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Tuesday ANB . Friday Fridai Aflernewi Affcrnoen fSTRY WE IF YOU DON'T ADVERTISE YOUR BUSINESS ADVERTISE IT FOR SALE TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR EARUMTON. HOPKINS COUNTY. KY., FRIDAY JULY 24, 1314 I IS "rwf LUCILE LOVE" "THE CtRL OF, MYSTERY." SYNOPSIS Lncile is rescued by friendly savages. She is given an amulet for cnring the Chief's daughter and it proved potent against the machinations of Hugo Lonbeqne who, likewise catton the island plans to cet the papers. He burn Lucile's hut, but she escapes with the precious papers. He sends a, decoy message adkiug her. to come to the home of a neighboring chief, whose wife is ill and in the need of nursing, On the way there she falls into a covered pit, dug by Loubeque across her path. Her guide, un old crone, tukes the papers from Lncile, and gives them to Loube que, who goes with them to the jungle. You're Bilious and Costive Blck Headache. Bad Brath. Sour Stomach. Furred Tongue aud Indi gestion, Menu .Liver and .Bowels clogged. Glean up to-night. Get a JGo bottle ot Dr. King's New Life Pills today and empty the stomach and bowels fo fermenting, gassy foods and waste. A full bowel movement gives a satisfied, thank ful feeling makes poa feel fine. Effective, yet mild. Don't gripe. 25o at your druggist. Bueklen's Arnica Salve for Burns Miner Killed By Premature Shot, H. M. ErwiD, a miner employ ed in the Luton coal mines, near Nebo, was instantly killed early Thursday morning when a pre mature shot in the section of the mines where he was at work went off. Erwin was badly bruised about the head. and. shoulder, and death was instant. Another miner named Beehear was thought to have been seri ously injured. An inquest was held by Coroner Stevens Tours day 'afternoon, the verdict being that death was caused by "split" shot in the Luton mines. Erwin was married and besides a wife leaves several children. The Resignation of Hueria. Since the beginning of the "watch ful watlng" policy In reference to Mexico the fond hope that fiuerta would resign has been heralded in headlines of newspapers in the National Capital and througout the country as often as the old question concerning the age of Ann. But al though the United States has been compelled to make a good deal of a rough house in Mexico, the crafty old fox who holds the presidency has been as stubborn as some of the old Indians of the Sitting Bull kind who bothered the administra tions of former days. After all, why .should not "Sitting Bull Huer ta" be a good designation for the Mexican puzzle. Vacation Time! "Take a Kodak . With You.'' KODAKS and BROWNIE CAMERAS $2 oo to fx 5. L C. WILEY L. & N. Watch loFpsctor Ellington, Ky. $3,000,000 A YIAJt MADE IN SKUNK SKINS Protection ef Despised but Valuable Anl- mat by Game Laws is Urged Washington, July 15. Just common skunks are worth three million dollars annually to trap pers in the United States. Their far is regarded iu EuroDe as equal to, and in some places better than, the Russjau sable. And still only thirteen states protoct the animal by game laws. These facts are emphasized by the United States Department of Agriculture which has just is sued a bulletin on the "Econom ic Value of North American Skunks." The thirteen states are: Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Illinois, Missouri. New Jersey. NeW York, New Hampshire, Deleware, Maine, Vermont and North Carolina. In 1911, the department de clares, 2,000,000 skunk skins were sold by American trappers n London. Many of these ekine, the department says, are dyed and shipped'back to the United States and sold to the American women as "black marten" or 'Alaska sable." A Texas Wonder The Texas Wnnrtnr nnrnn irlrfnau and bladder troubles, dissolves grav el, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism and nil irrm. Unties of bladder troubles, remov ing gravei, cne Kidneys and bladder in both men and women. Regulates bladder troubles m children. If not sold bv vour drncrtrlata will h nnnt by mall on receipt of $1.00. One -U 1 ill . f . . . . siuau uuuit) is two monens treat ment and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send for taatlmnnlala frnm Kentucky and other States. Dr. . TTT TT.lt maa " . n. xibii. mk uuve sc.. at. louis. Mo. Sold by Druggists. Emberton-' Hodge Scarcely bad the rising sun touched the windows of the awakening homes, when at 5:45 o'clock Wednesday morning July 22nd, at the home of the brides aunt Mrs. Mike Hanna, Jr., there was a wedding,' a quiet affair, with only a few early rising friends of the bride and groom to witness the uniting of Jimmie D. Emberton and John Hodge, other than these there are no two better known young people in the city. Jimmie D. is a beautiful girl who never looked prettier than on this bright morning in a be coming going-away gown of dark blue silk and Panama hat. John T. Hodge is an employee of the L. & N. and is known as a thorough-going, industrious young man, standing well iu the esteem of his employers. Amid a shower of rice, good wishes and congratulations, Mr. and Mrs. Hodge left on the 0:21 train for St Louis. After a week or ten days they will be at home in Earlington; where after a short time they will occupy their own home ou It. II. street. Eucklea's Arnica Salve for Cuts, Burns, Sores Mr. E. S. Loner. Marllla. N. v.. writes: ''I have never had a Out, Hum, Wound or 8ore It would not heal..' Get a box of Bueklen's Ar nica Salve today. Keem handv at all times for Burns, Sores, Cuts and Wounds. PreveutB lockjaw. Co at your druggist. Elect Trustees An election of trustees in the va- rloas districts of the eouaty will be held on Saturday .August lit, at the various eohool bouses la the county. There are 45 trustees to be ejected. The eleetion will be held between he hours, of 1 and 6 o'clock la the atUrnoon, to be conducted by twe hums anu a cierK, to de selected by voters. Good iaen thou 'bq Veotod'M this Important oftlee" and Sapt. Ray is very anxious Uiat all tb vetentta mh ittrtt tk pari Nq Civilized Mani Wants to Live Where "'I There Are No Churches Go to Church! GO TO CHURCH! . " Tho church is the,' best institution the world has ever known from every standpoint moral, economic and political. It has changed tho world from HEATHENISM TO CIVILIZA TION, from SLAVERY Tp. FREEDOM, from MIGHT TO RIGHT, from DARKNESSf TO LIGHT, from MISERY TO HAPPINESS. Compare the fonditions prevailing in heathen lands with those of Christian countries; the forms of government in the dark ages to those of the Christian- lands today. CAN ANY ONE BELIEVING IN GOD GIVE ANY REASON FOR NOT GOING TO CHURCH?jjjTHE CHURCH STANDS FOR THE1' PURITY AND SANCTITY OF THE HOME, THE PURITY AND REC TITUDE OF PERSONAL LIFE, THE HIGHEST MORALS, THE BEST LAWS. IT STANDS FOR JUSTICE, RIGHTEOUSNESS AND GOOD GOVERNMENT. IT IS THE GREAT INSTIGATOR AND PA TRON OF ALL TRUE BENEVOLENCE. SKEPTICISM NEVER FOUNDED AN ASYLUM. THE CHURCH, NOT INFIDELITY, HAS FOUNDED THE GREAT ELEEM08YNARY INSTITUTIONS OF THE LAND. 3 The value of the church cannot be estimated. No civilized man wants to live where there is 'no, church. Ho wants it for its influence, if, for nothing else. A Take the church out of any town or city and the citizen will tako himself out. Take the church out and all evil will prevail, and fromTan .economic standpoint property be comes worthless. Km THE MISSION OF THE CHURCH DOE8 IT MEKlT ANYTHING? FESSED FOLLOWERS? IF SO; TEND ITS SERVICES. IT ISA DUTY AS WELL AS A PLEAS URE. INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITY WILL NOT DOWN. LET US ASSUME IT CHEERFULLY AND RESPOND VALIANTLY. Be sure to GO TO CHURCH next Sunday 1 GO EVERY SUNDAY 1 IT CANM DONE Somebody si'ld that It couldn't be done, But he. with a chuckle, replied, That "maybe it couldn't," but he would be one "Who wouldn't say so tlll he tried. So he buckled right In, with a trace of a grin On his face. If he worried, he hid it. He started to sing as he tackled the thing That couldn't be done and he did it. Somebody scoffed, ''Oh, you'll never do that; At least, no one ever has done it." ' But be took off his coat, and he took off his bat, And the first thing we knew ho'd begun it; With the lift of bis chin, and a bit of a grin, Without any doubting or qulddlt, He started to sine: as he tackled the thing That couldn't be done and be did it. There are thousands to tell you it cannot be done; There are thousands to prophesy failure; There are thousands to point out to you, one by one, The dangers that wait to assail you. But just buckle in with a bit of a grin, Then take off your coat and go to It Just start lu to sing aB you tackle the thing That "cannot be done" and you'll do it. Detroit Free Press. PROMISES MONEY 10 AID KENTUCKY McAdoo Says all Needed for Crop Mov ing Purposes Will be Provided Washington, July 23. The Secretary of tho Treasury has as sured Senator Oamden that Ken tucky will be well taken care of in the distribution of Federal loans for the movement of crops. The junior 'senator had called at the department to request Mr. McAdoo's aid to that end. "It is ray purpose and desire," said Mr. McAdoo, according to Senator Camden, "to depnsite government funds, not only to move the crops, but to help every kind of legitimate business in every seotion of the country where I am convinced that assis tance is necessary aud desirable. I shall comply with your request and furnish Kentucky its full quota." The breadth of the secretary's statement to Mr. Oamden has paused discussion here as to the the extent to which the govern ment will aiU private citizens financially, and is said to presage a u important announcement touching Una subject. Mr. Oamden left the depart ment, lighly pleased, To I I Miosf bV( e4 ppUi and difM ba tten MM4tr MrfeeiefUfc, tW 8M4oofc' IS TO SAVE THE WORLD. AT THE HANDS OF ITS PRO- LET US STAND BY IT AND AT NAME AGENTS TO HANDLE TEXT BOOKS County Board of Education Names De positories For New Books in County At the last meeting of the Oounty Board of Education the following dealers were officially appointed to handle the the new text books in Hopkins county : Bailey Bros., White Plains. Price &;Clark, Dawson Springs St. Bernard Oo., Earlington. T. H. Sisk Ifc Son, Dalton. T. D. Jones, Hanson. Ben Sisk, Madisonyille. Oity Drug Store, Nortonville. Will Porter. Nebo. j Superintendent Kay stated yesterday that it was thought the, books would he on sale at the above places by August 1st. The text books will be handled for the State through a deposi tory at Louisville aud sent out from that oity to the various dealers. Mai Your Child Worms .Most children do. A Coated, Fur red Tongue, Strong Breath, Stom ach Pains, Circles under Eyes. Pale Sallow Complexion, Nervous, Fret ful. Grlddlug of the Teeth, Tossing in Sleep, Peculiar- Dreams' any oue of. these ludicate Child has Worms. Get boxot Klekapee Werw Killer at euee. It kills the Worms the eft! of.yuur jib lids oau dittos..,, I LwuMve and aids Nature to expel tie Worms, 8upplld lu eeoAr SILVER. CUPS FOR BOlfS POULTRY CLUBS Prizes Offered to Young People Who are Interested in Poultry. Two Silver Cups are to be com peted for by boys and girls in Poultry Clubs in Hopking coun ty. One silver cup has been do nated by the Farmers National Bank, of Madisonville and an other by an individual at Dawson Springs, whose name will be an nounced later. These cups are to be competed for yearly and are to remain the property of the club owning them until some other club takes the honors. To the club raising the great est number of pure bred chickens goes the cup donated by the Far mers National Bank. The club sending in the largest per cent! of all reports gets the one donat ed by Dawson Springs. These cups are to be exhibited at the State Fair with the name of the winning club. It is up to the president and secretary of each club to make a good show ing. These premiums will be award ed when we have the Boys' Corn Club show. At this time mem bers of the poultry clubs will ex hibit their best birds. To the generosity of those,per sons contributing these silver cups, we who, 'are interested, wish to extend our most hearty thanks. It is to. this class of peo ple we owe a great deal. The Reliable Poultry Journal, published at Quincy, III., is one of the best poultry magazines published. It is clubbed with thd Earlington Bee for one dol lar the year for a sample copy with the Bee at Earlington, Ky. Stops Neuralgia Stops Pain Sloan's Liniment gives instant re lief from Neuralgia or Sciatica. It goes straight to the painful part Soothes the Nerves and stops the Pain, tt Is aUo good for Rheuma tism, Sore Throat, CheBt Pains and Sprains. You don't need to rub it penetrates. Mr. J. It. Swinger, Lou isville, Ky. writes : "I sulfered with quite a severe Neuralgic Headache for four months without any relief. I used Sloan's Liniment for two or three nights and I haven't Buffered with my head since." Get a bottle today. Keep in the house all the time for pains and all hurts. 25c, 60c and $1 00. at youc druggist, Bueklen's Arnica Salve tor all Sores. Per Capita Larger Supt. Bay stated yesterday that the per capita for thiB year was $4.50, the largest in the history of the state, which would mean an in crease In the salaries of the teach ers of Hopkins codnty. What the increase would be, he stated he could not say just now. He Is at work now ou the salary schedule for the teachers, and he could not say what this will be until the County Board of Education has formulated a salary schedule and the same has been submitted to the state board of education and approved by them. It will likely be a month betore this Ib done, he stated. Only Oho "BROMO QUININE" To ret the genuine, call tor lull name. I.AXA- UV BKUMU bOOKIOMlgnHUrCOI K.W. GROVB. Curta a Cold In One Day. Stot cough and headache, and workg off cold, ftc, m'A'ir,''i'K,"'J'",r"'lfl'",ui'' "i'''"iiBlljriinilfl'i'iir'l''iiH1l8'ff Wouldn't You be Lonesome ? If you knew you would always have to work as hard as you do now The, only sure tiling to keep you from it is a bank account. Yott know that. DFr.m PC RAMIV J" ' .T.I TiTB-r A ? , iLIVII CTM.TC RETARDEI IN SCHOOL GROWTB PAYING DEBTS BY APPOINTMEif OF TEACHERS TRUSTEES , ELECTED BY ONE VOTE. SELLING SCHOOLS FOR CASt Four Thousand Trustees Will Be Elatft ed Throughout State In Augusl To It That the Best Men Only Named at This Ejection All ents Should Vote. Louisville, there ever a Ky. (Special "devil's broth' that equaled what has been, spias js In our rural schools? "We are paying by taxation v4 three million dollars annually- oat jk the State Treasury, to say notft&xg m. local taxation and ottier contribution for the support of our public sch.ossj It is a question If one-third of it Tit not wasted by Incompetence and isi difference not to mention possiW graft In one form or another. As a sample of what has been gaiaf on, 1 very recently had occaslos look over a batch of letters froas 9 number of County Superintendents our State. I ran across ono repertlai somo trouble in the sale of scfcewkt Asking what on earth that meant, flf: reply was, "Why haven't you heard (! that before7" I said "In God's Baaat); no; what does It mean?" "Why," tta said, "that has been complained of flsf years, but it is not as bad now mT has Ueen." '.I It seems the trustees would sen ttr privilege to teach bis school to Um teacher who would agree to glre htm the largest part of her salary. It K reported that in some cases trading b schools has been quite a profitaMa. side issue. Was there ever anythfat more infamous? A man that wwm do It ought to be sent to the peaHaa? -tlary for a thousand years. AssUmC case of a combine, three teacher&'wwi applicants for a school, the final eW ment was that each should teaci third of the time, thus giving, the ywic children the benefit of a rapid cuaadf in teachers. j Another case (and this was not the mountains, cither), a vacancy curred, two applicants presented selves, one was a graduate of a N mal school with a full certificate. other a young girl scarcely tt the High school; the school was gl to the young girl. Somo of the ' curious enough to . Investigate fo the girl's father owed the superlnfc ent a debt and had promised paymi out of the girl's salary- In one of our rlchestcountfes.vrH a bunch of trustees were gatU with some patrons to talk, over co: tlons, one of the trustees; araset pleaded for help, saying tfcat ha elected by one vote and he had to out and hunt up that man to vote ft. him In order to get there at alk f ' When" It Is realized that these 61 trlct trustees, of whom there j about 8,000 In the State, constitute tt most vital part of our educational m chine, is It any wonder that tbt St is retarded In her growtlt and. i vancement. I would not bo understood" as- oc demnlng all trustees; we have ma. good ones, who are honestly tryfag do their full duty, but unfortuimfe ; these kind are not In the majority Now whose fault Is this? It Mom more or less to all ot u4, but prtmari to the -parents of the children-, who too Indolent or Indifferent to evem to the polls and vote for the right kf of a trustee' and take enough, actl Interest In the conduct of their scao to see that they are conducted! or efficient basis. When this office Is filled wltb J of the best men In each district. we shall seo such a develouMnt our schools aud State as has not dreamed of. There will be abost trustees elected in the first days August next Now will the people that good men. are put la or h8X H continue to neglect it and let tt filled with ne'er do wells, the-Incoa tent or those who have "axea grind!" The wonder Is sot that "vra 1 droughts, and other cal&raltfM that the God of Heaven dees sot us from, the face of. th earta. John B. McFerraa.. ChaIraaI catlosal Comaaitte, Louisville Q uerclal CJub. 4 nr.'