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Pair & Co., the leaders of Dry Goods
trade, have received a complete line of Mid-Summer
wear, and will offer for the next
ten days Special Inducements in all Departments.
Note our prices. Come and
examine the quality.
Liriif i fast Black Hots , 60
Mcu'i lioav v Socki 5o
Yard-wide Hleach (00 lime) 5o
Mcu'i heavy 8uipender .. .1 ... ....lOo
Sample line Ladle Veit taped neck 6c; regular 10c quality.
6Uc Paraol 2tHnchcs 3Po
150Y8 ivPCO 1 ADU ttett'i ZOO
Youth 4 long X AOU vOC
Men's black Loiter CotU. .1.00
Xi Ice linen suit a i Jo
Extra erey Tricot Suits 16. Otbr want $10 lor lame.
Cml'tll WAAu OUltle Ol0
Men' wool FauU$1.25. Best line in Hartford. Bee u before buying.
Ladle fine button or lace Shoe.. .....$1.00
Men' fine Shoe, lac or congreta 1.00
Beit on earth $1.50 Men' fine Sboei.
Good grain plow Sboei..... ........... ..... ........ 1.00
liiy box calf Shoe. ..................... .11.00
Child 61ipier. ............. ... .............. oOoto l.uo
Ladio Ian Rlippen...... .. .. .oc
Ladle Black Slipper 60o
Big line laraple Bhirti at 60s on the dollar.
$1.00 fine ihirt 60
7Cc fine Hbirt 38c
60c fine Shirt "He
Fine Bilk bosom
Beautiful Pud bosom Shirt A60o
Men' work Spirit 26c; 35oand60
Latest in Bailor 35c to $2.60
Beautiful trimmed bat....'. ? $1.00 up
Pretty Flower, Cbiflbni, Ribbom, Lace. Theo good we are ciwing
ont regardleajot former price
Yard wide Perca!.. 7c 31-inch Bea Iiland Percala..9c Beautiful" wide
1'ercaU. . 121o verjr latett lor waist. 3Gincb Madras Cloth. .12c Sheer
Organdie.. 6c, 7c, 10c. White and figured Pique. ,10c. Bilk Gingham.
.33c. India Llnm..4o. Solid Organdie.. 10a Fancy Organ-,
die. .80 and lOo. We ibow more oJ these good than other combine. Viiit
ui or tend for lample.
nwi Kn.r. InwAtitMlr before bovincr. and that mean that we tell them.
wii.? tra huv riirhL We have no burdensome expene. We car
ry the bigget itock. We have the loweit price.
We want your Eggs.your ChickBns.your Feathers,
Wool and Ginseng.
HAHTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION
Fair & Co., Prop'ps.
FRIDAY, JUNB 16.
India Linen 4c to 35c
Carson & Co.
Farming implements of all kinds,
for sale by Henry Field & Son.
Ladles aeamle Hoae three pair fer
,5C Carson & Co.
Goto Weiterfield & Miller's for
frest meats, lard, bacon and chickens.
Udiea Vests, six for
Carson & Co.
SuQord for Millinery
Carson & Co.
Messrs. Sam Galuea and Perry
Cooper, Fordsvllle, were In town
Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Bean, Snlphur
Sptln'gs. visited relative In Hartford
Hon. Ben D. Rlngo attended the
Good Roads Convention at Lexington
Mrs. Martha Wlmsatt. an
christian lady of Narrows died of
Prof. A. P. Taylor, who has been In
Klrkmansville, Todd county, returned
to Hartford Sunday.
Attorneys B. P. Neal and John P.
Morton attended Eq. Taylor's court
at Cromwell Saturday.
Mr, F. J. Keller haspurchsied the
Merest of Mr. B. F. 'Morris In the
stave factory at this place.
Prof. R. G. Cox and Mr. F. O. Austin,
of Beaver Dam, were pleasant
callers at this office Wednesday,
Mr. K. L. Herring and family have
returned from Whltesvllle, where they
visited Mr. R. F. Bell and family.
A set of Chaira $1.50, Jledsteads
Jl.50 and a good Oak Dresser at $8
Carson & Co.
The fruit crop In this county Is the
smallest for several years. Only two
or three sections report any peaches
Messrs. R. R. Wedding and Jno II.
Thomas are spending a lew days at
Sulphur Springs and Narrows this
Mr. Henry Griffin and daughter,
Miss Bdna,and David Miller left Wed-
neaday on steamer Scioto for BIcks
Judge Jas. P. Miller and County
Attorney M. L Heavrlu attended the
Good Road convention at Lexington
When in need' of Smoke Stacks,
Grate Bars, Implrators, Governors,
Brass goods, etc., call on McIIenry
Manufacturing & Machine Co.,
McIIenty, Ky. f
Calico 3 tfc to 5c Carson & Co.
meets all trains at
Bring your Chickens, Bggs', Feathers
and Wool to Carson Co. ,
Mrs. A. A. May and children, Beryl
and Bllts.whohave been vial tUg Mr
May's Mrs. A. M. Bar-
nett,returned to Owcusboro last Suns
MrsGeo. Klein left Wednesday for
Blcknell, Ind., where he Is now lo
cated. We regret giving him to our
sister State, but wish him all the good
Field & Son have secured an extra
stable end now have ample room to
accommodate all their customers,
The politest attention and the best of
feed for your horses.
The towns of Rockport and Echols
have quarantined against McIIenry,
Wllllauu, Render, Taylor Mines and
all country cast of Bchols for fear of
smallpox. Guards have Rockport
and Echols surrounded.
For the Democratic State Convention
at Lonlavllle, June at, 1899, the
Illinois Central railroad -will tell
round trip ticket from Beaver Dam,
June 30 and at for this occasion lor
$4 so limited to June 34. ,
W. Fkkd Lono, Agent.
Thieves entered Ksq. A. S Aull'a
drug store at Auburn, Logan'countVi
one night last week and carried away
about $300 worth of jewelry, watches,
rator. etc Kf q. Aull was formerly
a citizen of this county and hi legion
of friends here deplore bis misfortune.
The thieves have not yet been caught.
We have Just received a carload of
Plows, Harrows, Cultivators and
Drills of the best make to be had and
are Dreparedto aaveyou money on
alt kinds of machinery. Call and see
us before buying. Aeenta lor ue
Cormick's, the King of harvesting
Henry Field & Son.
The Masonic order of Hartford haa
called in the announcement of the
picnic which wirt to have been given
at the Fair Grounds, Jnue 34th, on ac
count of smallpox being prevalent in
neighboring towns. It is the desire
of the people of the county to prevent
the spread of this disease and to this
end a rigid quarantine should be enforced
and as few public gatherings as
poaalble should be assembled,
Fiauk Culver, a traveling agent for
a Chicago picture enlarging establishment,
wss arrested nt Fordsvllle Saturday,
charged with detaining a woman
against her will. Mrs, Brook,
respectable widow ot Fordvllle,l the
party aggrieved Cnlver was arraigned
in Police Court Tuesday aad
held over to await the actio, of the
grand Jury, Culver L well known in
Hartford, having c.nvassed the town
twice in the Interest of hi Iuhmc.
"Ever? Path v
Hath a Fuddle."
Ihe puddle in the pathway
of most lives is a defective
circulation due to a. blood supply
that instead of growing
clear and strong like a mountain
brook, is stagnant and
impure. Puddles maybe purified,
however, and become
limpid streams. That is what
Hood's Sarsaparilla does with
II elariflei, purlflei and strengthen
the blood, and when tbi 1 accomplished,
the vital organ, liter, lung,
kidney, bowel, are all braced and invigorated.
It new diiappointt.
Dye pepela " Battered eTerj'&tnf; bat
death tor year with dripepila. Nothing
relieved m nntll I took Hood's
rllU and It nade and ktpt ro well. Can
tit anjthtnt I with." Mai. Kcorai
Moarnr, Hull's Mill, Danbarr. Conn.
Impure) year I inflered
with pimples on face and body. Ilood'i
Bartaparllla cured m permanently. It
also cured my father's carbuncles." Aliiit
k. ciurr, Tuiun ciiy, uau
nVr.ffiSkSriiSE: I ni.trlof
nil carina- ber ot eryslpela and ecseraa. ",
It li our family medicine, aa we all take it."
Mat. II. O, Wmmtlit, Fort Chester. N. Y.
ly l .ik.HU ttUVl allk HutJ'a aYautlla'
We sell two spools Thread 5c
Carson & Co.
All kinds ol summer Lawns, Or
gandies, Piques, at Carson 8t Co's.
Ladles Oxford Ties 50c to $2.00.
Carson & Co.
The lUrtlord Tretonlan club gave a
party at the home of Miss Georgia
Wedding laat Friday evening.
Prof. P. A. Gary will go to
to-morrow on business connected
with the colored public school
at that place.
Hon. Jess T. Cornell, candidate for
the Democratic nomination for State
Treasurer, spoke at the court house
last night. Mr. Gosnell has many
friends In Ohio county who will give
bint loyal support in the convention.
Quite crowd attended the decora
tion services at Oakwood cemetery
Tuesday alternoon by Rough River
Lodge No. 110, Knlghtaof Pythias,
Appropriate services will beheld once
each year in honor ot deceased mem
hers of the above order.
Mr. Andy Hook, brother-in-law of
Mrs. B. I. Hudson, of this place, died
at his home in New Albany, Ind.,
June 10th, ol a complication of dlsi
eases. Mr. Hook was sixty-four
years of age. He leaves a wife and
one son and a host ot friends to mourn
his loss. Mr. Hook formerly lived In
Hartford and was vell known to-the
older of this community.
Mr. Cook Bean, whole employed at
the stave factory here, met with a
painful accident Tuesday morning,
He was removing blocks from the
eauallzlner saws aud cot his teft
band caught in the saw and badly
lacerated, The second and third fing
ers of his left band tfere cut very
nearly off, and, but for the protection
of a heavy buckskin elove, would
doubtless have been entirely so. Dr.
Ford dressed his hand and he Is doing
Miss Mary Towles Sasseen, of Henderson,
candidate for the Democratic
nomination for Superintendent of
Public Instruction, spoke to a small
crowd at the court house here Tuest
day morning. Miss Sasseen said she
was a Democrat because she had sljt
ty cousins who voted that ticket.
She said she was the only candidate
fit for the job, and we are Inclined to
credit her atatcment Miss Sasseen
is a bright cultivated lady and made
a good impression on the local Democracy.
Mrs. Martha Jk Wlmsatt died at her
residence at Narrows Friday morning,
June 9th ot typhoid fever, the result of
measlea. She was 43 years of age and
the widow of Felix Wlmsatt. She
was a noble christian lady, one who
never feared to do right. In her death
the community sustains a loss that
can never be repaired this side of eternity.
She was au earnest member of
the Sunday school at Narrows', was
there every Sunday as long as she
wss able to go. The faces of the pu.
pits and officers wore a sad look last
Sunday when they reatlxed that one
of their number was to be with them
no more. She leaves two children
nearly grown and four brothers and
three sisters to mourn her departure
She was the sister of Fitzhugh and J.
B. Renfrow, of Narrows. Her re
mains were interred at Sand Rock
Hill, near Sulphur Springs, and her
funeral preached by Rev Grant Reynolds,
of Fordsvllle, Ky. May we all
strive to gain ns glorious reward as
she and know, that our loss Is her
gain. A Friend.
Prol. R. G Cox wilt give the people
of Hartford a rare musical treat
Saturday evening, June 4. Prof, Cox
Is one of the best musicians who haa
ever done work In this section ot the
State. He has one of the best trains
ed Orchestras in the country and to
him alone is due the credit for their
great proficiency. This will be a
rare treat and the people should make
use of the opportunity to hear this
great musical band.
The case against D. M. Matthews,
C. C Miller and Wm. Mitchell, mem.
ber of the board oi trustee ot the
Utile girl li jmw fat Fordsvllle Graded Common School
charged with malfeasance
and neglect oi duty while In office was
set ior ten" o'clock yesterday, at which
time the defendants, through their attorneys,
Rtngo and Glenn, filed In
Circuit Court an Injunction suit and
, mu nt. iitw in.. tb. m.irTitur j caused to be issued a restraining order
a a ..it ..il
wnicn aeiays ine mauer nniu runner
action of court. The defendant, the
County Superintendent, will file an
awer to the anlt and appear before
Circuit Court now in session at Owens
boro and ask that the restraining order
The Republicans of the Hartford
Magisterial District are hereby called
to meet in delegated convention at
Hartlord, July3, 1899, loa.m.iortbe
purpose ot nominating a candidate for
Magistrate in the Hartlord Magisterial
District. Each of the precincts com
posing said district shall meet in mass
convention at its usual voting place
on July 1st at I o'clock for the purpose
of selecting delegates to the convention
at Hartford July 3d.
The basis of representation in said
district convention shall be I vote for
cfh 35 or fraction over is votes cast
tor Bailey In 1897.
The precincts composing the district
will be entitled to the following
representation: East Hartford 6,
West Hartford 4, Beda 4, Sulphur
Springs 5, Magan 6.
John P. Morton, Ch'tn'n.
M. S. Ragland, Sec'y.
Mrs. Mary B. Rowe, wife of Thomaa
Rowe, Sr., deceased, and daughter of
John and Amelia B. Maddox, the
subject oi this sketch, was born May
10th, 1820, and was married July,
1836. She is still living and i the
mother of nine children, all Kvcd to
be grown and married, except the
youngest, who died In Infancy. The
children ate: Amelia B., deceased
wife of A. T. Williams, ot Rockport,
Ky.; Elizabeth, deceased wife of Q S.
Southard, of McIIenry, Ky.; Samuel
Rowe.ofLeltchfield.Ky.; Lewi Rowe,
of Bchols, Ky.; Paulina, deceased wife
of D, A. Maddox, deceased,of Cerslvo,
Ky.; Bernice M., wife of L. P. Downs,
of South Carrollton, Ky.; Edmund F.
Rowe, of Render. Ky., and Martha It ,
wile of George Smith, of Central City,
Ky. Aunt "Polly," as she Is familiarly
known,has had 69 grandchildren,
53 great-grandchildren and one great-
Farmers art busy harvesting their
grain. Grasshoppers are busy cutting
Quite a crowd of our youngsters attended
the Children's Day at Wash
Mr. George York went to Central
City last week in pursuit of a job of
Miss Mollle Davis attended the
Inneral at Vine Grove laat Sunday.
Mr. Louis P. Chspman went to
Caneyville last Saturday to work on
Mr. Adolphus Murphy was the
guest of Mr. Tom Taylor, near Hartford,
Mrs Jack- Crabtrte la quite sick at
Master Dudley Chapman spent Sun-day
John L. Allen made a flying trip to
Beaver Dam last Sunday evening.
Mr,. Tom Duncan and Delbert Yates,
who have been engaged In working at
Cidd's stave mill for the past year,
Have .resigned their job and goue to
Haitlord to work at the new stave
factory. Toccn Mr-Not,
tSi 1 1 iiiiii.
R G. Cox's Orchestra,
Brass Band & Soloists
A Grand Concert in Court Hall,
SATURDAY WIGHT. , 24.
This Is the Boat Company In Wostorn Kontuoky, It i
20 MUSICIANS .20
Will render some very difficult and beautiful music, artlitlo aolos ou different
InttrumenU; beautiful song by the boat singers, accompanied by the
Orchestra. The iWtviM Etprtu says ;
"Saturday night was a musical treat such as
our citizens had never enjoyed before In this city."
Mrs. Howard, on Foster, and
daughter, Myrtle, of Owenaboro, are
visiting the families ofC L Woods
ward and Isaac Foster, Jr., of this
Mrs. Berry Tichenor, of Point Pleasant,
is visiting the family of Dr. B.F.
Mrs. O B. Boskett is attending the
Summer Normal at Hartford.
Mr. Armlstead Jones, of Muhlens
buTg county, spent a few days here
Miss Dena Woodward, after spending
a term in Beaver Dam school, has
returned to her home near here.
Profs. P. II. Ross and-H. II. Davis
attended the teachers meeting at Baav
er Dam, the 3d of June, and were
pleased with their trip. They, with
other teachers are preparing to attend
another educational association to be
held at Beaver Dam the last day of
June and the first day of July.
Republicans of the precinct met
here last Monday, and delegates were
selected to attend the county conven
tion at Hartford on the 8th Inst. Bet
ter be up and doing, get your forces
readyjfor the coming election; do not
wait until time for the county ticket
to be elected and then wonder why
some of the boya are kicked out of
the trenches. Prepare now lor the
work, and let us make a sure thing ot
R. C. Jarnagln and Howard, In our
last letter it was slate, Instead of state
we asked you to take a peep at, when
our county officers are to be elected.
We want and must have sober, clean
and level headed men to fill all of our
offices, and stop this swap vote at the
Hurrah for the teachers meeting,
the Republican man lor Representative
and Senator aud the Republican party
all around. . Dixib.
Mrs. Laura Klmmel, Paradise, is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. George
Mr. Kern Retd, our new merchant,
has moved in town.
Miss Nola Ilcr, Hartlord, is visiting
Capt. P. Jones and wife are visiting
Mrs. Jones sister, in Woodland Mills,
Mrs. Dora Byers spent last week
with her mother here.
Mrs. J, H. Richardson is visiting
friends and relatives in Cadiz, Trigg
Miss Price Garrett is visiting In
Mr. Chsrles Fergerson , of this place,
moved tq Rockport Tuesday.
Taxes for State and
county are now
by the Auditor
lor collection. So
you will please settle
at once and save penalties
and cost, as
taxes MUST he paid.
S. T. Stevens,
Sheriff Ohio County.
(, 1 m -
Tune 14. As I have seen nothing
from Beda lor sometime, I will drop a
Not much sickness in our communl
ty at this writing.
Mr. Lane Sanders, near Beda, died
Thursday, June 8th, of consumption.
HU remains were laid In the family
graveyard of Mrs, Harris Newcomb to
await the Resurrection morn. He
leaves a wife and four little children
to battle with old mother earth until
God sees fit to call them away. He
was an honest christian gentleman.
His funeral was preached by Rev. J.
A. Bennett. May God'a blessings attend
the bereaved widow and orphans
There was a large congregation at
Washington Sunday, it being Children's
day. Ample provisions were
on the ground for everybody. Good
order and nice recitations, also good
music by the choir.
Our'llfels passing swlltly by,
Why should we so Idle be,
For we too must surely die.
Why is it that people seek for high
er offices, higher salaries and higher
social circles In this lift? You never
hear anything around the heaithstone
or public gatherings about living a
higher christian life, I think. One
thing is when we go to church to hear
a sermon the preacher has something
to sav about war ana politics or
money.andyoucan rarely hear a good
old-time Bible sermon. I am longing
to ace an old time revival when every.
body will lay aside prejudice, malice
and batted, and work together for the
saving of souls and to the pulling
down the strongholds of Satan,
Christians should be more Christ like
and no( worldly minded. Show to
the world that you are christians in
deed and truth, not given to worldly
luats and qnick temper, Calm and
resolute, upright In all your dealings
with your fellowmen. Let the woild
say what it may, I am for Christ,
JOHN P. WORTdN
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Special attention given to all
entrusted to bis care. Office la
"Saved Her Life."
JOIIN WALLET, of Jeffartoa,
MRS. tban whom none la more hit hly
esteemed or widely known, write.
"InlKOIbadaaoTere attack ot LaOrlppt
and at the end of four month,. In tplU of al
pby.lclau, friend, and rood nnnlnf eonld
do, my lung, heart and nerroni ey.tem were
to completely wrecked, my life was despaired
of, my friend Wins m up. 1 could
only deep by the uto ot opiate. My lunsi
and heart pained me terribly and my eouih
waa most aigraratln. I could not He In
on position but a short time and not 00 my
left side at all. My husband broubt tae
Dr. Miles' N.rrlne and Heart Cure and I
an UVtnr. them. When I had taken a half
bottle ot each I waa much better and continuing
persistently I took about a doien bottle
and waa completely restored to health to
Or. Miles' Remedies
are sold by all
lata under a posltlre
guarantee, first bottle
benefits or money refunded.
Book on disease
of the heart and
n.rTM free. Address,
DB. MILES MEDICAL 00, Elkhart, Ind.
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
The French cabinet has resigded.
Bob Fltzslmmons last fight in New
York netted him $35,000.
The temperature shot up to 103 at
Columbia, S. C, Saturday.
Striking operatives tied up the
street cars at Cleveland, Ohio.
Congressman R. P. Bland if dangerously
ill at hla home in Missouri.
Joseph Lipps killed his step-father,
George Baumeister, at Louisville
Tim Jeffries licked Bob Fltzslmmons
in the eleventh round in New York
The General association of the
Baptists of Kentucky meets in Mt.
Sterling next Saturday.
The grandstand of the Old Ken
tucky Racing-Association Is now used
as a Sunday-school room.
Au electric railroad from Calhoun
to Owensboro is interesting Daviess
and McLean county people.
A mare belonging to Jacob Harmon,
near Wlnsor. Mo., last week foa'cd
twin colts, one mule and the other a
horse colt. They are both living and
Thirty white caps went to the
home of E. A. Woodbright, a Warren
county farmer, and gave him fifty
lasnes, and Woodbrient was accused
of caicken stealing.
The celebrated French political prls
oner, Capt. Dreyfus, has been taken
from bis confinement on Devil's i-land
to the French Capital where he
will have a new trial.
"Trust sot to appearances," but
put your faith in Hood's Sarsaparilla,
which never disappoints. It Is the
best medicine money can bny.
T Care Oenstlpatleis Tor-even
Take Ouetrela Candy Calharlle. ICooMe.
It CI C. C. fall to cur., drariisu refund taoatj.
If the Dispatch can be held down,
Louisville seems In a fair way to re
turn to the Democrats. Crittenden
A Gift Of $38,000,000.
The property recently deeded to the
Leland Stanford Junior University by
Mrs. Stanford is said to be worth
$38,000,000. All of Mrs. Stanford's
vast property is expected to go to the
university at her death. Pathfinder,
Doat Toktete lelt aa Tsar lift ix.
To Quit tnbaceo ullj and foreter, be o(
aelle, full ot lite, Dtrre and Tlor, take No-To-Dm,
the wonder-worker, tost makes weak m
atronf. AU dniftlsu, lOo or II.
Dooklsl aad asmple free. Address
Sterling Hmedj Co., CMer or New York.
I m 1
Goebel will never be the Democratic
nominee for Governor. Not only
will he fall to get the gubernatorial
chair, but he will be in luck if he secures
the executive's pardon when
honest men get their dues. Dispatch.
:! Does the II
If not, something must be
' ' wrong with Its food. If th ;
! I mother's milk doesn't bow . .
. . Ish it, she needs SCOTTS
'EMULSION. It supplks the ;
! ', elements of fat requlrtxt for , ,
- - the baby. If baby is not ; ;
; ; nourished w lis aniiicui , .
. - food, then it requires ; ;
1 1 Scott's Emulsion::
' Half a teaspoonfut three '
', ', or four times a day in Ui',',
. bottle will have the &sk4
' ' effect K seems to have a ; ;
! ! maiical effect upon babkc , .
. . mhT children. A MtyM -
the truth ' '
4a9 AiU ift.iMsMlltfi.
4 1 .w W ywfrTvaj
' ' StouM Itf'awaMMr cM
trM m waetorv
1. 1, liii I
30c. or two pair for 35c, regular 35c
quality, One lot men a bleacned drill
ing drawer go at 50c a pair, worm 75c.
SHOES AND SLIPPERS.
Ladies' black slippers soc, actual
value 75c. Ladies' black or tan slips
pen, regular $1 goods, go at 75c One
lot of children's slippers, sizes 3's to
6's, rezniar 7SC quality, go at 50c
One lot, sizes s's to 8's in blacker tan,
former price Si. will close out at 79c,
One lot S's to ia's in. black or tan.
cheap at I1.35, go at Si per pair. One
lot, sizes 13 a to a's, big bargains at
$1 50, go now at $1.39. We carry a
line of men's and boya' fine shoes in
black or tan for si to S3 so per pair.
Give us a trial in. this line and we are
sure to sen you. in men s neavy
goods we will give you a good solid
shoe for Si, actual value $1.25. We
also have a lew pair of men's heavy
jr 05 quality, to go at si 40.
Our showers of bargains this month "will
discount any that we have formerly tiffertd.
and the assortment in every department' it
so complete that any taste cannot faiiitoito
suited. Below we quote a few prices of 'our;
We sell yon a good pair ladies' hose
for 5C, or six for 35c; better grade 10c,
or three for 35c. One lot ladles' black
hose 15c per pair, or two for 35c, worth
30c per pair Ladiea' ribbed vests 5c
to 35c Ladles' and gentlemen's belts
35c to 35c, worth 35c and 60c. A nice
line pufl bosom shirts in all slits go
at 50c, actual value 75c Gentlemen's
nice balbtlgan undershirts only 20c,
regular 35c goods ; better grade 35c,
worth soc. Men's drilling drawers
HATS AND CAPS.
There Is no better line canted la
Ohio county than we carry. We will
sell you a boy's nice atraw hat for ice,
worth 20c ; better grades from 35c to
joe Men's nice straw bats for 35c
regular 35c goods. Men's and boya
wool and fur hats st 35c to $4 If you
need anything In this line call and see
us. We are sure to please you.
Twelve pair boys' knee pants, sizes
6 to 15 yean, regular 35c pants, go at
25c per pair. Boys' aulU(knee pnata)
65c, worth 90c. Twenty-four boya'
aultafknee pants) $1,49, would bea
bargain at Si. 75 We can show yoa a
line at $2 56 that are great value. Iff
men's clothing we will sell yc alee
suit tor $3 75 that would be a barfaJs
at S3 50, We alio have a beautiful lfae
running from $6 to SI o. Come to see
us when you need a suit and yoa ate
sure to carry one home with yoa.
STAPLE DRY GOODS.
Good calicoes, worth 5c, still go at
4c; 4c calicoes at 3c. Nice line aprea
and dress gingham, worth anywhere
from 6c to 8c a yard, go at 5c. Bleach
cotton 4c Heavy domestic 4c per
yard or 4c by the bolt. We also have
a fine line of wash goods in Lawns,
Piques, Linens, Percales', which go at
greatly reduced figures.
So thanking you for past favors and'
trusting you will come and get some o
these bargains, we are, yours truly,
J. E. F06LE & CO. !
We want your Eggs, Feathers and Ginseng
A Bcisiness dae&iioir;
Is absolutely necessary to the young man or young woman who would win
success in life. This being conceded, it is of first importance to get your
tnining at the school that stands in the very front rank.
She Bryant & Slratlon Sasiness College,
BOOK-KEEPING, ) Seven experienced teachera. each one a specialist la
SHORTHAND, bis line. Graduates of this college preferred by
) ness homes. Write for a beautiful book giving tea-,
timoniais irom graduates occupying prominent positions all over me
United States It will be mailed to you FREE. 28
IS SPRING IS iW HEBE IT LIST
You will find us prepared with a full lind
of Dry Goods, Notions, Hats and Milliner
Goods, Shoes, Slippers, &c., which will bsl
sold at prices that defy competition. Will
give you prices next week.
We want your Poultry, Geese, Turkeys,
Wool and all kinds of country produce, for
which we will pay the highest market price.,
Yours to please,
S. LEVY & CO., Beda, Ky.
m BUHUlLr fflw.
We come in haste,notsomuch on account
of a pressing engagement with
you as from the fact that we had no
cow catcher on behind. Now that we
are bete let us remind you" of the tact
THEO. E. RECHTIH
Has on hand at the present time, the
best assortment of lumbers that can be
found anywhere While we think of
It, let us give you a few pointers on
THEO. E. RECHTIN.
He buys in large quantities and in that way can get the very lowest price.
We do not want to make It all and we are willing to divide with yon.
We want your trade and will name yoa prices on Sash, Doors, Blinds,
Flooring, Celling, Weatherboardlng, etc.,
"JPSMMP liS?'W IBS JPOCJ&WIBID."
Por the next 30 days we will make a specially low price on entire house
Plitn' thbo. de3. riHJEscixdcaasr,
Dealer in all kinds of Building Material, Cor. 7th & JnglcKvanavllle, Ind.
Agent for too Bel rM.nl riftaten, a.a lor Catalefw.
"We Have Mot the Enemy andJThoy Are
Ours" High Prices, Hard
Labor and trouble.
We have come to the Farmer'a Kescue with Prices rent la twain with
the determination that he shall not endure hard labor If be will only buy
our Latest Improved Riding Plows, Disc Harrows and Caltlvator.
Neither (ball he be troubled aad worried with brajaklag and lost) of time.
Farmer, before buying elsewhere, cosae aad esanUne our large stock
of Implements of every descrlptfon. PteWi. Cultivators, Harrow; DrJIta,
Wagons, &c &c. , , . .
Prices Next to the Last Thing Considered.
Tfrilli&ms & Williams.
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