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C. A. MORTON
MADJSONVILLE, KY. -,
Funeral Director and Emtalmer
Any Call Answered Promptly Day or Night.
Tho man who wliispeis down a
About the things he has to sell
Will never reap a crop of dollars
Like he who climbs a tree and
News of the Town
men can ieilp4fti In good location
Apply at tiits5Qe.
Porter WljtyrwaB in Madisonville
Mrs. Mann, 't Pembroke, who hae
been visiting Mrs. Faunfo Day, of
this city, has returned home. Sho
expects to return soon and visit Mrs
Apyoue Interested in buying a
nome for either homo or renting
purposes can find out something to
their advantage by calling at tho
Paul King was In Madisonvillo
Chae.Truempy was in MadlBon
vllle Sunday night.
There are over 1,000 Democrats In
Hopkins county who read the Seml
Weekly Bee and a number of thorn
tead no other paper. It might be
well for the various candidates to
run their announcements in the
Semi-weekly Bee If thoy wish for the
support and votes of these readers.
George Fill, of Evansvillo, waB
in Madlsouvllle Sunday.
Perk in Adams spent Sunday ar
' Bargains in Ladies' & Misses
Barnes, Cowand & Co.
Ed Wise went South on business
Ben Myers, of Madisonvillo, was
in town on business Monday.
Harry Boulware, of Hopkiusvllle,
was in town Monday on business.
Strother Hancock spent Saturday
and Sunday In Louisville.' '
Ben "Wilson spout Sunday in Hop
kmsville. Bargains in Ladies & Misses
Barnes, Cowand & Co.
Newman Whltford waB in Mudl
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Be it ordained, that as the great Amer
ican day of "Thanks" and "feast" ap
proaches, that the good people prepare to
celebrate the day and the occasion in good
"Dressing." For ;he past 44 years "Hiart
clos" has formed the main persona) adorn
ment that graced those who gave ' thanks
in proper form or circled the "festal board".
This season we show the 'spice" of style,
the cut and fabric in men and boys' suits.
Men's Suits, $10, $15, $20, $25 to $30
Men's Overcoats, $10, $15, $20, $35
Boys' Suits and Overcoats, 2. 50 to $20
Shirts, Underwear, Hats, Caps and
Shoes from first hands direct to you.
IT RAYS TO TRADE HERE:
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Mibb Kntheriue Given; of Madi
Bouvllie,, spent tho week end In
Providence, with her sister Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Ruby, of
Provldenco, spent the'week end in
Madisonvillo with friends.
Misses Francis Elgin, Lurllne
Coil, AgneB Bailey, Messrs Floyd
aud Lonnis Foley, of Madisonvillo,
motorod to Hopkinsvlllo Sunday.
Bargains in Suits
Barnes, Cowand & Co
Rosb Sugg, of Providence, was in
Mad iaonvllle Sunday.
Joe JutUlite, of Providence, was In
Reduced prices on Odd Lots
of Men and Boy's Suits
Barnes, Cowand & Co.
Mrs. DouglaB Ruokman aud little
son "Jlnimlo" spent the paBt. week
in Madlsouvllle with her mother
Mrs. Given. ,
Reduced prices on Odd Lots
"of Men and Boy's shoes
Barnes, Cowand & Co.
Feut Overall, of Madisonvillo, wns
in town Sunday.
Mrs. Henry Rogers aud daughtor,
SuBau Marie, Bpent Sunday in Mad
isonvillo with friends.
Reduced prices on Odd 'Lots
of Men and Boy's shoes
Barn?s. Cowand j & Co,
Mibb Georgia Morton, of Madison
villo, passed through Earlington
Suuday afternoon enroute to
Georgo Mothershead was in Mad
Frank Walker went to Evansyille
Saturday on business.
Bargains in Suits
Barnes, Cowand & Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Martin were
in Madisonville Friday night to see,
MisseB Annib Aehby, Irene Coyle
and Messrs Ed Phillips' aud Ells
worth Evans saw the Rosary xin
Madisonvillo Friday night.
"Gauuiont Weekly" at tho Prin
cess tomorrow pljht It's the best
you ever Baw.
KEVil IH D m AffrW&
Mr. and Mrs. Will Bisk and child
ren, of Morton's Gap visited Mr.
and Mrs. Elgin Slsk Saturday night.
Bob Fendwiok; of Owensboro,
visited his parents here Sunday.
Look what's at the Princess for
tomorrow night. It's a Tbanhouser
The St. Bernard Meat Mnrket'will
open their shops during tho winter
mouths at 5 o'clock lustead of 4
o'clock. Beginning Mouday No
You oau eee the best 101 Bison
ever shown in this oity at tho Prin
cess tomorrow night. Come out and
Dr. aud Mrs. W K.NiBbit, visited
in Louisville last weok.
Mrs. N. E.- McKinnon and little
son JEdwiu are home from a visit to
relatives in Oklahoma.
It's a ThanhouserL Where? At
the Princess tomorrow night. Come.
Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Phillips and
C. B. Flnley, of St. Charles, spent
Saturday in the city.
W. D. Coll, of Madisonville, was
In town on business yesterday.
Beet show of 'the sep.on Nov. 21
Two Mery Tramps $150 guarantee.
Mrs. Frank Coil, of Madisonville,
spent Tuesday in Earlington.
Miss Lurline Coll, of Madisonville
visited friends in town Monday. '
Frank Walker, was in Madison
ville Tuesday on business.
A clean warm bouse Nov.21 for
Two Merry Tramps lO.Chorous girls.
Mtsn Francis ' McElkatrick and
Ronnlo Hanna, were in Madison
ville Monday after noon.
Frank Giannal, was in Madison
10 Chorous Girls at Opera House
Nov. 21st. a musioal Comedy of some
class $150jguarantee to get this show,
Hammond Loving, of HanBon was
In town Tuesday.
MIbs Alma Slsk, of St. Charles was
in town Tuesdry shopping.
John CauBler, spent the week in
Will MoLeod, of Madleonvllle,
was iu town on business Tuosday.
The First Kicker.
First Prehistoric Man "'Then you
don't approve of cooking and manual
training in the schools?" Second Pre
historic Man "It's a shameful waste
of the taxpayers' money. That daugh
ter of mine haB had two years of It,
and she can't fry a dinosaur fit to eat;
while my son, who has been at it just
as 'long, has carved a club that-I
wouldn't trust to black the eye of
baby mammoth "-"Fuck.
The New Yttafelc, .
A news dispatch froift Oregoii
reports a large crop of the new
vegetable, the beetatoe", a.
combination of the beet and po
tato. This latest addition to
human foods is said to be very
prolific and of delicious flavor.
It is not long since Burbank
found a way to make the cactus
edible. The cactus ia a desert
plant. It need not surprise us
if in some such way man should
discover the kinds of food of
which he was deprived when
Adam and Eve were expelled
from the garden. The record is
(Gen. 3; 22) that if mau could
have had access to those foods be
would 'have, been able to "put
forth his hand and eat and lire
forever.". In disfavor with God
it has beeu a blessing that mau
could not do this, for he was
created to live in harmony with
his Creator and could not be
truly happy -uuder any other con
ditions. These wonderful food discov
eries, together with modern irri
gation works, remind us of the
prophesy of Joel 2;21, 52', "Fear
not, O land, be glad and rejoice,
for the Lord will do great things;
Be not afraid, ye beasts of the
field, for the pastures of the
wilderness do spring, for the tree
beareth her fruit, the fig tree and
the vine do yield their strength."
They also remind us of the
great. Messianic prophesy of Isa.
85. ''The desert shall rejoice and
blossom as the rose. The glory
of (the forests of) Lebanon shall
be given uuto it, the excellency
of (the fruitful hillsides of Oar
mel snd )of the value of) Sharon.
Say tb thera that are of a fearful
heart (those losing faith in God
and thus losing all hope in life)
be strong, fear not. Behold your
God will come aud save (out of
your troubles, even iucluding
poverty and death.) Then the
eyes of the blind shall be opened
and the ears of the deaf shall be
unstopped. Then shall the lame
u leap as an hart and the
gue of the dumb sing. The
8XB&2E SPRINGS HOTEL .BURNS.
Popular Summer Resort Totally Destroy
ed Satu.day Loss Covered By
The Sebree.SprinuB Hotel was
burned to' the urouud late Satur
day after noon.
It originated in the washroom
on the second floor and was not
discovered until under good head-
Huudre.dsof people from the
city irathpred around and watch
pil it burn roth ground, being
unable to save it.
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inn ciuo nouse, OUlUUlUUUilS
and cot times were saved by hard
The hotel was being occupied
by the families oflForest Ramsey
and J. D. Hawkins for the win
ter aud both of these snstained
quite a loss to their household
It contained fifty-three fur.
nished rooms, very little of the
second story furnishings being
saved. The building was owned
by J. B. Ramsey, O. H. Ramsey,
and J. R. Ramsey. It was valu
ed at. betweeu $12,000 and $15,
000. Insurance totaling $11,500
was carried, Only. Friday a
$5,(r00 policy was taken out.
Speculation was rife here to
night as to Whether the hotel
would bq rebuilt, many fearing
that Sebree Springs would puss
into oblivion as a -summer resort,
while others were confident that
a larger and finer buildiug would
The Barnes bote!,, located
across the railroad from the
Springs, burned about ten ye.irn
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"Laugh And The Morld Laughs With
You Weep And You
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lie today. It u. a magazine that
will keep the whole family in a good
humor. The staff of Bin! contains
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titles find Editors on" the continent
l IB highly Illustrated and printed
In m&uV Colors, I Will keep fhe
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a year to do this. Send this clip-
nitiK and 60c today to Tne Biff Pub
llshing Co , Dayton. O., for one years
Mrs, W. L. Morrison, left Sunday
afternoon for avlsit to home folks
We are proud '
to show you our new invoicd
They are so fresh and appetizing.
The ribbons and colors ar so
stylish and attractive.
They will look so well and SO
hospitable on the parlor table
though they last longer in &
They do taste so good.
Come in and see them.
You can't resist them and you
won't want to. .
St. Bernard Wining (Jo.
I IW.H Jr SB m lH.
W B if ID mmnJ W
are quickly ielievcd by an application of Sloan's
Liniment You don't need to rub just lay on
lightly. It penetrates at once
the scat of the trouble.
Miss Elsie Mantiikv, 4229 Tahnan
Ave., Chicago, 111., writes: "About two
years aco my mother broke down
rheumatism. The doctors didn't do any
good. My mother was persuaded to try
Sloan's Liniment, and in three weeks
was entirely well and I believe she is
Re&ef From RkeuaMtism
Miss H. E. Lindelkaf, Gilroy, Calif. ,
write; uMv mother has used one sot
bottle of Sloan's Liniment, and although she to over 83 years of age, she has
obtained great relief from her rheumatism."
Rheumatism Entirely Cone
Miss Eveletta Myer, of 1215 Wyoming St.,-Dayton, Ohio, writes:
" My mother was troubled with rheumatism and her friends advised her to get
Sloan's Liniment and her rheumatism is entirely gone. At the same time the
family was troubled with ring-worms there were five ring-worms between my
sisters and I and Sloan's Liniment cured every one of us in a week's time."
is the best remedy for neuralgia, sciatica, lumbago, chest
pains, asthma, hay fever, croup, sore throat and sprki&JA l,
At all dealers. Price,
oloan S HOOK on noises, vauic,
Dr. JkARL, 5. 5LAJAN, BOSTON, MA53'
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THE ECONOMICAL WAY
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The lonir distance service ot the Cumberland Telephone & Tel
egraph Company enahlea the business man to conduct ail of his
outside affairs in the most oconomioal and satisfactory manner.
You can Ret lonpr distance connections to ail outside important
cities and towns within a radius of one hundred miles of Earling
ton. Prompt service, reasonable rates.
For information, call
John O. Johnson, the famous lawyer
and no less famous art expert, was
talking about some of Sargent's cruel
ly realistic portraits. "Sargent onoe
painted a Philadelphia woman," Mr.
Johnson said, "and when the work was
finished the lady's coachman called
for U. "As the coachman wa study
ing the portrait Sargenl said to hlmj.
How do you like ltr The man an
swered jnoujhtfulljr: 'Well, sir, ye
mighl have made H a little better-look-in',
mebbe; but if y had, ye'd. hare,
spoiled IV " . .
Mrs. FredBootz of Summerset,
Ky., who has been visiting relatives
hore has returned home.
Temple Thearte, Nov. 21
TWO MERRY TRAMP
Archibald Vocaline, alias Prince Newfoundland.....
Clarence Banjonno, alias Willie Slack from Montana.
Mr. Drummerboy. traveling for Wedding Ring Coffee
Mr. Blufllt. a Landlord in trouble
Jlmmie Jump, kent Jumping Harry'Smitb
Maud, who haB her eyes and 6ars open Ed E. Mitciiell
Phyllis Plenty, a frleud of Maud's ...... .'.Alma' Claire
Julia Joy, in Name only,.. .: Elsie Marlow
May Lovo, in Iovo t ..Zola Mack
Annie Hope, with a hope..... Rose Trotter
Bonnie Hope, Annle's-uieler.... .......Anna Lldell
Lillian Love, May.s Bister....'...........'; GraceRivard
Mary Hope, a Cousin ....'.Nellie Hay a
Belle Hope, troublesome but necesBary MISS FANNIE MER.ONEX
SYNOf SIS .,
ACT 1. Blufflt's Hotel. . -
ACT 2. Julia's Garden. Sceue 2 Indian Camp.,
ACTS. Plotburg, Race Track. "' -""
PROF. MoCLTJEE, MUSICAL DIBECT0R '" ' '"
MUSICAL NUMBER '
Opening Chorus, So Long Isabel!.....
Way Down South Tramps and Chorus
It Was Perfoctly Terrible .!...... . .. Tramps andjBpll
Peculiar Julia, Finale.. ., .,.'.. . ......... .......Bella anri Company
ACT TWO :
ArHagtinie Goblin Man.... Vw;. ............... .Fantu Meroney and Choi us
How The Winds Blow ... Druinmpiboy aud Tramps
When We Were College Boys.';...: .-.-; Mr. Dobson and Chorus
Moonlight Bay ,.;'; .-..; ....ElRlesMarlow and Chorus
"Specialty" :". v..(... .,........' Mips' Meroney
Indian Onora. Finale v . Entire Company
ThatBeautifid Waltz. Fannie Meroney and Dutoh Kiddles
That Skeleton Rag ; '.. j...Mr. Springer aud Chorus
Everybody Two Step . -. . ., Elsie Marlow and Chorus
j ''Specialty".. .
You,ro My Baby ,
Dixie, Finale ..,.....
125c, COc, and $1.00. $$Rf
nogs ana jrouury sent, ircc.fj
& TELEGRAPH GO.
Mrs. Halite Sislr and Mrs. Dick
Ash by gave an afternoon and even
ing tea at the home of Mrs. Sisjf
Monday. A large number of Ladies
attended in the afternoon and the
young people enjoyed the evenmfc
with Miss Ida Lee, a toothsorre pal.
ad course was served and a nioe sum
realized. - r
r-Tom Wand, of Henderson, WsitebT
In town M nlay.
Mrp. Nick Toombs of Madlsouville
vlsited relatived here Monday.
Mr, J'jhn Rtile.wh2.hRJ PHFObWd,
the house on East Main occupied by
Mr. O'Bannuti has had it painted
and fixed up making it look like
W. E. Roott
Chas. E. Dobson
Faniile Meroney and Ch'oriiB
Miss Meroney and Mr. Sponger
.1 ramps and Chorus
.... .... Entire.Conjpanjr
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