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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 3 TDtK L 1 NO 46 Jaity HOPKINSVILLE control the institutiohyou would like or as 30011 as you like you will urge the separation from the con vention Think act slowlvjThe AJ Seminary has had given ittheviy of Boyce Broaddus Williams andf k 5 JvEnttichimt JUNE 20 1898 PEIOE 2 CENTS ffY MONDAY AFTERNOON Manly and the thousandsof dollars which you all vhayt contributed If this mat ¬ Would you cripplelir ter ever passes it will be done by a junction of the extremes Cut loose from the Seminary what then To day the denomination can make itself felt Cut it loose you can con- ¬ trol Jit no longer Professors can then teach what they pleased The Seminary has 800000 ItVaiTlive on this Now you can say something If you carry this resolutjonyoiuja no longer do anything I vKft Seminary1 to be cut tloose from the if it is cut loose from the Baptists Let it be bound a thousand times Do more closely rather than this Vnot rush madly on that which it has taken years to build and de- ¬ stroy the grandest monument of It cant be Southern Baptists done by dash by rush Let public sentiment crystalize then the de- ¬ nomination can carry out its will Do not throw away in a few years your grand institution Leave the went to the books and found he matter to the committee appointed I When the forms closed for the garbled and made mis- ¬ under the Carroll resolution at Nor- ¬ dis- ¬ misquoted regular edition Saturday the I spent time to get the folk takes cussion on the Whitsitt matter was Prof A Tv Robertson spoke next I got it I have no apology A- - seconu eaiuuu truth in nrotrress o to offer I have always studied somewhat as follows briefly gave the result of the vote We must get the attitude of the originals for twenty five years The following is a part of the un one thousand errors inx whole South There are The Seminary be- ¬ finished discussion A question in longs to the Baptists of the South Dr Whitsits book Third speaker Dr W H Felix iBaotist history These errors said in part I have had positive convictions are all in favor of Dr Whitsitt and since the meeting at Chattanooga against tne uapusts Therefore I most heartilv concur in the reso- - he is utterly unfit to be the Presi lutions I wish it understood where dent of the Seminary Things in I stand I have never seen any in- his mind and not in the authorities timation that Dr Whitsitt wants occur frequently in his book The He hardly recog- ¬ things from the Kiffen MS are not my sympathy nizes me when he sees me We are in it at all but were introduced dis- ¬ called the rabble No man not of from another place and called a from the elite can differ from those of the covery I read a paragraph edi- ¬ other side But I have my opinion the book I turn to the Boston His- ¬ The other sideisay they dont know tion l8i3ofBeneditcs Baptist anything about the question dont tory to prove the statement that the care to read dont care whether word immersion does not occur Dr Whitsitt is right or wrong is absolutely false He did this Im for Uncle Billie and they He is not fit to be the President of a Everywhere censure us who do care They Baptist Seminary youxpen this book you find like ought to have convictions I stand TWIHMHl0JWIIMifcWl IllllHH Dr W here because Dr Whitsitt has done remarkable mis statements Hague 184f is misquoted the same REV J W WARDER more to prejudice other denomina- ¬ Baptists than any way How could he thus write Consider this tions against the Neither Kentucky At against his own brethren nor Virginia has a right to control Bowling Green he was making his nr m mmmMtmm Msau MfcMM mis statements and I was sitting the Seminary but the Baptists of We are not thinking of just in front of him with the book the South We he was thus mutilating in my hand the Baptists of other States I have never had such feelings to are divided on a great many differ ¬ come over me I am speaking of ent things this is a large country The religious atmosphere of the Peatleys Dippers Dipped I think there is no trouble in un- ¬ different States is not the same derstanding the English I am us ¬ We are all agreed on all leading doctrines but there are some doc- ¬ ing in this connection Dr Whitsitt leftout introductions trines on which we are not united and began in the middle ot para ¬ The most extreme positions were graphs so changing the whole drift taken two years ago when this was He of meanings SoI believe he should a mere historical question at once called unsound not a not be the President of any Baptist was Baptist because of his historical Seminary This was one of the strongest position We have lost sight of the 1641 is but a day speeches we have heard on this main issue in the great realms of history side of the subject mm Here ensued a lively tilt between Those who opposed the resolution now announced Dr P II Kerfoot Dr Coleman and Prof Robertson Rbv a rohertson which caused much mirth in the to speak for them other man alive We must light Dr Robertson then audience over his head against his princi- ¬ He said in part This is one of said This trouble has been in the ples Why did he want to take a the most painful moments of my denomination years and years It I ex- ¬ Why write life I made no preparation Pedo baptist stand existed before the war of 18G1 G5 damaging articles sign no name pected no fight Ive been in nr In 72 74 resolutions were passed and remain so long silent As long caucus I am not willing to go ink condemningthe Seminary on account as he is at the head of the Seminary the personalities of this discussion of Dr Williams views on Alien im ¬ that statement about Baptist his ¬ I speak for the good of the Semi ¬ mersion I have letters from Boyce tory will be an obstacle to Baptist nary alone to Broaddus about this discussion Only two things could force me to Dr Boyce said progress Tney will say tne neau of your Seminary does not believe speak first an anticipated split in Soul liberty is worth more than on Baptism as you do Many Pedo the Southern Baptist Convention immersion even among Land haptists formerly troubled are now second the breaking of the relation Alien My only point is this quiet and because m Dr Whitsitts between the Convention and the markers divided on many points We are If it is good enough for Seminary You do not touch the position are the Baptists Are we or Baptists it will suit other denomin most serious point of the report Who other fellows Let us have ations Sprinkle or baptize it is all This is your Seminary Because are the us agree to disa ¬ right Dr Whitsitt says so You of something in it you do not like soul liberty Let have to fight the world the flesh and you propose to throw up your Sem ¬ gree Dr Carter Helm Jones then spoke the devil over Dr Whitsitts head inary refuse it a chance crush it if Not one dollar more of my money possible Dr Boyce said of old if in part as follows not one mite more of my influence the Seminary is not what you want I wish to beg you not to adopt thia shall ever jjo to the Seminary Us it to be make it so Whether there resolution You say the Trustees long as he is President And the is a real or a fancied taint are you have waved aside all your resolu ¬ Treasurers books show that T hae going on that account to destroy tions Have they I do not think f -li They have carefully con ¬ It so nyui w matte- juus statement or try to destroy the Seminary The tourth sneaker Dr J J has taken forty years to build it up sidered them and courteously an- Christian said lri parti Will swereduhem No institution ever Will this remove the trouble I haye been accusal sayinfe you whenever a professor takes a had wMscr or abler men than these Borne very wrlv thht T hWX yiew you dp iiot like refuse And after all due deliberation they I nuim- - Datt nny hi it suite leclded tljnt Dr Whitsitt had done support until huwiiining i neydr all question a mans motive jQVU yoli exactly Another point the nothing to merit hist being turned l facts Dr Vf made tatemental spirit that becaue yew catrl out Dont we have to trust them o VOTED tions By - he Whitsitt Resold 177 Majority he Discussion ConcludedCu J ban Resolution Introduced X Is the innltor not entrusted to their charge r feel too deeply and sadly to bandyiwords or match phrases I have ntver heard you called the gabble ft I have never used the term imvc tcse orctnern proved that till resolution should be passed l think not Have the SouthernpBaptists demanded this Not at Wilmington not at Norfolk not in Maryland nor in Virginia nor in North Carolina nor in South Carolina or Missouri The trustees did not think it wise to subvert a Missionary body into an ecclesiasti- ¬ cal court How has the paSt year shown him to be unfit Has the Seminary gone to wreck I studied nun tuncter lie is wise actful and successful The Students are there the personnel is fgood When What is the trouble Tr Whifsilf- ttififi Tlr nhrisfinn it a subject of scholarship it does on not take me long to decide who has th6 best bf it I read Dr Whitsitts book and see very different things from those Dr Christian found We must not get out of accord with the great Baptist brotherhood of tile Soyth 1641 If the date you have already put bothers vu yourself on record twice Let the matter alone Let the trustees de- ¬ cide it Let us have In essentials unity in non essentials liberty in all things charity Rev J Rust then spoke in fc BOYS In Blue Arrive At San tiago To Invade Cuba M I Gen Shaffers Army of 16000 Are Ready To Land NEWYork June 20 fA Special part ¬ l W If I believed as Dr J T Chris- ¬ tian dcn I would make his accusa- ¬ tion to the Board of Trustees and let them sift and weigh the matter I sat b an eminent jurist as that to day speech is being made He said he could uach no conclusion from Following is an official estimate rthat mvu h No man can answer of Gen Shatters forces thespeniits on the other side of Infantry regulars 9520 Cav- ¬ this qiK tion for they are all wide of the resolution Dr Whitsitt is a alry 2640 Light artillery 300 1 Baptit He who says he is not W Heavy artillery 200 Signal corps misrepresents him misunderstands GENERAL EIIAFTEK 100 Volunteer infantry 2000 En him v gincers 200 Volunteer cavalry 500 Officers 1000 Total 16460 Is Dr Whitsitt merely incidental This attack is in this attack the Seminary If he should against go make him go but I beg do not lor one man wreck out Seminary Victoria June 20 Special Manila advices say that the steam ¬ Be ¬ Will you not halt and think hind that leading step there is ers Boston and Concord that left May 12th to attacked Iloilo captured marching into the heart of the con- ¬ the place without resistance The Saranac seized by the Spanish gun ¬ Journal dispatch from Mole St Micholas says Gen Shnfters army of 16000 soldier son a flotilla of 49 vessels has arrived off San- ¬ tiago and Guantauamo and a landing will probably be made f af Another Report From Manila 1 1mm m I disruption of the great ¬ constituency on this earth Leave the matter to the If this reso- ¬ Committee appointed lution is passed Dr Coleman him- ¬ self on that Committee can not act Pause with jiihtice and judgment do not act so as and think and to harm the Seminary The last speaker on this side Dr W O Carver then delivered a strong speech on his side of this He was much discussed question vention the est Baptist followed by Rev Z T Cody and he in turn by Dr T T Eaton Lack of space prevents our re ¬ boat was found deserted and recaptured The Americans have plenty of coal having captured G000 tons at Cavite arsenal Col San Miguel of the Spanish artillery after inspecting the small Montcjo the stock of ammunition at his disposal committed suicide Fighting Admiral praised for bravery deserves disgrace say the correspondents He lied from ship to ship and was among the first ashore at the battle of Manila Believe Havana Will Be Bnrned Key West June 20 Special ii 1 t The Cubans feel certain that Ha ¬ vana will be burned and Cerveras ships destroyed when capture be- ¬ most excellent comes inevitable The monitor Terror arrived here to day A govern ¬ porting these speeches ment vessel brings two men from Havana one a Spanish pilot who de ¬ Dr Eaton spoke in part as serted Blanco and the other a Cuban spy They have complete charts follows ¬ I asked all moderators two ques of Havana fortifications and mines in the harbor What do you think ought tions to be done with the Whitsitt ques ¬ tion done How should it be Second I wrote to 57 and 53 an ¬ Frances Very Bad Faith 20 swered against Whitsitt North Austrian commission agents have re ¬ Special turned from Madrid where they delivered 3000000 cartridges and 120 tons of explosives This shows how easy it is to deliver contrabome roads through France that governments efforts to prevent it being merely nominal Paris June Camaras Feet Not Formidable English Dublin June 20 Special Freemans Journal say experts report Camaras Cadiz fleet in a frightful condition The arsen ¬ al and ships are grossly neglected Vessels are short of ammunition and the armoment cant be fixed at Cadiz Two Fort Monroe June 20 lore Ships Sail Special The Newark and the dcutroyer Yankton sailed yesterday mission and destination unknown Another Ikop A C DAVIDSON Refusals Exchange 4 K Special Commodore Watson has reported Washington June 20 Carolina sentiment is overwhelming against Dr Whitsitt Dr Whitsitt to the Navy Department that Blanco refuses to exchange Hobson V4 cipal Here Dr Whitsitt raised his eyes and hands to Heaven and I do in the name of the said Lets ask aU District AsLord - believes he stands for a great prin- ¬ Manila Believed to Have Fallen Madrid June 20 surrendered- Special The belief prevnlls here that Manila j CQNTINUKU ON 4TH PAGIJ Y lias - - lu W hpum of T X VfT ViW wjr w 4r -- ja IK YTWi IfW WV AK5C If- Cash prices paid by Hopliinsville merchants b Bacon Iablkhed erery cTculng- except Sunday by Delivered by carriers to all parU ol tba dty at Banie couutry 8l0o 10 OTHTS 2PEK WEEK CXAS V aCBACXAX 212 8 Min J Shoulders L Sides i ainaacBiPTiow Liiru u7Bc 85 Per Week Feh MoNTn m Advance vy 100 Per Year in Advance 8 Months im Advance Country Produce 4 Per - 4be 2ail Hentucftian rates ORtNAAlENT BEATEN HokinsviHe Produce flarket THE LAST ROUND The immense stock of clothing shoes and furnishing goods is fasfcdisappearing at the Mammoth Clothing Shoe Cos store Yet we have some elpgaiit goods to sacrifice Here arp a iew things hat are attracting attention Bargains that are leaying our lioufe4 every day 1 J5c 57c oC b a C f tf H The most significant development of last week was the increasing gravity of the threatened compl- ¬ ications with Germany The pres- ¬ ence of German warships at Manila is in itself not a reassuring circum- ¬ stance The rumor that Spain has sold the Philippines to Germany was also given currency from London A German captain is alleged to have declared at Manila at a Span- ¬ ish gathering that America would nfvor nnnev the Philippines whilei William was Emperor Added to these reports comes the statement from Washington yesterday that the declaration of independence by the Philippine leaders on Friday is bringing up new complications It is feared that Germany may use the capture of Manila by the insur- ¬ gents as a pretext to land a force of marines to guard German inter- ¬ ests but really to force a collision of some sort with the Americans The growing hostility of Germany and France is now a subject of Itfmuch comment in the press s The opinion is gaining ground that Germany will protect when ever the American flag is raised over the Philippines and the war may become far more serious than it is now Of course the useless de- ¬ lay in invading and conquering Cuba has given opportunity for new difficulties to arise and if the war is carried over until next year as a Presidential election issue as now seems to be the purpose of the Re- ¬ publican administration other na- ¬ tions are almost sure to be drawn i i3utter S J5l7c 1821c An Unknown Wins in the Great Suburban Race A New York special of Saturday gives this account of the defeat of Mr W P Nortons great horse New featliera Beeswax Tallow 2385c J Ginseng per lb Honoy Tub washed wool i wiuubuu 2225 10c 20c 2Jc Balbriggnu Undorahirls sold nil over town at 40c I Our Prlco Monarch Colored Shirts worth SltfO Our Prico Mohs Heavy Cheviot Work Shirts sold at Our Price with rind without collars Scriveus Elastic Drawers Prico Childreua Shoes and slippers Prico Childreua SJiocs and Slippers KOc 25c 1 A ik j v - Of H UC Meus Fancy Colored Shirts soft and Negligee Inuuririeri worth 60e sold at S 100 On r sold at sold at 100 Our 125 Our QKP Ornament Poultry Y New York June 18 Tillo first and the crreat Ornament nowhere ehickous Hvo per lb Roosters y L laKgloc 8c 2c - 3v1 C CCn www into it Daniel George of Hampstcad N H aged 52 is the sole survivor of the daring expedition of Lieut W jB Cushing who in 1864 blew up If fS vf the confederate irunboat Albemarle with atorpedo in the Roanoak ri ver He took with him only twelve men several of whom were killed in the explosion The torpedo was the first ever used and was attached to a spar on a small launch both ves- sels being sunk by the explosion George and Gushing were two of the survivors who swam ashore and escaped j V The Owensboro Messenger takes this view of the Whitsitt matter The Messengers theological edi- ¬ tor does not pretend to understand all the various side lines of the Whitsitt controversy but it seems certain that Dr Whitsitt wrote as a historical fact what the great body of his Baptist brethren did not endorse or believe Thus be ¬ lieving the association could not do otherwise than rebuke him When Hartford Votes For Prohibition a man can not endorse the precepts Hartford Ky June 20 In an of his church or his political party election held here Saturday to de- ¬ the place for him is on the outside termine whether the present law The Government has given Cer regarding the sale of liquors in the vera and Blanco to understand that town of Hartford should become in- ¬ there will be some first class hang ¬ operative the Prohibitionists re- ¬ ing in high places when Cuba is ceived a majority of thirty votes taken if anything happens to Hob The election will probably be con- ¬ son and his companions while ithey tested Hartford has been a wet are in Spanish hands In other town for the past three years and words having refused to exchange the verdict of Saturdays election the Spanish commanders will be will not become effective for a pe- ¬ held personally responsible for their riod of nearly ayearlicense having been granted recently to two sa ¬ safety was the record of the Suburban of 1898 The favorite was badly beat ¬ en chiefly because the horses were kept a full hour at the post When the bugle called the con- ¬ tenders to the post there was but little unoccupied space in the great grand stand on the roof or on the lawn It was almost half past 4 oclock when the eleven candidates were in the hands of Starter Fitz- ¬ gerald and then came a wearisome wait After several false starts finally all came downrtogether and they were off on their journey ex¬ actly an hour after they had reach- ¬ ed the starting point Ab they neared the three quarter pole Hamilton urged Ogden a bit and as they flashed past the mark he was a length to the good Imp shoved a head in front of Royal Stag while Clayton moved Tillo into fourth place Ornament was ac- ¬ tually in last placeand Sloan was driving for all he was worth It was only a short distance home and there seemed no chance for him to win Foot by foot Ornament cut down the lead of the others and when he had worked his way up to eighth place Sloan evidently saw it was useless and gave up a very badly ridden race It was but a short drive around the turn and then their noses were in the stretch with Ogden a length in front Clay- ¬ ton on Tillo had jnoved up into second place crowding past Imp who was about ready to stop out for As they straightened home little Maher on Semper Ego began to thread his way through the maze of flying hoofs and almost before the others knew it he was overhauling them rapidly There was but a furlong to go and Ogden began to waver In a few strides Tillo had the front ranks and it could be plainly seen that it was all over He passed the wire half a length in front of Semper Ego who had snatched the place away from Ogden in the last few strides through the good riding of Maher Don de Oro was a bad fourth and the others were beaten off Grain Clover per bushel Wheat Corn ft ViC-ir- - S3 iltJU Ar Price - shelled r ri r 1 Hi i 75c - Live stock iWffa jT - Hoga Sheep Cattlo Calves Hides uud Furs G reeu hides Green salted hides Dry flint Vegetable- srJnt tt iUIUlUUn J1U1Y nAlnfnno irk T S250350 k 53350 25l 3501 7Jc Childreua Shoes ann Slippers sold at SI 50 Our Prico Ladies Sl50 Kid Shoes laco and button all toes and sizes Our Prico Lilly Brackett Coh 5 00 Mens Shoes Our Prico Our Loading Brands of 300 Shoes nil styles 50c 65c 75c 99c uur x nee 350 225 g M3MWJfcJ t vj Z r Gffi7e JJSC Ul ii It 5ll5c GOc In our childrens CLOTHING we have made the same extra BARGAINS Our 450 500 and 600 lines at HOOr Om 82 Kfl and tnn ov tvt Goods in proportion If you want the best and cheapest suit you evor bouht call in at once as this sacrifice cannot hold on always i- Clothing It - - k Cubbage per head Watermelons Florida - iif UUQUUl TWF-r lnl t - Ef V V 2ffific Flour Retail Patent per bbl Standard per bbl r Jj tfl3550c i riPi 58K576 S5B0 i-- MdKKz - o LOTECEN-G- - SHOE CO Hay t viT Jr Clover per cwt frlr 55c Vils vrf70c Good Timothy SV BASEBALL - Tremendous Sacrifice IN NEW GOODS SPECIAL RESULTS OF 7 OAMES SATURDAYS St Louis 7 Louisville 4 Chicago 10 Cincinnati 4 Pittsburgh Baltimore 10 Philadelphia 6 New Y8rkt5 Boston 12 Washingtons i RESULTS OP YESTERDAY 78 Cleveland 4 v JO VETZS THE PUBLICijv is N n ff S m I re I Brcklyn1131 W SG AMES The Great Hopkinsville Mecca For Economical Buvers Louisville G 6 St Louis a unicago w Cincinnati l jrtw Cleveland 4 Pittsburg 3 VSr HOW THEY STAND 75 - ji T V 23035 ICloth- - Clubs - Cincinnati Boston Cleveland Chicago Won 34 Lost 1 1 mji etc before making their departments Is invited to inspect my large stock of Spring IJry Goods Notions purchases- 33 31 Everything new and up-to-da- te in all tf V2 Baltimore Philadelphia Brooklyn St Louis Washington Louisville New York Pittsburg 28 29 27 26 20 20 19 19 10 t si 2t irigS S- SEE Our Dandies Beady-To-- W ear Suits A They are - - tit oinnnn r made by the best tailors and from THE BEST CLOTH SCHEDULE FOR TO DAY m tt we nave tte Best l LID PLACE be Latest Stv es YOU Washington at Louisville New York at Pittsburg Philadelphia at St Louis Boston at Chicago Baltimore at Cincinnati Brooklyn at Cleveland GIVE US A CALL AND WE WILL PLEASE KV HIU KKK JiiAJjIlIliyjUlV Next Door to Hardwicks MRSW1NTERS WILL RECOVER The Woman Shot by Her Husband at Adams Wednesday Tll6 PfflSOIlt CHSiS It is now thought that Mrs Ike Camaras fleet after making a feint and starting west from Cadiz turned and entered the Mediterra- ¬ nean and it is believed will wait at Cartagena for orders The idea that the fleet will pass through the Suez canal and attempt a 7000 mile voyage to the Philippines leaving Spain unprotected is regarded as ridiculous in the extreme and some ¬ thing not at all liable to occur loons The Democratic convention at West Liberty Wednesday in the Tenth Congressional district will not be a walkover for Fitzpatrick as at first seemed probable There are five or six candidates and the race is very much mixed Fitzpat rick Garner Sublett Kinsolving Pollard and White all have instruct- ¬ ed votes W tower Capt WildeB for example stood on tho bridge of Boston with a Deweys first relief expedition is Five more transports with 4200 expected to reach Manila on Tues ¬ fan in his hand to blow the smoke away Gridloy iu tho couniug tower jnen will sail for Manila June 25 day of this week to have met tho fto Booma giving Gen Mcrritt 10200 men who Have you bought your war bonds wbeh has been prophesied by naval can be in Manila in three wee Admjral Pewey alo has a lighHn yet If not what are you waiting experts for those who should report to for tat place of rwfuge fare of 1800 inarmcM Jf The great question now that cor- ¬ respondents are unable to agree about is whether Camaras fleet is going in or coming out Russell Gets Twenty Years Princeton Ky June 20 After being out for thirty six hours the jury in the case of James Russell lor murder fixed Jiis punishment Saturday at twenty years in the penitentiary Russell was convict- ¬ ed as being a member of a mob that killed Berry Howton and shot old man Hewlett Howton in this county A Wtiahiugton correspondent writes The death of CaptCbaries V Gridloy in July 1895 who whb in charge of Admiral Deweys The meanest man on record flagship the Olympia at the battle of with the possible exception of the Manila Bay probably was due to man who will read a newspaper a injuries from conctiBsiou ro year and then have his postmaster from the firing of the heavy guna on mark it refused has been found his splendid cruiser During the bat in New York He attempted to tie he remained iu the conning tower pawn his baby for money to buy white Admiral Dewey waB on tho whisky His name is Michael bridgo those two officers probably Hart taking this precaution to proveut the It has beeri almost a week since possibility of both bluing killed by tho any heavy cannonading was Bdme shell Probably tho captains of heard off the coast of New England the othor Bhipa preferred tho conuiug Winters who was shot by her hus ¬ band Wednesday at Adams Rob- ¬ ertson county Tennessee while With Its Own Staff Correspondents suffering from the effect of a pn at all Points of Interest At Havana tracted spree will recover News Mr Sylvester Scovol from her bedside stated that unlels At Madrid inflammation sets in there are noi Mr A fears entertained as to the resultiof At Washington E Houghtou her wound The child shot will alf Mr Stephen Bonsai At New York so recover Mrs Winters has il Mr Mortou Watkins ready filed suit for divorce A Conning Tower Victim fr THE NEWS OF TOE DAY IN THE POST DISPATCH Is the Only St Louis Paper Whiskies Brandies Win Cordials There are many Spurious Kinds and many NO GOOD KINDS Then there is a ¬ - THE 15 centB POST DISPATCH L a week seven dayB if de livered by agent CO centB a mouth u seui uy man L BEST KIND yitiwm N TIME TABLE TRAINS SOUTH No 55 Hopkinaville Ac 615 a m No 53 Fast Line tiQ0 a in No 51 Fast Mail 518 pm No 91 NO Limited 1110 pm TRAINS NORTH The best Kind is what we SELL and at as low prices as the spu ¬ rious kinds are Sold A TRIAL IS CONVINCING No 92 Chicago Limited 986 a m No 52 StLouExmaillO18am No 56 HopkiiiBville No 4r Fa8t Liuo Ac 825yn m Ojlop In Royal LKquor 0ify Liquor Store inChrillan County fOTIIIraMIUIYTimUKIKK M NglivJHo Acconiinoclalloa docs nut run cc lundoy North bound St Louis and Chicago Kail trolns have urovgh trains solid and 8lep0rr to Ohico and St Loul fatLie atop elvat important iUMoi tjfAUaHttUa - WjAftkV f - JKBiMaABm iJUJ9fc S- Jku IT y i wiWr1 ilJirrfiilfliltlMf4l- SAMTJ I 203 SOUTH Tratyr f A i WAif Jf aiTf njr titfaBi LMluivi jAv11 pfat9 iiliiiaixwIiMMi mJumtt TOBACCO WORMS COOLNESS IN BATTLE COLOR WITHOUT PIGMENTS A JLiSA3IWAAMiBA AJWAt3 Thin Film with a Marvelous Dis ¬ play Of Tiats M Ilonry professor of physiology Successful Method of Destroy If you want to any thnt nny man Is at tho Sorbonno Pans has been nblo ing Them always cool calm and collected say apparently to produce colors without that he Is ns cool as Cnpt Wildes of the tho uso of coloring matter All havo cruiser iloston Ho Is one of the offi admired at times tho beautiful and cers with Deweys fleet at Manila and rich play of colors Hashed bank when The Original Plan of Poisoning the nil the world le wondering at his calm a drop of oil is allowed to fall in water ness While the Boston slowly steamed By a long study of this phenomenon Fly Which Lays the Egg Is Into the bay of Mnnlla while two op posing1 storms of projectiles swept the Prof Ilonry has been enabled to catch the Most Popular wnters tfhllc n ninn could not hear and perpetuate these hitherto effer- ¬ himself think In the thunder of the vescent colors aid to mount them so guns Wildes stood on the Bostons that they can be examined at leisure With tho plnutiug of ovory tobneco bridge watching when tho Ktiioke Tho following is tho outline of his gun- - process as described in thcKepcrtoiro crop tho farraora nlwnyB bogin propa rajsed the deadly accuracy of hla Tho object which ho do Pharmacio rations to provont big crop of worma wish 03 to color say a sheet of water- ¬ However within tho poBt three or four ¬ Cnpt Wltricn ItrnnU III Coirce While FtBhtlUK iltc Spnnlnlt Fleet In Manlln liny w SKK 20 YEARS 250000 IN OHIO CURED lirnilltnn iitnnlrtiAna tinvirAttanAdJ M s4JOs4 The Leading Specialists of America WE CURE EMISSIONS Nollilnc rnn lin nioro dcmorftllzlmr to yonne or mlddlo afcd men than tho ires- onco of tlioo nightly iobsos iiicy frtfilltiM of ilisgustnmln wholo train oEnyiuiitomg 1hoy unlit a man for business married mo nun social nappinots no manor whether caused by uvil habits in youth natural weakness or eoxmil excesses our Now Method Treatment will positively euro you NO CURE iviiitiuuyou NO PAY riBK War News nlffcTfitjliia OaJC yonra thoro ia not tho uuivorsal atten tion paid to this matter that thoro was somo ton or twelve yoaia ago Tho tobacco fly which deposits tho egg that produco tho worm is called a millor and tho pldn by which tho greatest number of those cnu bo killed in tho shortest possible time is tho plan for the oxtormiuatiou of tho tobacco fly is tho best though others havo come into uso This plnu is to place powdered cobalt into a pint bottle of s woe toned water with a small quill inserted in tho cork and by quick motion to insert a little of the preparation into the JameBtown weed bloom This Btaould be done at sun Get If dono too soon it will dry up before tho miller begins to fly around which it does about twilight Quito a number of dead ones are found tho next day Thore Buoiild bo a number of the Jametown plants along the outside of the field along the fences and also in the interior of tho field It is well known that tho light at night attracts all kinda of winged insects aB may ho sten by observing the electric Btreet light on any Bummer night Knowing the attrac ion of tho light for tho tobacco fly somo farmers place a tub two thirds full of water put a bright glass lantern above it and succeed in trapping numbers This Bhould be tried The Jamestown weed Bome years doeB not bloom soon enough hence the light could be used as soon as ihe tobacco is large enough to attract the miller and both could be used during tho season For a large field there Bhould be several lights Burning briiBh outside tho field when it is dark has abo been dono with By close Attention to the Buccess foregoing nearly all the labor of hunt ing worniB can be saved and there is no need of poisoning tho tobacco with paris green Somo planters when informed of the foregoing plan ans wer Oh yes if my nbighbois would This do it it mightj do all right is simply stolid stupidity What is to hinder thoneighbors hummingbird Who can from receiving its portion the tobacco fly comes toll whence They are very swift ou tho wing Oiveuaboro Messeuger ¬ ¬ Id Thank You ncrs TAKING THINGS EASY for a Cup of Coffee Wildes was as cool as a cucumber So he but tho weather was warm called for a big palm leaf fan and calm as a woman at the opera fanned him¬ self So cool and calm was this Yankee fighter while the Spanish ships were sinking under the hail of lead that he remembered he had not had his break fast It speaks well for Wildes that un der the circumstances he bethought himself he was hungry If a man has a good nppetlte he is in good health and if hes healthy he can fight Feel- ¬ ing the cravings of his appetite Wildes ordered a cup of coffee to be served to him on the bridge One can easily imagine he hears Wildes order punc- ¬ tuated by orders thus Id thank you for a cup of coffee lieutenant youve got the correct range and not too much sugar An- ¬ other smash like that and the Cnstellas a goner This is probably the first cup of cof- ¬ fee ever served and consumed on a fight- ¬ Cafe a la ing bridge during battle Wildes will be a popular drink in ¬ ¬ proof papcraplatoof glass orasmooth hoard is placed in a tank or basin large enough to permit tho object to lie flat and level Water is then lot in through numerous little jots from the bottom of tho tank until the ob- ¬ ject is covered to a slight depth A drop or two of a volatile solution of some gum or rosin insoluble in wa ¬ ter is allowed to drop in the water and at once spreads itself in a thin layer over tho surface When a por- ¬ tion of tho volatile solvent has evap- ¬ orated leaving an exceedingly thin film of tho resin bitumen asphalt resin etc roposing en tho surface of tho water the professor whistles a tunc over it and the water and tho film aro thus thrown into rhythmical undulations each of which represents In a short time the n certain tone solvent vanishes entirely and the film of rosin is left floating on tho wa- ¬ ter The latter is now very gently and slowly withdrawn from the basin and tho film is thus gradually lowered to tho surface of the paper glass or wood object as tho case may bo When it comes into actual contact th object carrying tho film is remove and allowed to dry preserving all the time the marvelous display of colors that is presented while on tho water A recent number of tho Repertoire de Pharmacio had as an insert a little sheet of paper thus prepared moire as it is called As is usual in such in- ¬ ventions this is probably but the be ¬ ginning of a process that will prove of great value in tho arts indeed it is not beyond tho realm of possibility that the solution of tho vexing and hitherto unsolved problem of color photography may be found in this new device of catching and holding natures colors Philadelphia Rec- ¬ ord iviuuur ou nocil noip uiirijr uuusu ui lator excesses may havo woakoncd you Iiixposuro mny havo diseased you lou nro not pafo till cured Our New Method xourunno y Vounc Mnn Yon nro twilc fecblol anil liacKirdi nervous irribiblo nnd ex citable You becomo fonjotful morose and dcnoniletitt blnlchen arid nlmnics sunken cyos wrinkled face stoopinff form nnd downcast countcnanco reveal tno ought of your existence a WE CURE VARICOCELE No lndtlrr how unrtnns voiir CttSO mnv bo or how loncyou may havo had it our NEW MBTllOD TUBATMBNT will euro it Tho wormy veins return to thoir normal condition nnd henco tho soxttal organs reecho proper nourishment Tho organs bocomo vitalized all unnatural drains or losses ccaso and manly powor roturn No temporary benefit but a permanent euro nRsnrcd NO CTltn NO PAY NO OIKllA- TION NKOLSSAUY NO DETEN ¬ TION FJtOM BUSINESS ¬ 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 reliable war news ¬ Wo trent nnd euro SYPHILIS OLBET EMISSIONS IMPOTENOY STllira HE VARICOCELE SEMI ¬¬ NAL LOfcsKS BLADDElt AND KID NEY dicascs CONSULTATION FKEE HOOKS FREE CHARGES for a 01 The Daily piiTAinn Auk nutMn ST ION DLANK for ilOilE Kennedys Kergan vmmPTMwww The ft 122 W FOURTH ST CINCINNATI O Kentucklans Telegraph erviee Is now equal to the best and covers all matters of interest at home and abroad The Kentuckian is published every evening except Sunday and every department of the paper is supplied with a T Alamo HAtrroMO 9t iifiTlr St Louis San Francisco RR CAR ROUTE BETWEEN THROUGH AND ¬ ¬ But Wildes was not the only hungry man In thtft fleet during the first part of the magnificent fight Dewey was hungryand being kind and thoughtful he remembered that all his men and all So his officers must be hungry too when breakfast time came Dewey drew off his fleet and every Yankee on the fleet enjoyed his breakfast very much Having finished breakfast indeed they went back and finished the Span ¬ Uncle Sams navy DIFFERENT REGIONS Seem to Repel and Others to Attract Human Life Regarded in their relation to man the different regions of the earth may Some SPRINGFIELD PITTSBURG JOPLIN WICHITA EUREKA SPRINGS PARIS FT SMITH DALLAS iards COL JONES ALLEN Tho Man Who Inspect nnd KcvInch All the PrexK IlMiintclic Sent Via Key West Capt Jones Allen nominated a lieu ¬ tenant coloncl by the president Is n sphinx and a terror to the corrcspoVid ents now quartered at Key West The new lictvJtcnant colonel Is the censor of the press dispatches at that point and although implacable In that capacity he Is a very good fellow otherwise lie was graduated from the military acad- - Success in naval warfare has noth ing of the hifalutiu sensational aspect about it thoro is uo wavingof swurda and cheering to the menj uo piep aration for heading the boarders and thua driving tho onemy from his ships It is now a question of higher mathe matics as to how tho guns shall bo trained to strike the enemys ship so far distant that the men upon her aro undistinguiahablo oveu with marine glasses It is wo Bay the gray brain tissue highly developed and properly organized which wiua the victory ¬ ¬ Tho real namo of tho littlo king of Spain is Alfonso Leo Ferdinand Maria James Isidore Pascal Antonio king of Spain of Castilo of Leon of Aragon of tho two Sicilies Jerusalem of Navarro of Granada of Toledo of Valoucia ofGalicia of Majordcaof Minorcaof Murcia of Jaen of Algoro of Alogoziarsof Gibraltar of Canaries of tho Eastand West Indies of Iudia and Oceanic continent Archduko of Burguudyof Brabaut and of Milan count of Hapsburg aud of ustriauko COL JONES ALLEN Consor of Press Dispatches at Key West Fla arranged under two general tjpc Somo seem to repol man who dois not establish cities or largo states in thorn Their inhabitants lead a kind of vcgctablo existence often as noand mads always thinly scattered poor if not wretched with no aspirations beyond material existence Other lands on the contrary seem to at tract human life Men flow to them from all quarters as tho blood from Thcj tho extremities to the heart collect in opulent cities and build u powerful states in which brilliant en ilizntions develop But only a supci licial glanco over history is sufficient to enable us to recognize that Hum centers of resort and centers of change their places in th course of ages and on every side v behold them undergoing alteration of grandebr and decay countries oner resplendent with glory aro now de sorted and wretched while men nio thronging toward regions which the formerly persistently avoided Tin reason of these contrasts is to bof omul in the complex relation between tin1 land and man If man goes to one placo in preference to another it is be cause ho finds thoro a fuller satisfai Hon of his desires and wants To ob tain tho largest sum of enjoyment at the price of tho smallest exponclitinr of effect is essentially a law of man conclude life Wo mny therefore that if man turns away from a rogiui to which ho was onco attached it becauso the resources have become in M his eyes relatively less valuable L Galloucdcs in Popular Science Monthly bo ¬ ¬ ¬ ¬ ¬ i SAN ANTONIO HOUSTON GALVESTON Solid Vottibulod Trsins with Pullman Slcopcrj Harvey Dining Halls and Reclining Chair Can Maps timo tables and full Information furnlthed upon application to W 0 MELT1LLE Tray Pasir Agent GT LOUIS MO CEO JsfMfnr news service that cannot be surpassed in all T SICII0LS0X Gen I Pasir Agent ST LOUIS MO q Western tucky I HIS -- Ken ¬ CtKyijsuw jFkllw rm SfsMy JilJ i lifts um iimn Daily delivered In ihe city 10 Cis fl1 -- r rr ttttriv t T - itf rs Per feet WCKIflU DIBS All The Local Mews National Tele 99 2 RATFS RY MAM WOtfTH HEADING State and WILL BB FOUND IN TI1R ¬ -- KERTUCKlftN AND THE Daily One Month Daily Three Months Daily One Year Semi Weekly Edition 1 35 lOO 400 yr 200 i WBBkly Emm Wo bnvo arranged n Clubbing Riito oy wnusn wo can givi Both Papers One Year for 225 Regular price for Both is 300 Wo Btivo you geuorous pnrt of this sum Seud or briug your cneh with order to tho The Kentuckian is printed in new and attractive type and its news pages are illustrated with the best pictures to be obtained etny In 1872 and spent three years with the Third cavalry In Wyoming After Killing in Pulaski County that he was detached for signal service Somerset Ky June 20 Satur ¬ and remained in that department of the day evening at 6 oclock John Perry army until 1878 He was sent to New Mexico for three years aud In 1881 Colyer a farmer of this county shot returned to the signal service In Wash ¬ and killed A J Catron Jailer of ington In 1881 he rejoined the Third cavalry then In the Indian territory Both were intox- ¬ For two years from 1887 to 1889 he Pulaski county at icated The trouble came up over was detailed as cavalry instructor for West lolut was detached again tfAt feeling which grew out of the signal service and from 1802 to 189t he Colyiir Wickcrsham tragedy some was a member af Gen Miles staff at Chicago Since 1891 Capt Allen hus six months ago done staff duty chiefly with don Kuger and CI en Morrltt He was pro ThnnkV to Spain moted to tho rank of captain ten years ThankB to the belligoront idiocy of ago Spnin wo shall bo the owuors of Porto Londons 31 ilk Supplr n Ji0nln Rico tho Philippine tho Ludrono and If only pure m worc 8 Caroljno Islands and whatever oleo it is estimated that from 20000 to So to Spain posBowaH that we mpy need 000 more cojws woujd be wanted up thp supply in Pur busiues qf ooijduflUiig the ShimIL Potnteefe iH Gr4cHHHil largest rrmblio pq earths New Yprk jriftw Iti1 PrtHsntand polatQTicyer Journal larger wan xnarui t i ¬ lord of BiBcay and Molina Wasnt Blamed for That An old lady from Oxford Mich who with hor husband had spent the winter in this state was asked by one of hor neighbors if sho had hoard an Yes earthquake while in California and heard ono she answered I rather enjoyed it for it woslio first thing that happened since John and J havo been married that he did not Sim think I was to blamo for Francisco Argonaut Necessary Adjunct KENTUOKIAN IIopkluavillctKy Subscribe Now And Get The News Send in your subscription by mail Call at the office in the Ken ¬ At a moroly nominal prlco tho Now York LtidKorlsinaltiiiKonoot tho mot remnrknblu Camera oITith of tiisea30ii They aro smuiinu out an ImiiiMiaonuinborofcamornstoall partti of tho United Statoi It Is In ronllty but for tho Camera with comnloto outfit for jiho toKraphtJJK and duvcloiilnu Bond to day for full lmrtloularri regarding this rmarl ablo of for asltlsoxtromoly lliultoct The Unmoral thoroughly high crnilo nnd flint olnsa in ovory rispoot flttod with all modern imprnvemonta and Is guatantoed na represented AddieHd QAME1U 137- Cerrts - tuckian Building first floor at 212 South Main Street or telephone 99 2 i i 9 kP Guzzler Wore I hero any theatrical performances in tho timoof Nero Jawbilt- - There couldnt havo boon Tobaccq wjs not in uso then so tho villain could not havo had a THE cigar or a cigarette to smokd-s-ToTopics wfl Address M Meaoliairi Publisher DEPARTMENT NEW YORK LEDGER special pre lKDOKH UUlLDlNQ NVCITV Watohn fa ii An Enormous Debt wUmUdatW5O0Q09P Tha Russian national debt diluting and Q to a ninny ovr Klven valuable articles are A wy New York IiCdgeri Ledger putjding NwJfork l at oneii for DflVC Should send JuiitBued DU10 Vrosgeu AlrKHIoUi mlumllit pitfl UlnLu rCCs HOPKINSVILLE norv KY M x - iv w BEO US p PERSONAL GOSSIP o VI i p 1 MILL BLOWN UP in ARj v t the city Mose Elb returned home from Work of Men Supposed lo Be Dawson to day Spanish Spies Esq W B Brewer of Fairvicw spent the day here Gol R A Burnett of jCadiz is Ji Captured and the IIIUIU rtllVMUlU VVU IOne Injured And t frofton is Others Escaped Mr Ed Higgins of here on business to day Miss Manic Cobb of Paducah is Spec ¬ visiting Mrs C F Jarrctt Cincinnati O June 20 ialsThe smokeless powder finish ¬ Dr John P Bell and Prof U D ing house of the King Powder Co Clardy of Bell were here to day thirty miles from here was blown Mr Tom Barbour went toSlaugh up last night and completely de- ¬ tersvillc this morning on business A man presumably a molished Miss Lucy Moore has gone to said to have caus ¬ Owensboro on avisitto her brother foreigner who is ed the explosion was picked up Mr W II Crews a prominent badly injured His alleged partner Lafayette farmer Bpent the day in The the city was seen running away sheriff is in pursuit Mr Jas West and wife whohave been at Dawson returned this I i- Br Ilille of Roaring Sprlhg is MANY INDICTMENTS afternoon i r I - Miss Cora Mason of Adairvillc Large Number Returned Against Ky arrived this mornihgbft a visit Bank and Turnpike Officials to Mrs S J Dalton Miss Nannie Brandon fjji of NashI4 The grand jury yesterday morn- - ville will arrive thisyevening to of in ing returned a large number visit Mrs W R Howell dictments against prominent citi- ¬ Dr P E West wife and child zens directors and officers in the various turnpike companies of the who have been visiting relatives at county charging them with failing Princeton returned home this aftervlo make settlement with the County noon 7 Court of the There are thirteen Mrs James Utterbackjf and child indicted representing have returned from a three weeks jl gentlemen lour ot tne principal companies as visit to Hopkinsville Paducah Christian County Union Visitor If follows Turnpike Co Hopkinsville Nash- Miss Katie Jones daughter of E ville and Bradshaw Road Turnpike went to M Jones of Newstead Co Kentucky and Tennessee Turn- ¬ morning to visit pike Road Co Hopkinsville and Madisonville this Mrs Reese Clarksville Branch Turnpike Co Mrs Beler Mason of Springfield Another indictment that will of a sensation was Tenn arrived this afternoon from cause something returned against James W Boyd Dawson and will spend a few days late workhouse keeper charging with Mrs S J Dalton him with knowinirlv holdinir an Miss Lilly Brown daughter of office after his term expired Judge M D Brown will leave mL other indictments Wednesday for Connansburg Pa fflWgrekiram Kenner malicious col to spend the summer with her sis- ¬ A flshooting ter Mrs McGahey Same carrying concealed deadly Mrs Thos P Cook of Murray a weaPons Same and Ellen Fox fornication arrived in this city Saturday night f Henry Hopper and Carrie Dulin on a visit to relatives and she and her husband Judge Cook are the fornication guests of Mr W H Elgin on North irAlbert Haskins flourishing a J v Main street fYpistol i Same carrying concealed deadly Mrs Wm Hughes entertained a - R H Turner obstructing public highway Bill Diuguid same Willie Leavell petit larceny i Remus West Will Hughes Tom Owen Cal Cooley vagrancy VcaPns ft small party informally at cards Wednesday morning in honor of Mrs Long of Hopkinsville Pret- ¬ ty prizes were awarded The As You Like It club was prettily entertained by Mr and Mrs J D Wilcox Tuesday evening in honor of the guests at the Wilcox The caseagainstPhipps charged home Mrs Jong of Hopkinsville with breaking open Kings store Mrs Wood of Baton Rouge and was tried to day and a verdict of Miss LaRue of Bowling Green not guilty returned Paducah Register Lighting Co Hopkinsville Gas HERE AND THERE Important Notice To intending consumers We respectfully call your atten tion to the fact that our liberal offer of SO feet of service pipe and free ditching will shdrtly be with- ¬ drawn It is to your interest to put in your application before July 1st and receive this absolutely free gift Also the use of a gas range for 30 daysQfrce of charge which can be purchased at abso- ¬ lutely cost price Gas for fuel pur- ¬ poses 125 per 1000 fuel and light 150 illuminating exclusively Apply to A Patton 200 Manager Howe Bldg Main St 7 J a m to 9 p m In the Police Court Gabe Mabrey col fined house intj- street walk- - 10 Sent to the work Geo Meriwether col breach of the peace fined 2J Sent to the work house Meriwether struck another color- ¬ ed boy named Sam Summers on the head with a rock fr Death of Miss Duerson Miss Mary Duerson an asylum patient died Sunday afternoon of She was exhaustion from Mania 45 years old and had been under The re ¬ treatment for five years to Trenton her mains were taken old home this morning for inter- m out Pattin is Not Oend Conflictinc reports have come bout the condition of Henry Pat- tin shot by Geo Hopper near Pee Remember the Haine Dee June 11th Heis not dead as Place to get your fine Merchant at one time reported but the latest Tailoring ia by Fowright Pants information is that lie is hkely to made for 3t 5 7 and SuitsSM v 15 20 recover i u lUl V - Best Summer Cheese at Bres Candy Kitchen Esq Alex Campbell is having a well dug on his premises on North Main and will put up a wind mill New styles in Baby Buggies just See and price them in It will pay you A W Pyle Rev S N Vail wishes to sell his fine family mare with buggy will dispose of her at a bargain Per- ¬ fectly hoSc for a lady to drive The Paducah Register claims to have a red hot tip that there is likely to be another candidate for Co- ¬ ngress hi the First district This is rather indefinite What mout be be the gentlemans name Out of ninety eight applications for West Point thirty eight passed the examinations for cadets Among them are Carl Boyd George and Anthony B Burnam Jr of Ken- ¬ tucky Mr W P Titus the uvull known printer of Clarksville and Miss Mary Ethel daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Newhouse will be married on the evening of the 28th inst at the home of the parents of in that city the bride-to-b- e G L Morrill writes from Rev Hopkinsville that he is having a royal time and expects to be back Tuesday in time to have chapel The Hopkinsville papers service compliment very much the doctors organ recitals Owensboro Mes ¬ senger lins ¬ thissubject is stilt not finally set ¬ crop of wheats lie was hi the city tled Tile temperance report is the yesterday attending the Baptist Association and shaking hands next thing on the program ¬ Many of the delegates are leav with his friends in the city CONTINUED ROM 1ST PAGE ing but the association will not DAILY MARKET REPORT Jennie Durrclt Col A Victim sociations to express what they finish its work before to morrow feel and desire about the matter of John Brinkleys Pistol Corrtolcl Dully lly ttcn Hiuvllnn Hunker Dr Wllltsltts Sermon Sunday ulul ltrokor llnpklnnvUlo Ky I have tried to get the trustees to M t Dr Whitsitt preached at the investigate thi matter but they OhlciiRo Aturket Cumberland Presbyterian clutreh In the Hip twice refused and instead of set ¬ divert a Flesh Wound Opg Iligt Closing tling the question they merely gave yesterday as announced in theKEN78 Besides the congrega ¬ Cash Wheat TUCkian Saturday iNigiu near it back to general discussion They 72 U 72 V call for liberty liberty Liberty tion he was heard by a large num ¬ July Wheat Casky 7 67 for what To say that Benedict ber of delegates and visitbrs from Sept Whdat 32 Corn July 32 32 and Hague do not say things they other churches A33 32 33 Dr Dcvittf introducing him Sept Corn do say It is a cold Saturday night in join bur To say a woman should spoke in elegant form and with JiUy Oats 23 24tf 24tf June vvlien a colored shooting af should husbands church when she modest compliments of Dtv Whitsitt Sept Oats 21 21 20tf not Dr Whitsitt may be a fraydoes not occur somewhere in Baptist 9 57 9 80 whom he had known since the year July Pork 980 but he is not up to my Christian county 5 72 5 80 57 and who ia now at the head of July Lard 5 80 took place in standard He is too much a Bap ¬ Saturday night it 5 55 5 55 tist from apedo Baptist standpoint the largest Theological Seminary July Ribs 5 40 the public road near Casky about They in the United States G6 calls 68 Sept wheat puts say Veddcr Newman and t 11 oclock at night John Brinklcy Dr Whitsitt tool his text from Now YorkfSlocks iind Cotton Burge endorse these things he shot Jennie Durrctt the wife of says They tell me they do not the Song- of Solomon 3 Chapter 4 Opg Iligt Closing the pistol ball taking Jack Durrett I found him whom my soiil while Thomas Parker Underhill verse 6 27 6 30 Aug Cotton 6 29 effect in her right side and ranging and many others utterly repudiate loveth 1 1G i 15 Am Tob 1 14 downward into her hip Dr Whitsitts idea and laugh at Those who came expecting to Chicago Gas 95 97 97 If there was provocation for the his conclusion I went to see him hear an outburst of oratory were C B 1 04 1 03 1 04 Q shooting it has not come to light doubtless to talk on these subjects 52 52 52 N but mon was disappointed His ser- L woman was walking along The a poem of peace full of the 1 05 1 04 Manhattan 1 04 her young stepson he refused to talk about it the road with The Seminary is proved not to be sweet reasonableness of Christi- ¬ StiP ar il 304 1 32 41 32 when Brinkley appeared and as His words were those of a Coal under Baptist control There are59 anity 23 Iroiiv 23vi23 soon as he saw her fired at her Trustees vacancies caused only by teacher the philosopher and con umcago nccHipiiwAo uiiyi He had previously called at her death It would take thirty years tainingnot a single note or echo of Wheat i 10 home for her at Mr A G- Bells yi r 293 Cars defiance Neither was there any- ¬ Cars he started out- to for the denomination to make a thing in his appearance to indicate Corn Not finding her 133 Cars gone to Mr G change Dont let the Seminary go the stormy session of the Associa- ¬ Oats M hunt her as she had entirely This is a conditional ar- ¬ Hogs21000 Head W Winfrees not far away h rangement We are but trying to tion through which he had passed IIogiMiiirketv When the woman was shot she make a correction in the Seminary on the previous day unless it was Hogs To day 38000 fell in the road and remained there in the evident longing for peace standing hear by We love it We do not wish to de that pervaded his entire discourse Hogs To morrow i t 24000 with Brinkley stroy it Trustees have a moral ¬ 3J2 Light until the boy went after her hus4 control but no legal control The 397 Mixed t a it At the Churches Sunday band She is a large woman yeigh board must elect one of the three i 390 Rough ing 200 pounds and as soon as help The program of church services Perr announced in Saturdays Kkntuck Heavy t 402 she was removed to herliome nominated by the committee came followed and tried o get son al loyalty to Christ involved in ian for Sunday was carried out with Brinkley the wife and husband question Rainfall and Temperature the husband to accept a comprom- ¬ one or two changes Dr T T and personal responsibility The rainfall for Jtine 19 was 84 ise and not rejort it Here followed spirited questions Eaton wentto Madisonville and Dr of an inch for the 20th 00 of an He is still at large probably hid and interruptions and much per- ¬ Carter Helm Jones preached at the inch Theternperature hasrtanged ing in the vicinity The grandjury sonal spirit and bad temper Ap ¬ Baptist church at 11 oclock and from 87 to 62degrees is investigating the affair Dr A J Barton at night Dr M Brinkley will probably claim plause and laughter alternated He made a mistake sixteen P Hunt who was to preach at the that the shooting was accidental years ago and then came out and colored Baptist Virginia street The woman will not be likely to avowed the Independent articles ns church went home and his place die a thing to be proud of and as a dis- ¬ was filled by another appointment The Wells Boarding House covery Dr Whitsitt is orthodox DR CLARDY NfcTURNS Wednesday evenirtgbSfOre but defective From the Ministers meeting begam upon The time is coming when no mat- ¬ ¬ Thursday morning last the Yells ter what a professor teaches itwill Arrives Saturday From Washing ton for the Summer Boarding House Delegation Lbegan be impossible to remove him He to assemble and continued togrow may say he believes the creed and Congressman J D Clardy has re ¬ until we reached the number of be not a Baptist seventeen r Dr Kerfoot here asked several turned home from Washington for As to the royal manner of enter- ¬ questions which Dr Eaton an ¬ the summer Congress has not ad- ¬ tainment given at the Wells board ¬ swered Dr Eaton concluded and journed but the business in the ing house we desire to say The Dr Penrod read affidavits of C M House has been about finished and house is modern and elegant beau- ¬ Thompson J II Burnett B J there Was nothing to keep him tifully located handsomely furnish- ¬ Davis W M Hall W H Vaughan there He arrived just in time to ed with bathing department beyond Mary Regan L LCaldvelltotheef look after the harvesting of his big RbvsM 1 HUNT IE description The rooms are com- ¬ fect that Dr Whitsitt had said a aAigwwaMM3Wwn3raWMainMgq modious well lighted and venti- ¬ wife ought to join her husbands We are going to quit lated and the beds havens of rest church A point of order on taking to the weary and worn indeed a the vote by yeas and nays was man not tired can find rest upon raised by Dr Kerfoot and over- ¬ profit Making y them And what can we say i ruled The roll call then began justice to the dining hall and espe- ¬ The regular vote showed 176 for cially of the long tables groaning the resolutions and 22 nfjainst with good things for the inner X call of the absentees increased man the final figuress to 202 yeas and We venture to say at least this 25 nays much that no delegation to the and exactly one month earlier than usual we inaugurate Monday Mornings Session General Association has fared ¬ As soon as the Association re- our Grand Clearance Pjilo of seasonable goods Phis more pumptuQijsly than we and convened this morning R G Sey ¬ then the patient untiring land lady sale will commence we do not hope to find words ex ¬ mour Missionary and Secretary of pressive of her kindness and hospi the Bible Department of the Amcritality but we do desire to give this cai Baptist Publishing Society public appreciation of our home in was introduced and recognized by JLCJij the Wells House and thank the the body assignment committee for sending jpr T T Eatons resolution for a Conimiasion of Education a spe and will close Satirdny JunoJ8 thus giving you an op ¬ us to this home cial order for Monday morningwas W 1 IWiLiiAMS Chm passed after the elimination of the portunity to buy your spring croods at gieatly reduced T C Mahan Clerk Co ordination clause prices Each day duriug this sale will bring forth many Of Delegation Dr Jno D Clardy our Congress ¬ He Lost a Leg man attended to days session of UpshawJMerritt col of this city the Association fell under an train at Hender ¬ The report of the State Sunday al son about 1 oclock this morning School Board and that of State Ex- and one leg was cut off below the ecutive Board were read and re ¬ and thoso who do not come during this hale will miss knee One of Merritts hands was an opportunity of a lifetime ferred to eight oclock to night In addition to the ex ¬ also badly crushed and three lingers had to be amputated An A A Cuban resolution was offered treme low prices we offer we have an elegant liiie of excursion was run over this divi ¬ by Dr J S Coleman and passed t sion of the L Ni road to Evans- - unanimously That a comiiittee of ville Sunday and Merrjtt was a a Resolved He was enroute home ftve each of whom shall be a mem passenger when the accident happened but jbbr in good standing in some one of further particulars could not be the churches of our State be ap consisting of Book Cases Table Screens Hocking pointed by the Moderator who on learned rfT A WOMAN Sire VOTED 1 - I 1 I n 4 JJ - - - m WED MAY LN GREAT B ARGAINS FURNITURE - South Main by prizing off one of the iron bars of a window and car-¬ ried off a lot of goods The cash drawer was opened and all thecash about 150 was taken Among Burglars Make a Haul find of the churches and member nets These articles arc Sometime last Saturday night sjUp which it represents petition burglars effected an entrance into the President and both Houses of home and are froo the store of Mr J R Reeves on Congress of the United States that in the formulation of a government tiir UtUllll r Ul iu llllti rJ UUI1L I ill i a XliKUlftUIUII Chairs Writing Desks Hat Hacks and Medicine Cabi ¬ elegant and wilt adorn any Remember Our Motto -- other merchandise missing was a lot of pocket cultery several boxes of cigars and cigarettes As soon as the theft was discovered the por lice were notified and are now at work on the case Have you bought your war bonds yet If nott wlwt are you waitingfor - the island of Cuba they exercise their fullest and strongest influence jo secure the incorporation into its fundamental laws pf that principle so just in the sight of God and man and so dear to every true hearted American which will guarantee beyond nil possibility pt repeal the fullest equality of religious rights and privileges to every inhabitant of the island Most of the forenoon wa devototd of More for your money ilian any oilier house ur your money back Yours truly V to Uie dicukHi of mib 4 OFKINSVILLE KY mmKLn