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VOL 1 qt nw NO 50 i HOPKINSVILLE KYf FRIDAY AFTERNOON STRIKE JUNE 24 1898 FRIOE 2 CENTS GREAT Five MAY BACK DOWN Thousand Miners Throw Permission May be Given to u Down Their Picks t Germany to Land Marines i BOAT earing a Flag of Truce Locates liobson 1 To Leave the Trenches Are the Dons They are Waiting For Shatter To Attack Them The fall of Santiago in ten Special Baquiri Cuba June 24 evi Â¬ days is predicted by one of Gen Shatters aides The Spanish are an dently determined to remain in the trenches near Santiago and await out attack Thus far they have refused every attempt to drive them Pennsylvania Coal Diggers Want to Be Paid Living Wages Special Sharon Pa June 24 Between 4000 and 5000 coal miners struck here this morning on account of the wage scale at the miners camp All of the mines have placed armed deputies on duty and trouble is feared 1 the Adminstration Said to Have to Occupy Manila Strong Peace Talk at Madrid In the chamber of Deputies yester Â¬ Special Madrid June 24 advocating the open- Â¬ day Senor Robledo delivered a powerful speech if the gov Â¬ ing of direct negotiations for peace with the United States ernment wanted peace The Powers would want brokers commissions if they undertake to effect peace In the Senate Gen Campos said he would be ashamed to abandon Cuba when 150000 Spanish soldiers exclusive of volunteers were pro pared to resist the attack of the invading Americans John Bull Sells Us a Boat - The British steamer Norse King Special Baltimore June 24 has been sold to the government as a water boat and sailed to day for Norfolk Va expedition I spheduled to leave Monday will probably be delayed until Wednesday h Slow work in securing transportation causes the delay lu A L Same Old Story of Delay to The third Manila o vw v3Ull to ItllJloW TfxifRneciin Morris Has a Broken Piston Special Washington June 24 It is stated here that an under standing has been reached between the American and German govern ments by which il it is necessary ito protect consulates and foreign residents Germany will land a force of marines at Manila with the CORTES WILL ADJOURN permission of the United States to be withdrawn as soon as the ne- Â¬ A Stormy Time Expected In the cessity for their presence has Special Washington June 24 The Navy Department received Spanish Capital passed a dispatch from Sampson this morning saying that he sent a message rti CIRCUIT COURr N Special Madrid June 24 under a flag of truce and learned that Lieut liobson and his comrades news from Santiago has The latest arc well and are now confined in Santiago city four miles from Morro One Case Tried and Several Orders castle The officers believe that Sampson having settled definitely that created a profound impression and flade caused great alarm The attacks Hobson is not in the fort will proceed to bombard and demolish the on the government in the Chamber Morro fortifications to day No cases of general interest have powerful confusion in also created been heard in Circuit Court to day Lively scenes the public mind Capital The case of Dr S J Rolla Budget of News from are expected at the elbsing of the againsbll C and S D Herndon Leading Republicans think Con- Â¬ Special Washington June 24 Cortes to day It is reported also was tried and judgment rendered gress will adjourn by July 9 An agreement on the Hawaiian questioa that a cabinet crisis has been jointly against the defendants for is expected by Monday reached S64 and ajrainst II C Herndon The State Department pronounces as absurd and ridiculous the Lynched in Tennessee alone for 35 story that all of the Spanish speaking South American republics will Double Springs Tenn June 24 M D Brown vs Dr R L Brad- Â¬ combine ajrainst the United States Chas Washington colored who ley continued Secretary Long has sent a letter to Lieut Hobson commending his recently assaulted Mrs Ward near St MitSowell vs Winston Henry heroism Mine Lick Putnam county was damage suit for2000for the break Â¬ lynched at Mine Lick Thursday ing of a well rope dismissed Suez Canal Headed Toward He was captured near Dayton and The important damage case of Special Consul General Grillet at Al- Â¬ Washington June 24 lodged in jail at Cookeville but was Miss N Gertrude Lucas vs L taken from prison by a mob and railroad company for 25000 tried giers this morning cabled the State Department that the English ship Hampton sighted a Spanish squadron bound east Wednesday off Pantel hanged The negro said that he last termind a re trial given was leria There were fifteen ships including transports with troops and had escaped from the New Jersey penitentiary after serving only a called and continued until next three torpedo boats Four vessels have joined the squadron since it left This is the Gibraltar There appeared to be no doubt that it is going to short time He confessed his guilt Tuesday morning the most interesting case now on the The lynching was witnessed by Philippines docket 3000 people Y Hot in Morro Castle and Samp on Will Bombard V the the TWENTYFIVE KILLED AUSTRIA IN IT Off A on Thousand Spaniards Routed 24 Santiago June Special of The torpedo boaf Morris arrived Special New York June 24 A Lively Brush With the Spanfrom Newport this morning with a broken piston It will take five days to make the necessary repairs One of Her Steamers Will Join Thursday occupied the town Lawtons brigade of 4000 men Juraqua About 1000 Spaniards ish Column Camaras Fleet No evocuated the town Several Cubans were wounded in the skirmish f i The Enemy Beaten Back With 75 A bill has been introduced in the Killed and Wounded Special Washington June 24 to the Senate granting the right of way through the Indian Territory Left Behind Western Railroad Kansas and General deficiency bill reported in the Senate Senators continue to Chicago June 26 Special offer amendments Prom a Washington special information has been received that the The Rowen Spanish have been driven back was tried from the woods about Baquiri and The torpedo boat Special Seattle June 24 the last of the American artillery this morning and made 25 knots an hourT is now ashore The march to Santiago will begin immediately In the position carried by Gen Shatter AA since landing the Americans found H35KfcW twenty live Spaniards dead and W No Americans fifty wounded m ilbJbM KiUii a OIL ft The Cubans are dri were killed ing the Spaniards into Santiago 1 with fierce guerrilla fighting The insurgents are distinguishing them9 selves for gallant conduct Â¬ Congressional News loDay Will Sail Wednesday Doubt That the Cadiz Fleet Has Started for the Suez Canal Special New York June 24 A Journal dispatch from Rome says the Austrian steamer Aruin has sailed for the Suez canal to join Ca Â¬ maras fleet enroute to the Phil Â¬ ippines Special San Francisco June 24 sail on the Newport next Wednesday SHED WALLACE Gen Merritt has decided to PULLED Â¬ NEW WHEAT CROP Local market Will Open 60 Cents Officer Wadlington Makes an Im- at About portant Arrest Last Night Shed Wallace col is Fast charged with Â¬ Jen Â¬ FIRE AND THEFT breaking into a railroad car at Earlington June 14 was arrested here last night by Officer Wadlington lie was taken to Madisonville this morning by L N detective WS8B3r m Mfcf KVP T14 mSL Wl Wk M A INI ms iTOrasa jpmiIlk Harlan to have an examining trial A Colored Mans House Burned Wallace lives here and is a son of and His Meat Stolen the old man who got his head cut off two or three weeks ago at the Special N switch Herndon June 24 rock quarry on the L The in dwelling house of Abram Brame col near this place was destroyed by fire last night with Several hundred all its contents pounds Quacon rescued from the BE HERE WEDNESDAY was binoke house also burned No clue stolen during the night Recruiting Officers in Search of has been discovered as to the ori Fillers For the Third gin of thefire or the theft of the Regiment meat Â¬ this city No new wheat has yet been re Â¬ ceived on the local market and the millers have not settled upon an opening price further than to say that it will probably open at about CO cents Several crops have been threshed and some receipts are ex- Â¬ pected tomorrow There seems to be no doubt that the fears of a light crop are well founded The yield will be far below the estimate and the quality not of the best f iWILL irEVER JlljH V - v FORGET IT Inthe Tenth District The recruiting officers fqr the Spec- Â¬ Third Kentucky Regiment were at West Liberty June 24 Mudisonville yesterday and se- Â¬ ial Aftier a day of wrangling- the cured 24 men who were sent to Congressional Convention was or Â¬ Cliickamauga They are at Prince- Â¬ ganised last night by the ton to day and vill be atPaducah forces by the election of D to morrow W Gardner of Mogolfin chairman Sergt Frank Prowse who is one The convention met this morning Qfthe recruiting officers will be and is still in session The contest liere Sunday night and the other of- Â¬ is a very warm one ficers will arrive in time to open the Pugilist Joes to War office here Wednesday morning for Special Chicago June 24 only Those who want two days Â¬ Frank Girard pugilist has en Â¬ the to go into the companies as at pres ent made p will have an opportu Â¬ listed in the Second Illinois Infan Â¬ try as a private soldier nity to enlist on those days nnti-Fitz-patrick Fight Over Blackberries High way Robbery near Clarksville Ransdall Olliver was cut on the Will Sanders a well - known arm and shoulder with a knife by painter and paper hanger of this Foster Shelby in Montgomery coun- city says the Leal Chronicle was ty Tenn Tuesday at noon says waylaid and robbed aboutlloclock Both boys last night while returning from the Clarksville Times They Port Royal He drove out to call are about 14 yearb of age had a scuffle over a bucket of black upon a young lady and had just berries when the Shelby lad used started on the return journey to the his pocketknife with bloody effect city It was necessary for him to The gash was about eight inches go through a deep wood and while long and it required six stitches to in the darkened shadows of the trees Â¬ Â¬ i Physicians do anticipate any serious trouble A warrant to result however charging asbnult has been issued for Shelby but he has not yet been sew up Hie wound not-- arrested In the noted Todd county case of Small etc vs Reeves etc the Court of Appeals has taken back Judge Landesopinionand reversed the former opinion setting aside a judgment of sale of land of Wm Small on the ground that Small was of unsound mind two men stepped into the road One a white man grabbed his horse and the other a negxo pulled him from the buggy Sanders ofÂ¬ fered resistance and a struggle en Â¬ sued the white man coming to hia A partners assistance The negro Sanders over the head struck knocking him senseless The men then went through his pockets relieving him of 275 in cash and a few articles of small value Mr J B Foley hasreturnedfromi Owensboro feeL it jtAvs rmji IBP r -- WJJ NippilllllHIII lIIIWVllH lllllITwrT - sMMnnHasanpi il3 hc Wmty ftentucftian FfM wary anr i wr cauo at yauAstuac as at aute r THE JfeWL CAJKTJMP HfekwMMt fVewig s Lite Iff - Tn it ri a jtm tf fc fer PrafecesMffs Loses OhC tacxsrsmtTEOL Pee Tuz IrE J ThE LAST ROMDJj TBe iraraense stock of clothing sfaofcs and farnishinjir goods Is fast disapneariiit Shoe Cos store Yefc we have some eIeaD eoodq - ermscxiFTiov jtACTS Pm lUinL vbd iSr wMkMM9SS9E jriS Xmtsacz jw Aac 4 - 1JB0 Aoirjutar 4V krot JelMt ia Vt CEaray iarisg- a tatcg tnse jettiag a ca4et for tie 2HaTOH Acad 1 at the Mammoth Cfothlnsr taty Tpra braaaiss t hces Isacrigce Here are a few wraA things thjprare attracting attention -- dL JLJargaiae jtratappoiaSigJE the wel mof P ft ckisA mem fy Conzresskmal Conventfcnu The oifici calf JwmksI hy thedh Iff Oarrff mUtk irict caiwfot at ite iMttisg1 is 4 ra jl30firifC Apcff 19 wa ai Jtf-19VK v ex the pfrjftkal appa4awai alebraL d Croat ttasc c the alternate trkd ami iaAei Bsioa tulei leariog onr house every day Tica tse c that V are Ttxlhnggan Uaderinixte eoid all orerftowaatdHte Pfi-C est Charfia Owembwv wemt Baaac ordered thai da taned this ttcas M Sr CJardr irij fihcStkdar f Jmwv 1396 at2 Dr J H HkktGMia ricdhred a M hi 1rm i 6fcck pw a 4as4ani to r telegram fno s where he Ti m ti E ILtUI XC CKB TKIBE hM oe Caris tWat in 1 Ahc f if a r- -mi Ml IM BBMUI WS L -- till INK ctsct of tiK a 4wdjiBe fwr the ad t ac Ddewr nv diKtiict at the annal Toting pfcure a tatia that he warn dtrofag- Imm fc fKt atach i 1 better Sr precinct conventam for the purmc Hm fatfeer MnroA M Satracior io VrnV am there f Wf to a owntjr fcaow if Cbri had SiSaa1 jacaed n A npfmuiiux delegate WilrVr t Se at W cpnTentton which will m turn p acconat of pfaycxl rtbll gtfpr the hzrct9g4 dawakr He w--i- fpwnt defecate to a dtwtrkt So received a reply as iaKpqsfc fr Phy ith it r cation called to nonwaate avJJemo- - iMcal ejcaanaataM fci tttere Boy i irhcre K Dr Ctonlj cratic candidate for Congr J3 protrtbI tj howeiua Lkw t dssEsab9aeT s Each precinct haH fee alfow Dr Hicmaa sBf Co k Cfirr2m ftl eer neaqrae voiie wr caca ca ip a I nr iir ehlejpitir reprtiTttotffiJ iaTT-b- - m-v4MMMate for rm tcthm We rotea and ratonore 29 caat for home yon itt pro id nrooanty stay the Bryan elector la tJuit he sV in to Urn ed thtt each prectnt Hhaa bare at th ditrict out TJisnwrntagJdgf5 H Can- MMaMulc mngnana ot Menaersoacaae crer cj br t A TfnecnU3AvtM Wlnle fctant one delegate rOte X tht vote of the to see w Clardy t try to get di- another trial for fcfe nAtkma r epmimtitm he d not tr county aball be prjraiid or z in the rided in och a awenaer a to ex- - event Hickman coaejf J fee He twrt tlsw tsu WB mtoti as went ont to Xerseadj Jd 1jSee the rrAxr hi caw pren the win iked sown by their p1a the precinct Conerenan and ftlrsaybe that So dntrict in Out Uiw-rtfteent a more kooewt and conrention Tfc representation of young Cunningbare kt0f Jbe jnTen td- Slate ha ausnv4 litkfol repreaeotatire than ha the several coowtfep fc herebr fixed another chance is SewKraber delegate eie of Ibr StaU t upon the baift of toe each 300 rote cast for Bryan r aardf ay irefl i b will recti etkepla- - electors in 1056 U that AU peroanV Rapport the It were 4 elJ doe 4ft of a pity that trtrj numhtr si both Bryaa electorn fa 436 and all perÂ¬ xzmuiTs or iTZSTEKgAMgHJAaaBS Wite wao not a faithful earnest sons who desire ft -cne into the Washineton S LoalsSllf thi go4 regular Democralffc1- oran izatioa Cleveland 4 d hooet a ha he HoaUer icerely wiahea and who will agreeto support the jnaa The ancinaatti 13 o viSKJ oe nominee of the convention and all HAh a J and happr tine jet jr i Lutinu k a v c u wiKjrs j who ar not 21 year of 4 earth aiKl with to pern honor ret 4- SL Louis 7 Philad age who will be entitled to vote at Bofeton 5 Chicago- aW to him the Koreciherdkction 10S and nomiaghip who will of HOW THEY i iffamea tfyer writtenthe Irtter to a nee of theagree to support thecalled Â¬ convention herein a vwr York ha Clubs Lost Jfrieml ia Troy K Yf front which hall be entitled to Tote in sak pre- Â¬ Cincinnati 19 cinct conrention th fotUmmg extract wa taken Boston 20 i and hi men fought The delegate chosen ntsaid pre Clereland BotMKM sSrOf1 i - brarely to cat their way back to cint conrention on June 25th hall Baltimore nr5Jailing many paniars um m weei is county conventions at their Chicago 2o and they were ffclHatootronf ana respective county seats at 2 oclock Pittsburg iPBQlv 25 carried borwara 1893 and 2Jew York oseri of war The Spanish cap- Â¬ p m Monday June 27tb EHLnBflBf Cokm came appoint delegates to a difitrict con- Â¬ tain of the Cristobal 28 Philadelphia 5wjteM to this ship bearing a fla of truce vention herein called to assemble in Brooklyn 30 tJMj- of and told the Admiral that all Â¬ r -- 35 but without the city of Henderon on Wednes- St Louis i2 oil r men were ahve 2QKF 36We eat them clothes day June 29 1393 at 1 oclock Washington ckHhe He also p m money proiriion and Louisville x p5T aid that our men fought like de The representation of the ev Tnonn and killed many of their men eral counties in said district con- Â¬ SCHEDUIK TOR TO DAl that the Spanish Admiral aid be vention shall be a follows Chris- Â¬ Philadelphia at Louisville er aw ucb bravery and kisÂ¬ net d ereryone of tbem on the fore tian 16 Davies 25 Hancock 5 ovwHivn at vnicagu Henderson 20 Hopkins 17 Mc- Â¬ Washington at Cincinnati head Lean 7 Union 16 Webster 12 Baltimore at St Louis The Court of Appeals has settled Xecessary to choice 59 and a New York atXJleveland the contest orcr the PrxwonCommih fraction Boston at Pittsburg won and the new board will enter The court holds upon it dutie HookinsviHe Produce flarket1 Carlisle and Stone rfTi that the prton law as passed was Ex Congresman W J Stone and Cash prices paid bv Hopkinsville valid except a it applied to the former Secretary John G Carlisle 5 merehaiitF tx year term of Commissioner Fin are figuring in a case at Philadel- Â¬ Baeou S4 nell Tha court held hi term was phia on trial before Judge Fergu rr c Hams coiintry onlv tfood for four vearH The com- Kn Col Stone want half of a20 Sbouldors George 000 4J5Jc rniiwionerK are Mesr fee for which Edward W Sides 57c Kichardnon and Finnell Ayers as agent is suing the Rich- Â¬ Lard 67c ard Wistar estate The fee js for Coniitry Governor Wolcott of Maachu Produce securing a change of the Govern- Â¬ v utter MetU ba decided to appoint Gen immc ment mint site on to a lieutenancy in the 7liIK 8c Eg8 As to ex Secretary Carlisles JPifth regiment which will go to the Xejv feathers 23dc knowledge of the matter his depo Â¬ r f f rani in rennonw to Uie necond call BeesWax 1821c sition sets forth that his only reason igMi Jnr troop from V resident McKinley for effecting the change of mint site Talfewlb Ginseng pr S2225 Owinj to the illness of Major If from Broad and Cherry streets pc 11 McClelland hi daughter JJis the Wistar property to Spring Tubvahod wool - rf26c Mary will probably deliver the ad Garden street was Congressman 8c Greabed dresH at the unveiling of the picture Stone representation to him that f en Jcb Stuart A Richmond a spring of water under the former Y ehiuljufelive ppr lb 8c would endanger the mints founda- Â¬ Va to day 2c Jtooster8f tion and that a th Wstar ob v The Democrat of the Kleventh jected to selling to the Government Grsiu Clover Mr bushel jS3 no Iwpe of overcoming there would be vexatious litigation dihtnct have erv 12KjO Com c a Republican majority of A Sign Painter5 Luck V 7ifc Wheat but all tht same they have nrninatBig Buct 1 lc win of IFy den to mak now hiluck has come to a pmate Corn shelled camp at Chickamauga says for Oingre Live btock an axcliange A day or two ago eorwiir VUtUJK va8 TJie call T lion William M private Alfred J Lewis of Compa Â¬ Shooft Wit 52 5QCT3i5 lined to run ir Congrea y the ny L Firvt West Virginia regi h CmUMX fmam L t i i received a telegram from er creautu quiie a jri miHcnii It Colvoa S3G0W1 atlr in poJititil irelea Wediiaitday Xuw Orleans nnnouncwK the death II id and VSUrs if JMr Kead nv attending court at of his mother Lewis is the sole GrttQu VaV hidga heir to the famou Long View plan- Â¬ Btyan Oreon Halted Jildog tation fifty miles from New Or Â¬ ifl 1Q Dry flint f in St James Parish Louisi- Â¬ One American Mnr wii killed leans on thtt Tarfaa wink- the nllipH WWC ana on the Mississippi river Jt is Vegetables Now potato per bubuelyMQo ungngUigUlprtepuniHii batteriftb to an immense plantation one of the CablMgi ppbpad vfflfu cwver the hinging o Shuftern men largsst and richest in all the South wan tltral casualty Besides this valuable property WntermBlutis i Till Leu is comes into tliu possession of 83HBJtj Florida L t Jn Michigahaid South Dakota 910000 in cash Lewie 1b a young the Dcnwitrate Silver KqniblicHiir man of about 30 a sign painter by Flour jituflrIatqnt pqrbbl ind Popiilihtu agtln agmd upon trade Stimflard TlOO r Ijbl Futiipn ticket aiuLwill go in to win Mr liucona Funeral Oay1 tire Gold Koptnjltoanh over The remains of the late Wm J L ft i beret a4 resteniay 3aaj ef xasna- cne-- j Mcwarclj Cofctwl Shhfs wertb 10 Our Price CIQQ sokl at 0c Sfaaff Heary Cheriot Work Shirt Cbforett Shut ifea Fancy wit boat collars wiib and a II a rrtan scM iarefQai ysernrfesaw iiat4aKtfab soft end Negligee laundried worth f0c eofd 40c 35c 65c Scrireaa Elastic Drawers at SljCO Our GbUdreos Shoes end slippers sokl at SlXKJ Our 50c 65c CSdrs Sbees and Slippers GaUdrvars Shoes sold at 125 Onr ann Slippers sold at 150 Onr 75c 99c tfc aa iik i acd sizes Oar Price JLiHy Braciett Jc Co s 55 09 Mens Shoea Onr x v Ldks 1 0 Kid Shoes lace and button all toes 1 - - - awto 16 Onr Leading Brands of S3 00 Shoes all styles Our Price k -- 350 225 Ha - fcfctrtbat1l dlzti lr 1 JrjiikertMU ofh same extra JAKlyAJ2N Uur g45U 500 and 00 S3 nO nncl 400 lines at 200 Afur lines at 300 Our Goods in proportion If you want the best and cheaDest suit vou ever boucrhf onll in at once as this sacrifice cannot hold on always -- Clothmer VJL r inoaremirirens UljUlJlirvLr we haye made - r- the v iiecnrf dtrrt Ktckj oi BrooklI aar oi Balft MAMMOTH SHOE CO OLOTEOOSTGTremendous Sacrifice I - IN NEW GOODS 1 f S mtrx JO WETZS STORE The Great Hopkinsville Mecca For Economical Rtivers ik pv -- THE PUBLIC ing etc before making their purchases t rrn rfm Liilitpntc Kr - J Is invited to inspect my large stock of Spring Dry Goods Everything nevr and up-to-d- ate otioiis Clotli I t4 2- in all SEE Our Dandies Ready-To-- f ear Suits All Latest Styles Next Door to Hardwicft IS n m They made by the best tailors and from THE BEST OLOTH N SHOI B we have tie Best GIVE US A CALL AND WE WILL PLEASE YOU REMEMBER THE PLACE SAM BOYD -- w The Present Crisis THE POST DISPATCH Is tlic Only St Louis R P TUEXEY - nonfe CERULEAN fsf Paper th -- ii - With Its Own Staff Correspondents at all Points of Interest At Havana Mr Sylvester Scovel At Madrid Mr A E Houghton At Washington Mr Stephen Bonsai At New Yor- kMr Morton Watkins THENEWS OF THE DAT IN SPRING kJl TRIGG COUNTY KYBOYD - TURNEY Proprietors This famous health and pleasure resort the oldest in Western Kentucky j is situated on the Ohio Valllley branch of the Illinois Central railroad 161 miles from Hopkinsville aud M miles from Princeton -- jt ml THE POST 15 DISPATCH Â¬ NOW OPEN Wotel Accommodations Unsurpassed Sulphur and Chalybeate Water in Abundance Six trains daJljoudi neuueeu utucn rjrei ojubs xiuiiau xjauci JiuipioyeU for tue scasuu m IP cents ni week seven days if delivered by agent 60 cants a mouth if sent by oiujl i rn niw KBMjyaprsr3BwisiiflniipgM L rai7I t - N TIME TAQLt 315 a m UrlG TRAINS S0DTH VZrits For Ratas600 a m 518 pm - 7y jf No No Nu Nu 55 58 51 fJl HopUjnfiville Ac Fjyjt Line Fast Mail NO Limited VnAiNs Th 0K vlv pm 1tj u A Scoy A Treas Hiiw BA OuAwronp enl fny6icc vs Silver Dick ttlnnjlKJinit again btn re noinJnnted ui tw JSiHh WiHhquii diutrlcl for UifdEJMjL con- nuCWilyu term Ileliaa been bdalcn jn 26 yenrw ntf Bacon who died at Imboden Ark Jo Ntshvlllo AccommoflftlloB does iot run on will arrive utGracey to night and laudar the funeral and burial will take morrow in the day for thlCon- - North boaml St Loulu mul Chlattpjo Kgt To troln have hr6ugh tralas solid and sleperi place at 2 oclock to morrow after- - grcMoQahprimarlGH OhtcaKO Lut Dempjata offt7nq and fit only at ImjiorUut statloni Mps noon at the old Bacon homestead j dont fail to attend your precinct md roialHjw Iia irwgU raliman elwp- - Clover pnr owl Good Timothy fff No No No hB5c No 0 Hopkinsville Ac 825 p m 46 FaBt Lino 9i8 p m 92 52 5fl StLuj Er Nonm Chicago Limited 936 a in mnil Excelsior Do mil 1018uin Steam Laundry IN0lKrOKATJO kindf Laundry atd - - Dy work -- nd Solicit Vour Fatrong of tho irlpoints city Agouti wantedAttl DieoftUatai librl tribuUry to ray dretw nil Wfo will call for and deliver your work coininuniaUo nnr that place I conventions iO r a Excelsior SteMi Uwiiry Co i r J XiAtXwu 1 hJ LJ k v 3j r y1 iiiSAtiiijjJiJZTl jwk WitAki4iij ii iftSu m COAST n JAMES MADISONS DIPLOMA l T OT DEBASE GttlS mr H the tfotit tHcnivtuiUvo J nF 111 WHf iuIl ivi 6p4Mdi4 Record of Future PrealdoHts Scholarship A valuable rolio camo to light in The Kentuckiaii FOR FBEE v And lite New MatliewH Scwixig Machine ONLY- 1 Yeax ffiftl rt is nininmiiil that Dr It J Ont- llnir of Hartford Conn tlie Inventor siiiuujiMv Of tlie UUIHJlgthrough r Cleveland litw a jcv tyfee Â¬ of big cortBt ddlctise gun for the gov nt Washington It will be stib ernment lected to rt test of 108000 pounds to tho 1 at Ty fii llln it smvk lf hfe WoeUlv lsjijSw 70 yenrs of age V IB I iv Prison unt cmateti nun in iu e in jjr 1 the transfer of the treasures of tho congressirinal library to its beautiful new building Far down in the chaotic mass of engravings maps old newspapers and various productions of the brains and pencils of long ago was found a piccp of parchment yel- Â¬ low with age winch every American will be interested to read about and every son of Princeton anxious to ecc It is a historic document tho college diploma of James Madison the fourth president of tho United States In spite of its grent age 12G years this memento of pre rovolutionnry timo is as perfect as it was on the 7th day of October J 771 when it was proudly received by the young patriot from the hunds of tho famous Dr Witherspoon then president of the college of New Jersey soon to be a signer of the declaration of inde Â¬ pendence of whom John Adams said lie is as high a son of liberty as any man in America Every letter of the quaint Latin in which the diploma was engraved stands out on tho old parchment as clearly as tho noted deeds of its signers upon the war records of their count try Dark clouds were gathering Tho crash of around their heads resounding arms was soon to be brought to tho ears of tutors and students whoso names make dear to us tho annals of the revolution James Madison was already deeply moved by the controversies between the colonies and the mother country In the patriotic excitement cf the time Tlie American Whig Socictj was formed in Nassau hall and Madison at the age of 18 was one of its With other principal founders students dressed in black ho burned while the college bell tolled a letter from thcmorcliants of Now York to tho merchants cf Philadelphia an uonncmg the breaking of an agree- Â¬ ment not to import English goods In his zeal to win his diploma tho youthful patriot nearly ruined his health He entered in 17G8 the Col- Â¬ the name Prince- Â¬ lege of New Jersc ton bears in its charter of lYlG and by allowing himself for a long period only three hours sleep out of the 24 completed the course in three years Dx Witherspoon remarked to Jeffer- Â¬ son of his laborious student that he never knew him to do or say an in- Â¬ decent thing Young Madison was one of the best orators in the college He was so broken down by overstudy that tho programme for Commence- Â¬ ment day September 25 1771 ends with this line Mr James Madison was excused from taking part in tho exercises The future president stood very high in his studies The bit of parch- Â¬ ment which ho so gallantly won and which has just cometo light reads freely translated as follows Â¬ Â¬ idem High arm Mm Machine m War l1 kjgrfnKJSififofo mjKjj 2 E5J5SHSSS SsaVfc With all tho latest im provemonts Tho bbrachiue for the least moueyj ever innuufnet ured - - V jLJ m PR r vvsA I w iV S SlEUliriGATIONS mm Light ruuiiiiigj noiseless x simple durable-- pWt - 10 Every Muchiupftvarrantod years iwSi A S50 Machine fori for 521 and freight prepaid CuhIi must accompany ul orders wheel to keep dress from getting on wheel Attachtppin Are the famous Johnsons set box and consists of tucker rufiler fourliemracrs binder qullter foot hommcr aiitt feller under braider and sheerer oil can and oil two htpw drivers six bobbins paper qfineedlfs thumb screw guage and boolrof dlrcutions Tho furniture Is well mode highly and elegant in appearance All these moohlnes wlllbisontout with oak furniture unless walnut is specified Koch machlno has a lock to the drawers and cover nlco nlokol Splato drop tings to nil drawer All machines are well packed ami crated itHAI OUK GUAKANTKK rv Th New Mathews Machine Is warranted 10 years from dati of purchase and thirty days trial of it If perfect and entire satisfaction is not given tin machlnomay bo reshlpped to to us at our expense and the money paid us will be refunded promptly Uiider tbi guarantee you run no risk what- Â¬ ever In purcha dig the Now Mathews Machine You have thirty days trial of it in your own home and iffor any reason you should wish to return the machine it may ee shipped to us at our expense and tho monoy will bo re funded All communications regarding the Now Mathbws Machlno should bo addressed to Inventor of tbolAteat Coast Defense Gun vention or a screw ior propelling wuici- It was tlitf war of 18G1 G5 that cave bent to his genius for inventions suitable to war - Hitherto he had de l voted himself to inventions tor the I li- Â¬ ft ditstrles and the arts inventions for sowing cottonseed and rice and wheat Dn R J CATLING craft f or thinning cotton plants for breaking hemp He had invented a steam plow The first of hl3 revolving nattery guns was made at Indianapolis in 1802 Twelve were used by Gen Butler on the Jnmes river In 188G the guu was c appropriated by the United States It is now used by Europeans It is pro- -c tected by numerous patents The origf inal gun fired from 250 to 300 shots per minute the tnws now in use discharge E 1200 shots per minute Frequently 500 shots have heen nreuin aia seuonus it is a curious and interesting fact that tlie inventor of this terrible engine of destruction was prompted to the work by a purely humane motive The idea of such a gun was suggested to him early in the civil war by the spectacle of the great number of soldiers sent home for burial who had died not from bullets but from disease in the hospitals It occurred to him that there tyere too many men in the service lie ihought that if something could be in- Â¬ vented whereby one soldier could do the work of 100 the other 99 could stay at home and there would be fewer widows and orphans in consequence Whether Dr Gatling is satisfied that Jiis invention has accomplished this laudable purpose is not stated 1 E ftÂ¬ Â¬ The Head Is avo and one half inches hlch and eight and one half inches long Inside measurement This Uas high ng any family machlno ntndoHiid must not bo confounded with the medium or so called high arm ma chines The bend plate hoU into or level with tho table Tho Needle Is straight solf aotlng Hat on one aide and cannot be set Wrong TheShuttlo lsoncn on tho end cylinder- thapoand absolutely self threading The Hearings Are all steel well atted and Adjustable Selfthieadlng Tho machine Is self threads lngnndno hole to put tho thread through except theeyeof tho needle Tho Feed Is positive in action and has uo iprlngs to get out ofordor Automatic Bobbin Winder Will wind the oobbiu as smooth as on n spool of thread The Stitch Is clonblo lock stitch Tho same on both sides and will not ravel Can bo lengthened or shortened from eight to thirty stitches to the inch TUoTcnsion Is a llat sprlng tension and adjustable to all sizes of thread Hand Wheel Is nlcklo plated and has a loose wheel attached to operate bobbin winder Without running machlno I ho Movement Is tho celebrated eccentric movements pcsltlvein action and foworwork lug parts than any machine on tho market The Stand Has largo balance wheel hangs on two adjustable centers The treadle is large and hangs in cono centers and all lost motion can bo taken up asters underech end an d can bo easily moved A nice dress guud over Â¬ in a tin BERB is no n od for the people of Hopkinsville and If neighboring town to sub scribe for papers away from home to get the latest and most re liable war news i Â¬ polished eniuctian s Telegraph Is now equal to the best and covers all matters of interest at home and abroad M i CHAS M MEACHAM Hopkinsville Ky Description ot the Improved New Mathews Machine rhiB machine is manufactured with the vipw of supplying a long felt A Modern High arm first class Sewing Machine with all lato want to wit improvements aud of firat class material and good workmanship iucluding the best and latest Attachments at areaspnable prico A book of iustruc tions accompanies every machine less certified to will not be received In making your remittance wo prefer postolHce money order registered letter express money ordes or New York Exchange Individual checks un Â¬ HORSE AS HOSEMAN Bio In The Kentuckian is published every evening except Sunday and overy department of the paper is supplied with a Utilized by the Street Clcnnln Dcjiartmeut of Cleveland In the WiiNliIiifr Down Process The new way of cleaning the streets washing them down with bigstrearas of water from tjie fire hydrants has developed a new idea says the Cleveland 3jy Â¬ World But the long line of hose full of water vas pretty heavy to drag here and there SA nHKIrs A F Of the Collogo of New Jersey to all and evoryone who may read these letters GREETING IN THE LORD Be It known that It pleases us with di- Â¬ ploma by repal authority committed to adorn JAMES MADISON competlnn can- Â¬ didate In tho first degree of arts approved by previous examinations with the title and degree of bachelor of tho liberal arts of which- - the seal of the Collego of New Jersey nfllxed to this parchment and our President and Curators PiSTO Sil I MMIIIIIIiiUhMIiUi jSr tl l For Infants and Children Kind You Have MIKHilUil MMMCI I news service that cannot be surpassed in all Western KenÂ¬ tiir rr As- Â¬ iiVcBetablcPrcparationfor HmUII iiii h W tucky Daily delivered similating theToodandRegula ting IhcStomachs ondBoweis of 1 Bears the names subscribed bear witness Dated Nassau Hall 7th day of October Year of Our Lord 1771 ill ii tj Ty Tho signers arc Presideut Joannes Curators Gulielmus Witherspoon Franklin Richard Stockton George ius Bryan Gulielmus P Smith Joan- Â¬ nes Dodgers Gulielmus Livingston Jacobus Caldwell and Jeremiah Hal- sey PromotesDigeslionCkeiful ne93 andRestContalns neither OpiurnMorphine nor Mineral 1 Signature i In the city W iinnwii---- f t- - 10 Cis Per Week riwx33xjoii wibiiw r D UilUlliwf N ot N AR c o t ic Jtmftan yibrScnna f RATES BY MAIL lQiitiinlian rifr 212S Main Jape ofOldHrSMOOEIiniER 16 Tele 99 2 HOKSE ACTS AS HOSEMAN Curious Slgfot to Be Seen at Cleveland 6 stream to bear on the dirt pavement and a gang of sixor eight or ten men was needed to do the work all but tlie two men at the nozzle being needed to pull the hose around The question was how to save some of the cost of this labor The man with the idea simply put some strong straps n round thejjoso ten or twelve feet back from the nozzle and hitched a horse to it over the rough paving stones in order to get the business end of it where it wos needed to bring the full force of the Stranau Well lit Indiana From an abandoned gns well inlad Ison township lnd there hos been flowing for several weeks u stream of wot ex which lias the effect of petrify- l Ifcg every tiling over which It passes and E pieces of cornstalk branches of trees and eockleburrs found In the streams running away from the well are turned into sione Others not having been subject to the water so long are in a partial Mute of petrification Weeds growing nloug it have turned into slate pencils are brittle and snap into pieces readily A number of specimens were brought to Tipton lnd aud will be sent to the state geologist for examina Â¬ tion as well as a sample of the water which Uj of crystal clenrness and al Â¬ though tainted with the taste and smell peculiar to gas well water Is not tin pleasant to drink UiiQHHiiy Gulielmus or William lrankun was the son of rare Ben Franklin and all the others were more or less fa- Â¬ mous Suspended from the diploma by a foot of green ribbon only slightly faded is tho great round seal of the college impressed on a paper star This was mado by placing two square pieces of paper together tho ribbon passing between them The seal was then sewn to tho ribbon by silk thread which is still white strong and glossy There is a faint trace of red on tho rim of tho seal tho ink has faded out tho letters and design are perfectly dis- Â¬ tinct after more than a century and a - Sui -- ytmte Scrt Jpjtmunt hhtfrjrt JH CartonattScai f flurrrtSccii Clarified Sugar flavvr tion Sour StomachDinrrhoea Worms Convulsions Fcvcrish ncss and LOSS OF SLEEP Tac Simile Signature of Apfccf Ilcmcdy for Constipa- Â¬ tnj1 - Kind Too Daily Daily Daily Semi One Month - - 35 - Three Months One Year Weekly Edition 100 1 400 yr 200 1 Mm NEW YORK Always Bought The Kentuckian is printed in new and attractive type and its news pages are illustrated with the best pictures to be obtained quarter There wore only 12 graduates in Madisons class but several attained eminence riotism thorough scholarship andin tense zeal to serve his country im- Â¬ pelled him forward to the illustrious placo he filled eo acceptably for two terms Ho retired to private life in 1817 and died in 183G aged RS Tho ancient diploma eo fortunate ly restored to vift will be carefully preserved as an incentive to youth a reminder of anbmVman and an heir loom from a president whose momory is voneratq by all Americans Lou isvillo Coiuicr Journal Â¬ EXACT COPY OF lvAW y WRAPPER THt CtNTAUn COMPANY NEWYONKCITV WmkMxi Mi Madisons grqattalent lofty pat- Â¬ Subscribe Now And Get Tlie News i e E Dont Do a Thing Until you have seen my new line of imported i 0431 5 SPRING AND SUPJilWER SUITINGS I t The native Apdnmnnese women have J a curious custom vien one of them my in- Â¬ Doctor said Mr Spudds becomes p widow sho prepares the skull of her deceased husband nd carries it somnia is much worse now than it aoout suspn3ed m her side flfero It over was before Indeed roplied Dr Paresis answers the purpeW of WimUon is Why oant evon Yes siriLeep when it is time to get upr and 9ihe 9 far m nacTH aw Jewel Doxex guarantee QUALITY STYLE and WORKMAN- - Jn a Very Bad Way SHIP the best tlmtimoncy can secure ty - vjijim I No 14 South Main J L Tobitl Tailor 3 2 2 3 3 Send in your subscriptioh by mail Call at the office in the Ken tuckian Building first floor at 212 South Mai a Street or telephone 99 2 Address Chas M Meachara Publisher HOPKINSVILLE KY TlwJBtoHM nT i f rcvOv Vi Nws- id fflSEl vo 4V 0 iJtMm aaimarai f fa W X CHEWY SEC r- - HEfe AND TtfHHe4 THE JLOItfOUS FOURTH Atfpposcd Ay w H 4 the wei mc Hi m CJ 1 ra m i m 4 Pi - rm U w fm J n Mr Hotetro Defendants Rev S 2T Vail wishes to sethis family mare with buggy will Br YmTOB of a Judgment and Geortre Dennis vounrrest son of line For the good its waters havedone dispose of her at a bargain Per-Â¬ the appreciative thousands Who order of Bale of tho Christian Circuit Dr J M Dennis died last nifjht of fectly bfe for a lady to drive Court rendered at the February have quaffed the soluble nectars of term thereof 1J98 In the above appendicitis after a weeks illness Kentucky captured two Second Cerulean Springs there will be a I sfeall Hitftrouble it is supposed result- Â¬ Lieutenants places Thursday the public gathering at thathistoric re- Â¬ cause whole atproceed to offer for saks us a the Court Houeedoor ed from swallowing- a cherry seed appointees being H C Bonnycastle sort on the Fourth of next July On in Hopkinsville Ky to tlje holiest ON He was in the country last week at and Desha Breckinridge that day sevcnty fiveyearB ago the bidder atlouLW Acctwj1898 at 11 the 4 tk day of July Treasurer Long announces that history of the Springs began and oclock a m or thereabout beinir the residence of his uncle Air J M Medley and on Thursday came he hopes to run through July and its prosperous career will be cele- Â¬ County Court davi upon a credit oft without suspend brated on the next Fourth by pub- Â¬ six and eighrecu months tht Kiglifc of home Rtck He went to bed and it August this year ing payment until fall taxes come in lic speeches from a numbered gen ityuemption in and to tnoioilowing was soon found thathis trouble was September Last years suspension tlemen Among those invited and aesenucd nroperty to wit The property known as tho Uolel mimmtwMi He continued to began April 10 r very serious J expected to address the crowd are Lathamsitunted on Virginia street Hon James B Garnett Hon Sam in tho City of Uopkinsvllle in Chria grow worse and death resulted The recruiting officers are here jHe was in his thirteenth year and they want about twenty or H Crossland Hon John K Hen tiou County Kentucky including theJot on which said Hotel statute and was an exceptionally bright thirty men for the army Capt At- Â¬ drick Hon Fenton Sims Hon E which lot fronts about 1G0 feet on A Burnett Hon C H Bush Hon said Virginia street is hounded on arid promising boy the pride of kinson has charge of the business with himSergt A J Chap James Breathitt Hon O M James tho North by Sixth street ou the Fine sheer India Linen He has yard doting- parents Hon John Phelps Hon AVm Redd South by Seventh street and runs man and Privates Frank Prowse The funeral services will be held H H Hopkins and E A Hopkins Hon William J Stone Hon John back Eastward with enid 6th and Printed corded dimiy yard 7th Streets 134 feet of at some time to morrow the hour They will remain here a few days Allison For details attention is un alley or paeswuy to the center be which directed to posters issued from this tween said Hotel property rune tho Ladies line ribbed vests taped neck Madisonville Hustler each oiot having been definitely fixed at nnd office Schmitt lot now owned by lolm C Prof W L Eiseman of JNasl this writing Latham together with all J lie Fur- Ladies bleacned ribbed vests taped neck and arms Qq each Cemetery ville Tcnn leader of the Vendome Interment in Hopewell Camp Aleeting in Logan niture machinery fixture carpets Orchestra has been employed for The camp meeting at Parsons beds and bedding table ware etc Alens fine balbriggan and fancy underwear worth 50c THE 0A1AHA STAMPS the coming session by the South now contained in and belonging to Kentucky College to teach violin Camp Ground saysAdairrleNews said Hotel Latham1 Ladies1 fine muslin gowns handsomely trimmed - - JQq begins July 29th and closes August The Right of Redemption in and to Now on Sale at violincello The and mandolin The New Series 7th Judge L H Estes of Mem- Â¬ all of the above described property Celebrated Columbia negligee madras shirts newest patterns people of Hopkinsville are tobecon jM the Postoffice ootn real nnd peraonal to bo sold gratulated on having the services of phis Rev Thomas Lewis of Gre as a whole to produce tho sums of yard this eminent teacher for the coming nada Miss and Dr W K Piner money ordered to be mads amount Exquisite French organdies small patterns The i Trans Mississippi stamps session of Hopkinsville will be in charge mg to 8000000 For the purchase commemorative of the holding ofthe of the preaching Rev G W price the purchaser must execute County Attorney Denny P Smith Lyon will lead the singing Pavil- - bonds with approved surety or se national exposition at Omaha are out and are now on salehere They of Trigg county has gone to Leba- Â¬ ion js new ana well seated A cureties hearing legal interest from in nine denominations ranging non Tenn where he will take a large encampment and a good meet- Â¬ the dayofsale until paid and having are tho forco nnd effect of a Replevin And a world of dainty choice bargains from one cent to two dollars as fo- Â¬ special course in criminal law in ing expected Bond Bidders ill bo prepared tc Cumberland University says the llows comply promptly with these terms that will save von much Remember the flaine He will be gone about Marquette on the Telephone One cent Frank Rivks Master Commissioner C C6 in a boatand six weeks or two months He has Place to get your fine Merchant Misissippi standing iS3S55SS5SSSSS preaching to the Indians It is made arrangements to have the Tailoring is by Fowright Pants duties ofthe County Attorneys office made for 3 5 7 and Suits14 dark green 1520 Two cent A tarm scene in the looked after during his absence i west color carmine Wanted To buy a load of Clover 19 especially true o Hoods Fills for no medl Mr I M Aldridge of Institute cine erer contained so great curative power In Four cent An Indian hunting N C has invented a tobacco fly Hay apply at this office so small space They are a whole medicine color being red catcher It is a large tin pan in the Buffalo Dr E C Anderson is in Madi- irown which is put ater and kerosene oiL Five cent Fremont on Rocky In the center of the basin a lighted sonville to day mountains bark blue lantern with a cover is placed France is no longer singing Oh Eight cent Troops guarding The light at night attracts the flies M Meline my M Melinel chest always ready al- irain dark lilac against the lantern and they fall in- Â¬ ways efficient always sat-Ten cent Hardships of Emi to the bath of water and kerosene WANTED AN IDEAJftSESffiB isfactory prevent a cold W 111 thing patent gration light brown prepared for them and thats their bring to wealthProtectyourldeasjtbeymay - or fever cureall liver illsconstipation etc 25c Write- JOHN WKDDKBrou sick headache Jaundice BUKN CO Patent Attorneys vvaaiiin Western Mining finish Ex Fifty cent Tho only Pills to take with Hoods Sarsaparllla D C for their 8100 prtee offer prospector color orange PERSONAL GOSSIP One dollar Western cattle in a sstorm copper red Harvesting in Mr Bud Renshaw of Sinking Two dollar West sapphire blue Fork is in town to day The stamps are twice as large Esq J M P Pool of Bain JRER YEAR 9H VSL ft W MBt H as the regular stamps and resem- Â¬ bridjje is in town ble the Columbian stamps of 1893 The series will be discontinued Mr Levy Dunning of Wallonia is here this afternoon Dec 31 9 Miss Emma Barnett is visiting DAILY MARKET REPORT- the family of Mr N A Barnett Mr E E Wash a prominent Corrected Dally By Hen Kawllus Hanker Trigg- county farmer is here to day and Jtroker Hopkinsville Ky Dr R D Moore and Marshal R Chicago Market To Day L Moore of Pembroke are in AND DfeALERS IN Opff Higt Closing town 74 74 73 July Wheat Mrs John Moayon and W L 663 67 Sept Wheat 07K Bamberger returned to day from Corn 32 July 32K 322 Dawson 33 33 32 Sept Corn 20 20 Sept Oats 20H Misses Jennie and Frances Barr 9 67 67 Sept Pork 9 65 have gone to Cerulean to spend sev- Â¬ 5 75 75 Sept Lard 5 75 eral weeks 5 47 47 Sept Ribs 5 47 Miss Daisy Gardner of Georgia Ntw York Stock and Cotton is here on a visit to her sister Mrs Opg Higt Closing J B Rogers 6 25 6 22 Aug Cotton 6 23 Mrs Dr E A Chattin returned LUMBER LIME AND CEMENT v I 17 1 17tf Am Tob 1 16 to her home in Madisonville this 953 Chicago Gas morning Pt V 1 05 1 05 Q B C 05X Mrs Cooper formerly Miss Delia 52 52 N 52 Give us a call when ypuneed anything in our line 1 04J 03 1 03 n Fuqua is here on a visit to her Manhattan father Dr W M Fuqua 7 1 30 1 30Sugar J 25 Coal 24 Iron 252 Mr Wm Dennis arrived from the South thi morning- to attend the OhlcHRU ICecelplM To day 25 Cars funeral of his brother Wheat a P gjKTcn- HOPKINSVILLE KV 46G Cars Corn W Gardiner and two lit- Â¬ Mrs T c f9 220 Cars tle daughters went to Madibonville Oats iSffi3ESES3 jlogs 33000 this morning- to visit relatives jtujoinsmgsinurivHaaaaattxiMaaxJM mim mm m icj cixza Hoe Miritt Cadet John Cunningham 01 Hen Â¬ Hogs To day 33000 derson just back from Virginia Hogs To morrow 21 000 vv S2 Military Institute was in town to- Light 387 to Have Caused the C H Layne has a nice ipony for Oratory to Be Tapped 0 aidtf sale Springs Death of George Dennis -- at Cerulean JU Sale Cmisuh Caacurr Cocrt Kektuc Commissioner Il SJctfterton Trutt e Et AOAIXRT nttfT Handsome Printed The HopkitiiVlIe ntc V I EQOirY kins 3 CENTS rmmm in - GO SALE TODAY 5c 5c 5c -- ALSO - Â¬ 25c 0c -- Much in Little Hoods ill E nHMSlBIIIIIBIIIHallakl0rslBBM ft11 -- - M pflGG Baily 400 MUM - - BUILDERS CONTRACTORS Building Materials f Qf All Mads SALE I FROM t NOW DAGG RICHARDS kSS- - - Juki 8 Mixed - my Kfu d f - Mrs Mack Perkins and two little daughters returned this afternoon from Gracey where they have been Hppkinsville las Limiting Co visiting relatives Ward Pedley and Ernest Burch fS Important Notice went to Hopkinsville at noon where Tp intending consumers they will try lojointheJJopkinsvilJe We ruiictfully call your atten- - company uwensuoro Inquirer tion to the fact that our liberal Mr F H Renshaw and wife and offer of 110 fet of service pipe and grandson Herschel DJuguid are free ditchingwll shortly be with Â¬ drawn It is tjyouT interest to put visiting relative in he Sinking in your application before July Fork neighborhood Mr Hiram L Saltr 1st and recdisfe this absolutely the L free gift Alsotle use of a gas N ticket office Cincinnati is at range for 30 daygflfrec of charge home on a ten days visit to his which can be purchased at abso mother lutely ost price Gaa for fuel pur Â¬ I E A Chatten like the last poses 125 per ldod fuel and rostt of summer is blooming alone Jjijrht150 illuminating exclusively His better nine tenths left Monday Apply to AAtrTQN evening for i sojourn of several JRW Manager Hove Bldff JfainSt days in Hopkinsville Earlington 7 a m to 9 p m Bee Rouyh Heavy -- iM 100 A 380 397 You can save money by attending this sale f iJHKv SUMMER fUii famoua forfglitS under is uovv open n RESOilX o A ffiffUni B NEW MANAi SBTWUMT kSUMlJLvlN i flttMBr1 - HAND BILLS FOR ITEMS i M ttj - practical hotol rami hn aiudun ulectcil to direct affaire Special at- toution tfivau to tlia cuisino A LOT ninprovc uiauts lmvo hsou matloTn tho hotel and surrounuiuga HotQl mtOi ireaaonabla A nloaHant timo in atoro lor jou liootUB Uright ami mma Hinted A splendid banUqf music in auoiKiaucQ JW dMZU A 1 Wi JT Â¬ Opening Ball June 17 itetp Rates Over I C Railroad Cr xaOaa Spririgra M4 35C3T e l ft- KJilLbJiBi- h t - trfnmtiMmvtrfrt tJtouMdlMiLuxhi i i v xt arjiff MwiwlrTwSmmMwMi m i mjutJtmmHt i v yMakHMA Mm Wm mk S ni 2tkt Jt - Li Aii1 iilMM i