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PAUL M MOORE.
EDITOR AND PUBLISHER J. B. FAWCETT ASSOCIATE eatTOR AND BUSINESS IUNA0ER Member et KeMtch Press Assertion and Scttnt District Publishers Letgse Iwncft ')!& MaiiunrilU, Kentucfy, Mist Lucy Faacttl, Manager, Phont H. 71-2 Rugs jtJepk9ne47 ANNOUNCEMENT Wo are authorized to announce Judge j. W. Heneon as a candi date for Ooneress from the Sec ond district, subject to t)ie ac tion of the democratic' party. . MOTHER! IS CHILD'S STOMACH SOUR, SICK? If Tongue i$ Cozttd or tf Cro$5, Fevtmh, Constipated Give "California Syrup of fig" Don't ecold your fretful, peev- mil CI111U. ocu it. luuguc ia uui- ed; this is a sure sign its' little stomach, liver and bowels are clogged with sour waste. When listless, pale, fererish, foil of cold, bad breath, throat eore, doesn't eat, eleep or act naturally, has stomach-ache, in digestion, diarrhoea, eive a tea spoonful of "California Syrup of Figs," and in a few hours all the foal waste, tho sour bile and fer menting food passes out of the bowels and you have a well and playful child again.- Childrtn love this harmless "fruit laxa tive," and mothers can rest easy after giving it, because it never fails to make their little "in aides" clean and sweet. Keep, it baudy. Bother! A little, given today en cos. a tick child'tornorrow, but get the gen uine. Ack your drugcist for a CO cent bottle o f "California Syrup of Firs," which has di rections for babies, children of all ages and grown-ups plainly on the bottle. Remember there are counterfeits sold here, so Have you made up your If you will rr" .... . -i - - .. - - 'T GREAT PROFIT SHARING SALE that this Sale is, ABSOLUTELY A MONEY SAVING PROPOSITION. Elintonn Advertising Rates Dlspln- Mv?rtlaements, Bini - 15o per inch Local- 1 mule Pages, Re - lOo per lino RefluW and Cards of Tim.. .. 5c per lino Obituary try 5c pr Top Sllht reductions on tune contract display, advprtl ments. AImi locals that run several months without change Entered at tho Earllueton Post Ofllce as Secoud Class Matter. Tuesday, January 20, 1914 Claude Morton UNDERTAKER 29 S. MalnjSt. MadisonvIlleTKy" surely look and see that yours is made by the "California Fie Syrup Company" Hand back with contempt any other fie eyr To Enforce Uie of Steel Can Washington, Jau., 19. Legis lation to enforce the use of steel passenger cars has been taken up by the House Commerce Com mittee. Representative Esch's bill, to replace all woodeu cars-by. steel ones within four years was op posed by George A. Post, Presi dent of of the Railway Business Asociation. He recommended that the Interstate Commerce Commission be empowered to determine the time and the char acter of the new cars. Mr. Post declared tbe cost of replacing tho wooden cars now in operation, with tel cars would aggregate $292,000,000 If the transformation wen attempted withiu four years," said he. "it would rapan an ex penditure bv the railroads1 of abous $98,175000 a year; if done in ten years, it would be about $39,170,000. "Would it not be a peculiar situation for one branch of the Government to say, 'Thou shalt spend.' while tho Interstate Com merce Commission, in its rate decisions, says, 'Thou shalt not earn?" Is now in full swing. Big been to see the merchandise weipffer in comparison with the price, rrlind that all sales are alike and that there is nothing to be made for only come in to our .Store and take a little time we will certainly Sale Closes Saturday January 31st, 1914 BARNES. C0WANT& COMPANY Sprains, Bruises Stiff Muscles are quickly relieved by Sloan'i imminent, iiy r on no rub bing. Try IL Ankls Sprain tjnd DUWatetl lilts. Isprnlned rnr ni k'.a aiiililMocntetl my hip by falUn hI of n tlilnl story window. Went on crutches for four montli. Then I M.irtcil In me your .ininicni, aecoruiKC in Hireeilons". I must any It Is ticlplnvmc uondei fully. U' IB I M n n t-A , ... i t ..... . . CtrtnM'd ff tnl. 1 merit any wore, "tiuj. uinwn, Lii I SLOAN'S LINIMENT Kills Pain SalaadldfcrSaralaa. I fell and apratntd ray ana a week no ana tu in tcrnwe pain. I coma not nte my hand or nrra until I nDOlted your Liniment. I ahall .nerer be 'with-1 onii a bottle organ's. Liniment.--ra, a. ut xpnngtr, tAMbtt n. J. Fina for SUIfnn. "Sloan'a Liniment haa don mora kuou man any miiuc i nTe CTer inea foraUff joints. 1 ct my hand hurt to badly that I had U atop 'work rlcht la the busiest time of the year. I thoutot at fin t that 1 would hare to litre mr hand taken IT. but 1 pot a bottle of Nonn j Liniment and cared toy hand." mji m Mmr, ixoms, 11a. At all Dealer. 25c. CO. Mai $1.00 Send for Sloan' rrec, instructive book on horses. catUe, hoc ami poultt', Address Df.EAUS.SlONi,k. Madisonvilk Notes Misses Margaret McPhereon and Lacy Fawcet were in Earlington Friday in the Intorost f tha Tango Minstrel. Neal Spillman, of Howell, was in town Sunday. Ross Ruggs, of Providence was in town Sunday afternoon. Bill Dyer, of Morganfleld was in tho citv vl Biting friends Monday. Clarence Glvons editor of the Dix-, pa. Journal waa In the city Sunday visltlng'tlio niothr. Romtanl jfohoBon spent Sunday nt hie home iti Uorgaufleld, UlBB' Geneva HuUaker, of Earl inpeton. waa in the city Saturday afternoon-Miss Elizabeth Loner, of EarllnR ton, waa In the city Saturday after boon. Mrs. W. K Nesblt, of EarlihKton. was In town Saturday afternoon. Throngs of ailxipus buyers afe taking advantage of the" Reduction In Prices Incorpbrated EIGHT THOUSAND UNACCOUNTED FOR In Japan Only 9,000 of SakurVs 17,000 Population Still Remains FAMINE ADDING TO HORROR Tokin, Jan. 17. That the loss of life on Siikura Island, devas tated by the volcnuoSikurn Jimn, ma be larirer than supjtoped is indicated in a report received to day from the government official at lvugoshiniu. Official reports only give nine thousand out of Sakura'r estima ted seventeen thousand popula tion as having been accountod for up to last night, Jan. 15, , Other refugees are expected to be found, but the loss of life is extremely heavy. There have been many deaths from famino in the North. Two Mor Eruptions Kagoshima, Japan, Jan. 17. Two further violent eruptions of the volcano Saluira Jim a, with se vere earthquakes, occured last night. !ilany buildings collapsed and the iuhaditants fled from tho city iu terror. Flyiug ashes obscured the sun ; the sea in the Gulf of Eagsshimo seemed boiling, aud floating pum ice stone prevented navigation. Lava flowed steadily down the volcano's side to tho sea. It is impossible to cive an ap proximate estimate of the loss of life iu the recent disasters. Raari Prltntf. Ttar to ob friend wfee wUl arras WI yea wbll ro h&va hands to mors s4 a brain to plan. la yovr drenriett hears sb will b your wt rafuge, aad la tlmss f prosperity aba win Card yos from "tks prida which IMtfe bfor a falL" She will bring ye Ioas Blfhta of restful aleej. at tha ibC will abaerb yoa mora aad mam Her .aau la Work, and neither Che hlzhut nor tha lowest eaa be bnstVT tar Iaas wlthast W, Bacheter'a Hi. Con.i. . A. wealthy gentleman, who vus a country seat, on oue occasion nearly m a a a a a tl t . use Dos moiner-in-iaw, wbok.. uw river which ows throafh his estat. Ha aaaoaaced the narrow escape a kto friends, .expectlar their coatratu-1 aUobs. Oie of them-aH old bacheUr 'jfwroto as follows: "I always ti m that nvar waa too aaauow." ' frOVERBS OF A YOUNG LAYMAN (WilliMm J. Burltcher) Praying in timp ip divine If you love Go.l, your ljeigh; bnr will ktiow' it ly the way you treat' him. , ' Some mdu h.dt their iguor mice until Ihay begin to -talk and some can't even hide theirs tliiit lone. The tliriftinesa of the father often to naught thru the spend thriftiuess of the sou. By some uieu the Bible is read nt the rate of a "chapter a month and lived t the rate of about one vereen year. Go to church oi Sundays if you want to hear the preachor put in a gdod word for ou-for that is just what ho 'is doing whilo you arc listening to his uernion. A blind man cannot tell what timo it is by listening to tho ticking of a watch ucithor can yon toll what some men. really arc by listening to what they say. A deaf man cannot tell what time it is by watching the move ments of the performer at the piauo neither can yon telj what some men really are by watching their conduct in tho open. There are six-thousand-threc- huodred promises in the Bible RIM-DOWN WOMEN Find Health in a Simple TontcC How many women, do you kaow who are perfectly well, strong; and healthy as a woman should be? They may not.be sick eaougb, to Ho la bed but they are run-down, thin, nerv ous, tired and devitalized. Women are bo active nowadays. and bo much is expected of them. that they constantly overdo and suf fer from headache, backache, nervous ness and kindred ills. Such women need Vinol, our deli cious cod liver aad Iron tonic with out oil which will create an appetite. pure blood aad create strength. - Mrs. Walter Price, Blloxl, Miss., sys: "I waa la a run-down coadlUoa' for mouths, I bad take several, jsedl clnes but they seemed, to do saa bo good. Finally Vlaol was recommead ed, aad fro the Qrst bottle I begaa' to improve uatil I am strong and well as ever." Try a bottle! fcf Vlaol with the ua- aerstanaing tlult your money-will t r!f' ,f tTwJJriI ' ,T " , , ; r , , T-8- b,k" W Saxo Salvo. W$ suaraatee it 1st. Bernard Mlnta C., iRcerporfttcd, , , r , , . . Oxut DeArfantnt Special Aieati L. 4l N. TIME CARD. Timo lit arrival of trains pacing through and departure nt trains nrlfrinatliKf nt Earltngtoti. Elective SumlBy, Jan. 10, 1914. Nowm 1IOUN1). No. No. No. No. ' No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. tti ,. 0.S6 a. m. o'J 11.13 a, ttt 94 8.05 p. m, A I , ,.,U.U7 p.m. 41 .'1.55 p. tn. V0 6 40 p. in. yonvjt MUN1. o,S ... 4.R5 a. in. 90. 742 a. til. 61....... i 1.20 p.m. Kl 10.55 p. in. 5)1... 8.48 n. m. 4G .' 11.95 a. in. No. 41 and 45 Sunday only. No. 45 dues not run tiouth of Earlington. , INTER UJRjB AN TRAINS. NOliTJI BOUND. No 106 l.iii a. m. No. 108 2.00 p. m. No. 110.. 5.06 p. m. SOUTH HOUND. No 103.... . 7.0C. m. No. 107..." ,,..12.50 p. m. No. 100 8.10 p. ru. . No. Ill 6.10 pm. No. Ill docs not rnn South of Earllnitton. M.'H. & E. TIME CARD. M. H.. & E. timo card went Into oOoot annday, Jan. 10,1914. No. 113 leaver) o'Ab a. in. No. 118 arrives. ...8:30 p. m. Uii and 118 daily except Sundar. I. C.R. R- TIME CARD Tune of doparture of Illinois Cen tral trains from Nortonvllle, Kv. NORTH BOUND. No. 102 1.38 p. m. No 104 8.80 a. m. No. 15TJ, looal pass.10.45 a. m. , No. ISO, local 690 p. m. south nouND No. 101... j 4.08 p.m. No. 108 2.08 a, m. No. 121, local pasB. 1.33 p.m. No IRK tonal nana K.rtf a. m a thousand for every day in the week, with a few hundred left over for Snudny. The church is a terminal, sta tion for trains of religious thought. Blshoa Not QuallflesT. Oommeats by the bishop of Loaeloa TDr. IagTam) on the faltUj birth-rat vara nnatoA hv eatinael in a casa la the Clerkeawell county ceart wha Judge Claer remarked: "What has Ua bishop to do with ltr He is not mar ried. Exsjnale is batter thaa yrt Man Wh la RulaesT. Tks aaaa who permits h"melf V b rulasd by prosperity wald hare been rsiaei by to If yresMrity had aai comu us -fast, or have you you. convince you Kentucky