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PAUL Mi MOORS. ' 1
CQITOR AND PUBLISHER
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OCUTI EDITOR AND BUSINESS UAMXIIR
KenJocJb Press Association
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:aks a cold in
f- JUST A FEW HOURS
m -a ' 4 M -alt
tjapes uo 1 d" ucmpouna
tjf? Stay Stuffed-up!
Pon.can end grippe and break
p.tv severe cold, either In bead,
jrtiesr, body or limbs, by takine a
' jlosa, of "l'ape'jj Gold Compound"
overy two hours until three doses
are takon. - -
head, stops nasty discharge or
Boso'ranniufr, relieves sick head
ache, dullness, foverishness, sore
throat, sneezing, soreness aud
DolP: Btay stuffed-op I Q lit
Owing and snuffling I Ease your
tvrobbinrf head nothing else in
the world gives such prompt re-
JleTas "Papa's Oold Compound,"
t which cqats only 25 cents at any
Cdroz store. It nets without as
lataac, tastes" nice, and causes
no inconvenience. Be sure yon
get the genuine.
Dcu'i Regnlete aro recommended by many
cd aay tbey operate, eaiUy, 'wthoot irlpimcand
-wiinoaf bad after effect. 15c at all drag etores,
. .Bill Considered
The Stephen's bill, wHicffat'
mpto-to" "regulate honest adver
iising and upholds price maiute
tanco on articles of standard
ierchandise. is likolv to be re
fed favorably lo the Iloise of
fpresentatives within the nrx
5 weeks. The- American' Fa
Ide League of New YoilcTinV
ire a'-'stren'eous campaign in
aalf 6t this measure, and in'
eUcdtldris are that thdy.- will b
able to pass therbill atj the pref
ttnt seasiobJor, atCtlioLuext long
k Ifitho Are bell should ring would
ja run ana stop u or go ana neip
1 pat out the art? It is muoh tli
pe wy WHU a oouih. A. coui-li
,la danger sigtiul a much us a (ire
ell. Y u Rliould 110 'more trr to
ippress It than to step a Are bell
"(hen it Is ringing, but should cure
be' disease that causes the conch-
np. This oan nearly alwavs bn done
ty ttiKinir tinamueriain s (Jo;iri
Remedy. Mauy have nsed It wltl
the most benediul result'. It Is
specially valuable tor tho persist
ant o( URh that to often follows a
bad cold or au attack of tho urtr
"Mrs. Thomas Bueohlne, Andrews
Jnd.. writes: "DuritiR tbe wlutr
TSUr buiband takes cold easily and
iiouKhj and oiukIis. Cnamberlalu's
Wfirou oni,Qt cet him 4y tuke auy
: .uor. uumiuauie everywnere.
ifThe Lord knft-Vs qs as wc are Efut
i.fjB.rMwely-therfiis .only one Lori.
Tor djpool, ourjaiiul ailment, ,-ute Bar
'('OK u10WJ!4s0t Jecanncnaa4iaBi
.Kftorci. It 00 a bottle.
trfie'dove of peace iV fl.utferinj; j-
rA rrA. rim iin..., rs.xii . .
ward for any rase of Catarrh tbat
not be tured by Hall's Catarrh
1' Cauirb Cure bat been taken Ij oaurjh
era forlbe pail iblrti Sve teara, and baa
. Iiaavn ulli. mui r.ttaM rmu1 fa..
uo Uneous eutacev expeluoe; the. Polion
n tbe Bloed ta bylol "e dleeeaed per
Calarrb Core fer
Soil time yon will eee Improvetneat la
general neaitb, starttalin( Hall'a Catarrh
Vt f u ' tli of caurtb. Send fer
ffslnglepsse) , atopcrinob
iioonin anainsiae rages,
Bo per line
i nmiiliitlnni hnd Cards of
Tijpy 6o per lino
Obituary Poetry 6e per lino
Slight reductions on lime,
contraot ulsplay advertise
. menu. ...-Alsouiooals that run
saveralmonthe without chance
Post Omoo as "Second Class
Matter. ifs 1 i i ! '
Fridav. T)te,m'nn 99 191S
(The Government Comn1lsioh on
white papor has.solreU tbe problem
of extortionate charges by, advising
oonsumers to ase less paper.)
If allot the bakers ko totp cahootii
And'boost up tho tariff on bread
Don't sit round and fuss, or get
, angry and cuss,
Just cutout their product Instead
If all of the butchers go into a trust
And raise the quotations. on'meat
uon't riot and Btorm. You can
make them reform
By simply' refusini; to'.eat'.
It clothing goes np beyond reach of
It won't help you any to roar:
The easiest way is to vow from to
That you will not wear oJothi
If coal can't be had at a price you
And the trust pulls the''coal short'
ago" wheeze, -
Don't kick up, a row, but serenely
That you'll do without fuel and
And since tbe erpbalmers
ui) aimir ions .
And coffins and headstones
,' , blKh.. t , ,
Don't worry, stall. You can check
mate them all,
By simply declining to dlt 1
L. & N. TIME CARD.
.Time of departure of trains pass
ing through EariinRton.
Effective Sunday, Dec. 10, 1916,
No 32 6.26 a.
: o. i2.,..., ii.i3 a
No. nt 8.16 p,
' No. 61..
11.22 p. m.
7.44 a. m.
arrive. 7.86 a. m".
....... 11. CU a. m.
1.43 p, m.
....... 4.39, p. m.
No. 90 5.43 p,
fil. 93 ..
No.. 107.., .
4.37 a. m,
8 i 22 a. m.
,...( 61 a. ni.
..12.a7 p. m.
.. 3.22 p. m,
106 12.S7 p. m.
91 7 47 a. m.
No. 104. Wand 107 dally ex-
IVo, .105 Sunday only,
-C. R. R. TIME CARD.
Vime of departures! Illinois Con.
sral trains from Nortonvllle, Ky.
Elfeotlve Sunday, Feb. 20, 1916.
ISO. 1U2 1.15 p,
Nd 101 3.26 a,
No. 122. local pass. 11.62 a,
No. 186. local . 6.16 p
sxa. iui i.w p
No. 103 1,50 a,
No 121jlo.calpftss.l2Q p.m,
No, 186 local pass 6.56 aui.
. H.&ST. L.TIME CARD
HENDERSON ROUTE .
! k . . ' .
Wttlus'fi'om an to Henderson.
1 v"ea'bt boi'tnd;
" ,Nr.;;H6, Louisville '.Limited'
- No. U2; linulsville Kxpress '
No. H4, LpulsvIIlo Fast Wall .
'.. 2;62p, n
No. 148, Owensboro Accom
modation 0:26a.m. d
No.-160, Cloverport Accoru-'
tnodatloo 6:35 a. m.
No.. 146, Louisville Limlt6d
, 1:48 a.m.
No. 141, Louisville Fast Mall
, No. 143, Xoulsvllle Exprsss
.....v..., , 9:16p.m.
No. 117, Cloverport Aoconi.
modatlon. 9:00a. m.
No, 140, Owensboro Accom
jBodatlon........ 6:16p. m.
"A tfAltOWEEH DREAfl!''
' The club gve its ahmtot llRllonwn
. parly In the furui ot a hlnck mid white
carrrlvst. It wns lurky for Jim Coot
r ldirf-thRr'thts-va-serfr Bfl-lt- tmiH
' potted ho. was Just In stylo. ,
f (Andys ilnrlmway littu' a drwftlful
ColuiuMno, to n witch, to a waltlns
maid, io a TunKlt-1'S. i1h;qbi(o. ft.tH
DoggAU gin, onu winuroE- up; ny- uogui.
Ing on Night. .w
Nat Dtlwurtb nnd Darwin Bent wciil
las Klnx Coal and lQnj;. Qitton. Tom
PsioM-hHstl was thftlluick- ifanu, Bnicry
lllughes was King 1'luto, nnd JliHhlhv-
liself. was In the brimd black and wlUto.l
I sirfpes Of a whvllt
NolxMly knew It-' wait Jim f But orjr
across Hie, river the guards were pa
trolling the limit;, for Number 6911 had
escaped' and so tar tio trace ot him
thud been found. Wlieu, Jliu had turned
the boat ndritt nnd run uuder cover of
.'the dnrkqf up tho bank iukLucVi'8
itho tracks Into tho oien country, the
uihisuhI initnlivr- of--nuromoWles-tjn'
thi-rpnl-nttractetl hlrni. Tbcn-hc ro
iherfd It was the, night of,thu clu
U ,Avrliy not JolrvthSrJsvcItrB aip
leii' ciltuino nml he' could JMsfly
Improvise a mask out of his lmudker
Tfiliia were ridiculously ensy and ho
found litmself In tho center ot tho old
crowd ho had known so well In tho
lKt. Of course," ho wits not ahlo to
distinguish Ids. old friends. Friends?
How ninny had bollcred him when ho
Imd protested Ids' Innocence? iJvIdenco
'wns ngntost him and Billings, the dig.
Irlot attorney, Imd a way of mnklns
people believe blnck was white, but
Mill ho Imd grown up with them all,
and ho hnd rather expected sympathy.
Two Ideas obsessed him; ono was
Olmlys I!arkuway,lccause he loved her.
the other Emery Hughes, because on
thinking things over, he decided that
Hughes knew what bad become of tho
missing securities and as Uughes, too,
was In love with Gladys it bad been an
easy way to get htm out of the way.
"I'd like to know what Gladys Is
wearing," bo sold to a saucy little
black nnd white checkerboard girl In
the middle of a waltz.
'Gladys! Gludys llarkawayl" she
exclaimed. "Don't let on I told you,
but theru she Is with tbe wand and
star. She's Night I"
Is Emery here, do you suppose J" be
"Emery? Oh, you mean Mr. Hughes?
Yes, he's dandng with Night. They
say Its an awful case, but do you
know I doj't think she cares'a snap for
htm. But since he's mado so much
money everybody stiys she's an awful
fool to let him allp
It was nearly! mldnlcht and almost
time for unmnsldng. "illm'wutclied his
chunee to get awny. Out on thu ter
race he looked n round uneasily,
Two people passed hlra nnd a pago
opened -tile door ot a cabriolet n't tho
fttepg. Jim gusped us he saw Pluto
hand Night Into tho, cur. The door
slnuimed nnd tho starter purred. The
cur jvns' sliding 'nvuiy Into tho shad
ows when Jim jumped nnd ran taking
n xhort cut acroH the grass nnd hUrl-
!ng himself ou the step ns It passed.
Jim's hand wns on the old pipe In
Ids pocket. Hp whipped It ont,
tho d.irknoyt anmuml for his pUr-
nnd keep ydur niuuth shut, ho coin-1
manded. "Tnko the rlvor 'road and
turn to Ui8 rlglj; uf tin? forks.".
Pluto swore, but did iw-ho was told.
UOncu down becch-llucd drive ho
swung Into the rlver-.road. -
"Now, Kmry IIUKhSMgctr out nnd
show llls llarkuwny where you put
thoso securities. It's nil as clenr ns
tiny to mo now; pretended you wero
studying geology, didn't you, und
showed 1110 siieclmens of rock when
jou thought I'd found you out. What
n Uu'jce I was until it was too late."
want you too, Gladys. I'll nml
n witness. No one tnke iny word any
more. I want you to so where this
Toblior hng hidden his loot."
"There's nothing there." nrotested
tho o'fher wnu.
"How do you know!"
'lifljrhecn,u9,I, )ld thcuJ' .
Tlioilb ttflHdokcd s(f'idu"ch like n
tin liHrdrkdrirad (j6fic'ffs"vorlt
MI'Hnol",ciIaa Jim. "This truth at
lust. Well .Just drjve .haui. (own now
aful'toir Unit to Billings. I'm tired of
this uniform l" -- '' '
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Jim OMiiitt lu t-va and sat up. TJio.
warm Octplior nfterrioQn wns wanln3
liilTa cWlfdis'il eoiue li'ltn fiia nlr. 'Ho
hlvfd abftPlvk mttliaplpo thaf
bad Kvue out and fnlln from tho
"-uemsny urexni 1 Anu yet I'm sorry
ili-not true In u wny, with the mye
tury. of. the iwcuritlm nut cleurU up
yet aud Gludys undecided whether
she'll ronrry ine."
The plioao rang. It was Gladys.
"JI111, wlwit have yoikbeen doing this
lovoly Sunduy afternoon. Why didn't
you como over? Everybody's been
hero discussing tho purty and what
we'll. wflur FatJir, Jus camo In, to
tell 14 those scilrUIe huve been
found. I ihought you'd bo relieved.
Aud, Jim, won't you come tonight. I
gave Emery Hughes his answer today
and he's golug oway tomorrow, poor
I'll ome If It's yee," be cried. i
It Is, Jim I"
(Copyrlrht, UK, by tho McClure Newepa,
Swltxerland yearly- produces - 0,000,-
Aro Yoji a Woman ?
l aaiw aawillHll w k U1IIU Bj
'i fOfi SALE AT ALL DRtfMiSTS fi
iii i i 1
- Make-Up of the Human Body. 1
If the normal liumac body wero
taken Just ns It Is nnd nil of tho clq-
luonts extracted from It theriy would
ho found enough Iron to make seven
turgo nails, ' enough fnt for 14 oner
pound candles, enough carbon to make
the tend for 05 gross of pencils and
phosphorus chough to tip 20,006
matches. Besides nil this would b
ftmna OT'tMspnonrnls-omitroo ltimps
ofBug'ar'muTTJS Quarts 6f water. Tmis
It Is evident thut a .human being Is
n great cienilcnl factory and thtfralue
of a man' actual mat'orfal Is doristd
crable; i - . -
f-i, : - l
A haoklnfc cough weakens, tbe
whole tytleni, dralna your energy
and gets worse If neglrctn'i; your
thtoat is raw, your chert aoli'n and
von feel ore all QVr. lUlieve that
cold at once with Dr. King's New
Dltcovery Tho soothing pine bal
laui heal tbe irritated membranes,
nnd tho nntlreptio and 1 xatire
qualities kill the germs aud break
np your cold. Don't let a sold ling
er. Get Dr. Klnir' Discovery
today at your Druggist. 60o.
No Need for Mother to Worry.
An anxious mother wrote to tho
chaplain to make Inquiries about her
boy, from whom she had not beard In
many months. The chaplain found tbe
boy In the guardhouse, and then he
wroto a letter to the mother saying:
"Do not worry about your boy. Ue
Is staying borne every night and not
drinking. Ills conduct Is beyond ror
A booathold remedy In America for yeara
Dr.Tbomaa' Eclectic Oil. For cala, apralta,
boini, acalda, brojaca, ajc and )e. At all diuf
Among somo Interesting documents
In the old Bohemian oily, Saaz, on tho
Eger river, Is a picture showing an
nttack on tho fortress Olntz.ln Silesia,
In which war automobiles were nsed.
The mechanically driven airs, were; riiit
vehicles, protected by bugo nlilelds In
frynt, li which thq soldiers turned
largo' crnnks,' tho) rotary motion ot
Whltli vns transferred to cogwheels
nnd to tho road wheels. It Is esti
mated Uiat these llfteeuth-century
'chauffeurs" got a speed ot four miles
nu hour out of the armored cars.
Congh Medicine for Children
Mrs. Hugh Conk Scottsvllle. N.1
Y . sari-: About five vears sc.
when wo were living In Garbu't, N.
aroiora io 01 in.v ontiani.
laluV C Ugh Remedy and louno it
Jqat as rtpiessnled In every way. It
promptly obeukod. iheir r njlilux
and cured tlia'r colds quicker than
ai j ibing I ever used." Obtainable
Records Early American History.
Mrs. W. V. Otis of Danhy Pour Cor
nein, Vt Is the itoeeewor of a copy of
tho Newport, It. I., Morcury, dated Feb
ruary 12, 1770, published by Solomon
Soulhwlck. Tho paper contains an uc
count of "an assembly of people" In
Pnneull hall, Boston, which udopted
vigorous resolutions against William
Jackson, Theophilus Llllle and N'utlwn
lei Itoger8 for refusing to deliver up
certain puckugos of tea "remaining un
sold by thorn."
Peace? You bell
and push her along I
Whoop 'e'r up
Could Raise Money' on Him.
,-A gorgeousjy-ttreeisctl, foreign ofllcgd
wus wniiiing uown wniicnnii tnc oilier
dayln full dress when he wwt'tdot by
two countryman. Quite staggerud'aM
the gocajaous apparition .(.'lankLnto
want iiieni, mey riveiea meir oyflB on
the biasing gold, blue nnd crimson fig
ure, and with a wondering gaze-theone
QXClatmod to tliii other, , with a. sharp
nudge in the ribs nnd n look of fun;
"Begorrn, wouldn't I fibo to p'aWri hlia."
Always the, Two Sides. ,
There are always two sides to a do
mestic argument the wife's side and
the wrong side.'
FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE
Dissolved la water for douches atona
pelrle catarrh, ulceration and Inflam
mation. Kecoraraeaded by Lydia E.
Pinkham Med. Co, for tea years,
A healing wonder for nasal catarrh,
tore throat and sore yea. Economical,
NSfifiifal.PnrQQto W THE
. ftA Kldnejj
Wajhiiigton; Dec. 21:-AsatB
9Mlt of land classification wort, mote
than fight million acres were elimi-
thelt fiscal year, and in addition.
over 1,1000 individual tracts within
homestead enlry, aceordinsrtOitlican-
ntial report q flenry"st TOJrtfVes,
,Ut,U. i .u. m.iu:.i . j
wna.aviki ui iiiv iiuuuiiai ruicio, uuu
Mints out jhe, importance of definiW-
lv rllcrminftiir IIia clM..c nf 11,. .,A
' """Tf "'6
which' the i-brest contain.'
"Ihe Nallona'l -Forests," says Mr.
Graves, "are gaining in stabilily thro
ugh the land cttssification "work. It
is important for the general public to
know what lands are io be retained
permanently by the Govemmenl, and
what lands-will be available for ag-
ncultral settlement. The whole
forest enterprise is -based on the as
sumption, of permanence. ; All the
work is conducted with a 'view 16
construclive development of the
property and its constantly increasing
"Fvery timber sale is made with a
view io future 'consequences. The
work of protection from fire is not
only to prevent the destruction of
standing timbei, but to save yoUng
Good For Constipation
Uhambtttlain's Tablets arexocl
lent for constipation. They aro
pleafant to take and mild and gs. -
we mtuecr.. umainaoie every where.
BED Of CLAY
WANJEtP-Irtformatidu jib. to
tho location of a bed of white or
bluish white clay of sufficient
depth to use in the manufacture
of brick. Any one knowine of a
bed of clay of this kimi write or
'phone this: paper tf.
Piles Cured In 6 to.M Days.
Vpor drurrtat will refund money If TAZO
OINTMBNT (atle lo core enr ce ofltchiojr.
Tbelirit appliraUon alrea
and Rest. 50c
We've crowded, a whole lot Into
this sinful old year' 1916,
l i.a - ii .
which should be crowded out again.
Daily ly Ma.il
FARM and FAMILY-
A GREAT MONTHL -MGiAzjE
.-t February; Q- ft ly -
2 PKStfSSJJ Se3?flliSte1 'TLe TwoMonth.
Oplendid Combination at a Juittle
Over .1-2 tke Regular Price
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Subscription orders at this rate will be accepted
only when sent through regular Cqria-Journal jgBertt
in this district w ,'"" J J
COURIER-JOURNAL ;COM Louisville, Ky.
i, RlSbmatlsm and Dropsy.
nlndJer and Uric Acid tousles
vi&Aiany. wnen inn kniwji
(eased, thee natural ni vera
do-net sieamet lie wood suineienuy. anu
the porof aro carried to all parts of tho
body. There follow depreealon, ashes
ana pains, iieaviiinMiuiunciiiwn, ....-
I Sis m tho ick ami loins, dutreTng
11.? . mtti
joints, it causes lairrtxtito,. rheumatjimi
gout or sciatica. Tlift is the Mmeup trv
Amide." 8nd 10s. for trial pajkafte.
iirs gel tlrM anu baa
eld Is absorb
iUoneys get umaw.im mi
This Is a good- uaio to- laKO'-Anunc
. blilnnv tmuliln Is ri'HnonalblO for raanv
uibi.atl 1 ..araneeOomDanrawwIn-
Ing Sectors alwayi test tho wster of an
applicant bnrore a policy will be Issued.
Have vou cvrr mt nsldn a bottle of water
for twenty-tour hours? A heavy sedl-
mitntftriuttllnrr sometimes Indicates kid-
ino inifl imiuru anu eiiar-
aoter of dtsoasos, oeolally tlioj? ot .tho.
Kiunoys ana urinary orRaas, can yiwu,
bn determined by a careful eheralcal an
alvsl and mtcioscoplcal examination
this Is dsne by oxpart chemlsU of tlin
jucuirai Man 01 mo invauus- novel, ji
you wish lo know your condition send n
sample -of your water to Doctor Pierce's
Invalids' llotcl, Buffalo, N. Y.. and de
scribe your symptom!". It will be ox
amlned without any expense to you, and
Doctor Pierce or Ills Stat; of AMttttng
Phyilctans will Inform you truthfully
kkow tuvsjuj I -Read
all about yourself, your system;
physiology, anatomy, hygleno, sjmplu
hotnn eurm. etc. In Iho
Medical Adviser." a book of loos pagesy
Bend to Dr. V. M. l'lerco, Bnffalo, N. Yl?
mrco dimes or tinny ennu in one-cent
Stamps for a cloth-bound copy.
"Tobaeco" Net Named From Plant
Tho term "tobacco" Is Indeed dc
rived not from tho plant, but from an '
Instrument sharply described In 1033
by Ovlcdo as n "Anall, hollow, wooden
tube shaped like a letter '1',' the twoj
points of which nro Inserted In Ui
nose of the smoker, the other end held
Into tbo smoke of burning tobacco, an. '
thus tbe funics arc Inhaled." 'l
Sloan's Liniment Eases Fain
Sloan's Liniment is first thought
of mothers for bnmpe, brnlsas and
sprains Ibatare continually happen
ing to children. It quickly pene
trates and soothes without rubbing;
Cleaner and more eHeotlve than
tnuesy plasters or olntmsnts. For
rbeamatlo aebes, neuralgia pain and
that grlppy soreness afier colds,.
Sloan's Liniment give prompt re
lief. Have a bottle bandy for braises,
strains, sprains and all external
pain. For the thousands whose work
rails them outdoors, the pains and
anlies following exposure are re
llevnd by Sloan's Liniment.- At all
DiUKglsts, 26c. r
Dave we any empty jails in this
country? In wilh Jhe food price
Anr akin llcktue la a temper letter, Tbe awei
JMrnatcb Jhe rorae It lubM., Dott-(,OJnl-.
. mem ii ior pi'ea, eeacma any tain uewot. 50a
' , iimg ortt. . ' . .
are weak otflH
it -r" r.' "vt M. a.,
L. ,W. Roobrs, T. A. , ,
M by all frSHie:
00Q ponn,ds,qf sugar,, , , -