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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r III Hopkinsvillerfa n I r 1 rri i Xtfs VOL XXIXHOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKY SATURDAY OCTOBER 19 1907 No 126 J Idi d r = SENATOR it PAYNTER Will Speak Here Next Thursday October i r 24th i f i OTHER OPPOINTMENTh IT Will Be j First Appearance of New Senator in Hop 1 kinsvllle The campaign committee has an pounced the following Western eji tucky appointments for U S Sena ItorThos H Paynter wHopkinsvllle Thursday Oct 11 1 p m Paducah Friday Oct 23 1 pm Princeton SaturdayOct 1 pm This will be Senator Paynters first visitto Hopkinsville The next appointments here will be Judge Hager at 1 p m Nov 2 and Ruby Laffoon at 730 p nit that night Mr Laffoon will speak at Crofton the same day at 1 p nf 4THE WHITE CITY R i Colored People Are Having a Carnival Near Cates Mill tj xThe colored people are having a st beyond the city limits Firs Ninth street this week yjlI the show The White City add re are several attractions in Way of pay shows besides the 1various refreshment stands The carnival has been largely attended and a creditable parade Jwas given r Thursday u RELIEVED OF SPIDER CANCER Henry C Richards Under NTreatment of Dr Hartley SUCCESSFUL REMOVAL t11 1i h Xt Growth Came Out After Ten Days of Plaster Treatment For more than 30 years Mr Henry C Richards has been a sufferer from a cancer on the left side of his upper lip Until recently woslittle more than a pimple concealed in his mous tache A few years ago it began to grow and the more it was treated the larger it got Mr Richards tried every known remedy includ ing treatments by X Rays and by Radium Within the last year it had involved all of his face about the corner of his MRuth On October 7 Dr H C Hartley of Paducah came to the city and began applying an external remedy to the cancer on a guaranty to take it out or make no charge On the night of the 16th the cancer cane out and way found adhering to the bandage or plaster when Mr Richards awoke It was 2J inches long J inch wide and about the same thickness A small portion of the upper lip had been eaten away but flesh is forming and Dr Hartley says the awill be almost filled uphnedmployed IS a secret preparation handed down to the present owner by his brother Dr JnT Hartley who got it in t CONTINUED ON PAGE FOUR I I A Few Items in Our Line Which May Interest You Heating Stoves H Cooking Stoves AStove Pipe rv Pipe Elbows DStove Boards I L Stove Polish DGranite Ware Lap Rugs I c 1 Carriage Heaters c W Stove Fronts A Coal Hods Vasesl i Hardware 61 all kindsr R 9utleryt 1 4 E Guns i Silverplated Ware ti SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY OUR PRICES WILL SUIT YOU J J- I F AYOST COMPANYI n 1 FffiF 1 nn ggSCHOOL OF METHODS p p QQQQQ mlmf QQaQQQQQQa QQQQQ r l JDR J P LOVE One of the Bible Conference spea The Bible Conference and school of methods which has been promot ed by Rev MAJenkensof the First Baptist Church of Hopkinsville be gins Sunday with a full list pf speakers The object of such con ference Is the deepening of spirituality among Christiansa better know ledge of the Biblebetter methods of church work and greater missionary interest There will be something like ten speakers in all leading ministers and workers of the South There will be three sessions a day for ten days 10 a m 3 and 730 p m Four dis tinct linesalong which all the ad dresses will be given are The Holy Spirit The Surrendered Life The Second coming of Christ and World Wide Missions Among the speakers are Rev J C Massee Pastor of the Tabernacle church Raliegh N C one of theI largest congregations in the South Dr W A Nelson Supt of the Tab ernacle Bible Inatitute Atlanta Ga Rev Julian S Rodgers Evangelist Atlanta Ga Mr Frank L Mallary a prominent business man and Christian worker of Macon Ga Dr W H Smith Literary Secretary of the Baptist Foreign Mission Board CIRCUIT COURT Dullest Week Since Term Began This has been a very dull week in court with most of the time given to oneortwo civil cases of no interest to the public One commonwealth case was tried against Taylor Pryor and J F Hammonds for operating a gaming table suppressed by the city last spring They were fined 20 each The cases against Alberta Mockbee and two other negro women charged with grand larceny and that against Daniel Lnyne for robbery are le t for today WestProwse Mr Drew West and Miss Ella Proyse a runaway couple from Christian county Ky were married in the county court clerks office Wednesday morning by Squire D T HammilL Clarksville Leaf Chron icle Kentuckian Killed Princeton Ky Oct 16Walter Pool a son of Henry Pool of this I city was killed at Brodock Pa asIa i The I for burial kers who will speak Sunday night Richmond Va Rev J F Love Assistant Secrptary Baptist Home Mission Board Atlanta Ga Dr J G B wSecretary Baptist State Mission Board Louisville Ky Rev H L Walker Evangelist Atlanta Ga Dr Lloyd T Wilson one of Louis villes most prominent pastors SUNDAY PROGRAM 930 to 1010 aim Sunday School 1010 to 11 a m Address by Mr Frank L Mallary The Sunday School 11 a m Rev W A Nelson D D first of his series on The Surren dered Life 3 p m Rev W L Walker first of his series on Evangelism V30 p m Rev J F Love first of the addresses on World Wide Missions Dr Love will speak on Mis sions in the Home land Mr Mallary will have charge of the singingassisted by a large choir We suggest that those who would secure a good seat go early W9 j predict great success for the con neverIable and distinguished men on a similar meeting anywhere in the South Pastor Jenkens and his peo pie are i1 be congratulated I4 INtflTUTE CLOSES i Second Day Was Even More Suepsful than First The farners Institute was favored by another brigt day Wednesday sueI I a wider rams and covered several I most timely ubjects Wheat cul ture Farm A imals and Poultry for Profit were ui leading topics and they were one I discussed not only by the In truIrs but by the farm ers themsglve It is4dup 1 if any Institute held in the sU as been participat ed inbyamor talliirant class of farmerthnn t H Grangers about Church HJI1 t 7y AGED CITIZEN Brother ofU Late Fen ton Sims is Dead Mr Richard Si lied last Wednes day at the home tI i nis nepew Wm H Sims near C lIof senility He was a bachelor r r I was 82 years old The deceased w a 1 brother of the the late Fenton f is of Cadiz and of L B Sims oftobb OCTOBER CROP REPORT Late Fall Was of Great Ad vantage to To bacco s I CROP WELL HOUSED I Hogs Reported to Be Dying In Christian County of Mysterious Plague The following extracts are taken from Commissioner Hubert Vree lands crop report for October The expected frosts in Septem ber did not come but on the contrary the warm weather during the month rapidly matured the bulk of the corn and tobacco crops and both are now out of danger from frosts except a very small per centof late plantings The prospects for the corn yield improved during September and is now 94 per cent as compared with 88 per cent on September first Eightytwo per cent of the Burley tobacco crop and 8L per cent of the dark tobacco was cut and housed by October 1st As compared with the yield of last year the Burley is 87 per cent while the dark is 81 per cent Christian CountyHave had fine weather for growing crops and cut ting tobacco Pastures are good and stock generally in fine condition Hogs are dying in some localities of what is called swine plague but it is probably typhoid pneumonia It is contagious and very fatal as the or dinary remedies seem to have little effect uities DCIOW sea cevei Most Dutch clUes are several feet below the level ole sea 4 THE GREAT- TOBACCO TRUSTa tf Has Augustus E Willson Employed As Its At ttorney v wf IS TAKEN TOrT SK itJ Startling Disclosure Regard ing the Republican Candi date for Governor In addition to his other corpora tion connections comes the informa tion that Augustus E Willson Republican gubernatorial nominee is the attorney in the state of Kentucky for the American Tobacco Company the great trust which has through t its policies in dealing with the farm ers compelled them to organize for their protection against it Appellate Court Clerk J Morgan Chinn custodian of records for the highest court of the state makes this serious charge against WiIlsoI1Jand is enabled to prove it the in his possession In a speech just delivered Clerk Chinn made his charge in the following language which it will be well for every farmer and tobacco raiser to readIIt will be good news no doubt to the tobacco raisers in Kentucky y who are at this particular time en gaged in a death struggle with the American Tobacco Company com monly known as the tobacco trust to know that that distinguished statesman Mr Augustus EtWillson whom the Republicans I think in a fit of mental aberrationhave seen fit to nominate for that exalted and honorable position of governor of Kentucky is at this very instantaContinued on Fifth Paged YOUR WILL f should be cautiously guarded it should be placed beyond the reach of those who might be 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daily until No vember 30th Season and sixty day tickets permit holder to return via a diverse route including 1 oat line from Norfolk to Richmond Direct t onnec tionjnafle with C 0 trains at Louis vllIet J 8 MALLON Agent lrvM Geo C Long President C P Jarrott VioeFreat Tlips W Long Cashier Bailey Russell Asst Casliioi First National BankO- F HOPKINSVILLE KY UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN THE CITY r Solicits accounts of individuals and lOUr poruiinns desiring a place of deposit or accummodJiln on nprttvrdsecury Three cent iniertst Ifu iu Tim Certificate iofDeposit Safety DqJlbit B XI 1mICustomers We invite you 10 start an account In our sovjngs Depart ment and will lend a handsome and useful Pocket Bout I Savings lank Free to Our DepositorsII 9 Senator Pettus Library The late Senator Pettus of Alabama was a Fortyniner going overland to California In the early days and en gaging in placer mining He took with him on that long and tedious journey three books the Bible Shakespeare and Burns poems He said of them at one time not long since I read the Bible from cover to cover I read the side notes I read the captions of the chapters I learned great parts ct it by lidart and J havent forgotten them yet I learned many of Burns poems by heart and waytoobooks was an education in Itself It is not likely that many miners en gaged in that search for wealth spent their leisure In as profitable a way Goshawks Changing Plumage- I know no bird which passes through so many changes of plumage and color of eyes as the goshawk- A young one which I have mounted is about the size of a small hen and is covered with white down His eyes are pale blue I colored the eyes exactly from life When fully grownI the first plumage is dark brown above and the eyes are pale yellow No one would be likely to suspect this being a goshawk who had only seen adult birds Later It changes to the dark shady blue of the adult and the eyes after passing through all the Intermediate changes in color from straw yellow orange yollow and Jink finally as adultForestv Long Overdue What queried the very young yourlifeIt hasnt come yet answered the oldest thebytherinwill come When people cease to ask fool questions answered the old man Hed Failed So Often Mr Timmid has asked if he might call tonight I think he wants to tell mo that he loves me said Miss Yerner 0h replied her sister that goes without saying 4 Yes and Im afraid that he will ItooHydraulic Lifeboats tISov rnl of these craft are now in Berrice in the United States The propelling agents are Jets of water driven out by a powerful steam pump through nozzles under water The nozzles can bo made to drive tho boat forward or backward or turn It tho boat of course being driven by tho reaction in tho direction oppo site to that of tho escaping water A of 100 miles an I harlborHydraulic lifeboats are not econom ical their strong point is tho abs nce of any external paddle wheels or propellers which aro so liable to be como fouled by wreckage The boat has projecting guards which protect the nozzles from striking against Blips or docks N COW ATE DYNAMITE AND FOR A TIME THERE WAS CHAOS ON THE FARM Peculiar DI6t- kbf Bovine Slnipjy Unset tied Everything Caused Labor i Complication Among Other Things QueDr domorids afQ conlfng from the fanners on tho Una Of w acqtfe1 ductsays the Now York tfjines A claim for one dynamited cow was settled the other day When thfe claim reachetl the controller It called for 425 The controller turned It over to the board of water supply which In turn sent Engineer Charles E Davis to investigate The claim ant was John McCaulfy of Browns station Uuster county The engineer ing force had been at work nearhlsi place The claim he said Included the trampling down of growing grain Was the cow blown up asked theengineerNot said the claimant but she scared us all to death You see ono of the engineers had left a stick of dynamite in a field and the cow ate it She probably thought It was an ear of corn or something You know how hard It is to get any hired won in this section Why the depart ment ofagriculturo has sent out circu lars telling the farmer how to get over the labor difficulty Ive got one of them up to the house Well some of the help I havq had read that circular that was lying aboi the house and then they kicked for more pay Theje was Ed and John Whats that got to do with the cow asked the Investigator Well I was telling my story In my own way You see labor is scarce and I had got that darned circular locked up In a closet and I was hop Ing to keep Bill with me for a little when Bill and I was walKing through that field toward the cow We saw her eating something and we didnt mistrust anything until we got up close to her just as the end of the stick was sticking out of her mouth and I saw what it was Whats she eating asked Bill I didnt feed her anything Bill says I if theres one thing of which I wouldnt suspect you its work I know darn well you didnt feed that cow anything But shes fed herself says I and Its darned hot stuff says I Bill he looked a little queer What is it says he Dynamite says I My God says he He stood still for so long a time that I thought he wasnt afraid AU of a sudden the cow turned and walk ed toward him Drive her off well both be killed says Bill picking up a big stoneDont you do It Says 1 shell te j plode Shes full of dynamite and the slightest jarll set her off Bill began to laughhalf laugh and half cry you know like a lady sum mer boarder I once had who found a toad under her bed when she was looking for a man Then I says H Bill Its up to you to do some thingWhy is it up to me says he You own the cow Thats Just itsays IiI own the cow and you are working for the man that owns her Bill gave me a look Then he says Well I aint working for him no longer says he and with that he cut across the fields without waiting for his wages Well my family and I stayed that night at the homo of my brother five miles away to make sure of being safe In the morning I went back to the farm and found that the cow was dead The dynamite had poisoned her John Wllkey the dare devil of the neighborhood carried off the body for 10- The engineer found upon question Ing the force in tho neighborhood that a stick of dynamite had disappeared So ho settled for 160 The farmer took the money Say ho said you know I haven telephone In my house Day before yesterday Bill caller me up Say says he is that cow dead If she is Im coming back for my wages I Youll get no wages says I Sermon In a Few Words Wo are very much impressed by something wo saw and heard while passing along the street a few oven Ings since A young girl was stand ing in front of a store and near her j with a hangdog expression on his face was a young stripling of a boy As we passed the two the girl said to the boy Any one who speaks of my father as the old man Is not worthy of my respect From the tone of her voice we know that the girl spoke from tho impulse of a moment but there was a wholo sermon in her ut toranco We dont know the girl but if she lives she will develop Into a noble womanhood and the world will be the better for her having lived In it j And the boy it he has any redeeming I qualities in him will profit by tho les Bon given him In that one sentence Burlington Chronicle Misleading Similarity Musical ast How faithfully some qf phonograph records re produce sounds Just come pyer here and listen to these selections from Wagner Manager Beg pardon mIss but thems tho records of Sounds IDaFOIL caw +wwwwr 1 J I L to Fall T Millinery 4 mr r 1ImI Hj I now haon display a fine tolle- ctionof vt3hildrens and Ladies tstreet tailored and pattern hats at t 4J prices v t C f I it SOLICIT YOUR PAtRONML i t J N i MISS r FANNiE Ba SOfitts 1 210 South Main Street l r uu mri fJi1 I W j AmericanA BOYS 1 lif Qrtoion the Most Enter raining and Practical MagazIne to the World for Young Americans COVERS IN COLORS 36 Pagi Ize qf Laditt Home Journal Serialand Short 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satisfacti- onS I B Hooser Be COtS alto No H Elks Building 9th St Hopkinsvillos Leading Millinery House JI rr 1 r R 0 E COOPER President G H CAAMPLIN Secy Treaa RODMAN Y MEACHAM V P Gen Mgr I Gus MOORE JR Local Engineer Leacham Construction CovIncorporated General Contractors and Civi Engineers secondhand iron fences stone curbing and brick for sale Concrete J foundations floors and pavements All classes of Engineering work including City and Farm Surveying fit Hopklnsvlll icy iTMAm i JY i1i cJQ ly 1 tr NSVILLIJ KENTt cfAN OCT 19a19O7R PAG1 tHa Ji 1 a Tiitie rl ablrEffective May 2607 v8321Paducah Cairo and i Evansville Accommoda x tlon leave bOOam- tfo 206EVanSVilleMattoou1and No 26 Nashville LimitEd816 pm t r SOUTH BOUND do 25 Nashville and Chica go Limited 6 oo a m No 205 EvansvijieLouisville p ir No 321 Evansville and Nash ville Mail a 55 pm Nashvlile Chicago limited carrie free Reclining Chair Cars and Buffet Sleepers All trains run daily Trains 25 26 make local stops between Nashville and Princeton w J B MALLON Agt- HopkinsviJ1e K- SilowardBeanie f 9 PROPRIETOR 1tLivery and Feed Stable Corner Ith and Virginia StreetsI Hopkinsville Ky Firstclasss Rigs W careful drive r ad courteou attention City hac k Tvice meeting all trains Funerbl tad wedding work a specialty Givt me a call J lSl3Phones 32 I Another Mystery Why does a slender man always get 1 i readymade pants that cpme UD to his I 11 breastbone in the waist i CHOICE BARfiAINS I f Some Fine Offers In Farm- LandsIi and Town Lots I 336 acres 12 miles south of Hop kinsville only three miles from Howell well improved 130 acres in clover 26 acres in timothy 35 i acres fine timber3500 an acrey i r 303 acres near Lafayette large I house and all other necessary im i provements 60 acres good red and t post oak timber at the low price of 500I119 acres right at Elmo splendid r c improvements and all new nice twoitthat rents for 100 a year buggy corn cribs etc A great J F Y bargain J i200 acres near Pembroke I rich fland and well improved Runs t up to within J mile of the best little town on earth 3662 acres right at Garrettsburg Ky 60 acres of clover 50 acres of good timber This is very fine land and well located and can be bought iF at 28 per acre k 211 acres Smiles South of town j everytl1ingttbcannot afford to miss Price only i f 30 117 acres 3J miles South of Pem broke Nicely improved and a bar Y gain at 1700 I a 418 acres near Roaring Springs I t Can be divided into two farms t Good improvements fine land and qt will be sold cheap 1 A fine location for county doctor Beautiful grounds and improvements and in the most desirable partof vi i1 the county Also some very desirable houses and lots in the city fpr sale t Call and see us if you are interest ed in a good home either in city or country If you want to buy anything we have got it and if you have anything to sell we can help you PLANTERS BANK TRUST CO 1 7 1 CAUSES OF SUICIDE STATISTICS COLLECTED FROM MANY SOURCES t Numerous Cases Attributable to Child loss Marriages Rate High Among JGermanic NationsMeans of SeifA estruction Among 1000000 suicides of all classes it has been found that 206 married men with children destroyed their lives 470 married men without children 526 widowers wlthand 1004 widowers without children With respect to the women 45 mar rled women With and 158 without children committed suicide while 104 widows with and 238 without off spring completed the list On the face of things it would appear that in childless marriages the number of men suicides Is doubled and in women trebled Leaving the case of actual insane persons out of count It would also appear that iff males suicide is more frequent than infemalesEqually interesting is that phase of the subject which deals with the causes One table dealing with 6782 cases shows one seventh caused by misery one twentyfirst part by loss of fortune one fortythird by gamb ling one nineteenth by love affairs one ninth by domestic troubles one sixtysixth by fanaticism and by toil ed ambition and remorse oneseventh and one twentyseventh respectively Thegeography of suicide is also 0 high interest Westcott says the high est proportion in Europe is shown by the Germanic races Saxony having tho largest rate of any country In Norway the rate was very large for a time its decrease being attributed the greater restrictions now laid on the liquor traffic The Celtic races have a low rate and this Is evinced by the figures for Ireland and Wales Mountainous regions are said to show a lower rate than lowlands In the highlands of Scotland and Wales and in the high areas of Switzerland suicide is rare Times and seasons also operate ape parently to Influence the act self destruction Roughly speaking the curve line tsulclde calculated through the year rises from January to July and decreases for the Second half of the year The maximum pert ods have been found to fall in May June and July I believe indeed June is found to show a marked predomi nance asa suicide month One reason for such preeminence in the warm season of the year is set down as represented by the onset o hot weather affecting the system and tending to disturb mental equilibrium of the subjects In 1993 cases noted in Paris the prevailing hours of self destruction were from six a m to noon and from two to threo p m Perhaps one of the most curtou- phases of this studyjs revealed in th fact already alluded tonamely that different countries to show prefer ences for different means of committing suicide from other lands The most common European method is by means of hanging but in Italy this mode of seff destruction is rare Drowning comes next in order and twice as many women as men perish in this way each year in Europe Shooting is frequent in Italy and Switzerland Cut throat is common England and Ireland it does not see to constitute anywhere else a mode of ending life Poisoning is a specially AngloSaxon method of suicide we are told white suffocation by the fumes ot carbonic acid gas Inhaled Ina closed room is very typical of suicide in France Necklace Brings III Luck An eerie story is told about a neck lace which formerly belonged to the maharannee of Cooch Behar India and which is supposed to bring bad fortune to every one connected with it The history of the necklaceof pearls and turquoises which are not usually considered to bo unluck- ystonesis certainly peculiar While it was In tho maharannees possession she was robbed of a quantity of valu able Jewelry and the maharajah lost some of his best racing ponies by death and breakdowns The advice of a pundit was sought He prescribed a change of ownership and a voyage across the sea In order to break the spell and the necklace was accordingly given to a lady in England As a re suit the maharajah has begun to win races again and the maharannee has received the stolen property but the story goes that tho present owner of the necklace has been the victim of persistent ill fortune from the day that it came into her possessionI Queen of Slams Jewels The Queen of Slam possesses the finest collection of Jewels in the world The walls of her bed chamber are I literally ablaze with precious stones while In a safe in her majestys apart ments are diamonds rubles pearls and emeralds fashioned into quaint neck laces of fabulous value One little are ticle alone intended to serve as a thimble is in the shape of a lotus flower and is valued at 15000 The king too possesses a wonder ful stock of Jewels and not only is his throne which is made of pure gold thickly encrusted with diamonds pearls and rubies but his majestys state mantle is covered with Jewels In fact this cloak Is the most wonderful garment in tho world In spite of his enormous collection of Jewels however the King of Slam is con Mtantly adding to them and spends something like 120000 per annum in purchases ne srei DIRE DISTRESS It Is Near at Land to Hun dreds of Hopkinsville Readers I i Dont neglect an aching back Backache is the kidneys cry for lii Neglect hurrying to their aid Means that urinary troubles fol low quicklytDire distress Diabetes Brights diseaseM Long farmer one of tre best known residents of the county who lives on the large farm which he owns on the Franklin road one and a half miles east of Russellville Ky says I had markedsymp toms of kidney ailments particular lyin connection with the kidney se cretions which at times were most irregular and distressing Once in a while I would feel a heavy dull aching across the small of my back always more severe after any over exertion My attention was attracted to Doans Kidney Pills by advEr- tisements in the papers and the state ments made by the people who had tried them led me to believe that they could be depended upon r procured a box and before I had vastfimprovement in my condition enough to prove to my satisfaction that Doans Kidney Pills are fine for kidney and bladder troubles toFor sal e by all dealers I Price 5C cents Foster Millburn Co New York sole agents for thel United States Remember the name Doansr and take no other C Busybodies When you find yohsef tempted tij mix I up in other peoples affairs said Uncle Eben Jes go to a ball game an notice de unpopularity of di um plrefi The Price of Health The price of I health in a mala rows district is just 25 cents the cost of a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills writes Ella Slayton of No land Ark New Life Pills cleanse for gentlyand impart new life and vig to the system 25c Satisfact ion guaranteed at R C Hardwick druggistWorlds Botanical Gardens In France there are 22 botanical gar Brlts14ewhile there are but five public botani cal gardens in the whole of the United States Bitten by a Spider IThrough blopd poisoning eauso by a spider bite John Washington of Bosqueville Tex would have lost his leg which became amass of running sores had he not been persua Salvetlieved and four bor e healed all the sores Heals every sore 25c ai R C Hardwick druggist In City Tenements rDieYork city tenements 37 one year old are dying each dayst FOR SALE Have 50 good mules I for sale Also some oood famil horses- C HLAYNE Co MADAME DWA FEMALEII A Sue Cteriix Bciiir tor SorrnrtiiD Uiwnariniw air9ipedtardruggttdoeiaathueUNITED MEDIC COa0XT4LNcteaP- ASoft In HupMnsviila Ity The Anilw ronFctvlar Drug Co 9 incorporated 1Farm Property for Sale tracts of land three miles east of Hopkinsville onRussell ville Pike containg 262 acres and 133 acres more or less One improved and other unimprovedJ Executor KILLTHi COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS WTHDrKiegz FOR DiscoveryCONSUMPrlON i Bureat and Quickest Cur for ull T1tQVBLESf Copyright 1307 by Byron Williams THe Fair Stubble and Fattle and hilly and Me went 2 the Fulr oh the Fair grounds by gee tti found a Ibis 1ft thee FtttsS by the Crick i felous we that shot that Fatty wood J stick h Cryyiwe wuz Vffi or shout v JFatty wuz wedged In thee Hole bfful vatyl of us fellers we pul1 dwft1 our i Mite tve Fetched him thriSw but we tore him up sum Feat didnt care awl he wished wuz 8 cum then we skipped out running rite up thee r 1J Track We wuz afrade they wood hustel us back ml they wuz lots to enjoy at thee fair everV blamed Bull In thee country wuz f there- Chickens and pigeons and horses and sheep side Shows and SNAKES that wood gist creepthey walked on a wire than the Balloon busted loose and took tire rj I won a Nickel from Stub on a race MieWdnt pay It with very Good Grace next wuz thee Pony race Stub woodnt j bet Jil somewhat of a Fraldycat yet Thel wuz a ball galm I heer them yell inow Ibid 2 go for 2 fetch home thee Cow l1 iuite thee Job but theys no use 2 stew F1 isez we awl must have sum things 2 do wetCant have everything gist as we r ilgoodrposerecom t ptnse hOpe they dont find that there Hole In t thee Fense iy WaypA our town Wouldnt let some swell ladles from thecity leave their cards while c on the grounds that the mis tress had plenty of her own and big Ser ones too f A Nebraska boy recently described marriage thus Holy matrimony is a divine Institution for tho provoca j tion of mankindu There may be microbes in whiskers according to tho physicians but you cant scare a girl who cares A spectacle vender always believes in seqaiuisight As a rule papa isnt afraid of any thing on earth except mamma No dear the slang phrase come across did not originate with Wash ingtoncrossing the Delaware Its fun to watch the LendaHands and the Crochet Circle and the Needle Tinkers Brigade sparring to get hold of the wife of a newly arrived citizen who has money A woman may run down her neigh hors still not be a gossip Theres the miSOr car for Instance When the junk man gomes around and asks if there is anything else ho might take sometimes you feel like telling him Yesa bath ii Whlsps A Rliode Island man says he be lieves whisky saved his life Some men can bollevo almost anything When a man is in love he feels as gentle as a maltese kitten drinking skim milk Sometimes a man thl ks he could have a lot more fun If ha wore single Then his wife goes away on her vaca tion and by the end of the second week he begins to distrust his judgt menteBy the time ho has forgotten to send away his soiled laundry and has to wear a sweater down to the office he Is satisfied that single bless edncao has its drawbacko A mean Nebraska cuss has sug gested that young men about to be married should Insure against moth erinlaws He wants to start such a company but he cant find anyone to take the risks A big family is always a Joy until father dies and the estate is to be di videdAn Iowa schoolboy was describing to his teacher what a phenomenon Is Said ho If you see a donkey that Is not a phenomenon If you see a bird that Is not a phenomenon If the donkey brays or the bird sings that Is not a phenomenon but It the donkey sits on the topmost twig of a bass wood tree and warbles Tweet Tweet to a bird kicking the stuffing out of a game rooster down In the barnyard that would be a fchenomo non Yvb 6- 0 I Y f t The best and er f 2slfc 9 o a a I- Iu 1 I FINE LOT I Four to six old pure stock bred on Some exhibition birds to and some small ones at 1 just as good stock as the PHONES and 1222 KY WHAT ABOUT a la it all right and for the If not this is the best time repairbeforeOr possibly you need a new one in any case you will find our work in this line of the best We will put ti in steam heating apparatus hot air or hot water heating at a I reasonable cost Hugh McShane THE PLUMBER StResIdenoaidence e dI f4tip SUCH THINGS AS III Bulk Olives Butter M Fancy Asparagus Fresh Eggs 111 Spring r5 tANDI J Miller Clarkti 4illDeO nl05 era g ariaaava O SriSSrrSStr SS j ll Cockerels If A O- FBARRED PLYMOUTH ROC- KCCICERELSa months double mating system Prices 2 5 larger onesRalph Meacham94 HOPKINSVILLE 7 YOUR HEATER ready Winter furnace r From Isaac Shelby to J C W Beckham ALL OF KENTUCKYS GOVERNORS Tha First Time Tholr Pictures Have Evi r a Been Published The Evening Post has for several years endeavored to secure pictures of all Kentucky r Krnors and has at last succeeded in securing them through the assistance of the li vn i tacky State Historical Society In order to place these pictures In n permanent form theyhave been arrnnge 04 o a jrroup in an uptodate Atlas showing with latest census picture of raLtathticalauia Canal Eastern and Western Hemisphere reports of the last three ualumtl QIiuuand much other historical f t5SI months subscription Understand that these rates are by mall only and that the uV wriptioo price by carries or gent ia 10 cents per week The yvening Post publishes six or more editions dally and the latest editfaa fa sent w j ry each reDder according to the time that it will reach theta 4The Evening Pot is first in everything and has the most SI oau unit Icemarket report lor all the people and against the gratt4r Independent always r For the Ufime mIlt HttEttfttg lint ouisviue KT C Special Price on Chart and Evening Post with this Paper r YOUR WILL should be cautiously guarded it should be placed beyond the reach of those who might be interested in its disappearance v These documents you know sometimes mysteriously vanish But they are al ways safe when deposited in our vault BANK OF HOPKINSVILLE Hopkinsville Ky Henru C Gant President J Ee McPherson Cashiers H Le McPtoon AssKasfiier ties 1 y OCTV19 19M i HOPJUNSVlLLfc NTUCKIANFAGJS FOUR 1 h j1 The Kentuckian Published Every Other Day TUESDAY THURSDAY and SATURDAY MORNINGS B- YCHASMMEACHAM Entered at the nopklturttle PostoAice as Second Class Mall Matter SUBSCIHPTI6N RATES ftulear nJO U 100- tr1rnMonths 50y tap Copies OS IdTertlalnjr Rates on Application 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET T = OCT 19 1907 11 d I DEMOCRATIC TICKET GcYcrnorS W HAOEB of Boyd UeatGorSOUTH TRIMBLE of Franklin AttyGen1J K HENDRICKof McCracKen Bapt Pub In tM O WINFREY of HelL Comr AgrJ W NEWMAN of Woodford AudltorHlL BOSWOBTH of Fayette ef7 StateH VREELAND of Jefferson TrewurerRUBV AFFOON of Hopkln Jerk Cr of ApJ CHENAULT Modlson U 8 Sonntr J C W BECliHAM TFORSICOUNC1LMEN First W rfE H Second Word Jno B Galbreath Third Wand M II Carroll FourtW WardLuclan H Davis Sixth WanlGcaE Randle I Seventh WardE H Armstrong Those who were sick o out of the city oft the regu Jar registration day can rE ister at the Court House Monday Tuesday and Wednesday Oct 28 29 and 30 rI- x The Weather For Kentucky Fair mud decided ly colder Saturday REPUBLICAN MISREPRE- SENTATIONj OF BECK HAMS PARDON j RECORD r k Owing to misrepresentation byReI puljlic n campaign sekersof the reI or i Governor Beckham in the matter of granting pardons to conj Dieted persons during the seven year- fie ilAS been chief executive don fit fgriraridentpurpose of making a r favorable for former Gov t Bradley Secretary Leigh of the State department has made an in spection of these records with the R following result Pardons of leJoiiies during the administration of Gov Bradley for wm forbears from 1895 to 1899 448 This includes several commutations of from death to life sentence parlous of felonies before trial detainedj11entering service immediately after i convictionPardons of felonies during the administration of Gov Beckham for nearly eight year from February 3rd 1900 to Oct 9th 1907 355 This includes several commuta tions from death to life sentence pardons felonies before trial and convicts who were detained through iii no fault of their own from entering service immediately after convic ti thin The statement of the Republican prcoa issued by Governor Bradley includes paroles to convicts These are granted by the State prison Commission composed of three meet n t cted by the general assembly and m over whose action the Governor ha no control whatever and who can spunk for themselves The list also includes the large number of remis siou a grunted by the Governor in th- r cases of Louisville Druggists con 1 ftttioners and others who were arranged t by Magistrate Hoffman o f that city for Sunday selling and which remissions were requested and approved by leading citizens of Louisville Tho list also includes the restorations to citizenship by the Governor The exact number o these has not yet been ascertained by the secretary from the records biit be says they will not be found s nearly so numerous as the record of f i the Republican Governor will show The records of the Bradley administration show that in the mat tor of restoration to citizenship they were granted largely in the cases of L negro exconvicts This record Secretary Leigh says shows the restoration of as many as seventeenI a negroes in a Single day The Beckhamg record shows that the Governor during his seven iyears of officeiv communicated to t life inprisonment the death ten r teI imposed in only five caioa TV fJ of the five wore negroes who hal no influence behind them and a third was declared insane by a court KBfF ilO 1 2e N Bad Blood la tho causo of all humors eruptions boils pImples scrofulous sores ocicma or salt rheum as well as of rhouma dam catarrh and other troubles Th greatest blood reiiiedy for all these troubles proved by its unequaled record of Cures la Hoods Sarsaparilla In usual liquid form or In chocolated tablets known as Saraatabo 100 doses 1 By a vote of to 72 the Grand lodge of Masons barrel liquor deal ors from membership in the future The number of dead as a result of the powder mill explosion at Fonta net Ind is placed at thirtyeight Two companies of state troops are on the scene and the town is under martial law The coronortof Vigo county is investigating the disaster The Glasgow Republican criticizes nGov Beckham for writirg one of his campaign letters to a colored Democrat at Cadiz named Price May referred to asa negro of questionable character From Republican standpoints any negro aquesr whoghimself a candidate for councilman in Madisonville but subsequently withdrew There is violentopposi Lion to negroes holding office in Hopkins county and the aspirations of Edmunds are bring made a local issue by the Democrats It was reserved for Morgan Chinn to discover the livest issue in the present somewhat listless1 campaign The disclosure from official records that Gus Willson is the attorney for the American Tobacco Company otherwise known asthe tobacco trustI is a body blow to Republican hopes this year He is not only a natural enemy of the people but is out of accordwith his own party that is liSt now engaged in a national pros oversGuseCol HUSBANDSI Fitting Tribute to Virtues Of a Native of Christian i Countyf The Paducah NewsDemocrat pays I this tribute to the late Col Husbands t that city- Lorenzo Dow Husbands was born December 18 1823 in Christian county where his father settled in 1805 When two years of age he moved with his parent s to Crittenden countysCol Husbands was a remarkable roan Vigorous in mind and body until his late illness he was vividly interested in everything Besides being well versed in his profession he was cultured in a general way and was a bright conversationalist In his older days he was fond of re Slating reminicences of earlier times and was familiar with history of pio neer Paducah He loved company and his home was a center of hospi tality of which he was the leading spiritFirm in his convictions he was at the same time liberal toward the views of others and could appreciates a good point in argument even if it was against him He always brought to every cause he championed a I splendid enthusiasm that kept thee ireanness and vigor of youth in his declining years evenI He took a pride in his belief superstitions of the Southland and was much interested in everything that hinted of mysticism He often tell cf how he never wouldI a new moon through tree believing that it would bring him- f bad luck To avoid any such possi bility he would have his old negroI valet who was in his many years to lead him to a clear space in the yard and tell him when it would be safe to look to be sure to see the smiling crescent without obstruction Then with childish be lief that it would be fulfilled the hoary headed and dignified judge I 1would make a wish He said it of ten proved a mascot in helping him to win many a difficult law case He was a man of magnificent ap pearance tall and straight as an ar row with a keen penetrating eye before which the law breaker quail ed but which was capable of the kindliest expression As a judge he was just and honorable as a ma he was gentle and lovable and his memory will be fondly cherished by I all fortunate enough to know him RELIEVED OFi1 SPIDER PACEoEurope It is harmless and is made from ordinary herbs If swallowed the medicine does the patient no I harm Dr Hartley is nota practic ing physician He lives on a farm near Paducah and heandh his son make a business of taking out can 1cers and tumors He says he has re moved 180 to 190 cancers in seven years making permanent cures in 95 per cent of the cases taken and has never had a patient to die under his treatment He exhibits certifi cates of two cures in CaldWell Coun ty One was the removal of a cancer from the chin of Mrs Mildred S Martin and the other one from the head of Mrs Kate Reed of Fre donia of eleven years growth Mr Richards cancer was what the Doctors called a spider cancer It had caused him much suffering He was out on the streets yesterday and expresses great gratitude to the man who has given him relief He 1says he will cheerfully answer in quiries from other sufferers arid recommend Dr Hartley unreservedly as being able to do all he claims LETTERS FROM Leading Citizens Commending Excellent Course It gives us no little pleasure to publish the following letters from some of our leading citizens bear ing on our next lyceum course The public can see at a glance the merit andthewe have had in four years We try to give a better series of entertainments each year and our next offering is by far the most pretentious that we have ever attempted Fvery number on the course this season is easily a leader in their different forms of amusement and the ex pense in bringing this superior list of artists is several hundred dollars more than we haveever contracted fur before Our eftorts have been kindly received and we will have the largest audiences this season in the history of the cabernacle The letter Judge Joe McCarroll enumer a es a few of the advantages of a scum course Mgr Tabernacle Co Dear Sir Replying to your request that I express my opinion of the course of entertainments to be given to Union Tabernacle this winter I beg to say that without professing to be an authority Quench matters the course lected is in my opinion one of the best if not the very best that could been secured It will certainly afforda great opportunity to those ofour readers who have ambition in tiQ direction of culture information or refinement to reap benefits which it would require a great deal of travel and money to obtain at first hands Our people should hasten to show their appreciation of the opportunity by subscribing liberally for season tickets which I see are sold at a mere nominal price Yours truly JOE McCARROLL From Rev H D Snith pastor of the Christian church we have the following letter which we appreci ate very much I My Dear SirI have seen the circular relating to your coming ly yourIj i entertaining I am sure it is all right and I shall take pleasure in approving your selections both privately and publicly Let me add that your capable management I of former courses has been no smallI public benefit and that you sympathetic interest in your efforts to give us another series of enter tainments which shall be at once morally sound and artistically excellent Respectfully H D SMITH We would like to impress upon parents the importance of getting tickets for their children they learn from these artists who have spent years and money perfecting them selves things not taught in text books and the influence is tho best I We close this article with a letter from Prof Hamlett Supt of the I city schools Mgr Tabernacle Lyceum Course City My Dear SirYour efforts to give our people a great course thne splendid talent you have secured These lyceum courses while afford ing the highest class of entertain r I 41Yab Yr YYIrM1lY IYI 1I 1 I WATCHES Iml tQ 1 4 II I 1 4 I t A WARM SUGGESTION 1 OUR TWENTIETH CENTURY P t LAURELA t I Mti I HEATERS f a4+ 0U i f U Are the warmest proposition you Q rv W p every tackled on a cold day Weaalso have a long line ofother heat 0erst ranges and cook stoves at cC- III prices to suit the purse styles to y 2 taste You are cordially Qvr fi- ii Iinvited to call and inspect our i various lines and compare prices before making your purchase II I WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEYi 1111 1111 k IJEWELRY ElrA- I UIIIIIlL Hl L ment are of very great educational I value If the publican afford en tertainment for their children at all they should certainly give them that I which is unquestionably purer and which affords the greatest pleasure and profit I commend the Lyceum Course most heartily and desire to that kits j faithful and efficient management for the courses I have attended with great pleasure the past two years and especially for the one arranged for the coming season I believe that I olio anticipating the best that you nova over been ablo to offer Yours very truly BARKSDALS HAMLETT A Radical Departure The most popular illustrated weeklies and monthlies are pro duced at enormous cost Competition for the work of the leading authors and illustrators has established a scale of expense that is almost prohibitive Yet in addition to its many attractive features The Chicago Sun day RecordHerald furnishes its I readers with a Sunday Magazine I which compares favorably with the everyjland illustrators contribute to it fine paper and press work and handy size make it a pleasure to read this whichjday journalism Known In Clarksville Hugh Miller aged 21 a nephew of J D Coleman of Clarksville was one of the victims of the Dupont Powder Mill explosion at Fontanet Ind He was a bookkeeper Soothes itching skin Heals cuts or 9urns without a scar Cures piles eczema salt rheum any itching Downs ointment Your druggist it Will Collins In Charge IWill Collins of this city has been placed in charge of the Cumberland Telephone exchange at Pembroke whoI ANNUAL VISIT Of Mr John J Kennedyat d Miss Winnifred Greenwood i The famous Comedian Mr Jon Kennedy and the beautiful artiste Miss Wihnefred Greenwood will make their annual visit to this city next week beginning Oct 21 with usual matinees- In connection with this strong dramatic organization a company of 9 big Vaudeville acts is carried including Chas and Minnie Borroughs the famous Comedy Duo Louise Hess greatest of all singing and dancing comediennes Baby Dot the cleverest child artiste now appear ing before the public Prof Halls marvelous Dogs and the highest price act ever carried by a stock or ganization Miller the Handcuff King and Jail Breaker who boasts that there is no jail built that can hold him Come and be convinced One lady will be admitted free if accompanied by one paid reserved seat 30 cent ticket purchased at the advance sale before y p m Monday Seats now on sale at The Anderson Fowler Drug COt Incorporated The Holy Bible Next Sunday night at the Catholic church the pastor will deliver a lecture on The Holy Bible This will be the first of a series of Sunday evening talks on questions moot ed among Christians The first lecture will be a histori cal review of the Bible with regard to its parts its canon its inspira tions and its language The aim of the pastor is to show that the Catho lic church holds a thoroughly ortho dox position on the Holy Scriptures and counsels her children to possess and to read them as the very word of God Lovers of truth who are desirous of ascertaining the real positions of the church on this point of doctrine are invited to be present Franks Last Night Collector E F Franks of Owens boro was billed for a Republican Speech at the Court House last night i 110 I Second Hand A MachIneryaI second hand machineryw for sale quick delivery 1 saw mill 1 grist mill 125 horse power station ery boiler 1 25 horse lengineshorse power Gieser i traetionl8horsepower I Eagle 14 horse power IntemationalGas r L oline used but two L months good as new 1 j thorseboiler 130 horse boiler on skidsgood condition 1 250 horse power high speed engine- Addressor call M HMCGREW Yl Cor IPhones Boys and Girls To Fill Positions yaeDottcashierstenographer telegrapher1or typist If so call or write us at once as we have placed all of our pupils and friends who have applied to us for help and are now in position to place you if you Heed our 1 help i V r y All to Cain and Nothing to LoseI at Foxs Business College Hopklnsvillo Ky HAMPTON FOX fauaier Comb phone 272 0 0 i U- C fr I 4BOPhSVILLrK NTlfKJ NObT 19 1907 PAGE FIVE un VI0 a II 1a I p It Is High Timerfit lt j i I l t 1vI ri t I I a II T Oil were discarding your last iSUmmers- tyt T Oxfords and getting your feet into some t good warm Winter shoes Shoe Leather is i11 cheaper than doctors bills We are show t f ing the most comprehensive and attractive E Jine of fair shoes in the market GKgfcCis r call No 3 South Main Streetr L 1 fIt Ct aIi r tiI W1RFIELDtc WEST SHOE QONIPANY f If INCORPORATED I tTHE EXCLUSIVE SHOE STOREV- l ylII d iIIIItlIIQ r Bloody Statistics The police statistics in St Peters burg regarding terrorism duringI the month of September ofIficialspersons were wounded in various af j frays Earthquake at Sea was1kecordedWinchester Bureau at Washington shortly after 9 oclock Thursday morning The American cable lines J 54P have received no reports of inter I ruption and the shock was probably caused by an underocean disturbance i rruIn Favor of Church Union Cleveland OJOct 6The re twentyI wasihere tonight The committee is unanimous in its report favoring the proposed amalgamation of the Congregationalists Methodist Pro testants and United Brethren I I suffered habitually from constipation Doahs Regulets relieved and strengthened the Bowels so that they have been regular eve- rsinceA E Davis grocer Sul phur Springs Tex I rScared to Her Death Frightened by her sister who entered her room at midnight with- a sheet wrapped about her Clar O good living near Ashland jumped from a secondstory window break ing her neck in the fall and dying al most instantly One Hundred Dollars Reward On or about the fourth of December 1906 I had 6 fat hogs stolen from my hog pen I will give one hundred 10000 dollars reward for the apprehension and conviction of the person or persons who com mitted this robberyJ CLARDY LANDMARKDEMOLISHED Rock Bridge Blown to pieces With Dynamite The keystones of the old doublet arch stone bridge on North Main street were destroyed Thursda- morning with a bigyexplosion of dynamite The center pier is to be removed I from the bed of the river and a suspension iron bridge 90 feet lon will take the place of the old narrow turtleback stone bridge which was too narrow for vehicles to meet upon it and was placed diagonally across the stream for some reason not knownThe bridge was erected in 1858 while A D Rodgers Sr was county judge and at that time the coun ty paid for the bridge The new one will be broad eribugh for vehi cles to meet and will have footbridges on both sides It will be a handsome and modern structur- costing about 3300 for the masonryicity of is paying for the structure The bridge is to be ready for use by Nov 16 Hanbery at Eddyville The state campaign committee has announcedan appointment for Hon J T Hanbery of this city to speak at Eddyville Monday Oct 28 at 1- PI11 Cures all Kidney Bladder an alal druggists or two months treatment bymail for 1 Dr E W Hall 2926 Olive street St Louis Mo Send for Kentucky testimonials Princetonian Killed Princeton Ky Oct 16The body of Lyon Edwards the conductor killed Sunday at Topeka iKas arrived here today and was buried in the city cemetery Ed wards was born and reared in this city and leaves a son who lives here A brother Ernest Edwards lives in Louisville s OiE e JP Do You Need 1 t e 3 l e lo Comforts Blankets i P p SPLENDID WOOL BLANKETS t 9 Grey and Red Plaids 104eLarge Size 1t 4 Worth 350 at 4 Worth 400 at i i1 275 f 325tti ti I i i ItC T IFinest Good Size A4 iI i Pure Wool Blankets IIPaTy Cotton IWorth 500 and 600 at Filled Comfortsi C 425- t A FOfl 00 41 r I f 1011 jt FineFinest i t Silk Cotton Silkolitie Cotton c Filled Cotfiforts 4 Filled Comforts i a- At 1 I IT At 200 I 4 r 3 1 ti J H ANDERSON I COMPANY II fato bij 1 1p Wjtfto i THE GREAT TOBACCO TRUST tContlnncd from Pint Paitot and has been for years the hired theyas denced by the records in the office of the clerk of the court of appeals nngof the record in the case of the Pitts burg Cincinnati Chicago and St Louis Railroad Conpany against the American Tobacco Company which was an appeal from the Jeff erson circuit court involving the sum of 112590 that the American Tobacco Company recovered from this railraad company in the lower court for the loss by fire of a car of tobacco that they had consigned to Chicago over the lines of the Pitts Stewhileecar was yards of the railroad company in the city of Louis ville the tobacco the property of the American Tobacco Company was de stroyed in some way by fire The American Tobacco Companythrough their attorney Augustus EWillson instituted suit in the Jefferson cir cuit common pleas second division and filed his petition for the said tobacco company on the 18th day of April 1905 and upon the 4th day of judgdfor the amount claimed 112590 from which judgment there was prosecuted by the railroad company an appeal from the Jefferson circuit court to the court of appeals where Mr Willson again appears of record as attorney for the American To bacco Company and filed his brief ondthe lower court was affirmed by the court of appeals on Oct 10th 1907 We do not mean to deny Mr Willson the right to represent the tobacco trust as an attorney as that is his privilege but it is also the privilege of the people of Kentucky who are of the opinion that he would not make a good fair and impartial governor on account of his employ votetagainstand if I know anything about the temperament of this people you will most assuredly repudiate this man who is tied to the body of a living death and willing to scrape the clothes from the backs of your chil dren by upholding the hands of this trust that is now in a criminal com bination in restraint of trade in vio lation of your rights and in viola tion of the laws of the state and na tion and who tfy reason of this em ployment regards the Society of Equity as an organized mob and its members marauders LARGE CROWD Spending This Week in Camp On Little River Near Cadiz A large crowd from CadizGracey Hopkinsville and other points are in camp near the residence of Claud Wadlington several miles above here on Little river where they ex pect to remain about ten days fish ing Those in the party are Will M Hancock H W Tibbs Robt M Wooldridge HopkinsvilleJack Wall Zan Tribble Tandy Wadlington Thos Thomas Gus Moore Henry Steele Gracey J P Watson Jim Gaines Montgomery Joe H Hop- I son T H Fuqua Canton Col Ford New York Prentice Thomas Blair Alexander Wallace Hancock Henry Lawrence Harper Boyd Drs Homer Diane Maury Anderson Lacy Hopson Cadiz A number of these will only spend a part of the time in campRecord RALLY AT PROVIDENCE Tobacco People Will Have Speaking in Webster Arrangements have been com pleted for the big tobacco meeting at Providence Oct 19th Joel B Fort has signified his intention to be p resent and a number of good speakers from all over this end of the laborIing Equity farmers and the D T A farmers ProvidenceIover this end of the state The meeting is not for the pur pose of securing now members as the books for 1907 have been definitely and finally closed KENTUCKY MASONS Elect Henry Barrett of Hen derson Grand Master LouisvilleKyOct 16ThQ Grand Lodge of Kentucky Masons elected officers today as follows Grand Master Henry Barrett Henderson Deputy fcrand Master Virgil Smith Somerset Grand Sen4 ior Warden John Cowles Louisville Grand Junior Wrrderi RRBurnam Richmond Grand Treasurer Joha H Leathers Grand Secretary H B Grant Cheapest accident insuranceDrT- homas Electric Oil Stops the pain and heals the wolfed All drug gists sell it f Prices Will Be Higher It is evident that the farmers are expecting and will demand a higher price for tobacco than was received last year In the first place the loose agents are offering more in the barn the farmer who has to pay the cost of prizing must add to that price Then the crop is a better one which makes it worth more and then it is a short one and demands more and lastly the farmers have to pay higher wages which makes the cost of growing the crop more Therefore there is no doubt but that the buyer expects to pay more and will have it to do to get the goodsClarksville LeafChronicle l 30THOUSANDTELEGRAPHERS newHIfn Salaries increased DRAUGHONSfPRACTICALBUSINESS EvansvillePaducab and St Louis tf Telegraphy students brspecial arrangement use rn11road wtres Draughons Co home office Nasl vlllo Term has 30 Colleges In states 3000007 1 00 capital 8000 students annually success BUSINESS men say 18tTHE BEST THREE months studylnffBook keeping or Shorthand by DraaKhons COl b RIGHTED methods equals SIX elsewhere DrauKhon also has 3000 students leomtoc BY MAIL Write for prices on Home study POSITIONS secured or money bade Qatalogue FREE PublicSale I will on Thursday Oct 24 1907 on the Dan Settle farm on the Cox Mill roadtwo miles south of Hop ville Offer for sale all of my household and kitchen furinture also all my farming implements enough to operate a firstclass farm including Binder mower rakeDisc cultivator roller harrows corn harvester turning plows shovels etc Also two jersey cows six head mules ten head horses two thoroughbred mares with foal by Herbert two thoroughbred yearling fillies some ood family and 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diamonds from an unknown admlrer cord to a Portland correspondent of the Seattle Times Itwas taken to the home of R R Dingle where the little girl Is stopping on Saturday by a Jewelry store employe There was no note of c planation no signature telling wh was the sender of so magnificent gift merely the words From a Portland admirer Little Ethel Johnson saved twx lives In the Columbia disaster She rescued her child companion Efflo Gordon and held her above water until take aboard a life boattWhile struggling with her compabX Ion a man who could scarcely swim was also saved by her He seized hold upon her and was also held above the water by her childish efforts Perhaps this man sent the present John Knox Prophet John Knox the reformer would seem to have possessed In no ordinary degree the spirit of prediction and to have foretold with accuracy not only certain remarkable events of public importance but also the ultimate fate of certain individuals Thus when con demned to the galleys at Mochelle betook his sentence with the greatest composure merely remarking that In spite of It he would within two or three years preach the Gospel In St Giles Edinburgh This prediction most improbable of accomplishment at the time It was uttered was afterwards literally fulfilled Knox ed with accuracy the deaths of Thuiuas Huitlaud and Kirkcaldy of Grange and solemnly warned the regent Murray not to go on to Llnllth gow as If he did so he would there meet his death The regent disregarded thoj warning and did meet with the fate of which Knox had forewarned him Exchange 1 Doing usiness AgainI When myfrIends thought I was about to take leave of this world on account of indigestion nervousness and general debility writes A kIChisholm Treadwell N Yandwhen it looked as if there was no hope left I was persuaded to try Electric Bitters and I rejoice to say that they are curing me I am now doing business again as of old andI am still gaining daily Eest tonic medicine on earth Guaranteed by R C 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Corsica res cuoa the young h lieutenant Ed ward Gerard Anstruther and his CorsI can bride ilarlnrf daughter of the Paollo from the murderous vendetta understanding that hIs reward Is to be the hand of the girl he loves Enid An struther sister of the English lieutenant The four fly from Ajacclo to Marseilles on board the French steamer Constan tine The vendetta pursues and as the quartet are about to board the train for London at Marseilles Marina Is handed a mysterious note which causes her to collapse and necessitates a postponement of the Journex t I CHAPTER IIBarnes gets part of tW my note and receives letters bythedetective and plans to beat the vendetta at their own game For the purpose Bt securing the safety of the womenf8arnes J arranges to have Lady Chartrls IeasdHa secluded villa at NIce to which the party 13 to be taken in a yacht CHAPTER IILSusplclon Is created i that Marina is In league with the Corsicans A man believed to be Correglo Da nella is seen passing the house and Mari na is thought to have given him a sign She refuses to explain to Barnes which 1 1Iftact adds to his latent suspicions CHAPTER IV Barnes plans for the safety of the party are learned by the Corsicans The carriage carrying their party to the local landing is followed by two men are suppose to be Correglo and they try to murder tho American The cook on the yachta FrenchmanIs suspectedCHAPTER VThe yacht Is followed by a small boat The cook Is detected giving signals to the boat Barnes attempts t to throw him overboard but Is uroventcd by Marina and Enid CHAPTER YIThe cook is found tc be Innocent of tho supposed plot and is forgiven Tho party arrive at Nice and daughtervtBarnes money Barnes is amazed to find that Count Corregio is at Nice and is acting the role of admirer to Lady Chartrls CHAPTER VII Barnes and Enid J make arrangements for their marriage CHAPTER VIIIThe net tightens about Barnes He receives a note from La Belle Blackwood an American ad ErqoryhiliCorsIcans He learns that th man sup posed to be Correglo who followed the party on their way to tho boat was Sail cetlj a nephew of the count and that Count Corregio had been In Nice for some time prior to the partys arrival The count warns Barnes not to marry iEnid unless he ult1 have her also in in the murderous feud CHAPTER IX Barnes and Enid are married Soon afterward the bride die appears Barnes discovers she has been kidnaped and taken to Corsica q CHAPTER XThe groom secures a fishing vessel and is about to start in pursuit of his brides captors when he hears a scream from the villa and rushes back to hear that Anstruthers wife Marina is also missing Barnes is compelled to depart for Corsica without delay and so he leaves the search for Marina to her husband while he goes to hunt for Enid Just before Barnes boat lands on Cor slcas shore Marina is discovered hiding in a corner of tho vessel She explains i her action by saying she has come help Barnes to rescue his wife from thet Corsicans CHAPTER XI When Barnes and Ma rina arrive in Corsica he Is given a note written by Enid Informing him that the kidnaping Is for the purpose of entrap j ping Barnes so the vendetta may kill i him CHAPTER XIJ Barnes and Marina i have unusual adventures in their search for Enid They come In sight of her and her captors In tho Coralcan mountain seekMj a hermitage and there to then amaze ment they discover Toraasso the foster father of Marina who was supposed to have been killed by De Belloos soldiers and for whose death Earned had been vendottaed Bui aa they near tie summit or tl1eI mountain darkness comes also blinding mist cold with the chill of weltln snow descends upon them landenveloplnk them with a fleecy sheen the rocks and lichens about the path are shrouded from their gaze They are above the timber line and the great bare granite blocks bruise Marinas tender feet as they stumble among them Tho girl lays her hand upon her companions arm We may reach tho pantsouton the other side is impossible without daylight t 1 remember answers Burton I havo passed down it hunting moufflon Then he takes off his hunting coat and places it carefully oyer the delicate shoulders of his fragile companion already shivering in her light summer garment under the Icy t mist about her I am thinking of some shelter for you for we must pass the night upon the mountain he says tenderly then asks anxiously Do you know one YOS she replies her teeth chat tering if we can reach It in this storm Tho Uttlo chalet where poor old L Tomasso sometimes took me when he brought me hero as a child to pluck the flowers of tho mountain With this she turns abruptly to the left and Barnes following her they struggle up a couloir filled with mas 1slve boulders but nearing the summit I mist becomeo colder the wind 1sbarper and the gloom more deep Surf rounded as they are by frightful precipices this is appalling Ive lost my Way mutters Marina Mr Toke low wIth faintness but a tIT moment after she cries Ah see tnO granite cliff Follow its wall The cabin is beneath it But beware beyond the cabin there is a very deep crevice Tho wind howls about them The night is oven blacker but keeping the sheen of the cliff close at his loft Barnes stumbles over the granite slabs almost carrying the exhausted girl Finally compelled by the howl ing of the wind ho calls Into her ear Courage I see the hut Thank God someone has a fire inside it Perhaps it is made by the awful bandits the Rochlnl and Romano who l murder so many poor travellers shudders Marina But undeterred by this using the light as a beacon her escort rapldly approaches the open door of the little cabin from which issues a cheerful I gleam I Suddenly they pause for a deep tone issues threateningly from its interior Hola if you are gendarmes beware of me Madre mia gasps Marina with a low scream that voice Bandit or no bandit you shall give us warmth and shelter calls Barnes j In answer Then he too stands astounded as from the rough doorj strides a man and outlined by the flickering blazes and surrounded by the mists of the mountains is a face that makes Marina tremble and shrink Holy Mother of God a ghostlFor it Is the countenance of her foster father old Tomasso Monaldl whom everyone had thought dead from the night of her wedding But now the goblin recognizes her it cries Marina I daughter of my heart you have come to succor your poor old hunted down Tomasso and sinking on his knees it catches half fainting girls hand and kisses itI reverentlyti You alive dear old Tpmasso Im possible half shudders half sobs the girl sinking down beside the spirit and looking into his deep dark eyes that gleam so loVingly upon her Two weeks ago on the morning of the tragedy De Bellocs soldiers reported to that Officer In my presence that theyd killed you says Barnes Impressively Bah I sneers the ghost the sergeant I suppose told his officer they shot me The soldiers fired It was easier for me to fall down behind a granite boulder than stand up and let them shoot again though it was the darkness of the early morning Then I came up on the mountain here and fearing the soldiers would again pur sue me I have been a hermit de scending at night to the lower valleysI to garner chickens and steal Holy smoke grins the American heres the fellow for whose death they have vendettaed me alive and talkingICHAPTER XIIIIGlorious Bandits The storm fairly howls about them I but Marina forgets it as Tomasso halfIsobs Your coming here dear tress shows you forgive me for the j killing of the Englishman your hus band the one who murdered An i tonic in the duel and the flickering light revealing Barnes face he ex claims The American who saw your brother slain Ah now you agree with me this accursed Anstruther5 death was just Thank God you dIdnt murder him cries the girl Your stiletto en heart of Musio Danolla who death for his lies1 j Ideserved poor Musso Danella the old Corsican Then he NoIthrough the curtains Twas the groan of Musso Dan ella answers Marina That you killed the right man proves my husband Innocent Twas the hand of God directed you The girls voice is very reverentThen if it was the hand of God Danellas death Is sure proof your husband killed not Antonio says To masso solemnly making the sign of the cross but again breaks forth No npthe proofs Musso gave to both you and me made us believe this Anstruthor your spouse shot your brother The things he held up to our very eyes Were the property of anothi acttonIEgyptian guns at Alexandria Do you think Id live in the arms of a man with my brothers blood upon him 7 cries tho young wife fervidly nlsbIdies of cold Oh my heart is warm enough with joy at seeing Toraaeso live to make me forget the icy wind and the en thusiastic girl kisses tho rugged taco of her old servitor Nevertheless I have not forgotten supper suggests the commonsense American and half drags Marina into the cabin Eating first and affection afterward Here as they warm themselves be fore the fire Tpmasso remarks I 1 =lInn Jit3t K offer yon dear mieireos Ysome dried sheeps APah Pliht hunger is nothing You are alive doer old TomaHso repent this girl at he regain mumbles her hand Still tho young ladys eyes soem happier when Barnes opening his havoraaclc throws out cans of preserved moats potted chicken and tinned biscuits also tea and coffee and tin cups and plates Those being followed by a box of cigars the American omits a snor Lobosist S Immediately all together they go to- W6rk to make a mountain supper Soon after as they eat Barnes re marks This Is a mighty curious co incidence Do you know old Tomasso that Snllcetl the young politician youdaughterr detta against me for putting tho troop on your track and getting you shot to deathA vendetta against you Well it was his duty seeing he is to marry my j dWereturnse way l1echubktes r what Rochihi and Romano wanted mo to i yoiiThose s MarinaWhat makes you think that Mon ldtusks Barnes surprise upon his faceWell this Rochlnl and his mate have been run out of Rotondo the farmers there having gottlred of their f sheep disappearing too rapidly and have come over to this mountain To day these two approached me some four hours ago and said Brother bandit out of a Job join us A rues senger has been sent ahead and we lpakevotesicano down in the vale toward Gu agno Hum then you did not accept re marks Barnes lighting his cigar- I am not quite bandit enough to shoot a man I have never heard of be proudlyIgold with him cried Rochinl Foreigners always have gold said Roma no and the two went on their way They are down the valley now That is not all of it says Barn s earnestly Your loved mistress life is in danger too Not by those or any other me- i while I Tomasso am alive answer the old man savagely INo but by CIprIano Danella Mu and the scareyed young man Mussos nephew Oh yes I know them both The they threaten her The old Cor sican gazes with love and reverence upon the being he adores Threaten n herthese dictively people he exclaims vie Yes because your stiletto kills Musso they say she plotted with you for his murder so as to save her hUs- band remarks Barnes puffing his cigar What when she shrieked to me not to strike through the curtain Ah but I have something to say to Mus sos relatives And my friend Sallceti whom I once voted for who is to marry my Etherla If he is with them I will have a word with Sallcetl and should he not prove pliable Ethe ria must get another for husband Girls should not marry corpses and Saliceti will be dead As if the mat j Certainly I Am Refreshed Another Cup of Tea and I Will Go with You ter Is ended old Monaldl fills a bat tered cherrywood pipe with the strong bitter native tobacco of the island lights It and goes to puffing content edly Neither of the Danellas is in Cor slca remarks s Barnes Tho danger will come to your mistress when she returns to her husband on tho French mainland But Sallcetl has abducted my wife and brought hor ltofeao that I following him shall come to my death in Bocognano Pah nothing will coma to your wife tonight says old Monaldl Girls picking wild strawberries were talk- Ing that the day after tomorrow the people vote They have a meeting this evening in Bocognano I listened from behind a rock and heard them But Barnes Itt not so easy about his captured bride ho steps out of the cabin and finds the wind has died away the mist has cleared with the rapidity usual to mountain storms He steps in and says anxiously to Marina The evening is very clear You know my anguish do you think yDu have strength to venture down the heights assisted by Tomasso and mo and enter jourpwn jflllaseTi ICertainly I I am rerresned Antnii cup of tea and I will go with you erica the sir BO eagerly that Dame puts grateful eyes upon her for heI knows It Ig her spirit more ia her Strength that produces her ascent to further Journey They are making hurried propara tlons to leave the cabin Barnos is bonding over tho fire browing Ma rluas their guns and even tho IAmericans revolvers are lying in their I j belt on the pile ot boughs near the on trance Tomasso is saying Will I not astonish the men whO swore a vendetta against you for my doathl I who am alive anfl and when sud denly Tomasso stops There Is a rat the in lies throat that causes Barnes to J look hurriedly up Marina has retreated I to the corner of the cabin and Mon aldls eyes are full of horror 1Just across the fire from him stand mountaIneers Rough un brawnyIf hands and stilettos in their belts One theothereyes of both iartshlningmalevolently in the blaiq Corp dl dlavolo this is a rare catch you have made hermit bandit whoso rhobiggerI i i declaredwereI halted for and missed in the vale be lowI you are Roctitnl and Romano I from your speech gentlemen I says Barnes quietly 1 Aye that we are And who Is this woman of the beautiful eyes Hand thy captives over to us hermit bandit Divide your spoils with us and we will save you the trouble of cutting the mans throat Jeers the slighter mis creant As for the woman the fire tells mo she Is very lovely both as to limbs and face and I have a better use for her guffaws the bigger man 1And never was Marina more beauti ful She confronts the ruffians with undaunted mien and says command ingly Fellows dare to lay your- I hands on me and the whole of Bocog nano will hunt you down The Bella coscia will destroy you I am Marina Paoli girlI Now we will show her that CorsIcan- r kisses are as good as those of this AmerIcana Assmonsters Tomas upliftedsI In a second the old man will be dead girlri turning in appeal to the American se iwith astonishment that ho makes no move to aid her but is abjectly squirm Iin toward the cnbln door Suddenly sighII running timidly away flying out of thq oilIHe has the gold After him cries Rochinl I Well knife him In a minute yells Romano and the two cocking their guns fly after the dastard Amerlcrfpf j But as they reach the door the mo ment their athletic forms are outlined by the blaze of the fire two quick hacp pistol reports come from the outside and Rochlnl and Romano without even a cry fall to the earthj inert and dead The smoke of Barnes revolvers issues from thorn as he quietly reenters and says apologetically I knew I wouldnt have time to grab my guns and shoot before theyd knife me so I imitated tho trick of Jerry the Den ver barkeeper and ran away till 1 could got my weapons ready A Jtiomeht later he says Como and taking Marina carefully In his arms whispers Turn your face from theniand steps over the dead men lying tn tho entrance of tho cabin Behind him Tomasso following car rylng the Americans rifle Is saying Oh you will bo worshiped in this commute for this So many poor men pooridevilsIothers- srRt Barnes stops over the dead mn lying In the entrance of the cabin he suddenly says By heaven hero are more of them I puts Marina down and would draw his revolvers were he net seized by threq athletic young follows who rise silently from the shadow about them A clear commanding voice remarks No more of Rochlni and his fellows You have s ed us tho trouble of their killing Wo are the Bcllacoscla Your pistols sir Tjer have relieved us of wereIon the henr rj name of bandit And Ton o Is crying Antonio bearingrcabin fallow eight stalwart young monall army as ho Is But this you men fear tho super natural and ltd back their eyes gleaming and no shuddersII Tis the ghost of ti vloqaldl killed by Do Bellocs troops two weeks ago For a moment they Auld retreat but their leader laughs at them Tis flesh and blood that I kissing my handt And old Tom i TO says You know how well tho troopers shoot Do you thinly theyd hit a man at 200 yards hiding behind a rock in tho gloom ot the morning TO 1 CONTINUED rr Rent New cothJIn Fast Ninth street J F ELLIS l There Isa ri4r rr I Controversy f- IIlli i l- di c w c if t E j Going on between the exponents of Hot Air Hot Water and Steami Heating Apparatus Doubtless it will continue to go on without final settlement because each systemb has its advantages there is how ever no argument that will con i I 1 vince hundreds of people whoaie now using J Radiant 1 Home Stoves r that some other kind is just as good We have all sizes in stocklj ra t Planters Hardware Co Incorporated SteoI Hoplclnsvlll Kentucky 1 On the first and third Tuesdays of each mon- thRound Trip Tickets will be sold via the Cotton Belt Route to points in Arkansas Louisiana Texas Oklahoma and Indian Territory at very low rat- esReturn Limit 30 Days Stop Overse 4 allowed both going and returning The Cotton Belt operates two trains a day from Memphis to the southwest equipped with through chair cars parlor cafe cars and sleepers Trains from all parts of the isoutheast make direct connections at Memphis with the Cotton Belt trains to the southwest The route is through the finest section of the southwest Ask your ticket agent to route you by the Cotton For full details cf schedule and hand Beltjsomely illustrated pamphlets wrCe L C BARRY Traveling Passenger 82J Todd Bldg Louisville Ky m Whre Health and Pleasure May ho Fo ilild Dawson Springe Kentucky HOTEL ARCADt j The waters are world wide in the celebrity y 1e Hoet with a capacity to take care of 200 people is situated on the Kentucky Division of the I C R R about 200 ieet from the rail road station surrounded by a beautiful maple grove The old chalybeate well is in the yard and the celebrated salts wel r about 100 yards from the Hotel The wells are owned by the = a Hotel Arcadia and the gusts of the Hjtel have free access to them An Italian Band will be in attendance during the entire season RATES 2 per Day X10 per Week 35 per Month Children 10 years and under 5 per week Nurses and Maids 1 per day For further particulars apply to N M Holman Co HOTEL ARCADIA Dawson Springs Ky aW VI 1 tAGE EIGHT HOPKINSVILLE1KENTUCKY OCT 19 1907 I1 VEEL8EWEAi HAD A DIP I- NKRCSO DID YOU EVER TRY IT ON YOUR STOCK k Nothing like it to put them In good condition free them from insect parasites and pro tect them from contagious dia cases KRESO DIP KILLS LICE TICKS 6crnSida Dlsius Dots CStan 9f and Purify p I DH At en Her es cattle Sheep Swine Doffs Coats cod Poa1tryJ FOR BALI t- 1YAndersonFow1er Drug CoI Incorporatedr jj 1 91 thlcti- csj1dt1tt1t1ttTr The plucky little Madisonville High School boys are willing to play the S K C team of this city The Hustler says The college team has asked for a date and if details can be complet ed they will be brought to this city Now that the local boys have had the experience of a hard game they will develop wonderfully and if the ame can be arranged for they will go in to win and will come out vic toriousThe Second S K C team will play the Madisonville High School team Madisonville today The S W P Uteam of Clarks yule will be here today to play a game with the S K C football team on the college gridiron The game 1 will be called at 230 p m The Clarksville bunch are heavyweights averaging a good deal heavier than the locals but the game will be one y of skill and not of strength and the college boys are confident of victory Tickets are 50 cents and can be had at AndersonFowler Cos o The Hopkinsville High School team will go to Paducah today to play the Paducah High School en thEir own gridiron This team is con stantly improving and has attained a degree of efficiency that makes them r formidable even in contests with heavier teams The Paducah boys are liable to be given a surprise The Folly of Fat Easily Overcome r Knollyslender Mar 1garet Knolly you pleaae lacy of the Bijou r astonishedway the other day by presenting to willowy to say fat outlines with which she gaily sailed away to new triumphs and foreign shores last January I After a good deal of diplomatic eros examination fi om interested fat acquaintances the secret was cau d tiously whispered to a few dear everybody I ercise nor fasting nor sea air nor thatI1 Margaret no none of these noth ing but a simple mixture which all druggists are familiar with towitFounce Fluid Extract Cascara Aro matic and three and onehalf ounces of S ru Simplex Grown folks net d a teaspoonful after meals and tf4 at bedtime explained the now slender Margaret It is simply votderful It takes off the fat quick y Wm ly as much as a pound a day and ltep3 it off You can eat what vet Jik too In that respect it is unlike- nrvtUn of the kind I overheard of splendidfwill not cause wrinkles I think it is ffim about as essential a toilet article for the woman who is fat and wants to J m get thinner as face powder In order t to set the best results however you t should buy the Marmola in the orig inal package and mix it in with the M other two ingredients after you get hone speed A Munich firm Jjus just run a loco motive and trala weighing 288 tons from Muiuoh to A3T fcur at an aver af spaed of 81 rnhes an hour VSI A FJ n v- fctofe l G If2 iot2 ioRtS IiJ Q 1mhAMiss Carlotta Gregory is visiting Miss Mabel Oldham in Elkton 1 Miss Willie Harned is visiting friends in Clarksville this week Miss Nannie Walker has returned from a visit to Lynchburg Va Mrs F C Gephar Jias returnedIfrom a visit to relatives ville The marriage of Mr Edward Stanley Long to Miss Sarah Beverly of Hendersonwill take place Nov Mr J WPeach and family have gone to Seattle Wash to make their home I Mrs J P Hunter and Miss Louise Hunter have moved to Hopkinsvifte to resideElkton Times daughterMrshpme after visiting friends and rela in Paris Winchester and Mt ttoOctober 9th and 10th A large delegation of Gracey peo ple came up Wednesday night to at tend the play at the opsra house In the party were Mesdames B W Cowherd J P Meacham C J Wadlington Lander Meacham H WatkinsJohn GainesCarden Coleman Misses Allice Coleman and Claudie Shoul ders and Messrs C S Coleman andColonel s Passion Play The beautiful Passion Pla pic ture the Life of Christ at Star The atre commencing Monday OrtSS- ix daysand six nights VITTI WINCHESTER One Young Man Wounds Another Near Pee pee Three young men left Pee Dee Wedsesday afternoon for their homes and while passing along the road near Binns Mill oneof them Arthur l4cGowanGowan was hit in the right hip the wound being painful but not dangerous The other young man was named Billy ThCJmas and was the only witness to the trouble and he is unable to throw much light on it There WR a m ore or loss whiskey in the crowd and itis doubt ful if the parties in the trouble can themselves tell how it occurred McGowan the wounded man is 25 years old and married For Sale or Rent All real estate belonging to the osatte of James D Ware such as farms factories warehouses dwell ings etc will bo sold or rented at once For full particulars call on or address the undersigned or Douglass Bell at Hopkinsville Ky E B LONG Exr HERE AND THERE Dra Oldham Osteopaths 706 Clay St Hopkiiwvllle KyI Always keep a bottle of I HARPER whiskey in sight Good to look at and good to taste more a beneftt to your health Sod by W R Loft Hop kinsville Ky Wm Griffith col died Wednes hay night at his home on First street after an operation for appendicitis He was S5 years old d The young ladies of B Female College are preparing to resume the publication of their college paper The Kalczetic Chimes The Cadiz Record saysfhe 1470 hogsheads of tobacco 8tQr a in the Cadiz warehouse have beensold by Manager Wallace Hancock IThe Dering Frank Lumber Co held a meeting of the stockholders iVednesday and elected W L Cor telyou of Connersville ill superintendent and R E Lewis secretary and treasurer Mr E Bartlett and family will leave Hopkinsville The Hidden Hand waS witnes- ed by a big crowd Wednesday night The drama is based on Mrs worths old story of that title b had been touched up with Tnodern slang handed out by Capittila madcap heroine Miss Maude JWKane as Wool the negr and Miss Edith McCollum as Pit pat the negro girl were the come dians of the play II MONEY BACK On all Cash Tickets D- atedSEPT I frr f wt Bring them in fern Thursday Oct 3 to Thursday Oct 17 in elusive after Oct 19 are worthless One days cash sales for October will bec given away e ticket with all cash purchases W T COOPER 6 CO- p Wholesala andRetail Gro- cersspicE sLR teaKind The Kindsv You Need Fo- rPICKLING =AND M AKINGflJj CATCHUP The Very Best and Highest fQuality in 5 centJPackages tOOK BIGGINS 1 BALLOONs vCONTEXST St Louis Will Have a Big Week Of Aerial- Navigationo 4ma A L n ALL SORTS OF AIRSHIPS A Beginning Monday There WM Be Contests Pulled Off EvenrDay St Louis Oct 18St Louis is busily preparing for what she ex pects to be the greatest week in the history of the international Aero nautic Federation a week which is to open Monday Oct 21 at sunset Gordonscup of which will be filled with contests balloonsutevery scription Americansrone Monaone German teams leading off Where they will land can only be conjectured Griffith Brewer and the Hon theimap en by other aeronauts who have as cended from St Louis and decided that the race probably would be off toward the northwest and the prevailing winds are in that direction The one going the greatest distance will win the cup won last year in France by Lieut Lahm On Tuesday while the international balloon competition is still in prog the races for gasless flying machines and heavier than air vehicles for the Scientific Americancup will tukt place There are eight entries- in these contests and the competitors will be required to traverse a triangular course about one mile in length The following day dirigible bal loons will be the center of attraction the seven contestants in this class being required to cover a mile course the shape ofwhich will be announced just before the start Three entries in the aeroplane class will be allotted the next day The dates set for the are subject to chapge if the istbe taken up with the antics of the strangest and most numerous assortment of air crafts ever gathered in one place Enter Business College And secure a position A gocd is ready for every one who is ready for it Address Busiruss University at Buwling Green Ky Constitutional Amendment The last Legislature passed qn act submitting an amendment to sec tion 145 of the Kentucky Constitution relating to suffrage and elections disqualifying a class of voters as- ollows see Acts Kentucky Legisla ure 1906 pp 3034 5 Persons who have not at least days before the election at they offer to vote paid in full all State county municipal district and school taxes due by them for the year previous to the one in which they offer to vote Under the provisions of the Con stitution this amendment will have to be ratified by a majority of the voters of the state voting thereon before it becomes infect an amendment to the Constitution- Mr Willson in his speech here took position against this very just and badly needed amendment He would people who refuse to pay their just proportion of thetaxes controlling public affairs even to voting bonded debts upon people who do pay The Kentuck ian is in favor of the amendment We do not believe a man who beats the state out of taxes should have any right to vote A vote for Willson is a vote for a man who favors government by those who would repudiate just obligations to the State Can such a man be trusted Deadly New York Streets There is an average of one child killed every three days in New York city by being run over by vehicles DhAUGHONS Chain of Thirty Business IColleges Prof Jno F Draughon presi dent of Draughons chain of thirty colleges located in seventeen states Evansvllle Paducah 1t Louis etc recently purchased the Sponcerian Lbnoestablished in the United State Draughons Company is incorporated 30000000 capital It recent ly paid20 per cent dividend About eight thousand students attend Draughons colleges annually i Shave Heads of Schoolboyai It is the fashion in France fox shavedoff THEI- NCANDESCENT I SECOND STROKE Of Paralysis Causes Death In Few lIoursiAlexander Woody died atr8 asylum yesterday morning of Par alysis Mr Woody who was a farmer of Crittenden I countysuffered a stroke of paralysis about two years RecentlyI r three weeks ago for treatment On Thursday he suffered another stroke and died in fifteen hours He was 63 years old and leaves a family One of his sons T J Woody came here yesterday and accompanied the remains to Marion night The interment will take place at Repton today St Clair I 1 I I I fItburn slack as well as lump coal The cut above shows the sectional fire pot with sottfd linings an entirely new feature in heating stoves All grades of soft and also slack coal can be burned in this firt pot without smoke or soot For sale By W A PPOQL SON I I LIFES I TURNING POINT IT he opening of nk- I account has been the turning point in the cref I 1 many a successful man The first deposit is an incentive to make the second the third and so on until your visits to the bank soon become a habit THIS BANK PAYS SCENT INTEREST r T q H nh = ===w w 1f 4 I Two Gold Fish One Fish Globe ALL One Box Fish Food FOR One Stem Sea Moss 30Lot of 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