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Hopkinsville Kentuckian. (Hopkinsville, Ky.) 1889-1918, August 22, 1907, Image 1

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The citizens of Madisonville are
making preparations to entertain
the 500 or 600 delegates who will
attend the twelfth annual convim
tion of Kentucky Sunday school
workers which will convene Aug
27 and continue for three days
On account of not havjng a hotel
large enough to take care of the
visitors it will be necessary for the
citizens to entertain the delegates at
their homes The Committee on
Entertainment has been engaged f6r
the past two weeks securing homes
for the delegates and havo net with
much success
A movement is > now on foot to
have the city thoroughly cleaned be
fore the visitors arrive and probab
ably one day this week will prob
ably be set aside for this purpose
A meeting as large as this has nevi
been held in Madisonville and the
tjwn is natuarally proud of the fact
that this body of good people will
be here on this occasion
The meetings will be held at the
Tabernacle which is the largest
building in the city The committee
has been informed that 500 or
or 600 delegates will be in attend
ance on the convention and the peo
ple from this andadjoining counties
will swell the number
The programme has not yet been
completed but some prominent Sun
day school workers will be present
from this and adjoining States
Prof C E Dudley of Pembroke
President of the Christian County
Sunday School Association has ap
pointed the following dellegates
from the county at large
Miss Julia Arnold Hopkinsville
Mrs Lizzie Seargent
Mr R C Hardwick
Mr E B Bassett
Dr J P Bell Bells
Rev R L Baker Salem
Miss Ellen Cloud West Fork
Mr Marcellus Brum Crofton
Mr W A Jones Pembroke
Miss Katy Graham Pembroke
These delegates will write to Dr i
J E Taylor at Madisonville for en
tertainment
Besides these delegates each Sun
day school is entitled to one dele
gate for each one hundred or frac
tion of one hundred pupils enrolled
Let each school in the county see
that it is represented in this great
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Former Mayor Paul C Bart
Qommitteed suicide in his
office today He fired a
bullet into his brain The
cause is not known
STANLEY MAKES
STATEMENT
As To Interview Given To
The Evansville Cour
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DEPLURHS LAWLESSNESS
Corrects Some Erroneous Im
pressions Second Dis
trict Free From Trouble
When asked about the interview
given to ihe Evansville Courier o f
yesterday Congressman A 0 Stan
ley said
saidMy
My interviewer while reporting
me correctly in the main seems tc
be under the impression that son e
of the reporters in my district ha
exaggerated these reports concern
ingthe acts of lawlessness
Lam very proud to say thai
there have been practically no act
of lawlessness committed in my dis
trict I know of no instance where
any correspondent has misstated the
factsThe
The reports of the socalled acts
of lawlessness occurring in TenneS
see and Southwestern Kentucky
have been grossly exaggerated
Moreover the cowardly attacks 01
Joel Fort and Dr Sory togethe
with the destruction of Luthe
Ramseys thresher are all throw
into one job lot and the Associatioi
is hold < responsible for the wrong
done iUL enemies and its friends b y
the paid emissaries of the Trust
Now Fort Sory andRamsey are al
ardent Association men
No man who cares to know ithe
truth or who reads the papers will
doubt for an instant my attitude a s
to acts of lawlessness as in a hun
dred speeches in Tennessee Ken
tucky and Virginia and interviews
and in private conversation I have
I earnestly deplored every act of vio
lence no matter by whom commit
ted and have urged above all things
obediencu to the majesty of the
lawIn
In November 1905 at the re
quest of Felix Ewing the chairman
of the executive committee of the
Dark Tob < eo Growers Protective
Association I went to Springfield
Tenn and there in a lengthy speech
to fifteen hundred tobacco planters
I urged above all things the neces
sity of obedience to the law for
patience under wrong and tried in
my own poor way as best I could to
tell how dept Nations of any kind
whether again t persons or property
when committal against persons not
members of the Association would
do infinite mischi If to the Associatio
Ten thousand pies of that speech
were printed by the Association and
distributed by Mr Ewing all over
the dark tobacc district
This address was printed in full
by the Gleaner Hancock Clarion
and otherpapers in my district
I make this I tement simply to
call the attentior of my friends to I
the fact that I have stood always r
md at all times unequivocally for
the law and a gt any form of
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be placed beyond the reach of those who
might be interested in its disappearance
These documents you know sometimes
mysteriously vanish But they are al
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