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Iff You Need No Ancestors in High Art Clothes In thii old dayi It was tnu proper thing for n jf" tlemuti tc not drunk. Nowadays It Is not luiuronnr to keep Hobor. Onco no man was coiiMclwred a llemnn If he worked. Nowadays no man can ho ri kpectable unlenti l) named n living. Onco uucenn went by favor and tho family tree. Nowaday a man can eucceed in tplUi of hU ancestor. All that he needs In an alwrt mind, urIeinented by n capablo nppoarance. An alert in In a may be Inherited or ac quired, and a capahlo appearand) mar be bought at. atrouio A llro. No man with his wits about him la iieKllKent about hlh pemotinl appearanco in a world whloh is ho largely (turned by first linpresBlii. To dress with stylo Is a part of tho serious business of making your way In the world. To come to 8protico & Uros. is to be asrured that you are tcettinjr clothes that will lend the charm of style to vour personal apiar.inou. Suits $10, $12 CO, $10.50. $18 CO. .$20, $22 50, $23.50. 2li, $20 50. $28 50, 3U, $32.50 and $35. Lades Imported South America I'ntmnia Hats, Summer 11)13 slmpii. $8 00. OUR PARCELS POST PROPOSITION We will transmit by Parcels l'nst, free f charge to you ah purchases from on ounon to eleven pounds. Till applies to orders received In any department ol our st. ie. IT PAY'S TO TRADE, HERE. . f 1 if." hit V EVANSVI LUP , '.. 'A N D I AN A. The man who whitpeis down a well About the things he has to sell Will no ver reap a crop of dollars Like he who climbi a tree and "hollers." ! News of the Town j What Did The Wogqlc-Bug Saij The New Methodist Church, at Central City, of which Rev. H. M. Currio is castor, will be denlcated Sunday May 4. 1018. Itev. P M. Thomas, D. I)., of Louisville, will preach the sermon and several of the former pastors and presiding El ders are expected to be present. The church Is an elegant brick and stone, modem lit overy respect, and a great credit to the town, and people who have labored so faithfully to erect It. The pastor and people are ex pecting a groat crowd and great day on the 4th. 1'ho public ib cordially Invited. The above Is from Rev. 11. M. Ourry, formerly pastor of 'ho M. E. Church South, in this city. Ills many friends wilt be glad to hear from him. A. J. Jogersou, of Fulton arrived In the city Wednesday to visit the family of Dr. P. 11. Davis. Frank Wnltrlp, of Hopklusvllle was In the city for itfew hours Wod uosday afternoon on his motorcycle. A. O. Dyers, State Maunder for the Insurance department of the K. of P. Lodge, with Ueorgo Davis, of Denvor, Colo., who is a momberof the board of Control of the mturanco department were In the city Tuesday on business for tnat lodge. There is quite a number of the members that have insurance in this branch of the oraer. A large number of our ladies were In the county seat Wednesday visiting friends uud shopping. E. P. Darnes, of Beaver Dam and Central City, was in the city Thurs day on business for his store hero and those cities. Mrs. John Pate, of Madisonvllle is visiting her brother, Otley Vaunoy for a fow days. OharUs Newbold, of Heola left yesterday uioruiu;? for a bmluois trip to Owenstoro for a few nays. Dr. W. P. Ross, hhs purchased a handsome now boggy and will nmko tho trip from Mauiponvllle to this city tu a buggy Instead of the train as before. Mrs. M. H. Long aud Mrs. W. W. Wright, who havo heou quite sick. for some time are both better, much to the delight of their many friends Frank Coll, of Madlsouville was In the city yesterday morning on b'islnes. Mr. Powell of the Mine Rescue car is assisting the two crows of First Aid work and when ho is through them they will be In first class shape aud ready for the con test. Con Rohan ard family have mov ed luto tho home that they bought from C. H. McGary a short time ago. "Choss" Uradlov, of Madisonvllle and candidate for Jailer was In the city shaking hands with old friends. He formerly worked for the Com pany and has many friends who wish him well in this race. Charlie Rourland, of Madlsouville who is well known lu this city an. one the young people has nppliod for a West Point Appointment and his chaucos to secure It are splendid. He will make fine soldier If he succeeds in passing; the necessary examlnatlous Federal Court Is in t-ess'lou lu Oweusboro aud u few of our citizens have boeu called before It. Win. Devour, made a business trip South Wednesday morning. Read the St. Rernard Drug Store, Brighton. Up Advertisement in tins Isbub of the Ree. Manager Trahern believes that a clean city makes a healthy one. All the North bound trains are crowded with people going home from a winter spent lu the South. Tne L. & N. passenger business li splendid. Agent and Yard master Hanks aud Switchman Robert Priest, who were called to Winchester, Kv., as a witness Ju n suit against the L & N. will return home tomorrow. Call and examine the boy scouts compass watch tnat are given with the Dee. Every boy bIiouUI have one. They are easily gotten. Just a few moments work nmougyour friends. Miss Dorothy Corbitt will leave tuxtwoek for Caboor, Mo., where she will visit relatives for a few weeks. Mrs. J. T. Colotnan left Thursday for n visit to friends and rolatlvcs in EvansviUe for a short time. s 0 B 0 B B B J? -To Women- Seeking Health and Strength For those ills peculiar to women Dr. Pierce recommends his "Favorite Prescription" as gj "THE ONE REMEDY" H H H 0 El 0 0 E A medicine prepared by regular graduated physician of unus ual oxperienco in treating woman's diseases carefully adapted to work in harmony with tho most delicate t eminlno constitution. All modicino dealers havo sold it with satisfaction to cus tomers for tho past 40 years. It Is now obtalnablo In liquid or sugar-coated tablet form nt tho drug store or send 60one-cent Btamps for a trial box, to Buffalo. Every woman my write fully and confidentially to Dr. Tierce, Invalid' Hotel and Surgical Initltuto. Buffalo, N.Y.. and may bo sure that her case will recolve careful, conscientious, confidential consideration, and that experienced medical advice will to E(vea to her absolutely troe. Dr. Pierce't Pltatant PtV.ttt regulate and invigorate ttomach, fiif tr and bowel t. Sugar coated, tiny granule taiy to take at candy,' Ml lliutte Wallace, of lortons Omp, iitrived. In tho city Thursday morning to visit frlonde for n few days, Engono Oldham, of KvansviIIo, was in the city for a fow hours Tluirsday mornlti:;. John llrown and S, O. Crenshaw mado a business trip to Madisonvllle yosterdny n'ornlng. Mrs. Alma Corbitt, and daughter Dorothy spout a few hours In Madl souville Wudnesdav, Dr. Sam Raker, County Game Wnrdon, of Madlionvillo, was in the city yesterday. Ho says that ho will enforce the law without respect to color or person. ' Miss Annie Stone, of Madisonvllle, was a visitor in tho city yesterday aftornuon, A. G. Spliltnan spent Wednesday night nt tho Shamrock mines on business for the company. J. T. Rarnott and R.N.Clark made a business trip to Provldonce Thurs day. Josso Smith of Nndivillo Tenn. was in the city Wednesday on business. Mrs. D. 13. Griilin and son Willio who linva been visiting relatives in Wheaicroft have re turned home. A, O. Byium of Madlsouville who is one of tile candidates for jailer was in tho city Wednes day afternoon. Mr?. D. M. Evims left. Wednes day for Purdue University lo see her son lieu, who i attending school ut that place. Any lady in the city whoso ini tials nru A. M. JiV. will be winn er by calling at the Bee. It is to her interest. Indigestion causes heartburn, sour stomach, nervousness, nausea, impure blood, and more trouble than many different kinds of diseases. The food you cat ferments in your stomach, and the poisons it forms are ab sorbed into your whole system, causing many dis tressing symptoms. At the first sign of indigestion, try E62 TheriWs Black-Draught the old, reliable, vegetable liver powder, -to quickly cleanse your system from these undesirable poisons. Mrs. Riley Laramore, of Goodwater, Mo., says : " I suffered for years from dyspep sia and heartburn. Tliedford's Black-Draught, in small doses, cured my heartburn in a few days, and now I can eat without distress." Try it. Insist on Thedford's W. K. Griffin chief dispatcher of the K. O. division of the L' & N. railroad was in the city a' few days this week visitiup; friends. Mrs. B. E. Nixon spent Tues day afternoon in the connty sent visiting friendc, Mrs, Sis Majors is ayeudinp several days with her daughter Mrs. Robert Wier iu H insnn. Dr. R. A. Baldwin spent u few days this week iu neudersou with relatives. Frauk McGary a popnlar tra velinp; man was in the city Wed nesdayvisiting the trade. "-lfrof. Hammond Loving of Madisonvllle was iu the city Wed nesday morning, Wolden Jenkins of Mtdisou villo was in the city Wednesday on business. Thedrivoraof deltvory wnunns ehould.be careful how they turn corners orthey are liable to hurt some one, also tho boys who rido bycicles and motor-cyclop, A very fiuo bird dog was badlt hurt a few days ago bv bouiK run over by a motorcycle. Hurry Bromo is catching some fine green bus u ih lake, thero no iIiousiumU nl lUli tiinro ami nine of the boys are having good luck. , , . IS The initio roscti" cur arrived in the city Mouday niplit mid will bo found on the track near tho depot where those who wnnt instruction iu that work will be welcomed. Marvin Mitchell will on a wa (jor loavo from in from of tho city Hall Tuesdny morning and walk or run to the Oourt-huuse in Mndison viile " iu 85 minutes. Thero nro several that think it can't be dnno while others beiievo otherwise. Ifnnyonoiu town can do it, it is Marvin for ho is an athlete of no moan ability. A letter from Mr. and Mrs. Waltor McGary, who aro spend. tag the winter months in Florida say that thoy will bo homo soon to spend tho summer in Earlinj;-ton. P. 0. Uzzoll of Pond River spent Wednesday in the city on business. Mr. Hunter of Da wsou Springs who owns the timber that is be- iniE loaded on cars, was in tho city a few days this week. He will in the future ship his lum ber from providence over tho I. O. railroad. RJn Howard of Madisonvllle was in the city ou business Tues day evening. F. II. Walker of Evausville who visited friends here for a day or two has returned home. Every night the moetiug 1 1 the M. E. Church is well filled and the singing is uuueually good. All are iuvited to attend these meetings. Hugh Griffin of Sr. Oliarles was in the city this week visit ing friends nud relatives. John Hogan spent a few hours in the county set Wednesday evening on business. Bam to Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Taylor formerly of this city, a fine ten pouud boy. They arb now living in St. Bethleharn, Teun. Dick was in the city yesterday with a broad smile ou his face. Tho Unveiling of the "Woodmen monument has been postponed until the fourth Sunday in May for vari ous reasons. A large number from this city will be in attendance. Normau Elain is out this week learning tho road as as to be able (o handle a trick In the dispatchers office at any time when called on. Mr. Peach, of the 'Princess Movlf In Madisonvllle was in the city "Wed nesday afternoon. Tho Princess Moving Picture show in this city is making good. The houso Is crowded every night and the house is cool and pleasant. A good place to pass away an hour. Relelve the brain of the trials and troubles of the day by nn hour spent at the PrlncesB Moving Picture show. There are four good reels over.v night. Mr. and Mrs.C. J. Hutchineo'u and sou have left for a week" visit to friends In North Carolina. Mr. aud Mrs. Elgle Slsk, of Memphis, Tennessee, who are visit ing relatives In Mortons Gap were in the olty yesterday afternoon. Quito a number of Telephone men from Nashville and Atlanta, Ga., were lu the city Thursday afternoon looking over the plant here, In view of making some changes and im provement. Quite a bit of excitement was cre ated Thursday evening by two ne gro women flgh'ting, they were ar rested by Henry Rogers and brought to jail where they were tried by Judge Uennet who gave them a small flue. The city of Earllngton lfMBbett stores, churches, schools, K7trges.olt- Izensand (nearly) the lightest Btree b of any town iu this part of the state. Nothing is too good for the peopleof Earllngton. What we want, now ,1b the cleanest town in the state from a standpoint of trnbh and llltl). We are bound to have more or less coal dust on account of our Industries, but that does not breed slckuess and bring doctor bllir, "We are ratisfled and prosperous. Lets get together and clean up. Born to Mr. and Mr.. Paul P. Price, Thursday afternoon, a lino bouncing boy. The Beo received twocopiespf the Central City Areus contain iug two articles that epeak very hiuhly of the Oliftor-Kellys Qar nival Co., Unit is in that city 'aud will be iu Maditouville next wede under the ut spiccs of tho Mu eonville Ooruttt. Bui'd. There ul nine first class 8iows and every thing cleau and uu-to date. B. M. SLATON UNDERTAKER Funeral Director. :: Licensed Embalmer Anwwor mil ocHh Day or- JSI i fx lit NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE, Office Phone 124-2 MAD I SON VI LLE, ence Phone 124-3 KENTUCKY 1 T3rii& coupon Is good for 25 votes in The Bee's Mammoth Cave Diamond Ring Contest. Miss. Not good unless voted-on or before Tuesday April 30. Beaulyis Power will be found in our Toilet Accessories Beautiful women of to-day have dis covered the fountain of youth in the many articles which science has placed at their disposal. It is now possible to retain health and beauty for many years. The complexion may' be kept without a blemish, the hair abundant and luxurious, the figure well rounded and firm. The secret lies in the proper use of the right toilet article for tho purpose. We display'a careful se lection of tho best powders, perfumes, creams, lotions, soaps, and everything to equip the toilet table. The one efficient tonic which will help women to retain and to build up health and beauty is VINOL. It is a real cod liver and iron tonic without oil. It builds up the muscles, makes new red blood and gives life force to the nerves, which is so essen tial to women with added cares and social duties. VINOL, is really a tonic for the entire system. Try it on our guarantee. "Does you good or costs you nothing." St.B ernard "Mining Co., Incorporated DRUG DEPARTMENT took for this Sign on our Window- Half Soles 35c, 50c, and 75c Ladies Shoes Soled 35c Soles Sewed on Madisonvllle Electric Shoe Shop, Wm. Pinkston Madisonville, Kentucky ; . ' South Court Square, noxt to Elks Building. 1 have purchased the meat shop -formerly kept by Durham & Gat- J l 1 .:n 1 n a.: 1 1- 1111 aim win Keep at an n mesa. ires n supply of all kinds of meats. r Your Trade Will Be Appreciated, CALL ON S REUBEN MILES j! i ; !! i;