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EARL1NGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KY., FR1DA1, SEPTEMBER 20, 1912
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In Corporation Franchise Tax for
the Year I9!2
IS NOW IN HANDS OF
SHERIFF FOR COLLECTION
The State Board of Valuation
has mado followiug assessment
against corporation for Franchise
tax ia.HopkiiiB County for the
year 1912. The same has been
certified to County Olork Will T.
Mills aud ho has mado copies
and furnished" tho Sheriff and
yarious tax-collectors of the dif
ferent towns j, for collections.
Tho Franchise Assessment for
y this year is very much . larger
than last year. The increase be
being largely on Kailroads 'aud
Express Company's. '
Sopf. 18. 1. 0. Railroad, 22.20
miles $582,218 81. ,
Sept. 18. Cumberland Tel. &
Tel., 007 miles-$15447.72.
Aug. 28. Central Home Tel.
Co., 160 miles ,004 70.
Aug. 28. Spring Lake Ice &
Water Co., .-$0,000.
Aug. 28. White Plains Tel.
Aug. 28. Western Union Tel.
Co., 288 miles $lO;722.Cu
Sept. 18, Southern Express Co
Sept. 18. Pullman Co., 49 98
Sept. 18. American Exp r e s s
Co., 22.20 miles.--$7,802.79.
Sept. 18. Adorns Express Co.,
Everybody is liable to "catch
cold" but those who glvo a cold
proper attention never have serious
iutftf diseases. It is noglect thnt
makes them serious. Prudent per
sons uao BALLARD'S HORE
HOUND SYRUP as soon as the
troublo appears and tho cold is cured
at once.' Price 25o, 50c aud $1.00 per
bottlo. Sold by St. Bernard Mining
Co., Incorporated Drug Department.
The Orator Who Nearly Lost His Pants
In the September American
Magaziup appq'urs the following
about a delegate at the Balti
more convention who made a
"The crowd listoned approv
ingly to a frenzied speech from
a Southwestern statesman who
introduced au entirely hew geB
. ture. With his right hand out
stretched he made wild clutches
at his shoulder with his left hand
thumb, It turned put tuat this
was no. more affectation to em
phasize his rhetoric, but that his
'galluses' wore slipping. He re
marked to a follow delegate as
he came down from the platform :
I duru near lost ray pants.' "
If you knew tho real value of
Chamberlain's Liniment for lame
back, soreness of tho musoles, sprain
aud , rbuomatio pains, you would
never wish to be without it. For
sale by All Dealers.
September 25 and 26, 1912
Our Hats are extinctive and exclusive in style and
reasonable in price. A cordial invitation is given to
youo visit our store during this exhibition.
j$s mdc r ivi
ivi n i li" W i v
posite Hotel "Madison Madisonville, Ky.
Everybody looks forward to
the annual revival in Madison
ville Christian Church because
their church Jbuilding is largo en
ough to seat such great audiences
and because the church spares
no expense in bringing the best
talent to be found in America
H. E. Willite, an Evanglist of
National fame began a series of
meetings there Thursday night.
His singer F. E. Shaul is a mas
ter in his line. They have started
with Enthusiastic Audiences
Minister S M Bernard invites
everybody to attend.
Quite a uuique entertainment
will be given Saturday night on
tho court house square by the
Senior class of the high school
in the way of a carnival. The
proceeds to go in tho fund beiug
raised to buy a piano. The side
shows will be great, each one will
be very high-class aud worth
more than the small price of ad
admission, Mr; and Mrs. G. W. Sypert at
tended the Nashville State Fair
The Garrick Theatre in Mad
isonville, when finished will be
tho prettiest play house outside
of Louisville iu the State.
Miss Essie Nictiolls is in Louis
ville this week.
Rankin Eastin waF-in Nashville
Weduebday attending the Ten
nesseee State Fair.
' Mr. and Mrs. Payne, of Nor
touville, were in Madisouville
Mrs. Roy Hall returned home
Wednesday from Indianapolis
where she has been the guest of
Mrs. O. G. Ong.
Don't forget the opening of the
Garrick Theatre in Madisonville
-Oct. 4, "The Yankee Girl."..
Miss Lena Arnold, of Green
ville, who has been the guest of
Mrs. W. J. Oox in this city, re
turned home Tuesday.
Miss Clara Doudna is the guest
of relatives in Ohio
M. K. Gordon was in Nortou
Miss Dixie Morrow, of Nebo,
was in Evansville Tuesday.
Mrs. O. A. Morton, is visiting
her mother Mrs. Walker in Hen
derson. Mrs. Fred Fieler aud Elizabeth
DeMos8 Were in' Earlington
Thursday on business.
Elmer and John Lantaff of
Buelah were in Madisonville
Rev. S. M. Bernard has just
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By J. E.FAWCETT
Just dreaming in the shadow of the honeysucle vines,
That around the arbor its arms in beauty twines,
Dreaming of the summer time, with its bftds aud flowers and
Of the mocking birds singing, in the sweet June apple trees.
Just sittius: here dreaming with my head down on my hands
While my mind iu fancy wanders back to boyhood sunny
lands: " '':. ':-.
Back to the old log school house with its puncheons on the
floor; - K ","
And 'the winter sun a shimn&t'hrough,the wide cracks in the
door, .-" " - J' , ,- , '
Just dreaming of by-gone day) inthe happy long ago,
When my hands were not trembly and my step so short and
How I uaed to go a fishing in-.the creek down by the mill,
Fvery Saturday evening, mo and Tom and Joe and bill.
Just sitting here dreaming of ja girl I used to know,
With sparkliug eyes and curley locks in the misty long ago,
Dreaming of the spelling match and the many husking bees
And the mrioulight ramble homeward underneath the whis
Just sitting here dreaming of 'the woods I used to roam,
Watching the birds at mating time and the squirrels to their
home. , '
Seems like to me 'twas yesterday but it has been many a day
Since a careless barefoot boy-I spent the time in play.
Just sitting here dreaming while a tear steals in my eye,
Of my old home and mother and the happy days gone by, .
Wlien life was like a singing brook, a long and gladsome
Danciug iu the twilight shadows bright and happy all day
Just sittiug here dreaming of that home beyond the sky,
Where we'll meet again some day in the future you and I,
Dreaming that no darkening shadow may rise that day to mar,
The passage of our trembling sonls when we cross o'er
the bar. "
I St Charles Talk I
Have you paid y.our city TaxeB
Did vou know that the last Legis
lature passed an act lor the enforce
ment of the attendance of children
in tho Common schools, there Is such
a Law, and anyone having in custo
dv, control or supervision of any
child, or children botween the ageB
of seven and twelve years Bhall cause
suoh child or children to be enrolled
in, and to attend, some public or
private school for the full common
school torm, any parent, guardian,
or other person failing to comply
with the nrovlslons of this law, Bhall
forfeit to the use of the schools with
in the district in which suoh child
lives, the sum of not lesB than five
dollars, nor more than twenty dol
lars for the first oflenBe. nor less
than ten dollars, nor more than flftv
dollars for the second offen'se. It
shall also be the duty of the teach
era to report promptly and regularly
to the Trustees or other local Bonooi
officers, the names of all parents,
guardfans, or other personB who fail
to comply with this law.
The road from the W. R. Raymer
corner, to the OhriBtian Church
should be made, as so many have
offered to assist in this work, it does
look like the church folks' should
Eldie Pheloa. city tax collector, is
out with hiB books, you had better
pay up, before you are prdeeeded
agalnBt aB a Delinquent.'
' Strauge how good and law-abiding
Bonie people get, and how little they
know, just before the' Grand Jury
goes into session.
If you are a good citizen, you will
assist the officers of the law fn rid
ding the community of that which
tends to make your town worse and
make of your boyB anything but do
Blrable boys, remember "that when
you shield a criminal, or anyone
that is violating the law, you are
St. Charles has a city health offi
cer, ancBhould you know of any un
cleanly premises that it dangerous
to the public health, it is your duty
to report the same to hlra.
E. L. Blanks happened to a very
nalnf ul accident Monday afternoon.
while returning from Fox Run mine
with his so'ii !Ed. their mule became
I'ttrlghteaedWan Automobile and rah
away, throwing them out and break-
ing Mr. Blanks' finger, and shaking
ihem up considerably.
Mibb Nell Robinson was in Earl
The bridges in and around St.
Charles, are in a bad condition, and
dangerous for driving.
H. O. Strader and wife, Bpent Sun
day in Eddyville.
Mrs. D. P. Curry, and little daugh
ter Emily, have returned home after
an extended .visit to relatives and
friends In Louis.ville, and Owenton,
Q. R. Jacobs returned last Satur
day, after a two weeks visit to rela
tives and friends in Grayford Ind.
Gilbert King, of Earlington, waB
in our city Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. R., G. McEuen and
little Bon Reginald, of Earlington,
spent Sunday here with relatives.
D. D. Woodruff and daughter Miss
Charlie, are visiting relatives and
attending State Fair at Nashville
Miss Ola Robinson, who is attend
ing Bchool at Earlington. spent Sat
urday and Sunday here with rela
tives, W. J. Faull and D. D. Woodruff,
made a business trip to Earlington
MesdameB W. J. Faull and B. F.
Gilliland, spent Saturday in Earl
ington with relatives and friends.
J. W. Prltchott. ol Earlington, was
in our city Monday.
Miss Mona Faull who 1b attending
school at Dawson, spent Saturday
and Sunday here with parentB.
Leonard Palmer, of Dawson, spent
Sunday here with relatives.
NorrlB King was in Earlington
W. G. Wright, of Carbondale, was
in our town Monday.
Jas. R. Rash, F. D. Rash, General
Manager and R. E. Whifler, Chief
Engineer, of the St. Bernard Mining
Go., Earlington, Ky., were in pur
city Monday on business.
Mrs. Dr. Veal, of Daniel Boone,
and visitors, called on Mrs. Dr.
Curry, of our city Monday
Josopb and Will Ashmore, of the
Buffalo country, were in town Mon
day on business.
Mrs. MaUdo Tuck, and children
have returned to their home in
Bowling, Green after an extended
visit to Mrs. Heglnbottom of this
Hev. S. M. Bailey will hold hiB
regular serviced at the Methodist
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Nortonville Notes X
W. C. Hamby left Wednesday for
Richmond, Va., where he will at
tend The Postmasters Convention.
Ho will be gone ten days and will
visit other points of Interest before
Mr. and Mrs. Smith Davis were
here Saturday visiting friends.
Ernest Lacy left Saturday for His
home at Crofton, whore be will
spend a couple of weeks before en
tering school at Valpanso.
Miss Mary Trathen spent the week
end in the country visiting rela
tivoB. It. O. Oldham is at work again aN
ter a weeks illness.
Mr" and Mrs. Clair Horton were
the gueBt of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Al
mon Suuday. ,
Mrs. Lou Kennedy visited friends
in Madisonville Sunday.
C. S. Williams, of Madisonville
was here Wednesday.
Mrs. Eliza Moore returned Wed
nesday from a pleasant visit with
relatives in Madisonville.
Miss Gertrude Black, of Madison
ville, was hero Wednesday.
Mrs. A. B. Lacy is spending seve
ral dayB with her mother, at Crof
ton, thiB week.
Mibb Carrie Croft,- of Alleusvllle,
is spending her vacation with her
Mrs. J. H. WilkinB spent Monday
night iu Earlington and attended
the meeting of the Rebeccas.
The revival conducted by Rev S.
M, Bernard, of Madisonville, closed
Wednesday with 25 additions.
Miss Mary Trathen left Friday for
Evansville where she will spend a
two days conference of the Cumber
land Telephone & Telegraph Co.
at the lake Wednesday morn
ing;. "I Buffered habitually from constipation,
Doan's Regulets relieved and strengthened the
bowels so that they have been regular ever
since." E Davis. Grocer, Sulphur Springs
MIsb Fannie Martin and Oladie
Peyton were quietly married yester
day morning at 5 o'olock by Rev. G.
M. Dame at the home of the bride.
Tho bride is a splendid young lady,
while the groom is a young man of
sterling worth, and both have a
great number of friends hete. The
young couple left on the Dixie Fly
er for Tennessee.
A Bore throat can be treated best
from the outside. The throat should
be rubbed gently with BALLARD'S
SNOW LINIMENT. Apply at
night and cover with a cotton cloth
bandage; by mornlug the soreness
will disappear. Price 25o, 50c and
$1.00 per bottle. Sold by St. Bernard
Mining Co., Incorporated Dru Department..
With Ckm' Prgruu Minstrels at Tempje Theatre, StrJmv
Night, September 21$t.
t Church Notes
,M. E. Church South
Services at the M. E. Church
South Sunday at 11 :00 a. m. by J. B.
Adams P. E. and at 7:30 p. m. by
the pastor. This service will close
mv pastorate. I want all my mem
bers to attend this Bervice. Thero
will be u special program by the
Sunday School Sunday morning at
9:80. We hope to have a full attend
ance. You are a meraborBO be sure
and come out and be in your place.
Howard J. Brazelton closed a suc
cessful meeting' with the Grapevine
Church Friday night, and will All
his pulpit Sunday morning aud
3unday Sohool at 0:30 a. m.
Uncle zra Says -
"It don't take more'n a gill uv ef
fort to git folks into a peck of trou
ble" and a little neglect of constipa
tion, billtouBness, indigestion or
other liver derangeraont will do the
same. If ailing, take Dr. King's
New Life Pills for quick results.
Easy, safe, euro, and only 25 cents
at all druggiBts.
CURFEW LAW '. '
WILL BE ENFORCED
In Madisonville Kids Must be in by 9
O'clock or be Run in by Police
At a meetinc of the Oity Ooun
cil Wednesday night, ltjfwas de
termined that the Ourfew Law
which has been an ordinance for
a long time shall from this time
forward be enforced. Mayor
Gatlin has gi.veu' the policemen
instructions to arrest every child
found on the streets of Madison
ville after 9 o'clock in the even
ing and to proceed according to
At 9 o'clock the whistle at the
Electric Works will be,blown so
as to give warning that it is time
for the youngsters to get to their
homes. This law is tn be rigidly
enforced without regard as to
who may get caught iu the toils
of the law.
An artical that has real merit
should in time become popular,
That Buch is the oase with Chamber
Iain's Cough Reriedy "hns been at
tested by many dealers. Here is
one of them. H. W, Hendricksou,
Ohio Falls, Ind., wrltos,'"Chamber
lain's C ough Remedy is the best for
coughs, colds and croup, and Is my
beBt 8tller." For sale' by All Deal
ers. Wanted at once 100 Miners.
NortonviujE Coai. & Coke Co.
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