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2THE BEE EARL1NBTON KY
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ANEW YEARS LOAD
can be had just as easily
as at the beginning t he
holiday season We kee p
this stock of
FURNITURE
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complete at all times and
J all orders can be filled
U promptly and with entire
satisfaction to the pur
chaser
Resolve to pay no more
high prices for good fur
niture Our figures prove
that the best can be
bought here for little
YImoney
Morton Hall
HijT LQeflL 11
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Maharas Minstrels tonight
s Down Mobile at Temple The
+ atre Wednesday Feb 11
r Bob White is put up in towel
sacks For sale bv Madisonville
Milling Co Madlsonville Ky
Little John Long has had a case of
measles
s Tho lumber has arrived and the
erection of Rev J W Lesters house
will soon be commenced
If your watch clock or spectacles
need repairs call on C R Martin att
gallery
s Mac Edwards of Barnsloy has
moved his family to Sebree
Miss Emma Wilson has accepted
a position as governess in the fami
ly of Mr Dock Fowler of Hanson
> If you want the best flour use Bob
s
White and Mothers Favorite For
sale by Madisonyille Milling Co
Madlsonville Ky
Born to Mr and Mrs George
Miller on Thursday Jan 29th a
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fine boy Mother and child are do I
i ing well I
Bro Watson will preach at the M
s E Church South tomorrow night
c at 780 oclock A cordial invitation
is extended to all
f
v Albert J Rosser is very sick and
i is thought to be taking the measles
< His many friends hope ho will soon
Ii ibe out agjim
It was a cruel hardhearted girl
who promised tho young man over
t the Phone she wouldglvo him a kiss
i the next time she saw him and
f when they met next day dropped a
candy ISS in his hand
Died on Thursday night January
29th of measles Mrs J1 Watson
of the Anton country She was aI
V good Christian woman and leaves a
j husband five children and a host ofI
Jf friends to mourn her death THE
i BEE extends sympathy
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Fv Better Than Gold
ItII WAS troubled for several years
with chronic indigestion and nor
° yous debility writes F J Green
of Lancaster N H No remedy
helped me until I began using Elec
1 trio Bitters which did me more
4 good than all tho medicines I ever
used They have also kept my wife
I in excellent health for years She
ff says Electric Bitters are just splon
1 did for female troubles that they
fort
weak run down women No other
medicine can take its place in our
family Try thorn Only 60c Sat
isfaction guaranteed by St Bernard
5U Drug Store
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Prominent dramatic critics claim
u that Lincoln J Carters thrilling
drama Down Mobile which
t comes to Earlington Feb 11 is the
flpest and most faithful exposition of
l Southern lifo produced in recent
f > years The play which is in four
v acts is tho result of months of char
t dolor study in the South and the
characters depicted have their coun
t today in Alabama In
i Sown Mobile Mr Carter is said to
kayo not only endeavored to furnish
i accurate portraits of interesting
Southern types but to have framed
his pictures in surroundings calcu
> lated to show the best stylo of tho
I I jnqdorn d scone painters art
i Foleys Honey and Tar
H forchlldrensafcfsure Nooplntts
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Down Mobile Lincoln J Car
tons latest comedy drama of South
ern life will be seen at Temple The
atre Fob 11 The scene will bo pro
sented hero on the same scale of
magnificence us marked the pro
duction at the Criterion Mi Car
ors own threatro In Chicago There
are four different scones all mass
lye in construction and beautiful in
execution Among the most novel
and striking may be mentioned a
ma if1cont rural scene showing the
home of Josephine Edgerlv tho hero
ine tho quarters of the plantation
the famous Dismal Swamp and the
burning of old cotton mill in the last
act The story ofliD own Mo
bile is described as absorbingly
teresting and is said to deal in an
intelligent manner with the many
different characters found on a plan
tation in the South today
Wanted
Wo would like to ask through
the columns of your paper if there
is any person who has used Greens
August Flower for the cure of Indi
gestion Dyspepsia and Live Trou
bles that has not been cured and
we also mean their results such as
sour stomach fermentation of food
habitual costiveness nervous dys
pepsia headaches despondent feel
ings sleeplessnessin fact any
trouble connected with tho stomach
or liver This medicine has been
sold for many years in all civilized
countries and we wish to corres
pond with you and send you one of
our books free of cost If you never
tried August Flower try one bottle
first Wo have never known of its
failing If so something more ser
ious is the matter with you Ask
your oldest druggist
G G GREEN Woodbury J
lost
Feb 1st one Elgin gold watch
with leather chain somewhere about
No9 tipple If finder will return to
Bee office and watch is not damaged
will pay 15 reward
Hypnotic Show Postponed
On account of the inclement
weather the reproduction of tho
Hypnotic Show will not bo given
Saturday night Feb 71 but will be
given at a later date
For Sale
One house and lot in good loca
ion four rooms good water and out 1
houses Lot 60 by 195 feet Place
in good condition and repair For
terms apply at THE BEE ofllce
Hypnotic Show a SuccessI
Col Albert Toombs reports the I
hypnotic show at St Charles a suc 1
cess and heartily enjoyed by the I
large audience present
Elmer Witherspoon Improving
Elmer Witherspoon who had his
foot mashed last week is making
rapid improvements and contem t
plates going to work in a day or so j
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Good Work
The Corbltt Photo Company isI
dping some excellent work Several
Earlingtonians have patronized this
firm and all express themselves as
beinc well pleased with the work
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Miss Young Recovered
Miss Francis Young the popular i
school teacher of Hecla who has
been very ill with measles has re I
covered and is now able to continue
her duties in the school room
Juniors Meet
The Junior Flinch Club met withI
Miss Garnett Lmdle Saturday evening I
ing and had a very nice time This
cluL will meet with Miss Pansy
Rule next Saturday afternoon at 2
oclock
Killed a Muskrat
Ed Phillips killed a inupkrnt t I
weighing several pounds a short
time since The varmint was found
in the cellar of the St Bernard store
and is supposed to have arrived via
the sewer
sewerSinging
Singing School Growing
The singing school being taught
by Marvin Prather of Madlsonville I
at the M E Church South is well
attended and new members are
added each meeting night This
school is only for those who join the
class No visitors wanted
Something That Will Do You Good
We know of no way In which we
can be of more service to our readers
than to tell them of something that
will be of real good to them For
this reason we want to acquaint
them with what wo consider one of
the very best remedies on tho mar
ket for coughs colds and that
alarming complaint croup We ro
for to Chamberlains Cough Rem
edy We have used it with such
taun 6
that it has become a household ne
cessity By its prompt use wo
havent any doubt but that it has
time and again prevented croup
The testimony is givqn upon our own
experience and wo suggest that our
readers especially those who have
small children always keep It In
their homes as a safeguard against
oupCnmden S C Messenger
I For sale by St Bernard Drug Store
Earllngton B F Robinson Mor
tons Gap Geo King St Charles I
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CUTICURA
OINTMENT
Purest of Emollients and
Greatest of Skin Cures
The Most Wonderful Curative
of All Time
For Torturing Disfiguring
Humours
Cuticura Ointment is beyond question
the most successful curative for tortur
ing disfiguring humours of the skin and
scalp including loss of hair ever com
pounded In proof of which a single
anointing with it preceded by a hot
bntluwlth Cuticura Soap and followed
in the severer cases by a dose of Cutl
cura Resolvent Pills is often sufficient
to afford immediate relief In tho most
distressing forms of itching burning
and scaly humours permits rest and
sleep and points to a speedy cure when
nil other remedies fail It is especially
so in the treatment of infants and chil
dren cleansing soothing and healing
tho most distressing of Infantile hu
mours and preserving purifying and
beautifyingtho skin scalp and hair
Cuticura Ointment possesses at tho
same time the charm of satisfying the
simple wants of the toilet < m caring for
the skin scalp hair and hands from in
fancy to age far more effectually
agreeably and economically than the
most expensive of toilet emollients
ItsU Instant relief for skintortured
babies or li Sanative antiseptic cleans
ing or U Onenight treatment of the
hands or Single treatment of tho
hair or Use after athletics cycling
golf tennis riding sparring or any
sport each in connection with the use
of Cuticura Soap is sufficient evidence
of this
thisMillions
Millions now rely on Cuticura Soap
assisted by Cuticura Ointment for pre
serving purifying and beautifying tho
skin for cleansing the scalp of crusts
scales and dandruff and tho stopping
of falling hair for softening whitening
and soothing red rough and sore
hands for baby rashes itchlugs and
chaflngs as well as for all purposes of
the toilet bath and nursery
New Jeweler
C R Martin with 25 years expe
ripnce in iiis line is now located at
the gallery near depot Work guar
anteed
Strayed
From my promises near No 11
mines last Saturday one spotted
horse eight or nine years o d and a
black filly one year old I will pay
a liberal reWavd for their delivery
DOCK GUIFFIN
Gone to St Louis
Ernest Brashoar of Providence
who has been employed in the dry
goods store of J M Victory Co
for sometime has accepted a posi
tion with a wholesale firm in St
Louis and will go on the road in a
short while
Key Lane III
hey Lane was suddenly noized
with a fainting spoil Sunday and has
been quite ill since It has been
only a short time since he had a very
serious siege of Hlcknuss and the
pro nblblUt IB ho has not fully re I
covered yet
yetEscaped
Escaped aa Awful Fate
Mr H Hairpins of Melbourne I
Fin writes My doctor told mo II
had Consumption and nothing could
be clone for me I was given up to
die The offer of a free trial bottle
of Dr KIngp New Discovery for
Consumption induced me to try It
Results worn startling I am no
on the road to recovery and owe all
toDr Kings New Discovery It
surely saved my life This great
cure is guaranteed for all throat and
lung diseases by St Bernard Drug
Store Price 50c 11100 Trial Bot
tles freo
Coming Soon
W S McGary has secured two
fine attractions for Earlington com
sistlng of Lincoln J Carters Down
m Mobile for Feb 11th and Old
Arkansaw for Feb 17th We can
guarantee both these attractions to
be first class in every manner Dohvt
fall to see them
DayI
Last Monday Feb 2d was tho
day for the proverbial ground hog to
awake from his long winter nap and
view the landscape oer Wo arc
yery much afraid he obtained brief
glimpses of his shadow as the glorll
ous god of day uncovered his face
several times during the day
Have Moved to Earlington
Mr JO Winstead of Nebo lias
moved his family to this place
whore he will locate permanently
Mr Winsteatls family consists of
his wife and one daughter His
mother also makes her home with
andp
have many friends in the Nebo
neighborhood
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The above signature is on the vranpt or I
every bottle of the genuine OWENS PINK
MixtUREthe babys frien4 from birth
birthuntil
U
RU Al ROUTES
For Hopkins County Have Been
Established
POPULATION SERVED 1210
The following Rural Free Delivery
routes from Madisonvillo begin
March 2 with two carriers j
Route No 1 Madisonvillo to Rich
land to B Davis corner to Rose
corner to Hensons School House
to Kirkwoods corner to tan yard
road back to Madlsonville
Routo No 2 Madlsonville to Mani
ton to Nebo to Peyton farm and
east on Rose creek road to Madison
ville Area covered 05 square miles j J
number of houses on routes 271 j J
population served 1210 Names of I
carriers will be announced later
Mr Wheeler Got Rid ol Ills Rbeum3t1sC1I
During tho winter ot 18981 was so
lame in my Joints in fact all over
my body that I could hardly hobble j
around when I bought a bottle of I
Chamberlains Pain Balm From
the first application I began to get
well and wall cured and have worked I
steadily all thy yearR WHEELER
Northwood N Y
Sold by St Bernard Drug Store
Earlington B F Robinson Mor
tons Gap oco King St Charles
CONGRESS OF NEGROES I
It Is to Be Called to Express Confidence in I
Southern Whites I
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A Birmingham special to the
CourierJournal says A congress of
negroes will be held in Birmingham
in May to express faith in Southern
ers and to declare that tho South is
the only place for negroes to live in
A call is now being repaped and it
will assert tbat it is for tho purpose
of announcing tho exact position
and feeling of the Southern negro c
toward the white people of the
South
Prof W H Council president of j
the Negro Normal and Industrial
School near Hnntsville Ala and aj
negro educator and leader second
to Booker Washington in standing
will bo invited to deliver the chief
address at the congress Tho pro
moter ot tho congress asserts that
resolutions will bo adopted declar
ing the men of the South to be the j
negroes best friends Resolutions
will also be adopted advising the
negro to stay out of politics and to
seek development through educa I
tional and Industrial lines Har
mony between the races is to be C
sought x
soughtMiss
Miss Carrie F Atkinson is at home
Ill though not seriously She was
brought from Belmont College
Nashville Tenn last night by her
parents to recover from a slight ill
ness that overtook her in that insti
tution Mr and Mrs Geo C At l
kinson started to Florida yesterday
morning and stopped oft at Nash
vllJe to sto their daughter who was
reported to be sufleiingfromaslight
indispositIOn They concluded to
postpone their trip until Miss At
kinson should entirely recover and
all returned homo last night
While the Short Hand
of the clock travels twice around the
Hal Perry DavisTalnklller will cure
a cold will case the tightness across
the chest and hence will banish tho
fear of pneumonia Just a little
cold does not become amisoiy that
clings until roses bloom if yotuhave
recourse to this neverfailing help
Lhoio is but one Painkiller Perry
Davis
Moved to Providence
Mr P Sewell who formerly was
in the meat business here has
moved to Providence where ho will
establish a meat shop and restaur
ant Mr Sewell has had consider
able experience in the meat busi
ness and will no doubt make a suc
cess of the venture
Mrs MelvIn Hawkins of Mem
phis Tenn arrived hero one day
last week and placed herself un
der tho care of Dr E A Chatton
was operated on Monday for tumor
The operation proved entirely successful
essful and the patlont is getting
along nicely Dr Ohatten has been
Very successful in scores of previous
Operations of this character and has
gained an enviable reputationI
Mysterious Circumstance
Ono was pale and sallow and the
other fresh and rosy Vhench the
inference She who is blushing with
health uses Dr Kings New Life
Pills to maintain it By gently
arousing the lazy organs they com
pel good digestion and head off con
stipation Try them Only 25C at
St Bernard Drug Store
Kentucky has an organized
military vtrength of 2010 and
unorganized 81C008
All
PfSO S CURE FDR
UUHES NEHE All EISE anaMB v
Best Cough Syrup Tastes Good UBO
In tlmo Sold by drupKlsts
w CONSUMPTION
The Earlington BEE Is the bee
advertising medium in Hopkins i
County Try it and see
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fif PERSONALS
Mrs Rufo Clark visited friends in
Madisonvillo a few days fast week I
Mrs Slsk who was reported in the I
last issue to be visiting Mrs Gorty
Day is visiting Mrs Sonthworth
instead
Miss Myrtle Woolen of Madison
yule and Mrs Ems Patterson of
Evansville visited Mrs Powers last
week
Miss Birdie Hall of Madlsonville
visited her friend Miss Lizzie Dean
last Friday and attended liThe
Ministers Son
Mrs Boall of Nashville is visit
ingher daughter Mrs Nome Um
stead
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It is reported that Nellie Umstoad
will leave la a short while for Ore
gon on au extended visit
J R Dean is expecting a visit
from two of his brother from North
Carolina next week
Jesse Phillips was in the Bounty
seat one day last week
Judge C C Givens of the Hustler
was hero Friday
Alfonso Coonen who has been
working at Crofton for several wooks
made a flying visit to home folks
Sunday
Mrs Thad Orton of Hanson who
bas been visiting the family of Mr
Goo Robinson for several days re
turned home Sunday
Rev Chas W Hesson filled his
regular appointments Sunday morn
ing and night
Quito a number of people from
Madisonvillo and Hanson were here
Friday night to see The Ministers
SonAlice
Alice and little Elmer Orr are
quite ill with measles this week
Miss Slsk a charming young lady
of Slaughters is visiting hoc friend
Miss Ida Brown for a few days
Bert Martin is at homo on a visit
from a Princeton Ind
Mrs N W Umstoad and mother
Mrs Beall were in Madisonville
Sunday
SundayMiss
Miss Sallie Taylor of Slaughters
vlllo has boon visiting relatives and
friend In the city several days
Miss Lizzie Arnold of Greenville
was the guest of Mrs Kato Withers
a low days last week
Miss Virginia Rule was in Madis
onville one day last week
Mrs Kato Withers spent a day in
Madisonvillo last week with Mrs
Whitson an old friend of Slaugh
torsvilloMiss
Miss Myrtle Flowers returned
home Thursday after a pleasant
ylelt to her aunt Mrs Volnoy Clark
Miss Richie Stone who is attend
ing school here visited her parents
last Friday and Saturday
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i MrsKato Hooserof Iud hlmpoll if
is visiting her brother Mr Thomas r
Smith this wool y > +
George Wines AVlll Faulk and fJ
Wade McIntosh of St Chrtrlos > y
wore In Earllncton Saturday on Y
Iwere i
business 1 f
I Dan Byrum spent Sunday nd1
Nebo visiting friends and relatives
Mrs W G Branlmm who hast y
been visiting her mother Mrs D
W Umstead returned to her home
In North Carolina last week n
Rev J W Lester was In Madis
onvillo Saturday
Mrs Joseph Hibbs of the Grape
vino country visited her daughter
Mrs Albert Toombs Monday
Mr and Mrs John McCulloy vis C
fled her brother Ed Cayce last
Sunday
SundayMrs
Mrs Inez Witberspoon and Mrs
Y
Croft wore In Madlsonvillo Monday
shopping
Mr Geo Rash of the county seat
was hero Monday I
Alf H Jones of tho Empire Coal
Co was in Madisonvillo Monday on
business
John Gough and Albert Lnrmouth
wore in Madisonvillo Monday I
Miss Edith Gordon of Canada is 11 1 I
timeF
making an extended visit to tho f 1
family of W L Gordont
Miss Annie Ashby is visiting Miss jhi
Brad Stodghill of Madisonvillo this td
week 1
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weekDomitt
Domitt Oldhm and Emmot Toddm 7
m 1
of nonr Earlington wore in Madis
I
onvillo this weekI
J H Bivins of this city was ini f
the county seat one day this week
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Miss Mollie Bryan of Madison 4
villo visited friends hero one day < t
last week f i t
Mesdames M B Long and SallioI J
Stevens were in Madisonville Sat y 1
urday last 1 j
Miss Annie Giannlni of Howell
Ind is visiting the family of J T
Gentry
GentryMiss d
Miss Minnie RatoliiT ofBrazil
S
Ind is visiting the families oilier i
uncle Mr J R Evans and cousin
Mr Dan M Evans this wcokj
J
Rule who has been
Mrs Jno on
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the sick list for several days Is im =
proving i
provingLoving
Loving W Gaines the genial and
urbane gentleman who IB shaping
tho destinies of tho Elkton Iro ressIt S
was hero Tuesday on a business trip
and incidently called on THE BEE
Mr Haines contemplates getting
out a special edition of his paper in
the near future
futureFor f
For Stomach Troubles
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I have taken a great many dif
ferent medicines for stomach trouble
and constipation says Mrs S
Geiger of Dunkorton Iowa but
never had as good results from any
as from Chamberlains Stomach and
Liver Tablets k
For sale by St Bernard Drugstore
Earllngton B F Robinson Mor
tons Gap i Geo King St Charles
sammmmmmmmsmmmmmmmK
I EVERYTHING NEW I
S Get Your Goods Pay for f Thorn Aftetwar
Wo have Just thrown opon our doors to the i
public and have a complete line of all kinds of
r
fc Furniture Room Furnishings
o Such as Quartered and Plain Carpets Mattings Rugs Oil
ll llTf Shades l
n Oak Suits Rockers DIners Cloths Window 13 1Ides Cur
taint Poles Jiotures We keep
Extonsion and Center Tablesa line of Trunks Stoves Iron n <
F Folding Bode and Hall I Beds odd Beds Springs and
TrecsMattresses
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In fact wo keep everything usually found in a first
stores
a Fit up your house by contributing a small amount =
of your earnings each week By so doing and trod ramY
air ing with us you mako no mistake Yours to please + Y
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Best cuisine the markets afford Comfortable rooms
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