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EDITOR AND PUBCI8HHR J. E. FAWOBTT ASSOCIATE EDITOR AND BUSINESS MANA8CR Member at Kentucky Press Assoctatun and Sectnd District Publishers Uge Advertising Rates Display Advertisements, slnjrlo issue IGo por inch Locals and Inside Prbob, EoadorB Wo per lino Resolutions and Carda of Thanks 6c por I no Obituary I'oetry 6c ner line BtlRht reductions on time contract display advertise ments. Alio locals that run several monthe without change Eutered at tho EarlinRton Post Office as 8ocond Class Matter. Bnnch O&ce at Mai'mntille, Kentucky, Mi Frances Elgin Mngtr, Phone No. 71-2 Rings ttkphne47 Frtiky, December 1$, 1913 ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to -announce Judge J. V. flonson as a candi date, for Oonero8s from the Sec ond district, snbjoct to the ac tion of the democratic party. Claude Morton UNDERTAKER 29 S. Main St. MadisonvlllcKy JUDGE NUNN DISSENTS IN BAILEOAD CASE Court of Appeals Sends Important Back for Retrial in Logan Case Frankfort, Ky., Dec. 1G. Judge tfunn dissqnted from the opinion of tho rest of the court in their judg ment reversing: the Logan circuit court In the case of tbeL.&N.againat Claude Strange's administratrix, holding that the Jadminitratrix be compelled to elect whether she would sue under the state (law or the federal employe's liability. act in her suit for damages for the death of atranjre. Strange was a ilagmau who was thrown from tho steps of ta caboose at JEtussellville and killed. His administratrix sued pleading in the alternative under the state law and the federal em ploye's liability aot. -The railroad's motion to compel her to electunder which law she would proceedj waB overruled and she was awarded $15 000 damages. The court, heldj that she should have been 'compelled .to elect and remanded the case back lor retrial. Judge Nunu dissented because, lie said, under section 113 of cue code parties are permitted to plead in the alternative when facts are pecul iarly within the Knowledge of the opposite side. In this instance, ho insisted; that as orders for the move ment of the train were by telegraph and aecret only the railroad officials could be cognizant of whether the the train was engaged la interstate or intrastate business and the plain, tiff required to elect before the proof was in, might make tho fatal error of pleading the wrong facts only to fin! after years of litigation that he was in error and the statue of limi tations had barred hie right of re covery . ler's The National Weekly First Time in Clubs Until this year Celliei't lias been sold at $5.50. Now the price is $2.50 and we hat e secured a concession where by we can offer it at a still further reduction in con nection with this publication. 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CHRISTIAN CHURCH The services throughout the day arc planned to be unusually helpful and interesting: con tor- lug around the Christmas idea, and partaking of the Christmas spirit. In the Sunday Schoo tho staging will be bright and spirited; the Christmas lesson will be used and the usual treat will bo given tho members of the school. "The Manger and The Cross" will be tho subject of the morn a- - -r-k tt 1 inc sermon. Mrs. d. it. itasn will sing a special selection. At the uicht service the fol lowing will be the program : 1. Hyran-"Joy to the World" 2, Invocation. 8. Hymn- "Hark the Herald Angels Sing" 4. Scripture Lessou. 5. SoIo--"Soug of Redemp tion" Mrs. J. Ellsworth 'Evans. 6. Prayer. x 7. Qaartette--"Aah ilined of ,Te&us" Mrs. H. D. Cow and, Mrs. J. T. Feather stoa, H. "D. Cowand and J. X. Featherston. 8. Offering. 9. Hymn-'Traiee the Lord, ye Heavens Adore Him-." 10. Sermon, "The Joy of Christmas" 11. Hymn-"On Zion'a Glor ions Summit Stood" 12. Benediction. During the service an oiTerirg will be taken, to be devoted lo gifts to the poor. The member ship extends a cordial invitation to everyone lo attend all the ser vices of the day. Raymond Lynn spent -Wednesday in Evansvllle. Practical Ventilating Hint. The house should be ventilated ta winter as well as Its summer 17 the family la to be kept la good health. Bedrooms, especially, should be pro vided with & tree etnmlaUon of froih air. One way to get fresh air In a bedroom without having a draft Is to tack strips of cheesecloth across ths top end the bottom of ths window ac that when It Is opened in both placet the fresh air will enter the room and yet, should there be a strong wind. Its force will be broken by the cloth, Played His Own Veaaing March. In a wedding ceremony at tho Holy Rosary Catholic church of Reading, Pa., tho bridegroom, Giovanni Pace, organist of the church, played his own wedding march while tho rest of tho bridal party entered the church and advanced to the altar. At tho conclu sion of tho march tho bridegroom proceeded to tho chancel rail and met his bride. More Caution Needed. An exchange tells the story of i lit tie boy whose mother decided that he was old enough to do without her sitting by him when be was put to bed until he fell asloep. So when one night she kissed the five-year-old and told hla! ho was a birr boy and brave enough to go t. wep without his mamma and In tho dark, too, he pon dered the situation a moment and than said; "Well, wait a minute. I'va got to say my prayers again carefuller Suburbia lite. Heaviest Tax. Mlenoaa and pride tax with a hear ler hand than kings and parliaments. It we can get rid of the former we may easily bear the latter Benjamin Franklin, Letter on the Stamp Act. 1TA5. Waded Example. An old lady, leaving church after a service whlcL had boea attended by a crowded congregation, was heard to ay: "If everybody else would only do as I do, and stay quietly In their seats till every one else has gone out, there would not be such a crush at the ,d.obral" Milwaukee Sentinel. ': A REAL PRESENT FOR CHRISTMAS HRISTMAS DAY had dawned n clear and spar kling its all micli days should. To be sure, In the sunny southlnml mere was no snow, and the children had (o content them selves with a vM- It from Santa Claus In u very up lo date aeroplane, but this did not matter. Even tho humble cabin home oC Thom as Jefferson had not been passed by, and the delighted faces of the little colored chijdren testified that the dear saint's gifts had exceeded their wildest expectations. Now came the most Important ques tion of the day. Everybody knows that Christians dinner Is very different from any other meal and must be plan nod for accordingly. But It happened that theso small brothers and sisters oC Thomas Jefferson, who was not very big himself, must be loft to his care today, while his mammy went to tho big bouse nnd helped get ready for the company. Thomas Jefferson was al lowed to go along with his mammy, for ho was to bring back a basket fill ed with dinner for himself nnd the oth crs. So he walked with her very ban puy. At the house pretty Miss Clarissa saw that tho basket was filled. Thomas Jefferson fairly staggered under the weight of his basket when he at last turned off to the woods. 'As he went bo heard Miss Cla rissa's sweet voice ring out in a Christmas carol and, looking back, caught sight of her soat od at the piano beneath a great bnnch of holly and mistletoe. These were the words ho heard her sing: "And pray a gladsome Christmas for all good Christian men I" It was an old carol, and Thomas Jef ferson had never given much thought to tho meaning of It before, but now as he walked along with so many good things tho little fellow felt so grateful that he longed to share his blessings with eomo ono less fortunate. The woods seemed deserted, however, and Thomas Jefferson Reached his cabin without meeting any one. The children crowded about him eacerlv. and all could hardly wait un til he had opened the basket, spread' the cloth and dished the dinner.' Thomas Jefferson was most particular as to how ho did this. Each plato must contain an exact share of the good things. Just so much turkey, Just so much sauce, just so many veg etables. All were beginning with great enjoyment when a knock came at the door. ' "I'll see who 'tis." said Thomas Jef ferson. "You chillen Just go right along wld yo dinner." It was a very ragged boy that stood in the doorway of the kitchen. Mis erably poor and hungry he looked, and Thomas Jefferson's heart went out to him. If you would please give me a bit to eat," he said, "I will be very grate ful. I have come a long way and have still a good way to go." Thomas Jefferson hesitated. His mammy did not approve of giving to tramps. He had no right to give her food away. Then ho thought of the dinner on his plate. That was his own without any doubt Ho returned to the table, tho words of tho carol still ring ing In his head. The children were too CUILDREtf CEOWDED ABOUT. UIBS CliAItlBHA SAW THAT THE BASKET WAS FILLED. busy to notice that ho took the plate from the tablo and returned with It empty. Then he set about helping the pudding. When ono Is very hungry and has one's mouth set for turkey and substantial good things, even delicious plum pudding does not qulto satisfy. But Thomas Jefferson, remembering the carol, tried to Imagine that he felt quite full. lie did fee) very glad to have helped some one on this glad day and so played with the new games all afternoon with a right good will. But the amount of corn bread and bacon he, .devoured at supper time made his mammy exclaim, "Well. It do beat nil, Thoraag .TcfTersou. how much boyu caij eat after all thnt Christmas dinner!" v "That's Just What I Thought The Girls to Burlesque the Tango Minstrel OT-TR TKTM.A S NIGHT AT THE GARRICK THEATRE, MADISON VILLE. KY. Title of Pea. M i uncertain when the title yea was ant tutei. Tha earliest lattaaoe we can clta, t that of Heraotlua, Pa March of Alexandria, In 381. It la stilt the ordtaary title of parish yrleeta la the eastern Greek church la tha west, it continued for several eateries to be applied to bishops rn rally, but It was restricted to the Beaaan pontiff by Gregory VII. la a qratea, held at Roma In 10T1. fteai Prlend. There U one frlena who will never flail yoa while you have hands to more ad a brain to plan. In your dreariest hours she will be your sweet refuge, and la times of prosperity she will guard you from "tho pride which (oeth before a fall." She will bring yoa long nights of restful sleep at the end of your busy 4ays and when other frlinds grow careless or disdainful, shO will absorb you more and more. Her name la Work, and neither the highest aor tho lowest can be binpv for long without her. Hoe few rm Needed Arse. "See that measuring worm crawl fag up my skirt?" cried Mrs. BJenka That's a sign I'm gotng to have a aew dress." "Well, let htm make It for you." growled Mr. BJenks. 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First Prize $500. two $75 prizes second, two $50 prizes third, two $25 prizes fourth. C Miss Aileen Davis is trying for first prfze. Give ? her your assistance by subscribing for the pa ? pers now. 'Symptoms." Occasionally an afflicted lady telir Why she left her husband. For the married man, of some Introspection and consclenco, the feeling produced by tho recital Is something like tha feeling one used to have In reading the patent medicine list of "symp toms." He used to feel that he bad Vm and deserved tho treatment Nc Hurry for That Vehicle A chort-slghted old lady In a hurry to mount a tram ;ar held Up her um brella and shouttd to the dr'ver of a aswng vehicle,- "Stop. Stop!" to which tho driver replied, "Don't be In a htiriry, mum; It ain't your tui u yot." It was a hearee. arevlty in Csrretpondence. For brevity nothing, can beat tha and his publisher on the lssuo of "Les M Arables." Very hasy but anxious " know how the book was selllBtr. tiago sent tho yublisher a card mark ad simply "?." The reply cam a back Jap Baker's Sign. The oriental capacity for UBing our Bother tonguo with Btrangolwlsta of unconscious humor Is woll known, but few examples aro equal to this deli cious sign on a Japanese baker's choD: "A Karlnura. BIccost Loafer la Tokyo." Oriental Review. JnrMC3 Mnn jfimn.in jnn rrita inoqi Suaooj pun 'sopjna Jnoi s caoq) osooqo no.C uoivav jo sjiasap uo uuui Jujbjb3s etn 0311 ')na 'spavq jnoA qiiM. maq) aajqono uj paaoons. 30a him. noA1 :sao3 ojm ojb sreapi 'lPI Easily Satisfied. There Is a bachelor who says that all he should ask in a wife would be a good temper, health, good under standing, agreable physiognomy, fig ure, good complexion, domestic hablto, resources of amusement, good spirits, conversational talents, elegant man ners money I The unreasonable ras cal 1 Isn't there anythlag mors be can think of I Swat Indirect. Mandy What fqh yo ben goln to de postofflce so regIar? Are yo' cots respondhV wlf some other female t" Rastus "Nope; but since a. been a readln' In de papers 'bout dese 'con science funds ah kind of thought ah might possibly git a lettah from dat mlnlitah what married uaJ'TM. Worried Hero. A crlUo of Wells' novel, "Marrlago," finds in the confounding of the hero "the deslro to havo It all ways; to possess a woman who shall havo all the charm and the caprice of tb eternal feminine; who shall, by the crossness of her desires and tho pe(U aess of conversation, givo him an agreeable sense of superiority, and yet shall, to order, acquire deep njlr Hual Insight when her husband feels k needa It" Fletcherlzlna a Fortune. A St. Louis man made $64,000 as aj ragpicker. Lots of men have male) more than (hat out of rags chewlag 1 them on the lecture platform. Mil waukee Sontlnel. li. -t.a. Tho tratredy ot life la lndacfatM. They bury suicides at the crourwUta for that la where jurks all tragedy the. udc!Moa of which: way U Rlehts In Poverty. r i ... . . . riones. nay treasuret untold, a a atay possess in the midst- of K, It b does but seek them aright. Colerld-