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1 A LINES IN THE FACE JL Make Women Look Old ana tney snow ui eiieci ox unimiuim duihjuiis v ehw, dkzineti, hot flatket, paim in lower limbi, pain in groin, bearing-down entatteni. ThM nvmptoMa IndleMe tket Nature nek help. Overwork, wrong dress ing, lack of cucrclso, ami other causes have been too mua lor nature and ouulde aid mut be called upon to restore health and strength. Dr.Pierce'sFavorite Prescription The Vegetable Remedy for Woman'a file that relieves nervous exhaustion and Irritability and removes other dlf treeetng symptoms due to disturbed condi tions of the delleate feminise organism. For over forty years It baa beea aaed with more than satisfaction by the youag, middle-aged and the elderly by wives, mothers and daughters. You will find It of great benefit. Sold by Medicine Dealers In liquid or tablet form, or end Dr. B. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., 60 one-cent stamps for trial box by mall. BR. FIKKCK'ft Pt.KASA.NT mtCtg HeKeve eewsthia tlen, rwSatethe Hver, mh1 bowels. Bur to take as eaady. Vnmuuuu The man who whltpeis down a well About the things he has to tell Will never reap a crop of dollars Like he who climbi a tree and "holleri." News of the lown Mrs. p. M. Evans and, Misses Frieda Holler and Emtqa Bedford were In Madlsbnville Saturday af ternoon. Misses Merrle KIdr. ol this clty, And Mary Vernon Robinson, of Hen derson, spent Sunday-night In Madl onville with Mrs. Frank Brown. Miss Mary Mpthershead spent part of Friday and Saturday In Mad Usoavllle attending tier duties as a member of the county Board of Ex aminers, Riving examination to a number of teachers Booking renowal of thblr certificates. FOR RENT : Furnished room Centrally located. Terms rea aonable. Apply to this office. Miss Cathenno Victory was in BJadlBouvllle Saturday afternoon at ue "Ab You Like It" Club. Neal Splllman, of Guthrie, was in the oity Sunday. Paul King was in Madlsonville -Sunday night. Roy Davis was In Madlsonville Friday night at tho dance. . Earl O'Bannon was in Madtson--villa Friday night. ' " George Robinson was In Madlson ville Saturday nhrht. Jabo Higglns was In Madlsonville tFriday night. Miss Mary Vern6n Robinson! of -Henderson, Is the guest of tier aunt .Miss Merrle King, this W6ek. Mr. Oarneal spent Sunday in Pem broke with relatives. Robert Cogglns, of Morganfleld, -apent Sunday in the city with sfrlends., For Sale Cheap Nortonvllle, Ky. JBonse and Sixteen lots. Apply .Henry A. Mills RuBsellyille, Ky. tf Mrs. Nlabet, of Madlsonville, has 'been visiting her daughter, Mrs. jHenry Rogers, for a few days. m&Di JllCOt JJUJIV Duuv u JMadlsonvllle with friends. Newman O. Whitford spent Sun day and Monday in St. Charles with friends. II.. rik.a nnnlA n a n . V.tflatr In 11111 Never Gut A Corn It is dangerous. It us ually makes the corn worse, and harder to ' cure and may cause bipod poisbning. Corn -Solvet 0 Helps to remove corns far more effectively than by cutting, and' with no pain or danger. Wo sell it under a positive guarantee- t6 relieve, or mon ey back. AND 25C Sold Only By St. Barnard Mining Go. , Incorporated. Drue Dipartaint Store 1 vl 1 1 1 l.y k'k k k k til ' Misb Margaret Komp is visiting relatives In Kashvlllo this week. Mrs, Renfro was In Madlsonville Monday shopping. Rufe Clark made a business trip to-Madlsonvllle Monday, Mrs. J. . Fawcett, who has been (u St. Louis for the past six weeks, returned trcme Saturday greatly Ira proved. r "Cured" ml Mrs. Jay McGee, of Stepfc- M mmvHlm Tt.ro writes "Far. ftltte (9) years, i sunerea win womanly trouble. I had ter rible headaches, and pains, la my back, eic. It seemed as M 1 would die, I suifered so. At last, I decided to try Cardui, the woman's tonic, and It helped me right away. The full treatment not only helped me, but it cured me." TAKE Cardui U The Woman's Tonic Cardui helps women in time of greatest need, because it contains ingredients which act specifically, et gently, on the weakened womanly organs. So, if you feel discouraged, .blue, out-of-sorts, unable to do your household work, on account of your condition, stop worrying and give Cardui a trial. It has helped thousands of women, why not you? Try Cardui. E-7I Red Baud Snufl Is made from the highest grades of selected snufl to bacons, carefully blended, cured by the old time process. It is strong witout ranknoBB, rieh and mellow. Ask your dealer for it. Mrs. Alma Corbltt,. ot Madison vlllo, was tu the city Tuesday on business. Mr- and Mrs. Frank Glannlnl, who has been visiting friends In Chatta nooga, Nashville and other points In Tennessee, returned, home Tues day night after a very enjoyable visit. Dr. Davis, of Mortons Gap, was In the olty on business Tuesday morn ning. Frank Rash, of thlB oity was In Madlsonvltlo on business Monday. Buck Waltrlp aud Neal Holllng er, of Madlsonville, wore iu the city Monday. Mrs. E. P. Brandon and little son of Springfleld, Term , are visiting Mr, and Mrs. John Ruio" this" week Mrs. J. H, Jouos and Mrs, L. C. UraBty, who lias been visiting In Evansville liavo returned home. Mrs, Halllo Slsk was in Madison vllle Sunday, i Eugeue Priest spent Sunday iu Mortons. . j Mr- audMrs. James PrifcBt are in tlawesville visiting relatives. : Miss Blauoh SUk ban returned to her home In Dixon, Mr. aud Mrs. Elgie Slak spent Sunday night In Mortous. , Robert Priest la visiting In ,Hawes villo, One Loae Germ Brawls Millieas X Mr or st U tt hrlStmt ttawtwfil & Stop SrMMtf WA DR. BILL'S H kt tkt biHu ti end. . )l V?4 lw7 lU nmm ftond mornini?! Have vou seen The Courier EvansvilleV best paper. M fuses Lora and 'Laura Boll Rudd' of Madtaonvillo wore In the city Tuesday morning Mrs. May Burr who spent the Bum mer with her daughter Mrs. Walter Flnloy In Eastern Kentucky has re turned to spend the winter with Mrs. P, P, Price and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jako McEuoti, of.8t. Charles and Miss Fronie Murpry. of Florida, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Re McEuen. . - Mus Margaret A'tklnaon has re turned to Ward-Belmont in Nash ville. Misses Mary King and Mary. Ver non Robertson Bpent Sunday even ing In Madlsonville with friend. Mr. and Mrs. W. A.Grant and son have gone to Louisville to attend the M. E. Conference which Is -in session there this week. Mrs, H. J. Brazelton who has been ill for the past week Is improving. Rov. Howard J. Brazelton Is con ducting a revival at Grape Vine. Mrs. Ed Martin accompanied, her father to Mt. Vernon, Ind., Tuesday She will roturn Wednesday. Mrs. Ed Majors, ot Birmingham, Ala., is here visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs, W. R. Coyle. Paul P. Prioe, Brick Southworth and Ed Phillips nfthis olty who1 have been In Louisville several days attending the. State Fair have re turned home Luther Lowe. Attended the State Fair in Louisville last week has re turned home, much improved Will Faull, Jesse Phlllipa and Dr. Finlay of St Charles took In the State Fair In LouIbviIIo last week and had an time For Sale Or will exchange for Earling ton property, ray residance on West Broadway, 7 room brick cottago in pood repair. Front, back aud side porches, two good rooms in basement. Cistern ou back porch, hydrant m front yard, house newly papered. Two. cabinet mantel?. Lot 110 by zUU feet, beautiful shade trees in front yard. Concrete walks and step?. Good outhouses and fruit trees. Splendid crape arbor. Place cost $5,000 aud have put $450 improvements on it. Will sell for $4,500. Eeasons for sell ing, will move, to Earlington.' J. E. FAWCETT. mrs. lucy room Well ' Known and Beloved Lady of Madlsonville Crosses Eternal Divide. Following an illness of several months duration, Mrs. Luoy Toombs well known and dearly beloved lady passed away at the home of her Bon, J. W. Toombs, of Madlsonville at an early hour last Saturday morning death being due to a complication of diseases. Mrs. Toombs was in her 73rd year. She was the widow of the late Fran ols Mason Toombs, and was well known in Hopkins county. The deceased was a splendid,' christian, woman, having been a. member ot the Methodist church for many years, and was always ao Ltlve in religious circles. The deceased is survived by the following children: N. I.Toombs, Madlsonville, circuit clerk;. Mrs John Jackson, of near Madlsonville G. H. Toombs, of Slaughtervllle; J. W. Toombs, of Madlsonville; Mrs. Birdie Ogden. of Slaughter- ville; Mrs. Lillian Hobgood, of Mor gnufleld; , Mrs. Juanetto Jones, of Slaughtervllle; Mrs. Cam Ashby, .of this olty aud Miss Adollno Topinbs, ot Madlsonville. Funeral services were enduoted at the late residence Sunday morn ing at 0:30 by Rov. Wn..borly of the Methodist ohurolr; after which tho remains were taken to Slaughter ville whore they were laid to rest. The'servlcos at the grave wore con ducted by Rev, Self. Quite avnutn ber of relrtlves aud frleuds accom panied the remains to Slaughter, vllle. SPECIAL TO WOMEN Tho most economical, cleansing and germicidal of all antiseptics Is A soluble Antiseptic Powder to be dissolved ia water as needed. As a medicinal antiseptic for douches in treating catarrh, inflammation or ulceration ot nose, throat, and that oaused by feminine Ills it has.no equal. For tea years the Lydla B. Plnkham Medicine Co, has recommended Paxtlae, la their private correspondence with women, wttkk proves IU superiority; Women wao have been cured say It le "worth its weight la geld." At druggists. M. large box, or by mall The Faxtoa Toitot Co.. Boston- Haas POOD REMAINS CHEAP IN THE CITIES Of5 ENGLAND GOVERNMENT REGULATION 01 PRICES HAS PREVENTED BITTER ADVANCES London (by mail) Food is cheap ih tyrant Britain and in some caaoB prices urc actually bblow those ruling" -before war was declared. The Government is regulating the price of all-es sential- eatables arid every few days a ist is published showing the maximum price which a re tail store may charge. Sugar is perhaps tho most expensive com modity at this time, the price fixed being approximnteiyJts a pound as agaiust 0ct6 before the war began Fish is somewhat more expensive, too, on account of the restrictions in the Nortii Sea where disasters to shipping due to mines has unnerved fisher men. Fruit is rotting in the markets in the first place England enjoy ed a bumper fruit crop, and-.ow-ing to the high price of sugar housewives are unable to pre serve their usual complement. A few pennies will .buy a basket of first-class fruit in Loridonj Smoked fish ia cheap. Great Biitian smokes millions of her rings every year and tons of these fish are annually exported. These are now on the market in vast quanities. Meat is little above normal quotations. Cereals are practi cally unchanged in price com pared with those obtaining be fore the war commenced. Restaurants have not advanced their prices. Should a retail store charge above those allowed by the' gov ernment figures, the stores are siezed by the officials. Dairy products are cheap and have not advanced in price. Nearly every day a boat load of esgp, butter and cheese arrives from Denmark.' 6 LOANS p.btainable on Farm, Ranch or Oity property. To Improve, Pur chase or Remove Incumbrance; Liberal Options; 5 years before making payment on principal, etc. For the proposition address: Assets Dept. at 1410 Busch Bldg., Dallas, Tex., or 422 428 First Na tional Bank Building, DENVER, COLG. (Oct. 22) WOODEN GARS . DISAPPEARING - The wooden passenger car is going rapidly out of commission It is being superseded by the' steel car, which is more lasting and which is a safer medium- of travel. Railway statistics show that only a little over 3 of the pas senger cars built daring the year 1013 were of wooden construc tion. All railroads must be equipped with steel postal cars by 1915, and iu a few years the wooden coach will be seen on few, if any, roads. On J-an.-l, 1009, there were ouly 029 steel passenger cars iu service. On Jau. 1, 1913, the number had in creased to 7,271. On the samo ante 8,296 steel under-frame cars were in service as compared with 078 ou Jan. 1, 1909, The substitution of steel for wood iu the construction of pas senger coachor Is very costly to railroad?. Steel oars cost some thing like $13,000 it car. They last louger, however, and are less susceptible to injury. TheyNalso iuspire couiidonce in the travel ing pubjic. Louisville Oourier Journul. A Texas Wonder The Toxas Woiuler cures Kidney aud bladder troubles, dissolves Krav. el, cures .diabetes, weak aud lame backs, rheumatism and alt irregu larities of bladder troubles, removing- gravel, the kidneys aud bladder In both men aud women. Regulates bladder troubles in children. If not sold by your druggists will be sent by mall on receipt ot 11.00, One small bottle Is two months treat ment and seldom falls' to perfect a care. Beud for testimonials from Kentucky and other titates, Dr . W, Hall. W Olive St- Br. Louis. Mo. Sold by pruggists. Dry Gleaning and e Merchant Tailoring Go. Dont throw your old clothes away. Have them dry cleaned'. Will' make them new We clean clothes cleaner than any cleaner that cleans clothes clean LADIES' WEAR Plain Waists.so to 75c Tailored, Suits $1 to. $2 Skirts, 50c to $1 Petticoats, 50c to $1 Baby Coats, 50c Lace Curtains.75 to$i Piano Covers, 7 5c to $1 Glores, 10c to 15c All work called for and de livered promptly. Atrial w'll be appreciated. Home folks J. E. MALONEY, Prop. , V- ' BHSHSHHBBSHaBMBaM Children Cry Tho Kind Ton Hard Always Bottght, and which has been in use for over 30 years, has bornotha signature of J and has been made under his per- ljC&TZ-f-j1'.4 sonal supervision since Its Infancy. rmr7Jrt 4CX446( Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health oC Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups'. I is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other NarcoHn substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms nnd allays Pevcrlshncss. For nioro than thirty years it has been in constant use for tho relief of Constipation Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teetldng Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates tho Stomach nnd Bowels, assimilates tho Food, ging healthy nnd natural sleep. The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. genuine CASTORIA always; Bears the In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THK CKNTAUR OOMPANV, NKW YORK CITY. Tv4 IjiaI Ytr la pa iiuutu ruuuiy Kaiacis Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck, Roup, Canker, sro"ui2.0Bo?rr Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry WSCqobim. Buitown, Kr..ur "Oo dtop of Reap. 4-1144 Aoppod duvradwbai of a pf cbklta Uu Mm worm and teUcrw la chick luUMlgr. Mil bctl prTat 1 bavo cvu umJ." Hffi. al Gm44 by J. RsM. Cramt. LUrdjteWB, Ky. Price Sc at all riM SOLO BV St. Bernard Mining Co., Incorporated, Grocery Department Subscribe MEN'S WEAR Suits, $i to $1.25 Coat and "Pants, 75c to $1.25 Coats, 50c to 75c Pants', 50c to 75c. Overcoats 75c to $1.50 Cravenette Raincoats, $1 to $1.50 ft" for Fletcher's Signature of r lb cures For The Bee 4 r - r i ' law." i ' --rlr1 BfcBBaliMW"""1"""""-.