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CHAS. M. MEAGHAM,
attb Ropklnirvllla FostoOlce m Second
Claaa Mall Matter.
'mm YEAR $2.00
JK MONTHS 1.00
THREE MONTHS 50
JINGLE COPIES 5c
ArfvftrtlalnglRates ton Applications
US 80UTK MAIN STREET.
At Yonkers, N. Y., a do? was
ojblppd by parcels post. It was
crted and sent out on a rural route.
Xove Copeland, aged IS, shot and
jdlled Harry Walton, aged 45, at
.Benton, while playing with a 22 rifle.
David Bogard, of Calloway county.
killed by the accidental dis
cbarge of his rifle. He leaves a family.
Democrats will oppose President
Taft's plan to appoint Col. Goothals
, Governor of the Canal Zone. They
think the organization of the gov
ernraent of the Zone should be made
by the new President.
For baby's croup, Willie's
jtfuts and bruises, mamma's soro
throat, Grandma's lameness.- Dr.
Nomas' Eclectic Oil the household
remedy. 25c and 50c.
Be sure she is the right girl, then
lose, your head.
Many a girl's ideal is shattered
when he goes broke.
Every silver lining has it's dark
cloud, says a pessimist.
It's easier to pose as a promising
young man than a paying one.
A lazy liver leads to chronic dys
pepsia and constipation, weakens
the whole system. Doan's Regulets
(25c per box) act mildly on the liver
HfS TOMB AMID THE WAVES
mmmmmmmKmmm 1 -1
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WHert Orav la Cvrl by
at Htfh TUh.
'Americans by the thousand visit
Mont St. Miolicl every year, there to
explore the famous old monastery
and feast on the renowned omelettes
of Madamo Poulnrde, nnd most of
them tnrry'un route at St. Malo, the
gay watering plnco on the Brittany
coast, whose grim past is rccajled
by the fortifications by which it is
Chateaubriand, the father of
French romanticism, is buried at St.
Malo, and no true American sight
seer fails to pay n visit to his tomb,
nameless, which, at high tide, is cov
ered by the sea. Now Jules Le
maitxe, in a new work on "the great
egoist, as ho calls Chateaubriand,
tells how tho author bargained witk
the mayor of St. Malo for the grant
of a rock whereon to plant his tomb,
which he stipulated was to be
simple stone with a cross, without
a name, amidst the waves. "He was
bent," says Chateaubriand's latest
biographer, "on astonishing the
world, eved when he could no longer
bo by to enjoy the effect. Therf
was vanity in his very skeleton."
BANQUET TO 13.
Mr. E.C. Radford Celebrated
Advent Of New Year.
Mr. E. C, Radford, the real estate
man, gave a banquet to thirteen of
his friends Wednesday niche, at
Hotel Latham and all had a jolly
John Stites acted as toastmaster
a'nd a number of after-dinner
speeches were made.
Those present were: John Stites,
J. T. Edmunds, S. J. Trimble. R. E.
Cooper, T. P, Johnson, C. O. Wright,
W. T. Tandy, frank Rives, W. N.
Rhode9. OJie Davis, A H. Eckle?,
T. J. McRymids and John Bell.
SJ, H. Dwf tor eontrftcttaff
titilkfring and gmefft) rep$r work of
all kinds. Phon 4H.
5 Per Cent Monty To Leu.
On GoodSouth ChristianLand vfi
J. B. Allensworth, Atty.,
' Office-Phone 267-2 Res. 742.
T. S. Knight S Co.
Rbal Estate,: '" Juoa-s
and Insurarce Oftice
south s i d e Court
OIL AND ACID.
There have been great lovers wb
were not great men, but never a great
man who wa not a great lover.
To make what men call a good sol
dkr means the breaking down for all
time of that which is thrillingly
brave and tender in man.
There is bo much gray sorrow in
the cities; so much unuttered pain
so many lives that seem to mean
nothing to the gods who give life.
Two women there are in every
great man's life.; tho woman who
visioned his greatness in the mother
ing, and tho woman who saw it po
tentially afterward. Will Leving
ton Comfort, in National Magazine.
Insect Bite Costs Leg.
A Boston man lost his leg from
the bite of an insect two years be
fore. To avert such calamities from
stings and bites of insects use Buck
len's Arnica Salve promptly to kill
the poison and prevent inflammation,
swelling and pain. Heals burns,
boils, ulcers, piles, eczema, cuts,
bruises. Only 25 cents at All Drug
gists. ' '
At all drug stores.
Nice Quiet Place.
"Did you find a nice quiet place to
Bpend the season?" "Ycb," replied Mr..
Growcher. "Everybody else In tho
family went away and I stayed home."
ENJOYED HIS SAME QftEATLY
New Yrk Amtiwr1! BlIllnN
Wit WMtl Mff, th toml
Willie ITope, the blond ymmgj
German who wizzes with his cue,!
was practicing in New- York city the
other day against an international;
match in which he is soon to . take
part. Tho captain walked in. The,
captain owns a yacht, a vast amount
of personal scenery, and can poke
the ivories himself.
"It was most convenient," ho ex
plained to his friends. "But I'd,
promised Willie I'd run in and play,
him a game.- Kind of get him on;
edge, you know."
Mr. Iloppe went on thrusting at;
the ivories. Tho captain took the;
center of the stage. He sent a boy;
for his special eight-ounce cue. Ah-
other boy hurried and brought him'
a new hunk of chalk. The captoin!
teok off his tweed topcoat and rolled J
back hia London-made cuffs and;
pinned a nankin over his Pooler
waistcoat and took off his Epata. .Mr.
Hoppe won the break. The captain
begnn chalking hi ce. Now and
then he moved around the table in
Mr. Iloppe'g wake. Tho game was
When Hoppo had rolled up 2O0
points the. captain sent his cue back
to the rack, put on his spats, took the
napkin off his waistcoat, rolled down
his cuffs and had his tweed overcoat
dusted off. When Hoppo ran down
the two hundred and fiftieth point,
the captain shook him solemnly by
"Pve enjoyed my game tremen
dously, old top," said ho. ."Qoodby,
I must hurry back to Trenton."
Itch! Itch! Itch! Scratch! Scratch!
Scratch! The more vou scratch, the
worse the itch. Try Doan's Oint
ment. For eczema, any Bkin itch
ing. 50c a box.
Chinese Business Methods.
Most of the Chinese business
houses are now owned by Dartner-
'ships, and most partnerships are of a
largo number of persons. The Chinese
t who has saved $100 local currency
will at once invest it In a mercantile
business and become a partr-w.
' " at tur rtrnsE oi? business w ' . . ' ;
4 pVc; 31?t,; 1912. -
r assess .is. - - t
, w ...
LWns t . . . . .S422I56L99" :
Stocks at.d Bonds 10610000 t
Banking House -v ..... . 17 OOQ 00
Real Estate for Debt v...r 1300 00
OfSce Furniture and Fixtures. . ;1iH.x 3 000 00
Cash and Exchange for Clearing. &l'. 89'831-24. ,
Sieht Exchange J .,.-:197' 38281 '
$838 964 21
Capital Stock...'. ,$ 60 000 CO
Surplus .: i 100 000,00
Undivided Profits ., 1 580 24
Dividend No. 65 this day-5)i)er cent. . . 3 000 00
Deposits -1? ,"!"662 389. 63
Due Banks , 7 988 34
in a t nutmrr nLiiT
"HONEST GOODS A r HONEST PRICES."
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You must go to a Reliable, Competent and Experienced Dealer.
We make a SDecialty of Fine mid Reliable time-pieces for all pur
poses. Quality Guaranteed Best, prices lowest.
JS. H. SKARRY.
The Peoples' Jeweler and Optician, Watch Inspector L. & N. R'. R
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A pretty love song, sung by DORA RUSSELL of t&
Babes in Toyland Co,
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Copyright, by tfio American Melody Company, New Vork.
Vv. .i Love.