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did the Shooting
Friday Night in the
1 Bell Neighborhood
Leslie Oldham a white man was
hnt twice near Bell Ky last Fri-
Ar rhrhihv William Gilmore- a
cpldrcd man
One shot took effect in the leg and
the other in the wrist
Oldham was disabled and had to
be taken to his home but his in
juries are not especially dangerous
The parties met in the road near
Gilmores house and after a few
words got into a row and the shoot
ing followed
Oldham J far as known was
not armed
Gilmore is a married man Oldham
is unmarried and about 21 years
old
Gilmore was arrested in Clarks
ville and brought to jail hereto day
by Constable FrankRives
PERSONAL GOSSIP
Attorney Jehn Kelly of Cadiz is
in the city to day
Mr H B Cosby of Dixon was
in the city this morning
Rev W K Piner has returned
from Bowling Green
- Miss Marie Boyd of Eddyville
was in the city yesterday
Mrs J D Ware and children
are visiting friends near Gracey
Miss Patty Bnrtley is visiting
Mrs J P Meacham at Gracey
Mr H A Moseley has gone to
Earlington on a visit to relatives
Mr and Mrs T J Baynham of
Kennedy spent Sunday in the city
with relatives
Mrs Gunthcr of Otvensboro is
visiting her daughter Mrs T N
Petree
Miss Alice Lander has returned
from a lengthy visit to relatives in
Paducah
Mrs E M Sherwood and chil
dren are spending the day with
relatives in Evansville
Miss Cam el i a Wallis has gone to
St Louis to spend the summer with
f her sister Mrs W D Marlowe
Mrs A W Meacham of Gracey
jgjk visited her daughter Mrs T E
Bartley Sunday
Misses Lizzie and Rebecca
son of Madisonville are visiting
Miss Eva Johnson on High street
Mrs A J Meador and little son
will go to Madisonville to morrow
to spend several weeks with rela
tives in that place
Judge W P Winfree and wife
J P Tate T J Tate Herbert
Fruit Gabe Payne and Clyde Hill
went to Chickamauga Satu rday
Miss Nora Bryant a pretty and
accomplished young lady of Ceru
lean returned home Sunday after
a visit of several days to relatives
here
Bob Farleigh Vincent Crabb
Clark Tandy Laurie Gant and
Ewell Bowles went to Evansville
Indiana this morning to celebrate
Dewey Day
Ben Newman who has been with
Latham for several years started
Sunday night for White Sulphur
Springs Va where he will run a
Foot cycle Academy for the season
Mr Harry G Tandy and bride
of Paducah arrived in the city
Saturday and are visiting the fami
ly of Mr D A Tandy They will
return to Paducah Tuesday even
ing and take rooms at the Palmer
House
Mrs Mary P Ware Mis Daisy
Rice Prof A C Kuykendall and
Supt L McCartney will attend the
National Educational Association
in Washington this week Mrs E
W McKenzie and Miss Mattie
Walker who are already in Vir
ginia wljl also attend
Stricken With Paralysis
The report reached here yester
day that Mr D G Wiley had been
picket with paralysis at Dawson
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A CLOSE CALL
most Mmci Alive
MRS GANT DEAD
AFamily of CoJtrcd Children Al-
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Rescued frem the Building at the
Last Moment The House
Destroyed
A cabin on a lot belonging to Mr
CortLeavell was burned Sunday
morning at about 130 It was oc
cupied by Geo Hawkins col
Hawkins and his wife went away
locking in their children They re
turned just in time to see the flames
breaking out of the root
They saved the children with
considerable difficulty one being
rescued just before the house fell in
The property loss is small and
was covered by insurance
Wife of the President of the Bank
of Hopkinsville
Mrs Minerva Gant wife of Mr
H C Gant President of the Bank
of Hopkinsville died at her home
on Main street Saturday night
after a brief but painful illness of
cholera morbus aged 63 years
Mrs Gant was a Miss Thompson
and was born near Liberty Mo
She was married to Mr Gant in
1858 and since then her home had
been in this city where her noble
christian life is familiar to every
one Three children were born of
this marriage of whom only one
Archie Gant survives
Her many estimable traits of
character as neighbor christian
wife and mother were familiar to
all She was a life long member of
the Presbyterian church The fu
neral services were held at the res
idence at 10 oclock this morning
Rev L Nourse officiating The
remains were then laid to rest in
Hopewell cemetery
Mrs Roe of Kansas City Mo
Mrs Gants sole surviving relative
arrived here this morning and will
remain some time
RELIGIOUS DFBATE
Between Eld T D Moore
Rev J S Chandler
and
Elder T D Moore of the Chris
tian church and Rev J S Chand
ler of the Methodist church will
engage in a religious discussion at
Sharon Grove Todd county this
week The debate will begin Tues
day morning at ten oclock and
continue three days
The following propositions will
be discussed
1 Water baptism is for the re
mission ofsins
2 Sprinkling or pouring of wa
ter upon a proper subject by a
proper administrator is Christian
baptism
The
A Great Success
opening ball at Cerulean
Friday night was a very
brilliant
affair in every respect and was
greatly enjoyed by the large crowd
of young people present About
150 persons were registered at the
hotel Following is a partial list
of those present from this city
Mrs E B Long and MissesIIar
riet Long Ritchie Burnett Frances
Jennie and Grace Barr Lula Rus
sell and the Misses Greer and
Messrs Geo H Smith L C Rags
dale Harry Bryan Jim Hooser
and John Winfree
CHRISTIAN COUNTY COLTS
Several of Them Sold In New York
at Good Prices
Dr M W Williams John H
White and Clay Pyle left June 23
with seven of Dr Williams year
ling colts to be sold
Mr White returned Sunday bring
ing the news that the colts had all
been sold at prices averaging 500
The highest price paid was 1100
Mr W P Norton who sold a
number of colts got 1600 for his
best one
The sale was made at Sheepg
head Bay N Y
barrpwmWW 4ay theSo made for
Remmbr the rialne
Place to t your fine Merchant
Tailoring i by Ifowrijfht JjtU
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SUNDAY ADRRlCm Kf
terriWe Sttrm Devaifo the
Souther Put i
Trees Uprated Fences ami Build
ings Destroyed ami Craps
Greatly Dmi
A terrible wind storm swept over
a large portion of the Southwestern
partof the county Sunday after
noon doing great damage to crops
orchards and fences -
It came on about 4 o clock and
was accompanied by a deluge of
rain and a terrific hail storm
The country from Soaring
Springs to Beverly suffered most
All along the track of the storm
fences were blown down trees up
rooted in many instances blocking
the roads and crops deluged with
water and in many cases almost
ruined -
Ed W Stegars fine apple or
chard near ueveriy was almost a
complete wreck
H H Tilleys buggy was in the
church yard at Herndon aad was
blown 20 feet into a deep gully and
utterly wrecked
Jno D Joness barn near Bever
ly was blown down crushing two
binders and killing a fine cow His
crops were also very badly dam
aged v
Wheat ras scattered in many
fields and some of the- bundles
flooded away
Miles and miles of rail fences
were blown down and crops left ex
posed Growing corn was leveled
with the ground and tobacco in low
lands was covered with mud and
beaten into the ground
The damage will amount io thou
ands of dollars
On Saturday eveninga similar
storm but not sosevereocciirredin
the eastern part of the county -near
Fair view r
HERE AND THERE
The post office and all thebanks
will be closed next Monday
Work has begun on the scaffold
upon which Tom Hay den isitq be
hanged at Hartford next Monday
Rev S N Vail wishes to sellhi8
fine family mare with buggy Twill
dispose of her at a bargain Per
fectly szfe for a lady to drive
Dr Caradine of St Louis will
begin a Holiness camp meeting
near Mt Herman church in ToUd
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county on July 22 It will last ten
Have you seen those handsome
souvenir plates at Moayans They
contain handsome pictures of tEe
battleship Iudiana the cruisers
Nashville and New York the
dynamitc cruiser Vesuvius and the
ill fated battleship Maine in the
center They have them on exhi
tion and will give them away as
premiums
i
Yesterday afternoon physicians
performed a successful operation
upon Lee Owen who is sick at the
residence of J W McGehee suffer-
ing with appendicitis Mr Owen
was placed under the influence of
anesthetics and stood the operation
as well as was expected He suf
fered much last night but was -reported
resting some better to day
His friends hope for his early recov
ery Clarksville Times
The Endeavor Convention a
The Christian Endeavor Conven
tion the largest religious bodyjin
the world will meet in Nashville
Wednesday and quite a large dele
gation will be iq attendance from
this city It is the first time this
great convention has held a meet
ing in the South and next yearns
meeting is to be held in London
Many men of national and inter
national prominence are on the pro
gram during the convention day
which are from the 6th to the 11th
inclusive
Last Weeks Weather
From official records kept by Mh
J M Howe
WOHKST IOWK8T R4INVALL
Xrlonday 90 V0 10
Tuesday M 71 Q9fC
Wednesday 91 y64 00
Thursday 4 92 tC6Q0 5
Friday 67 00
Saturday 97 70 W
Sunday - M 7302
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The Public School Board of Trus
tees WW their regular monthly
meeting Saturday night
Supt McCartney submitted his
aaattal report showing the general
conditio of the schools for the past
year aad making- recommendations
for the coming year The enroll
ment -was 805 aa increase of 51
over the highest figures of previous
years The average attendance
shows an increase of 13 per cent
over lastycar Although the schools
were largely increased they were
handled with the same corns of
teachers and without additional
expense
The Superintendent also an
nounced the assignment of teach
ers which was confirmed by the
Board
- Assignment of Teachers
HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT
Vice Principal Miss Lelia Mills
will teach English Science and
History k
Miss Julia Arnold Room 8 Math
ematics Latin and History
Miss Hattie Dietrich Room 7
Mathematics and Science
Miss Albertine Wallis Room 6
English and History
Mrs Berta Gant German
Clay School
Room 5 Grade 8 Miss Lula
Graves
Room 12 Grade 7 Miss Adelia
Clifton
Room 11 Grade 7 Miss Susie
Rutherford
Room 10 Grade 6 Miss Daisy
Rice
Room 9 Grade 5 Miss Edna
Smythe
RoomX Grade 5 Mrs Mary
Ware
Room 4 Grade 4 Miss Mabel
Dryer -
Ropm 3 Grade 3 Miss Mary
Walker
Room 2 Grade 2 Miss Ruth Penn
Rooml Grade 1 MrsTS W Mc-
Kenzie f
Virginia School
Room 4 Grade 4 Miss Dora
Leichhardt
Room 3 Grade 3 Miss Lida -B
Donaldson
Room 2 Grade 2 -Mrs-Rosa
Bramham
Room 1 Grade 1 Miss Lottie
McDaniel
County Court flatters
J A Robinson was appointed
administrator of Stephen Dulin
deceased He qualified and gave
bond with R A Long as security
Esq Thomas M Barker was ap
pointed Deputy County Clerk
S H Campbell was appointed
Deputy Constable in North Hop
kinsville District
riaster Commissioners Sales
Master Commissioner Rives
made the following sales to day
R L Long one sixth interest in
32 acres of land near Herndon to
Henry Poindexter 35
1 Mrs S A E Jones 140 acres
iiear Elmo to John Jones 1700
Henry Long and wife 43 acres
near Fruit Hill another tract of
CO acres 30565
Henry Owen 36M acres near
Bainbridge to J E CHborn 10
Sallie F Reeves 100 acres G
miles east of Hopkinsville to W P
Quarles 225
Alfred Covington and wife tract
of land near Gracey to Globe B
and L Association 400
Emma Gee 10 acres riearBen
nettstown to W P Winfree 90
S D Wilkerson 53 acres near
AntiochjMrs Emma C Gaither
600 Wm
The lastnamed tract of land was
sold by UrTplm B Russell Spe
cial Corararstkrier
Elopd to Clarkivllle
Mr Albert Frftt and Mks Jettis
Leyton daughter of JCsq M V B
uvywu ciopca irom jjamew to
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Principal Owner of
the Hetd
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Master Commissioner FrMfc
Rives yesterday raoraing sold i
front of the court house door tile
magnificent Hotch Latham which
has been closed since last Decem
ber
It was sold last winter bringing
10000 being bought in by the
Bank of Hopkinsville and others
This time the right of rederaptioa
was bought by Jno C Latham for
5500 making the total price
15500
Mr Latham was the principal
owner of the hotel which cost
originally with its furnishings 105
000 It is by long odds the finest
hotel in the State and was the pride
of the city until it was closed
It was carrying a heavy interest
debt and failed to makeexpenscs on
that account
At the time it closed it was doing
nicely under Mr W A Wilgus
management and paying its expen
ses but for its back debts
What Mr Lathanfs intentions
are in regard to the hotel- are not
known He will probably arrange
to re open it at once
NOW OPEN
Is the Chalybeate Springs Hotel
at ebree
I wish to inform the people of Hop
kinsville and all others who wish
to visit at Sebree Springs that my
house is now open after undergo
ing repairs to visitors andfurther
more that I have special arrange
ments with train No -52 going
north to stop regularly at the
springs to accommodate visitors
My rates range from 5 to 7 per
week Children under ten half
price Address
G L Duij
Sebree Springs Ky
Hobson and his men are in San
tiago and storming the city may be
fatal to them
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Paducah July 4 Sbecial A
disastrous collision occurred on the
iHinoisiCentrai railroad at the Gar
risoa creek bridge seven miles east
6i this city yesterday at 320
Vclock A regular freight train
gng west loaded with coal met a
train carrying empty coal cars go
ing cast on the long trestle over the
creek Both were going at full
jSped Engineer Jake Thompson
who was on the train going east
was killed He was thrown off the
trestle and crushed to death be
nelh a caf of coal Only one hand
coiiid be seen when a search for
him was made James Scott of
Madisonville Ky who was stenl
ing a ride was fatally injured his
lungs being ruptured and other
wise seriously injured Henry
Reeves fireman was painfully in
jured John Bryant brakeman
was hurt Conductor Harry Wil
stach Engineer A J Farlej and
R L Moore fireman were also
painfully injured All except En
gineer Thompson who was killed
outright were injured by jumping
from the train
Garrison creek bridge is between
two steep grades and both trains
were running at the rate of forty
miles per hour The train going
west was obeying orders and was
on time The other train should
have stopped at Clarks Station
one quarter of a mile west of where
the accident occurred
Both engines are a total wreck
Twenty nine empty cars and five
loaded cars were plunged off the
trestle in a mass andT are a total
wreck This makes about half a
dozen terrible wrecks at the Garri
son creek bridge and the place is
regarded with superstition by rail
road men The loss will be about
30000
It is Telieved that Engineer
Thompson thought he was meeting
the passenger train and remained
on his engine with the hope of sav
ing many lives
We are going to quit
profit Making
30 DAYS
it
and exactly one month earner than usual we inaugurate
our Grand Clearafiypale of seasonable goods This
sale will commence
wed MAY 18
and will close Saturday June 18 thus giving you an op-
portunity to buy your spring goods at greatly reduced
prices Each day during this sale will bring forth many
GREAT BARGAINS
and those who do not come during this Laic wall miss
an opportunity of a lifetime In addition to the ex
treme low prices we offer we have an elegant line of
FURNITURE
consisting of Book Cases Table Scrochs Rocking
Chairs Writing Desks Hat Racks and Medicine Cabi
nets These articles are elegant and will jtfiorn any
home and are free -
Remember Our Motto
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More for your money than ny other house
Qr your money buck Yours truly

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