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CDITOR AND PUBLISHER I. . PAWOBTT UIOCUTI I0II0R AND BUSINESS MAMIIR SUmbtTOl Kentucky Press Association and itconc District Publishers League iroacR Office in Maditoatiltt, Kentucky, Mits Lucy Fawcelt, hlanastt, Pint .Vs. it Telephone 47 ANNOUNCEMENTS y For Congress Hon. "William T. Fowler Wo are nnthorlzpd to announce Hon. William T. Fowler, of Chris tian uountv, as republican canal, data for CongrcaB from the Second Congressional District, subject to the action of the voters In tlie prl xnarv election to be held Saturday, Angust 5, 1910. SPLENDID SUMMER OFFER Including Sixteen Beautiful Portraits of Motion Picture Stars JIERE IS YOUR CHANCE TO GET The Semi-Weekly Bee 1 year $1.00 Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 1 year 75 cents. Household Journal (Monthly) 1 year 25 cents. "Woman's World (Monthly) 1 year 35 cents. Up-to-Date Farming (Semi Mo.) 1 year 50 cents. All five publications each one year ?md the Sixteen Motion Picture Stars only $1,50. Good bargains come and go this as one of the best this season. We tlo not know how long it will last, lut the Opportunity is Given You Today so it is best to subscribe or re- Tiew your subscription for the -Bee sand permit us to order the others for -you. The Cincinnati Enquirer is well inown throughout this locality; Household Journal is a bright little magazine devoted to home and flow acrs; Up-to-Date Farming is a Semi monthly farm magazine with a mis sion. If you are interested in mark et reports, and how to market your crops you need this journal. Wo man's World is known everywhere Sis one of the best woman's maga zines published. The Movie Pictures If you are a lover of the silent ulrama you will hail with delight the opportunity of securing portraits of ihe sixteen most famous moving pic ture actresses in America. Kemem Ixt these magnificent pictuies are not ordinary photographs, but genuine "Rotogravure Art Subjects; 8xll in in size, handsome enough to be fram ed and adorn the walls of the most .artistic home. Take advantage today and also dp 11s the favor of letting your friends Jcnow of this offer. Call or mail all orders to The Earl ngton Bee, Earlington, Ky. TM or Ohio, citv or Toledo, I Lucs County. ( I'tank , Cheney make oalb that be It wclor Tarlrrr of lue firm ot P. J. Cbenejr & Co., delnt Jjutiu In tbe Cllf of Toledo, County and State aforr id, and that eald firm will pay the Him ol 'ONE 'UNDREDDOLLARS foreach and every case ( Catarrh that cannot be cured by tbe uie MU' 1 Catarrh Cure I'raiik J. CHtNtr. Swo 11 to before me and tubecrlbed in my pres 1n:t, t jii (th day ot December, A. D. 1M6. A. W. Gkison, s"t' Notaiy Public. Haifa Catarrh Cure la taken Internally, and mels through tbe blood on tbe mucous surface ( tie system, genii for testimonials free. P. J, CHSMcr U Co., Toledo, O, Sold by all Druggists, 73c, Taao Hall's Family Pills for constipation. , Poor Daddyl ' "When a mother begins to tell her (children bow smart tbelr father Is, jther look at her as reproachfully as ft they thought sho was losing her fcalnd. ' A lazy Hirer leads 10 chronic dyspepsia and ooentijAtiob wsakeus the whole system. Doaa's Katcvleta (15c per bos) act mildly oa the lifer and At all drug stores. Advertising Rates Display Advertisements, 1 single Issua 26o per mot Locals and Inside Pages, Headers 8o per line Resolutions and Cards of Thanks Bo per line Obitnary Poetry 60 per line Slight redactions on time contract ulsplay advortlse ments. Also locals that run several months without change Entered at tho Earlington Post OHlce as Second Class Matter. Tuesday, August 8, 1916 THE GOOD PEOPLE OF MAOISONVILLE (Continued from Page 1.) Paul Rice John L. Grayot Hoy S. Wilson J. D, McPherson, Jr. V. Y. Moore Ashley JJolloman Sam Langley Major Harris J. H. Shanks Geo. Kirkwood J. C. Coffman Dr. R, F. Robinson J. W. Powell Frank Coil Ruby Laffoon J. A. Johnson L. R. Fox O. W. Lindsay Clarence E. Buxton Rev. J. A. Francis J. W. Robinson. The Strong Withstand the Heat ol Summer Better Than the Weak Old people who are feeble, and younger people who are weak, will be strengthened and enabled to go through the depress ing heat of summer by talcing regularly Grove's Tasteless ChillTonic. It purifies and enriches the blood and builds up the whole system. 50c. j&RVratn.. L. & N. TIME CARD. Time of departure of traiua pass inp through Earlington. RlTectlvo Sunday, April 9, 191G, NORTH BOUND. N -. 92 6.26 a. m. 52 11.13 a. m, N 11 8.16 p. m. No. M 11.30 p. m. No. t 7.40 a. m. No. (04 arrive 7 35 a. m. No. 106 11.60 a.m. ao. 108 1.43 p. m. No. 110 4.39 p. m. SOUTH BOUND. No. 63 4.35 a. m, NO 7vr Mlf 02S -a- I No. 61 4.25 p. m No. 93 10.62 p. m. No. 103 0 61 a. m. No. 107 12.27 a. m. No. 109 3.22 p. m. Nc. 106 12:27 p. m. No, 104, litfaiid 107 dally ex cept Sunday. No. 105 Sunday only. I. C. R. R. TIME CARD, Time of departure of Illinois Gen trill trains from Nortonvllle, Ky. Effective Sunday, Feb. 20, 1910. NORTH IJOUND. No. 102 1.16 p. m. No 104 3.25 a. m. No. 122. local pass.U. 52 a. m. No. 130. local 6.16 p. m. SOUTH BOUND. No. 101 4.08 p.m. No. 103 1.60 a. m. No. 121, local pass. 12.60 p.m. No, 186 -local Daaa 6.65 a. in. L H.&ST. L. TIME CARD HENDERSON ROUTE Trains from and to Henderson. KAST ROUND No. 140, Louisville Limited 3:10 s. in. No. 142, Louisville Express 7:01 a.m. No. 144, Louisville Fast Mall 2:52 p. m. No, 148, OwenBboro Accom modation 9:26a. id. No. 160, Cloverport Accom modation 5:35a. m. WEST BOUND No. 145, Louisville Limited 1:48 a. m, No. 141, Louisville Falat Mall 12:58 p. m. No. 143, Louisville Express 0:15 p.m. No. 147, Cloverport Accom- modatton 0:00 a.'m. No. 149, Ovensboro Acoom- modatlon ;. 5:16p. m. E. M. Wouaok, G. P. A. L. W, R00BBB, T. A. MYSTERIOUS FIRES PUZZLE Navy Yard Officials Investi gating Blaze on Two New Battleships at Bro'klyn N' v YH:. Ant.'. Officios Ht tlio U'lH:' . ' nitvy ynrds mltnit ted tl.H ll"' Ai-i iizz:e over two set win f rv- on two big bat tleship at 'he vurrf. A b szj on tho ue.v dreai-iauc .t. Ol:!..hon n was p it out al't-r h naol f:;'ii 01 Fri.l.M ui-l.. T .i null ' f Hut 1I10 ii.('.i:?nip jvu" w sbltz ,nd tlif fif" h ' fr-m t't M 1 1 1 nc IJirrnck, ih mvv yar I an I the Ok u .."nit T 1 oitu 0 o the fires h s n he 11 iImc iVptp I i'i I 'tftcuU r 110- Ml knit mi I 'IV. ?Mi!rttll) . GEM IRONING SHOE FREE With Every Yearly Subscrip tion to The Earling ton Bee While they last we will give everv subscriber new or old who pays Sl.00 Gem Ironing Shoe free These shoes make ironinsj easy. Fits any iron Nickle plated, heats instantly, made of best rolled steel plate very thin. No dirty streaks, no scorched clothes and never rusts, saves time, labor and buying new irons. See them at the Bee office. Remember you get this Gem Ironing Shoe by paying your subscription. St. Charles Happenings St. Oharlef, Kv., An . 7 Mrs Katherine Ashtnore Yates is v.e itiue relatives and friends in Boal'ng Qrocn. (Ju D:ck Silmou, of lldey, was here Thursday on business. W. K. Cojl, D. W. Umstend an 1 N. W.Umstead, of E rlin- ton, were hero Tnursday. Mrr. Jesse Phillip3 and little daughter, E'izibeth.ppfiut Tnurf day in Earlington with friendc. Misses Lydia Oolburu and E d ka Oranor are guests of Mrp. Lu- clan McKuight in the Buffalo country this week. Dr. B. O. McEuen viMted friends in Dawson Thursday. Purter'Budson, who is teaoh ng sciiool at ujou nope, was here Friday. W. (3. Wright, of Oarbnndl , was in to u Thurs'laj 011 bu-i-ness. Ohy Woodruff mule a tu : ncss trip to E trliugton Thursday. Mrs. Bin Piaiu and diuahtpr of Midisonville, and Mrs. II. D. Ciwaud, of Eirlington, were tl e guests of their mother, Mrs. W K. Riymer, last week On Thursday, Aip. 10th, there will be a general cleaning up of the Christian Privilege Cemetery. All persons interested iu thir cemetery are requested to come out and help in this work. Bring a well filled basket. Miss Verna Q. Uoway, who ha? been assisting iu the Covvaud Store at Eiilington, is at home again. Mrp, Albert Thompson and lit. tlo dnuahtetf, of L'ttle Oyprosp, visited friends hero Thursday and Friday. Herbert Averitt and Miss Ruby Phelps, of Coiltown, visited Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Phelps Wedue3 day. Mrs. Sydney Laflfjon, who has been quite ill of typhoid fever, is rapidly improving. Urey Kirk woo J. of Memphis, is hero attending the bedside of his wife, who is ill with fever. Mrp. W. G. Wright, of Oar- bondale, visited friends here Fri day night. Messrs. Strader and Faull at tended Masonio Lodge at Earling. ton Friday nih. Carter In New York Sods "IN A FIGHTING MOODI" ' f i P O,?- THE NATION IS SHOCKING LY UNPREPARED. It Is nppnrcut tlint we nro shockingly unprepared. Tlicro Is no room for controversy on this point since tbe object lesson on tbe Mexican border. All our available regular troops (less, I believe, than 40,000) are tbere or In Mexico, nnd ns tbese bare been deemed Insu (liclcnt tbe en tiro national guard bas been or dered out Thnt Is, vre nro sum moning practically nil our mov able military forces In order to prevent bandit Incursions. In view of tbe warnings of tbe past tbreo years, It Is Inexcusable that we should And ourselves In tbls plight For our faithful guardsmen, who with a line pa triotism responded to tbls call nnd nre bearing this burden, I havo nothing but pralso. Rut I think It little short of nbsurd that we should bo compelled to call men from their shops, their factories, their ofllces and their professions for such a purpose. This, however. Is not all. Tho units of tho national guard were at peace strength, which was only about one-half tho required strength. It was necessary to bring In recruits, for tho most part raw nnd untrained. Only a small pcrccntago of the regiments recruited up to war strength will havo bad even n year's training In the national guard, which at tbo maximum means a hun dred hours of military drill, and, on tbo average, means much less. Men fresh from their peaceful employments and physically un prepared bavo been hurried to tbo border for actual service. They were without proper equip ment, without necessary sn pllcs; suitable conditions of trans portation were not provided. Men with dependent families were sent, nnd conditions which should have been well known were dis covered after tho event. And yet tho exigency, comparatively speaking, was not a very grave one. It Involved nothing that could not readily have been fore seen during the past three years of disturbance nnd required only a modest talent for organisation. That this administration wlillo pursuing Its course In Mexico should havo permitted such con ditions to exist is almost In credible. From Mr. Hughes' Speech of Acceptance. THIN08 TO TRUE INWARDNESS OF THE VERA CRUZ INCIDENT. In tho spring of 1014, occur red tbe capture of Vera Cruz. Men from ono of our ships had been arrested at Tamplco and had been discharged with an apology. Hut our admiral de manded a salute, which was re fused. Thereupon tbo president went to congress, asking au thority to uso tbo armed forces of tho United States. Without waiting for tbo passage of tho resolution, Vera Cruz was seiz ed. It appeared that a shipload of ammunition for Hucrta was about to enter that port Thcro was a natural opposition to this invasion and a bnttlo occurred In which nineteen Americans and over a hundred Mexicans wcro killed. This, of course, was war. Our dead soldiers wcro praised for dying llko heroes In n war of service. Later, wo retired from Vera Cruz, giving up this noblo warfare- 'Vt'o had not obtained tho saluto which was demanded. Wo had not obtained reparation for affronts. Tho ship with am munition which could not land at Vera Cruz had soon landed at nnotber port, nnd Its cargo was delivered to Ilucrta without In terference. Itoccntly tho nnked truth was admitted by n cabinet officer. Wo nro now Informed that "wo did not go to Vera Cruz to forco Hucrta to salute tho flag." Wo arc told that wo went thcro "to show Mexico that wo wero In earnest In our demand that Ilucrta must go." That Is, wo seized Vera Cruz to depose Hucrta. Tho question of tho saluto was n mere pretext From Mr. nughes' Speech of Acceptance. o O WANT8 AN EFFECTIVE SYS TEM OF RURAL CREDITS. Wo propone to promote by every practicable moans our ag ricultural Interests, and wc in clude In this program an effective system of rural credits. We favor '.he wlm conservation of our natural resources. We de sire not only that they shall bo safeguarded, but that they shall be adequately developed nnd used to tho utmost public advan tage. Mr. Hughes' Speech of Ac ceptance. -Carter la New York Evening 8a& FORQET. -ryjSHTj , WMCxNfcWAlTlnA J) , ' ' HUSBAND SAVED i HIS WIFE Stopped Most Terrible Suf fering by Getting Her Lydia E. Pinkham's Vcgeta- fi bio Compound. Dcnlson, Texas. "After my llttlo girl was born two years ago I began suf fering with femalo trouble and could hardly do my work. I was very nervous but Just kept drag ging on until last summer when I got where I could not do my work. I would have a chill every day and hot flashes and dizzy spells and my head would al most burst I got whoro I was almost n walking skeleton and life was a burden to me until one day my husband's step sister told my husband if he did not do something for me I would not last long; nnd toldhim togetyour medicine. Soho got Lydia E. Pinkhnm's Vegetable Com pound for me, nnd nf ter taking tho first threo dosea I began to Improve. I con tinued its use, nnd I havo never had any femalo troublo since. I feel that I owe my life to you nnd your remedies. They did for mo what doctors could not do nnd I will always prolso it wherever I go," Mrs. G. O. Lowery, 410 W.Mon terey Street, Dcnlson, Texas.- f If you nro suffering from any forrnof female ills, get a bottle of Lydia E Finkham's Vegetable Compound, end commence the treatment without delay.1 Not Swift Enough. First Father "I hear your son is pursuing his studies In tho univer sity." Second Father "Yes, but I think he's losing ground." Siren. , When You Have a Cold Give It attention, avoid oxnoiure, be regular and careful tit 5 our diet, also commence taking Dr. King's New Discovery. It contains Pins- Tar, Antlseiitio Oils and Balsams. Is slightly laxative. Dr. Kluz's New Discovery eases your ccugb, soothes vonr throat and bronchia! tubes. checks your cold, starts to clear your head. In a short time you know your cold is better. It's the stan dard family sousli svrun In uao over 40 years. Get n bottle at once. Keep It In the house as n cold Insurance. Sold at your UrugKUt. Of Some Use. "Gentlemen," romarked tho pro fessor, "tho general function ot tho heads of sovcral learned members of this class Is to keep their neckties from slipping off." ilicncver You Need a General Tonic Take Orove's The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is equally valuable as a General Tonic because It contains the well known tonic propcrtlesof QUININE and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up the Whole System. SO cents. DIPPY DUK 703 -FREUND-WAGENER WHIONtL CABTOON atHvicr. COUP V, ee-Bo-rl 115 west! lis i Gneyvrl j . .! An. n' im . ' 1 rvi vmr. rtete ) .ffiL ..T-r"T TiStT . v"f-s,all,.'' 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