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PAUL Mi MOOM.
CDITOR AND PUBLISHER J. la FAWOlTT USOCUTI IDITOI AND BUtlNEf f MANMII Mmbtret Keniach Press Association Second District PabUshers League Advertising Rates Display Advertisements, iWie issu 25a per inch Locali and Inude Panes, Headers 60 per line Resolutions and Cards of Thanks Bo per 1 no Obitnary Poetry Be per line Blight rednetlons on time contract display advertise ments. Also locals (hat ran several months without change Entered at the Earlineton Post Office as Second Class Matter. Branch Office in Maditonsille, Kentucky, Mist Lucy Fawcell, Manager, Phone No. 61 1 elephant 47 Tuesday, August 10, 1915 JflDGEi.BLUE DEFEATED - By Hon-. Lee Gibson by -Large Maiority Hopkins Coun ty Man Wins by 3,700 ' Unofficial returns show thai Hon. L?e Gibson, of this county, "hza won, the nomination for Oir - -enit Judge by a majority of about 8,400 over Judge Blue, of Jdirion, and ' it ib thought the official vote will increase this to figs! 8,000. . ; ' ; Tn the face for Commonwealths Attorney, J". Elliott Baker, of JLPxinceton,. drew the nomination amrer J3d Young and Ruby Laffoon tSthis county, his majority 1)6 ing estimated at about 600 votes. Mr. Laffoon carried Hopkins coanty, receiving about 1,700 wotes. Mr. Young ran third in Hue connty receiving 700 votes. SsturnB in the race for Judge idI the Court of Appeals have icen hard to obtain and will .probably take the official count to determine the winner. Judge Gordon stated yesterday at noon liathis majority this side of the river was 6,00 over Thomas, but lhat he had been unable to Becnre llie vote from the counties in the lower part of the district. Judge Gordon carried this county by a jgpod njBjority. The race for Circuit Court Clerk THE CHEERFUL CHERUB I pounded my fincjer instead nf t And then .said ver-v bd word. But avicxlv" mv mora. .sense snowed rrse. And-, vtoTs f tkt w - Mother KetrdL I I attracted much attention, and is very close. Roicoe Eastwood has the nomination over John Beading by a barrow margin, the unofficial rote published on the page giving his majority s 15 Hon. H. F. 8. Bailey was an easy winner, for, Kepresentative, his majority over Judge Bradlv being about 700 votes. Mrin Wihon received 207 votes in the county. A Medicine Chest For '25c In this chest yon have an e'xoe' lent remedy for Toothache, Brnlses. Sprains. Stiff neck. Backache. Neu ralgia, Bhenmatlsm and for most emergencies. One 26c. bottle of Sloan's Liniment does it all thl because these ailments are cansed by congestion and InflamatiQD. II yon donbt, ask those who use Sloan's Liniment, or better still, bnv a 26c. bottle and prove It. All Druggestt. STOP at tlie GALT HOUSE Sk WHEN IN LOUISVILLE . " European Plan GOOD ROOMS FOR $1.00 PER DAY Fine Dining Room With Excsllent Service and Low Prices . Free Auto-Bus Meets Trains Torli'ih out Electric Baths WRITE FOR RESERVATIONS TO THEPUBLIC Earlington, Ky., AuV. 0, 1016. Editor Bee. Dear Sir: Please spare space in your next edition. I wish to sav to the public, as wo never had time to have bills struck and hand around to let the people know that the Independent Or der of Puritans was going to or ganiza hero 'son Thursday nigh, July 20, but we did not havo time to do eo, so we did institute a Council here on that date. Will receive the charter soon and will givo the number of our Oouucil and name. Also we had a nice number of charted members,- a total of 81, and elected the offic ors as follows : K. C. Carroll,, Past President. A. J. Carpenter, President. W. B. Vinson, Vice-President. J. D. Vickere, Chaplain. Ben W. Wilson, Marshal. Albert Larmoutb, Instructor. O. S. Crenshaw, Secretary .and Collector. P. H. Hdskins, Treasurer. H. W. Griffin,. Outer Door K.'eper, Ada B, Griffin, Inside Door Keeper. Trustees Luther i,. urant, Martha E. Lamb and May me Wilson, Luther E. Grant being chairman. . 1 Out medting nights 'are the second nd fourth Thursday nights each month. Come and let as give you the best insurance on earth in tbiB Order, give you sick and accident, funeral bene fit and straight life, all in one contract. All visiting members invited also. So call and let us make yon the best proposition yon ever had in life. We insure from 18 years to 60. Ask A. J. Carpenter for information on all different contracts on this insur ance and also C. S. Crenshaw, PIbupp do not forcer, onr meetinc nights, second and fonrtb Mou- lay nights. Respectfully yonrs, A. J. Oawknteb, Depnty Organizer for Council, Our" Advice IsTT When yon feel out of sorts from const pation, let us say Oa. is 4Pf-C i 'do not relieve you, see a phrsdan because so other borne remedy vilu Bold only by us, 10 cento, jjg.,- -j St. Barnard Mining Co inoorpo- ft R 4-11-44 4 CURES JEi nnor 1 itnltasfiaIr Drum Panbna ' 3 Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck. Roud. Canker. uiarrnoea and all Diseases or Poultry son as QOOD-. so OCU, SO J-iV lCaaiM.DifiUnini.lf..ui "C -J nI i 1 1 Al A. 1 J .L-LM1 - worm and icuertt th cluck t uUally. Ilia Um bctl Mtto3tivtVbii tret UMti.' Mffl. asd Gairintttd by J. Robt. Cramt, Bsrdttown, Ky. Pria SOc st sll Drolhtj. SOLO BV St. Bernard Mining Co.-, Incorporated Grocery Department I-iXLXOHEJS' CHILL TONIC? (Palatable) Better than Calomel and Quinine. (Contains no Arsenic) Tbf Old R.K.IU EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC J&m .-well as a remedy for Chills and Fevers, Malarial Fevers JSwamp Beyers and .Bilious. Fevers. Just what you need at to season. MtLD LAXATIVE, NERVOUS SEDATIVE,, SPLENDID TONIC itWit. X)on Ukf y tuDititKtc. At UtWU 3W ami, 91,09 UottlM. Irpred by HOBISON-PETIT COMPANY Incorporate I-rOu.ii"villot Kcntuoky "Hail '0!" Tbe Following beautiful verses were written by a home boy "Pete Brinkley. who is at present .on tbe U. P. S. Arkansaw." Doubtless tbe sound ot "Mall 'O" sounds good to tbe boy so far from bis old Ken tucky Home. When youjre feelln' blue and dreary And yoqr body's mighty weary, What on earth could souud more . cheery, Than -'Mall Ot" When you know you can't forget her And you're waiting for a letter, Could anything sound better, Than "Mall 'Ol" And When O'er the see you roam After weeks upon tbe foam, Why, those words mean News from Home, "Mall 'Ol" Yes, Caruso's voice Is sweet, Anna Held Is hard to beat But I'd rather, I repeat, Hear "Mall "Ol" Despondency Due to Indigestion "About three months ago when I was Buttering irom tndieestton which caused iheadaohe and dizzy spells and made me feel tired and despon dent, I began taking Chamberlain's Tablets," writes Airs. ueo.Hon.Mac edon, N. Y, "This medicine proved to be tbe very thing I needed, as one day's treatment relieved me greatly. I used two bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets and tney rid me ol this trou ble." Obtainable everywhere. Wk 1 TVS IV E VSBBBBBK DR0P of Bourbon Poultry Cur down chlck'i throat cure l ctpci. A lew drops In the drink uic wtter curt aod previnu dUrrhoaa. cholera' and other chick diuaui. .OaCMo botila makeaUraUonio(mUclna, At all drureiett, or by maU postpaid. Valuable poultry bock Ire. t limn Usui t4 liuMoi. n Bold by Bt. Bernard Mining Coj Incorporated 11, li NSJUIiJ m i , a To Tke Hrl i 11 11 AT II m a m m u i n CAVE By RIVER Party Lim: Earlington SEPT. 4tk t . By way of Evahsville and the Green River for the wonderful Mammoth Cave.' This trip will be made on the Steamer Evaris ville on her last trip. Staterooms secured at Evansville 1 are good for the round trip. Will reach the: Cave Monday morning for breakfast. ' The Hotel ait, the Cave has been. , greatly improved. A tennis court and ' moving picture show have been added, and the bill ol fare greatly improved. There is a great deal oi pleasure and com fort in a trip of this kind. You are not annoyed by smoke, dust or cinders. The officers of the Steamer Evansville are gentlemen who do everything possible for the pleasure and comfort of the party. The scenery on upper ( . Green River is grand and inspir ing. And last, but not least, the . A, J wonders of the Cave must beseen, . .(.''' ' . to be appreciated. T, The expense ol the entire trap from start to finish is only . $20:00. This includes every thing . neces sary. Those who wish to make this trip should have their names in this office by Sept. ist. Th Earlington Bee FK 1 I