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TfllKSDAY. JAM AKV 23.1913.
Kore4 at U tiwnvitltt Kj:., KUfllf ii
aeron tla aiatlr.
rOICOlNTV COIBT CLERK.
Wo are aiilli.iriiMl to iiiintin-- tin'
raud'ul.-u-v of .1. Ixti l-Viitrt'M for It-rk
of t lie Mtililoiilxrtf 1 oil nt v I'oint. miIh
joct to the action of tin' IVu:ot'ratit'
'lit f interest in woman suffrage
ap)eart to lie mauin. No toman
hat walked anywhere fur a week.
lMi k the parrel jt system
should not the dead letter office be
equipped with cold storage facilities?
Thfsf days bring a vague sense
of aomelhiog missing. Hither the
clock has stopped or Col. Kocsc
velt needs winding up.
Kot'Nti steak has risen in price
38.1 per rent in a tear, the lut
t rats evidently having found some
way to make it tender.
'I'll r. toe. parrel post stamps show
ruail being carried in an aeroplane,
but parrels marked "fragile" had
best not lie sent that way jtt.
Howi.vf k, it is doubtful if the
emancipation of women or of inao,
cither will ever be full accomplish
ed until waists dresses cease to
button up the back.
There has been formed a $ 25,000
000 millinery trust, but omen w ill
till be able to get f 8 hats at re
markable bargains, marked down
to I17 93.
Aliiuuch the finger bowl has
been indicted as dangerous to health,
like the common diiuking cup.
it is likely lo persist because the
waiter wants the dime.
Minneapolis has been warned of
the peril that lurks in heavy under
clothing, which may serve as balm
to the troubleed conscience of a
protected manufacturer or two.
In Germany they do some things
very well. .New police regulations
for Berlin declare that windows and
doors must be kept closed in every
building io which any one is play
ing a musical instrnment and the
German are great lovers of music,
The investigation of the 1'ujo
committee has developed a great
many diseases that have not hereto
fore been known, many of lbe prin
cipal witnesses summoned to appear
producing certificates from doctors
no testify to ailments that are mys
tifying, if not convincing.
Tue annual report oi the Pntish
PostsaaMr General states that wire
less telegraph messages sent to and
from ships have increased j 1 & er
cent beyond the previous year.
The increase t partly due to the
lareer number Of vessels now equip
ped with "wireless" and partly to a
redaction of tariff for vessels mak
ing abort voyages. Neatly a! of
the wireless stations in Great llrit
in are now in the the hands of the
I'ost Office, the only piiva'.c com
neifial stations Pcing the Marconi
slatioi.s at flifden and I'oltlhli-
Tlte Sphygmomanometer is n
inttunient of recent invention lor
measuring the blood pressure. The
name is derived from (.Uyjjiiio,
the pulse; man 01, thin, rare; n.i
meter, a measure. The manometer
bad Irf-cn In ,'. for some time as an
instrument for ir.esamjpg the ten
sion of gases and l apnrr, tutf was
readily adapted to letting tuood
pressure by adding a rubber, bulb
nrf a cff with rubber b.'g attich
cd on icaide- Ttis is placed over
the lra hia! attcry, above the elbow,
anil w hen tlic pressure through the
rubber built has shut oft the artery
so t'ie pu!s.' r.iiiitut I e felt .it the
ri st, the icuUn in tlic r.tdeil scale
at the height of the c olumn of mer
cury itiilicitc the blood pressure.
I lie urn tu d liicoil j leisure is t.-;
millimeters. In hardening of the
aiteries, and ai roinpanyn ,; heart
and kidney complications, the blond
picssute is an :;iioitaiit syaiitotu
to be studied. Several of the large
lite insurance companies require the
blond pressure to be taken in
applications for lare amounts.
I his company ilaims to have saved
So.oco in lossts the firt car in
wliii h they required the use of the
spygoinaiioiiu tcr. They f'tllowed
the history of cases lejerted on ac
count of hih Mood f'ie-s'ire only,
and found several who died within
the year nf ap.q.b kv.
Aged Citizen Seriously 111.
Mr. .l M. Terry, one of the
oldest inhabitants of the city, and a
well known citien of the county,
who has been i!l for about two weeks,
was reported as unimproved yester
day, and is gradually becoming
weaker, with little hope oi his recov
ery. Notice To File Claims.
All persons having claims against
the estate of ot Win. M. Kades, de
ceased, are hereby notified to pre
sent ssmr, piciy proven to me
for adjustment. '1 his, January 13,
N. Aikixs, Admr.
I he food that nourishes us is es
sential to life, but it is no more es
sential than the form of rest c call
sleep. Sleep is a mysterious thing;
very little is really known about the
physical processes that cause it. It
comes and goes like the rising and
falling tide; we abandon ourselves
with glad relit f to it at the end cf
the day; it lenews our vigor both
of mind and body, and if u fails us
for auy cause, wc speedily fail also
in health iind strength.
The question is often asked "How
much sleep do 1 need?'' The an
str is not simple, for people dufer
greatly - in this respec'. Infants
should sleep .nearly all the time;
children need rocu sleep than
adults, and the young need more
than the old. 1 here are, however,
some aged persons in whom a form
of cerebral anemia causes an almost
const; n-. i.'roAsinos tlut doubtless
h;lps to pioli rg life. In general,
seven hours for men and f'g'nt or
more lor women is a safe allowance.
Merc important than the exict time
you spend la bed is th.- regularity
and soundness of the sleep you get.
Many people are astonishingly in
different to these matters. Young
people who wish to enjoy social dis
sipation until late at night often re
fer to the case of some famous man
who lived lor years on four hours'
sleepand accomplished marvels, but
such young people themselves rare
ly achieve anything except irritabili
ty, bad complexion and laziness.
It is a wise plau to go to bed at a
regular and seasonable hour every
night. The bedroom should be
dark, quiet, flooded with fresh, out
door air. The bcdclothing should
he light in weight, but sullicbnt to
keep the eltepcr waim. Never
draw the blar.teu over your head:
if necessary, protect it from the
wiuttr cold by a sleeping-hood.
Mr. j. y.. J.atharn returned from
Louisville the first of the ceek, and
is rapidly recovering from the effects
of the removal of a en, which was
The I. C. lailroad is employing
much extra htlp njw in the maia
lenance of-way department, repair
ing the ttitckre created by high
Ni'ice lo The Public.
To All Whom it May Concern
I have on ii;; (Jay sold my interest
in ti e Greenville Hardware & ((
eery Company lo I.. . Kirkpatritk
and after tins date will have no con
nection whatever with said partner
ship, Jauuary 7, 19 13. 3L
J. F. (Wit:;.
Something to Think About.
Many woids won't fill a bushel,
but a J ire, Lightning, or Tornado
policy will! us will 11 a want in hu
man happiness that will otherwise
V. D. lilackwcll & Hro.
Rogers Bidg. Telephone, 10-3
ORIGIN OF PUBLIC BATH
HOUSES IN ENGLAND.
By A. W. MACV.
At the beginning of Cueeit Vic
toria reign there were no pub
lic bath houses In England. Thir
ty thousand people were living
In eight thousand cellars in Liv
erpool, none of which had drain
or sewers, and nearly all cf
vhich vore subject to Ir.unda
t'ort after heavy rains. In the
poorer districts of London, and
in nearly all th other cities and
towns throughout England, tne
eupply of water was wholly inade
quate to preserve the cleanliness
of the laboring people. But
steps to remedy this state of af
fair had already been taken. In
1832, when the cholera broke
out, Catherine Wilson, a London
woman In moderate circum
stances, was S3 impressed w;th
the necessity of cleanliness .a
a preventive or disease, that ths
invited tome cf her poorer
neighbors to come to her com
paratively better house to wash
and dry their clothes. Ths ex
periment was eo succeesful, and
the good results so apparent,
that some benevolently in
clined people united to he p her
extend her operations. Th'e was
the beginning cf the present ex
tensive system of publio bath
houses In England.
v.ubiiul. UU. by Juat-itlt U. Uwwlaa.4
It will pay you to look at the
wallpaper bargains now on at
The ladies' aid society of the
Christian Church, at Powdeily, so
licit orders for carpet weaving,
plain and fancy sewing, baking,
etc., which will be done reasonably,
the funds being thus collected to be
used in church extension work.
Vill Find a Helpful Suggestion
In This Letter.
Overworked, rnn-down, "fagged
out" women who feel aa though they
could hardly drag about, should profit
by Miss Riehter's experience. She
says: "Last winter I waa completely
run down and felt fagged out all the
time, was nervous and had Indiges
tion. "One of my friends advised me to
take Vinol, nnd it has done me great
good. The tired, worn-out feeling Is
oil gone, and 1 am strong, vigorous
end well. The stomach trouble soon
uisapieared and now I eat heartily
And have perfect digestion. I wlih
every tired, weak, nervous womait
could have Vinol, for I never sient
eny money In my Ufa that did me eo
much good as that I spent for Vinol."
Marie Rlchter, Detroit, Mich
Thousands of women and men
who were formerly weak and sickly
owe their present rugged health to
the wonderful strength-creating effects
of Vinol. We guarantee Vinol to build
you n and make you strong. II
It does not, we Eive back your money,
FRID QUICK REUSF
By the use of SWANSOrTS
Tho Great Rcmody for
Sciatica, Gout, Neuralgia,
La Grippe, Kidney Trouble
ft l a prrpsratloa for both Internal and extee
B&l UM that pivr quirk rvlicf to the ultrrw.
Asem ertwmMy, h siee edite sad mm .
Ti'km intMrnaiijr, It dio1ve the potonoue
ibt.in e atid annUra nature in rtorn the
yuan to a healthy cooditioa. Seie By liesstH.
One fhoTlar per txUl. or irnt prepaid upon re
eeipt of price it nut obtainable la your luauily.
wansm RHcusune cunc coMPjurr
Remedy for CoastJpatton. Sick
Headache, Scnr tew ecu. ntolettfnsr'SMMl
Liver Trouble. 25clerBexatDrasslats
Es$liy and Qufokty Healed
can remif ftct
UnttMn una In
t-aifo. It bi a
ponntlnil i nt-
Ci'-I.t UKlt U T Ul-
AncrcMirtly Nrrezma, rtmHt, running ftctc.
tovrutsi, burii. Mlt rbeuin rlnx -wurm, ptlcti
sttul ucne. A Mntilt apt Uimin.o ll upuvly kito
jititM-h itr n-liff. '1 h l urtilou, IrritetiusT iiitl.At-
The llve-Omn Slv Ii now nut up In 2$
tn so ecu
TV cent peM lvtices mikI sx4i py n.riy rl
ft . '1 ! II r M.ICil ll.(l f . '".
!' U.1- iMi'aau in . 1,41' tlrll K,r.
Vt I IMKMI mfMlft ! I'll--'.. t ! fell .'ll.'!tt
ti ni.lv for 't'rotaloua altin:Uuast crock'l Lu
Mil Ox-tlp iiOiuun.
KILL the COUCH
ANO CURE THE LUMPS
w Dr. King's
mil rfOUCHS OT,n
WOLDS Mil Bottle Fiee
AKP H THROAT wn I IJNOTRCUBLtS.
day they get our orders
orders for these high grade goods
W. H. BRIZENDINE & CO.
Evcrylhliia Ciootl to Et
You can not keep posted on Cur
rent events unless you read the
(1.0LISUI.I.K, Kv. ilKNRV V.T tkrson, I-:ti k.k)
A Democratic President
Has been elected, and an era of Pros
perity has set in. You can get
Both One Year For $1.15
Regular price of Weekly Courier-
Journal $1.00 a year. We can also
make a special rate on Daily or Sun
day Courier-Journal in combination
with this paper.
To Get Advantage ? This Cut
Rate, Orders Must Be Sent Us,
Not to Courier-Journal
IF YOU ARB
THE CINCINNATI PHOPHATE CO
ha Have An Attractive Proposition For
BOTH AGENT AND GROWER
Fertilizers For All Crops
sMeMeS3MBg&MBaggWWlfc WrWjM iHi IW WMB I
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DIRKCTORS -W. A. Wickliffc, W. G. Duncan. C. 11
Mirlit!, V.. T. Matlit), Ii. J. Tin-year, C M. Martin, Jno
T. Reynolds, Jr. x
Tiz &.auJiiKT anJ responsibility cf tlic men
who cxiiiutc our Coord of Directors arc a
guarantee cf careful, judicious management.
WALLPAPER, Special Prices atRoark'i
The finest Quality of
coffee a, frnm kr.hh
in the raw slate the coffee
has no flavor, roasting
gives it the characteristic
aroma Chase & Sanborns
that is why we get repeat
"Mrs. Wiggs of The Cabbage Patch
CIVXN UNDER Jt IE ALSQCES OF THE
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Y. ffl. C. A.
JANUARY 23, 1913 .
OPERA HOUSE 8 P. M.
Admission -Reserved Seats .35
General Admission .25
Children (under 12) .15
: DRAMATIS PERSON AE
Mie.Wigge ..Luciie Kirkpatrick
Jimmy Wigga Ceorge Belk
Billie WiZK. ... joha W. Drake
Autrili. Wigg. Margaret Wkklitfe
AsiaUigge TKelma Baibee
Europena U'igge . Ckauncey Guy Morgan
Mia Marietta Hry Elae Cfcriatiaa
Chrisliaey J. K. Long
Mt. Robert Redding .D. M. Roll
Mia Lucy Olcoll Luly Grundy
Mr.Eichorn Mr. J. F. Rice
Mra.Schultz.. .Mra. H. WiUupaoa
Mr.Slubbina.... F. A. Huater
Lovey Mary Mary LevcO
Tommy joka Eaee
P - Willard Kirkpatrick
Bro. Spicer.. Robi. Hardiaoa
MRS. WIGCS' S. S. CLASS
Mary France Baker. Mary Alma Kirkpatrick. Jennie Tay
lor. Robl. Wickhffe. Robt. Kukpalrick.
WHITE PEOPLE ONLY
Kirkpatrick & Roll .
Over Old Bank Building, Court House Square
Teleptione No. 89
We are agents of a line of the strongest Acericaa
companies writing all forms of insurance. We carry
and specially solicit this
We buy and sell real estate and have listed with
us farming timber and'ecal lands town lets, etc
Also property for rent
business in all branches.
KITCHEN CABINETS AT ROAM'S.
Catering to High Class Trade
Street and Evening GovPns, .
Blouses and Suits
Private Shop opened in fourth
store. Mr. 15rown. an experienced tailor, will have charge
of all tailored work. , - '
Outside materials made up
Your Orders Solicited.
Over Embry & Co
; ft! Kl c-
D. M. Roll
Shall be glad to haye this
floor over Emory & Co's..
until our own stock is received.
JAKVIS Sl WIU.IAMS