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"C ,p"n" liTihTiWirfa ""fP'JPTWWW M f i t K F Ife. i& PJ"k a- I? l t 1 I . Rheumatism IhTlcmndatria' and Urt1 cure for Rheo. tnitliml Mot a ranedr that will ttralghten th dlitorted limbs of chronic crlpoit, nor turn bony rrowtbi back to QMn rin. yrtuu u irapoMiDte. But I can now inrtlr kill tho Mini sad pann of thti dplorbU dlieate. .' , .la Oermanr-arlth a CbpnlH in the CUT .of rrmUdt I found the lft lnrrrdlont with Which Dr. fihoop'i Rheumatic Remedy w( made perfected, dependable prescription. Without IbjLtUttlnrndlent, I tucoreifullr treated many, many cafct of RheumnUim i but now. at last, Hun J. formly cure all curable nud of thli heretofore teorh dreaded dlMM. Thoe sand-like annular wattae. found In Rheumatic Mood ocm to ditto! ve and patt away under the action -of thli remedy at treelratdoei lurtr when addod to pure water. And then, when dlnolred. these poltonoui watte freely pata irom the tyiteni, ana tne caute 01 Kheumatlim It trono forertr. There ll now no real need no actual excuse to sutler lonrnr with out help. We sell, and In confidence recommend Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Remedy Sold bv 8t. Bernard Mining On- Store m'ORPORATEO Drug Deparimcnt. London Clergymen. In london tl'oro is one clerRytaai to nvry 2.W0 pcrfinnu CITY DIRECTORY. WARNING SXKT OUT ABOUT FAKE MONEY. (he Gang of Crooks Operating over Country and Pmlaif Nolci of Defunct Bantu. CITY OFFICERS. Mayor James' R. Rash. Police Judge Chas. Cowell, Chief of Police Wm. Bradley. Night Chief-Clarence Mitchell. , Tax AsHOFMor N. L Too ma. ! City Clerk Paul 1. Prion. Treasurer Frank B. Arnold. . City Physician W. K. Nesblt. v v City Engineer F D. Rash. ' Street CommlsBloner-Robt. Wood Councilman Jno. B, Atkinson. Madison Oldham. H. C. Bourlnud, Ij. H. O'Brlon, Geo. C. Atkinson, Tbos. Blair Meotlng night first Monday night in each month. School TriiDteos Paul M. Moore, Dan M Evans, W. It. Coyle. Board of Health Dan M. Evans, Jno. X, Taylor, Curtis B.Johnson, M. D. PoHtmaster Chas. G. Robinson. LODGES. Masonic Lodge E. V. Turner, No. R48 meets 1st. and 8rd. Fridays in each month. Chas. Cowkli., Sec. Victoria Lodge, No. SI, K. of P. meet every Monday night. Visitors welcome. Theo. Wattb, Sec. Hopkins Lodge, A. O. U. W. No. t6l mretB everv Thursday night. Y. Q. Walkkk, Sec. Golden Cross Lodge, Earlingtou, No. 525 meets 1st. and 8rd, Saturday night in each month. Mrs. M. B. Long, Seo. Degreo of Honor, No. 10 nieets 2nd and 4th Saturday nights in each mouth. Mibs LiKZlK Hukk, Sec, Bon Hur Lodge, Earlingtou Count, No. W meets ovory WedneB day night except 4th. Wm. Pkbiiy,Sc. Standwaite. Tribe No. 57,Red Men meets everv Friday sleep. CiiAUOK Long, Sec. Modoru Woodmen of the World, No. llM2meet every Wednesday. Y. Q. Wamckk, Seo. Klub Kentuck open all hours. ilunlnenB meeting: '2nd Tuesday in each month. C. L. Abhhv, Sec. Elks, IJ. P. O. No. 738 meets at MadlEouvIllo Monday night. Jas. E. Francoway, Secy. Visiting memborB aro cordially invited to attend any of these Lodges. CHURCHES. Catholio Chukoii. FlrBt mass every Sunday and holy day rit 7:00 a. m. Secoud mass and preaching U:U0 a. in. Vesperfe and benediction 7 p. in. Rev. J. P. McParlnnd, Pastor. Christian Chukoii. Sunday school at 9:80 a. m. Preaching every Lord'R day at 10:45 a. m, and 7 p m. Pravc mooting ovory WedneB. day at 7:80 p. ra. Elcfor W. G. Eldrod, pastor. M. E. Chukoh. Regular services third Sunday at 11 a. in. and 7 :30 p. ra. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:80. Sunday-school at 0:80 a. m. Class meeting, second Sunday at 10:80a.m. Rev. J. H.Embry, pastor Epworth Lottguo W. S. Bram well, president. Meots every Sun day evening at 0:45 p. in. at the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. All aie welcome. M. E. Ciiuitoii, South. Rev. J D, Fraser, pastor. SorvlceB on everv Sunday ut 11 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. Sunday sehool at 0:80 a. m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday evenings at 7:80 o'clock. Ep worth League, every Sunday ovoulug atfl:80. Ladies' Aid Society ovory Mondav afternoon. Otilolal Board meeting Monday after Jim Sunday in oruIi month. Mibsionahy Baptist Chukoii Preaching tho fourth Suuday at 11 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. and the preced ing Saturday night. Church meeting Saturday night bo fore the 4th Sun day, Sunday school at 0:ti0 a. in. Praver meeting everv Mondav night ut7:80. Rev. C. H. Grlgsou, PaBtor Ubnbual Baptist Caiman. Services Saturday night before the Urst Sunday in each month at 7:80 p. m.. first Sttuday at 11 a. m. and 7 :H0 p. in Prayer meeting Friday even nig ai 7:00. Itev. Uumpus, pastor Pbkbhytkbian Chuboh Hki ijA.Kegular servloes first Tiiursiiay at 7:B0 p. in. and third Sunday ut 8:30 p.m. In each mouth. Suuday school each Sunday morning at 0:80 -.o'clock. Episcopal Church Regular servi ceu every Tuesday night at the City Library, at 7:45 p. m. Public v mil ally Invited tu attend. Gt.o. (J. Auiiitt, Rector. hakes First Place in' the American Asso ciation Louisville Second. Owing to tho many complaints received reccutly, secret service officials believe that n well-organized gang of crooks, operating all over the country, is engaged in passing the noted of defunct state raulcs upon the careless and if: nor a ut. JKvitlently a vast quantity of th!8o notes luive been secured by tho jdiurpere. They uiejust us good in workmanship as real government money and some of the notes bear n close resemblance to Uncie Sum's cur rency. The notes most often passed by the sharpers are those of the State Bank of NewBruus wick, N. J., which litis been out of existence for forty years and the defunct state bank of Sa vannah, Ga. Several arrests nave aireauy been made in an effort to stop thie illegitimate traffic. INDIANAPOLIS Milwaukee, Wis. Sept. 15. The season of baseball in the American Association came to a close yesterday with the Louie-ville-Iudianupolis game. Indian apolis wins the pennant. The teams finished with games won and lost in the following order : Olub Won Lost Pet. Iudianopolis 92 0L .G02 Louisville 88 65 .575 Columbus 80 8 .557 Toledo 81 27 .580 Miunoapolis.. ..77 76 .502 Milwaukee 71 83 .450 Kansas Oitv 70 88 .458 St. Paul 48 105 .847 A Sure-enough Knocker. J. C. Guodwin,of Reidsville, N. C says: "Buoklen's Arnica Salve is a sure-enough knocker for ulcers. A bad one came on my leg last Bum mer, but mat wonaeriui salve knocked it out in a few rounds. Not even a scar remained," Guaranteed for piles, Bores, burns etc. 2oc. at all leading drugstore. , ! COLORED COLUMN! S. H. DBIVBB KDITOB The Epworth league services at the CM. E. church were well at tended and tho subjeot well diccusB od by 8. D. Androws, G.W.Gladdish' and others. The subjects are well studied through the week in order that all the information posslblo may bo gamed. Our school is moving along such I llueB as never before, The teachers, although already overtasked b y numbers of pupils, are doing valiant work, though work is the watoh- Worda of Praise For the several ingredients of which Dr. Pierce's medicines are composed, as given by leaders '. all the several schools of medicine, should have tar raoro weight than any amount of non-professional tes timonials. Dr. Plerco'sFavorlte Prescrip tion has tub badge or uoNRSTY on every bottle-wrapper, in a full list of all its in gredients printed In plain English. If you are an invalid woman and suffer from frequent headache, backache, gnaw ing dlstrjR In stomach, periodical pains, dlsagrcty1e, catarrhal, pelvic drain, draggliWdown distress In lower abdomen or pelvis, perhaps dark spots or specks danchfg before the eyes, faint spells and klndfol sy matorns caused by femalo weak ness, otethejrderangement of the feminine organs, Wy can not do better than taka Dr. Plereh Favorite Prescription. The hrfiltal, surgeon's knife and opera ting tauimay be avoided by the timely use of VFflYflrJj4..Prescrlpton" in such ckses. Thereby tV obnoxious examin ations ana iifm irintmi'ni&)Jho family phytldan can be avoided and attiormuTh i oi anccessiui trf airpeiu corrieo out S'Milff )CB! ItLlwpL 'i'aTorlts) rlDtlon " rcom nosed oTtne very best fe nr bBiWVTir Cflufj InC Prescription " loco in posed ol the very best native medicinal roots known to medical science for the cure of woman's peculiar ailments, contains no alcohol and no harmful or habit-forming drugs. Do not expect too much from "Favorite Prescription; " it will not perform mira cles ; It will not Uisolve or cure tumors. No medicine will. It will do as much to establish vigorous health In most weak nesses and aliments peculiarly Incident to women as any medicine can. It must bo given a fair chance by perseverance In its use for a reasonable length of time. Yon, ran'j fffy' " p ennrot my trmn H8 a substitute for ihji """'y "( fW'! rynnK)hHKin ted by . R. V- tjlck women are Invited to consult Dr. PJerce, by latter, frtt. All correspond ence la guarded as sacredly secret and womanly confidences are protect professional privacy. Address Dr, Pierce, liufxalo, N. Y. Dr. Pierce's Pleaxant Pellets the bet laxative and regulator of the bowels. Tboy iuvlgorata stomach, liver and bowels. Od a laxative : .two or three cathartic Kavy to tako t caudy, work of all. The high school grade Is in excellent form and Earllngton bids fair to be tho bannor school in Wostorn Kentucky. The Mt. Zlon Baptist church wor sblpqd "with feA.M.E.Zion ehurcli Sunday'afterpjjii, also tho O. M, E. chrch, tho oocaBion boing the faro well sermon of tho faithful pastor, Rev. T, O. Stoner. Tho services were oxcollent. If our churches could draw such an Influx as the lodges tho much talked of problem would be solved in short order. In the last three weeks 87 havo joined tho Odd Fel lows, 17 tho K. P's. and 0 tho Masons. Let the heads of theso orders prove their fealty to God and be followed to the churches, Mrs. Dellie Booker, of No. hill, who has been confined to the r.onse with sickliest for sumo lime, Is still unable to perform her daily labor. We trust she may toon recover. Mrs. Celia Dnnlap Is not much if any better. Mrs. Scott Davlc.of Boswell,Mont., 1b In town the guest of Mrs. Abo Osborne. Mr. Sam Wortham, who has 'been quite sick, is nblo to be at work again. A Taft club, with headquarters at the Odd fellows hall, will bo organ ized seon. This has been a hard week, show, brvse ball and emancipation day. It, will tako until the flrrt of January to fully recover. The banquet of the U. B. F. and S. M. T's was a ireat succesB. fWiV T 1 nn -1 1 a i Juadies 1 ailored Duits ' - Again We ask Attention to Our Ladies9 Long Coat Suits. In consequence of the exceptionally grat ifying sale upon our first purchase advertised a few weeks since, we, last week wrote our house to make us at once another shipment of like amount, which has just reached us by express and we are forced to admit the last lot1 out classed the first. . Hecla Colored Hewi. We have beun having some won derful sermons during this month. Good attendance every night. Tho Stork viBited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Curlon'a last week and left a fine baby boy. Mother and child are doing wolT. Mr. Joe Wilcox and family, who have bceu living at St. Charles, havo moved into our midst. Mr. Ram Robb, who has been in disposed for several weeks, is im-, proving nicely. 1 MIbb Salllo Jones and Mrs. Mag gie Redd, of Barusley, visited Mr. and Mrs. Brltt last Suuday. Rev. H. Amos preached a soul stirring sermon for ub last Sunday niRht. Mbb Mollle Haull I s visiting friends in Evansville this week. Mrs. Stella Quails and childreuflftTT7' spent Sunday with . Mrs. Sal lie Eaves. Ed Stoval, who has been sick for a long time, died on Monday night at his home iu Mortons Gap .from a complication of diseases. He was burled at Flat Creok cemetery with Odd Fellows ceremonies. He being a mombor In good standing of Earl ingtou lodgo G. U. O. F. 1720, also Household of Ruth 337 both bodies 'attending In a body. Rev. H. A.mo6 Chaplain officiating. Dircctolrej for' Hen. Chicago, Sept. 15.-rSheath ef fects have invaded the male' wardrobe. Narrow', , clinging coats, guaranteed to adhere to the form of man and impart the same Bvelte appearance affected by the other sex, will be "the thing" this fall. The fact wus showu yesterday at the opening of the American Style and Fashion Show, at 185 Dearborn street, Numerous ex-" amples of the sheath style in men's apparel were ou display. They were sent from all parts of the country for the exhibition, which many Chicago tailors us sert, signifies that the nation is realizing that the cveU-dressed man follows the 6tyles accepted by Chicago. One of the most noticeablo "sheaths" wus an exhibit Irom Pittsburg. It was a busiues coat. Out narrow about the hips and fastened by two cute cloth but tons, it slopes upwards in a deli cate curve, fittiDg snugly at the shoulders aud cut low iu front. The "iuYisible braid" running along tho edge of the lapols aud cuffs was declared very proper. Another "sheath" coat was dis closed in "tho honeymoon." Tho coat is double-breasted aud but tons almost under the sleovo on the left side. As tho wallet pocket is on the right side, in side, it is declared to bo almost impossible to teach, Itcbl Iicbl Iichl-ScraKiil Scratch! Scraicbi Tbe jooro you icratcb the wcrie the Itch. Try Doan'i Ointmeat. ItCurot pilt, ccicoia, any ilia Itcbloa. All drugcist ulU II. Come and Sec if You Agree With Us Special Attention to be Shown Ladies BISHOP & CO. Madisonville, - - Kentucky. rowwwww The Clean Grocery Webb Bros., Probrietors r x We have moved into our 'new store, which is located on Railroad street opposite the Depot, and have in stock anything which is Carried in a first class grocery store. Having two delivery wagons we can deliver your orders on. shorter notice than any other gro cery in town, and as to our account keeping, it is always correct as we . have the celebrated American regis- -ter, giving you a duplicate of the amount purchased, consequently you; are keeping your own account. Our prices are always guaranteed.. Give us a call.., F Tni: Clean Grocery L Webb Bros., Proprietors Tft 1 1Mb wp W ."Wi.