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No. 88
Democratic Nominee for
Mayor oi Earlington
Will appreciate the vote
and influence of every Dem
ocrat and the progressives,
of other parties.
Election, Tuesday'
Nov. Stk Polls
Open 6 a.m.
to 4 p. m.
Church Notes
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U. E. Church South
li'gular services at the M. E.
Oliurch South next Sabbath
morning Eubject "Gratitude."
The public is cordially invited
to attend all service?.
Chriitlaa Church
Bible 8choot 9:30 a. pi -Lord's
lli nnil 7 Ml ti. Tho
' pnbliccordi.aUy invited to these;
Xa'rtmi Oap M. X. Chtrch South
Tile uow Methodist Church at
Mortops Gap is progressing nice
ly. Thursday evening at the
home of Mr. J. Re Cavanaugh,
after prayer meeting a Woman's
Homo, Missionary Society, with
tho 'assistance of Riv. W. A.
Grant, was formed. Tnq pastor
Rev. Walter N. Martin will
preach Sunday morning at 11 a.
m. on "Little Sins," and at 7:80
p. m. on 'Friendship" at the
Odd Fallow Hall. All are in
vitod. The Missionary Society
will neet'Sujnday afternoon at.
2:30 with Mrs Joe Ohildors.
The revival at the Methodist
Church of Mudisonville is grow
ing in 'interest and many addi
tions aro being made to the
church. Sunday night the churoh
was packed to overflowing, and
many were unable to gain ad
mittance. Riv. Wimberly is,de-
Cooking under modem methods and con
veniences is made so attractive the whole
family is becoming interested.
"These biscuits are delicious; this cake is
excellent says the father. " I made them
says the daughter, Hd both fatqer and
daughterbeam with pleasure.
Royal Baking Powder has made home
baking a success, a pleasure and a profit, and
the best cooking today the world over is
done with its aid.
livering some Bplendid sermons,
aud the music is about the best
ever heard in the city.
Rev. S. M. Bernard of Hie
Christian Olmrch at Madifionville
has resigned and will take up
work in a new field. His future
home will be iu California, his
many friends regret his leaving.
Stop That Ache!
Any ache or pain iu any part of
the body can bn relieved with Sluppa
Quick Relief Lminif-nt. $100 reward
if it fails and the purchase price is
not refunded. Try it and seB. 50c
at all Druggists-
Death Angel Visits Earlington
The death anael visited Earl
ington Wednesday afternoon
about five o'clock and bore to
her eternal resting place the
spirit of Mrs. Geo.'W. Bates the
young wife of Geo. W. Bates.
Mrs. Bates had been ill for
a number- of weeks and her life
hung by a thread for several .Jays.
She was kpt breathing by the
inhalation of oxygen for some
time. Dnrius: her illness with
typhoid pneumonia her mother
an'l father and two brothers vis
ited her and two of Mr. Bates'
sisters wer here 'but a'l had re
turned to their homes and her
father was the only one of the&i
relatives present ut the time of
her death. She had long been
memberof the Baptist Church
md was a conspcratod christian.
She was moved- to Lebanon,
Tenn., her childhood home for
intefrmunt and waB accompanied
by. her husband and Ohas. Webb
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01 mo Dereaveu nubuuuu,;AicMu
their'hqart felt sympathy, fn this
hour of sorrow.
Chilblaintj, frosted feet or hand-,
nan ho cured with one or two appli
cation of BALLARD'S SNOW
I.TNIMENT. It ouiokly relieves
itrhltiL' or tenderness of the fl-iBh.
Price 25c, 50c and 00 p.er bottle,
Rold hv St. Bernard Mining Co. In
corporated, Drug Department.
Serloflily Injured
The little son of J. W. Elliott
of the Mortons Gap country waB
kicked by a mule Wednesday
an I Beriously injured. His skull
is thought to be fractured. The
many friends of this excellent
fnmilv trust the injury will not
provs fatal. r '
Hon. Ruby Uffoon to Speak
TIip. Hon. Rubv Laffoon, of
Madisonville, will speak at the
Opera Houbo iu this city Monday
night Nov. 4th. on tho political
issues of the day. He is an elo
quent orator and will please all
who hear him. A special invita
tion is extended to the ladies.
Taft Not a Party To Brownsville Affair-
In view of a disposition to lav part of the blame for the Browns
ville affair on WlliamH. Taft, who wap Seoretary of War when
Theodore Riosevelt as President
the Twenty fifth Colored Infnn- tryfrom T the service of the gov
ernment, the New York Aae, a newspaper printed by and for
the colored people of this country r.ecallB that on the seventh of
August, 1008, President Roosevelt, telegraphed to Secretab Taft
from Porto R co directing that his order of dismissal be enforced
unless "there are new facts of such importance a3 to warrant your
cabling me." 4,lcare nothiug whatever," said the President,4"for
the yelling either of the politictths.pr rim sentimentalists tlib, of
fence was heinous and tho punishment I inflicted aftPr due delib
eration." r. . ,fe
'it is a matter of record," sava'th Ace, which proposes to paW
the responsibility exactly where
held up tho discharge order for
velt was on the high seas,-and. that'ho did not release the order for
execution until he receivedirresiuenrKoosevelt's cablegram from
That is all true enough. Nothjugx, was ever heard about Secre
taryTaft's responsible participVtio'iy in this Brovynsville business,
until afte"r the Colonel got ready to run for the Presidency agaiu,
and tire Colonel's friends thought they could gain a point for him
and take one away from the President bv contriving a new history.
William H. Taft was at the time ot the Browsville iucidentthe
subordinate of Theodore Roosevelt. ,Hj know it; Mr. Taft knew
it; the Twenty fifth Colored Infantry knew it; the country knew
it. When he announced that., "r.h6 punishment I inflicted I im
posed after due deliberation, ',,C()1. Roosevelt assumed the respon
sibility all the responsibility'hat ought to end the controversy.
-T-', - Lexington Lkadkii
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Brilliant Kcpuon in nonor oi ine.
VICTORY-HART Wedding Last .
Wednesday Evening
The wedding of Miss Eliza
beth Victory, of t i city, a i(
Mr. Brent Hart, of Madisouvillej5.
which was solemnized Wednes
day evening at 5:30, was most:
beautiful and impressive, Rev.
McParlaud, of the Catholic
Church officiating, the .bride's
sisters, Misses Margaret and
Catherine, being her attendants,
The reception given at thb'
home of her mother, Mrs, J. M;
Viotory, iu this city, from the
hours of 8 to 11, was the most
brilliant event given in this part
of the State in years. The typi
cal old Colonial home was on this
occasion more than beautiful,
each room being transformed in-.
to a veritable bow.er of, roses.
The floral environment of the
Freuch parlors, finished in blue
and gold, where the bridal party
received, was exceedingly at
tractive, tall Dresden jars and
antique- vases being filled with
gorgeous American beauty roses.
The music room and library were
decorated in the same flower,
tho mantel shelf, windows and
tables being banked it Southern
srailax aud beauty roses, while
jars filled with American beau
ties were arranged in every con
ceivable place.
The halls were decorated in
quantities of huge white, chrys
anthemums arranged iu a green
ery of smil tx and ferns aud from
an alcove in the back hall float
ed soft, sweet strains of music
furnished by Charley's Band.
The color scheme of pink aud
white was artisticallv carried out
iu the decoration in the dining'
room. Quantities of pink La
France ry.ses were arranged in
vases of cut glass on the buffet,
mantel and china cabinet, while
the table was wreathed in La
France rose3 aud terns. Cut glass
candle sticks holding white tap
ers and hooded with pink silk
rosebud shades were placed at
intervals on the mahogany table
on lace doilies. The wedding
cake iced in white with a gor
geous bouquet of crystalized
chrysanthemums was placed as a
center piece.
A canopy Qf interwbveu- pink
tulle draped from the four corn
ers of the room 'was caught over
the central chandelier with an
exquisite bouquet of La France
roses aud southern smilax which
was featooued over the rosebud
electric light bulbs. ' -
of the -United States dismissed
it 'belong?, that Secretary Taft:
ftvedays, while President -Roose
The bride was beautitully
?gowned in an entrain creation-of
brocrfded ciiarmeuse, trimmed in
Venetian point lace and pearls.
The tulle veil, which fell in
graceful folds to the end of the
rain, was arrauged under a cap
of real lace, beiug held in its
place by a bar of diamonds, a
.ift of the groom.. She carried
4 bridal shower bouquet of val
ley lillies.
jjkThe groom was handsomely
clothed in the conve'rftidmtrblack-.
MissMirgaret Victory wore an
exquisitegown of yellow crepe
meteor veiled, with French chif
fon and trimmed with pearls,
the court train being caught at
the shoulders with exquisite
pearl trappings. She carried a
shower bouquet of Marshall Neil
Miss.Oatherine Victory wore
an entrain gown of Median blue
crepe meteor gorgeously trim
med in strands of dowdrops and.
veiled ln-piuk chiffon and car
ried a French bouquet of pink
bridesmaid roses.
A three course luncheon was
served, the individual cakes, ices
and mints were pink rosebuds.
These who assisted in enter
tainment were Mesdames C. A
Morton, H. H. Holemau, Clyde
Ruby, H. F. Head, W. O. Mor
ton and W. P. Ross.
The many gorgeous presents
given to this popular couple were
tokens of love from their legion
of friendB.
Miss Victory has been one of
the most popular and most ac
complished young ladies in the
society circles in this community
aud has been the hostess of many
beautiful social functions.
,,'Mr. Hart is iu the coal busi
ness known as the Brent Hart
Coal Co. and is a most promising
young mn x)f Midisonville.
As Mrs. Hart ascended the
stairway to don her traveling
suit, she tossed her "bridal bouj
quet to the young girls in the
hall below, which was caught by
Miss Louise McPherson, Miss
Aileou Davis cutting the wed
ding ring in the wedding cake,
it. being a ring of Mrs. Victory's
on a like occasion.
Mr. and Mrs. Hart left after
the reception fur Denver and
points in California and theWest,
returning by the way of New Or
leans and will make their home
iu Madisonville.
Feel languid, weak, run down? Headache)
Stomach "ofi?" A good ictnedy is Ourdoek
Btcodbiturs. Ak your drueetst. Price I.oo,
Presidential Elector of 2nd Congressional
. District
Addressed the voters of Earl
ingtou at the City Hall last night.
There was a large enthusiastic
audience present and Mr. Kiuch
eloe was vigorously applauded.
The Wilson-Marshall Club, of
this place, were responsible for
.the presence of Mr. Ktncheloe
last night, and this Club has
done a great work for the cause
of Democracy iu the Campaign
The Speaker was introduced by
our well known townsman Ear
nest Newton.
The Great Comedy Hit "SEVEN DAYS"
"Seven Days," one week of
hjlarious fun compressed into
two hours aud forty-five minutes
of riotous laughter. That's the
play, and it's coming to tho
ville, Wednesday, Nov., 6. "A
veritable conspiracy of fun," is
the way Louis V. DeFoe, dra
matic critic of the New' York
World, described this, comedy.
Saitf he in his review' "Seven
Diys" is filled with uproarious
tun, with never a. dull second.
It convulsed its audieuces. It
contains every element of, uucom
monly good entertainment. The
wonder of the play is that the
authors, Mary Roberts Rinehart
and Ave ry Hop wood could have
started their fun flowing bo spon
taneously aud kpt itgoing so un
flaggingly." Now in the second
year of irs rnn at, the Astor Thea
tre, "Seven Days" has kept New
York in paroxysms of merriment
si nee. its openiug.nijtht, as for six
mbuthslt cre"aifld"ahurribaneof
laughter in Chicago. Everybody
agrees that it is the best comedy
produced in this cbuntry in a de
cade, and it will be seen hereun
der exceptionally attractive con
ditions, for MeBbrs. Wagenhals &
Kemper are sending a brilliant
New York cast and a gorgeous
Astor Theatre scenic equipment.
So get in training for this com
edy, because, a6 Harper's Week
ly said, "Seven Days" makes
one. weak from laughing."
Special prices: 25c to $1.00.
Public Democratic
Hon. Ruby Lattopn
Of Madisonville, will address vthe, voters of
Hopkin6 county at' the
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Opera House, City ox Earlmgton
Monday, Nov. 4 at 7:30
on the political issues
Heed Tie
Warning Stiver
There would bo slightdan
ger from colds if only the
first warnings were' heeded
and something-taken to stop
the attacks before they have
a chance to deVelop. The
shiver, riefze;and disagree
able drynes in the thro'at
may meaii 'the approach of
serious illnens.
Robinson's Grippe Tablets
will prevent any serious re
sults, They drive out the
cold completely iu a few
hours. We guarantee them.
Ben T. Robinson
Corner Drug Store
Mortons Gap, Kentucky-
Mrs. J. P. Hamer in the Lead Again
Following is the standing o
Mrs. J. P. Hamer .v: .128 87&
Miss Florence Floyd 122 050'
Miss Nellie McManns 81 350
Miss Kathenno Fenwick . . . 70J.75
Miss Llia Vaughn 60 975
Miss Elizabeth Long 56 925
Miss Mary E- Burke 35 200
Miss Emma Vinson..,. .. .84 625
Misb Jimraie D. Emberton. 83 6'J5
Miss Gladys Whitford-'. ..24.925
Miss Veronica Hanna 22.400
Miss Agnes Mul vaney.. .. .20 82&
Miss Eunice Draper 1. 200
Misa Sybil Ashby.. .,.-. ,. J8 950
MTps Audry Odhh; , v,- iTraJO
Torto Eico'B Ifew Woaier ,
From far away Porte )R'qo come?
reports or a wonderful new discov
ery that 1b believed will vastly bene
fit the people. Ramon T. Mnrohau
of Barcelona ta, writes, "Dr. King's:!
New Discovery ia doing splenrijd
work here. It. uured me- abont five
times of terribJo coiiRhr ami colds,
also my brother of a sovero cold ia
his oheBt and more than 20 others,
who used it on my advice. We hop
this great medicine will yet bo bo14 '
In every Drnp Btore m Porto JRlco."
For throat and lung trouble there, js
nothing bettor. A trial will con
vince von of its merit. COo and tl09
Guaranteed by all Druggists.
of the day.
Wilson-Marshall Club
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