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Hopkinsville Kentuckian: n. Thursday, June 1, 1905. Hopkinsville Kentuckian. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Chas. M. Meacham, Hopkinsville, KY 1905 hop1905060101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Hopkinsville Kentuckian: n. Thursday, June 1, 1905. Hopkinsville Kentuckian. Chas. M. Meacham, Hopkinsville, KY 1905 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. 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first in whole State of Kentucky Vv IrDAWSON IVtANw And South Christian Womani rr Married Here f h y i I Mr William Dpckerly of AatiY6o- nand Miss Gertie Moss of South Christian were married here rues day by Jude rMrand J theirYi I ALWAYS RAINS On Federal Decoration Day v s l Here- Ram iv y S began to fall a 420 q m Tuesday A young man of this m- wh has been flkt ping tab Says t that this IS 4 thesixthconsecutive year f May that it has rainecrot1the 30th of zti jl v Sn4-rlR Ii TSA I S F FLI q tbb r I V I1It c h Bi Lot Of wBiie t Laundried and Urf r hileG1 all Styles f fO ri T tlj S Ay esscosw a 1t Once t Of j 1 T IS rLIJ t r Iii tif i r rtrJONES I J T7 RUSSIAN FLEETtSUNK tf1 r ROJESTYENSKCAPTURED J YM 11 J1Ii iijf I if Russian A airs our a i hdk Hris Flugship 84k in Gre tsq estI iatt1esH j fi H t tptyrE ItW W ff R OR CA f D- Twollemrs i d of Shatter klpet Reack diostdk7- Reporting Losses tol anese Which To o- Fails to Co Conflicting Stories Are Told d tp fi N Washington IX C1 May 31 reporfromis j ernment the loss to the Russians in ships sunk or captured nc w num bers twentytvo while full vpaifticU lars are not yet iris The Admiral1 says that none of his Jfg fighting ships are seriously damaged In teresting news comes from Vladivos tok sent direct by the correspondent of the Associated Press who reports the arrival there of the protected cruiser Almaz and the torpedo boat destroyer Grozny The officers of the Almaz say they witnessed fhesinkr ingof two Japanese battleships and that two Japanese cruisers were list ing badly and seemed about to sink when the fog obscured further view of the battle There seemsto begr i l as to the fate of Vice Adixao jestvensky It is r portedWihe arrived at oil r pedo boat Buiny badly wounded an that his wife had received a egram from him while a report re ceived from Tokio late Tuesda night at the Japanese legation at Washington says he was captured o board the Russian destroyer Biedovy with another Admiral both severely wounded and wfh several staff offic ers of his flagship the Kniaz Souvar off the sinking of which is confirm ed by the officers of the Almaz Additional Reports Washington D C May 31The official report of the latest details of the great naval battle in the toreae Straits is made in a cablegram re ceived last night by the Japanese Legation here from the Foreign Office at Tokio conveying Admiral Togos dispatches up to this afternoon The reports say that Ad r miral Rojestvensky and another Ad viral and staff officers were taken pisoners on the Mnking of Rojest venskys flagship the Kniaz Souvar off Saturday night The total num ber of vessels lost to the Russians according to Admiral Togo now reaches twentytwo and he add that although the full particulars1 are not yet in none of the Japanese ships were seriously injured and the loss o the first division of the Jap anesecfleet was only 400 The report says that the cruiser Dnitr Donskoi ran aground on Urleund Island that the battleships Oslabia already admitted lost by the Russian Admiralty and the Navarrin were sunk that the bat tleship Sissoi very likely went to the bottom Sunday that the coast de fense Admiral Oushakoff was sunk af1era vigorous pursuit her crew being r cued and gives other details as to vessels sunk or disabled The Japanese Admiral Misu wasJ slightly wounded 4 The protected cruiser Almaz which has already arrived at Vladi vostok is referred to in the report as suspected to have sunk Reach Vlndivostok Vladivostok May 8ITvo ships of Vice Admiral Rojeatvenskys pow erful flotilla the swift cruiser Almaz and thq torpedo boat destroyer rgxnYthe at anchor here today in the harbor of Golden Horn they p g Htying separated from thlMect early in the stage of the tle which began Inthe Korean Strait Saturday and headed in obedience to orders with full speed to Vladi vostok Up to 4 oclock this afternoon no other vessel of the Baltic fleet hall yet arrived and the Signal stations at Askold and RjmSkJkorsakoff is lands reported non i Officers of the y mafand Grozny say that both fleets had already sus tained terrible losses when the Al maz and Grozny broke through the hostile line battleshipshad and two cruisers their sterns high out of the water S6emed ready to plunge foremost to the bottom of the sea DestroyedeR fleet they say was plight Rojest dvenskysflagship the Kniaz Souvar off and her sister ship the Borodino OrelYwere thenrscene of the battle from sight the northward speeding ships a third great Russian battleship the Alex ander III seemed in sore distress but was limping northward putting up a valiant fight against swarms of torpedo boats and still continuing to put up a valiant fight against swarms of torpedo boats and still continuing her attacks on the cruisers of the island empire Torpedo boats were also clinging around the other ships of the fleet like wasps separate flotillas darting in again and again to launch their weapons l ALUMINI MEETING IAt Hotel Lateam this Afternoon i v t at 330 The Alumni Society of South Ken tucky College will hold a business Hotelst non Every graduateof this institution is invited and urged to be present at this meeting At the close of the business meeting the members of fromrto 6 to are invited EPILEPTIC PATIENT Death of Miss Nora Rowe at Western Asylum Miss Nora Rowe daughter of Rev E F Rowe a Methodist minister formerly of this state but now of Illinois died at the Western Asylum of epilepsy aged eighteen years She was sent to the institution for treatment several years ago TheI remains were shipped to Cartersville Ill for interment MartinElliott Rev John E Martin pastor of the Baptist church at Adairvillo andI Miss Frances Elliott daughter of Mr Richard Ga Elliottof Lexington will be married today hda THE MAY FESTIVAL If tiJ NOW IN FULL BLAST r own is Pilled With Mer l tt Sailirs and Me ltori u i 1 1 I d b Attr8cti0t1s I Lb jj PUL k q CONTEST CLOSES TOMORROW Something About the Various Shows and the CommitteesY in Charge Every Attraction is Clean andWorthy of PatronageBalloon Ascensions Daily and Special Attractions at Night 0 f Yesterday was the third day of the SeemanMillican Mardi Gras Company now exhibiting here un der the auspices of the local lodge of the Woodmen of the World The J D HIGGINS Chairman Executive Committee attractions are varied and scattered over the streets allotted them by the city council Tuesday night wasUa hummer for business several thousand people surging through the streets passing from one attraction to an other Everybody was in high good humor and out for a good time The Fall of Port Arthur at the intersection of Main and Ninth Secy IROstreets is one of the best attractions of its kind ever seen here The Crystal Maze fronting Main street at the National Bank is receiving its share of patronage It certainly is worth going to see and if you cant find something to laugh at in others you will nearlv burst your sides laughing at yourself On South Virginia street looking toward the postoffice is the Electrical Theater and the moving pictures which give a perfectly lifelike representation of the great train robbery which occurred on a Western railroad about two years ago Facing this tent is the one where can be seen the great snakes handled with as much indif ference as one does a pet cat or dog The Penny Arcade corner of Virgin ia and Ninth streets is frequented by large crowds The Old Plantation on Virginia street fronting bn c A Sixth rSa splendid show and draws large crowds They have quite a number of negro mow1 and women who are true axfstsaand render 1 Southern negro jhetadies and dances in a way that pleases all The balloon ascensions take place every afternoon on the vacant lotsadjoining the Episcopal church Thetfirst ascension was made sday afternoon at 530 Mjiutipfihe the aeronaut has been in the business for eight years and has had but few dangerous experiences Wednesday a few minutes after his descent a report got into circulation that he was killed when he struck terra firma near the power house This was untrue He said yesterday that i the worst scare he hue ever had was at usselleIlviUQ 1JJ aor four weeks ago After soaring in space a mile or so above thP earth he pulled his y y parachute cord and landed in the top of a tree ninety feet from the ground Just in the nick of time a strong gust of wind refilled his para W E WILLIAMSON Chairman Privilege Committee chute lifted it outof the tree and dropped him safely on the ground t Now that the shows are all in full i blast things begin to loom up in a style that pleases everyone and the Woodmen are to be congratulated on having secured such an aggrega r tion of amusements The members of the order are wearing white caps and are doing all they can for the success of the different exhibitions anti for the good of the people who are patronizing them I This order isr1one of the largest in the city and at every meeting there are additions to mli their numbers Below we give a t e list of the members who have the chargesExecutive Committee Chairman t J D Higgins sec t R A Sha x doin treasurer A H TankscPrivileges Committee W E Wil t liams A J Meador Max J Moayon x 4 Contest CommitteeW H Elgin Archie Higgins Dr P E West Country Store CommitteeE Wj Ross T M Bullard J W Kaiser Advertising Committee Geo R sip Connell A A Winfree W T Fowler Soliciting Committee E H Wil liams R C West Henry Blunjen steil H G Edward- sLightandWatorCommitteeHun f ter Wood Jr L B CaycePBM The Woodmen are doing a goof work in our city and wo hoped net proceeds of their carnival will bj sufficient to eble them to carr Comlflue4 on TUtto ftcej aL 1 J 1I i- 4jPrI oi rIj i Ms 2 THE KENTUCKIAN JUNE 1 M9Obic c L T TimeTable Effective Apr 25t051 NQ336DAILY Leave Hopkinsvillo 040 a m a m yGa m 4ro 1125 a St Louis 511 p ni t4 IsChicago 945p m NO 302 DAILY Leave i 1190 a m pim m u Evansville 625pm mArriveLeave Princeton 1235 p m Arrive Paducah 415 p m Memphis 1046 P m h New Orleans 113 a m 1 NQ 340DAILY- I a Leave Hopkiasville 430 p m Arrive 63Q pit m Leave Princeton 257iw rr Arrive Louisville 750 a Leave Princeton 227 a t3 Arrive Memphis 820 a 4New pYm No 341 Daily arrives 940 a pmNo331t F W HARLOW D P A Louisville J B Mallon Act Hopkinsville 4 The Southwest+ A Orand Conntry fur Horn eseek ers and Investors Excursion Rates tiiceationth i Arkansas Louisiana and Texas trofferthe greatest inducements for persons desiring to own their homes Cheap land producing almost any thing that can be grown anywhere mild climate goodschhols gooai water healthful surroundings and a growing country are some of the I advantages Unexcelled for raising fruits and a a vegetables for early markets Land that can be bought for 5 to 10 per acre can be made to yield 100 to s 200 per acre in orchard and truck farmFirst and third Tuesdays of each month we sell homeseekers tickets from Memphis and Cairo at one fare plus 2 for the round trip April 4th and 18th special low wayfare15and CairO to points in Texas Low rates in proportion from points East of Memphis and Cairo Literature descriptive of above country and information about rates L O Schaefer T PAICotton IMt CinciBnati 0 John C Riley Immigration Agt- Henderson Ky r i iSHiLu l iWis it Better Because It makes the clothes whiter and cleaner Because you save of halts cost a 5c package makes a PULL QUART You pay ten cents fbr as much of other Bluing Try itt Get it ToDnyt MSsltlbyalldrocers Ask for it take no other pruUSampae package by mall i cents jQmer icon Pharmacal Cot EaatiMVllla Indiana BOYD POOL BARBERS 7th Street Hopkinsville Ky Especial Attention given ti Satintl factory xf convinced Path R omin Connection Bitds 25 cents r Leave Orders fY POOLS ORCHESTRA ry- t f l DRPIERCES CjOI2DEIIt s DISCOVERYr 2R FOR THE at KHOODLIVERLUNGS ITTENTION COMPANY Cavalry U 1NaCv- M II 1 Vwtin3 of Capt H C L avells t kt Company are earnestly requested I ajnoetmem Hopklpsvillo QllSat t i ri LV Juilo3at 10 oclcick a m rT Jpijrfeto the muster roll of o r ff jdqopiptny Taos M BARKER fl ru tenant Commanding at t to THE SOLVING Op A MtlffiDER JY t AUr irbtiES rallwaIY ebmpa Pirns special the ucteommodutloii of persons wishing to attend a murder trial the London Chatham and Dovoi Railway company did so upon the occasion of trial of Percy Le frog Maploton at Maids tone on November 4 1881 in conse quOnce of the vast interest in the ea inslone of these trains with Mon tagu Williams and other barris tees engaged in the trial The train was besieged by a crowd of the general public As a celebrat ed and cynical legal gentleman remarked we might have been going to a race meeting ther among allthe docktyI have met one who was more chosemtallmweedy looking young fellow of enmcheeks dark short hair and a pe uliarly pallid complexion He Ivan neatly dressed in a dark suit with a turn down collar and a lit tle knotted dark blue tie His raring was of the exaggerated lheatrical type As he appeared in the dock ind walked forward to its front fvery gesture seemed artificial and his eyes glanced round as if he were surreys g his audience expecting their approbation He was charged with the mur der of Isaac Frederick Gold on Monday June 27 in a Brighton express on the London Brighton South Coast railway between Three Bridges find Balcombo The case was one which presented many extraordinary features Montagu Williams had been espe cially retained to defend the prisoner The attorney general himself went down to Maidstone to lead the prosecution Lord Miief Justice Coleridge it is said in arranging the circuits of the judges took some care that he should himself preside at the Le frog trial The court was crowded to suffocation For some weeks indeed the whole nation had been excited over the miscreant now safely caged in that dock in the said stone criminal court As people unfolded their newspapers on the morning of June 28 their eyes hridI fallen upon the startling words in the heaviest type calling their attention to one of the most cruel and dastardly crimes ever perpe trated And the perpetrator had disappearedIsaac was an aged London gentleman who had retired from business and who had gone to live in the suburbs of Brighton On the morning of June 27 he left home and came to London to collect sonic money owing to tim and he caught the two oclock express to Brighton from London bridge on his return journey He was well known to the stntioaotli dais and was seen by them com fortably seated in a firstclass smoking carriage reading a news paper as the train started out of the station He was doomed never to reach the end of that journey aliveAs he sat snugly ensconced in his corner lazily glancing at his paper and nearly asleep over come by the intense heat of the day a tall thin young man in a dark frock coat with dark hair and small side whiskers and with a low felt hat worn rather on the back of the head walked slowly up rind down the platform lan guidly looking lute the cawiages as it in search of a comfortuble seat At last he opehejil the dpor of the carriage in which Mr Gold sat and entering took his place in it At 2 minutes past two oclock the esnrcss car wan swinging through Croydon A few minutes later With a shrill shriekof its whistle it plunged into the mile long Mersthum tunnel As the engine uttered that shriek a pay senger named Gibson in a second class compartment of the train heard five quick sharp explosions Fog signals he remarked to a companion Eight minutes later the express was speeding past the village of honey Two or three hundred varrtu jfgAm tha oiwa a rwCa tagesJRdr nthwindayo one of tidy A W9WR was flitting busily d L J J I bowing As the train whirled bjf alto raised her eyes front her wor gfte wt fttt14ook IWiodaf sl 0cattimed to ktldtiu liter who qtr 11 in the motel Vlth her calrlagfUr iiLttAllowing lOOt Anting linger her eyes plioda Brown also djiftnctly sawtliuse men for a- 111htIlnt u Thereto wrestling she thought Could see thet waving their tttmf j About ono C eat Brighton tho expre i h Preston Part for the cblliMhij of tickets When the titt collector cum and thtvoIwU the bor of one the firstclass carriages lie dre back with a cry of amazement In ono corner was a pdssetiger pall and exhausted his features an dress smeared with blood H had no hat his clothes were torn and his and collar hud ar entlybeen wreuchiJdlt rclnlyfron his neck v I have been murderouslyat tucked alldftrl dntt huauitL I there a doctor near I iunifuint Can you get me seine waterti- M I SOUl water was brow ht While the station officiate ebnuljfcd n to what was best to be 1 o us there was no docflJ iTuVjj f i was suggested that the t tinjer had better gt on to Bra QP only a minutes journey ajij two of the ofllcials were put lI1t1iCJtnl riage with him iv Before the train starttlthh stranger got out for a 11Qi pqts air upon the platform f tt he walked up and down the pJmEcfrm one of the porters notice l of gold chain hanging slit f his shoe and stooping down he seized it and dragged out 0 gold watch That is mine said the stranger I put it there for safety And the porter handed the watch tbbimIrt few minutes the three were at Brighton and proceeding toIthy stationmasters room the pas senger told his story He was he said Alfred Lefroy arid lie lived at an address in Wai lingtort He had entered the train at London Bridge taking his plriie in a lit stclass carriage with two other passengers one of whom was an aged man of medium kersi clothesenThe ofber was a freshcomplex ionetl individual of about 40 with dark wTViskers tio mustache and dressed in a dark gray suit Nei they of these persons spoke to him as he entered the train and us they arrived at the tunnel after leaving Croydon he saw a Hush and heard n report of firearms Springing up from his seat he was Ielle by a terrible blow on the head which rendered him unconscious until became to PIPS ton Park I have been robbed and nearly murdered he protected You must do your best to catch these two men He could give no further particulars and cpuld not giiess had become of his aHsailaut8and the police having been nlImoned accompanied line to e hospital wheroI his injuries were seen to They were superficial and there was nothing to account for that prolonged insensibility in the carriage While the doctor was attending to him the detec tives searched his clothes They found a few shillings in his pock ets some pawn pickets and seIoral Hanoverian sovereigns flash coins often Used by tricksters for the purpose of impressing unsuspecting people with an idea of wealth Lefroy protected that he knew not hiiig of t these jljis ussuilant must have put them jn his pocket v- 4u examination ofthe railway carriage revealed signs of a terri ble outrage having boon attempt ed or perpetrated in it Tiler were tho marks of revolver shot on the woodwork The conduct of the police called in the drat place to i ncijtiglltetqe- mystclY excited much comment Lefroys injuries having boon wean to one of the officers wen t with Lefroy back by the train to the address he had given aKVVal lington As the train they were in stopped at a station on the way from Brighton the BtationmaS ter came to the carriage and in formed the officers that tb searchers sent out had discovere4- lMthe IAIK body ain fi rsr 4ua Mr Goldoo the line Balcombe tunnel Having Aee L A I rt I Lofroy into his lodgings at Wai lilmtoYoN want ntC any tltlu o ihttrrucvz lIutJMro goodeJI you finntue or at my 9tub inthe f tct lihort tiiniB lifter the officer vftti tfgaih at tho house Hoiiad 1l aeiad a message warning him t6 detain Lefroy aa it WitS eviden- u t thtttli murder hud bean Commit ted But Lefroy he was told hind left the house almost immediately after his arrival and none knew whirs he had gone He had fledt titslQYI by policewand readiness in explanation It must have been a fearful nervous effort allen as they looked at him with those terrible stains upon him Judg tfag by them he must have lost u large quantity of blood As A UtatIIgovernment at once offered a re leads bearingtY por trait and specimens of his handwriting A iikeness of him whic- happeared ina daily paper led to ilis capture Lefroy had taken refuge in lodgings in a little house in Smith street Stepney He informed his landlady that his name was Clarke and that he was an invalid engraver from Liverpool His conduct was mys terious and excited ills landladys suspicion He stayed in all day and kept the blind of his room his window looked out into the street drawn close down as if fearful of anyone looking in His landlady had seen the picture in paper She consulted the po respecting the strange young man The detectives Swanston and Jurvis who visited Smith street to interview the mysterious lodger recognized him and pounced upon him at once- I am glad you have found me declared Lefroy I am sick of it and should have given myself up in a day or two I am sorry I ran away It puts such a wrong com plc ion on things but I cbuld not bear the exposure The jury quickly returned ver dint of guilty and pale and teem hung Lefroy listened apparently all unnerved to the sentence of death When the lord chief jus tile finished however he had re covered some amount of selfpos session Gentlemen he cried striking a theatrical attitude and in im j pressive tones as he lifted his handto Heaven the day will come when you will know that you have murdered me He was hanged three weeks lat rafter tried to delay his fat by moping an absurdly impu 1 tdent of another mur 1 der of wjiich he flid not know even j tho jedirig details Struck It Right seldomIfooled on n point of physiognomy Nowthat man yonderl never saw him before but Ill wager tint he hits to shoulder heavy re j spon lbilities Pardon me sir but Would you mind telling us your oc cupati9n 1 1 Thc Unknown Shoornot 10i carfJ1a hod Cleveland Leader i The Human Owl The cynic is one who never 8e r a good quality in a man arid ney tijrhnmnand blin to liGHt inousfng tor vermin an J never seeing no1e gamorIII TV Ilcec 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Extended Insurance That Works Automatically v Is NonForfeitable A Mttttl Benefit f milrvhenby e W W DENNIS CO State Agtsy t- t 506 West Main Street Louisv111ei yI r Henry D f Wallace Resident enryHopkinsville Kentucky Lr1A C P Johnson Co i T 9ragtjgajOff c 7 8 0n rsb1 j 314 tiVettlihh eteei4 unerlaqd R 4itl 132o t- ROOFINGJJDj qpTEJ1li4G A SPECILYIc I OAKCan tr t Try Us r PQtre Tai1ariDECD ya r Corner of 9h Virginia Streets Tip Slairs Makers of I Stylish Garments t S AT POPULAR PRICES aF O PETE Cutter and Manager 4 iwgws G 1- iJ G fftpPf f PIw t i t StX femtf f U- j i r THE KENTUCKIAN JUNE 1 leesa1 I r The RInd You Have Always Bought and which 1ms been in use for over 30 years has borno the signature o- fl and has been made Under his per sonal supervision since Its infancy GCGIcY Allow no ono to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Just asgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of ants and Children Experience against Experiment What is 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for the handsomest i and most complete catalogue containing everything needed to beautify you pardon FREE TO ALL By addressing NANZ 4 NEUNEP LOUXijVIIoX x OFFICIAL CALL Of the Senatorial Primary Election to be Held July 8 At ameatJjtJK ofjflie Dqjnocratic Committee Of the Sixth District of Kentucky composed of the counties Of an and Hop kins held in the citjfof Madlsonville on the 16th day of Mtfy 1905 pres ant James West og Christian county and Leo Gibbon of Hopkin- county ftiofion of James West the following resolution was passed Whereas there is a contest in the District between Charles M Meach ani and Jos E Moseley for the nom ination of the Democratic party for Senator now therefore for the pur w the contest of then RJIF11maryas may hereafter be determined r The expenses of which shall bes equally boriie by said candidate i named and in event either candidate fails to comply with the cortai tions of entrance the primary shall be called off and the remaining can didate declared the nominee by this committee or if there is no candi date by the second day of June then in that event this Committee will meet and declare the nominee Whereupon the Committee adopted the following as the official cat- for saidJPrimary Election which ordered published and treated as tH Official call of this Committee for said primary election and said call is as follows A call is hereby made by the Senatorial Democratic Committee e for the counties of Christian and Hopkins for a legalized Primary Election tpbe heldin said Counties at each voting precinct of said ties as now established on the St day of July 1905 for the purpose dt nominating a Democratic candidate for said Senatorial District to b voted for at the regular November Election 1905 Said Primary tion to be held under the general l provision of the Primary Election Law of this Commonwealth J r All known Democrats who litav heretofore affiliated with the Democratic I party and will agree to support the nominee and all persons under 21 years of age but who s will be of age by the November election 1905 ahd express their purpose of affiliating with the Democratic par ey and agree to support the nominee are entitled to vote in said election All persons who are candidates in saidelection are hereby assessed the sum of 30000 for the purpose of paying the expenses of said election the same to be paid to this committee on or before June 1st 1905 The right is hereby reserved by this Committee to increase the assessment of the candidates in said primary in the event the amount above name should not be enough to pay th legal expenses of same or if said is more than is necessary to pay the legal expenses of said pri mary the same refunded to the candidates after said election is over LEE GIBSON Chairman JAS WEST Secretary OaSTOREADears theilia Kind You have Always Bought Signature of Excursion Rates The Tennessee Central will makej following cheap ratesrAsheville N C Annual conference Y M C A and Y W C A Dates of sale June 8 9 10 15 16 and 17 Return limit June 28 One fare plus25c for the round trip Nashville TennDates of sale June 11 12 13 19 20 21 and July 2 3 and 4 Return limit fifteen days from date of sale One fare plus 25c for the ronndtrip Asheville N CDates of sale June 222324 Return limit July 5th One fare plus 25c for the roundtripKnoxville TennDates of sale June 18 1920 24 25 and July 1 8 9 15 Return limit fifteen days in addition to date of sale One fare plus 25c for the roundtrip The Illinois Central will make the following cheap rates Somerest KyDates of silo June 6th and 7th Return limit June 10th One and onetlnr fare for the round trip United Confederat Jeterrans Reunion Louisville I Dates of sale June 12th 16thjand 17 Return limit June 19ft 880 for the roundtripj B HALLON Agtj OA on Asous the the KM You Have Always BODtfil i1Jrutv I f Jl1ITh HEALT INSURANCE t Tho man who Insurcahb life la t wise for his familyJ V- j The man who Insures his health andcJ You may Insure hcaithb y guard Ing It It Is worth giiardlng oi At the first attack oil disease which generally approaches through tho LIVER arid manl waysTAKE Jutts Pills And save your hoaltti UI l bhn W Burton a wealthy miller Mt Sterling dropped dead on his ront porch fa Cures Blood and Skin Diseases Itch fling Humors Eczama Scrofula Etc JSend no moneysimply write and fry Botanic Blood Balm at our ex nse A personal trial of Blood Barn is better than atheusandprint toosampleIf eczema scrofula blood poison cancer eat ing sores itching skin pimples boils bone pains swelling rheumatism diseasetweBalm B B B Especially recom deepseatt Balmeblood cures where all else heals eVEry sore makes the blood pure and rich gives the skin the rich glow of health B B B the most perfect blood purifier made yearsdstores To prove it cures sample of writingBlood adh is an honest offertledicine sent at once ofrmen is dead Mothers lose their dread for that terrible second summer when they have Dr Fowlers Extract of Wild Strawberry in the house Natures specific for bowel complaints of every sort Marshal B Witter aged 103 years and over died at Milan Mo this week Only one remedy in the world that will at once stop itchiness of the skin in any part of the body Doans Ointment At any drug store In a target practice in San Pablo Bay Cal K H Scott broke the American navy record OASXORJABear the 7the lied You Have Always Boug- MBlgnatnie ie wCz Z EGC Four merrymakers were drowned in the James river near Springfield Missouri Cant be perfect healthwithout pure blood Burdock Blood Bitters makes pure blood Tones and in vigorates the whole system Four members of a pleasure party were drowned in Duck creek near Dodge City Kans iTisnt safe to be a day without Dr Thomas Eclectric Oil in the house Never can tell what moment an accident is going to happen Fire at Washburn Wis destroyed a saw mill valued at 150000 CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought SI Soars the- Bnaturo of- Unusually I Low Rates WEST AND NORTHWEST VIA THE BURLINGTON ROUTE Round trip tickets to Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo will be Oil sale daily from Juno 1st to Septem tember BOth returning before No vembe1 1st at 25 from St Louis Very low rates for side trips west qi Denver during the season ates to Utah and return propor= tJQntiteJy low trip tickets to Portland edttle Vancouver etc will be on sale daily to September 80th at tho very low rate of 5 50 from St Louis with a 90 day return limit which is not to be later than November 30th also very low rates to Yellowstone Park the Big Horn Basin and tho Black Hills For information concerning the Burling tons pedal summer service and reduce rates write W A Lalor A G P A No 604 Pine street St Louis Mo Sp cIaI fTO THE LADIES feI Y Just Ieceived from New York sam A ples of the finest MiiIineryGooi4Eve- rbrought to Hopkinsville W can tMfffl Itc save you i50 PER CENT few You cant afford to o to the parnival before looking at out beautiful limn of Hats trimmed and readytowear Shapes and1 Flowers Were also giving away premiums with c 5 10 15 and 20 purchases Ii DOHNNO 12 MAIN STREET Branch Stores Sixth St and corner 9th and Virginia Streets t1 SPEClll lINE Duck ANDWhite 11 tes1 rimmed j ij1 jI E0 tt Hats r L l P lrJi i lfiyk4 I I r JJ iItlY f 1- iE jllSt ReCeIVe da- j IWM d J 1 iI Campbell a Co Cor 9th Main Sts f- s r r i a RACKET m JOE P PPOOL Manager I Straw Matting I lOcYard- a m I m The I 1 aCI1 elt iSM iti 7 l Joe P PPool Managerahs- S al TGeo CLong Prest C F Jarrett VPrest Thos W Long Cashier First National Bank9 Corner Ninth and Main Streets Hopkinsville Kentucky Capital StockMM n 5000006 Sumlus and Undivided Pro1 tsM1250QOO I BOARD OF DIRECTORS- DR xa T W BLAKEY LICE ELLIS JOHN P PROWSE R W DOWNER- A U CROFT O M STOW J W DOWNER VtfmEOJ G One of the moan modern and beet equipped banks in the State IfbM + and Safe Depp Boxes constitute A feature yE3d vrv f F ib Y 5ak + lr m t 3 9 v 7r J i J i Lt i J j 4 THE KENTUICK1ANJUlNp1 t1sgtr + IiLc fc c = LiI I 1 lint The Kentuckian PabUihrf Eyory Other Day TUSSDAY U1t DAY and SATURbA- MdhWINGS BY CHASMMEACHAM Katetcd at the t9kliinltkVt08ottke tit t3teeaa 1UI SUMSCRllTION RATES One r ar Sbt 4 Tlvce Months Vii Ungle Copies Advertising Ratenoo AppJhatloo I i 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET l rH JUNE 11905 II The Weather Washington D C May 3LFait tonight and Thursday Warmer Thursday i4 A LAST PROPOSITION r It isconceded on all hands that any sort of a contest inside the party will prevent the nomination a Democratic ticket in Christia- county and seriously endanger the success of the one already nominated in Hopkins county For the pr condition of affairs I am in rto tva responsible I was endorsed by the v committee by unanimous vote For three weeks I had no opposition Then certain politicians with inter h tilgistsat stake being informed that they could not control me set about to muddyfhe waters and create dis cord Many Democrats were asked to enter the race before one was found to serve their purpose When Mr Jos E Moseley announced himself for the office I had a candid talk 4 with him ltold him I did not care for the nomination that it was not worth a contest that the district was almost hopelessly Republican and there would not even be a pos sibility of election without a strong I and united fight for a county ticket in this county I proposed then and there although I had been endorsed it bet k k fore the committee and ask it top p decide between us and proposed further that we both get off in fa vor t f a new man to be named by the committee Three times during p a brief conference the door of my private office was knocked upon by Mme of the men who hat put Mr Moseley into the race for the pur pose of getting him awyand ending the conference looking to harmony r Later the signatures of 15 of 30 members of the committee were otnt tained by his friends to a petition asking that a convention be called in i ont county alone but before 4such action could be taken Mr was clamoring for some thing else in Hopkins county He faitie Out in a card questioning the fairness of my endorsement and declaring that Mr James West was hue choice of the party ut the time I was named I then offered to get off with him and ask Mr West to tx run to harmonize matters This proposition as all of my other propositions had been was re 1 jected I next proposed that if nothing but a contest would do that j it be confined to this county Ieven i 11 t f declared that I would be willing to tj t leave it to a primary election in Mr arC 5 committee claimed to be for him Last Friday at a public gathering 5 Kinhis district I proposed to his JL brother a member of the committee r- S and the one who seconded the mo tion to endorse me that 1 would g- odwith Mr Moseley before the Demo ucratSc Committee and aakit to name lr k new candidate I renew this prop 7 entriestCoSwon I have the committee with meI ndan overwhelming majority of I i Rathe people In some parts of the T ft rJ4 Curedfiras can 19t reach the diseased portion of the f i There is only one way to cure ii ness and that is by constitution remedies Deafness is caused by p y i inflamed condition of the mucous ring of the Eustachian Tube When I his tube is inflamed you have a- olrnbling sound or imperfect hear r Jgand when at is entirely closet1I n H22Bafnes3 is the result and unless mmationcanbotakenoutahd3Tji IL wcnrr nine cases out of ten arer llhVied Catarrh which is nothing I ri Wan inflamed condition of the ieti mirfacas I e Will vt klundred Dollars bycWUs Catarrh Cure Send for cir t rdtijrs free P CHENEY CO Toledo 0 r OW by druggist 76c 1 Pills for con- ation a = I I I A I r I Spring Humors jpomo to most jioonlt and oau e many 8thYU8 of aiN that tired ttollnif fits of billottttiow Indigestion fitlU lidftdacho F 1ho spotior oiio gets rid of thorn tlio bettor and tho way to got rid of thorn atid to build up tho system that has suffered froth thorn is to take Sarsaparilla0o and Pills Farming In combination tho Spring par eKcallencet of unequalled strougth Iu purifying tho blood ns shown by unequalled radical and per manent cures of Scrofula Salt Rheum BcaldHoad Rolls Pimply e All Klndd ofHumor Psoriasisi Blood Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh Dyspepsia Eto Accoplno sabstltute but bo sure to got Hoods and got It today Democrats areprncb mattern I have assUrances county that the Democratic news papers the county candidates and dllYover county my in regard to the primary and will see thatI carry that county if it b held I have been notified by son of Mr Moseleys friends that he is tired of the race If he willae cept this proposition renewed for the third time in the interest of party harmony the contest can bended in 48 hours I am first of ala Democrat and am willing for the Democratic Committee to settle the matter If this proposition is not accepted the responsibility will once and for all rest upon Mr Moseley and not uponme CHAS MMEACHAM The latest Japanese victory on the sea seems to be an overwhelming disaster that will destroy the naval power of Russia for years for na vies cannot be built in a day All of the eight battleships worth a million dollars or more each have been de stroyed or captured and the smalls vessels have been scattered and 14 of them sunk or captured Rojesl vensky Went to his fate like a brave man and shed his own blood in a hopeless causev Mayor Dunne of Chicago Gen 0 O Howard Charles Warren Stod Bard and Dallas Lore Sharp head the list of contributors to the June Na tional Magazine Mayor Dunne MuniciPuIIOwnership stocks of the Chicago street railways I that will never be paid for by the city General Howards paper illustrated deals with the Memorial University in the Tennes see Mountains W H Slaughter Jr the Louisville coal dealer who killed ama last winter and was turned loose without trial has been sued by his wife for divorce Mrs Slaughter was formerly Miss Elvira Sydnor Miller the Tattler of the Louisville Times They were 11 1903 She alleges all sort of cruelty on the part of the defend ant I Massachusetts elects a governor every year and jvGovernfy William LJDouglas announces t at one year isxillhe ymts and that he will not ba cat1did t for reelection Iit will be hardfor any other Democrat to be elected file case of Warner the Louisville settledHisI life imprisonment Adjudged in sanehe will first go to an asylum and if his reason is restored will be transferred to the State prison The senatorial contest in the Gallo waydistrict is at a white heat with four candidates in the race The county conventions will be held Sat urday Galloway has twelve votes Livingston and Trigg six votes each Lyon four The Republican convention at Madisonville nominated William oppoiumt received all of the votes I AyersPills n If 1 JLi A Wliffi CUlT COUJCJ fJ LL QtcIt LiF 0 1iquH Jhd Doclt fit it- COIIIIIItlhi h i 8tuit Court ItSyemw next Mon i ltytho e1ofaonelete of about 800 caw law 100 eases anfbminohwealth 100 f caso8v The trial of Jfift HpJJoway a negro in jail here ontho charge i of killing Andrew Bradshaw another negro lis sEtfor the thin dafi The killing tlok place about 26 years ago Tl 6 WUrderer was arrested at Paducah siveral months agO and while Hollo way confesses tho crime he claims it was done in selfdefense of f The trial of Goo Griffin for ih J iTejcd killing of HenryWaslet isset jar the fourth day of the term The killing took place near White Plains Frank Merriwether atid Charles Finch negroes Were granted new trials for the killing of tr uicnown white man near P mbrpkev Their c ises are set for the t ltl v pi tV e terma nG fefei tvlt CONFEDERATE 1 OES- Dead J 1 and Living Willj Jon Hopeweile iCJ lvjivv The Confederate graves iv jjppe well cemetery will be decorated Sat urday June 3 by Ned Merriwefther ChristiaiiqounI liens cooperating in a dinner for the veterans at Moayons Hall The memorial exercises will take place in the afternoon the following program being carried out atthe Latham monument Opening prayer Rev J L Wyatt Decoration of monument by ve er ans Jiyv Address by Rev J W Fogarf Conferring Crosses tHoiioiToh W IH POyGR Berry J perrellir Harrison anti as Weddington Response from the veteransi V DoXOlogy fr j Benediction by Camp Chaplai vif DIVORCE GRANTED r ii or Mrs Bii eMeyersMo jwiJi Louisvillei s Special Judge Burnett of Louis ville granted a decree of divorce to JsMoayon upon the ground of aban donment The plaintiff waived her claim to alimony and was given cus tody of their two children The de fendant some weeks ago through his attorney John Feland filed a hu claimednUnit both he and his wieha been guilty of the wildest extravagance He belongs to a well known family of Hopkinsville Mrs M niecenof Alex Meyers of flFREAK i Has Only Two Legs and + ls NosesIMr F R RQ ring Spring has a freak of nature in tliii way of a calf only a few days pad The animal only two limbs which are in fronts and its hoofster j solid like those of a horse Ithas U1 snout for a nose with a knob on the end resembling a dOTEs = knob tf The calfsjnostrils ate just behind this knob and no trouble is experienced in breathing The freak ris of doubtful sex and is attracting a great deal of attraction I Fearful Fate 4 It is a fearful fate to have to en dure the terrible tdrture bfpilesI HairyCprotrlidingthe best euro made Also best for cuts burns and injuries 25c at R C Hardwicks druggist REV G W GOWAN An elocutionary soniest wja held at South Kentucky Qbllege last night and the rocuhr graduation exercises will take place at the Opera HoUso tonight There will be a largo class of graduates Rev FVM Gowan will deliver HWdreeS I Sugarcoated easy to tike mild In action cure I constipation biliousness sick headache ioaA4aii Wint fc rn1tl your JJJIJJflit2t I I 1 b 4 lI 11111 llIl III 111 r 0 1 1 0 TfiE WOMEN OF THE UNITED StATES y r Successful Home Treatment 4 1 l irk M Hartmans Cure for Female Diseases A GeneroustQ r 1 lfit i to omenhtlrti W loteu are Applying by Thousands for Br Hartman t Free ionic Treatment by LetterIIS JP COADY Treasurer of the M Ivy Leaf Club 1702 6th Avenue Council Bluffs Iowa writes Parana Is no experimental medl cine I have used It oft and on how for three years At that time I was cured of Irregular and painful menstruation Since that 1 have taken It for Indigestion or whenever 1 lilt overworked end In need eta tonic and I have always found that It was of great benefit to me I am therefore pleased and happy to say a word In Its praise and shall gladly Indorse It to my frIends Mrs J P Coady Miss JETattlo Grace 2M West 40th St Now York writes Peruna has changed me from a fretful Irritable nervous woman Into a healthy and a happy one Nothing seems to worry and to fret me any more Since early womanhood I suf feted with bearing down pains and nervousness I was thin and worried but Peruna restored me Those Who knew me before cannot understand the change but Ican sum Itall up In the blessed word Peruna r Hnttlc Grace Mrs Elizabeth Ferguson No 181 Mst St Brooklyn N Yt President West Brooklyn Audubon Society writes I am pleased to tell what blessing Peruna has been to me Several years ago my constitution seemed broken down and I cared little whether I lived or died I had taken so much medicine that the sight of a bottle made me sick I had read about Peruna curing women and I thought perhaps it help me I bought a bottle and before It was finished I felt better I kept on taking it and after three months faithful use 1 was a well woman and able to do the work and undergo the strain of younger daysnw Blizabeth FergusonIn of tho great multitude of wo men suffering from somo form of female disease and yet unable to find cure Dr Hartman the renowned gynecolo gist has announced his willingness to direct the tfetent of as many cases as mako application to him during the summer months without elifeirge The treatment will bo conducted by correspondence The Qctorwi 1w pee scribe all medicines applications hy gienlo and dIetaryregulaUoD9 necessary to completes acureTherrfedlcines prescribed can be obtained at all drug onlydurlpgman can bopomo a regular patient by sending a written statement of her age condition of life history and symptoms of her derangements All casesof female diseases Including lsPlapementsl1ulceratlons We 0e Shanklin rianulacturer and Dealer in Foreign trod American Marble and Granite Ionum ntsI Also Dealer in Corn and Hay No 210 N Main St HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKY 1 Palluer GraveS CF Hopkinsvin tiimie Works Wantstoy LIME CINDERS ROOK and DIRT Also BUYS Cord Wood andt Secpil hand Barrelsp PHNE3Home Residence 1039 Kiln 1258 Cumberland Residence 340 IT Buying Wheat at Herndo- nRepresenting Liberty Mills Nashville Tenn I desire to buy all the wheat in this seotion aid will pay the high est market price for same See me before you sell W R Faulkner Herndon Ky Farm For Sale The fine farm of Mrs S A Buck ner at Bolivar Ky known as the Holland place containing 750 acres is tforsale WJU fell P oleojft par fik Apply to IJj jMrHiNckt In vfokin ville Xy r dropey of the abdomen should apply at once and become registered isregnlar patients All correspondence will be hold irlotly conffdohtial As is Well known Dr Hartman is tho president of Tho Hartman Sanitarium an institution which haa ddpartmont devoted exclusively to the treatment of female diseases Be Is thus brought to see thousands of such cagey bvory year the most of whom return to their Homes to be treated by corregpondencp tiie principal remedy ho robes upon in such oases is Peruna which every woman should Kato who has anyaffocUoh of ifpitiorttsd one knows better than Dr HaitiNman howmuch the women suffer with diseases peculiar to their sex No one knows bettor than ho does how many of them suffer with such diseases Patiently hopefully wearilyj and oftoo silently they eke out a mister blo oxlsfc N euce year after year No m rt1r in or ho D la + irdmaqcb makes a moro toiipViint appeatl tohumap sympathy than the woman burdened with tho cares oJC A family ftrying to carry the extra load of seine tormenting and ever present tomala discaBe1 I Dr VJ attmans sympathyTor sot bt unbounded aril his TviIiinRnefla toij them limited only to Jolt uower ul o Nowc i fir In hprl V I II I i We navel ePdi hyitI I 1i aj H 1 Pl lUg l Iftyon ave undeClded let us taJkit oval 1 Eseryrsuit is new andingOodj j taste ari wpqHh 1 t9Jth l p- Tasti1yTrimktned i r d I t f f J Iralii 1Iyrif 1 RussiaiiStiit tid Et 1t j t For the amallrat if boys in styles exolusiye with us ThetwbpiinV single bretsteel areti destined to be dc fromr6 to 16 yeah Idri r Come let us help you solve the growing boy prpbleni n for we know its a hard propositori x atthe best prices to suit everybody Ojir stook was never more complete and now is the time Joitiiib j tosllUW P d- 8JRTWALL tr j JII IiXI CO r jI aV f r Gi jw ar SiIIIh p itij l l 1 t1M f fi THE KENTUCKI AN JUNK 1 1905 t 1II t w J J H l u t 4jjersYou I without itsjVyers Cherry Pec P1rrents know what if doesifor eeO- kSPectoral I Cherry t up a cold in a single night wards off bronchitis preventsi- i pneumonia Physicians ad vise parents to keep it on JitmdI bnIaAfergCherryy could To be beUer AOOB flUBU Saratoga Ind 2S SOc 8100 ac Atsn abAll ItrnltglltRfor lMwett MUI 3 Throat Lungs CharryPoctopn1tbroiiJ1r 1 Prof Fiogge El cted Prof St Frogge formerly Sup erintendent of county schools in Christian has been elected superin tendent of the Greenville school THE PERFECT WAY Scores of Hopkinsville Citi I zens Have Learned Ik Is you suffer from backache There is only one way to curd it a The perfect way is to cure kid neys sickkidneysNeglect Doans Kidney pills are made for kidneys only p peole rtCB Eades of the firm of EadesA Davis proprietors of the coal r yard on 7th street and the L N a R and who lives at 402 East t 7t street says HI saw Doans Kid ney Pills advertised and so highly recommended by persons who had used them that I went to Thomas ii Traherns drug store procured a lt box and them a thorough trial I had suffered for a long time with a heavy pain cross the small of myI back and there fQUpweqa weakness of the kidneys was exas erp ting especially at night I tried rious r butn me o hem gave anything like as satisfaoryl I rewltsas I 6bt ine rom the use of- i D sKis Kidney Pills I am pleased r to say that they brought me great relief I have recommended the and will continue to do so to all c4uaintanccste 50e E FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans k and take no other I BUGGIES DRIVING 0 I SERIQUSINJURY j SustAined by Mr George D Dalton i YeterdaV morning while at th new freight depot giving Mffrttp tiona to the brick layers MlfcSBqrger D Dalton of the firm Oft Dalton Bros the contractors for tti6 wdll of the new station pustainel an in jury rom which he will for several weeks Mr Dalton in stepping from the entrance on Ninth street whore there is now a drop of t8 ihches stepped oh a joist or a piece of plank which though usinglonepiece of lumber Mr Dalton fell and being a large man weighing 225 or 330 poundsbnd dislocated hlsright knee atid fractured on i Medicalaidv lis atbhce sum moitedhild Mr Bl i ti ihg its well aii could l lctM i1 j Vf 1R A 11 F E f fCI Big Crowd L t pmbk f But1Jlttl Fire I The fire department was called out yesterday t1t1J oclock The alarmwas turned ih from Foulk s coal yard at Fourteenth street and Railroad Mr Foulks says they had been hauling slack out of one of the coal bins all morning and knew that there was a smouldering fire at the bottom But the fire increased as the coal was removed and finally gained such headway that he had to callout the department Mr Foulks is onfident that the fire originated bys mtaneous combustion The loss insignificant Torture of a Preacher The story of the torture of Rev 0 D Moore of the Baptist church of HarperaviUe N Ywil interest you says I suffere- agonies because of a persistent cough resulting from the grip lhad to sleep sitting up in bedltried many remedies without relief I until Itook Dr Kings New DJS covery for consumption coughs and colds which cured my cough ajidJsavedmefrom consumption A grand cure for diseased conditions of throat and lungs At R C Hard wicks druggist price 50c and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free If you want to hear the best fish stories call on J M Starling Claude Clark and Otho Anderson If the cant entertain you nobody else can L WAGONS SURREYS i t STANHOPES Ii r We j have just received a car loM Of Sayers Scovells high grade woifcand ii you grant something strictly allright ooi now see these jobs If you are adjudge material finisn oyouwill readily sag they axe the prettiest buggies n xtount for the money and you will find our prices slow 0 you will be more than pleased I f j to rh ii v We also have tw a r bads pf other buggies that are l chea ei H but arQ alltfgl- and t up to date and will tvoar aa well as some high prided buggies Every buggy sold guar anteed for 12 months We can save you money on anything dn this liner also on all kinds of Harness 11 t cdLAISI BRIDLED HARNESS GHMNS BACKRAWpSEm t t FA Yost Co 20 South Main St I BACCALAUREATE Ad7dress Graduates o rJ Bethel Female College Tuesday Night- t A fj Rev J S Dill o 13ovttfflt Groan preached the baafiaauraatserm6n to the graduating Class of Bethel- s Female College Tuesday evening at the Baptist church His subject- r was Post Graduate Culture and the discourse was fined with many useful suggestions to the young ladies Dr Dill is ahdntertaining and at times an eloquent speaker and interspersed his address humor and anecdote He praised literary clubs as one of the best means of mental development and advised the young ladies to acquire knowledge and to have some definite aim in life besides matrimo ny Several songs by the pupils add ed to the interest pi the occasion 4t OPEN SESSION t f Of I the Henrdiay DebatinI AiJSociety A large audlehde was preeno- pen lsessiopVoEiiUii Henry Clay IDr bating Society composed of mom bers of the High fchoul grade jf Public Schaoffilru 1 sdac nigh The first lealilife of the session was a debafoQntbe hatrllove is a greater nQtive than ambition Both sides of the quction were ably discusted snit when the judjresProfDiutfUrtDr CB Pet re Mr J B Allensvyorth took mttci into hand and awarded the gold medal to Ira D Smith MaxvyelLBlythe president of tbJ society made an address Then came tbe oritorical contest participated in by Wmi Owen Al van Clark Caldwell Fefandder achel LpntrStanlcv Bass tt Tjadmais Smith sad James Breathitfc James coldl LOSSWAS50Vtr Small Blaze Tuesday Nighf Back of Dr Youngs i I Tuesday night about 10 oclock the fire department was summbheci to a burning house in the rear of tlh of residence of Dr Jas A Young TTKe building which is one of several in that locality belonging to Mrs coloredYno one was at at the time the fire was dis covered and its origin is unknown The damage was about 50 KARL DIETRICHS Case Was Probably Settle- Amicably Yesterday- The case of Karl L Dietrich who was suspended from the State Col lege for yoking the professors too roughly in his class paper may be amicably adjusted and the young man n his diploma The entire class stands by him and will refuse diplomas if his is withheld lie has offered to make asta ement before thelfaculty and the iaffair was in proelibof settlementyesteraay tV 4 3que4unk Deadrf I Elkton Ky May 29 E7BCo bourn exConfederate soldier CemeteryfSunqay afternoon under the auspices VsD C He was about sevenjyyeai Mage and had been in JV ve al months He i ameta tlifa section bout tWcntyt rsldg from Georgia Mr Cobourn formerly lived here andwrote forthelocal papers under the non deplume of Squedunk J DR C H JONES I I Will Keliver Baccalaureate Address Tonight Rev Carter Helm Jones will deliver the annual address before the graduates of the Public Schools to night at the Tabernacle The schools will close tomorrow night with 20 graduates Graduating Class The graduates are Misses Katie Steger Hoge M A and Music Lucy Terry White B A Mayme Lam MBA Edna Eades Music The Common e ent exercises were held at the College last night a more detailed t ount of which will be lvefvatutday eloo1 I If 5I esLIf a a 1 VVJ are pay i 0 f I fiOtfit 11Ce 1if f6r wool i i1 Ist 1 to 28eid Clear of burs3 28 to 31e Ie 7it IgaraaohitsI 51 MAX IflEYERtits il SONS 9 if f fteliopkinsviileI TO CHRISTIAN COUNTY yrPEOPLE lJthe Terry Coal Coke company secured all the coal mines in Christian county except Empire offers every consumer of coal in the county an opportunity to become a stockholder in the company on the same basis that all other farmers everybodyirisated in the mines and buy their 5centsopen for only ten days If you wish 3oin the company and cooperate with your neighbors please call at ieoffice in Hopkinsville or see P P iHuifman L G Williams J F Gar nett R E L Haydon or astockholder in the compa furtheri7Vi TWENTYFIVEI Ajpplicants for Teachers Certificates Passed Of the 34 applicants for certifi dates to teach in the white public schools of the county examined ten faileddsecondclass and three thirdchiss were issued Killed Near Elkton Elkton Ky May 30At Guthrie lastnight C M Stinson son of W W Stinson of near this place was killed by a train He was on his way to Clarksville last night and his body wstfound near the State line crushed almost beyond recognition He was onelegged and a letter in his pocket disclosed his identity It is not known how the accident hap ncn4ji CfTY COUNCIL ItAt regular meeting of the City Council tomorrow night the trans action dfKOUtine will come 11Ptle approval or disapprJtal of tKesalej of the sewerfranchise made hStlin qty clerk last Saturday is aij2qt thp onlMimatter of general in kerct I 0 tREADTHISr Bowling Gieen Ky June 12 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir We have been selling your Texas Won er Halls Great Discovery for two and can recomme nd it to buffering with any kidney trouble as being the best re medy we have ever sold Yours truly W C MORRIS Co A Texas Wonder One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in men sand women and regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold bl drug iatwi1l be sent by main on receipt of 100 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect n cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 Box 629St Louis Mo Send for- eetimoniaLSoldt D all dru to and R C Hardwick liopklnsvie MAY FESTIVAL Y I Caattnned from Pint Pale r I out all pt their mani for the future which art on ajtiitge wale 811readyseen The ladder afOn the same ground where the bnUmrtjJs inflated- The trape ififitl ring acts on Ninthstreet Iri the rear of the Na tional Bank Ferris wheel on Virginia street JAS J MOORE A Popular Woodman in front of West Lees carriage factory The flying jenny vacant lot in front of Tobe Smiths stable on Virginia street Mamie seventh street in front of Hotel Latham Luna the flying lady can be seen on Virginia street in front of Hotel LathamAll Woodmen in this section are invited to be here tomorrow Reduced rates have been given by the three railroads and the three days yet remaining will be largely attended from allover this part of the country The Voting Contest The last count of votes in the contest for most popular lady was made Monday As will be seen there are three young ladies who are leading considerably over 20000 votes Miss Ola Cayce 3930 g4 Ella Caycet 2864 Ella Schmidt 2606 Alice Jones 770 Jean McKee 372 Carrie Moore 286 I Nora Higgins 230 Bettle Lee Smith 202 Annie Reynolds 197 Mary Peyton Moore 171 u Eva Royalty 170 9ra Twyman 115 Maude Baker 100 coHallie Moore 75 ItAnna Wooldridge 80 H Willie Meacham 50 Martha Tandy 50 Nell Shaw 36 Edith Brasher 35 r Pearl Ryan V 30 Beulah Cravens 28 U Ida Hiser c 40 Tennie Lawson SO Maggy Mullen 146 Kathrine Long 1 10 r Mary Shaw 10 U Cornie Green 6 Edna NashScatte-ringVotes 5lZ Furious Fighting u For seven years writes Geo W Hoffman of Harper Wash I had a bitter chronic stomach and liver trouble but at last I won and cured my diseases by the use of Electric Bitters 1 unhesitatingly recommend them to in tend in the future to be without them in the house Theyare certainly a wonderful have cured such a bad case as mine Sold under guarantee to do the same for you by R C Hardwick druggist at 50c a bottle Try them today County CourtiNext Monday is County Court lay This day used to mean more than it does now Formerly this was the day for probating wills try ing road cases making road orders trying civil cases etc A great change has taken place in this de partment of justice that the public generally has not caught on to Business has increased to such an ex tent that the old monthly plan of disposing of business had to be im proved on Wills are probated at any time desired antIt very day now is county court day What will we do when the street fair is over commencement exer cises are numbered with the past and the preachers have all gone off on their vacations 1 LT 4 STREAK IHARD LUCK- EXPtRlENCEO If Hopkinsville Wins Fromr I Princeton But Uses Out fir IatVincennes t I t J j PADUCAH TEAM HERE I i Five tt ShutOuts inKittyr I Games Played on DecorsI tionDayv i li The Hopkinsville teanreturneilfhome Tuesday midnight from Indiana a where they played three gameS at Princeton and four at VincennestPaducah also reached the city on the a same train and will playa series oftsthree games here the first of which Y s was played yesterday afternoon The result of the first contest had not been announced when we went Ito press The attendance yesterday was good and the other two games 1fxt here with the Indians will no doubt be largely attended y The games will be called promptly at 345 Alexander was in the box r for the locals yesterday Zinkina ia umpire for the series hererHopkins- villewon two of the three era games played at Princeton but lost 4 e at Vincennes On Monday the locals lost to the Alices by the scoleof 3 to a 0 Tuesday being Decoration day all of the Kitty league teams played double headers one game in the morning and one in the afternoon Vincennes took both games from Hopkinsville The score in the first V game was 6 to 0 and in the tsacdnd I t 3 to 0 Morris pitched in the firstwcontest and Perdue occupiedth boy for Hopkinsville in the afternoon i gamei rC At Princeton Tuesday Cairo and Princeton each won a gamerIi the first contest the Egyptians were shut out the score being 3 to O1 Thei jjlsecond game resulted in a shutout S for the infants though1 this contest was much closer than the first Thetscore was 1 to 0 Paducah and Henderson playedtryat Henderson Tuesday and the Egyptians won both games from the Hens The first contest was Very 1 close resulting in the score of lto 0 In the second game the score vas 5 Y toO Hopkinsville is experiencing hard l luck Smith one of her best pitchers has been sick for several days This leaves only three regular pitchers t with the club Perdue Bomar and Alexander Morris had to be drafted into the box for a part oftwo games this week and while he did quite well he has had but little 1 practice at twirling this seasonand was naturally not in perfect form h a for the position he occupied t mt CHUT OFF IE BAIt lM Henderson defeated Paducah at Henderson Monday in a very close game the score being 2 to 1 Cairo was Shut out at Princeton Monday by the Infants The Sore was 6 toO The Henderson team has been ron siderably strengthened fly the ad dition of three new men secured from Indianapolis Ind t Vincennes bas added a new pitcher named DeWitt to their string and the Browns experienced much difficulty n in connecting with his ballstg t laMad Chase t Millions rush in mad chase after health from one extreme of faddism v t m- mm k to another when if they would only eat good food and keep their bowels regular with Dr Kings New Life Pills their troubles would all passta- a vfe Prompt relief and quick cure for liver and stomach trouble 25c at Hardwicks drug store guaranteed Hauling Coal Early Farmers generally put off haulingIt 4 coal in wagons from the mines until fall Tuesday a string of eight 4 horse wagons passed throughv fom street on their way south loaded fi1 t with coal r Considering the crowds there h Ve been few drunken men on the streets this week f r rA i l J f e A I Hrt mnw Mt y u THE KKNTUOKIAM JUNK I loo111 1 J It 111 1IItl MUll b 1ttII J 4 4 JUI IrV T mnmtnmt rnnmmtt nrrp MoreMillitiery j f E And New Millinery t V And sill there is more to follow We show more Style more Quality more Originalitybatter values In our large line of Pattern Hats Tailored and ReadytoWear Hats than any house in the cit- yExceptional Offerings1 r Iii all Lines ToDayt and Next Week = New Milan Straws Tuscaw and Chip Flats which make the t lot df the season cst workroom in the city Leave your orders =and get the happyresults of real designing and skillful work f c Miss Sallie 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ROGERS T A Henderson Kentucky y rtr f t t aSt t 6t5 6tFtt ty C tPdr ij Professional Cardse Ii- S 6ti FRANK RIVE- SAttornevatLawj BOPKINSVILLE KY Will Practice in all the Courts CaM TANDY w DENTIST P1 IOffice over First Nation rI3alkll- OfJtl1CSVILLE EY JanB Allenswortli Atora ai Law Will practice in4thgcourte of Christian and adjoining count attention to collec proceedingOffice building in front ol Cumberland Pbone 547 Home CourtEsusr r SPECIAL OFFER For One Month OQly The s Kentuckian Arid the Cinoin natiWeekly Enquirer both one year fort 960MA 17 l The Reconstruction of CoL Evans Dy CKAlfLES EVCENE DANKS Cot Ranflolph nni dressed in ul uniform of road tty with an oltl fashlonod H ht ha sr swinging fro his thigh th0 rihi 6f his broad r pushed balj hie forehead hI white beni4Jf1U1D1l1d to a hair stopper from hie highpillared rambling old b6o find paced slowly down the gtvered walk between tljo beds of ujolilomJilg flowers that flanked It Dif either side The sun ahone brightly On tho landscape and lit the spires bit the distant village with golden beams r- At tho same moment gquareBhoul t dered young man turned It bend In the road and approadlied the house Seeing the colon lheYalted at the gate leading Into the 5 grounds and awaited his arrival The colonel ave tbe oubg man a rather brusque good tn1 as he came up aceompanyfngthesalutation with a military wave or the band Mark Blalsdell returned thesaluta tion but his eyes wqre looking past the colonel to a window pf the house wherein was framed thefigure of a young woman In Huffy a rose In her dark htir and a pleasant In her tTheant bugle came up from the village iAssembly call said 111 colonel addeddignityfew remaining memberyalifMiny old regiment are forming vipr TOe cere monies Spring is early tiiis ir the young man said his eyesiipni on the face in the window will be derationnThatresponded promptly iSaJtur cannot be too prolific of her blossom on this day of remembrance to bferj brave and noble dead tof You ought to Jncorpp t ibat sen tence in your address colonel young man cried twisting spray o lilac from the It has the real ring of oratory j c The colonel threw a sharp glance into the eyes of the youngman but finding there nothing but Bincere preciation he accepted the c8mpilment with a slight inclination of the head I regret that I cannot asltYou to wouldgive youthIa member of my staff vllp the time of the war he was my dearest friend But he fought with the Yankees against bis state against his old neighbors I cannot f rtt sir trHnlIsJ1lpTJ The spray of lilac he had Heen Jtwirllng fell to the ground Hfs shoulders stiffened lMy grandfather fought for the union he retorted He gave his life for the country The greatest pride lhave la that I am his grand i spa They faced each other the old and the new south hojth fine types of the American Hot words were on the lips of each crying for utterance But over the shoulders of the colonel Mark i SAY NO MORE ILL NOT HEAR YOU Blalsdell saw a white hand waving and down the soft air came the ripple of caution Then angry light In his eyes died out so suddenly the colonel couldnot fail to notice It He turned Just In time to see his daughter disappear from the window Then the unwelcome truth forced itself upon him and he grew white with rag- eYouyouwhat la the meaning of thlslllbe cried hoarsely Have I been nursing a viper in my bosom Was it not enough that your ancestor should destroy my faith in honest friendship Must I discover his descendant seeking to rob me of the one blessing God has left me I have given you welcome under my roof be OIUIQ I hoped to save you from the wicked teachings of an age that is given over to frivolity anti the mere gottiijg of mojym I had hoped to In spire you with UUM feelings of honor and glory which ware the proud boast of your ancestors and mine but which were almost swept away by tho war But while you aocepted this hospital- Ity you follntlatl me with a show of at te tian to toy QQungfil that you might steal the afc cms of my qnly com paniflh last of my family I Jove Miss Alice ajr antI P Say no more Ill not bear you I would rather see my granddaughter dead and in her grave than married to any relative of a man whO fought 3 ii ==7 W I agftWet his sttiUt lur nefghlterti atti WB kin Before the young raiin affl anaw1 there wu the c1auwotlloofA wind a small troop of cavalry dMittd t tbo spot and halted bqf fe Ik9 opftJHel They were Med tike CQ Iran li faded uniformiI of gay They won all old men some of tliem + with ai empty sleeve pinned tqjth sholiidero ofIand stoodarat attention A nogro name running us9IrfMpjjcd and groomed till ho hone ia tlshed ebony AnU nOW there brokfl Upon thf itlll air of morning tho shrill piping of a fife and tho roll of drums The music came nearer and nearer till suddenly out of a little grovE which faced the horse then wound a company of Infantry Those soldiers too were old and wore DIXIE faded uniforms but they were of blue Some of these like the troopers had empty sleeves pinned to the shoulder and the scars of battle marked many of the faces with the insignia of brayery thefwas Dixie The horsemen In gray sat a moment immovable But as the strains of that melody to which they had charged so often into the thick of the fight awoke the memory of those days of heroism their heads were bared even to that of Col Evans The veterans ot the northern army approached until only a little space di vided them from the veterans of the army of the south The aged colpnel in blue saluted the aged colonel in gray and there was silence But not for long Down the grav eled walk came flying Alice Evans the colonels granddaughter all fluffy 1herfreshly plucked flowers LfRje a1 white winged angel of peace she came to stand between the ranks of battlescarred vet erans The light of morning WES in her eyes and the benediction of her youthful beauty and innocence seemed to fall on every grizzled hero there and make him young again She stood for a moment irresolute then going to the leader of the t and In blue she took his hand and led him forward to her grandfather Then stepping back a pace she said Love Is not for the dead alone I give my flowers to heroes yet alive She placed a wreath about the brow of each of the veteran commanders then tripping gayly back and forth gavetoNow let us have a song she cried as she tossed the last of her flowers to young Blaisdell wbo had watched th4 shgbeganMy country tIe of they Sweet land of liberty kOf thee I sing Before the worse of the first linflwere concluded every voice in t strange company was roaring out th J magnificent music witch has dung service for men since the beginning of the German empire The fife whistled the drums resounded and over all rose melloaybugleleft their horses to mIx with the uni forms In blue and there was no i thought but good comradeship arid love of country among them While this was going on the girl bad put her arms about her grandfathers neck and whispered something in his ear When the song died away he toots her hand and placing It in the hand of Blaisdell said wltnesethesouth not by scattering flowers on the graves of our departed heroes but through love uniting the descendants of those who fought each other through those four long years The men cheered and the music sounded anew And after all had drunk a tast at the colonels side board iu honor of the happy event they went away together to tbo public ceremonies That watt how Cot Evans came to be reconstructed Holidays A holiday always polnt back to an important history It is not necessary or judicious to prato too long even of very important events of tho p BtDlJt Mo morlal tiny as long as it lasts must always bo an anniversary to bring many a weary sight and start many a bitter memory U was the youth the beautiful hopeful courageous youth that in all the glory of their fresh young lives went forth in large numbers In those njournful days to do battte for their own Cear landi fl r 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Refrigerator 1S a few ears ago We sell only those that are the greattest guaranteed ice + the most cleanlyf and economical 111 Odorless 0 IRefrigerafirs t 1 6Are the only one we can afford to sell will sell q rF See our stock k P youri tat C d d v The Home Teteohone Coll Brought to Hopkinsville the advantages competition Reduced rates improved the service and stopped abus es THE HOMEhas distanced the old company in the race for city patronage and is extend ing its lines into the country Long distance connection with Guthrie Clrfrksvilje and oth er Tennessee towns Will soon Cover the Whole Telephone 4 Field tJ II IPATRONIZE I asofotderlesTelephone Mgr I immiiiiiiii4elakCALL AT E rN 2 South MainSL Iftoc 1 when looking for something t E Good Fresh Nice 3S- H I ell To eat and your wants will r = be supplied = Cumberland Rome Phone 2a- pi Phone 27 11SJ2 E Jf K TWYMAN = I IUI UIUU uuuuut UU luuntUUuR k Brames Stable1 SUCCESSOR TO G01AY d BRAME Livery and m Eyed Stable orh iq i 3ignitt StreetsIf tkI servlct4 as n a 8i Cumberland I fiodJjJ 1 will be glad to hUG aU ray Wends lIve me t1I A patronage dVARpjff E Hopkinsvi Ky or l Yil letfdersoiS SVJUui I Railway r Three tti s daily betweep faudersoni Owenstpro t louiivHle naa poins East Excellent cqanectitiui In Loiiiiville for frankfort UxinltooChlCin ai4- Eterid cities E e il equijMwents OH aU irto Par I l f ciirs W lay fram u bssIe Sit- oanlgit pera tralas La ixwm G P AuG L Gterett T P LOt7ISVJu nD J U Dire tgo 34214 THIS IS DIRECTG- OIf you are up on breed ing that is enough Say his colts are good ones 15 the season privilege Estell McCown Business SuccessAwaits trained in the business branchesA in our College insures Bookkeeping Write telephone or c Hat College office for rates of tuition- LOCKYEARS S IeSS ollege Hopklnsvllle Ky DR L R BRADLEY + Veterinary Surgeon Graduate of Ontario Voter nary College Toronto Canada Hopkinsville Zy Specialist In Surgery Foot and Lameness and Den firingQfcure Spavins and Stringhalt Neurotomy NavlcuhOffice at Curtis Skorritts livery stable Eaat Ninth street near L N depot Telphon 145 AH csllii letter or telephone promptly attended to- T a AGE IS BESTING SAGET- EDthx i m V E MONEY LENDER t BUSINESS LIFE t I But A ndan wu Street Ne the Face tit the ll au- o f3elioves in Hard Wi51 I Work RevealstJ ilSottOmN ark that RUssell Sag aged n xlender ot Wall street jthuI gplng let 1re from business that the cry ooff wolf by the boy tn the table l11bllc has ceased to give tbeIstatetn n By this time report an a rolled upon as true at least In par e 811 years of the ntrfn I broker F Beginning to tell on tie isJgjgiltiSilly abandoning the routine of life which has bean for a gen ration the wonder and J6ke of hlaacquaihtancea MrSae Is the largest Individual monejnder In the world and has been forMatfa century a conspicuous ngUro I In Vall street Now he Is to relinquish abandonWiiUstreet I sdtne quarters never Russell sage will r1tfiUwhollY desert Wall street until I r1teeth has left his body Its life Is I a llatr9rhIS life Its excitement and tu have kept his blood aglow with the I fityor of youth at an age when other i thCiv In more sober pursuits have been half blind groping for an open grave xeluctantlftlnie His spirit of combatlveness flIt defies the infirmities of the flesh But he is rorced to yield The past few weeks have taught him this Russell Sage believes In and exempli fies the gospel of hard work Work has been his hobby The lack of relaxation h narrowed his life Whether through habit or through prenatal Influences Mr Sage cares nothing for books music t i the drama several years ago a New York phrenologist examined his head and gave a very flattering reading of his Jkninps But the head Suggests very little to the average man or woman un less It be sadly misshaped with a charac er In conformity The face is an open tv f A CHARACTER SKETCH OF RUSSELIi SAGE bodies We read instinctively the charac ter of an Individual In the lines of the face the expression of the eyes the con tour pf the mouth Here is what a critical study of Mr Sages face reveals as seen by George Nox McCain eye of Russell Sage denotes trutlifuilaesa It also marks a man of greatambition and of great desire to makjSj money It Is the eye of one who has+ Xceedlngl keen perceptive facul ties It Is also the eye of a man who Is Instinctively religious This may seem a remarkable deduction but no one trait expressed In Russell Sages face is more distinctly outlined than that til Inherent reUglbua feeling It Is shown In the deeji sot eye the width of tho middle ear the length of taco from the tip of the nose to the top of the forehead Russell Sago is slow to anger and his eye Is the reverse of a boaster The coarse bushy eyebrows Indicate a coarse rugged nature not an unlovely nature crookedness of lying It is a face which marks keenness the driving of hard bar gains and great will power Russell Sage has been ambitious He has also been a dreamer The success he has achieved in acquiring great wealth Indicates that his ambitions and hla dreams have been along that line A deepset eye marks the dreamer the I eyes close together one who can keep secrets Oddly enough too whatever men may say of his companionable qual sties Russell Sage has always had a de sire to ploaso and win the regard of men According to the pyslognomlBt If his outward Ufo has not always indicated these traits It Is because he has per mitted circumstances to thwart his nat ural desires AU told Russell Sage has a good face albeit there shows in it a pre dominance of coarse lines which might have been softened had Russell Sage cultivated literature music or the kindred arts But ho had no time for this Newapa per readers will remember the alarm of indignation which swept the country a year ago over a magazine article by Mr Sage in which ho opposed the an nual vacation of the toiler And yet Mr Sage only voiced hIs firm belief when ho expressed himself in these words I think the 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At Nashville with L N and N C St L Ry at Clarksville with L N and a Hopkinsville with L N and 1 C R R E H HINTON TrafficManager Nashville Tenn- J B MALLON Agent Hopkinsville Ky BUSINESS EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIPS35 FRJuEClip this notice from the KENTUCKIAN Hoplciusvllle Ky1 and present or- send to DRAUGHONS Practical Business College NAsHVILLE PADUCAH or ST LOUIS and you will receive booklet containing almos 100 misspelled words explaining that we rive away ABSOLUTELY FREE 135 scholarships to those most o booklet Mostnstructivecontest ever conducted Booklet contains hundreds of letters bankers and business men giving reasons Yayou should attend one of D P B Those who to get free scholarship win as explained In booklet Ret 10 cents for each m Impelled wo d found Let us tell you all about our great educa tional contest and our GREAT SUMMER DISC- OUNTETIIRRCO If yon are gpin- gNORTH OR EAST i Laves via tho EVANSVILLE ROUTE E T H and C 8 E I the best equipped and most rdireot line to Chicago and all points reached via Chicago riearegarding rates time eti addressed to representatives giver below will receive prompt cour teous atteution to P P Jeffries G P T Ai Evansvllle Int S L Rogers General Agent Nashville Tenn Bruce Jeffries T P A Atlanta J Through Cars to New York From Nashville Louis ville Cincinnati New York trains over Pennsylvan i ia Short Lines with Pullman draw ingroom sleepingcars running through to New Cincin nati daily at 830 a n1115 p m 440 pm and 830 pm The 100 oclock p mtrain daily from Louisville has drawingroom sleepingcar which runs through to New YYork The 755 a m from Nashville has through to New York via Louisville and Cincinnati For berth reservations and train ser vice to R H Lacey SP Agt Nashville Tenn C H Hagerty D P Agt Louisville Ky W W CRA- Yorlarustgas West Seventh street Elb Build lag Clean towels and hub Give us a civil eT1ytblal 1 4nr jttersns Letters From Europe WILL BE A LEADIMS FEATURE OF THE r r ofirier foflrngl During1 1906 1 There will be man other atlrac makeaCourierJournal COf LOUISVILLE KY kBYCAN GET THE iHopkinsville Kentuckia AND THCWeekly ICourier Journal Both LA forbYear Only J JfThis is for cash subscriptions dathrough the KENTUCKIAN office I VAlSYlLLEAnD ERRS f1AUTER Ri THROUGH SERVICEVIA CELm2 2NA9HVILLETHROUGHSLEEPERBANODAYCOACHE3 l NEW ORLEANS TO CHICAGO a ROUTEt1 VANVIILr NO NAIHVIILC TINNrt fir Tennessee CeiltralaSTHE NASHVILLE ROUTE 4IiThe shortest and most direct lino s to Nashvile Knoxville and Bristol Tenn Asheville N C RichmondtVa Washington D C New York 311 r N Y and all other Eastern Sea ports and Interior Eastern Cities in cluding the Virginias and Carolinas A FirstClass Double Daily Passenger Service With KtOn Night TrainstThe Tennessee Central Railroad is r new line running through a new i rich country and offers thebest r opportunities in the South for the Homesecker the Farmer the Stock raiser and the Manufacturer For further information address- E H HINTON Tralic Mgr Nashville Tenn 1 N TIME TABLE TRAINS GOING NORTH tr No 52St Louis Express 941 a m No 54St L Fast Mail 1020 p m No 92C St L Lim 545 a m No 56 Hopkinsville Ac 845 fp m TRAINS GOING SOUTH i No 51St L Express 518 p m No 53St L Fast Mail 545 a mwNo 93C N 0 Lim 1201 a m 4 No 55 Hopkinsville Ac 640 a mtNo 51 and 4 connect at St Louis for chats woof 4yA No 51 connects at Guthrie for Memphis Line qnCincInnatiNo 53 and 55 make direct connection at Guth x rie for Louisville Cincinnati and all points north and east thereof N6 53 and 55 also con i sect for Memphis and way points l No 92 runs through to Chicago and will not tto point South of Evansville L7 AISO carries through sleeper taSt Louli xc F No 91 through sleepers to Atlanta Macon + Jacksonville St Augustine and Tampa Fla h r Alau Pullman s lecpera to New Orleans Con nects at Guthrie for points East and West No FI 93 will notcarry local passenirers fur pouts North n of yl jr c ITOOE Agt tt LZ KILLTHE COUGH 0- AND CURE THE LUNCS mm DrM Kings Niw Discovery y z rONSUMPTION Piiti r ey FOR tUQHI aN slstwill Frtt Ttlei Mid ttUlCXMC rr YXXOAT M4 JiUira raOV N UW or XpyXT XACnC + J L raiL t Y c A t tr1 1 eJ 1 i- viIi of J tjt Wi r J THK KEN UCKIAN JUNE Ir 10 j4IJ J If l r Iti iT J l itj IItJ L I Ir 4- eej tt1lJ ti J L p +k 1 ii r Will tvc for Nekt ljfifI t 4 h til i Daysino rnQuantitiesTjaceorders by ei CRATE Now is the time for PRE SERVING Callor Phone rs QUICK Orders placed the day beforeil1 be DE- t l jliVERED early the following morning I WTCOOPERtc j x L 1 1 Company j I h ABOUT READY M At Louisville for Confederate Reunion The executive committee of the Confederate reunion which will be held in Louisville June 14 15 and 16 is working steadily on the arrange ments for the big event and import suit details are being attended to The parade will be the chief spectac ular feature bf the reunion and th i route will extend over a distance o two miles The march will start from the Galt House and the parade will disband in front of the courthouse NAi on Jefferson street There will be about seventyfive special trains of veterans and visitors into louisville during the reunion The railroads prefer this form of transportation for the old soldiers as it prevents confusion regarding baggage Arrangements have already been made to serve meals to 70000 persons and lodging for 9000 KEeY t 1at or may seem to in a safe place Buti t is not It f is liable to be destroyed by fire or taken by thieves When deposited i with a- r Ghe Plenters Wasik and rATrust Concxpf ny- c It iSabsolutely safe and can be used F by theowrter anywhere and at any time by drawing a check on us for r I the amount required j S G Buckner Farmers Insurance Real Estate Collections and LonnsI1J i Telephone 305 No1 Court St r j 1irr t DR aDWp fiIECxu RDSI IL Eye Ear Npsft J Wrtt Made for 1I IALtptafJ I nlxlllIdil dJllnSt rJI uJJfI f tij yfI Z tHt i r p l Pi It w t t t T DECORATION DAY 5t Old Fed Remember Thel Dead Comrades Last Tuesday being decoration day made such by Congress the postoffice and banks were closed Charles White Post observed the day by decorating the graves of both Federal and Confederate soldiers in Hopewell Cemetery in the forenoon gathf Cansler acted as master of cere monies After singing My Country Tis of Thee Judge Cansler mad a few appropriate remarks an prayer was offered by Rev H D Smith Judge W T Fowler then took the stand and made a beautiful address He was followed by Mr eloquenttWas nothing said by either of the speakers that did not reflect credit upon the soldiers who fought unde- both flags Both believed that th Blue and the Gray fought for their honest convictions and now after forty years both the South and the North rejoice in a reunited country TO BE MADE AN A M 1 EoniE w Store fcreditor Tom tJriderwood ToNight South Kentucky College will this evening confer upon Mr Thos C iUnderwpod editor of the New Era the degree of Master of Arts Mr Underwood graduated from S K C as an A B in 1891 and has been ever since engaged in literary per suits Under the college rules a A B graduate is entitled to an A M degree after two years of literary work Mr Underwood is justly en titled to the honor and his alma mater is honoring itself by confer ring the degree upon so deserving an alumnus LITTLE BOY Injured In a Stampede at Balloon Ascension Robert Cooper a Httjeinineyear old son of Mr W D CnperJw trampled upon by a crowd of ne groes at the balloon ascension Tues day evening and painfully injured There was a crowd around the bal loon and the little boy was run ove and rendered unconscious Fortu no bones were broken He hisIthis in1 res rn P Jw iTiD I RL a- q 5 a- All aJ ltindtc I Initl Pit 172 J 1Dt tnitl pttttelp YrI j tgtntn an II ly c Pom 1t l hdaliother hd e fair n h Thoygrire l JifM iolton the new Land N fr 1 a bt DrspdQ tm rcgory Osteopaths 1Qp VHopkinsvill KentuckyNew i arc plenti ful The bignbpe seems to to be the most qn try Perfect nsittm tteormedicine is I WHARP R1 eythe kind your grandfiaMoVii l Sold by W R Long Hopkinsville Iy As raspberries haverXnade their appearance on the inVrket straw berrieSwill soon1 ilisapehr A large ntimbr f tractioh en gines teapersgrowers have been sold in thte tiolir this year and are now beirigrde7ivered- Last Tuesdafr i eaugl t V C great many persons tois tmps Deco ration day slipped up nfhemU Spring chickehi at tcents are too high for most people to indulge in as freely as they would like too In deed they do look like thirtyCents It is said that drummer avoid all towns where streetfarraie in pro gress but Hopkinsvillfrceiciainly has been full of them this week The D A R Chapter will meet tomorrow morning at 1030 oclock with Mrs J K Hooser Rev J M Jones the new assist ant pastor of the Baptists church is expected to arrie toay The first balloon ascension was made Tuesday evening at 6 oclock powerhousecurrent that he was killed by strik ing the earth but this asaake t PERSONAL GOSSIP to I Clarksvillerrlaucle Brasher has retrrned from aa jsif1to friends at Mannirrgtn vJMrs43farence Hinkle aiidr daughter and Miss Albion Bacon of Evansville are visiting in the city r 1tsFpGephart has returned from a visit of a month to the Pa cifia cpast t Mrs Mattie and Miss Ruby Rash of Madisonville have been guests of Mrs ilYP Nuchols for several days Mrs CarricAihQldVill leave next J todYork i Mr Earl Halsteadof Paducah is in the city iit1i street fair and visiting the fumilyof Mr Henry Ballard Misses Cora and Verna Mitchell two popular young people pf Prince BallardrGraveseMr A L Foard of Earlington j who spent several daye with his brother Mr John WFoard near Church Hill returned hdhie Tues day Mr George Amos Stowe who has been a student in the dental depart merit of the University of Pennsyl vania returned for summer last Monday He will return in October On June 6th Misses Julia Arnold J Lelia Mills Katie Manson and Mary J BronaughY will leave for k tour of Europe to begone several months J Misses Arnold arid Mills will provide I substitutes to take theirplaces in the I schools until their return They will YorknMr and Mrs Fred Mitchell of Paducah are in the city visiting the family of Mr H C Ballard on Clay street Mr and Mrs Mitchell are both well known here the former being a popular engineer on the I C Mrs Mitchell is a niece of Mr Ballardand has visited here many times and has many friends in the city MobleySweets Miss Ka ie Sweets ot Elizabeth town Ky and Dr J 0 Mobley of the same place will be I married today T1 Cut Flowers We have on hand 600 Cape Jessa carnationsrGive us a call Savage Floral Co Red Fox Cubs Wanted At 100 each Address J F Draughon Nashville T0ftn d J i aJl tIiJJIif IJtjtI ij1 1 4s w II itI Ii N i j1fij III tijirp 1 I f 0fflE jfi rla4 r i 1 j oIJtiIeJ t 7i riA J J 1 X 11 J il off 1 1 JUST A LITTX PLAIN i r t H b I G1t1A1jt I II l mt r i Our many friends and patrons will oJeVhat i II we have to say to those wishing to bidlaASS vehicles te rp1aetons Surreys Stan Iihopes in fact everything on wheels cahbe found on hqWI the floors of our diJiBMpmsja prices to suit alla1 clasaes f buyersht7 eawtJ 4 a4j 4jrBuggies fro i O75 to 10000 LIIi i t 4 provlp Phaetons from 6500 to f75OCbfi I Surreys from SfSvOO tof 22SOOqf a1 i y 1 Bought from RELIABLE manufacturers in large quantities for cash and we are in a position to sell i GOOD GOODS for less money than those whobuy on time Come and look through our immense 4 J 2 stock and you will find something to suit your taste filii 4 atprices to suit your purse Thanking you for y mris liberaljpatronage we most cordially invite you to inspect our before you buy aWIt t r j i 1 r r TL II 1 1 1 tltRNESS8 tOft LS iOur Harness Department is filled with good re rt x i liable Harness with prices ranging from 600 to O t3500 per set for single buggy harness Twohorse V buttgy1i1rness at prices to suit everybody Shop made wagon harness to order made by firstclasss fi w5rkmenrat prices as low as firstclass work can be made Yours for business to j I5ii r A ft buwYprrrOivuii ii A ftaJi PARIS 6gEENMeans t- oPotato k J r Bugs And all other Veg etable vermin Cooke gins e I DruggistsB- oth I Home 1215 Main Phones f Cumberland 58 Street I For Sale Fine Farm- Of 200 acres situated on Cadiz I pike three miles West of Hop kinsvillq Will sell the whole tract or 150 acres i Ay pnpy J wanting G CHILDRESSftppkiae Yillc J t I q Bau wMitioX M o iJ daitaStock Paid id IOO 99 i flK1 tgj S fl s t 32 OoD 4 FAY f- J FU qMj i c fl t I r oLf F H 1HY C GAN rfraenb- SEMO HEBSOEJt tt Mop rV Cagier j t I f WetCarbtoq Accounts of Tnaivicuals Firms and Oor porations solicited promiair courteous treatment and every accommodation cpnsis tent with conservative banking If you con template opening an account or making any change in present relations we would be glad to correspond with you TD RUDD Physician d SurgeonOF- FICE IN MDANIEL BUILDING con SIXTH AND MAIN HopklnsyHIc Kentucky th PhonesJT t If Announcement 4 I 1 We are authorized to announce JOSEPH E MOSELEYY tiOlfl thgemDH il 1 J I 1 z For Sale at a Bargi One thrjeshing rig of r 15hoJ pover tractionengine with cab engine and t pump 36 by 58 incseparator wind stacker and self feed ftAll in first class and ready to go to work ApplytoSi G BucHnqi Hopkins lso a number one rub ber tire buggy for ealecheap- ipHN Y 0vLEY v 1l Illinois Central willsll chomp rund trip ticM i points in south andIir