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PAUL M. MOORE.
EDITOR AND PUBLISHER
J. E. PAWOETT
ASSOCIATE EDITOR AND BUSINESS MANAGER
Kentucky Press Association
Second District Publishers League
slnirle issuo 15o por lucli
Jjtioals and Inside Pages,
Readers lOo per line
Rpsolutioils ?ind Cards of
TJmnks Go per line
Obituary Poetry 6c per Hue
Blight reductions on time
contraot display advertise
ments. Also locals that run
several mouths'wifhout change
Entered at the Earllnsxton
Pnoh Oflloe as Second Class
I Branch Office, in Ben Slalon's Office, Next Door to Postoffice, Madison-
vlllc, Kentucky, Phone No. 24-2 Kings-MISS AlLZbN UAV1S, Mgr.
Ethel D. Terry,
Nannie Mae Love,
Elena Smith, -Virginia.
Oora L. Stoddard,
A. E. Arnold,
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310 REASON TOR 0U JT
SMcmcnt of Ft(j Backed
. We guarantee complete relief to
all sufferers from constipation. lu
eyry .case where we .fall Vo will
etipplv llie medlotiYe fre.
Tuesday, October 15,1912 1
List of Teachers of Hopkitn County
R. Xj Dever, Providence
Cass L. Walkpr; Madrsonvllle
Virgil Hubb ud, Dalton
V. S. 'Morgan, " 7
Jas. H. Cox, MadisonviUo
Mrs. Czie 0;Uee, Nortonville
Roy Utley, Silent Run ' '
George Lnvau. Crofton
A. L. Veasy, Hanson
GertruJe Fox, White Plains
Elsie Wilson, Madisonville
C. W. Wright, HaiiBon
Mrs.O. W. Wright "
.E. Cardwell, Manitou
Mrs. Belle P. Berry, Mannlngton
v Gilbert Branson, Slaugh t e r v 1 1 1 e,
Lizzie Teague, Mannlngton
Honor Mulleribix. Mad isonvlllo,
Jtuby G. Sisfc, Earlington
Ellzabuth, Kemp, "
May Sights, Madisonville
C. E. Dudley, Earlington
Katharine Howard, "
Edna 0. Wootou, Mad Is o u v 11 1 e
J. D Sisk, ir Route 2
Cornelia Quitin, Dalton
0.'L. McGcBgor, Madisonville, R. 1
ClPinon Crowley. Slauglite r v 1 1 1 e,
Froy Crowloyj " Routs 2
Constance Brown, Dawson Springs
O. P. Bailey, Madisonville, Route 5
Grace Hooker, Olnoy
Willie Ruth BurkeSlauRhtervillo
M, F. Ashby, Hanson, Route 1
Mary Mothershpad, Earliugton
R. H. Morgan, Dalton
Gruof Cox, Madisonville, Route 2
3. B Lutz, Hanson
Mrb. Helen V. Osburn, Madisonville
Amon L. Morgan, "Dawson Springs
Essie Treut, Dalton
ituby Neisz, Kirkwood Springs
Rutb Hobgopd, SI a u g h t e r v i 11 e,
Georgie Pordy, Kirkwood Springs
Nannie Porter, 'Nebo
Mae Dunn, Dawson Springs
Artibttl Glvona, MadisonviUo
Ida Tomblliison, Sla u g h t e r v 11 1 e
Mrs. Nora A, Orton, Route 2
Vera Mulleiiiilx, MadisonviUo
B. 0. Crick, Crofton V
.Pansy Humphrey, Madl s o u v 1 1 1 e
Jessie MUe'tfttj, MadisonviUo
J. F. Nail, Clay
Aunes Rich, Dawson SpriuRS
Rebecca Ho6good, u . -
Ira Cook, " Route 1
Flora E.. Franklin ., " . - .4I -Claude
Porter, Madisonville Route 2
Mrs. Ella P. Davis, Daniel Boone
Pearl Wyatt, Dalton
Gusta James, Hanson
Grada Brown, .Dawson Springs
Charles Wilson, Nebo, Route 1
Alhe, Campbell, Nebo
Goldler Totten, Mad ih o n vi 1 le.
Carrie Hanner, u Route 8
Minnie Kfugton, Mortons Gap
Sallye Daves, ' "
J. P. Hudson, Hamby Station
Mrs. Lonnie Whitfield, Nortonville
Aoie Callis, Sebree
Tinio Lutz, Dawson Springs
Georgie Amett," Madisonville,
F. K. Beshear, Daweon Springs
Zerelda Sawyers, St. Charles
Jas. E. Ashby, MadiBonvllle, Route 4
R. W. Franklin, Dawson Spriyps,
Frances Jenuings, Madisonville
OattaE. StodghHI, "
W. B. Furgerson, Nortonville
S. T. Franklin, St. Charles
Taylor Cranor, "
Mattle E. Shaw, Daniel Boone
J. C. Jenkins, Dawson Springs
Venerah Lutz, '
Carmlllle P, Lackey,
Reavio U. Oates, .
Hazel Fawcett, Madisonville
L iln Allen, Mortons Gap
V. P. Henry, MadisonviUo
Audrey Cavanah, Ma d 1 s o n v i 1 1 e,
Route 1 (
Nola Wilke.v, Dawson Sp'gs, Route 1
Flora Wilkey " . Route 1
J. W. Towery. Shady Grove, Route 1
William Brown, Hanson
Hermon Jackson, Mad i s o n v 1 1 1 e.
Claude Neal, Manitou, Route 1
Mrs. W. J. Brown, Hanson
Nealte Hibba, Manitou, Route 1
Rachel Goffman, Slaugh torvi lie,
William Purdy, Kirkwood 3prings
Ethel Cox, Dawson Springs
Ella Howell, "
Lucile Cox, "
Vd'nle Boasley, White PiainB
Mrs. Willie Sizemore, St. Charles
Claude Gates, Nebo
rfattle Gamblin, Earlington
Berh Hobgnod, Nebo
Hugh Egbert, Dalton
R. B Rubins, .Madisonville
Harper Gatlio "' . ".
A Log On The Track: ?- .
of tho fast express means sorluus
trouble ahead if not removed, so
does loss of appetite. It means'lnck
or "vitality, loss of strength and i
are a gen tie t
effective, dependable, and safe bowel
regulator, strengthener aud tonic.
They re-establish natures funetions
In a quint, easy way, They do not
cause any inconvenience, griping or
nausea. They are so . pleasant to
take'.and work so easily that they
may bo taken, by auyone at auy
rime. Thoy thoroughly tone up the
nerve weakness. If apptlh? falls. I W"U1 ByBlBU1 lu "e"iy acuvny.
take Electric JSItters quickly to i Bcxall OrderlieB are uusurpassa
ovoroomn tho cause by toning up t blu ,mU ldeal for tl,e U3e of children
the stomnoh nnrt c-nrlmr tln l.wn.mo. u " Him ueiicate persons. Wo
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uttiniui mo uiuiy recoinmenu tnem
B. M. SLATON
Funeral Dirscfor. :; LicsnsiD Embalmir
v eall. oa.lltj Day
NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE,
Office Phone 324-2 ' Reace Pkone 124r3'
MADISONVI1.LE, V KENTUCKY
New Deadly Weapon. -'
A rovolver has been built ihto tha
handle of a now sabre to enable a
mniv to use either weapon without
changing tho position of his hand.
tlon. Mieunol Hesshellner of -Lin
coln, Nob., had been sick ovor three
yoar, but six bottlea of EleCtrlo
Bitters put him right on his feet
again. Thoy have hnlped thou
sands. They give pure blood. Btrpm;
nerves, good digestion. Only 50
centB at all druggists.
to all sufferers from auy ovll Two
bIzob, lOo and 25c. .Remember, you
can obtain Rexall Remedies in this
community only at our store The
Rexall Store. St. Bernard Mining
Co., Incorporated, Drug Department.
Chronic rheumatism contracts tho
muscle?, distorts the joints and un.
dermluos the .strength. A powerful
penetrating and rollovlmr remedy
will be found in BALLARD'S SNOW
LINIMENT. It restores strength
aud tmppolnoaK to tho ncti'tig limbs.
Price 25c. 50c and $1.00 per bottle.
Sold by'SI. Bernard Milling Co., In
corporated, Drug Department
Geld Hoarded In Turkey,
Throughout tho Turkish empire, es
pecially In tho rural districts, gold ki
hoarded In tho forai of joweIryt ,
. Saves leg of Bby -
"Jt seemed that my 14 year eld
boy would have tojosahfc Jfcg, on
account of an ugly ulcor, ubummI by
a bad biuivoj'1 wroto D. F. Howard
Aiuoue, N. O. "All remidi-a and
doctors treatment failed till we
tried Buokleu's Arnica Slre. and
cured hltn'with one box," Ourea
bums, boils, Bkln ernptlous, piles.
,28c at all druggists,
Get Your Season Ticket
The Store of Standard Makes
of Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes
This store is sole distributor of STACY
ADAMS, WALKOVER and KING QUAL
ITY SHOES for MEN; QUEEN QUALI
TY QLJnTTQ W WnATRN ATAT ONTTTV
SHOES for MISSES and ' CHILDREN.
and EXCBLSIOR SHOES for BOYS
1 1 Each manufacturer of these famous makes of Shoes stancls at the head of the
list of manufacturers in his line.
Every sales person in our organization is. interested in getting everybody to
wear ;o'ne of these standard makes of Shoes. ' .; 1
It will be a pleasure for theroj to give their best 'service to everyone who enters
our store. . .
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. Courteous; Treatment and Perfect Fitting Our Motto
Season tickets for Lyceum
"Course now on sale. Let subscrib
ers and others call on Mr. Ells
worth Eyans, Treasurer, at Earl
iirgton Batik, who will be pleased
to wait on you.. Price of season
tickets, 5 numbers $1.25, school
The first number will be given
Monday evening,. October 2L If
X you want a season ol entertain-
cifftent of a good clean 'quality, get
fefQuf ticket before that time, v
Our Men's Shoes
May be well termed the exception which proves
the rule, for not only are they manufactured) uader the
hand made standard of years ago, but they possess in
addition to the leathers of quality, workmanship of su
periority and all that is worthy in present day features
Comfort That feature which should be of foremost
consideration in the purchase of footwear
is cloubly assured in our standard makes. The manu
facturers know how to incorporate comfort in their
product. 'On the other hand, we: are skilled in the art
of comfort fitting. All Men's Shoes fatted in our ex
clusive Men's Department, where men can shop With
Our Ladies" Shoes
- Are the perfection of style made ip myriad lasts,
and all desirable fabrics and leathers, and the quality
of matrial and workmanship is unsurpassed.
Patterned after our own ideas, nade of the high
est grade materials and excellence of workmanship,
which have made "Queen Quality"" Shoes the standard
of shoe values the world over. s
This noted factory has attained the high distinc
tion of being the largest in the world devoted solely
to the manufacturing of Women's Shoes. We extend
. an invitatioR to alH to visit our store to examine our
complete line of this famous brand of footwear. See
the WONDER WORKER Sole, the most flexible in
the world. Special attention given to fitting you prop
7 BoysShoes ?
In all our business experience we liave bent bur
efforts to fully meet the requirements of the boys.
Mothers and Fathers We can take caW your
Boys Shoe business to
your entire satisfaction. Ve can furnisli the strong,
sturdy shoe for school with snap and style to it, and
dur assortment of dressy Shoes for nice wear will meet
with your approval.
Boys' Shoes in Men's" Department
Maloney Shoes for the Girls
Possess that standard of excellence that isjift
questionable. This successful organization devote all
their brains ahd energy to the manufacturing of Girls'
and Infants' Shoes exclusively, ther'eby attaining a
higher state of perfection and efficieney than-they could
by making several different lines urider the same head,
It is with much satisfaction that we a.nnouncs to the
Girls and Infants .that the new fall line is open for
their inspection. -
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