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The bee. (Earlington, Ky.) 1889-19??, December 30, 1910, Image 3

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Baking
Powder
Abnolutciy
Purm
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only baking
powder made
Royalt
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t J ADTALK
What would you think of a
salesman who reported for duty
ono day lay off for two worked
y a half day went off for a week
< and to on without any regular
ity Surely you would not ex
pect good service from such a
cilia And yet Borne merchants
kold advertising which is sim
ply a salesman up to great
remits when it is allowed to
work very irregnlary
The fact that advertising costs
money is proof of its value
Things without cost are usually
worth only their price
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News of the Town
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iv Tip Top Flour fllls tli hill
Mr and Mrs Jeewlo Wlilierepoon
wh6 have been vlsltlllgrfOlntiIt In
th ouvll1ohnvo returned home
rJE Lynn of this city was In
a
iradlaonvllio Wednesday oil btisl
ts
nets
r > Try Tip Top Flour It Is tho
best
w Ceo Armstrong of this oly was
fin M Ulu > ivlllo VudiitiHduv on bun
TuUHfi
TuUHfiiIley
iIley Latie was in Maillsonvlllo
f Wednesday I
WednesdayM
5 M last s Irene itpd BAlue On le ol
iihiBolty who have been visiting th >
IJrWBiily ot Gee Klnir of Madlsonville
yfijtiW returned homo
jpSiiy Tip Top Flour to your taro
jrv man
V Jno T Barnett of this city made
i it jiiislnoBS trip I to Mudleouvlllti
Wftlnosdiiy
IV F flule waa in MacUsonville
Wednesday
Miss Ehftnor t > tJe Gordon and lit
tLe hitter Minerva who has boon vU
JtlliK relatives In this city have re
4urjiril to Madlfionvllle
r tHKBBB iid the Book Thats a
good combination Ask TIIH BBB
hnii about It
Oullla Bourland of this city was
to MiullBoiivillo WodnoHilay visit lni
frlenilfS f
t George Robinson who has been
i vIsIrItig 111 MIUJl8fVUlO Ills re
twrtied homo
K Mivand Mrs W 8 McGary were
in WadieonyJlfe Wednesday voting
>
jTMwrOTj Dudley and daughter
Margaret and son Hal are spend
jHg the week with friends in Prom
l roke
aspGco OAbbltt of Hopkins
Ills will hold seivlo H at the Li
JjrarX nextSundny 780 oclock pm
EftVbody tordhilly Invited to at
tend
tendFile Snndrty school at tho M D
Church had hn averago aitendimce
lor H > 0past throw months of 110 for
ttr ehSunchttj and tine total collec
iur thus thrlomqjiths was 5393
to
Dont fall to call for Tip Top flour
Miss Ida Martin who has been
visiting tn Madisonvllle has return
odhomc
Roy Peyton of Howell id who
has been spending Christmas with
homo folks lias returned to work
Mrs Harriet Taylor of Nashville
In the attest of her parents Mr and
Mrs Jno Sharp of this oily
Mr and Mrs C H McGary ware
fn tho county seat Tuesday visiting
friends and were accompanied
home by Mrs Ben Fields of Dotrolt
ditch who will Visit her relatives
In this city
B Litulle of Clay who has been
visiting friends hero has returned
homo
homoThe
The many fi lends of Mrs Sue
Turner will rogrot to learn that she
Is Buffering froth a severe attaet of
tho La rlppe
If you have not used Tip Top
Flout you have not used the best
W St Bramwoll of Nashville
was here Wednesday on business
Geo Gentry of this place was In
Madisonville Wednesday on busi
ness Gilbert Lou of this city had
business in MadlBonville Weclnws
dayArtists
Artists Drawing and Water Coir
Paper for sate at this office Large
size sheets 6 cents
Miss Anna Moore and Edwin EMC
Gary wbu have boon visiting in
Henderson for the last few days
have returned home
Miss Olllo Mario Anglea who has
bet < n attending colloto at Franklin
Ky has returned to her home with
her parent Mrs Frank Bloodworth
and wlllfluter school here
Miss Martha McGary left Wednes
day morning for Hopkinsville
where she will spend oa few days
with friends
AN1HD01oan cotton axe
Bring to THE BUB office We need
them No strings or smalls pieces
wanted
Mrs W L Gordop and daughters
of Madisonvillo spent Tuesday In
town
townMiss
Miss Elizabeth NI bet of Madi
nunvillo ttpont Tuesday and Wed
iiogJuy hero with friends
Littlo Miss Margaret Rogers re
turmtl home Thuraday morning
from a two week visit to Howell
WANTKD Good salesman to work
on oumiuibHluu bbues men or
womun Apply ti
tR UW EKLY BBB
If
Mss Muliel Browning Is visiting
frlHiuts at Huwulli Ind
Mrs W S Bramwull and daugh
ter of NiiNlivllle spout the holidays
with Mrs Stwlla Kump
Mrs Will Morrlgoil Is the guent f
Inr pt routs at Hopklliavillo
Every day the Semi Weekly Bt r
in bning placed iu new homes In
Hoj kitis count < The peoplo know
i good thing when they see It
Mr and Mrs John B Atkinson
prnt Tuuittiayiii Nashville
Misty Margaret Kemp left Thurs
day lor P nii > rokH to visit friend
Mr and Mio Rex McEuen spent
Xmas with bts paronw at Si
OtmrlesBarnntt
Barnntt b Stone are still dome
business tit I he same old staid rti
a l1rl1e µ s of a rnof Phone us youi
coal oriiern WH ire carrying on out
uusiuebB the tfianif as ever We hut
< Ito ad kjiulH uf tied meal fl mr etc
Piiiiuu 189 HAUNBIT d STONE
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Nervous
I ° was very nervous
writes Mrs Mollie MIrse
Mirserof
palpitation of the heart
and was irregular
On the advice of Mrs
Hattie Cain I took 2 bot
ties of Cardul and it did
me more good than any
medicine I ever took
I am 44 years old and
the chance has not left
Chanrc i n
me but am lots better
since taking Cardui
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Take
sasss s
CARDUI
The Womans Tonic
Cardui is advertised and
sold by Its loving frlerfds
The lady who advised AIM
Mrs Mirse to talce Cardui i
had herself been cured of
serious female trouble by
Cardul sd she knew what
whqtCardui
Cardui would do
pIf
Cain and Mrs Mirse it14
e surely will cure you loot
Wont you try it
Please do
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Humor and
Philosophy
f2y DVVCAN H SHITHj
PERT PARAGRAPHS
J ISFonTUNES may be tolerated
rrbcn we are comfortable and
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they are well bred enough to not Corco
themselves upon our notice
Probably the reason why there are
so many cures for baldness In the I
world Is because there are so many
bald heads
S
Wbcd n widow singles a man oat
from the throng It Is dimes to dew
berries that be does not remain single
a great while
When mens and womens clubs
reach a somewhat higher degree of de
velopment homes will no longer be
necessary
It Is hard to
be tactful and act
Just as you feel
like acting at the
same time
When wo are
busy the only
person that we
like to hear talk
Is a deaf mute
A giN who cant talk baseball doesnt
caro much about a young man who
doesSometimes
Sometimes a man is popular because
ho has so many enemies
Considering Its universal application
it is remarkably singular that common
sense isnt more fashionable
It is hard to make an old timer un
derstand that things are as they ought
to be and that we urept speeding to
the bowwows
Pathetic
Once morn the crops that grow out west
The boards Of trade arc killing
And over their demise so and
A lot of tears are spilling
It seems the wheat han got tho rust I
The corns stung by the weather
And It Is very truly quite
Distressing altogether
Ah well they are accustomed to
This awful early slaughter
Of being murdered In their youth
By wind and Hall and water
The speculators have a way
Of furnishing disaster
And piling on calamities
That follow fast and faster
This scare fis furnished every year
Till some begin to doubt It
For later on they find the crop
Dont know a thing about It t
Suspicious
You seem to have a lot of money
Do 1
YlH
limits nil right
MBIII Id like to know one thIngi
Spell away
Whered you get It
Say do you lake me for a grafter
Startling News
How did you gel through the cen
sus ordeal Miss Buckuumber
ukeljjyDid
Did you tell the man bow old yon
were
certainly did
MDid he fall dead with surprise or
yeas he polite about IU
He Guessed It
Mr Speaker said the Insurgent
pougrpssuiun
pougrpssuiunFur
Fur what purpose do you arise
allied the HpeuiU
If I may Judge the future by the
past for the purpose of sitting down
again
Naturally
What kind of men do yon like the
best
bestVWhat
What kind r
Yes
Ob Just auy kind that the other
girls happen to he crazy nooutl
Her Reason
Ho doesut like the girls
Billy Yes
1 wonder why
He says they are ao disgustingly
fond of the other fellows
Elevated
Are prices as high as ever
u Higher
ITlgberiIllgber
Higher
Yes we have to go to the expense
of owning an aeroplane in order to I
reach them now I
nowFelt
Felt For Bill
Bills marrledY
uIR that 801
He Is
Lets send him n letter of sympa I
Ihy tt
Strong Enough
You say we ought to use some dls
nfectnnt after the measles
YesWouldut
Wouldnt my husbands breath do
Had a Friend
You ought to study French
What forI
liTo read the bill of fare
VMy money talks all languages
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Too Gentle
GentleI antes
Non
Non13e Tront do 1 wanted him for
my mother lulu W J i
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Wheat Dies Not Grow Wild
The existence of name for wheat In
the most ancient languages confirms
the evidence of Its great antiquity and
of its cultivation In the more temper
ate parts of Europe Atria and Africa
4sla
From the evidence adduced by bota
nists of high strindliig It seems highly
improbable that wheat has ever been
found growing persistently In a wild
state although It bus often been as
serted by poets travelers and histo
rims In the Odyssey for example
wo are told that wheat formerly grew
in Sicily without the old of man Dlo
dorus repent the tradition that Osiris
found wheat and bnrloy growing pro
miscuously In Palestine but neither
this nor other reputed discoveries of
wheat growing wild sees at all cred
ible seeing that it does not appear to
be endowed with the power of per
sistency except under continued cul
tareMisses
Misses Bessie and Achsia Bennett
and Pearl Lanero who have been
visiting friends In Crofton and Hop 1
klnsville returned home yesterday
accompanied by Miss Myrtle Gilkie
Elsworth Evans was In Madfson
ville Thursday night
Dr and Mrs O B Johnson were
in Madisonville Thursday night
Miss Ruby Sisk hasbeen confined
to herhome for the pastfew days
with tonsilitis
W E Ashby of this place visit
ed the family of N I Toombs In
Madlsonvllle Thursday
Peo Farnsworth of Central City
who has been visiting friends Here
has returned home
John and Paul Moore Jr were In
Madisonvillo last night attending
the show
Miss Elizabeth Kemp and Irono
Coyle of this city saw Miss Nobody
From Starlaud Thursday night
L N TIME CARD
Time ol arrival of trains jjassnj
hrougb and departure of train
iriglnating at Earlmgton
Effective Siinduv Juno 10 1910
NORTH MOUND
No 9ilk025a in
No 62 MH15 a m
No 94 rWW23 p m
No 6411221 ID
SOUTH BOUND
No 63 0480 am
No 96823 a in
No 6J 421 p m
No 931048 pln
t
INTERURBAN TRAINS
NORTH BOUND
No 104 820am
No 1001066 am
No 108 200 p m
No 110 602 pm
SOUTH BOUND
No lOa 7 45 a m
No 1051000 a m
No 1071267 p m
No 109 U20 pm
No Ill 650 p In
M H E TIME CARD
M H do E time card went into
> ffech Sunday June 19 1910
No 112 leaves545 aun
No 118 arrlves880 p m
CR R TIME CARD
Time of departure of Illiriplfl Ctr
< ral trains from NortonviUe I y
NORTH BOUND
No 102 128 pm
No 104 340 pI1I
No 122 local pass 1045 a m <
Nn 181 local J0 p m
SOUTH BOUND
No 101 408 iiin
No 103 146 a in
Nov 121 local pass 128 pm I
No 185 lucid pass 663 a m
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HARDWARE STORE I
WILL BE OPEN AND READY FOR BUSINESS
MONDAY JANUARY 2
P We will handle a fung
and complete line of Hard
ware Harness and Saddle y
b and also do harness repair
word We ask the people I
peopleI
I of Earlin ton and A vicinityto
give us their patronage and
will try and give them valueD
L for their money Our goods
are new and up to date and
fe our prices moHeratcl
goodsWjA
K bring your harness repair work to g
S us Lt will be appreciated and we
M guarantee to do good work and give
r satisfaction
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Let us print your PROGRAMS MENUS x
SHIPPING TAGS LABELS and all other V
kinds of Commercial or Law Printing
Citff ax one order and you will Sid Uti another
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