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iiCiiii. j 3 1 I tefo as Well ii.Meihlk.6 miserable by Kidney and Bladder Trouble. Kidnev trouble disconragesandlessensambition; beauty! vigor anu cheerful ness soon disappear wnen the kidneys are ' out of order or dis eased. Kidney trouble has become so prevalent that it is not uncom mon for a child to be l)orn afflicted with weak kidnevs. If the child urinates toooften, if the urine scalds the flesh, or if, when the child reaches an age when it should le able to control the passage, it is yet afflicted with bed-wet ting, depend uon it, tliecauseoi the diffi culty is kidney trouble, aud the first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs. This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder aud not to a kuhit as most people suppose. Women as well as men are made miser able with kidney and bladder trouble, and both need the same great remedy. The mild and the immediate effect of wartp-Root j8 soon realized. It is sold by druggists, in fifty- cent and one-dollar a" size bottles. You ma v I : have a sample bottle by mail free, also a Boa of swamp-Boot pamphlet telling all about Swamp-Rr ot, including many of the thousands of testi monial letters received from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., be sure an4 mention this .paper. Don't make any mistake, but remember the name, Swamp-Root, Dc. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ad dress, Binghamton, N. Y., on every bottle. The Greenyille Journal. HOME PHOMKH44 THURSDAY, JAN. 10, 1907. CJITY NEWS. Miss Iliah Moats visited in Pi qua last week. Miss Irma Horn was a Dayton visitor Monday. Joe Hamiel of Columbus was in this city Monday. Miss Hazel Limbert left last Monday to attend college in the ' east. Eugene Jobes of Columbus vis ited relatives here the first of the week. Frank Culbertson and wife of Chicago visited relatives here this week. .' D. 0. Christopher . and wife went to Cincinnati Monday on a short' visit. " '" '". J. M. Pearson and wife of Pe tosky, Michigan, are here on a visit to relatives. v Miss Ida Irwin was the guest of Miss Nellie McFarland, Dawn, "". several days last week. Breaden Conkling left Friday for Atlanta, Ga., to spend the remaining winter months. Rev. L. E. Smith, the new pas tor of the Baptist church, has .. moved his family to this city the past week. .- Mrs. Charles Lanters, aged 26 years, died of lung trouble last Saturday at their home in Wash ington township. Misses HelenLampe and Madge Miesse delightfully entertained friends at the home of the form er Friday evening. S. P. Powell and wife returned Saturday evening from a pleas ant visit with friends and rela tives at Springfield, 0. H " Mrs. L. L. Little and baby dau ghter returned to Dayton the first of the week, after a few days' visit here with relatives. Rev. Leon P. Jones of Fulton, New York, the new yniversalist pastor, is locating here, and reg .ular services will be held at this church every Sunday, morning and evening. That's the house the Doctor built, The biggest house you" see ; Thank goodness he don't get our money, ' For we take Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. Wm. Kipp's Sons. V Mrs. William Pentz, aged 67 years, died at her home m Wea "ver Station last Sunday, after an illness of several years' duration. Funeral services were held yes- terdav from the family residence. , 1 Her husband arid several grown" .. - " 1 i i P. C. Isenhart has been ap pointed assessor in First Ward to fill vacancy caused by death of Gus Rothhaas, and Karl Deub ner in Third Ward vice George Shumaker, deceased. On January 2 Miss Lillian Bun ger and Frank Bonnewitz, both of Van Wert were united in mar riage. The bride formerly re sided in this city, where she has many friends, who wish them well. Builds up waste tissue, pro motes appetite, improves diges tion, induces refreshing sleep, gives renewed strength and health. That's what Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea does. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Wm. Kipp's Sons. Ahijah Cox died at his home in Arcanum at an early hour last Thursday morning, after several months' illness of a complication of diseases, aged 59 years. Fu neral services took place from the U. B. church Saturday after noon, interment at Abbottsville. The Journal's roll of honor for the past week consists of the fol lowing named patrons: Joseph Cole, Henry Cole, W. S. Cole, Mrs. Druley. John R. Cole, Jonathan Wenrick, David Trowbridge, W. B. Harter, W. H. Martin, G. H. Wampler. Possesses wonderful medicinal power over the human body, re moving all disorders from your system, is what Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea will do. Makes you wen, Keeps you weu. so cents, Tea or Tablets. Wm. Kipp's Sons. At the close of last year the County Commissioners created the office of General Nightwatch at the Court House and appoint ed Elmer Studabaker to the po sition, beginning January 1st. But he didn't assume his duties for the very good reason that Prosecutor Yount took a hand in the business and instituted in junction proceedings in Judge Allread's court against the Com missioners, on the ground that it would be a needless and unnec essary expenditure of the public funds, it having been agreed to pay Studabaker $14 a week for his services. Judge Allread al- owed a temporary injunction, un til the case could be tried on its merits. Prosecutor Yount is be ing congratulated and sustained by the. people generally for his action in this matter, as the ma jority of citizens, both Republi cans and Democrats, consider it a useless and foolish expenditure of money and think the office was created more for the purpose of affording a soft snap for a party worker than anything else. The outcome of this case will be eag erly looked for, especially by the taxpayers of the county. A Wonderful Happening:. Port Byron, N. Y., has witnes sed one of the most remarkable cases of healing ever recorded. Amos F. King, of that place says: "Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured a sore on my leg with which I had suffered over 80 years. I am now eiehtyfive." Guaranteed to cure all sores, by Wm. Kipp's Sons, druggists. 25c. . FOR SALE Four forms in Ger man township; 40 and 120 acres, 1 mile west of Baker Store, on Palestine pike; 159 and 156 acres. 1 miles west of Nashville, on Cable pike; 'all fine to bacco land, well -tiled; good buildings, fine timber. Inquire at Garst resid ence, 205 North ' Broadway, Green ville. O. Home phone 386. 26-tf Men's and Young Men's Suits and Overcoats reduced one-fourth during: our big sale. , - The Progress, 26w2 . - Greenville, Ohio. COURT HOUSE NEWS. PROBATE COURT. Final account filed in guardian ship of Blanche May Bertram. Petition to sell real estate filed in estate of Mack McCabe. . . Second account filed in estate of Joseph Beam. Last will of Rhoda Byard was admitted to probate and record. Widower elected to take under said will. State of Ohio vs Benj. Crick. Plea of guilty entered to charge of petit larceny ; fine of $15 and costs assessed ; same paid. Last will of Ahijah Cox was admitted to probate and record ; citation to elect issued to widow. Ezra H. and Dorsey E. Cox were appointed executors under said will. Bond $2000. Order to sell personal property at private sale issued in estate of Charles F. Raiser. Report of sale of personal pro perty filed in estate of Manila Michael. Ezra K. Gibboney was appoin ted guardian of Irwin L. Gibbo ney. Bond $800. State of Ohio vs Mary E. Gav- itt. Abandonment of child; plea of guilty entered ; fine of $50 and costs assessed and sentenced to 30 days in Dayton Workhouse, to remain until fine and costs are paid. In the matter of Opal Gavitt, a neglected child. Ordered tak en to Children's Home. Report of sale of personal pro perty at private sale filed in es tate of Job DeCamp. Order to sell real estate at pri vate sale issued in estate of Hen. ry S. Detling.. MARRIAGE LICENSES. Frederick Miller, 26, tinner, and Mary Herring, 22, both of Greenville. Edward Patterson, 25, laborer, Washington township, and Lillie Lawrence, 25, Greenville. Wm. North, 29, farmer, Mon roe township, and Jennie Waga man, 16, Pittsburg. George J. Grant, 22, mechanic, Richmond, Ind. , and Pearl Kersh- ner, 19, Greenville township. Alva Boyer, 27, farmer, and Sallie Hoke, 26, both of Richland township. Milford B. Hipsher, 32, farm er, Albany, Ind., and Lizzie J. Childers, 23, Allen township. Arthur R. King, 25, railway mail clerk, Greenville, and Blanch Opal Sinks, 19, Palestine. Albert J. Bey, 24, farmer, York township, and Margaret May George, 20, Wayne township. O. F. Class, 22, farmer, Miami county, and Opal Kench, 18, Franklin township. John T. Ferron, 24, civil engi- n m A ' -wr 1 Tl J. neer, Montvaie, va., ana asia May Hartle, 21, Richland towr ship. COMMON PLEAS COURT. NEW CASES. 18347-State of Ohio ex rel. Prosecuting Attorney vs County Commissioners; to enjoin em ployment of Elmer Studabaker as extra nicrhtwatch at Court House. 18348-Dayton & Union R'y Co. vsP., C, C. & St. L. R'y Co.; injunction. 18349-L. C. Price vs J. A. Spencer ; appeal from docket of Squire Brandon. 18350 Andrew J. Flurkey vs Wm. E. Flurkey et al; for equit able relief. 18351 -The Russell Co. vs C. L. Gunckel; for $105.18. 18352 John Bixler vs F. M. Delk and The Cardington "D" Handle Co. ; to dissolve partner ship, appointment of a receiver and equitable relief. 18353 Elsie Resor vs Hershel Resor ; for divorce. : - I : " ' : COMMON PLEAS DECISIONS. Wilson Jennings et al vs John P. Meeker j Treasurer. Court finds that said improvement is neces sary and that said plaintiffs pay $100 as their apportionment on the improvement -" H.HDavis vs Preston Brad shaw. Judgment for plaintiff a gainst defendant for $221.56 on a promissory note. George . Detling vs William Detling et al. Cause settled andfendant and bring him into court dismissed at cost of defendant Jno. Garrison vs Elizabeth Rose et al. Title quieted in favor of plaintiff. James B. Campbell, adminis trator of Peter Engle, vs Peter Rynearson et al. Described mort gage to be cancelled. Homer Spaulding, etc., vs Levi Boyer. Motion for new trial ov erruled; plaintiff to recover $25 from defendant. Minnie Wolf vs II. R. Mikesell, administrator. Trial to jury; finding in favor of plaintiff and $520 assessed as the amount due plaintiff from defendant. The Lamb Fence Co. vs M. C. Schlechty. Finding for plaintiff and that defendant is indebted to plaintiff in sum of $112.56. Ed Garvey vs JohnE. Leighey. Trial to jury; finding in favor of plaintiff for $1000 as damages. First National Bank of Arcan um vs Susannah Fourman et al. Motion of defendant I. H. Hawes to strike out answer and cross- petition of Susannah Fourman overruled ; leave given said I. H. Hawes until January 8 to file answer to said cross-petition. The Knapp Supply Co. vs H. B. Fourman et al. Plaintiff to give security for costs by Janu ary 8. Benj. Brown vs H. M. Dersh- i i i i em, guardian, et ai. oase nav ing been compromised, cause is dismissed. J. A. Kerr vs B. F. Berkheim- er. uemurrers to amenaea peti tion of plaintiff overruled ; leave given defendant to answer by January 14. J. F. Kyle vs C. N. R'y Co. Cause dismissed by plaintiff. Hattie A. Binkley vs John P. Binkley. Sheriff to arrest de- PH V EX. U. S. EXAMINING SURGEON, .Lata af Chicane. IreaiMt Llvln'n 'Specialist for the Treatment and Cur- vf r. Long-Staitami and uimcuit unranic and Nervous System. Contulting Will, by apeoial requeat, meet hi lor me next year, ana examine ut Th. notd Author and Madicftl Lecturer, and artmteit liviiur SpecUI lit tor the Treatment tod Core of difficult Chronic Dleeuee, hH contented to vlilt tbie County end meet hie minr nttlente and friendi. end gire ALL A riiiuTKuan oppor tunity to coniult him rm mlt tkvte and secure the lateit and beet treatment (or men diaeatee ae the regular family phyeiclan ii not prepared to treat. 5 n CHRONIC ,. n... mm ante ilwuM. dieeaeea Caere Itoo up by othor doctore and pronounced incurable, be wui deairei tu jee. Or. HaitrblB hai treated oer 1S.OOO caeee in Ohio in the last two years, many of which had been Kiten up at lewantble, eome to be Blind, othere Deaf, and a Large Number to be Invalid. . . u.... i u . . H niani u ro. nn thi hiffh mad to Health. for Life. now mj oot . ' ' v. - all hrnnin liiMaaea The Doctor bladder, skin, inrain ana nervous system, Snirits. Diseases of Children. Hereditary raraiysis. neuralgia, bumulh, vi". Dropsy, it surrounded with' a fine collection of instruments for examining and treating asee of the Head. Face, Bye, Jfiar, Throat. Heart, Lungt, Stomach, Liver, Kidneys, mud ehraeilc ellaettaee. All surgical operations periormea. EXAMINATIONS FREE TO ALL. Whenever It is known that Dr. Kutrhln lis stopping at a place, erowdl father to coaU ma-, ana it w not to ' - disease he never asas a quesuon, um u.bi:i h. .us uiu.i.u, ............... ........ themselves. It is a wMdertnl lft for anyone to possess, and Br. Hatebla'e diagnostic powers have createa wonuer turoiiguout nie couun,. , .... . He adopted Ithe following plan, which is peculiar to the large hospitals, and Is not and never has been the practice of country doctors, vit : he carefully notes the synitoms of the patient, and ascertains the condition of the internal organs, all of which he carefully records iu hi register for future reference. In this way he ascertains the true nature of the disease and its cause. When sick people consult him he readily tells them whether be can cure or help tliem, or whether they are beyond hope. MIS IMPROVED METHODS OF TREATMENT. a .im ,a .i....nt : aires nerfectlr with strength; can be used while at work, and ossiule time, ratienu cau cuaiuu mwu, ?.ViV. th. hnl. lime reouired for the cure, nhim. thu. rendering tne treatment as living next door to eaca atner. MANHOOD PERFECTLY RESTORED. Oalck. painless land certain cure for lmpotency, Lost Manhood, Spermatorrhoea, Losses, aVness and Nervous Debility, also for Prostatis, Varicocele, and all private diseases, whether Weak thi seiialifunctions. speedily and permanently cured. Coss.iiltaUoB free and atrlrtly . 1 . kAK,- a. .nillh n. a.TII.I HIIIMRfl. in niKlUre UT .111 VKIIBV UOUIM1BIP. minneUBtlstl. Absolut, cures guaranteed fk niccasria i.k .. k... h.flled the ekillof other physicians aud remedies. Dr. Knit-bin quickly cures n.nn.r. Tiiiun. Fibroid and rolybroid. cutting, no pain, no danger, A LIFE OF ....,r.B. Vhlch fall to the lot of but few I m.. nA. h.. had a.aale life of rkele life of ntudy end experience in t . i... t h.t r..l Aft.. .tt.nH ino iliia Fill hla .fnce attended other Colleges, and several times reviewed the whole profession; has also traveled eXensively for thepurpose of Improvement, having visited the best . Medical College., . . . . . : . i. .u. .1... with the nltrheet Hospitals, liispensanee, yi ;'i iuuS i....iini theuiands of miles, both uy lana im,...i;...r. advantaae within his command, and devoting the best ineusauu. ui uy.u vr thorouahlr familiar with his profession in all advantage wunin nis conioiauu, wuinivuui LATEST DISCOVERIES Dr. Kateala has received the most approved Instruction in Analytical and Microscopical ..n.in.tinn. of the Blood, trine, etc., wnicn diavnoais in many disease., mere are many aiagnosi. iu . "7,i,., ..Mm liuZt mith 'ZZ iiihriittm. mwUiowM to call at one. and learn their true condition, and whether the doors of FACTS FOR MEN OF ALL ACES. lie raaaan of sale afMMleetT the youth of our land are kept in ignorance of th ruinous .i;.TkT.h .Ti7n aniltarv Inditcreet practices 'produce. These yicee when persisted In evenWally undermine Ith. constitution inducing nerToiw debility and prematuredecay. Dr. Vrmlmhu loTiiDT years enjoyed the distinction of being the aaaet eaeeeeafnj aaj Mlcbratea'ee-eHelTTf for the treatment and cure or tneae auections. sou uiay couauu uim .iii.ni.iM rw-.-"-""-- ... 1 .(:.. .1. . . .!:,, m.nklnil th.r. la arnhahlv none abont with complete eonnaenc. yi an in. "'"'" w.hieD enyeicians in l"""1"' fw"' DELAY IS skillful hand, irejea srairteel UVskuS rZi nniV, vol no .i.to.. EMWPfjf r n wwuyiiepiii ..e- fuu onue w.nc rVrmTm7 v " "T ' ' 1 .J inlHmta r,mnnnnfia. ahnilld nail and IM the Doctor. monin aiiar montu. V"y""A-Lr"J.Z7Z.f, wieri ssaa ana correeponueiico uu n.. . r - . , SUtM Corripondeuc. with invalids aollolted. All letters with stamp, .noloaed answered free. Oa I and bVamiAeu and at leant learn tb. csuae of your diseM,and if it can be cured. Tape. "'u-.-three to Av. hours without starvation. Tb rmUa for th. whole qqH0 j Sfft4HaTaaWUv KM -iae Haaieawetiaairaan CBSmiATUft, EXHEINATION TIJRPBN HOUSE, GREENVILLE, OHIO r:.T7J7l taaantare furnisheaifrom tbaOfflceor at th Institute, all at one or by th. month to answer to the charge of con tempt Jacob R. Stocker vs Martin Tillman et al. Motion by D. & U. R'y Co. to strike out sustain ed, said railway company grant ed until January 10 to plead fur ther. REGISTER OF DEEDS. Oliver Whallon, executor, to W. K. Bookwalter, lot in Green ville, $1500. J. R. Pence to E. C. K ester, 5 acres in Greenville tp., $1300. Elizabeth Nickol et al to Hen ry Shellhouse, two lots in Ver sailles, $350. J. B. Maher to H. D. Curtis, lot in Greenville, $300. Catharine D. Kester to Bertha K. Wulff, lot in Arcanum. $3600. C. M. Anderson to J. W. Hor- lacher, small tract in Greenville, $10. NiH & Myers to C. L. Ingle, lot in Bradford, $40. Heirs of John Kelly to Edward Kelly, 30 acres in Jackson town ship, $8400. Anna C. Baughman to W. H. Baughman, small tract in Brown township, $400. W. H. Baughman to Anna C. Baughman, small tract in Brown township, $400. John Gilfillan to Sarah E. Ri ley, lot in Fort Jefferson, $950. Cora A. Wolf to V. S. Marker, lot in Greenville, $1500. Forest Crumrine to Mary M. Rohr, lot in Greenville, $1400. William Deubner to Anna M. Freund et al, 220 acres in Green ville township and two lots in Greenville, $1, etc. Anna M. Freund et al to Wm. Deubner, 128 acres in Greenville township and two lots in Green ville, $1, etc. JIC1AN8. k . uiseasea ana uiseases ui un l,jj Surgeon at Maplewood Sanitarium. many patient in thie county every month j anucieu mi wiuu uiuue, vwiuuiuuu, w. Dr. Kutchiu will to visit this bounty evei month, tl.u uwiighit patients tbtt tioublt mid expeiiHU of vittitin tue city. And t e in t Si only physician in t hi County who carries hit own Diagram to illuu trate ami make plum to all atllh'tetl t tits eaum' and natureuf their 4i eatteii. lie prompii visit! this town ver four wttttkB and will . rontinuw as lung k God spare blm tu th afflicted. 4 DISEASES. but makee a itwcialty of chronic aud long-standing '. . : ' " . , uancers. minora, rutia, owvuiuks, vm nurw, rue. Uout, dick tieaaacne, ifepmiy, iiepressioii Diseases, etc., ana, in iaci, sua wug-siauuiui v.., - - v . ' . r ., ' " "'"riV.-.i, KS";.: the most delicate Lady or Child ; do not reduce give tne greatest possiuie neneni iu suoriesi v.. ...... .- -- - "V . without regard to where they may. be, and without euccv..iui uu ...iv.v.7 " in cases curanir. no risg incurrea. ;- or women. urowtns cureu wimoui tue use 01 tue auue. r EXPERIENCE istudy and experience in bis profession,! and enjoys After attending hie Full Courses iu the Medical BanMnvM. h. wA.tini content to .ton mere. DUI honors, he was not content to stop there, but and other Medical and Surgical Institutions anu sea; eiresiias """ ' -' - -- - years of his life to become .asanas ei aoiiare i its branches. AND IMPROVEMENTS. are now consiuernu iuui.ju.iui. tun uui.Byri wuivm ,Mj.iv,.. . .. j. .. wlih naceanarv and coat I v outfit to examine Hope are yet open, or iorav.r ciosea agaiBai lu.m - DANGEROUS. I WI.ITl ; skillful The prent i. Sun the future may belTao Lata. -- ------ 7 -- - j - fi rT i i. Mrt th. Ilnl.d j - -y . e AND ADVICE FREE TO ALL AT THE , Jan. 17. ill is i J.-B. Deeterto-C. M; town send, 1 acre in Greenville town ship, $250. M. J. and E. Martin to City of Greenville, 1 acres in Greenville township, $300. Henry Rehmert to D. Kester, small traet and lot in Pikeville, $000. A. H. Sipple to Bethel Charge of the Reformed Church, lot in Greenville, $50. Jos. Weissman to J. A. Berg man, 80 acres in Patterson town ship, $0000. Elias F. Stauffer to Abraham Arnett, 43J acres in Monroe tp., $0000. Elias F. Stauffer to Charles A. Arnett, 43J acres in Monroe tp., $0000. R. E. Howser to John and G. Deweese, third interest in 5J ac res in Yorkshire, $5000. SHIP YOUR C. A. FOSTER PITTSBURG, PA. Who can always find a good narket for you. We see every car received and tell It on its merits. Prompt returns with statement and check In full for every shipment. I solicit your cash quotations. Member Pittsburg Oram & Flour Exchange. Grain Dealers Na tlmul Association and National Hay Associa tion. References Colonial Trust Co., or any oilier Pittsburg bank or coaunercial agency. LIBERAL ADVANCE) ON CONSIGNMENTS Had You Planned to do Any Papering? Well, by far the most particular part of all your plans is to make sure that the right paper goea on the walls. The cost of the paper is worth con sidering but style, newness, suit ability is your main lookout. For it is quite possible for you to pay us 5c a .roll and get new de signs, while at other places you may pay as high as 40c a roll, and still have . patterns away behind the times. The hint should be plain enough. We've a whole NEW stock to show you a bright, dependable lot of paper. Wall paper that you can buy from in safety without knowing anything at all about , Wall Paper quality. . We are really anxious to have you see it, for we feel that we can make it profitable for you to do your buying here. Wm. Kipp's Sods, Druggists. On the Square HENRY M. COLE, Attorney at Law. Office In Allen Block, upstairs, oppoaltt Second Nslional Bank. KIRK HOFFMAN. A tioriipy-8iLw. All bUHlneFs confided to mycarewlllre oelve prompt attention. DKKIl.'E. Room 2. Weaver Block. B'dwaj Dr. Louis H. Landman WALLACE HOUSE 13 V.HT FIITH MTKKKT. Thursday, Jan. 24. John F. Fox, Attorney at Law. Room 4, Weaver Bullnlug Al loudness promptly attended to. LKUAL Notice to Teachers. rflHE reeular meellnua tor tne eianiloa A. tion ot applicants (or teachers' oerllfl- oatea will oe neiu in ine weaiBcnoni duiiu- lug iu Greenville, OUlo.on tne HrslBaturda of each month. The PHtterHon elimination, will be hell on the third Saturday of April. and on thi second Saturday 01 may. J.ALVKRTON CKOWELL, Clerk. u. 11. uahkiw, rrea.. J. H. BKOWUKIt, vice rrea. Board of Examiners. 8ept.l.m;i)yrl Notice to Stockholders. THE Stool, holder of The Oreeu ville Home Telephone i oniPHtiy are hereby uotl fled to meet at the omres of the Telephone Company In the clly or ureenviue,nnio, on Tuesday, January . 1IM7. at 10 o'clock a m , for the purpose of elect Inn Nine 0) Direcors for ensuing year. J. A. RIEs, Pres. W. D. Rl7HH.8eo'y. Dec. 1.1, 19ti6ws HOLLISTER'S Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets a. Baa; Mediotne for Buy Peopi. Briugi Golden Health and Renewed Vigor. A RDBCiflc for CoustiiiHtkin, Indirection, Live ina iLiiinfy TrounieK, ritupies. rx'zetn i, iinpu jttood. Bail Breath, Hluirirish llowf l. It 'a lac' ind backaohe. It's Rockv Mountain Tea in a et form. 8S cents a box. Genuine made b SoLLtaian Unuo C'iikpany, Madison, Wis. tOLOEN NUGCiETS FOR SALLOW PE0"' GEO. A. JOBES, Attorney at Lw Suite 5 New Anderson Block, Phone 353. Greenville. O See Clubbing List. Every Family In Darke County should be well supplied with good, interesting and instruc tive reading:. Just what you want is the Green ville Journal, which will be sent to any address in the county for $1.00 per year; six months for 60 cents; out of the county for $1.16. Did you ever stop to think that in one year the Journal furnish es two thousand, nine hundred and twelve col umns of reading matter? And all for only $1.00 less than two cents per week! Come in and give us your subscription, and if you have a friend living a at a distance who would appreciate the news from old Darke, you couldn't do a better act than to make him a present of the Journal for one year Friends, give this matter a careful thought. tir Nb subscriptions taken unless accompan ied with the cash. We will pay $5 Cash to any per son who will get Fifteen yearly subscribers for The Journal, with the cash. You can work in any part of the county or city, or outside of the city. The price is $1 per. year in county, and $1.15 out side the county, For further in formation, sam ples, etc., write or call at this office. 3 .'l A Special Offer -A . ' children survive ner.