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The bee. (Earlington, Ky.) 1889-19??, August 16, 1906, Image 2

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T c SHORT LOCALS I
IMr James Smith Is 111 this weeks
y Bishops long kid gloves are just
J iff time tor early fall trade
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t VVat Slsk who has been 111 for
ueveral days IB about well again
Mrs W N Streaker who has
been ill for several days is recovlntr
Dont forget to come to the armory
tomorrow night and have a good
time
timegerm
germ Baldwin whp has been ill
for ment dome time shows no ImproveS
cIf
Como to the armory Friday night
August 17thm
urn Susie Turner of the St nor
Hernerd
nard clerical force is taking a vacn
thou this week
There will bo something doing at
the Armory tomorrow nigh Como I
out and get In the fun v
L nqrnto Mr and Mrs Bnrrott 1
Moore Saturday morning a fine
girl Mother and child doing well j
Sweet cake and cold lea cream i
will bo served at tho armory to
morrow night Bo sure and coomo
k rualo on easy payments at
T yors Drug Store The colo r
orated Singer and Vhooler Wll
oh Machines UBt4 8
n
JBom To Mr and Mrs Ernest a
Newton on Wednesday of last
week a line tenpound baby girl
Mother and children doing nice 8
ly and Ernest bears a smile that
wont coma off 11
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Mauftgor W S McGary desires to J
I form the patrons of Tonipte thea t
tre that the date af the Beggar 1
jfrince Company has been changed f
from August 20 to the following r
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ifrt Davis and daughter of this t
jplAoflft have moved to MadiBotivJllo c
Hu wiH lu future make that city h
their uonie Mrs Davis has ripen a p
jcealdentof Ksrllnvcton for A number d
t y wr atiU her inaiiy trlrihl8 here pr
to loinr
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Jamea Baldwin Is ill of typhoid
fever this week
Bornto Mr and Mrs W W Lee
of Princeton on last Sunday a fine
baby girl
Sewing machine needles for all
makes for sale at John X Taylor
drug store 33t4
Insure your household goods withI
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J T Coenen Risk Is great and co stCal
small Telephone GO ring 8
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Hornto Mr and Mrs Ed
Ray Saturday night a fine boy f
Mother and child doing wellyu
Ask to see Bishops elbow length r
kid gloves Complete run of sizest
In both white and black now on sale
Follow the crowd to the armor y J
yetomorrow
that delicious cake and cooling
cream S
1Singer or Wheeler S Wilson Ma a
chines for sale at Taylors Drug
Store on payment of 50 cents per B
week Old machines taken in ex n
change H3t4
The Embroidery Club enjoyed aII
most delightful outing at Dawson ac
Springs Thursday Most of the
ladles Were accompanied by their w
husbands who enjoyed the du 3W
thoroughly Some of the members
woro unable to attend which was li
to be regretted The two visitors in
were Miss Carrie Crcnshaw of this
city and Miss Richards of Hop
tn
tnklnsvillo
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Regimental Commissary Sergeant
Henry G Jones returned yesterday A
Ironv a trip to Henderson where he In
went to see some of his friends of
tho First regiment He reports that vj
vitho
awaiting tho arrival of the Third
regiment The camp is finely altubl
be
blated
or
01grounds
an abundant supply of good water
and splendid sanitary arrangements lo
re
Tho stage of Temple Theatre will
swarm the night of Tuesday Aug vj
24 with pretty girls funny corned Oj
aiis and all the necessary charac
ters thut figure In the cast of The
Beggar Prince which according things o sn
things told flt in other cities hastl
becomo a great success judging w
from u musical standpoint Tho
piny f8 excellently staged and pre M
Hontod by n company that has won BO
the admiration and applause of the F
theatre going public fortou thO1F
uonsetmtlvo seasons This toot com
blneil with the beautiful tjo tumes vi
1iretty music the bright nud ileac r I
dialogue ehould make thoconHngU
Pre QUtutlon an together nut > bt lelfirs
event n Ro
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j I F PERSONALS itt
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Mike Cain was in town Wed nea
reday
dayNick
Nick Toombs was in county seat
Monday
Charlie Curtis was in Princeton
Eonday J
EondayMiss
Miss Marjie Whitfield was in town
Saturday
Geo Robinson was in Madison
vllle Friday
Jno Orrot Providence was in
town Friday
Jno Gernnet of Slaughters was
her Monday
Mrs Will Rule was In Madison
MadisFo
vllld Tuesday
Ernest Hibbs of Madlsonville
Shwas
W B Utley of this place is visit
big in Providence
Laura Fenwick Is visiting her
aunt in Howell Iud
Maj Harris of Mortons Gap was
in the city yesterday
Mr and Mrs Henry Cowand pen t
Friday In Evansville
Rev McParland of this city was
In Henderson Monday
Jno Long was in Hopkhipville
this week on business
Mrs Esther Kepley of heO
is here visiting friends
C T Martin made a business trip j
to Madisonville Friday
Mrs Mike Hanna Jr wns in A
Madisohvllle this week tn
Mrs Daniel Adams visited in
Sluughtersville last week
Mr and Mrs Bobt Gordon visited lt
friends in Nebo last wgek1
byMiss
Miss Mabel Martin is visiting w
wafriends
of
N I Toombs made a assOoyle
trip to Crofton Wednesday
eit
Jno T Barnett attended the
Union county fair last week Vl
patMrs
lives at Keysburg this week ain
Vt B McGrath of Mortons Gap 8a
was here Monday on business foi
Harford Chatten Is home from a de
visit to relatlves in Providence do
Mrs Hlrman Davenport of St
Louis is visiting here this week
Charlie Barnett and wife attended
the Union county fair this week Sir
Miss Gertie OBannon visited fil
friends in Mortons Gap last week OP
Miss Cammack of Kansas visit edtwo
the family of Ben Holt last week Plethe
the
Mr and Mrs John B Atkinson
bei
drove Into Madisonvitle Tuesdayal1
al1
Mrs Sam Loin of Nashville is jjjn
visiting Mrs Shaw here this week bar
liDr W T McNary of San Jose 1u
Cal Is visiting relatives in the city pre
Miss Luro Smothers of Mortons are
Gap visited friendahere this week unit
Miss Sybil Asbby has return lauid
from a visit to friends in Madison BEl
Vllle w
fori
Mr and MrsVL Gordon aro
of
yes s dy
terdayalm
Dr and Mrs Nisbet attendedprJ
pm
Hagenbacks show at Evansvllle uai
yesterday Fred
Rev and Mrs J E King spent aud
Sunday in Nebo where he filled his obly
appointmentanI
Little Miss Emma Gray of Mao act
sonville spenf Thursday with Ver and
non loa Hanna m
Uss Emma Wilson loft last ever I Ea
Ing for Denver Cole where she has E
accepted a position
Mrs James Dean is spending tLBean
1ethe
Beanweek
W Leo < of Princeton s
Mr and Mrs Paul P Price and lOJl
lit tle daughter May visited friends 3
Mndlsonville Friday vl
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Miss Ellen Murphey of Liver M
more who has been visiting here I
returned homo m
Monday M
Mrs Withers and mother Mrs wee
Arnold of this city visited ars
Madlsouvillo this weekIII ft
Curtit j f
visited her parents Mr and Mrs >
Hatch Whltflold this week Kvfl t
clJ1Doen
oen visiting in Madisonvlllo se v neral I
al days hRS returned lumip Stayer
Mrs R A Baldwin and childco p n ot r
loft Sunday for an extended visit to ir
relatives in Henderson county 1r
R P Farnsworth j of Henderson f
visited frisiids and relatives In the 4I
city the latter part of last week Ohe
Mr amid Mrs Warner and little r
soft Joe visited friends and rot a tt
tiyes In Nashville several days tills n
weakii Eg
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fiMrs
Misses AlloouiunU Emma of M > dI
soavlllo vlsitQd frlonisltr thp city i
Ttrrlday
Miss Jenrtip Wilson wire has ell
visiting friends lii Providence And
hasr le1
I
turned home
homelel 1 A Q
Ltobert
BobertUflcbealorNft hv4iieTenn i
are spending several weeks with
the family of M Hanna Sr
Misses May Peyton and guest
guestiss
Miss Bessie Weaver of Woodland
Mich left yesterday for Evansville
andIe
relatives
relativesMrs
1ea
mouths visit to her parents Mayor
and Mrs Burr left this morning for
tonMlddlesboro Kyto Join her hus
band They will make that city
their future nome
Ltm Grove Injured
l1IisforIn
Intnne to sustain a broken leg and
ofs
curs at No Umine last Thurs
Inday He in company with
Foreman Geo Wyatt Trip =
leIrIder Andrew Brown and Geo
Shaw were going into the mine
when the trip of car sbroke loose
His injuries were received in
jumping All the others es
caped injury in this way except
was61taw whose lamp was extin
guished and he was forced to re
main with the runaway cars
in1S
1Sjured about the head and right
arm
For Sale Cheap
One fourroom house on west bide
Railroad street four blocks from
postolllce House newly papered
niid In good repair Price 1400
ifpply to Toombs k Fawcett Earl
ington Ky
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C Business Changes
fThp tonsoriul parlor owned
by George Toy at this place
vas purchased by John Uoyle
or Madisonville Monday Air
Ooyle has retained the workmen
ande
will doubtless receive a liberal
patronage as he is weJl known
this city having been en
gaged in this business here be
fore Mr Toy has made no
definite plans as to what ho will
in the future
The Beggar Prince
Knights of Pythias week at Oak
Summit Park opened yesterday in
PrinceOpera
Opera Co succeeded In drawing
two capacity audiences No better
pleased audience has been in the
theatre this season and each mem
of the company Individually
and collectively made the greatest
kind of a hit The company num
bArs about twentyfive and includes
welldrilled and exceptionally
pretty chorus The commedians
omore limn ordinary ability
UttsucceetJed In getting plenty of
laughs during the evening The
Beggar Prince or The Mascot
which was presented at both per
formanceB yesterday affords plenty
enures
acts The entire performance IB
almost one continuous laugh The
odcipal roles were in the hands of
Harry Len Velle Allen K Foster
Godding and Eleanor Burton
all acquitted themselves admit
The costumes were all new
very pleaslm to the eye Each
was set in an admirable manner
the performance was as good as
seen locally at high prices
pricesJvnnsville
Evansville Journal
nurnalEarhntton
Earhngton Aug 21
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aura Goo Mothersheod Is ill this
1kt
jMrs W P Burr who was quite
llllnls week Is Improving
Mrt and Mrs Robert Staver of
KvaiiBvllle Indt were called to Cin
cinnati to attend the death and fu
of hlsfattlerlIr Henry
Ye r who died Mottday Aug 0
paralytic stroke
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CLEARANCE SALE
HH II been one of phenomenal suncp E
hoih from a point hr tl e actual cloarltllut
IIr Sprtnir and Snumer stocks and buw
His derived byII Ir hundreds of patr uj
M ho have taken mlvaniugo of the salt n I
i price p Ther r + nain but a fowtlu1
niorn In which 10 dlsposH of the bale II i
nf lIur Summer Two and Three PiocoSu + 1
Shoes Hats Cai + and FiirnUhlngs s III
n n ample of jaality and price at t M
hHie wo quote
Choice of any Straw Hat Cl
in the Store 1 I 0 0
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Wo must make room for our early Fill
steks
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a IT PAYS TO TRADE HERES
Drug a Talk
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Sooner 01 later there comes
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a time in the life of every
mar woman and child whent
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drugs or medicine of some
y
kindis a necessity When r
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i that V time comes to you oo to
the
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Drug Stor
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Where the purest and best < t
drugs in the market are kept
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Prescriptions are promptly
and carefully filled at alr
times We also handle aline I
of Paints and Oils Cigars and ii
Tobacco and everything usu = <
t ally carried in a first class r
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drugstore
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Telephone Telegraph Cos
local and long Distance Service
Residence Phones low as Ilt40 a month
Business Phones low as 1200 a month
Ve place you In communicatlou with 2000
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