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What Sterile Said.
Sterne once said that tho most ac
complished way of using books is to
serve tlfem as somo do lords; learn
their titles and then brag of their ac
quaintance. The New Parker
C. A. MORTON
Funeral Director and Emtalmer
If weak,' you need'Cardui,
the woman's tonic Cardui
is made from gentle herbs,
acts in a natural manner,
and has no bad results, as
some of the strong drugs
sometimes used. As a med
icinea tonic for weak,
tired, worn-out women,
Cardui has been a popular
success for over 50 years.
v Regulating Window Opening.
A broad band of leather or fabric,
held in place by a small catch, has
been Invented for regulating 'the
height of carriage or automobile win
dows. W the PV Jtek KnJe &&&
rat ia ftny Docket. !d ahv mfiliea
ereji efwae cjowa nd it ttjvntt to leak.
City k n your trover pocket akmff
wjlhyowrJackkoJa aad key, cad k pet
fee4rM!c The Dewat mm tianji.it SnrejrtJoa m
- fannlih pen. Pike $2.50 and upwjjik
. " ' f i' " - , .
f ARRY & PV J.ct KnJe SfT B
4 Pen ftny Docket. !d nv mfiliea H
Any Call Answered Promptly Day or Night.
,", m JJfci JMJB I MnBHDtMH
The man who whippeis down a
Abeut the things he has to sell
JWill never reap a orop of dollars
Like he who elimbs a tree and
News of the Town
"W. S. Elgin, of Madisonvilie, was
Id town yesterday.
New things In Ladles' Hats and
Trimmings. Call and see them now.
Baknks, Cowand & Co.
Norm King, of St. Charles. waB
in the city last night In his 60 H. P.
Bulck enronte to visit his mother in
Mrs. W. E. Rash was In Madfson
Tllle visiting relatives Wednesday
. Dock B Griffin is In Clay where,
ono of his grandchildren Is serious,
I can save you money on your fall
suit. Let me show you my samples.
WAI.TKK N. Martin.
Sam P. Raiuoy, of Corblu, 1b In
tho city today visiting old friends
enrouto home from a visit to Evans-vllle.-
MunSing Uuderwoar for tho whole
family. Barnes, Cowand & Co.
P, W. Starks, of Evausvllle, waB
in the city Thursday on businoss
with the work department of this
- For tho new styles in Ladles,'
Misses' and Children's Sweaters see
us. Barnks, Cowand & Co.
Mrs. Emma Davis will return to
morrow from Louisville whore sbe
. has been attending the annual meet
ing of tbe U. D.O.
Anyone interested In buying a
home for either homo or renting
purposes, can find out something t&
t'leir advantage by culling at tho
Norrls King, Mux Glllilnnd and
Lawson Asbmoro, of St, Chailes,
were in town lust night.
v Bassott Slek, it LoulBville, was
in MadiHonvlllo Friday.
TO SICK WOMEN
Thousands Have Been Helped
By Common Sense
( Women suffering from any form of fe
male .ills are invited o communicate
promptly with the woman's private corre
spondence departm 'nt of tho Lydia E.
Pinkhnm Medici no" Co., Lynn, Mass,
-Your' letter will bo opened, read and
v answered by a woman and held in strict
, confidence. A woman can freely talk of
her private illness to a woman; thus has
been established a confidential eorre.
.spondenco which has extended over
many years anl which has never been
broken. Never have they published a
'testimonial Or used a letter without the
Written consent of tho writer, and never
jhas tho Company allowed these confiden
tial letters to get out of their possession,
as the hundreds of thousands of tkem in
jtlieir files will attest
Out of tho vast volume of experience
Which thoy havo to draw from, it is moro
than possible that they possess the very
knowledge needed in your case. Noth
ing is asked in re" turn except your good
will, and their advice has helped thou
sands, surely any
woman, rich or poor,
should be glad to
take advantage of
this 'generous offer
it assistance. Ad
' areas Lydia E. Pink
bam Medicine Co.,
Every woman ought t have
Lydia E. Pinkuara's 80-page
ext Book. It Is not a book for
general distribution, as It to' toe
xpejialre It U fire and only
M&Ktaabto Iry mall. Write for
Col. vV F. Sheridan, Transporta
tion for the L. & N. R. R, spent
Wednesday in the -aity with friends
and on business.
New things hi Ladies' Hats and
Trimmings. Call and see them now.
Baknks, Cowand & Co.
James T. Alexander, of Madison
vilie, was in the olty yesterday af
ternoon on business.
For Sale A small coal cook stove.
Will sell cheap. In good condition.
Rev. W. A. Grant, ttffe newly ap
pointed pastor of the M. E. Cnurch
South arrived In the olty Wednes
day and will hold his first services
One piece Ready Made Dressep.
Blue, brown. $6 50 and $7.00.
Babnhs, Cowand fc Co.
Walton Perry, who has been con
nected with the St. Bernard Drug
Store for several years, has resigned
aud will accept a position with a
Mdrry Ky.t firm. Mr. Perry has
many friends here, who will regret
this moye, aud bo leaves here with
the best wishes of evory one wlo
knows him. A popular young drug
gist from Madisonvilie, will proba
bly all Mr. Perry's place with tl e
St. Bernard store.
can get room in good location.
Apply at thisoflloe.
Mrs. O. B. Thayer roturned to hr r
home at'fullahoma, Teun., Friday.
Mrs. Nannie Patterson, of Madi
sonvilie, spent yesterday in the city
For tne new styles in Ladies,'
MisBeB' aud Children's Sweaters see
us. Barnes, Cuwand & Co.
Mrs. L. V. Renfro spent yesterday
Sam Offltt, of Mndlsouvillf, was
in the olty Thursday on busiuoBS
and to visit friends.
Ladles' All Wool Suits and Coats.
Tho very newest makes. $12.50 to
$20.00. Baknks, Ouwand & Co.
Juo. T. Barnett made a business
trip to Nortonvllle Thursday after
noon. Geo. C. Atkinson spent Thursday
afternoon in the county seat on
Munsing Underwear for tho vh le
family. Baknks, O-wand & Co.
D. J. Duncan, of Greouville, spent
a few days this week In tho city n
Bibles and Wall Mottoes, all
grades and pricos. Pictures of Jesus
Christ as Infant, youth, Crucified
and Ideal, 10c for the four, Can
furnish you any book published,
Waitkr n. Martin,
MIbr Mary Blair is still quite II)
at the home of hpr fatbor, Pat Blair.
Mrs. W. S. McGary and Mrs. John
L. Long were In St. Charles, yester
day. Ono piece Ready Made DreBEec
Blue, brown. $6.50 a'ud $7 00.
Barnes, Cowand & Co.
1 Mrs, L. V. Renfro, who has been
vi3lting in Bowling Green , for the
past woek, has returned home..
Max, Gilllland and Dr,"0. B
Mc'Etion, of St. Charles, spent Wed
nesday evening In the olty with
Ladles' -All Wool Suits and Coate,
Pho very newest makes, $12.50 to
$20.00, Barnks, Cowand & Co.
Mrs. Carrie Rowland, of St. Louis
Mo., Is visiting relatives in the city
Nutting is now quite popular
Every day parties can be seen going
to the woods with baskets to gather
In a wJnter supply. ?j S .
The ladies of the Guild of St. Mar
garet will give an "Apran Shower"
at the resldetlce of Mrs. W. H. Kline
on Monday afternoon Ootober 14th.
These aprons are to be sold at the
BKZJtar, which will be on the 19th.
All members are expected to be
present and bring their aprons,
?ai lnl4y-'fa, mm ;d? HndaeSi?
Sloouch "off?" A good remedy U Burdock
Blood Bltlcri. Ask ypur druggist. PrUcffoo.
Tho Woman's Tonic
Mrs. Lula Walden, of
Gramlin, S. C, followed
this advice. Read her let
ter: "1 was so weak,
when I first began to take
Cardui, that it tired me to
walk just" a little. Now, I
can do all the general
housework, for a family of
9." Try Cardui for your
troubles. -It may be the
very remedy you need.
Rav. Geo. O. Abbitt, the well
known Episcopal minister of
Hopkinsvill will hold service?
hars Sunday night at 7:45 in the
The Gold Age.
It has been well said that nowa-
3ays people know the price of every
thing and the value of nothing.
Sun's Rays Far From Earth.
At its nearest point, tho sun is 91,
250.0QO miles from the earth.
L.& N. TIME CARD. .
Time oi arrival of trains passing
through and departure of trains
originating at Earllngton. f
Effective Sunday, April 0, 1911 .
No. 92... 0:25a. m, ''
No. 62 11.08 a. m
No. Qli..'. 7.84. p. in. -.
No. 54 11.22 pVm.
No. 58 ,. 4.80 a.m.'
No. 95 740 a.m.
No. 51....... 4.21 p, m.
No. 93 10.48p.m.
INTERUBBAN TRAINS. ;
NORTH BOnND. -"
No. 106 7.64 a. m.
No. 108.? 2.00 p. m
No. 110 6.02-p. m.
No. 106 : .... 7.10a.m.
No. 107 12.67 p. m.
No. 100 8.10 p.m.
No. Ill 6.10 p- m.
M.H.&E. TIME CARD.
M. H. & E. timo card went iuto
effect Sunday, April 9, 1911.
No. 112 leaves 5:45 a.m.
No. 118 arrives.... 8:80 p. m.
I. C. R. R. TIME CARD.
Time of departure of Illinois Cen
tral trains from Nortonville, Kv.
No. 102 1.28 p. m.
No 104 3.40 a.m.
No. 122, local pass. 10.45 a m.
No 186. local 6 30 p. m.
No. 1 4.08 p.m.
No. 103 1.46 a.m.
No. 121, local pass. 1.28 p.m.
No. 185 local pass 6.53 a. m.
PROVE THAT IT WONT LEAK
Uaicxev any Parker Lucky Carre Pen;
KUml tube with inks touch cunred end to
banel wall, and Match the Ink fcool dotin.
Call at the (tore aad kc uie Sfiteratag
explanation of why thit teat prorea the
Parks won't leak.
Get a Paiker oa trial. We refund your
monrjyf you're not pleated DaauJi your
feuBteai pea troutlea let Bood by 8bbs a
Parker Pea today.
ST! BERNARD MINING 'CO.
I B. M. SLATON
g UNDERTAKER t
i Funeral Director. ;: Licensed Embalmer
Answer Gill oetlle TDeiy or ISfigtat
NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE.
Office Plionc 124-2
Residence Phone 124-3
I MADISONVILLE, KENTUCKY
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Beautiful Goods, Plump Values
Buying goods atour store is not like
rbitinsf at a Haltewe'en apple floating in a
c ' 1 a c
jtub of water. You are always sure to get
1 i i i i i 1
iwnat you want wnen you visit our estao
lishment. You want good goods, correct
in style, and you want an honest price
that's what you get when you deal with
us. Come and see our beautiful goods;
vou will buy them and come again for
Dry Goods Department
Ono I) net as woll try to describe the beauties of an autumn sun
set as to correctlvet forth tho ninny delightful features which are
sprinkled ovii this department. But wo can assure you that we
have the largest and moat complete line of Dress Fabrics, Staples
and Accessories ever shown by us,
I t . i J f st 1 itm 4 L. . - 4. m v w.
This Ecction is full to oyei flowing with the rno3t popular shades
I weaves in all the season's newest shades.
We-are.yh.owinir a complete line of those much wanted Silks in
'crepe Meteor and Ctmrmtuse patterns, tho newest things in silks in
arrange of'colorsond prices that will please overyono. I
This line embraces all the deairable fabsics, shades and weaves
for fall garments. WhipcordB, SergeB, Diagonals, Cheviots and
Wool mixtures and Ztbeljne cloth. Prices irom 15o to $2.50 per yd.
Be euro to see our lino of Import Kid Gloves,
value than you have evor seen for $1 00 aud $1.50.
More real Glove
r We are'showing a complete line of Silk an
grades, bwt we wish to eall your special at ten
SilK Hose at $1.00
dXiIsloHosle'r.v in all
attention to our line
the best va)ue in the world for the money.
Allihe latest in Dress -Trimmings to match any of the new
A Clothing Message to Men
Let ua decide the Oldthiug question for you this fall. In our
Men's Clothing Department we are showing Fall Suits and over
coats In greater variety and with greater distinctiveness than ever
b-ifore in this store's history. "We are also representatives of Kup
ponholmer, Griffon and other well-known makers of High-Grade
Clothing, whose Ubels are the best truidos to oorrect stylos, and
our high standard of Quality, Tailoring, Finish and Fit form the
foundation of which we hav.o built up our largo clothing business.
There is no question about the fabrics, as we only buy such
materials In selecting our clothes as we can Absolutely Guarantee
Our close margin of profits form the oornerntotio of our suo
coss.a Come in todaj and allow us to proveit to you. It's a pleas
ure to show you our merchandise.'
"WHATEVER y uir Fall wardrobo may require -you'll find it
hero if anywhere. From our comproheusive Bhowlug of suits and
overcoats down to the smaller fixings, you're assured of a superb
Suits $12 50 to $25.00
Overcoats $10,00 to $25.00
Shoe Talk for Women
No line of women's shoes more completely meotB the require
ments of the careful dresser than the line we are showing. Our
styles will always be seen in the front rank on smartly gowned
'young women. We have all the nobby styles in stock. Ask to see
the newest In foot-wear. Watch our windows.
THE FLORSHEI.U SHOE FOR THE MAN WHO CARES IS
THE SHOE FOR YOU.
BUSTER BROWN SCHOOL SHOES. BOYS AND GIRLS
DON'T FAIL TO SEE BUSTER AND HIS DOG WITH US
Ask to see the Pneu-Form, the
wonderful PneUnoatic Dress-
The McLeod Store
MADISONVILLE Incorporated KENTUCKY
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