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I Jul sat? W IV "1 Hjuau"pBA wsamr jw ctrova ' Emily KOfi w WM A o n I y ;a rjiT m the great artists appearing ex? dkiBively in v Metro Wonderplays. Metro productions are the S3 v." e r , be.tter motion pictures P your Theatre, showing Callers are always woloomo at tlii t office, uud trebly so when tf&ey ufk for a receipt. lit Jlcbl Itch! Scratch! Scratch! Scratch 9SknHiore you scratch, the worie the Itch. Try UbacaVs Ointment. For ccietna, any akin Itching. MBC&fcOI In he matter of preparedness cgKoat, again, that proper consideration be given to bet ter roads. Chamberlain's Cough fieinedy 'From a small beginning the sate taurX uott of this remedy lias exteud Sxo all parts of the United States atf to many foreign countries. Wheu you have need ot suoti a med tclao give Ciiambdrlatn'B Cough Remedy a trial and you will under taai why It has become so populaa foe coantia. colds and croup. Ob fuluable everywhere. Every Woman Wanls FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Ettaaolved In water for douches stop potric catarrh, ulceration and Inf lam mmtloa. Recommended by Lydia E. Firdtham Med. Co. for ten year. A beading wonder for naaal catarrh, inroat and tore ayes. Economical. tftbwUuuoWr duaihii and gomkkUl power. WmmtlflT' afiMu, or putuid bt 'V Tj P.itonToJrt Codior, Bcloa. MaM. Kentucky Educational As sociation TheKentucky Educational As sociation will bold fhoir annual inpotinp: in Louisville this year on April 19-22, inclusive. For the accommodation of the toachere, trustees and their friends, the L. & N. R. R., in connection with the Henderson Route, will operate throuch sleeping cars from Earlington and Madi8onvillo to Louisville Tuesday , night, April 18. These cars will bo ready for occupancy at 0:00 P. M. this date and will leave Earlincton at 11:30 P. M. and Madisouville 11:30 P. M., arrivinpLouisvilIe at,7 :25 A. M Wednosday, April 19. ThiB ar rangement will euable all to reach Louisville in time to visit the Louisville Public Schools Wednesday and attend the open iug session of the K E. A. Wed nesday night. Very low round trip railroad fares have been named. Tickets will be noli April 18th, 10th and 20th with a return limit of April 25th. The following fares apply: Earlmgton $4.75; Madisonville $4.75; Maniton'o.OOjNeho $5.10 Providence $5.10; Clay $5.55; Morganfield $5.55; Hanson $4.00; Slaughters $LG0; Sebree $4.00; Rjbards $4.00 audjHanderson $4.55. The sleeping cargfare from Earlington and Madisonyille will be $1.00 for dou ole lower berth, two occupying berth, 50c each. Those that desire to board the Earliugton sleeper should apply to Prof. C. E. Dudley for reser vation and those desiring to board the deeper at Midisonvilleshould apply to Prof. H. Gattpn for res ervation. On the morning of Wednesday April 19, Henderson Route train No. 142 ill be held at Hender- l.nr. fnr I. Si M r,.l,i Mn TIllE DU U AJ. 4.1 . lift... . " f. aa.w will enable pnssengprs from Mor gnnfiel'l branch points find Hen derhon Divisiou Domts south of Henderson to retch Lquisville Wednesday at 12:10 noon. Marriage Not a Profession. Marriage cannot be' classed with nny j thing but itself. It is marriage and nothing else a wonderful mixture of I experiences and duties on many differ ent planes. So far as Us spiritual de- I mauds go, It may ask of a woman, ns . of a man, all she has In her, or It may i'ot. So far as Its material demands go, it may require everything or notliln It may of necessity fill her life or leave t empty. To call It a profession is to ' ' lur. its meaning, for It Is much more than this and much less. Elizabeth Woodbridge in Atlantic Monthly. A Great Chess Player. Sir Walter 1'arrr.tt had an extraor. dlnary me) a ry Some eight or ten men were assembled one evening In one of the lodges attached to St. Ml-. cliael's college, Tonbury. Sir Walter rarratt andllerr vou Hoist played in turn upon the plcno such music as -was asked for. This went on for some time urtil at las the chessboard was brought out. Sir Walter then propose!! to play two men at chess In consulta tion, still remaining; at the piano and p'aylng from memory what was de manded either from Bch, Deethoven, Mozart, Chopin or Mendelssohn. With out even a glance at tho chessboard he won the game In nn hour. London" Globe. The Tall Hat. The tall hat, variously called "chim neypot," "stovepipe," "cylinder" and what not, became fashionable in Paris In 1700, soon after the death of Frank lin, In whose honor It was known as "cbapcau Franklin." In spite of num berless changes of style, it has main tained its ground ever since, unexpect ed as such a result would have seemed at its first Introduction. For a time this style of hat was considered revolu tionary In Germany and Russia. Any one wearing a "cylinder" was liable to punishment, but the evil reputation soon passed away, and the tall, stiff bat, tho ugliest head covering that was over worn and the most ridiculed, out lives all other styles. A healthy man til a klne :in hli own rlihi: an unhealthy man an unhappy ilave. For Impure blood and (lugglih liver, ute Burdock Ulood lilt- ten. On the market) years, ii.oo a bottle.-an Any fool can spend money, bui it takes a man to make it aud a wise guy to hang onto it. Youjuat bet wo don't dream of Villa I We read and hear enough of the cuss'gduring the day, Opportunities? Plenty of them, brother. But it tukes eves to see and brains to erasn. Shake yourself! Ifs two for one tomor row and as long as the supply holds out two cakes of your favorite Palmolive for the price of one. Just tear out the coupon that appears below. Ifs "legal tender" at any store where the soap is sold will buy you one cake of Palmolive Soap if you 1)uy another. You get two cakes for only 10 cents by presenting this free 1 0-cent coupon. It isn't necessary, here, to dweil upon the excel lence of Palmolive and the qualities which make it tlie great and favorite toilet soap. inj TMs What She Made Him. The head of tho bouse glanced at a bill from his wife's dressmaker. "When I proposed to you, less than two years ago," he said, "I was rather wild, and you said you considered It your duty to marry me for tho purpose of making something ot me, did you not?" "Yes, Henry," answered his wife. "WoUV he continued, "your efforts have not been In vuin. Vou have suc ceeded." "I'm so glad," she said. "What hajro I made of you, dear?" Once more ho glanced at the bill. "A bankrupt," he replied, with a deep sigh. Like Masttrk Like Man. In 1814 Raron SttegUtz In S Teter" burg went to great expense tv have tin news of the treaty of peace tfoaveytM1 to hint by a private courlory r hour Wotv It camo to th bnvvricdgo of the government. Hi fberCTe gained i fow hundred thouamuG rubles. Hut hl porter, to whom bt communicated the news, tried his htud at a little spent lntion of his In an hour or two he bought "V all the lamps he could mid la St. Petersburg, bo that in the evening, when the whole city was making ready for tho Illumination, -not single lamp was to be found In any of the shops. The crafty portor now Hold out bis stock at a price which left Inui a nice little profit of 25,000 rubles If you have used Palm olive even once you know, and will be the first to use the coupon. If you haven't, this is your chance to prove the truth of all you have heard about Palmolive. To make the acquaintance of this great Palm and Olive oil soap. Take the coupon to any dealer that sells soap and he will honor it. m Wc Give You This Learning Spanish. Spanish Is the simplest language to learn In tho world and commercially It Is one of the most valuable. Six months' tuition should enable the aver age person to acquire a sufficient knowl edge of Spanish for business purposVs It is quite simple, too, to composo nn ordinary business letter In this lau guage at the end of Unit period, Out fact that makes tho language so eus to English speaking people Is that Span lsh Is pronounced exactly as It Is spelt, there are no accents to trouble about and the letter "h" la always silent. It Is far easier to learn than French, aud a knowledge of Latin helps ona conslii erably. London Globe. CoolOf Eggs. "Eggs should nrrer bo cooked," Mys a cultnury expert "That sounds odd, bnt it is true. They should simply be congealed with slow beat. Every where I bear complaints about souffles and omelets. They fall or they never rise. Rut all that trouble could be avoided If the cooks only understood the relution of heat to eggs. The tem perature should always bo below the boiling point when eggs come In con tact with the water, Then the heat will gradually penerate the efts'. The result wl)l bo a creamy mass Instead of a hard and tough lump. That la the main principle In regard to eggs, and If that Is followed cooks will not be bewailing about their flat omelets." 1 You Will Pre Coupon This coupon will bo accepted if presented within thirty days) as full payment for ona caka of Palmoltva Soap when the holder purchases another cake at the regular price. Only ona coupon may bo presented by each family and the name and address of tho party receiving soap must bo signed in full to the following: I hereby certify that I have this day purchased one cake of Palmolive Soap from my dealer and received ona cako of Palmolive Soap Free. ROnCX TO DUUUi TUa cxa .III it rWnaeJ at 10c la cuk ulj a.Jic MlmltJ ceajltlaai II nail rtlirael 41rtci I. Ika B.J. Maxa Sua CaBatir, lie, ItilwaakM. WIkmiIl It nut keir Ikt fall aiat aUreaa aai kt lUifa kr t urb t.c.ftU, Ik. . WE F0SI- mux will izrusz to uduu coitons cut riou tuvstuiu rutausto bt duuu. ii0!il 1 1 up? J (j BOTTLES ONLY. A Spoonful In a Class of Water, and Nature Dots the Rest. IN Carlstedt Liver Powder CARLSTEDT LIVER POWDER removes the poisons accumulated In your system, caused by undigested food and the failure of the liver, bowels and stomach to operate properly. It aids digestlpn, relieves dyspepsia, biliousness and habitual constipation, dispels colds, headaches, fever and all ills caused by torpid liver and sluggish bowels. CarUtedt Liver Powder COUPON NAME ADDRESS CITY R. F.P.N STATE ST. BERNARD MINING CO., sllll slllllBH aLH , JK sent Be a whole man Awake, Aggressive, Joyous For that dark brown taste, bad breath, tired feeling, for removing the liver poisons from the system and preventing the bilious attacks that lead to more trouble TAKE SPECIAL NOTICE Just to PROVE to you the merits or the article, we have made arrangements with the drug atoree named below to furnlah you with a tie. bottle of Carlstedt Liter Pewder for 10c. If you will cut out coupon and (ill It out properly. But you matt set QUICKLY because tfio druggists have a limited number of bottles to be sold at this price, Incorporated, DRUG DEPT.