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0" FRIDAY
AFTERNOON
AFTERNOON
IF YOU DON'T ADVERTISE YOUP BUSINESS ADVERTISE IT FOR SALE
1
TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR
EAWNGTON, HOPKINS C0UNT,Y KY., TUESDAY JVM 2, 1914
No. 44
GREEN HIVER TRIP
CONTEST STARTS
With a Rush-Large Number of En
tries Received and More
te Come
TrtlS 15 A TRIP WORTH WORK
ING FOR AND EASY TO WIN
,m ,
The Bee's Green River Trip is
f .iirly launched and quite a nuin
bar of lathes' both married and
B.ngle have been nominated by
their friend?. Nearly every town
in Hopkins County is represen
ted, aud it lot k us if this would
be one of the nioct successful con
tests we have, experienced, The
capital piiza in a $50 drop head
"Champion" Sawing' machine,
that-it, the party rece;vTiog" the
" highest number of votesat close
of ths contest gets the trip and
the machine, tWnext five high
est contestants gets ttye free trip
rom Earlington to Bowling
Jpreen, op Green aod Barren
riveis and return on the Steamer
Eowliag Green. This vacation
will cewe in the hottest time-of
the year and yon will enjoy the
cool river breeze as we move np
tbe beautiful sirjam through en
chastiBg scenery. The water is
a beantifnl olive sreen and the
majestic bluffs that overlook the
river charm one with the grace
and variety of their form and the
soft beauty of their adornment.
The steep verdant slopes, whose
base is at the water's edire is
loped by a lofty rampart of
JXiken tnrreted rockf, whTbh are
wqnisitely rich and mellow in
color-mainly daik brown and dull
green but varied with other tiuts.
And then you have the shining
river under an August moon and
liBtcn enchanted to strains of
music from the string band as
the boat plows her way through
the rippling river. It is all as
tranquil and reposeful as dream
land and there is absolutely noth
ing to fret or worry about. Bet
ter make up your mind now to
join the six successful contest
ants on this trip and have a good
time. "Remember the entire
round trip, railroad fare, steam
boat fare, seals and berth can
be secnrelrfor this trip for $12.50
by registering your name at the
BrOffice.
Following is a listjif cpei--anta
to-date "
EAKLINCTON
gaij T'eatherston , ..--,1000
H HBI AUIUJf vvy
Cerrinne Asbby 1.000
t?MMB Aimon ,...i.uw
lable Blaokwell 1.000
Mrs. Joe Brinkley.v 1,000
WATCHES
when repaired by an expert
I have a Watchmakers cert ill
cate rom Solnilers Philadelphia
college ot watchmaking, Phila
delphia, Pa.
Watch Inspector fer the L. & N.
Kallroad '
Let me repair your watch. I
Klveyou the service that my po
sltfon demands.
L C. WILEY
Earjington, Ky.
Hest-le (jAveneM I 000
Mrs. Ifred Coleman L000
Mrs. A. L.Cobb.... 1 0C0
Lna Davu : v .. .1.000
Sue Wade Davis 1.000'
Virile Davis 1 000
Mrs. Walter DaveB. 1000
Mrs . O, A.J)jvl37on . .T-'.".7. . . 1 000
Eunice Draper 1.000
Connie Kunwlck : 1.000
May Lillian Fish 1 000
Jrtnle Foard 1 000
Alleen Kox 1.000
Bessie Grace. 1 000
Amelia Hanna 000
Lizzie Hull 1.000
Margaret Kemp 1.000
Thelma K'if....y.. 1.000
Ruth Look..... 1.000
Agneo Lyuu ; 1 000
Zilpah More heads 1 000
Ethel Peyton..'....,. 1.000
Ruby Peyten 1.000
Laura Parker 1 000
Mildred SMaver '. 1.000
Villa Sink . 1.000
Selma Snntb ,. 1.000
Ora Lee Todd 1.000
Glady Wbitford ...IpOO
Kern Nichols I OuO
. MABISONVILLE
Ethel Arnold . . . j ....... , . 1.000
Ooasle Branch.. , 1.000
Josephine Clark 1.000
Amelia Coil 1 000
Clara Doudna .1 000
Francis EiRin 1.000
Lillian Gibson.....?? :....1.0QU
Winnie Hart.. 1.000
Sudie Harris... 1.000
Mar.v Arden JeapfngB 1.000
Laura Ieabell Laffoon. 1.000
Louise McPberson 1.000
Elizabeth Nesbit 1000
Ethel Nlnhols . -....1.000
Gertrude Overall 1.000
Ruth McNeil. ... 1.000
Esther. Morrow 1.000
Nlna'ParJsb.. 1.000
U ary Pmr wa . . . , 1 .000
Beatrice KoblBBOD ,...1.000
Lillian Robards.,. , ...... .'. . .1.1.000
Motile StodghfJKv. ...i'.I.OOO
Margaret Stnm , 1.000
NEBO
Calle Bone ..........I'OOu
Allie Campbell. , ,1,000
Retta Koox '. ,1.000
Ollle Mitchell 1.000
Marie Crow., '. ..-1.000
Ruby Llgon 1.000
Lula WinBtead ,.1.000
MORTONT CAP
Ruth McCraw. .1.000
Syble O'Brvan 1.000
Annie Smith 1.000
WHITE PLAINS
Velma Mortou 1.000
Sana Bailey 1.000
NORTONVILLE
Ruth Barnes."...'..... 1.000
Bessie Oidh.am 1.000
Eva Da"is.. 1.000
Oecil Brown . . : . . T.llOOO
ST.CHABLES . . -
Mma.Faoll t 1.000
Maude pribrnW- .. . . .l.'OOO
RubVC;pd7. ............ ,,1.0
H CAKBONBALE ' ' "
Geneva lart. . . 1.000
EVERYTHING A MAN NEEDS
Complete Shavini Outfit $1
10 Arci'clee 10
To advertise our Universal Shav.
iiiK Outfit aud Unlvorial Products
we will for a limited time only, send
this well worth $:t 00 Shaving Outtlt
tor $1.00. We sell our products to
.the consumer direct and therefore!
you save all agents' prolltB which
as you know are very large.'
1 Hollow Ground Razor.
1 5-inuh Liu Her Brush .
I Razor fcitrop. Canvas Back.
I Nlokel KtHei Back Mtrror.
1 33 inch Barbsr Towel; '
1 Bar Shaving Soap.
1 Bx Talcum Powdar. '..
1 Decorated Cltiua Mutf.
1 Aluminum Barber Comb, 1 ;
1 Brlstlu Hair Brush.
Each outtlt packed in neat box
$1 Ou. Coin or Money order, postage
10c extra,
UNIVERSAL PRODUCTS CO.
Dsyton, Ohio.
Skta Blemlskes
!tW MBk CaaseSl By Ceraai
tj&MI 8 twin S't ualw tii 9
3SkMUBy (Ua will taln 1
to gt ltd ut Hums.
Pu mtw sr tinuUi M
tUw. f
Mt. BEIX'g A
Antiseptic Salve
mob Srttty tkM ttrau tnd kc thtn
ctauajulkMlUtruattr wlun kal. Um II ua T
Since moving the Operators bo6th outside of building,
, and putting in the 30 inch Exhaust Fan
THE IDLE HOUR
Is the Coolest Place in Town
t t '
Last Fridays Bee gives this weks program, and it. is"
a good one
. Next week on Tuesday will begin the first "Uni
versal Ike" funny pictures.
time.
Come out and enjoy
r,IiAf-I-m,j2Bt,.1J?..rJ'..ltl.,,.'t ii..'i&.,r.fc.,irlnA
STANDING OF
CONTEST jWTS
The Following Names Have Been
Received and are Nom
inated For
THE GRAND PREMIUM CONTEST
Miss Amelia Price .431,705
Miss Beatrice Robinson.. 411 310
Mrs. Stanley Thomas 353,015
MiBsZena Shanks 353,025
Mrs. Hanger 288,635
Mrs. Chae. Young 257,415
Mre. J. D. Overall 189.000
Jessie Parker Nisbet 84,870
Mrs. H. Spencer . , 70 075
Mrs. Roy Sllmon 64,075
Mtss Louise A. Browning 50,510
Miss Ketsie Sisk, R. R. 5. 51,120
Miss Annie Louis Aroolji 44,000
Miss Euk. Eraocit Fqgat?3f ;3W
Miss tfeleii Jagoft 35,450
Helen Golden Hoffman.. 35,230
Mifas Lena Hayes 27.805
Miss Mie Sights 25,630
Mrs. J. D. Thompson.... 20,150
Mrs. E. H. Dockrey, 13,950
Mrs. Sm Powers 12,755
Miss Pauline O'Bryan.. .. 11,145
Miss Francis Elgin 6 380
Mabel. Woolen, 1,945
Miss Winnie Hart .1(965
EARLINGTON
Miss Eah Ootbran 112,935
Mrs. W. R. Branson ; 36,860
Mrs. Walter Daves 32,700
Miss Elizabeth Rash 29.425
Miss Lillian Fish 14,915
Ola Martin 8.470
Grace France 3,045
NEBO
Miss JIa j 1 Udaley. v 1,085
The following firmB give votes
in the Grand Premium Contest.
Purchase your goods from them
and liolp-your ' favoriate win 'a
valuable present.
The McLeod Store
Incorporated 1
General Merchandise
Gurdiuer & Bpwmer
Incorporated
DrugeiBts
Metcalfs Millinery.
R. E. Moore, Hardware
Heltsley & Thomas -.
Mt Market
Princess Theatre
Moving Pictures
1 Williams Tailoring Co.
Dry UlBftnihi; and Pressing
Will IloH'man, Aaout
Wliito S vun Laundry
F. pv Card well '
Liveryund Fed Stable
Sheet Music aud PianosAPrather
" Earlington Bee
Job Printing aud Advertising.
Ben Keizer
Barbershop
m Siokmrnm
Jk Sin? A Mm tf
r Him oi ewUklouT r Hela?
W foasagrf M Nttur' ). the Utw
ttrlkei, tnea we omit or Bgl( ustU
ie ch or ilckM.
Iiooten tb dmm4-np bile. Keep H
looMviltU tbeoldtiuwlried May Apple
Moot, (fodophylUn.) rodopby Ma wltb
tke (ripe Ulteu oat to outed
Good program all the
arihour or more
:M HECOBATION DAY
: .
Fittingly Obtcrved in Earlington by
r Slanwaitte Tribe
; Decoration services were held
jiytSCanwajtee Tribe 57, im
proved Order of Redmen at Oak-
wed cemetery Sunday after
Leon. jT.wo hundred spectators
Iwer'e present, to witness the me-
monai . services. roriy tnree
members pf. the order assembled
in the lodge" room at 2:15 o'clock
and forming a procession march
ed to the cemetery. J. N. Kest
ner led the. procession with a
large U; S. fUg. David Smith
was marshal of the day. Floral'.
emblems were placed on the
deceased members. Then the
name&of the following deceased
members of the order -were read :
Jbo T. Denton, Dr. N. Q. Moth
ersheid, Will, Brasher, Mack
iAngPeteJIiles and S. OKee;
gan,
two tuns 01 ice water were-l
provided by the order for the
convenience of those present at
the exercises. One feature of
the exercises was that the ritual
work was performed from mem
ory and it was carried out with
out an error,
'The program of the memorial'
services follow:
;1. Opening of the Lodge ty
members.
2. Invocation of the Great
Spirit- Prophet;; Edward
Egbert.
Song By Redman Choir
opening. 4. Addreps-Sachem, H. Lone
' 5. Reading; of nameB of de
ceased foembers by Ohief
. of RecordE Jno DaVylder
Sichern, Harry Long intro
6
duces! Bro. J, W. LeBter
who rjiade the welcome ad
k dreBs and explained the
. beriefits.pf the. order.
1j Sonc Clhoir.
. Beaediction Past Siohem
,-:-J. N. Kestner.
.i
District Conference Held
Here June 9th to 12th
The U'istrict Oouference of the
He.bder:snn District of the M. B.
Ohqrcn, south, will be 'held in
E irli'jfigfou,' June 9 to 12. There
will le fr$m fifty to sovouty five
preaojier present at this con
ferouce. .
Tlliere will bo preaching at
eloou o'clrek . m. and 7 :30 p.
m. iacli dfly, the business session
Wili bo -111' in tho aftoruojou.
A cardial irfvitatiou is extended
to every one to attend this con
vention. No Chance. ,
"Tblere's always a moment after djn
per "wjtiea the prettiest .woman lu the
worldj kas bo chance against the at
tractions or a gooa cijtar. from 1110
Marriage ef Kitty,"
Flr Known Sculptor.
Bezlaleel aud Alioliab were the flrst
sculpture mi record, which was lu 1491
D. C. lleatde carving in stone and
wood, ,thee two artists devised beau
tiful w.orkki el gold aud silver
, &c Any Magaaln, v
SJMMlii oi Mwu-y riaUlac "At I
PROBABLE CHANGE IN
Young Men Eighteen Years of age
Elegible.
NUMBER OF ACRES
TO BE INCREASED
Washington, Dc. June, 1, lfc
has tnkeu the American gpvern
ment a long time to wake up to
the fact that the .Canadian gov.
eminent has ( better homestead
laws than oar own, and for that
reason the Dominion, has been
able to ' iiiduce hundreds of
thousands of Americans to go in
to Canada. One of tho pro
visions in the Canada homestead
law allows ah eighteen year old
boy to acquire a home, and the
result is that young men under
age have ..been,,, takinc. no., the
public lands off th& Dominion.!
The proposition , for homestead
entries by minors have been
gaining strength inv Congress,
and it received and impetut last
month when the western gover
nors in-thsirr annual conference,
at Denver, wen.t on recor.d as
unammon8ly.resolving tbafc'"sve
approve the plan now before
Congress to permit homestead
entrieB'by persons over eighteen
years of age." The Interipr De
partment aud the Jmicntji
Depattmefitjiave feotp strongly
endpjeedthe suggested- legisla
tion. Since the Secretary of the
Interior lias f been enabled to
designate eutirely arid lands
that cannot be irrigated as en
larged homesteads, enabling set
tler8..tb seciire 320 acres of land'
instead of 160, there has been a
noticeable inprovemeut ini con
ditions of settlers in sections
of the country where grazing has
been the principal source of in
come. The. change in the homestead
law by which settlers can ac
quire a title in three years, has
more than doubled the entries
throughout tho United States.
During the fiscal year ending
June 30, 1912, the total home
stead entries throughout the
UuitedJStaes were 24,326, cov
ering 4.306,008 acres of land.
The three-year homestead law
as passed June 6, 1912, and
during the fiscal .year ending
June 30, 1913, there were in the
'United States 52,252 'final home
stead entries, covering more than
ten million acres of the public
domain,
During the debate in the Houso
upon the bill of Representative
Taylor of Colorado, authorizing
minors of eighteen years and
over, to-take homestead and de
sert land eutries, Representative
Burke, of Soutn Dakota, who is
shortly to bo advanced, to the
Semite, used the argument that
many of tho boys serving in tho
navy and murine corps are not
more than .eighteen years old,
and that the avjernge is about
twenty. He onsiste(l that tlioso
boys .who recently gave their
lives at Yora Bruz were uot too
young to file ou n 'homestead,
aud ho said that he preferred.' to
encourage the boys to remain at
home, tp stay ou the farm, in.
stead of going into the army aud
navy. He concluded that "if a
boy is old enough for military
service he ought to be able to
file on the public domain,"
Burke, a Republican, and Taylor
a Democrat, have been two pf
the best friends the homesteaders
ever had iu Congress, and they
havi boih been euemee to what
Taylor that "thereis no
monopoly of agricultural
land m the west today, and
everyone who has a big farm ie
trying to cut it up and sell it in
to mailer tracts." He adds that
a comparison of the lmd laws of
the Dominion of Canada with
those of the United States, shows
a great many more liberal
features in tho system of occu
pation in C inada, than are found
in our own homestead laws.
At the investigation before the
Ssuate in January, Mr. iWilliam
J. White, in charge ,of the immi
gration movement to Canada,
testified that800.00O citizens of
the United S ates had one to
Canada to tajco up land, The
United S ates has just .discover
ed that the Canadian government
has been spending. between $60,
000 and .$70,000 a year in :adver-.
tising in' the states along the
border, and the greater part of
the money Las gone into tho
C'ty.WA j$e.6!' . country
uewGpirpers.' ixow since tnenorse
bafs been Etolen, Congress. iB go
ing around to lock the doors, to
check, immigration..
According, to. our .Agricultural
Department the cost .of produc
ing wheat in Saskatchewan 13
fifty-five cents per bushel on the
farm, and sixty-two cents per
acre f. o. b. cart. ' It has been
figured out that the Saskatchew
ap farmers latt year realized,
forjrteen and qnc-eigbth cents
prqfite per bushel.
And .yeLan,the.iaceofi'the".long
winters and scarcity, of fuel in
the Canadian north west,' the
qlever Canadians have coaxed
away 800000 farmers from the
Unitea S'ates.
t'' ""100
BEAUTIFUL AND COLORED
POST CARDS
Many are rich, rare, pictures of
BEAUTIFUL MODELS AND
ACTRESSES
Abo a Self-Filling
FOUNTAIN PEN
All For only 50 cents
Tbtt greatest bargain in beautifnl
cards and rare art pictures ever of
fered. Many are bard to obtain and
bave sold singly for tbe price wo
ask for all. These will go qaickly
to all lovers for tbe beautiful in na
ture who appreciate rare art pic
tures of well developed models.
A reliable self-Ailing fountain pen
free wltb each order. These alone
liavo sold for $1.00 In stores.
The 100 beautiful cards and pott
all for but 60c and. 10c in stamps for
postage.
ARWftTRAYAL CO.
1 V DAYTON. OHIO.
GEO. J0ESS0N SILLED.
In a. Difficulty Over Some. Trivial Matter
Sunday Morning.
Geo. Johnson, was shot ami
instantly k'Ued by Sam Wilke.
Both, parties aro colored andit is
claimed JohtifO'i was under the
lnllueuce of . liquor. ' It is, also
claimed he was the axrestor and
had already out Wilks itnd ws
advancing on' him the sac od
time with" , drn,wn m.fe whea
tho futaJ .hut was fired. W 'iks
wa3 arrested and pu,t in j ii0itre
ponding his examining trial.
Wilki claims he was forced to
shoot Johnson in self defense.
The trouble- appeared at the
mineral ,wol.
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