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FOR COUNTY COIBT CLIiEK.
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. I'litj lovoi! ; "f tin' iiil liaml, there will lie a
full nr. licsira Miio'Ain a murh nmre I
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.,::in viae -icouj(, jf y()a wcre Mi Y$'f 177:)
mie.cent i,,, ! narlicu!ar in feiiviii. We 'VJrnfl
.i ..r .he rhhiviare now oiLTia? new Ca?? ,jj J
' jbase, Beans, Radishes, Tomatoes, Heels, Colefy S etc.,
:l,,,,r; ! They are fine and are j;ohi5" fast at iew prices.
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ONE nice, clean, firo.sry store.
W. H. BRIZENDINE & CO.
Wf i:re juitluirivil t-i Jiliii'-n :, t !: .( , ,
,-apililii-y f J. Ij'.i I Vnt i--?. for l-:U , 'ul
of tin- Miilili'iiU-rjj t .unity t'.uiri. mi!- In her -I.':.,
jeet ti tin' arti.ui if tlif IK iiui ra! i- , e:r .'! (i
(Ink of the new iiancc is c:aileil
the "jelly wabble." Perhaps you
learu it out of the took book.
0r. of Paul Kevere's letter oM
the other ilay for ?5, which is not
to much considering the prices pai.l
for some of Mr. ArchboUi's corres
pontlence. i-knmkm' pa'ernalis-.n, so long
the terror ot politieians, is perhaps
about to be realietl. ne congress
man is lrying-t reulate hotel i.itcs
ami cab fares'
Kpk time the unloatlcd pistol
tragedy is repeated we are convinced
afresh that the fool killer needs an
able bodied assistant or at least a
caddy to carry hi tools.
Iaikoon beggai of various kinds
drove the newly married Shcpards
out of town, showing that Ikicn
Could' disguise of a new name
Sards her no real protection.
Lkiitcy Yi c.'.
.-,ir, Mr;, llai'riet
Stkinu i Dear, it it true, but the
men outfitter do not, we iuiaginc,
-ejtpccf to frill flpxc all those.
Panama hati now on display. Possi
bly they are shown with the inten
tion of making the patron feel so
cold that he will buy an extra overcoat.
Sunday I'lt-ri . i'i at the Ii nne of
her only chiM. Mr. Miller W'oir, at
faiksonvillc. Il's , after a uliort ill
ness, the iili:i:iiies of ae offering
little resist nice, l-'or the past eight
tears she has lived in Jacksonville,
making one or two isits baik here.
Miss Harriet kuuiscy Miller was
born in ll..i'.i;uj'. il'.e. and on Sept.
2, I'Y,, was :u:.rric:i to i-'.dward
Ruu.sey Weir h.-re, and spent about
8o years of !.. t l:f; i: this city.
I lei lon ii.- ,:s an active one,
spent in ' ' . ? ' ! ? n: leiif ss;
she was an ii:tc'h tu.il woi.i.in, pos-
l'.very one suti.is fiom hoarseness
at some time or oilier. It may mean
much or little, for it may be caused
by an ii;imidcnt use of the voice,
or it may mark the beginning of a
serious disease, like cancer. For
tunately, the latter cause is by no
means as fretpicnt as many nervous
sufferers from hoarseness iuiaginc.
Most persons use the vocal cords
improperly; they worry them with
every word they speak. In the
case of those who depend upon Hhe
voice for a livelihood, such as sing
ers, lecturers and teachers, the of
fense is serious, l'.ut singers, at
least, usually exercise great care in
this respect. The voice is too val-
scsscd of charging tr..i:s, in manner j ,h(. , lhcn, t riskt atll (hey at.
thoughtful, kind and attentive, and tcll(l la any at.act of hoarseness at
Aocokiusc to the National Asso
ciation of Merchant Tailors, the
styles in men's and womens gariuets
next season will bestrikeingly alike.
The styles of this year are very sim
ilar, too, the piincipal difference
being that two trouser legs arc re
quired for men while one tutfices
for tha feminine skirt.
Here is some frenzied Kngiish
from a St. Louis contemporary.
You will observe that the women ot
Eogland are cither British liooesses,
or else that lionesses are Iiriiish
peeressec; "I.ady Helmsely, daught
er of the countess of Warwick, has
an action agttost an Knghsh cir
cus on a charge of cruelty to animals
The punishment inflicted upon :
troMbiesowc lioness was the cause
of the suit Sac married Viscount
Heltnsley, who will coon be the carl
Jtsr now the British nhipbuildiug
yards are experiencing anextraordi
nary run of prospeaity. The total
tonnage of all ships under con
struction for merchant and navy ser
vice reaches the huge total of ;,a66.
940 tons, of which about 500,000
tons consist of warships for the
- British and other oavte. In 1909,
a period of depression, 764. $20 tons
of merchants ships was Luiii, or
ratber was under construction To
day tfcere is under construction
970,065 tons of merchant ships.
) May 14th the world's largest
steatusbio the "Iinperator," is due
at the New Vork port. She is 919
feet long. Tiie looost peimanent
iier o the Manhattan s'u? of die
Hudson Kivrr are 85 fcrt Lone, ail. I
these are leased by the Ciuiaid
Company. The White Star Coni
pany dock the "Olympic" at an Soo
foot pier, which has been tempora
rily le(thened to 900 feet: but the
ctU ONon Rusat ultimately be remov
ed, t'a the feitef fide the North
dermis -oyd has n fyr ,'-ot j.icr.
The HainLe-American l.ine, o.
c jf ite amptytor,'' have an
Sx fvt iier. " io L w"?C big ship
this pier will tc Iv-nihental io
ftet. Secretary St;uon's ec.cnt
decision provide for- i.eoo foot
as one of th;' must loved women of
the whole co iiity. Min knew prom
inent people all over the I'nion, aud
kept iu close touch with theni by
correspondence until the last very
few years. 1 let religious activities
wer: varied. .:a!:u s a:;d effective,
doing much seivicc in this hue with
out show or cs!c ntation. She was
a c harter iiiei.iber of the Cumber
land Presbyteri in church here, be
lug oue of the most active agents in
The bodjwasbrought here, ar-;
riving Tuesday moruiug, aud was
carried to the home of Mrs. Kunice
Jones, au iutimutc associate and life
long friend. At 10 o'clock yester
terday morning Kev. ( . A. P.arbee
conducted a funeral service at the
Cumberland Pres'oytcrian church,
and iutcri.ici.t followed 'i the old
cemetery, tee body laid to rcs.t be
side that of ;..T husband and sur
rounded by children and loved ones.
I-olio whig her example of t!:o;ight
fulness, manifested at the burial
of her son, Mr. Max Weir, when
she directed and assisted in the dis
tribution of the fit h oifeiiiigs of
tlowcrs, ilij w;is !so done yester
day, and I. ti;. drills of persous re
ceived these beautiful emblems of a
sweetness and purity that was splen
The stattnr. iit of the I-it it Nat
ional Hat.k sj peers in this issue,
the resources having passed the half
million mark, aud making this one
kit th: at.tongi st institutions in this
part oi JvCtr.iicUy.
The mine rescue e ar will be here
about tea days longer, as new class
es ore being fo.-mcd an.l :::vcn in
structions in first aid work. The
importance cf this work is fully ap
preciated l.re, '.vhere many thous
ands of men are engaged in coal
lion. iMivarti l'ru kh.ius. of
Springfield, Ills , accompanied Mr.
MilJer Weir hero with the body of
Mrs. ilariict it. V'cir. Mr. ltrock
haus is a s?n in law of Mr. Wc-ir,
and is county judge of Morgan
LiUiVii!; Ado Stow.
7 he Louisville Autcmobile Show,
which w;;i Jie held iu the Armory
on March 5, .0. ;, j;i l S, by the
J.ouuville Ai;l"iind'ilc I 'c.ilcis Asso
eiaXiou, io!iiics to be the most
important dispUy of motor cars
ever held in ;his teintory. This
year the entire main lKcr of the
Armory w id l e tlevotcd to the dis
play of automobiles with the balco
ny reserved for motorcycles, tires,
automobile accessories, etc.
The inteiest iu automobiles in
Kcniwkjr fs rapidly increasing and
the fact that there -:ot iii ereat a
pciCcnta;,e of nioti-r cjrs iu utc in
,th;s trritiry as in o-ler states
causes t;:e ;aii.ifa turers a id deal
til t f'-gar 1 thij a su i::dtv.l ped
tmcc. Constantly recurring hoarse
ness in a singer iudicatesjfatilt some
where, cither in the production of
voice, or in the personal habits of
When hoarseness is one the sym
tonis of a general cold, it usually
disappears promptly; but the suffer
er will do well to stop talking while
the throat is sore, and to use some
simple spray or inhalation. Such
hjarsenesa is the consequence of
becomes chronic, treatment must be
directed to improving the general
health. Gout or rheumatism may
be at the root of the trouble, or il
may come from too many cigarettes
or too much alchol. The inveter
ate cigarette smoker can never cure
his hoarseness unless he has the
courage to conquer his habit.
Obstructions of the nasal passages
prevent the proper Warming and
filtering of the air, and often cause
hoarseness. If the ditiiculty persists
when the nose and throat arc in a
healthy condition, and the personal
habits good, then a few lesms in
voice production from a good elocu
tionist will often correct the errors
iu the use cf the voice, and put an
end to the hoarseness.
Take your beef hides to J. L.
Coombs iV Co. and get the c aih.
mi' HSR "2
tor s.ut r
JAKVIS & WILLI AX S
ccoe in and seeM W I J .;
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You can not keep posted on Cur
rent events unless you read the
1 l.oi i.iiii, K.--lll-:NRV WATIllRSON, K:hiok)
A Democratic President
Has been elected, and an era of Pros
perity has set in. You can get
Weekly Courier Journdl
ntm qu!Gtz reuef
(3y the use off SWANSON'S
Tha Grout flomody for
I;; is a rTTarnticn fnrtS jitcrnol fttrlrvter-D-
l u .itlMt Kivfs siu.rk rtli-f to tire ruUrfr
ti?he CattriuPy. it $t9p all mAz pJtf.
TmLuq InLomaliy, it ch-uolves tio xMotwo
itK lama srxl awiefs nnlura in rotorinir th
uyr K-iu li 3 healthy cooditica. S&d hy DnicttU.
(inc rs!1.r t&t Itt V, cr nt prffTwld up.n
m UM Si- t, OtkiotM
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IF YOU ARB LOOK1NGFOR
THE CINCINNATI PHOPIrf ATE CO
Who Have An Attractive Proposition For
BOTH AGENT AND GROWER
Fertilizers For All Crops
THE FIRST NATIONAL BM
9 DIRECTORS-W. A, Wiakliife, W. G. Dunccn. C. E 1
a Martla. R. T. Merlin, E. J. Purycfr, C. M. Mri:'nf Jr.o
The . trade drawing
power of a well lighted
store is too well recog
nized to require dis
If yoa have any doubt
about it, let our illu
place a few
Edison Mazda Lamps
m your store and show windows, and watch
Ia the meantime ask him to.grve you the latest
facts about light and lamps. He will tell you
how .to increase the attraction of your store,
without increasing your present light bilL
QXilNYilLE LIGHT S WATER CO. (LNC
C. Kirkpatrick D. M. Roll
Kirkpatrick & Roll
Over Old Bank Building, Court House Square
Telephone IN'o. 8Q
We are agents of a line of the strongest American
companies, writing all forms of insarance. We carry
Hail on Tobacco
and specially solicit this Business.
We buy and sell real estate and have listed with
us farming, timber and coal lands, town lots, etc.
Also property for rent Shall be glad to have this
business in 'all branches.
T. Reynold;, Jr.
The standing and responsibility of the men
who constitute our Dcird cf Directors are a
guarantee cf careful, judicious niaiiaccmcnt.
Catering to High Class Trade
Street and Evening Covins,
Blouses and Suits
j Private Shop opened in fourth lioor over Embrv it Co's.,
(store. Mr. Prown. an experienced tailor, will Ikave charge
, of all tailored vrk.
Outside materials m:ule up until our u;w st.ick :.s received
Your Orders Solicited.
Over Fmfcry S: Co
WAIIPA.1, Special Prices iti
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