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Hardwick & Company
Sole Agents for Queen . Quality and Walk-Over Shoes
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Walk-Over shoes combine style, comfort and
- quality, and badly fitting, clumsy looking shoes
spoil, the looks
wear well, feel
a b o u t th e m
try a pair and
are so popular. "The
is the eating thereof."
new and also in the staple
and regular shoes.
of many an ot
shoes look well,
well. Ask those
who wear them
Or better still,
learn why they
proof of the pudding
We have them in the
styles in both low-cuts
Queen Quality shoes-pretty, dainty, stylish,
comfortable, serviceable shoes.
If you have never worn
Queen Quality shoes try
them and learn why they
are the most popular of all
womens' shoes. We have
the new and popular Spring
and- Summer styles in ox
fords and pumps, also the staple Styles in oxfords
as well as the new and staple styles in boots
(regular shoes.) If we haven't what you
want will get it, as there are hundreds of Queen
Quality styles in our big catalogue to select from.
Remember that we also handle Hart Schaffner 8z Marx and Matchless Brand clothing. Stetson and Astor Brand
hats, caps, Arrow Brand shirts and collars, neckwear, silk and cotton hose and sox, millinery, underwear, J. J. C.
and American Beauty corsets, umbrellas, house dresses, middy blouses, skirts, night gowns, Pictorial Review pat
terns, dress goods, trimmings, trunks, suit cases, oil carpets, mattings, rugs springs beds cots mattresses chairs
'rockers, safes sewing machines wall paper diningfand center tables and oil and wood cook stoves.
We also have mowers, hay rakes, Bain wagons, base balls bats and gloves, saddles, harness, hardware,
queensware groceries, patent medicines, 4n fact, we keep as near as possible every thing every one needs.
If you are interested in new, up-to-date merchandise of quaity at low pries, quaity considered, give us a call
hos. Congletott and children,
of Lexington, visited his parents
Misses Gladys and Annie Welch
of Kosslyn, visited the Misses con
gleton last week.
Mrs. J. A. Bowen is still im
proving and is able to be about
the house again.
Miss Janie Fulks and Miss Bet
tie Prelilt, of Stanton, visited
friends here last Sunday and
Miss Lilly Knox has resfgned
and will not teach the school here
this year, but will accept a place
The new case of measles re
ported ut this, t i mo are four of
Joe Akers' children, one of Mart
Iford's and one of John WUburu's.
Miss Maxwell will return to
her home at Frieudville, Tenn.,
jiext week. She will be greatly
"missed as she has made a number
of warm friends here. Her sister,
Mrs. Oleson, will accompany her
and will remain fur a short visit.
Misses Ubi Shut tuck, Myrtle
Dennis, Oapitola Stewart and
Maude Maxwell, of Nadu, Maude
Hanks and Annie Bowen, of
Slade, Amy Wise, of Patsey,
Messrs. Ed. Ewen, Ureon Bowen,
Bron t Ewen and Alvin McDaniell,
wore visitors atGcprgeForkner's
We hope this year to see the
the whisky business wiped out
for good and want the people to
yotefor men they know are
against that nefarious trafic
which wrecks the lives of our
voung men Every sensible man
and woman who will stop to con
sider the question thoroughly
knows that whisky is the greatest
evil that we encounter. We
know of six boys hauled up be
fore last court for selling or giv
ing liquor to injurs,, while three
were tried fur murder, and whis
ky was the causo of it all. Why
not stop the sale aud manufact
ure of a thing so ruinous to our
homes and our children and get
after the real guilty persons and
not the boys who are snared by
roof on his house.
Prayer meeting every Thurs
day night at Dry Hidge.
J. W. Witt of Ruckerville is
vieiting relatives at this place.
Rev. M. P. Lowry filled his ap
pointment at Witt school-house
Snnd"ay, morning and night.
Dad To Have A Cold Hang On
- Don't let your cold hang on,
rack yonr system and become
chronic when Dr. Hell's Piue-Tar-Hney
will help you. It heals
tho nllammation, soothes the cough
and loosCns the phlegm. Your
breath easier at once. Dr. Bell's
Pine-Tar Honey is a laxative Tar
Syrup, the pine tar balsam heals
the raw spots, loosens the mucous
and prevents in itaipu, of the bron
chial tubes Just jet a bottle h
Dr. Bell's Pine, taw Honey to-dad,
its guaranteed to help you. . At
.Crowded out last week.)
Plenty of rain at present.
Iirge crowd attended court at
0. E. Musters is putting a new
Cleir Skin Comes From Within
It is foolish to think you can
gain d good clear complexion by
the use of face powder. Get at
the root of the trouble and thor
onghly cleanse the- system with a
treatment of Dr. King's New Life
Pills, Gentle ajid mild in action,
do nov, gripe, yet they relieve the
liver by their.action on the bowels.
Good, for Young, adults and aged.
Go after a clear complexion to-day.
25c. ; atyour.dryguisi.
Mr. &nd Mrs. Otis Powell have
gone to housekeeping.
Miss MiJarKriox has returned
from collegoXat"New Wilmington
Mrs. R. A. Barter visited with
friends inXoxJugton several days
- Mx Miltnderson of Clove
hud,', OhiOj'speat Sunday with
The Ladies. p'f the Aid gave an
Ice Cream Jupper ou Thursday
evouing which vtai a success.
' 'Mis8M,aullifMajcwelI of Friends.
ville.Tennfnpehdiug some time
wjth her slUrMrs. Victor Oleson.
Mrs. Tomlinson, of Bay City,
Michigan, has been spending a
couple of weeks with her son,
Mrs. Day has returned home
to her daughter Mrs. Spencer,
after spending some time in
Jason Bagley night watchman
is suffering from injuries received
from falling off the lumber docks
on Thurslay afternoon.
The children of the Sabbath
school were taken to Natural
Bridge Saturday, nnd veVy
pleasant day was spent.
CLEANING AND PRESSING.
I am ready to do your Clean
ing and Pressing. Good work
guaranteed and charges reason
able. Orders left with J. Bloom
will receive prompt attention.
Clay City Construction Co.
Clay City, Ky.
Contracting Brick Layers.--No
job too large-None too small
Lockhart & Goodwin,
OLAY CITY OAMPTON
WHEN YOU WANT
A SHAVE OR HAIR OUT
H. H. PHERICO.
For Good Bartering Try
A. P. Johnson
In Hie old stand, next to the Red
Shampooing, and Scalp Treatment
THE WINCHESTER BANK,
of Winchester, Ky.
Capital Stock $100,000
Surplus and Undivided
N. Holly Witherspoon, President.
W. R. Sphar Cashier.
YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED.
Fruit and Ornamental trees,
Shrubs, Grape Vines, Rhubarb, As
paragus, Peonies, Phlox, Roses, etc.
EVERY THING FOR ORCHARD,
LAWN AND GARDEN.
NO AGKNTS FREE CATALOGS
H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons.
A Modern Mystery.
Why do so many curiously assorted
couples choose the inconvenient bout
of 2 a. in. In which to hare their auto
mobiles wrecked? Chieaco New.