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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t I c opkinsville K ntuckiari i iyo XXX HOPKINSVILLEKENTUCKY TUESDAY MARCH 101908Tr ont I I u j J r VEILS OF EVERY KIND tf In Our New f tt 1 MIllinery it t r 1 Departmentt tj w f rf = We have just reyr j ceived a big lot s of Face Veis in ijt Hall the HEW i SHADES and S tthe most up lv todate styes PRICES 25c TO 300 EACH I= Sw 0 fl l JDAndersoI iCo S F i II l Ii 1AISINULIrLNSLS On all Lines of Business In Frankfort Merchants And Professional Hen Must Help Out Revenues f I The citytff Frankfort is getting hard up on the accoant of its bonded debt of 400000 and the council is preparing a general increase in li censes k A general raise of 20 per cent is added to all retail merchants licenses in addition to which the following special raises are made Saloon lit censes raised to 275 butchersli t censes to 40 wholesale beer licenses to 300 laundry license to 33 coal 11 companys license to 50 livery J stables license to 30 wholesale oil license to 100 fire insurance com panys license to 75 life insurance 1 companys license to 25 attorneys t license to 12 physicians license to 12 pool and billard halls to 30 per table skating rink license to 300 roving picture show license to 100 r that all of the interest af 1IIJlected may have a hearingon the mat ter the Ordinance and License Committee will meet together o Monday afternoon for the purpose o hearing any complaints or arguments which those affe ted by this raise may desire to make The ordinance committeemen believe that in fixing these licenses at thd figures they have an equal distribution is made of the increased burden upon tile city and that no one business can set up the claim that it has been i discriminated agrinst Rings Little Liver Pills for bilious ness and sickheadache They clean the system and clear the skin Price 25c Try them Sold by Anderson f Fowler Djrujf Co Incorporated t U u JTHIIII Will Be An Eventful Day For Local City High School League Oratorical Contest Between Boys From Three Neighboring Cities The judges of the contest betwee- the chosen orators of the Hig School League next Friday night in this city will be Eld H D Smith of Hopkinsville Judge C C Givens of Madisonville and a third to be chosen from Paducah The three young orators will be backed by delegationstLarge crowds rooters are expected to come with the Madison vile and Paducah boy- sTUBERCULOSIS Causes Death of a North Christian Farmer Van Miles aged 27 years son ofI James Miles died at his home five miles north of the city Friday after an illness of about six months of consumption His wife preceded yearfthe Boyd burying ground Saturday WOOSLEYBRASHER Groom of White PlainsBride from IvTarijimgton Porter Woosley of White Plain and Mrs Kate Brasher of Manning ton were married in the county clerks office Saturday by Judge C 0 Prpwse The groom gave hl age at t entyfiye and the bride at twenty ne This is the second ma rimonial venture of both parties rr DR G H MEANS ON NIGHT RIDING Methodist Pastor Denounce k Lawnessness With Great Vigor PRAISES L 0 LEAGUE Declares Public vSentimentj Is Aroused And People Will Fight For Peace fj I 1 Siblessedwith i jkinsvillethe pastors of the city have preached sermon after sermon to mould public opinion against the prevailing lawlessness and bring about a respect for law and order Most them have preached special sermons fearlessly denouncing all forms of lawlessness and pleading for retur- to peace and quietude A sermon o this kind was preached Sunday night by Rev Geo H Means pastor of the Methodist church whose subject was The Lawful and the Lawless It was heard by a large congregation in spite of the inclement weather The body of the discourse was devot ed to the lawful being a strong plea for right justness between man and man and for the application of the golden rule Toward the close he took up the depredations of night- riders and told of the destruction of seven warehouses of the whipping of 36 men and the shooting up of a number of cities and towns They have done all this he vehemently declared Hand played the devil gen erally in utter contempt of law a Christianity He saidthe night ride had not confined their outrages to their enemies but had made warfare on the innocent on those who knew nothihg of their grievances real imaginary He told how they sh- into his own house forcing him lie down on the floor to escape the bulletsand that when he was almo- sstranger in the town He said su crimes as this were putting into tion forces roused by public sen ment that will destroy this wave anarchy that is disgracing the State of Kentucky The people will not submit to a reign of crime and ter rorA courageous Governor will try his best to stop it If he fails martial law will surelyare he invoked and the guilty will be ar rested by Federal soldiers condemn hohd seen many a man d whom he believed was innocent Martial law is awful but it brings complete and lasting peace The night riders are fortunate in not becoming victims of retaliation This is one of dangers must careersof crime Then no mans property wquld be safe He closed by upholding the good work of the Law and Order League and spoke of thet complete transformation in public opinion within the last sixty days A thousand members were banded together and applications pouring in Other towns were catching the spirit of the brave people of Hop SterlingNewj peopleHopkinsville of talk The sympathizers with la lessness are out numbered ten one and hundreds of determined brave men are armed and equipped to fight for their homes and see that no mob ever again catches city napping They will protect t city with lives and let the cityKentuckythe in side of law and order Dr Means discourse was strong Susch needed in present crisis Kentucky would be fortunate if it had such a grand old man in every pulpit in sthe State MWOQO dogs in Qr at Britain IUILDINOSTO BE INSPECTED JIi ThejMatters of Fire Damagesg i V w SCHOOL BUILDINGS llf pfIIrMayor Meacham has issued an or t pubichallsby I a committee composed of Fireleer B F McClaid A report is to be stepstexits have doors opening outward in the schoolrooms and that some ade againstfCollin ood 0 The public halls must be provided with fire escapes and safe guards must be taken v The white public school buildirg have already been changed to make Supttany regulations adopted by the Coun cil The colored school building wil be inspected and all needed altera tions madE The order applies to all and public halls for both race- sTABERNACLE Course Attraction No7 I raTuesday Night Mch 17 ParlanNewhall Con cert Co orLEWiSBURG PA ofIn an evening entertainment of seisert o versatilityly ex beentcourseofs years Bncknell University RUSHVILLE IND Not only are the men artists on the brass instruments but good vocalists bell ringers an comedians as well There was no a single number that was not en cored and sometimes the artists were recalled three and four times RepublicanSeats placei Gen Admis sion 50c Reserved Seats 75c Money BackOn All Cash Tickets of FEBAt Monday a March 2 Mr Brannon opened the envelope dotar money back and the nedate was Feb 5th Bring your tickets in NOW and have them cashed They are worthless after March 16th W T COOPER Wholesale cot Spring 6ooth 6 J SilkscNew Silk Ginghams f New Carpets Rugs C battings Linoletims y Large Assortment of Cents Shirts JAll Ladies Suits and Skirts at less than iholesaleJprices Cut prices on all winter goods JT M JONES CMain Street Hopkinsville Ky BANK OF OPKINSVILLE B lai CAPITAL t 10000000 1SURPLUS 3500000 Christianmoneys3 per cent Interest on Time Certificates of Deposit HENRY C CaahlHC r FIRSTNATIONAL BANK HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKY UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY Ltit Only National Bank In This Communityi Capitall17500000 Surplus 2500000 Stockholders Liability 7500000H- AS A REGULAR SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Three Per Cent Interest Paid on Savings and Time Deposits po E B LONG President W T TANDY Cashier BANKtCapital 6000000 Surplus 7000000 This Bank ranks among the first in the state of Ken tucky in proportion of surplus to capita In Surplus there is Strength We invite your account as a safe depository foryour funds Deposit your valuable papers in E our vaultsafe from fire and burglars 3 PER CENT INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS Save Your Money Be ilappye Wise f noeCertificates PK ment Now is the time to open an account with thej Planters BankTrast Co Also acts as Administrator Executor Trustee Guardian and AgentWill take care of valuableyour papers and lend You realmoney on estate or personal security BUyS AND SELLS REAL FSTME Was Nonogenarian asylum hadlBowling Green f Congressman Dead Congressman Adolph Meyer died in New Orleans He was an Assist ant Adjutant General in the Confed erate army and served on the staff pf Gen J 5 William of Kentucky jr iJti i J i tr dr I ll4ti 4 n fd fii d1j Ff ilf 01 iM rU ict f i M 1 r Ji t 1I f a ThIt fjtp1I ff t ciIit r I 1 l- i q I o II f1- u aGi Twp itOf1ttNSV1L1 IrI TUCKIAN 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Douglass Dr Ra2UER TVS LOVEr J 7fornra Ji tit lit beidme J moue ac Jour tapir and ara- ftor r 1 first Araerlcfir nfcgro who TBE a wide fame was rederlck Douglass Born n Murylanbearingd r name tlrst conferred upon him wa s Frederick Augustus Washington Bal11 ley truly nn abundnDc4 orn picka ninny wltlf no prospects In life other than those ofa bondman serving a master But Frederick Au gustus Washington was different tom the ordinary pickaninny Nature had conferred upon him a large head con taining gray matter which could be kept behind In life s race by nqtII handicap of a dark skip When Fred erick was a small boy he was sent to Baltimore to work In a shipyard There he managed to get a little schooling x Not always Is a little learning a dan gerous thing though In Fredericks case it did prove dangerous to his er from a commercial point of vie Healthy hefty slaves in those day s were worth a matter of a thousand dol Jars apiece The little book learning acquired by the slave boy put into his head the determination to become fre He escaped in the disguise of a and made his way to Massachusetts where he read and studied to such ad vantage that when he reached the age of twentyfour he was able to deliver a lecture at an antislavery convention in Nantucket which brought him an in vitation to go to England and deliver lectures on the slavery problem in America lie had changed his name to Douglass when he ran away In England Douglass raised 1250 with which he formally purchased his freedom from his southern owner Then he settled in Rochester N Y and became widely known as a nalist and orator His paper the Nort Star later changed in title to Frederick Douglass pe pleaded for many years the cause of the slave Doug lass had three sons In the Union mies He was a presidential elector i 1872 United States marshal and recorder of deeds successively from 187CT to 1886 and became minister to Halt 1891I GOOD NEWS Many Hopkinsville Reader- Have Heard It And Profit Thereby Good news travels fast and the thousands of bad back sufferers in Hopkinsville are glad to learn tha tellinIk g with the old Quaker Remedy Here is an example worth reading- R HBuck living on South Frank lin Street Madisonville Ky says Doans Kidney Pills is an exceed ingly good remedy for kidney com plaint and backache I was never seriously troubled until about nine months ago I was taken with an at tact of backache caused I thinkby a strain from over lifting I was an noyed a good deal I saw Doans Kidney Pills advertised and conclud ing to give them a trial got a sup ply They proved very satifactory curing the attack in a short time Some time later there were symp toms of a recurrence and I appeal againTheythey keep my kidneys in conditionFor by all dealers Price 50c FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Yo sole agents for the United States Remember the nameDoans and take no other For Better Butters England has an organization for the promotion of goat culture Torturing eczema spreads its burn ing area every day Doans Oint spreadinginstantly it permanently At any drug store Had Tried Politics Great Statesman to married duugh terMy dear your husband will dontspurhim to go into politics Daughter But pa he has tried and he cant Btaud It The whisky makes him slckN Y Weekly Doans regulets cure constipation tone the stoma hstimulate the liver promote digestion and appetite easy passages of the bowels Asdok your druggist for them 25 cents a boa I 0 JI tI Humor j USELESS TROUBLE Tomllnsons Experience While on a Southern Business Trip Tomlldson had gone south on busi ness and early ono morning he segut- toj call otia customer several mUcH from tovvu There wore no transporta tion facilities nnd Tomlinson lifter having found that ho couldnt overt I hire a horso decided toVnlk He had accomplished a little mdre than halfbf his journey when he arrived at the I Sault of a river where a robust negro f operated n ferry I his pockets for the nec Tomlinson discovered Icssnrychuuge chagrin that ho had money at tho Motel He hadnt a cent with him Assuming a bold front however he asked Eph do you take people across the river Well boss Ah reckon hit wouldnt do me no good ter ortehrate dls ych ferry of Ah didnt Come then take me over Im In a hurryI I Ah ony chahges G cents Tomllnson again felt in all his pock ets and falling to fond a coin of any kind said- Very well that will be all right I forgot to bring any change with me but Ill pay you when I come back Aint yp all got 5 cents pocketwbook pay you when I return Come Im In a burryfAll Ah chahges Is 5 cents ree plied again butsnever mind about that back this way In a little while and Ill pay you then Jes 5 cents hats all Ah eber chabges fo taken ennybody oveh I understand that fully but It will be all right I must get over Imme diately Hurry nowl I cant afford to waste time listening to your explana tlons I dont object to your price An yo all aint got 5 centsINo no no How many times I tell you that i to money with meicentshYouve told me that a dozen times Ill see that you get It when I return An yo all hasngot 5 cents Confound you I Do you suppose Id hidnCome now hurry I must get over there at once Well boss hit seems ter me oat a man whut aint got 0 cents might jes RB well be on one side ob de rlbbeh as de yuthehJudge Out of Her Class fateSa woman well known for her gossiping propensities and he said to her My good woman I hope my sermon has borne fruit You heard what I said about the place where there shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth Yes she replied but as to that if Lettaint Judges Library So Unlike Him couplegThe idea I exclaimed his wife Why do you tell me that Why its the truth- I know Thats why I cant under stand your tolling me Catholic Standard nnd Times Coming Slowly Yes indeed said young Fallow Im raising a mustache Been nufs ing It for a month Im rather curious about what color It will be when Its grownWell replied Miss Knox at that rate it will probably be grayPhil ntlejphla Press No Sympathy- A physicians profession Is an ex ceedingly trying one Yes answered the doctor The worst thing Is that you cant own up to being under the weather yourself without exciting suspicion Washing Start A Pointed Question Magistrate You say you have known the prisoner all your Tits Wltnnss Yos your honor Magistrate Now In your opinion do you think he could be guilty of steal lug this mone- yWitnessHow much was It Planto Escape Mrs Peckoni Henry suppose you and I wore nil alone on a deserted is land what Is the first thing you would Pecker Thank goodness that I know how to swim Boston Post Dont You Peel Well Ache All Over 1 FevcrlMi Foci as though blood was hot Coldfeot Backache Those warning signals which Indicate that a bad or a Is coming on Dont get discouraged but go home On the sto In any store and get DiscoveryWhenhot foot bath o to warm take n dose ofthe Golden Medical Discovery in the morning another dose you will better You will not have to continue many doses before you are well If you still persist In the use of enoralyour liver will become active and throw systemGet as you can Theres a reason Vegetable foods Tfhumanof Golden Seal root Queens root Stone root Black Cherrybark Mandrake root and Dl as Doctor Pierces Golden Medical Discover is positive yet is assimilated in the stomach and taken up by the blood therefore it is the most potent means which can be employed foe the regaining of lost health corI With a good water is of lifes that can be had when you have an uptodate bath room in your home fitted up with sanitary Plumbing closet lavatory and We any make of stoves and J 950 c Home 1371 it LL Ol uC cri are formed millions 01- 1evcrythlllg we eat drink and wear Vh e Is tilivc with thorn Medical science proven in tho past few years that nearly disease Is II germ disease Such disease germs ontQr into the blood In two either through tho lungs or stomach If tho blood 18 and rich the flyer and stomach In healthy active condition the of disease multlp1ypnoumonlanro thThefind a fertile field for growth xcweakness feelings of nervous exhaustion signawhiChtho system It tho ver best pecsiblo con thepoisonsyour system Is ready to ward off tlw orPlcrcredboodthis great tonic to shrivel up tho red oxtractmadogoes about its work in natures way viIn action and feeds wornout nerves stomach and heart on pure blood GoldenMedicalHerbert Chairman Board of Relief of 29J Findthatber of men In my employ They aro especial oftenth9diseaseHoweverof Golden Medical Discovery thero is much a DdtosystemlimDAD HEADACHES gen erally arise from bad eructaUons or belching of every case To euro take small doses only one or two each day of old Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets the nal Little Liver PlUs first put Up by him over orfour Iuu Dressed Chickens Wanted I 5 I Higtiest Market I Both Phones B B RPgpular Purveyors of Pure Food Products I The Morning Bath supply one luxuries always without expense bathtub repair rangesPHONES Cumberland has the bltortaste symptomthough Price Paid IC HUGH McSHANI9 r THE PLUMBER 312 South Main St Hopkinsville Ky u hJ i lJl al Dill Pickle sATr Jo Miller Clarks 0 To OurFriends And Patrons We wish to say to you that we shall be in the field with enthusiasm than ever seeking to claim a good portion to yjiffir business We will bave at al times a full line of Sheet Metal Building Materials Cistern Pumps Rain Water Filters RopE Paints etc iAt such low prices you canndt afford to place your orders else sucHor any business that you may send us will be greatly appreciated 4t I E Y JOHNSON c 9th ST TINNERClaude P Johnson Manager PRICES MODERATE YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED Cumb Phone 275L- upftq Noar J Q De net f 1Jp JB1IfUI ir HOPKINSVIIJiE KENtUCKAN MARCH 10 1903 1 PAGE THREE r W L WI 5Hio Klnfl You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has the signature of II ELdclJl r and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy Allow no one todeceive youin this All Counterfeits Imitations nndu Ji1stasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gorse Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contain neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation the1aStomach and Bowels giving The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIAALWAYS f Bears the Signature of s AbThe KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years f TNCCENTAURCOMPANY77MUBMYBTBCtY NEW YORK CITY W1Ir w Pt 1 I c y a IxIi IIJUlAIit ii f ViE iIIIF1I1oBLijC 3lIli 4DOI YOU1P H WANT i q i ONE rr If you have a desire to own a piano we will tell yoU q how to save 108 on a highgrade guaranteed instru I ment Its well worth your while to investigate pur new and economical plan of piano selling Its not the l old way but our new way Whether you buy for cash Ji k or on payments you will be interested ft Write us today for free booklet tells you all about it Gives you information worth knowing Moitenegro =Riehm Music Cool INCORPORATED v 628630 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky 1 t Grand Combination Offer The Taylor = Trotwood Magazine OF NASHVILLE TENN Edited by BOB TAYLOR and JOHN TROTWOOD MOORE AND THE Hopkinsville KentuckiantA BOTH FOR ONE YEAR FOR ONLY i r 250r N Through special arrangements with the publishers we are enabled for a limited time to offer the TAYLORTROTWOOD MAGAZINE in con 41 nection with the KENTUCKIAN for the above price making decidedly the most attractive clubbing offer for the yaar 1908 The TAYLORTROTWOOD MAGAZINE is a combination of BOB TAY LORS MAGAZINE and TROTWOODS MONTHLY with exGovernor Robert L Taylor and John Trotwood Moore as coeditors Every number is filled with the beautiful songs and stories the humor and wit of Gov bert L Taylor and the Southern traditions history stories and poems tRJohn Trotwood Moore There is delightful reading in every number the whole family It is a handsomely printed magizine containing never less than 164 pages You also need the KENTUCKIAN for its local news its general news for information about your neighbors friends community and sur rounding country Remember the price for both publications for a limitedtime is only 250 Let us have your order at once Make all remittances and address all orders to the KyL =1 Two MINUTE SKETCHES- j I Ralph Waldo J3mersou Dy RODBRTVS LOVE fr f lie was not merely tlrnerf can lie Walff universal was pure Intellect EMERSON be lived ID America the nineteenth century eighty years he was not materially influenced by the sur soundings and the events of his tlmb and country He dwelt lobis own world or mental contemplation From time to time during his long life be g to the world the fruits of those contemplations in lectures essays nod poems But so far as externals go any of his essays or poems might have been written In any other age or ii1r any other country He was not mere ly American he was universal Perhaps no writer ever lived the sum of whose literary work is so devoid of vulgarity All of the Emer sonian output Is simply thought refined to the uttermost There is no humor save In the way of sarcasm and the sarcasm Is lofty and benevo lentEmerson was a supreme idealist He never climbed toward Ideals nor grope ed In the dark after locals for he was the exponent of Ideals already attain ed The great commercial world rag ed around him but he held aloof con tent to live simply and frugally rich In his own wisdom The great lesson of Emersons life and teachings lies In his conception of the Inherent nobility of the human soul He repudiated utterly and with calm scorn the age worn conception of man as a sinful and filthy maggot crawling about the earth asking alms of a superior divinity The godliness residing in humanity the inherent pos slbllltles of the human the inevitable evolution of the soul of man from low r to higher the divine dignity of life upon earth these things Emerson be lieved and felt and taught for m ban fifty years CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears th6- Signature of Develops Sens of Humor But hes a regular professional funny man I know he is But you referred to him as an unconscious humorist So he was on the occasion to which I refer He had tried to be funny with a tough gent from the Fourth ward Philadelphia Press Thrice= A= Week World More Alert l1ore Thorough More Fearless Than Ever I READ IN EVERY ENGLISH SPEAKING COUNTRY j A President of the United States will be elected this year Who is he and who is the man whom he will beat Nobody yet knows but the ThriceaWeek edition of the New York World will tell you every step and every detail of what promise3 to be a campaign of the most absorb ing interest It may not tell you what you hope but it will tell you what is The Thrice aWeek World long ago established a 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3500 an acre U 303 acres near Lafay ette large house and all Oother necessary improve ments 60 acres good red and post oak timber at the low price of 4500 Ii 200 acres near Pembroke rich land and wello improved Runs right up to within mile of the best little town on earth 211acres 5Jmiles South U of town improvements 0good and everything in good shape An opportuni ly you cannot afford to miss Price only 30 418 acres near Roaring Spring Can be divided 0 into twojfarms Good improvements fine land and will besold cheap Also some very houses and lotslin desirableIfor sale YCall U and see us if you are interested in a good fl flIIn and if you have anything to sell we can help you H f i f II U Planlers Bank y lJ r- H f M H o Trust Co t- irari corrO rr d- v I i- l Alfl G n ir I J J- J t c 4 4PAGEFOUR 1 llLfoSlLLI KBNTHOiaANMARCH 10 1908 u 1 JIt I I The Kentuckian Published Every Other Day TUESDAY THURSDAY and SATURDA MORNINGS JBY I CHASM MEACHAM Entered at the llopktnaVlli Ioitofoce ao Second Class Matter SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ons year 2JlOw 35Slnjflea rtUlnf Rates on Application 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET LuUOTICB TO SUBSCKXBSBS- Jnclcr a new Postal law that went Into effect an 1 the Kentuckian will have to stop all pa pers Apt 1 that are In arrears more than six months at that time and in future cannot sen- danysubcriptlonlonger than six mnths after the time expires If you owe bo sure to get on n cash basis by April 1 WWATCH TIlE LABEL ON YOUR PAPER I MARCH 10 1908 The Weather Partly cloudy and Warmer Tues day r Minnesota Democratic Committee instructed for Gov Johnson for President The state convention will be held May 14 As a result of the efforts of County Judge B F Hill a Law and Order League has been organized at New Castle with 200 members The saloon i segregation act of Tennessee has been affirmed by the Supreme Court of the State It confines the saloons to certain ter ritory in cities where liquor is sold The Sullivan educational bill pro viding for a complete change in the management of the public schools of the State and requiring the estab lishment of a high school in every Ii county passed the HouseI Judge E C ORear is to be re nominated by the Republicans of his district March 17 without opposi tion for another term of eight years on the appellate bench Thps J Callan the man whom GenCuster sent for reinforcements and the only one of his command who escaped died at Yonkers N Y Saturday Callan got through the Indian lines and returnedwith help but too late to save Custer Only one more week of the Legis lative session which ends a weekI from today Party lines are being pretty closely drawn in the closing days as the Republicans will vend all of their energies to the passing of their redistricting bills They i held a caucus last night The Watson bill has passed the senate providing for an increase in the annual appropriation for the Board of Health from 5000 to 25000 The purpose is to establish a state laboratory with a competent bacteriologist in charge The bill is expected to pass the house BECKHAM TO SPEAK I i At a Banquet to Be Given Thursday Night The Young Mens Democratic Club of Frankfort will give a ban quet Thursday night to the Democrats of the Legislature at theI Capital Hotel Judge J H Mulligan of Lexington wiil be the toastmas ter and the following speeches will be made PresidentJudgeMatt Keep It SweetJudge J M Bennett of Winchester My Old Kentucky HomeRep resentative Henry A Schoberth of Versailles The HouseRepresentative W 1HShanks of Stanford uThe SenateSenator Frank Rives of Hopkinsville WNParty Honor Representative George S Wilson of Sturgis ExGov J C W Beckham th guest of honor will deliver the closing address of the evening which will be the feature of the evening He is expected to hand out some hot ones Valuable Property Sold J E Ellis has sold to P Wolfe Nashville some valuable l BURIED IN H I SUN I FORM a J Sleeps Last Sleep In Gray of Lost Cause FUNERAL By Dr BAKER Last Sad Rites Over The Body of Capt C D Bell The body of Capt C D Bell was taken to his old home for interment Saturday and laid to rest in the Peay burying ground Rev R L Baker pastor of Salem Baptist church of which Capt Bell was a member preached the funeral and Rev M A Jenkens of this city offered a feeling prayer The exercises were held at the home of Dr John P Bell Capt Bell was buried in his Confederate uniform which he had worn with such gallantry and devotion to the Lost Cause He was 74 years old having been born in August 183- 3COLLINWOOD HORROR Total List of Dead Now Put at 174 Cleveland Ohio March 7The total number of dead as the result of burning of the Lakeview school in Collinwood last Wednesday it is now thought will be 174 Of this number 167 have been found Bodies of six others are believed to have burned to ashes This is the opinion of ihe village officials who compiled the report supposed to be complete I Out of the total number of bodies recovered 147 have been identified O wL JS 1 O H Iu9u Bears thethe Kind You Have Always Bought Signature of I Mrs Feland in Frankfort The Frankfort correspondent of the CourierJournalsays of Mrs John Feland who is in Frankfort Another members wife who has arrived at the tail end of the session- is Mrs John Feland or Hopkinsville who is possessed of as much Winning personality as her gifted husband Mrs Feland has been our friend all along in the person of Emma but on this occasion the renowned Feland babies have been left at home We wanted to see them all and were disappointed at their non appearance Ready For Spring Trade We have just returned from the markets where we secured the services of Miss Alice Stafford who has had many years experience as a trimmer Miss Stafford is here and we are now ready for the seasons work We have our goods in and will be pleased to have you call and inspectsameMISS FANNIE B ROGERS Nine Must Hang Boston March 7The jury in the Chinese murder trial today brought in a verdict of guilty of murder in the first degree against the nine Chinamen with murdering four Chinamen here on August 2 last New Senator Elected The South Carolina Legislature Saturday elected Frank B Gary of Abbeville United States Senator t succeed the late A C Latimer Mr Gary was elected on the fourth bal lot receiving eightyone votes For Rent Splendid stable centrally located Apply to this offic- eIntense l Cold Intense cold is reported in the Northwest At Devils Lake N D twentyei mapeMULES FOR SALE We have 50 head of good mules for sale LeavellyIo rM J NEW YORJC GOVERNOR 1 What Hughes Learned From His Father Burton J Hendrick whose articles on Great American Fortunes are known throughout the country contributes an article on Hughes to the March McClures This article un veils an unusual personality and is withal most entertaining reading Governor Hughes once remarked fa cetiously apropos of current stories of his reserve and coldness that he hoped a coroners autopsy would discover something in him beside sawdust and useful information Mr Hendrick has happily forestalled the coroner and gives his readers a glimpse of the Governor of New York State Charles E Hughes was the son of a Welsh clergyman who raised him in the nurture and admonition of the LordIIAt an early agesaid the father I taught my son that a straight line was the shortest dis tance between two points a lesson he has had occasion to use in his public career In 1884 Hughes passed the bar ex aminations with a rating of 99 78 attracting the attention of Walter S Carter one of New Yorks most successful lawyers He became one of Carters kids and married his oldest daughter- It is an interesting coincidence I i CHARLES E HUGHES that the Carter firms largest client when Hughes entered the officewas the New York Life Insurance Com pany whose irregularities he after ward so remorselessly exposed In the main however its businessthen and afterward was not derived from corporations Hughes talents have never been utilized to make millions for large c rporate interests by teaching them how to water stock capitalize franchises organize hold ing companies and originate the oth er devices with which the public has be n familiarized in recent years On the other hand he has preferred to show oldfashioned merchants how to draw agreements enforce contracts and perform other offices which are similarly essential to the maintenance of orderly business According to his partner George WSchurman general retainersin volving his commitment to any and every o v service were never accepted bfhim He acted upon the principle that independence both of lawyer and client is essential to the ideal relation between them Mrr Hendrick has gathered a va riety of anecdotes both interesting and illuminating When a man writes as follows dont you think he means it Mr S G Williams Powderly Texas says I have suffered for years with Kidney and Bladder trouble Using every preparation I came across and taking many prescriptions all without relief until my attention was called to Pin ules After 30 days trial 100 I am feeling fine Mon Soldoby AndersonFowler Drug Co In corporatedSenator Wilhelmi Ill Newport Ky March 7Senator George Wilhelmiwho made a strong fight several days ago in the Senate on behalf of his antipoolroom bill is critically illi the result of over work He became ill in Frankfort and was brought to his home here today His physicians state he is suffering from a complication of troubles and that he will not be able to return to Frankfort during the present session 30 Days Trial 100 is the offer on Pineules Relieve Backache Weak Back Lame Back Rheumatic pains Best on sale for Kidneys Bladder and Blood Good for young and old Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded Sold by AndersonFowler Inrn JJla41nnM I I c K BeI I stjli Iii i WE CAN PROVE ITiI4vf I We Mean What = We saye OA iti rJ li t I i The I 1 1 IJ Adrian c enceQ1 fI l I- AIco p 4 I ff Is the Best on the market Made out of the best I grade of HARD WIRE and HEAVILY galvanized iII All wires in the Adrian are of the SAME LENGTH t 1 = No possibility of SLACK WIRES TG IMPAIR the 9 EFFICIENCY of the FENCE 1fI r The tie will not sli it holds the cross I ftf r as well as level ground You Will miss a goodt15 thing if you buy withoutnyestigating the AdrianiWe also one of the v- ey 41 f BarbedL1 When in town come in and leave your order If 4 Yours to servedII I TEN SUFFERERS WITH DIInes Can be permanently cured free of charge Bad cases of long stand ing preferred Just write your name and address and description of ypur case treatment will come to you absolutely prepaid by mail Address IDR D GARFINKLE God 5th Ave N Nashville Tenl IrBuy I Fine Wines THEY PHONESYour 41 DO YOU DSE BA TTERIESi FIT117ITIf 11 a I fresh shipment of Columbias and we test each battery before sold YouIare sure to amperage CallIor phone IC M H McGrew tGENERAL MACHIN EST Eighth and Clay Streets BOTH PHONES 1 rlIrt Democrat Elected- S A Shanklin the Democratic nominee was elected by an over whelming majority Saturday to represent Mason county in the Leg opponentCharlesB an antiSociety of gusty man and wMlleittPnlWU iL ote8M WANTED Produce of All Kinds Pay Highest Cash I 1 Prices For BUTTER EGGS WOOLI See Phone or Write Us For Prices fIThe flaydon Produce Co HERBERT L HAYDON Mgr Dumb Phone 263 Home 1322rEast 9lh St Near L N t JI CockerelstPlymouth Rock Cockerels for saleI 300OnlyRALPH MEACHAM rPhones 9 and 1122 m m mmmim mfmM fi f HOPKINSVILLE iOiJNTUCKAN MARCH 10 U081 PAGE FIVE or b fOUND CUTICURA INDISPENSABLE- Het ChildrenLittle Girls Suf Jfed with Itching Eczema Which Simply Covered Back of Heads ToorBYWONDERFUL t Some years ago three little bad a very bad form of formed itchingon the I backs of their heads which wore simply covered I heard of Cuti cura I used to try almosteverything but they Then my mother- recommended tho Cuticura Remedies I washed my childrens heads with Cuti wonderSul or five times andIcansa that they have anotherbaby ovenbledmorningtheusing the Cuticura Remedies yet when everanyofmy family have any sores Ican never recommend Cutlcura sumIciently it is Indispensable in overy home cannot find its equal Mme Napoleon QuoMay PAINFUL ULCER On Foot for a Year Healed by Two Sets of Cuticura U I had an ulcer on my foot for a year or more and it was very painful as it was a running sore I a doctor but his treatment did not heal it About night months ago I commenced to uso 0 Cutlcura o Cuticura Ointment- and Cuticura Pills I used two sets FRrderir ChemttW Free Cuticura Book on Skin Diseases I m4444- 1 t Y I i Seen on the Streets Ii iIt Girls again wearing elbow sleeves 0 The street cleaning brieade se I J galoreMore time aIThe everpresent man who is ask ing what do you knowE rNiewagons in 4R4 a string and loaded with loose association tobacco came in Thursday Spring dress goods in the show windows and some of the young girls are actually on the streets bare headed The question is where do the milliners come on such styles ft The young fellow who has nothing to do does not want anything and s if forced by circumstances to accept a job would not hold it a month is again in evidence But thank the stars there are not many of this sortjGreen lawns swelling buds on thet trees buttercups and lilies of thA- ij valley springing up rambler roses almost in full leaf and a whole lot of other things that make one think- Springy is here But dont be too san fruitisally gets it in the neck when the frosts of April come 246 HPCSHEAD8 SOLD TO DATE lt iF Hopk asville Mare y Leads All OthehrInSffles of Tobacco v 48 HHDS LAST WEEK Local Management Thinkss Farmers Can Rest Easy There was considerable inquiry after types of tobacco at the local managers office last week and toward the end of the week Mr Buck nor made sales amounting to 48 hogsheads The prices were highly gratifying to Mr Buckner and he has no doubt that the prices will be maintained throughout the season Low leaf brought from 1000 to 1150 and lugs from 7 to 10 Farmers can now go on with their operations and get ready for the new crop with the assurance that their tobacco is in the right hands and there need be no fear that the present crop will not bring the prices fixed by the association The friendly feeling prevailing between the purchaser and planter augurs well for the future and a restoration of normal conditions Nearly if not quite all of the sales of last week were made to the buyers for the American Snuff Co Mr Buckners sales to date amonnt th 246 hhds more by far than those of any of the other sales rooms in the associations district The farmers have begun active op eracions for the new year the Coun ty Executive Committee has gone back to the regular monthly meetings and so far as can be seen there is nothing to do but for everybody- to get busy and wait awhile for the restoration of the old order of things with good prices for the weed riding on the crest of the pros serous wave that seems to be coming in In the meanwhile Mr D F Perry and other district committeemen are receiving applications for new members to be admitted May 1 when the association books are open for the last year of the three years term beginning in 1906 Mr Pearry already has about 60 names I on his list in his section of the county and others are signing in other districts Indicatians point to a practically solid membership for the coming year in this county LEAVE FOR THE WEST oj Farmers Near Owingsville Are Preparing To Move To Oklahoma I Owingsville Ky March 9Mak- ng an end of tobacco trouble in junction and equity pools most of the farmers in this county will sell crops during the high prices and escape consequences by migrat ng into Oklahoma and N vadaIThey say that though they pooled their crop they cannot offord to re fuse twenty cents a pound for it and that they will all sell and elude writs of injunction suits and night riders by leaving the tobacco cursed State of Kentucky for vercn V Most people know that if they have to been sick they need Scott J Emul 0 sion to bring back health and strength g o But the point about SCCt tEnaulton 0 is that from you it dont have to Ei0 It keeps up the athletes strength puts fat 1 0brinagvents coughs colds and consumption Food in Concentrated form for sickand well young and old rich and poor II E And it contains no drugs and no alcoholE ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND flOO MADISONVILLE ELkS HOME FORMALLY OPENED MONDAYJ MadisonThe new Elks Home at yesterdayThe now has 292 members 151 havin been admitted during the last months The building is large an commodious and cost 20000 The present staff of officers of the Madsonville lodge is composed I CIVIL SUITS BEING TRIED Canning Companys Dam U age Suit Finally Fin I to ishedIi I BRESLIN CASE MONDAY Other Civil Suits Are Set For DocketJ Running Behind The grand jury has begun its third week No indictments were returned yesterday Many witnesses have been examined for this week The jury in the suit of the Hop kinsville Canning Company against the Illinois Central Louisville and Nashville and connecting railroad lines for 1400 damages returned a verdict against the Big Four road and the I C one of its connecting lines to this place for 1250 Aji order was made dismi sing the cases ai to the L N The suit was orig FARMER CUTS H- WITH Lawrence Armstrong a farmer living near Larkin yesterday morn ing made a desperate attempt to commit suicide by cutting his throat with a knife His wife discovered that he had cut one side and while she was ringing the farm bell for help he also cut the other side The wounds did not sever the jugular STORK CLUB Latest New One to be Launch ed in Detroit j Detroit Mich March 8Every member of the Stork Club an or ganization formed in the aristocratic North End district inJanuary19j7 has received a visit Mrs Emily Boldrick originated the idea andI quickly gained four ber con verts and the club wasformed although not much was said abut it at that time The five mothers met every week and discussed matters concerning- the welfare of the children they hoped to produce Still later all of them brought their sewing and be gan making little garments and ev eryone has found use for them Now all other women in the neighborhood are taking a lively interest in the affairs of theclub and it is predict ed that the membership will soon be quadrupled The original members succeeded fairly well in keeping secret the fact that they had formed aI club until the stork had visited the house of each member but all areI now willing to discuss their plans The club has no bylaws or constitu ion and no rule is recognized except that of happy healthful child hood Applications for membership are now pouring in and it may be nec essary to place the organization up althoughitpurpose Report Denied The Leaf Chronicle says G W Butler a well known farmer of Todd county tKy called and requested that the statement that he had been whipped by the night riders be de nied It was reported that Mr Butler who is an old man was tak out and given a whipping He he has never seen a night rider or received a warning and has been a member of the Association two Years of the following C W Lindsay Exalted Ruler D H KincheloeEs PritchgLecturindg E Williams Tyler Morris Kohfman Walter J Ruby and Laurel E Ruby Trustees inally brought for 2000 for dam sustainedby CanningCompany last summer but this amount was afterward reduced to 1400 TheYf threeffgJThe time of the court during Sat and yesterday was consumed irthearing the evidence in the case of Herbert Mockbee a minor against P J Breslin Mockbee through his mother sues defendant theexplosionmotive power for running Breslins cork popper The accident occurred last fall and the boy who was run wasbadlyThe defense did not deny that thea explosionbut I I occur through negligence or caret lessness on his part and so far as he knew the engine was perfectly safe if prudently handled asjie had fi er weeks before the explosion paid the manufacturer 25 to overhaul the machine Hearing of evidence was concluded at noon yesterday and at 145 the first of the attorneys began his speech It is expected that the case would be given to the atI the adjournment of court yesterdayI afternoon IS THROAT SUICIDAL INTENT veins and Mr Armstrong may re cover He was alive yesterday and physicians were in attendance Mr Armstrong is 74 years old and wa in the asylum a while last year Last fall he attempted suicide by hanging but was discovered and prevented by members of his family NO SPEAKING I By Col Joel Fort Yesterday Afternoon From an unauthorized source a report was current last Saturdaye that Col Joel Fort was to and speak in the interest of the to bacco association yesterday at 1 oclock at the court house If Col Fort was in the city a diligent search failed to locate him and court was in session at the time he was to besgin his speech JHw Odorous About 120 bushels of red anions were piled up on the pavement in front of the court house Monday Everybody in the vicinity knew there were onions in town without examining the sacks in which they were packed The whole lot was sold atc public auction for 57 Hopsond Brothers of Canton were chasers They were sold under execution by the sheriff to satisfy a judgement against Peter Fox Sons Co in favor of Hopson Bros Crecelius Bill Passed The Crecelius House bill fixing a penalty for any one to sell his tobac co after it has been pooled and a penalty for any one knowingly buying said tobacco was passed in the SenateThe companion bill to the Crecelius IiingItheDtUlID YUVO After Big Ones The Federal suit to dissolve the Standard Oil Company will be con tinued today in Cleveland The hearing in the Governments suit to dissolve the American Tobacco Company will be resumed in New York onWednesday CHAIRMAN IN GRAVES Gives Raiders Some Straight Talk and Good Sound i Advice CALLS THEM CRIMINALS Good Citizens Called Upon to Rid the Association of Lawlessness Mayfield Monitor To the tobacco growers of Graves county Kentucky The time has come for every good citizen to speak out There is an organization known as Night Riders going about at night terrorizing certain ciasses of citizens by burning property and whipping some individuals and otherwise frightening citizens Now this is all wrong and constitutes high crime I dont know who they are but I do know they are acting in the capacity of individuals as such are amenable to the law have always condemned mob law have said publicly and privately I was opposed to Night Riders I have never considered it my duty to write concerning it until I have been creditably informed that the Night Riders have posted a threatening notice on Law sons mill in Graves county I had hoped that lawlessness of this kind would not come into Graves county Now my hope is gone and I call on good citizens to lend a helping hand to suppress all illegal acts of above character- I want every member of the Dark Tobacco association to discourage everything that points to violence of any kind I dont wantyou to en courage it by word or nod of the head or a wink of the eye I want to advise those who are not members to not provoke violence by threats or by purchasing guns and ammuni tion and making public announcement how many you can kill before thesis posted on Lawsons mill orders certain Hill Billies not to deliver their tobacco I will say to all per sons who have sold who are not members of the association deliver your tobacco according to contract and do it in the daytime We have closed the books of the association and there is no way for anyone to join at this time So there is nothing for the non association man to do except to sell outside Any de mand that prohibits outsiders sell is unjust and will not be tolerat d I want to say to all Night- Riders and those that may become members of the band you certainly- do not know what you are doing You are committing felony after felony and felonies are indictable all time to come The scriptures be sure your sins will find you out and some of you may go to the pen ten years from now Now I have an idea that some of the band are boys who are led astray by older persons My advice to all young men is to keep out of such things My plan is to persuade men to come into our association and help us to win good prices fpr our tobociby conducting the a manner as to win the confi ence of all men Public sentiment moulds all law mob or legal I findI that the members of the association are afraid to raise their voices in op position to Night Riders What I have said may cost me my barns and tobacco and perhaps some hide I Notwithstanding I have written what I believe to be right and I am not afraidRespectfullyJ Here comes the pring Winds to chap tan and freckle Use Pine salve Carbolized Acts like a poul tice for cuts sores burns chapped hands and face It soothes and Sold by AndersonFowler Co Incorporated TTa clri n oTa Air annr JvavuA marriage license was issued Saturday to J A Haskins and Miss Ella Jackson The young people live in this county but not far from Dawson Springs The wedding was scheduled for Sunday afternoon OAXOaXABears teailsKind fta Hans 1lsays Might BInaQN L t ISIEEDllqORIN SALE APPLY TO M O Kimerling AT ONCE Cum Phone 2002 Rings L 1 r I To lea-rnBookeepi n1 lShorthandand TelegraphyOver 500 students annually Nine Sixtsjtypewrit Positions for gradtt aces Send for catalog u tJ I BUSINESS COLLEGE Evansville Ind Indianas Greatest Business StnooT INCOR- PORATEDKODAK HEADQUARTERS n 41 fn n We hope now a sup ply of the latest 1908 Model Kodaks Call and Look at Them CookHiggios r d I S ialSal q i On HeatingStoves For lack of floor space and to make room for our SPRING GOODS we will for the next 30 Days beginning Jan 14th sell all heating stoves in our house at appliestoproductionstories of the country If you in the market a stove we 1con make you prices that will you WAPTOOLSON No 8 Main St 60 YEARS Vf EXPERIENCE Tti W I MARKSIIAnyono eendingaaketcbanddeacriptlonmay quIoklT our opinion a Invention Is probably oCommualcm foreecurlnfrpatoiitgIhtonta l notics 111 bout chanro In tho Scientific American Ahandsomely11Inatrntod weekly Largest em u anon Journal Venui N a enrs four mouths ft aoldbyall newsdealers YorkBranc Call at this office for ham sacks two sizes dx Irtt I 1oy I f i1 Suds a t 7 JI 1 iI I vd J f J 1 1 It r r I tJ + I H J jt1iI I 1 i PAGE SIX fiG hIhS41IL HmNnhJ1ClA MARCfif 10 198 NT anykindthe worst driving rain can possibly reach the interior of the building tHats covered with Cortright Metal Shingles Pretty good recommen dation isnt it In addition we might add theyre fireproof and light 1DIng proof too Think of it and they are not as expensive as other I forms of roofing Step in and well show them to youi Send for a56pagc boo letIIRightly Roofed Buildings free 1 + j Forbes Manufacturing Co j Incorporated HOPI JNSVILLE KlY w b7 1111rH- M r ilr ill t There Are Only Two Kinds of Medicines i L HASS SHAKER PREPAHA liONS RestIr After all others fail thy rrrHn S saY- Shaker 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the best Bus of the Good for any this office sacks for sale at thIs a- Yea IDUtantworld keep the minimum and moneyraREPRESENTATIVESmt Hmanent 7heis to all orareyou would have pleasure or profit from your garden you should plant she the BEST SEEDS that Can be Grown I her e we B copy of Leading American Seed Ca + It le nn + thIDnature Writ iiiiJAXi y m4 I ATLEE BURPEE Seed Growers PAng 1 f a i Sale a Bargain lil- v Scholarship iness Universaties South department Address SiliPvv Ham office A r T cfforteS PHILADELPHIA PoultryPrintingu f1pleteprepared to do any and all kinds of printing for poultry raisers at low not pricesIf a Vr WW y v Vt v VVWWr W YVVi VZV IVVVrrVVV Ta E- Princess Virginia By C N and A M WILLIAMSON s Authors of bfa Lightning Conductor Rose mart In Search of o Father Etc Jf 1 COPYRIGHT 1907 BY McCLURE PHILLIPS c co A A n Through the gate of dream- lies the fair land of romance into which you would travel find ing welcome relief from the daily grind Now you are invited to accompany the Princess Virginia who determines that the royal personage who would honor her with his hand must fall in love with her and woo her as any othe man would a woman Therefore she travels incognito in his realm meeting adventures strange and full of excitement You will learn with pardonable pride that the American blood in her veins gives her an independence unheard ofin the presence pfkings but most of all you will want to know how she succeeds in her bold undertaking That you will enjoy every minute of tfro read ing is assured by the verdict of thousands who declare The Princess Virginia to be a most delightful story U said the princess no ft Im dashed if I do 5 My darling child exclaimed the grantI duchess youre impossible If any one should hear you Its he whos impossible the grin cess amended Im Just trying to show you Or to shock me You are so like your grandmother Thats the best complimentfanyone can give me which Is lucky as its given so often laughed the princess Dear adorable Virginia She cud dled into the pink hollow of her handI the pearl framed Ivory miniature of a beautiful suilllug girl which always hung from a thln gold chain around her neck They shouldnt Lave named me after you should they if they hadnt yanked me to be like your It was partly a question of money dear sighed the grand duchess It my mother hndut left a legacy to rn5 first daughter only on consideration that her own extremely American name of Virginia should be perpetuat It was a delicious way of being pat triotic Im glad she did It I love being the only royal princess with American blood in my veins and an American name on my handkerchiefs you believe for an Instant that It Grandmother Virginia werp alive she would let Granddaughter Virginia mar Prince Henri de Touralne I dont see why not said the grand duchess She wasnt too patriotic to marry an English duke and startle London as the first American duchess Heavens the things she used to do If could believe half the wild stories fathers sister told me in warning as for my father though a most charming man of course he could no- tcrhavo been called precisely estimable while Prince Henri certainly ISand an exceedingly good match even for youin present circumstances Call him a match if you like mother Hes undoubtedly a stick But hes not a match for me Theres one on earth And Virginias were lifted to the sky as if In of existing on earth the person her thoughts were placed as high the sun that shone above her I should have preferred an Englishman for you said the grand duch If only theta were one of suitable to tree totIm not thinking of on Englishman her daughter If only you wqJlld think of poor IIeurldNever of him You know I said 1 bo dash it Dont repeatit Oh when you look no me in that way how like you are to grandmothers portrait at home one In white painted Just before r marriage One might have known would be extraordinary That sort thing Invariably skips over a genera a tlon The grand duchess laid down the they as a law and whether or no she were right it was at least sure that had inherited nothing of the first ly Virginias daring originality some of radiant mothers beauty perhaps watered down to gentle prettiness for hereditary Grand Duchess of Ban Drlppe at flfty one was still daintily attractive woman a middle 11 Dresden chlnn imly with a per complexion preserved by an almost perfect temper surprised eyebrows kindly dimples and a convene upper lip Sho was not by birth hereditary In lord nail vpry much her master d been that and had selected her to of him reign over the hereditary T grand duchy of BnumcnburgDrippo only because her father was an by English duke with royal Stuart blood ly 4 x I r J- f Vlrglulaslle Northmoreland o cheqUer Afterward rhe had freely spent such portion of that gold as had come to his cosecs m trying to keep his little estat6s intact ngkpolntment The hereditary grand duchy of BaumenburgDrlppo was ruled b a cousinly understudy of the Germs Emperor William IL the one son ol helrCHungaria the handsome and lamenta Sly extravagant old Duke of North moreland was dead his title and vast estates had phased to a distant and dfs agreeable relative and the widowed grand duchess with heV one fat daughter had lived for years In n pref ty old house with a high walled gar den at Hampton Court lent by the generosity of the king and queen of EnglandFor long moment the Dresden chliia lady thought in silence and some thing of sadness Then she roused her self again and asked the one and only royal princess with an American name what in the way of a match she real ly expected What do I expect echoed Virginia Why I wish for the moonno I mean the sun But I dont expect to get It Is that a way of saying you never Intend to marry Im afraid It amounts to that ad mltted Virginia since there is only one man in the world I would have for my husband My dearest A man you have let yourself learn to care for a man be neath you How terrible But you see no one 1 Ive never seen this man AndIm not In love with him That would be too foolish because instead of being beneath hos far far above me Virginia of whom can you be talk- Ing Or is this another Joke Virginia blushed a little and Instead of answering her mothers look of help less appeal stared at the row of tall hollyhocks that blazed along the ivy hidden garden wall She did not speak for an instant and then she said with the dainty shyness of a child pinned to a statement by uncomprehending cId- ers It isnt a Joke Nonsense maybe yet not a Joke Ive always thought of himfor so many years Ive forgotten when it first began He was so great soeverything that appeals to me How could I help thinking about him and putting him on a pedestal I theres no idea of marriage In my mind ofcourse only theres no other man possible after all the thoughts Ive given himno other man in the world My dear you must tell me his nameWhat When Ive described hlmalt mostdo you still need to hear hb name Well then IIm not asham qd to tell Its Leopold Leopold Youre talking of the emperor of Rhaetla As itit could have been anyone else 1 And you have thought of him youve cherished him for years as an Ideal Why you never spoke of him particularly before Thats because you never seriously 0 wanted me to take a husband until this prim dull French Henri proposed film self My thoughts were my own I wouldnt have told you only you see whyOf course my precious child How extremely interesting andand roman tick Again the grand duchess lapsed into silence yet her expression did not suggest n stricken mind She merely appeared astonished with an astonish sent that might turn into an emotion more agreeable Meanwhile it was left for Virginia look vexed vexed with herself She wished that she had not betrayed her poor little foolish secret so shadowy n secret that It was hardly worthy oftho pleclouspleclous immediate Jewel of her soul because had been the jewel of her soul and j one else had dreamed of its existence Now she had shown it to other eyes almost flaunted It Never again could it be a Joy to her In the little room half study half boudoir which was her own there was desk locked in her absence where souvenirs of the young emperor of Rhaetla had been accumulating for years There were photographs which Virginia had contrived to buy secret portraits of Leopold from an early age up to the present when ho was shown as a tall dark cold eyed warm Upped firm chinned young man of thirty There wore paragraphs cut from newspapers telling of his genius- as a soldier his prowess as a jmpun taimjtir uuu nunter or big game with dramatic anecdotes of his haughty courage In time of danger his Impulsive charities his well thought out schemes for the welfare of his subjects ovary walk of life There were black and white copies bold clover pictures ho had painted here was martial music composed by him nnd plaintive folk songs adapted him which Virginia had tried spft to herself on bit little piano when i j r t to 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reports of speeches made by MIX since hit accession to tin throne ntronutu I provempntB lu gnus and un laveutlollI of n net tploslve There wns n swine what crude yot witty play wblcb lie had written and uutnorouH other ords of the accoinpliMhinets un achievements anti oven octuntrlcltlos which lilt built up the jprjnoosa VIr glnlas ideal of this culobratod young I than proclaimed eniperpi after the great revolution eight years ago You are worthy to be ttfl empress Her mothers voice broiie into Vir ginias thoughts She started and I found herself under Inspection by the grand duchess At first silo frowned I then she laughed springing up on quick Impulse to turn earuoit Intoiand so perhaps escape fUrql Chlslng I Yes would I not make an empressIshe echoed stopping out theIe The sun poured over her hair as she stood with uplifted head and threaded It with n network of living gold gleam lug Into the dark gray eyes rimmed I with black lashes and turning them to jewels Her fair skin was as flawless 4u the unsparing light as the petals of repei I no reason should not make an empress dearestIsaid her mother xln pride of beauty and desiring womanlike to promote her childs happiness Stran gar things have happened Only last week at Windsor the dear queen was I saying what a pity poor Henri was not I velfII comes to think of It Its perhaps not I unnatural that Leopold of Rhaetla has never been mentioned for you although there could be nothing against the mar I slag What a match for any woman j n supreme one otl royal girl but would go on her lances to him If I wouldnt said Virginia I might worship him yet he should go on his knees to me r I doubt if those proud knees of his i will ever bend In homage to man or woman replied the grand duchess j But thats a mere fantasy Im serl ous now darling and I very much wish you would be Please Id rather not smiled Vlr thNe t after this mother You know now Thats all thats necessary and But Its not all thats necessary You have put the idea Into my head And Its not an unpleasing idea Be sides it has evidently been In your head for a long time and I should like to see you happysee you in a position such as youre entitled to grace You disti you are the image of your grandmother who was a celebrated beauty and the best blood in Europe runs in your veins You are royal and yetand yet lour circumstances are such that In for the present were somewhat handicapped f Were beggars said Virginia I laughing but it was not a happy JaughICophetua married the beggar maidI the grand duchess reminded her with elaborate playfulness And you j know all sorts of things have hap pened In hIstorymuch stranger than j any one would dare put in fiction If writing of royalties My dear husband I was second cousin once removed to the German emperor though he was treat ed But we mustnt speak of that flll subject always upsets me What i I was leading up to Is thisthough there may be other girls who from a worldly j I j j II Yes would 1 not multo Wl amprcsst point of view are more desirable ntlll youre strictly within the palo from which Leopold is entitled to qhooso his wife and IfIDear little mother thoreL no sucho If1 And as for U10 I wasnt thinking of a worldly point of view vyhe om peror of Ithaetia barely knows that 1 exist And even If by some twit e1o he should suddenly discover that UttloL Princess Virginia Mary Victoria Alex andra Hlldograde of Baumenburg Drlppe was the one suitable wife for him on earth I wouldnt have him want me because I was suitable butbe cause I Will irresistible Id want his love fill his love or 1 would say No you must look somewhere ohm for 3ou1c empress But thats nonsense ilarlin Royal people seldom or V iavi t chance to fall In lovo said the graudn duchess u h JInoth lug but spoil nil 0tleN fut and oblige out to do stupid U4riui things whub ono hates Novortholcss noblesse does oblige prophetedarc arranged for women of our flea we mUst content ourselves the hope that love may come after marriage or If not we must go on do toIus Bothor duty broke out Virginia Thank goodness In those days not all kingdaagainst tel will I hato that everlast ling cant about duty in marriage Whon people love oach other theyre kind and good and sweet and true be cause its a Joy not because Its a loyI wouldntIshould despise him If he were less or more exacting yourM that no one hears you except myself said the grand duchess But at this moment when clash of tongues and ocIof letters Virginia who was a neglectful cor respondent had nothing but two or three important looking envelopes claimed attention from the grand duch ess and as soon as the ladles were once more alone together In the sweet scented garden she broke tho crown stamped seal of her son Adalbert now by adoption crown prince of Hungarla Open the others for me dons she demanded excitedly while I see what Dal has to say And Virginia leisure ly obeyed wondering whether Dais news would by and by be passed on to her It was always an event when 1n long letter came from him and the grand duchess Invariably laughed and asIletter was not given to the crown princes sister There was a note today from an old friend of her mothers of whom Vlr ginla was fond and she had just be gun to be Interested In the third para graph all about an adorable Dandy DInmont puppy when an odd half stifled ejaculation from the grand duchess made the girl lift her eyes- I Has Dal been having something be yond the common in the way of adven tures she inquired dryly Her mother did not answer but she had grown pink and then pale Virginia began to be uneasy What is the matter Is anything wrong she asked Nonothing In the least wrong far from It indeed but oh my child I Mother dear what is It Something so extraordinary so wonderfulI mean as a coincidence that I can hardly speak I suppose I cant be dreaming You are really talking to me In the garden arent you I am and I wish you were telling me the mystery Do dear You look awake only rather odd iIt would be strange if I didnt look odd Dal says Dal says What has he been doinggetting engaged No It Isyour emperor not Dal who talks of being engaged Oh said Virginia trying not to speak blankly trying not to flush try ing not to show in any way the sudden sick pain In her hearttOf course she was not In love with him Of course though she had been childishenough long ago to make him her ideal and foolishly faithful enough to keep him so she had always known that he would never be more to her than a shadow emperor Some day he would marry one of those other royal girls who were so much more suitable than she That would be natural and toldCnow that the news had come now that the royal girl was actually chosen and she must hear the letter and read about the happy event In the newspa pars it was different She felt sud denly cold and sick under the blow hurt and defrauded and even Jealous She knew that she would hate the girl some wretched commonplace girl with stick out teeth perhaps or no fig ure and no Idea of tho way to wear her clothes or do her hair But she swallowed hard and clinch ed her fingers under the voluminous letter about Dandy DInmont Oh so our friend Is going to be married she remarked lightly That depends replied the grand duchess laughing mysteriously with a catch In her voice ns If she had been a nervous glrlthnt depends You must f guess But no I wont tease you My dear my dear after Dais letter Coming as It has come In the midst of such n conversation I shall be a firm believer in telepathy This letter on its way to us must have put the thoughts Into our minds and the words on our tongues It may bo that the emperor f Rhaetla will marry It may not for my sweet beautiful girl It depends upon you 4 Mo The voice did not sound to Virginia like her own Was she too dreaming Were they both In a dream lie wishes to marry you All the letters dropped from Vir ginias lapdropped and fluttered to tho grass slowly like falling rose leaves Scarcely knowing what she did she clasped her hands over the young bosom shaken with the sudden throbbing her heart Perhaps such a betrayal of feeling by a royal maiden decorously sued by proxy for her was scarcely correct but Virginia o thought for rules of conduct aa hadj down for her IConTl11DttA7 too often by tier tho Will be President This is presidential year and every man must read to keep posted on politics Th- eCourierJournal Henry Watterson Editor Is a Democratic Newspaper but it prints the news as it develops One dollar a year is the price of the Weekly Courier=Journal But you can get that paper and the Hopkiiisville Kentuckian Both one year for 250If vou will giveor send your order to this paperNOT to The Courier Journal Daily CourierJournal 600 a Year Sunday CourierJournal 200 a Year We can give you a combination 7 CIK rate on these if you will write this paper The i LDuisville TimesI- s e- J the livest afternoon paper pub lished anywhere It pi ints the news right ui to the minute Four or more editions 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I i r v4 EJPPEAL ISMADEI w 3tor Money to Send Speaker- Ild Workers Among the People Acting For Federation of W H aliens Clubs Mrs Yost Sends Out Letter The following letter has been sent put by klrtl Frank Yost of this city pelting for the Kentucky Federation F 1f Womens Clubs to citizens in th pity and throughout tho county DEAR S- mYOa Kentuckys rank in illiteracy among the states Thirtyseventh on the list when positions are reckoned from the il literacy of the total population Fortysecond on the list when po Tsitions are reckoned from the illiteracy of the white population alonet But do you know that she is 48th ion the list when positions are reck oned from the illiteracy of the native white voters Do you know that according to the fast census reports Kentucky is giving only an average of 90 days of schooling to her children only New Mexico doing worse while the ma jority of the other states are giving 1 anywhere from 130 to 180 days of schooling to their children Do you know that the average Dumber of days attended by each child enrolled in Kentucky is only 55 while the average number of days attended by each child enrolled in I Indiana is 104 Do you know that Kansas has overI 240000 fewer children of school age than Kentucky and spends over 2 millions dollars more upon their schoolingDo know that 10 of the bestt counties in Kentucky noted for their wealth good roads and historic families have twice as many illiter aces as the whole state of Massachu setts and more than twice as many as the whole State of Nebraska Are such conditions good for our government our commerce or our inductryIlliterate people are neither producers nor consumers Their de mands are few and demands make businessDo not see that this question of education is a business question and of vital importance to business interestsThe of Kentucky have long seen the terrible portent of present conditions and we have pledged our selves to their betteringSWe will give our time our ener gies our talents and our prayers to this work but one thing more we need and that is money We want your money Will you not send us one dollar Send us more if you wish or less We need money to send speakers and workers among the people for the purpose of organizing School Improvement Leagues in every county and locality We need money to send pamphlets and circulars among the people telling them what to do for their schools and how to do it We need money to give specific aid to certain little country schools that are in most need of help We are counting on you to help icusin this workRespectfully MRS FRANK YOST ofSodaLaxative Cough Syrup has relieved coughs and Colds where all other remedies failed Its gentle laxative effects especially recommend it for children It is pleasant to take For coughs coldshoarsenesswhoop ing cough Money refunded if not satisfied Sold by Anderson Fowler Drug Co Incorporated The tour of Mayor of Laugh I I land which will be billed here March 20th is provingso satisfactory j that Manager Nirdlinger of th Nixon and Zimmerman enterprises is contemplating putting out two or ganizations for next season on e play the East and the other the West exclusively In the mean time jolly Tom Water is holding up his good record op the Ohio circuit 4rHam Bt jx u Personal GossipJIrmr N relaSMiss Daisy Nolen has returned from a visit to friends in Madison ville Mesdames Joseph Rash T W Gardiner and Misses Ruby Rash and Laura Laffoon of Madisonville who visited friends here have returned homeMrs C G Duke who was critically ill of erysipelas at her sisters near Princeton for several weeks had so far recovered as to be able t return home Friday but since that hasegalled In again Mr C G Duke who has been in Los Angeles Cal visiting his daugh ter Mrs Shrader was expected home this week buthe was injured in a street car accident on his return from San Francisco to Lo Angeles and has been detained son e time on that account He is expect home within the next ten days or two weeks Walter Harned spent Sunday in Madisonville Frank Pepper returned from Chi cago Saturday where he had gone to buy goods I Mr Daryl Bogard left Friday afternoon for Lafayette Kyj where he will spend two weeks Mr Bo gard was formerly in a bank at that place and is returning there to assist in the work during the absence of the cashier who was called away on account of the death of a rela tiveOwensboro Messenger Rev Millard A Jenkens left yes terday for Atlanta where he will take part in a Bible conference this weekMrs Manning Brown has returned from Texas Dr Brown is expected home in about a month McClure Kelly of Houston Texas arrived Friday on a short visit to his parents enroute home from the East Miss Myrtie Lindsay is visiting in Milan Tenn Leslie Boxley late with the C R Clark Grocery Co has accepted a position with the Planters Hardware CoEli Adams of Church Hill left Monday for the East to make his purchase of spring goods Lewis Guthrie of Indiana is hereon a visit to relatives Woman loves a clear rosy com plexion Burdock Blood Bitters pu rifiestbe blood clears the skin re stores ruddy sound health HERE AND THERE Mid Mollie Escue wes awarded 2270 damages in a breach of prom ise suit against King Mayhew at Franklin Ky- Tammany is said to have decided not to return W Bourke Cockran and Francis Burton Harrison to Con gressDrs Oldham Osteopaths 705 S Clay St Hopkinsville Ky Workmen excavating a cellar near Fullerton Ky dug up a potcontain ing 5000 in gold coins Jas H Fletcher the oldest man in Eestern Kentucky died at Mt Ster ling aged 116 years For bargains in real estate call on J F ELLIS Revenue agent Hopkins has sued the Louisville Water Company for 29050 in fines for nonpayment of taxes from 1906 to 1908 List your real estate for sale with- J F ELLIS The trial of Giuseppe Alia charged with tne murder of Father Leo is scheduled to begin in Denver today The kind your grandfather used andhe was of rare judgment Profit by his experience and use Old 1 W Harper whiskey Sold by W R Long Hopkinsville Ky At Rapid City S D Mrs Charles S Barbour shot and killed her adop ted daughter during a trivial quarrel MIII no cno CAI E etItfrV i VII vinuu Some nice three and four year old mules for sale fat and ready to put to work Will sell on time if pre ferred and give get money on tobacco J it8ssociationlW Gray Ky R F D 3 I Rings ound1 EyesIS t J CAMEJ Can 1Jmpttq1Jt Chester Walker son of Geo W Walker died at the hoose of his Fridaysr He had been living in Louisville for severalmonths and had been ill sometime About ten days ago he Wa brought here Mr Walker had been twice married his first wife being dead His second wife who was Miss Maggie Cookp Memphis survives him Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon and the interment took place in Riverside cemetery To get well and keep veil take MCLEANS CORDIAL Proved by more than fifty years of uses to be the very best health preserver strength maker and blood purifier 50 cents and 100 pen botte at all dealers I MRS THOMPSON Daughter of Alxander Camp bell Died in Washington Mrs Virginia Campbell Thompson for thirteen years postmaster in Louisville and one of the bestknown women in Kentucky died in Washington Saturday Death was due to cancer and came after an illnes- of five weeks News ol her illness was known to only a few of her Kentucky friends and Mrs Thom sons death was a profound shock to them adisItinguished ter of the Rev Alexander Campbell founder of the Christian Church I which was at one time caned the Campbellite Church She was born at Bethany W Wa seventy four years ago When a young woman she was married to William R Thompson a brilliant Kentucky lawyer and came to this State with her husband to live Col Thompson was regarded as one of the leading lawyers of the Louisville bar Although seventyfour years of age Mrs Thompson was well pre served and appeared to be about twenty years younger She is sur vived by two sons Alexander Campbell Thompson a prominent news paper man in Pittsburg and Robert Thompson a railroad official a1dt an invalid daughter Miss Virginia Thompson who was with her at Washington Mrs Thompson is al so survived by a sister Mrs Bessie Barkley the wife of the former consul to Tanguier Africa She was a cousin of the wife of the late Senator Patterson of Colorado Mrs Barkley lives in Bethany W Va the old Campbell home and it is there that Mrs Thompson will be buried ManZan Pile Remedy comes ready to use put up in a collapsible tube with nozzle attached One applica tion proves its merit Soothes and heals reduces inflammation and re lieves soreness and itching For all forms of Piles Price 50c Guaran teed Sold by AndersonFowler Drug Co Incorporated Pension For Teachers The Wallace which makes pro visions for pensioning school teach ers in Louisville Who may become physically or mentally disabled after twentyfive years service passed the House The bill provides 300 yearly pen sion for teachers who receive a sal ary of less than 1200 per annum and 600 yearly pensions for those who receive more than 12QO salary soreICures it in few hours Relieves any pain in any part r The ills peculj1 to women tako dtffeant forms Some fctios suffer every month from dark rings round thetreyesi blotches on their skin and tired feeling ChessGffrraoe3ofpan that words can hardly e24presa Whatever tho symptoms remember there is ono medicine that will go beyond mere symptoms and aCt on the causo of their troubles tho weakened womanly Wine of Cardriii Mrs M CiAustln of Memphis Tenn writes For five 5 years I suffered with every symptom a of female disease but after using the wellknown Cardut Home Treatment I was entirely Well WRITE USA LETTER VIIU3 Ril yM EXPECTED HAPPENEDtr Man Accused of Night Riding Gets Speedy Acquittal PrincetonKy Match CThe trial of John T Jacksonbegun in the Circuit Court here terminated in the acquittal of Jackson Jackson was accused of being a member of the night riders which destroyed the twos tobacco factories at this place on the night of November 301907 The jury was out only 15 minutes One of the principal witnesses found a bundle of switches at his door the morning before he testified There are two other cases to be tried OAsJonXABe- ars thethe Kind You Have Always Bought ilycf3250 EXCURSION To New Mexico on Morning of March 17 Persons desiring to go to Roswell ew Mexico can leave here on the morning of March 17th 3250 for round trip 80000 acres of land in the rich Pecas Valley for sale by TallmadgeBuntin Land Co For I particulars apply to John Y Owsley or B S Winfree STILL AT IT IN LYON- s Another Incendiary Fire In- Sight of Our State Peni J tentiary t Eddyville Ky March 7Accom panied by a smell of coal oil the barn of Walter Melone containing four head of horses and mules val ued at1000 burned early this morn ing Incendiaries are supposed to have poured the oil and set the place afire The doors were locked and the stock perished Dont cough your head offwhen you can get a guaranteed Remedy in Bees Laxative Cough Syrup It is especially recommended for chil dren as it is pleasant to take is a gentle laxative thus expelling the phlegm from the system For coughs colds croup whooping xonchialtroubledersonFowler Drug Co Incorpor ated Big Failure In Paducah The ThompsonWilson Co whole sale liquor dealers Paducah has gone into bankruptcy with assets 42250 and liabilities 160000 Many arehardand wide WANTED I We want agents in all parts of the U S to sell our famous Dr Williams Pills Send us your name and ad dress and we will send you 12 boxes to sell at 25c per box when sold send us the 3 and receive a full set of cooking vessels consisting of a 2 4 and 6 quart vessels A limited num ber of these vessels are given to introduce our Pills Order quick DR WILLIAMS MEDICINE COM PANY ROSEVILLE OHIO Desperate Dash Three life convicts attempted to escape from the Deer Lodge Mont penitentiary by cutting the throats of Warden Conley and Assistant Warden Robinson Robinson died almost instantly but Conley managed to shoot down two of the convicts ManZan Pile Remedy Price 50c is guaraqteed Put up ready to use One application prompt relief to any form of Piles Soothes and heals Sold by AndersonFowler Drug Co Inop rntedl IIciiij9IIIi iJ If5If riMRS FANNIE WILSON 9 Of Howell Dies After Long i Illness Mrs Fannie Wilson of Howell widow of Dr E A Wilson died Sunday night She was about 65 years old and had been ill of a complication of diseases for many months Mrs Wilson was a mem ber of the Baptist church and was a woman held in the highest esteem by all who knew her She is survived by three children 0 M Wilson Mrs Graves Lyle and E A Wilson The interment will take place jn the family burying ground at Howell today Ham sacksfor sale at this office rJ Tl TT 111111 1 I A INFANTRY ASSIGNMENT For Second Lieutenant Simon r Bolivar Buckner Jrr r Washington March 7The Ken tucky graduates pf this years class of West Point whose names have been sent to the Senate as Second t Lieutenants have been assigned to service as follows = Virgil Lee Peterson of Henderson county to the Corps of Engineers Richard Donovan of McCracken WoodburyArtillery Corps Simon Bolivar Buckner Jr of Hart county and Thomas Jefferson Johnson of Henderson county to the infantry t In Presidential Year 1908 Those Who Want the TRUTH Should Read uAn Independent Newsp THE EVENING POST DURING THE YEAR 1008taCOSTS LESS THAN ONE CENT A DAY FREEA New Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas From Isaac Shelby to Augustus E Willson AU of Kentuckys Governors The only complete new in existence Every true Kentuckian should have a copy In his hue or o1f1ceIJUST OFF TILE ritESS is the new Kentucky map Engraved especially for the Evening Post at a cost of = 3600 In addition to this uptothemlnuto Kentucky map and pictures of all Ken tuckys Governors the complete census of all Kentucky towns is given with pictures of all the Presidents of the United States Rulers and Flags of all nations eamshlp routes statistical 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