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I LOCAL NEWS.
M(. Durban, representing H. E.
liucklen & Co., of Chicago, was
Mr. J. J. McGregor found an
umbrella Sunday as ha wan return
ing from llie funeral. He says the
owner can have it by identifying.
Singing again tonight at the
M. E. Church, South. The plan
is to have choir rehearsal each
Thursday night. All singers in
vitcd to attend and take part.
Rev. R. M. Wheat will preach
again Sunday next, morning and
" evening, at the M. E. Church,
South. The holding of quarterly
j. meeting with the Earlington con
gregation last Sunday has put three
.$i consecutive Sunday services at
jt- that church.
Rev. Geo. H. Hayes, presiding
elder of the Henderson district,
M. E. Church, South, held the
first quarterly meeting for the year
on the Earlington and Ncbo circuit
here last Saturday and Sunday.
He also held his first quarterly
meeting for the Madisnnville sta
tion on the same days, preaching
here Saturday and Sunday morn
ings and at Madisonville in tnc
The Bachelor Maids met with
Misses Dourland Saturday even
ing, at 7 30. Miss Celeste Moore
read a paper, the subject of which
was, "All things come round to
him who will but wait." It was
discussed at some length, as
were also various other subjects.
Then followed plans and sugges
tions for future work, games, etc.,
'and all the girls declared they had
spent a pleasant evening.
Rev. 1. II. Teel, pastor of the
Earlington congregation, Christian
church, was home Monday after
holding a meeting in the pros
perous little town of Pembroke.
He had ten additions to the Pem
broke congregation. Mr. Teel re
ports that town as thriving and
' mentioned as among new improve
ments and projected industries the
the' fine new Methodist church and
the wagon factory and machine shop
' about to be erected, and the factory
for the manufacture of table sauces
which is to be established. Mr.
Teel has now gone to Wallonia,
Trigg county, to hold another
Dr. R. T. Dishman, of Spring-
- field, Tenn., will he in Earlington
j'jon Tuesday, November 22nd. and
- will remain two weeks, prepared
to do all kinds of Dental Work on
the most scientific principles.
Satisfaction guaranteed' Terms
Prof. C. G. Pfatenhauer has com
pleted some new musical composi
tions which he will probably pub
lish ut an early date, and he is in
coi respondent:: with music plate
makers. He has heretofore put
out some quite attractive music,
und the indications arc that his
latest compositions arc his best.
Admiral Sampson, in an after
dinner speech, said,
"Ladies, our arms arc your de
fense, Your arms arc our rccompcnscl"
And then some people say that
man docsnt know his business!
"Go Honl" Society Times.
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WE WANT YOUR TRADE.
THE CAREFUL IV)N CAN AYj
"'pate cqnnot, hurt; met I have downed (o-day a
Shoe that's all a Good Slipe should be. Here arc
combined FIJI SfyeJ EconornyJIU'
TJHE footwear problem is not so difficult as
1 jt seems if taken in the right way. Con
fidence in the seller and confidence in the
Shoe together is a combination hard to beat.
We stand right behind the Shoes We Sell you.
for Qod Shocst ancj he mak,er of them stands
rjghtheliin"4us. Assortment not surpassed.
Style at the top, Prices at the bottom
Our Fall and Winter Shoes are now In,
BISHDP & COMPANY,
The Third Kentucky Regiment,
U. S. V. stopped a short while at
Bowling Green Saturday, on their
way to Columbus, Ga., where they
go to enter winter camp. The la
dies ot Col. Smith's home gave the
boys lunch, and a general ovation
was tendered them by the people
of Bowling Green and many visit
ing Kcntuckians from this .end of
the State. Among the visitors
were Messrs. D. A. Morton, II. H.
Ilolcman, Orlcah Pritehctt, of
Madisonville, Mrs. T. W. Gardi
ner, of Ilo'pkinsvillc. Eldrcd
Davis, while doing guard duty at
a car door was compelled to knock
down, with the butt of his gun, a
private who insisted on going out
of the car door against orders.
At Nashville the colored cook of
Co. F., Owcnsboro fell under the
train and both legs were cut off.
It was not John, Capt. Burch
field's cook, as was at first feared
Lieutenant Paul P. Price, with a
detachment of men, was left at
Lexington to put things to rights
on the abandoned camp situ before
proceeding to join his regiment.
Mrs. Lcnna Holt, wife of Mr.
Ed Holt, formerly of this place,
died of a pulmonary affection, Fri
day night, November 11, 1898, at
her home in Nashville, after a lin
gering illness.' The remains were
interred in the Earlington ceme
tery Sunday morning, November
13th. The deceased was a daughter
of. Mrs. S. A. Cordicrand a sister
of Dr. ' Albert Cordicr, of Kansas
City, Mo., Eugene Cordicr, of Han
son, Ky.,Mrs.J. T. Deall, of Nash
ville, Tenn., Mrs. Dick Williams
of Empire, Ky., and Mrs. Lillian
Beall, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. The
deceased had many friends in Earj
ington. Mad Cow Attacks a Boy.
A small boy, son of Mrs Manus,
who teased a cow with a young calf
by flaunting a red string before her
one day last week, in the lot of the
St. Bernard office stable, was
chased by the enraged animal, and
only the timely arrival of help pre
vented a terrible accident. The
boy escaped but in her rage the
cow knocked off one of her horns.
She had the child down at one time.
The cow was a valuable Jersey and
the property of Mrs. J. B. Atkin
son. Went to the Flower Show.
Mr. M. B. Long and wife, Mr.
Toombs and wife, Miss Cc-
leste Moore, Paul M. Moore, of
Earlington; and Miss Eula Long,
Mrs. John Long, Mr. and Mrs. I.
Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Ross,
Miss Morton, Mrs. James B. Ross,
Mrs. W. P. Rocs, of Madisonville,
were among the visitors last week
to the Evansvillc Flower and
Chrysanthemum Show and Music
Statu of Ohio, Citv ok Toledo, J
Lucas County. . JM'
Frank J. Ciienky makes oath ibat ho is
lbs senior partner of (be firm of P. .
Ciiknky & Co., doing business in the City
of Toledo, County and Stale aforesaid, and
that said firm wilt pay the sum of ONE
HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and
every case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Curb.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before mo and subscribed in
my presence, this 61b day of December, A.
, - J A. W. GLEASON,
j seal, y Notary Public.
Ilalt'n Catarrh Cure is taken internally.
and acts directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces ol t .0 system, bend for testi
P. J. Ciienbsy & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
It is estimated that the Dead
Sea, lying in the hottest region of
the globe, loses 1,000,000 tons of
water a day by evaporation.
.i. Otto' Spruce Gntn Balsam the moat
iiirAKant and reliable remedy for coughs, colds.
Tuiip, and alt soreness ot the throat, chest and
oub. Largo bottles, 26c and 50c.
Sold by St. Bernard Drug Storo.
IP YOU WANT IT. !
vnii nie hYnnrnr i maiv
And Beautiful Weather, Where
the Invalid Qnlns Hope and
Health and Strength.
Dear Mn. Editor:
When one has nothing to do and
a fairly good excuse for doing it, it
is a mighty hard matter for him to
do something. For a long time, I
have been laying off to write a few
lines for The Bee, but as my doctor
insisted that I should do nothing,
I have had a good excuse for put
ting on tins pleasant task-, l am
writing without the aid of encyclo
pedia or almanac, and if I do not
appear to know much, you may
know the reason why.
I am on a ranch, or farm as we
would call it in Kentucky, forty
seven miles south of Denver and
two miles from the Denver and Rio
Grande railroad and at an elevation
of about 7,200 feet. We are about
?,ooo feet higher than Denver and
1,000 feet higher than Colorado
Springs. The air here is exceed
ingly pure, light and dry. Nothing
decays, but everything dries up.
Wheat stubble cut in September is
as bright today as when cut. Grass
on the prairie cures into excellent
hay; range cattle fatten on it
through the winter. The dead an
imals of the farm arc never buried,
but arc dragged off a short distance
and no offensive odor ever arises
from them. There arc no buzzards
here. Coyotes arc the scavengers,
coming into the yard at night and
picking up what refuse there may
be suiting their taste.
The farming season here is so
short that farm products are lim
ited to hay, wheat, oats and pota
toes. These all do well. Wheat
averages about iGoo pounds to the
acre; oats about 1200, and pota
toes about 3000 pounds without ir
rigation. These yields arc easily
doubled where the land is irrigated.
The soil is black and sandy and in
some places is filled with coarse
gravel. No' fertilizer is used.
Manure from the barn is dumped
into the creek, piled in some out
of the way place or used to repair
the public roads. No fruits arc
grown here. Cabbages, beans,
peas, carrots and turnips arc about
the only garden products. These
do much better than. I have ever
The nights arc always cool.
Blankets remain on the beds
throughout the year. I use no more
covering now than I did in Aug
ust. Snow the first of September
and the first of May is expected.
Sunny days arc always pleasant if
the wind docs not blow. The pre
vailing wind Is from the South and
is always cool and disagreeable.
All winds here arc quite cool. The
wind from tlie South is so strong
and so constant that the branches
of our shade trees all incline to
wards the North.
Cattle raising and dairying arc
important industries. This ranch
includes about xaoo acres and sup
ports 150 head of cattle, shorthorns,
msinly, and Galloways. About fifty
cows are milked now, giving from
two to six gallons of milk a day.
No butter except for home use is
made. The milk and cream are
shipped to market. .Soon after
birth the calf is taken from its
mother and fed on warm skimmed
milk from a bucket. Calves at a
year old sell for about 25 a head
and at three years old sell for $45;
milk cows from Go to $100. This
gives some idea of the profit in cat
tle raising. It cost very little to
winter them here. Shorthorns are
the popular breed because they arc
good milkers and make most excel
lent beef, are hardy and grow rap
idly. They weigh from 800 to
1200 pounds. There arc few more
beautiful sights than a herd of
shorthorn cattle air red with a few
white spots, or roans with red ears.
All horned cattle arc dehorned.,
either as calves by pinching the
horns off or sawing them, off when
Drinking water here is excellent
always- cqld. I thought some
weeks ago that your genial "hoss
editor" might come out to spend a
few weeks with me. He is my good
friend'and for his sake I instituted
inquiries, and found that the "fire
water" of this region is also good,
and when mixed with this cold
spring water, lemons, etc., no ice
is necessary to make a medicine
that is really palatable.
The atmosphere here is exceed
ingly clear. We arc twenty miles
from the Forth Worth railroad and
on still days we can clearly see the
smoke of up-grade going freight
trains. Objects miles away appear
to the average Easterner to bo but
a short distance. The only trouble
some insects here arc house flics.
They are very numerous, and
nearly every cabin cverris supplied
with screen doors and windows.
The scenery here is lovely. I
have never seen such beautiful sun
sets or cloud banks of such gor
geous colors. The mountains arc
grand and to the weary, care-worn
invalid arc a blessing, indeed.
There is in the world no better
place than this in which to rest
and grow strong. The first two
weeks I was here I gained seven
pounds in flesh. In something over
three months I have gained more
than twenty pounds, have lost a
troublesome cough, am bright-eyed,
full-faced and vigorous. I came
here almost a bed-ridden victim of
tubcrcolsis. This week I go on
the road drumming for a Denver
school supply house.
My experience gives some idea
of what this climate will do for the
consumptive, the weary and worn
who come here in time.
Now, Mr. Editor, what I have
said applies simply to my own sur
roundings and of course to a very
small area of this large State.
With very best wishes for The
Bee and all its readers, I am, Mr.
Editor, Yours truly,
. E. Kemp,
I. J. Noes Ranch,
A Narrow Escape.
Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada E.
Hart, of Grotoc, S. D. "Was taken with
a bad cold wbicb settled on my lungs;
cough set in and finally terminated in
Consumption, Four3octors gave me up,
saying I could live but a short time. I
gave myself up to my Savior, determined
if I could not stay wilb my friends on
earth, I would meet my absent ones above.
My husband was advised to get Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds. I gave it a trial, took in all
eight bottles. It has cured me, and thank
God, I am saved 'and now a well and
healthy woman." Trial bottles frrr at Si.
Bernard Drug Storo. Regular size 50c.
and $1.00. Guaranteed or price refunded.
At the business session of the
quarterly meeting held on Satur
day at the M. E. Church, South,
this place, the following board of
stewards was elected for the Earl
ington congregation: E. E. Stodg
lull and Thos. Wooten, re-elected;
J. W. Twyman and W. O. Toy.
Following is the board chosen
for Nebo: John F. Jones, George
Eudaley, Mr. Crowdcr, re-elected;
Dr. Ferguson. John F. Jones was
elected district steward.
The Eagle, Kins ol all Dlrdj,
is noted for its keen sight, clear and dis
tinct vision. So are those persons who
use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve for weak
eyes, styes, sore eyes of any kind or granu
lated lids. Sold by alt dealers at 25 cents.
Tobacco Sales at Owensboro.
Owcnsboro, Ky., Nov. 14. Fa
vorable weather caused another
rush of tobacco, 1898 crop, to-day.
Most of it went direct to factories,
but seyenty-mne loads were sold
at auction. Ihe best leaf and
lugs sold for eight dollars and
trash for one dollar; uniformly ex
cept one load, which brought two
dollars per hundred.
That Throbbing Headache
Would quickly leave you, if you used
Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands of
sufferers have proved their matchless
merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches.
They make pure blood and strong nerves
and build up your health. Easy to take.
Try them. Only 33 cents. Money back
it not cured. Sold by St. Bernard Drug
Miles Rippey, aged 64 years, liv
ing at Hecla mines, died of remit-
tant fever Monday night about 9
9 o'clock. The remains were in
terred at trie Earlington cemetery
Monday afternoon. The deceased
was the step-father of Wes Cody,
The following letters remain uncalled
for in the Earlington postoffice, and will be
sent to the dead letter office unless called
Arnold, Mr. J.:
Dukes, Miss Dora;
Fuller, Mr. Ben;
McGregory, 1. P.:
Buckner, Mrs. Lucy;
Bradley, Mrs. Rossie;
Fox, Arthur J.;
Gaitber, Mr. James;
Hunter, Miss Maggie;
Hampton, Mrs.Laura Long, Thos. O. .
Purnell, Miss Sidney;
Smiib, Mr. Tomie;
Stevens, Elizabeth P.;
Wilbert, J. H.
Parker. O. S.;
Parker, Jo J.;
Stored, Miss Bale;
Vickery, Mr. Wm.
Willisms. T. H.;
C. G. Ron.iNs.qN, Postmaster.
Bttr Hq A Kiendllie qol Mtof.
5o4 health (s nrce1es.B wheo once lost,
Uen yon bTP a allgllt cold or con or U luveat
uina bottle of Dr. Otto's Sorace Gum Dal-
MWithe returns art crreaterthanabalflnterest
In an Alatka goldmine, as froldcauuot buy lott
Bedim, ucwars ui a siur m cow.
Sold by St. Bernard Drug btore.
Benefit Public Libraries.
Captain Richard Kecnc, the
late war correspondent of the New
York Times, will deliver an illus
trated lecture in Earlington at As
sembly Hall, Saturday night Nov.
iq. He will relate his experiences
with the army and over 30 homor-
oua and patiiettc incidents of
camp life, describing the fights he
witnessed at Santiago. Also 1G0
views ot toreign lands will be
Admission; adults 25 cents, chil
dren 10 cets. Tickets on sale at
St. Bernard Store.
Coughed aj Years.
I suffered for 25 years with a coueb. and
spent hundreds of dollars with doctors and
(or medicine to no avail until 1 used Dr.
Bell's Pine-Tnr-Hgney. This remedy makes
weak, longs strong. It has saved my life.
J. B. Roseil. Graotsburg, III.
Go tcj. Young's for nice repair
work ot-our shoes.
Boiler House Destroyed and Con
tents Damaged Last Week.
Claim Already Settled by
On Wednesday night of last
week, the gth instant, about 8
o'clock a small blaze occurred at
Crahtrec mines which destroyed
the boiler house at the tipple of
the Crabtrcc Coal Mining Com
pany's mine and damaged the con
tents. It was the boiler that sup
plied the power to propel the
machinery of the shaking screen,
but was not very near the tipple
structure and the latter escaped
damage. The loss was covered by
insurance. The company was not
interrupted in its work but loaded
coal right along, using the bar
screens until they could again put
steam power behind the shakers.
On Tuesday the claim was set
tled and the loss paid in full by
the Royal Insurance Company
through Paul M. Moore, resident
agent at Earlington, before the
los3 was a week old. The amount
paid was 235.38.
Messrs. Barnctt & Arnold, liv
erymen and horse dealers of this
city have advertised a big sale of
horses to be held at Madisonville
next Saturday the 19th instant and
at Providence the following Mon
day, 21st. Mr. Barnctt and Mr.
Geo. Lynn have been in St. Louis
for some days getting the run of
the market and purchasing such
stock as is most desirable for this
section. There will be some mules
in the lot also.
Spain's Greatest Need.
Mr. R. P. Olivia, of Darcelona, Spain,
spends his winters at Aiken, S. C. Weak
nerves had caused severe pains in the
back of his bead. On using Electric Bit
ters. America's greatest Blood and Nerve
Remedy, all pain soon left him. He
says this grand medicine is what his coun
try needs. All America knows that it
cures liver and kidney trouble, purifies
the blood, tones up the stomach, strength
ens the nerves, puts vim, vigor and new
life into every muscle, nerve and organ of
the body. If weak, tired or ailing you
need it. Every bottle guaranteed, only
50 cents. Sold by St. Bernard Drnggist.
Wants the Whole Town.
The widow of George L. Helm
has brought suit through Attorney
W. E. Garth, of Bowling Green,
involving 750 acres of land in Mc
Lean county, including the whole
town of Sacramento. The widow
claims her husband disposed of this
property without her legal consent.
Weak Byt5 are Made Strong,
dim vision made clear, styes removed and
granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind
speedily and effectually cured by the use
ot butneriana s uagle Eye salve, it s put
np in tubes and sold on a guarantee by all
Worth a Million to Lexington.
Lexington, Ky., Nov. 11. Con
servative business men estimate
that the encampment of troops
here during the past three months
has been worth $1,000,000 to Lex
ington in trade. This estimate in
cludes the money spent by the
Government, by the soldiers and
officers and by visitors who came
because the soldiers were here.
A Frightful Blunder
Will often cause a horrible Burn, Scald,
Cut or Bruise. Buckltn's Arnica Salve
the best in Ihe world, will kill the pain
and promptly heal it. Cures Old Sdres,
Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Felons, Corns,
all bkin eruptions, uest me cure on
earth. Only 35 cts. a box. Cure guaran
teed. Sold by St. Bernard Druggist.
The boys arc still booming the
Thanksgiving ball and say pros
pects are very bright for a good at
tendance and a happy time.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund money it it fails to
cure. 25c. The genuine has L. B. Q. on
11. H. Crablree, who has been suffering
wilb blood-poison for some time, is able to
be out again, and bis friends hope for
his speedy recovery. He was bitten
slightly on the band by a dog four weeks
ago, the bite developing into blood-poison.
The local sportsmen are wilb us now.
Tobacco selling is on in earnest; sales
reported are) It. D. Poole, $7, $7, it; E.
V. Fox, JG around; Waverly Hibbs, $6.35
around; F. M. Webster (7, $7, $1, More
has been sold at different pices, those
quoted above being the highest. Some
are dancing to Ihe tune of "hain't sold
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Tho Kind You Have Always Bought
Signature of C&a&jlffflfy&K
W. R. Smith's College,
Lexington, Ky., ii where hundreds of
clerks, farmer boys and others have invest'
ed $Co to $90 for tuition and board for an
education and are now getting $1,000 and
over a year. Head ad. and keep this notice
for reference. Remember that in order
your letters may reach this college, address
only Gen. W. R. SMITH, Lexington. Ky.
The United States has 47,668
coke ovens; Pennsylvania, 26,910.
OUR OUARANTED tlQO.OO IN OOLO.
1Y will pay One IlundreJ Dollars In Gold Jof
ny and ercry case of cougU and colds Truer
no benefit Is derived from the ox of Dr. Otto's
tlpruce Rum llalsam. It contains nothing In.
lurlous and la so pleasant to take. Uevrare at
Sold by St. Bernard Drugstore.
Young's shge shop, quick repairs
I In constant pain when on
your feot 7 !
Is that dragging, pulling'
sensation with you from morn
till night ?
Why not put tho medicine
exactlyoatho diseaso ? Why
knot apply the euro right toj
Jtho spot itself? i
t You can do it with i
Immediately after tho
Piaster is applied, you feel
us warming, soothing in-.
ffluenco. Its healing remedies
f quickly penotrato down deep
into tho inflamed tissues.
Pain is quieted, soreness is re
lieved and strength imparted
No plaster was ever made like If.
No plaster ever acted so quickly
and thoroughly. No plaster ever
bad such complete control over nil
kinds of pain.
Tlaced over tho chest it is
a powerful aid to Ayer"s
Cherry Pectoral ; relieving
congestion and drawing out
for ai.k nv Air. tinro(iiTi
J. V. AVr.K tO.. I-OKOIJ,
To Be Given by the Public School
Next Wednesday Evening.
Below is given the programme
of the Thanksgiving entertainment
to be given by the Public School,
on next Wednesday evening, No
vember 23, at the Christian church.
The exercises will begin at 7:0
o'clock. All patrons arc especially
Addresses Carrie Atkinson
and John Myers.
Bible Reading David Cowell.
Recitation Marvin Evans. .
Recitation Ola Shaver.
Origin of Thanksgiving Eleven
Recitation Virginia McGary.
Recitation Hazel Fawcett.
Recitation May Peyton.
Recitation Katie Robinson.
Recitation Jimmie Keele.
A chat about Thanksgiving Llttlle
Recitation Georgia Wyatt,
Recitation Roy Peyton.
Song Older boys.
The Little Gleaners Six girls.
" Recitation Earle Peyton.
is the forerunner to consumption. Dr
Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey will cure it. and
give such strength to the lungs ibat a
cough or a cold will not settle there,
Twenty-five cents at all good druggists.
YonjiR's new shoe shop for anv
honest, serviceable and fine shoes
The meeting at Atkinson's school
house conducted by Rev's. Smith and
Pendley closed Tuesday night.
Old uncle Allen Mcintosh, ot this city is
very low at this writing.
Mr. Bet Stanley and family moved to
our town a few days ago.
Mrs. Mattie Mcintosh and sisters Rillia
and Lee visited friends and relatives near
Nortonville Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Belle Oldham spent last week wilb
Miss Maggie Oates near Nortonville.
Little Miss Goldie Vandiver is very sick.
Mr. Dilmus Mcintosh went to Crotton
Mr. Joe Vandiver and family of Madi
sonville moved to ibis city last week.
Dr. Oates is on the sick list. N
Mr. Wes Gunn, ol Richland, will move
to this city in the near future.
Mr. Gus Mcintosh and sister went to
Pleasant Hill Sunday night to preaching.
There will be a dance in this vicinity in
a short time.
Dilmus Mcintosh attended prayer meet
ing at Cale Chapel Sunday night.
Mr. Lawrence Smith and Roland Van
noy, of Hopkinsville, are visitinc friends
and relatives in this vicinity this week.
Buck Shaver is home on a thirty
days' sick lievc, after having re
covered from a two months' illness
with typhoid fever. Buck looks
thin but is surely recovered and
will be "fat and sassy" again be
fore time to return to his regiment.
He has been at Fort Thomas for
the past several weeks.
Billie Hewlett was out again
Tuesday after being confined to
the house for some days.
of the I'htllipines" by
IWIIERE for "Tlie story
WHERE for "The Story
Mu rat Ilalitead. commissioned bvibofinvi-m
roent ss Official Historian lo Iho War Department.
The book was written In army camps at San Fran
cisco, on the Pacific wilb General Merrill, in the
hospitals at Honolulu, in Hong Kong, In Ihe
American trenches at Manila, in Ihe insurgent
camps with Agulnaldo.on tuedeck of the Olympla
with Dewey, and In the roar ot battle at the fall of
Manila. Ilonanta for agents, Brimful of Original
pictures tsken by government photographers on
the spot. Large book, Low prices, lilt; profits.
Freight paid. Credit given. Drop sll trashy un
official war books. Outfit fren. Address, 1', T,
garber, Secy., Star Insuranco Uldg., Chicago,
Old Depot Being Demolished.
be Replaced by c New
Mr. T. E. Lulz, the I. C. agent
Monday for the South. He will be gone
about one month. Mr. Reynolds will fill
his place while be is absent.
Mrs. Farmer, of White Plains, visited
Mrs. Farmer here Sunday.
Miss Brown, tho" Norlonville school
teacher, was visiting her home Sunday at
Tho people of thi3 placo are glad one
time more as the carpenters have begun
tearing down the old depot and will soon
erect a new one. The old structure has
been an oyc-sore to tho traveling public for
many years and everybody will be grateful
for a new one.
Mr. Geo. Woosley, of Sinking Fork, Ky.,
passed through our town Monday enroute
Mrs. Fannio Tefft, of our city was In
Madisonville Monday shopping.
Mrs. Oglesby, of this neighborhood
died Sunday night Nov. 13th. The fu
neral services and Interment Tuesday.
Geo. R. Stiller, tho I. C, baggage mas
ter, made a flying trip to Manninglon, Ky,,
Dr. Perry, of Dawson, was' in our city
Monday on bis way to Hopkinsville.
On account of the changing of the time
on the I. C. road, there is always a mad
orowd in Nortonville.
Every continent on the globe,
with the exception of Australia,
produces wild roses.
Pleurisy and pneumonia aro ncato In
flammations of tho lungs, and If not
promptly allayed, tho worst may liap
pen. Tho celebrated Dr. John w.
Bull's Cough Syrup speedily allays all
Inflammation of tho lungs and effects
n, curd in a wonderfully short tlmo.
Cures Pleurisy and Pneumonia.
Doses are small aud pleasant to take. Doctors
recommeud it. Price aj cts. At aU.drugcist.
The entering wedge for
nearly all Diseases the
human system Is heir to.
Price. 25 Cents.
0. J. Farnsworth, Agent,
The Hew York
Sold by St. Bernard Drug Store.
;s n ),:
BOTH ONE YEAR FOR $1.25.
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Is duo not only to tho originality and
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only, a knowledge of that fact will
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imitations manufactured by other par
ties. Tho high standing of tho Cali
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tho namo of the Company a gunranty
of tho excellence of Ita remedy. It is
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ing them, and It does not gripo nor
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CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
BAN FltANCISCO, OL
LOUISVILLE. Kir. HEW T0IIIT..W.Y.
mi GENERAL W.R.SMITH,
LEXINGTON, KY., '
For circular of hlifamam and reiponsIM
COMMERCIAL C0LLE6E OF KY. UNIVERSITY
Awarded Slednl at World's Exposition.
Refers to thsa.sr.u. of irrsdastes . la positions.
Coat of Fall Ilaslnrsa Coarse. Including Tui
tion, Hook, snd Hoard Id f.rnllr, about JUO.
ShortoMu.Type-Writing, and Telegraphy, Speculta.
ffUTho Kentucky Unlrenltr Diploma, under seal.
awarded srartui;... LlterarrOonrMfrcs.lfdeslnd.
No TM-at Ion. Enter now. Graduate. lUcceufsL.
order to Aov. your Utttrt reach tu, aoJrM tttiy.
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kad Marly IUUO ttudentt in aUtnJanet latt ytar. .
ST. J0HIES HOTEL,
Rates: 75o.' and $1.00 per Day.
RESTAURANT POPULAR PRICES.
SPECIAL 25c. DINNER.
SPECIAL BREAKFAST AND SUPPE8.
No. 1 Bcf Steak, or Mutton Chops, Potatoes,
Cakes or Waffles, Coffee or Tea snd Fruit 34
No. 1 Ham, Two Ejrjs, Potatoes, Cakes or Waffles
and Coffee or Tea 2S
No. 3 Pork Chops with Potatoes and Cakes or
Waffles and Coffee or Tea 20
no. i Lae i rout, uutter baace, cakes or Waffles
., . .. and Coffee or Tea.. ..20
No. 5 Oat Meal and Cream, or Bouillon, Hot Rolls,
..--.- - Butter and Coffee or Tea IS
No. 0 Two Eggs, Butter, Toast and Coffee or Tea. .U
Take StarVct St. Cars direct to Hotel.
Try European Han. Cheapest and best, only
Vay for what you get.
THOS. P. MILLER, PRCSIOENT.
Capital Stock Paid In, Surplos:Fund
COMMENCED BUSINESS IN I8S7.
JNO. G. MORTON,
The advantages of a bank account
are numerous. It Is not to busi
ness men we are talking they
know all about it but to salaried
men, wage earners and to women.
There's safety if the bank it. a
good one. There's convenience
the money always ready and out
of reach of your own petty squan
dering, too. It is easy to spend
small sums when you have a large
sum in your pocket
MADISC.NViL.LE, - KENTUCKY
DR. L. D. BROSE,
PRACTICE LIMITED TO
DISEASES OF THE
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SOI Uppeh first strict,
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