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tdhe master minds of the leaders
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hags stoodup fearlessly and
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t ethebest interests of the peo
Jple of the county and for tlio
trStigWienlug of every moral
force In tl1nt time we huvej
t pen tffi improvQniqnti and uplift
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sincere appreciation of past
> 1 d future patronage New
LtYR ool the choicest designs isl
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t lachinery is on the road to <
louglilneWP
reputation as a superior place t
for the exercise of the printers
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Q the host of time tried t
readels Of THE BKB the heart
Xaidshake of true friendship 1
Tour ninny brand new subscrib
rthe warmest welcome and
1 most assurance of friendly in
cooc6t To our many enterpri
i gi adYertisers an increasinj and >
T prosperous field To our
isOnI1of V TUE BEE PRINlZRY tm
j jyed eoifvice with la test equip 1
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> i > Greetings and a Happy New n
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r COAL AND PROSPERITY ti
jTJie figures for the coal indus a
u 1T yin the United States for the c
Omar 1005 will show a condition a
al
1f widespread prosperity Mr
ttl W Parker statistician of the n
S0jiited States cologi Surrey 11
i tr 4 recent private letter pre 1
< icfcs tliut the total production of ti
l oni for the country will be be
tween88QtOQQOdni1nd 400000000 t
vrjii rttnsiOneo f the best in a
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I1r l 8 Kentuckys output for
iy ear fjSOOOOO short tons
will be au increase of more
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4004Ot O tons for the state
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k u JQopHins county product
k 1feiS J predicts wjll come to
p < fripnt as usual and the pas
fittstory of constant andprosper
ifeal ffcbfk for the miners oH the
t1 aunt y wt itlik tile usual wage dis
> fi tion Kin the general llines of
jm4ieiaiSppkin8 > county will be
p atod
jJ VIJ1ELn OPfEfJ
he neatest pf French poets
tnoWft thing or two for Bur
lad ho declares his convict DS
W oii Americfttt questions with
iil1af nl conviucingueSs Fran V
r a i Jdoppee holds commonplace
i > iiitrcdur coRvjctidps up
41nAmOz1Qan progress and IIIKS
+ ioper regard for ours hterutur e
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vMTJnr girls llooldodly They nre
beatiwle6ffhley tire poems IncftfnaHo
fChey nrpjacarefis tu tli ey6 Ells y
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tlioljVtoneof Ivt
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where JiToyounK people over wore
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telrt e tI11 ont eql1tto lili bgautt i
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cordiii ita ti Washington di e
tdir ea t
tl Jilowiqgnpf1t tIICryi o
bitpciywfjiehoHsos isa matter til
Jutfeiliiitioifal cjoucorn ami that
tlip overunient of the thiitfrf
States owes it to ftta i gbyerQi ept
of Italy tex tentl fcirorfwi PSa j
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poar JN re i esc n ° tlit ° Itaids
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regard 1 t < jt e Kentucky it l S
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SrlTK sheriffs of lIiOurii i n
a tri atihg a t St Louis hove de
clared that county hangings fir e
demoralizing and advocate that
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State penitentiary The point
is certainly well taken These
legal killings should be accom
pUshed away from the scene of
thecrime and all local animosity
and morbid feeling in the mat
ter be robbed of itsforce and ef
feet
A Y FORD oi Louisville has
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representative of faro SfeiitevBe
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velOplle11t aon9otltionl to J1r e
pe thupti
h + ration Bufeftiiin line with the
recojpirieiidtttHiris of ttle lot e i
convention Mr Foardlis al
ways alive to theSt tstelsititer
ests along bUsiues8n J3 and if 1
the logislatyro < iets Enough of i
the swine enthusiasm lieritucky
will be cared driU this very
important inatten
CmzENS of Trenton have me
a nd denounced the dynamite and
fire on tra gb ft perpetra tedi n Tqdd
county upon the Regie nnd in V
dependenj tobacco interests But
there is yet no sound Qf large re
ward for a cnpturo and prosecu
tion of the outlaws who verve
trated those outrages
LABOR THE CANAL PROBLEM
THAT SECURED FROM NEARBY
ISLANDS DSTEFEIOEENT
Vtmoct ImportBBce That Tr pe ot
Canal Be Decree Upon Wltk
eat Delay j t
Washington Bee 31To those who 1
mar find access tp the Isthmus hoi
commission report there will remain j
no line of the vast enterprise upon I i
which the United States government
has entered which Information need
be lacking or imperfect It includes
the commission report proper a report
reporfrom
from Chief Engineer John F Stevens J
and a statement In close detail by
Charles E Magoon who is not only
member of the canal commission but
also governor of the canal zone >
On the question of labor the comj
mission says I
The question of labor Is a great and I
perplexing one A sufficient supply of j
labor can 10 secured from nearby
tropical islands and countries so far
as numbers are concerned The quos
tion of quality la a very different mat 1
ter Unless a much greater glticfettcS
can be dalpvoped than is secured at
present it vlll be necessary to look
elsewhere for a better class
Mu Hair is
Extra Long
Peed your hair nourish it
ono
Then it will stop falling and
will grow long and heavy
Ayers Hair Vigor is the only
halffood you can buy For
doinge
just what we claim it will do
It will not disappoint you
ll1Myhilr used to be Vert shore flat after
tiling Ayers UalrVIItOI nortttmelto6gan
to grow and no wit ti fourteen Inches long
Ttut teems iploiidld remit tone after being
FtJKoCol
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1 EARUHBTOH BANK
Incorporate
A the Qloeo of Buslnoss oh the
39th Day December 1905
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LIABILITIES
1 Capital Stock
IG000bOt
2 Surplus Feud 250000
su n d i vided
00t
4 Due Depositors
as follows viz
Deposits subject to
check ion which
interest Is not
S065663Y I
Deposits subject to C
check on which
interest is paid 345602
Demand certificates
of deposit on
onwhich
which interest is
paid 8o1ao663 v
Time Certificates o ° f I
deposit toti which t > >
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outstsitidinga p 00
9 DlUsIcdlscount7r w
edr > > i 00I
10 Unpaid divft I
dends r v + 00
11 Taxes due and
unpaid t V 00I
12 Capital S to ek
notpaIdv v c 00
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SUPPLE S1ENTAUY
V
1 Highest amount of indebtedness I I
of any stockholder person company J
or firm including in the liability of I
tha company or firm the liability of I
tho individual members thereof ill
reotly or iodiroutly if such indcbt I
eilness oxtieeds 20 per cent of capital I
stock actually paid hh nod actual
amount of surplus of ttm bank None f
2 How is indebtedness stated in
above item secured See Section f
583 Kentucky Statutes None
3 Highest amount of indebtedness I
of any director or officer It amount f
of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per g
cent of paidup capital stock of
ofbank
bank See Section 583 Kentucky
lfoxeho
4 How is same secured
6 Does amount of indebtedness of
any person company or firm includ
ing in the liability of the company e
or firm the liability of the individual
members thereof exceed 30 per cent
of paidup capital and actual sur I
plus None g
If so t state amount of such indebt
e d ness 1foneH
0 Amount of last dividend 00000 a
7 Were all expenses losses Inter S
est and taxes deducted therefrom J
before declaring dividend and was A
not less than Over cent of net prof >
profits
grad by thu dividend carried to the A
surplus fund before said dividend >
vaa deularod 50000 Stunr
Sea Section 535 Kentucky Stat rf
JjSTATE
STATE OF KENTUCKY l g
COUKlV OF HOlJCINS J SR
JCBRO Phillips Cashier of Earllng = f
ton Bank a Bank located sand dpiujj q
business on M win Street In the town J
of Earlinciton in said county being a
InsaldcQuntYIbeing
dUly sworn Buys the foregoing ray
port Isln all respect a true state I
ment of the condition of the said I i
Bunk At the close of business on the I
80th day of December 1003 tothf
best ol his knowledge and belief f
and further says that the business i
of said Bunk has been transacted at S
the location umned arid not else 5
where jand that the above report is i
made in compliance with an official 0
notice received from the Secretary I
of State designating the 80th day of
December ICOo as the day on which
such report shall be made
madeJESSE
JESSE PHILLIPS Cashier +
JAB B BASH
PB Boss t
trw Directors
Subscribed and sworn to before me
by Jesse PhlllipB the 2nd day of I
IJanuart19Q6
My commission expires Fob 14 t I
dh08 I
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Notajy Public
Hopkins Co Ky
JUJJLIPSI
PISOS CURE FOR a
U NE t AI
B K Cmfeli Syrup eaten Good Use 1
In time Sold brdnualiiU
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g all1 space 9Ii1J iW1 11i171tedrtl1 lltl ties pJ Mr n cli7 t
dr5tic drF a 1i7 11 i o 4 ins e V e i1
il fid Q i S Jiw ls r e < ji 1 create thl 1
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D rKens 98c
Mens 1200 Corduroy Paints > > I + > 1148
Kens 1250 Corduroy Pants > 175
Boys 1125 Long ants i 1 s 896
llot Mens lOo Canton Flannel Gloves per
pair > V t 5c
Ladies Short Wraps at 13 and 14 regular price
Cotton Batting worth Tc at per roll5c
Cotton Batting worth 12J o at per roll 81o
20 PERCENT DISCOUNT ON ANY KENS OR
BOYS SUIT IN THE HOUSE
L lOc 0utingFlannels for 71 f c
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15o Fleeced Flocome Outing in short lengths
for 7p j
Canton Flannels 5o 7Kc 8o and lOflper yard 1
Ladies 200 Pine Shoes Bluoher style
for + + l 150
BIG REDUCTION THROUGHOUT OUR DTIU
STOCK EXTRA SPECIAL BEDUCTIOKS
ON DRESS GOODS LADIES SKIRTS
WOOLEN BLANKETS COTTON BLANK
ETS AND COMFORTS
Mens 175 Gray Dusk Work Coats storm ool
tarforb 1Ab °
Boys S125 Gray Duck Work Coats for J9c rA
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