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EARUNGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KY.f TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1912
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From now until the end of the contest will be jgiven on every
SEMI-WEEKLY BEE and 10,000 votes on every $1.00 paid on
want the handsome Automobile go to work for The Bee .
C. H. Murphey Chairman of Con
vention L. R. Fox Got Dele
WILL P. SCOn MOVED TO
' ENDORSE BRADLEY FOR
Secended by Th. E Finley and Others
and Bradley Endorsed Unanimously
JUDGE O'REAR ALSO EN
. DORSED FOR DELEGATE FROM
Tho republican county convon
tiou, hold at Madisonville Satur
day, was carried by the Koose
, velt.forcs by a test vote. on. the
2 election- of chairman of 120 to
183, O. H. Murphey being elect
ed over Dr. W. P. Ross. The
names of Paul M. Moore, and of
Prof. J. W BronaoRh of Madi
sonville, were proposed for secre
tary of the meeting, Mr. Moore
requested that his name be with
drawn and that the convention
agree on Prof. Bronaugh for sec
retary, which was done. The
convention was called to order
by. County Chairman J. B. Har
vey and some discussion was had
as to how the division should be
had and whether the convention
would take any vote on any
question except the test vote in
election of chairman. The de
cision was to elect the chairman
and throw the convention open
for such deliberations as the body
might choose to indulge.
L. R. Fox was named as chair
mau of the comittee on resolu
tions aud presented tho report of
t ha t committee, endorsing
., Theodore Eoosevelt, naming de-
legates to the district and state
conventions and instructing the
district delegates in favor of
Qe6. W. Jolly and L. R. Fox as
delegates to the national conveu
tion from this district. Mr. Fox
made a speech in which he
praised the ex-president.
After the adoption of the re
solutions Will P. Scott made a
speech in which he touched on
the unequal division of delegates
named aud closed by paying a
tribute to Sennlor V. O. Brad
ley, and moving that the dele
gates tp the state convention be
instructed to vote for him as one
of the delegates from the state at
large to the national convention.
This suggestion met with gener
al, approval and there were sev
eral who shouted a second to the
motion; Thos. E. Finley, being
''sjreoognfzed by the chair, made a
(brief speech of prajse fpr the
i Senator and asked the conveu-
i tion to adopt the motion, The
motion carried unanimously.
R, Fox 'tlMLta moTM that ,tht
Ration be also instructed to
vote for Judgo E. O. O'Rear as
one of the delegates from the
state at large. This motion also
carried without dissent.
There were brief speeches by
Rsv. Parker of Madisonville,
and Prof. Bell of this place.
The convention was good humor
ed and orderly and conducted
with the utmost fairness in Us
with a Hearty Appetite If you use
Dlgesteze. It helps your stomach do
the work, digests what you eat and
makes Rood noh blood from your
food, No more Sleepless Nights,
Headache or Stomach Misery. Get
rid of all these troubles with Diges
teze. Fifty oentB a bottle, worth ten
fold its cost, at drug department of
the St. Bernard Mining Company,
AN EASTER ENTIETAINMENT
AT CHRISTIAN CHUKCH
A Success Enjoyed by
The entertainment given at the
Ohristian church Sunday evening
was a success in every way, and
greatly enjoyed by a large and
appeciativ audience. Each par
ticipant deserves much praise
for the splendid rendition of his
part. Dorothy Oorbit and Lena
Hampton Fox deserve special
mention. Mrs. John L. Long is
to bo credited with having train
ed the children, so well. Quite
a neat collection was made' for
Lyceum Course For 1912 and 13 a Go.
The advance sale of soaBon tickets
for next years Lyceum Course have
been oargely taken, the required
number, 200, to guarantee course
have all been subscribed, $1.25 for
full course 5 numbers. However
others may secure tickets nt same
half price, by seeing the undersigned
The course of the past year was
a financial success, $7.10 remained
as a net balance All dobts paid,
which has been turned over to Mr.
P,.M, Moore Troas., Library Funds.
I wish to congratulate the public in
general fcr its1 hearty response to
the Lyceum Course.
O. E. Dudley,
Contract for Lyceum Course Completed'
Mrs. Clark was in the otty Monday
in interest of the Bedpath Lyceum
Bureau, of which her husband Is
manager of this territory, and com
pleted a contract with Prof, Dudley
for a cpurse at this place for the
next season. v VN ,
The CQurBo will conplst vof . five
numbers', all of which will be of
hiirh class and oharacter. ,
This is an enterprise' that should
rooelvo the Bupport of all our citi
zens, . . ,
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. E. H. S.. Tennis Court Completed
The Tennis Cputjt on the school
grounds, which Has been under pro
gress for sometime Is now ready
for use, The members of the Ten
nis' olub are very enthusiastic and
have begun playing afternoons.
This Is mostpleasant, healthful ex
ercise, and,' wiU n doubt be very
popular, with, the yonDg.people.
, Tejplans were made by Mr. Dud
ley ;whiaeilghlfca famish hispn'
pilf pleasure along; with thelr work.
Mortons Gap News j
At the annual meeting of the
Planters Bank of Mortons Gap,
held April 2, 1912, tho f ollowi ng
named gentlemen were elected
as directors for theensning year:
Q. E. Henry, W. D. Hill, O. 31
Oates, W. W. Kington, "W. E.
Davis, O. M. Kington and Ben
T. Robinson. A dividend of,., ,8
per cent was declared, 8 per cent
of which was carried to the sur
plus and 5 per cent to the stock
holders. The following officers
were elected for the year : Beu
T. Robinson, pres., W. TV. Kiafi
ton, vice pres., and G. E. Henry?,
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O. D. Oole, the efficient bii?j
keeper for the St. Bernard
.ing-.Op., delivered, h,is, Mxki,
mon at the Baptist Church at
this place Sunday morning. He
is to be complimented for the
effort. He was honored with a
crowded house. The members of
the W. O. W. Lodge marched in
a body from the hall to tho church
where seats were reserved for
Can you tell hie what happen
ed to the following named at
Madisonville Saturday, W, Pk
Scotb, Rr J.Salmon.O.J. Waddil!,'
T. E., Finley, John Harvey, P. M.
"Moore, Dr. 0. B. Johnson, Ohas.
Oowell, Ban T, Robinson, Henry
Browning and Virgil Bacon?
One thing is sure L. R. Fox, Hen
ry Murphey and Kirby Gordon
were there with the goods. No
excuse, necessary. They Bitnply
Dr. A. W. Davis, Dr. J. E.
Williams aud D. D. Davis will
all have new automobiles here
Geo. Stokes, Ray Cobb.and
Vhit8on doiies all have ne mo
Major F. B. Harris, of Madi-;
sduville, was in Mortons Mon
Ed HarriB, of Cerulean Springs
who has been visiting nis sister,
Mrs, Ben T, Robinson, returned
Dr. Roy Robinson, of Hopkins
ville, aud .Lisle Robinson, of
Madisonville, visited their par
ents atMortons Gap Sunday.,
.DrsA.s'W Davis and J. Es
Williams attended the County
Medical Association Saturday.
Mortons Gap will soon, have
electric lights. The' power -will
be furnished from the South
Diamond Mines. This is one of
the very best towns in HopkinB
County It enjoys a steady and
healthy growth. Come and s.ee
us, Wo will extend the glad
Mrs, Prances Kline left Monday
for Knoxvllle, Tenn., called their
by the serious illness of her mother.
' MIm Sue Mike Willis" was In Mad
leonvine wwaraay, is u . T:
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Mrths Outnumbered Deaths Two
to One Over Past !5 Months
rial Statistics Record Makes Banner
i inowinc lor Local conditions
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There are most convincing
Masons to believe that Earling-
is among the most, healthy
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le cities to be found in this
tion of country. General ob-
Mrvation suggests this conclusion
jpid the proof is found in our
wcord of. vital statistics, which
i kept in its completeness byjlE.
WL. .Trahern, the local registrar.
This record of vital statistics
'bfjen kept carefully since its
ration juhder the present
1U1I, &qd has not been running
something over 15 months. During-the
period of birth in Ear
lington have been more than
doable the number.of deaths, and
this does not mean a record of
twin and triplets either. For
the whole period to this date
therei'have been 90 deaths and
201 birth. During March there
were 8 deaths and 11 births. For
April to this date (April Oth),
there have been 6 births and but
The Bee does not believe any
other oity in this part of the
country, can make a better show
ing. The 1910 census gives Ear
lingtpn 8980 population.
A Texas Wonder
The Texas Wonder oureB kidney
and cures diabetes, weak and lame
backs, rheumatism, and all Irregu
larities of bladder troubles, remov
ing gravel, the kidneys and bladder
in both men and women. Eegulatea
bladder troubles in children. If not
sold by your druggists will be Beut
by mall on reooipt of $1.00. One
small bottle is two months' treat
ment and seldom fails to perfect n
cure. Send for testimonials from
Ky. and other states. Dr. E. W.
Hall 2920 Olive streqt, St. Louis,
Mo- Sold hv druggists.
INJUSED BY A FALL
Fell Fifteen Feet Striking on, Head and
Early Saturday morning about
eight o'clock, Jerry Davis fell irom
the tip at Arnold Mines.
Mr. Davis haB been ill with pneu
monia fever for sQme time, it Is said
be fainted from weakness and fall,
mgoll the tip, the distance of about
fifteen fee.t where he fell, he. struck
on his head and shoulders, bruising
himself, but no bones are broken.
Ab Mr. Davis is an old man, the
fall shook him up very badly, al
though he is In a pretty bad condi
tion, it is hoped the result may not'1
prove to" bo Berlotis.
The infant child of Yandlo
Tilford, who has been very ill of
pneuroohia for the .past two
weeks, 'is improving. Mr. Til
ford's father, Dr. Tilford; of Ne
bo,whowas called to attend 'the
f '? jSsSwT
$1.00 paid on subscription to the
job work, or advertising: If you
P.EMAEKABLE DEVELOPMENT OF j
THE POSTAL SAVINGS SYSTEM
Estimated That $40,000,000 or
Will be on Deposit Before
The National Oity Bank of
New. York has this to say, in its
April circular, about Postal Sav
"The high record made by the pos
tal savings system is beBt indicated
by the fact that the postofDces so
far designated have received depo
sits aggregating nearly $20,000,000
with a reasonable prospect that by
the end of the present calendar year
this amount will have been increas
ed to from $40,000,000 to $60,000,000,
with the service fully self-supporting.
This large Bum, which it 1b as
serted by the department officials
has come almost entirely from hid
ing, has been put into active circu
lation to. the mutual advantage of
the thousands of depositors and the
oon afery a trHwjee ,. w .. -. - - j .
uUp to this time 8,003 postoffle'es
baye been designated as saving of
fices, which nearly completes the
presidential list, and it 1b expeoted
that within a week or two work will
be begun with .fourth-class offices.
The department is now at work as
certaining what fourtb-olass offices
are located in towns having banking
facilities, and these will be designa
"Pecently the Postmaster General
reversed the former ruling whioh
held that no person might open a
saving account at any postofflce of
which 'he was not a patron, His re
cent ruling, however, 1b to the effect
that the dopoBitor may open an ao
cout in any savings depository of
fice of his selection, but be must
confine his deposits to one office,"
Headaches Signs of Sanger.
Anyone in this town that suifeis
frequently from splitting, neivr.uB
headaches ought to go at oncolc the
druggist and get a 25o bottle of our
Oarlstedt's Gorman Liver Powder.
Headaohes always indicate consti
pation in a dangerous form, that
may result in other extremely seri
oub aliments sometimes even
Brig tit's Disease and Appendicitis.
Our Oarlstedt's German Liver Pow
der acts on the Liver, the real
cause of constipation a few doses
entirely remove the trouble Insure
a lasting cure never falls guaran
teed If you hdve hoadachoB, get a
bottle today from the St. Bernard
Mining Oo., Incorporated, Drug De
partment. 25o a bottle.
' MEMORIAL SERVICES
Of U. D. Cs. Held at M. E. Church
South, Saturday Afternoon
The Memorial Services of tho U.
D. O's. whioh wore held, at the
Methodist Church Saturday after
noon Irom 8:30 to 4:80 wore very in
terestlng and helpful to all who at
tend, . (
. F. B. Arnold was master of Cere
monies. There were sevorul old
Mrs. W. H. Kline read an inten
sely Interesting paper on "Shiloh."
Mrs. J. B. Bash rendered a pretty
and appropriate solo. Little Misses
SuBBie Wabe and Lena Davis sang
In their winning way. Bev. Bran
don gave a short address on the sub
ject, MaBter Bobert Fenwiok reolt
ed, After the benediction F. B. Arn
old, dismissed the servico. with
MIB8 Goldte...W.er.jB at home ill
today, having bad a chill last night.
Porter Willis wai in Nashville
Batarday. ..,,.. ,., ,
TAFT AND HARMONY
In Spite of Contests, no Note
Discord in District Con
J. B. HARVEY, OF HOPKINS
AND E, COOK, OF CHRIST-.
IAN NATIONAL DELEGATES
Col. J. W. McCullock Re-Elected Mem
ber of State Central Committee .
The second congressional district
republican convention held at Hen
derson yeBterday afternoon was.
made Unanimous for Taft and liar
mony, in spite of contests iromtHen
derson and Daviess counties heard
before the committee on credentials,
and to all outward appearances en
ded In a love feast. There was not.
a note of discord In any speech or
action In the body of the convert
-Taffr delegations-were seated frefls- -
Henderson and Daviess counties -
and the report of the committee on
credentials waB adopted by a unani
mous vote, upon call of the counties.
Under instruction of delegation O.
J. Waddijl brought In the. minority
report from the committee on reso
lutions, endorsing Booseyelt. After
the adoption of the majority report
a motion was made by one of Ike.
Hopkins County Bbosovelt delegates
and seconded by another, makiag;
the endorsement of Taft unanimous..
Both McLean and Hancock coun
ties had instructed for Eoosevelt
and they both had instructed for J..
B. Harvey, of this county, for dele
gate to the National Convention.
The delegates elected were J. ' B.
Harvey, B. E. Cook, of Christian;
alternates, Thos. B. Young, "Union,
Bev. Kenneday, Henderson. Judge
W T. Fowler, of Christian was chos
en elector. Col. J. . W. McCullock
was re-elected chairman of the dis
One of the gracious things done in
the convention came from the Hop
kins county delegation, when, after
having carried out instructions and
having nominated L. B. Fox for del
egate and cast tor him the vote of
the county, the chairman of the del-,
egatlon made a motion to make tho
election of J. B. Harvey unanimous.
This action was heartily applauded'
by the Hopkins county delegation
and by the convention.
We wishio express dtrrtlfarikV-j
to the good people of White City,
fdr their kindness shown ,us -
through the sickness and death-' .
of. our baby, which died jMarchv
IS. May God's richest blessings'-'
rest on each and ever one is thef
prayer of Mr. and, Mrs, W. ,X
Mitchell. -., , ' Kx'll
You Can jEat Anything".
Eat what your stomach craves
without the slightest fear of iiadlgeB"
tion, which is an awful feeling. You
will , not be bothered with Sour
Stomach, Heartburn, NaiiBea, Bad
Breath or Heavy Feeling if you will
take one dose of Digestozo. It re
lieves and oures as if by Magic.
Pleasant as Candy. Belief in one
minute. Get a 50o bottle from the
drug department of the St. Bernard
Mining Company, Incorporated.'. , ..
John Hoffman, of Nebo, was in
town today. . :
Mrs. H. F. Coleman, who haB becu
at the bedside of ber sister at Clay
for the - past week, has returned
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