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C. A. MORTON
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Funeral Director ana Empalmer
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Any Call Answered
The man who whisneis down a
About the things he has to sell
Will never reap a orop of dollars
Like he who climbs a tree and
Gertrude Black of
was lu town Monday ou
Luke Teague of Madlsonvllle was
In town Monday.
Riley Coy'Ie went to Madlsonvlllo
on business Monday.
y( NealSplllman was in Madlsonvllle
Miss Gertie Obannon spent Sun
day in Dawson.
Mrs. J. M. Victory and daughter
' Elizabeth and daughter aro In Lou
isville ttiis weeks
Misses Magaret and Catherlno
Victory were iu Evansville Saturday
W. S. MoGary who IiaB been trav
eling through the South for several
months with his baby show is spend
ing this week in our city.
Ivan Sprlmjfield went to the show
in Madlsonvllle Friday night.
H. fl. Vaughan was in Madlson
Bibles and Wall MottooB, all
grades aud prices. Pictures of Josub
Christ as Infant, youth, Crucified
and Ideal, 10c for the four. Can
furnish you any book published.
WALTKR N. Martin.
Charles Barnett was in Madison
Mrs. Waiter Daves and Mrs. Eva
iNlsbet west to Madlsonvllle Satur
day. Mrs. N. E. Kinnln and little son
were in Madlsonvllle Monday after
noon. Willie Gram who got his head
hurt last week is better.
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Fish have
returned homo after a delightful
trip to Washington and New York.
They also spent a week lu Nashville
on their return.
John H. FiBh Jr., who was oper
ated on in Nashville last week for
enlarged tonsils is doing nicely.
Reuben Miles, who was hurt in a
wreck at Atkinson Junction a few
weeks ago and who has been in the
St. Bernard Hospital ' since that
time, is getting better and will soon
be able to go to work bis. friends
Dr. A. 0. Bisk made a profession
al visit to Clay yesterday morning.
Mrs. B. L. Feild, of Nashville,
formerly Miss Lizzie McGary of
this city has been visiting relatives
in this olty for the past few days.
W. R. Goyle, general manager, of
the St. Bernard Store, made a busU
ness trip to. Mortons Gap yesterday
iWhsn you ?el
Slue ana Out of Settt.
look t the Uver; It la
I the Kesaedr Ton Need.
It Is an invigorating- tonfo for
a torpia liver, u'nc Erst dose
Brings improvement, a few days
use puis ino liver in nna vie-nr
ous condition. Hcrbine also ex
tends its restorativa influence
to me stomach ana bowels. It
neips aigesuon ana food assimi
lation. DUrlfl&H the hnwpla nnrl
wings nacK tne habit of regu
lar dally bowel movements.
when tho .stomach, liver and
bowols are active, billons lm.
purities no lonsrer obstruct
runctionai processes!, the result
or wnioh is renewed energy,
mental activity and cheerful
Price Me er Bottle.
Stephens Eye Salve for
ore jtyw. it cures.
ST, BERNARD MINING CO., Incor
porated, Drag Department
News of the Town
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Promptly Day or Night.
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Miss Nell Robinson of St. Charles
spent Sunday and Monday in Earlin
gton with friends.
Mr. Guy Wolfe of Hopkinsvllle
spent Monday in Earllngton on bus
Joe FugeVson of Hopkinsvllle was
in tho olty on business Monday.
M B. Long was in Madlsonvllle
Ned Barnes went to Madlsonvllle
I oan save you money on your Jf all
suit. Let me show you my samples.
Wamer N. Martin.
Ben Myers of Madlsonvllle was In
EUlc Boulware of Hopkinsvllle
was m town on business Monday.
Mrs. D. M. EvanB, Misses Margaret
Tuner and Gertie Obanon and Mes
sers Gilbert and Morris King went
to the Yankee girl at Madlsonvllle
Paul Banks attended the Yankee
Girl at Madlsonvllle Friday.
Anyone interested in buying a
home for either home, or renting
purposes can find out something to
their advantage by calling at tho
Rev. W. A. Grant may not be able
to be here for prayer meeting serv
ices Weduesday night, which will
be conducted In his absence by
Prof. U. E. Dudley. Rev. Grant will
bo here Sunday to fill his pulplt,at
the M. E. Church, South. All are
Invited to be present.
Teague, of Madlsonvllle,
the olty Tuesday on busi-
Mrs. N. E. MoKinnon Bpent yes
terday afternoon In the county seat
Messrs. W. J. and R. B. Dulin, of
Madlsonvllle, were in the city yes
terday afternoon on business.
Frank Oldham and Clarence Mit
chell made a business trip to Hop
Mrs. Robt. Gougb. of Morganfleld,
who has been visiting ber daughter
Mrs. Henry Martin has returned
Mrs. A. M. Howell and children,
who have been visiting rolativeB in
the country near the olty returned
W. B. "Hap" McGary, who has
been in the South for over a year
rnnnlng a moving picture show re
turned home Sunday afternoon.
oan get room in good location.
Apply at this office.
JOel D. MoPhorson 3r., of Madl
sonvllle' was in the city Sundav
Geo. and J. B. Wyatt spent Sun
day atternooh with friends in the
R. E. Wlpfler, Civil Engineer for
the St. Bernard Minnlng Co., spent
a few hours with frlonds in Madl
sonvllle. Mrs. Oscar Underwood, who. has
been visiting relatives in Kellys for
throo mouths returned home Satur
day. Twenty-flvof our conductors and.
firemen were In Howell Sunday at
tending the school Of-instruction in
that olty for the Rallipad men on
Several of the ladies of our olty
will attend the meeting of the U. D.
0. in Louisville this week.
Miss Trizie Fendwiok left yester
day morning for a two weeks visit
te friends In St. Louis Mo.
Te teal Invelejiee.
Persoas uster boaA paper envelopes
U their cetrrespondanoe, are often an
noyed when these envelopes fall to
seal properly. This Is not due to a
poor quslUrVt gum on the envelope,
but to the Jon-absorbent properties of
the hlKh-grMe pacer, and may be over-
,.corae by thoroughly moistening the
nap on the outside before moistening
the gum, Thhr will insure perfect
Sealing and is worth trying.
Felt the Sting of Failure.
"What' asked the hunter who had
mistakenly shot a guide, bendng,.down
eagerly, "Is your nam"?" 'Smlth1
gasped the guide, with his last breath.
The hunter's face fell. "And I came
up here," he exclaimed, ruefully, "la
pursuit of rar game!" Puck.
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hi Kidney Troubles
A year and a halt ago I was taken
with a severe attack'of kidney trou
ble that pained me to such an ex
tent thatmordhine had to be given
me. Was attended, by a doctor who
pronounced it as stone In the blad
der and prescribed Lltlna Water. I
took Lithla water afad tablets for
some time and received no relief
from them. I Btopped taking niedi
Qlnes for some tlmeaud having some
of Dr, Kilmer's Swamp-Root In the
house, I decided to try It and felt
much relieved; while taking the
second bottle, commenced to pass
gravel, in all at least a half a dozen
or moro and have not suffered the
Slightest since and in all have taken
one bottle and a half and feel ver$
grateful to Swamp-Root.
Yours very truly,
H. W. SPINKS,
Camp Hill, Ala.
Personally sppenred before roe this
lGth of August, 1009, H. W. Spinke,
who subscribed the above statement
and tnado oath that same is true In
substanpe and in fact..
A. B. LEE,
Dr. Kilmer H Co.
BInghantlon N. Y.
Prove What Swamp-Boot Will do for
Send to Dr. Kllraor & Co., Blng
bamton, N. Y., lor a sample bottle.
It will convince anyone. You will
also receive a booklet of valuable
information, telling all about the
kidneys and bladder. When writing
be sure aud mention the Earllngton
Semi-Weekly Beo Regular fifty
cent and one-dollar 'size bottles for
Bale at all drug stores,
World's Cables Made In America.
Practically all the world's cables art
made in this country, the first having
been made la 1867, the total length of
the wire in the sheathing and core
being sufficient to reach from the
earth to thjp moon. When the sea Is
about three miles deep, and the ship
is steaming at Its usual rate, paying
out a new line, over two and a half
hours will pasB before the cable
reaches the bed of the sea. By the
time tho cable has settled to rest he
ship is 25 miles awatf.
Here is a woman who speaks from
personal knowledge aud long txper
ienoe, viz, Mrs. P. H. Brogan, of
Wileon, Pa., who save, "I know
from flxperlence tnat unambenain's
Cough Remedy is far superior to
any other. For croup there is noth
ing tnat excels it. For sale by All
Putting the Garter On.
Mrs. Brown was preserving peaches
in the kitchen amid an array of glass
Jars, covers, rubber bands, etc. Mar
garet, aged four, watched the process
quietly until the fruit was in the Jars
and the covers ready, then sh ex
claimed, "Oh, Mother, please let me
put the garters oai" " '
Feet languid, wielc, ran downl
Stomach "oil?" A good remedy
Olaod Bitter. Art your druggltt.
Price f i'.W.
"Oh, doctor," exclaim the nervous
young wife, as the malaent Burcee
eaterea the sick rooat, "If aa operatiea
is necessary, w want you to ajserata
immediately. Espeaw is no object
at all." "We will operate at okce,"
replied the eminent surgeon wltkout
eves, glancing at tk patient
Net What He Meant
Salter "I hope ay nosal&atleo to
the curatorial p of the Museum of an
tiquities will induce you to trust your
daughter to my care." MeggeBdcVfer
L. & N. TIME CARD.
Time ot arrival oi trains passing
through and departure of trains
originating at Earllngton.
Efleotivo Sunday, April 0, 1911.
No. 92., ft.a6a. m.
No. 52 11.08 a.m.
ISO. Vi 7.B4 p. m,
N.o. 54.... 11.22 p.'m.
No. 53 4.80 a.m.
No.' 95 7.49 a.m.
No. 51...... 4.21 p.m.
No. 98.. 10.48 p.m.
NORTH BOUND. '
No. 108 7.54 a.m.
No. 108 2.00 p.m.
No. 110..... 5.02 p.m.,
No. 105., 7.10a.m.
No. 107 ,..12.67 p. m.
No. 109 3.10 p.m.
No. Ill 6.10 p"m,
M. H. &E. TIME CARD.
M. H. & E. time oard went Into
effect Sunday, April 9, 1911.
jn o. ii2 leaves s:45 a. m.
No, 118 arrives.... 8 :J
I. C. R. R, TIME CARD.
Time of departure of Illinois Cen
tral trains from Nortonville, Ky.
No. 102,..,,....... 1.38 p.m.
No 104. 3.40 a. m.
No. 122, local pass.10.45 a. m.
No. 180, ; iqoal 6.80 pirn.
'SOUTH BOUND '
No:;101 4.08 p,ro.
- No. 108 1.48a, m.
No. 121, local pass. 1.38 p.m.
No. 135 local pass 5.53 a. ra.
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Police Judge A. J. Bennett,
Chief of Police Wm. Bradley.
Night Chief J. H. Hamby,
Olty Clerk Paul P. Price.
Treasurer Frank B, Arnold.
City PhyBlcian W. K.Nlsbet.
Olty Engineer R. E, Whlpfler.
Street Commissioner Robt. Wood
Oouncilmon Madison Oldham, J
M. CanBler, Geo. C. Atkinson, Thos.
Blair, O. M. Henry. Meetingjilght
first Monday night in each month.
School Trnstoo Paul M. Moore,
Board of Health Ed Mk Trahern,
G. Gilbert King and Curtis B. John
son, fil. D.
PoBtma'Rtnr Chas. Cowell.
Finn Department H. D. Rog-.
ere, Chief; F. B. Arnold, Assistant
Chief; Chas. Barnett, Oaptaiu;
Claude Long, Gilbert Long, W. D.
Oayaness, Brick Southworth. Baker
Fugato, Geo. T. Miller, Will Ray-
ourn, .Bryant ueai, Firemen.
OATHQMO CiiUROir. First in ass
every Sunday and holy dayat,7:0(J
a. m. Second mass and preaohinp
9 80 a. m. Vesporfc and benediction 7
-p. m. Rev. J. P. MoParland, Pastor
Christian Ohuroit. Sunday
Bchool at 9:80 a. m. Preaching every
Lord's day at 10:45 a. m. and 7:45 p.
,m. Prayer meeting every Wednes
day at 7:80 p. m.
. Rev. H. J, Brazeiton, Pastor.
M. E. Ohuroh. Regular services
third Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 :80 p. m.
Prayer meeting Thursday evening
at 7:80. Sundayi-Boboolat2:80p.m.
Class meeting, second Sunday at
Rev. G. "W. DAme, Pastor.
M. E. Ohuboii, South. Rev. W.
O.Brandon, pastor. Sorvices on
every Sunday at 11 a m. and
7:4b p. m. Sunday school at 9:30
ai m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday
evenings ac y:ou o'ciook. .Ladles
Aid. Society every Monday after
noon, umciai Hoard meeting Mon
dav after first Sunday in each
MiBSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH
has services 2nd and 4th Sunday in
eaoh month also Saturday night be
fore and Sunday night following
eyca ouuaay prayer meeting wou
desday evening. Sabbath school
Dr. A. O. Sisk, Supt. Ladies Aid
meets each Tuesday afternoon at 2
o'clock. Paftor W. H. Gregor, of
Genfrai Baptist Church.
Services iourth Sunday morning aud
evening in eaoh month and Satur
day evening preceding. Prayer
meeting Friday evening. Sunday
school 2 p. m.
Rev. T. J. Lynn, Pastor.
EpisooPAii Ohuroh Services 2nd
and 4tn Sunday night at 7:45 at the
Library. Sunday School at 8 p. m.
Rev. Geo. C. Abbitt, Rector.
Masonic Lodge E. W. Turner,
No. 548 meets 1st. and 3rd. Fridays
in eaoh month.
G. D. Cowkll, Sec
..Victoria Lodge, No. 84, K. of P.
meets,..every Monday night. Visit
K. ofR. andS.
Hopkins Lodge, A. O. IT. W. Nok
561 meets every Thursday night.
Y. Q. WAiiKKR, Sec.
Golden Cross Lodgo, Earllngton.
No. 526 meets 1st. and 8rd, Saturday
night in eaoh month.
Mrs. Bbrtha Umstead, Sec.
Degree of Honor, No. 10 meets lBt
and 8rd Saturday nights in eaoh
month. Miss Lizzik Huff, Sec.
Ben Hur Lodge, Earllngton
Court, No., 55, meets every 1st and
3rd Monday night at old Masonic
Hall. Dr. O. B. Johnson, Scribe,
Standwaite, Tribe No. 57,Red Men
meets every Friday sleep.
.tIARRY JUONQ, C OI It.
Woodmen of the World, Oatalpa
Camp No. 801 meets every Wednes
day night. All members are ear
nestly requested to be there.
Bernard Walton. Clerk.
Monroe Davis, Deputy Clerk.
Modern Woodmen of tho World.
No. 11992 meets every Wednesday.
Y. Q. Walker, Sec.
Elks, B. P. O. No. 788 moots at
Maaisonvillo Monday night.
J. F. Dempsey, Exalted Ruler.
Roy S. Wilson, Secretary.
Earllngton Chapter, TJ. D. 0.,
meets 1st Thursday in each month
at 2:80 p. m.
Mrs. Emma Davis, Pres.
Knicbts and Ladies of Heciiritv
will meet every second and fourth
Monday nights. Visiting members
invited to attend.
Will OarriqAn, Olork.
Visiting members are cordially
Invited to attend any of these
Friendship That le Worthy.
Ok the eeafort the inexpressible
eefert ef feeling safe with a per
se hTisf aelther to weigh thoughts
nor measure words, hut posting them
all right out 'Just as they are, chaff
as grata together, certain that a
faithful haaeVwill take and sift them,
keep' what is worth keeping and wltk
a breath ef Mndnese blow the rest
away. IMaab. Mulook.
Araente Meet Frequently Used.
Arsenic has, perhaps, been more
frequently used than any other poison
for criminal purposes. It has been
proved Identical with the "wonderful
elixir" of the seventeenth century,
when secret poisoning became so
frequent In Italy that the clerjry. de
spite the roles of the confessional, ac
quainted Pope Alexander VTf. in 1648
with the extent ot the practice.
It has been found that medieval
armor 1b too small for Englishmen of
the present day. Luckily the women
of medieval times left no corsets to
be tried on by ladles ot tho prosont
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:$& :-pfie New
CARRY Aa Puler Jk Kale SJttf
Pea in my Docket, n adr Notion
eren upside down and k ttfmtt to leak.
Carrr it m vff IruuMft
with jrour ack btfs and kejt, aad it a per
The nevreA and riattdirit nrenbon in
' fotmtain pea. Price $2.50 aad spwartb.
Licky Curve. JllSffil I
fl atfsiS VwbbHsiHBHiiSbiVbbiV '
m KNHfeBV:!MMstHBsT f
PROVE THAT IT WONT LEAK
UnKievr cay PVet Lucky Cunre Pen;
3 feed tube with kk: touch curved end to
band wall, and icatch Iht Ink tool down.
Call at the ittue aad,(ee the interettirts
expUna&n oi aha tha tat prortt the
Paiker won't leak.
Get a Pai ka on trul.. We rtrusd jmt
money if you're not pleued. Baaah.your
fountam pea trosblei (of good by cettBS a
Parker Pen today.
Health and Cheer.
There is longevity in the sunny soul
that eases our Jolts and makes our
sides shake with laughter. There is
a wonderful medicinal effect in good
cheer. Good news and glad tidings
have a magta effect even upon Inva
lids. We often see a whole store or
factory or home transformed by one
sunny soul. On ihe other hand, we
have seen them blighted and made
dark by a gloomy, morose, fault-finding
person. .. ,, .-,, ,
Fender of 8. P. C. A.
The American Society for the
ventlon of Cruelty to Animals
was founded in 1865 (Incorporated 1866)
by Henry Bergh, a New York author
and philanthropist. He also secured
the passage of much legislation pro
tectlng animals. He died in 1888.
"Love in never die. That'B
present Xt gave to everybody."
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"VT 7E have just received a large
v shipment of Ladies' Coat
Suits, and will have them on dis
play at our store for the next ten
day, at the small siim of $12.50, so.
don't fail to come and see them, as
we are sure this line has never be
fore been offered at this. price.-;', '
When Wrinkles Come.
The first wrinkle of age comes oa
the side of the cheek Just in front ot
the ear and its possessor is, as a rule,
the last person to notice it. Just be
hind the ear there is usually a f allies
off of tho roundness of tho neck, aasl
tho hair becomes thin, leaving a baI4
look on tho woman over 40 If she is
not careful to remedy these important
blemishes. Massage will do more for
these growing Imperfections than al
most any other facial defect.
Jf For Today." '- " f
Those who llvo on the mountain
have a longer day than those who llye
in tho valleys. Sometimes all we nee .
to brighten our day Is to rise a little
The agreeable persoa Is oae wbei
pretends to enjoy hearing aaother taBe
endlessly of him or herself.
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