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Hopkinsville Kentuckian. (Hopkinsville, Ky.) 1889-1918, December 31, 1910, Image 4

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t I 1 9CREAM OF NEWS COMPILED AND COLLECTED FROM ALL SOURCES 1
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I V The Weather i
FOR KENTUCKY Saturday un
f Be teci and warnur I
f About 40 or 50 editors nttended I
the press meeting in Louisville this
week T cpte3ident of the thisI
tion A D Miller of Richmond
was sick and in his absence Vice
President W 3 Haldemnn presided
The program carried out was an in
teresting one dealing with the busi
ness side of things The usual cour
Itt were shown the visitors
At St Louis Miss Margaret Hoop
i ter of Chicago and C S Hart of
Dayton met to be married The
I brides baggage was lost and she
1 prqmptly bought a 500 gownfrom
t I a St Louis store and the wedding
came off on time
vTheTvhnessee Legislature will as
tsemble next week with the organi
zation in much doubt The regular
IDemocrats the independents and
the Republicans will all hold caucus
t es tonight
I tonightShA
ShA Was Fickle
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While Collier Walker of Atlanta
l r tand some of his guests waited here
yesterday for the arrival of Walkers
brid elect Miss Olive Leonard a
telephone message came from
t f Wrightsville that she had married
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Thomas Beall of this citYon Sunday
i Beall was to have been one of the
attendants at the wedding and it
I was he who several days ago secured
1 1Walkers marriage license at the
I latters request
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Bob Taylors Son
Robert Loye Taylor Jr son of
t t tUnited St ites Senator Taylor was
married in Nashville Wednesiay
rnhdlt to Miss Dila Mat Tolley of
Maury county
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a n There IS more Catarrh In this section of the
country than all other diseases put together and
Luntil the last few years was supposed to be In
j curable For a great many years doctors pro
pounced It a local disease and prescribed local
remedies and by constantly falling to cure with
local treatment pronounced Incurable Science
baa proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease
and therefore requires constitutions treatment
nails Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Che
Bey Co Toledo 0 Is the only constitutional
cure On the market It Is taken Internally In doses
born 10 drops to teaspoonful It acts directly on
l the blood and mucous surfaces of the system
They offer one hundred dollars for any case It
falls to cure Send for circulars nnd testimonials
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IScore of Men Killed
Ei Paso Tex Dec 28 While
workmen whre blasting slag in the
El Paso smelter this morning for
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railroad ballast dynamite stored in
a pit where a score of work m n
were at work exploded Nearly a 1
the men are believed to have been
buried Purely Personal I
Beale is visiting friends in
ElizabethtownMrs I
Mrs Webb Watkins of Dexter
Mo formerly of Princeton has
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rented Mrs Alice Hills place on
Main street and will run a boarding
house Mr Watkins since he mov
ed to Missouri has served a term as
mayor of Dexter
Mr and Mrs R C Lawson have
returned from a visit to their daugh
ter in St Louis
B M Rice of Paducah is visiting
his nephews B B Rice and Dr J
H Rice
Mrs J E Coopers Father
W H Rieke father of Mrs J E
Cooper of this city died Thursday
at his home in Paducah after an ill
ness of about a week of pneumonia
He wa about 70 years old Mr and
Mrs Cooper were at his bedside
when the end came
Death of an Infant 1
diedjTuesday
Tuesday at the home of its parents
on West Second street
Fourth Number
The fourth number of the Lyceum
Course will be the Sol MarcossonI
Rennay Co next Tuesday evening
undoubtedly one of the best of the j
Course Mr Marcosson a widely
famous musician is a native of Ken I
tucky
tuckyGTO JOHNSON
TO SPEAK HERE
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Congressman Ben Johnson of the
Fourth district one of the Demo
cratic aspirants for Governor will
make a speech at the court house
next Mondey Jan 2 at 130 p m i
This will be Mr Johnsons first
visit to Hopkinsville and he will no
doubt be heard by a big crowd
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NIGHT RIDERS
t r SENTENCED
Mbhfe Aa Dec 30 Sentence
was Wednesday pas ed upon Ross
wald H Stapletpn George Ptomey
Robert Robinson James Randolph
IRobert WnitGunn and George Brooks
convicted of night riding by Federal
Judge Toulmin in the United States
district court here today Dick Gar
man jointly indicted with the others
but who turned states evidence
pleaded guilty and was given a light
sentence The sentences imposed were as fol
lows Rosswald and Stapleton a fine
of 500 and eighteen months im
prisonment
Georgo Ptomey a fine of 200 and
fifteen months imprisonment
George Brooks a fine of 200 and
three months imprisonment
Robert Robinson a fine of 200
and three months imprisonment
Wm Gunn a fine of StOOand sixty
days in jail Y
i Jas Randolph Gunn a < fine of 100
and ten days in jail
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I BIRD SUPPED v
In Compliment to Two Ten
nessee Visitors
Mr Geo E Gary gave a bird sup
per at his home Thursday evening in
c mplhl gt jfo his guests Gen > A
B Anderson and Gen Washington
Moore Those present were Messrs
M C Forbes Frank Rives Ira L
Smith Chas M Meacham T C
Underwood W T Tandy J Ti
Hanbery C H H Branch and A R
I Kasey The supper was a delight
ful feast with quail on toast holding
the chief place on the menu After
the meal Mr Gary acted as toast
master and there were speeches by
nearly all of those present The
talks were informal and in a happy
vein and the occasion was a most de
lightful one
Gen Anderson is Attorney General
of Davidson county Tenn and Gen
Moore is his assistant The latter
was compimented by being filected
to membership in the Hopkinsville
Bald Headed Club j
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Engagement Announced
Mr and Mrs W B Dillman an
nounce the approaching marriage in
January of their daughter Dorcas
Mildred to Mr William E Fosterof
Covington
See J H Dagg for contracting
building and general repair work of
all kinds Phone 476
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Peaches White Heath Lemon Cling Yellow Crawfords These goods are
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df = pies Fresh Oysters Celery Cranberries and in fact
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Wilt Be Wedded Id Apri1 t
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ANNOUNCE MEItTtvl1 g I
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Annual Banquet of bumswee
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Club a Brilliant Social
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At the annual banquet fl of the
Oumswee Club Thursday evening at I
the residence of Mrs George Gold
thwalte the announcement of theI
approaching marriage of one of the 1
members was made by Miss Bet
Ware president of the club Under 1
aauggestion that each unmarried i
member report what matrimonial I
pros pects she had Miss Ware said
she had no report to make concern
ing herdelfbut desired to announce i
the engagement of Miss Jean Gpld
thwaite to Hon Merrill Russl the
young attorney of Elktdn tCyj and C
representative in the legislature
The announcement did not create a1
sensation interesting as it was asI
the wedding will be the culmination
and natural sequence of an extend I
ed courtship The marriagevwill beC
the latter part of AprilC
Members of the club and their C
escorts present wereI
Jean Goldthwaite Merrell Russell
Mary Goldthwaite Muke Nelson
Jean McKee LA Tuggle
Bet Ware John Stites
Jeaiie Graham Jim Winf ree
Sallie G BlikeyR M Fairleigh
Mary Jones Guy Starling
Mr and Mrs Gervis Stites Mr and
Mrs Holland Garnett Mrs Hugh 1
Wood and Mr D W Kitchen Mrs
A B Anderson and Mr Emmett
Jones Mrs Winfree and Mr Geo
UeTrevilleI
The house was beautifully decorat
ed with Richmond roses and smilax t
and the Banquet was a mosi elabor
ate feast of good things
PEANUT PARTY
Miss Agnes Flack As Hostess
Thursday Evening
Miss Agnes Flack was the charmI
ing hostess at a Peanut Party Thurs I
day evening at the home of her par
ents Mr and Mrs E M Flack
The prizes were won by Miss Nell
Tandy and Mr Mit Moore theI
rbooby prizes by Miss Mary Clark and
Mr Baylor Abernathy
Those present were
MISSES MESSRS
Clara Thompson Baylor Abernathy
Addie Green Mit Moore
Fbnnie L Joslin Walter Trice
Mary Walae Hora Wilkins
Bessie Wallace Churchill Blakey
Mary Crenshaqr Wilf Forbes
Olive Johnson G lie Long
Katherine Long I Fred Jackson
Kate Wallace George Lackey
Louise Jones Julian Potter
Emma Noe Chas McKee
Ethel Sights Dr Robinson
Corinne Parent Carl Kuykendall
Louise Downer Mr Moore
Annie V Trice Ben Moore
Fannie Lacy Hugh Nelson
Alice Radford Jos Slaughter
Nell Tandy Henry Stites
Mary Tandy Jack Stites
Mary C Tabb Ben McReynolds
Mary Clark Walter Howe
Sarah Cooper Alvin Clark
Frances Summers Clem Armstrong
FOURTH NUMBER
OF THE LYCEUM COURSE
Sol Marcosson Rennay
CompanYJII
Mr Marcpsson la a native Ken
tuckifm whp has achieved fame on
both Idee of the Q nlr Rennny
hT i field all hfsi own In song recital
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AGRBEI TO fciAtCJ 1
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Champion Will Meet JJng
for dIPj
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Paris Dee 29tlt la announced
that Jack Johnson the heavyweight
champion has accepted definitely I
the offer made some time ago of 552 1
000 to conic to Paris in Aprif and j
fight the winner of the approaching
match between Joe Jeanette end
Sam Langford
LangfordAMUSEMENTS
AMUSEMENTS I
liThe CaliforniaGirl will be the 1
next attraction at Hollands Opera
House Tuesday uightJaillOJ
Is It 9503 Or 9419
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When the papers made the an I
nouncement the unofficial count I
showed Hopkinsvilles population to I
be 9503 we felt sure the official re I
turns would show no material change
Aa Mr B D Grays estimate of 9436
was the nearest made he was award
ed the prize The official count shows
him to be a good guesser but not
the best Miss Gertrude Christ S
Virginia street can beat him guess
ing with both eyes closed On
April 30th she placed the ffgures at
9416 just three less than actual
countIt
It will be our pleasure to present
her a twopound box of Liggetta
Chocolates The Sweetest Story
Ever Toldi she will call for it
after Jan 1 The public appreciation
of the superior quality of this high
est grade confection made an unpre
cedented rush on our caddy deport
ment Christmas Eve which com
pletely exhausted our stock of larger
sizes J
Ive been telling you about Candy
Day at Elgins but this was truly
THE CANDY DAY The store has
not had such a one in its history
The factory is behind with orders
but promises a shipment after Jan
1911
L L ELGIN
The Rexall Store
P SWe are preserving all esti
mates because Mr Durand may send
other figures later and theres no
telling wholl get the prize next
l nEA HSUtJO i
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Prominent Bank Official
Killed By Electricity
Charles J Potter a brother Of
Mrs M R Tandy of near Falrview
was killed by electricity at his home kY
in McMinnville Tenn Christmas
Eve night After trimming a Christ
mas tree Mr Potter went into the
kitchen of his home to get some hot i
water and reached up to light a
drop lamp The moment his handsFf
came in contract with some part of
the apparatus he received a shock
which stunned him but did notal
once render him unconscious As he
was about to fall to the floor Mr o
Potter called to his wife and des
perately grabbed the hanging wire x
to stay his fall As his hand gripped
the wire he received 2800 volts of
electricity Still gripping the wire
he fell to the floor the wire being
pulled out of its socket in the ceiling
A physician was summoned but Mr
Potter was dead when he arrived
Mr Potter was cashier of the First
National Bank McMinnville and
was 32 years old
He is survived by a wife and a two
yearold daughter
UNDER QUARANTINE
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Are Smallopx Cases in North
Christian
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Dr W A Lackey visited Marionto
Duke postmaster at Red Hill Thurs
day and found him in bed with a
well developed case of smallpox
The names of all wHo have been ex
posed to the case wererobtained and
the persons arjjl beg vaccinated a4
and the house quarantined
Ol
The cases in the family of Rev P z
A Thomas are doing well
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AFTER JANUAf I 1
My office will be over the
American Express Co 9th
and Va Sts
StsWALTER
WALTER KELLY
Dr Bells Anti epticSalve
Goo for eL S < in Diseases
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I January 1st 1911
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fer no losses from bad ac
counts When you buy from
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