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Record (Greenville, Ky.): April 27, 1911 Record (Greenville, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Greenville, Ky. : Record Press, 1899- Greenville, KY 1911 rec1911042701_sn87060049 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Record (Greenville, Ky.): April 27, 1911 Record (Greenville, Ky.) Greenville, Ky. : Record Press, 1899- Greenville, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ''Record' Advertising It pays for itself. sure of returns, X Muhlenberg County is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clay. The investment is Get our rates. GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1911. Clinton Cloverport Col tun hi j 1.497 1.103 l.OL'2 etc, and the most inviting field in Ken tucky tor investment of capital and pluck. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE t 4 1 VOL. XIII. NO. 11. KENTUCKY HA AN GROW! frail Hands CITIES SHOW Out Mere Census Figures, LARGEST GAINS 3 , Towns and Villages Fail to Keep Step In March of Progress. Many Being Almost Entirety Depopulated by Movement Toward Larger Center of Population MaysvWc Is Only Place of Importance That Slipped a Cog, Having Fewer People Within Her Borders Than In 1C00. Washington. D. C (Special.- )- B. Dana Daraml, chief director of th conaus dopartnient. has made public tiio fijjuros showing the ponulntlon of ovory city, town and village In Kon-tuck- Columbuj Concord Corhin Corinth Corydon Covington C'rnh Orchr.nl Crittonden Croftou Cromwell Cropper Curdsville Cynthinnn Danville Dawson Spring Dayton Dcunficld Defoe Doxter Dixon 170 213 2.5S9 152 942 . 5.1,270 167 1S9 402 163 150 1,462 1.656 651 1,235 200 1,511 331 782 42,938 385 199 278 225 162 235 3,003 5.420 1.Jt.10 6.".9 75 111 227 3.257 4.2S5 935 6,101 365 122 221 260 741 Dcrer Drakosboro Dublin . Dunmor Dunnvilie Dycusburg .... 3S6 1,186 125 13S 144 Earllngton East Bornstndt Kastvlew Eddyvtlle Eden Ekron Ell'.a'oothtown . 4., 176 3,931 698 77 1.442 381 10S 560 S79 226 99 77 139 219 3.012 127 1,210 412. . .1 1 r- - The30 figures show that the Dlu Grass state has fS citlos, seven of NewLexington, which Louisville. port. Paducah, Qwensboro. Henderson and Frankfort have population in excess of 10,000. Eleven cities have population ranging from r,000 to They are, in order of size, as follows: Hopkinsvillc. Bowiing Green, Winchester, Ashland, Middlesbcro. Dayton, Bellcvue, Maysvi'le Mayflold, Danville and Richmond. There aro :!00 towns and 31 villages, making a total of 3S0 incorporations Analysis of the figures shows that Kontucky. like her sister states of the middle west, has grown citified during the past decade, in other words the tide of migration has been from the rural districts and smaller towns toward tho larger centers of population. In many of t'.ie villages the yopulation is bolow the 1900 mark. In the cities of between 5.000 ?ind io.OOO Aiaysvllle is the only oni that faUed to keop step in the mnrr-oi progress. T;he population, returns will be usod .as the, basts for changing ward hound-nrito- s In every incorporated, onunlcl 10,-00- ElkaviUe Elkboin Elkton El8iuero Eminence 1,970 135 91 1,861 199 S7 Erlangor Eubank Ezel Fairfield Fairview 1.22S 900 1,274 700 382 128 292 ICS 131 , . 1.123 519 1.0 IS 463 149 206 61 MlddlcRhoro . . Midway Milhurn MUlorehurg . . . Milton Minerva Monrtrey Montlcollo . . . Morehead Morgantiold .. Morgantown . . Mortons Gup Mount Carmcl Mount Eden . . Mount Olivet .. Mount Pleasant Mount Sterling Mount Vernon Munfordvlllc Murray Nebo Nepton New Castle New Columbus Now Haven New Hope New Llboity Now Market Newfoundland Newport Nicholasvillc North MIddletown North Ploasurevllle Nortonvlllo Oakdalc Oakland Olive Hill Owensboro Owonten Owingsville Paducah Paintsvlllo 7.305 937 207 791) 355 151 4,162 1,045 272 862 324 105 DENTIST. Grown and Bridge Work done ut prices. DR. J. W. reasonable : OMce up Htiilru, lu the Junes Uulldlnjf. DISCOURAGED .... .... 260 1,338 1,105 2.725 560 1,266 81 157 370 546 1.10') a,016 5S7 S85 144 Greenville. Ky. DR. T. J. SiATON, FMiynlclnn Oftlee Jlaln-crosCAM and Htrect near Hw rgeon. Mlu street, lb WADE 321 657 3.932 900 175 2.0S9 2i'S l:!3 46S 11S 111 352 557 3,561 422 440 1,822 237 293 46- HOWARD. II. GRA Y. HOWARD & GRAY, LAWYERS. Office IF YOU ARE TOO SICK TO WORK AND YOUR WIFE IS WEAK AND AILING THERE'S HOPE AND HELP FOR YOU BOTH IN la Gretn Bnildiof , opposite laXctde Hotel. - DRS. HELTSLEY & HELTSLEY OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS Office at Home, East Main'cross Street. 129 . 405 240 214 79 72 30,309 2,935 390 235 251 2.073 257 1.132 16.011 1.024 912 22.760 912 91 350 256 260 42 28.301 2.393 431 22S Telephone No. 78, ELECTRIC brand BITTERS They build up the they strengthen the weak; they invigorate tired and worn-opeople. They're unequalled for dyspepsia and indigestion, constipation and malaria, biliousness and jaundice. They're a blessing to women who suffer from backache, headache, fainting or dizzy spells and a boon to all sufferers from kidney troubles. TRY THEM. run-dow- n; ut Monon Route BETWEEN Louisville 291 and s Chicago 13,189 1,014 BEST LINE Ttf 058 19.416 511 107 California and the Arast Two trains daily . PRICE 60c AND SS.00 PER BOTTLE SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY Northwest Paradise Paris Pcllvllle Pembroke Pcniod PerryvlIIe i All Druggists. GIFT FOB CULTURED 5.859 104 4,603 145 Fallsburg Falmouth Farmors Farmington Flat Gap Flemingsburg Florencctov.'n Ford Fordsville Fcrt Mltchall . . , . .. .. 1.130 427 1136 68 1,219 250 702 019 SO 159 1,131 311 113 10G Petersburg Pcweo Valley Pikcvllle Pinovillo 731 68 407 303 651 1.2fe0 651 SO French Lick and West Badeir Springs. J. H. HAYES Painter and Interior : 431 A HOMES 1,263 25S 731 536" 14S Pittsburg Pleas jievillc Plains Pert Royal Poole Poplar , ,, ,., S.lGt 934 522 179 ISO 503 461 50S 2,072 272 19S UNION STATION, LOUIS VI LLK. DEAK HORN STATION, CHICAGO. ? Decorator. : 286 171 Foster Fountain Run 158 1S8 Prestonburg Pros ton ville Frankfort Franklin Fredonia Frcnchburg Fulton ( .. . 10,165 3,063 421 172 2. :.:.'i 9.IS7 2,166 196 21 2.S6.J Princeton Proctor Prr.videiic' Pr orslmrg Qulney Raywiclc Rcndar Richmond . Richpond 152 1,120 162 3,015 143 2.0S4 242 409 228 2.556 211 Dinini? and Parlor Gars. Palace Drawing Room Sleepers. E. H. BACON, D. P, A., N. W. Cor. 4th and Market Sts. LOUISVILLE, KY. GHirgaown Germantown GQ3t GhentGIbSw - ivi 1,533 ... 2S7 25 - "S7 421 3.S23 407 126 569. inert- - 1S2 30JD. 5.340?' 115 1,236 250 364 140 426, 4,653 88 .... What Are You Going To p . . sMear f uTr-o A Little Good Pains in T'stM'a f rott . oy jtomus ot education to ouange me school' districts. Tlcse figures also V; will bo used in redistrlcting the state . for congressional and senatorial . if s r: r Place. Adairvillc A' i. any Ai nndria AUensvillo Anchorage Arlington Ashland .... ... .. . . 1910. 683 579 8.t3 43C 1900. 720 234 359 430 421 5S1 .. ... 3S4 5n5 8.GS8 6,800 1S6 Athens Auburnt Augusta Bagdad 197 C31 Glasgow 'ju'nSlIon.vl Glencoe GnrdonsviUe Gracey Grange Gratz Grayson Grconsburg Greenup Greenville Guthrie Hanson Hardin Ri.kinrt 2G7 1,787 184 u7 1,6113 Bandana Barbourvillo Bardstown Bardwell Barlow Barnsley Baskctt Bcattyville Beaver Dam Bedford Beech Grovo Bellovue Benton Berea Berry Bethlehem . .... 2,126 1,037 532 357 270 1,360 762 269 208 6.6S3 S24 697 1,718 190 205 1.010 1,711 1,512 Hardinsburg Harrodsburg Hartford City Havosville Hazard Hazel Green .... Hclller Blaine ... .. Blandvillc .. Bloomfiold . Bluff City .. Bonniovillo Boouevillc . Boston Bowling Green Bradfordsville .. ..... 1.510 339 68 349 449 136 229 352 132 257 Henderson Hickman 3S0 Hickory Grove ... Highland Park .., 696 Hillsuoro 552 Hindman 307 Hisevllle Hodgensvlllc 6,332 Hopkinsvillo 661 Horse Branch Horse Cave 76jJ 250 Huntsville 66 Hustonvillo 291 Hyden .... 243 Independence 131 277 3S5 43 157 106 213 735 450 6S0 1,604 1,096 509 366 737 3,147 976 1,002 537 257 525 11.452 2,736 148 1,977 182 370 179 744 9.419 103 8S1 220 117 143 143 246 600 564 711 1,051 807 549 240 689 2,876 785 1,011 Rocky II11I Ronewood Rcsiuo Rowlets Rumsoy Russell Russell Springs RusscllvHIc 135. 89 166 o 120 82 224 IDS 413 1,038 . 101 743 2.531 431 532 753 170 208 61 Sacramento Sadievillc St. Charles St. Helons St. Mary Salem Snloma Salt Lick Salyersvlllo Sandonj 3. til 43S 167 660 151 y qu nricijjfcs tjcJfftr pleasure, if you arc not siij ued witli telephone service of the C'smbcrlanrl Telephone & Telegraph Company? Everyone should have a telephone. You are connected with all outside important points in local connection with all residences and business houses. For any information call man ager, ccssiuiauu Dairoo " Whcayoer buildings need paratlng. every day delay costs you money. The nin, , snow and ore getting in their work. Lumber ccvU too much to let it decay for want of a little paint. It costs less to use good paint than to go without it. We use nothing but gooc paint on our work. CARTER Slrieily Pure CSTYIGTROLA WHITE LEAD Pure Linseed Oil, Pure Turpentine and the moat expensive color The kind of paint we iiie scales never cracks or only years of wear will remove it. us figure with you when ready to paint Let XVI., S200 Others $75, $100, 5150 Sardls 10,272 1.589 250 993 227 331 178 825 7,280 867 120 425 269 193 Science Sebree Hill 8cottsilIc Sharpsburg Sholbyville Shepherdsvllle .... ... ,.., . Sherburne Slmpjonville Ski'fcsville Slaughtersvllle . . Irvine Irvingtcn Island - ..... mo 93 9,173 230 4S2 254 77 477 819 492 313 So 2U8 Brandenburg Bremen Brlensburg .. ... Jeffersontown Jefforronvlllo .... 16S 8,226 Jeillco 301 JonesvIIlc 218 Juncticn City ... ISO Kirkmansvillc . . . 107 Knottavllle 337 543 565 234 92 347 703 270 251 Jackson Jamestown . ... 118 384 316 153 272 665 647 1.316 177 315 86 Smlthland Smltho Grove , . Somereot Sonora South Carrollton 260 3S5 941 Southgate Bpnrta Srottsvlllo Springfield Stumping Ground Stanford f46 CIS 747 200 212 8S9 126 Brodhead . . . . Bromley Brookvllle . . . Brownsville . . Bryanteville Buffalo Burgin Burkosvillc . . Burkley Burlington .. Burnsldc Butlor Cadiz Cairo Calhoun California Calvart Cainpbollsburg CampbellsvllJa Campion Cane Valley Caiieyvllle Can trior Carlisle Carrollton Carrsville Kuttawa La Ccntor La Grange 84 322 168 817 125 209 85S 646 199 1,610 1,253 3,043 590 171 911 81 239 328 26,369 450 526 869 S05 166 Stanton Stophonsport Sturgia Sulphur Summersvillc . ... . .. 151 320 45 532 310 250 231 257 1.327 1.500 410 3,412 318 253 1? 53 243 557 726 4.491 250 365 627 107 44S 1.329 331 1,532 278 205 1.467 ?55 320 C22 Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Incorporated. Co. 263 213 257 824 1,477 482 3,016 277 251 Take your beef hides to J. E Coombs & Co. and get the cash. We guarantee a prices reasonable. and durable job Don't put it off. Telephone No. 254, &IEW YORK 203 87 583 579 411 CLIPPER 18 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 Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine THE BREATEST SHOW THEATRICAL PAPER IN THE WORLD. $4.00 Per Year. ISSUED 3,384 256 452 Single Copy, 10 Cts, WEEKLY J. L. Sample Copy Free. 1LTJERT Black-draugh- T ESTATE ROARK sii 1.016 373 1,651 102 241 1,258 iUjuaxa. FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (LW rrULISUERS, J. BOIUE, 47 W. isra Sr. Yozx Liver Medicine ble medicine, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, i3 firmly established. It does not imitate other modicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale than nil others combined. F2 SOLD IN TOWN The reputation of this o!d, relia- V 5. Deal at home as much as possible. Build up your 0 J A Good Example "I am a good example," writes Mrs. R. L Bell, of McAlcstcr, Okla., "of what Cardtii will do for suffering women. "I suffered with my head and back, for over six years, and although I tried everything, I never could get anything to do me any good, until I began to take Cardui. "Cardui has surely helped mc and built me up and I am so thankful that I have found something that will do me good. I feel so much stronger and better than I have in a long time." U is well to make up your mind before you are sick what medicine you will lake when you are sick. Taylorpy'Ile' Tllton Tolu Tompklnsvillo 113 ISO 615 103 Lafayette Lairsvlllc Lancaster 1,152 266 12 ... . Trenton Turners Station 639 653 115 home town, This will make you a better home I market and enhance the value of your property, 079 S17 183 172 1,117 426 1,005 121 ...... 742 ?4S 124 269 1.206 ?26 168 Lawronceburg . . . Lebanon 1S4 Lobanon Junction Loo City Loitch field 506 Lenoxburg SSI Lewisburg 155 Lcwlsport 631 Lexington 292 127 191 1,311 276 291 246 1,377 2,205 278 217 3,0S1 53S 201 Liberty 430 131 Carter Caseyvlllo Catlettsburg Cave City Contertown Central City Cerulean Snlngs .... Chaplin Chicago Hlarkson ...v.. 1,203 1,906 398 259 230 3,520 645 299 2.545 272 170 Lily Lisman Livermoro Livingston Lockport London Louisa Louisville Ludlow Lynnville McHer.ry McKeo Mackvillo Madlsonvllle 1,507 1,723 3,077 07 269 1.053 65 253 596 35,099 330 161 154 ...... Manchester Mansville Marion 1,318 190 Martinsburg Maylleld '. Mays Lick rlar Clay City" 155 378 1.003 &8l 1,220 6?5 153 1.638 1.356 223,948 4,163 118 530 146 190 4,966 626 109 1,627 160 6.816 305 G.141 OS 1.17 1.099 201.731 3,331 56 550 106 171 Tyrone . Unlontown Upton Vanceburg Versailles Vine Grove Waddy Walnut Giovo ... Walton Warsaw Washington Wator Valley ... Waverly West Covington West Liberty .., West Louisvlllo West Point Wheat croft White Plains .. Whitesburg Whitesvillo , 544 1 ,356 111 1.113 2,268 570 254 174 GoO We Ask You to tako Cardul, for your fomalo troubles, because vc are sure It will help ycu. Remember that this great femalo remedy WOOL .HIDESandRURS BgDtaltrs. we cm do . tflftr forma Inan stalls MCCmmiuioa EKfChtalS. c icrmsn Kctercnce: any bant la wumiue. Wool Bags r rtt la oor snipes, nrne xer price mu EnHW.d LonisTille, Kf. M.SABEL&S0NS WE BUY fa 900 433 228 311 l.T.M Take J 17 P The Woman's Tonic - mi H U, 412 193 783 281 200 101 31 452 157 9S9 177 2.004 800 7.156 404 217 173 326 8 has brought relief to thousands of olher EJck womon. so why not to you ? For hcadacho, backache, periodical pains, femalo vcak-iies- s, fSk MVp8i(iii)Kiin Pull. Co.! 44: 9nr B78 1.40.". Whitby Wickliffe Willard Williamsburg Williamstown ... .. many have raid It Is "the best medicine to take." Try it 1 You will be glad to take it when you are tired, miserable and when life seems a weary grind. It will put new thoughts into your head, fresh courage into your mind. If not sick now, at least burn Cardui on to "the pages of your memory, so that when you arc sick- you will ask for it without thinking. If sick or weak, get a bottle today. At all druggists, Wrile Sold in Tills City Miss Lena Arnold asks the patronage of the public, and puarantees 3,628 398 101 CIS C.Ofii Winchester Wingo Woodburn Woodbury Worthville ixrr,'. CPHOTO-- f 40 J M for Special lnsinictions, and h: LaJir Advisory Dept. Clisttanooga medicine Co.. Cliattannooga, Tens., book, "lloaic Treatment for Women," sent free. 450 ES5 ilaysvilla Mhliieburs ...... 1,061 148 4.0S1 257 0,423 122 '. Ycteto ZIca 41S 226 167 22S 207 i American PhotographyUu. IkflJ' K I Ac Beacon Sr.. Uortui. 224 that satisfactory work will.be done Giv your job printing orders to in her clothes cleaning, pressing The Record." and repairing shop. WAILPAP m 5pm price i A il'i The prison problem is not easy of solution, but penal conditions in Kentucky can be greatly ameliorat An independent Newspaper. ed. The subject is one which is being more generally discussed at I'UnURllKl) TlllMlMDATO IT the present time than ever before. It is one of the questions with which Oltir.N L. Ilo.MiK. Owin Kick. Secretary. the State will have to deal if we arc President. to maintain a degree of advance Ok'iisx L. Koakk. Kditok. ment proportionate to that ot the Telephone, No. 72. progressive States of the union. prouinl Hoor. Courier-Journal- . O filer In c iuuix roir of C0RD. If there h anything meaner than n balky horse we don't know what It is. The drinking of large quantities of cold water and deep breathing of frosh air Is an excellent coil cure. Efficiency, which Is being made tliu watchword of many largo luduBtrial enterprises, might be adopted by the tiller of the soil with equal profit. ooicooooocaoeoaoooooa3ooooooo0ooooocooooooooo MUHLENBERG COUNTY RECORD PRESS, AVINGS BANK Greenville, Ky, Lona-Olstan- ca tr. 50 CCHTS PER YEAR. Ifl ADVAKCE. TERMS. Tkr aultwrlptlnn price of the putter 1b p.iyn lilit iu ailTHUce, ml when the time hiis expired to whlelt It Ih imlil, tlio pit per will lie Htoppod. Cunla of thatikn. olilttinry uotlcefi. etc.. If not lOMRcr than ten Illicit, will lie puliHslieit true. A ckursM of lie. pr line will lie minle for succeed' lug line. N'o vivriatlou of this rule to nnyoi5. Kree wimple copies will be mulled. AdrorttaciHeHlM will lie Inserted. A rate curd will lie furnished on roqnent. Aitdreiut nUeotniininicatlouB anil mnVe nil KKCOItl) IMtKSS. jKijaWe to (ireenville. Ky. THURSDAY, Ka ;he roads of the whole WORLD MUST BE REMADE Old Maondarn Will No Longer Stand Strain of Aulorrobile." Great cure should be exercised in looking after the health of njl dairy cows, bin PMpeciniiy mono inai supply milk for Hie lmbloa mid little folk, who, if In frail health, are especially susceptible to tuberculosis. Appreciating your past patronage we solicit all or part of your fhe lionttl of APRIL 27, 1911. Ky., ptMitolHee n tared at the Oreenvllle. matter. Beeontl-clitN- Prison Reform. The State of Missouri is preparing sys"to get rid of the convict-leasintem. A law recently passed provides for the gradual extinction of the leasWhen all the present contracts es. expire the convicts are to be used in manufacturing furniture for schools, clothing for the inmates of the State eleemosynary institutions, tools for road and bridge work, and probably in building roads. The practice of leasing convicts to corporations engaged in private enterprises is not to be commended. That practice prevails in Kentucky and has existed for many years. It is time that the State should consider some better method of handling the orison oroblem. In fact the whole question of prison reform, as it is viewed in the light of latter day knowledge, is one that must some day receive attention in Ken lucky and the sooner the better. The contract system is passing. It is fast being abandoned by progrcs sivc States. It is indefensible and about the only plea on which its ex istence has been justified, or apolo gized for, is that it is "a necessary evil." An evil it unquestionably is, but necessary it undoubtedly is not, as has been demonstrated by the ex pcricncc of other States. The average prison is a breeding tjiitir, of 'Ueiac g Neison P. Levis. rlSvt rnnlnoor of estimate of tue borough f .Mniihttttun. New York city, believes rhat tl:o rands of every rlvilbted country will hnve to be rel,:ill bersuiMe .'lie oU the Lest thing until uuw fer highway, is unable lo stantl UnmU will he fcrlml of HUtomobib's. tjiive to be reimill 10 son nii'ouiomies, t)eenme the automobile Is n s,oon thing for romls of the kind that can bear Its Speaking on this peculiar pressure. oibjivt recently. Mr. Lewis iid: believe- Mint only a blttunl-iiouWhilesulmlance, such as tar, nspbalt or mineral oil, should be used ns binding cialerial for loose rock and sa:nl in ;.Jace of water and that all our roads diould be relaid. as Micy nr.t bo Rutin-;or later, many engineers b.ei:i to hlnk that by spreading- a cohesive mixture over the snrftire of the roads is they are will be all thrt Is required. Some others bellevo that new macula in may be laid and the surface treated with this bituminous mixture. They assume that it will penetrate :hrough and make the rock fit! lncn fast. "On one point there I no disagree aienr. It Is that no roads anywhere ixcept thojte newly built according to ionic of these more modem processes ire able to withstand automobile iraf-8e- . When vehicles were drawn by horses the only damage done to the The roads was by the horseshoes. Jrawn vehicle was a benefit to the oad. having the effect of a steam roll-- r In packing and hardening the sand uid clay. "Hvery where the cry of bad roads We are no worse off .n going up. than the rest of the world. It is a problem which now engages the serious attention of the French govern-aienr- , and England, which spent a Hundred years in making her splendid highways, Is now rebuilding them as fast as alio can to accommodate them to new conditions. "It Is quite generally agreed that ome form of bitumen la best adapted for this purpose. "There are four general methods of using It: Tlrst. Coatlnjc the surface to form. :empornrlly nt least, n waterproof and lustlcss road. "Second. Tlio penetration method, by liltumlnmis matter l3 forced 1 ? r It Is a commentary on our present day civilization that the most sacred rite and institution wo have that of marriage often furnishes the occasion for ti type of vandalism and horseplay that would shame a FIJI islander or a Patagonlan. A wise mother we know has prevent future Banking business. I THOvS. E. SUMNER, Cashier. Make Shabby Woodwork Look Like New Al very little expense, the worn, shabby, scuffed and scratched woodwork in any home can be made bright, and attractive in fact, to look like new. VARNO-LJI- ed her little child from forming the candy habit by never allowing it to eat candy and fo to acquire a taste for It. The necessary sweels are provided in other ways, and the child is encour aged to eat fruit, which la equally ap petizlng and much more wholesome. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Ilirlr balls, sometimes reaching a diameter of two or three Inches, are now and then found In the stomaelis of cattle. They are usually covered crust or coat and are with a shell-likwithout doubt the gradual accumulation of hair licked from their bodied by anlmala at the time of the spring e GREENVILLE, KENTUCKY DIRECTORS W. A. Wickliffe, W, G. Duncan, C. E Martin, R, T. Martin, E. J. Puryear, C M. Martin, Jno, T. Reynolds, Jr. shedding. A good Idea of the slae of the coun try Is often obtained from reports cor cring the operation of a big railroad system for a year. The annual report of the Pennsylvania railway, recently published, shows that on the ,00l miles of road belonging to the system there were hauled In IfllO I Il.0l0.033 tons ofifrelghr, while during the same Interval there were carried 1GS,G0I,:US stains and varnishes at one operation, giving1 to nil surfaces the elegant effect and durable, lustrous surface of beautifully finished oak. mahogany, walnut, or other expensive woods. Call for Color Card. The standing and responsibility of the men who constitute our Board of Directors are a guarantee of careful, judicious management Greenville Milling Co. toil. 1 ncot'pot-j- i KENTUCKY. o.ooeaooeo8.ooo.o.ocoocfice9.aooo.ooace.eo o.oo GREENVILLE, passengers. Hlttier McCrackeri and Watchmaker Jeweler am opening a firs&class repair shop, complete' modern equipment, in Iloark's furniture store, and solicit the patronage of the public in Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairs. Work givefn prompt and careful attention, and best materials used. Also repair Guns, Revolvers, Typewriters, etc. All work guaranteed. 1 There seems to be a disposition on the part of the railroads in the central western stales, where the two cent fare laws were adopted, to let the rate stand, for since the new rate became operative It lias been found that pas- Bcngcr traffic has been enough larger to moro than offset the loss resultln from the reduction. If practicable in tho sparsely settled western states It would scorn as If conditions were such ns to Justify the fate In many an cast ern state. The world would probably be Just ns well off if a half or more of the dog3 were nut out of the way by some hurry up method, but now and then a valuable canine that one would really liko to save gets a dose of poison. In such cases it is worth remembering that hot lard and milk will, if given at once, often Induce vomiting, which will free the system of tho drug. They also nn ryitldoto for rlspiisL' smii in Having a eorro vmjhi m- mu ifugT. drug antidotes potassium bromide la of excellent. It can ho got nt any ilruj store and may bo given In n small quantity of water. 'j-2- GENERAL ASSEMBLY CUM-BERLA- PRES. CHURCH mmto May 31, - Evastsvslle, Bd. Date of Sale May 16 to 2flt!i. inclusive. Limited 1911. Round trip fare W. $330 a. CRAWI-OK- from Greenville, Ky. 1 Assent rtsi mi i iw ii n (K GIVE Me a trial ; tereOiiingK ItttaiiarviM Prof. Frank University, "Some Social Aspects of the .Movement" iu April number of the South Atlantic Quarterly. Prof. Fetter writes: "A large proportion of jails and prisons throughout the United States are notoribusly bad. If there are many prisoners who die of tuberculosis, many more go free at the end of their term bearing in their systems the disease they have contracted. They go back to mingle with their friends and families in their s homes and with their in public places. They arc centers of contagion, and it is no exaggeration to say that many more innocent men die of tuberculosis traceable to the condition of our prisons than there arc murderers executed on the gallows or in the electric chair. "It is difficult to arouse public opinion on prisons. The idea persists that prisons ought to be unattractive, ami that means to most people that there should be dungeons underground, damp and dark as they were in the Middle Ages. 'If the crimminal does not like them, let him kedp out of them.' The truth is that the criminal thinks nothing about these conditions when committing a crime. Yet what if we citizens and taxpayers imprison a tnan for a minor crime where he catches a fatal disease as the result of our Indifference and parsimony? What if we thus spread tuberculosis throughout the communit)? Is it iot folly, is it not cruelty, is it not nearly, if not quite a crime? In such things as these, ignorance is not bliss, It only saves men from a guilty conscience. Ignorance is misery sitting in darkness; knowledge shows the way of escape." The modern idea is that the prison should be more of a reformatory and less of a penal institution. While it is not possible to make a prison a health resort and not desirable to make prison life so attractive that any considerable number of the population should yearn for it, it is both possible and desirable to make our jails and penitentiaries senitary and to reduce cruelty to a minimum. To secure these results there will have to be a revolution in methods in Kentucky and the first step that should be taken should be in the direction of abolishing the iniquitous Uasing system. A number of the Southern StateK have used their convicts t good advantage in building roads. Sucb s.u experiment is contemplated in Missouri. Ia Illinois plants ha been established at the State penlurus.r;jrs. The convieff thus rod ice material end tbs State gics it to the towns or cuunties which dairc to use it. fellow-citizenroefc-crusbin- g road-mafcin- A. Fetter, of Cornell in an article entitled it OTirtaKB up titc excess "Third. Tho Interposition of tho bltuml-lou- s mixture between tho bottom course if stone and tlio top course, or new wear-nsurface, and tlto forcing of the upper :ourso Into the mixture, additional being added to the surfneo to till the Interstices between the (tones, whilo sand or screenings are to tako up any excess upon the surp al y d bitumen. it. PAf)DCAH, KY, We represent "Fourth. The mlxtn? method, undor (vhlch the stone which Is to form tho surface Is thoroughly coated with :ho hot bituminous cement, with n prop-i- r amount of screenings and other fine material added to reduce the voids, tho nlxturo being spread upon the road while not, after which It is thoroughly rolled, javement or bituminous macadam of tho American type, the surfaco again being ;oatcd with sand or screenings, as In the ithor cases. "Surfnce coating can bo considered tem-oraor palliative only." is In face. the case of the ordinary asphalt llrazil lms a rival lo our Niagara falls, eallod Iguassu, which is very similar In appearance to NiHgnra, having a horseshoe bond on one skip. The falls cover a distance of about two miles, with a final leap of 21ft feet. Tho depth at the foot of the falls Is more thau a hundred fathoms and Is believed by the natives to be During the rainy season bottomless. the volume of water taking theso wild leaps is inuch greater than that of Niagara, while Iguassu surpasses Niagara further in tho fact that It stands In a primal wilderness, undisturbed and unmarrcd by commercialism. the Home Insur ance (o. of it Y.: fAyMm J IK IM writes property. all MAY 18-- 19 kinds of farm and Round trip $3.95 frorti Greenville Tickets on Sale May IS and 19. Lfiited to May 21 W. G. Crawford, Agt. I j DRAG, DRAG, DRAGI r ? J jj If every farmer could but see the real figures showing the X small cost of b comparatively maintaining good roads and the x loss caused by poor onesl Get & busy with the dragl ? With My Back." "I Suffered Years FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY STEAM BURGLARY GIVE US A Kansas Road Bill. A new road bill is being considered It proby the Kansas legislature. vides for a state highway commission to consist of the regents of the college. This commission is to appoint a state engineer, who will pass on all bridges and road Improvements. The highway fund is to be provided by the taxing of motor car owners, dealers and manufacturers. Tho state inginecr Is to receive n salary fixed by the commission. The money de, rived from the taxing of motor after die expense of the highway :ommlssions offices has been paid. Is Id he turned over to the county treasurers In proportion to tho amount inch county has paid in. New ngri-:ulturvehi-:les- Backache resulting from weak kidneys, a bad cold or other cause, usually renders the sufferer unfit for work and often results in permanent disability. "I suffered for years with my back, or kidney trouble, and have tried a number of remedies from different physicians. More than a year ago, one of our local druggists induced me to try CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE. GREENVILLE, KY. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pills Durable and Dustless. A durable and dustless road ment Is claimed by Francis British engineer, in a combination of two Inch granite with Trinidad lake hit union. It Is said to cost less than macadam and to be good for at least ha.vqg experiment yjears, fifteen shQwn that It .wjll stand wear, tear ind wet better than any flther payjjag ever tried. paveWood, a and after using them some three months I found a decided improvement in my kidneys, and I am glad to say that I hope soon to be fully restored to health." J. P. Allen, City Court, Glasgow, Ky. As long as pain is present in any part of the body rest is impossible and the system becoming weakened Is exposed to any form of disease to which the sufferer may be inclined. Ex-Jud- The Wife or Husband can work wenden with who take pride in the beauty of tho home ti N'A'S LUSTRO FINISH" "The Made To Walk on Kind" Old floors can bercfinished in Mahogany, Antique Oak or any color no mailer what surface you have, if you work according to directions, which are simple and easily followed. Dr. Miles' by Anti-Pai- n Pills steadying the irritated nerve centers,' make refreshing sleep possible, thereby enabling the body to recover lost strength. As a remedy for pafn of any description Dr. Pills are unsurMiles' nti-Pa- in "HAMA'S LUSTRO FINISH" is also used on all kinds of Furniture and Woodwork in the home. This Finish does not fade and is absolutely durable, and on this you may depend. Many of the ladies derive pleasure in this work of beautifying their homc3. "WHY DON'T YOU?" 1 passed. C?ld by all druggists under a cuar-jmte- a asuring the return of tjje price cf the first box If po benefit results.. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. Buildings covered over twenty years ago arc as gcod as new Hand-5pra- e and have never needed repairs. Fireproof Stormprocf Inexpensive. For further detailed information apply to FOR GALE DY G. M. DEXTER & CQ. GREENVILLE, t BAn nnilno AND rniT rK t gm. DEXTER & (G. (jreenyilfe, Ky. LIVING. Bad roads are. now classed by the experts as one of the con- j tributary causes to the high cost of living and the migration of tho farmer boy to the city. The ? United States government esti- mates, for example, that in the Indiana tranrportation state x costs 25.5 cents psr ton for each mils. Over a bituminized roid ? bstwaen Philadelphia and At- lantic City it isostimatcd freight be transportod fop less than . per mile, and over same X of t.Svd roads in New York slats tho cast iif 5 cents per milo. V has the largest $ stock of dials for timepieces ever the use of a goodlaxative, to keep the bowels open and prevent tho poisons of undigested food from gettinginto yur syste.n. carried in the county, and can fit The Latest product if science - U VO Laxative Liver Svrur, purelv vegetable, gentle, . reliable and cf a rlcas.intt ein lier, as well as on the anything from the court house clock sl"mich pnd Nwels and aior.atv pu -- t possible sets in Uk constipation, Indigestion, efficacy ii t'e b:!iou nerj. Md; hej'.l"-'- . fev 'L hne, - Aw. ilatuler.ee. T to a toy natch. Trv vi:i & V ' X 3McCracken Physicians Advise ! Ride with nville I Transfer Go, Bus They meet all (rains, day and night, with i f tcan $ Roarks furniture polish is somewhat better than the rest, and is sold considerably cheaper, and with the broadest guarantee money back it aot better than any .you ever used. and Baggage wagon. I THE OLD RELIABLE Makes Borne Baking Easy HOME TALENT SHOW. Benefit of Modern Woodmen of America. CIRCUIT COURT. OYAl ONE HUNDRED IN CAST. Elaborate preparations arc being made for a big home talent spectacular entertainment called " The National Troubadours" to be held in the opera house Thursday evening, May .j, for the benefit of the ModThe ern Woodmen of America. production is under the direction of Miss Edna GcUendauner, of Chicago. There arc to be more than one hundred men, women and children in the cast, all home talent and all The only baking powder made from Royal Grape in fancy costumes. The costumes Cream of Tartar arc furnished by the National TrouM ALUM.HO LIME PHOSPHATE badours management and arc extremely attractive and picturesque. The show is full of catchy, music, I . C. It. R. LOCAL TIME CARD. fun, and life; there is not a dull moment in it from the time the curtain rises until the grand finale. It is different from the usual run of noktii nor ni home talent shows and will prove a NO. Sam treat. Admission 55 and 50c. Seats IK I.ouUvllIc lixprfHH M iin US lxrr as m on sale Wednesday morning at Tayl101 r.oulhVllk I.lm !:! ,15 ui Yi& Central City arcominoiliitioii or & Poole's dru' store. hOl'TII IMH'Mi. Circuit court is still in session, but will probably adjourn this week. A large number of cases have been disposed of, especially on the equity docket, as Judge Sandidgc has been holding nightly sessions in order to hear this character of cases. The grand jury has returned the following indictments: Two for murder, one for detaining a woman, one for malicious shooting, one for gamfor violation of ing, and fifty-fou- r local option law. In the case of R. W. Martin vs. City of Greenville, &c, which was brought to test the validity of the stock ordinance resulted in a judgment in favor of the city. J. B. Hutchinson was awarded a judgment against J. A. Rose for $149. 59 on a contract. In an action alleging a misrepresentation in a horse trade, A. D. Beck was given a vcrdictby a jury against Roll Brothers for $112. Henry l'ctcrs Supply Co. took default judgment against Dovcy Coal Co. for $151.01 on account. David Holland's Admr. was given a verdict against the I. C. R. R. for the death of intestate for $750. Holland was killed by a passenger train in Central City yards sometime last December. The jury was given preemtory instructions to find a verdict for J. M. James lor $75 against I. C. R. R. Co. for killing a cow. Richardson-Knigh- ICE! OUR PLANT IS NOW IN OPERATION j PRICES AT PLANT 390 lbs. and over 25c. per 100 lbs. "" 100300 lbs. 30c. " " "" 50400 40c. " Nothing less than 50 lbs. sold at Plant cept on Sundays. ex- POWDER Absolutely Pure WhaHs a Road Like this Worth to YOU? If you had a highway like the above in front of your town lot or farm lands, and it was part of a system of roads that covered the county, how much richer would you be, and how much better would you enjoy living? Kentucky is awaking on the road question, and it will take some tall hustling to ever catch up with the procession of States. Y. HI. PRICES AT OFFICE. 100 lbs. and over 40c. per 100 lbs. " Less than 100 lbs. 50c. " No ice sold at office on Sunday "TBs Incorporated J. A. GILMAN, Manager 11 1 C. A. NOTES. PROCLAMATION. NO. 135 REUNION UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS mu 1S1 inn 8. 10 pin 101 Npiv OrltiniiH ieciul MM X. O. once. (T.unWUl? jMiMnr. onl.v) I. 30 nm W.O. Ciixwronu, AKt. JuiicS. 1011. Fntlneah mid Culm ncrom Pulton aocoinmoilatlon fi, .IS 12. 10 Profit In Real Estate Deal. Mr. Harry Wilkinson, who some two months ago purchased the residence and lot on Cherry street belonging to the Misses Roark for $2,400, last week disposed of the property to Mr. W. G. Duncan at a Mr. Wilkinson profit of $ 1,300. was preparing to build him a new home on the lot, but the offer of Mr. Duncan was so favorable that he made the sale. Mr. Duncan is planning now to build a modern residence on the lot, and will oc cupy it as his home, as he finds his present home has more room than he needs. This sale has placed a new valuation on Cherry street property, or for the town, for that matter, and shows how the city is growing at a rapid rate. Let Mc fix your clock. Get ready to clean up. Good morning! Do yen want good roads? The Dan Robinson circus will show at Central City on Friday, May 5. Mrs. T. J. Morgan, of Norton-villc- , was here Sunday and Monday with relatives. Give Joe Morgan your laundry. t Wedding. My 5th. .and 6th, clean up days. Mr. James Bowles was in Owens The National Troubadours here boro a few days this week, mingling May 4, with old friends. WoSktaf the coal mines is fair, pnTy, an"av eagcTib" Circuit-court will close thi week, outff ;. Mr. S. D. Bradley was at Unity . t yesterday, setting up Needles for all sewing machiues at graveyard some monuments. Roark's. Miss Flora Roll is in Louisville Mr. J. S. Miller and wife were in Owensboro a few days this week on a visit of some weeks to her sister, Mrs. J. H. Wallace. with friends and relatives. See Miss Lena Arnold for bulbs Hon. R. Y, Thomas, Jr., was here this week, shaking hands with friends of all sorts. and attending to some legal affairs. The man who has ever farmed Last Saturday was pay day at the feels these days the call of the land, mines, and merchants have been and desires to get back at his boyfeeling the effects of the large sums hood avocation. Tuesday evening about 7 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Richardson, parents of the bride, Miss Mary Richardson was united in marriage to Mr. Hcrschel Knight. There were several friends present, and the ceremony was performed by Rev. G. P. Dillon. The room was tastefully decorated with branches of blooming fruit and forest trees. The bride is one of the bright, sweet girls of the vounger set, and holds an envialle position in the esteem of everyone. Mr. Kuight is a promising and popular young man who has made his mark in the educational field; he is at present attending W.-WJ 4rboo) here, uking. special , swditvf Mr. driver had Saffharfow "escape trom: and will again have charge of the school at Powdcrly net fall. For serious injury Tuesday while out the present they will live here, ami driving on business. The strap on and in their new relation they have the breast yoke broke, letting the the heartiest good wishes, of a wide buggy pole fall to the ground; this frightened the horses and they began circle of friends. to run. The driver could gain no The Modern Woodmen rally and control of the animals, and both class initiation of Greenville camp passengers Jumped. Neither was will be held May 9th. It was thought injured, but the buggy collided with best to change the date on account a tree, and was badly wrecked. of the meeting in progress at the Luckily the driver and Mr. Brizen dine escaped without injurry. Cumberland church. What the Victor Brings to You. House and Land for Rent. Under the auspices of the V. M. C. A. last Sunday afternoon there were three meetings held, one in the Methodist church for women, one in the Cumberland church for boys and one in the Y. M. C. A. for men. All these meetings were well attended and an excellent spirit was manifested in all of them. Thcie were 75 boys at the boys' meeting, 165 women at the meeting for women and 140 at the men's meeting. It has been said by large nunibers that this was one of the greatest days, spiritually, that Greenville has experienced in many years. God be praised and given all the honor. Plans arc being made to start a class in telegraphy at the V.. M. C. A. All those people who are interested and would like to take up this class will please report to the secretary, Mr. Anderson. ' In obedience to the common custom and in order to promote good health and cleanliness within the limits of the city of Greenville and by virtue of authority vested in mc, as mayor of the city of Greenville, I hereby designate and set apart Friday and Saturday, May 5th. and 6th, 191 1, as clean up days requiring all residents and occupants of property within the city of Greenville to ob serve those days by cleaning up their back and front premises, outhouses, lawns and premises to the fiont property line by removing all un sightly trash and filth, decaying animal and vegetable matter from said premises. All trash, filth, rubbish etc. may be placed in convenient places on the side ot the streets so that it can be removed by the city . . ? uivcn untier my nana as mayor of the city of Greenville this April 26th. 191 1. Remember the dates, May- - 5th. J. W. Lam, Mayor City of Greenville. and 6th., clean up daysjn Green ville. , LITTLE ROCK, ARK., MAY 1548, Fare Round Trip From Greenville, Ky. 1911 1k ONLY dO.DU There will be a special through train out of Princeton at 5.30 p. m. on Monday, May 15, and persons leaving from here can catch it by leaving at 3.40 p. m. This will be an exceptional opportunity to visit the many points of interest in Arkansas, Hot Springs, Government land stations, etc., as the rate is the lowest that has been made in years. Tickets will be good returning on all regular trains until June 14. W. C. CRAWFORD, Agent. on train No. 10 1 Exercise for the Neck. NOTICE' FOR PAYEMENT BIDS. Masseting. Qn Sunday aftemppn at 3 o'jcslo.okt there will be a meeting at the WW'. C. A. building for both men and boys. This meeting comes as a result of numerous requests from the men for it. The Rev. J. R. Morris, the Texas evangelist, will deliver the address of the hour upon the subject, "The Inner Light." There will be some special music arranged for this meeting. Every man and boy in Greenville should attend. This may be your last chance to hear Bro. Morris. There will be plenty of chairs this time, as a new supply has been secured. Come one come all. Have Barkley Bros, repair your (lues anu prevent a lire loss. tt is a fact that most people who Inrye passed (lie age ofhTtihtfh'-sp'ort distributed. Every real estate deal shows a Look at the good roads picture. doubling up of values here and all And help to get such highways in over the county. And the end is this county, which would be much not. yet, by any means. better to look upon than the finest Get ready to attend the M. W. of picture. A. show at the opera house on See Coombs & Co. before you Thursday evening, May 4. sell your beef hides. o 27 Miss Mary Swain, of Easthamp-ton- , N. V., is spending a few days Mill street has caught the spirit of improvement, and every property here with relatives, en route to her owner except one has removed his home in Rock, Kansas. fence and is beautifying his yard Mi. Murray Chatham and wife, and premises. of Chattanooga, are here, called Farmers arc now making up for by the serious condition of Mr. L. C. lost time, and are sticking right to Chatham's father, Mr. the land. The' season has been Chatham, who has been very low rather unfavorable, on account of for several days. too much rain. Caruso, the great Italian tenor, Telephone No 5 and your laundry has not been able to sing since February C, and it is feard that this will be called for and delivered. matchless voice has been lost. There has been made a vast im- Fortunately it has been preserved provement of Main street during the for all time by the Victor talking past week by the removal of trash machine records. of various sorts, many wagon loads If you want a milk chocolate, having heen hauled off. strawberry milk or Bimbo Flip, we Taylor & Poole. Read the first page and sec what have it. population Kentucky towns and Th,e Cumberland chijrcl has been cjties show in thjs and the last is is the report of the packed, at the night services, and census. the afternoon attendance has been census bureau, and is correct, thei heavy. Rev. Morris and his wife is wort preserving. are doing a great work here, there po you drjnk copa-cplaThen having been more than two score of qc a, general revival of I1 H PHP1 an3 refreshing, prqtessjons, tFv PMF?- reljgioug interest has been aroused. 'a 39 Bqql.ii. T.iyj.on ? Think of owning Caruso's voice, the talent of whole opera companies, the best efforts of brass bands and orchestras, the genius and drollery of Harry Lauder, etc. All the world's best music of all ages, the magic touch of the best violinists, harpists, Funny stones vocalists, pianists. andyodcls,addrcsses by Taft, Bryan, Roosevelt and other leading characters. No matter what your weak ness, it can be filled by Victor records or Victor machines. Call at Roark's and have a demonstration. Records and supplies of all kinds in stock. Eggs for sale R. C. R. I. Reds, two pens, DeGraft and Tompkins strains, 75c. and $1 per setting. S. J. Landis, Greenville, Ky. Mrs. W. T. Morgan Seriously The Captain Roark property, 7 room house, stable, line water, several acres of land, ready for cultivation located just outside of town, on two streets, will be rented reasonably. Fine location, desirable home. Apply to Orien L. Roark, Greenville, Ky. Joe Morgan solicits that grocery order, and will show his appreciation by supplying the best goods at the very lowest prices. Quick delivery and courteous treatment. Give us your job work. Injured. Aunt Belle Pritchett, a well known colored woman, died at the home of her son near Bancroft about noon last Friday, after a week's illness of pneumonia. She had gone out to be with her son, Ed. who has been ill with typhoid fever for some weeks. After a few days with him she was stricken with pneumonia, and on account of her advanced age there was no possibility ot relief. The body was brought to her home here, and Sunday afternoon Rev. Irvin conducted a funeral service at the A. M. E. .ton church, interment being made in Fairmount cemctrey. Mrs. W. T. Morgan is suffering from an injury to her eye, which she received last Sunday night at her home. In lowering a window shade the brackets spread or in some way allowed the shade to fall, the end of the roller striking her in the eye, which was severely injured, and the shock of which was for a time rather dangerous. It is thought that the sight will be restored, but the pain is still very severe. New stock sewing machine needles at Roark's for all machiues. 1 SATURDAY BARGAINS :AT: BRIZENDINE'S Flour Sifter For J. E. Coombs hides. & Co. buy beef Highest cash price. Several automobile makers are culosis at the home of Mr. Finis announcing 19 12 models of machinBrowning, near Weir, Monday, es, and have them ready for delivery. after a lingering illness. Burial was The automobile business is new, and at Friendship Tuesday afternoon, the public is rightly expecting great things of it, but at the present rate and was largely attended. of progress we will 1920 model J.argt tfhe of collapsible gocsrts cars three or four ylsrs ahead of tirae. at Roark's, Pices right. Mrs. Luther Crick, died of tuber- he Read the I. C. ad. of special rate to United Confederate Veterans' Reunion at Little Rock, Ark., May The rate of $8.60 for the round trip is less than one cent a mile. It is likely there will be several persons from this county who will attend this reunion and visit the many points of interest in Arkansas. Give us your job work. CtS. The Regular 15c. Kind You Know 15-1- 8. This is the Hunter pattern, heavy tin, turned with a crank sold the country over at 15c, but we will sell it to you Saturday for 5c. if you will come after it. stand in need of some form of definite exercise in order to keep muscles from settling down into the sluggish inactivity of middle age, which brings so many physical drawbacks Normal children exerin its train. cise without being told to do so, because it is their nature to play, and play is the very best form of exercise, especially if it takes place But most of those who outdoors. have passed from childhood do not keep supple and limber with play, and therefore it follows that they must, or should, do it with work. There are certain special exercises that are not attended to nearly enough. They are the movements of the neck and throat which control the head movements. Any one can test this for himself by slowly turning the chin from shoulder to shoulder and back again,- - performing what is called the resistant exercise that is to say, forcing the head slowly round and at the same lime making the opposing muscles resist the impulse. The immediate result will in most cases be an astonishing lameness and stiffness, so great as to cause actual pain, but the pain is only the measure of how much the exercise is needed. The joining of the head to the body is intended to be as supple and as comfortable as it is strong, and when it gives its owner the feeling of being like a lot of old machinery that need's oiling, that is ust what it is aud nothing will put it in shape so quickly as constantly repeating resistant exercises. They should be not only from side to side but also forward and backuil the ward, first pressing down chin almost resets, ox the n.cc.k, and then. b,a.ck until tfo faco is. almost horizontal. The backward exercise is very valuable, as the muscles at the base of the skull can give a lot of trouble unless they are kept up to their work. The value of the exercises will be rocognized when it is remembered that exercise of the neck muscles must necessarily improve the circulation of the blood through the head. Poor circulation anywhere in the body soon gives rise to pain and trouble, and it is small wonder that that should be the case in the region where the most delicate special organs are placed, to say nothiug of the brain, which controls them all. Get potted plants and cut flowers from Miss Lent. Arnold. of the Chyfm ihe ureenville will until May 1st. iqi-t- ; . ! I. u ciock, 12 noon, ai receive sealed bids for the construction of concrete sidewalks for the following distance and in front of the following property in the city of Greenville as follows: On the North side of Main Cross street beginning at its intersection with College street in front of the property of J. M. Wells and extending West 344 feet to the property of G. H. Lovell. Said walks shall be constructed of good and substantial concrete, done in workmanlike manner, of the material, dimensions and in the manner provided by the ordinance "approved Aug. 1st., 1910, and all other ordinances and laws of the city of Greenville relating thereto. Pcrcnns rntrrlnnr intn i cnnlrint . ... . .I e . at lor mc construction or said walK win be prepared to make bond for the faithful performance of the same, and the costs of said " construction, will constitute a lien on the abutting property as is provided by law. By order of the Council. April 15, 191 1. Orien L. Hoakk, Clerk. Uty-Gouncil three religious services here Sunday afternoon than were ever gathered at similar occasions in the history of tho Uy. The services were all productive of results, also, li is planned to have similar services next Sunday. Homo rendered lard izjc. per pound, J. E. Coo.mus & Co. There is little doubt were more people at typ that there Hear varied selections on the Victor talking ma- chines at Roark's. The world's best music, as well as alt the popular selections, speeches,, bands, orchestras, instrumental solos, quartettes. Victors range r price from $10 to $100. Victiolas $75 to $250. Large library of records and all kinds of talking. machine supplies. Make your premises beautiful and. inviting as well as healthful. Call on Leslie EjaJa, next to First National $.a.n.fc for candies, books sundries, cigars, tobacco, etc. f& The Record 50c. per year Tot yen? Strawberries See n$ r ROARK Furniture, WaJIpper, Shades, Moldings. . Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrappers, Slippers, Gr&ve Vaults. Disinfection ROARK Young People's Voices. U i, t.ul.mc holy task to reflect ir.) i h w .:un most dcsirble posscs-h- i :i, .t I'icsant speaking voice, is lost b i.;noiunce and misuse in child .v li. o !. at fault, wnes the school, and iu many s ui. cases both home and school arc to blame. Children are naturally imitative, and if they arc constantly ad dressed in a loud bawl, they soou learn to pitch their voices in the same key. It is, alas, not only in the streets of tenements that one hears play conducted in toues of noisy, hectoring In fact, when watching truculence. - - tuigraiiiug BmokM listening to group of children ami tSTOur Engraving Machine is the only in the streets or parks one is driven one in this part of Kentucky, and we arc to the conclusion that this curious exclusively prepared to supply individual aggressive loudness is a sort of con Name Plates, which we furnish on all outfits without extra cost. vention, and that a child with a low would be mocked an,d gentle voice Undertaking and Embalming. ing. at as "aflected." Coffins in White Enamel and Stained Children are not born to talk in Varnish finish; Casket3 in White Enamel, Bulbs of all Kinds in Slock. Natural Woods, White, Colored and Black this way; they copy it from some and Copper Miss Lena Arnold has in stock all Cloth Covered; one. Two angry truckmen exchange and the kinds of bulbs, and now is the time lined airtight Caskets; all lengths, and views across the avenue, regular, extra and double extra widths. listening boys from that time cxpiess to begin the cultivation. Following Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes constant manliness by rudely bawling from arc ready for delivery, and orders ly in stock, for immediate deliver'. one comer of a closed mouth. Some taken for others, and prompt de Burial Robes, Wrappers, Suit3, Dresses, excited women discuss a bargain, livery guaranteed: Chinese Sacred Slippers, etc., in large variety. Our two licensed Embalmers respond at and their insistent shrill screams set I.illics, 10c each, 3 for 25; Paper White Narcissus, Grandillora, 2 for once to calls for auch services. the key for the small girls. Our general equipment is complete and It is not only manners thai arc at 5c, 30c doz; Roman Hyacinths, stake; it is the whole delicate, beau Single White, 5c each, 50c doz; of highest grade. We have a Funeral Car in service, sub iful mechanism of the human throat Hedding Hyacinths, Dutch, 5c each, ject to call anywhere. that is being rasped and torn and Goc doz; Forcing Dutch Hyacinths, Tele E3PTwo Private injured, so that piescntly it becomes locench, $1.00 doz; Tulips, mixed, phones, Store 72; Residence 108. like some worn out musical instru 20c doz. Residence 150 yards from store. Prompt service any hour day or night. ment that can no longer be tuned. The J. L. ROARK ESTATE. Jy and by the vocal cords, by reason of the constant strain upon them, Hina(cr. ORIEN L. ROARK. become relaxed and weak, and speak ing is associated with a sense of diffTHE RATH TO CHICAGO REDUCED. Instead of yeild-iniculty and fatigue. to this hint on the part of nature iMonon Route Announces New Schedule and giving the throat a rest, more strenuous efforts still are made; then of Fares One Way and Round Trip. disagreeable husktness - appears - TThich becomes permanent, and-th- e The Monou Route announces that vale is rultiofl for life. it will henceforth sell tickots between Sometime harm is done by the Louisville and Chicago at $6 one teacher who forces the children to way, instead of $3 as formerly, and shout their lessons, or who insists White Sewing Machines, in $12 round trip, good 30 days return that they should use a great volume rotary and vibrator; needles. ing, instead of $16. Patrons are of of voice in their singing, all of which all fered exceptionally good service by Children should be shuttles, etc. in stock for is a mistake. ROARK'S STORE. the Monon, which on night trains taught to articulate clearly, but never machines. fiom Louisville operates Compart to speak loudly. Distinct articuPullmans, ment aud Drawing-roolation is the secret of being heard, as well as the usual straight sleeper. and a low, clear voice carries farther The day trains have Parlor and Din than a loud shouting one. Many ing cars, and the very finest modern, good laryngologists maintain that Inquiries cheerfully new coaches. more voices arc injured in the first answered by E. 11. Macon, D. P. A., few years of school life than at any Louisville, Ky. 'other time. Parents and teachers alike should teach themselves th: Typewriter ribbons, legal blanks, lesson that scolding if scolding document covers, carbon paper at there must be should be done in a this office. rather lower tone than ordinary, If you have a watch or clock out than in a higher tone. of runniug order, jewelry to be re paired, or sewing machines out of When to Spray and What to Use. service, bring them to McCracken Fruit trees ought to be sprayed and get firstclass guaranteed work. twice regularly, every year, once im mediately after the blossoming period The largest line of the best baby is passed and ajjain in a week or ten carriages in town are on display at dys. Whether or not they should Roaik's. be sprayed at other times depends entirely opon what pests are present 1 EC THE on the trees and whether or not the I and CURE the HENRY WATTERSON trees have ever been sprayed before. 1 Immediately after the blossoming Editor. WITH period is passed spray at once with the following: s Bluestone, .j lbs.; lime, 4 lbs.; water, 50 gallons; arsenate of lead, WE CAN FURNISH YOU 3 lbs. Slake the lime and add enough AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. water to make 25 gallons. Dissolve I GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY! SOB MONEY I the bluestone by pouring over it four ii nil AND IT 11C or five gallons of boilng water, then add enough water to make 25 gallons Now mix of the bluestone solution. WEEKLY the two thoroughly by pouing bucket by bucket in a barrell, and add G0UH1ER-J0IIBNAL the arsenate of lead, stirring thoris ready for use at once, oughly. It BOTH ONE YEAR FOR TnADE Marks and is the best prepcration knowu Designs CopYniGHTa &.c for apple scab, rot, and codling moth. mn7 Anrono acndlnz n iketrh and Qiilcklr lurerlain cut opinion frco wnoiner an For peach and Japanese plum use tio.wRirlcilyitMcpMa!. tIAIiCBGOX on fatcw less bluestone and lime, 2 lbs. each, eeut free. Olilcst iif nf? lurmuriitp jntcuis. We can also give liberal ci l'atonts taken tlirouuu Jlumi A rccelro in 50 gallons of water. The arsenate et Uil notice, without clinrae. intho of lead may be reduced also, to two combination rate with Daily Scientific Ijirerat cJr. A hundsomoly tllustratod wccklr. pouuds. Or, if prelcrrcd, the Courier-Journa- l. mint mil "f any r rientlUc 5mrnnl. Terms. U a or Sunday cwr: tour months. U. Sioid byMl nowsUoiilcr?. lime sulphur wash may be MUHN &- CoiB,Bfoara- - New Yurk Comutd on these tres, but whatever is Write Courier-Journa- l bs pany, Louisville, Ky., lor free used the argute oi lead must Lisscll carpel sweeper will added to destroy the curculio. sample copy of edition you last longer than 40 corn brooms, L'sc toe sam-- : mUtures and spray sweepa stcond time a week or tta days desire, but be sure to send costing from 12 to 15, the See them at ers ccst 13 to later. If rote give trouble late in your subscription order to this and have other advantages the season, a third spraying any be to the features than the money-savin- g orchards only paper NOT needed, but in many spring sprayings are iht lyiP. early S.jmc'.iue the home is Long-Distane necessary to keep the trees in good condition. When San Jose scale is present in an orchard, spraying should begin It is possible at this in winter. reach all the bark surface, time to and very strong preparation may be employed while the trees are dormant. Tor San Jose scale and other insects of its family, spray in winter or early spring before the buds swell with the lime sulphur, wash with oi', prepcrations such as coal oil emulsion, or with strong soap solutions. I.inic sulphur wash may be prepared as follows: Lime, 20 lbs.; sulphur, 14 lbs; water, 50 gallons. Slake the lime in a large kettle, adding sulphur at the same time stirring thoroughly When slaked, add twenty gallons of hot water and boil an hour. Then add sufficient hot wntcr to make a barrell of wash. Strain before us SUutrlu? Btuvt Sfrfojs 9L9L&& m m m& jsw $r f & & Furniture, Moldings, Wall Paper Wc carry on our floors and In our ware- rooms the largest variety of Furnitur- -. in Muhlenberg. If we do not have what you want, we will cct it for you. We have f.iciory con nections with makers of the finest eoods in the country, and through "Our Special Order Department" can supply any exclu sive articles at less prices than city stores or mail order housc3. Our Picture and Room Molding-stock- s are always complete. Wallpaper i3 now a staple article of mer chandise, being used all the yoar 'round. And we always have full selections, prices 5 cents and up rer roll. If ASK 'UP Name has been before the public for 30 years, most of the time right on the spot where we arc now located. 2 Our Aim Si Si constantly lias been to sell the best goods in our lines, at the most reasonable prices. Our services arc of the highest grade, our wares the best, and our equipment compares with the best of the larger cities. Wc endeavor constantly to increase our usefulness. On your patronage is based on a service the duration of an ordinary life time, and a square deal assured every one. The accumulated experience and knowledge of this third of a century arc at your command. Ihe XL ROARK Estate ORIEN L. ROARK, Manager I URNJTURE UN ERA L tsta&Iis'ied 1379 Loa$ Distance Telephones: EALERS IREC TORS Store 72; Home 103 ft mmimm The Greatest Roso HovcUy of the Century Send for Dcscrlption and Prico List egfj telephone & telegraph go, (;:;couroRATno) OH Tha Rew P.ose (Yield Blue) Hailed by thr. Rose Growers as lhc Forerunner of lhc Corn- very viscr- T.:owcr Clue kosc. ous and hardy. Free BlcomlnJ t- Lone distance lines and telephones or this Company enable you to talk almost ar.ywhcro in Southern Indiana, Southern Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi aid Louisiana. Wo can put you in quick y people of this? groat section of the country. Wo solicit your patronage Rates reason- OrscnhotiiiCH JOHN E. RACKEBRANDT -i Princeton, Ky. able. Equipments and facilities LS"Lf.r5tD HUME, 4 WC! T. D. BY PURCHASING OF OUR i ONE FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for onlv $25. The regular price is Sioo. Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of No time limit. If not ready $z$. Rooks and stationery arc included. now, buy one for future use. JUST RECEIVED Many Patterns of 1913 Wallpaper iE and SEE THEM Why Read Til Gourier- - Journ ILL COUCH LUQS BUSINESS OOLIjEIGII. IMconrortATMi. Or. Kin New Discovery Second r.nd Walnut Strcois. LOUISVILLE, KY. M I09itcoofi09ocoeooootoeooeooosieoe(itio9 THE RECORD Greeifiie Lnrery So. 11 BARBOUR HEAD, Manager US self-boile- d Tlwfim. FIRST CLASS LIVERY SERVICE HIGH o 0 1 0 - GRADE CLOSED CARRIAGE! - , Feed and hitch business solicited, mid given careful attention Dty or Highi Telephone No. iSC he J. 0 I. ROARK ESTATE slke 6aeoooo0ooaoo6oeeoiAiaeoodK3c&aeeeo0O&9 . a Subscribe for Record 0iily. $Oc.