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The investment is Get our rates. is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's ciay. Igtc., and the most inviting field in Ken-- I atucky lor investment of capital and pluck, p VOL. XIII. NO. 13. GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, MAY A n 11, 1911. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE iRAVEL HOWS i.iild WU. w Liter !:i HjT?rc:uk does mnltc thy size ot a fellow's BR. J. prices. W. D B li T coal BAR10W, b T. ' I Crown ant! llrltltfe Work doue at reasonable now m 0iH Rucl) 111 MS There rr o.iiy r.Umt 100.00 poundH f wlialebo.ie l:i the world, ami all of .J ; uu'i :i;:l i owned by one man, vliii has (outrol of the market in thin rrodnct. Is a good lime to start fie campaign ngatiiftt Cira by rctnuv-Ivir- r from the promises all tilt li and garbage plica, which are the breeding plr.coM of tuerc disgusting and danger-Oti- s pests. OCleo up Wtlr, In tke Johvh llulltUritf. NOTES 1VY Oroeuflllc. Ky. , T. I3 liyMic OOice Miiln-cro- J- - SLATGN, Demand In Are tticfi'gati, Biiiit. C.M.BARNITZ The prewnt Inn nttct Htrent near Mul tiKtreet. WAD tfurceon. lb II. GRAY. Where Many IDW THEY ARE CONSTRUCTED. COKHESPONDSttE SOLICITED 48 I CAM HOWARD. 11 lUi 3puty Highway Csmmistiemr Gives Many Valuable Paints on th Proper Cuilding of This Practical Highway, Saying. "If You Havo Gravel Duild a Gravel Road." Stt In the Interest of pub!!c health a more active campaign should be waged ugnlmu the custom of grocers of displaying foodstuffs without protection from dust and tiles. An even greater menace to health are the fruit and candy .stands to be found on the streets of all large towns aud cities. faucet often lonK.; not hecaudc the metal parts are played out. but because the patent valve packing, which is often made of poor Htuff. in done for. We fixed just tsueh a leak the other d iy by cutting a piece of cowhide as a substitute. It was cheap, and the dlnguR hasn't leaked a drop alnru. A Thrae articles nntt lllirotrailnns must not tio icjwlntcj without ieclal permission. 1 AND HER REQUIREMENTS. Selection is the magic word in poultry culture and refers not only to picking bon ton birds for breeder, but pertinently applies to the broody hen, her eggs and her nest. Apply it to eggs and you will not act antiques. dlrtiiM nor freaks in shape nor size, but fresh, medium, nor inal eggs, thirteen to the hen before May and llfteen later. Not Just any hen will do. rrahmas, C'nrhiim aid Langshans Dottes, are rather cluing. BROODY BIDDY K.m-U- J&. LAWYERS. Office in Crcrn Building, opposite LaMrcdc Hotel. DBS. HELTSLEY & HELTSLEY' OSTEOI'AU'.IC PHYSICIANS Office at Home, East Main-xross mmm IT A well gnioYd mid well drained eni'lh vail Is noewwnry for I lie foundntlou f miy kind of an Improved rond; therefore money expended on siirh work Is tot lot even though It he seveml years leforc the road receives a hard sur 'ee, snys frank V. Rogers, deputy itnte highway comralMsloner of Street. Telephone No. 7IJ, BKTWKKN c The cost of grading depend upon the rind and amount of earth that must he mudled and the distance It has to he noved. Where old road have benn 'osarded for the purpose of building itnte reward roads in Michigan the st has usually run from $200 to $100 A t mile, $y0f lclng a fair a vertigo. "ew hilly roads have heen graded at a tost of more than $2.C00 a mile. In clay soils trenches should bo out. nuking outlets into the side ditches br water that tuny collect In the gravel od during construction and later the surface becomes hard and he-"o- to There are all too many girla who try get a beautiful complexion by Louisville and Chicago i BEST LINE TO means of iwwders. washes and lotions when if they would take more exercise at the small end of a broom, sleep eight bom's out of every twenty-four- , breathe deeply and frequently pure, fresh air their color as well as com plc.vlou would take care of itself. One of ho most striking instances of power exerted by growing roots 1b to be seen at HI Portal, the ontrance to Yosemite valley, where u great sandstone bowlder ha; been cleft from top to bottom by a live oak tree, which has reached a good aiw; and seems to get nlotrr very well on its seemingly thin bill of fare. I Li WBmbM T1IS PEERLESS TONIC and STRENGTH GIVER I R is an uniivaled remedy for ail troubles of I STOMACH, LIVER KIDNEYS I BBiLDS OP THE IT PJiRSFIES m ELGOB I IT GORES INBIfiESTiQH STREriOTHENS THE NERVES I ' RBH-DOW- momMT m health B 17 SS THE BEST FAMILY MEDIC1PJE ON EARTH TRY ST. PRIGE 50o Atm $8.00 PER BOTTLE SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY California and the Vast Northwest i" All If you have a watch or clor.k out of running order, jewelry to be repaired, or sewing machines out of service, bring them to McCracken and get firs!cks6 guaranteed work. Druggists. Two t ruins dailr French Lick and West BMicnfSpriiigs. I'KION STATION, LOUIS VI LL'IS. DEARBORN STATIUF, . the tremendous f. Next to proper drainage the most mportant thing in building gravel ronds Is to secure a good quality of ;ravel. The average township and fanners generally have ocome so Imbued with the idea that t Is necessary to use a gravel thnt vlll pack quickly that they have lost sight of the fact that the only CHICAGO. Dinin? fend Parlor Gars. E BUY Daisy Cornucopia Pauline, a Hoist ein cow owned by a New York breeder, lately established a world's record for a week when r.he produced SiTt pounds of butter in the seven day period. This exceeds Ilia former record ly two pounds. Thu uew record holder is four years old and gives promise of winning other laurels before she is through. Palace Drawing Room SlccpcrsJ E. H. BACON, D. P. A., N. W. Cor. 4 : -- th and Market LolJISVlLLlin': 1A1T111UL St. ,H IDES and Fill RS B;iagDc3rs. bt!!rr frrv.ri Itin nJfnWcrccnnissi':'! ECfthiats. Kefcttnce: nj binic ta LonisTtlk. it furnish Wool Bags rrtc ta oar shif yrs. Write lor price list. uivv. s, ' The observance of Arbor day by the children should be . enoountsied at tie iTufilterQStlfctf Reds and Orpingtons arc about the best. Ileus crossed with Leghorns. Hamburg. Minorca. Spanish,. Auco-nitsejdojn ait steady. The cluck should h cwftUal.ciL clean --alum . J. H. MAYplf Painter aad Interior fi. S ABEL & SON'S u& Loparifle, Ky. their trees grow, and iJicy will come to have a regard and affection for thct.i which will extend to trees in general. This is one of tho best methods of spreading the gospel of forest conservation and will have its effect when the children have become men and women. Some otherwise honest people seem to think it perfectly legitimate to beat the railroad or any ether largo business corporation out cf all they consider doing s: n good c.iM and joke. There are others who will prof- It by what they know to be the mis t In quoting a price tal;e of a on goods wU'j wouldn't for one tulti-utthink of taking that amount of cash out of his pocket. Still another class of people, employed by others, who would never lie guilty of tapping the cash drawer, will lonf and steal time for which their employer is pay lug bis good money. Queer codos of othlcfl these people have. men-hau- tb tucnT TOP ORATKL 1101TOJI UOAD I'AIlTbY CO UrACTED. SCKEKNED GUAVEfi IIOAD. After several years of seemingly futile efCort to pass the White mountain Appalachian forest reservation bill, tho chief objection against which has been that it was unconstitutional for the federal government to buy und hold as a private owner for forest reserve purposes land belonging to the several states, the bill was enacted hit n law by the congress Just closed. While It will accomplish the framed results, the law Is that It authorir.es the government to purchase lands at the headwetcrs cf navigable streams in the White mountains and Appalachian mountains "to Hrevcnt the erosion of soil and to pre serve tho hardwood forests" in the latter territory. The bill carries with it on appropriation of $12,000,000, which may be devoted to the objecta nauicd. The enactment of the uicus-urInto law is a most commendable step in the direction of needed conservation. louk tff ai: r.n& Yoqre. Otherwise iiie may die on the nont. leave her cvgs or rear culls. Not just any nest will do. Small, very deep or public nest'; mean mixed eggs and omelet. Try the style shown. It Is O. K. and twenty-onInches every "way. Kill with wheat straw. Let Biddy shape it for eggs, then turn against wall, cover the top, let hen out once a day for feed ami" return her before eggs arc cold and expect a big hatch IT eggs i! re fertile. Better test opgs the seventh day to be sure of fertility, ami act two hens at same thnc to lo sure of one full hatch at least, one to bv set over in cane of failure. Where IieuM rest be located? Not in the damp, where bens get Intestinal co!ds; not on bih, where they break eggs. Cut out that damp cellar fad and sod from the bottom of the nest, for under natural Incubation egg pot litthat most tle outside moisture from the hen, so ;.;lve Bid 1;. a clean, quiet net on a dry tloor ai d have no e ? "EW YORK' IS THE GREATEST THEATRICAL ml m li SHOW Single Copy, PAPER firVSGTSOLA 0 81s, THS WORLD. 14SUK0 AVKUKLY S4,00 Per Year. S200 Others S75, S100, 5S60 m Sample Copy Free. tl.WKT J nORIK. mxc v. FRANK QUEEN PUD. CO. (Lift , I'lMILISHKItS, it V. . 2stu St. . Nxw Yoaa A Little Good Paint in Time Sayes $ $ $ Vhen yourbuilduigjnred painting, everyday delay costs you money. The sun, rain, snow and frott ate setting in their work. Lumber ccsi too much lo let it decay for want of a little paint. It coib less to use good paint than to go without it. Wc use nothing but good paint on out worL 'l'y p?vritt r rilii'ons. .i t l blanks, locum his office. Ij i n j.iper a KILL the WITH 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. Wc want to help you select them, and since we know the merit of each Victor recordwe can help you. VICTOR PRICES SAME EVERYWHERE-PERSON- AL SERVICE HERE thing which makes a gravel road better thau an earth road Is the pebbles :eal stones-- 1 lint it contains. The most common material sought tftcr for the olmlcr In gravel roads Is May. Ilut. considering all kinds of fvealher, It Is probably the poorest material we have. If present aiuch lu excess of '20 per cent of the aiass it will make mud whenever there !s a. prolonged wet spell. Idea! clay jravels contain only enough clay to :oat the pebbles, with no free lumps-Sucgravels are excellent for the tlrst jiycr on sandy soils, hut sand gravels tre much better fur the tlrst layer on :lay and loamy soils. To reduce the amount of spreading !o the minimum it Is advisable to place Ihe gravel on the nine foot nmlbed Dy dumping two loads side by side, itringing them out just far enough to Make the required depth Usually tin gravel should he placed an the road commencing at the end of the road nearest the gravel supply so that the teams will aid In packing. As soon as the thirty or forty rods of gravel have been spread on the road It should be harrowed with a spike looth harrow, preferably one of the lever type. If but few teams are huul-luthe harrow may be used twice Jally Just before quitting time at noon and again at night. If n. hundred yards or so of gravel ire hauled to the road dally one team ihould be v. irking on the harrow all the time. The harrowing should be lone the same fur both courses. As soon as the gravel has been well wet by rains It sbould be rolled with the best roller available. Gravel roads are popular in Michigan for the following reasons: Because Ihey are durable and satisfactory; they arc Mislly built and easily repaired, requiring no expensive bemuse the first cost Is low; because they draw a relatively large or state reward, frequently more of their cost: because they are n labor proposition from start to finish and keep nil the money spent In their construction at home. If you bars gravel, build a grarel read. g one-thir- d C ARTPure ER Slrkllu WHITE LEAD Puro Linecad Oil, Puro Turpentine and tho most expensive colons kind of paint we use nero c seeks or scales only yean of wear w9l remove it. Let iw fipns Mritk you vrhtn ready to petit niw UlSeOY0ll 1 FOR J. L ROARK, ESTATE BO The CSSFSS33 Tfkl Dotllc Frcetj ICa We cuarwtrc a tirl --class and dtmble joU prices reasonable. Doa't put it c. 1 AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. 0 I GITAB ANTI-JESATISFAG20EY2 Telephone No. 254. AT FACTORY 6LCBC RUGSIE3 AN PRICES Fer Cent Better We Ask Ton to tafco Cardd, for your femalo 'roubles, because wo arc euro It will help you. umpty neeta arouud for her to get into Remember that R Lastly, treat Biddy well. f! this great iemalo remedy by mistake. a iiti; i:ew.iI 1 If the prognostications of the bug men are correct there are considerable sections of the country which will in tho course of two or three months be visited by the seventeen year locusts. While the locust Is in the iiilud of many synonymous with the grasshopper, there Is really very little resemblance between the two Insects, the former being a transparent winged Insect with broad head and stocky body of a greenish tinge closely resembling a large tiy. On hatching the female locusts will be active duriug a period The chief dam of the or Fix week. age done by them will be to young fruit trees, the young and tender twigs of which they will spilt in depositing their eggs. After these are deposited the mature Insects will disappear Into the ground for another seventeen years' sloop. It Is predicted that the damage which will be dono by tho brood due In 1013 will bo much more extensive than that of the present soa sen's batch. Handle her gently, keep her free furniah a sunny dust Ixith from her lots of for her to roll In. fe-NO. 270 whole com, thtuked with ukarp grit . hip a!1 vehicles Hirix-- t from otu l"a wrj and pure water, and she will havo an C. O. IJ. loConuuivcr ml.jcCt to ex.tmhtat:i;i r.n. undtsturlied djgestloa. appro vat 011301! I'cctriml. 11 is of thetrrcntisl S lisi brought iGitcf to thousands of importance lo tlic GVrt-- Ituftty & llnnioHs Co. lo Under such conditions inculation a pl .:soJ very one whoJ aU w ha t jlher sick women, so vhy not to no strain, but a rest cure. Sft'lslW. Citomrr. NocfTmt For lwadacho, backache, sluimivul Uh cxix'Ilt' t v.i!i.; in c,un!iy .t It assures a big hatch of dandy , fr i i ot;d ni3ltTi', il chicks aud a mother in Que fettle to g jHirlodlcal pains, female weak-- S vehicle li :t it M be a f.nt4 AJvortlM-iiHiia splendid maturity. :t. and in inff us many orciei . :: nii'm. If v ej raise them to nczs, many havo said tt la "the fe I j Killing (..'i ' t i'rrl 'le Wycv best raccictne to take." Try It 1$ Al : f:i o M i!.ilt'iuRn''- I'n lil. vW w.il M'.i'.ri'J t t;r )'. its vr n. .' Nr. tfr DON'TS ' g fJiwr.iM'r" 'Iv"? t oi"(e' - H li'd!ir in This City c! Jl i',,'' .,uf r.tt .n r .i. .( m r;hi Don't feed capons whole p.rain rlrbt :a Tcie:)fl vi iiicnry i harsh. after operation. Soft in.ish for ri; U. !r V li!, tc nul Iliriu-r.inn- - linn Don't buy chickens with bubbles on i' fnwr Mf.n.'it. I'kiiu . li uVtui if:';t their nose. Catarrh. IVrlli1 for our Krv HtiC.v c n.l I'm.iij;;:. froueii egus anil reSI them Don't thaw 1L0BC fJUGGY 8t HARNESS COMP.AN lo your beat trade, and watch for the OWEiHORO. KtNTUCKY eggs that slip under the nest rtraw. Don't put the rorwt up near the r;if unless your roosters are front proof. ii-.- . Illll 'lKlll I'lll'. t'O. 'Jueir breath will freasio above tholr backs, nnd you will have roup gernia by stacks. IriiotoxiHitl' y !'' want pou puttti -rnf'f .,V fc Don't mnko roosts high, but low and Icvrtyhoilr. AMIii i: ' rilTH.H.vi-;ilevel. Fit to tho feet and edges bore!. gtoE ItALD.ILU KAtiSAS CITY, MO. Don't hoat your water vessel with t.i Ijf pl"0 coatcti. f i. n lamp. bens with sound Heat the you mttiva food and escrclie. 'Thus gs-- egg and t :' Litest thmg in catpct Se tbt" An'l;3n FhotcjtrcpV avoid a conflaiitloa. . ffifflllBllil 1 llliil r ? : workn-i.r.-I.ipI . .1 "I have used less than one bottle of Cardui," writes Mrs. Gertrude Ward, of Rushville, Neb., "and am feeling fifty per cent belter than when I began taking it. "Before taking Cardui, I had suffered with female trouble, for eight years. My greatest trouble was irregularity. I also suffered with severe pains, every month, but now I am greatly improved and will recommend Cardui to all my suffering friends." J 48 The Woman's Tonic The rare medicinal herbs cf Cardui are Imported by the manufacturers direct from Europe and arc not to be found in any other medicine. These ingredients; are what give Cardui lis superiority, as a female medicine and tonic, over any other medicine. For over 50 years Cardui has been the favorite woman's medicine. The ladies like it, because it is so easy to take, so gentle, so sale, so reliable in its results, and they have faith in its curative tonic powers, because of the thousands of- other ladies it has helped. Try it today. - I mil f ). rclu.-iti'- ! . I M.-- I Write to: Ladies' Advit-nrfor Special Instructions, and Drpt.. Chattanooca Medicine Co., Clialtanooca. Tcnn., book. "Home Treatment t:r Womea," sent free. I t iiy roc .m sweepers at Roark's. urm 0 PfffiViri HE Aii OWHN RECORD. OlllKN ii. UOAliK, Resolutions of Respect. Mr. Ed. Roark Dies at Central City. Qe0oeooos9aoaocoooooo39oacooooaaooso9oeao Independent Newspaper. rtlRLIMIKIl TIII'IMIIAT! BT RECORD PRESS, RlCB, President. OUMUN Lang-Dlstan- Secretary. L. KoAKK, lSDlTOK. No. 72, " Telephone, Ottire iu niw nniif.i roar of lon. ground Hour. 50 CERTS m YEAR. IK ADVANCE. Hre of the inirr Is pnya Th snlmrrlnUon hi fttiTHtiF. inl wlifii the Unit' lm expired whl Ii It Jit (Mild, the piipi'r will be stopped to etc.. If not llArd of ttiunV. oMlUHrr tnt lonprr thn ten line, will 1h ptiitf l.ilicu ti ro, a innli for rtiiroee rliMto of r. ier llu will Ins Hoi's. No vnriiitimt of UiIh rule to iiiiyon. rrcc ntiMiplc copies will lie mailed. 1m AltrtlntMitn willrrqiie-.L-lnprtMl. A ratr.onrt! . will lie furnished mi AiMrrttt till eiMHimiBlf alioi'H nnil niithr iU ItHOOHD I'KVSS, jmynWt) to CirrruvtlU. Ky. !, THURSDAY, Hntorod HAY II, 1911. at the Orcen villo. Ky., poMloilice iih necoiiil-olaS- matter. In the United States the elements friendly to honest labor arc as strong in any land in the world, to say the least. If they arc as strong elsewhere there is small evidence of it. But when Haywood rcc'inmcnds general strike in behalf of alleged tlyna miters in I.os Angeles before they are arranged in court he vastly mistakes the sentiments of the American people, including the mass of inteli-gen- t and law abiding workmen. rs Something like 500,000 visitors arc expected at the coronation of King Ceorgc V, and it is estimated that on average they will each expend S300; it is assumed, therefore, that London will be the richer after the event by Not $150,000,000, or thereabouts. a little of this money will consist of good American dollars. The ship loads of travelers en route across the Atlantic for the occasion and the still larger shiploads booked to go in the near future testify to the tact that there is a good deal of rampant toadyism in this land of freedom and democratic equality. As for the cal dilations of profits made in behalf of the London tradesmen, they have a familiar sound. Many American and some foreign cities that have been the scenes of big shows have found out that they counted- chickens that failed to hatch. - Whereas, it has pleased our Divine Commander to call from the warfare of this world to the peace and joy of our eternal world, Comrade L. C. Chatham, therefore be it Resolved, by joe l'axton Post, G. A. R., of Greenville Ky., that we give expression to our loss of a faithful comrade and officer, who in times of war was brave and faithful in discharge of his duties, thoughtful and considerate of his men, and fear less of the enemy. In the walks of peace he was a quiet, cxamplary ci tizen, in the avenues of business he was an upright, honorable member, and iu his home he was faithful, sus taining and commendable. Our post has lost a faithful member, and our rapidly lessening circle has again been reduced by his preferred call to higher duties. I lis family has our most sincere sympathy, and in this, their deepest sorrow, we join. lie slccpcth, and on that glorious morn when all shall rise, we hope to join him in that bright sphere where true hearts and kindly souls shall enter upon an eternal existence of bliss. It is our desire that these expres sions be published in the newspapers ot the county, and that a copy be supplied to the family. C. T. Grhbk, John Coomus, J. C. Kku.v. Committee. He doesn't Mr. Ed. Roark died at Central City at 4 o'clock Tuesday morning, from pneumonia, after an illness of He was well known five days. throughout the county, where he had lived for a great many years, lie married a Miss Ragon here, and lived here several years, but moved to Central City, where he had held a position on the police force for some time. He was aj painter and decorator by trade, and was engaged in that work since reHis tiring from public service. wife died many years ago, but he is survived by three children: Miss Rcrnicc Roark, of Central City, Miss Hallic Roark and Mr. Roy Roark, who arc living in New Interment was in Mexico. cemetery, at Central City, at 3.30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon Kair-mou- liner McCracketi Watchmaker and Jeweler I am opening a first-cla- ss ij ?Bg3 repair shop, complete modern equipment, in Roark's furniture store, and solicit the patronage of the public in Watch, Clock and Jewelry-repairsWork given prompt and careful attention, and best materials used. Also repair Guns, Revolvers, Typewriters, etc. All work guaranteed. GIVE ME A . A 't Make Shabby Woodwork Look Like New At very lit tit expense, the worn, shabby, scuffed and scratched woodwork in any home can be made bright and attractive in fact, to look like new. TRIAL ACMEQiAHPf VARNO-LA- REUNION- - UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS stains and varnishes at one operation, giving to ail surfaces the elegant effect and durable, lustrous surface of beautifully finished oak, mahogany, walnut, or other expensive woods. Call for Color Card. LITTLE ROCK, ARK,, MAY 1518, Fare Round Trip From ONLY 1911 Greenville Milling Co. ncorpni'iitcil. I Greenville, Ky. $8.60 lie about the fish that he let GREENVILLE, - get away. Ah, no. The honest fisherman docs not arise and say That it was just "as long as that" from eyebrow to the tail And that he's sure that he had hooked a whale. He does not lie about the fish whose nib. bles came to naught He tells his biggest whoppers on the fish he says he caught. V. D. N. fifty-barr- lllll(tl(l((l91l90el40A00tt0t(tet0tl9t KENTUCKY. (090 mm ulintKAL RPBI AWI AjjoIoLi imi DDES ,4$m Mjuro to May 31, H Date of Sale May J. F. POAG & SONS Round (rip fare Pvv3n. $3.30 16 nniBfH Hi-ar- il. 8SS&r 1911. 8 tt to 2Qlh. inclusive. Limited 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 on train No, 101 at 3.40 p. m. This will be an exceptional opportunity to visit the many points of interest in Arkansas, Hot Sprin'gs, Government land stations, etc., as the rate is the lowest that has b;en made in years. Tickets will be good returning on all regular trains until June 14. W. C. CRAWFORD, Agent. from Greenville, Ky. ig i. VJ . Practical Watch Makers and Jewelers a Wandering Willie, Dusty Rhodes, With Our Thirty Years Tired Tom and all the other sum in the Business. mer tourists have trimmed up their clothes so as to avoid the dog, and If you have a sick watch or clock are now out, and are appearing that needs repairing bring it to us. hereabouts in good numbers. After We guaiantec a perfect cure arid Promoting The Good Roads Cause In the first of May the weather is con acuratc time. Our prices arc as low 1 sidered safe, and the road men get as work can be done. We The South. busy. also handle a large stock of Elgin, In manifestation of the keen practimade Waltham, and American cal interest it has long had in every Ice Delivery Starts May k. watches, Clocks and Jewelry. movement likely to conduce to the Regular wagon delivery of ice material advancement of the section will be resumed on Saturday, May Big Stock of Optical Goods UB--k which it serves, the Southern Rail- 6, all We represent that and continued through the season. way started this week from Mobile, Have your eyes tested free and Persons wanting ice will use the train for Ala., its special good-road- s kinds of farm and the Home Insur cards, so that drivers may know to glasses fitted. trip through Alabama, n make deliveries. Ice can be had at Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Miss- the office J. F. POAG & SONS anceco. property. up town or at the plant, issippi, North Carolina, South Caro- as heretofore. Greenville, Ky. Main Street lina, Tennessee, Virginia and Southern Illinois and Indiana. The train is equipped with working models run g by electricity of improved machinery and enlarged photographs of tine highways in different parts of the world, and at the many stops it will make lectures, illustrated by stercoptcon views, will be given by experts in road building. with the Southern Rail:- -: way in this practical educational campaign arc officials af the public roads office of the National Depart GIVE US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE. and of the ment of Aericullurc FOR ONLY American Assoctation for Highway Improvement. : As emphasized by Mr. M. V. Richards of the land and industrial KY. GREENVILLE, department of the Soutern Railway, Wc Handle The Following Brands this comprehensive undertaking rcc ognixes the fact that good roads are the best feeders of the railroads and arc important factors in the develop mcnt of the South. Good roads mean good churches and good schools, toge.her with good facilties AT Any of the above brands Saturday, Only For 60 Cents for neighborhood intercourse, and consequently they are among the best sorts of immigration agencies. The home seeker, everything else being equal, is pretty sure to be inOWNER-St- op! MR. fluenced for or agaiust a locality by Csjwkler! use of its roads. The the char-ct- tr fanners are coming to understand bill? possible wjben YOU bitter and better that good roar's in crease the value ot their lantis, in reducing the cost of getting their products to market and aiding them in diversifying then agriculture. Good roads assure a reasonable amount of regularity in freight Stands for everything that is best iu painL service, and thus give the railroads The pigments used arc properly proportioned a basis for provisicns for baudliog and thoroughly compounded. jt promptly. Good roads are savers of time, trouble aud money, and iu STUDY THE FORMULA AS SHOWN ON EACH PACKAGE CJ y promoting through its good-road- s Gocarta aad baby carriages at irain the cause of improved highways GREEN SEAL PAINT & Mads to Wear' the South, the Southern Railway Roark's, at prices from $2 to $15. in s benefiting itself and the whole See the line. flUHLEN COUNTY B ANK i WJJLMWft AVIN GS Greenville, Ky, first-clas- s General Insur Appreciating your past patronage we solicit all or part of your writes future Banking business. THOS. E. SUMNER, Cashier. B five-mont- mMJM. road-buildin- lj fcity P ISi RAIIiAL BANK SATURDAY BARGAINS AT BRIZENDINE'S ONE SACK BEST PATENT FLOUR FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BONDS KENTUCKY DIRECTORS W. A. Wickliffc, W. G. Duncan, C, E Martin, R. T. Martin, E. J. Purycar, C M. Martin, Jno, s T Reynolds, Jr. The standing and responsibility of the men who constitute our Board of Directors are a guarantee of careful, judicious management. 0 Cetits ami linn in ,J Ml ill ill I "iMf II ) I MM Clifton Silver Laf Jack Prost Gold Medal KlIOIfK (AM FIS ROARK S. PROPERTY Why not 3 the best pay the Never Leak Never Need RepairsFireprdbf Storm proof Handsome Inexpensive Suitable foFall kxncls of buildings, For further detailed information apply to ' 1 ;. M. DEXTER a (0. OreenviHe, Ky. Hanna's Green S PSTjkeE! 3oi want: mW G. M. j Zhc IRecorfc Prices Quile as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality. 1 by Ijaviog your Sive yMK Get potted plants snd cat flowers f.ues repaired. Barkley IJros.. do this vork ja best manner. irom Miss Lena Arnold. section.- - Jo5 DBXTER 6t CO, rr HARC0URT &CO.L6uisViIIe.Kx SREENYiLLii, KY. 3 Bakes Home Baking Easy Officer Shol By a Negro. Mr. W. E. Miller, a u ember of the police force at Central City, was shot in the log last Wednesday about 5 o'clock at Hillside, where he had gone on business. The shooting was done by Huston Weir, a colored man, who it is said was drinking. It appears that Weir had been arrested some time n$o in Ccntt.il City by Miller, and had been locked up. When e saw the officer at Hillside, where Weir lives, the ne' gro became enraged and went to his home, returning with a shot gun, discharging it at Miller when he was within about 40 feet of him. Miller fell, but used his pistol, shooting four times without hitting his assailant, who was crouched behind some bales of wire. Weir walked away, and for a time was lost to the officers who were soon on his, trail, but was arrested about 8 ,30 o'clock in a house near Depoy and brought here and lodged in jail. At his examining trail he was bound to the grand jury in the sum of 500, which he has not been able to give, ahd is in jail. 1 Prominent Citizen Wants Good Roads; Tlr ony baking powder made from Royal Grapo Grcam of Tartar I. Absolutely Pure P0WMR (. R. R. LOCAL K0ALUM,N0 LIME PHOSPHATE IIHt CARD. NOIiTII r.oi Ml II I Lontnvilte Kxrrx lltt (Miioiiiiuitl Kxiti 123 101 13rt - 1 a 111 Mm Mr. J. L. Hoggcss, road and bridge commissioner, had a busy week of it M. 4.1S .tin IRS Piuhiptth mid Cairo iiopohi 11 Hnlloii ncotiiHUKMliitlon ii.iuim last week, replacing wooden bridges 101 New Orltunn S.lOiun .ifliil tinlj) 1.30um that had been washed out by the re10B X. O. sjit'o. (LuiiUvllle W. O. OiiAwronn, Ant. June 5. 1011. cent heavy rains. There were 35 bridges missing, and these were all replaced in just a week, which is a record never made before on such work. Mr. Boggcss reports that THE REASON. there was not a concrete, steel or "Most tnufmtlurH are made iit miu? Mx tile bridge or culvert injured in the moiitlin In uilvaiice of tin ilnte of publication. having Miamimilile material to least, and that the roads were not ContrUmtoi-submit Mioultl bear this rucl In mlnil." MaK" naluo IMItor. damaged at such points, cither, the When Winter's reign is o'er thb world, water being catiicd along without And days arc gray with gloom, obstruction or washouts. This is a sit me down beside my do?k convincing showing made for In a close and heated room. work, and shows how it is And write of birds and woodlands green, economical, costing slightly more at And fields of clover blcom. the start, but on account of lasting And when fair Summer rules the land, always, being the cheapest in the And sun and showers mingle, write about the sweeping cold end. Mr. Boggess is to be conThat sets the blood gratulated on his quick service. WM'TII Central iAIIllhVtllr l.illllK'tl I'H.v I. cw Work On Bridge Replacements. am Quick T.l.'nnn lMII'MI. ir. 1 1 Of fields of snow and hard pocked roads, And sleigh bells all Interest in improved roads is manifested from all sections daily. One of the most gratifying features comes from Mr. W. P. Hahn, a promiucnt farmer and business man at McNary, who says that if there is an effort made to macadamize roads in the count), he will donate a wagon ana team, ana supply a driver for thirty days each year, for the next three years to haul stone to be placed on the roads. This is a very public-spiritedeclaration, and we believe there are hundreds of farmers and teamsters in the county who would do as much in proportion, so that we might have permanent good roads. It would be time and money well invested, as half the time would be saved, and ihcrc could be a doubling of tonnage. If a large number of our citizens would make the declaration that has been made by Mr. Hahn, it would place the county officials in position to take ; up the matter of providing the stone and helping in placing it on the roads. If this work could once be started on any section of road, the benefits would be so great that people all over the county would be demand ing pikes, and would make arrange help. The ments for substantial railroad company would help in the Road Like This Through Muhlenberg Hills Would Look matter of freights, it is thought, business men in the towns would Mighty Good. contribute, the many coal companies Lands lying near the towns arc re would undoubtedly do their part, GOOD ROADS. ally selling at a higher price than and the county officials would strain real values, on account of the ex every point to the limit, we are conccssivc demand being made by fident. For the past several years OUR NEEDS AND OUR persons who dread the long hauls we have been expending something to market over our present poor like $ 5,000 per year on our roads, POSSIBILITIES. roads. With permanent roads dis and we might continue along this tancc would be annihilated, and re line for a century, and still would There is a widely developing in mote sections from the toWn would have nothing permanent in the way terest in highway improvement in be more thickly populated in a short of highways. The money spent in Muhlenberg county, and many lead time. Farmers iu Christian county, piking would go several miles each ng farmers arc agitating the maltct. since the pikes have been bpilt there, year, and would provide good roads From all sections comes talk of our have had their eyes opened, and all the year round. Mr. Iluhu has great needs in this line, and the have found greater advantages than the right idea about what we need towns are not behind the rural in they hoped from good toads. It is in roads, and like a progressive cili habitants as to permanent roads all nothing extraordinary to huul loads .en that he is, will do all he can to over the county. This is a vast un of five tons now, with four mules, get them. d WE ARE PRETTY POPULAR with housekeepers who have to make every cent count. We give such a good sized piece of ice for the money that we don't have to fill your ice box so often. Why not have us commence filling yours now. You can't begin a good thing too soon. Greenville Light Ollicu Hours & Water Co. (INCOIU'OlCATCIl) jj 7.30 to 8 a. 111. 11 to lti a. m. 1 to 1.30 p. 111. I l'hone No. -- 51. to 5 n. in. 1 You ask me why in summer time I write of winter's snow, And.why it is in wintertime tell where flowers grow. The stuff must reach the editor Six months ahead, you know. Harry M. Dean. 1 Decoration Day Exercises May 30. Veterans and their friends, and the public in general will enjoy the Decoration day exercises at the court house at 1 o'clock on Tuesday, May 30. The program committee is at work, and has already secured the Iitft'Mc fix roufrelock. services ot Mi. J. H JaratJT wfftr will make an address. tin The ladies i It looks like we arc to have no new of the flower committee arc planning automobiles this season. to have a bountiful supply of flowers, flags will be provided, and the graves Dogwoods arc in bloom, and fisher- of all old soldiers, as well as those men are reporting good luck. who engaged Spanish in the American war, will be decorated. Needles for all sewing machines at Mr. John Coombs is chairman of Roark's. the committee of arrangements, and will welcome the hearty Farmers are strangers in town of all who are interested. these days, as they arc busy at home. . dertaking, and will require much time and money to accomplish, but the desire is becoming general, and that is all that is required, as when people realise the varied benefits to be derived, it wjll pot be a hard, matter to secure the necessary fur.U Muhlenberg- could an i materials.well spend a million dollars during the next five years, on its roads, and the invcxtmcnt would prove the most profitable of any that could Land values possibly be made. would be equalized and generally euhanccd in every quarter of the county. Karma, no matter where located, would then bring what the land is worth. At the present time it is a matter of location, and not the productive qualities of the soil. - and the trips arc made quicker than with half that amount formerly. One farmer who lives n miles from Hop kinsville and 14 miles from Clarks villc reports that he hauls 10,000 pounds to cither place in a day easily, l.ast tail no delivered 12 tons of hajr "tV(2lark'vttl?"aV 'conf siderable saving of what freight would have cost. Hopkinsville merchants arc elated over the roads, also, and the increased trade coming to them from far corners of the county, as well as from surrounding counties, is building up every industry in that city. Surrounding counties are all gotting awakp on this matter, and if Muhlenberg is to hold its own we must build better roads. United Confederate Veterans, On the special train May 15 from l'rinccton to Little Rock there will be tourist sleepers, and the through double berth On train rate will be 5. 4101 same "date rStc in stand ard sleeper from here will be $3.00. $1-3- Rural route carriers are weighing and counting every piece, of mail Local camp No. 11 702 M. W. of A. had a big day and night Tuesday, handled this month, and it is making when a large class was initiated into much extra work for them. the camp. J. W. Dellart of LouisMiss Jessamine Barklcy is at ville, was here and made an address home for the summer; she- - has at the court house at 2 o'clock, in been in Washington for some weeks which he told of the benefits of the on a visit to her sister, Mrs. Clark. order, of its wonderful growth and the future bright prospects. At Any merchant could with his night the class was shown the work, force take care of his neighbors after which light refreshments were business, also, these days, as there served. The parade from the depot arc practically no visitors from the in the afternoon attracted much at country. tention, and there were about 100 members iu line. Several visitors Large line of collapsible gocatts from other camps were iu attendat Roaik's. Prices right. ance. Kishing parties are plentiful, alBurr Grist Mill. most every day a bunch going out hy now burr gnat mill is in oper from town to some creek near by. ation; call on your merchants for There have been some pretty good White Flint meal. Also ready to strings reported. furnish the public with chicken feed Miss Louise Wickliffe,. who is in and chopped corn. school at the Cincinnati Conserva-tor- y jl 28 J. A. Shaver. of Music, and Mr. William Wickliffe. who is in srhnnl at .Tanlc- Secret iMarragc Announced. Greenville society was pleasingly son. Tenn.. were home for a few surprised last Saturday when Mr. days during the week. Big Day For Woodmen. Uarbcc'Pannell Wedding. Oscar W. Irvin and his wife arrived Miss Clint Harrison Uarbee and here. Only the day before did his Mr. l'aul I'annell were married at folks here learn that he was married. Springfield, Tenn., last Sunday His wife was Miss Anna I. Hays, They daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. morning at 7.30 o'clock. late afternoon train Hays, of Rochester, and they were left here on the Saturday, and were accompanied married August 10, 1910, at the by Mr. Duncan Hamilton, who was home of Senator and Mrs. N. W. the only person taken into their confidence, though several persons suspected that they were witnessing an elopement. The happy couple returned here Sunday afternoon, and are at home at Mr. T. V. The bride is the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. 0. A. Uarbee, and is a bright, sweet girl who has a wide circle pf friends and admirers. The groom is the county's only rural route mail carrier, and is an in dustrious, obliging young man. May they live long, useful and happy lives. I'an-nelPs, Fresh, smoked and salted meats of all kinds at J. E. Coombs & Co's market. 020 The year's work in Greenville high Last Friday and Saturday were school closes next Thursday, with clean-u- p days in Greenville. Good 1 his has appropriate exercises. jokp. been a notable year, both in attend See Miss Lena Arnold for bulbs ance and achievement. of all sorts. Do you drink coca-colaThen try ours. It is pure and refreshing. There has been another marrying Taylor & Poole. a 20 spell, for which our town is becoming noted. Mr. C. J. Rice, who is in the civil how much neater the town engineering department of the I. C. Notice day?. Neither R. R., and has been at work in the looks since clean-usouth all winter, was here the first do we! of the week, en route to Louisville, per and may be engaged in this section Home rendered lard pound. J! E. Coomiis & Co. for the summer. He reports that the company is doing much work in Blackberries are in bloom, and reducing grades and curves, as well now we may hope for some warm as a great amount of preliminary weather. work on proposed new construction. ? p i2c. A still-bor- n infant of Mr. and Sec Coombs & Co. before you Mrs. Pat Tucker, of. Hillside, was o 27 sell your beef hides. buried last Thursday. Mr, J. A. Jonsou was here fiom "The JJial of Destiny," a novel Madisonvillc last Saturday, on a by Dr. Fredrick Luther K00M4, of visit to his father, Judge Jcp C. Louisville, has just appeared, and is creating much favorable criticism. Jonson. Dr. Koontz is wgll known here, At the election of two school where he has visited frequently both trustrees held last Saturday, Mr. socially and in a professional way. H. C. Lewis was and Mr. John Walton was chosen to fill The appearance of the National the place occupied by Mr. John Troubadours at the opera house last Thursday night drew a large audiSmith. ence which was pleased with the New stock sewing machine needles varied program. Miss Getzcndap-ncr- , at Roark's for all machines. the director, rounded up the best talent of the city, and every Mr. William Reno, wife and child, number went well. The Modern of Owcnsboro, were heic several Woodmen of America shared in the days the latter part of the week on proceeds, and received a neat sum. a visit to the family of Dr. J. W. KoonU and other relatives and Try Miss Lena Arnold's shop for friends. high grade cloths pressing. .vill Telephone No 5 and your laundry be called for and delivered. Pastor Also a Piper. Typewriter ribbons, all machines, at Roark's Thirty-si- x new postal banks will be opened throughout the country on June 1, and Hopkinsville gets Quite a number of our people the only one in this state at this were down at Central City to the time. It is predicted that another Robinson circus last Friijay night. order will soon be issued, and that Louisville and perhaps one other Miss Mary Swain, who has been city will be selected. ' J t is taxing r: n , n . . ; '. here for some days with relatives, left the government to provide equip ' t ' 11 last baturday for her home in Rock, ment for these banks, so great is the demand from all over the coun- Kansas. .! Nobody heeded the mayor's proc lamation in reference to clean-u- p If days last Friday and Saturday. they had been busy at home doing sanitary work it would have helped some, but that was not done, except possibly m a few instances. Mr. Otto A. Rothert, who has been here for some weeks, returned to his home in Louisville Monday While here he gathered afternoon. much valuable matter for his history of Muhlenberg county, and intends to resume his work in the fall, when he will be here for some time. His .1 t'ii If you want that ojead watch or collection of Indian relics was also clock put to work, let iIc have it enhanced by several very fine speciand he will put it to running. mens of various kinds. 11 The Eddyville Herald has the fol lowing story about one of its citi zens who is. well known in this county, where he has many fiiends and admirers: Rev. W. F. Cashmau, the beloved pastor of the Methodist church, hied himself to the woods Saturday where he engaged himself in the manufac and white walnut ture of paw-pawhistles. The largest one is on ex hibition at Withers drug store, is of inches white walnut, thirty-sevelong, aooui an incn in ojameicr ami as b'cautiful in tone and almost as. loud as the whistle of the Steamer Nashville. n Dr. W. R. Henderson will deliver the baccalaureate address of Greenville high school at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning at 11 Utley, at Eddyville. The wedding o'clock. The public is especially was kept a secret, neither family invited to be uresent. Mr. knowing that it had occurred. Irvin will complete his work in the Light rains and warm weather are university in a few weeks, and has things needed by farmers just now.. made a high mark in all his studies. The recent heavy rains packed the He is a bright young man, and has earth tight, and that combined with many menus and aumirers here. the cool weather have prevented the His bride is a charming woman, growth of corn and crops in general. loved by all who know her, and is popular here, where she has made Card of Thanks. occasional visits. She is a graduate To our neighbors and many friends. of the Campbell-Hagermaschool, we desire to express our heartfelt at Lexington, and that is where the thanks for many kindnesses and con friendship was formed that termin soling expressions during our period ated the happy union. Mr. Irvin of anxiety and following sorrow oc returned to Lexiugton Monday, and casioned by the death of our husband' his wife is at home in Rochester. and father, I'hey have not determined where Mrs. L. C. Chatham and Chiu.-they will make their home. n UKKN. Farm Land Wanted. section of farm land, 20 to 60 acres, located convenient to city; ready for cultivation; improved or unimproved; will pay reasonable . Q. 31, care cash price. Address. Tug Rkcoru, Gjccnville, Ky. fi6. A " Rip Van Winkle' was given by the pupils of tlQ high school at college hall last night, the attendance was large, and the performance was pleasing, showing that we have the makings of some actors among our young people. Tho i,h.c anti-narcot- lr. C. W. Roark was in Owcna- bor,o department a &pccial off ex- last week. Sjisviiion, W. C. T. U. held Ijave Barklcy Bros, repair your ljucs, and prevent a It is reported that June, the rrr ire. loss. - wed ding month, will receive proper re coguitioruthis year, and that there will be a company of happy brides and grooms hereabouts. A three months old Wm. Elschide died at Saturday night, from a of ailments; burial was son of Mr. Hillside last complication in the Eaves graveyard Monday afternoon. milk chocolate strawberry milk or Bimlo Flip, we Taylor Poole. have it. a If you want Cven the most skeptical arc now beginning to think there is a pos i sibility thjs county wjll begin the. B.cst work, prompt seryipc: give construction oj macafjan, r.P,q yquj laundry to Joe Morgan, who tyew forces are being marshaled will appreciate your patronage. eveiy duy, uud fanners are getting enthusiastic in the mailer, Mr. Marvin Wells is being con gtatulated by his many friends on It has been often said that even his creditable appearance before the the youngest person in the county state board of pharmacy recently, would never live to see permanent when he took the examination fo piked roads in Muhlenberg, but registration. He received his rcpor there is rapidly forming a new order from the secretary this week, and of things, and wonderful things arc has been registered. Under the sys hoped for iu the next few years. tern of exchange of certificates, thi Eggs for sale R. C. R. I. Reds, entities mm to practice now in twenty states. Mr. Wells intends two pens, DeGraff and Tompkins : str-in- a, staying with Messrs. Taylor 75c and $1 per setting. S. Poole for socae months yet, at least, J. Lsndis, Greenville, fcy. Our readers will enjoy the, ppctn from th.e pen o br. Iarry ft. Dean - PsV to be found in this issue. has heretofore contributed pleasing by to our columns, and promised us a spiiug poem, but afterward found that our request had come loo late, as he has been a contributor to sev eral maga.incs, and the muse re fused to work for him on anything but a winter plan at this time. He finally effected a compromise, and you will enjoy it. House and Lot in Powderly For Sale. residence, barn, etc., on public road for sale on easy terms. 043: Powderly, Ky. ercise at the high school at chapcS hour Tuesday morning, Mrs; E. J. was. I'urycar being, the conductor. There wcr.c several papers read,, and the. Mr. Murray Chatham will leave Co. buy beef subject was. well covered. J. E. Cp,orn.b$ for his home in ChaUWOOga, Tenn. hides. Hjghcst cash price. tomorrow What the Yictor Brings to. You. ra,em- Dedication of h.p Think of owning Caruso's voice, Sewing machine needles of all arjal has leen postponed to a date kinds, etc., at Roark's. the talent of whole opera companies, in the fall that will be announced yyyr the best efforts of brass bands and later. This exercise was to have Fa miens' umy not be sticking to otcheolras, the genius aud drollery of occurred on May 30, but for several the bush, but they ate laying with Harry Lauder, etc. All the world's leasous was abandoned. best music of all ages, the magic the land, puttiugjtig houis. touch of the best violinists, harpists, f jscwing machine needles Miss Ella MuGjnckcn, who has vocalists, piauists. Funny stones you want, Roark is the spent the millincrOrimming season and y:d.els, addresses by Taft, llryan, man you want to sec. at Fountain Run, Ky., has returjnwi Roosevelt and other leading charhome. acters. No matter what your weakThere arc several people from ness, it ca.n bx filled by Victor this county wlio are intending to Mr. James Ingram has., returned or Yictor machines. Call at Confederate to Princeton, where he. has a posiattend the United Jioarks and have a demonstration. Vetrans reunion at Little Rock, Ark., tion wi(tluhc. QP.o.pU Telephone Records aud supplies of all kinds in May 15 to 18. The- railroads are Co. asjinenan. stork. m&kffig extreme low. rites of less , Give us your job work. Give us your job work. than 1 cent a. mile. M,r. C. C. of Deppy, hero, on business Tuesday. Jco it-i- k - - ROARK Fwnitiife, WaJip&per, Shades, Moldings. Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper,-, Slippers, Gr&ve. Vailts. Disinfection ? ROARK flair As a Sifcn of lleaitii, j - Wken people arc in good physical ;.niuHin, the (ad is always apparFurniture, Moldings, Wall Paper cnt in their personal appearance, We carry on our floors and in our ware- I he skin, the teeth, the nails and rooms the largest variety of Furniture in Muhlenberg. the hair will ail bear witness to the fact that it is well with their owner. If we do not have what you want, we will get it for you. We have factory conThe appjaran; e of the hair is a TaKo Ono nections with makers of the finest coods a wonderful index t: the state of Pain Pill in the country, and through "Our Special health. When a person is in a lowOrder Department" can supply any excluthen as i result ot ered condition, sive articles at less prices than city store Take it or mail order houses. a severe illness or shock, or wlu-iEasy sufteiing from poor digestion and Our Picture and Hoom Molding-stock- ? are always complete. defective circulation, the hjir will To cet the best of BacKacho Wallpaper is now a staple article of mer at once betray the f.u:t. It will be chandise, being used all the year 'round. Got a Box of lustcrlesa and dry lookiug, and will And we always have full selections, prices oppose an aggravating resistance to 5 cents and up per roll. all efforts to make it look well. Anii-Pai- n - - fcurjraltiujj The gre.it teiutati.in at such a Otherwise Backache E3P"0ur Engraving Machine is the only juncture is to ovcrtre.it the local May get tho best of you one in this part of Kentucky, and we are condition and nvg'.ect the general Nothing disturbs the human exclusively prepared to supply individual Iko proper course to condition. system more than pain whether Name Plates, which we furnish on all it be in the form of headache, pursue is the exact reverse of this. outfits without extra cost. backache, neuralgia, stomachache It is true that something can be ac- S or the pains peculiar to women. Undertaking and Embalming. Dr. Miles Ant I'dls are a complished by the local measure;. Coffins in White Enamel and Stained standard remedy for pain, and If poor circulation, tor example, is are praised by a rcat army of Varnish finish; Caskets in White Enamel, men and women who have used at the root of the trouble, vigorous Natural Woods, White, Colored and Black them for years. Cloth Covered; and Copper massage of the scalp will biing the "A friend was down with LaGiinne lined airtight Caskets; all lengths, and and nearly crazed with awful backache, surface, and needed blood to the Pill and left leave her one regular, extra and double extra widths. another fur her lo take. The)' helped the tiny roots ut the base of each her rieht away, and site says she will Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes constant hair will get the nutriment for which never he without them again." ly in stock, for immediate delivery. MRS. O. II. WEBU, Austmburg, O. liut efforts to they are starving, Burial Robc3, Wrappers, Suits, Dresses, At all druggists 25 dosos 25 cents. improve the circulation of one parSlippers, etc., in large variety. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. ticular spot are pjor economy, unOur two licensed Embalxncrs respond at once to calls for such services. less joined to an attempt to better Our general equipment is complete and the general circulation, and this can ' of highest grade. best be accomplished by proper ex 04 We have a Funeral Car in service, sub cerciscs, aud above all, by propel ject to call anywhere. j Deal at home as much breathing. Tele I as possible. Build up your J tSTTwo Private '1 he man who said that deep breath phones, Store 72; Residence 10S. home town. This will o Residence 150 yards from store. ing would cure baldness promised make you a better home Prompt service any hour day or night. a little too much. Many people must bow their baldness to a destiny. 3 market and enhance the I The J. L. ROARK ESTATE. At the same time, deep breathing Manager. ORIEiM. ROARK. value of your property, will improve the circulation; if the circulation is improved, the scalp THE RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED. must come in for its share, and a n a t n healthy scalp meaus hair as good as the particular individual is entitled iMonon i i Knarks Starr Jfriitjs m .fit. lS? f to a & wm v f &s & flfo & t l &J 1 & ?i iv hna or b n . has been before the public for 30 years, most of the time right on the spot where we are now located. ti Dr. Miles' constantly has been to sell the best goods in our lines, at the most reasonable prices. Our services are of the highest grade, our wares the besl, and our equipment compares with the best of the larger cities. We endeavor constantly lo increase our usefulness. Pills E$i4iij UP cf Claim J. I ORIEN L. ROARK, Manager 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. e Estate EJiLERS IREC TORS SL Anti-Pai- URNITURE 8L UNERiL Established 1879 Long Distance mi Telephones: Store ?2; Home IG3 009C30eOltOI(ie9IO Long-Distan- A The Greatest Rose Novelty of the Century Scnd for Dcscrlption and Price List BLUE ROSE- $3; EBUND TEifPKONE & TELEGRAPH .w.ywneru m oour.'.crn Indiana, Southern lliinois, Kentucky, VtT.nes3. o, Mississippi artd L.oui3!ana. Wo cm put you in quick and satisfactory communication witn tho people of tin? great section of tho country. We solicit your patronage. Rates reasonable. Equipments and facilities GO, Tlie Rew Rose (Yiclct Blue) Hailed Ity the Rose Growers as the Forerunner of the Com- flower Blue Rose. Very Ylor- ous and liardy. Free BlscmlnS Long distance lines and telephones of this Company onabiD you to talk almost Why GrccnliottHOb JOHN E. RACKEBRANOT t- -t Pplnccton, l. Route Announces New Schedule jjfjjfjiippv taeiimie & .Jtf. the of Fares One Way and Round Trip. t.tJKD UUKE, Itt mrwjctt fates seem to be marked. Some people, do what they will, always have a thin growth ' of hair, and others, in j. ite of ill health or negligence, have thick hair. It seems to be one cf those questions where taking thought has little to do Hut with it, one way or anothej. the thinnest hair may be well kept; and softness and gloss, and a look of springing health, are largely within the control of all. Hair that is not scrupulously clean wil never look well, aud many persons suiter from an unwarranted lear of the shampoo. Very dry hair is very much improved in appearance by the tiniest application of some bland oil to the The roots after the hair is dry. hair brush has been so mishandled that it has fallen into disrepute with many people, but it is a very useful instrument if kept perfectly clean, and uied with care and gentleness. Til 8 HENRY WATTERSON Editor. WE CAN FURNISH YOU The Monon Route announces that it will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago at $6 one way, instead of $8 as formerly, and $12 round trip, good 30 days returning, instead of $16. Patrons are offered exceptionally good service by the Monon, which on night trains fiom Louisville operates Compartment and Drawing-rooPullmans, as well as the usual straight sleeper. The day trains have Parlor and Din ing cars, and the very finest modern, new coaches. Inquiries cheerfully answered by K. H. Bacon, D. P. A., Louisville, Ky. AVIATION MEET MAY 18-- 10 JUST RECEIVED siany Agt. patterns ot lyil WaliDaDer Round trip $$.95 from Greenville Tickets on Sale May 18 and 19. COME and SEE TtSEM Limited (o May 20 W. G. Ckawkorij, ..11 x e witn &b Hi ; THE RECORD AND THE Miss Lena Arnold asks the patron age of the public, and guarantees that satisfactory work will be done in her clothes cleaning, pressing and repairing shop, :: Tliey meet all (rains, day and nigiif, with Bus and Baggage wagon. j I What Are Yo fioing COURIER-JOURNA- L Take your beef hides lo J. E Coombs & Co. and get the cash. &&?Jlf3xiS S&'Jw&sKT mmm !mmm ?S!5Jy?? To Bo This Year by way of making your business successful and your domestic life full of pleasure, if you are not supplied with telephone service of tbe Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company? Everyone should have a telephone. You are connected with all outside important points in k c il connections with all residences and business houses. For any information call manager, BOTH ONE YHAR FOR Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For thia reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine 1 BY ONE PURCHASING OF OUR ik Wo can also give liberal combination rate with Daily BLAck-Draug- T or Sunday Courier-JournaLiver Medicine l. Write FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS fur only $25. The rogular price is $100. Those win bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeiug it and telling us where they saw it will be able to havo ono rescred at the low rate of Mo time limit. If. not ready 25. Books and stationer' arc included. now, buy one for future use. Courier-Jourm- al Com- pany, Louisville, Ky., for free Cswherland Telepktne Telegraph Co. sample copy of edition you Incorporated. desire, but be sure to send your subscription order to this Bhita cf all Kinds in Slock. paper NOT to the Courier- Mitfs Lena Arnold Has in slock all kinds of bulbs, and now is the time Journal. to begin the cultivation. Following arc ready for delivery, and orders taken for other, and prompt deChinese Sacrcr. livery guaranteed: Lillies, 10c each, ,3 for 25; Paper White Narcissus, (jrandiflvra, 2 for Roman Hyacinths, 5c, 30c loz; Single White, 5c each, 50c doz; lieddin Hyacinth;, Dutch, 5c each, 00c do. , I orc:n L'utch Hyacinth.. 10c etch, $1.00 doz, Tulips, mixed, 20c doz. -Hr IoarrSititure polish is some rust, and is sold what ronsideraWtfkfcirper, and with the broadest guarawiee money back if not better than any you ever used. - The reputation of this old, relia ble medicine, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is firm ly established. It does not imitate other madicines. 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 nnna uniltn. a alotrh mill llPSTrltll 1(111 niT whether nn nnlelilr nscerlnm r.iir opinion froo Communirn-tloiiaatrlctl- r Invention Is pmnnblr patentable. confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents patents. tent Irea. oMcat npetuy for bccuniik Co. rccclro Patents taken ttirouch Jtunu A. tjuciil KUlCi, without cbnrco. ta tho Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &c. bRjyfi&e Kibbons for all typewriters, legal document and manuscript covers, manifolding and other papers, legal rl n';, carbon papers in all color?, and general crnce supplies at this office. ban56omcl Utadtratel weekly. Iarce. olr. ulauon jt any ecitnUOc J..jrual. Tcrisc, 51 a year; lour oantUs. ?L Sold by &U r.cwadcilers. A la: The J. L. trrrr t LOUISVILLE. KY. r firr n m-grSi? ROARK ESTATE eIhe .jh Oflee. J3 ? tit. Ws&umon. &. C BUSINESS COLLEGi?, XMOOSS'OKArx.S. wski'S kidneys ejxl bladder right Foley's Kidney Gave r'r rirr Second and Walnut Streets Tr"i"-- n rrrn Subscribe for Eeccrd. Only SOc. jii n , iwm n m mm i