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Compelling 30 Day Bargain Carnival at half vprice. The cost, that's the final test.
Practically all stores at this time show some nice things in men's wear,
But What's The Price
Test thisvstore on prices as well as quality, 'style and assortment. v Here, are a few of
$9.00 Men's Suits, Sale price... i.. ..!. ..$3.91
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$22,50 Men's Suits, Sale price. ..;'... .,.";'."j ... .... .V". .".$11.25
$25.00 Men's Suits, Sale price '.v. a. . .' $12.41
$30 00 Men's Suits Sale price. i $14.91
$7.00 Men'S'Overcoats, Sale price ,.T; . ; . . $3.31
$10.00 Men's OvercoatsSale price. .. . . . ....... '.',. . f $4.91
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HIPPLE'S BUILDING. NFXT TO DUNKESON'S GROCERY
PAUL M. MOORE.
EDITOR AND PUBLISHER
d. e. FAWOETT
4SS0CIATE EDITOR AND BUSINESS MANAGER
Kentucky Press Association
Second District Publishers League
single issue 15c per inch
Lonals nna Inside Pages,
Readers 10c per line
RuHolutiona and Cards of
Thaoks 5c per line
Obituary Poetry 5c per line
Slight reductions on time
contract display advertise
ment. Also locals that run
several months without change
Entered at the Earlintrton
Post Office ad Second Clas9
Branch Office in Ben Slaton's Office, Next Door to PostofHce, Madison
rille, Kentucky, Phone. No, 24-2 Rings-MISS AILEBN DAVIS, Mgr.
; Telephone 47
Tuesday, November 19, 1912
We are authorized to announce
Willis Iluctd ns a candidate for
-' Sherilf of Hopkins county, Bubject
thu action of the Democratic
We are authorized to announce
A. C Bryan as a citnlriate for jailor
lor Hopkins countv Huhji-ot to act
'' Ion of the Democrat Party.
The widow who liveS over in
" the Oalf ftibs neighborhood has
'pnt up a hitching post in front of
'her house since , Yum. Suns has
ibegou to rideast' thereto 6ftn
'fin his mvle.
Miss'Hostetter Hoiks has de
cided to drop literature utid :o
back to muEiif:, nftr ifiiving linr.
accordeo r"t. fur wvenil weeks.
A recent pit-tin of niM-i! couccrn
im t lie nutiinin br"z 'ill h
pLyed by lift it ml reiiliBin viil
be adiied lo tli future iy th
escape of the wind frjmi hr
The postmHMt'r sjr.vs J he bii
papers had better not tu'k about
hitn 1 k 'lu-y have been about
D'ak Hocks' whoso barber
. chmr lias been located under the
".sycamore tree in front of his
blacksmith shop. ,wiil move his
chair inside for the winter where
he will continue to shave andcuf
hair with neatn?ss and dispatch
while his customers wait.
There are two ways of bring
ing sunshine into a home: Culti
vate pleasentry, and wash the
Little Fidity Flinders has been
kept busy tlfts winter crackinir
matches with a hammer.
Yum Smtis has anew suit of
clothes. They re too nice to
wear every day or even on Sun
day and he may 6ave them to be
The 'Dog--Hill preacher will
take ,;aV bin text'- Sunday: 'Let
there Be Liybt' and Raz Barlow
has been appointed a committee
to fill up the lump.
Poke Euzley, while on his way
home from a potato roasting,
late the other night was pursued
for some distance along Mui-ket
Ride by souk Ptranire, animnl
and took refuge in a ptjrsunmon
tree wlmre 'lie ntayed until du. -break,
after cli'iibitig the tree
tile excitement t browed him in
to a chill mid when he "-.got
through sink ng there wasn't u
persimmon left, on the tree.
Olub Hancock who has been
trying to join the Dog Hill
church for some reason or other
for several weeks, will be vot
ed oh by th icopureuanon next
Sunday1 rJjWhile his politics dif-
ferfrom that of thecongresratiou,
he may be taken in.
The Wild Oniou school teacher
lias had a patch of multiplying
onions planted near the school
house. Some of the trustees are
wondering if they are to b used
by the arithmetic class.
The column of the Tickville
Tidings last week were filled
mostly with plate matter and
patent medicine adds., nothing
ofauy importance happened in
tie United States last week.
Slim Pickeus holds the'.. chain
pion.Bhip around .'Hogwallow for
cracking hickory nuts with his
teeth. He places the nut in his
mouth, puts a large weight on
his head, aud pulls right hard
against a sapliug.
Atlas Peck witnessed part of
a pity the other night at the
T.ckville Opera House. Between
the third aud fourth acts two
months wb to elupse and Atlas
did not have time to wait.
Wood is getting scarce around
Hogwallow. Fit Smith reports
that he spent Wednesday in the
woods in Gander Greek bottom?,
and could hardly chop euough for
Cricket Hick? has got up a
patent hen roost which he will
start out to introduce to the buy.
ing public next week The put
out consists of . a sassafras pole
about fiftceu feet long, ami is
flit dn one side. so that the hens
can sit down if they get tired
during the night.
The engineer on the train that
comes iuto Tickville Monday,
i'tformed severul citizens on the
pla'tforn that he would not wash
his face until he got ready.
Wi3dom, Slrl!! snd Virtue.
Wisdom la lcnowinc what to do
next; skill is knowing how to do it,
and virtue is doing It David Starr
HERE AT HOME
Earlington Citizens Gladly Testify
and Confidently Recommend
Soan's Kidney Fills
A Barbed Wlra Cut. Collar
or Saddle Gall not properly
healed leares a dlsngurlnff
U the RlEfat RemeOr tpr All
Abrasions of the Flesh.
If tho wound is cleansed and
the liniment applied promptly,
the healing: process begins at
onen and the wound hea.19 from
tho insldo outwardly, thus pcr-
H luavcs no scar. If tho wound
M ly, pu3 forms undor the sur-
raco ana Dreaics out into a run
nine pore that Is hard to euro
ana inevitably leaves a bad
Owners Of hlnndnrt Rtnelr nrn.
for this liniment to nil others
for that reason, and they use It
not, only on line animals, but
on human flesh, ns it docs its
worn quicmy ana thoroughly.
Pries 23c, 50c antl 81.00,
Stephens Eye Salve Is a healing
1 ointment for Sore Eyes. .
ST. BERNARD MINING CO , Incor
norated, Drug Department
It is testimony like the following
that has placed Doan's Kidney Pille
bo far above competitors. Whon
peorile rlprht here at home raise their
voice in praise there is no room left
for doubt. Read the public state
ment of an Earlington citizen:
Perry McGuIly, Earlington, Ky.,
sayB: "You are at liberty to con
tinue using; my endorsement of
Doan's Kidney Pills aa heretofore.
Whenever I have had occasion to
use them I have been benefited. I
feel that I am doing nothing more
thau my duty in publicly recom
mending this preparation. Doan's
Kidney Pills restored my kidneys
to their normal condition, regulated
the kidney action and removed the
pains in my back, in fact improved
my health. I obtained thiB remedy
at the St. Bernard Mining Co,. In
corporated, and have certainly been
pleased With tho results of its use."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cent9. Foster.Milburn Co., Buffalo
New York, sole agents for the
Remember the name Doan's
and take no other.
Big Fur Sale
We have secured a sample line
of Furs on Ten Day trial, which
will be sold one-third less than
the regular Retail price.
This assortment will be on sale
in our score From Wednesday
Nov. 21, until Saturday Nov. 30.
If you are thinking of Buying
Furs now is your time to get
the newest things at a Reduction
Bargains in Suits
Barnes. Cowand & Co,
Barnes, Cowand & Co.
Jtiarlmgfton, - Kentucky
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