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Digital page images are linked to the text file. p ij- r 0 fr = jJu r 4i ft tsa j II- rJ 1uthmviIIecntuthimti r OLXXIV HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKY TUESDAY MARCH 4 1902 N01a nn 7 i 1Iee NEW TUIN6S ATE T i gIt ANDERSON J j I r DryGoods tJ- J J New Shades in Dress Goods New fGinghams and Percales in endless Aft k I JrMen Furnishings Everyyt Youllg Bros Latest Qx c Trunks 9- Ne4nd ficomplete line Trunks and S1it Cas3 t I l JltAnderson Co e ee e ee I Fe j L SADDLES 1 E w 3 See our line oL aaejuB = E ti Saddles I1 Before purchasing We have eB something good in a medium pricped SPRING SEAT SADDLEr at II 675A1 a See it Also our 850 Saddle Itr I is a beauty We have a large line of other saddles atprices that will interest you J COLLARS COLLARS We have the largest and best line r ofheavy draft collars ever brought s =j to this section Get our prices on I ahem before buying Can save = vou We carry full line of Wagon Harness Buggy I Il 7heavy Lap Robes Horse Oov s ers Look over our stock =whether you make purchase or 411not We are always glad to show 3 ET FAOYOSTCQ I1 ulb SADDLES AND HARNESSw I J Li SCHOOL BOOK BILL r I Adopted By The house After Lively Figfc y JiHickman Bill lUlled flu Senate Committee Made Substitute For Wells Bill Frankfort Iy March ITheHickman school book bill has been ap0lo4 ii vJbfeihQuseitbf v being subptltu rriliSbiu after a livGley i The blllj as emended by substi tute bill was adopted by a vote of 66 to 20 Representatives Drewry of Louisville and Klair of Lexing ton voted with the Republicans against the bill Representative Worthjngton of Greenup and Rogers of Christian voted with th- Democrats for the passage of the bill The vote was announced at 150 clock and the house immedi ately adjourned IN THE SENATE The whole session was devoted to consideration of the reports of the of the majority and minority branches of the state prisons committee on the investigation of the charges made by SenatorKirk of Johnson against the state commissioners and officials of the Frankfort pris on The evidence taken by the committee was read in full On the taking of a vote on a mo tion to strike out the minority of the report from publication partI the Republicans refused to vote and broke a quorum The matter was then made a special order for Monday next The Byron bill to authorize the governor to apoint a Special judge in cases in which the regular judge cannot sit and the partiesfail to agree on a judge was adopted The Allen bill for counties own ing turnpikes to condemn land for quarries was adopteU ILL ONLY AN HOUR Sudden Death of Samson Van hooser near Kirkmansville Mr Samson Vanhooser father of Mr Henry Vanhooser of this city died suddenly of heart disease at his homp near Kirkmansville lasst Thursday He was only ill an hour He was in the 77 year of his age and was a much respected citizen He leaves a widow and Aye sons all grown SAM JONES AlEETlNG Will begin Revival in Nashville 1W 23 Revay jJJones will begin a meeting at the Tabernacle in Nashville March 23 The last meeting con ducted by Rev Sam ones in that city was not what might be termed a great success Itwas announced that he would come to raise money for the Tabernacle consequently many people remained away This time no collections are to be taken except for the incidentals PREACHER CROWE AGAIN deinFalls by the Paducah and Is Pined Paducah Ky Feb 28Rev E P Crowe of Mayfield who was formerly pastor of a church in Owensboro was fined in the city court here this morning for being drunk on the streets AGED 80 Well Known Citizen of Johnsons Passes Away Mr J F Wmsett one of the oldest citizensof northeast Christian died at his home near Johnsons postofficeFriday 1 He was 80 years old and is sur vived by a widow and two soap Z Ji t R h f I r i fi i J THROUGH HIS HEART Went Bullet From Pistol in His Own Hands I Well Known ETolltiate Keeper Commits Suicide at His Home Near Elmo Mr Lawton Smith a well known citizen committed suicide about 11 oclock last Sunday morning at the home of his mother at Elmo He was alone in his room and lying across the bed when he shot himself through the heart Mem bers of the family heard the report of the revolver and ran into the room at once but when they reach deadsThe supposition is that ill health hadenot been well for some time Mr Smith was for a number o years tollgate keeper on the Hop kiusville and Nashville pike ai Woods mill and was a man well liked by the public generally About eighteen months ago h was attacked by a burglar and bloodless duel followed Shortly thereafter he moved to South Chris ban where he had since resided He was about 50 years old and ai bachelor BY AN IPSE D1XIT The Governor Attempts to Remove Asylum Commissioners On Thursday Gov Beckham is sued an order removing threr Democratic Commissioners of the Western Asylum and appointing successors as follows M H Carroll vice Chas Knight John Chilton viceJ B Walker Jas D Hill vice R W Ware The order mikes a bitter attac upon the commissioners the follow ing intemperate language being usedTheir incompetencyand disregard of the duties of their oflices make their retention inimical to th best interests of the Asylum Suc failure and neglect in the perform ance of their duties make their removal necessary The power of removing these of ficers is not keeted in the Governor the law requiring impeachment proceedings to be begun in the House followed bya trial in the Senate It is not unlikely that th S- matter will be taken to the court DEATHS AND BIRTHS Six of Former and Five of the Latter in City Last Months There were during the month of February only six deaths recorded tat the office of the city Health Offi dr as follows i Paralysis 2 Brights Disc selTuberculosis 1 v t Inanition 1 Teething V 1 Two were white and 4 colored There were five births in the city retiree white and two colored DpATH OF MRS LOCKHART Relieved of Suffering After a Long illness f f Crofton Ky March 3The wife of Mr John Lockhart who reside- about two miles south of this place died Friday qf brain trouble She had been sick for some time and was a great sufferer She is sur vived by a husband and several children NITRAM Pension of 10 Jackson Wiley of this city has been granted a pension of 10 per month It wassecured under thy head of Increase Restoration Re issue vc I Ordered to Quthrle An l of the Eostoffice Depart meat bas been ordered to to pass upon pending petitions for rural freeaellvery in that section i i fY- f f SUM Ii t ie tt I u TOACCO CANVAS i k r I HAVE A LARGE STOCK That Was Bought Before the Rise and Can sell itA CheapCall and See My StackryBefore Buying fr t JONESfMAIN STREET HOPKINSVILLE KY r YEARSa Must Robert Randolph Stay in the Penitentiary 9 Appeared as Cool as a Cucumber- on Ice When Verdict of the Jury Was Read The case of the Commonwealth against Robert Randolph colored was called in the Circuit Court las Friday The examination of wit nesses was concluded that alter jurky During the trial of the case the court room was packed mostly by the colored population Sentiment was very high among the colors- people against Randolph nighht Hotel Foard at the time was em ployed at the hotel as a waiter in the dining room At the time h was shot he was in a room polish ing silver after supper had been served Randolph was in the habit of spending part of his time amonj the colored employee about the hotel and had at interval been em ployed there On the evening ot the killing Randolph had been driven from the premises by one of the colored women who it seemed apprehended that he was going to cause trouble Afterwards ac the evidence showed he went back to the hotel raised awindow and en tered the room where Foard was about his duties and shot him through the head Foard died al most instantly A short time after the killing Randolph was arrested and com mitted to jail When the trial was called Attor asps Allensworth L Yontx Clifton Long and T N Haselip appeared for the defense Commonwealths Attorney W R Howell was assist ed in the prosecution by John Fe landThe gentlemen conducting the defense made a gallant stand for their client and did everything pos sible to get the prisoner out ot the evis dent to those not interested that they were leading a forlorn hope The killing of Foard has been gen erally regarded as one of the most unprovoked murders in the annals of crime in this section aid many supposed that that the murderer would pay the penalty of his crime on the gallows Some are of the opinion that the breaking of the pistol with which thekilling was done when the car tridges fell to floor and were picked up by Randolph was the only thing5that kept him from stretching rope It was on this ground that the attorneys based their defense and that the killing was by accident Randolph claims that he or m i l It J J only intended to scare Foarcl rand that he had no idea there waa a cartridge in the pistol when hit pointed it at Foard Randolph is about 20 years old having been raised here He has p long been regarded by his own racer as a very bad negro and his repolation generally is quite unsavory 1 When thejailer carried him back to his cell after the jury had re turned their verdict after a short consultation Randolph appeared x perfectly indifferent In fact during the trial he seemed indifferent 4 klht himsolftof realizing that he was on trial x for the highest crime on the cnlea dar Attorney Allensworth of the de tfense conducted the trial in n most excellent manner and his speeobu has been commented on and dpronounced one of the best delivered r i yearHe 4Fromnewei1dietCommonwealths Attorney hastdance the trial been furnished with evidence that would in another ra trial hang Randolph DEADLY DRAFTjfh J Swallowed by Farmer Did Its s Work Quickly Crofton Ky March 3Georp J Lantrip a farmer who lived about v six miles West of here committed suicide Saturday morning by taking carbolic acid He arose aobut 4 oclock and went out to the stable and fed hits stock He then returned to the house but remained only a short while when he went out again mWhen found he was lying at the wood pile near the door face down in an unconscious condition ills pocket book containing 40 Was lying on the ground by his side An empty ounce vial which had contained 1 carbolic acid was also found nearby He died about twenty min utes after being found Mr Lantrip was about 55 yearsiold and leaves a family i The cause for the act of self de struction is not known NITRAN PRESIDENT QUARLES uctNewFor Organization Ticnew board of Asylum Com I ifci z d missioners eight of the nine present t met yesterday afternoon and elect a ed F M Quarles chairman L H Davis was elected treasur i er vice E B Long and J CBuck ner secretary vice John Felandfrwho was reelected by the old board last Week yc Mrs Ida Chappell spent last 2 week with friends in Cadiz o- I 2 u j J- b t I I = W- Un HU a 6iI l i a 1 L c tkb u + 7 lUbn rttr lJ J i yur iiflL t1hhtuUlt 1t UtI i UlIUiiIiVtIi lil t J 1 L It a 1l P iIV ii I JmSOLUTEL Y NO CHANCE o i1R mioa Recently Overheard on aa t v English Railway Train r Yei said the voluble one to tho Julietlooking man on his right in a IHcondcla carriage on a loral line IiitI always like to talk with you he use I learn something You have iometliing to say You dont sit f like i log and let another man do ally r TOui You nave ideas and you T Oppress them well en v tC I flatter myself began the oth interfered be s x taitbtft Thats the way it is you see I can tit and bear yon tHlk all daywhile 1 wouldnt listen to a f aninutehi Cl was going to soy ell told my wife only last night that I could get more solid informa ition by hearing you talk ten minutest v than by listening to some nien afI week May 1 remarktji Theres that Smith I hide my- selfi behind my newspaper whenever I see him tr ter the same carriage De to cent tort of fellow too but he wants to talk the whole time and theres nothing ir what lip says Im not much 1C r talker myself but I do likeI to put a w ordin tciyewiae lyI1t cant you manage r3 pick up so IlKvii information on alla kinds of siiljic 1 dont want tot5I flatter YOU In u = rrri to be will up in almost VI Jf you II rte me a moit annit I shmil J talk all dot long inwerf aFTdvluatit Folks often say j F iLlmLketp my jnorth thutvben I im with men who know t brcat that irore ind Jtluuilo by i + Ts talk w clone must hllrit TJwts jut it you see One must Smvoajrcod E lt r yotwwhatlad auii jnyself IM more than anything t- irelseirma l tt nor I can rids aJJthe v6 v Irtuii our station intotown listening to yu as I am doingnow and hardly open my mouth to sty a word Why Because I known gooda1 f talker when I hear one I I 1 lint you dont+ cOh yes I do Iunderstand every thing you say on the sublet but of I wnrrBE I cant dress my idea5 up in such litmmiiige at you use You are a natural r I am not You openb yonr mouth and words run out cleall r aBA brook and I cant help but listentj Ahl here we are at the terminus See you tomorrow morningLondonl i t Tit BitsNOVEL EXPERIMENT 4DelicateSurgical Operation Performed byD 1rr r Maaan ofa 114jnetdi I Some novel are now sringsucceesfully tried in the eye boa + pit u of the Berlin university says the rt 41 Cincinnati Gazette the object being to tut the efficacy of the electromago riot S a curative agent in the cases l1JSt it pert on into whose eyes some foreign u objects tutee intruded themselves i Thfue are many industries in which the workmen are liable to be injured i in this way and there Are few metal- workersj or smiths in Berlin from whose eyes pieces of metal or other n cts have not nt SfQIUwr beer rf ml movedLHitherto this has been a meet pain hthul operation and in those cues irt t Whic the objects penetrated to a ecu itltrapf 4iirviTy has been made that by tht tse fan elect romsgmt a foreign object L r un be drawn out of the eye as skillt hilly as the moot expert surgeon could perform such an operation More Wmm over the patient suffers compara tively little while the electromagnet is doing its work for the foreign ob ject unless it has gone far into the r11 eye is generally drawn out quicklj and without leaving any serious wound If it has penetrated far passage must be cut throughwhich lm it may be drawn out Though this v a painful operation it is not more painful than would be the sublequentI work of the surgeon in ebjecta work which the electro i magnet now does and in the doing I causing hare v any pain j The Hiici of the physicians oi I the Berlin urmmty is attracting I t considerable attention throughout Europe and it is piedilfl by many I that in a short lime an electromagnet will become an indispea BEWe revery physicians aufturgeolls paraphernalia ra A Sure Harbinger of Spring- S men eggs get down to three dozen 1faT a quarter that settles it spring i Jaas arrived Atchison Globe RUSSIAS FORESTS Caring for tbe Freelaii tn the Czars Realm The gradual deforestation of Russia is beginning to form a question of roniderable importance tothe im 0icurtailing and regulating the consumption of Umber are jttst now un derministerial COD8id atiollVqodw- Russia as itis familiarly called wouldnot however appear ns yet to in imminent dagger of destruction ono may judge from a recently pub d ofllcial report on Russian for ests According to this authoritative statement the forests in this coun now cover a grossarea of 188000 Hectare Among European coun trios Sweden comes next with 18 tall 000000 hectares of forest In Russia the forests cover 36 per cent of the imperial area The Swedish ts occupy 44 per cent of the to volt talarcannd the Austrc4lIungarian 82 per cent of the territory of the dual monarchy Reckoned by the popula tion there aro two hectares of forest each inhabitant in Russia 385 in Lion Sweden 422 in Norway sad 028 per head in GermanyknThe forests havo of course a greater importance for the Russians than doss for t he people of west European countries owing to the fact that stono built dwellings are not yet very prev to in the country Villages anS townships are still almost nrfj constructed of timber and the the forests furnish the main sources oft fuel supply Itis the private owners any who are recklessly exploiting the forests and adequate laws and regulations must be promulgated for regulating nil this indiscriminate exploitation Soup by the Pound I In China liquids are sold by weight I grain by measure John Iniyssoup the pound and gnjnb the foot Chinaman never puts his name outside his shop but paints instead a motto of alit of hb goods on hisver signboard Some reasurrinf re do mark is frequently added such as One word hall A child two feet high would not be cheated Every single article has to be bargained for itisusual for the customer to take his own measureandscales with him Right Up to Date A bronze statue of a woman carrying a parasol is rather unusual among works of art but such has recently unveiled to the late empress of utria It is situated in a small na park in Hungary in which the empress was fond of hunting uq Ills rydingA TEXAS WONlRCIHALLS OAT DISCOVERY Oue email bottle of Hulls frost Hbcoverj curea all kidney and blad ar troubles removes gravel ewe iabetae seminal emission weak Dud HIUB Lucks rheumatism and all ire guIMriti 8 of the kidneys and blad ler iu both meu sod women regu- ntiS bludCer troubles iu children It sold by your druggists will IK d by iiirtil ou receipt of 1 One small bottle is two mouths treat uuut and willcu1r iiny tHse above mentioned Dr K W HIIbol to IlIIl11uftlcturur1P 0 Box 029 St I for testimonials- Sold by all druggistuund T D Arm of toad READ THIS 71901 E W BALLCSt Louis Mo Dam SIRlsufTlred ten yearsa irith severe kidney and bladder Lroublpa and at times was unable to rk I was Hd vised to try your xis Wouder and after using oDeCI uii i ih of uua bottle I passed u large frteland I have uov suffered since pain same three years ugoaud I hitvt recommended it to many others who rnported thtmselvas cur eel J most h aiti y raoommend it to all sufferers from kidney or bladder diseases SAM DSANt Prince Henry spent a quiet morn AHohenzol1ernluncheon in the afternoon at Sher tiys 111 Work While You Sleep j alThey your mind and bodyrest Gas j Cathartic repair your digestion your liver your bowels j put them in perfect order Genuine tablets stamped C C C Never sold in bulk All druggists loc The will of the late Charlea oJhis Tiffany of Nltw York dispose ol an estate worth over 2000000 =AL arrtL X A tMilin Yuu M5fl Beare 7Signature YO cf IV milSoma thief stole a set of buggy IrarnasBfrom the bcick porch of Dr jjAV JJarneds rggidepce Wednes lay nights 4dncate Your Botvcia Whit Cascareto Candy Cathartic constipation forever I Utt0 0 faitsdri l mow L J U1 1 rJJ J I I I 1 I rYutts PiUs After eating of a billons habit will derive great benefit taking one of these pills It you have been TOO MUCH of they will promptly relieve the nausea SICK HEADACHE qltings Elegantly sugar coated Take No SubstitutetiT THE HORSE IN CONGRESS Sit flit Introduced Witch Would Pro vent pCtrletSenator Qallinyers bill making It unlawful for any person to look the Ot of ti horse within the District ofbl Columbia was introduced nt tho stance of tho Washington Humane society which recently passed resolutions thanking President Roose is for his determination not to blhorscserwise satisfactory were rejected because h they had short tails and the of presidents bold stand on this ques was heralded far and wide What the Humane society did notse ttt the time it passed the reso lutions and what Senator GalHnger not know yet 14 thnt President Uoasevets favorite riding horse Bloistoln has had his tai docked so eloioly that there ft not enough leftSt waggle Itowev rv Mr Gnlllnwrs bill pro just the same that rifter it be come a law every ijoekod horse Jn district shall lie registered find after 00 days from its passage person driving an unregistered RhaTeliable to a fine of 500 and 90 days in for each olrenae- HYPNOTISM BECOMES A FAD Several of the Sturtenln of Srrnctuie a tlntvcrNltx Ilccoino Bxpertii In the Mmterloua ArtbThe students of Syra mae uni orally have taken up tho fad of hypov notism and several have become exgpert in makIng their fellow all sorts of funny stUnts Thes experimenting was started by J Richard Street professor of psychology who Is a firm believer that hypnotism will come to be used legitimately in many useful ways He taught his stundents how to hypno tize and encouraged them in their experiments of At the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity of house the boys perform in a manner highly amusing to spectators The is star hypnotist there is A S Bur roll of the class of 1904 who is an expert hypnotist He gave an exhi bition before several people and succeeded in putting E A Lowther 1902 into a hypnotic state and has fellow student completely nt his mercy Hurrell says he can bypno tize anyone blnnmnn fins Joke on Americans of In the town of Zamboanga In the stand of Mindanao safd Repref entative Mercer who has re urned from the Philippines all ISnativesmen hates the almost invariable customs to call Chinamen John and they o not relish it at nil as they have heir names like any other national ty A Chinaman who had some ex perience with the custom referred Ie lived in Zamboanga and when he heard the Americans were coming hetl hURtled around to all the inhabitants the village and informed them that there was nothing which thes Americans regarded ai a greater lompliment than being tailed John Consequently wherever an American roes in that village the natives bow scrape and salute him as John look and theh QOPPIjIIcoinsand they cannot understand I vhy the Americans do not rcspong1 S Teed of A New Jersey girl is engaged tot lit t luarrled to her grandfather but iif II Chicago RecordHerald expresses tiu t hope that both may be fitted vtftl i jackets before they can nW iireacher CANDY CATHARTIC Ii All it a0aorccu GenuIne stamped C C C Never sold In bulk Beware 01 the dealer who tries to nilIsomething lust as good Abe Jiowton a Hopkins county bachelor aged 70 while feeding hillsI stock tell from the stable crushing his skull and breaking I neck OAS1 e i B1 LBears the Nara Al Esugit Jlgnatnro of cC If A general strik in volvlti g 1500 workers on buildings under con tract in New York city has been ordered I O VCi dears the 1hpKItId You llatilAlways BoughT Signature v I Ofr I f Ji t t I t rT driBti Wtndles istande are small in terri torial extent in population And in resources but they have strategic value and our Government has preferred that they should not pas from the control of Denmark to tha an ambitious European nave powerTbe harbor of Charlbttt Amalie is probable the host fro entd port in the YMtJndfes many vessels ol vajtiil Tnati6nali using it for cdatifag purposes groupconsIsts 9 the ree principal islands St Thomas John and Santa Cru i with nu merous smaller islands and CkY The total poptilatioimihit is said to be about thirty two thousand of whom perhaps onesixth are of pure White The negro popu iion how ever is said to be except rally intelligent The Engluli language commonly spoken iu the islands and general conditions are reputa and orderly the climate being and the prpductions those the West Indies in general The island of St Thomas is important on account of the great QX cellence of the harbor of Charlotte Amalie The island Of Santa Cruz however has an agricultural character and at one time its plantations were prosperous From The Progress of the World in the American Monthly Review of Reviews for March SHOWER OF BLOOD Freak of Nature in Washington County Springfield Ky T eb27there occurred in the Beechland vicinity shower of blood It was heaviest around the residence uf John Grigs a wealthy farmer The bloodstains on the buildings are plainly now Many people have there to witness the strange NinetyFight Per Cent Thire is a fascination about big profits to a business man But the conservative and cautious trader prefers to have the lesser per cent interest and the larger per cent safety in his investment There no business man who would not consider it a sound proposition to invest in an enterprise in which ab solute loss was impossible and which offered ninetyeight chances in a hundred of a rich profit The statistics of cures effected by Dr Tierces Golden Medical Discovery show that ninetyeight per cent cases of weak lugs can be ab solutely cured Almost if not all Forms of physical weakness may be traced to starvation Starvation- iapsthe strength The body is ust as much starved when the stomach cannot extract nutrition rom the food it recelyes ns when here is no food Weak lungs Bronchial affections and obstiriatjt ough call for nourishment Gold n Medical Discovery supplies nourishment in its most cpn den sed and assimilable form It names ftweak lungs strong by strengthening the stomach and or raas of which digest and Distribute the food and by increas ng the supply of pure biwb JIWhat Mud tins Done For iils Country MudrthatqLt first glance seems o unsiglitiys in truth tbe annual leasing1 i the lowlands to which its being t brne We sometimes feel impatient of the way In which sed meat clbseii the mouths of our rivers md impedes navigation If we ould see a map of our country with a red line surrounding all the portionsthat have been built out of this silt I think it would startle most of us to recognize how much of our best land is the gift of these mud streamsrsProfeasor S C Schmucker in the March Ladles Home Journal It is Qorrectto day food Henhhtt If hialth means bodily sound ness how is it possible to speak of good heslth7 In its primary seuae health means bOdily soundness but it also meanlbyextension the general con itiQP of the body asjSpinpared with settle condition tiljhuas a 8tanda dand In l sees health js properly q alified as good Obad wealt udeli cate rdbust etc BHfnbeth A Whitleyu the Marcf7 7 adies1 Home Journalar a How Arc Your IS Wueya tr Or Bulbs S uaritieanreankidneylllaaen Qlo tree Add Btetllns Uomdy cu or tin13r II y I r I aM wwMwvw aaniws vim pa aaw y gp YY11 1 1AV uaM a W K Tlio Kind You Hnvo Always Bought anti which lias been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of tmtl been Timclo Tinder his nor c2i9rsusonal supervision since Its infancy no ono to deceive you in tW All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are feat Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health off Infants and Cuildreu Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Oostoria Is a harmless substitute fqr Castor OU Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotics substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Foverlshness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation jand Flatulency It assimilates the Food s e Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS rf Bears the Signature ofd i- e ism TM Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CCNTAUH COMPANY 7Y MURRAY BTnctT NCW VOHH CITY 7 r 1 A Free Picture of Gen Lee Any veteran who contemplates attending the Reunion at Dallas April 22nd to 25th will receive a handsome picture of General Robert E Lee and a copy of his farewell address suitable for framing if he will send us his name and address and the name and address of the Camp to which he belongs J iJJ Your best ria s The Cotton Dolt ithfrompDallasMemphis to ohao e even glIftor tboiftllrot traing via an lIDtbl1S otrerlnlf roe oooneeaour and ezeellentaerT ce F R WAH Trawltoj setApt ttaduwtl OSo tV U IUHE GeKfrt Tasanet dTad Aunt SL Leos Ho 1901 THE GREAT SUMMER RESORT it 1901 DAWSQN SPRINGS ARCADIA HOUSE Dawson Hopkins Ooxinty Kyi LOCATION These celebrated chalybeate and salt springs are situated immediately upon the Louisville and Memphis duishn of the Illinois railroad formerly Chesapeake Ohio and Southwestern Railroad 166 miles nest of Louisville Ky and 68 miles east of Paducah Ky The Arcadia House is new and neatly furnished withcapacty of entar taining 800 persons The owners of the hotel are also owners of the Springs and the guests of the Arcadia House have free access to the Springs without extra charge Invalids should remember that the months of July offer advantages to persons vi it tho The and salts are manufactured atthese alplytoblI e Millincru Pointers t PomPons Aigretts Etc One CFourth Oft till January 1st Baby and Girls Hats and Caps at 4 OneFourth Off January 1st Pattern at Cost See them they are bar ReadytoWearGoods such as Tips Amazon Plumes Velvets Silks Etc at prices greatly reduced Now is the time to buy these I things Beautiful Neckwear Handker chiefs Satchel Powders best brands Etc suitable tot Christmas presents cheaper than can be bought elsewhere Kenzeno cleans gloves ribbons woolen and cotton Jgoods Wejsre sole agents lips Silk Ribbon and Velvet dyed- e any color Satisfaction guaranteed ttswM12I 1dj fJ i i 0 1 i 1- iI 11 tr i J 1 tt71wJ 0 uu U c r w WSISAMSJII 3s= t ntn trtIJ iU1ttkhtI J I r == I I iiiinois CentraL RR THROUH Sleeping if Service if I FROM CXATrI L M319 VltL1t1O uor S hiaos Aw tr I4Mff PHISf of fThroitgI JIfOp4MK bar vation can now ba secured from Cincinnati Y- i and Lnisvifltviit the Illinois Cen tral to Hot Sfmugs viII Memphis on its New Orleans Limited leaving Cincinnati dully at f 00 p m Louis villa at 940 p in OHchiflg Hot Springs j 515 the uext afuirnoou It carries L Pullman sleeping car and Iree reclip ing chair car irn uti to Memphis and sleeping cur Knit conch Mompnl ti Hot Sprinps Through reit vs lin8 CitJcioaatJ and Louisville to Hot Spring ouo also be secured on tho Special vavinp Cincinnati SI5 a UJM and Ijouisville 1201 v w dailyBrrfvinB to 95 the next morning Bleeping car fr u Ciuninuati and coach from Louisville to fclamphig Sleppiug car 1thphi81O lio Sprigb a Dining car Beroicipt rout A folder of this new aevicee ndthAtIt Illinois Centralundconnucting e lines WI A KELLONDA G1P 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wear of BtimorJi P Dunne Mr Doof Joelthandleila II Uncle einushThr1-w Townsend Chimmic Ruth Mcne7 steWart James Wbltcomb RUr Paul Lawrence Dunfcar Gelett Duigess Fn14- R Stockton Tudor Jenk8lElIl8 Parker Butter Caroyn Welle 5 CbMter Bailey Fernard Charles Battell Loomis Oliver lJerfotd Elliot 1lower Albert DIoW Vain It Bcatrfcw Uvford Reminiscences 4 And Portraits of Ptlll1lum V Uby Jcgh Mark Twain John G Saxe 11 Partlngtan Mh OR Uly Han IJrelttnan ArUmus Ward C Kerr Hill Nye PmnV R Stockton Donald G Mitchell H C Dun er Sam StIck Eu w Field Richard Grant WUIte Capt Geunt ItDtrby johu Phoenix Oliver Wegriall holmes Mortimer Thomi m 0 K PMUDder Uuestlck P B lIret HarU The WestIllu- strated by Remington 0 Interesting Papers on SOCIAL LIFE IN NEW YORJ Personal Articles on PRESIDENTS MCKINLEY and ROOSEVELT A great of the greatest of American mapaizunes begins in 4q vember 1901 first issue of the new volume Any reader of this advertisement will receive a of a beautiful booklet printed in six 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to our HomeStndy Course Writo for particulars atonce I U jnafiai ir DeanS SuppressedJor money Refunded Sent prepaid for 1tQ l 11 them on tI be pal4 for when relieved Samples Free UNITED MCDICAlCO0bXT IUNGABTIM PA Sold iu Hopkinsville by Anderson I Fowler f i M c + ti r t BULLION AND I had Buttlow ball If million dollars 4 fifty cent have 1 Dillon lttlrl in ht carrIageWItravils by Bullion hfi a marble palace TVhoi t white walls are high who JL lor appetite lie hat none rot But a hor= I Bullions 3 1ig out to lurchpcnIt Ah wcIlC am I e SIVitI will hungrily devour ry All that 1 can buy rOOrThmgcir often badly manaSIdW Here below the sKy Bullion ought to hav my stomach allOr still better I Ought to have tili wad Of moneyn See the poor old guy All he warts Is toast for luncheon toS s OrfHBY DICTATION thi do UY SAMVEL SAVIL PAQtlN- Copyrlgrt He liOO by paKy Story Pub Cor There come momentum the life of ety man when he stops and thinks This dxteVb iniieiiB m ely that he ha careful ifteVUSa to 8 prob lethofjhh5Mi4tIt tfakes a Joy sefiQui kiew wliole fUr e3t 3Jt sl riddle its lie at meanr Sueh i1iir Jt tf1md apmc to Henry r oit fleiIJ tb t was cause fo- rutiti1aetioniiiljf6 but r1i race would have told aMl tewvr that he was not t vsaiafte4 The day marked ohTHf on on which his friHiWer8 dropping in now and ihen congratulate himfor he hadB Jastben promoted to the position of general manager of the Western Star a Pirt and Marine Irsnrance company concern in which he had climbed up from a Etart as office boy 15 years be foreBut as he viewed his S in retrospect his mind ran on something likethisYes I have done it I have reaped the success I set out to win but what doei it amount to after fill It has been a long fight and Ihave sacrificed great deal to win it Perhaps I have sacrificed too much When I began as a messenger boy Jim Perkins had the tart of nieliy a jear I have One rWjiiled up my slaove at Jim since Ibe gio to climb up past him First spa ciaV agent then general agent and new general manager and poor old Jim is still at his desk as a clerk But I reckon Jim is happier than I am for all that I thought so yesterday when his wife came in with that pretty boy of theirs just to tee papas new desk in the new office Somehow it made me feel at if Iwere missingwrnething that a man needs to make his life com plete Then Mertoni line of thought wan interrupted Ho had been standing beside his desk with his hands crossed under his coattails watching the signwriter who was putting gold let terson the windows of the companys handsome new officei The sign writer was marking on the glass letters bigger than the that spelled the companys name Henry Merton I General tanager Here ray good fellow that dont do said Merton stepping forward to the manY side How will you have it sir Just put that name in email let tert and a little off at one side said Merton quietly It will look betu ter V That was just likt Feary Merton I Few mm in hisbtuinattj had more rea eon to pride themselves on the attain ment of marked SUOQOSS for he had made his way in tho world But there wasnt a groin of vanity him He wse a modest subdued assuming sort of a malt One guess it by looking at hjm He was tall shapely handsontej but it waS plainly tobe seen that he was ob livious to his own comeliness as man Vanity can be seen more ily in a man than in a woman This over Merton began thinking again his thoughts taking a new tangent and oneth t surprised him Ifl wonder if ambtion is a selfish thing Ive done well enoughJn a business way and have no one thank font but myself but how people art there who have anything to thank me for Theres Miss Trav erswho is the best stenographer I ever had in my office She doer more good in a month thin Ive done in 14 years She doesnt know that I know it but the reason I raised her salary last month was because I overheard one of the other stenographers say she is supporting her younger broth in college Shes a fine girl too a Yonder some man doesnt marry that girl Then Henry Merton whistled as if to hi e1flongJlow whistle The very thought of some other man rying Alice Travers had made clinch his fists but till thatminute It 1 IJ never thought of marrying hfr Miss himself or of marrying any other it to for that matter IJIn the iKxt room Alice Travers Henry had jut firfhed transcribing ain of letter Mr Meirton had ditatid it her in the 1l1011Jillgwa writing i to her brother in college I enough it war lull of Hen in M rtoa IteticU more Dear Ttdf Youll e know a Writing to O su a tYPt1rr1fer t tan forwI AleI am flrely flxwu Mr Merton hu given me a nice little room to work InIby mywlf and have nothing to but attend to hie corrWpondence been Is quite enough since he came to be general manager Really toe docent seem and have the swelled head a bIt fin account clubIt ard hs quit a yourg man too mnr than 29 or 30 1 should ay He 1Hfraised my salary last month though I dlrirt ask him to Thais why I send S3lJ mnpth Instfad of 5 and now 1 can it every month I like to work for him treats me more roiirtcouMy than any man I ever worked tor before He hat called wo by my first name but tell 0Ing01 acts as If he were asking a favor when he work for me to do He seems a lonesome sort of man tradoeshimself He Ic a Hard worker and men admire him I dont know whether lies married or not but 1 dont believe Is for no woman ever comes to tee him and the office But there youll know him probably some day At least I want you to when chtherttake for a pattern than Mr Merton Let me know how you are getting along and save what ucan for you will seed a little to go on when you tathrough college In June Write 10011bLovingly 0 Henry Merton was not a man to de lay matters With him a problem nOI presented itself than he about to solve it and a decision to do certain thing was always followed at once with the doing Whilehe was the listening to the click of Mi Travers ii typewriter which to him was music for a reason he had not realized be can fore he had reached an important de cision the most important of his life thus farand he set about putting it into effect ins way that was thorough the ly characteristic of the man He went into Miss Travers room a and seated himself in the chair he al ways occupied when dictating letters He did not ae some business inn would have done call her to his desk to take notes on a sliding shelf with no place to rest her arm Tmvers he said and ethis noticed a queer sound in his voice will you please take a letter for me a letter to my mother AtJaatv thought MilS Trevors I am to know something about Mr Merton 1 never knew before whether he had a motjier You need not mind totake notes said Mr Merton Just take it on the machine for I shall not dictate rapidly Are you ready I Dear Mother I have been so busy lately that I have had little time to Ie write and now what I have to say will surprise you perhaps pain you a lit tie at first Ever since I left home and came to this smoky noisy town you have been the dnly woman in then world who has really known me or anything about me and now I am going to get married Pardon me said Miss Travers with a slight blush She had written the last word marrdie aadhadAI stopped to erase the last threelettJ and write them over It was in un heard of thing for Alice Travera to make a mistake With no sign of an Qpyan ce Merton wInton IThough no woman knows me I know a woman and one of whom I fro sure you will approve as a daugh ir First of all she is a lady I do not know her people but I am sur tfrbm her manner and character Il tend pcrianfma ld4ui1 do not think you would call her t girl She is something bet tot than thatt There is a womanly 4nity andewselness about her that tv s her a charm far greater than dGmere beauty She is not a girl rosily a woman a gentle true sweet women One thing I know you will like about her She hai a younger brother in college and every month she sends him a generous part of her earnings he mayeducate himself iby toYOlshall know her soon Assoon we are married you must come ldthe vsitus There will be no occasion for you to be jealous mother She rill welcome you I am sure Her name I had forgotten to 1lcan you Hor nameIs Alice Travers There was another pause here and this time Alice Trav rs did notblush but trembled slightly and turned a little pale Then Merton went on mytHenryMwton rose quietly 1dU stood pesiqe tire woman he had loved for wcekstbut had notknown it She sat with Angers poised over the keys liraf if vraitiffg for him jtofinish the When you have fiulehed theletter tT ii T YC2 C I j Tmvo hesaid please bring me and I will sign itIminute of silence seemed to Morton like hours as he waited the next room for an answer Thfii camefour sharp clicks on the typewriter yr i and a period Thore vnr a fiincion of moisture his eye anda warmth ofSomething than courtesy in his voice when moment later he looked up and saidI the first time I thank you Before it had always been TravenI who had aceutomed to dine with Merton play billiards with him at his after trying in vain for days to account for his absence found theo lution in a line in the list of marriage licenses in an afternoon paper It reads Henry Merton Alice Travers 13 14 SMALL CHURCHES in England That Measures Only SIxtacQ Pet Square There rs many churches that at tattention by their size and grandeur There aTe a few that are remarkable by reason of their smallnes simplicity It U believed that tile smallest church in England saya writer irf the Quiver is the midget at Lullingtonin Sussex It is a primitive and quaint building of flint with stone quoins it ha roof of rtd tiles and a tiny weather turret at its west end This minature church is only 16 feet square Its pulpit is a pew with paneled sides and door and the furniture- is of the plainest Five narrow diamondpantd window give light to interior When the tiny church fall 30 people are gathered together quite as many as the little village supply Only a little larger is the quaint meetinghouse at Crawshawbooth a village near Burnley It is known as Friends meetinghouse and if covered with ivy and surrounded by wellcared for burialground Inside may be seen half a dozen oak benches that could if necessary accommodate 60 people The attend ance is rarely more than six John Bright once walked 12 miles from Rochdale to be present at a service in meetiQgbo1le Somewhat smaller than this chapel however is one that has been called the shrine of Quakerism It is in the hamlet of Jordans in Buckingham shire Hither in June of every yea r come Quakers from all parts for here lie the remains of the great Quaker William Penn If this were not enough to make the place interesting it has the furthei attraction of being the neighborhood in which Milton lived after writing Paradise Lost a cottage in the vi cinity affording him a restingplace FEEDING A 26FOOT PYTHON The Operation Required the Combined Efforts of a Dozen Men There are 25 genera of the boa fam fly the most mportant of which art the two species known as the pythons They are of great size some of them attaining a length of 30 feet and are usually for their voracious ap petite but occasionally this appetite fails and drastic measures must be mployed Some time ago the New York Zoological society secured a 26 foot python which was placed inthe reptile house It absolutely refused to eat anything and while it is possi ble for a enake to refrain from for a considerable period there is even to the endurance of a snake there seemed to be no inclination on the part of the snake to save itself from starvation the authorities decided that extreme measures must be taken The food which consisted of two rabbit and four guinea pigs was prepared The animals were fastened to the end of a long polo The snake was firmly grasped by 12 men and brought out in the center of the reptile house Its mouth was opened and the food was pushed into it by the aid of the pole The snake made violent efforts to break away and itwas only tho combined efforts of the men he was held quiet enough to allow gastronomical operation to be per He was then put back into the cage to allow the processes of digestion to resume Scientific Ameri Knew What Made a Dollar In one of the public schools a teacher was recently interrogating her class in arithmetic Among her pupils is a little girl of Hebrew parentage Kachel said the schoolmaam how many is two times 50r A dollar promptly replitd the little one Milwaukee Sentinel Suspicions People lcome people are so suspicious that it is a wonder that they trust heI gelTee Atchison Globes SHW 7 t JIlL WULD- ALMANAC AND ENCYCLOPEDIA A STATISTICAL VOLUME OF t Over 10000 Facts and Figures ContainIng Over 600 Pagat t wJup1 Special Features niUlonalrra of the United SUto Parti cular Akcttt Three Thousand America t Magnates Organized Labor Strength f tb Labor Unlou Th Trnrts United States Census New Ceasus- ofIlurpznCountrtaa i iIT1 Nlcaratna Caaal 1 and the ifeyPau- nceliijfotaTgtlesWth I I IIUrcat BritaIn The R- eEiti Utloas of Cuba With LiJthi United SttU The I1cocfrexic Cl Ameri vIjcan Repltnei at the I I1City of Mexico Tbe V Anarchist Etatli- ticaIJ01 f Thl Coantrr ad Projrtas of Aerial Narlgatlon la 1901 n New York Municipal Electloa of 1901 AgricultUre Manufactures ncrtaUty FACTS ABOUT POLITICS TIlE BOOK THAT BELONGS IN EVERY OFFICE AND IN EVERY HOME Of ff 8 EVERY AMERICAN 8 i PriceIAMERICAN STANDARD ANNUAL AT ALL NEWSDEALFM THE WORLD Pulitzer Bfcff New Y r COURIER =JOURNAL 1JThe Twice W k CuriorJ our nal is the b st imutr published in the United Stat fir Dmocrntg and for nil rpHdtrp It is UIH equal of many dailits tid Ih Mip rior of all other stMiiiweftvli or weakllos Henry Watterson editor Tfau WuiliittUy ibiiM i4 devoted to news matter lb SturUr issue to the home Samp copies sent s JILtlUIti lCr By a special rrKamneut you can get the KIXTOCKUM and thel TwionaWeec WUtiJurul both ens yr ruIV 50 Thip is for cHsli s bcrpiiou uuijr All 8Mb ariptious irulir tM rotiibiakiif offer mustSlul iiOig5i use KiMr tuokitrv rffl 4 City Property FOR SALET- he handsome residence y on South Main Street formerly owned Ly Dr James Rodman and now owned by Mrs Mary R Sutherland is 1for sale For information apply to J Wa DOWNER Hopkinsville Ky NOTICE I have opened a horseshoeing shop nextto Laynes stable in Geo Steeles old stand Thirty years experience enables rne to guarantee satisfac tory work I do my own work and do it right Price 20 cents a shoeJohn W Covington MULES FOR SALE Ihave35goodmuies- for sale at mystable cillLAYNE Hopkinsville Ky lt1 g 0- g F r 4iirq IMM +h Ar C ri44I i metS w dia aGdWv + + p bryM = q o1 t1ilft 14nlfthH + c 1 opltinsuiU I cufittllth- aked 51it q F T 1 ilj Tuosday and Friday Dt if BY Of i CHAS M M EAC H A tuf fAti iiFR SUBSCRIPTION SIl A YSAR IN Ally anubears titi fI scat reading notice JO cents per Uoe Special locals S cents line each Insertion Rates for taadinir adrertiwmenta furnished sptappucatoainclur t c t tMARCa 4 1902 f 4 T F 9i5t ANNOUOCEMENT 4 i ware autboriied to announce DBLYfIFJi tat Railroad candkiatetlemmtseloner1i0t4 r i Dtt let ot 1HIqft=iy V It is a bold defiance ofHsentiment for a Governor r crately select the personnel o administration from the gambling element and attempt to force out of office every good man who enters aA word of protest against official cor haks board of commissioners of the Wes tern Asylum because in the first place they were right because lionwere personal with scarcely exception meflrof Christian chsrac tcr and moral standing because they represented the law and public decency and were honest iright men This community itvss ap the commissi n did They repeatedly asked Governor to investigate the scan dais that reunited in the quiet missal of many of the employ es ot tbe asylum male and female This in1 taktipe a we oat was needed The Governor de tcIthey had confessed to crime ir committed in the asylum and had been indicted and punished In u protesting against this encourage meat to lawlessness the commis steers were upheld by the good I people of Christian county almost gthegambingern Asylum is shown in his or a Her removing three of the commis er sloners without authority ot law Gate commissioners a re not subject toTemoval and can only be removed by impeachment proceedings begun in the House and concluded in the Senate This has not been donee The official order in itself con twins a bitter if not a libelous at tadk upon the commissioH Messrs Chas Knight R W i And J B Walker who are falsely when accused of incompetency and neg the tact of duty1 Here where these ed officials are known this display of malice under cover of an executive fined f rorder can only serve to still further xr reduce the number of friends the ters Governor has in this part of the tate The olson bill to make the orchards gardens and waI1termelon patches a felony puni i le by confinement in the pea tiary is a righteous measure neaOugbt durIit e Tworchards1 i thieves do not even wait for dark ing Y rsAnlpenitentiary in every county a abutauto the Culson bill is a good thing that date sbould be pushed alOng F aloiijjTheociation embracing all ratlrr south of the and Potomac riv maac Mississippiy has der f au a rate of one cent per were mile each way to the Confederate veterans in Dalas nettheir ate in Aprii The i 100 Reward 100 against tThereaders of this paper will beX jpleased to learn that there is at f Jeast one dreaded disease that The l science has been able to cure in allwas its stages and that is Cat ftHalls Catarrh Cure is the dulythe oitive cure known to the medical fraternity Catarrb being a cqn the titutional disease requires a con atitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting diectly upon the and JBUCOUS surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the bent strength by up constitution and assisting nature in FernJvefOnetired Hun t that it i ails to cure Send for1st of tcallw anonials Address F1 CHENEY Co 1 Btldr tylU1T f A in9t1iof 1rningsThis root of many evils MGlandular tumors abscesses p and other cutaneous aruptlo inflamed eyelid rickets yspepa sia catarrh readiness to catch cold and Inability to trid of It easily pale ness nervuind oth ailments ding the coniumptlve tendency Gan be completely and permanently removed ho matter how young or old the sufferer Hoods tiarsaparllla was divan the d Ybroken o Ease aud head The first bottle hot and when she had taken six the songs healed and her face was smooth He writes that she has never shown any sign scrofula returning oods Sarsaparilla DOfpromise Ask your druggist for It today and accept no substitute SceNumerous ludictments Returned vBy ustilliWeek And Civil Attentionthe d1warJudge James Breathitt presided Circuit Court yesterday in the spentingThe grand jury late Saturday af returnee its first batrh of fouColePig Erowder and Charles Kay grand la cent henry Ileavell petit larcenyawaMalcolm Carothers murder Cole Vaughan and Rodman morRoyHenderson Spencegrand lateenof theSallietheWalterWilliam Gilmer same 3 cases Sylvester Winders malicious cut tlDglaxheTheagainst John Wilson charged with you shooting and wounding with intent and allVanethe Commonwealth waived firs felony charge and Wilson e a plea of guilty to shooting in sudden heat and passion He 100 Wilson wounded Ikand Wright and tilled one of the Intssons at a brandance in Northfew OEcrI1lOnthSp stage anrobjury in the cue of Bud dhRe shiherDo mlthatSeptember reor a verdict of not guilty The established an alibi o separate indictments a similar offense were then that case charging defend cent with confederating to futimi be was ordered to be resubmit L- tcd to the grand jury but late Mr C H+ Bush one of brothwada set the or This was done and the men released They returnyhomes in Hopkins county Saturday civil action of J W Mason W R Harris was on mo Sk rpmissedJake Williams murder case r continued to the 12th day oi jrSThisdisposition of civil mattersI I po Hopklnsville Couple Eloped To Clarksville To firshneJFergusonHotel Clarksville at wonderful gfdjfcouple 1ifree The bridal party re out if home the same evening Mention It Co t n ri mo JOt10- uo t i A AWFUL SATE Swan Around in a Tank of AcidImples nsLast Thursday Frank Spencer loremon employed by the Gra sell Chemical Company of Float find ind fell into a giant vat of nitric acid aaeofhis fellow vere near the scene of the ac and Spender steam around liquid for several moment his cries were heard When Satan draggedho Hpedborothere is a the cid isofstill alive v ING VALUABLE SER To Country Is Gen Gordon Says An Exchange Mn editorial in the Augusta Chronicle says of Gen Jo Gordon who lectures at Hollands Opera House Monday evening March 10 venture tHe assertion Gordon can not in the ha Congress do his country more ble service than he is doing i ng into the hearts of thousands highswho fought under Grant and deeper veneration tor American vale pdmerthis great and reunited country Without a taint of disloyal ty to cherish the traditions ofthe South without a word of offense to champions of the Northern op he kindles anew the love of eer of Lee he deepens th of every Federal survivor for the military genius and ma nanimity of Grant a kens in both a loftier pa devotionMor libmortalGod shall have a newhotfreedom and that gocernme o people by the people for which wiftheWhen you wake with a bad maythat know Stomach R Liver Z a will cleanse your sto your appetite and feel like a new man easy to take being sugar c pleasant in For sale bv w druggist cots Sangster to Stage 5 ownnterhigh drudtS39so beset with disappoint gerYmoat is the stage Many fall utterly succeed brilliantly and- rued mndi 1 it ill paid arid llttleestee- pt for the occasional girl is a profession to avoid A y general culture a girl may had If thorough it will serve as well elsewhere as in a the cheerMarchHerr tmdies Journal in Convalescing 4 Dr YatergAbernathy will be glad to J nrnI he is recovering from hla re illness In a few days hewill gateto strong enough to be out againling OverWork cityetheunhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood ITyourkldneysoncccvcy r Ine kidneys your purifiers ter out the waste sick the bloodI taktheirachesandrheu Pat1cessdue nelected trounce eytrouble quick unsteadythet A t t Engtheyoverworking In pumping thick kidney was asmItkidneysbut fromnlngsick you can no mistake t doctoring your kidneys The extraordinary of Dr Kul great kidney rem edy realized It stands highest for ItsJourcures the most cases sold on Its merits druggists In fifty nd onedollar may a are Iublood HJ or impurities In If they are from Pains port blood to causes or are make of distressing slzI they Dql11e DY mall Home ot aKata also pamphlet telling how to Tnd or bladder thlsfpaperwhen wrftliig Dr troubleI Bln N Y 1 f 7l f1It1l i f iIltrlcHARPER KENTUCKY WHISHEY for Gentlemen cherishcdeat tieloreASold by W R Lunlt no k1nlvUleKr = =ESTALISHKD 1878 W L LYONS SCO Stocks Bonds Grain CltonICEton Exchange and Chicago Board of Trade tongdistance soldnLOUISVILLE ZY If you want to feel real good buyIsa 0 OnnCorn ForSaie calLeeia wards Mill JNO D GROUSE Kiny MERCHANT RETIRES From Mercantile Business to Maninion 1eThe goods firm of Brandon bymanlmu relitudconductedtriot SonIOnan we the new firm a eral share of patronage Mr Thacker has gone into the el business bavingtaken charge Unthe management of hisexcellent e we bespeak lor that hoes e good business for if a knight the grip ever eats at Mrs Thaek ers table he will forever after have CtsmachPessimists and Optimists pesaimiatbelievesinhoodoosgated n an is rnas The buggies at No 3F N Mascgtstruckers Prices low and grade Come and see W T B Co HOMEOPATHY MEETING Interesting Session Held at Prince Ictonneet Here Next The first meeting of the South western Kentucky Homeopathic organizatlonPrinceton last week Hopkinsville was represented by 1Jas A Young and t G tIiacDr19uDgthe National Society meet which will be held in Cleveland in June Thenext meeting of the South oclety wlll Qe bald iat111s in October A Big Strike manufacturers have trade a- ke for lower prices and F C followedI25 to 50 per cent on all under rs goods and furniture in pro ion Last Farewell Appearance Adelina Patti sang in concert at Royal Albert Hall in London land on November 28 last She received with great enthusi Her first song was the Jew DuringjayGiovanni T stis Ser Ardltis II BadIHome Tltroughmens1 Old Minstrel JQead Billy Rice the veteran minstrel in Hot Springs Ark Satur 6IP j I i a died ji j1 iE JANUMY Jf f Clearance i esJ- f ARE NOW 1 T + THEIR HEIkTS e The advanoh aremakingGoods them will be in What then Display thqii display roomnowwe outeveryonce The Prices i Are all Explanitory= ==The Value Ir Jke all ConvificifigI T 50ndAfStifftV e lot of Boys Woolen Waists vMens y JLvvHowesI worth3 now goes for J JcJ fens All Wool KAOvershirtsMnaAll Cotton CeMens Blue Ribbed Cotton vLMensUnderwear worth 50c now OJLh OvercoatsIn 1 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT tr iJT WALL co A L MULES MULES MULES I AND THEY HAVE ARRIVED yourtradeMulesto sr teed Yours to please JoE COOPER CO- Hopkitisville K Y1 Mntt + A b HttMt b4d bd b 5RfASONS WHY rlBoa shoteld take a Massey Business olleg JfJ2 Its courses of arestudy thorough and y temalle V 3 A written contract backed by a special dnposlt of 100000 Is given ftoplrtce our In positions ipaying ndtieta thanmonth Immediately upon graduation 4500 pee 11 4 We pay students railroad fare to Loufsvllle + 5 We refund upon graduation trert tuitionoa Wiinll is cithgrooiliratlficdr 1 paid to us If the Z xiteffo i and Special lDisaagatr k NpA + tR i+ F t+ + i + NF Fd+ +4++ i ++ F + ++ + + +jfftn 4Muf i IF U 01 r itdt J i r TTTTr V fv rv i fi c jlbOl z Co C I fltt1IiV 1tfitltttfttf 5 pye 80al11emabsolutely surd way ofRonuedno tftflto or odor Is acidiadozen houFulleach cake SOld everywhere Undo by STANDARD OIL On andMOBAnd Alabama Jack Was Ta t to Bowling Green fe fibatnamiles from Guthne Friday by M shal Burrus of Guthrie and L Special Agent J Sol Fritz of this city He was taken to Russell ville but as about 200 people were at the station Judge Crewdson who was also there would not permit the Officers to take him from the train jut ordered him sent to Bowling Green for safe keeping When saw such a large number of people on the platform Jackson was very much frightened and begged in a sullen way to be protected He charged with being a member of the gang that committed arson and robbery at Adairville a few weeks ago He claims to have served terms in the penitentiaries of nine different states Danger of Colds and La Grippe The greatest danger from colds and la grippe is resulting pneumonia If reasonable care ChamberliWill be avoided Among the Iofthousands who have used this remedy for these diseases we have yet to learn of a single case ha resulted in pneumonia which sh conclusively that it is a cer preventive of that dangerous mal dy It will cure a or tack of la grippe in less time any other treatment It is pleasant bydruggist all p NEWS BRIEF A meeting of sportsmen will held at Frankfort next Thursdawas for the purpose of forming an sociatton to protect fish game and song birds SamJones will begin a series ofEmeetings at JTashvHle in April It is not believed that the Presi dent will abandon his visit to the Charleston Exposition on account of the slighting message of Lieut Gov Tillman Mrs E J Evans who died in New York in 1900 left the bulk of her estate valued at 75000 to 100000 to a Pullman car porter by the name of Thurston j SINKING FORK NEWS Sinking Fork Ky Feb2SThe farmers are almost s IIner cupid has been playing his part well Sunday afternoon at oclock Mr Ed Hill and Miss D faunally Daniel were married at the ho m Rev Fred Whittenbraker L in the evening Mr Edgar DI f aSdfaiBB Ellen Hill were marr A large number of friends witnessed both ceremonies We wish them a prosperous voyage through life Rev J W Gant will preach theIthird Sunday at the Chris church r= 1jCJurday at Sunny Banks 1 Rev Freeman and wife of Ca attended the weddings here ftdny I Iirfy X81 I cal instrument s LMr T G Hiser spent atun la j and Sunday at home ying Madam Rumor says there ia tag another wedd in our com f Ibe Methinks our Sinking fpeople are too fastI Messrs Jfm Ovaries and I sie Denton of your citywere c- ingi in our midst Sunday aitern- B01YNI OOn I JrI 1 4 I TREATED WELL I Miss Stone Says The Brigands h Kindlyn v rf CaptivitHAsy Lasting 0vejp Fie Monthsis Salonica Pib 27i Mlss Stone and her party traveled on horse back frdm the nearest lastingfivemany of the inhabitants o tza accompanied the party hymnskena blanket by a servant who dismounted from his horse at the most cult portions of the mountain d GarguIlolrreturned to the women the looks and garments with which the brig ands had supplied them and of which the Governor took possess ion last Sunday The women in teudlokeep these garments as me mentoes of their adventure heMiss Stone says she duly received all letters Mr House sent her dur ing her captivity Upon one occa sion she sprained her knee by ising through a trap door iti it room She was Mme Tsilkas attendant atthe birth of thVlatters baby Miss Stone also says ebrig always treated them well They built a hut for the prisoners on the mountain provided horses for them when they traveled and ca MmeTuilkas baby whenever brigis partytens was on false alarms Miss Stones tors made preparation for sett askediulations to M Garguilo Mr Peet I ingenuitythan dis ran som As the party from Strumitza reached the top of the Chipell Pass nearing the railroad the travelers apbe an affecting meeting b tween lsitkasa was Small Real Fstate Deal Mr I P Davie has sold to Sivley ten acres of woo adjoining the latters farm for 5300 Help NatureBabies and children n jiwrong They need a little I iimachinery eofSeD1 1Ic COD LOSER OILaIy yyypOPNOSPNITESofLiV1E6 SODAm be will generally correct this 1pc difficulty If you will put from one fourth to half a teaspoonful z J0times jlastto teaspoonful according to age dissolved in their milk 1Cl if you so desire will very I soon show its great nounsh power If the mothers wo milk does not nourish theKe baby she needs the emul sion It will show an effect been mothIe0 4allanti See end Iao elf dtu gUU SCOTT DOWKE ChrmtststN sw t ttttUttttft can oIkt 1 ti tc m i t f I i BAKINCf POWOR Imparts that peculiar lightness sweetness and flavor noticed in the finest cake shprt cake biscuit rolls crusts etc which ex unobtainabletuse o any agent Pure healthful highest in strength dYACB1KlNtlpOWOER C0100 WILLIAM 8T7NEWYOnK WANTED IN l CLARKSVILLE Was Colored Boy Arrested He Last Week WeGlrltsvihebreaking and larceny was arrested here Friday He was taken back to Tennessee the same day an fridarkLa Grippe Quickly Cured Ilnt tack of what is called La Grippe I says F L Hewett a prominent I druggist of Winfieltl IIIliTheonly medicine I used was two Retheystopped the coughing like magic and I have never since been troubled with Grippe Cham berlains Cough Remedy can al upcapInthreated attack of pneumonia is pleasant to take too whi makes it the most desirable and one of the most popular preparationa use for these ailments For s by all druggist BREATHED LIFE Into An Apparent Corpse of Sui cide Who Revived Henry Duke a Hinkleville farmer while temporarily unbalanced in mind hanged himself His wife and son soon cut him down Life was rectorDIed mesasdland of massage treatment and by blowing in his mouth He lived un tit 26 hours thereafter when he died MINSTRELS MARCH 8IRichards Pringles Big Oganle zation For Matinee and Night bigied this season as the greatest ef forts of those enterprising Ameri HolIS March 8 matinee and nightI 1From its lengthy list of features I rollicking sound of splendid minstrelsy and vaudeville can be expected Every act is a liner and the clever blending darliey fun surprising novelty novelty singing and dancing a spectacular first part of prix oriental splendor is said to a magnificent triumph in this line of entertainment Forty bright brainy colored per rosteri Dick Thomas Jas Moore Will and Charley Friday th of endmen The olio i made of all big acts among which sidete Powell the uptodate black jester Trio Kitchie the Jap hisIBilly in a new act Tb4First District Committee called to meet at March 15 to settle uponthe hasI OTaiiner of nominating cratfc candidate for Congress OJlte IJJames grad Sam Crossland are the dates jf 1 iljjt 1 lI r EBETHEL COLLEGE NOTES reThe work on Zaida is being s cessfully pushed forward and evefuss goodthence auc hope to be entertained accord It is very encouraging to receive the f replies whichure now coming thatdlaknowOld pupils have at heart the tv elf reThe ou of Bethel 1rIassured of the happy issue to efforts Prayer meeting led by Miss M a chapelmThe members of the Physics and Chemistry classes attended Davis lecture on Liquid Air last rcJpr enjoyedch FaleMiss Soyars is a genuine bosteasTheand her friends feel grateful to for the delightful evening affo tc themhIhe Music Elocution and Phys renderedinterestingSaturday afternoon TI month I recitals are proving to quite beneficial to school both by giving to each ambitious pi an opportunity of witnessing the progress of her coworkers and as hibroughUnmaster minds in both the fields ofbtl music and of ora torrprKA602ETIC SOCIETY NOTES The society was called to or the usual time last Friday after noon The attendance was good three members ailing to re Otheof officer and committees T Treasurer antwared with a full port of everything that had fall within her line of business sin she had taken the oath of office ti probySince there was no new busine longtimewhich was the first of itskind which we have had Nearly every member answered to her name by reading an article about some event of general interest Judging from the good beginning+ we think that these programmes will be a source of much good The programme posted for next Friday consists of a study of Robert Burns REPORTER BOWLING RESIDENCE Burned Thursday Night Together With Its Contents Mrs Sallie rags resider cedren nprthwucest road destroyed by fire last Thurs night about 9 oclock The oc EwingrJging a neighbor and the origin of the fire is not known Bsad g could be done to save either the g or contents loss of Mrs Bowling asJWood is probably 3500 e anourhouWedChamberlains Cough Remedy as directed and a quick recovery is sousDIrresult in pneumonia which i the only serious danger whhavee lamHImWIsold building on the corner ot beinrdedg room e a new quarters of the First National Bank This is lhedbuilding on Main street inus grienoIeof Nature Makes The reIilNature smiles on the man who displays common setse in buying sale buggy a Mascot from W T d Co No3 North Virginia opposite Hotel Latham Low high grade derFather of 26 Children John M Lin ney the father of 26 children died near Danville KyMr Friday Stowe PERA HOUSE tmMarchrtr it Richards Pring- fesFAMOUS GEORGIA IINSTRELS J BigComediansell and Thomas Twelve Corn plioActsA Magnificent Free sl1eelara- de takes place at 1130 a ms Night Prices 25 50 ancMatinee Prices adults 2cchll15c q lyforr Have Your House Planned Before YouIuild By AS L LONG ARCHITECT Special attention given to de SthousesOffice in R C Mafai Street Phone 167rv fir Ragon Dead earlyuand a native of Trigg county died Thursday after a long illness was 64 years old and one of the men in Southern Indiana Pneumonia Can Be Prevented This disease always results from cold or an attack of the grip and may be prevented by the timely of Chamberlains Cough Rem y This remedy was extensively I during the epidemics of la of the past few years and a single case has ever bean reported that did not recover or that t in pneumonia which preentive by all druggist M County Court Orders Arthur Davis has been appointed deputy sheriff The Planters Bank an 1 Trust i Company has been appointed ad ministrator of the estate of the late s Virginia Rossington E A was named as appraiser j Lt STRONGEST IN THE WORLD 4 The quilable Life Assurance Society OF THE UNITED STATES Outstanding Assurance Dec 31st 1901 117927672500tj New Assurance Issued in 1901r + 245912087001 Income in 1901 w t ji r 6437460594- Asse1specem f i beitJ1901r+ r w 3310 3972034v 25991067828slSurpluses n u n rn 71129 iJ Paid J icyholl rs in 19Q1 ll fL r 12 7 061 t IJasW lexan ler President Jail I ydeVice= Presideni h IDILDAY IIPOWeLL Managers Louisville Ky Nt Bttllard aBpeci fl Agen Hopklnsville Ky ti I 1t 4 Jk c 1 L My Wzd 1 5 G r G 0 0rJuc 00 q i 4 1 IMli io1JrD iii1Ii SlJ c 0 cJ 4 n n C o r JI 1 jJb iy- o 1ittNIf f oJ iIt pit sppK W ty il9 rJJl rr E4 i lr 1kIJt t1tt111t3ii1 ftitrIltktIt 0 i i r i i MC C1 lIre st rj 1 k theru a affairs of lift P Do you cart t great mot r have brought abtu the amJitioas in which ytu live and tIme J i fia1ffa are in power today P Do yut enjoy tvbolestme aaiauteJ stories that- i tree to lift P Do YIf fir btaxty ill asy for P TMII there is f escape foryou s you tuxstjwi the army sobs read McClure refularlj Iat A FEW FEATURES FOR 1902 e L itt tNew Romantic Love Story by BOOTH TARKINGTON r flltt of U Tie Gtwteaea frsw ll1JilluII aid Co Monrfrxr Braxlerrt a tale of love thwarted but triumphant of gallant men and beautiful I women It deals with life in Indiana at the time of the Mexican War True Story of the Standard Oil By IDA M TAR 1 BELLIflltblr of a Lift of Naffeon u Life if Lincoln as A N J dramatic human story of the first and still the greatest of all J1lstsnOf ian economic treatise but an exciting historye t Greatest of the Old Masters Clara Mofriss Stage KecolJec By JOHN LA FARGE Interest tiOHS Stories of Salvini Bern 9 t ing and helpful papers oa Michelan hardt Mrs Siddons and others K geloRapadRembrandtetctheir A Battle Of Millionaires By 1 finest pictures reproduced in tints the author of Wall Street Stories Mr Dooley on His Travels His The Forest Runner Serial Tale views upon the typical New Yorker of the Michigan Woods s Philadelphian Bostonian and in Josephine Dodge DashalnMore- y habitant of Chicago and Washington Child Stories William Allen White on Tillman Emmy Lou Stories by GEORGE Platt Cleveland and others MADDEN MARTIN t ajIllstrand mttrlI MIniM Infill may slier forms KM frit ft aq addrttt S S McCLURE CO 141155 East asth Street New York N Y ONE DOLLAR A YEAR 1 But at any price THE BEST JySchleySantiagoBY GEORGE EDWARD GRAHAM The Intrepid Aasoluiid Pre war e rrepondent bows aboard the P S 8 llrooklyr during the entire are photographtaken The MostSensational Book of the Day FtylngSqulkiron aTOLLt personalaccountThe facts of tho of the movementsAnd opcrAtlon of the Plying Squadron all theauthor tells thorn In book Arc correct IV S SUHIBY An Interesting narrative of feats Kxplalnt the to CoalingPreblemof the Court of Inquiry i saysMrbaccount I have beard or read ol the reader ree to make the deduction that naval Iltbtlnr during the war It needed lust several naval olllcers need a Court ol In i i 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f i IentuckjanOii r w J t 1 THE KENTUGKITN I ALWAYS r Y rid H lJlJ a NeAw sit111 thlelTimrer o rl r t t1el13t = aitn n- rr r e 1 PlJ1Jm STOP CHECK 1 An iXnAHltt1 Device That nell Orerburdeita Truck tloraes- and Their Otvucrci An ingenious lille devise that proving a booc to overburdened hors Us and is brtjgingwoe to wsnya careless dilatory or brutal driVervfa to he UUI nowadays on the 4Jrery wagons bf ninny big mercantile Usril br wwi an4 truckib epmyatdCs den these dui V of aWpf dIlpetlHpnand good lit fc 1f1ltfltOIltCCtSIi ofl business enterprises flint the greatest possible service be obtained from men and horses alike but wise employtra who take pride in thrJr handsome delivery animate and pay tidy sums for r AfTnCnl11iL n 1b = DulaM to fJJve Relief to Qv rburdened Truck Iov5534 stench hors UcBh And no economy in overworking their draught animals nut tryaatlieptroitdtbetnaaagers- mans of bUtlOfstconcern qr 100 or more hor es fonrid It nlraoift Mn posfeibtllty to panethe reaonslbrt for abuses until the speed and atop checkori indicator of which there bre several patterns came into the to aid the work of the Bergb soolet delivery superintendents and stable bosses Now if Fritz or Patrick stops at his favorite saloon to play ft game of pinochle with his cronies and then con pels his horses to make up the lost tin P afterward it is all indicated on the speed and stop cheek modelled after the fashion of the cyclometer of cycle fame The indicator is about shape of nn ordinary Larm clock wit a face about five inches acrots and di vided by minute and hour linen clock hand moves continuously b another dial is so arranged that records only while the wagon move stamping each quarter mild as it wheeled off The indicntor attsch to a rear wheel and itn driver atn the time hand goes on but the distance marker doe not With the number miles traveled the time consumed or the stops all indicated It iseasy fu the employer to tell nt a glance if h horses have been overdHeiunnd if t driver has been attending tou promptlyMISS I VIVIAN SARTORIS GrnnililiinKliter of Con U S ICr tine Decided to Itctlre train the Social World XM Vivian Snrtorlt of Waahln ton D C the beautiful granddntiKh ter of Gen U S Grant has daoldcd to retire completely from tlio vocial world and devote herself to nu nr tiitic and musical career Miss SRI torte at present is in Pasta spend 12 hours a day in fitting herself the examination to the Ecole de Beaux Arts MIlls Vivian is the old of the two daughters of I and Mrs Sartoris her mother been the only daughter of Gen Gran She was one of the most beautiful and attractive girls of Washington society and rumors of her engag 1 MID VIVIAN SARTomSfWill Divot Her U9 to ArtltUo and Musical IurlultImeat or marriage hove been ffeIguest In a recent letter to her mother Miss Srirtoris explains that slid 41 Heved herself In love with Mr Bn four glut ne the time of the tveddln approached she discovered her ttofl ness to nraume the rowponnibllltfes of matrimony Mrs Sartorls tells her friends she doss not think her murryNone ed at the announcement of her absolute doyoIngherd music A few of her friends believe that sIte will army nn operatic career but her entrance t011le 3co t des Beaux Arts would Indicate that hqr ambition is to becomg fa pnlntertor sculptor 4 rdenj1n ed a crusade against men yp will n work nnd support their families wants an ordinance passed requirl such man to be arrested and put at work QnfJh rock pile withwage9 The money she would over to the families for their support J u Tile TrOlh re told by most If it were not isthe whole commercial ami social fabric fall to nieces There are thou sends upon thousands of people who tleatifq to the cures by Dr Ptetees Golgelt Medical Discovery eskey are repreaenta Uve 1n their coiuiHumtiB You theirrgethin of knowledge They speak the aim truth when they testify that Doctor ierces Golden f Medical Discovery cures dyspepsia tI weak stomach and other diseases of the stomach and its al liedorgans of dies ton and nutriUon- It cures when all other remedial means have failed It cures perfectly and permanently alcohol erv it ill inN from opium cocaine and nil other narcotics Accept no for Dr Pierces Medical Discovery Theresa nothing just as good ht was a total wreck could not eat or sleep CrnwlbCord doctors but received very little benefit I lost flesh add strength was not able to do a good work I commenced taking Dr Fierce Golden Medical Discovery ana when I had taken one bottle I sleep and Inyappetlte fivebottlesDr Pierces Medical Adviser paper covered is sent free on receipt of 21 one cent stamps to pay expense of mailing sti etFRUIT HILL LETTER Fruit Hill Feb 2Gair Hugh Griffin is at JJJIoio this week on business J D Henderson and family were the guests of relatives Saturday and Sunday bletV B West and US Barnes- h are delivering tdbacco at David Smiths this week hurtiffortunately not Very seriously guestPwNancy Graddy returned to lastdiwAustin Wicks had gone to Mis homet3Cures Rheumatism and Catarrh Medicine Sent Free tSend no moneysimply writs and try Blood Balm at our ex pence Botanic Blood Balm BBB thhpains muscles and joints of rheumatism or the fouJ breath hawking spitting droppings In the throat bad hearing specks fly oucarsaerpatent wadi thaaAns u resort It is especially advised for chronic deepseated onecor faymptorasof rheumatism 6r catarrh white or Blood anblooda healthy blood supply Cures are upSoldsoulfree j cal advice dy describing your trouble ptlIntaGa fl best reference Miss Stone Starts Today For Salonica- Constantluople Feb 25AOtr 5tf gutlo the first dragoman ot the American Legation here to day messagefromMiss Ellen M Stone and her com panion Mme Tsilka arrived Feb = ruary 23 after their release by the captiity t WilliSaloaicsa 0 CASTOR IAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought 0 Blurs the J ySignature of HoA man named Hughes is reported have been lynched near Jacksonville 111 without known cause p l asrg 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I l3 1 IIIlif79 del t- I 1 t i i 4l 11w1i14J h4L lt +4- ly I J fIr J p IIrf l g 15J 15r IrI iiJ I 7 ifwF i Twenty three YearsJ f ljj II I J Is41 t f II IIview iifithe fact that the KENTUCKIAN has wound up its 23rd year of It- I tSilccess it is not u tol place to say a word to its friends The KEN i TUCKIAN has long since become a fixture of Hopkinsville f I iiAll Newspaper Records m the City slave Been Broken by ItIt I No other paper ever published in Hopkinsville can point to a record of r 6 L more than 20 years with each years business better than the one before I I How many papers in that time have tried to run in Hopkinsville and oI fallen by the wayside Howmany have failed to reach the goal f 11 An ocean cable 10000 miles long would not serve the purpose for which its0was designed if it fell short within twenty feet of the receivinginstru i lJ mentII a i ft Isnt the first end thatcounis Its the last end The start is noth f I ing Every contestant starts in a race but how many finish 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thirteenth chapter of First Corinthi tns or Keats Ode on a Grecian Urn which is probably the most perfect motnorysimagination whole mental outlook and temper are transformed He hu developed new affinities and is swayed by new in fluences Boston Watchman JUNGLE FEVER Horrors of Disease Distracted the Mind of an Army Officer There it a sad story behind the resignation of Second Liout J H Bradford Seventeenth infantry son of the Into Lieut Col Bradford of the Nineteenth infantry says the Wash ington Star Young Bradford who was ordered to the Philippines dis appeared from San Francisco in a mysterious manner about three months ago and the war department was unable to secure any information 86 to his whereabouts until a few days ago when he was found living in a boarding house in St Louis eking out a precarious existence as a teacher std wheelwright under an assumed mme A brief investigation showed thit the young man had losfchismind ana his condition was attributed to the fact that he had a severe attackpf jungle fever while serving in thePhil ipjines nearly two years before It was undoubtedly the recollection of that experience which led to his deser lion atSan Francisco and mado him hick from the military authorities He was placed in a detention ward at Jefferson barracks St Louis for ob tenderaed r erect to keep him in the army on the theory that his malady would yield to treatment but Lieut Bradford paid no attention to their appeals and insisted on the acceptance of hi resig nation That action ve taken by t joungBradfordservice CURE FOR A STOOP involved Both a Reminder and a HeATI Penalty genpPmantragedians as to tho best mode of cor reotng a stoop which he had ac siuired The swoon told him that aoither stays nor straps would do hi onlymethodto keep his shoulders back by a volun tary effort But the tragdjanreplied that this be could not de e liit mind wa other wise occupied Tho surgeon then told him he could give him no further assistance Shortly after this 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your work to foreign rrrrs or for institutions when you can gtfa fine grade of work from home = jbiititutions like the Hopkinsvi lie HBteam Laundry J cW G Orr who has for a numb tictyears been conducting a furni y Iture and undertaking business in on positiyks k1 Tg mill that is being constructed lI a t Louisville Trenton Democrat Illrr7find it to their interest to investj plans and record of the tIMutual Beset Lit Insurance of Newark N J No Stockholders All profits divld j Among policyholders It is con fBpicuous for economical management i liberality of its policy con tract fairdealing with its memC bers and large annual dividends to seduce the cost of your insurance AgentsI1PERSONALGOSSIP Mr J V Mathews of Springfield tTenn was in the city last week Mr W A Glass was in Hender s son last week to Mrs M H Wood is visiting rela byes in Clarksville Col R A Burnett of Cadiz is in the city on professional business Judge J T Nunn of Madison yille was in the city yesterday Hon James B Garnett of C-adizg1 in the city Mr Wallace Kelly now of Eddy ville is in the city a Mr Robert Brown of Nashville1 as in the city pr Prof C C Ferrell of Oxford d Miss is visiting his parents Mrs D W Kitchen and daugh i ter returned Sunday from a visit to Texas Mr T H Carloss Jr has re turned from a visit to his brother AlabamaIMrs J H Lutx and Hiss Ruth Lutz of near the cityf DawsonFinr parenttLtf Mrs Anna DilU has ratura from Ohio where she +pent the most of the past year at tpeeaiturned home last week f Cait Record was io the city a home trom a visit to Frank tkfortMiss Mary Park returned home t Saturda after a two weeks yisit ctofriends in Louisville and Madia son Intl Capt d L Dade U S Army visitithead Dade This is Caspt Dadfts I first visit in six years He wilijt moqLrasfi j and old friends i f tt Mr Jamie McPherson w ho hM y been spending some time with hi parents returned to Louisrille last vweek to resume his duties withtite Louisville Safety Vault and Truat Company He has fully recovered from his illness Mr John H Bell Jr who has been in New York several week buying spring goods for J H Anderson Co of which firm he is a 3tmember returned home Friday will return ina few I days They bought largely torn n i seasonMr John W Richards has ac i cepted a position with L M Cay wourJt gu Mr Richards is a very popularpe gentleman an experienced man and will control con siderab- c trade Commissioners Sale r DiMu ly veS- on yesterday sold 21x acres of acrar the city to W H Reeder Price at f 26 the rrl- s r COLORED MEN Scuffle Over Pistol and One of Them Killed Slayer Held for Manslaughter nd investigatessat diice Adam Coleman shot and instant killed WilliamWalthrop on the far of Mr W D Summers five mil West of the city Saturday nigh t Both men were colored farm hands erShortly after supper Coleman out his pistol and was examining it when Walthrop grabbed the weap on and a scuffle ensued during which the pistol was discharged The bullet took effect in the mans heart and hotrtil dead Coleman claims that the killing was purely accidental and he made no effort to escape Coronor Aliens worth went out Sunday and heldJ an inquest Coleman was over ants charge of manslaughter toIthe jailerJSunday Thefgrand jury will look into the case this week 5 t t Stock Peas of owWeWhippoorwills that we are selling at a livel Dont delay if yo need any as they are ver eascarce and but few of these G goods are to be hod JIjCall djI T CaDper G CO- Wholesole in and Retail tirocersd ITOpposite Ef r A t 01 5 a I TBNiNESSEEANS FIMeD Peddling in City Without License One Had Pistol Broiidafternoon charged with jewelry chewing gum etc finle5led ti oval tine of S25 was entered against Brown for carrying concealed dead weapons J Seed Pototoes New York Early Rose potatoes Cayces grocery The finest on WI1 WI ulfriirittii 0 jJ J r j A 1 jJ i to JI S K t NQT s5 Friday gdelightful recital of the compositions of American composers was attended by a large and Wen pleased audience Folloxving is the program of the evening Orchestra Selections Emerson ChefWis Buck Echoes of the 3U Rin Miss Angie ltaxOfl i lMissSongTurner FoxcsLove S9 Jones DerailsMcItuenitDaughter Miss Bessie Quarles Fauconier Reverie Mr Bassett Elgin violin Dennee Seherzino Miss Katharine Long Porter Sttagurlwi iliiss tH1 w Spouseone Jit0t1 q en t ur18f 111tSh Lu n attlest l Jeffrey 0 f reuaaC urSalHe 4nns L erlen Miss Rhoda JMcDowellI Sbadcfrv Dnnce Miss Florence Elgin Ch adwickrZuIlabMiss Jonelle Gollowaf StetivartSelection from Florddora Mr Donnell Carey violin Barlett Polka de Concert Miss Edtrundson Longfellovv Bridge Pnntomine Miss Lillie Brown Mr Barton McEuen being the only male performer on the piano made a decided lot His playing shews the magic touch of a natural musicianThe e readings of tiis byheartythe negro dialect she is unequaled among amateurs EBoalesAlthough very young her voice has the clearness and roundness not often heard among experienced singers The entire program was exceed ing well rendered and all perform ers deserve the highest credit On account of the large number members of the college literary Prof Kuykendall sug a division This was made last Saturday night The seniors officersy I Chance WnlalacyCullum and G King critics Following are the officers of the section H West president Bailey secretary Roy Cullum I lparabalFThe two divisions will meet sep ICaptcharge of the military depart menThe Y M C A met in Prof Tbursday convention Mr Fletcher Fox an alunrotof Slt C paid us a visit last week embrakespnJ3rn Mr in anAter to Lnerotableta Theycleanse bynilArchitect Long I JVlrji Jas L Long the wellkiwn pIthose contemplating building in the qeaj future is called to same Mn Long has had considerable HIin CIofflcebuilding where he can be found ion hours at gv TheWeatherf- Washington I D CtINov 3 Cloudytonightrain preceded by fair in extreme + portion tonight is mi 1ii I b = = rt f tL- H PREBAR Tf BQEit 1 1iJ tlp yiJf lUQ51S lLND I r Ijql t Y bastnz implements on thel11 Jl- etVuicari I Oliver Chil- lEiOt11ntsHei1nn i G ty t f d I t i TtXl1iTIg Plows will do the ti9JklWe keep i I them in all SIzeS1 I 1 it ohn Dtrniis Keyjst6iie Disc Hattow jj estile work better than any other Tie beer Black Hawk Corn Planters Putjust the number of grains to the hill you want Come in and look at them OU1tiva orsWe have several makes Spring Tooth Disc and Shovel1 either in walking or riding eedYbroughthereSorghum Peas SEED COKNTseveral varietiesa new fresh lot of Garden Seeds THIS STOCK IS FRESH Ferti1izersOur old friends in Fertilizers Homestead Armour Ox Brand and Northwestern They will do the work Give us your orders early Buggies and PheatonsJThe largest stock ofBuggies Surries and Phaetons ever shown Come and look Our General Stock 1Our general stock is large and will assorted and the prices are right on everything WALL PAPER FOR EVERYBOBt FORBES BROTIIIEER I FARM SOLD South Christian Fdrrner WJ1I Move to OklahoiWh1Y I li Mi P tor Adcock Ssold iis farm ot 2Sh acraafHwo titles South pfBeradoa toC Stephen Dennio West oj r hood Tbi oonsolidaljqytj was 1200 AdcojiU will have I a saofpersonal prpperty today und will n shore while move to OkRhoraa makilts home There are some genuine good buggies in town Come and see them at No3 N Virginia street opposite Hotpl Latham Low price higL grade W T S Co SAM M QAINES oj ty Situated in Washtrigton and In Qoood Health The CourierJourqal 6f Sunday this information at out a former editor Capt Sam Gaines of Kentucky of the Mails and Files divis of the United Stales Treasury Department has a delightful home Brookland thee mjjes out of town where be lives wfth his wife and two daughters ijusses Mary and Addie The Miss Gaines are now vfs ting their brother in New York The Captainsiiiealthwhich has beep precarious for many year now entirely restored i t i J 7 r T o THE t- TdunesseeBuillesg C11ege a 4rsinceIgreatest and encouragement We have ha a large enrollment and have secured positions for every one four r graduates without a single exception and manyof them are holding some of the most responsible positions with salaries anywhereWeare graduates of the very best colleges in the South You can get no better no more thorough courses anywhere advantagetoions 0 We are connected with three Employment Agencies in othelIfities and are having many more calls for bookkeepers stenographers every week than we can possibly supply All r you have to do is to take a thorough course with us and tile a consequences will take care of themselves agoodboarding fi Thisschool is permanenttWrite for Catalogue jfe Ri MOO tA4 4 F k vir4 fPhonei t I t iP a r fi j ff tt