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The investment is Get our rates, H ftttJttfc GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1911, I Muhlenberg C&unty is rich in coal, iron, timber, Ken-Ituck- potter's clay, kctc, and the most inviting field in y for investment of capital and pluck. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE " The Rate Question Settled. The interstate commerce commis sion has spoken and the railroads have learned their fate. It has de cided that the increases which cast cm and western railroads asked for should not he granted that there is therefor. It docs sec a . no reason reason for the advances in rates asked for by the southwestern roads, except as to classes 4, 5, and 6. The shippers will rejoice and the railroads will be intensely disap pointed. There is little doubt that they expected the commission would give them a part of what they asked for would split the difference. Now it is for them to decide whether they will accept the verdict or go to the courts and attempt to make them sec the matter in a different light. The public will accept the verdict It knows that the unhesitatingly. commission has reached no hasty conclusion. It has heard all the evidence submitted by railroads and shippers, and has given it mature consideration. The sum and substance of it is that the railroads did not make out a strong case, while the shippers did. Mr. Brandeis' contention that the railroads could save a million dollars a day may have been a little overdrawn, but there is no doubt that it had some effect on- - the commission; not so much, however, as the failure of the railroads to prove that they would be poverty stricken and unable to give the public good service if not allowed to put up rates. If they arc wise they will bow to the decision of the commission and sec if the rising tide of business and their increasing earnings do not provide them all the money .they need or enable them to borrow with case all that they may require. And, on the other hand, the shippers who arc affected by the increases allowed on- the southwestern roads should ac cept the situation good, naturedly. "Ttjc intcrsuie commission would not have decided against them without cause. Now the country is reaping the benefits of the railroad legislation of the last session of congress. No more advances in rates until their shall have been reasonableness proved. Pointed Paragraphs. DR. J. Furniture, Moldings, Wall Paper We carry on our floors and in our ware- rooms the largest variety of Furniture In prices. O lilac up W. MET WE EX Coffins in White Enamel and Stained Varnish finish; Caskets in White Enamel, and Chicago Natural Woods, White, Colored and Black Louisville Cloth Covered; and Copper II EST LINE TO lined airtight Caskets; all lengths, and regular, extra and double extra widths. and the Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes constantVast ly in stock, for immediate delivery. Burial Robes, Wrappers, Suits, Dresses, Two trains daily Slippers, etc., in large variety. Our two licensed Embalmers respond at French Lick and West Baden Springs. once to calls for such services. Our general equipment is complete and UNION STATION, In an address to the Harvard me of highest grade. LOUISVILLE. We have a Funeral Car in service, subdical sphool on " Infantile Paralysis," DEAKIJOIIN STATION, ject to call anywhere. CHICAGO. Dr. R. W. Lovett said that, while it TeleCSTTwo Private was not yet certain how the germs phones, Store 72; Residence 108. Dinini? and Parlor Cars. of the disease were communicated to Residence 150 yards from store. Palace Drawing Room Sleepers. healthy children, it was a fact that Prompt service any hour day or night. Self-contr- Whiskers arc one of the ills that masculin flesh is heir to. If kisses were intoxicating lovers would not be prohibitionists. The rolling tire gathers the most punctures. Forgive your enemies if they arc bigger than you are. Inspiration is usually due to the fact that wc need the money. A girl that isn't stylish may look swell when she has the mumps. lie is n wise man who agrees with his wife rather than argue with her. Always say just what you think, if you don't want to make friends. One kind of a hero is the young man who beards her father in his den. If a man has no show at home he can patronize the moving picture emporiums. is an admirable trait that puts a lot of so called pleasure in the discard heap. And the longer a woman is mar ried to a man the more respect she may have for an old bachelor. Almost any truthful married man will tell you that when he quarrels with his wife he doesn't get a chance to say much. DENX stairs, In BARLOW, I a T. at reasonable Orownnnd Bridge Work done the Jones nuiltllng. Greenville, Ky. Muhlenberg. T. SLATON, If we do not have what you want, we PltyMlcinn and Surgeon. will get it for you. We have factory con uenr Malnstrcct. ncctions with makers of the finest goods Onice lb in the country, and through "Our Special Order Department" can supply any exclu CAM HOWARD. WAD N. GRA Y. sive articles at less prices than city stores & GRAY, or mail order houses. Our Picture and Room Molding-stock- s are always complete. Office in Green Bulldlnf. opposite LaMeade Hotel. Wallpaper is now a staple article of merchandise, being used all the year 'round. "And we always have full selections, prices DBS. HELTSLEY &HELTSLEY S cents and up per roll. DR. J. HOWARD KING OF LAWYERS, PHYSICIANS DISCOVERY for COUGHS CURES AN NEW THROAT DISEASES KING THROAT AND COLDS yi.tiittj - - tutgntbiug OSTEOPATHIC ESTOur Engraving Machine is the only one in this part of Kentucky, and we are exclusively prepared to supply individual Name Plates, which we furnish on all outfits without extra cost. Office at Home, East Main'cross Street. Telephone No. 78. LUNG - LUNG Undertaking and Embalming. Monon Route SAVED HER SON'S LIFE My son Rex was taken down n year ago with lung trouble. We doctored some months without improvement. Then I began giving Dr. King s New Discovery, and I soon noticed a change for the better. P1 41113 treatment up for a few weeks and now my son is perfectly well and works every day. MRS. SAMP. RIPPEE, Ava, Mo. California . Northwest SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY 50c AND $1.00 AH Druggists. GIFT FOR CULTURED Long-Distan- WOOL nidesandf;urs Being Dealers. we an do m-Otlltf for voaltun itftnlier enmmiuian mnchsnts. Reference: nr tianV in IjiniiTille. We ftirimh : WE BUY A HOMES i "" birds or domestic animals had been in a large proportion of the fam'i:s where intantile paralysis had ocured, and there was good reasons for believing that such pets in the house were responsible sometimes for the appearance of the disease. The J. L. ROARK ESTATE. ORIEN L. ROARK. Manager. E. H. BACON, D. P. A., N. W. Cor. 4th and Market Sts. LOUISVILLE, KY. Wool ms l ftc to oat snippers, SON'S n rile lor price lut. H.SADEL& &fiiwga Locmille, K . THE SATISFACTION EVERY WOMAN SHOULD Why Not - Read What Are You Going To Do This Year by way of making your business successful and your domestic life full of pleasure, if you are not supplied with telephone service of the Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company? Everyone should have a telephone. You arc connected with all outside important points in local connections with all residences and business houses. For any information call manager, CNMkrland Telephone The Courier- - Journal? HENRY WATTERSON Editor. WE CAN FURNISH YOU Telegraph Incorporated. & Co. THE RECORD AND TH15 in wearing well cleaned and pressed for one medicine and have the clothes is one that doesn't end the wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you in buying first time they are put on. It's a to be careful to get the genuine daily and hourly pleasure that one Isn't it Black-draug- ht experiences constantly. worth something to have your garLiver Medicine ments cared for by people who are The reputation of this old, reliable medicine, for constipation, ininterested in your appearance, and digestion and liver trouble, 13 firmly established. It docs not imitate who know how to do the work propother medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the faerly. vorite liver powder, with a larger liring us your work or we will sale than all others combined. F2 SOLD IN TOWN call for and deliver it. Telephone No. 25 3. GENTEEL TAILORING CO. 4 hi FORD 1IROS. , I'ROI'S. iff n 24 EARN Introducing our .. as J. H. HAYES Painter and Interior , PER WEEK n.pitfit tvriiit; line of walHllnst), MIktt, 1 uirrt Y. City P.tU-ru- . Pine. line on the market. Dealing dlrtct riih.tlie liMiou will II ml our prices low. If otherx call uiuli ilOXO to 30.CO weekly you cntt als-S:unlc, full In structions in uent wimple ense. slilpped ex- prcNs prepnid. No money reiitttred. Exclusive territory. Write for particulars. IJe tint to apply. Standard Dress Goods Companu, Dept. GOO, Binghampton, S. )'. date X. ik. decorator.. : '. . KSTVICTROLA XYI $200 Others $75, $100, 5150 Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask fcj A Little Good Paint in Time Saves $ $ $ When your buildings need painting, every day's delay costs you money. The sun, tain, snow and frost are setting in their work. Lumber costs too much to let it decay (or want of a little paint. out it. work. It costs less to use good paint than to go withWe use nothing but good paint on our 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 im- -. mense. 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 - CARTER Strictly Pure WHITE LEAD Pure Linseed Oil, Pure Turpentino and the most expensive colors The scales kind of paint wc use never cracks or only years of wear will remove it. Let us figure with you when ready to paint J.-L- . ROARK ESTATE Says the London Times: "A successful demonstration has been made at Sydney, Australia, of a device for 'An preventing Tailway collisions. engine in entering an already occupied section automatically whistles, and if the engine driver fails an elect ric controller automatically applies the brakes. The invention undoubt edly prevents collision between trains going either in the same or in opposite directions, and whether on double or on single lines. Ihc inventor claims that the controller also deals with derailments at points or curves, and completely eliminates the hu man factor from accidents." NEW YORK 18 THE GREATEST Greenville Merc, lildg. WEEKLY COURSER-JOURNA- L CLIPPER THEATRICAL $4.00 Per Year, We guartntcc a prices reasonable. and durable job Don't put it o(f. Typewriter ribbons, all machines, at Roark's Get potted plSnts. and cut flowers from Miss Lena Arnold. Take your beef hides to J. E. Coombs & Co. and get the cash. 4 Telephone No. 254, PAPER SHOW IN THE WORLD. Single Copy, 10 Cts, raTTVE1SSI ED WEEKLY The Secret of Youth VJ haw . U . BOTH ONE YEAR FOR Sample Copy Free. 1UJERTJ. VUWI'V - REVOLVING ITR0NL UPABLE. C CHEAP FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (LhD, JTIILISHEHS, BORIS, jfi.as A Vi'RIVt HfllCtS We can also give liberal combination rate with Daily AT FACTORY PRICES or Sunday Courier-Journa- l. GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS ComWrite Courier-Journal KALD. 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Shaver. burr grist vv,th urB mm s a n White Sewing Machines, in rotary and vibrator; needles, shuttles, etc. in stock for all machines. ROARK'S STORE. Mss Lena Arnold asks the age of the. public, patron- mother' writes Mrs. Z. L. Adcock, or Smith-vill- e, Tenn., "is 44 years old and is passing through the change of life. She was irregular and bloated and suffered terribly. My father stepped over to the store and got her a bottle of Cardui, which she took according to directions and now she is up, able to do her housework and says she feels like a newwoman." Try Cardui in your own case. Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept., CJuttanooca Medicine Co., Chailaaooza, ttno.. boo!c. Home Treatment for Women," scnUrcc for Special Instructions, end New Discovery AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. OWENSBORO. KENTUCKY Sec the very latest thing in carpet Miss Lena Arnold for bulbs Give your job printing orders to of all sorts sweepers at Roark's. The Record. GUARANTEED S ATISPACIOBY and guarantees that satisfactory work will be done in heV clothes clcauin'g, pressing and repairing shop. stairs. Air. haves lived there tot many years, but nt last sold the house and too acres of laud to CalPRKSIONT vin Glc for the sum of $1300 An Independent Newspaper. N T K UK I "A KT While some negroes who had rented 1'l'fll.lXHCt) Till' UHDAY8 DT lAltTI. 1MOM Kit DAYS. I'AHT 11. VA D VVM. the house were living there, it I'AKT ill. I OWDK1M.Y A MIXIXti TOWN. burned. So today all that remains Oiuex L. Roaiik, Ovkm Kick. Secretary. rreahlent. of the Minted house, is a mound By AMY ,M. UONO IStST of crumbled rocks and sand, surKoakk, Editor. Okikx rounded by rank blackberry bushes. Telephone, No. 72. Not for an instant expelling to newly married couple financially or What fancies, what visions throng OfttM In iittw tuinox rcrtr of more, ground lloor. win the fame of Scott, who wove in any way; his daughter had mar- ilirmufli tliM mind, ns tine stnnds in lie talcs and traditions learned ried against his will and would have silence and views the site of an old 50 CEHTS PER YEAR. 1H ADVANCE. when a boy at his grandmother's to abide the result. building, then in imagination if not Now CyrTthia was a more indusknee, into the most wonderful of all reality, the picture of a long dead TERMS. novels, or even thinking that the trious gill than those of today, past is complete; the mental vision The sulmorlptloii prlco f tht jiiipor In vyt Wo in and wlitm tlio Unit Im oxitlrcd render of this simple sketch will de- whose sole ambition seems to be to is peopled with these who are no to wiitcSi ll t KiU. Hie iuir will be Htoppod. Card of Umtikx, oMtunry iioIIooh, ct. If not rive the pleasure from its perusal dress well and look pretty, laugh Gocarts and baby carriages at more, again ruddy checked children loHirrr Uwh Mmi lint, will lie iuWIh1um1 froc. A ehurgv of ftp. ptr lino will liu ninth for Huceccd I listened to the j and talk, and to "catch a beau" lug liiuts. X Tnrlntlon of lhl rule to aiiyop. that was mine as clad in homespun sit before the. Roark's, at prices from $2 to $1$. She had wood fire, popping corn or roasting Wee suwtpls co pt oh will be mailed. talcs, tinged by the glamour of ro- - with plenty of money. Sic the line. AdvotttaoafreiiUi will bo Inserted. A rate card ance and tradition, of which it is made fcatherbecls and quilts in plen nuts in the ashes, as they listen to will bo furnished on roquent. AtMrosti nil communications and innkr nil rc composed, but knowing that the ty, but as her presence could not their parents tell of another land KBCOHl) PUltSS, nilttttwstw payable to tJreonvillo, Ky. only way to preserve the traditions darken the door of the old planta than this. The mental curtain is Deal at home as much and facts connected with the foun- - lion home, her belongings were use drawn still further aside, and a THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1911. as possible. Build up your J dation of any hamlet or city, is in a less to her while there. Although youth and maiden are telling the I This will I home town. Kutered at the Greenville. Ky., posloflloe an printed form, and believing that the! she was forsaken by her father, there old, old story, though new, in the o 0 seeond-cltismatter. perusal of the incidents as related in were two sisters at home who had flickering light of the blazing back-- a make you a better home o the following sketch will help the her interest in mind, so one night og. The mental curtain falls and 1 market and enhance the ; reader to pass off a few moments of when all was still they slipped some one realizes that those arc scenes', value of your property. o the winter's gloom in as commend-- ; of the quilts and one of the feather which will never be enacted in this 0ooeoooooocoaooooecu able a manner as that of social con- - beds out and carried them a dis- - vicinity again. versation are my sole excuses for tancc of two mile to the home of Though this sketch of the pioneer Such devotion, such their sister. writing. days of Powderly is very meager and heroism. Imagine those two girls incomplete, the reader will have t A hundred yeurs ago the village all alone in the dark night, burden depend entirely ou his imagination known as Powderly was unheard of. cd with such a load, and all for the for the history.of'the people, for the l'racklcss forests then met the eye love they bore the forsaken MAKING BARN SANITARY. fifteen years following the arrival of Time probubly softened the feci XV. M. Eaves in instead of muddy streets; the dinner That no' 1815. Good Light, Pure Air and General horn was heard instead of the mine ings of the major. Anyway, when other settlers Cleanliness Essential. cime during that periwhistle, and a "woodsy" odor filled he obtained possession of the land od is probably due to the fict that, Dairy oxperts ngroe that the essenthe air instead of the fumes of sul- which the thief had purchased with ihc war of 1812 had just closed, and tials of a gooil dairy baru aro plenty phur. A BOAR, Registered his stolen money he told his daugh of light, puro air and as little illth as the men from Kentucky and Ten-- ' No. 7QOOvJ. Swiftly the seasons have come and tcr that if she and hir husband would posslblo. Thero aro but few barns ncssee who fought so bravely, had In service at St. 00, due when tbnt caunut be transformed Into rea- gone since then, each bringing its come to Kentucky and live on the returned to their homes, and were sonably oanltary stables at niodernto service is rendered. J. E. Coomis, still the hills which shelter land he would give them one of the well changes, expanse. content to stay there. Greenville, Ky. It Is not dinicult to put In extra the village remain almost as they tracts. len Scott, a son of the ma (Ti W runt luued. dairy were when the red man received in- jor decided to come also, as his windows, nnd overy stable for cowb should have windows that will their beauty and su father had eiven him one of the admit direct sunlight on bright days spiration from window blimity. Time has only made more tracts of land. The exact date of and at least one should b put In for onch two stalls. luxuriant the wild vines which climb their departure is not known, but Tho frame must fit tight, so as to and more the mode of travel was very differ protection during cold weather. there in rank profusion Is the best of nil medicines for the cure of diseases, Arrnngoments should be made for abundant the fragrant flowers which cnt to that of today, so the party disorders mid weaknesses peculiar to women. It is the Mafco "blush unseen," oponlng those for vontllatlon. d only preparation of its kind devised by a regularly sive when a mcny came on flat boats down the Ohio physician an experienced end ckiiled specialist in walls tight by putting In an Inside crowd of young people invades the river. Ben Scott and his wife took the diseases of women. wall of thin lumber, if necoasary filling the land, a part of which is now the spaco between with cut straw or solemn stillness. 'it is a safe medicine in cny ooaaition of tho system. nawdusi. Hut to the old homes, landmarks Oakland coal mines, near Powderly THE ONE REMEDY which contnina 1:0 alcohol Good ventilation can bo secured In g drugs and which nnd no injurious Mvpral wnyg. If tho stable Is low and of an earlier day, time has only They built a house on it and lived creates no craving for such stimulants. without oxtunslve outside wall, a ven made more complete the works of there. The old well is still used THE ONE REMEDY 00 good that ita mancra tilating fluo on the King system, open ruin and decay which reign there, and until recent years the loghousc arc not afraid to print its every ingredient on and more sacred the sites of these was standing, on account of lack of each outside bottle -- vrappcr and attest to tho homes that have already perished, information, the. remaining history truthfulness of the same under oeth. around which cluster associations nf.this family will have to be given It is Kold by mcdicmo dealers everywhere, and any dealer ylm hasn't it cqn Ih 4 . .. ........ . , .. m fins medicine Oi ' 0 auiV7rcOMFOSnToN. u euimrcriciE is as goou as uic genuine anu uic uruggisc past. Eli Fortney and his wife took the "IS who siiys something else is "just as good as Dr. Pierce's" is cither mistaken or is trying to deceive- you for his own selfish bsnefit. Such a man is not to be Stable Floor of Wood. A few old fashioned flowers, a bit tcact of land still farther toward trusted. He is trifling with your most priceless possession your health of shrubbery, some broken brick Central City; it comprised 170 acres. Ing near the floor, with an outlet near may be your life itself. See (hat you get what you nsb for. tho gable of the barn, will give plenty and two cedars, now mark the spot He built the house known as the Old of chango of air. A flue two feet square will change the air for 20 cows. where stood until recent years, the Fortney place, which can still be The inlets should be near the celling oldest house of which anything seen through the shrubbery, from of the stable. definite is known. The old Snod-gras- the Greenville and Centra.l City In stables muslin cur brick as it was called has long road. Mr. Fortney went to his P 9 tains at tho windows may be used, been a familiar object to the travel- father's home in Virginia on a visit says Farm and Home, f of tho windows of the stable being replaced er of the Greenville and Central once, but his wife never went back vrllh light frames covered with thin City road. It was built by one or saw any of her father's people dairymen who muslin. Experienced have used this system give two square John Reno of Virginia, who with again. feet of curtnin per 1,000 pounds of cow his wife crossed the Blue Ridge, Thirteen children were born to as best. The change of air through He was a school teacher, this remarkable union, six of whom will keep the stable free from 1S07. those foul air. While this is a now scheme but why he left his early home and are living. The parents lived to sec it has beon fairly successful. came to this undeveloped country is all of their children grown and marTo avoid undue filth in the stable a mystery. He taught school at ried. Mrs. Fortney died at the age a good floor is absolutely necessary Cement and concrete arc, of course, Nelson Creek and at the old liclle of 84 years and her husband was 88 school house, long since fallen in years of age whfcn he was called by ' ruin. His wife died shortly after the Grim Reaper, The Fortney 's y We represent all tiut their arrival were of piitch descent and the Lonely indeed must have been the Scott's were Scotch. Inheriting the the Home Insur kinds of farm and life of that old pioneer, of whom so strength of mind and body from such little is known, when not engaged parents it is small wonder that some Stable Floor of Concrete, ance Co. olfi.Y. aty property. in training the young idea to shoot. of the wealthiest and most prominideal, but wooden floors aro fairly sat At that lime the Indian's hunting ent citizens of Muhlenberg county isiactory ir wen lata witn proper ground was not bereft of its game; are descendants of that couple who fllopo. The main trouble Is that they decay too quicKiy. inuid them as squirrels played in the trees, "the braved the dangers of travel in the shown In Fig. 1 with a slight slopo oi wild fox dug his hole unscared and early days of Kentucky's history, tho stall and walk towards gutter. Do not put a board floor directly upon the rank thistle nodded in the wind." and with untiring energy overcome tho ground, but raise it sufliclontly so The incidents which led to the the difficulties of pioneer life. that it will bo dry underneath, at arrival of Eli Fortney from VirginThe next additions to this vicinity though not exposed to tho outside air, or it wfll ho cold. Good floors make ia also, who settled the old Fortney were W. M. Eaves and wife, formertho animals more comfortable, savo place, three miles east of Powderly, ly Susan Cook. In an old leather moro of the valuablo mauuro, make onsler to clean the stable and mak? arc more romantic than the imagin bound jlible still in the Eaves family it possible clcanor milk. The best mix aty romance produced by the aver- this record is yet legible, though d ture for a cement floor in six parts age novelist. Going back into the with age, Born, Susan Cook, . gravel or stone, two parts sand and XV. M. Eaves, Aug. one part Portland coment laid throe history of Virginia, the story begins Feb. 14, 178S; Of the early history of inchos thick on u firm basis of oarth, when one Major Scott of revolution12, 1787. gtono ashes or gravel, which has been ary fame was in the war. At inter- this family little is known; however GIVE US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE. tamped solid, as shown in Fig. 2. H m vals during the major's absence, he they came to this country from After you have a well sent money to his wife at home. As North Carolina when their first child vontilated and stable, thon you must practice cleaning It it was not always convenient for her who was born in the year of 1S15 BLACKWELL every day and make some thoroughly to go to the office and get the money was still an infaut. Just where they a against dust Plain provision KY, GREENVILLE, in person, a friendly neighbor kind located is not known, but one son whitewash made of f bushel of unslaked llmo slakod In boil ly offered his services, which were William Eaves met, loved and maring water and applied with a spray He got the money but ried Christine Fortney, a daughter pump is the best covering for walls, accepted. & If tho walla aro qulto smooth a brush kept it himself. In all he stole about of the aforesaid Fortney 's. They s may be usod, but the spray Is more jmSoo. He went into business as a bought the old Redman farm the effective. A bushel of llmo should gallons of whitewash. Some merchant with the money, but pos- history of which has been lost in make 30 recipes for whitewash Involve tho use sibly fearing detection, he sold the oblivion, save that John Redman of salt, oil, glue, otc, but these are store and invested the money in was a Methodist preacher, and that too complicated for ordinary use. A little salt may be added If handy, but four tracts of land in Kentucky, two his wife died before he left this frequent applications of plain wblto- - of which were on the Big Clifty, and country. Whether his forefathers wush aro effective. the other two in what is now Muhl- were really red men, and he inherit enberg county. ed the land from them is not known. Ventilation of Stable. K Major Scott was an industrious The house was an imposing strucIf your stable is ventilated only H .. . ... v . V... - JvT.rV:! I .. .vVUVm'Kcmg'? 5 . tg from nbovp, you are drawln?; off the man himself, and was a firm believ- ture two and one-hastories high, tNfttaMiMuaTi,-i-isb.fafl(53 W fTTN tC& moans Joss Uj the warm air. whli-hR gi vz xm&KCr 11 fields a rommodiniiK building for that day, b rows in comfort, tuid Joss of the pur er in manual labor. l aves and jE fQ) est air. Fun! air must be drawn off ci, in Virginia after the war teqiiired a and to it Mr. hit bride I fetl Jr H vv E M M Ew'Xi a ue vlttt the stable floor, for bac great deal of physical work. People moved. It stood near the present K HI y H' J fl Oft n VJ-- 0 El? W ; R IV l vSy a A vLv Xta' p W W Bvji 'Ve V a air ie much heavier than sped aii were not surprised that when his F.rvcs graveyard, which at that time jH When the cows tie down and the ynll Istlou la poor, thy ImviiHio foul air, daughter Cynthia ran away and pontajned the single grave of Mrs. It lms its effect ou the cjwt as well uiuiiicd Kli I'oilncy, a well cdncuted Red man. The. house was said to as cu the picdart. yousg wan thcugh not such en en,- have been haunted, a chilly mysGi.e yoar jub printing orders to husua of phyiicsl labor, his anger terious presence scemsd i.t times to , Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality. as treat, tic would not help the keep guard ia oris of the rooms up The Recouj. GORD, PAST AND 1 11 MUHLENBERG COUNTY RE CORD PRESS, I. SAVINGS B ANK Greenville, Ky, 11 Lcr.Q-Distan- Appreciating your past patronage we solicit all or part of your future Banking business. TfiOS. E. SUMNER, Cashier. I w 91 FIRST NATIONAL BANK j 1 j ; I Luoky Chief GREENVILLE, KENTUCKY DIRECTORS W, A, Wickliffc, W. G. Duncan, G E Martin, R. T. Martin, E. J. Purycar, C. M. Martin, Jno, T, Reynolds, Jr. the men who constitute our Board of Directors are a guarantee of careful, judicious management, Ihc standing and responsibility 01 POLAND-CHIN- ( i SxP.-fo- BOYD & MARKS Merchant Tailors Greenville, Kentucky A lerxe s ravonie rrescrip by tidlors. rnilu-nte- dollar saved is two made, so have your clothes made at home, Wc save you no less than $10 ON EACH SUIT Wc also do cleaning and pressing. you buy from us. Our club rate is. 75c. per month. We guarantee all work satisfactory or money refunded. A trial . is all wc ask. Telephone No. 16-2- Iinbit-forxuin- . j'r rrT -- The 6rcatest Rose Kovclty of the Century Scml for Descripiion and Price List gA BLUE , The New Rose (YtoJct BIkc) Hailed by the Resc Growers as the Fcrcnwwer f the Cwu- flower Blue Rose. Ycry yIot- ojs and hardy. Free Blooming s Gt'ccnltouHc JOHN E. RACKEBRANDT -t Princeton, Ky. :- one-hal- I mmui INSURANCE THE SEASON IS HERE FOR YOUR STOCK PRINTING L U writes FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY STEAM BOILER KURGLARY BONDS We are prepared for your printing, atisfaction and quick service our motto. Give us a RECORD O trial. Don't delay. Job Printing Department 9 Of well-lighted clean-floore- !"""""" BRO'S one-hal- I I -- - ra ialtlltllltltllt tI lliei tl II t 1 11 f GUARANTEES) TO SATISFY CUSTOMERS FR0MTEE0RiG!WALCABBAGEP1ANTGR0WERS- ill illlLlH n KM J ill -- lf PISl lf . S$ Established! 368. flr,t n03T cutn:iiT. v, ititi'ncti:-tttt"tUiit.i- I - Lr I . ot Writ tun !xt Tnrli'tics, it:its v?tatilj(rrnwtnij. l'rlron'ablcelliint!t.- dntnininsv.iluililrinfortiiaiinialot.ili:itMiU iwoto tonSi lni.Uif4cont3i.at o. Von- -. ;0vr tiKnrnd: i.ooo to v.ox)Ji.sliprtiiiiftnil: lawwandotw SUB icr UouiuJ. f. b. j l.UnJ. Our asocial express rcP on plsnia Is vory law. all Southern iov i ami oiI J plantscalibai pliuNnnorthsa ttrAother prrioniintha Order now; vour vt rMUc o'ir nu.t tact your seotiou to i;t extra early cabuige, lUiiltiny mo tho ones th.it wll fur tn smor; on JVe 0W three tons of Ga&bage Seat! mi season s&fEZi&S?, or WU tatos ccir.blr.c'J. Will mo.--c ? inoni-m-- CTPW ts P.T)3 Paid In Cspiial Stock PLAT3 in ;! N Imroov. r twenty $30,000.00 tUotiiiand samHrU 4Ki Wra, C. Geraly Co., Boa; 373 Vongcs island, S. C, HARC0U&sCO.UuisvBle.fe I I I 'tsbscdbe for he Record Only gOc V : for. Killed By Electric Wire in Mine. Y. ill. C. A. NOTES. Faith Healer Is Arrested for Drunk- 1 That Lightness a Flavor Found in the finest biscuit, rolls, cake, etc., is due to the absolute purity, fitness, and accurate combination of the ingredients of She Roya! Baking Powder. The best things in cookery are always made with the Royal Baking Powder. Hence its use is universal in the most celebrated restaurants, in the homes of the people, wherever de- - licious,wholesomefood is appreciated,, Royal Baking Powder is sold in every civil zed country, the world over. It is the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar. Royal Cook Book 800 ReceiptsFree. ROYAL OAKINO POWDER Send Name and Address. CO., NEW YC HK. I. C. R. R. LOCAL TIME CARD. Ilorsas and Mules Visit City. Horses and mules of Muhlenberg were being more or less NOl'.TIt ROUND. entertained in Green so. IS2 Louisville Ktpifts .. 1.25.1m ville las.. Monday, where they came 102 Cincinnati UxproHt ... .a pin 101 Louisville Limit o.l on a visit lor a day. Marshal l'itt . ..4.0Snm 130 Central City ticcuin .. 7.16 pin man heard so many people making dOUTU 110UND. NO. remarks about the large number of 135 Failucnli ml Cnlro nocom S.tftnm 121 Fulton Acuominotlntlon equine and "mulitie" visitors that 101 New OrlenuH Speelul 3.40 pm 10S X. O. Spec. LouUvllle imw,r. oul.vj.. 1.20 tun he made a census of those who were 'HiteC. 1010. W.CJ.CiiAwror.D. located around or near the square, aul a careful count showed the total at 622. This did not cover the whole by a laryc number, and many persons who were in position to Give us your job work. know declare that at lias 1,000 animals were in town. While many fine Get ptd.jgc of govcrr. uicnt icri s and spaais of mules were at this ofiice. to be seen, there were very few really good, trim, neat looking horses, Orien L. Roark wasiu Owcnsboro and those who toiler the game de last Saturday on business. clare that there are fewer high grade now ihan there Give Joe Morgan your laundry. horses in the couuty were tea years s:go. Comparatively Did you know there were 1,000 few breeders are paying any special horses and mules in town last Mon- attention to grading up their stock, and foreign buyers are picking up day. all the best stock when it gets the Hot drinks of all sorts now at age and style required, paying good Hale's fountain. roun'l prices for it. A Muhlenberg county horse was recently sold in Club pressing rates $1 per month Mr. J. P. Morgan was in Louis ALadisonville for $6qo, and while at Ford Hros. ville a few days the latter part of this is cxccption.il, many horses have the week. been sold at fancy prices. There A Double Wedding is a good opening .for well bred What was practically a double Needles for all sewing machines at horhes, and our stock men should wedding occurred Tuesday, and adRoark's. pay more attention 'to the develop ded to the number of such happy Mr. A. W. Duncan was attending ment, as there are good returns in it. events that have occurred here reto business affairs and visiting re cently. At 11 o'clock at the home Farm Land Wanted. latives'in Louisville last week. of Mr. J. H. Hayes, his daughter, Miss Genevieve, was married to Your patronage solicited by Ford Mr. Rufus Rose, a business man of Bros. Cleaton, the officiating clergyman being Rev. C. P. Dillon, and the Mr. Groundhog, do not be so ceremony being witnessed by a large hoggish in showing us how much number of friends. At high noon, you have to do with the weather. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. A section of farm land, 20 to 60 See Coombs & Co. before you acres, located convenient to city; E. Sumner, their daughter Phaney Pearl was united in marriage to Mr. sell your beef hides. o 27 rctdy for cultivation; improved or will pay reasonable Lucien Brank Knight, also of Cleaunimproved; That was a fine, large crowd here :ash price. Address N. O. 21, care ton, and many persons witnessed to court Monday, and the sunshine Tint Rkcokd, Greenville, Ky. f 16 both ceremonies. After a delightful luncheon, the happy couple took and balminess made it.a joval gatherHarriet, wife of uncle Perry the train for Louisville, and on their ing. Reynolds, colored, died of heart return will establish homes at CleaTry the new meat market at the trouble at her home near Friend- ton. ship at 8 o'clock last Saturday depot. night, and was buried Monday If 'ou havc not Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gilmau now morning in. the Reynolds graveheartl lhe Victor Wx3o( have a girl companion for their son, yard. She was 67 years old. talking machines, the young lady being born to them call at Roark's. If Fred Williams, demons, aged one last Friday night. and a half years, died at the home you have heard them, call again and A full line of and baby of his parents at Powderly tlast Sat- often; they never grow tiresome. urday night, after an illness of a few Large library of records and all carriages at Roark's. days from membranous croup, and kinds of talking machine supplies. Congressman Thomas has sent to the body was interred Monday "A Sketch of Powderly, Past and Tim Recoup a bag of garden sect1. morning in the Kavcs graveyard. Present," from the pen of Miss Amy for distribution, and we invite ev liggs for sale R. C. R. I. Reds, M. Longest, of Powderly, will be eryone to call and get a package. two pens, DcGraft and Tompkins found in this issue, the first part Have Barkley Bros, repair your strains, 75c. and $1 per setting. S. appearing, and there arc two remaining sections, which will follow J. Landis, Greenville, Ky. flues, and prevent a fire loss. in order. These sketches are clevl'rof. C. C. Harden, principal of erly written, and contain much that Joe Morgan solicits that grocery order, and will show his appreciation our high school, was in Princeton is new and some events that have by supplying the best goods at the last Friday night, where he was one been forgotten by those who once very lowest prices. Quick delivery of three judges in an oratorical con- knew about them, and many perstest. Schools at Princeton, Padu-ca- ons will be deeply interested in the and courteous treatment. Madisonville and Owcnsboro series. Miss Longest has spent some Roark's furniture polish is some- were represented, and some very time in collecting the data on which what better than the rest, and is sold interesting orations were delivered, the articles are based, and has been considerably cheaper, and with the the winner being Delbert Glenn, of assisted by many persons to whom she acknowledges her indebtedness broadest guarantee money back if Owcnsboro, whose subject was ;not better thin any you ever ussd. for these favors. 1 j 1 1 11 ' inoiv-iduul- Rufus Shanks, an inside loader at Mr. T. O. Jones gave a very sugthe Powderly mine of the Greenville j gestive and interesting talk last SunCoal Co., was instantly killed about day on the Conspiracy between JuTuesday afternoon i 30 o'clock das and the chief priests to get posby coming in contact with a live session of Christ and put him to feeder wire. He had conic out of death. The attendance was larger his room to the main driveway for than usual and the meeting was a the purpose of giving a light to one very helpful one. of the drivers, and in sonic way was "The Last Supper," is the subject connected with the electrically charged wire. The body was car- for consideration on next Sunday. very helpful ried to the old home near Maries These meetings arc so that you cannot afford to miss them. and interment was made tit Antioch All men and boys are very cordially church yesterday afternoon. Shanks was a young man, and invited to be present at 3 o'clock. will not be anhad many friends. Mis wife and As usual the speaker nounced ti(l the meeting begins. four children survive him, and they The annual convention of the have the sympathy and assfstance of Kentucky Young Men's Christian all. Association will be held at Danville, hearty welcome Improvements Being Made at Depot. March has been assured from the people The I. C. railroad is making an will be extension of 150 feet to the south end of Danville and every effort of the station platform at the depot, made to make the convention of and will soon have it in shape tor real value to those who attend. The railroads havc agreed to give use, it is a hard matter to get the fare heavy trains under headway after the rate of one and they have stopped here. Since train on the certificate plan. The people No. 101 has been stopping here, to of Danville will entertain the condischarge passengers from Louisville, vention delegates. Some of the leadthere has been a great deal of time ing speakers arc, Rev. John Timothy lost in getting away from fhc station, Stone, of Chicago; Prof. Wm. IC. and frequently the train has to be Hutchins, of Oberlin, and Mr. M. backed north several hundred feet, to D. Crackle, of Cleveland, O. Those more favorable grade and straight who attend these conventions reHy ceive untold value and if you have track before it can be started. the extension of the platform pass- never attended one you ought to atengers can be discharged beyond the tend this one. If you havc ever atstreet crossing, and the greater part tended one you know the value and of the train will be beyond the grade need no urging to attend. It is and curve, so that a quick start may hoped that Greenville will have a good delegation to represent us at be made. For any informathe convention. Telephone that grocery want to tion consult Secretary Anderson, Joe Morgan and get the best goods who will be glad to give the same. at lowest prices. The regular monthly meeting of the board of directors will be held Colored Brakcman Killed Near Lu- next Tuesday evening at '5 o'clock. A full attendance is desired. zerne. The Owls defeated the Buzzards Geo. King, colored, for several last Friday night by a score of 19 to years a freight brakeman on the local train between Central City and 12. A goodly crowd witnessed the Paducah, was killed by falling from game, which was a real exciting one. limited train No. 102, near Luzerne Next Friday the Owls play the It is said Kagles. last Thursday afternoon. liASKET IIAU. GAM K. that King was drinking, and that his Next Saturday night at 8 o'clock conductor had put him off the run when the local reached Princeton, the Bethel college team will pay the giving him a pass back to Central local Y. M. C. A. team. This is a City on the passenger train. It is stronger team than any 'he bojs supposed that King fell from the here have played this scaso'n, xnd train, though no one saw him, and therefore the most hotly ebntested the train was' not stopped. About game of the season may be expected. three o'clock some one walking The game will be played in the Y. Tickets for along the railroad found the body. M. C. A. gymnasium. It is supposed that death was in- seats are now on sale at Y. M. C. A. stantaneous,-as the head was crush- office. Get your tickets early and ed, and an arm and leg broken, in make sure of a seat. Do not miss addition to internal injuries. The this game. body was carried to Central City on the evening passenger train, and interment was made there. well-know- n 16-1one-third enness. Add Parker, who is well known through this section as a healer by the laying on of hands, was arrested here Monday for drunkenness, but at two trials held Tuesday it was impossible to get cither jury to agree, and the case was dismissed. Parker is (piitc a character. When arrested he had a portion of a quart of whisky in his pocket, and when asked what use he had for such an item, declared that he bought it for a sick woman. Why he needed such help in the performance of his miraculous cures he failed to state; and he did not give a satisfactory explanation as to why he had appropriated a part of the Contents of the healing water. The trial attracted a large number of people, and the evidence, testimony and arguments of the attorneys produced some diverting situations. Louisville Auto Show. A AN ACCIDENT IN THE DARK need nevar occur if you havc the electric light in your house. We can prevent it by making an electrical connection outside the room door. A twist of the fingers turns on the current and you enter a brilliantly lighted room. That's only one of a thousand electrical devices vc can supply you. Corns and see 4 the other 999. Greenville Light ) & Water Co. The fourth annuaj Louisville Automobile Show, which has developed into one of the chief automobile events of the South will be held this year at the First Regiment Armory in the Kentucky metropolis, the dates chosen being March The show will enjoy the best exhibition hall in the country, the Coliseum at Chicago not excepted-- , and the display is expected to be inclusive. Fifty thousand square feet of floor space has been set aside for the exhibits, and every car of note in the country will be shown. It will be a representative display of the 191 lines of the best known makers, and prospective owners will be able to "get a line" on the new wrinkles of this year's offerings without difficulty. The decorative scene decided 011 for the armory is to be unusually beautiful, magnolia trees, blossoming in their full beauty, providing a park-lik- e atmosphere, while the exhibits will be separated by low walls of brick. The general appearance of the armory will be that of a big park. Low rates wiil be secured from the railroads, and it is expected that the attendance from the surrounding section will be unusually large. 15-1- 8. 1 Ollice lloiitb: 7..10 11 1 Phone No. 251. 4 to S a. 111. to 11! u. 111. to 1.30 p. in. to 5 p. m. Some one in your home prefers vocal music. You'd rather havc instrumental. You can both be suited with a. Victor Double-face- d in one MllP' Record. Two records in one almost at the price? of one 10 inch, cents; 12 inch, .51.25. ROARK ma LOUISVILLE AUTO SH0 armory. March 15, 16, 17, 18, 1911 ALL THAT'S NEWEST This is March, and it also has its festival, considered by some as greater than a legal holiday, the wearin' of the green. PERTAINING TO MOTORING 'DECORATIONS MOST ELABORATE. IMPERIAll BAND. SPECIAL FEATURES The largest line of the best baby carriages in town are on display at Roaik's, ,riiE Record 50c. per year. Snow enough to cover the ground for about an inch fell Tuesday night. Mr. Jessie Craig and family will move to the Reynolds bungalow, on North Main street. March starts in raw and rough, and docs not promise the kind of weather we had last year. Mr. J. H. Wallace, who has been in serious condition for many days, suffering from chronic stomach trouble, complicated with eczema, was resting easier yesterday, and is gradually improving. Telephone No 5 h&hK . go-car- and your laundry will be called for and delivered. Mr. Rufus Watkins, who is confined with typhoid fever at the home of Mr. Frank Green was reported yesterday as getting along as well as could be expected, and it is hoped that the serious stage of his , illness has been passed. A Bisscll carpel sweeper will last longer than 40 corn brooms, costing from $12 to $15; the sweepers cost 3 to $5.75. Sec them at Roark's, and have other advantages than the money-savin- g features, h, AFTERNOONS 25c EVENINGS 50c Nurses, call For professional Nurses Registry, long distance phone No. 611, ICvansville, Ind. Colored Girl Shot at Central City. THE RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED. Good service, calls promptly an swercd. Refer to Evansville hos Mandy Kives, a yjung colored pitals and physicians. ni2 3t woman who lives here, was shot and Motion Route Announces New Schedule dangerously wounded at Central City Judge J. J. Rice and bride arrived about 4 o'clock Monday afternoon. of Fares One Way and fioand Trip. last Friday, after a visit of two weeks The shooting was done by a ne to Mrs. Rice's parents in Arkansas. gro man called "Smiley," who lives The Monon Route announces that They are at the home of Mr. C. Y. in Louisville, and who had been in it will henceforth sell" tickets between Martin for the present, but will Central City but a.few days. Therp Louisville and Chicago at $6 one soon be at home in the D. J. was quite a gathering at a dance way, instead of $8 as formerly, and Duncan residence, on Hopkins-vill- hall, and that is where the shooting $12 round trip, good 30 days returnstreet. took place. It is said that the deed ing, instead of 6. Si Patrons are ofwas a cold blooded one, as the man fered exceptionally good service by Best work, prompt service: give shot because his invitation to dance the Monon, which on night trains your laundry to Joe Morgan, who was not responded to as quickly by fiom Louisville operates Compart will appreciate your patronage. the girl as he thought it should have ment and Drawing-rooPullmans, . . been. "Smile" made his escape, as wen as......... 11. uie usual straignt sleep t Mrs. L. Z. Kirkpatrick gave a rebut was captured Tuesday in Louis- The day trains have Parlor and Din ception at her home Tuesday afterville on description furnished by the ing cars, and the very finest modern, noon in honor of her daughter, Mrs. Central City policemen. He was new coaches. Inquiries cheerfully Carlisle Kirkpatrick. She had the brought here yesterday afternoon answered by E. II. Bacon,' D. P. A., assistance of many of her friends in and lodged in jail, awaiting an ex- Louisville, Ky. the reception and entertainment of amining trial, which will be held at a great number of her acquaintonce, it is supposed. The wounded ances, and a very enjoyable aftergirl was brought here Tuesday afternoon was spent. Delightful refreshnoon, and is at the home of her ments were served. mother. It is doubted if she will survive her injuries, as she is in a Notice to File Claims. critical condition. All persons having claims against the estate of Hsta Hrowning, deceas ed, are hereby notified to present the same ptoperly proven to me in my office in Greenville, Ky., on or before March 20th, 19 r r, or be forAll parties who are indebtever barred. f23 ed to the firm of R. Martin This Feb. 23, 1911. & (o. are earnestly requestW. II. Guav, ed to call and make full set- Lilui. of lisle Browning, deceased. tiements as soon as nos- 4 sible, as we are compelled Congress will adjourn Saturday, to collect all outstanding by expiration of time. The electLarge line of collapsible gocaits ... -- wv. at Roark's. ion of Senators by popular vole has . Pi ices right. tlemont with thi R. Mnrtin " been defeated, and while this is one estate. of lhe measures most demanded by I'resh, smoked and salted meats the people, it is not likely that they h of all kinds at J. E, Coombs & Co's R. MARTIN & CO. will get anything of consequence market. o 20 that is desired, and there will be no new laws enacted or old ones corCall on Leslie Hale, next to First Save your home by having your rected at this session. Slowly but National Bank, for candies, books, flues repaired. Barkley Bros, do surely the people are beginning to sundries, cigars, tobacco, etc. f$ this work in best manner. see just where they stand. No matter what you want in baby You are invited to inspect the J. E. Coombs & Co. buy beef carriages or carts, you can find it in most complete kltchsu cabinet ou hides. Highest cash price. the large stock on display at Roark's. ths market. Roark. e 1 V ... NOTICE! f ROARK Fvimiture, W&Jlpper, Shades, Moldings. Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wr&jppew, Slippers, Grdwve Vavxlts. Disinfection ROARK w . i ,i IRRIGATION Results Ver IN WINTER. Where Tried How Nature Provides Our Beauty, Health and Happiness. Is it not, po&iihlc, and altogether nrobable (lint elemtnta necessary for Umj h are contained in the med icinal roots found in the earth, diacftod . !.. uiu ..!.. iii iRiii i.iurii.Hy uif iHiuro rum made ready for mm or animal ? Therois a growing U lief among scientists that the vcgeU-.Mkingdom furnishes us wiili Uio necessary elements for blood making and to keep tliat delicate balance of health (hat the human animal ij rpt to disturb bv wrrna methods r f livin;;. Tics wo know that ve thoulvl t tli 3 y'.iu r.hatcs from tlc wheat m o?r brcau cr homo cereal foods, &::d ir. .1 from certain vegetable?, fiueh as rpiiMc !i end green. Jf there i) i M'callh then our best method f r reering our siar.dar.1 balance of h"ak!i ii to c tr Nature's Laboratory lio pli.:., l:io v.liich vrii! lurmeh I he remedy. JUirird deep in t rr foi efts is the pier." known a3 Golden cr.l (Hydiastis) the root of which Kdwhi &I. Jlale. M. D.. Professor ef Materia Aledica at Hahne mann Medical C llcre, Chicago, rtcte; "In relation t i:i general effects o: the rystem, there h no medicine in uec about whklf there is fueh general unanimity of opinion. It is unirpiraHv regarded as the tonic utelul in a!! de bilitated suites." Dr. Hale continues: Trof. John M . Senddcr snvs. stim ulates the digestive processes, and in creases the M&inuisticn or food. 11? these means the blrod is enriched, ar.u this blood feeds the muscular system.' ' I mention the muscular system becnuco I believe it first feela "the increased power imparted by the stimulation of increased nutrition. Tho consequent improvement cn the nervous and glandular systems are natural results.' " btilhneia or Queen's root n another root winch 1ms h ng been in repute si an alterative (blood purifier) and Prof. John King, M. I)., says of it: "An alterative unsurpassed by fcr if any other of Hie known alteratives; meet successful in skin nnd fcrofulons affections. Beneficial in bronchial affcctior.3 pcrtnanentlvcuros bronchitis relieves irritation an important couch remcdv coughs of years standing being cured. g Aids m and nutrition, nnd may bo taken without barm fcr periods." Jong Nearly forty ycrj".i no, Dr. I?. V. rierco of Buffalo, N. Y., combined a:. extract ot the two above rcots, together with that of Stono root, Black Cherry-barBloodroot, Mandrake ami Glycerine into a prescription which he nut up in a ready-to-us- o form, and called Dr. Pierce's Uolden Medical Discovery. It was most successful in correcting and curing such ailments as were di:: to stomach rnd liver derangements, followed by impuro blood. In cases of weak Btcinach. hi digestion, Qyspopsin, ulceraticn ct stcmnci1 or bowels, tovnkV lhTrjTOH'iKoOTncnfr tho K Golden Medical DiscoTcry" hr. never been excelled no n tfcr.ic and in vigomtor which viti i!:o afJfccttd c: gans "in tuna" ar.d enables then t peiforci tlu-i- proper functions. This alterati-.is indicate and when you haw ms of headache, backach?, in fait "echo all over." When your rpprtite is gene, tonrrc furrcd, bad ta.-t- in mouth, foul breath, when you feel weak, tired, biro ant discouraged, then is the timo lo tat' this natural rcrtorrtive of Dr. Pierce ''licld'-Medicnl i i.ct t fceret, or patent ricdicine, bceauro c' its injrrodivnto cr? printed on tho botV. wrapper. It contains no alcehel, e body-healt.. o &m&& &j &&& & B & m&&m KL pi,;, '! I4 Mm Satisfactory and In Western States. When water Is annlied either to bare oil or lo crops outside the regular Irri gation season it is termed winter irri- DAHLIA JACK ROSE. f'CjL f-B- 'i'yP fcv'w'' . Flowor One of ihn Most Profitable That Can B Grown. Karmors who grow ilowi'rs for profit this nppinls purtle- w a sdilu lino iilnrly to snint' of the farmers' wives V'MI "vu uwir ;,0(1 s'xp'' towns nro usaurwl by L. K. I'eacork of Itprlln. nl VttsL V " zf; (rJp"' r'f1 .Vi Jr '.,; 1!. T Howers. thnt tin; dahlia jack roso blossoms. ,nosl l)rort,,,"' "no Mr. Pencock rut blooms last season Hwt brought $0 wr hundred, while a MftfwnHiiiKetts man sold his output at Ft SO n lo7.en. As to this rose Mr. Pea- rock write?: "Now. after another year's growing. during which we had several acres. we can onh add to the praise extend- - r 7Z " gation. Tin practice thus far lias been contltied largely to tin wanner parts of the arid region, it has become well established In Arizona and California npd Is being quite rapidly extended to parts of Oregon. Kansas and the Cocky mountain stales. Mxiterleiice lias shown that a drop retentive soil Is cu liable of storing a large quantity of water. On account of the liiictuatlou of western streams of all kinds, from the small creek to I he large river, the greatest How of water often comes at a season when there Is least demand for It. In a few locali ties adequate storage facilities have been provided to retain the surplus, but as a rule It Is allowed to go to waste. The passage of so much waste water led to the Introduction of winter irrigation, and In nearly every case the results have been satisfactory. The chief differences between winter and ordinary Irrigations are the Inrger volumes used, the crude manner of conveying and applying the water and the dormant or partially dormant con dition of the plants at the time of Ir rigation. In Fresno county. Cnl.. water Is turned into the canals In .January and February. The large canals of the Modesto and Tmiock districts run more than half a head during the lat ter half of February. This Is the rainy period In both these localities. and the. soil Is usually too wet for plant growth, but water Is applied to alfalfa fields to till up the subsoil so as to provide a surplus for the rainless summer when water Is scarce. P.esides furnishing a supply of much needed moisture, winter Irrigation, when conditions are favorable, precuts winter killing and Improves the mechanical condition of the soil. - 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 A l 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. A. 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. 'It J. L. ROARK Estate ORIEN L. ROARK, Manager SL SL SL FURNITURE SL tstiblisfied 1879 1 x EALERS D IREC Distance Telephones: TORS Lo. Store 72; Home 103 8t tV)j tor i $i s m i$)i m tsi fa &j mj &j i m s s &j i to i blood-makin- OO Jei8OOOS9OO9OOeilltlllOt0lllltIOtl9ll UNIQUE WINTER PLOWING. J Snow Plowed Under Is Said to De "the Poor Man's Manure." Most farmers unhitch and turn In when snow begins to fall, but here DAHLIA JACK we have a picture of a Vermont man ed by us last year. It was the health-los- t his fall plowing after the plant we had on the place, the who finished well covered with the round was every flowlirst to get Into bloom, hud whiteness. er was perfect the entire season, which Snow has been called the poor man's In our location was a most trying one manure because It washes from the owing to the extended droughts. True, atmosphere as it falls some nitrogen the steins were not as long as they In the form ot nitrate of ammonia and should have been, but they were as The atmos sometimes nitric acid. long as those of Sylvia, recognized by phere contains varying amounts of nil as a first class flower with good very minute stems, and later In the season many these substances, but in .lust after an electrical jack rose stems averaged longer thnu quantities, any of the recognized standard varieties. Almost every special order for cut (lowers Included the jack rose. "Another thing not to be forgotten is the forcing quality of the jack rose, which Is even today being placed on the market and sold at prices far above clirysaniliemums, as It has that brilliant, rich crimson that appeals to nil and cannot be found in the chrys nnthemum a decidedly richer shade than found even In the Jacquetnluot rose." . reetiviiie Livery uo. BARBOUR HEAD, Manager k, METAL SHINGLES and have never needed Laid 20 years ago are C3 good as new repairs. Think of it I. What other roofing will last a3 long and look as well? They're fireproof, stormproof, and very easily laid. They can be laid right over wood shingles, if necessary, without creating dirt or inconvenience. For prices and other detailed information apply to to-d- r .": FIRST CLASS LIVERY SERVICE HIGH G. M. DEXTER & (0. (Mile, Ky. GRADE CLOSED CARRIAGES TLOWIXa SNOW IN YKHIIONT. to the Uulted States department of agriculture from Shanghai, China, iu VMS and tested the same seasou. It proved to have qualities that may make It valuable In breeding a corn adapted to the hot and dry conditions of the southwest The plants raised Iu the test averaged less than six feet in height, with an average of twelve green leaves at time of tasseliug. The f Inches ears averaged live aud in length aud four aud inches In greatest circumference, with six- leeu lo eighteen rows of small grains. On the upper part of the plant the leaver are all on one side of the stalk, Instead of being arranged in two rows on opposite aides. Hesides this, the upper leaves slum prwt Instead of dropping, and the tips of the leaves rifu therefore above the top ot the tas ol. The silks of the ear are produced lit the (mint where the leaf blade Is joined to the leat sheath. This corn I very different from any now produced In America. Its pecul iar value Ib that the erect arrange-- incut of the leaves on one side of the jiutlk aud the appearance of the silks hi the angle where the leaf blade Joins Uie sheaf offer a protected place in which pollen am settle and fertilize the Allies before the latter tire ever ex jHJscil to the air. While J his corn may be of little value itself. It Js likely that by crossbreeding these desirable qujtil Itles can be Imparted lo a larger corn The discovery of lhjs peculiar corn in China suggests anew the idea that although America is the original iipme of corn, vet it may by some means have been taken to the eastern heml sphere long before the discovery of America by Columbus. ! rotn descrlp Hons iu Chinese literature corn Is known to have been established in China within less Hum a century after the voyage cf Columbus. one-halone-thir- d A New Kind of Corn From China. A small lot, of shelled corn of a kind that Is new to this country was scut storm, the quantity Is Increased, as the electricity converts some of the free ultrogen of the atmosphere Into these available forms. There are more ni trates and ammonia salts iu the at mosphere nar cities than In the couu try. as these substances are fouud In the escaping smoke of factories. Itains and fogs and even hall wash the atmosphere of nitric acid aud am mouia salts. After a dry spoil a heavy shower will contain sometimes comparatively large quantities of these substances, and a late snow in the spring of the year, wljen the weather has been previously dry, will contain probably a larger quantity than even a rain, for the reason that the snow Is more finely divided than the rain drops aud washes the atmosphere more completely. There are annually brought down In rains, snows and dews about nine to ten pounds of nitrogen available for plant food to the acre. This, if bought iu the form of commercial fertilizers, I i.7.". assume. would cost, say. therefore, says M. A. Scovell of the Kentucky experiment station, that Is why snow Is called the poor man's manure, as it at least assists In bring' Ing this unicl) available nitrogen to the soil. puro, triple - relfned give ccrine being urcd 03 a. eolvent and rrc ecrvative. A good mcxiicil book, mitten i plain Englieh, ar.d mo from technic tcmio is a valuaMo work for frequei:' cucn a work is in. consultation. cj Pierce's Couim- -i Medical Ad viscr. It's a bech of 1CC3 pajes, pre j:ow, altiiounh formerly sold in for $1.50. Send 21 cents, i:i .i stain'xi, to pay lor cost cf d mailing only lo copv, addressing Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.; or 31 cents for an oiegantly d copy. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and invigorate etomach, liver and bowel.?. One a laxative, two of tLrce cathartic. Easy to take as candy. onc-ce.-pr.pcr-covcrecloth-boun- ether harmful, habit-farmin- g A New Newspaper A New Newspaper, the agentc-chemica- lly Feed nntl hitch business solicited, and given careful attention Day or Night Telephone No. 1S2 ii MHBEM SENTINEL" Edited and published by R. O. Pace at Greenville, made its appearance mm HOI lczziorzz)fc HOE APRIL 1, 1Q1Q . electing Wall Paper for one or any number .of rooms can be done with satisfaction at Roark's. In the fifty stock patterns shown there is wide variety of design and coloring. And the goods are ready for immediate delivery. One great advantage is the ability to get more if you find you need it, and if you have a roll or so over it is easy to return it and get credit. SOME OF ITS FEATURES v.All home print; all the home news m 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 dlHt ' wkAi, 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE CopvniGHTS &c. af d ilcscriptlon maj Anrono ncnrtlns n qulrklr iwrertani t.vr cinni. n free whothor on Invoiitlnn isjinb'H ,y pntPiil'ililo. Cunimunlo.v tluiisstrictlrr i UJot nl HANDBOOK onl'atcnts socuniiK patents. Bftit Ireo. Olilput :pii I'atpnu tnkpii it rmii Muihi .t t'o. rccolro tpeclal notice, nllliout ctmru". Ill tho MBI fJIHVPs v "r I If nut, Designs ivmnna tr The bay consumed by different ani mals does not vary greatly from three TKiunds dall.v for each hundred pound weight of the animals. The following table Is the result of various experi useful to lurnior who wUh to tteter mine bv cakubXioii lnfinuawl how their hay wlii hold out for the whiter: V.'orlnnr horses, tt.us pounds: milk rows, i! 10 lKJUUds. ruun;t growing car lie. U.tW pounds: Btvir. '2.KI pounds; irs cows. 'A'2 pounds; sheep.. I pounds iu this All the articles enumerated ford table are estimated us of good .mallty. If the fodder Ik of poor qual more must be allowed. Hav Consumed by Animals. meiitft by diflVrent itersoiis and will be Jr Sor.-.- o Bad parol Conditions. Two hundred dairy farms Jp a dozen PNHSCo.361Bfoad New York 6tatcs were Investigated apd Inspected Uronch Offlco. S V Bl Wasiinctoo. I). C aud rated according to modem stand dairy sauVlatiou. Out of the ards of J0O places Inspected the highest scor ing dairy was entitled o y.).S points ca out of the possible J0O. The lowos 1 scoring dairy was entitled to only y.M points. The ijveroge score of the 1200 Inspected was UO.OI out of tVe possible to take Cardul, for your female 100 points. Some of the stables weru troubles, because we are sure it fouud to be badly ventilated, badly will he'p vou. Remember that built and too small for the number of cows kept. S this great f cmab remedy An examination of the milk palls and the strainers usfd on tlie.se 'J00 farms made clear the fact that these things are often not so clean as they might be and as clean as people using them Imagine. Traces of old milk has brought relief to thousands of were fouud iu many seams and covers, places could all Jh oiher sick women, so why not to and In only the milk utensils be pronounced super- H Voi ? For headache, backache, periodical pains, femsle weak-;issIs. thoroughly wah ficially clean-th- at many have said U Is "tiio titl nnd scalded ai.rt given a full score for that condition. Milk coolers woiv Dt:t fTisdicino to tsKs; Try it i fonnfl in use on fatty eight farms. .Wit Bold in This City F3 OTr ten thermometers whip found hi i use on the 200 farms, and n at least 10." Instances positive knowledge regarding the temperature of the milk No mailer what tvpcwi iter you use, ?ou!d not b obtained except by the ribbons for it &ie it) stuck at this use of i'ae Investigator's own thermometer.' . . office. bonddomolr HlUBtratwl weekly. Tersest ( any HcientlUc journal. Terms. $3 a jrcnr: our months. fL. Sola by ail nowsdcalcrs. A ciewmc sifflmcan. JOB DEPARTMENT Wa Ask You Just at this time we have several SPECIAL BARGAINS IN QUANTITIES sufficient for one lo 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. O The Sentinel has one of the niost complete job offices in Western Kentucky, This department is under the supervisv ipn of Mr, E. E. Reno, cjne of tje most obliging and practical printers in the state, He will be glad to sec riis old cusfomprg, and to serve them when needing anything in thc jh line All machinery operated by electricity Qur price? arc rigfrtf j5atis Your patronage solicited, action guaranteed j fifty-eig- 5, ii Vhe HOE j. L. ROARK Estate. D tho use of A Kcodlnxntlvc, to keep the bowels open and prevent thc poisons cf undigested food from getlinginto your system. The Litest product of science is VELVO Lxtallve Liver Syrup, purely vegetable, gentle, H' k reliable . nd nf ...n i.l.kh.i vi. btuiiuji .U.J lewd-- , u .a t'.c trcuUa efficacj- - in constipation, indigestion, aut Hciuuuic, tuucjiaiuience, etc. lry vr it iible l m CZHOEZD C IOE fo LAXATIVE . Subscribe for lThe Record Only Sta LIVER SYRUP 1