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from Earlington to New York & Boston 30 day limit Touritt fares to New, York $33.50 Boston $35.75 ,60 day limit variable route fare to New York $39.74 Boston $42.89 Redact1 raund trip fares lo nanj other cities and resorts in the East Superior Service to the East For particular, rate, folder, descriptive literature and tleeper reenrationi, address 'D. P. BANKS, Ticket Agent v NATIONAL CONSERVATION EirOSITION. CNOXYIIlE, SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER, 1911 I The man who wbispeis down a well About the things he hai to sell Will never reap a crop of dollar Like he who climbs a tree and "hollers." News of the Town The Woggle lug Says: The MIe flour I,the best Picture Shaw on Earth. If you don't believe It. Come out and see. Yi Henry Rogers.bas accepted a.po itlon in the St. Barnard ofllce re lieving Ernest Claytor, who Roes back to Victoria mines at bis old position as welghmaoL Col. Robert Wood and daughter, Mrs. Jesse Phillips of St. Charles were in the city Monday visiting friends and shopping. Harry Tolllver, of Madisonvllle, who has beeu working with the con struction crew at Culmau Alabama, was in the city Sunday visiting rela tives. Harry baa made good with, them as he has been promoted to chief clerk of the Road Master with a nice salary. He returned to that city Suuday night. Miss Nettie Bell Martin, of St. Thomas' hospital is apeudlua few days with relatives. With a tent show, a religious meet ing in a tout and the churches bar ing their regular prayer meetings and the Idle Hour every night, the people of Earluuton cannot com plain of not having anywhere to go. Several of our boya are on Pond River this week Ashing and hunting frogs. As an Indication of being a pros perous town there are more Insur ance agents in Earlington than any town on earth and where they are there are bound to bo money. Sev eral comes) out from. Madisonvllle every day to eolleot from the oltl . zens of this city. Bex MoEueu, left Saturday for a visit to relatives In Cadiz for a few days. ALMA CORBITT. Photographer Klrby O'Bannon, clerk of tho St. Bernard storo was off a few days loBt week on account of being sick. Henry Rogers, who has been out of the city for tho past two weeks on business for the State, . returned home Friday evening. Chas. Ray will commence at once to organize a Hospital corp for; the 3rd Regt. of men from this city., It will take about sixteen men and thGre are enough men that have had experience in the first aid work to make tills a succosb. We already have one of the beat companies in tho Guard. The tent meeting still contu uesto do good work. Mr. King sajs that he Is Well pleatedwith the treat ment be has. received from tbe hands of the good people of this city and that the crowds far exceed his expectations when he first came here. He has many conversions among the people of the city and he will stay here as long as he sees that he is doing any good. Several of our people attended the speaking at White PlalnB Sat urday afteruoon. J.E. Hicklln, of Madisonvllle was in the city Saturday In the interest of his race for uberill. Mr. HIcktn made a fine Assessor and if elected Sheriff will make the people of Hopkins county one of the best they have ever had. Eugene Oldham, was In the city Saturday morning on business. Prof, ami Mrs. C. E Dudley and Mr. A. G. Spilhnan were in Madi sonvllle attending the Chautaqua. The Chautauqua is drawing good crowds. The tout was filled Sunday eveuing and a large crowd attended from this city yesterday and last evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. McGary, who have been in Morganfleld for the past week returned home suuday morning. Fred Hoffman, of Madisonvllle was in the oity Saturday in the in terest of Ins race for county cour clerk. W. J Fault and D. D. Woodruff nf St. Charles were in the oity Sat urday on business for tbe St. Ber nard Mining Co., at that place. The Chautauqua that commenced Inradisonvllle Sunday aftornoon is drawing large orowdB from all over the county and there are some fine numbers. Those that can, should attend these entertainments, should go by all means, as an educational Maturo they arov-wlthout a loader, Jim Webb, of Hanson spent Fri day in the city on business and visiting Charles Webb. Mrs. A. 0. Davidson aad sister, spent Friday in Madisonvllle witb friends. Mr. George 0. Atkinson, returned home Friday from a few days busi ness trip to Louisville. Mrs. Douglas O'Brian, mado friends in the county seat a visit Friday. ' Mrs. Harriett Browning, spent Friday afternoon In Madisonvllle with frlouds. Miss Lizzie Huff, was a visitor in tho county seat Friday evening. Fred Hoffman, of Madisonvllle. candidate for county courtclerk was In the oity Friday afternoon. Mrs. Byrum Moachem, spent Fri day in Madisonvllle with nor par ents and friends. Bernard Roberts, of Providence was in the oity Friday afternoon on business. Miss Sallie Colbert, has had a new feuce built around her home on Rail road Btreot. Miss Olyn Prather, of the county seat was in the city Saturday after noon viBttlng fr(ends. Mesdames L. VT and W. E. Ren fro, spent Saturday afternoon in Madlsonvillo with Friends. Miss Mary Martin, made friends in the cDunty seat a visit Satnrday. Andy Wilson, and Sam Blair, were in tbe county seat Satnrday afternoon attending the Convention of the Republicans. HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Foht Tears of Discoflragiag Cejaditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave Up ib Despair.- Hubaad . C&me to Reicae. HERBIKE For thfc Bowels A Cur for Chronic Censtlpatfcn, TorpW Mvr ind Irrnular Bowl Movmnts. Constipation Is the most common isorde of : the 1!rJ0Bxi fleet both sexes and all ag-ee hut 1 more Prev't. k.ii women because their duties In tho 'Sl'SKKr exercise than, the occupation of men; therefore, women suaer most rrora Us baneful effect. . ' t. ,nv A constipated terson Is an easy victim when ,MSt... J;2 i. serioua dlsea-f noumonia, Typhoid Feyer. Malaria. nouMtlu Small Pox Yellow Fever and Bright Disease a-athor their annual harvest of death among: those who are habitually c0n8Pt Even i though i they escape those diseases, such persona are always MlMmonwlM vSw lwrt headaches, bad digestion, dlssi SsWSw W stairs). iow comptoloa, tUencUtoM of mtreaeth: and no energy at all. Heroine, has a most aaairaoie ckct la the bowels: It Is ccjoilng. purifying and regulating. It cut a prompt check on WllouneM. wind la the boweja, fervoua nm. heartburn, bad breath., low spirit, drowsiness la tho day time aad nervous wakefulness at night,, , Prlcy 50c ptr Bottls. jMKt r.MU-Mw mrmrew rr.uw, m For Weak Sight or Soto uae Stephen By Salve. It ewe. St Bernard Mining Co lsttorpwited, Druj PdU Special Ajen Catron, Ky. In an Interesting letter from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes cs follows : "I suffered for four years, with womanly troubles, and during this time, I could only sit up for a little while, and could not walk anywhere at all. At times, I would have severe pains in my left side. The doctor was called in, and his treat ment relieved me for a while, but I was soon confined to my bed again. After that, nothing seemed to do me any good. I had gotten so weak I could not stand, and I gave up in despair. At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman s tonic, and I com menced taking it From the very first dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without its tiring me, and am doing my work." if you are all run down from womanly troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Cardui. the woman's tonic, it has hebed more than a million women, in its 50 years oi wonaenui success, ana snouia surely heln you. too. Your druecist has sold Cardui for years. He knows what u win ao. ask nun. ne win reconi' mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. Whte to: Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Ladles' Advisory .Dept.. Chattanooga, Tenn.. for Special Initnicttom on your case and 64-page book. Home Treatment (or Women," sent In plain wrapper. Ebb-ii Ernest Rootz, has had a new con crete sidewalk made around his home on South Railroad street. J. M. Maghenhamer, who has been visiting his son Will, In Henderson county returned home'Frlday evening. Neal Powers, deputy Bherlif of Madisonvllle was in the city- Friday ou business". Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Brown, left Sat urday tnornlug for a visit to relatives in Marlon for a few days. x Mr. andMrs. H. 8. Slzemore, who have been in Providence for a few days returned boms Saturday after noon. ' Mrs. John Grlffln, returned home Saturday from a visit to friends and relatives in Dixon. W.T.Martin spent Saturday in the county seat on business. Quite, a; number of our qltlzena attended the Rupublican meeting in Madisonvllle. Saturday afternoon. Neal SpiUman, who has been in Gutbrle for Rome time, spent Sun day In the city with his' parents. Ralph Dudley, spent Suuday in Pembroke with Friends and relatives. Mrs. B. B. Hackney and children, of Nauhvllle will visit her sister Mrs. Heury Rogers this week. John Vanndy, of the country near the oity was in towii Sunday, Cecil Webb, spent Monday in Evansvllle on business. Strother Hancock, rent Sunday 1p Prlneetoa with frhads, THIS WOMAN HAD MUCH PAIN WHEN STANDING Tells How Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound made Her f Well Woman. Chippewa Falls, Wis. "I have al ways had great confidence in Lydia EL m Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound as I found it very good for organic troubles and recommend it highly. I had dis placement, back ache and paina when standing on my foot f6r any length of time, when I began to take tho medicine, but I am in fine health now. If I ever have thoso troubles again I will take Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound." Mrs. Ed. Feuiion, 81G High St, Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. Providence, R. I. "I cannot speak too highly of Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound as it has done won ders for me and I would not be without it ' I had organic displacement and bearing down pains and backache and was thoroughly run down when I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com poundi It helped me and I am in tho best of health at present I work in a factory all day long besides doing my housework so you can see what it has done for me. I give you permission to publish my name and I speak of your Vegetable Compound to many of my friends." Mrs. Abril Lawson, 126 Lippitt St, Providence, R.I. John Brinkiey, who wrb taken suddenly ill a few days ago while r t worjj Is some better and Is able toro up., Mrs. Edward Phillips and daugh ter MIsb Maud, spent Monday after noon in Madisonvllle' with friends. James Kllroy and daughter, Mrs Larry Smith, were visitors in the county seat Monday afternoon. Mrs. H. D. Cowand', spent yester day afternoon in Madisonvllle with friends. Mrs. L. H. O'Brian, made friends in Madisonvllle a visit yesterday afternoon. Miss Ellen Whalen. spent Monday afternoon lti the county seat with a irienai1. y Mrs. Ed Ruleand Mrs. W.H.Kline were In the county seat yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Thomas Featheraton, spent Monday evening in Madisonvllle with friends. Mrs. W. K. Nesbit, was a vlaitor In Madlsonvillo Monday afternoon. MlBses Dor,they Bramwell, Ani?a West and Gladys Wbltford were in Madisonvllle Monday afternoon vlsltingfriends. Mrs. E. E. Eastwood, of Morgan fleld, spent Sunday afternoon in the city with her mother. MIbb Ada Ewlng Wendel, an at tractive young ladv, of Mnrfreesbo ro, Tennessee arrives in our city Wednesday to be the guest of her cousin Mrs. W. H. Kllno. Miss Wendel formerly resided here and isa grand daughter of Col. Joe. F. Foard, who was at one timo Presi dent of the Heola Coal Co.- Each age of our lives has its Joys. Old people should be happy, and they will be if Chamberlain's Tab lets are taken lo strengthen the di gestion and keep the bowels regu lar. Tnes tabi6tB are mil a and gen tle in their action and especially suitable tor people or miaaio age and older. For sale by All Dealers. Made President . Ben.Slaton attended, the meeting of the State Undertakers in Louis yJJJe last week and, was. elected by that body as their president for the ensueing year. This is a fine com pliment to Mr. Hlaton, and be Will make them the best they have ever had. Ben s,top wall known, for us to try and say anything about him. He deserves all the honors that be receives and is a hard Worker add is one of the best undertakers In the state, There 1b no horse liniment more effective for animal flesh tbau BAL. LARD'S SNOW LINIMENT, nor Ih there any healing rnmedy for the human body only, that is mllanr or more cfflcaolous in its action. It beals the bores or wouuds of men and beast. Price 25 '60p and ,$l CO per bottle. Sold by Sr. Bernard Mil' lug Co., Incorporated Drug Depart ment, Peppercorn Rent. Mr. Staveley Hill, M. P., was at Busabury paid a peppercorn as rent Tha berry was placed in an envelope aad banded to Mr. Staveley Hill dun lag a visit be paid to tbe old village school, la handing over tbe receipt, he remarked that he was probably the only man In England who received SHch a payment in kind. London TJ 0 Denver-Pueblo Colorado Springs $34.80 $51.80 Yellowstone Park $65.00 j California $72.70 j Washington Oregon Long return limits, liberal stopovers and side trips. For' further information call on, or address D. P. BANKS R. H. DeTREVILLE, C. P. & T. A. Agent Evansville, Indiana Is good for 25 votes in The Bee's Mammoth Cave Diamond Ring Contest. Miss. i .... i ........ . Not good unless voted 'on or before Tuesday June 20. asaWNm, IBB The Telephone and Good. Roads The tplephcrtie goes hand inland with good roads. The telephone overcomes many of the obsta cles of bad roads, and makes it possible for the farmer and other rural residents to transact busi ness in the city and with neighbors when th roads are impassable. Progressive farmers are insisting upon good roads and telephones. These two agencies of modern civilization are doing more than all others toward eliminating the isolation of country life. You can have a telephone in your home at very small cost. Send a postal for our free booklet giving complete information. FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company INCORPORATED, Jfo. 252 South Pryor St., Atlanta, Ga. 1 B. IVI. SLATON UNDERTAKER Funeral Oinctor. 11 1 LlcMsed Embalmsr Answer all oeill Day or Night NEXT BOOR TO POST OFFICE. Office Phone 124-2 Residents Phone 124-3 MADISON VI LLE. KENTUCKY QUININE AND IRON-THE MOST EFFECTUAL GENERAL TONIC CroYc's Tasteless chllLTonlc Combines both in Tasteless form. 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