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AFTERNOON
and
RfDAY
AFTERNOON
IF YOU DON'T ADVERTISE YOUR BUSJ N ESS ADVERTISE IT FOR SALE
TWENTY.F1FTH YEAR
EARUNGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY FEBRUARY 13, 1914
jw. 13
NEW COAL CO.
TO
Mgr. Allen Announces
WithOpcrators to Extent of Working Non-
Union Men in Kentucky Mines. ,
A clash bntwepn capital and
b ill" center wa? forecasted Wednesday tn tlw announcement: of
' Jl-ury P. Allen, head of tho new
ho would not recognize the union.
A'lon wns -tskd whether liojiu Western Kentucky, and '.the"
would hi tend the moetins: of tin
coal operators of the country,
winch '8 in sc?ion tit Philadel
phia for tho purpose of confer
ring with the representatives of
the United Mine Worker" to
)u tic tin agreement tt3 to wuizps
an 1 conditions for the next two
year?.
When ho said he would not
Jin ve time to attend,. Allen wiie
asked whether liwjwould aJiiliutc
wn-h the mine operators
"1 will tiililiate with the oj)fr
utors to the extent that I will
maintain this as :i non-union
lMd," answered Allen.
Tin4 United. Mine Worker
have been wonting to know what
the attitude of the Deopwater
company as operators of '24. mines
Report of the Copditfcn of The Earlington
Xarllngton1. County ,oI .HopKini,
bujineu onr 2nd "day
.."?; 7 j ... j
uvcruraus securcu ana uusccurcu . .y.iu
Stocks, Bonds and other Securities. , v ... 12,60,0.00
Due frotu Banks . . , t .......... t 73,99 -34
Cash on hand 1 7i33-66
Checks and other cash items 000
Bankintj House, Furniture and Fixtures, ... .j : .Vr. 1,340.0c
Other Real Estate 000
Other Assets not included under any of above heads 000
LIABILITIES
Capital Stock puid in, in cash . K "-$ .15,000.00
Surplus Fund v' : 8,500.00
Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxes paid". . v" . . . 32 1.05
Deposits subject to check $80,158.74.....
Demand Certificates of Deposit. A .-... .. 101,421:44 181,580.18
Time Deposits ' 000
Certified Checks..' 000
Cashiers cheek's outstanding . . . .' .A--
Due Bnnks and Trust companies ..........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted. ,
Unpaid Dividends
Reserve for Taxes
Bills Payable.
Other Liabilities not included under
STATE OF KENTUCKY
County of Hopkins
Set.
We, Jas. R. Rash and W. L. Phillips, President and Cashier of
the above named Bank, d solemnly swear that the above statement
is true to the best of our knowledge and belief,
Jas. R. Rash. President
. T. L. -Phillips, Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12 th day of February, 1914
My Commission Expires Jam a 7th 1918' ,
Frank D. Rash '
NOTARY FUHIC
NEW HOTEL IN TOWN
Mcsk Fwtsttr and Draper Have Cone
IMfl the llettl 'BiMlfltM In Hiii
Town
Messre, Hoy Forrester and" A,
U-. Draper have rented tho old
Denton Hotel property on tli"
Corner of Maui Strt'et, and have
opened a tirstces hotel there,
tf, wjll be known aa ho Drnper
SloaP' and good meals and dean
4tfU will be thair motto, A lit
tle later jfn when thing nt
titrHiifhfKned nmt Sgndav dutnprt
will Vi wad a ip'xjlalt .
I
BE NON-UNION
That He Will Co-operate
labor of winch KvunsVllh would
Dcepwntnr Coal & Obke Uo. ton r
prospective operators of others,
would be towards- them,
it is known that the United
Mine Workers are determined to
n'ttiiii the ortriinfy, itjon they now
have in wnsterii Kentucky and
yieatl.v tu extend it.
William Houston, president of
rlns Itiditi ii dnU'iet of the u,nlon,
in which eve'ry-niiue is union, af
ter a visit; juKllopkins co lasli
vear, deolired that the miners
ire uairer for organization, but
that the national organization
could t ot oiler I hem Mippj rt'un
til tifter the 0 dorado strike has
been settled.
It it- known that western Ken
tucky is one of the districts
which the United Mine Worki r
plan to oruanizw. thoroughly. -
Bank doing; Bu$ine$$,al The Town of
Matcot Nentirciiy,at;ine ciose oi
of February 1914.
v r
v -I
- m ... ;A
.Total.. ..205,401. 23
....... - 000
V
i
000
None
Nope
None
Notoe
any above heads ...-. None
..15205,401.23
WALTER DAVES NOW
SCHOOL TIOJSTEE
Wa Ekcled lq Place of Maydr 'E. B.
Rash
It may nKt beenera.lly know
i
I-
that iur fellow townsman Wul-
lerlDiives $ a ineinber of
the
board ofschool fru8toii, fl w
.'an
oloe'ted some tune iis:i) and tool
tho plHQ of E. E Hash, who
was eleo:ed hiiiyo', Wl, l)ive
iR Htted in Vi.y way to fill thin
position him! his' ipmiy .friends,.
rgUdtaktt9v flint ht i ou
thii ImwkU t
THE BEST OFFER
EVER MADE
Every Housekeeper, Every Poul
try Lover Should Have
the "Reliable Poultry
Journal"
AND EVERY ONE SHOULD
.HAVE "THE BEE"
,
Wo hiivc been abl.- to mnke a
wbnderful combination offer
with the beat poultry journal
'published, "The IMinble Poul
try Journal" and can furnish this
splendid magazine .tn al! ''Bkr',
readers without money and with
out price. AH you have to do
in'order to 'j;ct thi magazine is
to pay your subscription to the
Bkk, if you are a subscriber,
and if not, pay one dollar and
buyiu taking it. The ifl.OOjHves
you a years subscription to both
the "Poultry Journal" and to
the Sunn weekly Bee and one
chance on the barrel of rsuulat
ed su.ir, the oarrel of Paton't'
flour and the 25 pounds of good,
coffee, we will nive to somn- of!
onr, subscribers on April. yOth;'
We are uiakiui; this liberal olferv
in order to new subscribers
and also to et the old ones paid'
up. Subscriptions Will be re
ceived either at his office or by
Albert JCeown at Uoyle's Barber
shop. Don't, let this opportuni
ty "getx by you as you e, more
than your nioiiby'd worth anyway
and may be the lucky one and
draw the' sugar, Hour or coffee. .
SENATOR SALMON..,,.
Has
no rear of Smallpox Left For.
Frankfort Sunday
, S juator Jtom Salmon when ask
ed about the smallpox' scare at
Frankfort, said :
"Have no symptoms of . small
pox, anu oo not reel uneasy at
all, as I have been vaccinated
several times, and l)r. McCor-mack-
told me before leaving
Frankfort thut 1 was in no dan
ger whatever. Senator Olivpr,
had a high fever on the day
I came home with him, but the
breaking, out "bad. not Btarted,
t'lorefore 1 fe.'l safe.
"Senator Porter, who is also
down with tho same disease, oc
cupied the desk directly behind
tup. but J had not 'seen htm for
several days previous to his ill
ness.
"Important businessis to come
up before Che senate next week,
ao 1 will leave Sunday for Frank
fort. But, if 1 begin to feel
'puny' 1 will 'beat it' back home,
but 1 hardly think that 1 am nI
a ny( danger.
Senator Silmim stated that
there ws some" danger of the
spread of the disease, as four
waiters at the Oapltol Hotel had
been picked up and Carried to
the pi'st iiouso with well devel
oped casevof yniallpoX and ho
wae or 1110 opinion time some ot
the nulny guests of that institu
tion had been exposed to the
dirieu?p. .
TO TRANSFER. '.MINES
A10UT APRIL FIRST
According to reports from men
at the hetul of tho Ui'ep W liter
Coal Oo., issued from Houdorsnu
'this vveek, the trausfor of tho
mines uit'iitioiied iu the big deal
r eiMill 'dlotied, whereby 18 coal
iniiiO will ch'ing'1 hands, will be
made on or ubput April lt. AJI
arriingemeuts for the transfer of
tiibse properties win do pmi ,
pleted, it is announced, bf that
time, find the new company will
no ready to take charge of I ho
Dropjrty. Four mines in Hop
kiu? county no in tho biu: deJ,
two in iMadifonville. out at
FM Oitoo Gap Hud 0 e at Nebo.
FOR BETTERMENT OF
CONDITION OF CHILD
LABOR IN KENTTCKY
BMTOtfercd by the Kenlucky Child La
' bor Auocialion
P. nil Al. iMonrp i in I ji.ivillo
onvbllhinosR 11 nd to nffpnrl n ninif.
ing 01 rue executive committee
affthe' Kentucky Child Labor
'sociation, which has under
. .......
oUli
neration a Dili uetore the
if 4Z
4eg1.Fiat.ure (iesiiiije.ci.ijy mat as
.Jgflililfloii for beft'enrieht of con'.
unions oi cniiu.
rK in Ken.
tilkry, to furthoc r)
trlct the em-
ment of vountL' cliildreu ahd
teep boysufilirji, in sciiool
f'fr'a. longer average period than
possible now. There is not Ik
ifrtli' r t rlfiotit in f tin Kill
pi. H UldOIIU ill LUC II 111,'
nothing which has not beh st
eyout bv several years of ex-;
perience in other states. Itr'Tfc
the result of two mouths' study
of conditions iir Kentucky made
bv one of the experts of the 'Na
tional Ohild Labor Gnmmilfen
ijjfore the bill-was draftexl, and
I -I ..Ml- it.
jVwry eiiuiii nus yueu niaue, its
pppiHOrs say; to adapt it to actual
i?eeds, In addition fo making the
(itsw law conflrm to the standards
of.iother states.
It is' announced
that "The
passage, of this bill
Sinato Bill ill; or ff.me'- Bill
220) will mean the protection of
tVe health, the morals and the
opportunities for education -of
hundreds
of children of Ken-
tucky now
handicapped in the
yearsof preparation." Mr. Moore
i.-;a member of the executive
Ooinmittee. . -
m
WAXY WANT TO . BE
Indications are That Forty Will Take
i Examination .Saturday for
Post Office Job!
Oi the seven fourth-class nost-
'ollices ,iu Hopkins county, for
which an examination is to bo
conducted by Edgar Fox, of tho
Madisonville poatoflice, ill order
thnt appointments may soon be
made for postmasters at these
place8,the indic itions are that at
least forty applicants will be iu
Madisonville Saturday for the
purpose of taking the examina
tion, The postollices co be supplied
are as follows. Manitou, llau
so,n, Nortonville, White plains,
A8hbybur!i, St. Olinrles, llsley,
and Daniel Boone(
The examination will be con
ducted, by Mr. Fox, iu the West
Broadway school building Satur
day and die has becu uotitltja
that. -10 have intimated that they
would bo here on that date.
A Winter Cotigh
A Btubborn. liiuioyiiit; denressimr
couch hnnf-B on, raoks the body,
weakens thH runj-B. and ottun lad
to BoriouH'rnKiiltp. The first dosu ot
Dr. King Kew Discovery Rives re-
llHf . Henry l) banders, r Uavon
disli, Vt., w tlireHWiied with con
sumntion. nftor havlnj- pneiimoutH.
He writes: "lr. Km us .Now Dls-
oovery ouitit to be In every fatnllv;
it is certainly the best of all uiedi-
ulties for coukIib', colds or lunir
trouble." Good for uhlidren'i coughs
Mdey baok If not satisfied. Price
COa.'iMad 11.00... At all drUKKists.
H.K; BUcfclen A (Jo. Phi nde nhlH
or St. Louis.
DR. W. PCU&RYIS
SLIGHTL.Y INJURED
Dr. D. P. Ourry, qf St.
UhiirloR, who baa beeu uttundiug
court in Madisouvjile, this week,
was slightly injured Wednesday,
when his buggy was overturned
neuritis homo. Dr. Ourry had
been to sei one of his patients
and us he started for Madison
ville, the bu"gy slipped and was
overturned, the horse becotuiug
frightened attempted to 1 tin
away. The animal was badly
injured, the bngxy demolished
ami Dr. (Jurry received a slight
iujwry to his left knee, lie wps
in the city ywterdar, jrftiiu:
ffimud with the aid o( a oane.
JUSTIFIABLE 'PORK''
WALL STREET JOURNAL
Congress has often been justly criticized for its expenditures
of public money, but a bill has -just passed the Senate that is worth
defending. This is a measure to provide fcTOtfOftTf-n "mW ,ltc-
ease among swine on the farms.
fife hoe is one of the mp't- important of our farm products.
The census shows that in tho lfist: censiio vp-.tr Mono ti.Q i, m
or slaughtered on the farme had
only raise two crops that have n
ducts arv an important item in our foreign frade. In the fiscal
year ending June !J0, 1018, the expoftsV hog products aniouuted
to .f 122,000,000. This is tfie hog'3 share of the efforl, to keep gold at
home. . .".'",.
This ahimal mnlos- a' niiil -t for about on fourth the corn
crop, which, with the waste products nf-tlie daifv, it tnr.us into one
of the lanrest of the meat products. Race jitfeide does'uot irouhle
it. Its powers of multiplication resemble those" 0' the rabbit oc
the guinea pig, and it mature. in a year. Therefore, H is of great
.value to the farmer But its numbers' are steadily declining. Here
Is the census 011 the first of Jauuary for the last" four years:
1914 58,983,000 '
lOlb Ol.lTSjOOO'
1912 05,410,000
t 1H 65,02000" .
Ilere is 11 loss of 10.2 per cent 'in four years. Cholera is the
cause of'the. greater part pf ii .'Hie losses from this one disease last
vear are privately pstimarad at flp.OOO.OOO, The Department of
Agriculture says tho disease can be controlled. It is woll worth
investing $500,000 in a-i eudeavor to stop it.
-This appropriation can be called a good "pork barrel."
Report of the conditions of The Peoples Bank of Earlington, Ky., Bank, doing
Business at f he town of Earlington, Ky., County of Hopkins, State of Kentucky
at the close of business on Second day of February 1914
RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts ., '. $ 88,409.37
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured , 308.46
Stocks, Bonds and other Securities . 1 ,000.00
Due from'Bariks ,. 17,74.1.0
Cash on .hand. ;. t: , . 3,011.23
Checks andothpr cash items.
Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures. . .i ... . . ..' 16,024. r8
Other Reaf Estate . . .$XV&.vM . .??. . . . . ;". .'. . $
!.Other-.Asets not includetFjan'der'llriy of;above heads
v.L.1 ABILITIES
Capital Stock paid in, in cash . 1 . . : $ 25,000.0$
Surplus Fund .... '. f " 2,500.00
Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxes paid 1,845.04
Deposits subject to check.-. : .., $40,394.80.
Savings 3,803,1 5,.,.-. .
Time Deposits ' 53,949.48
Certified Cliecks . o . . . .
Cashier's checks outstanding . .
Due Banks and Trust Companies . . .
Nofes and Bills Rediscounted. .
Unpaid Dividends
Reserve for Taxes
Bills Payable ........
Other Liabilities not included under
STATE OF KENTUCKY
County of Hopkins
Set.
We, J T. Alexander bnd F. B. Arhoid, President and Cashier
of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above state
ment is true to the bestof our knowledge and belief,
J. T. Alexander, President
F. B. Arnold, Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th day of February, 1914
CORRECT ATTEST
My Commission Expires Jan. 19th 1918.
Ernest Nisbet ,
NOTTRY PUBLIC
CHANGE OF DATE
For Reunion of Confederate Veterans to
Held in Jacksonville
The date of the reunion of. the
Unitod Confederate Veterans
has been chnjiged. The meet
ing will take place iu Jackson,
ville, Fla. on Wednesday, Thura
day and.Fnd iy, M ly (5th,7th and
8th iustead of April 2lKh, 30tl)
and May 1st as ndvertised here
tofore This change was made
on account of tin business men
uot being ablu to bo absent from
homo on the tirst of the month.
Auother feature about the
Jacksonville meeting will be
that all of the oil soldiers will
be taken, euro of in hotels and
boarding houses instead of sleep
ing under touts and eating at
thu mess tables. Thin will be a
departure from the obi method
a total 'alue of $092,000,000, We
irreater avp.rntrn rntun. Pnrlr
.Total.. ..$"1127,492.47
o . . .
T. . .. '
,..,.. ;. . . . . .
v "
. . .". . . ...
any of aboye.ihefids.
9347.43
to
o
o
o
o
P
" . ."..Vvff Total! . . .$127,492.47
TT7.
upd also an iinpxovejMRiit. The
oeople of the southern ty are
very enthnsiaHtio about the re
union and hope to ma'ke it one
of the moHt successful ever held.
A -Texas Wonder
Thu Texan Vocoder cures Krdney
and blad'lertiVAibUs, dissolves Krav
el, cures diabetes, weak and tape
backs, rhmimatUm aud alt Irrea
laritlils of lilrtbiiornfoublew, reinov-lujr.Kravel,-)e.kjdioyp
and bladder
iu both men nd women. Kegulatos
bladder trbUbWpi children. t ttt
sold by your drHxifists will be seat
by null on receipt nf f 1.00. Oa '
smalt bottle la two months trMt
inoot aiuvsiltliJiii tails to perret t,
euro. Heuti for ' tohtlunttiali fcom
Kohtuoky aud other .State. Dr. K,
V Hall. Olive Sr.. Hi LmOc
Uw To Get a PotUhrn v
Mo to some standard buswaatt
college liko the Wowlinx Grr.
Business Univemljr and take its"
couibiud ourtf . iftd a positlou
will b ji srtteC
nry

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