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4?AUL M. MOORS.
01 TOR AND PUBLISHHfl 4. B. PA.WOBTT wwaeuTE COITOR N0 BUSINESS MANaMB Memhtrat ' Kentucky fret j4m9cii cat . Advertising Rates Display Advertisements, staple Issue 15c por luoh Locals aud Inside Pages, Readers No per Hue Reaulutlons and Cards of Thanks 60 per J ne Obituary Poetry 6c per line Blight roduotlous on time contract display advertise raents. Also locals that run several months without change Entered at the Earllwrton Post Office as Second Class Matter. gfffttcA OfRct in Maiisenritk, Ktntacky, Mitt Lucy FauctU, Manager, Phtnt Na. 71-2 Ringt Ittephane 47 Friday, May 30, 1914 BEAUTIFUL AND COLORED POST CARDS ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce CJacJfid J. W. Henson aB a candi idate for Conareas from thekSec ond district, subject to the ac .tKoa of the democratic party. Claude Morton UNDERTAKER Center St. Madisonvllle, Ky CITY OF MADISONVILLE .v. ' WHdsr.Viti if Thanks i. Id J .tin fira Bartmint riH FOt.LOW.NG resolutions " v WHEREAS it became necee " ?y on May 14, 1914, to summon &q oar assistance tbe, Fire De - vpactment of the Oity of Earling tit, to snbdae a fire which con- Seamed a large portion of the 7at8ck of lumber of the Ruby Lum J. Siec Company-, stored upon it's -Cfwrdfl, alone the right of-way of 3;feo L. fc N. Railroad Company ''"Sn the city of MadiBonville,-- and tfa prevent a' threatened coofla--Ration, apd whereas the sat d ..department efficiently manned the hereinafter named .fifeiu ""liaro of the said' Department re--T j-apo'uded qnickly to our appeal ; -and. rendered prompt, valient and xaecfcive 'service, .and .thexeby &xvg& to to the oitizens much val-. Ta.bl property, Cow Therefore RESOLVED by the Myor and he Oity Gouucil of the Oitv of -SEftdtsonville, that we do hereby arfcend to the Oity of Earliugtou Har thanks for the loan of it splendid equipment and to H , W Bogerp,, Olaud Long, Wil -Bfiyborn and Yandell Tilford .vlittomb4rs of the Fire Company in -itteadance with said equipment r ftu)i to "Harnett & Oo. for the loan , .jt.toam of well-drilled horses used n.-canveying the equipment, our. ! "gratitude and thanks for their itcroic and valuable service in i-aibduing the flames and in the .prevention of a conflagration "vfeich threatened other valuable "property of our citizens. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED Chat as a further expression o 'Bar appreciation that the said H W. Rogers, 'Olaud Long, William ;aayiwrn and Yandell Tilford and !".8arnntt'& Oo. be and they are -each hereby allowed the sum of : t$5.00 payable out qf the general -'Panels of the Oity of Madisbu-r -ville, Ky. flSE IT FURTHER JIESOLVED j'TIiat a copy of these resolutions -ao certified to H. W. Rogers, sCuiof! of the Earlington Fire De r'gxrtmeot, with assurance of -our ' nllingnes8 tp reciprocate their ;a;onorou8 servipe tipon .demand. Approved May 22-1014. KD. W-.GATLltsT, Mayor. Jfnn. L. Brown, Oily Clerk. Copy Attest : Jas, L. Brown, Oity Clerk Utc Following Rtrjly ,W Sent The J .Mjyor and City Council Earlmgton.iMay 20-'H. "Tottho Hon, Mayor aud Oity Council, MadisonviHe, Ky. SettUemen We, th'e( undersigned mem 'prtjof the Eiirlintort Fire Da tTpartwaat, are ia receipt of your "very Kiacuy reaoinnoB arm at evidence of your feelings, and hnsteu to express to you all our most sincere thanks for same. While deeply regretting the con flagration to which we were Bum ttone'd, ueyerth'eF,',w'e,re. plua ed to have had the .opportunity of rendering service to our es teemed sister city in her lime of need. Were it not that we might i-be thoucnt unappreoiative of your kludly remembrance, we wduld. return same, in as uvuch aB, then, aud now and in the fn ture we do and will feel more than recompensed by the oppor tunity for rendering assistance and by the kindly words nnd feelings of the officials and citi zens of MadiBonville. Thanking you for your gener ous offer to reciprocate should occasion uemanu, ana wun our besfyishes, we remain, ' Yours very, truly, H. W. Rogers (Chief) Olaud Long. Will Ray bom. ' . Vandell Tilford. Burnett & Company C A STO R I A For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of Leaves For The Sunny" South in His "Trusty" Ford Tommy Stdkes", the well-known aud popular youug traiu dis patcher, of this city, left Thurs day for his home iu Dalton, Ga making the trip in his auto Accompanied by Iub mother, he goes from there to Jacksonville, Fla., where he goes to attend the Train Dispatchers Oonvention, from there he goes to Key West, Fla., thence to Havana, Ouba. in a motor boat. r ii i in an ue expects tp ue gone until about the middle of Sep teraber or the first of October. He was accompanied as far as Nashville, by Monou Old hum, who will spend severa hours there, returning home on train 62 Saturday. The Bee ex tends to Tommy ita best wishes for a successful trip ..and u safe return. YOU CAN'T BEAT THIS OFFEfc. And yop wou't have to beat your carpets or rugs if you a'c cept it. Tlio Earliugton Bee one year, tup Reliable Poultry Jour nal due year and a $10 oombina tion carpet sweeper and vacuum cleaner, all for $5'0n. We have a number of ladies who are using our sweeper cleaners in Earling ton aud MadisonviHe. Ask them about it. Better take advantage ot tins oiler now, it will not last longer than .July lothVA. atarfuso' thereto the substantial kindred disease. The Flies Are Here Where are the Last Years' Traps The pesky (lies are beginning to swarm uud It ib uow time to briuir out the fly traps that did such ef fective work last year. Begin today aud get your trap In workm(order. Kvery day that passes without the fly trap being set aud baited.for the deadly fly, adds Just that much more dauger from typhus fever and other Many are rioh, rare, pictures of BEAUTIFUL MODELS AND ACTRESSES Also a Self-Filling FOUNTAIN PEN All For only 50 cents Thu ureateat bargain hi beautiful cards anq rare art pictures ever of fered. Many are hard in obtain and have sold eldRlv for the price we ask for all. Thoue will go qnloklv to all lovers for the beautiful In na- ture who appreciate rare art pic tures of well developed models. A reliable BelMlllintr fountain pen free with each order. These alone have sold for $1.00 In stores. The 100 beautiful cards and pen all for but 50c and lOo iu stamps for postage. ART PORTRAYAL CO. DAYTON. OHIO. AUTOMOBILE TIRES AT FACTORY PRICES SAVE FROM 30 TO 60 PER. CENT Tire Tube liSxIt 7 ISO $1.05 0x3 7 80 1.05 :Wx8J$ . 10.80 2.80 :)2xJ4 11.00 2.95 34xf) 12.40 3.00 32x4 -J 70 5 ;wx4 ii8o a co :tix4 10 80 :igo 30x4 17 85 3.90 36x4J$ 1 75 4.85 3Gx4 19.85 4.90 '37x4)6 . 21.50 G 10 37x5 24.90 5.90 All other sizes Iu stock. ffon-Skld tires 15 per centaddltlonal, red tubes ten per cent above gray. All new clean, fresh, guaranteed tires. Best standard and Independent makes, Buy direct from us and save money 5 per cent discount If payment In full accompanies each order. C O. D. on 10 per cent deposit. Allow tug examination. TIRE FACTORIES SALES CO. Dep'l A. Dayton. 0. Out-of-Town Notes O00D SHOWING FOR THE E ARLINGTON COLORED SCHOOL Jourdan Browu Murphy, of Adams Tenn., has been on a Qsblng tour on the Providence branob. for the last fow days with a very flue Ashing pole, with a ledgervrood attached to the pole, but failed to catch any fish. Mack.Maddox killed two varv One fish with a flagstaff near. Shamrock mines Wednesday moralnsr, " a Mr.XiutQu Sptchalwhp hita-dot beet very welt lor somentfne la now tak ing the a new kind of medicine and 1b improrlug fast aud thinks be can eat all the fish Jourdon Browu catches. f J bo, W. Morirau. euulneer oil Am. IVyXDilcher, will purchase a'S pa senger Ford, -writhlu iho next few days, aod will join In the speedway race at ladianunoltB, soon. ' ' All Earlinjlon Graduates Get Diplomas While Others Fail. (jive Me About One Weeks Netice Don't forget that I am still In the paint business aud that there is no work done in that line that yon can lose me In, any inside or outside worn mat yon are able to get In a city, vou can just tell your friends that Hurley ia the man to look for. and then do not depend on my.'name as a workman, but go-and look over my last work or what I am doing at the time. I wish you would forget this common graining . and have some first class wqrk done on vour home, your floors have bad the same kind of work oh them so lonir that they look old to you, and the reason ot that is. you have nor. bad the man yet that can change them and of course could not tell you anything different. I will be in MadisonviHe Frid.iy and Monday, so call Otfiuau A- Settle's and leave your name with thorn aud they will tell you w.io's ib we are working on. W. O. HURLEY. The Commencement Exercises of the Eirlington Colored Public School were held at Temple The atre Tuesday evening, at which LBeven pupilB.receivedcertilicatea or graduation trom the common school course. There was a mix ed program Of songs au 1 recita tioufl bv the graduates nnd oth ers, and an address by Rev. R. j. Buckuer, of MadisonviHe. Tbo Graduates ar.e: Viola B4ee. Susie E. Gladdisb. HenriettuHqoaor. Alfred Foster. Iola Osborne. Ada Amos. Lucile Terry. These seven school children re cently took the examination be fore the county examiners aud each passed with credit aud was awarded a common school diplo ma. There were twenty two col ored pupils who took this exami nation and but ten of them pas sed. Seven of the ten were from the Earlington School, which is a marked indication of the good worK beim: done here by I'rof. J. W. Bell and his assistant teachers. The 1660 Newest Thing In Chocolates Guth 16 ozs. for 60 cents. Onchalf lbs and pounds, Three Trays 1 -" One half pound 166o Chocolates packed as follows: Top Tray:- 1 Peanut Butter : 1 Cocoanut Cream ' 1 Lime- Cream 1 Apricot Cream Foiled ' 1 Honey Nougatine 1 Milk Chocolate Bucl Middle Tray: i Apricot Marshmallown . 1 Cherry Fruit in Cream 1 Almond in Cream Horey Nougatine 1' Milk dh'ocolate Bud Bottom Tray : 1 Pineapple Fruit in Cream 1 Apricot Cream ; " 1 Filbert Block " M' r .Peppermint . 1. , Clfefiy Jelley All the above for 30 cents. Pounds at 60 cents Fresh shipment received, Monday May 25th by ex press direct. St. 6 ernara iYimmtf vuo. 17 1 INCORPORATED Drug Department Perfection. A man Is one whose body has been trained to be the ready servant of his mind; whose passions aro trained to bo the servants qt his will; who en Joys the beautiful, loves truth, hates wrong, lovea to do good and respects others as himself. Anon. True Citizenship. Every man who lores his country, or wishes well to the best interests ot society, will show Himself a decided friend not only of morality and the laws, but of religious insUtutlons, and honorably bear his part in supporting them. J. Hawes. WHITE MOUNTAIN Refrigerators "Tht Gftist With ; iSlllill'it" ' -. ' , " ' This missioabf a Refriger ator is to, keep feed in' a sanitary condition. This la what the White Mountain dies Aud it does the work at the least possi ble expense. There's a reason why this is so. Let us show you. O'BRYAN, UTLEY & GO. Incorporated 1 Furniture, dr Undertaking MadisonviHe, Ky. Special Hosiery Offer Guaranteed Wear-Ever Hosiery For JKen and Women Ladles' Special Offer For Limited Tim Only- Six pair of our finest 38c value la dies' guaranteed hose in black, tan or white colors with written guar antee, for ?l.w and lUc for pos tage, etc. SPECIAL QFFER FOR MEN For a limited time only, six pairs of our finest 35o value Guaranteed Hosa any color with written guar antee nnd a pair of onr well known Men's v aradise uarters for One dol lar, and 10c for postage, etc. Yon know these nose: they stood the test when all others failed. They give real font comfort. They nave no seams to rip. They never be come loose and baggy as the shape Is knit iu, uot pressed in. They are Guaranteed for fineness, for style, for superiority of material and Work manship, absolutely staiuless and to wear six months without holes, or a new pair free. Don't deiar. send in your order before time expires. Give correct size. WEAR-EVER HOSIERY COMPANY Dayton, Ohio. Cellar Champion. A soven-year-old boy, comlne from sohool'one day, informed his mother that half his class had been promoted. His mother asked him whether be had been ons of the number. "No," said ho, "and I'm glad I'm not, 'cause I'm the smartest one left." Electric Fans $8.75 To $20.00 l " JHHnV III aw I MMV imWmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Hv HIA. Fa JV ID- i ts "tmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmm 11 ammmm Guarantee 4 j,. Dally Thouaht' The greatest narttqf .what w say or do belus uaheoeBiarvy if & man .takes this jaway he . win have more leisure ana isss uneasiness. oiarcun aurelius. Looks Thai Way, A New York woman has an anklet that cost 125.000. Something put bf for a rainy day, wo presume. Beware of Ointments for ! Catarrh waig that Contain Mercury, A mircury will urely destroy Ilia seme o imell triil completely deradf e I lie whole system when eiiteriox It through the mucous surfaces. Such atticles should never be used except oo the prescriptions from reputable physicians, as the damage tbey will do is ten fold to the good you can-possibly derive from theiu, Hall's Cularrli Cure, manufactured by F. . Cbeaey & Co., To tdo, O., contains no mercury and is taken later. nally, acting directly upon the blood and mubous surfaces of the system In bujiox Hall's Calanh Cure bo sure you get the genuine, it ts taken internally aod made in Toledo, O., by Y . Che- I aey & Co. Testluaoolals free. Sold by D(UKftets. .Price 750 per bottle. Take Hall's, family Pills for constipation. "ES the weather is hot as blazes and it 'willbe hbt- X ter yet. Be comfortable and be happy. Why swelter in the torrid heat when you can bring the . cooling breeze into your; home -. by-using oneof our . "Emerson- Ospilliarfiyg-Blectric1lfans,'e hayej therft 111 an sizes ana. uiey aegpneea rrom $0.75 ;to o.oo. See me before you buy! Remember I give fyou a five years guarantee with each fan. Eight inch FAN $8.75 Sixteen inch FAN $15.50 W. H. Whitford -rrrskmmmm r -r--mmmmmm c ii II I mmm V 11 I J