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wv Uur prices average from 50 to 4U per cent cheaper than any one else. We invite those who do not already know of the
excellent values .we offer to make a single test purchase and become personally informed as the big money making opportuni
ties we offer. Can anything be more fair thanithisi
, Dry Goods
Our best calicoes 36 a ivard
Hope Domestic 7 1-2C afyard
Best ioc Outing 7'i2C-!.
Best ioc Gingham 7 1-2
Men's heavjf Fleeced Shirts and Drawers 32c -
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Men's Ribbed 50c quality 39c ' '
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Ladies' Ribbed Shirts and Pants 19c
THE BOSTON STORE
Hopkins County Bank Buildin;
Madison ville, Kentucky.
BEV. J. B. EVANS, EDITOB
Sve are delighted to report all of
onr sick are Improvlutr.
Dr. W. H. Ballard, of LexlnRton,
Xy.. fl. G. M, of the U. B. F. and S.
M. T. lodges will lecture to the pub
aic at the Mt. Zton Baptist church
Thursday night Deo. 12. Dr. Bal
lard 1b a fluent speaker, a race lover
And a man of broad experience.
Don't fail to hear him.
The quarterly conference at the
A. M. E, Z. church last Sunday was
well attended. Rev. J. W. Martin,
-A. B. of Madisonvllle, Ky.,preach
fid an excellent sermon in tho after
A cantata entitled tho Home-made
iSanta will be rendered at the Baptist
church Dec, 20th. The proceeds
(will be used to pav for fixtures at
Iho public school building. Ad
Don't forget the Indoor picnic
:to be given at the colored skating
jluk Saturday and Sunday night,
Jec. 21st and 22nd by the members
Dt the Mt. Zion Baptist church.
The public Is cordially Invited to
.-attend the banquet to be given by
Iho members of the A. M. E. Z.
-ahurch Deo. 18th.
Mrs. Mamie Winn, of Providence,
3y. is in the city the gueBt of Mr.
and Mrs. Wilbur Merrlwoather. .
We are calling upon the people of
JEarlington to assist us In making
athis a sane Xmas by doing those
xiiinga that become ladles and
gentlemen. Let ua lay strong drink
down and enjoy ourselves lu a more
Misses Helen and Josephono
ZDaniel is hero for a few days stop
iover with Mrs. Ike Edmonson, after
iow days visit with their hrother
Mr. San ford Daniel of St. Charles
3Ky. They will soon return, to
The second day drow to Itsolose
Tvlth the twelfth jurymon still un
convlncod. 'Well, gentlemen," said the
!btllfT, entering quietly, "shall I, as
tasual, ordor twelve dinners?"
""Maico It," said tho foreman,
leleveu dinners and a balo of hay."
iLlttle Jaek Whltforp, is ill with
- Tim Gfm ifliMNiMMtite htgbd
FOR FALLING HAIE
No Risk When You Use
We promise you that, if your hair
falling out and you up.vo not let it go
too far, you can repiJr the damage
already donn by useing Bexall "93"
Hair Tonic, with persistency, and
regularity, for a reasonable length of
time. It Is a scientific, cleansing,
germicidal preparation, that des
troys microbes, stimulates good em
ulation around the hair roots, pro
motes hair nourishment, removes
dandruff aud nets tojrestore hair
health. It is as pleaBant to use as
pure water, and is delicately per
fumed. It Is a real toilet necessity.
We want you to try Rexall "93"
Hair Tonic with our promiso that it
cost you nothing uules3 you are per
footly satisfied with its use. It comes
in two sizes, prices 50c. and $1.00.
Remember you can obtain Boxall
Remedies in this community only at
our store The Rexall Store.
Coal Mine Fatalities.
Washington There were 1,468
men killed in coal mine accidents
during the first eight monthB of this
year, 060 of whom wore in Pennsyl
vania, and 273 In West Virginia, ac
cording to an announcement from
the Bureau of MinoB. Unless there
are exceptional disasters before Jan
uary 1, the death rate this year will
be lower than laBt, when 2,719 were
During tho last ten years or bo the
praotlo of transmitting compressed
gaB from some central station to
small, towns has grown rapidly. In
Illinois one plant now supplies sev
eral thousand customers, in Indiana
another has as many and in Califor
nia one plant haB about six thous
and consumers on its lino of pipes.
Another plant Is now projected to
supply ten thousand ouRtoraerB, and
it Is estimated that one hundred and
twenty miles of piping will bore
quired. The system has been developed to
compete with electricity. The rnaluB
vary from two to bIx Indies In dla
meter. Wbtn the -gas is delivered
the pressure must be reduced, and
this la effected, by a local lowpross
ure dtfltributingsystem or by service
governors conneotod with each meter
jibe What an awfully tall man Lord
Lefty is! H Tlwy ml? )m' Piftu-
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TO BUILD EXTENSION
Company Contemplates Line From
Hopkinsville To Shawneetown.
Franktort, Ky., Deo. 7. That the
TennoBsoo Central contemplates
striking out from its present Ken
tucky termiuuB at Hopkinsville to
reach the west Kentuoky coal field,
was the statement of Rutledge
Smith, of Cockville, Tonn., indus
trial agent for the company, to the
railroad commission yesterday.
He said the western division of
the road is operated at a loss and is
voidable to the company only in the
hope of eventually making this ex
tension. Providence and StnrgiB probably
will be readied by the extension,'
which may go down to Dawson
Springs. At all events the line will
go to Shawneetownt III., where it
will have connections for Chicago
and St. Louis.
Two.Burveys have been made and
the only thing in the way is financ
ing the project. It is possible that
a crossing of tho Ohio river will be
made at Owensboro, if the Owens
boro bridge proposition material
izes. Mr. Smith said the net operating
deficit of the entire Tennessee Cen
tral system last year was over $400.
000. The eastern division ia a paying
proposition, but the western division
haB lost money.
Domesticate The Quail
Some of thoso days someone will
domesticate tho quail and make it
a regular farm fowl. The semi
domeBticatlon of this useful and
beautiful bird will be accomplished
and it will become a valuable pro
duct of the farm. The law will pre
vent its destruction. In place of the
hunter going Into tho fields he will
seek the farm house and buy what
he needs just as ho buys chickonB
or turkeys. It would prove anyone
who for tho farmer and enable prof
itable had tho price to have quail on
toftBt and this toothsome fowl would
not be the exclusive proy of tho fal
low who aro good wing shots.
1 nope our ambitious friend Is wit
lsflod," said the philosophic observer.
"He has prospered so that te can do
as he pleases.' "Yes. But that doesn't
content him. While he Is doing as he
pleases he wants everybody to Quit
work and applaud him for doing it so
Bleely." WasatagtoB Itar.
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MANY ANXIOUS FOR
"RAJAH" TO HElUEN
Second Performance May Be Given Dur
ing Christmas Week.
There have been numerous re
quests for a return engagement
of the "Kajah of Bum Turn," as
a number of people did not at
'tend because they were unable
to obtain good seats. The re
quests are being considered and
the comio opera may be produc
ed Christmas waele. .,
A deficit decision s to vUiii
effeot would bo heard with pleas
ure by many who attended Fri
day night and would be on hand
again ut the second production.
The "Rajuli of Rum Turn" may
notjbe produced at Madisonville
this week as planned and the en
gagement may be postponed until
next week. Henderson Gleaner,
This attraction was witnessed
by several Shriners of Rizpah,
Temple who thought so well of
the production they hare secured
it for The Garrick Theatre It
ViU be put on Monday night,
Dec, 18th for the benefit of the
Skirts and Euclid ,r
Word comes from Paris thmV'i
skirts are not to be made widr,
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Euclid, who says that the outsicke :
cannot do smaller tnan cue in
side. Spnnfleld Republican.!
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