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The investment is Get our rates. pays for itself. sure of returns. ft GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1911. again i " slr-ee- Muhlenberg Gbunty is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clayJ in Keri-gtucky etc, and the most inviting field lor investment of capital and pluck. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE J 5:3 VOL. XIII. NO. 1. m-ye- WREN CARE SAVES ; 1 CONCERNING THE MULE. DR. J. W. BARLOW, nun 10 m onccri "Never npalnV crlos Cumler. "Ntvor a unit i for mo! You bet I've slffncd I he pledge for soo.1. Never! No, Inmbs are oxpcvtixl proviilu wnrm quitrtvrs for the ewes, deeply I untried with Ktraw. Allow no one or any dog to frighten the sheep at any time now, for a sudden fright Is likely i HHier cause premature birth or nt to have bad effects on both ewe and offspring, writes C. 13. Davis in and Fireside. C!u to the lambing house every hour until bedtime, and be ready to assist any ewe that needs It and to attend to the youngsters. If possible it is a good plan to sleep near the sheep yard and look In on them several times during the night. As soon as a lamb Is dropped wrap the tiny bunch of bones in warmed cloths until dry and well warmed, then unwrap and nestle it in the straw. The mother will do the rest. Within six hours see that It takes nourishment from the ewe. This takes patience and often some teaching, but it pays to persist. As soon as the ewe lias dropped the lamb or two give her a bucket of milk warm water, for the act of lambing will leave her very thirsty. The drink will soothe her nerves, quiet her anxiety, and she will give down her milk ow her cud contentedly. freely and Cold water would be very hurtful, If not fatal, at this time. When 'lambs are due separate such ewos from the rest of the tlock to prevent Injury and keep- them in the fold where you can watch them every hour. It pays to let other things wait rather than be careless now and see all your year's prolit fall and die. I have known sheep owners to turn lien "Never ngHln!" yells Grocer Tricks. "Nil. nit. you bet: play thit Ulnme same ngnln When The ton's ain't nil dead yet! 1 "Never uialn!" moans Mrs. X. "Never! Mercy inr, If I can catch another man I'll treat him decently!" "Never asaln!" eiglw r.arah Ann. A tear stands In iter eye. "Never, r.ever. never!" Hor hroken heart doth cry. Bet wits ( I 1 i it Animal Much Appreciated Where Ho Crown and Uridge Work done nt reasonable Is Best Known. prices. More than any other animals mules OUlcu up atnlra, In the Jones Uulldjnt;. Oreeuvillc, Ky. peowill rellect the disposition of the ple who handle them. I do not know why this Is. but it is true, if I see SLAT0N, a good mule I know xt once that the rMiyMlclmt and BtirKCoti. people who handled him when he was i street near MultiBtrcet. lb small were horsemen, writes an Iowa Onlcc correspondent of Ilrecder's Gnxette. A vicious mule, one that kicks and bites, CAM IIOWAk'D. WADE II. GRAY. Indicates that his Hrst owners were cruel with their stock. Where a mule at a v. u is allowed to develop naturally he has DENTIST. DIM rSlCIC 6$ BE MSC0URAJP DR. Maln-crom- I. J. SFYOU ARE all this fool talk about? Why do theao "Never" yell? truer I'll hove (o let you know. I'or I hoy will never tell. LAWYERS, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS mil uiva i TO WORK AND YOURWEAK AND AILING TWi - Office in Grctn BolldlnJ, opposite LjMesde Hotel. Guxxlcr esed u storaso ens To lilrtlio n gtnsa of nor. And now he'll never, never. Never nftnln drink grog. DRS. HELTSLEY & HELTSLEY THERE'S HOPE AND HELP FOR YOU BOTH !N I?Mlfl Trlcka sold storage eggs for fresh. Ilo got ten years In Jail. "Never, never, never nKaln!" Is Trloksy's bitter wnll. Mrs. X. made ckk custard With an old storage rot. Sho now Is rubbhiK at the tub. Her man a divorce roI. Toor Sar.-.-h Ann to paste her Imngs Smeared stornjrc on her bend. Her lover smelled the awful stuff And quick fell ovor dead. C. M. UAKNITZ. Those who are famlllur with mules say there Is never any trouble with them It they are treated right from Moro tlio time they are small. farmers ought to raise them. Mules to liuve nru not only good animals on the farm, but there h always a demand for them, and they always bring n good price. The Jack shown herewith comes from a noted famby Bourily, lie Is a bon, Jr., out of Lady Artist. Olficc at Home, East Mahvcross Street. Tclcptiono No. 78. HIP brand BITTERS They build up tho run-do5 they strengthen the weak; they invigorate tired and worn-opeople. They're unequalled for dyspepsia and indigestion, constipation and malaria, biliousness and jaundice. They're a biessing to women who suffer from backache, headache, fainting or dizzy spells and a boon to all sufferers from kidney troubles. TRY THEM. wn 1 1SI5TWEEN ut Louisville and thfcrt Chicago DEPENDADLE CHICK FEED. "Can hatch 'em. but can't raise 'em." is the explanation given by many for poor success with chicks. "All 1 could do, they just died off like flics," said a discouraged friend. An investigation of conditions showed two reasons for his failure ho fed too much, .and the chick feed he used was stale and 11EST LINK TO California ami PRICE 50c AND $L00 PER BOTTLE SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY Yast Np5t Invest All 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 and get firstclass guaranteed work. Typewriter ribbons, legal blanks, document, covers, carbon paper at this office. Telephone that grocery want to Joe Morgan and get the best goods at lowest pricrs. Druggists. GIFT FOR CULTURED a great many adulterated. Our advice to you is feed little, but often. Analyze carefully that commercial chick feed, and if it docs not come up to tiic line in quality and price then make your own mixture, by the following formula: rounds. J5 Cracked wheat 10 Cracked corn , 10 Millet Oatmeal 10 This is the basis for true fucd, and the following may be added if desired: Pounds. Kafllr corn Cracked pons napo Cracked Hemp , rice 0 10 n 3 2 After n month or six weeks use this coarser scratch feed: Pounds. i The splendid Cheviot rem shown t, winn?r . 'irize lJLtt?jbrKif ' Whole wheats 20 Two trains daily t good qualities that horses do not have. In the first place, French Lick and West Ba&n Springs. he Is not nervous. lie does not get excited over every little thing and work himself into a lather and wear UNION STATION;;" himself out. lie is tough. Many a LOUISVILIjBv;. good mule can stand It to work against DEAR HORN two ordinary horses. CHICAGO. A mule can travel on the road or . work in the field all day and at night when he is turned out. if he has had Dinin? nnd kind treatment and care, lie will go off into the Held kicking up and shak Palace Drawing Room Sleepers. ing Ids head. It is very seldom that E. H. BACON, D. DA., you see a mule that will run away. He Is too curious. Ills curiosity Is al N. V. Cor. lib and M'nrlt Sts. ways greater than his fear. If he sees !.Ol'lSVlWiE. KY. anything that frightens him. Instead of running he will slowly go up Id it A mule has better sense than a horse about feed and drink. He will never cat when he is tired or drink when he is too hot. For tills reason a mule' team is always better for a hired hand to use, because If the baud does, not kuow. what is best for them they will A HOMES S'ilON, Parlorars. H J. H. HAKES: KILLthe ahd couch CURE the LUNGS' i mm ass wassH yum Painter and Mi mwm I 1 tSTViCTROLA XYI FEATHERS AND EGGSHELLS. Over thirty tons of rotten eggs have been seized In New York since April. Ten tons of these were trailed from Atchison. Kan., to llrooklyu. N. Y., by N. Y. United States health inspectors. New York Is Just getting awake to this awpregnant ewes out in the pasture und ful business, and when the country In lose three to five Iambs that were general awakes to this awful general born away out in the Held, were chill- swindle there will be a law passed that It's as great a crime to sell a man ed and died of ueglect. Always speak low and gently to the poisoned food to get his money as It owe nt this time, for a sheep knows Is to poison his foo l to get his estate. by your voice If you are angry or joyThe York il'a.l DispaUh tells of a ous, nud It Is the singing shepherd child that placed an 03trleh egg In her they love. little bantam's nest with this written If you get the lamb safely over the request: "Something like this, please. Is likely to grow Keep on trying." Hungry turkey lovfirst forty hours it nil right after that, but warmth, care ers hold up the IwO.COO turkey record and attention must bo there when of Texas and ask those states that are needed. It three arc born to one ewe, doing so little for tho turkey Industry: as I have had happen, yon must raise "Something like this, please. Keep one with nipple and bottle or else get on trying." another ewe that has lost her own There were 2,300.000 bacteria discovlamb to adopt the odd triplet. ered by New York chemists in a gram of rots and spots.- - A small quantity Cost of Silage. injected by Philadelphia chemists Into Trofcssor A. L. Haecker of tho Ne- a guinea pig killed It In a short time, braska station has worked out some ami a drop of blood taken from this interesting data on the cost of produc- victim's heart and Injected into aning n ton of silage. Figuring in the rent other's veins killed it quick. Yet perof land, plowlug, cost of seed, planting sons or tilings that call themselves and cultivating, he found that it cost human beings sell such poison to get 72 cents per ton. The coat of filling the gain. May their tribe decease. silo, allowing a liberal wage for men During farmers' week at Slate Colnnd teams, lie found to ba 74 cents per lege, Pa., a regular poultry show Is machinery and stor- hold. Live fowls are not only exhibitton. The cost of age, Including all itcriis such as inter- ed, but dressed poultry and eggs are est on money Invested, depreciation also shown and demonstrations given nnd repairs and evert taxes and insur In killlnV, picking and packing poultry ance, was '18 cents per ton. Adding for market. these three Initial costs together, we The rotten egg dealers of Pennsylvafind that the. cost of producing a ton of 1900 under the of corn sllaxe to be Sl.01. Professor nia declare thatoppressed. act Some have being they John Bowers of Iowa has another way even are sent to jail for selling A been of figuring It In which be arrives at No. 1 rots. They have established a about tho same figures. lobby at Ilarrisburg and are trying to prove the law unconstitutional. Warming a Chilled Pig. O legislator, hold thy snoot Of all the mcaus of warming a When they their lie shall toll! Thy snoot horn will get busted wp pig and restoring his Interest chilled If it should catch that smell. probably there is In thiugs earthly If they should sample eggs display nothing better Hum a vessel of water Tread softly, hold thy breath; iiented to about 95 or 9S degrees, la A gentle breeze, a. little sncese Explosion, ruin, death! which his body and limbs can bo subPennsylvania's poultry popula merged for ten to twenty minutes. In many Instances it will well nigh re- increased 2,000,000. In 1910, and u vive tho dead. If after this hot bath fowl population is now estimated at Mr. Pig te dried and placed where ho 12,000,000. This Is an excellent showcan suck n well filled teat his outlook ing, especially when you .consider the on the future will be much improved. fact that Pennsylvania preachers hold the world's record for making chantiCoburn's "Swine In America." cleer disappear. On Nov. 21 Dr. Wiley, the governKeep the Cow Clean. A cow with a back that itches nnd ment's food expert, .sent out the folburns with chaff and dust cauiiot bo so lowing proclamation: "Kat thy fill on comfortable as one Unit's groomed ev- Thanksgiving day nnd forget Wiley Hut that Is not all. She will and the microbe, but do not cat cold ery di Spoiled storage tur not di;.- - ;t feed so well as she would If storage turkey. her file: were nice nnd clean. 'When key surely l&fncurse, but if Doc Wiraring .'r your cows do not neglect ley's foes make ."him eat crow he'll ' ' their tails. Clean these clear to tho find ft worse. Tills country hhs over r.,000,001) end. A clean brush is a beauty to a farms, and last October there were cow. only 0,500.000 turkeys maturing on all Dusty Hay Bad For Horses. this territory. Six hundred nnd fifty Don't feed dusty liny to horses. If thousand of these were raised In Tex you have no other kind sprinkle it with as, the great and only. "water just before feeding. Many horse troubles may be traced directly to dusty bay. find these arc much mora taslly prevented than cured. ' -. n.ru, ana ao "rniny w whero pasture Is scant. ' Tncy im e successfully produced In New been York, Pennsylvania, North Carolina. Indiana, Iowa and other slates. Tha mutton Is of superior quality. The fleece of the ewes weighs six to This ram was bred clsht pounds. by A. F. White of Steuben county, Mil i - .'.r... ....'.... " -- ' '6 realized the 'worth and value QfTflK? mule. They not only enjoy many ad vantages from breeding mules, but they are reaping peiunlary profit as well. From 1.70 miles north of the Missouii river down to tho southern part of the state the people drive mules nnd use them for every purpose. We saw fine mule teams hitched to bugclcs and women driving them. You see fields in that state with seventy and eighty mules in them. Missouri as a has a worldwide reputation breeding ground for fine mules, and so also has Kentucky. Some mules in those two states stand neatly seven teen hands high and have the neck and legs of a thoroughbred horse with In the deptii of chest and body. south the general verdict is that for strength, endurance and kindness, for general utility purposes, the mule Is head and neck ahead of the horse, Feeding tha Calf. Trial Bottle Free n AND ALL THROAT AND LUNGTR0UBLF.S. mil fTOVGHS 'OLDS GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED. 0 $200 Others S75, $100, $150 WOOL b A Little Good Paint in Time Saves $ $ $ Whca your buildings need painting, every day's delay cocU you money. The sun, rain, snow and frost are Retting in their work. Lumber costs too much to let it decay for want cf a little paint. It costs less to use good paint than to go without it. Wc use nothing but good paint on our WE BUY .HIDESandFIURS BiinflDtalcti. 1 we caa do bluer far toii ttisn atfe nls or commission merchants. Reference: anr bank in LonisTille. We furnish write wr price iwu Wccl Bags t ret to ccr snipp-i- &SABEL&SONS uiSjST Loainillc, Kr. 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 vide 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 record we can help you. VICTOR PRICES SAME EVERYWHERE-PERSON- AL SERVICE HERE It's a shame to keep the calf in a small place that smells so you can hardly endure It long enough to feed him. And talk about raising calves on bran water, hay tea. etc. If it's a case of "have to." all right, go ahead, but you can't raise as good calves on any substitute as you can on good milk direct from the cow. This is our way of raising fat, sleek calves. Farm work. CARTER Strictly Pure WHITE LEAD Puro Linseed Oil, Purn Turpentine nnd the most expensive colors The scales kind of paint we ue nevci cracks 01 only years of wear will rensove it. Let u figure with yoa whan ren!y lo palo' J. L. ESTATE ROARK 5a Journal. Tying Up Horses. Horses that are liable to cast them selves in their stalls should he tied with neck halter, which gives them much mare freedom of the head than the nose- - halter allows. X I We guartnlee a reasonable. and di:rL!e sj Don't put it aii. job-- s Telephone No, 254. White Sewing Machines, in rotary and vibrator; needles, shuttles, etc. in stock for all machines. RO ARK'S STORE. AT HORSE WISDOM. 81 8 to iako Cardu!, for your femalo troubles, because wo are suro it will help you. Remembar that this great iemalo remedy The driver should be the horse's best friend. It is everybody's business to interfere with cruelty. You can gtt no more power from your horse than you give him in his food. Jerking the bit and yelling confuse a horse and advertise a blockhead. Your horse needs water often-e- r than you. Any fool can ruin a team, but a wise driver maintains its value. A ttiiudy or muddy roud doublet! the work. A rhe of oue foot In ten doubles the work. Checkreinfl are Injurious uitj less left slack. Your horse may lulaml to please yon. but does not understand vour wishes. Axle grease pays 100 per cent profit. There Isn't a thing wrong with some hordes except their owners. The full feed to the Idle horse has cost the life of many a good one. Adjust tho feed to the work the horse does. Anybody can raise air ordinary horse and sell it tor an ordinary price. It takus blood aud feed and care to beat the average. 3 FACTORY PRSCES GLOliE BUGGIES AND HARNESS I l "I had a mishap at the age of 41, which left me in bad fix," writes Mrs. Georgia Usher, of Conyers, Ga. "I was unconscious for three days, and after that I would have fainting spells, dizziness, nervousness, sick headache, heart palpitation and many strange feelings. "I suffered greatly with ailments due to the change of life and had 3 doctors, but they did no good, so I concluded to try Cardui. Since taking Cardui, I am so much better and can do all my housework." g has brought gj relief lo thousands of other sick women, so vhy not to g m :,uu? For headacho, backache, pains, femalo weak-j- g Take i J 41 C AH Fill I The Woman's Tonii periodical jicss, many have said It Is "tho best medicine to take." try 111 m 8 Sold in This City "8 4 VCllM1 f'HD E ! ... ' f '17.''' JtMintnirmpiir f " nI h nrl ftTliHJS 1. cum..!, coU..n tl.ls t. e is VS. n ATA tin luisi ' 270 TWO V.'r t' vehicles Rirrot from wit Fnit-.r- y C. . 1). lu('titM:tnrr Mlbjc t lo fx :i";:v.:":i I'tc" t'i" t'ilcM ttrovAloiiitthe CMiftrial. II S. Ilnrncv. Co. lo ImjKjrlHiii-cJUuAiLy have every one who Urals w:th i n ph ::Mtl nrl KntiHfiri! rtiMnnier. Not (Tint is.sjvtrnl t.. make rnrh mi. Ii cxccik--i t value in ii:itily f fi; n ni.d '!e rf material, vehicle that it will le a Ijisl'iif'. Ailvortfcnicut hriiiKiisjunny onlcrs in return. U nnd you, ly seUiiiKyou an honestly made Uigcy at a price less i ric Midtllcnmn's i'rnril. ou wi'.l reconnuend our poo!s to y ur Our (itiar'inlco tsnlM)h:tt'lv ns yoctl to our customers an it u oulJ be to a dealer. I f tiMlsiirt not as rcn." rcson I cil your iiioney Is returned to you. Yo.u '1I.0 no risk. Wo innniifnrtiiro liniictt Vehicles nml Ilnriiets m o our customers money, till on!eru rfoinpt:;.-Writ- e for; our l'.o ISutWy iVit'tl Ilanut&s t'tiaijiue. RL0UB BUGGY St HARNESS COiMPAN' ia ru NO. il m Do not allow yourself to get into a bad fix. You might hard to get out. Better take Cardui while there is time, while you are still in moderately good health, just to conserve your strength and keep you in tip top condition. In this way your troubles, whatever they are, will gradually grow smaller instead of larger you will be on the instead of the down and by and bye you will m arrive at the north pole of perfect health. Get a. bottle at your druggists' today. get 1'i so bad you would find it up-gra- OWENSttORO. KENTL'CttY ' ucr. Amcrl ffJA VW M Give your job printim crdcrs to rVALLPAPER The Record. SoMii! Prices, M yfliiFs A THE RECORD. -- - MUHLENBERG ROADS What We Need To Improve Our Highways. " SATURDAY BARGAINS - RECORD Owen Kick, J'rOHldcnt Long-Distan- rRtSS, OlllKN L. IlOAllK, BRIZENDBNE'S GRANULATED SUGAR ARE YOU TAKING ICE Secretary. Okikn j. Koakk, Kditor. Telephone, PER YEAR, No. 72. OMw In new mines rear of store, ground floor ITSlTS if ADVANCE. TERMS. - ini.f The subwrlptlon price of the rarer Is pnyjv nl when the time hiiH expired ble in artviiiH-e-. to which tt Is pnltl. the pupe.r will be stopped. of tlmnkn. oliltunry notlooH, etc.. If not Curd Mum inn mini, will w nil niiHiirii iree. n ..v.,.-.- ... ni iirlln. will hr liiiiiln for inR linen, iso varmuon 01 una ruic n unjui'i. Free Hnmple eople.t will he mailed. Advertisements will he Inserted. A rate cord will be furnished on request. AddroHH all communications and make all re KKCOltl) ritESS, mlttanoeH payable to Greenville. Kjr. THURSDAY, Kntered MAY 18, 1911. 20 lbs. for $1.00 To the Hdltor of Tun Kr.conn: at the Grceuvlllc, second-dims Ky., postofflce as .1 Now, friends, let us look at this For the last twelve months the vital question from a sensible standElsewhkrk will be found an inter- - roads of Muhlenberg have had my point, and quit our flimsy road concsting article on the State Highway serious consideration, as I am con-th- struction. In my opinion it would Gen T. Coleman du I'ont, of vinccd that no other internal be much better to take the bulk ot Del., is to build at an provement would enhance land our funds each year and start to expense of &,ooo,ooo and give to values half so much, and good macadamize our roads, beginning the State of Delaware. Mr. du Pont highways would be a convenience on the most traveled sections, of is well known in this county, as he and comfort which all would share course, and each year extending as lived at Central City many years, alike, whether land owner, renter, far as our funds would allow. If manager of the Central Coal & Iron business man or visitor. Hut when this had been done with thc money Co. His offer is the most mag- - I take into consideration the small spent the past twenty years wc nificent in this line that has ever sum of $12,000, and look over the would now havc had many miles of been made in America, and he is 700 miles of dirt roads in the county, perfect, permanent highways, and building a monument that will be as it is easy to see that we haven't thc balance of thc roads would have enduring and much more scrvicablc enough money to start the work, been in just about as good condition than many things which rich men As human nature is the same every-hav- c or no worse condition, if you given to the public, at a much where and always, every man in the please as now. After investigation greater cost. Mr. du Pont built the county would like to have his road my judgment dictates that what we hrst model road ever constructed in put in fine condition, and feels ncg-thi- s need now is a steam road roller. In county. About 25 years ago lected if his road is not worked fact, wc have needed that ever since when he was at Central City he laid first, no matter if he lives on a see-o- thc graders were put in operation, h of the travel and if that had been provided, there roads over several acres of his tion that has farms, and with plows, scrapers and that goes over other sections. It is could have been saved half to three-fourtdrags he worked a large crew foi a hard matter, with a limited allow-som- e of thc money that has been weeks, and these roads are anc.e, to give satisfaction to every-stil- l spent for grading, and thc road been good, requiring vciy little at- - one, but.the matter has been handled in better shape, too, lor if thc tcnlion. He is the original good with greatest care and fairness. surface of a road has been put in roads man of Muhlenberg, and is To any fair minded thinker it is proper grade, and is then packed now enlarninc not necessary to state that under thoroughly, the surface is not easily my direction the funds have been broken, as there are no dust or mud At a massmcctmg recently held cxpended with the greatest care, ruts formed for a long while. As it wjln in hlizabethtown for the purpose or and the work has becn is now, thc first heavy vehicle that devising plans and arousing interest thc singie thought or serving the goes over a road marks thc part in the rebuilding of the old Louis- - pubHc The men who have done that will bc used until thc ruts arc villc and Nashville pike, now known thj3 work arc due a generous share so deep that they must be dodged. as the Lincoln Way, one farmer rose 0f prajsc for they have been im At first they are dust ruts, the loose and said he would give $1 for each pressed with the meaning of their surface being pushed aside and tires acre of land he owned, and when haDors, and have been enthusiastic, packing dowfl,;the,.pnrt under "thr 'MtsG.'mMm,M miellmeur an uniiritfe" Iff Their rriTi! fr,-I he first rain that talis is tread. he had 2,300. When applauded, as services; their grasp of affairs, the held in these depressed Hues, and he should have been, said he was not sympathy and help they have given when wheels get to dragging through maKing a uonauoti, or atuug mm mc havc deepiy impresscd and pleas-viethc mud the wear is tcrriffic, and to securing public praise, but e(1 mC for 1 have realized that they With a thc road is soon gone. as an investment, as he firmly be- - haVc always been willing to give smooth, hard surface from side to lieved that each dollar spent would fuiest returns, realising that while side of thc road, there would bc no yield ten. When people get to look- - they wcre working for others they marked line for vehicles, and the iug at the matter in that light, it were at lhe samc time working for whole area would be covered, dis shows that they havc been giving themselves. This interest on their tributing the wear, and another savthe matter some thought, as invest- - parl has resulted in more satisfactory ing feature would bc that thc road igation will convince any man that rcsuils aiso for they arc studying surface would not be washed off in he can tax himself to greater in- - conditions, finding out . the needs, thc ditches, stopping them up and dependence by building permanent and giving belter rcsults, at the holding water to undermine thc road. highways. This farmer lives in the same time doing thc work more road roller is indispensable in samc county with Harry Sommers, cluickly as well as thoroughly, thc making of macadam road, but editor of the Elizabethtown News, Qur peopie realize that much of its usefulness is equally as great in and thc original and most enthua- - tj,e work that has been done on the maintaining dirt roads. ia'stic good roads editor in Ken- - roads durini: the past seven or eight Farmers, business and profession .tucky. His efforts are bearing fruit, yearSj cspcCtaHy in the matter of county of al men, corporations, and will continue through all time. cuiverts and bridees. has been time ficials, everyone, in adjoining counand moncv wasted. The life of a ties are busying themselves in MiSS CoriflDC PaiTeflt At Opera HeilSe woodcn culvert is from three to five thought and action on the building years, that js, if it is not washed of permanent highways, and I shall Friday, May Ik. rain that falls bc glad to have thc interest and Miss Corinne Parrent, formerly of away the no- - of Kentucky, and aiter il is Put in- - Thc ditcs W support of all our people in my Nashville, one ot thc most gifted young dram- - P aftera vcr' short time' and lhe worje. ft is my sincere desire to atic readers of this Bcction, recently 'oad srfae is soon runed as the do the yery bct possjble for the scored another triumph in ber art in dirt grading is quickly marked by people, and am expending thc pub l8 an Surface once broken lic funds with a view to securing 4 concert given oaboaid sh;p cross- be road is soop 8PP and remains thc greatest returns. While I do in" the Atlantic at way Ajntil ncjet year, when a not hope to escape criticism of an Miss Parrcntjs making a Kuropcau appropriation is .secured an4 adverse nature, an to be condemntour with a congenial party from BeJ- a,nc character 0 temporary ed by at least a few, I shall contin moni aud on the voyage 00 IbeCaU- .. : work doae again. This might be ue to discharge my duties without .u e concert riven Hune 18. as a seaman's continued untjl the praek of doom fear, favor or prejudice, my chief adS Ornhan Home Benefit. Miss Ida and wc would 8tI11 avc n0 hone bejpg that our people will hat mcet ra0(lcrn necds' Ccrtain'' wake up and get enihusjastjc on the Hood was on the Committee 0f Arranccnvents and die Chairman lherc would bc 30me sh6bt 8am good roads question. u.. wrm j ay 4.i3t, jo t- each v,ear. bu,t nothing like a fair 111. Respectfully, i d ;c( ou. rent made one af ths hiis of the rurn for Lhe thousands spent. Our Jajjes L. Hogoess, Iload uud Bridge Cymuiiwiloucr. evening, though thc iast of the par- - road eitpendituies should be in the ticipants in the program included nature of a permanent investment, House and Laail for Rent. such prominent names of Eric I31inc, raher thafl a 'carly expense tha with Southern and must be met indefinitely, pracUcally an English actor, Tulia Marlowe's companies, and the witnout any advance so rar as nignwa-are concerned. Russian baritone. H. Rabinowitz. i . . . j ior tne past two years sieei 3W The cifted vounc Southern rirl concrete culverts nave been usea was overwhelmed by her fellow performers and the appreciative audi-euc- pretty generally, and their perman and her programme was charm-imd- v ence and utility have been proven. The Captain Koark property, ; showing her vers- - None of them have been. washed out, . o ' varied, thus I t anu wnere property pui uown anu room house, utable, line water, sever talitv. It included necro and Dutch w i j j? . al acres of land, ready for cultivation dialect selections, and charming crowned wiin rocK ana aire, none has been damaged, no matter how located just outside of town, on two juvenile numbers and more ambitiroads and how heavy streets, will be rented reasonably. ous selections which revealed the muddy the traffic. This should be extend- Fine location, desirable home. Ap the young reader's gifts of dramatic aud ed to the bridges, as every oue that ply to Orieu L. Roark, Greenville, interpretation. poetic would last for generations Ky. Miss Parent is the most ifted was .bu1 .... i. ..t,i u WWU4U uc i..:.. . oulc Xcl '"US See voun eirl in the fioutb as a concert Miss Ltna Arnold for bulbs she is iustlv winnicr wide- - honument t0 0Uf wisdora and eC0a0 Public money should be spent of al! sorts. 33spread recognition m this "line. judgment that directs Jtfashvilie, Tennessee Banner, July w.ith nc Fresh, smoked and salted meats private or corp.ra'tcqdf, but ue fl.6, i(9 lo. Miss Parrent will appear here bae n.ot been doirig .that, b.ut rather 0 all kinds at J. E. Coombs & Co's o 20 . wasting it. .3 . marker jit lhe op.era house, May ff one-tent1 w first-heavI 1 matter. Saturday Only lbs. for 50c. 5 lbs. for 25c. 10 about the source of which you know nothing? If so you are running more risk than you would care to if you gave the matter a thought. Better take such ice as ours which is entirely free from, dirt, disease germs or sewerage. For your health's sake order us to leave some today. Greenville Light & Water Co. t((iottooiiitooett49s9ietii)eiaiooiseofieeia Phono No. (iMinuroitATEU) Olliee Hours: 7.30 to 8 a. m. 1 1 to 12 a. 111. 1 2.11, 4 p. to 5 p. m. 111. Make Shabby Woodwork Look Like Nev At very little expense, the worn, shabby, scuffed and scratched woodwork in any home can be made bright and attractive in fact, to look like new. 1 Refinishing Floors and Furniture will bring you more pleasure and abiding happiness in your home than anything you can do about thc home for whidi you will spend any such oaM amount in time and money as will bc thc expenditure in this work. "DO YOU REALIZE WHAT YOU CAN ACCOMPLISH?" I fLCME QUALITY VARNO'LAG stains and varnishes at one operation, giving to all surfaces the elegant effect and durable, lustrouasurface of beautifully finished oak, mahogany, walnut, or other ex'ptt'rjlxve woods. Call for' Color Card. "Hanna's Lustro Finish" Is permanent in its color, never fades, positively durable becawc k k made of best materials, Old painted floors made to look like new in all beautiful shades, such as Mahogany, Antique Oak, etc. Makes old woodwork and old furniture as good as new. "IS THIS CLEAR TO YOU?" FOR SALE BY Greenville Milling Co. I iicot-porutcc- la GREENVILLE, KENTUCKY. G. M. DEXTER & (0. Greenville, Ky. GENERAL ASSEMBLY CUM BERLAND Date of Sale May I PRES. CHURCH Limited lfpr to May 31, 1911. CD MUHLENBERG COUNTY to 20th. inclusive. I Round trip fare W. $3.30 from Greenville, Ky. AjZCtlt SAVINGS BANK Greenville, Ky O. CRAWFORD. W. D. ELACKWELL k ttiat BRO. Appreciating your past patronage we solicit all or part of your future Banking' business. THOS. E. SUMNER, Cashier. General Insurance THE FIRST NATIONAL We represent the Home ance (0. of BANK writes all tar N. kinds of farm and city property. t.. u;p,r. Y. GREEKYilXE, KENTl!KY Duncan, C, E DIRECTORS W. J. Wicklitfc, W. Martin, R. T. Martin, E. J. Bijrycar, 6. M. Martin, Jno, T, Reynolds, Jr. 4 t I ' TJe standing and responsibility of he mei FIRE LIFE L BOND; who constitute our Board of Directors, are 3 guarantee of careful, judicious rnanagement. e, EMPLOYER' STEAM I .... 1 GIVE US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE. It ORG GREENVILLE. KY, rri.r. ?e Subscribe for The Record Only (ii They never need repairs, never need any attention in fact except an occasional coat of paint. They're Fireproof Stormproof end suitable lor an lunus or ouiuin, ici kww. utuuuu iui.iuuj.i SQc. G. M. DEXTER & CO. GKEENYILLEy .1 ea H. Makes Home Baking Easy Y. M. C. A. NOTIiS. Good Road Work Being Done. Honors for Local Boy. I PV""""? SARIN POWDER Ta only baking powder made from Royal Grapo nqalum.no lime phosphate Absolutely Pure Cream of Tartar Job Printing Sec Us Before Going We are here to serve you with anything in the line of printed stationery for your business and person,v & al use. BILL HEADS LETTER HEADS CARDS ENVELOPES WEDDING INVITATIONS POSTERS OR ANNOUNCEMENTS OF ALL KINDS The best quality of work at prices that are RIGHT 1. Beginning Monday, May 22, and closing Saturday, May 27, at 10.30 p. in. , is the time of the membership campaign. The plans as laid out by the committee will differ some from last year. The plan is as follows: Each member is en titled to bring in new members or to secure renewals of those who arc already members. There are two goals toward which to work. The first is a banquet nt the close of the Each pcison securing a contest. new member is entitled to a seat at the banquet; also each person sc curing three, renewals is entitled to a seat at the banquet. The second is the person seeming the largest number of points during the contest will be given a year's membership in the association; the person sccur ing the next largest number will be given a six month's membership in the association, and the next will be given a three month's membership. Each new membership counts five points; each renewal counts three points, and each dollar paid in counts two points. Points or memberships arc not transferable. This gives an opportunity to every member to participate on his own mer its, and docs not have to depend upon a team as was the case last year. Make up your mind to get a scat at the banquet or one of the membership offers. The membership is divided into three classes: Junior, 12 to 16; Intermediate, 16 to 20; Senior, 20 and above. The Junior fee is $4, the Intermediate SG, and the Senior $S per year. The membership is pay able annually, or quarterly in advance as follows: semi-annual- Rontl making crews are at work, SKNIOlt. O.UAltTKllI.1 AU.X W) (. R. R. LOCAL TIME CARD. 1st imyuiuut &! 3.1 25 2.00 1.25 tU0 .Vi0 tth IjUAKTBUI.T Xor.TH NO. 132 102 1UI 188 NO. 135 121 BOUND. 114)5 INTHIUtKUIATK 2l 1st payment &I.00 " l.7fi 1.50 .75 a-- v) LuuUvllle Kxptvft-- t Cincinnati Kxjtrens Louisville LImlteri Central City iicoouiimxlHtion. SOUTH BOUNU. 7.15 pm ll am I. OS nm jiiii :m tth VUAItTBUl.T JUXIUIt $2.80 1.50 Itit payment jl.30 1.25 Eailucah and Cairo nccotii .'.I.' am 2tl 12.10 tin 3.1 Fulton nooommotlntioii 1.00 101 Netv Orleans ii'(ia1 3.10 nm ' Uti .J5 . 103 X. O. Hpeo. (Louisville pan.-ronly) 1.20 nin W'.O. CitAwroitD, At. Juuc5. 1011. During the vacation Hours period be tlic, In ginning Mondtty.Maa " Kct'Mc fix your clock. Good morning, Mr. Summer! Arc you here to stay? ' . Don't neglect your attentions Mr. Fly, kill him with kindness. Tucsday, 9 to 1 12 a. m. and 1 to 6 p.'m. 1 Wednesday, to 6 p. m. Thursday, 9 to 12 a. m. to 6 and 7 to 9.30 p. m. to Friday, to 6 p. m. Saturday, 9 to 12 a. m. and 2 to 1 Needles for all sewing machines at 4 p. m. Roark's. crowned road is a mark of honor, but a rutty road is a disgrace to the people. A Summer niture, porch fur- sets, lawn goods, set- tees, cots, Old Hickory chairs and rockers, etc. in R o a r k's of Calhoon, has been here several days this week visitiug the family of Prof. C. C. Haydcn. Home rendered lard pound. J. E. Coomhs Miss David Cherry, complete stock. i2c. & The transition from tending the School boys arc now looking for stove to putting up your door and jobs during vacation, and most of window scrceus, oiling the lawn them will likely be employed at mower, cleaning out the refrigerator, and swatting the (lies was various things. sharp ana sudden, wasn't it? The showers of last riday and Telephone No 5 and your laundry Saturday were very beneficial, and p,ut the land jn trim for cultivation, frill be cabled for and delivered. and planned crops jn shape for fluicjj 5 -Mr. Harry Wilkinson has pur: growth. phased the residence of Mrs. Annie Have Barklcy Bros, repair your Eades, and will soon occupy it as lis home. This is desirable propfjues, and prevent a fire loss. erty, and has been much jn dcmand( t wag said yesterday that a page since jt was ptt on the narkct. from the Central City police couj;t Typewrjter ribbons, all machines, docket looked very much like a section from the Greenville city direct- at Roark's ory, ghat's the answer? The Sunday crowds to Dawson eleventh annua conycnljon Springs are jncreasing, and the The of the Kentucky Funeral Directors' season js openjng there earlier aad Association will be in session at the stronger than ever known before, eelbach, Louisville, next Wednes already several hundred visitors nayjMK gathered from iany states. fjay, Thursday and jfriday. ' per Co. and the principal roads of the county will receive first attention. Commissioner Boggcss is working the road from the Pittman place through to tnc county tine on the upper Madisonville route, and much of this is the route of the rural mail. Reports from this road arc very pleasing, and it is said that the most thorough work is being given it that has been done in the county. Small hills are being graded down, culverts are being enlarged so that they will carry the water, and ditches are being given sufficient grade to carry the water, instead of hold-inHon. Ollie James Speaks Here County Conit alongside the road. work yesterday with tractors began Court Day. the graders, and had already gone On Monday, May 29, county over the roads and filled up bad court day, Hon. uinc m. lames places and otherwise gotten ready will speak here at the court house for the machine work. at 1 o'clock in the afternoon, in the interest of his candidacy for the U. League Ball at Central City. Mr. James has S. Senatorship. The Clarksvillc and multitude of warm friends and en 1 lopkinsville teams of thusiastic admirers in the county, the Kitty League will and they will be here to meet him. meet at Central City, Everyone is invited to attend. May 21. This will not be an exhibition game Dawson Springs has Mr. C. S. but one of the regular Curd among its visitors. scheduled championship Mr. J,. W. Jameson has been act games between these two teams. It is played at ing as deputy postmaster for some Central City by arrangements be- days. tween the two teams and the manTry Miss Lena Arnold's shop for agement of the Central City Athletic high grade cloths pressing y & Fair Association. This will afford the lovers of the sport in Central Mr. J. S. Miller is in Dawson City and vicinity an opportunity to Springs, where he will remain some see league ball right at home. Both days recuperating. teams arc very strong this year, and this engagement should prove a big The closing exercises of Greenattraction. Central City has ample ville High School were held at the hotel and restaurant accommoda- the opera house last night, a large tions to take care of any size crowd audience enjoying the event. and the railroad schedules afford every opportunity for attending the Household Goods For Sale. If Came from neighboring towns. On Monday, May 29, beginning this game is well attended and a. m. at my home, I will offer proves profitable to the two teams, 9.30 at public auction all my household a number of other games between and kitchen furniture. Terms cash these two teams will be played at Mrs. L. C. Chatham. Central City this season. The game will be called promptly at 2.30 p. m. One of our citizens who has been right on the point of buying an House and Lot in Powderly For Sale. auiomooue tor some mm is now residence, barn, etc., on investigating the acroplr.c field, public road for sale on easy terms. and declares that he bchtves that 10 uc tne p$t crart tor nimitojiainiv. s ,11 - -- fc1 . Powderly, Ky as the roans tor that wiNiljclTs'5good here as anywhere on clutb. while Messrs. H. C. McCracken, R. H. our highways arc hardly o the Lyon and John Coombs attended mark of highest elTicicnc) the G. A. R. meeting at Owensboro last Friday and Saturday. Mr. James L. Boggess and bridge commissioner, has aa inter Home-growstrawberries are esting article in this issue ou highrather plentiful on the market, but way improvement that should receive the price has not fallen below 50 the attention of everyone The cents per gallon. Showers will pro- graders have been started again, and ong the crop, which is about an Mr. Boggcss has many valuable average. suggestions as to their opcraion. Perhaps his strongest recommenJ. E. Coombs & Co. buy beef dation is the need of a steam road hides. Highest cash orice. roller, which he declares would save s of something like Col. Jep C. Jonson and Messrs. grading expense, and at the same John A. Williams and R. F. Jarvis improve the roads. are in Little Rock attending the Con- time federate reunion. Thev will all make side trips to various points, visiting relatives and seeing the country of the great southwest. : Mr. James Louis Roark, who graduates this year from the Louisville College of Dentistry, secured senior year honors and gold medal for the highest average grade on examination. This is a signal honor, as the class is composed of thirty-sevemen, from many states, and several of them university graduates. His many friends here arc elated over his showing, and he is receiving congratulations from all. The graduating exercises will bo held next Monday night, and several parties from here will accept the invitation that has been extended. n j I I GOOD ROADS GIVING A TWO MILLION DOLLAR ROAD TO A STATE Unique Features of the Coleman du Pont Boulevard in Delaware Gen. T. Coleman du Pont, president of the E. I. du Pont dc Nemours Powder Co., Wibnington, Del., in an interview last week said that he is proceeding with the plans for building the 2,000,000 boulevard, which, when completed, is to be given by him to the people of Delaware. The boulevard will be no miles long. It will extend from the northern boundary to the southern boundary of the State, with a right of way of not less than too feet and not over 200 feet. The authority of the State Legislature has been received, so that every step taken may be in accordance with the law; and, although this great highway is to be deeded absolutely to the State when completed, it has been the wish of General du Pont that a commision appoiuted by the Governor should select the route, determine the character of the highway and the construction material to be used. This commission has been appointed and three surveying parties have been detailed. to survey the various pos siblc routoi ofvth'Q boulevard. In mission has been given by. the State the right to condemn land needed for the right oi way. The final route will be determined by the results of the survey. To some extent it will be influenced by the desire of com munities or individuals to have the taj t'-'- -- 1 ii-u- - three-fourth- gnirpS ' The Commercial Club held a meeting at the court house Monday night, and enrolled three new mem bers. The next mcetinir will be held Monday night, and it is hoped that all members will attend, or any who (jesire to bcconie members. Large line of collapsible at Roark's. Prices rieht. gocarts farmers tell us that it is a backward spring and otfr spelling recognizes the fact. When the spring is Ijrqkcn in yotjr watch it is dead" 'T'j-I- U I t. coLtuuN i.Mj revr. as co- oouievrn pass in tnqir vicinity, eprcss.cd in thcic readiness to Can Restore It To Life 11 The fire alarm system has been installed, the box being located on a telephone pole front of the First National Hank. This will add to the telephone alarm, as this notice, will go in as soon as the cir cuit is broken, finging a large gong at the water plant engine room. use only the b,est materials and do the work in workmanlike manner, and more people are finding it out every day I ELMER McCKACKEN Roark's Furnituro Store If you. want tjiat dcafl watch or clock put to work, let Mc have it and. h.c wU put it to running. calling his mate near court square about dusk last Saturday, ajid the notes made us feel that we had not gotten entirely away from the rural. Dr. J. H. Bray will attend the annual session of the State Dental Association, which will be held in Owensboro next Wednesday and Thursday. It is expected that there will 'be 500 in attendance. A Bob; W.iite was heard The Record 50c. per year. Lorraine, Kansas, claims to be the automobile center of the world. The village. has 176 inhabitants and there arc 22 automobijes owned .here. Ivansas farmers have fine Do you drjnk copa-colaThen roads, and they have money, there try ours. It is pure and refreshing. fore, which they can spend as they 1 AyLOR & Boole. a 20. like. The villages profit, also, from this condition. The I. C. has been handling hundreds of extra passengers the Best work, prompt service: give past several days, the traffic being your laundry to Joe Morgan, who heavy to the United Confederate will appreciate your patronage. Veteran's Reunion at Little Rock. If Muhlenberg broadens in the Saturday, Sunday and Monday there were three or more extra sleepers on cultivation of the land for the next few years in the same gratifying all through trains. proportion that it has for the last Joe Morgan solicits that grocery few, it will amount to a vast sum in order, and will show his appreciation an agricultural way. There has nev by supplying the best goods at the er been as much attention paid to very lowest prices. Quick delivery the land as is now being-giveit, and courteous treatment. and farmers are making money, too. ? n A local concern received three dozen adult coffins aqd caskets Monday, and the tra.ns.fcr company had two wagons delivering them so rapid that the store force could not nioye tlie boxes inside and elevate them fast euough to avoid a blockade of the pavement to a degree. Quite a crowd gathered around, making the usual varied remarks about the matter, when one gentleman rather elderly came along, and as he edged his way through the long passage remarked "I don't believe I can get by these coffins." A bystander, not of the innocent kind of which so much has been written, said "Oh yes you can, I think, but you will not much long- er." Give us your job work. operate in arranging for the right of way. General du Pont stated that in one stretch of 15 rnUes every foot .f riglU of Yay had b.ecn readily giyen by the landowners, while in another stretch of 1 2 miles only three miles had so far been given. Other conditions such as. the distance from the larger tqwns by whjch the boule vard s.hould pass and the deviation that should be made toward cities somewhat out of the direct route, will be. taken up by this commissQn,, so that he fia route nyiy be tle best available. Qeneral dt Pont states that when the route has been decided upon the work of construction will begin immediately and under his.persgnsujierYision, He is not only glviugjhjs highway to the people of "Dlawaie, but he is also giving his time and .energies to the undertaking, with wft5h he is so thoroughly imbued. "'Ic is a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and his engineering studies and work lender him eminently fitted to direct carrying out of the plans he has formulated for this modern highway, which in the magnitude of the gift of a road way to a State will 'be unique in American history. The construction will be ofslonc Rravl,slacr, asphalt or such other materials as shall be most available and deem- rba!-buifdig ed by expert highway engineers best suited to conditions as they may exist at various points along the route. The construction will follow the best practice of road engineering and construction as to drainage, culverts, etc. It is intended to have suitable space for tree planting, sidewalks and beautifying the right Hear varied se of way. The portion of the boule lections on the Vic vard to be devoted to the roadway tor talking maand deeded to the State is to be 30 chines at Roark's. feet wide. The remainder of the The world's best right of way will be available for an music, as well as all electric railway line, underground the popular selections, speeches, pipes and conduits for the transpor tation of oil, gas, water, steam or bands, orchestras, instrumental soVictors range in any other purpose for which it can los, quartettes. be legally used, provided always, price from 10 to $100. Victrolas that such use is not detrimental to $75 to $250. Large library of rethe highway .for vehicular travel cords and all kinds of talking maIt is proposed to establish stations chine supplies. at about every 10 miles, at which "Threatened With Pneumonia " information of any kind desired may Pneumonia is not dreaded merely be obtained regarding the locality and at which supplies for automo- for its power to seize and kill quickbiles, teams, etc., may be obtained. ly, but also for its apparent power One plan for which General du to select the most unlikely victims. Pqnt has had under consideration is .Most persons having lived through to have, a 12 fooroadwaj- at each the shock of hearing that some friend -it- j t' J lil giti&uf walk and trees on the outer edge of friend from whom they had parted' each roadway, an electric line on but a few days or even hours before, the inner side of each roadway, and leaving him at what seemed the a walk with two rows of trees form- highest notch of physical ing the middle of the boulevard and perhaps protesting that he did between the two electric trolly Hues. not know what illness meant. This disease is most dangerous But, as previously stated, the final form of the highway and the exact to the apparently strong, robust route will not be decided until after people of heavy weight and hearty the survey has been completed and appetite, although it may attack any the entire subject has been considered one, for its germs are omnipresent. indiThe strong and by the commission which will act in conjunction with General du Pont vidual who is at the same time someand his engineers. Personally, thing overweight is especially in General du Pont does not think that danger of pneumonia, and should the boulevard should go directly take particular care to avoid it. 18 through any of the principal towns, his diet is too heavy and that because it w6uld frequently subject may safely be assumed- - it should to the disadvantages of sharp turns, be ruthlessly cut down, especially and it is probable in many as to meat and the elimination of cases the way would be too con alcohol. The weighing scale is a good stricted for a boulevard. It is also possible that contention might arise friend to such a person, and should between the authorities, of the town be consulted regularly. The scale and State. For these reasons he docs not argue about that extra believes it wp.uld be preferable for pound or two, it proves it; and after the road, to be at least half a mile a weight in accordance with age and from the town which it is to pass, height has been determined, it can wuh a branch road to extend from be maintained, in most cases, by the town to the boulevard, It is the exercise of a little There are hosts of people who in estimated that the cost of the boule-yardolently permit themselves to get wil rca,ch This 2,0,00,000. ill be paid by General du Pont, heavy, and even fat, in the winter a,nd, when completed, the road will months. They are the people who reminded be deeded to. the Stat? and there- should be constantly after be raaintaned by it. It is "The pneumonia germ'll git yer, i yer don't watch outl" gstirnated. that the cost of mainten The condition oi the man must be wiU be less than 4 per cent, ance per annum of the cost of construc recognised as more important than, tion. The enviable position p.f Dela- the presence ot the germ, as proved ware in having a citizen who has by the fact that there is less mota-it- y among the thin and apparently the w"d.l and. the weans to provide delicate than among the stout and sch, a in,onumqnt to civic pride is attracting attention of the whole Some of the phrases used by- - the country. General du Pont went to Delaware laity on this subject have, after allr in 1902 from tousville, Ky., where more sense than nonsense in thenv. lc was born. He has been a con It is said that some one is " threatensistent advocate of good roads, ami ed with pneumonia," or that a "bad now undertakes this monumental cold ran into pneumonia," and iu it is true, for every one is work for the benefit of his State and o as an expression of his own profound "threatend" with pneumonia; that say, the germ is always present, conviction in the value of good roads for the betterment of mankind. In and ready and willing to begin its speaking of his plans for building work if one only gives it a chance d well-beinl. d, is-t- enough roads to go around 'the world 14 times, kept up by the Government, and horses there pull three to five tons on the roads. "In offering to build this road I want to say that I have no ulterior motive whatever. I wanted to do something for the good of Delaware, land at first I thought of a hospital, then of schools, and finally I thought that good roads would really do more for the State of Delaware than anything else I could do." Since the publication of this offer the neighboring States of Pennsylvania and Maryland have taken up the question of building roads to connect with this boulevard, and it is possible that a part of this road will be an important link in the great highway that will no doubt eventually extend from New York or Montreal to Florida. This Coleman du Pont Boulevard may well prove to be a most lasting monument to the family whose name has been closely allied with that of Delaware since 1802 when E. I. du Pont de Nemours founded along the Brandywine the powder works that have become the greatest of the kind in existence. Delaware may well be felicitated on having within its bounds the broad-mindeand liberal-hearte- d man who has made possible for the State a new era of prosperity, and who is providing a source of civic advancement which will be an inspiration for other men and other communities. 'IS. this road he said: "I do not think any of us fully realize the benefit good roads Will mean to the State. It would tend to develop it from one end to the other and bring our farmers nearer the matket with their crops, and let people who know little. of Delaware come hero and see whU we have and locate here. The French have If you want a milk poJact. strawberry milk or Uko Klip, we. Taylor & Pooi.e. have it. Messrs. Fred Reinccl-e- , L. E Pittlepage, Joe ClaA, R. W. QveE alls and II. H. 1 Joleraan, of Maci isonville, were here yesterday, driv- ing through in .an hour and a hal in an Overland, toujring cac. ROARK Furniture, W&Jlp&oper, Shades, Moldings. Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wreppeiv,; Slippers, Gr&ve Vaults. Disinfection ROARK Adenoids Again. lS; ltl f & 2 & iJ & & f - While taking one's walks abroad in n great city, it is strange to see how ninny children arc still being allowed to prow up with untreated It (iocs not seem posadenoids. that any parent can remain sible uninstructcd on this subject, so thoroughly has it been expoicd to the general public. And yet almost every ride on street car is nn introduction to some poor little child whose mouth will not shut, whose teeth arc growing in crooked, and who is the victim of an everlasting "cold in the head." To render the matter even more inexplicable is the fact that the child is more often than not of well-t- o In such a case do parentage. the lather and mother must know that they are deliberately depriving their child of its fair chance; that they arc subjecting it to innumerable dangers in the present, and laying the foundations for certain drawbacks in the future, all of which could be prevented by a very simple operation, which it is their duty to have performed at once. On questioning some of these guilty parents, the most extraordinary Oh, yes, answers arc forthcoming. they are quite awake to the dangers of adenoids! They are only "waiting" to have it done. "No, liobby nsver has his mouth shut. He can't. Why, he even sleeps with it open! Hut he is so delicate this winter, we arc waiting until spring." I his is nonsense. In the mean breathe through time Bobby cannot his nose, the shape of his face is being spoiled for life, his teeth arc coming in wrong, he is already : little deaf,, and has repeated at tccki of asthma. Is it any wonder that he is delicate? It would take a long time even to enumerate the bad symptoms that adenoids, but it may f majvGomc from TWrtainl y be accepted as an axiom ithaUanv children who have them fjfrelielbw par physically and mcnt ally. They arc unable to get enough oxygen for the needs either of body or of mind, and consequently lag behind normal children in their dc velopmcnt. They arc also very sus ccptiblc to infections, and at the same time quite unfit to battle with them. Symptoms which might appear to the uninstructcd very remote often yield magically to the removal of adenoids such as St. Vitu's dance, stammering, uncontrollable fits of temper and eye troubles. The natural dislike of parents to subject a delicate and timid child to this op erntion is no longer reasonable, as an anesthetic is almost 'invariably given. See the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Roark's. "1 am all right now, thanks to Dr. Miles9 Heart Remedy." The same relief is ready for you. Arc you sure you do not need it? If Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy helped Charles Holmes, why won't it help you? "I was troubled with heart disease, and after rending about Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy, I cot a boltle. I (jot the Heart Remedy 1 had to sit tip mo.--t of the night, and felt very bad at my stomach. Whatever I would eat made me feel worse, and my heart beat very fast. Hut thanks to Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy, I am nil right now. I cat tfood, sleep jjood, and feel like a new man, although I am almost 63 years old. I have lcen a soldier in the late war of the rebellion, and was badly wounded." CHARLES HOLMES, Private Co. U, 5?th N. Y. Infantry Volunteers, Walton, Delaware Co, N. Y. Furniture, Moldings, Wall Paper We carry on our floors and In our ware- rooms the largest variety of Furnitura in Muhlenberg. If we do not have what you want, we will get it for you. We have factory connections with makers of the finest goods in the country, and through "Our Special Order Department" can supply any exclu sive articles at less prices than city stores or mail order houses. Our Picture and Room Molding-stocare always complete. Wallpaper is now a staple article of mer chandise, being used all the year 'round. And we always have full selections, prices cents and up per roll. Our Name & SL has been before the public for 30 years, most of ihc time right on the spot where vc arc now located. At constantly has 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. We endeavor constantly to increase our usefulness. m 4 5& 1L $9kHif - - fcugralYutg SL CSTOur Engraving Machine is the only one in this part of Kentucky, and we arc exclusively prepared to supply individual Name Plates, which we furnish on all or Claim On your patronage is based on a service the duration of an ordinary life time, and a square deal assured every one. The accumulated experience and knowledge of this third of a century are at your command. SL outfits without extra cost. Undertaking and Embalming. Coffln3 in White Enamel and Stained Varnish finish; Caskets in White Enamel, Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy Natural Woods, White, Colored and Black and Copper Cloth Covered; is kept in thousands of homes as a lined airtight Caskets; all lengths, and friend always to be relied upon in regular, extra and double extra widths. time of need. Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes constant ly in stock, for immediate delivery. Sold by all Druggists If the first bottle falls to benefit, your money Burial Robes, Wrappers, Suits, Dresses, Is returned. Ask any Druggist. Slippers, etc., in large variety. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. Our two licensed Embalmers respond at once to calls for such services. Our general equipment is complete and of highest grade. If you have not We have a Funeral Car in service, sub heard the Victor ject to call anywhere. Tele ESTTwo Private talking machines, Roark's. If phones, Store 72; Residence 108. call at Residence 150 yards from store. you have heard them, call again and Prompt service any hour day or night. Long-Distan- Ihe Jo L. ROARK Estate ORIEN L. ROARK, Manager SL SL SL & FURNITURE Established 1579 Long Distance EJILERS IREC TORS Tefeplioiies: Store 72; Home 103 '& A SL 2& -- A BLUE a3 ROSE-x-- cr The New Ross (Violet Blue) Hailed by the !iose Growers as the Forerunner cf the Corn flower Blue Hose. Ycry vigorous and hardy. Free dooming often; they never grow tiresome. Lame library of records and all kinds of talking machine supplies The J. L. ROARK ESTATE. ORIEN L. ROARK. Manster. The Greatest Rose Novelty of the Century Send for Description and Price List $i JUST RECEIVED any Patterns of 1911 Wallpaper COME and SEE THEM THE RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED. Deal at home as much as possible, Build up your OrccnliotiHcH Monon Route Announces New Schedule JOHN E. RACKEBRANDT This will home town. make you a better home I "marke- tI value of your property. of Fares One Way and Round Trip. snic Why Not Read The The Monon Routcjiunounces that it will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago at Jf6 one as formerly, and way, mstcati ot round trip, good todays return M: ing, instead of $16. Patrons are of ferel exceptionally good service by the Monon, which on night trains fiotu Louisville operates Compart Pullmans, ment and Drawing-rooas well as the usual straight sleeper, Hie day trains have Parlor and Din ing cars, and the very finest modern, new coaches. Inquiries cheerfully answered by L2. H. Bacon, D. P. A., Louisville, Ky. Miss Lena Arnold asks the patron age of the public, and guarantees that satisfactory work will be done pressing in her clothes cleaning, and repairing shop. Take vour beef hides to 1. E Coombs & Co. and get the cash. The Greenville Transfer Go, j MSiiiMMB Wk What Are You Going To Do This Year by way of making your business suc cessful and your domestic life full of pleasure, if you are not supplied with telephone service of the Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company? Everyone should have a telephone. You are connected with all outside important points in lie i connections with all residences and business hous es. For any information call man agcr, Cumberland Telephone I THE OLD RELIABLE HENRY WATTERSON Editor. WE CAN FURNISH YOU Very Serious It is a very seriou3 matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For thi3 reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine THE RECORD AND THE WEEKLY GORIER-JOURNA- BLack-draugh- T Liver Medicine The reputation of this old, relia ble medicine, for constipation, and liver trouble, is firm ly established. It does not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the fa . vonte liver powder, with a iargcr sale than all others combined. F2 SOLD IN TOWN a jV Lct us prove to you that the Stearns & Foster Windsor grade Mattress is superior to any $15.00 mattress advertised in the magazines. You don't have to buy on failh. We'll show you 1 mU themsidelanimportantsidctolcnowottneverymattrcssyouDuy. L Telegraph Incorporated. & Co. . mSZSmmSmm m F'JEPM'r. fejlW T BOTH ONE YEAR FOR Bulbs of all Kinds in Stock. Miss Lena Arnold has in stock all kinds of bulbs, and now is the time We can also give liberal with Daily to begin the cultivation. Following combination rate arc ready for delivery, bnd orders or Sunday Courier-Journa- l. taken for others, and prompt de Write Courier-JournCom Chinese S.icred livery guaranteed: Louisville, Ky., for free pany, Lillies, ioc each, 3 for 25; Paper Narcissus, Grandiflora, 2 for sample copy of edition you White 5c, 30c doz; Roman Hyacinths, desire, but be sure to send Single White, 5c each, 50c doz your subscription order to this liedding Hyacinths, Dutch, 5c each paper NOT to the al J! m mm.i iiig Sil! A JK 7 'jli?arfj$ 'S&' jcfSAi3UjS A positive guarantee of money back if not satisfactory on 60 nights' trial. Come in today. We've got all the good things m M (TW" " tP ROARK ESTATE 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE 1 L- - ROARK Estate w GO. Anyone scnrtlnir a nfcctrh and dwcrintlon my Qiilcklr lucwrliuii our oimmm rreo vriiriurr nn Piirniilinii Is iirnlmhly luarninliliv HANDBOOK Designs Copyrights tc. IBERLAND TELEPHONE (iKCORI'OtiATKD) & TELEGRAPH tha use of a goodlaxativc, to keep tlic bowels open and prevent tho poisons cf undigested food from Kltiiigint.i your system. The latest product 1 1 science I I L 0 Laxathc Liver Syrup, purelv vegetable, gentle, reliahb and of a pleasant, arorcaic teste. Vclvo acts on the liver, as well as on the stomach and bowels, and is of the Greatest possible efficacy in constipation, indigestion, biliou ;ness, side headache, fevrishness, colic.llatulencc, etc. Try VF I Fiiysieians Advise 1 60c doz; Forcing Dutch Hyacinths roc each, $1.00 doz; Tulips, mixed soc doz. unit fri'ts, Oltl-- t upin"y fur MHMirn.it I'atonu tuK'l ilirouxli Mtimi ttlteUiinollCt, VII iHHii unitiKU, iuiuu m!'at!d loceUo Scientific jffntcricatn Ribbons for all typewriters, legal Roark's furniture polish is some document and manuscript covers, what better than the reat, andisaold rnifolding and other papers, legd k hsndeowclr lllutraled 1weekly. 1 crras. I a ot au7 ocicatmo juraa!. J jaar j lour njotbs, tL 6o5J b7&U nowndcsiera. Lorn: distanoo UnoG and telephones of Ihlu Company cn.tblo you to talk almost anywhere in Sotitnern inuiana, Southern Illinois, Kentucky, Tennoso o, tVilssissipp! artd Louisiana. Wo can put you in quick and satisfactory communication vith the If M m If II LAXATIVE considerably cheaper, and with the blanks, carbon papers in all color?., broadest guarantee money back if and general office supplies at this snakes kidneys not better than any you everjised office. people of thi? gror.L cectian cf the country. Wo solicit your patronago. I?ats3 reasonable. Equipments and facilities neii'l 2xci. LIVER SYRUP Foley's Kidney Cure end bladder right 47.? EC J. CAwD'J. 7 LI, Sfesciibe for che Eecord Only gOe