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Muhlenberg' County I is rich in coal, iron, timber, pays for itself. sure of returns. It The investment is Get our rates. potter's clay,! jjjj Itucky lor investment of capital and pluck. GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1911. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE VOL. XIII. NO. 12. OPENS Congressman Ollic M, James Delivers Opening Address at Nicholasvilie LARGE JIM HEARS CROWD ORATOR Can-dldac- y Address Was in Interest cf His For the United States in Race Against Senator Payntcr. NIohohMWllIc, Kj. t'cufrcannan 01 Ho M. .hunts, candidate for tho for ITnfce.l nomination Democratic Semite against Senator T. StAtc II. Paynior, opened Irts campaign in this city Monday. The hrgoet crowd in fcho history ot Jessamlno county waa in town to hear tho big orsUor of Wet-orKuntucky. After an introduction hy Soimtor 1J. M. Aruett, Mr. James spoko as follows: Senator l'ayntcr stales that he dhl not undertake to take any action relative to inllucnoing i condors of tho State Executive Ctsmmtuec about call-in- ; a primary or taking any action nominee for tho illative to He any ho Senate. United State thought any notion they shoulil take would be with a view of conserving the bet interests of the ixirty. As to vho4isor ho undertook any action or not. It Is a faoi well known to Che people of Kentucky tlJftt every cloee lietsoitnl Tricnd of his, together with the Democrat from the dtetrlot in Avhloli he Uve or did livo, voted against inolutllng the race in the primary, and after a primary hud been ordered for all State olllcere the Uniwas excluded ted Statc3 Senator-shifrom tho primary In direct violation of Democratic doctrine ami platform promisee for alntowt a quarter of a .contury. ' The Senator still &at silent as he says, I presume still believing, "that any action teken would be with a view to conserving the lnst lutoreate of hla party." And, yet, he roust have known, nnd I ohorgv fchia-- ha did know, that such action as this was reactionary and undemocratic and was atabbing Democratic hopoa to tihe very heart. And, yot, he rennJiud silent, still believing, as ho tolls u . thai f.ie out ion tho committee nhould take would lie o boat "conserve thc interests rf the jparty." Senator Payiiter ba nevw Javored a primary election; ami is dragged unwillingly 'before the id electorate of .the Commonweal w itSbmlt;i confi-- J iTt'.r- - .i.v n t to-d- tjir do not UUeve that this btib-- r iviinvd 1 without loilmer'k knowledge or consent, d I hesitate, to think that Senator thriv-rwurtliKen-ti:t-k- y Paynter believes It; b aue am con attain.-- 1 to think thai 11 ne netiewd It. he Hould have rolled for Irlinei to tak sworn the ytuihl and lltt hi. band and nd say whether or n.vt he had .w.y n knowledge of this briber,,. Lcrimer Not Sworn as a VMneas. Mm notwitlttandlng tit.' fact that lor-Imi- r was th.re nt Horlngtleld. durirg lti- time this hrilM-rcciirrecl, notwIthstanJ-in- g he was rooming xmi In r.Histant i imniui.ir ulon with the mm wh were aecustsl of having cominltttd the bribery, he was not called. Yet when the honor of the senate, the honor or the ( lilted States was at stake, when the very honor of SeiiHt'tr Paynter himself wa it trans-lerreMake, when the of rimer was jt hne. Senator honor 1'ayiHer never once krd the aceu:d Senator r.o:n Illinois. n il Wllliim Lorlir.r r. to r ik the f'ft his liMnd to be sworn to Ml the mitti. oince-tl- on tho whole truth relative to his Kom-pkilwith this affair. Why was he not placed on the witness stand? Senator Du-po- nt Paynter stati.? that he resigned from the tlalllnger committee because he was sick As filth files ami h.d rot an opportunity to envs-ex-amlbroom, do Mr. Ilalllnger. Senator Paynter foul in blood fly was sick for two days, the UalUnger comtntttte was In session for lve months, ltilllr.gcr was ujsn the en-nt- e. for right days; lie could have b-- n -nailed at anv time, as Senator Pavnter well knew, for th purpose of atslng him any question he dis'red. And vet They canTt broom of blood. the Senator resigned from the commit with he could not ercvs-t-imlue him. boils, s The llalllnger c.T-- did not alf-- i t tlv honmalaria, 5t and kidney or of the senale.it nffeetd the proerty rf the iteople. It did not affect the honor It euros quickly and curon to stay. It gives glorious health and of Senator Pnynter as a member of the wonk, oickly and run-dow- n. renate. It affected the tcrcat natural re-- r ate Payntcr. lurccs of the jteople After resigning AMD $1.00 PER BOTTLE PRICE Senator Paynter asks the Democrat of rrom the committee becatise he did not Kentucky to approve hi record, and yet have an opixirtunltv to Hallinger, ns he said, he tits for weeks with a fthlrkiiig that Is almost nhamelev he fall to call attention to thoee parts of aiid months upon the eae lth his polttlr.tl reeortl which have hroiiKhl the whole Reiiubllc ringing with ehargos him Into the white lljtht of pulille attenef bribery against him and never once It-4ie tion. He ankx the !eple of Kentueky to raid to him. "Iiorlmer, you must bo npprnve hU reconl. .tnd yet when th iworn. The honor of your count ty I nt -- yet he did not vote. I'ayne-Ahlrle- h tarltT bill va uiuler take, my honor Is at stake, your honor Payntcr's Vote on Wire Nails, tiarbed with lt !). m1h-1ii1whlnli I.-- a stake. THI us. dl-- you know of this W. opprt! liumunitv. wth the imllmlte.1 bribery?" Hut Senator Paynter made his Wire, Etc leport smearing Iiorlmer wlih whiteOn June is. nwj. an amendment was D B IN T I W offerc-- .l wash and fiying that he. boarded at reducing the tralff iiK.n iron ip Crowuiiiiil Uridyl' Work done nl rviiHoiiablc A Men's Christian A relation bultd-n- g pigs, upon round Iron and stecjL wire, upon barbed wire and wire nails mude of, pr.Iqes.' and w.ta alright. r, Jhtw. Iron or ai .1 ,n,a nn,i, Ortlee up stalm, lu the Jones Itiillding. Was Lorimer Afraid? ' Why did not Lorlnicr take the stand? ter was absent and his rtgular pair; Mr) ' Gree.uvllle. Ky. Wus it because when he sworn he would helm was Interested In taxing thJpeoplo, - subject to pros.eeutl.Mi Tor ierjury or of lOntucky uoon all th.e thlnos that' f ilse swearing. If h" swore falsely' Was ,tre useu oy an our citizens anua.wnicn It because Lorimer illd not know how go 10 make his pockets bulge, mo nn riany more conscience sttiuken men nounced no pair with Senator ftayritct' P.hynlc luti llttll t.HII'gCOII. v ould eome forward and Implicate him as iiu 1 nun no eompiuint upon thefpart qj,. Ofllee Itnln .t eel liciir MiilUhlrecl. hesi four or seven men hid done, feariter about his fallufejto dry, ing the criminal courts of the land. U Kentucky rough: to be excused from testifying as to so. therefore this importantwas ajjsfrang volfli. the integrity of his own election, tlie chased uon CAM HOWARD. WAUL It. GAY. purity of his own acthni, the honor of his Paynter's Vote on School .uwn state. The blind senator. iSorc. or orilTlfoma; Democrats of the Senate Repudiate offereil an amendment placIngfts.cbovl Isioks to be used In the public sejools tit Payntcr's Report. any state, or Piynter a.ks the ieopli of the United territory upon mutiictptrHfy6( f States, the fngo lis K- atucky to endorse his .ietl n here, as This would have aided the seventeen mlU" A ft range ti member of the Senate. Hon ramlllr In the Unltenl Stntemjn soV, Wkc ii Crtcn Ealldlcj, o;;e:UeLaMcade Hotel. Is when the Se.nt.ir himself this school commissioned" by his colleagues In tho curing chenpar paynterbooks for tlKWjChil. uren. senator was ngalfrtafcsBn claimed to them to lutve heard all and unpaired. Wi the testimony and to have rendered a anu not voting theretofore rcjapilfe & HBLTSLEY Just and rlfchfmfjtvurfllot. These man. gttnliolm, ..hli ot-i .int ihjs nmendmtnVl .- -v -- iriTt ru, time of b title, and jvt thi g oat ha Uen honored i nil tiiu Mtftoiy of rvir the Democratic iwrty for molt ilian a hum red ytru:. with th.' t. lc;ion if one of Iter aoiw a tlu-- lui.nlu.e of thu imrty. Tho itiatrlcl In whlth tfrontor I'aynltr now llvm Km tumllod I .1 troni Koiitucky Stlf of th. time lin fr wa aUiiilttt'd Into the I'nion. And I Mibmit to that It I h fair only Just thut the lilliraltHr :.mo.T;tle i!:trlet of rhe tte choultl for one tlm? in rnoro than n rentoty l plvon the as the Ktamlartl-brr- r of the lVmocnitle jwrty for the L"nltel !tntej Mtuitor.ohlp. We have glxen you our for vti In all the struggle We ull th:to ubnilt without cotnpla.!i;t. tht falrmliule'lnetitf of the. of the more whole tae that thlf reiurfit la mom-e- r than reaorjible. It In true I am a of the tcrent eommltteo upon Way? and Mm, the llrat llomoerat to hold the nlnee from Kentueky 4nee the l:iyi of t'irllsle. of Iteek. of U reek u rid k an. I rf Mmcomery. fouvht my way to tho f front Ix'irliijr tlK ytalnkyn Uuin-- r tho rlfflitH. K I have enWrel myself to mv rollanu. h. It b.t'.iue I was a tJemoerat .in-a lover of t ! ilirhta of jren. n l(4lver In Justlee 10 all humanity, ami tlt.it I bore tto vlUtevah hniflira nor tin;: of truco to the HetU" Ilea n ixirty. Appreciates Payntcr's Compliment. While 1 appreciate (treat ly the Jitlfh compliment my unwilling uptmnent pjiys me In inyln? that I ouj;ht to be kept in the houK?. Hwt the K"ple ean not np.uv rae from that forum. I can not y for him rhw.t he ousht to tie kept In tho 'J'lte senate to-- d ty N the one rvrk r.?lnm uhleh the xlsli of the people for nllff ItrrikK. It Is the ktat Ma ml of !'u!tracy; It U the tendexvou of the ); It i. lair of corpor-rttvrf.i Inter--The ieople the Ktntueky iitetle of frnel. one who will ilsht for them, one who la tlnlr friend and unafraid. The Democrats of the Senate Repudi dU-tt'.I tjrimcr. A nun might tirlbe .e;iuato.J an by unblt!on, but he who bitots ethfi's bttietlt, usually gets hi.' rttum. Ami yrt tlie most dMMer.m- - n.i.e mil threatens the Anterlfni .sple filty I; briber) of that try s..rt. Of eour--- . . tr 1 the amendment. Tho amend inent. if course, would hive affected the profits thai, hive made Mr. (Juggeitholtn h millionaire, and by is not t be blamed Of the itersonal Interest of a public 'Qui-dIs allowed to control above hi 8Uh and his public duty) for voting to enrich himself at the expense of the consuming public. Hut Hie Inqulrv desire to nwke Is where wn Senator Paynter and why did lie not vote for this amendment? With whom was he paired? Then Is none announced for him. Paynter's Vote on Cash Register?. On June M. IPO, nn amendment was offered reducing the duty from SO $or cent to 15 wr cent upon cash registers. Senator Paynter again was absent lind not voting, and Mr. tlusTeiiheltn ro In his place and ued following language: "I h ive 1 cilr the tlie senior with from Kentucky, Mr. I'.ivnterj" I transfer that ia!r to the senator from Delaware. Mr. Dupont. and vote. I yoPj no." So, It would apiear from this tint when Clin;, nhelm desired he paid uytir- -' ly no attention to the pair and he d It to some absent mllllomilrojfllke Dupont and then cat his own vntnfIn. eonsreesloiuil and senatorial nartapco, ' tuggeiilir4tn transferred Senator PaVritcr to a, dead imlr, but I have eNHmlneditho fongresslonal Recorn and find no made bv Senator Pavnter of bblrig transferred about bv Guggenheim ttf as the exigencies of the occasion might require. Free Lumber. On June ;c. 1M, when the question came up on free lumber. Senator Payntcr was absent and not voting and Guggenheim on this vote announced a palfi but did not transfer It and nowhere stnted how he would liave voted If Senator Pavnter had been present. It mlhtf have that GuenliHm would havevoted for free lumber, at hast I know jof no state that free lumber worsq than Colorado. Mr. Gugenhelm may tdll his that lie would have voted for free lumber, at Ie:it he did not hn& the courage to say he would have 'voted agaln-- t It. and that Senator Taynter would have voted against Tree lumber. The Record does not Free lumber was a platform promise made by the DemacrtMie party In national cynvon-tlo- n at Denver In 1S0S Senator Myntcr was n delegate there and did not Jmposo was In honor bound to support It against CLEANING "TIME so humors before the impure matter and disease germs, effete and before the stand against this matchless the the troubles they cause, such as pimples, rheumatism disorders. 50c ITERS Out they go, along sores, eczema, makes a clean sweep. salt-rheum, vigor to tho SOLD Mm GUARANTEED f .DR. J, BARLOW, T. GIFT FOI CULTURED HOMES MM I, J SLAT0N, 1 Bok. HOWARD & GRAY, '.LAWYERS. ) WPlELTSLEY ii.uf a .ei-i.- : BE. .'Jt of,;A3snot-- ' rii c choice of tne people Kentucky wacn he Was elected to Mi's Senate; be Is not the choice of the people of Kentucky now. I believe I am woll within the bounds or reason that Senator and truth when I Payivter cot!ld not have polled, whon J10 was olcr'rd to t:ie Scnoite. mor lhan one vote out oT five in Kentucky against Sentstor llkickbuni. But the Sfnalor tlids the proposition V'hcn he atatfs It Is vunecessary to state nomivhut his preference was as to tneollleers nation of tho candidate for state And the rutted States Saunte. Senator. I am no mlnj rertr, but I know your preference a Ihe pPl of Kentucky Know what It lt. There was a. jlme whon It was Decenary for you to act. Wlien Demoeratlc platforms were Iwvimr trHiii. pled upon and Democratic Issues wero Imperilled yon remained silent. I waa told quite frequently at I.outvllle. when the committee mt the time before the U?t, that tho primary call wax not In proper form and that It must be lejra'V drawn because Senator Payntcr Intended to Institute n "idt In 1ho courts enjoining the holdlnir of the onntoritil primary: that It would not done by him onenly. but by pome other person who renlly would be acting In hla Interest and thnt tt would ty said, of course, that Senator Pavnter know nothing about It; that a primary woa entire-J- y satisfactory to him. My Record. SonRtot Paynter nays in his card of announcement that I am a member of a great committee of the House and tho people of the state cuu not atlord to spare my service from the House, and ,that I will will remain a member of the 1 louse during his term a: senator. The Senator doubtlew loaes lsht of the fact that the term of congress for which I am elected expires at the same lime tihit the senatorial olliue which he now holds expires and of course the statement that 1 would rem ln a member ef Congress 3 untruo and pide by the Senator either for tho purple, of deceiving the people pf Kentucky or without the knowledge pf tho fact that a member of congretw two yuars. It Is is only 'elected follow citizen, gratifying in the rxtrome to know that after a -- rico pf tUglit yoarj in the Ilousw ip trying limes, wlien rmd and uppreoslon were battering nt the very etitrnnce, when groat and corrupt, were crowding every hall, when jmuurt nlfrctin? tho 1'Ubllc Interests were many .uid eonti)lex, that my opponent can not Jlnd one Haw In my recorJ. and was forced to urge as a reason why I should not be sent to the senate that I hod proved too faithful In the House. No greatrr tribute could he pay me, no greater compliment would I seek than the admission that the eve of the critic and tho enemy could find 110 fault ami he wa forced to this adAnd vet thin argument tm ply mission. means that to prove worthy of a trut la to be denied prtter trust: to prove Is not to bf promoted, and to prove faithful Js nt to "ml reward. People of Kentueky can woll wty. "We want the pcn:rrs of such a man who has risen so high and holds such a prominent position In the- ranks of hi parly to act for the whole state; for the good of th ato why circumscribe tho rest of th services of s'teh n man to the narrow limits cf a slnsjle dltriet. why not let mrh pood services come to ntl Kentucky tdlke?" The argument the Senator mik.-that because a member of congress has been capable and worthy and prominent In tho hou?e. he should ho kept there, tould have Uent TTenry Clay out of tho Fer.are. wruild have kept James Tt Reck In the house, would have kept John J. Crltenden retwrsrntlng a district, would have kent John O Carlisle noting for the Sixth Kentud r district, would have kept In the house and John C ,To.eph C C WacVbM-- j th ?hlanrt 1ltrtt While the Ssnator this jrnment to the peonlo of the whole ritu: it is the unly one. In my Judgment. b- wlileh the Senatoe enuWt have ever electel to the Senate, and I presume fo- tbit reason It Is nmr nnl deor to him While mv own district might demand thnt T should renin In In thehoiiMe. yet It delight me beyond expression to I'now tbnt T am supported by the of tint crrert district ns no o!her enndldnte prrentel bv It has been within my knowledge. Thy are unselfieh enough, thrv enough to support me In lids ambition to represent the whole Conjnwuiwp'slth. Including Ii the I'txlted States senate. Nevrr Had a Genator. The First torgresslonal district of Kentucky Is the OHiraltnr Democratic d!rr.-!c- , of our ctflte. Tt furnih-- - lo,C"0 to c r:.e 11 is on nvjorit wark to whlci DJinccruey lool in tao nbo-lutely b-- i fr lob-bic- - - lw - Dem-oera- e- - thom-celve- s. " M. JAM 3. E right of debate and amendment which exists In the senate, with tho vested lntr-cst- s writing these outrageous schedules of taxation Into this law. the Senator never ojeml his mouth In opposition to the oppressive schedules which effect the things miMf needed In the homes of our people. The farmer was being taxed, tho laborer w. bring taxtd. the merchant, the mechanic, the bushiest? man. and yet the Senator with wicks and months of time at his dsKsl !urluK this never rose to pr.int out to thr and to gthe country tlve wrongs attempted upon the that were AineriT.in xople ujion the thing moat needed by them. Hut not o when the "blond boss" from Chicago, tho Republican mllHonalre. the ' man who Vote1 for the force bill to reduce southern representation, to place back uoon Jr) of the South the black white rule tf negro domination, and who voted 10 imwjit ncuvinrats. whn were elected bv the voice of the people from iouth-estate. Yet when Uorlmer, who waa elected bv corrupt methods, the like of whlrOi has never disgraced any other assembly, with the possible exception J (liiggenhelm, who bough! his sent In Co! oijulo-tb- ls man I.orlmer. who said In his speech upon the rt;.r of the sencuo thnt he voted as Aldrlch did: Aldrich was his lender and when the bells rang for the vote he went Into the senate an did not nk. "e It rl&ht?" or "Is it wrong?" "Do( the bill tix humanity, or doe It relieve their burdens?" Hut he only asked the brutal question, "How f1!n Aldrlch vote? I vote as he votes." When this man's title to a tnt was under In the senate upon a report which Senator Pavnter helped to make, thi Kentucky Senator found time to speitk for hours In the defense of ihls man. who was "elected by thee corrupt methods, who stnnds for thnt oppresses mankind, who Is the agent of the system. The Senator for hours. In thi name of Kentucky ar.d representing her proud iH'ople. spoke In ..'efense of And yet. fellow citizens, this sa:ne Senator T.orlmer. who was elected bv this corruption, a corruption so glarlnsr and outrageous that lour men. conscience Mrleken. who took bribes went forwar.i and confessed. Implicating three oMier members of the legislature who. they ta Id. corrupted them, making seven In all. Hut Senator Paynter says vou should deduct the seven from the total number and If Iirlnirr had ot uialoritv irf thosTi reniainiiig then Jie was. entitled to his seat. No wonder the Hepiil)leaq Henecto created a plnee for the upon the committee of tlie Jtnlletiiry; In a wonder they do not elevate him to the supreme court of the 1'nlted States; for the holding that he made. In mv Juds. mont, would not find respectnble upproRt anywhere. Thw Idea, of saying that u man may become a candidate for ortlee 11id may go forth and brllw the r.unih-down to whsre he has a majority of thoeo unbiibed and get the ofriee Is the announcement of a doctrine that would undermine '.he Republic and make the senate, more than It Is now. tho bulwark of plutocracy, bribery atirt corruption. Kay there are a hundred members In tho legislature, and suv that I have 'X honest mm who are for meand mv opj.o. nent has 74 who are for him: all I luive 10 do. according to the doctrine of the dlstinpuMied Senntor. the doctrine he Involked to hold Trlmer In h!s seati Ij to go and bribe 10 of the men who are for him. and then you subtrect 40 from the total ttumber of 71. and SB lietng a majority of his remr.'nlng 23, T will bi e of the entitled to the sent. would have been disfranchised and bribery, brutal, corrupt and Impudent Aould have triumphed and the member they desired elected. Lorimer's Speeches In Kentucky. Tlie speeches of Senator lirlmcr aru today b"lng clrculntrd IhtTUgh KenturVv In every county In it, sjieeeh's patd for by Iiorlmer. speeches niHer the fijuik ot Lorlmer at governinent expense, sent oufby t.orlmer for the purpose of aiding Senator Payntcr. mid I am Informed and ohnrge It tn he tru tb.it tlie State of "Kentucky'' was princsl upon the envelope thnt thefe ptxeehef. and the infilling lltt urei in sending them out was one fnriUtihed by Senotor Pnynler. Tills Is Tirimrrism attempted here In Kentueky nttemptln: to Influence the selection of a Unlteq states senator In u Democratrc prlmnry, using the United States mallK for the purpoy. mid yet this, we may be told. Is some of that unseen lntluence, so far an Pauter Is concerned, that was used to elect Ttrlmer That men were brlbsd In CpringAeld, Illinois, no man ier.ie. sml yet ertor Paynfr and Ids fellowtV they wmild Mve us tht iu n. wom "brilMxl Jy some unlniA'n a Iiarul without ths knuwL'ja or ui Uorl-me- r. I Lorl-mer. vt'. 11 r One-ha- lf pen-pi- - Mu.; senator fncywwr aswc ins pewpie 01 to do, that le. endorse his record. Hut Imted. his Democratic colleagues In spite of the comradeship and amity that exists between members of that body. In spite of the appeals rmulc by two to ono his own Democratic fellows in the senate d'rnpproved his record and that Lorimer oght to be driven from the senate. who t;od Let us call the roll and by Senator Paynter for r. (.Mr. Jamc--s then nail and commented ti!n ihe roll call of the senate.) I was in that chamber when the vole was takm and saw It all. I saw Senator Payntc sitting In the seat coeupled by Heck, by Clay, men who lived anl died poor, men who had no tolerance of lllmsy teehn! oalltlc--s of the law when they were usc s barriers to protect corruption. I i Senator l'aynter leading his flsjht: beside him were IViiew and GiiggfiihtMm, of Colorado, and the stand pat crowd. Official Records. Tlie jwople are Interested In the olIlct:i reconl of their public servants, and Midi a record Is a legitimate ?ubj ei of analysU nnd liiHpertlun, end x. erclslng this right, desire to call to thi eopte of Kentucky thj attention of th record of Senator Thomas II. Paynter. believe this record rtlseloacs that he doe. not rtpresont the democracy of the stai thnt be Is retrogressive not progrieIve, that he Is tainted with pioicetlonlsm. Payntcr's Vote on Iron Ore. He voted on May 13. 1109, for a tax o ten per cent ad a'orem upon iron ore Tho protection Republicans In the house, beaded by Sereno K. Payne and Johq Dalsell. believing a? they did that thej had a r!g.1t to entlch men ay taw. at the expense of all the rest, did not have tin effronlf-rto place n ttx upon this artl ile. And In the 11 parsed by the Hons framed by these gentlemen Iron ore wat, made free- but when it got to tlie this mstsrkil, which goes Into tlx manufacture of every wagon, harrow, plow, stove, farming Impltment. kliches titenle Is taxed 1i per cent ad valorem, nnd Senator Payntcr cart his vote foi ibis I:nrea.'-- d duty, a protective duly pure and .simple, a duty which added P per cent to the wealth of th." Steel trul which owns pr ietlr illy all the Iron of In the t'nltrd States, and made impos.). iron ore from Cubi. Canada and ble other eoiintrlc. for the use of lndcf orient manufacturers of tecl and iron whr might compete with the Steel Tru-- i. and inerc tsul the price ef every article ihe extirt of 10 per e, nt which the eon Mimers. farmers, mechnnles and lndtf have to pay. This vote my fnlble and tnexeusabsethetnsenatejuiigmetit, would If bsd 'wen In have ve'ed to have t plaerd free. b?cs.usi would hve retersented the ieople whe made trom Iron on conMitre the artlrl-and wquld not hnve voted fur the trust vhlrh maiMifsetures Iron and steel, and cwns thv lreat or h:'s in this country. His Fair With Guggenheim, Senator Psvnter. according to the Con. srre!ori.Hl Itn ord, b.ad a genera! palt ylth Senator Rlmott "!vggenh Im. of C1. f thf u'sdo. Rut I find from the rei votes until th tariff bill lht tjnrvrn hrlm voted when lie pleaded snil Senator P:iynter wlien w.is utilmu' ,1 pair If fitiggenhelni plinsed in vole, but th itecitrd shows no compNInt upe;i fayn ter's part when he allowtd the r.ea? three millions of Ktntucklans to go unrepresented, even by a pair vote. His Vote on Lead Ore. If!, nn amendment was t On May by Aldrlch by which the duty upon red lead and lead bearing 01 c of all klnd. was Hacd at !$ cents tsr ihoiimI. which per ton. to uggenhHm. .s Pavnter's pur. voted end Psyuter vs i.iordeei n nt vc v.iMiout a p ,1, kc.R. snd he wi - n.ior Pr j ntT 'g5 M'ti- - l"i Me "d oie and to voe uoon r ore. and other Milng.t out of whl"'i his (tUigecnhrlniM rortune Is made tnd i:ion which he wanted to le v a ts upon the .Vnierican people" If not, why did Senntor Paynter not rinudlii.tr In th mien senate GusgenJielm who w is paired with f Hit- pair voted him M'.il in violation while ho was ansMit. If he was paired with him, nnd did violate the pain, or did Paynter allrtw the confiding ttcoidc of tinrrprcsenjed even by Kentucky to a pair? Hia Vote Upon Scrap and Pig Iron. 1IMI. uii amendment was On Juue offered striking out the tariff duty of SI.W a ton on wrought and east rernp rcn and scrap tterl. which, as .iited by Senator Burkett lc the dbte. Is the farae as t!E Iron and an Identical term, skma'r Payrt"? gan ran r.erdei v? tot v.v.ing, rr..1 r.ii rvfi.a.- i nat: was :.tg:dcU as voilss ion-tack1 sen-ale1 1 1 iib-e-- nt of-fSen-at"1 Pc eiie-tlo- pOusst-nhdni. y Senntor nacon offereil an amc ment Office at Homs, East Main-croStreet. placing salt on the free, lut nnd argued with eloquence and jower that It Is one Tclcphono No. 78, of the necessities rf life that should be untaxed, that it was jjemocrntlc doctrine of a hundred years standing that this great nccewsltv and preservative should be made free to the people from tariff burdens. Senator Paynter again was absent and n t voting and unpaired, but itiigtreiihelin cast his vote no. and thus IIETWEEN voted to keep the tax even upon salt that goes. Into the people's bread. So. again. Paynter wns absent and the cattle upon and Chicago Kentucky's thousand hills were Mowing Louisville cut "Where was Paynter?" I JEST LINE TO Paynter's Vote on Cotton Ties. Senator Culberson, of Toxas, offered an amendment on June 2S. 1303. placing hoop California and the or band Iron for balirjr cotton or other upon the free list. commodities ThlJ Vast Northwest wdold have aided the farmers of the South to nuy In an open untaxed market those tl)lqgs qsed 'n preparing their products for tio market and would have permitted them to have bound their products Two trains daily nnd prepared them for Shipment, which sell In the open marthey are forced French Lick and Vest Baden Springs. kets of the world without a protective tariff benefit. Senator Payntcr again was absent and not voting nnd unpaired. Hut his regular pair. Mr. Guggenliclm, STATION, was on the Job and voted against the amendment. LOUISVILLE. Paynter on the Income Tax Question. DEARU0KN STATION, When the question came up of the InCHICAGO. come tax amendment, on July B, nv.i, an amendment was offered that this income tax q'urstlon should be submitted to conventions called In the states for that purpose, nnd no to the state legislature?. Dinin? and Parlor Cars. This would have given the people an opportunity to send men to the convenPalace Drawing Room Sleepers. tion upon the cMrret question of tho All friends of the Income Income tax tux were In favor of this amendment. E. H. BACON, D.-P- . A., Senator Paynter was again absent, but nls regular pa'r. Guggenheim, N. V. Cor. 4th ami Market Sis. him upon tMs vote to Senator LOUISVILLE, KV. Pile, of Washington, who was absent i 'rans-ferred ynter's Voteon Salt. irv cirraiVmliOe" I ... XVJ., 200 Olhcrs 75, S(00, S!50 The Victroirt 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 PERSONAL SERVICE HERE 4 J. L. ESTATE ROARK and Guvgenhelm somewbere. voted no upon this question. A i!n Senator Paynter was transferred ty his colleague. Guggenheim, to a dead pair, but doubt-I- f 1k had got'en used to It by this time and no complaint was ever made. Payn-Aldr!- What Arc Yea doing To Bo This Year hy way of making your business suc cessful and your domestic life full of m ItvM pleasure, if you are not supplied w telephone service of the Cumberland M Telephone & Telegraph Company? Everyone should have a telephone. Vou are connected with all outside important points in local connections with all residences and business houses. For any information call manager, i Paynter's Voting Percentage. I find that nut of a total numtier of tariff lilH votes upon the of 123 roll palls. Senator lynter voted bsc.it IT times Ills 75 tlmee nnd was ireord of not voting was 3"! 5 per cent, In d other words, Kentucky was not or misrepresented at least more a third of the time. than Senator Blackburn Defeated. How strange the argument corner from Senator Paynter that because he Is upon the Judiciary Committee he ought to be kept In the Senate'. When Senator wus leader of the minority In th position to which a Saiuite, the Mglu-eDemocrat could hope to attain, upon a leglskittve eomm'ttee of the greatest importance, n, pciftfon which after h lifetime of service uion Senator Paynter's jKitt he could not hope to achieve P e.iP.r Psynter had live and yt wlu tlte Appruls ytJS us Jmle ipounserve-d- Court ofplace to . a nt'$S.W)u a yeir which he Iwd bum cbct'sl by the ieopi,c after having told Shem that he win ted them to endorse' him and send him back to tho bench, lie give up thise live years unserved as Apellate Judge, at a salary equal at that time to thnt of a United States Senator, to tun agalnet Senator Rkickburn. who ws seeking to round out a lif etime of ui fulness ns a publl,; servant, bath In p.artv councils, nt the pinnacle, high In committee assignments, at the very top. n star.dlng with hU colleagues of the very lHt. nnd yet Senator r P.ynter became s e.indldnte against Blackburn lei d rested him. And U fiis. thai yov I believe. fePcv asre with me tbat l eonic:; with pour r.ce and wPh no .ni e for 8"nitoc Pnviiter now to sv Ihil he oiuht to be kept In tb" Sniiif b. e,iile he )iiip' iii tq be on Ihe Jndlelrv Committee, wh'cri .i pot (i committer nf any import tnio hi far ns igil.ifiop n the Interest of til It handles qejthitr PCPIlle Is emu errte-ft-. fits tariff nor milrpad hills nflr appro prlntlon hi!l, rqi practically any other legislation if Hrert Imnnrtauee to the jiefliile, I was Importuned by hundred Of men to run for the Senate. I had no jlvo years' tenure of ofllee In front of mo lit a salary equal to that nf a Senator, us Mr. Pavnter did. yet I was willing that Sttislnr Hlnckburn should be permitted to roiird out his career In the Senate by el.Tt'on to that term. Senator Pynter gave up his five years at a '.ike sslsrv to that of Senator tor six Ir. th There was only one u.nre- - cf jva's dlKvresci ir. renrc-venteI.Mark-butu t . 11 Seti-stoi 1 t.-.- A Good ExaxnpL I am a rood example," writes Mrs. R. L Bell, of McAlcsler, Okla., "of what Cardui 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 1 began to take Cardui. "Cardui has surely helped me 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." It is well to make up your mind before you are sick what medicine you will take when you arc sick. CI Cumberland Telephone Telegraph Incorporated. & Co. m C55 S?vsr r iJN1 rc"rr iri.vt .! M rci amch LcS Aii;:''-"v'-nr- p i 11 J47 The Woman's Toiric You wiil be g"l.ul lo take il when you arc tired, miserable and when life smir. a weary grind. It will put new iliongiils in!o jour head, frer-.l- courage into your mind. If not sick now, a 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 wcak,get a bottle today. At all druggists. I tS 3 1 itS;S,;,V.CPH0T0 j ''nvu. B Mi nA J? Wi 9 Amcrlwn P suit. NkJ nicua k :i n mwi'l i r Vie Photcpap?: st., no.iv.ii, mx, Write to: Advisor Dept., Cliatlanooca Medicine Co., Chaltannooga, Tctto for Special Instructions, and boo!t, "Home Treatment for Women." sent free. on it'a pas) If you have a watch or clock out of running order, jewelry to be repaired, or sewing machines out of service, bring them to McCracken s.cd get firaiclaas gaaraatccd work. WALLPAPER Sml Prices, it M'$ igord. Aii When a young lady she was married to John Beverly, who after marriage, A SPRING TIME FANCY. Written in memory uf Annie Ilmlilii ('jiiiiii-bel- l wlio.li.Ml A pill 10. Il)l. Again tli Spring ha come, h A fairy at whom? tunrli all nature Mtttlef. Kueh twljr, oh I'll Wii.le uf f rniut ami lluworrure All vrafce, ami fuel anew their life Map attr. Tin Milt; Mnl fei-l- the ataxic of her touch Willi hope renew tsl lie wbiatlen to hln mate Anil from lt jirrvh In eeittney the wron SoiiiIh forth a IIiiihI of mintr, halftmuot, half-Rla- .l oiittiieticieo9t(oo(t9tiioeiQito:iitooiecooiiioot((it9 independent Newspaper. rUHLIMIEII TIMMtVDAT I1T Own RECORD PRESS, Ricx, PrcMident. OKIKN L. lto.UIK. Secretary Orijsx Long-Distan- L,. line Koak'k. i rear of store, Editor. No. 72 round Htwr ADVANCE. Telephone. O.Hce lu ocr. 50 CHITS PER YEAR. ill Thr auhnrrlnttou nrlrf of th numr Is ttmvn We in mArmmce, mmI wha tbo Mmr hna expired to wbira It la pnra, Uie Micr will In; atopiioil of thanks, ohUunrjr eU., If not longer line., will lie puuiUhnl free. A chargt- - of fte. per line will b fur iieoee il No rnrlutlon uf thiamin to anyone, Inir Vrc sample eoptrK will be utHilml. AdvertlteiMrnt will Ih luawted. A rrvte can! rauMS. Cl tnn ln Un. nolle, uU will be furuUhcxl oh requeHt. Addrena llroatmuiiiclln8 mikI make nil rQ utlUuucea payable to ItECOKD 1KK86. (irvenvllle. Ky. THURSDAY, MAY I, 1911. Itatered At tko Clruouvlllo, Ky., )hnMi1Ioo second-claw- as , nmtter. A horrihlf. mine catastrophe in West Virgirtin, and added to the recent mining tragedies in Pennsylvania and Alabama, Affords yet another proof that Slate inspection (iocs not inspect Long expirencc demon strnlcs that when the miners, mine owners and operators arc let atone they protect themselves much better than does the State from loss of life caused by neglect. State inspection of mines, like State inspection of factories, is for the most part mere political jobbery. Berger, Socialist from Milwaukee, thinks the government of the nation should be by a general town meeting. Me would abolish the Senate, deprive courts of the power to Merger thinks he hold laws invalid. could stampede the House of Representatives in favor of Socialism if all the obstacles were removed, but he is too moderate. What he wants to do is to abolish the House as well as the Senate, and we doubt very much if there would be any use of the Presidents and the courts in his scheme. Good Roads Enthusiasts. Judge R. O. Pace, editor of the Sentinel, last week had the following center-sho- t editorial in his paper: a daily occurrence for some man to ride into town, sometimes coming eighteen or twenty miles, to make complaint to the county judge about a mud hole in the road or a broken plank in a bridge when thirty minutes work would have fixed either. Such fellows arc nearly always lookiug for a job, but most of them are perfectly willing to do the work and donate their time, just asking the county to give them ten to fifteen dollars to partly pay the extra help. What a blessing these philanthropic, public-spititc- d citizens are! So solicitous about the political welfare of the officials, that they are willing to make sacrifice like this every day in the year for their sake. We know them and learned to love and honor them during our four years' experience." This hits the nail squarely on the head, and aho hits a large number of persons who are so afraid that they will do something for nothing thnt they habitually refrain from cleaning out a ditch, nsiling down .a loose plank in a bridge, filling up a dangerous rut, or any other small job that could be done in five minutes time and provide safety for all who have occasion to pass over the road. Many land owners permit such things to exist right in front of their homes, and the effect is extremely bad. Most people recognize that they must do something for. the public good, but there arc enough who fail in this respect to make conditions unsightly and expensive, in the matter of highways. iMrs. Isabellc Beverly. became one of the ablest ministers of his day in this county. Mrs. Beverly was the last surviving member of the Piano Methodist church which was organized in iS.S. The church was organized in her father's house four miles from Piano, on Rowlctt creek, with twelve mem WI1II0 ftklmmliiK o'er the Held anil through tins valo bers. l Tlu hoar nrk note, eneh low 18 The following children were born Ami store tliem In IiIm ItreitMl to woven lio to Rev. and Mrs. Beverly: Joe W. Into a tHitiK more grainl Ibau all the rt'at Beverly, Tom M. Beverly and Mrs. Wliteli lie will tinj; when cowo yet warmer dajd. Lula Beverly Hughston, Crowcll, The wind, companion wlltl of winter's relsn Tex; Mrs. Lizzie Henry, A. V. Bev In chnugeil, ami calmly now pursues lt way CarcftMlng nit the earth with it awuct breath. erly, Jim M. Beverly, (all deceased); Yea, e'en the htiiann liettig It trnngforinuil: John Beverly of Dallas; Mrs. Mattic In spring tlmc'M aenaon brief, forgotten are. The onroH, the toll the itnlly grlml of life, 1C. Martin, Paducah, Ky. ; Mrs. T. Ami all Km sonllil tiling are hm a dream F. Hughston of Piano; Frank W. Kor in the heart a iiamcletHi joy welln up Which crowd out all unhapplueMs ami woe. Beverly of Piano, who was living at Ami lu the nltHcuee of theae cnrtbly bonds the oltl home place with his mother. The soul irt lorue aloft to heights m great Thut eehoeti from Ueyond pierce through Hit) Look Like New All the children were present at veil the death of their mother, except Ami Htrll.-- a ehonl rrajioiiMlre In the heart. At very little expense, the worn, shabby, scuffed A chord which through the Mrs. Mattic IS. Martin, of Paducah. When Spring invibrato inajeitty IioIiIhwork! all her nw.iy. and scratched woodwork in any home can be made Mrs. Beverly had thirty-on- e grand Though nature ohl renpnntln to her sweet voice And in her train there come new life ami hope, bright and attractive in fact, to look like new. children living, and eight grcat- - Unto the dead her call eoinort all in vain She was the grand The. lifeless form, Hhe never ran restore. randchildren. mother of Hon. Wallace Hughston tram pled by In glen VARNO'LA C and an aunt of Hon. George P. Ttxtlny the school-girl- s Hut she the one who 11ml to with them go Brown of this city. stains and varnishes at one operation, giving to all That wontlroii chlltl whoo uyua saw all things new Mrs. Beverly raised and lived to surfaces the elegant effect ami durable, lustrous surface Whose nd g.ive protoUc rare of future sec her sons, Judge W. T. Beverly, powe- rof beautifully finished oak. mahogany, walnut, or other She wluve tlenr voice wu well loved by thutn county attorney, and district judge nil and one of the foremost lawyers of Wan alwtent from the merry throng ut girln expensive woods. Call for Color Card. the state, and her son, Tom M. Bev Ut'JoIelng In the April Muiahlne bright: Was absent, ami rcturuotl will be no more, erly, sheriff of this couuty; also her No more for her will ever ring grandson, Hon. Wallace Hughston, Or bookti their profound mystericH unfold. Incorporntcil. That marvcloiiM girl, we knew she could not county attorney, and her nephew, live Hon. George P. Brown, county at Kor when a babe whe seemed too fair and frail GREENVILLE, KENTUCKY. long wnys of Ule torney of Collin county. Her grand To brave for by anthe ttturmy mothcr'tt care Yet fchk'lded aunt's anil ooo 990ooooooo9ooo909oaeeoeoeocBoooo33oeo son, Dr. A. Fitzhugh Beverly, until She grew from Infancy ho pure ami awuct That, as a child of earth mhc did not sewn recently, has been assistant physic- But like some belli;; from another sphere ian and superintendent of the insane Wlio panned, for Just awhile to allow the way To those grown wenry In HfeV mjntle race, asylum of Austin. lire bin iuul left Its Imprint on her Mini No belter woman or truer Christian lire youth hail pawed or cherished dreams come true ASSEMBLY CUM- has ever lived in our great county. Her loved one saw her alowly fade away Her home was always open to good Like some pale tlower In the woodland shade rmirjfH RPBiiNn Though from the people, and we know this world has Too frail sheltereduntil the elements so wild to lust Harvest time. been made better and brighter by her Ami now the Spring Qjioen searches far niul wide Dale of Sale May 16 to 29th. inclusive. Limited to May 31, 1911. having lived in it. The good, old, She calls but no response will e'er be heard consecrated mothers in From little Annie who In yean gone by Round trip fare from Qreeiiyille, Ky. Was her companion lu ench wilful mood. Zion are fast passiug away to their The buttcrlly which she was wont to chaec W. CJ. CRAWFORD, Aceut heavenly rewards, where sorrow, Flits by now undisturbed save by the wind For she the wondrous seraph child is gone. pain and misfortune arc no more. Ami M. Longest. The funeral services will be held Friday morning at the Methodist church in Piano by Rev. C. B. F. & SONS Fladger. The friends of the family from Mc- Practical Watch Makers Kinncy and surrounding country are -Jewelers respectfully invited to attend 'thxr funeral. Burial will be made in the With Our Thirty Years cemetery at Piano, beside her faith ful husband, who years ago passed in the Business. to his reward. 1 Lhcse papers extend sincere and feeling sympathy to all upon whom bereavement has fallen in the passing away of this faithful, kind and lovable old mother." all We represent tlidt iiu!k-lilrilove-ca1 REUNION- - UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS LITTLE ROCK, ARK., MAY 1518, Fare Round Trip From 1911 11 ONLY Greenville, Ky. p pOiDU 00 Dfl There will be a special through train out of Princeton at 5.36 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 ex-- , ceptional 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 ail regular trains until June 14. W. C. CRAWFORD, Agent. on train No. 101 Make Shabby Woodwork fiCMEQSAUTf 111 ccuonl-bell- . Greenville Milling Co. c Inexpensive i3sS? k mMM pic God-lovin- $3c30 ir ,mm writes Thcy last a lifetime. Thev're Firenroof Sfnrmnrnnf Suitable for all kind3 cf buildings. For further detailed information apply to G. M. DEXTER & (0. Greenville, Ky. MUHLENBERG COUNTY SAVINGS BANK Greenville, Ky. J. P0A6 -and- Appreciating your past patron-agfew- e solicitjall or part of your General i mmmm future Banking business. THOS. E. SUMNER, Cashier. rfgzrcsgai 1 Ice Delivery Starts May 6. Regular wagon delivery of ice tnent is guaranteed by tho manufacturers against any defect in or construction. material This gunranteo is without timo limit, and holds good the world over. the Home ance Insur N. Kinds of farm and RST RATIONAL BANK GREENVILLE, KENTUCKY DIRECTORS W. A, Wickliffc, W. G, Duncan, C. E Martin, R, T, Martin, E J. Purycar, C. M. Martin, Jno, T. Reynolds, Jr. will be resumed on Saturday, May 6, and continued through the season. Persons wanting ice will use the cards, so that drivers may know to (0. of Y. jfeiiy lip property. I make deliveries, ice cau be had at the olficc up town or at the plant, as heretofore. Waltham Watches now in use Wc have a large assortment of Waltham watches in Gold, Gold Filled, Silver and Nickel Cases. If you have a sick watch or clock that needs repairing bring it to us. We guaiantce a perfect cure and acuratc time. Our prices are as low as first class work can be done. We also handle a large stock of Elgin, Waltham, and American made watches, Clocks and Jewelry. f-- 2,000,000 FIRE "I Suffered Intense Pains in My Left Side." Do you realize it is better to be safe than sorry, that it is the best policy to lock the stable door before the horse is stolen? ACCIDENT EMPLOYER'S. LIABILITY LIFE The standing and responsibility of the men who constitute our Board of Directors are a guarantee of careful, judicious management. STEAM TOILER BURGLARY GIVE :- -: BONDS WANT INSURANCE. IS A CALL WHEN YOU Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy cured Mrs. C. C. Gokey, of a stubborn case of heart disease, such as thousands are now suffering with. Read what she says: "Before I began taking Dr. Miles Heart Remedy 1 had been suffering from heart trouble for over five years. I bad grown so weak that it tvas impossible for me to do thirty Elmer McCracketi and Watchmaker Jeweler I am opening a s repair shop, complete modern equipment, in Roark's first-clas- A Big Stock of Optical Goods Have your eyes tested free and glasses fitted. J. V. POAG & SONS Main Street Greenville, Ky. Save your hqnje by having your 13arkley Bros, do repaired. this work in best manner. flues GREENVILLE, KY. The followiug appreciation is from the Piano, Tex , News. Mis. Beverly was the mother of Mrs. W. A. Martin, of Paducah. "Another good mother in Zion has passed to her heavenly home a faithful, consecrated Christian of of a century, a loving g wife, and old fashioned, tender and affectionate mother Mrs. isabellc Beverly of Piano, this county, relict of the Rev. John liev crly, a. pioneer minister of the Meth odist church of this county, who passed away in May, 1SS8. Mrs. Beverly died at the old home place, two miles from Piano, where she has lived for more than 50 years, On the M 5 o'clock this morning. 5 lit day of January, lyi 1, Mrs. Bev-eil- y v.s.1 j 9 years of age. She was a Missouria by birth, coming to Te: its vrhea a cbtUi frith her parents, her maiden name being isabwIU; Jiusstli. Her parents came to Teas, voltiri ounry and the little village of Piano in December, 1S45, and she has resided in this county ever since three-quarters God-lovin- minutes work in p. whole day. suffered intense painsin my leftside und under die left ?hogl1cr blade, I could nut sleep oh the iff); side, ami was so f liort of breath (hot I thought 1 should never be pHe to take a full breath again. The least excitement would bring on the most distressing palpitation. I had scarcely taken 3 e of tljtj Heart Remedy before I could see marked change in my condi.ion. I began to sleep well, hid a good appetite, and improved so rapidly that when 1 had taken six bottles 1 was completely cured. MRS. C. C. GOKEY, NorthGeld, Vt KITCnc N CABINETS AT MkWi CI' 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 Quns, levor yers, ypewpiters etp. iH work guaranteed. GIVE HE A If you have any of the symptoms Mrs. Qokey mentions, it is your duty to ptotect ygursclf. Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy. is what you need. If the first bottle fails to benefit, your money is Hanna' sGree n5eal "The Made FORMULA OX TRIAL returned. Ask your druggist. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. Evbky Package ear raint TTVs n 99 I Ride with i Burr Grist Mill. Does This Mean Anything to You ? It expresses the maker's faith in the product. Labor is the principal cost in painting. The material should he the best. My new burr grist mill is in oper ation; call on your merchants for White Flint meal. Also ready to furnish the public with chicken feed and chopped cortr; jl 20 J. A. Shaver. Bresii, aai salted mes.ts of all kinds at J. E. Coombs Go's i They I fie Greenville Transfer Co.! meet all trains, day aiid night, with Bus and Baggage wagon. --- YOU CANNOT AFFORD ANY OTHER KIND, G. M. aiirkeL 020 DEXTER CO. GHEKMLLK, KY. 1" IiIillV Subscribe for I?e Record Only SOc X HaVAQ f I ; i. The continued rains of last Saturday and Sunday, accompanied by the heavy winds of Saturday, did great damage throughout WestWaters have never ern Kentucky. been known to be as high here, while the wiuds blew down much fencing, many trees and unroofed barns and houses. Roads suffered washouts, bridges were carried away, crops were damaged to some extent, but less than if the Hood had come two weeks later, as not much bottom lauds had been planted in com. Railroads wcte put out of business for a short time, trains being held until washouts could be repaired. Water covered Cancy creek bridge The only baking powder several inches for a short time be made from Royal Grapo fore noon Sunday, the highest mark Cream of Tartar ever known. The I. C. suffered the NO ALUM.NQ LIME PHOSPHATE loss of several hundred tics which were washed awuy. Large numbers I. C. fc. R. LOCAL TIME CARD. of tics had been placed along the line through this section, prepar atory to the regular spring rcplacc- mcnf, and as very little of this south nor miwork has been accomplished, most inn of the ties along lowlands were at LnntavlH? 1! Cincinnati H.x 1.51 iui 1ft! lixjitv. . 4.KSHHI 101 LonUvllle I.liuHwl the mercy of the water. . 7. IS nccoiiiHitMlatlou 001 pro p Unma Ratine Fav i Let Mc Rains Do Vast Damage. OUR OLDliST RESIDENT Mr. L. C. Chatham. Joins the fircat Tuesday Morning. Majority POWDER Absolutely Pure - 136 Cuulral City !. . . ini JOlTll noi'Sit. NO. 135 141 101 Ittl N. O. Hpoc. (UiiUhtIIIc Now OrlrntiM Hjierlnl 1911. Pmttienli and Cairo Fulton HiMJommotliitluii pu-- r. .I5 nm 11.40 fix your clock. v June 5. only) 1.30 am W.o. CiiAwronn. Agt. jiiii Good morning! Are YOU in favor of good roads? Mr. Harry Wilkinson will begin soon the construction of a modern cottage on Hopkinsvillc street, on the lot cast of the Presbyterian par sonagc. New stock sewing machine needles at Roark's for all machines. ..4 Get ready to clean-up- . Mr. Duncan Hamilton is home from Elkton for a few days. Miss Lena Arnold solicits club members and special pressing. N Good roads conventions arc pop Ihey are ular all over the State. Large line of collapsible gocarts more largely attended than political at Roark's. Prices right. conventions, and are of much more was importance. Mr. John T. Reynolds, Jr., in Louisville on business a day or Work is nrnnressinc raniuly on two the latter part of last week. the new residence of Mr. David and Flies arc appearing; get an even Duncan, on Hopkinsvillc street, the completed structure will be start with them and put your swat-ite- r in action; a death in time saves handsome home. nine&'sM -- Have Karklcy Iiros. repair your flues, and prevent a fire loss. "si 9. 1 ? 4. i , - 9' J- t - - Jr Dr"vHeniIcrS6ii .vwltfipVea1 at Hereafter McNaj-y- , .Graham next Sunday. ilr.ames? ate'sjr 'of. Rv'as herc'lastaturday on business, services will be held in the PresTroubadours and mingling socially with some of byterian church in Greenville on the second, third and fourth Sunhis friends. A mule was last week drowned in days of the month. the road a few miles south of town. Mr. C. M. Howard's two mule Daviess county is spending about delivery team is attracting much atHome grown strawberries arc be tention, and is delivering the grocer- $50,000 per year on permanent road ginning to appear on the market. Most of the roads improvements. ies at a rapid schedule. in Daviess arc in fine shape, and Typewriter ribbons, all machines, See Coombs & Co. before you now the less used highways arc the at Roark's o 57 sell your beef hides. ones that are receiving attention. Corn planting will be resumed in There has been some tall hustling earnest as soon as the land is dry in some sections by persons who enough to work. were preparing for the clean up squads that arc billed for Friday There was very little queen of the and Saturday. Maying done Monday, as the weather was not favorable. Everyone is given a special in vitation to assist in the sanitary There was a light frost yesterday work that is to be done tomorrow morning, but it did little damage. and Saturday. Clean the town Mr. Fred Irvin has returned from thoroughly, improve appearance and Owensboro, where he has been un eliminate disease. der treatment for intestinal disorder Telephone No 5 and your laundry and is very much improved. will be called for and delivered. Mr. Carlisle Kirkpatrick has pur Good morning! Ready for clean chased the C. E. Eades residence, The city authorities, with the help of some persons who have up days? adjoining the Presbyterian church, kindly contributed teams, have preaudwill soon occupy it as his home. J. E. Coombs & Co. buy beef pared to haul off all dirt and trash hides. Hichcst cash price. Mr. Joe Long went to Louisville that is gathered in the round-uthe first of the week and on his rc tomorrow and Saturday. Mr. Baxter Morgan, of Ncbo, turn was accompanied by his wife, spent a few days here the latter part who is recovering from an operation Americans arc called hustlers, and arc noted for doing things in a hurry. of the week with relatives and friends. performed some weeks ago. Recent statistics show that while we This is his first visit here in ten years, If you want a milk chocolate, have only 5 per cent, of the earth's and his impression of our growth population we have 70 per cent, of and improvements were very pleas strawberry milk or Himbo Flip, we Taylor & Poole. the telephones in use in the world ing, and his expressions along these have it. lines were gratifying to many persons DjO you cjrjnk copa-cola- ? Thpn to whom he exprcssd hjmsclf. Circuit court adjourned last Fri Jry PHfs. It is pure and refreshing, day afternoon, after a very busy See tyiss Lena Arnold for. bulbs a 39 Tavlor : Roof.E. gessjon. The grand jury was ac of all sorts. tive, and returned a heavy list o Mr. 3d S. V00d and wjfe retqrnr indictments, covering many offenses. Muhlenberg roads are badly in g4 last Friday from Wauchula, Fla., where they spent the winter. Mr. need of attention along many stretchMr. M. Fred, of Cincinnati, has yood was vastly benefitted by his es. One of the worst features is the been here for some days assisting sjtay, an.a returns sturdy aim vigor stoppage of the ditches, the material his son, Mr. SJdney j'red, who has ous. fe has resumed his, )os(tio;i that should be on tlje road surface Ijavjngbeen washed, anjl crowded by moved his slock of merchandise jp the rust National winter rains and travel out into the from the Lam block to the Jones There wa5 ponderable qneasj ditchc, rnakjng thein highpr than b.Wlu.g. with the effect, of uess about the dam at the lake last the road, The lid was on tight here last Sunday, as for a time the water was course, that the waters run and stand right on the point of breaking over on the highway, with the inevitable Sunday, and will likely continue the top, the spillway on the top and results of holes and mud. One ton so. The cause of this is that th the under spillway being inadequate is a maximun load, and that will re commonwealth is looking after thi to carry the water off fast enough. quire all the efforts of the team and matter very closely now, and there were several persons fined heavily a double portion of time. Ribbons for all typewriters, legal during the last term of circuit court J5ajfMcCracken has the largest for selling goods on Sunday. The document and manuscript covers, manifolding and other papers, legal stock ot dials for timepieces ever city ordinances have been laxly enbanks, carbon papers in all colors carried in the county, and can fit forced, but now that the State is in 2nd jeuer- -l office supplies at this anything from the court hcu3c cloc th? gimc, f uac'r.y violators are going to be scarce. office. to a toy watch. t. p Mr. L. C. Chatham, born Sep tcmbcr n, 18.M, died ut his home near court square, at 10.45 o'clock Tuesday morning, from rheumatism and a complication of ailments. Kor some weeks he had been con fined to his bed, and several days ago all hope had been abandoned that he would iccovcr. Kor75 years he had lived in Greenville, and was the oldest citizen, in length of residence, in the city. Mr. Chatham was a member of a prominent and well known family, and was widely known over the county. During his long years of activity he was engaged in the furniture and undertaking business, but many years ago he retired, and lived the remaining He years in subdued activities. never sought public office, preferring the quiet avenues. He was a prudent, frugal business man, a quiet, man of social, neighborly traits, and had the rare faculty of contentment which few hold. In his death is removed another land mark. Mr. Chatham was an old soldier, having served on the federal side in the civil war, and held the respect of his comrades in arms. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. G. P. Dillon at the residence at 2.30 o'clock yesterday afternoon, deceased being a member of the Methodist church. The services were largely attended, and interment was made in the old cemetery, beside the bodies of his children. His wifc4 a daughter, Mrs. James Ingram, of the city, and one son, Mr. Murray Chatham, of Chattanooga, Tcnn., survive him, as do two brothers, Mr. J. G. Chatham, of this city, and Mr. John Chatham, of Arkansas City, Kansas, and three sisters, Mrs. Lucy A. Tinslcy, Mrs. W. H. DcWitt, and Mrs. Jennie Mann, ot this city, and their loss is shared by many friends. An impressive feature at the grave yard was the attendance of several old solilios and the appealing act ? iilaitt lysilk.flug at Iheluyui-- HOW CAN YOU BEAR This Wilderness Road with Goose creek alongside, and no civilization in evidence, shows a perfect highway, as it, like all roads, leads to the outside world. Unfortunately this splendid road is not in Muhlenbcrcf. Improvements at Cemetery. Troubadours at Opera House Tonight. I'he Evergreen cemetery board of directors, at a meeting last week, ap pointed a committee to receive bids on a concrete receiving vault, with capacity for four bodies, and it is proposed to have this constructed at once. The directors arc also earri ng forward a movement for a con crete pavement from the residence of Mr. John Coombs to the cemetery gate. Mr. Coombs has very generously offered to donate a strip of land for the pavement, so that the street can be widened, as that will be necessary for the appearance and convenience of the highway. I'he cemetery gompany will bear a large share of the expense, and it is proposed to secure the balance by Iioth these popular subscription. things will prove of great benefit. Flic vault is badly needed, (as it is often extremely disugreoablc to make interment at once, and this is the proper place in which to' deposit bodies that for any reason arc await- The pavement will ng interment. be four feet wide, and is badly needed, as it is almost impossible to walk to the graveyard when it is muddy. The next addition should be a macadam road instead of the stretch of some hundred yards be tween the city limits and the cemetery gate. Life, music and laughter will reign tonight, when the National Troubadours, make their appearance at the opera house for the benefit of the Modern Woodmen of America. Greenville Light & Water Co. The caste is complete, the show in (iNCOlU'OltATtn) readiness, and everything forecasts Olliuu Hours: 7.30 to 8 a. in, a big success for the entertainment. U to 12 a. m. The cast, made up of the best talent 1 to 1.30 p. n. in Greenville, will represent the diff Phone No, 251. 4 to 5 n, m. erent nationalities, all in native cos tume, and songs. Indians, Spaniards, Mexicans and Itallians all will United Confederate Veterans. PROCLAMATION. parade while the newsboy will yell On the special train May 15 his paper, the report of the hunter's In obedience to the common cusfrom Princeton to Little Rock gun will be heard, and the countrytom and in order to promote good there will be tourist sleepers, man just come to town will be made health and cleanliness within the and the through double berth sport of by three men from the city. limits of the city of Greenville and rate will be $1.25. On train The show will be lull of good music, by virtue of authority vested in me, 101 same date rate in stand lite and fun. Lome and enioy it as mayor of the city of Greenville, I and help the Woodmen. Admission ard sleeper from here will be 3.00. hereby designate and set apart Fri35 and 50c. Tickets now on sale at. Remember the home talent show day and Saturday, May 5th. and 6th, Taylor & Poole's. 191 1, as clean up days requiring all at the opera house tonight. residents and occupants of property Try Miss Lena Arnold's shop for The "Boy Scouts will be prominent within the city of Greenville to obhigh grade cloths pressing. in the cleaning crusade Friday and serve those days by cleaning up their back and front premises, outhouses, Saturday. Protracted Meeting Closes Monday lawns and premises to the fiont Night. Mrs. Alice Crockett has moved in- property line by removing all unThe series of revival services that to the M. li. McDonald residence, sightly trash and filth, decaying animal and vegetable matter from said for two weeks were held at the Cum- on Hopkinsvillc street. premises. All trash, filth, rubbish berland Presbyterian church, con Home rendered lard i2ic. per etc. may be placed in convenient ducted by Rev. J. R. Morris and places on the side ot the streets so J. E. CooMiis & Co. wife, evangelists from Texas, closed pound, that il can be removed by the city. with the service last Monday night. This is pension day, and soldiers Given under my hand as mayor These workers were rewarded glori ..will execute vouchers of the city of Greenville this April ously iu thctiOlubors here, somewhat and widows an more than sixty professions having for three months' back pay. Cards were. Issued ihis 26th. 1911. nouncing the marriage of Miss Eliz- occured. Both arc strong, earnest J. W. Lam, On account of a lack of quorm, abeth Raymond Gardner to Mr. Jo speakers, and made a host of friends Mayor City of Greenville. the city council adjourned Monday lladen Bohannon, the ceremony bc- - here among our people. night until next Monday night. The Modem Woodsies Faraic ng performed by Dr. W. R. Hen derson at the home of Dr. and Mrs. An interested mother was last llousc will form at the S. E. Rice tobacco and Lot in Powderly For Sale. G. Bohannon, parents of the week advising her son to attend the factory at 1 o'clock Tuesday afterresidence, barn, etc., on noon May groom, at g o'clock, Wednesday revival meetings in progress at the 9. All members take nopublic road for sale on easy terms. There were Cumberland churchT and was evening, March 22. tice and govern yourselves accord. P. K. Lewis, just a tew friends present, and to unanswerable arguments. You are expected to be in ingly. Powderly, Ky. m.i3t them only was the matter known l he son listened witnout response the line of march, and if you arc until the cards were out. The bride for some time, but was evidently Western Kentucky coal operators not you will be asked to give a good is a bright, attractive woman, and doing double duty in the thinking were in session in Louisville last reason why you were not. has made many friends here during department, and presently he rc C. S. Curd, Consul. week and elected Mr. Hywell Davies lier visitsj the groom is deputy coun sponded "Well, I must confess that J. H. Pittman, Clerk. president. ty court clerkj and. one of our most church going has not bocome habit popular young men. The friends ual with mc but have been several It is reported that a colored man There was a considerable fall of of both aic extending congratula limes, and have never once seen or hail at various points in the comity was drowned in Pond river Tues- lions and best wishes. heard of your pastor being there. last Saturday afternoon. It was day, but his name could not be learned. He was on horseback, My church going is impartial, and I light here, and did no damage. Eggs for sale R. C. R. I. Reds, am liberal enough to go to any and coming out from Hopkinsvillc en two pens, Deuralt and lompkins all churches. It seems to mc that If you want that dead watch or route to Calhoon. The horse got strains, 75c. and $1 per setting. S. you should have a prayer meeting clock put to work, let Mc have it out of the high waters, but the man J. Landis, Greenville, K.y. was swept away, and his body had for that minister." and he will put it to running. not been recovered yesterday afterThere was a dinner given in hon The ladies of the Woman's Book noon. Quarterly Meeting Sunday. or of Miss Mary Swain at the home in clean-u- p Club are Next Sunday is the date of the of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. W. Roark will be present in movement, and If it is sewing machine needles, last Thursday, and was attended by third quarterly meeting at the Meth and supplies you want, Roark is the; the various sections both days. about forty of the relatives here and odist church, and the members man you want to see. from out of town. Miss Swain has arc requested to observe the quarter Hon. R. Y. Thomas is prospecting lived tor several years in East ly fast. Communion service Sunday for a home here, and if he cm secure Mr. John Emblcr, who has return Hampton, N. Y., but is returning morning, and the quarterly confer such a residence as he desires, or a cd to his native, county after an abto her home in Rock, Kansas, and ence will be held at 7.30 Monday suitable lot on which to build, will sence of many years in Illinois, will will soon be married to Mr. James P. evening. make his home here. We shall be locate in Greenville, and has purSteuber, near that place. After the chased a 60 foot lot from Mr. W. A. glad to have him and his family. was surprised There will be a $1.50 excursion dinner the bride-to-bWickliffe, on Hopkinsvillc street, by a shower, in which linens, laces, to Paducah next Tuesday, leaving Gocarts and baby carriages at and will build a modern home thereleather eoods and other remem here at 1.20 p.m., returning leaves Roark's, at prices from 2 to $15. on at once. The lot adjoins the Sec the line. Paducah at 6.10 p.m. Thursday. brances were given her. one on which Mr. Wickliffe's new home is located, and just.veastrsof Mi. Thoma- - Taylor is at home Mr. Emblcr's lot is one whijidhjIr. again, and is awaiting reports from Wickliffe recently sold to Mr. Vm. on ils examination at Owensboro, E. Dr.ake, who also expects tcribuild. "which depends his acceptance, as 1 e to be without ice this weather? Surely it is not economy for the spoiled food costs more than our ice would. You are missing a lot of comfort too. Better let us leave you some tomorrow morning. Your neighbors are all taking ice from us and we want to serve you too. You'll be glad if we do. WILL START OUR DELIVERY in town SATURDAY, MAY 6tht Have your refrigerators ancl conpon books ready. I i i SATURDAY BARGAINS ATi1-1-- 1 RIZENDINE'S a. Flour Sifter FOR Cents 5 AND BOTTLE OF BABY ELITE SHOE POLISH For Cents Only Saturday was raining all day and we couldn't expect you to get out to our sale, and.'jthe offer was such a good one I have decided to give you another opportunity, and to add to the feast, we will sell 1 botte Baby Elite Shoe Polish for S Cents. Vou know what this usually. sells for. naval cadot at Annapolis. Mr. TayDrakesboro, which has made the: lor has the appointment, and spent greatest gain, about ten times over, several weeks at the training school of any town in the county, declares at the naval academy. that it will next census time be the metropolis of the county. The first In one respect Muhlenberg roads step in that direction will be the tire built along the lines of the standproviding of streets, which thecouu-cilmc- u ard railroads of America. The railarc now planning, and promroads have a track tank in the center, ise to carry through. Nothing more from which the engines take water important could be done, as the Many while the train is running. streets of Drakesboro are not now miles of Muhlenberg roads have the distinguishable from the county water chan nel in the center of the roads, and a town with 1,126 peoroadway. The plan is not satisple needs, can afiord and should factory on roadways, though it is have macadam or better streets. We excellent on railroads. arc glad to learn that our neighbor city is waking up, and if it should Farm Land Wanted. become the county's largo&l town wc? - A section of farm land, 20 to 60 shall still congratulate it. acres, located convenient to city; ready for. cultivation; improved or, !est work, prompt serviee? gfve unimproved; will pay reasona,be car) yrl.v. Address NQ-'X- , cre your huodry to Joe Morgan, who. f 16 wilt appreciate Ybar patronage- The Record, Gfe eayilfeXy. , . . " Tiff ' "- - ",""MMMB'BS Furniture, WdJlpper, Shades, Moldings. Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper.", Slippers, Gra.ve Vaults. I Disinfection-ROA- RK u. . ! lli'l M. . i II Ml. m that or thanelio u Tiore about en- - ' My Ftcccrd. ,.! i i i r .. ii ,i.i,! . .i I "i" r . ' . ' ..in the .it it !eim"ml what a .: In Hi' wj - cncrrri ICniiui'ky tncauxe It U I '.i.i i . ' i. .V i, :t .". 4 r. ' ctUnUon of niitor liyn uilrr ' Hl i I Klrtvir r:. llH l ,i. i'r i. l ! ,. ., . i ! ' I 'i.i .,.'!. ' t .' '..nti.ni-'- Hi : iv ; p I kn. w It I profit tn-t-- t tnilttt 1!i.l wnrLril 'l iroi- Aaw'rlmn .!.;'-- h n.r iliiev ami P:inAliUn. - " i i Mur-rn- it lt. '.iMi mv aU .icu.-- . .nn vliit is iht- ri f ;H Wo fJnivo lit ..t trn t i:n4 an unf.t'lhf ill ilh'u- yrranl Th l It it"ll,llUaslll: II I tiHV on ih cmiuiit i.-- . 1 was tMrfinl lVjiim-niiit- ' our- In o.!ti iii .mv t! r on" niifl luc moi. nns i)irr,i in i nr.lrot n by "'inv lnvi ?' 'lurk. T!ii !. ''ii, .n r.it-li'tcwph r.thr vh lov than i! 'it. Mv p tint oi v.i,lo. r(nimltt'i In uno In nhtfh I ! ' It .V !. 1 outJi ,1 fVt fir th' vnr.ii to uncovei irr-r'opW rlirhf. nmn-tprcoA, fi" J "triii f .rr'.ip;liii It m!k. To. 1'i i 1' IVmirr:' .'! ' rathr rpri--ror- t th p oi'i tl.'n i - ii i;i th '.wnl.tn iin-hl- n T lhp iwiT." IhTt f th "inii. vi y i til vnllc,t'; n tn tl it iho wrkcd thir ". Ict1 The Amendment Senator Payntcr Otfsrcd. :' r.'. 'Me r in h1- 1- ii.it i ' i ,. I v.i'ii. ti .' . .' i; ''i i tr i'U .1 ' t;o '.M.iint nHi.-s.i- l --.I, IntroiMiv il In thu v. Ii:i '.i iii t;i- n t .' Ilia . i'i 'i.nrii i.f ,ih.i if i t!i i .i';rlill "I al ill! I' I l:tiiiii':-i- .. . i 1 i ' i.. :. il''i protection, wltlcli i.i but njtother way of Uklnr money out of Him pocket of all Iho Ieopl through the formtt of law to niaKe the poeke4i of other peoile bulge and their forlunea Krow into the nitlllona. The more see of tlda Indcfenelble rob. bery under the forma of law aJltd tariff, the more willing I um to concede the exceedinj; wldom of Hamilton, who inotv than a hundred year age declared that vou eolT.'l u tax the coat off of i ra.in'n back If did It Indirectly and he would not complain. The wrona of the tariff doe not stop whin II takes fr mii the pocket of all tho iNuple to enrich the few. but it In l.Vida to cj!tmv.i;;un'. to rookleine! the xK4idlture of the people' money. My Attitude on the Income Tax Question. I h.tvo nlwuv U li. vi d In an imo:ie l:x. Ucaune It is a Jii w. to dKtrlb-i'i- o tho burdi na f tlf aiivornmeut. Thoce who ar mo prixrwrnl by a onsrht to bo wlllliut to im.v the moat to maJntalu It. It wan a tax that Rood enniiah for the fathers who framed the go vent num. good imiiurh for ihro w.ho made It ::r'.it. rmm1 pnoiiarh for Abmiiam Lincoln with vi lileli to maintain the war letwecn the Statos. In fict. it la a law which cinio from llravon. for iho M mter annotincd It letter than any mortal ever ha wh.n he called for a. litho of thr rarnlnRi oi all to utalnt iin the chinch, to succor the widow and orphan. How I Stand on the Direct Election of United States Senators. I am In favor of Hie 'ectlou of win-tor.bv tl;. direct irte i f the people, for .. in tho Language .f the IVmocratlc nil plaifuriii Its Kt'ewav fir all ofier r. forms .uid without which all other reforms are lmpovHW . Railroad Rate Regulation. I holleve In tlie r filiation of the railroad, for thoy arc th- arwit Inte.ntate They carriers of eommereo and are ipiisi publlr rvant- - hnve the riaht of inliii tit domain, nn.l ahould lie treated jihfMild a I an trat the fairly, but th.-hlpp.rs and tiaolrs Jiudly. Pure Food Legislation. 1 A'ux-fandmi-tin- - Furniture, Moldings, Wall Taper Wc carry on our floors and in our wnro- rooms the largest variety of Furniture in Muhlenberg. If wc do not have what you want, we will get it for you. Wc have f.iciorv con ncctions with makers of the finest cootls in the country, and through "Our Special Order Dcpartmont" can supply any exclusive articles at less prices thancity stores or mail order houees. Our Picture and Room KoMir.g-atock- a are always complete. Wallpaper i.i now a staple article of mer chandise, being used ail the year 'round. And wc always have full selections, prices 5 ccnt3 and up per roll. E3?"0ur Engraving Machine is the only one in this part of Kentucky, and wc arc exclusively prepared to supply indrvitfu&l N.imc Plates, which wc furnish on all outfits without extra cost. BL ft A LA el & & a it m m lias been before the public for 30 years, most of the time right on the spot where wc arc now located. Our Aim constantly Ins 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 cur usefulness. uur Maim The So FURNITURE UN ERA L Established I3Z9 Long Distdnce Undertaking and Embalming. CofIin3 in White Enamel and Stained Varnish finish; Caskets in White Enamel, Natural Woods, White, Colored and Black Cloth Covered; and Coppor 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. f L ROARK .i ! ' '.. i i i'i , ' iiio ii. iv t - . , r. i I n ) ..I t the farmer's product, viz.: In Conre, upon tho atump. everywhere, I lmve liotn tl. I'hampion of tlieir enure without apology nuthor f th!. us nippcirtd nn or excuse. H iKti amendment tnklns th- - tux off cf Publication of Campaign Contributions. The Greaisst TIlS J. L. ROARK ESTATE. 'flic Kcw Rsb (Violet Blue) thin I true. It wj tho fime m.ictxlmeiit I for which I had vi n flsHtlnir for voar. my have advocated as n representative of Ros Novelty dl.Xrlct campaign liallca by the Boss Growers It wai not InehnV-.-l In th Pnyne tMrlff contribution the imblleatlon ofbefore tho ORIbU. ROARK, Manaicr. and WH trtwn re:rtol l the of tlie Century nnd f is ? lie Forerunner of i lie Ccm-Scn- il xi the w lh flrwt nvan ta i .ill attentlnn ! It .Section when thai went ballot holder miRht h to the (miIIh, whnt for floacr tluc Rose. Very npcit the lkKr of the Ilnuv Tor Hint re. know, fiircr U"r" back of the candidates for on. Ve ucoviel I.i hrcvln-It lnluril and Price List oas nni hardy. Free BlcoininJ THE RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED. (n the Pavne Nil In the Houf. o'l wh"n whom he was expctcl to vote. It went to tho St'ti.T'o Prnatnr Psynter Corporal Punishment for Violators of JOHN E. RACKEBJiAIVDT vnoke for It. and th' loncr he ttpoke tho QrconltouKc the Lav. Princeton, Ky. more rertaln it defeat beame apparent. t stood upon the Iloor of ConsreiM and im It was finally amended as to allow Monon Route Announces New Schedule advocated writing into the railroad bill a tbc farmer to sell Ma tobacco in tn "Uch penitentiary penalty for those who ill lata of pteAs of Fares One Way and Round Trip. It was voted down in tho mm. aot tka aaaendmrMt AaaMl: In m ITesc but waa flnxtly written into tho f?mt ertr ono oi1iiHteT to ffivf mven law to tho p'V;ilo. I ran mv to the visionIn the Senate, anil It's tlie one prothat PrcHdent Tuft my prives tobaeeo jrrowern ef Kentucky that If I ami atreasth to the law. rm fleeted ti th Ronte. the amendment The Monon Route announces that us paired hy th- - Tt'it have stood for the economical expendifvlnR tho f.irmer an unlinilw.l rUSn In mil W ture of tlie people' money. recogntzliiK it will henceforth sell tickets between BY PURCHASING tobacco, and thi: e to whom ho that it Is the duty of the public servant H th rljrht to rc1l it In tho their mono u he would hid Louisville and Chicago at $6 one f itlnut nny to prcti-c- t rciui'"prnnt.' ns to Intornl revenue or own. to rxpend It In the same manner. ONE OF OUR way, instead of $S as formerly, and without ativ iiit.il HnVt Minn' The Platform n Lien Upon Honor. whi'ovor. will r ! riy inojst vlRorotis I purely upon tho National :::i.t CTippirt round trip, good ,30 days return:norr.,!c pl ;t!oiui adopt d by our FULL BOOKKEPiNG COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS F.ilr Trcal:.-',p- t to p.'T'y in Vv. I i our promise:; ing, instead of 16. Patrons ate ofI urj.-ni-?in this pialfonii a a tiMda to the tint i ' uup Rovortimoiit S oiilv $2$. The regular iricc is ?ioo. TImsp who brins r.r ni?il of o.iplt.il ur. tiocts.-ar- y In I!; n upon our ho.ior and sood faith. With fered exceptionally good service by this ftdvei liscment to us within five day:? af Icr sreing it and telling us me a platform Is truly a inntnict with the devel.ipment of mir ci'imtry ani our iMnplo. tlMt they should be th- - pioplo. iuul he who violates it id the Monon, which on night trains pa where they saw it will bo able o have one reserved at the low rate of of Kg $2$. Books and stationery arc included. jrullty of trrntod filrly. thu faith to a greater derco No time limit. If not ready thiir they Hhniild rrcolve just. ven iliMn one who vlola.is a private contract, fiotn Louisville operates Compartnow, buy one for future eneroiiK. retjirn. wiuld r.ot Impose for one who violate a public contract ment and Drawing-rooPullmans, upon them a hn;ix'iinit or np'ire? hetnvs all the people, while in a private Ive condltl.in: I wmild not liiV-- . Cmm cont: 'oit his b. t nival Is not so jfrtU. to which thrv are Th" oti would afTect the private fortune as well as the usual straight sleeper. thetn a lntle dullnr Joetly ontttlod wi uld only nk or cf a very few. the other affects the The day. trains have Parlor and Din them like tri'itmcnt fur th poodle; I of nil. For the breach of a priwould only InvoVo I. ;wn them .and the vate contract the jetson wrongeil 1m a ing cars, ami the very finest modern, people that ill in oratle at law. for t.h betrayal of a pubdivtriiv liv whlrh I have 'jii ir,l tny political life o( lic promise io ntuedv Is now obtainable. new coaches. Inquiries cheerfully "equal rlpht- - to nil. n etal priv;iKon In tits Beginning I Chose the People's answered by li. II. Jlacon, D. P. A., to none." I wonld - it hnlt with t!1 iiv power any attempt t" d Gide. thorn or n Aer.y thrw vhU .Iii t n turn unon th Fellow cJtixciw, have no doubt that la Louisville, Ky. Inviwtid ilJr..ln!, corimiute iiikI veteteil any attempt upon th.-l-r ii.irt htttlc nmtr. ih:s rac every to encompass my defeat. to low will try jo:-c". i: ci upon tlie cm-- , than have bun told by many tluU htaidreiM cumliwr public. of thoii:-unof duliurs will be pound ii.to K ntucky to iUrfv.it me. Why Tbc Judiciary Committee. It is because have b?en ujoii The Sinator t IN n th it h I up-when you this AND THE the JudlcUrv fommlttie of the SeiMt" your hid- In aidtcjirtyht;havu been were at home ami li;thtltii; and tht ho bfllevos ft ! i o.inimJttv .t ur battles and trvhiB as Mali rank :is niv committee In tlie your asM;int8. trylnp ty to bent back make tills y mr Semite. Surelv tho Senitor dor not as name. thi pcoidc .f KonTuckv to lMre thl tptvernnunl lu reality as well lawsInfor you I have been trying to make belief, for th- - Ju.Hctiry rnmnll-pot handle .inpropriritlon W!l. nor iUt ihnt would visit uhiu all men who -- timj NIU AfffcUna; tho r. vonu- - or naval nffnlrs. or heiie.itli, the nmple folds of tlie Hepublifa and- - disVrlbute Its bur- !Iok military Hff.ilrs n- -r mMtt-nlatlvo to dens i:a blewdnt upon lioulders of all Interstate commerce, nnr nMttera r!atle f rtcoKid'3ltli when I wetU Into men illko. to port oilier anl p.i.t road, nor mat- that ihere was an ensy way publictiplifei r and ters relative to tk- - tmIok, and cert.iliily a way lurd way; tjmt tho Senator Unon tlut the K'nnnco could a have the icuple by oneyour you upon t)K AnprnorliMinn Committee. Commit, AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. It was l;.irt that liny wire on Nival AtTaf- -. th tee. the Commit! to arouse them but when Informed, t'nv CoHrmlttee on Irit'i'fiMe ard Kor'-'auero Just, and when thus cnlightcni GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY Pom nr.i rr. the Committee on Pout they always do right, for thiir vott. like OK MONEY REFUNDED. OlBecfl and Poat Ttoa.t. aev.m committee the voice or uotl. Is always true. Vet In all. are rf Mrhrr rank tJwn tV Comupon the other side, you would have tho T have taJi-- n mittee on Judiciary muo pain lu examine .Hk committee a.iein-me- t.raitlaed few, the copornte Interests, tho of Pomocratlc ecpntor who en- always alert system, no worktorequired to enlighten Typewriter ribbons, legal blanks, tered the Stnjite at the wime time Se- arouse ther.i, no spenkltu; nator Pavntrr did nnd I cliarpo iviw and i hem. but like n ferret always at work. people's ohallenjte Senc.tnr P.ivmer to deny It Hut I ohose Ifthe go down side. I have been document covers, carbon paper at there, defeat In that he can not point out a inlc Demo contestand willI hnve theinsatisfaction tills this office. I of era tie aentor who enerd official knowing that, with conscience clear and at the name Ume li did who biS not hands drau. I can lay off tho oillclnl toga eiinallv as good or better spotless as a sar ,n.l as chun as thu than he liaa. snow that rests upon the peaks 0f tha Would Rcprescr.t All the Pccplc. Himalayas. Jly app'ol Is to you. my your government. Hep A the Scnntor from Kentucky would friends. This Is ;.ou repfciifnt the whole punplc. I would born. were liorn nnd your clilldrtn were Hero thy must live, and they are jilwnyji o4jmpt to n llrct tnrtr wul. l would be oonfcli.ti of the fact that I win mtltlrd, you are entitled to Just as good a UietmsoDo oooa aoooeoooooooao e o o ce meting their vote, mine. It would h a government r any othr people in go but you have IS THE GREATEST their will, not my own desire, th.it would iHills. you lmve. got to strt to yourto thu moke voloj nctuate m nnd control my cnn.lurt. If liove got to touch a lesson to the Mm ftHould tver come Hut I could heard, you servant, THEATRICAL SHOW PAPER and vote not eaat their vote ftooo-t- ln u. mctr tho public or you will make himupon on our ride, not vote his known withe. I would not assume and !N THE WORLD, id fj1?e rourajro by mvI.v; that pretend a I would not r:st vote, otherwise Hr.vc Fought Democratic Battles For $4.00 Per Year. Single Copy, 10 CIs. tlian as detlrnl. "If tx. ry tndn. woman Twenty Years. and child !n m beloved ttato hott1d ISSUED WEEKLY. Fellow citizens, my record as an alert, ' me to do otherwise." petition Hut I titjhUng Democrat Is known to all this rould be brave enough to tenner ti tb psople the oWee they save me and Commonweal th. For almost twenty yars wherever the battle lias raxed. havo lot them ok rt eome one wno whuki FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (Ltd), rt for thm truly and ca th.lr vote na bten found lighting dlsuictdemocracy. In ALBERT J. BOIUE, ITHLISHEBS, every congressional In Kentucky, they desired. mjjuqxu. it W. 2iTU Sr. N w Yoa I'pon all ihofx- cpi'tlon.i whre you in almost every county in Kentucky durI have given my s your will I would vj. ing all thrse vears have not to tho democracy. Senator l'aynt'er my voice and it:- vour hta;hcHt and heard u;wn the stutnii two Intirrat ,i 'JM c:ive ir.t the IHcht has not to see It. and upm thnp iuetlona where dozen times inin twenty yours; he Ii been a lucrative position far you hod ncpird ymir will. 1 watt Id sitting back removed from the battle line of denua.-tuc- y. Hurjr"tt your Ini'vr.otioriy to the For all thisc years lie ha.s enjoyed In tl: or rewjrn mv tctr. and emolumtiitH f tin th. My Vievs of z Protective Tariff. ofneos while I havo been out bittllnc 1 It is a very ceriou3 matter to csk 1 ou. TIk Stn.itor enjoyed Binco I lije h.tn a thesu 3 tor ir 1 i hlnys until lie saw a chance to tfet hav e nirv;: r nilMtvd uu for one medicine and have the I six to vote to reduce tha t.irlff, to years instead or five he already hail and 1 wrong one given you. For this Immediately became a candidate. leaaen the t.ix upon the proplo who t thoe thin? Uit are ueit'9arv to Mihmit to the democracy of reason we urge you in buying jl this I'j.on very v;c when tate my candidacy, conscious that aj thalr exlatenoe. to be careful to get the geauine the Payne tarff bill wa utidtr eonjvr. ibty are Jurt. they will do Justice; as I they are good, they will do righteousntiwn 1 v,(i t.i lower Im uutrasou CLA VI CE n. tarltf Is a lax and dutl. I bclie.e that ness. it la paid hy thtr cotiiumir. un'l that in Conclusion. to raise i xcue for Iih ix'.i'.r ,ii' Owing the i Mi'jonlluory i.( revenue to tun th- - it.ivi i inn.ut, :i i, f.ir rongrtss. tovlrich Is nov IwitiK laid. ionwin It Liver Medicine that jUni". Il v .. im r ti.u;ii, f ,,r .o ltnpo-ib!- e for nie to go inlt, aU ..r (it ven d:i-.u- ri h:i lh':. it- r nn.. w ,, oi fr In Ki ntucky or . rv Th" rcrit?.Ucn cf thi3 old, tr'h-H- ? r. ,"j i, cr&itec: that th tax'.rt mw. '.:vJ prenrv of th.'-r mcdi'-tr?- , for cent irstir". r..- r" used to ecr! h . .. - , V. ny du'y j'j.-r. I dV-or to eniich any it th- nc;ii.'- - r r. it.- po:t ware the people hcxto -- t d:'c!lo:i nJlivc? trouble iz f.rr "t": .u:j b"1 . i reet Ann no ta.ff tax ::,?h It does net ih.ir a b iTi :'.r.rtir.Ty to Feed and hitch business solicited, except for the i: rrh h,.!.;.-.I t?.'.r other meiiciac. It to totter th-- n -. r.rv.gh n iri ta.lc rcven-it..ino tV.i: t!l? PJSyC.-- a . ethers, cr it would not te tlie fa. In ecoao-.t.a.i. b;, and given careful mcnt jo .o t.is: my andid.v" (, vorite liver powder, with a larger mighty c r.ihn .i. ; i i. ifior tiy riii a r m loyal: : to ;h.-n-. 1 . r t..h p v; . bO'i T.I , r j ny i rtav Telephone No. 1S2 sale than others con tincd. Dtiy or Night r ir n :a i v p, - u.k,'j . nortb trv.,; Uu-.jem. .o.'c:: fcuMh; fi. SOLD SN TOV.W P3 th$ dliwc: rcsui; ;i a tariff tit tiium. "" . . iWi. mm i 1 haw bit ill the farmers for year in Cimicrcas. I have i;,; it l.wt.irli-- i! ifo'iiaoy. isrlit 'i ;. mi, clutchca .i'.. t.M- ik th.it h" Intrn Fouslit to, fne tliem from the this I advo-of trust.-nrder tho rilii 'iii ii hoimemliri'-- I. i.i tho r.tllri'nlreailor i'i-ai.d taklr-- .mil in tax of toofdotheir tobiccoI ill. the ti wi.nlil .!. :t.Iho liiU'.'. eM'Hi i! I: li' the hand that the conttmlntr public !i l"iliitl ta'.Rht b. come competitors with olo .i i,.,,' . !.! l i'i T I pn hii.ih' li' rr. rvi .i.ii. i.iimi .it in.Inn. il .1 lV ll.ill. i;nl p.i.v. in tho III,- Il.lt V.ll.Tf I 'f ill tr llillK f. ilit l ii - in ii. wilii-- ' ' mi! . 1. !.. f t'.f! V. t : ople ot the of the h"il:h of the ri.ii.,1 Htatts. My Efforts in Dehalf of the Tobacco o :ip: i.rti il tlie (Mire fond It violation li it was oii. nf tho beet la us 1ms p.iaifl. bocnuao It t in n!. d tho of the (runt anil monop-- i lU's t make ihi-l- r fortum's at the ex-p- i I .nol It i'oi:r.r.ss er .1 Farmer. fin- - I i i i i'.i-i- - th-i- .une a l.ivv. im In too liitertJit ot MTiir.icv I tr.V't infini the public Hut w ami Is nit r.iw It lil not W'inif n tho taw. T !i uH Know who was the tob-vec- piirchaMer of th tho tobacco trust. 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 Robc3, Wrappers, Suits, Dresses, Slippers, etc., in large variety. Our two licensed Embalmcra respond at once to calls for suchscrvicos. Our general equipment i3 complete and of highest grade. We have a Funeral Car in service, subject to call anywhere. E3TTwo Private Telephones, Store 72; Residence 108. Residence 150 yards from store. Prompt service any hour day or night. Long-Distan- ce 0R1EN L. ROARK, Manager Estate fa TeiapHones: Store I H Home 103 Ml f ll ifJ 'M Mi i m i ffii m: ; g)r r (r rg" & fttEGBAPH p,n. ' "i 1 MBflnrn mmm stib" UNfc (liJCORrOSATBD) on ii JfifL and ad tr( satisfactory communication with tho people of th ip rjreat section of the countrv. wo soujsicyotsr patronage. Ratos rcaspn- njK 5flJ!piriocts and facilities unour-tr.tAWD HUMS. m bouthorn Indiana, Southern Illinois, Kentucky, Tcnnoss o, Mississippi Louisiana. Wo can put you in quick Lcnrr distanco lines and telophones of this Company enablo you to talk almost nywncro 4 efn-ca- 1 E- Its WmW o fr f !Pa ?B ml I net vor-le- p )i fnvnit-mcn- ts t &3 6S p5 JUST RECEIVED Many Patterns of 1911 Wallpaper COME and SEE THEM 1 sJn-iU- - 1 nt 1 t 1 1 KILL. the COUGH CURE - 1 LUNC8 Dr. King's New Discovery w,th . unorg-.inlr.ct- l. i on-!r- MEW YORK 1 -it CLSPP 9ceo90ooooo th-I- r 1 1 Sample Copy Free. - serv-lee- Ik-h- I n vt iiule-ttpl- e Very Serious ! Con-:H- I cen-kUt- I I 5LACK- - Drau FIRST Ss" LIR VER j u I 9 he . - . j'--- i ps-.- - nj-n- - ml GRADE CLOSED CARRIAGES attention i 1.--.4 :."d?-..- . ;c-.r. A.-.- irtr 3. L. ROARK ESTATE he Ul.-il- ...-.- . R.-- - : a. . s- - i u) sl Subscribe Record Only $c