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Practical Gifts for Men, Women and Children.
Sweater Coats, House Slippers. Rain Coats, Shirts & Collars, Sus
pendcrs. Silk Reefers, Cloves, Sox, Carters, Handkerchiefs, Ties.
Neck-Wear. Hair Ornaments, House Slippers. Cloves, Umbrellas,
Belts, Handkerchiefs, Hosier)'. Dress Goods, Silks, Kimona Goods.
Sweater Coats, Hats, Caps, Toques, Umbrellas, Cloves.
ANOTHER CHRISTMAS SUGGESTION
Wa have equipped one of out larite wrapping counter with paper and (wine suit
able for wrapping express and parcel pout package. Thi. service i free and you are
cordially invited to our store to wrap and address your Christmas packages.
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No paper next week.
Get Red Cross Christmas seals at
Good morning! Are you really j
ready for Christmas?
Just a day left in which to do
your Christmas shopping, so hurry.
Mr. E. J. l'uryear, Jr., is home
from Louisville for Christmas.
Mr. Ww. U'icklifle is he me from I
Ilarvaid for the holiday season. j
The sun was seen Monday for a
few moments, the first time in three!
NstraLoLt'tr full were racing
the board of i;y supcrvior Tues
day. Some of the true blue are operat
ing their automobiles just the same
as in June.
"Mr. Tom Taylor is here from
I.cxiBgton to spend his school vaca
tion at borne.
Bourbon .Red turkeys for sale.
See Geo. Spurlin, Telephone 27
Red cedar chests at Roark's,
fot Cbiistmas gits and useful
May this be the best Christmas
and the happiest new year we have
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. ' Koonta are
at home, coming down from Louis
ville last week.
Typewriter and tewing machine
applies of alt kinds can be found
Mr. Char. LoveH, a student in
State College,' returned from Lexing
ton for the vacation period.
Remember now your less fortu
nate fellows. There is ample op
portunity to do good now.
Help the f ght against tuberculosis
by using Red Cross Christmas seals.
They are on sale at Hale's.
Nearly cv.-ry business house 'has
extra help this week, to care for the
holiday shot per in best manner.
"Martha Washington" sewing
tables, a gift for the day and for al
ways, can be found at Roark'c store.
Miss Mary Kirkpatrick is spend
ing her scLcol vacation at borne,
coming in frcm Lexington the first
of the week.
Worthy ard useful Christmas le
membrances can be found in abund
ance at McCracken's jewelry store.
Mr. Ilany Poolo, who is taking
an agricultural course at State Col
lege, is here for the two week vaca.
tion, and ia doing valuable work in
the post office with his father.
Beaded bags are v the thing" this
eas'on, and Me has them.
j Notice to A. S. of E. Mcmbsrs.
j The regular term of the county
J union will convene at court Louse
; in tlrecuville, Thursday Januaiy 7
and 8, ai thi is the first county
union for the ear all local are re
quested to send delegate as business
of importance will be atteuded to.
M. W. Carver,
Receive Demonstrator Saxoa.
Messrs. Laves & Shuit have re
ceived their Saxon demonstrator,
and the car is causing great interest.
They have the agency for the
There will be held at the office
of the First National Hank, at
r.reenville, Ky., on Tuesday, Jan
uary 12, 1915, between the hours of
9 a. ra and 11 a.m. an election for
the purpose of electing seven direct
ors for the ensuing year.
Jxo. T. Reynolds, Jr , Secty.
Mr. Alvin Taylor left Sunday af
ternoon for lluntineburc. Ind.. to
.,j inil!1 f ,r. k,,
lha, placc Mondiiy afternoon. He
j will return via Ixjuisville, where he
I will see Mr. Otto A. Rothert. who
I The postoftice has Ltcti the bus:--est
place ia -town, easily, .'r tic
past ten days. The amount of
mail received and dispatched has
been the heaviest iu the history of
the office, and hundreds of people
call daily. Postmaster Toole and a
competent and adequate force are
keeping things , moving like clock
work, aud the service is pleasing to
Mid-Winter Meeting: of Press Associa
Members of the Kentucky Press
Association will hold their mid-winter
meeting at the Wattersou Hotel,
in Louisville, Monday and Tues
day, December 28 and 29 As
there will be no issues of Kentucky
papers neat meek, it is certain there
will be a large attendance at the
Miss Mary Taylor is home for
the holidays, coming down from
Chicago the first of the week. Miss
Taylor is taking the trained nurse
course at the Presbyterian hospital
Most of our people know Harry
Lauder as a humeri', but there wil
be found elsewhere an article which
shows him to be a philosopher, true
ecomonist, and a man with true
convictions and the nerve to uiho'd
them. Read the article.
Velvet Joe says "Ef all the money
spent f'r gifts f'r them that didn't
need 'era was put together it d t uy
gifts f'r all them that did nctd 'em."
There is less peace and good will
in the world than has existed for
many centuries, but we are a for
tunate people, and have much for
thankfulness at this season.
There have been a lot of sneaky
movements on the part of fathers
and mothers the post several days,
and one man declares that he has
qualified as a scout for the European
war; but he hastens to say that be
does not intend to do ao.
The weather man has not been at
all gracious this holiday, as we have
hid nothing cheerful in the way of
weather. And people who unfor
tunately get nothing else, would be
helped by bright weather.
There "ill be more Christmas
trees in town this year than ever
Paraljsis Fatal to Mrs. Kothert.
Mrs. l'ran.iska Weber Kothert,
seventy-nine years old, formerly well
known to tobacco brokers, died at
7:30 o'clock Friday night at her
home, 132 Kast Gray street, Louis
ville, Ky. She suffered a stroke of
paralysis on November 12 after be
ing in declining health for about a
year. Her husband, Herman
Kothert, died February 25, 1904.
Mrs. Kothert was born in Hruch
sal, Haden, Germany, ou May 11,
1S35. She came to Louisville in
1853 with her parents and marricJ
Kothert, also of Germany, in Sep
tembcr of that year. They made
their home in Huntingburg, Ind.,
for thirty five years. They con
ducted a general store and tobacco
business at Huntingburg. Later
they became engaged in exporting
leaf tobacco. Mrs. Rothert always
took an active interest in the bii;i
Coining to Louisville, t!io Ro
iheits coniiui ud a tobacco tri(' i'-g
plant at Tenth and Main street?,
but retired after the cycli.ne. Mrs.
Rothert is survived b) a daughter,
Miss Sophij Rothert, of Louisville,
and three sons, Otto A. Rut! e t,
the historian; ohn H. Rothert, rep
resentative of the Diebolt Sate and
Lock Company, of Louisville, and
Hugo C Ruthert, of Huntingburg.
Otto Rothert is at present suffering
from an attack of pneumonia, but is
improving, and wiil soon be out.
The body of Mrs. Rothert was
carried to Huntingburg, Ind., and
interment made there Monday after
noon. Postoftice Makes Record.
Greenville post office patrons
have made a record in the matter of
insured packages by parcel post.
This service has been on for just a
year, and the records of this office
show that more than 1,500 packa
ges will be sent in that period. This
surpasses all cities of our class, and
equals, almost, the business done
by Hopkinsville, Howling Green,
Hcudcrsou and such cities, iu that
line. '1 he proportion of losses or
complaints of any kiud made here
are extremely light.
Is Appointed Fish and Game Warden.
Mr. Granville McDonald ha been
'appointed fish and game warder, fur
Muhlenberg county, and has entered
upon the duties of the office. He
is capable, and will make an efficient
officer. The piotection of bird life
is important, aud the unlawful
means often employed in fishing
should be stopped. Mr. McDonald
will juia with the other officials in
the general effort that is being made
to have our laws cn this line ob
The first quarterly meeting of the
year will be held at the Methodist
church Sunday and Monday nights.
Rev. J. T. Rushing, new presiding
elder and old time pastor will be
Hard to Get Whisky.
The new regulations governing the
shipment of whisky have caused
some delays in delivery of packages,
and many bundles have been sent
back to the shippers. " For personal
use" really means something, and
"club" orders are not permitted.
Colored Prisoner Dies ia Jail,
Roy Moppln, a colored prisoner
in the county jiil, died lust Thurs
day night, from an a'. tack of typhoid
fever. This is the first death in
jail here in many years. The body
was buried in the west end cemetery
If Its a Question
What to Give "Hef
Mc tin; jeweler can solve it pleas
ingly. Appropriate, lasting re
membrances from very modest
to most impressive, Call and see
the 8'MJ$ and learn the low
Greenville merchants hive gotttn
their share of the trade of the r.o .n
ty. Hetter stocks than heretcAoie
have been provided, to cater to the
growing demand for worthy mer
chandise, and the wise dealers have
profited by their foresight in offer
ing the public the lasting, satisfac
Mary F.velyn Haves has pneumo
nia, and is under the care of a
trained nurse at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Laves,
on Cherry street. Her condition
yesterday was reported as improv
Mr. i'ryor Crittenden has mumps,
and is at the home of his mother,
Mrs. W. J. Moore.
The ladies of the Cumberland
Presbyterian church are having the
church parsonage overhauled; paint
ing, papering and decorating are
being done, and the home made
Harry Tbaw has caught fust page
again, but everyone hopes his stay
may b .ief.
S rengthen your Victor library
from the hundreds of records in
stock at Roark's, the Victor agency.
Hon. J. R. MaHory, common
wealth attorney for this district, was
here from Eikton the first of the
week, getting familwr with the doc
ket of the oncoming term of out
Knjoy the best music, by the
best artists, ou a Victor or Yiotrula,
in stock at Roark's. Also hundreds
Telephone service is just about
Dorinzl again, but it has taken heavy
effort to repair the damages from
Mr. C.e. Pjc is .iiiu-riiig fuu
a slight attack of grip, but hopes to
be out very soon.
Make a gift that vrill bring sus
taioed pleasure. Roark has that
kind ol artules in abundance.
The Central Life Insur
ance Co., of Kentucky has
since January 1 amount
ing to more than
Which is three times as
much as has been recive
ed by any other company
operating in this State.
For further particulars
. WICKLIFFE, Mgr.
H0P.IINSVDLIIE, KEN. ICCif
Bite-Ma ji ugh.
A uiet home wedding was solem
nized at the home of the bride's
sister, Mrs. l.d Teaford, Thursday
morning at 10:30 o'clock, uniting
the lives of Mr. Samuel I.. Hite, of
Graham, Kv and - Miss Masie
Mayhugh, of Greenville, Ky., Rev.
E. K. Sewell, of. the Methodist
church performing the ceremony.
Mr. Hite, the groom, is a young
man of good luli;s, and business
standing and comes of highly le
spected family, and the limes sin
cerely congratulates him on winning
this charming and gentle young girl
a his bride, and wishes for them
uninterrupted happiness and success
in all their undertakings.
' The ceremony was witnessed by
only a few close friends, and at 1:30
o'clock the bridal dimer was served.
Mr. and Mrs. Hite will remain
here the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Teaford for a few days, going back
to their Kentucky home just in time
for the-Christraas festivities. Oce
ola. Ark., Times.
Miss Mayhugh is the bright and
attractive daughter ot Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Mayhugh, of this city, and
the groom has a hast of friends
here. The bride and groom ar
rived here yeoterday on a visit to
the family of Mr. Mayhugh. They
will establish a home at Graham in
a short while. May their lives be
filled ith useful cudeavors.
Mr. R. U Vick aud Miss Klua
Stroud were married by Rev. G. B
McDonald, who performed the
ccrciuouy at his home at 130
o'clock Tuesday tfii'inoou, a f.-w
fiieiids ttin yirtsetu. Mr. -Vick is
engaged iu business here, and the
bride is a popular gill who lives at
Moorman. Their in my fricni's
wish them long, useful lives.
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Read the Illinois Central ad. and
lake advantage of the holiday rate.
'n I'.ed Cfj:: -?j1: on y-ur
Typewriter supplies of all kinds
at R ark's paper, ribbons, docu
ni.at u j. .. j, i;4j.::j.
We recant, relent, apologue, ex
cuse, exempt, overlook, forgive,
justify, release and most humbly
beg the pardon of the weather man
for the article written a few hours
ago about bis actions. As we gam
bol to press he has caused the sun
to shine on us, with promise of fur
ther blessing, and we place him on
a psdestal, with a Christmas wreath
decoration surrounding his dome
County toads are in fine shape
for the season.
One's Christmas is largely what
he makes it by doing for others.
If a boy gets skates for Christmas,
and there is no ice, he will declare
that a great mistake has been made
Read the article on responsibility
for fires. It is worth the attention
of everyone, and its suggestions will
in time be law all over the country,
as it should be.
Victor Records at Roark's.
McCracken, the j:weler, has
hundreds of staple and novelty items
for Christmas gifts, many of them
exclusive here. Call and see bis
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r..in leaves almost
as if ky magic whra
you begin using
Props," the famousold
remedy for Kheuma
lism. Lumbago, Gout.
and kindred troubles.
It goes right to tba
spot, stops the aches
and pains and makes
lib worth living. Get
ahotrt; f ."vtirops1
tj iay. A booklet w iih
earn tonlf fir full
direction! for n;
S-Drcpa" D:a t ac
cept anything else ia
rlace of it Any drni
(1st can supply you. If yon liva too far
trora a drug storo send On Dollar to
Swansea Rhccmatie Cure Co., Newark,
Ohio, and a bottle of "Si-Drops" wilt be
The contribution, of the f'.in
Sunday schools of the .aity to the
inmates of the poor house wilt be
made as usual this year. There ara
sixteen inmates, and liberal boxe
of eatables and useful, articles wit
be supplied to each, as is custon
1 Air. ana Airs. u. )v. morgan are
j in LouisviPe for a few days.
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Mrs. Richardson and Mist Aanie
Richardson are herefrom Hampton,
Va., on a iit to lela'ives.' - -
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