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EARL1NGT0N, HOPKINS COUNTY, KY., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1912
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Mirror Screen Will Always Win
WILSON OUR NEXT
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Woodrow WUson is the peoples cnoiceinonG,lbertKlncandMnccie Tar-.
by the largest majority that ever elected a
President except one time and that was in
190.8 when Roosevelt defeated Bryan-
The total number of electoYtal votes
cast for Wilson was' 498 out of a possible
531, ior Roosevelt 20, for Taff 13. The re
1 suit not in doubt at any time after the returns
began coming. It was Wilson from the
Jack Whltford entertained
number of his little friends at a
Hallowe'en Party last Thursday
evening at his home on S. Main
street The house was beauti
fully decorated in colored lights
giving it the ghostly appearance
of the occasion. Although the
raiu interferred with some of the
program which was planned, the
little hos furnished an abundant
' supply of amusement which the
guests enjoyed. Among some of
the features were a pumpkin
contest which was won by Miss
Laura Tnrker, and the best dis
guised ghost prize was won by
The Jit tie folks who ventured
out to enjoy the evening were
Misses Sarah Fenthcrston, Thel
raa King, Sarah Orutchfield,
Lsna OavH, Ailcen Fox, Laura
Parker, Florello Wright, Mary
Martin, Susan Mane Orutchfield,
Margaret Dudley, Junie Foard
and Grace Haden, of Texas, Jim
mie D. Emderton and Gladys
Whitford. Masters Tommie
Feathorston, Uarl Umstead, Beu
lahTravjp, Rex Hampy, Manou
Oldham, Harolb Oldham, Nelson
McOreary, Eugene Witherspoon,
Ttfalcom Stokes and Lonnie Ds
shon. After an evening of fuu and
frolio lunch was served and All
returned home tired but happy.
Roosevelt Congratulates Wilson
Shortly before midnight Ool.
Roosevelt sont the following tel
egram to Gov. Wilson'.
' -The American People by a
great plurality have couferred
upon you the highest Ji.tfnor in
tljeir gift. I congrawaje you
Majority of 465 Electonal Votes
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St. Charley Talk
Quite a crowd snprised Mr. and
Mrs. Lon Davis last Thursday
night with a pound party. All
report a nice time in. spite of the
inclemency of the weather, fol
lowing are the n.ames of those
who were there ; Mr. and Mrs.
Wes Cook, Mr, and Mrs. Horace
Tally, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sol
mon, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Davif,
Mr. and Mrs. James Woodruff,
Mr. and Mrs. WillHigmnbottom,
Mrs. H. J. Bryan, Mrs, B. F.
Gilliland, Mrs. Riley R timer,
Mrs. Bud- Long, Miss Zdrelda
Siwyer, Mi6s Verna Galloway,
Miss Eya Woodruff, Mr. Geo.
Trove and M Rufus Woodruff.
Dr. and Mrp. 0. P. Curry gave
the yonng folks a party Hal
loweeti night in honor of Miss
Berenice Baker, nice refresh
ment were served and was ejoyed
by all. Those who were present
were Myra Keunclt, FeruN chols
Bessie and Ruby Cook., Maude
Gribble, Ruth MeEuen", Jettie
Jenkins, Blanche Kennetjt, Josie
Baker, Wahneta Graham, Miy
aud Opal Warren, Charlie Sisk,
Bessie Trover, Hobart and Neal
Sisk, Oliarley Jenkins, Charley
Long, Fiuas Blanks, Keneth
Teague, Willie Trover, Clarence
Woodruff, Joe D vis, Perry Fijull
and Glem Trover.
Miss Mona Faull who is atten
ding school in Dawson was here
Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. H. J. Bryan is ill with
Will Gnbble spent Friday
night in Madisonvilie.
Lenta Cranpr. and Willie. Col
lins areill with chicken pox.
Norris R. King, Gertie O'Ban-
President by a
ner motered over from Eirliug-'
Mrs. M. E' Wallace is in Mad
isonvilie. Grandma Blanks was not so
A few of , the young folks had
a nartv.at the Hall .Halloween
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Mr. aud Mrs. Archie E. Grib
ble were out hunting persimmons
James Forrest the little son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Woodruff has
Mr. aud Mrs. Robt. Davis
spent Sunday with his parents
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Davis.
Maxie Gilliland, Hobart Sisk,
Finas Blanks and Norris King
were in Earlington Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dennison
who have been visiting her par
ents Mr. and Mrs. M. 0. Stewart
nave returned to their home in
Mrs. J no. Kariper who has
been ill for sometime isuo better
Bob Davis, Clarence Woodruff
and Ed. Blanks huve been out
training their dogs getting rady
for the 15 th.
Mrs. Carrie Kamper who vis
ited relation here last week has
returned to her home inGilmore
D. D Woodruff who stuck a
nail in his foot last week is able
to be out, agaiu. -T
Mrs. J.V. MeEuen and daugh
ter Ruth visited relatives in Ear
Mr. R. L. Blanks of Madison
vilie is visiting relatives here.
The Co. are building au addit
ion to our hotel' quite ahimprDv
anient and should have been done
Quite a crowd
was out to the
Christian Endeavor Sunday eve
ning Banns'Were Called in Church
The banns of Mr. J. McClain
of Farmersville, 111. aud Miss
Alouise O'Brien of this city were
called iu the Ob q roll of Immacu
late Conception Sunday.
The wedding will take place in
about three week-i. Mr. McClain
is a prosperous bauker. of Farm
ersville and Miss O'Brien is one
of the most charming and p.opu
I,ir,youug ladies in this city.
: MIRROR SCREEN
A New Glass Curtain Recently
Invented and Patented
; Has Just Been
THE IDLE HOUR THEATRE
- Mr. Walker, manager of the
1 lie Honr Theatre, has again
6 iowii his enterprise and his so-
hcjtifde for the comfort and J
pleasure of his patrons by the
installation of a "MIRROR
SCREEN" into his beautiful
Motion Picture Tueatre. The
"Mirror Screen" is a new inven
tion whereby Motion Pictures
are made bright, brilliant and
clear and at the same time the
light is softened aud diffused so
that the pictures are most de-
,ljjjhtful, pleasant and agreeable
to the eyes. Somenraes people
complain that the pictures hurt
their eyes. This is completely
eliminated by the use of the
"MIRROR SCREEN," which is
in reality a most beautiful and
costly Mirror, manufactured and
scientifically treated to reflect
motion pictures in an entirely
different appearance from the
usual way. Its innovation is
practically transforming the mo
tion picture business, bringing
them to greater popularitv. The
"MIRROR SCREEN" can ouly
be Been exclusivrly at the Idle
Hour Theatre and it will pay
everyone to call and note the
wonderful .difference produced
by this new method of projec
ting Motion pictures.
Children who have worms. aro pale
croas, fretful aud sickly most of the
time. To rid the little body of these
parasites WHITE'S CREAM VER
MIFUGE is an approved remedy.
When tho worms have been driven
out the child prows strong, healthy
and robust. Price 25c per bottle.
Sold by St. Bernard- Mining Co. In
corporated, Drvg Department.
Book Club Octave Thanet Met
The Octave Thanet Book Olub
had their unnual meet at the
home'of Mrs. Frank Rash Mon
day afternoon at 8 o'olock. This
meeting is held ouce each year
for the purpose of a drawing -for
the books which is a gift to each
member of the club. Eleven of
the members were present and
acted for those who were unable
to attent. A very interesting
aftprnoou was (spent discussing
the difFereut topics.
There could be uo better mediciuo
than Chamberlains Cough remedy.
My children were all sick with
whooping eoughA One of thbm was
In bed, bad a high fever aud was
couching up blood.- Our doctor gave
tbom Chainberlain'B Couh Remedy
and the first dose eased them, and
throe buttles cured them," says Mrs.
R. A. Donaldson, of Lexington,
Miss. For sale by all Dealers.
Taking No Chances.
At a domestic economy lesson, the
Northern Christian Advocate reports,
little Emily was asked to state briefly
the best way to keep inllk from sour
ing. Her answer was . certainly brief
and to the point. It ran: "Youibould
iMye It in the pow."
Watch Tomorrow Night
EVANS DEFEATS WISE
IN THE RAGE FOR MAYOR:
DAN M. EVANS ELECTED MAYOR
BYA SAFE MAJORITY-
Runs a Head of His Party and
Carries Earlington for Mayor
Dan M. Evans runs a head of his party and is elected
Mayor with a majority of 239 votes the result was in doubt
until all the precincts had reported.
Nebo Notes I
Dr. Tilford reports several pa
tients with typhoid-fever--L.y
Sam Townsand has bought the
the W. T. King house and lot on
East Main St., consideration un
known. Martin O'Brien's new house is
nearing completion, he has four
men at work on it and all four
are left handed workmen.
Mr. and MrB. W. E. Durham
with their son Falcoin and Mibs
Goldie Roland went on an auto
mobile trip to Stursis, 01 ay and
WhoatcroYt several days last
Mrs. W. D, Tudor and boc John
and Mrs. Watkins, of Greenville,
are visiting Mr6. 0. R. Morton
Mrs. Tudor's daughter.
Mrs. Tom Oansler and little
daughter Mary Helen of Earling
ton visited her father's family J.
L. Rogers last week. .
Miss Bertha Gater, of Madison
vilie, spent Saturday and Snnday
with home folks.
Mrs. J. Y.Mitchell and Mrs. A.
0. Byrum went to Madisonvilie
Mtb. H. R. Cox is on the siuk
Mrs. J. B. Peyton is. much im
proved this week.
Mrs. Bettio Johnson of the
Johnson island Country saw the
belled buzz lrd last week it was
fly i in: low, she saw his hell and
heard it too, he had come to
make a meal at a Slaughter pen
Charlie Tounsand came near
losing his irou gre.y horse, Selim,
Thursday night, it was dark and
he was driving fast when he met
Mr. Rice of Coiltown driving rap
idly too the buggy shaft of Rices
bunny struck the brest of Ohae.
horse piercing to the depth of
four iuches he was a bloody ani
mal when he turned back td town
win re Dr. Morton staunched the
blood the horse seems to be get
ting along all right now bnt it
was a close crll.
Her Ready Refuge.
When a woman is cornered,
doesn't kaow what to say she stakes
a BoUe like a laugh.
Ofer That Involves No Risk For
Those Who, Accept It
We are so positive our remedy
will relieve constipation, .that we of
fer to furnish It free of all cost if t.
Constipation is caused by weak-1"
nesa of the nerves and muscles of
the larce Intestines or descending:
colon. To expoct relief yon must
therefore tone tip and strengthea '
thoBo organs- and restore them tv
We want yon to try Rexall Ord
erlies on our guarantoo. They are
eaten like sandy, and are particu
larly ideal for children. Tuev act
directly on the nerves and musole
of the bowele. They have a neutral
aotlon on the other organaor glands.
They do not purge or dauee any in
convenience whatever They act ttf
overoome chronic of habitual con
stipation and the myriads Of associ
ate or dependent chronic ailments. ',
Try Rexalf Ordofties alt bur risk.
Two sizes, lOo ahd2Co. Sold only at
our store. The Rnxnll Store. St.
Bernard Mining Co., Incorporat' ed
The Homo Influence.
"Henrietta," said Mr. Meektoa.
"What Is it. Leonldas?" "Suppose f
stay at home and economize In order
to facilitate your publlo career and
employ my leisure hours In assisting
you with your speeches and magazine
articles" "Well'" "When you aro
prominent in public affairs, will you
bo one of those who candidly admit
that they owe everything to their hus
bands?" Washington Rtar.
For a Long Life. '
This is tho proscription for a long
life given by an old gentleman Jn Con- .
nectlcut, who Is ninety-nine years old
and etlll v.oll and cheerful, "Live
temperately, be slow to anger, don't
worry, take plenty of exorcise in tha
fresh air, and, above all, keep cheer
ful." Should the system get run down
digestive organs weak the blood thia
and sluggish, take Vinol, which is &
delicious combination of the medicine
1 body-building properties of coda
livers, with the useless greaso elimi
nated and tonic Iron added. Wo re
gard Vinol as ono of the greatest
body-builders and strength-creators in
the world for aged people.
Mrs. Mary Ivoy, of Columbus, Ga.,
says: "If people only knew the gool
Vinol does old people, you would be
unable to supply tho demand; it te
the 'finest tonic and strength-creator
I over used."
Wo wish iwery feeblo old per
son in this vicinity would try
Vinol ob our agreement to return their
money if It falls to give sAtisfaetiea.
Sold by ST. UliKKAKD HlXftib it).,
. Incorporated, Dftg Defertnent
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