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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a + r opkinsville Kentuckian COL XXXII HOPKINSVJLLE KENTUCKY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1910 No 116 I ONTIMELY END OF USEFUL LIFE Dr Jas AI Young Died Sat urday In 65th Year r Of His Age OF TUBERCULOSIS Was One of The Most Prom inent Homeopathic Phy sicians in the State f Dr James A Young peacefully passed away Saturday morning af ter a protracted illness jfie had been in failing health for tree years or more but not until a feW months ago did it become evjflent that his malady was a fatal ne and that he was rearing the ofld of his useful career He cjsed his office last summer reUifed from practice and fod the end with christ ian restoration He rapidly became worsand for several weeks he had bee unable to leave his bed fir Young was born in Bethany jp Va May 18 1846 He was a Kjn of Rev James A Young who afterwards lived and died in Clarks ville Tenn Subsequently his wid ow married Dr Daniel J Gish the first homeopathic physician of Hop kinsville He was raised by his stepfather and studied medicine un der him and the firm of Gish Young built up a very large practice WhiKhuite a young man Dr Young Belletview now Gracey and the editor of the Kentuckian was one of his pupils After completing his education at the State College Lexington he at tended the Hahnemann Institute Philadelphia graduating in 1868 He located in Paducah but returned- to Hopkinsville in 1874 and formed the partnership with Dr Gish which lasted until the formers death He soon attained the highest rank f school of medicine in the fie He served as President of the State Society was a member of the St Louis Homeopathic Society and other similar organizations and was an assistant professor of chil- I drens disease in the Southern Homer opathic College at Louisville He was married in 1870 to Mis Kate Longa sister of the prominen family of bankers To them were born four children two sons and two daughters James A Young Jr and Miss Mattie Young died some years ago The two surviving chil dren are Daniel Youngof Los Ange les California and Miss Ellen Young a teacher in the city schools Mrs Young also survives her hus band Dr Young was a man of liberal education and studious habits He possessed a wide range of informa tion and scholarly culture He loved profession andhis knowledge of D the science of medicine was based on the closest inquiry into the devel opments and advancements during the period of forty two years that he practiced his profession He was noted for his kindness of heart and sympathetic nature He did a great de 1 of practice fox the poor with ouHfhy hope of reward and was in many respects a benefactor and philanthropistHe original advocate of the present graded schools and was a staunch supporter of the schools in the doubtful campaign that reo suited in their establishment thirty years ago He wrote many strong articles advocating the schools He was a life long member of the Christian church a Mason and a Knight of Pythias Dr Young was a man of splen did physique of powerful frame and hi me presence Tuberculosis c seii upon him and strong as he was the dread malady consigned him to an untimely graver Funeral services were hold at the Christian church at three oclock CONTINUFD ON FOURTH PAGE Ao CIRaUIT COURT BEGINS TERM Noted Night Rider Cases are Set For Next Monday GRAND JURY MADE UP Term Will Last Six Weeks And The Docket Is Af Full One The fall term of Christian Circuit Court began yesterday with Judge J T Hanbery presiding It will continue six weeks Empaneling the grand jury was about all that was done yesteaday The petit jury will be made up at the session today The term will be made notable by the trial of what are known as the night rider cases set for next Mon dayDr David A Amoss Newton Nichols Guy Dunning J B Malone Irving Glass and John Robertson are under indictment on three separate counts each for alleged conspiracy and participation in the memorable raid on Hopkinsville December 6 1907 when a band of 300 men burned three large warehouses and other property shot up the town wound ed two men and assaulted a tobacco buyer Dr Amoss is accused of being the General and organizer of the secret clan which infested this region for many months He is a prominent physician of Cobb Ky The other defendents reside in Lyon Trigg and Caldwell counties except Glasswhose nome is at SikestonMo A hard legal battle is expected Chief among the witnesses for the prosecution is Milton Oliver who was wounded from ambush just be fore he was to testify at the last term of court causing a postponement of the cases He is being guarded by soldiers at his home near Lamasco Julian Robertson and Axion Coop r a tenant on Olivers farm who were to have testified were killed a few weeks ago Six men under indictment for Coopers murder are in jail here having been refused bond by Judge Hanbery Court was called to order in the nearly arranged court room with several new features in evidence A tall board has been erected back of the judges stand leaving a passway about 2J feet wide for attorneys to- go from one side of the room to the other without passing in front The clerk is now provided with a table at the Judges right and upon him will devolve the duty of administering oaths to jurors and witnesses This has heretofore been done by the court New paint is everywhere in evidence and everything is as neat as a new pin The following grand jury was empaneledGRAND J M Starling foreman Geo T Herndon M M Cavanaugh J W Hendrix M H Duke T J Mose ley Jas D Hill I N Harned J CI Johnson E W Forbes Fox Hollo way TO USE TELEPHONES Trains Will Be Dispatched By Phone System The Louisville and Nashville rail road is now installing telephone ser vice over this Division says the Evansville Courier The telephone instruments are already in the office of the local dispatcher but the wires have not yet been connected The new system will be ready for service by the first of October it is thought but not later than the middle of the month The establishment of the telephone service over this division will not cause the discarding of the old tele graph service altogether as the tele graph system may be required in an emergency All the present tele graphers will be maintained CHAMBERS COr TO HAVE OPENING Will Entertain Business Men In New Store Oc tober 6 GREAT EVENT PLANNED We Invite Suggestions as To The Nature of The- HouseWarming W A Chambers Co are now in their new building adjoining Place Park on the L N Railroad and are preparing to have a big house warming on October G They will make it a notable event in the histo ry of the city Merchants from all nearby towns will be the guests of honor and there will be all sorts of good things to eat As the first step they have issued the following cardTO THE MERCHANTS MANU FACTURERS AND CITIZENS OF HOPKINSVILLE KY This is to advise that we are now anticipating having a Hopkinsville Day in the nature of an Opening at our building on October 6th 1910 at which time we will enter tain as our guests our merchants and citizens and their guests of Hopkinsville to whom we will de monstrate the different lines we car ry and what we have to offer the merchants and citizens of Hopkins ville and show our appreciation of what they have done for us in the p1stAny who wish to anticipate or h the any suggestions to offer we will be very glad to have them call on us We will appreciate any assistance given towards making this a red letter day for Hopkinsville- We will have with us some of the prominent manufacturers of the country on the date mentioned Respectfully- W A CHAMBERS COMPANY The rapid development of this wholesale grocery is a source of pride to the people of Hopkinsville and now that its third upward move has put it in a commodious and cen trally located building of its own it is a happy idea of the progressive firm to have a blow out to show to the business men just how big a plant it has become A meeting of business men was held last night at which Mr Chambers put on foot his plans to make the affair an important event in the commercial history of the city STRUCK BY TRAIN Arthur Cook of Nashville Loses an Arm A man giving his name as Arthur Cook and his residence as Nashville was struck by a freight train near Latham about 7 oclock Sunday night and knocked from the track He was badly bruised about the face and head and his left arm was crushed necessitating amputation Drs Blakey and Jackson rendered surgical aid It is not thought that Cooks injuries will result fatally CHRISTIAN COUNTY Yearling Sold for 1100 at Lexington At the Lexington stock sale held last week Messrs Williams Rad ford disposed of several colts at good prices One yearling chestnut colt by Imp Ornus out of Perth Center brought 1100 Three others were sold at an average of 300 each W C T U Meeting The W C T U will meet at the Christian church next Thursday afternoon t at 4 oclock PELLAGRA IN ASYLUM Five Cases Have Been Found Among Recent I Patients ONE DEATH RESULTED Three Other Cases Are Be ing Watched And Are Improving Inffirniation of the discovery of five cases of pellagra two of which have already resulted fatally among the inmates of the Western Asylum for the Insane at Hopkinsville was given but by Dr H P Sights the superintendent last week Whileonly a preliminary report has baen made and a great many details are still lacking enough has been learned to establish beyond a doubt the fact that the disease is pellagra All of those afflictedwith it showed ymtoms when they en tered the asylum One man from Owensb ro was so ill with pellagra when fir it brought to Hopkinsville his case vas at once seen to be hope less and he died a short time later The other death occurred recently The three other cases are being carefully watched and everything possible is being done for the pa tientsA I pathological investi gation is now being made by the physicians connected with the asy lum The two deaths just reported are the first occurring in an institu tion for the insane in this State Deaths from pellegra in insane asy lums in Illinois and other middle states have been reported occasion ally The doctors declare that a person suffering from insanity is more susceptible to this dreaded malady than one with a sound mind In Society Society was enlivened last week by several entertainments Mrs Theodore R Troendle entertained in honor of the Euchre Club Friday evening Mr and Mrs Lucian 11 Cayce entertained in honor of Misses Ruth Knight and Alice Coleman Friday night Miss Willie Rust en tertained the As You Like It Club Friday morning Miss Fannie Phelps entertained the Bridge Club Wednesday evening = IV SEED WHEAT 150 bushels tied May and 150 bushels Missouri Fultz wheat for sale Also Gill wheat Price 150 per bu CHARLES E BARKER Pembroke Ky HAVE YOU TRIED Dutch Tea Rusks Just Arrived Also M Swansdown Cake and Graham Flour New Oatflakes W L COOPER CO iivr rtIeIrleI I New Fall i GOODS S uptodatequalitytheNew Persian Silks bands all over to match Dress Goods and Trimmings Novelty Suiting Kimono Cloth Ginghams and Fancy Goods Ladias and III Misses Sweaters Carpets Rugs Matting Oil Cloth and Linoleum LADIES SUITS See niy Line and Get my Prices Before = FaYouBuy l= T M JONES = e f E Main Street Hopkinsville Ky Mol 8I ll loll a Mn nC c cc = =c = = =oc = c4 r I t A- Banking Facilities exceptional a thoroughly organized office system this bank has the ability and disposition to extend to its customers every facility warrantedby safe conservative banking Three per cent Intoroston Time Certificates of doooslt EOU 11 Cr L = = k aJ = 10 nl f Ir = WYJ CW U Wfir E E Lora President w T TANDY Cashier JNO B TUICE VicoProsldent CITY BASK TRUST CO CAPITAL STOCK 6000000 SURPLUS EARNED 8000000 This Bank is prepared to act as Executor Administrator Guardian Trustee And perform duties in all fiduciary capacities THREE PER CENT ON TIME DEPOSITS JEr1 r w 7 IJL 0 I FIRST NATIONAL BANK KOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKY UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY Only National Bank In This Community Capital S7500000 Surplus 2500000 Stockholders Liability 7500000 ISSUES TRAVELERS CHECKS GOOD IN ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD HAS REGULAR SAVINGS DEPARTMENTf Three Per Cent Interest Paid on Savings a J Time Deposits Service Best Prices Lowest j N One Rate to All Residence Professional Business 300IIThe Hopkinsville Dome Telephone CO Incorporated D G EDWARDS Gen Mgr Telephone No 1444 i t j v iiI1 ft JJh4r I i I XIH5 klI Hli l L- dI j J I ACJ J T r V V A NOBLI3RECORD Of many hundreds of thousands of cures forms a well sustained bails for I every claim put forth by the makers of DR PIERCES GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY a remedy for many of the troublesome affections which afflict mankind yet it is not extolled as a cureall by any means No extravagant promises are flaunted before the public to arouse false hopes in the afflicted Your neighbors probably know of some of its many cures ask them jiiThrouuh strengthening and arousing the stomach liver and bowels into vigorous action digestion is promoted whereby the blood is enriched and purified diseascuproducing bac tcria destroyed and expelled from the body and thus It1 j long list of skin scrofulous and kindred affections are overcome and sound vigorous health established The Discovery contains no alcohol and no habitforming drugs and hasj Dl its every ingredient printed on its wrappers This OPEN PUBLICITY places it in a class distinct from the ordinary secret nostrums with which it has no re lationship Physicians therefore do not hesitate to prescribe it in bad cases of indigestion torpid liver or biliousness and in skin and blood affections People of intelligence and keen discernment employ it The Discovery is a pure glyceric extract of native medicinal roots of great curative potency and can in no case do harm to either child or adult The aged find it a great invigorator You can learn more about this time proven and popular Discovery from the 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from May 15th to September 30th 1910 Inclusive with final return limit to October 81st 19JO Below is points to which tickets will be sold and ratesChicago Ills 1650 East View Ky 650 Grayson Springs Ky 580 Cerulean Ky 80 T L MORROW Agent Homeseekers Excursion fares to points in Colora do Idaho Kansas Michigan Mis ours Montana Nebraska Nevada tftah North Dakota South Dakota Wisconsin Arizona Texas Oklaho ma Arkansas Louisiana Mexico New Mexico Wyoming The Illinois Central will sell round trip home seekers excurson tickets to points in the above named states every first and 3rd Tuesday at very reasonably reduced rates For further information call on write or phone ticket agent Illinois Central Cumb 452 T L Morrow Agent Home Seekers rates to the North west and Southwest on first and third Tuesdays For further infor mation call on agent Illinois Central T L MORROW Agent You Bet De man dat thinks hes smarter EbenIbackii I V WpF NYWL THEORY AND- PRACTICE Benny lived In the land of Dont Touch By experiment persistently and shrewdly conducted ho had found It was a land bounded by the imlverM being absolutely Inclusive Toward not one of tho Innumerable bewildering and alluring objects ho- w8 dally discovering could he stretch out his fat pudgy hands Without the voice of fate otherwise mother or nurse girl or father singing out that pestiferous refrain Dont touch IU The worst of it was that whoever sung It out always meant it If the temptation was stronger than his com mon sense ho grabbed the object Then his hands were slapped as a reward for his spirit of investigation At first ho had resented the slapping because he had not learned to correlate cause and effect but now ho was three years and a month old and he had grown philosophical Some things were worth being slapped for and others were not So ho continued to Investi gate with a charming Indifference to the painful results- I cannot understand it Bennys mother declared tragically and often He is a child of even more thun av erage intelligence I dont care if he Is mine he Is awfully smartand he can say little sentences and ho under stands every remark made to him Yet after I have shrieked Dont touch at him till I am weak from lack of breath he goes ahead and handles Ieverything and breaks It I think It must bo natural depravity Maybe hell turn out a criminal Natural fiddlesticks I snapped Den nys youngest aunt who knew more about golf than she did about babies and therefore felt qualified to pose as an authority Its all your own fault and that poor abused little angel Is i simply oppressed and browbeaten Why do you leave things around Why dont you fix the house so it is a real home for your son instead of a regular Tan talus chamber of forbidden sweets- I refuse to upset my whole life and the lives of all my family for the whim of a threeyearold baby said Bennys mother grandly That would be act Ing on the wrong principle Pooh said Bennys aunt When chance gave into her hands for one whole day the house and her nephew she rose to the occasion with a gleam of heroism in her eyes Cheer up Benjamin she said soothingly to that personage who was watching her gravely as she moved about the rooms putting the painted jardiniere on top of the piano making a wall of fragile vases books and ink stands on the high mantel and other wise putting Satan behind the small sinner Cheer up This Is a redlet ter day Not once shall you hear the slogan Dont touch Your intelligent aunt has removed all the untoucha bles Frolic and enjoy yourself and re joice that you have one relative with a spark of justice in her makeup Go ahead and see how you like tt Kiss me angel for being good to you But Benjamin drew the line at that For a long while he sat and eyed the admirable things far beyond his reach and then ho started on his usual prowl Aglow with satisfaction his aunt bur ied herself in a book Tho unusual silence aroused her finally Search revealed Benamin seated happily In the middle of the bed room rug swallowing the last drop from a bottle of hair tonic His frantic aunt wildly swung him by his heels until she remembered that was the remedy for choking instead of poisoning Then she flew to the telephone to consult tho doctor Rushing from that instrument to see If Benjamin was already curled up in convulsions she found him in the kitchen with all the burners of the gas stove turned on and himself a fair example of Incipient asphyxiation In tears of fright she grabbed him and carried him out on the porch Please walk Benny dear she begged Its for your own good But Benny saw no object in walking so ho sat down flat She carried him back and forth to provide him with as much fresh air as possible In tho midst of it he pulled a sharp pin from her hair and stabbed himself within a fraction of an inch of his eye Dont you dare move and dont you dare touch a thing till I come back sho warned him hysterically as she left him and went to hunt the court plasterWhen she returned Benny had pulled a whole row of books off tholr shelf torn some of them and cut a hole in a lace curtain with her embroidery scissors With it all he still maintained an unruffled cheerful demeanor and seemed in his usual state of health He was still looking for more things to investigate and she had no doubt that he would find thorn She gave it up as hopeless and sat down to guard her prisoner Bennys mother coming in quietly heard a pathetic Dont touch It was followed by a peremptory Dont touch I This in turn was followed by a sharp spat on Bennys naughty handsI surprised at you said Ben nys mother to Bennys aunt I thought you considered that command foolish and unnecessary I understand that you advocated moral sua sion and a houso denuded of brian brao as I see you have denuded this I Well so I dol declared Bennyfl aunt valiantly though wearily But you seacrthat is Benny is an ex ceptionally stubborn chUdlI Have You Ever Said- I dont see how all the Magazines live Undoubtedly you have Probably you nave often stood before some news stand and wondered what magazines to buy There are a lot magazines Most of them are mighty good and most of them live be cause they are good But theres one magazine that not onlylives but GROWS There are fifteen or more goodreasons for this in every issue These reasons are its un beatable featuresthe special articles obtainedat + enormous costthe best fiction in the worldand its powerful sincere editorial purpose The September number for example Every feature is a big one It is actually stuffed with big vital newsin formation that you ought to have articles that explain things stories that every member of your family will read with intense 1 delight Here are some of the extra good things t 1 Splendid Fiction Heatonrse by Arthur Stringer fi Alice Brown Mary George Fitch and John Fleming Wilson The Tooth TinkersAn account bkRoy L McCardell- of 9 Painless Parkers and their swindles The Czar of Footwear Startling facts11 brand new about the Shoe Machinery Trust 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ADMISSION TiCKETS and reserved seats will be on sale day In THE DRUG GOS STORE at exactly the sans price in the regular ticket wagons on the grounds r r Market Report i Sept 15 1910 ICorrectedGROCERY PRICES Country lardgood color and clean 17c per pound Country bacon 18c per pound Blackeyed peas 500 per bushel Country shoulders 15c per pound Country hams 22c per pound Irish potatoes 100 per bushel Northern eating Burbank pota toes 100 per bushel Northern eating Rural potatoes SlOO per bushel Potatoes Irish 25c new 25c peck Sweet potatoes 150 per bushel Yellow eating onions 100 per bushelRed eating onions120 per bushel Dried Navy beans 345 per i bushel 1 Cabbage New 5 and 10 cents a headDried Lima beans 6ic per pound Country dried apples lOc per poundCountry dried peaches lOc per pound If Daisy cream cheese 25c per poundFull cream brick cheese 25c per pound Full cream Limberger cheese 25r per pound Popcorndried on ear2c per pound Fresh Eggs 25c per doz ChoicQ lots fresh wellworked country butter in pound prints 25c FRUITS Lemons 30c per dozen Navel Oranges25c80c45c porldoz I Bananas 20c and 25c doz New York State apples 450 toI ijPOO per barrelICash Price Paid For Produce- POULTRY Dressed hens 15c per pound Dressed cocks 7c per pound live hens lie per pound live cocks 4c pound live turkeys 14c per i poundiDressed geese lie per i choice lots live 5J Fresh country eggs 25 cents pet r fdytit CENiR Q CAGES OF WILDBEASTS UO ELEPHANTS ACRES I S7400 DAiinmKSEs IlIJ7 ltilJllflffl jjJitJlJJlll H01 Off JIj8000LB3I GREfiilJmrn RIDERSTHE I PERFORMANCES numbered show ANDERSONFOWLER charged show Fresh country butter 2nc lb A good demand exists for spring chickens and choice lots of fresh country butterHAY AND GRAIN Choice timothy hay 17 00 No1 timothy hay 20 00 No2 timothy hay 20 00 Choice clover hay 12 50 No1 clover hay 12 50 No2 dover hay 12 00 Clean bright straw hay 8 00 Alfalfa hay 16 00 White seed oats 65c Blackseed oats 60c Mixed seed oats 60c No2 white corn 85c No2 mixed corn 85c Winter wheat bran 2200 Chops 350 ROOTS HIDES WOOL AND TALLOW Prices paid by wholesale dealers to butchers and farmers Roots Southern ginseng 575 Ib Golden Seal yellow root 135 11 Mayapple 3J pink root 12c and 13i TallowNo 1 4i No2 4c WoolBurry lOc to 17c Clear Grease 21c medium tub washed 2Sc to 30c coarse dlngytubwashed 18c to 23- cFeathersPrimewhlte goose 50c dark and mixed old goose 15c to 30c gray mixed 15c to 30c white duck 22c to 35c new Hides and SkinsThese quotations tire for Kentucky hides Southern green hides 8c We quote assorted lots dry flint 12c to 14c 910 bet ter demand AnydaaPending atetcbatiddeactlftadinl1 1ulnllW 0Ilrorlnlo11loewbetJmr II meat nn 1 probably e onPatent+ i iecurtnrtwtyntiIMtenti IT ttl1 notlce ui riio Scientific JlttieriCcm Aba dsoell Iilnstrelel wMkl Iarcest ate mmtlon of nnJ eianitinScums Perms 15 newde W f INfrnCOoIInradwYiNOWtYe- BUIRERLANDS i- Itlncb q EAGLE ft orlds Panama Exposition- The contest between New Orleans and Snn Francisco for the Worlds PunMntt Exposition In 1915 runs merrily on The New Orleans Ex position Committee is distributing throughout the country a logical point map according to whlchthere are seventy cities within an average distance of 900 miles from New Orleans with a combined population of 20000 while within the same average distance of San Francisco there are only eight cities having a combined population of 1000000 people New Orleans principal claim is that if the exposition be given to San Francisco of this country would be penalized 200000000 in railroad fare over what it would cost to go to the Cres cent City KY ASSOCIATION Race Meeting Lexington Ky Sept 1928 1910 The Illinois Central will sell round trip tickets to Lexington Ky ac count the above occasion at the rate of one and onethird first class one way fare plus 25 cents Dates of sale Sept 19 to 28 1910 Return limit Tickets will be limited to reach original starting point not later than midnight of Sept 291910- T L MORROW Agent I TRISTATE Vehicle and Implement Deal ers Association Cincinnati Olio Sipt 2429 1910 The Illinois Central will sell round trip tickets to Cincinnati Ohio ac count the above occasion at the rate of 9 40 for the round trip Daes of sale Oct 22 23 and 24 1910 Return limit Tick ets good to reach original starting point not later than midnight of October 31st 1910T Morrow Agent Kentucky Fair Dates Falmouth September 284 days Owensboro October 44 days Bedford October 72 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville September 126 days Faces Death to Save Hone Bqssle M Baker a clever young horsewoman of Lynn Mass fs so de voted to her horso that she faced death lately rather than take the chanco of losing him She looked straight into the barrel of a revolver held by a bandit and clung to the bridle of the home though she was threatened with Instant death If she did not drop It Wash Iwankowskl t Russian bandit who with two others lately killed a shoo manufacturer and started to run away wltn 916000 In coin and bills rushed down one of tho main thoroughfares revolver In hand In front of the home of Charles Ba ker city official and former member of the Rtato legislature he saw a horse waiting for Miss Baker He rushed up and grabbed tho bridle from the groom He started to mount but Miss Baker darted from the house grabbed the bridle which by that time was stained with blood tram a wound which the bandit had received and started to scream The robber pointed tho revolver at her and throat ened to shoot It she did not drop It Miss Baker pluckily held the bridle and screamed all the louder finally forcing the bandit to tako to hIs heels Useful May I escort you to the swimming party tomorrow Mills Ethel Why yes Id like to go thank you but mother will have to chaperon me Dodo you think thats neces saryOf course I do Im never afraid when mothers along Mother knows Just what to do for cramps and she can swim like a champion duck Enterprising storekeeper There is n double sign in front of a store in a Now York cross street that extends to a Jersey ferry that Is Intended to catch trade coming and going On tho west side of the sign are those words Stop In and Got Our Goods and Leave Them Until You Aro on Your Way Homo On th + east side of the sign Is this Injunction Dont Forget to Come In and Got tho Goods You Bought This Morning Too Pleasant to Be Proper Heading In bed has long been cone demned as a harmful Indulgence Now comes the London Lancet and says that It Is no moro harmful to read In belt than anywhere else if you havo the light placed right and do not hold the book too close to your eyes But reading In bed Is such a pleasant thing that Jt really does not seem as if it could be right CMldren CryFOR FLETCHERS c ANIMALS CAN AND DO REASON Abundant Proof Is Seen In Itfcldent In Which Cow and Steer Are i Involved- I As proof that animals can and do reason tho following incident is re i lated by a closo observer A cow and a steerthe latter two years oldI were the only occupants of the barn- yardI where the occurrence took I place A baiting of hay was put out to them the cow taking possession The steer wished to share it but the- I cow was selfish and bent on taking I the whole of it As often aa the getIher sharp horns The steer was so persistent however that the old cow gotangry and made a vicious charge at the steer punishing him severely although he was her own offspring The steer felt badly hurt not only in body but evidently in mind as well He started down the lane j toward the pasture where the rest of the cattle were grazing bellowing vengeance at every step in a lan guage which was unmistakable and which the mother well understood as she ceased eating and listened in tently When the noise diedaway she resumed her ration but with evident apprehension Presently the steer was seen returning bring ing with him a companion larger and stronger than himself As they approached the rumbling ofrnge and revenge could be again heard which grew louder as they came nearer The cow took in the situa tion at once and was now terror stricken As her assailants rushed into the yard she dodged them and rushedout at lifeanddeathspeed and away toward the rest of the stock in the field with her pursuers close in her track NOT SURPRISED GeraldinePa has forbidden you the house Gerald Well I never expected to get itetlCITALIAN DUKE A WORKER The harder the duke of Abruzzi works the better he likes itsuys a member of his last expedition He is indefatigable and his scientific enthusiasm rouses even the most phlegmaticOf exploration as carried on by the duke is a most expensive enterprise He thinks nothing of engaging from 300 to 500 natives to work for him He is very kind to his people and while sometimes risk ing his life and healthrecklessly enough he insists that his owork ers observe the most minute precau tions When marching at great heights the duke excused a number of his people sending them back to places of safety but himself climbed to the enormous altitude of G300 meters or 20GG9 feet DOGS LONG CHASE AFTER THIEF John Brooks Dick Cousin and John Walker negroes accused of robbing the bank of South lull Mecklenburg county Virginia at a preliminary hearing before three magistrates in South Hill voro hold for tho grand jury and committed without bail In a signed statement issued recently Cashier Thomas A Bryson gives Suffolk bloodhounds a portion of credit for the burglars capture One of tho thiovcs was chased 18 miles by dogs AN EXODUS Did you get rid of the flies I dont know said Mrs Corn tossel After we had burnedcar bolic ucid on a hot shovel and made a smudge of some kind of powder and scattered oil of sassafras around- I dont believe any flIes could stay is USJQlQd I 1 Pale=Faced Women complexIonsdarkout expressions you need a tonic The tonic you need fs Cardui the womans tonic It is the best tonic for women because its ingredients are specifically adapted for womens needs They act on the womanly organs and help to give needed strength and vitality to the wornout womanly frame Cardui is a vegetable medicine It contains no minerals no iron no potassium no lime no glycerin no dan gerous or habitforming drugs of any kind It is perfectly harmless and safe for young and old to u- se4eCARDUIJ43 The Womans Tonic After my doctor had done all he said he could for me writes Mrs Wm Hilliard of Mountainburg Ark I took Car dui on the advice of a friend and it helped me so much Before taking Cardui I had suffered from female troubles for five years but since taking it I am in good health I think there is some of the best advice in your book that I ever saw Your druggist sells Cardui Try it 11 f 4 TeasforI It BEWARE OF THE GASOLINE At All Times Extreme Watchfulness Is Necessary With This Neces sary Fluid Take warning Is a motto that should bo pasted In large letters on every bottle and can of gasoline that is leapt In the house This cleansing fluid Is as useful as it Is dangerous under careless han dung Here are a few precautions which observed will reduce danger to a minimumKeep when not In use aa In many cases fire Insurance Is lost If it can be proved that gasoline was on the promises Be careful how you clean gloves on the arm Dreadful accidents have happened In this way Never keep the gasoline can near the coal oil can They look tttdmttcft alikeA woman went to light a lamp and discovered that it flanged in a curout way Indeed shot up almost to the ceiling It was discovered later that tho maid had filled the lamp with oil until one can was exhausted then had taken the gasoline can which looked exactly like It A slightly smaller proportion of the oil and great have been the tragedy wouldI Do not close a house for the mer with gasoline or coal oil though you may think It Is securely rput away In the N Kfft A hot iron and blotting paper will remove grease from wall paper Use stron coffee and a few drops of ammonia to clean black coats One tablespoonful of water or milk should be allowed for each egg In an omeletwRico will absorb three times Its measure of water and a larger qunntl ty of milk or stock Allow from four to six eggs to each quart of milk In making custard to bo turned from the mold When making hot starch add a tablespoonful of sugar This will retain the stiffness longer than usual The ordinary French dressing three tablespoons oil one and onehalf tablespoons vinegar onequarter level teaspoon salt oneeighth level teaspoon pepper will moisten one pint of salad The creaking of a door can be stopped by rubbing the hinge with a little soap or lard If the door sticks soap rubbed on the place whore It binds will allow It to shut easily Cluimola gloves should be washed on the hands with mild soap and wa ter Then take off anti rinse in water that is lukewarm and has a table spoonful of olive oil well mixed before putting In tho gloves Dry in tho shade HousekeepersAnpresent for tho girl who expects to go to housekeeping In a small apartment IB a sot of cook books In n small rack tho size to stand in the pantry Stand books and all are not moro than six inches square yet contain a number of valuablo recipes attracUvelyboundgilt edges and the titles lettered on the back There is a book on cocktails a book on odd dishes on sand wiches and on tho chafing dish Where Living Is Too easy Fainthearted men aro the fruit of luxurious countries Hero- dotueCASTOR I AT- or Infants and Children Ibi Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Yep I had an auto once but X couldnt keep it How wuz dat De feller wot owned it caught me WOMAN IN MAINE COURTS For the first time in the annals of the United States circuit court of the Maine district has a woman- been admitted to practise before tho federal courts Upon the motion of Arthur Chapman assistant United States district attorney Miss Eva E Bean of Old Orchard has been admitted to practise in the United States circuit court by Judge Hale and thus she has the distinction of being the first woman to be oho ored in the state She has been read ing law for some years in the officetof J 0 Bradbury taco gIle1 what over a year ago she was admitted to the bar and practised after passing a successfulexamination Others have been granted such honors but up to the present she is the only woman in Maine granted the privilege of appearing in the fed eralcourts J A LONG WAY IN A man with stubby chin whiskers and wearing a cop with flaps tiedat the top in a bow dashed into tho revolving door ofa Chicago office building and kept chasing this im proved turnstile round andround until nearly exhausted he lurched pim out on the outer side and pau rd to catch his breath M You seem tuckered a bitom mented n tenant who was about to make the exit by the way the other had comeI think twas so durnod far in here 1 declared the rural via itor between Ups Why I was nearly a half hour gittin through that thar windin alleys ONE IS NEVER THE OTHER There are two kinds of widows H4 Oh I knowgrass and sod Thats an old fiLet mo finish Im talking about regular widows There aro two kinds lovely ones and lonely ones Wherein Money Has Value Strictly speaking money Is neither good nor ill It is a forco like watr or wind or electricity and in IL i is therefore without moral quan ty- t Is a force made good or bad by Its use Hlllls il1 SQtf1tf aticSalat HMw r1FI i11 MUleklTILLR MTGCAl1L ZIflIZZ 1f1ftO II ffiopkinsville Kentuckian Published Every Other Day JOESDAY THURSDAY and SATURDAY MORNINGS BY j CHAS M MEACHAM tared at the Hopklntvlllo rostolBw M Second Claw Mall blattor- SUasCBIPTIOH RATES OKKYEAR liC- ONTUS 100 50 05GLEAdvortlalnsr Rata on Application 313 I SOUTH MAIN STREET IIIThe Weather tJ FOR KENTUCKY Unsettled IIwith showers and cooler Tuesday Island Democrats will name willthpit up a strong fight to elect a t ernor when the rest of the country apes Democratic Mrs Roscoe H Sanborn of Brook Urn who is suing her husband for divorce names 185 lady corespon dents whose letters were found in l Roscoes strong box Dr H K Snyder and wife who i exhibited Baby Incubatorat the State Fair and let three of the ex I bits die have been fined 242 The I t children wore of mature birth and died while being exhibited I Mrs Bessie Raiche the Wisconsin aviator who came to grief a few days ego while trying out her new biplane redeemed herself Saturday by making seven short flights over the Mineola L1 trying groundr Jay Bowerman was nominated for governor in the Republican primary its Origon Saturday by 1200 majori fty Oswald West won the Demp vatic nomination for Governor Hafferty Insurgent was nominated for Congress in the Second district bf 2000 majority Both parties will nominate State Tickets in New York this week The Republicans will meet at Saratoga today with Roosevelt and Sherman rival candidates for Chairman TheI Democrats will meet at Rochester Thursday and will in all probability nominate Mayor Gaynor for Gover Ael RAILROAD WORK Awarded To Hopkinsville Firm of Contractors The Meacham Contracting Co has been awarded a contract to build granitoid platforms around the new passenger station for the L N Railroad at Carmi III The work in eludes about 15000 feet of platform and 1500 lineal feet of concrete curb The Company also has a force ef men constructing a concrete floor j Bathe L N Roundhouse at How e1 Ind I I DR BRADLEY J Appointed Assistant State Veterinarian Dr R L Bradley has been noti fied of his appointment by the State Board of Health of Kentucky as ast distant Veterinarian with authority to make tuberculin tests of dairy tattle and to perform suchother duties aa may be required by the State Veterinarian under the regu Intions of the board ity Elks to Give ShowIThe Elks Lokge is considering the advisability of putting on a minstrel 1sowthis fall W A Wilgus and 4r H Champlin have been named as a committee to look into the inatttr Victor Stallings aged 80 died in the city prison at Henderson Saturday night while in a stupor result ing from a spree I I Beware ot Olntmcns for Catarrh That t Contain Mercury aa mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when CBteriairlt through the mucous services Such article should never ba tued except on prescrip tsfrom reputable physicians as the damage they will do la ten fold to the good you can possl My derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure atamufocturud byF J Cheney it Co Toledo 0 pawns uc mercury and Is taken Internally jictlnjT directly upon to blood and mucous sur lacsrtat the system In buying Hulls Catarrh Oa t boeu yak pot the genuine Itle taken i Mtraall mud made In Toledo Oho by F J 4Rgnt i Trutlmnn4lelr- Mr I o s w www UNTIMELY END s OF USEFUL LiFE-r CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE V Sunday afternoon by Rev HD Smithassisted by Rev C Hi H Branch of the Presbyterian church A large congregation of sorrowing friends heard his pastors eloquent t and loving tribute to his worth as man a citizen and a Christian The pallbearers were Messrs W L Hopper A H Tunks J A Dra per B B Rice Gus K Stevens D D Cayce W R Brumfield and T J McReynolds The body was interred in Riverside Cemetery and the East ern Star Chapter of which he be came a member less than a year ago attended the funeral in a body MRS GRAY DEAD Burial Took Place at Pem broke SundayI Mrs CI L Gray of Bowling Green j formerly Miss Fannie Garnett died in a sanitarium at Evansville and was buried at Pembroke Sunday She was a sister of Mr W F Gar nett of this city W 0 W UNVEILING Of Monuments to Two De ceased Brothers Monuments of Sovereigns E L Bailuy and John Kennedy were un veiled at Riverside Cemetery Sunday by Pearl City Camp W 0 W Prof Barksdale Hamlett made the memorial address and a large crowd was present W E Williamson was Master of Ceremonies There was a line of march headed by Leb kuechers band from the W 0 W hall to the cemetery NOTICE I take this means of advising my friends that I have purchased an interest with Locker Cummings Co incorporated and will hereafter devote my time to the Insurance and Estate business We sell allI lines of insurance fire and lightning windstorm accident Health Bond ing and livestock against death in only first class companies and our adjusting is prompt and liberal Our farm policies are written in the Continental Fire Insurance Co ofI New York and are unexcelled being a farm policy for farmers only Soliciting your business and assuring you of a square deal I remain Yours for business WM H DRAPER with Locker Cummings Co Incorporated Hopper Building opposite Court House Main and Sixth Sts Hopkinsville Ky EXCITING RUNAWAY Buggy Smashed Up But No Other Damage Done Morris Garrott a son of Mr Jeff Garrott of Pembroke stopped at a watering trough on Fifteenth street Sunday morning to water his horse a spirited animal driven to aIbuggy When he got out to unrein the horse the animal became frightened and dashed down Canton street Seventeenth street thence east to Main street and finally wrecked the buggy in front of Mr H D Wal laces A negro boy named Mark Smith who tried to head the horse was run over but escaped injury One wheel of the buggy was broken down and the vehicle turned over the horse stopped of his own ac cord REVIVAL MEETING In Progress at Christian Church at Pembroke A series of meetings began at the Christian church Pembroke Sun day The revival will be conducted by the pastor Rev R V Ferguson assisted by Rev W J Hudspeth of this citystate evangelist of theChris tian church in Kentucky Big Ear of Corn Mr J H Cavanah was exhibiting a sample ear from his corn crop yes terday the ear measuring 12 inches and weighing 12 pounds He has a fine crop raised on his farm near Dogwood Chapel Children Ory Mrw- vrAllfNilliuI MANY SPECIAL DAYS I FOR BIG EXPOSITION 1 i Memphis Atlanta and Chat tan oga to See Appa lllachian Displays i WRIGHT AEROPLANE1 I Program For Third Week of eKnoxvilles Magnificent Exposition I I j Knoxville Tenn Sept 25TIsecond week of the Appalachian Exposition concluded Saturday night in a blaze of glory The exposition is exceeding the hopes of the officials and of the peo pe of Knoxville in that the attrac tions are proving more interesting and upon a much broader scale than even the most optimistic had con ceived The attendance has als- Sbeen very large and the outlook i that the 250000 who have so far visited the exposition will be mor than doubled during the remaining two and one half weeks it is to con tinueThe stellar features of this weeks programs have been the aviation events by the Wright brothers aer oplal1es and the Stroebel dirigible balloons The aeroplane flights be gan on Thursday to continue next week and thousands of people were attracted as a result of this anoj fcbeingderfully successful and very thrilj ing They are the more notable because this is the first appearance of the Wright machine in the Appa lachian region The magnificent and surpassing pyrotechnic display The Battle of the clouds has been witnessed by from 10000 to 12000 people each night and it is to be succeeded thel third week by an even mote thrillm ing spectacular The Fall tit Pornat pelir About 300 people are required out to present each of these displays The bench show presenting more willthan 300 of the finest dogs in the country was opened on Thursday to continue through the week This andshow includes most valuable canines from Kennels in New York Pennsylvania Ohio and many other states in the north and east as well as the best that is to be found in the Appa lachian slatestitOf paramount interest to poultry fanciers will be the pigeon and pheasant show which opens on MonPI day September 26 to continue for one week Pet stock will also be shown This will be the first pigeon display ever presented in the Southern In states The poultry show proper will begin on Monday October of Coal mens day Georgia colored to peoples day and city beautiful daytl have been fittingly observed the past w week and thousands have been attracted as a result of each of these specials The coming week will be brimful of interesting special ceremonials and indications are that the tiineJheldaddressed by Misses Ward and Bon field celebrated English suffragettes who are now in America They came be here from Atlanta where they hadp appeared before womens clubs THIRD WEEKS FEATURES The third week opens Monday with Osteopath day when a wil be carried out by osteopathic physit clans and others interested in that sCIenceThe series of womens congresses will be opened on Monday with a peace conference when subject suggestive of worldwide peace wi be taken up Women from all parts of the south and some of national repute will attend these conferences Park City day will also be celebrated at the beginning of the week Park City being Knoxvilles largest suburb and adjacent to the bound aries of which the exposition is lo cated Tuesday will be Memphis day when a large and representative del egatlon is expected to be here from the Bluff city Although not includ ed in the Appalachian region Mem phis has manifested a lively Interest hkwi nnQlallhfAnllvnnaitJIiIPtQ1 c r r I AJ t wo MemIDAYN observe on a special train wil como to this city from the Georgi capital bringing several thousan Georgians Mayor R F Maddoj x will head the party and he will of ficiato as one of the judges of the automobile floral parade which wil be the event of greatest spectaculai interest on Tuesday Tennessee Federation of Women club day is calendared for Tuesday This will be a symposium participa ted in by the leading club women o the state at which club work will be discussed in detail The state feder ation president Mrs L Croziet French of Knoxville will preside Women from Nashville Memphis Chattanooga Bristol Clarksville Jackeon Paris Murfreesboro Union City and many other points will be present The colored race will not be overlooked on Tuesday as it will cele brate negro day A number of prominent negroes will be there in eluding Judson Lyons of Augusta Ga formerly register of the United States treasurer The negro build ing will be the scene of the exercises- o Wednesday will be ministers day when ministers of the Gospel will visit the exposition and will- e hold a conference This is an expo sition which ia interesting through out to ministers as well as to laymen and nothing is contained therein in which a minister cannot participate or cannot witness The Min isters in Christ sect will hold an exclusive conference in addition to the general assembly for ministers SOUTHERN CLUB WOMEN A conference of womens clubs the south to be attended by the st club womtin of the entire states will be held on Wednesday Th swill be oneof the most brilliant of the many womens congressesIThursday is designated as Chatta nouga day when it is expected that thousands of citizens of the mountain city will be visitors to the exposition Mayor S H Thompson will the party and formal ceremo welcoming them to Knoxville to the exposition will be Chattanooga is carriedj closest neighboring city friendly rivalry between the cities find its complement in the generous interest Chattanooga is taking- in the exposition in sending a large representative delegation here next Thursday The Ministers in Christ will hold a conference on Thursday and the womens clubs of the south will con nue their congress on that day Friday Sept 30 will be Tennessee Press day when the Tennessee Association will hold a meeting here at the formalj grounds presided over by Milton president of the association addition to the editors and publishers I of Tennessee newspaper menI the entire south are also invited participate in the press day fes The editors and publishers be the guests of the exposition The conference of womens clubs will continue on FridayJu c October will be introduced aI series of celebrations at the exposiI on The chief event of October 1 be United Commercial Travel day when members of that fra organization will come from all parts of the country AI number of the national officers will present A U CT parade will through the streets of the city Postoffice day is October 1 and postmasters and postal employes will be here from many places the gov 1ernment officials have concurred in The postoffice ex in the governments display is one of the most complete and most attractive ill the exposition Rural mail carriers will be included in those attendingI- I The W C T U day is also set for Saturday when temperance workers will hold a njeeting and will subse quently see the exposition The exhibit buildings will be open throughout the week and they are being visited by thousands daily and nightly The exhibits are praised as being the best ever seen at a southern exposition and fully representative of the resources of the Appalachian region in the interest of which the exposition was conceived The exposition will continue through October 12 AI j N1IAnMMMhr11MrN NSWMMAUYf11 wK Y I The October Lippiocottsi Magazine editors would probabl morEIIIthan another yet the fact remahi s seedmediately preceded them Per haps the editors do this unconscious lyjust as folk in other walks oi 1 life take up their burdens with re newed zest after the relaxation of the summer season LIPPINCOTT MAGAZINE is one of those which open the fall campaign with especi numbersfof this publication is The Rider of Petersham a stirring tale of the Southand its nightriders by Rupert Sargent Holland author o The Man in the Tower Though full of action and dramatic scenes there is a delightful love interest running through the story We predict that it will prove one of the most popular novelettes LIPPIN COTTS has ever brought out A very striking feature is Thirty Years of Pencraft What it Came to and What it Cost This paper to be published in two parts in October and November embodies the literary reminiscences of the dis tinguished soldierauthor General Charles King Rain In Todd Trenton has had two good rains one Saturday morning and the other Sunday afternoon Hopkinsville is still dry Federal Soldiers Reunion The annual reunion of Co H 48th Inf Co G 17th Inf and Co AM 3rd Kentucky Cav will be held at Crof ton Saturday Oct 1 The old com theirhaversacksand bacon for dinner M B BROWN Pres C A BRASHER See IDo You Want Some Pyrography Plaques Boxes and Supplies Now is your time to buy as we are selling our stock at Half The Regular Price Cook jjjIncorporated tII 2 Stores F r Your Convenience I 1 I iIiIiJI HUNTS THEMUP t AND RUNS THEMDOWN I Fowlers Bed Bug Poison Destroys everygerm of all insect life Powder merely touches the surface preparationbeing I them uppenetrates the wood creeps up the walls and cleans everything it touches Take your bed steads apart un screwing tho con fleeting iron clean well with a soft brush and apply the thoroughly and into crev ice of thebedeadt As a precautionar8 measure use heY injectingit in this way you can sleep in peacePrlo bottleBrush freeAndersonFowler grail Co Isktlortitel l Jb j w NWwrrrM wMptlrAYrI1Y1tHM l l vm v TeethrAre essential to good health and good looks Therefore have a COMPETENT den tist examine your teeth before it is TOO LATE Ask your neighbor about our work Prices within Reach of all I Extracting 25tCENTSV R FEIRSTEINS Louisville Dental Parlors Joth Pho- nesWANTED 1 WOOL I woolLWOOL At Highest Market Prime jiFreg on application See phone or write I for prices before you sellI The Haydon Produce Co HERBERT L HAYDON Mgr CumO Phon 283 Home 1322 East 9th St Near I N Depot II YOU HAVE BOTH I IrrD Style and Comfort IN THE- WEARING I OF OU- RGLASSES t y ttrlstto wrong eyes 45 lMThe Old Reliable 8 Main St OppCourt House f q ttttttl r t syeatotyInvention U probabl Communtc IIAN080OAonletentsuntlree 0 teceltepctslimericaiiA6sndordely cir i wmtlnn ot an rleritlao edeauvrsTj iir l- RrTJJotJr 27 1910 wRI11LLJl xDmcnu 5 I r I 1 rte IJ I ft I 0- i i p UPID HOLDING BUSY SESSION Several Marriages Within Past Few Days and Others Scheduledt ONE DOUBLE WEDDING Young Lady Reared In Hop kinsville to Wed Mem phian I Miss Flora Ryan formerly of thiJ City but now of Memphis Tend will shortly be married to Mr Efbyd Mahanna of Memphis Theexact date has not yet been announced The bridetobe has man friends in this city where she wa reared She is a niece of Mr W TV Ryan Mr Muhanna is a prominent lumber dealer who is enraged in business with his fatherl heir mill is located in Mississippi but they re ide in Memphis WrightHarper J S W Wright who resides a f miles from the city and Miss illian Harper daughter of Mr Mack Harper were united in mar riage Sunday morning The wed ding occurred at the home of Rev J L Kilgore the officiating minis ter on South Campbell street Double Wedding A double wedding occurred at the borne of Mr Ben Johns father of the brides near Fruit Hill The contracting parties were Lancelot e and Miss Pinknry Ann Johns 11fd Lucian Rogers and Miss Birdie Johns Esq Martin performed the ceremony Payne laffoonIW L Payne arlLarlinhome of the brieltoRevL L Spurlin officiated HarvillDoss A M Hnrvillof Tennessee and Miss Della Doss of this city were united in marriage Saturday night J he wedding took place at the curt house Austin Mitlbne A marriage license was issued Saturday to Alvin Austin and Miss Onie Malone Here and There See J H Dagg for contracting building and general repair work of alllkinds Phone 476 Mr and Mrs Frank Southall are the proud parents of a daughter born on the 22nd inst FOR SALE Original Thuoghts or Freemasonry Demonstrated Through the Medium of Geometry C B Brewer Elkton Ky 25 cents W M Hancock is the next to build a handsome home He has bought the beautiful lot on Virginia street adjoining T J McReynolds lovely new home WANTEDBy Old Hickory Manu facturing Co twelve ladies to do sewing either at factory or your COlarksvilleGalen Miller aged 41 a prominent business man of Murray died of consumption last week He was un m6rriedGrandfatherknows good whiskey and since he was a boy HARPER has been his choice Its good enough for me and for YOU tooin short it is the best Buy HARPER from W R LONG Hopkinsville Ky LOST HANDBAGOn the Canton pike west of town a small black handbag containing some jewelry- QoCard case etc Reward for return Laura Walker or to this officeLOST BROOCH Sunburst with amethyst center surrounded by rhinestones Lost on street in Hop kinsville about Sept 10 Suitable reward for Its return to this office or to Mrs Joe Carter Howell Ky Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS TWO DESTRUCTIVE FIRES SATURDAY Dwelling House of Thad J Giles Howell Burned With Contents LOSSES ABOUT 4000 Jas Pettys Tobacco barn Near Crofton Burned at Loss of 1000 The dwelling house of T J Giles near Howell was burnedabout 630 Saturday evening and the house and itscontents were a total loss Imostof was about 3000 with 1on the house and 500 on the contents The fire started from a flue in some way and the house was in flames when the fire was discovered Mr Giles had recently built a new addition to the house which was a two story frame building TOBACCO BARN NEAR CROFTON James Petty a farmer who re sides about four miles west of Crof ton lost u barn containing the pro duct of ten acres of fine tobacco by fire early Saturday morning He had been firing the weed and the supposition is that the tobacc caught from a spark Mr Pettys loss is about 1000 Value of Insurance Fires originate in unexpected places and from unknown causes Doubtless some one who reads this article will sustain the next loss Are YOU insured and have you the best insurance your money can buy The Giant Insurance Agency Incorporated settles their losses promptly and equitably and guaran tees to sell their policies at as low rate as any company doing business Office in First National Bank build ing Both phon- esPurely Personal Mr and Mrs RQuarles and daughter Miss Bessie Quarles will shortly remove to Santa Ana Cal Mrs Harriet Broaddus Miss Mat tie Broaddus and Mrs Geo Fuller of Newbern Tennare visiting Mrs Ceo E Broaddus Raymond Smith late with the Gray Dudley Hardware Co has accepted a position as bookkeeper with the Forbes Mfg Co Dr Joe Wall has returned to Philadelphia to complete his medical studiesArch Goodwin has resigned his place with Sum Frankel and will go to Madisonville to accept a position in the Dulin store Wm Faulkner of EthridgeTenn who visited the family of Mr W R Faulkner left this morning for his home Mr Faulkner is a double first cousin of Mr E J Faulkner father of Walter Faulkner and was reared in the Purchase but has been a resident of Tennessee for a num ber of years Henry J Stites will leave for Louisville tomorrow to enter the Louisville University Law School Ira D Smith the young attorney is assisting Circuit Clerk Walter A Radford as deputy during court Miss Fannie Bell Bronaugh has returned from a visit to friends in NashvilleMrs H Ward has returned from a visit to friends and relatives in Nashville and the Tennessee State Fair F G Hoge who has been ill for two weeks is now sojouring on the Great Lakes Among those who attended the convention of the Christian church at Owensboro last week were Mr Geo 0 Long Eld H D Smith Mrs J B Parrent Mrs Elizabeth J Ford Miss Annie Smithson Mrs Stella G Northington Mrs S G Stone Rev and Mrs W J Hud speth Miss Ida Brumfield and Chas D Adams 5 per cent Money to Loan On south Christian county lands Apply to W C Oliver Pembroke Ky Cumb Phone 48 or Hester Allensworth1attorneyeHopkinsvillei U ALL MY PIMPLES GONE Girl Tells HW a Blotchy Skin Was Cleansed by a Simple Wash I was ashamed of my face writes Miss Minnie Pickard of Al tamashaw N C It was all full of Dimples and scars but after using D D D Prescription I can pay that now there is no sign of that Eczema and that was three years ago D P D has become so famous as a cure and instant relief in Eczema and all other serious skin diseases that its value is sometimes overlook ei in clearing up rash pimples blackheads and aHother minor forms of bkin impurities The fact is that while D D D is so penetrating that it strikes to the very root of eczema or any other serious trouble the soothing Oil of Wintergreen Thymol and other in gredients are so carefully compounded there is no wash for the skin thisIt D D D is pleasant to use per fectly harmless to the most delicate skin and absolutely reliable A 25 cent bottle will give you positive proof of the wonderful effectiveness of this great remedy- I For sale by L L Elgin Hopkins ville Ky HAS A SINGULAR LIBEL LAWj Australia Protects Its Citizens Who Have Small Pride of Ancestry The libel law of Australia is the queerest in the world Ho who is sued for libel there must not only prove that the accusations he published were true but also that to publish them was for the public benefit accusal I An Australian sheepraiser ex- plainedi this queer libel law at a wool saleI Australia was practically colon ThereImain The descendants of these convicts are now Australias leadingI families the richest the most influential the most intelligent the most respected And yet these ex cellent people were in the past at the mercy of every editor Let them get into the smallest squabble or dis pute with some editor and the man would bring them into general ridi cule and contempt by printing their ancestry by showing that Sir John Smiths greatgrandfather had been sent out robbing an old woman of seven dollars or that Judge Browns greataunt while employed as a ser vant girl had tried to poison her masters son with whom she was in lOVe n It is undeniably true that the best Australians have convict blood in their veins The newspapers that they quarreled with used to taunt them with their convict blood Hence the present queer libel law which protects them for of course it can never be for the public good to publish that the grandmother of Judge SoandSo or the greatuncle of Dr Blank was a convict CHECKMATE IN THREE MOVES A tramp forlorn and ragged but unmistakably a professional beggar called at the Chinese legation in WashingtonPlease mister he said to the butler who came to the door int wish you would give mo same money I havent eaten anything in a week Tho minister does not believe in giving money to beggars said the butler Thpn gimme something to cat Im hungry Tho looked tho trampover It ia ngnhist our rules ho said The tromp was persistent Well anyhow lip said do somothing for we Cant you gimmo an old pair of tho gentlemans pants Dont wear em said the butW and closed the door Saturday Evening Post New and Strang Affliction Cement makers itch ono of tho latest disease due to occupation Is an Intense itching resembling true Itch but instead of being caused by a parasite It results from somo chemi cal or hanlcal action on the skin not eratood For Sale A boo yclone corn stalk shredder atltan half price F3 i PERSONNEL OF BEST KITTY TEAM If all Stars Would be Gotten Together Hopkinsville Would Land the Battery Now that the Kitty season is over the dopester gets in some of his good work by figuring out who tho stars of the league were and what an all Kitty team would look like The players who have shown best work while playing in Vincennes would call fourth such a team as follows it A A A A L Johnson pitcher Vincennes it Yon pitcher Hopkinsville Hastings Captain pitcher of HarrisburgitTaylor catcher Hopkinsville Jantzen 3rd base Vincennes it Anderson ss Paducah A DeHaven 2b Vincennes Copeland lb McLeansboro it Calbert If Harrisburg A Hurst cf VincennesAA Kraft If McLeansboroAA Vincennes Sun it it it it it it it it it it haveIhomes viz Pete Taylor Evansville Ind James Tinlin and E Gust Bay City Mich E E Calbert Lancas ter Neb E Miller Indianapolis Ind Grover Farthing Odin 111 Harley Wagner Marissa III De Witt Carbondale III We under stand Mr and Mrs Hastings will remain in Harrisburg and all our populace will gladly welcome them as citizens Popular Right Fielder Dowell has already moved here and has a lucrative position with the Saline County Coal CoHarris burg Register ALL STAR KITTY CLUB The clas of ball playing in the last half of the Kitty league has been unsurpassed by any league The Register picks the following team and we believe it could defeat the winners of either the Three I or Central league pennants Heres our pick CatchersOverton and Fish PitchersCalbert Beck and Yon 1st baseGust- 2d baseDeHaven- 3d baseJantzen- ShortstopAnderson Right FieldHastings- Center Field Gfroerer Left FieldGoldnamerHarrisburg BROKE EVEN I Barnstormers Won 2 and Lost 2 on Seasonend Trip Clarence Yon the southpaw re SnndayIto bring the uniform the Mogul barnstormers who dis banded Sunday after four games At OwensboroFriday with Wood ring pitching they lost by 1 to OI Round Trip- FROM HOPKINSVILLE Inndall way stations Regu lar train 705 a m Saturday double header was playedi Yon pitching both games The first game was lost 4 to 2 and the second won 5 to 0 At Central City Sunday Crain was in the box and won 5 to 0 Yon will return today to his home at Junlata Pa Milk Cow For Sale Jersey cow fresh and calf R H Rives Oak Grove Ky Curab phone 50000 To loan on firstclass real estate security The TS KNIGHT CO The For At 12 for or dance I For Rent Large brick building cottage or will eitheror rooms furnish ed or unfurnishedMrs W M HW f 408 South Main COUNTY TAXES Pay your State and fans now and avoid the rush Two to write LOW JOHNSON Sheriff Christian Co EAGLE EYE ra Good for Nothing but the 444 r IRDO MTONIGHS j Levitsky Sees the Parade Dont Miss This Admission 5c t vKISKKK KKKhI 7111yArt Millinery Shop I For Seasonable o MILLINERY n p Always Go To q 0 Miss Fannie B Rogers jj U CORRECT PlaceII III 210 South Main St II jwits u S3 HeCe MOO E Livery Feed and Board We make a specialty of good rigs and gentleI somethingfCPercy Smithson will be with me and will be jIglad to see all of his old friends YDI THE DRY FALL 1ALL ABOARD ROUTING 34O MammothCave WEDNESDAY OCT One evening promenade and rent County receipts SUTHERLANDS Eyes A One Stable 55OPa- ys All You- rHOTEL EXPENSESinc- luding board and the ad missions to the Cave moo 1ml n vo V r l == =Positively Greater andGrander Than 1Fall Agricultural Fair Races and Horse Show MADISONVILLEUOct1112131415 11 The Acme of autumnal Attractions at the Prettiest Season of the Tear V 0- V Itt L I t ij k iS 1V if L I J J f i I f Y J r I f Ilf t JI 1 I i f Jr h ii Irtlfl A t- I jt II t 1 t ilt t Ii I t q ftc J n ht iIt 1Il 1 bi f t JII lIJl fI AAl i 1Jt4 ptv I tYJ i tpHi ltI JthtIY t f H 0 or v tj lj j 1 I The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof In- Use For Over Thirty I ExaCt Copy of WrapperTHONTAVNCOMPANY NCWYOa6 CITY I I U v tt ff fi ALim1J Ad = R14 + b1W L WHERE HEALTH AND PLEASURE MAY BE FOUND DAWSON SPRINGS ICY HOTEL ARCADIA waters are worldwide in the celebrity The Hotel with a CB THE to take care of 200 people is situated on the Kentucky ofthe I C R R about 200 feet from the railroad station surrounded by a beautiful maple grove The old chalybeate well is in theI yard and the celebrated salts well about 100 yards from the Hotel The wells are owned by the Hotel Arcadia and the guests of the Hotel have free acces3 to them Music is furnished by a String Band during the entire season RATrSIf200 per Day 1000 per Week 3500 per Month Children 10 Years and Under 55 00 per Week Nurses and Maids SI 00 per DayIFor further particulars apply to N NttHOLEMAN 00 Hotel Arcadia Dawson Springs Kentucky n Physicians Advise undigestedfoodThe latest product of science Is VELVO Laxative Liver Syjp purely vegetable gentle thestomachbiliousness sick headache feverishness collcflatulence etc Try VF 1I YELVO CASIORIAFor Year- sCASTORIA LAXATIVE LIERtVDIID s BESIDE HI 1SELF Any man must ba beside himself who trice to get on In the world without knowing what the world li doing tThlf newspaper Is published for people who want to know HOW ABOUT YOU ARE YOU JH nbSUBSCRIBER t 1 I BACK TO I t THE FARM VI Farming The Young Mans Opportunity i Ey C V QREGOIRY Copyright 110 by American Press AssoI clatl- onTo the young map on the thtesh old of life the question of Wlmt shall I do with m f self comes demanding a answer During the past fifty years the call of the city to the ambitious young man has been Insistent Today i the country Is calling for men with ambition and energy and faith In Its possibilities To such men it offers un i equnlcdollilorlunitiesIk are i not limited In size or extent Tlr young man with capital who Is lookln i YOUNG FAIlUElt OX HIS WAr TO MARKET WITH A LOAD OP BItDPCfor a business opening finds It on the farm The farm offers him the opporI unity to exercise his executive ability by managing broad acres and herdsc that number In the thousands hisctaste runs to quality rather than quan tit it otters him chances In the purebred stock business for the broadest use of his money and talents There Istno occupation more fascinating than the molding of living animals to make them conform to an ideal of perteen tlon There is opportunity for long continued study of blood lines there t1IngcertaIn families there are moments ot rdisappointmentto develop as well as expected But IJwbenwith an animal a little nearer Lion than has been produced betorea The man who can see such an anlmnl I march out of a crowded show ring with the purple ribbon without a feeling that at least in a measure ho has achieved success has ambitions that are Indeed bard to satisfy The pureobred business has some pitfalls the man who enters it with good judgJwent and an ambition to otters financial returns that can be exceeded in few other occupationsI To the young man starting without capital the farm offers unequaled opportunities The young man with a tow friends and a reputation for Industry and honesty finds it easy to rent a farm and borrow enough capi cal to equip it There Is a risk to run ot course But what Is a risk to n young man with strength and ambition Well considered risks are essential to success in almost any line and to the young farmer they are an Incen lvo to greater effort Now that prices ot farm products have reached a profitable level paying oft the debt Is a matter of but a few years Buying the farm itself is by no means Impossible even In the most fertile sections of tho corn belt- Hundreds of farmers are looking for managers for farms that vary In size and equipment to suit the fancy of any one This line offers some of the greatest opportunities to the young luau without capital The salaries at first may seem small an compared with some of those offered in the city Usu ally they Include board and Inclden tals however There Is a better chance to lay up money on the farm at 50 a month than In the city at twice that amount For the man who can make good the first years salary Is hardly nn Indication of what Is to follow Most landowners nro willing to advance the salary as fast as the manager shows his ability Better yet they are willing to Intrust more of the responsibility to his bands and to give him more capital so that ho can achieve grewtor results In most cases after u man has shown what he Is worth It Is easy for him to get a share of tho not profits In addition to his salary In many cases it is easy to get In on a partnership basis In either caso tho manager Is as independent ns if ho owned tho farm and the chances for financial success are nearly as great The great advantage of a position of this kind or in fact of any kind of farm work is that thero aro so man chances to invest money as fast as Is made The man on tho farm has a dozen places to Invest every dollar This In Itself is a big incentive to saving and saving means prosperity for both the individual and the nation The Investment which offers the greatest returns is farm land Even In those loOJlitite whore land is now worth conslderabl4- JVW U aatliutirl UA dI Is yet fur TTotn lnlnj rear hwl Thorn is little rlnuui to last Uioni y on innil provided It N wteiiy listed It Isiiiu luck of kiiuwlitlgi of ivimi cuiiMtllUUH u good Turin Unit uuikus mod an un safe investment furthe city ruin There IIUlylJlKIIUlli uonust liiinl agents but unfortunately they liava no trademark to distinguish them from the other variety To buy laud wltn out Buelng It Is a pillules way of puit Ing with hardItnrnid monu As till the promised prutltn they usually dud their way to the pockets of the land agent leaving the investor a suddtr and wiser man Between 1000 and 1000 the averacc increase In the value of the farm laud In the United States was 33 per cent Between 1000 and 1010 touch of the land in the western part of the Missis slppl valley doubled In value With a thengo than lower The man who owns n form has con tlnual opportunities to put his money undIto invest in trove Nand at homo or far thcr west From n financial standpoint farming offers opportunities to young men that callingsgIts ranks are still far from full Tho young farmer is not entering an over crowded calling where ho must com hint with his follows anti boost prices unnaturally in order to make a bare living In agriculture there lire room and opportunity for nil The country Is throbbing with the vitality of n now awakened life The password Is ambi than nnd the reward Is success It Is not the tall of money alone that Is turning the ambitious young ruin j to the farm A falling that can offer no reward but a financial one Is scarce j tllljoflar combined with the call of the crowd Hotter road nnd a denser pop ulatlon Inlet enabled the country to offer u woela life which Is superior to that of the city Higher prices and I scientific methods have enabled It to duplicate tbe financial rewards of the city In addition It offers to the young I man the opportunity to live the broad est fullest life of which be is capable utters him n business he can cull his tied on Independence jrjilob bl+ gain In the city only after u life time of toll Tim greatest need utmost rural communities just now In leaders men who can demonstrate on own farms the possibilities of sclqutlnc agriculture men who understand the possibilities and tbe need of broader coinmnnltj life Tbe stories of some of the young men who heeded the call of tbe coun and gave themselves to the devel of their community read like A dozen years or BO ago a Massachusetts community was on the downhill road The nearby cities sapped It of Its strength and via or Injudicious cropping had taken much of the fertility of the and the people had lost all amtit tier und were content to let things drift from had to worse About this time a young map a son of one of the farmers graduated from an ngrleni college He received a tempting ffer from the deportment of agricul to take up work at Washington brother In Iowa wrote him n slow ing Invitation to comp to the fertile of the middle west He rejected offers and went home The most optimistic resident would have Iaug4icd at the Idea of there ba- ing any opportunity there But tin young man went to work He did urn lecture to the neighbors or advise them He merely set out to show them what the Impoverished land wits ca pable of He made the old farm pay and Its dilapidation changed to uu air of prosperity His neighbors gradually begun to follow his methods and to catch some of his spirit The commu nlty started to go forward Instead of backward As soon as bo could spare the time from his farm the youns farmer set about reorganizing the vil lage school Ho gave one corner ot THEME IB NO LINK OP VATtMIKO MOtlE FAS CINATING THAN TUB UIIEKDlMlOF ICUX BllliU IiIVM STOOK his farm for it school garden He In vited the preacher out to his farm told got him out of the atmosphere of dead theology Into the spirit of living pro ress The preacher caught the spirit and tbo church came to bo an aid In tho forward movement Gradually tin whole community became modernized opportunitiestono opened their eyes The young man who can go into a community and by his indomitable courage and strong faith bring about a change like this has succeeded In tho truest sense of tho word It Is success of this kind coupled with tbe success of n happy life and a comfort btQ competence that the fry or- tbapoan n rasa fadet ttr W I COCKATOO IS 112 YEARS OLD Ancient Bird la Somewhat of a Liar theICockatoos arc well known to live to patrinrdmlago and probably tho bldest bird in the world whose figo can be traced with certainty flour- ishedI in a wellknown hostelry at Tom Uglys point near Sydney New South Wales When he had feathers enough to distinguish his species he was r6c ogimablc as a lemoncrested ckat- lO but as he had been under bare poles for half n century few living pcople can remember when he had more covering than he shows at present He was owned for 80 years by a wellknown master mariner of Sydney who died at the Solomon islands in 1887 ag eightynine Tho bird was presented to the cap tain when the latter Was nino years of ago and he was then informed that Cocky was just the same ago Tho bird was left as a legacy to a Sirs Bennett of Sydney but she didnot get him until 1891 Sinco that period the bird has lived at Georges river within sight of where Captain Cook landed and where the first fleet anchored about the year of his birth None of his faculties are weak ened and he is as loquacious as youngsters of his tribe who may be a years younger In hila rious moments he will flap his stumps vou could not call them wingsand yell Ill ilyPll fly I By gee Ill fly I a palpably menda cious statement EFFECTS OF SABBATH BREAK Gcoabc DM p GladysDear me Thats what comes of going automobiling on Sunday Tom What happened GladysI ran over a laboring man who swore frightfully On a week day hed been in a shop ACTIVE WOMAN YOUNG The longestlived men are those engaged in healthy outdoor occupa tions such as farming simply because they lead an active muscular life in the open air Bodily activity keeps at bay the diseases of sedentary middle life Gout and rheumatism lie in wait for the man who does not walk five miles in a week who hates games and believes that golf is a waste of timeIt is the active busy woman who keeps her complexion when she is past forty years of age and girls twenty years her junior grow sallow and anaemic for lack of outdoor ex erciseYou must live a sedentary life you say I dont believe it Even if your day is spent in an office or a shop you have the earlymorning for a tuband 20 minutes with dumbbells You have your evenings and you lucre your weekends OLDEST TOWN IN STATES Arizona prides herself on having tho oldest town in tho United States Tucson Ancient parchments discovered in the old mission of San Xavier near this town are claimed to establish the fact that Tucson was settled in 1555 and that Marcos do Niza after exploring Arizona in 1539 made such a glowing report on the country to Charles Isuocessor to Ferdinand and Isabella that that monarch sent out tho colony whoso descendants wero found at Tucson by missionaries more than a century later This find enlisted Tucson in a controversy with Now Mexicos capital Santa Fo whow claim to being tho oldest town on this continent ha9IoDI1ndispu r SkA HOMESEEKBft 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the world today U making more Interesting history than ever before aup c V V r Cfr f t jlhi t II yl f Stetson Fii Hats 1 I AUTHOR ARE NOW BEING SHOWN BY IRVING KO5EBOROUGH CO INCORPORATED A HAT FOR EVERY MAN Come in and We Will be Pleased to Show IYou the New Stylesj JOURIER i L k GROCERIES II GROCERIES J I BESTISTAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES AT ROCK BOTTOM PRICES Cal and see me and get my Prices I carry a full and p t complete Line can and will save yOU money on anything in the Grocery line ti i- yJ Ka T W Y MAN 204 S Main St PhoneSjHomo132B rmT1 7 U Hopkinsville Kentuckian TRIWEEKLYI The CommonerWEEKLY fte AND fr American DomesteadM- ONTHLY All One Year ai 14 ct for 265 SEND ALL ORDERS TO THIS OFFICE t CARLSBAD OF AMERICA 1 French Lick and WestjBaden Springs IndjI Now reached by direct line of the Southern Railway iEeave Evanavlllo 735 nm 160 pm 600 pm I II Rockport 730 amII Cannelton 715 am IITell City 725 am IITroy 735 am Arrive French Lick 1025 am 460 pm 8OB pm Arrive West Daden 1020 sum 465 pm 9dO pm ROUND TRIP RATES LIMIT 30 DAYS Evansville to French Lick 316 4to West Baden 320 Rockport to French Lick 252 u Cann 0 ItoTell City to French Lick 260 v 1 lb to West Baden 264 r Troy to French Lick 244 I 4to West Baden 248I J C BEAM JR A G P AJSt Louis MoI E D STRATTON P AIEvansville IndI r N Why Not Read the- Goufier= Journal HENRY WATTERSON Editor WE CAN FURNISH YOU s Bopkinsville Kentuckian Tee Weekly Courier= Journal Both One Year FOR 250 We can also give liberal comblna lion rate with Daily or Sunday CourierJournal Write Courier Journal Company Louisville Ky for free sample copy of edition yoi desire but bo sure to send your icription order to this paper NO1 to the CourierJournal f I i CAN BE HEARD ONE MILE I Phonograph Invented by a French man Has This Quality A phonograph which can be heard I a mile away is the new French in vention the clgcphone says the proeducedspeaking flames and the principlesI governing the method were ex plained in 1003 by G C Porter before the London Physical society Mr Peter found that if a tuning fork be struck and then held in the flame of a Bunsen burner the sound is perceptibly increased The maxi mum of sound intensity occurs when the fork is held where the flame is hottestIuses a record which has the sound i vibrations marked not in depth but l in length and the stylus travels j horizontally like a pendulum The stylus separates tho gas chamber into two parts and the gas then passes o Ito the burners The vibrations o openI varynThe sound is so inteuee that it can be heard a mile away It can bo lessened by regulating the burner but Ithe power of sound is found to bo always proportional to the energy given out during combustion CIPHER MARKS UNPOPULAR The cipher price mark the tag not marked 175 but P17cdq i getting to be a thing of tho past said a jeweler The public mistrusts it There is nothing that wins the confidence of the public liken price mark in big plain figures I0I08t cipher price marks are easi ly read They have for their key aa i H rule the sentence I push trade The 1 is 1 tho V 211111 V 3 nn so on down to the fo which stands for 0 Thus 375 in cipher would be prhCiphers are useful for firms that give long credit for such firms must naturally ask more from a six months customer than a spot cash one But they aro very unpopular things They arouse universal mis trust PREVENTS SHIPS ROLLING A German engineer claims to have discovered an efficient method of preventing the violent motion of a l1ilat sea The invention consist- of a kind of turbine fitted vertically to the ships keel When set in mo tion the turbine counteracts the ships tendency to roll from side to Ride An old torpedo boat was fitted with the apparatus for a trial trip in rough weather off the mouth of tli Elbe The ship rolled to the exten- of nine degrees but after the turbine was set in motion she only rolled one degree The result was attained without any reduction of seaworthi ness and the ships buoyancy was unaffected CHARGE ADMITTED A husband was being arraigns in court in a suit brought by hi wife for cruelty I understand sir said the judge addressing the husband the one of the indignities you have showeredupon your wife is that you have not spoken to her for three years Is that so It is your honor quickly answer d the husband Well sir thundered the judge I why didnt you speak to her may I askSimply replied the husband because I didnt want to interrupt herPittsburg Press SAFER J 1 Ofllco Boy Two men to soo you sir One of cm has a gun and the other n poem EditorShow In tho ono with tho gun IN THE CURIO HALL 1Its just scandalous tho way the Lady is loading himself with boozo these days remarked th Wild Man from Borneo I should think hod be afraid o delirium tremens Oh no ho considers himsel- safe I replied tho Living Skeleton CharmT er you i t Iti KIDNEYSI No Need to Take any Fur ther Risks TVi1 V jWhy will people continue to suffer of kidney complaint backache urinary disorders lame news headaches languor why allow themselves to become chronic inval ids when a certain cure is offered there1 Doans Kidney Pills is the remcJy to usu because it gives to the kid neys the help they need to perform their work If you have any even one of the cureIHopkinsville residents demand more convincing proof than the following W T Fox of Elkton Ky says I used Doans Kidney Pills about two months ago and received the myfwere strengthened and in a short time I felt better in every way I shall be glad to answer any ques lions concerning the merit of Duns Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price 50 cent Foster Milburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the Unit ed States Remember the name Doans and take no others Artistic Temperament Hamlet seemed to speak with au tbority in his advice to the players Yes replied Mr Stormiogtoi Barnes although he was rather quiet Had patient But in his other scenes lit was as nervous and Irascible as a regular dace manager 1amportsnt If True your husband nn del the influence of the wine at dinner the other night declared he had married beauty and brains Mrs DWell well How nice Miss K Nice Arent you going to Invest gate = Evidently hoa a blgamlst Xowark Star Most disfiguring skin eruptions scrofula pimples rashes etc are due to impure blood Burdock Blood Bitters is a cleansing blood tonic Makes you cleareyed clear brainedclear sinned Death from Sting of Poisonous Flies atsn poisonous flies Several streets are Infested by tho Insects which aro said to have been brought to Mar settles in a cargo of South American wool Echo do Paris eSport Notes Ebenta g time as a sport hen he is merely goln through de Imitation of do Downandout club lStops earache in two minutes toothache or pain of burn or scald in five minutes hoarseness one hour muscleache two hours sore throat twelve hoursDr Thomas Eclectics Oil monarch over pain I First Need for Humanity- t Without tolerance sympathy and broadmindedness there can be neither historical equity nor common every day justice and fairness and until wo get those Indispensable requisites we i are surely In no position to sit In- DaltiJudgment on our fellowmen I more Sun PerchaIdried milky genus Sapi tnceao chiefly of the species Falun nulum and Payena the habitat ot which is the Malay Archipelago more particularly Borneo Sumatra and Malacca j Itching piles provoke profanity but profanity wont cure them itchingII years of suffering At any drugstore u Birth of the Tinplate Tinplate making was Introduced In to England from Saxony in 1G65 and tho first tinplato factory in France was established in 1714 Tin plates were first made on a commercial bas is in the United States at Plttsbun in 1872 If you haven the time to exercise regularly Doans Regulets will pre vent constipation They induce n mild easy healthful action of thee bowels without griping Ask your druggist for them 25 cents Need No Defense abusedfsays a of the things said about them are slan tiers Tho same is true of many I things why bother to defend them T I FROGS IN SUPREME COURT Tribunal at Lelpalc Rules That Their i Noise Must Do Suppressed IAn uncommon case was lately fought before the Gorman tribunals right up to the supremo court in Leipsic I Two neighbors lived for a long time in close friendship until one I of them 1 adan artificial pond con structed in his garden After a I time a number of frogs appeared in I the pond and their croaking was so u loud and continuous as to deprive the neighboring family of its night ly rest I The disturbed family objected I and relying on a law which forbids anyone from diminishing the value of anothers property requested the pond owner to make arrangements for keeping the frogs within bounds The pond owner replied that he was not to blame for the musical activity of the frogs which he had not placed in the pond The first tribunal upheld the pondowner on the ground that the frogs were a dispensation of nature whichmust be put up with like the sun and rain The judgment was upset by the next higher tribunal and the decision of tho latter was affirmed by the supreme court The supreme court reasoned that whoever made a pond had to reckon with the subsequent appearance of frogs and that the noise omitted by them constituted injury to neighbor ing property I NEW TYPE OF WAR BALLOON Zorn Vessel Is Made In Three Parts Separatedand United at PIalureIICount Frederick von Moltke of the great field marshal has formed a company to construct a fleet of airships especially designed for military purposes The government hns promised to assist the enterprise as soon as a trial dirigible has been finished and tested The vessels will be capable of carrying light guns and a quantity of explosives The typo chosen is a peculiar triple horn balloon which within a single framework of Cana dian fir contains really three motor balloons each with its own motor andeach detachable in two minutesI together with its own share of tho frameworkThus arrival over the enemy the front balloon can be quickly detached to take back to headquarters any dispatches photographs etc the rear balloon can follow with later news while the middle part re mains to take part in the fight and drop bombs over the enemy All three parts can bo put together again rapidly rie whole construction is SCO feet long The effective lifting power after deduction of the airships own weight and the weight of the cars and machinery is 11000 pounds The entire framework can be quickly dismounted in sections Each part of the triple balloon can also be anchored separately LOVE THAT FAILED For ten long but blissful years they had walked along the path of love but as yet tho lovesick youth had never mentioned about their getting married Courtship is very charming but when there does not scorn to be altarrails at the end of it girls naturally begin to lose inter est in the game Anyhow Jane thought it time that the marriage day was fixed so she threw out a geis e hint to her lover by way of I encouraging him That sho thought was all the dear fellow wanted coyIlmarried soon Are they though answered tho stolid swain What a jolly sell itll be for them when they learn we aint GOOD SHOW Purchaser These seats are in the back row Is there any chance of exchanging them after I get inaido 1 Theater Ticket SellerSure I After the show begins youll bo ablo to get any seat in the house I THE FILM What happened after tho acct dentI dont know There seemed to be a flint before my eyes I ego The movingpicture people had reached the scene u I Tennessee Central Time Table No 1 Taking Effect ISUNDAY July 10 1910 EAST BOUND No 12 Leave HopkinsvllJo 630 am I Arrive Nashville 930 am No 14 Leave Hopkinsville 400 pm Arrive Nashville 716 p trd WEST BOUND No 11 Leave Nashville 810 aU Arrive Hopkinsville 1120 ara No 13 Leave Nashville 605 pta Arrive Hopkinsville 815 pm- TI TJt MORROW Agent y Time Table No 57 In effect June 6 1910 NORTH BOUND LEAVES No 382 Evansville Accom modation5 40 a m No 302 EvansvilleMattoon I Express 11 25 a m No 340 Princeton mixed415 p ItI SOUTH BOUND ARKIVf No 341 u Hopkhuville mixed 915am No 321 EvtMvilleHopkins villa mailw 350pm No 301 EvansvilleHopkins ville Express 6 40 p m Train No 332 connects at Prince ton for Paducah St Louis and way stations also runs through to Evansville Train No 302 connects at Princeton for Louisville Cincinnati way stations and all points East also runs through to Evansville Train No 340 local train between + Hopkinsville and Princeton T L MORROW Agent TIME TABLE r TRAINS GOING NORTH No 52St Louts Express 955 a m No 54StL Fist Mail 1023 pm No 92C St L Lim 525 a m No 56Hopkinsville Ac 855 p mi No 94Dixie Flyer 615 p m TRAINS GOING SOUTH T 51St L Express 535 p m yo 53St L Fast Mail 533 a ml Vo 93C N 0 Lim 1150 p m- ao 55 Hopklnaville Ac 705 a m No 95Dixie Flyer 982 a m No 52 and M connect at St Looli and other punts west Ko Sl connects at Guthrie tor Memphis Ln piau as far south as Erin and for Loul Tii Crcinnatl and the Rant No 53 and 55 make direct connection at Guth rle for Louisville Cincinnati and all point north and east thereof No 53 and 55 also con nect for MrmpUt and way points No 92 runs through to Chicago and will not carry passenger to point Sonth of RTanitUle Alio carries through sleepers to Su Louis No 93 through sleepers to Atlanta Maces rack oDvWe St Augustine an Tampa Fla Also Pullman sleepers to New Orleans Con sects at Guthrie for points East and West No 93 will not carry local passengers lor polls North Nashrllle Tenn JC HOOE Agt EGGS FOR SETTING Barred Plymouth Rocks Buff Plymouth Rocks 15 Eggs for 100 Write lock box C or phono J 1222 or 94 Standard Poultry Co HOPKINSVILLE KY T S Knight Co Real Estate Loans and Insurance Office next to Frank Rives law office Dr Bells PineTarHoneyF- or Coughs and Colds S Po 1JJ d r U r E93 t a BE- SJ aES sEe Majestic DemonstrationW Week ofOctober r V4 M J m 1 m HI J b THE GREflT AND GRAND MJE5TIIC RRNGE fiERfr lfliee REPUTATION r= rMD STVLES Free Souvenir clerkI DRAINERThe TrIU Handsomely of of we that buy you beat of iron that rust 300 than steel heat 2 little fuel to of any of tea and wear hot can be away 1more and heat it hotter for repairs three as long better and than on market If above buy a COME WILL TO IJ I of 124 Men Will Hold The The county election com Sheriff Low Johnson David Smith and 0 H named city and county election officers an equal two being made In the seven same officers will hold next The list follows H Merritt A P judges J M sheriff J M clerk No 2J R Torian Jno judges G W I Wiley sheriff Geo D No 3J B West J P judges L E Adwell sheriff C A Brasher clerk No l T J sheriff R C No 5 Bryant Baker J M J E Ander sheriff Henry T Hurt clerk No H T E Lawson Mac T Davis sheriff Joe C clerk No T Yarl fey Gpo y Uiiplov sheriff Hfram Smith colnt rk n on 8Phil Wills Hugh judges H Major sheriff M A Mason M Dulin Sylves Leavell judges P E sheriff W S clerk No M Barker H F Moore Sam Peay colI sheriff P C Sallee South No H Jesse judges Tom Ware sheriff Kelly Shop Clag gett Aaron Stewart judges Rich ard sheriff 13E W C Binns judges R A sheriff Harry Gaines clerk I No 14Jno W J P judges Jno C Thur Jr sheriff Albert Clark clerk I North No Cross D C E W I White M Walker judges Bob sheriff C Myers clerk School House No 17J- W Guy Wiles judges Joe Fruit sheriff W No 1SR S J Joiner Long sheriff Walter Garner No 19J A Miles Joe W D Miles clerk MAJESTIC COOKER STEAMER AND Perforated Cooker shown in center has small feet which admits water at tho bottom Nothing can Food can be lifted out of vessel shown on left at the namo draining oa all the water The Steamer or CuJlender shown on right can be used us an ordinary Cullender It also fits on top of main vessel and ia used as a steamer JB 11 piiiMAJESTIC Extra TILL MAJESTIC 18oz All MAJESTIC lloz All Stamped Iron Marblc Copper Copper Coftco eomplefo with rover Kettle nickeled on Pot nickeled on that 11015 on co er outsIde tinned on inside outdo and tinned on inside III 11 I THE 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judges Amos sheriff W T Nc Hen derson Boyd Wilbur sheriff Walter Mill No 28V Brown J C Hight judges W A sheriff E D Myers clerk No 29 Van Hoos er W Witty ney sheriff Monroe No 30Geo judges Jno G sheriff L clerk No 81W D Frank Kly E F Griffin W IiI c c ik OF A 1 a and Surprises Circus is season the of a won ders Never before in its has it so many They begin to unfold in the the winds the streets In the are dis new acts are the of craft The of all is the of horses from the Circus of Albert is the only real trainer of horses in the world His read like fairy tales He has made several million by his in his famous at I Berlin and This is the first time act was evflr seen outside of IOf equal are the three Saxon also of They have that are the nil Ti in nil the are now JI Set Ware b FREE fduringYI JF YOU will call at 4 our Majestic cvantagesf1 I and c purchase one at reg tar wea willjgive you the and Set 1to f Ranges and we know all and of this Set espeV t the first are new and be had by IJ purchase at a very The Majestic are the same u but the set with each the only has reputation of being the 115bestrange money can IJrange prove constructed ma cant Charcoal material resists per greater riveted together escapes cold tb1 IJ enters range thus do perfect 4thThe reservoir alone worth price the range over other made It boils gallons water heated a with pocket lining is movable and sets frame hence out water gets 0too it moved from 1Ia MAJESTIC fuel water cost practically nothing last times easierto keep satisfaction 11other knew positively that statements true wouldnt t i DURINC DEMONSTRATION PROVE I Zvi 1 Who Witty ImerItsabsolutely free beautiful souvenir vus m b or es Manufacturing b WopklnSVllleIncorporated Kentucky iiv nEE9E EEEEEEEEEEEEE89E9BEE E9BzB E9b9E B9E ELECTION OFFICERS Coming Election Christian missioners Anderson devision parties Hopkinsville districts registration Tuesday Hopkinsville No1G Starling Hopkinsville Knight ProwseSr Hopkinsville 4Cave Johnson Williamson judgesT Renshaw judges Hopkinsville Armstrong judgep Buckner Hopkinsville Richard judprw ei Beverly Sargent No9F Warfield Sanbach Gordonfield judges Pembroke llJWilliams Eugene clerkBrents No 12Dan TA Kingclerk Newstead W Coleman Gracey Meacham Pembroke 15J Williams judges Bronaugh Perrys Wilkins Geo Brownclerk Lafayette Wooton- T judges Bennettstown Stevonsonjudfjes Carter herff NEVEKBOnN CCLLKNDEK Nickelplated ISlckeJplutod Handsomely IgQ61HMIfpYnRIM MAJESTIC terial Dudley I judges Quarles Croft AC Brasher McCordclerk judges ris Hamby Bainbridge 23Will GriffinJ- L Shepherd Ben Lantrip 24J Lee J Jesse judges Cavanah Springs Wallace Robinson Gates clerkDogwood 27Warner Roe judges Woodburn Yancey clerkBakers C Brinkley Concord Isaac S judges Geo Court McGeheeclerk Palmyra Crabtree Houston McCulloch Childress Gabe Campbell Langview judgw ffjI ft I SHOW THOUSAND WONDERS Brothers Circus Worldof Novelties Ringling Brothers this show thousand splendid history presented novelties themselves forenoon when great parade through menagerie thelperformance They perfection circus greatest novelty company performing Schuman Germany Schuman achievements dollars exhibiting handiwork amusement institutions Frankfurt Scheveningen this Germany interest brothers Germany demonstrated throughout Europe they strongest world They of store Demonstration Week Great Grand Majes Range will the price FREE betmtiful bJuseful Souvenir Ware illustrated ladies willee D the beauty utility ially three pieces which emj tirely cannot alone except high price bprices Ranges give FREE rarjestic Range bought during Demonstration Week IstIt the Malleable airtight work the reservoir kettle against lefthand cannot When fire RANGES better anyII Majestic WEEK Pi useful and m List between Daltonclerk Hopkinsville Hopkinsville 7Chas Rodd mond No21Ion 25Ben Henderson Radford Ringling proving their claim in America If I all the earth was searched it is doubtful if six men could be found whose combined strengthcould equal that of the Saxon trio Two of them form the pillars of a bridge over which passes an automobile with six passengers Another wonderful act is presented by the Lorch family of acrobats from Europe They use ponies in their performance It is a very spec tacular act anda decided novelty Then there is Robledillo the Span ish wirewalker Aside from his skill as a gymnast he is a clever actor and pantomimist On a high wire he presents n sketch that would be amusing even if presented on a stage He imitates a drunken man coming home in the early hours of the morning from the club His wabbling legs and devilmay care attitude are true to life He has but a slender wire beneath him and there is no net under that Exper ienced circus performers have watched his act in amazement A description of his achievements would sound like a tale of the im possible Among the aerialists are thet Alexis family There is no question ing the fact that they are the best high air somersaulters and vaulting artists in the world Following them G closely are the Shaws the Smiths the MiJIJtt and the Nelsons Then there are the Klarkonians by all foJ4 professors The more important of the large company of riders are the Dutton the Clark and the Reno families Al LuluDavenportcisco Maude Wulff Francis Davidson I Florence Harris and Daisy Hod gini theTaximeternitz family of upsidedown bellring ers present other novelties In the ofthethemissingi totheWhen the big circus comes to Hop willbeginseenupon Appalachian Exposition Knoxville Tenn Sept 12 to Oct12 1910 The Illinois Central will KnoxvilleTennhe rates of 605 and 890 for theround trip Date of sale Inrickets l only Return limit ton days from dataofsleepingcare