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4 C by Pach Bros. CHARLES EVANS HUGHES. J. 4. 4. . . ..... DETROIT'S IMPRESSIONS OF A MAN. Governor Hughes' visit to Detroit opened the presidential campaign of 1916, and If we may forecast the evente that are to follow by the omene of Monday we would prognosticate an Intentely warm, vivid and humanly Interesting period In the next few monthe. 8ettlng aside the aueplcee of meteorological conditlone In this previ sion of the future although they are approved by numeroue profeselonal augura and by a host of commonalty as well we base this prophecy on the characteristlee of the candidate whose too brief etay with us has been enjoyed by alt with whom he came Into contact. The misguided Individuals who have been expecting Charles E. Hughes would prove to be a cold propoaltion and therefore easy to beat are In for a shock that will make them think they have been hit by an uninsulated trolley wire. There le nothing cold about Mr. Hughes, Detroit hae learn ed. He is about as intensely human a piece of humanity ae ever captured the hearta of a crowd, and the more people In the United States he meets between now and November the more votes will be cast for him. As a campaigner he ie a revelation. He likee hie fellow beinge, and they Ilka him because tHey eee he likee them. And what his personality begine hie remarkable powera of Intellect and utterance finish. He drives his points home with tremendous force. What he says sticks. There are thousands of Americans today who can retell every etep In the arguments he made eight years ago on the Bryan trust policy, yet in 1903 Mr. Hughes was not especially a promlnsnt figure and therj was no particular reason why his address more than others should have remained clearly in the memory except the gift of the man to eend hie own thoughte eo deep Into the brains of others. They are clear in his own mind first, undoubtedly. He knows precisely what he wante to say because he has reasoned it out before he speake It out. Probably that has something to do with the ease with which he conveye hie meaning. But it le a very rare quality he possesses in his ability to master subjects so thoroughly as to make the most abstruse simple to himself and hie hearers. It Is a quality eminently desirable in a political candidate. It le Infinitely more to be desired in the president of a great country like the United States. Detroit's impression of Charles E. Hughes is ail favorable. The thou sands of people who have studied him at close range are convinced that If he Is elected presldont next November he will be a great president, one of the greatest this nation has known, worthy to stand In history with George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, a custodian of the republic'e fate to whom that fate may confidently be Intrusted. If that conviction hi ehared by the people of other states whom he is still to meet the out come of his swing around the great American circle cannot fail to be pro pitious for him. Detroit Froo Press. BLOODY PROSPERITY. No one disputes a temporary prosperity in our land today. But It Is eectlonal In its factory aspect, abnormal In Its fovered rush, fictitious In Its essentials and perverting In its tendency. Worse; it is the gold eluiced from tho river of blood, poured out by tho horrifying sacrifice of millions of our fellow men. God forbid that wo should boast a prosperity wrought In such waste of human life. Wo had rather rejoice in the prosperity of peace. United States Senator Warren G. Harding. : . CHARLE3 WARREN. FAIRBANKS. CITY DIRECTORY. Mayor W. E. Hash. Polled Judge John M. Gander, Chief of Police J. II. Hamby. Night Clilef-A. J. Bennett. City Clerk It. O. MoKuen. Treasurer Frank B. Arnold. Olty Physician V. K. Nlsbot. Oltr HrtBlneer R. E. VVIilnller. Oouncllmen Madison Oldham. M nohnti, F. I). IUih.U.M.Evans.ThoB. Blair, O. M. Honry. Meeting night first Monday night Hi eaoif montn. School Trustees Paul M. Moore Pres. : Krnest Newton. Seer. : J. II Klslt, Trea. ; Q, W. MotherBliead nnrl A. O. Rink. Board of Heilth--Br. W. K. NIs- bet. II. D. Cowand and IS. M. Tra hern. Ptmarer Chan. B. Burnett. Finn Dmpawtmhnt H. W, Roar ers, Uhif ; F. B. Arnold, Assistant UMtnr; una. Harnett, uaptatn Claude Taw. Vf. D. Cnvauess. link er Filiate, Geo. T. Miller, Will Rav hum, Bryant. Deal and G. Y. Tllford Firemen. Veather Bureau Brlok South worth, Observer. CHtJKCHBS. Oathomo Cnunoit. Kfrst mast every Stindnv and holy riny at 0:81 a. m. Second mans and prenchlnp B:i5 a tn., loiioweu ny Doneuiction Rot. Li. IS. Clements, rastor, Christian Chukoh. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m., F. D. Rash, Sunt. Communion immediate); following:. Prayer meeting vory Wednesday at7:su p. m. M. E. Church. First Sunday, class meeting at 11 a. m., Brn. Otto Long, loader. Regular preaching services second and third Sundays at 11 a. m. and 7 p. in. This Is half station now. Young people's prayer meeting each Wednesday at 7 p. tn. Genera) prayer meeting Thursday at 7 p. m. Official Board meets on Monday nicht after each third Sun day. Ladles' Aid on Wednesday, Sunday School each Sunday morn Ing at 9:30 a.m. Rev. J. L. Burton, Pastor. M. E. Ciiuroit, Sooth. Rev. W A. Grant, pastor. . Services on every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:4b p. m. Sunday school at 9:3( a. m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday evenings at 7:su o'oiock. ijaaies Aid Society every Monday after noon. Official Board meeting Hon dav after first Sunday :u each month. Missionary baptist Ciiuroii Services every Sunday at 11 a. m, and 7:45 n. m. Sunday school 9:46. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 7 :3J. Jjaaies Aia meets every Tuesday at 2:60 p. m. Rev. Z. T. Connaway, Pastor. Uenpkai. Baptist Ciioroii.- Services lourt h Sunday morning and evening in encn montu ana uatur day evening preceding. Prayer meeting Tuesday ovenlt-R. Sunday school 10 a. m. Rev. L. L. Todd, Pastor. Episcopal Church Services i Library. Rev. Geo. C. Abbitt, Rector. LODGES. Masonic Lodge E. W. Turner No. 648 meets 1st. and 3rd. Fridays in eacn montn. Ellsworth Evans, Sec. Victoria Lodge, No. 84, K. of P meets every Monday night. Visit ors welcome. Ernest Newton, K. of R. and S. Golden Cross Lodge, Earlington No. 625 meets 1st. and 3rd, Saturdaj nignt in eacn montn. Mrs. Bertha TJmbtead, Sec Woodmen of the World, Catalpt- camp JNo. 3ui, meets every Wednes day night in the Victory building, All members are earnestly request ed to be there. Chas. Gill, Consul Com B. E. Nixon. Clerk. Elks, B. P. O. No. 738 meets at Madisonvllle Monday night. MorrisKoiilman, Exalted Ruler J . M. MoPhebson, Secretary. Earlington Chapter, U. D. O. meets 1st Thursday in each moutl at 2:30 p. m. wrs. i. ii. uavis, 1'res. Knights and Ladies of Security will meet every second and fourth Monday nights. Visiting members' invited to attenu. Claude Lono, Clerk. Standwaltee Tribe No. 67. Meets every Friday sleep. AH Indians' trails He in tnat direction. Charlie Kay, Sachem. Harry Lono, C. of R. Visiting members are cordtalh Invited to attend any of thest Lodges. Very Startling. Tho young Sunday school teacher felt she had gained the attention and Interest of all her pupils, even the lit- tlo boy who usually sat looking nround tho room of the primary department. Willi, his chin In his hand he seemed totally absorbed In her subject Be neath his strong gazo she waxed elo quent. She stopped for breath and it was then he said, "Do you know you have eyes exactly like our cat?" Bourbon Poultry Curo down a chicle's throat cures capes. A lew drops tn the dries lug; water cures and prevents diarrhoea, cholera and other chicle diseases. One SOo bottle makes 12 cations o( medicine. At all drucclsta, or by mall postpaid. Valuable poultry book free. , OUBBSI lEttEOI CO., UIIHTOI, K Sold by ST. 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