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The bee. (Earlington, Ky.) 1889-19??, September 27, 1910, Image 1

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T hos0 Long Assistant Mica
h ctor Exp cUnc Ship
merit of Apparatus
QtrfcK Work of RtKiit Will be Done In
CaMf Accident in Western Ken
Earhngtou is to be practically
fl Rescue Station after all
though not established by act of
Oon v
Thos 0 Long Assistant Mine
Inspector will have in a few days
the oxygen helments and nil
necessary apparatus for carrying
on the work of rosqim in coal
4mines iii cnse of explosion or
Other accident endangering
Jives of minora in tho Western
Keutuckycoal field Mr Lou t
has aIvice from Mr C J Nor
wqod jlhief Inspector of 1 l rue s
for Kentucky that shipment has
been made of part of this rescue
outfit from Pittsburg and that
the complete equipment will be
1 furnished as quickly as possible
Most of this apparatus has had
to be imported and shipment has
been slower on this account
Bat Mr Long will receiveiu a
few daye two Dragpr Oxygen
Helmets and oylinders of oxygen
An expert representative will
v sit Earlington when the total
1 0 tent has been received and
ll wjU peUiaJhd install the Rescue
Btltlohto be under the control
Jis tJr f Boat M wIl1In all
t pfnbabilitygiv6 a demonstration
9 of the pepper use of the appa
ratus while here The outfits
are of the latest and most ap
Jproved models and have been
adopted by the Mining Bureau
pf the national government
Iii addition to the equipment
° here two of these helmets will
be placed at Central City and
Others at Lexington and there
will be available on short notice
eight of the outfits for use I in any
emergency in Western Kentuc
x hyEach asaistant inspector i s
to be provided with two com
plete outfits The shipment to
Earliugton was made on Sept 14
frojw Pittsburg and is expected
to arrive here on any train Be
sides this Evansville was recent
i ± ly designated as a central rescue
station which may be drawn upon I
ri by Kentucky Indiana and llli
i rry ° jnoie so that the Government is
e looking well to the protection of
the coal miners in the great coal
fields of this central country
a Mr Long may be depended
r upon to be a minute man in the
use of this apparatus in any emr
ergency with the quick cooper
fttjan of Ohief Inspector Nor
wood and the entire strength of
pfthe Kentucky Bureau of
Mipe e
Only Ont Murder Cat Stt for TrIM for
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p < s This Term
V T i I t
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t V The regular Sfjpjiember term bt
t the Hopkins circuit court con
vetted Monday morning at 9
oclock vjth Judge J F Gordon
presiding The session will bela
busy one for all d 4Q kets are
There are 04 cases on the
I ° commouwenlth86 ou the com
ybon lax 50 ou the Common law
Lappearauce and GO on the apr
3aarance equity dockets JTudge
Gordon afcfornevs and litigants
J will have a great deal of york fo
n do y <
CJD OlJ YJi e murder case ha
fi tisseY Jiot triiil this < beihjrthe
1 R ffftf ofT the commonwealth vs
Richard McNnry
The brand jury wibL b tean j
peed Monday and dudgeGor
i Hl then deliver hi ehkrgc
J 3 hs ed petit cloy yury i Will be email
t Z ti ary J sCr i 1I j
Hnndrcds From This City and Surround
Ink Country to r Visit Singling
Rmgling Brothers Circus is
the magnet that will attract hun
dreds of visitors froth this city
and the surrounding country to
Hopkinsville on Saturday Oct 1
The railroads are offering special
inducements in the way of cheap
rates The programe the Rin liars
are offering this year is less than
87Y 5
artists Over 200 of them are
Europeans making their first
tour of America There are no
will de presented by the telephoning
phoning elephants the wonder
ful Schuman horses frqm Schq
maus Germans circuit the Larch
iiinilv of acrobats the Arthur
Saxon trio ofstroug men Roble
dillo the Spanish wire dancer
the Manello Marnitz family of
upsdiedown bell ringers the
Alexis family of aorialists the
Dutton company of equestrians
the aerial Klarhouians and the
The forenoon parade is far the
best btreet spectacle the Ring
ling Brothers have ever devised
IIt was built in the foreign work
shops of the show near Liverpool
alast winter at the cost of more
than 1000000 It was made
Ifrom designs executed by the
best artists of Italy and France
In It will be seen 1280 people
from all parts of the world 050
horses and more than halt the
v f
elephants < in Amencar It will
the show grdunds at 1 oclock in
the forenoon r >
NeW Shoes Causes Death
Eugene Lightfoot colored em
ploys of the Oatuiago construe
tion amp working ut Mortons
Gap met with a peculiar ned
dent this morning which caused
his death While working with
several other laborers laying
railroad ties the fatal accident
oocurre dI
He had recently purchased a
new pair of shoes which it is said
caused his death He and sever
al other men were packing a
heavy iJ when his foot slipped
on a rail as the result of a slip
pery bottom and befell receiy
ing the full force af the tie on
his neck His neck was broken
and skull fractured <
The negro was a good worker
and was one of the most trusted
employee of the construction
tOoroner crew JM Stevens of Mad
ispuvilleheld an inquest over
his dea4 body this morning and
the jury decided that his death
fwas the result of an accident
Good Vaudeville Here
One of the best vaudeville
troupes seen at the Electric the
acre this season Was here Thurs
Fridayt and Stiturday nights
The Kreoker children are cute
little Germ comedians and de
light the audience with their dia
sect songs and dialogues Johnnie
Lowry is there with the goods
witch it comes tp singing arise i
a dance artist Billy errand s
takes the remnant of Calico from
the hr peoplex
give a show that J1S well worth
l I
the price
Electric Line From Hopkinsville Outh r
rle =
rTllnti Electric railroad from
Hopljihsvilia to Gflthrie which r
vas talked considerably several
montjis ago and which man i
gQ pPosed Ivdji die and hntl n
> imob fcHrgdtte0ri is verY mabh
alivp and pro iiiis tai materU
liD l1
Was Mother of Mrs Qtt Power of This
Mrs < Mattje Wooton wife of
Lurrj Wootbn a well known con
tractor of Madison ville dR
her home on Hall street Satur
day morning at 2 oclock She
had been confined to her bed
since spring with a complication
Of diseases but it was thought
that death was caused by heart
failure She wns53 years of
Mrs Wooton was horn in the
Mt Zion country inthis coup s
ty and has spent practically all f
of her lie in Madison ville She
was a member of the Baptist
church and a gopd Christian
woman She has two living brothers
Ben Robertson of Evansville
Ind and John Robertson and
one sister Mrs Henry Wilson
of Earlington She leaves her
husband and two daughters
Mrs Ott Powers of EarJlngtou
ausl Mrs Ed W instead pf Mt
Vernon IndI
The death of his wife came as
a great shock to Mr Wooton and
two physicians were with him
Friday night r
The funeral took place at the
residence on Hall street Sunday
afternoon at 4 oclock ThevfunK
oral services will be pondyctedi +
by y Rev J A Kirtley In
terment took place at the Odd
Fellows cemetery
Resolutions of Respects of the I 00 F
eWhereas the angel of depth
has called from amoiipg spur I
beloved brother Bas Todd
Therefore be it
Resolved That ui the death
of Brother Todd this lodge
loses one of its oldest as well
as one of its most beloved mem
berS the communitya man whose
charactedjand habits were worthy
of the highest commendation
and one whose words and deeds
won for him universal esteem
Resolved That the heartfelt
sympathy of tins lodge be tend
ered the family f and we com
m nd thrn in this time of trial
and edrrdwto the cafe of Him
who doeth all things well
Resolved Further That a page
be setapart in the record book of
the lodge aEia memorial add
these resolutions spread thereon
and a copy sent to the family
and same be published in the
Earlington Bee
Whole Family Have Typhoid Fever
Dr 0 M Smith of this place
is passiuc through a soige of
typhoid fever in his family
Roy his second son who holds a
position with the L N at
Earlington came home several
weeks ago illfj audit soon ide
veopedthathehnd typhoid
Miss Ruth the only daughter
was the next to take the dread
ful naludyShe lie s parsed
through a severe attack and is
now on the way 16 recovery
The last one in the family to
takethar fevoVwas Frfaikv next
to the youngesD onDixon
Shooting Occurs Near PoolRoom
During a quarrel Saturday
morning in the restaurant in the
rear of Hudsons pool room you
West Center street MadiBonville
Ben Ramsey who is employed at
the pQe ntsh t quceat Fred
Epley but miredhti He shot
0 JBpleys feet according to re
ports <
RamstiyawAS plac and r s
his titaA Will occur this afterBoon
ft 3 ftcl cc in police court B
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j I Madisonville Notes
Miss Mattie Gray Jolt for Prince
ton Sunday 11 I
Miss Elsie Brown was in Earlln 8 t i
ton Monday t l
driJ8 Boss of this pity was
In Nortonvllle Sunday
Mrs Goo Oavfsyiisiied Mrs Mike
Cain In Mortons Monday
Mr and Mrs Kln ton of Mortons
Gap visited friends here Sunday
Mrs Walter Thompson of this
city left for Guthrie this morning
Miss Mary Tratheu of Norton
svllle was here Monday visiting
friends Airs Mike Cain spenttfaedaySun
day in MadisonvUle with her
Mri ami Mrs Carter of White
Plains spent Suhday with relatives
in this city
Mrs Wlsf JpckBon Miss
Who has Been vlsitiu her daughter
Mrs J B ROBS several weeks re
turned home Sunday
RUle Whfttmghhl the popular
Insurance man of tills place was in
Ear ll1Rton Monday morniug fishing
Jilo was re warded by a catch of two
nice groan bass weighing about four 1
pounds each
Miss Richie Stone and Percy Jameson of
ThlSCity Were Married in
Miss Richie Stone and Percy
Jameson both prominent young
society people of this city went
to Evansville Thursday morning
and were made man and wife
They were accompanied by Mr
Earl Stone a brother pf the bride
and Miss Winnie Ashby of Alad
isonvilleTlie ceremony took
placein the parsonage of the St
Paul Episcopal church and was
performed by Rev William
Reid Cross
The bride and groom retured
to Earlington Friday morning
and will make their home with
Mrs M E Goodell on Railroad
street ti
The bride is the oldest daugh
ter of rapd Mrs T H Stone
and is K popular young society
bdy The groom lSn rising
young railroad man employed as
chief clerk ao the chief dispatch
erand during his stay A here has
made a numbqr of friends
NoxfThis news item was
written up for last Fridays issue
but was held out by request of
the bride and groom with the
understanding it would not ap
pear in the other county papers
until Sept 27
Scores 3 to 0 in Favor of Madisonville
In Hqtly Contested Game
I a I
The Pembroke and Madison
yillefoot ball teams met iu a
hotly contested game on the
grounds at Madisonville Satur
day and Madisonville w nby >
score of 8 to 0 Both teams play
ed a good fast game Spillmau
played with his old time form
and kept up his reputation as
one of the best players in the
What The Saloons Did to Dawson
Voting whiskey out of Jawson
has worked a ° wonderful change
for the better Oln an incredibly
short length of time Last year
with thesaloonsinfull blast
Dawson hai 0500 visitors this
year with no saloons the number
of Visitors will reach 18500d
The banks have all increased
their deposits more new lioness
are feiul built flue last but
not least more old Hcfcoun fs have
been collected vthis ye > tr tlianlov
fir before TicergoodpQgfle al
T strvepn cityitno more saloons
fir tfaem1
k 3Q
i > j i
1 rvfT of
Will Go to Louisville on Oct 23 toAt
tend Big Class Initiation
Ool JT H Brewer of Louis
ville state manager of the
Woodman of the World and a
number of visiting sovereign s
from Earlingtnn and neighbor 1 i
a g camps were in attendance tt i
the regular meeting of the Marl
isouville camp Friday night J
Three candidates were initiated
two from Earlin gton and one JorI
th iso ville After the reglflit i
business session Col Brewer r1
made a Short address In the in
terest of the 0000 class initiation
in Louisville on October 28
Originally the class initiation
to be held in Louisville was to
have been 5000 but since nearly
4500 applications have already
been received it was decided to
raise the mark to 0000
Forty special trains through
out the state with exceedingly
low rates have been arranged for
to carry the immense crowds to
Louisville It is probable that
iMadisouville and Enrlin ton will
have a special train with a
round trip rate of 2 The train j
will leave Saturday night Oc
tober 22 and will return Mon
day morning The train is not
limited to Woodmen
No More Hanging in Kentucky
Although it is expected that
the chair may not be used for >
months the work of installing
the death chair at the Eddy ville i
Penitentiary is going on steadily
the prison commission taking no
chances of being caught napping
ZEheouair will be ready in aJa r
weeks and stay coridemmed man
who is to die in the chair will be
put to deathatEddyville inwhatl
is considered the most approved
mannef The electrocution law
became effective on June 14
Howard Withdraws
Oapt Nat Howard the Repub
lican candidate for Congress from j
the 3rd Dialriot has withdrawn I
from the race on account of bud
health He has been sick for
several days at his home in Mr
ganfield threatened with ty
phoid fever
and 1
FRIDAy H 4 4 + t +
t t
Beloved Madisonville Woman Goes to i
Her Long Name tt
Mrs Oal Walker a well j 1 1
known and popular lady otMftdV i
ison ville died at her homeitl < i
sIthat city about eight oclock 7I
Friday morning Mrs Walker
had been illvirhi lung trouble >
fefcseveral months and the end 0
r kt husband and three children a
Mary Louise Edward audHenr t
jBailie one sister biro AR
tiollf sand a brother Mr 0 HV PJ
Murphy Mrs Walker ° w a s a <
1 cots Christian woman a life
long member of UW Methodist
ohurchT and llwho knew hero c
Yete tiiep friends
J uuerai services were held at
the church Suqday afternoon at
2 oclock by Rev A D Litchi
field her 5aSfb and all that was
morlsho this loving wife tou tf
motttei jwd affectionate friend
wa f Jft ardVto rest amid a profua 1a
ion bffiowers and in the tires
eucef a large number of friends
in the Odd FelloVs cemater Yr
andVJier spirit has winged its
jqyhp through the ether blue
to join the ranks of Gods saints
who dwell in the Eternal City i
Will Pay Fifty Cents on the Dollar
An inventory of the stocknndi
real estate held by R L Partsba I
who recently filed a petition n
bankruptcy shows the as et8ofLI
the firm to be about J > 8000 and t
their liabilities something like t f
18000 t
The Madisonville Savings Bank f
is the largest creditor J
AcjWl c 4it r r i t
Madisonville vwgs Bank iff
858 Hopkins County Bank 1c
760 Farmers Nationnl iffI
550 Home Improvement flow uJ
pany 1450 and D 0 James
1500 > > ri
It is estimated that the firm I
will pay fifty cents on the dollar
A man never realizes tUesuf z
parity of woman so much as
when he is sewing qu a button
without a thimble pushing tlie
needle against the wall to get it
half way through the other half 0
by hanging on to it with the
530 Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet 4
GiviB Away ly the
In order to get new subscribers and collect backs b
scriptions the SemiWeekly Bee will give with each dollar
paid on subscription a ticket with a number onit This t
ticket entitles you to a chance on the 30 Kitchen r
Cabinet now on display in the Bee office These
tickets lun from 501 to 1301 rand the number that wins 1
is in a sealed I envelope deposited in the I Earlington Bank t
In case all the numbers are not taken by November ist
then the next lowest number to the one in the bank gets the i d
130 Cabinet Some one will get this useful and handsome
piece of kitchen furniture on Noyember 1st and it may be
You If you are not a subscriber now is the time to join i
us r If you are a subscriber now is the time to renew 6r pay v
up your subscription J
LS r °
Remember 1 150 pays for the semiWeekly Bee gnVk
Yearives you a chancy attne 530 Cabinet and your choice
of the Graniteware or one of Rooseveltg t riliingvEx
perience Hunting Big Came in Africa Cpr ie to the Be e f >
office and le us shpwyoR the premiums This is the oppor
tunity o f a lifetime rake advantage of it now
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