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title: 'Daily Kentuckian. (Hopkinsville, Ky.) 1918-191?, August 24, 1918, Page PAGE THREE, Image 4',
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Mitt Kellr Tell How Lrdta
E. rinkham't Ve'eUbto
AERIAL MAIL CARRIER
j PEERESS IS WAR WORKER
Women's and Misses Suits
This includes all the oddo and and of our Sprinf and 8aramsr
nun siocis, in wooien maienaia. i
Sulta worth fit. BO to f 11.00
Rummage Price ......
Suits worth 120.00 to $25.00
8ulU worth I JO 00 to $35.00 a QC
Rummage Priro ...... ,1 lT,3a
Suit worth 837.50 to $45.00
Women's and Misses Silk Suits
Thia amall group of Suit consists of 5a tin aa Tsffeta Salta
In Nary, Black, Cray, Green and Tan, Beautifully mada and
$ tho boat quality materials and linings. Wo moan to cloao oat thooo
j4 few garments.
Suits worth $35.00
Suits worth $40.00
. Rummage Pries
SuiU worth $45.00 to $50.00
Women's and Misses Dresses
djhis group of Dreaaea consists of Taffetas, Georgette, Crcps do
L'hinf and Embroidered Nets. At the pricea quoted they are on
sale at lees than coat of material.
Dresses worth $15.00 to $10.60
Dresses worth $18.50 to $20.00
Rummsgo Price .
Dresses worth $22.50 to $25.00
Dresses worth $.10.00 to $10.00
Rummage Price .' . . ,
Childrcns Wash Dresses
In this small group you will find many Dreaaeo that can bo worn
for school most all winter. Sites 2 to 14.
Dresses worth $1.25
Dresses worth $1.75
Dresses worth $2.00 to $2.75
worth $3.00 to $3.75
Prices LOWERED Some
, Men's SuiU. Thia tot of Men's
and Young Men's SuiU are the
left overs of our early Spring
Suite. Values up to $28.60. Suit
able for Early Fall wear.
Strictly all wool merchandise,
but not all sites of all kind.
Some Hart. Shaffner at Marx
and Stylo Plua SuiU never sold for less thsn $23.00 to $28.60.
Thia ta an opportunity you should not let get by at the time when
woolen goods are daily advancing?
Women and Misses Coats.
In thia group yon will find CoaU In both Light and Dark
Shoot as well aa Silks in all Colors. LoU of the CoaU will do to
wir all winter. If you fail to buy ono of these CoaU you will
fail to save.
CoaU worth $15.00 1
.ii. ti ta i. ii en .
Rummage Price . .'.
CoaU worth $20.00 to $22.50
CoaU worth $25.00 to $30.00
There are about SO Dresses in thia group in small, medium
and extra large sites. Slightly soiled.
Drsssea worth $2.00 1 Ifl
Rummage Price I-IU
Dresses worth $2.50
Dresses worth $3.00 to $3.50
Dreesss worth $4.00 to $4.60
Rummage Price '.
About 40 Wash SkirU are in thia group,
torlala. in all sizes. Only slightly toiled.
Wash SkirU worth $1.25 to $2.00
Rummage Price . ;.
Wean SkirU worth 12.50 to $3.00
Wash SkirU worth $3.25 to $4 60
, Rummage Solo .-r..
w. Millinery Department
The MiUinnry Department will Include in thia Rummage Balo
every Bummer Bat in their entire stock. These haU 80LD FROM
8.50 TO $10.00 ON SALE 79C
Rummage Sale of
Men's Straw Hats
TAKES PICK AND CHOICE OK EVERY STRAW HAT
IN THE HOUSE. Values ud to 14.00. ExceDt Panamas.
Leghorns or Bailey Buntala.
Choico of any Panama,
Values up to $6.00
Bailey BunUla or Leghorns.
A few aites $4 to 87 of Young Men's BeUed Back Keep
Kool SuiU. Values up to $16.5. Priced from 83.78 te M 2S.
SPECIALS FOR' BOYS '
BOY'S WASH SUITS Knickerbocker Stylo. Values
' from $2.60 to $4.00. Sites 8 to 1 only.
BIG BOY'S KNICKERBOCKER WASH PANTS. Sites
only 14 to 18. Values up to $1.23 a pair.
MEN;S OR BOYS NAINSOOK UNION SUITS Sites
for men, $4 to 40; aites for boys 10 to 18. ' Values 60c
DRY . GOODS SPECIALS:
i WHITE QUILTS About 60 White Counterpanes, aomo PUin
Hemmed, soma Scalloped Cut Corners,' Double and Singlo Bed
Uet. All slightly soiled. On sale at ONE-FOURTH OFF REGULAR
LADIES' UNION SUITS Bleached, Low Neck, Sleeveless.
Knso length. Open Cores Lace Trimmed; 60c value.. AU small
sites, $4 and 36 only. One sale
for the auit
Saturday) and: Monday.
The greatest saving event of the year 1918." It is our endeavor in this
$ Rummage Sale to entirely dose out -the small odds and ends that accum
jjnulate in each department; they, are i sold at prices that do not take
into consideration the cost of the; article. Our whole idea is to clean up
our stocks. We hope our patrons will take advantage of this last opportunity.
fiu .; .) (
The rail of their country's errvlre
hit been heard by practically all of
Oreat Britain's beautiful and talents
peeresses. In the front rank of these
Industrious workers In wsr sctlvltles
la the countess of Wilton, who has
been 1erotlng. herself to war work
since the outbreak of the. conflict. She
has served aa nurse In one of the
hnepttsls where wounded soldiers ere
being treated and has won the hearts
of the snlttlrre by her tender and sym
pathetic rare. Before aha enl luted la
the nursing rorpa ebe waa active In
the many betaars which marked the
onriy part of the war.
Varieties of Mistletoe.
There art more varieties of mistle
toe growing about the world than
could be named In a column of news
paper print, bat the commonest In
America la that which the botanist
Nuttall, named after the Qreek fash
ion, "tree thief." or phorandendroa.
Elisabeth waa looking at a fair;
book, when sbe espied some mvrmsldf
no a pa I that big alster hsd Just turn
ed over. She opened her big eyes ami
said, "Oh. si t nr. wilt a minute. L"
me see their beauty uniforms."
Newark. N. J. "For about rhreo
years 1 suffered from nervous break.
down and trot so
weak I eooij hsrd't
aund, and had head
aches every day. I
tried everything I
' could think of snd
was under phy.
stcisn's rsre for two
yrare.-A girt friend
had used Lydia E.
table Compound ami
ens told mo about
it. From the flnt
dsy I took h 1 began
to fori betur snj ;
now I am welt and ,
Ohio to do mnat an '
kind of work. I
have been rerom
menllfi tka f. '
poond evertlnre and give yoo my per. j
mission to publiah thia letter" Mist
ri tiui lmtU,N3Wsrk,
The reason this famous root ami herb
remedy. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetsble
Compound, wss so sureeesfor in UHm
Krlly's case waa because it went to the
root of her trouble, restored her to
normal healthy condition and as result
her nervousners disappeared.
THE MARKET BASKET.
(Prices nt KeUiL)
Broakfaat Bacon, pound ...60c
Egg per doten
Butter per pound
Bacon, extras, pound
Country hama, large, pound
Country hama, email, pound
Lard, pure leaf, pound....
lard, 60 lb tins
Lard, compound. Bound....
Cabbage, per pound
Lemons, per doten .
Cheese, cream, per
Sweet potatoes. . . . .
Cornmeal, bushel .
Oranges, per doten
Cooking applet, per
, 10 cents peck
. .60c per peck
Onions, per pound , ...7e
Hour, 24 lb. sack 11.65
Black-eyed Peas, pound 12Hc
Navy Beans, pound ISc
1 v. !. j
Lieut. Edward W. Klllgoro I ope of
the aviators who comprise the aerie!
msll-carryioi force of the t'nltrd
States post office department
Watch and Man Alike.
The watch that works only by flu
and starts la never to bo trusted. Nor
Is tho man who does hit work In the
aamo way ever capable of the highest
achievement possible to hla station.
With men aa with watches ths test lies
la being right and reliable all tho time.
Psytng . etry.
Poetess "Do yon pay for poetry r
Editor "Tea. mndam. My physician
orders me to an einenalve rest curt
twice a year." Buffalo Express.
A little fellow whoee father Is con
nected with a railroad tins picked up
msny railroad phrases.. One dny while
altlng with hla mother In a large sta
tion the youngster mde about nn his
little cart Suddenly a men hiiK-ked
the little rider's wsy. The letter. lus
tily shouting low brldce." passed safe
ly between the man's legs.
LOUISVILLE A NASHVILLE R. ft.
No. 53 6:44 .
No. 95 9:20 a. . m
No. 81 6:42 p. m.
No. 55 Accommodation. .6:45 a. m
No. 93 12:46 a. m.
No. 92 6:17 a. m
No. 62 10:00 a. m.
AUCTION SALE! No. 94 7:55 p. m.
Attend sale at Courthouse doer on No. 66 Accommodation. .9:00 p. m
Monday, Sept. 2. between 11 and 12 No. 64 10.19 p. m.
o'clock, of tho G. T. Herndon home! W. N. CHANDLER, Ticket Agent.
place on South Virginia street, near
13th. See G. T. Herndon for par
ticulars. 1 41-St
FOR SALE Upright piano, libra
ry table, book case.
1. W. TWYMAN. '
M2-2t. 211 North Main SL
It CENTS FOR CATTLE.
Tho record price of IS cents a
pound waa paid in Bourbon county
for 200 export cattle.
fl Wear 1
JdLZ-J Glasses 1
ILLINOIS CENTRAL 9L R.
332 leaves at 8:36 a. m. for Pri ace
ton, Paducah, Cairo and Evant
ville. 302 Icbvet at 11 a. m. for Pn'acetsa,
connects for East and Wert at
324 Icavea at 6:05 for Priacete.
321 arrives from Princeton at 7:10
301 arrives from East and West at
6:45 p. m.
TENNESSEE CENTRAL R. R.
12 leaves for Nashville at 7:15 a. m.
14 leaves for Nashville at 4:16 p, m.
11 arrivca from Nashville at 10:65
13 arrives from Naahvillo 8:00 p. an.
C L, WADUNGTON. Ageot.
At Prices You Can Afford
APRON CINCH AM Good quality.' Fast Color,
and Black and White Checks. . 25e quality, .
On sale for tho yard
DRESS C1NCHAMS Another lot of 27 and 32 Inch wide Faat
Color Dress Cinghania on sale thia week or
for tho yard COG
BLEACHED DOMESTIC One case 1200 yards Cora yard wkia
Soft Finish Bleached Domestic, absolutsly free from starch or
dreaaing. 90s value for 0i
tho yard CChCC '
SEA ISLAND DOMESTIC Ono case, 1200 yards, Albany R,
Fine Sea Island yard wldo Unbleached Domestic, 1Q.
26c quality. For tho ysrd I?JC
CREPE DE CHINE Silk and Cotton Mixed .yard wide, suluble
for Negligee and Underwear. 60c quality.
Ono tale (he yard , ,
80c per dozen
Get our Special Prices on Oil Cook Stoves.
; FORBES MFG CO;
Phcr.sNo.249 Phone No. 249
$1.00 per dozen
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