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'ib-- "it IT i' rTin-rr- tifrrnfniiriiiTr iwm GREENyilL, K, THl7lrtif JANUARY 1 ltf4 t ckn fr and roooii sj daWif A rners nf t Our Mr. Orkn L. Reark witt attend the iml unnttol Furniture ExpodHm ht Chkmgm I January, where htmdrmb JWbltW cAit alw7 mcftsart ea's iroubbs by lbir sigh. a a wila libit You Jt is Utter to -, bd to .tktMgJM toot 6at tf'tMrrtafea mbui. annSnBi , jstLMtt in ill lariannv' ' I '0 dt tatDwfrrKf . f snamtic Jfc,aeie mi frr if ring mnJ wwimr. anfcrx We 'WMWJMM mc 1 m&& m our cifHiH mnmavn, r sk rfomiiaJf1ft r....- -. wnea ,ae A man t bllor. Hdnk . 4 Wnili.i. . new discovery ""CO sswannmr DR. KING'S I I ijKs i ihtsn thac vtoote fnfaafintir ndlfa - 't ME Vur r T 'r fi tt TkeJ.L, XO&KC SSTfTE. ' ...n.-.- . jg l--i": te now. iLiiiiNWitrt f ii i WW appro: AND ALL DISEA8ES ' T to i9BTSr anBaannw.vnnnr ' cm i .nust kbjioivsx IPPVW Afsiom wooia the days of the tIi cmwm drink) ngbirch rod and cup the ifec t, Tfci Iwce. in snmdi words. Ht$m looha as whew ht ttaca vhprii m4 mm schoolroom there was, always x boy or girl who was .called "stupid." 3tuod ko'bt tkoufkt thtt the class wtc iMviUble tad he or she ki aocipltd as a matter 6t covrse, y j(Mpk tabe a Viadlier view to4ay. 's iKribtlMC pity and sympathy We ami cxpr6sed ia former days ki .the claw dance. There were i .a . i .i yy- mc mikmi aapM wwv e(scks of tJiat uafortanatc as a laal calamity. " IprobaWy it w pity that led to Aom nW 0rttMtt; tdtt Ipfc tacorery that these dunces are and CfcUn eer aAomM Are Miiihijawoify, Se2:"fcssiite a ring or e4n ail vf"" .. tpteT latHaaM. anMaUaiaaMni iira(. WffW PNEUMONIA " Two aaawe ta w yaora ago Mrnnllnl991nSal mannlHHyB' la air.fWhjir tittaa want agm rttHri anddi n; arWuenngeeWoWlwisnnttt PRICI6O0 , . aa fMNttr aU a ubwtom skt o!?er-- ' ou anaialr1 It to flf be don take )U$& 9tly saYriaaV "namnlanBFWBiBwws aaaanof t kwst r, of all kliMfs at J, . Loomba I'JlM r(ruu j w ffMnl i iaW ..aaam.- - r of' Xqcmm .. : ii .'duiaBaMiititiaKaBBK inpyii mm , HuaaawiiMtanHt i w PV m MjL T" a teMWw I pi m ini naan : AM mile . j W. Ww - - - f i; J Chain, CMfUrw f9 , c ..I I. r4t' aaim J jfafiMilnkfrfer;' te the child's elforl'i They impde hk fiU.crwtbi. ft k now known, are a Jmm ua WilfT hjl MdMtraU M. ,wnsn T ks'. th4h, ..' .nr. t v. 'r t ,.;i.l..)l. 4et hav. wkatW in .eo.ieqMiec iHM wHh pakars ef tlit isunt fie43 xatHiicM!ni;wMi w tattf affatry.an ttreJi i1. "Ontmfjy .jv ; , .UijH in ,mm,r s sanaH9UfsaBH&:vir r ivxn .mimmmm . nKj-- , : taiw kMiy.;?m, exports m iMNcattott "sndnmsl a- w to fertrt affatwaiw laaayiti. Is - - . tjf v laaHltiUlnli ' at'' I I saauMtiM r . tmjd AtSHSLt: 12Z1Z ; arwaw y 3R IftJi. -- M "Tarv" H jmnrnw? ::wt"ja mnnTfH4 , .tW, 1" v P1' JJ . 4 i '1 VaSani ananaaj .aBBBBJiA r i,oy vW. sanunasb " I .sr j t .. h. . ismnlihvr SB hr Jadoriaiitx cad n iawafcf aUc pnij4e that aqaal in wearing well cleaned and pressed CiaM la White Xacmel aa Sta4a4 Bnjinhnntty ahonW be y;iva every (.raincs i uvcw euu ins, Trnlh1l'aak; QaekHt ia Whit XmimI, ubc Md ''"to'friw Ma way to Win first, Unw they iui'put "on. It's a wataral Ws4, WkJIie, Qfliti afl Btaek are . aaA; CfiMr CtoU CotkhI; daily and hourly plaasnre that one. Ua4 aktigkt CackeU; aU kagtkf, an - 4bc,mhjt Mhir vt wto eowfclM Avt Chit sort U jank MtkMahsn ahMld )t H Meral7 a- recoeition of m 1 n-- hVJur,Znfriaf Maohiae ia the aniy, one la.tfcM nart of. KMatmeky aadL w ace Amaiie1 h aapply in4hhiM Nmi PUis, which we faraiah en aN .r - ? .v af S'snT.- r ffaM Kiai--aii- kr J CML 1 - " fe ' jrfaiii yam of waac viM ky fint-cU- EarihtjMUf . 5etfyMlSeftii tl nYttilllStS M Wa a' anew ftMnaak. jafJii whaa Nath ! jmJ JhmU fJloa V pat it C - moak. adit. 7 v. J,s H.HAYES f it iwi " r i. HI ii r r iiillrTliaSISMBBlM wf ii I M PH I TmlTr rTntaaaansfi-sMM- iiimwaimi - t ft mwry anannni -- jiii if 'r: ' c' na I I m j nmnml , ;. liiaBl anuaani iHBM . ijU-- t ALU nnnn BalJW m rfi Hnifi TTarm Mil 7 " MiMnXarmnnT ' ' 'ir lHi asm . w,rn,, i fi . -- l oo fjt mmi oyaf, experiences constal(y. M JMinnlhWt Ul 4 htiint tild .much UD YDUf orth sointh'ingh leh't- - U yo-gar- ;who are; ,rtUr, eztea a4 ioaWa mnt cared'for bypaple town, YnHS ft Thk will interaated W your appearance, and who, knew, how to do h work prop-art- extra .wiiihs. t 9tel Grave Taalta vt ill size oMatxabi ly la atafkt far iauaaiuH Mrtrj, Jlartal KNm, Suits, DraM;" iiiapars, ele;; laffc variety. laakatmars rxpaai at aee te oils far sank services. ...iS v k Wrty, Jijfv "'liiV ver.v 4 V . JM arVKlat MniBaBaBaHMwaaai.MKaStrtM ... ai ; lOUJSViLLX. KY. -i , A .'li, C ijg.yitr work cH fot ajMltliver it. i : " . See-ti- e latest thins in Garnet iv " or we will Telephone ws Six round trii, goor3o ilaS'feirl "hee. ing, instead fof, i fitlPalrjo fered exceptionally gobdfejrV.ijce the Mononwhich on nighMtrais ThJlCnce aman for high endeavor; si from Louisville, operate CompartnVey a nobl ardor ment and Prawingroom ullnans, tbe nswt wehave, we eat the harder; r as well as the usual straight sleeper. sisaoe (thing vision iKlbt if auYhfr'ta Stock. .' jflkd Din f The da THNhVntki aM ftekii elysiao, Mkc Lena Arnphaa in stock all tag oars, and the yerr finest modern, ' rwWM acm bright and ot fHiios anfl now ,the time new cdhchesV donotawnoy chfcerfu t? oegin tne cttmvation., following answered by h. ii. Qacon, D. r. A , Had .Ptho.hoxo of BlirM or . t.i!-- S ShWy I'd sing the rapture of man's are ready for delivery, and orders Iv J Wttv whom to its slaoch the buck- - taken for 'others,' and prompt de- ! Moaoi all soaked is .eodin very guaranteed: Chiaet,Sacred Tl TS1I! L 'i. ' jiolasoesl a 8per 4Wi ccn' 3 25i Vomot r"" KI UH i NoiVri.-"- ' i The froafc bpon the irtntud ja ly , GE'rTf EEL,vTAIl,ORING CO. jg; th wfada abont the eaves are sv o nnos. , prom. oryiac and winter battert at our n 24 nott a hi and bnnft a chili to gloomy GretnVUle Merc. Bldg. Outside, the 'world 4a sad' narthu ' aekd dronryf the tortnred trees are" wwWasfr, weary; but; in thf kitchen M hj' fkinm, there m no . sijpi of It is 'a- Yesy scrfoua nuiltor .to aoic rJphdm aadnaesj Let wfnWrtave till Jbr oaa medicine and hvn tfa A' is oJbt for Mary Jaae i getHnf 'wroof. ooe givea you. For this I heaayr Around tbe'ncmj ah makes naaun w xupt yott Ut buyinf ) a okatar; nbc idrs her good old Vob careful k gt tb (ouia hliriiaiit batter, and finose with the ynety kilWt, and now with dope BLACK-fcH- T aWtt Alt k, aad in a minate we'll i Ibn ntlUg r back wheat cakes, all The repotadon of thla old, rstta , nteocd vhte roemiefaM, for cootiptioK in Ok, bnckwheat beatioffi cUfirtkmandKvef troubW, h ftrm-)- 7 oakaf-anmapk simp I Hand mt awtabliahed. It dk. not nnhat oebar aMdieiiMC. It Je bMtoe tium odMft, or k waI4Vpti'b tb t- - UJtf.osJlanyhea orTwe, Private iMgWMm M 4 rpwrai f tu jtrvjat, , vl ui . 7m-teoa- a, Stare 7a; XacMact :oS. H ?fin ft 'errte apy .hoar iy sr nikt . We Ask You Hie Secret of Toiith f why otJci wjoji, older than you, look younger than you do? rTte .secret cpn he, pwt iaf .a few words! "Preservt yoitf hcaftli, and 'you Willi jprescsrye your ybutfal v ' By "fHfaHft- we Wah not alone physical hesUth, but nerve women are nervous wrecks. .., GutvAv1iiberoiii weak phycmiry or nervoutly, grwr., uccnuaiw),, aiiMvita.iijt. cuuit iui you is varuui. It builds strength r jbr toe ollvsTcnl and nervotta avstema. It helps putHesh on your bones and vitality into your nerves. hcalty-fctf'itotffo dtrcnic-lookfa- ig 1 . Do, you ever wonder bow you can remain yotmf, oc feV. t Very Serious tl. V v. . at rnt aajrjio n a j noononaa irw. iVpfr- ritx ribbons,1 all raachirf iw. Vt maun .rj v. vi iTuuDiaa. oacauiA. help yQth va ara sum n .RwnWrJiof tfl'P . .1 j.i - .1. j . I ourk's jjw wok vomwiaq ,wrry q ea'jmv have :&t medictoo te enocucai w "tbo U 1 j R' nr.. niaii ltunara " wouk jr- - it will honceferth seX:ticfcetxbctwjMrf folftTMi iurfd kev Try wajviniMd4f4 e-3- , tiWnwWi'i' or.-cliron- ic due to cpjdpr 4n?P rheufpulismv of rheumatism of rheun tie tjuf sVtVfAlory f ws Lena Xrnoto.ai'ltfe patifqi PttbltcanaJ guarnhvees jjfeflf work will W 'don 1,4J-lWiliip- r Tnnzf "te 44 years old and is passing .through 'tlit o( life. and-suffere- wrrtw'Mra.Z. L 10 Adcock:,( of Saatfc- - apt. Uj. "tt a'p'd m clainiag; 'preirig " rrpir(ngvithbp. qVothes a2te yoet1rii4gi IT Meihtt Kail.pir.fok Jnuirs " lerrfbly; got ner a ootftt : of Cardui, which she took accoiding to directions and- now " We iSup'able'to do her 'bouework and ,.says she feels like a newwoman' Try Cardui 'in your own case.' xxiy. - bioated u!'? t$ irregular andm3 store ana Tmcr.sreppea over .na Z2t m mOt Xttm mmm. Mrr too, jvwrie a- - U4knx Dept. OKSfaaoopE MsdWat Cc. CliaHaiBm. Taac licne rlYeaiaat ior Womh ytM Srt. I . 1 . ' yfo :mi90Sm Single White, 5c each, 50c doc; Tflm yM be hold at ihtf oce of t&.ddan Hyacinth's, Dutch. c each, the Went National Bank, in Green- - fioc dm: farcing Dutch Hyacinths, io, . loceach Ji.oo doz; Tulips, mixed, baiipid the hours of 10 a. m. 20c doz. ifiti and it n. v tkotlon for thr pu'r j Save your home by having your MM of electing seven directors for 4 tklerBroa: do It iehalar P. wk;.. vr-- :.. .iza r ir 30c .uuz, jk.oikb; xiyaciaiai, Am jam to OO C a trial OURI w LUN01 Vldfy and , Ll j erJ uQiIjftdS it wiwii gve i moiperiai tl raiment ' .fiP.Veii-'thfpuln aH nanmnmnnw JA" tjt J, qiucK reuet, See for YOtinoW bow tytj, T' Jry Dr King's New Discovery with FiHC VaorenesSiT,'T'hce,i5crltrtta size, 50c M h V . TELEGRAPH of GO. nyvro IiJit.orj, . you ' .v ce)phone Iiv; to talk aimost nna, Southorn mmmt ..4 ... .TROUGHS TrW Bottta kr ma.. PBion AVfBjfeaclU enfpet svretper will ?) v f UJ ist-'- ,i lorf-jr.i t 40 corn brooms, (I I It a t ntdan. !.COJ nrffrnm i a a ANB ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. fm 5.75. See thera at !Roark's, and have other advantages rrscosi 3 o voir mr mxwir2B. 'HaVttfH mr'nrvr.QiVihvJ-,fi.anf- i White Sewing Machines, .in vibrator; needles. m.k shuttles, etc. iri stock for all ,;BSyO, h7lS8iS3ipp ;.t putyoii In quick: ation vith, thej ; 3f thP country. ,r.5 ll;fe I I th. . Vv4i ::, ik;'. unsur- - V .75. v. f i , - . '. - : Ci. f- Mt TV I" V si : vvu independent Newspaper BLttMSD TKl'ltWDAtB HT THE YBAR 1910 RONDO BY Slnj Nitice. lf REPORT OS" THE CONDITION OF : I ! Taken up as a stray, by Hannon 'jam's, living two and one-hamiles THE FARMERS' BANK rf V The year of 1910 has pissed out, family for twenty year, he loved one more year having been added his family and home, he did alt he to the 20th century. The history of could to make i; happy and com Ohikn Iv. Roauk, Editor. 1910 has been recorded upon the fort able. He and his family seemed Telephone, Ko. 7. chronicles of time. Its evenm And to enjoy life; they were generous Ofltt In new imnox rear of Urr, grotm) tttfvr, destinies have been told, its joy? find kind. We knew then) when they and comforts have been realized; were all within the bloom and vigor 50 CEHTS PER YEAR. M ADVAIKt its advertitiee, misfortunes and bit- of health, but as years came apd terness of life have been felt. Year went, aud after the lapse of twenty TEI5MH. The wnliscrlnJ'on triif if t .ie l:i!fr !a imjt after year how swiftly they seem to five years, death entered the home be in adriUirv. iu.il rlien tm lint" uuh c xpirrtl to tvmcii it U viUi too ppv win be mopped pass. By the continued ticking oi Intend and one by one of the family Cat-tlof xUnskx, . bltunrj- notice, ttc., if net our clocks we hear the pulse of time began to wither, to pipe and die;Na Mil . will bo iiul:hf-- free IonifJ- thno toil Mvo oiic. xr Hue uiu in! nile for Micivetl one sort logrtfnn. No Tn Hat on at thin rule to unjuri beating life and its events away. mother, three daughters, lrc tMntta uopltH will MiilVd. in loolutj" back over 1010 we see and a grandson, all went down in tn W Insert.'!. A rateoard Aivvrt.MMM its gains and achievements, its death, leaving, the aged father and will ixTnni' Mud on rjin.t AMr: nH cominni.lw.ifi" uu.' icalif nil rr wrecks and ruins. Hut our object bis oldest daughter, the only repre mlltsr k vi ablo to KL" OKL I'KKHK. ..rKnrll). Ky in this article, is to take note of the sentative of the Ragon family. The deaths that have occurcd in our lit old man, now past his four score TaUasnAYTjANUAKY tie town during iqio. ivmic we years, the vitality of bis Ijfc fast rc EnvrcJ t lUt? Orcpal if, Ky., piMtoffica aa have been engaged in the busy, ceding, weakened by ,thc toils t)f ittttl-o..-bustling scenes of life we have been time and the weight of years, pil unconscious of how many of our lowed his weary head upon the Mi;M)i.c rny has tha fust postal friends aud neighbors have passed bosom of the affections, lore and sving liar 's in the state, and its from the active scenes of life and care of his only living offspring, premiss if being watched with much are missing from our midst. Wc whose kindness and care was de understand from our Undertakers roted to the giving him all the atIn vie at of the published assertion that during the year 1910, twenty tention within her power for his Gradually be five white people and thirteen color comfort and ease. thai abvut 30 per cent of the peoed people have died within the cor pined away, and after he had reach ple oi NV.vr York state are insane, it porate limits of Greenville, making ed his four score years aud six is not j'irprisincr that uisamtv is so a total of thirty eight persons who breathed out his long and eventful frequently pleaded there as an cx hailed the dawn of the year 1910, life in November, 1910, leaving a cuse far "rime. but were missing at the dawn of 9 1 . lonely daughter to mouin her loss. Some died in the spring of life, some As we stood and saw the pallbearers NW if sninc international rourt will assist lines for disorderly con- in its summer bluom, others during. carrying hi in from' his" home, along the way he bad come and, gone duct 0:1 nations that po to war and ts autumnal decline. Vc shall onlytake note of a thousands of times in life, to meet ad the amount to the Carnegie lund, we shall soon have universal amity family that has nearly become ex- and greet those that he loved, tears . of sympathy fell from our eyes when all Ki ap like the hired man on his tinct in Greenville, that of 'J:-VRagon, who was born at Bowling wc saw the only remainingrdaughtcr, evening off. Green, Warren county, in 1824, with a broken and bleeding'1 heart J'u'f death of Chirago's fire cuief and came to Greenville with his following 'the lifeless ' body of her and several firemen recently in the family in 1S68, forty-tw- o ever years ago, father and the best friend-shyards fire has Resulted in one and cast his destiny with the people had; she followed him to hisde'stiny stock good things Chicago observed a of Greenville. He secured a good iu time, to where he was gathered to safe and sane Nev Year's night, un-c- r and comfortable home in which he his family that had precccded him; special orders of the chief of spent the remainder of his days. she stood and saw him covered up police. And now the people of His family consisted of a wife, four from the sight of the living and then Chicago are so well pleased that it daughters-anone sob. He was a returned to her desolate and forsaken is planned to continue the order. saddler by trade, to which business home. All of its charms had flown he devoted all his energies, hie time a home no longer sweet and dear, Thirty-fiv- e men lost their lives and talent; he was industrious and but sid. She determined to leave during 1910 while engaged in air did all that he could for the welfare it and let it' pass intd the hands of Mights. This ia a startling human and comfort of his family; he was a other names and she would seek toll, but'for the great advance made quiet, discreet Christian and a re protection and comfort wlh relatives in a new. field, no man has made a spectable citizeft; he; was a devoted elsewhere. So in Greenville the member of the laptis-- ckurch astd Ragon home will cease to be, and Owrx Kit. rrentlcnt. Ouun L. Kunu, Secretary Lonn-DlstanI RECORD PRESS, t eUo North of Greenville, One Steer, of tensities on the lith trtj of December 1910. " marked "upper bit in right ear" RESOURCES. white face, white line back, red sides Loann ami Pluco'uutu I.'. . I23.IH.77 U. n. jinrt other IlouiN, Htockn and and about'years old. Valacd by 8r6iirltifn . v.-- . Nime Dne from Hunks. .. !.ft!t.Xf Will Hut McDonald and Warner Actual Ch ti hand , 3,M.'.5l Chtck. cith Items and exchange Boggcss, at 1 10. op. The said Han-no- n for clearing..., 578.H Jurvb, states under oath that he 3,m.XH Cnrrrn't ex)euan'WHltiaril p(l'. , . 175.71 has not altered or changed any of Real Xnute, Ullft.oo; Kunillnre .b4 ritnrr. $aCMm; Tntal...... ...... 8,013 K the marks of said Steer. Olhf r Annna. ni Incltlded utidf r.aiiy of. the abqje )jed. f.Sou This soth day of Dec. 1910. 117,83 .M TU1 Hanhon " - tlir bnntrftnit tt the town of Dunaor, Oaaty of Xnhleber;r, HUte f KentHekj, the MUHLENBERG mm - SAVINGS BANK CrttavlIIt, Ky, 1 Jaxvis. Subscribed and sworn to before me, a Justice of the Peace, by Han-no- n Jarvis, this Dec. 20, 19 10. J. H. Lovell, J. I M. C. LIABILITIES. t . tt Capital Htoik paid In. In awh ....... i 15,000.00 Wurplna. Ne-ae-; Undlrlded pniritH, U6I.10: .Total.. .. i.iei.io 1 Deptmltx on rh(eh intereit 1 paid, I Dfpua. on which Intrr'itt not ld. Total nntoxltrt.. , 21,17389 flHIIfcM. LnHblerVcheckii, ouutandluir, None' Due to Batik, None Note A Bin redlkvountetl, 17000.00: BUI ptynWe, None; Total.. wioer immune hoi ineinuea under KHjof the afcere beads None Appreciating' your pajt patron-ag- e we solicit all or part. S&yojfg future Banking' business. 1 THOS. E. SUMNER; Caikw. 4W f Mkt tt Fife Cliias. vrrunru rnrrin, nunf Frank Dukes and others 7,000.00 tatr. Toat 147,(04.99 J. W. Dukes and others. fttntcof Krntttcbj. (tunty of Muhtenbrrjr, Set. 1, 11. K. HcClarr, canhler of the altore named All persons having interest in the hank, do Mlrmnl ttwenr thnt the nbtiTir u trtx to the, brt of tuy kponledKe iiudt above styled caiiac in the MuhlenII. I). XcClakt, CnHhler. hllf. berg circuit court, and having J. H. DEPOVSTKIt, J. A.HIMMONH. claims against the estate of W. L. W.M. HUNT. Director. Dukes, deceased, arc hereby notifiHulincrlbed and aTrorn to before c by II. B. ed to present the same, properly McClary, thla Mnd day t December 1910. O. J. ItrnHzn, Notnry Tubllc. proven, to me On or before Jan. ro, My commlHlon expire Tan. 3!, 1111. atate-mn- ,'' '.'vs. iTflP RWI)f.F.i - " w Jmmm 'w HSNNH'ff 41111 Bl 11 IV! I v.V V DEPOY, KENTUCKY We announce to our trade and the pub-- . Kc that our stocks of goods in all depart- mcnts are larger and better selected than ever in our history. We carry a varied Mneof X9XI dis 31. Jas.. W. Oates, M. C. M. C. C. 75 1k Miles fw Sik. 1 1 Have 75 good mine males, run ning from 48 to 5a inches; prices Most flues are in need of being 75 to ti 10. All guaranteed. Rich ard Leave!!, Hopkinsviile, Ky. overhauled for the winter season Call onBarklejv Bros., who will do J. E, Coombs & Co. buy beef the work reasonably .and. in best hides. Hichest cash price. manner. Square piano, in Green-TiHApply to Mrs. J. W. Vomberg, telephone No. 216-Central City, Ky. s 29 3 For sale m x GENERAL MERCHANDISE m m m m m and can supply most of the wants of the people. In Dry Goods, Clothliifi, Shoes, Hats, Etc., we oner large selections. In Groceries, Hardware, .Tfeware, Farinv; Implements and such goods' out &i&A are especially strong. x In aM departments prices will be kwrid the lowest, and your visits will be hifhfy appreciated. x . 1 . THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK GREENVILLE, MENTU&Y DIRECTORS W. A. Vickliffe, V, fe, Dumm, M(tiiu R. T.Martin, E J. Puryeac, L Mirtu C E 41 Jna 4 0fi d T Reynold, Jr. it .. ' The ttandinf and refponsibility of the men 'who copttitutc our Board of Directors are a We 5 busfoeif have jutt added an Underiakini pi&ifak& 'ft 'or' W IIH imi IIIIMIII VUUV1 tUlllilgi laf UpUl llIIUIll IIIIIIHI IHIII1U , and wiX carry T mi IP 5 m lli m. , '"uraafce of careful jud&iaxit miuiaimei ft ft ki fervke, on caH anywhere. Orders in this foe and careiul attention any hoar day or nigiit Tt- - t. mxut. ac ra Va nova, "u, T.t.u ouiu, it nippers t.m a comprehensive line of n I . lreucs. uto nmvc iimcm I T . " - CoAa04 N rt. 1 . t Tic JRIMES. XH tVV -- SlAH!fflS.jar!LE W'rnVh.. V " . ,v,viM.l Jl ."I digd.itf sitcl. worlm ei'ortr. Powdcrly. nen lfie aOit iaiiiy came, 7 iT: ienor vi ms way. nmam thw tnn chall innn rvrnmi Wc lived a neighbor to him and extinct. " ' aa , I . ft tit n - 5 i vV. Mr. Lea Longest is ! Trade has suffered a great relapse. cxter-Liv- fa, r. at homeilfrom ' ,"J,adn'H?e, Tnd.! 'Hershel Knight r?hrrrid Sunday. r. Henry Long and wife from Peurod visited relatives here last Mri frd"o ETnni-- i week.- ' Jesses from a pleasant viKl.toiftricnds in Christian county. Irs. 'Minnie Herington .from Irincetoa .spent 'the holidays with relatives ere. lessrs. Franklin and Estill Long spent a few days with relatives here last" week. Mrs have returned Eri, Vatcrs and Edith have i Bradley and wife returned from an extended Orders for cut flowers will receive viSit to relatives at Ennis. the prompt attention of Miss Lena Mrs. Ollic Seiber and children Arnold. from Maressa, lib, are here with the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Dexter have Arnold.'. . the sympathy of their many friends ' Miss Addie Keys after a pleasant in the loss of their first-bara girl, visit toher parents here, went back which came to them yesterday mornto Hopkinsviile, Sunday where she ing, but was born dead. Mrs. Dexis attending a private Business ter is getting along very nicely. Schoql i Mr. Roy Roark and sister, Miss Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Clemons, enHallie, left Tuesday for New Mexico tertained the- following' at dinner Christmas day: .Mr. and Mrs. R. E. where they expect to locate. They Frazier, Mr. and Mrs. G. Dean, and go for the benefits of the climate, Mr. Edgar Clemons, wife and and their many friends hope they family. Those ,who have enjoyed may receive the greatest benefits. n, tIr.Earnest Miss Amy .Dexter-.and?'MHugh Lovell.werc snarriedc&t the: home of Mr. and Mrs. .Geo'M. ;Dexter, parents of the bride, at 8? jo o'clock Circuit court begins next Monday, Dec. 28, in; tie prcsenccr jof a numwith, a light docket. .. ber of relatives and friends, Rey saver, ever.invented G.- P. Dillon'performing the cere.;, Greatest labor mony. IJoth are. well knpwn'and can be seen at Roark's. x popular, and have the very bet. wishes of a,- jde cjrcle:qf admirers Judge W. H. Yost and Mr. J. A. Jonson,-o- f Madisonvillc, were here and friends. ..They are, si home-oone or two days last week on busi- Mr. Loyell's arm, near peppy.. ness. Messrs. Porter &.Fulkerson have' "The Passing Show," which ap- opened a restaurant in the Lam pealed at the opera house on the building, and invite: the patronage evening of December a 8, pleased a ot the public. fair sized audience. Good morning! the cart? Are you still on - BOYD & MARKS ' . Practical Tailors . Gome ia and see what we. can tio for you in a Tailor Made Suit, .,. Our cleaninf md prettmt de?rtment it under personal , ,, . - , ,E. twi, uu wuia uuuc.uy Martla BaUiiar, XaU TalMih e uuiupciciii man. . t li JL la. 1K.1 Strt, : ,'!,:" ; GrKavilk, Ky. t t ; Burl t( Ctf itj Sap vs. BLACKWfLL & GENERAL INSURANCE We repftsart thehospitali.ty always extended at Leslie Hale has provided equipthe Clemons . home, know that it is ment and is serving all sorts of hot needless to say,, that a pleasant day1 Doctors, undertakers, sextons, and drinks now at his fountain. the public in general should inform wis spent,by all. The board of supervisor's of coun ty tax lists is in session) beginning work Monday, and all of next week will be required to' complete the work, it ii thought'.' The Ward Js composed of a taxpayer from each magisterial precinct and (wo from Central City. Following Is a list of the board members; Central City, M. F. Moore and Martin' Stroud); District No. i, Joe 'Marti.n; No. a,--: J. C. Haden'; No. 3, C. W.!Roarkj No. 4, J. C. Hardison: No. '5, A. J. Browning. They are all good men and competent, and will do good-worin the equalizing bftax burdens. (lit writes kitds-s- f ill MirYICTftOLA XYI., ;:lk Hum lisar- - iMiH !; ntt (i. it (I. Y. v r amsssssssssnnn-- ?w :- -: i ffjferty. J others S75, $20 $m, Sf ' ' j jj !; ;Mrsi.B.. '.Green and son from ; 'Grecftvjllc, spent' a few days reirTves hetfi; last week. They were also accompanied by Mrs. Nora Greenland her two grandchildren, Virginia and William Green A doctor, unmarried, (not neceswith sarily in town) was calling on a lady friend a day or so before Christmas, nod remarked "I have been out sleighing today." The girl In question, who is quick witted and does not hesitate to remark whatever comes into her mind, replied "Why, Barr irlst Mill. doctor, I thought you did that most very day." There is an estrange- My new burr grist mill is m oper call on your merchants forlment that has lasted up to the pres ation Flint meal. Also ready to ent, and it may result in a permafurnish the public with chicken feed nent rupture of what promised to be Beat; in mind that Roark a serious friendship. aridHppped corn, has splendid selections of ' A. Shaver.. jl sS J. Orien L. Roark buys, sells, rents, i walloaper in stock, ready for dcliv- If uwant your pressing and , repairs typewriters, carries supplies ' ery, and sample books of the finest f all kinds, and solicits trade in papers made, which catr be procured done neatly and promptly cleVrfj on ort notice after selection. Bros. Telephone 25 3. ; nv bram cal'. Ford I themselves of the provisions of the Vital Statistics law, which went into effect January 1. All "births must be reported, and certificate must be made out and a permit secured for the burial or removal of arty dead body. Heavy penalties are provided for failure or .refusal to comply with this law, which is general all over the state, and does not refer to towns alone, . as many, people suppose. FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY ilYE J Jfamk The Victrola adds to the refinement of :because it plays the very best music of the world, an"d dV cause its artistic lines give it a natural place in tb.eeort - ti'ons of the cultured home. The Victrola plays such a wide range of music, yon must use food judgment or your record library willtbe:iM v. mense. We want to help you select them, and since ire,-,,!- ;. I know the merit of each Victor record we can'heip" you.. !; .lB B ' !; NH $jm MB !; !; ' ;" , ' :B .B IH JjB VICTOR PRICES SAME EVERYWHERE- -. PERSONAL SERVICE HERE '" L BONDS US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE J.; L. ' 8LAGXWELL & ROARK GREENVILLE, KY. . ESTATE-..,.- . ROARilJ Pricey I Subscribe for Ihc Record Only 50c. WALLPAPER Special .1 NEW March 21, MW Ef-fe- et Y. M C. A. NOTES. I HERE'S TO MAY WE HAVE lurca if Vital Statistics, Creatcikj Act if Legislature. Afryci Ifll, Takes 1, 1911 AS MANYIOML'; GENEROUS CUS?; Jaaiary FRIENDS TOMERS AND If IliitiH 1 Al( iirtks in Csisty Must Ic Icis tcrei, aid Iwlies ef leai Ptrs-'- . AS. WE WD DURfc .! . .are tis Caiaet Be BartciT it: THE GOOD YEAR 1910 Our tetter efforts leaisveii Yrm Ctii- - POWDER Absolutely Pure The mmfy t ty WiHwn't.a PcraBt.T Heavy Penalties Whs Fail or at yw ctiufflifld id, .impi:d v,ed ' eqii Jpents " ; ; ,!;::; baking aawtfar flwtf Royal Graff ImpstiUfH Tkm lefise to May every good thing be yours this year1 I Canity mm of Tartar The FrivateLong-disbnceTeluphofi- utnUm PhMfkafi Ai Withthe Ljw. J. L. 'ROARK 'pfkt. Emhalmers ?i roj V.. Furniture, Wallpaper, Fflsrral -: The law enactedj)y the last Legislature, approved March, 2.x 1910. TIME CARD. Jt.lqfkAt 7 and takini; eftect ox January.ii 19.1 x. brings this state in line with others., and conforms to the rulesrand approved by the U. S. CenXORTK BOUXD. it sus and American Public Health As- n.ss aw 'm'wtfu'ttro rrpj-esWt Claelnaatl Xjcpresa.. 1.54 pm The provisions require t H LaalsTllle Limited 4.03 at: nsdeiation. . . IM CtralCltjr aceom 7.15 pn that every birth shall be registered, V' SOUTH 10VXD. and the failure or refusal of any . . . . tm raaucan una uairo aecom. ......... .&.: am I3.40p Hixlll rnltoa Accommodation physician, midwife or other person ' 114 Kew Orlean HpcUl S.40 pn SO am charged with responsibility for reJ'Sa w. o. Bptc. boutsrtite passr. onlyl i W.Q.CBAwroED. Art ; .ae S, 1M0. porting births, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and, upon conviction, shall be fined not less than five dollars nor more- than fifty dollars. If any undertaker, sexton, .or other person acting as undertaker shall inter, rctnove, or otherwise dispose. of a body of any deceased, received a person, without-havinburial or reraoral permit, he shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction shall be fined &tr Mr. Qrien I Roark will attend not less than twenty nor more than, 'ff-toFurniture Exposition one hundred dollars. ,." 5?. in Chief hi January, where hundreds Railroad and other, okimonir-tjier- s new J jo1jsie that-- - all ire srfipMfcnt shall be' bodies offered for IWf spidil orders for fods in our sV hove accompanied by the proper permit,' jkp, isftfc corf ful attention, mud mNT W Mmndhd on a reasonable and shall be fined riot' less than ;fiftV dollars nor'morc tharV'twb hundred; lYMt pwmnal vUkt or telephone calls dollars for. fiach ofTen'eL ,s ' . utt This law will work..a hardship onJ ThtJ. L. ROARK ESTATE. isprnft persons who live remote frond axy of the registrars, and will, in- ns - Home, T08 Established 1879 .. ,, ... "::T.r V ..... ., .... This! is one winters.- - of. the. ,y r j( ; WkSPi. j .!.! ' On last Sunday afternoon a goodly crowd wai out to the New Year's service and it proved a very interesting and helpful meeting. The talks bjrBr. Henderson and Rev. Dillon were very timely and well 6eivcd. .The music rendered, by the, choir and especially by thcj quartette was enjoyed by all. " On next Sunday afternoon at the regular men's meeting will "The Transfiguration" will be the subject for dis. cutfsioa at this meeting. Every man 'add' boy in ' Greenville is cordially invited to be present. 'During trie vacation week ' the building 'was "'crowded from ealy mo'rriiinir "'till late at niirht.The! freadlirig ro'otn game room and jym; I'ML nM5ium were given thorough''test (Js tokeni- - efficiency. '' During the week he Y.' M. C. A. baSkfef1 ball tcacr plstd' 'twtj .. .r . .1.- K.iJO.L. V.; 'fiYVyftH nhr 'wjth thr their r'ho'Vdre h"lAi-'fro" flr-pnv- iH FOR THE LAST FINAL XflOK : ' '3 before, going out milady will . bless.the electric light for hor to dotcr.k the slightest flaw in her tippuarance. The , lights can be .v. conveniently placed vrid ar3 brilliant and illuminating, tlist they make en-abli- np in ''A'. . ' ' Good morning! Has youi turke . . hash given out, yet? Your patronage solicitiid b Bros. Express and mail about back to normal again. K' iI.,k,lfyucitop hat i'ekfVy ,' s. 'buth,hfdv,ontt.:l'ftid number of' sn?-- oth'er. lights, look iiict' shadows.', Shall we tell something aljoUt the cost o electricity in ' "your iirjinc?" !4 near will H.t.'her. 1 J'jJi? 'f b(i . 73 V matter Mr. Marvin Wells returned tc Louisville Tuesday afternoon. Needles f brail sewing machines at Ro ark's. ; When Santa gave sleds he showed how well he knew his business. NOTICE! " Pot hunters will now'hayanothei chance at Bob White by setting traps. V, ' ...T reqnif Get potted plants and cut flower& frbm Miss Lena Arnold! " i No fireworks accidents to report. Gradually humans are becoming. safe ' ' and sane.' : " 'r The town willl now settle down, to its usual gait, after a fusti'of Holiday social affairs. F02 .5FILKSBAXTXDAT! T TMTXAX. G AMUXL 08ETTI. BY ' 4' ajtaamWaVWi tke.celebrated Eh. kay trait lMiMlerftttwt;Mtt.Vera IbXobOub,April M, MM, an4 AM at MrwItHrham, Kent, Mi Me wax tKe feuaer uf the raodera KayliatHte hcno1 ef imlnttnf; and writer tmumf warkaMy beautiful pocmg.J r all vfprlda than he can know, un doth show. T the hIbI A tm rtler rWm Mmh tkou cauttt cl've M. Wi yHttni Veixreen spring and Rprlnff. Mrt Bat Hwhe tcMtU demoattrallve Tke Ma dotk alk a ad tke wind nlng. Jotter a( earthly things, Oa.litire sextons, undertakers and others, but r .'ift kclaw is without nqutt uj v Aicent one, as it t, keep: the vital statistics ia reliable shape, and 'will, genersave rauch IroiiWe ations in the way of claims, avoidance of lawsuits, and such important matters, Cr. V. H. Franklin, pffice deputy" sheriff, has been commissioned reg istrar herd, and his territory em braces voting precincts No. 10, XI,. is, 13 inu 1 7,' wn.c is qfiie a tera"co-veaiea- cures as.iiiuos; 25 ta- 14 Am: i OIBce llours: 7 10 to a. m. to 17. They are priurrinVfor pnrnc-- ' ' :t v thy. t . Ford tnbr'e' IV to 15 a. m.. match a'mes in tic lUture. 1 to 1.30 p. m. There are only three m'ore months ;hono Ko. 251. 4 to 5 p. m. 'i left in the association year. Have jliuis Roark has l.enftjter .vacation T done all in my power to make OtJR association count for the most hi'ti $!igsgeeat Aaacefi. ; MemUr Karrue Lictfxs. in the community, during the year? " Mr.v and "Nts. J." W. Lam have The following marriage licenses iHV V.ft aHH"mearit "the I If not, why not resolve to .try to announced tV engagement of their vcre issued during the month of make amends during the remaining daughiisr. 'sSiaice to Mr. Hubert December: Jco-- j tt.ut- a'l the year. noi thre.c months. Meredith', the: wedding" to occur Garlen Hill to Ethel Cartwright. , . We rejoice with Covington and sonit1 'Jipi'i fni Febrdary, the . Ben Cartwright to Normal Hill. v. jsKfjfc Tmagazines:; cx.tctj .Louisville in . .their successful new daX.feicbe aun.btfnced, later., This Buric Jones to Osa Carter. The former habsiiVt1 .pif asing jinn jqneement building campaigns. W. N. Pendley to Lizzie Bell fqr,xoo,ooo and the latter for 305,: tp rie.odof Hie parties, Sorrells. F'fp rcved skates!fpr 00,.; ; During the past calender year .iud co'igratulit-.n(J gopd wish-r- a Harvey Bi owning to Nora Reeves: .xhc, (bss391.at.ion of Kentucky have ,.:c being ended, (rpm friends J. T. Munday to Alice Skipworth. carried on. .seven, campaign raising ijLi nd near,. .Lani is .popular Robert Uzzle to Mamye Gassett. 630000 to parry on the work, qt ijn jirtuut of her many attractive Osa Bandy to Mante Johnston. .nJ . yea' . t ealtjifuhj bcittijriun men. This has been a g ;ius, arm .nr. H. W. Gatton to Edith Martin. lereoun nas HTJp.tiehistorx of the worjsjg,.. raa friends among our peo-Ifbelief. . to get: McCiure Napier to Nellie Creel. in. Kntugy.. i(f,od surely h,as bqenj; i; i, rVsidence here. . Thurm.an McRoy to Stella t. ,ith us. t of ther law firm of Willis iernb3cr Claude Vincent to Myrtle,McRoy. one. of the bright tav. "i, akc .Uicir. your work ;Tie bibld.cJass.jneetsx;this..Y,eeXi,4yere frs psuaU at. .3. 45 :&n Thursday,. . Be Will Pittman to Myrtle Rich. ,pf Jhis jsection. .ltwJ.s c wie Jf Finis Mar tin,. colored. Hhr.t .tp study .ourilcssqn. Ben Hopkins to Ethel Davis., a.c 10 x,ca xravu.i.A. man Athly Xbxie? .rci ti' Lim-Mercit- h ; . j iKM: Mil i'"yj ( .ia " "r e Yin-cen- 1 t. T 10": blanks, and has supplied doctors, Or aaywkwt U tkc'aua or rain undertakers and Mothers affected, so Ta kare laTta a keea ketofed aRala la MKm4 Mck Me'n krlskt wlnf . far as he has been able, and has HUHV kr etken' Be4 lack I wed supplies for all, and asks that per MiN wa kjr Vhlae Ws kka HaVlaraed sons entitled apply to him at once. BalB It; d kc kd))M bwW WkM sre tkaa ke laclt'U bread, Mr.' Chas. Creel has beta appointed, at Central City, embracing y g4, wkareky we ra i T ke suck Mrtwtaace 1ft jlC ' f voting precincts No. 3, 4, 18 and 21. i aer ke ar tkou be akaWd.' Trtlf Mr. W. H. Moores, at Bevier; J, rlee tkat thy works prove e Hal;-Ir- I R. Morgan, South Carrollton; J. C. Tkat wark which tkoa kaM ne'tk best eesae to leaglh to tkee NMaa to carybeHecaas tkeatstreuyth Kir4ey, Penrod; W. H. Williams, iJIwi ' '4K oWnr) kateful aad akfcorr'd-r- Cisey; C. G. Bridges, Drakesboro; "TWm awa akere thyself ade lord . Humphrey, Graham; C. E. CM Mtt'ftoAt tke bitterest. Martin, Earles; W. C. Grundy, Ta dad M kaat, to c ha ace at worst, , BreiweB, are all registrar's for their 43tv tkaaks for read tktaks. Wat hlsss'siK la tkat good respective territories, and have supr Mnwi M( Wkta afja4 Is piics. Permits must be secured from StTt Kiw prayer npUfttk face,, 144 tke awsst rifk to render gract the registrars in the territory where Aa tky ml'i ekrikd cblkl be oura'd. births or deaths occur, and at ho other place. Tkk Hkcord 50c. yw. The law has not been known, and r y WaJer if vnu ra ve writ? it it will be well for all persons to inform themselves and others of its ;'W" provisions, so that no infractions vilk wants to know its cen- - may be committed. ' . . TkaVe 'krgw.yfc trse Wrth of song Jl4 if kare wm kearta to loesy. to be ritory.- He hasi kfl theWcewary pr '5fXM:'WtV fatknttd TlMLtMrkfy c4-- Mr. J. A Shaver has his new at Ford Bros. "Midget" mill in operation and is turning out a flour. He population would show is now in uosition to care for custom first-class' TM, Yl,iSt4titii dtkKt lat SuMiay. and also to supply the lo cal narxei, ana asses trie patronage law went into mi the public. Special attention given to people who live in the country. Ford Bros. lgrindin JPX''V,. "'Try th new eat niarket at the GiMMoriiMff! e;. vention expressed themselves as in favor of improved highways. jThk is a froft foi popke is all right, but what is needed Thito is W'ttiink hi improvenaents. arouse a general interest in this imv rink.t oi all sorts now at portant matter among the masses. tto ChrwtMas spirit? Have you laid. in Louisville in tbe good roads Prominent Kentuckians last week con- f4 rtd Hk"s Chrktnas coming once and several hunters make it last all the!fimsa- - The season a yfar,Wj- The quail season closed Saturday,. were in at the was. not a sails- tactory one, on tiie whole, as birds jar? were scarce and territory .was re- :iervice and food at shrieked, as many ''farmers here wwnM&Matustdpe'ned in the i closed their fields ' against 'the WiWing. hunters., hm feftiktaHK. U ZUkI Doobo? 'uesi , i Era Jte4krts. ' oituu v' " you fiave'n'ekra "themV'Call a'aJn and' UmgfrrWfd-w.ihter- .1. music; a well as alhi Archie Reach te Viola Snider; t 'a ii' Li.:: rut 4.V. uciwmj are ijLi'i uiuyiii.SX often; they, never grow tiresome tess' in. pi ?c Kentucky L,?rgss asio-- 1 'tW popular' selection, ' speeches,' - John V. Rickard to Nola-Ar A lfnwin J (in J 5M IV Hit lllltl rt r U 9T m ,, i.lbg tlr!rafa,",orches1frnV, 'instrumental Lare library,, of ricoWs-'an- d Whitman. . , ,., cc vfi. arc earnestly rctju'i- kinds of talking machine supplies. ' Victbra .range in A. Y. Craig to Laura Belle Han'thd-maklull set- - N .i ed' Viil price from $10 to $.100.- - Victrolas. cock. " tlcflAnts as - soon as pos- f "1 e Lam buiiaj There have been more than the (o'$2$o Large library of re 0. S. Jeraigaa toGrace.Lacefteld. ,6 .jjjntj io p.m. Metis ft 101' s we rc compcuea usual number of mHniages.dur.ing ' cords and-al- l kinds of talking .maHenry Gibbs to Cordelia Travis. tA all kinds, soft A to collect all' outsta-ndi33c j the holiday season. chine supplies. Charley Myers to Arah Clardy. debts in order to make set-- J ianKs, fruits, candies, etc. J A $ 1: Jesse Samacr to Ada Gertrude ttement with the R. Martin Mr. H. .N. Martin was herefrom Vox Populi, one of--. Pur oldest Parker. Mfes"s'rs.'bscar 'Frvin, Felix estate. Louisville a few, days last t week;, subscribers, writes toputinalamca-tatioG. W. Latham, Jr. to Grace DaPannell hTive' resumR. MARTIN Sc CO. mingling with old friends. over Christmas trees, which vis. , ed work" in S'tate tfntversity, Lexiiig-ton- , require many years to grow, and Geo. T. Carroll to Fordyce Moor-hea- d. after speeding hpUd4yy.a,cati6h month Club pressing rates are cut down and after one day's use here. People are soon to find out how at Ford Bros, are cast aside. Our only comfort Gabe Woodruff to Eva Lee Butler' inuch more they are worth than they Our own Ed Howe wafcts to Vaow have figured, as will be shown by to the complainant is that he should Charlie Dossttt to Ella Phillips. Barrjwhohas been Miss Geneva invent some method to have the what has become of the Elmer A; Coraette to Sallie Wilthe county board of supervisors, teaching school in this county, left trees converted into a breakfast food, liams. girl who wore plenty of clothes now in session. Tuesday for Florida. or some other useful article. in the winter, includlngnarctic overOstel Bullock to Mary Gregory. ' Sanders Elliott Owens, a ' Vernon Murphy to Gtrg ia Gax- A large quantity of tobacco was shoes? Farmers have some extra time on . 'rett. . colored child, died aear the old delivered here Moday, but the cold their hands now, and it would be a Lpna A,rn61d handles cut . Mss cemetery at 5 'clock last Sunday weather Tuesday atopped the flow. J. H. Goyea, Jr. to Lixzie Good-al- l. glorious thing if they would make a flowers jtnei pottedJ'piaiits, and will morning, .and was buried at 10 close study of the multiplied advanHave Barkley Bros, repair your appreciate orders', wlJich will have oclock. Monday morning in t, All on Parson to Carrie Hardi'tea. tages and benefits that would come bestatten.tionk;.- flues, and prevent a fire loss. Thomas Jackson' to &csk Roark. cemetery. to them if Muhlenberg were criss-- i Charles H. Roberta to Flora MilThe Veport of 'the Farmers' Bank, crossed with roadways, that were was not of the very The weather ler. Coombs & Co. before yoi .See, good all the year, despite weather best all the time, but social affairs of Dunmor, will be found in this sel your beef, hides. , Robert MorrUoa to Delova 5kg- issue, and the" sBdijcing raadeis arf extraordinary conditions, travel, leton. ' went on at a good gait during tioli ., excellent one, showing growtfr and days. A man who joined the water wag- condition of grade, soil or drainage. Herbert Yonts to Lettie V. Sheat-wcl- l, security. , 'J ' on outfit the, first of the year ac Miss Lena Arnold now has her There were many parties; ecep knowledges that he, has already slip- P. Mi Smith to Lola Louisy Hill: pressing, altering and repair shop It's Hons, musicals, dinners and like'' pea, oit excuses nimseir oy gauani-ly- . Avery Wood to Etta Ball. in operation in the Greenville Coal social functions during the holiday thcUioliday seagoiljljut you 'reji'noV decjatfag that the vehicle was Geo. M. Fleming to Nannie putaway the?Bpiritqflov.eand(heln- Co. building, up stairs, and solicits season. crowded- - so he got off to give a lady Dootch. fulne.ss thit Vbu'shbuid haVe hwi for' the patronage of the public. his seat. , Dave Borrow to Novella Knight. " Get refreshing, stimulating hot tjo past several, days, Harry Hugh Lovell to Amy Dex'Ll drinks at Leslie Hale's fountain. . The teachers of the infant classes ter; ' JfmfGet wallpaper cheaper than, A concern in town which has an at the Methpdist' Sunday-schoyou ever did before, anywhere, at awkward, luber,ly employe, who is al- have a plan of instilling the ChristThe thermometer stcod plump at Uncle Jira'Barrett, a well known zero yesterday morning, which wa Rpark's. SidevvalJ, Ijorder, ceiling, ways doing the wrong thing at the mas idea in the children for all the just the lowest of the winter by sorae fdrvroom 16 e.Vuare, as ldw.s right time," and wrongly doing the year, and in furtherance of the Idea, colored man, died at '$1 higher grades in same proporr right thing, has a manager who has the children arc bringing corn, west of town about noon yesterday,, degrees. ' given the boy the name " Smear," after a few days' illness. He was W tipn. fruit, bread, etc., to Sunday-schoand the title is liable to become genTrain arrivals have not "correseach Sunday and attaching it to a very old, and died from the infirmThe Sunday-school- s of the- town eral and permanent. ponded with the schedule for' the cedar tree, which is placed where ities of age. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock this afternoo pas .day or so, the, extreme weather made generous donations of funds Your clothing cleaned, pressed, the birds may get the food. This and interment Which pr6vided:libcra1 quantities of made in Fairmount is an effective means of teaching, fruits, nuts, food and other season- repaired and dyed at Ford Bros. and shouid be multiplied and diver- cemetery, Telephone No 5 and your laundry able items of the poor house for 'There has been another cut in sified. Christmas. will be called for and delivered. automobile prices, announced last That was a three-da- y Christmas See the Rockwell corner oust by falling on Sunday, some persons Kentucky built 86 miles of rail- Sunday by the United States Motor The Presbyterian and Cumberobserving also the days proceeding,, land Sunday school children enjoy- road lines in 1910, which is only two Co., one of the largest concerns in shield'at Roark's, and following. One young man dised Christmas trees at their respec- miles less than were built in iooq. the world, making some of the best Nitics U Sf&ckfcoMers. covered that a little rememberance The development was practically all known cars, and In their eighteen tive churches Christmas eve. There will be,held at the office of which he had given a friend on thof eastern., part of the state, factories having an annual capacity in All records were Tiroktfri in the where coal and timber developments of 1,000 cars per week. The re- the First National Bank, in Green- Saturday had landed in the hands ductions range from 35 up to $.350 ville, Ky.i on Tuesday, January 10, of a third party hy Monday at noon, number of marriage llceh'ses Issued j are' ri'eavy. per car, and should result in a.heavy 19 1 1, between the hours of 10 a. m. and while he fads pleated that his in December, when 43 white and 8 colored certificates were supplied. ' Try the work doneby the press- - demand. and i2 mf an election for the pur- selection was rjet!y''coHsidered , pose of electing seven directors for tasty and appropriate, hei jing "shop operated by Miss Lena! '. ot .ex. Take 'your beef hides to J. E.j Arnold. , over the Greenville" GoalLena Arnold for bulbs ensuing year. . d3 actly satisfied with the maifrcrai Coombs & Co. and get the cash. ' 'Co. ofnte. r . 0f all 'Sorts. tfW Jno. T. "Reynolds, Jr., Secty. which it was made to travel, J pi - smmmmmmm mmmmm luc yiu6 0 .$1 X i, ; so-'io- 1 - J)3il :S'lt. Sj n .::' J J H ' Ix-per . Fair-moun- tim.tac4ekjarrkfe " , ol - s. - See-Mis- s mm ROARK Fimiture, WsJlpper, Shaded, Moldings. Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, C&skets, Robes, GIVE NATURE A QIANCE. . ... Wrpper, Slippers,, Gr&ve Vaults. Disinfection R0 Wogjan'sWoiM Mro. ShaUcc-icar- r arm 1 arid wJonoI Marks Victor o In Theater Contest. Garden JACK DAHLIA ROSE. This Flower One of the Most Profitable That Can le Grown. Farmers who grow tlowers for proflt is a sldo Hue and thin appeal particularly to some of the farmers wive ?ho live near j?ood Bbsed townsare nssured by L. K. Peacock of Berlin. N J , who produces many kinds 'of (lowers, that the dahlia Jack rose is nne of the most profitable blossoms. Mr. Peacock cut blooms last season that brought $0 per hundred, while a Massachusetts man sold bis output at Pi.GO n dozen. As to this rose Mr. PeaMK1. MAKES, WINKEtt OF lfiO0 TB.17X. cock writes: "Now, after another year's growing, 'jAeopblne Troston reauody, who la Mr. Lionel ,MnrkB ot t'ambrldgs, flurlng which we had several acres, Mtfv5., Is the winner of the prize of we can only add to the praise extend- ?1..VK) onYml by ono of the governors Of b SHfceux,flro Memorial theater ill StnitforU ou Avon for the best play HubyulitiHl for tit the the-utf- r. Tho r.fcroniTCf t n.lndh bavo Kotton their Inspiration direct from Katma Nature 1j tho pivat teacher ol mankind. Wo m lxk to Hiiturf for all our nod. war tho rcvont of tho .lapanriH) navy nnfl army tllpeovnrod lhr: wounds would hoal moro rapidly wiO with Iviior mcceas if Juft to Natnrcv. Thcv watl:?d tlie wouttda with waW wWrli luul Docn lolled aud thus ftUffllltcd- - thiTi bnr.daret! tho wounds vltli clean linen jk powerful drnfrs or nnMRoptlcnwwati.'Kxl In their Aral aid to linrh methods resulted In tho inttin-dmen treated the Ijm cf only 33 ont.of In n nnvnl hofrpltal for thrlr monads. It Ir, wily fiun lack ct olfcrvlntt Nature's .r8 that, uoi't f f i.r rnfTr nt one tlmo fro:u lirfllppRtlr.n, impuro or rrWh'-system. Mi!ru and n ifvri"y li in aturo's laboratory O.ir rrir.f f.cup In tho fragrant wcodn whrro aro tho rofts of maty Ar'fean ..ieh v.. ' pr.'ixrly trc?atcd will cup-rl- v JIuMyi-Japncsnr-B)n- K r rr.n-do1 In-th- j Our Name Jis been heforc the public for 30 years, most of the time right n the jpot where we are now located. 1 ' Our Aim ctnitantly has been to sell tlie best good in our lines, at. the Most reasonable prices. Our services are of the highest gr4c, trr wares the best, and our equipment compares with the best f the Urf er cities. We endeavor constantly to increase our Kserulnesc. hcf5ltii-ril::- g sowt Ui tfci rcrtdlni; committee, whlcfi selcrtcd t o, which were submitted to the tnke of Argyll, whose decision Is Si hnudrei? aiul ilfteen plays were ifc' b ,.juaUen piy, rtad Ptraujr, with co.TM'lnns. Ho comes to Jlimjulin and oDTers to clear that rat i Int'wied towi for a thousand RUlldcrs, moun-tpbua- hi fuvoi of Mrs. Marks' piny, entitled "bo IMper." It deals with the old Ktory of rjed IMper. of Hamelln, Tlje rluv is VP fodnced on May 5, aoronjlnR.to the conditions of UA coir.pedllohi the prize Is to be presented to the successful nuthoresu on the stage of the Memorial theater. "The J!?!" deals mainly with the wanderings' of that quaint character ami "Ms :litth charges after the poet ItruwaiBir h:d consigned them Into the UoHou uUiuntnln. The Pled Piper is tl' I, , ilrti.Ki.vi: .; his musical pJpo to do so. A up his offer. With eaoe ho accomplishes the iippM-u- t rent .hieu lias balked tho local officials. The contract payment, however. Is not forthcoming, and tho frugal townspeople olfer him Instead 15 gull-- . Tlj towu r:aps wo v. ;lora. When he protests thy threatea to stlt hH care nud tauut him with an unhuewn parentage. Matjdened, h ,phahe klnderjvell. Tlie llttl oaea Silscrtu3per'to hlni'rijfht ! tke CStimu. Id - (k'Hla."lft ue pr outfbf. the town trtawpimnt Th . ty tlicn goes to a eave.' TI ecod act shows the cave. JJIchsel, on of th moun.teban.lf a, followers, a aword falleu desperately In swallower, . love vlfh Barbara.7 tlw burgomaster8 daugUter, who was ' ot enticed Into hs '.f the , - i- i- -i Piper's train. The PJper and lite assistants do their uttriost to ainue their little followers, and the Pled Tipcr himself jnaHos Jan. tlu crippled ton of Kurt, 'n"palr yf winged Hhoes. whlch'tho lit tie' fellow want 'the Louely Man to fieo. The Lonely Man Is a statue of ChrlsL outside the Hamelln church. Michael, tho sword swallowcr, hears his sweetheart, Barbara, Is to bo consigned to, a nunnery by the towntpeo-pl- e at. the behest of public opinion. swear that thfc burgomaster r Citizens cannot liave his llttte girl white th rest so Childless. Tho Piper meets the cbantlag procession' on the way to thb nunnery nad Tha commenced furious playlhj;. hymn wavers and the marchers com-- l menco to dance. Tbey whirl ot Ilka leaves iii a tempest. Barbara Is taken away from them.- beraelt bewitched, and given to. MlcbwL who lorca her , - 6udly. " .tL' . I - ' a' : . to ( ' The bewitched Barbara, however, lavishes her affe'ctlons on tho Piper hlmsolf, who Immediately casts away the Kpell from hri and she becomes mate What all the burgh-t'. Mle1)al'3 ofUamelln could xlot accomplish ."V,eronIka, mother of, the crippled Jan, doea. She alone beards the Piper in his den, and ho Is touched "by her eplr- -' Jtual' passion. Ucflgbts his battle out before the Lonely Man, Is Mmbled mid slves Hamelln back her children Wu3Rgoes hid way, a waaderer over the world. w Many rears nrro n phyMclsnwho had an ox'uiflvr prsctU o anient? the aflllcted xurt' a strll-l- g dcpt rturo from tlie usual lutlhod? vt Jii3 eenfrert in tnrdlclno ho wont rtr.'.lplit o Nituro for tho euro of thcro RtomorL dlrort! rs which resulted so ollfn In r. ".nnrnls condition, or bltod, Lorn of opprtlto. pal or l4mp'y tLIn, fccllnf? of lassitude tnd vwilcm-ovno found that tho bark of thn root of tho tKo Jl'ack Chrxrr-troMatidrrAe, Stoao root, Oneen's root, Ulooiroet and Golden Bt'fil root, mado extract by into Kltlficnon-alohnli- c tho v.?oof glrccrIninaJo tbo best altcrar tlv ami toiiic Tho rcfr8hlnK ihfluenco of this extract is at or.co apparent In tho recovered strength of tlio petlcnt tho vital Arts of thq body burn brighter and their Jncrr.MoJ activity eonsymcs tho tlKuo ratbiah which otlirrwlso may polpcn tho system. This altcratlvo and tonic extract has been found to stand alono as a rafe, invli?oratln t6nlc, as it docs rot depend on alcohol for a falso cumulation, but Ia datum's otoi vthod of 5trcn3thenlng and cleansing. tho system. It tones up tho stomach and tho blood in Nature's own way. It Js well kaown all over tho world as Dr. Ficreo's Goklca Medical Dlwovcry. Tho naao was given to this vcgotablo com pound, becaw oaa of tho Jmportant, ingredlonts Such an was Goid Seal root. authority as Dr. ICobcrts Bartholow, of Jefferson Medical Collcac, says "very useful ae a fVowachlc tonic Cures catarrh f the stomach and headaches accont- Ir Cunylnr tlie aamn." Dr. Orovor Coe, of Organic Medicines, speaking Goldea Seal root, nays that "aa a lfvcr invigorator It has few tfiualf." Further "In cliroufc Inflammation ot tha he btsdder wo d(xm ltonoof tb most reliable agents of rure. Aa a tonic in tho convlInf?tagf3 of fevers, pneumonia, dywntcry nnd other acnto dlwviPts (tloldcn &vd loot) la peculiarly appropriate." I)r. Coo eoatinncs: "Wo would here Dxnvtk jacx aoas. add that our cspctleneft baa demon-si- rs ted the Uydrwtlii or Golden Seal root ed by us last year, it wa tae aeakh-los- r on the place, the to l a vahtablo rernody in bronchitis plant we b larynaltis, and other alroctlona of tho first to get into bloom, and every Rowreeplratory orpai." c Of service lu chrcnle catarrh of tho er was, perfect the evtire seasea, wakh ttomach ami bowoh following abaee of In oitr location was a Kwt trying ofe alcohol, a tOnle after malarial fever. owluK to tae extended droughts. True, Has a dteliaot, inflaence. the Meats were not aa lot) as they Good in all catarrhal conditions. S3 utertao catarrh, leccorrhcca, cte. Is a BUold RAve beea, wt they were a euraUvo agent In chronic dyse(Nfa'.,' km a those of 8y!via. rcogaiHi fey lIobsrtA. Ifaro, ' Mt D., Unirfif all s a ,!Mrt r.lam tower with r? Ff'imiylvunla. 4. saaay Prof. JoIih 31. PcuTd(a" Jn Speelus an later iu seaemt Heni, lontton sr.i: Jt stimulates tho M(fnM averaged longer tbaa jack rese tlvc prctwia, and. incrofisos the aaetaflla-tlp- h any of the rc9WHiael atauaarei tu cf fofd. Jiy th'io means the blooil kten. AIdxmk every speclai order for U eiwlchi-d- , nuu this blorxl feeds the muscular fyptom. 1 mention the mus-mlcut Howert tecladed tUa Jack roe. Bystom 1x?causo I bcllovo It Aaotker thing sot to bo forgotten fochi tho iRcxeaMd power JmparJl firit by la the forcing quality ef the Jack rose.. Uid ctimulatfon of Increased nutrition. which la eves today being placed on Tlio consequent improvement on tho and the market and sold at price far ncrvnis rest;' Li,glaiidular syttcxs ars natural above chrysanthemums, as it has tbat la relation to its goucral cfTecta on brill laat. rich crltnsoa that appeals to tho cyistcro. thnv ii 7U medicine in mc caanot he foEKl In the chryss about trhivft thereto tuch pencrut vnan-imlt- y all and nf opinion. It is untrmaUu anthemum a decidedly richer shade as Via toni- uteful ia oil dethan found evea la the Jacqaesslaot bilitated ataUs." many ycara rf .stndy and laboAfter rose." ratory work Dr. Ii. V. 1'icrco produced thn most happy combination of this A New Kind ef Cent Prem Chhw. oal root vllh other ofllcacloua Golrtca A stttall lot of shelled cecn ot a khid rooto enhancing and Increasing1 in xura-Uv- o powxr theee natlvo plants from our that Is new to this eetiatry was sent of chemAmerican forests l7 tho to the United States departtaefit of ically puro nlyccrlao, of audition strougth, proper agriculture from Shanghai, Chlaa, la which Is far better than alcohol, both 11)08 and tested the same seasws. it for extracting and preserving the Olyc-crl-al prSnciTilo3 residing In plant3. proved to hate qtsaUUs that o itself h Ufcful in inedlclno to make It valtwbfe In breeding a cora laflamnatlon and by cleansing tho ceodlKoM adapted te the hot and dry rvxnbrano ot tho stomach cf abaorraal of the southwest. The ptosis raised rocrytlons aids in tho euro, of dyspepsia, averaged Jess tfcau six feet end stomach and intestinal troubles. In the test Tho Pcoplo's Common Scnso Medical in height, with aa average of twelve Adviwr, 1008 pares, Is sent free, on receipt (,Tceu leaves at time of taMellag. The of stamps, to pay oxpensoof malllnRrmlw. stamps for tho book ia Jaches ISond 21 ears averaged five and oe-ha- lt cloth-banM utawps (u length and four a ad iMhes paper covers, or Address pr. for thdFkros, II.Y. volume. In greatest circa aaferesce, with six fea Mala dtrcet, Uuffakx a, Y. teen to eighteen raws of mosII gralM. r Im-pno, tcnlc Our Claim Or yotir patronage is based on a service the duration of an ordinary life time, amj a square deal assured every one. The accum-tlate- d experience; and Knowledge of thk third of a century, are ' your command. The J. L. ROARK 'ft' ORffiN L. ROARK, Manigtr Estate . - v.t- - Vi ... 'i&ftt : T'.W mJirec tors if Iff ' jSgi. ' ?mB ey, O Greenvilli Livery Go. : ft BARBOIK HEAD, Maatfcr refeaira. . TMakofitl WW dw ieefti( wfilieMai Laid aoyaewa am are as METAL SHINGLES god aa nw to-d- ay and h -- i .'t;5p& us- . Thay en B aster jrt T as For priaeajaied TiTe Srirpf&qf, ion m4 loek atfi?; fWnmpcoC and vyty etafff H4. ' laid riabs ewer wo4 UiiMk.if m , . mUiw eetaAesI tUbtnietie uetr to '7 ; at FIRST CLASS HIGH ilTEII SERVICE et7 ? I. :. it GRAIE CLOSE! CARRIAGES ' ' - Feed and hitch biisincM solicited, ) A New Newspaper 1 and gircm careful attention Day' or Night ; A New t Hcwasf, Telephone No. 182 SSfc0tSSSS urn x emmt a Pace at tha tv: 77: edl-dn- 8y pab-du- B4iHd aiW pulOiaM by & Greenville, made (tf ono-cc- APRIL Selecting; Wall Paper for one or any wmb of rooms can be, .done wh at Roark's. a ike fifty stock patterns shown there is wide Ytritty t Assign and coloring. And the goods art ready for imateiiate delivery. One great ad-- 1 vantage is the. ability to gtt wore if you and you need it, and rf yu have a ro mc se over R is easy to return sat-isiact- kn 1, . IQIOI - ooe-thl- ' ' lavItatiMis. ' .They need noC.be. aaewereu unless Wdii tho. recipient is an Intimate friead. Then a congratulatory ot$ may be . v ft. aeut. a ' fine individual, from a perfect demands no reply. An strain of prize winners, is now in Tiio inatter; of weddhiR gifts Is, of service, atji.oo, cash in hand only. course, uu unsettled question. Thero are a number of well bred The patronage of the public is persons who do not respond to an in solicited. J. E COOMBS. vitation will). a gift, bellovlnjc that It Js pbor"ta.stft to send gifts to them whom they scarcely know, but to 60 YEARf whose wedding they may have been XXPERIENCC Invited for som rcaon ot courtesy. America by Columbus. From descripI Of course life fact tbat djie Knows tions in Chinese literature cora Is fhrf rrdoui raiher than the bride known to have been established in makes ho difference one way or th China within less than a ceatary after other. It ia to the bride that the gift the voyage of Colambus. heml-Rphc- the apper part ef the ptaat the leaves are all oe oe side ot the stalk. Instead of being arranged in two rows ou opposite skies. IteMee thk. the upter leaves atuad erect hteltad of lroppiug. nd the. tips of the tearee the tasare therefore above the, top sel. The silks of the ear are predaeed at the point where the leaf btode Is Joined to the leaf sheath. This corn Js vefy dMTerenfc from aay now produced in America. Its peculiar value is that the erect arrangement, of the leaves on oe side of the stalk ami the appearance of the silks blade Jia in the angle where the the sbeal offer a protected place la which pollen can settle and fertilise the silks before the latter are ever exposed to the air. While this corn amy be of little value Itself, it te likely that uj crossbreeding these desirable qualities can be Imparted lo a larger cora. Tho discovery of this peculiar cora In Ghlaa suggests anew the Idea that, although America la the original home of corn, yet Jt may by stJme means have been taken to the eastern long before the discovery of On SOME OF ITS FEATURES . . Tk Kestffrt KH.AN2Kh1RA MA fca4 tftt crdtt. NOXAL WONDER to. 7i5W, sire - ; i lf Mta Wufcr, m DX QUALITY, 7 (j'V AMPLp "' ' . trial and political welfare .v:. fjt u Pertinent editorial comment on matters tf puUk A free wantH and "exchange" column lor vm&il mA ni m. ,- " V uhecribert, except regular dealers A circulation from the beginning, of nearhr' 2000 tLA Ty.t ' One Dollar per year and worth it ' Vf H . All home print? all the home news i Republican in ooliticg. hot fair to ercr vposlr , ..i.,li . DeVoted to the county's social, moral tAucbihxmLslmi ' " 1 fyj8t JOB DEPARTMENT ' ;- - sjfMiii rsi The Sentinel hae one of the most complete Kentucky, Thk department is under the , Y An' at homo" card inclosed in the Hay Censumed hy Animate. invitation necessitates a call within The hay consumed by different anl U) a ihe time named or. if one live mals does not vary greatly from thre distant city, a carieut by post pounds dally for each hundred pound weight ot the ouimals. The following thtvFIy. n Tha ible Is the resnft of various experi- ViftivTlio lly uion tjifc,cnrt wneel )?,nt.s by different persons and will bs (ul to farment who wish to deter-tu- ? ?'t'IfeUitiusfij:!Ti& nSaUe the cart so oa is sent. -- anteklr Mcortnln , Anyone Kindtn.' Desiqn COfYRIQHTSiC. iikctrh nd deacrtptlnn o.r itnlon froo whether m Just at this tithe we have several i SPEdAL BARGAINS IN QUANTITIES ., sufficient for one to tbrte rooms tje price in some, eases being half. Price oa every pattern is low. , ; ion of Mr, E, E Reri9, one of the most obliging adst printers in the state. He will be glad to .oj pyfamct, and to serre them when neaping anything in the jc4s dkira,i ,t All machinery .operated by electricity Our Your patronage solicited, ' 'f mtarainted frt?oo ptiil COME AND SEE, OR ASX FOR .OOKS, ;,.,., . '''' W j tloMBlrlctlycofinaei'tlal. HANDBOOK onPont patent. lout trea. Olilcst aPiicy tor ecHnns Co. recetre Patents taton thrntieh i'.uim & tfttinltoHct, without chnrae.. .In. tho . . . j jtt . a.. & A whka wit fee wtr0reqvest., . - .And inaUethewUeels so rouad. Tho4tv; unon ,fjie,cart wheel Has' won undylnir 't amo JFR' concvlt ,ilvifewaf .colosaat And Isnoranco "tbp fame rival Bjrt. toOay haJiaB ' '"'As w6 AStrHRiV'tM- history' track, Fer ta.','dAM"ji Jtoe cart wheel , ; 'itVitcn hrfWiicrthc wheels co bacX Gharltv rrKU ournan m ror - j ' vlr A .. rVj, Ijy calculation beforehand how bay wtU h!d out for the winter: ln'rse..' V'OH pouuds; milk l AnCMmrt'llmitrated wacklr. Turcot rtr- ,.l,n. .it x r nrHitillflc lountAl Terms, f a J1 ivtr: four month. $L tkfia Br scn iry cows. i J.4i pounds; younfj growing cat-.- : 3.US nounds: steers. 24 pounds; In SUNK pouilds; sheep, li prands! Ml Hie nrtlc .'cod (able are estimated as of good in:;liy. If the fodder be of poor l4ftl-- , ty ijisiw'Bi'Mst h alW.wsd. " this'' " N : tCOt!!.!? j newielT. Tfe J. L. ROARK Estate;; U isse "Qt a tooaJaxallvfc, to the bawels open and prevent tbcpoiaoM ,, iuvu inn mmrmiu vour svsrem Physicians Aiftriagr, kp st? linljiiliT rsMaMS MM Of a pleasant, aromatic taste. weMie)M Vchti set-- fin the Svr. stoiaach Six! bowtts, nd Is of th greatest pf ssibte efficacy In constiMtioa. Mbjse slsa, vmvumivmk aios ueimuw, icvBnswKe&5,,.,ccucliii.iueoce, etc. irv Tr flCZ30Ez5lP OE e: $06; matter what typewriter you use, qs for it are in stock at this ffcJl iSublcribe for Iht Record Only VELVO LAXATIVf met .. . liver mm 'jhV