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Saturday! and Monday.
The greatest saving event of the year 1918." It is our endeavor in this
Rummage Sale to entirely cloc out -the small odds and ends that accum-
ftunulate 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
jv our stocks. We hope our patrons will take advantage of this last opportunity.
Women's and Misses Suits
Thia include all th add nd ends of our 8prlng and Bamm.r
suit stocks, in woolen material.
8uit worth 116 tO to 111 00
Suit worth 120.00 to 125.00
Suit worth 130.00 to 135.00 11 OR
Barama Pric ....... lral
Run mag Price
Sail worth 137.60 to 145.00
Rummage Prico ......
Women's and Misses Silk Suits
Thi small group of Suit consists of Satin aa Ttff.ta Sails
fa Navy, Black. Cray. Crn and Tan, Beautifully mad and
th best quality materials and lining. Wo aioaa to cIom oat thoso
SuiU worth 135.00 MJ QC
Rummag Trie V
Suite worth 140.00
. Ram mage Price
Bulla worth 145.00 to 150.00
Women's and Misses Dresses
gruup of Dreaaca consist of Taffetas, Georgette, Crop do
4'hint and Embroiilered Net. At the price quoted they are en
eaU at In than coat of material.
Dreake worth 115.00 to 16.60
Rummage Pric .
Drewes worth 118.60 to 120.00 47 QC
Dresses worth 122.50 to 25.00
Rummage Price ,
Dresses worth $10.00 to 140.00
Rummage Price .'.
Childrcns Wash Dre$te$
In this email group you will And many Dresses that can be worn
for school moat all winter. Sises X to 14.
Dresses worth 1 125 CRi
Rummage Sal , OOC
Dreaae worth 1.75
Dresses worth 12.00 to 12.75
Droaata worth 13.00 to 13.75
Women and Misses Coats.
In thi group you will find Coat in both Light and Dark
Shoe aa well aa Sitka in all Color. Lota of the Coats will do to
wear all winter. If you fail to buy on of the Coat you win
fail to aav.
Coats worth $16.00 CR OR
Coat worth 1 60 to 1 18.60
Rummage Pric . .'.
Coata worth 120.00 to I22.C0
Rummag Pric .........
CoaU worth 125.00 to $30.00
Rummag Pric . ,
' There sr. about SO Dresses In thia group in small, medium
and extra large sixes. Slightly soiled.
Presses worth 12.00 tl Ifl
Rummag Pric ;
Dresses worth 12.60
Rummag Pric . . .
Dresses worth 13.00 to $3.60
Dresiss worth 14.00 to 14.60
About 40 Wash Skirts ar in this group. la ipteadid Ma
terial!. In all sixes. Only slightly tolled.
Wash Skirt worth $1.25 to $2.00
Wash r.klrto worth $2.50 to $3.00 OC
Rvmmag Salo jjl.W
Wsah Skirt worth $3.25 to $4 50 C
Ruma'age Bale w
u Millinery Department
Th Millinnry Department will include la thia Rummag Sal
very Bumm.r Eat In thslr entire stock. The hat 80LD FROM
1.50 TO $10.00 ON SALE 7Qn
Prices LOWERED Some
. Men' fiulta. Thia lot of Men'a
and Young Men' Bulls ar th
left over of our early Spring
Suit. Value up to $28.60. Suit
able for Larry Fall wear.
Strictly all wool merchandise,
but not all aiies of all kinds.
Some Hart, Sha'nrr V Marx
and 8tyle Plua SuiU never sold for leas than 123.00 to 28.60.
Thia I an opportunity you should not let get by at th time when
woolen goods ar daily advancing:
Rummage Sale of (J! AA
Men's Straw Hats - $1,1)1'
tl nil TAKES PICK AND CHOICE OF EVERY STRAW HAT
I.UU IN THE HOUSK. Value up to 4.00. Except Panamas,
Leghorns or Dallcy Buntala.
4tO Qft Choic of any Panama, Bailey Buntala or Leghorns.
.90 Value up to .00
A few aite 14 to 37 of Young Men's Belted Bsck Keep
Kool Suits. Values up to 118.50. Pried 'from $3.71 t. 18.28.
; SPECIALS FOR" BOYS
tj no BOY'S WASH SUITS Knickerbocker UtyU
w.ww.' from 2.60 to 84.00.
Sis 8 to IS only.
BOY'S KNICKERBOCKER WASH PANTS.
www only 14 to 18. Values up to $1.25 a pair.
AQa MEN'S OR BOYS NAINSOOK UNION
for men, 34 to 40; sises for boys 10 to 18. ' Value 80c
DRY GOODS SPECIALS !
WHITE QUILTS About 60 Whit Counterparts, son Plain
Hemmed, some Scalloped Cut Corners," Doubl and Single Bed
vises. All slightly soll.d.. On sal at ONE-FOURTH OFF REGULAR
LADIES' UNION SUITS Bleached, Low Neck, 81eeveleas.
Kne length. Open Core; Lac Trimmed; 60c value. All small
sixes, 34 and 38 only. One salo
for the suit ,.
APRON GINGHAM Good quality.- Fast Color,
and black and White Checks. . 26c quality.
On sale for the yard
DRESS GINGHAMS Another lot of 27 and 32 Inch wide Fast
Color Dress Ginghams on salo thia week OC.
for th yard wC
- BLEACHED DOMESTIC On caa 1200 yard. Cora yard wtd
Soft Finish Bleached Domeatic, absolutely free from starch r
dressing. 30o value for 99 1 9''
th yard .Cfc.-l-CC 1
SEA ISLAND DOMESTIC On rasa, 1200 yards, Albany R.
Fin Sea bland yard wide Unbleached Domestic, Qa
25c quality. For th yard
CREPE DE CHINE Silk and Cotton Mixed .yard wide, suitable"
for Neglige and Underwear. 60s quality. QQ
One sale the yard OilC
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The rail of their coouirr'i wrvlr.
has hem heard by practically all of
Oret Britain's beautlfnl and talented
pee-re.aea. In th. front rnnk of then,
knduatrtnus workers In wsr srtlvltle
la the muntewi of Wilton, who has
bwnlTottns;. herself to war work
since the outbreak of th. mnOlrt. She
has served as a aurse In one of the
hfwpltsla where wounded soldiers are
being t rented and hss won th berta
of th soldier by her tender and sym
pathetic ear. Before ah .Diluted la
th nnralni rorp she wss srtlv. In
th many haxaars which marked th
arty part of the war.
Varietlea f Mlstlete.
There are more varieties of rnixtl
to growing about the world than
could be named In a column of news
paper print, bat the rommonet In
America Is thst which the botanist
Nuttslt, named after the Greek fain
ton, "tree thief,'' or phurandendrno.
Elisabeth wae looking at a falrj
book, when she enpled some mernisltb
on a psge thst big slater hsd Jut turn
ed over. Gli. opened her big rye anil
said. "Oh. stater, wilt a minute. Li
en oe their beauty uniforms."
Newark. N. J. "For ahntit rhreo
year 1 sufTered from nervnoa break-
flown and rot to
wesK I eoai' hsrdl
Stand, and had head- '
aches rnrr day. I j
tried ererytiiing I
euld think of and
waa under a phy
aician's car for two I
rears.-A girl fhend
had used Lydia E. 1
table Compound and
she told me about
it. From the flrat
day I took Klberan
to fi.-el betu-r and ;
now I m wed and '
atii to rm moat any
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hsv been recom-
tnemlinv thm f!nm.
pound ever since and give you my per. ;
mission to nubliah this lettr"Mia.
Fli KtUT 476 So. 14th SU, Nawark,
The reaaon this famous root and herb
remedy, I.ydia E. Finkham's Vegeuhl
Compound, was so snccemfnl in Mra
Kelly's esse wss beeauM it went to th
root of her trouble, rentnred her to a
normal healthy condition and a a result
her nervousness disappear!
THE MARKET BASKET.
( t'rices'at R.UiU
Breakfast Bacon, pound
Egg per dosen..
Butter pr pound.
Bscon, extras, pound ,
Country hsms, large, pound.
Country hams, small, pound.. 87 He
Lard, pure leaf, pound 36c
Lard. 60 lb tins $14 60
Lard, compound, nound. ...... .30:
Cabbage, per pound 10c
Irish potatoes 80 cents peek
Lemons, per dosen 60c
Cheese, cream, per Tb 40c
Sweet potato 60c per pack
Cornmeal, bushel ..$2.36
Oranges, per doxen 86c
Cooking apples, per peck 60e
Onions, per pound ,...7c
Hour, 24 lb. sack 11.85
Black-eyed Peas, pound 12Hc
Navy Beans, pound 18c
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Lieut F.dwarl W. Klllgor Is on of
th avtatnrs who eomprl. th rll
mall-carrying fore of the fnlted
Btatea poat offlc dcrimat
Watch and Man Alike.
Th watch that works only by fltt
and start I never to be trusted. Nor
I th man who doe hi work In lb
same way ever canard of the highest
achievement powithle to hi station.
With men a with watrti th test lies
In being rlcbt and reilabi all the time.
Psytng , etry.
Poetess "Do yon pay for poetry F
Editor Tea, madam. My physldan
orders si to an expenaiv rent cur
Ulr a year." Buffalo Express.
A little fellow hwe fatbrr Is con
nected with a railroad has picked up
many rallmad phraaea.. One dny hll(
waiting with his mother In Inrso sti
tlon the young.ler rode ahnnt on bis
little rsrt. Suddenly a man Mm-ked
the little rider' v. ay. Tti. Inttcr. lus
tily shouting "low bridge,' passed safe
ly between the men's lees.
Attend sale at Courthoua doer on
Monday. Sent- I. hetwaan 11 and 12
o'clock, of the G. T. Hcrndon home W,
fiMv-. vn ouuiu iiKni airvci, near
13th. See G. T. Hrmdon for par
LOUISVILLE A NASHVILLE R. ft,
No. 63 6.44 a. j
No. 05 :20 a. m
No. 61 6:43 p. m.
No. 65 Accommodation. .6:45 a. in
No. 93 12:48 a. m.
No. 82 6:17 a. m
No. 62 10:00 a. m.
No. 94 7:68 p. .
No. 68 Accommodation. .9:00 p. m
NO. 64 ig.iv p. m.
N. CHANDLER, Ticket Agent-
FOR SALE Upright piano, libra
ry table, book case.
J. W. TWYMAN. '
142-2t. 211 North Main St
IS CENTS FOR CATTLE.
The record price of 18 rants a
pound wss psid in Bourbon county
for 200 export csttle.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
332 leaves at 6:36 a. m. for Frineo
ton, Paducah, Cairo and Evan.
302 leave at 11 a. m. for Frincstsn,
connects for East and West al
324 leavea at 8:05 for Princten.
321 arrives from Princeton at 7:10
301 arrives from East and West at
8:45 p. m.
TENNESSEE CENTRAL R. R.
13 leavea for Nashville at 7:15 a, m.
14 leave for Nashville at 4:16 p. .
1' arrive from Nashville at 16J5
13 arrive from Nashvills 8:00 p. m.
C U WADUNGTON. Ag.at.
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At Prices You Can Afford
Pints - - - 80c per dozen
Quarts - - 90c
1-2 Pints -Pints
Get our Special Prices on Oil Cook Stoves.
FOEBES MFG C0'
PLcno No. 249 , Phcno th. ?A0
$1.00 per dozen
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