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You are ai often judged by what you wear as by
thr- company you keep. High Art Clothes are, good
ly wear and goodly company.
Men's Winter Suits At $13.95
Embracing a lnrgo collection of this season's Si 8.
50 to S35. Modols in regulation stylos. They arc the
closing out out-put of our factory. Shown in a com
plete range of wanted fabrics and colorings, and in a
sufficient variety all around to insure every man get
ting the suit he wants, and that at $13.95.
20 percent off on all other suits and overcoats
Special sales in all sections of our store
Rebates from now on on all sales
Our Parcels Post Proposition
We will transmit by Parcols Post, free of charge
to you.all purchases from one ounce to eleven pounds.
This applies to orders received in any department of
IT PATS TO TRADE HERE.
The man who whispeis down a
About the things ho has to cell
Will never reap a crop of dollars
Like he who climbs a tree and
' News of the Town !
Oon Bohan tho switch oncineor
has purchnscd tho homo of OlinR.
McQary on Farren Ave., and will
raovo into it. E.L. Wise tho pres
ent occupunt will move as soon
as he can find a suitable placo.
Conductor A. M. Ilowoll and
family will leavo today for
Fordsvillo whero they will reside
in the futuro Mr. Howell havmp
tho run between that city and
Miss B'Utit Jenninca spent this
morning in Mudisonvillo on bus
iness. Mrs. Robert I'ricst will loavo
in a few days for a visit to tho
family of John Loup;staff in Elk
ton. Ellis Grant hns purchnscd tho
old homo of Win. Jennings at
Hccla and will reside there.
Consideration not known.
J. 0. Brunnoll whoso body
was found n few miles from
T-II--I .1 ..
IvjJltlKsviiiu u low uuva nfcw wnn
known in this city having visited
his nephew A. 0. Orrell, ho left
here only a fow days before ho
disappeared from his home and
the remains were found last
week. M.B. Orroll was inOIarks
ville to assist in identifying the
Have you played the new pune
of Roodlcs? l:s Great, .von can
piireliiiflt it at Sisks Book Store,
Mifs L'icy Fawcett spent yef
tenlay afternoon in Uopkinsvillo
Telephone Suks Book Store at
Madisouville and get you a game
of Roodlcs 50c.
Thieves broke into the store
of Tom Sory in Madisouville Sat
urday night and stolen a lot of
knives, cigarettes and sundrioe.
No clew is known of the rascalr.
Koy Burnliill, of Madisouville,
will represent the Madisouville
High School in the Oratorical
Contest at Hendersou February
28th., he being the leader in the
Preliminary Contest over eleven
others in Madisouville.
F. D. Rush has returned borne
from a visit to Now York and
Pittsburg whero ho has been on
biisiuess for the St. Bernard.
W. 0. McLeod, of Madisonville,
was iu the city yesterday morn
ing on business.
Quite a largo number of our
citizens attended tho Bifhop sale
at Dulins Store in M idisoiiville
last week the sale still continue?.
Mrs Pauline Brooks anJ Miss
Mary Hewlett, of this city, who
are connected with one of St
Louis largest dry goods storo have
accepted a position with a large
concern 111 Fort Worth Texas and
will start in- tho first of Feb-
rurary at a handsome salary.
Mrs. Elsie Robinson and
daughter, Mrs. Dan Evans have
returned from Rochester N. Y.,
where thev attended the bodsido
of Ed Robinson, sou of Mrs.
Robinson, who has boon suite'
ing from an eiFcctod foot.
Hal Thompson was in Evtui?-
Mr. and Mr?. Etl Wise and
KHthloen Spillman loft Monday
morning for Florida whore thoy
will spend the remainder of tho
For the 1
A Cure for Chronic Constipation, Torpid Llvar
and Irregular Bovel Movements.
Constipation Is tho most common disorder of the bowels. It
affects both sexes and all ages but Is moro prevalent amomr
women becauso their duties in tho household requlro less physical
czerclss than the occupations of men; thereforo women suffer
most Xrom Us baneful effect.
A constipated -person Is an cssjr victim vrhen exposoa to any
serious disease Pneumonia, Typhoid Fever, Malaria, Rheumatism,
Email rox. Yollow Fovcr and BrlBht'a Disease wither their annual
harvest of death among those who are habitually constipated,
riven though they escape theso diseases, such persons aro always
alllntf more or less. They havo headaches, bad digestion, dizzi
ness. vlrtlKO (blind staggers), sallow complexion, flatulence, loss
of strength; and no energy at all. Ilerblne has a most admlrablo
effect In the bowels; It Is cooling, purifying and regulating. It
puts a prompt check on biliousness, wind In. the bowels, nervous
neis, heartburn, bad breath, low spirits, drowsiness) la tho day
tliae and nervous wakefulness at night.
Pries 50c per Bottle.
JWltT.MtlM , HMMKTM T.tJWt,WJ
Foe Weak BIV Son Ejre. ue Stephen Ky Mrs, It cores.
St. Bernard Mining Co., Incorporated, Drug Dept., Special Agent
Mr. and Mrs. John Miloney,
of Providence, are moving to
their homo on Main Street re
cently purchased from Mrs. J.
Mrt. D. P. Bunks has roturned
from Hcuderson where she ha
been vi-'f'nsr her mother.
Mr L. B. Todd apent Satur
tiny in Mortons Gup.
Mr. H. W. R'igorg 1ms pur
clinsod from Dr. E. A. Davis hi
residince on Railroad Street.
Miss Adclitio Tooms and moth
er, of Madisonvillo, spent Sun
day in Earlington with Mrs. 0.
H. R. McOreary was at home
witii his family Saturday aud
Mrs. Brent Hart was in Madi
sonvillo Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mr?. E. W. Rjnfrow
and Mrs. L, V. Renfrow were in
Madisonvillo S tturday afternoon.
Elgio Goodloe and Theodore
Newbold havo this winter canghi
and killed 2S!t Possums and 84
coons tlio woods must lie full uf
rhem and the hides of rtie com
brin it good price in the inuikfl
$2.00 for tho coons hides an.
.$1.00 for th Opossum
Mra. Stewart Tells How She
Suffered from 16 to 45 years
old How Finally Cured.
Euphemia, Ohio. " Because of total
Ignorance of how to caro for myself
when verging into womanhood, and from
taking cold when going to school, I suf
fered from a displacement, and each
month I had scvero pains and nausea
which always meant a lay-off from work
for two to four days from tho time I
was 16 years old.
"1 went to Kansas to live with my sis
ter and whilo there a doctor told me of
the Pinkham remedies but I did not use
them then as my faith in patent medi
cines was limited. After my sister died
I came homo to Ohio to livo and that
has been my homo for tho last 18 years.
"Tho Chango of Lif o camo when I was
47 years old and about this time I saw
my physical condition plainly described
in one of your advertisements. Then I
began using Lydia E. Pinkhom's Veg
etable Compound and I cannot tell you
or any one tho relief it gave mo in tho
first three months. It put mo right
whero I need not lay off every month
and during tho last 18 years I have not
paid out two dollars to a doctor, and havo
been blestwith excellent health fora wo
woman of my ago nnd I can thank Lydia
E. Pinkham'sVegetablo Compound for it
" Since tho Chango of Life is over I
havo been a maternity nurse and being
wholly self-supporting I cannot over
estimate tho value, of good health. I
have now earned a comfortable little
home just by sewing and nursing since
I was 62 years old. I nave recommended
tho Compound to many with good re
sults, as it is excellent to take before
nnd after childbirth." Miss EvELTO
Adelia Stewart, Euphemia, Ohio.
If yon want special advice vrrlto to
Ljdla E.rinlilmm Medicine Co. (conil
dcntial) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will
bo opened, read and answered by a
woman ana held In strict conlldence.
E. L. McGregor Editor of tho
Sobreo News was in tho city yef
torday afternoon visiting Dr. R.
Mr. Charles Mvor?, of Hop
kuisville, was in the city vestor
day nfternoin with his now
butcher wagon, ho will nmko
this.city every waek and handle
nothing but the very best of
moHlR and other gupplios of' that
kind. 11b will be be tad in
Mortons Gap M-ro'iutile Slee
has sld it stock of uoods to Kov
Jones, -Win uiil cuiitiuuo tin-
busiucss iu the Mercantile store.
All parties iudqbted to said firm
will please como forward at ouce
nnd mnko settlement, either
caBh or note.
BEN T. ROBINSON,
Death Angtb Take Away The Infant of
Mr. and Mrs. John Slik.
Tho four mouths old infant of
Mr. and Mrp. John Sick passed
away Friday, after sovoral weeks
illuoss, of thront trouble. In
terment took place at Grapevine
Cemetery, Saturday afternoon.
The bereaved nurents have the
sincere sympathy of their many
friends in tins Hour 01 sorrow,
(Conducted by the Woman's Christian
WHY KIPLING CHANGED MIND
Noted English Author Witnessed
Scene In Buffalo and at Once
Altered His Opinion.
Rudyard Kipling, in nomo of his
earlier writings, hootod at tho Idea of
tomperanoo, but attor seeing In tho
city of Buffalo, N. Y., tho scono in a
beer hall whero two girls woro made
drunk through tho efforts ot tholr
malo companions, and then taken reel
ing down a dark alloy, ho wrote tho
following on pago 121 of American
"Then, recanting previous opinions.
I bocamo a prohibitionist. Dotter it
Is that a man should go without his
beer in public places, and content
himself with swearing at tho narrow
mlndcdnoss of tho majority; better it
is to poison tho insldo with very vilo
tomperanco drinks and to buy lagor
furtlvoly at bock doors, than to bring
temptation to tho lips ot young fools
such as tho four I havo seen. I un
derstand now why tho preacher rogos
against drink. I havo said: Thoro
Is no harm in it taken moderately,'
and yot my own demand for beer help
ed directly to sond two girls reeling
down the dark street to God alono
knows what end. If liquor Is worth
drinking, it Is worth taking a little
trouble to como at such troublo as
a man will undergo to compass his
own destros. It Is not good that wo
should let It bo beforo the eyes of chil
dren, and I have been a fool In writ
ing to tho contrary."
AT WHOSE DOOR THE BLAME?
Nearly 100,000 Quarts of Rum
Shipped to the "Dark Continent
Debauchery to Follow.
A few months ago the steamer Graf
Walderseo of the Hamburg-American
lino shipped nearly 100,000 quarts of
rum for the "Dark Continent." This
is said to bo tho largest export from
Boston In years. It Is stated that
much of tho rum for Africa usually
goes by sailing vessels, but they were
so nearly out ot the poison over thero
that a quicker transit was demanded.
Somebody is responsible for the de
bauchery of body and soul that will
follow this shipment Who is It? Tho
manufacturers and tho government
must share in tho woo pronounced
upon him "who gireth his neighbor
drink," and bo must every Christian
man and women ot this enlightened
continent who does not use his or
her influence to prevent the manu
facture and sale of the deadly poison.
Our Message, official ohgan of the
Massachusetts Woman's Christian
THE SALOON BANK.
You deposit your money and lose It.
Your time and loso it
Your character and loso.lt
Your health and lose It.
Your strength and lose It
Your self-control and loso it
Your home comfort nnd loso it
Your own soul and lose it
Tho depositor awakes to find him
Tho most effective temperanco or
ganizations In America today ore the
great industrial plants, and their lead
ers nro the captnin? of industry. Their
conclusions are fcc.ed upon tho uner
ring nnd conrpqucntly overwhelming
testimony ot tho lodger. It la another
case whero "figures will not lie."
They havo discovered he persistent
foe to prosperity, tho sources of dan
ger in places ot trust and responsibil
ity. In this great flanking army of
business perhaps tho mighty railway
systems of America aro tho most effec
tive corps. Jenktn Lloyd Jones.
Liquor and Capitalist.
Tho grain used by tho liquor trafllo
is wasted; labor expended upon It is
wasted; money spent by tho buyer ot
liquor Is wastod.
Capital invested In the liquor traf
fic decreases the aggregate woalth
and increases taxation.
The same capital used In productive
Industries would add to the general
prosperity and reduce the publlo bur-dans.
Alcohol a Handicap.
A Swiss experimenter, Profseeeor
Durlg, experimented In mountain
climbing with and without nlcohoL
On tho days when ho ussd ns much
alcohol as would bo contained In two
glasses ot boor ho oxpendod 15 per
cent, more energy tan on tho non
alcoholic days, be did less work In a
given time, and theroforo ho required
21 per cent moro tlmo to climb the
mountain than on the noo-aloohol
Liquor In Pennsylvania.
According to the records of Ue in
ternal revenue, department there are
23,448 persons in Pennsylvania paying
the government liquor tax. There are
only 14,000 paying the state Iloenss
fee, so there are 9,443 speak-oaslee in
the "model" lloense state of Pennayl-ranlo.
Tint the man takes a drink,
.Then the drink takes a drink.
Then tho drink takes the num."
RARE BARGAINS IN
Make your purchase now and save from
25 per cent to 50 per cent
New, clean stock, bright, up-to-date pat
terns, at price of hold overs.
This Wall Paper is from our
Fall 1912 purchase, and is clean
desirable stock, but in order
to make room for our large
spring purchase, we will offer
choice of any grade or pattern
at price reduction never before
given the people of this com
munity. We have about 30 patterns
in room lots to close at HALF
Price. All other patterns and
grades at 25 to 331 per cent dis
count. Make your selection now,
we will hang any time you want
it. An expert decorator for
every job, all work guaranteed.
Wall Paper at 4c to $1.50 per
" Single Roll
Prices Withdrawn February 1st.
The McLeod Store
On The Square
Perhaps it's because you are demanding too
much of your body. If you are assuming more re
sponsibility and work than you are capable of doing,
or if you have become run-down and worn out
through worry, by all means build yourself up.
This beneficial medicine creates new appetite, makes you
healthy, vigorous and full of vim and vitality. Absolutely
the best remedy in existence for the purpose, quickly restor
ing vital tissue and morrow-making elements. $1.00 per
St. Bernard Mining Co.