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THF WEATHER.
FO!t KENTUCKY- Fatr
Saturday
Vol. nxrv
HopxiNsviLLi, KiiNTUCKTi; Saturday, October 5, 1912.
No. 118
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BADLY rBURNED.
CAPT. WHIT tOW
HOPKINSVILLE
EVIDENCE
TURKEY HAS K
HANDS FULL
Four Balkan States Go To War
To Secure Autonomy
Councilman Havrkm's LittkJWV
OLD-TIMER
ABOUT IN
former Manager of Hotel Lath
' am, Visits the City.
Capt Wnitlow and Brown Whit-
Got Hold of Carbolic
Am OLI.Ti'mM f Aunfrv Fair Ts
The Tkfflg For Next
Year.
MEETING HELD NEXT MONDAY
To
Consider The Movement
Inaugurated By The
B. M. A' "
There will be, or ought to be, a
big crowd in town next Monday. It
is the first day in the month, and it
ia just the right time for the meet
ing at the City court room to organ
ize an association that will have en
j ergy and plucks-enough to have a
-f air next fall, Bethere at 10 o'ejock.
We ought to have a county fair,
an old-time fair A place where can
be shown every product of the soil,
everything produced, even the pret
est women in the county, the pret
tiat babies, the finest Tibrses, cows
and sheep, the most luscious fruits,
the most templing jellies, preserves,
jams, and the finest chickens, ducks,
turkeys, geese and everything else
that the people raise, grow and
make.
i Gentlemen, you who have again
aken the lead, get up a fair of this
'kind, We need it. We are. behind
some of our neighboring cities in
this. Madisonville, Owensboro,
Henderson. Bowling Green and other
places are leading us In this. Get
the people interested and there is
no doubt that the fair will be assur
ed. When we have one, others will
follow. No fear of this. Offer big
premjmus for tobacco, hogs, horses
catt!e and manufactures, and deal
'liberally with the housewives and
everybody will be ready to take a
hand. We have been sleeping too
long already.
Cat Mothering Rats.
They have a valuable cat out at
-file's -Mill, on the Nashville pike
and all the employes of the mill are
very much attached to her. Pussy
last Thursday lost all of her htt'.o
kittens and was in deep sorrow. In
the uftemoon she became desperate
over her loss and determined to a
dopt a whole familyof ratswhich the
mother left. Finding half a dozen
young rats in a hole who had been
deserted by their mother, the af
fectionate feline reached into the
hole and one by one drew them
out. After taking out the last one,
She finally succeeded in bunching
the lot and took them under mater
nal care. The people about the mi 1
have concluded to let the cat raise her
adopted children, ' Friday mornjng
the young rats.had gotten used to
their new mother and were quite
busy hunting for nourishment.
FOOTBALL.
First game of the season between
High School and Bo wen, of Nash
ville, at Mercer Park this afternoon
at 3 o'clock. Admission 25 cents.
Conditional Judgment.
An agreed judgment for a fine of
$1,250 against the international Har
vester Company was this week filed
in Circuit Court. This is the out
come of an action brought several
months ago against the Harvester
company charging it with maintain
j ing an unlawful combination in re
straint of trade in this county. The
judgment carries a provision with it
t " that payment of the fine depends
upon the decision of the Supreme
Court of the United tatw on an ap
pealed caw now before it. If the de
cision of the Supreme Court is fav
nrahle to th Harvester company
then the judgment bre is to become
null and void, but if it is favorable
to.tM common w.aalth then the judg.
ment here is to stand, and th fina
will k PftM .
The 17-months-old sen of Mr. and
Mrs. H. Li Haydon was badly burned
about the face and mouth last Wed
nesday. The little boy was in the
room with his mother, and while Mrs.
Haydon was busy he went to the
washBtand and got hold of a vial of
carbolic acid, ha put the cork be
tween his teeth and pulled it oi
the acid spilling between his lips and
running duwn his face. Mrs. Ha; -don
had no idea of what the child
was up to until he began screaming
with pain. He suffered intensely
arid it wi'l take some time for the
bJrned places to heal. Councilor n
Haydon has been suffeiing several
days with a mashed thumb. The
thumb was so badly mashed that the
flesh was separated from the bone. -
L tf. DAVIS
Makes Another Upward Step
In The K. P. Grand Lodge. .
Lucian H. Davis has always been
an ardent Knight and his brothers
have honored him lime and again.
At the annual meeting of the' Grand
Lqdge Knights of Pythias in 'Louis
ville this week, the grand body- ad
vanced him one step higher up. At
the opening Mr. Davis was Grand
Outer Guard and he was made Grand
Inner Guard when the new officers
were chosen. He is worthy of the
many honors that have been extend
ed him in all the secret societies
with which he is connected.
ON VISIT
To Christiansen Taken With
Fatal Illness.
Mrs Margie Morgap,. of Nashville
Tenn., died Thursday at the home of
her sister-in-law, Mrs. Susan Berry,
near Carl, this county Mrs. Mor
gan was here on a visit and was
taken ill just ten days ago with pneu
monia. She was 67 years old and a
member of the Christian church.
She was a native of Todd county.
Interment in the Berry burying
ground to-day.
TUBERCULOSIS
Causes Death Of Mrs. Hester
Simpson, Near Hawkins.
Mrs. Hester Simpson died, at her
home near Hawkins Wednesday,
after a lingering illness of consump
tion, aged 36 years. Her husband
and two daughters survive. Mrs.
Simpson was a member of the Meth
odist church. The interment took
place in the Armstrong burying
ground Thursday. Services were
held at the grave by Rev. T. K.
O'Brien.
Two Deaths At Asylum.
Mr3. Robert Hilton, a McCracken
county patient. ( died at Western
State Hospital Tuesday, pf menin
gitis, aged 45 years. ShV'was re
ceived here for treatmerit,aboiWfour
months ago. ' t. 'i
Harvey. Bidwell, a patient from
Muhlenburg county, died Thursday,
of Brlght's disease, aged 62 years.
He had been in the institution about
eighteen months.
Both bodies were interred in the
hospital burying ground.
Plucky Mayor Polsgrove.
Mayor Jas, H, Polsgrove of Frank
fort was Bhot down on the. street by
Patrick Haley whose wife is suing
for a divorce, the Mayor being her
attorney. He was hit in the thigh,
but regained his feet and grappled
with Haley, finally disarming him
and knocking him down with a
blackjack, Two men who were
talking to the mayor left him when
he was attacked. HaUy fired at him
three times.
Rev, W. H. White, of Florence,
Ala., ii visiting Mr. C. F, Lyle,
Testimony In the Galbreath Case
Will Be Concluded
May.
R. II. DeTREVILLE A WITNESS
Defendant Was on the Stand
All of Yesterday :
. Afternoon. .
The triui uf J. B Gulbfcath.charg-.
ed with (tempting a dividend when
the Acm Mills Compiny was insolv
ent, mndt such gin d time that the
prosecution finished yesterday at
noon. Witnesses used by the State
were Geo D. Diltjm, C. H. Dietrich,
A. B. Fisher, the xpert accountant;
R. H DeT cv 1 e, E. W. St-gar, T.
W. Blnkey, Nat Giither. R. J. Ca
rothers and B. A. Rogers.
The defense began at 11:30 a. m.
with the defendant on the stand. It
was expected that his examination
would take all of the af ternoon. The
evidence will be finished to-day, but
the speaking will go over to next
week.
The cost of bringing 83 men here
on the Todd venire who were not
used W.-S $29142 Twelve on the
jury are yet to be paid.
... FREE PREMIUMS . . .
If You Want Something For
Nothing, Here's Your
Chance.
In these days of High Living, it behooves us all to be
on the lookout for money-saving propositions. The Ken
tuckian has arranged with a celebrated premium house,
for a line of high class subscription-premiunivS and for a
short time only is prepared to open a BARGAIN COUNT
ER that will make every housekeeper sit up and take no
tice. Here are the articles that you can get absolutely
FREE by paying your subscription a year ahead, or by
taking the paper if you are not alrpady a subscriber.
1. Half Dozen Tea Spoons..
2. Carving Knife and Fork.
3. Midget Kitchen Set, 3 pieces.
4. -Patent Tension Spring Scissors.
Sanitary Paring Knife.
6. One Hand Egg Beater and
Cream Whip.
Samples of these goods can be
seen at the Kenturkian office and to
see them is to want them. For 30
days every cash subscriber for one
year will be given cither one of the
premiums numbered 1 and 2 or any
two of those numbered 3, 4, 5 and 6,
upon payment of $2. Subscribers
whose times are not yet out, may
take advantage of this proposition
by paying a year from date of ex
piration of their subscriptions.
Premium No. 1- One Set of 6 Tea
SppohSy . The design is a brand new
pattern, of fine style and good grade,
carrying a heavy plate of pure Sil
ver on a Nickel base, French Grey
finish. Free with one year's sub
scription at $2. '
Premium No2 Cocobolo'Carving
set, consisting of a carver 13 inches
long, 9 inch blade, and pot tork 12J
inches long. These tiro something
worth while, blades of crucible steel,
hand ground under W8ter, and oil
tempered, thus securing a flexible
blade that will hold its edge; handles
firet quality cocobolo securely rivet
ed with brass rivets. These goods
sell at high prices and are good
enough to use in anybody's home.
Free with one year's subscription at
$2.
These Offers Good Till November 5,
STRIKE WHILE THE IRON IS HOT
(daw. passed through the city last
Thursday, enroute to Metropolis, III.
ahey made the trip in an automobile
jrom uumrie to Metropolis, uapt.
SVh'itlow has been running the hotel
A,. -!-.. t
pi uumrie ior me past iour yearB,
bur. has disposed of his interests
thpre. His future plans have not
be?n made known. There are a
great .many people in Hopkinsvil.'e
who. would be glad if Capt. Whitlow,
who managed Hotel Latham so very
successfully for many years, could
sae his way to again locate here,
if '
'Jr. The Athenaeum.
j j.ne mnenaeum
.mi a at
met at Hotel
night With 24
Ilathem Thursday
members present.
Mi PJ X7 T.infnri rnA
an excel
lent paper
on "The Divorce Evil"
and Mr. L. H. Davis one on the
"South's Resources." Both papers
were discussed at length.
' President Henry returned from
Louisville and came in late. Mr.
John. C. Duffy presided during the
'early part of the meeting.
Death of Mr. Medley.
. Chas. E. Medley, a native of this
county and brother of Mr. Jas. Mac's
ey, of Beverly, ard Mrs. J. M. Den
nis, died Tuesday at his home in Col
umbus, Ky., of paralsis. He was 65
years old and a CorfederEta Veteran.
Hia wife and four children survive
Say, youl Advertise in this paper.
Premiurn No. 3. Midget Kitchen
Set, packed in box 2 Paring Knives
with tempered steel blades and one
high grade Can Opener with tem
pered cutter, waterproof handles on
all. A dandy high grade premium.
Premium No. 1 Patent Tension
Spring Sciasors 8 inch size, guaran
teed for two years, the best prem
ium shear on the market. Its sale
has been enormous and every lady
should have a pair.
Premium No. 5. Sanitary Paring
Knife, solid aluminum handles. This
knife is 6$ inches long, blade of ex
tra quality crucible steel, ground by
hand on grindstones under water
and oil temnered, insuring a flexible
blade that will hold its 'edge indefin
itely. The aluminum handle is cast
solidly, and securely to the blade,
leaving no crevices to hold dirt,
making, blade and handle practically
one piece..:
Premium No. G. The One Hand
Egg Beater, a perfect Egg Beater,
Creanl Whipapd Mayonnaise Mixer.
This is a desirable premium in every
way, just what every housekeeper
needs. It is Simple, Sanitary, Dur
able, Quick and Effective. Hard
wood handle, fiber finish, Oil tem
pered Steel Spring, guaranteed.
Great beating capacity, six heavy
wires. Ball bearing foot or rest
prevents slipping. This is sure to
bo a popular one with the ladies.
Any two of the 4 last named prem
iums given free with a year's sub
scription at $2.
SERIOUS BATTLE OCCURS.
Thirty Turks Are Reported
Slain By Bulgarians and
Many Villages Looted.
London, Oct. 4 Actual hostilities
have begun in the Belkans, following
the demand of Macedonia, Servia,
Bulgara and Crete for autonomy.
Bulgarian troops are crossing the
Turkish frontier. Severe fighting
between Turkish and Servian troops
is reported to have occurred on the
southeastern frontier of Servia in a
dispatch from Belgrade. The Turks
are Baid to have lost thirty killed
and many wounded while the Serv
iin casualties are criven as two killed
1 and eighteen wounded.
Meeting Postponed.
The revival scheduled to begin at
the First Baptist church tomorrow
has been postponed until Nov. 17th,
Dr. J. W. Porter, of Lexington,
could not come for as long a time as
he was wanted.
The Stork
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Gish of Memphis, Tenn., will
be glad to hear of an arrival of a son
George Edward Gish, on Sept. 30th,
Mrs. Gish was formerly Miss Addie
Mae Price, of this city.
I PURELY PERSONAL. I
a u
Miss Lucy Moore, who is visiting
Mrs. Thos. S. Winfree, will return
to Owensboro tomorrow.
Thos. W. Ling, Cashier of the
First National BanK, and W. T.
Tandy, President of the City Bank
and Trust Co., who attended the
State Bankers' Association meeting
at Liouisville, have returned home.
Col. Jouett Henry, Grand Repre
sentative; L. H. Davis, Grand Inner
Guard, and Green H. Champlin,
Frank Torian, Herman Johnson, A.
M. Colsman, J. W. Stowe and G. W.
Walker, representatives to the meet
ing of the Grand Lodge Knight3 of
Pythias in Louisville, returned home
Thursday night.
Mesdames Jack Bryant and Cyrus
Greenfield and Misses Vera McMur
ray and Eva Linebaugh, of Guthrie,
were shopping here Thursday.
Miss Una Hunter, of Gdthrie, who
has been visiting Miss Vera Randle,
her cousin, will return homo today.
Mesdames R. T. and D. W. Chil
ton, of Pembroke, spent Thursday
with Mrs. A. M. Wallis.
Mrs. Fannie May Oivsley has re
turned from a visit to friends in Illi
nois.
Miss Emily Kelly will leave to
morrow for Dallas, Texas, for a six
week's visit to her brother, Wallace
Kelly.
Miss Viola Williams has returned
from a visit to Mrs. Cyru3 Radford,
near. Philadelphia.
John B Trice, -who visited Gen.
Simon, Bolivar Buckner, a relative of
Mr. Trice, near Munfordsyille, Ky.,
has returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Armstrong
are in Nashville visiting relatives be
fore going to Florida for the winter.
Mies Lottie Bouldin, of Pembroke.
Is now bookkeeper for Wall &Mc
Gowan.
Miss Mary Cooper has returned
from Greely, Ohio, where she visited
her brother, Hugh C. Cooper.
Lawrence McKee, who recently re
signed his position with L. A. John
son & Co., has entered a college in
Louisville,
BOX PARTY
At the Garrick Theatre, Mad
isonville, by Miss Cooper.
The following Hopkinsville people
composed the box party at the open
ing of the Garrick theatre, given by
Miss Cooper last night, in honor of
her. guest, Miss Florence Coffin, ot
Birmingham, Ala.: 1
Miss Florence Coffin, American
Beauty crepe meteor, en train,,
rhinestone trimmings.
Mr. George Lackey.
Miss Corinne Parrent, imported
gown of black novelty over red mes
saline, jeweled trimmings.
Mr.'Summers Cooper.
Miss Mary Clark, pink mes3aline,.
en train, over dress of lace and!
dewdrop net.
Mr. Alvan Clark.
aiiss Sarah Cooper, light blue Bat
in, draped in imbroidered marquette-
Mr. Fred Jackson.
Mrs. W. T. Cooper and Mrs. L, L.
Elgin, chaperones.
Mrs. Barksdale Hamlett, of Frank
fort, who had been visiting Mrs.
Walter Radford, went to Henderson
Thursday to spend a day with friends.
before returning home.
Mrs. Lloyd Whitlow spent Wed
nesday with Miss Jennie Glass. Mrs
Whitlow was on her way to Metropo
lis, 111., the home of her father.
Thomas Richards, of Memphis, at
one time telegraph operator at the
I. C. depot, is visiting his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Richards, E.
Eighteenth street.
Mrs. Jouett Henry, who had been
visiting Mrs. Philander Pendle-
t n, near Pembroke, returned home
Thursday.
Miss Vera Randle gave a dinner
Monday evening in honor of her at
tractive house guests, Miss Una
Hunter, Guthrie, Ky., Miss Nellie
Thomas, Griffin, Ga.. and Miss Ella
Sively of Howell. Covers were laid
for ten. After the dinner they ail
went to Princess Theatre.
Second Crop of Apples.
The second crop of June apple3
are now being enjoyed in the heme
of Senator Frank Rives. The first
crop ripened about the first of May.
The second crap if how ripe, a little
under usual ze '. hd have as fke
flavor as the May crdpV
Again With" the Southern.
H. Baylor Abernathy has sever' d
his connection with the Model Laun
dry as shipping clerk and is ag .in
with the Southern Express Co. His
first experience, when a mere boy,
was with the Southern and he is
much at home in his old place.
Cumberland Church, 7th, St.
Sunday school at 9;30 a. m.
Preaching at 11 a. m., with ccn
munion lervice.
Preaching at 7:30 p. m.
Christian Endeavor at 6:30.
J. B ESHMAN.
Pastor.
Now look out for a sure enough
race for Governor in New York with
Sulzer, Democrat; Hedges, Repub
lican, and Straus, Bull Moose, in the
ring. And don't be surprised if
Sulzer gets more votes than both cf
his opponents.
A peace pact was signed yesterday
by Italy and Turkey.
HINTS ON CANNING GREENS
Method Which If Followed Carefully
Will Insure Success
Every T'njj-" - 4
Many things used for groens may be
canned by the following method: Pick
over carefully and wash tho leaves
mixture of kinds Is desirable; cook In
boiling salted water as for tho table
until nearly dono; do not have much
water, but cook lh closed kettles to
mako the steam do tho work. Then
pack closely in Jars and pour over
them boiling vinegar to All overy air
space, then Beal tightly as any othqr
canning. Pack the greens closely In
the jar, and when pouring In the boil
ing vinegar, run a knlfu blade around
the edge in ordor to open up the
spaces for the vinegar. Wrap each
Jar in brown paper, or put into paar
bags, and keep aa other canned fruits,.
Spinach, mustard, chard, beet and oth- '
er greens are put up la this war.-
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