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From a scries of clafmrate clicmieal tests.
Comparative digestibility of food made vi:h
dilferent baking powders.
An equal quantity of tread (biscuit) was mad'?
with each of two kinds of baking powder cream
of tartar and alum and submitted separately it
the action of the digestive fluid, each for the sam J
length of time.
The percentage of the food digested ij shown as
Broad mad with Royal Crcim cf Tartar Powder:
99 Per Cent. Digested
Bread made with alum powder :
j 67 Per Cent. Diverted
Royal Baking Powdor raised food is shpv n to bf
of greatly superior digestibility and heahhfulr.ess.
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all be closed next
Mr. John S. l'.n.endinc was
Oacnsboro Sunday with friends.
We arc to have a new blacksmith
It w:i! pay you to look at the
wai'.T.,av;r bargain now on at
Kven the weather was in favor of
the school fair everything, in fact,
except Central City.
l!cst one ever made the Kirsch
curtain rods; Koark has a large
" Bob White" is without doubt the
best flour on earth.
The School Fair and Corn Show
drew the laigest crowd to town last
Friday that has ever been here.
Greenville streets are receiving
the best cleaning they have had in
iodic time, and appearances are in
viting. Messrs. Fred Head, Marvin Wells,
Birney Shutt and Fred Irvin were in
Uwensboro last Sunday.
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When you get "Quail" meal you
get the best that is to be had.
One of the best things left us by
our dusky predcessors was their
Mr. G. W. Morgan and wife
were in Louisville a day or two the
latter part cf the week on a shop
W'e entertained most royal guests
in the army of peace and progress
that quickly took the town Friday.
Mr. Bob White is not adorning
many tables just now; there are
very few birds, or they are succeed
ing in making themselves scarce.
Greenville never entertained so
many children and voung people in
her history as she did last Friday,
when at least 2,500 were in town.
ftaTTiaby buggies at Roarks.
Messis. Morgan & Shutt received
their Ford louring car Monday,
driving same over from Uwensboro
In three ud a half huuis. Ship
ment was niidj to Owecsboro from
Louisville l'v liver, and Mr. Fred
Irvin was tl.tre to receive it.
Bcsiifcsc; Destroyed By Fire.
Last Thursday night the home of
Mr. F.d Lon, near the depot, was
destroyed I y fire of ui.Lnoivii ori
fia. There was insurance of $-ijo
on the house and $300 on contents,
which was fair protection.
. j pearanee and conduct were inspir
l.vcivoue is planning an outing for .
' ' mi' anil impressive.
Mr. and Mrs A. C
entertaining tluir first
daughter, which came to
Cherry street home Monday.
Mr. Sidney Motion i building a
M.-.nm ; brick house on his lot corner Main
li.,!m tross a,, t:,,urt al!c' aml fit il
as a fi,. tJSS l,.lttsilli til shop.
I he people of the liai.es set tion are
etijojiiig a religious revival, the like
I of w hich has rut been had fur many
' years. 1 he services are being held
at Old Antioch, and everybody
thereabouts is attending and lcud-
ing aid. There have been a vast
number of couvcisions, largely
among the elder men and women of
Miss Sue Baikley has returned
from a visit to the family of Mr.
1. W. Middclton in !rvinl i.
See the Outig baby sulky at
Roark's; different and better than
School will adjourn Wednesday
afternoon next 'for the observance
of Thanksgiving, and will not con
vene again until Monday.
To The Public.
We desire to announce to the
public that our new mill is now in
full operation, and we will at all
times have on hand the very finest
quality of flour, meal and teed.
We are very anxious to do custom
grinding for our friends, and can
give them the very best flour and
wheat that is to be had anywhere, in
exchange for their corn and wheat.
Home Milling Co. (Inc)
Mr. W. G. Duncan has had a
force of workmen grading and im
proving the land surrounding his
home. Walks and driveways have
been made, and improvements
have added much to the convenien
ces and appearances of the beauti
Mr. Raymond Malone, who has
been in North Dakota for the sum
mer, returned last week, and
brought with him a young coyote.
The animal is very tame, and has
attracted much attention.
Roark's first shipment of 1915
wallpaper has been made by the
mill, and others will follow soon.
Great time to secure bargains uow,
as all 1912 patterns have been great
Mr. H. G. U'N'e.l, representiug
the Lmbalmers' Supply Co., West
port, Conn., was here Tuesday
calling on his customer.
New patterns in the Kirsch cur
tain rods received by Roark this
week. Almost the full line in stock
Mr. Hulls Moore, who lives near
the depot, was married to Miss
Nola McCown, daughter of Mr.
Robert McCown, of i.ovell's Cha
pel. Rev F. T. Howard performed
the ceremony at his home at 5
o'clock Tuesday afternoon, in the
presence of a few friends.
Sec Coombs f Co.
sell your beef hides.
Victors and Records at Roaik's.
i tidd here Last Friday, Was I'licnoini-
nal Success, and Inaugurates a
New Order of Things.
There Were 2,609 School Children
Among the 6.C00 Attendants.
! NtXT VLAK WILL BE MICH LARtitR
Muhlenberg had its first School
Fair ami Corn Show here last Fri
day. It was a great beginning, but
small in comparison with such
events that are sure to follow, for
already plans are being perfected to
I make it annual event. School child
ren from every section of the county,
accompanied by teachers and par
ents, were here. There was con
siderable skill displayed in the deco
rations of the wagons, ar.d many
of the school children were dressed
;in umtorm. l.y i o clock the
streets were lined with vehicles, and
it was a .juestion where to put
the people. Mobli. ttion was at the
depot, and about 1 1 ;o the children
marched up town. There were
,7.S children hi line, arid their ap-
.ii avau.iDi-: spare in ir.e conn
house was utili.cd fur the display
of specimens done by the children,
and there were aloi;t 1,200 items
exhibited, embracing manual train
ing, domestic science, painting,
drawing, needle work, invention,
etc. All the displays were highly
creditable, and some of them aston
ishing. I'rof. Mr Henry lihoadc,
who.has visited many such l'airi
over the State, declares that this
was the best that he li.nl seen, and
that the attendance was largest. A
conservative estimate is that there
were 6,000 people in town, otic of
the largest crowds in many years.
Several hundred dollars in prem
iums were distributed among the
contestants in the School Fair, anil
the smaller prizes for the best corn,
but the larger prizes ottered for the
greatest yield of corn cannot be
made until the gathering is complet
ed, and the reports t'.rinv. in
It was alinosflu! oisib 1 to get in
or near the court house, so vast was
the crowd that was anxious to view
the displays, l'.very effort was
made to assist the movement of the
people, but congestions were con
tinually occuring. Kvcryone was
happy and good-natured though,
and look the pulling and hauling
with smiles. We consider this the
most important enterprise that we
hare ever entertained, and next year
will be in better shape for it, and
add to the comfort and refreshment
of all who attend.
Better get a hunting license if you
are hunting. It is said that there
will be considerable supervision over
the matter of hunting now, and any
man is liable to have his name turn
ed in to the game warden, to see
if he has a license.
Muhlenberg county now has a
twice-a-week newspaper, "The Ar
gus," at Central City, appearing in
improved form last Friday, with is
suances hereafter on Tuesday and
Friday. The price of subscription
has been increased to 51.50, and the
paper will be strengthened along all
Following the custom of many
years, stores, shops, etc., w ill all be
closed Thanksgiving day, proprie
tors, clerks, workmen all taking a
Go to Sam R. Martin's tonsorial
parlor and bath house for an easy,
close shave or an up to date hair
cut; near the Max Weir corner;
leading barber shop in town, assist
ed by two first-class workmen.
Miss Lena Arnold has a full sup
ply of bulbs as follows: Hyacinths
for pot culture, 10c. each; colors:
light and dark blue, yellow, white,
piuk, bright scarlet. Hyacinths
for bedding, 75c. per doen, in
s.unc colors. Chinese lillies I'r.
each; while Narcissus, 4c. per bulb
or 35c. per dozen.
Mr. J..hn P.. Ferguson, who his
been serving here as ti e reprts.-r.-lative
for the Metropolitan Insur
ance (.' , has been transferred lo
Central City in the same capacity,
and will move with hi family. W'e
rtrct to lose these estimable people,
who have Lecu active in all move
ments for the betterment and up
build of the town.
Pleased Over Stock Law.
A former Muhlenberg farmer who
moved some years ago to the West
has w ritten a letter lo one of his old
friends, and the whole of the epistle,
almost, is in comment over our
adoption of the stock law in cue
district. He praises this strong in
dication of progress and economy,
and declares that it is one of the
best indications for Muhlenberg that
could have been made. He declares
that he would have refused to vote
for il, and even gone out and fought
it, but that since he has lived under
our new plan there is nothing that
would cause him to go back to it,
and that he would not live in a
countrv where stock is allowed to
run at larj;e, as it costs more to
keep up a farm, and even, with the
best fences, that cattle and stock at
large are dangerous. We believe
our people will come to this way of
thinking when they behold the work
ings of the new law, the improved
apcarancc of farms when fences arc
Mr. H P. Summers and wife were
here ihc latter part of ihc week.
Mr. Summers is editor of the Smith's
Grove Times, and his wife is well
known here, where she lived several
years ago with her father, Rev.
Fra.icr, who was circuit rider.
Mr. . L. Rogers has purchased
the old j tiler's residence, ami is
having the building raeil. The im
mense timbers are an astonishment
to eve ryenc. The upper part of
the building was for a lime Used as
tre j 11!; and 111 its day was as secure
as the new one is now.
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Now that the stock law ha bee 11
p-isu-d in one mogistcria! distrii t,
there is strong talk of making it gen
cral over the comity. It will come
lo that, for with one large block of
the county closed against stock,
notiody will feel intliiicd to turn
his slock loose, as it may get into
forbidden territory, and so cause
trouble and expense.
Ouail hunters have been fairly
active, but with poor success. Mr.
Trent Chatham bagged two dozen
one daf, which is the largest report
ed, and he declaies that he doubts
if he will be able to (e.r"lrdtvfc-4iM,
as birds are very .-r
Mr. Henry Lewis went to Louis
ville Last Sunday, and accompanied
his wife home; she has been at Nor
ton Infirmary- for some weeks, under
treatment of a specialist, and is very
greatly improved, and will soon be
entirely well, it is hoped by her
Mrs. D. N. McDermott, of Kliza-
bethtown, who is a guest of Mrs.
H. K. Harper, is suffering from a
fracture of the fibula, sustained as
she stepped from a surrey Tuesday
afternoon. In company with Mrs.
Harper and some friends en route
to Graham, the horse became frac
tious, and backed the vehicle against
a bank. No one was injured, but
in stepping from the vehicle Mrs.
McDermott tn some way strained
the bone. The injury was treated at
once, and the patient is getting along
nicely at the home of Mr. Harper.
More than 525 hunters' license
have been issued in this county this
fall, and it is not likely that game
to that much value will be. killed,
particularly after the other expenses
are figured in. The mau who is
caught out hunting without his
license will be in hard lines, as
every man who has put up for a
license will be a good game warden,
as he will resent any "free hunting"
by persons who will not put up foi
CjjJ riding Can b; FouaJ
in our annual clearance sal j of wall
paper, now on. Yon will be as:o.i
ished at the pretty pitterns and
good stock offered at 5, 7 and up
to icv.. r.er roll, stock mast be
moved, as 1913 goods are coming
Mrs. S. E. Rice Dies.
Mary Susa.i Grigsby, wits cl Mr.
S. L. Rice, died at their home IWj
at 9 j j o'clock Monday mornistg,
after an illness of sonic weeks from
albuminuria, which for some dajs
had been acute, and from which
there had been no hope of relief.
There were few more beloved women
in the city, as her ' many Christian
virtues endeared her to everyone.
Deceased was a native of the county,
and widely related. Kev. ( . A.
Barbcc, her pastor conducted a ser
vice at the Cumberland Presbyter
ian church at j.30 o'clock Tuesday
afternoon, and interment was made
in Fvergreen cemetery, a large au
dience attending both services.
Messrs. John F. Green, R. T. Mar
tin, C. M. Howard, Win. I.ovell,
L. . Kirkpatrick and J. II. I'ittman
were the pallbearers. Her husband
and children have the deepest sym
pathy of a wide circle of friends.
The W. C. T. I". will serve its an
nual Thanksgiving dimmer at the
p or farm next Wednesday, and
will be glad to have ollerings.
Miss Nannie Mason Dead.
Miss Nannie Mason, aged 75
years, died Tuesd iy morning at the
Sacred Heart Home. Sisters of
Merry, in Louisville, where she has
lived since the death of her steti-
father, Maj. Gen. Don Carlos P.uell,
at I'aradise, in November, 1S9S
Miss Mason was well kinu in this
county, where she lived for many
years, and had many friends here
Burial will be in St. Louis to day.
beside her mother and step father
Her father was the first governor of
I vi ) ln.ily takes il for granted
that the School l air is a f:ixturr,
and some of our progressive business
and professional men arc so rnthusi
istie that they arc discussing tie
erection of a building to be used for
the displays each year, and of course
for other suitable purposes.
Central City is a great little en
tertainer. She has baseball games,
street fairs, reunions, homecomings,
election celebrations, etc. 'I he
people of the county are invited
and they accept. Muhlenberg ha.-.
had its first School Fa r. '.'enii u
City was invited to join in the
movement, and it was conspicuous
by its absence. To thoughtful
and observant persons it ap
pears that Central City wants
to do ail the cntcruinin g, at to
much per. O ir neighbor is the
largest town iu the county; it should
be large enough to lend itself to
every county enterprise, and liber
al enough to get outside of town.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mercer visit
ed the former's parents Sunday.
Mrs. Rhone Harris from Nash
ville, Teon., is making an extended
visit to relatives here and in her old
home town South Cirrolton.
Miss Victoria CLmon., one of our
most popular girls, has accepted a
position at the R. Martin store at
Mr. and Mrs. Will Herndon from
Russelville recently moved to this
place where they are welcome ad
ditions. Miss Cordie Nicols from Green
ville is the guest of Miss Ida Clem
ents. Miss Mildred Allen from Green
ville was entertained a few days last
week by Miss Mamie Heltsley.
The teachers of the Creentille
High School were entertained at
dinner Saturday by Mr. and Mrs.
R. K. Lraiirr at their country home;
a delightful day was spent in ram
bling over the farm and some in
teresting pictures were r.iade.
What Are You Going I
To Do This Yinr!
by way of mukiui; your business sue
LW.fiful and jour d mcsti life full of
pleasure, if j on are not supplied w ith
telephone service of the Cumberland
Telephone iV Telegraph Compart?
Lveryone should have a telephone.
You are counected with all outside
important points in local connectioni
ivith all residence: und I'li-.inr1-: hoita
e?. i'or acy iiit'jim .tiion call Man
ager, Cumberland Idcplioac i Telegraph Co.
Foley's Kidney Cure
makes kidneys cad bladder right
The Sanitary, Durable.
Flat Oil Finish
For the Walls
Ask our dal?r In yotir town
our beautirully-printea ana Illustrated dook, wiin inwi
achemrs and practical auKcrestiona. Tha plain Airactiona 1
make !-( riaicoatt easy to apply wiin penect iuccm.
Granville Milling Co.
mkWM Mr -ml'& v -
.5SsSiT?i Whc they're ap to '
jtis scatterload shot shells open
your oira can neuner get too
A SDCCial sv!pm tJ waddina
y . T . ' J ic4 dJUUI
to that of a standard shell at 40 yds. and with greater
The sterl lining gives tK speed plus perfect patten.
Get a bos to-day. Yout local dnlet sat litem.
Try them oa a paper Uiget with yota- old duck gua.
Remington Anns-Union Metallic Cartridge Co,
299 Broadway Nw York City
Some one in your home prefers vocal music
YouM rather have instrumental.
You can both be suited with a Victor
Two records in one almost at the price of one
10-inch, 75 cents; 12-inch, 1.25.
d 10-incn, 75 cents; 12-inch, 5.25. i
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iYTl3 KG PGmU&) t:thnq emsy.
Costs Daly 25c at Drtwsts, or nail
Mother ! ftesitftte no tonger, t"-t sa the fcc(h Wo at
your cr-"f, as tlttwsanii havo done, by these powttet,
TEETMINA is ei'y Kfvcn and quiekfy counteract stt over
somes tto effects ut the summer's h cat upon tetthins children
The only Baking Powder made
from Royal Grape Cream ofTartar
NO ALUM, NO L!VU PHOSPHATE
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and Ceilings ol
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for "Modern MWf"iwW."
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Ert up close. Hp m a
and maLc vour chLo lw
gun good in brush or thicket
nn.l NJIlM fT.k .1 1 tt I
up your pattern so evenly that
mucn nor too Utile.
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Bov.tl Trcublcs ChikL-ta of t
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