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Claude Eifon, of M idisonville.
t was here Sunday.
Mrs. T. R Howell, Miw Lola
Mae Prowse and Mrs. J- JR. Bur-
rison attended the Shriners ban-
,,qnet at Madisonville Thursdaj
: Mrsi F. 0. Burton and Miss
Fannie Trnthen were in Mdison
ville Tuesday shoppimr.
Mrd. John Bute. jr reported
fioine better. '
Dr. T. II. Howell, Judge Bai
rifiou, Dr. W. L Mioroand 0. B.
Trutheu ntteuded the meeting
of the shnners at Madisonville
0. M. Johnson, of Madison
ville, was here Sunday.
Mrs. Ohao Bale left Sunday
J for JeUkiis, Kv., she hatrheeu
vt-utiug relative1) here.
Mrs. Beury Sizemore wub the,
guest of Mrs. Lou Kennedy last
The dance was well attended
Mrs. 0. B. Trathen wasm M'td
isoeville shopping Tuesday.
Misses Edua and Eva Davis
spent Saturday night and Sunday
night and Sunday with friends
, Tha many frieuds of Mrs.
Clave Whitfield are glad she is
abl to,bewith her school again,
Mrs, Ohas. Blackburn and lit
tle daughter Nevileeu, of Earl
ington, visited relatives here this
Dink Williams, of Madison
ville, was here Wednesday.
M. C. Church, South
Regular preaching services
Sunday morning and evening.
Sunday School at 9;80. Every
one iuvited to attend all the ser
vice!?. Subacrlhfl for the Bee
OR L GRACE
Will be at Mortons Gap. All
work done on a guarantee
Earlmgton People jOne-Lalf jPnce
Look, jfor Me Vkn in Hopluniville Phoae 979 Cuaab.
IF YOU DON'T ADVERTISE YOUR BUSINESS ADVERTISE
AT THE IDLE HOUR?
Aid Society Meets at New Parsonage
Oup of the moh pleasant pep
sioiiR of the Lidies' Aid Society,
of the -Christian Ohyrch, held
this year, ,(nf which thero have
been many$ was on Tuesday af
ternoon at the homp of R-v. and
Mr. H. J. BrAK-lton. TIihy
were at home for the first rune
to the members bt thn Society
and had urged u full, attcndince
not onlv of the niembers but anv
friends who could meet with
them, aud the atteiuiunco
much bevond h iivcrng
Although there was much work
doue everybody was in a ne
tiuctly social modp aud the hours
parsed as if on wingB. Just be
fore time for adjournment the
host and hostess served the party
with delicious sandwiches nd
coffee and requested that each
gupsttake her own platd back, to
the dining room, from whence
she could go on atour of inspec
tion and see if they were pleased
with the new parsonage. All
agreed, ou returning, that thy
were more than delighted with
the entire arrangement and were
glad that they had had a part in
the new work. , ,
Miss Alice Miller, .who is home
on a furlough from her mission
work in Japan, was ono of the
visitors of the afternoon and it
was a delight for her bid friendt)
and former pupils to have her in
their midst again.
Miss Mary Jothershead enter-
tained the La So Con at her home
on South MVin Street Tuesday
in honor of Mies Rose Fox, who
will leave in a few days for her
home in Louisville, Ky. Miss
Fox has been 1 . faithful and
charming member fend will be
inibsod from the society. The
hostess furnished an interesting
program, a part of which was
ome sketoh work which proved
to be verv entertaining aud eu-
jy-d. A delightful salad course
was served and all present had
anenjoyab e evening.
EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY,
-o emcl See
WILSON CARRIES HOPKINS COUNTY
The election in this Countypassed of quietly. A good
vote was polled. Wilson carrying the county; by .300 ma
jority over both Taft and Roosevelt ' , .
Following is the Tbulatdvote of this county.
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0'Uri. Hiiurf "
E k '.:
Kitchen. . . f ..... v .
White PJa.ios. T .-
Mortons Gap.;.... r
St. Charles t .
Charleston.; -. t
East Duwson .' .'.
West Davvsou .
Ilsley. ,.. . ,.
Dal ton . .
Manitnu .m, .....
West Sanson :
Old Salem ,..V.
Ashbysbprg .' .".
Lake Earlington '. -
N. E. Eurling ton
tforth Nebo .
South Neho. ... i
OUR HERO OF 1913
Of Th Price Oil CWUiw U Hht)
The boy stood on the swaying
Wh'eu all but he had fled.
(The "Eagel Eye" had bravely
Wheu he saw the markers red)
With grim set lips and steady
He grasped the "Tallow Pot,"
And said I'll save this valve oil,
T ho' I perish ou the spot.
'Ere he could save himself they,
, Theu all was deathly'still.
Bib lifeless hands still held the
At the foot of Bakers Hill.
The E tgle Eye approached him
Biv veiy soul .was thrilled.
Be closely scrutinized the cans.
And not a drop yas spilled
Be iieutly brushed the tangled
hau, r. 7
From olF his pallid brow.
And said "I never knew
Uutil I fouud you now"
"No more we'll double' 4
(For steam ydu wefe a friirht)
But thrica, blest may your heav.
You saved my oil tonight.
Now fireboys, if ever you
Should for such glory thirst.
Forget the loviug ties that bind,
Aud .save the oil cans, first.
Clin Kkrr Book
Iter. Oitujr, will fill his rxular
appolutmeat at the ChrUtiauOburob
CbarU, next Sunday.
KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8,
81871387 281 83 ' 71616
The announcement ma.de in
last Tuesday's Bee of the marj
fiage of Miss Aloysia O'Brien of
this City to Mr, Jon. J. McLean
of Farmersville Ifl. which wae to
have taken place in two weks
was hastened on account of the
serious illness of Mr McLeans
father. The cermoney took p'ace
last Wednesday 6;80 A. M. at
St. Michels church Louisville Ky.
with Nuptial Mass. The cere
rnony was performed by Rev. M.
O'Connor a former pastor of this
place and an inimate friend of
the family.They were accompnied
by Mr. and Mrs. Douglas O'Brien
the brides brother and Bister.
After Murcoremony the married
couple left for there future homo
inSFarmersvilklll.' There many
friends, join in wishing them a
long aud happy life.
Library Open Again
, The Earliugton Free Library is
now open to the public after hav
iug been closed for some timt.
Those' haying library books at
hvome, of which there iB a record
will please return at once. Sev
eral of the best magazines have
beeu subscribed for and new
books will soon be here.
". The library is a pleasant and
profitable place to spend a while
especially ,for young men and
boys who have leisure time are,
iuvited to visit the library.
uov. Mcureary, nas lssueu a pr
iftmatiou lixiiit; weanesaay, imov-
.. . -. . &.
emberlS, as ArDor Day day ana urfr
lag all people to plaut treeB on -that
day, and calling sttentlon to thn
gfvat good aooompiishud by-otbr
smteB along this jtio. This will be
tke day upon wblch tbe different
ttqm from all th counting wilt be
planted on Capitol grounds atFran'c
IT FOR SALE
Mrs. Howard Brazelton Oraganizcs, Sun
day School Society y
Thursday -afternoon Sunday
school class of young ladies of the
Christian church met at the
home of?Mrs Brazeltou on Main
St. the purpose of organizing a
society aud electiug officers for
the class to be known as "Pure
Gold"v Mesdatm Ernest Brown,
llev Bnuk'ev, Riley Parson, J.
P. Htfmpr, Robert Priest," Elgie
Sisk, Lucian Vincent,' and Miss
es Irene Ooyle, Bazel Griffin,
Jessie Greer, Ztlpah Morehead,
and Ruth Daniels., Preseident
MiBbZiipah Morehead, Vice Pres
ident, Mi-3. Ernest Brown Sec
retarv and Miss Irene Coyle,
irea surer, iteiresnment were
served carrying out the colors
which are cold and white. They
will have a social meeting once
" "Married at Morions Gap ""
Miss Lila Jane Jones one of the
most popular young ladies of
Mortonb Gap and Mr. Owswald
Kington the Secretary and treas
ure of the Kington Coal compauy
were married at the residence of
the brides sister Mrs, Eleie Sisk
of this city about 9;80 yesterday
afternoon, in the presence of the
members of the family. The hapg
py, cqnple will go to house keep
ing iu Mortons Gap and insist on
all Ihoir "friend's visit them as
60on as possible. The courtship
of. this conplebegan on the Bee's
Mammoth Cave trip year before
In the cQufusjon of t)ie electi
on returns The Bee,was made to
say Dau M. Eavins majority over
the Democratic Nominee E. L,
Wise was 239. This was a mistakf
and should have read 189 Mr.
Wise ran a good race and is one
of the most popular Democrats
in the city.
llnuK ar .sao s?
Mm Atmm , e
Saves tne Eyes
I Church Notes I
Bible School 9:30 a. m.
Lord's SJool 10:45 a. m.
Preaoriwr 11 a. m. and 7:80'
p. m. Moruing subject "OlinV
tiamty's Conflict with Panu
lsm." Evenintr subiect "fh
Lord's Unanswere'I Prayer."'
The building is comfortable,,
the singing inspiring, the sermon ,
practical and the fellowship con
genial. You are never a strniit
s;er at this church.
M. , Cttareh South '
The pubjic is cordially
to attend the services at
E. Ohnrch, JSonth
Sunday School .9:80, preachiug
services at 11 a. m.and 7:30 p.wm.
Vo have-a Targe' school 4andi
goooncorpse of .teachers, who will
welcome vou in their classes.
The Bible Class is Jarge an'
will ,be interest! m:, to you. Try
and come out next Sunday, yotL
will not want to miss anyway.
Dr. and Mr, p. B. Davk ui
called to New Y&t
Dr. and Mrs. P. B. Divis were
Called to New York!op Account of
the senpusojllnesB of,Mre. Bldred
Davis of, jr-hatoity. Dr. and Mrsl
tyVMi rJkiloj, Yesterday
morning andp.tp arrive -in
New aork tomorrow afteruooa.
Rcviva) Chtti . .
Til A TOuitrnl af. iUa Kf IP
church s'otjth of Midisopvijle Kv.
closed Wednesday QveaHft. Rev,.
W. O. Wimberley pastor of thi,
church reports an excellent meet
ing, quite a number of convert!
ibns and several additions to the.
church. Interest was shown from
the first to last splendid sermons
were delivered and music best to
be obtained in the oirv.
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