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Muhlenberg County is rich in coal, iron, timber, etc, and the most inviting field in Kentucky for investment of capital and pluck. potter's clay, VOL. XII. NO. 48. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANC E TAX SYSTEM Address of A. Y. Ford to the Members of Kentucky ; Press Association. PRESENT . MODE COSTS HEAVILY Tax Revision Does Not Mean Exemp tlon, But Fair Apportionment on All Kin of Property It i Meant Uniformity. , Louisville. The following Is the ad dress of Mr. A. Y. Ford before the Kentucky Press association at tho gathering In Louisville: The tax system of a state deserves careful consideration, because the power to tax Is the power to destroy. and a tax unwisely laid may easily drain the life of a community or kill an Industry. Approximately 120,000,- 000 a year are taken from the pockets of tho people of Kentucky for the sup port of the state, county and munlcl pal governments. It Is lncomprehen elble that a thing which means so much In dollars and cents to the peo ple of the state Should generally have received such scant consideration. It Is difficult to understand why It should ihave been so hard at any time to secure from those charged with the 6uty of making our laws a careful, thorough and conscientious study of jlhe methods by which these large r? are raised. We have no special .complaint to make of the way In which these revenues are spent. There has been no considerable extravagance In the expenditure of our public funds. It Is therefore time that we now stop to consider carefully "whether these large sums are raised by the beet, possible methods, whether they are raised In a way that distributes the burden fairly as between the owners of various kinds of property, whether the tax laws impose the least burden consistent with the demand for revenue, and whether they so distribute the burden as to offer the least possible hindrance to the development of the state. Where there Is competition between communities such as necessarily exists tinder modern conditions, an unwise system, laid without due consideration of the handicap Jt May Impose upon the community in, k )wrp competition for new popula-w Industries and new capital,, Job, way tlr prove destructive of mid-wintproa-jFtrlty- J' """VTevIiJon Th mrt ' -- Daw Not Mean Cxemptlen. ' i 1 ar tn.of the tax 'cntvwfcy t. llJjMMMbU!. fttrn TMni !.in'rrroif .'Klfjfl 61 jn favor know tt from ejtaractprizrd In sonw Quarters as n nppnt for an exemption .f '.capital from taxation. Thero has recently appeared In the pres of the state mi article from a jrentlcman for whom I have the jfreateet respect which reveals of the spirit m total mUumlemtanillnK and purpose of this movement. In thla It la dclared that the attempt to article revise the system of taxation In Kentucky Is a part of a Renernl combination .of capital to secure exemption from taxand with ation. X .atate deliberately, abundant full onstderatlon. and havlofr to know whereof I ipeak. that '.no advocate of the proposed revision of Hh tax ayntem of Kentucky has ever wujtffested that any class Qf property fithould be exempted from taxation, 'l The purpose of the movement for tax .trevlslon Is not to secure exemption for tCny class of property. On the contrary, the purpose of removing 'It Is for restrictions so that the lcriMa-"i- r may have power so to vary the methoA and the rate that millions of of operty that now escape taxation may be tnade to yield a revenue and hvM relieve trrn burden on real estate. Our present system haa ,utterly failed Jn rMjr respect. After nineteen .years of trial we find It has practically broken down, a far as concerns the ralslntt ot reynu tram stocks and bonds and oXhcs "fr rproperty of tfct inta.jjglfcle AA.es. in easily be Shall we merely keef Ofl yviih ttoe Ckj? .eyatcm that hna failed, ,or siaH w wake v.e ourselves free to tr' methods that succeeded elsewhere In deriving larjre revenue- from this kind of property which .eecaiw in our state? J make no appeal for the tax dodKer. I favor no exemption iof any k14 of property. I advocate n tsystem that will make ,ovry kind of property bear a fair share of the burdens srated according to Its capacity and by a method fltte ts iti fkjmracter. Faets and Not Theories. 'Theoretically, under our .preitent A&Wj r o property Is exempt. Practically, our present law, millions .upon Only about 6.TM.O0n of escape. were for Kfd. thU Instance,That la taxed In nlj year. manifest niunKty. Iet us address ourselves to the .facts. Let as face the .conditions as they re the laws of economics and of human t as wc blnk mature as they arc and tkey akould be. we fev l ! The system of taxation Kentucky Is what Is known as tiio Gen Tax System. It 4 nl Propertycame Into exlstenco amany which property existed In simarmrs aico wh-ple form, when most that a man had would be in shape of lands and houses nd live stock, or a stock of Roods, ot other thlnsrs visible to the eye nnd easily pur. &sesed. In that day It served Its been fairly well, but that day has system which suf- 4aiur ouUcrown and the ' lcd then Is now"be!nr iccnerally aban doned because it has been found Imposst 11 to adapt It to the many new lormB of .property which have come Into existence the tremendous Industrial and com- tmrctal development of recent years. We ve now manifold forms of property Htiat were not even dreamed of at tnt the gwral property tax" came Intc 'raver. Tne iieveiopmcm oi rne corjjora.' Hlen with the varied forma of property ollowlnsr 1L together with the wide ills- of securities, hsa .entirety trlbutlon complexion ttianM the of taxation or arrairs. de JL- srstem whtch could rive revenue from lands and houses anil Mmt kinds of visible property, which flxod. galled down, and unable tc leseape. Is by no moans fitted to derive a revenue frota bonds and stocks and moneys and other forma of intnngibl 'personal property, Uko bonds and stncki iand mnay and notes, whloh can hld and will hide whenever the tax rati eomea hUh enounh to take what th owmt of the property regards as toe targe a proportion ot tho Income from If It could not lloat Its bonds at 4 per cent or less. The lnivltnble result of these changing conditions with the tax rate going higher and the yield from this rlass of property going lower has won i nut me owners or this Ulna or. property will not list It for taxation when tho tax rate takes anywhere from 10 tu 75 per cent of the Income yielded by that property. Therefore, more and more og mis Kind of property ha gone Into hld- sucn property jorms eviiik. ami ery year ifiouKii a larger part of bur total wtnlth. It yields steadllv a smaller pro portion of the totul revenue, nnd th'j nunien or supporting the government falls more ami more heavily upon real estate and other forms of property that . can not oe nuiiion. It Is In order to cure this Injustice nn the evils nttendlng It and resulting from. It that the revision Is urged In Kentucky. The evil has been corrected elsewhere. It can be corrected hen. The States of th union ura lapwiiy abandoning tnis sys. tern. No state has ever succeeded In de vising a system of penalties anil assess mi'nts or equalization that could compel this Intangible movable property to stand nnu oe inxeii wnen tne tnx rate nmnunif to conflpcatlon of so large a part of tin income. , How It Works In Kentucky. Now let us look nt the situation Ir Kentucky The state tnx Is CO cents. There you. have already a tax rate qult as high as spmo classes of property cas easily stand. Hut we do not stop thcrA T'nder our law on top of this state tax must be put the county tax which, taking the state, over, will aver age not far from 60 cents. This gives ui a tax rate of SI, too high for many, an the process of hiding gets well undct way. Nor do we stop here. On top of thti state tax of 60 cents nnd tho county tai of 60 cents there Is still Imposed a loca, tax ranging all the way from CO cents t 1.K. and sometimes higher, and witl every 5 or 10 cents added to the rati more and more property 3s eliminated bj hiding or undervaluation. The ave.ragi tax rate In cities nnd towns of first, sen ond. third, fourth nnd fifth classes it Kentucky Is nhnut S2.22. This amountl to about S per oent of the return fron any 4 per cent Investment. It amount) to a little under 45 per cent of the rcturt from nny 5 per tent Investment, and t you a?ly it to a 3 per cent Investment such as a savings account. It takes near Iv 75 per cent of the Income. Not cvei the wildest extremcst would propose at Income tnx of 45 to 75 per cent. Vet th.v Is what we try to collect trom sonv classes of property. It Is too much M expect of weak human no.ure. It Is i stupid defiance of economic laws as wel as of the law of human nature. 'U'hfi any tax takes more than 10 per cent ol the Income from any class of property, undervaluation nnd evasion will hocln. The larger the percentage of Income inKen ny a tax tne greater Inceptive to evasion, undervaluatlnn- - and nerJurv In order to escape the burden, until you reach a point whpre to pile further tnxes on a tax rate already high does not yield a proportionate Increase of rove nue. We Have Tried It Nineteen Years. We fixed this svstcm In the new con stitution nineteen years ago. Our Intentions were good. We ncted with the bert light we had at that time, rnfortunately. however, at the time we adopted It. tho system was being abandoned elsewhere. It la not yielding sutllclent revenue for a hampers Industries, state. ?tregressive the poorItman. It drives .capi burdens tal out of the state, or Into forms or Investment that do not promote business activity and do not furnish employment to labor and do not develop tho resources of tho state. It Is a mistake to stinnose that It in thi rich man only, or chiefly, who haa a cause of complaint, against the present tax system. The rich man can take cjw of httnsclf, and does take care ftf him- aeir. lie unders'atx ti tnx irwi, or if ' or range his invest. to tell him how menta as to be in n safe position when the assessment time rolls around. It all else falls, he can move out of, the state. Ho is smart enough to "put tho greater part of his estate in forms of property tnat ne can easily conceal rrom tne assessor. The poor man can not do these things. If he has been fortunate and thrifty enough to we anything at all. generally It first takes the form of a savings account and then of a home, lie knows little or nothing of stocks nnd bonds. If he has a savings account ho must conceal It from the assessor or give up practically the whole of Its yelld In taxes. If he has not saved enough for n home he still pays a tax on real estate. for every man who lives under a roof must pay this tax, whether In exchange ror a tax recipt rrom tne snorirr, or ror a rent receipt from the landlord. There is no escaping IK And If the poor man in Kentucky has tried to buy a home and has made a partial payment on It, he nnds tnnt the notes representing nis de ferred payments are also taxed, and tne lender may be trusted to arrange matters so that the owner of the property wl'l .stand the burden of the tax on those notes, practically maxing mm pny aouDie tax tp tne extent oi nu unpaid purcna;e .money. crellt "ffertr ta constl-.ttwfjon- al dol-ja- i un.-4- rryll-dlo- Ker-tuek- y ys-te- .jat fpriy. I The Gap Widens. Even In the earlier days of corporat development, the misfit was not quite sc It Is Teaf by :ad asbonds nndstocks and year, hownotes and ever, personal froms of 'ther represent aIntangibleana larger prop. per. larger rty com. total nronorty ntre of the by year, at tho ot the tlmo, same Tear imunttr. th demands for revenu for public such as rood roads, good schools, MC, oeaomn nonvirr auu ma icu. inn ro higher and higher. At tho sami time ths ylold from bonds and stocks hat jgrowu sanallor and smaller. In earllci 2aya railroads thought nothing, for In atance, of Issuing 7 per cent bonds. any standard railroad would coa Uer lUclf dUiuced la tke mUtar i ! v. .Costs the state Heavily. recently that the J .have seen It stated system has driven assertion that our tax capital from Jvcptucky and keeps other its a raiHi;u irum juuumiik m rwriiiui-n- j bald assert ton iot resting on facts. I have stated Jefoe, and I repeat here. tnnt aoo.u,c wiree joaro ago oy correspondence and .otherwise I personally traced more than 4ye .million dollars of capital that had ,peep Invested In Kentucky, but iind been re.ce.nOy closed out and taken r,oro .the stjtfe because Its owners found that under rrifre advan tageous tax .laws elsewhere .they could get greater ylolds (front their investment. This ' money was not taken from the large centers of population like Ixjuls- vllle. It was taken from small commun ities where the withdrawal of S100.000 or S3f,ono. meant a rather serious contrac tion in tne avayaoie .capital or tne community. We Need .QuUbfe XUpital. It has not been long .since I heard the very startling statement made by a speaker at a public gathering that we do not need foreign capital In Kentucky. I am quite aure no editor of a Kentucky newspaper will agree to this. Practically all of the development ef tho resources of Kentucky that hns taken place has been by the aid of forp. eign capital. It must have been We did not have th capital ourselves. the If wo do not get ItIt from all. outside, we would not have at The development now going on In . Eastern Kentucky Is almost wholly by means of outside capital. We need this out-- 1 side capital. We want It to come. Wo want It to stand for Its fair share of It .Is not the burden of our expenses. proposed to exempt It from, taxation In order to get It, but It Is proposed to the taxes upon eYery form of capl- tal that comes with a reasonable view to the profit it expects to yield Its own- ers and also with an eye put for tho competition between one State, and an-- 1 other In tho advantages offcrod for such investments. Soma Absurd Results. Let me point out a few of the absurdities in prnctico in enforcing the general proporty tax In Kentucky. Let us suppose a man with a thousand dollars In a savings account In Louisville. At tho prevailing rate of interest, three per cent, ho would realize In one year thirty dollars on hla savings. He would pay X do not JM.65 of this S30.00 In taxVs. know what the tax rato now Is in Pa. ducah. Several years ago It was S3.10 on the S100.00 If this mnn had his thousand dollars deposited In a Paducah bank nt three per cent Interest, ho would have realized S.T0.00 a year from his and he would have paid S3I.00 In taxes, paying a penalty for blng thrifty. In view of this. It Is no wonder that out of more than 56.000.000.000 of savings In the United Stntes there are barely J20.000.000 In savings banks In Kentucky. Tho more liberal policy pursued by the New England Stntes has mada that little corner of our country tho great reservoir of savings funds, t.io hoarded dollars of people of small means, which In the aggregate make such an enormous sum, that every great enterprise with" a deserving bond Issue to float looks first to the Now England market. Banks Protect Themselves, people who have It Is often stated by movement for a not investigated thla st i a zz. revision of the tnx system that It oriel rai natea largely In the desire of banks to escape from taxation. Let no one concern himself about the banks In this tKvnand Bridge Work done at reasonable matter. The tax on hanks does not stop FOR mere, inere is such a thing ns prices. FOR of taxation, which In common Office up stairs, In the Jones Building. Parlance merely means shouldering tho load oft on the next fellow. If a bank Greenville, Ky. has to pay a high rate of taxation It geta It back from the borrower. If that borrower Is a retail merchant he geta T. SLATON, It back from his customer. If the borrower Is the owner of real estate who Is PliyMlcInn and burgeon. putting money Into houses, he gets It back from his tenants, who may be poor Office street near Malnstreet. men. In the end. the tnx will be borne by somebody else than the bank. The bank will continue to earn dividends for CAM HOWARD. WADE H. CRAY. Its stockholders. Uut I do not mean that too heavy a tax on a bank has not nn unfavorable & efrcct. The unfavorable effect of It Is upon tho community, however, ns a whole. Hather than stand too heavy a Vl, ot ,nxnHn the banks will reduce their capital and surplus, as many of tiiem have done In Kentucky. Office in Green Bnlldlnf, opposite LaMeade Hotel. the law of this State, the amount Undfr can that be loaned by a bank td nny one Individual or llrm or corporation Is limited to n fixed percentage of the capital and Surplus of th.lt h.inV Th ri.mll Krv. D1S. HELTSLEY & HELTSLEY fore, of reducing the capital surplus or banks Is to reduce the and amount of OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS cretllt that can be given and to restrict the banking facilities of our large mercantile nnd manufacturing Office at Home, East Main'cross Street. establishments. This has gone so far that there Is not a large establishment In tho Stat" Tolopltono No. 78. that can procure from Its local banks a sufficient line of credit to carry on Its enterprise. Nor Is there In Kentucky today on account of the heavy tax we put on capital and banking deposits a single Institution or nny group Was 6ver afflicted with nd my friends expected that ftrf?2t1fSIi?t,IlgMe0 U8V of Institutions strong enough to float a really big financial enterprise. my surely be for my grave. Our doctor pronounced my cas licurabk. 1IETWDKN A Farslcal Reiult. but thanks be to God, four bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery cuwd me so completely SSt j ,Conlrast w,th 'M' the fact that for all sound and well. MRS. EVA UNCAPHER, GroTertown, Ind. 1910 there were llsled In the State of Louisville and Chicago Kentucky for taxation bonds to tho amount of only S5.773.37C. out of a ' of SS2?.:75.022 Prlci 50c and $1.00 or hss than 11EST LINK TO s of one per cent. Add to Trial Biftfi Fm bonds the amount listed of stocks nnd money nnd they all amount to less than and the 10 per cent of tho total, SOLD AND GUARANTEED mortgatre notes fwhlrh rnn'tand without Y oovinnt in Vast jess than 5 per cent of the total. This J is niisuru, nut it is true. No man will presume to say that is more an Infinitesimal part this the bonds than Two trains daily.-- -. of ne. tually owned In this State subject to tax. atlon under the State laws as they stand. Of this meagre amount nearly French Lick arid West Baden Springs, wns listed In Jefferson County. How It Could Be Better Don. There are ways of deriving revenue UNION STATION, from these classes of property that escape In Kentucky under our present sysbOUISVILLBi tem. me Illustrate. We attempt, as DtiARUORX STATION, ,?.vi ""own, to lax savings deposits yielding three per cent by the same CHICAGO. ' method and nt the same rate that we use n Inking nny other form of property FOR LESS MONEY which pays fifteen or twenty or twentv-nv- e per cent ond which Is fixed nnd visiLet us prove to you that the- - Stearns & Foster WinrW rAm Dinintfand Parlor Cars. ble In Its character. The consequence Is Mattress is superior to any 115.00 mattress advertised in that practically no savings deposits are Palace Drawing Room Sleepers. the given In for taxation. In the .New Engmagazines. You don't have to huv on fnMh. We'll land Stntes savings deposits are taxed e: at rates varying from some thlrly to P. A., the inside (an important side to know) oi the very mattress you buy. fortv cents. This tax Is paid by N. V. Cor. 4tli and" Market Sts. bank, and the bank ndlust.i It with the m owner of the savings deposit. The State LOtilSVILLE. KY. Is certain of the revenue, since It Is & w,NDS0R content to take a reasonable percentage of the Income derived from the deposit, GRADE and It has no difficulty In collecting It. It Is not forced to nttemnt to Ami thu property In the hands of the Individual When VourLuilJintnnfwI nuintmrr mm, A positive guarantee of money back if not satisfactory on 60 holder. delay costi you tnonejr. The sun, rain, mow and Can Be Brought Out.. S . ni phis' trial . rVtm :n nr!. '.. J UUUgS wuaw iroK are puns in mar wotK. Lumber costs loo vvuajr. lie C gUL Ull IUC gOOd .1 It mar be urged that lowerlnc th rntm much to let it decay for want of a Iktlc paint. Sit VenrrcsentuMo on property of this character will not It is a very per. - rruutcr to nsle bring It out for taxation. We can only It coils leas to use rood nainl tan in nn wMi point to the exnerlrnen nt nihnr Qtnt.a for one medicine and have the in this respect. Human nature Is pretty ' out it. We use nothing but good point on owe wrong one given joiii" For thi3 nn, evcrywnexe. iiiiiv.ii AlOSt men work. wnuin ramer ne not.. t ,i . nin reason we. urge u in buyi- cscasments If they e.n sm on this class of pro htu in.rltli'lied WHTE LEAD u tic ine revenue irnm it .:. j State of Maryland within recent years. Pure Lmel Oil, Pure. Turpentine nnd made possible the reduction of tho state tax rate to ir. cents. and Um neit expensive colors Medicine Our Remedy In Kentucky. The kind ol naint we use never crnrl nt But we are not at liberty in the 8tnto The reputation of thia old, relia ca!e only year of wear will remove it. of Kentucky to adopt any of the meth ble medicine, for constipation, ods that have afforded relief to other Let us figure with you when ready to paint. liver trouble, fs firm.States, because of tho restriction put upon our legislature ny the constitution ly established It doc3 not imitate and durable iorj We guarantee a . of the State. Wc are tied hand nnd foot Li. r BY PURCHASIK6 other mtdicines. It i.3 better than pnera icawaaoic. jlvuu i pm f. ou. h to the general property tax system. others, or it would not bo the fa I do not believe In criticising without vorite liver powder, with' a larger proposing a remedy It Is not proposed ONE OF OUR mat mere snouio ne any sudden and saic mnn au otners comDinca, . radical change of the revenue system SOLD IN TOWN F2 immediately upon the adoption of the FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS proposed nmendment to the Constitution or tne state, ir tne legislature proposes for only $2$. The regular price is $100. Those who bring or mail the nmendment to the constitution and tne people ratify It at the polls, tho rethis advertisement to us within five days after seeing it aha telling us sult up to that point will be merely that where they saw it will be able to havo one reserved at the low rata of the Legislature Is put In a position J25. Books and stationery arc included. No time limit. If not ready where it can begin the work of revising now, buy one for future use : : our tax system, me amendment docs not mean "must." It means "may." if is wise the Legislature will revise it HEAVY slowly. Tho government must go on. 'clcphonc No. 254. write for rRtces Revision must Hevenue must be had. Kalb Fen& Ca be cautious. It should preferably be assisted. by n tax commission gathering InKANSAS CITY, MO. formation for the Legislature-'-, to act upon. It should be along a con.ssfept latest thing in carpet line designed to end In a system pitdwr which the sources, of revenue, shall ) weepers at Roark's.. classified, certain property being taxed, ELRcnueiAvinil mechanic! pur- -' for State purposes, and for rposes OnlyjiOthvr property for State tunlclpal Ia i4jj,VIih I f( erertxlr. II purposes nnd J' for Municipal lxm aixii rlettricltr, tn purpose s if Ion (nUcocc.anilbotal 'only: still' other property for County, metox.lj. Simple, pne-purposes nnd for County purposes. ,ortlv--- .. It Lf illolpMure. Sara rtll property being taxed nt some rate lor' I le fry free If nu name - qnjy, 'fcome purpose and for one purposeII' rat', l a year. that rate being as.' fairly as possible propSninpnnn Pub. Co. I to the normal Income from, llravn St . Uoslea, 2kus. erty of that class and collected by tho r l i 1. r .., inethod that will yield the largest returns. Pliotngrnnliy-lnletett:a troubles, because vo are aire It That is the proposition ,In a nutshell. C'rijNxly. AHHUICA.M successfully will help you. Remember that 3 It is pot theory. It IVIMJO'.KACI i v arhe it done. Fourteen, States Jtave, now, bo llealtifiiljlctiiie.lintl- ttJs great f cmdo remedy 'shaped their constitutions that they- may HniilU". ctltltltm, question t : 1 'do it. And at every step 6f the progress twntiL .SamoleconvCrra mothod to the now. th th 'rom Xyquld-.b-old c n rmrnetlun11lt psr'In the hands of the r! AtnorfcinPntczraphy jifffitqp r representatives 'of the people. SW Boston, Mast. Be Reached. J.he Goal To The formulating of tho pew, system nna-thwonting out oi us uetnus nouw Jje done .tnopt cautiously, but always Typewriter ribbons, all machines, K has hrought relief to thousands of yrlth a yloA1 Jto .finaHy reaching n polhl "Where the fJtAie' wouhl raise Its entire oiner sjck women, so wny noi to at Roarkrs revenues from1 one class of properly A you? For hesdache, backache, pf the Counties irom another clnss a'nproperty, "anil .the Cities from still y periodical pains, female veak- ncss, m2ny havo said It fs 'the .pleteb In fffeet. farming lanl woiim pe taxed only for local purposes, They best medicine to take" Try It not pay n cent of tax for Starj fhould tor Surposes. No .kind of property taxedlocal Sold In Tills City F3 should be taxed for XHCOXrOBATKD, purposes, nnd pone taxed for County ojr Socond and Walnut Streets. LOUISVILLE. KY. City' purposes should .be '.taxed for Stato .purposes. py this separation 1 saurccaot revenue. We avoid that piling up of one tax rato More than nine out of Miss Lena Arnold asks ti c patron on another whloh makes the burden so heavy In Kentucky, nnd by this classify! ten '.cases, of rheumatism arc age of the public, and guarantees lng of property according to Its capacity rheumatism of the for standing a tax proportionate to tho that satisfactory work will be done Income It yields, ve remove the Incepmuscles,- due to cokLor damp, whloh oue present system furnlabfj tive to undervaluation and evasion and perIn in her clothes cleaning, pressing or chronic rheumatism. jury. and repairing shop. unI am not pointing out an ideal or tried system. This system has been foT such cases no internal treatIs being followed hucccsstully lowed and The free elsewhere. Thero Is no reason why U ment is required. should not prove equally successful In application of Kentucky. It hoIdB out the hopo of " rP I trust I havo made It plain that tax revision does not mean exemption for anybody. It means merely a fair apportionment of tho burden ns to kinds of property. It means an abandonment pf a system that promises Idoal uniform! tv tn theory, but In practice has resulted In tho grossest unfairness to all vlslblo is nil that is needed and it is cerforms of property and tho practical exemption of millions. It moans putting tain to give quick relief. Give it In the hands of the Legislature the power to vary the rato and tho method nt all a trial and see for yourself how times to suit changed nnd changing quickly it relieves the pain and forms of property, so that If property orcness. Price 25c; large size, 50c will not stand to be taxed by one method, ' rA 1 I'ltirni r"rt we may reach It by another; and so that If one rate Is found too high for a class decs Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality. of property (having reference to the sweeper will that property yields) a different A Bissell carpet rate may be tried in the Interest of inrger revenue as well as of fairness. So last longer lhan 40 corn brooms, that, In short, wo may bo free to deal with a question of such importance nt costing from $12 to $15; the sweep White Sewing Machines, in all times as any business man wouM ers cost $3 to $5.75. See them at deal with the constantly recurring problems In his business life, changing his rotary and vibrator; needles, methods to take advantage of his own Roark's, and have t icr advantages experience and the experience of others, fea" tires ex shuttles, etc. in stock for all end of nil of the Information ho can get than the money-savin- g on the subject. ran u ni aui DENTIST. tnei-ilen- COUGHS KING OF CURES THE WONDER WORKER GOLDS OR, JInln-croB- a J. 1 FOR HOWARD THROAT GRAY, KING AND LUNGS LAWYERS. COVERY I FOR COUGHS AND COLDSl PREVENTS PNEUMONIA y itaoii ioute ISn seven-tenth- California ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED! AH Northwest Druggists. one-ha- lf It : BETTER MATTRESS h.bacoWj'd. A Little Good Paint in Time Saves $ $ $ STEARNS FOSTER MATTRESS nno Verv srious -- xt-- V -- Black- - IIwighT liver st v it- 4 MBHBBHM J. H. HAYES Decorator. Save $75! Painter and Interior WlBSABiiaaS See-the-ve-ry. . r.i 1 . We Auk Yon W - e : ,:. 1 BUSINESS COUXiEGB. ever' simply - en you wani f. Chamberlain1 t " ACEr HARCOURT &2.CO.Louisville. mttr WALLPAPER Special Prices, at Roark's. plained. machines. ROARK'S STORE. THE ffiGORD. An Independent Newspaper. rUHMStlXl) TIIUWIMAT" Tobacco Prices Show Increase. t itr RECORD PRESS., OWKN President. KlCE, Oil! EX L. R'OAKK, Strotnrjr. r Orien Ii. Roakk, Editor. f Long-Distan- rr-jg- l r Telephone No. 72. ' Oflicc lb now annex rear of lore, RrounJ Uoor. 50 CENTS PER YEAR. IN ADVANCE. rice if tb,p prtper.ls payaThe sulmcrlptlon explrrd ble in Attmuco. anil when the Ufnrf-'hnto vrhleii It Ik until, the tinner will be stopped. Cards of thank, obltunry notlc en, etc., If nol lonper tlmn ten ll'iea, will 1m imlillsbcil.free. Kehrir of 5e. nor line will be rnnde for nueccedInK Unp. No raiiitllquqf thU rule to unyorc. Krce snmpie cojiich win ic mniicu. Advertisement will be liiHe'rted. A rntconrd will be fnrniNhed on request, Ad(lrcH nil coinmuiilcntlonn and tnnkc nil re. KHCOKD 1'JCK.ss. mittancea payable to. Greenville. Ky.' J TERMS.' THURSDAY, JANUARy1 Entered at the Grecnrllle, ify.,ppsfonico i mutter. Bfrnnd-olival- 3 & Mrs. Cakkie Nation; Vi(hrore lhan a nation wide reputation on account of her physical demonstra- tions against the. saloon, suficrcd a ' nervous cbllapsc at her home in i Eureka Springs, Ark., last week,' V and expressed the fear that her ac . live career- was about ended. - ! - Diathesis. The word diathesis in medicine means "a constitutional predisposition. " "Certain individuals, or often certain entire families, may. be confidently expected toTCact physically in one way, while other individuals or groups of individuals "will react in another way. This is why doc tors are interested in thi family his tory of their patients. By finding r..out what sort of material people's tissues arc made of, the doctors arc able to judge what sort of physical ' . strain the patients will prove most susceptible to. Sorne people are physically "all wide"; others should wool and be marked "handle with care this . Vend up." It is when- - the stress of life comes that these differences in the. texture of people, so to speak, become most apparent, and it is the ailments common,. simple, evcry-da- y to which all are subfect that try peo- One schoolboy will stub his toe, grumble a minute, and that is the end of it. The next boy will meet with the same accident, and must stay at home for a week and- have his toe.poulticed.- ;The firsTbby has . inherited sound tissues! He. dan afford risks .that the second Iboy. must avoid if possible. Nature has , insured hint for a higher sura. The strumous diathesis,, ' or tuberculous tendency, is always ' bad soil for all ailments, even though, tuberculosis may rjever actually develop in it. Its subjects will shavr ' a susceptibility to various 'ailments, ; such as pleurisy, repeated attacks. of influenza, or bronchial- weakness they arc constantly reminded :; foe vyaits at the gates, of lifeV' it woum tie nam to enujpTjue the many ills that are now. i raced to the ' gouty diathesis. Among- them may . be mentioned tonsilitis, asthma-- , and J many forms of skijftrouble, such as outbreaks q"fperpcs, or eczema. Many peopiwiiio-.arc- . of the:. gouty ' W or arthritic tywill suffer from re-peated attacks of tonsilitis, r herp-- j es, or hay-fevwhile young, and become the victims of genuine gout in middle life. -- 1 Another constitutional predispo- -. it sition is tlie neurotic or 'nervous ,1 type, in which, as its name Implies, f the nervous system Is at fault, and' will be selected as the point of attack.. Tnpsc-are'-, infact, Abb three' great types into which all imperfect physical material may be divided the strumous, the arthritic and the ; ,neurptic. la, .many persons two , different types may be found blend-;c- d a modifying .m- -. lluence tinrSn each olherlnn in'fln- -' icnlpwifch may b'e'elther, favorable nr nnf!ivnrahli. I - Glasgow, Ky., Jan. 16. There' has been a gradual upward tendency of the loose leaf tobacco market, and the better price was realized Saturday in a crop which sold for cents per pound. This is the 21 second best sale made in the State during the season, a crop at hexing ton .selling for 30 cents per pound. Bidding on all grades is spirited, and dark tobacco has made a phenomenal increase iu prices. Hopkinsville, Ky., Jan. 16. To bacco is coining in in considerable The farmers Iravc been quantities. strip oiit a large part of the able to, crop. It is estimated that from 25,- 000,000 to 30,000,000 pounds will be handled, here this year. On the loose floor about 250,000 nounds was sold. An advance of fully $1 per hundred on the better grades over any previous quotations for this season is shown. Quotations ranged: Trash, $4.00 to $5.-0lugs, $5 50 to $750; leaf, $7.00 $12.00. to By. the last of the present week every branch of the market will be going at full speed. Over Carrollton, Ky., Jan. 16 30,000 pounds of tobacco were sold in the three warehouses here this week, the price record being 266 cents. It was a crop sold by Shirley Bros, at the Corrollton Loose Leaf Warehouse, the crop average being 16 cents. Mayficld, Xy., Jan. 16. On one acre J. E. Petty, of Viola, planted 3,300 hills and made 1,670 pounds, which he sold for S170.40. The weather of the past week has been ideal for stripping tobacco, and it is expected that, beginning today, there will be more tobacco brought to this city. m one week than was ever known in the history of the city. Richmond, Ky., Jan. 16. The sales here are the bert of any week during the year, in that a much better quality had been on the market,' also the price was more satisfactory The average prices at both houses this week have been-- around" the 12 cents mark. hun Lexington, Ky., Jan. and sixty thousand pounds of dred loose tobacco were sold on the mar kei- - and it- - was said on the market 0; 16-F- ivc NOTICE ed Honored by Women When a woman cpenks of her silent noorct Btiucring slio trusts you. Millions have this mark cl confidence on Dr. It. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, A GIFT FOR CULTURED HOMES I All parties who arc indebtto the firm of R. Martin & (o. are earnestly requested to call and make full settlements as soon as possible, as we are compelled to collect all outstanding debts in order to make settlement with the R. Martin estate. K. 1. where thcro nro women who bear witness to tlio wonderof Dr. working, curinfl-powPierce's Favorito Prescription which caves tho suJTering sex from pain, and successfully grapples with woman's weak nesses and stubborn ills. N. Y. Every- MrtKlllN Stray Notice. misplaced when fthc wrote for advice, to the World's Dispbnsary Miidical Association, Dr. R. V. Pierce, President, Buffalo, N. Y. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets Induce mild Batumi bowel movement once a day. fidence IT MAKES WEAK WOHEN STRONG IT HAKES SICK WOMEN WELL. No woman's appeal was ever misdirected or her con- Taken up as a stray, by Hannon miles Jarvis, living two and one-haNorth of Greenville, One Steer, marked "upper bit in right car" white face, white line back, red sides years old. Valued by and about Will Hut McDonald and Warner Boggess, at $10.00. The said Han non Jarvis states under oath that he has not altered or changed any of the marks of said Steer. This 20th day of l5cc. 19 10. lf MARDI GRAS CELEBRATION NEW ORLEANS. FEB. 2128. BSTYICTROU XYI., Dates of sales February 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, and 27. Return limit, March 11. W- - G. Crawford, Agent. FARE 5209 ." Others $75, $100, $150 Haknon Jarvis. Subscribed and sworn to before mc, a Justice of the Peace, by Hannon Jarvis, this Dec. 20, 19 10. J. II. Lovell, J. P. M. C. MUHLENBERG COUNTY Hear varied selections on the Victor talking machines at Roark's. The world's best music, as well as all the popular selections, speeches, bands, orchestras, instrumental so los, quartettes.. Victors range in price from 810 to $100. Victrolas $75 to $250. Large library of re cords and all kinds of talking ma chine supplies. SAVINGS BANK Greenville, Ky, The Victrola adds to the refinement of .any home, because it plays the very best music of the world, and "bdecora-- , ecause its artistic lines give it a natural place tions of the cultured home. The Victrola plays such a wide range of milsic;, yoti must use good judgment or your record library wjll bfe,ihir-mensWe want to help you select them, and since know the merit of each Victor record we can help, you. ' VICTOR PRICES SAME EVERYWHERE . ' ' PERSONAL SERVICE HERE in-the e. "e.' ' Appreciating your past patronage we solicit all or part of your future Banking business. THOS. E. SUMNER, Cashier. J. THE L. ESTATE THE SATISFACTION THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK FEBRUARY DAILY GREENVILLE, KENTUCKY DIRECTORS W, A. Wickliffc, W. G, Duncan, C, E Martin, R,T, Martin, EJ. Purycar, C M. Martin, Jno, y s T. Reynolds, Jr. Fhe standing arid responsibility of the men who constitute our Board of Directors are a guarantee of careful, judicious management. in wearing well cleaned and pressed BARGAINS I : during 'the afternoon. The sales of hogsheads was held. Prices ranged froml4 to 25 cents, and the market was strong. clothes is one that doesn't end the first time they are put on. It's a daily and hourly pleasure that one experiences constantly. Isn't it worth something to have your gari'.'For sale Square piano, in Green-vHfeApply to Mrs. J. W. Vomberg, ments cared'for by people who are telephone Np. 216-Central City, interested in your appearance, and who know how to do the work propKy. s 29 t " . erly. vSeteace Sermons. (. Bring us your work or we will Sacrifice arid service sanctify. call for and deliver it. Telephone .Many mistake soft words for tenNo. 2.5-der, loving, .waj-s.- . GENTEEL TAILORING CO. There is no moral health without FORD 11R0S. , J'ROI'S. human helpfulness. Greenville Merc. Bldg. n 24 It is better to lose in loving than to" gain by self seeking. !ral Telepheaes. Peace with God without peace with Mr. Farmer: Make your home as men is ah iniquitous thing. The crowded car is a better test of modern for your family as a city residence, and place yourself in a religion than a roomy church. position to get- - the . latest market Yqu will never find peace in life quotations at any time. This can by hiding from your neighbors. be accomplished by means of our The more a man forgives himself telephone service-- , which you and the. less he overlooks in others. your neighbors can get for a sum Many are praying for power who that is small compared with the benonly need to get up and perspire. efits received. Call or address our It's no use talking about your faith nearest office or" write direct to headif men never find a friend in you. quarters, Nashville Tennessee, for There is no better world to those information regarding our special If you are who do nothi.ng to make this a better "Farmers' Line" rate. not at present enjoying telephone one. service, we can immediately interest The brotherhood of .man docs you. Our lines cover the States of mean 'better wages, "but it also means Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, better work. . Louisiana and the southern portion Reforms come, slowly because we of Indiana and Illinois. all .would rather wield the ax than Cumberland-Tel- . ' & Tel. Co. bear thcvknife. ' (.Incorporated. No man ever knows how much he misses when he loses a chance of. Burr Grist Mill. V giving pleasure. My new .burr grist mill is in operI had rather be kissed by an eneation; call on your merchants for my tjian wounded by a friend who White Flint meal. Also ready to enjoyed the job. .furnish the public with chicken feed The great judge must look at cur and chopped corn. luxuries when he hears our talk of jl2S . J. A. Shaver. love for the needy. If you fear, to so.il. your hand3 in Your patronage solicited by Ford helpfulness you may be sure you Bros. ar.e defiling your heart. No man who can be indifferent to No matter what you want in baby the sorrows 'of men can have the carriages or carts, you can find it in love of heaven in him. the large stock on display at Roark's. Many think that defending their Take your beef hides to J: E idea of Jesus is' the samc thing as Coombs & Co. and get" the cash. following the ideals of Jesus. placed six weeks ago at- last being filled by "the factory, which has" been overrun with orders since long ;: Christmas. bc-fo- ie -. Courierilonl At One-hal- JRoafkhas Vicirola's again," orders f Price ; -- : .2 If you will bring or send us your subscription' dur- - ins the month of February we will send you. ftbe IRecoti) BLACKWELL & j : ihta ' 'i " ROM tfiit ONE YEAR and THE ! GENERAL INSURANCE We represent trie Home DAILY COURIEk-JOUkA- L I : 1 3. FOUR MONTHS' writes ill Insur Kinds of V. I . k. firm and For Only $1.50 Or this paper ONE YEAR and DAILY COURIER JOURNAL Eight Months for Subscriptions received at this price only during I . ance Co. of l Y. city property. $2.50 the J .. 3fe Z month of February The State and National Campaigns arc opening and you want to keep posted on political events. Read the Coutv I icrJournal editorials. And Mr. Watterson's letters from Europe will-binteresting e FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY :- -: I J ' BONDS Subscription orders under this offer must NOT be J sent to the CourierJournal, but to us . GIVE US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE. ng BLACKWELL & ROARK GREENVILLE, KY. 4- Have Barkley Bros, repair your ? flues, and prevent a fire loss! .. Iilbs-e- f . r FROST PROOF CABBAGE PLANTS GUARANTEED TO SATISFY CUSTOMERS FROM THE ORIGINAL CABBAGE ?IANT GROWEKS. all Kills ii Slwk. Miss lYeha Arnold has'in stock all kinds of bulbs, and now Is the .time to bcgirr.thc cultivation. Following are ready for, delivery, and orders, taken for others, and prompt de- livery guaranteed: Chinese Sacred , Lillies, ;oc each, 3 for 25; Paper ' MWhitc Narcissus, Grandiflora,. for jfiHkf3oc doz; Roma.n Hyacinths, Single White, 5c each, 50c doz; Bedding Hyacinths, Dutch, 5c each, 60c doz; Forcing Dutch Hyacinths, 10c each, $1.00 doz; Tulips, mixed; 20c doz. : BOYD St MARKS Practical Tailors Come in and see what we can do for j'ou in a Tailor Made Suit, Our cleaning and pressing department is under personal supervision, and work done by a competent man'. E. N. Martin Building, Main Street, Telephone No. 16-2 1 rut IU4 V.n.lj. Ik., hnnta, TtAQE MARK COPYRIGHTED Urntl t4 Ulnl C. yt rrew th firnt CXBST PR03r PLANTS In MIS. Now hire ortr twentr thonvutd utfaflisl emtomtn. W Ut arewa t4 toid nor a catba pUau lba all othrr penona la lha SiHira Ulit aiils4. WHVt BAUe our plants mn.t flcaM or wo senJ.Tonr uinnrr back. Ordrrnow; It I. time ti if t t?e plant la your eetloa to ret extra cwly cabbage, tadtluy u tbo .oacs . that UfortbBio money. Irulttr.raaudprnam.otA'.s. WrJleforfrrecataloc ot frst-proo- f plants, at the Tarirtlrs, eon t alula? valiable Information aliou't fruit and rcirctablo rrowlncr. irire on Cabbarr rianta. In lota of iO at $1.90: 1000 to 6030 it 40 per tbonnand: Qjt&O to t.OOO (UU per thousand: 10.0 and orer (LOO per tbuaaaod, azyraaa rata en plaata la vary law. o. b. Tonjva ItUnd. Bur a4l established 1 868. Paid In Capita! Stack $30,000.00 Wt siw tkru tins tf CaMagi Sttd tr siihn t Wnt. C Geraty iiX. bt Co., Box 373 Yonges Islasd, S. C Oreenyillo, Ky. Subscribe for Ihe jRecord (Mly 50c, Y. ill. C. A. NOTES. CIRCUIT Mr COURT. mmm The only hakSny povjrfci Absolutely Pure made from Royal Mxrago Cream of Tartar HoA!um9Nol?nie Pih&sphaia NOTICE? Our Mr. Oricn L. Roark ivlll attend the semiannual Furniture Exposition In Chicago in January, where hundreds of factories will make showings of new styles for spring end summer. ITc special orders for goods- in our line, which shall have careful attention, and will be handled on aTeasonablc -basis. ;j Your personal visits or telephone calls will be appreciated. it - On next Sunday afternoon at the at 3 o'clock will be discussed, one of the most, interesting lessons in the life of Christ. It is If that of the Good Samaritan. you this illustration remember was used- by Christ to answerahc. question. "Who. is my brother?'-njpn. a.nd b'oys.nrc very cordially invited to come to this meeting and spend a pleasant and profitable time together. On Friday night the tables were turned. amWihe Buzzards captured a victory over the Owls by a score of The lluzzards certainly 25 to iS. Hopped their wings over the victory. In the contests Jus. Middlcton captuccd two records, by running the potato race' in "fy scc6nds and making .' flic, 'standing' broad ' jump rccojd S fV. y2 inches." If some of the .other bbyfc' do not. get ' busy James will have his name all over the record board that is to be made at the end of the season. There will be no game or contests among the jupios jlj'rtday night on account of thcm.ach game. V. M. C. A. - R .is so specially Strong tbcaC It . .J. is worthy .of; . I Our line of CharhberSuitesf v-j- r : '. I your inspection The J. FURNITURE, PIRECTORS, Private Established; I L V3CLPAPER,tBNERAl-EMBALMER-:- 1 S - Sipr7'2;liome, &79 . XOS St ORIENL. RO&ttffcMariagcr . 1 vr ; eefrofc tax 'Revision. ' Lena Morow' Lewis, said to bea and brilliant. speaker,' the public at the cpurt house on the evening of January 30th. at 7.30 p. m'. on the principles, aims and needs of Socialism. She invites eneryone to hear her, and solicits questions, which she promisneighborhood for two days,, and es tp answer. This is the first woRoark. Uias. the largest line of had Messrs. Jack and WesN,c4-mar- i man speaker that has been through chmb.eri5Uescvcr shown on this followed it vigorousyI getting .3 fe.V this section talking Socialism, and msrkc.trtrftHngtoraTcheapest to shots at it, but with'duCkisultst. 'jFhe'y it- is likely that she .will 'be . greeted Si 0 were disappointed iri."ifoiggrngthe by a large audience. eagle, and while J ac'k 'caught a tnTnlf wpoden Wrteflg fbrnicrty 1J T''rlii.tya root.owyt uliuLt-av.J : m" urse. .;s 'a .1 we.'. orth v . he' says he would hae hasMieCen removedj Mr. C L. Counter, our , su'ravci over country. roans nasnoi ; If'you have notH preferred killing the eligTe by a long Hovardfr Co. progressive druggist, has property and adds been aMhc bes lately; ' heard the Victor 'j v jump, xyi r. jacKson endeavored to closed a deal for thev'Sale of talking machines, have thc"'boys let; him bring .th'c in thciicilQrhjpodaji.hc fire rU'k his drug store to Mr. John X. Taylor, w ejcn1.greatLy.-redijd$haf . All work guaranteed at Ford Bros. qalljit,.RQark.'s. If eagle to town and have it embalmed of Hartford, who will take charge of you have heard them, call again and-- ' but they were jealous of .their prize, tHe the business on the first of February. Is your coal house in condition s Mr..dLlgan often; they .never grow tiresome." and took.ii homen.Now they regret Jqn Main. Mr. Countzler has leased a prominfor threemouths .more . of. winter? Sam "Airipldi proper . . Large, library of Records and all: atjhejrjiid not have it embalmed," sireci, anu win cccupyn-asand nome. ent corner store in Mr. Homer Driskill was in Owcnsv kinds of talking machine supplies. so that it might be kept as a souvenir Miss L5n,af Arnold will build a new is having the building aUercd and boro a day or two thfd fifst of thcT which would have always attracted residence' oh iVowbritlge 'avenue, improved to meet his requirements,. Mr. L. Hummel Settles Insurance and- much attention.' "' - near tire residence of her brother, and has placed orders for an elabo-wefek an bus,irfess ' ni..i..'-.n...!-k- i.' . i Mr.- Marshal 'Afnold.' ; rate layout of fixtures which will in- t j ftWUIH.quJilUJ1 A fijll jline .kjfgbca'Tts and t)abjr Ladies' work a specialty. Ford Adjuster for' (he Insurance com sure the finest drug store In Western y. 1 ' " ClQb pressingra'tets'gijp,er iubn th Kentucky. Greenville has no more carri'afie it'KoJrk's. ' Bros. panics carrying risks on the r 1 .! at Ford Bros. progressive business man than G. E. , Duacarrwas-hererfromThere are to' be sevcraF "spring Hunjmel stock were here last Satur lr.D.Tr Countzler, and there is general re-- 1 day and adjusted the' losses from , to. announce.--, weddings, according Louisville Saturday and Sunday. Dr. Frank Draper, w.ho occupies gret that he shall leave, but he carries he recent fire. Mr. Hummel carri-- ments a.nd. rumors. . tha.p'ulpit iTabernacle, ed ;7,ood insurance, and in the Circuitcourt cfowtfV "thi ve ek is mailing a "tour through the Sputh, with him the best wishes ot a widc circle of tiiends, who predict that in Last Friday was also The i3th settlement was paid' $6,575 in cash has been reduced by the weather. and will preach on the topic "The his wider field he will vastly increase and the damaged stock was deliver but nothing dreadful Jiajjrjenedo Rich Man in Hell," at 7.30 p.m. the volume of his business. The bused to him.'" He has mdved the stock Try the new meat market au he any of our people. iject- - Monday njgh't at Powderly iness here will.be in competent and into the building occupied by E. At depot. W chuK. i llleis'aoted-divinean- d efficient hands,. as Mr. Taylor is an See Miss Lena Arnold for Ijulb's Cohen, south Main street, and will everyone is invited to hear him. experienced "pharmacist and hustling continije in business- there for the of all sorts. Our own Lincoln will occasion .business. man apd, will proye a val present until he can( spcure other the next' national ho'liday-Jbcb- ru Mf. 'V. H; Franklin', local reg- Miss VcrnH Morgan and Mr. Ray quarters. I he damaged .stock will ary i2 uable addition, tq our .business cir. . . istrar 6f 'Vitaf satislicd, has been " Morgan were in 'Princeton a few be' rushed out as sodn as'possiblcj cles.. I kerlt rather .busy since the first of days during the week on a visit to and ncAv gbods will iic offered: ! Several cases or pneumonia arc th'eir grandpalch'ts,"" Ju'dgc and- Mrs. reported rom" all secfi'cins' 6'f'thc the yeqr, much time jbcing taken to t distribute the printed , matter ncccs- - S ' A, S. of.f; Ingram..: ' county. u . ", ... vJlavVys'objd, mine tpuies','' sary to supply doctors, undertakers, J- V ;Couhty- Uniqn will be held. m. Careen!-- . fro.m;4:'to '52 'iiiches 'prices embalmers, sextons'ct'c, andjbjeing Needles for all sewing machines at of all sorts now at vijle on the last Friday and Saturr' 'subject to calls at all hours for" the $75 to $110. All guaranteed. RichHale's fountain day in January, 191 r, to complete. Roark's. ard Le:)vplJ,i Hopkinsvijle Ky. issuance of burial permits. ;. 1 :.l J me wors ucgan in regular session t... Miss Ella McCrackcn will leave There will be several . new .resi , willljaul( Qljfford.four, days' old sotv Get potte'et plants" atfd'cut flowers' for ashviire7'1vheres 'sKe ojijthand 6th inst. As there Saturday dences built herenext season, and XI Creek ' 6f Mr: and rs.' Frank ' goes to perfect herself as, a milliner be work of much importance, all of them will b2 0fiT.1proved.type, fr.6WMiss12eri Arnold. jn.ustjingist on locals sending a full died last Satuiday' night, and was: embodying modern conveniences'." uiLumci. ncr iricuus arc comment delegation. So let every member, Isot s hunters- - are getting, more buried Sunday afternoon. of her .success in. the work . , get busy?" Doss, Pres. The aoa'tchless Yictrola.can.again plShri'ful here lllUie' tiTne; and'avail-abl- e Rev.. G. P. Dillon and Mr. J. U sites are grojving'scarcer. Out Dr. T. j. Slaton is local health be hcard-'a- t Roark's store factor,)' K K Mrs. Minnie Martin has announced, shipments in th'is week. .territory is coming into de Morgan are in Owensboro attending lying officer, having been appointed "by r meeting of the disTr p.f her.tbaugher, Miss1 mand, as prices on lots that are the . thV' Statd 'Board I&st "week: The . Mr. Chas..E. Blackwell aritUfamlly near the court house have readied tricLmissionacy, societies, ... hen? "io the Doctor, Vannie. Summers Martin, to Mr.: duties- - art-no- t and he will prove an . active,, ?cora- - David Morton Roll, the wedding to have moved here from Central City, sucla pbmVm price that few- peov; occur in April. 'I he announcement and Mr. Blackwell will be associated ple can buy them, and the tax rates' .'n .; SrayT'Noe:. . , , potent. ofJTrcial.At was a picnsuig surprise 10 most qt with his brother, Mr. V. D. Black-wel- l, make it a burden to own them:Creel?, living f friends in the insurance business". Telephone No 5 and your laundry our peoplebill sis mile1 south pf Grccnvile: Ky;,; t ... i c i :ii t. qfUic popular couple were anticipate Mrt GW. Tay'lor and son, Thom-- . onfe red rre'ifer abou4vyo j'cars old,i ' Notice m this'issueithe,a.d...ot ti,eil aslwlefX th'efifst.pf.-thmc it. "Week,' toF tiaTked "wfrli" .sirip6jh cro'off ot, Mrs. Willie Johnson Rogon and new firm of iosjlcopthic .dpctors, Washington Citv, where Thomas has rijght ear4 and hole in left par, valued' Miss Bcrnjfcc;'RoijrH leJ"t Tucsdajf fu ; Mrx jSWaS. A." Williams spent Suri-- i Hclt?lcyr & Hel.t.sley, Dr. Louc'lfc gone to report in rcsponbe to Jiis by L. B. Allen a?i4.o'o. The said CentcaLCity4 .whccc.thcy. will .make day at White Plains, at .tJicbc-ds'iiUf'Heltslcy now' having .a'ssociatcTT ifavat tfailet from this Creek-state- s under oath ihat.hc has .thir home fur the present, at least 01 nis inoiner,i wn on .aaiuraay sui; with her in the practice hidr sister, district-.'- He will begin special study hot chadged-O- r defaced any of the lH " Dr. Emma Heltsley. and training at once, preparatory to marks' of the said heifer. in. the, spring; they may ..move .to fered J9 3t j enure left side of. her. .bod. Hjr, New' Mexico? Ktaking.theiriiiysicil and mental ex- of January, 1911.. This'itlr-da" f' .X. i will condition Is mlidh Jniproved,' arid. Save your home by having your aminations'which 2 come in, April. J.:H. 'LOVBLL, J. P. M. C. Kls 9 v9Ji 6 re Av i 11 bt found the stafc- - L5.ne.js regaining ine use or neriimus; flues repaired. Barkley Bros, do This is a signal honor conferred, as ment,9fvc.pnJaUion pf-- tje First Nji pi neuioctors njtye nope;tnatsne; m Kirs. Riley 'M. 'Dexter, - who for Hits''wor44ljesr i . trjefour y.qars' sehppling, followed ' tional Bank, and it is worthy of kbe entirjely retbrcd' 'Uysa world wide cruise, some weeks has been ill at the home U Reports f.0.raC.hipagoJend hojie fit jJwfiian.fprthe caretuL shidy, .showing-- i.in every highest position in of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David M5s' LenaArnoldfiow has her that there will be a decrease in the the naval or commercial-world- . 'phase splendia "strength rof riiis. Duncan, ism serious condition, and Stau'Ach pioneer" rns'titufion.' ' as ho.iand picasury, ini.cn repair snpp tost her husband is constantly at her $toj "Kit l .in operation in the Greenville Coal of uuuer, cnecse, meat, eggs and Call onv JjCslie'Hale, nex't to. First bedside. daughter, Their ,year-ol- d . J. E. Coombs & Co. buy beef Co. building, up stairs, and solicits other foods are to be National Bank, for candies, books, Sallie May, is. very lbw with hide's. HigEe3tfcash price. the patronage of the public. thrown on the market. sundries,. cigars, tobacco, ec. (3 . t On Friday night the second teams of Beaver Dam and Greenville will play anjatch.game in the Y. .M-- . .C. A. Gymnasium at S o'clock.. ..The V. usual prices ' will be in effect The J. L. ROARK ESTATE. M. C. A. members 20' cents and others 25 cents. This is a highly I. C. R. K. LOCAL TIMCARD. cntertauing, clean; o'pen game ,a"casUy understand and' therefore enjoy it. As the seats arc limited it is advisable to get your tickets early. Each ticket guar'ari-- " mouth nouND. NO. , Tickets on sale at Y. 13 LouIitMc Express 11.25am tecs a .scat. .... 02 Cincinnati Express J.5Jp"m ' Gora.e- - out and , 104 Louisville Limited J.QHjun W. C 'J. office.. 130 Central City nccora T.I.Tpm encourage the" boys Tn' 'this most south BOUND, -... xo. wholesounrgame'. 135 Fnducah and Cairo nccom 5.15 am 121 Fulton Accommodation -- Better boys. .mean- better men, of 101 Serf Orlean Rnc.cUl.. ......... .,3.40pm 103 N. O. Spec. Louisville paHttr. only r..1.50niSi course; and homes O.Cnxwi-6nbJV;"une5. 1010. apd business. . A - father was right wW said: ' "It!" I dan 'tide, my boy Safely through' his-- leens,' I am not further concerned about his future." TP ED- . ; hrfiat- -' tiding" isddnCiby thejeaders AS .L EHE LP of the-- boy s leisjirc in sports, in llpy WjkNtEJoTO. Ji'r ncrmnnnt iii,litiiCHU'huiie; kIiov honed nntUsitt; 'service" and. in spirituaLlife-- dl go i,frt6r6rj' "Worftrns"cinrtitft9n5? HilTmutuntHtt ui merited efficiency. Address K. I O., thU together, 200,000 boys in thcirteens " : , directed xtv their study, wot): and play by the Young Mens Christian Give us yoiir'job work. ;Association of America.' Isyours .nns.nf the numhsr? Arr vniihpln. Good mornins ..Did tbccrand. 47 hc . i award thc.movenit? that-anyon" , t-- Our readerjs should see and study relating to the arlft51c0f"tost-pag- e: the needs qf.'thc state in the matter of This splendid address. was before the Kentucky Press; association at its recent mocting in Louisville, .and 'made a vivid iinpre'ssibn on all who heard it. In the opinion of the best informed, our prcscnt-lty'laware responsible medstire for our hampered dev'elopment-hn- d our pitiable showing in the repent census. The mat-tc- r Killed a Grey Eagle. is worthy-iof- . study, sp that a just Winficld Underwood killed a grey revision mibe. made. 1 - .. -t:' -- veagle early last Thursday morning in A son bojrn.-VMr.- and Mrs a field near IJr. Bob Jaclisb'n's honie, on.'l'.ond creck Vfth' sp me, other Xu.rier IIiTtfilleston. at Pbwderlv. last SaluTrfayy; dicTl in )a'fcw hours, parties Underwood was out cc-ohunting, and as they were returning and "virs "b iTfTdtt "S Qh'd a y & ftc r n 0 on about daylight saw the. eagle rip, .a at tjhe..lffves" graveyaroT tree and getting within shooting dis Tv.d. carroads'of'hogs Avere ship Lt tance, brought the bird dpAn was a fine specimen, nicastfring; sey- - pejl frOm; this joint'ilast week. Most people' woiiidihaVfe "Sd'efilarcd. that t. rft uu iisi aim incites iruui up tu tip of wing, with a spread, of seyen there w.eie not that many hogs in and one-hal- f inches across the tal- the county-a- t tjhiS'timcf the year, jia.cd .thingj'tb 'believe. ' ons. The eagle' hatl "bcctrMn the an.d.it.wjisi dcO-yercs 1 The winter term of Muhlenberg circuit court is entering its last lap, as it is thought the term will be closed Saturday,, after a very busy s,essjon. The grand jury, It was thought, would, finish its labors yesterday afternoon, and adjourn. On'y moderate attendance this week, as'tveather conditions' have cut the yisijing lists, ta a low rate. Ed Vaughn, colored, was the first person convicted of a felony under the,ncwlaw, ivhich provides that the jury determine the guilt or inno-- . tcn'cQ of the accused, and. the punishis ment, fixed, or indeterminate, .named by the judge.: The jury that Voughn was guilty of the charge of detaining a woman, and the judge will name "the punishment before court adjourns. . .R..M-- . Dunpan was given a judgment of $90 against' the I. C. for damage ..done to. household goods shipperfqycr. their line. ( , . ' Wm. Robinson was found guilty of; arson by the jury, ane the judge will fix his punishment. N. D. Owens was awarded a judgment for $1650 for loss of logs' on account of piles left in Pond river by the M., H.. & E. railroad. L. Hummel was given judgment of $6.50 against the Tennesee Central for goods lost in transit.. Will Livingston was fined 20 for assault and battery. ' D. F. Harrison wa given judgment of $25 against the city of Greenville for damage tp prope'rty on account of construction of a pavement in front of his home. . . An Electrically Driven Horse Clipper does the work- twice as well,, twice as 'quickly and twice as economically as the old boy driven machine. You. save the wages of the boy, you get a steady power that enables you to clip a horse perfectly in half the time. We'll supply the electric power which all clippers now use. Can you afford to be behind the time? up-to-d- Greenville Light OfHcc Hours: & Water Co. 8 (iHCOBrORATID) 7.30-t- 11 1 Phone No. 2.1. . 4 a. m. a. ra. to 1.30 p. tn. to 5 p. m. to 12 --cg-A BLUE k ROSE-- y The Ntw Kee (YMct Bite) MxNoI by the Kist irtmrs The Greatest Rsc PteYcIty ef the Century as the Sendfer Descrlitka and Price List GrcctihoMBcM Frsrwmr t?the Cnt- Very yHw- - ftoifer Blae Kmc. ws aa4 hariy. FrkBUMhii Woman Socialist to Speak ."31. Here - Jan. JOHN E. RACKBQRANDT Princeton, Ky. i"i REPORT OK CONDITION OT THE V- Miller Weir IkatU Ikik Caskkr. well posted will address .' -.- TOW;d' I - 1 4 wro arrtr' . - tjt a - " " . . - ,,4 v" 4 . - . : - .... laikiles Sikj y runJ-hjn- g Hpt-dr,ink- s - " Tr-'- - t- - . - - Xjl' mid-wint- - - .j. - .';.T.-lkcn:n- p byfeC 1 I : e -- . - -- Xraty.cK20.4.?? ''. 4 " y ( - . te of-(iy- cold-storag- e FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Another native of Greenville has been honored by his associates in at GreenTillc, inthc State of Kentucky, new surroundings, Mr. Miller Weir, at the close of btiaiacss .Ian. 7th, litll. well known here, having been electRESOURCES. 5101,148.28 ed cashier of the Jacksonville, (111.) Loans and discounts Overdrafts, secured and uns. 2,137.(U National bank at the meeting1 of the U. S. Itonds to secure circ'tn. 30,000.00 300.00 stockholders a few days ago. Mr. Premiums on U. S. Honda 78,4ti8.!)3 Honds, securities, etc. Weir has been away from Green- llankinp house, fur. and fixt. 11,147.50 ville for some thirty years, but has Due from State and Private Hanks & liaakcrs, Trust made frequent visits to his old home.' Co.'s and Savin?a Hanks8,278.20 Due from approved. res. agts. 77,777.13 For several years he has been U. S. Checks and other cash items 740.44 bank examiner at large, and has Notes of other National Hanks 4,500:00 reached the top point in his line of Krnctional paper currency, nickMi,, and cents 03.00 m i'U.j aiui'i lU'lu lniiiii 17,007.00 unpleasant' feature of Specie home '86 the Legal-tendnotes 2,000.00 lt,007.00 his work, and o..ig urged to accept Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent, cirthe cashiership of the bank, he did 1,500.00" culation) so, tnat nc mignt uc at nome witn TOTA.L, 8125,142.21 his family and his aged mother, Mrs. LIABILITIES. Harriet' Weir who for the 'past 30,000.00 several years has made her home Ca al stock paid in Surplus fund 15,000.00 .. thqre. The Jacksonville Daily Jour Undivided profits, Jess expenses 3,130.40 and tnxes paid nal, in its is.sue ofJanuary n, says ' 30,000.00 NatU Rank notes this of Mr.,Wjeiri--. ; I)ue to other National Hanks .052.22 "Miller Wear, wfjo.cn ttfrs:upon the Due to State and Private C77.U1 important duties of cashier, will Due Ranks and Rankers to approved res. agts. ' bring to thVbank ttie Dividends unpaid l,C02.00 of ttn years as national bank exam- Ind'l deposits sub. to check 210,103.77 iner and examiner at large. In fact Time certificates of deposit 123,340.21 Certified his resignation frorcr that position Cashier's Cheeks outstandingchecks 101.00 is was filed but yesterday and ir, acknqwledged fact that" during 4iis Total 8425,142.21 term. of service Mr., Weir has' made State of Kentucky. C6intr of Muhlenberpr, as: I, John T of an unusual .record, for efficiency and named bnnk,Reynolds, Jr, nwtnr tlmt the above do noleranlr tlie nbove his work has been such as to occa- ntnteaent t true to the bent of my knowleile sion frequent commendation from and belief.A. Joux T. RitNolqb. Jr. Cashier W. WtcKLirrc, the treasury department. IncidentalK, J. J7URTEAK. Mabtis. ly Mr. Weir comes from a family of bankers, for his grandfather was one Subscribed and oworn to before mo this Hth ten. of ' of the early bankers ih the state of dy:t ' Jrr. trWCrnAM, Notary Public, Kentucky and his uncle, James ifcr'c J u iMtth Jan. it, IBM. Weir, .was the oldest national bank president in the country, having t He served cojitmuqus,ly as a-- president Tke Sail; ZHtkfkmu tor lorty years, ao wnen ne Dcgan TrKt. .r . work as a national bank examiner V Throhgh a-- special arrangement, was not long before he found that he had "struck his gait." Mh Weir's this paper is enabled to offer : the knowledge of banking in general and. Daily Courier-Journby. mail in nis special lamuiariiy wun national banks make him a very valuable man combination, at a price just oae-ha- lt the regular rates for the Cdurier-Journa- l, for the work he has undertaken. He naturally was' somewhat reluctant to The regular price e give up the, position he. held but the. Daily Courier-Journis 50 cents a change to .the ne.w work will make it jnonth, $6.00 a year. See the club-biu- g possible for him to spend all of hjs proposition in our advertising time at his home here." t. colarans, and the bargain. This speciaLoffer is'goorl.pnly (": City Tax Oriiiaicc, for subscription orders'given usdur-ia- g ArtPrinancexing the tax raterfor1 the month pf February. The ofmunicipal purpuses in inc uiiyoi fer will be withdrawn the last (lay ot Greenville for the year 191 1. The City Council of the City of the" month, and bo orders can' be taken after that. Greenville do ordain as follows: Under this offer, Courier-Journall municipal purposes, That for for the year 191 1, there shall be, will be sent to subscribers 'only not through imposed, levied and collected, in the through, the agent. No Courier-JournCity of Greenville a poll tax of $1:50 CQurier-Jpurnorders for a full year will be frbih every male inhabitant' of the pf 21 years arid .over,, and a, taken af this rate.- Subscription must age property.vtax of. 75 cents oil .ca.ch be for not less than four months or $160 worth of property in the City )oger than eight months. Tke Tarift question in Congress of .Greenville. x4 Mr, Wattersoa's .letters from Approved Jan. a, 191 i. VITlake the w. ,l.am, mayor, j. Interesting " for the Orien L. Roark) Clerk. ' t aext few months. tm Kentucky has 3,47 lawjNM, Bf which 16 are women. There are Karl p a pc r bVrg m at 0 ark 's n ever. All "4i385 in the United States, and are greer 987 of them are women. parra Baust be closed out tp make 'room for 1911 gpods, and You are invited to inspect the prices have been cut to loest.level. most complete kitchen cabinet on the market. Roark. Old papers'fpr sale at this pfnee. . uut-uind1 1 1 . C. . al al read-abop- - post-offic- e, al al - 5 : ;Vt m Tki lti -- last-seaso- ROARK Furniture, WaJlpper, Shades, Moldings. , Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper.-Lengthening the President's Term. Champ Clark, from tune. to lime, says a good many things that arc particularly worthy of the thoughtful attention of his fellow countrymen. For example, he remarked the other day: "I am in favor of amending the constitution so as to elect the president for one term of six years and make him forever ineligible for I am in favor of this because every time there is a president who is extra ordinarily popular a lot of fools boom hlrti for a third term If the prcsidcntal term is made six years 1 am in favor of making the terms of congressmen three years instead of two." There arc much stronger reasons than that given by Mr. Clark for lengthening the president's term to six years and making him ineligible The nation's chief for executive should be x,p1aCcdout of reath of the tcmptaJtiQrt actions .to his., political needs. He should serve bpfpcpple andnot himself Urroighout'jiiis.tipiC'ip office and he-- ' should' knowterm fa ;cnded ' tlffcrc-- ' cannot "'bd'iin-othcone for him. Yet 'MrClark is right in thinking that pcrmanant deliverance. From lhc intermittent third term frenzy would be very precious 'to the American public. While heirtikH,sagrdeing vidvjie suggestions., t.hetdemocratic leader respecting the president's, term of service, we cannot commend his plan to lerigthcnthe terms of members of the lower, house ofc congress . Two yca'rs is the proper Icnfli'of time', for. congressmen to act under the mandate of the; people.- vA longer period would tend tQihakethcm less responsive to the popular will than they are now. ' However; Mr.' Clark might well work earnestly to secure prompt service for new congressman. The present arrangement of congressional sessions leaves a congress with spinal survival of the fittest, as proved by the erect old people of that day who boasted of never having troubled a chair back In their lives; and it is no wonder that the spines that survived the schoolroom furnitu re of that day emerged from the ordeal strong enough to carry their owners upright for the rest of their days. Hut. people beqan to realize that whenSpartan methods did not make they were apt joiner, and bonfires were made of all the old backless forms, so high that the feet dangled far from the floor, and scats and desks were constructed with some consideration for the needs of the young developing frame. When standing, that position of the body which is known in the military drill as "attention" is the position which should be constantly demanded Until it becomes ah automatic, habit, because it is the one in which the body can propel ly carry on its functions. The first thing gained by proper carriage, both while sitting or standing, is good chest expansion. This means that the lungs have room in which to do their work, and will go far to prevent or cure respiratory troubles. But it is not only the btngs that are crowded and impeded when people loll and lougc and stoop. The other organs in the body also suffer. The heart ,nccds all the room allotted to it by nature, and if this room ..is" narrowed by' a .habitual Stopp, its action will be impeded. is of great import. Good posture ance to the abdominal organs also, $ they depend upon it largely for proper support. If the abdominal muscles, are allowed to lose their tone and,, grow weakt the stomach and. kidney, and liver cannot maintain their respective relations to each Other, the digestive processes are interfered with, and the entire organization .suffers. , Slippers, Gr&ve Vaults. Disinfection ROARK How Nature Provides, Our Beauty, Health and Happiness. SSL Is it not possible, and altogether prob nblo that elements necessary for tho h aro contained in the medicinal roots found in tho earth, digested in tho plant laboratory of Nature and has been before the public for 30 years, most of the time right inndo ready for man or animal ? on the spot where we are now located. There is n growing belief among scientists that tho vegetable kingdom furnishes us with tho necessary elements for blood making and to keep that o balanco of health that the human nnimal ia rpt to disturb by wrong methods of living Thus wo know that constantly has been to sell the best goods in our lines, at the v:c should got tho phorphatcs from the wheat in our bread or porno cereal most reasonable prices. Our services arc of the highest grade, foods, and iron from certain vegetables, our wares the best, and our equipment compares with the best cuch as spinach and preens. If thcrn i3 Uicn our best of the larger cities. We endeavor constantly to increase our method for recovering our Ftandard usefulness. balanco of health is to pc to Nature's Laboratory tho plant life which will furnieh tho remedy. Uuricd deep in our forests is the plan! known ns Golden Seal (Hydrastis) the root of which Kdwin Ji. ilale, M. D. Professor cf Materia Mcdica nt Hahnemann Medical Collopp,, Chicago, states On your patronage is based on a service the duration of an ordin"In relation to its general effects on tho ary life time, and a square deal assured every one. The accumEVEtcm, there 13 110 medicine in uso nbout which there is ruch general unulated experience and knowledge of this third of a century arc animity of opinion. It is univcrfally at your command. regarded as tho tonic useful in nil debilitated states." Dr. Halo continues: "Prof. John M. Scuddcr eays, stimulates tho digCKtivo processes, and inJ8L creases the nssimilation of food. By Jot these means the blood is enriched, and mm djooq iccus uio muscular system.' ORIEN L. ROARK, Manager 1 mcnuon tho muscular system because I believe it first feels the increased power imparted by the stimulation of increased nutrition. Tho consequent improvement 011 tho nervous and glandular 6y(itcms aro natural results.'" UNERAL TORS Queen's root is another Btillinpia or root which has long been in repute ns nn altcrativo (blood purifier) and Prof. tstNis6e 187) Lnf MsUnce TdeiMoes: Stwe 72; Kmc W5 John King, M. D., says of it: "An alterative unsurpassed by few if any "other cf tho known alteratives; most successful in skin and scrofulous affections. Beneficial in bronchial affections permanently curcsbronchttis relieves irritation nn important cough rcmedr coughs of years standing being cured. g Aids in and nutrition, nnd may be taken without harm for long periods." Nearly forty years ngo, Dr. I?. Y. 1 Tierce of Buffalo, N. Y., combined an extract of tho two above roots, together -with, that of Stono root, Black Cherry-barBloodroot, Mandrake and Glyc BARBOUR HEAD, Manager erine into a prescription which ho put up in a rcadyrto-us- o form, nnd called Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. it. waa most successful m correcting and curing such ailments as wcro duo to stomach and liver derangements, followed by inipuro blood. In cases of weak Etomach. indigestion, dyspepsia, ulceration of stomach Laid ao years ago arc es good as new xnd hare sever aaedUd or bowels, torpid liver, or bilionsncsn, repairs. Think of : the "Golden Medical Discovery" has in- -1 ,.,.-- : What other roefia; will laat as Jicvcr occn cxcciica. nn a tcnn-r,- i aiut lok m watt ? " JTl ir lrgfi rcproo t orm pr oef, and rery easily tfd. gans "in tunc" and enable, tnem to They can be laid rlgt erer weed skiafles.lf necessary, wkiMirt creperform their proper functions. , ating dirt or inconvenience. This alterative ond tonic is indicated when ou have symptoms of headache, For prices and other detailed infbrraation apply tobackache, ia fact "ache all over." When your appetite ia gone, tongue 0. M. DEXTER & furred, bad taetc in mouth, foul breath, Grttivilfc, Ky. . when you feel weak, tired, blue and discouraged, then is tho time to take this natural rcstorativo of Dr. Pierce. "Golden Wcdic.il Discovery" is not n rccrct, or patent medicine, because a!! its ingredients aro printed on t te bottlr wrapper. It contains no alcohol, c: other harmful, agents Feed and hitch business solicited, chemically pure, triple-refino being uccd as n colvcnt and preNew Newspaper, the and given careful servative. . ... .1 1 1" ji. uuuu intuicai oook, written n Telephone No. 1S2 Dajr or Night plain JSnglish, and frco from technical terms is a valuablo work for frequent oucn n worlc is Dr. cuiisuiiuuon. Picrco's Common Senro Medical Adviser. lt'3 a book of 1C03 pages, illustrated. It ia given away Edited and published by R. O. Pace at now, although formerly sold in cloth binding for $1.50. Send 21 cents, in Greenville, made its appearance one-cestamps, to pay for cost of mailing only lor d copy, addressing Dr. R. V. Tierce, Buffalo, N. Y.; or 31 ccnta for an elegantly d copy. Dr. Picrco's Pleasant Pellets regulate and invigorate stomach, liver and bowcl3. Ono a laxative, two of threo cathartic. Easy to toko as candy. body-healtdeli-cat- Our Name Our Aim n I .1 I Our Claim SL Si SL SL tpitis qffi-Ct- 'It 'Pre J. L. ROARK Estate EALERS D IREC SL SL s V F URNITURE SL SL SL blood-makjn- : Greenville Livery Co. k, .1 : METAL SHINGLES to-d1 1 -- ToTtnW no,, JffWSlawv.ev.flHilfiS-t- .nRnprm mourns aiui 11 is cuosen. Hangover congress should be done away with. Each congress should meet in regular session within a short thme after it is elected and begin carrying out. the expressed wishes of the people. to become- an invalid a "neurotic spins" it should be coaxed back to health with the help ot some good brace or support, axurc often being hastened by local massage. - j " .'-;- FIRST CLASS LIVERY SERVICE (0. Straight Spines. It is only necessary to glance casually at our fellowmen and women in our daily journeyings, to be impressed with the fact that very .HIDESandWJ few people carry their body properly; still fewer ever' stop to think leaf Pa W. wecufe J. how grave is the injustice they Idfar far m tka ttota wwifia ma tilth. thereby do themselves, not only a KtteMcc uf hk m LmhtiIk. We ftriMfe Wed lift Free to ikSfftn. WrikUfffialit regards appearance, but in their X. SAKL k SMS Lmmlk, tj. general health and In the Spartan days of the last century it was demanded' of children that they hold themselves erect. Miss Lena Arnold would appreci This was often the cause of much ate the favor of your laundry work, wellmcant cruelty delicate and she represents the best plant in children, and rcsultedm a sort of this territory. z HIGH GRADE CLOSED CARRIAGES attention WOOL j WE BUY habit-formi- ng A New Newspaper A give-cerin- s A 1 "ItlLEfi pro-lusc- well-bein- paper-covere- cloth-boun- APRIL 1, 1Q1Q to-4t- Selecting Wall Paper SOME OF ITS FEATURES the Kefisterefl POLAND-CHIN- A BOAfc, have used less than one hpttle of Cardui," writes Mrs. Gertrude Ward, of Rushville, Neb., "and am feeling fifty per cent better than when I began taking it "Before taking Cardui, I had suffered with female trouble, for eight years. My greatest trouble was irregularity. I also suffered with severe pains, every month, but now I am greatly improved and will recommend Cardui to all my suffering friends." 1 50 Per Cent Better NOXAL WONDER for one or any number of rooms can be done with satisfaction at Roark's. In the fifty stock patterns shown there is wide variety of design and coloring. And the goods are ready for immediate delivery. One great advantage is the ability to get more if you find you need it, and if you have a roll or so over it is easy to return it and get credit. J-! All home print? all the home news Republican in politics, but fair to everybody Devoted to the county's social, moral, educational, inauv trial and political welfare Pertinent editorial comment on matters of public interest. A free "want'' and "exchange" column for use of all of iti subscribers, except regular dealers A circulation from the beginning of nearly 2000 One Dollar per year and worth it No. sire Perfect Wonder, ftn QUEEN QUALITY, Take CARDUI The Woman's Tonic ; ; a fine individual, from a perfect strain of prize winners, is now in service, at $i.oo, cash in hand only. The patronage of the public is solicited. J. E. COOMBS. JOB DEPARTMENT J '. The Sentinel has one cf the most complete job offices Kentucky. This department is under the supervise The rare medicinal herbs of Cardui are imported by the manufacturers direct from Europe and are not to be .; found in any other- medicine. These ingredients.-ar- e its superiority, as a femalcjme.isiftcatid. tQnicoye.r any other medicine. For oyer .50 years Cardui has tieen the favorite woman's medicine. The ladies., like it, because it is so easy to take, so gentle, "So 'safeso 'reliable in its results, and they have faithiriMts curative tonic, powers, becausa of the thousands of other ladies it has hlpd. Try it today. & hat-giyp.ardui 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE "if j Just at this time we have several I IUBE MAM . Writs to: Ladiet AdrlT? lor Sptcial Instructing, amt MmHcIim Co. Cluttiaooaa. kook, "Hobn TrwrtatMt x fomt," ttMk Tsml. EHZKEQ2I The Record 50c. per year. Fresh, smoked and salted meats of all kinds at J. E. Coombs & Co's market. o 20 " oululou vkotkar ucartkln CoMBalr- Unnistrlctl7ooiiiititM. HANOtOOK on rattnu ent re. Olileit Mnc7 rorNovnnfvManti. Co. rsoatra l'Atenu taken thrnaaa Mann 0 tftelal notlct, without ehara. la tna liiTontlon It prnkablr ftopvaiaHTS Anyonon31nj aikalok MdMrtptlou Quieklr our frft Dsaian SPECIAL BARGAINS IN QUANTITIES sufficient for one It thra rooms the price in some casoc kting katf. Prist s every pattern k low. COME AND SEE, OR ASK FOR SAMPLE BOOKS, which wiR be sent on request. ion of Mr. E. E. Reno, one of the most obliging and practical printers in the state. He will be glad to sec his old customers. and to serve them when needing anything in the job line All machinery operated by electricity Your patronage solicited. Our prices are right, Satitv faction guaranteed t"tbl. Ji1e T)m Scientific MUNN Branch A handiomalr lllnstrated waaklf. Tjtraeit air. dilation of any aclantlOo journal. Ttrrai. I a year: fourmontba.fi. Sold by all nawadealera. Mtrton. The J. L. ROARK Estate. ICUOEZDlIc ktaat MWact af Edaara rrtabh aa4 a .Wasa.t. Wleisaeoa, rick TJ?T0' to gettlnefata year sfstoa. H I Physicians Advise .. fcnrds aD " poteww of -- undigested ' VPr - vn i .t.m.. vJ" "'Z r c -- ....li. '".?J"7 VrJ"!:" Try - Roark'siurniture polisfes rest-- , some- 0ce. i Co."''New C36 dadx, ferwlskatw. wlctatulwca. ate. F1 York V 8U Wastiinatoa. V. C. 30I what better than the andissold If you think you can't get your No matter what typewriter you use, considerably cheaper, and withvthe broadest guarantee money back if work done to please- - you, call 25 3 ribbons for it are in stock at this not better than any yau ever used. They will show you. office. Subscribe for The Record Only 50c, VELVO LIVER SYRUP LAXATIVE 'si