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v",,."""t "' 1 t K I i 1.1 :h - ?1 m 1 tf. 'i f If J It I A. lMTftWiiMll l1.IVvt . vPpe px&& R. C. WJLLKEE, Porixttci WALTER WALKKB, Manager. OEITU ABIES. Not excadic? s " orer 10 & it 5 ceeta p Hot. EFSOLUTIOyS OF ANHQUHCEIEJCT. FOB We ire aslboriwd Zo isowia & craiadite to represses Firs: A Keotccky io CocrtsK, ibet to th luctico of Its Dtsccntic F7 Do not stay at home Saiardfty; Its the act ire ruin vbo helps bis friends. It's yoar Tote tht coanU in Saturday's contest. Nothing abort of the b&llot count. If yon are for OIlie Junes ex pr&ss it in t forcible way by going of tbingt to the polls Saturday and psttisig yoar in for him. Able, clean, brilliant, lovtL firm that' Ollis Jatsea. Yon will be prond vote yon giTe him Saturday, "t It's Saturday the Democratic candidate for congress Trill be nominated; that is the day your choice must be expressed in a way that counts. "Reward the faithful" is a good policy. Everybody knows that OIlie James has been and is the most faithfnl and efficient worker in the party. The congressional campaign is nearing the ead, and it has been ri warm one. 01 lie James has demonstrated his ability on every and all occasions. He has won the prize; register your vote for giving it to him. Mr. Crossland failed to show up at Princeton Monday to look after that "big vote" the Messenger locates in Caldwell for him. Sara has slowly but surely come to the conclusion that he has had enough. Away down in the First district there is a great race on for congress. OIlie James, Sarn Crossland, and some other fellow are in it with a vengeance. It is dollars to mud pies that James walks off with the nomination. Eminence Constitutionalist The primary to Bettle the contest between OIlie James and Sam Crossland in the First district will come off next Saturday, and everything points to the nomination of James. Even the young ladies aro helping him by writing fervent poetry in his behalf. Hop-kin&ville Kenluckian. It looks to a man up a tree very much like JarneB will sweet) things going and coming in this county. One of our correspond, onts has already begun to "holler' for him. Reports from different parts of the county seem to fav r James for the Congressional nominee. Ballard Yeoman. In his Commoner Mr. Bryan Bays he has been urged to indicate his choice of leaders, and whilo disclaiming to suggest any particular man, believeB tho Southe ft S till oa offers an excellent field. Ho names in turn Senators Bnto and Curumck, Gov. McMillen, Bob Taylor and Mayor Head of Nash ville, Tonn. Tho primary to nominate n can) didoto for' congress in tho First district will bo held May 24th. It looks like OIlie James, from the ma u;j;uiiuiii, OBUI jrOB81UTU, 81 Joast a iiiilo. JIf Hooking county Democrats could vote, OIlie would bo tho man, Madisonville Hustler. ' L X" THE SPECIAL ISSUE A Mipffieettij IHtstrttci Editwi c tie Preu Inmr Cipltti:t 1 . . . . . The special iee of the FfcESo will be a corker. Its miaig, manufacturing, professional, coo sercial and financial ree of the year will be Tery fall and complete. The photographer has been kept on the jump for two weeks. Exteriors, interiors, fine resides-; oej, faces and raining scenes bare ben made ready for the engraver. Dycesburg, Salem, Fredonia, Lola Mattoon will be visited with the camera very snortiy. .tracts ana figures from thee places are wanted to make up the grand round up of this prosperous section. All advertising for this issue shook! be made readv now. We want to include it all in 12 to Id pages and its a country where there's no lack to say. Cell up the Peeso by telephone, or better still writa us and say just what you want and we will do the rest. The band waeon is moving. We want you and you want us. Get things The country that the Press covers Livingston, Caldwell ana Crittenden is making Monte Cristas. We want the world to know it, and the world is going to know it COV. BOB TAYLOR Heard by an Immense Audience Tuesday Evening. Lowering clouds darkened the heavens Tuesday evening. The lightning flashed, the rain fell and for an hour or two the weather could hardly have been more Bob Taylor was in town and the storm did not frighten his admirers, and when the great Tennesseean appeared before the footlights at the opera bouse he was greeted by an immense audience- The speaker was introduced by Mr. Walter Walker. "The Old Plantation" was the governor's theme. He was assisted by a trio of singers, and sweet old time melodies were interwoven in the beautiful lecture. To say that the lecture was good is insufficient; it was superb, matchless. The audience was completely charmed. During the past year the finest platform speakers in America have appeared at the opera house, but Bob Taylor is the favorite. He nas lectured here twice and a big audience heard him on each occasion. He will always be welcomed by a big crowd in this city. Among the audience were large parties of ladies and gentlemen from Salem, Smith-land, Hampton, Crayneville, Fredonia, Sturgis and other neighboring towns. JAMES SPEAKS At Princeton A Special Run From Marion, Train OHie Jamos spoke at Princeton Monday. Ho was greeted by an immense audionce, and his able defense of his candidaoy created great enthusiasm. Mr. CroBsIand failed to show up, although he had announced that ho would be thoro to meet Mr. James in joint debate. Ho would have received but little encouragement had ho boon thoro. James will carry Caldwell coun. ty by an overwhelming majority. A special train, chartered by tho friends of Mr. James, carriod two hundred enthusiastic Jamos sup-porters from this city to Princoton county of Crittenden, will boat to hear the candidate. I will on May 22, 23 and 24 soli ruuud trip tiokots to Hopkinsville for $1.70, Good to return May 25tb, L, Johnson, Agent. THE PRIMARY Saturday, May 24th, From 7:00 O'clock in the Morning Until 5:00 in the Evening. POLLS OPEN IN EVERY VOTING PRECINCT. Every Democrat in the First Cwjressional District should find ii a pleasant talk to go to the polls Saturday, between the hours of 7 a. m. and 5p.ni, end through that great American institution, the billot, express his choice for a noatiaee for Congress. The power of selecting public servants is vested ia the people, and the exercise of this power is not a task to be pot off or taken on at pleasure, but it is a duty, positive and serious in its aatare, the performance of which may effect, for weal or woe, the destiny of a nation. The party, through its regular organization and, according to a time-honor d method, has been called upon to select its nominee, awl now, if you believe in its doctrines, and have faith in its men, go to your voting place next Saturday and by registering your narna and ballot give evidence of that faith. There are two candidates, and there are marked differences between them. Sir. James has been one of the most active, earnest. efficient workers for his party in the State. With no personal ends in view, with an ambition to see his party succeed and its principles applied in Government affairs, ho has stood for the cause in the of fensive as well as the defensive fight, for years; his ability as a cam- paigner has given him prominence, and the demand for his services throughout the State has been greater than for any other speaker. Without hesitancy, without remuneration, he has responded to every call, and the Democracy of the State has learned to love and trust him. His firm convictions, his aggressive spirit, has made him active in party councils, and he has le en prominent in shaping party He is a splendid type of the young, aggressive, hopeful Democracy. Of fine character, magnetic personality, ho is richly endowed with the qualities of the great leader. Loyalty, earnestness, activity are three of his marked characteristics, and in theso the Democracy of the country may trust with impunity, and upon theso build with hope for the future. Let the Democrats", show their appreciation of such a man by going to the polls and giving hirn tho endorsement his work, his character and ability deserve. Suoh n courso not only places the parly and the country in safe hands, hut o n courages our gifted young men to take deeper interest in publio affairs. The polls will be open at overy voting place in the county from 7 a. in. to a p. m. Saturday. Mr. James is a man of recogniz. ed ability, both as a politician and statesman, and fully able to cope with Iris competitors on the stump or in the balls of congress, and being entirely free from any ring or clique or combination he stands as the defender of the rights of the people for morality and Democracy. Fulton Leader. Mr. James has long been a great favorite with the Trigg county Democracy. No man in the State has done more for tho party or moro promptly to its call when there was work to be done, and the number of speeches made here during the campaigns of the past have won for him a place in the hearts of the loyal Democrats of the county possessed by no other man of his age in tho State. Cadi. Record. OHie James has been fighting tho battles ot uoraocrsoy even sinco ho was eighteen years old, and has made moro speeches in the state than any man of his age, and as wo novor had tho money to pay his expenses, and having a chanco to pay thorn without it costing us anything, wo expeot to go to the polls and cast our voto for him on next Saturday, Whilo his opponent has rocoived some fifteen or twenty thousand dollars as commonwealth and county attorney, Ollio Jamos has never as-ked for an office before, aud we boliovo in dividing up the good thincs that we have to give away. Tho Times hopes and oxpoota Mr. James to bo nominated. Calloway Times, Noxt Saturday is our Congres sional primary. Wo believe it is tho duty as well as priviloge of ovory Democrat to go to his voting place and express his ohoico. While the Times is gud has been for OHie James we have no mud to sling at his opponent. Indeed wo surely have reason euough, as has tho gallant Democracy of Calloway county, for being for James without mentioning his opponent. OHie James has for the last ten years made the Democracy's fight in this county and district his cause and his fight. Xoy, more, wlerovor the flag of Democracy has led throughout the entire State, OIlie James has followed fearlessly, bravely and earnestly defending her principles and contending for tho support of her nominees. OHie James has given his time, his energy and his all in tho support of the principles ho loves, and for these labors and sacrifices on his part we beliovo that tho noble and appreciative Democracy of this county and ought and will honor him with their votes next Saturday. Ollio Jamos, young, strong of body and mind, loyal to overy principle of Democracy, one of the great common people, whom he loves, and to whom ho will bo true, wo boliove he should and will bo nominated by tbo people next Saturday. Calloway Times. Returns After Thirty-Two Years. years ago Joe Robertson, of this county, left his wifo and family to go to mill, A few days ago he returned and without his grist. His wife, not hearing from him, after a number of years, married a good citizen of tho neighborhood, and they have raised a family and are now old pooplo, and presumably somewhat dislurbod ovor the appoarance of ono wnom tliey tuougbt dead years ago. Robertson is old and feoblo and is stopping with relatives in tho south part of tho county, Murray Tiniw, imBBBBS&m Boston & Walker Sell Everything at Reasonable Prices Buy from them and your Goods will be first class. t Furniture, Building: Lumber Paints and Oils Wall Paper, Screen Doors and Windows. Always the Right Gooods at the Right Prices. g!! Seasonable Merchandise I hove received my stock of NEW SPRING GOODS and it comprises the best values In Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Ladies and Gents Furnishings. JJelU for Ladies and Gents. Suspenders, Neckwear and a General Line of Novelties of all kinds. (mplclc Slock Qr()cerjes an(j pr0VjSjOnS( Remember I pay the Highest Market Price for Chickens, Eggs and Produce of all kinds. J. W. PRITCHETT, GLADSTONE, - - - KENTUCKY. iiiiiiV vx kiiiiiM JVV ' If you stop to figure out where the true economy in paint buying comes, you'll soon sec that the best paint is cheapest. Two-thirds the cost of painting is the labor. It costs just as much to put on poor paint as it does good paint more in fact because the poor paint doesn't work so easily. But the poor paint won't last as long ; it makes you repaint sooner. Even the apparent saving in cost per gallon is eaten up by the fact that it takes more gallons of the low priced paint. The truest economy is good prepared paint. The truest prepared paint is THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAIHT. SOLD BY BOSTON A WALKER, MARION, KY.