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HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKIA.N, OCTOBER 3
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Jm A . Vik SttoMt$etl
Frtm Couaty of'
TirAL nr progress.
'jure juiiuu jj UUUI
To4cl coanty gjared jn Circuit
C8ct Jrteay ntorjir.g &nd a jury
Sq the second, trial of 'W .'B. Gill
' bwth n efcfite ft witk the -embmle-MtafceCfaadg
of t&im Aarte Mill, was
kitd p ljttitt!.(kly. The
J. W. CrwftB. St$cott, J. D.
JeHr,. R. A. &Sms,.J- M. ' Tress, C.
fiW. Wright; W. AL L. SGabley, W. I.
. 'Meere, T (rE. .Crawfqrd, R. M
! Sfiaklin. 6. N? LatfeaH. G. L. Sal-
The jurors care mostly farmers
and are almost total strangers here.
They were Bumnu.ied from all over
Todd county by Sheriff ohnsbn and
Deputy Herbert Johnson. Only 35
of a.venire of 100 were called.
Trial was at once entered into'with
Geo. D. Dalton as the first witness.
The testimony will occupy several
days, much of it being' tedious apd
prolonged. The case has a strong
array of legal talent on both . sides
"and will be hard fought. C. 11.
Bush. Jas. Breathitt, and Downer
& .Russell represent the defense
, asd Trimble. & jBelt afe-assisting the'
The World Do Move..
Jesse R. Grant, a son of Gen. U.
S. Grant, is for Wilson and has been
appointed a member -of the .finance
committee of the New York Demo
cratic state committee.
Mr. Onrlps Onf Acnin
Mr. F. M Qi-Hes, who had. been
very ill at hs home a few miles east
. of the city, for several months, is now
Js convalescent He spent a ' .short
IJ while inthe city yesterday.
mit iuu viu.
1&, ' . An attempt to superanuate Dr. J.
j W. Lewis, of Bowling Green, was
made at Morgatifield, but the mo
tion was tabled after Dr. Lewis had
tvi&oi o jsly protested.
The October meeting of the Athe
r.aeum will be held at Hotel Latham
to-rijght at 7 o'clock. Those on the
'program are: H. VV. Linton and L.
Little River Association.
" Xittle River Baptist Association is
in session this week at Hurricane
church, in Trigg county, below Canton.-
Gadiz will have it3 annual Stock
Show Thursday and Friday of next
FOR THE GENUINE NUT FUDGE
Ingredients Used In Thlo Delicious
Confection That Has So Many
Take two cupfuls of sugar, one large
breakfast cupful o milk, one rounding
tablespoonful of butter, a quarter of
a teaspoonful of cream of tartar, va
nilla, or any other flavor, three ounces
of plain or glace fruits, 'or both mixed,
or ono and one-half to two ounces of
dissolved sweetened chocolate. Put
sugar, cream of tartar, milk and but
ter In pan and dlssolvo, stirring care
fully all the time with thermometer.
Boil to 23 degrees Fahrenheit, then
remove pan to table and cool for five
minutes. Then add the chopped uuU
and glace fruit and flavor to taste.
Then stir in the fondant worked with
finger tip to a thin, pliable sheet.
When thoroughly mixed and beginning
.jto grain, pour into buttered tin or Into
r wax paper on a board, Make batch
halt an Inch thick. When sat, cut In
brs or square and wrap In wax pa
pr. FVr eboolaU Mt; laatMd of
the fruits, stir la frsn one to two
ouscm, aeeerdtag to yovr tt, of un
WMtens ckocol.t, wfclea you have
dissolved la a sbwII pa ever a gentlt
TUf ! "thBk yuN fMula
wHkout the sisaAture o a snlie. Co
hwbua (O.j SUU JoutoaL
tethel Baptist Association From 1825 to 1512, With Name of Moderator,
Oct. 28, 1825, Mt. Gilead, Win, Warder, Isaac Hodgen, Psa.
Sept. 2, 182G, Bethel, R. Ross, Reuben Ross, Phil.42-3.
Sept. 22, 1827," Pleasant Grove, IR. Ross, John S. Wilson, " Acts
4:23-26. ' i ' $
Sept. 27, 1828,. Little W. Fork, Ri' Ross, Wm. G Warfield;
Luke 18:7. . ' i " '
Sept.' 26, 1829, Russellville, R. Ross, R. Rutherford,' John 5:39. .
Sept. 25, 1830, Lebanon, R. Ross, Wm. Warder, Acts 14:22
Sept. 24, 1831, New Providence,
Sept. 22, 1832, Mt. Gilead, R. Ross, R. Ross, Matt. 5:16.
Sept. 21, 1833. Lake Spring, R. Ross, Wm. Warder, John
Sept. 27, 1834, Salem, R. Ross, R. T. Anderson, Ep. 4:1.-16. .
Sept. 26, 1835, Union, R. Ross, Wm. Warder, I Pet; 1:2-23) ,
Sept. 24, 1836, Hopewell, R. Ross, J. M. Pendleton, Is. 62:6-7.
Sepst. 23, 1837, Mt. Zion, R. Ross, R. T. Anderson, Tit. 2:11-14.
Sept. 22, 1838, Harmony, R. Ross, R. Rutherford, II Pet. 3:14'.
Sept. 21, 1839, Pleasant Grove, R. Ross, R. Ross, Matt. 24:44.
Sept. 261840, Bethel, R. Ross, 0. H. Morrow, Acts 2:42-43.' .
Sept. 25, 1841, Russellville, R. Ross, R. Ross, Acts 14:22.'
. . .Sept. 24.U842, Little W. Fork, R. Ross. Robt. Williams,
Acts 9:31. '
Sept. 23, 1843, Hopkinsville,.R, Ross, Sam'l. Baker, Is. 32:13-15;
Sept. 21, 1844, Lebanon, R. RossJ.M. Pendleton, Phil. 3:10-11.
Sept. 27, 1845, Russellville, R, Ross, T. GKecnj III John 8:5. .
Septc26,,(1846, Harmony, R. Ross, S. Baker, I Tim. 3:15.
SeptT 25, 1847, Keysburg, R. Ross, R. W. Nixon, l Thes. 1:8.
Sept. 23, 1848, Clarksville, R. Ross, O. H. orrow, I Cor. 15:58.
Sept. 22; 1849, Hopkinsville, R. Ross, R. T. Anderson, I Tim.
Sept. 21, 1850, Russellville, R. Ross, Sam'b Baker, I Cor. 6:20.
dept. 2J, 1851, Bethel, R. Ross, J. M. Pendleton, Rev. 2:10.
Sept. 25, 1852, Union, J. M. Pendleton, R. Williams, Matt.
Sept. 24. 1853, Clarksville, R. Williams, A. D. Sears, Dan. 2:35.
Sept. 23, 1854, Russellville, R.' Williams, J. M. Bennett, II
Sept. 251855, Spring Creek, R. Williams, F. C. Plaster, Gal.
5:1. ' ' ' " . '
Oct. 11, 1856, Hopkinsville, R. .Williams, J. R."Mariton, Jer.
Oct. 10, 1857, Mt: Gilead, R. Williams, A. C. Dayton, I Pet.
1:11. . ,
Oct. 9, 1858, Pleasant Grove, lE. Williams, J' M. Bennett,
Matt. 16:18. '
Oct. 8, 1859, Bethel, O. H. JVIorrow, W. W. Gardner, Luke
Oct. 13, 1860, Russellville, W.; W. Gardner, J.' B. "Duncan,
Rom.6:14.. . - ; V ;
I Oct. 12, 1861, Trenton, W. W. Gardner, W. B. Walker,'. I Cor.
9:27. - " ' . '
Oct.ll, 1882,-Keysburgy W. W. Gardner, jlo' sermon. " : " r
- Sept. 26, 1863, Locust Grove, W. W. Gardner, . G,.VV. Feather
ston, John 3:7. ' "
Sept. 24, 1864,. Mt. Gilead, FC. Plaster, Geo. Hunt, II Pet. 3:i8.
Sept. 23, 1865, Spring Creek, L. J. Crutcher, T. G. Keen.
Mark 14:8. ' '
Sept. 22, 1866, Hopkinsville, A. D. Sears, W. W. Gardner,
II Co-. 8:9.
July-23, 1867, Franklin, SA. Holland, Geo. Hunt, I Cor. 3:23.
July 28, 1868, Oak Grove, Jas. Lamb, R. A. Massey, II Tim. 3:12.
July 27, 1869, New Providence, W. W. Gardner, E. Petri,
July 26, 1870, Bethel, Noah K. Davis, A. D. Sears, Rom. 1:16.
Aug. 29, 1871, Sulphur Springs, Noah K. Davis, L. J. Crutcher,
Aug. 27, 1872, Mt. Gilead, Noah K. Davis, G. F. Bagby, Rev. 1-8.
One of the beat posted men in the
tobacco situation today as well as
one of the finest speaker, is to ad
dress the farmers at the cnurt house
this afternoon at 1 o'clock. Mr. Can
trill is well known here as he
preached association doctrine in the
days when the association was bloom
ing as the rose and prices soared
high four years ago. He is a regu
lar association evangelist and if the
farmers are seeking for facts aud
want to learn how living prices are
to be obtained they should turn out
in force today. The day for action
CASTOR I A
"MUTT AND JEFF."
New York, Chicago and Boston
laughed over the absurd antics of
"Mutt and Jelf" for months and
everywhere it has been pronounced
the best musical comedy of the
season; not alone In words, but box
office records have been established
unappraached by any othey attract
ion. All of this indisputable evi
dence of real merit in the play
should sppenj to you as it has to
millions of other people, whom it h3
pleased. "Mutt and Jeff" comes to
Holland's Opera House shortly.
A recital will be given by Miaa
Coriww Parrent at Highland Chapel
Thursday night, Oct. 3, at 7;45 for
the benefit of the School.
'ik. av . w nx -m.
Annual Sermon and Text Used at Each
R. Ross, Jno. S. Wilson, Rev.
f ' ' '. '
Easy To Hit.
The U. S recruiting office at
Louisvil'e Tuesday enlisted Lorcey
R. Henderson, a nugro, of High
strte, Greensboro, N. P. He is
tverty-one years and three months
of age. stands six fet three inches
inhis bare fee and weuha 171J
pounds Henderson said he joined
the army to take the advantage of
the opportunity to atlen'd the army
school and study.
STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP,
MANAGEMENT, PUBLICATION, ETC.
Of the Hopkinsville Kentuckian, Published Tri-Weekly at Hop
kinsville, Kentucky, Required by the Act of August 24,
Name.of Postoffice Address.
Editor, Chas. M. Meacham, Hopkinsville Ky.
Managing Editor, Chas. M. Mracham, Hopkinsville, Ky.
Busineee Manager, T, E. Bartley, Hopkinsville, Ky.
Publisher, Chae. M, Meacham, Hopkinsville, Ky.
, - T, E. Bartley, Bosineas Manager,
Sworn to and aufeecribed before rae this thirtieth day of September, 1912,
BAILEY RUSSELL, Notary Publk.
Aug. 26, 1873, Hopkinsville, Jno. F. Dagg, E. N. Dicken,
I Cor. 1:21.
Aug1. 25, 1874, Clarksville, Geo. F. Bagby, Samuel Baker
I Chr. 12:32. ' ' '.
Aug. 24, 1875, Elkton, Geo. F. Bagby, F. G. Piaster.
Aug. 29, 1876, Bowling Green, Geo F. Bagby, J. P. Boyce,
I John 5;14-15.
Aug. 28, 1877, Russellville, Geo. F. Bagby, T. Q. Keen, John
1:42. 1 .
Aug. 27-29, 1878; Bethel, Geo, F. Bagby, C. E- W. Dobbs,
John 16:14. '
Aug. 26-27, 1879, Auburn, Geo. F., Bagby, J. F. Hardwick,
Rom. 8:2. , - , . ,
Aug. 17-19, 1880, Mt. Gilead, Geo. F. Bagby,, J. W. Warder,
Aug. 23-24, 1881, Hopkinsville, Geo. F. Bagby, W. C. Taylor,
Gai:3:8. - ; . . , ' '
Aug. 22-23, 1882, Mt. Zion, W. W. Gardner, C. W. Dicken,
Aug. 21-22, 1883, Franklin,
Cor. 11:1. .
Aug. 19-20, 1884, Bethel,
Aug. 18-19,. 1885, Spring
Aug. 17-18, 1886, Russellville, J, H. Fuqua, J. T. Barrow,
Acts 1:8. 'v
Aug. 23-24, 1887, Sulphur
ence, Rom. 5:1. h'-n
Aug. 21-22, 1888, Hopkinsville, J. D. Clardy, J. G. Bow, Sec,
Aug. 20-22, 1889, Guthrie, JY D. Clardy, T. E. Tiller, Matt,
Aug. 18-21, 1890, Adairville, J. D. Clardy, B. W. Neal,
Aug. 18-20, 1891, Russellville, J. D. Clardy, R. N.' Barrett,
First Cor, ,3:9.
Aug. 23-25, 1892, Pembroke, J. D. Clardy, J. N. Mlall, John
Aug, 22-24, 1893, Auburn, W. S. Ryland, W. J. Williams,
Aug. 21-23, 1894, Elkton, W. S. Ryland, C. H. Nash, Rom.
Aug." 20-22, 1895, Franklin, E; N. Dicken, J. A. Bennett,
Aug. 18-20, 1896, Pleasant Grove, E. N. Dicken, E. N. Dicken,
Phil. 3:8. '
Aug. 17-19, 1897, Salem, S. P. Forgy, P. I. Lipsey, Col. 1:27.
Aug. 23-25, 1898, Mt. Gilead, S. P. Forgy, E. S. Alderman.
Aug. 22-24, 1899, Salem, J. G. Bow, J. H. Moore, Col. 3:11.
Aug. 7-9, 1900, Trenton, C. H. Nash, W. A. Whittle, John
... Aug. 7-8, 1901, Russellville, C.H.Nash, W. M. Wood, John
- Aug. 5-6, 1902, Adairville, J. F. Garnett, J. N.Prestridge,
Aug. 4-5. 1903, Guthrie, J, F. Garnett, A. R. Bond, Coll. 3:17.
'- Aug. 9-10, 1904, Auburn, J. S. Cheek, J. S. Snyder, Rev. 5.
Aug. 8-9, 1905, Pembroke, W. H, Harrison, S. J. Cannon,
Aug. 7-8, 1906, Hopkinsville, W. H. Harrison, W.'C. Jones.
Aug. 6-7, 1907, Elkton. W. E. Mitchell, W. E.. Mitchell, John
Aug. 4-5, 1908, Trenton, W. E. Mitchell, Cha. Anderson,
Aug. 3-4, 1969, Lewisburg, M. L. Fugate, B. F. Hagan, j
Luke 10:19. ,
' Aug. 9-10, 1910, Olivet, M. L. Fugate, W. E. Hunter, Gen.
Aug. 8-9, 1911, Adairville, B. F. Hagan. C. M. Thompson,
' Aug. 6-7, 1912, Bethel, B. F. Hagan, R. B. Mahoney.
Crossed Dead Line.
A. Dorn was killed and two others
were woundtd in Augusta,
when they,"crossed the "dead line"
tha Qfnfo Militin
gua-mpg sireei ruuway tuuytiij.
All those fired on by
were business men, it is said, who
were driving out the street where
the plant, was located, and claim not
to have known that a dead line had
I Smithson & Everitt,
S. P. Forgy, J. M. Peay, First
J. H. Fuqua, P. H, Lockett, John
Creek, J. H. Fuqua, J. N. Prestridge,
fT '' ' v
Spring, J. D. Clardy, S. M. Prov.
Todd County Fair.
The Todd County Fair will open
Ga.,;this morning and- continue three
days. All the stalls on the grounds
have been rented to accommodate
, it . . .,1 1 ififi i
1 ine aiocK mm win De cxnioitea.
The prp,pectg are filtering for a
prospects are flattering
better fair than the one held in Elk
ton last year.
STILL AT LARGE.
Sheriff Lowe Johnson who, with
deputy Herbert Johnson, answered
a hurry call Monday to atart out
and look for Ed Morris for Bhooting
Bob Kirkman, near Allegree, Todd
county, failed to "get a line" on
their man, and returned home that
night. The sheriff said yesterday
that Morris is still hiding in the
bushes and there is little prospect of
his being apprehended.
Two Counties Go Dry.
Muhlenberg county went dry Sat
urday by over 2.000 majority and
Tuesday Montgomery county, (Ky )
went the same way by 905. In the
latter county, the election will be
contested by the "wetB," who claim
the call for the election was illegal,
and will fight the case to the end.
Jer Imfe&ta aa4 Ckildrea.
Till KM Yw Hivi Always Btht
Signature of a$5X&
"Hie Yankee Girl" And Thi
E!ks Ball The
1 . - 1 .
WILL BE GREAT EVENT
The Hopkinsville Young Pe-
pie Are Going In
Manager Bleach, of The Garrick
Theatre, Madisonville, when tickets
were put on sale last Tuesday for
the opening of the new house of
amusement tomorrow night reserved
a number of tickets for Hopkinsville
people. He sent these tickets to L.
L Elgin for sale. The tickets for
the best part of the house were tak
en as fast as they could be checked
off, but few remaining in hand when
night came on. Of course that had
nothing to do with the block set
aside for the Hopkinsville delegation.
If you want to get your tickets for
reserved-seate" go to Elgin's drug
store at once and secure them.
In addition to those composing
Miss Sarah Cooper's box party there
will be a crowd of others who are
going down to attend the Elk's ball
as well as" to see the opening play,
"The Yankee Girl."
I PURELY PERSONAL 1
Mrs. George Boddie and Miss
Martha Rivers Boddie have returned
from an extended stay in Hopkins
ville. Ky. Nashville Banner.
W. T. Tandy and Thos. W. Long
are in Louisville attending the Bank
Mrs. J. T. Glenn, of Scottsville. is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. A.
iMrs. Jno. W. Cowherd, of Cadiz,
is visiting Mrs. Will Kimmons.
Mrp. Barksdale Hamlett, of Frank
fort, is visiting Mrs. W. A. Radford.
Disputed By John Bible.
Chicago, Sept. 30. Mayor Carter
H. Harrison, of Chicago, according
to telegrams received here, has shot
the largest bull moose ever killed in
the province of Quebec. The moose
was found on Lake Marie, 140 mile3
north of the city of Quebec.
Dr. and Mrs. Pinson announce the
engagement and approaching mar
riage of their daughter, May. to Mr.
John Lewis Rives, of Hopkinsville,
Ky. The wedding will be celebrat
ed, on Monday, Nov. 18th Pari3
(Tex ) Morning News.
The Shakespeare Club will meet
during October with Mrs. W. D.
Cooper. The month's work will be
gin with "Much Ado About Noth
ing," led by Misse3 Sarah Cooper
and Jean McKee.
In Court of Appeals.
L & N. R. R. Company vs. Com
monwealth, Christian; affirmed.
Peaslee-Gaulbert Company vs. Mc
Math's administrator, Christian; pe
tition for extension and modification
of opinion overruled.
I In Snite Of firav Hairs.
A V '
Khoxville, Tenn., Oct. 2. Andy J.
Hixon, aged 70, whoso hair is snow
white, was sentenced to death at
Newport for the murder of Jesse B.
Huff, who was shot and killed in
Cooke county early in the spring.
In Special Session.
The Florida legislature is in extra
session to act upon a proposal to
amend the charter of the city of
Jacksonville so as to enable that city
to own and operate municipal docks
While hauling near Sebreeapair
of $400 horses belonging to C. A,
Hancock, of Onton, backed a loaded
wagon into the river and both h or tea
were drowned, Mr. Hancock had a
cloee call. !HC9HH 1