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Ear Shi GREENVILLE, ; mtmk THURSDAY JANUARY 12, Muhlenberg' County auuuR.y iwi .. 1 ' 1 ' IS is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter?s clay, etc., and the most inviting field in Ken- - r : i. i i iuvciuiH:ntoicapuai anai piucK. tp JU 19 1L- ll- 50c. PER YEAR, IK ADVANCE MP Stair and room comers are kept W. BARLOW, DR. clean and free from dust by the. use E N X I S T. I An income tax bill has been great deal of pain Sometimei .. YV'ortt done at reMblf Crowt. tt of Rockwell's corner dust shield. for submission t& the Wisconsin dirouble will arise from allowing Also Roark has them in all finishes. :!. x ihiilcllfr. itj If it were to becdme a water, to enter the ear while bathing. legislature. ireetiYlllr, Ky. has the best stair carpet fastener.. , Naturally, acute ear trouble from Isiw 1,000 incomes would be taxed thl cause is more likely to come r )er cent, the rate increasing with For firstclass livery service, in- OR.. $. SUTON, tfaaa from any othei jthe income until 'it got up. to 6 per including closed carnages, call on MHyMlclan nttdl 0urMn. V" way, but a plain bath in the home .cent. IS otUni ner Xklmi Barbour Head. katk-tumay be followed by ill. It is the belief of the farmers of ! t. WAOtlMl tXA i Get a set of pneumatic rubbet CAM A.V .t ' contequences if the bather is card the bill ;that under it revenue the head may j obtainable in any other way, could tops' for your typewriter keys. Ir HOWARD he r.i.rtantly under water, or, Ifjbe had. U is assumed that the Greatest aid to operation of any Roark has them.1 and there are any waves, the water may owners of stocks, bonds, notes, etc,, machine. strike the head with considerable who now refuse, to list thtm for as you are asked to call for a look. Office Ic Crrr o:lltUXmc Mkl. hiIIis. impact, and floating particles be sessment and who cannot be made to Wallpaper prices at Roark's are r carried into the' ear with great force. do so would not hesitate to make re- OB.LOOELU Ik any case where pain and deaf-act- s tum of income which they derived lower than anywhere, and the, selecseen to be the result of bathing, from them. For under the general tions are very complete now . OSTEO PAT H .T Office at Home, Eaaf Maih'mjr.lfc. it is most desirable that a diagnosis property tax system the tax would Miss Lena Arnold would appreciaould be made quickly and treat- cat up a third or more of the income When this of their holdings, while a 6 per cent ate the favor of your, laundry work;, ment started promptly. is doae the trouble is quite likely to tax on that income would be a com- and she represents" the; best plant in 51 this territory. be brief and slight, but neglect of paratively trivial affair. If the Wisconsin legislature were treatment often results in infiamma-tio" ' Ht.rWEBI? Have you a ring or of the middle ear, with all its to pass this bill, its workings would mU. wL. other jewelry, some sil odious accompaniments. be watched with interest in Illinois Louisville 1 asd cane, umorei- verware, Sometimes the mischief comes and other states, where vain attempts la or other item that you line to:. V many years from a lot of water catering the car have been made for so 'want engraved? Take it to Roark, I . California where there is already caked wax. to get at and tax credits of all kind. WMfttamMaeiaaammmaaammMaaammaa Z and the work will be done quickly, There may not' be enough of this If an income tax should prove to b,e in best maaner. wax to produce unpleasant symp- a good revenue producer in Wiscon"clip ordiRirily, tom but the water sin, if under it the men who V Fresh, smoked and salted meats Two trains daily maM T caatee k'to swell aad press against coupons, draw dividends, and col- of all kinds at J. . Coombs & Go's FremHt Lick M the wall, which obstructs sound lect interest on notc'werle 19 contri- market. o 20 aad Vives a seasatioa ai if there bute more to the support of their were bubble or a foreign body state government 'than, they now do, 'the ear. There may not be Illinois woujd be greatly tempted to paiafor some time, but if something follow the example of its neighbor. ' ' FxraiUre, MtUis, Wail Fayer U e doae the mass of swollen wax Hnf a dozen, states have had carry ea oar i6ors and in our ware- - j . ' against the internal skin income tax lawsof onrrkind or art Wt prciMBf parlor Cy'ss MKlBa will produce a sore place, just as oher for several years;. but nowhere raoais the larjett variety of Furniture hi ; v k 1 - v,., i Kahleabrj. preecarc aaywhere else would do, has there been a rigid enforcement, BsmBsf Vx " y4n vr n Tfhave If ' and after the skin is broken it is an M thpm.' The receipts have been will we do for yo. Wliat you want, con "Vye haro fectary jet it RJJHSflP eaay atep to infection. tmull. They would not he in Wis nectioM wltk maker rSlthe flncat good; V H . v Witi the pain there will generally consin if 'tlve state 'had a good law ia the coustry, nd "Our SpecLi . Order Depaitajeat'aupply togia a thin, watery discharge, faithfully, executed. t Ty slve articlii1iia. jtfccsttitn"f?rj' stor... gffrtffcaliy growing more profuse and ''IEmBu. jaHaHmSmSBbii .what you think Wacamiag purulcat. Boasting, of saying In such a case ' :' Our Pictava aftriRooBi ac tfcU tae watt ol ta-- canal leading js often lan, excuse for not" thinking are always dJmrt.' 'i . swell so what you say.' 1.; V j te ittraa! '.tar may ' 1 - Trtriks Fit Bathing. A State IiciacTax. J. ! i mm OF DR. KING'S I. t b un-lcs- r yr: sea-bathi- S Cify, KING THROAT AND DISCOVERY for COUGHS AND CURES DISEASES SAVED HER NEW ' it j ! GOLDS I mMl THROAT -L- UNG SON'S LIFE .1 1 wm Is LUNG REM -- EDIES m "H My m Rtc wm taka dwa a year ago with loaf ixaU. Wa 4aetar aaaii aMaths witaaut iaarov'OHient. Tha I aafaa firiaf Dr. Ximg' Kew IMjcotmt, aad I aoticed a cfsaagafwrtaatottir. I kaft tali traatauat ua Ur a few weeks and now my aoa waU aft if ark trary jots. SAMP. RIP3PII, Ara, Ma. m bfthctlj 1 i V 60c AND'SMX) ', SOLD AND QUARANTECD BY All Druggists. mf-fi- .l lr sfMif - in-ai- Quarks ilftllfill W iv2 SJfos at 6mSipHJ ( S''jHfi fljBHttHMHniR V m ,H' any aF jtoe superior to have tlS.00 mattre53 adveftiaed in the to buy oajfaUk M . the linei.(an You don't side to know) of the very We'll show buy. inside important you I IxX ue pwre to you that the Stenis Foster Wiadaocgw ' jjra - J yoU atreee V Sm lk .. tirji ' S fttK dlng-jtoc- taatji i ;kaot ImpoafcibleJ i eaaaue lametiraes r ta trva tthink- - can getybur Walljc I?w 5.4 chaBdI,Wi 'tiLiXJ yv J.ale article of "erJSf.ypar f r' 'tSSSSXt ywCVt , . m' material carftWiato car by the waier, aad oce im' m coaM ask a mttter place ia w4kh la grow aad multiply thaVi At iattrior of the ear. Tat trcatawat ia either of these caM mutt arnt be a removal from 9i the wax or the foreign atttc carried ia, aad which i& cjjwatBf kt trouble. 'fMre is $tl aaother typelf.'6f faaa, wkr,e tfye b,reatk, after beinfc hU ar a ong time ia the lungs, is Jafciaiy expelled, with the 4 result air aMf. a drivea iato the Eustach-i- A and middle eawyiaf with it ecrctioa from the tlHat which starts a catarrhal the car. Xa these cases Iftafbta,. (beat wjlj fi rjajiiij aad bursting A Wi Of pftttea Rflt ie wHtrm LMAD iVbaressrinvtha'-huraa- ' lv . . I f - 'ends lei ne.ipin . af'Our lapaVI race den mm ia tkk yrt Keatacky, aad w we, ok 'ettifg ahead thaa oa zclatirtly yrtfMl to mpyly individuil u aioae. Name Pixtu, wakk we furclsk oa all - Ifac&lne la the The -- tr True chaityt wilj seek to purify the well and not rest content ixth paintBg. the puhip: , .: ' atf ta wHaaat uctra CMt. Umiertiktai m& Esfealjnisi.,. iaaaaaeea KY. m loeln liay y ft of wet wii ovt k. Lfc m Sajnie wah yoaswhea Mecf l yieft. .. V pintkw,ate aw W endw at reople piiy Jt.i jtb 5 to hear a Cletk Coverei; and Capper great artist sinitorplay one niffht. Ht4 aktitat 'Caaketa; all lengths, aid You may artists lor regalar, extm aaa aVk exta widths.' ' Steel CraTe; X1W aC all aizes coutaat-nights at a cdt of a few cents rriany immMIate delivery. for each eatertaibmeat. Get a Vic- I7 ia atack, Barial Xtkec, Wrafaen, Suits,. Dfeatea, tor aad records from' Roark. Siiaaera, etc., ia terse variety. hiar-mapy CeMac la White Xaamel and S failed Tarakk aatek; Caaketa ia Whits EaamaS,; ITataral Watf a, White, Colored aad Black PRINCETON, , J.Ji. HAYEKS 1 5 A Good Example McAJcsterv OkUw "of Painter and latior-- : REVOLV1HO. STWHC, l"iniai good example wiiat-Cardu- i writes Mrs KLT Betf," wf will do.fef saKtffclg iny-'titntf ir Decorator. TclfpsNoi-254- . MO. as " sndttthough CKN P tb s, ifc 9fim iKtMftf PQttPI- -ti 1 . ' r. MqHtncfs, or if a cap it wora; It may be pulled cWwm over the ear. . , (hw aacomfotabla Wrf Hr4 te ar Oar twe lkeand Smkalmers reepoaa at It is no use holdiag up the diviae aace ta calls far sackserricM. throne if you're treading oa the la complete aad Oar geaeral ea.uif children's toe to do it. kigheet ra4- We have a Faaeral Car ia servi.ee, sab- aaywkecf . jet t e. Ttif- HTXwa Brivata l iat KatB,tLU HWSAS CfTY, See thi! verjr thisg ia carpet s.weepeh at loark's. , lft back, for eW sfx years;, tried cyerylhing I never couW get to do me any good; until I began io take Cardufc Cardui hai surely' helped me and bwilt me up and I am so thankful that'), have, found something that will do me good. I feel so much, stronger and better than I have "i jui&red witli my head I lbng tinfe." is well to 'make up your mind before you are sick what medicine you wil take when you are sick; in ft a iuiriin AMD roe Ktrtivoar. Lftai-nisUne- 4F Wh.ile VHmamHaHaY flgaiQSt a!' ftmft mk Tk WHCK Wt I. is F tftTf lr Vwr (a qr njatf. 7 "An m p'it n ,B Mt, CttlW We Ask You 1m 'Cm?W, for your female troubles, because ve ara sure U will, help you. Remember that 'tbic great female remedy Take 37 ) V lL Mm CSTAtC. 1 to MAW, KtM4r. i AM Kit It V IIOIVUKArilV teicbctlt. UemtlM uktuteL imintli A ryUnlr' Tbe Woman's Todk: KarkV furaitarc polish is what attcr taaa the rest, aad caaataWrably cheaper, - aad with tht Waadtst faaraatcc raoaey back if. jMi hotter thaa aay yea ever used We have the great someis sold TIE IATE T CItCAf KEDllCEl, ft jwi niwtlon 'jr AmerlcanPhotcsrarh) 3 Kmm Kaitt AnNHtccs Mew Scbtailc GARDU Qther sick vomer), so why not to you Foe headache, backache, periodical pains, femslp weak - f Fares ewr lie Wajr anl toend Trrf . , Typewriter ribbons, aU rj,achiaesf; has brought relief to thousands ol You will be glad 'to take, it when. you. arc tired, erable and when life seems a weary grind. It will .put ,ncw thoughts into your head, fresh courage into your mind If not 'sick now, at Ipast burn Gardui on to the pages of your memory, so, tftat when you are sick ycu will ask for it without thinking. . If sick rir .weak, get-- a bottle today. At all druggists. Write att tint of Rcktrs here mere thmn and Chkt The Moaoa Route announces vt hat 65 patterns. FuM line fine Diners, Ojke it will henceforth sell tickets between Slaa4cr sooa dies if you take tt Chairs, Children's emfc, etc. Louisville and Chicago at one t atf circalatioa. ThJ. L. ROARK ESTATE. ,way, instead of 8 as formerly, and way to lift aaea is to The $12 round trip, good 30 days return-- j them oa a level. tar Uffas Advisory Ddft, CfeattMooga Medicine Co., OmHmmml TenfL, shm for Special lmkuemnf, mk! book, "HomcTrcauscat for WMica," Mat fm. ness, many nave jam k is aw beet medicine io tike." Try Hi bst Sold in TMi City M Heavy words ia meeting will adt wkc up for short weight ia market. Hetaay huatiag is aimply aa of omaiacieace. We fcwl the' worst in all by trying , ta get tfcc brat ol aay ee. The worst, foe yovhave it tht' IHaawa woijld kill alhyofor eaewies.. maa iato the Mcaara life fmsae-hmd the caids him'fof Materi ob-aea- lo - wooi DDES and! Btfaifrthft. WE BUY WCMtM t SiawkVwcBMiAMbiraMmMwaNiMAc.1 a4 ing, iastead,of $16. Patrons are ofMore than nine out of everjT fered exceptionally good service by ten cases of rheumatism are the Moaon,' which on night trains simply rheumatism of the from LoUisV'ille operates Compart- - muscle's, or amp. lyjtiiu.siusj, meat aau urawing-rupn- i In. or chronic rheumatism. as well as trie usual straight slecDer. aucli tret-mfe- it Xfie .day trains haveParlo: aud'D'in is' 'required. The free ing cars, and the very finest modern, new coaches. Inquiries . m ; a B answered byE. H. Bacon, D. K A Louisviile, Ky. ; MiMllal.h! du'ecold cgasMgl; Miss Lena Arnold asks the patronage of the public, and guarantees Jhat satisfactory work will be done in her ;clothes cleaning, pressing and repairing shop. nyou .t ?3 at I iff.V.HlJ 1 1 11 L J I M 1 J 1 '. sinrient s V tara 'iWlrkf cks'aaof iaar) ; 10 gaze vjji aaar cai T) pro s ? pacts NEW YORK IS THE SR EAT EST THEATRICAL SHOW TAPER prtay them. jj'i aU our ddiag thiags forp'eo acd most aarbeia mep U ; CLIPPER IN mm KILLthi CURC thc LUNCa ; couch r; Dr. King's ii,nll that ivficpded and itt is cer-- ; tain to jrive quick relief. . Givt a trial apd st'e for yourself how quickly it relieves .the, pain and aWents. PrCii 25c; large aweoc dl 1asMAKUFACTURING ENGRAVEIS. Prices Quite Reasonable as Consistent with Quality. Kagaify your pcraaaal. right's anc re arc aare ta create some' soda' THE WORLD. etrXD WKEELT, wrof, A mna may go jap whea yda typl him, bat you'caa&ot claimcredi - Sample Copy Frkk. FRANK 9CKMrW. CO. (Ui A Bissell carpel, . 'sweeper will last longer than 40 corn brooms, costinfr,ora Siitp $15? White Sewing Machines, in ers cost 3 to $5.75. See them at AM ALL.THMAT A MB LlMMTMUItU. Roark 's,, and, have other.advantages roiary. -- and vibrator; needles, 9TJAJULKTXMD ULTISFAOXOmTl than the' money-savin- g features ex shuttles, e'tc in stock for all New Discovery mm?- ' - ; . .... - uiaineu.,, .... ' ' . v Iv -- r. ,& .m ..v J" n&"ineSi ROARK.S STORE. I WALLPAPER Soecidi Prices, dt AM) ; Suti k. .... jr.'.,! . t..' Ti RECORD. An ludepexident runuiuis mm summers E Address Favoring Good Roads Delivered in Louisville CARDINAL Necessary IDEA IS Newspaper. TUimiAT RECORD PRESS, I'rval.lcat. Oxixk L. Roa.uk, t Orikn h. Roakk, Editor. Lana-DhUn- Q&w In new n&ncx roar of iore, ground floor. Teltphta, 1R Me. 72. ADVANCED "ITcTfiTS m YEAR. WYAHCE. Hevy ;.v. "A Tk twitwerlpUon prior of tbf paper Is pays-bl- ft , vn when tha time hivs expired in nrtram-olo Uici it Ih paW, ihc pnper vrlllb stopped. Ono of the principal &ddrctres at tbixnltn. obituary notices, etc., If not Oimls i'f lonirar thau ten IIiiob, will bpuimsura irte . a th congresB of tho Kentucky Good r.banrM of ! vor Hurt will be wade for Hueeee d log ItueH. No variation of this rule to myopv. Roads association, hold In LouIsvllU Kmc sainplt! copta will bo timllK last week, wag ma.de by Harry A. Som. Ajtf TftrtMumentB wMl be Inserted. A rate ewd wtrt lw fnrnifi4 on mjuent. mcrs, or Hsabchtown. Ky. Mr. Som . A?IUrrftncommunloattoii ntul make aUve racrs has given this subject muca 15CCOUD TRKSH, MlltaRCtte puyabi$. ij Ky. study and Is an authority. HI address TERMS. Tax Would Not Be One, Said Mr. Ismmin, At Centres ef Kentucky Geed Reads Assoelstlen. THHISDAT, JANUARY 12, .ih cip- a . ifci i ,i ig m ' Euietsd at thi 'yrcnvUlc. Ky.,po-toroor,iHl v winattar. promiriv.ni 1911. i ? , ; V flying men S$vekl lo qijit sensational per 1 hnc atrecl forrqfitticcs. I'b. reckless,ones have l)ccttjTntyvell eliminated, anyway, it Is tli ijht, Vuccini, who says this. couutry .as no music except that ol negro or.,in, can neve? have heard .thnt exquisite ballad, "Under the Yum Yum Tree." Gbn-;-n- crozy in its;cft"crHto capture two .snorchistr have fcccfc the citizens of any of .vour wfesteW border tottns, even xVhpa'tfurtf.vsre at tbc. wprst. was abouVVs " That iaan'Vho' Uecp an automobile was trying t on a salary ot $85 a month vas evidently one ol .tuose hopeful creatures who believe that two can live as cheaply as one ' "In Adams county, 6hio, so many men have been convicted cf vote scfll'dg that ,ip somo school district? ,there arc norcri6uRhmen left with the franchise to compose as board 01 trustecu; and the "women arc to be . la favor of tbo good roads Kovemeal was as foKows: "It le evident that in Keatufky have done those thlnrs whfek wa ought not to 'have done aad left un done those things which we aaould have done. Between our political feuda, our blood feuds In the woua tains and our tobacco feuds ia Central ad Weeterm Kentucky we aave re- pelletl both capital aad lmmlgratle from our borders. We have neglected the educ&tiet of our ehlldren until illiteracy is a re. proach to the atate. We hare left comparatively untouched the great wealth which the Creator stored la the boweU ef eur a&ountalas. W hare shipped out our splendid tlmbei to he manufactured In other states, instead of BNtnufacturlng It at home-Wave legislated againet the rait roads, those great pioneers oC prog rees and development; instead t e eouraglag them te extead their Usee. As a reeult of M tkl the ccstnis f s urec show that only three state ii the Union have a smaller percentage of growth, than Kentucky. Is It not time to turn over a new leal just be fore the New Tear and use to the full est extent the great advantages wnlch nature has laid at our feet and whlcX ejHWtvnlty hs brought ( our deori "In my humble epinie the first an4 greatest step fer the material derretec meat of Kentucky wu taken laat fan at the good roada meeting when thlt e that every state which "haa granted aid has made material progress. State nld is rut absolute ncceeAlty to secure good roads. Wo will never have them In Kentucky without tL It moons, in 1 the first placo. that the roada will All parties who are indebtbo properly built This has not been the case In Kentucky nave with rare ed to the firm of R. Martin ' T ..nontlnn. Ttiii n.viuuiim t will uuk vim oiui tut? & (q. nre earnestly requtat-cd.t- o wasto rrom incompetency, out it will call and make full setalso Btop the grnft which has been hinted at as existing In abme counties, tlements as soon as pos"Kentucky, of all states in the union, sible, as are compelled should provide stato aid. for the rca- ! to collect all outstanding no state has such a great son that j dlffercnco In tho wealth and poverty debts in order to make set- 1 of our people. We havo one county tlement ipith the R. Martin j whoec asecssable wealth is over, f 200, estate. G00,008, and a dci:en where the a s8Bment Is lees than l,0(K,QOO ' Tha CO. R. MARTIN ' principle of atate aid haa ,been recog nlscd in Kentucky throughout 1U en' tire history. Our public school system lests upon It and without it'h&lf tho SeittKt SsrMfli. counties could not maintain 'publlo Giving is the secret of full living. schools. The slato, Instead of. the counties, under oar laws, pays all the Many a silk hat covers a mercerix- pauper Jury claims, witness' claini-Bclaims, circuit judges and'eoim cd brain. Idiot monwcalth .atloSncys,,.alarles , and A good man only punishes when many other things H Is so embodied' he dare not pardon. It In our laws that the state is' the that it la almost fundamental. The '..iforlde .never "forgets those Compared With tone. Tax. ( " who forget themselves. I t NOTICE! I Hear varied tor sc ma EttSsTOlBBSSSlBSB lections on the Vic talking I nt chines at Koark's. The world's best music, as well as all the popular selections, speeches, bands, orchestras, instrumental solos, quartettes. Victors range in price from $10 to $100. Victrolas $75 te 350. Large library of ree cords and all kinds of talking supplies. v ma-ehia- MUHLEIf BERG COUNTY SAVi NGS BANK r Appreciating your past patronage we solicit all or part of your J future Banking business, THOS. E. SUMNER, Cashier. . r , THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK cegr m was called and fcVtiV X tevernment statlBtklaTuhe.'j "There M X seetidHlpiN estimated that the bed rae4e m the ef the bill te he ilsreeesd wsatt te a Tpu?lfsactir 1 h7re M.hiirtmpation UnHed States eeet IJJ.M per oaplt n section that has overfeohed by 1. ...1 only eeet i . .i'X-A '5Ji.! that much many, It I the sectwjet wttkh pro Ct,t, , f miit: tittc a;iu uunn:iutii to do year. If theythe people half paying in Kentucky are .reoetvenny vides that "no county te pull threvgh the year more man z per cent m ta f 12,0OO,-'.TKv: fttlc wa 'Com?; tebk With mud. lund. Thla ntnte fund will be Ap proximately J5OQ.&0O. and 2 per; pent ef' 'MeV Th; sRjry sbOulc never havt Bad Read n ferpetwaJ Tax. X 10,000 Any oennty recetv bceaitartn Vhrioufirivincr full de The cost of bad roads le a perpet- - It will be maximum amount will be dit'ors will nal tax which ean enly he stepped by lag this :v;taMiso'ReiiYitc' out the state treasury more the building of ceod reels. Seed drawing paysof in unleaa the aesessea ,ue vuaet susotcton. only stop the tax ef bd than it roads not of the county is tS,toe,0 ro&de, bnt they Ieereee tfce value of valuation 1 "The Sen Jncl, pas the land more than the rea4a eeet cr more, in Kentucny wenevve-jeeneighbor, than ten counties where the property in They arf great moral factor aad like Is valued Rt S20.000.W o JwOre, nod : joinl thcgrowrn? rinks fi( the the railroads are great lvllrseiw. dcpa&deat newspapers, announcing would be the only ones- which "The measure frajned er your eon these ilajt 'week that in future the policy sMeratien was drafted by a cemmlttee would ot necessity contribute mere to , the road fund than ths could draw of Oef paucr wonld. be alv'nj lines ces is ting ef Senator Joe 8. Boswerth, from it All of these. rich counties p ; frtfrom party politic. The con- - ef the mountains; Judge. James P. hve lance cities in thm. These cities Gregory, of Louisville; Mr. Geerge F. ves'jibn of thceditor has been slid- - Pickett, of the Bluegraes, and the have been built up by the country, aad more than right and dei--i- t jshoped that it is complete. speaker, from Southern Kentucky. It k te nothing they should help to bulla that In turn ' XVh wee framed witheut regard te any par up. a The Record was cstablisl ed the country, for the reason umtin ticular section of the state, hut upon n dozen years afo as "an isdepeBd- - the bread plan of helping every part in the end they would b seems st ,'cns newspaper there were- 'very few fit Kentucky and the commonwealth "Allow me to refer fcesHir f&m ' in the Kate. The ranks are thm yet, as a whek. The committee endeavor school system again. .Under the pre- .f ed to make It ao plain and elmple ha a tvjtae' cecruits are joiaiagand in syneeels form that It could be sus- teens df the htw a tax of Hofcent the all the property4 time-- matters political muy be edi- - ceptible of but one eonetruetlon, the is levied on state aad paid into the state treasury one the framers Intended It aheeiM StoctiUy handled as any other news It te disbursed according to. the num ber ef children in each county, and the on a'fair, hoe$t basts, ;free from have. Kentucky le a unit. Outside the county does not have to ratee a single prejudice or fjivoiitum. state a citlsen Is known only a a cent to get the benefit of thte fund. whether he halls frees the The state aid to roads is on a much pumntajna, the Bluecrasc or Western fairer nrooosltlon than. thte. It pro Urr toht M. Ken tec ky, Ko man ean rwe te d!- that not a dollar of the taje. n any part of thla common vides shall go to any county wmcn My new "burr gmt mill is in oper thtctien money tit A v. te wealth, that the Jus tor ef his name .ntioajscall n yoUr merchants for not ehed upon the whole atate. No does not cover it with either 41 or $X money, to be used m the jHyiiue Flint meal. Also ready to great crime ea be commuted In the pf its own of the roads according jeeaiajtructloti furnish; the pbkj with chicken feed meet reme-t- section that the shame of In 001 words, , Its' ability tp fall upon KeaHueky. We jf It dees the stat puts up 4800,0u a year to (. need, to give force andveffect te the wiu nuiUiintT. rno cour.n sid Hj.US.. r ., motto ef our state, 'United We Stand, have-t- read up from ??0O,WW 4o 41,M. h A. Shaver put everywhere, 800, This means that in. ten.yeAra' Divided We Fall aad rem the BtaMdy to the Mlselsslppi, there will he from lO.OOft to 11W iimiTi ,tavee eheuld a united .ad concert miles of good roads buiH in KntCkj Mr.M'Arwxif: Make your home as ed effort te pet Kenteeky wnre she according to the direction of a 'com preperry biloaets, at the forefront ef petent tlYM iwr nm enfweer, modern foryaew family m a city en Stattt. meat approved methods of refta cvuw- and .fclaoe yourself in State AM Net New. fag. Tfete wl do more t- develop fUtjaoky and to enncn .rt wan me The queetion of state aW te ne new say Over sixty millkma have been turn anxou $t mmey spat .la way." 26- bd accotoplisted by mean of our appeeprletid by the varietM etaiea tei nLkiir t V ;tttlKp.Bone service, which you and fHe nnten to aid In the eenetwiten fit Thirtytw Jkaiac1 metal kithwayi. , . , yun nciguuurai c get tur at sum are nWmc In various waya in. the V'-j re ; thst is small compared with the ben ef roads. I have the Taken up as a stray, by Hanson f ' efits received. Call or address our port of the federal highways 4epart Jarvis, living two and one-hamilts ment at Washington City, which shows :i office or write direct to head what the various states are doing In North of Greenville, One Steer, wineare-s3 J nnnrlArc' 1Vri.ucEJ S' fnr this direction. Maryland ha appro marked "upper bit in right ear" prlated for thte year 3M,0ftt, Maes white face, white liac back, red sides chueetts (MOitW. New Jersey has years old. Valued by X,S59,?35. and has appropriated and about 3pet vil," 1i; V"".bo' ?t present enjoying telephone for 1119 $39,00. In this connection 1 Will Hut' McDonald and Warner lervi-e,- . ; we; can immediately interest would say that New Jersey te the Boggess, at $10.00. The said Han-no- n pioneer state in granting aid, and a a ?y - m'.voj. Our lines cover the States of result it shews double the increase of Jarvis states under Oath; that tic has not altered or changed any of W. - ' ' t ..eMtticky. Tennveesee-- . Mississippi population of any state on the Atlan ' the marks of said Steer, New York has approtic seaboard. of Dec.- kjjio' V . and Illinois. This 20th day priated 114,000,000, and has set aside of Indiana Hannon 'Jarvis. ; , uPdkeplaD'Tel. & Tel. Co fer thte year JI.G&O.eOO. Pennsylvania, j the second state in growth In the east, ' V' X levobcppraed. ) ? Subscribed and Sworn to "before '. Vwi baa. aepronriated $8,221 ,000. and for the year 1910 si.000.000. Washington me, a Justice of the Peace,by Htan-io- n want ssttisaellon, take which outgrew any of the Pacific vio Jarvis, this Dec. 20, ioio.u V tatea, has appropriated $6I0,(WO for J. H. Lovelv, J,Pt' M.;C'. so on through a long and S&rfjfc litjp' Kord Jirps.t say tnat no siaie mo C ill on Leslie Hale, next to First made material progress in 'clonal Bank, for candies, books, road building, except those states alLorti. fj an4 j jundrics cigar's, t6bAccd, tL yrhUh Jmy callM lUeial -- M!MkU. ' appointed to draft a stat aid hill foi public highways te be submitted to it U Is not my purpose to diftcaee at this time in detail tke value of good read r tie cest of ha-- one. I merely wish chosen.- te eenpnasKe tnat ead roaaa are a heavier tax upon the people than any 'Ax casterrr paper 'rcpurts that a reasonable tax which may be levied to secure good reads. The reerds Kcntuckryvieditbryhas rUctivcd tbc ot Kentucky cost the peepte b4 n mere irsi; spring, pocriMiuintr gcasun, aiiu nually than all the atate tax, the state tax and t teewnty tswei eea trcrirnJcs, teste vcferjrai a eemmittM "1 do not believe thai there Is an Love for the truth often means intelligent man within the sound of liking for my own natiens. my voice who would openly oppose the Most of our thorns get at as in state school tax of 22 cents on the f 100 because his county pfrt Into the our attempts, to sleep on reses. THE SATISFACTION state treasury more than It drew out It lakes more than pious vishbone No men has ever advocated the repeal in wearing well cleaned and pressed of that law. Any candidate fer the let to make moral backboae. lalature who would make the raoe A good many who are saying clothes is one that doesn't end the upon the platform ef the repeal of the school tax because his county did not "cheer up" ought to cask np, first time they are put on. It's a get back as much an. It p!d In would The more yon think of meaey the daily and hoarly pleasure that one Whyf be overwhelmingly defeated. Because it Is recognized as an abso- more you miss true riches. experiences constantly. Isn't it lute necessity fer the rleh eoantlea It is not what yon say to men but worth something to have your gar Kentucky to help to educate the what you are to- men that counts. of children of the poor cptintteejn prde ments cared for by people who are to maintain our pubtl' tekbl system. . Life is all wasted when every tointerested in your appearance, and Nearly halt the countlec In Kentucky day is a funeral over yesterday. are aa helplese to bnll4 goed reaii It is always niUck easier to re whe knew novate do the work prop without atate aid as. tkywtVi Wb 5 roalnUin public acheols wltheut tite write a creed than to keep an alley rly. aid. Realizing the value which atate clean. Bring is year V6rk or" we wilf aid has been to .other ntatep ne one It's no use landing recording ft In Kentucky except sail fer and deliver it. Telephone X can object to upon the most selfish motive ot per angels if you're afraid ef a buiiaes T Ne. lag In a little more late the etate auditor treasury than they can draw out, and GINTEEL TAILORING CO; I do not believe that Kentucky Is go $ TOAD SX05. , FkOPS. See Coombs k Co. hefsre yoo lng to be governed by that narrow o 17 people who are cry- sell your beef hides. ille Merc, Bldg. n 34 Gretnf aplrit Those few ing out against the small tax of I .eenta on the 1100 from selflshpes are crying out before even their pocket books are hurt We- - Relieve thc rn etate supervision In tho cqasbruetlen t roads would save in the rich comttlee ' more than the tax they" pay; thiat the end the Increased prosperity of A sere'eg sms is itr d el' ever. Ke ma em he the pauper counties by the buildlM frM wk Kwia vith tee treed wife te ef good roads would soW. take many 6f them out of tie pmyiret,'ad iM sVCMe4s)Jk sMmK 99 vVs9sMtthfJsjf tjPssWsss) aVy(lk that in ten years, the s4a4 wewld bf She Wn M4tim4 MtrMtea. Fer wbhmefcsj snewnst paid back a large mtereefc on the 4Ma)?lulBr4sssV sB ft lMs1 91 5rC sA9sJsJ(4 money invested in readei by net inft.1lyj i' vaUmtiea ref peferit creased when vhe deeen'P ssees veiH has set iaeerfeeeese Twe INeCeml 9k - GREENVILLE, KENTUCKY DIREGTORS G. Dtkocaa G H V. A. Wickliffc, Marfcki, R. T, Martin, E. J. Purycar, C, M; Martii Jnsjy ; T, Reynolds, Jr. ' ' . ' X: The standing and responsibility of the men ? who constitute our Board cf Directors arc a guarantee' of careful, judicious management ' " ' ' --1 t t t . AVti can do rort l omi m and see you in si Tailor Made Suit. - 4 tvVL.l X . V 'f . Qur eleanint: and pressing department is tinder rtesHilv? 'sspervjsiort, and irork done by a competent hmr. jp. m. . rn jsancmg, jaaw sueef, Tslepaene Jfe. a . - - wrteaviiM, jky. No Man is Stronger Than Hig Stomach ilmd eW IsssjbsT ik'-'- i 4 CULTURED HO -- f.Jl,lj. HsHHSL rt - n bn ait -- ' . Meeh aW'iMSaWi Si V'te'teeisd; Se Suftiswe awmSesI te .. ; , Maws essmfar mmm M, PU JTedVessr SYeMe BiMvmPH, 11 ef jsba seenwVest mm4 M$&0fp stersMM ef 0$&09I4&QB isUMsf JMssftaMirssW Jsf 4MsarSlBft-es- seie. it wm tl ; imam n ftwBM"fsH")l4B Yen eea't esVrd le ate apt a W9'e4iV'vr'J KW'sMsTIsI ttliMm4 sVbe Mim, GITM Me aim, m tmk witxhuc sir. MMJU.T dt isle' tUfirm, jieiriJeai MJtB MTXMMQTW :"-,- .t sey thftby OsMsf,PlMtT)isrfV mrt seseram make a Htete bipisr sreaH. tebetkale n a tkevjb; the rea prisd e wk- for Shte ardent dsslif V' ... e JRARDI GRAS CELEBRATION NEW OILEANS, fit. 21-2- 8. -! jst Dates of salts February 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, and 27. Return limit, MarcK 11. W. G. Cravford, Afent, MYKnriieiAXYi.,$m . FARE H1.TB i. . l .4 rvf , iU ' r. , -- BLACKWILL & kOM Uit writes A The Victrola adds to the refiBtrnent of" asiy )omti because it plays the very beat music of the irorld, an si the decors cause its artistic lines 2lve it a natural place 1 be',' ; Ken-tuekie- :.,... GENERAL INSURANCE We Tepteseit A tioiis of the cultured home., e The Victrola plays such a wide range of music, yat must Use, food judgment or your rexrord library will be im- inense.;' Irc want to help you select them, and since 'wV can help, yon. know the merit of each Victor record--we ! .it. 7 iv VICTOR PRICES SAME EVERYWHERE?-- ' v . r nt i f Personal service here V; ' "THE" .ill;- r- - . - - tle.tlKs! Jsssr Ms i fvi mi 'city - tKtCi. tf H.T ffojKrtyv 'ESTATE l kt lf FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY AYE l)S A CALL :- CABJ5SGE VIMSS, mSt PROOF SATISFY CUSTOM GUARANTEE!) TO rxOU THE ORIGINAL CAMA$$ flAT -: BONDS LBAKTiiMaTWKWtK. KOffr i.n fMEU YU TINT INSURANCE. eil.irnj ujiarrt vocairo). voi;ittocki ; . . BLACK WELL & ROARK , - Sfr W EsUMiehsd 1 1SC. Paid InInCapital Steak fSO.000.00 ",M. M.AMT Ai" 6REEHVILLE, , 11 trr UtftrX rnST HltMMMHttkMluUU 7W Vn nam rhraa f ant sf CsUusTS SdHsd rr Co XhMwtirtltjfM Mf SS1SSM iHry xf ry A We rw tmU Was. C Cernty Box 373 Yoofes 3. C v; tins mMVfean.v pt - WALLPAPER Special Prices, at Roarit's. Subwribe for ?he JRecord Only SPc 'iiis sWssaiis1' 'v!t " jLm m1Xn.m3. I ?Wr r?'-- ' ftr fin - TiiimmslsmnMsmnSMT'rwiii ' im--'- '' -- Mr dTTfMim-mn- r 'ITTlTITgMWiirMMMMailWMgiiMlfiiift''1" ' IB I v 6 '"jsm f 1 This is die chief ft oakeJJay roods ROYAL Baking Powder Jj H Made fcora An alarm of fire shortly after 3 o'clock last Sunday morning quickly turned out the volunteer department and hundreds of spectators to a blaze that destroyed the stock of L. Hummel, general merchant, and damaged the building of Mr. J. G. I ) Chatham to the extent of several hundred dollars. Whca night watchman Tinsley discovered the fire it had gained small headway, and while the volunteers made a record run; and soon had two streams playing jgj on the flames, it is thought that the stock is practically worthless, from fire and water damage. On account of the nature of the stock dry goods, notions, shoes, millinery, etc. the flames spread rapidly and were quickly destructive, while the water caused much necessary dara-age. tities, and the p'ric triC.&refavorable tothe-jMi- y ComQ FURNITURE, DIRECTORS, Private Established 1879 and &eKUs WALLfAPER EMBALMERS Store. I I ft The J. L. Roark Estate!: FLfTEAL J2;Hom, 108 XRK Manager t be. ORIENL. RO Hon. W. P. Sandidge, as judge, opened the winter terra of Muhlen- .berg circuit court at i o'clock Mon day afternoon, aad the court room was well filled with people. The grand jury was empanelled and. gives instructions, the petit jury was choie'a, and the business of the court was started in full swing. Hon Randolph Mallorv, district attorney, has been a very busy man, and with the assistance ef county attorney T O. Jones has disposed of several cases. There were the , is.'usual Ja'rge number of continuances, and a few very .old cases were filed away. Al?olfowing. arc the jarics'; NO LONSER .... . .. nukm EXPENSITE ' ' Y. M. C. A. NOTES. Try a the wtrjvttVL markcWa; . Matliis,'fortfmanj JoihrPoMaimer, Vlv CorncU.- - On next Sunday afternoon to have been cnused by an "overheated stove, which was located in the rear r the building, in a corner, and near to the side and back walls. State fire marslal, Mr. W. F. Nei Kirk, of Louisville, arrived here Tuesday afternoon, and made a thorough inspection and investigation of the matter, but has not an- nounccd his Opinion. . Mr. Hummel has been in busi ness here about fifteen months, and had gathered a prosperous busi0 ness. He carried insurance o on his stock, but had nothing on his fixtures. His stock invoiced about $8,400 the first of the year, and his fixtures; were worth about $600. Mr. Chatham carried insurance df $r,ooo on his building, which it is thought will protect hi in safely. The adjusters have not'arrtved, but are expected daily. Mr. Hummel intends to coatisuc in business, ad will do so 'as too' as ke gets faU affairs with' the imjuraceTpople . .adjusted. This is the Arst actrcaaufo'' nre The origin of the fire is not known, but is supposed pot-tively bVlockatthcY. M. V.. Mr. J. G.ItarUcy, Jr., meeting tor men A k.U lrKot .f. Vh h U ' h"Z? v Jahn MkmmhtMy Pure jfr The only Baking Pow- M dec maoe from Royal JRJ Grape Cream of Tartar Ifjn fg !J ahiJ.bdys .it&JL-- . 'Jv k 4 f JJrakesboro, i'VSfe:' ' ;t h, . in spite of its great superiority to all other methods of illumination. JThe inventor of the Tungsten lamp vhich requires only half the current of ordn- ary lamps makes electric light. ' injj nov really the che.spest as 'well as the best See us about ...using it. Plans' for lighting your home, factory or store free for '? - 4 , , . J '? ''" ' V, V :Vthe,j&kinj(; u' PovcU, C. ' ; If j IP J i ml Grapes 5K Km Umm Photmhmtm fl to AJhjm J) Humility and Forjilveneis. Aa theat arc exemplified mqre in th.3 life. chJ Christ than in any other prsrn wh-'- -' ever lived. It is very impnmsU; we study them as lived in MU; tht bring a friend with. you. teams in the ... ' . league: Owls, . NefdWor a'ifwuig ir.achincs " ' o.-fc. Loveli; 1, K. i.'yipe, ), . - Ofilcu Houri:- 'V : ; .1 , ' v 30 ' 11 io a .t. w. to 12 H .m. m. a- ' : ' ;, ' ' , ' r" ' .... 1 $7,-00- 'Hr b.il! ;'" "bt r..si'is ;f,;iO t here honi cases. ) I vm - Y,L, rcWotl. T lcKie. ,1 ft IViiiiw Ytti&titi't&. -, h. Vt&tri. ? r 'I, Tfc& o.AiVt icbVlie J:.. .;.- V 'Bitten Ian. 5fnrkbmW At Juoio.r.Uktt tl,011" BW"W Jf. 'i.respect tc maybe, " .f.o'f1"11"0":- - ctir NOTICE! witl attend One Mr. OrknL. Mc stmt anntml Furniture Expotkhn Aw Ctttasf injmmtarjt, vthtre hundrtdf Of HMMAW WWK HHMw .ymJwlWya. ,r flW r? e MHM IOT JVPTHW mmm jMmmer. ttdt jpcAn OWfclV far foods Alt Imc tmMck $imJ( awc ctvrtfkt aNmMm i Rrk Eagles; ' ? Buzzards These games day night Visitors are always welcome. In the carrorn contest C.ury, Rt)r rxt. forfeited to Speac'er Pannell, leaviiig Spencer and Oliver Kirkpatrick to Oh play off for the championship. last Saturday., kre,crowd of boyd witnessed Jhe flrstgame which went, to Oliver Kirkpatrick by a scoreoff, 1 ?.rVS i.A.itoiroSw.thiwa, vd: .tiWW., nun. . . doctor, siockhs4icrs Savings iasii- bsntrd was chona: J W. .( tW Mtlkr, Asias, semi-annual tfJ r r.VWfwirUrjvrTcr aifd Mr. td( draw a "pistol on a train, and, that Trrof5JJh- - Rus"5UvilIe 'at- - msunt;wnpaid by. Walter Newman.. 'Jocllrosk confessed to selling it. . goods an Snnslay, and a 35 fiat Ford doubtless wiped out his profits. Eck J)pjti, was tried, on a breach ol pease ctarfc and fined 5. Doss wiVnat Reseat, and' his bondsmen. 5 AVsus5cff kwo nasi Jack fjme )aM not '1.. iEvidcjijtv t' in. Vimlcss , and without T.hufip.s al.oag piirpiw. jek, through' wik ctffjl ou: ?a5tiu'no appral fpr syci-path- y hni"ione..for')i.elp,.t ,a.s far lrvm. liiiman .'aiil Hina.busy stH;- Ka'if.'heeVe dinging to ice. oakc.in ;he arc.tic se(43." - ' ari Moore. dividend vas declared aad a,oo was added (0 the. surplus fund. A Tcry year's bnsiaisss was docaasi the outlook is highly yomistag. 1'he board of direetors will mast nt once and elect omccn for the yoar. The regular tac-.es.f- ul JEh4ss)biy.:it-aot- ' apr fofttria 5 :h ls the pitf: Get the 'saKe ring- - drinks, at.Losok v Sufferinr is?a .f ; trfrosf, siksakstaf hot. Hak's f atiwt. " f . caaia t W awrtclK by a fire-Ug- h r ' .PI0?.abl!. Jg - g J fbVFearsttiilhurVaaim town ik'tavc' P ifens Chf Isliate AiKiaio'T . s, - capital .r-- sf men, , I. h 51 njf Aua.Jbuurand,saoGh j atw Haiaayfflt, ty., Jmi "fust- - ukely it is itched ' 'r ' in the field will cause mental men who have ineiws.vs won sue- ' . Jobn Dawney, on a breach off, vrHTmiV. matckltti its nMC WM"a re, is ,a machine rusted and nffgVV r t v."! worth, as without it there is ao com- 7V , aione, ana a .meiwucraaip ;. America . a ii'rmcnailtfitts'ttnd'Uut nowerc r . tv. xv. nits iicicia j .v .t js. lMc x. 4itn in. rnr iirri'u.i human, MIJ KzprwM .1 Jtaii posting what havoc aad loss would f J J nan ana torce ei L.I a muuuu men snu tri!U fej I .Qua Arnold. S'L-T....l.H IlfNM a public crossing. f'blotking served, frozen, anq hopeless. He have resulted. ...... boys. These msn thread the voca-- j ....THh tOMtnUOHrM Gee. Brigance paid a finc-o$50; acknowledges that'he has no claim is growing, AtunfobHe' inteiest tions; they are a part of the fabric on .the world.. The dusty brown mi JLfSjaiittd imUftlis KaYil CM. f(5f'triamg ia a sudden aftray k.W w Cairo aeeeai k of a nation's life from the grocery j i r.tpuljeosas ' S Oriwtww 8eell i;1 'habby hat palled down on his AlllMltotlll tM... .12.WIMB ' ftaVfUndolph was fined f5o,for Mr. C. Taylor received a store to the university hall,. tke mine! 2.40 m aiHw e. ZtttaTUle hw, head is dejection; the. blue and red ..1 J w ; a breach of the peace. telegram yesterday k arming, from to thenianufactory, the. railroad to'j txrs, lyircadtfjcre this'eatrS1 W.OCRxirMiia, Aft Mf,m. face which shows beneath it is suf' 'u Y. Thomas announcing the battleship. It has 700 buildings Hon, R. kJoka Brown disturbed the .peace fering; the fringe at the edges of his that Mr. Thomas Taylor had re- costing over Jf 79,000,00s. j13 These HB.m.uuvr"wl"un to the value of $20. worn clothing is poverty; the holes "Vefal dsvs; 'following freezes, ceived the appointment as naval teeming centers are equipped :' to in the frail shoes destitution. cadet from this congressional dis serve and conserve the young men TbMrfavwr and rainrhave tn?de mud If you have not He is found in many cities in the J .'. trict. The news was a matter of and boys in the sensitive and sha- heard the Victor ITKIYXXSX. qvl or bread line, iu the entrances to buildBY MCWARD WATSON great gratification ta the family and ing period of life. The employed talking machines, 0r splaadid ment .again proved ting equip- .- . -- . 1 1 : 1 , i T iiu 5. f past' week was a tMrUaimoM W alllcinds and ths Is bases msrkot ruled accordiglf. Two ssks wsps held on the looso fioor dariat tM week, about 25,000 pounds bssaf oftered, aad thk was ttsouf at tks following qtotstkstt: Trash 4 )o sTi - : trntvJiitre'wllKKfft -- isst 1 ns III j - t OII-D- Telephone $0'5 and yourfaundry to the wid circle of friends f the force of 2,927 men, expert in the atetMtt Wt4Mt GU4r, editor of tM Ca ' WWIIM MX MM. Mr. Taylor wjll leave science of directing Christian serv will be called for and delivered. appoiatce. Mt m Xrtk AmmMc. m4 he vm well t wtek for AVasaiag!oj wkverc he ice, are trained in its institutes, tmr m mkmmomim MtlrltlM t Nw Mr. Clarence Summers, who has animal 1m V yrnluc! Vto, mwn m M te our towa HMt m We bmk dys - thjr lore, tfcjr woH. e ce.k Mlxty e VlMMgfc wImm tkr UyIhc light kkth.ntMse;, 1 M aweei XmA fme k kiwWe lr mt ThM MbU to W MMHtk MM lMt ml hi tTMf tt t tlilue TkM iuWiiii )re ltW tkat glre ' hB Mm)vc wwikni-erla- AlTlll f. 5 v Ik trrWt to Mkck imhI UMt lives. Wt Ikek tbM for tk word of mlgat m 4tVm n4jtht. TkySyhk mm Bfke wjnmk t)M trvatxt rulca loud tkjr tkrwie who bowed. Ot ynffciU At Btontikl V(ki, TW 1wj tke m1r v .r 1ji yywr Mf SVmmI TWfi TJijr ISktK, Tfcy lore, Tbyvrsnl. we Mr e a dure; M17 iterr a t',Xoril. ke pure, Imc ' JLwcoxd 50c. per year. back on repdrt for his work pre par to taking the rigid examination required of all applicants. He is a bright, sturdy) young man, and possesses the physical and mentel re quirements, and there is no doubt that he will pass the examining This is the board with honors. second Greenville boy who has re ceived this honor,- - the only other one being Mr. Robert Alexander, who thirty years ago was appointed, qualified and served with distinc tion. He. was last heard from in South America, where he was em ployed in an important capacity with a large commercial enteipriic. Will ry conferences and schools. Announcement has been made of the; State Convention of the Yj M. C. A. of-- Kentucky ts' bs. held at Danville, March It is hoped that a fine delegation 'from the Greenville 'Association may attend r this convention. . I i 16-1- Give us your job work. Mr. W. A. Young' suffered the loss of a fine mare which died this week. ' . Give Miss Lena Arnold- - your Your, patronage solicited by Ford laundry; she represents Metcalfe, of S, it E Hot drinks of all sorts now at 1 Ford Broc, 1 Hdpkinsville, one of the best plants Bros. btincH tq H ale's, fountain. County TjJnon will be held in Greenin this state. It B4K Wtm springlike enough for ville on the last Friday and SaturThere! are manr callsrHpr co Mr. Clair DeWtt, who has been day in Tnuaryt xgi, to CCvrapkt tfct MMi' sky or so., 'I now, andj several wagons are kept in Xorida .ttor)sora.e moahss now t,h,c .or,k b.egan in regviUr session Ths IHI Thcca5tU k Lireitl: Ink'imki. ' . T' . ' . 111 J .1 irisi. AM:wrk gnaranieed at Ford Bros. located inJTa.rnp.a where 4he is key on ' .!. ana t)in ... We are in receipt of letters adMiss Mary Irvin Davis, daughter busy in this work. tAs incrf wui: in gay be work of much importance, L vising that "all the tobacco shipped and mail, clerk1 in,; the Ta'rhpa of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Davis, of ' lany wagons carrying moyers Hotel, one of the celebrated winter Court crowds faayc not been large, Springfitld, must Insist on. locals sending a full from Greenville and South Carrolk Mo., and Mr. Clayton have passed through, town during hotels of thp Alligator-state.delegation, So kt every member1 ton has been s'old. Those who deDuncan Haden, of Drakesborp, the past two weeks . j livered at South Carrollton can get T.'F. Doss, Pres. were married in Sti Louis at 10.30 get busy. TtW 'ifey, ar ttisg noticeably - Cit'y Restaurant, in the Lam buildtheir cheoks now .by calling on Mr. o'clock Tuesday morning, Jan. 3, U You are invited to inspect the' lattfj alsa4ly Ye had Sunday morning, .tbe first C. A. Liter. ?We expect the, settle- the bride's mother .and brother and most complete kitchen,- cabinet on ing, oen0 a. m. to io,p. ra... Meals 35c; short orders of all kinds soft fire loss inn business. 'hcAise since mcnt toGrplnlle; be Vcidy on T,A.'tmt 1mm and baby a few friends attending. After a the market Roark. ' drittjis,, fruity, candies, etc. Special attention given to peosde. stay of several days in St. Louis July r6',y 1903, when the bjockjr about the ra'tbt of t next, month, I ' ctrriwii at Koark's. ' final report from who live in the country. Ford the bridal party returned to Mr. from the Muhlenberg County "Sav ., Hope to sooa-geThere were fewer, jockics here MrCC. W. JLoark aad Miss Haden's home at Drakeiboro, where Monday than ever known at "the "Missnia ri eltsley, who for mgs Bank, corner .down to Ibark's j Karles shifm'eht .alsb. Respectfully, was burned out. This is'a.njaryelVi' Many who' talk abo as. some yeafihasbeen studying a be holds an important position with opening of circuit court. MMMt JAssrarsrM. L.ouisviiie tor one of the coal companies, and attending schobls in this ous record; There havebyert'r' trust would bars; J. F. Doss,- - Mgr.' saw .skys hard timssic. where he is popular in .business and counting for Vs5 bicrettSk Mr. Rufus Deropsey, of Morgan-fielstate und also at Los .Angeles, Cal., fires in the business, district', and a ' I .75 Balk Mlksjtr Sak. was here a few days this week where she graduated, has'just stood few residences burned but Greengwv.i. been coming in live-l- social circles. The bride is well Ts4nmo known here, wher.e she has made with relatives and friends. tib is weak, stimulating gca the examination before the state ville has had fewer fires the .past dgi Japlu. pay tt. to 5. Is ass Have 75 good' mine mules, run- frequent visits to relatives, and' she board, and passed with , a hiqh cade than any city of like sue.ip'. ning from 48 to 52 inches JMces great artist sing or play oc aJf h4u. ial track, conditio. is very popular with our social set. lhc census department is now average: 'She will Jocate nere tor ibis part of the state. 4 now, ntt -; to 110. AJl'f&aMutced. Rich jYou may bear nssny artvats ss SavttyMtr haiae ' by having your From all quarters, arc congratula- giving out the returns for the smaller pracuce-wttmaay niats at a coat si a .towsosris. her sister, JJr. Louelia improved water service, we are" not - ri LeavelL Hopkinsviile, Ky 'iBarkky; Bros, da tions aad best wishes tWistr. extend- - .cities ot the state,; ana wesnouid li citsiAV.. and?'.mi nravea uscnu likeiv to nave. any more general cna . for each iehsinsneht. G ot a VkA JfcM..MMiirt4L J' I ' attd' fleedftd 'mctober'df, the firm'. .' irftagrationsr Old jipcts fdfVale at this oftVfce. IttJr ikd rscr soon know" how ta say we are. foss.lis'rk TrMM .arc w getting i 1 deadly-appearance I . t - Mrs. T. B. Pavis, of Springfield, Mo., is here on a visit of some weeks wun relatives. ings, in the municipal lodging house, call at Roark's. If or in the police stations, in the'bride-wel- l, you have heard them, call again and in any shelter be can find often; they never grow tiresome. and, occasionally, . dead on a railrecords and all many Large library of been jn .East St.. Louis road track or in'the'snow. kinds of talking machine supplies. ' No one ycars,v will retuW, thic lattej part of to waste sympathy on, the .moathivitVhis iamilyta his old Certainly no one to assuredly. Briift CMHkMtd. hbtne at'Eariesf and will agin enter waste sickles, dimes or quarters on the agricultural ranks. The bridge over Pond river at unworthy, without a doubt, but :T. Johnsons has been condemned, and j great in his ability" to sustain mis-th- e 5 Those wallpaper bargans atRoark's government has discontinued fortune and wonderful ia his capa- All last-seaargreateithan'ev.er.the raral mail route between Haley's .eity to carry suljEering. Untrust-Mj- ll son patterns .'must- be iclosed out to and this point. The public is worthy and richly meriting his ca- make room for 191 1 goods, and still usins; the bridge, as it has not lamities we may concede, but pitiprices bave.bc cut.to.lowtst level. been closed. Plans wil be made, able as he 'puts himself in contrast at flpc.eby Muhlenberg, and, Chris,; with reliant, successful, competejcU Afr.-'Vy0. Belcher and family Ua oaty aurioriIt1Us;"tof provide. af. active men who marfh by hps on hive moved into tleir new hotae on(: ncV bridge, and. an : ioa structu the street. erry stret aad are, enjoying, the. ?f ill He is failure,, and. that, no, matter Thf .resen,i ." cdmforUoMn6defnf.attfactive what. th(j ca.ueV whether by misresideacijlatT a public improvefortune o; lack of character, is sorment antliaprivate joy did tragedy. t W 5;ii: ss 7.5; ix. The sufsTorable wsctks k aL that keeps down these ssks. Bnyert arc still active in. tbs country and are buying tbc cross rssdily at from $7.50 to t".5 tac drcd for the crops as a waste. Own ing to tke hsary sslnf sa4 hss; been done purcatm ass mvw few and ttx hstweta. j G. B. Bingham, gssrtl sscrotary of the Banters' PrsUcUrt tion, has aanouacsd that thaA ization expects to cotHil at ksst 60,000,000 poinds s4 Vobsccsi and that it will fee o4 o assy ftaoH types and. gttsVts aad khef arc pectins; pssaaa to mk s aX of kf ha X, iag c- -. it. hh 1 - -, - Club pressuftf zi Ford Bros. rattt t use 0MNt tk, iN' Jti ttd mm, - 4. ' "?.JW isa : VVV Hon. R. Y. ThossasoMrCi and- Vack Jos Cauao arsr ;qhJns;, and- there asve bssa severs! s.tosjks sst oat from Wsshiuftoss about xihe seciaj mtstiags of thssa two men. The lavsst was JMftb jSorfaMnt last week,, aad recks ths foNowkifs R,eprssntalva Bsb Thomas aad; Vnck Jks . Cannon were passeaticMs together on the way back to Washington, lob paid for the "saw and: Uncle Jos. handed him a foasjr black cigar which has such that he doss not know what to.do with it as he has not felt robust for some time. He has decided not to ran the risk of smoking it, and probably will keep it as a souvenir. Its. d, . afk as h -- : ' . i vy. ? v, .' J ' ROARK-Fvirnit- qre, W6.llp8.per, Shades, Moldings. Undertaker's Goods? Coffins. Caskets. Robes. HOW SHE KEEPS BEAUTIFUL Wfner 551i 7 ' Breeding Stock For Market Value In this period of extreniely high prices for feed it becotn4 a leading question with the stoclchmu ns to whoiher or not he can afford to mako a specialty of feeding stock for the Many think not. Probably ninrfcot. no one fnctor la of greater Importance than the character of the animals to be ftl, whether horse,, cuttle, sheep ' or sr Inc. reading experiments on nnlmaia for meat pnxtnciton hae generally shown that the hroeil iloot jiot phy so important a in absolute gain In weight as rnixjtt ho supposed, For example, Qolatciii and Shorthorn floors fed side by, ride with the same food might make much the same rclatlro galus In live wrisjht. Animnltt of common or native stock wore iituong the poorest In average dally galu In live weight. That is the case, as might logically, be, supposed, though U Is not Invariably so. Cattle of small tire of dairy type will nt best make a poor showing in llcsh production. Another and tnest Important side to this queotion Iniolvlng bfceillng and fowling Is the diameter of ihe meat derived from lLo animal. On the market u atrer with plenty of Aberdeen-AnguShmhrn-or Hereford Humor and Jtr Philosophy ft, SMITH HEROES. OUR Tha Mystery Solved. Liko tho flowers tlint bloom In tha the young girl just budding into womanhood ia an inspiring eight and Bhe is usually beautiful if. she is per? She staya beautiful fectly healthy. just so long as her health and constitugood. Let her be nervous, tion remain have backache, slccplees nights, and how eoou does it taku for wrinkles, crow's feet and dark circlc3 to appear in tho face? Her cliccka wcro rosy until she began to suffer from woman's weaknesses and tho confeianfly recurring pains arid drains brought her quickly from tho beautiful ago to tho prematura middlo age. It was not meant for women to ouffcr bo ft is due to our unnatural, but civilized methods of living, and to tl'o fact that ills which bo maty neglect toon lead up to larger ones. Nothing so drags n woman down as those constantly recurring periods when Bho suffers mom nnu ir iro from a chronic conditio:; that can bo easily cured. No woman should tako r.ti alcoholic compound for that will disturb digestion, and tho food ia quickly compacted and becomes hard and to'jgh In contact wilh alcohol, rendering tho food indigestible. She xnurt go to Nature for a euro. Tho nntivo Indiana of early times were far from wrong when they medicalled a ranrvekumly cinal plant w Squaw root "what tho physiciana of our day called Cahlophyl-luor Blue Cohosh. Thi and Black Cohosh, Uoldcn Seal, Lady'a Slipper, and Viticom root, are important ingredients of a wonderfully successful remedy in niodorn times, namely, Prescription. Dr. Pierce's lavorita Having mode n specialty of the diseases of women in the early sixties Dr. Pierco eoon found that a glyceric extract of these roots with Hydrastis or Golden Seal and Lady's Slip'per root, combined in just tho right proportions, made tho very best tonic and cure for tho distressing complaints of women. When women suffered from backache, weakness, nervousness and lack of Bleep, it was usually due to functional trouble, therefore this prescription directed at tho cause cured 93 per cent, of such eaees. That is why Dr. Pierco soon put it up in a form easily to bo procured all over tho United Statca. Aching from head to footthat ia tho condition that afflicts some women at stated periods backache, dizziness, and pains almost unbearable. An honest and a safo remedy which no woman can afford to loso the opportunity of 19 trying for the euro qX .these distressing complaints 'whicTi weaken a woman's vitality is Dr. Pierce's Favorito Prescription. Dr. Pierce not only assures you that his "Favorito Proscription" ia honestly mado, but hp lets you- know Juet what it contains, Tha best of medicul authorities reonm- saend and extol .the virtues of tho above Bpring cffi-ctivm - WCAe KNOCKING I Our Name has been before the public for 30 years, most of the. time right on the spot where we are now located. . ' rnllE tnud allnjrer come. Taking refuge In Uma. And tnrowa'at cur hero HI tubful of slime. He pours out his vials On uifn we adore. Hut. iithAW. If they're human We love them the morel Our Aim cnstantly has been to sell the best goods in our lines, at the most reasonable prices. Our services are of the highest grade, ur wares the best, and our equipment compares with the best of the larger cities. We endeavor constantly to increase our ' usefulness. . I I i v h , ft. . r. prt This Hcklnr the flrltlah Was not. you mutt Know, A job for the Infants Or men made at doogh. It called for a prople Whose veins ran with blood. Not men like this dabbler in scandals and mud. There may have been (ratlins;. For grafting, we're here with the ancients, titnee nations of nltt. , But what was a trine Uko thai to detract From deeds so heroic In word and in factT With all of their falling! They suit us. you bet: With all their shortcomings We honor them yet. 80 valiant In batlls. t3o tender of heart-Hurfor the fathers Who gave us our start! told.-Was rah Our Claim he V. On your patronage is based on a service the duration of an ordinary life time, and a square deal assured every one. The accumulated experience and knowledge of this third of a century are at your command. MmmmY- - J. ROARK Estate ORIEN L. ROARK, Manager portion of the bld. In those enlightenedclan matter penwhere eeeond pwifl oouforrtutlan. ftchc. the world mmxage etrates, highest ptlco That ts because much and its with Its emancipating guaranteed recipes for rice of hi far Is distributed on the outside manof ;he rhr nnd on the hack and fleshy pudding and cures for freckles, type kind is uot worrying to any considerparts, vlu'.the native or dairy of of steer h. las depostcd iuterually. able extent over thela upproacb ns the J bright streak that known the comet. s. Camina cf the Comet. FURNITURE tsttMskf li?9 LMi D mm TekplmKi: EALERS IREC TORS m sol Slit j 71; Hmk m The inhabitants of the earth go about their work, buying and celling (resh and ntoroge product, marrying and being given In mHrriage. dodging creditor and going fishing, an though time were to run on forever. If the conipt hits them It htt.i them, and that Is all there Is to it, .Meaiswhtle they know they ennuot turn it from it courve by ntttiing tin pans or faying "Kule. nienic. mlnle, mo." backward. Countries that still depend on a last year's almanac for their college eduperturbed cation' are cmnldernbly Some are selling everything they have, ns though It would not matter when the Unal crash came, whether tbelr wealth wast in nr'tunl cash or ytill iu secondhand furniture. Safe Ittr "We giv a gintrantee with every boltle." "And If It doeut cure, m do I my money back Y" J "Ceitaluly. provided yon bring back the medicine."4 "That looks good. Give me foar bottlea and I will have a cinch o HI Greenville Livery Co. , 4 BARBOUR MEAD, Manager I t IA I f4 - Var TRHS X. lafreaienu 1 LlI J m WV- - vaa METAL SHINGLES arc aro aa enn T mm bw huiUv mmA Vm j 1 - J; . ' . - I ' gt IS FIELD. . with) a tnucli greater percentage pf three." waste. 'tftie butcher- finds a thicker, ilnor fleshed, .cut pX meat with the ani"Why mal of beef' bred lines than fit the othCATTLE IlESTIKQ x Explained. do they say that truth to '' stranger than fiction?" er sort. "En.iy." In goueraIthe precdlng stalemeat "Well, proceed to explain." lias txiuitj. unlIcaUouifor sheep and "If fiction weren't laliaitely mora swise. It s true that in this .country ranjre sheep "vvltii Considerable Merino probable than truth, ftctte would nevqaUy er be so able and facile ai to 0 cos blwd will glvei latently nlsplace trath." . good gainst for .cofe'ifHued as pure will some o" pur. well brals. Weuld prew. If the above stotettents are'cnct. Tes. we have been fahtat.w and they are, as bapd flu much ex"Any luck?" perimental evidence, thejtt!t Is largely . "Just boom wlanows.", a question of typo of function ihat the "'ever mlcd. They will ' feeder must;. couakl.br. How Is 4o to by tho time yem get hoiee." get the rigjit sort, of, animals to secure the best' returns,? He may buy. Ferce ef Habit feeders In the big' Stockyards, and tha "Heard about Jenks?" y of bettor they. are-th"Is'o. Where is he uow?" Wood they wJll.shOYVf andJ$ well fed "In thje Down and Out clsb." higher the prlcethej; will bring the "H always was such a Jelar.' ' The "butcher wbtn turned off fat. tthtUtfJ-"welfattened, knows nt .once He Data. typy. highly bred Aberdeen-Augu- s Man- wants but little here below Nor wants to 00 it long. And let mo say, 'twlzt me and yes. He wants the salary strong. tbe-fpo: kou. v lta e more-purit- 1t.mnnU ATfvHnl Materia Morilr Iee, Chicago. yiys,6f Golden Scalr "Ik la aa Important remedy In disorders pt the woaib. In nil caiarrhalcoDdltlons." Of Lady V Slipper root ho says : "Exercises special influence- upon nervous conditions depending upon disorders of the female organs; relieves pain, etc." Prof. John King In tho Ameuicak Dispewsjl-Ton- v, says of Black Cohosh root: "This Is a very uctivo, powerful and useful remedy." Plays a very Important part In diseases of women; la tho painful conditions incident to womanhood. In dysmenorrhea it is surpassed by no other drug, being of greatest utility In Irritativo and congostivo conditions." "Its aqtion Is slow, but its effects oro permanent" "For headache, whether congostivo or from neuralgia or dysmenorrhea-- it I promptly ctiriltivc. Dr. John Fyfo, of Saugatuck, Conn., Editor of tho Department of Therapeutics In Tire Electio Review says of Unicorn root (Hclonkw Dloten), ono of tha chief Ingredients of Dr. Pierce's Favorito Proscription: "A remedy which, invariably acts as a utcrlno (womb) and always favors a condition which makes for normal activity of tha entire reproductive system, cannot, fail to bo of great usefulness and of tho utmost Importanco to tho general practitioner of n3odlcino.n "In Hclonlas. wo havo a medicament which more fully answers tho abovo furposes than.any other drug with wlilch In tho troatmcnt'of diseases peculiar to women It Is seldom caso Is seen which does not that a present soma indication lor this remo-suinvfg-orator .Tt . - wr l '" ' I I atlac rt or iaoanwiisnM. ' Foe priaaa and cXhar AttaiUd inPSHwatSq appl to 'r'.' v . 4.; FIRST CLASS LIVERY SERYICE HIGH GRADE CLOSE! Feed and Jlitch btjiness solicife g; m. dexter k (o. mm, '"il Jf CARRIAGES :"A New Newspgpe.r' A jtyew Ncwsyapcr , thff ";.--'Y- Telephone No. 1S2 ' NTINF idited aftd ecnyiljc, !r,Sl fished mac Q. Pace jpeat;ance its APRIL, Selecting Wall Paper for one or any number of rooms can be done with satisfaction at Roark't. In the fifty stock patterns shown foe re is wide varitty of Assign and coloring. And the goods are ready for immediate delivery, One great advantage is the ability to set more if you find you need it, and if you have a roU tr so over it is easy to return ' get credit. k , i, WW : . agent" al asm l SOME OF ITS FEATURES . All home print all the home news Republican in politics, but fair to everybody f DeYotcd to the county's social, moral, educational, ixkfcipk..'.V trial and political welfare Pertinent editorial comment on matters of public interest A free "want1 and "exchange" column for use of all ef ' subscribers, except regular dealers ,r .: ' ' A circulation from the beginning o nearly 2000 4 ' One Dollar per year and worth it J"jp?v . - Tie Retire. WIAKD-OM- A BOAR, PERT PARAGRAPHS. A large brain toa't necessarily elated with the big head. m Knowing bow the rick mb nakea a living is knowing hew the peer doesn't. mi NOXAL WONDER Jd. 74,5tf, sire 1 o . U :..- .. al There is ealy ft tatag barter than keeping moaey, aad tbat te fettlag it Meet Wjptfer, "; o D ' JjAMn-AND, SWK3 IK PJLSTpKE. LVrain Breeder's Cazetfs, Chicago.) Prsaperity hi a good biof; but It a fine individual, from a perfect Aonm't aeeaa to be strain of prize winners, is now in quite stroag service, at 1.00, cas,h in hand only. enoagh to give it The patronage of the public is to poverty is the solicited. J. E. COOMBS. Belag eatltled to a thing deeaa't aeew to bear any necessary rtHtttou to abUlui Bff.it. tm QUfEN QUALITY, JOB DEPARTMENT nr- -f . 'TO, r. rn nc .0 oenunei nas one 01 tnc most complete jod oniccsms? t'x western Kentucky, This acpariment is under the superyity .t;'r . 1 f 1 . Y:: -- sVli VJL 111 $ Xt$ XXwUWf JUW VI llv i WWliUi ' R1JU W.llVCU. , 6 , blood will tell. t "It la a slugulnr thing that so many people will persist in 'keeping low We would all grside. unprofitable stock eVou under like to pat ourthe best of circumstances. The resulta selves ia bin place 1 SAUK of careful study of many dairy herds prerle4 bla place Designs in. this country have shown a large Copymqhtsi 4c. is a pleasaat ese. number of cows tbntdkl not make kct-tiid ducrlntlr.n may An row sonMn a tuickir artslu our opinion freu vthetber an enough milk each year to pay. for their invsittwm Upmbsbiyj titnnttle. Ileitis cbabby is soaae wea's toag keep. They wore boarding at the exUoiiiurlctlrcouUdoiittuL HANDBdOK oalstnu sent fres. Oldt teener tor tccqnncpnteiiti. rait and ether aaea's oaiy salt pense of their owners. l'atenu taken thniuuh Munn k Co. recelro racial notice, wit hoot ctinrso. la tbo We uecd to make at more careful InIt Is hard to teU why we are here ventory of stock, to weed pu the unprofitable ones and buy or breed a and not nt all oeceaaary. A tinadiomelr UlBstr&ted weaklf. Tyvr et of anr sclontlSo louraal. Termij3 a a profit maker 'Xype your; (our saootfes, $L Sold ball notride&lera. After winter ceWs spring, but of high class. Not only shouW one It is a long way after. 46tudy his own herd, but it wllL pay blra to Investigate the market and get He who talks and gets away will try clear in his' mlnd,1lip type that la ren-- : to bunko you next day. Ering; .a profit and then secure No matter what typewriter you use, iWhtiro ono pursues such a policy;, as .a ,g.c"neral ruje. the use-- of higii priced Anybody can p ley the fad, bat few ribb ns for it are in stock at this eIngi stuffs pays;, .otherwise ;Uot: ' xetrecore frost llie fwMJc. . OillCi. . I steer or Southdown wether or Berk-shir- e barrow Will kill out ainqng the best. Jt la ubsolntely a cas w'here printers in the state. He will be giad lo see his old customers, J 1 MS 60 YKARf tXPIMENQK ) Just at this time we have several , All' . . 1. """ . ' I' '".'-- l SPECIAL BARGAINS IN QUANTITIES sufficient for one to thre rooms the price in some cases being half. Price oh every pattern is low. COME AND SEE, OR ASK FOR SAMPLE BOOKS, which will be sent on request. faction guaranteed V y ?;i scicmiifc jimeriCfttt. 'The J. L. ROARK Estate. ilCZ30IZZl TO soma-..tim- ttie use of a cood laxative, to keep tlte bowels open and prevent the poisons of rrtisuljt ' food from gettlnglnto your system. ' J18 Utest of sdcoce Is VELVO Laxativa Liver Syrup, purely vtanUsh. nlntli4.' ; reHabte and ot a pleasant, aromatic taste. Velva acts on the liver, as wM as wi ss stomach and bowals, and is of the greatest possttk efficacy In constipatko, iasltssWia. biliousness, sick headache, feverishneas, coBc.flatvrisacc. etc. Try YF I Physicians Advise g Puct Z it Subscribe for Bt Record Only 50c. VELVO LAXATIVE LIVER SYRUP