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GENERAL OR
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Algid Five Others Indicted For
Night Ridin at Hopkinsville
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GUY DUNNING FORMER CHIEF
I INSPECTOR AMONG INDICTED
GrMl Jury Still at WorK and Mere
4 true Will Premised
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Jiopkinsville Ky March 21
The Christian County Grand
Jury this morning returned in
dictments against General
David Amos of CObb alleged
chief of the Night Rider < band
and a number of other persons
who are accused of being mem
bers of the rmnskod band of mid
night marauders who terrorized
lie Black Patch during the so
called tobacco war Besides Dr
Amos the following men are
th nod in the bills Guy Dun
tlir formerly Chief Inspector
of the Planters Protective As
sociation 5 J B Malone Newton
Nichols John Robinson and
Irvin Glass All are charged
with complicity in the raid on
Hopkinsvillo on the night of
December 0 11K7 when 5150
0 worth of property wcs
Broad houses rldd ledwith
lkiIJets two men shot and ouo
tobacco buyer unmercifully
whipped on Main Street
There iate throe indictments
against eaih defendant One
ekfirges cdufederation arid
banding together etc The
second confederating to injure
properly etc and the third
specifically charges the defend I
ants with burning the ware
houses of the late John C
Latham and W T Tandy The
former was a loose floor and
the latter was occupied by the
Italian Regie buyers
The indictments are the most
important and sensational that
have been returned here since
the Night Rider troubles and
are only the first batch The
jury is still at work and wit
nesses from various part of the
Black Patch are being ex
amined It is said that full con
fessions have been made by sev
eraj witnesses and that as a re
suIt of the Grand Jurys labor
there will be a complete expos
ure of the Night Rider organiza
Lion in tho courts
The present indictments were
returned by the unanimous vote
of the jury Warrants for the
arrest of the men are in the
hands of officers Bond is fixed
at1000 in each case
TWO HTJKDKED THOUSAND 1
I EMPLOY1S ONE COMPANY
Eiwrmouj Operation of the United States
> Steel Cwporatleti
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Th investing public does not
btgino grasp the magnitude of
tie TJnited Statiis Steel Corpora
tion The nimal report just sI
ud was probably the most re
Markable corporation report fev
er issued Id showed that since
fjgif the cprporation has > ex
j ttded out of earnings for re
flapement and new construction
40pKX 000 equal to 80 a
hare for the common stock
atad while it was doing this and
plying dividends to its stock
holders it reduced its bonded I
i alit 03000000 increased its
fiiet liquid assets 70000004 and
increased its surplus from 25
HtyOQO to 151000000
j Its manufacturing capacity has
Bees increased 100 per cent and
while total earnings for the com
men took amounted to 10 12
per cent its earnings tit the
present timeat i the rate of
abyut 18 per ft0n trot inore lima l
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Ir TWENTYFIRST YEAR EARLINGTON HOPKINS COUNT KYft THURSDAY MARCH 24 1910No y 12 I
four times present dividend re
quirements The common stock
will probably go on a 5 per germ t
basis this spring for every int111
cation points to an exceedingly
thr e
company has 0000000 tons in
unfilled orders and these orders
are placed firm not subject to
cancellation The investing
public probably does not appro
crate that the United States
Steel Corporation controls a
railroad system of 5000 miles
oven which it operates 00000
cars and 1200 locomotives and
it has 200000 employes
aituJ GONE TO NASHVILLE
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Will be Assistant to Superintendent of
Terminals His Successor
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W K Grifiiu who recently
resigned as assistant trainmaster
of tHe Henderson division with
headquarters here left Earling
ton Jastjifght for 1NashviUe
where he takes upthe same
w01kas assistant to W P
Bruce Superintendent of the
Nashville Terminal Association
Mr Griffin has been with the
Louisville Nashville for eleven
years and expresses regret at
leaving that company but says he
feels he will almost be with the
L N still as tIre interest of
that road and the N C St L
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W K GRIFFIN
are very large in Nashville I
Grif has always been popular I
here but he is just finding how
many friends he has as he is I
leaving the town He has been
getting the glad hand and re
grets on all sides
No announcement has yet been
made as to selection of his suc
cessor but it is known that W I
S Bramwell agent and yard
roaster here and Ewing Jones
who occupies the same position
at Howell are being considered
in this connection
Third Regiment Band to Quit ServiceI
Owensboro Ky March 1C
An effort is being made bv Coli
Jouett Henry of the Third Regi
ment Kentucky National Guard
whereby the members of the
band can be induced to reenlist
in the service but the members
of the band state that they have
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decided to sever their connec
lion with the State
They offer > to remain in the I
service until after the National I
encampment ii Indianapolis illi
September but no longer than j
that time Their enlistment ex
pired this montliii V
Capt Arthur ° Chapman bi
Hopkinsville has been herb By
order of Col Henry in an effort w
to keep the baud from goingont
La SoC n Club Meets 1 I I
The La So Con Club met last
Friday night isit1i the Misses I
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Crenshaw A St Patrick form
of amusement had boon chosen
by the hostess The La SQ Cons
were asked to J6n their think
jag caps U which they did most
briliautly Quite an interest
ing eveniug was spent brim full
of samples of Irish witaud
original American thoughts
For pastime during the social
hour the members matched
shamrocks onWhich were written
quotations from Iriehpoetsaft
er which a Salad oouree wat
1served c I
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DISASTROUS FIREJ
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Flames Destroy Mine Property til
Rose Creek Coal Company ifv
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FIRST SERIOUS FIRE HAD > v
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IN HOPKINS COUNTY MINES
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Monday morning about 12
oclock fire was discovered in
one of the out houses and had
gained such headway that tin
power house engine and boiler
room and blacksmith shop were
destroyed before the fire could
be checked The coal tipple
which is one of the best in this
part of the State was paved
The only place there bad been
any firefVas in the boiler robe I
and it is not known how it start
ed The mine will be shut down
for about a month or six weeks
but the men will be lie tam
ployed at the other mines ijear
there The loss was near Oji
000 and it is not known at prek i
ent how much insurance tliero
was on the building The first
report here vas that the fir
fitdrted inside and had burnt l8
mules rind the tipple but the re
port was found to be false Tlie
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company will commence at once
to install first classup to dp E
machinery and will increase ihe
output This is the first serious
fire the have over had in Hopkins
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BUILT FOX SOUTHERN PACIFIC
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More Than 100 Feet Long and Amounts to
Two Engines in One
The Southern Pacific Railroad
has just had completed at the
shops of the Baldwin Locomo
tive Works fifteen new locomo
tives of a type which has aroused
considerable interest The new
engines are of the Mallet com
pound type which are in reality
equivalent to two locomotives
joined into one having two sets
of cylinders and driving wheels
The Southern Pacific almost a
year ago secured a number of
these locomotives but engineers
operating them have raised the
objection that the extreme
length of the machine exceeding
as it does 100 feet and the huge
boiler interfere with the view
of the track ahead
To obivate this difficulty the
Southern Pacific has bad its new
Mallets so constructed as to
be turned about and run back
ward with the cab foremost
The result is an engine resembl
ing frcm the front an electric
locomotive with large windows
through which ithe engineer
gains an unobstructed view of
the track From the windows
downward is a smooth plate
front with a small pilot helow
it the real cud is the smoke
stack and behind the second set
of cylinders isthel tender
Such aU arrangement of course
would be an impossibility with a
coal burning locomotive where
the firing must bedone in the
engine cab The Southern Pa
cifics engines however are oil
burners and the only change
necessary was to extend the
pipes around the side of the
boiler from the tender tank to
the oil burners in the firebox
The advantages gained from
the clear outlook afforded the
man operating the locomotive in
the opinion of railway engineer
lag men that it is regarded a N i
strange that po few have ben
designed In the 4rciiaarYaoa 1
iipril0Wve there ill an objection
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I r UNCLE SAM HELPS COOKS
Gds Out a Bebk Shewing How to
toI
petizing
f1Vuehinntop March 17 The
increased cost of living has
prompted the Department of
Agriculture to instruct house
keepers of the country how to
make flie cheaper cuts of meat
palatable arid appetizing To
this end a manual of economy in
meat cooking has been prepared
Containing a variety of recipes
informatione
u Economic Use of Meats in the
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House V is the title > the
manual which maybe procured
bi addressing a request to the
Se < 5retary of Agriculture The
department officials state that
cheap cuts are most difficult to
ptep are <
L New firm
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Dr PVB Davis and souE A
Dyis have formed a > partner
ship and will practice medicine
in iiis city Dr P B Davits i e
to well known in this city to
need ifnythfug sitid as to his effi
ci ucy fj drIS classed as one of
th6 intlie State JBis ion
Eldred tY9 yeaVa ayo graduated I
with hi h honpjtttthe Uqiversi
ty of Nashyjlle and is a worthy
liln of a worthy sltetV A chip
off the old mock WeWelcome
this new firm to our mediial
iWprld and wish them success and
j < ecomipend them to our readers
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to thseparatiug of the engineer
amid t i fireman i th9ughi this s i
r ad wile t thesaase oftnany
engines v of s the camelback type 0
with the cab in the middle of the
boiler
The Southern Pacifics new
engines wOl bover 218 tons
e1ohof which 197 tons rest on
the drivers Including the
tender each locomotive weighs
over 804 tons Tne heating sur
face of the boilers is 0893 square i
feetI
The Pennsylvania lines west 1
of Pittsburg have placed an or I
der with the American Locomo
tive Company for ninety locomo I
tives to cost about 1800000 1
This is the largest single order
for locomotives that has appear J
ed in the market for a long time
Owing to the rush of business
the civil engineers have been
compelled to work Rin No 11
mine at night so as not to have I
the mine shut down during the
working hours
A small wreck at Nortonville
Friday night delayed the Dixie
Flyer a few hours The wreck
er was called and soon had the
track clear
Geo rkwoodof Madison
ville who has been a telegraph
operator here for some time has
severed his connection with the
L
Arthur Dives who had his
right leg cut off in the yards
yardsher
here soma time ago is able to be
out on clutches
6 W Kotkershead of Evans
vIne spent Sunday in the city
with his parents
Ojscar Zachery of Slaughter
viUe was in the city Saturday 1
visiting friends
M ievney of Evansville was I
on the city last week
Two Families Move to St Charles
Earlington has lost two ex
cellent citizens A R OBannon
and Thos Warren with their
estimable families and St
Charles gains them Messrs
Q Bannon and Warren are in
separable companions and have
been closely associated in min
ing for several years When the
time came for Mr OBauaon to
tiajce charge of the Fox linn
mine the natural sequence was
rt4t Mr Warren should go top
And ao it happens that we lose
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fARMERSDLUBI
HOLDS MEETING
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Earlinjjton City Hall Hears Talks
on Important Farm Topics
ANOTHER MEETING WILL 1
BE HELD X MONTH HENCE
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The Hopkins County Farmers
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Hall Saturday morning and was
called to order at 10 oclock by
Judge Jno G B Hall president
of the cub v The morning Was
filled with very interesting dig
cessions continued right up to
the noon hour when adjourn
ment was had until one oclock4
After the dinner hour the meet
inc was continued with renawed
interest until final adjournment
at 4 oclock Some twentyfive
fatmers all told attended the
meeting coining from various
faections of time county and their
interest was keenly manifested d d
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throughout the day Only a feW
of the subjects outlined in the
program published last week in
THE BEE could be taken up be
cause of the lack of time The
principal topics discussed ere as
follow
Esq J H Shaw led the dis
cussion on Corn making a very
instructive talk and conducting
veritable rouhd table7 upon
ithe J subject wjiiph r drew out
A t < yv > >
mauy questions from others in
jattendauce W W Wilson of
Dalton and J H Laffoon took
parjjvuiso in discussion of this
subJecb f i Jcrutspnted th K
time until noon vvrhir I
The first subject taken up aft
er dinner was Fruit Grafting
and Spraying by J J Tippett
a practical and self trained fruit
grower and nursery man of this
county whose home is a few
miles northwest of MadisonvilJe
VIr Tippett illuminated his talk
by exhibiting various tree cut
tings and rooted young fruit
trees to show the manner of
grafting told how to make at
home a cheap and practical
spraying mixture and how to ap
ply it Another point he touch
ed upon especially was the dead
ly San Jose scale describing it
and the danger of it and how to
avoid and control it by spraying
Mr Tippett was subjected to
numerous queries from interest
ed listeners
listenersEsq
Esq Frank Sisk stirred a more
general interest perhaps than
any other speaker by his story of
his successful experience in
growing pea hay for a number of
years past He now puts in an
nually 85 or more acres in peas
and is considered as perhaps the
most successful grower of this
important crop in Hopkins coun
ty His farm is but a short dis
tance west of Earlington and he
was formerly for some years a
resident of this place
J H Laffcon was on the pro
gram for a talk on hay growing
but this subject was not reached
Mr Laffoon made a brief talk
on Wheat however when the
latter subject came up onthe
jjiQgfani Regrets were ozpcps
sod that there was not time to
hear Mr Laifoon on grass and
hay culture because he is known
to have devoted much time to
this crop for years and with fine
success The chairman an
nounced that the cldb would ex
pect to hear from Mr Laffoon
on this subject at its next meet
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ingTiling
Tiling and Drainage was dis
cussed by J D Bobbitt Madi
sonville W W Wilson and J
H Laffoon and it proved to be a
subject those present generally
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farmersj butt a thins which but
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few of the Hopkins county farm =
tars had put to the practical let
This is probably because it cons
some 20 per acreto tile land
properly The two last gentle <
men Had used tHe oxtbnsiveiyou Q
their farms for years peat
and had gotten results that l
proved to them the plan was
very beneficial
The farmers nil agreed iliat
fertilizers were beneficiar lo
wheat but several expressed tie
yiew that they did not believejn
it for any other farm crop Some
oven declared the n belief to be
that fertilizers were simply
stimulants and their conth tieaj
use Would exhaust the land 7
The leading spirits in time
meeting urged the holding of
monthly meetings of the Farm
ers OlVb as it was proposed
should be done when tIle club
was organized at tho Farmers
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Institute held here last fall and
tivoulds
come out of frequent discussion
of the best methods in various
details of farming r Iot
The meeting adjourned aftet
voting to meet at Madison villfe 1
on the third Saturday iri next
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BIRTHDAY PARITY J 1 1 t fr
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OccaiiefiBf Very Keawint EVtatn M4
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Ladies 6f the Ladies Aid1 So
cietYof the Methodist Epfsco il
Church South equesti JBait
their thanks and slppreeiation to
QR t1 P blP
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pressed tmougIfruJ BEE ors c
the very liberal patronage given
their Birthday Party at Au
ditorium Rink Tuesday evening
They also wish especially to
make public acknowledgement
to the members of the Klub
Kentuck Band for the choice
musical program rendered dur
ing the evening which added
very greatly to pleasure of all
who were present The ladies
say the gross receipts were be
yond their expectations that
those who attended were very
liberal and numbers who could
not be there sent in their offer
kings Some of these offerings c
came from Russellville Madi
sonville Owelisboro and othera
places at a distance The pro 0
coeds will go towards paying off
the remainder of indebtedness
against the parsonage The at
tendance was large and of all
ages from one year to at least
74 12 years of age Several
hundred people attended the ens
tertainment and were served
with supper
SPRINE OPENING OFt
BARNES COWAND COx
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Held Tuesday Attended by a Largt
CroWd
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The spring opening of the
Store and Millinery departmei 1
of Barnes Cowand Co war
held Tuesday and was very
largely attended by the citizeaa
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of this place arid Surrounding
towns Music was furnished by
Prof Centuras orchestra of
Evansville Oarnationp were
given to all visitors i
An enormous crowd was pees
ent all day which attests IL
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popularity of this young awl
growing firmi
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Curlosliy Found in Arnold Miner
Quito a curiosity was found at
the Arnold mine ten feet beIow
the surface Friday while eitilcinK
a shaft It is a section of a aerie
about two feet long and perfect
in every respect It cam be set lx
in the St Bernard main office
halttIt Was embedded in saran
stone
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