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EARLIWTON. JftfMf 7Y, W,
WESUAY, DECEMBER imim
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I Ideal Xmas Gifts for Everyone Wmi 4lSS I
I J3otPa Price exincL Quality are Attractive Here H
I L C. WILEY, - ' - Ellington, Kentucky I
I Let me urge you to shop, early. Near Post (Dffice.
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LOST AT SEA
With Companion Daring Aviator
i Goes To.His Death.
: MADISONVILIE SOCIETY GIRL
Named As Beneficiary Of Hit Will. But
Denies Repert'd EnjgaiementPontoon
Of Air Craft Found. v
Lob AntreleB.Oal.,Deo. 16. Searer
era put to oea today In t
-flsding further trace o
Horace Kearney and CuW juyr
rence, a newspaper man. wlo 'sailed
Saturday for au over-water flight to
Rn !Franolsco, aud are believed to
have been lost at sea. The flndintr
pTone of the pontoons of Kearney's
hydroplane confirms the belief that
themaohlne me);with serious acci
dent, and It Is believed; here that
beth men were drowned in Santa
Monica Bay, somewhere off Point
The pontoon was foknd floating
South of Redoado, Beaeh. It wa,B
towed ashore by David OlarK in a
power boat. The poontoon; "was
idintled by O. H. Day, who flttc'df
the.pontoonB to Kearny's machine.
The steel support that held the
poatoqn, to the w'lng of the afr rV
wajta broken off.1 Trom Itnis, a'vlatbt's'
here believe that for
was forced to alight in the water. A
thirty-mile gale was blowing, and It
is believed that the waves wrecked
Although there 1b little hope that
the two men in the machine reached.
.shete, search 1b bolng made in the
foethllls of the fMallbur mountains
thai border the coast of Point Dume.
It was stated here that Kearney,
was engagod to MlsLbulso MoPher-
son. of Madisonyllle, Ky., and nam-H
ed his hydro-aeroplttie 'Snookum,"
after bis pet name for her. "lb Is
also said ho ras.dq a wll, .lea.vlng
, part of his estate to Miss MoPh'erson.
JttSS M0FSXR80N DENIES ENGAGE
MENT. 'I at ;;:."
Madlsonvllle, Ky., Deo. 16.--MIbs
LshIbo McPhereoh, a beaytjul 18
year old society girl of this city,
denied that there was au .engage
ment between herself au3 Kearney.
'We are only friends," she Baid. "I
nint'hlm when ho WftB flylh'ir at the"-
fair here in July and ho has been to
gee me several tlmijs since. ; But
nothing tout friendship existed,,"
She expressed gre"a't eurprlso on
' learning that he had made her one
of the beneflolaneB of his will. She
refused to say whether she would
accept the benefits under the pro
visions" of Mb will. Henderson
Ahl r v
' "A woman has to be steadier than
R;Kian -sad-more seU-sacrtficlrig- than
a'aaa, beoauM when she plunge, she
0 dee more barm than a man." "Mat
riage," by H. G. w:U.
Developing Great Industry, -TheVBteel.
entering into tfcemanu
facture of automobile wheels during
last year amounted to 11,000 tons la
this country alone.
, Mm Part In the Affair.
1 Tour Wlrf-law U a UUe." -YjM.
rtled'tlke pattt father; "but I am
tiMrwho la furaiahlHg tba P-
SMALL HOPE FOBipST MEN
Aviators Who Disappeared In
the Pacific Are Dead Unless
Picked up by a Ship
.Los .Angeles. Deo. 10. Only the
faint hope that they might have
been picked up by an outwardbound
vessel not equipped with wireless
is attained by friends of Avjatff
Horace Kearney aud his passenger
cheBter Iiawreneej automobile Edi
tor of a local newspaper, who ..are
believed to have lost their lived
Ihlle attempting a hydro-aeroplane
,ght from Los Angeles to San Fran-
folsco. The entire coast from Point
Firmln to Ventura has been covered
by searchers hoping to And some
trace of the mlsslng'mon.
Go). W. A. Tombs -and G.
Alfocd will, leu.v .today for.
biiin'eii lrh to,;eh cbatiTel'da T
UK Ooi. Toombs vijl return bv
tw way of$?ifiler qc afewas
when he lived ther. -, .
When tbVhaids eWapj badly .and
the sk'ln,.8pltav'0nitj 'finger tlpsj
everir motion Ib palnfhl. BALj
LARD-'S SNOW VLINIMENT putB
an end to the misery. Onn or two'
Appheati'ona heals all Boreness and
restores the hands to sound oonai?
B".'M. Siaton Buys Interest of Perty Lily
4j'B. filjIaton, the popular Undei
taker, or MadiBonynie, nas. purchas
ed one-tialf interest In the confeo"
tionary buslheBB of Lilly & Wiisdn'
In Madlonvllle, taking tho Interest
of Mr. Percy Lilly. Mr. W. W. Carr
who has been with the firm for some
time, will still remain with,. it. Mr.
Mrf Slaton does nqt intend lop
his new business Interfere vjrMiWus
laro Undertaking buslneas. Daa
Wllsoa will have, active charge of
the business they will make some
improvements and HavO a flrs't-class
baker on tho way to Madlsonvllle.to
take charge QMjhat eno of the bus 1.-
No Alarm Given By Youn - yi
Lady In Idle Hour theatre
.". . '.' -.-li. A- .if
To correct the "part "understood1,
in the announcement of the alarm
given in. the Idle Hbur Theatre, for
tho benpflt of the young' lady of
Whom, it was atdi "TJ.hthoughtodly;
rushed in and gave the alarnV' 2X6'.
alarm whatever, was. glypnrTh
young lady in question quietly
walkod In and 'said to an especial
friend, "Dr. Baldwin's offloe is orf
firo," in words not audible to the
person sitting In the next gaa.t
Tho trio deliberately wnlked "bin
without the least excitement, and
the only "alarm" was the imagina
tion of tho audience, which proved
to be quite correct.
Mr. and Mrs. B, E. NIxou;at.tend
ed the Bhow "Every Woman' in
Mrs", Carrie' Arnold,
Mr.- and Mrs. ' Frank
MIBB Annie Whlteon Qualles, of
Hanson, was Jn town several days
last week visiting ber grandmother,
MrB. Perry McOulley.'J
Mrs. . Elizabeth M'cEuen, Mrs.
Laura Victory and 'daux liters, Mies
Margaret aad Catherine,' will leave
Thursday fof I'ldrida
,tipn.. Price 26c,,BSo, and $I.00,pr
bottle. ?Sold,by St;rnrdNMIhtnf
' ':' " ALBgjtt r DITCH
And Sues TheCKy bfCrofforr. For
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Suit for $2,000, damages tiasbeeli
filed against tho town of Croftou, oy.
Mrs. B. J. Dunning, ;a resident of
that place. Mrs. Dunning, savs' In
Lher petition tlat a ditch was dug- in
I ". I Mi kL -.i'w & C&A -J
one oi' cue t.Hirpeis ui, yjpuiiuu huu
was left open. She claims that as J
Bhe was on her way to. cburch-0,01 the'
night of December 6'she fell 'into
this ditch and was painfully and
MIbb Julia Maddon,of Linton, Ind.
and Mr. LupiajnT.irlner- ,o,f,,
Charles, "Ky., wiire united in jnatri-
monv at Linton, Ind., Wednesday
eyeing Dec; Uth atr
of Eev. M. ii(iU.tit
a onarming ana actracuva young
lady and is quite popular in her,
71. t - . .- .. vt .v t v
thjg.pjace builB.wngaged In the
I V. 1
rfnnstlnfttionyitha mild and contra
effebt of? Cwlamberlaln's TabTots
makes them' especially edited to
your case. For' e ale by aJl dealers.
Dr.. L. L; Lafloon,the eyesight
Specialist will bie .in Mailsonvlllej
Kv.. at the'w'iliafd Hotel'Dedl, 10th
until Dec.,3Gb anc is equipped to.
give you BB.goteB -aery ice as yoa.csn
get In anyci1ijll,'''Dtji not forget "tbW
yalue of your feyes) '
Wil Wave Earlington.
A. ,M. Howell and family will leajju
!njB.city flneryyiorjijoraviue, diy.v
where they will resfde in the future.
Mr. Howell has taken theM. H. E'.
local out of that Wlty to Madlson,-
vllle and this
O. H. Lynn,
run for thrde
wno nas nau.
y,arB have m
in this city,
DtQk Tuy.l.q? 'f9,rmerrtiaflnduct
or bii"ihis divieou now cwvliug
ifor tbeE. EySutfwrlaiid Aledio
rf 1-S y3 I - I 1-1
no uo. OUw(H rnuoan wjib puait
hg hands witli "friends' in the
tjir.v yesterday. -
' M-. and'Mifs.Breut' Btarfc epe.nt
'Smiday (:fevEv,uusvillo .witJi.
F.M", Y!)ker'made a business
wip.lu Bf&Wvjlle Sund-ay re
itjw rif Mu'disouyiJle:'
wa,s iu r.own,i,jv.uejsaay. ,r .
,0. D.tpAvroRh arteu'ded tie
show , iniMa'disouvjJle Mouday
Mrs. FredHoose and children
Idj.ss gjirfie.nnd Tas'.ter Davih'
of NksKviVlesDPnt Saturday "aud
Sdndav wltlrfMr.s... Theo Wilson.
r. , yu,. i . . t
- Who la She?
We are w'ilMag te admit that chryr
tathemum8wer.e never more beauti
ful than now.,. JEJven a head Of cabbage
jwoald b beautiful if a pretty girl
jwora it fe a bbuauet Philadelphia
ffalHtraphj , r
iiy ptoH U 'aa 'aaitU
Mt' aaar a naaaiM
5 '. I FRTIIRF IRFP
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Instructor FUming of,U. S. fBu
ireau'bfsMines With Mov- "'-
, in Pictures
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.NEHT MONDAY EVENING
; OiTnext Morfday evening the 23rd
l!iBt,fat thel'emple Theatre, Safety,
IuBfrueior-Flemlrig, of the U. S, Bu
rean'pf Mines, will deliver, a lecture,
on. "Mine Safety," accompanied by
moving pictures of modern rescue
methods This lecture will be free
to ail. Entire BalcOuy will tJe r-.
Beryed for colored people. 'v
JAK andvtjrtE(BEAN STACK at.", tern'-.
pic Theatre Jan. 20
i'ThlB .Comic Operetta wjil he given
ititHr-t.M rUrj-ntlnn n( Prnf: tTnvintr.
fSaWiStWltiy a- ohorus of Earlington
(5b6olf5b'ildren. THo worlf bl'Prott
jjoyingv needs 'nq'-recoinmeDuaiion
to tne general pudiic. ruis auirac
i(ou will bB one. of hlsbe'st. ' Tw'o
fHBjfprman.ceBwJll, be given during
tfie evening, tjle .first beginning 7:00
o'clock, the second about 8:00 o'clock
JThe Princess Moving Picture Show;
win give, one reei ac opening' ana
lose of each performance. K-'
-? Adults aoots. .
), ? .'. .Children lOcts
j-fNufc prbceetfs-tfor benefit School
, Mrs. Iva Owen
'In memory of Mrs. Iva Owen, .the
wife of' Lena Owen, who died at her
hpme-in tHerru, 111., pecember -12,
1912.' She 'was boru'at He'ola, Ky.,
September 1. 1878,, She leaves a
band, four children, a mother,
!fnrr one siBtectwobrotrfers '.arid
many" friends To 'rhobrn her T'obb.
Mrs. dwen'-was for many years a
quunber ,oLlthejxMeth.odist Ohur
kad. W8- COUdinleuK. umintiSti M
onewao bore theJove.aing.re.spfwto
fc . i. iH j jyi.
alllwho-knew hrSv Shehad,apeas-aut-'mile
ahd a, kind" word (orvevery
1)qay,"bu6 'trfat smile,'w.Ul'.gree.tus on
uartn no more pieHBuroi'ouiy uioouis
to die fojever. l
A predlouB one frona.UB haB gone-
A.YQiceweJove is stilled, ..
. tA. place is vacanc m our aearts,
Which neVer-can'be filled., ..:
God. ill hlB-wlsdom has recalled, .
Thebloom his love had given,
And1 .the.' the bjdy in Blumberlles.
The Soul ib safe iu bn.aven.. ' '
Dearest ivattw youtSuffered
Till God dalledyou Frdmybui-'pain,
To'that bright, holy mansion
ThroiendleBs years wttH him to reign
6,; dear Iviu how we loved you,
Bdt'AugelVipved you more, .
And they b'aye sweetly called yjb'u
To yonder shinning Shore,
The golden gates were open, .
A gentle yoice Bald, come.
And witbr?arewelI'B ail unspoken,
She calmly entered home.
O, how sadly db.we mlsB her
No ear.tfly tongue can tell,
J3UG inULWeu wo nope iu lueet-uoi
VhejaPo farewell tears are shed.
fep not dear-husband, ohlldren
d.frieiids. pufee radyto meet
beWhen coroeth'the end: . ' ,
Remeraberit is God' "who- glveth
and who takes, and those who sleep
In rinnth nhall some dav be awake.
. , . .,' . Ki n. Wrlnrtfi '
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r;- , MARY PLATT
Olaudo Ruddr bf
was iu town Saturday vlaitlrig her
grandmother, Mrs. Perry McCulley.
i MrsiLuoyBean is, in Madisonvillq
tiifiBTwcek. . '': ,$'.' fv;- !.'
Greer attended, the show in Madi
Bonvllle Monday night.
""M.-Hanna, rj riiad a business
trip to Noftonvllle Tuesday.
Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Rash "were
in Evanevllle Tburedayi
Hardy Wyatt attended tlfb show
in Evansvllle Thursday.
L,Misse8 Geneva Huffaker, EHza
AathiandvRutb, LongWd Lona Dav
Wa spent Sunday afternoon in Madi-
Bonyillfi with friends.
MIbb Hazel Fawcett has accepted
a position as assistant teacher in the
primary department of the Earling
ton Graded scnooi ana win oegm
tsacbing 'here Dec. 81st. She" baa
t.. J mUmma nf Ho RornfilATr Qnhni I
ainee Juie'and b'enBehool at that!
v I ' "TURKEY TROTTERS"
Morganfield City VCwncl) ' Places Ques
noiiauic uances urraer oan
Morganfleldj Ky., Djeoir J4. The
Wn has been placed' on sensuolis
dances, wbloh have recently bee'n
adopted by the refined 'and exolu
Blve set. by the city "council here.
TheffollbVlntr ordinance was passed
at the Iast'tneetlng of the oouncll;
"The city council of the city of
Morganfield, Ky.. door.dain; '"
J'Sec.t.lon 1,,, It, shall be unl'awul
JToc any -person or' persons within
the limits r.f police jurisdiction of
the city of MdrganEuTd. Ky., to en
gage in any Buoh" dances commonly
known as the "Turk&y trof," 'bunny
bug,' har cat.'r1 otlVer like, lewd
and 'lascivo.ujR daiice?, ;. . - .K
"Sec,J2, Any petpon who shall be
guilty ot tbeviotaMon of this ordi-J
nance BhAll be guilty; ;of a rmipdei'
meanor and upjm co'n,viqf(ojii .snail
be fined $10 for each Offense and
'oach person engaging in euoIi dad
oes Bhaii'jb'e gliilty of a aeperate of
fense, and 'each dance so Encaged In
1 shall b'e'de,e,med -a seperate offense.
".raBfleq-and jipproved at regular
session of 'the city council on Fri
day, Dec. 6, 1912. '.'..
Attest : A. F. WALLER, Clerk
k J: SCHOOL NOTES
In answer to the inquiry, of mauy
will say, vaca'tTon will begin with
the close of school,, Friday, Deo. 20,
and last until-Tuesday, Deo, 81.
We expect ail pupilB to be In their
places until the last day as there
will be no break in our work.
'Book Keepining Course
In the regular Senior course book
keeping will be given the last five
months beirlunintr Jan. G. 1912. Be-
j4P'thgtm jnmww: ur
otners may take 'tbfs work, yyilr
be glad to- consult' witii--any,VeK
persons sbdn, in order that thebook
eeping out ut may oe' oraera iu
.time to begin withitheRHlar class
MIbs Ruth Trover and Elmer Todd
were un'itod in, marriage .Sunday af
tqrnpon by "Rev. Major JJtley. at-the
home of the bride. This is the'' cal-;
minatton of a happy courtship and
did not come as a surprise to their
many friends. The bride is the
prptty and charming youpg daugh
ter of Zeb Trover, a prosperous farm-:
er of t&"S"utKard"Solid6THbus"e v.r-
clnlty ahd the groom is 'the popular
son of Dee Todd; a well known farm
er, of the same neighborhood, and
18 known througuout the oountrby
his host of frier.dsior his habits and
'sterling qualfties.Tbi's highly esteem
eo ana aamirame young coupie nave
the verv best wishes of their many
friends, for much success and their
Bhare of everything in life which Ib
' Roy Vannoy,,of Madi6.onvilie,vwas
In town Friday,
About- forty Earlington people
attendod the. Rajah of Rum Turn"
at the Garrlok Theatre hi Madi6on-
ville" Mondavnlgdu -'
' Misses Margaret and Catherine
Victory were in Evausville Thurs
Roy Davis left this morning for
Nashville op" business, and pleas-,
Miss' Lizzie -Denioss, of Madlson-
,Ville, who has' boon couneoted with
the Bee, passed through the city
jthls morning for a visit to relatives
Tn NRBhrVffle, Teon.
4U)tera numuer oi our uiiienB en
tendeH tbe "Rajah of Rum Turn," In
MadlBonviilo. This is a home pro
dtictlon ,- composed of Henderson
people who caino to Madisouville on
a special car. irora that city yester
day. It was a success in every way,
Where a whipping may improve
one hoy It will create a grudge and a
thirst for revenge ;ln' another. Parents;
have, several problems besides making
a living. Atchison Globe.
bealre for Long Life.
There appears to exist a greater
desire to live Jong than to live well!
Measure by man's desires; he cannot
live Ibag enough; measure by his
oed deeda. and he has not Uyed lesg
eoo(h; Baeawre by his evil
ke baa llv4too loag.
' Nebo Notes ( ,i1
11 fci nT i " , ' JiaJdii! . ,f
;.-r". jr.. ; a V ( ,
to EarllngtqniSa'turday. to Bee.
Corbm's brpher, Henry Bryum
la oulte sloki
iManvllle Williams, of thei
cr.eek settlement, committed sulo
Saturday night' he left his hous
il.p. m. and the family lound him
4Vclock in tho stable with a cup a
bottle that had carbolic acid, by hU "s
side.. He had. been m bad heal
and .partially "deranged for som
time. He was between fifty an
sixty years old, and leaves a wi
and' several children. He was bur
ried Sunday .at'Union cemetery.
I'JL- negro tfoy, fifteen veal's old.
Jiving on porter's farm, engaged la
.hauling .coa'l1.ieil from his wagon.,
Hear- 'Ma'ito'ui, the wagon of-coak
passing Oyer-' ma body. He livedk
only three minutes.
'Mrs.. P. C. Moss, went to Madieen
vllle Fridav to the orange sale afe(
MIbb Erma Hill, wont to Madison--'
,y Miss Fannie Ezell, spent several,
days with, her 'aunt Mrs. Cnnning
bam at Coiltown last week.
- Mrs. Herron, went to Clay toj89
hep mother Saturday, returning on.
the'12 train -Sunday.
: MrBi Bet'te Veaaey, Bixty-five-yeaVs'bld
.died at the home ofber
sonjt-- 0. Yeasey near Nebo Sunday
morning at 'five o'clock. Sne had'
been sick with pneumonia for two
weeks, She was a member of the
C. P. church and a consistant
Christian, Euneral services at 9M
a. m. at the home of J. C, Veasey,.
conducted by Rev. Lee. The body
will then be taken to MadlBonvllle
and laid to rest in the Odd Fellow
'rattar' Meihiay eveaing.
,.lAU or. moat a.11 tb.e children, la.
Bcbool haye tbVchiOken p6x or itcl
.and jgome.hay.e!b9th, .Hard on tee
Mrs. O. R. Morton, spent last week:
vlBlting reiatiyes.'. ., ' ''
Mibb SallIe,fPytori, isoh the slcfc
list. I .' ... .
Real Estate Deal In Eealington By Out
Mr" John Ma'ioney; of Providence.
Ky., has purdhased, the house own
ed by Mrs. J.M. vletory, on cernen
of Main and -Robinson St., and will)
move h'a faml'l to T this bityaorae
Mine" in early spring. Mr,. .Maloneyr
Is'tne -father of James E. Maloney
of tiijs 'place and has been a good
oltizen of Prov-Idonee for maUy
years. We are glad jto welcome tbeae;
good people to ohr "Ltttlo Pitts
Card ol Thanks Ss
' We desire ts, thank the good peo
ple of Earlington for their kindnea
t.nd assistance in the interment of
our beloved wife and motherandthe
Order of Rodmen who so noble came
to our asBlstano in. the hour of trou
ble. May Gods richest blessings
rest on each a'nd every one of tbem,.
Lbm .0$kN and Children.
If You Have Sdip or Hair Trouble
AdvafMSIe of ThisOffer .
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We could nptatford to bo st'rongly
endorse Rell'OS" Hair Tonic, and
continue to sell it as we do, if it'
did not do .all we claim it will.
Should our enthusiasm carry ua '
away, and Rexall "93" Hair Tonic '
not give entire satl..'actlon to the
user, they would lose faith in u?and v
our statements aud In consequences
our puBines.Br.estige wquld Buffer
Wo assure yt?u that if yoMlialr is
beginning to unnaturally falhmtor
if you hay.eVa'ny sealp trouble,
Rekall "OSVklr Tonio Ib without
question the best .remedy we know
of to eradicate, dandruff, stimulate
hair growtbjftud prevent premature
baldness. " c .
Our faith ln.JRexall "98" Hair '
Tohlci is so. strong' that we ask yen..
to try It on par positive guarantee
that your money-will be, ehjjajJNllljr
refunded If it does not sloWw ife
claim- Two Bixee, 60e aud $1.00.
Sold only at our; store The . lexa4Jr
Store, bt. Bernard Mining Co., Xar
corporated, DrugDept.- ! '
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Mibb Ivy MoCulWy, ' RihahaM
tpknt the week euT wit' Wr gnuMi-
mether, MH; Perry- Mlto v)ia
11 jT 1
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