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Tuesday AND- ANB f riday Afternoon Pridai Afiernoo TRADE WHERE YOU LIVE OR LIVE WHERE YOU TRADE TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR EARUNGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY. APRIL 7, 1916 No. 21 I' r NEW LEADER IN RIVER TRIP Miss Bradie of Nebo Comes to the Front With Sub stantial Gain MADISONVILLE GIRL SECOND Thoro waB considerable change in the Bee's Louisville Cincin nati River trip contestthis week. Miss Bradie Dame of Nebo is in the lead with Miss Maymo Wooton of Mndieonvillo second. Miss Blanch Leasure of Illsloy is third. Harold Oldham of this city fourth, Mr). 12 1 Hamcr fifth and Mona Faull of St. Oharles sixth There are several other contestants in sight and it is ex pected the vote next week will show some dpeided changes. A few days of bright pretty wealh or will make quite a great deal of difference iu soliciting for subscriptions and the vote will likely show a large increase next week, if the weather is good. EARLINGTON Hatrold Oldham 0 010 Mrs. Ed Hamer 5.930 Lillie Craig 8.400 John Fenwick 1.800 Rubv Ashbv 1.480 Gladys Walker 325 Annie Hodge 810 Virginia Oarnahan 300 May Lillian Fish 270 Mayme Nance 200 Hattie Polk Crenshaw.-. s.20O MaryJ-ou Ashby: . ...10Q ST. CHARLES ' Mona Faull... '. '..G'.idO Irene Hampton 700 Edna Blanks 300 Etta Collins 10(J MORTONS GAP Bertha Stanley 4.200 NORTONVILLE Katie Olark 4.500 MADISONVILLE Mayme Wooton .... 7.O0O Francis Elgin 2.60O Elizabeth Nisbet 2.500 NEBO Bradie Dame 7.000 Ruth Barron 750 ILSLEY Blanche -Leasure 0.700 Nina Williams 100 CALOMEL DYNAMITES A SLUGGISH LIVER Crashes Into Sour Bile, Mak ing You Sick and You Lose a Day's Work Calomel salivates 1 It's mercury, Calomel acts like dynamite on s sluggish liver. When calomel comes into contact with sour bile it crashes into it,, causing, cramping and nausea. If you feel bilious, headachy, constipated and all knocked out, just go to your druggist and get a'5Q cent bottle of Dodson s Liver TJone, which is a harm'ess vegetable sub stitute for dangerous calomel. Take a spoonful and if it doesn't start your liver and straighten you up better and quicker than nasty cal omel and without making yon sick, you just go back arid get your money. If you take calomel today,, you'l! be sick and nauseated tomorrow besides, it may salivate you, while if you take Dodson's Liver Tone you will wake up feeliug great, full of ambition and ready tor woric or play. It's harmless, pleasant and safe to give to children; they like it High School Notes Djr Our High School Correspondent! A new scholar entered school on Thursday morning, but on account of his youth no name has been given !iim. He seems to be a real smart chap, and learned to chew up pencils and tear leaves out of books so quick- ly that Prof. Dudley decided he should be expelled at once. "Poor ittle Purp." The fire escape is Hearing comple tion and even though the noise is intense, we can put up with it in the pleasant anticipation of the first drill. Bet that spiral will make more drunkards than Old Joe Perkins." The delegation from this place to Providence will start from here Sat urday evening April 22. There will be three delegates from this place. Miss Anna West, Pianist; Miss Sarah Crutchfield, vocal; and the delegate who will be chosenJTuesday night as speaker. Wednesday afternoon the school was honored by a visit by Stanley A. Harris and C. A. fevebaugh.both workers of the State Y. M, C. A.. Mr. Tevebaugh addressed the larger boys on the proposition of joining theY. M. O. A. at Madisonville. He made a very interesting talk, and offered a very attractive proposition; Any boy of this town desiring to be come a memuer or tne aiaaisonvuie Association rray do so for an annual ee of $2.00. We are all interested in the proposition and hope several nlembers from this -place may be initiated. After thts Mr. Harris made a very encouraging talk in the chapel room, to the girls as well as boys.. His subject was "Choosing a Life's Prfoession" and was very, interesting to everyone. He showed by statis tical figures that every day of High School would yield a recompense.' of $12 00 per day. What would you not do for $12.00 per day? Then stick to school and earn it. NOTICE Annual Stockholders' Meeting Earlington, Ky. Notice is hereby given that the Annual meeting of Stockholders of the St. Bernard Mining Co., Incor ported, will be held in the offices of the company at Earlington, Ky. at U o'clock Am., Wednesday the 12th day of April 1916, for the transac tion of such business as may regular ly come before it. Dan M. Evans, Sec. Earlington, Ky., Mar. 8, 1916. Asfimore-Yates Miss Katherlne Ashmore, a ohatra- Iqk young lady ot St. Charles, and a studont of the Western Kentucky State Normal school, and Mr, George Royoe Yates, a popular traveling man ot Louisville, were quietly married at the home ot Mr, and Mrs. H. 13. Olaypool, on Ceuter street Thursday morning at 0:80, the Rev. Dr. Gibson, pastor of the First Baptist church, ot this city ofUolat lug. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. jo an Asninore, a pop ular business tnou. The groom is a son ot Mr. J, 0. Yates, owner and president of the Buak Brand Over all faotory. Tne nriae lootcea onorimug in a blue traveling suit. 'Mr. and Mrs. Yates left Immediately after the oereniony for a trip South. They will return to Bowling-Green where they will make .their home. Bow ling Greeu Messenger. Lavo our neighbor? Of course. wo do. We even hope the raer chant who never advertises sue ceoda in squeezing through i crack luto heaven. Th Walrus. A walrus when six months of age wll at fifty P?8.0.! rresh fish la a THOSE THAT HAVE-GET v r'Mmmmr - ...... jm StATlCTAt GEO. KING & SON Will Send One Young Lady From Hopkins Co. on the Bee's Cincinnati X -River Trip Geo. King & Sons will send some popularyoung lady from HopkinsCo. with the Bee's contest party on the Louisville & Cincinnati River Trip leaving Earlington on the 19th" day ofJune. The conditions-: They will give one vote with each cent spent with them cash purchases or received on account during the contest, and the young lady holding the highest number of votes on June 15th will be entitled to this Free trip. A ballot box will be placed for your convenience in King & Sons store, where you may deposit your votes. Be sure and' ask for your votes, if you are not running help your friend who is. The names and standing of contestants will be' published in every Friday's Bee, and votes must be turned in each week and are not transferrable. Some one can win this trip with very little trouble. This is an open contest, if you wish to run hand your name in and you will receive 100 complimentary votes The following names have been re ceived to date: Gladys Walker 100 Sarah Crutchfield 100 Daphne McCord 10O Bertha Adams 100 Annie Hodge 100 Flora Lipscomb 100 Catherine Fen wick 100 Aileen Fox 100 Corinne Ashby 100 Laura E Brown 100 Florence Brown 100 Laura Parker 100 Sue Wade Davis v 100 Mildred Shaver .....100 Maymie Foster.,. 100 Ethel Oldham 100 Kathrine Blair..., v 100 ArvaRea .". 100 Gladys Whitford 100 Jane Foard 100 Anna West 100 Fannie Fugate 100 Dorothy Cqrbitt 100 Winnie Oavarfess , 100 Eleanor Dubuisson 100 Nell Blair '.......,100 Mabel Browning JI..100 IdaLeeSisk ,100 Agnes Lynn ..100 Margaret Dudley 100 Elizabeth liasti 100 Mary Lou Ashby 100 Hattie Polk Crenshaw. . ; 100 Lucy Draper 100 Mrs. Lowry Todd 100 Mrs, M. A. DeshoH 100 Mrs. Chas Barnett 190 77. CAXTdOft GftlVtC w.o.w, lodge ' HOLDS OPEN MEETING Quite a Large Number of Guests Invited and Some Interesting Talks Made The W. 0. W. Lodge of this city, held' open meeting Thursday night and in addition to the large number of members present there were a number of invited guests both from this city and out of town. Mr. Ed. L. Young, of Madisonville, made the principal address of the evening and outlined the principals and policy of this splendid order in glowing terms. He was followed by Rev. Hawkins of the Christian church, who made a few well chosen remarks and proved himself to be a first class extempor aneous speaker. Rev. Grant of the Southern Methodist Episcopal church was then called on and said a few words in his usual impressive style, covering what little ground the others had overlooked. Miss Cansler then recited in an able manner that splen did poem "The Moneyless Man," which called for vigerous applause. After a prayer by Rev. Lynn an ap petizinc four course luncheon was served and greatly enjoyed by all The Catalpah Oamp No. 301, is one of the strongest secret organizations in the city and its membership is made up of some of the best men in commnnity. This banquet was held in honor of the 26th nniveisary of the organization and was in every way a splendid success. The invited guests spoke as one man in express ing their hearty appreciation and en joyment of this enthusiastic gather ing of Woodmen and are only sorry that they do not have an anniversary every month instead of every year. Council Commander Ben E. Nixon and the other officers of the lodge certainly deserve credit for the un usual activity that is being displayed in this camp and should have tle hearty cooperation of all members. Fire. Escape Completed The fire escape for the Earlington School has been completed and has already been tested out by some of jhe younger boys of the town who seem to find an exquisit pleasure in the rapid decent from the top of the building. 'J hey are doubtless goinf on the idea that practice makes per feet and wish to be in readiness should they ever have occasion to use the escape. SOCIETY Mrs. Guy Ashby very delightfully enl.rtained her sewing club on Tues day afternoon. A delicious ice course was served late in the afternoon and the ladies dispersed to meet next week with Mrs. John Fish. Mrs. Oharles G. Trahern had her club on Tuesday evening. One new member, Mrs. L. V. Renfro, was elected to the club and will no doubt prove quite an addition to this al ready interesting group of ladies. Mrs. Kirby O'Bannon was the at tractive guest of the club. After the sewing was tucked away a tempting salad course was served. i a Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Sisk and daughter Miss Ida Lee Sisk, were hosts of a EOO party on Friday even ing. Seven tables of players enjoyed the games until a late hour, when brick cream and cake was served. Miss Flo Clements was the out-of- town guest. The C. W. B. M. of the Christian church met on Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. J. E. Evans as leader, juts. vy. j. uuriey read a very in teresting story called "When Mrs. Mason Talked out in Meetin'." Mrs F. D. Rash briefly'reviewed a chap ter of the book "Forty Years of Ser vice". Miss Mable Browning gave a sketch of the life of Miss Florence Miller, a missionary to Porto Rico, who was in Earlington a few winters ago. l lie leader gave an instiuctive talk on the Latin-Americans. Be cause of the inclement weather and sickness in "several families only sev enteen were present. Dr. and Mrs. A O. Sisk were hosts at a charming little Book party on Friday evening. A beautiful lunch consisting of a delicious salad and ice course, mints end salted pea nuts was served by Mrs. Sisk assisted by her maid. , Mr. and Mrs, C. G. Trahern whose hospitable home on South R. R. St. has been the scene of so many charm ing affairs this winter were hosts at a beautifully appointed dinner Sunday with the following guests: Messers and Mesdames A. R. O'Bannon, Kirby O'Bannod, Elgie Sisk and Os wald Kington, of Mortons Gap, Ky. Kirby Jr. and Billy Hayes enjoyed the day, although they were not al lowed the privilege of partaking of the many dainties sq temptingly near them. A committee composed of Mrs. D M. Evans, Mrs. F. B. Arnold, Mrs, J. R. Rash and Mrs. John L. Long from the LadieS Aid of the Christian Church are planning a musicale to be given at the Opera House on Friday evening, April 28th. A number of solos, readings, duets and instrumen tal numbers with perhaps a short oiwact high class comedy will no doubt draw an interested crowd of music lovers. M, E. Church, South Next Sunday Sunday School at 9:30 A. M. . Let every member ofthe Sunday School be present next Sunday if possible. Preaching by Pastor 11:00 A. M. Some very importantJannounce- ments will be made at the morning services. Epworth League at6:45 P. M. Evening worship at 17:30 P. M. Preaching by thejpastor. Dr. Frank M. Thomas will preach the Dedicatory sermon April 80. The public is cordially Invited to all services. Occasionally, however, a of truth filters through Mox. word from NEW CONTEST STARTED The Watts' Grocerv Stnrr- Will Send a Lady on the BEE'S CINCINNATI RIVER TRIP The Watt's Grocery Store of this city has decided to send a lady from Hopkins County with the Bee's par tyand will give 100 votes for every dollar or one vote for each cent you pend with the firm from this date until the contest closes on June 15th, Here is a splendid opportunity for some one to win this great trip with a little extra trouble and at the same time get good fresh groceries at no advance in price. The plan is thiss when you buy anything from the Watt's Grocery ask for your votes, and if you are not in the contest give them to some friend who is. There will be a box placed conveniently in in the store and the votes may be dropped in this box' or held until a later date. The names of contestants and their standing will be published1 in every Friday's paper until the close of the contest and the party holding the highest number of votes wins this splendid trip free. The contest is open to any lady in Hopkins County and your name will be entered on presentation either in person or 'by letter. Each contestant will be giv en 100 complimentary votes to start with. The following names have been handed in: Nell Cothran 100 Lucy Draper ...100 Liliie Qraig -..100 May Lillian Fish . .v . . . .' 100 Mayme Nance . 100 Curtis Hawkins 100 Ethel Oldham 10(7 Lora Belle Martin 100 Ada Draper 100 Thelma Browder. . .'. 106 Emma "Vinson 100 Aileen Fox.. .. 100 Laura Parker 100 NORTONVILLE JOTTINGS Mrs. W. L. Moore and Mrs J. R. Howell were in Madisonville on Tuesday shopping". Miss Ruth Lacy was in St. Charles Sunday. . Mrs. Louise Haggley has returned!! to Des Moines. Iowa. A. B. Lacy was in Crofton Thurs day. The Rev. Price E. Gatlin will commence a revival at the Methodist church here April 17. Everyone cordially inyited. Mrs. Rex Price has returned to ler home at Provigence after visit ing her mother Mrs. Tribble. Mrs. James Harrison and Mrs. L. S. Jackson were in Madisonville Tuesday. Mrs. James T. Munds Jeave? this afternoon for Birmingham, Ala,, to spend Easter with her parents Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Lanier, Sr. T. J. Edmonds and S. S. Lanierf Sr., of Birmingham has been in our city on business. NOTICE Annual Stockholders Meeting Earlington, Ky. Notice is hereby given that ther Annual meeting of Stockholders of the Victoria Coal Co., Incorporated, will be held in the general offices of the Company at Earlington, Ky,, at 0:30 Am., Wednesdey the 10th day of April 1916, for the transaction of surh business as may regularly comei before it. W. E. Rash, Sec. Earlington, Ky., Mar, 8, 1916. lima'