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Wen'a Good Wear Yecd Aof Be Expensive Not necessarily eo, at leusf that Is, when Rot al first hands. Wo'vo mndo llluli Art OIu'.Iiph uiicJ Mailed tlium dlreut to tin) cotiniimir for tup pan furty-nvo yeiirn, Hinl vrheii wo noli n suit ut f 10.0'J, $12.50, $15,0(1, $10 50, $18.50 or (20.00, It Is not onlv shorn of all Ko-botweni 11 nritliiB or profit, but Iihb h11 of Mir past years of cxpurlHiioH not only made and cut lulu It, but hIbo back of it. AS TO OTHER SPUING WEAR QunlltlHd mid stylo of notn are to bn found In $2 and $:J Hats, $a.50 and $1 Shoe, $1 to $2 Shirts -besides hero again you (ret ut first hands. Our Hoyn' DotinrtuiRlit I equally as ItiterrMltiu. nni has tbo samo nilvautngn up our Men's wIipii it ciunos to values and style. OUR PARCELS POST PROPOSITION Wo will transmit by Parol Post, freo of charco to yeti, nil purchases from uno ounce to uleveii pounds. Tills applies to orders received In any department ol our slur". IT PAYS TO TRADE HLRE. v IS jji' EVANSVI LLE' N D lANA'S. The man who whispeis down a well About tho things ho hai to sell Will novcr reap a crop of dollars Like he who climbs a tree and "hollers." News of the Town i 1 What Did The Woggle-Bup S&i) The Farmers Na tional is a clean, sound, strong bank, following conservative methods. Zack Drake, of Madisonvlllo, was lu the city this njorntUK on a busi ness trip. Every day should be clean-up day onco you have things clean It is no trouble to koep them that way. He a good fellow and attend the Princes Movie, they haro four good reels every night. TI10 Llsceuse films are the th'.ny. Several of the Ex-Coufoderate Veterans will attend tho meeting In Chattanooga next month. Olio cent a mile rates will bo ullowud by all the railroads that run into that city. . The Farmers Na tional is a growing, active, progressive, up-to-date bank in ever)' particular. " Courteous and obliging. You will like it. 4 11 tf. j The banking public I realizes that there is i ! comfort and satisfac tion in having their money with an insti tutional unquestioned reliability. Such is The Farmers Nation al. Capt. Claude Harris and W. A. Ulloy, of Madlsonvllle, spont today in the cltv on business. Klrd Goad, who has been visiting rrlatlves in Hopklnsville, lias re turned home. One lot of Ladies' Skirts, all displayed on a rack, regu lar $4. $5, $6, $7.50 and $10. Your choice of the lot for $2.50, $4.75 and $6.75. Barnes Cowand & Co. Incorporated Henry S. HreckonrldRO, of Lex ington, has been uppoinled assistant Seo'y of War. This Is ono of the moat Important positions in Wash ington, and goiuK to a Keutucklan, and one as youtijc as Mr. Urecken rldue is quite au honor. Quito 11 miod ileal of cleaning up is jioini: on in thin city, see that vour buck yard and alley is kpt that way. The batik statements publishes In the last Issue of this paper show that iho people of this city have nearly $239 0X0 in the two banks which is a gain of nearly $50,000 in tho past three years. This with the new homes that have been built, show that our people are very thrifty and our morohants say that they wl'l buy noue but the very best of Roods showing that they havo uot deprived thomselveH of any of the good things of life. We are very prosperous poopla and have much to be thank, ful for. Bargain counter. Ladies' Slippers, S2.00, $2.50. Your choice for Si. 00. Barnes Cowand & Co. Incorporated Ceoll Webb will be able to be carried home from the St. Rernard Hospital lu a few days If he con tinues to Improve mh he has lu tt o last week. Mark Johnson, switchman, who has been living In Madlsonvllle,' for some time, has moved to this city Miss Taylor, of Madlsonvllle, Is vis iting his family this week. D. P. Ranks, who has been In Ev ansvllle and Howell for a few days on business has returned homo. Mrs. R.N. Clark spent Thursday evening lu MadUonvtlle with rela tives. Roger Clark, one of tho MuLend popular clerks, waa In tho city Thursday on business. Tho K. of P'b., of this city will have work in all the degrees, nevernl from ott of the city nre exueotrtj toN be undent. Don't fall to attend It you are a member. Shirt Waist Bargains, a big.;,oou,,t' wa" theol,tv v Ed has many friends who KCUUUMUUlu Ollll iwui&ia out yours now. Barnes Cowand & Co. Incorporated fllss May Lnvougor, of Chlosgo III,, who is eiiroute homo from a vh cation spent In St. Petersburg, Flit., is visiting Miss Margaret Victory for a few days. Several plant Ilnds in dlllorent parts of liHiiderson and this county have been town with grass send or torn up, It Is to bad that tho ratca! can't bo caught. lr Mnhhlt of Madlsonvllle wr In this city Thursday morning vlsi -Ing frionds. Miss Margie Whitfield of Madlson vllle was in the city Thursday visit ing her sister, Mrs. Ed. Rule. Mrs. Honry Harris of Mortons Gap was a visitor In tno city Thursday morning. Bargain counter. Ladies' Slippers, $2.00, $2.50. Your choice for $1.00 Barnes Cowand & Co. Incorporated , "Hutch" Rlaokwell of Henderson was In the city Thursday morning visiting tho trade. He owns his own store In Henderson and does a nice business In this section of the country. R. W. Roblntou manager of tho Victoria Mines mado a buslnoss trip to this city Wodneadav afternoon. Mrs. Bront Hart spent a few hours in Madisonville Tuexiluy afternoon visiting friend?. Miss Mamie Mc Intosli made friends in the co nty sent a visit Tuesday ovenin Mrs.O. L. AHhby mado relatives in ih-? county seat n visit Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Ii. Vinson and Miss Emma VliiHon, were in Madlsonvllle visit ing frionds yesterday. Mrp. N."E. McKinuou mado a visit to frioiiiis in Midfonvillo Tue lav afternoon. Jnmes Craig made a business trip to t' m cunty t-ent Thursday Liter noon. E60 Take d L. Kluuet, n former citlz-u of city, now living in St. Churles. who la now in tho rao- for Jailer of Thursday wish him woll in this rate mid who aio going to help him win It H .Is making nil actlvu iiauvitHK ami will try to boo overy voter before Auuust. "Swut." the Hy 111 liiuo nndki 1 uino tluiuttiUMi anil ninty-niiiu. Major F. 1). Harris of MadlsouvlllH spent a few uours in the city Wed ue day eurouto home from a business trip to his old home, Mortnus Gap Miss Leliu Wilson of tho uublic school in this city was in Midi xiinville Tuesday afternoon visit iug friends and ou business. 'EH Pale Faces Pale-faoed, weak, and fihaky women who suffer every day with womanly weakness need the help of a gentle tonic, with a building action on the wdmanly system. If you are weak you need Cardul, the woman's tonic, because Cardui will act directly on the cause of your trouble. Cardui has a record of more than 50 years of success. It must be good. Mm Iiura Duoei. berry, made a bii8lneH trip lo iho county sent yosterday, Miss Result) Cavlness, was n visitor In Madlsonvllle Thursday evening. Miss Margaret Kemp, epantafow hours In Madlsonvllle Thursday attornoot:. Dallln Curtis, spent a fow hours In the county soatyesterday aftornoon. Jabo Stone, spent Thursday in Hopklnsville. John Rernard, who has beon con- flood at homo with chills Is out again, Mrs. R. G. McEuou nnd little sons Idft Wednesday morning for a months vlslr to hur parents at Cadiz. YMrs. Will Rratn well and daughters Misses Anna Real and Robsio May returned home to Nashville Sunday afternoon after a visit to relatives and friends. John Robinson, of Nobo was in town Tuesday. O Miss Connie Fenwlok, Agnes Lynn . .a . ..a mi. anil margarei ivemp, up-lit inurs day afternoon In Madisonvlllo. The public has a high appreciation of A. A. prompt, accurate, m- elligent service. This s rendered at The Farmers National E. P. Rarnes, of Beaver Dam and Central City, who has bom (n'tlo city for several day returned home vusterday morning. Scudder" Hosoe, of Nashville, Tenti., arrlvo.1 In the city Thursday for a few days visit. Mrs. O. P. Webb f pent a few hours u Madlsonvllle Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Floyd Williams, made friends u Maillsonviilu a visit yesterday atlcruoou. The meeting nt the M. E. church h getting along nicely. Rev. MeJl s preaching good plain sermons tht lire calculated to do ono good who IV'eH up tO til Rill . MAKES GOING HARD FOR THE RAILWAY THIEVES CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Effie Graham, of Willard, Ky., says: "I was so weak 1 could hardly go. I suffered, nearly every month, for 3 years. When I began to take Cardui, my back hurt awfully. I only weighed 99 pounds. Not long after. I weighed 115. Now, I do all my work, and am in good health." Begin taking Cardui, today. Rom to Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hamer n flue ten pound boy Wedisd. y nigth. Hamer is all Binlles. It. E. "Pete" LafToon of the Anton country and candidate for the offlco of oberlil of this county, spent Wednesday night with E. L. Wlso. Mr. IiHlToon at one time worked in this city and has many friends among the older citizens. Ou account of hoavy travel and late connections ont of Chicago, there has been two sections of 05 every mornlug for soma time. Shirt Waist Bargains, a big Reduction in Shirtwaists. Get yours now. Barnes Cowand & Co. Incorporated A large number of candidates were in the city Thursday mond itit: their fepcos. Miss Susan Marie Crutohlleld, who was operated ou in Nashville more than two weeks ago Is improving nicely and with her mother is ex- pHcted home In n fow days. MUs Bessie Coyle, who li.rs' been quite 111 ut Murfrensbnru. Tennessee, where sliu is uttomlliig i-oihio, is re ported to Iim impioviiig. Ah foiiil us she Is able, her mother who u at h'd-ldo will return home with her. One lot of Ladies' Skirts, all displayed on a rack, regu lar $4, $5, $6, $7.50 and $10. Your choice of the lot forNS'f0,'." $2.50, $4.75 and $6,75. Barnes Cowand & Co. Incorporated I B. M. SLATON I UNDERTAKER I Funeral Director. :: Licensed Embalmer i AriH-wc r nil cgIIh Day or- Nigj" f NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE, Office Phone 124-2 Residence Phone 124-3 i MADISONVILLE, KENTUCKY This coutpon Is good for 25 votes in The Bee's Mammoth Cave Diamond Ring Contest. Miss Not good unless voted on or before Tuesday April 30. I Tkis Porcti Swing Act Just Passed Imposes $5,000 Fine and Federal Imprisonment (J;ir and depot thieves will find their operations in the future more dificult than in the past, and wilhave to face prosecution n the Federal Courts as well as before state tribunals as tho re sult of the bill introduced bv Representee O. O. Oarliu, of Al exandria, Va. passed by both Houses of Congress, and approv-j ed by tho President. This Act imposes a maximum fine of $5,000, or imprisonment for not more than ten .vears for Hny person convicted of unlaw fully breaking into any railway car containing interstate or foreign shipments of freight or express, or pf stealing or obtain- tig by fraud or deception from any car, depot, vessel or wharf, any freight, express or baggage winch constitutes or is u part of any interstate or foreign ship ment. While tho Oarlin Act in uo way infringes ou tho juriedictiou of the stute courte, it puts tho whole poerof theFederal Department of Justice behind the decision and prosecution of persons guilty of stealing from cars or depots, since it will be practically im possible, for thioves to distinguish botweon interstate or foreign shipments. It is confidently ex pected that this law will have u powerful effect ou breaking up thefts of this character which uo- only involve a serious loss to the railways and cause great incon venicuce to shippers and travel ers, but uro 11 constant meuunue to railway employes and tin traveling public, since it is noton otis that car thieves do not lies t.ite to intorfero with trains r resort 1 0 other expedients to Kerv their own purposes, regurdljas of const qtionces. Cures Old Sores, Other Remsdias Won't Cure The vrortt caici. no matttr of how lonz standing, are cured by the wonderlu!, out reliable nr. l'ortcr'i Antiseptic lleallne Oil. It relieve! Vaiu and Hcali at the same time. 25c, 50c, S1.00 V Made of solid Oak, Early English finish, securely bolted, complete with chain and hooks O. MORTON Furniture, Carpets, Rugs and Draperies, Funeral Director Madiaonville, Ky. Mi iMiiibth Nisbet has puroliamcl fhm Mutoro.vvle an Imllau. Miller Kvuus loft yesterday for u vuit to Lexington for a fow days. er Hauuock and K. Kun (JaU'Exprass Aunt imve had built a nice row boat fur their iho on the Ijik, Their many friends expeot to HUl'iv h Kiinu uiuuy )isiiuiuny (lining lu It this summer. HOQSIERKlTCHENCABIHFrSii 8 Hot Watker B T (Tl , p& W is Liommtf m 1. ,... ' .: ! .S:.'i And you are going to buy a Goal Oil Cook Stove Don't be mislead by the just as good kind, buy a new perfection that is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction. Let us send you one out and test it out in your own home, and if not what we claim for it, we will glad ly call and take it up. K.V.-.V.- i3 J Plain Hardware Go. B iadisonville, Ky. B Frank D. Rash Wt WeJuesday f.'r LotiiHvlllo where liti delirereil au ml- dresti before the nmuufuo' unrn a. Boolatlun 111 tliatolf.v mi tliH"Cml re 8t)nrnn uf K-ntuuky." WV wiilry to K't tho uupy unit print this lu lull fol' ' readure Tli" Uhh. Mi Itohhln lierunrd latt this ieor fnr a visit to frimuls in Anton. Mr. LoLauRhliti formerly MUs Kimnerluit) Wiikom of Madlsnnvlllu who hat been visiting tier sister MUs Lull n Wilson returned to hor home In Ohio Thursday evwiiliii;. Mrs, Itobert Weir, of Huuou re turned wltu Mrs. Ellzabetu Msjors her mother who has been visiting her in that city, thisnnoruln;.