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THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY, AUGUST 2S, 1911
Happy ihe girl, or woman, who has never suffered from
any of the diseases of womanhood! Or, if she has been, a
sufferer, happy is she if she I;as learned of the wonderful
benefits of Cardui, the woman's tonic!
Cardui is a gentle, tonic remedy, for women's ailments.
It 13 a natural medicine safe, harmless, purely vegetable.
It has been in successful use for more than 50 years. It
has cured thousands. It should do the same for you.
Mrs. Mary Necly, of Denver, Tenn., says, "I think
there is no tonic on earth, as good as Cardui. I used it
with the very best results. I had backache and nearly
everything a woman could suffer with, until I took Cardui.
Now, I feel better than I have for two years. I shall
always recommend Cardui to other suffering women. I
can't praise it too highly. As a medicine for weak, tired,
worn-out women, Cardui is safe and reliable. Try it, today.
Write to: Ladies Advisor Dcpt., Chattanooza Medicine Co.. ChaftanonM TVnn
for Special Instructions, and 64-page bock,
IkTOTITIITC Where MEN are CURED.
IflOlllUIE LET ME CURE YOU!
FlhCSTCQUIPPCD INSTITUTE FOR MEN INTHE
UNITED STATESNOT MANY MILESTO COME
UHERE YOU CAN BE CURED AT AVERY SMALL
COST, IN ASHORTTIME. NO CURE, NO PAY
FAMOUS FOB 20 TEARS.
Difficult Surgical Operations performed
I xnih ekill and success -when surgery is necessary.
Of amy Specialist.
That Stay Cared.
TOUIfG 31EX AND AL.Ii MEN, COME.
0 1 1 EC PERMANENT CURE, without
tlaCO the knife. One treatment cures.
NO KNIFE. Cared ia
DHOTI IDE? Stricture, Etc. Cured
KUrl UnCj by Improved Methods.
Blood Diseases, Skin Diseases,
Eczema. Boils, Ulcers, Sores, Diseases
of the Kidneys, f Madder and Prostate
trland. Rheumatism, Nerrous Troubles.
UVnDflfCIC Cured in One Visit. No
21 1 UnUuClX knite. No danger.
All caes guaranteed and accepted on the"'Polle
Plan'' of not one dollar to be paid unless
cared. Better come thousands of miles to have
Dr. DoIIo cure you than subject yourself to un
skilled doctors. Beat the undertakers, and wnto
today for 64 pasre Rook Free, winch is worth
its weight in gold to any discouraged man. Book
sent sealed upon receipt of Four Cents in
stamps for postage. I see and answer all letters
personally. All letters treated ith sacred con
'iidence. When you write to me, describe your
difpase fully to me so that I can write you just
what is needed in your case.
52J Walnut Street, Cincinnati, 0.
Cured by the fvSarvci of the J
Century, B. B. B. Tested for
Drives out blood poison in any
stage permanently, without deadly
mercury, with pure Botanical ingred
ents. To prove it we will send you a
SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE.
If you have ulcers, eating sores,
itching humors, swellings, mucus
patches, bone pains, offensive pimples
or eruptions, take 13. 15. B. (Botanic
Blood Balm.) All syinpthoms heal
quickly. Blood ib masa pure and rich
completely changing the entire body
into a clean, health condition, heal
ing every sore and stopping all aches,
pains and itching, curing the worst
ease of blood poison. Druggists or by
express, 1 per large bottle, with di
rections for ho;.ie cure. Samples
sent free by writing Blood Balm Co.,
Atlanta, Ga. Describe your trouble
and free medical ad vice given.
Sold by Varden & Son.
This binder has a world-wide
reputation. In every erain
crowing: country under the
Sun it is said to be tho best
yet by all whonseitorsee
it work. The features that
appeal most to its users
are: lightness of draft:
handiness of operation:
durability of construc
tion: ability to do per
fect work in any kind
of gram; accuracy
sure work of knotter:
absence of neck
weight and side
draft. The New
Ceatnry is the lat
est type of binder,
made by the peo
ple who gave the
world its first suc
cessful binder, ana
now give it its
M MAHF RYA
B - Lm
nl W ljt H I c H you
1 &W. "Thm
I CAjN"fi I f?" I
most ciionsnii B J JMjrOPZffl? JJjjF1' H
B one a uinder thatJBoLiJJygPsafeS .-.?J 3 B
"Koine Treatment for Women," sent free. J 56
Superior Portland Cement carries
the most sand, because it is ground
the finest. This makes it cost less
than others sold at the same price.
It is also lowest in magnesia frac
tion of 1 per cent. This is why
Superior concretes never crack or
crumble. Build with it. It's a true
Portland Cement. Write for free
Superior Catechism No. 38
Then keep on insisting until your
dealer supplies Superior.
Union Trust Building, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Justus Collins, President,
Superior Portland Cement Co.
WW ! Ill III! IIBI1HIIM ! IWIWIIH Tl
i I have losatpd in Paris fcr the pui-
pose of.conducting a general
I have been a builder for the past
twenty years, and can handle! your
buildings, large or small. I will be
glad to furnish you estimates on short
notice. The best of references fur
nished. Call on me at Fordbam
Hotel, or call up Home hone 37, East
Tenn. phone 128-2.
Dr. Wm. Kenney,
Office 514 Main Street.
Office Phones j QleW.
E. T. 334.
All persons 'having claims against
the estate of Mrs. Bridget Cain, de
ceased, will have same properly prov
en according to law and filed witn the'
undersigned administrator. Those
knowing themselves indebted to said
estate will please call and settle.
WM. GRANNAN, -Administrator
with the will annexed
of Mrs. Bridget Cain, deceased.
will do work no other machine
It is constructed on prin
ciples and from materials
that insure more work,
better work, longer life
and reduced repair bills
with less loss of time.
We'd like to send you
our free catalog des
cribing it in full before
decide on which
binder to buy.
Drop us a card
Bmstm today ask for
TT V LUwU 1 JLisA
9 rv 71 He
J J. WIIiTTAMS,
itoom 1 Elks Buildine:.
At Geo. Alexander 4 Co.'s Bank,
Representing Old Reliable Companies.
Insurance against Fire, "Wind and
Your patronage solicited.
Manicuring 35 Cents,
Shampooing 25 Cents.
Work done promptly and satisfaction
East Tenn. Pho e 669
Harry E. Mathers,
Opposite Frank & Co.
Dr. J. M. Lacock,
UpSfcairsSOverVarden's Drug Store.
Prices The Cheapest.
DR. A. H KELLER,
Offlces,"Rooms 4 and 5, Elk's Bld'g
Hot and cold baths
Everything neat and
barbers always ready to wait on the
trade. No long waits You are next.
M. A. KAHAL.
See me before contracting your
REFERENCE:- See Mitchell
& Blakemore Building.
920 Main St., Thones'586.
Tortured for Fifteen Years.
by a cure-defying trouble that baf
fled doctor, and resisted all remedies
he tried, John W. Modders, of Mod
dersville, Mich., seemed doomed. He
had to sell his farm and give up work
His neighbors said, "he can't live
much longer." "Whatever I ate dis
tressed me," he wrote, "till I tried
Electric Bitters, which worked such
wonders for me that I can now eat
things I could not take for years. It's
surely a grand remedy for stomach
trouble." Just as good for the liver
and kidneys. Every bottle guaranteed.
Only 50c at Oberdorfer's.
Falls Victim to Thieves.
S. W. P.ends, of Coal City, Ala., has
a justifiable grievance. Two thieves
stole his health for twelve years.They
were a liver and kidney trouble.Then
Dr. King's New Life Pills throttled
them. He's well now. Unrivaled fo.
constipation, malaria, headache, dys
pepsia. 25c at Oberdorfer's.
WASH THAT ITCH AWf.Y
It is said that there are certain
springs in Europe that give relief and
cure to Eczema and other skin dis
eases. If you knew that by washing
in theso waters you could be icUeed
from that awful itch, wouldn't you
make every effort to take a tilp tc
Europe at once? Would yon not be
willing to spend your last eent to find
But you need not leave home for
these distant springs. Relief is right
here in your own home town!
A simple wash of Oil of Winter
green, Thymol and other Ingredients
as compounded only in D. D. D. Pre
scription will bring Instant relief to
that terrible burning itch, and leave
the skin as smooth and healthy as
that of a child.
If you have not already tried it, get
at least a 25-cent bottle today. Ye as
sure you of instant relief.
G. S. Varden' & Stn.
I is taken by p
I cal countries
1 round.- It
1 keeps up the
I as winter.
HERE is the
card?" cried Ruth
Ashton as she
opened a box con
taining a gor
geous bunch of
mous," she ex
"From some un-
who cares so
much that he's
afraid to sign his
"Can't you guess
who sent them?"
sister Jane, anxiously. "Don't you
think they're from Cousin Rob?"
"Cousin Rob! I should say not
Cousins are not apt to send those
kind of bouquets all tied in chiffon rib
bons." "It may be from George Butler, who
sings in our choir. That's just who
if s from. Not long ago we were dis
cussing our favorite flower and I re
marked I just adored the modest vio
let. Talking is not much on his line,
but the way he turns my music is a
"Has he ever shown you any spe
cial devotion? Don't be too positive;
you may be mistaken," suggested
"No, I'm sure he's the Mr. Anony
mous. 'When they're most' devoted
they're usually diffident to show it
It must have taken a whole week's
salary to pay for that bouquet," add
ed Ruth, who was prone to exagger
ation. Ruth was on the shady side of 20;
very little happened to disturb the
even tenor of her life. All her days
sho had craved for admiration from
the opposite sex, but no one was the
wiser. The last few years she had
devoted her time to teaching in the
settlements, joining in the activities
of different woman's clubs.
At the meeting of the Service club
that afternoon when Ruth read her
paper, the violets were pinned on her
waist with their faces toward hers as
if begging to be admired and loved.
While reading her
report on chil
dren's play grounds
she was fairly ra
diant, saying to
herself, "I wonder
if they all know I
have a beau?"
One of the commit
tee said to her in
the most natural
way, "You must
have a special
friend," vith a
meaning glance at
the corsage bou
quet. "I have, but don't
mention it as yet,"
she answered quiet
ly. The news spread
like wild fire, and
there were many
Took Her Home.
conjectures as to who the mysterious
party was. All were happy in her
happiness. At last Ruth was going
to make a grand match, judging from
Returning from the club, Ruth met
Mr. Butler as he turned the corner in
his red car. Stopping his automobile
he asked if he might not take her
home. Ruth joyfully acquiesced, think
ing this would be a good opportunity
to acknowledge his gift.
George Butler was amazed during
the short ride to find how different
Ruth was. He bad always found her
cold and indifferent. Today she was
a Sweet, charming girl, sparkling,
witty and interesting.
"May I call for you to go to church
tomorrow evening?" he asked as they
reached her home.
"Do come; I should be happy to go
Her many references to the violets
she. wore' caused him a jealous tinge.
"I must get busy if I want to win
that girl," he said to himself.
After an intimacy of a few weeks
Ruth announced her engagement to
her amazed family. Just as they were
congratulating her, a letter came from
Martin, the florist, cotttaining a card
with apologies from the firm, stating
they had just found this card which
should have been enclosed with a box
ot flowers sent three weeks previous.
It was from the Ladies' Aid Society in
recognition for the good work she had
accomplished for the club.
"I thought it strange that George
was so silent about those violets, but
I don't care now," said Ruth as she
tore up the card. "I'm engaged to the
grandest fellow on earth, and the
next time they send me a bunch of
violets it will be addressed to Mrs.
"I tell you," said Farmer Comtossel,
bein' a sheriff around here is a
mighty hard job."
"You never arrest anybody."
"No. But there is an awful lot o
false alarms. Every time one o' these
summer girls sees a caterpillar you
think there's murder bein commit
ted." Not a Scriptural Quotation.
"God tempers the wind to the shorn
lamb" is not a scriptural quotation.
The sentence is taken from "The
Sentimental Journey" of Rev Lau
FREE FOR STOMACH AND BOWELS
We are in receipt of letters from
Airs. Eva Gaskins, 304 Madison St.,
Topeka, Kan., and Mr. P. H. Gavel
las, Wagoner, Okla., as well as many
others, telling about the wonderful re
sults they have secured in the cure of
their stomach and liver troubles by
the use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep
sin. This remedy, as all readers doubt
less know, has been before the public
for a generation and is now being
more extensively used than any other
remedy for stomach, liver and bowel
complaints. According to reliable tes
timony, it seems to be a very quick
and lasting cure for constipation, in
digestion and dyspepsia, liver trouble,
biliousness, headaches, sour stom
ach, gas on the stomach, drowsiness
after eating and similar disorders. It
is a liquid with tonic effect, and so
A Kansas City man has invented an
aeroplane which, he says, cannot fall.
If this is true he's apt to take all the
fun out of flying.
Virgin Soil Avait3 Settlers.
It is claimed that there are In the
northern part of British Columbia a
million acres of viigin soil awaiting
the advent of up-to-date fruit growers
Bloodine Itching and Bleeding
Ointment Piles, Psoriasis, Salt
Cures Bheum, Pimples, Bas-
Eczem hes, Dandruff and Fall
Mrs. H. W. Allen, Gaffney, S. C. says: "I have
used Bloodine Ointment tor Eczema and find it
a most effective remedy."
W. T. Brooks, Agent.
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IT CIVES NEW LIPE awu
STRENGTH TO ELDERLY
PEOPLE. DELICATE WOMEN.
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girls!- mr sfJ
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mild and gentle in action that a child
as well as a grown person can take it,
in fact, it has no equal for children,
women and old people.
It arouses the flow of gastric juice,
and by a peculiar action trains the
stomach and bowel muscles to again
do their work naturally, and in time
medicines of all kinds can be .dis
pensed with. A free sample bottle
can be had for trial by sending your
address to the doctor, for jri this
way Mrs. Gaskinds, Mr. Gavellas and
many others first learned of the cure.
Later, when satisfied it is the remedy
3rou need, do as others are doing and
buy it of your druggist at fifty cents
and one dollar a bottle.
For the free sample address Dr. Wl
B. Caldwell, 402 Caldwell buildings
Consider how few things are worthy
of anger, and you will wonder that
any but fools should be in wrath.
Wife Got Tip Tod Advice.
'My wife wanted me to take our
boy to the doctor to cure an ugly
boil,'' writes D. Frankle, of Stroud,
Okla. "I said -put Bucklen's Arnica
Salve on it.7 She did so.and it cured
the boil in a short time.,, Quickest
healer of burns, scalds, cuts, corns,
bruises, sprains', swellings. Best pile
cure on earth. Try it. Only 25c ab
One of the Many Popular
Shapes That We Are Showing.
A moderately priced one, too.
If you are looking for "The"
Hat you'll find it in our pres
ten handsome display of smart
We have made extra efforts
this season to reach the idea of
every woman and feel confident
of your securing a satisfactory
Mrs. Corne Watson Baird.
Bloodine Loosens the phlegm
Cough immediately and per-
. Checker manently, cures a
Cough. Croup, Whoop
ing Cough and all Throat and Lung
Affections. The best remedy fqr
children. 25c, 50c and 81.00 a bottle.
Mrs. Harriette Wells Allen. Gaffny. S.C. says:
I have hzd Bronchitis for about twintvv;-ir .inH
Its the first medicine that has done ma much rood.
W. T. Brooks, Agent.
Will Help You
To Regain Your SiraogtH
Separf of the He&d Phytlelm tm
" a Leading New York Hospital '
$ en the Ctxro of Catarrh.
"A few years ago we considered that
we were aoing vell if we cured ten per
cent, of the cases of catarrh brought
to us, bub since the introduction of
1 'Bloodine' ' into our hospital we cure
more than 90 per cent, of all the cases
of Catarrh in its various forms brought
to us. Catarrh of the Head, Catfrrh
of the Eyes, Catarrh of the Bladder
(and TJretha, Catarrh of the large in
'testines, Catarrh of the Larynx, JPelvia
Catarrh, Catarrh of the Throat,, and
l Catarrh of the Stomach are quicklir
cured with "Bloodine." Itbuildsnew
tissues, eives new enererv". new life.
new blood and strength to any part of
the body attacked by tho Catarrhal
Bloodine is a powerful tonic, nom
ishing food medicine, composed of
valuable tonic stimulants obtained
from vegetable drugs. "Bloodine"
.contains no narcotics or other danger
ous drugs which merely deaden pain
.temporarily, but give no permanent
: relief or cure the cause of your disease.
; "Bloodine is a powerful body builder
. and blood maker; it is the beat remedy
'known to the medical profession to
enrich thin, watery blooa and supply
ntw, rich red blood to the whole body.
FREE - To prove the wondarM
mftrit of RTiOnTTN"R wa will mail &.
1 large sample bottle for 10 cents in !&'
1 ver or stamps for postage.
Address, Thi Bloodbtb CoEPOSATioir, Boston, Maaav.
W. T. Brooks, Agent