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Evansville's Christmas "Gift Center
For Aan or Boy
This store for near half a century lias been the
"Gift Cheer" for the people who enjoyed the season
of "Good Chqer." Every section is crowded with
useful and sensible gifts either plain or ornamental
but in every sense useful
We show every kind of an. Overcoat from .f 10
and up to $120.00. .'-
We show men's suit styles in all fabrics, from
$10.00 to $35.00.
Shoe styles, Hanan and other makes, $2.50 to
And the most reasonable and interesting lines of
house coats, smoking jackets, bath and lounging
robes, dress and fancy shirts, mufflers and neckwear
in all styles, slippers, combination sets in suspenders,
ties and sox. In handkerchiefs, ties and hose. In
suspenders and garters. Also in men and ladies'
wardrobe fixtures. We prepay expressage on all
purchases of $5.00 or over. Mail and phone orders
receive special attention.
IT PjWSTO TRADE HERE.
The man who whispeis down a
Abeut the things he has to sell
Will never reap a crop of dollars
Like he who climbs a tree and
100 ploco Dinner Set m whlto and
gold from $20.00 up at
Sisk's Book Stokk
Mrs. L. V. Renfro, was In Madl
Miss Llz'i!o Buff, visited frlouds
in .Howell last vfreek.
Buy your Xmns poods early
vhefore thoy are picked over wo
kavo the bestlinq "in town. " '
The Earlington Hardware Store
Mr. Ed Heafer, was In Madison-
Mrs. Maggie Q'Bryan, who has
been 111 or some tlmo, ts Improving.
A uico line of cut glass'at tho right
Slsk Book Storo,
Frank Withers, of Howell was In
T. Hanna Jr. or, the Earlington
machine works mado a business
trip to Olentou Ky., Saturday.
Wanted 2 good solicitors for Ear
lington good money to right party
apply at Beo of fire.
Mrs. Jeaa Phillips and Miss Maude
T.iitinu rf Qf fill tkl!cia nraVA llarn
Sfttnrday vlsltiug frionds and relatives.
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&, i, 1 News of the lown
S!oan's Liniment gives instant relief from neuralgia or
sciatica. It goes straight to the painful part soothes the
nerves and stops the pain. Don't rub it penetrates.
Mrs. RuDoiTit Nisckk, Oconto, Wis., writes: " I have used Sloan's
Lintment for toothache and neuralgia in thn head where nothing elso would
help mo and I would not bo without tUo liniment in tho house."
is also good for rheumatism, sore throat, chest pains and sprains.
Pains All Gone
writes $ "I
$1 to JQ
;u t-'.li'.T',:"iAv'l-'l1 'Tyri y.r
All sorts of fancy articles suitable
for ChrlBtmas gifts for the most fas
tidious will be found at the ChrlBt
mas Bazaar Deo. 12.
Miss Lucy Fauoett who has been
very ill for the past week is Bltghtly
Handsome Brass desk Sets froni
$3.50 to $5.00.
Slsk Book Store,
Jack Whltford is quite ill with
pneumonia. It is hoped hiB condition
will not prove soiious.
Tho Antler Club was organized
in the city Sunday afternoon and in
a sootal oinb olegblo to Elks onlv
for now membership thoy will meet
every Tuesday night Over Wobbs'.
It. L. Feudwiok Sr. left yesterday
for Hendorsou when he is in tuning
tho night Swftoh Engine.
Buy your Xmas. goods early
bofore they are picked over wo
have the best lino u town.
The Earlington Hardware Store
Mrs. J. T. Ooleman, was in Madi
Lgo Withers, of Nashville, was in
Buy your Xmas good early
before they are picked over we
have the best line in town.
The Earlington Hardware Sfore
Mr. and Mrs. Luciaq Davis, of
Hopkinsvillp, spent Sunday with
Mrs. Laura Victory.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben L. Flolds, of
Louisville, were lu tho city Sunday
vlsltiug Mrs. Filds sister, Mrs. Jan
It is rumored'that much valuable
property will change hands this
Lou Dlllion, was in Howell Satur
M. Dowker, of Johannesburg, Mich.,
wish to say your Liniment is tho best.
medicine. in tiie world, it nas cured me or
neuralgia; those pains have all gone and I
can truly say your Liriiment did cure me."
Pain All Gone
Mr. J. R. Swinger, of 547 So. 12th St.,
Louisville, Ky., writes; "I suffered with
quite a severe neuralgic headache for four
months without any relief. I used your
Liniment for two or three nights and I
haven1t suffered with mv head since. I have
found many quick reliefs from pain by the
use of Sloan's Liniment and believe it to be
the best Liniment on the market to-day. I
can recommend it for what it did for me."
Price 25o., 60c, and $1.00 at All Dealers.
Send for Sloan's Free Book on lionet. Addreu
DR. EARL S. SLOAN,
You will And a full line of Paris.
Ian Ivory for the holidays at,
Slsk Book Storel
Mrs, W. S. McGary, will leave
shortly after the dolfdays for Doland
Fla., where her husband is" located.
J. W. Robinson, of Madisonvilie,
spent Sunday In the city with his
siBter, Miss Eliza Robinson.
Beautiful Japanese hnnd painted
china in the nowest nrtistio shapes
and sizes at Sisk's Book Stoke,
Norns King, or St. GharieH,was
in town Sunday. v
Robert WHkerson, a valuable em
ployee of the St. Bonard Mining Co.,
was badly hurt Saturday.
Mrs. Virginia Lookett, of Hender
son, spent Sunday with her sister
Mrs, D. P. Banks.
Max Gilliand, of St. CharleB was
In town Sunday.
A full lino of books, tor all ages at
Slsk Book Storo,
MisseB'Mary Leo Rogers and Tina
May Oarbin, vrho arc attending the
Oatholio school in this oity, spent
Saturday and Sunday with their
parents in Nobo.
Asplondid lunch will be served
by the Ladies at 12 and 0. o'clock at
the Armory Deo. 12.
Mrs. Harrlotte Browning, is quite
ill at her home 'on WoBt Maluo St.
Miss Hattie "Wallace, of MortoiiB
Gap is visiting her neice, Mrs.
Hal Thompson, wns in Evausvllle
MIsb Katherlne Blair, tho efficient
post mistress is quite ill.
FOR SALE O neMorrls Air tight
Heater, in good condition,
tf H. L. BRAMWELL
Miss Mary Cobb, of Howell visited
Mrs. Myrtle Sullivan Saturday.
Wallaco Vaugban, was in town
A nico line of decorated oil lamps.
SiBk Book Storo,
BootB Kenneth, of Mortons Gap,
was In town Sunday.
Miss Lucile Holt, has accepted a
position with tne St. Bernard store
fpr tho Holiday trado.
Odd piecoB of Sterling Silver, in
dividual setB, in all the popular pat
terns at Sisk's Book Stoke,
Mrs. Walter Finley, of Mlddles
boro. Ky., is visiting her sister Mrs.
P. P. Price.
Tho Moving Picture bnelnoss in
Earlington Is good, both shows are
playing to crowded houses every
The LadioB Aid and O. W. B. M.
of the OhriBtlan Church will give a
Christmas Bazaar at the Armory on
Thursday, Dec. 12.
The Ladies of the Christian churoh
will give a bazaar at tho Armory
Thursday alter noon and night. All
kinds of hand made goods aud Xmas
cakes, pieB and candies will bo on
Stop a' cough before It
develops somethlnjr more
la The Remedr That
Sees tho Work.
It relieves coughing' lmmedl?
ntcly, cases soreness' In the
lungs, loosens phlegm and
clears tho bronchial tubes. It
Is a line family remedy, pleas
ant to tako and good for chil
dren and adults.
Price SRc. 90c and Sl.OO.
Buy tho 1.00 szo. It contains
flvo times as much as tho 25c
size, and you jret with each bot
tle n. Dr. Ilerrlck's Red Pepper
Porous Plastor for tho chest.
JamesF.Baltard.Prop. St.LouIs.Mo. I
BT. BERNAED MINING CO , Incor
norated, Drug Department
Jho. A. Moore'and Ben Evnns, will
bo home to spend the Xmas Holiday
week wUh their relatives and
G. T. MoEuen, has been oonflned
to his bed for the past ten days with
not much change in his coudition.
WILL MASS TJ. S. CAVALARY
Govcnmcnt To Establish First Post
Horse Soldiers. '
Washington, Deo, 7 The first oav
alary brigade over stationed at one
fort In the hiBtory of America will be
established at Fort Oglethoropo, Ga
The war department, has sent Cap
tain G, Lines to that point to select
the sourpe of water supply for tho
fort and as soon as tho necessary re
pairs and preparation oan be made a
brigade of cavalry will be sent to
Seme Hegwatlow Happenings.
(Trem The Xegwallew XemUckiaBj)
Raz Barlow went hunting Monday
and while going across Musket Rldgo
aodidently Bhot a rabbit.
Washington Hook's house caught
on lire Thursday night, and ho es
caped In his night clothes, but for
tunately no one saw him.
Cricket Hicks presented Miss Hos-'
tottor Hooks with a button bearing
the old familiar inscription, "Sweets
to the Sweets," tho other day, and
sho was seen wearing It nt thopoBt
oflice Tuesday. Tho deputy consta
ble Bays she could bo handled by
the pure tood law under the charge
of misbranding goods.
S'm tflludors has swapped his
cook stove for three lilco rabbit
i The Blind man o"f the Calf Ribs
neighborhood has been swindled
again, Luko Mathewsla having sold
him a Back of wormy hickory nuts
Since Gov. WilBon has been so
journing at Bermuda tho postmaster
is putting on a special 3ale of Ber
Fit Smith thinks the nearest noth
ing in the world he knows of is an
Poke Eazolv has decidod to try
farming next summer if he can get
ready lu time. Ho says the only ob
jection he finds to farming is that
things won't grow iii tho shade.
The postmaster says if Miss Flute
Belcher got all the mail she expect
ed ho would have to move tho post
office into a barn. )
If you are thinking of escaping
from jail you should keep it a pro
found secret from the jailer.
Ono often hears the expression
"Yes, we can save a big coal bill
during the Bummer as we need no
fires then except in the cooking
stove." Now who is it that did not
Columbus Allsop has found a new
way to jar hickory uuts off the trees.
The plan 1b a llttlo dangerous, as he
has to climb up and sit on a limb
and play his big bass fiddle.
Atlas peck swapped a blind man
at Tick villo out of a good hnnd organ
while there Monday. In the trade
the blind man received two pairs of
good spectacles and an enlarged pic
ture of George Washington. Atlas
Bays the only difficulty about the
instrument is that he will have to
play it with hiB eyes shut.
Tobo Moseloy has the distinction
of capturing a big possum night be
fore last. Tobo, on acjounts of his
bravery &nd fearlessness, together
with his natural shrewdness, which
wns more keenly developed during
hiB term as deputy constable, had
but little, trouble in making this
good capture. Spying the possum
on the ground with its back to him
he crept up behind it with his gun
drawn, and before the possum, real
ized it, it was in his possession.
Being unable to get the large steel
trap off of the animal's foot, Tobe
took it alBo.
Following closely upon the heels
of the graft investigations at Wash
ington during the past few months
in which the records of some high
officials were gone into, a move
ment baB been started by the Hog-
wallow Improvement Society to
make an investigation into the in
ner workings of the office of the
deputy constable. Suspicion has
gradually been developing in the
minds of some of our taxpayers as
to how tho Deputy has been making
a living as this office was never
known to pay anything. But since
the Deputy ban been in office he has
onmore than one occasion bought
shoes and other things, and at and
at one time a new hat.
THIS IS CERTAIN.
Tho Proof That Earlington Readers
What could furnish stronger evi
dence of the efficiency of any remedy
than the test of time? Thousands
of people testify that Doan's Kid
ney Pills have brought; lasting re
Home endorsemont should prove
undoubtedly the merit of tliirem
ody, Years ago your friends aud
neighbors testified to the relief, they
had derived from the uso of Doan's
Kidney Pills. They now confirn
their testimonials. They Bay time
has completed the test.
J. A. Almon, Enrlington, Ky.,
says: "I have never been bothered
with kidney trouble since Doan's
Kidney Pills cure mo two years ago
and I recommend them just as
highly aB ever. My kidneys were
weak and I had to got up at night
to paBo tho kidney secretions. When
I hoard of Doan's Kidney, Pills, I
began taking them and they relieved
me in a short time. One box com
pletely cured mo."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo
New York, sole agentB for the
Remember the -name Doan's
and take no other. , ,-
J. W. Flynn, of Marion waB lu our
town last week representing the
Marion Marble works.
Mr. and Mrs. Radd Tapp, of
Manitou, visited the family of 'J, L.
RogorB last w6ek.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Hani by, of Nor
ton villo, visited tho inters' father A.
M, Campbell last week.
MIbb Lllllo Johnson, of Johnson
Island, Is visiting her Bistor Mrs. W.
Dr. Setzer has found his wonder
ful eighteen dollar mule, which went
astray two weekg ago. Tho mule
was fdund near Vandorsburg.
Roll Oarneal, will move his saw
mill near Will V. Cox's farm and
get busy noxt week.
There are fifteen aspirants to the
post office here, all out with- peti
tions. Ain't they too previous?
Miss Myrtle Lee RogorB, of Earl
ington, spent the week end with
Miss Mario Crowe, is new con
valescing from a spell of pneumonia.
Mrs. J. B. Peyton, ib no better at
the present writing.
Dr. Setzer attended the Medical
Association a Madisonvilie last Eri
day. Alt tho ono of our physicans
that did bo.
Parents Day At The Earlington Schoo
Probably one of the most enthu
iastio and distinctly social sessions
that has beenheld for sometime,
was last Friday afternoon at the
school houso when a number of
visitors were on hand to view the
wonderful exhibits of the children
of the Earlington Graded Sohool.
This afternoon was set apart as
parents day. The parents and
triendB of the various grades began
arriving and continued until nearly
nearly two hundred nainos were on
the register. Every vieitor was
cordially welcomed and carried
through each room and as each
recognized the knowledge and skill
of tho wee little tots which had been
and continues to be developed under
the able instructions of tho various
teachers. They were slowly
passed from room to room, finding
suprises on every hand, the smile
ol appreciation was seen on
every face. These girlB of
the High School Grades have
been trained in domestic science
under the thorough iiiBtrucrionsor a
competent instructor and proved
their ability by furnishing lunches
prepared o the delicacies of the
season- and very pleasing to the
Prof. C. E. Dudley delivered a
wolcome address to the visitors nnd
asked the co-operation of the parents
in tho Bchooi work.
The guests departed late In the
after noon feeling that it was a pri
vilege to live where the coming
generation can have the advantages
of suoh golden opportunities and to
be able to mingle with and partici
pate in tho one thing in these young
lives that is worth more than any
This school is equipped with the
very best body of teachers the
trustees could Bscure and under the
supervision o Prof. O. E. Dudley
are proving their wonderful capabili
ty In training the young minrin for
their individual walk through life.
Too Good to Lose.
Jack "Now, that your engagement
is broken, are yon goin to mako
Blanche send back your letters?"
Harry "You bet I am. I worked hard
thinking out thoso letters; they're
worth using again."
Will Find a Helpful Suggestion
In This Letter.
Overworked, run-down, "fagged
out" women who feel as Uiough thoy
could hardly drag about, snould profit
by Miss Rtchter's experience. Sho
Bays: "Last winter I was complotoly
run down and felt fagged out all tha
time, was nervous and had indiges
tion. "Ono of my friends advised mo to
talw Vlnol, and It has dono me great
good. Tho tired, worn-out feeling is
all gone, and I am strong, vigorous
nnd well. Tho stomach trouble soon
disappeared and now I eat heartily
and have perfect digestion. I wish
every tired, weak, nervous woman
could have Vinol, for I nover spent
any money in my lifo that did me so
much good as that I Bpent for Vinol."
Mario Rlchtor, Detroit, Mich.
Thousands qf women and men
who wero formerly weak and sickly
owe their present 'Tugged health to
the wonderful Gtrength-creating offecta
of Vlnol. Wo guarantee Vinol to build
you up and mako you strong. IC
Jt does not,, we give back your money.
Sold by ST, BIRNABD MINING CO.
Incorporated, Drug Department ' '
This popular nqvel
ty in. Toilet Ware finds
an increasing demand
daily and can be found I
in a varied assortment
than heretofore at re
duced prices previous
We invite your spec
ial attention to our stock
of Parisian Ivory this
season which embraces
Toilet Sets, Manicure,
Sets, Mirrors, Bushes,
Military Sets, Jewel Box
es Jewel Trays, Picture,
Frames, Pin Cushions,
Tie Rings, Vanity Boxes,
Buffers and others small
A partial display of
these goods will be found
in our window where
they can be seen at your
St Bernard Mining
Earlington, Ky. I
Our Home Town
The day seldom arrives m a
man's lifo when ho ceaseg to be'
interested in the daily or weekly
paper of the "place that he has
once called home. Granted that
is printed on the poorest paper,
granted that the typographical
display would make the spirit of
Ben Franklin blush ; granted that
there were no editorials, or edi
torials that are not worth read
inggrant all this, and still your
feelings and mine and those of
every other healthy mortal are .
summed up in this little poem
When the evenin' shadesare faUJJ,-
in' at the endin' o' the day,
An7 a feller rests from labor, -
smokin' his pipe o' clay
There's nothin' does him so much
good, be fortune up or down',
As the little country paper from
his Old Home Town.
It ain't a thing of beauty , and
its print ain't always clean,
But it straightens out his temper
when a feller's feelin' mean,
It tnkes the wrinkles off his face
an' brushes off the frown.- '
That little -country paper from
his Olo Home Town. -
It tells of all the parties an' the
balls. of Pumpkin Row, A"
Bout whj spent Sunday- with,,
who's girl, an' how the crops '
41 grow, , ,
A.n' how it keeps a feller posted,,
'bout who8 up and who is;
That little country paper- from
his Old Home Town.-
Now. I like
to rea.d the dailies,
an' the stdry papers, too,
An' at times the yaller uovols
an' some other trush-.-don't
But when I want some readin '
that'll brush away pfrowu .
I want that little paper from- my
Old Home Town.
The height of virtue M td 4$r
bianklnd. Graiager. " ..
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