Newspaper Page Text
Tuesday AND -AND Friday Afternoon Friday Aftcrnoo. iTRY WE, i TRADE WHERE YOU LIVE OR LIVE WHERE YOU TRADE TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR EARUNGTQN. HOPKINS COUNTY. KY., FR1DA1, FEBRUARY 11, 1916 No. 12 I i PR GRAM OF STATE INSTITUTE February 15th, i6thand 17th 1916 Court House at Frankfort, Ky. Tuttdaj, Feb. 16, Horning; Senlos Invocation, Rov. T. Nooo, Frank' iort, Kr. 10:30 Opening remarks President Hendenon, Ky. ' 10:fi0 Response from State Board of Affrloaltaro, . K. Renaker, Ber ry, Ky. 10:40 Address by Oommliiionor of Agriculture, Mat 8. Coben, Frankfort. 11:00 ''Farm Management," M.O. Hngbei, District Farm Agent, Bow ling Green, Ky. 11:46 Election of Offloeri Ap pointment of.Commlttees. Afternoon Beuion 3:00 Addren, O. E. Tborne. 8:00 "What tbe County Agent li Doing to Organise tbe Farmers," Geoffrey Morgan, Stato Agent Farm Demonstration Work, Richmond, Ky. 4:00 Addren, J. Q. Ward, Fish and Gametlommissloner, Frankfort. Evening Session 7:80 Address, Got. A. O. Stan ley, Frankfort. . y 8:80 "Addrffss, Hon; J. W. New- man, Versailles, 8:00 Address and Moving Plo tdres, Ool. L. M. Mans, Secretary Tuberculosis JDommlssion, Frank fort. Wednesday, Feb. 10, Morning Session 10:00 "The Tblnge That Are and tbe Iblngs That Are to Be," Dr. J G. Grabbe, President Eastern Nor mal, BIcbmond, Ky. 10:43 "Sanitary Measures In tbe Prevention and Eradication of Com municable Diseases," Dr. A. J. Payne, with U. 8. Bureau Animal Industry. i ' 11:00 "Practical Problems of 'the Horse Breeder," V. S. Anderson, Experiment Station, Lexington. Afternoon Session 2:00 "Tho Present StatuR and the Outlook for Fruit Growers In Ken tucky," Prof. J. H. Oarmody, Ex periment Station, Lexington. 8:16 Addross, Mrs. Helen JJ.Wol oott, State Agent Home Demonstra tion Work, Lexlngtou. 8:46 Address, Prof. W. D. Nich olls, Experiment Station, Lexington. Evening Session 7:80 "The Story of a Run-Down Farm," S. M. Jordon, Pioneer Coun ty Farm Agent in Missouri, Colum bia, Mo. 8:30 Address and Moving Pic tures on "Economics of Road Build ing," by B. E. Toms, U. S. Senior Highway Engineer, Washington, D. C. 'Thursday, Feb. 17, Morning Session 10:00 "The Farm Woodlot and VV Marketing of Woodlot Products." J. E. Barton, State Forester, Frank fort. 10:12 Efflclenoy and Waste," Dr. H, H. Cherry, President Western Normal. Bowling Green, Ky. 11 :16 Address on Dairying, Hugh Van Pelt, Waterloo, Iowa. Reports of Committees. Afternoon Session 2:00 Address on Good Roads, R. C. Terrell, Bttuo Commissioner Pub Ho Highways, Frankfort. 2:30 Address, Dr. S. F. Mussel man, State Veterinarian, Frankfort. 8:16 Address, Mrs. Adclie F. Howie, Milwaukee. Wis. 4:00 Address, J. A. Euglish, Co lumbia, Ky. Rev. J, It, McAfee, of Greenville, Is vlsitluir rtlattves here. The prayer meeting service at the M. E Church, last evening was very Interesting ntul a large oougre gatlou was present. Many took part, the features being talks by Rev. Jack Lynn and Co). W. A. Toomb. Everyone invited to at 0.d. Jargaius In Ladles.' Suit p. Cowaud's Busy Store. lev. G'O C. Abbltt will preaoh at 'I T" .1. L 11 1 . I e wvtaty utxt iuBiuy evening. reryrru i- tuiuy luviieu. YOU'RE BILIOUS! LET 'CASCARETS' LIVEN LIVER AND BOWELS Don't stay headachy, consti pated, sick, with breath bad and stomach sour Got a 10-cont box now. Yon men and women who can't got fooling right who have a hoadache, coated tongno, bad tatto and fonl breath, . dizziness, can't sleep, are bilioni, nervous and upset, bothered ,tttth a sick, gassy, disordered stomach, or have a bad cold. Aro you keeping your bowels clean with Oascarets, or merely forcing a passageway every few days with salts, cathartic pills or oastor oil. Oascarets work while yon sloop, cleanse tho stomach, remove the sour, undigested, fermontingfood and fonl gases; take the ozcess bilo from the liver and carry ont of the system all the constipated waste matter and poison in the bowels. A-Oascaret tonight will sorely straighten yon ont by morning a 10-cent box from any drug store will keep your stomach sweet, liver and bowels. cguUr, and head-clear for raontbfi Dont forget the childron. They love Cascarets because tlioy taste good never gripe or sicken. LUSITAHIAPEACE TERMS Agreement Establishing Pre cedents and Assuring Americans' Safety Washington, Feb. 0. Berlin today reooived a cable America's provisional acceptance of Ger many's latest proposals on tho Lusitania. America's accep tance will be msdo complete when the German foreign office substitutes a formal uote for the informal memorandum presented by Ambassodor Bernptorff last week. The informal memorandum which President Wilson agreed would be acceptable, when made into a formal note, ie held to con cede practicully every demand made by the United States and to assure safety of American voyagers. It is regarded, in ef fect, as a real disavowal of the sinking of the vessel. Aud, what tho President considers even of greater importance, it forms a diplomatic precedent and a basis for international law regarding submarine warfare. The poultry raisers of Earllngton aro vleing with eaoh other to see whoso hens will lay tho most eggs. Many broods are produolng a flno lot of eggs, much to their owners' satisfaction. W. W. Hanoook, one of the most progressive farmers In this section, still has a large supply ot wlnesap apples which have kept perfectly, owing to the methods used by Mr. Hanoook In storing them. He esti mates ills orchard yield at 600 bush els. Friends of Charles Bridges, the L. & N. engineer, will be glad to know that he will soon be on his run again, after having boeu olf duty lor several mouths. Little Mary Alice Hamby, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hamby, who has been dangerously Hi with pneumonia, is Improving. The members ot the Knights Tem plar Lodge are looking forward to a banquet to be served on next Mon day uight at the lodge room. The dining hall has been newly papored this week aud will present a very pleasing appearance. SOCIETY To celebrate the anniversary of ber birthday, Miss Mabol Browning gave an elaborate progressive Rook party Saturday afternoon. She was assisted In receiving by ber mother Mrs. Browning and Miss HnfTaker. After tbe guests bad found thoir partners by drawing scoro oardr, They were seated at the seven tab les scatered tbrnout tho spacious room of the Browning home; After a number of exciting games, tbe scores of wblcb were kept by Miss Lena Davis, prises, dainty, band embroidered handkerchiefs were awarded Misses Sarah Crutcbfleld andtMary Smith. Pink and white, the color scheme of the afternoon, was carried out In tbe Ices, cakes and mints. The invited gnests in eluded Misses Orrell, of Binning bam. Prentioe, of Morganfleld, and Smith, ot Fordsvllle; Heller, Hnffa ker, Atkinson, Vlotory, Long, Da vis, Howard, Slsk, Lynn, Dudley, Spillman, Crntohfleld, MoElfatrlck, Margaret and Elisabeth Kemp and Haxel, Lnoy and Julia Fawcett. Mesdames King, Trabern, Evans, Elgle and J. M. Slsk. Many beau tiful gifts were received by tbe hostess. Miss Dorothy Bramwell accom panled by Miss Asoiel Prentice, of Morganfleld, spent the weeks-end with Miss Eliza Robinson. Mr. Ernest Nowton was host of the B. D, E. Club on Wednesday. After tbe sewing was tucked se curely Into tbe sewing bags tbe hos tess served.a tempting salad course, adding muob to the afternoon en enjoyment. Mrs. Sisemore gave a (600) parly Thursday afternoon. At jtbe con- CliulOB .of tbe games a salad course was enjoyed by Mesdames Rnle, Slsk, Soutbwortb, King, Withers, Fish, Eastwood, Doyal. Slsk, De sbon, Cowell and Johnson. What promises to bo the most elaborate allalr of tbe season will the Valentine Party which the young ladies will give Saturday eve ning at tbe beautiful home of Miss Francis MoEltatriok. The twenty girls and matrons are formed into various committees and are busily engaged arranging the final detaile. Tbe lucky "swains" are looking for ward to this affair with muoh inter est and are no doubt secretoly plan ning a novel method for repaying this charming courtesy extended them. Miss Mary Smith, after a visit to Miss Agnes Lynn, spent several davs with Miss Margaret Kemp at Oakmoor, returning to her home In Fordsville Monday. A candy pulling was a novel fea ture of the Triangle Club entertain ment when they met Tuesday eve ning at the home of Miss Margaret Dudley. The attractive home ot Mrs. Da vid Cowell near South Railroad St. was thrown open to the members of the Needle Craft Club and several visitors Including, MeBdames East wood, Slzemore and Withers Wed nesday evening. Mrs. Cowell and Miss Cynthia Watts gave seyeral selections on the piano. Before their departure, a delicious luncheon was muoh enjoyed by the guests who vo ted this oue of the most enjoyable of tbelr evening togethor. The Winnie Stewart Concert Com pany, which played here last week, played to a small but appreciative audleuce at Mortons Gap Wednes day nlgbt. Mrs. MoKenzle and children, of Onwnsboro, will arrive the first of next week to visit Mrs. McKeuzle's Bister, Mrs. John Coyle. Miss Mabel Browning, who for several years was popular saleslady for Cansler & Brown Bros., has re signed and will take a much needed rest. Mrs. Robert Aspley and childron and Mrs, W. G. Beokham, sister aud mother of Mrs. L. V, Reufro, spent several days here this week, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Kington, who are spending their honeymoon In Florida, will he at home after March 10, at Mortons Gap. Mrs. O. R, Bowmau and children returned to their home In Evans- vllle after spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. J. B, Wyatt. R, S. Hunter, lumberman of Daw. sou Springs, was here this week. MISS FREDERICK IS IN HOSPITAL Improving Will bo off Duty For Several Weeks MISS WILLIAMSON WILL FILL PLACE TEMPORARILY News from Louisville is to tho effect that MIbs Georgia Frede rick, visiting nurse for Hopkins County Public Health League, is improving nicely in one of tbe hospitals of that city. Miss Fred erick was quito ill of appendi citis early laBt week at Madison- ville. Miss Fox, of B': Bernard Hospital, went to her relief Tuss day evening and brought her to Earllngton the next day. She remained in the hospital here un til Sunday afternoon, when Miss Williamson, organizing nurse, came and it was' arranged that Miss Frederick should go to Lou isville and tako a period of rest and treatment in preparation for resumption of her work in Hop kins'Oounty. An official of the local' Health League has arranged with Col. L. M. Mans, secretary of the Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission, to hava, Miss Wil liamson return to this county to carry on for the present the work that has been, laid out by tho ex ecutive committee and Miss Frederick. - This work includes as one of the chief features, a free clinic for trachoma patients, which will be opened at Ma'di- sonville within a short time. Miss Williamson will report for dnty today or tomorrow. Miss Williamson has just now been installing a new nurse in Muhl enberg county to fill the place made vacant by resignation of the former nurse to go to anoth er field. Triangles Miss Margaret Dudley enter tained the Triangle Tuesday eve ning at her home on Farren ave nue. After the business of the club was transacted at the sew ing hour, each member present was presented with an apron and plate of taffy, and instructed to pull. The most of it turned out beautifully and the club adjourn ed, having spent one of the most pleasant evenings'of the season, to meet next Tuesday with Miss Hazel Fawcett. Will Phillips and J. E. Fawcett left Wednesday morning for Louis ville, Frankfort and Ravlna, to be gone several days. Mrs. L. W. Renfro was In Madl- sonvllle Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Brent Hart, of Daw son, are in the city vlsltlngltfrs. J. M. Victory. Morton Victory, of LaGrange, Ky., Is in the oity for a few days. Miss Jeannette Orrell left Thurs day to visit friends in Providence tor a few days. Mrs. Chas. Barnett has returned from Eyansville, where she has been visiting her sister. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cobb, ot Mor tons Gap, have moved, to Earllng ton, occupying a house near Rail road street belonging to the Cren shaw property. Mr. Cobb U em ployed as machine foremau at Ar nold mine. A kid on tho corner can see more in live minutes thau an adult can discover In an hour of rubberneck ing. Military preparedness is upper most in the public eye, but the old eye Is doing a deal ot blinking, General Villa has been killed so many times we can't see why the cuss don't stay dead. GIRLS! GIRLS! TRY IT! STOP DANDRUFF AND BEAUTIFY YOUR HAIR Hair stops falling out and gets thick, wavy, strong and beautiful Your hair bocomos light, wavy Huffy, abnndant and appears as soft, lustrous and beantifnl as a young girl's after a "Dandorino hair cleanses." Just try thie moisten a cloth with a little Danderine and carefully draw it through your hair, taking oue small strand at a time, This will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt and excessivo oil and Jinjjuat a few moments you have doubled tho beauty of your hair. Besides beautifying tho hair! at once. Dandenno dissolves or. ery particle of dnndruff; cleans-? es, pnrifios and invigorates the scalp, forever stopping itching and falling hair. But what will please yon most will be after a few week's nso when you will actually see new hair fine and downy at first- yes but really now hair grow ing all over the scalp. If yon care for pretty, soft hair and lots of it surely get a 25-cent bottle of ' Kriowlton's Dandorinec-itom any druggist or" toilet counter, and just try it! . ' ffii Interesting Adtfress Tuesday evening 8th mat. St. Bernard Lodge No. 240 I.O.O.F. of this place, was treated to a lecture on Odd Fellowship by the past Grand Chaplain of the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows of Ken tucky". Bro. Goodsoon, (who by the way is tho Presiding Elder of tbe M. E. Church, south, in this district) gave us the most prac tical and instructive lecture that has been our pleasure to hear in many days. We know a little about Odd- fellowship by experience and ob servation in Kentucky ; but wo had no idea of, the beneficence and good influence the Order ib exerting throughout the State of Kentucky. The Lodge held an open meet- iugandan invitation had been given to the public to attend, and a considerable number of profanes attended. The lecturer, besides giving us splendid history of the workings of the Grand Lodge of I.O.O.F. in Kentucky, and its two "Homes for Orphan Children" and "In digent Odd Fellows" and their wives, is an orator of the first magnitude, aud we recommend him heartily to the consideration of the citizens of Eirliugton as a public speaker. Time works wonders. It may even yet unearth acaudldate orj.two for the vioe presidency. Need of Contrast In Beauty. An essential prerequisite to all beau ty Is contrast. To obtain artUtlc ef fect light must bo put In Juxtaposition wltb Bhade, bright cojora with dull, a fretted surfuco with a plain one. Forte passages In music must have piano passages to rollevo them, concerted pieces need interspersing with solos, and rich chords must not bo continu ously repeated. This goneral princi ple will, I think, explain the truns formaUon of tho. bygone useful Into tho present beautiful. It Is by virtue of their contrast with our prommt modes of life that past modes of life look Interesting and romantic nor bort Bponcor. Tea tt)d: Tea seeds resemble haxolnuts. They aro sown in bods to grow thickly to gether like cabbages. BECAUSE HIS BUS INESS WAS WELL ADVERTISED Letter Addressed to "The Well Digger Man" Brought Good Contract -,.- Another proof that "it pays to advertise." The way a letter followed E. F. Dowdna froms Madisonville to an address at Mat new place of rosidonce some time after he had moved, proves the adage; The writer could not think of Mr. Dowdna's name but ho know that ho drilled wells and a hole in tho gronnd was what ha wanted. So ho addressed his letter to "The Well Digger Man, Madisonville, Ky." This letter was forwarded to his new address, and Dowdnai answered and got a three thous and dollar job on the strength, of it. BAD GOLD? HEADACHY AND NOSE STUFFED "Pape's Cold Compound" ends colds and grippe in a few hours Tate '!Pape'a Gold Compound7 every two hours nntil yon .have? tqkon three doses, then all grippe misery goes and your cold will be broken. It promptly opens your clogged-up nostrils and the air passages of tbe head ; stops nasty discharge or nose running; relieves the headache, dullness,, feverishness, sore throat, sneez ing, soreness and stiffness. Don't stay stuffed-upl "Quit blowing and snuffling. Ease your throbbing head nothing else in the world gives such prompt re lief as "Pape's Cold Oompound'r which costs only 25 cents at any drug store. It acts without as sistance, tastes nice, and causes no inconvenience. Accept no substitute. Christian hurch Notes In a recent letter from Miss Alloa Miller to tbe Sunday School, she? tells of the "Giving Christmas" her Sunday School enjoyed this year. following tbe example of the Earl lngton school last year, when they sent gifts to the Japanese children. She felt this to be the best Christ mas these Japanese have enjoyed. She continues to bo In splendid health and asks for the prayers oC her friends in Earllngton. The Auxilllary to the O. W. B. 1T. met Wednesday afternoon at tho church with Mrs. Robert Fenwlok as leader. The topic "India" was discussed, a large number taking part on tbe program. A song by Mrs. J. R. Rash and reading by Miss Elizabeth Long were Interest ing features of the program. There were 21 present despite the faot that a number were kept away because? ot illness, others being out of town. The Aid Soolety meets eaoh week: at the ohurch. The President, MrsJ. Oloyd, has been very aotive slnca accepting this ofllee and has gotten quite a few nice orders for sewing. Sixteen were present this week. Because ot the inclement weather the Sunday School attendance fell olf last Sunday, but let's make up for this next Sunday. If you are not going to any other sohool we in vite you to come. The Earllugtou church feels that It is vory fortunate indeed to have had the oall unanimously given Bro. J. 8. Hawkins, of Princeton, aooept by this splendid man. Ha will begin his ministry the fourth Sunday in February. Mrs. Robert Priest Is spending most of her time at the bedside ot her mother, Mr. Urasty, of Mor tons, who is critically ill.