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Record (Greenville, Ky.): February 16, 1911 Record (Greenville, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Greenville, Ky. : Record Press, 1899- Greenville, KY 1911 rec1911021601_sn87060049 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Record (Greenville, Ky.): February 16, 1911 Record (Greenville, Ky.) Greenville, Ky. : Record Press, 1899- Greenville, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. b Kf "Record" Advertising Costs NotHitig. It pays for itself. The investment is Get our rates. sure of returns. KKIaS8KBB& ftetorfr GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1(, 1911. Muhlenberg County ootter's clav J setc, and the most invitinjr field in Ken- Itucky for investment of capital and pluck. is rich in coal, iron, timber, VOL. XIII. NO. 1. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE Fresh Air h Pneumonia. Pointed Paragraphs. An. epicure is a professor of In talking of pneumonia to people in general, it is necessary to say and repeat many times that pneuLots cf women seem to think it's monia is not a bad cold run mad, up to them to worry. for this conviction appeaisto be inDwellers in glass houses should vincibly lodged in the lay mir d. keep out of politics. Pneumonia is first, last, and all A girl is always sure her latest the time an acute local disease of love is the real thing. the lungs, which, according to the A man's idea of a smart man is gravity of the case, become more or one who never gets caught. less consolidated or choked up. The A woman always fears she won't more ot the lung tissue that is thus choked, the less the lungs arc able be in time for the bargain sale. Not all monumental prevaricators The first consequence to breathe. of this helplessness on the part of do business in the marble yarus. the lungs is that the heart that galYoung man, don't marry a grass lant organ labors to get enough widow and hope to live in clover. blood to keep things going, and this The longer wc live the more wc is why wc see the distressing rapid realize what wc might ha.vc done but and shallow breathing so character- didn't. istic of the disease. The meanest man in a community With all the heart can do it can usually attracts more attention than only pump blood, it cannot oxygen- the best one. ate it that is the function of the You can't fool all of the people Presently, therefore, the lungs. all the time, because they arc as blood stream becomes more and wise as you arc. more impure, owing to lack of oxyIf a man's wife can read about gen, and in those cases ending in politics without wishing she were a death one of two things happens cither the heart gives out entirely, man, he will never experience the unable to stand the strain put upon pleasure of being henpecked. It used to be said that the only it, or else the system is overcome by toxins, that is to say, by the im- good Indian's were dead ones. The purity induced by the lack of oxy- same might be said of husbands ajui other excellent people. genation. It has long been recognized that what the pneumonia patient needs What Are You Going is oxygen, and we are now sure that this is best supplied by a direct curTo Do This Year rent or fresh air from outside, and by way of making your business sucthat this fresh air should be the cessful and your domestic life lull of basis of all treatment from the very pleasure, if you arc not supplied with beginning. telephone service of the Cumberland Too often has life been lost by a Telephone & Telegraph Company? failure to recognize this truth, or by Everyone should have a telephone. a belief that rushing in canned oxy- You arc connected with all outside gen at the last moment would effect important points in local connections a cure. There is less pneumonia with all residences and business housamong country dwellers thau among es. For any information call city people. There is less pneumonia among people who ventilate CHfflherlaryl Idepfnge S Telegraph to. rTJt limn among the etuffy. And Incorporated. there is less pneumonia in the sum- -' racr than in the winter, because in THE RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED. the summer there is a free circulation of air through all our houses. The ideal treatment of pneumonia Monon Route Announces New Schedule is to carry the patient into the open of Fares One Way and Round Trip. air and keep him there with proper precautions against wind and weathThe Monon Route announces that er. But as this cannot always be patient can at least be it will henceforth sell tickets between done, the one placed in the largest, sunniest and Louisville and Chicago at $6 way, instead of $8 as formerly, and best ventilated room in the house. If possible, a room with windows $12 round trip, good 30 days return on two Eides is much to be preferred ing, instead of Si 6. Patrons are of by to one which can be opened only to fered exceptionally good service Monon, which on night trains one point of the compass, By a the system of screening, it can always from Louisville operates CompartPullmans, be managed that a direct current of ment and Drawing-rooas well as the usual straight sleeper. very cold air shall not blow right on the bed, but the air of the room The day trains have Parlor and Din should be constantly renewed and ing cara, and the very finest modern, Inquiries cheerfully new coaches. always cool. answered by E. H. Bacon, D. P. A., Of all "cranks" the "fresh-ai- r crank" is the sanest, and his reward Louisville, Ky. yt m Furniture, Moldings, Wall Paper Wc carry on our floors and in our J. W. OUN T a T. 1 BARLOW, at reasonable Crown and Urldge Work done OlUce up stairs, lu the Jonenuildlnp. ware-rooGreenville, Ky. of Furniture in the largest variety Muhlenberg. 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PHYSICIANS COUGHS Bugiaui9 - - fcugralriug OSTEOPATHIC DISEASES t3?0ur Engraving Machine is the only one in this part of Kentucky, and wc arc exclusively prepared to supply individual Name Plates, which we furnish on all outfits without extra cost. Office at Home, East Mahvcross Street. Tclcpliotio No. 78. PNEUMONIA CONSUMPTION Undertaking and Embalming. Coffins in White Enamel and Stained Varnish finish; Caskets in White Enamel, Natural Woods, White, Colored and Black Cloth Covered; and Copper HETWEEN Louisville and Chicago Two years ago a aevere cold settled on my lungs and so completely prostrated me that I unable to work and scarcely able to stand. I then was advised to try Dr. King's New Discovery, was and after using one bottle I went back to work, as well as I ever was." W. J. ATKINS, Banner Springs, Teas. 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I had pains. the headache all the time and such bearing-dow- n "A very dear friend advised me to take Cardui, as it had done her so much good, so I commenced to use it and now I am in good health." 1 Take j 44 CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Our electric equipment enables us erly. to handle promptly all orders for Bring us your work or we will 'J'ypcwritcr ribbons, all machines, job printing. Give us your busi call for and deliver it. Telephone A Wrkday Prayer. at Roark's ness, and we insure satisfaction. No. 25 3. O God, it is good to be alive, to Posters be straight of limb and strong of GENTEEL TAILORING CO. Circulars heart, to have the great battles of ford jmos. , PROPS. Programs life to fight, and to have the chance n 24 Greenville Merc. Uldg. 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Women's pains are relieved or prevented and womens strength is quickly restored, by Cardui, the woman's tonic. You yourself know best if you need it, or not. If you do need it, do not delay, but commence to use it at once. Every day of delay, only lets you slide further down the hiil. Don't wait, then, but begin to take Cardui today, for its use, no matter how prolonged, cannot harm you and will surely do you good, 17j7s to; Ladles' Advisory Dept., CMttanooza Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Teas., book, 'Home Treatment for Women," sent free. for Special Instructions, and NEW YORK CLIPPER ISSUED WEEKLY. ALAND TELEPHONE (iNCOIirOKATHD) & TELEGRAPH CO. Burr Grist Mill. ation; call My new burr grist mill is in oper on your merchants fo Also ready to White Flint meal. furnish the public with chicken feed and chopped corn, J. A. Shaver jl 28 Shipping Tags Business Cards Circular Letters Announcements In Fact Everything TtiE FRANK QUEEN PUB. C0.(Ltd PniMSHEUS, ALBERT J. 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THiMunATH Tke First Man gf His Age nr RECORD PRESS, OlllEN I.. llOAUK, Scorctnrjv Okikx L. Koakk, Editor. LonO'OIctansa 50 CENTS Telephone, No. 72. Office In new nnnox reiir of toro. tcrountl floor. m YEAR. jr IN ADYAHCt The aattarripMon itv of Hie npir In jiya mtmHr. ami when the limp linn oxjilri'il to whlcll It Ih paid, lh iMixr will lie mopped. Cnnln f Ih.inVH, nl.ttttnrj- noUi-o- . oti., If not I ti Hirer ihmt tfii lltifrt, will lf )iii)UsIumI ire. A Mm will lie tiinilc for micooed' he. chftrftv ot tn(HH8. No viirlntlun of tills rule to iuiyopi. Krtia wimple copteH will tic nmltoil. A4 vortlHtMiinitH will W iiierU. A rate cnnl will Ira fHrnlthel ou requrst. Attdroe nil communication! nml mnfec nil KUCOKD I'KBSS. payable to reeiivlll. Ky. Me ih THURSDAY, Kateroil FEBRUARY 16, 1911. at the itreenvtlle, Ky., postofflco aft 8ocoinl-ol:is matter. In an endeavor to stimulate interest in the good roads movement in the States through which it operates, the Pennsylvania Railroad has issued a pamphlet entitled "Good Roads at Low Cost." The booklet drag, a device describes the split-lowhich can be made by any farmer who follows the directions given in the pamphlet, and which has been used with telling effect upon country roads. Several of these devices The Condition of Our Roads. Sentence Sermons. have been piacpd at vat ions PennFarmers have been convinced the The Wisdom of William Sharp sylvania railroad stations through- past few weeks that there is great Fiona Maclcod: Those clear in out the State of Pennsylvania. need of some permanent improve- soul arc also clear in sight. ment to the highways of this counOur evil is too finite to disturb Nightmare in Children. ty. Roads that arc almost perfect the infinite of good. When an apparently healthy child in the summer and fall have been We all aic wind harps casement-e- d develops the habit of suddenly wak- such bottomless pits lately that it on earth, and every breath of ing in the night, sometimes very was almost impossible to get along (lod that falls may fetch some dimsoon after falling asleep, in other with two horses to a buggy, while mest echo of a faint refrain from cases after several hours of sleep, anything like an ordinary load reeven the worst strung of all of us. and when this waking is accompanquired a doubling up of teams and People won't be preached to. ied by screaming panic, of which the consumption of at least twice the child can give no explanation, the ordinary time. Besides, harness, Truth can be inculcated far better it is small wonder that its parents vehicles, etc., have been broken up, by itiference, by suggestion. I do not reverence the Bible or should feel alarm. Any one who and all sorts of taxes paid because has ever seen a small child in the of the horrible roads. It may yet. the Christian theology in themselves, attack of dawn on the people of this county but for the beautiful spirituality throes of a night terror will not easily forget that they can tax themselves rich which breathes through them, like the pitiable sight, and it is hard to by building permanent, perfect a vague wind blowing through inunderstand that there arc people highways, bringing all parts of the tricate forests; and so far I reverwho endeavor to overcome this hab- county in close, quick connection. ence this spiritual breath in the wor it by harshness and punishments. When that time comes, land values ship of those whose views arc so my own. The condition is evidently one will jump by bounds, new citizens very differcnt-romethods of treatment, but will be attracted, towns will become I, too, will se for other e tnromit-'D- e' properly largerrnnidll4hg'Jm"T)C"uniWuirow'uiy uanatut or st decided upon until the attacks are ly enhanced. on high; it is loveliness I seek, not traced to their cause. lovely things. When they occur in a nervous, Louisville Auto Show. THE WHITE PEACE. child, whose fancy is It lies not on the sunlit hill, easily excited by books or talk, Nor in the sunlit gleam they arc not hard to understand; but Nor ever in any falling wave when the victim is a well-fe- d little Nor ever in running stream rosy animal whose healthy nerve-forc- e But sometimes in the soul of man is conspicuous through daySlow moving through his pain, light hours, it becomes more of a The fourth annual Louisville The moonlight of a perfect peace mystery why sleep should be thus Automobile Show, which has dc Floods heart and brain. broken. vclopcd into one of the chief auto In the case first mentioned the mobile events of the South will be Every breath of God creates a child's nervous system is probably held this year at the First Regiment new convolution in the brain of na at fault. The child should be in- Armory in the Kentucky metropolis, ture new loveliness is wrought upon duced to play more and read less, the dates chosen being March the earth. and should be kept in the open air The show will enjoy the best exhibi all day long if possible. In the tion hall in the country, the Colise case of the other child, it is possible um at Chicago not excepted, and MEM. $8.50 TAILOR MADE TROUSERS FOR that the digestion is at fault, and the display is expected to be in lflE.il. that the attack is one of genuine in- elusive. Fifty thousand square feet FOR A LIMIUU JISIEOSLY. In unlir to in digestion nightmare a thing which of floor space has been set aside for trod uce our Iiltfh grade, made to measure tall is sufficiently appalling at any age. the exhibits, and every car ot note wring direct from maker to wentvr, we are of fering every man In tlie United States n pair The evening meal for all children in the country will be shown. It of our high grade regular priced t8.50 tailor trouper should be very light and digestible, will be a representative display of made man cancut to jour mcaMircforVO cents. Every appreciate the convenience of and should not include meat, ex- the 191 1 lines of the best known having an extra pair of the.e hlylUh tailor made trousers as It is a source of much cept it be in the form of a makers, and prospective owners ure whether for holiday, outing or everyideas day or poached egg. After that will be able to "get a line" on the wear. We don't limit you to any certain pattern, but you can have your choice from a se meal it U beet that the transit to bed new wrinkles of jlhis year's offerings lect stock of the most fashiounble and deslr able materials now being shown by the higher should be 6wift and quiet. Most without di$culty. preed custom tailors In the east. Wc are children do better without the temptThe decorative scene decided on paklug th)s remarkable offer merely to In ing evening romp which is the prac- for the armory is to be unusually troduce our new Premier System, of high grade to your Individual measure, tise in so many families, but which, beautiful, magnolia trees, blossom talorlug cut to wearer saving you from direct from maker to y. sends too much blood to the small ing in their full beauty, providing a the cost of what you have been paying for your clothes in the past. Remember this offer Is for brain, and thus not only sets up a park-lik- e atmosphere, whjle the ex- a limited time only. We are a reliable con cerebral excitement, also draws hibits will be separated by low walls cern nud rojcan Just what we say. Send statin for samples and blanks. Ask for the blood from the stomach, where of brick. The general appearance our special suit measurement offer nud sumnle catalogue. it is needed for purposes of digestion. of the armory will be that of a big Don't delay. Send in at onco and get the futl ''Bogy" or uncanny stories told park. Low rates will be secured bcnellt of this liberal offer. Write us. THE PREMIER TAILORS are the unpardonby nurst-niaid- s from the railroads, and it is expect195 Ji. Madsou !jt. Chicago, III crime, find any mother who ed that the attendance from the surable suspects a servant of that offense rounding section will be unusually Hear varied seshoul'd at once lake measures to large. lections on the Vic stop it. tor talking ma Bulbs of all Kinds fa Stock. Sometimes night terrors arc due chines at Roark's to some cause calling for medical Miss Lena Arnold has in stock all The world's best treatment. It is always best that kinds of bulbs, and now is the time music, as well as all the family physician should be con- to begin tho cultivation. Following sulted. are ready for delivery, and orders the popular selections, speeches, It need not be added that bad air taken for others, and prompt de- bands, orchestras, instrumental so in the bedroom is sufficient to cause livery guaranteed: Chinese Sacred los, quartettes. Victors range in night terror in any one at any age. Lillics 10c oath, $ for 25; Paper price from $10 to $100. Victrolas White Narcissus, Jrandilora, 2 for to 52-jLarge library of re$73 Solomon says there is no delight do?; Roman Hyacinths, cords an,d all kinds qf talking ma like wisdom, and that wisdom is the Sci 3oc Single White, pC each, 50c doz; heritage of age; but there is a divine chine supplies. Iicdding Hyam'ntha, Pu.ch, 5c each, unwisdom which is the heritage of 60c doz; Forcing Dutch Hyacinths, youth, and I would rather be young Fresh, smoked and salted meats roc each, JW.oo doz; Tulips, mixed, .for a year than wise for a cyrle. 20c doz. of all kinds at J. li. Cnnmbs & Co'x '(There are some who live without mailed. n 20 ihe puisc fif youth in the mind; on Call on Leslie Hale, next to F'lrst ithc day, ib Akc fcpjir, I no longer National Bank, for candies, books, Roark's furniture polish is some ieel that quid: .pulse i go out sundrie, cigars, tobacco, etc. f$ what better than the rest, and is sold 4ike the blown flame. To ibe youjjg, considerably cheaper, and with the rto keep young, that is the story and Give yovr job printing orders to broadest guarantee money back if Tjie Record. .xlcspair of life. not better than any you ever used. well-doing g vnuau-muitrgtrhigh-strun15-1- 8. Independence day, with its rccuring echo of the jubilation which cracked the bell in Independence hall in 1776, rightfully centers its interest & upon him whom Fox called "the first man in the world." Washington's name, year by year, has gained in glory and renown; in the Great Hall of lame, the heart of his country, his name is the most glorious; more today than ever before arc his deeds and writings familiar to the whole world. It is manifestly futile to expect new discoveries regarding this man, or fresh facts concerning his life and career, or an original view lion that Washington was the victim point from which to estimate his of muckrakcrs. Deep contempt The intense interest of seized those who realized that ihc:c services. the past generations of Americans attacks were made upon him by his has uncovered all available materials fellow citizens at the close of his of Washington's life, and fervid ora- matchless career. tory has wrought these facts into If ever a man, within the history brilliant form. There would seem, of the Christian era, by reason of however, to be need of emphasizing virtues, deserved to be the grandeur of Washington's char held above the reach of evil tongues, actcr as it is set against the back- suicly Washington was that person. ground of criticism to which he was Vet no immunity was granted besubjected in his own day. cause of his to his That Washington was not mnwrs country; and Washington learned to in the face of ally appreciated in his own time by continue in his countrymen seems incredible to all sorts of obstacles and discouragements. An understanding of these us who have always rendered honor facts, however unpleasant in themto his name. Our sense of rever- selves, nevertheless enhances the ence is outraged on the first intima- - heroic figure of our first president. When You Think 7r. Pierce's Favorite Prescription makes wanlc women strong and womrn r.c, and &tvcs than freedomsick pain. from regularity, subdues intlam It establishes motion, heals ulceration and cures ie male weakness. . FT FOR Of the pain which many women experience with every month it makes the gentleness and kindness always nssoci-nte- d with womanhood scorn to he almost n miracle. While in general no woman rebels n&tinht what she regards ns a natural necessity there is no woman who would not jjludly he free from this recurring period of pain. CULTURED HOMES Sick women nrc invited to consult Dr. Pierce hv letter. free. All correspondence strictly private nnd sncrcdlv confidential. Write without fear nnd without fee to World's Dispensary Med ical Association, II. V. Pierce, M. D., President, liufinlo, N. Y. t .... t 1. 1l If ,uii viu..i. ji ifww.v inui ivuu mi noiii woman s diseases, nnd how to euro them at home, send 21 stamps to Dr. Pierce to pay co-- of mailm only, and he will send you n free copy of his great thousand-pagillustrated Common Sense Medical Adviser revised, edition, in paper covers 31 stamps. In handsome 11 1 ... one-ce- t e cloth-bindin- 11 BLACKWELL 1 fiSTYiCTROU XYI., $200 Others $75, $100, 150 GENERAL BNSDRANC We represent the Home ance (o. of InsurN. Y ttidt writes all kinds of farm and M jo; 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 TIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY GIVE J. L. ROARK ESTATE S WANT INSURANCE. IS A CALL WHEN YOU Si A BOYD & MARKS Merchant Tailors Greenville, Kentucky dollar saved is two made, so have your clothes made at home, by tailors. We save you no less than $10 ON EACH SUIT you buy from us. We also do cleaning and pressing. Our club rate is 75c. per month.. We guarantee all money refunded. . A trial . is all we ask. Telephone No. 16-- LAGKWELL BRO5 I I ' GREENVILLE, KY, El x J iiiii "MSl!: : VI A 1IK A I hi htiK NEW ORLEANS, FEB. ... 2128. AI BE 3 1! irJJSSS sales. February 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, and 27. Return limit, March 11. W. G. Crawford, Agent. Dates FARE JfclS.'JS of -c- -A The Greatest Rose Novelty of the Century BLUE ROSE-J- v The New Rose (Violet Blue) Hailed by the Rose Growers for and Price List as the Forcrwwcr ef the tern-Sen- d on GrecnliotiHCM JOHN E. R AC KE BRANDT Princeton, Ky. ffoxer Blue Rose. Very oas and hardy. Free Btonhii 9Qc FEBRUARY BARGAINS DAILY MUHLENBERG COUNTY SAVINGS BANK Greenville, Ky. soft-boile- d Ik' At If you will Ijrjns One-hal- f Price Aooreciatins'- your oast natron- v I age we solicit all or part of your A A Qf send us 3rour subscription during the month of February wc will send you future Banking business. THOS. E. SUMNER, Cashiep. t TTbc IRecorb ONE YEAR and THE I BUST NATIONAL BANK ' FOUR MONTHS For Only $L50 Or this paper ONE YEAR and DAILY COURIER' JOURNAL Eight Months for Subscriptions received at this price only during the month of February The State and National Campaigns arc opening and you want iq keep fjosted 911 rjolitical cvcijts, Read the Gourx icr'Journnl editorials. And Mr. Wattcrson's letters fcqrn Europe will be interesting GREENVILLE, KENTUCKY DIRECTORS W, A. Wickliffe, V, G. Duncan, C. E Martin, R.T.Martin, EJ. Purycar, C, M. Martin, Jno, T. Reynolds, Jr. JfJ.SO ; I J The standing and responsibility of the men who constitute our Board of Directors arc a guarantee of careful, judicious management. I I Subscription orders under this offer must NOT be sent to the CourierJournal, but to us ceseeiitou4ioofioiiet9ouaoete(ie .J o WALLPAPER Special Pies, & Ws. ;7 . . .L.yt. s3 Y. M. C. A. NOTES. KILLING lid Scott AT DRAKESBORO Killed AN IMPRESSIVE WEDDING Two of Our Prominent and ROYAL Baking Powder Economy The manufacturers of Royal Baking Powder have always declined to produce a cheap baking powder at the sacrifice of quality. was in a As Uev. Thompson special meeting it was not possible for him to be here, so the meeting was just opened to those present and the discussion upon the Rich Young Ruler proved to be very interesting On next Sunday and instructive. afternoon the subject for the meeting will be "Three Hard Questions." As usual the speaker will not be announced till the meeting, so do not miss it or the one you desire to hear will be the speaker. Every man and boy is invited to come out to this Instantly by I'istol Uniting Shot Fired by Iingenc Holmes Popular Young Society Members. At 8.30 o'clock last night, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lam, parents of the bride, Rev. Win. J. Mahoncy conducted the ceremony uniting in wedlock Miss Mamie Lam and Mr. Hubert Meredith. The bride wore a white satin gown with chiffon overdress, trimmings of seed pearls and Dutchess lace. The parlor was decorated with smilax in bowers, strings and festoons, and and perfumed with pink LaFrancc roses. The wedding was witnessed by the members of the family and the persons who assisted in the reception which followed. From y until 12 o'clock the home was filled by the friends of the bridal pair, and the reception was one of the most enjoyable of the season's functions. The dining room was decorated in smilax, pink and white Refreshments were sweet peas. served, French bisque, ices, cakes and mints composing the menu. The room containing the bridal presents was a center of attraction, and the many elegant rcmctnbrauces created much admiration and pleasing comment. The bride and groom left on the midnight train for the South, where they will visit various points of interest for two weeks, returning to their home here. d Sunday Morning. Muhlenberg has another killing to its long record, and whisky played a leading ptrt in the tragedy. At 12.-1- 5 o'clock last Sunday morning, on the railroad track just outside the city limits of Drakesboro Ed Scott, 32 years old, a miner, was shot through the heart and killed instantly by Eugene Holmes, 23 years old, a barber. There are many conflicting stories about the affair, but it is said that both men were drinking. At some previous times they had engaged in difficulties, which had come to blows, and in which Holmes had gotten the worst of it, as Scott was a powerful man, while Holmes is a rather light boy. Scott never carried a gun, depending upon his own prowess, supplemented by a club or brick, to carry hhn through all trouble. It is said that he had a brick when he met Holmes, and when old troubles were renewed Holmes shot at- once, the bullet penetrating the heart and causing instant death. Holmes surrendered and was brought here nnd lodged in jail. Scott's body was prepared for shipment and sent to his old home in Eldorado, 111., where interment was made Tuesday. Scott was a married man, with a wife and two children. Holmes is a single man. - HOME COMFORTS require the soft, clear, white electric light as Old Sol's evening extra and substitute. For reading, sewing or the easy abandon of reflection or conversation, electricity reduces the tax on sight and comfort following the loss of solar illumination to a minimum. Our electrical apparatus is the latest and best in the market, and we guarantee to fit you out at an under figure. meetiii'. A social and entertainment at the V. M. C. A. next Tuesday night is being planned, conducted by the l adies' Auxiliary. Invitations have been issued to each member of the Association, which entitles the member also to bring a friend, cither Some have lady or gentleman. asked about ad mission. There is no admission charge of any kind, it is a social and entertainment given and their for the membership friends. The invitation presented at the door will admit the bearer and a friend. If you do not want to miss something good you hud better plan to come and bring your friend to the social. The basket ball team journeyed over to Karlington last Friday and incidentally captured another victory by a score of 21 to 11. This makes a record of five games played and four of them won by the Greenville boys. Royal Baking Powder is made from pure grape cream of tartar, and is the embodiment of all the excellence possible to be attained in the highest class baking powder. Royal Baking Powder costs only a fair price-- and is more economical at its price than any other leavening agent, because of the superlative quality and absolute wholesomeness of the food it makes. Mixtures made in imitation of baking powders, but containing alum, are frequently distributed from door to door, or given away in grocery stores. Such mixtures arc dangerous to use in food. In England, France, Germany and some sections of the United States their sale is prohibited by law. Alum is a dangerous mineral acid, and all physicians condemn baking powders containing it. Greenville Lights Water Co. (I.NCOIU'OIUTCU) ' OHice Hours: 7.30 to 8 a. 11 1 111. Phone No. --'51. 4 to la a. 111. to l.liU p. m. to s'n. iu. There is now very much more daylight than a short while ago. Death ef Rev. Fred G. Jenes Drakesbors. at Meeting of Commercial Club. WASIITNGTON Farm Land Wanted. Thm taaal of alum baking powders must show tho ingredients READ THE LABEL I. C. R. R. LOCAL TIME CARD. NOnTU BOI ND. NO. IEJ Louisville Express 102 101 130 Cincinnati Express Loulsvlllf Limited Central City nrcom 11.2S.itn 1.51 ptn 4.08 nm 7.15 pm A section of farm land, 20 to 60 George Washington comes next, acres, located convenient to city; rcidy for cultivation; improved, or and Wednesday will be his day. unimproved; will pay reasonable We need some new, modern busi cash price. Address N. O. 21, care ness houses. They would rent at The Record, Greenville, Ky. fi6 once. The Record 50c. per year. SOUTH BOD.HU. Pmlucnh ami Cairo acconi MSnm 12,Jflpm Fulton Accommodation U)t Ng Orleans-Specia- l 3,fl) pm 103?. O. Spec. Louisville pasxr. W. O. Cr xv rwjiD, Agt "unc 5. 1010. 135 181 NO. Miscellaneous Your patronage solicited by Ford UrOS- Shower, at - Mrs. A. W. The Commercial Club mr t at the county judge's room Tuesday evening, and many minor matters were discussed. The next regu'.ir meeting, on Tuesday night, wilt be devoted largely to a conference v.ith a committee fromi the tobacco society, and plans will be discussed for the enlargement of our tobacco market here, which for the past fe zars has not been satisfactory on acc unt of the restricted buying forces represented, and as a consequence other points have been geuing a large share of the tobacco raised in this county, to the hurt offtftcoun ty interests.,.-. " stream. Break gently where the tread Of thousands press the hallowed sod . Above our greatest dead; Mount Vernon, Freedom's dearest shrine Guard well thy sacred trust. Locked in thy loyal heart of hearts Ye keep the Patriot's dust. see him glide among the huts -Thai dot the cheerless gorge The Joshua of a struggling band, The Man of Valley Forge; " " .it oocs us I wile Illumes 1 0 ripples of Potomac's Give us your job work. Vol. XIII. No. 1, of The Record. mur- Muhlenberg reports another der. All work guaranteed at Ford Bros. Good morning! ing coal yet? Arc you borrow- Not a vacant business house in town. That looks good. Needles for all sewing machines at Roark's. tfc are very likely one or two new enterprises here very soon. to-ha- Some carloads of stone have been spread at badly needed spots around town. Sec Miss Lena Arnold for bulbs of all sorts. The moving picture show is nightly attracting crowds tD the o.pcra house. Mr. Chas. Martin, of JSarlcs, lias Jicen here on business several (Jays cjuring the week. A fijll ljnc of gqrearts ancj ba)y parages at jtoar'k!s-- . spent Sunday apdt Tuesday aftprnpon in Dpkcs: jgrqj on professional lsifieas. Fires are growing in frequency. This may indicate that the city is growing, but we do not like the sign. Have Barkley Bros, repair your flues, and prevent a Hie loss. Pfien L. Roark Mrs. R. O. Pace, who has been confined to her home for sonic days, is much improved, and will soon be Telephone No 5 and your laundry out again. will be called for and delivered. Not aJ recipes in tjic Vajeiitine The roads may have been worse, to Mr. Hubert Meridcth occurred but no one now living can remem Wednesday night was the honor ber the lime. guest at a beautifully appointed miscellaneous shower on St. Valentine's Read the farm wanted ad. in this day. The members of the Embroidissue, and if you have anything to ery club were the hostesses of the offer, send letter in care of this afternoon at the home of Mrs. An office. drew Duncan, on Cherry street. Try the new meat market at the The heart idea was effectively carried out in a yellow color scheme. depot. The center piece, in the table deThe mails carried many tender corations was a gilt French basket, missives Tuesday, and there were filled with yellow tulips and ferns, also some Valentines of the caustic and bunched with yellow tulle. The condelabro was also hooded in yelorder sent. low shades. Miss Lam was showerLast Saturday was semi monthly ed with many very attractive gifts pay-daat the mines, but the draw from a fancy yellow umbrella. Many n guests were present. was light, as work has been slack out now for some weeks. Sweet clover seed; sow in with Sec Coombs & Co. before you wheat, rye or pastures, in March; with oats in April or harrow in by o 27 sell your beef hides. itself in April or May. Seed, $5 Bokhara Seed Business houses arc very scarce, measured bushel. Co., Falmouth, Ky. it and there arc some people who arc laying for an opening, so that they Alex McCIure Shoots Phil Jenkins. may engage in business. Last Thursday night about 10 o'clock Alex McCIure shot Phil Eggs for sale R. C. R. I. Reds, two pens, DeGrail and Tompkins Jenkins in the breast, puncturing strains, 75c. and $1 per setting. S. the right lung, and inflicting a wound that is considered very danJ. Landis, Greenville, K.y. gerous. Both are colored boys, The sunshine of Tuesday put ev and had been in previous trouble cfyonc jn better spirjts, and caused yih each other, it is said. Jenkins much talk of chicken raisjng, land was at his home, near the court cultivation, stock and cattle breed house, and it is said McCIure went there and knocked on the door, jng, and such things. and when .Jenkjns responded to the Iot drinks of all sorts now at jjnock, he was shot. McCIure esII ale's foijntajn. caped,, but in a few hours surrendered himself, and is in jail. Jenkins j. Mr. u. n lJuncan is here irom is in serious condition,' and pneuLouJsvHje, ancj wjll spend much o monia js feared as a complication. bjs titqe here for a few ninths, but still maintains his Louisville office, Later Jenkins died at 1 o'clock and will be there frequently. yesterday afternoon, and will be buried in Fairmount cemetery, in Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Duncan, Sr., the west end, at 2.30 o'clock this left Tuesday for Mineral Wells, Tc.., afternoon. where they will spend so'mc weeks in No matter what you waul in baby rest and recreation, and test the caniuges or catts, you can find it in medicinal values of the celebrated the large stock on display at Roark's. waters there. y ' J jbnrnuMiss Mamie Lam, 3 - L tars iiMf thfcklff lt& " iriday, Feb. 17, to buy mufts years old: must be fat. Eikwix & J. L. Morgan's Home Burns .ti who htiat his words resolve With him to do or die. The pilgrim comes from lands enslaved, Beyond the restless sea. To meditate where sleeps the man Who taught men io be free; The glitter of the sword he drew; Makes bright the world today, Ami hands unborn will crown its hilt With laural and with bay. He needs no granite shaft to tell Of glorious actions done; His monument? the freest land That lies beneath the sun! Today with swelling pride we seek The banquet board once marc, A nd drink to him whose fame is far Beyond Virginia's shore. He is not thine, Mount Vernon, though Upon thy sacred breast. Wrapped In the mantle Glory weaves, In peace he takes his rest; The voice of Liberty proclaims: "He is my honored son' And Fame with lofty pride proclaims: "The World's one Washington." T. C. Harbaugh Expressions of Gratitude. .ho V-- 4 12 n Curk. Saturday. resi- Mr. J. L. Morgan lost h: dence and much of its conti uis by a fire which was discovered about The 1.25 last Saturday morning. fire evidently originated from a flue in the kitchen, but the whole interior space over all the rooms was aflame before the fire showed on the outside. When the alarm was given there was a prompt response Ly the fire department, which did fine work, but could not save the build ing. Hundreds of people gathered, and every effort put forth to save the contents of the building, and much was sa ved, but of course in a damaged condition. Insurance of $1,200 was carried on the building and $300 on the contents, and this will leave a loss of at least $1,500, which falls very heavily on Mr. Morgan and his family. The Masonic lodge voted funds to the amount of $25 and appointed a committee to receive funds, and there has been a liberal response, which is highly appreciated, by the family.' It is Mr. Morgan's attention to rebuild as soon as possible. In the meantime the family is at home in the Lewis property, on North Cherry street. 1 extend our heartfelt thanks and gratitude to the neighbors and friends for their deep sympathy and kind assistance during the illness and death of our beloved mother, Mrs. Mary A. Richey. We most sincerely Mr. and Mu. S. Miller. NQT1.QE! All parties who are indebt- - w ed to the firm of R. Martin L & (2. are earnestly request- - w ed to call and make fujl set- - $ tlements as soon as dos- - P' sible, as we are compelled J heard' the Victor V have not talking machines, . t., tr if can at is.oart; s. 11 ufarsr you have head them, call again and Often they never grow tiresome. Large library of records and all Undo of talking machine supplies. ' M to collect all outstanding debts in order to make set-- j tlement with the R. Martin estate. r J tlTlV! O f " jjon. Willjam jennings Bryan will lecture at Madisonvitlc next Monday caustic were both suppressed from at 1.30 p. m., and there are several general gaze. persons from this place and vicinity who are planning to qo over to hear Roark has the largest line of him. chamber suites e'cr shown on this market, ranging from cheapest to Ladies' work a specialty. Ford Bros, high giades. Miss Anna Swain, of East Hampton, N. V., is expected here tomorrow, where she will spend some Ready to Settle for Tobacco Shipped days ou visit to her many telatives. to Liverpoal. She is en route to Rock, Kansas, where she will spend some weeks All panics having receipt! (of t,hat, was in the 100$ nool at Mrs. J. L. Rogers will give a visiting hci parents, Mr. and Mrs. Greenville, will be paid ballance on miscellaneous shower at her home Arthur Swain. their tobacco by calling at the Muhthis afternoon, and all the ladies of r Work In the eo.il mines is very lenberg County Savings Bank in toyn have boon invited. Mrs. jjc J. L. Morgan will be the honor slack now, and the outlook until Greenville, and produce receipts for Last such tobacco as they have in said guest, and her many friends will next fall is not encouraging. show their appreciation of the heavy summer work was better than ever 1908 pool. It has taken considerloss which the family sustained in known here, almost full time being able time since sales were made to enjoyed, but there were strikes on mal;e the necessary calculations and the fire Saturday. in Indiana, Illinois, Pennsylvania have same varified, hope all will be Take your beef hides to J. E. and other slates, which made a pleased with settlement. Coombs & Co. and get the cash. heavy demand for Kentucky coal. J. F. Doss, Chm. 11 - Rev. Fred G. Jones, aged 53 Perhaps you had not thought of it, but a worm rail fence is a grow- years, died of tuberculosis of the throat at his home at Drakesboro, ing curiosity. at 1.30 p. m., Monday, February Club pressing rates $1 per month 13. For many weeks he had been at Ford IJros. confined to his home, and had been in a serious condition for several Farmers arc able to plow uplands, days, his death being constantly and many of them arc improving feared. His family and friends the opportunity this week. were constantly at his bedside, rendering every aid and comfort posAttend the Commercial Club meet- sible. Deceased was born in Enging next Tuesday night and help in land, and spent his childhood there, the tobacco market movement. coming to this country when he was He secured a liberal, 15 years old. Get wallpaper at Roark's at lower price education, and took special studies than you have ever known. to prepare him for the ministry, in Mr. Sam Newman and family left which fieldJie actively s;cat-most- -of the years of his life, and he was Tuesday for Harrison) Ark., near which point they expect to locate. widely known and generally beloved, on account of his many noble Eggs were quoted at 11c. per traits of character. He had lived dozen here yesterday, the lowest in this county more than 17 years, that has bcen known here for two and was in active church work up years. to the last, serving as pastor of his church at Drakesboro and other Get potted plants and cut flowers points, and doing considerable work from Miss Lena Arnold. with his pen. His wife, four sons and a daughter survive, and in their Mr. Carlisle Kirkpatrick and bride great loss they are joined by many returned here last Sunday, after a friends far and near. The body tour of two weeks through the South, will be brought here for interment, where principal points of interest which will occur at 1.30 o'clock were visited. this afternoon in Evergreen cemetery. The county has lost an exGreenville V. M. C. A. team beat cellent man, and his place will be. the Central City team at basket ball hard to fill. at the building here Tuesday night in a score of 34 to 17. There was Miss Daisy James, who has a large crowd present, and quite a her vacation here with her delegation came over from Central home folks, left Tuesday for St. City. Louis, where she will spend two J. E. Coombs & Co. buy beef weeks on the market, selecting goods and studying the millinery styles for hides. Highest cash price. spring and summer, preparatory to Mr. J. G. Chatham is having his resuming her position in one of the--, building repaired of the damage in- leading stores there as head trimmer flicted by the recent fire, and it will A Bissell carpel sweeper wilS soon again be ready for occupancy by Mr. L. H.u.mm.ch who will open last longer than 40 corn brooms with an. exclusive new stock, having costing from $12 to $15; the sweep-e- ss sold his damaged stock out as. a cost $3 to $5.75. See thera a whole this week to a Hapkinsville Roark's, and have other advantages--thaconcern.. the money-savin- g features explained. Mrs. Minerva Sweeney, one of the well knpwn residents of her There have been, raonc acres off section, and a woman of excellent land cleared in Muhlenberg thrcs characteristics, died at her home winter, perhaps, than ever before, near Greenbrier church at a. and there has undoubtedly been m. last Saturday, from a complicamore fencing placed than in any tion of ailments, and was buried season. Unless we should have a Sunday afternoon in the family stock law, thus saving vast expense,, graveyard on the farm. it will not be many years until there will be practically no land laying; Save your home by having your open. flues repaired. Barkley Bros, do this work in best manner. An observer declare that birds oP all kinds are increasing, and is gladl Mr. Clair DeWitt and sister, Miss of the fact. le says that farmers-havLelia, icturned this week from Florat last learned that the birds ida, where they spent the winter. are their best friends, as they daily Mr. DeWitt has b.ecn. engaged as destroy thousands of harmful in.-i,n s,oinc of tho winter resort clerk sects, bugs and worms, and pay hotels. Miss DeWitt has been dotheir board at a fancy rato. ior the ing lyceum work, and in her readsmall amount of frvu and grain ings has pleased in every respect. that they consu&. So they their sons the practice 06 Miss Maude McPherson and Mr. going gunning for the feathered W. 11. l.ivins were married iu the parlor at the Old Inn at 3.30 p. m. tribe. on the 8th. inst., a tew friends wit75 Bask ftvk & Sata nessing the ceremony, which was performed by Rev. G. B. McDonHa'e. 5 good, mine mules, runald. Both are popular young fols, ning from 48 to 52 inches; prices. and have many friend who are ex- $75 to $110. All guaranteed. Rich.-a-rd tending best wishes. Leavell, Hopkins.vi.lleJUKy: 1 been-spendin- vo Fimiture, W&Jlp&wper, Shades, Moldings. Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper, Slippers, Gracve Vavxlts. Disinfection RO ARK GOOD Stockman WATERING TANK. of WORTH They Make OF GOOD SCHOOLS. GIVE NATURE A CHANCE. The rtronncrt minds havo g.tten tholr Inspiration duvet from Xiaiure. IsaUtro L thi irrvat teacher of mankind. Wo nn lock to Nature for all our needs. In war tho stir- tho recent geots of tho Japanon navy and army discovered tliat wounds would heal mora rapidly and with hotter success if left to Nature. Thcjr wiuihod tho wound with water which had been boiled and thus sterilized then bendaj(d the rounds with clean lhicn no powcriui drugs or rntiseptic:! wcr used In their first aid to the injured. Ssic:i netnoas resumed in out ot fiftj men treated the lossrf on'y I t u their wounds. hi a novrl I. er.K Iro-- .i lu'i f cf nff'-- r t Nature's ono tlmo 1.:- that l k : f.ic.: i:on, irnnuri (r :.r.Dt:nr system. lor I r:. ft r :' a" ; i.i Kiture'.t laboratory O? - rvRitd.c!vj ii tho im grant woods whom are Many Anvrkan planus, mo roois oi Mi v.lun Honor! t .rated T."i!l cup-pl- y 1 - 8uggts Ic One Concrete That Srvieaulc and Durable. Out tiling necessary on n well regulated farm Is n good watering tank for the stock. Many fnrnicrs ma no judgment nml build their tallies of wood, xr.rt In a short tlmo they find thorn almost useless nnri ro compelled to p. to the expanse of building other. one. Kiakiujj the propnshlon a Now. us this Is exiienshe, why not construct one f concrete? It can Iw had nt smnll rout nml Is very durable Id nil hinds of went her. A well known stockman gives the following Information regarding the con co-.t- ly Educate the Country Boy nu Fsrm Life Interesting. All over the United States there has been a gradual educational awakening The people are in rural communities. beginning to realize that It tliey would keep their children on he (arms. If they would preare them adequately foi the struggle ot life, they must give them an education that will lit them to compete socially and commercially with their brothers and sisters of the cities. Already too many ot our children, discouraged by the narrow life and lack ot educational opportunities tti the country, have exchanged their farms for a stool behind a bookkeeper's desk or a yardstick behind a counter, while the Ileitis and pastures that should have been their heritage bring In money for the truck gardener from the city, who possesses what the country bred boy lacked -- an education that enables him to gain quick and sure returns from the soil and to dispose of them to the best advantage nt Country chll- the nearby markets. I &)f Our Name has been before the public for 30 years, most of the time right on the spot where we are now located. Our Aim 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. n .Ml.'' 1 " ri:a-dpw- :i - veau a.TJ a lhv Mclti v.ho had pratilee among the aOllcted irom tne usiiri i.:n..i a striu t ! Is confreiYs ia medicine he net hods ( f went rrir! to Aatliro tor tho cure Ot disorders v. hlch resulted thoro rtonu-o if ten In r.n r.ncnilc condition, or llno.lt lts f annetltft. lalo or I'.lr.'.iily tl.ia. lco!:'i cf lassitndo and wra'iners. llo f.nuul that tho bark of the root of Un the Uku'c C hei r a hrr.lth-givl- r ton!?. r.n extensive : ucp-.rtu- rc 4. m SL Ini-m- 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. ' Sw , Mandrak A 1IOUJO CONVItKTK WATKItlXO TANK. nt met ion of a round concrete tank: It s can le made any wlxe desired. Is easily built and most aatlsfactory. as can surround It and drink wit limit troubling one another. To build such a tank one. simply sets a stick, or, better, an Iron bar or u piece of pipe. In the earth at the center of the place the tank Is to be; the part that makes the form round should be wired. This forming piece is like a gate; it Is half ns long as the tank Is to be iuside. aud Its outer end slopes In a curve as the builder wishes to have the shape of the tank. Then sand, earth or clay Is piled up about the circle, and the form Is swung around, and Its edge cuts off the leaving the form dually as round niul smooth ns the iuside of a liowl. This may be plastered with cement and sand; then concrete is thrown against It to make a wall sis Inches or eight inches thick, with a heavy re enforcement alMMit the upper edge a s of an inch In dienble ameter or a rod bout to shape. The whole may be accontplishpd In a day if all goos well. sur-lluthroe-quarter- MODEL COUNTHT SCHOOrjtlOUSR. Cottage Cheese. at 70 to SO degrees. Mmsura out nnre hydrochloric acitl orspecifle gravity 1.20 at the rate of ten ounces for a hundred pounds of Dilute with ten times Its milk. weight of cold water and add to milk gradually, stirring the milk constantly while the acid is being added. Continue the stirring until the curd separates completely, leaving a clear whey The entirely free from mllkinesH. whey is then removed from the curd and the operation completed, as before. In order (o get the proper flavor It will be necessary to mix with the curd some sour, thick milk or cream. The method does not give as satisfactory results as the others described. Klavor'and texture are the most Important qualities In cottage cheese. The flavor should be that of mildly aour milk or well ripened cream. Tltero should be an entire alsence of all objectionable flavor, such as bitter taste, stable flavor, etc. If the cheese tastes too sour It Is usually due to keeping too much whey In the curd. The use of a starter Is apt to insure the right kind of flavor. The texture of cottage cheese Is largely dependent on the amount of moisture in the cheese. When the percentage of moisture Is much below 70 the cheese The is harsh, dry and sawdust-like- . right texture of cottage choose is smooth and free from grlttlness. Making Good Llnvo tho milk Proper Way to Veal Calves. Calves that are to be.vealed should receive whole milk for at least two or tlirue wooks. It may seem a little ex pensive to feed whole milk for so long :t period, but we lHilieve that if the calves are to be vealed at all it pays to fdllow this system rather than to raise them entirely upon skimmllk. The tirst three or four days the milk from lbs mother is not fit for other purjwses except to use for her calf. If account is kept of all the whole milk used ft will be found that it will not amount to a great deal Gradually changing at the end of the second or third week to skimmllk aud permitting the calf to eat all the dry grnlu and mixing a little blood maul in thu skimmllk is probably as good a practice as any to follow. onemsal For Hofjs. Uocauso of tho variability of tho phosphorus content of different feeds and of different soils and of the water of different localities there Is no better way to feed bonomeal than to put it Into a trough and set this where the pigs can have free accoss to it at all times. P.onomcal. however, should not bf fed as iho only mineral sub stance. The pig should also havo salt, air slaked lltae. charcoal ami inird- wood ashes. These may nil lie fed the same as specified for boncmenl namelr. senaratelv in a trouch or in different parts of the same trough. The pig can then help himself to the desirable quantity of the various Ingredients that his inotnbolism calls for. Rustling Ability of Milk Gscts. The milk goats, like all gouts, can muke a living on brushy and hilly luud where most all other animals would starve. They are very bone fie la I to land In cleauing it of v.d-- . fmrouts ami brush. They cannot eu dure low. wet land, but thrive perfect ly on rough and hilly hind. Those rrlvhisr milk should bo fed on grass. fodder and wheat brau but no g vin any Kind. . dren, as a rule, are anxious to learn; they enjoy school and don't mind bad Country communities havo weather. been very fortunate In securing good teachers, and there scents to prevail bond of love between teacher aud pupil that helps to make their studios Many rural districts have interesting. means of conveying scholars to and from school. The school building should bo well lighted, well heated, well ventilated The ml as attractive as possible. teachers should be acquainted with ml perfected In all newest methods. and In every way possible the children should be given the same advantages hat are showered on city children. .Most rural schools are poorly lighted. 1'heir stoves throw out so little heat that only those who are so fortunate sit near can manage to keep warm, while others shiver all day and rt.!e home chilled, frequently with sc ions results. Towns should make It a prnctlre to let the children have every advantage of education. o -- MUNICIPAL NEATNESS. Cleanliness Is a Valuable Asset to the Town's Progress. After keeping up a tirade for many years against the billboard nulsauce It Is very pleasant to note In numerous towns that some drastic measures have leeu taken looking to the curtail ment of this most offensive eyesore. The vacant lot is another problem, Ash with or without the billboard. heaps, piles of tin cans, broken dishes, balling wire, old bed springs, brokou carts and perambulators, bottles with out number and castoff slices are n few of the decorations uoled in vncant lots of some of our towns. Nentuuss Is Indicative of cleanliness Just as surely in the case of a municipality as While It may cost with individuals. a little to secure this cleauilness, the cost of maintenance of a high stand ard would be very little, and'assur- aucp of such desirable coudltiotis could be brought about by the passage and enforcement of suitable ordinances. Neatness has its own reward, for. aside from Improved appearances, a decided menace to health Is removed. The value of cleanliness to the city beautl ful movement Is simply incalculable Beautiful surroundings have a decided effect upon the character of our lives. Clean characters come only from clean conditions and clean surroundings That town is not a desirable place of residence in which many evidences are scon of slovenly municipal housekeep ing. Uticleaullness is not a valuable asset to a towu's progress. Women Construct Sidewalks A novel town Improvement has boon started In the Glen Park district In California ia which the veotnen of that tho iiA'of rlvcoriuo.mado tho lMt alterat..nlc. Iho refreshing influence tive rf this extract i3 at once apparent In tho recovered strength of tho mtie.nt tho itnl lire.i rf tho body burn brighter and the r I.iere.i:seu r.etivity coiisuines tho tlsun rubbish which otl:erwlso may jxiivi tho fystom. This alteratlvo and Iwn found to stand tonic. ftr.-.r-t rlono r a t U invigorating trnic, as It does not depend on aiiHihol for a falso : thmiHtion. but. i.i Xatitrc' mm method c( htn'ti.Tth'MiIng and cleansing the sys up the stouiacii and llio tem. U tones h(x In Nature's own way. It h woll known all over the world ns Dr. IMcrco's Tho namo Golden Medical Discovery. was given to thh veuetablo coniiKiund ingrcdicnta because ono of tho important Such an was (Jolden Seal nxit. authority as Dr. ltolxrt3 Ilartholow, of Jefferson Medical College, says "very uso-fas a stomachic tonic. Cures catarrh of tho r.tomnch and headaches accompanying thu same." Dr. 15 rover Coe, in his book Organic Medicines, rpeaking of Golden Seal root, says that "as a liver luvlgorator it has J. iv rvurK" Further he says, "i:i chroni- -. inflammation of tho I'lndder wo deem it one of tlio most reliable agents of cure. As a tonic In tho of fevers, pneumonia, convaleschn dysentery and other acuta diseases Hydra itis (Golden fvul root) ii appropriate." Dr. Coo continue: rWo voukl hero add that our experience has demonstrated the Hydrastis or Golden Seal root to lw a valuablo remedy In bronchitis. laryngitis, and other affections cf tho respiratory organs." " Of sonw'co in chronic catarrh cf tho r.tomnch and boweh following abu?o of alcohol,' a tonic alter maiarinl rovor. mcc. lias a distinct, all catarrhal .condt 0V-lr. uterhio catarrh, leocovrue&a, c ;artivo agent in chxn3 dysi liolmrt A. Hare, M. D., Unlvawiiy tt Pennsylvania. Prof, .lolin Al. Scudder in Specific says: " It stimulates tho digestho assimilative processes, and :f food. Uy theso means ths blood tion is enriched, una this blood feeds tho nuscclar system. 1 raeni ion tho mus-ca- lt system Wnusi I believe it first fv's t'ao increased jxwer imparted by t'la stimulation if inereaswl nutrition, 'x'ha consequent improvement on tho r.r.vovj and glandular cy::tcn:3 nro ul ItloA-natiinci-ease- JMoodroot r nd Into a r ic:it iho. i;ui." not Queen's Hold n Peal root, & extract niado by root, 8? Si A A The J. L. ROARK Estate ORIEN L. ROARK, Manager & FURNITURE Estdtilislied 1879 Long Distance D Telephones: EALERS IREC TORS Home 108 Store 1l iiiiiitoetooo(Oi(isiaeiiocetititi((tii Greenville Livery Co. BARBOUR HEAD, Manager ESH5QE3 METAL SHINGLES and have never needed Laid 20 years ago arc as rood as new repairs. Think of it! .. What other roofing will last as long and look as well? They're fireproof, stormproof, and very easily laid. They can be laid right over wood shinglc3, if necessary, without creating dirt or inconvenience. x For prices and other detailed information apply U to-d- f a FIRST CLASS LIVERY SERVICE HIGH d. M. DEXTER & (0. Greenville, Ky. r.itun:I lftulta. l:i relation ta Hj general effects cn I'jo ryclen. tiirrts it vo mcllciuc in hjc r bo'.'i iril;)i there ts audi amend iuittu-:nlof opinion. It ii vnlvcr.;all-- i C3 the tonic useful i.i nil ttalcj." A fur nan year- rf study and laboratory work Dr. 15. V. Tierco produced Iho nort happj combination cf thU Golden I?rcl i;xt wit'i other efiicaclouj rnd Increasing in cura-tiv- o ti chom-ijallp'.-- GRADE CLOSED CARRIAGES Feed' and hitch business solicited, A New Newspaper A New Newspaper, the and given careful attention Daj' orNight Telephone No. 1S2 power theso native planU from our y American forest l by tho addition of plycerino, t f proper strougth. both whk'i ii fr.r Kttv.r t!irn tho inedi-t!:- ir f.r c ::tract:::7 a::d o :nlo3 resting in Har.U. lt'!f l ; ireful 1 inedliino to suh-t'.inilanr,atl.,n crd by c'eaniiig tho tf tho stomech c f Rbnormtl aids In tho c:to of dy pepsia, and stonach ainl hitefiiiual troubles. Tho People's Common Sense Medical Adviser, 1003 pages, is sent frw.ou receipt mailing only. cf stamps, to pay rtamps for the book in JJonil '21 jaiKr covers, or ?l stamps for tho volume. Addnss l)r. 11. V. Plorco, C03 2lxlu Street, Uuffalo, N. Y. prr-rvin1 Glyc-crin1 rac.'-jtion- s ono-cecloth-l)oii- "in IB M !, S " Edited and published by R. O, Pace at Greenville, made its appearance HOE CZ30EZDC HOE DO APRIL lQlO ecting Wail Paper n 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. SOME OF ITS FEATURES All home print all the home news Republican in politics, but fair to everybody Devoted to the county's social, moral, educational, indus 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 The Registered POLAND-CHIN- A BOAR, NOXAL WONDER No. 74,50?, sire Perfect Wonder, dam QUEEN QUALITY, section take a prominent part. The women are engaged In. a successful sidewalk crusade, having for its ob ject the laying of cement sidewalks throughout the district. They havo contracted with a rock dealer, a member of tho local Improvement club, for the necessary material for the purpose at half the usual price. A teamster, also a member of the association, hauls their material nt a little over half the usual price, and a sidewalk builder Is engaged to supervise the work and see that It Is doue properly. The labor Itself Is done by the women and children of the neighborhood, who crush and pound the rock into place, pull up the forms, relay them, ride with the teamsters and assist in loading and unloading the wagons. Their tuothod of procedure brings the cost of their sidewalks considerably below the regular price. Irnprevcir.cnt Hints. Keep the sidewalks clean In front of well dressed show wludows. An ounce of enterprise is worth a ton of brag when town Improvement is at stake See that your lawn Is well cropped Is kept In repair and aud the feti'-we.M painted. Plant Mowers and trees. Wherever the ground shows hare plant sonie-tus or tea lu'lt. a fine individual, from a perfect strain of prize winners, is now in service, at $i.oo, cash in hand only The patronage of the public is solicited. J. 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