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MfnMmt n T ffilHr Tfce JSTO Hf JWy HOPKINSVILLE KY toy F 3Entuthiait PEIOE 2 CENTS VOL 1 i 43 THUESDAY AFTEKMOT JUNE 16 1898 w- GRAVE DANGER MINISTERS Of Attack from the SpanishHPreparing to Move Upon The City Four Hundred Strong THE BAPTIST GENERAL ASSOCIATION READY TO BEGIN MINISTERS AND MEM- BERS MEETING eral Association of Kentucky Bap Prof A F Williams late of tists convened this mornintr at 10 Bethel College Russellville now oclock in the Baptist church President of Clinton College ClinÂ¬ m Li Engage American Marines With a m Superior Force Delay in Starting Shafters Army of Invasion from Tampa V The Ministers Meeting of the Gen- Â¬ The following were enrolled In the absence of the moderator ton Ky Dr J M Weaver of Louisville J O Rust the brilliant young Ky who was unavoidably detain- Â¬ pastor from Nashville Tenn ed Rev J N Prestridge secreta- Â¬ Rev S F Thompson represent- Â¬ a ry called the meeting to order ing the Western Recorder of 3 Prof Edmund Harrison Presi- Â¬ Louisville Ky dent of Bethel Female College was Maj J O Ferrell of our own elected moderator pro tem Prof Harrison read a Psalm and called on Rev E N Dicken of Franklin to make the opening prayer The following Committee on En- Â¬ rollment was then appointed I M y An attack by Spanish sol- Â¬ cipe is doomed Blancos conscripts tojthe number of 5000 have deserted Wise A C Doris J A Bennett Off Gauntanamo June 15 Special After hymn Draw Me Nearer diers in force is greatly feared Troops have been crossing- three miles to the Cubans The Spanish garrisonaUSTeutvidas has abandoned the Dr W S Ryland up the bay all day in great numbers Cuban scouts report the Spanish city after burning nearly all of the buildings He says one ship can Blessed Lord for so long the able and consecrat- soldiers being shipped by train from Santiago toward this point The force the surrender of Puerto Principfefand that 10000 Cubans in Ha Â¬ ed President of Bethel College Rus the right moment Spanish believe that American landing will be made there The 900 vana are ready to turn on the Spaniard sellville Ky led in prayer The Committee on Enrollment an marines now in camp here are in a very critical position and would have nounced as having been elected The Latest Gossip much difficulty in holding out against a large army The naval oflicers the Capital moderator of the Ministers meeting time but fully expected Gen ShafterVexpedition to be in Cuba by this Washington June 16 Special Secretary Alger denies that the Rev R W Morehead of Princeton the delay at Tampa may cost many valuable lives government is considering the advisability of a fourth call for volunteers and as secretary Rev J P Trot ter of Maysville There is more gossip pf the plan to earn the war into Spain and These brethren at once took La Destroyed Spanish Fortifications send a fleet to bombard Cadiz and Ferrol The project has not ad Â¬ charge of the meeting and the busi Â¬ ness was proceeded with Special Camp McCalla June 16 La Caimanera across Guan- - vanced beyond discussion In the absence of Rev J H Kirt- 1K W II WHITSITT The old brick part tanamo bay from here was bombarded yesterday ley and Rev W L Way Is who President Southern IJiptlst Seminary Louisville was knocked over by shots from the Texas Marblehertd and Suwanee Sighted no Enemy in the Gulf were appointed last year to discuss city and principal of the Hopkins After A Converted Church Membership The Spaniards fired a half dozen shots and lied to the bushes Key West June 16 The battleship Indiana and the it was moved that Rev J G Bow ville High School Special the forts fejl the Americans dropped shells into the thickets for more than Brief remarks were made by Revs an hour The object of the bombardment was to keep reinforcements warships Detroit Wampatuck and Eagle the latter being the gallant be requested to address the meeting J O Rust S P Thompson and G on the above subject Brother Bow away from the camp here and possibly draw some Spaniards here by a little vessel commanded by Lieut Southcrland returned this morning L Morrill from a reconnoitering expedition and report no Spanish vessels in these new point of attack The moderator proceeding with waters the regular programme for the ministers meeting called the next Got Em Skeered in Cadith subject although set for tomorrow Miles Wants Place for His Son Those appointed on this were Cadiz June 16 Special Great fears are felt here that the Amer- absent for the time can fleet will come to Spain Further reinforcements will besentUo the Boston June 16 Gui Nelson A Mils Commander of Special Rev J N Prestridge editor of v prison island of Ceuta the Army has requested the Governut of Massachusetts to give his son Balearic Islands the Canaries aud the the Baptist Argus Louisville then It is reported here from Spanish sources that Admiral Dewey is a commission in one of the State volunteer regiments presented for Rev Amos Stout an Exegesis of John 35 the next short of ammunition subject To the regret of all Our Poor Opinion of Spain members of the body Ur E C Has Heard Bad News Bargan of the Southern Baptist The hospital ship Solace has Washington June 16 Special Theological Seminary and Chair Â¬ Special The news that Manila Mias fallen is Madrid rjnne 16 been ordered to keep away from Spanish ships the authorities believing man of the Students Fund of that riowexpected at any moment Premier Sagasta is greatly agitated over institution was not able to attend the Spanish vessels would fire on the Solace if given a chance The contents are un a dispatch received yesterday from August Dr Dargan was to take part in the known but it is feared there has been a general uprising of the natives discussion of John 35 The Cuidad Skedaddles in the Philippines Rev II Clay Roberts of May field REV CHARLES HARRIS NASH led in the general discussion of this The Cuidad dc Cadiz one of the Pastor Hopkinsvllla Ilnntlst Churcli Gibraltar June subject and was followed by Rev A German Vessel Was Pursued Spanish cruisers here sailed this murnmg under sealed orders declined without preparation totake A C Doris of Lafayette Rev JN the place of brethren who had pre Â¬ Prestridge of Louisille RevT M Key West June 16 A torpedo boat chased a German Special Wise of Princeton pared addresses J steamer lor an hour last night and brought her up with a shot across Rhody Taps a Barrel The hours of meeting to morrow The second subject on the proher bows The German skipper in command fainted when told that Qhe will be 9 a m 2 p in and 8 pm gramme Is it Proper to Use the The Rhode Island legisla Special Newport R I June 16 was being pursued by a torpedo boat Mourners Bench in Protracted The following committees were ture has appropriated 150000 for war purposes Meetings was also passed on ac Â¬ announced by the moderator count of the absence of those ap- Â¬ On Resolutions Revs R W Mahan J G BowJ The Cable is Cut to discuss it The Senate Refers the Hawaiian Resolutions pointed G L Morrill appointed to T Cody Rev On programme Madrid June 16 Special Correo Minister of War announces The senate has referred New discuss the third subject on the pro Special Washington June 16 Rev G L Morrill J M Fowler that communication vithSantiago has been broken and no news has gramme Church Music Dr F foreign committee II Kerfoot also on this subject be been received from Guantanamo Macias Captain General of Porto lands llawiian resolutions to the Secretary Alger expects the Santiago expedition to reach its ing absent stated that he had not Rico telegraphed yesterday that matters were quiet at San Juan -- v mJ iiT been notified and the Moderator Saturday or Sunday destination passed to the fourth subject on the Colps Exegesis British Subjects to Quit Havana his escape and was arrested by a programme STRETCHED HEMP WV posse yesterday with the father at sians i Kingston Jamaica June 16 Rev Charles Harris Nash pas Â¬ Special steamer Tnl its head and taken to jail The British i tor of the Baptist church came for Â¬ Mr sailed this morning It is rumored thafblic is going direct to- HaV dlnsgow Conies ForwnrUWitli n THE DAM BROKE ward and read a clear careful and vana to bring off British subjects Lynching Js V concise exegesis of Colossians 2 16 And Four Lives Were Lost in the and 17 Glasgow KyJunel6--Speci- al Maine in Granite Flood Rev Fred D Hale of Owensboro Caleb Gaines the ncgroVboy who who has not yet recovered from a Key West June 16 SpecialJp Cjtiaens have started here a popu assaulted little Ethel AJleni aged Kansas City June 16 Special severe illness was unable to attend subscription to erect a monument to the 366 sailors was 4 years Tuesday afternoon jir who lost their Mrs Elsie Greenlee Robt Caken and sent an explanation and re Â¬ 1k J T CHRISTIAN live in the blowing up 01 Ixiuisvilli Leail r of tho Antl WhHulUitrt hanged to a tree at midnight last ote Willie Cakenote and Mollic grets V of the Maine r- After announcements by Rev C night The boy went to Jthe home Cakenote lost their lives by the J T Christian W II Felix WS II Nash on motion of Rev J Ni of Elijah Allen the childs father breaking of a dam at Chelfcea Park Desertion of t Prestridge names of visiting breth Ryland Soldiers HQn motion of Rev E N Iicken calling the little totinto a stable lafetnight and The brethren ren were enrolled J68pecUU TUe Cuban Junto ju received attempted his fiendish crime lie There arc rare soldiers among were reqognijsed and invited to seats Franklin body adjourned with pcwi from thecretiiry of th Cuban Civil Garment tlL Puirto Pfoi- - was caught In to act but made Columbians raw recruits CONTWUBJ ON MI PAGK in the body Â¬ May Cost Many LivesHPorce Inadeqate to Hold Permanent Position - k I at a i JJaggy 16-rSp- ecial- Â¬ Â¬ at Last r - foAmeniber the SI i Xpyihi6 5P Spanish 1 11 U v P5 rju lUH J - - -- - pu T I I 111 ftbe SVatlv ftentticftiatt ggtMfa Wmmti m Pm fls vv jf 4 Pi o W A WMtloE H MadtloxipftotiB boro J M Sallao Fred Whitlenbro LUjeg8Baa Ml M kor Hendow ou J M Frosty Nash the city at IubJlBhccl ovcry cvchlnu except Sunday by Dcliyureil by carriers to nil jafts t villd EL C Roberts Muyfcvillo W 10 CENTB 3PER WEEK K PenrocL Paducuh U J Ayliliug OKAS K MJIACKAM 313 S Main Hktf ham Rich tnoucL Vu E HBrOok SUBSCRIPTION BATES shire Borvling Green lrnnt 8C Pek WEEK Pen MViMTtt tv AnvANOE Nelson Co R W MorohealLPriiico 400 Per Yeah in Advanoe Pkr 8 Months in Advance ton T E Ritchoy Princeton J Henry Burnett STRANGERS IN OUR dATES E P Foam T C MahaujAw H WHERE THEY STOP tempo- Â¬ Cook Hickman Hopkinsville is now the Jno Poland W M Rudolph rary abiding- place of several hun- Â¬ Pottavillo g dred visitors from all over Kentucky p Dr E N Fruit E Suid Mrs people have opened their hearts List of Visitors as Far as Made Our s a y Alderman Russellvillo and homes to these strangers and Up in Advance genuine Ken- Â¬ B J Davis Clay Goo E Gary are endeavoring- with Village H H Hibbs VVillihmsburg tucky hospitality to make them feel Mra Nat Gaithor J T Casebier at home They are a body of de- Â¬ vout Christian men and women Houses to Which the Baptist liov Cleatou Rockport Is invited to inspect my large stock of Spring Lry Goods Notions jjjSlbfti Dr Gardner J A Bouuett and representing- one of the great relig- Â¬ Delegates to This City Are wifo Foirviow denominations of the United ious ing etc before making their purchasesEverything Assigned uj o-d ate Sin fall Mra Willie Goldthwaito The ablest men in tne States J M departments Weavor LouiBville E E Folk Baptist church in Kentucky and and Naahvillo Toun A C Davidson other Southern States are here H H Abernnthy J T Christian Georgetown M T Callard Dayton many of them will be heard from Ready-To-We- ar Mra Jas Greeu M N Sherrell the pulpits of the various churches C M Thompson Louisville J N during their sojourn Not only are Hall J H Wright Fulton J S Dr Arthur Peter Louisville Mrs S A Gooch Bart Withers we glad to have these distinguished Miller Stnithland They are uDandies made by the best tailors and from THE BEST CLOTH but the midst J II Anderson H C Rosamond Lamasco Dalleu Rudolph Ogdeti divines in our visitors Helenn Ark W R Nuunelly Sliol -- G W Rilov and Mra J D Hill humblest laymen among the are equally as welcome On be Â¬ byville D S Edwards UanBon P wife S E Hayues A T Ciuauoud SHU A half of the people of Hopkinsville E Gatlin Madisouvillej S H Wood Misa Mamio Robinson Morganfiold The Daily Kentuckian extends St Louis Mo J R Slaughter May W F Cunningham GrahamBvillo GIVE US A CALL AND WE WILL PLEASE YOU to the visiting field Mrs Harriet Hopper W C Gold the glad hand R M Anderson W B Wilsou en A T Ramsey NaHhvilleTeun brethren Evan Rogers Eminence J M Eng P P Huffman W J Boale Mur REMEMBER THE PLACE Next Door to Paunceforte has in land Horse Cave E W Coakloy ray J B Hutcherson Tanuor Sir Julian Day that when In bit formed Secretary Mrs W R Howell Amos Stout the United States captures Cuba J M Adams -- O C Reynolds Al Alexandria T M MeGee Maxous Spain will be forced by the powers lensville H C Risuer Louisville Mills Great Britain to end the war T C Haubery J U Sourliu looks on the situation in the light Mrs Carrie Arnold W H Pitt Christian county J H Spurliu Stur that when Spain has lost the island man Arlingtou L H Voyles Horse gis John S Hall C H Gregston there will be nothingleft for her on Cave Princeton Tlieimmense stock of clothing shoes and furnishing goods is fast disappearing which to continue the struggle Sir Mrs Geo Bradley A J Ashbiiru J T Haubery J T VVilliams at Sec- Â¬ Louisville W R Gibbs Shoridau the Mammoth Clothing Shoe Julian Paunceforte has assured store Yet we have some elegant goods to Harrodsburg Wm Greeu Kuttawa retary Day that the powers will not Mrs Buffalp J W Gill Cianey Hard wick Geo H Cox sacnfice- - Here are a few things 1 hat are attracting attention Bargains that are permit Spain to continue a hopeless S G Buckner A J Dorris La Owensboro F M Stone Fouutaiu leaving our house every day war to the detriment of their com- Â¬ fayette W H Vaughn Howell Run AN Couch Trenton L Fer merce Miss Johnnie Beard W C Jones rill Haweavillo Balbriffgau UnderBhirta Hold all over town at 40c OC Louisville W P Bouuett Utica C S Jarrett Rev W J Bolin Mt Admiral Sampson reports that he Our Priee A E Bentley B L Wilson Sterling Dr GW WheatleyNew has been reinforced by several and wife Cave City Monarch Colored Shirts worth 150 Our Price H AH t- Caatle hundred Cubans and thatour forces T J Blain C E Perry mau Mra Kirkpatrick T Mij Jackson Mous Heavy Cheviot Work Shirts sold atnOc at Guantanamo are in a very satis- Princeton W H McMurray Arling Our Price nuaseiiviiio J 4UC town of The factory condition iv A Mra Walter Kelly ton rdL J J Meus Paucy Colored Shirts soft and Negligee OKn m Ascerraderos has been occupied by P vith and without collars laundried worth BOc J Browuell D N Porter Rucker W B CruinptdnjyGeorgo the troops under Gen Radi The Maysville B Scrivens Elastic Drawers sold at 100 Our fiKn F Swiudlor Coving town men under Gen Garcia are Price Mra Cortez Leavell MfaVjW K ton with the American forces and Childrens Shoes and slippers sold at 100 7r Geo Bradley Elm St Shelby Penrod Paducah protecting them from the nocturnal JFnee W A LDHg B F Jenkins Hab Ford J D Hocker Furdsville Childrens Shoes and Slippers sold at 125 Our raids of the Spanish guerillas C H Bush D A Chenault A C it C Vanaradale Suotts StaPrice Geo C Long Prof T SMeCall to the front rhomns Louisville Childrens Shoes aim Slippers sold at 150 Our The war has brought J J Chappell W E Gwatkiu Mrs McCall Pewee Valley V Price the Nicaraguan Canal scheme and H Mrs G W Long B F Oagan Farmdale Hiram Overall Glendale Ladies 150 Kid Shoes lace aud button all toes QQn w its necessity has been emphasized and sizes Our Price Mrs Combs W C Underwood Hodgeville P R Taylor W6rt as ndver before If this canal had Lilly Brachett Co s J5 00 Mens Shoes Our dJO ington wfwi been in operation the Oregon would Fultouj T B Rouse Paducah CfJ A Middletou J O Cooper Jno ivirs Xjowry rraua jjowns oamJ a have reached Cuba in ten days or Our Leading Brands of 3 00 Shoes ull stylos O OC Soy more Bilbrew So Carrolton two weeks instead of taking nearly Shelbyville Dr R Y Our Priee Philadelphia Mra T W Lonff J N and Mra two months to round the Horn SUlS wwvWfWfflaggwaag8npn T 3ESS22SEEESi Ellis Cottrell Ira Dawson Ernest vreatriULo LiOuisvilIo The canal will be built some day j Cottrell Oweusboro Miss Mary MePheraon Wmj and the United States should build In our childrens CLOTHING- wo hav0 made j T F Collins Frank Brooks Hayse Mitchell Carlisle M R Gardner r5 it same extra BARGAINS Our 450 500 and 6 GO Blain Fulton Souora linos at 3 00 Our S3 RO nnrl J nn MnJ There is a good deal of complaint Mrs S J Dalton R T Bruuer tvt1 ChaB M Meacham J C RevilM from Chickamauga about the scarc Oweusboro J EGardner Wood you want the best and cheanust snir vn nv ooas in proportion n J Hoover Burliugtou A W Meach m at once as this sacrifice k ity of food and money but of water cannot hold on always T MDalton I W Bruuer Sul- am Gracey there is the greatest plenty There phur Sam Hall Cave Spring 0 P Jule Mercer Edgar W BarnotT affi are heavy rains fallinir every day Maddox Dauiess county Columqia yfrJM and tha camn is flooded jrroni Mrs Frauk Dabuey Miss Lucy a Mra S C Mercer -- W M New ponus or water standing every- - Davis Oweusboro B3W Tl T Ol iiiuii piuuiuy douos r uetnaoara m where X Mra H Dagg Dr A C Graves is MrsM E Mills David Clements v w jl O OOJLVJGJ KJKJ Dr E Benjamin Andrews of Lebanon Richard Conway Locust Petersburg W J Davis Masonvil C H Nush Mrs J M Saleo Bruuer Fordsville Biown University one of the oldest Johu G Mullius WingoN V Har RELIGIOUS ITEMS Hopkinsville Produce Harket rell Allen Whitworth H E Doha Houdersou MiRS Mary Holliugworth and most distinguished bimetallists Jno B Trict W H Felix C G Cash prices paid by Hopkinsvillo VV O Carver Louisville Z in the country has been tendered ven Everleigh T Cody Jonos Thos M Porter C M Roudo- Bennettstown Kv June 13 Mrs M E Driacoll T A Couway Georgetown J S Cheek Elmo G merchauts the superintendency of the Chicago buBh Covingtou J H nud Geo J Editor Ketuckian The largest Bacon city schools and will come to a de- Â¬ Lion J W Stringer Franklin a miyumu oiuumuun u Burnett R B Lowo Auburn congregation I have ever seen I R R Donaldson Eugene Mitch cision on the offer the last of the Frank Pepper E D Maddox S E Trice J H Pacro Horsa Bams coiintry 810c think at Little River on Saturday ell Bowliug Green Wm C Roche J K Maddox Rockport month Cave R H Spillman Riley Calvert Shoulders Louisville Mrs Louis Payne W D Nowlin Fountain Run O J Cole Arlington assembled there last Saturday Sides 570 t Our pastor baptized both Saturday The Republican primaries in Garlaud Cooper Lucian Potter Nicholasville A W McDaniel Rus C M Morris BurksviIleHB White and Sunday We had seven acces- Â¬ kard 67c Louisville have been held and Todd and wife Bowling Greeu sell villo f Holly sions bv baptism five by letter Country Produco made a very poor showing The Geo D Dalton J H Anderson T Petreo J C Sullivanvaud W T Tandy J E Nuuu Shol Sutter one by restoration orie lE17c Others Mr contest was so one sided that Evans Owonton H B Taylor Murray wife at MrH Buffalos byville S D Morgan S T Stovous Eggs 8o re nomination will be practically will join soon Sunday Lords sup Mrs Emma Davis C M Briugle DfalcoS Beaver Dam Mrs W M Porter L P New feathers unanimous at to days convention Mclntire J R Winn Goodnight per was administered in- the pres Â¬ T Tol 2835of oi ll ax ioitujuI o TT vuauuuruourevvsourg N B Wilkins S Sumner Roaring Beeswax 182lclT ence of a large audience Miss Lida Donaldson W H Rev W L Pay ton CV Edwards Springs M F Bagley Fishburg John Rhea deserved the unani- Â¬ Graves Robt Miller H W Harding Tallow 20 Great solemnity prevailed Our Central City Wm Ritzmau LouiV Frauk L Waller B W Garr pastor mous re nomination the Democrats Murray A M Horudon Trenton Ginseng per lb on The Supper 2225 preached ville Horse Cave of the Third district gave him Honey 10o which we think was gladly re- Â¬ Lucian DaviB S A Bland Nolin Mrs Quick J H Moore Russell Mrs E W Walker E N Dickon His district is now safely Demo- Â¬ J W Doreey Beech Grove Tub washed wool 26o ceived and made a lasting impres- Â¬ ville J W HolliijgsworthPriucoton V K Witt Franklin i X cratic and he will be easily re- Â¬ Dr B P Eager Jho H Eager Greased 1818o sion F P Ronshaw I M Wise ianc Mrs J F Wells R W Mubauelected We begin a series of meetings Sat Â¬ Poultry Louisville I P Trotter Bardstown sou Princeton Wj W H Williams L Y Browu Geo Y chickens live ppr lb urday before the Fourth Sunday in 8c J M Joiner Trenton Mrs F PI Reushaw J M Fowler Burlinghatne Clinton Gen Caoppinger Blaines J H Winfrey October Roosters 2o We Unanimously invited J H Eggletou J E Hixou W Bedford Thos II Harwood Ludlow Asa Porter Spring Hill will head the expedition to J H Al Elder C L Roberts of Princeton Bailey Ricbards J W Hedilmi bright Broadhoad Grain Pprto Rico He will be given an H Newman Louisville who assists Bro Perryman in J O Terrell J B Ferroll W R Mt Sterling L A Downer CiW Clover per bushel 13 F L Wilkinson J W Loving army of 20000 including all regu- Â¬ evangelistic work to be with us T McFarland Ottor J R Puryear wOril I I M M I M M 11 M I I I I UU0 Campbollsvillo J C Hopewoll Mad lars remaining in the South and the V A McOutchou Lloyd T Wilsou and conduct our song service We H C Richards J G Bow Pern isonvillo C P Whittinghill 7wo YU6iit pick of the volunteers t Provi are praying for grand Paducah W L Jones McCraokon broke J K Nuunelly Georgotown douce meetings BOo Coru shelled i u u KUBseu If Spain will not consent to end Co W H Smith W C Smith Cave Wa Kylaud and MrB S S White I N Strothor Our church is being built up on allÂ¬ Liye stock Wdrk Ortr meeting con the war after Cuba and Porto Rico City L B Andorsou VV H Wall wifo Russollville Rev Knight and Cadiz N H White Cobb Wm lines of Hogs 3350 C A McDonald W M Wilson Wifo Sholbyville ducted in the tent here by Bro have been captured preparations Wharton Cadiz Shoop 2GO350 i Perryman resulted in many con Â¬ Cattlo Mrs Frauk Rogers Wm SholtoiV are being made to press the war May field MrB Tom Williamson W L 2G0 fessions and reclamations and a E M Flack W H Whitsitt II Stanford into Spain itself RarnHoy Buffalo Calves 53J0 T Robertson Cartor Holm Jonos revival Many Mrs Susie Stitoa Thos Halli J A Youug B U Dement and general are deeply anxious ofto our Hides audFurs friends Louisville E V Baldy J Whit Pot uroomuoiut v be James M Hobson a twenty-year-ol- d wife Louisvillo G1 tor Bowliug Green John S Loug saved as a result of the meeting Green hides Mrs Suo Shanklin W E Powers brother ot Lieut Hobson the 1i0 Greon salted hides hero of the Merrimac has just been Louiavillo Johu D Corneal Gra Todds Pt We give God the glory for the Fusion tickets will be nomincited Dry flint vinV D R Smithson J W Vallandiug appointed a cadet to West Point hamsvillo in Kansan and Mjnnesota nil of grand work of grace done here M O Forbes J 0 and Mrs Colo bom Litchfield J J Willitt from Alabama Vegotablo- aT D McGek Elktgn tl rpforro forces unitiny o aanjrle fJ man Greenville J W Gjvona Prov M F Shryor Jno W 64 Conway ticket in each stiity Now notatoefl nar huihlli The War Department has refused idonce The amount so far asked for on MorgajfloldWP Hildroth If utW ju in mill I 4 The to appoint third lieutenants Rev E HarrisonT T Eiton W Mra J C Terry -- N Torry qiau call for 0OQp men in account of the wuVls iapprdxhnato nil f Another MgW LlUltl n i ncntiiofficer already threaten to out Â¬ If Harvey J W Warder F H gow J S Millikin Adalrvjlle cojvAldered very likely to be made lyjiavWXJOOtfand j 1t the wr I not 575 iii J Kerfoot M P Hunt J II rttieut uer ooutva number the privates Jalon Mrs K Terry rO S Phippe O 3 UeforS the eud pf ke wek nf 550 twp wemthp oj St4nUnl pet - LDiiiavilltnrfl link G Sjflbrrill Tremendous Sacrifice IN NEW GOODS WC JO METZS STORE The Great Hopkinsville Mecca For Economical Buvers - 9 - - THE PUBLIC SEE Our newand -t- Suits i IN ft we to toe Vest the Lates Styles Â¬ Hardwicks TmeTast Cos ROUND tJU RC - Â¬ rfrovv fa 1 Il1 -- - 50c 65c 75c r vJu f - - - Clothing It - Sm t- 1 aji 4 MAMMOTH j xaxx rrt s T-rr-- 4J5o Â¬ Jf T - - son-in-la- w -- - - i Oabbageperlmdfy2o i 1 fHfS u kr rfVi - 4Mi The Coming Press Meeting The annual meeting o the Ken Â¬ tucky Press Association will take place July 1st It promises to be a The busi Â¬ most enjoyableoccasioh ness meeting will be held at the Palace Hotel Cincinnati Friday JUly 1 after Whicla Visit will be made to the LAgodn and the vari- Â¬ ous attraction of the city The an Â¬ nual ouiirig will be to Mackinac Island Mich Commencing on Sat- Â¬ urday July 2 the itinerary will be as follows Meeting at Palacellotel 9a m 1220 Leave via C H and D for Detroit 8p m Arrive at Detroit 11 p m Leave Detroit for Mack- Â¬ inac Sunday July 3 on board steamer Monday 7 a m arrive at Mack- Â¬ inac Tuesday at Mackinac Island 830 a m leave Wednesday Mackinac Thursday 830 a m arrive at Detroit Thursday 930 a m leave De- Â¬ -- i ii r tmtmMmmmmJlttmm4mt War News 9 aaniiKrffiXifii m mmmmmsmmmmmmm9 To the Driving Public j iie assortment of vehicles which we now have on nana is the results of careful study of the wants of the people of this siction We have the elevated gear for country driving and the low hung carriage for city use MWM ifwrflwiiniiiii V W f to JK -- troit Thursday cinnati s G pm arrive at Cin- Â¬ t H HERE is no need for the people of Hopkinsville and and neighboring towns to sub- scribe for papers away from home to get the latest and most re- liable wor news I 1 A m V 1 m mi w - BASEBALL SPECIAL Results From Yesterdays Games Cincinnati 5 Louisville 1 Pittsburg 4 Cleveland 3 Baltimore 8 Washington 1 Chicago 4 St Louis 0 Brooklyn 6 New York 1 Boston 12 Philadelphia 6 HOW THEY STAND n mi i 1 1 lie mr- v imiiy v KentucKian s l v M - -- r J W --- -- - V w m ff Clubs Won 33 31 30 25 26 26 24 19 Lost 14 17 18 19 Cincinnati Boston Cleveland Baltimore Chicago New York t 22 Pittsburg j23 23 25 26 31 31 Telegraph Service t 9 l v We have the handsome cut under surreys for short turning the plain jump seat the single seated phaeton and the knock about cart We have some very stylish traps with adjustable seats and single buggies by the car load In these we have end side or coil sr rings bracket front or piano bed Comfortable common sense buggies with wide seats and II M T buggies for the courting youths of this vicinity with rubber tires if you want them that way 2 Y Brooklyn Washington St Louis Louisville It Philadelphia 18 18 16 3 y L xs jiuw equui iu wit uest umi uuvuia nVirnnrl 15 35 fT all matters of interest at home and SCHEDULE FOR TO DAY 1 nf Louisville at St Louis Philadelphia at New York Cincinnati at Chicago Baltimore at Brooklyn Washington at Boston v I fy Strange Accomplishment Among the customs of the aborigi ual Australians a party of English oxplorera discovered that nasal flute playiug was one Two young natives with fillets about thoir hair woto se lectod to furniBh music for a feast The English were surprised to see forest them hold thoir simple Qutea to their uobcs made With thoir mouths closed they inhaled through one nostril and exhaled though the other in such a way that it waB b tssible to pioduce n certain weird wild muBic Chicngi News Mrs Thomas Hagerman an old lady of Warren comity died Satur- Â¬ day afternoon When a mere child The Ken tuck ian is published everv evenmo excent Sunday and c rvery department of the paper is supplied with a I d Among the high grade buggies we sell are Oelkers9 Troys and Woodhlllls We handle a number of cheap buggies Ames Enger Parry and HaydockB I news service that cannot be Â¬ 00 tucky surpassed in all Western Ken k i f kf Buy Your buggies from us and WE will Be here to make our guarantee good is ill Daily delivered Jti the city 10 Cls Per A KentucKian M rORBES SK ws iieL t villo 10c 7o 7o 170 8c 35c Mrs Hagerman had two fingers cut from her left hand Nothing more came of it after they healed and barring the inconvenience in Â¬ cident to such misfortune nothing was thought of it until some time last week Then she was- taken with a severe pain located in the severed members The pain be- Â¬ came excruciating and a physician was summoned Nothing could be done to arrest thu serious pain but instead her arm became inflamed turned black and blood poisoning set in causing death - Bi 212 S Main 2 Tele 99 RATES BY MAIL Daily One Month Daily Three Months - - 35 lOO All The WOUTH lv mm VjjSfc nrtffir- - ria HU f f irriir L v ilL bs irnnfihr 2tye iim x ii ifitr- - e ih iftr ivJii fcJ nigir- - HC Zfftt csw News National READING Local jjtate and Daily One Year Semi Weekly Edition 400 1 yr 200 WILL DE FOUND IN THE KENTUCKIAN AND THE 225 10o John Rheas Easy Victory Democratic Congressional Convention for the Third district t was held at Bowling Green Wednesday and Congressman John S Rhea was renominated by ac- Â¬ clamation Mr Rhea was not pres- Â¬ ent but sent a letter of acceptance The Drowned While Bathing Owousboro Ky Juno 15 Joseph Jones aged Id yonrs was drowned in the Ohio river near OsvoiiBboro today while bathiug The body was not re covered The Kentuckian is nrinted in new and attractive type and its news pages are illustrated with the best pictures to be obtained Wee k ly Enirer Rate Wo havo arranged a Clubbing oy wmen we cau givp 26o 18o 8c 2o wmmtmm S3 45o 7Bo BOo Subscribe Now And Get The News vtB t MM lf Both Papers One Year for 225 Regular price for Both is 300 Wo save you genorous part of this Send or bring your cash with order to tho fiiun Whiskies Brandies Wine Cordials There are many Spurious Rinds and many NO GOOD KINDS Then there is a NMM m KENTUCKIAN 5 L N XIoplciiiSvllleKy TIME TABLfc TRAINS BOUTII BEST KIND The best Kind is what we SELL and at as low prices as the spu Â¬ rious kinds are Sold A TRIAL IS CONVINCING Â¬ 3B0 350 fll2o w4 2 Tbo wings of birdt are not oaly to aid locomotion iu tho nirj but also ou tho RtouMil and wator Ono bird ovou hna oawH hi tbo olbowB of ita wings to nM in climbing Tha stone masons at work on the Lafayette bank have completed the rock foundation nnd the brick work Will now be pushed to completion a rapidly as possible tuckian Building first floor at 212 L V Snnfh Mnin Street or telephone Vt wvw 99 2 Send in your subscription by mail Call at the office in the Ken- - rc No G5 No 53 1 No No 91 NTn Hopkiuavillo Ac 015 a m 000 a in Fast Lino 1518 p m Fafit Mail 1116 p m NO Limited TRAINS NORTn n9niiinnfn Address M 111 No 52 No 515 No 45 StLcuExmnil 1018m Hopiunavmo ao own pm Fast Line Limited 930 a m 918 p m 1575 IBBOi a few Karly peaches are of them th local market lve been put upou rlpinJ and I 9T dins UllUIOt fepJiam Pull isliftP UIUUJVUW1U i uwiuuv HOPKINSVILLE KY j NAthvlllo Accommodnlion docs nOt run en UNortFi bound Bt LouIb and OUIchro Faut irolnaUavcMirouBU tialns solid nnd leepors a OhlonBO and St IouU Fast Line atopa only at Important Btatloua tnd oroflflina Ha farougU lullman aleep 1 Royal Liquor Co Only Liquor Store In Christian County NOXlUNUHOMlVTlilUlNK toAtlontaGa The lJoyliP Green fair will glu September 14 be- - 203 SOUTHMAIN STRCT i S vr o- - - h J BAMTJ3BL Pxopr jw i Bk - - fviJWBmJwpra STrV tot m itt u f Piw v HhiWMALaill t f CPtPj IhmSSHV Wlnrw e Tobacco jT 1 i Tlf V fcA- - AT THE COURT HOUSE PERSONAL GOSSIP is Hopfcfnsvll rtartcty IUOM 1ST lAGfi of Beverly fSome Important Cases Decided In Esq T II Major on business here V circuit CourtOne Divorce Pembroke itll Mr J P Bragg liebffering this week wasngl I was granted a spent thejday in the city John so good as preyioits week Mostly in divorce Chambers Chambers Bell offcrhcey was cbminon to from Lizzie Dr medium leaf aimear d w The indictments against the here litis morning The deni and fbr all grades va Planters Bank and the Crescent Mr- J F Garnett of The Square irood The sales were extended rnltiKr Comnanv for failure to is in the city on business through the best part of three iiays register with the Secretary of State to There is a disposition on the part Mr P J Mitchell has gone were sustained by Judge Cook this of sellers to close out hence in a 18 South Union on a short visit Irt mummy few weeks there will be but very Mrs I P GerhartofClarksville little on sale The indictments against me fii TTnrmnrs Merchants Bank of is spending the week with her parWeather conditions have been Pembroke the Singer Manufactur- ents favorable onthe growningcropV ing Company and South Kentucky Mr C S Coleman a prominent To day we are having light Association i VI Kggloton of Cummlni Kepotted by 3 fe Kggloton Co buyoronv incorporated order ofdijalcf In and handle of leaf tobacco Y CONTINUKI tridge I P TfbUor i Sunday School afid Colportage- E S Alderman W A Borum T EjpSchools and Cpllege- aouW E Mitchell t Was Tired of Life - bE - Â¬ G Bow of Pern broke to1 meet at 2 p m thi afternoon G L Morrill a At 2 p iii Re gifted musician gave an organ re- Â¬ cital which was much appreciated bv the larire audience which had gathered to hear him play Mr Morrill is pastor of the First Bap Â¬ tist church of Owensboro prayer by Rev J Jf Â¬ This afternoons session was ed to order atv215 oclock call- Â¬ representing the Secretary of State Â¬ Mr Hemphill will leave this eve ning for Frankfort Four of the corporations inter- Â¬ ested confessed judgment and were They were the fined 100 each Mills Co the Planters Crescent Bank the Mammoth Clothing Shoe Co and the Pembroke De- Â¬ posit Bank Their violation of the law was due to an oversight and they concluded that was the best way out of it Lizzie Dade was fined 1 and costs by County Judge Cansler this morning for cursing Hemphill Assistant McClanahan State was present as Secretary Dr R R Bourne returned last the witness of the Commonwealth night from a two weeks sojourn at Mr G A of Building and Loan Bennettstown farmer is here tc dismissed by the Commo- Â¬ day were Â¬ nwealths attorney These corporaMiss Susie Shelby of Clarksvillc tions having registered as required Tenn is the guest of Miss Louise by law French Lick Springs Mrs Nannie Williams of Kansas City Mo is visiting her daughter Mrs G H Taylor on East 13 St Mrs W F Anderson of Madi sonville is attending the bed side of her sister Mrs A J Meador who is still quite ill Miss Daisy Rice who was a stu- Â¬ West 133 Sales by Gaither Hhds Leaf G2 Hhds Medium to good New styles in Baby Buggies just 9 00 to 14 00 It will See and price them in 18 Hhds common to medium 550 pay you A W Pyle to i Mr J P Rice the Paducah real Lugs 23 Hhds medium to good estate dealer was married Wednes- Â¬ 250 to 5 00 day to Miss Anna Abrams 30 Hhds common to medium 150 68 and o 250 Capt W B Carter aged t Market active and stronger i Mrs Delia A Daunt aged 50 both Death of Hiss Swansburg of Jeffersonville eloped to New Al Sales were large this week Re- Â¬ Vifc The grooms jections light and receipts are fall Â¬ Miss Lizzie Swanburg of Colum- - bany and married objected ing off very rapidly tiia Tenn died at the Nashville grown children Sanitarium this morning She was Rev S N Vail wishes to sell his Now Ready for Boarders yell known in this city having fre- Â¬ fine family mare with buggy will quently visited Mrs J II Kugler dispose of her at a bargain Per- Â¬ Mrs J F Wells beautiful brick residence on West Seventh street The remains will be taken to Co- - fectly safe for a lady td drive has been completed and Mrs Wells lumbiathis evening for interment Call and see our handsome suits a boarding house for Mr J H Kugler will leave at 513 of furniture at bottom prices has opened accommodation of the public Hhis aiternoon for Columbia to at Keach Cos Ninth street near L the First class board furnished by the which occurs to- N depot i tend the funeral day weak or month Transient lt morrow Rev Moses Ricks a colored business also solicited This new IM preacher was taken from jail and building is large airy and convient Bought A Fine Farm i at Clarendon ly located and has all modern im- Â¬ Mj J Wheeler Cayce has pur- Â¬ lynched last night was under arrest for provements Ricks electric including chased the farm near Church Hill Ark outraging a farmers wife lights hot and cold baths etc known as the Payne place from of the Fifth Illinois Fare the best and rates very rea A member Mr Columbus Gregory and will be The regiment who has been in camp at son able Parties desiring a pleas possession given immediate farm contains 275 acres Mr Cayce Chickamauga Georgia and is now ant place io board would do well to is a very prosperous farmer and off on a furlough passed through rinr 187 or call on Mrs Wells for will within a little time make his the city this morning enroute home terms and full particulars Home grown tomatoes have made new purchase one among the best The Wallace Braden Nuptials their appearance upon the local of land in South Christian tracts ftfr Jas Arthur Wallace and market Messrs C B Webb and Short Just 50 Chas Knight are the first growers Miss Ada Gaines Braden will be married this evening at home of the Mr Chas Younglove while walk- Â¬ to put their fruit on sale Mr J P Braden a well brides father ing around upon the streets Wed- Â¬ Mr Shelby Borders Rev M B DeWitt will perform the nesday lost 50 out of his vest known citizen of near Almo was ceremony The young groom is now pocket He did not discover his adjudged of unsound mind Monday completing a handsome cottage on h loss until he had occasion to use and ordered to the Hopkinsville 18th street to which the couple will when and Gus Bor if some cash to day gone he found asvlum Bill Jones to take him shortly move and go to housekeep- Â¬ money was appointed that his ders were ing Mr Wallace is one of the most Murray Ledger promising young men in tiie city1 Half of the Crop Cut The Latest Improved Soda Water and Miss Braden is a charming and l A1 ri About one half of the wheat in nMflLS popular young lad Apparatus II this county has been harvested and iu Horse Knocked Himself Down with good weather for work nearly Is now in operation at Candy A colt belonging to Mr Oliver all of the early seeding will be in Kitchen I am prepared to serve yield the following drinks Ice Cream ran away with Alex Locker the The shock by Saturday promises to be excellent and the Soda Plain Soda Lemonade Milk colored driver yesterday afternoon quality fine The acreage is larger Shake Sweet Apple Cider Orange Locker fell through the bottom of than last year Threshing will be Â¬ Cider Ginger Ale and Pop on Ice the sulky and was dragged one gin early next week Ice Cream sold by the pint quart hundred yards but was not much hurt The horse ran half a mile gallon or any way you want it Annual Outing Will Have Their Fruits Sweet Oranges Bananas and was finally stopped and knocked Shelled and Henseless by striking a telephone Lemons The Tobacco Board of Trade Apples Peanuts Home Made Can Â¬ post at 9th and Main He was se Â¬ will have their annual picnic at Roasted Fancy Cream Chocolate cured and soon revived Campbells Cave July 4 They will dies have an elegant barbecue and a Caramels Peanut Candy Taffy The Clarks French Chewing Taffy Cocoanut It Hot general good time Whew of Trade will be invited Candy Lemon Drops French Can Â¬ vill Board Then tvhy not get a Gas Range dies Mixed Etc New Stamp Llckers Remember the place where the and keep the heat out of the house Among the Kentucky postmasters weary can rest where the hungry It is more economical than coal or wood absolutely free from danger appointed yesterday were two for can eat and the thirsty drink of explosion can be purchased at Bresmn Candy Kitchen Christian county Jas L White at Ninth Street between 1st Nation Â¬ jobbers prices with 30 days trial Ax and John E Saunders at Lay and 30 feet of service pipe free from tonville F II Campbell was also al and Post Office the Hopkinsville Gas and Light at Allensville Todd V appointed Howe building Main Company Teachers Examination street Open from 7 to 9 in the k county j Aslf for Mr Pattou The June examination for white evening r i You county teachers will bt held Friday Manager iRemember State Certificates will need Hot Rolls Bread and and Saturday Remember the Tlalne Baptist will be granted at this examina Â¬ Saratoga Chips during the Telephone 159 and tion The examination of colored Place to get your fine Merchant Association teachers will be held next week Tailoring is by Fowrfght Iant Vbve my wHgon cal Qth June Vi ij the4ate for thejfradu- - made for 315 7 and J ht MlLlKK m i lSJ0i Tfct CrcjuB iiroau uftKer auon c couoty hcwxh pnp Cos cheap at Keach N depot street near L Ninth i -- Jack Russells Promotion A Chickamauga special says The Third Kentucky now fully uniformed had its first regimental drill this evening The boys showed up much better than ex- pectedi Jack Russell the private in Capt Clarks company who after being turned down by the examin- Â¬ ing physicians went to Washing- Â¬ ton and secured permission of the War Department to be mustered was to day made Color Sergeant of Sergt Rus- Â¬ he Third Kentucky sell is the only son of Dr E P Russell of this city dent at Western Kentucky Normal School in the Spring 96 and 97 and who is such a successful teach- Â¬ er has sJcured a position in the graded school at Hopkinsville for the coming year We hardly know which to congratulate most Miss Rice or the city of Hopkinsville Madisonville Hustler HERE AND THERE A beautiful line of rocking chairs by the Coiich led moderator RevW J showers which are needed very in prayer The moderator then an Â¬ badly on vegetation also to enable nounced the- Coinmittcc on Obitu Â¬ OIiIciik JMiirUut all farmers to finish planting and aries Revs Jl C Roberts I M Opg Hlgt Closing The Wise J H Andeison also Commit resetting Cash Wheat tee on Oldest and Youngest Minis- Â¬ WEEKLY HErOIlT 81 WX ters Prof A F Williams Maj July Wheat 365 hhdB Receipts for week Sept Wheat 73 O Ferrell ti yeur utius J 34 33 ti THE DISPATCH The discussion on John 35 was July Corn week Sales 34 35 Sept Corn 35X 4918 year continued W I by Rev 24 24 Ih tlic Only Bruner Doctor W S Ryland Rev July Oat3 QUOTATIONS 22 5 2 OOm 2 50 C F Thompson RevW L Jones Sept Oats St Louis Paper Low lugs 9 72 97 9 07 2 50 3 00 Rev Coimnou Iukb W D Nowlin Rev W J July Pork With Its Own Staff Correspondents 8 00 50 Couch 5 82 5 82 Medium lugs 82 On motion the body re- Â¬ July Lard at all Points of Interest d fiOfffi 50 Good lugs 5 57 5 50 52 At Huvann turned to a subject set for this July Ribs 5 Wm 50 Fine Mr SylveBtor Scovel calls 7i 5 00frj 50 morning Is it piroper to use the Sept Wheat puts 69 Low leaf At Madrid 6 60 50 mourners New Vorlt Stocks and Cotton Common leaf bench in protracted Mr A E Houghton 8 GO 10 50 meetings Medium leaf Opg Higt j Closing At Washington 11 F0g U00 Good leaf Dr J S Coleman of Greenville Aug Cotton 6 47 49Mr Stephen Bonsai 6 49 M mj IGilO Fine Leaf At New York L 14 j 1 lOLf Ami Tob None offered read a papjsron this subject 114 Selections Air Morton Watkins 99 ys 99j Shryer for As we close our report general Chicago Gas V8i Sales by Hanbery discussion is progressing on this C B 1 04K 1 04 1 05 Q the week eilcling June 15 1898 pl 31 TUE NEWS OP THE DAT IN subject 52 523 52 Hhds as follows THE POST -- - DISPATCH Manhattan 1 05 tf li 05 104X 11 00 10 75 8 Hhds good leaf The Sermon To NJght 1 30 jV 1 33 Sugar 133X 15 cents a week seven days if de9 00 8 25 7 50 7 10 7 00 7 OOThe anniial sermon will be Coal Iron 23 23 235 livered by agent GO conts a month 14 Hhds medium to common leaf preached at the Baptist church to- Â¬ if sent by mail Chicago UccolptH To dny 6 10 6 10 6 00 5 W 6 50 6 30 night by Rev J H Anderson of 11 Gars i 50 4 50 4 20 5 30 5 80 5 30 4 30 Owenton Rev J G Bow was the Vheat 435 Cars Corn 4 20 - Rough on rats and morpnTne so Â¬ laced the cares and troubles of Jeff Denny of Dekoveni a well known He was sev Â¬ citizen Wednesday Orphans Home M fiHunt enty years of age Recently he had ki L Wayts been despondent and while brood Â¬ Baptist History W J McGlotlfr ing committed suicide He leaves lin E N Dicken an aged wife Young Peoples Work C m Swell Wedding in Louisville Joiles J T Christian Ministers Aid Society 2 T Miss Cora Myers daughter of Cody J M Fowler V Mr Alex Myers of Louisville was Temperance A C Grimes Geo married last night to Mr Sam Lc H Cox junc of Lejttnc Co of Louisville The bride is a first cousin of Max DAILY MARKET REPORT J Moayon of this city The wed Â¬ Correct oil Dully Ily Urn Kawllns lllliilcor ding was a very brilliant affair tin llrohnr lIoplcliiRvlUo Ky Rabbi Moses officiating i SL I I Present Crisis a i 1 ito POST r I k - M 8 - LN - Â¬ py A lloB 9 Hhds common lugs 325 3 00 3 10 2 95 2 50 2 20 3 00 2 70 2 40 Fffijftf T61 Wfr feSgoaSi Oats Cattle Hogs V500 Head 1800 JMurltot 108 Cars At a merely nominal prlco tho Now York Ledger Is maklfiBono of tho ui09t remarkable Tlieyaro sending Cnmorn nITera of thoHoason out nil immcnsiMiuinbiii of cameras to all parts urthe United States It Is in reality but list linn tod ItucylptA To morrow 9BKJI9lielfSLnlHrf3nMU M mm Wm Hogs To morrow Heavy Mr R 18000 An ElopingjCouple P Davenport and Lena Small an eloping couple from the Guthrie Ky vicinity went to Clarksville Wednesday anil THE were married in the parlors of the ti Rev A Arlington Hotel Boone officiating for tho Camera with comploto ontflt for pho 410 togni piling and developing Scud to day for full particulars rCBardlni this remarr ablo of fur as it is extremely limited The Camera is thoroughly high grade and first olas9 in every rcbpfictHted with all modern improvements Miss and is guaranteed as represented Address OAJIEIM DEPAI11MENT DFiftr Oents NEW YORK NY LEDGER CITV LEDUKIt BUILDlNQ First of the Season Rbv J H ANDERSON The Georgia watermelon has S put in an appearance The first WANTED AN IDEAJSSSSffiffi shipment arrived to day and will thing to patent Protect your ideas ttheymay be found represented in our daily bring you woalth Writo JOHN WEDDKtt BUltN SrCO Patent Attorneys Washington market quotations 0 0 for thoir SUSOD prizo offer An- Â¬ Should send at onco for special pre Watehcs mluni Hat Justlssued Printing Presses Air Kliles and many valuable artioles are to bo U 1 II given away Now York Ledger Ledger Building New York nnirfi DUlO ffDS lv alternate appointed but Mr derson is present and will fill the pulpit He is one of the able men of the denomination and his address yill undoubtedly be a learned one Homes for the Visitors m list of the Koines to which visi tors have been assigned will be A re Â¬ Tound on the second page vised and complete list cannot be given before the last of the week The Rain at Noon i very hard rain fell at noon and lhe weather is still threatening fbut the Baptists are not afraid of water and the program willnpttbe iif -- 500 a Suit For one week beginning f v r MONDAY l June cassimere 13 wool1 com- Â¬ A J i we will sell Mens fine all plain grey tricot monly known as Harris if- - rri io morrows program - MDevotional Exercises now to conuuet i mecungs June iLiniltlU - cassimere f i 9Jffnn Amos Stout Djscussion v 8 lIow many pastors evange- lHcejhe Jl3UplUil rTt xvxeesis oi joiiii j prayer x c ok Sack Suits Usually SOLD at oio in TV vi 1250 PW jip IffJiM country contiguoustothem1 Bruner U M Tiiompson AFTERNOON ffithe Holy Spirit -- W H Felix Fowler W S Evidences of the indwelling s FOR Four i 500 and dark gray tttBmij Discussion of SIZES 34 TO 38 ONLY - p Development new 13- cop- - Verts TDsiwus 4FAl 1 lr Ryland 7W1- Isnt the vounirest and r i vno navq niii pre- oiaesi miniwiers yiously related their experieiices -- ykfirrtllnwnfl Kir ronnriu mif-- tlliil- vi fotlic ministrv Discussion m lOl liVli ivniciiipnnn1 ITlll v uw V1V vlll of shades of gray light gray medium gray tanish gray HUlCUip yiiHllUM EYENJNO 12 The reason for the above price is that the pants do not match the coats and vests exactly in shade The IS Christ er Discussion Repolt on Obituaries Committees of General Association 1 NDicken iM second cqmingvpf Wiayv Biggest Suit Bargain Ever Offered chairmen and alternate ffor wu ociatlon State Missions B j yThe following ar fccommittee theAfe- - 7 j r iM v - F Swindler J G Bow4 t iv SuttMVt Uome Foreign Misslpi J M We B4dy i vr Mi3toioj hr J iMrj Prei- -