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Begins Thursday, Dec. 12 Closes Tuesday, Dec. Z4
Big reduction on Clothing, L'adies' wraps.Dress Goods, Shoes,
Dry Goods and Notions. ' " . ut- ,-;. ; ,
1 If you attend this sale you will save -from 10 to 33 1-3 per cent
on new, seasonaoie mercnanaise
BAKER
'Round The Roundhouse
(By R. R. Rita)
" Tho sweetest thing inthe world
to me, H
Ir writing thorn up for the EarI
ingtoh Bee.
The apprentice boy has return
ed lo work,
The caller has quit that trying to
shirk.
One of the clerks has been off
sick,
Tho extra Dispatcher is on third
trick.
A switchman went to the .pic
ture show,
The ham he took home, weighed
I don't know.
The fireboys are ."beefing"
aboiit a new run,
The engineer is smiling like the
setting sun.
Tho depot porter whittled the
soap,
While the operator got some
-foot-ball dope.
Master of Trains is out of
v town, . -
The extra brakeman is "jellying"
aroun, m
The now car olerk is, falling in
love, , vl .,
The stenographer says it's uneq
ualed above.
The machinist helper to Nash
ville wjll go,
The store-room clerk still re
mains just so.
The oil-housemen all his oil
will burn.
The extra switch-fireman these
1 columns will spurn, i
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' ' Let me urge you to shop early".
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The men like writing that dont
give them pain.
But something like this, they re.
jeot with disdain,
The Blacksmith helper wears a
long over-coat.
Tho headlight-boy&Loug, will
sure get your coat.
The turntable boy attends the
Masses,
The hoBtler has a basket of Or
leans moiasseB.
Tho air machinist still goes
. hunting,
F. P. Gordon is sick, but hasn'tj
been grunting.
One of the operators has been
off sometime,
There's a reason, listen for the
wedding bell's chime.
Some people say I take to much
space,
But to cut-out an add is uot a
disgrace.
The painter dobs paint on the
Orudo oil tank,
The switchman draws his breath
at the Burlington Bank.
I know it's hard to read all
this news,
I acknowledge it's nothing more
than abuse.
But the sweetest thing in the
world to me,
Is writfag them up for the Earl-
ington Bee. -i
I have several reasons for not
writing any moro than I did last
week, First, there was a scar
city in the potato crop, in that
part of Siberia thatis surrounded
by the Iudian Ocean. Second,
I did not get up last week until
about seven o'clock. Thirdly,
Near the Postoffice
Hickman s
I did not write anjy of it but had
ope of my friends to so while I
was out of town.
F. P. Giannini who has beeu
firing at Henderson for sometime
was in town last Sunday.
Why don't the preachers come,
aronnd to see U3 like they used
to. We come out to church as
often as possible.
Brakeman L. L. Adams has
been laying off a few days.
Night foreman, 0. T. Strange
was off sick one night last week.
Fireman Jason Fryer was in
town Sunday enjoying the lati
tude, making out some examina
tion papers, etc.
A few changes have,been made
in the new time table which took
effect Sunday night, The pas
senger trains get here a few min
utes later.
Foreman Salmons was in Mor
tons Saturday ou business.
The wrpeker was at Mortons,
Ky, Thursday night. A car was
damaged by some of the through
trains but it did not take lone; to
clear the wreck.
Joe Orofton who attempted to
insert his "food prongs" in the
automatic fluting irong at the
roundhouse a few days ago is ab
le to be around town. . I thought
perhaps some of his friends, and
others, would be glad to learn he
was not improving very slowly.
Fireman "Windy" Smith wont
to E'kton Saturday. He went
for his health.
Lucien Vinson has been .work-
Eadington, -Ky.
Great Emergency
mat you neea-nw
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f-i
ing a few days in the general
foreman's office while W. A.
Hardy is laying off.
Edd Morrison was off a day or
two last week with a severe cold.
He has returned to svorkand says
I he feels that there is some im
provement. '
Bob Priest has not used up all
of the ham ho got at the Princess
yet.
Elgie Goodloe says if he had
been eating sausage preserves he
would not have been an Irish
man. Ask him.
Foreman car department, J. E.
Hibbs, has returned from a visit
in Indiana and Illinois.
Engineer Clifford Barnett went
to Nashville Thursday.
Olive Oobb has accepted a po
sition with the Railroad Com
pany as Oar Department clerk.
This is the position formerly held
by Porter Willis who has been
promored to machinist helper.
The most pathetic spectacle
ever scrutinized with the nude
eye was the abolition of the pub
lic drinkipg cups 'round tho
roundhouse. Henry Pilkington
is unable to tell, with his new
adding machine, the number of
deceased germs since the change
took place. To make it more
authentic, the boys had to buy
new driuking cups, eat ice or
lick frost enough early in the
morning to do them all day.
Engineer Fleming has returned
tcNrork after being off sick a
few days..
Oar Inspector L. 0. Hdmby
has moved to Mortons where he
will do some prospecting in the
inspecting line.
Engineer 0. Bridges., is still
lame from the injury received at
Anton several weeks ago."
The greatest of all things I ev
er saw,
Was the prune-seed merchant
at the Mardi Gras.
. Longspear.
Oar repairer Ed Adams ib off
on account of a bruised hand,
Engineer H. L. Smith who has
been sick for sometime is report
ed improving.
The night foreman is Binging a
little ballad entitled "I Adore a
Soup Bean Pie Among the Juicy
jRrmt.' .
Hal Thompson was in Evans
villeiSunday. T. A. Stokei will ipend the
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HICKMAN
Kentuckq .
holidays with home folks in
Dawson, Ga.
H. B. Withers was in Paris,
Tonn., Monday. He left Earl
mgton Sunday morning and I
guess he got tljeretMbndly. "
If that bill meant "Mlmd
bought a new bat, I wonder what
Spearmint?-
Paul McGary who was former
ly an employee of this company,
is, in town nursing a "skint"
ankle. It happened thusly: He
was firing on the Southern JR. K.
when the engine turned over up
on him, mashing his right arm
and left ankle between Princeton
and St. Louis, bruising same,
mutilating it badly. They were
passing over a trestle and the
engiue was about to go down the
fifteen feet of embankment. He
is recovering very fast,
Had Their Fingers Crossed
Camden. N. J., Dec. 7.-FIfty fiery
haired girl students of the Washing
ton Irving High School, New York
stood with their fingers crossed on
the Bponsoro platform as tho new
Steamer Washington Irving, of the
Hudson Bivor day line, slid down
the ways at the yard of tho New
Yor Ship Building Company here
to-day.
E. E, Qlcojtt, president of the line
also had liberated twenty homing
pigeonB to bring the vessel good luck
but he regarded the Titian locks of
the fair student as his best "hunch"
A number of years age a sextet of
red-headed girlB of the Washington
Irving formed a "magio circle" and
by their efforts persuaded the New
York Board of Eduoatioc to vote lor
a new building which the board had
steadfastly opposed. I
Mr. Olcott has Binco prized red
headed girls as the best of all good
omens. '
The Pure Gold Meet With Mrs, H. J.
Brazelton
The home of Mrs. H. J. Braz
elton was the scene of work aud
play Monday evening when the
"Pure Golds" and friends met
for the arrangement of some un.
finished business preparing for
the Bazaar which will be, at the
Armory next Thursday. These
youug ladies and their many
friends, whd have consented to
lend their assistance, .have a lov
ely display of dressed dolls for
this occassion that will surpass
anything that has been on exhi
bition for sometime. Neither
time nor work has been spared
to show their ability aud appre
ciation of the honor of being the
committee and sole sponsor of
this particular booth, Every
body is mritod to take notice to
tnis display, i
Sale
OFFERS SHIP
TO WILSON
Taft Places Battleship at Disposal
y of Next President
TO INSPECT PANAMA CANAL
Washington, Dec. 7. Presi
dent Taft has written to President-elect
Wilson offering to
place at his disposal one of the
big battleships of tho navy to
make a trip of inspection to the
Panama Oanal some timo before '-'
Mr. Wilson is inaugurated. ,
Many questions of policy con
cerning the canal may bo looked
for in Mr. Wilson administration
and Mr. Taft decided that it wasG
only fair to the man who takes
his place next March to offer him
an opportunity to inspect the ca
nal and gather information at
first hand. The presidents letter
was sent to Mr. Wilson at 'Ber
muda. Coffman-Starks
Miss Nuna Ooffman and Lunt
Starks were united in marriage
at the home of the bride Monday
evening at six o'clock, by 'Rev. .
Major Utley. The brido is a
charming young daughter of
Dick Oo.ffman, a prominont farm
er of the Suthard 'School houde
vioinity and the groom iB a pros
perous farmer of the same coun
try. The contracting parties
will mike their home with the
brides father for awhile. Thig
couple is very popular with the
young folks and their many
friends wish them ultimate sue-
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Headquarters For Holiday Goods. .
Watches, diamonds, Isolid gold
jewelry, gold filled jewelry, toilet
Bets etc.
Nowest
and best goods at right
prices.
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P. N.Fugate, jewelers.,,
Madisonvllle, fey.
We Are Coming.
We're coming, Father Woodrow
a hundred thousand strong; they've
kept us out of office for 16 years too
long; we're hungry and we're thirs
ty, but manna( you'll supply; from
messenger to'f oabin'ot headB will
surely fly, we've waltecl and we've
WWdloMertd8i,bi,jtM,fiVn bl3
and now we feast on plenty "SrfcUe
others eat the erew; 44 now, from
Maine to Texaa, you'll hear our but
tie cry we'reemiuK Father "Wood
row, we're coming for otur pie.
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