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and FRIDAY "AFTERNOON TUESDAY and FRIDAY AFTERNOON IF YOU DON'T ADVERTISE YOUR BUSINESS ADVERTISE IT FOR SALE EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1913 TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR Ao. 32 PREPARING FOR TRIPJTODALLAS Patrol Of Rizpah Temple To At tend Imperial Council HANDSOME FOLDER ISSUED . KILLED IN COAL MINES LAST YEAR Twenty-Three Hundred And Sixty Loie Lives A neat little folder litis Just been Issued by it. M. Slatun.K. U. Hardin and II. H. Holemnn, Dallas com mltteo Appointed by Rlzpah Templo to complete arrangements for tlio uilgrlniAgo to tlm S'Jth annual ses slot) of tint Imperial Couccll, wlncli will bo held nt Dallas, May 12-lfi. a nounolnir the route, equipment, ratet, schedule, etc., for tills trip. These folders have been mailed to the entire membership of Rltpah, which numbers something like 400, and when the Arnb Patrol repro sentlug the temple, loaves here on Saturday night, May 10th. It l -x-pectert that tlt-re will b qu tu a uuintfl of Noble from .Madin-n. villa and Mirrouuding town tti J mi them lor tlio trip, wlilo'i prtunifHs bo n very pleasant nno. x Iiii,luiiliig''Oafit. Hardin, hrtvoo." t -en niPii will cniupusu the pttrnl t represent Mndlsouvillo. A Hll'mat car will bo nidotracktd imrti. t 'Is will bo picked up by North bound passenger train No. HI., But u relay nlKht, May 10. nt 11:20 The folder s-iys In part: "For tlx accommodation o( all Noblesof Rlzpah Temple, thoir fainl Iiob and friends, tlm Dallas com mltte ban arranged for thorough I'ullmnn glottper to be operated- r.m MndUmvllt' to Dalian, combining nt Kuansvilln with equipment of IC malr Teniplo, Louisville, which will enablo us to operate a a special train via. the following route MndUonvilIo to St. Louis, L. & N. St. Lotus to Texarkann, St. L. I. M & S. It : Texarkana to Dallas, T. & P. 8pculal train arriving at Dallas at 8:25 Monoay morning. "Our train will cotitiat of onff mod ern uombinatlon baggage car, chc trlofightod dining car and mojloru drawing room sleeping cars. The rate from M ullsoiivlltn will be $20.05 for tlis round trio, npniyliitc via ab'vs route returning via Now Orleans or via Memphis, tickets on sale Mav (Ml. Tlio Pullman rate will bo lower double berth, Madl- souvillo to Dallas, $5.00 upper 1 00. Washington, April 23.-Twpnty- Ihreo hundred and sixty men were killed In the coalmlnesof tbeUnlted States last year out of a total of three quarters of a million employed n tho Industry, according to a tatement Issued today by the Unit ed StatHS Bureau of Mines. Iho death rate was 8jl5 in every 1.000 menomplojed. The bureau further makes the f-tntetiieni that tho number of men ktlltd was tho least since 1000, that tbo doath rate wns the suiallesrsince 1800. una that the number of tons ol coat taken Itom the ground in pro portion to the number of men klllutl was the greateston record. Tho statistics show that with 0,000 more miners employed In 1013 than In 1007, there were 837 les deaths in lUl'J With 20 000 nir men uinployeo In 1012 than In 1011, there WriM 860 Ixsoeatbsio 1012. Mv little son Inui u very severe cold. I was recommended to try fihmiiherliiln's Cough Remedy, nntl beforo a m II bottle was flnlhetl be wan as well aever." writes Mrs. H. Silks, 0 Dnwllng street. Sydney, Australia. This reined v Is for Hle bv All Dealers. Don't Forget the Two Reel Feature at the Princess Movie Saturday Night We wlU have four good reels In cludintr a two reel feature at tho Princess Movie Saturday-night. There is something doing at the Pnncciss Movie every night. We have 4 good reols hown on a splen did canvass with a strong qleft,r light. Have yqu noticed how clear and plain the pictures are at tlje Princess Moule. TlWt Is because we have a direct current of 250 volts. You will look a toon whiln before vou find a better milplnr9 lr ciiugli and inlds til it. Chamberlain Cough lletlledy. It (nil itlllV KIVuk rellifl ite.uifh. Trv it wh4h vou have a cough er cold, ncl you aro cermln to be pleased witlt too prompt curn which It will t ltect. For Bale by All Dialers. MUCH TOBACCO RUINED Madisonville Notes T. J. MORGAN Q0ES TO THE FOREST HOUSE RUSSELLVILLE Miny Beds Arc Sown in Gran-seed by Caldwell Night Kidcrs 1'rrnceton, Ky-, April 28. Nearly every dny brings now de velopments in regard to tho niirlit rider destruction of tho to bacco plant beds in this country. In some itist uiices farmers, who hud been feeling good, thinking that, their led 'had not bt'Pii molested, as tho omviu covering them sv.ih intact, were Kppripeu of tlio contrary f net. upon invos- titration, it bein discovered that the canvas had been carefully n movpd, jirnsf seed sown nnd the cinvns roplaci'd as thotiuh nnth. inp had hnpDi-nod to the beds. Ilorotoforo tho deprediitioi" had beon confined n Mi u.itorn nud sourliern Kt-etiinis of t i country bat tln report is pre- valent. tliut the iii'tufiniH work has not been currrntte'l in oMiar sectiou-s of tlio country, uls . Loui-vi 1" Pn"-. When He Was Late What made you so late?" I met Sniithsou." "Weil, that is no rearon why you ihould bn an hour late Kettlnn homo r.i Mimner." 'I know, but I atked him how h was feeling, and no lusistna on ten Iuk me about his s'omach trouble." Did vou tell him to take Cham berlalu's Tablet!?" 'Sure, that is what he needs." S dd by All Dealers. court There Don't be surprised if you have an attack of rheuniatlsm this Bprlinr. Just rub tlio atleoted pits freely with Chamberlains Liniments and it will soon disappear. Sold by All Dealers, Notice y The Manager of the Idle Hour Theatre wishes to state that during the High Water, they were com pelled ,to usn enierjienoy reels for tho time being, out are nualn on their rular cireui, ami are Rttlnir first class pictures, and up to their old staudar I in every way. RoYal Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Makes delicious home-baked foods oi maximum quality at ijilnimum cosL Makes home baking pleasant and profitable W. A. Smith, the- Janitor for the Court House who was operated up on a few days ago Is Retting along fine and will be out in a short time. Jon't forgot tho Band boys and their carnival here the week of April j 28th to May 3rd. There will be nine goo 2, clean, up-to-date show. Every body go and help the boys get now uniforms and instruments. Tho Pstit Jury panol for tho May term ot Court has been drawn and j there has boon some of them notlfl- ed by the sheriffs. Some ono poisoned the' fine Bull dog of Dr. Gardner a few days ago. He was a very fine animal and was highly valuod by the Doctor and his family. Ren T. Robinson, of Mortons Gap was In tho city Wednesday morning on business. O. M. Arvin, made a business trip to Hopklnsvlllo Wednesday morn ing. W. L. Gordon Jr., lolt Wednesday for his mlnet in MuhlonburgcounXv after Btoylng a fow days tn tlio "cfty with his family. '-J, ' DavoKincheloe, left Wednesday for Central City add Greenville nlnr he goes to attend court in lliatctiuntv. W. S. Dulln, made a business trip in Honi.-itit.vMin weanesaav uioru- IIK. r-K , Miss Lonlso Walker, left Wednes day mornlnir for n visit to relatives in Nashville Tenu. 'tiB The May term of tho Clr will cotiveue lu a short time are not many criminal castas, but the equity and civil duckots are .pretty large. L. D. H. Rodrrors. left yesterday morning for a' vlalt to frlendsht Owensboro. Mrs. A Al. Howell and children, of Fordsvllle aro vlsltlne relatives In the city this week, W. W. Siiioak the "Now Hustler Man" is in LoiiibviIIh this week at tending the Cost Conference lu that oltv. Mr. mid Mrs. Peroy Rerry, of Providence, were In the city yester day niornlug enrouto to Evansville and othorclties. W. W. Carr left Thursday morn, iim for a visit to friends In Sturg'B for a week. Sam D. Langley, candidate for county court clerk was in Mortons Can Thursday visiting friends. James E. Alexander, made a business trip to Earllngton Wednes day afternoon. Miss Daisy Borders, is spending several days this week with relatives In Earllngton. judge R. B. Bradley, Lee Gibson, Sheriff Stauley, J. E. Hlcklln and Ituby Laffoon, left yesterday for Frankfort to go before the Tax com mlttoe and try and have tb Hopkins county tax, assessment lowered, They will be gone for several days. Dr. R. B. Stuoot, made a business rip to Earllngton yesterday morning. Mrs. Amelias Davis, of Mortons bap, who has beeu vultlug relatives In the city returned home Thursday afternoon. Frank Cain, who Is attending sohool In Lexington 1b home for a days with Ins mother, Mrs. M.Cain, of South Main Street. Sam Woodyard, marBhall, of Nor- touvllle was lu tho city Thursday morning mi business, Don't forget to patronize the Carnival next week and help the Hand boys get new uniforms aud musje. There will be nine good clean shows. W. W. Klugston, ooal operator of the mlneB at White City waB in to wn Thursday ou business. .Mrs. R. M. Salmon and daughter of Illsey were lu the city Thursday vislting frionde aud shopping. E.L.Young, left for a visit of a fow hours to Hanson Thursday morulnj;. Sirs. Love Osborne.of the Richland country was In the elty Thursday afternoon. y r Mrs Paaliue Brooks and Misa Maty"iiowlett who havo b$on id Fort Vorth, Texus for several months will be home in a short time. Ltavei Nortonvllle For More Important Place on May 1st. T. J Morgan, wbn has established an enviable reputation as. a hotel man .luring the several yoars he has successfully operated the Norton vlllo hntnl, will take charge of the Forest llouso at Russelvlllen May the first. It Is, gratifying t" the numerous friends of Mr. Morgan and his good family to know they are going to an hnportont town and will operate the leading hotel there. There Is a gen eral feeling nmnng the friends and traveling public that Mr. Morgan de doBorvos richly to have this large op partuulty in which to experience his talent ns a hotel man. , Every family that hat children Is liable to have croup; invariably at night. If MALLARD'S HORE- HOUND SYKUF is Kept in tne. hotiBM, it saves going after the med icine at an Inconvenient time and checks tlio attack promptly. Price 25c, 50o ann" $1 00 per bottle. Sold by St. Bernard Mlnlnir Co.,, Incor porated, Drug Donartmeiit. LIQUOR SEEPS IN But The Webb Bill is Having .Marked Effect In Madisonville UNIQUE DIVORCE SUIT Man Is Sued Because He Discussed Lum bcr Deal With A Woman Madisonville, Ky., April 23. The Wobb bill has hud a telling eilect in this city but tho liquor leaks into some crevices. Tho officers keep their eyes opm, ar.d every train tin t comes into the station is met, and if there Is any suspicious lookinsult ease or crip, examination Is ruado of the contents. Many an unlucky owner has been fined and several given a jail sentence since tho Webb bill wont into eilect. The bill does not keep the rum from coming, but it has to come In very small quantities. It seems that there are more suit-case than, usual, and the pfllcore keep a closo watch for them. Two. women, colored, gallv dressed, stepped from the train recently and were marched straight way to tho police Matlon and were found to have muro than the usual allowmico, a gallon, and were fined for tho nlTonse. Davis Jagoo and Clarence Fergu son, two well-known youug men, of this city, were found to havo a bountiful supply at a pool room, nnd FuiguBou got a fine and jail seur- etice, while the other young man will have his trial Friday, New York, April 23. Becauio Samuel Scliench, a millionaire lum ber operator of California, spent forty-eight hours last January dis cussing a fGOO.OOO lumber deal with Mrs. Abbe LeLonde Morgan, a prom luout society woman of Buffalo, Mrs, Schenck has sued for divorce. The case came up today before Justice Glegrich In the Supreme Court. Mrs. Morgan put In n denial to Mrs. Schonck's charges, but failed to appear to-day. Neither did Schenck attend the trial. He Is said to be In the West. Mrs. Rankin, a tall, prepossessing young woman, in whose apartments the prolonged discussion is alleged to have occurred, was the chief witness. She admitted that Schenck and Mrs. Morgan were her gubsts upon the occasion in qucstiou. She had known Mrs, Morgan for about ten years. "Did they occupy an apartment together?" Mrs. Rankin waa asked. "How should I know? They were in the parlor when 1 retired," she retorted. What were they dojng?" "Discussing a business deal some thing about timber lands." "When did you next see them?" "At tho breakfast table next morning. They were still diBCUBB Ing the timber deal, although the more Important details seemed to have been settled.1' Mrs. Ruby Rush, of Columbus, Ohio, a niece of Mrs. Schenck, was the next witness and testified that she had met Schenck lu a Columbus hotel shortly after his conference with Mrs. Morgan and that he had admitted to her that the conversa tlou had drifted to matters other than business. Decision was reserved. GROWS BEAUTIFUL, HEAVY HAIR-25 CENT "DANDERINE Destroys dandtruff Stops falling hair Cleans and invigorates your scalp Delightful dressing MISS MARGARET . JITCHELL s Again In The Lead ByJA Slight Mojorily In Mammoth Cave Contest To be pos3e93en of a head of heavy, beautiful hair ; soft, lus trous, fluffy, wavy and free from danderulT is merely a matter of OBing a little Danderino. It is easy and inexpensive to have nice, coft hair and lots of it. Jnst set a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's Dannerine now all drag stores recommend it apply little as directed and within ton minutes there will be an ap peaaance of abundance; fresh' boss; ilufllness and an incompar able gloss nnd lustre and try as you will you cannot find a trace of dauderuff or falling hair; but your real surprise will be after about two weeks' use, when you will see new hair fine and dow- uv nt first yes but really now hair sprnutino, out all over your scalp Uanderine is, we believe, the only fure hair grower; de stroyer of dunderuff aud cure for itchy scalp and it never fails to stop fallini; hair at once, If you want to prove how pret ty and soft your hair really is, moisteu a cloth with a little Uan doriue and carefully draw it through your hair takins one smaUtrand at a time. Your. hair will be soft, glossy and beau tiful In a few minutes a de. lightful surprise awaits everyone who tries this. bickVTftylor, formerly conducl tor on tkls division was in the city WedneBduy visiting old friends. Coal at Fifty Cents an Ounce Anthracite is beinj sold by the otiucc uot on account of scarcity but because of the pecul iar n?o made of it in the tele phone transmitter. In each of these instruments thoro are 420 niiligrnms of grau late,d carbon, produced by grind iac a certain picked quality of hard coal into lino granules plac cd in a crucible nnd baked 24 houif. The product, after it comes from the furnace, looks very much like gunpowder. A teaspoonful will fill 25 transmit ters, and once poured into the very small cup of the instrument tho granules perform their pecul iar and distinct function for yours as long as the transmitter is operative. The making of this product is u suo'ret process,- the coal gran ules being mixed with chemicals which harden them in baking, aud it is sold at50 cents an ounce by the manufacturers to the tele phono companies. Carbon is the only substance which can be successfully used in a telephone transmitter as the conducting medium between the electrodes. Hundreds of other substances have been tried, but this is the only material which lias stood the test sinde Thos. A. Edison discovered its use for this nurposn in 1877. The first form used was a small carbon button, which was superseded by carbon in granulated form, the use of which rolMjunchauged to the present timeBhs It is estimated thaT800,000 telephone transmitters are mau ufactured every year, and they require approximately three tons of coal groud into 8,000,000 gram or 108,000 ounces. At SO cents per ounce this ton of selected jcoal, which costs, perhaps, $15 a ton (as only certuiu pieces from the ordinary anthrucitoare nsed) is, resold in the form of grannla 1 l I r AID AAA . UJU cutuuu ur ?io,uuv par iuu, MARY MARTIN IS SECOND Miss Margaret Mitchell is again n the lead in the Bee's Mammoth Gave, Diamond ring content by a slight majority and Miss Mary Martin is a closo sec ond and Miss Maymo Mcintosh third, M8B Gertie Oaveuess fourth and Miss Davie Barnott of Mortons Gap fifth. The candidates are all doing good work and there is absolute ly no telling what changes time will bring in the standing of tho contestants. Miss Bessie Oook, of St. Char les, is still in the race, and as the people of SN Charles havo never yet failed to send a candidate to the cave ou these trips, it would not be a surprise if they seud one this time. The interest in tho race is increasing all Hie time and will doubtless get quite ex citing along toward the latter part of June. There will be a lanre party of friends accomdany the five winners on the cave trip this year and twelve of these will be young ladies from St. Louis. Earllngton Miss Mary Martin 183,690 MIbs Margaret Mitohell 193.7B0- Miss Gertie Caviness...v 152,500 Miss Mayme Mcintosh 183,700 Hadisonullle Miss Nell Dulm 5,250 Miss Mary Ross 3,100 Miss Versa Hart 2,500 Morions Gab, Mhs Barbara ThomaB 07,225 Miss Dovio Barnett 72,500 SI. Charles x Miss Bessie Cook 1 43 750 Mlsb Maude Jenkins 1,000 Nortonvllle Miss Sadie Bethel 0,SOa Miss Auuip. Mario Morgan 12,000 Hanson Miss "Emma Asliby Miss Ruth Jones , 3,500-7,450- Burning of Coal In'spite of science and its dis coveries, a problem of much im portance to coal trado remains, unsolved. The cauBe of heating- and burning of coal in the, pile has yet to be determined- A. numbor of reasons has been ad vanced, the one most accepted being the presence of fireclay and sulphur in tho coal. Since these will not burn of themselves the reason is defective. The other most important theory is that of oxidation and rise in tem perature becaugo of light volatilo matter. But lorv volatile coal like smokless, lacking "light" gases, burns in tho pile. East ern coals rarely fire, with tha ex ception of some West Virginia coals. Illinois nnd Indiana coals are far more subject to tho fir- ng. Efforts continuo to solve tho mystery. Bate Ball Sunday Earllngton vs Croflon. LT-h1?re will be a Base Ball game' in ttiis city Sunday, between this city and Orofton. Dallas Curtis and Marvin Mltolioll are the movjng spirits in the game. TUdv boys have been practicing and a good game is expected. The ground is iu good conditiou. Game called for 3 o'clock. B. It. Thomas" of the county Eeat was iu town Wednesday, Bracelets Worn by the Insane. Bracelets havo been worn from tlm Immemorial.' but few wearers pt th golden band, of toe present day fcao UUU iney were qnsw-Hffu hi u gtnsa toe insane, ueium iuu were confined to asylums thsj; as armlet lor aiitmcuea.