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PAUL M. MOORI.
E0ITOR AND PUBUBHBB J. PAWOITT -UlOCUtl IDItOR AND BUtlNItl MANXII1 Member or Kentach Press Association and IVSecend District Pablishers League Advertising Rates Display Advertisements, single Uiao 25a per inob Locals ana Inside Pages, Reader! Co per line Resolutions and Cards of Thanks 60 por line Obituary Poetry 60 per line Slight reduotloni on time contract display advertise menu. Also locals that run several months without change Entered at the Eariington Post Office as Second Class Matter. Stench Office in MaditontiUe, Kentucky, Miss Lucy Fawctlt, Manager, Phone No. 61 Telephone 47 Tuesday, September 28, 1915 BIG CIRCUS -rt ait r V nmino 1 ntc wav nnn v M . . m a ...r . - J - The Barnum and Bailey Greatest l TT 1 . fit I. I L. t I ... ftjfnr4 tiw nil njnrLU will tjiuium ub W4v 111 " 1 S - & n nnrl 11 v 1 1 1 11 u 11 aaiuiunji wi ,.. 1- j l. 1 . 1,,.1HH IB IfllUU UUWD ID UOIUK ULluiu" the blKuest and foremost mmnsement Institution of the world. The Barnum and Bailey Circus has always been the largest that travels mod this season the management has found it necessary to add many more cars to. their trains in order to itpovlde for the great equipment. It .requires 85 double length railroad scars to transport the big show, 1380 people are employed, there are 700 JiDrses, 40 elephants and a menagerie aSUO cages, 4(0 world famed artists aako part in the greatest clrcns pro- xmm this world has ever known 'A fitting introduction to the won- iHerful performance this year, is the presentation of the new, spectaon 3ar pageant, "Lalla Bookh," In Mwhlch nearly 1000 characters take In the circus proper, which is pre seated In three rings, four stages, ihe hippodrome and in the dome of ihe dome of the largest tent ever UBiected, 480 performers from every THE CHEERFUL CHERUB Of course the sunny d&ys ere nice I think they're, redly lvTrd to Leei it ra.ns ins because Inert lj?o us.airo in the street;. out when mi Spoak a Good Word city directory. I Defamingjhe Dead John C. Mayo brought prosperity to the pocket, education to the minds and peace to the souls of the good people of the mountains. He started the clock that had been stopped for a hundred years. History will unquestionably give him rank as the pioneer in develop ing tne wonaertui mineral resources of Kentucky. Just now his eood name is beine aiauon in tne worm kB Pr im , Wackened in the-courts of Cincinnati through the efforts of a Mrs. Estelle -present a vast array of foreign feat ures entirely new to America. A wonderful trained animal exhibition 4iven by the Marvellous War El .pbAntiPallenberR'B Wonder Bears, Uadam Bradna's Angel Horses, "Xiiaiero's xogs, romes ana mob- jiavHi utti tt:t tf Statue Horsos. Breat Interest is already being txhown In this neighborhood and TTTRat crowds will no doubt go to :adieonville Saturday, Oct. 9, for aire biggest and most enjoyable holl &y of the yecr, Everyone is ad nrisod to get an early start in order 'Id la there In time for the parade rsvhlch starts promptly at 10 A. 1'., austl -which Is said to eclipse any thing of Its kind ever before at Hoppted in the history of circus business. ' TAX REFORM r NOT A POLITICAL QUESTION The Tax Ameudment to be voted nam at the November Election is en dorsed by all classes of Citizens re gardless of Party affiliations as the .fallowing extracts from the Plat- IAhs of the three principal political (organizations clearly indicate Jail political parties favor Reform 3n the Tax Laws and this is one is Cane on which all agrep. Every voter should vote "yes" for ahe Tax Amendment as no reform Is TDaslble without Its adoption no -.matter which party wins. DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM "We favor the adoption of the Tax .Amendment to the Constitution to 3)o voted on at the regular Novem 3er Eleotion. We favor a wise Re arislou of our Tax Laws so as to die- tribute the burdens of taxation ..REPUBLICAN PLATFORM "We favor the adoption by the people of the Constitutional Amend- anant enlarging the power of the tDeneral Assembly on the matter of 'Taxation and a thorough revision of Oho Tax Laws which will equally rillstrlbute the burdens of Taxation and invite capital." PROGRESSIVE PLATFORM "We denounce the inequitable un Just and Inefficient system of Taxa tion in Kentucky .and pledge our rialves to enaot a law equalizing the Srarden of taxation and doing away au far as possible with double taxation" never You Need a General Tonic Talco drove's (THie Old Standard Grove's Tasteless rfMTl Tonic is equally valuable as a (General Tonic because it contains the attn known tonic propcrticsof QUININB maa Jiiun . 11 acts on tae uver, unvet asset Xialarla, Enriches tbe Blood and TBniiai tip the Whole System. SOctaU. Cooper Gay, of Mt, Sterling, Ky, who insists that she has had a baby that should carry the name of John 0. Mayo, Jr. All manner of slander is being heaped on the name of Mayo. Let them spread it on thick and publish it without fear. John O. Mayo, a fighter alive, is dead and cannot defend himse f. Health and Happiness Depend Upon your Liver That sluggish liver with Its sine gisb flow of bile is what makes the world look so dark at timet. Dr. King's New Life Pills go straight to the root of the difficulty by waking up the action of the liver and In creasing tbe bile. Sr. King's New Life Pills canBe the bowels to act more freely and drive away those mooay aayp." 20c a Dottle. Drug. gisis everywnere. re 1 Rheumatism Just put a few drops of Sloan's on the painful spot and the pain stops. It is really wonderful how quickly Sloan's acts. No need to rub it in laid on lightly it penetrates to the bone and brings relief at once. Kills rhcumatio pain instantly. Mr. Jamtt "E. Alexander, ett VorfA UarpeveU, Me., vriltt: "Many strains in my back and hips brought on rheu matism in tha sclatio nerve. I had It to bad one i night when sitting la my chair, that I had to lutnn on mv fMfc in trot relief. I at once) applied your Liniment to the affected part and In lesa then ten ninuie. is wag penecuy eaiy. 1 intnK t la tha belt of all Linlmenta I h&T erex uied." SLOAN'S LINIMENT Kills Pain AtHaalan,2Sc Scad four cents In stamp for a TRIAL BOTTLE Dr. Earl S. Sloan. Inc. D.pC B. PiuUdalpliU. Pa. snHHnnaui Speak a good word for tho schools and the churches, and tho professional and business mon, and tho industries and your neighbors and frionde. Speak a good word for your town and tho wholo community and keop on speaking it nntil you got the hab it and others got tho habit and this commnnlty will be a com munity of boosters and the town will take on new lifo. Then the calamity howlers will take to the woods tied prosperity will smile on us. 8100 Reward, 8100. The reader of this paper will ba pleated to learn thai there li at leatt one dreaded dlseaie that aclence hai been able to cure In all ita stag' ei, and that la Catarrh. Haifa Catarrh Cnre la the only potltive cnre now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh belngaconititntlonaldlteate require! a cooatltutlonal tratement. Haifa Ca tarrhCure It taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mncoua anrface of the y lem, thereby destroying the foundation cf the dltease, and giving the patient itrength by build Ing up the conttltutton and astlatlng nature In doing lt work. The proprietor! have to much faith In Its curative power! that they offer One Hundred Dollar! for any case that It falls to cure Send for list pt teitlmonlali. Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. Sold by all Druggists, 7 cents. Take Haifa Family Pills for constipation. It Was a Dream We bad a swept, sweet dream the other night. We dreamed that every fellow who owed the Bee a dollar on subscription 7.40 p walked up and paid it and also paid for one year In advance. We were beginning to figure just how much of that billion dollar loan we conld take op when a large black bng with fourteen lees becan to fox trot on onr Dale Prayer u a . .. -rn everv Tuesdav 1 back to the stern realities of li'e. Bbv. Z. L. Conoway, Pastor, Just why is a dream, anyway? Mayor W. E. Rash. Police Judge John M. Oansler. unier 01 1'oiice j. 1. iiamby, Night Chief A. J. Bennett. City Clerk Paul P. Price. Treasurer Frank B. Arnold. City Physician W. K. Nlsbet. Citr Enirlnoer R. E. Whlnilor. QtreelCommlssloner AmosNanoe Counollmen Madison Oldham. M. Bohan, P. D, Rash,D.M E vans.Thos. Blair, O. M. Henry. Mooting night ursc Monaay nignc in eaon montn. School Trustees Paul M. Moore, Pres. : Ernest Newton. Soor. : Yv. E. Daves, Treat. ; E. L. Wise and A. O. BISK. Board of Health-Dr. W. K. Nls bet, H. D. Oowand and E. M. Tra- hern. 1 Postmaster Chas. E. Barnett. Fire Department H. W. Rog ers, Chief; F. B. Arnold, Assistant Chief; Chas. Barnett, Captain; Claude Long, W. D. Cavaness, Bak er Fugate, Geo. T. Miller, Will Rav burn, Bryant Deal and O. Y. Til ford, Firemen. Weather Bureau Brick South- worth, Observer. CHURCHES. catholic ciioroh. First maf every Sunday and holy day at 0.8 J a. m. uecona mass ana preaciunc 9:15 a. m., followed by bouodlctlon. Rev. J. P. McParland, Pastor. Christian Church. Sunday scnooi at u:au a. m. rreaoningevory Liora's any at iu:4t a. m. ana 7:45 r. m. Prayer meeting every, Wednoi- . . i . - 1 aav at p. m. Rev. H. J. Brazklton, Pastor. M. E. Oiiuboh. Regular service tnira Hunaay at 11 a. m. ana 7 :uo n. m. Prayer meeting Thursday evenlne at 7 :bo. unnaay-schooi at 2 iso p. m. Class meeting, second Sunday at 10:80 a. m. Rev. W. B. Duncan, Pastor. M. E.CnuBCH, Sooth. Rev. W. A. Grant, pastor. Services on every Sunday at 11 a. m. and m. bunaay school at 8:80 a. m. Prayer meeting. Wednesday evenings at 7:00 o'ciock. Aaaies' Aid Society every Monday after noon. Official Board meeting Mon day after first Sunday m each month. Missionary Baptist Churoii. Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:46 p. m. Sunday sohool 9:46. meeting every Wednesday cues Aia meets A Wonderful Antiseptic Germs and infection araravate ail ments and retard healing. Stop that infection at once. Kill tbe ?erms and get rid of the polsonr. For this purpose a single application of Sloan's Liniment not only kills the pain but destroys tbe germs. This neutralises infection and gives na ture assistance by overcoming con gestion and gives a chance for tbe free. and normal flow of the blood. Sloan s Liniment is an emergendy doctor and should be kept constant ly on hand. 25c, GOo. Tbe $1.00 SIZ9 contains six times as much as the 25c. At all druggists. Three Boys There were born to Mr. and Mrs. Page, of the Guthrie vicin tv, recently, triplets. Ail were boys. Tho Next Sest Thing to the Fine Forest for Colds Is Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey, whiob goes to the very root of cold trou bles. It clears the throat and, given relief rrom ttiat clogged ana stutled feeling. The pines have ever been tbe friend of man in driving away oolde. Moreover, tbe plne-boney ualltles are peculiarly ellectlve in Kilting children's colds, itemem- ber that a cold broken at the start greatly removes the possibility of complications. 25c. Any druggist, L. & N. TIME CARD. Time of departure of trainB'paBS ing through Eariington. Effeative-Sunday, Aug. 1, 1916. NORTH BOUND. No. 82 6.26 a. m. No. li 11.18 a. m, No. B4 8.16 p. m. No. 64 11.8Jp. m. No. 40 7.40 a. m..r: No. 104 arrive 7.85 a. m. No. 106 1.06 p. m. No. 108 2.46 p. m. No. 110 4.89 p. m. SOUTH BOUND. No. 68 4.27 a.m. No. 05 - 8.20 a. m. No. 61 4.25 p. m. No. 03 10.62 p.m. No. 103 6 51 a No. 107 1.42 p, No. 109 8.22 p. No. 10b 12:16 p No. 104, 106 and 107 dally ex cept Sunday. No. 105 Sunday only, General Baptist Church. - Services fourth 8unday morning and evening in each month and Satur-1 day evening preceding. Prayer meeting Tuesday evenlLg. Bunda: school 10 a. m. Rev. L. L. Todd, Pastor. Episcopal Church Services 2nd and 4tn Sunday night at 7:45 at the I tiibrary. Sunday School at 8 p. m. key. ueo. u. abbitt, uector. LODGES. Masonic Lodge E. W. Turner, No. 648 meets 1st. and 8rd. Fridays in eaca montn. Ellsworth Evans, Sec. Victoria Lodge, No. 84, K. of P. meets every Monday night. Visit ore welcome. Ernest Newton, K. of R. and S. Hopkins Lodge, A. O. U. W. No. 661 meets every Thnrsday night. Y. Q. Walker, Sec. Golden Cross Lodge. Eariington No. 626 meets 1st. and 3rd, Saturday night in eaon montn. MRS. bertha u m stead, uec. Degree of Honor, No. 10 meets 1st and 3rd Saturday nights in eaoh month. Miss Lizzie Huff, Sec Ben Hur Lodge. Eariington Court. No. 65. meets every 1st and 8rd Monday night at old Masonic Hall. Dr. C. B. Johnson, Scribe, OWoodmen of the World. Catalpa Camp Bo, 301 meets every wednes day night. AH members are ear nestly requested to be there. BERNARD WALTON, UleriC. Monroe Davis, Deputy Clerk. Modern Woodmen of the World No. 1,992 meets every Wednesday. x. -i. walker, sec. Elks. B. P. O. No. 738 meets at Madisonvllle Monday night. j . v . dempsey, n;xanou tuner Roy S. Wilson, Secretary. Eariington Chapter, U. D. C. meets 1st Thursday In eaoh month at 2:80 p. m. MISS. FLORA PEAROE, PreB. RIGHT SCHOOL SUPPLIES TPvON'T overlook our School Supply De partment,. because it is complete in ev ery way. Great values this year in tablets, composition books, note books and writing materials. A fine assortment of lead pencils, various styles of pens, pen holders, crayons, etc. Mucilage, paste, ink and other school accessories. A fine assortment of fountain pens, rapid in flow, easy writers. Let us demonstrate one to you. Si. 00 to $4.50 each. Don't forget the boy and girl returning the most front covers from the Rexall school series of tablets by Dec. 1st will get free a rain coat and hat. ST. BERNARD MINING CO. 'INCORPORATED: DRUG DEPARTMENT THE fthocaSIL STORE Sick vOTZQtit 1 m. . m. , m. . m. C.R. R. TIME CARD. Time of departure of Illinois Gen. tral trains from Nortonvllle, Ky. NORTH BOUND. No. 102 2.18 p. m. No 101 8.25 a, m. No. 122, local pass.10.45 a.m. No. 180, local 6!S0 p, m. SOUTH BOUND. No, 101 4.08 p.m. No. 103 1.67 a. m. No, 121, local pass.ll.48 p.m. No, llf local tiui 63 a. xa. m Is it possible there is a woman in this country who con tinues to suffer without giving Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound a trial after all the evidence that is con tinually being published, which proves beyond contradic tion hat this grand old medicine has relieved more suffer ing among women than any other one medicine in the world?, We have published in the newspapers of the United States more genuine testimonial letters than hsivo Pvpr hfn nnh. Knights and Ladies of Security lished in the interest of anv other merlipini far wnmpn So'ndTnffi vu7t?nganmemnbers L nd every yearwe publish many new testimonials, all gen- uujc auu uuc nere are inree never oeiore published: From Mrs. S. T. Richmond, Providence, R. I. Providence, R. I For the benefit of women who Buffer as I havo done I wish to state what Lydia K Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has done for me. I did some heavy lifting and the doctor said it caused a displacement. I havo always been weak and I overworked after my baby was born and inflammation set in, then nervous proa- tratiOIL from whinh T Hlrl rnr. ropnvAriintll T ,o .1rn T..,l! TJ Tft!l? hams Vegetable Compound. The Compound is my best friend and wueu 1 near 01 a woman with troubles like mine I try to induce her wyo medicine.'' Mrs. 0. T. Kichmond, 84 Progress Avenue, From Mrs. Maria Irwin, Peru, N.Y. TTT XT "V U t?nAM T 1 T- T T, "Tit II . W ... iwiuiu i iwn-fyuia jsu .rcniuiam'fl vegetable com pound I was very irregular and had much pain. I had lost threo children, and felt worn out all tho time. This splendid medicino n61?1110 HotbtoS olso haddono,and I am thankful every day that I took it." Mrs. Maria Irwin, JR.FJX 1, Peru, N.Y. From Mrs. Jane D. Duncan, W. Quincy, Mass. -Ju111! Q.UIN0Yt Mass. Thejloctor said that I had organio trouble- anu no UOCtOrCd mn for n. lnnw limn nml T 1I1 nnf T-. II Tft t. 1 " O u.v. uu, KW UliJ XUJMJl. X Raw IiVrlln. K Thnlrhamia rrt.i.i t- I .1 vertised and I tried it and found relief boforo I had finished the first bottle. I continued taking it all through, middle life and nm nmv 11 Hfmnn. f7n.ilH.tr " " h wsa)a a4viavaajr woman and earn my own living." Mrs? Janes D. asunoan, I'oresc Avenue, west Quincy, Mass. Invited to attend. will Cabbioan, Clerk. Vlsitincr members are cordlalh Invited to attend any of thes Lodges CASTORIA For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Signature of A Soluble Antiseptic Powder to be dissolved in water as needed For Douches In tbe locsl treatment of woman's Ills, inch as lencorrhoea and Inflammation, hot douches ot Paxtlne axe very efficacious. Ho woman who has ever naeJ mn,1lrt,l douches will fall to appreciate the clean and I neaiiny condition raxuno produces and tho prompt relief from soreness and discomfort which follows its nse.Thls Is because Paxtlne possesses superior cleansing, disinfect In and heollne properties. rCt For tea Tears the Ljdla E. f '- Ptnkham Medicine Co. has reo. emmenaea raxiine in tnelx prfrate correspondence with wo. men, which, proves its super!. oritT. Women who have been relleyed say I; Is "worth Its weight is gold." At drueglit. M. larf tux or l)T mall. Bample free. Tbe Paaton Toilet Co., Boston, Uasa. TTrlte to LYDIA E.PINKIUM MEDICINE CO. (CONFIDENTIAL 1 LYNN. M ASS..fnr nlZtZ' ' letter Will be ODCnnl. rnfl nmi hhi.m,I by a woman and held in strict conildenco. Your let Subscribe For the B ee f 1 1 .1 i'lasm