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j , TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR GAttLlNGTtONY HOPKINS' COUNTY, KYFRIDAY. JANUARY 17, 1913 Jfa 5
W ! HOMES
TIMS OF WHITE
l.anr-To -Establish- "2;000R?
fuges For Tjiose,WhpTjrc
D, Rockefeller Jr., -One Of
Chief' Financial' Ba'cW
Washington. S tun loy
Fiuch, who lias boon in chargoo
investigations inBtitntcd by tho
Dopnrtmont of Jastico in on
forcing tho White Slavo Law, i
K. - - . . ...
in communication with a group
of -philanthropists formulating
plans for a national movement
to reclaim victims of the traffic
Mr. Finch baa just returned from
New York, where he consulted
some ot uio leaders in tho pro
posed philanthropy aud, althou
ho declined to discuss tho detail
J . 1 a . .
oiAUie pian, no saiu no em
jrwrrussraent tor lunus was ex
(" pectcd. It is understood John
D. Rookofeller, Jr., is ono of the
principal financial supporters -of
While-men who are convicted
fedtsr1 the la receive., adequate
paniabmentvthe problem - of 4car
IngTor their victims" liar from
tho first been tho hardest "bile
with which To oopo-Tjitia, there
Viofe, the present 'plaiV'tb e'xpend
f manentfund, which may amount
whoa .nro... reclaimed! jftonudtfae
Underworld may be giv'6f,;cMo
Hmas.may bo necessary for
ft oil ort then will bo made to
n d honorable employment for
Rem and a paternal nitore will
1 . fBMBMMHja'uf
pomes already in operation, it is
realized that there are not nearly
as many as aro needed. This
fact has been broiiPhomoft;
pocial workerjitfvecput tip1
(juring wars MigmrostrjcteUdi
prices in many -"or ttio oicias
throughout tho country. With
pi) place to seek shelter, the
omen havo been drivon from
jjfty to ctyajidj. thoir condition
bus bee'n''ect iritho extreme.
a The canvas which special in
vfestigatorJof the Depajjtmot.of
Justice have "boou luakiug of
yonien who woro leadiug vicious
lfVes will ;bo -CDutinuedj aijdptjis
expecteu eventually mat uio uo-
partmont, wiy huo a detailed
history of tho lumat'eatff BeSre'gat.
ed districts throughout tho couu
f . ....
try. iiioprojeciojr tut) recjajma-
tjon of lill Miosotemou nim's at
establishing a sulHewdt number
of homes", perhaps . ,roore thaul
in nil parts ot tlio couutry,
so thai dofinito horp may bo
offered to oybry worlvu who will
xSpuseut to givo up li- paBt mode
f Tenneuean Booklover Contest.
S.Send 25o to ZYI3AHT BUOTD-
RS, J18 Ohorry St., inhvJlof
To tin,, for a revised list of over
460 good suggestions, selooted by
fleeting Of The Earlingnon U.3. H n
Tho Earliugtou Chapter U. D.
Q. will celobrato tlio nniuversity
U the birth ofBu JliJbjBrt:;
Leo at tho home hit Mre.Inlf
ianniai Saturday January 18th.
all tho daughters aro rcauoated
ly) bo present. Aud alLtJiaUu
veterans aro invited toatI'cjtii3J
Appropriate exercises willuo had
5ud this will bo a very oujoyublo
Tree, iiirllngtou Chapter.
SUFFERED FEOM CAR SHORTAGE
Kentucky's Coal Output in 1912 Eitimat-
at 14,000,000 Tom.
Tho developments in what ' i
known as the Elkhorn corn field,
in southeastern Kentucky, wh
have boeij aotivoly( nushodr d
ing the flasutMroa .veurs,. nifo SX-
pectcd to be in full running
der in tho spring of ,11)13 -accord
ing to . 'W. Parker, .'of the
United States Geological Survey
and will swing the majority pro
auction of the S;nf.o from the
woetern to the eastern district
Up to the present time the larger
part of the production has beeu
derived from the western coun
tioB, aud in 1012, out of an C6ti
mated output of 14,000,000 tons,
the western counties have con
tribnted over half or say 7,500,000
tons as compared with 0,500,000
from the eastern counties. The
whole state has suffered from
car shortage in l'Jl'J, but it was
especially felt in western Ken
tucky, where in December the
oar supply on the Louisville &
NasliAille Railroad was only 05
per cent of the needs, and on tho
Illinois Central Railroad barely
40 per cent, From April 1 to
May 15 an agreed suspension of
miuiug occurred in tho organized
districts ,of westory teptucky
jvojeh. affected abmt 5:,dop1men
Iv.SMuti djr.and aixfatabe imomt of. Itcl
fcuTES.T END'S g0i!I4J,"6ESS;o'N
Intereitintf Program Of Talki." Mic
L.Aad. fr&tihmtaU.AiLod g eoonu-
M. J3. Church, south, of which Prtjt.
C E. Dudley Is teacher, had a de
lightful social meetlug last evening
In tli lodfife roomsBoffthir'IctofT
t wftAlAfalebiffttion At
llWciolo of B conlSwrjiieiber8bll)
(pa8t'U6tweeri the""BIU8s""and the
Reds". Tho increase in Member
ship recorded for tlie Rlues was fa,
and for the Reds 18. The contest
was BOjoltitfi that both sides iolnfcl
taKVi,"lr v-PMBa- The gueet
Iltft lndludeli all o'DTbats and teaciK&i
Ofttherfefflday Kuifbl and eerexftl
friefidsio't in tlieScr!ool. Xi arista
hundred jiersons were presens'. jS
The oveulng's program iucludod
talks by Prof. J. J. Glenn, of Mad
Isouville, Rev. Howard J. Ilraceltou
of, (li&Clirlstlan OpMnTRev. W.:.
QrfttSt past5r bf the 317 E. Churrih
South, and Paul M. Moore, Supoqp-
teaaeiu or Ho suiiqa-,TJ3ChP0l.
Tfie'rwere miiBfcaViinrhbets Inoft-
ding Boloa by Miss Sue M. Willji
and mixed aud mala. quartet selefct
ions. Obo'Ic'(S.refreB'bmetJ were ser
ved lu which the centeBt colors wufo
symbolized. The olass has a floo
record tbat ltrisrnowin6r tiian llv
lug up to, aud Is making an ambi
tious Btart for 1013. r
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Oil is hcaviertlian water, coni
sequcntly it needs a specially,
constructed atomizer to success
fully spray it. We can supplft
yjp.u Mfith a fjood oil atomizers
having cither straight or curved)
nozzle, for that throat or nose)
A tight-fitting elastic
b on each.
Price soc, 75c, $i-oo
bt. Jbernard Min
t Incorporitcd .
ComuOut.Of AiounUiru And Invadu
f s Harlan rTown Killed Jiy. Reildenii.
( ' -a ! . t ' u. 3. .
J'Brfrbonrvillo, Kv.,, Jan.;i3,r4-
Pig uiacKuear, driven dow frqm
thd Cumberland mountain by
fuilrdSd .blasting, invflec1' the
io.wi pi .ariaa aituroay, . and
caused much excitement. The
riufrhnrtonk possession (of Mup
etroct ana scared ovorybodv to
cover until brought down by a
well directed shot. It weighed
four hundred pounds.
Although bears aro numerous
in several of the ranges along the
Kentucky, Virginia border, this
is the fiigf instance in many years
when orkybpeuly came into towm
The unusual invasion caused
much excitement among the
town people and the many out
siderB now in that boom town.
Uncle Sara Pub Out New Nickle
The design of the new nickle,
the creation of J. E. Fraser, tho
artist of New York, has been ac
cepted by Secretary MacVeagh
of tho treasury department, to
replace the 5 cent piece that has
been In circulation for many
years. Within a week George E.
ublyiwillbe in circulation shorTS
after February 1. Qn" one. side of
the tys'w odin is the' ferodustfpn
of "the: head :of-an Indian; -At-the
tbpjs tf& HworJ ibeVty.V-'afi
At Jhe.boifqm isltha 'yea'tJOlJ
On tha other side appOarffKthe
figure of a. buffalo, 'tiosbly assb
m$x &eait.V; WdeaigjUs
sev.eroiy.-simpiB ainanEt regarded
by treasufV ftTficialias-bno of the
ever turned; oat.; C: . t
iV.t 41..'-i4fn r WnJ,. Ull 1 1 ' . . .
it yjpivAtomioh, feels uncomfprtab)e
irqio, overpauni;, qr. worn ipoa wnjcn
disagrees ,wjth jojij take trETRBINE
it BBtues ino pinnincu. Birencinens
tlie'dlcesnon and relaxes" (he b6w-
tI. -Prldfr 50e. Bold by St. Bernard
Mining-uoi, incorporate iurug ,ao
' s daily Thought.
' Oar lives are truly at sa end vrke
w are ioved no lonier. Liador.
1. I '
lliTsb phrslcs tac). KileQ lbs bcweJ. will
liafi (o-. chronic coaitipatlgn. boaoYt Retjieii
opexne easily, je boi at all itorej
&anlty and Feet . i,
Two Persian sclcntUu haYe 'ad
vancedthe idea tbat the cape'st tjpe
of men have lareo feet, while' the
saneat types of Tromen havo small
onea. , '
The.PraUe That Come From Thankful
One kidney remedy has known
Earllngtoa people rely Upeu.it. ( ;
The remedy is Doan'd Kidney I'i)8.
Earlngtou testimony proves It
Mrs. Joseph IMondin, Earllngtoti,
Ky says; "You may continue, to
use my statemout, recommending
D'oan's "Ktdney Pills. Bliiee-- they
jvore UBOd somo ton yoars ago I have
jjafl uo further need of a' kidney
inadloltie. A member ot ipy (anuly
uttered from very aw"yiujr cuso
otkidasy complaint'01 oars. Hp
took.medioln.es and. 70tt red fa,thr
fully, but could RetH ' ,UL His
baok pained conBtJ?jPt'y' and the
iiduey seorott6titf vf? innatural.
ten's lidiib llll- een high
Iyn)iid6ttji(V.,le j lislly pr.
oureg aupply vtEBj . liew'ard
Mining Coquet 'XfiJi Uot,ung
IheuitVACQ all. that PUWf 'avo 'begu!
dnjiredc Kvary s.ympivBf. oi, kiduayi
A WORD FR05L CALIFORNIA1
From a Former Madlionville Minister
Religion iti Cilifoniia is some
what llk roligion pvey where
else. Somo people have a great
dcnl of it ou hand and it permej
ntes the very vitftls of their spiri
tual natures. Other do not care
for its spiritual influences and
avoid it altoheri Since
coming to San Dinfas, California
L have baptized twenty persons
and most all of them were grown
persons. Fourteen have united by
letter making thirty-four in all.
However we find out here that a
great many people buy their
homes on easy payments, ad
vance tho prices on them as soou
as they move in. When they sell
they frequently move to another
place aud make a realty invest
ment. Most, all of them make
money on the trausfere of real
ostate a3 everything out here
seems.on the upgrade preparatory
to the opening of the Panama
Canal. Some of tho delightful
features here are the Los Angeles
Preachers' Meeting held once a
month, the. trips to the mountains
to see the snow and the trips to
the ocean to bathe in the br.ny
The legislature of California is
in session now. It will listen
thb reading of bills for one monj
.then adjourns and allows
members to return home 'for
while and get an.oxpression frl
their constituency then return
and passeB some bills. t
Radjum.,. Seems. Indestructible..
DjiUdlttlH; Of fW highest cUQr
per$r toSb'anycbf, ita.propertleg.wA
relarSoUtpfit ofrj radlsm.anetnsjlf
j-adhim, in.jxlstence.latiio world. Jta
yaa 'ifcVaMfiii dovolopeda; jpfaiS-
dure which nisturr tiy tamper the
development of a markets . .
OlcLFolkjlShould"be Careful inTheir
Selection of Regulative Medicine 2
rAya Kayo a safe, dependable .a'nd
altoge ther ideal, remedy that Jb par
ticjilariy a'dap'ted to-tho, reiiulra
ni'ents of aged peopla and persons of
weaK constitutions who sutler from
bonutlnatlonor other bonrell elisor.
ijcirV. We a'rffsd certain that it will
rolloves those complaints and give
absolute satisfaction in every par
ticular that we offer It with our per
sonal guarantee that it shall "cost
the user nothlngif it. fails to sub
stltute our claims. This remedy is
called Rexall Orderlies.
ltexall Oderlles'have a smoothing,
neaiimv strengthening, tonlo and
regulative action 'upon the bowels
They remove all irritation, dryness,
soreness and weakness Theyreatore
the bowels aud associate organs
to move vigorous and healthy ac
tlvfty." They are eaten like candv
may be taken 'at any time without
jncouvouiorice, do not' cause any
griping nausea, uiarrnoqa, excessive
looseness, llatulenco or other disa-
greeabio-wtleotr' Price- -26o and lOo
gold snly-.afr oij iitore-.Tho,, -Rexall
-Faith and Science.
Faith ialnohostlle to scJenjWant
of falthJexpre8j5fsiltBolf in earsaad
clamoraAv-Jargo' faith. 41ffa.ng.iSlry
lnto"tn6o be'lghU .whowLaU things
nfijiem in' tho light of dlvinV'-uhlty.
Edward Hungerford, ; '
Ifvoudou't sleo'n well, at uieht.
aru uorvous aud Jow-spirljed, yqu
U9rt a system purifier. IlKUhi
Illils a powerful llvor stimulant
and cleansing piedloino, It rtdlqlB
the nervoa, promotes, energy and
aheerfullness. Price f0o. Sold bv
tJt Berhhrd Minihg O01, IucorporaS
ed, Drug department. v-
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ftellef From' Earache. "f
take a smdTI teuapteonfuT bf giyce-
rfho qnllo wanri by- -holding ''fn a
tpoon over a candle, pour gently Into
the ear, lay a: pad oCheatod cotton
w cobalt "over the 4ar and faaUn 00
wiUl -a- fuulnat" "bandage. Thla. ra
qulm care; mind tha elycerlnt usal
be arann, not hot
COL. JOHN McNAR FORMEnt.V Off
Spendiny Tfrrie At liii Vinl cr liome In
, , , The Land Of Floweri.7
. , . 11 . ', r r ' . . 1
Col. John McNab, the veteran
L. & ff. railroad conductor, "who
cwnslia, w;intdr "homo rnti tfor.
Myerfi, Fiay left-' w'Stli his tamM
yjBsterdta (6 bnskr.jri tljo; gentle
Floiidiah zephrys f until deit
April. Col. McNab, who has
been running between J.oui&ville
and Frankfort for many years on
the "Ulgi slative special," is
personally known to every poli
tion in the State. He is a Colonel
of Gov. McCreary's EtaiT, and
when rigged out m full regimen
tals shows "some class." He will
attend the inauguration of Presi
dent Wilson at Washington in
t"e event Gov. Mr.fJrpnrv in nr.
piOmpanied by his staff in full
uniform. Louisville Times.
Frank Rives In Senatorial Race.
Frank Rives, a lawyer of Hop
kinsville, has "cut in" the race
for the Democratic nomination
for State Senator from the Ohrit-tian-Hopkins
the second candidate-from-Ohris?
tian county to seek the nomina
tician. Col. W. E. Howell, former
ing opened the hall!' Mr." Eives
served the district in the State
Senate at the sessions of 1006 and
1008. friends .of Senator E. M.
Salmons ofHopkins, the incum
bent, say that" fi a wfll . Surely, be
a candidate for re-efeotioti to the
Senate and with' ;the opposition
pick ,him. ar;wiu'ner;j-i-Lotiisville
Times'.-- e t-t--' k - t,-i
t I' When, Boys Were .Glrla, j""
"Glrl"t pneo meant -a tyoung -peraon
toi euner sox.as ajjdld- r".maldr
-"TCe Btlll- keen. dmethlnc4of the mean'
lng. $rheor jre apeai .ofja fpusg orator
Here is a rumedy that will 'dure
your com. wnv waste time and
get a preparation ,that has won a
world-wide Teputatron by its cures
of this disease., and can always bo
uepenu upon it is Known every
where as Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy-and is a medicine- of real
merit. For.salqtby AH Dealers.
Odd Scotch Custom.
On tho Gcctch borderland it Is the
custom for a' bride and groom to givo
the young men and boys of the com
muslty.a football to kick around.
If your children aresubieoted m
attacks of croup, watch (or the first
t)yuiHuiu Hoarseness, uive (jnamu
erlains Cough Remedy as soon as
tho ohild becomes hoarse and the
attaot may be warded off. For sale by
Eases the felts.
Politeness Is lll:o uu alr-cuahlon -there
may be. nothing solid In, It, but
it eases the jolts wonderfuly.
Want 15,000 pounds of poultry.
Will receive every day including
Thursday, January 23
Hens,"1 ioc Cock
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ViT 1 Ml
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HENRY S; SIZEMORE
Ot Mines to 1 Succeed' Wm.S;R
Brasher, Deceased; in This -"
" ' 'FielrJ.
WILL MOVE TO EARLINGTON
WITH HIS FAMILY.
Henry S. Sizemoro, of Oorbon
dale, has been appointed by Gov
ernor McCreary assistant Mine
Inspector for service in the Wesfc
orn Kentucky Field, in place of
Wm. E. Brasher, of this city,
who died in Louisville last week
after an illness covering a few
months. Mr. Sizomore's commis
sion bears date of January 14.
He has made application for
bond and, as soon as the bond is
completed, he will go to Frank
fort and be sworn into office and
receive final instructions from
hia chief, Mr. O. J. Norwood, be
fore entering upon the discharge
of his new duties
Mr. Sizemore will move to Earl
inpton with his wife and -child
within a few days, as this is- tho
offical headquarters of the as
sistant mine Inspector for this
territory. He is Werity-five
years old and has several with
credit and ' satisfaction as-mino
foreman, for the Oarbpudale CpI
& Coke Co., for the post several
years. He is the son of Samuel
W. Sizemore orS'tnfgis, Ky.
Mr. Sizemore jUung ''"atiop
for,Assistant the "iUi c
years ago, vvl
teen years old, .;ro black
the highest eraost which
cant in' thBi'StatffiFJj1 I
ago he took--the exam nndl
min6 foreman at'Madisonv
when M'r.- A'. G.' Spillmanjt1iBL
first assistant inspeotQr for Ksn-
tucky, held the examinatior
Expressions of approval of th
appointment are freely made' l
mining men of Western KentUcU,
among the most'" e.nthuiaBtlp of
whom are thpe whoJiavo knpvitn
Mr. Sizemore best, . :.
The common towel has been abr
ished from railroad: cars, -vessel'
all other interstate vehicles'j
stations, by Secretary McVeaii 01
tho Treasury Departmont m,aa
amendment to the interstate quar
antine" reRuIation.' Tills action fol
lows dlosely the abolition bf tho'com
mou drlnkinjr oup from uee on fn
terstate carriers. Towels may be
used again only after having boon
sterilized in bolllnp; water.
use ror uarman Mat. L v
Peat 'deposits in northwest nf
many are to be used aa fuel for that
development ot. electrical energy.
IN GASH ' .
- .JJ -Tlr1
'UudaBtjBiOTaiaaaaaHr' A am
an1 tak uo other.
deed has been spoil '
t the wrong Unm.
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