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I ONLY SIX MORE BARGAIN DAYS!
My Great LOOM-END and
y i III
if.. .
ft
Clearance
Sale
Will possible go down in merchandising history as the one great
ciossai event intnis community, ,
I Have Smashed the Price '
on every short length, all odd lots of brand new seasonable T o-Kc? ' 9 T 11
merchandise, which will mean six more days of fast selling. lcUlieb atlU MlSSCS UrCSSeS, all
You cannot afford to miss a single day during of which afe new, lip-tO-date
; the final whirl-wind wind-up. Seasonable Merchandise
m
DlT GoodS, Clothing, ShoeS, Hundreds of bargain prices which space will not permit.
HatS, Cap$? DrUggetS, RU2;S, Come now while dollars DO DOUBLE DUTY.
Mattings, Shirt Waists, Skirts, sale closes Saturday, july 31, 1914.
H. D. COWAND, Earlington, Ky.
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PAUL M. MOORE.
CDirOR ANO PUBLISHBA
I
. , -v J. E. PAWOHTT
J1 rSOCI1E EDITOR ANO BUSINESS MANAGER
Member et
Kentucky Press Association
-mnd-
1Smtt District Publishers League
Advertising Rates
Display Advertisements,
single issue 15c per inch
Locals and Inside Pages,
Readers lOo per line
Resolutions and Cards of
Thanks Be per line
Obituary Poetry Be per line
Slight reductions on time
contract ulsplay advertise
ments. Also locals that run
several months without change
Entered at the Earllugton
Post Offlce as Second Class
Matter.
HmcM Office in Muauontille, Kentucky, Miss Lucy JFaucelt, Manager,
1 Mmc JVe. 71-2 Rings
Telephone 47
Friday, July 24, 1914
Miss Francis Elgin' left; Monday
morning for a weeks visit in Hop-
kinsville.
.ANNOUNCEMENT
We are authorized to announce
fcdjse J. W. Heuson as a candi
te for Oonaress from the;Sec
cd district, subject to the ac
tn of the democratic party.
f '
rf0 MAMMOTH GAVE
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Claude Morton
UNDERTAKER
Center St. Madisonville, Ky
How's This?
We oiler One Hundred Dollars
Reward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be curedbv Hail's Catarrh
Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O
We, the undersigned, have Jknown F
Cheney Ifor the last 15 years, and believe htm
perfectly honorable la all businejj transactions
and financially able to carry oot any obligations
made by his firm.
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE,
Toledo, O
Hall's Catar.h Cure Is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
be system. Testimonials sent free. Price 73c
per bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills (or constipation.
Success That Hurts.
The success of the rogue sometimes
neutralizes the efforts of the preacher,
New York American.
Madisonville Notes
August, II, 1914
M
f H E LAST GREAT REDUCTION
fcound trip railroad fare $3.40.
ird at Cave Hotel iucludiug
3b! several routes m the Gave
r5.50. Making total cost for
days' trip $8.90. goiug on
-jilar morning trains. Limit
'tickets 10 davs. Write or
no L. & N. Agent.
D
Sm
evere Attacked of Colic Cured
Alt E. Cross who travels in Vir
tus, aud other Southern States,
ijjtttken suddenly and severely 111
Aaj colic. At the first store he
s to the merchant recommend
. bamberlaln'fl Collo, Cholera and
f rboea Remedy. Two doses of
"red him. iNoone should leave
t on a journey without a bottle
Mb preperatlon. For sale by all
StfM.
Woodson Browning, of Hender
son, was in the city Sunday.
Miss Ida Bobbitt wlio has been
at work at Hygea for a few weeks
lias returned home.
Mies Virginia Homenan, of Daw
sou, visited her aunt, Mrs. Dempsey
Sunday. y
Neal Spillmau, of Guthrie, was in
the city Sunday night.
Bummers Cooper, of Hopkiusville
was In town Sunday.
Pat Martin, who has been visiting
Mibs Hazel Benson for several
woeljB, has returned home,
Clarence Givlns, of Dixon, was iu
town Friday.
James Sory spout Suntyay in Daw.
son.
Misses Margaret and Ruth Lamb
of Nashville, who has been visiting
their grandmother, Mrs. Storey are
spending this week in Dawson.
Did You
Know
That you can
get a good sol
id Oak Porch
Swing with
chains and
hooks c 0 m
plete for only
$3.00
Ask Us
About It
O'BRYAN, UTLEY
& GO,
Incorporated
Phone in
Madisonville, Ky.
Every Farmer Should Have
A Handsaw
A Wdsaw
A Crasscut Saw
A Hatchet
A Hammer
A Plane
A Ousel
A Metal Knife
A WaadFde
A Drawing Knife
A Square
Rale
Tape Measure
Pesthole Digger
Brace and Bits
Screw Driver
Auger
Nails, Bolts, Screws.
$6.75
will buy this splendid
complete assortment of
tools for the farm, and
their use will be worth
several times their cost
to you in a year's time.
V f MM
1 war time ts money on
"Farm
the
. ,
and you.cannot afford to waste it by chasing in
to town for small repairs which you could as well
do yourself.
This small investment will provide you with
the means of mating ordinary repairs promptly
and save valuable time and money.
If you have a portion of them, let us make
you a price on the remainder of these tools, every
one of which is fully guaranteed to be of the best
W. H. Whitford
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rasiiiiy,wiraiiiTaE
Mannarn Ma If Rn.instiftrt Tnnrinir Car
1 rucks. Kebuilt to Atce" 11)14
specifications. Car fare refunded
to out of town purchasers. A
equipment ygr$280
RECEIVE
AOHNTS
wanted every
where.
1 1 m jw'svlirl i tiB3uu
AY
Uni'u3lMOtLiES
Are FUI.I.Y KQUimjD. Top. Wind
ibield,UtectricIIorn,Generator,Tools, pump, Iimps, Tube repair kit.
CAPACITIES
cu. 1040 ism it
2690 &(. (6toa) k!
ANB
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m ) c 1 o 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
FORE DOOR TOURING CAR
WORTH
SI?IIOHSTFIIS
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Are CUARANTEEB FOR ONE YEAR
on Um umi term m j-
KMCMCA'S HMHEST PRtCtB fsitc
96 PI UUitr.ted Look ,how, 71 mfa ,
aJ wM, of "AUg" Rebuik C.n.
butscnte For Tke B
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buslneiB Monday,
Toriau Tate in Hopkiusville on

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