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Hopkinsville Kentuckian. (Hopkinsville, Ky.) 1889-1918, June 18, 1908, Image 1

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4VOL XXX V V HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKY THUBSDAY JUNE ifc 1908No 73 I1
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SJANLEYS
ELOQUENCE
Brought Tears to Many
Eyes In the Winfree
Case
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The Case Was Given to the
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ft < Jury Yesterday ° O at M J
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Tie taking of testimony in the
trial of Will Winfree was concluded
Tuesday and two speeches Were
made The defendant stated oiv the
stand that he went to the L N
k
depot about 7 oclock with his friend
Jas Yeaman who wag returning to
Henderson and found the train late
tShortly afterwards he met Police
man lord near the depot who ac
1L costed him roughly arid told him he
had enjoined upon him not to leave
jie depot and Hord arrested him
KJhcfcunder his violent protest took
him in the patrol wagon to the po
lice station where he paid a fine and
was released Subsequently she
armed himself and about noon en
counted Hord near the depot and in
tended to demand an apology of him
azaif necessary defend himself with
approachedI
I Hord and took him to task for the
treatment he had given him and that
t the officer grabbed him by the lapel
W the coat and raised his billet and
u believing himself in danger shotI
He denied that he sought Hord for
the plirp ose of killing him He ad
> mitted that he v as much intoxicated
and could not remember distinctly
1J what had occurred Other witness
es were introduced to show that
l Herds manner was threatening
f The prosecutions testimony was
1 iComlnuea on Fifth Puce
KENTUCKY SCRIBES 1
HONOR HOPKINSVILLE
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More Than ioo If Editors and Ladies Spends + P
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RETURNED TO CERULEAN AT 103
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Bal ll quet ri 4 Wp J night the Gowning Event rfI Or lie
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The Kentucky Press Association
which is in session at Cerjalean
Springs visited Hopkinsville yester
day and spent eight hours in the city
Among these present were
PresidentLew B Brown wife and
daughter Harrodsburg F C Peak I
Col E Polk Johnson Wade Shelt
man F P Bush W A Penick and
H J Warner Louisville WJ Den
hardt Miss McGinnis Mrs J H
Mallory Miss Mary Lawrence Miss
Gaines Miss Pauline Drake Miss
Ella Smith Joe Andrews J W Pot
ter C H Kirby Bowling Green
H P Summers wife and mother
Smiths Grove J R Lemon May
field Mrs Jane Holland Benton J
R Catlett Princeton Wm Reming
ton wife and child Paris A H
Woodson Louisville E D Shinnick
Shelbyville Jas H Eads Harlan
G R Keller and H T Keller car
lisle G D Givens wife and son t
Henderson Jno G Pulliam Har
rods urg Dan l4 DoVmar Ver
s ill l C E Vqpds turn daughter
Richmond Will C Wood Lawrence
burg < m Needham and wife Wil
liamstqwn SNeedhapi and wife t
i Williams own John G Barry New
Haven Stanley Frost and wife Be
rea Ray E Moorman Hardinsburg
V D RichardsonJ W EmbryDan
ville S R Vaught Somerset Robt
W Brown Louisville Warren Mc
Hail IlldOpelldOllOO e
t AC1EI1ARVESTERS i I
Have Stood the Test and
ARE NOT In The TRUST
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r V These machines are stong and durable
and ° light draught It will be to your ad
t I vantage to call and let us show you this
i line of machinery before you buy
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The Price is Right It is NotIt
Controlled by the Trust
Or if in need of a Vehicle let us show
you through our stock of Fine Buggies
t Surreys Stanhopes Phaetons Park
Wagons Road Wagons etc We can
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show you the best selected line in West
d ern Kentucky
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7 Hardware Garden Seed Paints Oils
f Binges Fertili efs Woven Wire Fence
Harness and Saddles I
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Intyrej Danville Mrs R H McKin
ney dairvilie Mrs Virginia Dune 1
can Owensboro F W Harlan Lou t
isville A S Haines Nashville Mrsf
L H Hudson W E Hudson Bar i
bourville A D Miller and wife
Miss Elizabeth Miller Richmond S1
R Marcum and sister Columbia J <
W Barrall and wife Miss Mertelle <
Greenwell Miss Peak Shepherds 1
ville Mrs C C Givens and daugh i
Iter Madisonville S H Balee Guth j
rie Chas J Cruise and bride LouiE j
ville T C Underwood and wife M J
E Bacon and wife HopkinsvilleJ
C Altrock Jeffersontown HR Law
rence Jno S Lawrence and wife I
Cadiz C H Davis St Louis W Af
Wilgus L W Gaines J T Wilson
and wife E S Albright DM Hut
ton and two ladies W Burnett andI
wife J G Downard and wife B B
Cozine and wife M F Conley and
wife E Barry and wife N H Mc
New wife and two children J D
Babbage CC Pare and wife H B
Farris and wife Geo H Peters E
A Jonas Henderson
A committee of citizens m tthe
visitors at the I Gdepptat two1 p
m and the following official program
was carried out
200 p m Visitors taken in charge
at I C Depot and driven to the
Mogul Wagon Factory on 21st
street
230 p m Address of Welcome by
Mayor Chas M Meacham
Response By President K P A
Address Town and County
Judge W T Fowler
Other short talks
315 Refreshments
315Refreshments330Departure
330Departure for Asylum via
Campbell and Seventh streets
400 Addresses at Asylum by Dr I
J W Stephens John C Duffy I
and others I
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520 Leave Asylum
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630 Visit Latham Confederate J
Monument returning to Hotel
Latham at 6 oclock
6 to7 Dinner atHotel Latham
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730 to 830Visit to business sec J
tion of city 1
830 to 1030Reception at Hotel 1
Latham
T C Underwood Master of cer
emonies Short speeches by H 1
Glay Smith Rev C H H
Branch Rev M A Jenkens
and others
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1030The Departure for Cerulean
Springs
Lebkeuchers band led the parade
and the orchestra made music at the
evening reception
The attendance has been consider
ably augmented and the meetings
will be resumed at Cerulean today
and tonight the banquet will be the
feature of the week
MISS ANNIE CLA RDY
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Graduates With High Hon
ors in Louisville x
Miss Annie Bacon Clardy daugh
ter of Mr and Mrs FlemCjGl rdy
and granddaughter of Dr and Mrs
JD Clardy has graduated at Sem
pIe College Louisville after an ab
sence of three years She graduated
with honors in her class and h s
now returned toIive with her pa
rents in the Newstead neighborhood
List your real estate for sale with
withJ
J F ELLIS V l
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fAIR COMPANY
lOOKS A WINNER
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preliminary Meeting Held
i and Great Popular In
1 1 terest Shown
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I COMMITTEE NAMED
Meting for Organization
Fvi11 Be Held Next Mon
f day Night
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f The meeting called to consider
the organization of a Christian Coun
tyFair Association was largely at
tended and much interest was shown
fir the movement
The meeting was called to order
b Mayor Meacham who stated the
object of the meeting and briefly
discussed the many advantages that
would result from an annual reun
ionof the people for an oldtime
fair where everybody could meet
fgr pleasure and to compete for
Mlmiums in every department of
top countys resources The worlds
fair business has been overdone and
the people are hungry for a return to
the home fairswhere social features
are uppermost in mind
The meeting was organized by the
election of Douglas Bell chairman
add Dr M W Williams secretary
HThe plans of the grounds upon
which an option is held were laid
before the meeting with the report
of the engineer who had made a
preliminary survey and a number
ofi speeches were made advocating
tIle immediate formation of a com
p iy to hold a fair this fall Among
those who spoke were M C Forbes
JE Moseley McJ Davis and oth
ers
ersA motion providing for alie organ
ization of a 20000 company was
adopted and the chair was author
ized to appoint a committee to so
licit stock with members Sri every
magisterial district and report at
another meeting next Monday night
The shares are to be 25 each and
the money is to be used to buy 25 or
26 acres of woodland at 100 an acre
and erect a grandstand floral hall
stables and fencing and grade the
track for the speed rings In the
clearing of the grove enough posts
can be obtained for fences and some
lumber will be secured in thinning
out the trees It is proposed to put
a dam across a little valley in the
cleared field south of the grove and
acree
which can be done at small expense
The entrance to Main street can be
bought at 150 an acre and the one
to Virginia for less and Capt Davis
announced that he would exchange
this roadway for stock in the associa
tion
It is hoped to have the company
organized and ready for business
by July 1
wi T COOPERS CO
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
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Buy The Best I
I The Largest and Best Assorted Stock J
of Ladies Misses and Gents HoseI
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Big Assortment of Ladies Muslin Un
derwear and Ladies Net
Underwear
r Gents Underwear Gents White and
Colored Shirts Prices Are Right
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BANK OFr DOPKINSVILLE t
CAPITAL 10000000
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SURPLUS 3500000
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Christian
tian county supplied with modern burglar proof safe and vault we are
prepared to offer our depositors every protection for their money
o 3 per cent Interest on Time Certificates of Deposit
HENRY C CANT President J E MoPHERSON Caahfor
H L MoPHERSON Assistant Cashier j
E B LONG President W T TANDYCashier
CITY BANK
Capital 6000000
Surplus 7000000
This Bank ranks among the first in the state of Ken
tucky in proportion of surplus to capita1
In Surplus there is Strength
We invite your account as a safe depository for
your funds Deposit your valuable papers in our
vaultsafe from fire and burglars
3 PER CENT INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKY
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Only National Bank In This Communlty
Capital 7500000
Surplus 2500000
Stockholders Liability 7500000
HAS A REGULAR SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Three Per Cent Interest Paid on Savings and Time Deposits I
J F OAimETT Pres JXTO 9 TBICE Cashier
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PLANTERS BANK TRUST CO
CAPITAL 10000000
SURPLUS AND PROFITS 1800000
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Thoroughly equipped for Banking and Trustee Business
BusinessOpen
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Acts as Admr Exlr Trustee Guardian Agent Receiver etc
Buys and sells Real Estate and Manages Properly
Sate Fire and Burglar prool vaults
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