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HOPKINSYjLLI, KiKTtfCXY, TfeUJWDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1912
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If Kentucky expects to be propir
ly represented In the Senate,. the
next Senator Bhould W man
Schooled In ntlont poMtica. For
mer Governor Beckham's -tate ad
ministration wm repudiated by 18,
000 majority and Mr. Beckham waa
as itfjomlnee unable to unite his
partyTin the senatorial election. He
belongs to a faction, just a9 Patter
son in tenneseee belongs to a faction
and it is doubtful" if he has made
friends since "marching from a
Blaughte -house into an open grave."
Next to Ollie James, Owsley Stanley
is the logical leader to be sent to the
Senate. He belongs to no discredit
ed faction and no Democrat would
refuse to support him.( A leader in
r the House, he wou d at once become
a leader in the Senate., Like Ollie
James he would enter that body,
booted and spurred, and ready to
battle for Democracy. On, Stan
ley. 0 a!
J,The Valiants of Virginia" is the
name of a new novel by Hallie
Erminie Rives, which is said to Je
on$bf her best books. It deals with
life in Virginia and a good deal of
negro dialect appears in the sayings
of "Uncle Jefferson" an old-time
negro. The author is now the wife
of Post Wheeler, who is In the con
sular service at St. Petersburg. ( The
book willlbe awaited with interest
ihiere, as Mrs. Wheeler is a native of
NEW HOTEL BUILDING
ON MAIN STREET
TheiPewrW' ' Would Be a.' Good Name.Fine Sixty-Two
Room Biiilding.L:argest Banquet Room In This
Section of the State.
17.. A lU Unl-lnni- nlnxn
kin the United States, has a paper
iujjjuv uur luriiiui ivcuLutRj menu,
JMH. Westover, called the Sun.
V i Of course there is nothing in a name,
but look here, John, wouldn t a jour
nal called Jfce Ice-Chest be more
papular with the sweltering popula
tion? The Senate is now busy in the im
peachment trial of Judge R. W.
Archbold, of the U. S Commerce
. Dll !
Uo.urt, on a cnarge oi commerciauz-
ingls potentiality as a judge." orr
to make it plainer, selling decisions.
This is the ninth impeachment trial
s in the history of the Senate.
J. Beal Sneed has been acquitted
of the murder of Copt. A. G. Boyce,
Sr., at Fort Worth, Texas, in a fight
grov&g out of the elopement of
BoycVs son with Sneed's wife. Last
September he also kilted the Junior
Boyce and is yet to btried for this
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mintz of New
York, quarreled in 1901 and by
agreement have never spoken to
each other since, though living to
gether until a suit for divorce was
recently filed by the wife. This is
probably what you might call mine
Mr. Carnegie's offer to pension
ex-presidents is safely made. Few
statesmen upon retiring from office
could afford to accept a pension from
the head of a great private corpora
tion. But Carnegie may spur the
government to action.
Yes, it'a . Hopkinsville is to
have another big hotel. Speculation
is at an end and rumor has run its
length. Preliminaries have all been
arranged and within a few months
travelers, as they ali?ht from the
trains of the three railroade,will hear
the cry of the porters of three ho
tels. The name of the new place for
taking care of travelers has not yet
been determined on, but that part
of the name of the company putting
up the tallest building in the city,
"The Pennyroyal Company," just
natura'lly suggests itself and "The
Pennyroyal Hotel" would sound
But this is not so important. The
first question that presents itself will
be "who ia to run it?" An agree-
ment has been entered into this
week with Mr. Woodson Moss, of
Winchester, Ky., to take charge
as soon as the building is completed.
Mr. Moss is a hotel man of njany
years experience and he is now run
ning a hotel at "Winchester that is
classed by traveling men as one of the
very best in the State. That he is
capable is beyond all question and he
will sustain his reputation as a host
in assuming his duties as manager
of one of the most modern and up
to-date hostelries in this, the livest
and most' progressive city in Ken
tuckv. Ji '
We mean it wh,en we say most
modern and up-to-date, for the ho
tel will ba such in .everv Particular
!The izentlemen who Have invested
their money at the corner of Mam
and Eleventh streets have confidence
in Hopkinaville's future and are
abundantly,, able to carry out every
detail both as to construction and
When the plans were drawn for
Khf hnilriincr the comnanv had in
mind a modern office building, but
after .the foundation was put in and
the second story had been reached
propositions from three parties to
cpnvert the building into a hotel
were duly considered - and it was
Senator Bailey is out in a state
mmt criticising William Jennings
Effan for his lack of knowledge of
the money and tariff question.
Bailey knows some things about
some questions that he would doubt
less like to forget.
Gov Gilchrist, of Florida, stood up
when the Mayor of Richmond in hit
welcoming' addrew called upon Gov
ernors who were not ruled by their
wives to rise. Gov. Gilchrist amid
cheers explained that he had no wife.
Mrs. Eloise Smith, a Titanic wid.
ow, of Cincinnati, gave birth to a
btyy Nov. 30. Mrs. John Jacob As
tor telegraphed her congratulations
tithe mother of the postluimouB
child. . '
ikfrn old lady at Cleveland, Ohio,,
left $10.(30) to one of her boarders,
who chopped kifdJing? and carried,
in coal for ber. Mow avoryDouy wll!
want to split kindling for the ladies.
Many Turkiah women bays w
cape J from harem And fled into
Kurope daring the war excutmant.
Office rof Road Supervisor
Was Declared Va-
finally determined to gve Hopkins
ville 'fuller hotel accommodations,
and only three days since all other
plans were abandoned and the hotel
proposition was given precedence.
At this time-it is impossible to go
into details t s to general outline,
but we can say that the new hostelry
will be entirely modern.
The building will contain 62 guest
rooms. The banquet hall will be on
the first floor, in the store room
adjoining the large building now in
process of contraction. 'Its area
will be greater than any dining room
in this end of the State. The office
and lobby will be in the corner with
a cafe fronting on Eleventh street.
The guest rooms will be large and
well ventilated and reached by a
passenger elevator running from
the first to the fourth floor. Of
course the entire building will be
heated by steam and the lighting
will be perfect. The corridors on
every floor will be broad and fire
escapes will be put in, everywhere
necessary to the full protection of
life in case of fire
Whilst convenience and comfort
for all who make "The Pennyroyal"
(if that should be the name) their
stopping place is the main consider
ation of the. company, the ornament
al will be by no means overlooked.
,Every effort will be used to make a
hotel de luxe, even a roof-garden
not bein altogether an improbabili
ty. . t
. Situated on the main thoroughfare
of tls city and convenient to rail
road stations and the principal busi
ness houses, and and Hopkinsville
leading. all other cities in the State,
according to the last census, in in
crease in population, and. as we be
lieve, also leading in increase in
business as well, to say nothing of
the brilliant outlook for future
growth and an unprecedented in
crease in business of all kinds, we
see no reason why another large and
modern hotel should not prove a
WHAT KENTUCKY GETS.
CLAIMS AGGREGATING $1,015.
Rumor. $Iiaf Supervisor Cole
' hum Will Not
Unknown Dead Man's Relatives
Make Inquiries Probably
S. P. Nash.
After holding for nearly two
weeks the unidentified body of the
man found dead on the track of the
L. & N. railroad on Sunday morning,-
November 17, the body was
buried last Friday. Renshaw &
Harton, who had charge of the body
and at the expense of the city and
county, intererd the body, received a
telegram from A. H. Nash,, at Wil
keBboro, N. C, asking if they were
still holding the remains. A second
telegram came which Jed the under
takers to infer that A. H. Nash
would come here and arrange for
taking the body to Wilkesboro or to
have it buried here.
Sunday afternoon at 4:37 Renshaw
& Harton -received the third tele
gram. The sender was then at SaliF
bury, N. C. The message read:
"Wire me quick coet to disinter re
mains of Sam f, Nash ready for
shipment. A. H. NASH."
Yesterday RobtW, Tiernan, of
Salisburg, N. C. arrived in the city
and promptly paid the undertakers'
bill and arranged to disinter
inter the young mac's body and take
:-'- l. in fnvmaU li run a c f Qoliolnil-Vr '
Nashwas 28 years old and unmarried.
Milo Blanchard, of near Cfofton,
an4'Miaa Ora Morgan, of Dawson,
were married in Madisonville a few
daya ago. '
Judge J. H. Hazelrigg ia a possi
ble candidate for Saaator.
Estimates For Public Buildings
In This State Aggregate
The Secretary of the Treasury, in
his annual estimates for public
buildings submitted to Congress
recommends appropriations for work
on Kentucky structures during the
fiscal year ending June 30, 1914,
amounting to 109.000 in the aggre
gate as follows:
For continuation of Bardstown
postoffice, $5,000; Cynthiana post
office continuation, $25,o6o, appro
priation for. fiscal year 1912-1913,
$15,000; Hopkinsville postoffice con
tinuation, $24,000, appropriated last
year $l,000;Lawrenceburg postoffice
continuation, $15,000, appropriated
last year $30,000.
New Albany, Ind., completion and
extension of postoffice, $10,000.
Somerset, Ky., for site and com
pletion of postoffice, $10,000; appro
priated last 7ear$lQ,000.
Mr. Wm. J. Chiles, the new
steward of the Western Hospital,
succeeded Mr. S. A. Pae on Decem
ber 2 and has entered upon the
duties of the position. Mr. Chiles
h'ls been connected with the institu
tion, in -other capacities for a number
of years and la thoroughly familiar
with his new duties and is well qual
ified for the. position he has been
called upon to fill, He is a popular
gentleman and will make an exoel
The FifcallCourt met last Tuesday
and all the members of the cout
were present exceptingsq. Cooper.
Not much business was before the
body. There was a large number a
claims to be passed Upon, which was
done as , expeditiously as possible.
The aggregate of the claims allowed
The mo3t important item brought
up for consideration wa3 for action
in regard to the abolishment of the
office of County Road Supervisor,
held by B. W. Coleman.
County Attorney Puffy addressed
the court, in which he gave his con
struction of the law passed by the
last General Assembly, which is em
bodied in the following order, enter
ed upon the record and signed by
County Judge Knight:
"By virtue of Chap. 110 Gen.As'y.
1912, the office of foad supervisor is
abolished and that said office no
longer exists, and that by Sec. 48 of
the, said statute it is the duty of the
County Judge, by and with the con
sent of the. Fiscal Court, to appoint
a road examiner, and that this duty
is mandatory, as recently- held by
the Court of Appeals, in the case of
Morgan vs. Champion. 160 Ky., 396
"And the court is further advised
that by section 94 of the said acts all
duties and powers of the Road
Supervisor and Overseer shall be
performed after Dec. 1, 1912,
by the Road Examiner and that
the term which the present
incumbent, E. W. Coleman, now
claims to hold, having commenced
after the passage of the. said act,
does not entitle him to continue to
hold the said office of Road Super
visor, which has been abolished, since
the term which he held at the time
of the passage of the said act has
"The members of this court and
other county officials, and the pub
lie, are also advised that the said E.
W. Coleman !ia no longer Road
Supervisor of Christian county, and
haa no further .right or authority to
perform the duties of said office,
nor to handle! :the funds of said
county for said purpose, nor to re
ceive the emoluments therefor."
After tho foregoing order had
beStrmade Attorney Duffy stated
verbally that if T the Court of Ap
peals should hold that Mr. Coleman
is technically in office that he would
prefer charges agains' the Road
Sujrvisor for his removal, in the
interest of the county. That he
could not conscientiously tin other
wise under hi3 oath of office.
SUITS ARE FILED
AGAINST THE CITY.
Growing Outf the Depreda
tions of Night Riders Five
TwoBuits.for $10,000 each were
yesterday filed against tht city of
.HopkiriBville for Itbe destruction of
property by night riders Dec, 7,
W. T. Tandy su'es for u frame
warehouse on Campbell .and 14th
street and W, T, Cooper for, a krick
building on Nloth and ; Railroad
Senator McC imber has introduced
a bill to repeal the newspaper pub
Baskets! ' Baskets!
Fruit and Flower
Nothing Nicer for Christmas
SEE MY FRONT WINDOW
T. M. JONES,
1 H J
CAPI L'ALSl'OUK. $60,000.00
WE IR3VITE YOU
To join us in business-.
We can help each other.
We seek in every way to
maintain the standard of
careful attention to the
interests of our customers.
W. T. TANDY. President.
JNO. B. TRICE, Vice Preat.
IRA L. SMITH, Cashier,
J.A. BROWNING, JR., Asst.Cash.
3 PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
The combination is great; the latter now
has full charge of OUR SHOW WIN
DOW and will for the next FEW DAYS
give it his personal attention. Don't
miss seeing OHAS. If you do the fault is
yours and not ours.
W. T. COOPER & CO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
HOPKINSVILLE - - KENTUCKY. 1
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY,
Only National Bank in This Community!
Stockholders' Liability 76.000.00
ISSUES TRAVELER'S CHECKS GOOD IN ALL PARTS
OF THE WORLD.
HAS A REGULAR SAYINGS DEPARTMENT
Thr Pr Cnt Iwfcr t PM on ftftyingn and Tmm