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Fuij of That Kind of Gifts.
FOR THE BEST Look Here
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VALUES IN WOMEN WEAR Iffl
For Your Gifts ! FOR SALE
For Your Gift: YOU MUST COME TO US
ke in ditiouiig our
' attention ' ibv i
i the Si'iithurn Sohool of
of NetfiiiMi, Oecorgia,
ppoari clsbwhore in this issuo
The S. ti. T.
adiug Telegraph loatituto in
ted States and its graduatos
ys in demand. The railroads
"iry tin' '. nc d tf mrny
si Toicgrapt. OperaU.i'5, aud
TAIIORED COU SUITS Women f. Children':, CoaU.
Wo still show you Everyone must be sold
good line of The low price will do
Coat Suil anri it If you want one
we don't intend we will show you
to carry over any The Profits are off
We can suit you. and More too.
Now is the Time to Select Them.
Waist Goods-'-Silks-Dress GoodsWool
Dress Goods Cotton Dress Goods.
See Our Big Line of
.ALMES Editor snd Publisher.
i a mattar Ktbtuarysth
f Coneresf tf Hstc'U, i!".
c DolLir the YeJr in Advance.
S. I" lufrmilpn
jh S. C. n i'vinv AHvi'iht
.les oi.h tif i' ft. l'lv a'l ticcuoa.
: J'or lino if ' poi:.ct:'.
man who lulls toj advertise
tCP ll'1, Iplfc'i'f.' mIk'Q it lr. too
g the ujuuc, spcM lor it as
awav. P'f tard.
"i'nes n.an today
over be wmv found wli
every youug ma mailing t. loam a
practical trade would do well ' write
the School at New man for its new
illustrated Cit.ilugue giving i'ull
'IV Planter.-' Bank and Trust Co.,
and the Commercial and Saviugs
A bright r.uA .Journal wj Uuncn.
fd upon tb wi'fjf, !. rest,
published a. LaCcntcr, Ky.,
that from the tone of iti Salutatory
and its bright clean appearance in
dcstiuo'l to prove one. of the best
friends the farnicru ever had in all
this of Koutucky.
The pa...-i.- pebhibbd under the
Incorporated, with J. I. Nowton,
; 51. I). Tapp, First Vice Pros ;
A. IJ. llnrris, Sec. Vice Proa.; J.
0. Sump, Scc'y. ; Ij. T. l'oaey,
Trea?. ; with Win. Chesterfield, L.
T. Ynoiv, .). W. Cooper, F. E.
Taylor and f. -I. Perry as directors.
The :anaer it J. J. Perry
and from thf bright appearanoc of
the lit he n.awes both, a good
manager ind Kditor. We bid tho
new humeri' ri upon the .fourualistic
h tn Id y h).ri 'lcviii.e. Their first
issue rank.i , held of any of cur
ex chnn !,.
Miss Huttio M. Klttfuhousc,
of the Hurdio county,
111., ScIiooIh, in a two coluiun jrilcle
iu ihu Ilaruin CV-, Km the
Illinois Stoto Journal to tabk for
making Karcin, a pauper county by
having lout th right to the pubho
school iund Due paragraph of tho
State Jviroot readp thutly
WiLJ. Losk SiiAitt; or Fukdh.
'Next year the district having only
five moiitui) of school wilt lose ita
share ol tho St.ue fund, Yeur after
uoxt it will bo dittsolved and itu territory
added to some adjoiniug dis.
trict or district. Thia is the
it must pay for btiiug povorty
M'.s RitUhausc claims tliib tr be
false and that hilt the county U by
no what she vnu!d like it, is nig intercut and lorin n vast combine,
far from loosing its hold upon the j It cm- a mtv that Crittenden is
school fund. 'rccoguuod as the richest county in
Lot old tlnrdin be blessed with u iluo; It-ad and zinc in the
ruined or two to help rich mineral
lands and tho plucky School Super
intendent trill have the tables turned
on tho defarcor of one of the
Thcro aro more children of school
ajre outside of tchools in Kentucky
than there are attending the
according to the school Rtntibtios
which aro bcinj; prepared by Superintendent
of Pnbl'c lohtructioiJ J.
G. Crabbe for bU bionoiel report to
the General Assembly.
The report shows that there are
daily average attendance at the public
schoolc 311,192 children, while
1 " hi-"' lojhesd W..ilj Pub:;Wns Co., j'he uumbyr of those not attending
Iter N' V"r! wnkes up to
t that t. ' " area lor as
o tin' tui i I .n million
tht zm iva of
oontrili.t ' l"indrcd
to tho o.r (. TixiTiVsf'iving!
pntuciion ii ji!iH, to the
I huj ;.'""'1(' i" . wjll as
fauiil;. t" mir
Kvuii ihf ho have
from yon i to.", thtit tako the
' 7011 lll.l.' Uulliii liko lt
I jou a' ii ousiiMS.i.
tsiuir pay- 'ift iu the
very cck itt tnt; taontb and
jonth in year. Try it.
undo niiHi'iN" Ur i'brs and
the suine tr vott.
ho) feotniul is- 417.GU4 The report,
among other things, show- tho value
of school houses ttcd giuuuds in the
Sute to be $S.5 1"),3:57.S2 ; total
number of teachers, 11,1)2", number
of district libraries, 1,450; value of
uounty libraries. $29,7b'S; total
amount of mone received from all
sources for school purposes,
Tbc niht an on the traction
line from Evinsvillc to Princeton,
Ind., was last week boarded by a
band of drunken xn.waiidorM and the
jmortorman aud conductor were beat
en into i tiaon hi hilty from which one
of them will die. Gibson county
Uuitcd States and appreciated so little
Mining interests bcrc will be
growing skyward by the timo the
bnds begin to burst m the Spring.
NOTICE TO PUBLIC.
To Our Customers aud
General Public: Ve wish to state
that the 'Houio Telephone Company"
has gone to the espeiiie of
making their lino into Fredonia, Ky.
Mctnlic and ttill mi that the service
now is tine. And that their toll
station is uovt located in our drug
store a here same is always at your
service, the Company has added a
nice telephuao booth rthero you can
step into and make- all your conversation
We h c goos to some trouble iu
geuii.g all toss used iut as e
wanted it bifort: dating to the public
the new addition and convcuicujc
we have for thorn id our drug store j
"Our litn i to nlwriv. have the I
ior Mm least oionoi" and v:v think
have it In 0,' Homo Tclopliouc
Co., ..tici we tru"'. that the public
will ur tfi,.'rte iu thi,
and will u. t'mir .ipproiuattou
oi some bs this line when
tlioy ijuve cause to o.i out of touu
Lisiuau, Shady Grove and many
otherfl for fifiecsj cents. Madison-ville,
Uuidcraou, Pducau, Ky., aud
others too duiootoc to mention, for
twenty five cents. Ilonkinsville, Ky ,
and Hrrouniiirigs for thirty cents.
Owoiisboro, Ky., wad others lor
cu.t6. Lonisvillc, Ky.,
day rate eighty cents, after o' o'clock
p. iu., forty cent6.
You can gel rates to any tou that
the Iloirti Telephone reaches iu u
very few minutes cither by culling
Shoes for Fall and Winter
THE GOOD KIND that have the Style and
I ' I I
Buy our Shoes nnd you will get
YOUR MONEY's WORTH
Winter Shoeo for Men
WOMEN and CHILDREN
For Less Money
LADIES FINE SHOES
Childrens Fine Shoes
MENS FINE SHOES
BOYS FINE SHOES
Ceninu at kNiariou, Ky.. or by call
mg oar druj: store here at Fredonia,
and saire will be furnished gladly.
We also wish to state to oui frienos
and customers that we will be glad
to transfer any message that you
may wir.t u? to, where you have not
got th's phone but nave another that
leaches our store. Bui wi'l not be
responsible for any errors that may
be mace a the transferring of same.
IJat tv:!! ulwavs do our Loit to handle
Moore's Drug i'tore
TUc fiiimessee Wagon is The Best.
For many years the Tcunessce wagon
has been knovin as the best on the
market. Vv have a few left over
that w3 r,t offering t " bsrgain.
Cquie at ouce.
Olivk & Walks?..
STEAMER PARK CITY SINKS
IN THE KENTUCKY RIVER
trail strikes Obstruction While Backing
From Landing And Bottom
Turn Away Gaiisiuy Her to
Kiniuuig to make up some part of
lourteen hour? lot lrom her sched.
ulc, tin.' ''.earner Park City, owued
by the Koutuekj It.ver
Cumpony, -.truck a rtcf or sunk-
jiu miag la ibe Kentucky river oi
voted dry, but Vandorbarg county j Wo wish to hc ycu u rales J t', Jt.n Marv ti,is corning at 3 o'oluek. .
hai a county line saloon where they
can come over aud loud up with tho
stuff that dopvtves good mon ot their
lives, mikes homes deiol.Uo and
over-runs the jils where it i- oltl
with a cl&So of men that are made
devils by it. Now these trains aro
nesoHwitated to ran with ofiioeM
aboard. Surely this in enough tn
make tha good popc of Vnndenburg
county rim up and empty tho damned
stuff into the Ohio river.
The thing most ue'dod in mineral
circles in Crittenden county ia for J.
P. Morgan or some one else, with
millions of dollars, to buy a control.
to towns itiut ate ott called upjmd ..ujk ith:u three minutei.
lrom thi vuir.t. For a live minutes Tin- attorn wiih lorn from her, j
We Cater to
Bank, of Hopfeinavillc, wilt consoli est cotuuie.. m the State
date on Jan. 1st, with a capital
stock of str.ti.ooo.
SSffSSSS f j
Bargain Hunters I
aud iy." barrels. That there were
no pass ngers aboard, aud the crew
wore able to leave tho boat in tinib m
regarded as extreme good fortune by
ri vermeu who have heard of tho
wreck. She lies in the middlo ot the
stream in thirty feet of water.
II ad not General Manager Charles
V. Williams aud Mrd. Williams left
the boat at Tyrone yesterday morning
and come home by train, iho
wreck migty have had its tragic side,
as Mr. aud Mrs. Williams made the
trip up Kentucky river, and only
left the boat at Tyrone because business
matters of importance awaited
Mr. Williams in Louisville. Tho
lost fourteen hours decided him to
come in by train. Mrs. illiauin
debated for Home time whether or not
to remain aboard the Perk City, finally
deciding to accompany Mr.
Williams becausu there wero no
passcugors aboard, and she waa
W hen seen in her apartment in
the Kentucky apartaeute this morning,
Mrs. Williams was suffering
considerable nervousness, but Hat
thankful that she had escaped the
danger of the diatstor, Mr. Williams
had hastoncd back to Glen
Mary, which if a few miles above
Drcnuon Springs, in probably the
most dangerous stretch of the rivet,
Mrs. Williams was unablo to tell
what amoui.t of insuruueu was carried
on the bout, but was possitive
that it would ntt cover tho Joss, as
the Pjrk City had been off the ways
but a few dtifn, uod was on her first
trip after having been put in complete
conversation, you can talk to Mai ion, ),ui !nr crew zot off in time. A big I " " " "
illackford, Clay, Dixon. I'rovideiioo, lojign ,. whisky weut duuu with the) BlICMeil'S ArilicaSalV9
boil- 700 case of Lottlcd fcOuds, The Best SfllVfl la The World.
HOMHAY KATKS now on. This notice., clipped and presented on or
befote Beoember'al, 1909, will le accepted an $14 part payment o
combined scholarship or $9 0 oo 6ingle scolnrship, at the Old Beliable
A. M. ROUSE, Manager, Paducah, Ky., 314-316 Broadway