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Hopkinsville Kentuckian. [volume] (Hopkinsville, Ky.) 1889-1918, May 28, 1908, Image 8

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Large Crowds Witness the J
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The commencement exercises at
Bethel College Monday and Tuesday
evenings were attended by crowds
that overflowed the building The
pupils recital Monday night find the
graduating exercises proper Tuesday
night
The young ladies all displayed tal
ent and careful training and the se
lections of vocal and instrumental
music were all well rendered The
t readings were excellent and all of
the drills and physical culture exer
cises reflected much credit upon the
young ladies
The commencement program was
as follows
AndanteScherzettino Chaminade
i Miss Addie Green
Second piano Miss Jones
Reading of Distinctions of Prepara
tory and Junior Classes
Piano SoloValse Brilliante
Wollenhaupt
Miss Martha Radford
Delivery of Certificates of Proficien
cy in Intermediate Classes
Vocal SoloApril MornrBatte n
Miss Ethel Stowe
PianoPresto Agitato from Son
ata in C Minor Beethoven
Miss Addie Green j
Delivery of Diplomas and Degrees
Address by President
Polonaise Chopin
Two pianos eight hands
Nina Rickman Annie Hamner
7 Get the Habit vf Trad
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We keep constantly on hand all kinds of Fresh Vegetables Fruits a andcan + fill your orders for anything in the Staple and
Fancy Grocery line We have 2 Big Stores same umform price at each place > > I t t c
Thanking one and all for past favors v Yours for business 0 > 1 v 1
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Eunice MayesAMafyf Bassett r
The full graduates were Misses
Helen Baker Mildred Sail > and Ber
nice Rickman and Misses Addis
Green graduate in piano Etneli
Stowe certificate in voice j f
The Alumnae Society held its an
nual meeting at the college Tuesday
afternoon
afternoonThe ladies and the4 visiting 1
relatives of many of them all depart
ed for their homes yesterday The
session just closed has been a pleas <
ant and successful one to alL cpn
cerried 1 I
Miss Alexander one of the best
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teachers this year will hot return i
and there are rumors that she YillI
have a good reason for not teaching
next year Miss Bernice Rickman I
of the graduating class this yearI
will become a member of the faculty f
She is one of the most intellectual
young women ever educated in the
college She came from the city j
High School as a first honor gradu n
ate and has taken the degree of M j
A in two years She will possess allt
the qualificatiods of an excellent i
teacherAccompanying
Accompanying this article will be
found two groups of Bethel girlst
representing the sororities of the
institution They were taken for
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the Kalozetic Chimes the college 1
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JPELLIS
If Buy it of Skarry Its Goodwill
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Who sees the consequences
Do you realize the serious
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eye strain Priceless beyond
all possessions is the eye
sight deserving of your
highest consideration Deft
rltrifll with your eyes It
will cost you nothing to see
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The 9th Street
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
1Repairing a Specialty
Always Your Moneys Worth
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Will Represent Kentucky
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Will Name Those to Attend j
National Convention
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There will be 1086 in the Demo
erotic State Convention yhichmeets
in Lexington June 11 to select dele
gates to the National Democratic
Convention at Denver Col and J
nominate electors for the coming
presidential election The repre
sentation in the State Convention
will be one delegate for each 200
votes and fraction over 100 votes cast
for Alton B Parker the Democratic I
nominee for President in 1904 This
has been the custom of representa
tion inDemocra tic State Conventions
in Kentucky for many years
The Second District on the basis
of the Parker vote will be entitled
to 105 votes in the convention or
nearly a ninth of the total number
of accredited delegates Six coun
ties will only have one delegate vote
each Edmonson HarlanJackson
Leslie Martin and Owsley
DELEGATE VOTE BY COUNTIES
The delegate vote of each county J
follows
Adair rr 7 Laure 7
Allen r 7 Larue rr 5
Anderson 7 Lawrence rr 9
Ballard 8 Lee 9i
Barren i 15 Leslie 1
Bath 8 Letcherrrr 2
Bell ell 3 Lewis 6
Boone 10 Lincoln 9
Bourbonl 13 Livingston 6
Boyd 9 Loganrr 13
Boyle 8 Lyonrr 5
Bracken 8 Madison r14I
Breathitt 8 Magoffin 5
Breckinridge 10 Marionr 9
Bullitt 6 Marshall8
Butler 5 Martin r 1
Caldwell 6 Masonry 14
Callowayr 12 McCracken 14
Campbell 23 McLean 7
Carlisle 7 Meade r 6
Carroll 8 Menefee 4
Carter i1i7 Mercer 9I
Casey r 6 Metcalfe 51
Christianr 18 Monroe 41
Clark 12 Montgomery 7
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Chamber Keeping Qualities and Odorless Properties Through its patented
system of circulation it breathes out the odors and dampness
Test for Yourself We Will Send
the Odorless to Your Home
On ten days approval Your money back if not as represented Bring your
visitors to inspect our new store and stock More than welcome at all times
Railroad fares refunded
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Clinton 2 Muhlenburg 10
Crittenden 6 Nelson 7
Cumberland 3 Nicholas 9
Daviess24 Qhiot 13
Edmonson 1 Oldbatn < i 4
Elliott 6 0YoniVw 15
Estill 4 Ojysley 1
Fayette 26 pend ton 7I
Fleming 9 Perry 2 b
Floyd rrr 8 Pike is 10 11
Franklin 15 Powell 4 v
Fulton 8 Pulaski 9E
Gallatin 5 Robertonr 4y
3Garrard
Grant 8 Rj wan AS 3
Graves 25 Russell 3
Grayson 8 Scott < 12
Green 5 Shelby 131
131Greenup
Hancock 4 Spencer 5 i
Hardin 14 Taylor J 6 J
Harlan 1 Todd 8
Henderson 17 Trigg 6
Hart r 8 Trimble > 6I
Harrison 13 Union UJ 13 J
Henry 11 Warrenr 17
Hickman 8 Washington 17i
Hopkins rr 16 Wayne 6
Jackson 1 Webster i 11
Jeffels ntu114 Whitley 3
Jessamine 7 Wolfe 6
Johnson r 4 Woodf of d 8
Kenton 29
Knott 5 Total 1086
Knox 4
The county conventions will be
held on June 6
To Invite Press Gang
Princeton Ky May 25The
business men and citizens of Prince
ton are going to exe dan invitation
to the Kentucky Press Association
members to visit Princeton for an
afternoon reception during their so
joun at Cerulean Springs June 15
MCCLURES
MCCLURESMAGAZINE
MAGAZINE
6TUNE 1908 FIFTEEN CENTS
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Herndon Ky May 27 It has
Been some time since we have Keen 1
haveseenany
village and as we are still here and
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as important as ever will try to give
you a few interesting facts
The number df old maids hasnt I
decreased any yetandjudging from
present indications there is no possi
bility of such a thing soon Our
girls are not timid at all but Oh
my those boys
The farmers of this neighborhood
airs about through planting tobacco i
although there was a great scarcity
of plants
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iMr J Mt White of New York
Misses Flora Mai Vaughn of Elmo
and Clarice Quarles of Paducah are
visiting the Misses Major
Mesdames Lizzie Jameson and
Maud Pace of Greenville returned
home yesterday after a several days
Visit to friends here
Messrs Guy Wolfe of Graceyand
Cleveland thri of Hopkinsville
were in our town Sunday o p
Mr A W Crenshaw and ffmily
spent Saturday and Sunday at Roar
SpringMisses
Misses Martha and Mary Major
and Katherine Mitchell will spend
next week with friends near Clarks
ville
Mr S W Johnston and wife and
Mr G W Buchanan and family
spent several days of last week camp
big on Little River They report an
enjoyable time
Miss Minna Tate Fleming is af
home after spending the winter i n
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Hopkinsville
The young people of Jordan
Sprin 5 Tenn gave an all day pi i
nk pear Ashbury Church the 16thi
which several couples from this place
attended Strollingdriy ng eating
graptypph pne jnuaic arid fishing
were some of the ways in which the
pleasanfrand1 seemingly short sum
Inier day was whiled away Those
jiresfeiitwerW MessrsHarry Ybimg
YOHngfCe
fCe Spwejl Wallace Farnsworth
John Patilla Howard Giles Ed Ro
e rta Ed Dariier Earl Mitchell wing
teyenioh James Winn and George
Adcock A isses Martha and Mary
Major Katie Mitchell Florence Pa
tillaMaud and Myrtle Dawson Al
He and Gladys Gilbert and Jewel
JewelSheehy
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church here Sunday morning and
evening by Rev Archey r
Mesdames J and W C Dawson
were in Hopkinsville yesterday
BREATHITT COURT > < 1 j
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Many Murder Cases On the
Docket of Term v i
Jackson KYM May 26The regu
lar May term of the Breathitt Cir
cuit Court began here yesterday
but beyond the empaneling of the
grand jury no court business was I
transacted The afternoon was
consumed by speeches of the various
candidates for Circuit Judge and
Commonwealth Attorney None
pf the several murder cases will bet
taken up untjUhe latter part of the
week Them st important of these
is J that against Beech argis
charged with the murder of hiE
fAther Judge James Hargis
Young Hargis has been in jail four
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monthsFor
For bargains in real estate call ba
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and be to keepio ir1tl tie season
Buy your Paints Wall Pjtper anti
Window Shaiesfr > afio a
We sell the J F Kartee Paint
which is njR < ltijnf Wtr vrVade only
and that the bt Tp id no sec
ond grade Tniti poi + t has all the
good qualities that n vo < d paint can
have durability bpaY vfn appear
ancecoverinft capacity awl economi
cal to consumer
We also carry a leng u crock of
Lead Oils and Colors and also
Brushes Our steckof Wall Papes
is much larger than ever befor
and everything entiymw having
closed out our old pfock Inst Feason
A large selection of Handsome and
Beautiful designs
We are selling these gools at pop
popular
ular prices Come and make your
selection no It
shadesd in
colors and to fir all windows and jII
mounted on the Har ts Horn roller
which is recognized tl be the best
made which is a yry important
feature in shades dve us a call
before making your spring purchase
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