards and University of Nebraska Dawson Spriuga and return w -i 170 required For sample or partioulara 7 Tl JF of by American scouts cadets most of whom have had mil Â¬ Crittenden Spgs and return SpLnkn 826 address Nof 14 South Main T GiQ Lrlvca tepme colQf to the Madrid itary training Lincoln Neb tel Grayson Sdrfags aud return T at II IM limit in loru fnnull fcK n unyn uui UHVp egram to the Chicago Tribune claim I J M Shbrwood Agt M7 7M NIU m H oft cjearly fixed public opinion will be divided some laying the blame on Capt Fcland and others on Gov eham like all other Kentucky edi tors does not have to be told twice that he has enough Cadiz Tele- Â¬ phone The Daily Kentuckian announc- Â¬ ed at tne start that the daily was an experiment A country publish Â¬ er should be a business man as well The Great Hopkinsville Mecca For Economical Bit vers m Lciterl THE PUBLIC etc v ti up-to-d- ate - - See Our f ear Suits the -- i we v be fit Best Ill latest Styles Remember the PIaceNext Door to Hardwicks - Ladies and Childrens Slippers 2 AT HALF PRICE 200 PAIRS Ladies Plain Needle and Coin Toe Slippers I CUT PRICE 40c 5Qc 65c and 75c 75 CTS Little Giant CUT PRICE 40 50 65 Price REMEMBER Clothing UAMMOTH LOTHIISTGr O SHOE CO - CMS THE PALACE Millinery - Millinery Â¬ Â¬ - Kentuc-KlANs-subscripti- on Mrs Ada Layne Â¬ gwmfmfmtmtnmwmmmmmmmK Dont Do a Thing 1 I WALL PAPER X fc j s k 1 j ee V S Wolf l o ni ti aiior sm J 3 - v l wuui TC1 5 o j ff A kya HERO 0 THE KAVf V f tti l fiirvlVK tleai Ymifrt the liwoft WrsW Uqu Lncinn Young of the United Stato navy ie the sole survivor of which was Ihe warsilip Huron Wrecked at Noggs heud oit the const 0f South Carolina November J34 The big mnh oMvar wao 387 wept onto the breitkprsJ during gale arid when she went to nieces over 100 nven went down to detttn which made it the most disas- Â¬ trous accident in the history of tho American navy In the height of the storm Lieut Young an oilicer named Conway and the quartermaster risked their Uvea in a catamaran to carry a line to shore Tho cigar shaped boat was simply o toy in the boiliugsnrfbutuftcr swim Â¬ ming and pushing it tho tired men finally reached land Notwithstand- Â¬ ing their exhausted condition they broke into a life saving Btation manned a boat und succeeded in sav- Â¬ ing a few men When tho Huron wont down Lieut Young walked until he found a telegraph station and sent the details to Washington Naturally tho news created a tremendous sensa- Â¬ tion and Young was the hero of the hour His native state Kentucky sent him a splendid sword in recogni- Â¬ tion of his scr vices and his congress- Â¬ man succeeded in having him pro- Â¬ moted 30 numbers for his heroism Lieut Young is naturally a fighter and some years later electrified Wash- Â¬ ington society by threatening to whip The dip- Â¬ a well known ambassador lomat went to tho navy department for- certain official data which he wished to send out on the next steam- Â¬ er As a favor Lieut Young volun- Â¬ teered to secure it and when the mat- Â¬ ter was in shape went in search of the minister Not finding him at the em bassy or at his homo ho hied himself to the club flunking tho importance of the affair warranted the intrusion But the minister wns furious What do you mean sir he de Â¬ manded by coming here This isnt the place for businefs Thisdiscourtesy threw Younginto a rage lie flung the papers into the face of the irate diplomat and vehe Â¬ mently promised him a thrashing ii he would come out from the sacred precincts of the club After a sharp verbal skirmish the men parted with- Â¬ out coming to blows Taut cordial rela- Â¬ tions were nover restored and the am- Â¬ bassador experienced a sense of per- Â¬ sonal safety when the big lieutenant went to sea Chicago Chronicle - Invasion My B Next Wetk Washington D C May 21 There Is muclj impatience felt at the delay in landing an expedition on Cuban soil but some strong ar- Â¬ guments may be made to prove that the delay has been of some advan Â¬ tage The strength of the Spanish army in Cuba is variously estimat- Â¬ ed but its effective force cannot be much below 75000 men If the Uni- Â¬ ted States Government sends 4000 regulars to Manila Which seems to be regarded as necessary by Gen- Â¬ eral Merritt and also by the war Department the Government will not be able to spare more than 10 000 or 12000 regulars for the expe- Â¬ dition in Cuba The main reliance must therefore be placed on the volunteer force Fifty or sixty thousand volunteers in addition to the regulars will thus be needed at the beginning of the campaign Â¬ TiiiimiyitiMxipn iiii hum i rmajlfifr i -- 2 BAlLWRkEf RftHT Corrected Dully liy U ii Knurling Hanker Ky nml llrokerlloykliinvlllo Ctilcngo Market gg WWW mmmmmm mnul iYttttdmmmmtp 00 WW MUW Opg Mav Wheat 1 47 I Higt 1 60 I Closing 1 60 35 Cash Wheat July Corn July Oats July Pork July Lard July Ribs 09 35 26 2 30 1 1 11 36 1 11 2H 12 35 5 57 6 22 26tf 12 27 6 47 6 22 6 471 0 20 I 1 5 BFai5iii8igi SHsaagssasrsy cr 03 a 2 trihisa mi a SZr-- g1 2 1 SoiaCgpHjoe B 8 tntJ rTal r Si 2 oV 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tlie trying summer heat of Ginseng per lb 2225 Cuba It may be doubted whether 10c v Honey v many of these troops will be ready Tub waBhed wool 2830c 5 of a for service in Cuba inside Greaed 1820c month No case in- history can be f 1014c Burry wool found of troops sent on an impo- Â¬ Poultry rtant campaignof invasion with such Old chickens live per lb inadequate drill and preparation Hoostors 2c 6c Even the Brigaders have not been Turkeys per lb 4o Ducks appointed and the Major Generals are just beingqldvhotheyjtoare to Grain i S3 command Clover per buBhel Sucht are the arguments Oats home grown per bu 3538c used to show that the Government 35c Corn has nptlost anything bythe delay 95c Wheat In spite of all these difficulties the invasion of Cuba will soon be Live stock Hogs 53350 gin and in a week or ten days the Sheep 250350 advance of an army of occupation 2FiG0d Cattle will land on the island Calves S3504i a It is true that some 93500 volun- Cash prices paid by Hopkiusvillo 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OS i - rrn ccsjq 3 o a 55 5 a to 1 j THE FOSSIL MAN Geological Ago of the Human Race Es- Â¬ tablished Hides and Furs Green hides Pon Ky May 20 Bro Henry Green salted hides Moore filled his regular appoint Dry flint ment at the Christian church here Pons Items From 28 O OO CO CD CD oSS ST3 o 03 1 c5 CD 2 CO B a t E3 u 2 ST CD cTs a f CQ 03 3 tft CO S re Zl ST CO CD n O CO c re 2 cd 13 03 tpa t7 ET 67c fttrPSl gen Hpt B - CO -ft 053 S B --I CD CD - cog -- rB t3 X rD jo CD 4 r cd rr cd rw O IU oi C3 ro m B- 1012c 50c 50c 8c --- oS H Tho existence of the fossil man which had been doubted so long has been proved and the geological ago of The the human race established series of discoveries coming under this Head was opened in the years 1830 40 by tho discovery made by tho French scientist Boucher do Perthes of man made diluvial flint axes in the Somme valley in the north of Franco Since fchen tho researches concerning tho age and tho preliminary history of mankind have become the favorite study of the time and of scholars and thcro has como into being within a comparatively short time a literature on this subject tlio wealth of which can hardly be surveyed The dis- Â¬ coveries in this vast and interesting domain are accumulating from year to year to such an extent as to give rise to a new and successful science of archaeology While on tho one hand this science teaches us that the ex- Â¬ istence of man on earth must be shifted back into hoary ages to which tho historical period cannot be com- Â¬ pared at all it shows us on the other hand that this period considered geo-Â¬ logically i e when compared with the periods of evolution of the earth is of itself a very recent and- now one It is for this reason that the origin of man must bo regarded as the crowning or culminating point of the organic evolution a point bek whole which tho development of theÂ¬ yond S world was no longer carried on by nature but by man A highly desira blo completion of theso studies on tho primal history of the human race was iw supplied by tho great progress of ethnology made possible by Wie enormous traveling facilities of our - last Saturday and Sunday at oclock 11 The Young Mens DebatingSocie ty closed at this place last Satur- Â¬ day night The Sunday School at the Chris- Â¬ tian church was well attended last Mr N O King Sunday evening made a short talk The blackberry briars are full of blossoms There will be a big crop of berries this summer Mr Marshal Long killed a big red fox month On Vegotables Now potatoes per bushel Cabbage per barrel Official 5 25 1 a 22 Sir o o T u -n - s ftO u5c a -o o C00 8 5- CD 03 f cI if n H H TL - 03 CO B r03inremiJa3 CD r- - 3 S cTSi5 - f m o a o o cu Cl t 2 CD otj a 5TP 73 So a o2 b- 5 c to c cs CO -- - s yg coo j 4CD CD td CD to -- 3o - 5 2TftW cLb53 g m en Ct rre O CO oO LO 03 War Book -Â¬ -- 2- - o BJ93 CD the 19th day of this The farmers are busy fixing and planting tobacco this week There never was so many plants at this season of the year The farmers are about through planting corn It has come up very well since the warm weather has come Miss SelenaCavanaugh is in very bad health K f manity He is dispensing nt his old stand tho following popular brands Old Proutico Eurly Times Old Bnr ber Huckley Mehvood McBmyer tho best on earth for medical purpo- Â¬ Tired ses Como und seo mo nil of you nro and Tha children wish mo to ask you who givo wonryrest heavy ladou and I will you to tell them somo fairy stories said Uio politicians wife Polo is to leave Canada to day My dear vm th reply I cant He leaves 8p it X have been tlking to a groat and sail for Madrid behind him an organization of mieti tb obtain information and IArwaira itJbyNvuy pf Londp4 WM p ako aionaratus is obtained which is passing over thosurfaco of tho lens For vry small lenses pointed pieces of olfior pith are employed Mrs Annie Warner of Fruit Hill is at Bowling Green at the bedside Mrs Bud of her sister-in-lais very ill with con- Â¬ Brown who sumption Mr Nick Blankenship of this Valuable Property For Sale place has gone to your city to day Hopson property on South Nick is Thewill be divided tp buy a steam thresher into lots and Main our blacksmith at this place for fale at public auction on offered Honey Bbe June 6 1898 W S Wilsqn Agt Commissioners Sale Monday June 6 1898 11 a m Those desiring to purchase homes Hopkinsville century Ludwig Buchner in Popu- - farm property or to invest in any kind of real estate would do well to iur pmcHop juontniy AND attend this sale on above date as For Cleaning Lenses V there is some desirable property both farms and city property to Lightning For cleaning optical lenses Gor- Fkank Rives I IIII man technical journal recommends be sold Master Comr of the C C C pith For this purpose tho vegetable medulla of rushes elders or sunflow Havo opouod up thoir show lleholil ors is cut out the pieces dried and TM That great Philanthropist roomB fortho season in the pasted singly alongside of one another 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is to befsold without reserve The sale will bsgin at the residence lot on East Seventh street whichhas been divided into three beautiful building lots facing 7th street and five facing Broad street There will also be sold immediately after the sale of the above property a house and lot at the edge of town on 1st street Remember the time Monday at 3 oclock John Stites Executor streot whorobey have a stock r tho latest improved Gas RnugcR For Snlc At Cost Price Or Will Be Rented At tlie Nominal Sum WANTED WOOL To Buy Your Will pay from 12 2 to 20c lb T 0 IIANBEUY F SHR YER PEOPLES WAREHOUSE HANBERY Unilroiul St Botwoon Tonth SHRYER Proprs of 360 Per Year JNO MOAYON f 1 undElovonth HUrJrIINbVILt KY rimpYiZWF jjj Are also agents for thoGEN farCiuoful attontlon givon tp Biunpling nud Belling nil tobacco cousipuwl Mrs Eldriclge Brndslunv and qua Liberal ndvaucea on tobacco in storo All tobacco jusured ubIm DINE WELSBAOH LAMP Misses Dudley of Pembroke were othorwjM instructed i Tlwfinttit Lhiht n fi8Uu8G idifrpflhig in the city yesterdjyt J i v i A j ii- - ViiiA JWjM 4lVitl i NiiiS Ate U ij Jte i y 1 VJWli er jJiHMMiifrlMWi f JMTtlTf Mi MEDICAL MEN TO MEET PERSONAL QOSiHP SUPERVISING BOARD PORfHB I 1 - Tonjorr6w ladies were go Â¬ ing to put on some specials Bpent yesterday in tle city burg The Board of Supervisors of the That Brings Down ill which were sure youll be Will Glass of Church Hill was citv have been in session since Tlfe Beventh semi annual meeting mingling wifh friends in the city interested for your men and Thursday Monday they will com Â¬ V of tile Sotithqrn Kentucky Medical The Business -i boys These Mens good yesterday plete the work of supervising the Association Will be held in this city heavyrseamless cotton socks Â¬ fm Pastor C II Nash will hold the books of the City Assessor ComMay on Tuesday and Wednesday blacks and tans 25c and Bdst Goods Fairest Prices paratively few changes have been 24 and 25 The sessions will be usual services at theBaptistchurch Mens good spring weight made In some instances the Board 4 From miy shelf counter or hclcfm the circuit court rooms The morning and evening Balbriggan Underwear 25c raised the figures of the Assessor of the most 10 Mr C W Ware one sessions will begin promptly at a garment and Boys Dress no propertyholderinthcBoards table in the store we can con- Â¬ prominent citizens of Todd county but oclock each day Shirts white bodies with foomuch opinion has been assessed f tf Tlfc meeting will be called to or- - was in the city yesterday vince you of this colored bosoms laundered Notices will be sent out Monday vder by President A E Gardner of 39c and Mens Laundered announcing that the Board will Patriotic Pajamas Aiorgantown iev w i i uii White ShirtsJ with colored Here Area Few sExaiiiplk sit on or about June 1st for the pur bf Jlopkinsvjlle will open the mcctTr There arc few men women and pose of hearing complaints QbosomB and culls to match W jjfith prayer Addresses ol children that do not carry the na- Â¬ Lj49c Now ladies these are V3 a yflrd al1 wo1 fancy dress goods bargains---Franke- ls vvelcome will be delivered by Mayor tional colors somewhere about their HERE AND THERE bar Â¬ gains and on sale ONLY JiFranjW Dabney of Hopkinsvillc attire The Stars and Btripes are a yard for a line of splendid new noveftics stylish andtty Dr G G Mohdy on behalf seen in neckties belts collars and Campbell sale to morrow at three aim uuu y iof the Christian County Medical badges and is whispcredthatthere If you want nice strawberries Society B Ilarrell of Rus- - arc star spangled horses Dr S Will Make Them Plain dont forget to call on Chas Dattilo Ladies jersey ribbed vests low neck no sleeves sellville will respond to the ad- - It has remained for a Broadway for he always carries a nice line of Operator Jesse Reeves of the Idreses of welcome manufacturer of nightwear to go to them and also a nice line Qf French Postal Telegraph Company has Thereports of various officers and Ladles fine bleached lisle vests faced neck and arms candies No 205 South Main street bought a new 100 Den sinore Type- Â¬ committees will then be read and Mens fine seamless socks fast black and mixtures soft The Campbell sale is to morrpw writer and will hereafter have all miscellaneous routine business will MAKE A MAN OF KIM -- quality fine guage Rain or shine the Sale of the his messages type written be transacted As oon as a boy puts on his Papers of interest to the medical his first trousers he thinks he is Campbell property will take place The Recent Rains Mens handsome madras laundered negligee shirts a man His first little suit sat Â¬ to morrow jprofession will be read at the after A series of heavy rains have fal isfies him that he is at last as noon session At 9 oclock in the Dont fail to attend the- big auc- Â¬ gauge fast bIack seamless hose Equal to old as his father TuT Ladics visiting- physicians will tion sale to morrow at three This len during the last few days and evenjng the to have ii hand in We arc glad there is in consequence a very fine be given a reception and dance by encouraging the little fellow in is a fine chance to buy property fine fast back and tan hose double knee thev3hristian County Medical Socie- Â¬ this ambition by giving them the jDont fail to attend Frankels tobacco season About all of the J-fcqual to 25c goods elsewhere most stylish and tasteful gar-Â¬ Phenomenal Saleof Vitals Brand crop has been planted except where ty for boys the hills were not ready On Wednesday morning the an Â¬ ments that can be made AIinen towpls good size excellent quality Clothing nual election of officers will be read BRING YOUR BOYS TO A leading grocer who inserted yard Simpsons black and white fancy satines and in- and discussed The meeting will OUR STORE TO MORROW alocal in yesterdays Kenttcioan digo blue prints them in 6 oclock in the evening closetibout and let us fit sold before night 125 gallons of Entirely now and first class in all Extra vaue saline strip corsets 2 side steels per-a-- E The present officers of the South on the strength of the respects strawberries Excellent sample rooms Spring urn Jventucky Medical Association feet fitting local Who says it does not pay to md service uuequalled in the city i splendid amoskeag A F C fine dress ginghams in new arei A On Double Car Line advertise TV FRANKELS OF E Gardner Morgantown L P Kxkidereb Props and handsome effects Lieut Wright will arrive at 630 Henderson Ky President Dr J L Ncele Drake cal Association was in Will Complete lis Work MoniUy Seventh 5cmi Aniiual Meeting of Mr P Giles of llcntllon yesterday the city on business and Adjourn to June i the Southern Kentucky Medi- Â¬ Col S S Lowry of Garretts WOMEN Ammunition r I 111111111 2JQ TO MORROW 4 ftO JC v - Qp IOC s - 1 40 C Kpa U -- J P0 9idlerts kj IOC Hotel Henderson Stylish Apparel ZLZLp If I Qp J MM fWff irfP the limit in patriotic apparrel In Siai3SiSii his window is represented a waxen I man dressed in pajamas made of G the national flag There is an admiring crowd around the window most of the time and a Clothing The Russellvillc Herald Ledgei speculative look can be seen in the Kmssmms TIME TABLE eyes of young wives as they pause has changed to a six column quar for a few moments indicating that ot A C59 Order Brick Ice Cream for din- Â¬ there will be many a New York Disturbed the Peace No 331 No 302 jj No 37 husband wearing Old Glory for a ner to day Acom Will Guynn and Henry Miller night robe before many days have LvHopklnavlUc dally daily Acom Galbreath Ennis daily dally a couple of colored boj s were before passed New York Journal HopklnHvllloG60ain 210pm 4 30pm Gov Bradley in refusing to issue Lv Princeton Vr lTii1rp Pnnslnr vnstrHnvj rhnrifpri 808 a in 85pni c 46pm IShhnPbaXm y 0 70 pm ir Henderson wnn uisturoing tne peace i lew Cumberland Presbyterian church a requisition on the Governor of Illi Â¬ VrKvanavllie 800 pm r Loulgvlllo 1000 pm tweeks ago these festive youths fired Dr DeWitt will be absent at Pair nois fora man charged with a cap- Â¬ Vrladucah 1100am 640 p m 820 pm 8l8um ital offense gave as his reason the Vr Memphis pistols and otherwise violated the view Ar New Orleans 810 am 7 49pm fear that the mans life would No H55 Noaoi No 333 aw on the Pairview pike near the Arllopkinavllle Acom daily Acem be in danger in Kentucky The Another Spanish Spy dally Asylum Guynn was fined 250 dly 815am Governor certainly entertains a LvKvansvlllo liV Henderson dismiss- 0 02 a m and costs and Miller was New York May 21 A man said Lv Princeton COO am 12 45pm rOOpm Â¬ to be a Spanish spy and a deserter very poor opinion of his own abil- Ar Mopkinsvllle 8 80am 160pm 720iim Train NoUOJ has through oliaircar and ulcei ity to maintain order in the State from the First United States Ar- Â¬ orlrom Irincoton to Nuw Orleans via Mem Â¬ i2 Rnnd Overseers Among the many elegant iloral phis M to be a prisoner tillery is reported E SHKuvvoort To the Orders were entered in the Clerks on Governors Island According tributes senjb by absent friends for W A KKI1OKI1 A Agt PHopklnsvlllo Ky IF A Louisville Ky office yesterday appointed J W to the story told the man was ai thejeasket of the late Mrs W A Garnett overseer of the new road rested by Secret Service agents on Wilgus was an especially hand- - OOAS OATLETT CLABENOE HAHRIS recently opened from Casky Station Broadway For we will fight the ship while a planks afloat or a man some one from Mr and Mrs Jno to the Clarksville pike and E W CATLETT HARRIS While being transferred to Gov H Millikcn of Louisville survives Now is the time for action as it is daily being proven Woodburn overseer of the Wood ernos Island on board the Gen Formerly with Forbes A Bro Polo Quits Us burn road from the Greenville road Hancock the prisoner is alleged to that to the victor belongs the spoils and to the poor house Montreal May 21 Polo de Berii- have Hung a packet of papers into Our customers have been afforded an opportunity to secure the bay but the boat put back and abe and suite sailed on the Domin- Â¬ Rev Edmund Harrison will the papers which the spoils in as much as we furnish them with by far the best it is asserted ion line steamship Dominion today preach for Dr DeWitt to day at the Wo havo concluded to fjo into bus goods comprised detailed plans of the har for the money inoss for ourselves and offer our ser Teachers Examined bor defenses of New York which Colored S S Convention vices to tho public nt th most reus were addressed to the Spanish Con- Â¬ At the Clay Street School build Â¬ onnblo prices Paper hanging n aper The District Sunday School Con Â¬ sul at Montreal were recovered ing yesterday the examination of alty All work guaranteed vention of the colored Baptist applicants for teachers certifi Â¬ Leave ordors nt Gub Youngs church closed Saturday afternoon Telephone 84 2 riuga Dont fail to attend Frankels cates was continued under the di- Â¬ after a successful session of three Phenomenal Sale of Vitals Brand rection of the county superintend days Visiting ministers will fill Clothing ant Better Be Safe Than Sorry all of the pulpits uf the colored The topers who have derived The Thickening of the Plot churches to day as follows Those who insure with ub uro safe tMaiu street Baptist church Rev Key West Pla May 21 The their snakes from alcohol may point und those who take cheap John to the case of Soldier Sawyer who Assessment Wm II Leavell of Princeton at insurnuce seldom fail to Is still our motto and we maintain the fight against all prologue has been spoken and the got his snake from clear spring compcli wa be Horry m curtain is about to rise on the iirst tered declares thatthereisnolong A steady bombardment has effected some of our out ports tion Rev Win Foster of Earhngton Long Kelly Blgrs act of the drama This is the un- Â¬ er safety in temperance beverages at 3 p m but has left some of our main lines in tact and we arc still for- Â¬ GIANT INSURANCE AGENCY Rev J B Anderson of Madison wavering opirtion of the naval men tified with big lots of sonville at 730 p m here Deweys brilliant achieveiiim ment at Manila is regarded as a Virginia street church Rev L separate episode San Juan is al Â¬ m The Columbia Chainless C Major of Trenton at 11 a in Rev I J Jordon of Nashville at ready a memory and the sporadic en- - Dr L RTra bue IDlkton Treasurer Dr B W Smock Louisville Secretary Tlie local Committee ments is composed of Dr F M tites J B Jackson and R L Woodard The entire County Medi- Â¬ cal Society is a committee on rc ception and entertainment KyVice President Wednesday morning and remain that day only to recrutmen for the first Kentucky cavalry regiment Dont fail to attend Prankels Phenomenal Sale of VitalsBrand JJ RAILY Effective Dec 97 hm JJo -- v Nail the iViast Colors Vr PAINTERS PAPER HANGERS NO -- SURRENDER la Â¬ iiiiiiiiiiii Is a Grand Success 3p m WEAR RESISTER Rev J M Fisher of Henderson at 730 p m iiiiii OURWiN DOW DBSPLAY Gives you an idea of the character of goods SHOES FOR MEN AT Colored Methodist church Rev J M Mitchell the pastor morning -- 200 PAIR and night but a closer inspec- Â¬ tion is necessary to a full appreciation of Ui Mens Suits 375 Choice of 50 Mens Black and Blue Twill f their beauty Leader shoes for ladies at 150 pair Elegant silk vesting top shoes for ladies at 200 pair fBITYours for peace or war and always for trade FRANKELS counters along the Cuban coast are accepted as merely preliminary skirmishes tentative rather than decisive The meeting of two great hostile fleets is the pivotupon which the situation turns and that a few days perhaps hours will bring them together is the universal view here at the base of operations Dont fail to attend PrankelB Phenomenal Saleof Vital Baand Clnrbinr t Mi i IK it Pi iff Hr- Chcviott Suits single breasted round and De square corners pendable made There is none better at 6 Your money back if they dont suit you Â¬ PETREE COMPANY jjf and tho only chnlnlosa that has given success and tins proven it self ho Wo have them on exhibition m well ns a uumbor of Co Â¬ lumbia make of cliniu whools from 25 to 75 all kniUH Wo do all pairing ciKUvlimuumuMkinds of oxpert repairing all work Vi jjiuj-uh- vo THE DAILY KENTUCKIAN If cMmMtL9 i UlUHUltJa HUH flo- - promptly done and Vo Give us a call arohondquartern for Gas Bicycle Yours to plcmq lamp FRANKEL - E M MOSS cw f b CO itr r MwmMMMMMHHMMMMMM mh Only 10 Cents a Week 1W DtMypmd vat jpur door hv Mr eUckmW