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EARL1NGT0N, HOPKINS COUNTY, KY., FR1DA1, OCTOBER 18, 1912
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HON. G. 0. LETCHER
r Midc His Initial Hopkins County
Address Before Wilson-
' , Marshall Club
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..t IN THE CITY HALL LAST NIGHT
, Tha Earlington Wilsou-Mar-,
, shall Olub held its regulnr week-,-
1 meeting at the Oity Hall at
Earlington lust night. Oat of
thoclub3 membership of n little
over 400, thore wore about 30O
present, all sections of flopkine
II County being represented, to
U hear the Hon. G.'O. Letcher, of
Heudo'rsou, who was the guest of
the club and tho speaker of the
eveuiug. To say thatTr. Letch-
y- er made a good speech would be
putting it mildly as onfall sides
it Was. ..pronounced ono of the
best speeches delivered in this
section of the State In a loue
n j sjmo. He held hia audieuce to
' the man for a little over an hour,
and was frequently interrupted
by applause during tho speech.
The reports of the Secretary
and Treasured were read and un-
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amiousiy auoptou. juio oucru
tary's report showing something
over 400 members enrolled, and
the Treasurer's report showing
) i that a little oveyfllU naa oean
subscribed to the Ulub. .
1UU IIU.l IWUOLJUfi ui bug wiuu
will bo held at the Earlingtou
- Oity Hall Thursday, October 24,
at 7:80 p. m., at which time it is
understood that the Hon. D. H.
Kincheloe will address the Olub.
For any Itchiness of the ikln. for skirt rashes,
chap, p(mplo, etc., try Doan's ointment. 30c
The Boyds have filled hundreds of
engagements during the several patl
seasons. Their extended experience In
many states audbofore critical and
i1 popular nudlencqs hus given their work
nn oJjpcUoneo and a finish that can be
obtained in uo other way,
Their requirements of themselves are
of the very highest. Of fino musical
culture, they give nn evening's cuter-
talnnient of real worth that wins praise
from the most exacting and yet such
as Is equally enjoyed by those who are
3 not musicians. In a word, they pre-
1 sent not only programs thnt are high
class, but programs that please.
5 Both aro pianists and accompanists'
both aro singers. Mr. Boyd is one of
tho cleverest of readers, and the two
present in" costume" sketches' that are
exceedingly Interesting and attractive,
Ono feature of their musical pro-
IP oram flint: hns nrovnd vcrv nouular Is
a group of old sougs that were favor
ites years ago, including one or two
ef tho finest of sacred selections.
U&. N. TIME CARD.
Timo 01 arrival qf trains passing
'- through aud departure of trains
k originating at Earlington.
. " Effective Sunday, April 9, 1911.
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' No". 107 12.57 p. m.
No. 109 8.10 p.m.
' No. Ill 6,10 p-m.
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M. H. &E. TIME CARD.
M. H. & E. time card went into
' effect Sunday, April 9, 1911.
' No, 112 leaves 5:45 a.m.
No. 113 arrives. ...8:80 p. m.
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tral trains from JSTortonVille, Kv.
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Thousands Ailcndintf Convention
Christian Churchei in Louisville
Louisville Is the Mecca for Disci
pies of Christ this week whore the
International Conventions aro in
session. Every roan lis bringing
train loads of delegates; special
trains coming from Washington,
Chicago, Kansas City, Indianapolis
and other of the large cities. Rep
resentatives ar6 In attendance from
uearly very State In the Union,
Canada, England, France, Australia
and the Mission fields.
The Introductory session on Tues
day night at tho Armory whero tho
Convention Is being hold, was atten
ded by five thousand people. Ad
dresses of welcome were delivered
by Gov. McCreary, Mayor Head, of
LoviBvllle and Rev. E. L. Powell.
These were felicitous and gems of
In the basement are exhibitions
from all the missionary orgaulza
tions showing curios; from all the
heathen lands. Publishing houBeB
and polleges have vied with each
other Jn their attractive displays.
The oonvoutlon Is tho oceaaion for
a home coining of Kentucklans
scattored throughout tho land, and
geuulne Kentucky hospitality Is be
ing dlspoustd on every hand. "Myl
Old Kentucky Homo'' Is a favorite
Bong in the convention; The report
for the year's work exceed those of
any previous year, aud insplratlopal
addresses are being delivered by
some of the most eloquent speakers.
Sunday promises to be a great
day, when nearly overy Protestant
pulpit m the city will bo filled by
visiting preachers and tne Commun
ion Service in tho afternoon will be
attended by about twenty-thousand
Tne Earlingtou party are all en
joying the' convention nd are pleas
antly located. Mr. and .MrB. JBraz
olton and Howard being at the Wil
lard, Mrs- w5. Long, Mrs. John
Long, MrB. W. R.'Coyle, Mrs. H. L.
.Browning and Helen at thoVYatter
Bon, Mr. and Mrs.rF, D. Rah at tlfe
Seolback and Mrs. E. R. MoEuen
with relatives and friends.
IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW
What a.Heap of Happiness it Would
- Bring to Darlington Homes x
Hard to do housework with an
BrlngB you hours of misery at lea
sure or at work.
If women only knew tho cause
Bachache pains -often come from
'Twould s'avounuoh needless woo.
Doan's Kidney PlllB are for -weak
Road what an Earlington citizen
Mrs. Francis Rutherford, Earling
ton, Ky., says: "For three years I
was afflicted with Kidney trouble.
I had Bevere pains in tho small of
back, especially when stoopplug or
lifting aud my back aohed at night.
I was all tired out in the morning
and felt languid and nervous. Head
aches were common and I had dizzy
spellB that affected my sight. The
kldnoy secretions were also m bad
Bhape. X have used Doan's Kidney
Pills for these troubles and they
have brought me great relief. I al
ways keep them in the house."
For sale by all d ealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the
Remember the name-Doan's
and take no, other.
Killed in Country Coal Mines
Johnnie Moore, f-he ten year
old son of W7 M. Moore, was in
stantly killed while at work in
his fathers mine near St. Charles
Wednesday. )le was at work
with his older brother, when the
roof caved iu crushing his life
out. His brother was also caught
by the falling slate and slightly
injured, but managed to work
his way out and give the alarm.
The body of the boy was rescued
iu a short time.
To My Friends: I am in the
Idle Hour Popularity Contest
and- respectfully ask that my
friends save, their coupons for me
and help m,e to win the Watch or
Bracelet. 1 will appreciate auy
favor no matter how small.
In the absence of the minister
there will be uo preaching Sunday.
The, Commission servioe will be
conducted by Mr. Jns. Rast Immed
iately following the BIblq School.
The Bible School last Sunday
reached 150 andythe attendance next
Sunday promised to bo even larger.
Tho Men's, CIusb is
Freak of Nature
Joel MoTherson, of Madisonvllle,
brought to this office tho bough of a
Juue apple tree with au apple 6u ib
half as lajge as a "lieu egg. This is
the flrrtlme the trte has ever borne
and'it Is jilso the first time a, June
apple tree was ever known to bear
fruit In October.
Still Increasing in Interest New
Leader This Week and Four
Others Crowding Her
, Interest in the IDLE HOUR'S
Popularity contest is still in
creasing aud a new leader ap-
I nears at the, head of the Jist.
Miss liatheriue Feuwick is in the
Ijaad with 67,845 votes and there
are four others crowding her
.closelv fdr the lead. -Tho way
the votes are showing lip now it
Lib any bodys flrst' prizfe and the
Sue who wins ip the one who
A Bargain Month
This is the EvunBville Courier's.
aunual bargain mouth. Subsorlp-H0jl to the leader -uext Friday,
tionswlllbo taken In October for
only $2 00, covering ihe daily Cour
ier by mall oue year. Thousands of
subscriptions are now being receiv
ed by thlB fine newspaper.
Cheapest accident Insurance Dr. Thomas'
Elecilc Oil. Per burns, scalds, cuts aud emer
gencies. All druggists sell it. sjcandsoc.
Mrs. Will Ebylcn Drops Dead
Mrs. Will Ebylen, who lives
near the Arboretum in this city,
dropped dead Wednesday after
noon. She had been in excellent
health heretofore. The physician
saya the cause of her death was
the' bursting of a blood vessel.
She 'leaves a husband and one
child. The funeral will take
this afternoo'n at01ive Branch.
sympathy to the bareaved hus
band aud baby.
Wreck on l. C.
rear end collision
on the I. O. near Hamby's Sta
tion. 'Passenger train No. 01
ran into the rear end of freight
train 261 "While it' was taking
water at the tank4and threw nine
carsiu tho-ditch. No one was
injured 'and the wreck was soon
The Hon. G. O. Letcher, of Hen
derson, and Ed IL. Youug, of Madi
sonvllle were entertalried at the
home of Paul Bauks after the speak
ing last night.
IDLE HOUR CONTEST
lne two prjzes
,s Dou't forget the handsome set
Silverware that is to be award-
October 25. Go to work and win
this set of silver. &uy oue in
cpnteet can do it? if they try.
- Following is the standing of
iissKatheririe Feuwick,. .57.345
1tfis tiliKnheth Lone 50.925
tyre. J. P. Hamer 50,420
Mise Florence Floyd 55 725
Miss Nellie McMauuB.. ,..53,450
JVliss Lelm Vaughn 80,975
Miss Mary E. Burke 85,200
Miss Emma Vinson 34,525
ifrisb Jimmie D. Emberton.88,025
Miss Gladys Wliitford.. ..24,925
Miss Veronica Hanua 22,400
Miss Agnes Mulvaney 20,325
Miss Eunice Draper 19,200
Mjss Sybil Abx,- -18,950
MiB Audry Cobb. '. 17,200
CHARLES R. TAGGART
Charles K. Taggnrt vhasbeen en
tertaining audiences' since the year
1805, but prior to ten years ago his
work was largely confined to Now
.England He Js often styled the "Man
From Vermont." .Vermont is the state
in which he lives, and Ills rendition ol
"Plneville Folks" Is In part descrip
tive of the real Yankees near the town
where he grew up.
Mr. Taggnrt'8 programs are made up
of piano selections and songs, recita
tions and character sketches, ventrllo
qulal dialogues and violin mimicry.
Among those wh6 have heartily rec
ommended bis programs appear such
pames as Florence M. Klngsley, Dr. S.
Parkes Cadman, Strickland Glllllan
and Edward J. Wheeler, editor of the
Literary Digest. Mr. Taggart has ap-
Took Eight Games io Decide (he Champ
By defeating the New York
champions of the' National leagne
8 to 2 Wednesday in ten innincs
the Boston Bed Sox won the
Worlds Championship. The
series was the best ever played
between major league clubs, tak
ing eight games to decide the
THE ANITA SINGING ORCHESTRA.
One Of the most popular musical
numbers which have ever appeared on
this course will bo heard here this sea
son, the Anita Singing Orchestra This
orchestra comprises six talented and
refined young ladles, who are equally
entertaining as singers, players of In
strumental inusiQ find pautoiplmlsts.
They present a great variety of music,
Including sougs with action, and appear
Iu special costumes. There Is a grace
ful blend of classic with the popular
and tho sublime with thq ridiculous.
They use no printed or fixed program,
but sustain a large and varied repertoire,
from which It is always convenient to
render either a classic, saqred or mis-
as the occasion
Mrs. Ralph Dunbar, formerly with
the noted Dunbar Quartet and Bell
Ringers, Is with this compauy and not
only participates In Its music, but
gives Impersonations which nro n de
light -to every tmdfence. Oho of her
interpretations is Dickens' "A Child's
Dream of a vStar." "Tho Little Dutch
Girl" is another selection with which
she always makes u hit. During the
seasois of, 1911 and 1912 there was no
company on" the entire list of Redpath
talent which received more hearty
commendation from Lyceum commit
tees everywhere, and they appeared on
some of tho largest courses.
OhnB. Lindsay Jr.. returned horns
Monday after a few days visit to
his aunt in Hopkinsville.
Mrs. Geo. Wathen of thiB city re
turned home Saturday from a vlsi
to relatives near Sebree Ky.
Bev, S. M. Bernard, Harry Ander
son and K. M. Hall left Monday for
Louisville to attend the National
Convention of the Christian Church.
The next attraction ab the Gar--rick
will be the Elks Minstrel of.
Henderson Oct. 23 Wednesday.
W. J. Dulln accompanied by Dr
Strother left Saturday for Roches
ter Mlnu. Mr. Dulln will enter thar
Mayo Sanitarium tor examination
Sory'B drug store will1 soon be Irt
their old home, madejiew again.
Misses Isabelle Gardiner and
Louise Wilson are visiting Iriend
in Louisville, BusjBelyllle and Hop
kinsville. Hey Ashby, the Advertising Man
ager, of the McLood Store, was or.
the sick list Monday. '
Mr. and Mrs. Oy Carslyle of tbe
country left" Saturday to visit rela'-v
tives In Illinois.
Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Taylor, and
children spent Sunday with rela
tlves In Olay.
Mrs. Ernest EaBtwood and child-.
re, of Morganfleld, spent Suuday
w(tl her parents In Earlington.
Miss Bonnie Vera Murphey left,
Wednesday for a visit to friends In
Mrs, C. C. Glyens returned home
Sunday frbm Henderson.
Special Grand Jury Establishes Record
Judge Gordon ordered a spec
ial Grand Jury, Same was em
paneled Toesdaymorning. Es
quire OateB, of !Daweon Sdringsv
was elected by the Court as
Foreman. The .jury received its
instructions aud retired to thes
Jury room and organized with Jl
E. Day, Of Dawson, as Sheriff
and Ernest Newton, of Earling
ton, as Olerk and proceeds to
business. Was iu session only
three days and when it mabo itsx
final report forty three bills was-,
returned. One defendant' had (
been convicted, sentenced to the?
peniteutary and lauded at Eddy
ville by the time ail the Grand
Jury reached home.,
Harry Bramwell, the popular con
ductor on the Interurban has moved
to the Tom Stono place on Main St.
Mrs. Lee Hart and daughter Sybil
of Madisonvllje, were In the city
yesterday visiting Mibs Elizabeth
"One job left with us will
i convince you."
Hollinger & Truempy
JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS
peered 200 times in New York city and
Descriptive of hia own work he
says: "If you are contemplating spend
ing an evening with me 1 can assnre
you that 1 shall be delighted to se
you, and I trust that we shall enjoy
ourselves to the fullest extent My
aim Is neither to teach nor preach, to
adylse nor lecture. I shall not seek to
g)ve you Information on any special
subject nor to iaflaence your minds la
any special direction. lf 1 can. turn
your pain lato pleasure by music, yoar
worrlofl Into wonderment by mimicry
and your sadnefw to smiles by humor
iu short, If 1 can succeed In lifting the
MrMi and bnrds from your life for
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