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Corner 7th and Virginia Streets 0
For a nice cool drive Upt Date Rigs and cour v
teous attention give a callback service for citys
meeting all traIns Funeral t1 m weeding work a spec as
ialty 1I will be glad to have itly friends a Vivo me their
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PROPRIETORS I
New Enterprise Warehouse
CORNER 12TH AND RAILROAD STREETS
Charges for selling 250 a hogshead Four
months free storage Insurance 25c I
first 60 days
We also store for the Planters Association
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TELEGRAPH ERS
NEEDED
Annually to flit the new positions created by
Railroad and Telegraph Companies We
want YOUNG MEN and LADIES of Rood
habit to
LEARN TELGBAFHY
AND n B Accotrzrcxzra I
We furnish 75 per cent ot the Operators and
Station Agents In America Our six schools
are the Unrest exclusive Telegraph schools
In tho world Established 20 years and en
dorsed by all leading Railway officials
We execute a 2SO Bond to every Student to
furnish him or her a position paying from 40
to 60 a month In States east of the Rocky
Mountains or from f75 to 100 a month in the
L States west of the Rockies Immediately
upon graduation
student can enter at any time No vaca
tlons For full particulars regarding any of
our schools wt Ite direct to our executive office
at Cincinnati O Catalogue fre
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1 COMMONWEALTH
Will Be Plaintiff in Case I
Against Telephone Co
The suit against the East Ten
nessee Telephone Company which I
was recently brought in the name of
the city of Paducah and for this
reason thrown out of court by Judge
Reed will now be brought in the
name of the commonwealth of Ken
tucky AttorneyGeneral Hays at
last consenting to the use of his
name in the suit
I When the suit was under consid
eration City Solicitor Campbell con
sulted with the Attorney General of
the State as to who should file the
suit and it was thought then that it
would be all right to bring the suit
in the name of the city The Attor
neY General seemed to be ot the
opinion that that would be the best
way and in addition did not want to
have his name used in the suit
City Attorney Campbell according
ly prepared the papers and instituted
suit to oust the East Tennessee from
Paducah The attorneys for the de
fendant company held that the city
was not the proper party to bring
suit and Judge Reed so decided
throwing the case out of court
Efforts have been in progress since
then to get the attorneygeneral to
allow the suit to be brought in the
name of the commonwealth and now
that he has consented an amended
petition will likely be filed bringing
suit in the name of the common
wealth within the next ten days
daysNewsDemocrat
NewsDemocratTOM
TOM CLARK JR
Saved From Death By Ne
gro Workman
Tom Clark a young man from
Hopkinsville who has been laying
ing concrete blocks on J B Carters
new residence had a miraculous es
cape from death Wednesday after
noon He was preparing to mend a
leak in a cistern and as he stepped
upon a scaffold it gave way and pre
cipitated him to the bottom of the I
cistern the scaffold tumbling in on
him A negro workman by the aid I
of a ladder got him out in an ap
parently lifeless condition He was I
unconscious for a timet but was
soon resuscitated The water was
about waist deep in the cistern and
Clark woujd probably have drowned
bud fq the prompt work of the
n o = Pembroke Qurnal J
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Through Cars to New York
Via Pennsylvania Short Lines
LeaVeikoUisville 1 p nu daily pft8
sejqgers go to New York without
s eppiftg from the train Meals re
jutred en route t Pitt burg aerve J
In dining cars a la cartelipay
pnlyiorywhat you order WrIte to
Ct H Hagertjr District IPaiiaeuirer
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A mjidiaonville dispatch shy M
The interurban train service a
tween Earlington and Madisonvijjpl
and Earlington and Nortorivifief
which was forecasted some we <
since is to be inauguaated as s ont
the necessary arrangements cffl IH
be made This is gathered f rom ml r
lerviefswiSWcials of the LouIS
Mlle olio Nashville railroad JB
Thus officials say four or five Jj
ditioriai telegraph offices will be jgju
along the line between Madigdff
ville and Nortonville in order to han 1i
die this frequent additional train sera j
vice by a practical block system all
aijting the line Perhaps six adtjffc
tlpnal operators will be required Jo i
handle this traffic and the already I
very numerous passengerfreght iSfdj I
coal trains that now keep the railsj I
hot on this section of the L > N
In addition to the regular stops
now made it is understood the new
trainswill atop at Victoria Hecla w
South Diamond Chesiey and other j
points as the traffic may demand J
Connections will be made at NM
tonsvjlle with all trains on the IUJS
hois Central
The service as planned will be n
at 715 a m and cease at 655 pJml
pTrains EfflRj
Trains will be run each way at J
vats of about an hour and thicee
quarters This service is in addition j
to the regular passenger service
now in effect between these points
which will not be interfered with >
Just what effect the installation n i
of this service will have upon tlie
proposed electric interurban road J
remains to be seen 1
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Dining a la Carte J
In New Cafe Cars
To Indianapolis and Chicago
Over Pennsylvania Short Line
onlyfor
for what you order New cafe car
runs in The Chicago Special
leaving Louisville 820 a m daily I
arriving Indianapolis 1130 a m
Chicago 530 p m Private room
sleeping car in train leaving Louis
vine 815 p m arriving Indianolis
Furthere
information given by C ELHagerty +
District Passenger Agent Louis
ville Ky 3
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Round trip tickets on sale to all
points west and southwest Nov 21
to Dec 5thDec 19th at less than
one fare Call at Illinois Central for
particularsJ
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Bears theThe Kind You Hava Always Bought
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Ai Jotra opened the book three flitdollar
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Have you ever read or do you know where
there Is a little story better than tho above i
We will Rive
10000
for LITTLE STORIES
bright savings anecdotes and short
verses We don t care where you find them
iiaonly they must be stood We are search
searching
thebest
helpfind
find them You may have Just what we
want in a scrap book or it may be in your
pocketbook right now
Hundreds b light including w piles of
sflyer dollars AS high as the brat ten winners
You have just as good a chance as anyone
Look4or a Clipping Today
The only condition is Jhat you must be t
subscriber to the National Magazine Send
twifivft 20 stamp far six months sub
ictlption with clipping and your name will
bo entered for the award Address
NATIONAL MAGAZINE
JOE CHAPPLE Editor i
19 048 J9RCpESTieR AVENUE j
Bostoa Moasi
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NEW RECORD
IN FOOTBALL
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Twenty Killed andun
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Conference of Twenty Coif
leges Will B6 taiSel toJ I
Abolish the Game
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CAUSES OF DEATHi
It 1905 1
Concussion 0 fb ralnQ1
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Internal injuries 5
E iacture of skull 4
4Paralysis
Mood poisoning ltl 1
Acuteperitonitl Jts v 1
Spinal memngjtjijvJ 1
pHeart puncturelj 1
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Total 20
I All records for football brutality
+ were smashed during the season just
iHosedc
Twenty lives were sacrificed ex
feeding by seven the black record of
1903 while the number of casualties
greatly surpassed that of any previ
ous year
I Here are the football fatalities in
the last thirteen years
+ 1893 8 1900 4
1894 7 1901 9
Ali 95 4 1902 12
1896 9 1903 13
f89710 1904 11
1 898 8 1905 L 20
189911
> V Total126
Previous Records Broken
IOf the twenty youths slaughtered
twelve were high school players
Eleven were boys of seventeen and
under and three were seasoned col
lege men presumably fit for the
rigors of the game The list of severe
ly injured will reach over 150 which
exceeds all previous records by a
score or more
The first death on record of a fem
fern1
inine football player occurred during
the season the victim being Miss
Bernadelte Decker eighteen years
ojd daughter of a leading politician
of Cumberland Md Ina rough
scrimmage among girls of her school
she received injuries that developed
into acute peritonitis
TO ABOLISH FOOTBALL
Conference of TwentyEight
Colleges to be Called
New York Nov 28New York
university will issue a call for a con
ference of the twenty colleges whose
football teams have played New York
university since 1885 when the New
York university football team was
organized The New York university
delegates will support a resolution
that the present game of football
ought to be abolished
This action was decided on at a
meeting of the university authorities
today Halfback Moore of Union
college was fatally hurt in a game
with the New York university on I
Saturday lasti
c WE IN A FIGHT
Princeton Editor Has Un
welcome Caller
Monday evening while standing
in the postoffice talking to S Td
Moore and Frank U Harriss J R
Catlett rushed into the postoffice
with a rock in his hand and at j
tempted to assault the editor of the C
Chronicle We knocked his blow I
off and Messrs Moore and Harriss
stepped in between and put the
rowdy outPrinceton Chronicle i
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BEN ARMISTEAD
Takes Unto Himself a Bride
at Pembroke It
Mr R Ben Armistead a young
farmer of hear Pembroke and Miss
Ella Lackey of the same nighbor
hood were parried in Nashville lastc
Wednesday I
The bride is a daughter of Mpf B 1
D Lt key and is a niece of Mrs M
HMqGrdw of this dtyc i
t i
IA1Yin Joslin matinee at 28J It is
afternoon Prices 15c and 25c r j
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ROBERT T
r AN OERSON
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Information Sought In Re
gard tooted Teacher and
Bat Minister I i
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DIED SERE IN iM r
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His Worjfci As Instructor of
the Deaf Attracted Na
tional Attention
t Dr Alexander Graham Bell of
Washington D C > the inventor of
the telephone htis for many yeara E
been greatly interested in the educa
tion of the deaf and is preparing a A
series of sketches regarding the
formation of the schools for the deaf 1
in the United States This series j
of articles is being published in the
I Association Review 1 a magazine
published in the interest of the teach
ing of speech to the deaf
Dr Bell desires to include in his
series of articles a sketch of the school I
of the Rev RobertT Anderson who
occupied a unique position in the
teaching of the deaf in this state
Mr Anderson was a native of
Caroline Co Va and in 1818 remov
ed to Kentucky He probably knew
something of the school of John
Braidwood young Scotchman and
the Rev John Kirkpatrick who were
in 1818 conducting a school for the
deaf near Richmond Va
Mr Anderson on moving to Ken
tucky lived for a while in Glasgow t
and while there attempted to educate
the deaf son of a friend His effort
was so far successful that when he
moved to Christian Co about 1840
he opened a department for the deaf
y
in his school and had about thirty
deaf pupils between 1840 and 1854
These pupils were Henry Waggoner
Octavius Willis Newton Trotter
George Wm and Hiram Thornton I
and Lucy Ann Hughes the last five
from Mo Jacob Todhunter Robert
King Henrietta Sypert Nancy
Hambleton Ann Eliza Angel of New
f
Orleans La Frances Roberts of
Mobile Ala Henry Lusher and i
David Banks of Memphis Tenn
Bob Lawyer now living at Weavers
Store Tenn Benjamin Silkey Moses J
Vanmeter Jackson Holmes Andrew 1
Moore Wm Williams Miss Jennie I
Walker Eustacia Stewart Missouri
Randall Tenn
The following handbill of the school
was found in Carroll County Mis
souri at the home of Newton Trot
ter who left Mr Andersons school
in May 1846I
Education
EducationOf
Of C
The Deaf and Dumb
By R T ANDERSON tot SON I
We teach them to TALK as other
children do First to sound all the t
letters of the Alphabet and then to 1
SPELLand READpronouncing clear
SPELLandREADpronouncingclearly
lYeIf any doubt this let them come
and see and hear We go on to teach
them Writing ArithmeticGrammer I
Geography etc etcand to read
the Bible 1
TERMSPcr Session of five 1
months for Board and Tuition 50
in advance
advanceOur
Our Postoffice is Garrittsburg
Christian County KyNov 10 1845
ROBT T ANDERSON
P SOur School is not confined to
the DEAF and DUMB We teach
others also For the next year the
Term will commence on the 15th of
January 1846
McGiNTY PR Clarksville Tenn
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Miss Mary S Breckinridge of 1
Danville has been here for several
days gathering information regard
ing Mr Andersons work with the
deaf and any one who can furnish
her any information newspaper clip
pings or any letters of Mr Ander
son will confer a favor by commuui I
cating with her at Danville Ky or 1
information may be forwarded to
this office
officeOIiovor RalBS SOUtllWBSt
Less than oneway fare for the
round trip on Oct 3 and 17 Nov 7
and 21 Dec 5 and 19 To points in
the Southwest via Cairo or Memphis I
Southwestivia
and Cotton Bolt Route
You can afford to go now nearly I
as cheap as staying at home
Write for maps and literature on I
Southeast Missouri Arkansas North J
west Louisiana Texas Also cost of
tickets time ot trains etc
L 0 Schaefer T PAs Cincinnati t
L W LaBeaume G P T A 1
1Cotton
Thos H Ennis Immigration Ag i0 k
VV HopWnsvillo Kentucky I
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SERVICE SUNDA
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Gifted Bluegrass Orator Wfll
Deliver Eulogy on the
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Attractive Musical Program
Arranged With Best I r
cal Talent
The annual memorial exercises of
Hopkinsville Lodge BP < 0 ivIol
545 will be held at Hollahd Opetf
House Sunday afternoon at 2 ocloi aj
A committee having the matter lit
charge has been making prepara
tions for some time and everything
is in readiness
The formal address of the occasi64
will be delivered by Hon J Wr
Earlywine of Paris Ky who mala f
a reputation as an orator at u
Knights of Pythias Grand Lodge last
OctoberA
A musical program has been air
ranged There will be vocal solos
by Miss Tommie Lyle Waller of
Morganfield Miss Walker Williams
and Mr Guy Starling
Instrumental music will be fur
nished by Dr R F McDaniel and
Mr Fritz Fallenstien with flute and
violin and by Mrs J H Anderson
and Misses Clara Bonte and Katie
Manson on the piano
The public is invited to attend the
session and doubtless the exercises
will be attended by a large audience
PREPARING SUIT
Effort to be Made to Break
Will i
The late Thomas E Moss of Pa
ducah who died several months ago ti
at Manila P 1 wrote his will in
October 1904 and his signature was
witnessed by James Caldwell of Pa
ducah and Col W R Howell of
this city Mr Moss left a good os
tate but nothing was bequeathed to
his oldest son Jesse Moss and suit
will be filed to break the will on the
grounds that his fathers ill health
mentally incapacitated him before
the document was executed andi
that he was influenced to leave the
property to other relatives
Was Playing Chess
Dr Thomas E Moss who has just
arrived in Manila Philippine Islands
to assume his duties in t constabu
lary department in a letter to Dr
Frank Boyd gives the exact details
of the death of his father Major
Thomas E Moss of this city which +
have never been known here before
Major Moss died about three months
ago while on a visit to his daughter
Mrs Mary Moss Wheat Dr Moss
was on his way to the Philippines
when the news of his fathers death
reached here Major Moss dropped
dead while playing chess with a
friend Captain WheatPaducah
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Arrive Princeton 740 a m
U Paducah 925 am
U Cairo 1125 a m
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U Chicago 945 p m
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Arrive Princeton 1225 p m
U Henderson600 p m
C IEvansville 625 p m
Leave Princeton1239 p m
Arrive Louisville 585 p m
Leave Princeton 235 p m +
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