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A Happy and Prosperous New
Year to All of Our Patrons!
We have just closed the. rhost prosperous year
this store has ever known.' The cash receipts have
exceeded that of any previous year, not by hun
dreds but by thousands. ' This big increase is not
an accident or a happen so; but the logical result of
certain business principles whicli we are striving un
ceasingly to attain, and that is to give our patrons
the vt&y best of merchandise. Our store is growing
in public favor because our experience has taught us
that the people want good goods, noc cheap goods.
We want to make it a household word in every home
in the county: If you want it GOOD go to
If You See It in Our Ad It's So
What would you think of a
salwsian who reported for duty
one day, lay off for two, worked
a half day, went off for awek
aad so on without any regulars
ity? Surelv you would not .ex
pct good service from such a
man. And yet some merchants
hold advertising;, which is sim
ply a "salesman," up to great
results when it is allowed to
4,work" very irregulory.
The fact that advertising costs
antiey is proof of its value.
Things without cost are usually
worth only their price.
I News of the Town j
Tip Top Flour ttlln th bill.
Mary Mnrtlu visited friends in
Mftaleonvlllo Saturday mid Sunday
Miss Elizabeth Victory spent
Thursday night In MudlnonvilJo
Don't fall to call for Tip Top flour.
William Walton made a business
trip to Madisonvllle Friday.
Miss Kathaleon Corey 6pont Fri
day in MadlBonvillo with friends.
Mr. aud Mrs. l. N. Clark made a
trip to Madiuonvillo Friday.
Mrs. W. S Dillingham in ado
friends m Madisonvllle a visit Fri
day. Bon Wilson was m Madisonvllle
Friday on buBluosa.
Frank D. McGary bus returned
home from a week's visit in Louis,
Master EafJ O'Buniion, of S.
Ohutles, visited frienda here Friday. I
I have openud up an undertaking
bitbluuHs in Mortons Gap and am
wo'l prepared to do embalming and
all klndB of funeral work. Phono
No 10. P. L. O'JIryuu.
Miss Mary Wes't, of Hopkliibvillo,
wan the ust of friondH in th city,
while attending tlio Shriner at
traction, 'Miss Nobody From Star
land," aud the trills' dance.
Mr. and Mr. Wat Nlsbet and Mr.
and Mrs C O. Ashby, of Madison-j
vllle, npe-ut tho day with Mrs. Win.
Try Tip Top Flour. It is the
Dave Adams, our enterprising
merchant made a business trip to
MesdameB D, E. .Lynn and Albert
Hawos are spend inj; tho week in
this city with friends.
Mrs. M. B. Long and daughter,
MlHsEIIzaboth, Bpont tho day with
friends tu Madlsonvllio'Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Oleo. Oianninl, of
Providence who liavo been visiting
iu this city, havo roturned tiomo.
Mrs. W. S. Bramwell and daugh
ter, Bessie May, of Nashyille, spoilt
Friday in MadlHonyllle with friend-.
F. G. Pnyne, lu charge of tho tolo
phone works of the L. &K. Railroad
Co , was lu Madisonvllle Friday.
W. E. Pash, purchasing apjent for
tho St. Bernard, who has been sick,
waB able to ho at hiB desk Friday.
If you havo not used Tip Top
FJour, you have not Used the best.
Lawrence Turner, clerk for
Barnes, Cowand & Co., was pro.,
sonted with a handsome suit case
by tbo firm for selling tm largest
amount of doods during tho Xmas
Mr. and Mrs. fl Tj. Ross and chil
dron, James Bradley antgfLouiso
Ross, havo roturned home from a
visit to relatives iu Murpbroesboro,
Prof. Pratt Bailey, who is teach
ing school at Anton, was tho guest
ot Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hodge Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Will Luton and
daughter, Gladyp, of Elmitoh, Ky.,
spent Saturday and Sunday in to-
tho guests of friends. ky
The therraomotor registered, Hti!a
morning, 8 degrees above zero, the
minimum tor tho wlntor. Snow
fell to depth of three InoheB by sev
en o'clock. Railroad movements
from the north are vory much im
peded by tho more severe conditions
in that direction, and all trains will
probably run late today. Operation
of the mines today i much hinder
ed, too, though all mines are runaJ,
Read the good things about Eirl
1 11 u ton aud ton coal Uid railroad
outlook in this issue iid BODd '
Two hundred years li wlll make
Eirllngion an old towV-"
Mtf. Blount Jones ant., 'ster, Miss
Virginia Tate, ol MadiFonvllie,wero
b re Saturday visiting friends.
Miss Mnnvo Haley, and attractive
y u -g lady of Madisonvllle, viHited
fr oids here Saturday.
Say Tip Top Ffour to your
Obarlo'y Gregory, of Yazoo City,
Miss., Js In this, city the guosts of
Allyu Muckolls and sister, MIbb
Maud Nuckolls have been the guests
of frlendB ;ind relatives here for
Bert, Dugau, of Owonsboro, at
tendod the dances iu this city the
Floyd Franklin, of Dawson
Sprlugs, was hore Thursday and
Wantkd Good salesman to work
on commission b&ses, men or
women. Apply t
Smmi -Weekly Bkk
Miss Leila Haruhlll, of Madison
vllle. visited friends hero Saturday.
Mrs. S. M. Hopkins, of Columbus,
Ohio, who lias been visiting ber
sister, Mrs. D. P. Banks, of the city,
left Saturday for a visit to friends
in Chattanooga, Toun.
Miss Luoilo SatterUeld, of Nash
ville, Tenn., who has been visiting
relatives here and at St. Charlos
for several days, has returned home.
If you have a friend or relative
living at a distance, send them the
I Semi-Weekly Bee a year it will only
coBt and dollars and it will be a con
stant r'emludor of"you, twice eaoh
L. L. Goodloe, of this olty, waB in
Pjlk Blair, of this city, spont
Sunday with the .family of J. E.
Fawcott in Madisonvllle.
Elmer and Jess Witherspoon, of
thlB olty, visited in Madisonvllle
MraKate Withers, of this city,
was in Madisonvllle Saturday visit
John Oolbort, of this city, was in
Barnett & Stone are still doing
biiBinoBS at tho same old star.d, re
gardless of o roof. Phone us your
coal orders. We are carrying on our
business tho same as ever. We han-
fdlo all kinds of feed, moal, flour, etc.
Phone 130 Barneit & Sto:e.
J. M. Millc of this city, is visiting
relatives in Ivellys.
ChSter Browning and wife, of
this place, visited in Madisonvillo
Saturday and Sunday. "x
Frankio Keown and sister,
Miss Eflle Stokes, wore In the com -ty
Hazel Grfffln visited friends in
New Year's Greeting
T We extend to our patrons and friends sincere
thanks fdr their liberal patronage during the
year nineteen hundred and ten and respectfully
solicit a continuance of- tLc same througK the
present year. VVe will, as has teen our cus
tom, carry a complete line of high class goods
at reasonable prices and we are always prepared
to meet the wants of our customers in any de
partment. Wishing you one and all a PROS-
PEROUS NEW YEAR
W. R. COYLE, Manager
St Bernard Store, Earlington, Ky.
ST. BERNARD MINING CO., Incorporated
B. M: SLATON, Undertaker
Everything New. 2ie Finest ITearse in the County
NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE. MASONIC BUILDING i
THE - BESP- TELEPHONE - SERVICE
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The Greatest Money Raising Furniture and CfieCSaliM
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I must raise money, and each article in the house is offered at.asacrihce'MMy loss is your gain, wcho
best made Furniture of the newest designs, and a carefully selected Ting&arp
prices is at your disposal. 1 need the money - - " m - " Vmhh "-"'
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Iron Bed (like- picture) full size,
blue or white enamel, thoroughly
baked, former price $6.00, now
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The best 6ed Sprinmade.
' Gu;anteed against saggiug, fOr-
Genuine Brass Beds, best finish (like 4f Cf
pjqture) fampffmt 0, now, lw
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TVocker (like cut) golden oak
finish," a regular $2.00 value, now
30 and 35c Fancy Japanese Mat
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All prices reduced.
All Oak Chair, for
mer price $5.00, now
mirror, , former price
$11.00, now r-. j
II ' BH 1
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. This Rocker (like picture) high
back, mahogany -finish or genuine
quartered oak, wood or cobbler seat,
former price $3.50. ow
J Sewing Rockers, all
oak, cobbler i
oak, cobbler f Mfb
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Ingrain Carpets, all wool, 65c val
ues reduced jto
Large variety of patterns as low as
Room Size Rugs-, all grades at
I greatly reduced prices. , ,
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