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November 23 1908 at the postoffi e
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES
By Mall
Daily o1e year 300
Six Mouths 150
One Month 5
Payable inAdyance
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GENtttAL OFFICES
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THE SQUTH IN FIGT ION I
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F Marcossoiij in the Bookman has
f an interesting illustrated article HQ
i gives Mrs llairietL Beecher Stowq
> the credit of Jh bringing Ivehtuekv
forward in fiction by her novel of
I Uncle Toms Cabin He appears tq
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est and Sunshine tr Tind1 u LenaEivr
ers laid Her scenes in Kentucky
James Lane Allen and John lox Jr
r arc given due credit for their r works
as is < alspjrrs Alice Hegan Ricqill
author of Mrs Wig gs of the Cab
bagepatcTi Other authors of lesser
note arc given creditable mention
We presume that the story was sent
us for criticisrmitris a good story
well wjratteii Mmt we find errors as
i follows George D Prentice was the
s editor of Louisville Journal and not
George G King Sqlomon was a
white man and n th negro as Mr
Ma rcpsson makes him appear It is
s a matter tofr4lfitoryliiat lung Solo J
mon was sold tfvi vagrant and was
bought by a > freenegro woman
Jltteift V
If the y20 per cent off on upper
upperberths
berths applies also to the Pullman
1 T porft jiar ceiitgrin place > of aquar
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WEVE BEE DJl 9tBgJh
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Selling firstclass lumber at second
class Prices We plead guilty audi
propose i to keep on doing it wlienevej
possible That s ijpuc plan to makes I
this the most popular place iu tpwr
for disciiminatjigf IY S If yoir f
area judge of quality in lumber you i
arc the one T a want to see and your
ought to see us
I Winchester Lumber and ManijfaQtujcijfg Go f I
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ter will be the proper tip in the futureJ
We are not given credit 1utUlcj
stares when WiC pay cash I
Experience gives wisdpm but very t
fete ever know as much us the yqung
nuw thinks he knows
Col Wattersou writing from
Washington coinpliiucuts Spealver
Cannon and deplores t he fact that tlicj
next speaker Mr Clark will bo de 1
prived of the power that Ivlr Wat
tci son thinks is necessary for the
speaker to have 1
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Our good friend Jim Allen of thq
Cynthianatil DpmoCl1 tt says that thq
first snow of the winter felL on Oct
28 within four days of the earliest
record We beg to call the attention
of Brother Allen to the fact which
he will doubtless remember on rct
ilqction that there was a heavy snow
storm in Kentucky Opt 17 1863
We arc not lpthcr dabout the
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ruction between Secretary pf State 1
Bruner and Governor Willson TJie
first dont know much and the lat 1
tier has no fact
The loss of Senator Dollivcr of
Iowa was a greater calamity than it
was first thought The governor up
pointed Editor Lafe Young as his
successor Sir Young has made such
a fdol of himself that all of the edit
ors are humiliated
Christmas shouners should not
miss seeing the beautiful line of toys
of every kind at the Hensley old
I stand before buyintj at your own
price frt D ROYSE
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When Christmas with winter comes
blowin
And presents to friends you arc
v shown
7 Tis tIC highest of praise 1 5
In these merriest days
To say thfit you got them from
Bowen It
Rev Henry Clark and Mrs Wilcox
and babies of Paris are the guests
of Rev 1 E Black of this city for
the holidays
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I IN t lGl 1l0Ni
Relief in five Minutes and Perma
neat r Cure or Money Baqk
When Phillips state that they have
a remedy that only costs 50 cents
and is guaranteed to cure any man
or woman who suffers from food fer
mentution or money back what are
the poor stomach sufferers Ju Win
Chester and vicinity going to do about
it
Food fermentation causes belching
sour stomach gas eructation heart
burn and that lump of load feeluui
as you probably know
The name of this most remarkably
istamach prescription is MJONA
Most people call them MIONA
stomach tablets because they knou
that therein no remedy so good
indigestion or stomach disorders
Here is one opinion
Ilmvc been troubled with indigos
tion for morc than a year I bought
one hog of MIONA and it cured
me Now I would not be without f
box in the house for 500 It save
Met of doctor bills when you can bt
Hired for HO centsArthur Seder
juest G Nichols St Wakefield > Mass
MIONA stomach tablets COt of
cents a box at the Phillips Drug com
pany and druggists everywhere and
money back if ithey dont cure
See E J Barnes foe yqucXmas
candies and nuts 1212eod2v
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Tlic dmnijuds for otjv Calendar
haye bqqn so great tTiijt we have beer
compelled to duplicate last years
orders three times We still have
some left fjr all who will call fop
JOFEl11S them ISlJp 1LYCG 1GECI
205 McEldowney Building
PICTURES FRAMED
I At your owir price this v lt
M D ROYSE HensleySlan
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CHRISTMAS PRESENT i
for the old or young is a box of LoW
neys candy or a basket of fruit
from Mrs Chas R Wests1 confec
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Caimed bYiimffromLuke NlM
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In suit of Obe Howard vs Luke
iNIblaelc for daniagesalleged to lime
ieensustVine < l bj plaintiff by reason
of stock balouging to defendant killr
ling a calf i1ilrl iijiying a co > V be
jpngiijg to plaiiitiff the jury Thurs
jay morning ° returned a verdict for
the dE f endnntr
C TOBAGGD SUIT ON TRIAL
TRIALtt
against Rose A as begun in the Clark
IgirguiJ court Thursday afternoon
Thc suit was brjciught by Wilcox for
a settlement of a tobacco transaction
trnnsaet1Qnlmounting
EXPlO mN KILL S f t
lO MINER
Second t Great Mining Disaster Within
Year in Enfliand Brings Sorrow tc
Thousands
BOLTON England Dcc 22 Morr
ban 300 miners lUst their rives Wed
nesday in an explosion iii the Lit tU
ilulton colliery othe llulton Colliery
company located utsideo fthis city
The explosion qficurred early in the
morllings ci5nraiter the miners had
entered the pit to begin work Its
force was tcrrificLand later investiga
tion showed that the lower passage
iad been blocked Heroic efforts were
made by rescuers all day but a fierce
ire which followed the explosion prc
vented the rescuers from penetrating
penetratingbeyond
beyond 400 yaidl into the worikngs
At 9 30 oclock Wednesday night
all rescuers mere called out of the
mine adn a conference was held at
which Government Inspector Gemini
the engineers and the mine manager
were pre q1t Inspector Gerrard js
hued a report after making a d scent
alto the pit in which he stated it im
fppssible that any of the miners are
still r alive He added that nothing
could be dqne except to bring up 41
bodies found lying near the shaft
dhis report coinnmuicated to
tae anxious croyd aroiwd the pit
month after which the bishop of
Manchester conductgd a touching
service in the ope nair and the pea
r Ie slowly dispersed
X6 explanation is theb
cause of the explosion which com
pletely wrecked the mine
This is the second greit mine dis
aster in England this scar an explosion
sion having occurred in the Welling
ton colliery at White HaVen Cnrc
berlahd off liar1t in which 13
aiincrs were kiUed
The explosion Wednesday resulted
u the temporary disablement of the
machinery whereby the cages are
lowered and drawn to the surface and
it Ayas Considerable time before the
rescue party reached the bottom In
HI they brought out eight men still
living but mp lof them were in ji
serious condition from the noxious
gases Ten bodies also wr le removel
and 40 additional bodies were found
partly covered by heavy falls of
coile
coilLate
Late night l
fans we ic started again and air Avay
fjnjnd to be fairly Tgfl J Airange
ments then were made for relays of
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Undivided Profits 200000 I
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GIFT THOUGHT
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The Right Gifts 01 Dependable Quality ort
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Just a suggestive levy of the many lie pful attractions for cur assist
iace in Gift Chposiiig at thisYOUR XMAS SfQ IE t
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I Dress Goods > 5Cc to 300 yd
< < Wait anti Dress sIo r t 500 to 2QQ fd
a Kid Gloves Ladies or
o Ghildrens SUCQ to 409
to All kid gloves fitted and
t guaranteed 1
Glovesf r
< I andMittens I 15c to v LOO
vBon Ton Corsets 30to SOO
w Royal Worcester Corsets 100 to 300
brMuslin Uridergai merits 25c to 10GO
1iSilii petticoats 375 to 1900
Silk Hose 25c to 200
KntarmentA > 25c to 200
Knitted Mufflers and
Scarfs 25c to 500
Sweaters Ladies and
J Gtiildrens C 50c to 1000
Baby Cloaks 125 to 500
Baby Caps 40e to 125
i Baby Saques 25c to 50c
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I ed Monday from the celebrat
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if Every piece guaranteed as
to style workmanship quality
and price
i r Muffs and Scarfs sold sept
rately or iri match sets
i 150 to S30 each
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rescuer to go into the mine every I
three hours Toward midnight two i
mere miners were found alive They
wc re terribly burned and in a critical
condition
twns amount Il later that the
40 hodies found had been collected
at the bottom of the shaft and will I
be brought upa soon as possible
AVilicker of hope still animates Hie I
rescuers that ui ire may be found
tlie
> CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
Omen awaya1 the Auditorium theater
Besides seiig 2000 feet of the very
best motion pictures every child that
buya ticket for Thursday Friday
or Saturdays i > mAtinee will be given
Ior nice box of candy The matinee
starts promptly at 3 oclock in the
afternoon and continues until 43tla
and the admission to all is only oe
IVir Dn kin will be heard in a new song
each night il
Y EARTH TREMORS RECORDED
W 1SIITTf1T0Y doc 22 8light i
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Blankets Outing 85c up
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Baby Blankets 5Qg to 300 j t
C o nl orts u 1QO to 6 Qm I
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Umbrellas 50c tp 650 x j
1 Brags Jardinieres 100 to 75 0l
miPicture
Jew Boxes
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mScisEors i
Mesh Bags 25c to 5O O
550Bead
Bead Purses 250tp 750 1
Belt Pins 25c tp 100
100Beauty
50cHat
150Back
Back Combs 25c to 350
350iSide I
5fleBarrettes
Barrettes 1Oe to 125
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versity here Wednesday night be
gijiniug at Ilp2 p m and lasting
until 102 a m The tremors were
probably the aftereffects ofa past
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Store Opeit 1
Every Evening
Until Xmas
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Why ive lines 1
No more substantial Gift l
All Linen TableI
Daulask75c to275 yd
Napkins to match
100 to 850 adz
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New Styles High Onalit yh
Suits and Cloaks Entilct
stockat V to Vz aIr our regular
Extremely Low Prices
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f Great stocks of gift thingsornaments usefuls wear abIe S
novelties notions and accessories many of them just the things
I ouhave been cudgeling your brain to find awaits you here in just
ttfiie Joliiest busiest and best Xmas store in this section
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Phoenix Mufflers assorted colors
white black gray navy bines sky
blue and pink each 39c Bloomfield
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market sold by Royse 3poue
Red Star coal is the best on fclfc
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PAID UP CAPITAL 100 00000t
I Surplus Fund 2000000 I
In our short history of a few years we have h oi1t up a busi
ness of which ye are justly proudw
We are pleased with our business because of the volume to
which it has alreadyattained and the prospects for its future
growth We are gratified because we have established reputa
tion for fa r dealing vith our customers and friends And we
are glad that our customers are in all puts of the city and cp J1t t
ty and that number customerss the
> we our customers athe humblest a4
Yell as the rich depositors
We would like very much to have you enlisted as one of our <
ustomers and cordially iuvfte you to make us a visit and invesJ i
igati
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JOHN M HODGKI C1Shit ir
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