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GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1911. Muhlenberg County I is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clay, etc, and the most inviting field in Ken-- 5 ucky for investment of capital and pluck. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE VOL. XIII. NO. 2. J . Reciprocity and tlic Farmer. i si. . :frr. 4 4-- .... v I The American farmer may be a little bewildered at this moment, lie is being assured on the one hand by numerous politicians, most of whom care more for his vote than his welfare, that the reciprocity agreement with Canada will ruin him. Other men, among them such old and stanch friends as Secretary Wilson, arc assuring him that not only can it do him no harm but that it will be of service to him in that it will give him a better market for some of the things he produces and cheapen the price of some he has to buy. Fortunately, the farmer is in a position to consider the question dispassionately, lie has bscn dowell for several years. ing remarkably He is not worrying where the money is to come from to pay the interest on his mortgage. lie has paid it off and has money in bank. It should be an easy matter to convince the average American wheat grower that the free admission of Canadian wheat cannot injure and may benefit him. If he docs not know that the price of wheat for the world is fixed at Liverpool he cannot have read The Tribune closely dur ing the last forty years. "The price would not be affected by the free admission of Canadian grain. There would simply be a more extensive American interchange of wheat. millers would buy more Canadian hard wheat foi mixing purposes, and Canadian millers would bin more American soft wheat. Last year Canada took a million dollars' worth of wheat of the United States. But for the Canadian duty, which it is proposed to repeal, more would have been taken. The reciprocal removal of duties would make a broader and steadier market for both countries. There would be no more attempts to run a wheat corner in Chicago. The most daring speculator would regard it as when too dekpeTatcV. tindcrtaklu "Tie had '"tjie C.n.vi!n supply 16 reckon with. While the price of wheat would be steadied the value of farm lands would not be affected. That is a delusion which the president has made clean work of in his recent address. It happens occasionally that the Dakotas have a bad harvest year. That enables those who have saved their crops to get a higher price for If Canadian wheat their wheat. were let in free they would not get the higher price. The momentary advantage of a few men should not be allowed to outweigh the general gain to the farmers and the millers through reciprocity in wheat. Take other grains barley, oats, and buckwheat. The exports far exceed the imports. Therefore the farmer would have nothing to fear if the Canadian oroducts which cost as much to raise as his do were let in free. The malstcrs would buy more Canadian barley, because it answers better their special purpose, but the Canadians would buy more American barley. Both sets of con sumers would be benefited because there would be no duties to pay. Consider the farmer as a live stock raiser. The free admission of Can adian cattle and hogs cannot harm him. They can be fattened more cheaply and to better advantage here than in Canada. As President Taft says, "The farmer who has corn will have his raw material in abund ance, and will fatten them for the Chicago market at a profit." A word about. corn. It is, as the president says, the greatest crop we raise, while in Canada little is grown. So the American duty of 40 cents a hundred. pounds on corn meal is an absurdity. The American corn grower wants .1 better market for his corn and its products. The reciprocity agreement reduces the duties on corn meal and the Caua dians will cat more corn bread. How is it with the farmer as a fruit growci? The other day Speak cr Cannon said, "Ask the fruit grow crs of California what they arc go ing to do when Canadian fruits arc free." A California paper answers him thus: "They arc going to send enormous quantities of their green dried and canned fruits into the vast country that will be thrown open to them." The fruit growers of the south feel the same way 1'hosc of Michigan and New York need not be apprehensive of a flood of Canadian fruits. They will send more to the dominion than the Can adians will to the United States, and they will get higher instead of lower prices. Nor need the farmer, even though he live near the Canadian boundary, fear an invasion of Canadian vege tables and poultry. The consumptive capacity of the Amcrjcan cities is urcat and is becoming greater. It will take care of any surplus Canada may have. There will be, however, a new and profitable mnrkct in the dominion for early Montreal, American vegetables. Ottawa, and Quebec need them. Here and there, now and then, an individual farmer will make a little less, because of reciprocity, but the farmers taken as a whole would be gainers as producers. rhcy would get no less for any of their crops; they wculd get more for sonic. Now, how would the) stand as consumers? The president iiavc some valuable information on that point in his Springfield address. flic farmers arc .consumers of lum ber and shingles. The reciprocity agreement would cheapen both of them. They have been complain ing of the high cost of those articles for some years. Now is the time to bring down the price. The farmers cannot question cither the intelligence, the sincerity, or the genuine friendship for them of such men as President Taft and They have ev Secretary Wilson. ery reason to doubt the sincerity and friendship of the men who are seeking to make them believe that the Canadian farmer who pays as high wages as they do, lives as well as they do, and is as fond of getting good prices as they arc would undersell and ruin them. Docs the farmer who has left Illinois?, Iowa, qr. Minnesota to settle in Canada become straightwny a formidable guus. frorn .competitor Must neighbors need protection? his products, harmless when he raised them in one of those states, be barred out by a tariff wall in order to save the American farmer The farmer need from beggar)? not go to the demagogical politician for an answer. His own common sense will give him one. Chicago Vribunc. rt Starr Nriufi ware-roo- DR. J. DE prices. W. IS BARLOW, T I S X. at reasonable Furniture, Moldings, Wall Paper We carry on our floors and in our Crown mid Bridge Work Jone OOlue up HtulrH, iu the largest variety of Furniture in Muhlenberg. If we do not have what you want, we will get it for you. We have factory connections with makers of the finest goods in the country, and through "Our Special Order Department" can supply any exclusive articles at less prices than city stores or mail order houses. Our Picture and Room Molding-stock- s are always complete. Wallpaper is now a staple article of merchandise, being used all the year 'round, ind we always have full selections, prices cents and up per roll. -- the Jones Untitling. Greenville, Ky. i FOR COUGHS KING OF CURES THE WONDER WORKER FOR GOLDS DR. I. J. SLATON, miynlclnu nnci Burgeon. OMccMntu-cross street near Malustreet. WADE 16 CAM HOWARD. II. GRAY. THROAT j HOWARD & GRAY, DR. KING'S I LUNGS LAWYERS. Office In Grrrn Bolldlnj. opposite LaMcade Hotel. j DBS. 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Everyone should have a telephone. You arc connected with all outside important points in local connections with all residences and business hous es. For any information call man ager, Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Incorporated. 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 canhelp you. VICTOR PRICES SAME EVERYWHERE . PERSONAL SERVICE HERE ' Decorator. : I hlo slgnaturo . Is on every box of tho geupim e Tablet Jie remedy that curs a cold In oae Ua Laxative Bromo-Quinin- Telephone No. 254, See the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Roark's. Heavy SMriB gtfDE KALB.ILlJ KANSAS Fence CITY. .TO PRICES Co. MO. 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Sample Copy Free. nam! eriain 8 nent White Sewing Machines, in is all that is needed and it is certain to give quick relief. Give it rotary and vibrator; needles, a trial and see for yourself how quickly it relieves the pain and shuttles, etc. in stock for all coreness. Price 25c; large size, 50c, machines. ROARK'S STORE. tecial , Pies, i RoarK's mimmmmmmmmmammmmV3mmx&r-j- r E Aii RECORD. nr Ouien L. Koauk, Secretary. Independent Newspaper. runi.iKtiEu TiumsuATrt QV ?f CORD PRESS, ItlCIt, Aids Nature Some Side Lights jrct j The Old Railroad Bonds j ROTHliRT J DV OTTO A. J tisstic-rcpairinmuscle-making 1 President. OlCIKM Tv. & 0$ e.i 2 He held on for a number of For nearly forty years one of the away Telephone, No. 72. leading political and financial topics years, paid his taxes, and, shortly OMIce In nw annex rear of store, ground floor. of discussion in Muhlenberg was the after the bonds were compromised, question of the Muhlenberg county-- sold his place for $5,000. YEAR. IN ADVANCE. 50 OTS Some idea of the displeasure railroad bonds; but it now seems that few matters of local importance aroused by the many unsuccessful TERMS. The Hubsorlptlon price of the purer Ik paya- arc more vague to the majority of attempts to compromise these un ble 1H utlvnnee, and when the time hns expired to vrhletl It Ih pnld, the paper will tie stopped. the younger citizens of today than marketable bonds, may be gained Qartlrt of thanks, obituary notloes, etc.. If not than ten lines, will It? published free. A the history and nature of this old from a speech delivered twenty-fivlonKor olin;e of 5?. pr line will It? made for MHceeed-Inf- r years ago and quoted in the MuhNo rariatlott of this rule to nnyop. subject. Inert. Free snmple copies will be mailed. 1 cannot lead you through the lenberg Sentinel on Sept. 16, 1910. Advertisement will be Inserted. A rate card will bo furnished on request. The following is a verbatim recomplicated history of these bonds, Address all communication and mnke nil re like many others, am not port of a speech made to the Infor I, KECOKD lMtESS, mtttancos payable to Greenville, Ky. thoroughly familiar with its intri- dependent Order of Taxpayers in cacies. I shall not attempt to write the year 1885 by Dan Gish, a well THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1911. an outline of this now settled ques- known and influential citizen, who Entered at the Greenville, Ky., poHtofllcc as tion, but shall here refer to a few of resides near Gishton. A copy of second-clasmatter. incidents bearing on the this unique and characteristic speech the many was furnished the Sentinel by subject. R. T. Johns; who was secreThe old railroad bonds vexed and worried the citizens of Muhlenberg tary of the meeting at the time it This speech was for many years. The original bonds was delivered. (400,000) weic issued in 1S68 to made just after "Uncle Dan," as he n 7iy DVACAA rt, SMITH was familiarly called, had returned aid in the construction of the and l'aducah R. R. now from Louisville where had been sent the I. C. Litigation and interest, for the purpose of finding if the PERT PARAGRAPHS. extending over a period of almost prominent bond holders there were thnt JT Isn't sunieltMil silvery every cloml forty years, ran the indebtedness inclined to favor a compromise on lining. The should have :i A large crowd the railroad debt. lining .should he well furnished with up to nearly a million dollars. pockets which should contain n goodly A few years ago, during Judge T. was present when the meeting was munher of golden shekels. Sparks' administration, this in called to order. "Uncle Dan" arose debtedness was compromised for and came forward to make his re At least a good kicker prevents $215,000, of which $25,000 was port, which was as follows: '(intlemcn: Those here feller whore made payable in 1905; $25,000 in and $85,000, is away off yander is a troinblin' in 910; $So,ooo, in 1915 thar booLs. When I wuz uj at Louisin 1920. ville, I wuz a talkin to some of them Before the election took place in and I wuz nxed the ques'ion: 'Do you 1868, in which the voters were to own any of them there Muhlenberg express their approval or disapprov- eounty rail road bonds'.' And sez I, I have any of nor al of a special tax, a number of men No,(.Jol outlier would the durned things.' And sez he: the county and encourrode over You had orter get you some bonds fer aged such a levy. They met with perteotion, for it is a jus' debt and had In a tew in- orter be paid.' And sez I: 4(!it from very little opposition. stances, however, some soliciters, here, liol durn you,' and I ronohed it is reported, were obliged to re- down and pieked tne up a briekbatand you had orter to have seed him a git. sort to peculiar methods. Now, gintleinen, I will tell you what The story is told that a certain this durned bond business is goin' to town-mawhile electioneering in determinate into. It is goin to deter the country, called on a friend of inmate into a hell of a law suit behis who was known to be one of the twixt the (Jol durned bond holder and the hell tired commissioners. s in that neighborhood. few One of the stipulations in the The two men met at the farmer's agreement with the railroad build pasture fence. After the usual salu-tiocrs was that the track should be "and remarks they climbed, laid so as to come Li.hin one niile philosoIt is a curious fact that the own side, to the top phy ihnt n- mnn works out- - by which each from his of the court house." m oruet to he measures other men never applies of the rail fence, sat down and be comply with this agreement, the to himself. gan to argue the railroad question, surveyors' were obliged to turn Physically both were llelns ahlc to boast often detracts pro and con. somewhat from a more direct course. from a man's ability to get there. "on the fence," but not mentally, The track was built "within a mile" for each was firm in his own conand at the same .time there were Tho Grand Old Easy Mark. viction regarding the railroad. The ultimate consumers some eighty feet to spare. An item Must be n hardy lot deplored the neg The town-mapublished in the Greenville Rucoko Or long ago they would have been lect of the wonderful resources in Too dead to grace the plot. on Oct. 6, 1010, cives a new ex They drift supinely with the utrcato the immediate vicinity; the forests, planation i'or try tho tide to stem. why the depot is so far And every one in passing lake the coal and the iron, none of which, from A crack or two at them. the heart of the town. unhe argued, could be developed "Last week a traveling limn made They go Into the butcher shop til a railroad was built. He, like lirccpville foi the first ti nie, and after To purcltHsc things to cat. says ocneath his breath, The butcher nearly all other citizens of the coun- some inquiries found the railroad was "Ah, hercs our easy meat!" lie loads them down with second cuts ty, felt convinced and therefore ar located almost a mile from the court Hilled ns the llrst and best gued that the railroad debt could be house and, of course, from the largest And coys, "Deposit what you hav. And you can owe the rest." part of the business section. The trav met without a very noticeable ineler immediately sought Mr. O. The grocer grins in ghoulish glc crease in the payment of tax. But Crawford, the courteous local I. C. As in Ills store they come. The coal man looks at thorn and sayf. the farmer insisted that as long as agent, and asked: "Why do vott not "Hello. Iny rugar plum!" The milkman comes before the dawn he could not see how nor when the have the station located up town'.'" And starts for them the day. railroad tax could be paid, he would Higlit otf the reel the iuquirer wjis night The gas man has It sod at given this response: "Well, we find it So be will get bis nay. be in favor of leaying the harvesting inore convenient tp have thy depot lo The ultimata consumer must of the resources alone and thus cated near the railroad." And con lie vigilant urn! strop? To Keep the wheels of commerce greased rather "bear those ills we have than trary to the anticipation of the listen And running right nlonsr. fly to others that we know not of." ers, who thought that the drummer Old Atlas uscd to hold tho world in pluce secure and trim. The railroad enthusiast, after might get 'peeved', he laughed and The ultimate consumer Jlnds said he supposed that, after all, it was The Job is up to him. having presented all his arguments, the best arrangement." notices a white heifer and a spotted No man could possibly have fore Hard to Plese. 'Money la a good thing to have calf that chanced to be grazing in seen the long and troublesome com nrotiud." his friend's pasture. The idea sud plications that followed the issuing "Yes, Indeed, uudcr certfrta civcum denly occurred to him that he might of these railroad bonds. When the stances." "Jirouojstancefi! Why. 1 should nev offer to pay all the farmer's railroad building of the road was first proer think of qualifying the conditions tax in exchange for these two young posed and considered, all progress of possessing It," So he made a proposition ive men were enthusiastically Oh. yes! It 13 necessary to have cattle. in plenty (of it or it is tnarely n exas to that effect and it was accepted. favor of the county helping carrypcraliou." Both men were equally satisfied with ing on the work. They realized that the agreement, altho' bQlf) Stjll held the development of Muhlenberg's decidedly opposite views on the agricultural and mineral resources 3 railroad question. and the degree of her enlightenment The white heifer and spotted calf depended upon such means of trans were brought to Greenville. The portation- A 11 iu parties wnu are Iinutrpu- - w fatted calf was killed tjje hejfer, as ft was an expensive battlp. But ed to the firm of R. Martin years roiled on, grew old and was if the construction of this railroad .. o. n it tx mj. are earnestly request-i finally sold and shipped away on the ed to call and make full set- - C E. & P. to a city market. This had not been encouraged, at that time, Muhlenberg might today, for ucmcnts as buuu as pus town-ma- n not only paid the farmer's all we know, be standing where she sible, as we are compelled railroad tax in the beginning, but fr frtllprf all nnfanHino V kept on paying every assessment stood before the road was started debts in order to make setand, it is said, he is doing so "even tlement with the R. Martin unto this day." estate. Another story is to the effect that R. MARTIN & CO. a certain farmer, prompted by fear and pessimisim, offered to give any man a thousand dollars who would, Fresh, smoked and salted meats in consideration of that amount, pay of all kinds at J. E. Coombs & Co': all this railroad tax on his farm o 20 market. . which he then valued at a thousand dollar?, Immediately after he had A Registered BOAR, Call on Leslie Hale, next to First made this offer public, a pumbcr of ISo. 7O0OJ. National Uank, for candies, books men showed their auxicty to close In service at .uo, due wjjen such a deal with him. The farmci smithies, cigdtt, tobacco, etc. seivice is rendered. J. L. Couml'j, .then considered the subject, and Greenville, Ky. Roark'e furniture polish is some alter c );ltle more "figuring" and a what better than the rest, and is sold little less v isAtinfrl withdrew bis You are invited to i iSpect the considerably cheaper, and vith the proposition, for he came to the eoa- money back if cJiisjoD that be might gain more by most complete kitchen cabinet on broadest guarantee not better than any you ever used hoidiog bis farm than by giving it the market. Roark. Long-Distan- Roakk, ISniTOK. m The success of Dr. Pierce's Golden Modioal Discovery in curing wook stomachs, wasted b:dic3, weak hint's, and obstinate nnd lingering cotijjhr., is based on (he recognition of the fundamental truth that "CJeldcn Mcdicul Discovery" supplies Nature with matcrialn, in condensed and concentrated form. With this help Nature supplies the necessary strength to the stomach tn digest food, build up the body end thereby throw off lincrinj obstinate coughs. The "Discovery" tho digestive and nutritive organs in sound health, purifies and enriches the blood, and nourishes the nerves in short establishes sound vigorous health. ;, MUHLENBERG COUNTY SAVINGS BANK Greenville, Ky, Ft 7 ycur dealer offers somcthtwj " )ust no ood," Is prohnhfv better i7Oft Iltb-i- t paya better. Hut you nra thlnfcin; of the cure not the profit, so there's nothing ' J:tst occ" for you. 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Greenville, Kentucky A BONDS CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE. n, dollar saved is two made, so have your clothes made at home, by tailors. Wc save you no less than Sio ON EACH SUIT We also do cleaning and pressing. you buy from us. Our club rate is 75c. per month. We guarantee all work satisfactory or money refunded. A trial is all wc ask. Telephone No. 16 2. 1 BLAGKWELL BRO'S i anti-levy- GREENVILLE, KY, -- cAg-A BLUE ); Mm 1 fllAKDl UKA3 nni rTk 1 n dpi mnn FEB. 1 tcLcMAIlUn 2128. otam The Greatest Rose Novelty of the Century Scittl for Dcscrlptlon anil Price ' ROSE-J- x - list The Rcw Ross (VWet Hue) Hailed by the Rese Growers as tlic Forcrsiwer oYthc Crn- fioHcr Blue Rase. Ycry Yl$sir- ous and hardy, Free Bkxwnlfl NEW ORLEANS, JOHN E. RACKEBRANDT Oi'CcnhoiiscH Princeton, n Dates of sales February 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, and 27. V. G. Crawford, Agent. Return limit, March 11. PARE $13.75 a m 9tiaitttllOOt9tM(lllltllll(IOtl(tl THE S EASON IS HERE FOR YO OR STOCK PRINTING 11 FEBRUARY BARGAINS DAILY ! ! Courier -- Journal At One-hal- f Price I 0 We are prepared for your printing, j -- If you will bring or send us your subscription dining the month of Februaiy we will send jrou j Satisfaction and quick service our motto. : 1 S NOTICBJ 1 J-- ube ONE YEAR and THE Give us a RECORD trial. Don't delay. 111 j : Job Printing Department. : r DAILY OUR NO Mi FROST PS00F CABBAGE PLANTS GUARANTEED TO SATISFY CUSTOMERS PROM THE ORIGINAL CABBAGE PLANT GROWERS. FOUR MONTHS Luoky Chief For Only $1.50 Or this paper ONE YEAR nnd DAILY COURIER. JOURNAL Eight Months for Subscriptions received at this price only during the month of February 1 $2.50 EA)U. JUUEY WAKCf ISLD. CJUEIMTIOI lR"ETr - .L i AtOl "T A TKCCKJUt, l.l.r SHOUT STirMMMl AT ULTl'H TRADE MARK COPYMICHTEO 2i POLAND-CHIN- The State and National Campaigns arc opening and you want to keep posted on political events. Read the CQyrf icrjQuriijal ccjitcjnalg. And Mr. Watterson's letters ,from Europe will be interesting Subscription orders under this offer must NOT be sent to the CouricrJournal, but to yr Established 1 862. Paid In Capital Stock $30,000.00 Wo PLANTS In SW. Now UitToorer twenty thousand Mtln?il FROST Vc cutomrr.rwt'u riitarownam! x)IJ ranre cabha-- plants than all oihcr the Soultivrn iiiut cstra carl cabbage, ajidthey atq Um ones units qtnw.-nd- . wiivj oaujo onrpi.intr to set l'l. ao or woscna or ninnrv iwick. urneraow; ui yoar section . r j t4lmvp-MUoi(tiiit- l;ae Writ.- - f ir frfocataloc oj ffift-prxcnnialntnc ilniM ITo. matlim n not, t fruit and vevtnble Jn lot a .f flo ? .oo: 1000 to Kvo $1 '.0 ior tho'jnnd: SKO to $LC0 tcr tbimihnd. t. o. U. Yoii-Island. Ourspiclal oaoret Fruit tn-- t. ami nrnvni-n- We sow fuf ;d r.intt in.m ihrso tons of Cabbaga Seed per season fcWullit.f. y. '. Wm. C. Geraty Co., IJox 373 Youges Island, S. C, i inti oftbclwrt mriotlea, 1'rlivs on l"iibb.irrinntr- per thousand; 10. W0 cad imr rata on rlcnt U very low. . Subscribe far Thz Record Only SOcl i1' A" S',W3'aJgll W.3K mjPrSm&lMJFJAl mjkfSJVVi ' mi Yi m - - n im i h irni n i iimiiib n n mm mm timmm i n Ti.m n ' J GEORGE WASHINGTON. Y. M. C. A. NOTES. The Humor of Railroad Bonds. This, the 22 day Since the railroad bonds have '1 he Ladies' Auxiliary gave a so of February, the been compromised, and we have entertainment for the membirthday of Wash- cial and realized that we are paying them bers of the Association and their off ington, w h o w a s without bankrupting the county, friends on last Tuesday evening that born 179 years ago. as was predicted by many persons, occasion. was a very enjoyable I know of no other there have come to be some humorThere were about 175 in attendance ous phases of the hard, dark times cro in the world's history that de to enjoy the very interesting proserves a greater eulogy than Wash- through which we passed while we gram arranged by the ladies which were being harassed over the various ngton. He has by his acts and was as follows: deeds blessed the world and has matters arising from these bonds. Instrumental Duett, Miss Grundy It will therefore be seen that Mr. gained that immortal characteristic and Miss Reynolds. Otto A. Rothcrt is opportune in his which will go ringing down the ages Vocal Solo, Miss Mary Taylor. article "Some Side Lights on the to come, first in war, first in peace Reading, Miss DcWitt. Pus" THE SILVERY MOON Old Railroad Bonds," which apand first in the hearts ot his counVocal Solo, Miss Maimic Hay. Altho he has slept with pears in this issue, and which will trymen. may furnish, light enough for Quartette, Misses Dexter and Hudofficial Government tests be read with much interest by all his comrades in the silence of death speth, Messrs. Thomas and Hay-delovers but not for practical peowho arc familiar with the olden mbalmcd with his country's tears be sliow Royal Baking Powder pleThe electric light is the and the winds of Heaven have swept times, as well as by those who arc absolutely and healthful Reading, Miss DeWitt. dirge around his with the matter. Mr. their mournful unfamiliar only perfect method of illuminbaking After the rendering of this pro- Rothcrt has written much about tomb for more than a century, but ating. We shall be glad to show should powder, and today his name is his nation's watch gram the guests wcic conducted to Muhlenberg, where he has land inyou how much better, safer, substitution prevent word and sounds like music in every the opera house and a little one act terests, and where spends considercleaner and really cheaper it is in its place. patriot's home; his spirit of genius, comedy entitled "Obstinacy," was able of his time with our people. than old style lighting in either the protection of human rights and presented by Miss Lillian Craig, During the past five years Mr. bisno your home, office, store or faq-tor- y. the expansion of national liberty, Miss Margaret Taylor and Mrs. Rothcrt has spent more or less time hot-breabe made cuit, cake and today warms, moves and nerves our Henderson and Messrs. Hardison, compiling the traditions and history delicious. so pure, healthful nation's heart, and millions of Amer Wells, and Anderson. The audience of Muhlenberg county. Much of ican patriots today would die in de applauded repeatedly and conse- his material has been printed in Greenville Light & Water-Co- . Royal Baking Powder costs only a fair price per pound, quently we infer that it was well T11 Rkcoui). These sketches, with fense of the departed heroes flag. and is cheaper and better at its price than any other baking (IMjonroitATEu) We shall notice but one instance received. others on which he is now working, powder in the world. It makes pure, clean, healthful food, Mr. T. N. Belcher gave an ex- will, in a year or two, be published of Washington's heroism, and we think that to be unparrallclcd in all cellent talk on the Three Hard Ques- in book form. Mr. Rothcrt will apRoyal Caok Book 800 Receipts Free. Send Name and Address, the chronicles of time. History has tions which the Jewish rulers put to preciate any information given him Olltou lluu i s: T.I'.O to S a. 111. to it; ii. in. immortalized 300 Spartans who at Christ. All those present were won- relative to any early people or events ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. to 1.30 p. 111. On of the county. l'hcrmopylac kept the gateway of derfully helped by his talk. will be glad to He t to 5 n. m. Phone No. 251. their country until all but one had next Sunday afternoon the subject look over any old letters, newsdied. The chivalrous devotion of will be "A Conspiracy." . This is paper clippings, etc , submitted to The Recokd 50c. per year. I. C. R. R. LOCAL TIME CARD. Napoleon's old guard, who at Water another important and iuteresting him and will return all such papers Merchants arc stocking up heavy loo made absolute verity of their subject and a fine leader has been to the lenders. New I. C. President. Mumps. watchword, "The old guard dies but secured to take charge of the meetMr. Rothcrt is also making a study on spring goods of all kinds. Mr. Charles H. Markham, the never surrenders," has filled the ing. All men and bo? jrc very of the remains of the Indians and Mumps, or parotitis, as the docNOnTH BOUND. A few robins were seen and heard world with wonder, and the song of cordially invited to fend these Moundbuildcrs in the county, and newly elected president of the I. C. tors, call it, because the parotid KO. They are gr wing in in- will be glad to have his attention railroad, who has been making a gland is the one to be affected is Iti Louisville Express '7611m hereabouts Inst week, but they have a Tennyson has thrilled the hearts meetings. U2 Cincinnati Express. ..LSI pin 104 Louisville LI in tel. ..4.0s am moved or kept very quiet this week. of all mankind with the story of the terest as the end of Christ's life is called to any mounds, Indian relics thorough inspection of the sonthern an extremely contagious, and a dis.. 7.15 pin 136 CeutrnlClly aecoui . But these events arc ncaring its close upon a'ih. Come or other evidences of prehistoric lines, passed through here on his agreeable but not at ail dangerous noble 600. SOUTH BOUND. KO. Dr. and Mrs. 1,. 1. Moore and today without living monuments, and bring some fellow nth you. men in Muhlenberg. Preparatory special train at 11.17 Tuesday mor disease. When it attacks children 135 r.nlueah ami Cairo aceom 5.15 am 121 Kiilton Accommodation .Mr. Cam Howard and wife attended and cannot equal the trying scene to writing on this subject he not ning, en route to Louisville, where the symptoms arc likely to be mild, The Bible class studying "Men 3.40 pm 101 New Orleans Special 103 N. O. Spec, t Louisville pasr. oulyj .l.SOnm the Bryan lecture in Madison villc of Washington in the struggle for Who Dared,' has only more les- only wishes to personally view the he spent some hours. The train the child playing round and making 1010. W. G. CnAwrono, Agt une 5. Monday. merican independence; when the sons. Every boy should ny to at various known mounds and examine was a very fine one, consisting of few complaints of discomfort. When leep dark coulds of despondency tend all of these as they arc missing the Indian relics that have been fivo coaches, and attracted much an adult is the victim, the symptoms Best work, prompt service: give hung heavily over an infant nation Banare likely to be much more severe. something worth while whn absent. found, but is also gathering Muh- attention all along the line. your laundry to Joe Morgan, who and when in the most trying time of lenberg county Indian relics for a ners along the sides of the coaches It is most frequently seen between On Friday night n the junior will appreciate your patronage. his country's life when hope seemed league basketball game ihe Buzzards collection of his own. The follow- bore the wording " President's Spec the ages of four and fourteen years. Give us your job work. to vanish; when the goddess of lib won a victory oyer the Eagles, score ing have presenteil him with one or ial," and many persons tnought Its great contagiousness is seen in There was no school yesterday, erty had veiled and bowed her head 31 to 8. The standing is now as more perfect specimens found in Prcsidrnt Taft was touring this sec- the fact that the infection may be Who said spring was here early? the teachers and pupils observing n despondency; when the American follows; tion. It is said the new I. C. official conveyed by a third person, the the county; the national holiday by taking a Eagle was struggling beneath the hayinc had no liersonal con Alvin Aiders, A. Jack Cornctt, head is a man t)f. great force and WOfi ER pENT Next Monday is county court day. rest. ion's paw and some of his comrades Owls Aut B. Cornett, Wm. L. Cornctt much experience, and has in con- tact with a sufferer from mumps. 6 6C6 ho were once his friends had de Eagles and family, Edward C. Cornett, templation many important improve- Cold, damp weather is favorable to Mr. James W. Oates heard Wm. 5 Give Joe Morgan your laundry. 500 serted and sought safety from his Buzzards Frank Creek, W. Brit Davis, Judge ments, particularly in the south. an epidemic, especially among peo Wm-vill- e Jenuings Bryan lecture int 3 355 ple who live in badlv ventilated and e command; when his congress had "Peach blooms caught t Monday, and still abou? frx. more Fleming, David H. Fleming, Nina There are only fled in fear and alarm; when he with iuGrcffn, rtrit.rt Hall, . Eggs for saleR. C R..K ActU, , stlIcep in stutTy bedrooms speaker the greategt man ; " re7 irtrrc. his Jjt'.le brid of patriots nv M. Jenkins, Will T. Jenkins, two pens, Deleft and Tompkins Those unfortunate people, mouth-strain- s, interesting md closcly.Vcontestcd. imos . 7gC and Sr per setting. S,.Urca;ber "m nereis jucencrai suortaecoi coai Homer Johnson, Club pressing rates per month chased apd pursued like wild animals The public is invited iojsec these Ether Johnson, who , rj aroundttown. W. S- - and To m C, Jonson, Calvin J. Landis, Greenville, Ky. by a powerful foej wjth h3 little, Friday njght games. ice for their physical wrong-doinat Ford Bros. Ii R d and half clothed army in so many ways, are. said to be and George McClellan, Will F. Mil There was a vaudeville show at There is a considerable amount of Mr. A. K. McCrackcn is in Earl- - hemmed and huddled on the banks Icr, Jesse Noffsinger, Jas. W. Oates, more likely to suffer from mumps If ) v'j have not the opera house last Saturday night, pneumonia all over the country. ngton and Mndisonville on busi of the Delaware on the night followheard Victor Ernest Stovall, Will L. Shannon, and some members of the audience than are those who breathe properly ness matters,, and will be absent ing the day held sacred and cele talking machines, Glenn H. Stivers, Brank Smith, persisted in hooting, hissing and talk- with closed lips, and ibis is very Needles Tor all sewing machines at some days. brated by all the Christian world as George, Tillie, probably tho fact. call at X, rk's. If Andrew Taylor, Roark's. ing to the actors, causing some exthe time when angels sang and shep Clyde and Burnicc Taylor, and Al Although it is. known that mumps; and pulsions so that the show miyht proMessrs. R. C. McCrapkpn and herd? watphed and the Redeemer of you have heard them, c.. aiin vin L. TaylorThe hunt for the straw hat and the must be caused by a germ, the parceed, F, Green were in Chicago several mankind was borr., then jt was that often; they never grow i.rcsome. linen duster has been interrupted. ticular germ has not yet been disIn Mr. Rothcrt's collection are Large Ijbrary of records and all lays last week, attending the nation the destjny of thjs nation and the covered. niachjne HPP!cs. jjlso a few ndjan reljcs bought by talking Mr. and Mrs. John Walton have . Mr. Groundhog is showing the al cement show, and report an inter glory qf J.he wojld hung on the en kinds of him from some of the local people The wo?d parotid is derived from the sympathy of friends in the loss esting visit. folks that he has some say about the When mid ergies of Washington. He will b.c glad to buy any good of ther gfl baby, born Tuesdaj'i the Greek, and means "near the Observed. Washington's Birthday weather yet. night silence had quieted homes and specimens from those who do not car." This gland begins near the Belle, the wife of IyUcjcn Martin, Mrs. W. G. Duncan, Jr., and care to contribute them to his col Interment was. mad,1 in ftvergrceo front of the ear and camps, the tatner ot nis country runs down the cemetery at o'clock yesterday See Coombs & Co. before you colored, died at her hon)c three stood on th,e bSPks. of Delaware, Mrs. A. W. Duncan entertained lection. lower jaw. When a person is "in morning, following a few remarks sell your beef hides. miles south of town last Friday even like 027 Caesar upon the Rubicon his th.ejf frienfls yesterday afternoon, at for mumps" the first symptoms may . at the grayesi.de by Rev. Wm. tig, of phneumonia, and was buried great heart swpljed ap"(l neryed for a Colonial Tea at the beautiful Louisville Auto Show. be a awclling in this gland, although Mrs. T. J. Morgan, of Norton-vlll- at Reynolds graveyard. Mahoney. the conquest of American liberty home of Mrs. A. W. Duncan. Mrs. in many" ses there are preliminary was here Saturday and Sunday, , and for the protection of the homes Koontz, Miss Jarvis, Mrs. Harry-Eavessymptr tch as a slight rise in vvisiting relatives. See Miss Lena Arnold for bulbs Hot drinks of all sorts now at Miss Grace Bohannon and of his countrymen superhuman and tempcrature7 with headache and a of all sorts. Hale's fountain. Then like Miss Brizcndinc assisted the ladies beyond comparison. feeling of general discomfort and Yesterday was Washington's birth-rdaMrs. ijcicner, xMiss who in receiving. illness. In this stage the diagnosis; and the banks all closed in Miss Anna Swain, who has, been Montgomery's bold Switzer Graham and Drakesboro have will be liberty," he Richardson, Mrs. W. R. Hender in doubt, but the doubt wilt of the event. here with relatives a week, lpavcs to cried. Ma)?e wav petitioned for a vote- - to provide in son served the guests in the dinjp.g The fourth annual Louisville crossed the cold apd ipy Delaware, soon be dissolved by pain and stiffs day for her old home in Rock, Kan Mrs. bharles Roark poured Automobile Show, which has de their respective communities Graded ncss localizing in and baby sas, where she will visit for a month encouraged and cheered only by the rooni. A full line of the angle 06 tbo Jcayen who lept their twink- tea. George and Martha Washing vclopcil into one of the chief auto Common Schools, and the County jaw below the car, accompanied, by carriages at Roark's. before returning to Kact Hampton, stars of ling light to 2de the faithful few to ton were represented by Dorothy mobile events of the South will be judge has ordered the elections held a swelling of the entire gland. N. Y. Dr. E. M. Bewley, of 1'enrod, was victory. At early morn the thunder-ing- s MjddJeton and Thelma IJarbce. helcj this year at the First Regiment on the same day, Saturday March In many cases the leit side is the; 1. It is predicted that the vote first to bo affected, last Friday, on a visit to friends here of his cannon were heard at Some very fine music and patriotic Armory in the Kentucky metropolis, Several carload shipments of lum the right si.de. will favor the schools, as there is and attending to buisncss matlerc. ber, buggies, farming implements, Trenton, then at Princeton. The speeches were rendered from the the dates chosen being March following in from twenty-fou- r to. V4ctrola. The house was tastefully The show will enjoy the best exhibi much interest in the matter in both thirty-siwire, and the like, have made very morning star of empires arose in the hours. B,y this time thfc Mrs. Jennie E. Roark and Miss with the Wash tion hall in the country, the Colise sections. sufferer is not only in. a state of con-- , busy times around the depot for the brightness above the Western horiz- decorated in keeping Anna Swain were in South Carrollton ington birthday anniversary. Beau um at Chicago not e.ccptpdi and siderablc discomfort, but is also past several days,, and teamsters on never to go down, and the name Tuesday aud yesterday with relat at Ohc rather comically disfigured by the of Washington stamped forever on tiful cut flowers adorned the dining the display is expected to be in The Daily Courier-Journhave been thick. ives. Miss Anna L. Swain, of elusive. Fifty thousand square feet the memories of American citizens. room. Half Price. tremendous swelling of the lowcir East Hampton, N. Y., was an out- - of floor space has been set aside for laundryTelephone No 5 and your Rondo. Have Barklcy Bros, repair your Through a special arrangement, part of the face, tie also, has m guest. the exhibits, and every car pt note will be called for and delivered. flues, and prevent a fire loss. this paper is enabled to ofter the good deal of pain radiating toward Hayes-Ros- e in the country will be shown. It Weeding Tuesday. D.aijy Courier-Journa- l by mail, in the ear, cannot open his. mouth more Try the new meat market at the will be a representative display of It is said that fruit trees of ail kinds Messrs. W. J. Cox and J. A. Jon than half an inch, cann,o.t chew, and Migs Qcncyieve Hayes, daughter combination, at a price just son, of Madisonville, were here the have been badly damaged, as the of Mr. Jesse Hayes, will be married depot. theigu Ijncs. qf the best known y can hardly swallow or speak. the regular rates for the Courier-Journa- l. makers, and prospective owners latter part of the week on legal busi warm weather early in the month put at her home at 1 o'clock next Tuesthe gland first affected begins.-tThe regular price of the Sumner-Knigvegetation forward at a rapid rate day morning, the ceremony being will be able to "get a line" on the Wedding. ness. go back to its normal size, ant is 50 cents a Daily Courier-Journa- l and the freezes of this week have performed by Rev. G. 1'. Dillon, in Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Sumner have new wrinkles of this year's offerings month, $6.00 a year. See the club- In a week or ten days the attack is Mr. Chas. W. Roark spent sever blasted the buds. the presence of a few friends and issued invitations to the marriage of without difficulty. bing proposition in our advertising over. al days in Louisville this week, on The decorative scene decided on, Miss Haves is one of their daughter, Pliancy Pearl, to Mr. There is not much to da in the relatives. columns, and read about the barMY A peach tree at the home of business affairs, attending the retail b,p unusually way of treatment. As long as there Greenville's brightest and most lov- Lucien Brank Knight, of Cleaton, for the armory js to gain. This special offer is good only lumber dealers' association, also the W. T. Morgan was in full bloom the able young women, and is possessed the ceremony to opciir at the home bpatUifuJt tuaanolia trees, biospom for subscription orders given us dur- is fever the patient should be kepi latter part of last week, but the own hardware dealers' annual meeting. u of a host of friends. Mr. Rose is a of the bride on Tuesday, February ing in their full beauty, providing ing the month of February. The of- in bed, and in the house until the cr declares that while the tree made park-lik- e atmosphere, while the ex merchant at Cleaton, and is a man 28, at high noon. The bride is an fer will be withdrawn the last day of swelling has quite disappeared. The joe Morgan solicits that grocery an carley start, he is not expecting hibits will be separated by low walls the month, and no orders cau be diet should be fluid, because it causand w ill show his appreciation any fruit from its efforts this year, in whom everyone has the fullest attractive young woman, aud popu- of brick. order, The general appcaruuee es so much pain to open the jaws; confidence. The couple will live at lar among a wide circle here and the taken after that. by supplying the best goods at the Cleaton. groom is a well known and prosper- of the armory will be that of a big Under this offer, Courier Journal and if there is much pain otherwise, very lowest prices. Quick delivery Save your home by having you park. Low rates will be secured ous merchant at Cleaton, where the will be sent to subscribers , only hot fomentations will often give reflues repaired. Barklcy Bros, do and courteous treatment. it is expectNotice to File Claims. new home will be established. The from the railroads, and through tha not dutiugji lief. this work in best manner. suris to be congrat-njatg- f ed that the attendance from the Lgptirier-journaThe regular meeting of the compersons having claims against prospective groom l agent. No Cburier- wil be unusually on having won sijch ajj esti- rounding sectipn Farm Laud Wanted. This city is 111 need of at least two the estate of Jista ) jrowpjiig, deceas mercial club was held at the county urnali orders for a full year will be large. taken at this rate. Subscription must Judge's office Tuesday night. The dozen residences costing from 3oq ed, are hereby notified to present the mable life, partner, and the bride e A section of farm land, 20 to 60 is being showered with good b,e far pot less than four month's or acres, located convenient A Bissell carpel sweeper w attendance was light, and the most to $2, 000, as there are many pcopl same piopcrly proyen to me in my to city; Important matter adopted was that wanting to come here, but arc unable office in Greenville, Ky.. on or be wishes. last longer than o pom broaws, longer than eight months. ready for cultivation; improved or costing from $13 to 15; the sweepThe Tarifl question in Congress nnimproved; will pay reasonable the club should be incorporated, with to find homes. There is not an empty fore March 3tth, 1511, or be for a capital stock of S500. The nex residence in town; or business house ever barred. Roark has the largest line of ers cost 3 to $5.75. See them at and Mr. Watterson's letters from. &asn price. Address N. (J. 21, care 23 meeting will be held Tuesday night either, for that matter, and severa This Feb. 23, 191 1. chamber suites ever shown on this Roark's, and have other advantages Eurone will make the Cnnripr-TntfrS- J pHE Record, Greenville, Ky. f 6 W. II. Gray, and it is hoped that there will be a persons are seeking locations for new nal especially interesting for mbrkct, ranging from cheapest to than the mouey-ssviufeatures Eclm. of Este Browning, deceased high giades. business enterprises. iull attendance. f All work guaranteed at Foid Brcs P0WB1IS AStsointeiy The pure an grape cream of tartar be taken care of any the to other brand other agent can With ds to n. and 11 11 1 . , I pa-tic- nt tie-sno- is"' rT g halt-starve- i - - c, y, fr go-car- 1 15-1- x al - of-to- one-hal- f XVes,-entl- 1 -- post-offic- tq-b- 1 g PPPP ... ' - jH'i ii 'I 1 lpiljfcWl MyiBWTWniTIW -r- TfMhUHlfWr OTi..ca.j&Aj ROARK Firiiture, W&Jlpaper, Shades, Moldings. -- 1 Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wr&wpper, Slippers, Gr&ve Vailts. Disinfection ROARK THE WAY TO ADVERTISE. BOUQUET FOR SPRING BRIPF HOW SHE KKEPSBEAUTiFUL. The Mystery Solved. Liko tlio flowers that, bloom in (ho spring the voting girl just budding into woinanhooil is an inspiring sight nnd nho ia usunllv benutiful if she is per.She stays lienuuful fectly henltliy. just so long as her benltli and constitution remain good. Let her be norvouB. have backncho, sleepless nights, and how soon doe it tako for wrinkles, crow's feet and dark circl. s to appear Her cheeks were rosy iu the faco? until she began to suffer f;m woman's weaknesses and the court nr.tly recurring pains and drains I. might her quickly from tho berntiM Pge to Uio It was not premature middle nr.c. it ia meant for women to rur.Vr duo to our unnatur.:!, but civilised living, ami to tiie fnct that methods of pd many neglect thoso email ills whjcii larger one:?. Nothing toon lead up 50 drags a woman down na ihceo constantly recurring pcriob when eho suffers moro n:ul more from n chronic condition that can lc easily cured. No woman should tnk an alcoholic compound for that, will disturb digestion, and the food is quickly compacted and becomes hard nnd tough m contact with alcohol, re:uleri:ig the food indigestible. She must go to Nature for a cure. The nalivo Indians of early times wero far from wrong when they called n marvelously effective medicinal plant "Squav; root" what tho physicians of our day called Cnulophyl-luor Illue Cohofh. This and IMack Cohosh, Golden Seal, Lady's Slipper, and Unicorn root, nre important ingredients of n wonderfully succcsa-fremedy in modern times, namely, Prescription. Favorite Dr. Tierce's Ilaving made a specialty of the diseases of women in the early sixties Dr. Fierce poon found that a glyceric extract of lliesc roots with Hydrastis or Golden Seal and Lady's Slipper root, combined in just the right proportions, made the very best tonic and cure for tho distresWhere sing complaints of women. women suffered from backache, weaklack of sleep, it ness, nervousness and was usually duo to functional trouble, therefore this prescription directed at the causo cured 93 per cent, of such cases. That is why Dr. Pierco soon put it up in a form easily to be procured all over tho United States. Aching from head to foot that 13 the condition that afflicts some women at stated periods backache, dizziness, and pains almost unbearable. An honest and a safe remedy which no woman can afford to loso the opportunity of trying for the cure of these distressing complaints which weaken n, woman's vitality is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Dr. Pierce not only assures you that his "Favorite Prescription" ia honestly made, but ha lets you know just what it contains. Tho best of medical authorities recommend and extol the virtues of tho ahovo Ingredients In "Favorite Proscription." Thus F. Etllnirwood. M. D.; " aratcrra itfcUlca, Uennetr. McdicM college, Chicago, says of Uoldon Son! : Is an important remedy In disorder of tho womb. In all catarrhal conditions." Of Lady's Slipper root ho says: "Exercises special Inlluonco upon nervous conditions depending upon disorders of tho femalo organs; relieves pin, etc." Prof. John King In tho Amkhican Dispkxsa-toii- v, says of 151ack Cohosh root: "This Is n very nrtlvo. powerful and useful remedy.' Plays a very Important part In diseases of women; In the nainful conditions Incident to womanhood. In dysmenorrhea it is surpassed by no other drug, being of greatest utility in irritative and congestive conditions." rlts action Is slow, but its effects aro permanent" hcadacho, whether conge?tivo or "For from neuralgia or dysmenorrhea it is promptly curative. Dr. John Fyfo, of Saugatuck, Conn., Editor of tho Department of Therapeutics in The Electic Review says of Unicorn root tflclonlas Dlolat), ono of tho chief ingredients of Dr. Pierce's Favor"A remedy which inite Prescription: variably acts as a uterine (womb) and always favors a condition which makes for normal activity of tho ontlro reproductive system, cannot fall to 1)0 of great usefulness and of tho utmost importanco to tho general practitioner of medicine." "In Ilelonlas wo have a medicament which moro fully answers tho abovo drug Jurposcs than any other tho with irifct In treatmont of diseases peculiar to women it is soMom caso Is seen which dos not that a some indication fur this Sresont t m m $j & m i &j f &j sto t & &j &x t x & dfr m m m $j sr. . 5'.' r? Good Judgment Necessary For Gain-in- g Local Custom. An Old Fnshion Revived Advertising is simple to some pooplo Paper Loco Frill. In nnd very dllllcult jititl complicated to others. The former class never spend a dollar on printing ink without the ngauroncc or good returns. The other class sometimes spend thousands of dollars without the slightest result. Not at nil. A is It n mystery? thoroughly c.vpcrteiieed person can tell whether an advertising beforehand campaign will pay. It Is nut easy to say Just which form ot advertisement will glvo the host results, hut it Is easy enough to select the met hod ot advertising which will give such results. Fortunes have been squandered on billboard advertising and on advertising in newspapers and magazines, and yet In such cases the disappointing results could not always he attributed to the weakness of the advertisements or the inferiority of the mediums. There is a right way and a wrong way of conducting an advertising and good advertisements and good mediums may prove worthless It the advertiser has chosen the wrong way. Speaking generally, the mall order systeln Is one of the wrong ways, alIt Is though It may pay individuals. merely a substitute, a temporary for the true and tried old sysTake tem of retailing merchandise. the case of'tue retail grocer who sells n private blend of tea and who is trying to build a big demand through the mulls, lie may ultimately create a fair business by mail, but it should be obvious even to himself that a far wider outlet awaits a similar article pushed through the usual trade channels. Mail order business Is an unnatural business and is not likely to be a permanent feature of the country's com tncrcc. The tnnglc of advertising? That's right. The magician's wand'eannot do the expected Job with one wave, however, nor can it work Its wonders through n single class or mediums. The public and the trade must be propThe llorlst.H are making up charming erly reached to do the trick. Some ad- bouquets for spring brides And tluy try to do only one of these are embodying an old fashioned Idea vertisers things, and there is disappointment. of the Victorian times by way of deco The public must be reached, and each ration for the posies, the quaint holder of these branches of the advertising of lace paper which forms a dainty job must receive proper treatment. If frill about the edge of the bouquet otic Is ueglcctcd in the least there will The flowers used in making the smart bo disappointment The retailer's adbouquet seen in the Illustration are vert Islug task Is, as a rule, much simBride roses and valley lilies, with a pler than the manufacturer's, except, fringe of maidenhair fern. A shower course, when he wishes to push his of white satin ribbon and loops of sil- of own private Jjrands Into general dls jcxguuzeJmig from the bouquet jOn trlbutlve channels. the onus or the streamers are nitacucu bunches of valley lilies. cam-INiIgsub-stltut- 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 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. r & t 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. m "The J. L. ROARK Estate ORIEN L. ROARK, Manager .I ul FURNITURE EALERS mJ IREC TORS Y & tstaolisned I8Z9 Lo,i$ Distance TeiepHones: Store 72; Home 108 Greenville Livery Go. BARE OUR HEAD, Manager METAL SHINGLES 20 ycar3 ago are c3 jjood as new . T-to-d- Think of it and have never needed 1 t 4 MUST CITIES BE UGLY? This Is the Question That Confronts People Throughout the Country. Must the cities be ugly? This question Is propounded In Ilarper's Weekly by Arnold W. IJruuucr, who has this to say, among other things, ou tho subject: "So much attention has been paid to the individual that tho community has been allowed to suffer, and the conservative and Jealous care of private Interests has been carried to such a point that most necessary Improvements are delayed or cutlrely defeated. "Ilowever, we do not despair for our future. Tho love of beauty la growing rapidly, and, while It was once thought to be the prerogative of tho rich, it is now underatood to be the right of '4. a. llfrom roni.ic rMTanocND and wadino tool. American V City Manaztnc. oris. I New every citizen. The elevation of thought and mind that comes with association and a belief In beauty Is upt to be dls regarded in this materialistic age. "The time has come when the street system cries nloud for readjustment. The demand for new parks and small open squares to provide breathing flpnecs for the poor nnd playgrounds for the children has met with n gen Well plauned schools sral acceptance. Arranged so that sunlight will cheer and purify every room and corridor arc now bnlns erected, and nothing en t is ties us that falls short of the new standard. Heautlful Interiors, harmo niously colored, with mural paintings In the assembly rooms, teaching the lessons of history and art, are willing ly provided for our public schools. "Problems like these can ouly bo solved by a consistently prepared plan for the entire city, by n scheme for the general arrangement of streets and thoroughfares devised by men who do not believe that u bridge may be Inde pendent of its approaches nnd that a park needs no boulevards to reach It" Help Your Town. JUlp to make tho city talrer. You can do It tr you try. And you'll be a profit aharer JJon't torget whilo you nro crumbling 'J'hat you might be something moro. Ixjt ihero be ua future stumbling O'or obstructions at your door. Utilp to make the town more splendid. Do the port you have to do. Tliore Is much that may bo mended Through a llttlo aid from you. Help dGeronse tho dirt that's blowing! Help to purify the brcezo. When Itjbappens to bo Knowing Clean your sidewalks. If you please. Chicago Kecord-Hsu Laying Out a Garden. In the new garden the making of a walk is as much a matter of study and care us the sidewalk iu front of the house. There is nothing so good for this purpose as concrete, but where the expense of that ideal material Is too great there can be substituted brick, flagstone, cobbles, pebbles or limestone screenings, says the Deline ator for March. The walk should be tho ouly formal stiff feature about the well planned home garden, and time. with the growth of the foliage along Its sides, will cure that to a great ex tent. The walk should "lead from some where to .something." It should nave a purpose, which Is primarily to give access to the garden, but If there are any landscape features In the garden, as there should be, it should bpcoma n portion of their motif. If there Is n pergola, arch, arbor, garden honso or garden seat the access thereto should be by the main walk and not by a lateral path. This presupposes a gar den of considerable extent, as these features would have no place in a tiny one; hut, lacking these, there must still be something to which tho walk leads. It should not end against a wall, fence or the side of n building, but If it approach them should be con tinned along them to end delinitel.v somewhere, as a door to a building or a gate In u wall, fence or hedge. This marks the real difference between the walk and the path. The Inttor may lend anywhere and end nowhere. It may lead Into nnd stop at a clump of bushes and may wind and turn at t other roofing will last as long and look as well? ' j-, aiuuiipiuui,r uuu very easily ilaiu. ' They can be laid right over wood chingles, if necessary; withoutreiJS " ating dirt or inconvenience. I For prices and other detailed information apply to t r uicpuui, il uc ic c FIRST CLASS LIVERY SERVICE HIGH G. M. DEXTER & (0. Greenville, Ky. GRADE CLOSED CARRIAGES and given careful attention Feed and hitch business solicited, A New Newspaper A New Newspaper, the Telephone No. 182 Dny or Night "MMBIRG MNlE Edited and published by R. O. Pace at invig-orat- m HOE CZHOEZD C HOE m Greenville, made its appearance APRIL 1, lQlO 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'havc a roll or so over it is easy to return it and get credit. SOME OF ITS FEATURES Ail 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, 'Housemaids' Caps. Nothing makes for neatness of appearance In tho housemaid's nttire No. ?4,507, sire Perfect Wonder, like n fresh. Immaculate cap. With her black gown nnd frilly npron the dflm QUEEN QUALITY, little headpiece harmonizes beautifully There is to be found in the shops; n a fine individual, from a perfect now cap that Is very attractive, it is strain of prize winners, is now in NOXAL WONDER JOB DEPARTMENT service, at $1.00, cash in hand only. The patronage of the public is solicited. J. E. COOMBS. 1 iltAii Mm AtiCnnnnondtni? n ukrlrh nnd description ram onlcklr nsctrtnm our amnion freo wlictlicr an Invention 19 pri.linblr ntrntalito. HANDBOOK n Patents ipnl free. OMest nccury fur acruniiK pntontn. I'ntntus tulicil thrnmrli Si , win & I'u. roculrc VCl.lt Willct, mi mini i imrm-- iu mu t 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Copyrights &c. DCSiGNS 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 practical printers in the state. He will be glad to see 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 In tli rplendlrt uy and by. alfi. time not unJiUe tln net and lace Jabots that A hQndnniRlr Uinsiratc.1 weefclv. Ircett .f any riemlil 1' araal. Tcrros. $i a imljr three seasons ago were so c'olU by ail liewslel. jenr four months, i hen for morning wear or less dess New York PNHSCo.361Bfo Is an Alsatian bo'.v nmi effects there Orencb Oillcs. OSS F 8t WuiTiiiiaton. D. 0. edges. poed of lawn with buttonholed This is a very practical modal nnd launders perfectly. A tiny black rib No mailer what typewriter you use, liyn rusette lu the centar of the bow I? an addition from a modish ribbons for it are to stock at this office. : The HOE J. L. ROARK Estate. CZ3QE)fc the use of a goodlaxative, to Icecp the bowels orcn nnd prevent the poisons of undigested food from gettinginto your system. The latest product of science 1? VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup, purely vegetable, gentle, reliable and ot a plcasar.t, aromatic tae. Velvo acts on the liver, as well as on the stomach ar.J loweb, and is the greatest possible efficacy in constipation, indigestion, biliousness, siwU headache, fevorHiness, culic.tlatulence, etc. Try VF 1 Physicians Advise a LAXATIVE Subscribe for The Record Only Sc, LIVER SYRUP