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AUL M. MOORH.
t-JlTOR AND PUBLI8HBP J. Q. PAWOHTT tOClE EDITOR AND BUSINESS MANA8ER Member ot Kentucky Press Association and Secbnc District Publishers League Advertising Rates Display Advertisement. single UtDrt 25o per incl .Locals and Inside Pages, Headers 60 per lino Resolutions and Cards of Thanks Go rer 1 no Obituary Poetry 60 per line Slight reductions on time contract display advertise ments. ' Also locals that run levoral months without change Enterod at the Earllngtou Post Office as Second Glass Matter. flrowctf Office in Meiisonsillt, Kaitacky, Mist Lucy Faacelt, Manager, Pich. No. i'l Telephone 47 Tuesday Jane 6, 1916 Patience. 'Tatlent man, Isn't he?" "1cb, Indeed. Even when ho Is In tlio greatest hurry to dress he will pa tiently stop to disentangle his neckties from his wife's hnlr nets without com plaining." Detroit Frco Tress. When bby luffer) wilhMiema or nnt lleli Ins skin trouble, me Deen't Glnimenl. A little or II rom a long wy and 11 la Mfe tat ehlldten. joc a boq at all (teres. Need Prodding. "It Is n greot mistake, Mnbol, to trlflo with the affections of a man who loves you by encouraging some one clso." "Well, he's a lltUe slow, auntie. 1 think he needs a pacemaker." - E ARLINGTON BANK i Report of (he condition of the Earlington Bank, doing busincH In the town of L Earlington, County of Kopkinr, State of Kentucky, at the doit of business on ylht 1st day of June, 1916. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts Overdrafts, secured and unsecured .Stocks, Bonds and other Securities Due from Banks Cash oh hand Checks and other cash items Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures father Real Estate Other Assets not included under any of above heads. Total. .$102,397.01 71.06 . 2,000.00 88,507.30 . i4.748.IS 000 1,200.00 000 000 .$208 923.52 1 LIABILITIES ,1 Capital Stock paid in, in full $ 15,000.00 Surplus Fund 10,000.00 Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxes paid.. 1,032.16 Deposits subject to check .J5 95724.3a IDemand Certificates of Deposits 87,167.04 182,891.36 "Time Deposits 000 Certified Checks , 000 'Cashier's checks outstanding 000 Due Banks and Trust Companies . Notes and Bills Rediscounted. Unpaid Dividends Reserve for taxes JBills Payable JDther Liabilities not included under any of above heads. . Total $208,923. 52 000 000 000 000 000 000 Drives Out Alalarln, Uullcls Up System The Old Standard general strengthening tonic, GROVB'S TA8Tl!LltS8 chill TONIC, drives out Malaria, enriches the Wood, and builds up the ays. tern. A true tonic. For adults and children. 50c. A Literal Fall. "I hear the newly weds had n. falling out yesterday." "So soon? What was It about?" "About the turn In the road yonder. Their rear tire blow up." Baltimore American. Sad to Have a Cold Hang On Don't lot yonr cold hang on, rack your system and become chronic wneti ur. Heir I'ltie-Tar. Honey will help you. It hpl 1 nlH 111111 a tlon, soothes the counl) aud looseuk the phlegm. Yhu breathe easier nt once. Dr. Bell's Plne-Tar-Honey Is a laxative Tar Svrtiu. trie pine tar balsam heals the raw spots, loosens tne mucous ana prevents irritation of the bronchial tubes. Just net a bottle ot Dr. Bell's Plne-Tar-Honey to-day, its guaranteed to help you. At druggists. Valuable Advice. 'Vou arc always asking me for ad vice, but you never seem to tnke any that I give." "I know It Tou see, I am frequently In doubt before I consult you as to what Is the best thing not to do." Never can tell when tou'll math a finger cr suffer a cnt, brniie, burn or tcanld, Be prepar ed. Thousands rely on Dr. Thomas Eclectic Oil. Your druggist sells It. Jjc and 22c - Set. STATE OF KENTUCKY County of Hopkins "We, Jas. R. Rash and W. L. Phillips, President and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. ' Jas. R. Rash, President. W. L. Phillips, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of June, 191 6. Brick Southworth Notary Public, Hopkins County, Ky. My Commission Expires Jan. 12, 1918. Figured Ou?. "Miss Day claims she is just twenty 3oar years old." I "Miss Day? knew her father well. Ho died thirty years ago." "Then she's thirty If she's a Day, isn't she?" St. Louis Post Dispatch. CASTORIA For Infants and Children . In Use For Over 30 Years -Always bears -7 -r Signature of A Texas Wonder The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, dissolves grav ed cures diabetes, weag and lame backs, rheumatism and all Irfegu larltles ot bladder troubles. remov ing gravel, the kidneys and bladder In both men and women. Regulates bladder troubles in children. Knot sold by your druggists will be sen by malt on receipt ot $1.00. One small bottle Is two mouths treat moot and seldom fails to perfect I cure. Send for testimonials from Kentucky and other States, Dr. F, W. Hall.29?G Olive St., kSt Louih Mo. Sold by all druggists. A Carlylo View. Carlrle compared the advnnce of the world to the nrocress of some drunken man who, reeling from one side of the street to the other, slowly ana at tne expense of much wasted effort finally arrives ht his destination. irTicnever Vou Need a deneral Tonic Take drove's The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Is equally valuable as a General Tonic because it contains the well known tonicpropertiesof QUININE and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds ud the Whole System. SO cents. 1 He Learned the Lesson. "Tommy, you should not fight with thnt Jimpson boy." "I fcnQlY It, ma." . "That's right." "But I didn't know it before I hit him." Birmingham Age-Herald. Telephones on Farms 50c per Month and Up 0 If there is no telephone on your I 1 farm write for our free booklet telling how you may get service at small cost. ; K Address ' FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT .tn. m m m wmm m m M " I I I 11 I . and Telegraph Company INCORPORATED. IC ' ft BOX 252, MADIS0NV1LLE, KENTUCKY. To feel strong:, have Rood appetite and dlgea. lion, sleep aoundly and enjoy life, use (Burdock Blood Bitterr, the (amlly lyitetn tcnic. Pricf ' X ' A Foolish Notion. "The critics say the last act of our play falls flat," remarked the manager. 'Hum," said the "angel," "can't you put In a few of those 'props' I hear you theatrical people talking so much about !" Birmingham Age-Herald. Uiarrhoea Quickly Cnred Abnur two veart. Hgn I nrl a severe attack of diarrhoea which laHed for iwrHwB. - w-ir, w. O. Jones uuioru, j. D I became so weak that 1 could nnt stanil, uprtuht. a dfUL'L'Ul. rHCIllllllielKlHll f'l.nmhar- Uln'b Col e, Choi' m Diarrhoea Jtemxny. rue lirut, rinse relieved me at'tl within fw. iliiytt I was as wen as ever." Obttiuable every, where. , Impossible. "Do you .think the movies will drlvi the spoken drama off the stage?" "It can't be dene. Some of .our lead lug actors have been trying for year to do that very thing." St. Louis Poat Dispatch. Beauty More Than Skin Beep A beautiful wiiiimn nlnruvu In. good digeatfmi. If your digestion Is inuur. unmnnt-r n urn ruh ttt or Ml do vou irnnrf. ( i.itnlimhlA nvor whero. The Swedish Law. In Sweden tlio tostlmonv of n .mm under sixteen years of nee will not ho accepted in court. The Strong Withstand the Heat ot summer ueiier man the Weak Oldneoolewlio are fprhlo ml Deonle who are wrntr. will ia et,ni..,i and enabled to go through the depress. "s "cm ui auwuicr uy taicing rccularlv Grove'aTBSrlp9riil1ITnlo T. ...ir.J- ---- - .iuuiiucb and enriches the blood and builds up the whole system. 50c. His Contribution. Kvory performer Is colng to con tribute a little to our show. The strong man Is going to give noma ex hibitions of his strength." I sec. lie, too, will contribute hi might." Baltimore American. fha Oulnlna That Dn Nnt :il.,l Tk u..x ---- - ' - - - .v, nn.ni ll.au Because of Ita tonic and laxative effect. LAXA. TIVB BROMOQ0ININBU better tbVnordfnlrV Quinine and doca not cauae nervousness nor ringing- in bead. Remember the full name and joefe lor the altmature ot K. W. CXOVK. xsc. READ HTDN As a careful business or household manager, you do notjvvant to let opportunities for economical buying pass you by. . Thar is not the way of thrifty people. It is nor the way to success. This being a general store, where a little of everything is sold, it enables you to step from counter and make all of your purchases quickly and under one roof. You save time. Buying in large quantities as we do, enables us to sell to you in return at the closest margins of profit, depending entirely on our large volume of sales to insure us a living balance. READ RIG When you want your warm weather clothingfor men, women or children this is the logical place to come. Our stock is large, our buying was done early before the sharp advance in price, and we are therefore able to make you very advantageous prices on any article you need. It is not' nec essary for us to go into rhapsodies in print over this stock. All that is necessary is to have you see it, note the quality and workmanship, and compare the prices with others. We are perfectly satisfied that these three points will be sufficient to convince you. KEEP ON READIN A great many people will tell you that this store is the most economical . place in town to buy groceries, provisions, salt aud smoked meats, canned and bottled goods, confectionery, etc. We especially want to emphasize the excel lence of our brand of flour. It is quite impossible for any merchant to sell a brand of flour that will give any more general satisfaction all around. The tre mendous sale on this flour is its greatest recommendation. In our grocery de partment you can find practically anything on earth you desire, and you will find prices alwayf right down to bedrock. DON T STOP Until you are inside of this store, and don't leave until you have at least given us a 'trial order. Any of our customers will tell you that it is a matter of actual all around economy to trade here. Thoy know, because they have been trading with us continuously for many years. Will you favor us with a trial or der? It will pay. . t. Berna i i mm mining Co INCORPORATED Earlington Store 8