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A Largq Stock of
Wall Paper
Window Shades
Madisonvilie By
the Programme for Kentucky
Home Coming at Louisville
Louisville where Homo Corn
ing Week for Kentuckians is to
be given June 1317 is prepar
ing to cover itself with glory in
the programme of amusement
and entertainment provided for
its many thousand guests
The event begins on Wodnes
day Juno 18 with a big recep
tiou and welcoming at the new
Armory built at a cost of nearly
half a million dollars and which
is the second largest building of
the kind in the country Mr
Henry Wnfctorson editor of the
< nAnrUiTAMinn1 Ron J H
W Beckham Governor of Ken
tucky and Hon PaulO Earth
Mayor of Louisville will deliver
the addresses of welcome Hand
they will bo responded to by tin
Hon David R Francis of St
Louis Immediately following
there will be a pretty ceremony
in whicH Miss Louise Leo Ilardin
of Denver Col the young lady
who suggested Homo Oomiiif
Week for Kentuckians will be
decorated with a handsome
At 3 oclock there will be n
handsome floral parade of eight
divisions devoted to flU tom i bilcs
open carraiges traps tandems
tallyhos four in hands and floats
together with an exhibition of
fire fighting apparatus of ante
bellum days and of the present
period The floral parade will
close with the crowning of the
queenAt night there will be a big
Philharmonic concert in the
Armory <
Thursday will be 4knoivnas
Stephen Collins Foster Day I
opening with the unveiling in
the now Armory of a statute of
Stephen Collins Foster who
wrote My 01 d Kentucky
Home erected out of subscrip
tions from the school children of
Kentucky and ultimately to be
placed in the new capital in
course of construction at Frank
fort Addresses on this occasion
will be made by the Hon Sid
ney P Redding of Little Rock
Ark and the Hon R W Mil
ler of Richmond Ky Songs
written by Foster will be sung
by a chorus of one thousand
school children The statute will
be unveiled by Mrs Marian
Foster Welsh Allegheny Pa
only daughter of Foster
Friday will be called Daniel
Boone day It will witness
another statute 1veiliugthnt
ef Daniel Beone This ceremony
will be in Cherokee Park where
the statute has been permanent
ly placed Following the un
veiling ceremonies there will be
a reproduction of an Indian at
tack on Fort Boonesboro one of
t h e spectacular features of
Home Coming Week The
day will close with oldfashioned
dances on a speciallyarranged
dance floor over the tennis
courts of the park
At night a pageant somewhat
along the lines of those of the
Y iled Prophet at St Louis and
tiurinE Mardi draw at New Or
leans will present to the visitors
inn series of fourteen floats the
e Qohs of Kentucky history The
pageant will end at tho Armory
where Daniel Boone will be
escorted to the ballroom floor
and welcomed by a queen and
court typifying a reception of
cOld Kaintuck by the Now
Kentucky This ball will be
the largest function of the kind
ever given in the South
On Greater Kentucky Day
Sa rdiyJuue lOthe pro
gramme will bedivided between
Frankfort the capital of the
State and Louisville At upon
at Frankfort the cornerstone of
the new capitol will be laid All
living ex Governors of Kentucky
will participate with GovJO
W > Beokham in these cere
monies The other exeroises will
be held in Louisville
There wiUbon reception afc
8j80 0Qlock in Geiltral Park to
all visitors given in honor of dis
tingijishad EixKeutuokiilU9 pres
qtiti This will be tfolljiwed by
qereiionie i ail the same park
over the Lincoln Birthplace
Cabin which has been kindly
loaned to the Homo Coming
Week Association by its Now
be made by the Hon Adlai E
Stevenson of Illinois and Mr
Henry Watterson The cabin
will be exhibited throughout the
week at Central Park It will
bo exhibited along the entire
route from New York In the
evening there vill be a rally of
Kentucky societies of other
States in the new Armory
The closing day will be known
no Till Ve Meet Again All nf
the pulpits of Louisville
churches will be filled in the
morning by visiting ministers
and in the afternoon there will
be childrens services in Central
Park Ohergkee Park Iin d
Shawnee Park At night there
will be vesper services In the
Armory and addresses by dis
tinguished sons of Kentucky
Adjutant General Ready to Receive Prgp
ositions for EventFirst Regiment
May Camp with Regulars
Frankfort Ky May 28
Adjt Gen Henry Lavrenc0 is
toady to receive propositions
from citifs and towns of the
State whi h desire the location
of the annual camp of the Ken
tucky State Guard for this sum
mer This camp will bb held in
August for thirty days and will
likely go to the city making the
most satisfactory proposition
The camp of last year was held
at Padncah and may be held
this year at some point in this
section of the State Frankfort
Lexington and several other
cities Will make offers for the
location of the camp
The proposition of the nation
al Government to have the State
troops camp this year with the
regulhrfljlias been submitted to
the several regiments of the
Guard Officers of the First
regiment have expressed a desire
to join the regulars at the In
diana camp and this may be
done allowing the other two
regiments to go into State camp
of instruction f
For 50090I
A new milling company has
been incorporated under the
name of the Climax Milling Co
with a capital stock of 50000
which is divided into 500 shares
of 100 each
The incorporators are ML
Elb J T Hanberry W T Coo
per R A Rogers T J Tate JR
K Ward G L Campbell and
James West Seven directors
are to have control of the busi
ness affairs of the new company
A president business manager
secretary and treasurer are to be
elected by the board of directors
be located on the Illinois Central
railroad will have a daily capa
city of 850 barrels of flour It is
understood that Ross Rogers will
be business manager
i Will Meet in Hopklnsville June 5
fI All the officers of the Third
Kentucky infantry will hold an
important meeting in Hopkins
ville Julie 5 at lOa m
The local officers look forward
with much interest to the coming
meeting and will arrange to make
everything as pleasant aa possi
ble for the visiting soldiers
The officers will meet at Hotel
Latham pnd there will probably
be a banquet that night
The intentions of the meeting
will not be given out just at
present as tho exact routine of
ciided on
Tobacco 100 Years Old Found In Wall
of House r
Two twists of tobacco and a
book On birds that word wrapped
in papers and dated lat 0 were
fqUud between the plastering and
weather boarding bii the f atm of
West LowQj Mar Bowl ugGreen
The tobacco is therefore 100
years old at least Jt will be
sent to Lxjiisyiiie f6t the Home
1Coming week ra
f4 ri J to i
Lt f I >
Of the arlington Public Graded
> < <
Following are the names of
pupils whose average vas above
ninety in final exarrflnatiori held
last week J c < 1
Tenth Orado <
Ermine Cox s
Richie Stone <
sMarjorie Whitfieldivs t > i
Ninth Grade 1
Sybil Ashby
Ida Croft 4
Miller Evans <
Martha McGary C
Hoy Peyton
Pansy Rule °
Della Salmon
Ada Toombs >
Ruth Wyatt Ap
Eighth Grado
Anna Deal Bramwell
Mabel Browning x
Irene Coyle I
Hazel Fuwcett <
Eleanor Dee Gordon
Virginia McGary
Leo Sllmo 1
Seventh Grade
George Arnold
Ruth Croft
Roy Dn isI
Eunice Draper
Lucv Fawcett
Goldie Henify
Elizabeth Kemp
2ilpah Morehead
Gertie OJBannon
Clay Stokes
Essie Trent
Sixth Grade
Noka Burdon
Dallis Curtis
James Draper
Fanoie Ezel1JJ
Bqker Fugate
Mollie Henify wki
Edna Jackson
Margaret Kempr
Susan Meyers
Kirby OBannont f
Arva Rea
Bradley Stone
Goldie Salmon
Harold Toombs
Newman Whitford
Firth Grade r
Paul Pilkington
John A Moore
Ben Evans
Osie Oavanah
Mattie Davis °
Ruby Peyton i
Ruby Croft
Zadie Olements
Lucy Buntin r
Ida Lee Sisk
Raymond Larmouth
Bessie Ooyle K I
Hallie Curtis r
Agnes Lynn I
Edgar Arnolds
Carrie Baldwint
fourth Grade
Corinne Ashby v > f
Margaret AtkInson
Elmb Carr
Elizabeth Corey
Julia Fawcett
Laura Fenwick
Randolph Gordon
Clyde Hamby
John Hodge
Sallie Henify
Algernon Moore
Aloysius Morgan
Ethel Oldham
Ernest Oldham
Lucien Vinson
Audrey Wyatt > t
Third Grace i <
Other Adcock I >
Ruby Ashhy
Ina Bald win
r I
Thomlls Black I
Herbert Brinkley y
John Brown >
Mary Brown i
Pearl Cavanaugh J 7
M lonroe
Willie Ezell >
Artie Favor > > Y
Roy Facer
Annie foully WTf
Annie Hodge y < >
Lucy LaiFoon < i
Raymond Lynn v
Pansy Ateyers v
Verna Miller J
Fern Nichols K t
Earle OB nuojj
Leaman Oldham 7 I
May Oldham
Monoft OldhunV
Ayayerly7 Owan
eorgia adgett
i tt r
Eliza Peyton >
Emma Lee Roberts I
Owen Shaver
Fairy Shaw < j
Fern Stpkes f
Walter Veudelken +
Lake WilkinSh4
Second Grade f
Y 4 r
Thomas Blackw i i k fc
Henry Clark I ij
Oar Davenport I +
Tommie Dexter r a
Rex ITamb y j r iI
Charlie Hodge ri >
Eddie McGregor ° t
Paul Moorea H 7 7
George Oldham 1
Ethel Peyton
Otto Smiley
Roy Swann
Dorris Shaver
Carl UmsteadF
j Gladys t1l1tert
4 Isabel Wilsonl A
° 1 Willie Ward I
J Delbert Wilkins > r
First Grade
Janic Blackwell
i Edward Brown
r Sarah Orutchfield
IIY Craig iI
Hugh Cannon a
Marvin Curtis
Verua Oooks0y
r Hobsuu Dame
d Lonie Deslion
AileneFox 4
Earle Hawkins
Mary Herndon
w Hortense Logan
Rowan Morris
Edna Nunley
Alice Orr t
Ruth Owen l i
I Mamie Owen
t 1 William Robinson
rvraul Stone >
Malcomb Stokes
Lucile Thomas
I Geraldine Whitford
Anna West
A Pleasant Outing
The Girls Outing Club which
w recently organized and is
composed of twentytwo bright
young Earlington girls gave their
first picnic at the park Saturday
The boy friends of the set were
invited and together the day was
delightfully spent by the happy
young people just out of scboolI
Besides the club were Mr andI
Mrs J E Fawcett Mrs Stella
lt Kemp Misses Lizzie Dean
and Nell Oarlin and Bryan Hop I
per who looked after the sub I
stantial part which they were
convinced was of no little im
portance as the hungry girls and
boy gathered around the festive
board at the noon hour and
eagerly devoured the many good
things spread before them
The afternoon was spent in
playing games and in boat rides
furnished by Bryan Hopper in
his lovely < canoe and by George
Farnsworth in his gasoline launch
which is a thing of beauty as
she glides over the placid bosom
of Loch Mary
The grown people whiled
away the hours most pleasantly
fishing j
The fragments of the feast I
were disposed of at the twilight I
hours and the party returned
home with pleasant memories ofI
Reception at OaKmoor rI
Mrs Paul M Moore was host
ess at a most attractive recep
tion at Oakmoor last Friday af
tprhoon given in compliment to
her guest Miss Charlotte Black
of New Jersey The drawing
ropm and librafy were fragrant
and lovely with the profuse dec I
orations of pink and red roses
grown in Oakmoor garden The I
dining room was charmingly dec
orated with American Beauty
roses Misses Elizabeth Victory
and Oeloste Moore served the
tea and coffee from the dining
table with the dainty three
course luncheon
A large number of Madison
vine and Earlingtou ladies were
presentMrs Moore yas assisted in re
ceiving by Mrs Jno B Atkin
son and Miss Black
Chjidjenigay at Christian Ghurch
Tlfe Suifday school of the
Ohristirin oOhuroh will observe
Childrens Day next Sunday
nightA pleasing program is
being prepared by the children
and h good time ia in store for
1lrrlu church will be dec
orated with flowers The school
Extends a Cordial invitation to
Hall its fri ndsh be present and
enjoy this festal occasion
4rv 1 1
Little Brown Brother Doesnt
4 Care but Silver Dollars Are
I Exported
Can the Government Compete with
> Contractors in building
Ships etc
Washington May QS Special
Whatever the general belief
concerning the policy which add
ed to theterritory of this country
the Philippine Islands one thing
is certain and that is that hav
lug gotten them we find them
very handy for experiments
The echoes of the struggle in the
country over the ratio of coinage
are hardly dead yet nearly
every day some one comes for
ward with a nev scheme to pro
Vide for a more clastic currency
and though all bayed impractica
ble or at least not sufficiently
proven to try on this country
Uncle Sam is now about to at
tempta readjustment of rates of
the Philippine coinage to say
nothing of establishing a more
elastic currancy It wont mat
ter much to the little brown
brothers for aside from having
any money he generally lacks a
a pocket to put it in All ratios
look alike to him the only way
in which elasticity can appeal
tohis dusky soul is by stretching
Out his income As a matter of
fact the readjustment is not to
be undertaken so much in behalf
of the Filipinos as to protect the
government from loss through
the exportation of the silver
deco or dollar from the archipel
ago The great trouble at pres
ent id due to the fact that that
coin while having a purchasing
power of fifty cents contains
fifty two and onehalf cents
worth of bullions Very natur
ally it is expected and Uncle
Sam loses two and onehalf cents
on each one The readjustment
will give a longsought opening
to amateur financiers all over the
country and it is expected that
something like a million sugges
tions will be received by the Sec
retary of war under whose super
vision the work will be carried on
The call which Senator Ald
rich Republican leader of the
Senate made at the White House
this week is taken to be signifi
cant in many ways It is the
first which he has made since the
rate bill came into the Senate
and shows that although gener
ally referred to as the chief Op
ponent of President Roosevelt in
the rate fight he has not let the
Presidents victory rankle The
President got what he wanted
in the shape of effective legisla
Mon and Announced himself as
satisfied Contrariwise Mr Ald
rich didnt get all that he was
after and consequently didnt
do any announcing There was
some fear that the Rhode Island
er dissatisfied with the result
might stir up trouble in the Re
publican ranks where he is a
power but his call at the White
House has quieted as much
rumor It is understood that
Mr Aldrich will support Mr
Roosevelts presidential candi
date even though that candidate
be such a Rooseveltian as Mr
Taft of whom it is now whisper
ed that the White House and not
the Supreme Court bench will be
his next field of activity
The United States is about to
see another of its pet i industries
taken up by a foreign country
according to the Department of
nothing less indeed than the
production of maple sugar
Sugaring off among the Alps
may sound a bit fantistic but
this is just what will take place
experiments now being carried
on In Switzerland are successful
Some mouths ago 800 sugar ma
ples were imported by that coun
try from New England and altho
half of them died from poor ship
ment and lack of proper care
the other half are now flourish
fag with the result that large
plantings are contemplated in
the immediate future The re
CCojaiinuea on J avtt T > c
A Country School Marm Presented at
Olymphic Theater
The following isfrom the
Green River News
f i Country School Marm
presented at the Opera house
Friday night by a company com
posed of young ladies and gentle
men from Earlington Ky af
forded a couple of hours of the
most pleasant recreation
The play which was quite an
interesting comedy drama with
just enough tragedy to make it a
little exciting was well dope
each character being portrayed
with a reilism so true to life as
to at once demonstrate the per
former an amatuer of far more
than ordinary ability
Each member of the company
composed of fifteen or twenty
people did his part Well and if
with our humble ability to crit
icise dramatic performance we
should attempt to name those
who played their parts exceed
ingly well as all would concede
We should begin with the leading
lady Miss SueFoard who repre
sentod the Country School
Marm then should follow in
regular order as the arrange
ment of the play brought them
before the footlights Misses
Shelby Wise Minnie Fenwick
Celeste Moore Mrs Frances
Kline and Messrs Fred Ashby
Robt L Feuwick Jr J
Strobher Hancock Dr 0 B
Johnson Chas Truempy and
Arden Livingston
While we cheerfully commend
the above named ladies and
gentlemen for good work as the
dramatis personae at the same
time we should state that the
quartet composed of Messrs
Leonard Goodloe George Rob
inson Nick A Herb and Leon
ard Huff were generously ap
plauded and called back for the
third performance by the au
And last but by no means
least except in years and
stature we should like to Cora
mend most sincerely the work of
little Miss F Layne in her song
specialties as constituting a
splendid feature of the enter
The entire company of re
fined and cultured young ladies
and intelligent and gentlemanly
young men won the highest
esteem of those who came in
contact with them either as
patrons of the entertainment or
in social intercourse on the
The only regret expressed is
that owing to some confusion
caused by the management can
celing the date at one time
Counter attractions had been ar
ranged by a number of our
young people which could not
be changed and the attendance
on this account was much
smaller than it otherwise would
have been
bavebeeIiDr B Johnson and Col
Arden Livingston who had the
management in charge espec
ially impressed our people very
favorably for the business like
and professional mariner in
V h i oil everything connected
with their visit here was at
tended to
The marriage of Lewis Arm
strong Waller of Madisouville
and Miss Laura Alves of Hen
derson was solemnized Tuesday
at the homo of the brides
lather John W Alves in Hen
derson Several of the relatives
of the groom attended the cere
mony which was observedas a
quiet home wedding
The service was said by the
Rev R E 0 Lawson
Immediately after the cere
mony the newly married couple
left for a short bridal tour after
which they will return to Madi
sonville where they will make
their future home i
The grobm is one of Madison
villes most progressive and en
terprising business men being a
member of the lumber firm of
Oloro G Waller
Miss Alves stands high in the
social circles at HetidersonVnnd
is a charming young woman of
many accomplishments who V1n
be a great adjunct to the social
life of Madison ville
The two faced man ritivpr haft more
than half Gtr autlor3R

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