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and FRIDAY AFTERNOON and FRIDAY AFTERNOON Strywe IF YOU DON'T ADVERTISE YOUR BUSINESS ADVERTISE IT FOR SALE TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR EARUNGTON. HOPKINS COUNTY, KY., TUESDAY. MAY 27, 1913 Ae. 40 HON, JOHN LANGLEY May be Republican Candidate for United States Senator Believes Bhances for His Party are Excellent. QUARRELS AMONG DEMO CRATS HELP REPUBLICANS Washington, My 24 It i? Btated on authority that Repres entative Langley of the Tenth Kentucky District will be n can didate in the Kentucky State primaries for the Republican nomination for United S'ntes Senator to succeed Sjnator Brad ley. During the past month lie has received communications from many Koutuckians urging that he make the race, and it if understood that he hns decfd-d eo to do. Representative Liugley ha closely watched the Sai.l-,.-Beckham McOreary light in Kb incipient stage and has conclud ed, it is understood, that the bit ternesi existing between S'ahley and Beckliam supporters will re sult in a breach that will pave the way for another Republican candidate, as did Senator Brad ley, to cop the election in a State that wap Democratic. While S?nalor Bradley has uot divulged his future plans, there is a feoliug that he does not as pire to succeed himself when hi? term expires in 1015 It is said 'that Lmgley is proceeding with such an implied understanding although if Sjnator Bradley con cludes to get into the contest;, he may not go before the primaries. i Primary For Office of Postmaster Winchester. Ky., May 25 For the first time in tho history of Olark County the rule of appoint ing a postmnster is to be shatter ed and a primary is held to de cide what democrat shall succeed John G. White, postmaster at this place against whom charges have been preferred. ijstmaster General Burleson hus requested Mr. White's resignation. The primary plau was hit np by tho countj committee. -Anuniberof aspirants have auoounced. They will bo required to' put up $50 each to cover primary expenses with the winning candidate foot ing thehaugovor expense, if any. June 28 has been selected on which to hold the primary. Ladies Will Entettain The ladles of tho Board will .en tertain the Twentieth Graduating Class and Board at the residence of Mrs. E. W. Rash on Wednesday evening, May twenty-eighth from eight to olevon. You are cordially Invited. Mrs. Stolla "Kemp. Mrs, E. L. Wise. . : Mrs. A. O. Sisk. Mrs. W. E. Rash. Mre. Ernefct Newton. Earllngton, Ky, Blihop Woodcock Here June llth Rev. G. C.Abbott, of Hopkins- villo, pastor of tho Grace EpiBCo pal church there, desires the an nouncement made that Bishop Woodcock of the Diocese of Ken tucky, will conduct cervices at Madlsonville on Juno 10th, and Darlington June 11. It is not known just yet whore Bishop Woodcook will hold these services as there is uo Episcopal church in Earliugton. This will be an nounced later. Bishop Wood cock is one of the leading pulpit orators of the country and enjoys a national reputition as a speak er of groat force aud power. There will doubtless be a large audience to greet him on his urrival. Bishop Woodcock has been to this city aud the members of the congregation aud others will eu joy the opportunity to hear him, memorial day To Bt Observed on Sunday July lit I. Ex-C. V. and U. D. Ci Earljngton Chapter U. D. 0. and fcx-Uonfederate Vetern ana uo, 8rd Kentucky Rig., K. 8. G. of Madlsonville wll observe Memorial day at the Odd Fellows Cemetery i Th0r ni mnrn, rm hn v t n. A. lui 1 1 H I f o- a( i:r,. TIilvwIM v.... v q. . . - I havo good music and several snfeeches will be made. Everybody goanil take bunch of flowers. Several ot the veterans will havo the Cross of Honor oonfered on them. All menus or tho cause are cordially Invited, to be present on this occasion. Colored Man Killed Paul Brandon shot aud killed Will Louis at the Victoria Mines about 7:80 Tuesday moruing. The trouble grew out of family matters. Rriimlnn wns arrested by BheJiT Powers aue placed in ailat Madisnnville. Something New Vauity Fair Beautifver for Ladies aud Gentlemau. Vanity Fair Beautifver iS'the best fkin food and beautlfier ever known. Use one bottle and be convinced, Makes an uglv. pumpy ekiu smooth and pretty. Unst 5Ucts per bottle. Use one bottle and I be convinced. Fprsale by Mrs. F. P. Gianniani Earlingtou, Ky. PRACTICE EIFLE FOB STATE GUARD Acting Adjutant General Ellis Issues Or ders For Match At Earllngton, August. 5th Frankfort,Ky.,May23 A gen- eral order in regard to the'rifl'e practice and state match at Earl- ngtou August 5 has been issued to Kentucky JN 'tioual Guards by Col. J. Tandy Ellis, acting adju- taut, general. llcord practice on the range by companies will begiu in June to select teams of five and an alternate to compete nthe stnte 'match. The teams must be reported by July 5. Any . member (if the siutH militia who ias been in the guard since Aug- ust 5, 1912 performed 75 per cent, of all military service since that date, qualified heretofore as an expert riile, as a sharpshooter duriug 1912, or made a score of 120 straight or over in the markf- man's course during June, 1912, is eligible. HENDERSON. FIRE Does Damage To Gleaner Office And Saloon Of John M. Byrne Heuderson.Kv.. Mav. 28 Fire this mornintr damaged the office of the Daily Gleaner and the saloon of Johu M. Byrne, .the estimated damage boiug about $8,000 fully covered by insurance The fire started in one of the up- stairs' rooms ot the uieaner Several law offices including thai of Commonwealth's Attorney Sam. V. Dixou, were badly damaged. The principal damauo was from water. Beckham Declines Former Governor J. O. W. Beckliam has . respectfully de dined tho invitation of Congress man Stauley for a joiut debate. The two gentlemen aro rival candidates for the Democratic nomination for United States S'lintor. llewlett'Plummer Thursday evening ut the Court Hotel In Fort Worth, Texas Miss Mary Hewlett and Mr. S, O- Plum mer ot St. L-iuis, Mo. were married MIbb Hewlntt is the attiaotlve daughter of Mrs. Mattle.Hewlett of this city aud has many frlenda in th city. DniDn nc niDCGTflDQ UUHMJ Ul UllfLU IUIIU ri POT OCPDCTADV LLUU I OtUntlWll Uy . Smoak Choien Secretary of Hop. k Cn.,ntv ri.mmrdi Club " ' onADH Tfi MFFT MAY 20 DUAU IU WCCI mm AV Committee Chairman Invited to Meet With Board of Directors to Plan Work For Club The board of directors of I ho Houkius Oountv Ooinmercii l rjlub held a meeting Thursday night at the Hotel Madison and transacted u lot of business. The meeting whs presided over by J. T. Alexauder and the following directors were present : J. T. Al, exander, M. K. Gordou, Otho iFowler, E. G. McLeod, D. H. Kincheloe, W. J. Duliu and Wi. W. S nnnk. ' The matter of electing a secre- tary was taken up and the name ofW.W.Snoak was placed in nomination, aud he was uuani- mouslv elected Mr. S.uoak statr Gd that he was in uo wise a cau didate for the position, and that ,it was doubtful if ho woulJ have time to give to the work of this imi.ortant office the attention it needed at this tune, but if the board were desirous of having him undertake it he would do sof pro- vided he could get the support of the member?. Abandons Bride Because She Had Seen More Summers Than He Louisville, Ky., May 25. Dis parity in their ages-not more than three or five years- caused Caspar Illari, 21, to leave his bride of ten days according to Mrs. Illttr.1, formerly Miss Louise Fanelli, pretty music teacher of the High- laud?. Mrs. Illari says she is 28 lielatives of the husband olainl she is older The couple married ten days ago. They spent three days m Lexington. While there young Illari received word that hip mother was ill. He hastened home. With his bride he reuis tered at Hotel Wutterson and mysteriously disappeared after telling his wife he was going to his mothers bedside Instead, according to Mrs. II hari he wqut to coosult an attor ney. The attorney called heron the telephone and said Caspar had goue back to Italy. "The lawyer told me to be quite aud apply for a divorce-that it would come out all right.',' Illari turned up yesterday Asked if he intended to reclaim his bride, he was uon-commital "See ray lawyer, nes atteuuing to that." both bride ana groom belong to wealthy families and the altair is auracnun consmer able attention. iiAuxaa ur ox. I w v wi r rT-i nm MARGARET'3 GUILD Made Good at the Princess Movie Quite a Neat Sam was Realized f for Church Purposes The Ladies of St. Margaret' Guild who had tho Princess Mov ie Friday and Saturday night realized quite a neat Fum from the picture show and the sale o homo made candy. They wis to thank the public who bo lib orally patronized them on these occasions, and to assure them is was gteatly appreciated. Twe Nice Show Windows Two of tne nicest show wiu dows seen in Earliugton for many days cau bo seen at W, H Whitford's Hardware Store and Webb's Grocery Store. These gentlemen take great pains in arranging thoir whl(loW8 and the effect is aU that couid be jesir. .j, Look at them aa you pass. Madisonville Notes Robert Gough of Morganfleld was n the city Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Cornelia Croft of Hopkins llle spent Sunday in the city with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Norris Gordon left aturday for a weeks visit to rela tives In Hopklr.Bvllle. H. B Stewart of Providence spent unday In the city with his family. Luclan Ruby of Providence was a visitor In the olty Sunday with rel atives and friends. Carl Woolfork of Earliugton spent Sunday In the city with his father and friends. Harry Scott left Snnday afternoon for a few days trip to Louisville and other points. Harry Button returned home Sun- day afternoon from a visit to friends aud relatives In Henderson, Mrs. Alf H. Junes of Barnsley spent Sunday in the city with rela tives aud friends. Mrs. Joe Mothershead of Texas, who is visiting her mother, spent a few hours in Earliugton Sunday. Roy A, Browning, who Ib working in Hopklnsville, spent Sunday in the city with relatives, returning to hat city Sunday afternoon. PerkinB Adams, one of the St. Bernard druggists spent Sunday in thn ntt.v with fripndn nnd rplaHvpn Sunday there were three afternooftiK n,emDers were mcorporateo passenger trains carrying the wart- - . . 1 em Confederates to Chattanooga, Venn. There were several of the old sol diers left the city Monday for Chat- tauooga to attend the reunion of the Ex-confederates in that city this week. The returning Sbrinars fron Dallas I'exas are loud in the praises of the good time they had while gone and they saw every body that ever lived til -HopKins uounty tnac lives in Texas. They all returned lu flno shape and ready to get to work now for the Hopkins County Commer cial Club. Every body pull together nnd make thU a l owling success. Mr. and Mrs. John Larkin return ed home Sunday from a visit to rel atives and friends. H. A. Tnomas spent a few hours n Nortouville Sunday. Mrs. F. P. Stum nnd Mrs. S. A. Pate left yoBterday for a visit to rel atives in Hardiusbug. There were over 50 left yeBterdny ou a special train for Chattanooga to attend the meeting of the old sol Mlere. Ed L. Young left Monday morn ing for a weeks campaign m the couutry for hlscandldacyfor Oounty "Attorney. Miss Polly Manard of Elktou will visit friends in the city this woek. Mrs. J. E. Fdwcett spent Sunday In Earllngton with friends. Walter Daves of Earllngton was in the city yesterday on business. Tom Barnett spent a few hours in Earliugton Sunday afternoon. EABLINGT0N CHAPTER U. D. C Will Have Princess Movie Thursday Night June 4th Special Reels Ordered for Occasion The Earlingtou Chapter U. D O. have secured tho Princess Movie for Thursday night June 4th and aBk nil their friends to come out ou this night aud pack the house. Four good reels havo been ordered for this occasion and the two reel featura "The Battle of Gettysburg" has been asked for. Tho Madisonville members and thoir friends will come over and attend tho Prin cess Movie show on this occasiou. Some good home made cand? will be sold in front of the show uud the daughters will try and show every one who attends a good time. Don't forget the date, Thursday uight June 4th, A suitable prize will be given io eomo one in the audience on this night. The Music Itscital at Madison ville Saturday given by the pu pils of Prof. Loving was given in the most artistic tnauner. IMPROVEMENTS Will Be Made At The Princess Movie. New Chairs Ordered And Ventila tion Improved There will be 'several Improve ments at Earllniton's popular play house "The Princess Movle,N In the near future. Two, two feet ventilators and a celling fan will be Installed, now chairs have been ordered and new carpets for the aisles. At the proper time a cooler of Ice water will be placed conveni ently for patrons and everything possible be done for their1 comfort. Beginning with Monday of next week we will begin showing four reels of the Universal Films which are Eclairs Imp, PowerB, Nestor, Rex, Geni, 102 Bison, Champion, Frontier and Pearl White in the Crystal. The Universal films have been Bhown ,n Earllngton for many months and the people are all familiar with them nnd like them. That's why we arranged to secure this service. The nightly drawings at the Princess Movie are becoming popular with the people and quite a good many of these premiums are of real value. Continue to come to the Princess Movie and pass a pleasant hour. Meeting Of The 40th Annual Convention At a meeting of the 40th annu al convention of the Farmers In stitute of Tennessee the follow in the address ot 1. . reck y- - ? a I ... . Commissioner of Agriculture. Policy Of Bailroads "Another substantial friend to the f nrmer is the railroads. They bring the markets of the wotld within your reach, transport you and your products cheaper than any agency youocan employ aud they are active iu the" develop ment of vour section. Their policy is broadband progressive and I am glad to see tha6 the fanners are less inclined to listen to the demagogue politician who is courting popular favor with his senseless tirade of abuse of the 'doulless corporation.' The railroad? are spending more money to develop the agriculture of Tennessee than any other organizition and should be given the credit they are justly entitled to. The future of the farmer iu Teuuessee is promising. If he will take as much interest in himself and his work that is being taken in him, he will succeed. Let us prove we have the capacity to profit by the opportunity while it offers." X Has A New Partner Letcher Fox, one of the leading members of the Madisonville Bar lias taken in for his partuer Mr. J. W. Powell, of Sebree. Their offices will be over the Ky. Bank and Trust Oo, where Mr. Fox has been located. Mr. Powell has beeu city attorney of his home towu for several years and has beeu a member of the Webster County Bar for ten years. He comes to our town well recom mended and will find u hearty welcome. Mr. Fox is too well kuown for us to bay auything about him. lie is oue of the coming young men of this part of the state aud wo predict for this firm u generous part of the legal trade of this couuty. Rat-Killing Day To Be Observed Carlisle, Ky., May 22. May 27, the birthday of the late Ool. Green 11. Keller, will be observed as ,,itat-Killiugday', in Nicholas couujby, Ool, keller, ruifny years ago, inaugurated tho movement aud called upon the people an nually ou this day to slay the rodents. The observing of the day will be continued as when he was alive. feci laoiuld, vtak, run down! lleadicbe? ISiouiicb 'oUI" A gocd remedy U Burdock Blood Uliuri. Atk your drujiltl. Frlce i. JOHNNY REBS OFF FOR ENCAMPMENT, A Jolly Set Ol Old Soldiers Leave Mon day For Chattanooga ALL EXPECTANCY AMD HOPE Not So Bouyant, Perhaps, As In The 60' t, But Anxious To Visit Sacred Battle Field Madisonvllle's and Hopkins coun ty's contingent to the Confedsrato Veterans Reunion to be held at Chattanooga this week loft on a. special train Monday morning with. Major Harris in command. A Jolly.' lot of old Confeds they were, and full of anticipations of seeing com rades perhaps they have uot seen for nearly a half century. They wero as eager to get to the scene of the encampment as thoy were to join thelrVommand in the early '"GO'S," Fewer and fewer oach year they bo come several comrades who went a year ago have answered the last roll call and have heard "taps" sounded, these must be proBont iu spirit to live over the scenes of the old battle ground made sacred and famous by the doodsof valor dis played there so long ago-. The number attending was much. larger than had boon anticipated. Only one car had boon reserved at. Madlsonville but It was found that enough were going to occupy two more cars. The L. & N. railroad company, however, made amplo provision for the comfort and con venience of those attending. Per haps 125 persons were In the party by the time the train left Hopkins county, as many were to get on. from stations along the line. Among those who got on here and' at Earlingtou were Major F. B. Har ris, J. F. Montgomery, R. O. Kirk wood, Sim Hobgood, J. P. Merrill, G. W. Whitsell, Dave Bondurant, H. F. S. Bailey; Judge J. W. Wilson, Jim Williams, Rene DovIb and daughter, Mis Minerva, Pearl Baker, and wife, J. K. Crowder, John Sim mons. R. S. Hall, Charley Ashby, W. D. Fletcher, R. T. Wingo, Zach Arnold, W. A. Simms, W. H. Bar ton, Lee Long, J. M. Stevens, Dave Whitsell, Geo. Shaw, W. M. Brew ington.John Klchavdson.J, L. Miles,, George l Miller, LawBon Mllep, V N. Walker, Judge A. J. Beuuett, James B. Slaton. Dick Williams Wesley Graw, M. Mangrnm' John Edwards, Mr. Vannoy, Henry Har ris and wife- Jude Vinsdn aud wife, E. R. Barnett uud wifo. Mrs. Elner Jenulngs, Mibsbs Mollle Whalen, Ellen Whalen, Leila Vaughn, Mrs. J. D. O'Bryan, Mrs. J. E. Qloren, Miss Frances Campbell Miss Mezzle McMurray and Jack Howell, W. N. Todd Has Plant Bed Destroyed 2 W. N. Todd, a farmer living in the Leach school district, had bis., plant bed destroyed one night last' week. After the rain the bed was. visited to get plants' and. it was; found that not only were the tobacco- plants dostroyed but that, some cab bage plants were also dup up. Only one bed was visltod, there- being another not found evidently because there was no oanvas over It. This would seem to Indicate that It was. dOno by some one not familiar with, tho farm of Mr. Todd. The track of only one person was found around the bed, though it had rained since the bed was scraped. McGary-Russell One of the prettiest homo wed dings was that of Miss Jimmies McGary to Mr. JefF Russell, at the home of the bride's father, V. L. McGary, Thursday, May 22, by llov. E. B. Osbum, pastor of tho Richland church, of which both are members- Tho brido is one of the loveliest aud lovablo girls of Richland country. Tho groom is a sober, industrious gentleman and holds the respon sible position of weigh master for the Orabtreo Coal Oo.. of Illsloy. They left Suudav for lllsley where they will make their home. . 'I'lin nrmvil wna Mm I or (roof. ani most fashionable ever feen at a pupils' recital. Quite a number from Earlingtou attended and eokpart.