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OLvXXXI HOPKINSVILLE y KENTUCKY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 23 1909No13G
IfIDH SORENESS
f IN PADUCAH
Wtr the Defeat of the
Former Champions
Saturday
SCORE WAS A SHUTOUT
3est Game of the Season and
t
Largest Crowd on
Record
1
he football game here Saturday
nw witnessed by the largest crowd
f jjthe season The Hopkinsville
K3 hlShool team defeated and out
flayed Paducah High School
he Paducah paper The News
> mocrat as an excuse for the
eeat stated that the Hopkinsville
eamwas not representative that
t was made up of ringers This is
inline The team that met isI
lucah was the same team that met
hem in Paducah Nov the 6th with
hefpne exception of Melton
The following grapevine special
vaa cut from the Paducah News
emocrat and is falsely represented
3 coming from a Hopkinsville1 cor
esjfbndentUHopkinsville
UHopkinsville Ky Nov20In
Wad of playing the regular Hop
i vi1le High school team here to
Iaylthe Paducah High school team
bund that they had to play a team
pmposed mostly of ringers and it
vas freely asserted that there were
inly four High school scholars on
he Hopkinsville team the line being
trapesed mainly of old foot ball
wers impressed far time being
axjucah put up a spunky fight and
jiiayed a splendid game considering
e odds they went up against
ffhe Paducah papers seemed to
W e defeat worse than the boys for
hey acknowleged that they were
len fairly by as good foot ball as
s played anywhere
THe game opened by Paducah
dcltlng to Hopkinsville The ball
vas returned to the thirty yard line
henby failure to make three yards
he Ban went over to Paducah Pa
l cah also failed to advance so the
Jall went back to Hopkinsville
which this time went through for
ain after gain until they reached
heJ85 yard line when by a quick
rick run by Dabney and C Meach
imS Meacham went over for a
ouchdown This started Hopkins
till and Paducah never held them
igain In this half they reached
P tin 1 yard of the goal when
f
E was called
Tirst half H H S 5 P H S 0
The second half started by H
it1g to P and H held them and
the ball on the thirty yd line
Ithe Kelly through the line for
her touchdown This time they
cited goal making U to 0
iiJ received and by two forward
isffes and some long end runs
ached the 10 yd line and Cravens
absent through for a touchdown
nil time they failed to kick leaving
1 teltipre 16 to 0 Hopkinsville
jckeMio P R Meacham klcknig
ehind goal line The ball was
ronght out to 25 yd line and put in
ape Paducah worked it up to the
iddle of the field then Hopkins
He took it on downs and by a long
award pass to R Meacham suc
add in getting over for another
tehdcTrn This was the final
I BOOKER TWASHINGTON
LECTURED LAST NIGHT
Most Conspicuous Leader of the Negro
Race Heard by Great Crowd
Dr Booker T Washington who I
spoke at the Tabernacle last night
arrived yesterday from Nashville I
wherehe addressed monstor audi
ence at the Ryman Auditorium there
Sunday night The auditorium will
seat 4500 people and after it was
filled hundreds were turned away
Many white people were in the audi
ence and the speakers words were
received with marked approval by
his hearers Mayor Howse occupied
a seat on the platform and made a
brief talk
The engagement here was in the
interest of the M F College of
which Prof P T Fraser is president
Dr Washington arrived on u special
train during the afternoon rain
interfering with the reception in
tended
Accompanying Dr Washington
besides wellknown Nashville ne
groes were Warren Logan Treas
urer of the Tusksgee Institute Dr
J A Kenny resident physician
Tuskegee Institute N B Dodson I
American Press Association New
York City John Daniel Boston
Mass Charles Banks Bank of Mound
score 22 to 0
Saturday night the visitorg were
given a reception at thu Virginia
Street building that removed the
pangs of defeat The Paducah boys
were royally treated elegant re
freshments were served and every
body had a good time
Hopkinsville in nine games made
200 scores to 23 made by all combin
ed This included games played out
of their class In only two High
school games were they scored on
and six of the nine gamtswere shut
outs
Paducah claims that if it defeats
Madisonville Thursday it will be
tied with Hopkinsville for the
championship ANNUAL TOLL
THIRTY LIVES
Football Season Closes With
Twice As Many Deaths
As Usual
MAY BE OTHERS YET
Ghastly Tale Of Gridiron
IGhastly
Calls For Further Chang
ing Of Rules
Chicago Nov 22Football has
claimed its annual toll Thirty dead
and 209 cripple and scores still hov
ering on the brink of death in the
surgical wards of hospitals through
out the land Thats the grim
ghastly tale of the gridiron cover
ing a period of sixty seven days
Total deaths 30 total injuries
209 College players killed 6
High School players killed 23 Ath
letic club members killed 1 Col
lege players injured 165 Athletic
IRST NATIONAL BANK
HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKY
1 UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
J il Only National Bank In This Community
CommunitviH
H Capital 7600000
Surplus 2600000
1 M Stockholders Liability 7500000
ISSUES TRAVELERS CHECKS GOOD IN Ill PARTS
J OF THE WORLD I
fim REGULAR SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
flit Pr Cent ilit ret Paid on having an Time Deposits
f 1
c
Bayou Mound Bayou Miss J E
Bueh receiver of public moneys
Little Rock Ark Dr J T Jones
Hampton Institute Hampton Va
Maj R R Morton Hampton In
stitute Hampton Va Elmer J
Scott Tuskegee Institute Nathan
Hunt Tuskegee Institute and
Horace D Slatter the negro news
paper correspondent Hopkinsville
KyAmong
Among the Nashville men in the
party are J C Napier A N John
son Dr R F Boyd Dr H T Noel
Dr F A Stewart Preston Taylor
Rev G B Taylor of the Tennessee
Orphan Industrial Home Bishop
J B Scott of the Methodiat Epis
copal Church Dr R H Boyd of
the National Baptist Publishing
f
Board Dr E W D Isaac editor of
the National Baptist Union and
othersPromnenton
Promnent on the local reception
committee were Prof P T Fraser
Rev E Williams H S Smith E
W Glass Geo Leavell J L Aliens
worth A C Brent and others
A further report of the exercised
at the Tabernacle will be given
club members injured 5
PRINCIPAL INJURIES
9e
ligaa
cone
cussion of brain 19 broken noses 8
internal injuries 23 fractured ribs
19 fractured shoulders 12 paraly
sis 2 dislocated ankle 18 miscel
laneous injuries teek knocked out
scalp wounds cuts 53 Average
number Injured daily during season
4
1NINEYEAR RECORD
1Year Deaths Injuries
19017 74
1902 15 106
1903 14 63
29e
190524 200
1906 14 160
190715 166
1908r 11 204
190930 209
Totals 144 1578
Victory For Yale
In a kicking football game Yale
defeated Harvard Saturday 8 to 0 t
Capt Coy dropped two field goals
from the 35 yard line and Harvard
on a crimson block kick made a
safety behind its own goal line
Yale made few attempts at rush
ing and only once in the geme was
within touchdown distance of the
Harvard goal line It was Capt
Coys right foot which won the game
Wanted
SPARE
SPARERI
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1 1 lLIJ1J
BACK
9 BONES
BONESSA
SA u
SAUSAGE
SAGE
ETC ETC
W To Cooper Co
Wholesale and Mall QrIS
IN ANSWER
ANSWERTO
TO PRAYERS
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Help Finally Comes To
21 Entombed Men At
Cherry
MORE DEAD FOUND
But I Sunday Passed Without
Further Rescue Being
Made
j
Cherry Ill Nov 21 Twenty
one entombed miners were rescued
alive yesterday from the St Paul
mine and over seventy others in an
other section of the mine are re
ported to be alive Rescuing par
part
with great vigor The whole atmos
pherein the little town was changed
by the news and grief was changed
into joy for some and hope for
crowdedn
about the shaft entrance to learn
the namesof the men as they were
brought to the surface As nearly
as can be ascertained there were
310 men in the St Paul mine when
fire sealed the shafts Fortyeight
of these have been brought to the
surface dead and shapeless Twen
tyone have been saved Two hun
dred and fortyone still remain un
accounted for
V
HERO IN LIVING TOMB LEADS
DIVINE SERVICES
William Clelland heroic in the
face of death kept heart in his
companions by conducting divine
services in the inky cavern 300 feet
below the surface of the earth in
11which they were buried His fa
vorite hymn the words of which
even some of the foreigners picked
up parrot like was Arise My
4Soul Twice daily Clellands rich
6Scotch burr arose in the dark cavern
with the grand consoling words
Arise my soul
Fast falls the eventide
The darkness deepens
Lord with me abide
Twice daily Clelland likewise de
livered a blunt stouthearted ser
mon cheering on the faltering men
Keep up your hearts lads God
is with us Dont despair Others
ehave been shut off from the light
lights
time came out alive is the way
waya
The Lord is with us even here
and great is His mercy Then fol
lowed the Lords prayer invari
ably
No More Rescues
4
Cherry 111 Nov 22Yesterday
was a day of disappointment to the
anxious watchers at the mouth of
the St Paul mine at Cherry Ill
After the good news of Saturday it
was expected that many more
miners would be brought up alive
yesterday but the fire and black
damp stopped the progress of the
rescue parties and not a single man
was broaght to the surface alive
The count now stands twenty
rescued ninetytwo known dead and
198 missing
missingPersonal
Personal Gossip
Wallace Robertson and family of
Texas are here on a visit to rel
atives
Mrs J W Venablo and son John
W Venable are at their home on
South Virginia after a lengthy visit
to the families of T D Leonard
Morris Plains N J and Ex Norton
Staten Island N Y
Mrs A F Parrish entertained
Friday evening in honor of her
daughter Mrs 0 A Gotto who
will leave in a short while for Hop
kinsvillo Ky where she will make
her future homo Mr Gotto is con
nected with the Independent Life
Insurance Company at that place
NwhvlllQ Banner
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Come and See
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Beautiful line Oper and Long Capes
at FIRST COST
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All onepiece Suits at First Costf
Cut prices on all Ladies Suits
Pretty line of Extra Long Coats
Something New
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Main Street Hopkinsville
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The success of a bank and the
safety of the funds intrusted
to it depend upon a judicious jI
administration of its affairs i
Every officer of the Bank of Hop i
kinsville is a practical bank
er of lifelong experience
Its Directors are all well known
men selected for their business
ability and financial standing
The strength of this bank lies
not alone in its large capital
surplus and resources but in
the character and financial re
sponsibility of the men who
conduct its affairs
Bank of Hopkinsville mm
Hopkinsville Kentucky
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I Commercial Savings Bank 11
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E D LONG President W T TANDY CaoliWr
JNO JJ TttlCE VloeFrosldont
CITY BANK t TRUST CO
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CAPITAL STOCK 600000S
SURPLUS EARNED 8000flfc i
This Bank is prepared to act as Executor Administrator < 3t av Uux >
Trustee And perform dutictr in all Cdnoinry capacitioa
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Theory without practical know
ledge is worthless InPtaeti you i
will find that a checking accovirttandl
other service rendered yogi fyy 9
good commercial bank is M < he
greatest value to the business f taan
especially when he is connectt with
a prominent and safe bank Jita the
A MATTER OP GB32T
INTEBEEVf
to the housewife for hor 3Thni >
giving baking and for adcqoetclij
heating her home for the ficuso t of
festivities ia a Kjpply of clan a n E
high grad coal Wo have OUt yastf
filled with the best quality coal tot
we have screened and cleaned 3
for Thanksgiving orders at
UNDERWOOD BUCKNER WIS
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