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Theie bat been considerable plow
ing done the last week.
Mr. W. M. Cant and wife of Kan
sat City, were guests of Mrs. Fannie
Shutt a few days during the week.
Very little stock shown here last
Monday and practically no "swap
Mr. James Ingram, of Princeton,
was here a few day this week on
Mr. Kit Morton and family have
moved here from Drakesboro, and
are at home on College street.
One stony hearted correspondent
asks for a recipe for making a first
robin pie. He may be a coal dealer.
Mr. W. O. Belcher was here with
friends a day or so the latter part of
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Myers and
ton were here from Kirkmansville a
day or to this week visiting friends.
Mitt Emma Wilson returned to
her home in Lafayette last Saturday,
after a visit to Mrs (J. A. penny.
Miss Vera Morgan and Mr. Kay
Morgan have returned from a visit
of some days with relatives at
Our line of Davenports, the 3-in-i
piece of furniture, is complete, and
we have the best and latest models
of the one-motion patent. KOARK.
Mrs. B. F. Allison, who has been
here some weeks with her mother,
Mrs. A. M. Terry, left for home in
Oakland, Calif., Tuesday after
Monday was county court day,
but the crowd here was very light,
much smaller than usual for Febru
ary, which is generally well atten-ed.
Clarence Bowers, aged 24 years,
died of paralysis, at Mercer Tues
day night, and was buried yester
Guaranteed For One Year
COUNTZLER'S Drug Store
To The Public.
We desire to announce to the
public that our new mill is now in
full operation, and wc will at all
times have on hand the very finest
quality of flour, meal and teed.
We are very anxious to do custom
grinding for our friends, and can
give them the very best flour and
wheat that is to be had anywhere, in
exchange for their corn and wheat.
Home Milling Co. (Inc)
The ladies' aid society of the
Christian Church, at Powderly, so
licit orders for carpet weaving,
plain and fancy sewing, baking,
etc., which will be done reasonably,
the funds being thus collected to be
used in church extensiou work.
Take your beef hides to J. E.
Coombs & Co. and get the cash.
Mr. H. H. Abernaty, superinten
dent of the First Baptist 'church
Sunday-school, at Hopkinsville, has
served in that capacity for five years
without missing a single Sunday.
He was recently presented with a
handsome pin by the members of
When you get "Quail" meal you
get the best that is to be had.
Miss Emily Rascoe, after a visit
of some days to her sister, Mrs. C.
A. Denny, left the latter part of the
Week for Nashville, where she will
visit ten days before returning to
her home in Cadiz.
The Pennyroyal Fair at Hopkins
ville, Ky., has announced the dates
of October 6th to nth for their fair.
This is a new organization incorpo
rated with a capital of 30,000 00.
The management has pun based a
beautiful piece of property of 40
acres at the edge of the rily and are
making arrangements for the erec
tion of up to date buildings, includ
ing floral ball, grand stand and
ample stable room, piped water
through the grounds and electric
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Fire Discovered In Time.
The city narrow! y missed what
would have been another serious
fire Monday night, when about 2
o'clock night watchman Joseph
Stokes discovered a blaze in the
store of Wallace Bros. On his
rounds he discovered smoke near
the stove, and thought at first it
came from the stove, but after close
investigation it was seen that it
came from beneath the stove.
He awawened Mr. Lee Marks, who
rooms in the adjoining building,
and together they forced
the rear door. A wooden box,
filled with sawdust, used as a cus
pidor, had burned up and a hole
had been burned in the floor. One
or two buckets of water extinguish
ed the flames, but for the early dis
coverey there would have been a
serious fire. Mi. Stokes is mak
ing a most efficient officer, and there
has been no disturbance and noth
ing overlooked by him, in protect
ion of property and maintenance
Roark has the agency for the line
of Sturgis "Supcrba"baby carriages,
ooe of the most complete lines on
the market. See them before you
buy; made right, look fine, priced
Mr. H. L. Stum last week pur
chased from Mr. 11. H. Myers his
Main-street residence; the new own
er will make material improvements
to the building, adding another
story among othar things, and will
make one of the most modern and
attractive homes on the street.
Mr. M. B. (J5uck) Morton, aged
76 years, died at his home at Rus
scllville last Thursday, aflrr an
llluess of some month. He wjs
well known here, wheic for tinny
ears he made frequent iits, and
made many warm friends and ad
mirers. Throughout the county he
has a wide circle of relatives.
Mr. A. I). Knox, aged 67 years,
died of a complication of ailments
at his homo in Louisville last Friday
afternoon. Ho had many friends
here, wheic for the past 30 years he
had made frequent Lits on busi
ness, be-irtj one of the must prom
ineut insurance men in Kentucky.
He v.-as au agreeable, polished gen
tlemen, and very popular.
Effort To Organize Mimrs Of Bop
An effort is to be made to organ
ize the miners of Hopkins County,
and the United Mine Workers of
America have opened headquarters
in Madisonville, and will maintain
an active campaign to induce the
men to join the union. Hopkins,
Union, Webster and Henderson
counties are all non-union, and it is
hoped to organize the whole field,
but active work will be commenced
in Hopkins. There have been
prolonged attempts to organize this
field but little headway has hereto
fore been made. It is claimed that
matters are in better shape now
than ever before, as many union
men have been at work quitely 111
every section, it is said, and with
good effect on the men.
Mr. J. P. Morgan is in Chicago
on business, and will be gone several
Honor roll for month ending
Feb. 21, 1913, 7th Grade. Willard
Kirkpatrick, Curtis Petty, l.ewis
Ira.icr, William Morgan, Dcwie
Poole, Estell Dukes, Floyd Smith,
Glenn Hardison, Thelbert Greer,
Joe Morgan, Gladys Driskill, Elgye
Shutt, Elizabeth Newman, Katie
Belle Duncan, Goldie Singer, Jenera
Tale, Bessie Vincent.
Lois Collins Williams, Teacher.
A moonshine still, captured by
revenue officers at the head .waters
of Kettle Creek, in Cumberland
county, on display in the window of
the Brizendin: pool room, is attract
ing much attention, being viewed by
hundreds who never taw a like . art
icle. Tlils is a crude one, being
made by hand, but evidently did
good service as there wtre evidences
of an output found, though the
operators made their escape.
Mr. C. W. Roark has returned
from a stay of two weeks at French
Lick Springs, where he received
great benefits from the water, baths
Mrs- Polly Reed, who has been
very low for some diys ut the home
of her daughter, Mrs. U- A. Den
nis, south of town, was reported as
no better yesterday afternoon, and
there it hale hoj.e of her recovery.,
Alfred Brasher filled.
Alfred, the 17-year-old son ol
Mr. Bud Brasher, who lives at Blufl
Spring, in Christian county, ac
cidentally shot himself with a gun,
the charge taking effect in the fore
head, and death resulting within a
few minutes. He and his sister had
gone into the woods near their home
and the boy started to crawl into a
hole in a blurt, dragging the gun
after him, and it is supposed the
hammer caught on tome object,
causing the weapon to be discharg
ed. Young Brasher was well known
here, where he lived with hit father
for some years; he was a bright,
manly boy. and had many friends
here who mourn bit tragic death.
At 2 o'clock last Sunday after
noon, at thhe home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Netter Ad
kins, at Depoy, Miss Annie Adkins
was married to Mr. Elmer C. Craig,
of Pueblo, Colo. The ceremony
was performed by Rev. Robert II.
Tandy, and in the presence of quite
a party of relatives and fnends.
The bridal party drove here and
took the afternoon train for their
Colorado home, where the groom
holds a responsible position with
the Santa Fe railroad, lie was
reared here, and is one of the
county's most popular young men.
The bride is a moat charming young
woman, beautiful and attractive,
and the best wishes of a host of
friends follow the happy pair to
their western home.
that he bad bene cornered the Muh
lenberg; county lumberman informed
hit fellow delegates that he had been
suffering for several days from auto
intoxication and that be had been
to French Lick on the advice of
bis family physician. Now it hap
pened that tome of the lumbermen
were skeptical as to the healing
qualities of the water at the Indiana
resort for any ailment other than
that caused by strong drink, but as
the name of the malady given by
Bro. Koark sounded mighty like
something caused by too free nse of
said strong driuk he was called on
by the aforesaid skeptics for a fur
ther explanation. He assured them
that the disease which had been
troubling him was caused neither by
indulgence in liquor nor by automo
bile joy rides, but as he could not
give a correct version of the malady
the skeptics went in search of dic
tionaries for further enlightenment.
Dictionaries la Demand.
The Louisville Times last Friday
had the following item in the "All
Around the Town"' department.
Mr. Koark it an ex President of thej
State Association, and attends all
the meetings: !
"Members of the Retail Lumber
Dealers' Association were sent
scurrying for dictionaries yesterday
when C. W. Roark, of Greenville,
one of the members, blew in from
French Lick springs. Ind. Hardly
had he entered tiie meeting when he
was called upon by Ed H. Eliott,
the pitsiding officer, to t ;plaii Lis
absence at the opening session of
the cou.vtntit.-u on Wednesday, and
this request was joined in by pract
icallyevery delegate present. Svtiug
Popular Ystinjf Mai Accepts Ptsitioa
Mr. J. B. Hudspeth left this morn
ing for Louisville, where he baa ac
cepted a position with the Busch-
mcyer Drug Co. at their Fourth and
Green street store. Mr. Hudspeth
is one of our most popular yonng
men, and will prove his worth to
hit employers, at he has had teveral
years' experience here and in the far
Invitations have been issued to
the marriage of Miss Annah Mc-
Intire Cox to Mr. Davis Reid
Dickinson, which will occur at the
First ChristUh church, Madison
ville, at a 3a p. m. March n. The
bride is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Cox, and a young
wotiiaii crjceful and 1 banning, her
beauty and viva ity being specially
appealing, ami she has friends in
all who kuow her. 1 be groom is
one of the leading social members
io New tOrleans, a prominent,
banker, and interested in large pine
and cypress operations, being a man
of sterling worth.
Mrs. jjme Crown, in attempting
to gel in a buggy at the home of
her father, Mr. Jack Pence, at the
depot, last Mt-uday, fell and suf
fered a broken arm. She is resting
easily, and it is hoped nj compli
cations will aru.