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rate tult1 chuck full oi stitigcfitinus the best i ftmt are up
pouring in his i lint in newspapers the country over for
u dollar und that with their help it is i nioro play to ar
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hue II oll friends 10 cull Fresh Ooodn
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Blacksmith and Undertaker
HIOKMAN KENTUOKY i
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I also keep a full lint ofI
Undertaker Goods
Common IToipnool and Solid BUck
Valiinl Conn nnd CII fri vrhlpb cln le l
fiitd up in fltnrl notice and a rrnmn
able prices Give ma f call
1t Shop near the JnU
Cash Book Storoll j
Splendid Selection of
NEW BOOKS
BOOKSSTATIONERY
STATIONERY
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slate our Hides Furs nad Game
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Jfltavrwk in Middle TonncsseeSisitinc
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Itottc Annie Lncile nSd Molt t
anrant rutted relatives in Unto L
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ItlrM I Zra Green a very worlby m n n
liV accepted thopositiou oler in the
11 CJcuiaupoit office
j Tom end Wuddy Oardner of Tor
r JrTtnu attended the dance at A r
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11r T Fortnto and sons L ± I io
I ldaI ble spent 0
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i lr Emiuisor of the Commercial k i
loaner Uuloa City > was in Hickmiiu
last week and gave the OOOIUKR a
pjefisant cull
1LHoD i R T Tylor who has been
nnltn sink for two wee tr fan nftrtfvl no
i improving and promises to be up in a
N on time i
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I Judge Jno W Oowgill who has
Ijwn dungerpuslv ill with typhoid reo I
vcr ia convalescent and on the road to
permanent recovery
I Rev Archer Boo hlr entertained
tie children of the Episcopal Sand r
school at the Rectory Wednesday night j
ith play mirth joy and good things
tent t
IcMWca Nellie and Nannie Rogers
entertained Miss Robins of New Mad
H3 Mo with some other young guests
I1t cards and refreshments Friday or
Jattweek 1 which provea to bo nn iutvr
citing social evont of the holidays
I Mrs Nnnuio Kingman entertained I
uncouples of her married friends on
T ew Years day at the home of her la
ther Mr Geo Warren viz t Mr and l
lire Ed Prathei D and Mrs J M 1 i
Htbbard Mr and JfI1 Will Baltzcr Mr
and Mrs T T Swayuo and Mr and i
tfrt J II Millet
A phantom party at the home of f
ofMr
Mr and Mrs B T Davis Monday ni ht
t ls tho occasion of the highest enjoy
wnt by a largo number of our most ac
Cijirfpltehed young people The phau
tor I boats were weird in appearance
bfit full of the mirth and tasteful hu
mbr that aids to make all happy
See Buchanans Cost i
Prices on Shoes and l
fiats I
LMssca Leone Fuqua and Ivey De
Bow held u Ire t Years reception on
Thursday evening ut the residence of
lltJ I E Fuqua when many of the
young beaux and lassies vied with each
otberlu paying their respeots to those
ttt1e young sooletj tavorites Tbo 00
niu wits charmiug and delightful
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Old People Mode Young
J 0 Sherman tho veteran editor of r
tho Ycruioutvillo Mich Echo has dis
covered tho rtimurkublo eecret of keep
lug old people vouug For routs ho has
avoided Nervousness Sleeplessness Ion
digestion Heart trouble Ooustipatiou
uudjllhenmutbm by using Electric Bit
tors uud ho writes It cant be pre is
td too highly It gently stimulates t the
kiduoy toiitw tho otouuicli aids tligus
neat and ti V tilt a splendid iipptnito Jth
hart worked voudors fur uiy wife and I
mGi Its a inarvnlouH rou > dy for old l
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IHI18 worldwido fame for murvollous I
cores It surpasses any other Halve 10 i
lion ointment or buiui for Outs Corus
Burns Boils Sores Felons Ulcors Tat
ttr Salt Rhutiui Fevor S6n i happed I
Huntis Skin EruptiouH lufailiblo for
Piles Ouro guaranteed duly 25o at
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qttite faffiOBs > oliar b cave iu th
raves clrcnlt eoart raeenlly rwfa
dered Ma cerlifet v 4rjfyvlt eld law I r
week la fcvpr afKpjtod fa tte r
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oetitly I given p wciUl fit ltr O f J
the fead whlol existed l m ifcl
Primitive Baptist ClnlrchHat
11 1101 Oak Graves conmj TliM
who profess tile belle fJIHke Pod <
hiss Baptist church nr ehulltAi
ly known us HknUhflls Tto4
cbw rub near Pilot CHH sla Bn old
t + rte and tbr OllgreaKtfHl I ft largo l j
r yoat oar orfl r13Nnre ago Kev
M jJtJZ feh I tretf ttlerjio1 ontlrp
lIllIIIlIol hitiI I IfItflM rteaJ
that God foieordiWHMl rill coming
events and tjiuff Iedil ll r hpalll j
wire rltlPou8Ihlp J r1iIIYlh 10 t hPf
did Ui ilfuatrNlPt1 l 11f elf by
byd t it
church was not ru 1iIlaI isle t orJ
bNliq present mid Owl ifuvmem
brr t vraN not I rMIOIllltla fur byre J
litfrriil en It mule mid tied 111m f IT
uviree
Upon UIIM proposition brJte e
Mjaitdgigrailnally aroe JIlt of fiff 1 1
rno lnt remarkable Vodii I HfurHt t j
cirolpgmi record RV Kiriianil
H HCjtltJoIlfHOherShd HnnNllfH
uilu sJarfrti t + hn had hinlltaIIIi I
III llltd ° W + It nti Himz mid furI I
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htlftll hN LAY1 Hat laln t llt
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arcumtHiiH were imariT l 1
Red The point be was called
to pass apon erne a mast Impo
tent one HO it involved the qaea
fleas which hula HriHHii between I
churnen II I
doctrine Judge Reed adjnarned
adjnnnlea de
nesday when Ibe bearing or the
8CI8e was ugalu reuumed Padu
cab News
A Fenian Raid
1 i
The Fenians the old Irish or j
orI I
ganization which caused EII211udI I
so much trouble some years ago
tbd e
P a r rose of Invading Canada and
striking Eiiglimd a terrible blow P
urwhilst the Government Is engng 1
engagI
ed with the Boers They ore Dell I j
to be storing ammunition dyna J
mite c in Vermont and Maine f
near the Canadian line Yeurs t
ndago the organlzution wus strong a
but it has been apparently dead I t
for 20 years and it Is not belles I
od that the organization Is now J
eery strong A large IDIjiJrIU of
the IrUh lime England however
aid if the Boer war continues UieJ
coFenlaue will be able to maNN a u ui
siderable force that can onusa E
trouble In Camilla I
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Merchantsa 1
Some members of the national I I
asocial Ion of mauufaiMi rers lo f
gethet with the proprietors orI I
several large deparlinont lItor8I
ofand other iihlhnthropic citizens I
dwho
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Bm should conduct bin affiiirs for
their iiersoinil InlereHiH are try t
ing lo Yet uiuigreNN to IIUXM a tat WI
admitting large punels uf nier I
uhaiidiNt Into the niiiils ut u lowt
rule lit postage AIUDIH the a r
gnuienlM t hey ureoeiii IN the fact I 11
that in Great Rriuin the poxtage II
Itl 0 cents fur the llrst pound ulldI I
2 cents fur such adlitiniiiil pound 1
thus making an 11 pound puck t
age which Je j the limii 1ItP41 l out h 1
lit centi and then they go into
by lerlen over ilie great tWlltOlI I
unil convenience it would lit y
the tilaiii people lo huve such n I
ailTHIN of piiHUige for Hie in iicini I
SIHJI oi noir Oh risi ina prenentH I
The winder IN that they do not i
ask Uncle tutu lo urry their Into k
Mges for not lung
IL A hint to tho wise is sufficient
I will Hive you a out grist aud save you 4
uiouoy ou Yutph work and everything Il 1 i
iu my complete lino ol good Jewelry
Bon BUCK
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Enrolling Olfjr Otis
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111e Uelaocrallott + tari r llililtI
iiuiUd Hon J o 8 JBIarftiiirii lr r Ltf 1
0S Senator sad he will de c f
rlpuleii on the Jute byttho party
etf N of 83 iu t 66
trThe imuiTfl lu the Governor w
oonti t have beea lerveii + and
fuse compel committee 3 from the rt r
tMtait Bud 8 from the Hoanf oe t
rvt tkd tiylot TliinoomMltte e In
empowprfd to heir nil teeilmoiiy
reportr same tti tht Lpgig
Uiurt4 Thecoinailtifc will be en + I I
Kuged Heverftl weekw jierhapn on t
leihf the seNetnat bd thin time tria
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poiijted trrd Eleclidlt 0oleixlssias
Nrs to 611 rll tlelereNlPi b
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HOthoritv of the Governor to ap
point und the Republicans have
Hlready filed suit claiming that I Mr
Poyntz the remaining Oommia
IIstoner had forfeited his office by
accepting a free railroad pass and
denying hid authority and that of
Judge Fulton his colleague to
elect to fill vacancies The pre
autnplion is that no progress cntx
bo made until the courts decider
which is the Board or they may
proceed each party recognizing
thed
courts decide afterwards
t
eThe Bribery BombI I
Tho sensation nt Frankfort this
week was the bribery bomb ex
ploded by Senator Harrell of Lo
gas county Senator Barrel so +
far as wo have seen any publica
lion stands as a strictly honor
able and upright citizen and I
therefore ia to be believed when
he makes these charges Beside
argettf
with offering the bribe has for
yearn been notorious as the Louis
ville boss and for years charg
ed with being a political corrupt
Ion lilt Whalens reputation
therefore JosllfiPR the public fctill
further in believing the charges
ttijide by Senator Harrell The
Senator pays that Whalen offered
him 64500 t to refuse to go into
the Democratic caucus and help
defeat Qoebel J that the money
was placed in n box and deposit
ed in the I liooidvfllo Trust Com
vpaosN vault the keys being giv
en to Senator Hurrell so tlmt he
could betniyhia party The Sen
stet gave the number of the box
thed
Demooratiu cauuna Thin appears
to he n clear case of attempted
bribery and shows that an luv
corruption fund In at work and
piiHsibly was in the recent tits
tion Whalen claims to bo a
Brown DiMiiocrnt who has bqen
cooperatlnu with the republiuaiiB i
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For BARGAINS illt
Clothing t Hats Shoes
Buchananse
Closing Sale
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