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1 J r 4 AND- rap -... j.ANtt-' f Friday Afternoon Tridaqf Af ternooB TRADE WHERE YOU LIVE OR LIVE WHERE YOU TRADE TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR EARUNGTON. HOPKINS COUNTY. KY., FRIDAY. 0C70DER 20. 1916 No. 83 13 mack logan d:nied bail Ferguson and Tribble Must Also Stay in Jail To be Tried in February Mack Logan, Buck Ferguson and Frnnk Tribble, charged with tho murdor of Oul-t of IM'ce K II Keach, at Diwson Spriiu last Julv, wore refused bill by Judge Ourl HtMiderMin at Mudi aonvillo Thursday. The three men mast remain in J 1 until t hoi t trials In F. bruiry. Tim caios wore continued until tho February term of circuit 4i court Wednesday b -cause of lib. sont witnesses. BREAKS A GOLD IN FEW HOOK-TRY IT! First Dose of Pape's Cold Compound Relieves All Grippe Misery Don't stay stuffed-upl Quit blowing and sniiftlngl A Iobo of "Pape'd Gold Oompound" taken ovory two hours until throe dosos are taken will end grippe misery and break up a severe cold cither in tho head, chest, body or limbs. It promptly opens cloiged-p nostrils and air-passages; stops nasty discharge or nose runuinisj relieves sick headache, dullness, feverisbness, soro throuf, sneez ing, soreness and stiffnessr ' Tape's Cold Oompound" is tho quickest, surest relief known and costs only 25 cents at druc stores. It acts without assist nnce, tastes nice, and cautes n i inconvenience. Don't accept u eubstitutc. E, H, S. ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Tho pupils of tho Eirliugtou High School met in tho school nuditorium Wednesday after noon to organize an Eirlington nigh School Athletic Association. Mies Ileller actod as chairman cl tho meeting aiid the purpose of such an association was dis cussed. Before the meeting was adjourned tho orgauizition was completed with ltx Hanibv us president; Miss Gladys Waller, vico president; PaulJones, treas urer, and Miss Anna West, secre tary. Itav. I. K. Clements returned Thursday from a lUliing trip at Oalgor's lake. Worth Careful Thought Do you read tho label to know whether your baking powder is made from cream' of tartar or, on the other hand, from alum or phosphate? Royal Baking Powder is mado from cream of tartar, derived from grapes, and adds to the food only wholesomo qualities. Other baking powders contain alum or phosphate, both of mineral origin, and used as substitutes for cream of tartar because of their cheapness. Kever sacrifice quality and healthful ness for low price, ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York The K u elm Concert" Company It was a company of real mu sicians, who proved themselves each a delightful entertainer, that opened tho E irllngton High School lyceum.cnurso in tho aud itorium of The John B. Atkinson Memorial School building on Tuesday evening. It was the Kuelui Concert Oompiny of Ohi cgo. Ueorg Bruno Kuehn, vio linist, it pot only a finished mu sician on his clioin instrument, but is poJRosfO'l of a fine good iin ni or which CHlches his hearers tliuugh iximssoil in vory brokeu English. Mrs, Kuehn is a true urtiat at tho piano mid is possess ed of 'an tugugiug person tin y. Her wotk wu most delightful. Ilz 1 Folsom Du'gy sing bril Imutiy or Bveei ly and softly as tlio-varied ;f't-cions demanded, charming the children or thrill ing their elders us the case might b. Earl Hopkins, 'cellist, play ed Ins great instrument with masterful touch and beautiful tone. Frnf. Dudley and tho ladies of fie Parent-Teachers Associaticn, who have mado this lyceum course possible, are to bo thank od and congratulated. Tho suc ceeding numbers of the course also promise to be very attractive. CAPTAIN BEN ' WILSON HONORED During the parade of the troops at El Pa-o, Texas, recently Capt. Ben Wilson, of Co. G Kentucky Nation al Guard, was honored by being des ignated, as one of the four captains to command a company of the Ihird Kentucky infantry, which was form ed into four companies of war strength. This was quite an honor for the captain of the local company. Speaks At Richland . Hon. W. T fowler of Hopkins ville, Republican nominee for con gress, is billed to speak at Richland tonight in the interest of his candidacy and that of Charles Evans Huges. A number of local Republicans contem plate attending. Donation Party ListMinday evening a num ber of tho members of the M. E. Church, South, met at tho parsonage and brought a num ber of packages of good things to eat, etc., which were greatly appreciated by the pastor and his famih. SPECIAL SERVICES 40 HOURS DEVOTION Tho Forty Hours Devotion will begin Sunday, Oct. 22, in the 0thnlio Church of tho Immacu late Conception with high mass at 0 o'clock by tho pastor, itev. L. E. Clements. 11 v. Father M.iloney, of Stan ley, will give an int-tructive ser mon Sunday night at 7 o'clock. All are cordially invited to hep him. The closing will takd place Tuesday at 8 o'clock with solemn high mass. Several priests ' will assist in the closing service, among whom will be Fatbits Welsh, Menaa, Finnegan, Miyerns and Mo loney. The Forty Hours Devftion (prayer) is in memory of our Lord's forty hours entombment prior to his glorious resurrection on Eister mortiiug. All are cor dially mvitod to these services. "CASCARETS" FOR A COLD, BAD BREATH OR SICK HEADACHE Best for Liver and Bowels, for Biliousness, Sour Stom ach and Constipation Get a 10-ceut box now. j Furred Tongue, Bid Colds, In digestion, Sillow Skin and Mis erable Headaches, conB-irotfi a torpid liver aud clogged bowels, which cause your stomach to bo come filled with undigested food, which sours aud ferments like garbage in a swill barrel. That's the flr6t step to uutold misery indigestion, foul gases, bud breath, yellow skin, mental fears, everything that is horrible and nauseating. A Cascaret to night will give your constipated bowels a thorough cleansing and straighten you out by morning. They work while, you sleep a 10-cent box from your druggist keep yon feeling good for months Millions of men and women take a Cascaret now and then to keep their stomach, liver and bowels regulated, and never know a miserable moment. Don't for get tho children their little in sides need a good, gentle cleans ing, too. State Doctors Meet at Hopkinsville Next Week Hopkinsville, Ky., Oct. 10. The annual meeting hero on Ojtobor 21-27 of the Kentucky State Medical Association ex pected to bring 500 or more doctor hero from all over the State, to gethcr with a number of repre sentatives of drug and supply house The affair will bo a big occasion, aud extensivo plans have been laid for proper enter tainment of tho big crowd. Special arrangements for hotel accomodations hayo beon made, aud everybody who comes is assu red of comfortable lodgings. It is UpTo You Tho year. 18S8 had one figure occurring three times. This is true of each century. Twice in every century thero is a treble figure. Now will you toll ue when, since tho beginning of the Christian Era, any figure was oftenest repeated, aud tell us the greatest number of times it could correctly be reported. FINE RAINS BREAK DROUTH Stock Water was Scarce and Some Mines Had Been Handicapped Fino mini Wedi.esdav, Wed nesday uigltt mi (I Thursday night, broke a drnutn which had exist ed for several weekl. In potni instances farmers fe ported stock water wj getting scarce. Somn vell near the citv werf alnntt drv. Severnl inuie in tl i( f otiiin hii'i been I an li cipued becauBH of ttie water shortage. The rains were general over the county. Which Will The Public Believe? The liquor organizations, thru liberal purchaso o f advertis ing space iu newspapers which have not yet freed themselves from liquor domination, are try ing to fool the puhlic iuto believ ing that prohibition is a failure from every point of view. Espec ially are they attacking the law in the newer prohibition states, even in their desperation quoting 21-year-old newspaber arricles to bolster up their arguments. Their mis-3tatemeutp, however, are so fligrant that they are overreach ing themselves. The advertise ment claiming "increase of ar rests" in. Denver, fqr, example, is flitly contradicted by tho facts as tet forth by Deuver officials. May or Speer is well known as a friend of the wets, yet, says tha Denver Express, he "has been startled at prohibition's ef fect in decreasing crime "Safety Manager Bailey (quoting turther from the Express) said "that he had been convinced of prohibi tion's benefits through the jail reports. The county jail used to bouse from 200 to 2G0 prison ers daily ; it now houses one-third that number. The city j Ail used to house about 100 prisoners a night; it now harbors about ouo tenth that number. There were 71 prisoners iu tho couuty jail Thursday and 18 in the city jail. "The two officials believe that if liquor can be entrely eliminated from the city, crime will be re duced to a surprisingly low min imum." Quarterly Meeting Monday Night The first quarterly meeting of tho conference year will be heid at the M. E. Church, South, Monday night. Rev. J. A. Good son, of Dixon, presiding elder, will be iu- tho city in time to preach Sunday night. REVIVAL DOING MUCH GOOD Large crowds are attending the re vival in pi ogress at the M. E. church and much interest is being manifest ed. The church is being strengthen ed and there has been one conversion. Kev. J. L. Burton is preaching some powerful sermons. National Flag. Each of tho sturs la tho flag stands for a state. Tho 13 red and whlto stripes represent the original "Old Thirteen" states. It Is said thut John Paul Jones was tho first to fly tho flag on tho ocean. But, llko most ev ery other question of any couscqucnco, this Is a subject of dispute. The Knocker Ever community has him, ev. cry community cupsos him, and evory community tolerates him. He is usually an unsuccessful business man whoso objection abla ways have bson tho direct cuuso of his losing in tho game of life. He must needs vont his st'l.ehousomeono or some thing. Admitting no fault in himself, ergo, the fault must be in his en vironment. .hence ho knocks. Ho is a pestiferous cuss, and as littlo as we ma believe it, he really does harm. He is sure to get tho ear of many new men in town and pours into their ers his abuse of the place. According to him condi tions are all crosswise. The bus iness men tiro cheats and swin- tiers. Tho professional men are quacks and shysters. To, his way if thinking thero isn't a decent i. nechanic in the placo. Even the i.tborers are lazy and trilling. The town is dead and is no place for a live man to tarry. His soured soul fairly writhes and squirms with sardonic joy when he sees that his miasmatic mouth ings are having their intended effect upon tho victim. That is tho knocker that is his story, his way. If there is a public enterprise planned that needs cooperation aud united effort he is immed iately possessed of a superior wisdom and begins with glee to point out all of the weak spots. No calculations can by any pos sibility work out as Intended. Men upon whom the enterprise depends will prove weak or traitors. Tho plans are all wrong. Tho whole thing is a piece of stupendous folly, aud he for one will have nothing to do with it. But what a pity he will nott That would be all the community would ask of him and his mouth. And thus it gees on year after year. Does it have any effect, you ask? It certainly does. The bus iness life of a community, con trary to the .opinions of many, is susceptible to influence from ad verse critics. Perhaps not half of his hearers know tho real cause of his pessimistic knock ings, and in many minds a doubt lingere and things that should go with a rush are unaccountably slow and lagging. But, what, say you, can we do with him? May we make n suggestion? Every time this insect opens his mouth to knock tell him plainly that there are quite a number of roads leading away from the town, and cordially invito him to take ono of them and follow it to its end. And let ovory loyal citizen of tho town givo him the same ad vice. Local Chapter Elects Officers Officers for the ensuing term liave been elected by tho Earl iugton Chapter of the Daughters of tho Confederacy. Tho newly officers follow: Mrs. 1'. B. Davis, president. Mrs. Dan Umstead, first vice president. Miss Mollio Whaleu, sccoud vico president. Mrs- Frank Giaunini, third vice president. Mrs. Jas. 11. Hash, correspond ing secretary. Mrs. Nollio Umstead, record ing secretary. Miss Kate Whalen, treasurer. Hr. Wil..n iili.nlnln BAPTIST ASSOCIA TIONJEXT MONTH: Louisville opens wide her ga'es to the hosts of Baptists who will assem ble here November 14th. The churches of Louisville are providing; homes for one thousand messengers. The railroads grant greatly reduced, rates. The Louisville Publicity 'League will extend every courtesy to the guests. Automobiles will convey them from the depot to their homes. The General Association will be called to order in Walnut Street Bap tist cburch at 4 P. M. Tuesday, No. vember 14 th. Officiers will be elect ed and Dr, W. D Powell, Cor. Sec'y., will read his report. At night the reports of schools and Colleges will be read. At 8:30 the annual sermon will be preached by Rev. W. M. Stallings. Wednesday noon, the Publicity League will serve a light luncheon. A beautiful badge will be given each delegate. Thursday night will be State Mission night and a great number of mountain preachers will speak. This will be one of the most thrilling hours of the Association. We cordially invite each ot the 1860 Baptist churches in the Sta(e to send one or more messengers to this memorable meeting. We want them to see greater Louisville. On Thursday afternoon the meet ing will adjourn for those attending the Association to be given an auto mobile ride over the city. An enthu siastic welcome awaits those who come. Ten years go the Baptists of Kentucky gave $84,000. To all pur poses this year they will give, $196 000. CALOMEL SALIVATES AND MARES YOU SICK, Acts Like Dynamite on a Sluggish Liver and You Lose a Day's Work There's no reason why a per- . son should take sickening, sali vating, calomel, when 50 cents buys a large bottle of Dodson'a Liver Tone a perfect substitute, for calomel. It isjleasant, vegetable liquid which will start your liver just as surely as calomel, but it dosen't make you sick aud can not sali vate. Children aud grown folks can take Dodson'a Liver Tone, bo causo it is perfectly harmless. Calomel is a dangorous drug.. It is mercury aud attacks your bones. Take a dose of nasty cal omel today and you will feel weak, sick and nauseated tomor -row. Don't lose a day's work. Take a spoonful of Dodson's Liv er Tone instead and you will wake up feeling great. No mora biliousness, constipaiiou, slug gishness, headache, coated tonguo or sour stomach. Your druggist says if you dou't find Dodson'a Liver Tono acts better than horl riblo calomel your money is wait iugfor you. RECRUITING OFFICERS GO TO BORDER Ilecruiting officers for the Ken tucky National Guard iu tho state hayo been ordered to join their companies at El Faio. First Lieut. Jas. D. Snry, Chas. Nisbet aud Buford Hunter, of Oo. E, who havo beeu recruiting; in Western Kentucky, left for tho border yesterday. The condition ot Kinnoy Carroll, has been worse for several days.