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The bee. (Earlington, Ky.) 1889-19??, February 10, 1914, Image 2

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ANNOUNCEMENT -
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Won re authorized to announce
JadRe J. W. Heiiflon as a candi
date for Ooncrbss from the Sec
ond district, subject to tho ac
tion of the democratic party.
"CottotFis
Children or Collpn
a curse to Texas
ohildreu," remarked the super
intendent of one of the Texas
schools to Lewis W. ELine, spec
ial investigator for the National
Ohild Labor Committee. And
why it is a curse? This question
is the theme 6f an article by Mr.
Hine on "Children of Oottou,"
in the "Survey" of-February 7th.
'Come out with me at sun
up," says Mr. Hine, "and watch
the children troopiuj? into the
field, some of them kiddies four
or five years old, to begin the
pick-pick-pick, drop into the bag,
step forward; pick-pick, drop in
to the bag, step forward, six
days in the week, live months in
the year, under a relentless sun.
The mere sight of their monot
onous repetition will tire you
out long before they stop. Their
working day folIowB';the 8unfand
.not until sun -down will they
leave the fields. Ruby, uged 7,
stopped working lone enough to
say, ae 1 8tood' her, 1
m RAorfoii
ay
UNDERTAKER
Center St. Madisonvllle, Ky
works'
from sun-up to eumdowo, an1
picks thirty-five .pounds a day
Imagine .the uutribec of .feathery
bolls that must go iuto the bag
hanging about her neck to tip
the scale at tbirfcy-fWe pounds.
.""Ihe rqault of a few years of
this incessant grind, long hours,
physical strain, lack of proper
.bod and care, and lack of men-
fcal Btimulus? What can it be
but ohvsical defeneration and
moral atrophy? We have long
assailed (and justly) the , cotton
industry as the Herod of the
mills. The Eunshine. iii the cot
ton fields, has blinded onr eyes
to, the fact that the cotton pick
er suffers quite as much as the
mill haod from, the monotony,
overwork, and hopelessness of
hia life. It. ,h high fiiuie for us to
face the truth and adoYto our In
dictment of bum Cotton a new
charge the Eforo'l of the lields.
"Oiva of the most pitiful things
about the fUtuation is the indiff
erent acceptance of conditionw by
people generally. I heard very
little anxious comment except
from school teachers. Ruby's
father, who said, "They git five
months schooling . and it ain't
'uufT.' stood out among all "the
parents! interviewed as'n rare
exception. It is quite possible
that the Texas farmers are not so
indifferent to the exploitation of
their children as appears, for
they are litterallv 'up against
it.' They are transient renters,
weighed down by debt, illiterate
and dependent upon the crops.
"But I place first and foremost
in any program of change the re-
strietisn of child labor. Child
ren must be left free to go to
school. At a recent conference
of tha Texas State Board of
Charities aud Corrections, all
were at;reed that compulsory ed
ucatiou is the greatest need of
Texas today. Patriotism demands
that we save the children- We
must begin at ouce lay the
foundation for the farmer of to
morrow, by a, longer period of
childhood today, with better
preparaUba foworhr.aDd abetter
training. f6r$feY '
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Chfldrei
ki UFr, Ow 30 Wars
Always bears'
Sicnatnre of
"SYRUP OF FIGS" FOR
CONSTIPATED CHILD
MRS. W. W. LAKE
Tells Others How fo Get Stforig
and Well.
Mrs. W. "w". Lako of Abordoon,
Miss., Bays: "The grlppo had left mo
In a weak, run-down condition from
which I Buffered for sotno time. I
tried different remedies but nothing
Deemed lo do mo any good until I
took Vlnol, from which I reealrod
treat benefit. My cough la almost
eatlroly goqe and I am strops and
well again, und I am glad tp recom
mend Vlnol to others who uter its I
did."
- Mrn. Lake's recovery was duo to
tho combined action ot tho medicinal
elements extracted from cods' livers
combined with tho blood making
and strength creating properties of
tonic Iron, which aro contained In
Vlnol, and her cough disappeared us
u natural result.
.Wo guarantee that Vinol "will do all
we claim and will pay ba.ck your
tnonoy if Vinol docs not satisfy you.
P. S. Stop scratching, our Sazo
Salre stops itching. "Wo guarantee It
St.. itnurd Mining Co., 'Incorporated,
Dm Department, Special kftfX
Delicious "Fruit Uxativel Can't
lach. Liver
Harm
Tender Little Stomac!
and Bowels
Every mother realizes, after
giving her childreu "California
Syrup of Figs,',' that thie is their
ideal laxative, because they love
its pleasant taste and it thorough
ly cleanses tho teuder little
stomach, liver aud bowels with
out griping.
r When cross, irritable, fever
ish or breath ia bad, stomach
sour, look at the tongue, mother!
If coated, give a teaepoouful of
this harmless "fruit .laxative,"
and in a few hours, all the foul,!
constipated vate, sour bile andj
undigested food passes out oft
the bowels, and you have a well,
playful child ayain. When its (
li.ttlo system is full of cold, '
throat sore, has stomach-ache,
diarrhoea, indigestion, colic
remember, a good "msido clean-1
ing" should always oe tho first
treatment given.
Million of mothers keep "Oal
ifornu Srup of Fis" "handy;
they know a tauspoDuful today
Mives a sick child tomorrow.
Ask your tlrunjcist for a 50-oant
bottle of (' tlifornia Syrup of
Figs," which has direction for
babies, children uf nil age and
grown-ups printed on the bottle.
Beware of counterfeits sold here,
eo don't be fooled. Get tho gen
uine, made by "C iliforniu Fig
Svrup Company.''
The Ladles lnlhs' wn wtvo Simply Going Wild
ov i il.irmony Ihxit I ;utl .'. And 'no wonder, because lo mnkc
iuurluslroti?, toft nnd .-''ky we bclirvo thcro3 iiolliing elat1 -?
i! wc al)tttiH,tlic v:",: r -. h:yr p rpjMirntion niauc IbaL any
t Vl.y &jopf C?uieS u. to I m ...ov.y IIjm Jienutiuer.'
Ask.' any one v of tin many women in lJii town who use -il
she'll iell you she "toves" it. Just look at her hair; and you'll conic
to m ana get some yourself. ,
0
Is just what its nnmc implips. -Just to make the hair glossy, lustrous, more
beautiful. Just to make il easier lo dress, and more natural lo fall easily and
gracefully jnlo the wavy lines and folds of the coiffure.
It leaves u delightful fresh and cool effect, and a lingering, delicate crfumc.
Will not change or darken the color. Contains no oil; therefore doesn't leave the
hair sticky or stringy. Simply sprinkle n little on your hair each time before
brushing-it. liut first, make sure that your hair and scalp are clean, by using
Harmony Shampoo
A. liquid, shampoo to keep the hair clean, soft, smooth nnd beautiful. It gives
mi instantaneous, rich, foaming lather, penetrating lo every part of the hair and
scalp. It is washed off just as quickly, the entire operation. Inking only a few
moments.' It Icarci vo lumps or stickiness. Just n refreshing sense of cool, sweet
clcanliness.-r-Just a dainty, pleasant and clean fragrance.
13pth in odd-shaped ornamental bottles, with sprinkler tops.
, Harmony Hair Jieaulificr, $1.00. Harmony Shampoo, 50c.
' . ' ' oth are guaranteed to please you, or your money back.
Tlloon Clnnn DnntiliAp ET.ir!i.r-i 1 I. rt
Tlicre ii no class of women who know boflcr lum- lo diMTiniiii.ilo in liic use of UiiriRS lo make
them more lauiitifnl than aclrces. A'inonp-the many rclebr.itctl sUipe benutis who Use ond
enthusiastically prai.w IkiIIi Harmony Hair Hcautifler nnd Harmony Shanioo nrv!
LAUHETT1-: TAYI.OII
Star In 'Teg o A!- Heart," Cort Theater, Kow
NATALIE ALT
Star Id "Allele," Luiitfitrru TlicuUr, New York.
HOSK COGHLA.V
Star in "l'ino l'cntlu;r," uoh tuurius I lie I'tiiUtl
Stuteii.
ETlfUL KARRYJIOTtF.
Starirt "Tanto," 1'npiro Tlicjitcr, New York.
ELIK I'liltGIVOV
flar in "A r3tmnu Woioan," l.y.um. New
York, i
LOUK3K J)RISKIt
Stat fir'Totnth and
ThraWr, New York.
IVrliuuttvr," G. II. Cohau
Sold only at the moro tlian 7000 aatt Stores. Ours is Uie Ifaatt Storo In this Town
St Bernard Mining Company
INCORPORATED 4
DRUG DEPARTMENT.
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BU 111 Ed
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ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. '
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TUcS'unile signature of
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Tub CcNTAun CojuaW,
NEV YORK. J
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durante
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
GASTORM
"Sot Infants aad Children,
Mothers Know That
Genuine Castoria
Always
Bears the
Signature
In
AJ Use
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For Over
Thirty Years
raa
THC CENTAUR COMPANY HEW YORK mf
WANTK1-Laum' rviiil chll
(Ireu'tt uiulerclutlies to muke, also
BhcotH unci pillow slip.
Mks. Emm.V A. Kkown
Corner Farren At). & Mm St.
JrUUL'I KT
ifrlMffH-'ftX'1 "i1! " iilili""il'ti tttriiL1 ill' miii'ir'lytf'Tjil'Jriii- uliUii niAi
' WANTED.!
in Cash the
. Pnv every dav up to Thursday night
i3 the following prices.
3 Hojis is Cents
Roosters , ; . - S Cents
Full Feathered Seese. . .'tWr 7 1-2 Cents
Turkevs , .l. i 4 Cents
W- j.ii.k:,
THE
BEST
DRUGS
' i !.
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Perhaps the general public docs not
realize any difference in drug quality be-
ypnd the pover tp relieve illness.
But your doctor knows.
'He knows 'that there are' drugs just,
as superior bnie brand to another as' there '
are poor and good grades of food or cloth
ing. ; N;'
The drugs we carry are the very best
- 0
science'produces - -
We guarantee this.
Ask your dpctor to find out the char
acter of the drugs v use in his prescrip
tions and he will tell you this gujely is the
proper place to buyjtiedicines.
St. Bernard WngOo.
INCORPORATED
DRUG-DEPARTMENT
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE BEE!

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