ilnnle iMDri 26o per incb
LocU n! Initde Pgei,
Reader 60 per line
Beiulntlons and Cards of
Thanks Bo per line
Obituary Poetry Bo per line
Blight redactions on time
contract ulsplay advertise
ments. Also locals that run
teveral months without change
PAUL M. MOORI.
KDITOfl AND PUBLISHIR
J. . FAWOBTT
M0CIATt IDITOR AND BUSINESS MAHAtlB
Get Ready Schoo
Kentucky Press Association
Second District Publishers League
Entered at the EarlluRton
Post Office as Second Class
S A. L E
Branch Office in Madisonville, Kentucky, Mitt Lucy Fawcett, Manager,
Phone No. 61
Tuesday, September 14, 1915
Mayor W. E. Rash.
Police Judge John M. Cansler.
Chief of Police J. H. Hamby.
NlRht Chief A. J. Bennett.
City Clerk Paul P. Price.
Treasurer Frank B. Arnold.
City Physician W. X. Nisbet.
City Engineer It. E. Whipfler.
Councilman Madison Oldham, M.
3ohan, F. D. Rash.D.M.Evans.Thos.
Blair, C.M.Henry. Meeting night
flrat Monday night in each month.
School TruBteos Paul M. Moore,
Tres.; ErneBt Newton. Secy.; W. E.
Daves, Treac ; E. L. Wise and A. O.
Board of Health Dr. W. K. Nls
bet, H. D. Cowand and E. M. Tra
hern. Postmaster Chas. E. Barnett.
Pike Department H. W. Rog
ers, Chief; F.'B. Arnold, Assistant
Chief; Chas. Barnett, Captain;
Claude Long, W. D. Cavaness, Bak
er .Fugate, Geo. T. Miller, "Will Rav
hnrn, Bryant Deal and G. Y. Tilford,
Weather Bureau Brick South
THE CHEERFUL CHERUB
Ive learned to roller
.state 1 6.t least
To leexn it Ive bedun
IF I could it end up
I tkrnk it would te
Catholic Choroh. First hih-
every Sunday and holy day at 6 3j
a.m. Second mass and preaclinif
B:16 a.' m followed by benedictior.
Jlev. J. P. McParland. Paste
Christian Churpii. Sunday
school at 0:80 a. m. Preaching everv
Lord's day at 10:45 a. m. and 7:45 r.
in. Prayer meeting every Wednes
day at 7:45 p. m.
TtEV.H. J. BrAzelton, Pastor.
JI. E. Cudroh. Regular services
third Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 :30 p.m.
Prayer meeting Thursday evening
at7:30. Sunday-school at 2:30 p.m.
Class meeting, second Sunday at
Rev. "W. B. Duncan, Pastor.
M. E. Church, Sooth. Rev. W.
A. Grant, pastor. Services on
every Sunday at 11 ft. m. and
7:4op. m. Sunday school at 0:30
a. m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday
evenings at 7:80 o'clock. Ladies'
:Ald Society every Mouday after
noon. Official Board meeting Mon
dav after first Sunday :u each,
Missionary Baptist Church
Services every Sunday at 11 a. in.
nd 7:45 p.m. Sunday school 0:45.
Prayer meeting every Wednesday
evening at 7:3?. Ladies Aid meets
everv Tuesday at 2:60 p. m.
Rev. Z. L. Conoway, Pastor.
Oknkmai. Baptist. Church.
Services fourth Sun Jay morning and
evening In each month and Satur
day evening preceding. Prayer
meeting Tuesday eveui-K Sunday
cchool 10 a. m.
Rev. L. L. Todd, Pastor.
Episcopal Church Services 2nd
and 4tn Sunday night at 7:45 at the
Library. Sunday School at 3 p.m.
Rev. Geo. O. Abbitt, Rector.
Masonic Lodge E, W. Turner,
No. 548 meets 1st. and 3rd. Friday
In each month.
Ellsworth Evans, Sec.
Victoria Lodge, No. 84, K. of P.
meets every Monday night. Visit
K.of R. and S.
! Hopkins Lodge. A. O. U. W. '
I 561 meets everv Thursday nluht.
Y. Q. Walker, Set
Golden Cross1 Lodge, Earlinjjou
1 No. 525 meets 1st, and 3rd, Saturn
pignt in eacn monin.
MBS. Bertha Umstead, Sec.
Degree of Honor, No. 10 meets let
and 3rd Saturday nights In eacl
mouth. Miss Lizzie Huff, Sec.
Ben Hur Lodge, Earllngto.
Court, No. 65, meets every 1st auu
8rd Monday night at old Masonic
Hall. Dr. C. B. Johnson, Scrlbn.
OWoodmen of the World, Cattu
Camp No, 301 uioeU every Wedutt.
day night. All members are ear
nestly requested to be there.
Bernard Walton. Clerk.
Monroe Davis, Deputy Clerk.
Modern Woodmen of the Wor'
No. 11902 meets every Wednesday
Y. Qi Walker, Sec
Elks. B. P. O. No. 73b meets r 1
Madisonville Monday night.
J. F. DEMpsey. Exalted Ruler.
Roy S. Wilbon, Secretary.
Earllngton Chapter, U. D. (,
meets 1st Thursday In each inout'
at 2:80 p. m.
Miss, flora Pearoe, Pres.
KnlghtB and Ladies of Security
will meet every second and fourth
Monday nights. Visiting members
invited to attend.
WiLu Carrioan, Clerk.
Visiting members are cordlallj
Invited to attend any of tuest
fha Quintns That Doss Not Affect Ths Heat
Because of ltt tonic and laxative effect, LAXA
TIVE BROMO QUININE l better than ordinary
Quinine and doea not ciuie nenrouaneaa nor
rineine in acta. Kememoer me iuii name ana
look for the lignatuxc of B. W. GROVE. 25c.
, HUQHEJS; QHIlv TONIC ,
Better than Calomel and Quinine. (CofalbifaS ho Arsenic)
Tbe Old RtliabU
EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC
As well as a remedy for Chills and Fevers, Malarial Fevers
JSwamp Fevers and Bilious Fevers. Just what you need at this
season. . -
JIILD LAXATIVE, NERVOUS SEDATIVE, SPLENDID TONIC
Try it. Don't talt any ubititute. At Drufgilt, 50c and $1.00 Bottlei. Prepared by
ROB1SON-PETIT COMPANY Incorporated
Of Writing Materials for Home and School
We Have cI7ie Following Supplies:
Inks Fountain Pens Papers Tablets Pencils
Writing Pens Theme Tablets Students' Note Books
Erasers Spelling Tablets Composition Books
Examination Tablets School Scissors
And in fact everything used in this line, the best in quality, and costs no more than
: inferior grades
OFFICE INKS Half Pints 25c
RAIN COAT AND HAT FREE
The boy and girl returning by Dec. 1st the largest number of Front Covers
from the Recall Store School Ser es and Tablets will receive absolutely free one of
these Rain Coats and Hats. Remember, these front coven come from the Rexall
- Store only -
Regular morning train septeaber 21
PROM EARLINGTON AND WAY STATIONS
Bound trip Ittilrrmrt Ftro $3.40 Binl at hotel including fhft tOutos
in the Oave for $5.50 An nll-expeie two lays outing W'r $8.00.
Write or plioun L. & N. Aift w for particular?.
I Art jSiRiigs I
Nofilcc! Poultry Rolsers
m m 4-11
fhnlera. feces. LimbcmccK. Roud. Canlier,
SS"ui2." o Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry
wa CoamM. J.rditown. Kr.. "J . 'On. Acp U Rew 4-1 M4 dropwjl down il Ul I ol a S'JMg
diien VSill- wena aad ictena Iha duck iuUuilr. Ilii tU bo I pre cotv I ! mo.
HfO. and CotranUtd by J. Bolt. Crume, Bardstown, Ky. Trice 50t at til Druggist.
St. Bernard Mining Co., Incorporated Grocery Department
They are beauties, all colors, woven
from heavy felt, 36 in. wide by 72 in. long.
Make a handsome and desirable Rug or
Table Cover. Are reversible and washa
ble. This Rug sells for $5.00 in the city
stores. You get them with the Bee and
Woman's World for '
Caii id See Them
You Will Like Tfc.em
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