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Get in . ' ;
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To suit you
Hall and Reception
Are the rage now
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SEE THE POINT?
AN ELECTRIC HELMET.
las'.in.il Irrateil Willi ,'s.trlu4 fur
Mmklir Up li Ural ..
Ttu oinp.ouiiont of vibrutlons of
rurylni; frvi'ii'uoy hit bocom
Uh II vilmitiW llicrlijK'Utic us this
Irmtiuuiit t a locnl unmitliohlii su
prnnomiM to VoiIiUt the patient
liuunsiblu to tlio prioV of a nee lie.
I'liiit thU In not contliml to
tho U promt by Ibu pilules,
lentnl operations tlmt lmvo boon
muter its iiillucnoA M J 1'.
with liieel!ctrlcTixliHupiin which
Involved the prlnclpil of iiieeh illicit!
vibration, he was able to produce, looal
auiutthekta by upptyliij? the button of
tho apparatus to the gum linli uy up
the moU of thb tooth anil to perform
ono of the mott painful of ilental opera
tions thai of cstractliii? tho llve,nerves
from the tcetli without tlie pltlent
feellnir any pstn
'Die prlnclplo hat lcen further np
piled by Prof. Charcot In Purl. Kind-In
that mechanical vibration hid u
tnnrked client in soothing tho neries,
Prof. Charcot constructed a now liehnn
for the tiiiiismlsloii of vibration U tiie
head This device an nucieut -helmet,
and Is mule of sheets of steel,
which permit the top of tho lio.ul to
be thoroughly Inclosed Muuiitul
upon this hnliuet Is a small, uUerniilliij?
current motor mnkliiK about HJO revoliv
lions per minute. At ouch revolution a
uniform vibration Is transmitted lsue
talllo spring iusldu the helmet, and Is
thus com mm ten ted to tho skull, aifnlnst
which they are pressed.
The walls of tho skull am thus vibrated
in their entirety, anil these
naturally are transmitted to
the cerebral structure. Tho number
and Inteuslly of tho 1 Ibrotloim oun bo
varied according to the pitlent treated,
and tho sensation Is suid not to 1J disagreeable,
espoelnlly as the muobiue
produces a rumbtliu sound which contributes
o benumb tho locality At thu
and of soiue minutes tho pitlent uxper;
leiicet cue.rul lassitude und inclIiiHtlqnj
to rcposo, and tho tinmodlateeffe t lij to
throw nervous people aiul those a filleted,
wl(h Insomnia Intq i pcueoful a,nd. rf
The ylbratliiK liolmot lps aho lieci
(qi)n4 efljeacious li cases of clifonlo
hcdacle, imd is said to, havo boon ap
piled Hh grca,t1onotll In a larRo
nf cases qf nourasthcnla and sliullar
diseases, Mochanlcnl vibration hint been
(Hpd ho. sncccssfylly In many other
iiranr hen of tberupcutlcs that it l Ukly
ci im inatlo Vho subject of spine reipurk.
able special applications In this
llrvlnr Uf) r.r uh 1.1l aflq i,
",Vo, sr." said WUllo WusUliiRton, "I
4on't IralleYo In all these old sayings,
don't you know, l'or lustacj), I
thought Harrison would bo elected,"
"lld you? ' ,
"V-a-a-s. Uut tliey say tho
ahvay liapens, 80 I took It
fob irwulltod that sonmbody else would
"V-a-a-a. Th only way I can en-plain
It U that I was oxpectluff tho un-expected
and that tlicufoh tho
ted becamo thu expected, and If tb
unexpected was the expected, the expected
was tho unexpected, and thoafoh
xroat beavtml Waltort get me a
cab. "Washington Htar.
first Coin rir.t NsrvsO.
Miss lllacU Look Mister elderberry
Johnslng, how you cum to git
dat name 'Kldeiborry?' Dat'i ilch a
Mr. Jolinting Law, Miss Lily, ain't
you never heahed about dat? My
and iiio'h IwIiih. Doy dona called
him II Try, mill din' called uio
'cue I wus buriii'd fust YaU'
Vu ! tiMli'i'sH ullierii M igaxluo.
This remedy Ih booomliiK so well
member of family from the
tamii and bo ,opulr ns too neod uc - h lEl Vee w.ui,l
spoc In nuntiou, All who lmvo usoOTti,, 1A inMoaU "Call Spot." Th. dog
J'.iucinu miiurs hiuk wiu niium nuiiy ui
nrnlso. A nuror modlcluo doos not
exist uud Ih RUnrantood to do all that
Is clnluwl. Kloctrlo Hitters will euro
nil dlsoasos of tho Liver uud Kldnoys,
will romovo Pimples, Hoils. Suit
Itliuuin an othor nlloctioua caused by
impuro blood. Will drive Malaria
from tho system and prevent as well
ns euro anil Malarial overs. -For euro
otiioadache Constipation and Indication
try Electriu Uittois
watlslactiou Kuarautemi, or mouoy refunded
Prfco bXk), and $1.00 per bot
tlo at II. 0. Hurd wick's Dnif utoro.
HER DACKWOODS OEAU.
Ills lulnlls Hit Kicellsut, ksl
lMUUHf l'sll.d llllll.
"When I was n young womnn," saiil
the wlfo of a Now York
lawyer, "I lived In a county town In
Pennsylvania, Llko that of many othor
country glrln, tho height of my ambition
was to tench 11 district school. I passed
my oxamlu.itlon boforotho rural school
board, and was astlgncd to a backwoods
district, whoro I had to follow tho time-honored
custom of 'boarding round.' I
was rather a sentimental girl, I think,
and, after I had been teaching n fow
weeks In tho district, I was by no moans
displeased to dlscovor that ono of tho
rustic swains of that neighborhood,
a good-looking, wholosomo
young follow, was Incllnod to 'pay attention'
to tno. Ho was looked upon by
all tho backwoods girl ns a
great catch, and my natural feminine
Tnulty was In no manner mado less by
tho knowlodgo that all the girls were
jealous of mo, although tho young man
had as jet given no poiltlvo indication
of his preferunca for me. Ono evening
ho called at tho farm house whore I
was then quartered, and It was not
until tho family had one by ono retired,
leaving ma alono with him In tho big
sitting room, that It
broke upon mo that I was actually
with n beau lean feelnow
tho blush that rushed to my face when
I roallzod tho situation, whioh, I must
admit, was a pleasing one. Hut how
ombarrasilng It wast And tho embarrassment
was made all tho more pa'nful
when I discovered that my 'company'
was most auuoyingly bashful, lie sat
ononosido of the fireplace, I on the
Other, Ills oyes woro fixed on tho
hearthstone, and bo kept them there,
whllo ho fid go tod on his chair and
twirled his thumbs norvousty. I was
naturally a girl and a
lively talker, but as I sat thcro opposite
that bashful youth I was unable to find
a word to say, and sat as awkwardly
silent and nervous as ho was himself.
The old clock ticked loudly, and, I
thought, Impatiently, In tho corner, and
its hands went around tho dial for ono
long hour w ithout another sound break
Inff tho awful silence of that room. Tito
suspense was simply frightful,
"'Oh!' I kept thinking to mysolf,
'why doesn't he say something or go
"Hut still ho sat there in tho flicker
lug light, tldgetty and nervous, Ills eyes
never moving from that ono spot on tho
hearth, a Another half ho)l draggl its
way'ji round tho clock. Then suddenly
the bashful swain raised his oyes and
looked at me, There was an aulmntcd
but tlustrated look on his face.
" Thank heaven'' I thought 'lie's
golngUt say something at last!'
"Ho looked at me a moment, still
twirling bis thumbs, and then stammered
"'Miss l'aley did you a
"This was nnunexpected and surprising
query, and although it almost
destroyed what littlu eompoiura I had
left, it was a relluf. I welcomed It as a
probable breaker of the ice.
" 'O, yes, Mr. Crano!' I replied enthusiastically.
and many a tlma'
".My rustic bisau grinnod In a satisfied
way for n 11111 njnt nnd I was hope
ful, but suddenly tho solemn look came
back fo his face, an 1 ho dropped bis
ayes to tho hearth ngaiu uud resumed
bls"lnspectlou of the fascinating spot
on the. stone, twirling his thumbs npd
fldguttng as before, l'arjlyuls seized
my tongue ngalu, too, an I, as tho clock
tloked away minuto after minute, I
felt that I must cither soon scream or
die. Another hour passed. I was on
the point of springing from my chair
and rushing from tho room when tho
bashful swain showed signs of another
gleam of intelligence. He raised his
cyos and looked at mo as If ho hid been
sotted with a brilliant idea and stuttered
"Sayl What cursed big eyes they
got hain't they?"
"Well, that was mora thnn human
nature could stand. I screaked with
apghtor at tlio luillcrois situation,
and I think I cried to think that 1 had
peen sitting u that blocd, craning
wlh with such u stupid bqinpkln. Any
h,qw, when recovered s.otn,uvhalof my
composure ra,y beat; was goqc, and I
Wont tq bod and) cried mysolf to sleep.
The yoitl never honored mo with
I learned soon afterward
that ana qt tl)o baok woods girls was
boasting that shu had 'cut ne out,' and
that a speaking of "W tho ru,itlq gu
font had satij, with, much emphasis,
i' 'yiiy, goslt sk,o don't know
A CANINE HERO.
IllW a "or Blioweil III. (Irlof lor llie l,o
uf m Uuotl KrUnit,
(t U a confident iorsan who nuder
takes to place a limit tq thu under-standing
ut nnlinals. The wlfo of a
government ofllclal In Quobco had a
spaniel named hpot and a kitten whoso
face gnvo her the name of
Pansy, Tho two woro groat friends,
Spot would take Pansy's head in his
mouth and gently roll her to and fro.
Ono Sunday morning the two woro at
play. The dog was In high spirits and
too rough, for, alas) when ha let go of
the kitton she did not scamper avny as
Tho degcapsred about her, running
backward and forward to outlco her to
play, but tie kitton did not move.
Then lie turned her over with his nose,
ttasod her with his paws; still she did
not move, Bpot then showed signs of
great uneasiness. He would pause, then
begin again mid coax her to get up. At
length he seemed to realize that Pansy
would never get up any more, and
that he know the meaning of death.
The sonso ot loss and its practical results
ho proceeded to show. With orcry
evidence of distress ho 'carried her to
the side of the walk. Then ho dug a
hole, put the kitten In It, and carefully
covered it with earth and wont away.
When tho family came home from
church they were surprised not to bo
rust as usual ly tho dog and cat A
was called auu cams oreeping ou all
fours to his master's feet, where ho lay
a spectacle of grief and quiet "Ask
for Pansy," prompted the witness. Tho
question was asked, and tho dog looked
up In muto appeal Tho group moved
down the walk to the newly mod
grave, but the dog refused to follow,
and crawled abjectly away, A few
moves with a can revealed tho kitten's
body. Hpot mi again callod. Ho camo
drsgglug himself along and lay graveling
at his master's feet No ono could
doubt tho dog's anguish, It was not so
much their duty to blame as to console
bun In his grief. Chicago Tribune.
Highest of all In Leavening Power U.S. Gov't Report
L L J
I'rovMliiff for the Kuliire of tli Ynang
K cry child has a right to have Its
future looked after.- und as early as pos-1
slblo It should bo taught to help as It '
can In carrying out this Idea. Kven tho
children of parents In very moderate
circumstances should hnvesome trilling
investment mud" fur them. Almost 1
every family could ralso live dollars to 1
put in trust for the new-comer. This
should bo provided for as much as the
wardrobe of tho expected.
Put Uvo dollars In a good savings
bank or Invest tho money in sorao paying
A doien J ears ago a provident woman,
upon tho advent of her first daughter,
gathered- together somo llttlo savings
and Investod them for tho baby In a fine !
calf. Soon tho calf becamo a cow. and
tho milk, butter and proceeds generally
tvviv vivuucu iu biiu iibiiu unu. nuiuai.
this was charged tiio cost of keoplng
and the like; tho surplus was carefully
kept track of and the next year was In
vested in another calf ot equal promise.
When baby number ono was two
years old, thcro was another Addition
to tho family, nnd tho third calf was
bought IVom this ttnjo on, tho profits
grow larger in proportion. Nono ot tho
cows or were sold oxcopt
those that woro considered not worth
whllo or profitable Co keep The proceeds
from tho sale of the unavailable
ones were invested in the samo way.
Tho parents had considerable land at
their disposal and an abundance of pasture.
Tho husband was not specially
provident nnd to the wlfo fell the caro
of tho stock. I
To make a long story short, by tho
time the oldest daughter had arrived
at the age when her assistance was Important
there was a fine herd ot good
cows Und a valuable dairying interest
well established Of course, the longer
the hord was kept tho more rapidly H
Increased and the mora valunblo It
grew. Tho least profitable animals
were weeded out and sold, and bettor
onos took tholr places.
After a whllo tho girl developed vory
high ambitions in an educational senso,
and both she and her brother wont
through college and graduated on the
proccods ot tho orie llttlo calf bought
when sbo was a baby,
Tho only difficulty In undertakings
of this sort Is that pooplo do not realise
tho need of patlcnco and quiet, steady
pcrboveranco in a single line. If this
woman had bought tho cow one year
nnd sold It tho next and invested the
money in half a doien dllTcrent things,
there would havo leen probably no ap
preciable result but beginning with
tho steadfast purpose to do ono single
thing and do it thoroughly, she was
able to keep herself In comfort and lay
up against the time ot need tho means
to educate her children.
Tl)o same uxperionco has repeatedly
been tried in nnd other
stock. Sheep nnd fflve the quickest
returns of any unimals, und, If cared
for by competent perions, arJ tho most
profitable to raise. A fow dollars invested
iu this way for each child will
yield wonderfully batiifuctory rosults
later in life.
Tho cbll 1 should also bo taught to
put away a certain u mount 'of Its
pocket-money to add to its futuro property.
When it Is old enough to do so It
should bo encouraged to earn uionoyl
and also add this to the nccurauluted
fin,J. i'ivu dollars Is but a small
tprount tq Invest for eucli child, but It
parents would be satisfied to Invest it
rnd let It alone, the problem of
wold, 1)0 vory callyolved. N. Y.
A TRAINOF EXILES
One. qr the Most MjcMs Secii la
I'AU travelon In Siberia, desire to see
something of tho criminal exiles, Whou,
therefore," says a writer, "I was in-formed
that n detachment wus on Its
Vfay from TomsV, IJook at conveyance
nnd drove old io meet It'
"We had driven a considerable distance
without, scciJg the slightest sign
of lfe on tho deserted highway, when
suddenly an the crisp, fruity air I dtv
tlngiilshei u faint distuut sound, sc
poanlinr und wiorJ thai it at once attracted
my attention, us it wus evidently
"It was not unlike the nobo which
would be produced by hundreds ol
small bird" antflng all at onoe, yet 1
oould see nothing of any sort anywhere
on the vast plain. As well as I could,
with my limited Itusslan vocabulary, I
drew my driver's attention to it To
him It wus neither novel or Interesting;
ho knew what It was ut once.
"Tho arrostantt aro coming,' ho remarked
briefly; ami shortly after, on
ascending a rlio in tho road which had
concealed them from our vlow, there
came in sight a big body of men coming
slowly along, and I discovered that the
strange noise which bud so Impressed
mo was produced by tho heavy chains
"Hut then, alas! all preconceived Illusions
vanished, for it was a loathsome
ami depressing sight rendered doubly
so by the bright sunshine.
".There was ubo.it It absolutely nothing
of tho poetic, such us I hod been led
to expect It was simply a huge crowd
of what looked llko and probably was
thu very scum of tho earth, for all
races seemed to bj represented, making
as villainous and a lot ot
men as one could possibly boo." Yankco
An liivasluu uf Mum.
A particularly doilrablo place ot residence
for zoologists, small boys who
love the circus, and all who ltTe u sploo
ot excitement In tbelr lives, must be tho
small town of Murtull, in Cape Cotony,
South Africa. In the early part of January ;
a troop of lions visited tho placo,
sua evldoiitly finding that lettered
advantages as a took up
tholr quarters there. Among othor '
misdemeanors they ate three mules at
tached to a cort, uud the 11 proceeded to
crown tlio feiist witn a ,ior bwi a
donkey. People wcro nnublo to go odt
at nights, and efforts to shoot or scare
tho lions hail, at t ho date ot the report,
been unsuccessful Hurpers Young
- EJ .
Doctor "Your enso Is n bad one.
!) yon vnnkc tibieco?' Patient "No,
clg.irultn." Phlludolp ill Rjeord.
has in.ilo verv sorlom
clnrifi'4 ngilnst mo." "Whatnro they?'
"tM for an pvercoit und 1 100 for 1
dress suit" llarpjr's Huar.
Madge "Did you select this route
because of the beautiful scenery? ' Mabel
"Pooh, no: but there are so many
lovely tunnels." Inter Oeoau.
"Poor Ilipkin Isn't expected to live
through tho niirht" "Nothing contagious,
is If." "No, tho doctor told him
he wouldn't charge him anything for
his visits." Inter Ocean. (
Short Lived Ilotlicr. Mrs. Poop
(sorrowfully) "O, Ileglnrtld, my oa
nary is doad It must have Iwon stok
wllcn yo bm,ht ,t Mr y (wUh
8,ipN)sv.d jny)...sj0 mntter, I will try
to got another ono Just llko it" Puok.
Doubted Qush. Nephew. 'jHow
are you, uncle? Delighted to sooyaul
How Is dear aunt? And those beautiful
children, tool Doyon know, I think
you Vvo tho finust ohlldren "
Uncle (producing ch.oclt.book with a
slglO'ilow much Is It this time,
"Do you llko that pie, dear?" asked
Mrs. Mcllrldoot her hatband at tho
dinner tub'e. "That is quite fair plo,"
replied Mcilrido. "Still, It's not at all
up to tho standard of the pies my
mother makes. You should get her to
show you how." "I'm nfraJd your
mother doesn't inako as eoalples as
sh.oniod.ta" "WhvV" "Well, she was
hore all day, giving mo Instructions,
and that identical plo Is tho one she
mndo herself." Harper's azar.
A mother, indignant to find her
llttlo daughter low in her class at
school, exclaimed, wrathfullv: "I'm
out of all pitlenco with you, Molllu. I
should just HkE tq know why Sallte
Jones is ut waj s at the ho id of her olass,
and you always at tho fool?' Molllo
hesitated for n moment and thou look
Ing her mothor squarely In tho face,
said demurely) "Vutt KCdm to forgot,
mamma, that Sally Jones has very
A Penny Satoit Is a Penny Earned.
Mr. Pettypull (at railway tlckot
office) "What is tho fure to lluffalo?"
Ticket Agont "KIght dollars." Mr.
Pettypull "What is the excursion
rate"" Ticket Agent "Wo have no
excursions to ButTalo." Mr. Pettypull
"No? Well, what are your special
rates" Ticket Agent (exasp'ratel)
"Wo huvo no il rates, Hero! Do
you want n ticket?" Mr Petit pull
"0, no! I hae a pass there, and I just
want to know how much it is saving
Tlia Klml l'in,p,.l I, ut I'ttl
William of Oraiige, wo know, had a
Roman nose, nnd tho artist "put old
Nassau's hook-nosed head on poor
..tuejs' shoulders," Instead of the Trojan
nose which he prqbably
Perhaps, the correct qr Dirwlnlan theory
It thi(t ,Dnens, by u frv ik op "p ,rl"
ot ature, really hud a, Itoinun nose.
Hoiic.il be wis better ftted to survive
r tips other Trojins, and hu handed
le ipiMi down tq his descendants, tho
tle Koumiss. (n iuy citlmr theory it is
lpmt tq discover why tho Greeks had
Straight noes, while those of the
were hooked. Nor, after all, uro
yu quite certain that the Oreeks really
had (Iroek noses, l may havo been a
convention of lieir art, The future
generations, if hy only possess Mr.
llqrne Jones' and Mr, Hossottl's works,
will como ta very erroneous conclusions
ft bout llritlsh chin,
Wo lea,rn that the nose of Socrates
WAS lint Ureok, but huch as Oreck
artists usually asslgucd to satyrs. Occasionally,
as in a beautiful group of a
satyr playing dice with i nymph on a
bronze udrror, llioy, vuve satyrs another
klpd.of nose, Tho noses of tho ladles
In (,hu Tuuiigrn terra-coitus aro ot all
agreeable orders of nose, not necessarily
flreek. 'tho chances nre that the
(lis'oks varied as much as wo do In their
noses, white tho tradition of their art
preferred the conventional strulght
uosc In tho samo wny tho kind ot
Uomuiu who had tholr portraits done
on coins and gems wcro just tho sort of
energetic, conquering people who havo
Hainan noses everywhere, like William
rf Orange and tho Duke of Wellington.
Milton, Itsoomt, had a (Iroek nose In
youth; it afterward becamo a Puritanic
nose. A habit of turning it up in moments
ot Indignant morality would
tho contour and expression. Of
Cleopatra's nose, on which, according
toPuscal, hung the fata of the world,
we really know nothing. One coin
makes It an exaggeration of the uoso
with which Mr. Du Maurier commonly
equips his duchessos. Iu this shupo it
may bo called too long, oveu beaky;
but wo muy hope that tho cola is not a
good likeness. Saturday Itevlew.
A llalsllv or Ilia llr.
That tho raccoon Is'the smallest representative
of tho bear family Is a fact
very well known to naturalists, and
generally set forth In dictionaries, but
tho avjrngo hunter refutes to recognize
tho relationship There Is ono hunter
In Now York state, however, who now
believes thu statement Hu was hunting
rattlesnakes, from which lie extracts
tho oil, when hit bull-terrier
treed u raccoon. Tho hunter had no
(run, and was obllgoi to climb tho tree
to oust the 'coon. This hu did, and
then salon a bough, thirty feet above
the ground, to watch tho sport 'I ho
torrler promptly so I tod thu 'coon by the
throat, and the shaggy animal, which,
by tho way, was larger thau tho dog.
tnsdo it desperate effort to release
seir, I allliu iu i'"1. t"o raccoon stooa
upon his hind fe.it, und, throwing Its
strong foro legs around Its enemy's
body, gave him a deadly hug. The.
dog's cyos bulged, and ho did those of
the hunter In surprise. He went rapidly
., u bu h() WtW t Ut(1- ,,.,,
raccool, wa , nnt, tlu urrlor was
Ufoi0B, couUi u miflluJ. Tho
,ueow o( lh8 mt0 bcur )iud be,i uior
th4I, ,,, MM01lwl (rttluo 0JuJl, endure,
ftnd ,U ,tunlll ,lay, wore over,
Doyou wanttoknow whereyouhaveto goto find;-
The largest and linost stock of Clothing nnd Shoos?
The only Clothing andShoo house in Hopkinsvillo where thero
is but one price, and that marked in plain figuros?
The place whore you do not have to jew nnd dicker to get the
The only Clothing and shoe house where your 7-year-old bov
can buy as cheap as the best judge of goods?
The place that sells better goods and more of them for same
'noney or less than any other concern in the country?
The place that allows you to return whatever you don't like
tnd get your money?
The lightest, brightest, largest and finest store room in
The prettiest line of Spring Suits in double and single breasted
Sacks, Cutaways and Prince Alberts?
A beautiful line of English Neckwear?
The latest shapes and colors in spring Hats?
Thenewest things in Gents' and Ladies' low shoes, in Russia
leathers, patent leathers and colors?
Why it's-J. H. ANDERSON & CO.-of course.
Why We Draw
Wo add uow ctiBtoinors every day by tho jwwor of our low pricos o sntisfy our customors with tho quality
of llio fjoods wo soil. Thoro is nothing in a price unless quality is considered. Nothing is low priced uiiIohi II
' if Of good, honest artielu. Now why
should no not do busiuoss tognthor.
keep iris xiLsr :m::i::lt:d.
Our line of Dioss Goods and TrimmiiigH has no equal in this city. In fancy Organdiei, figured mid dotted
Swiss, Elo , we i'hu show tho most exquisite patterns imaginable, somothinh entiroly new.
In this department wo lead them nil, with an immonso stock to soloct from, tognthor with tlio finest trimmers
that money can procure. Como early aud mako your selections.
BleiBi & o.
"Would you know vtyy wiili pleasure
Ourfaces so beam?
... fiaSS dream.
WM fmAW '
iswJl Mm2. Xrli m Jf
h ile cause of our bliss;
rv For all sorls
- It ncer coine3 aro.189.
Made Only by
N.K.FAiRBANK&Ca St. Louis.
n.ii 1 1 s . 1 '", ;'AyE "" '
aR ffilK '-$2$ JomSYILLE, Ky.
of cleaning 7zr
nii.rt.,uiwHuUiiil llouea, Umlatlllu, Ky.
nwf. All Modern improvoiiiunts, in
bol's uud telegraph ollico Entire
lights, Rlectric cars pasH thu door
WJUtks I2.W pub 13at,
W. S. MILLER,Ju
to insure sale.
and see tha new lino of
in Staple und Dress
and Children's Shoes in
- DOo to $$-.00 jtuir
- 90a to Sli.UO pair.
Shoes from 2Co to 1Sj() pr.
Millinery ut yonr own
Kocontly ruuoviiUl.f rum collur to
eluding Htuatn hont, elovntor, olectriccal)
houso lighted with iucaudescunt electric
foral parts of tho city,
A. W. JONES,
J. L.i.MAlLSIlAW, J
Reduced in prices
It will pay you to oome
Spring Goods fust received
Goods; Ladies' Men's
)Ve hare Men's Shoes from
Ladies' Shoes from
Men's and Children's
Also a complete line ol
ttrioes. Come one, come
HAVE GOT THE PUBLIC.
Next door to First National Bank.
v" iJsj 74k
nii vsn. iis
H i.1B av TRADE MARKS.
3fr OESION PATENTS,
For Infnrmitlon snd free Handbook write to
1IINN A CO. Ski llluiAbWAT, NEW 0IHT.
Oldt bareftu for iccurinjr patent! In Amcrlm.
Y Terr ixuiil Uken out br ut la brought beforo
lbs publia tij s uullcs KlTua troo of cbsrga In the
$ acntific JUumcmt
Larertt elrcnlstlon of any aolfntlfln pspr In ths
norld. Hplenilidlr HlulmteJ. a Intrlllrrnt
maa should bo without It. Weeklr, t .U0 a
carl f I.&O0IX montlia AU(1rei Ml K." a laj4
I 'I'uusuxiu, Jul lirosdwsr, ow lots cur.
? f Iff and Opium Ifatilta
7. f tUIKU Ul IlUQiU Ullil
it r L oiiinain uooniifpar
Dt.ru D tlnilamcntl III I'
smnoesaixutnili M.'(ol.I.KV.Ji 11.
I3iitiic1y new mid III st class In til
rcsiiuclH. Efiilnii( Saiuiilo Hounis
imi ni iiui)iii.ilcil in tlio city.
(In l tihloCui Mne,
1'. V. V I. I' Id KiiiKitni, I'roprlnlois,
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On. KINO S nOYALdBnMETUEn D
K SPRING IS ON US. K I
lh time otjrenr when all I topi 0 y
btcomo Bcneralljr run doirn. Tas
q blooj get 1 In m condition and 5
Y ths B) item out of fli, y
YOU NEED A TONIC.
ri Itattar Ih.n Iln.f. Wins anJ Iron. 11
M liter, r.to , ti ths itrrat Hood purl. M
T flcr and general restorer, f
IS DR. KING'S is II
Si ROYAL GERMETUER. D It
1 itwlilBtrnightonyou out. 1
pj It mnkosnonilstnkoo. g
b ltalwnysglvoBantlafaatlon u
s Pleasant as Lemonade. n n
A a. i , .mTllivli rsW V M V 1"
o KING'S ROYAL GERMETUER CO. g
II All.sNTA, OA.
K Take Dr hiajt't Oermetuer Pills for B
T the l.lvrr awl (Virttlpallon 0 i.llt In I
U ti,ilw, nU y
Ti DR. KINQ'a ROYAL QBnMET'JOl
Junius C. McDaviU,
Ollliceotcr Kolly's Jewelry Store,
I), K. CARI'KHTfcK. t l JOHNSON
Agt, JSuia Life. Atty ut Lnw,
Carpenter & Johnson,
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