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EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KY., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1912
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ev. D. M, Harrison's Final Ser
mon on "The Pear! of
UNION SERVICE ATTENOBB fiY
MASONS, ELKS. BOY SCOUTS
AND MANY OTHERS
Beautiful Memento Presented in Name
of Host of Friends
Final wordu were said Sunday
night at the Christian Church in
Madisonville by Rev. D. M. Harrison
the iPropbytorlati minister there, to
members of tifa own congregation
and thoso of other congregations,
and to many others, saints and sin
ners, not members of auy congrega
tion. It was the oecasionof his'Ray
ing goodbye to Madisonville, of leav
ing ills last meqsago co the com
munity the speaker has come to love
very dearly during nearly three
yoarB of eervlco thero as pastor ot
the Presbyterian congregation. Tho
Borvices were held at the Christian
church because of its greater size,
.aud ministers and members of other
congregations joined there in a gen-'
eral union servioo to show their love
and respect for the man and tho
preaohor about to travel to another
state. Fhe Masons attended in a
body, aB did tho Elks, and last came
the Boy Hsouts to ulso show their
love Aud homago to a beloved friend
nntl advisor. Tho choir had been
especially made up of tho beat sing
ers from tho varions churcheH aud
the music rendered was excellent.
At tho Mnsonio Temple, before the
services, in tho presetico-of r. lnrgo
gathering 8 Masdn&nud friends, a
beautiful memento was presented to
Mr. Harrison, in tiie-forin of a
Kulzht Templar otitirm, as n token
of lovo and appreciation. The gift
was not from thy Musons, nor from
the Elks, but from tho citizens of
Madisonville without regard to lodge
or church affri'otion.
It was a touohlng iuoidentand the
recipient was affected sothat he
could make but briel reply, and life's
a Booth laddie who seldom wants for
words. So the incidont was not
perfunctory but brought out the
deep and Pincero feeling on both
sides. The presentation was briefly
nade by Heu. Ituby Lalfoou.
Mr. Hkrrison goes to Moberly,
Mo., where he will have charge of a
larger .congregation aud more im
portant work, but neither himself
nor his many warm friends here
abouts eau hope, perbapa, that lie
may ind again more staunch friends
in any other community to which
his work ot devotion, may takeihim
now or in the future. There follows
him an almest unanimous God
Speed. His sermon was upon "The
Pearl of Great: Price" and his ad
monition will be remembered "In
temptation, or trial, or misfortune,
wear your Pearl! "
COULt SHOUT FOX JOY
"I want to thank you from the
bottbm of tay hear.t," wrote C. B.
Radar, of Lewisberg, W. V.. "for
from Electric Bittrs. la earing me
of both, a htn case of stomach
trouble and of rheumatism, from
which Iihad been an almosvheip
less auffarer for ten years. It suited
my ease a thodgh made just for
me." for dyspepsia, indigestion.
iaundlce, and to rid the syBtem,ot
:idney poisons that cause rheuma
tiara, Electric Bitters have no.su
perldr. Try them. Every bottle is
guaranteed to satisfy. Only 60 cents
at all druggists.
Seclal ISmctlen Far Vitlien
! Mefcdiimt Erneat'Brinkley.Hd;
J, T. Ooleman entertained a num
ber of young folks at their home
on Sebree Ave. Friday evening
in honor of Misses Annie Lonise
Dedcs, of Elkton, Ky. and Hat
tie Vaughn, of Sibree, who have
been the guest of Miss Margaret
Mitchell for several days, Sev
eral interesting amusements were
in evidence aud thoroughly en
joyed by everyone, Delightful
refreshments were served by the
'Bor coughs and colds use BAL
LARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP.
It acts soothingly in the irritated
lung and' throat. Price S6o, BOo and
$1.00 per bottle. Sold by St: Bernard
Wining Co. Incorporated, Drug De
partment. HI 5
'Reuitd The Roundhouse
(By A R. RUtr)
Pumper Pingree Shaver is still oil. j
Paul Pilklngton was in Nashville
Sunday on business.
BobPrleBtgot the turkey at the
PrlncesB Saturday night. The boys
at tho Roundhouse say they can
smell gravy every time tho switch
eugina passes there.
It is reportod that Switch Engi
neer Fleming is sick again.
Wallace Vaughn went home Suu
dv to his4 mother."
Bosko Shavr -was In Nashville
last week. He 6nys he shore did
have a magnanimous time.
Rob Fenwick and Frank Giannlni,
Jr. are working on a switch engine
at Henderson this week.
A work train was run out of here
Monday mornlug to go to Bake tb to
scale the tunnel.
Noah Clark Ib off sick.
Engineer Bob Coggln waB in
Found-On the East Shop Track
last Friday afternoon at 3:45 that
other fellow that voted the Bull
Moose ticket. .Owner can have
have same by paying "for this add
aud Bending-us a year's subscrip
tion to the Outlook.
Shop Track Foreman Hlbbs is oil
duty severui days visiting in Illi
nois. W. 11. Adcock is acting as
foreman in ins absence.
Lawrence Turner was off Friday
and Saturday. Too much turkey.
Machinist Polk Blair has resigned
from tho service. It is reported lie
will move to Paducah in the near
futiird in search of
A FEELING OF SECURITY
You naturally feel secure when
you know that tho medioino'you ar
ubout to tulce-JB'absolutely puroniicl
contains uo harmful or habit pro
Such a medicine is Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp Root, the great Kldnoy,
Liver and Bladder Remedy.
Tne same standard of purity,
strength and excellence is maintain
ed In every bottle of Swamp-Root.
Swamp-Root is scientifically com
pounded from vegetable herbs.
It is not a stimulant and is taken
in teaspnonful doseB.
It ib not recommended for every
thing. It is nature's great helper in re
lieving and overcoming kidney, liv
er and bladder troubles.
A sworn statement of purity Ib
with every bottle of Dr. Kilmer's
If you need a medicine, you should
have the best.
If you are already convinced that
Swamp-Root Ib what you need, you
will And it on Bale at all drug stores
in bottles of two bIzsb, llfty-cents
1 Sample bottle ef Swamp-Ktot free by atall
Send to Dr. Kilmer A Co., Biug
hamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle,
free by mail It will convince any
one. You will also receive a book
let of valnabie Information, telling
all about the kidneys. When writ
ing be aure and mentlpn theEarllng
Nok Frem Ftattfef R.
Fort Wayne, -kdM Dec. 2.
Katherine Godfrey; 8 years old,
is growing a bewsnose, and, the
m&terialbare the lef tfloating rib
from hpHlkody and 'flesh taken
from ifheright forearm.
A year ago the child lost her
nose through ah accident. Three
weeks ago physicians decided up
on a novel operation. The float
ing rib was removed from the
chest and buried in the forearm,
until flesh grew about it.
The forearm was then bandag
ed tightly to the child's face,
where it will remain until the
flesh and bone unite with the
forehead, The final step will be
cutting the forearm loose from
the bniltfup-nose and the place
ing of fkin to prevent eo&is
Thus far every step in the opera
tion lias been successful.
Stop That Ache!
Any1 ache or pain in any part of
tbe body can be relieved with SbippB
Quick Relief Liniment. $100 reward
if it falls and the purchase price is
not refuaded. Try it and see. 5ic
at all ntufgitit,
Fire Caused by Heavy Electric
Voltage From Unknown
Source Two Oper
ators Es:ape .
LOSS ESTIMATED AT $22,000
Hopkinsville, Ky., Dec. 2. A
most unusual fire cnusing a prop
erty loss ot $22,000, occurred here
this morning betweeu 1 and 2
o'clock, when the automatic tele
phone system of the Borne Tele
phone company was completely
destroyed by the telephone wires
receiving such a heavy charge of
electric current from some out
side source, possibly a cross with
an arc light wire, that the 1,850
miles of minute wire connections
were totally burued out.
Not only are the three or four
hundred subscribers deprive of
telephone service but the fire
alarm system for the town is
likewise destroyed from the wat
er. The insurance is only $8,000.
The Home and Cumberland
telephone system were recently
combined here uuder tha as ae
of Ohristiau-Todd Telepht ,ie
Mr. BcnAshby And Mrs. Willie Eliza
Mr. Ben Ashby, of this city,
was united in marriage Friday
evening at Sicramentoto Mrs.
Willie Iglehart, of that city, the
ceremony being performed at
the home of the bride's brother.
Mrs. Iglehart is a charming and
cultured woman and was connect
ed for a time last year with
Dulin's Store here, holding a position-
in the suit department.
While in our city she made many.
Mr. Ashby is a prominent
church and Y. M. "O. A. worker,
and for years was in charge of
j)he Y. M. O. A. work in Madi
sonville. He. has recently ac
cepted a position as Y. Mt O. A.
director at Jenkins, a new town
n Eastern Kentucky, and. wherg.
he will go sometime this week
accompanied by his youngest
daughter, Elizabeth, his elder
daughter, Willie Bellev having
taken a post ion iu Huntaville,
Alabama. Mr Asby is one sf
the most popular a,nd wall loved
men of our city aud his many
friends regret to lo$ him from
Mr. and Mrs, Aahb'y will be at
home to t;heir. friends while in
this cit at the Hotel Willard.
Entertain, tt RX
At tha Handsome home of Geo
C. Atkinson, on Mam St., one of
the most enjoyable, events of the
season took place on last Friday
evening, as the Sunday,, School
tertained Miss Elizabeth Corey
at "Book" as she is to leave
their midst in a few day. At a
late hour a delightful salad course
was perved and just before tbe
guests departed Misa Elizabeth
was presented with a handsome
souvenir spoon. Those preseut
were Miss Elizabeth Oorev.
" " Long.
" Georgie Featherston.
" Oammye Fox.
" Zilpah Morehead.
" Kathleen Spillmau.
' Margaret Dudley.
." " Atkinson,
Mrs, F. Yi Kline
& Nortonville Notes tT
if . y
The Thanksgiving entertain
ment given by the SjIiooI child
ren was enjoyed by all present,
especially the Oratorical contest,
o.f which Miss Ruth Barnes re
ceived a gold classpin as a prizp.
Mrs. R. O. Oldham and little
son, wern in Mortons Gap Friday
Mrs, J, T. Morgan iind daugh
ter Anna Mane, were in Madi
Miss Mournin Hall, of Madi
nville,, spent several daijl last
eek with friends here. '
'. Misses Lola Mae Prowse, Ruth
Barnes, Mattie Shaw, Sadye
jBethel aud Messrs Oiiff flamby,
ILonuie Heard, Jack Lander and
Roy Kennedy attended tho Sn
tertaiument at Mortous Gap
Mesdames Lon Keunedy and
Ojair Horton were iu Madison
ville one day last weekshoppiug.
iHoward McGregor, of JPrince
tdn, was in town Thursday.
Pr9f. Davis, ,'oFMiidisonyille,
attended theje'iitertaiument here
Mrs. Pitzer and daughter, of
Louisville, were the guests of
Miss Marie Morgan last week.
jfe-Mr?. Burba, ofPleifTor, Ark.,
i8.yisiting her son W. if,, Burba.
JO, S Williams,' of M.ulison
ville,was here Wednesday.
m.,.,,i i?;..., e M-wi;nn.,;ii,t
W"UUB "w'i "J iirtunuuYure,,
mdehisregulartr(ip . here Son"-'
Miss Ru tJicBjjuies' was in Earl-
ingtonjbwweej&visiting her sis
Master Oarr Trathen ib on the
sick list. . , - -
Mrs. Olair Horton went to Oak
Hill Thursday. ' , ""
Miss Jones, of Hanson, ..Was
the guest of Miss Ruth vBarries
Mr. and Mrs. L. l Payne aud
little daughter Lena Mae visited
relatives in ClarkBville last week.
Mrs. Delia Burden was at De
poy Wednesday with her music
Mr. Prowse and Mies Williams
of AVhita Plains, were the guests
of Miss Lola Mae Prowse last
Mr. Martin, of Orme, Tenn.,
toas taken Edgar Martin's place
with the Nortonville band.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Oates and
Mr. and Mrs. Oleve Whitfield at
tended the baptizing at Mortons
Miss .Nannie Belle Jtlaley, o
Madisonville and Mr. May, of
Hartford, were, the guest of Miss
Mary Trathen Sunday afternoon.
Messrs Lonnie Heard and OlilT
Hamby attended the baptizing at
Mortons Sunday afternoon.
Farewell Afterneon For Mr H. S. Corey
The members X)t the O. W. B.
M. were entertained by Mrs. vM.
B Long;atvherf homey on ,Iioltth,
Main street Friday afternoon.
This was a farewell gathering for
Mrs. H. S. Corey who will leave
in a few days for her new home
Th Dalhart, Tex. Mrs. Corey has
a host of friends iu Earlington,
and has been connected in all
work for the benefit of the Chris
tian church for several years.
Card of Trunk
We take this method of thanking
oar many frietids'both in Earlington
and 8. Charles for their kindness to
us during tbe long Illness and death
of our daughter, Norato. We want
especially thank Dr. Nisbet for his
untiring efforts to relieve her Buffer
ing. May God's richest blessing
rust upon you, Ib our prayer.
(J Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Faull,
DEAD IN GREEK
Well Dressed Man Found Sunday
Neaj Nortonville With
Gashes in Head
LOOKS LIKE FOUL PLAY
James H. Ohristly abour 45 years
old, well dresaod and folieved to
have been a resideut'of Nashville,
Tenn., was found dead Sunday mor
ning In Draco's Greek under a tres
tle on the Illinois Central railroad,
nnar Nortonville, the body belnj?
found in the water. A hole in his
head, from which his brains were
oozing out, shows how ho came to
bis death. The. body was fouud
at 9 o'clock Sunday morning by J.
TVLacy and J. H. Fritz, who were
en route to Nortonville. Indications
point to foul play, but it Ib possible
that the man fell from the trestle to
tho rockB.ljelow. Ont or two other
bruises w6 found on his body. He
had a ticket from 'Nashville to Pa
ducah. Coroner Stevens was notified aud
tho body wasj-emoved to Norton
villa and an Inquest was held, the
vurdict being that he came to his
death from some unknown cause.
Papers found on tho man indicated
that his home- was in Nashvllln.
Parties hi that city were notified,
and- the undertaking firm of O'
Bryan, TJtley & Co. were asked to
take charge of tho remains, prepare
ttiem for burial and send them to
Nashville, which was done Monday
The dead man
enKineorond was ifoluWtaPIti?:!
tn tnra flhnrrro n TidtW 'WRVIrlatr'
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nig,t he.got olI.ofcrain No.:54 irom
Nashville, at NftVtonvill, which is
due thero at 11:07. He spent the
night at the station, and was seen
with a 8 trance man before leaving.
His grip was left in the waiting
room, which was takon in charge by
the officials. He waB known to have
$10 on his person Fridav night, but
when l)is bodv was found 01 cents
Was all the money thai could bo
found on him. Parties who saw him
at tbe station state that ho was ap
parently not in a normal condition.
(.Coroner Stevens stated that he
believed the man fell from tho tres
tle and that-bis, bead struck the
rooks below, whioh'caused his death.
He'Btated there wore scratches along
tbe timber as if made by finger nails,
indicating tbe man grasped at theBe
as he fell, and stated also that his
finger nails were torn, which led
him to believe this" was the manner
in which be met his deth. Others
.seem Jto ftblrjkv,the, man net, with.
roui piay, aB tne wounas indicate
this. The stranger seen with him
has not been located.
Will Be Held In SeiWenTwe Days Sat-
ur day Geed lead Talks The
The Hopkins County Farmers
Institute held nndec the auspices
of the 'state department of agri
culture will be held at the court
house in Madisonville Friday and
Many lecturers well up in their
respective lines of work will be
there to talk to our farmers
about matters vital to their in
terest and to firivo information
cainiug to auvancea memoas or
On Saturday, a road expert will
make a talk on the value and
methods of building and main
taining good roads. The execu
tive committee of the Hopkins
County Good Roads' Association
has issued a call inviting all
members and the public general
ly to be sure and attend the ses
sion Saturday, beginning at 10 a.
m. The subject of good roads is
a vital one to the people of Hop
kins county and our people
should take a deep interest in
getting all the light possible on
Glenn Eudaiey, who attending-
duuuui m vnipanso, Ana., arrived
homo Monday to spond Thankselv
Ing with homo folkB, he returned
Friday uight to Valparaiso.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Durham and'
daughter, of Sturgls, spent Thanks
giving at Nebp.
Miss Kathrine King, of Madison
ville, vlBlted Mrs. J. Y. Mltchell'la
Wallace Barron will ride the rural
route Mo. 2, out of Nebo. Ha, got
his appointment last week, he la to,
begin Monday, Ddc. 2. '
The Nebo boys and boya of O'nos-f $
sum College played ball at Maultou, s-"
Thursday, the game broke up in thef
w inning iu a squabble, both slde,
claiming the game. Vv .
Misses Lillian Besqnlt and EdltlaC
Crowe, of the PleaBant GroVe Coun !xv
try Bpent the week-ehd with Mr4 "t
O. S. Durham, who got his ankifcf
broken a few weeks ago. is able ife
attend to his dufles as Postmaster .
MisBAlte Campbell, who is teac&f) '
ing at Ilsley came home Wedneslf
night to spend Thanksgiving 'M?
home, she returned Sunday. ty V
Martin O'Bryan's new bouaS' 'hit ,
finished, and now oooupie'dby ;JtCrs.
Stanley and three sons
We would .advlso the youngliidleaf
that were left over from laiTa
voi-, iu nnrovo me aays iiat are. . -,
gliding by, only one more njj&th .
grace Ib all that is left y'ou.; ' "
Nothin' doin now, nearly Overy'
body Is barking with bad. colds. '$' ,''
3ro. Cook, of Madisonville, n&
his regular appointm'ont at tho $'$?,
.Several proppoctive P. M.'i reHflaaj,
the warpath. '.' .k. -' ' J.-'MU.
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Aged Citizen Passes Away M HaniiMt
Due to the infirmities inei
dent to his adyanced'agef -J,6hh
H. Rudd, who;residcd'ueatHan
son, died Monday, aftertan..
He wa3 eighty-four,. yea(rs ecae,
and his life had kjteH diapffred
of for the past month, or mora. "
Will be paid;to any. person Hvin&r
any kind of pain or, ache if r9h,ipp'a
Quick Rollef .Liniment fail's te give
instant relief and the purchase price
is uotrofuBdeAi Try, lt.-'aak se
5Bc a.t nil Drugtfif. ,.' . .
CITY COTJKCIL, t V
Dm M Evai''-Swem, 'kias Mayor
"" At tbe ink.iafMMly meet
iHg of tWKjii ity count .
oil 'held ifjK';'Hali nyy
Monday 'UlJnd JDtn,.
M. Ea.;aiKS;Swk) aBMayor-.
and Mv BoWa, cftfi!i
au(lhit ek iAHo'ut the ,
naexpired tiWii Mr. KVana a
councimaa. ivSff.ijfr. r
Doris Myor IUj Viidminfa.
trRtiaiBeK pogM was. mar "
in all lines of ciyiiapireMnt- ;
and welfare, awjng titr im
proyementis tiiipbe noted 6r&
inagurati'on xri the part of the
Ladies Oivio league with the co
operation of the ciiy government
EalinVton,. theinof Main
street with concrete, the general
improvement of the streets in
the outskirts of the1 city and last
but not least the organisation
equipment ot afire department.
uie equal or any in this part of
tho state. There, is no doubt but
that thia good work will be con
tinued during the administration
of Mayor, Evans and all of our
citizens should1 giTe him their
hegrty co-operation iu, his efforts .
to keep Earlington i the fore
front of progressive munioipali- '
Whea tfeu.haya lOiUikus attack
give ChawberlaiH'a TabWt trial.
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