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THE ACAIK COUNTY mrwq
We Carry a complete line of Plaining Mill
Slock ready for use. A large assortment of
Windows, Doors, Roofing, Colonial Columns.
In fact we can furnish any part or all the
Wood, any grade desired, that is needed for
Building or Repair work. It will be to your
Interest to inspect our Stock and Prices.
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Fifth Avenue Hotel,
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modied. A First-class Hotel at Popu
lar Prices. Convenient to Wholesale
and Retail Districts, Churches and
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and good goods, il We
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See our 24 GaugeGalvanized Combined Cleats and Cap Roofing: put on
U like tin roof, without any nails exposed,
Q without anynails exposed, and is better
time'without painting. D We carry in stock V. Unmp and Corrugated Iron
Roonng,Gravel,lRubber and all kinds of Paper Roofing.
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than any tin roof. It will last a lifeQ
THAT ARE TOLD
How He Qualified.
Otto T. Bnnnard was praising the
vote of Increased salaries that the
Yale corporation at its recent meeting
"Our professors at Yale need good
salaries," said Mr. Bnnnard. "They
are good men. qualified men. They're
not like the cook of the One Horse ho
tel. "The One ITorse hotel belongs to the
western mining town of Tin Can. A
New York broker used to visit Tin
Can twice or tin-Ice a year, and usual
ly he found the accommodations at the
One Horse tolerable. The waiter, in
fact, was fairly good.
"But on his return to Tin Can in
'99 the waiter was gone, and the cook-
"WHAT A1!E YOTJtt QUAIjIFrCATIONS ?"
ing was so execrable that the broker
could eat nothing. He rose and peep
ed into the kitchen, and. lo and behold,
his old waiter was now the cook.
" 'Shotgun,' said the broker, 'you
used to be a fairly good waiter, but
what are your qualifications for a
" 'Qualifications?' said the other.
Why, didn't the boss tell you I'd got
varicose veins T "
Joseph II. Cboate, the brilliant law
yer of New York, deprecated at a re
cent dinner the exorbitant fees charg
ed by some lawyers.
"You have perhaps heard," said Mr.
Choate, "of the gentleman who re
marked to his counsel when his case
4 wen, your fee, sir, is exorbitant.
I know positively that you didn't give
two hours to my case from first to
" 'Ah, sir,' said the lawyer airily, 'it
Is not alone "my actual time I charge
you with, but the cost of my legal
training as well.'
"'All very line,' retorted the client.
'And now I wonder if you'd mind giv
ing me a receipt for the cost of your
legal training so that your next cus
tomer won't have to pay for it all over
MINCE PIE NEVER
A Youthful Admirer of the
Dainty Explains a Mishap.
JIaydr Frank J. Rice in a Thanks
giving speech at a newsboys' dinner in
New Haven praised mince pie.
"Mince pie," he said, "Is the crown
ing glory of a Thanksgiving dinner. I
am sure you will all agree with me
when I declare that it is impossible for
any one at any time ever to get too
much mince pie.
"Once upon a time a mother said to
her little son during the Thanksgiving
" 'Tommy, this is the last piece of
mince pie you can have.'
"Tommy frowned as black as a thun
dercloud. "'There was a little boy like you,'
his mother continued sternly, 'and he
ate mince pie, aiid he ate mince pie, and
finally he burst. Yes, he burst from
too much mince pie.'
"'No,' said Tommy. 'There's no
such thing as too much mince pie.'
" 'Then.' said his mother, 'why did
" 'There wasn't enough boy,' Tommy
.The Usual Role.
Charles M. Schwab in a recent in
terview in New York pointed out the
folly of ignorant speculation.
"The average man, with no knowl
edge of finance," he said, "has no busi
ness to speculate. Let him do so, and
his case is Jones' all over again.
"Jones stopped in at a garage one
morning to see about selling off his
"'I hear you've been speculating. on
the Stock Exchange, Mr. Jones?' the
gent said politely.
" Tes,' said Jones. 'Now, these cars,
understand, can be had cheap for
'"Were you a bull or a bear, sir?
isked the cgent
"'Neither,' said Jones gruffly. 'I
jras an ais.'"
IN THE REALM
The illustration shows the newest
things in neckwear that smart girls are
FKILIiS FOK GIIJLS.
wearing this season whh their tailor
made suits and negligee blouses.
Caution as to Fur.
Now that fur and inaribou are so
popular for trimming evening gowns
it may be well to give a word of cau
tion as to its arrangement.
For instance, the cuff of fur finishing
the short sleeves is exceedingly .fasci
nating when seen on the display figure,
but unless a woman has an especially
good figure it is seldom becoming, be
cause the bands cut the figure and in
cidentally shorten it. When one is
in doubt the better plan will be to take
a narrow fur and trim the sleeve in
snake fashion, starting at the lower
edge, midway between the Inner seam
of the sleeve and the outward edge of
the arm, passing under the latter and
appearing again in the front, an inch
or more above the lower edge.
The upper band stops about two
inches from the inner seam of the
Tiny rosettes or fancy jeweled but
tons may finish the ends of the fur.
All the pretty puffs which have been
the delight of girls who like to dress
their hair elaborately must vanish into
oblivion, for Dame Fashion now de
crees a marked change in coiffure.
Little curls are coming in little curls
across the forehead, in the nape of the
neck, and if not in either of these
places they 'must appear in little clus
ters at the back of the head.
If a girl has not naturally curly hair
this fashion is going to give her a
great deal more trouble than the puffs
have, but it Is an agreeable change,
and curls are bewitching things, giving
a softness t the face which is im
YE MODISH MUFF
Cushion Muff With Turned Back
Ends on Smart Model.
The importance of the muff to com
plete a smart toilet grows each year
in proportion to its size, and in the
present season, when the largest muffs
on record are being carried, hardly a
fashionable woman is seen without
The writer was told recently by a
modiste that the latest Paris idea for
the velvet "cushion" muff, with ends
turned back to reveal the silk lining, is
to have detachable linings which can
be slipped ou easily to match a partic
ular note of the frock. The ends of
these linings are fastened with elastic,
which keeps them In position when
turned back cuff-wise over the muff.
Tails on fur muffs are longer and
more plentiful than ever, and In some
cases the muffs are made entirely from
An interesting innovation Is the
evolution of the long flat muff Into a
cylindrical shape. This is a revival of
the old fashioned rounded muff, but it
is the first time that this shape has
been used for long muffs.
The feather toques which have been
such a feature of the early autumn are
being imitated in muffs. Almost every
species of game bird Is used for the
purpose, and stoles are made to match.
Making a Felt Hat New.
A light felt hat that has been packed
away, if in fairly good condition, may
be made fresh by first removing any
dust that may have gathered on it and
then by rubbing In French chalk or
A soft toothbrush Is excellent for
applying this powder. The powder
should be left on overnight; then
shaken off and the process repeated if
Dark felt hats may be brightened by
wiping with a cloth wrung out of hot
water and ammonia.
Felt hats in delicate colorings can be
cleaned by rubbing with fuller's earth,
making it first quite hot. Fine oat
meal will also answer the purpose.
Beavers This Year.
More fashionable than the long nap
or furry beaver are those that have
shorter fur and are smooth and shiny.
These are called silk beavers, and
very beautiful indeed they are. Some
times the under part of the brim is of
velvet, usually black, and the top part
is another color or may be black, as
one prefers. The top part, however,
Is of this lustrous silk beaver, and the
crown is usually composed of the same
These hats make charming picture
hats and are exquisite when trimmed
with sweeping plumes.
The following is the program
of the Musical Association to be
held at Jamestown, Russell coun
ty, SKy., the second Sunday in
9:00. Opening exercises.
Welcome Address, Lilburn
Response, I. M. Grimsley.
Solo by Mrs. 0. D. Smith.
Reading the minutes of the
Benefit of music,;V. S. Knight
and John B. Burton.
Solo, "Face to Face," Mary
Music as acultural exercise,
Solo, Rucker P Grimsley.
Discussion of minor scale, I.
M. Grimsley and A. G. Coffey.
Song led!byJames Kerns.
Which notation, Joe Carnes
and Ben H. Burton.
Quartet bylthe town choir.
Rule to find thejkeyjnote in all
the keys, Evie B. Bryant and
What i s note2 "reading? Joe
Stone and James Kerns.
Why changethe signature in a
piece of music ?Stewart Rexroat
and Denney Grimsley.
Topic ofhislown selection, F.
Everyoneis invited to come.
Come to benefit others. Come
to be benefitted. Teachers are
invited to comeand bring their
classes and give us a quartet, a
Committee on program, L. 0.
Phelps, F., J. Hughes, James
Kerns. Dennie Grimsley Secy, '
If thereisianyargument in
: favor of letting college boys
.hazel themselves it must that
, they need to get out of their
Euds Winter's Troubles.
To many, winter is a seasonjof trouble
The frost bitten toes and'fingers, chap
pert hands and lips, chilblains, cold
sores, red and rough skins, prove this.
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est healer of Burns, Boils, Piles, Cuts,
Sores, Eczema and Sprains. Only 25c
at Paull Drug Co.
After a man discovers how
little he knows he begins to
suspicion that possibly others do
notknowjas much as thevclaim.
Did you ever know aman who
would wait for dinner at home
as cheerfullylaslhe waits for
bum free lunch tobe served.
There are a hundred times in a
man's life when he longsto be in
a position to go out and slam the
door, and neveivcome back
Saved Prom Awful.
How an appalling calamity is his fam
ily was prevented is told by A. D Mc
Donald of Fayetteville, N. C. R. F. D.
No. 8. "My sister had consumption,"
he writes, "she wasjvery thin and pale,
had no appetite and seemed to grow
weaker every day,as?all remedies failed
till Dr. King's New Discovery was tri
ed, and so completely cured her, that she
has not been troubled with a cough
since. Its the best medicine I ever saw
or heard of." For coughs, colds, la
grippe, asthma, croup, hemorrhaga-all
bronchial troubles, it has no equal, 50c,
$1.00. Trial lottlefree. Guaranteed by
Paull Drug Co.
A good many men have been
disappointedlbecause of the fail
ure of a college diploma to make
a living for them.
There are two occasion when
women count on their fingers,
one of them is when they.hear a
widower is to be married.
L & N. Time Card
In effectMonday. Dec 31. 1008.
Fbain Lv. Louisville Ar. Lebanon
Mo. 27 7:00am 9:42am
No. 23 8:15 am 101 am
No. 79 5:05pm 7:40pm
Ho 21 8:00 pm 10:00 pm
Vo. 93. .'. 620 pm 9:00 pm
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o.23 420pm 6:55pm
Jo. 22 6.2Spm 8:15 pm
Jo. 92 722 am 10:15 am
Nos. 92 and 93 are Sunday trains only.
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Good Sample Roome
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Special Attnetin t F)es
Fistulo, Poll-evil, Spavin or any sur
gical work done at fair prices 1 am
well fixed to take care of stock. Mon
ey due when work is done or stock
removed from stables.
LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RE5IEENCE.
ON BURK5VILLE STREET.
Res. 'Phone 29.- Office 'Phone 40-!
Dr. James Triplet
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OFFICE, FRONT ROOMS IN
'PHONE NO. 40, RING 3.
Joseph H. Stone,
3 Will practice in
this and adjoining counties.
Jamstown, -: Kentucky,
DR. M. E. JONES
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist,
Special attention given to Dentlstrj '!s
ases of the Eye. Poll Evil. Fistula, ai . all
other Diseases which visits Dumb Bru .
Has lanre barn near 31. Antle's bli -i on
Bomar Heights. Office In barn.