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PAUL M. MOORS.
EDITOR AND PUBLISHER J. e. PAWOETT VSSOCIATE EDITOR AND BUSINESS MANAOER Member at s Kentucky Press Association and Secant District Publishers League BrcitcA Office in Maiisontille, Kentucky, Miss Lacy Faucett, Manager, Phent No. 71-2 Rings Telephone 47 President Supports Railroads in "Glad to Call Attention of the That Railroad ureait $e sustained. "Washington. Piosldent Wilson sent a letter to Frank Trumbell, chairman of the Ohosapeak & Ohio and Missouri. Kansas & Texas rail ways, as spokesman for the railroad presidents who callod at the ,White House,- promising tho co-operatlou of. the administration in whatever assistance Is possible in the present railroad crises. The president's lett6r to Frank Trumbull is an follows: 'Dear Mr. Trumbull: Since you read it to me yesterday I have read again the statement you made on behalf of the railroad pres idents whom I had the pleasure of nieetlng and conferring with at my ; ofllce. It is a lucid statement of plain truth. You askd me to call the attention of the country to the imperative-need that railroad credit be sustained, and the railroads helped in every possible way, wheth er by private co-aperativo help or by the action, wherever feasible, of of Governmental agencies and I aw glad to do so, because I think the lieud very real. I cannot say that I entertain any deep anxiety about ' the matter, except, of course a gen- -; eial anxiety caused by the unpre cedented situation or the money markets of the world ; because the interest of the producer, the shlpppr the merchant, jIih investor, the fi nancier, and the whole public, has ANNOUNCEMENTS CIRCUIT JUOOE We are authorized to announce J. W. Blue, Jr., as a candidate for Circuit Judge of the districts com posed of Hopkins, Caldwell, Crit tenden and Livingston couutles, subject to the aotion of the Denioi. oratio party in the Primary August 1915 We are authorized to announce W. J. Onx as a candidate for Circuit J.udee of this judicial district, composed of the coun ties of Hopkins, Caldwell, (Critendeu and Livingston sub ject to the action of the demo- . cratic partp iu the August primary 1915. Sold Hogs by Telephone A South Carolina farmer had a large number of hogs which were ready to kill. The weather was so warm that killing was out of tho question. Ho went to his telephone, called a dealer in Columbia over Long Distance and sold his hogs N at a good price. He then called the local freight office and arranged for shipment. The telephone is now a necessity on the farm. You can have one on your farm at small cost. See the nearest Bell tend a postal for our free FARMERS' LINE Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company INCORPORATED, MADISONVJLLE, KY. Advertising Rates Display Advertisements, shifrle Isbuo 15o per inch Locals and Inside Pages, Readors s 106 per lino Resolutions and Cards of ; Thanks Bo per 1 no Obituary Poetry ,6c por lino Slight reductions on time contract ulsplay advertise ments. Also locals- that run several months without change Entered at the Earllngton Post Ofllce as Socond Class Matter. Tuesday, September 22, 1914 . Their Plea For Assistance Country 'to Imperative Need in the proper maintenance and com plete efflolenoy of the rail ways is too manifest. They are in dispensable to' our whole economic life, and railway securities are at the very heart of most ivestmonts large and small, public and private by individuals and by institutions lam confident thai there will be aotive and earnest" co-operation in this matter, perhaps the one com mon interest of our whole Industrial life. Undoubtedly, both men in and out of ofHoial position will appro elate what is involved, and will lend their aid wherever it is possi ble for them to lend it. "But the emergency is, in fact extraordinary, and where there i manifest common Interest we ought all of us to speak out in itB behalf, aud lam glad to loin with you iu calling attention to it. This is th time for all to stand together In united euort to comprehend every interest aud sustain It in every le gltlmate way. "The laws must speak plainly and effectively against whatever wrong or against the punlic inter est, and these laws must be observ ed; for the rest aud within the sphere of legitimate enterprise we -must all stand as one to see justice done ana an lair assistance renuer ed aad rendered ungrudgingly. Cordially and sincerely, "WOODROW WILSON. C0MM0 NWEALTH!S ATTORNEY we are authorized to announce Ruby Lailoon as a candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney for the fourth judicial district composed of the counties of Hopkins, Caldwell .Crittenden arid Liviugston, subject to the action of the Democratic pri mary August 1916. Notice. I have been appointed and dnly qualified as executor of the estate of Luke Anderson, deceased. All per sons holding olaims against said estate or owing said estate will please come and settle .with me at once. Rev. J. R Evans, Executor, Earlington, Ky. JLelephone Manager or booklet. DEPARTMENT 0 JOHN READING FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK Popular Deputy Mafcfct Formal Announce ment For This Office His' Card. TO DEMOCRACY OF HOPKINS CO Feeling that after fifteen years of oontlnlouR service, as deputy at a meager salary, in the Circuit Clerk ofllce of this county, I would, as an aspirant for the oftloe, receive some consideration at your hinds, I now announce myself as a candidate subject to your approval for the of flceTf the clerk of the Hopkins Clr cult Court, with the consciousness that during my long service as dop uty I have tried at all times to do my whole duty towards the patrons trons of the ofllce irrespective of party affiliations, race, color or creed. The office of Clrouit Clerk owing to itB techulcal nature hav Ing dealings almost exclusively with the legal profession Is one of the most difficult in the state to ill I requiring a knowledge of legal pro oedure to properly discharge itB many and vailed duties, and I take pardonable pride in the fact that have in some measure assisted in bringing this ofllce up to that high degree of efficiency that on last year, prompted the voluntary pub dished statement from Assistant State Inspector Caatle at the com pletiou of a year's tour of inspection that the circuit clerk's ofllce' of this county was the best conducted of any he had fonud id the state. have no great family name or ties of blood kinship in this county nor powerful political allies or faction tions to render me assistance in my race. I depend solely on my past reoord as a deputy and upon my qualifications and fitness to assume the duties of the office to-' which aspire and having implioit confl dence in your sense of fairness and honesty of purpose aud a disposition to reward aud promote merit, 1 sub mit this, my appeal, for your s"uf frage, believing you will do what you think is right and for the best intereat of your county. s Respectfully, JOHN READING STOP SICE HEADACHE OR NEURALGIA PLAN Dr. James' Headache Powders Relieve at Once 10 Cents a Package Nerve-Racking, splitting or dull throbbing headaches yields in just a few moments' to Dr. James' Head ache. Powders which cost only 10c a package at any drug store ICs the quickest, surest headache relief in the whole world. Don't suffer! Relieve the agony and distress now I You can. Millions of men have found that headache or neuralgia misery is needless. Get what you ask for. Tubacco Growers, Look. Considerable quantities of tobac co stems have long be exported to Germany and other parts of Europe where they are often used in the manufacture of low-grade smoking tobacco and as a source of nicotine. Should the demand of Europe for American Tobacco stems cease these stems, which contain large quantities of plant food, especially potash, may be used to good advan tage by the Amencau grower of to bacco as fertilizer. Soil fertilized by these stems, secured from the cigar aud tobacco factories and stemmeries, will produce leat tobac co of bettor burning qualities and textures'. Tobacco stems as fertill- zer should bo applied iu smaller quantities than manure, because they contain larger quantities of the constituents which feed the plant, according to tho Department Agri culture's tobacco specialists, Two tons por acre of "seed stems" (stems from clear factories) or 2 1-2 tons of Kentucky stems" (stems from the tobacco factories and stemmerlejs) are knows to give good results iu New England and, so far as avail able, these stems will undoubtedly furnish a very satisfactory source t potash, as well as other plant foods, m other tobacco sections. Only One "BROMO QUININE" To get the genuine, call for full Dime, I.AXA. T1VK BROMO QUININE. Lookforslguaturcof H. W. GROVE. Curei a Cold In One Day Stop cough and btadache, and work ofl cold. 25c, MOLLYCODDLE LAXATIVES Gai M and to Net Teach the Liver Tbet may dear oat the intMtlnal tract, bat do not reliefs tbo danunad-ap oil. Year! ago May Apple Root (callad Po dopbrlliB) waa a laat-reaort bile atartar. It rripl tearfully, but brought out the Mia. Podophylllu wltu tbe gripe taken est fa bow to be bad under the name Mother Dresses Baby But We Dress Dad St. Bernard Mining Luke McLuke Says Many a fine blacksmith haa been spoiled because a fond 'mother imagined be bad musical talent. One reason why Mother's scis sors are always sharp is because she can use Fatber'd razor when she has anything tough to cut. As long as tbe dear things et the men retain the "obey" clause iu the marriage contract never let it be said that women have no sense of humor. Theold fashioned'girl who used to bawl when she went to see "East Lynn" now has a daughter who hisses the villian in the movie films. We have a lot of fool idea?. A womiD with eight pounds of store hair on her dome is sup posed to keep her hat on at in door gathenugs. And a bald- headed man is no euutleinau if he doesn't take his hat; off. Important to all Women , Readtrs of This Paper Thousands upon thousand of wo men have kiduuy or bladder trouble aud never suspect it. Women's complaint often prove to be nothing else but klduey trouble or tle result ol klduey or bladder disease. If tbo Kidneys are notin a heaithv condition, they may cause the' oth er organs to become diseased, You may suiler a irroat deal with paiu in back, beunutr down feeltntra headache and loss of ambition. Poor health makes you- nervous Irritable and may be deBpondoutp It makes any one so. But hundreds jot women olalin that Dr. Kihher'a Swamp-Root, by restoring health to the kidnoys, proved to be just the remedy need ea to overcome eucu connitions, A good kidney medlolno. noBses- slng real healing aud curative value should he a blesaiuK to thousands of nervous over-worked womou. Many send for a sample bottle to Bee what Swamp-Root, the great Klduey, Liver and Bladder Re medy will do fer them, Every rea der of this paper, who has not al ready tried it, by enclosing ten cents to Dr, Kilmer & Co. Blnsrhaniton. N. Y. may reoelve sample size bot tle by Parcel Past, You can pur chase the regular flflv-cent and one-dollar size bottle at all drug stores. Dressing of the; "Dads" in this community is often a problem. There are many .kinds of dads big dads, fat dads, lean dads in fact, just about every kind of a dad you could think of as a dad. , But we dress them all,, because we have the stock and the assortment toVfiUany ' kind of gure or purpose. ' v . Come along, dads and would be dads. INCORPORATED EARLINGTON STORE 5 Qvoid For years we have been stating in the newspapers of the country that a great many women have escaped serious op erations by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound, and it is true. We are permitted to publish, in this announcement extracts' from the letters of five wompn. All h recently received unsolicited. Could any evidence more convincing? IHorxmoN, Me. "I had pains in both sides and such a soreness I could scarcely straighten up at times. My back ached and I was so norvous I could not sleep, and I thought I never would bo any bettor until I submitted to an operation, but I commenced taking Xydia E. Pinkhani's Vegetable Compound and soon felt liko a now woman." Mm. IIayavakd Sqweiis, llodgdon, Me. 0 CirAiiLOTTE. N. 0. "I was in bad health for two years, with, pains m both sides and was very nervous. I had a growth. yhich tho dotor said was n tumor, and I novor would get wollunlcsa 1 had an operation. A friend advised mo to tnko Lydia E. Pink ham s Vegetable Compound, and I gladly say that I am now enjoying lino health." Mrs. Hosa Sims, 10 Winona St, Qiarlotto,' N. 0. O Hanoveii, Pa. "The doctor advised a sevoro operation, but ray J husband got mo Lydia E. Pinkham's Vcgetablo Compound and I experienced great relief in a short timo. Now I feel liko a now person ??ndan,dftT1rlftrd day work and not mind jt" Mrs. Ada Wilt, iOO Stook St., Ilapovor, Pa. M TltMlm.... T. . UT t-1- J 1.1 .... jyAAiuji. "u--i mi tsiuK in eu ana mreoot tho best physi cians said I would, have to bo taken to tho hospital for an opor- Tl fin I null unmnfninr in-nxvinn In tn?t. ..i.i Y . . - i ntlh mnVto the onomtinn mi l tnnlr T.vflln V. T ;.,V1, -u- ii.i n . -i u i 1 ,"Vr what it has done for me."-3Irs. William htreefc. Defiatur. 111. m.nni .mil ill wiii'Hfii li. ill ill I. II. I. . " . V "'IHO V UKVUlUtU VAMIl C Cleveland, Ohio. "I was very iiTegular and for several years Vny BtI 1!amed F5 j tbufc 1 expected to havo to uiulorgo an on- nmt hn I Innf iu onirl flin. If...... ...it. 1 i, j vwiuio .u MWJ iVllOW Ul JIUWIUIIT UiaC would lielp mo. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vcgo. table Compound and I becamo regular and free from pain. I am thankful for such a good inch cmo and .will always give it the highest praise." Mrs. O. If. QRiFrrrir, 7300 Madison Ay., Cleveland, O Write to LYDIA E.PINK1IAM MEDICINE CO. (CONFIDENTIAL) LYNN, MASS., for ndvlco XOHr letter will bo opened, read and Hiisvvartui by a woman and bold iu strict Subscribe for the bee Company be v J u - ion ouier women Latjiia A. Ghiswoli), 2300 BUc-East? ' ill mir ino n a i conildcnce.