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Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wra.pper, Slippers, Grve Vaults. Disinfectiori-ROARK
HOME EV1ADE DRESSES
WONDERS CAN BE WROUGHT DY
Any Woman With Tcrto p.nd Ten rin
gers Can Oc Crcsrcd In Up-'.o-Dctc
Sty:c at Very Sn-cll
Kccontly I i a v.- n c-'crtlc:i or
home-mmle drcste?. aud th?y were nil
to up-to-date In style ai.d lind ctst so
little' that, old kUe r P3 I am In mat
tors of dress. I raarvo!ed. at tho slsht
of them. Thoy had l:oen made by
throe slatora, young women who nro
oxpoctcd to dross well, and the cost
of the little frock? three, miisd you
was Just four dollars avid sl.vty-nlno
cents. This estltr.ato may seem In
credible to the .casual roader. hut 1
have mado a Jound of the shop to
look nt Just s :c'.i materlnl3 as theso
girls used and found J he exact ones
ranging from thier and a half cenla.
n yard to flltccn. Kic'j f the gown3
eecn took eight y.itU of gcods. tho
texture for one oo ting tweuty-e'ght
cents and the otter two a I'oMar twen
ty. The reit cf tho mcney weut Tor
the trimming?. tb:crt'. hceks prd eyes.
Fancy a dclnty nrrniig Orers lor
sixty-nine cents and one icc:l. r'joush
to go anywhere in ;beaftercocn lor
two dollars! Why ihci''d not ivsry
woman with taste rud un Htger? Lw
drestcd as well a. tbe'e three girls,
who, however, I mutt tell ycu, i!id not
felecl their nnterhl with the tlrst
g'ance through the ihcp3. Tfcey locked
until thoy found Just the right co!or3
for their compex'ens. Just the right
hit of lace or net or cjntrertlng gauzo
for" trimmiag. and the result In e?ca
case 'was a chef d'ecuvre of trste.
t Could there te a sweeter tling lor
"morning In town or country tfcmi tno
little frock or p'lli gard? trir.j:n-?d
with spotted thowT in our illustra
tion? MademcLci'e may wear It
ahopping. rhc may go Loatlng In It.
che may loll clout country verandas,
or go vlsitirg. or to club lunches In
such toggery, with wh'.cli. of course, a
plain white straw m'hr hat won d be
the proper headiicee.
Materials for t! e gown? They aro
endless, but fcr the cutlng look tho
style calls for the txecptions must bi?
In the case of thin, cheer textures. For
r fair girl or young matron whllo cot-
v'ton.'duck could form the gown proper
and this blue and white, violet aud
"flvhltc, or green rnd vhlle percale
would trim acceptably. Or I ho dress
could be entirely of linen or colton
suiting wivh white alone for the collar
and cuffs. The dark g'rl would look
'V;cll In a bright ye'low duck with
.white trimmings or in mauve and
white. Six yard nnd a half of plain
and two of contrasting material aro
measurements lor the medium figure,
and thero are excellent qualities ot
cotton suiting fcr twelve and a half
cents a yard and bewitching percales
for eight and ten. in fact, it is possi
t!e to turn out a frock as pretty as
this for clghty-flvo cents.
In tho models dUp'ayed I have
nought to show many ways in which
"I am all right now,
thanks to Dr. Miles'
The same relief is ready for you.
Are you. sure you do not need it?
If Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy helped
Charles Holmes, why won't it help
"I wa troubled with heart disease,
and after reading about Dr. Miles
I leart Kcme 'y, I got a boitlc. 15c-for-
I (jot the I leart Remedy I had
to sit up mo t of the night, and felt
very bad at my stomach. Whatever
I would eat made me feel worse, and
my heart beat very fast. Hut thanks
to Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy, I am
all iiRht now. I cat good, sleep
good, and feel like a new man, al
though I am almost 6S years old. I
have been a soldier in the late war
of the rebellion, and was badly
wounded." CIIARLKS HOLMES,
Private. Co. 15. 5th N. Y. Infantry
Volunteers, Walton, Delaware Co.,
Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy
is kept in thousands of homes as ,i
friend always to be relied upon in
time of need.
Sold by all Druggists If the first
bottle falls to benefit, your money
is returned. Ask any Druggist.
MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind.
Btoir.ach tronhK' f lrt a rmptrm of. nnd not
in llM'U u trim d:scntf. V think of Hy-itopsia.
Heartburn, nnd Initiation ns rsil lisorcs, yet
they urv symi'toins inly of a certain specific
Nervn su'fcnws nothing
It was U fuct Unit tlrt conwtly 1M Dr. SIioop
i Mm t-mitum of that now wry iKipulnr Stomaen
Ri'in-sty Ir. slinon'j Itiwt.ir.itlr.. :ni.i.. nir.
I to tin stomach norvs. nlon. brought t Jm; surevjj
i nnd favor 10 lr. Slioonnml bis lt.tor.uhv. With,
mtt that original unit litj;!ily vital tirtnclplc. no
turn iiiKlinxJiifonipliMiinfnt. won- over to Ix- liaU.
i Kor stomach di.tn-, bloiitins. tilliousness. ld
Irwtli uiut miIIow eoinite.ion. try Dr. Sluvip'd
Istumtl viw-TaliU'ts tr l,tiiil aixl mo for your
self wlint it ron uiut will Co. Wo sell pad cheer-
tho popular hi mono wnJet can bo
yaflcd. for ibis style is nil pervading
aad. considering homo dressmaking,
no easier bodice made could bp of
fered. The shouldcr3, which are Bh
ways tbo hardest part of a waist to
fit, aro adjusted through tho simple
matter of a waist band; no lining is
required, and the Etylish jumper with
Ita cut-out neck and short tslcnyes may
go over a dainty white bodice of any
simple soi-t. As to the princess skirt.
It is, llko the bodice, adaptable to
changes, a lower belt JJno and some
wirimmlng or other making it at once
T&e conventional thing. But where the
,princcss waist line is becoming, nnd
4be waist is not loo big, choose it by
all means, for theso high-topped skirts
; re the latest agony.
White Sewing Machines, in
rotary and vibrator; needles,
shuttles, etc. in stock for all
machines. ROARK'S STORE.
Get potted plants aud cut flowers
from Miss Lena Arnold.
Take your beef hides to J. E.
Coombs & Co. and get the cash.
It is a very serious matter to ask
fef oce medicine and have the
wroinf on? given you. For this
reason w urge ygjj in buying
to be careful to get ivs geHijncr-
The reputation pf Jthfopld, relia
ble medicine, for conatipAtion, in
ingestion and liver trouble, 'te firm
ly established. It doe3 not imitate
chcrxoj&lciaec. JLt is better than
others, or it vou4 jioi he the fa
vorite liver powder, vVitn ,a larger
Gslc than all others combined',
mnan yvt niniinr
yli a uiaua.na far e.rrjlxnly.
Lcatn aliout electricity, the
I rraiiii.'M itnic.andlioi.to
' pis cory frc .f you n.n.
"snmiifion IM1I1. Co.
"a ln on Istco. liu.
rvrrjiK!y. AUI (
IVleiliful pi trf 1 !'.
j ly prIccoutct3
.Tttktan, qiiesiion . . n
I -cieil. Sample i f "
I 1011 mention tli , 1 iprr
I C Ceicou t I!ouo, Xlait.
Foley's Kidney Cure
SBMkes kidneys end bladder right
Wli CAN FURNISH YOU
AND 1 HI-:
BOTH 0X12 YEAR FOR
Wc can also give liberal
combination rate with Daily
or Sunday Courier-Journal.
Write Courier-Journal Com
pany, Louisville, Ky., for free
sample copy of edition you
desire, but be sure to send
your subscription order to this
paper NOT to the Courier-Journal..
Deal at home as much
J as possible, Build up your J
home town, This will
make you a belter homer
I market and enhance the ;
I value of your property,
and CURE the LUNGS
w Dr. King's
AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.
OH MONEY REFUNDED.
Best work, prompt service; give
your laundry to Joe Morgan, who
will appreciats your patronage.
1 Cures "Golds" in any part Gf body.
I Ki'llnvort ANY CViiiMi In nit hour.
r, Fenner's Gough Honey 11$
: k iilp. loio... ' i:iu'iiriull.in, rmup. cl.- Bp-
IbeUc lzo bjuiallWo. Krctlnuia. X. Y. '
See the very latest thing in carpet
sweepers at Roark's.
Telephone No 5 and your laundry
will be called for and delivered.
Joe Morgan solicits that grocery
order, and will show his appreciation
by supplying the best goods at the
very lowest prices, fipk delivery
and courteous trea.lmcji.t.
Typewriter rjbbflns, legal blanks,
document covers, cariiQi paper at
Tclephone that grocery want to
Joe Morgan and get the best goods
at lowest prices.
M icR Lena Arnold asks the patron
age of the public, and guarantees
that satisfactory work will be done
in her clothes cleaning, pressing
and repairing shop.
This signature) is on every box cf the goauiat
Laxative Bromo-Qninine Tabled
weedy that carro a eskl te mo
has been before the public for 30 years, most of the time right
on the spot where we are now located.
Xt Ctr fir .v7ir n. r-i -
constantly has been to sell the best goods in our lines, at the
most reasonable prices. Our services arc of the highest grade,
our wares the best, and our equipment compares with the best
of the larger cities. We 'endeavor constantly to increase our
On your patronage is based on a service the duration of an ordin
ary life time, and a square deal assured every one. The accum
ulated experience and knowledge of this third of a century are
at your command.
"The J. L. ROARK Estate
ORIEN L. ROARK, Manager
tstafilished I8?9 Long Distance Telephones: Store U Home
g-A SLUE ROSE
The Greatest The New Rose (Violet Blue)
Rose Novelty t Hailed by the Rose Groncrs
of the Cejitury as the Forerunner of the Corn
Send for fkwer Blue Rose. Ycrv vlior-
l Description and Price List ous and hardy. FreeBIoomlni
JOHN E. RACKEBRANDT
I Ride with f
Tlie Greenville Transfer Go.!
I They meet all traius, day . and night, with Bus
I and Baggage wagon.
I THEO 1
IWIieu you want
Gl 1 MANUFACTURING ENGRAVERS
Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality.
CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH
Longr clistanno lines and telephones of
tma company onaoio you to tails almost
unywnerc in i-outnern incllana, Southern
Illinois, Kentucky, Tennoss. e, Mississippi
s?2..v a.a i-ouisiana. Wo can nuhvnn in .n.tu
T-v r.d satisfactory communication with tho
J people cf th ? groat section of the country.
Wc solicit your patronage. Rates reason
able. Equipments and facilities unsurpassed.
iMre " .
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WALLPAPER Special Prices, at RodrK's.
COHE and SEE THEM
The J. L. ROARK ESTATE
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