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After Six Years o! Intense
Slate Librarian Mies Paul Deane
Jno. C. Wood, chairman; J. F,
Dempsey, H. S. Irwin. Secretary-Samuel
Senators Hon. William C. Lind
Bay, Hon. W. J. Deboe.
Representative Fourth District
Hon. 1). H. Smith.
Representative Ohio County Hon
R. C. Jarnagw.
Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge OwenB
Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney
T. H. Black, Jailer -Hartford.
S A. Anderson, Clerk Hartford.
Rowan Holbrook, Master
G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund
8. T. Stevens. Sheriff Hartford.
Deputies D. M. Hocker, T. H. Ben-ton,
R. B. Martin and W. H. Tinsley.
Court convenes first Monday in
March and August aud continues three
weeks, and third Monday in May aim
November two weeks.
Jas. P. Miller, Judge HarMord.
M. S. Ragland.Clerk Hartford.
M. L, Heavrin, Attorney-Hartford.
Court convenes first Monday in
Begins on the flecond Monday in
COURT OF CLAIMS.
Convenes first Monday in January,
and Tuesday after tho second Monday
OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS.
V M xloy, Surveyor.
J. D Royal, Assessor.
Fon Rogers, School Supt,
.. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur
T. A. Evans Court will be held
at Fordsville on March 1st, June 1st,
Si oterabcr 1st and Decoinhar 18th.
II. F. Giiavi.s Court will ho held
at 3utord on March 30, June 29,Sep
te iher 28 an 1 December 21.
S. J. Wem Kit Court w It bo held
at Sulphur Spi logs on March 28, June
27, September 20 and Dei ember 23.
I B. Taylor Court w 11 be held
at Cromwell on March 4 Juno 10,
S Member 2 and December 0.
V. A. Kom. Court nil" he hold at
Ci nlertown on February 1!1, May 29,
A iguet28aud November 1,
'rt s ton Morton Post No 4. G. A.
K hold their tegular meeting Satur-dm
before the firyt Sunday in each
m nth in Coutt Hall at 1 o'clock p
m W A. Carson, Com.
John C, Chamberlain, Ajt.
I &nrUKink I
?5l Will straighten Curly and
pj Kinkv lulr without Injury to
rfj the or hair.
51 Price. 50c er Box.
H3 .indorsed by the United States
m Health Department.
IS DARRAGIIfc RICH, NEW Y0BK.H.Y.
TO $oU Manufacture. Satuma Wanttd, ftv
-i nrtgtitarrtp for particular! 23 J
Our Ice returned It we fill. Any one
and description o( any luventlon will
receive our opinion free
firomptly of ume. "How to OMalu a
l'ateut" nt upon request. I'atcuts secured
through ua advertised (or sale at our espense
I'alcuU taken out through us receive iptcial
no'ire,wllhoutcbarge, in Tub I'atkmt Xacoan,
an llluitratcd aud widely circulated journal,
consulted by Manufacturera aud Investors.
bcud (or aample copy fHlt, Addicu,
VICTOR l, EVANS & CO.
U "stent .tlornc,)
Ivan Building, WASHIHQTON, D, C,
That Imhw Itark ran tx rureit with
pr MlUM'NLUVtil'LAbTEU. OulSJc.
Obstinato Boroi nnd ulcers which
rpfuso to hoal under ordinary treat-
Suffering, Promptly Cured
nil C 0 0 on tiro circulation in in n depraved condition. Tlioy
Djf Oi Oi Oi nro n, sovcro ilniin upon tho system, and nro constantly
Bftppinff away tho vitality. In ovory caso tho poison must
bo eliminated from tho blood, und no amount of external troatmcut
can havo any efioct.
Thoro is no uncertainty about tho merits of S. S 3.
mudo for it is backed up stroncly by convincing
tostimojiy of thoso who havo been curod by it
and kn of its virtues by oxporionco.
Mr. L. J. Clark, of OrangoCourthouso.Vn., writes:
" For six rears I had nn obstinato, running ulcer on my
ankle, which at times caused mo Intense suffering I wan
so disabled for n lone while that I was wholly unlit for
business. One of the belt doctors treated me constantly
but did me no Rood. I then tried various blood remedies,
without tho least benefit. 8 8 8 was so highly rocom
mended that I concluded to try it, and tho effect wan
wonderful It Boemed to get right nt tho seat of tho
diseaso and forco the poison out, and I was soon com
pletely cured, twins apocinc
I 55. S. 53. FOP TH BLOOD
mm m a - - w m -
drives out. ovory traco of impurity in tho blood, nnd in this way
cures permanently tho most obstinato, drop-seated fioio or ulcer. It
is tho only blood remedy guiirnntood purely vegetable, anil contains
not a particloof potash, meicury. oi other mineial. S. S S
cuTlw Contagious Blood Poison, Scrofula, Cancer, Catarrh. Eczema,
Jthoumatism, Sores, Ulcors, Boils, or any olhui blood troublo. lnsis
upon S. S. S. ; nothing can tako its place
Valuablo books mailed freo by SwiftSpoeilio Company, Atlanta, Go.
Governor William O. Bradley.
Lieut. Governor V. J.
Secretaryof State Charles Fiuley.
Attorney General W. S. Taylor.
Auditor Samuel H. Stone.
Treasurer Ge'o. Long.
Commissioner of Agriculture, Horticulture
nnd Statistics Lucas
Register Land Office Uhas. 0,
D. W. Comiugore.
Adjutant General D. R. Collier,
S .".Smith Premier
and Billing Machine.
An Ever Ready,...
Time and Labor Satin; Device
...(or Premier Usert.
A LADIES' MAQAZINE.
A rm, brsutiful colored pUuttUWM
Uiluoru making er inutnift lancy
tiu nt id n ! n
; cnbaj io day 1 r cn4 jc I irli
;- Lady Knl wanted bend lor
tS l'erfeci Pitting I'aper Pattern.
- AVA W .
n, tic ;
t StjrlUb, Reliable, Simple, Up-to. 5
S date, Kcmomical and Absolutely
5lmpli(lea Bill Making and writing
figures si different denominations In
It In no way Interferes with ths
typewriter (or usual line o( work.
asa roa Diaenimvc
Tlie Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
215 5th St. Louisville, Ky
BEST AND MOST POPULAR n()UTC TO
Memphis, New Orleans
M A I.I. I'OI.NTN IV
imiAMtAn. ti:vs. ui:xuu ami
Gas Lighted Vestibuled Trnins with
Cafe Cars, Pullman Sleepers and Free
Reclining Cbnir Cars to Memphis and
Pullman Tourist Car leaves Louisville
every Thursday night, and runs
through to Calilornia via New Orleans
and the South Pacific Sunset Route.
Double berth rate from Louisville to
San Francisco only SO. 50; proportionately
low rates to intermediate
Tho Truo Winter Houto to
Calilornia. No Blizzards,
Cold Woathor Snow
For particulars write to J. R.
Traveling Passenger Agent for
C. R. R , Louisville, Ky. Also ask
him to send you a copy of the Southern
Home Seekers' Guide, which is replete
with interesting information
concerning the Southern territory. It
will be mailed to you free.
On the first and third Tuesdays ot
each month Home Seekers' tickets are
sold to Southern and Southwestern
pointd at Special Low Rates, good to
return within twentytoue da8 trow
date of ealo. Liberal Mopover arrangements.
A. H. HANSON, G. P. A.,
W. A. Kelloud, A. G. P. A.,
CI 8 ft Pi and Whiskey ratlts
5 H D tiXi cured al noma wiili
9 VI EftMH out patQ Book of .Ar
e gV'J iicuWm ami rniip
BOZS2V3SZ1 OR UH WJOXlliTo.
... , . ... iiiSna IftJ Unrlh Pr.ni Bl
II A FREE PATTERN
;- (jour own ftelectiou) to ecry tub- 5
:; hcrlbcr, Oal u ccaU a year 3;
2aa lMASiaM.allaiaBIanatlaaai V '
S- Only ! and 1 ctt etch none higher ?t
Z Ailt for ihtn Sold In ntarly every city
g 4a4 io n e by mat) from S
3 THG McCALL CO..
138-148 Witt 14th St., Niw York, g
Wanted-An Idea VTbo ct
aom at w pi
Protact your ldaij thar mar bring you vraaltb.
Writ JOHN WkbDEltliUHN ft CO., I' tent At tor.
aya. Waibtog ton, I). o for tbtlr I 8uu prU offw
q1 liatbr twoluuulra4ia.Mttlooa m&u1
many tboutuiit r4
rahml In tea
aja at Iwul nf ml NTiuplnm renkor
t rnt m mau niH TII DAYS n i,tin nlfrra
U U II hii K AlUma (I.
K.llktila n.iiujii uf ft tnchftnlf al or Invaullra mlnil
drilrlaaatrlptotha 1'arla FllMialtfuu, irlltisogj
taiary aoi rirnirt paid, inoma wma
Ilia VAltMT 1U.'OOHO, iiolUmgrc, Mil.
FRIDAY, DUCBMBKR 8
The twentieth-century Afiicaprom
Ises startling contrasts when compir
ed with the Alrlca of the nineteenth
century. With an area of 150,000,000
a soil and climate capable of infinite
variety of production, n rapidly ex
panding commerce, and the greatest
known supplies of ivory, gold, and
diamonds, its developmett under the
modern methods which are now belnR
applied to it is practically assured
riie home ot the clvlllzitinn, it
is the last of the continents to j leld tc
,he touch of t'.ic nest civilizition
tint enveloped in the dark
ness of 111) utt ry without nnd Ignorance
within, it in to drf) illttmiiiHter1
tjy the lit of modem meth
od; and b its Importance oti'1 attMC
ttons are htiiiK recognized, with
mutt c 'me developtuent
With two million European beitkreH
iver its vast area, Acquainting the m
selves with its natural conditions ann
requirements, with the Keuner, tht
railroad, the telegraph, nnd the tele
phone carrjing light and knowledge
and civilisation to its darUrst corners
Aliica cannot long remain itnLuowii
It was only alter the explorers
Livingston, Speke, Stanley, aud oth
ers had discovered, through persist
ent and heroic tlTnts.tliHt thererxist
ed vast navigable waterwajsabove the
talis near the mouths ot the great
streams which flow Irom the interior,
that European nations awole to the
physical and commercial possibilities
of Africa ; and then, in a twinkling,
the Dark Continent was seized upon
and divided up, and became, as by
magic, a vast European ''hinterland "
Between 1SS4 and 1S9S an area two
and a half times the size of the United
States, and containing a population
of 100,000,000, was parcelled out by
an agreement ot the European powers
At present scarcely a foot of African
territory remains unclaimed "Alrica:
Present and Future," by O P. Austin
in the December Forum,
A Gift to Glvo.
It is often difficult to decide what to
get your friends for holiday gifts
Here is a suggestion:
Good morning, Jennie, I have
brought yon a nice present," said
Gertrude, as she handed her friend a
neatly wrapped package.
The pale, weary looking girl, who
was slowly recovering from severe illness,
opened the bundle and held up
a large bottle of clear, rich medicine
"Hood's Sarsapirilla!" she ex
claimed, "I have been reading about
it today and wished I had a battle "
On New Yeat's Day Jennie was able
to be out on the street, and to her
friends who remarked hew well she
was looking she simply said, "Hood s
Sarsaparilla," and every one of them
knew it was this great medicine that
bad given back her health.
"Billy, there are more than 8 000
women farmers In the United States."
"Is that so? Well, I'm going to
make my wife get a hen, or a cow, and
take care ol me." Indianapolis Jour
Tho Sick Mado Woll.
Have you any pain, orache.or weak,
ness? Does your blood show that it
contains impurities? Areyon nervous?
Do you lack snap ana activity oi mind
body? Are you easily tired? Have you
lost ambition? Is there any unnatural
drain upon your system? Is every or
gan performing Its proper lunctlonr
In other words : Are you a perfectly
strong, active, vigorous, healthy, hap
py man or woman? II not, you should
not delay one day before you consult
J. Newton Hathaway, M. D.,
tf 309 Church St., Nashville, Tenn
Tho Biggest British Army Evor
It has been officially stated that
General Sir Red vera Duller, V. C.will
have under his command during the
present war in the Transvaal no lewer
than 70,000 British troops. This, says
Pearson's Weekly, is probably the
largest number of men ever placed at
one time under the supreme control
oi one leader, viewing the fighting
strength ol the British army
in the great warsol comparative
ly modarn times.
At Waterloo the Duke of Wellington
had just fewer than 24,000 British
troops under his command, while Lord
Raglan, in the Crimea, never had
more at one time than 26,000 British
ers righting under him. In the Indian
mutiny Lord Clyde (then Sir Colin
Campbell) had but 40,000 troops, with
whose assistance and the help ot that
portion oi the Indian army which remained
faithlul to its allegiance, he
was enabled to quell the most serious
outbreak of modern times,
Going a little further back, to the
time ol the great and prolonged Pen
insula war. Wellington thought he
was a fortunate rcan if lie could direct
an Mtuy corps of 30,000 British troops,
while the great Marlborough, at Blenheim,
led to victory, and against (ear
lul odds, an army of 1 6, 000 stroug.
Lord Wolseley was expected, In the
Egyptian war ol 1855, to scatter the
forces of the Mahdl, a very considers
able force, consisting of pyrr jjo 000
Arabs, and tn assume the practical
llctitorslilp 1 1 the Soudan, with a
British lorce of only 30 000 men, while
Lord "Bobs," nathehemiil Cmlhar
is plalul called, that is to sa), Lord
Roberts, could rcty on no mote than
13 000 European troops to oppose the
forces of the then turbulent Aineer of
AlgHhistan.in the Afghan wnrrl 1878
Sir Ridvtro Puller Is therefore an ex
crtdingly fortunate nun In finding
hlitifell at the bend ol n filthtlnnrnn
whose numbers rxcctd by 46 1.00 the
total allltd lurriH which Wellington
commanded at Water ho
An editor prints tils ptper t civ
his petmna the rews ot the day an
for the money there In tn It He
to know of wln.t he writes
rnd he generally 1 res When he
write Bhe doe In the Lenrli r Courier
Oceoln Mill, Pa., vithout fee or hope
ot reward, th t "Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy ects magically, and we have
found none better in our houceholrl
If you, have a coueh, try It," it may
he ncceprd as an honrst expression
vorthv ct credence For sale by Z
Wayne Griffin & Bro 111
Ingorsoil and Immortality.
The comments ci the press on the
lentil of Robert G Ingersoll lurnish
in interesting evidence ot the change
f attitude in regard to religious opinions
If Ingersoll hnd died a few years
go his memory would have been bit
terly assailed, and he would have been
held up in many quarters as an ex
of depravity and unpardonabl
irreverence Now, however, his death
is recorded either without comment or
with praise for his qualities as a man
You seldom find him labeled even as
in artist. As ft matter of fact, and as
every one knows who followed his
utterances, Ingersoll was not an atheist.
He had no belief, in the orthodox
sense of the word, but he did not deny
the possibility ot the existence ot a
state bejond the grave. He was a
perfect illustration of the mean-
ing uf that much m sunderstooi
term agnostic. The respect with
which his memory is treated by good
Christians gives an example of Chris
tlan charity which cannot fall to impress
those people who fol owed Ins
gersoll's teachings. It should be noticed
here that the growth of Chris
tlan charity in this country in recent
jears has been accompanied by a decided
falling off in the attacks on religion.
In lact, there are almost no
professional atheists among us now.
We may be said to be divided into
groups, consisting of those who be
lieve, and the attitude of each group
toward the other is one of patient tol
tr.ition. But at last the sand in the
hour-glass of time must run down, of
the Christian and the heathen alike,
and it is left to a Higher Power to decide
whether a man was good or bad
My son has been troubled for years
with chronic diarrhoea. Sometime
igo I persuaded him to take come ot
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di
irrhoea Remedy. After using two
bottles of the 25 cent size he was
cured. I give this testimonial, bop
mar some one similarly afflicted may
read it and be benehted. Thomas C
Bower, Glencoe, O. For sale by Z
Wayne Griffin & Bro. m
Honolulu, H. I.
November 9, 1899, Headquarters,
31st Infantry, TJ. S V., out on the
I have been on the sea for several
days and will say we have had a hard
time. We all got sea sick the first
day, so we were glad to site the little
town of Honolulu. But when I went
ashore, the Island was in motion and
I could hardly stand up. We will
leave here in a few days and I hope
will fare better on the remainder of
our trip, so it will not be long until
we will get to deal with the negroes.
I think when they find out that the
Thirty-first has reached the Islands
they will throw up the white fiag.
So hoping that good luck will bring
me back to old Kentucky. I am truly,
Charles L. Wedding,
Co. C3ist, TT. S V.,
Honolulu, H. I
Treats All Dissases.
Ills Method IitTarlabljr Cures All
Catarrhal, Bronchial, hung, Stomach,
Lit er. and Other Complaints,
as Welt as All Diseases
and Weaknesses of Women.
In Dr. Ilatliawoy's most
extcnslio practice, cot
erlDg a period o( more
than 'JO) ears, ho lias been
called ujion to treat all
manner of disea.es of
men and women and
along tho whole lino of
human ailments Jio has
Dr. llathaway's method
of treatment gets
directly at the seat of
at Vli j lo"e P the wtio'o systom and
the wood. neUrl4uI( um polwnj which
produce tho diseased conditions.
All nias..a . YPatlr "9 restores to perfect
,iealth nouuna, 0, iuncrers
Treated. (rom Catarrh, lironchltls. Asthma,
Hay Fever, lung Complaints, tUomach,
Mrcr and Kidney Diseases, Piles, Tumors,
Eczema and alt manner of skin affections.
m , Dr Ilatlianny also treats with
VV7 ,m Itrcaiesr success all those
women many distressing weaknesses and
diseases by which so many women aroaftllcted
riacr..i I)r llathaway's otllces are tilted
,",i" with all tho latost electrical and
nppuaneet. other appliances, In tho use of
Khlch, as welt at the microscope he lias world
nldofameas an etpert. All of tho medlclnos
tiied by Vt Hathaway aro compounded In his
on 11 laboratories, under hit person il direction,
nnl clal remedies aro prepared for each Ui
dltldual caso according to Its requirements.
mtnaiin ,)r Hthanay has pmored a
ililcli he sends freo nu nppili atlon No I, for
Mm T o.S, for Women, No r.forMk'n Diseases,
So. 4, for Catarrhal Dlseuscmi No, . for KUnej t
Consultation for consultation at cither his
Freo. office or liy malt
J, SOWTON HATHAWAY, M. D.
lr, llullniwur & Ci,.,
aooClmrrli Street, N..hrlllo, Teou.
Ml NT:uyTIIIl'ArrllW'UI'f WHITIMO.
to forsTsat .our ft(. AaPnvsi
feinlr removei every ooro
every time without pels or
harm, fiolJ by all dnjiguta,
or mailed rr i cent Li,
CHANT CHICMIGAL CO
tlUOClitrrr Ml., I'IiIIh.
' '- j , at. . . . rft. UamafsatataaMaHlsaV
Mailed free for 12 lion head cut from
Uon Cortee wrappara and Kent a tamp.
An unutuallr flno picture, from the bruri
ot the noted German artist, Gabriel Max.
It Is founded on rhamitio'a poem, "The
Uoa'l Bride " The story Is Interesting,
and we send with each picture a
folder, containing copy ot the poem
and telling all about it. SUe, 13iM laches.
Dorothy and Her Friends."
For 6 lion heads
and a 2C stamp.
A bright, cheery
colors aro rkh mla
and greens. Size,
For 10 lion heads
and 2 cent sump wo
wul mail it tinned,
ready for tuu stag.
jg Used in Millions of Homes! fj!
j9 Accept no substitute Wm
m Insist on LION COFFEE, In 1 lb. pkgs. Mm H
ihII 3 VKMiitey
IBtAka VrJlsy's lit 'J mr
finish, and set
In the center.
ThU win te
welcomed tor "dressed ;" occaalonibr
the ladles who Ilka to wear different
colored sashea. The goes wall
with any of them Olven for 30 Ilea
bcade and 2tnt stamp.
Made of good
quality lawn, with
and tucks t broad
hem at bottom, and
is neatly gathered
at waist; a Terr
superior and stylish
article. 61m, MX 19
heads and a
Eire, I&C4 Inches. Olren (or 8 lloa
heads and a atamp.
50-Foot Clothes Line.
Olven for 13
lion hcada and
a 2nt atarap.
Wader I closely
threads, strong, and will gtte tho best of
Has opened up a General Store, the only
one 111 town. Call an eximine my
goods and get prices before buying
elsewhere. It will bo to your interest
to do so. This town goes without "
saying, with tho country people, to
be tho highest town in the county,
But he that Says so,
As long as I am in business
here, will misrepresent the town.
By tho help of the peoplo I oxpect
to sell goods as cheap as tho cheapest.
Counlry produce taken at
tho highest market price in
I3C J&JEl. TFORD, 3ES.',Str.
A P3T AND IUSY Riniv IN TUP, MOST COMPORTAPLK
VUIUCLKS YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITUD,
tlisua pages tbo
. THO ABOVf! ARC ONLY A PEW OP Tim UON COFFEE PREMIUMS. Another list wlU
shortly eppesr In this paper I Don't mlu III The grandeet list ol premiums ever olkrcd I
You always know UON COFFEE by the wrapper. II la a sealed pack,
age, withthollon'elieadlnlront. It Is absolutely purelf the package
la unbroken. UON COFFEE la roasted the day It leaves the factory.
CATARRH CAN BE CURED.
MURDOCH'S CATARRH CURE.
IT GOES TO EVERY PART.
SURE. SAFE AND PLEASANT.
For years has the medical fraternity sought a reliable and sure cure for Ca
tarrh. In this endeavor many hundreds of nostrums have been ottered to a
audetlnp public.and the health of thousands have been completely ruined by
taking them, these various compounds causing the worst forms of Dyspepsia
Sprays and ointments are also worthless, as it Is impossible to reach the affected
parts in this manner.
MUKDOCrC'S CATARRH CURB is a new and scientific preparation and Is
to be smoked in a pipe, thereby the iumes and smoke going over the entire
system uOected by the disease It relieves instantly the worst forms ot Asthma,
Bronchitis, Hay Fever, Colds in the Head and all forms of Catarrh, no
mutter what shape, and cures when treatment is continued for teasonable
time. No matter how little you are affected, don't delay treatment. Catarrh
comes olten from simple colds. Like all new and valuable preparations you
will find others saying theirs Are just as good. Deware ol Imitations, as they
are worthless. BQTWB ONLY ASK A TRIAL TO CONVINCE. Mailed to
any address, prepaid, on receipt oi price.
Put up in tin boxes, $1.00 per MURDOCH CURE CO.,
box ; treatment for 30 days ty Atlanta, a.
tgj These articles mailed FREE la
S exchange for lion heads cut from
? front of i lb. I, JON COFFEE pkgs. ;
trf dold Collar Button. f J
l MalUd Inaa lor S lion haada cut from Uon tFt t
Hb Cotlaa wrappara ana a 2-cant atarap. Made .jilll J 11
Tt; o( rolled imld ami with mother-of peart jgr I v t
.) Ucki aultabla allko for ladlca andnnUv rV,
WjJ men. ThU thar It handy and popular. x4
TW bit Daisy Neck-Pin.
m Genuine Hard-Enamel
SBo fcQ Poe ISIIonlidaaiMl
T r aump. Tho
kflj Illustration actual tlic
'fl Color a dcllcato pink, with jcwtlacttln
"Z and nold trlmmlnn. ilou auamol flnlth.
KJ it jIUh and durauo.
Hfci it Tho I lonU nrldo."
trace the pictures beneath, thus affording
enjoyment, as well aa Instruction to the
hand and eye. 1 hese drawing hooka and
uie uox oi crayons go Terr well trgctner
There are .It dlilerent kinds, and each
drawing boob requires 6 lion beads and a
Naval Box Kite.
See It Ply I
kite now so
be spread to
nailed free for 40 lion heads cut from
Uon Coffee wrapperaand a aump.
Best Coffee for the Money!
Try LION COFFEE nnd you will never use
any other. It is absolutely pure
Colfee and nothing; but Coffee.
bm fir' "I
STRENGTH, PURITY AHD FLAVOR f.
Box ol Colored Crayons.
ausd a 2e. stamp.
line pictures for
crayon Is wrapped
with strong rr,
to pretenl break-
Child's Drawing: Book.
ef nice outline
nto bnok form
with sheeu of
tlaf ua nencr bo.
Smt by aiprtot, pnpald, for M Hon rwada and
3ant alaaan. W hn nhl.tln. llhr ilfvh.
ilcaie name journnrai Eipma II there
vaivcaa uun Hicawu la jour UIWB.
i n .
length, fire Inches, suitable for entUng.
trimming and general household use.
OUoa sorl2Ua beadaanda 2. atamp.
Olven for 39 lion beada and a 2-eat
stamB. a flrsKlaas razor, made of beat
English steel, and extra Iwl low -ground.
Rubber Dressing; Comb.
Per 10 Uon hcada and a atamp.
Length, 7 Inches, full sire and weight.
Made of genuine India rubier, finely
finished Appropriate for a lads dressing-case
or for um In the bouxhold.
Btmllar to Tar.
cheat," which baa
been layed In eastern
before the ilewnot
history The Illustration
of the game, with
us ua I cou n ters, d Ice
rame which reonle
nerer tire of playing (liven for 20 lloa
heads and a 2ent stamp.
Every time you buy a pound package of LION COFFEE you have bought something else, too.
Don't overlook it I You have bought a certain portion of some article to
be selected by you from our new Premium Lists I
Whea wrlUnf lor premlunn mhJ your letter In th mhi en retort ec
picksf wtth the Won heaJs. II more than 1 3 lion ho. ! tent, you cad
avo poUk by trimming down Um oursin Atk your (rocer for Urf
IHueLrmted yrcnlam IUL AJtlrce. all letter) to Um
WOOLSON SPfCE CO., Toledo, Ohfe.
The word "cheap" ha two meanings, it may mean "cheap" quality, or
"cheap" prke When I use the word it applies to the price. That's not
egiitisra it'a businrss. I've built up the biggest shingle business in this
section ol the country just by sticking to
Highest Grades and Lowest Prices.
And I could not have done that 11 I had used the word "cheap" carelessly.
Of course I sell some !owgrade shingles, but even on them, the price Is
"cheap," same as on the higher grades.
HBR.E .fLS THE
Common grades, dimension Cypress Shingles $1 75 per 1,000.
No. r Yellow Poplar Shingles $2 10 per 1,000.
Best Star A Star White Cedar Shingles $1 85 per 1,000.
Dest Red Cedar Shingles $3 10 per 1,000.
Grade for gmde, these prices cannot be equalled. My Cedar Shingles, I
guarantee nit to crack, warp, or curl up at the butta. When put on roof,
tbry lay flat, and stay that way. They make the best roof. When you want
any amoqnt ol any kind ol shingles and want them at the lowest prices, call
and see me about It. Write li you can't call.
Tlieo. 3E3. "FLGOlCLtlXX.
DK4I,ER IN A I.I. IJINim
EVANSVILLE, IND. -
Louisville to St.
Arrive St Louis
HENDEHSON & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY COMPANY
Stunts .nd Biter. Ticket Office. 222 Fourth treniie.
Louis & West. St. Louis to Louisville & East
Leave St Louls
No 41 No 43
Leave LottUvillo . , . . 7 37a m 4:5op m
" Ilawekville, , , . 10:431 ra 8:o4p m
Owensboro. . . 11 :411am 9:05pm
" Henderson. , , , l2!45p in losiup m
Arrive Uvrnaville , , , 1:150 m 10:40pm
Leave Itvainvtllc ,
" llondrrKfin ,
UVANSVILI.I, TO LoUisVII.LK.
Mn. 42 No. 44
. 6 51UI m 2!20p 111
. 7.151 111 2:4611 111
8.181 lit 3:44pm
. 9171 nt 4:4op m
14 ,en 111 1 A en tn
All tratria r,n thr.tltvtl urillrt ,, ffiruM.utlt Ttirntlt.li lj,tn.
man S!u.'prii on all trilns to 'Ivn.ivllle and Ft Iiuls. Nutu
connect at Irvlijjtnn fr I'onlvlll Xt Hnrdlnshttri: daily,
41 and 4 2
dS ssicsdei.s! A Easiness Sdcieaiion
Is tlxnlu'rlv nereisiry to the young man or young woman who would win
urH In ll'e This being cnncHed it la of firt importance to get your
training nt 'lie hcIiooI tint tandH in the very front rantc.
TnE BilYANr&STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE,
nOOK Kfiltl'INO Rrven tochers, each one a specialist in
SMO'rilN') hi line Orartiute' ol this college preferred by busi.
TBI.UQRAPHY nem housra Write for a beautiful book plvlng
Hmmil.N (rom cradualea rwruptlng prominent positions all over the
Ualled States it will be mailed I you I'RUIJ, 28