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I I1 V s-r: Bee PAUL, M. MOOttB, Oiron AND PUBUBHBR J. B. FAWOHTT 4HS0SIATE EDITOR ANO BUSINESS HNMUR Member ot Kentucky Presi Association r end ;? SscotH District Publishers League tfirmeA Office in MdiisontilU, Kentucky, Mhs Frances Elgin Manager, y I Phone So. 71-2 Rings J c Telephone 47 tl mnzsi DRAW A MOIST CLOTH THROUGH HAIR T&sTIiii! Hair GtU Thick, glo$iy, wavy . and beautiful at once Stops falling out ttnmediato? Yea I Certain? -fiuee?s the joy of it. Your Imir H6osaio8 light, wavy, fluffy abun jelasafc-aud appears as soft, luRtrous amd -beautiful as a young nirls saj&er a Danderino hair cleanse. -JjtaeS try thin moisten a cloth "wrCata little Dauderine and cal-o fiWff n Arvi Sr. flirnnfll vour h:ir. t ( lfilkKlJ V 1 fa, I aS&MB one small strand at a feaae. This will cleanse the hair -giSfoEsat, dirt or excessive oil, and sEaJoat a few momenes you have slessfeled the beauty of yqur hair. -a2i.eflifihtful surprise awaits those ar&as hair has been neglected or "Ssasraggj, faded, dry, brittle or 'ittjsssa. Besides beautifying the 'Zimsx. Danderine dissolves every particle of dandruff; cleanaep. ggcecifiosand invigorates the scalp, kfiaenaver stopinR itching and fall xatEj: ihair, but what will please yxn most will be after a few "wessk's use, wheu you see new iasaof fine and downy at first but really new hair grow. tacs:H over the scalp. If you cxea for prett, eoft, hair, and 5Sa-!of it, surely get a 25-cent SoStlcxff Knowltoo's DaritJerine '&i5 uny drug store or toilet svteoiatQr and' just try it. Madisonuille Notes Wflliam Forfjefl.' 6f ' HopkTusviIle, atM fi MaalsWv.WeSadday. tiaueB Ma'rKaree-an'rf'liO'ulso Mo, SfcMa'ri, wero Id !Jfopfclusvllb Fri aaedUMMs'a!Jr' ;. Bfcre.iD.'G. (Ruoktnan, and clUlcC trovXdetyUoiJve been swfaaaoSas mother, Mrs. C. C. rSSmaai, bas ro'lurbed home. . Measee LuolW-.. )ld,' Kate Ruok- , tbesguesta of Mrs, JJ. J. kuck- Wosm 8uk of fOv4tfeuc&,- V in SuuiJav- 4 i 1 v . . MffBobert.uXmcboloe spent Wed- ,jr m'HopKtuavtiie. :Wrv CAi.Rloimrds, of MorganMeld, ''W'b iWWai'Buua'ayv -- J :if nr.tqwpuoi pro u .Us&jr?jfip "mill 1 1 ---,n-.;- few tiours Bundy, 3r.tCha. lioiroU, of EarlloRton, - 1 hi Jo town Monday. HIGH POWER RIFLE 77ie Remington GETTING in touch with country, as we do, we Kemington-UML uaers who want a Kcmincton-UML. alide -action repeater in a high powtt modelone heavy enough for practically my type of game that is found on thii continent The amwer to this demand ii the new Remington-UMC High Power .'.Slide Action Repeating Rifle. During the few months these rifles have leen on the market, several hundred of them have,been put into use. The testimony of the owners is that they are emphatically a success. TVour Rrnungton.yMC dealer hu theta rrpeiin rifles In toV or will set you one. Don't buy a hit Ii poet tepetr until you hsre cn it It la uio f uo you want. Sftnalsftf'a Arms.Uaioa Mcttllio CnrlJ 'jam .1 rlia arising Rates Display Advertisements, Birwlo Issuo 15o per inch Locals and Inside Paos, Readers 10c per lino Resolutions and Cards of Thanks 60 per I no Obituary Poetry Bo tier line SllRht rortnotloiif on Umo contract display advert'se ments. n looaN ths run several nu.ntlm with 'Uto'-anite Entered at tlio Karlltmtoti Post Onion an Second Class Matter. Friday, Oclober 10, 1913 j Peroy Stewart, of Madlsouville, was in Earlliitfton Sunday nlht. Missus Marcaret and Louis Mc Pheroon, loft Thursday morning; to spend the weeks end in Hopkinp- ville. . Mr. and Mrn. Luclau Rubv, ot Providenen. attended the show here Tuesday niKiit. Duth Benjamin, John Wiley Si'KR and Than Rice, of Providence, were here Wednesday night. "Mre.-D. J. Ruckman and daughters Luolle and Kate, who have speut the summer Bast, passed through here Wednesdav en rout 9 to their homo In San Antonla Texas. Curss Old Sores, utner Ramedlss Won't Curs. The -worst case, no matter of how Ions standinK are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. Sorter's JntfjepU lieal'af; CI! It reUeTer Foolish Effort. Some men hot only oxpoct the wont, but take Ihe trouble to huat for It L. & N. TIME CARD. Time 01 arrival of trains passing through and departure of trains irlglnatlnpr at Earhnpton. Effective Sunday, Jan. 5, 1913.' NORTH BOUND. No. 08 7.58 a. m No. 92 6.30 a. m. No. 62 1.1.13 a. m. No. 04. ... 3.00 p. m. No. 54 '1.15 p. m. SOUTH BOUND. No. 09 9.45 p. m. No. 53 4.30 a. m. No. 95 7.50 a. m. No. 61 421 p. nu No. 93 10.50 p. m. TNTERURBAN TRAINS. NORTH BOITND. No 106 8.08 a. m. No. 108 2.03 p. m. No. 110 5.02 p. m. SOUTH BOUND. No 105 7.05 a. m. No. 107 ,...12.67 p. m. No. 109 3.10 p. m. No. ill 6.10 p m. M. H. A. E. TIME CARD. M. H.& 'E. tlm6 card wenr Into effect Sunday. Jan. 5, ll03,';. . No. 112 leaves 5:45a. m. No. 113 arrives.... 3:30 p. m. , . ; v . 1 I. C.R. R. TIME CARD, Time' of departure of iiiihol Oen. tral trains from Nortonville, Kv. NORTH BOUND. No. -1C; 1.28 p. m. No 104f...ijM,..f.. 30,a. m. No. 122, local pasS.10.45 a m. No. 186. local 6.88' p. m. . SQUTU BOUND. No. 101, 4.08 p..iu. No. 103........;. 2.03 a.m. No. 121,local pass. L28 p.m. No Ida Innut ran R'K3 ml. m. Th Rimlnittn Ci flndrntUiu action handy far thm hit MUtt A NEW - UMC Slide Action Repeater mtm the ahootlng fraternity all over the find a very considerable number of C. 4 2V9 Drasdnsy, New York Made the Sate. "Let mo see somo of your black kid gloves," eald a lady to a shop assist' ant. i "These nro not tho latest stylo, are they?" she asked when tho gloves were produced. "Yes, madam," replied the shopman, "wo havo. had them In stock only two days." "I didn't think they wero becauso. the fashion paper says black kids havo tan stitches and vice versa. I see tho tan stitches, but not tho vice versa." Tho shopman explained that vice vorta was French for seven buttons, so she bought thrco pairs. His "Herein" Wat the Worry. "I say. Sambo," asked a man of an improvident negro who had lost a lob for the third of fourth time, "aren't you worried over tho ques tion of wherewithal to support youf "Lordy, Marse Henry," was tho re ply, "I ain't worryln 'bout wherewith si; l's worryln' 'bout do wherefore fur de herein." The Lure of It. "She chose a life In the ranks of the chorus, I understand, rather than be come milady's maid." "Well, why shouldn't she? Theresa a great deal of difference, when you come to think of It, between Dents Fanchon St. Claire and Maggie Pe ters." Expert Advice. "Shall I marry Mr. Wombat, who Is forty, or Mr. Wodd. who la twenty T They both earn the same salary." "Marry the young man. Hell nag lesa about expenses." -"Why -so?" K "He can't remember when prices wero lower." STARTING EARLY. Mr: Newwei-ril bW liaW WW Mr. NsypM--war MfT ,jft 'a4 '-wtUk 'I lsaW? ;tk IsaW wwi jlayta wlta pack oC eatis) 4 a fcex ot wfr. ojdf. 1 XmyiHL' Whs WiWfj JWl Ha mora. n. btt M ntlb' It iaw ' NWlt Kx&HmJ -. . TlJaU, Vasited th- jdrl who waf tag to marry a poor ma, "do yo tMak I ought to take a ' cburs "6t ItMMBdld economics; They orfer a lovely, one a Briny iMoore.or f00,7 "No." replied, pater grimly. "Yam rtll get one for nothing after' you are urrlesj." Judge. Numbered. "What mover did you engage this yawr?" the wife asked. "Tho same old man," replied hubby. "You know, he has the combination ot our numbered furniture." Judge. Knew His Capacity. "Well, where have you been?' "My dear, If I should try to tell you all the places I've been" "I Judge by your condition that you havo been to more than seven."' Preposterous. She George, the last dress I bought has lasted me nearly a year and a half. He Gee, but you women are lucky. That last tire I bought hasn't lasted me a month and a half I Point of View. "Well, we certainly had an open winter," a gentleman remarked to bis coal dealer recently. "Yes," grunted tho other. "Opon to objection." Tastes Differ. "Bring me a demi-tasse, waiter. WW rou havo tho same, John?" "Nono pf Uiem fancy drinks for me. Just bring me eoiao good, Strong cof' foa." . ' " ..... MUST BELIEVE IT When Wcll'Known Earlinitlon People Tell it so Plainly When t'Ubllo endorsement Is made br a representative citizen ot Earl lngtott tr proof Is positive. You muubal'fve It. Bead thin test! rw- y. Eerv mlterer of kidnev backauht), every man, woman r chi d with kidney trouble will rn well to rad trie following: John Franklin, EarllnKton, Ky sftv: "I have had no occasion t ue Doan's Kidney Pills or Any other, kidney remedy since they they cured me some veare ngol You are at liberty to use niyx statement ns heretofore. . I had pains in the small of my back when Btoopiuft or lifting nad I became tir-d easily I also had headaohes and dizzy spells and had to Ret up at night to pass the kidtied secretions. Doau's Sidney Pills proved their merits by curing me. For sale by all dealers. Pnoe 60 cents. Fostet-MIlburn Co., Jluifalo, New York, sole agents or the United States. Remember the name Dunn's aud take uo other. Handsome Handkerthltf Shower For Miss Sory by The Misses Overall Misses Frauces and Gertrude Overall gave a delightfully at tractive handkerchief shower Saturday afternoon for Miss' Met abeth Sory at their homo on Noel Avenue at Madisonvillo. The house was beautifully decorated in green aud white, which was the color scheme for the day. Haniug between tho reception room and dining room was a handsome wedding bell of whito carnations and ferns aud suapeudj ed from the bell was a long white streamer. After the guests had arrived, Miss Sory entered and pulled the streamer aud a large shower of lovely and exquisite handkerchiefs of every descrip tion which had previously been sent in by her friends, fell in a great shower around her. After the handsome lot of handker chiefs had bea admired and re ceived their share pf praise, the interesting ame of rook was be gan. the tables haviuc beeu ar ranged in three rooms before ar rival of guests.- The game was enthusiastically played and Miss Lucy Fawcett won the prize, which was a box of Jovely hand kerchiefs embroidered in colors. A delightful three course lunch eon was served carrying out the color scheme. Those present at this unusually attractive outar tainment were: "Misses Metabetli Sory, Frtncis Elgin, Margaret and Louise Mc pherson, Lucy 'and Hazel Faw- cott, Hazel Benson, Mai Brown, May me Wooten, Berle Parker j Ltlah- Bishop, Beatrice Kay, Georgia Mortdo, Archilee -Melton, -Margaret' and Katheriiio Victory, Isabel GarJner, Eilbon Gould, Virginia Tate, Lillian 'RTbar'da; kary-Kuby Morton; Minoe Sag, - Elizabeth Nisbet, Eva Bell, Lodlsb Wilson,. Mary Louise -Walkep, Nan 'Kiikwdod, tdcile Whittinghtili Mrs.' James Overull, Mrs. George' Kirkwood nd Mrs. Douglas Rockraau, WANTEB White boy between the age of twelve and fifteeu yeara old that knows where everyone' in Earl ington lives, both white aud col bred, Apply Siturday morning at the Browning Boarding House between 7 and o'clock. Call tor MR. HILBURN Old Raji Wanted. Bring u-t your Clean Cot ton rags, we pay 4 cents per pound for then . The Be. Heaviest Tax. idleness aud pride tax with a heav ier hand than kings and parliaments. If wo can get rid of the former we may easily bear the latter Benjamin Franklin, Letter on the Stamp Act, 1765, Curss Old Soraj. Other Remedies Won't Curs. The wont cate. no matter ot howlong itandlne, I ate cureu or me wonacnui, oia rename ur. t .-.. .,U.n,l. ir..llnv nil. Tf r.ll.,.1 Pain and Heals at the fame time, 23c, 50c, $1.00 Wanted Good Si$tfior ' The Bee wan fl rod idv so- lioitor fc mye ,0UFe f0 houce canvastVi Eirlitwrni. Good Baiaran(i ,.imm sion. Apply This a copy ofourllcA'afStora in thOtweak's "Ootohar 11 Saturday Evolving Post. Road and profit by it. Jtexall Ad- T 'anbage .ATo. 2 Do You Love Violets? Do you love to gather them, to bury your face In the mass of their sun-klsscd petals to revel In their fragrance? Then why not carry with you everywhere the soft fragrance of choicest fresh-cut violets? You can, by using for all your toilet needs perfume, talcum, cold cream, soap, sachet,- the dainty Violet Dulce Perfume and Toilet Preparation In the south of France, near the border of Italy, there springs in early January the Parma Violet, one of the finest and sweetest that blows. It is lovlicst in the shade of the olive trees. The peasants who gather this violet for us go out soon after midnight to pluck it while it is wet with dew. Before dawn, tons upon tons of these violets are heaped up in the distilleries. By noon they have been converted into the concentrated essence that comes over the seas to us To make an ounce of this essence, upon winch our Violet Dulce is based, two tons of violets are used. Violet Dulce Toilet Goods re sold to you under our positive guarantee that if you do not rind them entirely satisfactory, you can have your money back. This guarantee is good in any Rfcxall Store, of which there are more than 7,000. one leading; druggist in each important city and town in the United States, Canada and Great Britian. By their co-operative manufacturing' and distributing arrangement, these stores can give you the ad vantage of very moderate prices on Violet Dulce Toilet Goods, as will be seen from the following list: Violet Dulce Talcum Powder 25c Violet Dulce Toilet Water .... 7sc and $1.25 x Violet Dulce Extract the ounce Soc Violet Dulce Complexion Powder .... 50c Violet Dulce Liquid Complexion Powder 50c & $1.00 Violet Dulce Complexion Powder (in cake form) 35c Violet Dulce Dry Rouge (Theatrical No. 18) ro & sop Violet Dulce Sachet the ounce Soc Jl Violet Dulce Toilet Soap the cake ... 25c Violet Dulce Cold Cream 25c and$oc Mj Violet Dulce Vanishing Cream SoC Violet Dulce Week" begins to-day at all The faUi Ster You can only obtain these articles at ST. BERNARD MINING COMPANY INCORPORATED DRUG DEPARTMENT THE Wt STORE In the Saturday Evening Post on Nov. S willoe printed "Rexall dd-Vantage No. 3" on Symphony Lawn Writing Paper OCTOBER-NOVEMBER Bargain Offer Daring the Months of 0ctoberand Novemier You Can Get THE Lou is vi He BY One Year Arid You Can Have the I 4 demt Weekly Bee In addition for one year, jf price named above for THE TIMES. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the hest afternoon daily paper publised in the South or West. Demo cratic in politics; fearless in all things. It prints ALL the news ALL the time. This special bargain offer is good only for subscrip tions sent to THIS PAPER (not to The Louisville Times) during October and November only. Send Subscription Or Jer A tJ)&teIF ' Semi-Weekly Bee Earlington, Ky. ' I Tinl' m you will add socts. to the V 'l ;.J..