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HAND MADE GUARANTEED
That cost you no more
at our store than you
pay for the "other kind"
Whether it Rains or
Get one one of our
then you need
not worry about the
weather. We have them
BUCK, GRAY, TAN,
Boys Knee Pant Suits,
Extrt Pants, and Extra
Pants for Men at Prices
that will be very much
to your interest.
Dr. P. w. Nunn, Dentist Press BIdg.
0. 13. Loyd, of Fredonia, was in
For Rabbit and Poultry Fence
or the next thirty dajsgo to Olive
& Walker. They are over stcoked
and during this time you will get
Johnson Cridcr, of Fredonia, was
in towu Monday.
Misses Addio Frank and Clura
Hurloy, of Tolu, were tho guests of
Mrs. J. A. Farmer Monday.
Miss lva Hicklin, who has born
,.: for several days, is slowly improving.
Dr. F. W. Nu.in. Dentist Press Bid-Misses
Mabel Yandcll, Vert
Picket): and Jessie Croft, who are
attending Sayrc Institute at Lexington,
will spend the holidays at home.
For bargains in Garden, Poultry
and ltabbit Fencing, go to Olive &
Walker. They are overstocked and
for thirty days you can save money
by calling on them.
Tom Cameron, who has been tele
graph operator for the I. C. railroad
near Chicago for several months,
has arrived homo to spend Christmas.
Misses Mary Dcboc and
Hayncs, who aro attending
school in Nashville, will bo at homo
next week to spend the holidays.
Miss Ellis Gray, who has been in
St. Louis for the past four months,
will arrive next week to spend the
holidays with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. G. C. Gray.
BLUE GRASS STORE
With a Nice Line of Christmas Presents
You are invited to see same, and make purchases
to make glad the hearts of the little ones
who are always looking forward to the coming of
W THE LADIES are pecially invited to come
and see the display of DISHES, that make my
line of Holiday Goods the most complete I' have
ver had. Don't Forget the Christmas' Friday
C. S. GRASS.
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EVERY DAY THIS MONTH
i.i 1 Except the 12-19 and 26 is a Bargain Day at our store. No matter what day except these
three above mentioned you will find exceptional values throughout our entire line.
We want to Close out Every
this Month, so if you want a
Cloaks whether for Ladies,
dren Come Quick.
Hats and Caps
Ties, New and
Gold Trimmed Um-
Trunks and Suit Cases
Lion Brand Shirt&Collars
Wool and Silk
Both Plain and Guantlett.
Miss Ruth Cook, who is attendme
Sayrc Institute in Lexington, will
arrive Sunday morning to spend tho
holidays with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Kd Cook, of Hebron.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Nunn have
returned to town after spending the
summer at their country place, "The
Miss Annie Deac, Messrs. Gray
Rochester aud Virgil Moore, studonts
at tho State College, will spend tho
holidays at home.
Mrs. K. B. Moore, who has been
the guest of her son, Rev. E. S.
Moore, of Lebanon, Ky., returned
MEN WANTED: Laborers, pay
$1 40 per day. Carpcntors, $1.50
to $2.00. Special skilled carpenters
$2 25 to S2.50.
Rosiclare Lkad & Fluor Spar
Mines, Rosiclare, III.
Miss Frances Gray, who is attend,
iog University at
Evanston, III., is expected homo the
Brst of next week to spend tho
Prof Rasco, the efficient school
toachor at Emraaus, was in Marion
Saturday and whilo here called on us.
Wo aro always glad to so Prof.
HOUSE GlRL WANTED: By
Jan. 1st, house cirl to do cooking;
white German girl preferred. Nieo
permanent home. Referenco required.
A. H. Rked, Sup't Rosiclare
Lead & Fluor Spar Minos,
The Epworth League services on
last Sunday night, with Miss Maude
Flanary as leader and Luoiau Walker
as assistant, was a success in every
particular and despite tho unusually
bad night, there were quite a number
FOR SALE: Four mules, somewhat
old but serviceable. Eleotrical
equipment has ooablcd us to do
without mules for tram road sorvice,
aud would sell these mules cheap.
We would like to receive offers.
Rosiclare Lead & Fluor Spar
Mines. Rosiclare, III.
A regular "hog killing time" last
A new girl ot Carter McDowell's,
Most of tho tobioco in this section
sold at 3, G and 8 cents.
Levins now has two blacksmiths.
Como on with your repair work.
Cloak we Have
Real Bargain in
TAYLOR & CANNAN
Elder T. C. Carter was at his post
Saturday and Sunday but, on cccount
of tho rain, the congregation did not
Several real estate deals have been
mado in this section this fall. T. M.
LaRue sold his place to W. L. Taylor
and bought another from 0. G.
Threlkold. G. W. Eaton sold to
Mr. Hillyard. G. W. Conycr sold
to Charles Belmear; May Franklin
to Berry Allison; Mrs. White sold
to Carson Franklin, and E. M.
Eaton to Mr. Ladd and others are
Miss Dickie Rankin, Marion, was
a guest of Cal Adams and family
Mr. and Mrs. W, F. Bigham were
visitors at Mrs Essie Clement's last
Miss Ruby Bigham is recovering
from a severe attack of tonstlitis and
loss of voice.
Hojr killing is tho order of tho
day in this precinot.
Better get tho holes darned in
your old socks Santa Claus will
soon be round.
Bro. Miller, pastor of tho Baptist
church at Marion, preached at Chapel
Hill Sunday evening. He is a
fino preacher and gave us a good
J. T. Bigham had a line young
inulo to dio last week. The cause
of its early taking away is unknown
Elzy Eldor, sou of Charles Elder,
of Morganfield, was buried at the
Chapel Hill cemetery Friday. Ho
was taken siak at his homo hero with
rheumatism and was removed to
Morganfield whero he died in a few
days. The parents and relatives
have our sympathy.
John Sutherland, Marion, was in
this precinot last week looking up
Gid Dollar and Jim Boone, of
Prinooton, wcro boro looking at
tobacco last week.
Henry Rice, of Fredonia, was in
this precinct buying tobacco part of
Floor Size Rugs
Rugs 36 x 72
" 27 x 54
" 18 x 36
At Price That Defy Competition.
Extra Values in Lace Curtains
and Curtain Swisses
and Curtain Poles
B. F alker has been sick lor
some time but is impioving.
Charley Hayues and wife and
Miss Gustava Hayncs, of Marion,
were guests of James Fowler's family
Saturday and Sunday.
A conversation over the telephone
betweon Jim Fowler and Bob Elkins
was taken dowu in shorthand and
was as follows:
"Hello! Say, Jim, I've got me
"That so? Who'd you get him
"Got ira from Bob Foster."
"Oh, the Big Gray that holds his
head 15 feet in the air."
"Yes. You see I"
"But, Bob, how'll you get up on
'im? Thero's no fence high enough
for you to use as "
"Why, you see, Jim, I just climb
up on the barn and then jump off
onto tho horse."
"But you can't get"
"Oh, 1 won't get oH just keep
The good year of our Lord"1909
is vantshing into the overlastiog
past and we wolcoine tho ushoring
in of tha New Year 1910, and we
aro thankful that wo still move uod
have our boing and are 'still on
gaining ground. Wo wish tho good
editor and his estimable staff it very
merry Christmas and a happy New
Year. May Santa Claus fUl all your
socks to overflowing, and may the
star that shone o cr Bethlehem shed
its radiance upon you, Tho angel
voices which sang on that first
Christmas morning aro still singing
as of yore to all who care to listen
off the earth
Out of the Mud
and into a Pair of
You can find some hind of
Shoes most anywhere but
is the kind to buy. We have
them for Men, Women, Boys
and girls. 'Bnrro Jap7 Patent
Leather shoes are guaranteed
not to break before
the sole wears out. A new
pair if the do. For Good
SHOES COME TO US
BARGAINS THIS MONTH
to the good nn'ssagc of love, "Peace
on earth, good will to men."
YOUNG GIRLS ARE VICTIM S
of headach, as well as older women,
but all get quick relief And prompt
cure from Dr. King's New Life Pills,
the world's best remedy for sick and
nervous headaches. They make pure
blood, and strong nerves and build up
your health. Try them. 25 cents at
Jas. H. Orme's and Haynes & Taylor's
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Ladies Homo Journal $1.50
Saturday Evening Post $1.50
Woman's Homo Companion $1.25
If you want to subscribo or to renew
for these, see mo or tolcphone
159 S. Christinas a specialty. Nothing
nicer comes twelve times a year.
Mrs. Stella M. Haynes, Agent,
34 tf Mnrion, Ky.
LOOKING ONE'S BEST.
It's a womin's delight to look her
best but pimples, skin eruptions,
sores and boils rob life of joy.
Listen! Bucklen's Arnica Salve
cures them; makes them soft and'
velvety. It glorifies tho face. Cures
Pimples, Sore Eyes, Cold Sores,
Craokcd Lips, Chapped Hands. Try
it. Infallihlo for Piles 2Sc
J. II. Orme's and Haynes & Taylor's
The Crittenden Coal & Coke Co.,
a few miles North of SturgiB, in
Union county, of whioh R. L. Uoffy
was president, has been
and incorporated with $125,000,00
capital stock. The incorporators aro:
Samuel Marshall Evans, of
N, J ; W. Murray Saunders,
of Marion, Ky ; ?nd Edith M.
of Brooklin, N. Y.
Interstate Christmas Holiday Rates, one and
one third fare plus 25 cents for the round trip,
tickets on sale only on dates Dec. 17, 18, 21, 22,
23, 24, 25, 31 and Jan. 1, return limit, January
6, 1910. Minimum Fare On Dollar.
, Yours Truly,
W. L. VENNER, Agt.