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Bee (Earlington, Ky.): March 27, 1914 Bee (Earlington, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Bee Publishing Co. Earlington, KY 1914 bee1914032701_sn87060004 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Bee (Earlington, Ky.): March 27, 1914 Bee (Earlington, Ky.) Bee Publishing Co. Earlington, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. K 1Y.i k. r a i. i - ; I FKM.Y -- and' FRIDAY AFTERNOON ' and FRIDAY STBY WE li YOU AFTERNOON DON'T ADVERTISE YOUR BUSINESS EARUNGTON, HOPKINS C0UNTYt KY. ADVERTISE IT FOR SALE FRIDAY MARCH 27, 1914 TWENTY-FIFT- H itEAR to. 25 29th : Go To Church Without Pail MarchCHtjRCH NEEDS YOU THE Vn.i Nl.l The Church : Asa. NO SPECIFIC CURE - FOR - TUBERCULOSIS National Association anb United States Public Health Service Dencunce I WONDEKS'OP ELECTRICITY EARLINOTON SUFFERS LOSS BEAT INTEREST to Q Fakes Will Start Crusade- of Suppression. - SCrTOOtiUDltORIUN SATURDAY 8 Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Morrison Return Nashville After Six Yean- - ' BEING EVIDENCED Newyork, March:!!). In spite of the statements of number of Individuals who have recently claimed that they have found a "cure" for CQDSHmpMoiij AsBoeia-tionfV- In (he District Court cf the United Stattt For,the Western District oC Kentucky, Owensboro, Division NIGHT, MAR. (KGLOGK SHARP ' 28 r The NwUQIial ONLY LECTURE' OF THE SEASON the Study and Prevention . author- lu tho matter of ) of Tuberculosis, the highest In". (Jo, pu ttittt disease lnAnierlca, In a lltrris Coal ity Vxjw Bankrupt ) Buikruptcy 'buljstlu published today declare at band thaV there Is uo information ADULTS 35c NOTICE OF SALE to Justify the boHef'liafr' oyvpecl-tflocur- e for tuberculosis CHttOREN 20c Notice is.hereby alven that tho .discovered Vhlcb deserves the coi: t i fldence of the medical profession uuiioreigneo win, piirnuani. iu . .. jder entered March 20, 1911, here the people. right reserved to set uaiflajsnioi FIFTEEN THOUSAND OFF MEN LAID Backbit; up these statements, the, in, on Friday. April JOth, A. D., if satiefcfory and ordef re-sOK ONE SO AD United States Public Heal.tb t 10 A. M at the llliuoin ... price is not obtained. , vice ueciares u,Bt t lr0 deuce, Terms The purchaser Orurpui- 0eutral d Pennsylvania's Drastic Action For Self inree essuiHiaiB in iijh ircniiom. 'Ken tricky, proceed to,sell at pub has-beeI intiicotoy AUIfllOaPn - joiefcp czf School : With deep regret is recorded n Grand Premium Contest Over here the' removal this weok to Forty Entries and Content is Nashville of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Yet In l Infancy"-- . ; Morrison,-wher- e they 'will make their home. Earlington has been INTEREST 'GROWING RAPIDLY home to tlfdm for the part six years, during which time they That the Grandi Premium Cjori- -' i have made many warm friends, test will be a success is a selfwio express themselves as genuin- evident'fact an&ritbsjtauts froik . .... ale at their loss. MrMorrisou was traiu dispatch- erJat,!NasJmUe. before hp. came .to Earliuetou. has continued this work, throughout his stay here;, and lias taken up the same hue again Nashville this week. ely-distressed oi..o Mr. Morrison has been active in if I and 4ood food, "there Is no driu,',lie outcry to the lushest and best known however rar or expensive It iliijjer, the following estate of may be that has auy curative action tuitnely : ul Ip this Jlsease and all remed lie. ad. M& Q . vernsea as sucn are to ub vmueu. Patent conirh medicines are harm- - M to Bankrupt by S Iv. Luton, or electricity In by deed ot record in Webster ful: radium, any or its rorniB nave no special, ijouuty Uourt UierK's oinco in value In tuborculosls or tne lung's,. t n .m1 Knni. t No serum has yot been found thatj 0 Two tracts of land contain will cure It, and there Is no planted! , " ngiirosaiB auuui. umiy or poultice which has an effect ontm? us o oi , iseven nun the il sease ltpMf." conveyed to bankrupt by The National Association la plan ucrep. iitn? in tho near future to i"9tttuterpj,0i, EvFiuley, by deed of re- au extonsivo campaign 'or the sup- -i corcf4in eaid office in D. B. 52,. presslon of tlie launerous, fake oo '"r cufes, which iirf annually d rl'he !evaV(5ht)ld iirterest Uulted vgbeatlnf thv public, 'of-trfo less than $to,WH),U00 to bankrupt by S. K. LnStates'out of 'jrtto i September 8, and besldos are depriving uumorous to , lnnjcent victims of the chance for10, oflice f minc-fta- rs, Thirty-on- o five, .4- . r,nedifiH of this characttT through' ftdverusd-- mine mules, irusoline'inotoV, .rool", will.b6 warned meuts and lu other wwysapiitiHfthe! forge, material, suppliesundlunu danger ofBUCh proceedure bur otrhuud. r.,fr.i,ir ilnfut -.) X-ra- jivc-eiRi- chasers shall be required' toggle bond or bonds with ooJ secFnty, wftli lieu retained on the prop-erty- , said bonds to have the ffce etrect of a judgment, afid. to and bear interest at the rate o'fsix per centum per annum from date of sale with the privilege to! the purchaser to pay cash in 'Hentxif bond, or to pay .bo.nds nqny time before maturity, by paying and interest tpjdate of Preservation Philadelphia, March offices of the '26. Con- - payment. Any. further lnforniatipnKe 1 eireu timly bp obtaiued-y- n firmaUbn came today from the Pennsylvania Rail the report that the com road' of patiy witliin the last three months has laid off about 15,"000 employes on the lines Est of Pittsbufg in carrying out its policy of gen 'CASCARETS" RELIEVE eral retrenchment. It U paid that SICK, SOUR STOHACH abont '10,000 of the ' remaining 12o,0Q0 employes have been plac Move Acids.aies.. ..anvCogged.-uea on shorter time, Two Waste ft om. S tomachLiver, . p his church and iu Masonry dur ing much of the time he lias spent here. M?. Morrison . is . known as amorfg the ,mo3t uevo ted and efficient Sunday School and church workers'.' ' They ae members of the utherr Metho dist church. Mrs. Morrison lias taught the PhilJthea class in that Sunday School for several years. " JL . au over jllojihius uouuiiy nav& been entered. ' The people' reaL iKe'that never bdBrri has' such a splendid arr.a!yotlt'premiuni8 b'eea offered .aud thoy are willing to work and work lfard for these premiums, it is not every day in the year that one can pick up a $500 Player Piano or a $300 for u few votes and. then get value received fpr the money speu Iu order to accommodate our friends we have placed ballot boxes iu the MoLeod store, Gard-in- er & Bowmer's Drug store, Metcalf's Millinery store, Helts- ley & Thomas' meat market, R. Hard ware Rtore aud E. Moore These the Princess Theatre. votes will be gathered Up each Wednesday and counted so that the standing may be published ia Friday's issue of this :.paup r LW1W he con-vvo- - j r.V-.n- 1 Anvjfe'6i)n desiring lufotmau n wltlijKard to consumption cures ot or tljjtroatmentof tuberculosis, may obtaiu literature and advlct from the olllno of The National Ajtaocia-tlofor the Study and Prevention of Tuborculosls, NCW 105 Earn 22nd ipeptffd which realizes the lurser S.uu 8nle,wUI betreojrom will fitjpiieiit butthe bRt tegu'atil MlbjeCt tO the Ulld shall-b- o lwH,.kcpDr.Thom.i'Keleeiielftlfpr.ueliillon Twq ultt : 5caniioctaiitoreii ot the Uourt, with me approval York0'ty street, t,)at bj(l or ' The six houses. ITrtllots 'will lirst, be ollered us due lot, and th rX'matnder of' the property-- lis another lot, and the property will then be oU'ered'as a wfi"ole, thosfe biJs )ciu . acv , ' . , ROTAL BAKIN6 ' , Powder appetite asi a Is the Housewife's ; Greatest Help. so tempting to the ered. According to the report which the company confirms, the orders Annual Stockholder's Meeting for retrenchment aud.ecouomy cover improvements and extenbeeu niven that tflo auuual meeting, of sions, worksipou which-hathe St.. Ber either stopped or reJuced. Stockholders of.... the . nard Mining Uo. will be hed.in the 'otlice of the company' at TWTnv RLOSSY HAIR FREE FROM DANDRUFF Earlington, Ky. at, eleven o'clock A.M. Wednesday the eighth day Beautify Your Hair! Make it Soft, ofApril, 1011, for tho transac Girls! Fluffy and Luxuriant Try tion of such business as may '' the Moist' Cloth regularly come before if. Dan M. Evans, Secretary., Try as you will, after att application of Danderine, you cau-u- ot Fiddlers Contest Big Successr-O- ver find a single trace .of daniU Time '" .7000 People Attend-Gr- eat rurir Or Jailing .htiir and your What is said to be the largest calp will not itch, but what will crowd ever assembled at the Op please you most, will be after a era house in this city greeted the few 'week's use,, when you see old time Fiddlers Contest Friday now hair, nfie and downy at first night. The entertainment was lyes rbut really new hair unique and interesting and fully irYnwiii!' tho scalo. onjoyed by the audience, The A little D uidcrino immediateQri.ttendeu Keeord Press. ly doubles' the 'beauty of your s ' "r tS UitlVunUersigiled., in this city have been box now. -- Given1 under my han"d atMatl- - within a day or two.. Get a awful sourness, belching That isonvllle, lientneky",. this '21th .Several weeks ago the company discontinued' the operation of of acid and foul gases; that pain daybf:March, A. D., 1914s several expensive through trains, in thev pit of the stomach, the s W. L. Gordon, Jr., HurripXoal Company ' and it was stated today that fur- heartburn, nervousness, nausea Trustee, " Bankrupt. ther curtailment in the passen- bloatinc after eating, dizziness ger train service is being consid- and sick headache, means a dia Bowtls-UrndTgesfion . apph-i- T general officH) laid olF 10-c- eut . , ' NOTICE "; v. -- " - ordered stomach, which cannot be regulated until you remove the caus e It isn't your stom ach's fault." Your stomach is a good as any.' Try Qaswlots they immediate ly cleanse the stomach, remove the sour, undigested aud ferment d aud foul gases; take the bile from the liver and excess Scarry oll' tlie constipated waste Lmatter-.anpoison from the bow els. Then your stomach trouble is ended. A Cascaret tonight wilkstraighten you out by mom- 10 cent; oox ing- -i irom any drijg store Vill. keep your stomach sweet; liver aud bowels regular for msuths. Don't forget the ohildreu their little insidrs jximd a goodrfeutle cleansing, too. ing-t'ood votes placed iu ballot boxes, on Thursday and Friday will not b counted until the next Wednesday and will appear in the issue of the fpjlowiug Friday. AH contestants have a fair and equal show to win the capital prize or any of the other prizes and the only Way toviu is to go after, votes aud ask your friends to'sa've them for you. Clip out the 50 vote coupon published in ly each iss'ub' of the Bee and ask your friends and save them for you, neighbprs-tevery little bit helps. Ilemem- -. ber you get 2000 votes for every, dollar paid to the Bee on Subscription and 1000 for every dpi lar paid on jo6 work and Go to work now aud keep it up until the contest ends' uml y0 WJ11 win a premium that ip worth woiking for. -. JiUStlCl. -- .itlUClHUVl. tiltuv nms n. M Semi-Week- t sub-Bcrinti- WHAT light, flaky,fniit short cake or . a delicate hot biscuit? short cake, biscuit and muffin, and improves the flavor and healthf ulness of all risen flour- -' foods. Royal makes the perfect It renders the biscuit, and' short cake-mbr- e hot-brea- d di- gestible and nutritious, at the same time making tjiem more attractive and appetizing. ' Royal Baking Powder is the preparation all the year round of perfect "The Girl of The Underworld" No better story thau that which coucerus lU'o in a big city has been told than that portrayed in The Girl of tho Underworld" r ihiiir. No difference how dud. by Jack Gorman, and which will , A Tcxa adbd, brittle and soragg, iu6t be presumed iu this city at the jIUOISteu a cutn whu juiiuvuui; Temple Theatre, We'd., April 1, TboTexaB Wonder cures- Kiuuey and bladder troubles, dissolves grav- Ivtnl car.eftillY draw it through by a company of well knowu acel, cures diabetes, weak and lame your hair, taking oue small tors aud actresses, with a scenic backs, rheumatism aud all irreu-larttie'of bjaflder troubles, removi- Jstra,ud at a time. The ell'ect is equipment that is adequate in ng: gravel, the kidneys and bladder linimediate uud ainazrug your every detail, Tho story of the In both men and women. Regulates biadder troubles in children. If not fliatrwill bo light.llufl'y and wayy play has to deal with a girl's ex sold by your, druggists will .be seut an appearance of abun periences in a big city and vividby mill on reaaipt or f 1.00. One treat- dance; an incomparable lustre, small bottlo Is two mouths ly shows the trials 'and temptament aud soldom falis to perfect a "aoftneas aud luxuriance, the tions to bo mot with when, seekcure. Bend for testimonials from Kentucky and other. Htates.r Dr. E. beauty and shimmer of true, hair ing to gain laurels for which she LouU. v Hall. 2(2ft Ollva. St.. health. is entirely unfitted. This niu6t Get a 25 cent bottle of Know!-ton'- s not be construed to mean that Danderine from any drug tho play is at any tune offensive, INSPECTOR'S WEEKLY REPORT store or toilet counter, mid prove because, .on- the cqntrajy, the Hopkinsville Tobacco Market that your hair is' atf prettv aud story is one of real heart interest it has boon soft as uuv-t- hat Lneglectod or injured by careless and is. told in a muuner aud style Week ending March 20, 1014. clean and dntitiotive from all Unsold Stock Jan. 1. 10J4, 08'Hhde. treatment that's all. others of its like, lieoetpta (or week k Hhdi fill Hnda HacelntH for year llHIids Bales for wek all-ove- , Wonder - B Tou want a f Vln f ylUh (Ime-plrof feaUiery wtliht one that Joctu't make your cu luiil-hav- o thinner and accuracy tft nut ft! lian J lu lianJ. However woliavefouii June watch that rueeta every one ot thi reiulreiucuta. An J ydu want U (okeep accurate time alto. TJirf oudllllea era rarely futinJ In one timepiece, for It I. the- - - you eccurae aud uuraole A to It lliln, It accuracy I won J rful for a watch o thin. We positively guarantee it to give e. aer-vic- juju that lor yeunelt. come nart appear-ancewe- IA aua ll Sles"foryear SU( 257 Hhds CASTORIA For Infants and Chiklrta of - ' LOOSfe FX.OOR foods. 3alw , fSajo ;, forwetk 5U70 Lb - Uflinjm LU Aiwa: ,. fl. H. ARKBNATMY liupedor. Claude Morton hi Um For Ovr 30 Yrs UNDERTAKER MksVV teMtur Center St. Miditonvllle, Ky l l. c. wiley: - Mail Orders Sent Free by Parcel Post Remember we give Tickets with Every Cash Purchase in Piano Contest. See Piano in our store The McLeod Store INCORPORATED Sole Agents . PiStorial Patterns Special . On The Square u 4- MaJisonville, Ky. - TOBACCO CANVASS 1 l-- 2c Extra Special Values in Dry Goods Department for the last Four Days of this month ' ; Friday, Saturday, Moiiday and Tuesday Don't Miss These Values Exit Special Showing ; L i nWhite Goods ave And Linweave in Extra Specials ?" Fine Wash Goods i At Saving Prices' Beautiful french Orepe in a very fine sheer soft drapy ..: Finish. Very special Tango Orepe, a heavy Box Loom Crepe, ideal for suite fl or dresses. Come in White, Copenhagen, Rose 36 in 4 Beautiful quality 40 inch Rice Cloth in Copenhagen and White Printed Crepe and Grenadine, in all the new patterns arge assortment to choose from and color combinations. Large assortment of colors in Merc rized Linen.' Ideal for dresses. Beautiful permanent finish... y Beautiful assortment Printed and Satin stripe1 Voile, all l.'tfa.' Special new colors. Lo't new Spring Patterns in ,Dress Gingham1, 12 Big quality in. Ramie Linen in all new colors. A regular 50c 36 Special value. 1 i-- Beautiful Oamisale Lace for the. Corset Covers, a good 50c value at ..... 25c , We are showing- - a complete assortment of the celebrated plain and fancy checks, m plain and mercerized linisli, 27 to 40 in. wide, loc to. 35c I Cft (t aUU New fU rider wear Ladies Gauze Vests, stay.up shoulder straps 3 Extra value 40 inch white Voile, a beautiful quality, worth 20c, now . , -- Beautiful French Orepe, very soft and sheer, 75c quality, at , !......: regular White Rice Cloth, .40 inches wide. and Waists Ideal for dresses Satin Stripe Voile in pretty sheer quality, "special . . . . : t 190 CO 03 C 35c 19c 35c 25c 25c 19c 9c 39c .29 for . Ladies low neckno sleeve, knee length Union Suits Ask to see tire- new closed Union suit, tine lisle thread beautiful finish, a new creation - 25 25 tft .,3U White 1 Silk Specials Ladies' and ChiJdnerrs Hosiery One lot of Infants new Silk Lisle Hose, in Black and size 4 to 6$ a' regular 25c value, Printed Crepe de Chine in assorted patterns at Plain Crepe de Ohine in assorted colors, 30 inches wide, ". ideal. for dancing dresses 3aco Silk in big? line of colors, 2oc quality at:. .... : v. 50c 47c 15c f Linen Specials w&le Beautiful quality sheer Handkerchief linen,. ' , '. regular 30c volues at Good heavy Blouse Linen in white. Ideal for boys'sults '. . Waists etc. 36 inch wide v Extra tine Silk Finish Linen, very close; sheer quality i . S. . special 35 inch wide 90 inch round thread Linen Sheeting, vejry; Superior value, special qualito, very fine sheer Handkerchie Linen J) I 36 inch wide at Fine Waist Linen in a .beautiful Silk finish 36 inches wide at 36-inch C Q One lot of Misses Silk Hose second, df toOc quality, speciol for these 4 days, sires 61 to 9i Indies blacjc llose, all sizes fecial 2 pair for , QP CmQ New Taffeta Silk, the season, $1.00 at rane of the Beautiful Silk Poplin, 36 inches wide in Black and colors very special for four days. Plain and Printed Silk Crinkle Crepe, the ideal dress fabric, all wanted colors. 40 inches $1.00 and. JUU AAA 0 JJ9 ftf ....,' .$1-2- 5 ff 25 39 98 ffs fft UU EZf 25 .25 I 111 Ladies line black and white Mercerized Pose,' all sizes ." Ladies' Fibre Jsilk Hose in black, tan and wnite, the best silk hose on the market for ihg money iNew 5U line of silk hose just received, in black and colors, special values at n 50 C i Cft I ivv . Advertising Rates PAUL M. MOORE. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER MS0.QJAJE EDITOR AND BUSINESS MANAtER J. E. PAWOB-T- contract Display Advertisements, 15c per luch Biwrle issue Locals and Iuaide Page's, 10c per Hue Readers Resolutions and Cards of Bo per Hue Thanks 6c parrllne Obituary Poetry Slight reductions on time f Memberot Kentucky Press Assactutwn Also locals that run several months without cli&ng display ad'rertlae-mGUt- s. True to Nature. OUR FRECKLES The tots In a primary class In were imitating: anything they choose, yhen it was Harel's turn, she stepped into, the center of th Nctd Attention in February and March or Face Will Stay Covtrtd room and irriggled her body from slds to side. No one could guest what she was impersonating:, so she was asked, Now is the time to take spec to explain. "Why," she said. ial care of the complexion if you talL" a little doc walns its wish to look well the rest of the sense-training- JONESThe Buggy That Wears Buggy Repairing and Repainting a Specialty - Buy it Because Its a Better Buggy THE JONES BUGGY COMPANY Madisonyillc, Kentucky apt SecBHt District Pmhlishers League Office Entered at the Earliujiton Post Office as Second Class. Matter. Miss Lucy Brunch in 71-- Mdisntille, Rings Kentucky, FaactH, Manager, all Dealers. The Mothiira' Farorite A cough medicine for children should be harmless. It should be pleasant to take. It should be effectual. Chamcerlaln's Cough Rem-ed- v is the mothers is all of this-anfavorite everywhere. For sale by d Phent No. 2 Itlepkene 47 Friday, March 27, 1914 STANDING OF Mrs. Hauler Mrs. Frank Coil CONTESTANTS Mrs. O. F. Wimberly Miss Mayme Wooten Miss Frnucis Elgin The Following Names Have Been Miss Lena McGarv Miss Elizabeth Nisbet.... Received and are NomMiss Katesie Sisk, 11. It. 5 inated For Mrs. E. H. Dockrey, EARLINGTON THE GRAND PREMIUM CONTEST Miss Mary Blair J00 Miss Dot Beau Mrs. S.im Powers 100 Miss Susan M. Orutchfleld Mrs. Will Laffoou 100 Miss Elizabeth Rash Oh as. Young Mrs. J 00 Miss Lizzie Hull' .. ,. Mrs. Will Robinson.. 100 Helen Golden II oilman.. Air?. Rene Davis 100 Mrs. K'ibert Oardwell.. .. ST. CHARLES 100 Mrs. Harold Howard. . Miss Nell Robinson 100 Mrs. W. S, Galaspie MORTONS GAP 100 Miss Ethel Nichols 100 Miss Barbara Thomas.. . Mrs. Gardiner Shanks.... 100 Mrs. A. D. Siek.. NORTONY1LLE 100 Miss Zena S'utnks. Mrs. Pay ue 100 100 lOp 100 100, Mandy Wiat feu y hsa rotn' de postofflc so rej'lar? Are yo' cor respondin" wlf some other femalef been a TUstus "Nope; but since readin' in de papers 'bout dese 'coi science funds ah kind of thought ah might possibly git a lettah from da! mlnlstah what mtrried us." Lit. Svat Indirect. a. vear. The February aud March winds have a strou: tendency to bring out freckles that may stay . all Summer Now time to use nthine double is the 8treugth. This preecriptMMto'for the removal of freckles wag written by a prominent physician and ,is usually 60 successful that it is sold by druggists under guaran. tee to refund the money if it fails. Get an uu.ee of othiue double strength, and even a few applications should show a won derful improvement, some of the a nailer freckles even vanishing unless-removed- entirely. ' Sooal Living. Union, organixation, complex 100 100 100 1C0 For Your Wind ow What do You Think? A clpan, fresh nifty, for ouly new-drapery errlce are the essential processes of a growing society; !n them, the erer of pow along fcscrenslnB disci"1 Joy Id 'Ion line ! later ano of e. "TIZ" SOOTHES SOEE. TIRED, SWEATY FEET 100 100 100 50c" for a Viuuow Figured Scrim Ah! what relief. No more tired feet; no more burning feet, swollen, bad smelling, sweaty feet. No more pain in corns callouses or bunions. No matter what ails your feet or what nndt r the suu you have tried without ge.. "WILLIAMS" Get the Parcel Save One-Thir- PostHabit , " . 100 100 100 100 100 d on Your Dry Oleaiung . 10c, the yard Fancy Scrim 12 l-- ' . . 62-- 3 TAILOR MADE SUITS ANp UP $15.00 2c the yard Plain Scrim, white and eorue 15c Williams tailoring company Phone AlApiSONVILLE, KY, Court Street 100 100 5oNE ef BOURBON POULTRY CURE down a clilck's throat cures few drops the S alien. A watrr curedla and uuklne reventti chuleru, diarrhoea and other clUck dUcaen, One 60c bottle makes 12 Kallonu of inedlciue At all JrUKglsis. Bamtileand IxKiklet oiiT'Dlh- eavio( Vowls" sent FUK15. Bourbgn Remedy Co. luUgtoa, 1 WHITE PLAINS Miss Jessie Dillingham... Miss Clara Dillingham . Miss Sana Bailey 100 100 100 100 the yard liue of Berlin CurA full tains ready to hang Ltlce Curtains at special prices LET US SHOW YOU tting relief, just use 'Tiz' TIZ' draws out all the poiso nous Please enter the name of exudat ions which pull" up the feat; "TIZ" NEBO Miss Mnja Udaley HANSON Miss Aildielee Jones OMAN, & UTLEY GO, is magical: "TIZ" is grand; MTIZ" will cure your foot trou-'ble- a so Add ress. Ill you'll never limp or draw Your shoes the Grand Premium Contest with Nominated by up ) our face in pain. 100 I Complimentary votes. I 1.. Chamberlain's Tablets ForlConstipation For constipation, Chamberlain's Tablets are excellent. Jiasv"to take, mild and gentle in elfect. Give them a trial. For sale byall Dealers, Incorporated Furuiture & Undprtaking Madisonville, Ky. won't 6eom tight onyqur feet will never, never liuftor got sore, ' swollen or tired, . Ge.t a 25 cent box at any drug or department store, and get iu- istftut lelief. , Subscribe - For - The - Bee Nortonvdle Notes I I Grand mis Old Time! i III 111 k IT IS NOT I I mj 11 Frank Coil, of Madisonville, was KvntiKvllle MlrSOB novorai uays wsek. A "FAIR CRY" UNTIL IT IS NEAR BY, Kittle and Jennie Earle, of Madisonville, spent Wednesday In Evaiisvlllo. Mrs. T. W. Gardiner, of Madison, villn. who has beflh unending the past month with friends in Florida, Will LUlUlll IIUII1U IN bbm 4 Bfl BBj VB BBmb BBBB EASTER, IN FACT tal BS BS as Bb BB Bfl BB BBBfl pB BBt BBBBv Ba BBv A 9 Mrs. H, F. .Head has boeu quite BloK for tho paBt week wltli a severe attack of LaGrlppe. Mibs Ruth McNeil, of thu city, made a trln to Sobree Thursday to take Depositions In a trial for the stuffs, weaves and' patterns, Foreign firm of Fox and Powell. and home Modeled. Bud Martin, ol the Cumberland Gorgcousncss.rUns rampant in our shirt Telephone Co,, of Madisonville, made a business trip to Morgaufleld and scarf styles, Easter and springtime and Henderson Thursday Hat, Cap and Shoe fashions, conservaMrs. J. E. Fawcett, of Madison tive and modish. ville, IB on the sick list this week Marvin Prather was In Norton vllio Friday. Men's Easter Suits $io and up to Miss Lucy Fawcott went to Hen up. demon Thursday Balmacan Coats $15 $35. WIlliB Waddill and Montgomery Holeman, of Madisonville, were in I , .MAIL ORDERS town Sunday. Hoyt Coll, of Madisonville, was In the city Thursday enroute to Memphis, Tenn Roy Vaunoy, of Madisonville, was in the city on busmoss Frinay. Neal Holllnger, of Madisonville, Miss Mary Elon Burko will spend waB In town Friday. Sunday in Nashville wjth ffieridB, John Martin, of Madisonville, went The man who whispen down a Misses Mollle and Ellen Whaleu to EvanBvllle Thursday. well" were in Madisonville Thursday shop Mack Holfinan, of Louisville, was Aboat the things' ho has to sell pin?. 'in Madisonville Thursday on busl Will never reap a crop of dollari Mr miri Mrs. A. Braun. of tills ncrs: Like he who climbs a tree and nltv. who were called to Belleville Walter Ruby, of Louisvillo, was "holleis." 111!. Saturday to attend the funeral in Madisonville. Thursday. .. r. i of Mr. Brauti's father, returned home Marvin l'ratner. 01 muihonviue, Thursday. was In the city- Friday enroute to A Protracted 'meeting will begin Greenville. was at the Missionary Baptist Church inBen Aahby, of MndUonvllle. town on business Friua'. nextSuuday conducted by tho rasTown News ter, assisted by the Rev. (Joiinaway, i SENT-PROMPTLY; m 1 The Evatisvillc Style Show just clos- eel. is a preliminary to the Easter Dress I'arade. Right here vc wish to remark our men and 'young men and boys styles yrjll lead' the Parade. Classy DUBJ. II T"i- -: X 11 Copy Right May 189'J, I by Lewis Peters and Edwin II M. Hull. I I TEMPLE THEATRE One Nis;ht Only - of the of Providence. J-- . 2 H. Fish was in Nashvll'e ,Mra. o Madison Wednesday shopping. Chits. Harnett went H. H, Vaughn was In Madisoi vllle Friday on business. ville Thursday.. Mrs. N. K. McKinnon was In MadMrs. B. E. Nlxou was In lie Fridayshoppinu'. , isonville Friday shopping. t Cliff Lone will spend Sunday In Jno. W. lojpdon Seriouily Hopklrsvllle. Jno W. London, Supt of the L. Miss Clara Gamblln is spending a & K. is seriously 111 at his home in few weeks with her sister Mrs. ell EvansvIIXe wlh urlmic poisoning Cowels. and his death Is- expected at any Eunice. Draper was inMadison-vlll- e time.' Relatives have been notified Wednesday shopping. nud are now with liltn. SALE My home ou Mc Stubborn, Annoying Coughs Cured FOR Euen Ave. Eary term. For inMv husbaud had a cough for fif 8 years. teen years and my sou for completformation apply at residence. King's New Discovery t.f Dr. cured them, for which lam most Jas. D. Campbell. ely thankful," writes Mrs. David Moor, Paul King was hi Madisonvillo of Saginaw Ala. What Dr. King's Saturday. New Discovery did for these men, It . will do fort yon. t Dr. King's New went'tn Robert Featlierston .1 f.i oMnrit nninf. (Discovery snuuiu Thursday. 'Stops hicklng coughs, relieves-- la Miss Bartie Janulugs went to Mad- gripne and an tnroai rnents. Money back if It falls All isonville Friday afternoon. druggists. Price 50c and $1.00. John Lour was in M&disonvlIlQ H. E. Bucklin fltt Co . Philadelphia or St. Louia. Friday on business 111 - Fliclay April ..u.ininmnnf ilia ciiicivttiuiv.w wtiW VV. for those taking part. 0. of CATAL'P'HA CAMP.' No. w tor. 1 Men of Earlington with beautiful prizes W., assisted by the leading business hp uivpn lHlflfir 'thr. ' nnsnirs 3rd - ' . . i Neuralgia sufferers find instant relief in Specialties will be Introduced Between Each Fidcilin Act. ' It pene Sloan's. Liniment. painful part trates to the soothes and quiets the nerves. No rubbing merely lay it on. B'ELOW IS A' LIST OF THE CONTESTS The best boy fiddler. Best looking fiddler. . Best fiddler playing his own selec- - I'lie best lady fiddler. ' tion. . The best family of fiddlers. Best two playiuir together on any Fiddler playing and dancing, to his instrument. own music. Best tbree playing together on auy Laziest fiddler. instrument. fiddler of the Fiddler playing In most different The beat evening to take the grand prize.. positions. Best "Sus,ar in Goard" or "Turkey Longest haired fiddler. lu straw." Oldest fiddler. Best "Sugar in the Coffee" player Worst Fiddler. Best "Listen to the- Mocking Bird." Best fiddler playing ou fiddle of .his Best "Arkansas Traveler," or ' Wild own make. , Horse. 5' The best harp player. Best "Fishers Hornpipe" Player. v Besi banjo player.' Best "Roy O'Moore" player. Best mandolin player. Best "Money Musk player. Best guitar player. Best Money Musk" player. v ' all-rouu- d Mal-souvll- le 1 l--o SLOANS LINIMENT Kills Pain For Nura1tU t -- Best vocal quartette, trio and duet. Best, lady singer. ' Best, girl singer,' Best guitar and baiijo together. . , i i Tbis Coajjon is good for with attf UutourL nenrli or rlirumatiim or pain or kind." Uru Htnry JJnkop. HtUna, ri .,LI nn Vw unUa wllhAIlt vAur IJnl If In all who after , - 50 VOTES FOR In the Grand I'rejnium Contest if voted on or before Anrii 15 Pain AU Con mu l .,.fr..l will, mill montlu without Iralglc litiulache for your liniment for I used two or uireo nwtius ana i nnTcn i.ui. " fered with my lieiul since." urm Best Mandolin olu.b, Best danciug. Best buck aud' wing dancer.. , The best jig dancer. . The best clog dancer. Best old style doubIesburHe dancer. song. e The best The toest occordeou player. . old-tim- Swingtr, Louwillet K Trutmenti for Cold-anIcauglit I Croup tr I her a aerere cold, anil I of Sloan- Llniinent on snpr to bed, and ihe cot up in th morning wiiii no Kignt 01 a coiu. n e boy next door had croup and I jare .LAmnll. Ili.l lnlm.nl ShniraVR him Uirte drop on going to bed, and lie got in ... . nnuiub UDwiinoui me croup L : .mo ff i it it v. Al iU Dwltti. Ftlca I3c. SOoftaJ II.OS loan't Boole on Honet taut frc. fe The best whistler. dancer of the, 'The best evening, to tak'e the graud prizfr for dancing. all-rou- Temple Theatre Wednesday, April FRANK, HALL, Presents The Greatest Moral Play the Stage Has Ever Known , I BR. miS. SLWN, AdJrex !4t, Bslwi, Hiss. examined for MemTwo Free Tickets will be given eaoh member getting new application and having been 1014. bership In the W. O. W. between now and evening of April 8. .i .... . .. .11 n of niuv niri Hm iinifis hv par. not bv note. Classioal i.. i.i.i.i NOT1UM ruose taKiug pari in nio rwunus Ctilldreu under ID and ladles may play by note II musicians and violinists need not apply in Fiddling Acts. desired. """ 1 Prizes NOTICE Annual Stockholders Meeting Will be on Display ,in M. B. Whitsell's Store Window u. "A Girl of the Underworld" A tense, 'gripping and vivid story oj . of life in New Yorks great unaerwona ' ,J Every man, woman and child should see this play - No admission fee or charge whatever will be made those taking part In contest. All those wishing to take mo,. m mo uuihobi, part can register their names at Tlie xiee omce on or puioro nio same place.J Notice 16 hereby given that tho the aunual meetiuK of tlie StoeUhold en ors of thrt Victoria Coal Comgeneral pany will be held in the oflice of the Company .at .hurling. toti, Kentwky- - at H:!i0 o'clocK, A. M.. Wetlnesday the ICtli day of April, 1014, tor the transaction of such bii8ineB8 us may resiiiliirly come before it. Eirlington, Kv , Mireh 11, 1914. . .. j wl ' Can. itnitr liiittulia nil Ul'llt. AU(t .1.... V.. u num "b.-, Dan M. Evans, Secretary. The largest crowd or om-- t me nauiers Zlu T,dli 2 '; to lauuii. Uiu styie uouuio buuiuo uauudd am nu iim.m younger days. Tills eutertalnineut is something out. o the ordinary brim? back inanv pleasant memories of An v.. for ladlea and L'entlemel'. ... nvu sometuing inaipieaaoB mo ui,.i.. ,.,ii a vnu u....,. .... onf ..i' This Will be the Warmest Entertainment that ever truck Town. , Don't Miss It! -- FUN - In Great Bunches - FUN Decisions Competent Judges Will Render I h- ...... -- ,,,;,, iiii c neuralgia, uacaacua, It It yilsi. Vuur mDr back """v.. tvt. tin Mr la lata nr acta la anr pari ,(tta luiauira lima. JiruggitU ill jl JL'rlc JL J W 2S,3S:50and I J 75 Cents 60d At Alt " nniifihnii DEUmY 342 tMi Mats St., m K r AMP ANY. Lln jUhi. Ky. L --.25, 35, 5i) Explosion Takes Fiace 815 poors Open at 7:30 Seats on Sale at Longs Bakery. r?r Admission: -- ' ' ' ''-- . - plendid line of White Goods now. on Display, at we wish lu cuiiiuunce tu um jjuLiuui anu inenub mat we nave on nana tne largest ana most tasty Jine oi wnite g9oas ever snown in the city. underwear-chec- Mm' ' ' . Spt. ' lernard k Sftbre This line consists ot hne pure All kinds of embroid mercerized batiste; linen damask, table Qloth, napkins, muslm sheets and.pillow cares, white quilts,plain. nainsook, muslin nd beautiful crepe, and ratine ilouncings, swiss and nainsook alloyers. nainsook,-flaxo- n. . - . - Daintydlinen laces andunsertions. cctjciui ln&ucuoii. We also have a large line of towels, huck and crashes'. This beautiful miHc,sv"y?''wv uv acn wucaicv,w;u,4i vpjuivne yum . , win guuus yrere pui cnaseu nr'arge quantities in vae iiasTeriVMarKets anu, we can an d will " ' snake reasonable prices on them, . . ' '' x ' ,. k'' 1 ' . . " -. . y.-- ; i St. oernarc Mimnp' Company- 1 : i-- V 1 -f INCORPORATED EARLINGTON STORE fll' GRAND M orris Kokl man . Madisonville: K We have closed Fifteen Year's of continuous and successful merchandising in, this county and ., will celebrate the occasion by giving everyone an opportunity of attending pur ' , 15TH ANNUAL ANNIVERSARY SALE ' , During which sale and.hope tim,e to'se give you the best bargains you ever had ottered you, as we have made v.ery big preparations' tor, this all of our friends and to serve them, with such values as are only giyen by 'us f ach of our annual sales. .',.r.. Sale .Opens. Sat, March 28, Closes Sat, April 4 GRAND To Persons of Hopkins-County PREMIUM Hop-kin- Begins Today and Closes the IS of July. Six Valuable Premiums Given Away ! CONTEST Premiums on'DispJay s The merchants uf Madisonville have decided to ,n'ive the people ot rinij, a White county a $300 player piano, a $300 piano, a diamond These premi SewniL' Machine and one gold watch, either ladies or gent's. ums will be given to the live different parties holding the highest number of votes at the end of the contest, the pary- holding the highest number gets the player piano, the party holding second highest fnunjber gets the piano, the partv holding the third highest gets th'ijiamond ring, the party holding fourth highest gets the White s'ewing machine and tjie parties holding the fifth highest gets the gold watch. The handsome premiums given w.ay in this contest are on djsplay at the following places and you are ufged .to call and examine them The player piano at the McLeod Stole, the biano at the Princess Moving Picture Show, the diamond ring and the gold - watdi at Aletcalf's Millinery Sto'reaud the White Sewing Machine at R; b". Moore's Haalware Store. This contest will be conducted in'a fair and impartial manner and all Votes will be carefully counted each v?eek, at the end of the contest a committee will be elected by the contestants to make-th- e Rules of U19 Contest final counUnd'award All merchants issuing 'votes will be required to give a rethe premiums. l Rule Nq. Any. person ot goppanding injlopkins counly- - may ceipt for every book of votes given him and a careful and accurate account ' '' ' k How to x Get Voe$ enter, , . ,. kept of all books issued. Ballot boxes for depositing votes will be' placed" Rule2. Votes.will not be transferable after havipg been voted. 1U0 Votes will be given for each dollar's worth 'ot, merchandise purin The McLeod Store, Gardiner & Bowmer's Drug Store, Jt E. Moore's .Mcleod sj-(jpRule 3. -- No" member or employee, Of iuiy,firm In Gontot may enter chase from the following firms; Hardware Store and the Princess '1 heatre ' Fill out the nominating cou& BOVVMHU. R. eZmOORE, !RIN(3KSS THEATRE, HELTS.LEY & contest. pon published in this issue Snd mail or 'bring it tp the Contest Manager at THOMAS, .WETOAhPS MILLLNERUY. WILLIAMS TAILORING CO. , Rule 4. All votes nnist bear themarrje of firm issuing them. Millinery store and .you will be ente red in the contest with lOQ LIVERY STABLE, BEN KEIZER'S BARBER SHOP, CARDWELL'S ' Rule 5. The standing of contestan&iyill be published, each Fridayl Metcalf's WHIIESWAN LAUNUHY, WILL HOFEMAN, AGENT. THE tule 6, The contest manager reserves. tle jight to reject any con- and your chance to win one of them is as good as any one's, for this conBEE will give 1000 votes for each dollar paid on job work test will play no favorites and. each contestant will b given a squate ileal, testant for cause, advertising and 2()0o votes en each dollar paid on subscription, ami st Wheh you trade with the above firms be sure and call for your votes, put them in the ballot box for your favorite contestant and help her with the $500.00 player piano. Remember there never was before offered in Madisonville such a list of valuable premiums, and if you go in this con-teat the beginning and work for one of these premiums and get your friends to work foi you, you can win. .Don't hesitate t ask your' friends to save their votes for you and clip the coupons from each paper ,a,nd you will be astonished at the. rapidjty your yojes will accumulate. ' . tub gardiner EAKL-1NOTO- mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 1111 1 mmmmmmmmm