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Only a few more days of profit sharing in your buying. Make good use of the few days left New
bargains every day. The last day will be as good as the first
,c
arnes
PAUL M. MOORE.
EDITOR AND PUBLISHER
J. e. FAVVCETT
ASSOCIATE EDITOR AND BUSINESS MANAGER
Member at
Kentucky Press Assoctalwn
and
t Second District Publishers League
B
Branch Office in Ben Slaton's Office, Next Door to Postoflice, Madison-
ville, Kentucky, Phone No. 24-2 Rings-MISS AILEEN DAVIS, Mgr.
I Telephone 47
ANNOUNCEMENTS
COUNTY JUDUK
We are authorized to announce R.
B. Bradley as a candidate tor re
election as County Judee, subject
to the action Democratic primary.
"We are authorized to announce
William T. Mills as a candidate for
County Judge, subject to the action
ot the Democratic party.
We are authorized to announce E.
D Morrow as a candidate for Coun
ty Judfie of Hopkins county, subject
.tp the action of the Democratic pri
r Diary.
JAILOR
We are authorized to announce
A. C. Bynim as a canldate for Jailor
for Hopkins countv subject to ac
tion of the Democrat Party.
SHERIFF
"We are authorized to announce
Willis Rudd as a candidate for
Shentf of Hopkins county, subject
rif thn action of the Democratic
nartv
We are authorized to announce
J. J. Crowder as a candidate lor
Sheriil of Hopkins County, subject
to the action of the Democratic
Primary.
We are authorized to announce C.
8. (Dick) Williams as a candidate
for Sherltl, subjeot to the action of
the Democratic party.
We are authorized to announce
Tom Loxan as a candidate for Sher
llf of Hopkins County, subject to
the aotlon of the Democratic Pri
mnry. We are authorized to announce
H. H. Grady, of Martisonvllle, Ky.,
as a candidate for Sheriil, subject to
the action of the Democratic Pri
mary. 1
We nre authorized' to announce
J. E. Hicklln as a candidate for
Siiorllf of Hopkins county, subject
to tl t action of the Democratic pri-
NVc ar authoriaed to announce
ProVtir Abiiby as a candidate for
the ilIifH of Sheriff of Hopkins
r-'.r ty, s ul'jct to th aetlou of the
Democratic primary.
COUNTY COURT CLERK
Wo fti" authorised to annuunoe
J. E. Amild as a candidate for
County Court Clerk, of Hopkins
county, subjeot to the notion of the
Democratic Primary.
We are authorized to annouueo
Frauk Brown as a candidate for
Couuty Court Clrk subject to the
action of tho Democratic Primary.
We are authorized to announce
B.T. OATE9, of tho Curtail, as a
lnnMiiate foi couuty court clerk,
Bubjeottothe aoUou of the demo
cratic primary.
IWeare authorized to aunounco
jotau O Salmon as a candidate
for the office of County Court ClerK
2f Hopkins Couuty, subject to the
'aotlon of the Democratlo Primary.
(SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT
Wo are authorized to annouuee
Cms L. Walker aB a candidate for
Bohool Superintendent, subect to
tho. action aL JJje JJemporauo,, Rri-
eubjt J, toHhb sJSsL- .rfi 9ino
rratli natty. J 1
dl
owan
Advertising Rates
Display Advertisements.
slntrle lBMie luu per inch
Locals and Inside Pities,
Readers " 10c per line
Resolutions and Cards of
Thanks 6c per line
Obituary Poetry 5e per line
Slight reductions on 'Hue
contract display advertl--mnits.
Also locals that run
govrral month without clianjfe
Entered at the ISarlinjjton j
Post Office as Second Class i
Matter. j
Tuesday, January 28, 1912 :
We nro aut'iorizei! to announce L,
R. Rav as a candidato for School
Superintendent for Hopkius Couuty
f ubject to the action of the Demo
cratic party.
LEGISLATURE
We are authorized to announce
"BOY S. WILSON as a candidate for
ihe Legislature from Hopkins coun
ty, subject to the Democratic pri
uiary August, 1913.
Fine Record For 1912 Made By Chris
tian Church.
The annual reports from all de
partments of the Christian church
show that last year was one of the
best of its history. There is now a
membership of 222. Tweuty-seven
of which are non-residents, and
thirty of which were added since last
April. The fluancial statements is
as follows:
Atnt. contributed to General Treas
ury $1427 OS, by Bible school $341.10,
by ladies aid $720-00, Womans Mis
sionary Society $170.15, Junior Mlr
slon Board, $42.'50, to parsonage fund
$073 50 to piano fund $100.00. Total
$3774.90.
A splendid am! hopeful spirit
prt-valies in the entire membership
and the outlook for the preseut year
is very bright. This church is seek
ing in every possible way to serve
the commuulty helpfully and to be
oiio of its honored institutions.
To prevent pneumonia, a cold set
tied In the luoirs Bhould be attended
to at once. Put a HERRICK'S
RED PEPPER POUROUS PLAS
TER on the chest und take BAL
LARD'S HOUSEHOLD SYRUP
luteruallv. It's a winning combi
nation. Buy the dollar size Hore
houud Syrup; you get a porous plas
ter free with each bottle. Sold by
St. Bernard Miulng Co., Incorporat
ed Drug department.
Making Wocd of traw.
Science, with nn eye to tho manu
facture of artificial wood from straw,
Is now experimenting In London. At
the outset It Is proposed to utilize
the process for the manufacture of
matches, and It la olalmed tli eoat
will be lessoned.
A UMltliy mm It king la Us owa right; ui
uulitalibr mu B uuluppjr lv. For iuur
blood awl sluggish Hvar, UK Burdock Blood
Blttara. On tho ouikot 33 year ti.oo botilo.
Has
A ma a who
soul way ct
songs.
Roan Dm.
has m mwlc In his
rlflh wrlliwt popular
SGIENTIF1GJPTICIAN
If Ibli print cinnoi bo distinctly read at
10 Inches, there U a defect ct vlsloo which
should be corrected with glasses, no matter
what tho ant.
Eyes tested free.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
R. D. OsDum
Ofilce: Room 6, Y. M. C. A.
Building
Madisonville, Kentucky
i AuRstortPBtude
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2
of
Go Incorporated
Carbondae Items
Our lit tie town is still on tho boom
with plenty of work.
Mr. Hart, our mine foreman, spout
Saturday nltrht nnd Suudav In Mor
ton's Gap with his family.
Mr. W. G. WrlRht. made a Hylnic
trip to Earlluxtoii on business Wed
nesday. Mr. T. P. Alexander, our hook
keener htts got to be me hat of a
lady's man. t
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lrine, spent last
week In Ruth, Ky., at toe bedside of
Mrs. Shflby Brooks, whoU very low
with cohftiinpttoii.
Mr. E. Parker, spent part of last
week In Crof ton with home fo!k and
frlnds.
Mr. Murine dues. i lakiujj all of
hi holiday In Iisley at Mr. lllooni
urs. i
Mr. T. P. Alexander, was lu St.
Cliailes Sunday afternoon.
One of our friends, uot long sluco
while on duty nnd taking Iiliu a
snooze came in contact with n zinc
tube. After the combat und the
wreck was cleared away we found
several bruises on the tube. He,
himself got little sleep.
Mrs. Oldham, of Carbondale at
tended the funeral of liar brother
Jas. Stokes Sunday, who was killed
by a train Saturday nlnht.
Mrs. Frpuk Fox, attended church
at St. Charles Sunday morning.
A certain youn man of our town
a few nlgnts past, on returning homo
from makiUK a call, found himself
locked out in the cold. He caused
quite an excitement: trying to pot In.
The inmates got to his rescue by
fracturing two nails and a few
bruises.
There is stroug talkjof a lady's So-
cletv Club being organized m our
tnwn. We are glad to kuow our
towu is building m that way.
S100 Reward, S100.
The readers of this paper will be pleated to
learn that there It at least one dreaded dleease
that iclence hat been able to core in all ill stag
es, and mat is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cere Is Ihe
only positive cure now known to the medical
fraternity. Catarrh beinc a constitutional dltease,
requires a constitutional treatemem. Hall's Ca
tarrh Cure Is taken internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous sutfacss of the sys
tern, thereby destroying the foundation ct the
dlsei.se, and Riving the patient strength by build
Ins up the constitution and assisting nature in
doing its work. The proprietors have so much
faith in its curativo powers that tbey offer One
Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure.
Send for list of testimonial!.
Address V. J. CHENEY 4 CO.. Toledo, O.
Sold by all Druggists, 73 cents.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Fuel Economy Method.
Tests made by a French railroad of
a device for heating water beforo U
reaches tho boiler by exhaust steam
showed a fuol economy of more than
twelve per cent.
Taken up as a Stray
One Ufd H-if.r about two vsars
old, with thn following mark to
wl'. Split In iitfht -ar, prop off left,
dehorned iiirt partly white, bushy
tail and valued at fifteen dollars by
. 0. Moorf. 2 miles East, Kail-
Invtnn. lCv.
Wltnttui ('Walter Faver, wituem
Sworu to by D. W. Lneket,witnis
Olvsn uuder my liHtid ai J untie
of l'eaoo of Hopkins county Kv.,
this 16th dnv r Jan. mis.
J. W. Priest, J. P. II. C.
Thrift.
It's a wise child that resemble Its
richest relaUve.
NOTICE ,
Notice is hereby Riven that he
Dawson Springs Sanltorlum and
Health Resort, Incorporated, will
be dlssolveed by consent of th
Stockholders on the day of February
1018. Said Corporation is now cIob
lug up Us business.
Dr. Q. Frank Russell. Superlnten.
dent of the abovn named institution
will couduot a private Sanltorium
known as the Russell Kanuorium in
the plant now operated by this con.
cern. This January 20th. 1018.
U. L. RUSSELL. Pre?.
J. ht RUSSELL, Sec'y.
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statistics
SUt9i.
IttllSlI
New ab
Tke McLeod
Madisonville,
L. & N. TIME CARD.
Time 01 arrival of trains passInR
through and departure of trains
originating at Earlmgton.
Effective Sunday, Jan. 5, 1013.
NOKTH BOUND.
No. 03.. 7.63 a. in
No. 02 0.30 a. m.
No. 52 11.18 a. m.
No. 04 8.00 p. m.
No. M 11.15 p.m.
BOUT l HOUND.
No. 00 0.45 p. m.
No. 63 4.80 a. m.
No. 05 7 60 a. m.
No. 51 4.21 p.m.
No. 03 10.60 p. m.
INTERURRAN TRAINS.
NOKTJI HOIINI).
No. 100 8.08 a. m.
No. 103 2.01 p. m.
No. 110 5.02 p. m.
SOUTH HOUND.
No. lOfi 7.05 11. 111.
No. 107 12.57 p. in.
No. 10) B.10 p. ui.
No. Ill .10 iv m-
M. H. & E. TIME CARD.
M.H.dc R. tnn oard wont Into
effect Sunday. Jan. 6, L18.
No. 112 leHv-s 5:46 a. in.
No. 118 arrives.... 3:80 p. 111.
I. C.R. R. TIME CARD.
1
Timo of departure of Illinois Cen
tral trains from Nortonvllle, Kv.
NOKTII HOUND.
No. 102 1.28' p.m.
No 101 8.80 a. m.
No. 122, local pass. 10.45 a. in.
No. 180. local 0.80 p. m.
BOUTII BOUND
No. 101 4.08 p.m.
No. 103 2.03 a. m.
No. 121, local pass. 1.28 p.m.
No. 135 local pass 5.53 a. in.
Thought Ho Covered the Ground.
A man who was dunned by a book
seller for a book delivered some time
before returned the bill with this
written on It: "I never ordered this
II book. If I did. you did not send It
If I got It, I pld for It. If I didn't,
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Earlmgton, K.y,
Advance Showing f
Take a peep attlie New Seasons
Offering of Laclles, Suits
We have received an advance Shipment of Spring
1913 Models in Ladies' Coat Suits, Featuring some of
the most exclusive styles, fabrics and weaves for the
coming season, iu the much wanted Blues, Grays, Tans
and other popular shades. These are Strictly High
Grade, Conservative Garments, everyone a beauty.
We invite you to call and look them, over.
Incorporated
r
Isn't it a Rather
YOUR Visits to
Does your last photo seem like one of you in
quite another period of life?
You will not look younger tomorrow than to
day nor the next day than tomorrow.
Don't wait until you are not any longer the
"you" of today before your next photo is made.
Now is a splendid time to have them made.
The holiday rush is dver so we can take plenty of
time to get acquainted and bring out your best
points.
Xke CorLitt Studi
I B. M. SLATON
I UNDERTAKER
I funeral Director.
j AriHwcr mil oevllsr Day or- Nigjtit
I NEXT DOOR
3 Office Phone 124-2
I MADISONVILLE,
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