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I deslro to'thank alt my patrons for patronage In
my old stand, I am now In my new home and am'
better prepared than ever to take care ot your orders,
and will appreciate a continuance of your trade.
Morions Gaf), Ky. Phone 6
Complete line of General Merchandise. Gauntry Produce Bought and Sold
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Flue line of Stetson, Lion Brand and Big Bear j 3 i
HATS just received. J I ,, J
Shoes S lines "m k 1
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BeBt line of SHOES iu town. We positively will ' Jm, M j$
not buy Shoes that are not solid leather. & W )M
WE CAN FIT YOU 1 f ; j
The man who whispeis down a
About the things he has to sell
Will never reap a crop of dollars
Like he who climbs a tree and
News of the Town
A full line of the popular copy
right books at Sink Book Storo Mad
isonyllle. for 50 cents por copy.
Mibs Lelu Oole, of Nashville,
Tenn., is visiting her aunt Mrs.
OIiuf. Webb ou South Riilroad
Street. Miss Cole is a very
cha'riruug youim lady and has
made a number of friends in the
Havo you aeon ilie new MIRROR
SCREEN at the IDLE HOUR.
Just received a big shipment of
the new copyright books at SIsk's
Hook Store Madisonvllle, only 60
cents the copy.
L. C, Wiley has been confined
to his room for several days but
is able to bo out aeain.
W- T. Buttou, of Howell, Ind,
who has been confiued with ty
phoid fever is able to be in town.
Mra. Stella Kemp is on the
Anyone interested In buying a
home for either homo or renting
purposes can find out something to
their advantage by calliug at the
Mr p. Susie Turner is on the sick
list this week.
Mrs. W. E. Ashby is visiting
her daughter Mrs. Dou Wise, of
Will Simmons, of St. Louis,
was in town Monday.
The best pictures in the world
projected on the best screen in
the world and on the best ma
chine in the world. That's the
way we do it at the IDLE HOUR
Mrs Lucy Bean and daughter Dot
left Monday for Russelvllle where
they wero called to the bed side of a
Stove Motherhead of Evansville
was 'In towu Tuesday.
JIIbb Loveiilu Edwards of Walton
Ky is the guest of Misses Hazel
Fawcttt of Madlsonville.
Mrsi Tom Cauolor and sister sent
the wiek end In Nebo with pareuts.
RoviSouthurdof Madlsonville was
in town Suudaj night.
Sam Langly and Ed Arnold ot
Madisonvllle attended the Domocra
tio Speaking last night-
Mpb Worn Knnv.n Mnn hr ,41 n..
, . . ""!' i'viunu naa 111 luaumuu
Miss B. E. Nourse was in Madison
Henry Rodgors Ib back from
Owensboro to vote.
Mrs. Harriet Brownlg spent Tues
day in Madlsonville.
Mrs. John X. Taylor of Greenville
will arrive in city Tuesday to Bnend
a few day with frlonds.
Qivens Fugate spent Tuesday in
cau get room In good location.
Apply at this ofllco.
Bom to Mr. and Mra. Kay Herb In
Howel Ind tomlly of this place a fin
girl leveu and half pounriB mother
hd daugtorare dolug well.
Clyde Thomas left Monday for
Baker Tenn where he will spend
Rev. W. 0. Bradon of Prlnoton, Ky
and formerly of this place is
in town Beoing old friends and for
tho purpose of voting.
It's here folks!! What? The
new Mirror Screen. Whort?
At tho IDLE THEATEE.
Miss Hattle "Wallaco of Mortons
Gap who has uuaergoue au operation
at Dr. Gllbort Sanitarium of Evans
villo Ind rotured to her home Salur
day mornlug In chargo of Miss Dot
Bean. Miss Warraco has numerous
friendB In Earlington who will bo
glad to learn of her improvement.
The biggest and best line of books
for boys and girls ever brought to
the city, at SIsk'B Book Store Madi
sonvillo. Prloos are right.
Rev. W N. Martin filled his regu
rar appointment at tho Methodist
Church, at Mortons Gap, Snday.
He dellvorod a spllnded sermou to
an interested and earnest congrega
tion. Mils Rose Fox who has been con
nected witti the 81 Bernard Hospi
tal for some years will leave lor
her borne in Louisville to take a
much neoded rout. Miss Fox Is one
of the most popular and esteemadle
les who has been In the City and her
many friends regrets to loose her,
aud hope sho will return in the nea
Miss Mary Blair who has been in
tho St. Bernard Hospital for several
weeks with tyPhoId fever is ennve
la8cent and her many friends will
de glad to learn that she will be re
moved to her home Tuesday.
MIbb Veronica Fauna one of EaW
lngtous charming yonug ladies has
accepted a position with the St. Ber
nard Drug Co. fdr' a few weeks'
Mrs. Jack Stokes is spondlug the
week In Hanson with Mr?. Bob
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Big Business in Men's Overcoats
We're ready with big stocks, greatassort
meut8 and varieties, concerning every Held of
Overcoat, use, only the kind that is worthy of
your choice -really fine Overcoats, whether they
are worn for the warmth and comfort they af
ford or the style they reflect.
Fall weights, winter weights, for coats,
rain coats, auto coats, dress coatjs, business
coats, work coats aud slip on, to match your
purpose, price and service. Imported and do
mestic styles aud materiuls.
' Price range for Overcoats, $10 to 20
Price range for Suits, $10 to $45 ,
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IT PAYS TO TRADE HERB
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E.VANS.V.I VLB :y-fw?l rs Q AN Ak.m
Tho Motto of the Idle Hour
has always been "Nothiug to
pood for our Patrons" and their
(actions show that they are living
(up to it.
Misses Margaret MoPhorson and
Lurline Coil of Madlsonville passed
through the city Thursdoy afternoon
on their way to flopkinsville to
atten the Masqe ball at that place.
Muon Wilson was in our city 'yesterday.
Luolan Turner went to Providonqe
If you want to see the best
pho,to pinys in the world you
will come to the Idle flour Tnea-tre.
Mrs D. P. Banks and little son
Paul Jr. who has been in Henderson
for the pest montb returned borne
Miss Margaret Victory spent
Thorsday night in Madlsonville.
Sloan's Dniment gives
quick relief for cough, cold,
hoarseness, sore throat,
croup, asthma, hay fever
Mr, Ar.nr.nT W. PBiCK.of Fredonta,
Kan., writes : " We use 81oan' Lint
mcut in the family and And it an ex
cellent relief for cold wid liny fever
attacks. It stops couching and meet
ing almost instantly."
RELIEVED SORE THROAT.
Mrs. L. BitEWEB.of Modollo.Fla.,
trrltos: ' I bought one bottle of your
Liniment and ltdldmoall the good In
the world. My throat was very sore,
and It cured me of my trouble."
GOOD FOR COLD AND CROUP.
Mb. W. II. StbAuok, 3721 Elmwood
Arenne, Chicago, IU.,writesi "A lit
tle boy next door had croup. I gate
the mother Sloan's Liniment to try.
She ga.JO him three drops on sugar
before going to bed, and he got up
without the croup In the morning."
Price, 25c, SOo,, $l-0O
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D. P.BankB, E. L. Wise and XV. F.
Sheridan were in Monday afternoon.
Norris King of St Charlos was in
town last nioht.
Chilblains, frosted feet or hands,
can be cured with one or two appli
cations of BALLARD'S SNOW
LTNIMENT. It quickly relieves
itching or tenderness of the flesh.
Price 25c, 50c and $1 00 per bottle.
Sold by St. Bernard Mining Co. In
corporated, Drug Department.
St. Margarett's Guild
The St. Miirjitirett's Guild
members met at the home of
Mrs. V. H. Kline, Mouday, ou
North Main stnt, in the after
noon at 2' o'rloclc, to arrauge
their regular work for the Epis
In severe casea of sore lungs, you
need au internal and external reme
dy, Buy the dollar size BALL
ARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP,
you get two remedies for the price
of one. With every dollar bottle
there Ih a fr fciEURIOK'S RED
PEPPER POROUS PLASTER for
the chest. Sold by St. Bernard Min
ing Co. Incorporated, Drug Department.
Paris Generous in Tribute.
Paris Is generous in statues erected
to her heroes. Voltaire, for instance,
Is honored with four memorials. There
are two to Diderot, of "Dictlonalro
Encyclopedique" fame. Tho haughty
but melancholy profile of tho poet Al
fred de Musset is to bo seen In three
places. Jeanne d'Arc has four statues.
Lamartine, statesman, poet and revo
lutionist, has two cfllgies. ,
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Program For Arbor Day November 13
At a meeting of the Board of
Sinking Fund Commissioners ou
Oct. 30th in the executive office
the following program was adop
ted for the, exercises which will
take place on Arbor day, Nov.
13th, in connection with the
planting of the trees m the rear
of the Capitol building by the
The exercises will begin at
eleven (II) a. m. sharp aud will
bo held on the portico in the rear
of the Capitol buildiug. '
The program will be as fol
lows: Invocation Eev. Jesse Zeig
ler. Welcome to the City Mayor
Welcome to the Capitol Gov.
Antiquity of Memorial Tree
Planting and its Beautiful Senti
ment Judge James Garnett.
Arbor Day and Forestry For
ester J. E. Barton.
Planting of TreeB by Public
School President Barker, of
Address Lieutenant Gover
Forest Planting in the Future
Mr. H. F. Hillenraeyer.
Following these exercises each
county delegation will adjourn to
toss a shovel full of earth on the
tree which it has seut, with such
other exercises as they mav -lect.
In the conspicuous little plot
of grouud formed by the junction
of the existing and proposod au
tomobile road Governor Mc-
Oreary will plaut one tree, a
Burr Oak, for theState-at-Lirge,
so that standing alone in its soli
tary splendor it will be a mem
orial of the kindly feeling which
has so long existed between him
and the people he has served so
well, who hold him in such high
A band will be provided to
furnish music duriug the exer-cises-
' Porto Rico's New Wonder
From far away Porto Rico come
reports of a wonderful new discov
ery that is believed will vastly bene
fit the people. Ramon T. Marohan
of Barceloneta,. writes, "Dr. King's
New Discovery Is. doing splendid
work here. It cured me about five
times of terrible coughr and colds,
also my brother of a Bevere cold In
his chest and morn than 20 others,
who used it ou my advice. We hope
this great medicine will yet bo sold
in every Drnc store in Porto Rico."
For throat aud lung trouble there is
nothing better. A trial will con
vince you of its merit. 50c and $1.00
Guaranteed by all Druggists.
Mortons Gap M. E. Church South
The pastor preached Suuday
morning and evening in the Odd
Fellows Hall. The evening ser
vice was well attended by the
young peop'e. One addition to
the church. Prayer meeting
Thursday evening at the home of
Mr. David Hiues. All invited.
A Great Building Falls
when its foundation is undermined,
and if the fouudation of health
good digestion is attacked,' quick
collapse, follows. Ou the first signs
of Indigestion, Dr. King's New Life
Pills should be taken to tono the
stomach and regulate liver, kidneys
and bowels. Pleasant, easy, safe
and only 25o at all Druggists.
Beauty In Expression.
If the great number of women who
believe that they are sadly lacking
In beauty who pass valuable time and
money In vainly trying to acquire it
could but be brought to realize that
the highest form of beauty Is that
of expression I This Is attained by the
possession of Inward graces, which
frequently transform a so-called plain
face Into one more beautiful and win
ning than tho combination of a per
fect complexion and regular features.
They Won't Believe It
Many people who do not deserve
them have good neighbors.
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I without regard to price I $ 'I fl
I To such good judges of good things j I
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Second Hand Shoes
Repairing done while you wait. Ail work
guaranteed or your money refunded.
Boston Shoe Refrairin Shojj
110 Mam St.
BEE ADS PAY. GET THE HABIT
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Cash or Credit
Wby pay cash when j'ou
can take advantage of our
liberal credit arrangement,
with small weekly or month
"We Ineall Kot ?V&tcli You.
We do sin extensive credit business in watches,
jewelry and silverware; and all we ask is that you &S
watch yourself to meet payments promptly.' Ask .$
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