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From 40 to 50 Woman's Critical Period.
Such warning symptoms as sense of suffocation, hot flashes, severe headaches, melancholia, dread of impending cyil palpitation of the heart, irregularity, constipation and dizziness are promptly treated by intelligent women who are approaching the period of life. . This is the most critical period of woman's life and she who neglects the care of her health at this time invites, in curable disease and pain. Why not be guided by the ex perience of others and take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound ? It is an indisputable fact that this grand old remedy has helped thousands of women to pass through this trying period with comfort and safety. Thousands of genuine and honest testimonials support this fact. From Mrs. 1II3XKY 1II2AVILIX, Cnillz, Ohio. Fort Worth, Texns.-"I havo taken Lydia E. I'inkhnm's Vcgeta blo Compound nnd derived groat loiieilt from its use. It carried mo safely through the Chnngu of Ufa when I was in bad health. I had that all gone feeling most of tho time, and headacho constantly.! was very nervous and tho hot Hashes were very bad. I had tried other romcd es-and doctors, but did not improve until I liegnn taking Lydia t. 1 V .,,mm, 8 v?gn?tat)lo Compound. It has now lcen sometime sinco l topk tho Compound and I havo had no return of my old complaints I always praise your remedies to weak women." airs. Jlonv Heavili.v, It. F. 1). No. C, Cadiz, Ohio. From Mrs. EDWAKD U. IIILHUUT, Fleetwood, Pa. Fleetwood, Pa. During tho Change of Life I was hardly ablo to bonround at alL I always had a headacho and I was so dizzy and nervous that I hud no rest at night. Tho Hashes of heat were so bad sometimes that I did not know what In do. "Ono day a friend advised mo to take Lydia E. rinkham's Vcct tablo Compound and it mado mo a strong, well woman. I am very thankful that I followed my friend's advice, and I shall recommend ft as long as I live. Before I took the Compound I was always sickly and now I havo not had medieino from a doctor for years. You iuav f publish my letter." Mrs. EmvAiui JJ. lIiuiEivr, Fleetwood, Fit. From Mrs. F. 1. MULT,HNnOKE, urunford, Aln. Stanford, Ala." I was so weak and nervous while passing tlirouch tho Chango of Life that I could liardly live. My husband haa to nail rubier on all the gates for I could not stand to have a gate slam. t it ' , .,ll!1,l)acklu'no U(1 n fulbicss in my stomach.- I noticed that juiii r-. i iiiMiuiiiH vegeiaoio Mimpounu was ad vertised for such cases and I sent and got a bottle. It did mo so-much good that I kept on taking it and found it to 1x3 all you claim. I recommond it to nil women nlllictcd ns I was." Mrs. F. P. Mullen done, Munford, Ala. totflWrltc to LYDIA K.riXKIIAJI MEDICINE CO. (CO.NFI IIEM'IAL) LYNN, MASS., forntlvlcc. Your letter will bo opened, read and answered by a woman and held in strict coulldonce. The man who whispeu down a well About the things he hat to tell Will sever reap a crop of dollars Like he who climbs a tree and "holleri." What Did The Woggle-Bup Sat) F. H. W ker, who for several months wits iiiaimiror r the Idle H6ur Muvinir plctur show in this city but U now living In Evansvllle amvd In the city Monday iilitht for a visit of n few dny. Bargain counter. Ladies' Slippers, S2.00, $2.50. Your choice for Si. 00 Barnes Cowand & Co. ' ' Incorporated Mie Mnry Martin, who him beii confined to her room with a severe cold fot several days U ubl to be out. She will take up uoroauvass for the Mammoth cave 'rip and the contestants will have to look sharp as to who w'll lead this week. ! News of the Town i j Neglected wounds produco old sores and these In time develop ulcers which eat away; the vitality. I Ballard's I I Snow Liniment I I IsaHtaIlngRmdyfor All Aliments o? I I th Flesh of Man and Beast. B H The speed with which this splendid llnlmeat heals up a bad H wound or sore has surprised and pleased those who were accus- W H tomed to the slower and uncertain effect of less powerful retne- H dies. It mends tho lacerated flosh so quickly that there Is but little -time lost from work. In relieving rheumatlo pains, neural- H 0la, sciatica, It has done and la doing a wondortul work. Many H chronlo victims of tbeso diseases havo found to their great satis- faction that It cures an attack In a fraction of the time required VI by the ordinary treatment. ) It Is equally effective In the flesh ailments of animals. Owners K B of blooded stock value It highly for two reasons: It heals sores mi j and wounds quickly, and leaves no disfiguring scars. M This remody Is needed in every home. If Its great power and H j efficacy was generally known, no family would be without It, H Ej Price 25o, 50o and $1.00 per Bottle. I JUfiti F. BALUBfl mOPBICTM ST. LOWS, HO. M ' HI Stcphrna Eye. Salve, la n safe Bud Mpecdy remedy (or Sore Byes. St. Bernard Minlnt) Co.lncorporntedrDruDfpt , Special Agtn .1 r Miss Pearl Causler. oil known in tli In city, who has many frlonds and 1 W R. Gatlln were nmrriod at the home of It. L. Thompson In Hop- kliihvillH SunCay. Thy will inako tlipir iu'ur hnie in Louisville where the Kronu Id in tulness, Miss Causler fnrin-tlv lived In this cltv. Shirt Waist Bargains, a big Reduction in Shirtwaists. Get yours now. Barnes Cowand & Co. Incorporated John Stimuli, iMndldati for coun ty court clerk win In the oltv Mon day vlititfiiK friends. Jain-s It. Rash, of Madisonvlllo wan In the city this morning on busliisj'' 1 AKrank D. Rash has returned home from Louisville where he liaa beon attoiiriinu- the meeting of the Manu- faotuiera Assoeintlou. l,Ie waseleot eil'st one of the board of directors of that association. Railr ad and mine business Is nlckluu up. The rouuil house Is not wnrklinr as many men as they were before the high water tut will boou put on full force Several loads of tobaoo paHd tlirnucti tliHOlty last y -iturdny nioro. U uiiroute to the ununty Heat. If we hod a factory; her this would not bn tlmeaio Oias. OurH. HopkiiiBVillo was In the oity y8ter.lay "'i business, Barcnin counter. Ladies' Slippers, $2.00, $2.50. Your choice for Si.oo. Barnes Cowand & Co. Incorporated Wm. Sheen was down t Ulack Liko Inst wek tftttliu tho water In the tank nt that pleo), Heroes to every tank oh the division' and makes tho test at toast every three mouths. Dick Salmon of Ilsoy passed throuKh the city Saturday enrouie to Maalsonvillo on busmobB,1 Jess l'lillllps and Lawson Aslimoro of St, Charles wero In the city Saturday enroll to to Madlsonvllle 011 busiuess, Miss Margie Whitfield who had the misfortu.no to burn her right hand badly with acid at her studio In'Madlsonvtlle a few days ago, is eo;iQiiou to her bod at the home of her slBter, Mrs, Kd Rule and sutler 111K greatly from her burnt lingers, year old infant of Mr. and Mrs. John Coyle is very ill at their homo on tRIdgeway. The many frlonds of Miss Bessie Covlo are glad to know that she is homo again and recovering from her illness at Murnheysboro, Tenn. Mr. Howard Still and little daughter of Harrlsbdr, III. nre vlsltlnir Mrs. O. II. Ashby. One lot of Ladies' Skirts, all displayed on a rack, regu lar $4. $s, $6, $7.50 and $10. Your choice of the lot for S2.50, $4.75 and $6.75. Barnes Cowand & Co. 1 nnnmnrrii nr lrs. Walter 1'In I oy of Mlddlesooto Is f ponding a few tiny with her sis. ter. Mr. I. P. Price and mother, Mrs Rurr. Mis Adeline Toomb of Madlson vllle speutundav In the city. Rex'McEueii visited Ills parents In St. Chnrles, Svuday. Mrs. Henry Ilogors mid daughter Mies SiiBiiii Marie returned home Saturday Irom Nashville. The young lady la recovering rapidly; since the operation. -S7T. Oats "The Tall Sycamore of the Curtail" was In tho city Mor- day in the Interest or hla race for county court ulerk. ''Buck" as ho ib better known Is going to make some step around and will be a fac tor to deal, with In this race. If elected he will make an excollent olllclal and one that will do his duty as he sees It. The colored nubile sohool will soon close. They have had a very prosperous year. Prof. J. W. Bell Is one of the leading educators of the state and has few equals In the South among the coloied race. He nas placed the schools of Earllng- ton 011 a very high plane and the studies that are taught hero com pare with the schools Iri the cities The colored mail is very lucky to have the chance to send hlB children to such a school Prof. BellB corps of assistants are all well up in their Hue of work. Their commencement oxerclses are attended by lots of out ot town people. Shirt Waist Bargains, a big Reduction in Shirtwaists Get yours now. Barnes Cowand & Co. Incorporated The Princeton Presben, that a jnumed In Madisonvlllo last week will meet in Marlon the next time. . Dr. V. K. Nesblt, City Health olllcer, Bays that he Ib going to have the cleanest town In the county or know the reason why. Theonlvway to do thie is to get busy and clean up. Joe Hull Is day yard master while Mr. Ranks is helping out during the rus(i In Howell. Robert Priest is night yard master for a few nights, Captain Harris, of Madisonyillo Is In the oity papering the Masonic Lodge Room for Sisk aud Co. The Public sohools of the oity will cIobb the 23rd of May after one of the most successful years. wo have ever had. The town has every renooa to be well pleased with both the build- lug aud the eilloient corp of teuoh ers under a professor that has 10 peer In this paft of the state. The high water Is now down to almost normal state and everything Ib ruunlng along m before. The trains are uow running regular and connections are good, The window display of" tho St. Bernard store Is very tempting 10 the, small boy aud lover ot fishing. t-Krnest Cmytor, ot the Main Otlloe, pent Sunday with 'hie family t.t Viotoria mines. l'lie Sunday Louisville Herald has quite au Interesting article Oealii g with the paper ami itcowner and its. successes, The'Hernhl is one of the best in the state, and deserves the largo aud groA'Ing eubtcrlptmu list that It has.v .t.U. 'j, , When Is the Clvn Inipr vpiiieni Society of this cltv goihtf to have their clean up day. Summer Is now camunrnn and this work should be done. Itwlltcausn sickness if do Inynd, 'Let everybody get together nnd have nclean town. Wagons will be furnished and all tho dirt nnd traHh hauled away. When itlsonce clean it will be nil tjnsy matter to keepltthat way. Tho Princess Movie Is coming to the front. Good houses and good huws every night. "Nothing sue ceeds like, success". Tho pictures are clear. It Is tho only show house In the Western part of tho state that has a current of 250 voltage maklnir the film unusuallvclearand plain. ' . J. D. 1'arrlali, of Providence wee In the cltv Monday mornlngon busi ness for his flour mill.' 1 "H firry Rrame, the St. Bernard Painter, spent Saturday and Sunday in iriopKinsviiie with his family. One lot of Ladies' Skirts, all displayed on a rack, regu wr $4, $5, $0, &7.50 ana sio. 1 f f V Your choice of the lot for $2.50, $4.75 and $6,75. Barnes Cowand & Co. Incorporated Rail Road Street on tho Westsio from Main Street to Moss Avenue has been scraped and graded, mak ing it much better In appearance and use. Thompson Sink, of, Birnsloy whB In tno city Mond.iy morning onrouto to Madlsonvllle on business connect ed with his race for Jailer. Colls Monre, of Hopkinsvllle was In the city Monday morning. Dallis Curtis, mado a business trip to Hopkinsville Sunday afternoou. Mtb J. M. Victory ami daughter MIks Katheriue and Mrs. E. R. Mc- Kuen, who have been visiting rela tives in Florida for the whiter will return home in a short time. Mrs. Victory's health is much improved. FOR SALE Que nice couch, also child's iron bed. Phone 75. Mr. J. H. Fish, spent Monday in .Nashville Tenn.. on business. Mies Emma Knight, of Crofton who has been visiting Mies Mamie Mcintosh nan returned Koine. Mrs. W. R. Hollingworth, of MadlBouvlllo spent Monday lu the city with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Cobb. John T. Barnett, made a business trip to the county seat Monday morning. Major F. B. Harris, of Madlsonvllle spent a few hours In the oity Satur day afternoon. L-The L. & N. pay oar was in the city Friday and left lots of the Cir culating Medium with the boys. The merchants are correspondingly happy. Mr. and Mrs. Doudna and daugh ter, of Madlsonvllle were in the city Monday morning in their car. The banks of the Lake are crowd ed every day with fishermen. Sev eral of them have had sjilendid luck and some good catches have been made. AFrfe streets were crowded wlih people buggy riding Sunday after noon rom Maaiaotiviiio ana nome people. W. (!. McLeod, of Madlsonvllle was lu the city on business Monday morning. Browder Myers, of Madlsonvllle was In the city yesterday morning on business. L. R Favers, mado a business trip to Madlsonvllle S ttarday afternoon, r Misses Mattle and Hattle Parke-r. spent Sunday afternoon In TawBon wltfrirlends and relatives. Sam Bernard, of Anton spent Sun day In the city with his family. Mrs. J. T. Coleman, returned home Saturday from a visit to friends and rolatlves in Sebree. Mr. and Mrs. Morrison, ot Pem broke, who have been vUltlug their sonW. L. Morrison returned home yesterday morning. Don't forget to olean up your yards and alleys "Cleanluess ib next to Godliness." Quite a number of people attend ed the meeting at the M. E. Church Sunday afternoon and night. Rev. Mell Ib making some very practical sermons and Is doing good. Chelf Clerk Walter Daves, spent a few hours in Madlsonvllle with rela ttves Sunday afternoon, I trails iunrUiuiclcoijriifhtoUiil or 110 f.. K.nJ model. ikt'U h.i or vltotv. tiul dj Krl4la for FREE SEARCH ul rviwit oil (Atuatauiur. mil twurencwk . PATENT8 BUILO FORTUNES far you. Ourlnbookluullbow,luittoluTit, ait1 mvo you moiwr. Wrltotoomy. D. SWIFT & GO. PATENT LAWYERS. 303 Seventh St., Washington, P., C. B. M. SLATOIM UNDERTAKER Funeral Director. :: ' Licensed Embalmer AriH-wor tall oellu Day or IMlcrfcit NEXT DOOR Office Phone 124-2 M ADISONv LLE. 4- TCkiis coupon Is gqod for 25rvotes jn Tho Bee's Mammoth Cave Diamond Ring Contest. Miss. Not good unless voted on or before Tuesday April 30. , . . QUININE AND 1R0N-THE MOST EFFECTUAL GENERAL TONIC Grove's Tasteless chill Tonjc Combines both in Tasteless form. The Quinine drives out Malaria and the Iron builds up ' , the System. For Adults and Children. You know what you are taking when you take OROVB'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, recognized for 30 years through out tlie bouth as tlic standard Malaria, Chill and Fever Remedy and General Strengthening Tonic. It is as strong as the strongest bitter tonic, hut you do not taste the bitter because the ingredients do not dissolve in the mouth but do dis solve readily in the acids of the stomach. Guaraptecd by your Druggist. We mean it. 50c. There is Only One "BROMO QUININE" That is LAXATIVE BROMO QUININB Look for signature of E. W. GROVE on every box. Cures a Cojd in One Day. 25c many article's which science has placed at their disposal. It is now possible to retain health and beauty for many years. The complexion may be kept without a blemish, the hair abundant and luxurious, the figure well rounded and firm. The secret lies in the proper use of the right " toilet article for the purpose. Wo display a careful se lection of the best powders, perfumes, creams, lotions, soaps, and everything to equip the toilet table. The one efficient tonic which will help women to retain and to build up health and beauty is VIKOL. It is a real cod liver and iron fonic without oil. It builds up the muscles, makes new red blood and gives life force to the nerves, which is so essen tial to women with added cares and social duties. VINOL, is really a tonic for the entire system. Try it on our guarantee. "Does you good or costs you nothing." St, Bernard Mming Co., Incorporated DRUG DEPARTMENT Look for this SIga on our Window Half Soles, 35c, 50c, and 75c Ladies Shoes Soled 35c SoU;s Sewed on Madisonville Electric Shoe Shop, Wm. Pinkston Madisonville, Kentucky South Court Square, next to Elks Building. Robert Prleat and Paul Hanks, will leav today for Winchester, where they have been called to at tend court in the Intereetor iIih L.& N. It. R. "Judge" Simons, of t(ieconuty seat was In the oity a few hours Sunday. ifrrV: Il'euberY Miles, spent Sunday attwiforf- lit' 'Ma'diBo'nvlile with Ed McCarty, of MadUonville was In the city n f6 w hours Sunday morn- j.iii)TTttmfrfi'Ieu-df''K' ;' Day TO POST OFFICE, ResMence Phone 124-3 KENTUCKY RELIEVES PAIN AND HEALS AT THE SAME TIME The Wonderful, Old Reliable Dr 'Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. An'Antiseptic Surgieal Dressing discovered by an Old R. R. Surgeon. Prevents Blood Poisoning. Thousands of families know it already, and a trial will convince you that DR. PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING OIL is the most wonderful remedy ever discovered for Wounds, Burns, Old Sores, Ulcers, Carbuncles, GranulatedEye Lids, Sore Throat, Skin or Scalp Diseases and all wounds and external diseases whether slight or serious. Continually people are finding new uses for this famous old remedy. Guaranteed by your Druggist We mean it. 25c, 50c, fl.00 Beauly&Pdwer will be found in our Toilet Accessories Beautiful women of tq-day have dis covered tho fountain of youth in the The Meeting A Succtsi rti protracted meeting that Is biiie hflri at the M, K. nhurch S. lu thl city Uu sucoesi ImKvery way. Large crowds are attuWuK every lilOHtluj; and tjiern lae iflyi sevel een additions up todutA.Hf v. Mell l U very forceahle talkSHe la from Hpaver Dam. whtrfrffe haa pliHriie of a Krnwiuir eniiKreuntloif. The inualo la splendid ami It is In every way one of the nniHt interest Intc ineetlna that we have had In the olty.ior aomo.tlnie. Attend tp. nlfiiiit'aild every'uight,nfyoiitoau.