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' and FRIDAY AFTERNOON and FRIDAY AFTERNOON czrwrcn IF YOU DON'T ADVERTISE YOUR BUSINESS ADVERTISE IT FOR SALE EARUNGTON. HOPKINS C01V77, KY.t FRIDAY FEBRUARY 20, 1914 TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR Ne. 15 11 mMuB JgJJ OPTIONS ON COAUWPERTIES To Be Closed in Few Days Deep Water Coal Company Soon to Have Possession OF FOUR MINES IN THIS COUNTY The options heretofore taken by the Deep Water Coal Com pany, on properties in Hopkins county will be closed before a great while mid the property formally transferred. It is understood that steps "re progressing us rapidly as the na ture of the work will permit for abstracts of tho properties known as the Sunset, mini's, Ooil mine?, Kington niiiiep ami Rose Creek 'initio?, iiiul certain undeveloped fields of mining, rights, which ure involved in the deal, and that, us soon hm these prelum nories can all he attended to in the proper I&tul form, tl.e ensh will be forthcoming and the ti ties traiifferred. The taking over of these prop erties and the development of the new oiipp, humus much for the future of Hopkins county. LAXATIVE FOR OLD PEOPLE-"CASCARETS" Salts. Calomel and Pills act on Livtr and Bowels like Ptpptr acts in Nostril Danger! N Get a 10 cent box now'. Inat. nld HPOlllo IllUSt' "ivevtl tusfgv t'T't .1 else they iullffr 'froin con.4tiiTif- tion. The condition is perfect! natural. It is just as natural, as it is for o'd people to walk slow ly. l$or age is never so acti"u as youth. Theuniaclea are less olastc' ,hd'"the bowels are muscle?. So all old people need Oasca rets. One might as well refuse to aid weak eyes with glasses as to neglect this gentle aid to weak bowels. The bowels must bo kept active.- This ir important at all ages, but never so much as at lifty. Age is not a tune for harsh physics. Youth may occasional ly whin the bowels into activity. i.. i. ...,)-. u. muihI nvurvJ ,.r. i i. ..r .i... (lav. Willi 11IU uuwuia in tin- uiij. " . old need is a gentle and imiuiui tonic. One that can be mm- . i t Btant v used without, norm, tne only such tonjc is Cascarots, and they cost only io cents per box nt any .drug utore. They work while you sleep. Wireless to Germany Now Tho new' wireless telegraph service diroot between this coun try and Germnny is now open for : use both ways. The first east ward message was sent Feb. 11 en. 4 S.s. Other Remsei.s Won't M.. i!:,s Fottefi Antlfeptic lleaUue Oil. U tellevei Jpla and Hclst the mat lime. ISc.SOc.Sl.OO No Substitutes fETURN to stitutes sent you for Royal Bak ing Powder. There is no sub stitute for ROYAL. Royal is a pure, cream of tartar baking powder, and healthful. Powders offered as sub stitutes are made from alum. 1 J Nortonville Notes Uro. J. P. Biker lilled his reg ular appointment at the il. E. Cnurcli, Saturday uiht audbuu- 'Iii.v. k M!s Linn Oldham left Sutnf dny for Gnihmn whore she will boat u her ehooI. -Mr, Scoim, of Louisville, has been the auest of Mim ,Mnry IVathen for a ft-w days this week. M.ii"us Edna and Eva Duvii ami iMossrp. Carl Hiiuibv, Leo nard Furgerson, Edgar Kennedy and Charlie Grady called nn. Miss Bell and Mr. Kelly Trimble Sunday nfternoon. D. 0. Ornbtree. of near Crof ton, was here Tuesday visiting .1. W. Ilamby. Miss Georgia llnmly was in town Tuesday ufteriiofni. Miss Glenuio Barr, of Mudi souville, made her regular trip hero Tuesday. Miepi Bepsie OMham nnrl KujjtkB irnes and Messrs. Lmnie Ilearjl and Uoy Kennedy called on Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Lander Sunday afternoon. Mr.. 11. J. Harrison in in Mart isouvtllo visiting her sister, Mrs. 0. N. Beshear. , Mrs. L. 1. Payne and her sis ter, Miss Susie Wood, of Chirks villi,Tenn.,were in Madisonville Wednesday. Tom Woodw'urd, of Earlington wastin town .upiutay anernoon, . are visiting relatives in Central City this week Little Miss Vorgie Oate daughter of Mr. nod Mrs. Geo Cites, who has been sjck is v re ported no oetter. Frank Brown the ir ropery man was here Ihursday. If it continues to ruin Norton ville will need soine extra boats before lonir. Mrs. Adams was iu Madison ville Wednesday shopping. Grain Privileges MONEY IN WHEAT L'uts and: coHs nre the safest and surest method ot trading in , . wheat., corn or oats. Because . is llillUliIItBiv limited to t10 amount bouht. No-further Li rtsic. Positively the most profitable way of tradiu::. Open an account. You can buv 10 puts or 30 c.n'1 nn 10,000 bushels L'l iilii for $10. or you can buy both for .$20, or a man v more us you wish. An advance or decline of 1 cent, gives yon tin chuueo to take, $100 profit. Write for full particulars, K. W. NEWM ANN. Nvr Fint Niionl Bank Building Columbus, Ohio tZX ,srr u,o" wr:; ,a tei-omuirmletl for f ireimilienliiK uoiuarli lv. r ami liowelt ami pnrifyini; the hlood. the grocer all sub SECURE QUARTERS FOR RIZPAH'S PATROL Willis Rudd Back From South and SayliState Treasurer Sends Announcement to RlzpaK Will Have Fine Quarters ' at Atlanta. V. J. Kudu, who has been in to returned Wednesday nijflit anil l$W pores unit no nas una a spieuum trip, which ho Mtijoyed very much' One of Mr Rudds mission tn t South was to arrange for quarters . illrttiln t, f T?l.nlitn Dnll t lt. xnlt.lllf I'.l lliAinn a t i.L.ri which will spuuci several daysjfi that.clty during the Iuipuriui Coin? ell 'ineeflug to b held thHre tjjj week of Mny loth. Mr. Ifudd cured accommodation fojtweiitl SHVon nihil at jv bit; rooming hou oil l'eachtree street, riiriit in t heart of the city, and membwrh the patrol are congratulating Mr Rudo on Ills succesK in Hecurli? such excellent quarters. E$j It Is understood that the bdbcim i . . . i . hi .... i .it 73'. train (iini win uo uinun up win uuwr slut of the Indianapolis, KvanevllTw r ii.. r..it...t .1 xt.i ville Patrol. A Texas Wonder TIih Texas Wonder cures Kicliif and bladder troubles, dissolves grajr ei, cures uiaueietf, whhk una laim backs, rheumatism and all irregHj! larirliiu nf litnrlrlnr fr.in hlna rOYnrivZ ing gravel, the kulneyH and bladdiili in uotn uieiiiiiia women. iteguia;K blHditer trouDies m chiiarent II not sold by your driiirirUtt will be sejjwUjHEaD STUFFED' oy man on receipt ui un small bottle is two nnonths treat-i ninnf and krIiIohi talis 'o nnrfectTa cure. SeuO for testtm jnials fro Keiilucky and other States. Dr. JC W. Hall. 202 Olfvo St.. Hi. r.outf To Bar All Crooks at San Francisco San Francisco. Pins as cloRel'Avery two hours until you set as freckles over maps of. tag 'aken three doses.tlien all grippe civilized countries of the glp' mry goes and' your cold will and some not civilized, were efiSRTrobe,,. jt promptly opens deuced irirtav at: tha Pacific Exposition grounds' of campaign already undertaken to keep men lifiknown criminal ten eenoies out of the exposition. Special agents employed for this service are sticking the pins iu the map, and each pin repre sents a ''crook." Not all plus, have the same sort of heads.' ltedheaded pins indicate the pre sent location of known burglars' aim jeggmen; white pins are meant! for pickpockets and green heads, men who prey oil women. 1 it l ii ii I a tP Ii t it li ii i r it na black-headed pins arc used, and au elaborate index system aridrf 1 . ...J.l. u !. n catalog goes with the outfit. Exposition authorities hope to' be able to say when the exposi tion closes that uo mau with a. crimnal record is known to have entered the gates. Feel Miserable' Out of sorts, depressed, pain in back Electric Bitters renews your health and strength, A guarautoed Liver and Kidney remedy, .Money back if not satisfied, It completely cured Robert Madsen, of West Bur lington, Town, who suffered from virulent llvur trouble for eiglit months. After four doctors gave him up, be took Electric Bitters and Is now a well man. Get a bottle to day; It will do the same for you, Keep In the house for all liver and kiuuey complaints. Perfectly safe and dependable. Its results will xurprise you. KOu. and $1.0O..--H. K. Huckleti & Co. Philadelphia or St. Loula. Duelist Held for Death of Girl at Evans ville Evatifiville, Ind, Feb. 17. John ;Hlll, a bridge carpenter of NaBht ville, Teuu. who is aliened to have ! shut Cap. John H. Brown, of Him tow boat Taoer, tu a tin el nere ieorury 4. and also to have shut Pearl Vltte- tow uko iW.who died from her wound Saturday, was Monday held without ball, He ii charged witli llrstdegrt murder, The date of his prellml. nary trial was fixed tor February 24. A policeman wus placed on guard at St. Mary h Hospital to prevent the escape of Capt, Brown. i 1 1 .. The Best Cough Medicine '1 have used Chamberialii'fc Coueh Remedy ever since L have been keeping housH'uays L. (J. Hniiles, of Marhury, Ala. "1 consider it oiie nf the bht rinedl l ever uwn. I My children have all tnlceu It and It works lice a unarm, for colds ami 'whooolnK I'i'Uuh ii is. excellent. For 'side by All Dealers. MAYO PAY PENSION ? WARRANTS IN FEB. . Former Confederates on List I? ...... I.f..... t... V.Ax 1S2 Tit. ib1 C. Mayo consented to pay nil ot the ioterst. bearing war rants, amounting ru about $80,- 00, issued for tin- February pay Client of the Confederate peu s S'ate Tre;t"Urer Tnomas Jiliea, mailed out with the'- pen. siO.i winriints a -tutiiiuilt" as follows: 'I am pleased to inform you that John O. C. Mayo has'au iiouuced he will pay the face yujue of your warrant. Deposit the warrant in your local bailc .and instruct them it will be paid without discount when presented at the Pnintsville National Bank, Paintsville, Ky. 1 have made this arrangement with Mr. Mi.,0 because of the couditioii ot the siate treasury, there being uo ijioney therein with which to pay these warrants at that, tune, anu because of my determination that yuu should not be forced to take anything below face value of your chum." GOT A COLD? TRY P APE'S ".Pape's Cold Compound" Relieves - Worst .Cold or the Grippe in a few Hours No Quinine used j&Take -'lope's Oo.Id Compound" jBverv two hours until you have .youKciogseu-up nosirns. ana ine air pas-sages of the head; stops misty discharge or nose running; relieves the headache, ilullnee?, feverishnee3,.ore throat, sneez iliL', soreness and stiffness- Don't stay stuffed up! Quit .blowing and snuffling. Ease your thrbbbitig head nothing else in the world gives such prompt re lief as "Pape's Cold Compound" which costs only 25 cents at any drug store. It acts without as sistance, lasios nice, and causes no inconvenience. - The Panama Canal .Representative Copley of Oh:o has Ijeen down to the Panama Canal and he proposes to make the canal a free trade territory and thus establish a sort of clear ing house for American Com merce, both north and south. There is now a zone arrange ment iu Ham berg, Iloug Kong and Sinapore. All nations ought to be ready to agree that there should be joint action to protect the canal aud then there would be uo reason why warehouses should not be built in the zone by manufacturers in the United States. "A few manufacturers," Mr, Copley said, "could get together and send down a full cargo of goods, put it into a warehouse aud from there ship to all parts of tho world. Voung men trained by busi ness houses ami taught tho Span ish language could be sent to the various cities of Suuth and Cen tral America to induce merchants to go to Panama to inspect the wares from the United Suites. This project would open up a great commercial field and a Bpleii'iid opportunity for great and small business. Every young man sent down there would doubtless mean the ftirni.hing of mnployment for a hundred fumi iies in fhe United States by rea son of the .increase. i business. M liver) buily't friom! 1)1 Thomas' He ectic Oil llie una! liou-Hiold romedy for toolhaclie ear aclie. tote throat, cult, brulfei, cal.l. SoU at U ilrui tiori. 3 ami vc Mortons Gap Notes George Robinitoin Leonard Good- loo and little Charles Bramwell. of Earlington, spent JAiiday afternoon with Bfln T. Roblnsoli. Mrs. C. Cowan, of Providence, re turned home Tuesday after several days visit to her daughter, Mrs. Chester Flnlpj. Dr. A. W. Davis was In fadl80ll ville Tuesday morning on business. Rev.C. D. Cole, nt Louisville, was hi town Monday morning en route homo from Nebo where he preached Sunday. Missed Minnie and Leona Kington went to iMartiBonvillo Saturday on business. Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Williams spent Wednesday iu Crofton. Mrs. Geo. F.Davis, of the country, was in town Tuesday shopping. Miss Ida Lee Slsk, of Earlington, spent Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. C. P. Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. E, H. Slsk, of Mem phis, Tenn., are here visiting their parents Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Sisk and Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Jones. Little Helen Browning spent Wednesday night iu Earlington. Misb Mary Jones went to Madison ville Wednesday on business. Mr. Splllinau, of Earlington, was in town Wednesday on business, Mrs. Minnie Cam, ot MadUonville was In town Tuesday. Mrs. O. S Helm, of Nebo, spent Tuesday night with tier sist9r, Mrs. H. Thomae. Ben T. Robinson was in Madison ville Wednesday on business. Mrs. A. E. Whitfield went to Madisonville Wednesday shopping. Horrible Blotches of Eczema Quickly cured byDr'. Robson's Eczema Ointment: C. P. Caldwell, of New Orleans, La., states: My Doctor advised me" to -take 'Dr. Hob bou's Eczema Salve.' I used three boxs of Ointment and three cakes of Dr. Hobsnn.'s Derma Zema Soap. To-day I have not a spot anywhere on my body and can say that I am cured." It will do thesame for.you. Its soothing, healing, antiseptic ac tion will rid you of all skin hu mors, blackheads, pimpleB. Eczema blotches, red unsightly sores, aud leaves your skin clean and hoalthv. Get a box to-dsy. Guaranteed, All Druggists, 50c. or by mail. Pfeif fer Chemical Co. Philadelphiaor St. liOlliS. ' The Meanest Man in Town JoshepTi D. BeJl is city judge ofYonkers, N. Y. On Christ- mas eve he found a young map tn New York kissing his liauce on the street and tliereupou fined them both $3 and costs. Some one wrote him an anony mous letter, telling him he was the ineauest man iu the United S ates. The judge published the let ter and remarked that he has always been in favor .of kissing under proper conditions, but this ought to be done iu the par lor, iu quiet, but when people kiss each other in public, on the highway, it is apt to create disturbance. Here is a question. There are twenty million girls who have no parlor, and if thov are' not allowed to spoon iu parks and public places how is the great social business of courting fo be cou luctod? Our fathers, tho old Puritans, hold that it was a crime to kiss at all. There is a story that in the good old'days.a British mer chantman put in at the" port of Boston. On a previous trip ho had left his wife aud daughter in town, whileybe picked up a cargo at Halifax. When he returned they went down to tho wharf to meet hitp, and thereon he kissed them both. ; This was too much for the se lectmen and they arrested tha captain, trial him, found him guilt and sentenced him to re ceive 2o lashes on his hare back at the -whippingpost.'" MS.:iXri;,i: are a mild lasailva- c at all itorei. LEA'S RESOLUTION NOW IN BALANCE Opinions Differ on Prospects For Sena torial Probe of L. & N. Railroad Washington, Feb. 17. Opin ions of Senators conllict on tho question of the ultimate passage or disapproval of Senator Luko Lea's resolution providing for a. Senatorial jnvestigiiejpof thS Louisville & Nashjlrailroad. As' heretofore atlWuhced, Cou sideration of the resolution will not be resumed until Senator Lea recovers from nn attack of mumps. There ii a great doubt in the minds of some Senators that the investigation will b& authorized! "1 aon't think the resolution has a ghost of-a suow while the mandamus suit is peudin'g,"8ai(i Senator Bradley to day. When informed over the tele phone that a report is abroad to the effect that tlie resolution likely will not be called up agaiu, Senator Lea, through his 'sedrer- tary, announced. "1 expect to call up the reso lution as soon as 1 can return to the Senate, aud 1 believe it will pass." Senator John Sharp Williams, who as chairman of the Senate Committee ou Contingent Ex-" penses was instrumental in bring ing about toe committees in dorsement of the resolution and recommendation that the expen ses be allowed, said today: "The matter is largely iu Sen ator Lea's hands: 1 haven't had anything to do with it siuce my committee reported it,. .1 dgnt 7 1..' I.Al., !. L-: I ill " kuuw wucuiei tut: oeiuuu win pass it or uot. I haven't talked to any of the Seuators about it. I was surprised, however, at the amount of opposition to it which developed during the debate thd other day." . CLEANSES YOUR HAIR MAKES IT BEAUTIFUL It Becomes' Thick, Wavy, Lustrous and AIDandruff Disappears Hair Stops Coming out Surely try. a "Danderiue Hair Cleanse" if you wish to immed iately double the beauty of your hair. Just moisteu a cloth with Dauderine and 'draw it carefully through your hair, taking one small strand nt a time; this will cleause the hair of dust, dirt or any excessive oil iu a few min-i utes you will be amaz;d. Your hair will bo wavy, ilufry and, abundant and possess an incom parable softness, lustre and lux uriance, Besides beautifying the hair, one application of Dandenne dissolves every particle of dauuN ruff; inviuomtos the scalp, stop ping itching mid falling hair. Dindonne is to the hair what fresh showers of rain .and sun shine are to vegetation. It goea right to tho roots, invigorates and strengthens them. Its ex hilarating, stimulating an.dlife prpducing. properties causo the hair to grow loug, strong aud beautiful. You cau aurely have have pref tv, soft, lustrous hair, and 'lots of it, if you will just get a 25 cent bottle f Knov(ton's Dand eriue from any drug store or I toilet counter and try it as di rected. Radium and Cancer AlthouglraUJuui is proved not to be a positive' cure for cancer, tlie mediotilliultv of the Uni versity, of MVnicX lvaria, us serts-tlmt tijD,ininqral dous uu questionably prolong life ad re. Ueya palll (11 Cancer Ctt8e. lw I HI I lfc7T"