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WEATHER FORECAST FOR THURSDAY,
For Western Kentucky and
k Tennessee: Hear ami dry.
Continued extreme cold.
northerly winds, becoming'
Yl.STKMIA Y"S TKMl'lil'ATlMlI!.
8 ji.ni.. .1: s p.m., I below; nigncst, 1 1
lowest. S below.
Sun rises. (.."1H: sets, ."i.3'J.
Jlofln rises. 0.12 a. in.
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The Rkcokh, 50c. a year,
l'annell pays cash for fun;.
O'Uryan & Miller have mattings
I. V. Ration had a very severe
fall Monday! .
Do vou want iob nrintini:? We
do the best.
Take 1 your shoes to Hoard and
have them promptly repaired.
Choice fre;h meats, oysters, fish,
celery, etc, at PannelPs market.
Miss Nellie Duncan sprained her
wrist while out skating last Monday.
Nord furnish you plans and
cifj' utiotis foe any kind of build
N. Martin can clean up your
suit and nutuc it look and fit
Ai new. 4 .
Samnle conies of Tin: Ilixouu
nay be obtained on application to
Someone must have shadowed the
round Hog the and. and prevented
. J. D. Hoard, shoemaker, is keep
ing people from being sick by .fixing
up their shoes.
New spring nniplcs are shown by
K. N. MartTn 2 him your or
der i 1 thi-x
Mc .. 11 led irom his office
door Mpnday sustaining several se
vere injuries. ' "
Great line of mattings, in new
spring patterns, have just been open
ed by O'liryan & Miller.
Mr. L. C. Chatham, who become
unconscious Monday from severe
rheumatic pains, is reported better'.
The City. Council hasi granted Mr.
J.. Tiosley the right. to erect on
sirvorthrsvold! mm a,, new plrui
r. w. v. bloaiij the popuiar
C. agent, has a 'nice house near
7 ' ,the depot which is rapidly Hearing
,y$ t' Come and sec our complete line
. 4,vf Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Ladies'
and Gents Furnishings.
; J, R. Morgan, So. CarrolltonY
A r. f nriT. ri
11. viuuigu i cicii, wiiiiu carrv
If you want The Rkcoud,
must subscribe for it.
Roark is closing out all ice skates at
net factory cost.
Cash paid for poultry for next 30
tlays. J. P. Paxkui.l. v
Sec Nord about getting your old
houses remodeled into modem dwell
A 50c. investment in a year's sub
scriptlon to This Rkcoud is a good
Wagoners are charging about doub
lc rates for hauling now, but thev
earn their money all right.
Merchants and clerks have not
been rushed with trade this week.
Very few people have been in town.
The ground-hog couldn't see his
shadow and he fixed it so we could
not see ours either, for several days
J. R. Morgan, South Carrollton,
wants your chickens, butter, eggs
and all other marketable produce at
A considerable nuantity of
"ground hog" and other heat-pro
ducing foods have been consumed
since the 2d. inst.
Mr. Harry Bridges, of Louisville,
made, the city his regular business
visit yesterday. Of course he sub
scribed for The Record.
The principal interest of Muhlen
berg is1n tobacco. and The Record
will with the next issue, publish a
column devoted entire! v to this sub
Nearly everyone reads the papers
these days. And a great number who
read the papers, read the advertise
ments. And they trade with the ad
Postmaster .'Reynolds has put up a
notice prohibiting smoking in his of
fice. Tjhis is a tiling that should
have been done long ago, and now
that the step has been taken,
the notice should be respected.
J. l'L Reynolds and Charley Urad-
ley killed a genuine wild turkey
apiece last Thursday. Several per
sons have reported seeing signs of
two droves in the Jernigan Chapel
An alarm of fire caused the usual
ruhi. of the bucket, brigade early
uNrpiula'nrnrngj.; fThc 7sNymyi!Je:J
ing out ashes from his officsc last
u 5,5-." Tuesday, received a severe fall. He
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if. 7 jujjuiicu lulling iiyut SIUU UJJ Willi
care and unhurt.
A merciful man is merciful to his
beast. Take your horse to Grundy's
feed and livery stable when you
come to town. He will be oared for
in1 the best possible manner.
Now is the time, Roark's the
f - place, and Wright's the man to re
? pair your old shoes and make new
ones. The. only first-class shoe
maker in town. W. S. Wright.
The residence of Jim Joscy, who
lives near Powderly, was entirely dc
. stroyed by fire last Saturday night.
He was very unfortunate, not saving
household goods except a scw-
he small boy has been in all the
glory of his existence this week.
The sleet furnfshed him a wide area
for skating1 on Sunday, followed by
snow and the usual sport of coasting
of which he has made good the op
portunities. .One party has subscribed for six
copies of this paper, sending five to
distant friends. We trust the re
membered ones will appreciate the
t favor as highly as wo do. Such aH
tion is very encouraging to us, and
is worthy of imitatiou.
This cold spell will be very severe
on quail. Several hunters have ex
pressed themselves that if this spell
lasted long it would be very disas
trous to the n6xt season's shooting.
The birds will as a last rcslirt go to
the barns for food and if the pco
pie will not trap them then they may
get through this cold snap, t
' . Marriage license were granted to
. the following parties:
Feb'. 3: C. W. Cisncy to .Miss
Sarah Craig. Both parties reside
in the Rosewood neighborhood.
Feb. a; Robert D. Vincent to
Miss Mary 13cll Browning, contract'
ing parties residing near Earles. '
' Feb. 1: Roscoe Skipworth, of
.' JRiolkwood, to Miss Cordelia Hodge,
vi we place,
Mr. R. T. Martin has been confined
for several days on account of grip
but is up again.
Ice is being put up. It lias good
healthy proportions, beinar about
eight inches thick.
See the great reductions in flan
nels, heavy shoes, pants, hats, boy's
suits, etc., at A. Cohen's.
Mrs. Win. T. Miller has been seri
ously ill for some days, and is re
ported no better this morning,
loy pavements and the grip are keep
ing n grout number of our oitixuns in
their homes thin week. Suuh ai uombi
nation Is bard to push against.
Dr. T. J. Slaton was called Tues
day morning to attend the daughter
of Ci. B. Head who was very badly
R. Martin & Co., have just put
acetylene gas in their big dry goods
store. The lights will greatly en
hance the appearance and comfort of
the store at night
Go T. J. Jones for dry goods, dress
goods, and dress trimmings; shoes,
groceries, and all articles usually
kept in a first class dry goods and
millinery store. 2t
Mrs. Woosley the prominent evan
gelist, who has had remarkable sue
cess, will begin a series of meetings
here in the Cumberland J'rcsbyteri
an' church. The meeting will begin
about the 1st. of March.
Rev. J. P. Lowry, oftLitilc Rock,
Ark., is holding a protracted meet
ing at Auburn, Ky. Rcv. Lowry
will be remembered by our people
for the great good accomplished in
a scries of meetings here two years
Mrs. Will Lucas, colored, is. dan
gerously burned and thought to be
dying. At 6.30 o'clock this morn
ing her clothing caught on fire from
a grate, and she was horribly burned
before the flames were extinguished.
Mr. R. K. Humphrey is thinking
of locating a planing mill and ma
chine shop near the depot. This is
an enterprise which should com
mand good patronage. And in Mr.
Humphrey's hands will no doubt do
Mr. Clarence B. Hayes came home
from the south yesterday morning, on
u visit, to hjs father and mother. He
ihaf atadi?fhir from the U. .S. armyy
n honor o
Mr. and Mrs. J
invited several of
to dinner on Feb.
the marriage of th
Humphrey to Mi ¬
llie occasion was .gry enjoyable
one to all parties present and the
invited guests report agreat dinner
and plenty of merrinnhit,
Clearance Sale !ow Cost
a: Co., an
f all winte
d by Feby
in great va
AMONG THE CHURCHES. . a
c 1 .ya
Mrs. M. 15. Mai.
nouuee a clearing s -millinery
goods at p.
All goods must be 1..
20. New spring go
riety will arrive Marker,.
Do you like the lOQ-of this pa
per? It costs 50c a Qar.
We have just adi :o our stock
a nice lot of pocke : es, purses
pipes, paper and e pes, pencils,
pens, tablets, com-.- jushes, toilet
soap, hand nurroi Call and
see our goods and pnlf.
(iRKKN'vii.i.tt Groci r.& Bakery
Co. D. S. Duxcva AIanagek.
. S. Duxcvjl
Rev. B. T. Watsoi. .te Kvan-
gclist of the Cumber l'resbyte
nan church, coinmei ' I v protract
ed revival service at ( , Id, Breck-
enridgc county, last iv. Bro.
Watson was pastoi the C. P.
church at this place Tor several
years, and by his earnest work and
high rnnstian character, greatly en
deared himself not onI to his neo-
pie, but to the mcmberf of all the
On Kebruary ist,'Mr. Abb
Humphrey was uniter'') marriage
to Miss Lynn Lovell.
Mr. Mike Lovell, who
proihinent fanners, .
town. The ceremony
ized by Rev. M. . 1:
Greenville. After the
elegant supper served
Gilt. I HE RECflPJ
illations to theJ
them a life of-
not inubrfj ,
l ighter of
ac of our
sewing machine dh display at Roark'.
furniture store. It is the best sew
ing machine made, is a neat piece
of furniture, and is sold at the right
Two cars were derailed from the
switch at the depot last Sunday.
The traqk was torn up slightly, and
some trouble and delay were caused
in getting the cars back on the
Captian Pierce of Drakesboro has
just returned from Chicago, where he
has been in the interest of the, Black
Diamond Coal Co. He contracted
for additional electrical mining
machinery for their plant.
New '99 Crescent Bicycles are on
display at Roark's and you arc invit
ed to call and sec them. The chain
less is the greatest wheel out, and
will have greatly increased sales this
season, on account of improvements
which make it perfect.
This is a county newspaper, and
wajnts the county news from every
section. A good correspondent is
wanted in each community, and
will be secured to report regularly.
But any one who has an item of
interest will greatly aid us by telling
us about it, and the favor will be
A stock company is being organ
ized at Bremen to erect and operate!
a flouring mill. The enterprise is
almost assured, and Mr. K. B.
Tate is likely to lie put in charge.
Bremen is situated in a good farm
ing section, and a mill should com
mand good patronage. Mr. Tate
is a good man to run it, too. '
Mr. C. it. Roark was up from
South Carrollton for two days' this
week. It is due to a great extent
to his skill as a ypo that we are able
to greet you to-day. There is a world
of worry and detail in adjusting
things in a new office, and wind and
weather have added no small amount
W.. H, Craliam, wjioge father W.
R. Graham resides near Dalton, Ky.
was accidentally shot last week at
Mataiuas, Cuba. Ira Parrish of
Madisonville was handling a loaded
gun which was discharged causing
very severe wound about nine
inches below the knee. Amputa
tion is thought to be neccessary by
the aurgoonc in charge,
Ice skates for boys an'd girls at
ic, a' week' for The Recokd.
3Tha doctors have.
1 fix.itJs.'fii!f ' 1 1 ' '''jtiwTfcial
liriiTTr 1 rTTTiril TTlT liTr T I TTT 1 In .JBR
all been" Vcrv1 ' -L,ke n,0st fhiHTRiriS
CL'.MHERI.AXI) I'KESIIVTKKIAN CHURCH
There was no Sunday-school at the
church Sunday. Water had accu
mulated in the basement, and no fire
could be built in the furnace. How
ever those who came out visited othe
I he Ladies Missionary Society
will meet with Miss Lelia Martin
Monday afternoon at 2.30.
A special program lias ueen ar
ranged which will be very interesting
and all should be present.
There has been some talk of 1
change being made in time for hold
ing prayer meeting, but no definite
decision has been reached as yet, so
the regular praver service will be
held Friday evening at 7 oclock.
Rev. J. 'J'. Barbee will filHiis pul
pit on regular appointment Sunday
morning at 11, also Sunday evening
at 7 o'clock.
The attendance at Sunday school
last Sunday was limited on ac
count of cold and snow. I here
were forty one present which inclu
ded several members of the Cum
berland church. There will be
prayer service held 011 Ihurs
day afternoon at a quarter of three
o'clock, conducted by the pastor,
Rev. M. B. Porter. The custom of
having the service at this hour was
inaugurated by the pastor last sum
mer, and has proven beneficial and
enjoyable to those in attendance.
I'he congregation has been larger
md the interest seems more mani
fest when the services were held at
the evening hour.
The Ring's Daughters should re
organize their society and continue
their characteristic method of good
works. This band of young ladies
has in the past contributed largely
othe support of this church, and
also the mission church at Powderly,
and they should not relinquish their
fforts, but follow their motto and
Lend a hand, in His name."
The Ladies Aid Society of the M.
IS. Church will meet wth Miss Lucy
yMOiJiiMOMay?' af' j' oh.at 2-,-jo.
busy this week, being called day and
night to all sections for several
miles around. Then there are many
persons in town who arc suffering
from complaints brought on by the
Rain, sleet, snow, zero weather.
luce surroundings to set up new
machinery and get things in shape to
issue a new paper. But we did every
thing from the start in ten days. If
three or four young men have been
missed from their usual haunts,
charge it to the Record.
Miss Irene Eaves died at her home
near Sacramento last Sundav at 6
p. m. She was known an'd general1
beloved here, where she often visit
ed relatives and friends. The in
icrmcnt was in tnc iamiiy grave
yard, burial being on Tuesday after
For spring and summer clothes,
call on F. M. Marshall, in the Bank
Building, and let him show you his
elegant line of samples from The
Royal Tailors, Chicago. 1,40 suits
under $13, Pants, $3 and up,
(Jive him a call, and you will also
give him your measure.
Mr. Lawson Reno is confined to
his bed on account of injuries re
ceiveu in a tad on an icy pavement
in Louisville Tuesday, and it is
feared his leg is broken, He fell
while walking down Seventh street
to the Union depot, but got aboard
the "Texas" train and was brought
home. The serious nature of his in
jury was npt realized until yesterday.
J. 12. Reynolds invited several of
his hunter friends, to eat wild turkey
(Monday. A few days previous he
was lucky onough to locate a drove
and secure one which he brought
home. Those present were very
fortunate in securing an invitation
and all Hid justice to the repast.
fter dinner cigars were passed
around and reminicences of huntjng
and fishing wore Urn subjqets of 0On.
versation. The dinner left nothing
to be desired' and all seemed to
think that it was the best turkey
with which it had ever been their
fortune to meet. It was what is
generally called a stag party, there
being no ladies present. The dinner
did not suffer from want of attention
howcvoF, oven if the ladies would
have added more grace,
We will gladly furnish a sample
copy of The Record for thewtsking.
and by one
pecially like most stiiriu
its good and its bad side.
taken in moderation,
with whom it does not disagree
some persons cannot drink even a
small cup without symptoms of
poisoning tea is a stimulant and re
storative, relieving mental and bod
ny fatigue, promoting intellectual
activity, curing a "tired' headache
and causing a most agreeable sense
of well-being or even exhilaration
Part of this effect is doubtless due
to the hot water in itself a power
ful stimulant yet not all, for cold
tea acts almost equally v?ell. When
one feels cold, the heat Hi id the alka
loid caffeine or theme in a cup of
tea act as stimulant to the heart, in
creasing the rapidity of circulation
and promoting the wangth of th
body. On the other hand, hot tea
i? asserted to be cooling in hot
weather by reason oMhc profuse
pcispuaium inui 11 umuccs.
i ne evii euecis or overindulgence
in tea are greater than the gooil cf
fects just mentioned. Taken in ex
cessive quantity, or even in moder
ate quantity oy one wjth whom it
docs not agree, tea Gauges marked
dyspeptic and nervous disturbances.
Tea drunkards suffer frorii catarrh of
the stomach, fiatulenceTnactivity of
the bowels or sometimes the re
verse palpitation of th'heart, ner
vous unrest, muscular J, twitchings
and wakefulness. ;.L
Some people, who'v$an usually
drink tea without' anyJ,e'vil conse
quences, find that theyiuinot do so
r iney Happen to be-wprried or in
mental distress; at such tiuius the
beverage, instead of choeVlhg, aggra
vates worry and adds to;il the misery
of indigestion. Some of the dys
peptk troubles producedtby tea arc
doubtless due to the' tannin that is
contained in it in varying amounts,
according to the kindwd qualitv.
md which is cxlracteiK"' from ilm
oave especially by- long! steaming
or boiling Youth's Companion.
Tlfe JCeial d
Dry Goods, Notions,
Shoes, Clothing, Hats,
Dress Goods, Etc., Etc.
Combined Flour Bin and Sifter, and Elegant Lamps Given Away
with every $20 worth ot goods;
Prices tlie Very Lowest.
; nnniiii w Wti
IN TEMPORARY QUARTERS,"
arc the Leading Grocers in Greenville. Also carry a full line
of HARDWARE, BUILDING MATERIAL, HAY, FEED,
to ge ell organized and get into
their work before the Missionary
The Uaptist Ladies Aid Society
will meet by request with Mrs. Nina
Harlow at her her home on Cherry
street next Tuesday.
At a recent. meeting, the following
were elected officers of the Haplist
Sunday-school: C. IS. ICades, su
perintendent; Owen Rice, secretary;
Miss Yewell, librarian.
Mardi Gras at NcyOuieans.
occasion bc Illinois
Central Railroad Co., will sell tick
ets to New Orleans, La.,.at qiui faro.
ior rouiui rrio.
BP) 6l3 incl
A business man of Philadelphia
told me the other day that Mr.
Wanamaker's profits from Philadel
phia store last year were over Si,
700,000 and that those from his
New York establishment will run
close to that figtirc. The Saturday
oeiorc nrisunas tne receipts in
New York were . even greater than
those in Philadelphia and exceeded
$5 00, 000. The New York store has
paid a profit from the very day it
was opened, although two firms
which occupied the establishment
since A. I. btewarts death have
failed. The reason of Mr. Wanama
ker's irrcat success, both in New
York and Philadelphia, is his skill
ful and extensive advertising. It
has been his rule to confine his ad
vertising to newspapers and maga
zines, on which he has spent annual-
more than $300,000 in Philadel
phia. The advertising bills of his
New york establishment exceeded j
even that sum last year.
Preparing for Business.
The report is that the Illinois
Central will buy about fifty new en
gines; the order for them will be giv
en this spring or summer, for deliv-
ry in tluj fall, The report is also
Urront that the company will order
woon 1,000 box ears and 2,000 coal
cars. This is a large order but the
business of the' I. C. will no doubt
demand such additions to their al
ready immense rolling stock.
Our Celebrated Brands , of Flours:
are being maintained to the highest
point of excellence, and are holding
public favor. Bran, Meal and Feed
Stuff for sale at the lowest market
prices. Try our service.
Jube & John'
We are taking subscriptions to Tin:
Kncoim in blocks of ttvu owl six from
single pJTOlw. who oiv sending the
VStW WpUH to friends ut a distance.
Tills Is not wild to discoumge the fel
low who only wants a copy for six
months, that will make us happy also.
We have just received an onvoicc
of Acorn stoves and' Ranges. Call
and see them. Roark
ANCHOR and LYON BUGGIES,
HOMESTEAD and JONES FERTILI
ZERS, OSBORN BINDERS, MOWERS and
VULCAN PLOWS, MYERS PUMPS,
GENERAL LINE OF HARDWARE.
FINE LINE OF HARNESS. AH kinds
of -erir work promptly done.
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