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Makes Home Baking Easy
No other aid to the housewife
is so great, no other agent so
useful and certain in making
delicious, wholesome . foods
The only Baking Powder
Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
No Alum No Lime Phosphates
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Ifc-ep in tUe . U the tila-k p-iiu- filial in
.'lorj Mil tlit ir IIKII,
l!.csU'iiilei1 in it-. HUiniilcr ;'rtTH tut- oak
KtMtl!M all altne.
E'e eeer timid ayilc lalil lake Mime
-uii' .rliiiii? lovinpty to Minmfr
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rut rii.t.mt inl i id valley broad are veiled
In purple mnl,
All thenreumbiue tora.it a charm hieh fe-
ran e'er re-.it.
Though daud oh: Auluinti. Ir this eharo. I
tteeer ran forget.
How )oi aire ou tiniuht tu aje deep aorrow
The kiRbinz miml. the purple ml-t. tbe gure-
oua landneaiie'k liw,
la kilent language tieinir it haek that autumn-
Whea death ami fun eame hand in hand, my
dear one took a a ay
And atole jlie beautjr front the nijcht, the un-
aaine Iroai the day.
Aar a. Lokgcit.
Turnips and pork are now on the
See Coombs & Co. before you J
ell your beef hides. o 27
" Hob White" is without doubt tbe
best flour on earth.
l)ijihtheria patients are decreas
ing in number.
When you get "fjuail" meal you
get the best that is to be had.
Business necessities are compell
ing some persons to become inter
ested in automobiles.
Lots of good things to eat can be
found at lliicn.'.inc'd.
We are to lose two clothing and
dry goods stores.
Cattle is being tun out of the
county in considerable quantities,
attractive prices causing activity
Theodore lioosevelt is to br in
I-ouisvitle Lfxt Wednesday fies
noon, and uill make an address.
Thouwmlj of Kentuckiaui will
meet liim, and il is likely lis will In:
given the most run-iin reception he
has ever had in the state.
No matter what you want in sow
ing machine supplies you can grt
it from I'.oaik.
A reunion of the Shaver family
took plav.e Sunday, September r,
at the home of Jacob B. Shaver,
near Midland. About loo of the
descendents cf pioneeis Andrew and
Peter Shaver attended the reunion.
Peter Shaver came to this couiity
sbout 1S14 mid his brother Andrew
arrived a few years later. Both
were industrious mcu and are today
widely represented among the most
influential men m the county.
Hallowe'en is the next event that
will attract the attention of the boys.
The protracted revival services
at the lUptist church will close
Sunday, after two week continua
tion, large audiences being drawn
to every service and great good
being accomplished. lr. Compton
has made many warm fucnds here,
and his addresses and general in
terest in our people has endeared
him to a vast number.
New oatmeal, evaporated peaches,
matkcrcl, canned good, etc. at Hri.'s
Mrs. (.'has. V. Martin, while
operating a gasoline iron last week,
was severely burned on the hands
and arms when the lamp ignited.
Her injuries arc painful, but she
is getting along very nicely.
If you are not pleased with the
coffee you are using, and like good
coffee, we have it in Chase & San
born's high grade coffee. Sold ex
clusively by Uriz.
Muhlenberg roads continue to re
ceive the attention of workmen, a
vast amount of mileage having been
overhauled this season.
The business atmosphere is being
clarified, some lines being over
crowded, and an adjustment was
Try a sack of Swan's Down flour
Misses Louise Wickliffe and Mary
Taylor, Dr. Beverly Martin and
Mrs. W. A. Wickliffe as chaperone
are with Dr. J. A. Jones, of Cincin
nati on an automobile tour of ten
days through Ohio, Indiana and
The regular monthly meeting of
tbe city council was held Monday
night, only routine business being
Call for Sunshine cakes and crack
ers at Briz's.
There is a state-wide political
campaign on now, and speakers will
rover the commonwealth thoroughly
between now and tbe November
election. Reports indicate immense
crowds in attendance everywhere,
and people seem to be taking more
than a usual interest in matters
Mr. R. 1). Vincent, of Graham,
and Miss Lula May Thoinason, of
Central City, were married at the
home of Rev. C. B. McDonald here
at 10.30 o'clock yesterday inorn
in, Rev. 'McDouald being the
officiating clergyman, and a few
friends being in attendance.
Next Saturday is Columbus Day,
just 4$o )cars since our discoverer
landed on our shores.
Circus outfits are going into win
ter quarters. So far as we here
alxiuts know, they never came out
from last year's.
Messrs. J. P. Morgau and C. W.
Uonrk were In Louisville this week
Good morning! Have you receiv
ed any unsigned letters?
Mr. W. C. Paige, of Louisville, is
here in the interest of the local V.
f M. C. A.
False Fire Alarm.
St. me persons passing along the
street about X. so o'clock last Sun
day night noticed smoke in Long's
bakery, and a cry of lire was raised.
Mr. Long was soon on the spot,
and the smoke was found to t omc
from the oven in tlx- bake shop,
wheie a quantity of wood had been
placed to dry, and had become ig
nited. 'Iheic was no possibility
that the (lames could have gotten in
the building, but the damage from
smoke would have been heavy.
The fire whistle was not blown, for
neither the telephone or direct
alarm was in working order.
The ladies of the Cumberland
Presbyter i an t hurt h are preparing
to oiler the public a rare treat in
" A Musical Dream," whu h is being
rehearsed under the direction of
Miss Lelia Dcwitt. There will be
music, singing, marches and a
variety :f entertainment to please
all who attend on Thursday
night, ( ct. 1 7.
Telephone No 5 and your laundry
will be called for and delivered.
Jar laly buggies at Roarks.
To The Public.
W e desire in announce to the
public that our new mill is now in
full operation, anil we will at all
times have on hand the very finest
quality of flour, meal and lecd.
We arc very anxious to do custom
grinding for our frientls, antt can
give them the very best Hour and
wheat that is to be had anywhere, in
exchange for their corn and wheat.
Homk Mil mm; Co. (J in-)
Mr. Raymond T. Hickman, in
his 20th. ear, died at the home of
his father, Mr. Stephen Hickman,
last Sunday about noon, after a con
finement of several months from con
sumption. He was a quiet, popular
young man, well known and had
many friends. Interment was at
Friendship Monday afternoon.
Messrs. (S. M. Dexter iV Co. had
a Norlcigh Diamond lantern burn
ing in their window l:tst Saturday
that attracted much attention.
The lantern was to be given to the
person who guessed nearest the
length of time it burned, and there
were over 200 guesses registered.
The time was guessed all the way
fron ten to eighty hours; the lantern
burned 21 hours and 12 minutes,
and (Jricn L. Roark, who estimated
at 21 hours and 34 minutes was the
nearest, and was given the prio.
It is only eleven weeks until
Christmas. Do your Christmas
Mr. W. H. Gregory, former presi
dent of the Citizens' National Life
Insurance Co., has written letters to
the stockholders of that company
that he intends to again be the head
officer, as he has secured sufficient
stock to insure such action. There
is considerable stock held here, and
many policy holders, so the pros
pect of again opening this fight is
one that concerns deeply many of
See the Outing baby sulky at
Roark's; different and better than
There has been more grading of
streets done here this week than
ever before in the same length of
time. One of the county grader
machines has been used, and instead
of inula teaini being used, Mr.
John Newman has been using his
traction engine, and the combina
tion works to perfection.
Indications of rain have existed
for some days, and a 0od shower
would help some now, as the roai!s
are getting dusty, and pastures aie
Baseball fans are keeping right
up with the championship games,
anil some of them kuow every play
er and play- made.
Death of Mrs. Snl'ivan.
Mis. Docie Francis Sullivan,
wife of Mr. W. H. Sullivan, died at
1 o'clock Monday afternoon at their
home at l.uierne from a complica
tion of ailments, from which she
bad been a sufferer for some time.
Her condition had not been con
sidered dangerous, and her death
was sudden and unexpected. Bur
ial was in Ivergreen cemetery here
Tuesday afternoon, and was largely
attended. The husband and child
ren have the deepest sympathy of a
wide circle of friends.
1 Born, to Mr. and Mrs. A.
Duncan, Tuesday, a boy.
Y. M. C A. NOTES.
Those interested in basket ball
met at the V. M. C. A. last Satur
day and have organized a church
league with the following as Cap
tains: Baptist, Wood Sumner; Cum
berland Presbyterian, Felix Purycar;
Methodist, Roy Smith: Presby
terian, Thomas Withers. This
league will play a scries of games
beginning Friday, Oct. iS and
closing Friday, Dec. 6. And then
the first team will be chosen and
play its opening game December 3.
Watch for futher announcements
about these games.
On October 17 Mr. S. A. Harris
State Boy's Wotk Secretary, will
make a visit to Grcccnville. Do
not forget the date. Fvcry boy in
Greenville is invited to a boy'smect
ing at the Y. M. C. A - at 7 o'clock
in the evenint;; the meeting will
last just one hour, from 7 to S. Do
not fail to attend this meet
ing, and meet Mr. Harris.
Instead of the pennant offered by
the State Committee, for the best
Bible Classes in attendance and ef
ficiency among boys in the State,
the have offered a silver cup this
year. If every boy who was in a
class last year will do his part that
cup will surely land in Greenville.
What do you say, bos?
Bible Study rally diy for men
and bo)s Oct. 20. Set this date
down and I c th.-rc that day.
After tYs wcik a slight change
will be made in the Junior hours.
Instead of having two and one half
hours on Fiiday night, - the Juniois
will have one and one quarter hours
011 Friday niht and 01, c and one
quark 1 hours rn Saturday night.
The hours will be then a-, follows:
Fiiday night 7 to li 15 o'tlixk,
and Saturday mht 7 to S. 1 5 o' lot k
All Juniois will please notice this
Death of Miss Ammic Goodall.
Miss Ammic Goolall, of Dunmor,
a well known and popular young
woman, who had been here a few
days at work in the te'ephone oltit e,
was found unconscious in her room
at the Allen House shortly after 7
o'clock last Thursday night, suffer
ing from carbolic acid poisoning,
which she had taken I y usiak? for
listcriuc, which siif ImTTtti t.siug
as a gargle for her throat. ' Doctors
were summoned at once, but little
relief could be secured, and the
victim never regained conscious
ness, dying at 11.15 o'clock I riday
morning. The affair aroused univer
sal sympathy, and a host of friends
tlid everything possible for the suf
ferer and to aid and comfort her
two sisters, Mrs. T. B. Hunt, of
Dunmor, and Miss Pearl Goodall,
both of whom were at her bedside
as soon as possible. Interment
was in the cemetery at Myers'
Chapel at 2.30 o'clock Sunday
afternoon, following a service con
ducted by Rev. Hardison, of
Dunmor, in tbe presence of an
assembly of several hundred rela
tives and fiisnd from this and ad
joining counties. Deceased is also
survived by a brother, Mr. Joab
Goodall, of Los Angeles, Cat.
Best one ever maJc the Kirsch
curtain rods; Roark has a large
Lost Several weeks ago, be
tween town and tbe borne of Mr. J.
G. Barkley, a ladies' dark blue coat
firm tag inside collar "Stevens,
Chicago." Will reward finder;
repoit to this office. 3
Go to Sam R. Martin's tonsorial
parlor and bath house for au easy,
close shave or an up to date hair
cut; near the Max Weir comer;
Itaiig barber shop in town, assist
ed by two first-cLss workmen. t
Nuticc For Bills.
The undesigned, will roeoivo bids
for the construction of 105 feet of
sidetvjlk on the Fast side of North
Depot Street just north of the lil.
mU Central P.ailroa I in the City of
Greenville in front of the property
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Oct. 14. 191 j, at which time the t on
tract for such construction will be
Said walk shall be built t f con
crete and in accordance with an
ordinance of the Citv of Greenville
passed of July 5, 1912, and the cost
of said construction shall be and con
stitute a lien on said (ropeity as is
provided by law.
This Ojt. 9, 1912.
By order of the City Coundil
City of Graeenville.
Oru n I.. Roakk,
Cleik, City of Greenville.
Move just a little quicker the
days are shortening.
Stabbed Bjr Wife.
Jessie Drake, colored, was stab
bed in the chest by his wife
last Saturday night, and the
wound was a ilangcrois one, the
heart cavity being narrowly missed.
Drake was at the depot to take a
train to Central City, and his wife
opposed the Uit. Just as trie train
was tluc, she attacked her husband
with a knife. She was arrested and
placed in jail, Drake is getting along
very well, antl his recovery is prac
The makers of casket haidwarc
have made an advance of 10 per
cent, in prices. Perhaps they arc
anticipating heavy mortality after
The reduction in prices made by
the Ford Motor Co., ranging from
65 to ?oo on various models, has
created quite a stir in the automo
bile world, and the company i
planning to build 100,000 vehicles
for next year, whu h is 25.000 more
than sold this.
Probably we shall have s mc cars
here next year.
There has been little damage yel
from frost, but the woo ls are taking
on a beautiful dress of harmonious
Teamsters are as busy as bees,
and it is hard to (.el ok in this
line ttonc promptly.
( Jar boiled ham, dried beef and
breakfast bacon is v.-ry f n and
we can slice it to suit you
W. H. Bl lr M'INK.
Tuesday was Stale tlean up day;
we tell you, because you probably
tlid not know it from the non olser
A real frost is scheduled fo
almost any time now.
When you get ready to entertain
and want fancy cakes, we cm fnr
nish you with the best that can bt
had at prices ranging from tor. to
50c. per pound.
W. H. Bkikxpink.
Mrs. C. M. Howard is visiting
relatives in Louisville for a few days
and will make a stay with friends
in Maiion county before her return
Nobody is quite so busy as con
crete men, as there is great durmnd
for such work, and the season is
ncaring an end when such work can
- - - - - -Kentucky
bankers are in Louis
ville in large numbers this week,
where their annual convention it
Something; to Think About.
Many words won't fill a bushel,
but a Fire, Lightning, or Tornado
policy with us will fill a want in hu
man happiness that will otherwise
W. 1). Blackwcll & P.ro.
Rogers Bldg. Telephone, 16 3
In planaic; your Summe; Vacation
do not overlook the following low fares
which will be in effect from May is to
September 30. with re urn limit as
ROUND TRiP FARES
To Chicago, lil. - '-$13.73
To .New York City PJJ3J8
" Niagara FalM. Y. l'$!U5
A L:mit (Kt 31.
B Limit jj D.iys.
Correspondingly Low Fares ?.!io iu
rffect to all of the priucipal Summ.r
Resort) iu the Nort.'i, Eist anJ West.
For tlikcti auJ pxtlcit.u; spty to
yen local Agent cr
tl. H. ROWER
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The Sanitary;DurabletF1at Oi! Finish
P-G Flatttoatt is rapidly super
ceding vail popers, kalsomines
and Ixad-and-otl paints; which are
unsanitary, unsatisfactory and
Pee-Ge Hatkoatt pives tone,
character and harmonious effect;
and is the modern wall finish for
firivate houses and public build
ngs. Theplain directions on each
can make it eacy to apply with
rum V,re5ss vr
s. .lit 1 11 , rs"- -w 1 -a
tbe lat three years.
The speed that nets that mile-a-minuto "duck" with s shorter
lead that's why it takes over 50,000 dealers to handle the demand
for Remington- UMC Steel Lined Shells.
The Shooting Iraternity are speed wie. They know
smokeless powder won't drive shot. They know that the driva
depends oa the compression.
The powder charge in Remington- UMC shells is gripped i
steel. This lining is designed to give the exact compression
necessary to send the load to the mark quickest. It insures
speed the same speed in every shell.
The steel lining is moisture proof no dampness can get through.
Jar proof no powder can get cut. Wssle proof no energy is loit.
Shoal Rmminttom-VMC Arrow d Nitro Chib Steel Liaed Kipert
factory loaded shell lor Speed pins Pjnera ia say ansa af ahatsiaa
Remington Anns-Union Metallic Cartridge Co.
299 Broadway Nc- York Cty
Some one in your home prefers vocal music
YouM rather have instrumental.
You can both be suited with a Victor
Two records in o:k; almost at the price of one
10-inch, 75 cents; 12-inch, $1.25.
ZZ DR. MO FFETT'S J7T
Costs Only 25c at Druggists, cr mz'it 25
I m-wm v ajc ar iwOisnsv ar IVIiftV' p
rovr child, as thousands have
TEETHINA is easily Riven and
comes ino euccrs or vte sunrmsr's item uonn t a owing cauareiK
The only S3 a ki Powder mado
from Roya! Crape Cream ofTartar
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ill II OVER SYRUP
"Get Oat of the Rur
and save money on
the Finish of your
Walls and Ceilings
Ask our dealer in your town for
our Deautiiui oooH:"MotUrmMthod
or J-iiusmn WaJj. giving color
schemes and practical suggestions
mm ihu 1 lliainm svoovs
Pedslee Gdulfjef t (o.
GresaviKc Mil iag C).
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Every One a Speed Shell
that breaks your targets aearer the
trap. That's why Remington-VMC Steel Lined
Shells have won 13 out of the 15 Hantiicaoa held ia
Cutis Cholera InJaitum.
Dttrrheta, Dysentery, and the
Bowel Troubles of Children si
Any Ji7-: At-Dlotfoiw ;
!3ulatts in GuW4la. Sirmeth ,
ens tht Lhii I er.-J MAKES
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qu-.titiy coj..t?ract3 and over