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PAUL M MOORE
EDITOR AND PUBLWHER
JAMES E FAWCETT
ASSOCIATE EDITOR A BUSINESS MGR
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
On Year 1 00
Six mpuihs 60
Three Months 25
Single Copies 6
gpeoimon copies mailed free on ap
plication wanted in all parts
of the county Address us for par
ticulars
Telephone No 47
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THURSDAY NOV 9 1905
I
LAWOAD WITH ADVERTISERS I
Advertising With a Fianr
The modern advertiser goes
about the a d y e r ti Sin g
campaign in a totally differei
way to the advertiser who is
governed by precedent 1he
wide awake advertiser is not
content to believe that > any old
kind of advertising placed in
most any medium that mig
happen along will get him reo
suits but he goes to work and
formulates a plan to get as much
as he can for the money invest
the same as he would were h
planning to buy anything else
for his advertising on a fixed
plan and along scientific lines
Too many business men think
that advertising consists in put
ting copy in a medium and wai
ing for results they have got
along and made some money in
this way for a food many rear3
and they dont see any necessit
for a change now If this sCrt
of advertising pays carefull
planned advertising would pay
them ten times over
Advertising conducted on the
no plan basis cannot possibl
yield the returns that it would
if it were the result of o care
fully arranged policy The bus o
iness houses who do such advet
tising get only the business of
the people who actually want
the goods and come
and get them because the ad
vertisement gave them the in
formation that they would hay
had to find in the city directory
The profitable kind 0 of adver
tising is the kind of advertisinj
that creates wantsmake thing s
they had not thought of before
that gets hold of the desire and
makes sales
salesOFFICIAL
OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Shows Decrease in Railroad Accident
Airing Yearof 19 05
Accident Bulletin No16 just
issued by the Interstate Oem
merge Commission complete
the record of accidents to em
ployes and passengers upon the
railroads of the United State
for the year ending June 80 The
total number of passengers killed
Entrain accidents was 350 in
ured 0498 The total number
of employes killed in train acci
dents was 708 injured 7052
There were 187 passengers killed
in other than train accidents
and 88874 injured making a
total of all classes of 587 passen
gers killed and 10040 injured
and 3201 employes killed and
45420 injured This is an in
crease of 117 passengers killed
and 1S08 injured a decrease of
UOO employes killedand an in
crease of 2100 employes injured
There were 0224 collisions dur
lug the year with a money loss
of 4849054 and 5871 derail
inents with a money loss of 4
862602 a total of 11595 colli
sions and derailments and a total
money loss of 9711050 boing
damage to cars engines and I
roadway
roadwayPirating I
Pirating Foleys Honey and Tar
I Foley Co Ohiqagd originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
remedy and on account of the great
merit and popularity of Foleys
Honey and Tar many imitations are
offered IcU the genuine Th > so
worthless imitations liave Klmilar
sounding names Beware of them
The genuine Foleys Honey and Tar
Ism a yellow package Ask for it
and refuse any substitute It is the
best remedy for coughs and colds
Sold by Jno X Taylor
Y
ilOCPMOTtVE BiASSJI
The Oourt of Appeals at
Frankfort Friday u p li el d t1
judgment in a damage Cllse
against the Louisville its Nas
ville Railroad Company Jud e
ORear delivered au opinion up
holding the Hopkins Oouul
Circuit Oourt in a case of t1u
Louisville and Nashville again
Lawrence Bishop Appellee se
cured judge below for 841 for
personal injuries sustained win
in the employ of the company
Conductor Jno LongstafF of
Greenbrier Tenn was here
Sunday visiting friends and
relativesConductor
Conductor Buckley of Hop
kinsville was in the city Suu
day
dayD H Sharp agent at Sebre
has returned from a visit to
home folks at Eldorado II
This is the first time that he has
been off on a vacation in two
yearsMore
More than 1250000000 uu
nually are paid to employes of
Railroads in Kentucky
Reports for 1004 on file in the
office of the Ky State R R 0001
mission show that the numb r
of employes that year exclusive
of General Officers was 2008
and the were paid in wag es
1254619700
This represents an average ai
nual payment to each employ
exclusive of general officers of
Q0700 An average daily paj
ment for all classes of railroad
labor is all the more noticeab
when compared with the wages
paid in foreign countries to the
highest classes of railroad labor
viz
Average Daily Fay
Enginemen Condnoto
treat Britain 8102 1101
Belgium r 1122 810 8
United Statei 8401 833
Operator Pat Duffy has returned
turned from Oklahoma Territory
vhere he has been prospecting
B S Duffy who has employ
id as night caller in the trans
ortation department at Uus
lace has resigned He returned
to his home at Elkton Tuesday
Yard Clerk Mart Johnson wps
10 Madison viHe Monday on bus
ness
nessDavid
David Covell time keeper for
foreman L H OBrien has been
on the sick list the past week
but is now improving
The tunnel under Bakers
HilJ on the Land N railroad 1
sixteen miles west of Nashville
has been completed and thi
firab trains went through Mon
a ay The tunnel is nearlYa
mile long and with the ap
proaches cost about 2000000
An interesting feature connected
with this tunnel is that no dirt
ras taken out it being built
through solid rock Supt Jno
W Logsdou Chief Dispatcher
E L Wise Trainmaster M
eftrgeant of this place and soy
ral officials from Nashville were
recent at the opening of this
tuuhe1
iiuuelThomas
Thomas Gallagher of Eliza
ethNJ was the Victim of a
eculiar accident at that place
Monday He was buried under
a heap of live coals and burned
to death Gallagher hud crawled
into an ash pit under the rail
r ed tracks of the Port Reading
yttrds on Sunday night and went
to sleep there An engine back
ed down to this pit early Mon
ay and stopping directly
over the spot where he lay
sleep dumped burning coals
and red hot ashes upon him in
such quantities that the sleep
ig man was completely coy
ered
eredAn
An engine was stationed at
e north end of the yard Tues
day to assist the steam shovel
now at work enlarging the yard
The engine is in charge of En
acer Pat Whalen Jr Fore
OlliO Ed McOarty and Switch
Unn Dorris
Mr Steve Mothershead of I
Lowell lndM was in the city
Tuc K dIY to vote C1tyl
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THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION
Washington Nov 2The President today issued his procla
mation naming Thursday November 80 as u day of thanksgiving
The proclamation follows
BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMER
IOAA PROOLA MATION I
When nearly three centuries ago the settlers came to the coun
try which has now become this great republic they confronted not
only hardship and privation but terrible risk to their lives In
those grim years the custom grewof setting apart one day in each
year for a special service of thanksgiving the Almighty for pre
serving the people through the changing seasons The custom hui
now become national and hallowed in memorial usage We live In
easier and more plentiful times than our forefathers the men who
with rugged strength faced the rugged days and yet the dangers
to national life are quite as great now as at in any previous time it
our history It is eminently fitting that once a year our people
shou1d set apart a day for praise and thanksgiving to the Giver ol
Guod and at the same time that they express their thankfulness
for the abundant mercies received should manfully acknowledge
their shortcomings and pledge themselves solemnly and in gooc
faith to strive to overcome them During the past year we have
been blessed with bountiful crops Our business prosperity hue
been great No other people has ever stood on as high a levelof
well being as ours now stands We are not threatened by foes
from without ThQ foes from whom we should pray to be deliver
ed are oir own passions appetites and follies and ugainat these
there is always need that we should war
Therefore I now set apart Thursday the BOth day of this No
member as a day of thanksgiving for the past and of prayer for the
i future and on that day I ask thai throughout the land the people
athor in their homes and places of worship and in rendering
shanks unto the Most High for the manifold blessings of the past
pear consecrate themselves to a life of cleanliness honor and wis
dom so that this nationmay do its allotted work on the earth in a
manner worthy of those who founded ifc und of those who preserv
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In witness whereof I have heretiirto set my hand and crtused
he seal of the United States to be affixed
Done at tie city of VlshinJ ton this second day of November
in the yesir of Our Lord > ne tliousand nine hundred and five and of
the independence of the United States the one hundred and thir
ieth THEODORE ROOSEVELT
By the President ELIHU HOOT Secretary of State
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