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Mifldie Aged Woman JJU1IJU iwwii im HMjWllll wtt mnwiw wi THERE cornea a limo In overy woman's lifn nrtinn liar nrtrnnUin lindfihfTOCfl an Imnnrfant ohnncrft.' Thl.1 is 1 noriocl. It la n line when n woman Imr full health and Btronfrth. For onko you should anticipate tlila Br. Pierce's Favorite PrescriptiOEH ,,, ,, Tliolatcjt in med ical ncioneo ts contained in Dr. Plcrco'a Comrrion Sense Medical Adrbef nowand ra Vbetl edition of 1000 nCc. only 31c. Ad tlrcu Dr. I'lcrce' In. Volid'(llatcl,Uufral Tho man who whispois down a well . About the things ho has to soil Will never reap a crop of dollars Like ho who climbs a tree and ,'hollors.,, Jlorrvod or Stoln; l'Voin St JJernarU's .private Stable, Texas Saddle suitable roward If retimed If stolen, $2(1 00 reward for o(wi vlctlon of tho thief. James It. Hash. Mrs. D. M. Evans, visited friends in Madlstinvllle Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. K.I tinnier spent the week end In tinkers, Tennessee, with relatives. Carisdeadt Unbiusoii, of Mortons Gap, was in Hie city Monday after noon on business. Wren Howard was in town Mon day night at tho Opera House. Edward Walker, of Madlsouvllle, wrb in the city Monday night. Miss Agnes Lynn Is. on the sick list thli week. Miss Kaimle Hutfaker will spend theVcek end with her slBtej, Miss Geneva HvHaker of this.olty. Miss Nora Qllklo, o f Orofton, Hpontthe week eud with Mrs. Luw ery JCodd In thia city. Olbo Foster was in Madlsouvllle Monday. Jim 'Malouey spent Sunday in KvftMSville. . . . s ... . Stava MdtKerinwOT'trrK,ninvillh peutSuurtS)y In the cjt? frith hie parents. Mrs. B. E. Nlxou spent Monday morning in Madlsouvllle loopping nod to the deutal chair. "Mr, and Mrs. Noraau lClain spent Saturday lu Hendersou with Mi. Klams parents. Mrs. 0'iaa. Qarnett was in the county seat Saturday. Mrs. Tom Coleman was lu Madi souvllle Saturday shopping. klra. Harriet Browning, was In Madlsouvllle Saturday. Miss Iloen Davis aud L.ucy Fawcett, of Madlsoiivllle. pent Saturday in Evansville shopping. l'aul Moore, was Ih Madlsouvllle Monday on" business. Mra. Mike Gain, had a business trip toEarllngton, Monday. John Gausler lelu i"iiitlsrllle this week. J. C. Burjey returned from Evans vllle yesterday where he spent the week-end with friends. George Robinson, was In the County. Seat Saturday night. Mrs. S. J. Vaughn aud L. H. Boyd, spsnt the woek end In MaUl souville, with friends. Mias Leila Wilson, spuui .Sunday in Madlsonvillo with friends. ! News of the Town ; ) J, I Oa (be front ol every Cart6n anil on His ( Ubel ot TT boUls at tho USJiVJUS i I M BR. BELL'S If 1 I riNE-TAR-HONEf I you will (lad too BELL In s ektk. I fl Oramr Mttl. tt uu ot Vttn rltbt lmf. tmHIa' rirtt." S, with Him prx:iyWa, you knew wlut hi buy, wJ Ma I "Tan ly The Itll" I H ssm ei.os, at umtQ stmss. M ExteHdei to the Critical needs your Own turning point, has been recommended for over forty veers is a tonic fof women who arc about to experience Vtha turn of UtL" It lahelpful In tho equalization of tho circulation' of the Woodland in regulnhnf tho ncUon of thd bowels. Nervousrteso and low spirits dta oppear. Happiness and contentmenttake their place. Sold In tablet or liquid form by Medicine liealcnor send 60 cents foreampla box Tofit Jtyiil lias returned from a business trlp.to'Liulsvflle, Ky. At lanta nnd Augusta, Ga., and Kltmila Tell. via. his hoiiio RuasellvJIle, Mrs. Will Roar,, who has boon tho guest df friends nt Rvnnsvllle,- for 8m tune Is oxpeotcd I nine this week. Mr. and Mrs, John Itob nsun and uhildron. if Xebo, vlMted Mr. aud Mrs. J)ati Kvuns last week. Mrs, lirci.'t ?Hartr Jwho has bodn quite 111 N slowly improving , Mrs. J J. Sullivan is n:i tho Blck list this week. "Cared Mrs. Jay McGce, o! Stcph enville, Texas, writes: ' For nine (9j years. I suffered with womanly trouble. I had ter rible headaches, and pains in my back, etc. It sc:mcd as if I would die, I suffered so. At last, I decided to try Carcfui, the woman's tonfc, and It helped m right away. The full treatment not only helped me, but it cured me." TAKE Cardui Tkt WHIM'S TnIc CNui aeJpswo'tuts ia tiast f iresttsi' eetW, hv&mH OtoUim tayctoate wWdi act cxdlicaily, jet ttnAf, aa (be wsakcoasl woiiiuly arpm. S, if yoa feel aliscoorajM,, Mm, atf-sor(i. unaato t 4 four iMuwhDlsl work, accauat et jaar'coaditioa, sfesf warryiaf an, tjiva Cartful a trial. It tai helpei thomaaas f waste.. why aot yea? TrCardul., E-71 Miss Hnlah Driver, of Madison ville, spent Saturday afternoon in the city with Mrs Rogers Clarke. Mrs. Marion Sisk,. returned froiri Madlltohville Sunday, where she has been vlsltliu' for some time. , SPECIAL TO WOMEN The most economical, cleansing and ceralcJdal of all astlaepUcs Is A soluble , Antiaeptic Pbweler to be dissolved in water as needed. As a medicinal antiseptic for douches in treating catarrh, Inflammation or ulceration of nose, throat, and that caused by feminine ilia It has no equal. For ten years tho Lydla E. Pinkham Medlclno Co. has recommended Poxtlnc in their privato correspondence with women, which proves Its superiority. Womon who havo been cured nay if is "worth its weight In gold." At druggists. COc. lurgo box, or by mall. Tho Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. 99 kk smi sill HHIU WVIalHI iisSIWi . 1 Hi Mbasy-Opening-Box" Mr. Hutiry G 'WHim), was in lien irmiii on liiislnas Mofdav, i' unk Ar ioll mndn a bilfilndts tn ) i Homi in Alnday. Madisonville Notes Mr. and Mrs. Vsi Slye.t, of fy. rani, vtinn. rre visiting Mr, and ir. W. L. Gordon. Sr. Iirlladisua-vllle- " , : f. Mtis Mat;y Jtoaa was th ftnwf iir (triuidimrrttit's, Mr. and Mrff.'L, rl. FlJoks in IlnndeMUin durlna; the vefU-Oiicl. . Starcius QoUlnatiKjr,. of Vrluuatdoiv; xhh iii Mndlsonville visiting friends- Suveial das last week. , 1 iNlr. J. W. Millar has rotur'ueti from n weeks bualnoHS .trip to Si. L Mis. ' ' -Mts. Claude Morton was'4called suddenly to the .bedside of her mother. Mrs. Walker in Henderson. , Mr. .and Mrs. Ltieian.,Ruby, of Providenoo, spent the week-end in tovvn the tfuest of Mrs. Vaden Ituby. " Mrs. W, J. Nlsbet, of Providence, Is vlsitinir her, mother, Mrs. J, 11. Mills on N. Main St. Mibsos Georgia and Cora Bishop spoilt h few days in Paducah the Kuests of Mr. and Mrs. E. JJ. Tayh-r at' their new home, enroute to New York whore MIhs Bishop will pur chase a spring line of Mllleiiery for the Bishop Millinery Store. Mrs. Leila GlowelB, of Nashville, arrived in this city for a series of treatments fioni Dr. Parker. Miss Elizabeth Kisbet was the hostess ot the "As You Like It" club at the home of M. K Gordon Monday evening. AH the members and their escorts were present, and' uiuiiy Interesting games of Rook were played. A most delicious liln'cliBOii was served at the closo of the evening. Mrs. R. C. Mitchell very charm ingly entertained the Blue Stocking Club at tier home on S. Seminary tft. A most interesting program was rendered, after a beautiful and ap petizing three course luncheon was served. Master J. T. Alexauder, Jr. euter tui nod very dollirhtfully nt a birth day party Monday at the homo of his parents. He was the recipient of many useful and beautiful re membrances ot the day from his many little friends who enjoyed the hospitality of his home. Mrs, G.ho Kowlejr eutectaitied four tablet at Aootion Bridge" Saturday! "afternoon in" the Parlors of tfteHc" telWadliouiu honor of Mrs. T-B. etevensou and Mia Pearl Farliss,' of Henderson, who arr thb NRuest of relatlvea lo thla city. ' Misses Maraaret and Louise Mc Phersou, after a most pfeasant viiik to O'weusboro, attending the Saxa-' phoue Dance there Friday uight, returned to thir home in' Madison ville Saturday. it. L. Schlotnian, of Nortonville', was lu town visiting friends Satur day. Marc Goldnamtr, of Princeton, wis in the city Saturday and Sun day enroute to Harrlman, Teuu. Sterling Lauier, , of Nortonville, was in Madlsouvllle Monday night. Miss Helen Sweet, of Henderson, is the guest or Mrs. Real Holilnger for a few days. Mr. and Mr. J. D. MoPberson re. turned, from Ow.jusboro Sunday. H. R. Huuter was lu lUrllugtoo on business Monday, - 0aEavaja. I All used fcy-PP'eRBSW I Root to released I bite from (h liver. Wr&7'W but ththe PODOLAX XsT tamutathe, pipe haj Doly a iay WHAT Mar MONDAY .February. 23 TJw ARRIVAL' "Hew 2.90 i. ill., ad Prdteug'FRfadc Tickets Btlmate for live days board Ut g6od hotels, to which add , lor 11 11 Blum 11 1111 1 11 1 1 li 11 111 11 1 1 1 1 11 11 1 11 111 THItOV OUT THE LINE Give (he Kidney Help and Many Earl ington People Will be Happier "Throw out tho Jil,fo Lino" Weak kidneys need help. They're often overworked don't get the poison filtered out' of tho 'blood. ; Will you help them? f JJuan's Kidney Pills have brought benefit to'thousands of kidney suf ferers. , v (, , . , Bead this Princeton case: MrB. E, Koeling, Hopklnsville lload, Princeton, Ky says: "Some years ago I was laid up in bed by an acute attack of kidney trouble. I had severe pains in any back and shoulders and rheumatic twingos through my whole body. I was nervous aud my sight yas affected. I tried 'many remedies but none gave me any relief until a friend advlBed me to use Duau's Kidney Pills. They were the only remedy that avenieany relief whatsoever." For sale by all dealers. Prion 50 cents, FoBter-Milburn Co., Buffalo New YorK, soie agents tor the United Stums. Remember the name -Doan'e and take no other. , The Importance of Penmanship ' When doctors ot philosophy uenrt out letters that ure scarcely diBtiusuishanlu from bird tracks it is not surprising that many chiklreu write, bady. Many p,eo- peornanshp ia worth the most careful ntteptioo. The begin- tiiBK of the erro of schools ig'a-time wheii pureute and dtli Cra may well eiuress their ; feel ings on this matter. . Formerly CBker.-i for work yere'ery commonly expected to ,P'ply in tleir own haudwrithig, tiyhich wjis" carefully examined as expressive of character and qual ifications. ' Now au applicant is likely, to have his letter type-writteu. He perhaps feels that penniauship iH,moreor less ' obsolete, useful to bookkeepers but uot necessary for success m larger fields. Yet most of the tnemorauda of ordinary business is still a: mut ter of Jiaud work. Scrawly writ tug suggests iuefllciency, lack of cbutrol, muscular aud otherwise. You form an impression of the writer as awkward and blunder ing, aud perhaps conceive pf fiim ap bumping up against people on thd street1. The simpler a style of penman ship, the better. Once the com mercial school? taught au ornate script with sweeping flourishes. This looks directed" now. You might imagine the writer there of as plasteriuK his locks to liis forehead with hair oil. Many college girls ull'tot a hold and dashing style, artistic in a cer. tuiii rough symmetry, hut horri bly illegible. This discourages ii correspondence, both of busi ii-jMiiirrTirramTi ii 1 1 5H0E I S 12 H 1 INi-O D0R 3. TO $4.SO l A. O I-CW JS. "V3 SWkTJUKSIUN US1TOK lICKETg TO MARCH 2? TO lPPROXIMATE TOTAL COST FOR THE ROUNb TRIP. THE F. F. DAUXY Cow LTD., BUFFALO, N. Y. and Night to Nw Orleans IT WILL COST TO SEE,,..... di O T wo Bid Days -Febr ruary AO Orleans Mobil Peniaeola ROUNO TftIP FROM MADISONVILLE oft Sale Dairy February 17 to 23 Inclusive and lodging at $1.00 pf.-r dov In n --t private homes, or S'J.OO per day the above rallmnd nntl PtiRinnri fures. Apply Co L. & N. Agent prinieo nsr 01 ionming nouses unci rioteiB. ' 11 111 111 1 1 1 1 1 111 1 1 nun 1 111 mi Spend Your Winter in WINTER Rates From Earlington, Kentucky Jacksonville, Fla $29.75 St. Petersburg, Fla .$41.35 Orlando, Fla.....' $37.55 Mobile, Ala $23.05 Biloxi, Miss $24.00 R. H. DeTreeyille, C. P. & T. A. W. L. PIPER, Agt-. First and Main St., Evansville, Ind. Earlington, Ky. ness nntl triendelnp. It remains' true that a clear and shapely handwriting is the best possible means by which to give a stranger an impression of force of character, mental order liness, self controL and capacity for skilled work. It wins friend ship by facilitating the labor of all who must reud it. The teach er a bo arrives patiently for this end is cquippiiurtoer pupils with pne of the most valuable of .tjhe'lpi tro .rebuild. .wMted ,tUuw, every nay business ,jijt. SICK, SOTJft 3TOMACI,- . IHDIQBSTlOg OX QiS Tke "Im't DiMtprin" and 'in five Mfnuks'Yeu'HWondcr What Be came of Misery., tn Stomach :VoDderwhafc up'3et your stom ach what portion of the food did the damage xlo you? Well, dou't bother. If your stomach is in a revolt; if sour, gassy and upset, aud what yon just ate has fermented into stubborn lumps; head dizzy aud ache! ; belch gas es ana acids and eructate undi gested food; breath foul, tongue coated jdfet tke u little Pape'a Diapepsin and in five mjnutes yon wouder what became of the indigestion and distress. Millions of men auc women today know that it is needless to have bad stomach. A little DiupepBin occasionally keeps this delicate organ! regulated and they eat, their favorite foods without fear.- If your stomach doesn't take cure of your1 liberal limit with out rebellion ; if your' food is a damage instead of a help, re member the surost, quickest and most harmless relief is Tape's Diapopsin which Costs only fifty ceuts for a large caso at dng stores. It's truly wonderful it digests food a n (5 .sets things straight, so gently and easily that it is really astonishing. Please, for your sake, dou't go on and on with a weak, disorder oil stonmch ; it's so unnecessary. Trrffiran is sii ssanannw taaii ttii p POLISHES Hamilton, oat. TUESDAY February 24 parade or REX 10 a. 111., aii'l ' Comus Parade at uiekt ' ano JA the Land of Sunshine- Tampa, Fla $41.35 Pensaacola, Fla $23.35 New. Orleans, La , . . $25.35 Gulfport, Miss. $24.00 Bay St. Louis, Miss $24.60 MAKES OLD PEOOPLE STRONG AND WEIL We want to get the news to all old people about Itexall Olive Oil Emulsion, a remarkable new food medicine which we firmly believe is the beat remedy ever made to over come the weakening, debilitating effects of. increasing old age. It strengthen thai) nervtt, .mud 'gif t, new energy and', a. lively feeling te TOURS the body, It contains no alcohol er dangerous drug.' It may not 'make, yon teel better for few days, bat If you do hot' feel much batter sl stronger before you barfe taken quarter as much as you hare t other medicines that have n o,t helpeo you, ?r"e will gladly glV back your money. Itexall Olive' Oil Emulsion cou- tains pure Olive Oil and the Hypo phosphites which, though they have long been endorsed by suc cessful physicians, are here for the first tiiue combined. The result fa a real body, nerve and blood-build-ing food-mediclne that fre poller Js.Buperlor. to anything els$ in over coming debility, weakness and lia bility to disease, and to tone aad strengthen the nerves aud enriob-i the blodd. Ton who are weak BctO run-down y,ou who: are oftea troubled by various cold wether aljtteuts, use Rexall Olive' Oil Emulsion to get and keep well an el strong. It is sensible, pleasaat taatlng aid to renewed strength, better spirits, glowing health. If it doosn't help you, come and tell us and we will give back your money without a, word. That is how much faith we have in it. Sold only 'at the 7,000 Rexall Stores, and in this town ouly by, us. $1.00 St. Ber nard Atiniug Couipauy, Iucorporat -ed, Drug Departmutit. For Weakness and Loss or Appetite The Old Standard central trencthenlns; tonic, CROVB-S TASTM.HSS chill TONIC, drives out Malaria acd builds up the system. Atruetoalc orlureAnrHrf r. JoraduUil-SU4T. .Vv mm ai m 1 nw in bin Black, Tun and White 10c ' i ai Sar 1 les I. I . & -