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IN THE LEAD
All Candidates in Mammoth Cave
. Contest Make Great Gains
$ ... - CONTEST CNpSAUGUSTC 21.
felsi Nell Robinson it till in the
lead In the Care contest, Mm Fan-
?y me xrawion, 01 xidiwutuib, wwuui
MIbb Mabel Browning, of Earllpg
ton, third, Miss Edna Peyton, of
Mortons Gap. fourth, Miae Golda
8almon, of Earlington, fifth, Miss
Miss Dlvie Woodruff, of Bt. Charles,
"' Bovanfh MIbb naval flrlfRn. nf this
K, DV,V,..V, . -w. . , . ..
place, Miss Alberta Baraett, of Mor-
u tons uaD. anu mibb runs w imams,
of Ilsloy are fighting for seventh
plaoe and any one. of the" throo may
be Blxth or seventh next Friday. All
of the contestants made great gains
this week and several of thorn ex
peot to do better next week. There
are only three more weeks of the
contest and the time 1b getting short.
It behooveB the contestants to get
ovory new aud renew subscriber and
all of the job work they possibly can
between now and the 21st day of
.' "Rnmnmhnr thlu fcrln In a flix dftVB
., uufclUK niuug uuo ui iuo uiuot ucraun-
na&lrv ralntvn. r1 .ItA tTCA.. KbAllf l
ful rivers in the world, with some of
tno granaosc scenery imaginauio.
.. . .. . ..,-
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take thlB trip with us send in your
name as Boon as possible aa we are
limited to a certain number and can
take only a few more before that
number Is reaohed. The cost for the
entire trip Is only $20.00.
MIbb Mary Parker 80,722
Mabel Browning 180,225
if - GoldaSalmon.. 114,00o
Hazel Prlflln 05,000
Ruth Swlnuev 20,550
m '. .".. ,mE
uortruuo xihuk mi,iu
Alberta Barnett 02,550
V.ti nn. "Pwr,nn 127.G50
Vannn Trathen .....140.410
Ik om nninrwo
( TJfill "Roh nnon 202.600
Dixie Woodruff 78,600
Ruth Jonos 6,400
Johanna Brown : 8175
V- HAMBY STATION
Ife Rath Woodruff 8,975
?" Tllonnli T.nnmirn i 5125
Nina Williams 84.860
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AUU'ti luutgnu.i .u(vvv
Ruth Oansler 4,075
Josie Payne 82,650
Tiny Gates 7,575
St. Charles Talk
Have you cut your weeds yet?
Clip your CouponB.
W.J. ifaull 'spent Saturday and
Sunday in Dawson Springs.
Dr. D. Pa Gurry waB in Daniel
Boone Monday, ',
'Quite a number of our citizens at
tended the Great Hopkins County
Fair at Madisonvllle last week.
W. G. Wright, of Carbondale, waB
In town Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clay Woodruff was
in Madisonvllle Friday.
Lawson Asbmore and Max Gilli
land, of St. Bernard Store Force, are
spending their vacation in Chicago.
Mies Jettln Jenkins is viBitlng
frlendB in Madisonvllle thlB week.
Mrs, R. T. Ewlng, of Nashville, is
visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. D.
D. Woodruff here this week.
Mrs. M. T. Cranor spent Thursday
Mlss'Obarlle Woodruff spent Frl-'i
dav afternoon In DawBon,
Mrs. Beta Long aud little eon Nor
rls, are visiting frlendB and relatives
In Princeton this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Laffoon, of
the country was in town Saturday.
Mrs. Delia Southworth, of Earl
ington, spent Saturday and Sunday
here with her BiBter, Mrs. Hamper,
who Ib quite ill.
Jeff Sisk was in Earlington Sun
day. Mr. Joe Teague, manager for St,
Bernard Mining Co. at Providence,
his wife and children, spent Satur
day and Bunday here with friends
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Plain and child
ren, of Madisonvllle, spent Sunday
with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Rex McEuen Bpent
Sunday here with his parents.
H. O. Strader waB in Dawson Sun
day. Mrs.lW. A. Robinson Bpent a few
dayejin Earlmgton;thiB week with
MIbb Mattle Sbawofj theDanlel
Boone country," visited frlendB here
Mrs. R. C. Long and daughter,
Edna, were in Madisonvllle Monday
Mrs. Joe Wallace spent a few days
in Madisonvllle last week.
H. C. Strader and Andy Berry
were in Madlsonvlllo Monday night.
S. C. Harlon, who haB been work
ing at Cleaton, 1b now at home
Prof. M. T. Cranor Bpent Monday
Mrs. Birdie Carnle, of Daniel
Boone, vjslted her parentis, Mr. and
Mrs. T. A. Graham, here Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Warren and
If YOU DON'T ADVERTISE YOUR BUSINESS ADVERTISE
EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1912
him all his
Will Gribble, motored to Mortons
Gap and Earlington Sunday.
Josbo Phillips was in Earlington.
on business Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Higglnbottom,
are visiting friends and relatives in
Tennessee this week.
John Palmer, of Dawson Springs,
spent Monday here.
Walter Asbmore, of the Buffalo,
country, was in town Saturday.
Lawson Ashmore, Bob.Davis and
Andy Berry wero In Dawson Friday
Mrs. James Collins and .children
were fa Madi'sonville Friday.
Rev, S. M. Bailey will preach at
the Methodist Oburoh here Saturday
night, Sunday and Sunday night.
Mrs. W. O. Jenkins spent Sunday
In Madisonvllle with relatives.
This is very hot weather, we find
ourselves drinking a great deal of
water, and whon thirsty will go any
distance to cool our thirst, if this is
so of mankind please keep in mind
your stook, the horse or the. mule
which you work, should not bo for
gotten, there is a nice cool trough of
water juBt bank of the Company
Store and near the roadside, in which
there is pouring oontiniously a cool
inar stream of water, so don't forgot
Mrs.D.D. Woodruff and daugh
ters vlBlted MrB. Stewart In the
Norrls King, Will Gribble and
Barton McEuen were iu Earlington
August 20th closes the Bee's oon-
test for the Mammoth Cave trip,
have you done anything for the St.
Charles ccntostanta, please keep in
mind that a renewal subscription
will give them one thousand votes
and each Bee contains a coupon good
for 25 votes, we sent a young lady
from hero last year on this trip, lets
send two this year.
The condition of Mrs. John Kara
por Ib unimproved.
Riley Butler left Tuesday for An
nlton, Ala., where the Third Ky.
Regiment goes into encampment.
Josh Tea"gue, is visiting in Provi
dence this week.
Ellis RoblnBon, of this place, was
in Earlington Wednesday.
W. J. Gribble, our Motnroyole ex
pert, attended the Fair last weok,
and on Tuesday eveuing he trlod to
Imitate Kearney in doing the ''Dip
Act" he struck a low place in the
road with his wheel, aud now his
arms and knees lookB like a cast of
Plaster of Paris.
Summer colds are hard to get rid
of, and frequently lead to asthma,
bronchitis, and hay fever. Do not let
your cold get a bold on you, but" use
Foley'B Honey and Tar Compound
for quick relief. W. H. Allen, Chel
sea, Wis., says: "Wo prefer Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound to other
cough medicines because It quickly
cures coughs and colds. It will
ward off a cold if taken in time."
Contains no opiates. Is Bate for
children. Remember the name,
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
and accept on substitute. St. Ber
nard Mining Co., Incorporated Drug
Ife and know he has the best
and her people at heart
The W. O. W will have unveiling
exercIseB over the graye of LeBlie
Fowler at Bethlehen the first Sun
day in AuguBt.
i jBev.. Chalfant of Munsle Ind. Ib
conducting a revival at Browders
Cbappel is entertaining- large audi
ence and accomplishing great good.
MIbb Oastlebery ofPrlnceton is the
gueBt of her cousin MIbb Bessie
Mr. and Mrs. McGary Morton have
returned to their home at Mortons
after a weeks stay here.
Mies CoraHolman, of Emplro,was
Robert DeMosB waB in Earlington
Rev. O. F. Wlmberly will be at
home for twomorrow night prayer
Mr., and Mrs. Grover Cardwell, of
Adton, were berp Saturday.
Evorett Nail, Raymond Todd and
Soloman JameBon, of Anton, twere
here Saturday. '"
Oscar Corbln of Coiltown was here
WilliB Robison of Island waB here
Friday and Saturday.
Mrs. Fannie Ren olds of Mortons Is
viBitlng her parents Mr. and Mrc.
Mrs Robt. Murphy visited rel
atives hero last week.
John Utorback of Hopkinsvllle
vlBlted bis parents here the past
Mr. and Mrs. Luslan Ooffman, of
Anton, wero here Saturday.
Claude Williams and sister, of
Liberty, were here this week.
Mr. and. Mrs. James Hioklin and
daughter were here during the fair.
Mr. and MrB. Mike Swope, of Mau
ltou, visited relatives and attended
the fair the past week.
Melvin Hioklin, of the country,
waB here Saturday.
Mjes Nellie Fugate, of Bethlehem
was here TueBday.
W. Ej Laffoon and wife, of Anton,
were here Saturday.
Miss Mattle Jones, of the Island,
was here Friday.
S, H. Prather was in Earlington
MIbsob Ruth Bryant and Eula
Shipp, of Mortons, were here Friday
Mrs. Annie Bryant, of Sturgis,
was here last woek.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hlcklln, of
Anton, were here Saturday.
Mrs. Harvey Graham, of Earling
ton, was In town Friday.
Rev. Joe Randolph filled the Meth
odist pulpit Sunday morning and
evening, be is a son of Rev. J. Tt'
Randolph and Is well known here.
(Continued on page 2)
IT FOR SALE
;: Church Notes
The usual services will bo held
Sunday morning and . evening. The
services will be brief And inspiring.
Therowlllbe special muslo at the
The Sunday School session will be
bright and attractive. The public is
The Chtice of & Husband
is too important a matter for a wo
man to nenanaioappea Dy weakness
bad' blood or foul breath. Avoid
these klllbopes by taking Dr. King's
Life Pills. New strength, flue com
plexion,!! pure breath, oheerful
spirits things that win men follow
their use1. Easysafe, sure 25o at all
Marriage of Two Popular Young Peopfe
Mr. C. R. Bowman and Miss Fran
ces Ruth Wyatt surprised their
many friends by belnp: marrried in
Hopkinsvllle, Wednesday morning
at 11:80 o'clock.
The bride was viBitlng MIbb Ruth
Croft in Hopkinsvllle. The groom
in company with the officiating
minister, Howard J. Brazelton,
boarded the Dixie Flyer Wednesday
morning and on their arrrival the
party went to the t. parlors of the
First Christian Church where the
ceremony wbb Bald in nn impressive
manner, after which tbey dined at
Miss Wyatt is the lovely daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wyatt and has
a wide circle of friends.
Mr. Bowman haB held a responsi
ble position b dispatcher In the L.
& N. Offices here, and Is a young
mau of sterling worth and deserved
The happy couple returued last
nlghf They have rooms with Mr.
and Mro. E. A. MoKinnon, taking
their meals at Victory Hotel.
The Bee joins their many friends
Far earache, toothache, pains, burns, scalds,
sore throat, try Dr. Thomas' Ectectlc Oil, a
splendid remedy for emergencies.
Mrs, M. O. Long, mother of Mike
Long, is visiting In MadiBonville.
p v-au anu see uuncair a uest tor i ornaaa, rire, Lire, Health
f and Accident Insurance. All the best Companies represented.
Office la Victory Building
White City Notes
A large number of our citizens as
sembled last Wednesday and went
en masse t6 the FaMr at Madison
vllle. Hubert Davis, of Carbondale, has
decided to make White City his fu
ture borne and' haBf6tfnet - employ
ment' h'ere. "'
Bosb Mangum was in the County
Seat last Saturday.
Mr. Martin whor recently came
hero from Nortonvllle.haB returned
to that plaoe,
Mrs. Jennie Brown and ohildren
Ethel and Susan are visiting frlonds
in the vicinity of Earlington.
Will Buntln has returnod from
Earlington, wher be has been visit
W. P. Doom was in Mad'isonville '
Frank Green's children who have
been qnlte'Blck are improving,
ThiB being Institute week the '
Bchool children aro enloying an ear-.
ly vacation. '
Prof. O. P. Bailey is attending the
Institute at Madisonvllle this week.
Foley Kidney Pills are healing,
otrpncrthonlnp and tonio. and ann-
tatn no harmful or habit forming
arugs. JN. J. uornam, uasnier xsans
of Woodvllle, Woedville, Ga re
cently had an acute attaok of kid
ney trouble. "The pains in my baok
and kidneys were terrible, but I
bought a bottle of Foley Kidney
Pills and took them, and can truth
fullv say they have entirely relieved
me.' I find more benefit from them
than from any other kidnoy medi
cine I have ever taken.' ' Try them.
Refuse any substitute. St. Bernard
Mining Co., Incorporated, Drug De
MIbb Mary Darao and Of to Smiley
well known you no; people of this
place, were marred Wednesday at
the home of the bride, in the pres
ence of a few friends. The yonng
people will reside at the home of the
groom on Railroad St. Their
frieads wish them much happiness,
Miss Mary Parker- is on the sick
Mrs. Claude Anderson is on the
sick liB,t this week.
D. M. Myers Ib on the dinkey this
ltA.rA AmiVtn itftniiittiinilfcilrtBh A.nilftii i A ill
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