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C. A. MORTON
Funeral Director and Embalmer
Atiy Gall Answered
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Ti-.i-'n-, f M uriiti-ioii,
ipnoinf HKMit Sifiirday
I Suu'lttv at i his pluce.
. Wlvia (Jhaudfor who has
v low with typhoid fevpr
. ed some better.
'Endio OofTmau uud family
.Sunday at 0. 0. Woodruff's
Nona Howell and Miss
7$ hi i Luffoon spent Saturday
) 'it ...d Suuday with Mrs. Let-
cl T over. ,
M Oarrio Ooffman spent
Sp with Ruth Oansler.
M f1 Mrs. 0. J. Ooffman aud
lil 'Mrs. Jim Todd made a
p' t call at J. H. Finley's
Essie Oranqr spent Satur-
Hi i Sunday with Miss Am-
v M Bohuie Suthard aud Mr.
.7 QmmIIs made a pleasantcall
aJ W K. Trovers Saturday after
n. A irh Finley who is attend
in .... fil at Midisonville spent
S imiiiv and Sunday at home
v,' t friends.
Al . J. H. Ftnlev visited Mrs.
O. ' !. WoodruiF Monday after-
'Irs. LeTodd spent Suuday at
M . Jesse Qnall3 spent Suuday
at U. I. Sutharde.
M -1 Minute aud Berth Laffoon
- ar J ihu DbVyjcler drove up to
' O i)iindale Suiday afternoon.
II . Teaauo spent Saturday
' ai 'if ut Dave LafFopns,
Olifton Poore and fiimllv spent
Sa urday qij;h,t in Mortons G.ip.
UliestefLaffftou aud wife call
d at Elvia Ohaudler's Sunday
cv lins:. " V , ," .': ,'. .
M"-. Jack Parkerr,'of the Orof
1o vicinity; ittehed" oh arch at
th pi ce 'Saturday. XUght;.' and
' Si) ilrtV. .'".'.
B. I. Suthard atteuded the
T'B t'Z'ngatSt Charles Suuday
Bro. Walter jjlafrtin, of Earl-
iDuti), will proiich next Sunday
even i ni: ut 2:00 o'clock. Every
Ixjdy invited to come.
Mr. Dexter LafFoon, of this
place is on the sick list.
Thoro could be no better medicine
Iban O'inmberbiins Cough remedy.
My children were all sick with
-wfeooping cough. Ono of thbin was
' in bed, had n hlRb fever and was
- eoHnhliiBrup blood. Our doctor gave
ifeom Obnmberlaia's Couh Remedy
and the first doao cased them, and
" three buttles cured them," payB Mrs.
K. A. Doualdsou. of Lexington,
v MlflB. For sale by all Dealers.
Second Hand Shoes
Repairing done while you wait. ' All Work Guar
anteed or your nioney. refunded.
Boston Snoe Repairing Shop
110 Main St
Promptly Day or Night.
I ,rai Kitpwy endy Savss
Two Ghiidi'80 In One Family
Ab'Kit oifi y,inr ft0 tv of mv
chil la :i HiiiT .'i-.i b.i iv from wnik
k! ''' t a'i i.ii:ib(ts. Th-y wuul
:.:vr j v-.rp apti of f1t8lnps an i
were ll run rthwu in honltu. I w.ii-Ju-t
ttbout -'Ueoiir i' 1. I :rir i jv
eral remedies ami Anally ft rtootnr.
but they dM not Improve. I kuw
of h TrlAiH who wa tvki! 8wtrn;i
Root for kidney troublo wiih pnwi
resu 1 1 and 1 decided to set s.m
for the ubildivn. I bad noticed tbiu
Mi.ro wore fomo tmprovemnt alter
they bad taken two larjj;o bottles and
continued to tfive it to them tin il
they had taken one-half-dozen bot
tles and were well on the road to re
covery. I think Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root has done more for my
cbildrer than any other medicine I
have tried aud reccommend it to
any one having obildreu suffer ac
Very truly youra,
R. V. Liseniiy.
Personally appeared before mo,
this 2nd day of July, 1009, R. W
Llstnbv, who subscribed to the
above statement aud made oath that
the same I? true in substance ami
A. W. IiiSENHY, Notary Public.
Dr. Kilmer . Co.
Binghamton N Y
Prove What Swamp-Hoot Will do for
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing
hamlon, N. Y., for a sample bottle
It will convnee anyone You will
also receive a booklet of valuable
information, telling al! about the
kidneys and bladder. When writing
be sure and mention the Earlington
Semi-Weekly Bee. Regular fifty
cent aud one-dollar size bottles for
sale at all drug stores.
There are three acts in the
comedy "Seven Days" that Mes
srs. Wagenhals & Kempor will
send to the GARRIOK THEA
TRE.. One is the drawing room
of a house on Riverside Drive in
New York.another in the kitchen,
the third on the roof. The stage
settings of this famously fuuuy
play are novel and handsome,
Tlli8 famous comedy will be at
Midtsonville Wednesday night,
Nov., 6th. Special prices 25c to
Miss Trixie Feu wick who went
ta,St Louis several days ago for
a visit, surprised her friends aud
relatives by announcing her mar
riage to Lori Wassoh', of St, Loills.
The wedding took place at Ball
ville, 111., on Oct.,22. Mr. Wjir
sou is a wholesale' produce mer
chant. Thev will make their
future home in St. Louis.
"It is a pleasure to tt-ll you that
Chamderlaln'H Cough Remedy Ib the
best cough remedy I have ever used,
writes Mrs. Hugh Campbell, of .La
vonia.'Ga. "I have used it with all
my children and the results have
been highly satisfactory." For Bale
by all Dealers.
The Ancient Arabic Order of
Nobles of the Mystic Shrine will
again on Nov, 7th accompany
the Novices across the sands,
leaving the Rizpah Temple on
date meutioued aud returuitm
when you cau.
Wants Other Women to Know
How She Was Finally
Restored to Health.
Louisiana, Mo.: "I think a woman
naturally dislikes to make hor troubles
known lo the public,
m 'usaffKaUk i but comniete restor-
tttion tohealth moans
so much to mo that
j ca-u'wt keep from
i !!' mine for the
:upi .; .vi t.uu o : auner-
H I HIT : 1 .
1 ii. I iad dfR
rjh "ivn pa'ins,
pninB ftt monthly perio -, bilious epella,
and was Ratting '"orae all the time. I
would hardly j. t over ono open" when I
would be sick again. No tongue can toll
what I suffered from crumps, and t
timos I could hardly wrlk. The dcators
eaid I miIit uio at. oh-j cf ihojie times,
but I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta
ble Compound and got better right away.
Your va!ac!blo medicine is worth moro
than mountains of gold to suffering wo
men." Mrs. Bertha Muff, 503 N. -1th
Street, TiiK-iana, Mo.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, made from nativoroots and herbs,
contains no narcotic or harmful drugs,
and to-day holds the record of being tho
most successful remedy for female illswe
know of, and thousands of voluntary
testimonials on file in tho Pinkham
laboratory at Lynn,Mass., seem, to prove
If you want special aiMce Trrltc to
lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. (confi
dential) Lynn, aiass. Your letter will
ho opened, read and answered" by a
TTOiuau and held lu strict coulldencc.
Will Take Rooms at Madison Hotel
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Rash, will
n a few d'tvs, take rooms at Ho
tal Madison for the winter. Mr.
B. W. Robinson, who has lately
accepted the position as superin
tendent of the Victoria Goal Go.
h 'II nceuuv Mr. R ish's residence.
Mr. Rish will pt'H maintain hi
office in the Eirliii.vton Bank
where he can be found most any
time he is wanted.
Children wbo'have worms-are' pale
cross, fretful aud sickly most of the
tune. To rid the little body of tbese
parnRltes WHITE'S CREAM VER
MIFUGE is an approved remedy,
When tbe worms have been drivpn
out the child grows strong, heaitby
and robust. Price 25c per bottle.
Sold by St. Bernard Mining Co. In
corporated, Drvg Department.
Excursion t Louisville
The L. & N. will run an exeur-
siori from Earlington to Lmus-
ville over the M. H. & E. rail
road ou November Srd. The
train will leave Earliugtou about
midnight, or to be exact 12:30 a.
m.r and will arrive iu Louioville
about 6 a.: m. Returnin the
train will Wve Louisville No
vember .3rd ;,; 8 p. in. Faro fur
the rouuu Irip $2.00 from Earl
iugtou, Oct. 29 and Nov. 1.
The root of all evil seems to thrive
ta any soiL l ondoa MalL
Pale-faced, weak, and
shaky women -who suffer
every day with womanly
weakness need the help
of a gentle tonic, with
a building action on the
womanly system. If you are
weak- you need Cardui,
the woman's tonic, because
Cardui will act directly on
the cause of your trouble.
Cardui has a record of
more than 50 years of
success. It must be good;
Th Woman's Tonic
Mrs. Effie Graham, of
Willard, Ky., says: "I
was so weak I could
hardly go.' I suffered,
nearly every month, for 3
years. When I began to
take Cardui, my back hurt
awfully. I only weighed
99 pounds. Not long after,
I weighed 115. Now. I
iJ do all iay work, and am
in gooa neaitn." begin
taking Cardui, , today.
I Vh 'i.
X Nortonville Notes X
Mr. and Mrs Jack Durham and
little daughter, of Mortons Gip,
visited relatives here Sunday.
The many friends of A. 0. San
ders, especially the Band Boys,
are glad to welcome him buck
from drme, Toun., where ho has
twpn for the Inst tew mouths. '
jss Ocil Brown spent Satur
day night aud Sunday with Mts
Besi$ie Lovau, at 0k Hill.
Robert Trat hen, of Drnkesboro
n ht-ri" S'.nr' .y Vi.-U!ii: to!.
tivt. We havi :i vr (iruanipd in
cfat'K cOi "'lie: i'ii Air. K.
M'lre, of theGnivevine c'liunry. .
MisfcAilet-ii Davi'! df the Bee
fortji, was iu town Monday.
fWr Wilkins i shaking hands
with old friends t-ince Ins arriv. 1 i
Irrttn Arkansas, whore he spent
We are soiry to report Mi.s.
John Hale no better at this writ
ing. Mrs. J. H, Trathen and sister
Miss Gertrude Littlepage visited
relatives hare last week.
Miss Floreuce" Kirkwood will
leave Saturday for Bowling Gneeu
where shejhas accepted apositiou
with the Cumberland Telephone
Mrs. Kate Withers, cf Earling
ton. visited friends here last1
J. H. Wilkins made a trip, to
Illinois last week.
John Mills who has teen on
the sick list is at his work again.
To Mv Friends: I am in the
Idle Hour Popularity Contest'
and respectfully ask that my
friends save their coupons for me
aud. help me to win the Watch or
Bracelet. I will appreciate auy
favor no mucter how saiall.
Fifty Fine Tailor Suits at Reduced
Prices, oim Sale Saturday. Moirmhig
Every Suit is made in the prevailing new Fall styles, of
strictly all wool materials, with Linings, Workmanship and
Fit guaranteed. No extra charge for alterations on these
Remember they are on sale Saturday morning, Novem
ber 2nd, at 8 o'clock. !' ,;
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WZr 1 a r fr r'C x
Many of our customers' want
The Best There Is
without regard to price-
To such good judges of good things
at ONE DOLLAR A POUND
as worth it, and much more
ST. BERNARD MINING CO.,
EE ADS PAY
THE Easterm manufacturers are now
closing out their sample Suits at
greatly reduced prices and our buyer has
shipped us by express fifty selectedi styles
in a good assortment of colors and sizes
so there wnl be something suitable for
Plenty of Stouts and Junior sizes as
well as Womens' and Misses sizes.
Conne early and get the choicest garments.
$30.00 Suits for
$25.00 Suits for
$22.50 Suits for
$20.00 Suits for
$18.00 Suits for
$15.00 Suits for
$1 1 .75
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