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MAKE U3E b" '0UM"MAH v.RIJXR; DEPARTMENT'.'
HUNDREDS TO SELECT FROM
M.. up fruit $18 "0 to ti.un nliliu b 'r V
rq!iir mi pmitr Hiry woui I commit! frm !.
fil Tin lt the I w dent vmihoiiV mill uhlpr.tMit .( fine
tp' wp'vh ivf i M tuirml fritin ottr f.irtnry In Winy
ii ,! (, tlii i rlcM thi'V Hn to lt ilil ut uiivnrii im'tfly
'! ipf limtnrlllP.
VOUK OHUICK KOU jn.W)
41 IB -IK 1 tlip ii,ii(iii prion th it. "till nttriiet piiiiliir ut,.
(iit inn tu unr ueiory "runiuiiiii.ti" hiilf; rmim-r pin-n
$IH.r,0 to f'JS.lKf. Only III- m-ft fitlirtes mill liio VN
Fur tint m-u'iiti the Mucks aro in mi iM'gnut condition
to select from.
20 off nil nil our lugllliir Mmi'K iick rillltrt rtii'l Ovrr-
cn.ith. Notliini; li.trrid tlim ohiiihk tiuOr thl lu-ati.
HUDUCTION AND DISCOUNT HALHS
J 11 Manhattan Shirts, W1.0J Slila'.s, Nweluvear, Swi-at-i-r
ContH, lir'l' 11 Iih-h of Mi-h'h ami HnvV lltn' Shoes
Vulnur ll.it, mi.l hII llunhiif Ho.vV wimr.
Ol'li I'AltCJKLS POhT I'liOl'OSlI ION.
ovui triiiixtiiit ly l'nrolk l'ot, Iih of mitrx to
1 I purolmn'i flom 01111 iiihii'p to Hfvrrn p.iumU.
ni'i'llidjio iTilc-rs rreelu'' 1 tn any Oeimrtinmit of
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f i PAYS TO TRADE HCRZ.
I.- ' ' E1VANSVILLE, .'I IS DIANA. Vyr'tV.'
The man who whispeis down a
About tho things ho has to sell
Will never reap a crop of dollars
Like he who climbs a tree and
News of the Town
Tho woniiB aro full of caudldatos
anil thoy nro noon on evorv hand ho
twepn this nml Auyuit anil you will
got tho glad hiinil from peoplf that
never noticed you bufore, but that U
all In tile gmm.
Tlieru U no 0110 from this olty on
iho Grand Jury for tho llrnt tlmoin
some time. There in nearly always
some one from tltU olty who has to
sit or. thl" body
Mrs. Hnrbert S. Hooklu and Mrs.
Ruth Hale, of IndiaunpollB, Itid.,
are visiting tholr niotliur Mrs. L. E.
EkIoII for a f6W days and onroutu
home will stop over at Princeton,
Ind.. to vlBlt their Mstor Mrs. Don.
Vise. Mrs. Ilockin will then leave
for Leavenworth. Kansas to visit
her husband, who with tho thirty
three other Labor loaders convicted;
Is now coullued at the Federal prison
at Lenveuworth, Knnsas.
City Marshal Win. liradley and
Judge A. J. Ilennitt, wore lu Madl
sotivllluyeatorday luornltiK makltiK
their report to the circuit Judge.
I K. D. MoOnry.of Hopkinovll c wnt
In tho olty Sunday morning on busl-
nuns and to visit r Intivcn.
Mr. anil Mr. H.M. Salmon of Ilism
woro in the olty Saturday eiimuio to
MadlHonvillu to visit Irietidx.
Stivornl of our merchants arn up
b'ofore this court for selling n i-ofi
drink called Mall Ale. TIhtp are
ten chnruos against threo mnn on
J. V. Faull and D. D. Woodrull,
of St. Charles were In the city Sat-
HeuSlsk. of MadUonvillo was in
tho cltv yesterday afternoon on
Him 0. SUuoxev, of 2703 K. Sr.,
W. Wiulilugton,.0.,wtltn: "luf
larnl ulih rlicunmll.m fur IIto ytArs
ami 1 lito ln't got Lolit of your Lint
incut, Uil ft hu dono ma so niurli
good. My kneo Mo not luiin and tho
welllug toj gouo."
Quiets tho Nerves
Jinn. A.Wkuijiax, of W3 Thompwn
St., Jl.iryvllio. Jlo., wrltoi 1 ' Tti
Iietvo In my Ifg ilwtroyoil flo
un ago and left moltlia Jerking
at nlgtit o that 1 could not loei. A
frloud told 1110 to try your JJnliiicut
aud now 1 could not do ultkout It. I
Bud after lu una 1 can uleeii."
"Is a good Liniment. I keep it on
hand all tho time. My daughter
pralmil her wist and used youi
Liniment, and It has not hurt her
of B-lnia, N. O.,
At All Dealers
25o., 60c., $1.00
Slosn'i book on
hore, eAtttc bote
and poultry at
titop a cough before It
develops aomothlne mora
Is The Ileinedr That
Does tUe 'Work.
It relieves coughing lmmedlt
atelr, eases soreness In the
lungs, loosens phlegm and
clears tho bronchial tubes. It
Is a flno family remedy, pleas
ant' to tako and cood for chil
dren and adults'.
Irlec 23e. Mc and 11.00.
Duy tho J1.00 size. It contains
five times as much as tho 25c
slxo, and you set with each bot
tle a Dr. Ilcrrlclc's Red Teppor I
Porous riaster for tho chest.
I JmeiF.Dllrd,Prop. 6t.Louls,Mo. I
Sena Awo fttxoninMor.a B
St. Bernard Mining Co., Incorporated,
Drug Department, Special Agenb
Mr. anil Mrp. A. F. Mllec, who
have been II ving lu this city for some
years will more to their home In
Matllsonville shortly. Air. Miles has
been omployoil at the L. & N.
Kotindhnuse and will conlinuo to
work at this place, The depurturo
of Mr. MilosSaud wifo will bo regrot
ed by tlielr nianv frleudH.
Mrs- J. H.'HobhiBon, of St. Charles
ii visiting her daughter Mrs. J. W.
1'. L. F.ird, ot Eransvlllu, was In
tho city Saturday and Sunday see.
nig old trleuds.
TI10 "SuiiBhluo Class", of the
Motlioilist Suudiiy School gave a tea
In the Ilaracca cIiiub room Saturday
afternoon and having quite a num.
bur in titteiidauco a neat sum was
roallzeil by the little workurs. Under
tho directions of Mrs. Clas. Webb,
tho teacher, these little folks are
doing noino worthy work for the
Tho Ladle Aid, of the Methodist
church, will have a bazarr ut some
tune in the near future aud expect
to have 011 it unlay a number of on
slrable tilings at reasonable price).
All concerned lu this work wllljiut
forth every ellort to furnish things
worth tho time of the customers and
will appreciate every attontion
to this display.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Harnett, have
gone to Bt. Louis for a several days
L. Springfield, of Madisonville was
in town Friday.
Fletcher MoCord, has accepted a
position in the St. Bernard office
filling tlm pUco rnciMitly vacntud by
Unlph Diutl'iy. Dutllfy Imvlngtakon
the place ot Hov I'nytnn, who has
iroim to a position In a hank at Evans-vlll-.
J. It. Mmlli., f ( Uy, win aviBitor
In pi.- oily Ism wwh, H will lv
OIbv u im vttil rtittNlHlK mftlia this
elty tl)"!' rutnrv nonu.
V ei ne?lrd fnn.t lh fauil-
li of Wi l IrnioiUh siui Hinry
n Hen -tatn that ll'.ty fri i Joy
ing " -ny clutiigp" or the West
t xc iiiniciy.
1. ti. AdniiiH, brnkt.uiaii for the L,
A N it. It, hnpiifiied to the ucitlili'hf
of gelling IHm Him fprallld(l wlille on
mty Friday 11 In. While coupling
Hie imr-i ha wa Jt rKetl agnniKt. inn
caboose unexpectedly. The Injury
is not of a nerlouR nature,
of tl e L. it X, II. ft. mill MUn Mln
11 le llrashem, were married by Conn
ty Judgn Hradley In Urn clrrks oillco
Saturday nftriifinn TIib.v will make
this oity I ItHr future hmnt,
Mrs. linck Shnver ami Mis Suit
Will l)nrli npiit. Httiilj- tnii
Mouday with rr U- in St Loin
' i-. M. I, fmnti, ..f NtvMhvllp,
Tpo 1, wt o Iif bt en visit'iig ti lat. v s
In tin el;,, fi.r.afti Al ilajs lis 1 .
til r .... 1 hmili'.
Wlbv FrlU'hpft. if MailnwinrlllM.
was a vliiHor In th dry Humlay n -
Mm. (;. V. .InlikStou (one Mis
(iraco IiVrritr,) of Louisville, I
VlMling rilallven lu tno city till
Sev. r of ur citizens woro In tlm
County SeatyoHtfrdaynttonilltU' the
Circuit Court Unit Is lu pension lu
that city tins week.
MRS. WM. ARCHER
John V. Htrnaril, wliolnu lieuii ill
flic hodpitnl for some weeks is still
Improving aud expects to be taken
to his muni) within the next lew day .
The peoplo of Earlingtou camo
liberally to the aid of the llomt suf
ferers of aMiuj burg ami other points
and a great supply of the necessarioB . i'ets Mothers What To Do For
"My fourteen-year-old daughter was
very thin and delicate. Sho had a
bad cough so that I becamo very much
alnrmed ahout her health. Sho was
nervous and did not sleep well, had
very llttlo nppotlto and doctors did
not help her. Having hoard so much
about Vlnol, I decided to glvo it a
trial. It has helped her wonderfully,
fihe can Bleep r.11 night now without
coughing onco; In ft, her cough 13
gone. Her appctlto is greatly lm
proved and sho has gained In weight;
Vlnol Is a wonderful medicine, and I
will always keep It In tho house. I
wish every mother knew what Vlnol
will do for delicate children." Mrs.
Vm. Archer, 223 Broadway, Long
Branch, N. J.
This dccltclous cod liver and iron
mtlnn without oil Is a wonderful
body-builder and strength-creator Iot
both young and old. Wo promise
to glvo back your money in every
cv.ii rnsn where Vinol docs not
benefit. This shows our lalth la Vlnol
Sin 1 by St. Hernard Mining Co.
.. . .
kassBBBBissBsrrvT .UWWirV 1 J I
of life wore ciiriied away on tile
Dixie Klyor Frltlaj night to J I it I
olheiH of like nature III lin.kliig the
iiiifoi tiiiiutu of Huh place us coinfur-'
thhle .is ptoiiililH. ,
Quite a nuii'ber of ur citiztifii
were In .Ma.ltfonvtlle Saturday i
.ilteruoo t on dusIuhhs. i
,trf. , . in and son 1'. 1!. Jr.
were iii aiaillaonville fcjittu rl alti i.
J. men ami IVibf-rt l.o igstnlT, 'f
! Ira- vl n 'r ' :t'ng tln.-:r
n !." Id 'til el V I HI M.lUlanI
t'i.ie--a:n .kl.ei i.o.,u uu bu iiiifbf.
lieu y Wnff, l"i I'lUcllKfCtl t tie
ouie oi Or K. A. D.ivih and Mr,
zeinoie, of Carlioii'lale will icide
Mh Jii'm h Luis, w.iJ called to
me ,l fin a1 log iii'l'itrtuii'iit of tile Si.
Itei until Dittg Store last week. Tlie
wiiniows took on a dniHSof exquisite
attiactiveneHH under the skillful
hands of this talented designer and
her uual charming taste prevailing
liuit e ti display pleasing to the eye
Quite it number of now pavements,
are being laid lu tile city which ados
wonderfully to the appeareuceof the
town ah well as a sutirci of much de
light to persons traveling that wav.
it Is hoped that even more Interest
will be taken along this line.
Mesdames Haywood Starkey and
Melvln Hawkins, who have beii In
ilie city visiting friends and rela
tives for several days have gone to
D.tu-son Springs where they will
pend a few days before returning
to their home in the South.
Charle3 Mothershead.au employee
Voung oalts v. , i
Indiana in the old
ira.'k the trails m
- i and bent' by
i. '-ii country to
Ifi-'v .luno or In
'he d?ptbs ol def est -. ows
An Old Virginia Law.
Virginia has an old law, dating
back to the days of Patrick Henry,
which prohibits rights-of-way being
procured by condemnation proceed
ings through an orchard for a public
road. Why an orchard was particu
larly designated tor favoritism Is not
quite clear In these advanced days.
Women Are Constantly Being Restored to
Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's
"Worth mountains of gold," says one woman. Another
says, "I would not give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound for all the other medicines for women in the
world." Still another writes, " I should like to have the
merits of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound thrown
on the sky with a searchlight so that all suffering women could
read and be convinced that there is a remedy for their ills."
"Wo could fill a nowspapor ten times -the sizo of this with such quo
tations taken from tho letters wo have received from grateful women
whoso health has been restored and sull'ering banished by Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
"Why has Lydia E. Pinkhnm's Vegotablo Compound accomplished
such n universal success ? Why lias it lived and thrived and kept on
doing its glorious work among tho sick women of tho world for mora
than 30 years ?
Simply and surely becauso of its sterling worth. The reason no
other medicino has ever approached its success is plainly and sim
ply becauso there is no otlior medicino so good for women s illn.
Hero aro two letters that jusc camo to tho writer's desk only two
of thousand, but both tell a comforting story to ovory sullering wo. I
man who will road them and bo guided by thorn.
Every Good Boll Counis
In many cotton fields there Is too
much "weed" and the bolls fall. To
prevent this babnee the plant footi.
The old idea thst cotton does not need much
Potash is hard to eradicate. Hut the ltinper
Phosphates hac been used on the crop the
creator becomes the need of mote
Try a cotton fertilizer with 6 to 8 per cent.
Potash and use liberal side dressings of Kainit.
It will pay because Potush Pays.
Mix your old style ftrtilhur tyitA an equal
quantity tj" Kainit.
Wc now sell Kainit and all Potash S.ilti direct. Write
us for prices and for our free book on Cotton Culture.
GERMAN KALI WORKS, Inc.
42 EroteVtr, Nnr Ytrk KociJooci BII, CMtwo Dint & Trial Eli., Stiim1i(
Wiita-T Central Enk Bldj., K Orlcuu tcnlre tit., AtWt Su Frimclica
OPERATIONS UHDER WAY
TOBACCO BURNED AT COBB, KY.
Dt prcdatlon Is Thought to be 'Work of , For The Forty-Second Educational Asio-
Nifcht Riders Great Excitement
ii... k i,3 ..ii-, Iv., F-i.. 2.
T!n first instance- of Hurdling
-mat kiu: of niht-rnlins i: this
rt-uiou since the stumping out of
tint priiotice about five yuars imo
'.vug die burning last night of a
pruuticnlly-filled car of tobacco
that was bows loaded on the
Illinois Central tracks at Cobb,
a way sUtiou between here and
l'rinceton. Hie tobacco was
biius loaded for a dealer at
Olurkiville, who hud bought it
It -us handpacked in hogsheads
hendf, each containing about 1,
000 pou uds. There were seven
liousheuds. Tho car was fired
and burned, together with the
contents. One report reaching
here was that it was the work
of a band of meu, whether mask
ed or not could not be deiermin
ed. Auother report was that it
was not kuown exactly how the
demonstration was accomplished
or by whom. In both cases it
was stated there was no clew to
the ldenity of the parties. Dui
iug the previous excitement,
Cobb, was a military camp for
a while, and soldiers were camp
ed, there for several weeks, on
accounts of the depredations oc
curing in iliat vicinity.
For Hammer Handles.
Electricians' tape to cover part ot
tho handles of hammers and natcnots
will prevent them from slipping out
ot tho hand when In use.
WHEN YOUR CHILD
FKOM KIRS. D. II. BROWN.
Iola, Kansas.' ' During thu Chan go
of Llfo I was sick for two yenrs. Jto
foro I took your medicino I could
not hear tho weight of my clothes
and was bloated very badly. I doc.
tored with threo doctors but they
did me no good. Thoy said naturu
My sister ad
a E. Pinkham's
must have its way,
vised me to take Liydia ii. I'lnkham s
Vegetable Compoundand I purchased
a bottle. Ilcfore It was gono tho
bloating left me and I was not so
sore. I continued taking it until I
had taken 12 bottles. Now I am
Stronger than I have been for years
and can do all my work, even the
washing. Your medicine is worth
its weight In gold. I cannot praise
it enough. If moro women would
take your medicine there would bo Indiana.
more healthy women. You may uso
this letter for tho good of others."
Mrs, D, II. BuowK, 809 North Walnut
Street, Iola, Kan.
fciTfrite to LYDIA E.PINKTIAM MEDICINE CO.
WW (CONFIDENTIAL) LYNN, MASS.,f oradvlcc
Your letter will bo opened, read ami answered
by a woman aud held In strict conildeace.
MRS. WILLIAMS SAYS :
Elkhart, Ind." I suffered for 11
years from organic inflammation, fc
malo weakness, pain and irregulari
ties. Tho pains in my sides were
Increased by walking or ctaudlng on
my feet and I had such awful bearing
down feelings, was depressed In
spirits and became thin and palo
with dull, heavy eyes. I had six
doctors from whom I received only
temporary relief. I decided to glvo
Lydia E. Plukham's Vegetable Com
pound a fair trial and also the Sanl
live Wash. I have now used the
remedies for four months and cannot
express my thanks for what they
have done for me. Mrs. 8adik Wil-
V tm m t '
Cleanse It's Little Stomach Liver and
Boweh with "Syrup of Figs."
Look at the tongue, mother I
It coated, it is a sure sigu that
your little ou's insides, tho stom
ach, liver and SO feet of bowels
are clogned up with putrifyiug
waste matter and need a gentle
thorough, cleausing at once.
When your child is listless,
drooping', pale, doesn't sleep
soundly or eat heartily oris cross
irritable, feverish, stomach sour,
breath bad, has stomach-ache,
diarrhoea, sore throat or is full
of cold, give a teaspoouful of
Syrup of Figs, and iu a few hours
nil the fou), constipated waste
undigested food and sour
bile will gently move on and out
of its little bowels without nausea
ariping or weakness, und you
surely will have a well, happy
aud smiling child again shortly.
With Syrup of Figs you aro not
drinking your children, being
composed eutirely of luscious
figs, senna and aromatic it can
not be harmful, besides thoy
are dearly lovo its dilicious tnsto.
Mathers should always keep
Syrup of Figs handy. It is tho
only stomach, liver und bowel
clousor and regulator needed.
A little given today will save a
sick child tomorrow.
FU directions for children of
all ages and for growuupa plainly
printed ou the packages.
Ask your, druggist for tho full
name, "Syrnp of Figs aud Elixir
of Senua," prepared by the Oal
ifornia Fig Syrup Go. This is
the dolicious tasting, genuine
old relable. Refuse anything
elation to Be Held in Louis
ville in April
I'nparaliouM tire wt:ll tin ,jr
way for the forty-second annual
session of the Kentucky Educa
tional Association, tn be held in
Louisville April 1, May 1, 2 aud
3rd. The officers of the Associa
tion are: Supt. B. L. McFar
lantl, Owensboro, Pres. T. W.
Vinson, Frankfort' Secretary and
Treasurer, G. M. Money, Sbelby
villp. It is planned to make it
the most important educational
meeting ever held iu the South.
The program is filled with speak
ers outside tho State, of national
More than ascoro of the fore
most educators of Kentucky are
also on the program and it will
require three sessions each day
to carry through the important
work before the convention.
Louisville is making elaborate
preparations for the entertain
ment of the visitors und the offi
cers of the Association hope that
every teacher in the State will
attend, as the approaching con
vention is regarded as an impor
tant step for the educational up
lift of Kentucky. An exception
ally low railroad rate from every
point has been made on account
of the conYontioiii
"Why do you want a new
' On the grounds of newly dis
covered evidence, your honor."
"What's the nature of it?"
"My client dug up $400 that 1
didn't know he had." Philadel
L. & N. TIME CARD.
Time oi arrival of trains passing
fchrniiffh And HAnnrtiirn nf t.nln.
originating at Earlington.
Effective Sunday, Jan. 5, 1013,
No. 08 7.58 a. m
No, 92 0.80 a. m.
No. G2 11.13 a. m,
No. 94 8.00 p. m.
No. Bh 11.15 p. m,
No. 09 0.45 p. m.
No. 53 4.30 a. m.
No, 95 7.50 a. m.
No. 51 4.21 p.m.
No. 03 10.50 p.m.
No. 108 8.08 a. m.
'No. 108 2.03 p. m.
No. 110 5.02 p. m.
No. 105 7.05 a. in.
No. 107 12.57 p. ui.
No. 109 3.10 p. m.
No. Ill 0.10 p- in.
M. H. & E. TIME CARD.
3I. H. & E. time card wont Into
eilect Sunday, Jan. 5, 1013.
No, 112 leaves 5:45 n. m.
No. 113 arrives.... 8:30 p. in.
I. C.R. R. TIME CARD.
Timo of departure of Illinois Con-
tral tralus from Nortonvllle, Ky.
No. 102 1.28 p. m.
No 104 3.30 a. in.
No. l'J2, local pass. 10.45 a m.
No. 188, looal 0.80 p. m.
No. 101 4,08 p.m.
No. 103 2.03 a.m.
No. 121, looal pass, 1.28 p.m.
No. 185 local pass 5.53 a. ra.