from July 13,1889
Issued Every Saturday
Leslie L. Barton Editor
Cents a Year, In Advance; Published at Falmouth
ENTERPRISE was entered May 11, 1889 at the Post Office
at Falmouth, KY., as second class matter.
blackberries at 5cts a qt.
Culture for Ladies
have been somewhat surprised during my stay in Kansas
City, to see how little interest is taken by the
ladies in physical culture, which in the larger cities
of the east forms such an important part of a girl's
education nowadays. The old idea that a woman is
man's inferior physically, is pretty well exploded
since the proper sort of physical training has been
made available for women. In point of fact, I believe
the reverse is true as far as mere strength of muscle
and limb is concerned. In one of my classes in Boston,
I had a pupil, Miss Amie Le Castron, who, while hardly
able to lift a ten pound dubm bell when she first
began to practice, by constanttraining became able
to handle heavier weights than most men can. In Berlin
another pupil of mine, Miss Bertha Wurtmer, in a
class exhibition carried off the first honors for
all round athletic work, winding up by defeating
seven contestants in a five mile walk. There are
great possibilities for women in such a course of
training. -- Professor in Kansas City Journal.
Substitute for Coffee
Paris correspondent of The Glasgow Mail writes of
the discovery of an extraordinary nature made in
the island of Reunion which threatens to make havoc
in the coffee trade. It is said that a plant called
the wild orange grows on the island. It produces
a fruit which is green at first and afterward bluish,
verging into purple as it ripens. Hitherto the product
of the plant has not attracted any particular notice
in a commercial sense, but it is recently been tested
and found to possess qualities which will render
it an admirable substitute for coffee, the use of
which will place within the reach of those who hitherto
have not been well able to afford the high prices
which in many places are asked for good coffee a
beverage which will be in every way the equal of
the latter. The government of the colony is said
to have the matter in hand, and about 24,000 acres
in the highest portion of the island are now under
cultivation for the growth of the "wild oranges".
Butler Drug Store puts up some of the best summer
drinks agoing. We claim to be a judge of small things,
and the Enterprise pronounces their milk-shakes
and soda water excellent. They are kept very busy
this hot weather.
Electricity, the only catarrh and headache cure.
It cures catarrh, headache, neuralgia, hay fever,
failing eyesight - all aches and pains. Call on or
address G. W. Scott, Butler, Ky.
- James A. Holmes, Chairman; Job C. Kidwell, H. H.
(Last year) - Prof. W. T. Voires, Principal; Miss
Jennie Galbreath, Intermediate; Miss Etta Galbreath,
H. Barker, Judge; R.W. Holland, Attorney; J.D. Logan,
Sheriff; Chas. Lee and Dan Fositt, deputy sheriff;
J.U. Riggle, Treasurer; E.F. Bradford, Snpt. of Pub.
Schools; W.C. Holt, Clerk.; Jas K. Wandelohr, Circuit
Clerk; Jas. M. Adams, Jailer; R.M. Anderson, Coroner;
------ Assessor; Albert Colbert, Surveyor; Dr. Roberts,
Com. of Poor; Geo. F. Henry, Physician; Wm. Ballinger,
Poor House Keeper. Geo. R. Rule, Master Commissioner.
Courts -- Magistrates' Courts are held in March,
June, September and December.
Court meets first Monday in each month.
WANTED - Liberal contracts will be made with responsible
persons in every county in the State to introduce Ridpath's
New Revised and Enlarged United States History.
For full particulars, address the Jones Brothers
Publishing Co., Cincinnati, O.
- Bostwick Lodge, No. 568, holds regular meetings
on Wednesday right on or before every full moon.
Job Kidwell, Master.
LODGE, I.O.O.F., No. 223, meets every Friday night.
D.A. Fossitt, N.G.; A. Ring, V. G.; Chauncy Forward,
LOAN AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION meets every Monday
night of each week. Chas. Ellis, President; H.H.
Hall, Secretary; B.B. Henseley, W.F. Gosney, Chauncey
Forward, James Holmes, J.A. Faris. Fourth and semi-annual
dividend to be declared June 6.
AND SUNDAY SCHOOL -- BUTLER
Rev. Robertson, of the Methodist church, pastor.
Preaching on Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer
meeting every Wednesday night, Sunday School every
Sunday at 3 p.m.
Rev. Burgess, of the Baptist Church, pastor. Preaching
on Saturday night, previous at 7 p.m., and on Sunday
at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer meeting every Friday
night. Sunday school every Sunday, 10 a.m.
Rev. South, of the Christian church, pastor. Preaching
on Saturday night previous at 7 p.m. and on Sunday
at 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer meeting every Thursday
night. Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a.m.
Same as third.
Rev. Father God__ of the Catholic church.
JUDGE -- J.J. Yelton.
TOWN ATTORNEY and CLERK -- Jas. E. Ellis.
MARSHALL -- Jas. Doyle.
COLLECTOR -- Wm. Randall.
TRUSTEES -- Chauncey Forward, Robt. Yelton, Silas
Becket, Wm. H. Harding.
CIVIL COURTS, Regular Term -- THird Saturday in February,
May, August, and November.
MAGISTRATES COURTS -- Will L. Bonar, and B.B. Hensly,
Magistrates; John F. Henderson, Constable.
Will L. Bonar's Court on the 3d Thursdays, and B.B.
Henseley's on the 4th Thursdays in March, June, September
Ly--- meets every Monday night. The following are
E.E. Barton, President
W.D. Tandy, 1st Vice President
Jas. Yelton, 2nd Vice President
Jennie Galbreath, Secretary
Edith Taylor, Treasurer
E.E. Barton, Prosecuting Atty.
James Yelton, Marshal
W.T. Voiers, Supreme Judge
Gary Rardin, W.R. Yelton, Associate Judge
W.D. Tandy, Editor
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