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PAUL MOOH5,
EOlfOH AND PUBLISHBH
J. E. FAWCETT
ASSOCIATE EDITOR AND BUSINESS MANAGER
Member ot
Kentucky Press Assoctalion
and
Second District Publishers League
Branch Office in Ben Slalon's Office, Next Door to Postoffice. Madison
ville, Kentacb, Phone No. 24-2 Rings-MISS AILEbN DAVIS, Mgr.
Telephone 47
ANNOUNCEMENTS
COUNTY JUDGE
Wo are authorized to announce R.
R. Bradley us a candidate for re
election as County Judge, subject
to the action Democratic primary.
We are authorized to announce
William T. MI1U as a candidate for
County Judge, subject to the action
ot tlio Democratic partv.
We are authorize J to announce E.
D Morrow a candidate for Coun
ty Judge of Hnpkin county. eutJct
to the action of t'le D-umcrhtii? pri
mary.
JAILOR
We are auMiortied to announce
A. 0. IJyrutn as a cntdate for Jalti.r
for Hopkins countv subject to w
tlon ot the Democrat Party.
We are Authorized to nnnanne
Ural Hurdwick as ft candidate for
the ' oIIIch of Jailor of Hookies
County subiect to the action of the
Democratic primary.
SHERIFF
We are authorized to enuouuee
Willis Rudd as a candidate for
Sherill of Hopkins eouuty, subject
of tho action of the Democratic
party
We are authorized to auuouuce
-J. J. Crowder as a caudidate for
Sheriff of Hopkins County, subject
to the actlou of the Democratic
Primary.
We are authorized to announce C.
S. (Dick) Williams as a candidate
for Sheriff, subject to the action of
'the Democratic party.
We are authorized to annnuuee
Tom DoRan as a caudidate for Sher
iff of Hopkins County, subject to
the action of the Democratic Pri
mary. We are authorized to announce
H. H. Grady, of Madtsouville, Ky.,
SB a candidate for Sheriff, subject to
tbe action of the Democratic Pri
mary. We are authorized to announce
J. E. Hicklln as a candidate for
Sheriff of Hopkins county, subject
to the action of the Democratic pri
mary. We are authorized to auuounce
Proctor Asliby as a caudidate for
the ofllce of Sherill of Hopkins
county, subjoct to the action of the
Democratic primary.
We are authorized to annouuee
W. H. ParriSh as a candidate for
Sherlfl of Hopkins county, subiect
to the action of the Damocratfc
primary.
Wo are Authorized to Aunouuce
W. H O'Hryau as a candidate for
the olfice of Sherill of Hopkins
county subject to the action of the
Democratic Primary.
COUNTY COURT CLERIC
W are authorized to anuounce
J. E. Arnold as a candidate for
County Court Clerk, of Hopkins
county, Bubjnet to the action of the
Democratic Primary.
Wo aro authorized to announce
Frank Brown as candidate fr -County
Court Clerk subjoct to th A$,
action of tho Democratic Primary, j
Wo ate authorize! to aim -um.. -fi.
T. OATES, of the Curtail, un , A
candidate fo, uonnty conn oterk. t
subject to tin action of the oMro. I j
cratlo primary. Jj
We are uuUiorutd to i.'irio.'
John U- Kulmoti ah a cmuim . t
for thH offio of County Coin t CI-i k
of Hoiikiim CoiP'tv, sulJ' . I to Uu
BPtlon of the Democratic Pi hum v.
SCHOOL fUPERJXTEN'DLN
We are authorized to ano.uni--Cass
L. Walker as a candidate u
Scliool Superintendent, subjoct t
the action or the Democratic pri
mary. We are aut'iorizsd to announce L,
It. Ray as a candidate for feonool
Superintendent for Hopkins County
subject to the action of the Demo
cratlo party.
LEGISLATURE
We are authorized to auuounce
"ROY H. WILSON as a candidate for
tbe Legislature from Hopkins coun
ty, subjeot to the Democratic prl
raary August, 1013. j
Advertising Raies
DMplny Advertisements,
slutrla Issue 16c per incl
JjhaI and Inside l'ane,
Readers 10c per line
Resolutions and Cards of
Thanks &c per Hue
Oliitimrr Poetry 5c per 1 1 1
Slight reductions on time
contrnet display advertise
ment. Also locals that run
several month without eliniijco
Entered at tlio Earllnlon
Post omen as Second Cl.its
Matter.
Friday, February 14, 1913
Two Interesting Subjects To Be Discussed
At The M- E. Church South Next
Sabbath
The regular eervices will be
conducted at the M. E. church
S tilth next sabbath.
Sunday school at 0;30 a. in.
Preaching at II a. u.
Subjects: "Evidences ot
Christianity, or how one may
I; tow, lie is rhritian."
Evi nintt "ervtci? nt 7 ;80 t m.
S i j ct : "Fnitliiu Yours -1
Titis subj.'ct will be disCn-ofd
with a view of helping oiinr
men and younc women to find
their place in the norl'l. Miuy
men and women lnvp lifrussr'ed
through life n tilui ipy h"D it
could liuvo liet-ii oi tier i(e. The
public is cnidiul! invitid to..t
tend nil the services of tins
clinnd). IJer doors st.'tui open
to all alike. Tne hiiitiost ambi
tion of member and pastor beins
to serve the community. Sppcial
music.
ARE YOU A COLD SUFFERER?
Take Dr. Kind's New Discovery.
The Best Couh, Cold, Throat and
Lung medicine made. Money re
funded if It fails to cure you. Do
not hesitate take it at our risk.
T?lruf rlnsa holna .1. Ti- WpIIq. Vinv-
rfada, Texas writes: "Dr. Kind's!
Now DiBcovery cured my terrible
ciiuh and cold. I gained 15 pounds
By it at All DrugRlstH.
Helen Gardner In Cleopatra At Carrick
Theatre
The lovers of picture shows in
Enrlmetou are iudeed in store of
a rare treat should they go to
Madisonville Friday or Saturday
afteruoou or niuht, for The Gar
rick Theatre has made arrange
ments to produce for the first
time ever shown in Kentucky,
Heleu Gardner in "Cleopatra."
The excelleut picture consists
of live parts and in length is
0,000 feet, and as advertised it is
without a doubt the most beau
tiful motion picture ever pro
duced. Our suggestion would be to so
see this photo drama and we are
sure none will be disappointed.
Chest pains and a dry hacking
coui;h should be treated wite HAL
LARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP
taken internally, aim a HERRICICS
RED PEPPER POROUS PLASTER
applleq to the chest. Buy the dollar
size Hnrehoutid Syrup; you get a
Porous Plaster freewitli eacli bottle
Sold by the St Reruard Mining Co.
Iticorplrated Dru,' Departuien t.
r- w-- -"jy"-
ARE YOU GOING
TO BUILD?
If so see me. 1 will erect an up-to-date
home ior you, and guaran
tee to save you money. Write me
for prices-
' Neal Stivers
Contractor and Builder
Wkite Plains, Kentucky
Why She Wai Mad.
"Why U b!io mad?" "Ho told her
eho had an appetite like a bird."
"Well, that was a compliment." "She
bad Juet ben reading how birds eat
their own weight In day."
NO NSED TO STOP WORK
W'H'ii the lim'tur older ,OU to
stop woik tt (Mutter), you. I can't
yi.u-iv Y"Ukiiow.u are wmk.
run I. wn hiiri l it ' 1 1 n u iti hi'iiit't tliij
dav, but you mu w ik a- loinr
att v-ii onti stand. Wh H veil lined
l 'E' "10 H'tler to dive tone
Htrei ti ti and vliror to your system,
t.i jieei.f break-down and huild
v u up. Don't b" "1:. lekiv or
ntiine when Eiectrle Hutets will de
i.t lit y.iu froir the first dose. Thou
sands bless them for their ulnrlnu
Iif .Itli mid eireiiKth. Try them.
Everv bottle Is (uaratrteed to satis
fy. Only 5 c at All DruKK'ists.
Thlnos Worth While.
Tho things that aro really worth
while aro not the goals of a struggle
for existence, but thoso which can bo
partaken of by every one and not bo
exhausted. Dr. John drier Hlbb"
RETIRED GEOROI PLANTERS
ADVICE TO KIDNEY SUFFERERS
R-irardinif th won lerMil curfltive
aerlts of vour Swamp-R ot. t can
r.f.t suy 'no much. After stitferlnir
ev-r ly for three jews .r irmre
with severe pim c''i d bv weak
kl.lii-.v-., I wb a nally induced to
try 8'anip-Root tl.ioiitib a testi
iimhIhI I read in on.; of the neWS
i.aper. I wat l u,l n ewndiMnti
that I ffAt otjHiy-rt t from my
sis nr elffbt times -ver- nirh. I
purohssed ft'ryct.t l..tte nnd
before It was u'J I felt e mueh
relief tii"t I purelmted a ote. dollar
bottle aiol tiie tim ttn was
taken toe ! ium btio leit my
back an'l I Uld i.fep the whole
uliflit tiirt-uo I am retire. t pUn
ter70 years of nue, sn-d nwnii; to Dr.
Kilmers S waap-Root, I am In the
be?t heAlth .uid toel like ft buy. I am
alwujstflBd to reconunend Swamp
Root to thoea who ire in n-ed of it.
Sincerely 'ours,
C. E USSERY,
B'lwersville, Ga.
Personally appeared before me.
this 8th of September, 1909, C. E
Ussery, who subscribed the above
statement and made oath that the
same is a true in subbtuuee ana in
fact. T. H. McLaim,
Notary Public,
Letter to
Dr Kilmer Zl Co
Birvflhamlon N Y.
Prove What Swamp-Eoot Will do for
You
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Ring,
hnmtou. N. Y.. for a samnie bottle
It will convince anvone You will
also receive a booklet of valuable
Information, telling alt about the
kidneys and bladder. When writing
be sure aun mention inn iviriiiiirioii
Semi-Weekly Ree. Regular fifty
cent a tul one-dollar size bottles for
sale at all drug stores.
Attempt To Burn Tobacco Warehouse
Two mon tried to approach the
Blanks Tobacco warehouse last
uight and were discovered by
watchman Al Skinner, who call
ed on them to halt, this they re
fused to do, but started to ruu
when Skinner fired two shots at
them, thev in return fired at
Skinner. Quite a good deal of
excitement was raised at the
time and quite a numbar of peo-
Dle were there in a short time
All the factories that, have any
tobacco in them have guards uud
it will be hard for auy one to try
and got near enough to do any
dam.igc.
"Jt-"
COLORED COLUMN'.
HRV. J. K. KVANS. KDITOR
Mr. D.ivld Grey, of MihcIp. 1ml,
formerly of thl place Is much un
proved. Mis. Or- and little duniin
ter returned from there Inst Wed
neolay. Prof. Hell and Ills teacher have
purchased a most beimtiftil "Ellli'K
ton" piano for the public i-cluiol.
Prof- Hetl puiohasi'd it at quite a
baiKalu. Wn will now nodnlllitdo
veoi some arnat vocalists f(r K irl
ItiKton. Mesdame Ella Patteroon, Katie
Johnson and Utile Wm Phillips, the
Infant sou of Mrs. Kito Phillips are
very sick at this wrltlnp.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe O.iboruoaro now
very comfortably situated tu their
home again. Their home was de
stroyed by flro some mouths uuobut
has been rebuilt.
Ti e Illustratod Lecture next Tues
day night at the Baptist church will
no doubt be largely attended. Rev.
J. W. Reynolds, oi Princeton, Iitd.,
the lecturer is a returned Missionary
from Africa. Ho carries with lilnt
the curiosities and pictures of the
tuttivuH wlwro lie labored lor several
j Hiire.
There will be three services nt tho
IlaptlBt and the A. M. l. V. chureb
ot nest Surday.
Mrs. A. G. It.-ll on in- t.v'; ut
this wet K.
"CASCA1ET8" FOB. A
8ICK. SOUR STOXACfl
SlygMt Bowels Cauiu GaKs, Sourness
and Pood Fctmcnlation
Thuf aful .-.urines, belchim:
'f nciii and f u! suse., thtr 'min
iu the pit of I lio Mout.icli, the
heart hum, iiervousii -f-, .ihuim ji,
bloatiii;; after oatiii!;, feolini; of
fullness, dizziness and sick head
ache, in en its a disordered stom
ach, which cannot be regulated
until you remove the cause. It
isn't your stomach's fault. Your
stomach is as yood us any.
Try O&bcarets; they iinmedi
ately cleanse and regulate tho
stomach, remove the sour, undi
gested and fermenting food nd
foul gases; take the excess bile
from the liver and carry off the
constipated waste matter and
poison from Hie intestines and
bowels. Then your stomach
trouble is ended. A (Jascaret
tonight will straighten you out
by morning a 10-ceut box from
any drug store will keep yonr
stomach sweet; liver and bowels
regular for months. Don't for
get the children- their little in-
sides need a good, gentle clean
sing, too.
L. &. N. TIME CARD.
Time 01 arrival of trains passion
through and departure of trains
originating at Earlington.
Elfective Suuday, Jan. S, 1013.
NOHTJI BOUND.
No. 98 7.58 a. m
No. 92 R.30 a. m.
No. 6a 11.13 a. in.
No. 04 8 .00 p. m.
No. 54 11.15 p. Ul.
SOUTH HOUND.
No. 99 9 45 p. m.
No. 53 4.30 a. m.
No. Do. 7 50 a. 111.
No. 51 4.21 p. in.
No. 93 10.50 p. m.
1NTERURRAN TRAINS.
NOltTII HOUND.
No. 100 8.08 a. m.
No. 108 2.03 p. m.
No. 110 5.02 p. in.
south hound.
No. 103 7.05 a. in.
No. 107 12.57 p. in.
No. 109 3.10 p. in.
No. Ill 0.1(1 p- m.
M. H. & E. TIME CARD,
M. H.& E. time cud went Into
elfect Sunday, Jan. 5, 191X.
iNo. imeaveti 5:15 a. in.
No. 113 arrives.... 8:W) p. in.
I. C.R. R. TIME CARD.
Time of departure of Illmoio Con.
tral trains from Nortotivllle, Kv.
.VOllTU HOUND.
No. 102 1.28 p. m.
No 10-1 3.30 a. m.
No. 12'.', local pass. 10, 15 a in.
No. 130, local 0.30 p. in.
BOUTJI 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 6.53 a. in.
For mild, tay iclloa of iho Lowell, try
OatD'i Refilled, modern Unlive. IJC it all
lorci.
Notice to Candidates!
We will print your cards now, any
size and color you want and hold them
until you are ready to use them.
GET OUR PRICES
Semi-Weekly Bee
Earlington, and Madisonville, Ky.
sxcssaiBxzssxiER:
I B. M. SLATON i
UNCERTAKfR
Funeral Director, ::
Ane- wi- rail ualln Duv c i- rilrrlit 5
J:
NEXT HOOK TO POST OFFICE.
Office Phone 124-2
I MADISONVILLE,
In the Cars
There arc many calls for particular supplies when it
comes to properly caring for and preserving the health of
Children. You can feel absolute dependence and place your
entire confidence in our store. Particular attention is paid
to the filling of prescription, for children, In our laboratory,
and among our drug-store goods are to be found the purest
and best of infant comforts aud nursery facilities. All the
popular infant foods, best rubber nipples, pure sugar of milk,
teething rings, cough cure for baby, children's tooth brushes,
pure castile soap, wash cloths and clinical thermometers
St Bernard Mining Company
Drag Department
Earlington,
CORN AND HAY
FOR SALE
I will sell Corn and Hay in car load
lots, or less at a very close margin for
cash. See me if you are in the njarket
for corn or hay.
"IT
Madisonville, Ky:
THK OAK KICK
Saturday, Folo. 1 5 1 In
Mmtlnee rand PJpjl-it
Feuturlng tne World's Greatest Picture Player
Helen Gardner
"CLE0P0TRA"
0000 Foot of Film
5-Par'-6
The mpstBeautffyjl ,Mojfon Pipjuiy five.Iouced
Admission lOcts tot Every One
Licensed Embaimer $
ReiJtnce Phone 1-4-3
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