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THE BEE, EARLINGTON, KV.
mrasi msssSowmsssSam Special Announcement. Conforming to plans of the eorganization of this store, it will be known in the future as the Barnes Coivand & Co., Earlington' s Department Store J -. EV &. ;j V "l 1 16 'i a -1 r- r: i SUCCEEDING JAMES CRENSHAW This store is being remodeled and rearranged for the handling Women, Children, Men and Boy's ' Ready-to -Wear Apparel and Furnishing Goods of all kinds. 4W40MMI MM t ltltttttttttll imff't't MJfHllltflM MMIMMIt HllttMMtltlltMtltt tMtt1mt(ttttH,M() I If Ladies Coats '. . . $5.00 to $10.00 Each Skirts 2.50 to 20.00 Each Waists ..-..:' 50c to i 6.00 Each Underwear of all kinds; sizes, colors and stples from 25c to $3.00 per garment Hosiery from J 5c to $1.00 per pair Corsets . .. 50c to $2.50 Each Gloves . . , , 10c to $3.50 per pair Belts and all kinds of fancy goods at in great variety. We have the largest assort ment of Dress Goods that has ever been put be fore the people of Earlington and Hopkins county - at prices from 15c to $2. 00 per yard, Domestics and staples all at low prices. We call your attention, especially to our Pe.rcales and White Waist Goods at 10 and 11 l-2c per yard, and I our Apron Checks at 7 and 8 l-3c, 1 owels trom octo dc loch "Table Linen from 25c to $2 per yard OurMen's Shirts are all bought direct from the manufacturers and are extra values at 50c, 75c, $1, $1125, $1.5o, $1-75 and $2 tiach. We call your attention especially to the Hole proof Hosery at 35c per pair or 6 pairs for $2. ' Men's Shoes and Oxfords from 5oc to $i,oo Boy's Shoes and Oxfords from. .'. . ,$i.25to $3.50 Ladies Shoes and Uxtords trom $1 to $4 Misses' from . , 75c to $3 Children's from 5oc to $1, with or without heels Men's hats .-. . 75c to $6 Each Boy's hats - 50c to $2. 50 Each Men's suits v $5.00 to $25 Each Boy's suits '. $1.25 to $6.5o Fach The strongest line of Men's and Boy's Over alls and work shirts on the market. Boy's 25c to 50c with bibbs; extra heavy men's 50c to $1. Carpets, Rngs, Druggets, Mattings, Window Shades, White Tule and Lace Curtains. Our Milliner, Miss Annie C. Rice, is now in the market purchasing our spring stock of Millinery. We anticipate making this one of our strongest sections of our store, both in style and quality. We propose to show, on our opening day. the largest assortment of Millinery ever shown in Hop- ; kins county. We are One Price and One Price only to one and to all. We propose to give full value for every dollar you spend. We have come here to serve this people well and to sell honest merchandise and at strictly legitimate prices. Many lines are now on sale and new ones ar riving daily, You can visit our store now and make purchases to your satisfaction and profit. We most respectfully invite You to Call on us. -.. 1 W8&-i . We thank you t (or the liberal 1 patronage dur t inn the sale of I Crenshaw stack, j B arnes ,c owan d & Co. INCORPORATED I Keep a Lookout. For I I Opening Day . i AA 1 f 4lUt i?ft NIGHT RIDERS SUMMONED TO APPEAR AT FEDERAL COURT. Year Old Outrage Against HoIIoman and Wife Near Cobb, in Caldwell County, DEPUTY MARSHAL NEEL HAD SUMMONED ' TWENTY-NINE MEN UP TO LAST NIGHT. Men Who Beat the Hollomans Were- Not Masked. BELIEVEO THAT ANOTHER CASE IS ALSO INVOLVED. Princeton, Ky March -lth. (Special) Deputy United States Marshal Neal came into town to night after having succeeded in serving summonses on twenty niuo mon whose homos aro scat tered through considerable por tion of'Oaldwoll connty. These men aro commanded to appear befqro the next term of Federal Oouf.t at Puducuh; " '"' TJifc be6t information obtainn bio hiilicatos that two cases are involved aud that both are cases of outrages committed in the to bacco war in this section. One of the cases is that of a farmer nained Hotloman and his wife, who, lived uear Oobb, a little town four miles from Princeton, and Who were taken out by night riders, boaton and abused, one ninht in Aunl. 1007. Mrs. Hoi lomnii was kicked and otherwise roughly handled. They were or dered to leave the State and did so. A brother, John Hollomau, is presideut of the Dark Tobacco Association in Caldwell county. The mou who abused the Hollo mau's wero not masked and a uumber of them wero recognized. The list of names to bo sum moned includes two of the brothers of thejglloiloinou who was bonteu, Ous of the list, James Ohamles, is cleui and was buried yesterday. Some of the , men summoned aro. Hugh Kacv, BucJ&LapyWM Tandy, Lee . Lmith, Otis Smith, B. Malouo. TELEPHONE FRANCHISE Offered for Sale' by the City Council of Earlington to Highest Bidder. THE ORDINANCE PUBLISHED IN FULL Earlington Wins From Owentboro. Last night at the rink one of the most iuteresiing games of Basket Ball. of the season was played with the Owensboro team which resulted in a victory. for the Earlington team by a score of 81 to 20. Owensboro had a Btrong team, haviug defeated Madisonville Tuesday night by a very close score.- A large crowd was iu at tendauco despite the inclement weather. Earlington has the strongest temn in Western Ken tucky, 'only last woek defeating! Madisonville th-roe straight games, aud the team that played last night was, not the Owensboro light weight, but t,ho same men, with one exception, who was a Madisonville man borrowed for the occasion. The visitors are a flno lot of boys and we aro al ways glad to have them visit us. Mils Katie Ramer, of St. Charl's, Dead. Katie, the sixtf en year-old laughter of Mr. aud Mrs. 'Riley Kamer, of St;. Charles, died at that place lust Thursday of brain fover. She was a bright lovable girl and much sorrow is folt over her young life being cut ofl' as she was buddiug into womanhood. The fuuoral rervices were held at the home Saturday aud the body was laid to rest. The Lucky Quarter Ib the one you pay out for a box of Dr. KluR'a New Life Pills. They brlug you the health that's moro preoioua than Jewels. Try them for headache, biliousness, constipation and malaria. If they disappoint you ttio price will be cheerfully refunded at all leading druggists. Pay your subscription. i The regular meeting of the Eanington Oity Council, held on Monday nisht, discussed and formulated a telephone franchise to be offered for sale at the high Hst bidder. This franchise was incorporated in an ordiuance which follows: An Ordinance Creating and Establishing a Telephone Franchise. ThoTJity Council of the City of EarlitiKtou.Ky., do ordain as fol lows: Section 1 That there is hereby created and established a franchise of privilege to erect, operate and maintain a telephone exchange em bracing central ofllce apparatus, telephone poles, fixtures, cables and wlreB along, through, over aud un der tho streets, sidewalks and alleys of said city of Earlington, Ity. Secton 2. Tho said franuhiso or prevllige shall continue for a period of twenty years frorii and after tho time the same shall take effect. Heotion 3, The purchases of said frauchiBeorprlvllego may assign or transfer the same, but uothing hero in shall be considered as an exclu sive franchise or privilege. Section 4. Said poles, fixtures, cables and wires shall be erected and maintained in a substantial aud workmanlike mauu'er,and shall be bo located as not to interfere with tho llgitlmate entrance to any adjoining private property, nor to obstruct the free use of such streets, sidewalks and alleys for tho purpose of publlo travel. Section 5, The purohabof of said franchlso or privilege, his successor or assigns shall promptly roplace all paving aud macadam that may be disturbed by said purchaser in Betting Baid poIob; aud shall, also at purchaser's own expense, remove all dirt aud debris that may arise In making excavations for that pur pose; and all work of setting poles shall be done under the supervision of the street committee and It shall be the duty of suoh committee to see that the provisions of this ordlnauoe are faithfully complied with. Section 6. The City of Earlington Kontuoky, hl, have the right to plaoe, maitMnd operate its Are au'd police wires upon tho poles of said purohaser (within tho co-oper ate minutes ot the said city) free of charge, povlded oatd wires be lo cated upon said poles is such a war as not to interfere with the wires of said purchaser. ' Section 7. Said purohaser, his successors and assigns, shall indem nify the said city, free from any and all damage that may arise from the presence of said poles, fixtures, ca bles and wires, upon, along or under said streetSv-stde walks aud alleys or from It is failure to comply with tho provision of this ordinance. Section 8. Within ten days after the aproval and publication of this ordinance, It shall be tho duty of said City Council to advertise by publishing In some newspaper in said ctly or by posting written or printed notices, for a period of tun riftva In at Ieist three consniclous places in said oity that bids will be 1 publicly received for the before men tioned franchise or prlvlllge, antr said City Council shall, according to said advertismeut, receive -such bids and report the same at its meeting to be hold on the 6th day of April 1008, and said City Council shall award said franchise of prlvil-; ege to whomsoever they consider the highest and best bidder. Said advertiBinent shall reserve the right to reject auy aud all bids. The bid der to whom said franchise or privi leges shall be awarded shall pay the amount of such hid In cash, or bv duly certified check to the Treasurer of said City, wlthlii thirty days aftor such franchise is awardod. - Seotiou 9. It is further agreed that during tho exercise and enjoy ment of privilege herein contaiued by booond party second party shall, until the number of telephones dl reotl couneoted and embraoed In Its Kjrlingtou, Kentucky exchange reai.jes 000, charge subscribers llvn.g within one and one-halt mile of it j. central ofllce In Earlington, Kentucky, for the local service not to exceed the following rates: Business houses aud otllcos, di- reot, full metallic circuits and long distance telephone, per nionth,l2.76; two party line, same equipment, per mouth, $2. Residences, direct full metallic circuit long distance telephone, per month, $1.65; two par ty line saino equipment per mouth, $1.40. .- Wheu the number of telephones directly connected to aud embraced Iu the Earlington Kentucky ex change exceedlngH COO aud uutil euoh uumber of telephones directly cou neoted to aud embraced theiolu reaches one, thousand, the rates shall, In like manner, not exceed for Individual watalltp olrouit, Jn, busi ness houses and oiHoes $3 per month and for the same equipment, Iu res idences, $2 per month; and when said unmber of telephones directly connected to and embraced in said exchange reaches one thousand, and until Buoh number of telephones reaches 1,600 the rate shall, in like manner, not exceed for individual metallio circuit in business houses and officers $3.50 per month, and in residences $2.50 per month. Section 10. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage. J as. B. Rash, Mayor. Attest: Paui. P. Price, C. C. Earlington, Ky., March 2nd, 1908. Woman' Part In Commerce. Americans are considered the most highly civilized people on earth be cause the men are more completely enslaved by their women. The Spart tan women who made bowstrings of their hair wero no more potent a fac. tor In the military achievements of tho Spartan men than are the Amer ican women in the commercial achievements of American men. Louisville Courier-Journal. If an advertisement in Tns Bke does not help your business,, something is the matter with the business. . , The best investment a home merchant can make is to adver tise in "Tiie Bee." oley's lioney ot Jar cliitdren.sate.sun. Ao apl&x&i To The Ludles. Roggle the Tailor will press your skirtfor 50 cents. Too Hljjh! Commenting on the airship, Broth er Dickey said: "Hit's ez much ez wa kin do ter keep steady on solid groua', much less flyln' In de elemental" Atlanta Constitution. Their Work. V- men wero . born to Invent 'i s :ip.1 others to try to improve it ','"s h" Invented. They Will Do It. She was an authority on tho class ics; presldont of three women's clubs; a lecturer of high education; an en thusiast of deportment; In short, she was about tho highest example of her sex. Yet, evon she fractured her skull by stepping off a trolley car back wards. Illustrated Magazine. Accidents Among Samen. Deaths from accidents among sea men -number 53 per 10,000, five times higher than iu "dangerous occupations." Knowledge ana Diity. Knowledge Is a steep which fow may climb; while duty Is a path which all may tread. Lowls Morris. 4044WW0W404444444Q" Most people knov that if they have been sick they need Scott's Emtit ston to bring back health and strength. But the strongest point about Scott's Emutston is that you don't have to be sick to get results from it It keeps up the athlete's strength, puts f&t on thin people, makes a fretful baby happy, brings color to a pale girl's cheeks, and pre vents coughs, colds and consumption. Food in concentrated farm for sick and well, young and old, rich and poor. Ana it contains hu uiuga nv uv iv,.v.. sm ALL DRUQQlSTSl OOo. AND I.OO. V )rt"Mfr .CHfrHOHOHfiMMHONOHfrl WE Iffl. PRIMING AT THIS OFFICE.