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Come With Dr. Picrco's Golden Medical Discovery This Is a blood cleanser and altcrntlvo that starts tho liver and stomach Into vigorous action. It thus asaliU tho body to manufacture rich red blood which feeds tho heart nerves brain and organs of tho body. Tho organs work smoothly liko machinery running In oil. You feel clean, strong and strenuous instead of tired, weak and faint. Nowadays you can obtain Dr. Fierco'a Golden Medical Discovery Tablets, as well as tho liquid form from all mcdlcino dealers, or trial box of tablets by mall, on Tecclpt of COc. Address R.V. Plerce,M.D.,Uuffal6VN.Y. Dr. Pierce! Grel 100S P(ro Illuitrated H" O R.-.1T--1 will I.- FREE. Cloth Dound for 31 One-cent Stamp. The man who whiipois down a well About tho things he has to sell Will never reap a crop of dollars Like he who climbs a tree and "hollers." News of the lown Don't forgot I will bo at my E 4ngton Studio overy Tuesday from 8 a. in. until 6 p. m. -ITF ALMACORBITT. Aday at the Hopkins County Fair with several of your good old friends i . iii. wnora youaon i see oueu, wiwi plomo dinnor for your family and friends will (rladyen the heart of every motnber of the entire family and furnish a tonio for talk around the winter fires for all next winter. Nod Barnes. Thurman Rudd and EIrIo Qoodloe spent Sunday in Ev- aoBvlllo. If you want a ticket to tho Great Hopkins County Fair, subeenbo for the Bee and tret one. Misses Mao Lillian and Sarah Margaret Fish are visiting friends and "relatives In Waturtown and .Liberty, Tenn. Tbey will return about Avgust the Oth. Rev. and Mrs. H. J. Brazelton and son, Howard, and Mrs. S. IS. Stevens will leave Friday for a weeks Btay Jn Monteaglo, Tenn. Pay your subscription to the Semi-Weekly Bee and get a ticket to the Groat Hopkins County Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert King, of Madlsonvillo, have moved in a cot tage on Moss Avenue, and will make tnis olty their future home. Idles Geneva Hart, of Carboudale. pent Sunday in the city with" friends. Ertley Bobbitt, of Madlsouville, was in town yesterday. George Clements, of Madisonvilte, was' in town Sunday. John Moore was In Madlsonvillo Sunday. Good morning! Have you seen Tho Courier i Evansville V best paper. Mr. and Mrs Thurman Rudd spout Sunday with friends in Han- sou. Miss Charlie Davis left Sunday for a two wooks visit in Nashville. Mrs. Charlie Barnott spent Sun day with friends in Madlsonvillo Marvin Mltbhell spent Sunday in Morganfleld. MosBrs. Jack Holeman, Mack Lynch and John Haluoa, of Dawson Misses LurlinefJoylo andLuoy Fawcott, of Madlsonvillo, were in the city Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Nichols, spent Sunday in Evansville with frlendr Miss Mlna Johnson, of Providence Ib visiting MIsb Fern Nichols this week. Mrs. Walter Davos and son Law ronoo will leave this week to visit friends in Tacoma, Washington. Walter Daves was in Evansville Saturday. O. I. Truempy loft Sunday for Canneltnn, Ind., where he will en gage in the Jewelery business in hi homo town. Mrs. Belle Wilson was in Dswson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Clark and family taken a pleasure ttip to Dawson Sunday afternoon and to Hopklnsvlllo Monday in their car, J. T. Yates, Gao. McCulley and Judla Vincent . visited friends in Dawson Sunday. FOR SALE 1 upright foldingbed (new), 1 mantel folding bed, 1 bed room sot, 1 kitchen cabinet (new; 1 Refrigerator (new). ROGERS CLARK at Mrs. P. B. Davis Ed and Will Phillips motored to Ciarksville, Tenn., Sunday. O. E. Darrah left last night for Chicago on a two weeks vacation. Dr. and Mrs. A. 0. Sisk and obll dren left Monday morning for a vis it to relatives and frlendB'in Texas Walter Dulin, of Madlsonvillo was in the city Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan M. Evans and sons, Miller and Ben motored to ClarkBviliu, Tenn., Sunday. Quality counts. Use Red Band Snull Mtf. Jesse Phillips and Mrs, Fin loy, of St. Charles, wero hero Fri day. Mrs. W. A. Randolph and children and Mrs. D. M. Evans and Miller were guests of Mrs. Jgbbo Phillips of St. Cliarlea this woek. Miss Ziloah Morehoad will loave Thursday for Greenville to visit her grandmothor. Miss Eliza Porter, of Pembroke Is visiting Miss Margaret Dudloy this weeK. H. R. McOreary.of Princeton, was In tho city on businobs Monday. E. O. Oaronenl spent Sunday with friends in Pembroke. Miss Dollio Banks Bpent the week end in Trenton wyh relatives. Mrs. H. R. sBrownlug roturned last night from a ten days vacation in Monteaglo, Tenn. Sip by sip here's ptire enjoyment cool com fort a satisfied thirst a contented palate. Demand the gcuulncby full name Nlclcnamci eucourage substitution. Whenever you' see an Arrow think f Coca-Cola. THE COCA-COLA COMPANY ATLANTA, GA. NOW HER FRIENDS HARDLYJNOW HER Bat This Does Not Bother Mrs. BurtoH, Under ike Cir canstances. Houston, Texas. In an interesting letter from this city, Mrs. S. C. Burton writes as follows : "I think it is my duty to tell you what your medicine, Cardui, the woman's tonic, has done for me. I was down sick with womanly trouble, and my mother advised several different treatments, but they didn't :eem to no me anv rood. I lingered along for three or four months, and for three weeks, J was in bed, so sick I couldn't bear tor any one to walk across the floor. My husband advised me to try Cardui, the woman's tonic. I have taken two bottles ot Cardui. am feeling fine, gained 15 pounds and do all of my housework. Friends hardly know me, I am so wen." If you suffer from any of the ailments so common to women, don't allow the trouble to become chronic. Begin taking Cardui to-day. It is purely vegetable, its Ingredients acting in a gentle, natural way on the weakened womanly constitu tion. You mn no risk in trying lardiu. It has been helDing weak women back to health and strength for more than 50 years. It will help you. At all dealers. Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga, Tenn., for bjt(al hutruction on your case and 64-page book. Home treatment fer Women," sent In plain wrapper. E69-B VILLA CALLS KAN SAN TO PLAN AQUARIAN REFORM C. C. GIVENS, President W. C. HOPEWELL, Secretary 'Greater and Grander Than Ever" GREAT HOPKINS COUNTY FAIR AUGUST 4, 5,6, 7 AND a 1914 MANAGER BLAMES POSSUM HUNTERS J, P. Cox, of Bevier Co., does not Believe Striking Miners Led Attacks on Cleaton Store. DOES NOT ANTICIPATE REPETITION OF DISORDER Summons Topeka Insurance Man to Con fcrence on Confiscation of Huge Estate Topekn, Kan., July 19. Sum moned by a telegram from Gen eral Fraucisco Villu of the con stitutionalist army in Mexico, F. A. Thomas, president of a lo cal insurance company, today will leave for Juarez for a con ference in connection with the possible confiscation and distri bution of big Mexican estates. Thomas receutly wrote a letter to the constitutionalist leader outlining a plan for cutting up the big ranches of northern Mex ico and distributing them among the poens. The telegram waB the result. Gaining in Popularity Daily A prominent Druggest says: "Hughes' Tonic has given more sat isfaction thau nny other chill tonlo we have ever sold." Sold by Drug gists 60o and $1.00 bottles. PBB PARED BY ROBINSON-PETTET CO., Louisville, Ky, Incorporated Find Fossilized Remains. The foaalllzod remains ot the head of an elephant were recently found by fishermen in a cliff at Dacton, on the Norfolk coast The lower law was missing, but remains ot what are bud- joBed to havo been tusks were round Bome time ago. London Malt SPECIAL TO WOMEN Tho most economical, cleansing and cormlcldal of all -antiseptics Is A soluble Antiseptic Powder to be dissolved in water as needed. As a medicinal antiseptic for douches In treating catarrh, Inflammation or ulceration ot nose, throat, and that caused by feminine malthas no equal. For ten years the Lydla K. Plnkham Medicine Co. has recommended Paxtlne In their private correspondence with women, which proves Its superiority. Women who have been cured say It is "worth its weight la gold," At druggists. S0. large box, or by mall. The Paxtoe Tollt Co., Beatee, Mass.! Cleatou, Ky., July 20. Quiet prevails here today after the ex citing events of last week. Ofli cials of the Boviea Coal Co. state that a repetition of the rioting of the past week, when the office of the company was twice attacked, is not anticipated. J. P. Oox, general manager of the company, in a telephone mes sage today from Louisville, gives it as his opinion that the strik ing miners at the Bevier plant had nothing to do with the re cent depredation?, but that the two gangs making an attack up on the company affice was com posed of what is commonly known throughout this section as "pos sum hunters." About half a dozen pieces of dynamite were discovered today, placed in the company store in what is believed to have been a well-laid plan to blow up the building. There is some talk of asking County Attorney W. H. Gray to call upon the Governor in case there is threatened repetition of disorders. Trouble almost as serious as that which has pre vailed here, was experienced re cently at Beaver Greek and a re quest for State troops was con sidered, but abandoned, after af fairs had quieted down. How to Overcome Sleeplessness In the August Woman's Home Companion William J. Oromie writes a moBt practical and in teresting article entitled "Every Girl Should Know How to Stand, Sleep and Walk." Following is hia advice as to how to overcome sleeplessness ; ' "To overcome sleeplessness yo should perform intense mental work during the first part of the day ; tho evenings should be de voted to a uniform occupation in a uniform environment, and you should be careful to take a suffi cient amouut of muscular ex ercise. If the lungs are cramped by improper posture, they fail to get the proper amount of ox ygen and do not throw off the waste and poia'ouous matter they should. A warm bath will often draw the blood to the surface of the body and thus bring about sleep. Those who persist in go ing over in their minds tho af fairs of the day should sip a cup of warm water slowly or a glass of warm milk." DROUTH BROKEN Pine Rain Falls Thursday NiHht The long drouth was broken Thursday night when a soaking ruin fell over this part of tho county. This rain is worth quite a great deal to tho corn crops and farmer b are correspondingly happy. One Lone Germ Breeds Million A tor or cut ltd tht tprma uadtr U tltfcb ft you don't top lu brMdtsi thor will M IBtlUoaJU lU (Uj. I Stop UU BnHbar WUk DR. BELL'S 'Antiseptic Salve Mktr mil wMM w4 bl m mim m ju iuXmTA to wU prTMt kw4 sk ushii at - , "TH K Br Tho ilDLE HOUR PROGRAM FROM JULY 20 TO 25 MONDAY "Love and Vengeance" Sterling in 2 Reels, featuring Ford Sterling. . "Risen from the Ashes" Rex, featuring Edna Maison andWm. Worthington. TUESDAY "The Daughter of a Crook" Victor in 3 Reels, fea turing Irene Wallace and Harris Gordon. WEDNESDAY "Old California" Bison in 2 Reels, featuring Edwin August and Edna Maison. ' "The Stranger at Hickory Nut Gap" Imp, featurinS Wm. Shay and Mona Hungerford. THURSDAY "Mountain Law" Rex, featuring Bob Leonard and Hazel Buckham. "The Sharps want a Flat" Joker Comedy. "The Taint of an Alien" Powers, featuring Edwin August and Edna Maison. FRIDAY "Broken Vows" Victor in 2 Reels. Children's Play, featuring Irene Wallace. "Temper vs Temper" Imp, featuring Ethel Grandirt Hobert Henley. SATURDAY "Lucile Love the Girl of Mystery" No. I. Gold Seal in 2 Reels, featuring Grace Cunard and Francis Ford "The Old Maids Triumph" "In The Barracks of the Royal North West" 'Powers, SEE" LUCILE LOVE" THE GIRL OF YS7ERY PflMF TO MATINEE AND oUffit AVOID THE RUSH This COUPON is good for (100) Votes in the Green River Contest Trip FOR ' If Voted On Or Before Julv 30th Sold Hogs by Telephone A Softth Carolina farmer had a large number of hogs which were ready to kill. The weather was so warm that killing was out of the question. He went to his telephone, called a dealer in Columbia over Long Distance and sold his hogs at a good price. He then called the local freight office and arranged for shipment. The telephone is now a necessity on the farm, ' You can have one on your farm at small cost. See the nearest Bell Telephone Manager or cend a postal for our free booklet. FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company INCORPORATED. 9IS femtk Fryer St., Atl&sU, Cfe.