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Many of the business men of
rUDLISUEt) fcVKRV THURSDAY.
Subscription-rates 81 ri year or three
Made In Modes of Travel In the U- hI plaopfttendcd c6urt a
nlted States Slnco the Days of Dan- otantori jAomty.
lei Boone and Davy Crockett.
Entered as second-class mail matter.
For the convenience of our Bub-
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Messrs. iforval Lyle and'Thos
Bhimfessol -started, for riiooiux
Arizona Mandar; Jan. 2.
Mr. and Mrev Clarence Estes
of Upper, HardwickVCreek, vis
ited friends' near Vauehn's
In the days of Dauiol Boone during Xma? Wjde,k.
anu .uavy urocKen nnu lvit uar-
son, travel to anu tnrouin) tlie
Palaces on Wheels: Srieed Like the
Wind Through Regions of Beauty
and Bloom While Chill Winter En
wraps the North.
Owing to, the bad day Sunday
a large crowd? was present at the
Christian .church. The announce
tnent for thee'venlng was post
A large crowd was present a
South was either on foot or horse
scribers, we have arranged club rates back add 'f ull df hardships. But
with the following papera'af prices todavTono'mnvJoave anv North.
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,rciu,,""""cu- ern cityand in a day" or two.
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iouisviiie commercial a . v . - - j i j -
TT.no.t i?nrm ilnwn iii n nart. nf'rlin fnnnt.rv was.sorved and the day was muc
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-wln'i'li will mnliAi liim rnti liia I enjoyed.
eyes and believe that winter
The Northern "Winter's Heart is Cold,
The Southlndd's Heart is Warm,
And in her fond and true embrace
We find u host of joys untold,
"Wo find an' ever present charm
Where AVinter has no place.
Winter means to the North
land, ice, snow, sleet and chill,
cold'and discomfort ; to the South
laud, blue and brilliant skies,
-'eniul airs and balmv sunshine,
the unrestricted pleasures of out
door life, scenery that. never fails
to enchant, foliage of perennial
green, uud flowers in perpetual
bloom. The abundant nnd dp-
light ful outdoor life of the South
ern winter is its clnefest charm,
attractive feature has least one dreaded disease thatsci
, Alter uoi. Koosevelt tells us
w'hat'is best to be done with the
abandoned farms he mayturn his
attention to the abandoned
"The ultimate consumer doesn't
exactly--appreciato that joke
about the fall in thp cost of liv-
"Many a nibuOs an automo
m.Je these days so as to set a
chance to toot his own horn.
II. M. Winburn has
back' to to this place.
Saturday and Sunday are reg
ular meeting days at the Baptist ad no
A fact thafisnot likely t,o wor
ry many newspaper men is that
the price of diamond is to be ad
When YotrtSee The Bell
On the bottle you have our guaran
tee that you are getting the best
cough and cold remedy. Dr. Bell's
Pine-Tar-llorteylicis millions of sat
isfied usern. At all dealers.
Ladies, when you give the lit
tie girls dolls tp'play with, please
see that they are not dressed iu
$ioo Reward, $ioo.
The readers oHhis paper will be
pleased to lean that there is at
Slielt McKinney will take
charge of W. (J. Patrick's store
at'Kimbrell February 1st,
'W. J. Burney. and son, Asa,
moved Monday to the latter'p
farm, giving R. A. Itirby posses
sion of the old homestead which
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Mr. Kirby moved Tuesday,
been has been overlooked or for- enco has been able to "cure in nil
gotten.' Golf may be played on its stages, and that is Catarrh
the finest links in the country; Hall's Catarrh .Cure is the only
tennis on clay courts kept in the positve cure now known to the
pink of perfection; surf bathing medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
in water at a temperature of 70 constitutional disease, requires a
degrees and above, riding, mot-- constitutional treatment. Hall's
oring over picturesque roads' Catarrh cure' is taken internally,
through tropical scerfery and on I acting directlyfafon the olood and
thenar d sand beach; vatching, mucous Butfaces of the Bystem'
rowing and fishing at sea and in thereby destroying the foundation
land locked waters; chair-wheel- of-the disease, and giving the pa
ing and bicycling on palm-lined tient Strength by building up the
Thos.'Snowden has moved to promenades and through tropical constitution and assisting nature in
the Authenile King farm
Everett Burton, of Blooming,
dale, has returned home-after a
woelt's visit at this place.
W. G. Patrick sold to D. B,
Hampton, of Winchester, 2-1 head
of steers at 23.50 per head.
Frank Conner, of Clark coun
ty, visited his brother, John
near Dry Ridge
jungles. Hie lmest climate iu' doing its "work. Tne proprietors
the world every day a June h'ave'so much faith in its curative
day, full of sunshine. For the powers that they offer One Hun
hunter, the South provides p'Vac- "dred Dollars for any cu8e that it
tically every feathered and fur- falls to cure. Send for dist of t "8
red creature from quail and imonials,
squirrels to wild turkey and Address
doer; and for the fisherman, a F. J. Cheney dt Co , Toledo, 0,
bewildering variety of game fish Sold by Druggists, 760.
irom the rainbow-hued trout to Tif rinii'c Ti,m!iG"Piii0 tnr ,.'.
nor .1 I m miN. I
"D tne majestic Tarpon, i noyueen Utipation.
cc urescent Koute lias made
Ihe auction of the stock of W. made it possible for the winter
G.Patrick Was fairly well at- traveler frim thn Nnrtli tn rnvnl
leuded but most everything sold iu luxurious "palaces on wheels",
very low. which speeds like the wind
J. D. Puckett. Mrs. Laura Hiir. thrSugh regions of beauty and
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nn and Mrs. Margaret Larisou u'oom. ine many rnnving cit
aro among Uio sick but all are e8 uttractivo resorts and histor
improving. ic points along the route iuake it
Ruf us Burton, of Georgetown. doubly cresting. With the
ratiiriuul linmo lnBt. Ki.,.wi,.v fUP superu express trains, electric
a few days visit with his rela- liR,,fe(l nnd equipped with the
tives here. latest, types or ruiiman drawing-
n D cj r tii. . roo,n state-room, club, library
ui,-c.i u. oioue, oi Illinois, is n,i nllnrnf;nn Din; ,-f
...mummi11j vlB'"KlH islittlo wonder that, so mnnv
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V.' V , :T ' " ms 8I8' tourists in thoNortherrt nnd mid
tor, Mrs. E. C. Dawson. ,nftfifnfo0 v;att n. fin..n. i, .1.1.
great railway systom. This road
Miss Jennie, have been visiting operates tlio finest trains in the
Mr. Wood's brothers at Hiirh United States between Oincin
Bridge and iraukfort the past nati, Ohio, and Jacksonville,
IWO WeOliS. Flnr d.i. nnd "Navi- HrlnnM Tmila.
Mr. JA N. Lurison hasbe-en up- nhd low round trip winter
pointed assistant Postinustor at tourist rates are being made from
this place uud will huvo charge ftU PtB along the line,
of the Postoflico and store for
Joseph Adams visited his uu
cle, John Ballard, of Black Oreokt
last Sunday. Ilis cousins, the.
Misses Ballurds returned home
with him for u few days visit of
their aunt. Mrs. Rosa Adams. 1
Our .Fall and Winter line of
'Walk-Over" shree are ready for
yoer iiiKptotion. We have all the
new lasts in patent leather, gun
metl, tan and in all kinds of calf
that Is uov 'used.
Hurdwick & Co.,
DID YOU EVER
STOP TO THINK
that every time you
SPEND A DOLLAR
not only tho dollar is gone,
on it -for yp- '
Better save that dollar and
the interest onv'ft'U8p68iting
it. with us in our"
1 Clay vGity
CAPITAL, HfW ' JTMOC SA N D
vi r s M-r - r maMMtmmu m j k mm i
Ladies' Cloaks, Skirts, Gaps
and Silk Petticoats.
Broken Lines, while they lasl: $1.50.
Boys9 Clothing, , Over
coats, Suits, and Fahihs.
Mrs. J. W. Williams;
mwu i ..... tw in
11 VI JJ fcl lUlliJUU
PROUD OF HER CAKES,
Bread and pies the woman is who
has made them from lions Milxs'
flour. Success in bread or oake
baking is always sure to follow,
when you ubc thiH high grade and
satisfactory flour, sold everywhere.
Mfg'd. .by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, $f.
F. A. LYON & SQNi
The X.otirtinc' Inmirnnoo Agents
o ;lfiaHtori Ko'ntuoky.
Eyerone who jkriows ahythihg.abouHnBurance know
I thoy are leaders in this line. j
FRUIT fUd ' HiOE
a , Everything tor
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