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Bee PAUL M. MOORB. CDITOH AND PUDLIBHIFI J. I. PAWOITT XSSOCUTE EDITOR AND BUSINESS MANASIR Mtmbtrol Kentach Press Association and -Secene District Pallishers Leagae Advertising Rates Display Advertisements. staple Isstw 25o per inch Locals and Inside Pages, Headers 80 per Hue Resolutions and Cards of Thanks 60 per line Obituary Poetry 5c per line Blight rednotions on time contract ulsplay advertise ments. Also locals that run several months without ohango Entered at the Earllhrfton Post Offlco as Seoond Class Matter. Rranc OfRce in Ma&isonville, Kentucky, Mits Lucy Faweett, Manager, Ph'mNo.61 Itlephone 47 ' Friday, December 3, 1915. COLORED COLUMN (Miss Neva Waters, Editor) Miss Elnora Booker and Bennle Edmunds were married at' the home Jr the bride "Wednesday evening at B:30 o'olook. The ceremony was performed by Bev. B. A. Scott; only a-fow friends witnessed the oeremo. uy.- For the present Mr. and Mrs. Edmunds aro at the homo of the bride; UIsb-.F. G. Anderson, the State industrial Supervisor of Colored Schools, was In the, oltv Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. While here -ahe visaed the school ,aad spoke My th children after chapel ekerciSes Jmd th'toaherBjln their, jrie.etlng Traesdar afternoon, une aio aa Pressed -the congregation at fhp Bp ut unuron uunaay. miss anasr- aon wa tjie guest of IIss, Waters. "Miss Willie Mas Boblnson, who Is JtaaohlnR- iu liewisporf', Ky., spent isoveral days With Miss Pauline Gar ai. ''' . i 5 Misses, OphelIa XaddJ Willie Ty Her, Annlo Mae Vaughn and Messrs. SPolkand Adams, ot Hopklnsvllle, were visitors In tbe'clty last week. Hisses Beatrloe Cunningham and JXntk Latham, of St. Charles, spent jwveral days, with Mrs. HattleNuby nd Miss Ota Lee. ' 1 ilrs.iMary Brown, with1 Master lEvaretttand'lIttle Miss .Bessie Lou Jao, spent Thanksgiving with friends And relatives In HopklnsyiUe., Alesdames Amie Brown and Obar 3I0 Moore, of Pembroke, visited Mrs. aiinVCoffey last week. .Division No. 2 of the school will pive its cono'ert Friday night. This is eald to be the most entertaining vsutertalnmont of the season. All rho went to' the concert by Division 11 say7 lt; waff splendid; But this Is ito be tndoh better. Admission 10c. Prof, Posey, the principal of the aity school at Hopklnsvllle, spent .several hours in the city with Prof. IBell, who carried Jilm through our 'school building- and to the St. Ber- JEWELRY - OF - QUALITY HOW THIS MOTHER Got Strength To Do Her Work Fair Ilaven, Vt-"I was s6 nervous and run down that I could not do my housework for mv little f amllv of three. I had doctored for nearly two years with out help. One day I read about Vinol, and thanks to it, my health has been re stored so I am doing an my nousoworK once more. I am telling all my friends what Vinol has done lor me. airs, .Tames H. Eddy. Vinol is a delicious cod liver and iron tonic which creates a healthy appetite, aids digestion and makes pure blood. Oi. Bernard Mining Co., Incorpo rated. Drug Department, isariing ton, Ky. mg. Bond your child out, It will be uiiterlaliilux and instructive. Ootne out to 1 he dillrent ohuiohes and see what is going on. We are very glad to say that all of the ohurchn are growing. Without a rally or any very spec Inl effort the Baptist church (under the leadership of Bev. R. A. Bcnti) was successful 1 ti raising about $80 each Sunday in last month. Mr. King la plahnlng to show moving' pictures of Dr. Booker T. Washington's luneral at thi school house very soon. As the pictures are special, perhaps the admission will be a little more than 10 cents. But don't let anything keep you away. The exact date and admis sion will be announced later. BOSTON STORE BvamvHIt'i Favorite Tradlns Center BOSTON STORE Exceptional Values in Our Mjf Holiday1 Stock Wilf . Please : You L G. WILEY JEWELS Earlington - - Kentucky nard offices. Good programs are belnar rendered at the P. S( A. each Sunday after-; noon. Everybody is cordially invit ed to these meetings. On Saturday tne Willlne Workers Club will serve penny lunches at the Conservatory. They will serve al most anything you want to eat and any amount you want to buy. They will serve at the matinee Satnrdav afterhoonand the moving picture show Saturday night. New reels for Saturday night. Come out and see tne unique stunt the club Is uiv Ing. After the show Saturday af. ternoon Mlsa Waters is going to en tertain the children with story tell ' A RARE TREAT Rev. W. A. Grant, .thf popu lar pastor or the it Jb, unurcn, iputb, will deliver nn address at toe JUt. Zion iiaptist Uhurcl (colored) on Tuesday night, Deo, 7th. Students qt the Earlingtoiv Ooniorvatory of Music will siuk. A. cordial invitation is given to the white people of the citt. apd evert conrtesy will b ex tendfl to them. Srvi.-n begin at 7:80 promptly. Raleigh A. Scott, Pastor. ,hencvcr You Need a General Tonic Take Orove'a The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is equally valuable as a General Tonic because it contains the well knowd tonic properties of QUININB ana 1KUN. it acts otrwc I4ver, srlves out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds tip the Whole System. SO cents. COAT SUITS, $14.98 I I TRIMMED HATS Ladies' and Misses coat Suits ci , c 1 1,1 Prices Are Attractive in Their In serges, poplins, gaber lines and JllC S fl rOrtUnatC WO" Moderation broad cloths, braid or fur trim- . ,. , , . . . . me,.. beitd BtyiM. ,n M. tn. man Who Secures One D.dTT'TMmlne0 shades. 1 ro Han 111 nil the newest models. Bxtravalua . UJ.yO nf Thpcp ttvit XT UJO OR Y-.b'vi u. . lP,. such a th- hats. triuiiDPii artisllftally thuuttli LtidiM'anil MImbs1 Ooat Suits. n a attnpU and tifeetlve manner. sport goats, $6.98 rr:r 10.98 2.9s, 2.50. 1.98. 98c Ladles' and Mists' Sport Coats in oordurov or fancy cloihu. irood I INJTD1 A AVFH HATQ llnoof slzos; colors black, brown. Ull I tl.'W'llL IIH1J green mid innttled, T AO - , UiartuiiiiH.i Hum, black and Extra Bpoctnl U.yO ooir"t v-lvit, n arood assortment or inruH and medium h pes. j $8.60 and $1.08 CA VHlltf JUt SKIRTS, SPECL,$4.98 COAT SUITS: $12.50 CHRISTMAS SILK All wool Poplin Skirts In blauk'e, Coftt Su,tB ' the leadlnfr DAPK APF QAI F navy blue and Busslan ureen, olotb, Jackets are well lined and rMVIXrtVJl- JnLL made with belt. patoh pockets or 8klrts aro KOod 10 CA Hundreds of packaaes of high yosa.effect with fnll flare or wld,h' Bpeo' "k. J now. up-to-date nt.'.i.rf r...i' ' - j weaves ana colors In lengths from plaited style. A AO hftlf ft yBrd up t0 dtet patta Specially priced Hy InnRth. Silk Sale Price O AA , r- ri - ' ; Per Paokae, 25o to OiUl i , TOYBAND IS' OPEl IlSr OUR; BASEMENT There will be nolaok of toye this, year., as, praotlcatly everything we bought for drirfstniitV h arrived, 'and Is now on display pn our counters. ij.he shhwlnsr of me'chanloal and electrical toys is particularly large this year. Whee'lToys and Games form a promluent part of our display. . , ; uvi-iLiii DOLLS DOLLS t Thouianda of D61ts.alt knds, all slgss. dmsied or uodrasssd, walking, -talkinir. sUsplrisDotis. from th.(tlnr ones up tdllVa slss. THK BIGOB3T. BB3T iDTViSi rMOm LINK OF CLEAN NEW DOLLS IN" THE CITY. evansvillf;- FOWLER, DICK & WALKER The BEE Best Local Paper m ike County SHOP EARLY Don't Wait For Xmas Week 1 1 i For two reasonsFirst you get first choice Now of a complete stock. Sec ond reason.-You will avoid the Xmas week rush and at the same time get better service. Bargains in Coat Suits Coats and Skirts are now on and will continue until the last one is Sold. I want you business because I can save you money and at tne same time both of us are reaping a benefit from the same deal. COME AND LET US SHOW YOU. H. D. Cowand's Busy Store ssHsisssHL -.' 'W.MOMi-ftvi.X-X'K- 'J(W. .VK-. .'. ' SSM i i I HMS. II HI Hi i in "P. A." spells tobacco all over the world Men of all tastes take to Prince Albert pipe and cigarette1" tobacco like it just about answersa7 ques tions ! And it does ! Quicker you get on speaking terms with this national joy smoke the sooner you'll get a whole lot off your mind. Be cause, it just hands you more fun than you ever got out of a pipe or makin's cigarette before. The pat ented process fixes that and re moves the bite and parch. Fringe Htn'm thm htat xnmbt o?A "old time jimmypipvrm" club. JI'm m Rnm Jkenia of John B. Etch, XOi ynttm old, ot tfawtrt, N.J. Ha b bn a pip mmoktr for BOymt, Mr. Bach, who onjojm JJa mmokmo over? day, give! thtm id of a long Ufa: "Smoio alt you want, oat all you want, aloep all you want and don't worry I" Albert the national joy smoke take liberties with, firing away 24-hours Straight without a tongue-kick! You get the listen of that. P. A U told every where in toppy.rtd baga (handy for ciga rette, tmokirt), Set tidy red tins, lQct handsome pound and half-pound tin humidor and that daily crystal' glass pound humidor with thm sponge moistener top that keep P. A, bang up. Cut out lamenting for that old jimmy pipe stored away in the rafters ; stop fretting about how you'd like to roll 'em, but you dassn't. Men, you can layyour last cent that you'll be top-notch-tickled if you catch the spirit of this testimony and get some P. A. and go to it I Never did anything but make smokers jimmy pipe joy'us and pigarette makin's happy and that's just what's coming to you! Can you sit-tight and get that. P. A. aroma from somebody , else's friendly old pipe or rolled cigarette? Can you pass up pleasure that's due you, and coining to you quick as you jump that fence into the Prince Albert pasture? Come on out and be a regular fellow who's game to take a chance for what ails his smokeappetite, division! R.,J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.. Winston-Salem, N, C.