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Special Mollees Bretier run with locll reed
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PuiLiatms
Official Dircclovij
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Governor John VonnK Drown
llenltnanl GaveroorMltchelt C Allortl
Secretary or SlalelohnW lleadley
AtalttantSetretarrofStalalldwarcl O Llh
IrltJIo Seretarr to Ooternor Henry ODIckicn
Attorney OtneralW J Jlemltlck
AmlllorL C Norman
Trcaaurer Hi S Hale
Superintendent ol Public Initmcllon Ed Por
lerTnompton
KcKlttor Land Office Gteen 1 finango
Insurance Commlaaloner Henry P Duncan
Deputy Comtnlitloner W T Ilavena
Adjutant General Ar J Gioaa
Aaiiatant Adjutant General H I Rirhardain
Supl Araenal Capt Darld OConnel
Stiolpipector ol Public Train W II
Commlialoner of ARtlailture Nlcli McDowell
Court ot ArpeaU Chlel Justice W S Tryor
tinier G 1 Eastln I It Grace T II Partner
II 1 1 Gully J II Ilaielrlatl j II Lewis
Keporter It W lllneaf Clerk Court An
pli A AridamS Deputy Clerks Court Appeals
Hobl L Green Wood LonKinoor In Serjeant G
A Kokertscni Tipstaff W S 11 Ifili
Superior Court Presiding Jud Jos Harbour
Jnde W II Yost Jr Jos Harbour j II
Librarian Mr Mary Ilrown Day
Inspector of Mined C J Norwood
Kallroad Commission Chairman James N
Saunders Secretary D C Hardin Chas II
Joynia UreyWoodJon
County
tudje of Circuit Court C J Pratl
Commonwealths Attorney John T Grayot
Circuit Court Clerk John Christy
Judta of County Court Jno G D Hall
County Attorney Roy Salmon
County Clerk W II Arnold
Sheriff Will Thomson
Jallor S F Otlutt
Superintendent of Schools Thos If Smith
Coroner Joo II Booth
UAOISTfckTIS
Flitt Dlitrict Henry Shaw
Second Distatct O J Farnsworih
Third District J C Uacon
Fourth District TPJones
Fiflh Dlstilct IItF Porter
Siilh DltrictV II Cato
Sljurctj Directory -
CVTIIOLICi CHURCH OP TUB IMMACULATE
l CONCEPTION
First mass 700 a mI second mats and sermon
5 J3 a in Kosary Instruction and benediction at
t jo p m every Sunday A M Coenan pastor
CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Services regularly held morning and evening
every First and Third Sunday in each month
Young Mena Prayer meeting Tuesday night
Kegular Prayor meeting TLursday night Sun
dayschool at 930 am J W LIGON Pastor
MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH
Services second Saturday evening and Sunday
etch month Prayer meeting Monday night
Sunday chcol at go a in D S Edwards Pastor
M E CHURCH
Services first Sunday each month Sunday
rchool t 100 p m G M DURNNETT Vastor
M E CHURCH SOUTH
Servlcos every fourth Sunday tnorniug and
night by J T Cherry Pastor Prayer meeting
every Friday night
y p sTcTiRI STI AN ENDEAROtI
Prayer meeting every Sunday esenlng at 630
at Assembly Hall
ZIOM A at K CHURCH
Services every Sunday morning at tt oclock
nd evening M 7 oclock Sunday school at 930
a in W A Walker pastor
MT ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
Services Ssbbath at 11 a m and 7 p m Sun
day school at 030 a in W W Foster pastor
inaftisoupiirc
CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Preaching third and fourth Sundays at
io3aa m and 800 p m by Rev S F Fowler
Communion service every Sunday at 1030 a m
Praer meeting every Wednesday evening at 830
BAPTIST CHURCH
Preaching every first and third Sunday morning
and evening by Rev Wyndes Prayer meeting
Wednesday evening Sunday icbool every Sun
day morning at 913
M B CHURCH SOUTH
Preaching every first and third Lorda day
morning and evening by J T Cherry Prayer
Meeting Thursday evening Sunday school every
Sunday morning at 060
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CUMUERJUND PKESBVTERIAN CHURCH
Presrblng every Second Sabbath at 11 a ru
730 p in by JV A llocn Pastor Prayer
meeting avery Friday night at yjo oclock
PBEsayTERUN CHURCH
-Sunday-school
every Sunday morning at 015
Prsarhlng every third Sunday afternoon at 4
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Cobgc Directory
E W TURNER LODGE No 5 F
A SC otait matlnB lh Mrs n
VV third Saturdays In each month at 730 p
f m Tiansientbrethrencordlallvlnvitcd
to attend F U ARNOLD W M
Chas Cowrii Secretary
jnvk ST BERNARD LODGE No ao I
Aiige O t F Meets every Tuesday night
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atrtoi tn Vliltlne brethren
diallv invited to attend
PIERCE MEYERS N G
C II IIuht Secretary
ARLINGTON COMMANDERY No JJ
UNITED ORDER OF THE COLDEN CROSS
mens Second and Fourth Saturday nlgbts each
month A cordial Invittalon Is extended visiting
Sir Knights and Utiles
J D WYATT N C
TII08 N BLACK K of R
VICTORIA IODQE No 84 KNIGHTS OF
PYTHIAS meets every Monday night In the
Masonic building All members of the order are
cordially invited to attend
CHAS COWELL C C
W P Uurx K of R and S
HOPKINS LODGE No V- W mens
every Thursday evening at 730 oclock p pi
Visiting brethren cordially Invited to attend
B II Scsuocs Recorder
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H6U5E PAINTING
Really Artistically and Honestly
Kiecuied by those
Veterans c the Druili
Charles J Tom McFaden
Will male eitlmaies select colors and execute
work n a style and finish second to none They
waste no material slight no details and Inva
riably give satisfaction They take pains and
pleasure In eiecuting all work Is heir line If
you Are even thinking of painting It Is o your
Interest to consult Ibcin
Address Mc FAULT SON
nijoiy Darnesloy Ky
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BUCKEYE rlllsU
OINTMENT
CUBES NOTHMB BUT PHESj
A SURE find CERTAIN CURE
known for IS youra as the
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Atlventnis In New Jereey Tlief nt
trio Itecord
A couple o Now Vork cycllsU had a
peculiar ndvonturo In tlio Ifitid of mos
quitoes otltcrwlso Now Jorsoy Tlio
two mon liolong to tlio lltrcrsldo olub
nnd nro cullntslnsU but not rncora
Thoy hntt boon sponuMng lliolr vncatlon
on their wlicols and on tlio last day
had planned for a century whloh
should end at Aabuy park niucoeomo
o ttiolr Morula had made this same
ruu tn fnst time they determined to
lower tho record If possible
Ilia day was air JI10 roads food and
the ilrst halt was covorcd In tlmo wall
insldo tho proper figures lint within
twonty UTO miles of their destination
thoy struck a aandy stretch and when
thoy had finished It they almost gate
up hopo ai they real Ixed what fast
traveling1 they would havo to do In or
dcr to cover tho romalnlbjr ilttcon
miles within tho limit Hut thoy de
termined to try
lleforo they had covered many mtloa
they overtook n rider going their way
at a air Jotf Without stopping
one of them yelled to him as they sped
by Sot us a pace
In a few minutes ho had caught up
with the leader and dropping in ahead
of him began to ineroasa tho pace Ifo
was evidently a good rider and tho
Now Yorkers began to pump harder
This continued for a mile and then in
an unlucky moment ono of them called
out Lead ofTI Woro in a hurry
Then tho troublo began for the
pacer turned with a smile and Inquired-
How fast do you want it
Two minutes if you can was tho
reply
Tho demand was apparently taken
in earnest for tho leader quickly
opened up a gap which they wcro uu
ablo to flit They bent further over
their handle bars whllo tho perspira
tion started in streams but all to no
avail Ho forged ahead moro rapidly
as their energies began to waver under
tho unusual exertion and the last Been
of tho unknown rider he was disap
pearing over tho crest of a hlll soma
halt mile ahead
Not many miles further on thoy
stopped at a convenient wheelmens
rotrcat and while Indulging in liquid
refreshment to celobrato tho end of
their run ono of them fell Into con
versation with tho proprietor
Old you seo a blue enamel wheel go
by hero 0 short time beforo wo came
up hoinqulred
About Ave minutes ago
Well perhaps so
Yes I sawit
Well who was that streak of
greased lightning on It
Why that was Zimmerman re
plied tho proprietor with a laugh
You didnt try to raeo him did you
Tho two answorcd not a word but
looked at each other solcmnlymarched
out of tlio door and mounting their
wheels rode slowly away Thcjstory
finally reached their clubmatcs and
now the only reply thoy mako to tho
continuous queorlug thoy rccclvo is
Well we beat tho record anyway
N Y Tribunes
STARTING TO SCHOOL
It If a Grand unci Poiupoun Ceremony In
tlio Lund pf the Sultan
It is romarkabla that tho mora se
cluded tho domestic Ufa of a people is
tho greater is the publicity given to all
ceremonies connected with tho family
ovorUk This is particularly noticeable
In Turkey where nil the neighborhood
Is called upon to witness the observ
ances both religious and secular wltli
Which such Incidents q family life
as birth marriage and death aro at
tended
At some of the inosquo schools each
child receives twofnll suits of clothes
every year ono for summer and one
for winter In tho secondary schools
which nro under the government the
pupils aro not only lodged fed and
taught but rcceivo also n pension in
monoy
With these tempting prospects be
fore him little Achmot or Sollm when
his fond parents have decided that ho
is old enough to begin Ills education is
not liko many of our own urchins
seen crcoplng like a snail unwillingly
to school
Dressed in his holiday suit and be
decked with all tho jewels and personal
adornments which his parents possess
or are able to borrow for the occasion
on his head a velvet fez almost covered
with strings of sequins gold pendants
and pearl tassels he is mounted ou a
superbly caparisoned horse nnd led In
pompous procession through tho
streets in the neighborhood of the
school
Beforo liim his future instructors
walk- backward slowly and gravely
as if to prolong the ceremony Be
hind htm on a cushion in carried the
Koran to know which holy book by
heart entitles the youth or maiden to
the honorable tltto of haflz the little
folding bookstand incrustcd with
mother of pearl for holding the sacred
volume and 1118 chanta or writing
case embroidered with stars and cres
cents in gold thread
All his futuro school fellows follow
two by two chanting verses attributed
to the prophet Inciting to the lovo of
learning to brotherly kindness in
dustry and tolerance and concluding
with good wlshesvfor their new com
panion praises to his parents and
teachers and finally glorification of
tho sultan
The masters beat tlmo with a long
wand with which they also give the
signal at tho end of ech verse for the
solemn refrain of Amin from the
chorus In which the spectators join
On returning to the parental roof a
distribution of small coin Is made to
all tho beggars and other people col
lected round the gateway for in the
east the poor always como in for their
share of tho rejoicings of their brethren
more favored by fortuho Pittsburgh
Dispatch
Lire Htock Company
Stranger What line of business are
you In
Mr Barnes tlio aotor I am at the
head of a stock company a good
strong live stock company
Stranger with Interest What is the
price of Mono Bay City Chat
Ills Wish
Well sir demanded the haughty
plutocrat ntcrulyj what do you
wshV
I I wish I hiidnl
herd stammered tho bashful younjj
suitor for tho heart and hand of tut
plutocrats only daughter Puck
Iteiuarkablo Fortitude
That whisky Jsflecn years old 1
know it because Im had it that long
royoclf
Tho Colouel rlly jovtr trl you must
be a mah of jiheuionenal self control
Life
llopvlens
Tnin has projwHetl and nsked mo to
give him iuy answer In a letter
SbullyoudoHYi
Nos I wlH bo more Jlbcial nnd give
him his answer In two lctcrV Ilar
Persi lhuar
Iter Chief Fault
By Jo vol I left my pockctbook un
der my pillow I
Oh well your servant is hfyncst
isnt she
Thats jut Jt sholl take Hrljrlit up
to iuy wMClHgo nofil
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HOW TO LOSE FLKaM
The Testimony of One Who list Nattered
nnd neen ltedeemed
It began nftof an Illness and a diet
of milk a gradual and persistent ac
cumulation of flesh that grow with
yoars until tho lines of tlio figuro wcro
destroyed proportions marred and the
woman felt her own Identity lost
There was twice as much of hor she
used to say as there had beon before
nnd she did not know how to adapt
herself to bar new possession She
felt apologetic In her attitude to old
friends who htvd not seen her for some
time as though when she mot them
she must atone ior having brought so
much more with her than they had ox
pectedi
She became under tho weight of her
new responsibility self conscious self
deprcelatlvo scnsitlvo worried hope
less and helpless ltor taste wait
shooked her soaslbllltles woundod
There seemed no escape no remody
ller sympathetic friends loo Sorry for
her to bo truthful refused to acknowl
edge any unduo Increasoot size Thoy
reasoned against her anxieties with
falso platitudes and never confessed
her awkwardness Sho might have bo
lieved them but that ono day when
in a summer dress that Weighed little
she tipped tho scales at two hundred
and seven Sho never forgot tho son
Bation
It was then she determined to con
quer herself After much study and
looking about sho determined upon a
regimen Sho Instantly gavo up sugar
in tea or coffee and milk at any time
For two months she took for break
fast luncheon and dinner only beef
steak and toast and now and then
spinach and lettuce always oranges
oranges tn plenty Sho drank with this
clear coffee or tea Somotimes she
took claret Sho limited tho amount
of water taken through tho day to ono
quart or at most threo pints Oomo
of ibis sho drank hot beforo or after
moals Often sho squeezed thejulco
of a lemon in it When tho two months
wcro over and tho flesh had begun to
diminish sho ate other vegetables and
fruit corn peaches celery but never
any vegetable that grow underground
potatoes onions parsnips turnips
or beets She uever ateand this was
her most important rulo sho never
ate anything fermenting in character
any pears plums grapes or sweets
Becauso bread has a fcrraonting qual
ity la It sho always toasted it dry
Pudding sho never touchod sauces nor
cake If any food led to flatulency In
any form sho knew at once It was food
to do avoldod By and by after tho
first few months she allowed herself
now and then an occasional sweet or
an ice but never as a habit
She relied but little upon exercise
except to walk regularly everyday
She never rodo in a liorso car without
stopping to think whothcrho could
not walk tho ilistanco ns wcu wnnout
fatigue Sho alwoys Jn fact avoided
fatigue when sho could fatlguo lead
inp to relaxation of tho muscles as
she discovered and a kind of pufflncss
of tho flesh Tbcro was then less re
sistance to fatty formations
In a year this woman lost forty
pounds and this without exhausting
herself or submitting her body to vio
lent tests Iler digestion novor was so
perfect her color and her general
hoallh improved No wrinkles showed
themselves tho adaptations through
all her system having been gradual
The first few months of tho regime
sho considers critical It is then that
the new habits of tho body aro bolng
formed and self denial self control
careful guidance and a rigid sense of
duty are of paramount importance
The sufferings re nil in the early
stages and the sufferings then are
only in controlling some appetite for a
sweet After that- self master be
comes easy and with self mastery an
occasional indulgonco leads to no
harm occasional meaning once In
many months Harpers Bazar
THE BRIDE GOT AHEAD
An Amusing Incident at a TCashluctoa
Wedding
A very amusing thing occurred at
my church tho other day said a
young nilnister A couple were to bo
married and when they came to the
rehearsal the night before it was evi
dent that none of them from tho bride
groom to the doorkeeper know just
exactly what was expected of them I
cxplaiaed to tho best of my ability to
each one separately what they had to
do how and where they were to walk
laying particular stress on the distance
thoy were lo observe between tho dif
ferent members of the bridal party
while advancing to the altar and also
upon the fact that tho ushers should
give the organist the cuo by a nod of
the head when to begin the wedding
march Now tho organist was also a
new and young musician who had
never officiated at a wedding before
On the night of tho wedding the
church was crowded Tho bridegroom
tho best man and I wero waltlpg in tho
vestry room and I could hear the or
ganist extemporizing some plaintive
melody when suddenly tho janitor
rushed in the door and said the ushers
were half way up tho aisle I looked
out in dismay and beheld the first two
ushers almost to the altar steps the
bridesmaid about two feet behind
them and the bride with her father
already started on their journoy I
beckoned to them to go back oud they
stood stock still in tho middle of tho
aisle I rushed to the organist and
called out to him to start the march
Then I grimaced and nodded and beck
oned until I finally got the party
started again all around Tho organ
ist in the evident doslre to make up for
lost time played the march in a break
neck tempo and kept It up right nlonjf
after we had all assembled I waited
for fully thirty seconds and thon began
to pet anxious as he showed no sign
of lettiug up until ho had played the
composition to the end and with all its
repetitions while wo stood there la
front of tho crowded church Wash
ington Times
Jane said the mistress to the
new girl what burned that large
hole in the rug Fire answered
Jane laconically Aud there the dia
logue ended
Where the logs Missed It
VCoibett and Fltzslmmous cant be
very smart Why it would be the easl
est thing iu the world for them to nri
tuhge tp pull oft their fight right in
Kow Vork
And not get arrested
Certainly not All they have to
do Is to become center rushes on rival
football clovens Brooklyn Life
The Time or ItSmaure
Groom Well that umbrella gohe
nnd Ill have to get ahother one Well
stop In Bigg Store Cos
Bride Horrors no Go to some lit
tle shop on a side street
Dear me Why
My darling lets not spend our hon
tyuioou waiting for change Jf V
Weekly
Clothed lu ller Hlght Mind
L hope our boy wont acquire any
cxtravagout hublt said the village
minister anxiously
His yjfe siuld she didnt worry
Bbjoifaslcanlceephlmluyourbld
onea tliat I havo cut down she dOd
I do notitklaV there In anv Ji
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THE LATEST AND MOST APPROVED STYLES ALL SIZES
CAN FITt
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The POINT is Visible
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NEW ASSORTMENT OF
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
THE TJAIMDIEST LOT IN TOWN
THESE ARE BEAUTIES
DO NOT FAIL TO SEE -THEM
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AND SMALL PROFITS
IS LOOKED AFTER -BY
A COMPETENT
CORPS OF CLERKS
Our Stock of Groceries far surpasses any other in the country You pjet what you
order and pay only what first class goods can be bought for and for what you get
Only the best brands of Canned Goods do we handle It is the same in everything
The best is by far the cheapest
See what we have in poffeee Sugars and other staples tOur
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trial A -
In everything as stated it is the JWEZXy and tjp 333X which takes
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Ilio slrrvnglers grri I another trick
wiilou RoitidhienpriH tiop liiauir i not
very oftSn wltlMuictaftV t the prtlUc
itnow n titm which ior it tup tiihi o
Is usually tried by u pi umnor wllb ap
pears exceedingly submiiMva ami fill
ing to go quietly lint If ih police
man Is thrown off hi jiiaii1 the cap
tive knows ho U safe With rt rapid
movement to tho side ho springs on
tho officer partly from behind and
throws his right arm round thq Con
stables neck s6 that tho Intuit side of
tho elbow prelum on tho windpipe
Then with h nlulrp pressure he tight
ens tho arm grasps I1I1 toft hand
round his right wrist and jerks as
hard ns ho can if ha Is anyway ex
port and has time to get tils arm firm
ly sot In tha right position It Is all
over with tho constable No maticr
how powerful lio may be ho Will not
break tho murderous trip and I1I1 foe
Is practically out of reach Lest thaii
a mlnuto is usually enough o produce
total unconsciousness atid long beforo
that stage is ronehei tho constable is
at tho morcy of the rulllau whose ur
rest hJ had accomplished
There Is yet another ruse which js
often tried nud now mid ngolu suc
ceeds A constabla grabs his man by
the 1 coat collar and A motm nt later
finds himself possessed of tho coat
Whllo the owner Is vanishing -in his
shirt sleoves Tho trick however ts
generally foiled by tho police who
know It well and who also know that
thieves Occasionally wear coalii with
sleeves so loosoly sewn In that separa
tion is easy and escape easy nho
Hence It is that tho police who are
carefully taught such little details
and others generally take excoedlug
care that thu fingers of the hauil aro
Inserted between the neck and the
shirt a thumb being Warglngly placed
against tho captives windpipe which
can be used effectively Hti qutrod
Those nro but very few of the favor
ite methods adopted by tho wily
wrong doer to preserve his freedom
Thero aro others So brutal that I do
not care to make tlio dottills public
Both aro well known to the criminal
classes and tho police and both nranl
most cortaln if successfully tried to
Injure a constabla seriously for tho
rest of his life It is but the other day
that a very promising ofllccrdlad from
one after months of weary agony
That thero are counter dodges adopted
by tho polico I know full well moth
ods uot altogether dorold of bpttnlltyj
but to tho honor of the force bo It
said not usually adopted savo a mo
ments of real danger And If after
all now and thennn Innocent man suf
fers one can hardly wonder when one
realizes the perils facod utoht after
ulght and day af tqr day by polluo con
stables who have to match tliuinsoltci
unarmed against nil tho scoundrcldtSru
of Loudon Woilmlnster lludgit
St Patrick
phwat n shunp thane bys Iniut have
had wen dcrc old women jumped on
thlm for staying out nights Judge
Thos D Walker
Alias QUI Joker
FIONeR
TINNER
Hastaltenapermaaeotstandat the head
of the class with a full and complete stock of
Stoves Castings and Tin ware
Which he offers to his patrons at prices
which harmonise with a poor mans pocket
and pucescom peti tors In the shade
When it comes to Repairing Hooting or
quttering be always holds the ace and
deace His work is sty hlgh In quality
whilst his prices are dirt cheap His cus
tomers are treated like millionaires
Jf yon shoojd need anything either great
or small in his Hoe Walker is the man you
are looking for Vctf can get what you
want and have a little money left by call
ing on him at the old stand
PATENTS
J RLITTELL
Attorney and Counsellor In Patent
Trade Mar and Copyright Csase
Opposlt Patent Office
Over twelve years experience Wrtle
ior iniorinaiion American anu torcig
Patents Caveats and all business arisln
under the patent laws promptly and care
iuuy prusecuteu
Rejected cases accorded special attention
Upon receipt of model or sketch of In-
ounilon I advise as to patentability with
yet charge Mention this paper
W II JKRNAQAK Vlce Presi and afn HlWcr
O W WAmJir LffJaslilr
3oplcIn5 dcuntu
Madiqnvime Kv
Capital Slock - - - 50000
transacts a general banking business
and invites the accounts of the citizens of
Hopkins and adjoining counties
In thtiint inl mntsuura vaultin
in- 1 1 if inxistfy
VOUJ ORDBR8 FOR -
Yill rceiyc prpnrpt attention n
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