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JaautD k txr r tu vrsda r. E. C. OTWELL. Editor and Publisher. OfflOEi Oor. Broadway and Fourth 8t OverthetiieeuvllieBaak. tTIM AT ailOtl (.If HMTOTPICI At UMWOUM TTI terms: On.apy.peryeariii advance... nun OucUpy.p,ryr.nolpiuiau'v. iftu Ouoopy,is mouths 2j Oueeopy, three mouths ..... Oaecupy.l yr., mtiiwl out of oouu i l'l5 Oneeopy.iiiu., mailed out of count V W roreign postage added. Ho subscription,, takeu fur lens period thau three uioulh. A failure to uotlf y adiscootluuance at tu in 111 me nuienuiMciioeu or, will betaken an uew engagement or subscrlpiiou. t QfEHMSiIG RATES fOHIIM, 01 UPPLICillOI. A bine mark oppositethls paragraph la D indication lha,tyoursiiii.ilpUou expires w 1th this Issue and so Invtlattou la extend- a d to you to reuew at once. Addresses will be changed as often as de- ima.uui eacn suoscrtoer should lu every give the old aa well as the new address Electrotypes awed In advertisement will not be held longer than thirty laya unless peciauy notineu mat tney will be uaed gain. HOHK PHOKKi44 THURSDAY, JAN. 10, 1907 Senator Tillman took the 25th Infantry horn of the dilemma. Secretary Taft is not making a noise calculated to scare off the presidential nomination. The Shah of Persia continues to disappoint his friends, and President Castro his enemies. Kentucky will continue to look with supreme contempt on the man who denatures his alcohol, even with water. The Duchess of Clancarty is the only music hall peeress on record who died before she had a chance to get a divorce. We should think news was too plenty just now to revive that rumor about Mr. Cortelyou quit ting the National Committee. The small section of railroads in this country equipped with block signals seem to have a corner on all the accidents that happen. Hon. James Bryce has refused a peerage prior to coming to Washington. Evidently wants to make a record as a peerless ambassador. The damaging effects of the rate law on the railroads is dem onstrated by the fact that this year they have increased their dividends about $35,000,000. As if overburdened humanity did not have trouble enough with knowing about germs, here comes the Pure Food law to compel us to know what we are eating. Perhaps the Senate wants that report on safety appliances in view of the threats Jeff Davis has made about what he will do when he comes to Washington, The English papers refer to King Edward's speech from the throne as a "prosy, colorless ef. fusion". But then King Edward has not a 1908 time limit on him, and a whole lot of things that need saying. A New York minister alludes 10 tne puipit as "the coward's castle" and straightway goes to preach in a theatre, which some straight-laced people are in the habit of referring to as ' 'the dev il's playground". Carrie Nation says that waltz ing is nothing but plain hugging. Wrong again, Carrie! Just think what a drain it would be on the average young man's resources if he had to charter an orchestra all the time to do his hugging by! Secretary Taft has made a po litical announcement that clears the atmosphere a good deal. He has been "pestered" a good deal ! Sale. Big reductions on every of late to declare his intentions ' tnin in our ore except White about the presidential nomina-1 Shirts, Working Shirts, Overalls tion. He has come out plainly and said that he is not a clamor ous candidate but that if the of fice comes to him, he will not turn if- rlnurn TVn'o,' a , . ilJJ3J, laiuamount to a declaration that he is a can didate. No sensible man is gt- ing to either decline or accept something that has not been of fered him, and it would there fore be in bad taste for Secretary Taft to declare himself a candi date. There is still fresh in the memory of the public an estima ble and innocent admiral who made that sort of an announce ment. Also, it is only plain speaking for Mr. Taft to say that he is not going to run if he sees the nom ination heading his way. There is no case on record of a man de clining a nomination for the pres idency when it was offered him in good faith by a responsible party, and it is not the habit of Mr. Taft to side-step and make motions on the score of shyness, The question is settled on his own say, so that he is available as a candidate. It is known, also, that he is the choice of Presi dent Roosevelt as his successor in office. There is just a possi bility that the president might have selected Secretary Root for the place if he could have had his way, but that is one man who, while he might make a good can didate, has said in private, but emphatically, that he does not want the job, and he would have to be thrown down and hobbled if it were forced on him. So the situation is tolerably plain. President Roosevelt is a bout going to dictate the next nomination, that is, unless there should be a wave of popular clamor that would sweep him off his feet and drive him into tak ing a third term. He does not want this, but he does want a man in office with whom he is in hearty accord, and who he thinks would carry out many of his own ideas. Secretary Taft is that man. The confidence of the president in him has been dem onstrated too often to need re counting. He says practically that he is willing to be a candi date. It is therefore as good as assured that he will get the nom ination. There is also little ques tion that the nomination of the Republican party will mean the election. Many things can hap pen between now and the next election, but it is not likely that anything will happen to shake the faith of the country in the Republican party as the one of sanity and honesty, the one un der which prosperity has come, and under which it will stay. So the election of Secretary Taft to the next term in the White House may be confidently expected, bar ring always the accident of pub lie insistence aforesaid, which may force another term on the present incumbent whether he will or not. Long Live The King! is the popular cry throughout European countries; while in A merica, the cry of the present day is "Long live Dr. King's New Discovery, King of Throat and Lung Remedies!" of which Mrs. Julia Ryder Paine, Truro, Mass., says: "it never fails to :;ive immediate relief and to quickly cure a cough or cold." Mrs. Paine's opinion is shared by a majority of the inhabitants of this country. New Discovery cures weak lungs and sore throats after all other remedies have failed ; and for coughs and colds it's the only sure cure. Guar anteed by Wm. Kipp's Sons, druggists. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Don't fail to visit our store dur ing our Mid-Winter Clearance an Jonn & Stetson Hats. The Progress, Greenville, 0. t&.Two good papers for price of nn clubbing Hat. FASHIONS IN There is positive economy in j the prevalent use of sheer ma terials for evening wear, as they will (if well-made) be fashion able next summer, provided no radical changes take place. Then , too, many thin fabrics are so reasonable in price, commencing at 50 cents, although a really good quality net is $1.00 per yard. Brussels net is a good in vestment either white, black or colored, the skirt trimmed with ruffles of the same, put on in points or scallops, the waist , round and full, with or without a bertha. Satin ribbon in grad uated widths is a simple and in expensive trimming. Ribbons are used to an unlim- ited extent made into imitation roses, violets, and other flowers, usually with hanging ends when used on a bertha or over the shoulders of an evening dress. They are also a valuable jiid in concocting fancy jumper waists, bretelles, or Etons, and not un f requently entire gowns are of lace and ribbon. Some writers The above design is by the MoCall Co. Manufacturers of call the jumper an ' 'over-blouse, ' ' which is to some extent correct as it requires two waistb to make up the jumper. Beyond a doubt, this will be the leading styrle for spring, therefore time and ma terial now expended will not be thrown away. , Fancy work was never more productive of artistic results. Embroidery, braiding, chain stitching, or applique work are all represented on scarfs for evening wear, either at parties, the theatre 'or home wear. They are of chiffon, lace or Brussels net, sometimes with a combina tion of very fine drawn work. Any skillful needlewoman can make a handsome one at home with comparatively little expense They should be about three yards long, and eighteen inches wide. Fancy white silk braid, put on in a pattern on Brussels net, makes a very pretty scarf. Braiding in gilt on chiffon is easily done or chiffon appliques in exquisite colorings may be had1 Gettysburg. Harry G. Smith and wife of Greenville were visitors among us, and while here sold his house and lot in Horner's addition to B. F. Coppock for. $850. , The wife of David Miller, liv-j ing north of our village about 2 miles, died suddenly last Satur day morning. Burial today. The new year has been marked with very moderate weather, and plenty of rain. This morning the mercury showed a tempera ture of 54 'degrees and honey bees were observed flying about. This is surely unusual for this 9474 irVo0o0XVaV.V'' NEW YORK by the yard, and taken apart, and tastefully grouped at the end of a chiffon scarf is the "top notch" of style. Real lace is of course first choice, but those are beyond the means of most wo men. , Ruffs of lace, maline, or malinette are an attractive sub stitute for the genuine article, and plaited silk edged by fur (with lace beneath) is also iri vogue. 1 Fur is nowso generally worn that no woman feels that her dress is complete without a hand- some set or at least some fur trimming. Sable makes a hand some edere. chinchilla sets off gowns of neutral tint, and broad tail, braided with soutache and gold threads, is an elegant gar niture for velvet gowns. Fur toques, with a single, large rose, are very stylish, and just now, furs are an interesting question, not only from the severity of the winter, but C. C. Shayne's Jan uary reductions enables one to purchase at a great advantage, particularly as the reliability of of New York, Fashion Publishers aud McCall Patterns. this house is beyond all question Fans are of all sizes and tex tures, the Empire fan keeping pace with the Empire styles in gowns or wraps. Some fans are merely spangled, others are or nate and costly. Lace fans (me dium-sized) with mother-of-pear sticks are pre-eminent, next comes the lace border, with hand painted figures below. Others show figures and spangles on chiffon in great variety. Ostrich feather fans are not very large which of course reduces their cost The rage for low-necked dress' es, naturally brings the necklace into especial prominence. Be sides the dog-collar, which is an essential to those no longer young beautiful necklaces are a net 0: gold wires, with pendants of va riously colored stones, several different ones being put together, A particularly fine necklace had a precious stone, at eich infer section of the wires. Verona Clarke. time of year. There is consid erable of colds and catarrhal af fections, doubtless due to the weather conditions. Revival meeting will begin in our Methodist church next,We4 nesday evening, and continue in definitely. ' ' Our young people will give an entertainment next Thursday ev- ening in.our Town Hall.. On next Saturday and Sunday the second quarterly meeting will be held in our Methodist church. Rev.' Havighort, presiding elder, will be present to preach on Sat- i .. ! i ' n I uraay evening ana again onoun- day morning. At the, latter ser vice the sacrament of the Lord's Supper will te duly celebrated. The presiding elder is an excel lent talker, and everybody will want to hear him. . On last Monday night we had a New 'Year's Eve devoid he us ual history of the time. Noth ing was molested and no-annoy ance of any kind committed, for all of which the commendation of our people is gratefully ex tended. May this record never be broken, but ever maintained, and the good people will say, Well done! Jan. 7. XOB OASTOllIA. Bun th ) m m mil naw Always Boapi Great re-modeling and mid winter Clearance Sale of Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits and Overcoats now going on at The Progress, Broadway, opposite Court House, Greenville, Ohio. Franklin Township. Aaron Newcomer has purch ased Abe Neff 's buggy arid im plement store in Greenville and expects to locate there soon. We are informed Mr. Neff intends to move on his farm north of Green ville. H. E. Rench, the No. 10 school teacher, is on the sick list. Miss Laura Yount is acting as substi tute teacher. At a business meeting on last Tuesday our Township Trustees divided this township into three road districts a north, a middle and a south district, each being 2 by 4 miles. Ira Kreider was appointed superintendent of the north district, . D. W. Kreider of the middle, and Sylvester Shuff of the south. All road tax shall be paid to, the County Treasurer hereafter. Russell Kreider was re-appointed as health officer. Hanford ' Honeyman has pur chased a four-acre tract oi Sarah Oldham for $1300, formerly own ed by George'Yount. Mr. Hon eyman expects to build an up-to- date residence thereon next spring, to be occupied by his son Forest, ,who, with his new bride, is spending the winter in south ern California. The protracted meeting in the new Painter Creek church, con ducted by Rev. Zollers, is being well attended. Rev. Zollers spent three years with a whaling crew, crossed the equator six times, dairtiled Cape Horn twice, and made two trips to the Arctic re gions, having been as far north as 73J degrees. He also served as a Union soldier in ie Civil war. He has ,a fine education and is a very interesting talker. E. E. Beck of Greenville was the guest of Martin Oswalt Sun day. Hugh Marker will move upon his newly purchased farm, near Delisle, next spring. Jaii. 7. ' Franklin, Female Complaints Are treated by Dr. Kutcbin with the new aud painless remedies, which sub due and sooth the inflammation instead ol iucrttasing it by caustics and such barbarous, inhuman, unnatural and usually injurious applications. The bearing-down pains, backache, spinal weakness, irritability, despondency, pain in tbe top of the head, nervous- ness, soreness and bloating of the ab domeu, and the general debility which accompanies these symptoms, all point to uterine disease, and should receive prompt and proper treatment. His success has been very marked in the treatment of diseases peculiar to worn en and girls.' Over two-thirds of his patients are ladies. Old. young, mar ried and single consult him on matters peculiar to their sex, however delicate, in. perfect confidence. CooBultation, examination and ad vice free. Dr. Kutchin's next visit to Greenville, O., will be on Thursday, JanUary 17, at the Turpen House. . Big reductions on Shirts, Sweat- era, gloves, ,Ties, &c. , at The Progress, ' Greenville, O. Tbe Journal and ' CiuciouaM Poti - .... ao'Rn " The American Boy A Profmely Illustrated Monthly for BOYS. Without Question the Most Enter, taining and Practical Magazine in the World for Young Americans. CODERS IN COLORS. 36 Pago, tlu Lsdiu' Hxt octmof. Serial and Short Stories by Strate meyer, Tomlinson, Trowbridge, Mun roe, Shute and others, the best writers (or boys in the world. ' Departments relating to all Boy Hobbies, edited by experts. It preaches the religion of "DO, and not that of "DON'T." . . Is doing more for the Uplift ana Encouragement of Boys than any other Approved by parents and educa tors. Boys (250,000 of them) every where enthusiastic for k. The subscription price of The American Boy is $1.00 per year. The American Boy (1 year) 81.00 Greenville Journal (1 year) - 1 00 Total - - f2.00 BOTH FOR $1.50 Aildrea the journal. A Great Combination Offer We will furnish ibe iesue The St. Louis AND Greenville Journal Both Papers One Year, only $1.60. E. C. OTWELL, Greenville, Ohio. Consult Dr. Adair Tbe Eminent Hew York Specialist, ii Chronic, Nervous and Private Dis eases of Both Seies. MEN AND WOMEN If yoiii'CKe In curablp lie will ho Inform you. If lucuratile he will make uo promis es Which lie cxunul fulfill. He liolilH your seoretH la cacred couflileuce mini eveiy per son trrntliiK Willi him U fully protecUd train eiuburrtissiiieul. HE TREATS Chionlo ousps onli, such an Stomach, I.lver, Bowel, H.jctuiu, UouNtlpallon . Uinrrlioea, Dyapepxia, etc. filed cured without tbe uxe of knife, caUKllo or injectlou. lull aud In vestigate. V VARICOCELE Is an unhealthy Male of the spermatic ci rd and veins of the mtoIIui or bate. It l.s unused through self-Hbuse, excesses, severe HI ml nc. Mows, falls Hiid .omttlmes bicycle riding. It ocuurh generally lu i he young and mostly in the left Ride. 'Hie whole ve'u In old ens j es Is kiiolly.cordtd ami enlarged, buliilnti out In places Into 111 lie pouches, lilving the vessel when lull of blood a knotty ap pearance. The riiseiire com. son slowly with heavy aching pai!i,HoiiietimesexleudlDB up ;he cord lo t he eroiu and back. The bag feels as It tilled with a bunch ol angle woims. If neglected the testicles will be ruined and the whole sexual aud nervous system cap ped aiul linpo'ence follow, Do'uot delay. Consult Dr. Adair at once. His treatment restores the testicles lo a ht althy condition. Every trace of varicocele disappears, never to return.. STRICTURE It matters uot how Ionic yon hove suffered fr.iin stricture, r how many ill tit rem doc tors and corresponding Mushroom Mrdlcel Institutes have failed in jour case, he will cure you Just as certain as jon go to him. He will do no cuttiug or dilating. His meth od is bl'odless, painless, safe and sure, cures while you sleep. UNNATURAL DISCHAR6E8 Unnatural discharges, whether recent or enrome, uoihi rnea, uieei, r-iriciure, in flammation of the bladder aud prostate, ol enitis, hydrocele aud varicocele in all their stages, foiuisanu com plications, cured quick ly, permanently and without hindrance to pusluess by remedies tested In many years III r. i:i. i 11 . BLOOD POISON The terrible poison of Syphilis, or loath some blood and skin diseases with follow ing symytorns: Falling ol the hair, sore throat, swollen and suppurating glands, e ruplions, postulesand ulcers of the skin. silliness oi joints, destruction oi nones o the nose, with offensive discharges fioin the nostrils, forever driven from the system without the use of Injurious medicines. Re member that this horrible disease. If neg lected or Improperly treated , curses the pre sent and comluggentratlon. WOMEN All chronic diseases ol women successful ly treated. No unnecessary exposure, ex amination or embarassment. Consult him before you consent to that operation. If you are losing tlesh, gelling weak, feel tired aud gloomy, don't give up all hope, but go aud r...a HOIatJlr nitltn. i.lall. 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