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"ECLIPSE FIRST
Editorial Comment'
The poll? open at 6 a. m. and close
at 4 p. m. Vote early. (
Nicaragua held a presidential elec
tion Saturday und Ado'to Diaz, the
provisional president, wua the only
man voted for.
The.one discordant note ia likely,
to be found in Tennessee, where the
Democratic party is split and Hooper
has a. chance to e re elected. ,
Hon. Jas.M. Lang, former mayor
of Paducah, is tipped to succeed
Judge A. W. Barkley as county
judge, when he- becomes congress
man. The Louisville Herald says only a
hJmdful of Republicans turned qui
tiear the mighty William 0. Brad
leyp.rate at a much-advertised rally
in Louisville.
Uncle Tom Gaskins, who applied
for. license to marry a ' young widfrw
at Dresden, Twin., forgot her name
and had to go out and get the nee -ed
information. M
Te-day's landslide will break a 1
records in modern politic. Ailwn
will get everything except a few
Jjtomplimentary votes for the Presi
dent and the Colonel,
TJn presidential election in C'u' a
FrvKiy resulted in a walk-over for
Gen. Mario Menocsl who has issued
a card.of greeting to the people of
tha. United States, saying he will
prove worthy of the confidence re
posed in him.
Lieut. Vothis, n Greek naval offi-
ii I ri I. . 0l II.!
Cer( Blippw iuiu trie pun ut oaiuuiai
and blew up a Turkish battleship,
The Lieutenant used a big "I" eight
times in making hU report, the inti
npWn being that he considers him'
' ton b
Rear Admiralty timber.
HOPRINSVILLE
WILSON
WILL WIN
Every Test of Popular Senti-
ment Shows Certain
Victory.
CONGRESS AND SENATE TOO.
Wilson is Expected to Get Not
Less Than 400 Electoral
Votes Out of 531.
Every tetsfc of popular sentiment
taken just before the election shows
that Woodrow Wilson will he -overwhelmingly
victorious. Nation-wide
canvasses conducted by newspapers
and correspondents from every quar
ter. of the country are unanimous in
their prediction of sweeping Demo
cratic success
The New York Herald gives. Wil
son 887. Taft 27. Roosevelt 7 and the
rest doubtful with a likelihood that
Wilson will get 46 J electoral votes.
A Long Sentence.
Gov. Woodrow WMhoh's message
to the voteis of the United Stutes,
which was read at the gathering of
Democrats at every county seat in
our country Jast Saturday, was a
great paper. The closing sentence
of the first paragrunh contained ex
actly 15G words. M I What a lot of
good sense there was in itand the
entire address, too.
, H6pkin8 ille, Kentucky,
AND THE REST NOWHERE."
TURKS ARE ON
And Have Appealed To Powers For Mediation Conditions are
Critical Panic Prevails in Constantinople and
s Crime is Rampant.
That the Turkish army has retreated to the last line
of fortifications outside Constantinoplewas admitted in
the first .official bulletin admitting defeat. The Porte
has applied to the Powers for mediation with a view to
cessation of hostilities.- Constantinople is in a panic over
reports from the battlefield Crime is rampant in the
cicy and a general massacre is feared.
Rain and Snow.
Washington, Nov 3 A storm,
now central vytst.of the Rocky muun-,
tains, is coming-eastward, bringing;
local rains and snows, for the north-,
ern aud rains, for (ho southern dis
tricts. The storm, according. to the
weather bureau's , weekly bulletin,'
will prevail oyer .the great centrul
valleys Tuesday, and the
eastern
states about Wednesday.
"Another 8trm, attended by gen-
ornl nrecinitation. will reach the
-r - r r - - -
north Pacific states Wednesday pr '
rwl 1 II iL JJ.lll
inurguay, pruvtm ovtr .mo umuuiu
i r!-i n i i
west aoouc rnuuy or aaiuruay anu
the: eastern states near the close of
tuu wee. A change to decidedly
colder weather will follow."
Frost at Last.
Sunday morning Nov. 3 brought dation will soon be nadv for the
with it the first real frost of this 'carpenters and it wi 1 not ba long
delightful fall season in the glorious' before Mr Atkins will oramco
climate of Southern Kentucky. It ' business. An onir&w. '"adjng f mm
was hard on the flies and mosquitos. We,t 17'h stret,fs to be opened.
There w II be another one this men-1 , ,,, . , ' . .,11,.
imrthnt wPl be equally as hard on ,and wl" be a rat convenience to
Bull Moose and Elephants, Mr. Atkins and hi3 patrons.
xi KENTUCK1AN.
ill
ti 15)
Tuesday, November-5, 1912.
THE LAST LINE
Tried For Idiocy
Eza White, aged 14, was tried for
ididc Friday afternoon befor.1 Judge
LHaabery. After, hearing the testi
mony of hia father and another wit
ness und an examlna'ion of the boy.
.the.-jury decided that 0 e boy wta so
weak mentally (.th it his parents
sWould be allowed $75 a year for
taking care o.f'him John hite,
' fK f ftth' . Hvas n fwu? miltw nit nf
Kelly htanon. The ooy ia m only
u mnnt.n.. v.... ..i.... !-.i.. ti
ncan iMcuianjr, Uiiu Jll)rilu ijr. uc
never tried to walk until he was six
years or age
I
Sanitary Dairy.
Rtley Atkins is building- a aarrta
ry dairy on the Phelps plact. jjae
outside the city west of the G .niton
I nikn Tho innfrntn fl kii unrl fiinri.
ELECTION NEW
TO-NIGHT
ill Be Received Here at the
Circuit Court Room
Bv Wire.
OVER THE POSTAL LINE.
Chairman Radford, of the Cam
paign Committee, Has So
Arranged.
j' ; Walter Ridtor l, Unairman of the
j Democratic County Committee, has
Mrranored for receiving election re
I turns' toniffht as fast as they como
over the wire and they will he an
nounced as received. This is a fine
arrangement, as the Circuit Court
room Will be comfortable and those
deeply interested in. trie result of the
election in every state need not go
home "until early in the morning."
Scotch Women.
Scotch women, of the St. Andrew's
Society, Washington, are on the war
p tlh because the men have decided
to have a stag banquet and drink
f Scutch whisKy, instead of having a
cold-wuter i.ffair with the women
p esm.
Meeting At Casky
A series of meetings began at
Casky Baptist church Sunday, con
ducted by the pastor, Rev. J.F. Gor-'
do.
Watch Th Oals
After your ruimc, run
promptly, and not ml a nam
ber. Th4 PoiitM irrulntlon
require nabaeriptloni to b
paid In advance..
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HIS AUTO BUCKED
And Gov. Wilson Gets a Pain
ful Scalp Wound.
G"v. Woodrow Wilson wnsinjured
Sunday wnen the automobile in
which he was returning from Red
Bunk "bucked" und hie. head struck
the roof of the car, ir.flicting a scalp'
wttund three inches long. The Gov
ernor stopped at Highstown, where
n physician dressed the injury and
then continued his trip to Princeton,
A BRACE OF COLLISIONS.
Very Close Calls But Nobody
Was Injured.
Saturday afternoon a negro by the
name of Douglas Caldwell, who was'
drivig a mule attached to n Jersey
wagon, drove into a buggy near the
Planters Hardware Company and'
turned it over. Mrs. McGee and"
another lady were in tho buggy
which was standing near the curb.
Mrs. McGee came very near being
injured. Had not a gentleman taken
hold of her and lifted her out there
h no telling what the consequences
might have been. The other lady
Jdmped out as soon as she realized
her danger,
Too negro drove on as if nothing
had happened, but; was later arrest
ed. He had his trial before Cv
Judtje Wood yesterday morning d
was fined $26, which he will wik
out ont he streets,
Saturday afternoon Judge Chn?.,
Prowae and Mrs. George Kolb were
driving out the Nashville pike to
take a photograph of Mrs. Ki'h's
horses. They had gotten on the
bridge at Cate's mill when they col
lided with another buggy, both hav
ing a wheel broken.
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