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The investment is Get our rates. sure of returns. 1not GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1911, Muhlenberg' County M is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clav.i in Ken-- 1 j ctc, and the most inviting field jgtucky for investment of capital and pluck, VOL. XII. MO 51. Quite recently the large wireless station at Nauen, near Berlin, has maintained communication with a steamer of the Woerinnnn Line dur ing the whole or the journey from Africa, and conHamburg to t tinued to exchange messages with it after it had comtr to anchor at the From there to Nauen Camoroons. the ditsancc is roughly 4,000 miles, and the wireless wai:s had to negotiate such obstacles as the Alps, the Algerian tableland and the mountains of Adamwa. This is by far the best over sea nnd land record yet made. W-.s- 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANC E Dust and Dusting. DR. J. Furniture, Moldings, Wall Paper W. ft- - , People arc slow indeed to recognize how formidable an enemy they have in dust, especially dust in the home, which is the one place where it could and should be treated with some recognition of its dangerous power. Outdoors one must encoun- " ter it all the time, willy nilly, but it has been proved by scientific experiment that at its worst the air out- it . doors has icwer harmful germs in than the air where people arc closely congregated. - At' the very worst that the biggest and dirtiest cities caiidu, 'here is such a splendid vastness aDout ihei great open spaces of "outdoors" that it may be trusted to dilute danger to Hut in most pubthe safety-poinlic places of meeting and in almost all dwelling-houseit is a different story, and this largely because people will not put their minds to the subject. cleaning meant do the very worst you can to stir up all the dust you can find, and knock it about the place. It will settle again shortly, it is true, and sonic of it inevitably in your nose and throat, but never mind. Grandma was a splendid housekeeper, and when she swept, you could not sec yourself for dust, and she lived to be ninety! Perhaps if she had used a vacuum-cleane- r "she might be alive yet. Hut we cannot all have vacuum cleaners even today, although it looks as if that good time may be coming. In the meantime it should be easy for all to learn and remember that dust has one great foe that it will never be able to resist, and that is moisture." As salt is supposed to be so is moisture on the tail of a This dust. on the moisture may take the form best suited to the material to be cleaned it may be water sometimes and ' oilsomelimcs, and very little of icTtKcr. Where floors are covered t. s dust-clotbLt- o THE RATE 70 CHICAGO REDUCED. In the Joncn Uulldlng. We carry on our floors and in our ware-rooQreenvlllc, Ky. the largest variety of Furniture In Muhlenberg. T. SLATONi If we do not have what you want, we Pliynlclmi and Surcoon. conwill get it for you. We have factory street near Malnstreet. li nections with makers of the finest goods OIllcc In the country, and through "Our Special WADE II. CRAY. CAM HOWARD. Order Department" can supply any exclusive articles at less prices than city stores & or mail order houses. Our Picture and Room Holding-stock- s are always complete. Office in Green Bulldlnf, opposite LaMeade Hotel. Wallpaper Is now a staple article of merchandise, being used all the year 'round. And we always have full selections, prices DRSThELTSLEY & HELTSLEY 5 cents and up per roll. Grown and prices. oaice up Htairti, DENTIST. reasonable Drldge Work done at J. BARlOWt DR. KING'S DR. Main-cros- s HOWARD GRAY, KING OF LAWYERS. DISCOVERY for COUGHS GU RES . NEW THROAT DISEASES THROAT AND COLDS LUNG BHyiaviny New Schedule -- tuijntlmtn OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS Monon Route Announces GSFOur Engraving Machine is the only one in this part of Kentucky, and we are Office at Home, East Main'cross Street. of Fares One- Way and Round Trip. The Monon Route announces that t will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago at $6 one ay. instead of 8 as formerly, and M2 round trip, jood todays return- ng, instead ot JSi6. Patrons are of- rcd exceptionally good service by the Monon, which on night trains from Louisville operates CompartPullmans, ment and Drawing-rooas well as th: usual straight sleeper. The day trains have Parlor and Din ing cars, ani tne very nnest moacrn, new coaches, inquiries cheerfully answered by li. JI. Hacon, I). P. A , Louisville, Kv. Get potted plants and cut flowers from Miss Arnold. a exclusively prepared to supply individual Name Plates, which we furnish on all outfits without extra cost. Tclcpliono No. 78. LUNG Undertaking and Embalming. Coffins in White Enamel and Stained Varnish finish; Caskets in White Enamel, Natural Woods, White, Colored and Black and Copper Cloth Covered; Monon Route 11ETWE13X SAVED HER SON'S LIFE Louisville and Chicago My son Rex was taken down a year ago with lung trouble. We doctored some months without improvement. Then I began giving Dr. King's New Discovery, and I soon noticed a change for the better. I kept this treatment up for a few weeks and now my son is perfectly well and works every day. SAMp RIppE 11 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 Embalmcrs respond at French Lick and West Baden Springs. once to calls for such services. Our general equipment is complete and UNION STATION, of highest grade. LOUISVILLE. Wc have a Funeral Car in service, subDEAIUtOKN STATION ject to call anywhere. CHICAGO. TeleCSTTwo Private phones, Store 72; Residence 108. Dinin? and Parlor Cars. Residence 150 yards from store. Prompt service any hour day or night. Palace Drawing Room Sleepers. California 60c AND $1.00 SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY Northwest All Druggists. L kEjJU.Y GUARANTEED TO SATISFY CUSTOMERS FROM THE ORIGINAL CABBAGE PLANT GROWERS. 1 i Long-Distan- The J. L. KOARK ESTATE. E. H. BACON, D. P. 1 A:., JEMKYWAKCnSLO. CIUSlr.H HCOETTtrft BrerrJSIrtiC. " l)mt.Ul.r MAT la'TTH. Ford Bros, arc in business to This will o home town stay. Take them your work. make you a better home ; market and enhance the I value of your property. Deal at home as much as possible. Build up your ; ORIEN L. ROARK. Maoafer. N. W. Cor. tli and Market SJs. LOUISVILLE, ft Y. THADB MARK COP" niGMTKO A Little Good Paint m Time Saves $ $ $ ngsneed painting, every day's rain, snow and I iwibet costs too .much to ici u decay for wa 1 . 3 I Very 'pitccs of ci &ust or newspaper should be thrown down to catch the dust as it is swept up. Everything that can . be carried AV$m . ntirv 1 f out into the air to be swept or shak en or beaten should be so 'carried Many persons seem to labor under a delusion that simply hanging things up outside and leaving them motion less is sufficient. They call it "sun ning" them, and this is very well for the little way it goes; but unless it is a very windy day, the things go back Our electric equipment enables us to the house with the same germs in to handle promptly all orders for them that they took out. Give jis your busi job printing. Finally, in the name of the broth ness, and wc insure satisfaction. erhood of man, we protest against Posters the whiskbroom of the railroad por Circulars offense against order and ter as an decency, as it should be against law Programs WOOL r HIDESandRUR I IjT Beinj Dealers. J 1 WE BUY I I 1 Seriousfl Vaftr'KaM P. v .'h id tu!! , Esfnblishcd 1 Paid En Capita! Stock we stpw ti tlr.t rt03T n.TT3F PLftfiTS In 3M. Now li.ireoror twentr tlxiQ.iuHl (aUlnnrJ cnxtonprx. Wo Iiatp cor 1 sn.t o!l dbb obbi-'pli- nu Chan all other proi In the Soutborn -n-u.-e talcs eomblnod. WHY? our l'lunta must iilium or onr money hock. OnJcriiow: It l tlmtts'ttheplant.ln your ccetloa to p:5 eztta oarJy cnbbuse, and they aro tho ones fhxt sell for ths ciotn;pn-.'y- . 868. $30,000.00 r VHCJne sun. Unts ottliebett mrlrties, rralttrre8anitfmamii'T'. V'r'l 1 r frec.itnloff ot ffit-lr'M- f contnlnln? v.ilnt-lInformation a!a;it frti it and vejretahlo rro Inc. I'nccs on fabbaire TUntK In lot at W t St.oot 1900 to 5000 SI M per thoasandi .000 to D.OOO SUSS Per thonnnd: 10.000 and oyer o. b. YirctslilaauL. 5LO0 per tiiocssnd. Our apodal express rato on plants la vory low. i.v We sow three Sons of Cabbage Seed per season swWft! It is a very serious matter for one medicine and wo', one Jven yoti, Foi havfV ftf kfrSfr leM.to.m feci .m t c Gcratty Co,, Bex 373 Yonges Island, S. C. to be carcvu t get the "gaawkat. BLACK- - DRAlKsrH ble medicinr;, for constipation, i and liver trouble, is firmly established. It does not imitate ether medicines. It h better than others, cr it would not be the liver powder, with a larger sale than all other3 combined. F2 SOLD IN TOWN yrVHITE LEAD VareM&Wseec! Oil, and the most expensive colors ni Pure Turpentins Fale-Face- mm beMerfcrvM-tUBifails- wc csa 00 commission merchants, StlertK: aj bank ia LooiiTtllc. We furnish Wool Miji Ftte to wr shippers, wuetorpnceusi. .1 The reputation of this old, rt. i The kind cf paint wc ca!ci M.SA8EL4S0NS TissT Louisrille, Kf. I I I use never cracks or only years of wear will remove it. Let us figure willi you when ready to paint, fint-da- jt d Women V jniartntfe a pn es rcasonsDic. and durable job uon i gui n ou. J. H. HAYES Painter and Interior : THE SATISFACTION What Are You Going To Do This Year by way of making your business sue cessful and your domestic life full of pleasure, if you arc not supplied with telephone service of the Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company Everyone should have a telephone You are connected with all outsid important points in local connections with all residences and business hous cs. For any information call man agcr, Cimterlari Telephone & Telegraph Co Incorporated. Science Notes. Envelopes Invitations Statements Bill Heads Post Cards Note Heads Letter Heads Calling Cards . in wearing well cleaned and pressed it ' 1IROS. , PROl'S. Decorator. : You ladies, who have pale faces, sallow complexions, dark circles under eyes, drawn features and tired, worn-o- ut expressions, you need a tonic, The tonic you need is Cardui, the woman's tonic. It is the best tonic for women, because its ingredients are specifically adapted for women's needs. They act on the womanly organs and help to give needed strength and vitality to the worn-owomanly frame. Cardui is a vegetable medicine. It contains no minerals, no iron, no potassium, no lime, no glycerin, no dandrugs of any kind. gerous, or It is perfectly harmless and safe, for young and old to use. ut habit-formi- ng Xliia slgnnturo Laxatve Droraouuinine Ao remedy is on every box ot the gouuine Tabieti that cnn a coJU lu om Umf Telephone No. 254. See the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at R'oark's. REVOLVING J 43 The Woman's Tonic V sni Gl5 'it!iS?i DE KALB.ILU vnur rai PRICES KANSAS CITY, MO. J We" Ask You I m to tako Caxdui. for your female. 1 troubles, because wo are sure It. S vHl help you. Remember that H TRtCIAVl-K- l MHC1IAN Receipt Books Shipping Tags Business Cards Circular Letters Announcements In Fact Everything AT clothes is one that doesn't end the firsrtime they are put on. It's daily and hourly pleasure that one pvnpriences constantly. Isn t it i AND r 'or innipcoti I'tib. Co. . jt m a' .t rlcctilcity, the t..llili'."V icncc.Rnillioxto Minilir. i.'vc fiitlofri turei. Sam. py fr If you mmo I It I'."- - i i;cr n auu S this great icmala remedy Rs "After my doctor had done all he said he could for me," writes Mrs. wm. Hilliard, of Mountainburg, Ark., "I took Cardui, on the advice of a friend, and it helped me so much. "Before taking Cardui, I had suffered from female troubles for five years, but since taking it, I am in good health. "I think there is some of the best advice in your book that I ever sa"w." Your druggist sells Cardui. Try it Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept.. Cliattanooca Medicine Co., Chattanoona, Teno., dook, uorac ircauueni tor women, scntircc. lor ijecra nsiraerwrts, anaci-pag- e st Doiloo. Mass. worth something to have your gar ments cared for by people who are interested in vour aoncarancc, and who know how to do the work prop riiotoeriinhy A . Mii riloT'Jt.nrnvi.. IlcaMtifutfi'turr-- i. ' i 1H ' W lyprlcontMv. , uiild-un- fiinniioti-.1, txrcl If Saniile"".' vmi nitntlon has brought relief to thousands of ?lher sick women, so why not to you? For headache, backache, periodical pains, female weakness, many have said it Is "the best medicine to take." Try it 1 SThiefiL you want. AmorlcanPhotograpny C Ueaom St., llotou. Moss. Sold in Tiiis City Miss Lena Arnold asks the F3 FACTORY PRICES The cucumber usually has a tern paiure one decree lower than that of the surrounding atmosphere Hence the expression "cool as cucumber." The village of Aumonc in France is' said to be the healthiest place in Europe. It has only forty inhabiof whom are tants, twenty-thre- e over eighty years old, and one is GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS erly. Bring us your work or we will Typewriter ribbons, all machines, call for and deliver it. Telephone at lloark's No. 25 3. GENTEEL TAILORING CO. Greenville Merc. lMdg. 1124 of the public, and guarantees that satisfactory work will be done cleaning, pressing in her clothe and repairing shop. NEW w ulir No. 270 all witless nirnrt from our I'r.rlorv C. O. D. lo Consumer subject to examination nnd over 100. Ion xo davs f ee trial. It is of the Greatest a imporwnceio uic umuo iiukk iionuia v.". The report from Canada that hftve every one who deals with us a pleased ami No effort i spared to make discovered in HflllsHod Customer. excellent value numaniy o great lake has been each (shipment mh 11 filiith and .stxlc c the Northwest of of the, colony is u iimtcrlnl. unrklluiushiK. Iu.l!nri Advertisement vehicle that It will hen VC DlC.lf-reminder that ihc common belief o,1 l.rl..rr.wniniiu nrilcrs in return. Ifbuggy ni:d you. by scll'nuyou nu honestly made the Middleman's Profit, you will that explorers have now nothing to nt a pricel less nurroods to vour neiiihbor. Our rinmi-tiiJoed our customers conquer save some polar region is Guarantee i9Rt,lutelv as If to arc not as rep !s as it would be to n dealer. You im! vour money Is returned to you. Vast tracts truth. CLIPPER 18 THE BR EAT EST SHOW THEATRICAL PAPER !N THE WORLD. $4.00 Per Year. Single Copy, 10 Cii More than nine out of every ten cases ot rheumatism ate simply rheumatism of the muscles, due to cold or damp, in or chronic rheumatism, such cases no internal treat-mcis required. The free application of nt I ENGRAVERS Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality, Prices MANUFACTURING Arr HARCOURT 'dli &LC01ouisvil!e.Kx OMBERLAND TELEPHONE &, TELEGRAPH (iNCOSfOKATliD) ISSUED WEEKLY very far from the .w.rfvlr. FRANK QUEEN PUB. C0.(Lid Harness. W'o manufacture f th Norih American continent wivo our customer honest Vehicles nndproinnwj. ALBERT J. BORIE, , i'UHLlSURIlS, money, tin oniers Hujhly nnd Haniccs CutaiojSue. are still virgin ground', the exten- Write, for our Free & HARNESS COMPANY RLGBli BUOGY sive nature of which may be gather-te- d pyVENSBORO. KENTUCKY You are invijed to inspect th from the statement that the most complete kitchen cabinet on Take your beef hides to J. miles long fcewly found lake is 375 the market. Roar: Coombs & Co. and get the cash. and more tbiu ro miles wide. Sample Copy Free. Chamberlain's Liniment v White Sewing Machines, in is nil that is needed and it is cer give quick relief. Give it rotary and vibrator; needles, tain to a trial and see for yourself how rtnir-M?t rplifivns the imin and shuttles, etc. in stock for all soreness. Price 2 c; la'rge siae, 50c. machines. ROARK'S STORE. Long distance lines and telephones Of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere in Southern Indiana, Southern Iiljnois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi artd Louisiana. Wo can put you in quick and satisfactory communication vith the people cf th:? great ssction of the country. W solicit your patronage. Rates reasonable. Equipments and facilities Pre CALDVIFUL, KUHS. V. 0 WE ns, An Independent Newspaper. ronumini tiiuumiatm RECORD PRESS, Owns Kick, JrwtMeiit. OMEN I.. Uoauk, Sscerotiiry. rt was said some weeks ago, that Japan was endeavoring to get control of of discussion The absorbing topic the islands, the United Stutcs would in Ecuador is an alleged liberal of be the ir.orc solicitous to get them fcr made by the United States for a ninety-nin- e year lease of the Gala- for itself. From a commercial or an indus1'rcsidcnt Alfuro pagos islands. view they would be of it has been made and should trial noint of says The Galapagos Islands. Afraid of Ghosts Orit Long-Distan- h. Koakk, 12DITOII. No. 72. ttunr. Telephone, hw aunn Ofltr In of atoro, griiim 50 CCilTS PER YEAR. IN ADVANCE. The nttbMcriiUoii price of tho Is jmvjt.i-M- o ih Ndvunrr, rii1 when the tlmo litis expired te which It la puid, the paper will le stopped. Cnrtla of thank, obituary notice, ete.. If not loMRor than ten linen, will be pnliltliel free. A ohnrgu of be. )er line will be imitltt for micoeeij-Im- k lftie. No vnrintton of lltla rule to tuiyoi. rro attmplo copies vtll bo mnllwl. Ad Hr Use wont will lx inserted. A rate card will be fttriiialuMl on request. Ailtlraa all roiflmuuiontiotia ami tna.lt nil UKl'OUI) I'KlCSS. pnynlile to Drecnville. Ky. THURSDAY, Kutcrod FEBRUARY 9, 1911. Ky.,postoflIce T 13 RMS. jvit at the Greenville, sceoml-ela- as matter. February may slip in quietly, but it can't fool anybody. is a wise man who knows it if he cannot afford an automobile. 11b Tit err is to be a hotel trust, but not to facilitate the cashing of checks for guests. Sojik day, however, people will be flying to and from Cuba on schedule time. Whkn dynamite lets go in earnest there is a dearth of witnesses the particulars. be accepted. Some sensitive Ecuadorians say that it would be most unpatriotic for their country to lease the islands, although they arc of no service to Ecuador. They arc almost uninhabited and )icld no revenue. lut while Ecuador knows all about the American proposal, nothing seems to be known of it in Washington. Neither affirmation nor denial has come from that quarter. s the story has not been contradicted ihcic may be a measure of truth to it. The Galapagos islands arc 600 miles from the coast of Ecuador and arc even more remote from the bay of Panama. They have no value foi Ecuador under any circumstances, but the opening of the Panama canal would give them an importance in American eyes they could not otherwise possess. It would not do to allow them to fall into the hands of any power which might make of them a naval base from which it could demonstrate against the canal. So if it were true, as liule value to the United States. is only about 2,400 But they would square miles. serve, thrust out into the Pacific as they are, as an advance post of the canal. And, which is the main point, they would not be the menace to it they would be under certain circumstances. It is said in Ecuador that the United States offers to pay $35,000,-00- 0 in rent. That would be $353,-00- 0 a year. That would not mean much to the United States, but it would mean a great deal to the Ecuadorian government. That explains why President Alfarj sajs "right minded public opinion here recognizes the unquestioned Mierits of this proposal." Their total area Many people nro afraid of ghosts. Fcv7 people arc afraid of germs. Yet the ghost ia a fancy and the germ is n fact. If the germ could be magnified to n size cqna' to it.s terrors it would appear more dragon. Germs terrible than any can't be avoided. They arc in the air we breathe, the water we drinlc. The germ can only prosper when the condition ot tlic system gives it free scope to establish itself and develop. When there is n deficiency of vital force, languor, restlessness, a sallow check. a. hollow eye, when tho appetite ia poor and the deep is broken, it is time to guard against the germ. You can fortify the body against all germs by t!c use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, h increases the vitol power, cleanses the system of clogging impurities, enriches the blood, puts the stomach and organs of digestion and nutrition in working condition, so that the germ finds no weak or tainted spot in which to breed. " Golden Medical Discovery " contrin3 no alcohol, whisky or druj's. All its ingredients printed on its outside It is not n secret nostrum but a medicine on known wrapper. composition and with a record of 40 years of cures. Accept no substitute thorc is nothing " just as good." Ask your neighbors. habit-formin- g A j GIFT FOR CULTURED HOMES 1 XVI., O'S 6ENERAL INSURANCE We represent ttie Home insiir- xx it $200 We arc interested in others when they arc interested in us. Pubhus Syrus. Others $75, $100, $150 Revenge is a kind of wild justice which the more man's nature runs to the more ought law to weed it out. Francis Uacon. tliat .xv-- i v. writes property. ail LINCOL By Wilbur D. Ncsbit. ance (0. of H. Y AljO? Jgcity 7.'' "MiW "Ml y kinds ol farm and 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 - YA -j- -j J rzr J. FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY GIVE US A :- L. ROARHC ESTATE' Our in Washington a woman jury fined a man for swearing. Another ancient privilege is in peril. Hank robbers (led from Shcrrard, in a buggy. How very old Had they no Hying fashioned! maohinc? 111. -: BONDS This rebellion in Mexico is coming serious, Temporarily, least, it has put horse racing in rez on the blink. be- CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE. at Jua- California heartily despises the pessimist who talks of a reaction to Hut come after the big exposition. 8 ' OT as the great who grow more great Until from us they arc opart He walks with us in man's estate; ire know his was a brother heart. The marching years may render dim '" The humanncss of other men, we are akin v welvtheiil Us they who An To-da- y to-U- BOYD & MARKS Merchant T&ilors Greenville, Kentucky A dollar saved is two made, so have your clothes made at home, by tail ors. Wc save you no less than Sio ON EACH SUIT We also do cleaning and pressing, you buy from us. js 75c. per month. We guarantee.,.all .0 ur club-rate BLACKWELL BROS GREENVILLE, KY. I. Wars bare hen wot "tSgTU - r Nowthat decreased prices of up per berths on sleeping cars have gone into effect we may develop into a race of cheerful climbers. King George impressively calls attention to his concurrence in the belief of other serious minded married men that one wife is plenty. Now that-th- e bubonic plague is annoying China and cholera is appearing in southorn Europe the world wide moral is, "Clean up." Nbw Orlkans has failed to get the big show in 191 5, but it will continue to exhibit its Mardi Gras festivals with its customary grace and eclat. a race of women is threatened. Maybe, but many a man. will not discover any evidence of this until after the nuptial knot is tied. bald-headed : mBut he above these others stands As one who loved the common things; iFall VBftwnQMr we ask mdhey refunded. Telephone- -- ?io.ri6"-2r A trial " : The common faith of man was'his. The common faith in man he had For this his grave face is A face half joyous and half sad. y ' ' MARDI GRAS CELEBRATION NEW ORLEANS, FEB. Of earthy stuff. As honest as the fruitful soil, Gnarled as the friendly trees, and rough As hillsides that had known his toil; Of earthy stuff-l- et it be told, For earth-bormen rise and reveal A courage fair as beaten gold And the enduring strength of steel. So now he dominates our thought. This humble great man holds us thus Because of all he dreamed and wrought, Because he is akin to us. He held his patient trust in truth While God was working out His plan, And they that were his foes, forsooth. Come to pay tribute to the Man. A man of earth! n 2128. -- Dates of sales February 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, and 27, Return limit, March 11. W. G. Crawford, Agent. FARE $1S.T5 g-A The Greatest Rose Novelty of the CcHtury Scnd for Dcscrlptkfl and Price List BLUE V. ROSE-J- x The New ftse (YWet Blue) Hailed by the Itee Growers as the Forerwwcr f th Crn- ffower Blue Rtsc. Very vlgr- eus and hardy. Pre Khwithtl GrccnhouHcs aeeooi JOHN E. RACKEBRANDT Princeton, Ky. FEBRUARY DAILY Wb are assured that Jamaica also wants to4 hold an exposition to celebrate the opening Sentence Sermons. of the Panama canal. Why not There is an ancient saying, famhang bunting all around the Gulf of ous among men, that thou shouldst Mexico and let it go at that? not judge fully of a man's life beLos Akski.S surgeons cut a man fore he dieth, whether it should be open just to let the jury see what called blest or wretched. Sophowas inside. Science and invention cles. may yet find a way of boring a. hole Man's best possession is asympa into the head of a witness and in- thctic serting an electrically lighted mirror Ignorance of one's misfortunes-ilo sec'if he is telling the truth. clear gain. Euripides. Try first thyself, and after call in In most cases a short and confiGod; for to the worker Qod hjm-sedential talk with the gentlemanly dends nd, Kuripidps. will satisfy you that the Who so neglects hiarnjng n his lovely automobile 011 which you iiave set your 'heart is dirt cheap, youth, loses the past and is dead to even if the pnee he .names is a few the future. Euripides. Not by years but by dispotition ipaltry dollars more than you had js wisdom acquired. Plautus. expected to pay for it. I am a man and nothing thatcon-cern- s highwayman held up the A a man do J deem a matter of :hcad waiter and cashier in a prom- indifference to me. Terence. inent Chicago restaurant last SunThere is nothing so easy but that day morning and secured something it becomes difficult when you do it over $3,000 and walked out. It is with reluctance. Terence. thought he was a discharged em,To do two things at once is to do ploye, and his coolness and nerve neither. Publius Syrus. .vojld indicate that he had been in Whatever you ldse, you should the iv&MRcss of holding people up rd:on of no account.-Ptibli- us Syrus. jjaid that almost as before.. God the first garden made, and was taken from the head nuch loot waiter as was secured frpiii he the first city Cain. rAraham Cowley. safe. hypocrisy is the homage vice .pays tQ Due dc A mugwump is a .parson educated Rochefaucauld. beyond his intellect; Horace- Deatji .calls ye to tjie cowd 0 common Wnv James Shirley.' s lf Not as the great who grow more great Until they have a mystic fame-- No stroke of fortune nor of fate Gave Lincoln his undying name. , A common man, earth-breQtc of the breed whb work and wait ffis was ft soul above dfl scorn. fits was a heart above all hate. 'earth-bom- BARGAINS At One.-hal- f MUHLENBERG COUNTY SAVINGS BANK Greenville, Ky. Chiefly the mould ol a man's fortune is in his owu hands. -- Francis Bacon. When all the blandishments "of life are gone, The coward sneaks to death, the brave live on. Sewell. yiio .can refute a sneer? William Paley. The morn, look yon, farthers a man on his road, and furthers him, too, in his work.-rllesi- od. Death is not the worst evil, but rather vhen wc wish to die and cun-nq- t. Sjophqcles. Courier-Journ- al Price If you will brins or send us your subscript jqn during the month of Februaiy we will send you Appreciating yoiir pas$ patrpnr age ve solicit "all or part of your future Banking business. TH0S. E. SU MNER, Cashier TLhc 1Recor6 ONE YEAR and THE URAL THE ficar yaricd se BUST NATIONAL BANK lections on the Victor talking machines at Roark's. 1 he world's best music, as wejl as all tlic popular selections, speeches, bands, orchestras, instrumental solos, quartettes. Victors range in price from 8 10 to 100. Victrolas Large library of re$75 10 S250. cords and all kinds of talking machine supplies. Burr Grist Mill. FOUR MONTHS For Only $1.50 0 S GREENVILLE, KENTUCKY DIRECTORS W. A, Wickliffe, W, G. Duncan, G E Martin, T. Martin, E. J. Puyear, G M. Martin, Tno. 1. Keynolds, Jr. fta 1 o o o virtyirc.-ac-Franci- Mjr new burr gnst mill is in operation; call on your merchants for White Flint meal. Also ready to furnish the public with chicken feed and chopped corn. and DAILY COURfER JOURNAL Eight Months for. JT.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 events. Read the Cour iejvlournal editorials. And Mr. Wattcrson's letters from Europe will be interesting r this pape? QNE YER The standing and responsibility of 'the men Board of Directors are a guarantee of careful, judicious management, vho constitute our jl 2J J. A. Suaver. o o Subscription orders under this offer must NOT be I sent to the Courierjournal, but to us I e WALLPAPER Special Prices, at Roark's. IJjjH4ii;6 Makes Home Baking Easy Royal Baking Powder helps the housewife to produce at home, quickly and economically, fine and tasty cake, hot biscuit, puddings, the frosted layer cake, crisp cookies, crullers, crusts and muffins, fresh, clean, tasty and food wholesome, with which the ready-madcomfound at the shop or grocery does not helps. pare. Royal is the greatest of bake-da- y e I City boys have a fine team, and while the Greenville boys did not On last Sunday Judge T. J. Sparks like to meet defeat, yet they were gave an excellent address at the Y. glad that a team won the victory M. C. A. meeting on the Raising of who played good, clean, open ball. Lazarus, which was enjoyed by the jThc Greenville tcai received icvcry large number of men and boys who courtesy that could be expected. were present. The song service was 1 he Central City team will come Y. M. C. A. NOTES. Greenville Commercial Club Organized. j ; ROYAL COOK BOOK-8- 00 RECEIPTS CO. FREE Send Name and Address, ROYAL SAklKO POWOCR KCW VOUK. I. C. R. K. LOCAL TIME CARD. The Record 50c. per year. An infant ot Fritz Petty, colored, died at I.uzcrnc Wednesday, Feb. 1st. and was buried Thursday. NO. IS3 102 101 130 m XOKTU BOUND. 1 Louisville Express Cincinnati Express Louisville Limited Central City accom SOUTH 1.25am 1.51pm 4.08 am 7.15 pin BOUND. NO. 135 121 101 103 5.15 am Patlucnh and Cairo n ceo in ISMOptn Fulton Accommodation 3.J0 pm New Orleans Special N. O. Spot. Louisville pnr. onlyl l.0 am W. a . CiiAwronn, Agt tine 5. 1010. Mrs. Jake Gardener, of St. Louis, has returned home after a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John S. Miller. Your patronage solicited by Ford Bros. A six months old child of Mart Drake died Saturday night and burial wns at the Ncbo burying ground Sunday. WANTED-MAL- E HELP. po- sition in liusluetw houe; short hours and working condition; advancement on merited ofilcleucy. Address K. L. O., thin of-i- UOY WANTED- - 10 to 20. for permanent C.ive us your job work. - Roads still bad Hannah McFaddcn, colored, 73 died of chronic bronyears chitis a,t her home in the west end, Sunday Feb. 5th. Burial was in the west end cemetery Monday. , Ms. W. O. Belcher vine jasc wee. was in Evans Telephone No 5 and your laundry will be called for and delivered. Avoruarantecd Mr. Newton Belcher ville lh?c wpplr. at Ford w.ns bms? jJ!ijiRiissell in Louis Ford who has been metric uountzier drug store lias ac ceptcd a position with Jarvis & Williams, druggists, and entered upon the discharge of his duties Monday. The secretary of the State Sunday j School Association desires a com t of all the Sunday schools Needles for all sewing machines at in Muhlenberg and adjoining coun Roark's. Superintendents or pastors ties. The croundhog saw his shadow. should promptly furnish the information. Six weeks of winter due us yet. . plete-repor- Capt. R. C. McCrackcn was in Mrs. C. W. Roark and Miss May-fnLam were in Louisville this week. 'See c Hot drinks of all sorts now at Hale's fountain. At a convention of the Republi Miss Lena Arnold for bulbs cans of the Seventh Senatorial dis of all sorts. trict, held at Beaver Dam, last week, Mr. Hugh Bohannon was home Commodore Holman, of Morgan- from Paducah the first of the week. town, was unanimously declared the nominee to be voted for in the next Mr. lid Kurtzdoeffer, of Owens-bor- November election. Holman is an was in town the first of the of Butler county. o, week. . In last Sunday's issue of the Cour appears .an interesting account of Kentucky's deserted city, Airdrja, located on Green river, this Miss Ethel Hehsley, of Madison-yjjjcounty. The atmosphere of romance js here on a visit to friends antj hangs heavy around this-oldeserted relatjves. yijlage, and many strange stories are told of things that happened there in. Mjss Nan JCirkwood, of Madison- bygone days. vjjleis here on a visit Jo Miss yan- nie Martin. Get waljpaper at Roark's at lower price t line of carriages at Roark's. A full go-car- and baby al c, 1 In a debate held at Madisonville Friday between girl debating teams Mrs. Alice Weir, of Louisville, from the Paducah high school and n the Madisonville was the guest of Mrs. 1. W. hih school, the last week. team from Paducah was unanimous ly declared the winner. The ques- Mrs. G. M. York visited friends tion debated was, "Resolved, That and relatives in Central City, Saturday a person is the product of heridity and Sunday. rather t.han environment.,! Paducah high school defended the negative Sec Coombs & Co. before you side of the question. Mr. W. H. sell your beef hides. 027 Gray, of this place, acted as one of the judges in this contest. Miss Blanche Christian left for Nashyille Saturday to take a course The pourt of Appeals has decided lH fashionable millinery. a suit in which Ohio county-habeen seeking to recover the sum of Miss Virginia Tate, of Madison taxes from the C. & O. and ville, was the guest of Miss Vannie Southern R. R. Co., now the I. C, Martin the first of the week. since 1903. The case was once re Try the new meat market at the versed by the Court of Appeals in favor of the railroad company. Later depot. the Circuit Court decided against the W. G. Crawford county and now this judgment is reMr. and Mrs. entertained a few of their friends at versed and the amount about $2,000 must be paid. The tax is for years cards on Thursday evening. 1896-97- , and the question finally Ladies' work a specialty. Ford hinged on whether or no) the Fiscal Court could amend its tax levy. Bros. Mid-dlcto-$1,-804- .7 Berkley Bros. repair your flues, and prevent a fire loss. f aye thar you have ever known. For two weeks Chicago has been having the greatest automobile display ever seen in this country. Greenville Light & Water Co. Last week pleasure cars were shown, the value of which ran to the enormous sum of $2,500,000, and the g sales reached the, Ollieo Hours: 7.30 to S a. 'in. 11 to 12 a. m. amount of 5,000 cars, worth about 1 to 1.30 p. 111. $10,000,000. This week commer1 to f. n. lMiono No. Ofll. m. cial trucks and wagons arc being shown, and sales have been extremeBlind Tiger Men In the Toils. ly heavy, as this branch of the Bard-Ric- e Wedding. Club pressing rates $1 per month motor business is now receiving For some time it has been apparA pleasing surprise wedding much attention, and growing at a ent that blind tiger operations at Ford Bros. yesterday afternoon at great pace. around Graham had been in active when Miss Geneva Bard Trial of Will Elliott. operation, but all efforts to make a and County Judge J. J. Rice were The Daily Courier-Journat One capture had failed. Lately the counWill Elliott, colored, was tried in married at the home of Mr. O. B. ty officials, had been giving the mat- M. Williams, Half Price. police court Thursday on the charges Rev. G. P. Dillon ter special attention, and last week performing the of carrying concealed a deadly weapThrough a special arrangement, ceremony in the on and of shooting with intent to kill. this paper is enabled to offer the developments were rapid, and as a presence of a few friends and relresult there is one white man and atives. The bridal On the first charge he was given a Daily Courier-Journby mail, in couple left on two negroes in jail, under convic- an afternoon fine of $50 and fifteen days in jail, combination, at a price just one-hatrain for Arkansas, and on the second charge he was the regular rates for the Courrer-Journp- l. tions carrying fines and jail sent where a visit will be made to the Last Saturday in county bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. held over to await the action of the The regular pi ice of the ences. court U. S. Brown was tried for II. Bard. Many friends grand jury. In a difficulty on Cherry Daily Courier-Journa- l is 50 cents a extend street on Monday night.of last week month, 56. 00 a year. See thcclub-bin- violation of the local option law, best wishes. While there had been Elliott shot nine limes at Aubrey proposition in our advertising and fined $60 in one case and $60 some rosy rumors of such an event, Mathis, also colored, but none of columns, and read about the bar- and ten days in jail in another, and the wedding was a surprise to most is now in jail. the shots took effect. of our people. gain. This special offer is good only Last Tuesday in Esq. J. T. for subscription orders given usdur ing the month of February. The- of Chandler's court at Graham Ander Crusade Against Impure Foods. fer will be witlvawn the last day of son WiMUnii, colored, was convic With all its machinery in action, ted ot illep! selling of beer, and orders $an be s Jhc month, at fined $65 and five days in juiL the Department of Agriculture has 'taJ''after ' begun th general' fiou c(Vl.rji & til ' bul.l lIlOllCl, VUMIICI JUUluUI On the same day i i itUU(S jllilCU. cleaning in Washington's history, arlin, Jtihn S& win be sent to subscribers only another colored man, stood trial on ami uum uic woik is compieicci through the not through ,,rA Ml Courier Journal agent. No Courier-Journ- a like charge, and he was given a every drug store aud wholesale X ' fine of $60 and ten days in j iil, and grocery in the city will be brought orders for a full year will be is serving the imprisonment part to account for any adulterated or taken at this rate. Subscription must he decaying foodstuffs or medical nosof the sentence. be for K longer not less than four months or There are warrants out for sever- trums found on the premises. Althan eight months. al more persons who up to the pres- ready 100 cans, each containing 30 The Tariff question in Congress pounds of "frozen eggs; hundreds L. and Mr. Watterson's letters from ent have succeeded in evading the of bottles of "fake" lithia water, officers, but a close watch will be Europe will make the Courier-Journhave been seized and are being held FURNITURE, WALLPAPER, FUNERAL especially interesting for the maintained for all of them. It is reported that there are some thirty pending trial of the cases in courl. next few months. :DIRECTORS, EMBALMERS X cases against various paities, and Perhaps the most important step e Telephones: Store, 72; Home, 108 Private Marriage License. the officials are determined to break which the department has taken in Established 1879 ORIENL. ROARK, Manager the matter is the attempted aboliThe following mariagc license up these places. tion of all forms of frozen eggs and have been issued since January 1st: .......... hl IIUIUU3 nn. tnr!sM,o I11JU1U If UUAlUlCb" WU1UI1 Robert Spears to Gilbert Jenkins; are sold to pastry makers. Within Theron Dorris to Delia Knightj-Lucicthe last six weeks, agents of the dc Mr. Morton Ferguson, of ProviNext Sunday is Lincoln's birth Evitts to Emma Lee; Unice partmcnt have caused seizures to be dence, spent a few days here durday. L. Eraerp to Annie Bidwcll; Lum-my- c made which led to the destruction ing the week, on a visit to his parBrowning to Murray Roley; All parties who arelndebtt C of 15,000 eggs, the largest single We have a new, vigorous Com ents, Mr. and Mrs John Ferguson. Gery Walker to Gracy Kittinger; ed to the firm of R. Martin C shipment confiscated being in a mercial club. A & (o. are earnestly request- The groundhog saw his shadow J. B. Tucker to Elpra Stewart; J. A. large wholesale warehouse. When, ed to call and make full set- - C the cans of "frozen" eggs were Mr. Win. Martin was in Owcns all right, but has not been busy on Vincent to Annie Lewi-?- ; Bryant boro a few days this week. tlements as soon as pos jv seized and found to be a mixture of his job hereabouts yet, although in Lee to Minnie Williams; J. W. sible, as we are compelled some sections he has been active. Hankins to Eva Audas; Prentice decayed and cracked cgss, temJohnston to Vida Manday; Henry J. E. Coombs & Co. buy beef to. collect ati outstanding porarily preserved by freezing, the hides. Highest cash price. Roark has the largest line of Wsdding to Parodine Pike; Simon debts in order to make set- proprietor of the establishment exchamber suites ever shown on this Vincent to Lydia Eord; John Ward tlement with the R. Martin hibited a guarantee from the firm ol Don't forget that good old St. market, ranging from cheapest to to P.clia Davis; T. F. Wagner to T whom he had secured the eggs, estate. Valentine has an inning on the 14th. high giades. Pearl Wells; Inos Berry Tanner to 5 which read, "This mixture .is absoR. MARTIN & CO. Margaret Marie Murphy; Martin lutely guaranteed under the pure pood morning! Did you join the . Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lovell are Acin to Anna p. Valtman; B. f,ood and drug act.,; The present Commercial club? Ydu will be entertaining their first girl, Annie Holt to Bessie ?yL Wo.db.u.rn; Oar-lisl- e Discretion of speech is more than activities of the Agricultural Departwelcome. Elizabeth, who came to thejr home Virkpotticlc to Lucy E. Haden; ment is the most general aad efTuesday night, and mother and Dal Riley, to Mandie Mahan; D,r. eloquence; and to speak agreeably fective crusade against impure foods Mr. Robert Wickliffe was jn Loujs- child are getting along splendidly. L. D. V. Whitaker to Eva Hunt; to him with whom we deal i more inaugurated since the passage of the y.ille on business the latter part of Reno Whitmer to Pearl Haumber; than to speak in good words or in pure and the general in last week. Mr. Otto A. Roihcrt came down Luke Alvey to Belle Eaves; Tom good order. Francis Bacon. spection and examination may posfrom Louisville Tuesday and will Fenhand to Florence Richey; Altha sibly extend to other cities of the Save your home by having your spend some time here. Mr. Roth-er- t $8.50 TAILOR HAW Vincent to Vera Tarrants; E. G. country. flues repaired. Barkley Bros, do is collecting data lor a history Campficld to Willie May ward; TRQUSERS TOR this work in best manner. of Muhlenberg county, and has Odie McLcvain to Lcthic Kenucttj; FOftA UmjtU 7l!t OSLr. la onler to Bulbs of all Kinds in Stociu already written a number of interest- James Stulc to Lizzie Wllam. our liijjli jrrntlc, intulu to mensuro Mr. James Louis Roark who has wearer, we arc ofdirect inuUer to. Mi3s Lena Arnold has in stock aF2 ing articles along this line. been spending several days at his fering every uiiui In the United States a pair 75 Bauk Mules for Sale. of our lilsh i;ralu I'CKUlar priced fS.&) tal.lgr kinds of bulbs, and now is the time: home here, returned to Louisville to rfou 11111170 furCt) cents.. to begin, the cultivation. made trouper Followyn; l you have not Have 75 good mine mules., run- Hvery Monday. Hi if coiiveuiuntjo of aivve--liheard the Victor ning from 48 to 52 inches; prices, having iimnrnii putr of these xtyllnU tailor are ready for delivery, and orders a.n extra HoUner im It Ih a ourrc of miteli k'iiH; taken for. others, and prompt de)r talking machines, $75 to $110. AJI guaranteed, ftich.-ar- d A moving picture show will open ure whether for holiday, outing or every day e 1. 11 Lcavcll, Hopkiusvillc, ly. livery guaranteed: Chinese Sacred: can ai r ioarK s. i SRcr.ai wear. We don't limit you to any certain at the opera house next Monday, bill you can have your choice from a net Lillies, 10c each, 3 for 25J Papcp is the plan to continue for yau have heard them, call again and and jt leut slock of the moet fashionable aud dctdr. Quarterly Meeting. White Narcissus, Grandiflora, 2 fon oftcnj they never, grow tiresome. able materials now belntf shown by the higher somo time. Our second quarterly meeting will priced custom tailors In ths east. We are 5c, 30c dqz; Roman Hyacinths,. Large library of records and all iimklug this remarkable olfer merely to InNo matter what you want in baby kinds of talking machine supplies. be held at the Methodist church next troduce our new Premier System, of high gra-.l- Single White, 50 each, 50c doz; Sunday. Rev. S. J. Thompson, P. laturinx cut to your Individual meuHure, direct Bedding Hyacinths, Dutch, 5c eachfj carriages or carts, you can find it in fcom inalcpr to wearer Mivtngyou Irom '1 to 'j . J. S. Herron & Son, of Morgan-fielE., will preach both morning and the cost ot.what you haw been paying for your 60c doz; Forcing Dutch HyacirhsA the large stock on display at Roark's. practical moving picture ma- evening. The Lord's Supper will flolliFH In the paut. ltemcmber HiIh olTcr Ih for 10c each, $1.00 doz; Tulips safocd conWe are a time Mr. Cecil E. Roark, who has chine operators, will open at the be celebrated at the morning sermon. a limited moan only.what we say. reliablestamp 20c doz. juttt cern aud Send opera house here next Monday Love Feast at 2 p. m. Quarterly for sample and measurement blanks. AhU for been in Washington City for the A Bissau oaspcl sweeper wiWj and wimple catalogue. past several months, is here on a night, and give shows nightly at 5 conference Monday evening 7.30. our special suit offer at once and get the full Don't delay. Send In last longer than 40 corn brooms and 10 cents admission for adults There will be no preaching at Lov-ell- 's benetit of this liberal olTer. Write um. visit to home folks. costing from $12 to $15; the sweeps-erand children. They have a nice, THE PREMIER Chappcl Sunday morning. cost S3 to $5.75. See them att Charley. Hildrcd Chicago, 111. Culbertson, clean show, with the latest and best 185 K. Madison St. Roark's. and have other advantages--thafilms, and promise high grade enchild of Mr. Win. Culbertson of Fresh, smoked and salted meats the money-savin- g features Give your job printing orders to Hillside, died Sunday night, and tertainment at each performance, of all kinds at J. E. Coombs r Cote with chauges of program. The Hecord. was buried Tuesday morning. market. 020 record-breakinoc-cural ll g - a good one, and an inspiration to all. Next Sunday afternoon we expect to have Rev. S. J. Thompson, of Owcnsboro, who is presiding el der of the Methodist church, to speak for us at the meeting. He is a plain, forceful speaker, and has a message for men and boys. The subject will be "The Rich Young Ruler, or One Thing Thou Lackcst.'' All men and boys should be present and hear Rev. Thompson. The first meeting of the First Aid class was held on last Monday evening at 7 o'clock. There was an enrollment of 14 boys to take up this most important and valuable study. Some general instructions were giv en by the teacher, Dr. Martin, and the first definite lesson was assigned. The class will meet every Monday at 7 o'clock till the course is completed and the examination passed. The Boy Scout badges have arrived, and all the boys who are regularly enrolled scouts and have passed the Tenderfoot examination arc the proud possessors of the badges. The uniforms will soon be ordered and then some real demonstration may be expected. The Ladies Auxiliary are planning for a social and entertainment in honor of Washington's birthday, to be held at the Y. M. C. A. on Tuesday evening, Feb. 21st. This occasion is for the members of the association and their friends. Invitations arc being prepared to be sent out to each member. This Tnvita tion will admit a member and one lady friend when presented at the door. Last Thursday evening the local basket ball team look a trip over to Central City to play the team of that place, and were defeated in a closely contested game, resulting in a score of 24 to 22. The Central over to Greenville next Tuesday and play a return game. Tickets will be on sale for reserved scats on Saturday afternoon at 1.30 o'clock. As everybody most stands up the management has decided to decrease the number of chairs and thereby largely increase the standing room. So if you want seats you had better secure them early. Wedding. The county judge's office was comfortably filled Tuesday night by the business and professional men and progressive citizens of the town, and the Greenville Commercial Club was organized. About O5 members were secured, and many others will join at once. Hon. T. J. Sparks was chosSn president, S. C. Eaves vice president, and R. O. Pace secretary. Various matters came up for discussion, and the meeting was adjourned to meet again next Tuesday evening. There arc many things we need, and in concerted action they can be secured. Every citizen of the" town should join and lend his fullest support to the work. Chicago Automobile Show. FOR THE C0MP0S ING ROOM in a printing house, electric .light is the best, and for factories or shops turning out typewriters, clocks, watches, parts for bigger machines, it will aid in getting better and more work. Whatever your lighting or other electrical necessities further your own financial interests by consulting us. Our diagnosis and prescribing will help you a whole lot- - Miss Maymc Elizabeth Lam and Mr. Hubert Meredith will be married ac.8 o'clock Wednesday evening, February 15, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lam, parents of the bride. The wedding will be private, only a few friends being in attendance, but following the happy event there will be a reception to which invitations have been issued, and from 9 until 12 o'clock the home will be filled with the friends of the family and the newly wedded pair. The bride and groom will take a tour through the South, visiting many of the principal points of interest, and will be gone about two weeks. They will return here, where they will reside. I Our genera KVa I Stocks are I Very complete taii ana see It 1 The J. Roark Estate -Long-distanc- bio-jjes- t ! post-offic- 1 $ x . - S f r f i - ood-law- 3 9Qc 1 1 , s Fwmture, W2v.llpdwper, Shades, Moldings. . , , Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper.-- Slippers, Gra,ve Vailts. Disinfection. ROARK 1 Breeding Stock For Market Value In Ibis pcrkd of extremely high I for fewl It becomes n lending (titration with the stockman as t vbetlw or tiot he can afford to tnnfce a sfwlaltx of feeding stock for tho Alnny think not. mnrket. Probably no one factor l. of greater Inortante than the cliaractor of the ani'.nals to be fed. whether horses, cattle, sheep or swine. reeding experiments on animals for meat production have generally shown that the breed doe not play so Important a part in absolute gain in weight as might be supposed. For example, llolstein and Shorthorn steers fed side by sldo with the same food might inako much the same relative gfllna in live weight. Animals of common or native stock were among the poorest In average dally gain In live weight. That is the case, as might logically be .supposed, though It is not invariably so. Cattle of small sise of dairy type will at best make a poor show lug In Ilcsh production. Another and most important side to this question involving breeding and feeding is the character of the meat derived from the animal. On the market a steer with plenty of Aberdeen-Augus- , Shorthorn or Hereford blood, with good conformation, fetches the highest price. That Is because much of his fat is distributed on the outside of the rigs anil on the back and Meshy parts, while the native or dairy type of steer has his deposted internally. s rjsn WJHiviisacsy s nnn b ALCOHOL IN SICKNESS, At ono of the London public a special point is inado of giving alcohol to tho patients as rarely and sparely as possible; and each timo that ono of tho physicians does, so lie submits a special entry of tho reasons that actuated him. In tho thirty-tw- o years of tho existence of the hospital r.lcohol has only been given seventy one times. Tho cases received an exactly liko thoeo received by. all tho other hospiuds. For 1904 they numTho bered 13J7 in -- patients only. doath-rntamong theso was 7.3 per cent. For tlio samo year tho averngo dcatli-rnt- o among tho other London public ho?pitsla vrr3 0.1 per cent. Therefore tiio cm oi alcohel in sickness is not to bo regarded as p. necessity. Although taoct physicir.na alcohol i:i solution with dragi for their paticnta there was ono physician of national reputation who did not behevo ia using alcohol. Many years ago when Dr. 1'. V. Pierce decided to put up his vclunblo w Prescription" for t":o diseases of women in n "ready to uco" form ho used as a solvont and preservative cliemicnll puro glycerine of proper strength, which ia a. hotter solvent and preservative of the active medicinal principle 5 residing in most cf our indigenous or Dr. nativo plantfl than u alcohol. Pierce tonud th.it tho glycerine, bepossesses sides boing cntirolv harmless, intrinsic medicinal properties, cf great value. No woman who n suffering from inflammation, from tho pains and drains incident to womanhood can afford to bo without Dr. Pierco's An honest medi-cin- o Prescription. which has the largest number of aires to its credit and a deserved popularity for two scoro years all over tiro Dr. Piorco tells you United States. just what is contained in his "Favorito o prc-scrito bos-pitn- ls mi Our Name (01 iS-- ; Mirror has been before the public for 30 years,, most of the time right on the spot where we are now located. if Our Aim constantly has been to sell the best goods in our lines, at the most reasonable prices. Our services arc 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. ' V $ , The girl who from motives of economy or onvenlence prefers to do her own shampooing will save herself much time and weariness if she Invents In several appliances used by professionals. One of these Is a spray with a long rubber tubing and tine nozzle. This can lie bought to fasten to any spigot and is a great convenience In rinsing the lialr. it is almost impossible to get the hair entirely clean by oneself. With the greatest en re, some of tho soap or shampoo mixture will cling unless forced out by the strong current of a spray. Another convenience is nn electrical drier. These can be found In a number of different styles some that can he attached to any electric tlxture In the house, others that are not dependent upon an electrically lighted room, but have their own storage batteries. Where the hair Is heavy enough time Is saved in drying to more than make the drier an advisable purchase. Where one Is sensitive to draft and usually catches cold after a shampoo the drier Is invaluable, as the current of air tan be regulated to any desired temperature. The shorter time that damp hair hangs around shoulders 13 also a preventive of colils. A drier that sends the current out Into the room I better for the hair than those on v. lilcli rusts to dry. the-lmlr A Jot & 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 & The J. L. ROARK Estate ORIEiN L. ROARK, Manager SL FURNITURE tstalilislisd I3Z9 Loa$ Distance Telephones: EALERS D IREC Store TORS AW Prescription." ITS IN'OREDIEXTS Attn: m 1l name 108 CATTLH KESTIXO IN 1'inLD. ' fee with a much greater percentage of waste. The butcher finds a thicker. Unor llcshed cut of meat with the animal of beef bred Hues thau of the oth-o- r sort. In general the preceding statement has equal application for sheep and swine. It is true that in this country range sheep with considerable Merino blood will give essentially equally good gains for tho food consumed as will some of our well kuowu pure breds. it tho above statements are correct, and they are. as based on much experimental evidence, then it is largely n question of type or function that the feeder must consider. How 13 he to got the right sort of auimals to secure the best returns? He may buy feeders in the big stockyards, and the better they are the more purity of blood they will show, and if well fed alio higher the price they will bring when turned off fat. The butcher knows at once that j well fattened, typy. highly bred Aberdeen-Augu- s 9t 1 :...- - From LAUDS AND EWKS IK 1'ASlt nn. Hi coder's Gazette, I'hicaso J ' ft. r. . - It:' IBS-- ' ' tut a wether or Ilork-shir- e barrow will kill out among tho best. Jt is absolutely a case whure blood will tell. It is a singular thing that so many people will persist in keeping low grade, unprofitable stock even under the best of cJrcunMitnnecs. The results of careful study of many dairy herds iu this country have shown a large number of cows thafdld not make enough milk each yenrto pay for their keep. They were lardlng uL the expense of their owners. We nerd to make a mere enreful Inventory of rl'.r. k. to weed out the unprofitable ucs ml lary r" breed a type that rc.ue. r:it.i a profit maker Nt of high class nly shoukl one study his own herd, but it will pay him to Investigate the market and get clear lu his mind the type that ie rendering a profit and then secure It. ,Where ono such a policy, as a general rule t!n use of high priced feeding staffs pays, otfcerwlsfc not steer or Southdown prsus Tha railing Hair of Convalescents. When hair falls after a fever or other weakening discus- - it Is for the reason that the parts no'ir the roots have undergone decay It Is always a to arrest any such all. One should rat Iter iry to quicken It and so f;le the roots a chance of sending our Hew. healthy hair. Free combing, brushing and scalp iua.isaglng will soon pet rid of tho diseased hair. Wlfcu the ULtb'nt's strength nJJ .sew pup zh cfsi. ' ueau must i:e wasncunna rins.. - TflT nr'l TliriBl'... . r , . comes the time for nourishing and stimulating the growth. If money Is not euro biliousness, ciclc and bilious hnntl-- i ache, dizziness, costivonoss, or convery it Is Intense- - folly to sac-rile utility to economy. In these cases stipation of tho bowels, loss of r.ppc-fitcoaled tongue, sour stomach, one should always make an effort to windy bclchings, "heartburn," pain purchase the best things obtainable, and distress after eating, and kindred preparation ordered to meet the spe- derangomcnta of the liver, ctomach cial needs of the patient. However, and bowote. some excellent results have followed Porsons t.Iio aro snbjcct to any of this simple treatment: .Make a mixture theso troubles should never be without ft of tincture of capsicum, ten parts; vial of tho "Pleasant Pellets'' at hand. In proof of their superior excellence it UqueMcd phenol, four parts; glycerin, ten parts, and water to complete the can truthfully be said that they aro always adopted cj household remedy hundred parts. Shako and repeat the aftar the Mrs' trial.5 shaking before pouring out. Apply a One little "Pellet'' is a laxative, two dessertspoonful dally. thoroughly combnro cathartic. They regulate, invigoring the hair both before and after tho ate and cleanso the'liver, stomach and application. After treating the hair bowels. A3 .1 "dinner pill," to promote thus during seven days use tho lotion digostion, take one each day. To relievo only four times weekly and on the eating, tho distress arising from overnothing equals ono of these other days apply a small quantity of littlo "Pellets." They're tiny, oil of rosemary mixed with three times granules, scarcely its bulk of olive oil. As the weeks go laiger than in iStard Deeds. by lessen the frequency of tho capsiHEALTH AXD IIAPriKBSS. cum mixture and weaken the rosemary IIo to livo hvhcalHi and happimixture by adding more olivo oil. ness ic tho general thomo of Dr. Pierco's Common Sense Medical AdTo IVt&ko Arms Pretty. viser. This great work on medicine Girls whose arms are not round and and hygiene, containing over 1000 smooth should begin at once to use a pages and more than 700 illustrations, is sont frco on receipt of stamps to pay bath brush, for there Is no doubt that constant dally application of such a expense of mailing only. Sond 31 d stamps for the toilet article scatters many a group of or only 21 stamps for tha bool. pimples and other skin dlsllguremcnls, in paper covers. while Jt stimulates circulation and clears the skin. After scrubbing the arms with a A BOAR, bath brush and any pure soap for a The Registered week the roughness should disappear. The uuevcuness of the tlesh Is simply old skin that a cloth is too smooth to remove. F.nt when there is irritation, such as sometimes appears on the face, more treatment will be needed. Before using the formula about to be given the skin should be brushed with green soap, washing It off and drying carefully afterward. Thou apply tho olutment made from ono dram of sublimed sulphur. live drops of oil of eucaplyptiw and one ounce each of ointNo. 74,507, sire Perfect Wonder, ment of oxide of zinc and olntmont of rose water. These should be smoothly dam QUEEN QUALITY, blended. This mixture should be put on dally or at night. Twice a week a fine individual, from a perfect only should scrubbing with green soap be given. The bath brush Is to be strain of prize winners, is now in used dally, however, with simple soap. service, at $i.oo, cash in hand only. The patronage of the public is Finger Nails, T. E. COOMBS. The ualls should bo cared for every solicited. day. If you follow this practice It will take but a few minutes at any one 60 YEARS' time. Soak your nails iu warm water lr EXPERIENCE in which there Is a little tincture of bonzoln or aromatic vinegar. Lather them weil with soap and then file the ends to the same shape as the little half moon at the base. Trim off all rough edges. Press the skin away from the half moon so that It will I HAUE. IVIAKKS Decjgns show distinctly. This might to be done Copyrights &c. with the towel every time you wash AitTOtio nncllii't n !irMi m U description mny your hands. Do not use a nail U'.e qulclilr nacprtam inr opinion frco whether nil Invention is rlnlW v itontrlIe. for this purpose, but an orange wood IIANDDUCK oiil'atcnta eoiit free. (iMwt niioiic? forsccunna patents. stick. After the nails are shaped, by I'tttptita I.ikcn thrnnirli iltinn & (U lecotro tpccttil i.oflff, without clwircc. in tho this treatment at both ends polish them 'with a chamois polisher, being enreful not to heat them by too brisk A htwrtscmolr ili'wtrotPrt wcctlr. JjimM dr J mtnel. rubbl:g. Ilefore polishing you may citlaium or aay Trrms. 93 a rear; irar tatrawu, j u awucfall notriaaicr. ntb a little vaseline or olive oil on siBroadwar.wp.iy Ynrfe the.n. with a little nail powder dusted B SU. WatT.nuton. D. C over. This will give a high polish which will last longer than the simple friction with the chamois. Do enreful No matter what typewriter you use, to wash the powder all of. Tho Mulshing touch Is glveu by rubbing with a ribbons for it arc iu stock at this plain chamois. office. mis-tak- e fc Tli c, sugar-coated, anti-bdioone-cent cloth-bounvol-ninPOLAND-CHIN- Golden Seal root (Hydrastis Canadensis), Lady's Slipper root (Cypri-podiuPubescens), lilcclc Cohosh root (Cimicttuga Itaccmosn), Unicorn root (Ilelonias D'toica), Blue Cohosh root (Cauiophyllum Thaliclroides), Chemically Puro Glycerine. Among tho prominent medical men o of tho country who recommend lha abovo ingredients as superior remedies for nervous conditions depending upon disorders of tho womanly system and for tho euro of thoco catarrhal conditions in tho affected pnrts are : Edwin M. Hale, D., Professor of Materia J.Iedica, at Hahnemann Medical College, Chicago ; Prof. John King, M. D., Author of the American Dispensatory, Woman and licr Diseases; Professor John M. Scnddcr, Doctors Hale, Ivea, Wood, Lartlfolow and J?Scrs. Addrosa a p.stalcard t Dr. i for. a corn- cone to- PraltTaSito m t: iiiiitiioioootoiiiteiiti(ittittiiiia Greenville Livery Go. BARBOUR HEAD, Manager Laid so years afro ere cs rood as mw have Think of it I What other roofing vill last as long, and look asTwell ? They're fireproof, stormproof, and.vcry easily laid. They can be laid right over wood ohineles. if necessarv. without mini; uui or inconvenience. Fcr prices and other detailed information apply to- METAL SHINGLES r. . FIRST CLASS LIVERY SERVICE HIGH G. M. DEXTER & (0. Greenville, Ky. GRADE CLOSED CARRIAGES Feed and hitch business solicited, A New Newspaper A New Newspaper, the and given careful attention .' Telephone No. 1S2 Day or Night "MUHLENBERG SENTINEL" Edited and published by R. O. Pace at Greenville, made its appearance APRIL electing Wall Paper 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. All- 1, IQIO SOME OF ITS FEATURES home print? all the home news Republican in politics, but fair to everybody Devoted to the county's social, moral, educational, iadbx-trial and political welfare Pertinent editorial comment on matters of public, interest A free "want" and "exchange" column for use of all of its subscribers, except regular dealers A circulation from the beginning of nearly 2000 One Dollar per year and worth it 'noxal wonder mm The SOY. JOB DEPARTMENT m Just at this lime we have several SPECIAL BARGAINS IN QUANTITIES sufficient for one to three rooms the price in some cases being half. Price on every pattern is low. COME AND SEE, OR ASK FOR SAMPLE BOOKS, which will be sent on request. The Sentinel has one of the most complete job offices- - in Western Kentucky, This department is under the supervise ion of Mr. E. E Reno, one of the most obliging and oractical 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 arc right. Satis faction guaranteed f7f ir" - Phvsicians Ad vis a 0InanJ LSf-S- 1 movent tho poisons of undated J. L. ROARK Estate. cznoizzp i K'caiiii, arcrcauc taste. 9 l?lly vo Vc Uver Synip. puny eentle. nets on the liver, as well as nn tb vtnble. ii m 5Gc mm m mm am. LAXATIVE Subscribe for Tiie Record Only LIVER SYRUP