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EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KY TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1912
E. L. WISE
Democratic Nominee for
Will appreciate the vote
and influence of every Dem
ocrat and the progressives
of other parties.
Nov. Sth. Polls
Open 6 a. in.
to 4 p. m.
KILLS LARGE HAWK
0 The Chicken Variely Measured Four
Feet From Tip to Tip
.Robert Noursc is about tbe
youngest Nimrod in tlio country.
While out hunting lust SiMirdnv
he killed a lnrge Olnckeu Hawk
aua brought the wiiJg to the Bee
Office n& a trophy of his prowess.
The hawk measured four feet
from tip to tip of wing and its
talons were an inch loug. ltib
ert is quite proud of In .mark-
Excursion to Louisville
The L. & N. will ruiru excur
sion from E.irlingtou lo Louis
ville over the M. H. & E. rail
road on November 3rd. The
traiu will leuyeEarlmgton about,
midnight, or to bo exact 12:00 a
mM and will arrive in Louisville
abont 6 a in. Returning the
train will leave Louisville No
v mber 3rd at 8 p. m. Fare for
the round trip .$2.00 from Earl
iugton, Oct 20 and Nov. 1.
New Church at Mortons Gap
Suuda evening llev. Walter
N. M'irUu preached in the Odd
Fellows Hall at Mortons Gap on
subject of 'The Ohurch," and at
the conclusion an organ izttiou
of the. M. E. Church, South, was
effected with a membership of
ten. Quite a number more are
expected to enroll themselves in
the chnrch, and after a good, live
revival in the near future it is
hoped to have a live, prosperous
organization at that place. Th s
is a matter Unit should have been
done sooner, but now the pros
pects are bright for a live, pros
perous, spiritual life for the new
organizations. Bro. Martin will
preach in the Hall next Sunday
night at 7:80 on the subject of
"Friendship," with practical
lessons on this subject from a
religious and church standpoint.
Also to attend cottage prayer
5 meeting Thursday night at 7:30
ax tbe residence of Mr. J. R.
O.wanaugh in the South end of
Hon. D. 11. Kincheloe
Will Vddress the Voters qf
Earhugtou at the City Hall on
the political issues of the day,
Thursday night, Oct. 81st. Eve
ry one invited to come out and
You Know the Kind.
' "What sort of a chap In Wonfbat to
camp with?" "He's one of those fel
lows who always takes down a mando
lin about the time it's up to somebody
ts fei busy with the frying paa."
TheOorbin bros. shipped a car
load of cattle to Louisville Tues
day. Martin O'Brien iB bujlding a
new house on West Bernard St.
near the depot.
Dr. E. B Hrtidin the dentist
from Madisonville was in town
all last week at work on his pro
Jim Gnoch, of the Rose Creek
Ooun'rv has a new 10 lb boy at
his house, little Ti fiord.
Mrs. O. M Lute left Thursday
for Commerce, Texas, to join her
husband Prof. C M. Lute who
has the chair of Science in the
Normal School at that place, the
many friends of Miss Tot regret
to Bee her leave and wish her all
appiuess in her new home.
Prof. Claude Cates took his
School to hickory ridge Friday,
nuttiqg. Miss Erma Hill who
teaches the primary department
did not go with her little folks it
being too cool, the crowd gather
ed 5 bushels of tint?. , v"
Mis'? Pauline Cox, of thih town
is assisting MrF. J. F Hill iu her
millinery store at Ooiltown.
Mr-i. D. Q. Kmchloe entertain
er of Madisouvillo will be at the
Court house here next Friday
night uuder'tho auspices of the
girl's home mission society, pro
ceeds to oStQthe M E. .Church.
HoustpnOarneal a little pupil
of 'Miss Grace Cox, who is teach
ing at Pleasant ridge was bitten
by a mad dog last Friday week,
Monday hiB father took him to
Bowling Green where he is being
Mrs. Morton and Mrs. Eliza
Hoffman went horseback riding
last Friday evening when Mrs.
Hoffman's horse stumbled and
fell throwiutr her off bruising her
face-and shakiug her up badly,
but not seriously." She is now
able to be up again but will take
her rides in a buggy hereafter.
Bro. T. D. Moore, of Hopkins.
ville, filled his regular appoint
ment at the Christiau Ohurch
Sunday and at night.
Claude Porter, Claude Gates
and Edd Hoffman, our boys, took
the civil service examination at
Bert Hobgood begins the mail
route riding 1st. November.
Mr. und Mrs, John Salmon aud
boy David. John Green andJSlrs.
Fannie Salmon, of Madisouville
spent Sunday at Nebo.
Physical Work of the Y. M. C, A.
Prof. Gattou has so kindly
agreed to take a .class of High
School Boys in Gymnasium Mon
day, Wednesday aud Friday af
ternoon for one hour after which
he will coach aud train the bas
ket ball teams.
We have to have a no. 1 and
no. 2 Y. M. 0. A. team, a High
School aud a Scout team in tho
Held this winter, also two Busi-
nesB Men's Class in volley Ball
which will meet Tuesday and
Thursday uight. Young mou
should join and enjoy igood
Mr. Watkins will have fonr
classes, of small boys on the floor
and on Saturday he hopes to
have a class of boys from 10 to 12
who are not old enough to belong
to the association,
Committees are being appoint
ed and teams' formed which we
hope a more complete schedule
Mr. S. A. Harris State Y. M. C.
A. Boys worker arrived in Midi
Ronvillo Tuesday and was iveh a
night to which all Hitrli SchonJ
boys were invited and 24 were
present. After supper Mr. Harr s
spoke in interest of organizing a
High School Bible Club telling
what they did at Owensboro,
Henderson, Fraukfort and other
Ky. towns. Bro D. M. Harrison
then made a very earnest appeal
for Bible Class study, painting
out that the success of most of
our big men was gained by knowl
edge of the Bible.
Wedndsday morning Mr. Har
ris spoke 8Q minuteB at high
school followed by 15 minutes
from local secretary aud at a busi
ness meeting that afternoon.
Thirty-five boys joined in elec
ting a Pros., Vice Pres,, Sec'y.,
and Treap., of the class. They
will have the first m seting in Y
M. 0. A. Friday niht at 0:15
when a lunch will be served.
M. E. Church South
Splendid uotig-ega lions wor
shiped at the M. E. Ohurch
South last Sabbath, The servi
ces were well attended for the
eutiie day. The Sabbath s cho d
is growing. Every old pupil who
has lost the habit of attending
the Sabbath school is most cordi
ally invited to attend uextSab
batli. The prayer jneeting ser
vices is grow mg in interest. The
Subject for next Wednesday eve
ning is "'Hatred.", TJiere were
three add i 1 16ns" to the- church
No Chance for Him.
"Therol" eald tho ambitious young
man when ho had finished his great
cple, "that's done. Now ell that. Is
necessary Is to find a publisher and
cause the public to becomo Interested
In mo. Confound It! I have no
friend whose wife would be willing
to cause a commotion by eloping with
mo." ' y
Might Be the Fact.
Burglars who broko Into c Paris
flat recently removed all the fashion
able pannier drosses belonging to the
mistress of tho house and left a num
ber of old skirts. "Tho police," Bays
a Paris correspondent, "suspect a
fashion expert." We, on tho other
hand, are inclined to wonder If tho
burglary was not committed by the
lady's husband, who may easily have
been a simple-hearted fellow who
wished to seo his wife becomingly
dressed for a week or two. By
stander. Intolerance Not a Virtue.
Persons sometimes associate intoler
ance with strength and firmness of
.conviction; but Intolerance Is -far
more a feature1 of Ignorance, defective
sympathy, Imperfect grasp of truth.
We want tho charity that makes al
lowance for other people's points of
view without wavering from its own.
Make Your Gas Mantles Last.
Before you use a now gas mantle,
soak it in vinegar and hang it up to
dry. In this way a brilliant light Is
obtained and tho burners will last
twice as long, ns usual, even in a
draughty room. McCall's Magazine.
French Revenue From Gambling.
From tho stale tax on games of
chance, including tho tax on the total
izator, the machine which registers
race track bets, the French govern
ment receives about $1,500,000 a
The Reason Why.
"Madam, I am just out of the hos
pital, and" "Don't tell me any such
atory as that! You are the same
man I gave a piece of pie to not two
Weeks ago." "Yes'm, dat was Just
fore I went to do hospital." Houston
Food for Thought Here.
A southerner, who l.a3 his own way
of stating things, inquires whether
the world is fair "In dealing with
Ood'a services." "We will criticise a
long sermon," he Bays, "a lengthy
prayer, or any lengthy religious serv
ices, but sit quietly through a two
hour political speech, a funny lecture
or evea a monkey show'
There would be slight dan
ger from colds if only the
firBt warnings were heeded
and something takonto stop
the attacks before they have
a chance to develop. The
shiver, sneeze and disagree
able dryness in the throat
mav mean the approach of
Robinson's Grippe Tablets
will preveut any serious re
sults. They drive out the
1 c'd completely in a few
.hour. We guarantee them.
Ben T. Robinson
Corner Drug Store
Mortons Gap, Kentucky
4. Nutting Party
A 5'ollj party left at an early
hour Saturday morniug for Pond
River, bottoms where they spent
the day gathering nuts. After
having spent a very pleasant
day they returned late in the af
ternoon with an abundant supply
of nuts. The following compos
ed the party :- Msdames A. J.
S'oke4v. S, M. Bourland, " Geo.
MotliersheaJ, W. S. McGary,
Alben& Keown, Misses Eflie
tokMiy Mothersliead, Ruby
Sisk'and Messrs Porter Willis,
Steve Mothershead aud Ed Tin
To My Friends; I am -in the
Idle flour Popularity Contest
aud respectfully ask tnat my
friends save their coupons for me
and help me to win the Watch or
Bracelet. I will appreciate any
favo? uo macter how small.
THE DOCTOR'S QUESTION
Much Sickness Due to Bowel Disorders
A doctor'6 first question when'con-
&ulted by a patient is, "are your
bowels regularf " He knows that 98
per cent of Illness 1b attended with
inactive bowels and torpid llvqr, and
that this condition must be removed
gently uud thoroughly before health
can be reutored.
Rexall Orderlies are a positive,
pleaBaut and safe rome Jy for constl
pnrion and bowel disorders in gener
al. We are so certain of their great
remedial value that we promise to
return the purchaser's money In
every caBe when thoy fail to produce
Rexall Orderlies are eaten like
candy, they act quietly and have a
sootliing, strengthening, healing in
fluonco ou the entiro intestinal tract.
They do notpargo, gripe caiiBe nau
sea, flatulence, excessive looseness,
diarrhoea or other annoying efleot.
They are especially good for child
ren, weak persona or old folks. Two
sizes, 25c and lOo. Sold only at our
store The Rexall Storo, St. Ber
nard Mining Co. Incorporated Drug
Rebublican Campaign Fund
New York, Oct. 28. The Re
publican National Committee an
nounced Saturday that the total
contributions received up to
within five days amounted to
$498,000, of which $477,00.0 was
expended iu this 'state for cam
paign expenses. Tlie numbor of
contributors to the fund was giv
en as about 1,000 and the largest
individual bequest as $25,000.
The doner was Andrew Carne
gie. ' ,
"What 1b a court of laat resort, pa?"
-Courting as old maid." Judge.
'Round The Reundhense
(By R. R. RiUr)
Several railroaders and gentle
men have been accused of mak
ing up the stuff that appears oc
caBioually under the above head
ing. Some of tbe accused are:
G. D. Cowoll, 11. B. Salmons,
Walter Daves, Porter Willis,
W. K. Pilkington, Andy Hardy
and G. M. Armstrong. It is no
secret who iB doing the writing
and for the information for those
who really wish to know, I ac
knowledge that I am tho guy
who does the stunt.
General Foreman Salmdn was
in Hopkiusville Friday.
G M. Armstrong was in Madi-souville-Saturday
Porter Willis was off sick Sat
urday. However, it is rumored
that he weut uuttini: und eujoved
himself most luxuriously, having
bacon for dinner.
Paul Pilkington went to Hod
kinsville again Sunday.
W. A. Hdrdy weu to Nash
villeon 51 Friday.
Clerk W. E. Daves was in
The above sentences makes me
think of something real interest;,
ingithar happened last Thursday
night. Just as I was comiug in
town on a traiu I heard a noise
at the City Hall and as we passed
through the yards I looked out
at the caboose door and heard
tlie following eminating from
ffikl . .j -..-..A ..--.rv . - A. '
Who is for the railroad man?
Who helps you out whene'r they
Who tells you how to cast your
For the, needful things thoy aro
In a way that does not get your
Who gets the speakers for the
That spoul to us just for a song?
Hon. A. 0. Stanley
Of Henderson, will address the
voters of Hopkins County at the
Opera House,Citv of Earlington
Tuesday, Oct. 29, 7:30p. m.
On the political issues of the day.
Who says the day is' now in sighX
When the working men are trea
And will Hve in history like a "
Where are the men that treats
Wildou Marshall Olnb.
Where they neither curse, drink '
Wilson Marshall Olnb.
Where is the placo to spend yooR
And "hear the speakers voices '
And get noma early (?) affee
Wilson-Marshall Olnb. '
This was not all of the song
but you wiM have to see him for
the reatofnt,'as'tbe train- pulled
down iu the yard and I- only '
heard the echoes of the last ver
ses. Engineer H. L. Smith Is ofT
Several Hundred heavy-repair
shop cars have been sent to.New
Djcatur, Ala. for repairs.
"Aud she felt of her bolt in the-' ,
Fireman J. F. Whiteell is lay
ing off, account sticking a rusty
nail in one of his feet.
Pinkuev Willi has gone to
BakerB with a bruised arm. He
is getting no better fast.
A Bargain Month
rchiB is the EvmiBville Courier's..
annual bargain mouth. Subscrip
tions will be taken in October -for-
only $2.00, covering the daily Cour
ier by mail one year. Thousands of
subscriptions are now being receive V
ed by this fine newspappr.
Smali Blaze at Idle Hour Theatre Satur"
There was a slight blaze at tho
Idle Hour Theatre Saturday
evening, nobody hurt, and no
damage done and no one even,
got frightened. This goes to
show you that out side of the
beauty and comfort of this pret
ty little Theatre it is absolutely
fire proof and you run no risk
whatever when ,you go to this
banquet at tbe Y. M. 0. A. that
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