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Tuesday AND- AND Friday Afternoon fridaif AfWrnoot TRADE WHERE YOU LIVE OR LIVE WHERE YOU TRADE EAWUGTON, HOPKINS COUNTYt KY TVESDA1, FEBRVARl 8, 1916 ,TWENTYtSEVmW,YEAR No. 11 4 'STEWART 1 PfljMPANY Of The Hessorf Eo&cum Bur eau Was a, Great Success i 4 , The people of this city were treated to a delightful entertain ment at tho opera house Tuesday night by the Winnie Stowart Oo. 'with the HoBsan Lyceum Bareaa. Tho audience enjoyed the Music WftB evidonced by, tho prolonged -applause. This company ia one. of the boat that tho music lovers of this city have had the pleasure of listening to for some time. Manager John Long certainly is to be commended for securing such creditable talent as the Winnie. Stewart Company and Earliogton people will be glad to have another opportunity of hear ink. thorn. Sciatica's Piercing Fain To kill tbo norre palm of Sciatic von eiri always depend on Sloan's Liniment. It penetrates to tne seat of pain and brings ease as soon at It li applies, a great cuwiurt, iuu, with Sloan's Is that no robbing Yaanirad. Hloan'i Liniment Is in valuable (or stopping musonlar or nerre pain of any kind. Try it at onoe If von suffer with Rheumatism, Lnmbatco, Sore Throat. Patn in Mcnest, Sprains. Bruises, eto, It Is ttfcellent foif. Neuralgia antTBeat- BIRTHDAY PARTY Mils Marcarot Helen 6'Brien nnfArtninnd nnitn & number of tier little friends- last Saturday afternoon, it being her sixth birthdav. After several hours of fun and amusement, the little Hostess led tho possession lo tho dining room which was beauti fully decorated with flowers and colored tapers. The birthday cake with six lighted pink candles in tiny pink rose holders, graced tho center of tho tabic. They were then served with all the good things that tho little ones like best, banana eberbet, cakes, stuffed dates, nuts aud caudiee. The little hostess thou presented each guest with her birtlimonth flower, after whioh they depart ed with loud exclamations of tho good time they had, aud wishes for many more b'rthdayr. CONDENSED STATEMENT OF PEOPLES BANK OF EARUNGTON, KY. ' 1 Under State Government Supervision On Jan. 28, 1916, as Reported to State Banking Department RESOURCES Loans , . . $64,261.96 Bonds 250.00 Overdrafts .00 Real Estate 13,000.00 Furniture & Fixtures 2,800.00 Cash and Exchange. 28.323 13 $108,635.09 To our customers who arc familiar with conditions in the coal and railroad trade during the past twelvemonth we offer the following comparative figures: First, because we believe they will surprise you ; Second, so that you will know that if we did not have many loyal friends like you have been, these figures would have been different; . Third, if we wore not giving reasonably good service they would be diffcront. Deposits Jan. 38, 1915, S75.871.51 Jan. 28, 1916, $79, 54432 Increase, S 3,673. 81 Loans Jan. 8, 1915, 81,778.05 Jan. 38, 1916, 64,361.96 Decrease, 17,516.09 Cash and Exc. Jan. 38, 1915, 10,051.39 Jan. 38, 1016, 38,333.13 Increase, 18,371.74 Overdrafts Jan. 38, 1915, 333-07 Jan. 38, 1916, .00 , Rediscounts Jan. 28, 1915, 3,500.00 Jan. 38, 1016, .00 Rediscount is money a bank borrows to enable the merchants to be easy with you. Tho farmers in our section have not sold tobacco yet. Less than One Hundred Dollars of this deposit is Tobacco Money. J. T. ALEXANDER, President A CHILD'S TONGUE SHOWS IF LIVER OR BOWELS ARE ACTIVE rxt"iA x i ' i t ' ; i If crc&s, fVverfeh, sick.'bilious it give-fruit laxative t, . aj once Every mother realizes, after giving her children "California Syrup nf Figs," that this is thoir ideal laxative because they love its pleasant taste aud it thor oughly cleanses tho tender little stomach, liver and bowels with ont griping. When cross, irritable, feverish or breath is bad, stomach sour, look at the tongue, Mother! If coated, give a teaspoonfnl of this hirmless "fruit laxative," and in a few hours all the foul, consti pated waste, sour bile and undi gested food passes out of the bowelp, and you have, a well, playful child again. When its little system is full of cold, throat sore, basatomach aehe, diarrhoea inaigesuon, cone rememoor, good "insido cleansing" should always be the first treatment given. Millions of motheis keep "Cal ifornia Syrup of Figs" bandy; they know a teaspoonfnl today saves a sick child tomorrow. Ask your druggist for a 50 cent bottle nf lallfnrnln Rrrnn nf PNit " which has direction for babies, cbiidren of all ages una grown ups priutecr'-pd tne bottle. Be ware of counterfeits sold here, so don't be foelcd. Qet the gen- uino, madr by "California Fig Syrup Company." Auction Whist Club ,i Mrs. Gilbert Ring was the hostess of the Auction Whist Olub on last Friday afternoon. Mir. Johnson's score was not only the highest score made that nftornoon, but the high est in ado in tho Club thiB season. Mesdauoes Kline, Johnson, Ross and King led in the total score. A daluty salad course was served dur Ing the social hour. Many People Don't Enow A bIukkIsI) liver can cause a per son an awful lot ot misery. Spells or uizzineBB, ntaaaones, constipa tlon and biliousness are sure slgtiB that your liver needs help. Take Dr. Klnx's New Life Pills and see how they help tone up the whole system. Fine for the stomach too. Aids (IlKestion. Purifies the blood and clears the complexion. Only 250 at your Druggist. F. B. PHIL BROWN FOR DELEGATE JT LARGE . i i mi Negro Editor Certain to Go to the National Con vention Phil H. Brown, editor of the Sat urday News, Hopklnsvllle, and one ot the most competent political workers In the Kentucky political ranks, is a candidate for and whl doubtless be selected as the negro delegate-at-large to the Republican National Convention at Chicago, June 7th. Hopkins county republi cans, at well as the leaders In the party throughout this part of tho Btate, are for Brown, whose state wlde'llst of endorsements is so strong as to bear the mark of unanimity among the party leaders In Kenr tucky. No better seleotlon could be made, To Drive Out Malaria Ana Build up Tne System Talcs the OJd Standard GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC. You. know what you are taking, as tha formula is printed on every Ubl, showing if is Qulalne andV Iron id a tasteless fdrra. The Quinine ddvea oat malaria, the iron; builds up tuc aysteair so cents LARGE NUMBER Li L-t " Of Prominent Citizens Will Attend Meeting of flacm? ers' Institute; The State Farmers' Institute will be held In Frankfort, Feb. 16, 10 and 17 1916. An. excellent program has been arranged for this occasion. Among those who have been' ln-r vlted to deliver addresses are; Gov, A. 0. Stanley; Charles, J. Brand, Chief Marketing Bureau, w Washing ton t D,- O. f Hon J .V.. Newman, f prrdetVComrrilssloner of .Agriculture ot Kentucky; Dr. A. J. Payne, ot the Bureau of Animal Industiy: 8, M. Jordon, Pioneer Couuty Agent In Missouri; Hugh U. Van Felt, Edi tor Kimball's Dairy Farmer, Water loo, Iowa; J. Qulnoy Ward, Execu tive Agent Fish and Qame Commis sion; R. 0. Terrell, Good Roads Commissioner; Geoffrey Morgan' State Agent Farmers' Co-operative Demonstration Work; J. E. Barton, State Forester; M. O. Hughes, Dis trict Agent Farmers' Co-operative Demonstration Work; Prof. J. G. Orabbe, President Eastern Normal Sohool ; Prof. H. H. Cherry, Presl dent Western Normal Sohool; H. S. Barker, Presldeut State University; Prof. W. D. Nichols, Assistant Am mal Husbandry Dept., State Unl verslty; fror. J. H. Catmody, Hor ticulture, State University; Mrs. Helen B. Wolcott, State Agent Home Demonstration Work; Mrs. Cora Wilson Stowart, State Illitera cy Commission, and others. LIABILITIES Capital Stock $25,000.00 Surplus ' 3,000,00 Undivided Profits. . . 1,090.77 Deposits . 79544-32 $108,63509 ARNOLD. Cashier STOMACH ACTS FINE! NO INDIGESTION, GAS HEARTBURN, ACIDITY 'Pape's Diapepsin" fixes sick sick, sour, upset stom achsjn fivejnin ,utes. , You, don't want a slow remedy when your stomach is bad or an uncertain one or a harmful one your Htomach is too valuable; you mustn't injure it with dras tic drugs. Pape's DiapepBin is noted for its speed in giving relief: its harmiessness; its certain, unfail ing action in regulating sick, sour, gassy stomachs. Its mil- lions of cures in indigestion, dys pepsia,' gastritis and other stom-Jn ach troublo has made it famous! the world over. Keep this perfect stomach dor tor in your home keep 16 handy get a largo fifty-case from any drug, store 'arid' then' if anyone should eat something which does not agree with them, ifwhattboy eat lays like lead, ferments and cours and forms gas; causes, hoad ache, dizziness and nausea eruc tations of acid ' and 'undigested food remember as soon as Pape's DiapepBin comes in contact with the stomach jail such distress van ishes. It promptness, certainty 'and ease in overdomtng the worst stomach disorders is' a revelation to those who try it. r-, Surprise Party Given lo Honor of Miss Lil lian Hill's Birthday A merry crowd of youngsters gathered at the home of Mr. aud Mrs. Geo. Hill', on South ralfroafi St., in honor of their daughter Lillian's Sixteenth birthday. Tho vounc people gathered at the home of Miss Anna Lee Bran nou, and all came down from there in order to surpme the young lady, who all unconccious of the preparations that had been made, was lost in a peaceful dream when they arrived. After much laughter and great merriment delicious refreshments were served, the color scheme of pink and white being carried out in the ices and cakes. Those present were: Misses Katie O'Brien, Anna Lee Bran non, Virginia and Esther Carna- han, Nellie Blair, Anna, Marga ret and Lillian Hill, and Julia and Rose Manns, of Evansville. MetsrsSam Grace, Robert and Troxwell McGrow and Carter Wallace, of Olay, Ky., Arthur Qolemau and Murt McGregor, of Evansville, Clarence Yarbougb, Paul Braun and Clay Polly, of Madisonville. At a late hour the guests all returned home reporting a most delightful time. Tbera It more Catarrh In tbli lection ot ibe country iban all otber dlieSiei put togatber, and until Ibe lait few years wai supposed to be In cureable. For a (treat many years doctors pro oounced It r local disease and prescribed local remedies' and by constantly (ailing to cure, wltu local treatment, pronounced It Incureable. Scl ence lias proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and tberelore resulres constltutinnal treatment, Pall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by P. . Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is the only constitutional cure on the market, It Is taken Internally In doses from lo drops to a teaspoon' (ul, It acts directly on the Hood and moceus surface ot the systam. They ofier line hundred dollars for any case It falls to oure. Send for circulars and testimonials, Addrees: 1', J. CI1ENBY.& CO., Tldo, O Sold by Urucglitu ;j, Take Hall's Family I'llls tor Co'llplln Have you tola your uongressman what you thluk on the sub -ot of na tlonal prparednes? lie don't want to hear from you, of oourew, but It would be Just ub well to let him hear just the same. QUIETUS OF EFFORTS TO SELL LIQUORS Pembroke Dealers Are Given Severe Blow by Assistant Attorney General Hopklnsvllle, Ky., Feb. C A rul ing given by D. O. Myatt, assistant attorney general of Kentucky, If a oorreot view or the prohibition law in this State, puts a quietus on the effort of two Arms to secure license to Bell liquor at Pembroke, which has voted dry at two speolal elec tions held In that territory. The two firms have already filed notice that they would apply to the Pem broke town trustees for license, and the matter is to come up for settle ment next week. Mr. Myatt'a letter, whioh succinct ly sets forth the entire case, is: Dear Sir: I have your letter in which you say thdt on April 14, 1914, n.ri'inr.tlrin mi miliar! hv thn ,1tirn't" tno town of Pembroke, tbon "dry by. jstformor? election; and .the result 5waa.'dry''maJorIty, That'on-Sep1 tembar 21, 1014,an elootlonwas.held in the county of Christian, in whioh Pembroke Is located, and resulted in a "wet" majority. On this state of fact you desire an opinion as to whether the result of the election in Christian county would aulhorizo the sale of liquor in Pembroke. I beg-to advise that it Is myun derstandlng of the law that the re sult ot theeleotioa for the. county as a whole will not have tho' effect to authorize the sale of liquor in some dlstrlot of the county that has pre viously voted "dry1 under the local option law, and therefore it would not be lawful to lioense the sale of liquor in the town of Pembroke.' Yours truly, D. O. Myatt, Assistant Attorney GiSneroI AWKbM!!!. ' "T ill, t fcl A Texas Wonder The ,Tetfa Wonder, enrea,, Kidney and bladder troubles, dissolves (nav el, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism and- all irregu laritles of bladder troubles, ''remov ing gravel, the kldneyB and bladder In both men and women. Regulates bladder troubles, in children. If not sold by your druggists will be sent by mail on. receipt, of tl.OO, One small bottle Is two ihonths treat ment and seldom falls to perfect a oure. Send for testimonials from Kentucky and other States. Dr. E. W. Ball. 292R Olive St.. St. Louis, Mo. Sold by SrucrgistB. MONSTER COMBINE OF GOAL COMPANIES Millions Involved in a Con solidation of Properties inj the Eastern Part of State Lexlngton,Ky.,Feb.5. Announce ment here today of the severance of their connection as general counsel ot Neal & Strlckllng, of Huntington W. Va., attorneys for big coal com panies in Eastern Kentucky, brought to light the consummation of a gi gantio merger ot mining Interests In Eastern Kentuoky coal fields. The deal Involves the transfer of holdings of the Mineral Fuel Com pany, the Elkborn Fuel Company, the Elkhorn Mining Company and the Elkhorn Fuel Corporation.whlch In turn, It is said, has an effective working agreement with the Con solldated Coal Company. Rockefeller Intereetsjaro roported behind the merger andgmade the re organization and recapitalization of the companies possible. Capitalization, It IsJ deolared, has beeu effected through the issuance ot $9,010,OOC In noteB, handled through Rockefeller. This money, It Is understood, will be used to pay olfoutstandlug In debtedueas against the properties and provide working capital for oon tinuert-developmeiit of field". How Mr. Davis Qot lEid ofiVa Sad Cold "Sume time ago I had a very bad nouih." writes Lewis T. Davis, lllaukwater, Del. "My brother Mo- Oabe Davis nave me a small bottle ot Chamberlain's Oouiflt Remedy, Alter taking this I buuxht half a dozen bottU", but only used one of them, as the oouith left me and I have uot been troubled sIuup." 0b- talnable everywhere. OUCH! RUB BACKACHE, STIFFNESS, LUMBAGO. Rub Pain from back 'witfia small trial bottle of old "St. Jacobs Oil." Back hurt you? Cant straight en up without feeling suddoa pains, sharp aches and twinges Now listen I That's lumbago, sciatica or maybe from a strain. and you'll get relief tho mdmonfc. you rub your back with eobihiugf penetrating "St. Jacob's Oil." Nothing else takes out soronostr. ameness and stiffness so quickly You simply rub it on your' back and out comes tho pain. t'' fa harmless and doesn't burq'tiio skin. Limber upt Don't suffer 1 Qot a small trial bottle of old. honeat "St. 'Jacob's Oil" from any drag store, and after using it Just once, you'll forget that you ever had backache, lumbago or scia tica, because your back will nov- er hurt or causoVny more "mis ery. It never disappoints and has been recommended for CO years. ' . v Kentucky and "3" 'tlew Goonties " - 1 ' a'' ."f The Kentucky senate, by a-votcr of seventeen to sixteen, tablodva bill to create a new county :totb. namecTin honor of Gov, Stanley The close friends of the governor havedboQn,ardoutlypre88ingtIia!: bill,,' though 'Governor StanleV himself is safd lO be neutral. 1'.'. The practice in that state' of building a monument to the man. who occupies the gubernatorial chair by creating a county and! giving it his name became, some time sine, a farce, and it ts to bet hoped that the friends of, ther present governor .will let' 'the matter rest as it is. Tennessee, which -has-ninety- siz counties, would be better off with fewer and no new county has been created in this state for many years. Kentucky, with a smaller area, has 120 counties and is constantly trying to make, still more. For a number of years past. attempts some successful, oth ers unsuccessful h a v e been made to create counties in honor of governors. When J. 0. W. Beckham was governor, several bills were introduced to croato Beckham county, and finally ono of them was passed, the bound aries to be defined in tho bill. But when the surveyors went to run tho linos, thov found a marvel ous comedy of errors. Accord -ing to the bill creating it, Beck ham county, Kentucky, crossed the Ohio river aud ran to a point sevoral miles into the State of Ohio. It cut one Kentucky coun ty in two, so that the people liv ing in ono end of it would havo to cross another county to get to their own courthouse. It other wise mutilated the map of two states and infringed the right of. the United States to the waters of navigable streamB. The courts held, of course, that the law was fatally defective and there is no Beckham couuty. But that did uot deter other legislatures from creatiug other counties iu-houor of other gov ernors. Two or three years ago they made a tiew oue ad named it McOroary, in honor of James B. McCreary, thou governor. If the thiuu keeps up, the time is uot far distant when the average Kentuoky couuty will not be large anough to contain two vot ing preoiucta. The Tennessean.