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It pays for itself, sure of returns, The Investment is Get our rates. mtmk GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1911, potter's clay.! getc, and the most inviting field in for investment of capital and pluck. Ken-Itiick- y is rich in coal, iron, timber, Muhlenberg' County VOL. XII. NO. 50. Nondescript Fevers. Pointed Paragraphs. All the world loves a lover with the exception of his rival. Any husband who is made good by nagging will bear watching. The man who is first to give advice is usually the last to take it. To be at peace with your neighbors often means war with yourself. Occasionally a woman has a faint suspicion that she is going to swoon. "In trusts we trust" would be au appropriate motto for the big interests. The pessimist never hopes for tin: best for fear it will prove to be counterfeit. And many a man who calls a spade a spade shovels his food in with a knife. THE RATI: TO CHICAGO REDUCED. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE DR. Furniture, Moldings, Wall Paper We carry on our floors and in our ware-roothe largest variety of Furniture in Muhlenberg. If we do not have what you want, we will get it for you. We have factory connections with makers of the finest goods in the country, and through "Our Special Order Department" can supply any exclusive articles at less prices than city stores or mail order houses. Our Picture and Room Molding-stock- s are always complete. Wallpaper is now a staple article of merchandise, being used all the year 'round. And we always have full selections, prices 5 cents and up per roll. prices. There is a type of fever, sometimes called ephemeral fever, which, when it develops in a member of a family, may cause great anxiety for a time, for fear it may he the beginning of an infectious It may last for only a disorder. few hours, or it may persist ,lor a day or two. It generally begins abruptly and runs from one hundred and one to one hundred and three degrees, or even higher, and is accompanied by a feeling of indisposition, with loss of appetite, a coaled tongue, seme-timeespecially in the case of young children, slight delirium at night, and very often an outbreak of coldsorcs on the lips. Just as those in charge of the case have about made up their minds that the patient is in for a long, serious illness, the symptoms suddenly subside, the temperature goes back to normal, and after a few days of convalescence, all is well again. In some cases the fever ends by a cris is accompanied by a profuse sweating. Such an illness as has been described may be brought about in a variety of ways. In some cases, especially in children, it may be caused by an attack of acute dyspepsia, the fever being due to the absorption of poisonous matters, or plomains, which were orcsent in the food when eaten, or others which may be form-c- d Exposure to during digestion. the sun may result in a short, feverish illness, as may also long and violent muscular exertion, such as in one unrowing or tennis-playinaccustomed to the exercise. Many persons who lead sedentary lives make the mistake of filling a brief vacation with violent exercise, nh the idea that they thus strcuth-c- n themselves, only to find that the resulting feverish exhaustion sends them back to work more tired than fcrehon thfv started. short-lived J- - W. BARLOWi D E N T 1 S T. Crown nnd Bridge Work done rtt reasonable ORlce up stairs, In the J on en Untitling. Greenville, Ky. THE DR. T. J. SLATON, PliyMlclnrt nnd SJiirccon. OHicc Main-cros- s street uonr Main street. WADE 15 CAM HOWARD. It. GRAY. NEW DISCOVERY for COUGHS and COLDS AND ALL THROAT and LUNG DISEASES PREVENTS OF CURES KIN G DR. KING'S LAWYERS. Office In Green Building, opposite LaMcade Hotel. ORS. ELTSLEY & HELTSLEY PHYSICIANS &xyiaifit? - - Engrailing OSTEOPATHIC CSTOur Engraving Machine is the only one in this part of Kentucky, and we are exclusively prepared to supply individual Name Plates, which we furnish on all Office at Home, East Mam'cross Street. Telephone No. 78. PNEUMONIA CONSUMPTION outfits without extra cost. Undertaking and Embalming. Motion Route Announces New Schedule Monon 1 ioufe and Chicago of Fares One Way and Round Trip. The Monon Route announces that it will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago at $6 one way, instead of $S as formerly, and $12 round trip, good 30 days returning, instead of $16. Patrons are offered exceptionally good service by the Monon, which on night trains fiom Louisville operates CompartPullmans, ment and Drawing-rooas well as the usual straight sleeper. The day trains have Parlor and Din ing cars, and the very finest modern, new coaches. Inquiries cheerfully answered by K. II. Bacon, D. P, A , Louisville, Ky. Take your beef hides to J. Coombs & Co. and get the cash. K IS EST LINE TO lined airtight Caskets; all lengths, and regular, extra and double extra widths. and the Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes constantVast ly in stock, for immediate delivery. Burial Robes, Wrappers, Suits, Dresses, ' Two trains daily Slippers, etc., in large variety. Our two licensed Embalmers respond at French Lick and West BaBcn Springs. once to calls fcr such services. 14 Our general equipment is complete and union of highest grade. We have a Funeral Car in service, subdba u horn ject to call anywhere. Chicago. TeleLsT'Two Private phones, Store 72; Residence 10S. Dinin? and Parlor; Cars. Residence 150 yards from store. Prompt service any hour day or night. Palace Drawing Room Sleepers. Coffins in White Enamel and Stained Varnish finish; Caskets in White Enamel, Natural Woods, White, Colored and Black Cloth Covered; and Copper SET WHEN Louisville Two years ago a severe cold settled on my lungs and so completely prostrated me that was unable to work and scarcely able to stand. I then was advised to try Dr. King's New Discovery,I and after using one bottle I vent back to work, as well as I ever was." W. J. ATKINS, Banner Springs, Tena. California PRICE 50c SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY AND $1.00 Northwest J All Druggists. A . station, louisvillh: station, BETTER MATTRESS FOR LESS MONEY Let us prove to you that the Stearns & Foster Windsor erode Mattress is superior to any $15.00 mattress advertised in the You don't have to buy on faith. We'll show you magazines. the inside (an important side to know) of the very mattress you buy. Long-Distan- . : OMEN L. MARK. Trie J. L. ROARK ESTATE. Manager. E. H. BACON, Dip. A., M.n'kot Sts. N. W. Cor. 1th LOUISVILLE. KY. A Little Good Faint in Time Saves $ $ $ When your building need painting, every day's delay cojIs you money. The jun, rain, snow and frost are selling in their work. Lumber costs too much to let it decay for want of a little paint. out it. work. It costs less to use good paint than to rjo withWe use Nothing but good paint on our AT FACTORY PRSCES STEARNS & fOSTER Windsor grade MATTRESS A positive guarantee of money back if not satisfactory on 60 xuijiua mar. vorae in loaay. we ve goi au me gooa inings ai very reasonaoie pnpes. GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS Get potted plants and cut flowers from Miss Lena Arnold. Very. Serintis It a very ecriouo rr.t t to ask for one 13 medicine and 'tu j the wrong one given you. Tvr thia reat .a wu urpo you buying, 9fV A L WHITE LEAD RQiRK Estate v In rotil1 cdutTtjics.aft.aiJ ti-- ' nv eiiimmcru lnviiis. .iiiuuauiv rii caused uy mc cnangcu conuiuons No. 270 We shlo all vehicles Dlrwt from cur Pnrtnrv of life, and partly by careless exC. O. D. to Consumer subject to examination ami upprovalonjoilays free trial. It is of tlicpreatcst posure. imporinnceio tnc tJioiie llufitfy & Harness CTo. to Inhere are also abortive injections. have every one who deal with us n pliosed and Satisfied Customer. No effort is spared to make each shipment such excellent value in quality of The children of a family will come material, workmanship. finih style of Vehicle (fiat it will be a Lasting Advertisement down with scarlet fever. On.; child Rrd bring us piany orders in return, if we please you, by pellitiffyQti nit honestly made buggy and will be seen to have a fever, but will at a price less the Miildlumnn'a ProSt. you wilt recommend our poods to your neighbor. Ot:r not develop the characteristic rash, Guarantee isahsolutelv as pocd to our customct s as it would be to n dealer. If oolaarc not ns rep and after a Izw days of feeling rathOur electric equipment enables us resented your money is returned to you. 1 ou er ill, will recover, but without hav-iu- g to handle promptly all orders for tike no risk. Wo manufacture honest Vehicles and Harness. money, (ill orders prompt!). earned the immunity which the job printing. Give us your busi mvc our customers Uu&ly and Harness Catalogue Write for our Tree real disease confers. GLOBE BUGGY & HARNESS COMPANY ness, and we insure satisfaction. 0WENS80R0. KENTUCKY It is impossible to diagnose these Posters fevers at the start; they must be carefully watched, and the absence of Circulars Give your job printing orders to characteristic erruptions, and their Programs The Record. rapid course, must establish the diEnvelopes agnosis. While the fever lasts the Invitations patient should be kept in bed on a Statements very light diet, and after it has Bill Heads broken there should be a few days Heavy-- uiRL VTTftjMHK white roa prices Post Cards of rest and convalescence beforo Fence Co. duties are resumed. pt HALO. ILL. KANSAS III Y, MO, Note Heads Mr ot-.- Black Liver MedJcii e ble medicini, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, 13 firmly established. It does not imitate other modicines. It is better than others, or it would not bo the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale tnan au others combined. SOLD IN TOWN Pa Puro Linseed Oil, Puro Turpcntino and the most expensive colors never cracks or only years of wear will remove it. Let us figure with you when ready to paint. We guarantee tf and durable job prices reasonable. Don't put k elf. scales The reputation of this Old, relia- The kind of paint we uic After The Grippe "I am much pleased, to be able to write and thank you for what Cardui has done for me," writes Mrs. Sarah J. Gilliland, of Siler City, N. C. "Last February, I had the Grippe, which left mc In bad shape. Before that, I had been bothered with female trouble, for ten years, and nothing seemed to cure it "At last, I began to fake Cardui. I have taken only three bottles, but it has done me more good than all the doctors or than any other medicine I ever took." J. H. HAYES Painter and Interior : 3 This 3lgnaturs Is on every box ot the goui'fm Laxative BromoQiunine Tablet sbe remedy that curra a cola In obo tfa? KLKCTBiriAvar I Decorator. : Telephone No, 254 See the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Roark's." MrcilANIC etcryWxIjr. lfittl (ty. the m CARDUI J 42 AND J ciRiin,' icntcamlliowto prac-t- i me t ; j. ii f .n .r pi tute. Sam- - 'n1e. Ptil. The Woman's Tonic l .. v fr 'm I if jou tume 00a year. . Inral TclepkMCS. Letter Heads Calling Cards Receipt Books Snmm .lr. FmniiHoti I : 11 a . L'o.tca, Mass. IS5322E Co. ertrylKxlr. MI'l:l( I'lloriM.U ritv lev ht i lteaiitirnt i. tiitc. iii'M' ly flc contcitN. i'i nltlcUni, qiicition rre-- l '.1 Mr. Farmer: Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence, and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service, which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the ben efits received. Call cr address our nearest office or write direct to head quarters, Nashville Tennessee, for information regarding our special "Farmers' Line" rate. If you are not at present enjoying telephone service, we can immediately interest you. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and the southern portion of Indiana and Illinois. Cumberland Tel. & Tel. Co ( Shipping Tags Business Cards Circular Letters Announcements In Fact Everything THE SATISFACTION Simple. f" tin. iivt. m American rhotagrspny Ut Jlcicon St.. Uotm, Mass. you mention f PHOTO vi.' aJ I I ki J i I to tako Cardul, for your female troubles, because we are sure it will help you. Remember that Ih's great iemalo remedy Typewriter ribbons, all machines, at Roark's n in si 11 s 1 S 1 appetite, regulates irregularities and helps bring back the natural glow of health. Cardui is your best friend, if you only knew it Think of the thousands of ladies whom Cardui has helped! What could possibly prevent it from helping you? Remember you cannot get the benefit of the Cardui ingredients in any other medicine, for they are not for sale in any drug store except in the Lardui bottle. Try Carduu Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept., Chattanoosa Medicine Co., Chattanooga. Tena., lor Special Instructions, and book, "Home Treatment lor Women.' scat tree. For the of any serious illness, like the Grip, Cardui is the best tonic you can use. It builds strength, steadies the nerves, improves the after-effec-ts c'.her sick vomen, so vhy not to you j l'cr headache, backache, periodical pains, female weak ness, many havo said u is ths best medicine to take." Tty it Jffm STSnesi yosJ warily 61' 1WOOL HIDESandRUR H II BtfeDettOT. Atrfi we MB to for WE BUY 1 WL ; I littler rcbaate. rim titan aitab or cmmIuSm we iwittt Keierencc: any baak is Leaurtlle. Wool Oil jrree to our shifters, write ler pott list M.SAEEL&SONS t uuoiiinta t :n. v- - More than nine out of cvery Miss Lena Arnold asks the patronten cases of rheumatism are of the age of the public, and guarantees simply rheumatism muscles, due to cold or damp, that satisfactory work will be done or chronic rheumatism. 'In in her clothes cleaning, pressing such cases no internal treat- and repairing shop. in wearing well cleaned and pressed ment is required. The free clothes is one that doesn't end the application of first time they arc put on. It's a daily and hourly pleasure that one experiences constantly. Isn't it worth something to have your garments cared for by people who arc interested in your appearance, and who know how to do the work properly. Bring us your work or we will call for and deliver it. Telephone No. 25 3. 13 IRecort ArHARCOURT&ra.Lo-uisvilltK- x 1 MANUFACTURING ENGRAVERS Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality. Incorporated.) NEW YORK Chamberlain's L.immej' is all that is needed rtnd it is certain to give quick rdhef. Give it a trial and st e for yjmrself how quickly it relieves- tlte pain and soreness. Price 25yJrSfee size, 50c. A Bissell car last longer than 4ft" costing from $12 to' ers cost 3 to $5. Roark's, and hav than the money-s- i plained. Ql KILLthc COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS CLIPPER IB THE BLAND TELEPHONE (IKCOKX'ORATOO) & TELEGRAPH GO. BREATEST SHOW wth Or. NIK King's MICE THEATRICAL I IN THE WORLD. Year. ISSUED PAPER IQ New Discovery SOo & 1.00. Trial Dolllo Free AMD ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. $4.00 Per Single Cojy, WEEKLY. Cfc, I OLDS GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY! OR MONEY REFUNDED. FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (tW rUHLISUEKS, Ji.tJF.UT J. BOBIE, 47 W .33TU STNlWYOM iUlUIKR. Sample Copy Free. The Record 50c. per year. 3pthebrooms, e peeper win swecp- - GENTEEL TAILORING CO. FORD ltROS. , PROPS. them at dvantoges res ex- - Greenville Merc. Bldg., n 24 White Sewing Machines, in rotary and vibrator; needles, shuttles, etc. in stock for all machines. ROARK'S STORE. Long distance linos and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywnore in southern Indiana, Southern Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi arte! Vo can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with the pcoplo of th ts great section of the country. we solicit your patronage. Rates reasonable. Equipments and facilities L?IA!!D HUMS, CALDVJFLL, D. v,' THE BEGO OibCcxciit Alm iculuirc J. Concrete Roads. Vital Statistics of Some Nations. New Zealand has about the lowest The 1910 report of Secretary of has rccchllv hern issued deatli rate in the world. . An 1 title jKMitlent Newspaper. is slightly low Ireland's death-rat- e ..t... rt'MLMHKl TIIUUHI1ATH HT incut of Agriculture has conducted er than that of England and Wales. In 1902 there were two thousand niportant investigative work during the past year in the development of four hundred and tixtyfour deaths OlllKN I.. ltOAUK, iscerotury. concrete. Portland ce due to smallpox in England and ment concrete is rapidly becoming Wales. I--. Koakk, Editor. Okiun In six of the past nine years the It a universal building material. Telephone, No. 72. has been found during the laboratory deaths in France have exceeded the OftUr in nw Mttrz roar of Htortf, ground Moor. investigations that it is possible to births. ?, No death from hydrophobia has mingle mineral oils with concrete 50 CEiiTS PE?v YEAR. 'IN ADVANCE. which is still wet and before it is been registered in England since laid or moulded in the forms, so H)02. TBRM8. Hnluwrlpttnn )irtre of the jihimt In pnyn that the material may In England and Wales the birthbe rendered M. in i'Tnoc, amI when the tint ItHstrxplrod lovlu. it U pui.t, the paprr wiIHm HloplMHi. absolutely water proof. Several piec- rate has been declining for many r.ir.i ..r ii ti)k, obltimryU uolirra, !., If not A es of road surface have already been years. tti.t-Ion llni, will Miltlln)iel per line will l hh1" for wrrul i'l:iiv ,t concrete, fn Ire linos. Nu rarlAtien of Uilwrule to anyone. improved by On nu average, there arc about r'rrP Mtiiipto oopieR will ho mnlhl. t will be liMwrttnl. A ralinrt addition to this a bridge surface has three thousand five hundred births Alvcriis wiiM.r ftii'iiiHiicd on rfunmt. en constructed of this material in weekly in Greater London. A!.li-f-- . .il)comranni'HUoiiH(iil make nil re ItBCOItl) IMCHSH. pftjrftMc to New Jersey, and these experiments uiHUih-Nearly one-fiftof the deaths in OreoHvllle. Ky. have up to this time proven satisfac- England occur in public institutions. tory. concrete is now THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1911. To every one thousand girls born being given a practical application in England and Wales in 1908 there Knlcrotl at the OrocHTtllc, Ky., pot)toftlu a. on a series of new vaults at the Unitwere one thousand and thirty-sit matter. ed States treasury. Krom the results boys. in England attain The biilh-ratAn Atlanta negro was jailed for already obtained, the experiments indicate that it would be practicable cd the highest point on record in cutting a wart off the hind leg ot a mule. O, how could he do it! Hut to use this material for floors, cel- iS76. he did, and should have been given lars, walls and other similar con structions." City Tax Ordinance. a hero medal instead of jailed. Logan Waller Page, Director of An Ordinance fixing the tax rate for The experience of that insane the Bureau of Public Roads of the municipal purposes in tfie City of Greenville for the year 191 1. woman in Missouri in whore stomach United States Government, is the The City Council of the City of was found by the surgeons who con- inventor of mixing oil and cement examination to form a .dressing for macadam Greenville do ordain as follows: ducted the hairpins, and roads, in the development of which That for all municipal purposes, 1,446 nails, bolts, ot hcrnutallic articles seems to prove he has been experimenting for the for the year 191 1, there shall be conclusively that a diet of hardware past year. The idea suggested it imposed, levied and collected in the is bound to lead to fatal results self to Mr. Page that if oil and Port- City of Greenville a poll tax of $ 1.50 land cement could be made to mix from every male inhabitant of the eventually. thoroughly an important problem in age of 21 ycar and over, and g An Ohio physician, who suspectand water-proo- f build property tax of 75 cents on each ed that one of his patients had con- ing construction would be solved S100 worth of property in the City tracted tuberculosis from a pet cat, Hie following account of the (level of Greenville. examined a hundred cats in the town opmcnt of Mr. Page's idea is taken Approved Jan. 2, 191 1. and found germs of tuberculosis in from the New York Times: J. W. Lam, Mayor, every one. Thirty of them were Qui ex L. Roark, Clerk. Experiments were started at once seriously ill. It has long been known by the Uureau of Public Roads. It is better for the preacher to that cats carry the contagion of Mr. Page threw a quantity of oil in scarlet fever and measles in their to some raw cement, worked it thor- know today's children than all the fur. If it shall be established that oughly and left it to set. In a short church fathers. they can communicate tuberculosis time it had hardened as thoroughly to human beings, their popularity as ordinary concrete docs. Tests of $8.50 TAILOR MADE will diminish in careful families. the small blocks showed it to be TROUSERS EOR tough, durable and entirely imperv f OA A I IWTtD T.'Mt 0L Y. In order to In Our Congressman, Hon. R. Y. ious to moisture- tvoihii'e our hlRh grnilt, mnile to measure tj(f-Thomas, has introduced a bill pro Then the experiment work began oHi'-- illrcct from in.ijjcr to wenrcr, we arc of posing that the government secure in earnest. Mr. rage was confident fering every nmn In tiu United !stnte a P(if r uf our high grmlf regular priced f8.(0 tnjlijr .Mammoth Cave as a national park that if the new concrete showed the uinde trouncr cut to jrour nienMireforCpecnty ,1 nu trailing r aii appropriation uic strength and endurance of ordinary Every man can uuprctilntc the convenleniia of iur ImViiij? an extra jmlr of those tailor ,..,aoh,eobi"fQr tbJc purchascV-bcjiU- ti 'fststtM lilotirt' couGicvcr 11- vouiu wots. a. revoiunnn in ml e ouxera aft. Jiotlier to orin the tvcur. We don't llinit 3 011 to any certain pat: 1.1.. t, r... dinary buildfug world. For while concrete absorbs water, dusts tern, but you can have your elioiott from a segross as well as by the press and and chips off and disintegrates in lect stock of tlio most fanlilonablo mid desirable inutcrinlti now ticlnjr shown by the higher public, and while there is little like some cases, the mixture of oil with prleed custom tailor in the enttt. We are lihood that it will be reached this the cement in place of water seems making thin remarkable otTer merely to Introduce our new Premier System, ufhlKh jjrade term, which is a short one, doubt- to remedy most of these troubles. - titloritiK rut to your individual mennure, direct maker to wearer Having you from 4 to 44 less favorable action will be taken Tanks have been built of the new from of what you have been paying for your the 00.1t next term. Mr. Thomas is also pre material, so thin that water would clothes in the past. Remember this offer In for paring a bill which will offer the have spurted through the usual con- a limited time only. We are a reliable concern and mean just what we xay. Seud stamp home and grounds of Jefferson crete wall; but the oil concrete shows for samples and measurement blanks. Ask for Davis as a gift to the people. This, no leakage after months of use. A our special suit otTer and sample catalogue, In at once and get delay. also, will doubtless receive favor short stretch of road has beep built pon't of this Send offer. Write us. the full liberal feettt able consideration, and Mr. Thomas of the material in Washington. While THE PREMIER TAILORS is receiving much praise ior his' ac Chieaso, III. automobile tires pull up the fine par- IH5T-- MndfsoitJjt. livities along these lines. ticles of a macadam road, they seem to have no effect on the new surface, Tun. Interrelations between the and the material embraces the urivarious organs and members of the nes of asphalt without its great cost. SHOULD PER body arc sometimes co subtle that The tests have been so thorough EARN WEEK they escape the attention of anato that a mixture of oil and cement is Introducing our very complete Spring line of .mists for generations and then come now wash fabrics, being used to construct new beautiful wool suiting, petticoats, etc. fancy Up to walstlugs, silks, hdkfs, up as sensational and important (lis vaults in the United States Treasury. date N. V. City Patterns. Finest line on the coveric. A physician in London, fjjurkej. Dealing direct with the mills you will It will probably be used for a short llfjd opr Jirl.ees low. If others can make tlO.CO Dr. William Martin Richards, has section of an important engineering to ?3t).tt weeUly ypp pin also. Samples, full Inhad occasion to obierve a relation Ex- structions lu neat sample ease, shipped work in New York next year. prepaid. No money required. Kxcluslvc existing between the eyes and the perimental pieces ot the substance, territory. Write for particulars, lie first to apvoice and has recently made a slatc- ply. Standard after six months of hard usage, have Binghampton, V.Dress Goods Company, Dept. GOO, V. jnent of two cases that came under sustained a pressure of 2,400 pounds Sm treatment where actresses who to the square Inch before breaking. had lot their voices completely re Cement manufacturers have been What Are Yofi Going covered them u'hen treated for de sending car loads of cement to WashTo Do This Year lectivc eyes and nttca with proper ington, and oil producers have furglasses. lie tells of one young nished many barrels of oil for the by way of making your business sucvvoman in whose family eye diseases cessful and your domestic life full of conduct of the experiments. .vcrc hereditary, who found herself This is the invention tt'hjch. JIr. pleasure, if you are not supplied with at the age of 22 losing her voice. Page has asked to have patented in tcjepjione sefvice of the Cumberland Her eyes were found to be in need Telegraph Company? the name of the people of the United Telephone of attention and when she had been a stage of Everyone should have a telephone. States It has reached supplied with glasses she promptly development where its success seems You arc connected with all outside jccovcrcd her singing voice. When assured; and ij. is apparently destin- important points in local connections she discarded the glasses some time ed to take the pianp of prdjnary with all residences and business houslater arul her eyes were once more forms of concrete in the more im- es. For any information call manneglected her voice also relapsed in portant building operations of the ager, to a husky state that precluded all future. Royalties amounting to Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Co. singing. This practitioner has oh Incorporated. millions of dollars are within the served a number of similar cases reach, of thg jnventor, had he cared and the discovery of the relation be to withdraw from the pyblc service The graces of character grow not tween the eyes anduhc voice should his experiments privately, Jjjrough special efforts but in ordicarry on certainly be valuable to stage folks and patent the process for his own nary duties, .and others who depend largely upon use. But Mr. Page has become one Ihcir voices for their status in .heHear varied seof the "inventors for the common world. lections on the Vicgood.' ag they have come to be tor talking macalled. An ingenious way of lighting chines at Roark's. tunnel has been devised by a ParisStray Notice. The world's best ian inventor. Reflectors throw the music, us wpjl as a) Taken up by W. A. Creek, living light from many electric lamps sixfeet above the rails to the six mM south of Greenville, Ky., the popular selections, speeches, teen sides of the tunnel, where it is one red heifer about Iwo years old, bands, orchestras, instiumental soVictors range in again reflected by burnished tin, marked with smooth crop off ot los, quartettes. and hole in left ear, valued pijce from 10 to $100. Victrolas giving a soft and agreeable light. right car turn the by L. B. Allen at 14.00. The said i75 lo $250. Large Ijbrgry of reThe trains autoniaticly off when enter- Creek states under oath that he has cords and alj kinds of talkjng current on and supplies. not changed or defaced any of the ing end leaving the tunnel. marks of the said heifer. 19 j t Take your beef hides to J. It. This 14th day of January, 1911. Give yonr job printing orders to H. Lovell, J. P. M. C. Coombs & Co. and get the cash. J. Tub Record. ... Fortune Telling Doos not tnke into consideration the one essential to wom- A GIFT FOR CULTURED HOMES 1 RECORD PRESS, an's happiness womanly licnlth. The woman who neglects her health 13 neglecting the very inundation of nil good fortune. For without health love loses its lustre nnd gold is hut dross. Womanly health when lost or impturcd may generally be regained by the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Long-Distan- This Prescription lias, lor over lO years, been curing delicate, weak, women, by the hundreds ot thousands nnd this too in the privacy of their homes without their having to submit to IndcII catc questionings and offensively repu' nnnt examinations. paln-wrackc- tl .1 . i i .m- fr. Sick women arc invited to consult Dr. Pierce by letter free. All correspondence held ns sacredly confidential. Address World's Dispensary Medical Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, IhiTalo, N. Y Dr. Pitmen's Grdat Family Docrou Hook, The People's Common Sense edition 1000 pages, answers tn Medical Adviser, newly revised Plain English hosts of delicate questions which every woman, single or manicd, ought to know about. Sent free, in plain wrapper to any address on receipt of 21 stamps to cover mailing only, or in cloth binding for 31 stamps. one-ce- - h x BLACKWELL aoeoml-clam- I ROARK M writes all C"YICTROLA XVI., $200 Others $75, $100, $150 e GENERAL INSURANCE We represent tbe Home ance (0. of Insur H. kinds of farm and city property. post-morte- Y. The Victrola adds to the refinement of any home, because it plays the very best music of the world, and because its artistic lines give it a natural. place in the decorations of the cultured home. The Victrola plays such a wide range of music, you must use good judgment or your record library will be immense. We want to help you select them, and since we know the merit of each Victor record we can help you. VICTOR PRICES SAME EVERYWHERE-PERSON- AL SERVICE HERE -- y 7 road-makin- FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY GIVE US A :- -: J. L. ROARK Y ESTATE BONDS W.X"X:W"K"K CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE. BOYD & MARKS Merchant Tailors Greenville, Kentucky A ? t 1 MEN: 90c BLACKWELL & ROARK GREENVILLE, KY. dollar saved is two made, so have your clothes made at home, by tailors. We save you no less than Sio ON EACH SUIT, We also do cleaning and pressing. you buy from us. Our club rate is 75c. per month. We guarantee al work satigfactofy or money refunded. A trial Is all we ask. Telephone No. 16-2. - " a. - . 1 rr I iiot(i(tiitii - ""' I FEBRUARY BARGAINS DAILY Ag-- A BLUE ROSE-fir The New Halted by The Greatest . Resc Novelty of the Century Seiid for Descriptlen and Price List Ke (Ybfet th INee Blue) f tower line Rse. Ycry Yr4r- o js and hardy. Free BhtMihg t- as the Fcrermwcr f the Ckx- - 6rtwrs ! GrccnliouHCM JOHN B. RACKEBRANDT -t Princeton, Ky. EVERY WOMAN Courier At One-hal- MUHLENBERG COUNTY Price f If you will bring or send us your subscription ijur ins the month of February we will send you SAVINGS BANK Greenville, Ky, XLhc IRecovb R-JOURAL ONE YEAR and THE Appreciating your past patron age we solicit all or part of your DAILY (OURIE future Banking business. THOS. E. SUMNER, Cashier. FOUR MONTHS For Only $1.50 Or this paper QNE YEAR and DAILY COURIER. JOURNAL Eight Months for JBS.SO Subscriptions received at this price only during the month of February The State and National Campaigns are opening and you want to keep posted on political 6yes IJead the Cour icrJournal editorials, And Mr, Wattcrson's letters from Europe will be interesting Subscription orders under this offer must NOT be sent to the Courierjournal, bjt to uc THE FIRS! NATIONAL BANK GREENVILLE, KENTUCKY DIRECTORS W, A. Wickliffe, W. G. Duncan, C. E. Martin, R. T. Martin, E. J. Puryear, C, M, Martin, Jno. T, Reynolds, Jr. ? The standing and responsibility of the men who constitute our Board of Directors are a guarantee of careful, judicious management. - The men who want to wind all the who has many strings in his his fset mixed world's clocks seldom want to go to ands is jure to get work by any of them. up with sornc fif them. lie MARDI GRAS CELEBRATION NEW ORLEANS, FEB. 21-2- 8. - rna-chj- Club pressing rates $1 per month Last Wallpaper Cut. at Ford Bros. Wallpaper at Roark's is now offiered at 2c. per roll and up all grades cut to last When the church acts like a circus fjQlch, to close the stock entirely by April the side shows always swallow the Day now ami save. 1 for'nQip goods. main tent. Jf we were not so anxiqus to seem what we are not we might become J. E. Coombs & Co. buy beer hides. Highest cash price. what we should Dates of sales February 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, and 27. V. G. Crawford, Agent. Return limit, March 11. PARE $IS.7S WALLPAPER Special Prices, at Roark's. BIG GOAL MINE Y. M. C A. NOTES. A Haden-Kirkpatri- Wedding. Makes the most nutritions food and ftke most dainty and delicious. DEAL REPORTED Eastern Syndicate to Take Over Coal Mines in Muhlenberg, Ohio Hopkins, and McLean Counties. OF DOLLARS INVOLVED. MILLIONS Reports have been in circulation recently that an eastern syndicate was to take over the largest coal mines in this county, Hopkins, Ohio and McLean. Messrs. W. D. and Shelby Gish, ol Central City, arc rcpreseDtatives of the east ern men, and have secured options on about forty mines, about two doz en of them being in this county, and The only Baking Powder made including practically all the develfrom Royal Grape Cream of Tartar oped fields. These options were secured some months ago, and run un til the lirst of April. The proposed d;al will involve sume millions of biscuit-makin- g. dollars, and will be riie largest ever carried through in the state if it is closed. There is not much prob ability of such a thing being done, in the opinion of some wc I informed Royal Cook Book S00 Receipts Free. Send Name and Address. men in the coal business, but at the same time it is conceded tthat it is ROYAL DAKINCS POWDER CO., NEW YORK. probably only a question, of a few years until the coal in tbis .section will be in the hands of a. syndicate. The Record 50c. per year. I. C. R. R. LOCAL TIME CARD. However, at this time it is not thought that conditions are favorGood morning! Any new marriage able for so vast an undertaking. rumors to report? BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure No fussing or fretting over the Royal is the aid to many cook's success, a Last Sunday Mr. C. W. Taylor led the meeting. The subject of Counting the Cost, was presented in an admirable manner, and all present declared it a very interesting and instructive meeting. The subject for next Sunday will be The Raising of Lazarus. Do not fail to attend this meeting or you may miss the very man you wanted to hcai speak. An interesting meeting is assured and a All fine speaker has been secured. and boys arc very cordially inmen vited to be present, and if the men do not be careful the boys will be in the majority. On last Friday night when the Earlington and Greenville boys played basket ball the seats were all taken and the standing room was crowded to overflowing, and the back windows were not forgotten. There were about 150 people who witnessed the game, and it proved to be an interesting one, and the cry is, more room, for spectators. The victory went to the Greenville team in a score of 38 to 13. The line up was as follows: KAKLIN'OTON. OIIKKNVII.I.K. Draper r. f. f. 0. r. jr. 1. ir. 1. I'uuncll Mulrilcton Feathers ton CtiYtis surprise wedding was that of Miss Lucy Haden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Haden, of Drakcs-boro- , and Mr. Carlisle Kirkpatrick, of this city. Some weeks ago the announcement was made of the engagement, and it was understood that the wedding was to occur on February 1. On the supposition that this date was correct, the many friends of the couple had arranged several items of entertainment in their honor. But the desire of the principals was for a quiet wedding, and so they were married by Rev. G. B. McDonald at his home at 9 o'clock on the evening of Tuesday, January 24, just a few friends being present. And the secret was well kept, as the bride and groom left at midnight Tuesday on their honeymoon trip, and few people knew until afterward that the wedding had been a week before. They arc in New Orleans, and may go over to Cuba for a few days, being away some two weeks, when they will return to their home here. Both are popular and well known, and in this important step they have tho best wishes of many friends here and elsewhere. Burr Grist lill THERE'S ONLY ONE LIGHT theae days after all. You may put up with old lights and try to say they are good "enough, but in your heart you envy those who enjoy the electric light. The invention of the Tungsten lamp has greatly reduced tho cost of electric light. Let us tell you how littie you can have it in your house for. Greenville Light Olliuo Hours: & Water Co. (iNconroiiATUD) Sumner Purynur Smith My new burr grist mill is in oper atlon; call on your merchants for Dudley Shurn 7.30 to 8 a. lit. 11 1 t On next Friday night the Juniors will have their game aud contests. The Owls and Buzzards will play. Phoue No. --'51. 1 to 12 a. m. to 1.30 p. ni. to 5 p. m. Smallpox in County. Eggs and butter have dropped ofl County health officer Dr. T. J. slightly in price, but the supply is tOl Louisville- Limited 138 Central City nccutn Slaton had reported to him the latstill short. SOUTH BOUND. ter pari of the week what was thought NO. 135 Paducnh uiwl Cairo nccoui fc.lSiun Your patronage solicited by "Ford to be some cases of smallpox, and 121 Kullon Accommodation lS.40pm 101 New OrloanH Spoclul 3.10 pm Bros. on investigation he declared the ail103 X. O. Spec. Louisville par. only .1.30 am w. a. CiuwroRD. Ari unc 5, 1010. ment was smallpox. There arc only Horse jockies were very active two cases, among a camp of men here .Monday, and the number of frorr. Hopkins county who arc gettransfers was large. ting out railroad ties near Unity church. The disease is in very light The V. M. C. A. basket ball team form, and all precaution is being WANTED MALE HELP. is getting in firstclass condition, and BOY WANTED- - 10 to 20. for permanent taken to confine the trouble. In titititufKH IioUkc; liort hours and sat- in shape to win from almost any isfactory worktrc conditions: advancement on team. merited efllcleiivy. AiMms K. L. O., this XO. 122 IDS NORTH not NI. Cincinnati - LouIhvIIIo Express KxprpHs ll.SSntn 1.51pm 4.(18 mn 7.15 pm . CHEERFULNESS. ' HT LOUIS STEVENSON. Sec Coombs & Co. sell your beef hides. before you o 27 (Robert Louis Slevent-owuh born In Kdln-burgO. L. Roark is in Chicago this Nov. 13. and illel at Apia, Samoa. Dec. i, 1891. Ill novel and critical lllorary (iUidlcH were many, and they arc counted week, visiting the furniture exposiamongst the rlcliett of ttc KokIIkIi Intijrunse ,1n llo'llnt.1 nf hl ...... .....uin..i .,,..r..i tion and attending to othci business and tls,cournjrcmcnt hU poems of relistou. nave n peculiar cnacn ao i iffairs. injtuiinu cDfer -- ffieraurinlxfcatftfi. Iffem la a. ror:tKIvM tat i - - - pnyan - If I have faltered, more or loss bargain hunters have had plenty In mycreat task of bapptneta; of exercise lately, as the Hummel Iff have moved tunonj my race And Htiowcd no Rlorlouit wonting face: fire sales have drawn immense If beams from happy human oycrt crowds. Have moved me not; If morning nklex, Hooka, utid my food, aud Hiuniner mln Knookctl ou uiy sullen heart In vain Try the new meat market at the Lord, thy must pointed pleasure taku And stab my spirit broad awake; depot. Or, Lord, If too obdurate I, Choose tbou before hnt dlo This is groundhog day, and now A yjercjnp pnlu, i Vlttfnp Mn, o my (enI lioart ruu ibem In. Al'd, we shall be able to tell what kind of Wallpaper. r must be cioeeb for tOtl.Qoobe The J. Roark Estate Long-distanc- White Flint meal. Also ready to furnish the public with chicken feed The Boy Scouts are reminded that and chopped corn, the class in first aid will meet at the jl 28 J. A. Shaver. association building on Monday Last Monday night at 7 o'clock. HopkinsYille Tobacco Market. night two more boy took the TenThe feature of the business of last derfoot examination. week on the Hopkinsville tobacco Mr. T. C. Baird has been given market was the high record set on the agency for the Hoy Scout uni- Thursday of $15.25 per hundred forms in this place. Any scout can pounds for loose Ntabacco. This is Ange't an order from Scout-maste- r the highest point reached this season derson for his uniform. on any market in the dark tobacco On next Tuesday afternoon at 5 district by 22. 25, and the equal of o'clock the board of directors will the record of last year. This tobachold their regular monthly meeting. co was grown in North Christian. There is a committee of ladies who The crop was divided into two grades, and the ucxt grade brought Owing to the favorable $14.75. weather offerings on the loose floors were again heavy, amounting to ai least 500,000 pounds. In the sales made prices ranged: Trash, $4.00 to $5.00; lugs, $5.50 to $S 50J leaf. $7.00 tp,i5;25. AH of tiie rehantffing KbusGsantJ stemming houses and packers of all classes are now working with full forces, and on full time, and the output of prized tobacco is nearly fc up to the capacity of the houses. ditch. Thomas took the harness off There is a movement to revive and rolled the buggy to one side, the Commercial Club, which for and worked with the horse for some :.., ! j ... some time has been in a state of in- ....., 1.... f luntu iu JCI 1UIU UJJ. activity. There are several impor Tuesday the horse was knocked in tant things needed to be dfjne here, the head and hauled off. and only in concerted movement Yesterday was a regular May day. can they be accomplished. Every bus iness and professional man, workRoark has Victrolas again, orders man, prrpcrty owner and even replaceci six weeks ago at last being tired business men should be infilled by the factory, which has been terested in the betterment of the overrun with orders since long city, and should lend their support Christmas. to the club. To Revive Commercial Club. ... bc-fo- ie Bloodless Shooting Scrape. i. i Sr On Cherry street near the colored Baptist church about 10 o'clock, last Monday night there was some excitement created by a aii parties who are lndebt- - shooting scrape, Will Elliott shooted to the firm of R. Martin L ing nine times at Aubrey Mathis, & (g. are earnestly request-e- d .NTi.h'X - t .L. SSls1.&t to call-anmake full set- shots took effect. Elliott was arrested, and his examining trial is sible, as we are compelled set for today. It is reported that to collect all outstanding the trouble came up over a woman. NOTICE! d one-side- d t $r i 1 $ stay. Ford Bros, arc in business to Take them your work. i debts in order to make settlement with the R. Martin estate. R. MARTIN & CO. Bulbs of all Kiids ifl Stock. . Miss Lena Arnold has in stock all kinds of bulbs, and now is the time to begin the cultivation. Following Give us your job work. Smallpox in the county again. weather we are to. have for the next six weeks. Hon. R. Y. Thomas is introduc g bills in Con ing Watch out for the groundhog this gress, and they will doubtless be morning. enacted into laws. All work guaranteed at Ford Bros. Get wallpaper at Roark's at lower price nation-attractin- L;itte prospect of good roads for gome time now. than you have ever known. Our people are wondering if we are to have another smallpox scourge Seed men arc now getting rush throughout the county. It is hoped of orders from this section. that the matter has been caught at the Needles for all sewing machines at very start, and can be stamped out. Farmers arc beginning active cam paigns for the season, and there is Mr. James Louis Roark is here this week, spending a short vacation a continual growth in agricultural lines, many persons recognizing the at home. independence and profit in farming. The medicine man was here MonSave your home by having your day, and had a large crowd and a flues repaired. Barkley Bros, do good business. this work in best manner. See Miss Lena Arnold for bulbs The finishing touches are being of all sorts. placed on the W. A. Wickliffe resiIt has been several months since dence, and it will be only a short an auto has been seen on our streets, time now until 'the family will be able to occupy its beautiful new and then it was a visiting car. home. Court crowd Monday was a large one, and many farmers delivering Tobacco deliveries have been very tobacco added to the visitors in lively during the week, the wagons town. at times congesting the streets, and bringing up recollections of bygone and baby days, when Greenville was a greater A full Hno of carriages at Roark's. tobacco market than it is at present. go-car- Roark's. Mr. and Mrs. Cam Howard will . Telephone No 5 and your laundry be at home in the John A. Williams will be called for and delivered. residence, onnorth Main street, in a few days, Roads have been sloppy, but the mud is. not deep, as it would have - Ladies' work a specialty. Ford been if we had been subjected to Tiros. extremely cold weather, followed by Mr. John A. Williams disposed a thaw, this sort of thing always of his household goods at a public knocking the bottoms out of the sale last Monday, and auctioneer highways. Pittman sectired fair prices for most Roark's furniture polish is some items. what better than the rest, and is sold Call on Leslie Hale, next to First considerably cheaper, and with the National Qauk, for candies, books, broadest guarantee money back if sundries, cigars, tobacco, etc. i$ not better than any you ever used Mrs. F. K. Jamison and charmSteuimers Strike Settled. ing daughter, Miss Eula, were deL. The stemmers at the leaf house of lightful visitors of the interesting family of Judge R. O Pace this Martin, Puryear & Co., who have FUNERAL FURNITURE, WALLPAPER, the contract for handling the tobacweek. DIRECTORS, EMBALMERS co purchase of Mr. John H. Hodge, Mr. and Mrs. Len Rogers, of have been on e Telephone:: Store, 72; Home, 108 Private strike for some days, Lexington, and Mr. Fen Rogers and demanding an ORIENL. ROARK. Manager Established 1879 increase of wages. son, Len, of Pineville, were here The matter was settled by an inthe first of the week on a short visit crease of 5 cents on the 100 pounds to the family of Mr. J. L. Rogers. of lugs, and all hands returned to work yesterday morning. This is Sheriff Roll offered several hun have an important matter, to take No matter what you want in baby dred tracts ot land for sale foi taxes up with the board, and it is hoped carriages or carts, you can find it in the first strike here in some years, and was "a quiet affair, attracting at the court house door Monday there may be a full attendance. the large stock on display at Roark's. little attention. afternoon. There were compara Mr. D. J. Duncan, of Louisville, tively few bidders, and most of the Judge J. C. Jonson left Tuesday land was bought in by the sheriff was here a few days this week, afternoon for Dade City, Fla., The Daily Courier-Journat One-- visiting his family and looking after where he will for the benefit of the state. spend some weeks on Half Price. his business interests here. a visit to the family of Mr. G. T. Through a special arrangement, Hot drinks of all sorts now at Ayer. Other points in the alligator this paper is enabled to ofler the 75 Bank Mules for Sale. Hale's fountain. state will also be visited, and he ex- Daily Courier-Journby mail, in Have 75 good mine mules, run- pects to have a' fine time. combination, at a price just one Mr. W. H. Gray will go to ning from 48 to 52 inches; prices hall the regular rates for the Courier-Journa- l. tomorrow, where at night $75tono. All guaranteed. RichMr. J. H. Hayes announces the The regular price of the he will serve as one of five judges in ard Lcavell Hopkinlvillc, Ky. approaching marriage of his daughis 50 cents a Daily Courier-Journa- l a debate between three young ladies ter, Miss Geuevieve, to Mr. Rufus Misses Bessie McNcal, of Louismonth, $6.00 a year. See the clubof the higi- school of that city and a Rose, of Cleaton. The bride-to-b- e like number of girls from Paducah. ville and Mary Crowe, of Provi- is one of our most estimable young bing proposition in our advertising The debate has attracted much at- dence, were here several days this ladies, p'opular and accomplished, columns, and read about the barY. Slaton. gain. This special offer is good only tention, and the. attendance will week with Mrs. H. and the groom is one of the well for subscription orders given us durdoubtless be large. Prof. Ralph B. A mule buyer succeeded in get- known business men of his section. ing the month of February. The ofRubens, principal, requested Mr. ting five mules here Monday, at Many friends extend the most sin- fer will be withdrawn the last day of Gray to serve. cere good wishes. prices which would have been conthe month, and no orders can be taken after that. Have Barkley Bros, repair your sidered prohibitory a few years ago. If you have not Under this offer, Courier Journal flues, and prevent a fire loss. heard the Yictor You may have Yictrola recitals in will be sent to subscribers only talking machines, your home during receptions or enthrough the not through Lena Morrow Lewis, a national call at Roark's. If Courier-Journatertainments. Best music, songs, agent. No Courier-Journl Socialist speaker and organizer, despeeches, and at reasonable rates. you have heard them, call again and orders for a full year will be livered two addresses here in the See Roark. often; they never grow tiresome. taken at this rate. Subscription must court house last Monday, at 1.30 Large library of records and all be for not less than four months or and 7.30 p. m., and was greeted by Mrs. F. M. Anderson returned to kinds of talking machine supplies. longer than eight months. large audiences at each. She is a her home in Dayton, Ohio, yesterThe Tariff question in Congress fluent, logical speaker, and has a day, after a visit of some months Mr. J. H. Pittman and wife went argument, free of here with her son, Mr. Geo. T. to Louisville yesterday afternoon, and Mr. Watterson's letters from Europe will make the Courier-Journa- l incendiary ideas. She has been at Anderson, Y. M.'C. A. secretary. taking their daughter, Lea Carr, to especially interesting for the the work for many years, has trava specialist for examination and next few months. eled all over the country, and her Mr. James Poag claims the dis- treatment. For some time she has keen observation has made impres- tinction of being the only retired been a sufiercr from heart trouble, sions that she reproduces effective- business man in town, as he has and her condition has not improved. Jack Thomas, a horse jockey, ly. Frequently she was applauded, sold his soft drink business. It is Dr. H. Y. Slaton accompanied the traded horses here Monday, and had the misfortune to get hold of and a substantial free offering was not likely that he' will long remain patient'. one that was on his last leg. Thomas secured. idle. Roark has the largest line of got $i.$o to boot, but when he Frcsli, smoked and salted meats chamber suites ever shown on this tried to get home his horse gave You are invited to inspect the most complete kitchen cabinet on of U Uiuds at J. F4. Coombs & Co's market, ranging from cheapest to out just below the crossing on the Central City road, and fell'm the o 20 the market. Roark. market. high giades. . al Mad-isonvil- le post-office, al . are ready for delivery, and orders taken for others, and prompt delivery guaranteed: Chinese Sacked Lillies.ioc each, 3 for 25; Paper White Narcissus, Grandiflora, 2 for 5c, 30c doz; Roman Hyacinths, 'Single White, 5c each, 50c doz; Uedding Hyacinths, Dutch, 5c each, 60c doz; Forcing Dutch Hyacinths, 10c each, $1.00 doz; Tulips, mixed, 2ocdoz. Mrs. C. M. Martin is in Louisville for a few days on a shopping tour. We have the greatest line of Rockers and Chairs ever shown here more than 65 patterns. Full line fine Diners, Office Chairs, Children's goods, etc. The J. L. ROARK ESTATE. Mary, the wife of uncle Lindsey Elliott, colored, is in serious condition at her home near the A. M. E. Zion church. For some months she has beed confined to her room, and her condition is not improving. For sale Square piano, in Greenville. Apply to Mrs. J. W. Vomberg, telephone No. 216-Central City, 2 Ky. s 29 The Tate & Green planing mill has been enlarged and covered top and sides with new galvanized iron, and the improvement is quite a val uable one. A Bisscll carpet sweeper will. last longer than 40 corn brooms,. costing from $12 to $15; the sweepers cost $3 to $5.75. See them ate Roark's, and have other advantages: than the money-savin- g features ex plained. ROARK Furniture, WeJlpaper, Shades, Moldings. Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wra.pper, Slippers, Gr&ve Vailts. Disinfection ROARK Humor and Philosophy " Tim CheiTy-Blossom." 4$ JAPANESE OW'n GOOD nXAAlPLfi. Cheaper Than Other Highways and Easy to Build. GOOD DRAINAGE A "By SljVCAJV M. SMITH PARAGRAPHS. PERT NECESSITY It la One of the Principal Points In Waking a Good Dirt Roadway They Aro Prcfcrrad In Many Sections of the United States. Loup ago I been mo convinced tlmt If wo were to liavo good ronris In our tiny n ml ffeiiomtlon we must seek some other ntetlKuls of doing the work and Komc other material than macadam. For while sloue rotuls have and perhaps always will have an adaptation for certain districts on account of tha lack of facilities for good drainage, which is one of the principal points in the construction of earth roads, or where the chnracter of the eoII Ib such that good earth roads cannot be made or for thoroughfares where the travel Is great and the valuation high enough to stand the taxation, the expense Is far too great to make them practicable for even a mint II proportion of all the roads. It must be remembered that no matter how good n stone road Is constructed there Is a certain amount of wear n ml tear each day and mouth and year. duties were only of the present then we might shirk them and be blithesome tomorrow; but. alack and alas, the bill collector comes as surely as another day dawns. JF Taking care of yourself sharing enterprise. is a pro lit It. is a proverb of Cherry Rlowotn Land that a healthy stomach in tho basis of r.'.l strength. Good nature ia also recognised as of groat importance. Tho Jnpanceo ns a people are remark-abl- o for their health, endurance, and skill. Tho cherry trco It the most highly prized of all in Japan. It not only fjives forth n beautiful blossom but tho Vfilcl chcrrv treo furnishes a bark which 13 most high'y prised ia medicine. Tho UMrrrn Wtr--i I Our Name Our Aim A A m A A A has been before the public for 30 years, most of the time right on the spot where we are now located. A m A A n wnjuy Ctateo Opportunity doesn't sit at the roads very long waiting for some one on her. to put his (l crossb.-j- He Is not IWivo who won't be fair. How truly vexing it is that the most satisfying tilings often rank among the impolite things of life. LOAN OFFICE Tho man who replied in a few well chosen remarks probably felt that his remarks had long lnul tin? stamp of approval. The only man somebody make a fool of Is a natural Idiot. which ia r.:i authority c:i medicines, Gays cf tin properties cf thii lilack Chorrybsrk : "Uniting with i tonic power tho property of calming irritsticn r.r.d diminishir.'j norvoua excitability. Adapted to tho treatment cf diseases ia which thcro ii debility cf the rtoin-ac- h cv cf tho cyctcm." Another t3 tho system, useful i:i fever, cough, and found excellent in consumption." This ingredient is only one of several very important nativo, medicinal roots in 'Dr. Pierce's Golden "Medical Discovery. This is a remedy which has tho public approval fur nearly forty vcars, nothing new or untried about it, has cured thousands of people of thoso chronic, weakening diseases which aro accompanied by a cough, such as bronchitis nnd incipient consumption. More than that, by reason of tho other ingredients, Bloodroot, Mandrake, Golden Seal, and Queen's root, all of tho medicinal virtues of which nro scientifically extracted and combined in Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, remarkable cures of dyspepsia and stomach disordera have been accomplished. Nearly forty yearn ago, Dr. Tierce o discovered that chemically pure of proper strength is a better solvent nnd preservative of tho active medicinal principles residing in most of cur indigenous or nativo medicinal As its use is plant3 than is alcohol. entirely unobjectionable, while alcohol is well known when used even in small portions, for a protracted period, to do lasting injury to tho human system, especially in tho caeo of delicate women and children, lie decided to uso chemically pure glycerine instead of tho usually employed alcohol in Ihb preparation of his medicines. IIo found that tho glycerine, besides being entirely harmless, possesses intrinsic medicinal properties of great value. Its nutritive properties, Dr. Picrco believes, far surpass those of cod liver oil, entitling it to favorabb consideration in all cases cf incipient consumption and other wasting diseases. It is an invigorating, tonio alterative aid owos its virtues to Nature's vegctablo garden. Dr. glyc-crinPinrco-i3-'Qnly.U Fruntcs constantly has been to sell the best goods in our lines, at the most reasonable prices. Our services are of the highest grade, our wares the best, and our equipment compares with the best of the larger cities. We endeavor constantly to increase our usefulness. Knra'o American Dispensatory "cays, "it civca tono and strength Our Claim 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. A A The J. L. ROARK Estate ORIEN L. ROARK, Manager A A A A can't at- FURNITURE Established 1879 Long Distance D Telephones: EALERS IREC TORS One way to tract attention is to make a noise like a national bank. There are persons who do things ns t principle, a matter while others Mptaliy earnest do the same things as a matter ol Interest. Waxing eloquent upon a subject he knows nothing about certainly gives a man a chance fur oratory, as he has nothing to cheek his imagination. From Good Roads Magazine. ,ow York. A TVnrAL KVltATi TAUTl! no AD. The amount of this wear has been found by experience to be from to one-haInch n year. Others have llgured It at only of a cubic yard per year. Wtvalso Imve use experience of city stmuaaidus. .With mi of tux. cities have found It liurtlonsonie to keep up god paved or one-fourlf two-thfri'tUffiiysnwit-vpHmtiotut- Store 72; Home 103 if): ttt; rfk tfk tf)r tftr tf)r t ftr tt:lrt ,tr a ?Sr ftr ,?ftr ,tr Mr ftr .ir .v itittdiiiiiiiiin Greenville Livery Co. BARBOUR HEAD, Manager j As cf Yore. linleod u world of change. wuyg am ever iww. unr We tlo not to ihinss In the way Our tat tiers iihcH to do. Wncre ll:v wvrv plttrtu ami screno We tiiiMik. rush nnu snore. Theiu's amy one thing linsm't vhangnd, And that Is milking low. This Ih -- nmcAdaiUteed streets. .Mind, I am not speaking against roads. They are, so far as our knowledge of roadtnakltig now Tho women tlrum In dlffurent Etyle. lion- lints would nuiKe. i swear. goes, the one thing for thoroughfares About u dozen ot the Kind or other places where the valuation .ur mot iters used to wear. will afford them without burdensome But. though they dross in fails gowns And latest styles display. taxation. And many of such places They must ue woocu It they nre tw throughout the United States prefer in much the name old wuy. the well built dirt road. What we 'Tis good to Know that in this ncc, want is good roads now, ami the quesWith old tilings ensn ttyiac. tion 'is how to make them with what Some standard things arc left to us money Is available, and I think It is That surely will abide. the wrong policy for a township that Because no newer way is found We will not sit and grtove. litis only front 2,000 to $10,000 a year But court them In tho same old way to spend on roads to lay it all out on That Adam courted Eve. n mile or two of stone road when by the right methods good earth roads The Reason. could be kept up over the whole town"I don't like llrown." ship with the same money or less. "Don't you? Why not?" The solution of this, lntu convinced, "He lias loaned jne a lot of money." Is in learning ltcw to make' earth roads. "Well. I should think Hint would I believe that by proper tnethQds of make you feel grateful 'to hitu." roadtuaking the earth roads, especial"Hut now he wants it back the worst ly. In places where the nature of the way In fact, makes me miserable by soli and the facilities for good draininsisting upon it." age are favorable, can be made and "Cnu you blame him for that?" kept as good ns or better on the average "Not at all. but' there is the pohit. than the stone road and at but a frac- He loaned me money to get. me in debt, tion of tlte cost. but now I can't get him to loan me Tito nature of the soil and the facili- Ui money to get me out" ties for drainage are so varied that It Is Impossible to lay down any one rule Knocking the Profit. or method of roadmnklttg. At some "What Is the landlady crying places nothing but macadam will do, but there are many, many other places about?" "Another of her schemes has goue where the earth roads can be made wrong." equally good. In fact, In places where "What Is it tills time?" the 'soil Is just right that Is, porous "She went to all the expense of enough to let the water through and rubber prunes, thinking yet tenacious enough to pack and not getting somelast all winter, and they would become dusty and the drainage nathas eaten them all up." urally good the earth road Is the very best tlmt can be made. And most soils Immaterial. will In a large degree take on tlte qual"I love you more than words can ities necessary for good roadtuaking after good drainage Is effected. .7. G. tell." said the impecunious duke. me "Aro you sure you do not love Ilotushcr In Good Jloads Advocate. only for my money.?" asked tho beautiful young heiress. Secretary Knox For Good Roads. "I am certain of It, darling. IIow Secretary Knox believes that the much have you got?" cougustion of population In great cities 1b caused in large part by the lack of Tho Difference. good roads in this country. lie told "Is she In love with him?" the house committee on foreign affairs "No." tlmt the reason France Is the richest "Why docs she act so queer about agricultural country In the world Is it. then?" so because she has had good roads "She Is simply mad because he Isn't long. lie said: The agricultural popin love with her." ulation of France docs not have to cpend its money in repairing vehicles What Ho Missed. I nnd their harness every winter. "Yes, they buried him In nn nutomo-liilo.think it has Improved the attract of mini life. I think it lias caus"Poor man: IIow he would have ed the population to remain on the njoyed It: Sine, it was the tlrst toil more than In any other country, ride he ever had in his lifel" i'ou do not tlnd that tendency to urban population in France and Hngland that A Cinch, you do In this country." "flow docs he earn his living?" "He doesn't earn It." Uco cf n OrsQ on Gravelly Reads. "What!" In aolli full cf loose stones or even "No; his wife's a milliner." small bowlders the drag has done good service. Tile loose .stones are Naturally. r Her lov n.tMveoldT Why should St not? drawn Into a windrow down the She talked ..11 out at Ure.it h. of the road, while tho earth is He wouldn't buy the coat for her. aroutd Hie bowlders in surli The pony coat of silken turner love just from to laih. n way that the SGrfr.ce is leveled. The loose stones in the center of the Was n Reason. rend should of course be removed. "I notice she is still single." Whore there Is n large proportion of 'She is married to her art." ?tnall stones or grr.vcl the drag will Wop down the inequalities In the "Kcfuses to give It up?" "No one asked her to." 1 Gree-dykid " ccn-.tc- We do notf!ov ttie way they did: ,Ve ran n aimingi: waji nrtfcHvy itbw TtHrtr ,mm iiot ootri in JU our inietis .to1nv . . Hut when it tonius tu inn King love. Though-ut?iiinit imiy smnc. We couldn't give tnetn any poinln: They hud I tie tinny down tint. knows how t' combine tho plants given 3 by Natur: to euro our diseases. This preparation is cf pleasant taste, ngrco3 perfectly with rebellious and sensitiw stomachs, and is extremely effective ir. restoring tone and vigor to tho cnlir. system. It cures inflammatory trouble of the Gtomach as well 03 indigestio: and dyspepsia arising frou wer.V stomach. Ono reason why it restore pr.lo nnd emathe health of ciated pcoplo is bccaucc it firrt throw-outhe poisons from tho blood throug!. the liver and kidneys. It then begin its reconstructive work i:t building by first making good, rich, rcr blood. Tho "Golden Medical Discover'" it made in a largo laboratory, thoroughly equipped with every scientific appliance, at Buffalo, N. Y. Qualified chemist: arc in charge of tho laboratory, will nearly a scoro of skilled physicians and curgcons employed to scrutinize, determine and prcscribo these remedies and other means of euro as seem best suited to many thousands of cases of chronic diseases which come beforo them fcr treatment each year. It costs you nothing to writo to Dr. R. V. Pierce the head of this Institution, at Buffalo, N. Y. and get an accurate medical opinion in your special caso and wholly tcithout charge. run-dowt Nature's Garden. Gcicmst-- c CRT donor whe Laid 20 years ago are zs pood 33 new and have never needed repairs. Think of it! What other roofing will la3t as long and look a3 well? - They're fircproQf, stormproof, and very easjlyjajd. 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