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HERE is a Message for
You at THE NEW FA
WE ARE GOING TO PUT ON, FOR 20 DAYS, WHAT IS KNOWN AS
THF I IVE WIRE 8 Al E
THERE is a message for you at THE NEW FAMOUS STORE. A
most important one that means a great saving to the people of Madisonville, and
Hopkins and adjoining counties. The Live Wire Sale, a trade occasion of surpass
ATURDAY, FEB. 15th, jmlibi
HIPPEL'S OLD PLACE. Next to Dunkerson's Store.
1SL gl elisors ville, K e n t xa o ly
The man who whispeis down a
About the things he has to sell
Will never reap a crop of dollars
Like he who climbs a tree and
News of the Town
Mesdutnes L. V. 11 ml E. W.
Ken fro were in Mudisonvillu
It. L. Favors spent this morning
In the county seat on Lulness.
Lucian Littlepage of the Morions
Gap Country, was a visitor to ttie
Bee oflice today.
The Interurban lias a new coach
which is very nice lor the travelers
on that popular run. Anil with the
courteous attention of Couduotor
Ilrnmwell and Flairman Underwood
nothing Is loft to be desired on this
Mrs, Joe Dough, of Morganfleld,
was in the city yesterday to atteud
tho iiineral of Miss Maud Gougb.
Mrs. Fred Filer, pf Madlsouvlllr,
syont this murtiliitr m tho city visit
log friends and nu business.
J. P. UumiT mill Oltuuli 11 u
ers ivor 111 N;iehvillt Thursday
011 lui-t neKH.
Mr. Joe llrltikley, linn rottirnod
from Ht. ltntlilHhiun. Tenn., where
Blio lias liuiiii vtnitlng Mrs. It. O
Qeorgo C. Atkinson, Ini- rnrncl
from a buHliiestt trip to Ij' iiHville.
Mrs. .). 1 Htunur ;wi.l Mii Mnr
garott Mitchell, niii In M 11 jihivi'I"
Thursday on business.
MIssob Kte and Daisy Borders,
of Madisonville, wore in the city
Mr. T. A. Stewart, of Sebree, Ky.,
stopped with Ins elster Mrs. V. T.
Ashby. Thursday night euroute to
his homo from Wontworth N. O..
where he nas been for soveral days.
He brliiKB with him hlebrldonf that
place, Miss Nannie Beatrice Hump
ry. After a few days visit In the
city they will leave for their home
at Sebree. ,
"I Am Well"
writes Mrs. L. R Barker,
of Bud, Ky., "and can do
all ray housework; For
years I suffered with such
pains, I could scarcely
stand on my feet After
three different doctors had
failed to help me, I care
Cardui a trial Now, I fed
like a new woman."
Tho Woman's Tonic
IA woman's health de
pends so much upon her '
delicate organs, that tho
least trouble there affects
her whole system. It Is
the little things that count,
In a woman's life and
health. If you suffer from
any of the aches and
pains, due to womanly
weakness, take Cardui at
once,' and avoid more seri
ous troubles. We urge
you to try It Begin today.
-aQtnte it number of the chlldrun
are absent from school oil account
if mumps. No serious uttuoa and the
i.Uaeiioi are only for a few days.
Mrs. Hoburt Aapley, of Bowling
Green arrlvod In the city Friday for
several dave visit to her sister Mrs.
L. V. R-nfro.
Mrs. H. D. Cowand, was In Madi
It. T. Ewln, or Nashville, was In
the olty on business this week.
Mrs. Ida Turner, of Bowling Green
will arrive In town in a few days to
visit her mother Mrs. J. W. Renfro.
Listen for the wedding bels again
111 two or three days. They will bo
ringing, for Dan Cupid struck home
Miss Veronica Hanna, Is assist
ing In the St, Bernard Drag store
during the absouoe of Ed Trahern.
Mrs. John L. Long's services were
secured In dressing the windows of
the St. Bernard Drug Store again
Neal Holllnxer, of Madisonville
was in town Friday.
Mrs. Kate Withers, has beu visit
I tig fnonds at Crofton, Ky., for sev
E. L. Wise, has returned after
several days In the South.
Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Nlsbet, have
returned from poluts in Nebraska
where they have been visiting rela
tives. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Thornbarry,
have returned from a visit to rela
tives In Elktou.Ky.
Watch for .
Mrs. C. "W. Johnstone of Louis
ville who has deen visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrt. J. It. Forrester
and other relatives for the pas: two
weeks returned home yesterday af
ternoon, she was accompanied as
far as Nortonvllln with her sister
Mrs. Roy Forrester and daughter
B. O. Mitchell of Madisonville
was a visitor In the city Wednesday
Tho dance that will be given to
night by thr members of the Pas
time Club will be one of the swollest
event of the year and a great many
out of town people are expected to
be present good music will be had
anuevery one will enjoy this dance.
The Cases of the merchant in
this city for selling malt Ale that
was to be tried Tuesdayjwere thrown
out of Court on, account of Indlce
mnut not bslng strong enough to
convict and the witnesses for tht,
State ware again called In the
grand Jury roe in with the Intention
of bringing one that will be strong
enough to convict. There were 13
cases against three men.
The L. & K. has put several car
loads of Screenings on their Main St.
near the depot.
Brodle Jones of Bowling Green
Is one of the Hopkins County boys
that Is coming to the front Mr. Jones
j was left an orphant at the ago of
I six years and by bard work and
I study he succeded In getting an edu
cation and gained admittance to the
"Warren County Bar and is one of
the rising young Lawyers, of Bow
line; Green. He is a grand son of
Esquire T. U. Jones of Hanson Mr.
ADDRESED TO WOMEN
IS YOURS A
Case of "Nerves?"
hot flashes, dizziness, fainting spells, backache, headache,
bearing-down pains, nervousness all are symptoms of Irregularity
and female disturbances and are not beyond relief.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription
is mat 01 a lamous pnysician unusually experienced
in the treating of women's peculiar ailments. For
forty years it has been recommended to suffering
womankind. Thousands of women can bear witness
to its beneficial qualities. Perhaps Its aid Is all that
Is required to restore to you perfect health and strength.
Now Is the time to act, write Dr. K. V. Pierce's, Buffalo.
I AM NOW CURED
Hits. iSoxixld RoMUa.'ti Ban Franciaoo, Calif . wrluil
I tfcl. pijuar In tcommentnff row w.udorf ul MmealM, ana
w3 u Ur lThalfJ rour Tiriu PrMcrlpUoa' and'OoliJoa
mm that a woman Is bolr to. TboM rKoe era
vartoua uvuluaa thai a woman la bow to. TboM nnodloa
m hoaotbonfaUod and I Uunfwe raaolvo to tail ne sOmc,
a inu jou sor your egtios."
IN LIQUID OR TABLET FORM
Perklu Adams, was In Madison
ville Thursday afternoon.
Ed M. Trahern, left for Cincinnati
Wednesday accompanying his bro
ther, Lee Traheru, home who has
been in town for soveral weeks re
cuperating from a severe attack of
Ms6 Merrio K'ug, of Henderson,
spout u few dayti 111 Earllugton this
week enrouttt to thu Eastern Mar
kets for Barnes, Cowaud & Co.
Miss King will be head trimmer for
this firm thu coming seuson and is
au adept In swell inilliuory.
J. E. Malouey mado a busluobs
trip to St. Louis Thursday.
E. 1. liarnes mid J. Less Loach or
Central City aro In towu assisting In
tho annual invoice of the firm ef
Barnes Cowaud & Co.
Mrs. Hugh Tapp, of Madisonville,
visited Mrs. ErueBt Ajliby Thurs.
Joiso Phillips and Lawson Ash
more of St. Charles were In the oity
a fow hours Thursday,
MIbb Mary Cobb, of Evausvllle, Is
In the olty vUltlnghor aunt Mrs. J,
J. Sullivan. ,,
Mr.. Rlnhard . F&rnsworth and
daughter MUvLoulsejof Qensboro
1 fOWU VlBlllJlJt HK grauuuiutwir
Mts.'E FatasVoiitja 4iJ M
rt V I r A . 1. I .. . Af IHhakUv
jreur$ . A'sviueuu ion a woyoj
Dr. Leslie La (Toon, of Midi
8onville, was iu tne city Fridaj.
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Stum and
daughter Mary Katherine, of
Madisnnvillp, visited Kv. nnd
Mrs. Grant lust Suuduy.
Mr. It. Q. Taylor, of St. B- thleham,
Touu , was In the city Thursday.
Miss Minerva Davis, of Anton, is
In the olty visiting relatives for a
few days. Miss Davis recently
grot! u a tell from Ht. Vlucmutof the
Woods with next to the highest
honors that has ever been attained
by the students of this accademy
Tl-ls is considered quite a high lion.
or and 0110 tho young lady had roa
sou to bo very pioud.
a! tertMWM , for
a business trip to
Will be paid to any person havlntr
Zri . V. i"""ur acue, auinp's
Oulck-Itellef r.lnlniput fnlla ..I
Instant relief and the purchase price
la nnt -nfnnila.1. m tV . 1
iviunmu, J t ,auU DCe,
"It in the most wonderful remedy for re
lieving pain I have ever used,"--Cai)t. An
der.on Berry, Lexington, Ky,
"I used this liniment and the pain and
Vf,V. llallinger, Uxlngton, Ky.
,'JV.U.,tb.e?nljri'e'neSTlllat has given me
clif f ,,Sce 1 Vf?.1 lraiyred four years
ago," Mrs. Susan Welborn, Newburg. Ind
"For relieving aches and pains this llnl.
SSSLt1! uthBK I ever saw.'W. II
i-Thla liniment gave almost Instant relief
tlsm.!'-S, Upwalt, Paris, Ky.
If it Falls to Relieve" Any Pain in
Any Part of The Body In Fifteen
Minutes, Ask For Your Money Back.
50c At AH Druggl.ts or
RwW tUmvt Co, LsadrxgtB. Ky
Jones tnanv friends in Madisonville
will watch his career with much
0. W. Tarleton of Mobile Ala.
spent Tuisday with family of Dr. P.
Hcuddor Hooeeyjot Nashville was
1 1 the oity yesterday visiting friends
Scudder Is an employe of the Nash
v lie Terminals ahd is stationed tit
the gate at the Union Station
THE EXTRA LOW PRICES I
HIGH QUALITY WALL PAPER
I lias Made Many People Buy Their
Spring WALL PAPER
If you have not bought yet don't let this
chance go by.
E Extra Special j
l 15-Patterns, crown effects, were $8.00 and
I up, to close $2.00 PER ROOM.
15-Pattcrns, new stock and not reminants, j
: were 25c and 30c per roll, to close 10
cents PER ROLL.
All work guaranteed
THE McLEOD STORE
Madisonville, Kentucky -