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Mi GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1011. d Muhlenberg County is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clay.i in Ken- - etc, and the most inviting field tucky lor investment of capital and pluck. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE I VOL. XIII. NO. BETTERMENT OF BUBAL SCHOOL Slate-Wid- e Conference of tucky Educators, Ken- NOTED SCHOOL WORKERS TALK Unanimous Opinion of Those Present That It lc the Duty of the State to Cause the Country School to Encourage the Boy and Girl to Love Country Ll.'c and to Give Them the Ability and Desire to Love It. Uecnuso country II fo skillfully ami j intolligently directed assuredly offers - will develop all his talent without Bending tho 'children to school.' "A properly built. properly equip-reohocl hotifle will make ;oslblc industhe formnMqn of tries for the women nnd for th r.ion; it will encourage tho formation of citizens' leagues. "And it has been proven that 'pood ros ild follow Rood svhools.' " These wero but a few of the. many pertinent facts in conuection with hotter rural schools, which wore by tho many shakers at tho convention. Tho opening address of Prof. Hesonstdin. afterward cho en a3 president of the permanent organization, sounded tho keynrte of the He said in rart: coufcreuro. "We meet today as American citizens, franklv declaring the Stars and Stripes to bo our only protection. "Our coming together is tho result of a movement which has been bosun patriotic men of by the the Louisville Commercial club, liur-im- r the month of rocem"or that or ganization htiit out Invit itioas to a JSMs-wor- up l'fe's Iwittlel minds prepared ti .1 rrMter or MM th y make K.'il or are llvy to bo more h.norcl St hrmmett In t n Chtn.x " wall of dull I am ur we desitv to Wnie this nncstion answrred aright and tint jour Libor will r.ult In thJ of the primary and fundamental : chotda. more of honlth, of independence nnd evon of luxury, than la attainsblo In any city: and because It Is Imnoratlvo thnt unless the prob-lenof limiting tlio country school fit country life be solved, thoro Is eveij i thnt Kentucky, indication nently an agricultural stnto, will toon find herself with a decreasing, in ttend of nn Increasing, population, n stuto wide rural school conference was hold in Louisville, Wednesday March 29, undor the nuspicos of the Louisville Commercial club. It was a conforenco which may beat as "neighborly" bo designated conforenco which discussed the vital nnd pressing problems of Kentucky's rural schools, as man to man, ah noighbor to neighbor, each interested in finding tho proper way to make oor tho rural schools of Kentucky so that schools which fulfill th u mission schools which touch Intolli gently, sympathetically, constant! every social nnd and consciously the economic interest that concerns community may "take the place n the present intolerable niral school .system of the state. The conference was called to ord-at 10: 30 o'clock in the auditorium U the Seelbach Hotel. While practically all the states ol aro experiencing Sv i h tho middle-wes- t pre-Mii- t The r.n st think quickly educated farmer." concluded Prof. Hnllock, Ma the real Lord of Creation." was A '.baton's ooflfmlttee Mr. made. Mr. Athertoa road the report nnd losolutions, whlohrwerc as follows: Prcf. Uhondes then moved tii.it tho To the rerrIo ot Kentucky: This conference of many of your feltemporary organisation of tlx Kenlow eltlzeui Jim had under consideration tucky State Wid Rural Scho-j- l Conrurnl schools t!i curdltloii cf th ference be made the permanent throughout the ?tnte andi'the ways and We have of the ensuing enr, nnd means for their imprnveinafit. ench bother in the met thnt the officers and executive com- hopn to confer that we nriy nd the guickest. most mitter have authority to call a niOMt-lu- offettlxe and most practicable raethoJ'i of tho organization at any time of from the dllllcullks which lie and place thnt they might soe fit to lmmediat. ry ii th wny or Improvement. forward the work of the conference. Im'.liTcr.-i.due t a fnlbw! te appr. The motion was put to a vote l7 cl:ie ihc real vlue if fHluociti-M- l is One ba.i ry s tloun . Ucif-iih-Governor Wlllson, and passed unani- of tl.e tnward" .1 enien rnfro:itel very mously, th officers for 1011. thereitiftial 'ork In hl;her sta vi r.l of fore being. President. Superintendent the list lew kiiter tnt,trH .t'ia Ellsworth RogenstPln. and Secretary, t een ii d'.y o.-, tlu A. B. Lipscomb, both of whom had Indie itiriK i a ilec'd.-- innnt'i. that oar people wire ;i ikl.n; off thftjeliarg of been sicting In the respective capacithe ikiI end were aspiring lio plac the ties for the temporary organization. Ptnte om a s n.nd pro iresslvC educational Upon motion of H. H. Cherry, of basis. Ke ejolco oer eitizeu must Henderson, the chairman appointed n this awakening and all shoifot now- unite In a continuous, earnest effort to alone committee of live to formulato the noglc- -t of the pal. It would purposos and resolutions of the ccn for the ference ns follows: J. M. Athorton. chairman; Robert A. Cochrar. Rhondes, T. J. Coates. and .lames Speed. While this committee was at work. a brilliant address was deliverod by Prof. Egsleston. or Virginia, who spoke on the twin problems of tho and Consolidation rural school . g h m-e.i-i- . Sl-ity FOR COUGHS KING OF CURES THE WONDER WORKER FOR GOLDS FOR THROAT DR. KING'S AND LUNGS I FOR COUGHS AND COLDS PREVENTS PNEUMONIA I had the most debilitating cough a mortal was ever afflicted with, and my friends expected that when I left my bed it would surely be for my grave. Our doctor pronounced my caso incurable, but thanks be to God, four bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery cured me so completely that I am MRS. EVA UNCAPHER, Grovertown, Ind. all sound and well Price 50c and $1,00 ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED! SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY Trial Bottle Free Transportation. x Prof. Eggloston paid in part: We lr.ve no Ironclul rule, and should .'iip. liecane children ami n.it 1.. do l'nul.ttii and community ciwidttionsIron- acconllug to not . l.id r.di-sWe should t.ike the conditions accordingly. .is we nnd them, and I stiTpiwo the nlj't tious are the same that the imodJo will not con t. nivc up their little schools; that iti- - V:iin- s re ton for th chll !i schools with .'r.-the l" . r. at liarushin; tl'.it the roads nru out to h.ml the InMren; that the t.. hl'i'i. will trrexe in it.- ith. tr at Littt-n. h- - Ir.ist whll- - w:iitiiuf for the or while hel ik r.inaportcd; and ih..t th- eost is tiw ;r..it been m- -t Ml ln ill. si- objection t win-re- All Orwggists. Crown and Bridge. Work done DENTIST. priuea. OiUcc up at reasonable, A GIFT FOB GULTU! ru ;r-'i- stairs, in the Junes Building. Greenville. Ky. ; .1 1 I r OIMce CAM DR. li JIain-croH- T. ylc In ri J. SLATON, Maiuntrt-t-l- . - tully. declare-- ' 1'mf Kgglealon. hired ucar ntid Uurccan. Ifi WADL j j ELLSWORTH REGENSTEIN, frrttfOh?-tWi- s tu Snpcrintuid?Dt of Publi lustru- tion. Frankfort, Ky. numbor tf the loadinp pchr.ol men of ; lnir.ng the tlfth ycer f our polloy we isi- over 20a wagons running In nil s cttons of the State, nnd ur.der nlmost condition. We have ronts mlh-sami as short as as li tlC nut's We hnve watous tvo find On Bnol ltT.'H and li.id roads: on level niads .in.! mountain r...uN; on on m icndam rM-l.in. I rnid-rnids v roads. We have transnor-t.'ii- ii and wagons nn thr litest and most r.ioil. rn typ". and we h hp ortMnar' farm p for th fltt-and prei and two- I0 s frtir.ht. ev.-rfi.r-tel.-ti- t ror-k. rd-cjvd i n.-- who ItOWAKO. It. GRAY. HOWARD & GRAY, GRANT CRABBE, Prosident State Normal Sqhool Richmond Ky. be a us lf 83 task. In view of lug appreciiUfon of the Import JOHN of edtic-itio- LAWYERS. Office In at Crcrn Buildinf, opposite laMeale Hotel. DRS.HELTSLEY & HELTSLEY Office at Home, East Mdincrcss Street'. to muko.srt a . asking- - L .tei to .4Utond a jl ttoJdiiwWlii club, walie tor its advancement, and moral tralnim; or tne of the Stato la th- - one of moat wen- - ti. i.'.iran i Tclepltono No. 70. ol Dm. amber last. An organization was forjuod, an executive committee appointed, and it was decldod to hold a state wide convention on this date, in the interest of tho rural school movement. "The slogan, 'More Schools and Ttnttor Schools." means to the st .to more' factories nnd bottcr factories, moro railroads and bettor railroads, moro traction lines and lotter tion lines, more agriculture and better agriculture, more citizens nnd bet tcr citizenship in brief, school development moans state development.' Prof. Kegenstcin then Introduce 1 Captain Brinton B. Davis, president of the Louisville Commorcial club, It pov.i. lrrprtnnee. Knowledgn :il 'n up while Ignorance pulls down. It whtctv-w- ll I a er .tl constructive force Y" t ome Irrrslstlble If wisely developed lid pri-- ilv directed. Krnte. V is an nsrtcultural State. Thn pre-m.iMWity or iter neoP'c nm ,;n- In NoiiOEi Route OSTYICTROU XY!., trc win said: of I'lintrmnn ar.d Kentucky: It Is a noble calls' nit j today. It la n onusLiinps us here uoithy unit fireat as nny for which JOHN B. M'FARRVN, society has ever fnuilit. Wo st uul.ir us sjmo of Has Given Unstintingly cf His Time see aroundMen who have Itstruly d beanrs. Money For the Dtttermcnt and their lives to tho uplift of hu""'1 devoting tliolr time, manity, of Kentucky School Children. talents to the education of the growing movements to Improve rural schools gener.itlono. The Louisville Commerclil a are awakening to the necessity of Club extends to those gentlemen wo are welcome, doubly t beciuse e providing such training as will bound by n common Interest In the furthe country boy and girl to re- therance of a project for which they main at homo, rather than escape nn Hlvhnr their all. and to which wo fnln would contribute our mites. from home at the first opportunity, It is our duty to an exercise our atew- the question in Kentucky Is possibly anisbUs that those who follow may In moro vital than in any other stato herit a treasure crirlelieil through th manner of Its application. because of the fact that Kentucky IntelUjient Wo should tnko for example not tho counties now cannot tax themselves servant, who hurled his own talent la thi The disto erect school buildings. that he might return It luta. graceful condition of the little to hi master, but he who returned ten talents for the tlvo placed In his trust schools, tho lack of nn opinion In I hfllrve L am voicing c ings, tho overcrowding, the which you will reudl'y concur when Impossibility of I say thil the greatest of our natural r.' conditions, the the health of the chil- sti'irc s is the liutnnu mind Without that In others were dren under such awful conditions, in crent airt, allare people on uselessgljiK this deed. There spired the delegates to the stato-wid- o tveen ns richly endowed as w who have conference with a burning detormina have been by Mother Earth, but who, Ignorance, tion to sot Kentucky right before tho ovinr to their mine to lie allowed tteld unproductive and world, and give "a squaro doal" to nnd forest In other words, they nnd unworked. boys and girls of the state. This have not suftlelent Intelligence to appro the decision embodied in tho resolution. nriate their resources. This great natural resource the hu adopted by the convent ion, which man mind the excatest of nrthly bl'-- s says, "ReEolved, that wo most oarnost stuns, is then our inont cherished harl- Jy ask and petition tho next general ta?e and we should not only pivservo usury everassembly of our beloved common U intact, but put It out atfor talent. If It may return talent wealth to enact a law authorizing tho we afford our children greater ad m- counties to issue bonds fur building tnKes than we enjoyed, we ahull have school houses," met with the most the conscientious conviction of having performed our duty. profound and heartfelt approbation 1 he foremoHt need of an educatinal gn the part of all who attended. Rivtein is to keep abreast of the tint What waa root! enough for the fifteenth "The erection of sanitary, (food enough for jjghtcd school houses, proporly heat; eontury was not and the demands the century, of pd, wijl in addition enhanco the re- the twentieth century eannrrt lie met ly for tho. th- - pottage of the nineteenth eenlury tho community aped of 'J he current of life Is ever onward, but school. we cut off the buj shnl) we siy "It will enable larger rlnygroiiiiris wh't the river's Ifsource. , t to be provided, nnd honlt'oy. InterestIf wf fsl to xw tlie demand of tho ing and proporly directed games to bo times; IT wo dti not Interpret the call Of duty urtKht, wo .shall build m round Inaugurated for the children of tho thla prosperous oinpirn a Chinese w.ill community. It will make possible, within which will grow the rank werda tho school garden and agricultural of Ignornnuo and Idlenrss and vice and Imrrlug plot ' and manual training nnd d()r superstition, ehould aot aj the vital Im as spring showers puis a that mostlc science. on fertile f.nliitf. "It will make cnslcr the study of Show mo the wealth of Kentucky. You tho 'the economic Interests 'of tho com- will point not to theorwide fields or for the. waving munity by teaching the arithmetic, p'ts, or the streams, mountains with tliHr treus phyale.s, eniist ry, geography, urea; nay, you will point to the Immn language and composition that brlmrs who cultivate tho fields, wield th use in look TOWARD nnd not AWAY from ax and aaw nnd the forest, and open pick dynamite to the pnd shovel the farm itr.d country life, mountain caves. They constitute the "It will place the farmer boy on Brand hhsoI of tin? Sino of Kentucky nay. tin y are the State.an equality with the city boy. up the And what of those who "It will make possible, an education task when we rrllniiulsh take cull thoso for the country boy and gjil, which dren vnha c: v go to school to have their Mr. Hcllow-Cltlxeleons-cinteem-trcor-Cl- .il cn-urone-rooout-buil- d unhy-genig th-i- t HBTWBEN pursuits. lhs peoj le rre piend out over the country Louisville and Chicago I In : s mi. ite urd apart In their many Tins condition or life presents ltlSST LINE TO 10 len..- i1. similar In mnny ways from by the cjtlen and be Lose Is Ana. f: i f anions thesa problems and the he ebf uiivi of tho children, in pro- I Mnu !i.1 houses und In scndlnf? the Vast Northwest h lreii t.. tlicse houses, the cllles nnd a much simpler task tbnn tlie ti wi.s li.i om.Ues The former enjoy tho mlvnn- t.i .ia of i more efllclent and romprehen- - Two trains daily Th'-not as units. e co- - peratlon. as one body. They Impnso French Lick and West Baden Springs. They ml distribute the revenue their corpomto limits. In tUM wi through this UNION STATION, oil houses are more readily con- LOUISVILLE. stn cted 'ii.l maintained. The children DBA Ii UO UN STAT ION, .iv. shorter distances to go nnd gen- ronda and In tho cr I'v hue smooth CHICAGO. iisriciiltural i 200 Others 57S, 8100, 5150 California ! tir nie t l 1 The Victrola adds to the refinement of any home, because it plays the very best music of the world, and because its artistic lines give it a natural place in the decorations of the cultured home. The Victrola plays" such a wide range of music, you must use good judgment or your record library will be immense. ,We want to help you select them, and since we know the merit of each Victor record we can help you. VICTOR PRICES SAME EVERYWHERE-PERSON- AL SERVICE HERE -- meet tho requirements of sanitary laws In order to establishprotrct and promote the health or the how can the money ba J. D. EGGLE3TO.V JR.. chlli'ren. uul'.dlnt; homes in Buparlntendont of PuhlJo Instruction, obtained forcounties of these State? This the th v.inous Virginia. Is nd the time or plnee to so Into de tailed description of a sanitary school v lineKft vasons. and In one Inatanoe housi. It Is s iflleient now to state thnt transoortatloit wngon every hnvo a be largo should schoolroom men ns u is caueii or and fifty chll hauls hetwten forty-fiv- e dren to school every day. Most of us neree that the prou.em we have not solved, hut must solve, is now to mnko the 'country -- hool nt country life. Only thnt schools fulfills Its mission which reaches out snd touches intent centlv. sympathetically, constantly, ami conscientiously every social and economic Interest that concerns Its community. nd so, when 1 speak of the consoli dated school In Virginii. I mean Rrouplni;, at some central point, of sm ill schools Into a larger scnooi ror me pur- noe of worklnir out this problem ot ninklue the school serve Its community bv lneulcalln? a purixis-fu- l and a spirit of civic need meeting placs The ruml and for educational, economic, purposes. The consul id. i ted scliool pro for mih metlngfs n proper vldes mcanliiK o In other words, the the consolidated sehool Is thnt It tends m Koolillae community life: It tends to ten brealt nn unsocial and tion Th se structnl .,'1 Mtions now come up for solu how should school houses bo con- - i lte.s to d street-car- s, Dinin? and Parlor Cars. Palace Drawing Room Sleepers. E. H. BACON, D. P. A., N. W. Cor. 4th nnd Market Sts. ' LOUISVILLE. KY. J" j r- - J. L. ROARK ' - four-hor- ESTATE It? ' KlU-c- ir J. H. HAYES Painter and Interior : Decorator. : Have You Tiled ediu-utloi- i de-p- st There is a bottle of Cardui waiting for you it. the drug store. Have you tried it? If not, we urge you to do so, before your troubles have obtained such a hold on you, that nothing will drive them out. Even now, it may be nearly too late. But try it anyhow. If anything can help you, Cardui will. It has helped in thousands of cases, where other medicines had been tried in vain. Why should it not do the same for you? anil-soci- deiu-les- . sltnth pu-'n- We must pet tho Idea burned Into tha bnilns and hearts of the farmers and their wives, that the schools should have, nnd does hnve, a deep and alildiiiK In work, and Is terest In their every-da- y determined to help them y and their chll life of the dren tf make the every-daprofitable, is community economically purpose. our A Utile Good Pedni h Time Saves $ $ $ . J4H The Woman9 Tonic i. his-tor- j, - At the conclusion of his address, wliirli was wondorfully romiirehon sivi nnd had the n.ldpd merit of ing a trnnsciipl from re.il life, a rotk trd of aotunl experience, Prof. It. I HnllecU, in brief tnlk, onlled ui tontion to the fact that there was no stnto from whom Kentucky would as willingly learn as front "her mother also. ftto, Virginia." Prof. Hnllock Viw groeted with applause when 1k MI nm glnd thnt poople liavo conio to acknowledge thru it requires more brains to make a sua pew in the country than in tho oily I tako off my hat to the man whq vns success In the country. In tho pijy ljfq runs alon? in comparatively grooves in the ooitutry things siro ghnnKiug eontlnually. Now yrohloms confront you with cah day, a is imperauve. A maa ' M'MENHY UllOAUS. OwtMiaboro. Ky. Ips than enough to Hive mv!i pnpll S50 cubic of frah air: should be lighted, vvntll il0 and hvnttd: jiroii-rlshould b with all nwressiry tol'.ot arr.mffment and should lmvu amjle playgrounds nd Pure water. Th pwinjo of our Stato do not yet the Imminent danger sutticlcnU.v lo the health ami lives of their children majority of the school -from the fjt nt When yourbuiWingincctl painting, every tlay's tlclay costs you money. TIjo un. ruin, snow and Iroit ate getting in their woik. Lumber costs too much to let it decay for xyant of a little paint. It cosU lets to uo good paint than to go with-oit. Wo use nothing but ooc paint on cut work. CARTER Strictly Pure WHITE LEAD Pure Linseed OU, Pure Turpentino nd tho most cxpenstvo colors scales "My daughter, Oc'.ava, would have been in her grave today, had it not been for that fine medicine, Cardui," writes Mrs. Laura Lawrence, of Drennon Springs, Ky. "Nothing I tried helped my daughter, until she had taken Cardui. I had sent for the doctor, when I thought of your medicine and got a $1 bottle. When she had taken four doses she became all right. I often recommend C?rdui to my friends." Your druggist sells Cardui with full instructions for use on the bottle. mi Write fo: Ladies' Advisor Dept., ChailancofM Medicine Co., Chattanooga. Tcnn., lot Special Instructions, and64-pac- c book, "Home Treatment for Women," sent free the country districts. Th y dp not reulix the fact tliat much expense that rults from, sickot the ness, unions children, tn any nothinj; of tho mental anxjety and suffering, could hoa- -s at thwi?hout le avoided iiy bulldiiiK Manltary sehool- houses. In truth, tlra school house is tho place and the only place tn meet nnd y tuberculoiiis and many other fa- dtrdiseases. tal Tho kind of paint wc ujs never cracks or only years of wear will remove it. Let us figure with you when ready to paint and durable job We guarantee a prices reasonable. Don't put it oil. Ilex can tha coaatry. d ycopl obtain oa Ith pasJ Telephone No, 254, WAIMPER Special Pies, at Mil an HB HS.J gUWG oooeo3099oooooaaaeoeaaoeaaaeaaaaaooooaee9ao I j THE ORIGIN OF LANGUAGE At the Literary Club the other evening we heard a short lecture delivered by Judge Quill Price on the meaning and origin of language. Judge Price is a thorough linguist and understands readily about twenHe said in ty different languages. part: "Gentlemen: It was not my purpose to make a talk before the Club this evening; however, being request' cd by a number of those present, shall offer a few thoughts on the subject, "The Origin and Meaning of Language." This subject is one that is somewhat complicated and obscure in its original sense. Let us first define language antl then trace Wc believe that its development. we may be safe in saying that the human brain is the origin, or rather the center and source of human language. And language is to the brain a vehicle for thought and means to communicate ideas and impressions of existing conditions of things. Language consists in impressions and expressions. Perhaps it shall be well enough to add that there arc different degrees and kinds of language, communicative and capable of making impressions and exerting an influence. Language is bodies of words ami methods of combining words used and understood any means of expression or communicating feeling or thought. In the usual sense language means a system of conventionalized signs, that is, words or gestures having a fixed meaning, cxprcssiom that con vcy ideas, expressions that symbolize ideas. Bodily expressions, whether gestures or articulation and inscriptions, as printing, writing arc its chief forms; but any systematic symbolism is in a more or less transferred sense called language. The faculty of verbal expression and the use of words in human intercourse are words themselves in their grammatical relationship articulate sounds by which animals inferior to man express their feelings or have the ar ticutate otvUcai uiii;ujui have the inarticulate or what might be termed the dumb language, consisting in appearance and movement. Poets frequently allude to this language, the language of art, of nature, of flowers, of the forest and of the stars, the whisperings of the wind, the muttering of the waters, the halo of the bright day dawn make impressions as by vocal language and attract human thought and consideration. The articulate and inarticulate language are necessarily connected in making more perfect communication and presentment to the mind of the condition of things existing. Now as to the origin and commencement of the articulate and vocal language, it can not be def iuitely determined. We believe that the primitive language of the human family consisted in a language of signs and motions which antedates the use of the articulate and vocal. Our philologists anthropogenists and historians fail to fix a period for the commencement of vocal language and utterances; historians differ in regard to the appearance of man upon the woild. Our biblical history supposed to have been written by Moses reaches as far back as six thousand yeais, commencing with Adam the first man of the Jewish history. While Berosus, the Chaldean historian, antedates the Jewish history, as does Menetho, the Egyptian historian, also that of the Chinese and other chronologists. But without entering upon a discussion of ancient history and cosmogony, we shall add that it is believed by our scientists of the present age that there was a prehistoric period of the existence of man, and that there are three periods ia which man has lived, the stone, the bronze and the iron ages; and during part of the stone age language and communication were effected by signs, motions and sounds, which became really the root of all language. Following signs came sound, following sound came symbols, hieroglypls and cuneiform characters; following these came dialects aid d Es:eizcd language. We do not think that vocal and ar ticulatc language could have been the work of a short period, but gradually progressed by use from iius.diid sounds. As we have it is cur opinion that man in his met rudi state of ?he pre historic fcr.ad did ill of Hid com rtunicstion by si.fns md sire pit sounds, sifcilar to that of the beast; wtit having i greater fcrajn 'capacity 1 aoaocooooeoaooeooooessooaoooooooeooooocQO0OOO9ae HB5HJatJJalJMiH An Independent Newspaper. and an intellectual faculty, the organs of articulation over the beast, and having a desire for the communication of thought a gradual advance to that end was made, from signs to sounds, then characters representing sounds, then letters and an alphabet with meaning, signification and interpretation. From the alphabet, words were form cil making phntM'sitml MMttvuccs, subject to rules and parts of speech with meaning; and lunjrunxc was lumlo a science to be used without the .special tine of signs: altho signs arc not now used to communicate thought hs once, hut belli; the fundamental ami original source of nil human language they are .still in use to some extent anil seem to be instinctive, not only with man but with benst. If the ucnat could articulate and had the vocal organs of speech, they might communicate witlt each other and with man; they can only communicate with signs and sounds, altho understood in meaning: while the beasts cannot understand our language they can be made to understand out sounds and si,'ns. We use signs with our language, often to malte it more etrecttve and forcible, this is manifested by our orators and speakers in their enthusiasm of subjects and issues presented before the people. Many persons who nae different languages can understand each other better by signs than the use of the vocal language. We are of the opinion that vocal language, which was derived from signs, was once one language, but by dispersion of man different dialects and speech originated until a multiplicity of forms of speech and dialects sprung up; and we believe that in the course of time language will be consolidated and united into but one or two forms of speech. We shall not undertake to weary your patience with a comment on the various idioms, dialects, tongues and the phonetic construction of sound and pronunciation that have taken plaie in the run of language among the various nations of people, such is not properly within the scope of our subject; but some future time we shall glad to talk on the development of Wo have had con vocal language. siderable experience in the various languages, having studied and mastered a considerable number in our younger days; we admired some better than In studying the Hebrew, Others. It reek aud Latin language we found tierman and French language. We must admit that we are partial to the Iinglish language and we believe that it shall pome day be the leading language of the world. JSefore concluding let me repeat that to fix a time and place of the beginning of vocal language is something very diflieult; if we could determine the exact period in which man appeared upon the world we might arrive at a more definite conclusion of the commencement of lan gliage. Mankind has long dill'ered as to the age of the world and of that which it inherits. Our geologists and paleontologists have taught that the world has existed for many thousands of years and has passed through transformations and phenomonal changes and tliat it had existed for a number of periods of time before man appeared. Hut I shall not lake yout time to comment on such science as anthropogeny and paleography. Perhaps I have already occupied more of your time than I should, so 1 shall oloso aud you can proceed with your regular discussion and criticism." After Chairman Price had concluded short speeches were made by Parson Peveler, Dr. Eades and Professor Hickman iu way of comment which will be reported next week. HONDO. HLENBERG COUNTY RECORD PRESS, in. kv Kick, OlMEN L. ItOAXK, AVINGS BANK IliiiPilP ' PrMMeuU Secrvmry. Okisx ! L,. Roakk, Euitok. I 'MJS'JOlstantto Telephone, lio. 72. in new miuicx reir of str. ground lloor. 50 CRTS m YEAR. IK ADYAXCE. TBRMS. Tio-iii-. f1 Greenville, Ky. Appreciating' your past patronage we solicit all or part of your UV in ic i wl ('.-- j.i.ino., i . l.'.i ; r i'i.im iii r r'ptioa (Hirciil to pn porta jmytv n4 when the time h t'splrtnl 'i phM, ike pttpor will be stopped. r t'liioaa. obtttiary uottooa. etc., tf not . V.-- i A 4 uiill.i4jvep7VI vi;i i. :iirnltibel w rtwjUMK. A '.I ail cotDHmak-tiUuu- a M r line wilt be HKidc fur auceeoU-tut- : AriKtiuH ui thtarnle to nnyoi5. .imps; capita will tm mailed. will be tHwrtetl. A rntccnril N. ajm! wakr nil rv ItEt'ORn rR88R. QiwHTilte. Ky. 13, 1911. Iluea, will be pulitl.ihod free. A future Banking business. TOOS. E, SUMNER, Cashier. Paint Youp Home With Pleasing Colors Wich our experience we can be of service to you THURSDAY, APRIL RSI NATIOnAL BANK Katre4 at tb OreenTlll, aooHd-elaa Ky., patioillco ti n tutor. . Ah Richard Lloyd Johks, of New York, secretary of the Lincoln Farm Association, telegraphed to the delegates at the "Lincoln Wnj" meeting at Kiizabelhtown Saturday that the memorial building nt Lincoln farm in Larue county, would be which is the dedicated on June birthday of Jefferson Davis. A Kansas editor announced recently he would try for one week to be entirely truthful, and he is still in the hospital, lie didn't get past the first day. The following item appeared in Monday's issue and now the boys are getting out the paper. "Married, This is what he said: Miss Sylvia Rhode to James Canna-haSunday evening at the Baptist church. The bride was an ordinary town girl who don't know any more than a rabbit about cooking and net-e-r helped her mother three days in her life. She is not a beauty by any means and has a gait like a duck. loafer, The groom is an has been living oil the old folks all his life and don't amount to shucks anyhow. They will have a hard life while they live together." suggesting tasteful color schemes and combinations that will make your home appear to best advantage in its surroundings. in HOUSE PAINT GREENVELLE, KENTUCKY DIRECTORS W. A. Wickliffe, W. G, Duncan, G E Martin, R. T. Martin, E. J. Purycar, C. M, Martin, Jno, T. Reynolds, Jr. gives greatest durability and beauty and best resists rain and shine. It costs less because it takes less and lasts longer. Come in and ask us to show you harmonizing color suggestions. The standing and responsibility of the men who constitute our Board of Directors arc a guarantee of careful, judicious management. Greenville Milling' Co. I iicoi-ponitci- l. GKEI-KYILI.I-- , -:- - KENTUCKY. 'OQ3aooocoooeaoaaoooeo9ao3ooo9eo9oooeooocaaaos0 TUN (ABUTS Al MARK'S. If you have not heard the Victor talking machines, call at Roark's. If you have heard them, call again and often; they never grow tiresome. Large library of records nnd all kinds of talking machine supplies. 1 - 'The one-thir- Made-to-We- ar Faint91 two-third- s, Foreign Education in Fire Prevention. 1 1-- ; - :- ""J as.- - 7r now ht the subject of tire prevent ton' by the public schools of the In several states provision country. has been made for the inclusion of lessons in fire waste, fire prevention and the ordinary fire hazards in the couise of study, while some states have set apart one afternoon each year as "fire da", when public exercises arc held, with essays, discussions, fire drills and talks by fire men and insurance agents. It is certain that the American public requires education in the matter of the fire waste, most of which is due to carelcsness, and this education can very well begin in the schools, so that the younger generation will understand it, with the assurance that the children will carry home with them what they have learned and the matter will become a subject of discussion about the family fireside. That there is good precedent ,for this policy is shown by the report of the special commision of the Uritish Fire Prevention Committee, which visited Germany to study fire protection condition in that country. This report dwells on the fact that "much is being done in Russia to install into the minds of children at an early age the nec esstty of exercising great care in the ose of fire and artificial light. The geueral result of this is that the children at an early age are taught by lesson, by fable or by suitible pictures the necccsity of being careful when using matches or open g lights, when approaching fires, lamps, etc. They are especially warned as to the dangers of gasoline and also such materials as celluloid, etc. Tncse simple educational methods are having a most marked effect oa the whole of the oming generation in Prussia. The effect of the teaching upon the children has also made itself so felt among their parents tbat they too of late years have become a great deal more careful. The full results of the new teachings will, however, scarcely be felt for another ten years. There is not the least reason why the principle here referjed to should not be adopted by the educations! car-ryin- ifcayyji.we ..afiW'S w the G. M. nwi'11 If you expect to do nny painting, you arc interested you should be in the quality of the paint to be used. In any given job of painting, labor represents practically material d the cost. It stands to reason that with so much expense in labor, the enduring finality or the paint id all important. Why have the painting done unless the protection and durability of the job 13 sought? How is one to determine the true value and obtain paint that maybe depended upon for durability? GREEN SEAL PAINT IS NOT A SECRET. This paint has ..li'PL. KILLthe and WITH CURE thz LUNGS couch F1ICS Dr. King's New Discovery VOLDS ?3D ALL OB 3CONXT on .very package. -. vL "1 t,r ,w composition of the paint. IS THIS OF ANY VALUE TO YOU? Yriti feWcFm AKttlUHi T1KXMLES. iT OUGHT TO BE. GSEENVILLt, KY. GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY! DEXTER i FOR 3AJ.E BV UCFOlfDID. & CO. Give us your job work. n n mm in Mm ni.-i"iii- m r i n g Mj.umwwHWMM? liner McCracketi arid Watchmaker Jeweler j - J taen! We represent the Home insurance toat tar JS pBT " writes all kinds of farm and city property. I ance(o.o(fl.Y.i SfC iPk s am opening a shop, complete modrepair ern equipment, in Roark's furniture store, and solicit the patronage of the public in Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairs. Work given prompt and careful attention, and best materials used. Also repair Guns, Revolvers, Typewriters, etc. All work guaranteed. I first-clas- GIVE ME A TRIAL "The Liver Pills act So Naturally and Easily." Such a statement, coming from I' FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY BURGLARY" BONDS ; Snyeanfeg; IB the cashier of a bank, shows what confidence responsible people have in these pills. Mr. A. L. Wilson after trying them wrote: "I liavo used Dr. MIIob' Norve - and Liver Pills nnd also your n Pills, on myself, with good results. The Liver Tills act so naturally and so easily that I scarcely know that I have taken a pill. Frequently being' troubled with headache I n Fill and get take an immediate relief in every case." A. U Wis.qn, Sparta, 111. Mr. Wilson was for a number years cashier of the First of National Bank of Sparta.' Anti-PaiAnti-Pai- I llwiBS'E)SS 11 mmm ENGRAVERS US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE. (GIVE DlflfWlfifdl I . BQWO KY. Hhe IRecorb Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality. GREEHVILLE. ill 9 LrHARCOURT&CaLouisville.lfe 3 I Oil MANUFACTURING a Dr. Miles' Nsrve and Liver Pills Many are different from others. kinds of liver pills are "impossible" after one trial on account of their harshness. Dr. Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills do not act by sheer force but in an easy, natural way, without griping or undue irritation. They are not habit forming. ir the first bottle falls to benefit, your drunglst will return the price. Ask him. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, In?. ffjgS IMS I ?1 I reflWrinrsw r FROST PS00F CABBAGE PLANTS GUARANTEED TO SATISFY CUSTOMERS FROM HIE GKIG23AL CABBAGE PLANT GROWERS. J'T',- - 1 7 authorities." In Germany the average annual fire loss is about one tenth of what it is in the United States. Much of hutciue to the giealci' tctie of fcrsoBxl rcponsit:!ity tor tires bv lit ticrnun and SKARTFTLMUltD II AT LiL TVIt W$$-$t$m..c rr.. nv.uiuwi !y m Ua will cr.n be lr.U rirlil ever wood thhiclcs if neccmarv " t i i i t never rn- - . i.3 .1 iq iuuun-- r i CTjtnm-- nth cJiicaivr:l methods. Similar ar.tioi in .his ouli ectly reduce the ore ".aste and also the cpit of insurance. Telephone that grocer . Lid c want to r.oiT c ri:u la m crew !h f.Mt r.TJST M 10 PUNTS in SV. 'i.w hare over twentv thousand satisfied s. We h crow i nnd atM more cihSit' plnl ttwn all other peronln the Southern etoten ocmhlner). WilV) 15i"iue rv.r plants mnt l aeor w. send your money back. Order now; : :. ft in tin-plant la your cctioa to et extra Cirly cabbage, and they are tht ones sen ior me in on in nij. u tine or We sow ihroo of Cabbage Seed l'lanti. Vrtilt plants otthobett varieties. and ommint.i'a. WHtn f ir frvooataloff ot contalnins vlu-l'linfomattoti alxmt frnlt and vecotAblB trrowlny. IVIcct on Cablwee riant We Established 1 860. Paid In Capita! Stock $30,000.00 mi tons psr seasan stVarV lnl Jf)c Morgan and get the best jjoods at lowes: prices. g. is. mm a co. (mmt, ...! Vr Ky. 0 .atS!.ofr. wtSft4l iowrt.Vusd:axHto9.ouot.4Jrtbottwd:iaca)andoTtr tab. 1syt lilnd. Cur spccls! c rs'.o cc z'.taSz l;vuj lev.--. Wkii. C. Gcraly Co., Box 373 Youj.j2s Eslacd, 3. C c;p.-ci- Makes the most nutritious food and the most dainty and delicious. ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar No fussing or fretting over the biscuit-makin- g. Royal is the aid to many cook's success. Royal Cook Booh. a 800 Receipts Free. Send Name and Address. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.. NEW YORK. I. C. R. R. LOCAL TIME CARD. Needles for all sewing machines at Roark's. NO. 123 102 104 13d south bound. Cincinnati Louisville Express K.xpretw SOUTH UOU.VD. LouU villa Lliulteil Central City ncroin Pntlueah and Cairo accom 5.15 am IS.lOjim Fulton Accommodation 3.40 j'tn New Orleans Special X. O. Speo. Louisville itasur. only . . 1.20 mn W.G.OitAwronii, Apt June 5. 1910. 135 121 101 103 NO. Dr. Henderson, pastor, closed the series of services Sunday that have been in progress at his church .....11.25am 1.54 pm for two weeks. There were three 4.USaiu 7.15 jira additions to the church and con siderable interest aroused. Hot drinks of all sorts now at Male's fountain. Mr. (J. J. Rice, who is a member of the civil engineering corps of the I. C. railroad, and who has been spending the winter at work on track improvements in Mississippi and Louisiana, was here a day or two the first of the week on a visit to home folks and friends. See Cocmbs & Co. sell your beef hides. before you 027 HE IS RISEN. Sweet the chimes the bells arc ringing, Sweet the carol the angels singing; "Risen Is our Lord most glorious. Over sin and death victorious." He is risen tell the story Wafted from his throne of glory; From the bonds of death set free O, grave, where is thy victory? Angels, strike your harps of glory: Waft, ye winds, the joy ful story While with happy voice we sing. Praises ta our risen King. - Carroll Johnson, ckyred. died at Thurs-- 1 hi hitiVcftr ttYc-elay morning, after an "illness of some months from consumption. Funeral services were held at the A. M. E. Zion church, Friday after noon, conducted by Rev. Gordon, of Morton's Gap, and interment followed in Fairmount cemetery. t iuUt Have Barkley Bros, repair your flues, and prevent a fire loss. Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Yost have the sympathy of friends in the loss of their baby girl, which died last Sunday is Master. I'hursday night, after living only a few hours. Burial was in Evergreen Let Mc fix your clock. cemetery Friday afternoon, services Look out for a cold snap about being conducted at the graveside by Dr. Henderson. The condition of Easter. the mother is highly encouraging. Fiscal court was in session first Caladium bulbs for sale by Mrs. of week. Jennie E. Roark at 10 cents each. Give Joe Morgan your laundry. The Sunday school Easter pro Spring term of circuit court will gram will be given at the regular Sunday school hour 9.45, at the start Monday. Methodist church. Come at that Rains have hampered trade some- hour if you desire to see and hear the children. There will be preach what this week. ing at 1 o'clock, but the evening Mr. Arthur Howard is taking the service is called oft in interest of school census. the revival at Cumberland church. 1 After Easter we may expect some For pure drugs, etc., call settled weather. Taylor & Poole, druggists. on "Uneedit," lor & a new drink, at Tay Poole's drug store. No matter what the weather, the woman with a new filmy outfit will feel comfortable Easter. There will be a series, of rpvjval services begun at the Cumberland. Presbyterian church next Supday. ri: J. E. Coombs & Co. bpy beef .hides. Highest cash price. The Greenville Milling Co. has just received a complete stock of artistic mantel and hearth tiling, in various colors and shades, and solicits an inspection of the line, which is superior to anything that has been seen here, except in the expensive imported ware. This is domestic, but compares with the offerings of any forcjgn maker. Telephone No "5 and your laundry will be called for and delivered. Jr., have Mr. and Mrs. William Halljnap, An event is bright or sad, sweet a fine girl at their home, or bitter, deadly or life giving, acborn to them last Thursday. cording to the quality of the soul tuvcry event is Mr. John H. Martin is operating wnicn mccis 11. a freight transfer to and' from the charged" with germs of heroism but depot, and will at once add vehicles only to the hero. Jesus Christ met on the road a group of children, an for passengers. adulterous woman and a Samaritan If you want that dead walch or woman, uml caHi time humanity clock put to work, let Mo have it rose to the grandeur of God. and he will put it to running. Roark's furniture polish is someProf. McHenry Rhoadcs, of what better than the rest, and is sold Owensboro, was here. Monday, re considerably cheaper, and with the newing eld Vcqunintance and Ll broadest guarantee .meaty back if tending to Luiiacss nutters. juot better than any you ever used -- christiaB Dics in 0wens- Kcntuckians Always Stand Together. DR. C. FORREST BOQGESS Kcntuckians, at home or abroad, boro. Well Known Here. believe in our " United we stand Mrs. Jennie Christian died in divided we fall," and this is exemp Died in Louisville Sunday Owensboro last Thursday morning at Noon, of Typhoid lified in the following press telegram, and was buried there Friday. She first of the week from sent out the Fever. was well known here, where she Durant, Okla., anil will interest our made visits to her children and readers, as both parties arc known Muhlenberg Boy Becomes Lead- other relatives, and was a woman of here, Dr. Short being especially well charming traits, being loved by all ing Louisville Dentist. known and having many relatives who knew her. Her husband died in this and McLean counties: about ten years ago, but she was "Dr. W. G. Short, of this city, is Was Active in the Development survived by seven children: D. W. the latest Kcntuckian to attain poof State's Metropolis. Christian and Mrs. H. N. Howerton, litical honors in the new State of of this city, Mrs. R. T. Miller, Mrs. s Oklahoma, where sons of the country have been unusually Dr. C. Forrest Boggcss, son of the C. A. Brown and Misses Jennie and favored in the past few years. Dr. late Rumscy Boggcss, and member Nettie Christian, of Owensboro, and Short, who is a native of McLean Mr. Albert Christian, of Memphis. county, Ky., and who came to Okla- of a large and prominent family in homa from Uniontown, in Union this county, succumbed to an attack All telephone orders promptly county, Ky., in 1903, has just been of typhoid fever in Louisville last Taylor & Poole, druggists. commissioned State Drug Inspector Sunday. For some time Ire had been filled. by Gov. Lee Cruce, who is also a in failing health, and his condition Kcntuckian, he being a native of k Wedding. Marion, county seat of Crittenden was noticed by his friends when he was here a few weeks ago on a visit Mr. Allie C. DeWitt, of this city, county." to his old home and friends. Dr. and Miss Bcttic Rothrock, of South Central City Loses in Census. Boggcss was a man of .strong char- Carrollton, were married at the home acter, and had made an enviable of the bride's mother last Monday The cei.S'is bureau Tuesday gave out a list of many Kentucky towns position for himself in his adopted night, just a few friends being in The bride is an atand cities, showing the population city, where he was identified with attendance. as returned. There were many sur- many important movements. His tractive young woman, and has prises, all along lines showing less efforts were crowned with success, many friends and admirers. The people than claimed, and Central and he had made many fortunate groom is the manager of the Central City's showing of 2545 is a loss of investments, accumulating a com- City Ice Co.-- , and they will live in some 500 on its showing of two or fortable fortune, being a large holder Muhlenberg's metropolis. three years ago. The population of of real estate in the city and in There has been practically no Greenville was not announced, but Jefferson county. The Louisville Times of Monday, in commenting change in the condition of Mr. is about 1G00 it is thought, which Jesse Wallace, who is very low, but is a gain of something over 50 per on his death, said: a illness of is holding his own as well as could "After cent. Central City gained almost cent, in the last decade. typhoid fever, Dr. C. Forrest Bog- be expected. 100 per gcss, one of the best known dentists Save your home by having your in Louisville and a large real estate flues, repaired. Barkley Bros, do owner died at noon Sunday at the this work in best manner. Deaconness Hospital. He had been in declining health for several months Mr. T. B. Pannell is improving but was not compelled to take his nicely, and it is hoped he will soon bed until three weeks ago. The be out again. He is suffering from funeral services will be held at 3 rheumatism still, but other conditions o'clock this afternoon fromlhc Crcs arc much more favorable. cent Hill Christian church, with interment in Cave Hill cemetery Secures Help for Lincoln Institute. Dr. Hoggess was born at GreenKirkc Smith, of Lebanon, was Ribbons for all typewriters, legal ville, Ky. 1S66. He graduated document and manuscript covers, from the Louisville Dental College here this week soliciting funds for the new Lincoln Institute, devoted manifolding and other papers, legal nineteen years ago, and since that to the education of colored people, blanks, carbon papers in all colors, time had practiced in Louisville. and was successful to a very gratifyand general office supplies at this He held many valuable pieces of ing degree, the white people reoffice. real estate in Jefferson county, and sponding liberally in donations. was an active member of the ComSentence Sermons. The new location of the school is mercial Club. He was a member in Shelby county, where some 450 The wisdom of Maurice Maeter of the Crescent Hill Christian church. ; acres of fine land have been set nred, linck: The words we utter would . The body was removed to the homr v aso c9itiT3tiisbavebceit .'etroreiy'rt have rvo menin, except for trei 0 ,, silence in which theyJIoat. buildings, costing Juoo.ooo. Iurm- McCuistion, 1112 I'orcst Court, ing will be carried on extensively, Nothing happens to us that is not where he made his home. mechanical courses will be taught, of the same nature as ourselves He is survived by his wifeCnncr We death. If ly Mrs. Anna Degarmo; his mother. and the general education of the "lored race will be conducted un- thirty years of felicity end in an ac- Mrs. Elia Boggcss, of Greenville, ,cr lhe most fav0rable conditions cidental death, all those thirty years Ky.; four brothers, John Bcfggcss, a and surroundings. seem to us lost in the one somber merchant, of Demopolis, Ala.; and hour. Howard, Milton and Finis Boggcss, House and Land for Rent. There is no inevitable tragedy. all farmers of Muhlenberg county, The sole way to thwart destiny is to Ky.; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Mcdo just the contrary to the evil it Cuistion and Mrs. Vernon Smith, would have us do. of Louisville; three sisters, of Green It often happens that the misfor ville, Ky; and his cousin, Dr. W. F. tune of a wise man resembles that Boggess, of this city." of any other man, but his good forThe Captain Roark property, 7 tune never is anything like the good The girl who has no new outfit room house, stable, line water, severfortune of a fool. tor Easter will not be especially al acres of land, ready for cultivation There is vastly more unknown grieved if the weather is sloppy next located just outside of town, on two country in the land of happiness Sunday. streets, will be rented reasonably. than in the land of sorrow. Fine location, desirable home. Ap Marshal Pittman is getting busy There is nothing more just than ply to Orien L. Roark, Greenville, joy, nothing which takes on more with tax collections, and as the pen Ky. alty goes on all unpaid receipts June perfectly the form of our soul. you had better see him if he fails See Miss Lena Arnold for bulbs The angel of grief speaks all lan 1, to get you. of all sorts. guages and knows how to use all words, but the angel of joy never opens her lips except to speak of a joy which even a savage can under stand. 8 Sorrow is old as the world, and H a rn well understood; but joy we might say is still in its swaddling clothes. Ordinarily it is not joy you lack, but the knowledge of what joy is. I know that I am happier today than yesterday, because I have come CORN today to know that I have no more need of good fortune events, of any kind to deliver my soul, to give poise to my thought, to clear the atmosphere of my heart. Jt takes vastly more courage to be happy than to be unhappy. HOMINY As we approach truth, it recedes; as we admire wonder at truth it approaches. BEANS Our past depends entirely upon our preseht, and changes perpetually with it. high-grad- e The past coutinuully takes the form of vases into which the thought of today is pound. Mrs-Jennie Blue-grasDeWitt-Roihrocthree-weeks' t e ' Some one in your home prefers vocal mnsir You'd rather have instrumental. You can both be suited with a Victor Double-face- d Record. 12-inc- h, 10-inc- h, Two records in one almost at the price of one 75 cents; $1.25. ROARK Y. M. C. A. NOTES. On next Sunday afternoon the subject for the meeting will be "The Crucifixion and Burial of Christ." All men and boys are very cordially invited to be present. There are only two more of these meetings in this course. You may look for a fine speaker on Sunday afternoon to handle this important subject. Do not fail to attend these last two meetings. On last Monday evening the board of directors met to discuss plans for the financial campaign. An elegant luncheon was served by the Ladies' Auxiliary which was enjoyed and appreciated by all present. At the business session two teams were selected to compete in raising the funds. Mr. J. A. Gilman and Mr. T. N. Belcher were the captains. Very effective work was done by the teams and the captains proved to be excellent generals. The campaign was very successful as far as carried, but because of some men wanting time to consider and some being out of town the amount required to carry on the work this year is not quit raised yet, but will be undoubtedly as soon as the remainder of the subscriptions arc secured. I "CrrFORDINANCE closing and vacating portion of Hopkinsvillc street at its intersection with Wing Alley and at the North-cas- t corner thereof. The City Council of the city of Greenville do ordain as follows: That whereas, there is a portion of Hopkinsvillc Street in the City of Greenville at its intersection with Wing Alley in said city, and at the North east corner of said intersection and which portion of said street is particularly bounded and described a3 follows: Beginning at a post, corner to Mrs. Eunice Jones, this being the South-wes- t corner of lot No. 41 in the plat of the City ot Greenville; running thence S. 10 30 E. 43 ft. with the East line of Wing Alley to a stake at the junction of Wing Alley and Hopkinsvillc street; thence N. 54 30 E. SS ft. with the line of Hopkinsvillc street to a stake; thence N. 61 45 E. with the line of Hopkinsvillc street to a stake in Mrs. Jones' line; thence S. 77 30 W. 106 ft. to the beginning, containing 1779 square ft., more or less, which said portion is no longer used nor occupied by the City of Greenville as a part of any street, alley or passway, nor can same be used as a part of cither Hopkinsvillc street or Wing Alley by said city, nor for any purpose whatever, therefore from and after the passage and publicaparcel of tion of this ordinance-sailand above ilescribeiLshall be closed and vacated as a partifaVhc streets and alleys of the Cjty of Greenville and closed and vacated for any other purpose whatever. That for and in consideration 2. of the agreement by Mrs, Kuuice Jones to improve said parcel of ground by building a residence thereon and build suitable sidewalks in front of said property the Mayor and Councilmeu are hereby authorised, directed and empowered to convey unto her the title of the City of Greenville to said parcel of ground. Adopted April 3, 191 1. J. W. Lam, Mayor, Okikn L. Roark, Clerk. An ordinance a A S3 SATURDAY BARGAINS BRIZENDINE'S (AN AH (AN PEAS (AN For Catching Cold. Coryza is an inllamation of the mucus membrane lining the cavities of the nasal passages, and may be either of the acute or chronic variety. In its acute form it Is generally called "a cold in the head." The reason for this is that, given certain conditions of the system which tend to inflamed mucous membrane, the acute attack can very often be traced to exposure to cold, drafts, or damp. It can, perhaps, just as often be traced to heat, dust and stuffiness: but what ever may be the final touch, it is certain that the victim of the coryza was in a condition in which his powers of resistance were reduced, or he could not have "caught cold." It is of great impoitance that those people who spend many months of the year traveling from one attack of coryza to another should learn just where to place the blame for their trouble. It is a pity to get into the habit of blaming every open door or window, or dreading every unexpected breath of air, because this only leads to the course of life most to be avoided. If a person finds himself with the "catching cold" habit increasing winter by winter, depend upon it there is something wrong, and that something is .no.LJr.csi) air, because thai;? ffce very thing he, of (if people, most, needs. In such a case the dallv habit should be carefully overhauled. Docs the sufferer overeat, and especially docs he take too much animal food ami too little exercise? This mistake is at the root of the coryza habit in many cases. It is simply the sign of rebellion on the part of the overloaded system. Often the trouble may be traced to too much heavy clothing, to rooms kept too warm, and to an atmosphere dried up with steam heat and not ventilation. People who sleep in shut-ustuffy bedrooms ought tp live in a state of greatful surprise if they do not have constant colds. The change that can be produced in the human constitution in this respect by a continuous course of common sense applied to daily life But is almost like miracle-workinthe course must be begun y and kept up at least three hundred and sixty-fivdays in the year. The must pay minute attention to the digestive process, and is probably better off to eat meat not more than once a day at the most. His bedroom window must stay open winter and summer not two inches, but all the way open. He must accustom himself to cold water bathing. This does not nccesarily mean ice water bathing. A bath thermometer is a cheap purchase, and sixty five degrees is cold enough for most persons. Deep, slow breathing, with the mouth closed, should be constantly practised, and never more faithlully than at the moment when a cold seems to be in the act of getting itself "caught." cold-catch- Fnra A Laud Wanted (AN Sewing machine nccdjes of all kinds, oil, bands, etc., at Roark's. Fresh, smoked and salted meats of all kinds at J. E. Coombs & Go's market. 020 All you This is ail can goods, and you will be more than pleased with the offer. section of farm land, 20 to 60 acres, located convenient to city; ready for cultivation; improved or unimproved; will pay reasonable cash price. Address N. O. 21, care The Record, Greenville, Ky, fi6 Best work, prompt service: give your laundry to Joe Morgan, who will appreciate your patronage. If you have a watch or clock out of running order, jewelry to be repaired, or sewing machines out of service, bring them to McCrackcn and get nr'atclaas guaranteed work. got to do is to come after 6I? them. Subscribe for Record Only Sc. Call on Leslie Hale, next to Firs randies, books,, Bissell carpet swccpei f$ last longer than 40 corn brooms, sundries, cigars, tobacco, etc. the sweepcosting from $12 to Eggs for aaie R. C. R. I. Reds, ers cost $3 to $5.75. See them at Roark's, and have other advantages two pens, DeGraff and Tompkins, strains, 75c. and $1 per setting. S.. features than the money-savin- g J. Landis, Greenville, Ky. will National liank, for ROARK Fvimittire, WdJlpdwper, Shades, Moldings. - Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper., Slippers, Grave Vailts. Disinfection ROARK '!.00 i ertn-J I!- I : .... . I t ! ill w. ! I - ..ul.'l l enit. While ni.u v seJmol i t: iii th- - wf.iltlil.T .untie may ' rv mniMiiit by taxation. in In i,ijiu ;i . .if our hHl UNttiet uy In it er tw yeiin rr i.n'iMi' i: no:y lo luilUI - aatlafacUvy .ih u ti - if .i.i: h . . i.r.' i ii ur .n i Llto clniiK.r r would uiiU (Ionian. of oaV.rrttor HceUo.l M'forms In ICen-tmk- 2Uutrk Starr Nrfus && & j i $j 'Sit t & iir m 1 ri m tm- - r: ; . ill-j - 1 would ai l ;. II ciuM!.:ic!iin! Inn'-burrow r: un!: t :. cintd Him- - lov.ttthe ut mon yr mml-v Iii !... of t.ris l ni h n' (at. iv.t. .mil i"fiM n th- - licvi!.'. Ve .u ii f.v yi.irs hi.. hi.nl' i M h i'll.ir emlod . hi Furniture, Moldings, Wall Taper It was tin opinion of thi- (' nf'r inrv that 'So far h tlio count r hoy We carry on our floors and In our ware-rooami Riil In the SjuUi arc coucorntl the largest variety of Furnlturs In It is the duty of tho Stato an.l i: U Muhlenberg. for the l.et--t interests or Ihr s;.i to make the country school Tit the If wc do not have what you want, wc eountry life; to cnue this schol r.ot vill get it for you. Wc have factory conulrl only to t'ticonrajre the hoy an.l nections with makers of the finest goods to love country life, but to arivo tc them the ability nntl tlesiro to im prove it. If we can aho"w tho b; how to make twlca a n;neh inc.vy oa a pint of land ha hlj f.thi'.- I nadi'. he i K.)inK to hie.o;r.e l.r. t& in farm work: if we can alio?' i;i t.i.M the difference between ihi .u). irt iloes not nlve enoimh mil!; herself, aud one that not only fu ports herself, but helps ti s:i:iOi the Im. he Is jjolnsx to hetoino in ;;um1 dniry cowh. Uke-'Nwe can Interest the tilth H lwuw pnidenlnj:. in poultry inl:in'. !'i ntpall fniit. la the do2en and cr. thin they can do so well, aed (he dolne. of whth will In'ereat them and brln ; It is the iu on y Into iheir hands. tho of th St.il t'iroi::h 1 inte,-t-ate-- l n Our Name has been before the public for 30 years, most of the time right on the spot where we are now located. & nnd .1 V' . H I In MM) iM TV of t n wflttM lt ehlltiren ha Wiu lii-- l ri p tt t ..r tin- bom! whn m in-- n Lire Into a Jul wun.iii lh.v wi.iiM brln thl lh. Inin.i k they r.r. lvtl tl.r.ei-?- r...ii'H!i s.niii ce-i- t .irni'ril o. fio imriv. in the country, and through "Our Special Order Department" cm supply any exclusive articles at less prices than city stores or mail order houses. Our Picture and Room Molding-stock Our Aim constantly has been to sell the best goods in our lines, at the most reasonable prices. Our services are of the highest grade, our wares the best, and our equipment compares with the best of the larger cities. We endeavor constantly to increase our usefulness. 8)1 e.vpr.ltiur.-in n :u v wmii.l eor.Snlul.ite an. I for MitUtnii th" ehitilrm r vehlej. pi.toMeand fr.en lieoule WCAiUI huilil lie if future lion:e- is I lt !:uil hnMI'ijts .ire i" '.t cup- ao-- l the n ibtllvl.l. d thtm i j'atloM v.lu.li m i' i ! loneliness on a ileprecNhiv and deterriiur liiilii'-iicountry lu Mtn);liit .blUrtls In take It ln-- n roirs. and tin- chiVr-ilet.! (ration :r1 fnt'ii :l flNjil-.tlnv tr.ako !uu a arnM.'.il i'i l.infi- - nM'iSer ' vrll-k.'; cl an. t:icleoni! l'irn. .in. I p! lyro'.. ni'y. Ac nlf n !. ard ni'ir.1 fr - t Uoi..-"- Iient. Artititl tin-- .' 111" mdrn h- l arc always complete. Wallpaper is now a staple article of merchandise, being used all the year 'round. And wc always have full selections, prices 5 cents and up per roll. &wtWj? - - tttijntlmin. KSTOur Engraving Machise is the only one in this part of Kentucky, and wc arc exclusively prepared to supply individtt.il Name Plates, which we furnish on all ' ur 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. SL SL outflts without extra cost. Undertaking and Embalming. Coffins in White Enamel and Stained Varnish finish; Caskets in White Enamel, Natural Woods, White, Colored and Black Cloth Covered; and Copper lined airtight Caskets; all lengths, and regular, extra and double extra widths. Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes constantly in stock, for immediate delivery. Burial Robes, Wrappers, Suits, Dresses, Slippers, etc., in large variety. Our two licensed Embalmcr3 respond at once to calls for such services. Our general equipment is complete and of highest grade. Wc have a Funeral Car in service, subject to call anywhere. Telel:fl?"Two Private phones, Store 72; Residence 108. Residence 150 yards from store. Prompt service any hour day or night. Long-Distan- SL l i of t In O' y t m". r Ik prot!tN In ih-- !r v.h; "i . n :.ilnst xposur to !! a- if l:ti rrlpplo ffihclr eiKTfTi. dm in: in 'it li:i' mii'.v do 3 liof ConnUn kr. Ini pr.iv. ? Not o:ilv Is heilth at t i t at tli-- 'r 'la' uu.d sue-ii tT rtin. ilM' nf no .Tor: pt..i':u'- Mil pri. it .i sr.ui'cili.ri. ' 11u hi:i!.1lng f Hi."" iflin l h "' rel that to !. Ihi-- i:iv Im- -. I .' i. labor: and iwnlhlv i or ,mi iitn'CTlo l" ran ai-) n mi ntioe too likHimir if .ur lit" Ift If t wtMild i the vil'i". l!v- their hri.iT '' ind voitl.! h- f - ir .l i!m-- ' l ; $1 The J. L. ROARK Estate ORIEN L. ROARK, Manager vi Si SL SL SL FURNITURE tsta&Hsiieu 1379 L0ii$ Distance D Telephones: EALERS IREC TORS 108 i wrll. for no leui r Imuv fdiu'ition ovn .'tnclt-nand industi ii.ii" inn. i at n f.icioiy pririi - R"-.hv had ..r. hy ditli- - inary ilt.-nnd l iurd lv in k' "init.iry laws. nm v .iu.iV Vi;h thr nop.' U.at rrnrwp.l lnlrrit in th frr"it .1 i'.ti.-worr .. illv th.t f Stut and i.:ivliv p 'l ' miV hiim1 to our to put tnti artu il priott.-- ' t'..tli n 't omI. W" f h rolnli'forr Ii fn fiill'ivin; rrs lnt u iIvimI. Tint wo nioj; r:i. tlv n! Prn r.nd pi titlon llu- nrt t o.' our hlov d fonnnonv. aliti to Hie rounti.x to i.iM-- ' 8 l.w lionsTh. l'on.i for butliiiiiR ton(' to lo plictd in th 1ins of th or a "jnri.il ro.iiity Itonitls of .nWy n. r:'l com m i ft ion. as tlio rtfy d.Hinnate. hIio h.ill 'H inir und ib! rpply procewl to t lie buv iui? of Invis.M Hlon. to th tHiildlns of and e.iulrwnent ami fur no othr nuriiiw TJtcsMvr4. That In our judgment nil inonry rftltort under xitln; lava and ro nod- nraUaUe Sm aebool purposva l t i & $J Store 72; Home ' - SL SL CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE (iXCOSrOKATIlP) i ..:i-"- . & TELEGRAPH GO, t.- - ( . -- - The J. L. ROARK ESTATE. ORIEN L. ROARK. nuth.-rlrln- Greenville Livery Co. BARBOUR HEAD, Manager Manser. Kdu-tio.- i T. J. rOATKS, Ctato Surorviscr of Knr;l Schools and Trofeasor of Elementary Education in the State Normal Schools, Frankfort, Ky. ed nd will Ih fur the and conduct of the schools nd int.iot t!iai these mo.es nnuuid be fur tlwne purpoa. Hesolvrd. That in the expenditure of the procrrud of the hm.iJ the I'minty of Education ahnuM tie authorHoard ised to conaolldMle dmiri. is when In r lUoir Judifni'-ii- t th condltlTn -main-lrii.nt . HOT. W. M. HAYS. Assistant Secretary Vnitod States Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. schooln to organize life, or, as another lias recontly so well said, 'Tc chart tho avonuos of sorvicoabilitj tlmt all our young poople may mak Uier-tc- st lxwsftAo aocaV ttW54wuti of their Urea.'." Tho first nddrois on the roport ol tho committoo was made by Governor Augustus E. Willson, following tho reading of tho report and the Governor Willson mndt resolutions. a rousing speech, prefacing his tallt by saying that "for thirty yoars, ir sem-oand out cf season, I havt been traveling up and tlown this grent Flnte proaching the doctrine 01 good roiids and good schools. Th two are bcund to conic topothor." saying He urged no limit to the good that car. by 2,200,000 peo bo accomplished plo working together for the advance inent of the state. "Think of tho kind of schools w They arc a dis have in Kentucky. grace to the decont children thtv have to attend thorn and a disgrace to the This is my home towr ind r.omo county, and I want to sa to .lofferscn county,- 'Clean up youi own corner of the vineyard first, atu then see how you can aid your neigh bors.' " At tho luncheon In the Soelbncl rathskeller, which was glvon by tin Commercial club in honor of tho del cgntes and guesja of the convention thn-her- What Are You Going To Do This Year by way of making your business cc&sful-and Long clistanno linos and telophoncs of this Company onablc you to talk almost any vhoro in Southern Indiana, Southern Illinois, Kentucky, Tennoss. c, Mississippi aul Louisiana. Wo can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with tho people of this great section of the countrv. Wo solicit your patronage. Ratos reason able. Equipments and facilities unsur- A suc- - passed. CAt,DV,FUL. LZLAKD HUME, full of J pleasure, if you arc not supplied with telephone service of the Cumberland T D. WEftil, T Telephone & Telegraph Company? Everyone should have a telephone. You are connected with all outside important points in local connections with all residences and business hous es, for any ltitoruiaiion cult man ager, Cumberland Telephone I A New Newspaper " A New Newspaper, the FIRST CLASS LIVERY SERVICE HlOli GRADE CLOSED CARRIAGES Feed and hitch business solicited, and iiiven careful attention & Telegraph ncorporated. Co. WWM APRIL 1, SENTINEL" Till: RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED. Edited and published by R. O. Pace at Greenville, made its appearance Telephone No. 1S2 Monoii Route Announces New Schedule Da' or Nielli lQlO of Fares One Way and Round Trip. t,u; avall-iM-.- ' Unit all the t'.ie f'r nxtion of the county liiiJren of th ennntv shall tM'nffIt ia!l provide sehonl Iioumh fruin The Monon Route announces that it will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago at $6 one way, instead of $8 as formerly, and $12 round trip, good 30 days return ing, instead of $16. Patrons arc offered exceptionally good service by the Monon, which on night trains from Louisville operates CompartPullmans, ment and Drawing-rooas well as thcusual straight sleeper. The day trains have Parlor and Din ing cars, and the very finest modern, new coaches. Inquiries cheerfully answered by E. II. Bacon, D. P. A., Louisville, Ky. HOE D CZZIOEZD C 30E m SOME OF ITS FEATURES All home print; all the home news Republican in politics, but fair to everybody Devoted to the county's social, moral, educational, indus trial and political welfare Pertinent editorial comment on matters of public interest A free "want' and "exchange" column for use of all of its subscribers, except regular dealers A circulation from the beginning of nearly 2000 One Dollar per year and worth it Selecting Wall Paper for one or any number of rooms can be done with satisfaction at Roark's. In the fifty slock patterns shown there is wide variety of design and coloring. And the jgoods are ready for immediate delivery. One great advantage is the ability lo 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. th? expenditure of a common county fund. That th perjr.anent ltinilved. mr.de toiluy shall lie the for tho er.ilnK year. Th it the oitVm iind Kxeeutlve Curnmlttee bt? authorised t. call the organization at ruch timB aa are necessary to puph t'ue work. Kcaalved, That it Is th" - ns? of th assoelitlon that this campaign for rural education itiihI be pus i d. T iierefore. we mimt rniae a eainpal'n fund. That the Kxe. utlve Oommitl. c Vo empowered to appoint a lflnaneo roimlttoe, with poer to riln-- i audi a fund fro-the State at Isrge. Following the adoption cf the resolution, V. M. Hayea, assistant secretary of agriculture of the United States, delivered a sterooptlcon lecture. He declared that Prof. J. D. gleKtnn, State Superintendent of Public Instruction of Virgiaia, wa one of the cf the gttaUst educators country. Mr. Uayea paid an tiibute to J. P. McPerrii'i. who. he said, has gained a national reputation in school Improvement work. Mr. McFerran la chairman cf the School Improvement Commutes of the Commercial Cltm. Although be eu iltl nut he preaent at h yef.tonU's rey.sii-nfield a lU graut to the e :iHuti.ii. Dr. up Mte iinuiH.'.i. i! illm.ltt Rpei eiles ,( u!l (he otliei th- deciailnj; that consolldultd schools and wagons for transport lus; children, two pjaln feuture3 jf Ihtt r 'ilesi VIrgin'a nival .ia tt'-'4'- t planced r:- P.c. are mn t - to be d. rived JOB DEPARTMENT II. II. CHERRY, President Western Kentucky State fi? fti;r3i.-.- ' Cc-- ;.;t Normal School. Bowling Green. Ky. Governor Willson, in the course of an espocinlly happy little address spoke of his own oarly pehool train ing, and referrod to the fact that when ho studied "Jography" ho never knew what an ongrossing study it might ho made. "Were I to teach geography today." said Governor Willson, "I should begin with the schoolhouse which tho children attend. From that I should take thorn to the nearost town, than back to tho farm, then another tour ovor tholr own f tftte. They would loarn the practical meaning of Kec)Krnphy--un- tl It ti.i.iM lead bath to the farm." A be.ii til adopted by tUe State i'edeittttoii ui Women's Clubs. plfdfciiiK the uiiuti.tlitlcd support of tho tlubs of the state to the work of tho Kentucky Statewidf Rural School Conference, was rea-and a re:c!utioa cf tbaaki. for itc otered was adopted by t- -. conference. J 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 sec his old customers, and to serve them when needing anything in the job line All machinery operated by electricity Qur prices arc right. Satis Your patronage solicited, faetiein guaranteed Just at this time v;c 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. The largest line of the best baby carriages in town are on display at COME AND SEE, OR ASK FOR SAMPLE BOOKS, which will be sent on request. tJw bowels open and prevent the poisons of undigested food from getUnjanto your ysteas. The latest product cf science is VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup, purely vegetable, Rentle, reliable and of a pleasant, aromatic teste. Velvo acts on the liver, as well as on the stomach and bowels, and is of the greatest possible efficacy in constipation, indigestion, biliousness, side headache, feverishness, coUc,flatulence, etc. Try VF 1 Of the use a goodlfljfttUve, 0 keep Physicians Advise Roaik's. LAXATIVE The J. L. ROARK liurr (irisl Mill. Estate. 30E My new burr gnat mill is in oper ation; cull on your merchants for LIVER SYRUP KITCHEM lo HOE CZHOEZD C Also ready to White Flint meal. fuinisli the public with ehickeu feed and chopped corn, jl 2S J. A. Shaver. Subscribe for he Record Only 50c. (MIS AUOARK'i