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.4- (1 A-1 i-'AUL M. MOORE, EDITOR AND PUBLISHB) J. O. PAWOBTT ncuk EDITOR AND BUSINESS MANAaiR Member 01 Kentucky Press Association and Second District Publishers League Advertising Rates Display Advertisement!, ingle Issort 25o per inch Locals and Inside Pages, Beaders Oo per line Restitutions and Cards of Thanks 60 per line Obituary Poetry 6c per line Slight reductions on time contract uleplay advertise ments. Also locals that run several month without change Entered at the Uarliugtun Post OHIom Second Class Matter. Btanch Office in Mad'uontille, Phont No. 61 Kentucky, Miss Lacy Fawcett, Manager, Telephone 47 Tuesday, March 21, 1916 CITY DIRECTORY. Mayor W. E. Rash. ' Police Judge John M. Cansler. Chief of Police J. H. Hamby. Klght Chief A. J. Bennett. City Clerk R. G. McEuen. Treasurer Frank B. Arnold. City Physician V. It. Nlsbet. Cltr Engineer R. E. Whlnfler. StreetComnilssloner AmosNance Councllmon Madison Oldham.Rl. Bohan, K. D. Rash.D.M.E vans.Thos. Blair, C.M.Henry. Meoting night first Monday night In each month. School Trustees Paul M. Moore, Tres. ; Ernest Newton, Secy. ; J. H. IFish, Treas. j G. V. Mothershead .and A. O. Slsk. Board of Health Dr. V. K. Nls Tiet, H. D. Cowand and E. M. Tra il ern. Postmnster Chas. E. Barnett. Kibe Depabtment H. W. Bog erB, Chief; P. B. Arnold, Assistant Chief; Chas. Barnett, Captain; daude Long, W. D. Cavaness, Bak er Fugate, Geo. T. Miller, "Will Bav lrarn, Bryant Deal and G. Y. Tllford. Tlremen. Weather' " Bureau Brick South- worth, Observer. CHUBCHES. Catholic Chuboh. First mass every Sunday and holy day at 6:30 a. m. Second mass and preachln? 9:15 a. m., followed by benediction. j Bev. J. P.. MqParland. Pastor. Ohbibtian' CnujtoH. Snnday school at 9:30 a. m., F. D. Bash, Sunt. Communion immediately following. Prayer meeting every Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. M. E. CiitJBOH'. First Sunday, ass meeting at 11 a. m., bto. uinoir.j T.ontr. Ipnrlfir "Rnmilar nreachinc s"""' Bervicee second and third Sundays! in the country today and is being awi a. m. ana p. m, inisisnau station now. Young people's prayer trails lie in that direction. CiiakijIR ray. Sachem. Haiikv Long, 0. of B. Visiting members are cordially invited to attend any of these Lodges Wilson "America First" Buttons Free This paper has arranged with Na tional Monthly, the country's fore most Democratic magazine, to mail ten of the famous Wilson "America birst" buttons free and postpaid to each of our subscribers who will send us 1.50 to renew their subscription to this paper and to include a year subscription to National Monthly. This is an extra special offer made only for this important presidential year when National Monthly wi prove more attractive than ever to its thousands of Democratic readers National Monthly is edited by former Chairman Norman E. Mack of the Democratic National Committee, one of the foremost editors of the coun try. 'I he Wilson "America First Buttons are real beauties l hey are in the patriotic red, white and blue The words "America First ' are in red surrouning a picture of President Wilson, in blue, al on aJ white back 7 his is, the most popular meetlm; each Wednesday at 7 p. m General prayer meeting Thursday at 7 p. m. Official Board meets on Monday night after each third Sun' day. Ladies' Aid' on Wednesday, Sunday School each Sunday morn ing -at 9:80 a.m. Bev. J. L. Burton, Pastor Hi. E.Chorou, South. Bev. W. -A. Grant, pastor. Services on every Scniay at 11 a. m. and 7:Jd p. m. Sunday Bchool at 9:30 . m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday ven!ngB at 7:30 o'clock. .Ladles Aid Society every Monday after- -aoon. Official Board meeting Mon dav after first Sunday :u each month. Missionary baptist Ghdboh -Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p.m. Sunday school 9:45. .Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 7:30. Ladies Aid meets every Tuesday at 2:60 p. m. Bev. Z. L. Conoway, Pastor. General Baptist Chuboh. Services fourth Sunday morning and .evening in each month and Satur day evening preceding. Prayer meeting Tuesday evenlt.R. Sunday school 10 a. m. Bev. L. L. Todd, Pastor. Episcopal Chuboh Services 2nd ' -and 4tn Sunday night at 7:45 at the Xibrary. Sunday School at 3 p. m. Bev. Geo. C. Abbitt, Bector. LODGES. Masonic Lodge E. W. Turner, tNb. 548 meets 1st. and 3rd. Fridays An each month. Ellsworth Evans, Sec. Victoria Lodge, No, 84, K. of P. .meets every Monday night. Visit' van welcome. Ernest Newton, K.of B. and S. Hopkins Lodge, A. O. U. W. No C661 meets everThursday night. Y. Q. Walker, Sec. Golden Cross Lodge, Earlmgton. jno. tab meets let. ana Bra, Saturday nigntineacn montn. Mrs. Bertha Umstead, Sec Degree of Honor, No. 10 meets 1st and 3rd Saturday nights in each month. Miss Lizzie Huff, Sec. Sen Hur Lodge, Earlington uourt, jno. 66, meets every lBt and .fird Monday night at old Masonic .Hall. Da. c. B. Johnson, Scribe, "Woodmen of the World, Catalpa Camp No. 801, meets every Wednes day night In the Victory building. jvh momnori are earnestly request fled to be there. B. E. Nixon, Consul Com. C. S. Crenshaw, Clerk. "Modern Woodmen of the World 5?o. 11092 meets every Wednesday. Y. Q. Walker, Sec Elks, B. P. O. No. 738 meets at .Wadlsonvllle Monday night. MorbibEohlman, Exalted Ruler. J. M. MoPiierson, Secretary. "Earllngtoil Chapter, U. D. C. meets 1st Thursday in each month (jat2;80p. m. !r Mrs. V. B. Davis, Pres. Knights and Ladies of Security vll meet every second and fourth .Monday nights. Visiting members invited to attend. , Clauik Lq3, Clerk. 'BtandwiU Tribe No. o7.Meet8 every Friday sleep. All Todln' proudly worn by American citizens regardless of party, in every State in the Union. Send us $1.50 today to renew your subscription to this pa per for one year and to include year's subscription to National Monthly and ten of the Wilson "America First" buttons free and postpaid. tf. CASTORIA For Infants and Children, In Us For Over 30 Years Always bears . the Signature of Edison Talks Submarine Thomas A. Edison, told the House Committee on Naval Af fairs that, given proper equip msnt, he could turn out a sub marine in rwo week". Mr. Edi son's plan is to construct the ex perimeut.il laboratory iftked for by Naval, Advisory Board, con duct experiments there until the perfect, engine is discovered then standardize all the parts of the mechanism. He would call on the small manufacturers in all parts of the couutry to make these parts for immediate de livery. An Ideal Spring laxative A goqa.and time tired, remedv Is Dr. King's New Life Pills. The first dose will move the sluggish bowels, stlmulute the liver aud cloar the system or waste and blood un purine, xou owe it to yourself to uitjnr Hie system oi nouy poisonB accumulated during the winter. Dr. King's New Life PIIIb will do it. 25o atjyour druggist. Are You a Woman ? Oardui The Woman's fonic FM SALE AT ALL MONKI . J THEBEE ADDS NEWJEATRE TheEurlingtoh Bee, always anxious to please its readers and keep abreast of the times, has added a four-page Comic Supplement for every Fri days issue, including a half page of cut out puzzles for the little girls and boys. The first issue will be on St. Pat rick's Day, March 1 7th., and will consist of "Slim and the Police Force" "Inbad the Sailor" Jerry MacJunk""Re morsless Rogers" and "Willie Westinghouse" and "Clumsy Claude." These are all up to-date comics and will of course be different each issue The Bee is the only Semi- Weekly paper in Western Kentucky using the four-page supplement and it will doubt less prove to be an attractive feature. With the addition of this four page comic sup plement and the up-to-date staff of local news gatherers now working for the Bee it should be a very easy matter for contestants to secure new apd renew subscriptions. Contestants who are work ing for the Cincinnati River trip and the $50.00 silver ser vice set can get a receipt book and sample copies of the papers by colling, or writ ing this office. Right now is the time to go to work in this contest as every dollar you get on subscription counts 1000 votes and the number of votes will not be change at any time during tne con test. This will undoubtedly be the biggest and" best trip we have ever conducted and the party will consist of 50 or more from this place, Mor tons Gap, St. Charles. Madi sonville, Nortonville and Ey ansville. Contestants who are interested are asked to call at the Bee Office or cal up the Bee Office for further information. War Department Aeroplane Aernplxnee to be supplied the War Department hereafter are to be Qtcod underneath with a luck plate of steel to protect the pilot, observor and engine from rill? or sharpuel fire. Mili tary aeroplanes 01 dored by War Department will y nf two typ. ; one will Imvp sped if HO miles an hour aud will curry two pur sons; oilier will 1)h cupablw of 05 miles mi hour, Crtrrjim: pilot, ogserver und bomb thrower. On Utter macluues provision will bo made for machino yun on a mov able base. A Texas Wonder The Texas Wonder eur kidney and bladder troubles, dissolves grav el, cures diabetes, weaK and lame backs, rheumatism and all Irregu larities of bladder troubles, reinuir ing gravel, the kidneys and bladder In both men and women. Regulates bladder troubles In children. If not Sold by your druggists will tm bpiii by mall on reoslpt of $1.00. One small bnttle Is two mouth treat ment and sxldom full to perfect a cure. Send for testimonials from Kentucky and other "tntes, Or. K W. Hall. 29 0 Olive St., 8t Luhh, Mo. Sold by all druvglstr. WemeiCCnee MAE8HMALL0W DAINTIES v j F ir mnrliiiiHlin a- dainties bin one-half prm m) of mnrnhinallnw ann one-half pound of vhuiIIh t T . .. winery i,v a niiirsnmanow on top of each wiifer. Place in hot oven to browu ainck v liuhtiy. 11 in Keep Your Bowels Regular As everyone knows, the bnwnla nr ine sewerage svstem of the h.,H. ann ir is or tne greatest lmnortanne that they move once each riav. If your Dowels become conHinatcd. take a doe of f!hftinh-rlai..' t.hi.. just arter supper and thev will con-eon the disorder. Obtainable everywnere. THIS IS CERTAIN Tht Proof That Earlington Cannot Deny Readers What could furnlsn stronger evi dence of the efficiency orany remedy than the test of time? Thousands of people testify that. I)oan'a Kidney Pills have brought lasting results Home endorsement should prove undoubtedly the merit of this rem edy. Years ago your friends and neighbors testified to the relief they had derived from the use of Doan's Kidney Fills, They now confirm their testimonials. They say time has completed the test. j. vv. Aimon, juaruogtou, says: 'My kidneys were weak and I had to get up at night to naBsthe kidney secretions Doan's Kidney Pills re neven nio in a snore time and one box completely cured me." (State ment given March, Cth, 1D08.) OVER THREE YEARS LATER, Mr. Almon said: "I haven't been bothered by kidney trouble since Doan's Kidney i'llls cured me." Price COcts at all dealers, Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Almon had. FoBter-Mllburn Co., Props.. Buffalo, N. Y. Spanish Playing Card. Spanish playing cards run from 18 to 240 to tho pack, according to the camcs for which tbey are usd. Colds Quickly Relieved Many people oough and couch from the beginning of Fall right through to Spring. Others pat mih and after cold. Take Dr. King's New Discovery and you will get al most immediate relief. It chenir. your oold. stops the, racking, rasn- n ir, tlSBUe-tearlm; couch, henla the nfUmmatlon,Booihes the raw tubes Easy to take. Antisentla and Heal. IntSV Get a GOo bottle of Dr. King's ew discovery aud keen it in the bouse. "It is certainly a. uront medioiua aud I keep a bnttlfi of It continually on baud." wriUs W. (1 wmiuiu, Krauooniu, N. H. Moneyif, ck f not eatUfled but it nearly al.T11 PATIENCE. Patience Is a virtue which, if you have It not, you should strive to attain. Patience Is really the capacity or and habit of enduring or suffering. It la shown by the serenity with which we submit to the annoy ance caused us by others on the one hand and Is displayed In a wider and deeper sense by the fortitude which one exhibits In the concerns of life, in good and bad fortune. thencver You Need a General Tonic Take Grove's The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is equally valuable as a General Tonic because it contains the well known tonic propcrtiesof QUININE and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds ud the Whole System. 20 cents. A Curious Echo. Among the most noted echoes Is that beard from the suspension bridge across the Mcnal strait. The sound of a blow from a hammer on one of the main piers of the structure Is re turned In succession from each of the crossbeams that support the roadway and from tho opposlto pier at tho dis tance of 070 feet, in addition to which the sound Is many times repeated be tween tho waer and the roadway at the rate of twenty-eight times In Ave seconds. Proper Treatment for Biliousness For a loner time Min r.ni atoi. ton, Churchvllln. Tf. v. . hinn... and had slok headache and dizzy pells. Chamberlain's Tablets were the only thing that gave her per manent relief. Obtainable every-where. Where They Differed, After suffering u long time with toothache the young colored girl got up her courage enough to go to tbo dentist. Tho moment ho touched tbo tooth sbo began to scream. "Look here," he said, "you mustn't ell like that Don't you know I'm a 'painless dentist'!" "Well, mebbo yo' Is nalnlesa, sab," she said, "but Ah ain't" Now in Good Health Through Use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Say it is Household Necessity. Doctor Called it a Miracle. All women ought to know the wonderful effects of taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound even on those who seem hopelessly ill. Here arc three actual cases: ITarrabure, ronn. " 'When I wis Bliiglo I suf fered a great ileal from female weakness liecnuae my work comjwlled me to stand nil day. I took Lydia E. l'iiikliam's Vegetable Compound for that and was mado stronger by its use. After I wan married 1 tooK tno compound again ior a icmaie trouble and after three months I passed what the doctor called a growth. lie said it was a miracle tnat it camo nwny na 0110 generally goes unuer the knife to havo them removed. I nover want to be without your Compound in tho bouse." Mrs. Fiiank Knodl, 1C42 Fulton St., Harrisburg, Penn. Hardly Able to Move. Albert Lea, Minn." For about a year I had sharp pains across my back and hips and was hardly ablo to movo around tho bouse. My bead would ncho and I was dizzy and had no appetite. After taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vcgctablo Compound and Liver Pills, I am feeling stronger than for years. I have a littlo boy eight months old and am doing my work all alone. I would not bo without your remedies in the bouse as there are nono liko them." Mrs. F. E. Yost, OH Water St, Albert Lea, Minn. Three Doctors Gave Her Up. Pittsburg. Penn. "Your mcdieino has helped me (Wonderfully. Whon I was a girl 18 years old I was always sickly and delicato and suffered from irregulantios. Thrco doctors gavo mo up and said I would go into consumption. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and with tho third bottle began to feel letter. I soon becamo regular and I got strong and shortly after I was married. Now I havo two nice stout healthy children and am ablo to work hard every day." Mrs. Clementina DuEnitiNo,34 Gardner St,TroyIIiH, Pittsburg, Penn. All women are invited to writ o to tho Lydia E. Plnkhnm Medi cine Co., Lynn, Mass., for special ndvlco, It will bo confidential. Enl HKr M mm Classification. 'STIieu you have no castes In Amer tea?" - "Not yet" "You mean things arc tending that way?" "Well, It seems to me sometimes that tome people are trying to classify u according to the automobiles wo own." Louisville Courier-Journal. Labor. N'n creator misfortune could befall a uplo tlinn a general belief tbat labor I moan manual quite as much as I11 ollcctuiil toll is to be summed, to tm -vmictl or to be looked down upon as : it.. .... .... t ... ttt ni ....... The Court of Last Iteiort Arouna tne stove of the cross roads grocery Is the real court of last resort, for It flnallv nvrr.rulea all others. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, has been brought before this court In almost every cross roads trrocerv in thm enuntrv. and bas alwavs reolvml a favdrable ver- .diet. It Is In tlH country where man expects to receive full value for his money tbat this remodv la most an. predated. Obtainable everywhere. Conceit Conceit puffs a man un. but. alas. furnishes no props 'for hun. Florida' Times-Union.. Piles Cured In O to M Days ' ' Your dnnlil lll refund moncr If PAZO OINTMKNT fiUf to cure ny etie of Itch I nr. Bllod.DleedlnsorProlrudlnrPlleiln6toMdar. Tlx fitit appllc itlon glvta Kaie and Reft. JOc. ( Every W oman Wnnts FOR PERSONAL MVntFNF Diatolred la water for dauehea poiric catarrh, ulceration and tnfUm-1 maton. Kecommended by Lydia E.) wuiui men. v-o, tor ten yean. I A healing wondeV for natal catarrh, I (ore th roat and tore eyea. Economical. I nuomjaui, and nickkl pewtf. 1 at l-mimn I air, CanwlT, UoUen. MtM. The Next Issue of The Bell Directory GOES TO PRESS SOON Every Bell subscriber, almost without exception, Is able to buy the gooda advertised In this directory. Reserve your apace today. Ask tbo Manager for rates. Itcbl Itcbl Ilcbl 'Scratcbl Scratch) Scratch, Tbo mora you icritcb, ibaworialbeitcb. Try Doan'i Ointment. For eczema, any akin Itching. a boa, ioc Tattooed Whiskers. The Ainu women tattoo tbclr faces to give them die appearance of men with whiskers. For Your Child's Cough If your child has a cold, nose runa or cnuxhs much iret a small bottle of Dr. Hell's liut Tar-Honey. Its a plHasaut l'lueH'ar Honey syrup, just what children like and just the medicine to snoth tbe oouuh and hck tliB anid. After tkin4. otul- d ran stop trotting, sieD'Mir.( and re. soon autirxiy v. h. insist .m r. Hall's finte-lr-H"! ev m your druggist. s Supplements Changes and your other fS&gSa'i corrections advertising ftf in listings ' but does not wffjl jcL should be conflict 3gL tm ' made at once with other GHN for the new BOX 252, MADISONVILLE. KENTUCKY.