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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i i 4 Fr i i j Y I I i FR1DAYniit f rr YOU DONT ADVERTISE YOUR BUSINESS IT FOR SALE Ar YEAR HOPKINS COUNTY KY TUESDAY JANUARY 101 1911 No 3 N = = xT i TWENTYTWOMEN t INDICTED Y los Angeles Grand Jury Charge Dynamite Plot and Whole I sale Murder t IN THE LOS ANGELES TIMES DYNAMITE EXPLOSION CASE Los Ancoles Jan GThe grind jury in the LOB Angeles Mmes explosion ease returned twentytwo indictments late Thursday All of tho indictments charge murder in connection with thate crime His not likely thab theIJ H names of any of the indicted wills bomnd4 public until after fir reSts have been made It is be lidyed a large number of San Franciscans have been indicted Wholesale murder the out Como of a dynamite plot is un derstood to be the charge set forth in all tho indictments 1he return of the indictments r w the culmination of a disaster that excited the people of Los Angeles to a degree that for a If rr lew days bordered almost upon panic and resulted iu the offer ing of rewards aggregating near ly 100000 Union labor Which the Times dud its proprietors had opposed was injected into the situation and when tho special graud jury was empaneled oU October 25 it was immediately confronted with p two conflicting theories Ce flfoting Theorle 1uoo these supported by the findings of an investigating com mittee appointed by Mayor Al exander was that the times plant had been blown up by dynamite conspirators Tho others pre seined by the committee named I by tho State buildings trades contention to session here was that gas was responsible More than forty witnesses the insjority of them identified with tho union labor movement were summoned froth Snu Francisco and other cities In addition labor union officials wore sum i juryermined f jjrho in the opinion of detectives but worked here and Sjiu Fran Cisco could throw some light on murderplotAmong sum tone from Sun Francisco were 5 pjaf 13 Tveitmoe and Anton supposedjto Izjiithree LWere in this city for a ft rrlst14s after the explosion who subsequently disappear sa + According to tli fJdigtctives 1 I Bryce Schmidt zt1 i 1 ttpht- nrethek w three t ifu cnlt a tl i jpn San hit ftI 9i dl dyad it r et1 u have been U801 the- Times and ivaa later found iufeniftl 1IIi1- l of 11oj obiue phnt the rei t deuce of Fe ZaehuTWlaar t Hl cretary of tierchuiittistud ienufactureis 4ssociztltgIaA lH Ijllhl1ttlOl q Sull tieextelBiOI of J1 iIi otty Iiibiorf Two flays ago jual iward of 25OOOwn3forlrially adfered by the eau ty Btfiird of for their capture nj You Jan Eat Anything r tsiEfit what your stomach craves the slightest fear of indices I itfci which is an awful feeling You1 Wil not be bothered with Sour JMiinco Heartburn Nausea Bad atli or lleuvy Feeling If yo will flue Io oot Dlgebtezo Itr re 1 4ante cures u4 If Dfgic Candy Belief Uv ono Gat J BQo ot le from the frnardrt nn ANTLER HOTEL DAMAGED BY FIRE Fire Fighters had Flames Under Control After an Hours Hard WorkIt A fire alarm was turned in a few minutes after eleven oclock Saturday night and the Antler Hotel was found to be on fire Fortunntly the hose was near at hand being in the Ruby Lumber Company building and war con nected and doing good work in less than fifteen minutes after pposedNo7 and a fire had been kindled t in this room during the day by thol porter who was preparing the room for the occupancy of Morton McPherson Mr France way had lately leased this build ing from Ohas trice and would have opened it in a few days The furniture Was the property of Mr Francewuy and is consid erably damaged by water it was insured by R T Whittinghill for 2000fThe estimated damage to the building is about one thousand dollars the amount of insurance is not known i Always Blessed with a Hearty Appetite If you use It helps your utomaph dd the work digests what you eat and makes Rood rich blood from ur NightsHeadRchorid of all these troubles with Dlgos tetlfold CompanyJncorpurMed Lf fie W WILL GET INTO NEW EABLnrGTON HEADQUARTERS v Office Being Equipped for Occupancy During This Week The L N officials and dis patchers will occupy this week probably tomorrow their new quarters on top floor of Peoplas Bank building Partitions s haVe been built new furniture put in and wires and instruments are being located Ohief opoiu tor Oobb of the U N system has charge of the iustwlUtion biozitof the floor is occupied by office of the train dispatchers tin rest of the space being taken by office of Trainmaster Wise and a small office for Assistant Deveuy who finite it advisable to spend much of his lime hero now on account uf the iinporlitnco of Barjingfon as a freiht traffic ceiitrer k 4fA Ba1ieslSave the a You cannot eel Ritfo withoata lion tie of Ottos Oum Balsain and I iftyou have little qyefiuslt Isapositiye specific lu Croup Bronchitis and Coughs It like magic One dose will irive relief and the ritiiiKor is over For sale by drug depart MhllnIKENTUCKY INSTITUTE l FOR BLIND IS FEEE Every Railroad Furnished Free lCeutupkyIustitntefort1teBlind ting the public to uulers tJlld that there is no cost Ittuohedhto att ncliftfce iu t hat and us ft consequence tiff atten duties at the present binYeVjinot as large as it probably would je otherwise l Pro B B r Hun too ii stated to day that the J institute is notltni- Byll1m for the treatment pf blindness as ninny people iimvg tile but a free saiiootfdr tie Jblind BUPparted as any other public school Children are faf nJRhoil with clothing Free of charge at this schoajnod wli rc- tIiYsCek admissidh to it their railroad fare is even paid kt6 LpuisviUo Lovnsville Times f i BY fNLJSY WE TNaIVE ADVERTISE EARLINGTON 7 Ir THE BE1rha- s r v r T Boosted Ecjrlingtotv F6rpre L Than pARS VI v s l 1 j Have You t 7 if 1 r I 4 j THEBE t Has Always Believed in Earlington And Earjingtons Future J And SAID SO I li a Have You I 1 f i THE BEE or its successors Will Boost Earlin ton f For the Next 20 YEARS t Have You Begun Yet V j0 jt Join Our 2Q LUBjSubscribe for The Bee and Boost for 4 v 1k jj I 200 YEARSj f l N r r 4Ifsr ds t s I at t VIGILANCE COMMITTEE OF r ONE THOUSAND BUSINESS MEN Organized to Regulate Movement of Un desirables atLos Angeles t A vigilance committee coin Doses of 1000 business men of Los Angeles Cal is to bebr ganized in that city flldTn the renewal of dynamiting and wrecking of the Llewellyn Irgpn Works by Union men early q Christmas morning Their olg jeot Press reports at ale is to drive away undesir Jlesor thj labor union JVKiWork Wbo a- be war1 tlil t fife arl- r tv toJeltyepst py sill bedtulceu te J jAiiiirujors coHnnji ir tvtilhe met it tlw fold to lcaye lit oici yEir Roiitip a ttoriVdy of the AlttVcJitrnts und Mainnfjf turers AfStciaf iou whi 19 truck ing the dyuuiniters liojwrecked The Times Building oir 0ptober 11 and killed 20 men sHyfe that he alas evidence to shov that the LlaWellyn outrage nod the sim ulthnebus attempt VkiU the watchman at the La ey Iron works Fore only a couple of nsericaf attacks planned t OOI fftEOF INTERBUEEAN SERVICE ON NEW TIMECARDf i I Not Believed Present Schedule Wilfbe k DisturbedSpite of Congestions L ill fA new time cardwlJl go into eiroton the L H today or tomorrow ttiEh itofcljange of time at Earl ingtctit firth uotjnt All thtIuterlnprbzru runs rem tiu undisturbed us they13ave been under the preBonttihiecard So furns the Bee IB able to discover it seems quite uulikley that any clanged will be made in this ser vice w iichisnut so satisfactory to tbe Diiblic thonih it is well known Chut fife interlurban runs add quits 8erioualy TJtrtiines W I the congestion oftrnffipoJ1 this part of the division I U f rQ t H is 1 SAVES DWELL 1 r 7 U ff VI le In Roqftf Capt West Home on l Railroad Streetflesterdayi iiI iitlit damaIf ewait cai3sef U r oy orlij g 4d th f tlmad stretjt occu hEG b1Wett = L Gttrd AshbyofTsdtgille perhaps other lrleih49s rho 1n Oscar Stevens The fiietie j rtmeut made a good t quickrlythhsignalcaanejhatthe b1 ru and hosiwiBt not unwo Itfd I ch LongstaFrkuil lothersiho were to abyf cuifhole in t4te roof anlhct tithe fire out wrthwater t lf fie hQLIr- edrzutt h it f pms tot irive cau ht- fcttlraturlta oliJ oPhaJ- rHunne fatljugon the shingles V if r nf Asthma erersY and pld people with aktngcouprh wJlUfind iustaut inlttos Itney1arCompoyitd Youritviubmadomore ItJJuingo9oappan+ Cbsiitest atfDIapioncI sitr Jj Mortons li Gap i i r Now 0Jc The qoMtest f for the hantomey dining fable and couch that has Dltyilondstprei3at Saturday a lNo 284 von the Cpucji o2507 won able Tlte holder bf tlieBt lucky hunir beri ill call lit the store anti receive l their pvemiuinf c y LN to Extend 3500000 itr luun OUrYicA Ire idit W L Mfipot her1 of the Louisville ash villa railroad announced aSspeechat the liexfn tou ate dcluh banquet thad his j j t tJ W Hq pooooI for ningy light miles of sioninto Eastern Kentucky J i v 0 I Madisonville = Notes J BY MLEKN DAVIS Tho Thursday Afternoon Literary Club Mrs Clyde Ruby beautifully en tertained the Thursday afteroon Literary Club at Its regular busl ness and social session on rhurs day aftronoon January 5 1011 at her homo on South Main street A most excellent review of the events of the Civil war was given by Miss Bonnie Vera Murphy which was Intensely interesting iu every detail Miss Carrie Atkinson m a paper that she had prepared with much thought and feeling paid a beauti ful tribute to Women of the Southland who so tenderly assisted in trying to promote the noble cause of the men of their land Tho Sketch ot Uncle Toms Cabin was then minutely given by Mrs Laurel Ruby in which she pictured the influence that this little story had in imbltterlng the already poisonous feeling between the inhabi tants of the North and Southland Misses Hattie West of Hopkins vllle Holon Gregory of Yazoo City Miss and Florence Allyn of Spokane Wash were tho Invited guests during the social hour At the conclusion of the business session Mrs Ruby served the most elaborate of luncheons carrying out the colbrs of Jtjie ohdbi through its sovQrat r e 1ttr The SoutHond Rrldge club was oharuiihgjy entort et on Friday afternpoh at tliebothof Mrs R C Suttlle I1 + WestConterstris- tiii seat wer tfiufe s H F HertU1bW iudjR Iutn 4M6PborsoBl 0 sSG tlv J oiueoke and QJ Q o o- otV kr9shres Annale d J i and- IieloviLre r fI1aaifO4qiUss Were titllv Q Ti Mrsf1= IA atsc the g A- akeap sP gfa p J wa- slpardedexquisite vltiict fret l r 1akq H Aiffjfr tlgames Were completed leasdaintily1 gll r dainNashville r- IIViatting o i- tr 1 B Bfaaiey1 is viBittn inl IIP svyllte this weok x telOossle Branch went to iPi ton Iuesday to visit friends Plas Atleou Davis ieRa bust giesB trip to Earlngtoh MoqIY WF loodtletitruae kbu tnass- trip to Earllngtpn Monda V v ciFSheltonVaB in JSTortfhViije Mbtiday t f T MrskbMore apd children and Mrs toy Jall of J atiispnville vis Ited friends hi Earlington today ChloaoiisInfor a few dysfrN M Holpman of Dawson is In tie city spending couple days with iris mother Mrs Sallie Hole man i1 GabrifllStokes of Mortons Gap vaij in ha city yesterday- Mr and Mrs Thud Ortou of Han son were hyTuUesdiiyflhpping- Mrs Banner Stevenson who has beeii visltluguMrs J D Sory for sev oral atrY I 1ynocl home Monday afternoon tj i MissMiittloiE Boze of Ntishvllle- cenur is q o olnt1th hOJ1o of- 11rs J G BHailifn this city W P f Grahamfof Earlington spent S n1l i Hendtrson and Cloverpbrt with friends and rela j tives r The Blue Stocking Chub will met Saturday afternoon pt2 p m At hq Iioino of Miss Llllfaii R blirdS in ffits HtrIMrs John L Grayot will outer alu the WOll ant Book 1nb at their next business sslon Wednesday Afternoon January 12 lOU at the home of Mrs WO Morton Judge Yost and W J Cox made a business trip to Greenville Monday DrJ D Sory was called tov lVor vjllo Monday 5j Dr Jrakj was in Nortonville Monday Mrs Ben F Fields of Baaittey i Wash visited friends here Mon r l f j ffIVffl fI r 31Lt T Et TUESDAY and FRIDAY R TWENTYSECOND lQtItruy Superintendant Clothingt TWENTY Earlington rtei aefusetutted ruffrpiilhttitciind IOKArjt day Mrs Fold is the guest of rel atives and friends in Earhugtort J W Porter of this city was In Earlington Satuiday Sam Morgan of Earlington was here Monday Dock FoVler living near Ashby burg is trying to interest the farm era to organize a stock uompariy for the purpose of building a trolly line from Ashbyburg ta the L N llbej a distance of 18 miles Mr Fowler is a farsigh ter and progressive diti zen of Hopkins county and realises what a paying investment this will be to all interested along the line Mrs Bobt L Fenwlck of Earl ington was in Madisonville SaturtJday shopping Dr Roy Robinson of Hopkins villo spent Sunday to this city the guest of friends Miss Louise Wilson will leave Wednesday morning for Knoxvllle Tenn to spend several weeks with friendsW l Head of Henderson re turned to this city Saturday to spend several days with relatives Lysauder Bone of Nebo ws here Saturday Mr8p mesB Rash of ton W thls city 4aturdayshop p itl Jeo Laifobdrettirnedhomeft4esc1aY with his family Ben Davis is in Evanavfile buying goods for the store of the Oak Hill Coal CompanySMiss Mary Patterson who has been visiting her aunt MrSQ B Jenkins in Providence for the past week returned borne Sfttijrdajr Mr and Mrs Shelley Ashby ayfi visiting relatives in Hanson this weektMrs C C Givens spent the week emUn providence with Mrs Doug las Buckmm The local theatrical company having vsoveral weeks ago given Charlibs Aunt at the Morton Elksohto give this sameproduction In Princeton Friday evening 1ftHHftry 13 the pt9 eedet9gQ for ttheibeiieflt of the Elk Lodge in ltv This playJnall of its 1ictsis well gotten yp jud the I acters well chpscn far their ts t WjJ Davep of qjovris New Mex ib rt1vd here Sunday atternoon t weeksxJI d jftnklin olD a w son i- SpFlte vfetiirhed home Friday fter ylsiilhg frleuds and relatives forff vfra days here l Gleorge Green returned to Clarks = me Monday after viiiltlug friends here for several days- Qhartmlfrariklln one of Madison vilfes fo enlpBt lawyer spade a fi ln trlpto irhnKton and Daw sonSpringsI9hturday in interest of MrlFPapk Suns of Hanson speutseve al days here last week the guesvt iffriends Leslie VVhitfleld of Nebb was In this city Saturday on business Morton McPherson Lawson Fax on and Ernest Williams were in Evansville Sunday attending Madatce Sherry Miss Elsie Wilson IB visiting in BvuiiBville this week O W Waadill made a buslueas trip to Hopklusville MondayrIOns Walker was in Earlington rMr Walter Daves and little sons Lawrence returned to their home iu Earlington last week after visit ing Mr and Mrs James L Mason Pltt burg Penn tot several weeks Misses Elizabeth and Katherine Givens are visiting their sister Mrs Douglas Biiokman m Provi denqo during the weekend Mrs CF Wimborly and children returned from Louisville Friday after spending several dues with frieiidsMrB Gordon Hall returned to her homo in Frankfort Saturday after lepeudliig several weeks with her mother Mrs Lillie Curt if this city Have you a weak throat labyou cannot be too careful You t cannot begin treatment tOOAIdy Each Ctld makes you more liable to Another liud the last ia iilwuys thbaharder tu cure If will take Chamberlains Cough Remedy at- tbe outset you will be saved much trouble Sold by Geo KfngtSonsr tiR Lw r L t 1 r 1J U U C rn tl tdI Sn J rI t rt I aLej 0 jePAUL M MOORS EDITOR AND PUBLISHER J E FAWOETT ASSOCIATE EDITOR AND BUSINESS MANAGER F IMeJRberoF League Branch Office in Mortens Fanfare Store 119 South Main Street Madi I I gontiUe Kentncly No 4UISS AILEhN Mgr L 10191tEarly to bed and to rise Attend to your business and advertise And yeu till ue healthy pros serous and wise Bposr c Sit BoosT Ear wrtoo rBOOST Earliools BOOST Ear n arc lee a BOOST Earlingtou Busiuess EarlingtonEvervtinngt Have faith take courage get a grab on a little common horse sense and break the blue goggles you have been 1 i ii gazing through thf months past fVnpn your + indowslinde HLthingsgip they arefor the next 20p Jyears of The way to begin is to right by joining Tns BIKS U2M CLUB J This may be donedo- it now Iby enrolling yourself as a paid in advance subscriber for one year or more to THE SEMI W KKLY BKH It is possible to purchase an additional membership on the same termsj for your f a distance who would like to read of the doings m a live town with a long future The Bee is the paper and the only agency that has consistently and always painted picture ofEarlingtons faturZn- dhasr more tbnn twentyyeprs- sent broadcast the good news of Earhngtonai enviable history comnierci lt importance and bright future if1 Have you believed these thm 8 and said so Good time tp bW now Subscribe for Thb e and get right ff 1l t Join the 200 OLUB Jh t t t Looking Baokward1 some timess 4 dangerous praclcett one is trying to IGo For gard The Hopkinsville ciwgi4 says editorially l1Ire Ewir of tkou9dofwhat does ftf8ln P r Judge E4 QR tneto After Grippe or any Sickness Vinol Creates Strength HERB IS PROOF GrippeMrs cover her strength She was very weakand had no appetite VI NOL rapidly improved her condi tion and restored her to health I sincerelyrecommend its use during convalescence or any run down condition TubGBC N VAUGHT Huntsville Ala Miss Adelaide Gamm of Water town Wis writes After a severe attack of the Grippe my system was in a very weakened nervous rtin+down condition I took VI NOL with the best of results and it made me feel better and yearsWea more valuable health for weak and run down persons than VINOL and we ask such people in this vicinity to try VINOL with moneywllal we claim for it STSEMIAED XIXIBQ COMPANY IMMyrated Drag Department 1fl t2t V r II Subscription Rates f One Year lQO Six months 60 Three months 25 Singlo copies 5 Specimen copies mailed free on application Correspond ents wanted in all parts of the county Address us for par ticulars Phone DAVIS early begin nendTat restorer have tbe promising future on prospects for the Republican nomination for Governor at least so far as concerns those gentlemen who are declared to be ready to accept the houor if thrust upon them No Cause fat Worry Courier f Someone down at Earlingtou the busy mining town in Hop kins county got to worrying over the possibility of the coal mines being exhausted The Earlington Bee applied to Mr John B Atkinson whe is at the head of the biggest mining com pan in Ken ucky for an ex pert opinion Mr Atkinson replies in these words During the forty years since No 11 and No 9 mines were opened there has been taken from all the St Bernard mines No 9 No 11 Arnold Redo Barnsley Diamond St Oharles and Shamrock twenty millions of tons of coal Y L1 eoreigBaB spring for my vacaf idaIperBonaJly made investigation of the amount of coal both 9 and No 11 that IB yet Untouched 1wHl be miu lroe the cit nk of eels and aineley Earlliintedto over eighty mil toffs iToinine sit t1rate of 800 oehundred itJOWba au oChllerstr4Tha i4tnt tfineut shoql tJ3O 8 fif fi9nt to allay any alarm hmay exist as to any eariy ins pent of industriat lprfssfon afc deposHwlano I occasioh forrey re wblK rJ n the parftiiefeBopk4 i on earth theeBo imniunent danger of- Jrgeaingtodeath rfytfofe for laktoij coal in the vicinity Darlington vtit no linmedla prpbapllifcy ojkjnfiner k sing h8 b eicaased p k of in4- teia14yheYewith td iisrcI8e his pI 5 afer fi centuries h JICetI do posits may bpexliausted but by that time Earlington probably wiirhave adjusted itself to tke situation The world is moving and science is not asleep and it is altogether possible that pos terity in Hopkins county will fins some means of taking cnre of itself when the crucial mo ment conies that Earlington hits no more coal to disc Jn any event there is absolutely no reason why the coal miners of the present day should lose any sleep over the subject m V 100 Reward 1100 The readers of this paper will fro pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been aboto curjIn all its stag es and that is Catarrh HsllVCatarrhCnrelsthe only positive turn now known to the medlcat fraternity Catarrh beins a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatement Halts Ca tarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys thqdiseasefy up the constitution and assisting nature in doing Its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it falia to cure Send for list of testimonials Address P J CHENEY CO Toledo p Sold by all Druggists 75 cents Take HallWamlly Pills for constipation Quite a number of Madisonvllle people have signified their inten tion of seeing the Blue Mouse at Temple Theatre Thursday night January 12 VL rJA W CITY DIRECTORY pIill t U Maxhrrc r JBourland ait hti t- PpliceJudgeA J B Chief of Police Win Bratilgp I I Night Chieft I Tax Asseador H iorbttt Olork Paul PPrlco- TreasurerFrank B Arnold City Physician W K Niebet City EngineerR E Whlpfler Street CommlsslonerRohtWood Councilman Jno B Atkinson Madison Oldham F D Rash Geo C Atkinson Thou Blftlr C M Henry Mooting night first Monday night In each month School TrusteePaul M Moore Board of HealthEd M Trahern Jno X Taylor Curtis B Johnson M DPostninsterChas Cgwel- lCHURCHES CAVUOMO CiitJBOir First rae every Sunday aiid holy at 7CK a m Second mass and preaching 980 H m Vesporfc and benediction 7 p m Rev J MoParland Pastor CHRISTIAN OnuKoa Sunday school at 980 a m Preaching every Lords day at 1046 a m and 7 jv m Prayer mooting every Wednes day at 780 p m M E CUUBOH Regular service s third Sunday at 11 a m and 7 80 ptn Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 780 Sundayschool at 080 a m Class meeting second Sunday at 1080 am Rev I N Reid pastor Epworth League J S Hap cock president Meets every Sun day evening at 645 p m at the Methodist Episcopal Church South All are welcome M E GHUKOIT SOOTH Bev W C Brandonv pastor Servicos on every 1Bgnl at 11 am anti 780 p in Sunday school at p- Im Prayer gVedne8dajevenings at o worth League every Sunday evening at 645 Ladies Aid Society every Moudav afternoon Official Boanf meeting Monday after first Stindav in each month- MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH Preaching 2ndand 4th Sundayiattli a m anU and th vreudi- ng SaturdayqhtChurch m tigg t i MR J day Shtiday chool at 9M anPrayer neetuip every MondarniKbt afc 73t Rev C H Grigson Pastor KNiMiAi BAPTIST OHDBOH Secvlcesfourth SunJay morning an4 eveninglhieach mouth and Saturday evening preceding meeting Friday event g Sunday school 2am y REV T J LYNN Fasten PBESBYTBBIAN GHUROH Hec LA Regular services first Tharsray at 780 p m and third fcundiy at 380 pm in each month Sunday school each Sunday ironmg It 9O oclock j nESr o- jilt I TariibrNohaeaohmonth oitJ tf i jB Ji4 i 0i 860 j Victoria Lodge 3o it K of P meets every Monday and Thursday nights Visitors 1o o EBIt N Boo T and 8r- fiopklnftfj0dge AvO if W Nn Ml mfr Yfb bt YQ WARS Seo i G ldenCroeJLOdJte E Saturday NlJ ts1and8rd trlnth twtMKgrEKXTHA UMBTTs ecf 1s2udrmonth Bifsa IrzI HurtiJ DII S7r A Cj u ana is IJuitij tfW o ffT1d EII te a save1y rrtt- d iT i y 1e f i- a II U iiJ G0Aa Z II I THE 1 ROYALSTANDARD TYPEWRITER IJv The Simplest Strongest and Most Practical TyPewriter I- K tf t 1 1t PRSE 65ciOijI 11 ROYAL TYPEWRITER COBS on 1i Royal Typewriter Building New York NY J H ujtaod r ftwuo A Bremesti Xrt Eaob JRxiruoijpal Gifyiabb1U I J Itc J t 1 I vlJ 4th Friday nleht at uew Victory Hall JOHN WAND ScrlhH MetmeetsHARRY LONG C of R CatalpaCampday night All membtfrVare earnestly requested to bo there JM i CS CRENSHAW Clerk MOdern Woodmen of the World No 11992meets every Wednesday Y Q WALKER See Elks B P O No 788 meets at Madisonville Monday t B N GORDON Exalted Ruler Roy S WILSON Secretary Earlington Chapter U D C meets let Thursday in each mouth at 230 pm MRS KATE WITHERS Prea Knights and Ladies of Security will meet every second and Monday nights Visiting members invited toattendC w Clerk t ViritlngfqiemberB are cordially invited to attend any of thepc Lodges Geo Robinson who has been visiting friends in Nashville has returned home- Conductors John and Thos Can Bier of this place have moved their families to Hdwell Ind Miss Kate Borders of Madieon yJJle spent Sunday with her parents In this city- Chamberlains CoUgn15 Eomody sever disappoints those who use it for obstinate coughs colds and irri of the throat and lungs ItStands unrivalled as a remedy for all throat and lung diseases Sold by Geo IIi King govt 111 I I U ur t 5= Sr gg=5g3 t I r + if JI iis y p the Buyin Frocn r O1r ff l 0 1ie Ni xMr1 qt 1 1 Ih tl K n t I1frr r r e y Ir w I Atrt rr Some ho sewlvesharassed to tine f fi verge of nervous breakdown by trival ah- noyaiicep devote no real attention to the Wbnying problem They buy when they HAVE TOprriiaps at the nearestf 7pJace when very likely better values m U S rt and lower prices areaivertise1 ry threeT w 01four dIfferent st res The housewifewhqdofes not give asv tgIvesa that are of half as much importance will 1 never find any real intere in the business j lof homemaking f The adstudying house wife buys INTELLIGENTLY She knows hern Market as well as any broker or mer chant knows his And she will never stop to tell you how shard it is to find J anything in the storesnowadays that one wants and can still afford to buys ForMl to an adreader that i not such a hard ii =task 1i I f5S l = + SsMt t j M Ci i c a JII1J Qj f AIHARDWARE STORE V1WILL IS3 BE OPEN AND READY FOR BUSINESS Monday January 2d t 1 We will handle a full 1ansd complete line of Hard ware Harness and Saddle I Y and also do harness repaIr work We ask the people l 1of Earlington and vicinity to gIve us theIr patronage and 1will try and give them value it for their money Our goods are new and up to date and 1- a our prices mOderatdrSw Come and see our line of goods K bring your harness repair work to fi c us fit will be appreciated and tye t n guarantee to do good work and give 9 satisfaction tea vnt Zap v if Tntwi ill v 1 h tn o hixnd l73 + t a FJ vI W u obIIlO t 11A4 PROPRIETOR Jf EAR INGTONi 1 l KVD pI lIi1 1 fjt JAMES BRQSS rJ HOTEL CORNER MADISONVILLE KY iFULL LINE QF ===== Pure Drugs atReasimable Prices 0 r ScissorsBuffers p SIINDR ES Hair Tooth Cloth and Bath Brushes Combs Syri ChamoisFeatherSCHOOL SUPPLIESTablets Pencils Pens Ink Erasers RulsWedding Tabletsiyr tn t I BEE ADS PAt n M Io 9 r7TiIIITViG rt II h JIJ r i rnp TALK iWhat would you think of a aiNman Who reported for duty me day lay off for two worked t a half day went off for a week and so on without any regular ity Surely you would hot ext peat good service from such a manAJ1dyetlumemerohantshold I ply a elMman r up to great results when it is allowed tot work very irregulary Thefaot that advertising costs money is proof of its value 71 Things without cost areusually worth only their price It Trwr r I p News of the TownI Tip Top Flour fllls th4 bill ttt Waddlll of Madlsotivll0- t here Sunday visiting frlonds I Biases Eleanor Dee Gordon and Virginia Dyer stopped over in flit city a Yew hours yoBtordayien route lo Nashville i Old papers for salo at the Beo alloe l reportsWree tntoD 1 a UJohn Rule made buslnesb trl- lntj gdlapQVllle krlday s NtalplUnYahwa s iu Madison Friday TJi l atnding the adance J VS MoGary was in Madison vine Friday on bneineas Theo Watts mado a business trip to MadiaonviHe Friday Say Tip Top Flour to you Rro iery man John Coyle one ot the popular 1 tonsorial artists of this city went to Madlsonvlllo on business Saturday Mrs John Hamby of this place Tistfcd friends in Victoria Saturday Frank B Arnold cashier of the People Bank was in Madisouville r Saturday on business I NQrtonfvlieliras If you have not usedlTip Top JTJoar you have not need tho beat It Is reported that a Madisonvillo ycuny lady who was formerly an Iterllngtiah girl will be tnarrlod Peon to a yoaug Juan over the rivert yt The mapYJdouds of W11 GOybSj f4 JU9 glad tosee ham down tow- neafup a r1UIi rdJKMI J JJL t i Ttoss livens of Providence was here Saturday on business Geo C Atkinson vice president of the St Bernard was in Madison yllle Saturday on business Mrs R L Fenwiok visited Mends in Madlsonvllle Saturday WANTHD Clean cotton idle BriHjc to TUB BHB office Wo need them Ifo strings or small pieces wanted G t W R Gairiblln of the EarKngtoii +antry was In MadisonviUe Sat relay HnpkiltsiIntends Work un the room pyor the Peo o flfttt iBank tobe opoupied by ithe li ifeK dtspfctohore is progressingr rapidly and they expect to be ablet to move in shortly N G Alfordi superintendent o- fI Shamrock mines at Providence here Saturday on business sm Naive fella twentyfive feet from the running board of a box car to the sand pit r1m lijplf with a lid bruise on his shoulder if The dewS at ShiesWeiortmenl Our SHOE tiltodatet and las 4gbJ vme of coI Shuesr il1en- just receivedl WeektDayton Make regular 0 shoe t extra tap sole extra high it piII reinforced heel positively oatu hot rip for 479 v IJ N iSfotbing like it In the qitV v Tan high extra h a jIdouble sole solid solo ltq r counter cap toe genulni al I skin t the shoe fofvftjd wear regular 6 shoe now top eavV calf shoe rblg eyelets sewed and screw bottom vloaUzed The beat I for the money made 460 shoo fur 810 I Bpys Calf Skin Bootee pIg too 2 buckle Beller10Lpantf I Hopkins CoOparathi Cor- Iffyyl Bldg HIp Wcrlon lgr J fjf 1 i d t- c r I Dont fat ocAHor Tip Tot Miss Lucy Offlttt Of the who has been visiting the family of too Favors has returned home Chits Miles Is very ill with Pnou monia J W Ttpnlpson of Madlaonvllle was in town Monday Gee Hi Johnson of Madlsonvllle mode a buslnpHs trip to this town Monday Mra W L Hall of MadlBouvIlle yiuited friends hero Monday Will T Mills of Madisoiiulle was In town Monday B C Mitchell of Mrttileonvillo was hero Monday on business J W BobliiBon ot Madlsbnvllle wis in town Monday Try Tip Top Flour It is the best v Miss Bessie Bennett loft Monday for St Charles to visit her sister Mrs Hugh Griffin for several days Charles Hale of tho country near FridaysE E was in Evansvlllo Friday j IIrvin SIsk and wife were in this otty shopping Friday Wt Phillips made a businoss trip to Madisonvllle Friday W F Sheridan of Louisville made a business trip to this city Friday Fox RENTOne furnished room WATRIN9pMls8 Mayuio FOard of this city visited friend + In Madleouvtllef Sat urdayandSnndayIt aunt or friend has been to ew York you ma learn wharutfno Blue Mouso real caUedIa success nighters declared it a scream with out a flaw Clyde Fitoh has adapt ed from the German farce of Alex ander Engel and Julius Hnrat much of the original matter nut he has given it a thorough whitewashing 40 that The Blue Mouse which will bit seen here at the Temple Theatre for one night only next wholee some laugh provuker without caus lug tho sensation of ijiileaaluoBS Few plays have created the favorable attention that has been be stowed upon this latest productioii The oast lit lunwmH i rso fqtisIfarce comedy as 25 people quires to tell thejBtory NoticeI In future the Golden Crass Lodge on the nyjj att 1 thlyd+ Saturdaytln eanh month at 780 ntalock instead Of at 8 oclock as heretofore Members will tAke no tlco and be governed accordingly MRS NOLMK UMSTA1 Secretary The UM of Condl enbIIn an article on the use condi ments the London Lancet the foremost British medical publication says The classic experiments of Pawlow have shown bow Important Is the role of the condiments In diet bow it is they Improve appetite and Increase di gestive power Mustard pepper and salt used of course In sensible amounts assist the appetite give a zest to food and partly by reflex action as well as local action stimulate the flow of digestive juices and Insure I healthy asslmllatlon Even vinegar is known to have a softening effect on tough fibers and hence Its us is justi Oed In so many Instances Escaped With His Life Twentyone years old I faced an awful death writes H U Martin Port HarrelsonS0 II Doctors scald I had Consumption and the dread ful coughhhactlooked Ifke it sure i enou tried iti1derGeorgtownr S QI for a yearbufc could get no relief A advise ed meto try Dr KuigsNilq ry I did so Val completely cured I fuel that I owe my life to foatthtoJtaud lung cure Its postively guaranteed for coughs colds and all brow li al aireotions 50o4lOO Trial bjHtJb free ht all Drt glsts J I Vrf The Human Mins T Slow In forming swift lu npjJng slow In the maldnFswift In the lag slow swift t1oVn the other slope It Is the way orpt1j Jure and the sayotkhe human j Anthony Hopelt t i f Chamberlains Cough ftemSdy is coughmixturefor all the troublesome and danger Oils compllcatioiiB resulting from cold In the bead throat chest or lungs Sold by Geo King Sons Precocious In Spots Bobby Do I have to go to school mother MotiiorOf course Bobby Bobby Why mother I heard you tell father last night that I knew entirely too much Detroit Free Press Heartburn Indigestion or distress of thin stomach Is instantly relieved by HERBINE IT forties the batdl ito Cout oftiie body a d- restoresionoip tho stomach and bowels Price 60c Sold by St Bernard Min 1110e rItfCo f lAnted 11 4- f V a in TTr ini r V AlmanacylUbl Information full Ief1Ilseftke 1910 cenitw and of the most Important and exciting Congressional Election fifty years 16000 facts and figure- yboa politics labor tenon sports farm statistics finance trade commerce Insurance money and banking information about our own and all foreign countries the armies and navies of the world Panama Canal aerial navigation growth of the United postalInformation qualifications for voting Constitution of United States population of largest sties of the earth of too largest cities In United States of all United States cities of 5000 or more In fact the 1911 World Almanac will tell you some everjttiingaboutit bookstores west of Buffalo and Plttsburg 30c by mall 35c Address The New York World New York t Extravagant Mourning Pcpys diary bas this on the mourn ing customs of the time On Sept 22 lOGO when there was mourning for Ring Charles brother the Duke of sbortblack Nextsmy a black cloth coat made of my short cloak to walk up and down in The problem of mourning for men must have been greater than It Is now in those days when ordinary masculine costume was less somber On this oc kingInThere is one mourning extravagance ot the earl clghtecnthrcenturr which would scarcely ciJmmeBd ItsclfrtJsV iaolee OJttJiAxtfrtes used to be black- at3aaeeeS6aaette wllycougd edy for children Keep a bottle constantly at hand St Bernard Mining Co Incorporated Drug De partment spec 4lagent8j1 j r f ere ryrAiVVV fhe f1dt During leena lJl I + linn ittti od O tol ovflrltfJua c menu JIIJiUFlblrlHZApi ta- ttlttl e ILIA 4Jtiit II n trlu iII II- tIjH6 11111 ni Triij fjyintfr of itlllitltit iiii jtIiUr u Illg WqIp iltui n IliSils 11PhltninI oiici htivliiK a- rtid tNo1lnffIrIII ir lOjHUI tr lllC f niiir Jrfifl 1Iitr of 1i lie ltoII 11 lIldc IiRtvdt+ tieal WI tiJ 11 rftfin 1 iin i 1 9itulchili uv 1IrCnlllug It mill lii u nstt WlIlLr n t pit ocltribe hrflnr obetIIIl rite alah te Ihit fr fd tith hill 1llobubli III i fniciiiiii Sf n krituifn4v IUdI J- CllljIIJCc1 i S up ll C II n ODstt ct toftihntii 1 ri w 1 ft1eieral bJII The liver lose+sdttrltoat TEisalso purifies the bowels strengthens Ulgejstlon and restores itrenfjth i3eraardDruStorR s Incorporated j 4 r j The Two Occasion At a Scotch temperance meeting an old mancurc ly Sflebrnted fop his so briety aroM9ndrafiur addressing the nudlencennei 4be desirability of mod eration in all Uilnpi rent th6ed- alv trlpridn iliprea iil l I n wcat islonThere wok n llCjh it Sfi r te flmlltIItl nblli llrtttttilhtled- fol iI hlIfsYi Itt I I t Ilnni r IjiIIJr ttJrb i ptn I ml tthlay is 1111 Inn uli ilslgi I lilt dhllll L et iTopdtiuKers CI lblal M1 troublesitYA trial pWlncWv Greatest healer SoresEczento The Unknown Great My tooth hurts like San 13111 AVlv the Dickens Is SiijirrilllH Pet who In Sam Bill 1 DIckensr Toledo Blade 1iV Hf neither Ignorant uot careless with espHrt to the future Vergil 1 0 fIJ A 1 sq from uThe Blue Mousa at Temple ThnatajT17Clrv d 1nn 2 I 1 v tA Jj t o i l- w t RingTIB la w huye folds ef mesh was imbedded a rtugtwilt ytfti let me have on atvubrokersI t OH til ydaaN It ort BO I caVwefgh Itthe said She togged fit the ring It wouldnt come of- fCant you get it off for me7 she askedThe pawnbroker threaded a needle with strong linen thread soaped the needleand slipped It bead first under the ring toward the band Then he wound the long end of the thread tightly and evenly around the finger almost to the nail That done he took the needle and unwound the thread from the base of the finger out and as be unwound the ring slipped off He weighed tile ring Two dollars be said That wont dp the any good said the woman I can get 3 anyplace else Ho returned the ring She didnt really want to pawn It ho sold She just wanted somebody to take the tins off A jeweler would have done the same way but be would have charged something New York Sun Lame back may come from overwork sold softies In the muscles of the back or from disease In the two former canes the right remedy is BALLARDB SNOW LINI MENT It should be rubbed in parttirefactory Price 25c COc and 100 per DrugStoreCo Incorporated or 14 J Mythical Crtatur ot7Y Japan mythlAmonbany remarkable peculiarities of con formation but gifted with supernal ural attributes such as a tiger which PbbeMetljillJi by I t 8 dr Uytbehiltipllcation of tHlrmernbcr Ajiipng theta are ser pants 80Qfeer long and large enough to swallow mi elephant foxes with j eight legs monkeys with four Qslics vJth ran cads ittnc g carsI body the flesliof tWbichejH cure QIlstfencej realbed the lptli of 000 yeqrs bos no noed of anysiiHUMnincp except waterift V ViiM MUI1 I The busiest antl mightiest IHtleI Qhamberlalnstots They do the work wlieperer tabjets j tl68 eS 1U s hlol1hje81t sEient1Iaktiit k Lft1 jt Sold by Geo i lSt SOl1A f1y Oneia 4 I ad dined elh but not wisely titiketatthe box Q a bOUgJMJ hvhere afargetwabW I pro 4eed In cotnfortablyaskev en itslonbly5seatlMt ever sprlcnced he 4tr 1r t Iu tia Q JlooltlJIi h tcti lerndhim B returtI tG bAttieflt UJfYcuGu at l lr drink went to my head Cant ub stand a blamed thing them foasayin Im gain homo to id It Philadelphia Times a uj i r P lSon t m A1liaollIaLife Pills Ttlitt e slIdh a health pillsshouldtried its vlnII t USE T ij Kl And be well agaln Onlyyttklat all DruggIsts CoaUoHjireJ bole peo ple treated you so badly nndno7 see- Tlieyipvito you to their rep pti9n Sb n II t 3lie7helrlnrkinggrndhe ngalnsl 1QjJla 1 tbey- tr1IAcd ate Ne I r v 1 he quickest and most effective remedy for loosening the phlegm relieving irrlfratlou and curing any 91CheoIncorporated Drug Department special e s M ti Suplclous1 Itwas docfu i the market dlaatict What this country needs I plcnty I of hope and sinew said the tall one Yes and plepty of grit and sand echoed the short one By the way what 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1I Bor tine Next 200 Years I I I 1 LABOR CONDITIONS e WI 1910 IN ILLINOIS I mitt Months Idleness i Compared With Strike Period Other yeatn j 1iea O MINESEfE vThe struggle over the wage scale for 1010 was unprecedented in its duration and iuthefedling ongendered not only between the operators and the minors but ibelweeii factious of the miners Union or rather between the Illinois districts and the national rganizationThe of Illi nois are probably better organized than those of any otherbituliiiiousc- oal mining State Oq result iithis has been tide eltablish went throughout the qftalmiu ing regions of the eigllt hour day But the biyearly shutdowr fef naturally resulted in long jfcriods of loss of in some bofchto pperators and em ployees In 19d6jpracticaily all ef the important nines were shut down ind 48792 men out of a total of 61988 were idle for an- arerile of 58 days each This wa8xequiVolent tO an vera e of 4S days idleness forgttghof the1 H988 employees and wasequal to 25 per cent ot the tblat time male Id 19081 the suspension waft not of such lotto jijuratioti quite as many men lifiBOrtwere 4 men out of aFtal of i8035 beiag idle for a111 aver axe of 87 days quivalontto an averftgo idleuessof 26 days fot east of the 68J005 employ destliU eaal to 14 per cent of rile tdtal aamber of days workedvBy each Man during the year These figures do nut rjneauuajj actual loss df 26or 14 pet c nb respectively J in wages dunng p year for thereis greater mMn = sty for labor both previous sari subsequent to the and the minarsiart1ctilarlkit- k9ae who vorlcby 9iq tJ nd ar paId e ble to Make up a goad part of the Jot time This is shown by the 1tt- cttt notwithstan i e BPeni sign in lW6 wli l tentlyi1 v loitt 25 per relit in working time the production increased 8000 1 toris t dr about 8i percetil over 19Qf In 1008 however w n tie suspension waa ghorter- audlwhenfoWer men wereinvol Teq the production decreased 8 55 450 tons or 018 per cent and this decrease was in sympa thywith the business depression of chat Meat Jt as imposslble to BayWhattmiolit have been in roUucti6ubr in the total work lag5pU1e if ttlif suspensions had notlpccured but the unsettling of business andlo s of tradtliat results from the litdowns are unhenHhfufal ditmay well be asked if son better method of dealing with tho wage courovery may not be adopted It will taIllinois some time to fthiefivTs IiWJS in apple W ptof JnbqyJ Qrithe business done in tho State Iii a whoe hat as state l by O L a I I ft 11 i I 1 Scroggs secretary of the Illinois coal operators association there is a constant shortage of labor at individual mines owing to the fact that the number and capacity Of the mines in the State ex ceed the requirements of the trade This produces a comps tition amonf the operators to secure miners and at the saute time under normal conditions results in over pduotttin4and cutthroat competition in the of forts to market the product i Fem ef Divorce In Old Rom In the earlier period of the Roman republic divorcee were quite unknown and were rite right up to the time of the Sallan ware In the old days the husband and wife who wished to sepa rate appeared tor the last time before the common hearth a priest and priestesa being present As on the day of marriage a cake of wheaten dour was presented to the husband and wife but Instead of sharing it between them tfiey rejected if Then In stead of I prayers they pronounced formulas of a strange severe spiteful character by which the wjfe renounced the wowfehJp and gods of the hus band Froft that moment the religious bond wnBJ6 rpkcn and the community of worship having ceased to exist the marriage olJt fqrifiSr ado was for ever rtissotdwjk American onIIi PatheticQ r ncftJaiiiilhfe 4 alIt wrest QIttl rf9trade aSini n o t1 a sad A it orfe s Ilrcvspl1l1ng It seems the when hasgot the rust The corns stung by the weather lIJDistressing C ti+ Alt sUt Z A- TJft jtgrfCfr iiJ Of yNtlt r J j 1 t A a tr 1 A 1111 r IU X 0 i ria Ir Jgit an t t This ecaierffurnlshGd AI Till some laegta to d For later on they flndtt tDI R2 sIVU C J OkiIy Inbllion and finally lunacy J iit rlble lathe tate of the mattchuorgies ant ddaks his aT 3inli JI- J r but regttlrr doses M fate tl- uaJlY 1 ecp 1Iallolr aar carpJJ r andor 1 MJtii u III Inja v lnrs especially I i der8 6sa iprltii i rfounts ttfd lieLi bunted y 4elustondualPy r l lfdc hhn n fin rdlfui gravePenr ouuIi v IWTSomething AT THIS OFFICE in the line of Cards Letter leads EnvclopesBil1- heads Statements Folders Hand bills Show Dills Posters Snlc Bills Pamphlets Blank Books youwI 1 IHieGame Won In campaign In Kansas some years ago when the tariff was made a domi pant issue an old German was running for a county office in central Kan sas He didnt know enough about the tariff to talk about it two mlnut8More than that he didnt care much for It had nothing whatever to do with the office he wanted anyway But the voters were much excited over the question and seemed to think that evCl1candk1 t sbOuld be able todls cuss the problem from A to lizard S6 thJsiGerniaii 4nd his ctnpefgaa- lhtiger1lnleda successful su ter utellNWB6n the German got up at the miUhgs to talk ho Would say Now Bhentlemen 1 alll talk mit you about iler tariff It Is like Just then his campaign manager would interrupt Why John you have only five minutes to talk You cannot do yourself justice In that length of time on the tariff Then Wnt talk about bttfarltrP would baioUns1 Inevitable roWTatia ho wtlnldogd bnrtartc1h thnfhVfrAtitWC a certain1 cdirtydfeTce andsoibbHle gamErwoagt1 be Was blecttkiit ab 8id11t1 dot T alit 111 1 iFler l EtymologII P H6rofttiiJsj one of those words thatttJ ave sbowar popular association to bstxnager than etymology Itjbaa riosreal connection with ithe rosc but is tho pld French vprimerol acid i anyhpwj means only the prlmel or yearour ipnroses oti till sorts ot flowers We have the tuberose which ISonly tuberosa tuberous land the rose mart which Is rpsmarinus deW ot tfacsca ptltheothet hand the Meo1 liasii beeq e dllyenougkoily ca gcylCOUldataotire ltrl itfopvet uprJ nose In icn 1JbJfatDe coupe rose1 opt 1n lL + e OWo to the- iiolatless copPqndon Chron fte Nf dr t iiL t7herbltiM Jmania of the middle red4waliupQOseff to have been alt a its St Vltus dunce tltio yearj374 at Aiita thohethelaads Ad 1 qV6r Germany Dd Italy da badd i rite add ti 1 osf alii68nlioM1iIf rei rdftrsJr tb co6yb s togetbcr seal In i totgr3ltTt doamlng at the mouth they would udYfIYlJprlnl up and begin the anc1t be again exhausted and so dp until they died The manta lovotved mllllonople J r T e VlJurynen A rrfeu twelve of his- ialig cggEymiarTbls custom Is a thou d years an we get It from the vikings befikingS divided their countryup Into cantons which were subdivided into twelve portions each uudor a chieftain When a malefactor was brought to it was usual for each chieftain to select a man from the district over which be ruled and compel Jilm to try the prisoner the verdict of these twelve men being de ciatby iheJudse t6 be Onah k It d rwfBade llad 1 lirareyouand our wife IpnreIJn JJtl1tle while W ntwpli troll J 1tfJBile brought homo a new taua- titter puttlni on shetruiIp tae and said aliedllnt bejieyo Jtv vas be omlng So T t HecUorsIIi A OneSlded Rule Once when P I Hnrntiiu was tnt lag tickets nt the eutrnuceof his clr- cusa man asked lilin Ifhe could go- Ui without paying H f cuu pay without going In said I rtalbut you cant go in wlthoiii Baying The rule doesnt work botjj wuys t v Not bV Exclusion QcI had it hard line getting nI good lt Uoolllieslnata you been iniri riett4mohnllnSftJ1 t foh no 1tutdltt hllltt rf11 bqfihhlltj on ISht caliiUUIII1ntm ttL tIYtj j tll i Wft 1LIy c yi r r t j j uspicleushYfau seem to have a lot of mosey Do I1 Yes 11 Thats all right But VA like to kitdw one thing f U awayti0nyou get iII p iElidQ youtaeme for a grafter Startling News now did you get through the cen sus ordeal Miss Backnumbcr Oh very nicely Did you toll tho man how old you vere 1 certainly dldl Did ho fall dead with surprise or was he polltu about It He Guessed it Mr Speaker said the Insurgent congressmanFor purpose do you arise asked the speaker If I may Judge the future by the past for the purpose of sitting down again Naturally What kind of men do you like the best What kind Yes Oh just any kind that the other tills happen to be crazy about Her Reason lie doesutE like the girls YestIII wonderwby He says they are so disgustingly fond of the other fellows Elevated j Are prices as high as ever1 j Hlgherj c j X11 i1 in aftYese of owning an acroplahe in order toIreach them now Felt For Bill Bills married Is thatao He Is- Lets send him a letter of sympa thqritJ11Kt tfJ U A fJjStrong fiough s v Youfsdy wo oUgliti to Use some dls infectant after thsttncaslesTI Yesi i Wouldnt my husbands breath do 4 j Had Ji FrittHlj You ougbt tQ tudv tlJjbch1- Whntfor J8- t To read the bill oGfareti iytnogtty tylks all languages I 1 Gentle Will tlrtshorpshy pt autosr h orHe wpntdo 1 wanted him for rty motberlalaw I I I BlJ Y 1 I Ladies Tailor nitst rHalfPrice i- H U The remainder of our La It diesWinter Tailor Suits will be sold at onehalftheir reg ular priceii M If you have delayed the purchase of a i3winter suit you can now make half the money do double duty as one of our plain tailored Exstylish suits rill be the correct thing for Spring wear I Remember that 25 Suitsatl2Sowont last long so dont delay J The Dulin quality ineveryy garment V Alterations charged for j 1rw y DULIIf Yen See his OOrj r0- p HIC A MORTONtwi MADISONVILLE KY rI y Funeral Director and Emtalm r Any Gall Answered Promptly Day or Night T y r BEE ADS PAY GET THE HABIT toJ L Jetewir eerrlr- r t o J UJe The Elechic Appliance is a Desiraffk Acquisition ir l ua1l 1 The electric lighted home is the home of comfort convenience of gen eral cleanliness of safety and it is made happier with theuse of the little electric t appli ncesnwvl1being put on the market 1 yisittfCirvibffifce and let us demonstrate to you the use of the followjr gpFlatiron Chafing Dish Utility Motor Milk WarhiefvvjMassage Vibrator Q jGuriingironinGorn Popper Disc Stove Percqlatpr Hot later Cup Luminous I Radiajtorj gilrLigbter vacuum iCIeaner Sewing Machine Motor and Ranges IdaI tI q ft municipal Electric Office L asoniiPng Madison Il hl1entuclty c p Jp fI rI 1 f tU K tI I 0IV l 1 Its i j IF r IiII J D I C iI f i t JPII 4 I ali SrIi A 5 I IiSeale irata BAt BLUE MOUSE at Temple rheatree murauy January 12 I Tftmn iqsir IKJTJBID IK- XDTl AT PROVIDENCE KY- f ThMas WanJtw is Burned and His Con 4Hten is renounced Critical Madipouville Ky Jan11An accidental explosion occurred at the mines of the Wanless Goal company at Providence Ky ut 4SO oclock this afternoon Thomas W nless owner of the minMknd two miners were shoot IBR when the explosion occured- Wttnllpliewa bnln4ovr4heen VjtVp body and is in a critical con vnMpQ and the other two men were seriously burned A num berof men who were working neAr the mouth of the shaft hoard the explosion They hurriedly wwnt down tho shaft and found the three men writhing on the groUnd Great damage was done to tie interior of the mine a large part of the apparatus in it tieiat wrecked The explosion wits caused by a blown out shot xe Here Dyspepsia Gas or other Stomach Troubles Notbin will remain undigested or omr on your stomach if you will take a little Dleesteze a power faldiK88tive and pleasant M Maple Syrup For sale by the drlKdeJrtment of the St Bernard tMining Cempauy Incorporated Peeks Report Ben Tit Eobipson of Mortons Gaps when as teflbtlHK BKK in regard to the r f the tempted suicide otssBtanol Keylin tbMtcityIIfIiWoMero 1 iethitely uu tt1 WThriiIo- x porth ItlilllCore Tfiaiitt jjeasts The number of people IT by wild feasts dont approacbftho erkilled by disease germs Ho hfeltt safe from their Attaoks There inn air watery dust even food grand protection is afr rlordvd Bitters which de stroyand expell these deadly die oaee germs from the system Thats why fever and argue lanai and many blood diseases yield t iprotnptlr to this wonderful blood purlfler Try them and fnjoyjlhe health and new strength iftvc 4 ffala AlWrt Urmoulh With Evansville Courier i Albert Larmontb of tnis city ajd who has for some time past oen city editor of the Madison Till Hustler has accepted a petition as reporter on the Bv r 0BIYtHe Courier- Pleurisypalus are located just below the short Lumbago a- fvt the same reagon but toward the baok BALLARDS SNOW 7 i LINIMBNT is the remedy in eith rea tf rubbed in thoroughly it eases pain relaxes the b ent can move abou- ttrMlandoomtortablyPrlc9 i6oI stud lOO ittc Store Incorporated f i K IiRea pnd the Book Thats a t rooi i 4 blution Ask TUB Bite- Iiioatm a it n to 1 ypQ Ir- p f I 14 M A High Grade Blood Parifler Go to tho St Bernard Mining Co incorporated drug department and buy a bottle of B B B Botanic Blood Balm It will purify and en rich your blood and build up your weakened broken down system B B B la guaranteed to cure all blood diseases and skin humors such as RheumatismUlcers Sores Syphilitic Blood Poison Catarrh Eczema Itching Humors BumpsBone Pimples Old Sores Scrofula or Kernels Superatlng Sores Boilu Carbuu tJles B BtRaureftall these blood troubles by killing the poison humor and expelling It from the eye tem B B B Is the blood remedy that can do thlstberefore- It cures and heals all sores when all wltbdirectionfree by writing Blood Balm Co At lanta Ga IMr and Mrs T N Mack have the Jennings farm three miles from town containing a58 acres to Chas A Elliott Dr E N Rios and E M Price Mr Elliott gels the portion lying to the right of the Llsman road and containing about 160 acres while Dr Rice and Mr Price get that on the left The transfer is made for 1 and other andIFor that awful cough take Blood Ins Cough Checker A6Q dont bottle will last longer than most any cougbSt Bernard Mining Co Incorporated Drug Department speoialageiUs L N TIME CARDt t Time of arrival of trams passing through and departure of trains originating at Earhngtpn Effective Sunday June 10 1010 jJfORTH BOUND No 9h fl25 a mA r No 63 f 1116 a m No 94 r 728 p m No B4V 1122 p m ft BOUlir BOUND No 5ff 480am No 06 823 a m pmNot J Jjt1 INTEBUBBAN TRAINS NORTHBOUND No 104 i 826 am NolooI 1056 am 200pmNoSOUTHBOUNDNo a m No 105x1000 a ni No 107 i 1267 p m NoHOQ 820m-No 111 360 p m- MHETIME CARD t I M IL E time card went into efffbt Sunday June 19 1910 No 112 leaves 646 aIPNo 118 arrlves880 p m I CR R TIME CARD Time of departure Illinois Con taltrains from Norronvm Ky NORTH BOUND No 102 fti f J33 p m No 1040 840 a m mNoSOUTH BOUND No 101 4iOS pm No 108 14 a m No 121 local 198Vpm I No 186 local pass 66SH m ww HARRYAI SUMMERS nn J t 0 NI1n Djn r f t61A f r Sovds J i4 ot Ie AdNecessary L e f a Heavy ane si C At Cong s t A1 Good HOC AJ X One or the i r i v ar the congress if L cnwflodHonda associaf r eM ifllq last week wan j ulc y 1 o vVvn mere of ElfzabeRs A Ky S w mere has given lhl1slJ J study and Is an au Sr y 1 itiIn favor of the got I KI ds 111emf was as follows It Is evident that In Ker icS r i nave done those things a hlcou- ght not to have done and loft done those things which vc to have done Between out pollt feuds our blood feuds n t e isoum talus and our tobacco feuds in Central and Western Kentucky Wq have re polled both capital and Immigration from our borders We have neglected the education our children until illiteracyisepr- oech Ito e e ate WJ bane lett comps tlVeuF d the gtea t wealth stored tho boweg of our mountains We have shipped qut our splendid timber to be manufactured in other tatesiIn stead of manufacturing it at home We have legislated against the rail roads those great pioneers of prpg ress and development instead of Ih couraging them to extend their lines As a result of lltid btbe2eenaus fig ures show that fontyjtiiree states dn the Union have a smaller percentage of growth than Kentucky Is ItJ1otI time to turn over a now leaf just be tore the New Year and use to the full est extent the great advantages which nature has Iai3at our feet and which opportunity has brought to our door In my humble opinion the first and greatest step for the material development of Kentucky was takes last fall at the good roads meeting when this congress was called and a committee appointed to draft a state aid bill tor public highways to be submitted to It It is not my purpose to discuss at this time In detaiUthe value ofgotidroads- or the cost of bad ones I merely wish to emphasize that bad roads are a heavier tax upon the people than any reasonable tax which may be levied to secure good roads The bad roadsitof Kentucky cost the people more an aually than all tho state tax the state school tax and the county taxes combined A government statistician has estimated that the bad roads in the United States cost 1250 per capita a year If they only cost half that much In Kentucky the people are paying annually 12000000 to pull through the mud Ball Roacitfttt Perpetual Tax The cost of bad roads Is a perpet ual tax which can only be stopped by the building of good roads Good roads not only stop the tax of bad roads but they Increase tile value ol os1TheyThe measure framed for your con sideration was drafted by committeo consisting of Senator Joe S Bosworth of tho mountains Jtfdge James P Gregoryfof Louisville Mr George fPickett of the Bluegrftss and the speaker from Southern Kentucky ft was framedj fcipUi and to any particular section of the state but upo the broad plaA ofbelpingevexy par of Kentucky anon lII1Io wealth as a whole T e cffli ttee ideavo ed to make Itqtiali1and flmple in synopsis jtofm t i bo sus ceptible of butoneconstnictioni one the framers intndedit sh al have t Kentucky tag unit Outside th state a citizen Is known onMas a fen tucklan whether he hallifVrom mountains the Bluegrass orWeste Kentucky No man can rise to jjtw tinction in any part of this comiHon wealth that the luster of his name not shed upon the whole state No grcaf crime can be committed In the most remote section that the shame o it does not fall upon Kentucky W peed to give force and effect to th iottOofour tstate iUnltedrWe Stand pivlded We F ll 1and everywhere from the tgSan4t to the Mississippi there should be a united and concerted effort to put Kentucky where sh properly belongs at the forefront of the State Aid Not New The Question of state aid Is no nothing w Over sixty millions have been appropriated by the various states lathe union io aid in the construction of metal highways Thirtytwo states are aiding in various ways in the con struction of roads I have the last re port of tho federal highways depart ment at Washington City which shows what the various states are doing in this direction MftyliinjtPliu appro priated for tills year 350000 Massachusetts 500000 New Jersey has spent 2859735 and has appropriated for 1910 300000 In this connection 1 would say that New Jersey Is the pioneer state In granting aid and as o result it shows double the increase of 1 JJAtAfWe L o population of any state on t 9 Atlas tin scnb aril Noir YoVk hnr appro ated 1410 Upand r tnal hlea O a ij CCOii I r i5rgewgfr fJvaRt pDzaiji U2JQOQ an rot ilby n7TITTTvWw6TanhlD In filch outgnnv a y of tl o Pa Ire fates has tl rot fall 1 G VW t l d ths ye r x IIt n t rout at r lit of i aless et liesiv tha no itate Sn 1I t1t hat rwrui mat rial bogs BX ft- 431c bull niJV cowl ttiWlilc hav gtr 9d IL Inc Inlo and iltat very aCSt nhith t r i iidhN man mfar ogr ss S e Sdlis M abC 1ir leer s w- h i d nautosr first plarf tha t t1 roi i vt v fqpen but T ra hi iio beet oeo t Kei ncky eayW wiiii rirc o vei Ions Itn no fV is vaste from IKC ter r V it vill so s ip tl vKrri wlh1ail- 1 r uted j t as tiutin s in B tiiec atilt So Kent tckyrt B tales n tholrah uld J ovidi latt aid r thrct son that no F l f su h B red dlffienccin ti weith a rl JH rty otQ r pec ole Vo 1 vf o eco ity rhos assorsabb veah is c er i O tOOjOCi am u d ten here the as r Is JCBB tan 1000000 The Ii TIcIp of state aid has been reco- gnizdlu Kentucky throughout 1U en ire history Our public school system tests upon it and without it half the counties could not maintain public The state Instead of the coiintlcB under our laws all the jury claims witness claims pauper idiot claims iudge andpFo- monceaitli Attorrtleysssa iiUllr many other things Il IB shgntltttltI- n quf laws that the statoJ3 th tJJAI thn it is almQ t fundamental Compared With School Tax totlo not believe that there is an intelligent man within the sound of my yqlco who ypuld gpenly opposesthe school tax of 22A cents onjtha MqnMl ihls county PJJf ntpjJho Slate ltrtnfJ1lYJiID9re than Itoilr9 I Pttt t41 aAioygllSdvoOitg tJeVepeal nt VWon4i lcan IdaUftfQr theJfg who would make the race upon the platform of the repeal ofi he school tax because his county did not get back as much as It paid in would bo overwhelmingly detested WhY7 Because it is recognized as an abso lute necessity for the rich counties of Kentucky to help to educate1 the children of the poor counties in order to maintain our public echol systemJ Nearly half the counties in Kentucky are as helplese to build good roads without state aid as they would tie to maintain public schools without state aid Realizing the value which sta e aJdhas been to other 8taeono one f catf object to It in KentucJcy except 1th most selfish Pf Pa- y1Drfu1ItUe ttke state woUt and do6ot believe 4 entucky Is ga ing te be soVernc 4OT that narroxv spirit Those fey jiBfeVwho are cry log 6Ut against tM tax B cents on the 100 from SetSshneBs are cry ling out before even th Ir Jcketpooks are hurt We fifeJItire that the state- superIefon in the conatrtctJon Jbi cbuntleaIthe nn htho Increased tly e the pauper couhUes by of good roads would soon asAte of them out of the pauper st i that in ten years tnVjBtatQ woui4abf std bat are Interest alt the e edatipn offat tmweper Cent twtolr i TlierV is a section df tfI 01 the bill to be discusseslilc T hi E Tcti6n that has been overlooketfrbjri mho It is the section which vljjds that no county shall receive 1fr ear more than 2 percent of the stntO Fund 1 This stMe tA will be rip 1rjXlm atcly 600OOli pe cent of it wlllf bo 10000 A hnrcefv tills maximum funtWfW bqr 7frotthan it pays Itt vultlaUon of life c uiiTrjris 20000000 lessnthan ten counties ere the property Is viWedat 2oo00b00 or moro ind whichdwoul of necessity contribute more to drawefrom it All of these have large clUes irt them Tlieje jtI03 andrnit Is nothing more that theysllould helpto 1lufld nsiff the they w lfbe m tflclarlea It II Alloly e to re er to our public preecentseIs levied nall the property of etato and paid into the state treasury U is dlltlu accqrdjng tol the nun ber of children in each county and the singleecent to get the The slate aid to roads IB on a much fairer proposition than this It provides that not a dollar of the state money shall to any county which does not cover it with either 1 or U- of its own money to be used in tile construction of tho roads according to its ability to pay In other words if the state puts up 500000 a year to aid in road building the counties will have to put up from 500000 to 1000 000 This means that in ten years there will he from 10000 to 12000 miles ot good roads built In Kentucky according to the direction of a com petent civil engineer and after theI most approved methods of road lug This will do more to bnl1dI Kentucky and to enrich It same amount of money spent in theI uther way o i r h I V J itAIE A DIP IN PROSPERITY Let us print your PROGRAMS MENUS SHIPPING TAGS LABELS and all other i kinds of Commercial or Law Printing an- otherLAWBRIEFS1 I PRIJVTED AT THIS OFFICEt 1 i 1 Oi WIrNM WNJIIl j aM SLATON kerrlti 11C7 i ff MADISONVILLE KY rs ri ti afiJ Everything New The Finest Hearse in ttCounty 4NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE MASONIC BUILBWG M i r 1 iOt TI3AgA3 Ora tttPNINHHHtHNHNN1IiWtNHHH G firau JuJ Slowly made surely gOO4 rt r Won sere for foot ease styles liie s worth will like the d h7iare made to order t Each paire y pair The flexible sole muc s ected sole leather tanned byr eLc Ic processa4 rider for comfort and r ese givethsatrsfachbn which so ahl n have been for in- ar womans articular taste as tothe le an style iss met nfl the line which dealer C Ath our dealer b V F 1r x CUSTOM MADR SW RUHEIMERSWARTS SHOE CO r I Stv ouisS A 0 1 i teN f ir T- Temple I joNEr r c- JAIWTHURSDAY I2 lThe management i1 of the Temple Theatre Earl j Jington beg to announce that owing to this attraction an date t this section tbigEJ Ca rpererPt 5 Sensation of the Season THE BLUEMOIISE1A y BY CLYDE FITCH As played for 14 solid months at the Thea tre New York and 6 months at the Qarricic TheatreV f Chicago I PRICES SO 75 100 AND 150 t 4L Ado rau 4u41Ir i1 iI r 7Tj TT K MITCHELL SON- Livery 1eecl and Sale Stable I Just below city hall All coal orders promptly filled 4 Drayage to all patts ofcity Moving a specialty p- tJ I Good rigs Open all hours Phone 62 1t = Nortonuille News Frank E Molir ta in the East purchasing additional machinery for the NortouvJtlo Coal Ss Coke Co inyFrank Hoffo and Fred Collard spent Sunday in Hopkinsville with friends Iionnio fl6ardwa in Madison ville Sunday Oypninp visiting friends MlsH Elldn UoOlbadon spent Sun day hi Hopkineville with relatives l Mrs Frank E Mohr and daugh ter Helen returned to Columbus Ohio last week Miss Anna Marie Morgan was absent from school Thursday on account of sickness fMrs Joo Brinkley of Earlington spent Sunday with Mrs J R Harrison t3Munroe Laner representative of Coal 6s Coko Co of r Birmlnghmau Ala spent Thurs day hera looking overtth6n1 neB Tlie new bank la Broin every day t Harm an Slovene attended services Jn Madisonyille Butiday 8 veral boys from EarMrigton and Mortons Gap wore hors Sunday I afternoon k Every day Mie semiWeekly Bee is being placed in new homos in Hopkins county The people know a wlIlIl thing when they see it The Blue Moused To hear little Gertrude Hitz pull offthe slangiest slang us Tho Blue Mouse will bo a revelation to her friends who have heretofore known her as a demure thihfr it was for this sarao demureness and charm of manner that Clyde Fitch the au thor of this latest sensational farce selected Miss Hitz for the rather difficult part of the vaudeville dan cer Known as Tho Blue Mouse Paulette Divine the dancer for 2 000 a month undertakes to Impersonate the real Mrs Rollett whose husband secretary to Lewellyn president of the InterState Rail road wants tobe promoted to dlvl lion superintendent There Is also a very much alive Mrs Lowellyn and Papa Bollntt both of whom as well as the real Mrs Rollette are drawn Into tho general turmoil Also there is a lover of the Mouse who comes all the way from Frisco Just in time to get in the mixup The whole story of the farce has been so cleverly handled by Mr Fitch as to call forth this comment by Charles Darnton dramatic edi tor oftbe New York Evening World nIt was as simple and above board as Rectors with all Broadway staring through the win dowsThe cast required to present the piece is one of the largest if not the largest ever seen in a farce It is with an excellent east that Mr E J Carpenter will present the play here for the first time next Thursday Jam12 at tlie ltuiple Theatre Earlington for PQO night only iA wini au f Water Qylar PaeltaTe B tl jtaillce Larg- oslzllghee5 I caolAR 1 t tool EXPERT DEPARTMENT OF MINES WARES TRIP TO PPOtlDENCE Completing Study of Recent Explosion and Its Effects R Y Williams of Ohnnipnign III expert in charge of tJH tjS Geological Survey rescue cur stationed at EvHU8villetpn8ed through Ertrlinpton Sfiturduv night e cudttSunday Be has been laPtnvi dence to look over the ininetvliere the explosion occured recently at which time he was ther With his car His sole purpvo e he said was to complete the B Udy of tits explosion Hud its effects for the benefit of the Department of Mines which he represents Do Stop Coughing You can if you will use Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam and Pine Tar Compound A valuable remtdy for Coughs Whooping Cough Croup Bronchitis Asthma Sore Throat Chest and Lungs Price 25 arid 60 cents Sold by drug department of tbeSt Bernard M4nmg Company Incorporated IWell Answered Oh uo I dout Halm to bonny dif ferent or any brighter tbnn the bal ance of mankind I expect I shall mar ry some fool woman some of these days till you over marry thats tbe4kind of R woman you will marry airtight Rochester Union v i A Telltale Touch wv Is it true that sightless people can tell the color of things by touch some one asked a blind man Occasionally yes came the an swer If tOr Instance l i touched a redhot poker I could tell It was red Swifts Sarcasm My brethren said Dean Swift In a sermon there are three florts of pride of riches of birth and of tal ents I shall not now speak of the latter none of you being liable to that abominable vice Parents Make Your Sons Happy by Sending Them to This School By qualifying them for lifes du ties at the Wilbur Smith Business College Lexington Kv Ithas the cheapest and best course of Bookkeeping Shorthand Typewriting and Telegraphy and is endorsed by Governors Bankers Merchants and thousands ofgraduates For par tlculars address Wlllbur R Smith Loatugtoti1 v NEW L N FREIGHT RUNS From G B QSt Louis to Paducah Just Now Started Tho L N has started two new through freight runs O n1 Q connections from St Louis ciVer the L N lines to Wood lawn going via Metroplis to Pu ductih vhere they are delivered to the NO St L Plans for this important O Bl Q con nection httvo been working out for some time past and these are the first trains to be run The Couriers New Years Edition The New Years edition of the Evansville OQurier is a suporbf record of tote progress ofEvanl3 villo in the past years Some of the big achievements of thatcily in 1010 which are fully describ ed are The location of the Henderson dam whico will cost 2000000 and give employment to 500 men for live years which will give Evansville a lake like harbor and a nine foot stage of water the year round for a distance of 25 miles along the river The extension of the Big Four railroad to Evausville at a cost of more than 2000000 The progress on the municipal filtration plant which will cost a third of a million dollars aud give Evansvillea suoply of pure spiriting water by midsummer The new factories built and lo cated in 1010 including the lnrg est steamshove plant in the world Evansville now has the largest buggy and furniture fuc tories in the world The rapid progress of this growing metropolisof the lower Ohio valley is reflected in The Couriers New Yearns issue of 50 pages which is a credit to that great novspaler If you hays a friend Qr relative living at aiiistance send them the SemiWeekly Bee a year it will only cost and dollars and it will be a con stant reminder of you twice each week I FINANCIAL STATEMENT II 1 Receipts and Disbursements During tLc Year 1910 Following is the official statement of the finances of the Qt tffIof Eluhn ton Kvf for the your 1010i I v RECEIPTS 106303TaxesTexas collected tnmtu v 0222 Taxes collected 1009 65210 Taxes collected ioio I i 4716 81 License Tnx eolloctml iflil 17200 Finos collected 1010c 18860 t d 1 I r 4 1 1 Ei13304- 8This Juifuiiry 2rrcilO1 I f DISBURSEMENTS y J Salary Mayor 1010 OtSalary Treasurer 1010 Ji k40 cxfl Salary City Clerk mm a1 Q rvi JI V Salary My 101060 00 X+ Salary Councilmen 1Q10Fri2U00- Salary i City Marshal 1010 ry 72000Y Salary Deputy Marshal 1010 4l88 lax Assessor 1011 list 7 18UX Equalization Boarda 00 Premium ou Treasurers C bond 416Ot Street lights year 1010 1 P 82600 Street work bridges pave ments etc ti t387i Printing and Publishing r 001Q Jail and Police Court ox pause 11 y 4fiOO Flro Dopartmontsuppltes I 18 85 Charityr9i01 City Hall expense ijHKQOv Cash on hand Jany 1 1011al88 li I 619Ytl93 4 i 1 JIANK B ARNOLD Treasurer PdULP PJUOK 1 City Clerk y xt9 + + t + Ot l FOR AN EASY SHAVE j TRY ONE OF THE FOLLOWING gColgatcs Shaving Powder 25 cents Shaving Stick 2S cents Johnson s Shaving Cream I 25 cents centsrtti All of the above are made by manufacturers of National repute and have stood the most rigid- tests We also have anything in the Safety or old style razors SOLD ON AN ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE g L ST BERNARD DRUG STORE COt c INCORPORATED x I EARL1NGTON KENTUCKY 4 i X S + 4 + + r+ ov f t + + r 7 t1r1 ii n 1 4 l k I If r I iiJIt ew c S1i i t oft J t f J t li U S C r I I 0 n Offerth- is n f rof rc J II I 1 J to L Yif 111 floIt I j 4 M From date 2d un 1ff r Fnotice we will give q 250 eight piece Steel Kitchen Seti jIO tt v W sahithahdlesi oj iina 3000 Model Range and af 2000 Brass Bed withS r o springs and4 s Ji rfpsSon i fears Subs riptiod to the SemiWeekly fee and Uncle Remus A l Magazne lbtlrthehi1i surnof 2m This undoubtedly the mdt liberal offer ever made vi y yt by a newspaper aid should be taken advantae ofThere is absolutely no way for you tr fe5 p i t loloose 6h t1 pr0ppsitiori you get a ppUiarh1agdtitl JlrVe upfod4fe Setji Weekly paper and eight articles that are 0 used in every household t Jp450 value for o I 250in addition tore opportunity pigettingli 1t el Ran e rVl1r dsome Brass edIf youire not subscrib er send in your name or calfand see uyiouare a byxrenewing yourSubscription it will fie the fet laying investment you have+ madeina long timeW i For further particulars ThoneNo 47 EarHngMn or KiVf Madison l1 L a ti I arr rp I I c t I J f i Seuicddy Beey Y 1J rl IIf 0 EarllDqton r rlir h c 4 Kentucky