Newspaper Page Text
1 V . i" '
1 II'. A
11 i" 1 11 n ; . j t
it i i i i - i r i
, . . n ; Card From Jim Hltklln. I
MAKE. USE OF pop fA'JL ORDR. DEPARTM
Don't Miss This Sale of Fine Suits
You can't altord to lot the prico advantages of this
salo uo by. It lifts now reached tlio top notch In bar
train attractions. Tho stocks mid vnnotlcs nro still bit?.
Tho clnsitiKotitof all our factory "remainders" In
$18.50 to $25 suits for men, rIvos you your choice at
All our rogulftr stock Suits and Overcoats will bn
olosod as follows. ixone roservea.
Men's $10.00 Suits aud Ovorcoats, now $
Men's $12 50 buits una uvercoaii, now
Mtn'i 115.00 Suits and Ovorcoats, now
Men's $20.00 Suits and Overooats, now
Men's $25.00 Suits and Overooats, now
Men's $30.00 Bolts ana urerconts, now.
Mn' iv.m Rnita und Orerooats. now.
tiame ratio on an tiTercoi on up mj tov.uu
MEN'S FUIl, FUR LINED AND FUR TRIMMED
$40.00 Overcoats, now... ??,05
JflO.OO Overcoats, now J5.00
85.00 Overcoats, now 75.00
$110 00OvercoBts, now 00.00
$120 00 Overcoats, now "'00
RnrKattis in Shoes
OUR PARCELS 1'08T PROPOSITION
We will trnnsuilt by Parcel Post, free of chariro to
you nil purchases from one ounce to eleven pouuds.
This applies to orders received In any department o
PAYS TO TRADE. HERE.
it$lW &VAN&V-I LUE'r,.-'! N P IANA'.-
The man who whiipeii down a
About the thing! he hat to tell
Will never reap a crop of dollart
Like he who cllmbt a tree and
News of the Town
The State Mine Rescue Car hat
arrived In the olty and will gWe
daily Instructions to those that care
to attend. It Is on the track near
the Passenger depot.
Roy Peyton aud wife, who have
been living In the city for several
months, will move to Erausvllla
where Mr. Peyton has acoepted a
position wltb one ot the Banks In
that city Mrterfr.
Lnke Teagub, of Madltonvllle
passed through the olty 8atarday
afternoon eurouto to Mlnlnlppl,
where he is attorney for a large
estate, who owut thousands of acres
or land In the boutb.
Jake McEuen, ot St. Charles, was
In the city Saturday afternoon and
night to vitit bit brother, T.J. Mc
Euen, who is qulto sick at his home
on Wett Railroad Street.
Mrs. W. K. Nesblt, left last week
for a visit to friends in her old home
Mrs. W. S. McGary, left Saturday
for Orlando, I'la., whore eho will
Join Mr. McQary who has been In
that state all wluter.
"Waltor Martin, formerly ot the
I Bee is making good In tho Insurance
Business. He led all the Agouts for
the Metropolitan Company in tills
district last wook and It includes
towns llko Madlsonvllle, Hopkins
villo and Henderson.
Tho St. Bernard Mining Company
has Installed a twenty inch rubber
belt coal conveyor at the Coke Ovens
to carry coal to tho washer. This is
o'uo of tho latest improvements In
tbe coke making line and will save
lots of time and money and make
Wyley, the Jeweler, has in bis
window sevoral views of Earllngton
and vicinity that were enlarged by
the Eattmnn Kodak Company and
they are certainly very flno work
and is drawing lott of comment and
Frank D. Rath, who started to
New York and Pltttburg last week
and was taken tick at Terre Haute,
Ind., and was compelled to rstnrn
home ii now up and will again try
and make the trip today. He goes
intheintereitot the company and
oily, to set about the purchase of
tbe Turbine Gsnerator for the city
lights and. use in the .mines.
Mist Bernard, of Anton, spent
Sunday in the city with Miss Agnes
Etqnlre Henry Shaw, of the Mor
tont (lay country was in the city
Saturday afternoon attending tbe
U. D. O. entertainment.
Mosdamet Belle Pike and John
Tanner, left yesterday morning for
a visit of several days to friends in
Mesdames H. H. Holeman, Bon.
L. Fielda and Misses Elizabeth
Pierce audFlora Pearoe, of Madlson
vllle, were In the city Saturday
afternoon attending the U. D. C.
that celebrated tho birthday of Leo
and Jackson at the home of Mrs.
Card From Jim lllcklln.
&la(Iionvillo1Ky Jan.14, 1910.
To Tho Democratic Voters of
Gentleman : 1 tnko this metli
od of amiouncitm to tho public
Unit 1 nm n candidate for the
oflice of SueriiT of Uopkius coun
ty, subject to tlio will of the
voters us ulinll bo expressed nt
the primary elcctiou, which is to
be hell Siturday the 2nd day of
1 havo for some time boen c in-
sidoriug this step, aud now mako
bold to let the voters know that
am in the Hold with a strong
hope that I shall bo ablo to win
tho nomination. I am-not a can
didate against any man who may
seek the nomination. . I am simp
ly! a candidate on my own merit
I was born and reared in Hop
kins county and am now 44 years
old. I am at prenont the assessor
for llopkins county and leave to
those who know my record as
such officer to say whether or not
1 hnve discharged the duties
thereof. While 1 shall not make
no promise that I can not illi,
yet 1 do feel safe in saying that
1 am capable of filling to tho
satisfaction of all, the olfice to
which I aspire.
To those who havo known me
tho longest and best, I am will
ing that they shoul 1 speak as to
my fitness for tho office 1 seek
and as to my standing as a citizen
of tho connty whose interests I
hope to servo further in tbe
future. It is perhaps not going
too much out of the way to say
that tho portion of tho connty
from which 1 come has not had a
8herifi for the last forty years.
While 1 claim to have quite an
cxtonsive acquaintanco over the
connty and 1 feel that I am fair
ly well, and as I hope, favorably
known to most of the titers
thereof, yet it is my desire, J'le
tween now and the primary eec
tion, to meet with as many of. the
voters as possible and have with
thorn a heart to heart talk. Whi'e
I shall press my claims for tbe
people, yet I assure yon that it is
not my aim to, at any time,
weary your pationce with over
zjal on my part.
It i now my 'intention to make
a clean and fair and aqnaro raco
for tho nomination. I recognize
the fact that I have opponents
who are well worthy of tho o7pS
which I seek, but no on;Jvca
more appreciate your votes than
I would, or strive harder to make
you a faithful officer.
J.Xmes E. Hicklin.
"Mental Health Resort"
Ever Hear of One? No!
WELL, that is what the Idle Hour
Picture show is. Never thought
of it that way before, did you? Of
course not. But it is, nevertheless.
Whether your days are spent in a
cheerful or in a doleful world, an
hour of your evening spent at this
amusement place will be a real di
version. It will clear your mind of
all the trials and worries of the day,
leaving it clear for a night of un
troubled sleep and a new strength for
the day to come.
You never thought of it that way before, did you?
Of course not. But trV it some time and see if
there is not something ih it.
I RID4Y AFTERNOON AND NIGHT
Bcnetit Daughterfe: of the Confederacy
Takes Druggist's Advice With
Tf .timnn ehmilA know thQ WOrt&L
ot a medicine, It Is tho retail druggist,
.,. OAn if avai hla rnuntfir wery
day In tho wook, and Is In a poaltloa
to know wnat remoay gives mo irov
Mrs. Frank II. Ullno, ot West Sand
Lake, N. Y., says: "For a number ot
years I was a great aunerer imm
bronchitis. Last July I had an attack
which was moro severe than any, and
ray friends thought I could not recover
from it. Then I was auvisea Dy my
druggist to try '."nol. which I did,
urnnilnrflll msilUs. Mv much
has loft mo; I havo gained in weight
ana appetite, anu i am as Biroug aa
over I 'was. I advlso all who havo
bronchitis, chronic coughs, or who ara
run dawn to try Vlnol."
It Is tho combined action ot tho
medicinal curatlvo elements of tho
cod's liver, without tho greasy oil,
aided by tho blood-making and
strength-creating properties of tonla
Iron that makoa Vlnol so efficient
Itemcmbor, wo guarantee Vlnol
to do just what wo say wo.
pay back your money It It docs not
Sola oy Sr. Bernard Mining Co.
New Parcel Post Will Re
quire Thousands More
The Unltod States Civil Service
will require the nppnlntn ont of ap
proximately 85,000 employes duriiiK
tho coming year.
Tim opportunities for position In
tho Civil Servlco wore never better.
Civil Servica position nro closir
ablo becnuso the bourn for work are
not too long, salaries aro good and
certain, and promotions aro froquont.
Tho greater number ot appoint
ments will be made In the Post Of
floo Servlo, paying from $(500 to tl,
700 and moro per year: the It. F. D.
Service, paying $1,100 nor year to
standard routes; aud the Hallway
Mall Service, paying from $900 to
$1,800 per year.
If you aro an Amerloan over 18
yoars old and can read and wrlto you
can make sure of appointment to
one of these positions by studyof an
I. U. S. Civil Service Course. N-
Jnst mark and mall the coupon
below and wo will send you booklet
giving names of I. C. S. student who
aro now holding Civil Service-position
at good pay. Wo will also tell
you how you, too, can enter this
most pleasant and profitable em
ployment. Pleasant work good salaries
positions for life.
Mark and Mail this Coupon
MIEmTIOIt CORRESrONOENCE SCHOOL
In 1238, Sennton, fi.
ricato explain, without further obligation
on my patt, how 1 can qualify for the Civil
Service position before which I' have
Oultoa larce number ot Madison-
Ville people were lu the city Suuday
afternoon visiting friends,
The County Democratic Commltteo
mot vestordav afternoon In the room
of theCounty Judge and elected Hou,
Rubv Laiioou as the Chairman for
the ensuing year vioe J. I). Brasher
who Ib now out of the coun
ty a largo number of the people
from all sections of the county were
present despite the bad weather.
II. M. Salmon, of Ilslov was in
the olty a few hourt yasterday after
noon enroute to Madlsnuvllle to at
tend the County Dmimeratlo Cum
F. 0. Clerk t, 0. Inspector
Mill Carrier ft Immlrrnl Inipiclor
I. F. D. Carrier BuireT
If. Melt Clerk taelitail Welfliir
Ir. Mall Weijhir stampler
Nessenier Oipulr Olllcer
Eleriter Coidacler rreetnn
Skilled Laborer ttatelni
St. & No..
Jesse Phillips anil Lawson Ash-
more of St. Charles were lu the olty
enroute to Madlsonvllle on business,
The Earllngton Chapter TJ. D. C.
were delightfully entertained Satur
day, afternoon at the beantlfnl home
of Mrs. Frank Qlsnnlnl on Main' St.
In honor and to oelebrate tbe Lee
and Jackson birthday. The homo
was deoorated In tho colors ot the
daughters, rad and white. The
hostess was assisted In receiving
by Mrs. Henry Bogers. Mrs. N.
E, McKennon Mrs. Cbai. Poyle
daughter of the hostess presided at
the panoh bowl Misses Connie Fen-,
wiek Sae Wade Davis and Susan
Mario' Crntebfleld rendered a bean
tlfnl musical program. A brief ad
dress by veteran Henry Sbaw was
enjoyed. Tbe dining room was dec
orated" with Red and White Carna
tions and the Misses Whallen and
Mrs. D. V. TJmstead served the
guests with delightful refreshments.
The St. Margarets Guild met yes
terday afternoon at the home cf
Mrs. D. Paul Banks muchand busi
ness was transacted.
Dr. and Mrs. Eldred Davis after a
visit to Mrs. Davis father in Mineral
Wells Texas have returned homo
They will occupy rooniB at the home
of Dr. P. B. Davis on Railroad St.
LOST Watch Fob with letters D.
H. C. lngraved, Satnrday on the
streets of Earllngton. Finder bring
to this office and receive reward.
Edwin Graham who came here a
few weeks ago from Herrlu III. sick
with Typhoid fever died at the home
of his mother Sunday night and was
buried yesterday afternoon in the
Earllngton Cemetery he waB 21 years
and had formerly worked here aud
had been in Hernn III., for about
Mr. E. W. Renfrow, of this olty,
and Miss Vera Woodson, a charm
lng yount; lady of Humboldt, Tenu.,
will bo married Wednesday at the
home of tho brides parents. Im
mediately after tho ceromouy thuy
will go to Nashville Tenu., on a
brlillo trip and altera few days spent
in that olty will come to Earlingtou
whero they will reside, Misb Wood
sou is a oharmlug and attractive
youug lady and Is very popular lu
her home town. Mr. Renfrow Is a
popular conductor on the L. & N
aud has many friends here who wish
the hapr.y couple a long life of hap.
pluess aud prosperity.
There's more than one detail to tie considered in the
filling of prescriptions. Puritvtrength and skilful
compounding arc three very necessary considerations,
but there's a fourth consid'eraUggually as impor
tant. The weighing and measuring of drugs must
be carefully done. The fraction of a grain or a drop
or two in excess ofttimes makes a big difference in
results. Your doctor wants an exact amount on
his prescription. If this were notso he would not
be so peculiar in his specifications. We give you
exactly what your doctor orders. We weigh medi
cine on the most accurate prescription balance
made.- AH liquid medicines axe' measured in care
fully graduated containers. You are sure of receivr
ing the right amouat and the exact amount when
we fill your prescriptions .r t It1 is si carefulness that
goes witn our service. Prices reasonable.
St. Bernarcl Mining Co.
B. M. SLATON '
A-nsw-ex- call c ex lit- Day or Jiglnt
NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE.
Office Phone 124-2
Rciidence Phone 124-3
THE ECONOMICAL WAY
The Ions; distance service ot tbe Cumberland Telephone & Tel
egraph Company enables the business mau to condnot all of his
outside affairs in the most oconomical and satisfactory manner.
You can Ret Ions? distance connections to all outside important
cities aud towns within a radius of one hundred miles of Earllng
ton. Prompt service, reasonable rates.
For Information, call
nnuncmiun tci cpunui: & tpiprdipu nn i""p-
uuniui.iii.niiu iuum iiuiil. vu ikLLUiiru u uui
Peaches take more Potash
'from 'the Joil than any other fruit crop. -
It has been conclusively proven that flavor and
shipping quality are not secured unless here is an.
adequate supply of v tji
Th. IimI rnwri life from 100 to ico'boundl of MurUte of Potash
E annually on their orchards in addition to the phosphate. The applica.
. tion of mineral fertilizers should begin when tie trees are planted, so as
to insure strong wood ana early bearing, continuous iruiung ana
longer bearing period.
Most peaca orcnaras starve 10 aeam ai a umc wncn wcy suumu
. . ... . . -c e .i - i i
ue elvine tnear very uesi returns, xxcu uicm u uai-
anced ration and reap the profits.
Taken up as a Stray
One ilea Mfiler nuout two vears
old, with the folio wing marks to
wit. Split lu right oar, crop oil left,
dehorned aud partly whlto, bushy
tail aud valued at fifteen dollars by
E. O. Moor. 2 miles East, Earl
Witness ) Walter Fayer, witnetB
Bworu to by j D. W. Lucket, wituess
Qlvqu under my hand as Jur ice
of Peace of llopklus county Ky.,
this 10th day of Jau. 1013.
J. W. Priest, J. Pi H. 0.
Write us for Potash pricts andfrte
books with formulas and directions.
GERMAN KALI WORKS, Inc.
4lVr4va.r. Hew Tori
WUtsiT Oratnl lut Bldf., Hi 0tlu
JJA&4 . Trail aiaf .. Bfcasu
ti&Vl&A ... s rruieiKo
1 00 MULES
Will be at Robt.
And want to buy 100 head of fat
Mules from 14 to 16 hands high,
and from 4 to 15 years old. Bring
in your mules and get market price.
McL ure fe? Horn
East St. Louis, 111.
BEE DS PAY