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The investment is Get our rates, mkt fteawfc GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, JUNE 1, Muhlenberg County is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's claV. ietc and the most inviting field in Ken tucky for investment of capital and pluck. VOL. XIII. NO. 10. ;:.cmRelvcs together, gcnornlly under rover of darknosK, nnd tnUo from tho officers of the lnw rersons nc'od of offense more or leas grave, nni put thou to death. 1911. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE myself thoroughly understood ns to that the soldltrs never molested any that great army of men who till the ono except night rider3. If the ofTlcers soil, tho farmers of Kentucky. 'ecp.U30 of the law In the counties whero thesti It baa been said by Rome who nre sup-- j night riders lived and did their work porting other candidates that some oi could not or would not suppress them, I favor n lnw Riving tho fJovrrnor the. farmers of Kentucky would voto do you mean to say that the soldiers the riRlit. under certain conditions, to against me because of what I said could not change tholr Ideas from remove from office nny ofllcer or about the Night Riders in n speech I those of mob members to jthOBO of citizens? They Bitterly Arraigns Judge O'Rear Jailor who shall permit n mob to tnko delivered at Ilopklnsvllle In 190S. I peaceful they were burning wefe killing ho lies, they from such ofllcer or Iroin the Jnll any do not hold to the belief that Repub- people, in Speech at destroying depots, tl ey were prisoner charged with any crime lican farmers arc against me on that wore laying cities In ashes, they .jycre terI was whatever. account or any other account This law lins lic?n recently Invoked reared on a farm. I have helped the rorizing whole communities, they were farmers, my neighbors, to Inilld their driving men from tho Stat. Theso with good efTect by a Democratic Governor In Ohio and by a Repubhotiies. roll thel- - logs, grow their to- men were being thrcntenedf and no lican Governor In Illinois, and wo bacco, thrch their wheat, make up one clso was threatened anil yet tho OPENS CAMPAIGN their nioIaascB in fact. I have done Judgo snys that you could $pt push should have such a law In Kentucky. FOR NOMINATION Kentucky has for years been clamor- some of every kind of work known to an Idea through their head with a the farming fraternity In this stato. bayonet. And again ho sayg: ing for more business and Inviting Im"If, however, any opponent, DemoI have mixed and mingled with them migration. More than one million Immigrants landed In the United States all my life. I know the farmers cf crat or Republican, cares tot take up Declares That Republicans MusUStand In 1!10. nearly JiOO.OOO of them farm Kentucky, who they nre and whnLthoy the other side, I am prepared, to meet For Law Enforcement or Meet t laborers. Mow many of them came to stand for, and I am proud that bo him on tho subject." I will tnke the other side and make A surprisingly amnll ninny of them know me. ns urn proud Kentucky? Political" Ruin. people my appeal o the they po? To to know them. Where did number. I am willing abide l:i that speech at Hopklnsvllle I of Kentucky. every place except Kentucky But that Is not the worst. A great num- stated that If I were a farmer I would by their decision, even on his stateDENOUNCES MOBS belong to all of their organizations ment made nt Hopklnsvllle'and Igber of those wo already had citizens AND NIGHT RIDERS nore hla statement at Franljfqrt, that that sought In a lnwful way to of Kentucky have gone away within the price of farm products. I ho waited three years to explain, and the past year. You can scarcely believe the farmers have a right to which he did not then expitn until Ken on a train leaving travel narbourvillo, Ky.. May 22. Ilarely tucky and I ho became a candldnte for Gpvornor. Is an unrivaled remedy for all troubles of that you do not see our Ken- organize for if over in the history of Kentuckv has turkianft flocking to other S4ates. would bo glad to see every farmer In Of course the Democrats? are not one candidate ror tho nomination for socking homes in a distant land and tho Innd take a greater interest in tho going to fight Judge OTWaj now welfare of every other farmer. Governor of tho Stale so mercilessly They want him nominated. and will why Is It? You can tnlk for business, arraigned another as E. T. Franks ar- - you can talk for Immigration, you can know the hardships through which hold tholr fire until afier thatiomina-tlon- s IT BUILDS UP THE RUN-D0W- K IT PURIFIES THE BLOOD ralgned Judge O'Roar In his opening talk prosperity Tor our State until you the farmer passes each year as he tolls aro made. But I here'flind now to make an honest living for hi nisi' if enter my solemn protest ngalnsj the speech here todny. After declaring crow hoarse, but It does no cood. IT CURES INDIGESTION IT STRENGTHENS THE NERVES nnd those dependent upon him. eating nominal Ion by the Republic party for rcdlgtrlcting. for tax revision fnr Law and Order Must Come First. better schools and better roads, for First, and before everything else in two meals a day by lamplight the yen of a candidate for Governorholdln; tho endorsement of the county unit the world, must come Law and Order. round taking chances with the ele- the views on law and order list have bill as advocated In tho 1907 plat- Fewer mobs and less of the mob ments, to have his crop destroyed been expressed publicly bgJildge PRICE- AND form, Mr. Franks said that the most spirit and the cortarh and unsparing by drouth or flood, and, should he es- O'Rear. Whenever the Republican cape both and gather abundantly .at party, the party of Lincoln. M Grant, important matter Jwfnri Mm nnnnl r enforcement of the law will convince ' , SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY 1Un Clnt. harvest time, to have great combina- Garfield, Harrison, McKlnleyJRoose-vel- t ..u ium iuuuj- Ila mo t'niorcemeni . or. tions of wcltli to sit in Judgment on tho law, and he declared in effect that and Taft, forsakes tho principles the prices forcing them down some- of Law and Order and wlnkstfct mobs there are not enough night-rider-s and times below the cost of production and mob violences, it shoulalpo Into in the Republican party This Is the common lot of the farmer exile nnd never again boastrof more to nominate or elect a candidate who I know theae things are In Kentucky. does not stand firmly for law and or than half a century of thojEreatcst W. BARLOW, hard, and they should lie remedied at achievements known to polukal hisdor. Mr. Franks' speech, which was once but who is to do It? The Dem- tory. . heard and approved by a j ocratic party will not do It. because. Judge O'Rear may have thought he Crown anil Bridge Work Jonc m reusotuibtc A crowd, was in part aa folIt has controlled legislation in Ken was right when ho made tbJit;jtatb-mcnt- . prlceH. lows: tucky since IStffi without a break, expeople thlnlcfhe said Office up ntiiird, In the Jones UnlMlng. I made my announcement When and If tho as cept at one time the Republicans had tho right thing or the thfijK. that a candidate for Governor. I stated tha' Greenville. Ky. the House, but the Democrats con ought to have been said at njat tlmo. I would not make a speaking cam trolled the Senate. If there Is no law everything else being equal, wshould paign ior uiu nomination, giving as a In Kentucky to punish grat combinaroason my fear that it would engen-- ' T. SLATONi be nominated, but when you jao nomtions of wealth, formed and used to you do. you havgstruck dor bad feeling, and thus make It r liynlc i ci n and burccoti . oppress the people. It Is the fault of inate him. ifthe very corner-ston- e of nioro dltllcult for us to win in Novema blow at the Democratic party and not the fault civil liberty. You should think well Office street neiir Mulustrccl. ber, but Is univerof the Republican party. I promise.- If before making your decision., sally allowed to bp tho nrot elected Governor, to enforce impartialto whlchl Judge CAM HOWARD. nature, and If Judge O'Renr or anv Tho confcrence WAH It. GRAK ly, without fear or favor, such existing one else thinks that ho can come and was called by 3ie Govlaws as may be invoked against tho O'Rear alludes night rlojjrs had attack me in my own home without employment of capital In a manner ernor Just rfter the & Hopkins-vlllgetting into a scrap, he Is destined oppressive to tho nconle. and to use put tho torch to Princeton. to a rude awakening when he tries it ond Ri?selvll1. nnd abjmt Uie all the power that may be at my com 'murHence I havo decided to take the the passage of laws tlmo that THram Hedces wjis mand to nfght rid cold blood suimp in advocacy of my claims for th.t will effectually break up theso deredIn Intho presence by the vQfo and Office in Green BolMiaf , opposite laMeade Hold. tho Republican nomination for Gov-of his wrongful operations of capital. That era It. was ernor, and if It Is n speaking cam-la the remedy and tho only remedy. tables and In his own home. paign that Judge O'Rcar wants. I 'But," ono will say, "we can not got nt this time that lovers of. Jaw jfanrt DRS, E T FRANKS HELTSLEY & HELTSLEY shall accommodate him to his heart's our officers to enforce tho law." Then order should have had. thrt'wlts They iTaje said content, tliough I repeat my opinion tlin wnrlrl Mint mrnn uhnt no snv. you should elect men who will enforce about them. right should" ' 1, thins: 'attlfijlcht mat it would have been better for tho OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS the law. But for God's sake, for the and dono tho nd then we shall get iron and monn on nnrfv if nrt sake of your State, your homo 'and tlmo. Tho yes of the worMfij """ m""ei your family, do not undertake to so- - Kentucky, and she crledjJA'IJ here Olficc at Home, East Main'cross Street. . .. . nnd urredress through. Ua mob. A mob ,no balm In Clload?i Is thrqMiiawtwtn on- why 'Is clou tll'ere? Tb " you bnvdiad for- - Die, iuh" iw?m- r,.., ntrfnr ever damn those who engaged In tho recovered?" years i have come to your aid at was do.i 'i: no uncertain We all atrree iniH limn m PHJHii first call, and I have enjoyed my visits tRrmK for Law aml Onlor. A conn' mob. 7 4$ an insult to nny honvsl ng wrong, nnd that the trust for thnt wrnn'i: thev that he jcil get mad at I to your city very much Indeed fnnnrr to mv wtlon ,hat will not you for (Wvounrintj mobs. Mobs are ought to have been pitnlRhod n R,n(o r always feel at home In the mountains. protect its citizens, from 'he hlghct in nearly every intitatuc eomposed o there was a wav nnd n place. Thev I have campaigned eo much In the proper j tho hliniblwt and nil alike, is not cowards ar.d of the lowr ehments in should have been taken to the' mountains that I feel as much at 0 nnd place and tho the community, and for dny man to forum, where tho weak nnd tho strong of nni rVBCTR0LA XY $200 homo up here as and Chicago do ,n Jackson's r,Kht to Govcr ouisviile uo tauen should eet upon a common level. Charter become incensed ichen you denounce a J Others $75, $100, 5150 Purchase, where I was born and from It. Statutes, beginning 01, Kentucky mob Kill naturally cause the public to reared, or In tho Pennyrlle, where BEST LINE TO me to think that he was cither in the mob Gentlemen, h Section 3.915, provides a way. my home has been so long. In the say to you it is I needless for J The Victrola adds to the refinement of any. home, am a Rnubllcan. that and no one was hotter prepared than or was in sympathy with it. And a last twenty years I have had tho holding fact to all the fundamental and the I Judge 'O'Rear to explain the lino of because it plays the very best music of the world, and be- pleasure of speaking In one hundred principles of the party, and that man that Is In sympathy with the mob procedure. That statute fixes a tine pnd does not Join it if ho has tho op and ten of the one hundred and nine- means that I am not an Insurgent cause its artistic lines give it a natural place in the decora- Vast Northwest six months portunlty. Is a greater coward than of from $500 to $5,000. or county teen counties of the State. Wherever Republican I do not allow Senate jail. . tions of the cultured home. these who do Join, and that la the rea to twelve months In the I have spoken, myvlcws on tho fundaSenator Bourne to do or tho court may so fine and Imprison mental principles of the Republican LaFollette andnnd I do not propose to son he does .not Join. on Mob i Two trains daily mv thinking, The Victrola plays such a wide range of music, you the discretion of the Jury. Pro Rule. Assails Judge O'Rear party are well known. follow where they lead. I noticed an i Judge O'Renr had something to say ceedings could have been brought by must use good judgment or your record library will be im- Tho natural resources of Kentucky Attorneys or Frcacli Lick and West Baden Spring's. a Louisville paper of May one of are not surpassed In Importance or i article Ina Washington date line, say about mobs in bin speech at Hopklns a any any one 110 Countyr i mense. We want to help you select thein and since we thlrtv-roucommon11, with of by vllle a part of which I endorse nnd equaled in variety by those of any , ,hnt T.aFnotte and Hearst are part of which I do not endorse. He wealth Attorneys. . The courts arc i know the merit of each Victor record we can help you. likely to head a new national ticket UNION STATION, speaking of the attitude of open always, and Judge O'Renr. sit- said. In by more miles of navigable streams f Mnml liuTnn r'lnnr In nnnlfl. Governor WJiison toward him: lnir in the court of last resort, couin LOUISVILLE. VICTOR PRICES SAME EVERYWHERE than aro possessed by any other. ,7jnK for somc of ,hc thIncK ,n h!a ave seen to It that justice was given. "The Gcernor knew my views on DEAR HO UN STATION, nS aS Ul Platform, said that such well-kPERSONALSERVICE HERE the situation, for at his Ins' mice I had hem If the cases ever got to his court. i Delta of the Nile; many of her moun Republicans as Senator LaFollotte CHICAGO. not advise what line to tlif him tains and valleys are covered with and Senator Bourne had hern advo several conferencesin with speechon (the Why did he of saying: pursue Instead Bald the virgin timber that has never yet cating them for years. Judge O'Rcar subject. I speech) "You can not push an idea tnrougn that the Governor Frankfort heard the sound of the woodman's ax; may follow where they lead If h s Dinintf and Parlor Cars. head with a bayo n commended for bis efforts no State has more coal, and none can wishes, but I say to you that I wl.l was to. be peace protect life and net"? and to restore Sleepers. produce It more cheaply: wo have not property, as well as to bring to pun There Is no place In this land of Palace Drawing Room fluor-spalead, zinc, and tho best I asked a friend a few days ago If the violators of the law."- tho free nnd home of the brave for Ishment s quality of E. H. BACON, D. P. A., In abundance. believed In a progressive Repnb If Judge O'Rear had stopped there mobs and the mob spirit. I think Thero Is enough water power, unused he llcan. "That depends," he said the world would have said: "well that every man at that peace confer N. V. Cor. 4th and Market Sts. and going to waste, to operate every "There are three ways a man can done, good and faithful servant." But once should have said that law and LOUISVILLE, KY. wheel and spindle In the State with-.obo a progressive Ropw he said next, which order must reign and that peace must listen to using a bushel of coal, and yet progress andway Is toward the Ropub spoiled all what had gone before: One that be established, and those In that con steam coal can be delivered at our llcan. partv, another way Is toward the "But llcan further said that in my opin feronce should have met mob violence furnace doors at a lower cost than Democratic party, and the third Ion the disorders were symptomatic; with that stern determination that almost anywhere else on this earth. is toward what wa3 once known that they reflected the feeling of re would have convinced all that law What Are You Going; We are In close proximity to tho as the Populist party. It depends on sontment of many growers thnt they breakers could find no encouragement . Southland, where there which way a man progresses whether had suffered long and tha' at the State Capitol, and especially To Do This Year awaits us a ready market for every- I believe in him as a progressive uo the lav had not afforded them an none from a member of the Court of thing that we manufacture. We have publican or not remedy: that Uie surest way to pro Anneals of the State. But, Instead tho natural resources, and we havo vent similar outbreaks was to remov O'Roar throw a bombshell tnto by way of making your business sue reminds mo of an Inscription Pale-Face- d the men to develop them. A braver I That read on a tombstone: "Tnk? the cause of them: that the growers Judcecamn of Law ana uraer mat once the and your domestic life full of and moro patriotic citizenship, on the up thy cross and follow mo." A wa could not be convinced that they were kindled more fire In the breasts of the ccssful whole. Is not to be found In any State, wrote beneath: not being outrageously oppressed by night riders nnd mob sympathizers You ladies, who have pale faces, sallow complexions, pleasure, if you arc not supplied with and why should not Kentucky forgo "To follow you I'm not Intent threats of punishment: that you could than all the speeches and all the m! dark circles under eyes, drawn features and tired, worh-o- ut to the front as ono of the leading not push n idea through an Anglo Mortals that had eono before, wnyv telephone service of the Cumberland Till I find out which way you went.' expressions, you need a tonic. States of tho Union In farming. In Saxon's bend i'h a bayonet The so called nrocrcsslve or InsurBecause at that time he was a mem manufactures, in mining, in education cent Republicans of the House and What dees Judge O'Rear mean by her of the Court of Appeals of the Telephone & Telegraph Compan)? The tonic you need is Cardui, the. woman's tonic. In all the varied interests of a Senate have been very kind to Presl say 'hat the State, the court of last resort.. If I and that? Docs lift mean 'o It is the best tonic for women, because its ingredients great people Inhabiting a great land" dent Taft In the past fifteen montlm Governor ought not to have called am not mistaken, ho was Chief Jus Everyone should have a telephone are specifically adapted for women's needs. They act on For years we have been shlppjng and he ought to feel very kindly to out soldiers to prevent murder arsot tlco of that court, tho mnn of all men You arc connected with all outside the womanly organs and help to give needed strength and our raw materia olsewhjore. It has ward them. They have succeeded in and intimidation? He says who should have counseled obedience important points in lecal connections womanly frame. vitality to the worn-o- ut been worked tip and shlpred back to giving him a Democratic House by "The farmers were being depressed to the law. with all resiliences and business hous majority, nnd counting La by threats. The disorders were symp lis, we paying the freight both ways had a right Cardui is a vegetable medicine. It contains no minThe and losing the potential profit. Why Follette. Bourne. Clapp. Polndextor, tomatic." think that If the Chief Justice of the es. For any information call man erals, no iron, no potassium, no lime, no glycerin, no dando we not manufacture tat home? Cummins and Bristow with the Dem ls Which no cne denies, but we dlffet Court of should fed that way drugs of any kind. gerous, or habit-formiThere must be a reason. What is It? ocrats (as they won't votn with the as to tho remedy. Does he mean by about their acts, they had not to rear ager,' It is perfectly harmless and safe, for young and old to use. There Is romething radically wrong. ' Republicans), they have also given that that the right way to settle the anv trouble from tho inferior, courts or theso conditions would not exist. Mr. Taft a Democratic Senate 1 am troubles wan through the mob, tho or from officers clothed with less Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Co. I am Republican I will tell you what Is wrong. Our not a torch and tho whipping post? Why power. That very speech gave Judge Iucorporattd. taxing system Is wrong, and we do not one of those who believe In the plat- did he not say: "Gentlemen, your O'Renr tho svmr.athy of every nigni enforce our laws or preserve public form adopted at Chicago in 190S. nnd troubles are real and your grievance rider In Kentucky. It was carried by that platform I propose to stand great, but your remedy Is In the law from neighborhood to neighborhood order. We shou'd begin our program of and contend for the faith expressed In apd you must not take It Into your from county to county, wherever own hands. He says It until the party shall speak again chanse by altering our apportionment these sons of darknoss had an organl "The growers could not bo convinced laws, so as to give every citizen of with the same authority. Progressive J43 "It was told In Gath and U party Is the most that they were not being outrngooualy zatlon. the State equal representation. I do Why. the Republican was published In the streets of As oppressed by threats of punishment. aunor- - progressive party that has had an ex not hesitate to sav that our knlnn ." until overv nlsht rider In the Who was threatening the honest to Stato becan to sine the praises of tionment laws are a disgrace to civil lstence under tnis govsxnpiem in uie "After my doctor had done all he said he could for me," The only threats that Judce O'Rear. bacco growers izatlon, a crime in the garb of law. last hundred years. jIUL.broke th same time At anybody heard of were achtnet the however, his speech the writes Mrs. Vm. Milliard, of Mountainburg, Ark., "I took Carand should make every honest mnn BhaekleBfrbtu four mfUtfiblslavrs an drove from him HIDESandRURJ party hang his- head In made them" freempn.tejgf might the Night Riders and by the Night Riders a greater number of Of whatever dui, on the advice of a friend, and it helped me so much. Nobody made any threats against tn shame when he thinks of the great greatest war of mcdernftlrafftand pre ho "Before taking Cardui, I had suffered from female Btig Dealers. 11 growers except the mon. so thnt he lost moro than honest tobacco injustice that has been done to the served the Union of SwjtejSt:k,' troubles for five years, but since taking it, 1 am in good health. weeaado night riders. I protest against Judge caliied.' people by Pemocrallc legislators, who the greatest nation In And there Is another thing thnt specie pnypient? r.nd IhiUtr far tau thin titoii a commission merchants. "I think there is some of the best advice in your book O'Rear or any one els placing tu should bo taken Into consideration. cared not for the public good, but did man It .j.-:i- u ' . oatm iaiuhmui. nr. fnr.;.. the n.l neurracc: any l l. - I the bidding of those enemies of tho msde every dollar in the land as good night rider and same heppst cr tobacco Nlgbt riders, as a rule, are confined that I ever saw." Your druggist Sells Cardui. Try levpl In the upou th It wool Bags r rez ta oar smpyjs. nrucijHimi. Stato who bad before thbm and in as every other dollar the set the seal growerclass, and again ask v ho throat to Democratic localities, and they op Write to: Ladies Advisory Ccpt.. Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooca, Tenn., Democratic same them nothing but their lust for con- of condemnation IsiiUe, ooosc, have but little to do In Republican M. SASEL & SONS uorse ucaimcntior women, scntiree. for spcaaunsuvcuons, anaw-pac- c eped the honest tobacco growers? tinued power as a necessary condi- nightmare of rag money. It Tought 'convontlons and Republican elections. Judge O'Rear said: free silver to the death and there are of their political extstonce. tion ononse. out tnu I do not mean '"now nope to mourn Us departure. "You can not push an Idea through rocords show to give Mob Rule and Night Riders. that night riding flours In the I am rooted and grounded head with a bayo an There should be a change In our only In Democratic strongholds, Roark's furniture polish is some ishes we must have protection for laws relative to mobs. Better protec- faith that Industry and American labor net.' with but otife single exception. That what better than the rest, and is sold mcrlcan Who were these "Aiiglo-Saxcntion should bo given to persons ac in ncCoptlor. Is Christian County, but I order to have and maintain pros- - that you speak cf that the so'dis and vith tlu on Chriscused of crime, whether such persons, IP-woro sent out to supprtss? Were they do not .mean any reflection She h'a3 considerably cheaper, ' are in Jail or in the hands of arrestingtian County, God bless her. lt Proncr that 3hould mQk not nisht riders? Judge O'Rear kn broadesf guarantee' money back if comofficers. It Is a practice all too mon iu Kentucky for men to band j (Co&cludod on 1th vze) not better than any you ever used FRANKS 1 'p MEDICINE THAT BROUGHT US HEALTH THIS PEERLESS TONIC and STRENGTH GIVER STOMACH, LIVER AND KIDNEYS Ji - 1 IT IS THE BEST FAMILY MEDICINE ON EARTH - ... I Hnm TRY IT. 50c 51.00 PER BOTTLE AH Druggists. GIF FOR MMMHMHMBMi DR. record-breakin- P DENTIST. J. CULTURED HOMES j DR. Jluln-croas J. - j HOWARD GRAY, I I sr-ti- re LAWYERS. 1 1 S$FJJ$x. Pr1T,ffw"T,r,, 'r, 'WtecfS;: - I tii fttenon Route ; j California i j j I n Anglo-Saxon'- r, fire-clay- J, L ROAR K ESTATE Women opprc-ss'on- sixty-seve- Ap-ea- ng d I WOOL, flit, J. ,ffir 1- WE BUY The Woman's Tonic - i it Anglo-Saxon'- s ; """ft" 1 1 I HE An Ovrss Kirs, Pnwlilcnt. Long-Oistanc- RECORD OlUEN L. ItOAIlK, I Independent Newspaper. runupiicD TiiunTH iit Farm FIREPROOF Combined With and RECORD PRESS, Secretary. Garden SMOKEHOUSE. Latter May SATURDAY BARGAINS ATT Hanna's Green Seal Tnr inEi MALI Er I a k Has stood the test of time and has been improved in quality with the passing years. Many brands of paint are offered for sale and quite often careful scrutiny is not given the subject with reference to the quality of the paint to be used. I ORiiiy L. c KOiVKK. Editor. No. 72. BRIZENDINE'S Large white eating' Irish potatoes nr ta - W EittR da ttt ad riim J- 11717 Telephone, OMrr jii new annex rear of store, ground lloor. PER YEAR, fx ADVANCE. "IoWts" TERMS. , Tho subSarlplton prior of Hie paper In payable in advance, autl when the lime has expired to whlsli It In paid, the paper wtllbc stopped. Card of thank, obituary notlcon, etc., If not longer than te.H lines, will bepubllshod free. Ag charge of c. per line will bo made for sueeecd-luItuos. No variation of this rule to anyone. Free sample copies will be mailed. Ad vorUeanteiitH will be Inserted. A rate card will be furnished on request. AddroM all communications and make all KKCOUl) IMtKSS. payable to Oreeiivllle. Ky. THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1911. Entered at the Oreonvllle, Ky., postofllce as seeond-elafmatter. s At the present time the world has larger male population, which may account for the suffragisf uprisings. a slightly Hay sold for $27 per ton in Chicago last Monday, the highest price known in fnany years. This docs not look like automobiles have as yet displaced the horse. Candy as a Decoration. n Wine, said a sarcastic Frenchman, may be made from many things-evefrom grapes. Our confectioners arc just waking up to the idea that even sugar can be used in making candy, and with sugar at five cents a pound, or thereabouts, or candy at anywhere from twenty cents to a dollar a pound, it docs not seem as though the use of sugar as a material for candy were commercially impracticable. The census indicates that the manufactures are getting nearly $90, 000,000 a year for the candy they make and we presume, therefore, that the consumers pay more than $200,000,000 a year to satisfy the demands of the national sweet tooth. The subject is of very general interest, and if the candy of which there is so much "in our midst" be com posed in great part of deleterious substances the interest 'm the topic must become acute. 5 . i m. luiuimuum y uut dl a White clay known commercially as terra alba, sweetened with saccharine or glucose, colored to please the eye, polished with powdered soapstone and finished off with shellac, it is because the candy was made for purposes of decoration. The fancy patterns keep their shape better when made of clay than when sugar is used, and talc, which takes the shine off a womans face, puts it on candies, and shellac gives the top layer of bonbons a lustre, that can be got in no other way. But as the public is getting into the habit of eating the candy, it becomes neccessary for the manu factures to change the materials and produce an edible rather than a merely decorative confectionery. Therefore many confectioners do not use white clay; more care is taken than there was once in the selection of pigments for coloring candies; shellac is being omlt.ed, and candy is being sent out with what the laundries would call a "domestic finish" instead of a high polish, and a few days ago the officers of the associated confectioners sent out a circular letter that pow-- . dered soapstone be discontinued in giving the candies a fine, hard finish, closely resembling marble. Kentucky Fair Dates. The following aro the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1011 us far ns reported, oniuertfuf fairs are requested to report to us uuy ointnlesions or corrections of dates. Vorsattlos, August 2 2.days. Luxliifton. August 70 days. Unlontown, August 8 6 days. Vuucebtirg, Augtmt 0 - I duys. Lawrencehnrg, August 151 dajn. lAiitohtjjjld, August IS I days. llnrksvljle, August 151 days. Urodhead, August 103 days. ' Kern Oreuk, August IC 1 daye. Shephcrdsville, Aug. 2S- -rl days. London. AiigMut 23 I days. Gortnuntowu, August 313 days. Xieholusrllle. August S3 3 days. Soincict, August 29-- days. liardstown, August 30 I duys. . September 16 days. i Mentlcello, September 5 t days. Alexandria, September 55 days. Mount Olivet, fieptcmbor 5 4 days. Hodgenvltlo. September & 3 days. Saudera, September 61 days. Kentucky Slate Vnle, Louisville. SeptcmWr It Odny. llorso'Cuve, September 20 -- 1 days. laytiottl September 7 1 days. Storeroom, but ths De Omitted. EXPERIENCE IS A GOOD TEACHER. TEST THE QUALITY. The Country Gentleman, from wlilcli these cuts and this article arc re pro It is a good idea to learn the composition of the paint you intend to use. There Ouccil, Rlvoa the following direction is & difference. for the erection of n fireproof smoke house and storeroom combined wlileln has given satisfaction: The building Is divided into two sections. That facing t lie dwelling and situated at the right end In the diagram given herewith, being Incased in sfone This is an evidence of good faith and attests the confidence the makers have walls and closed with dark .shutters in their product. We arc overstocked on old potatoes a'nd'give our cusdesired, answers a useful, purwhen rOIt SALE BY pose for keeping fruit, fresh meat nnd tomers this low price for one day onlyv They are large provisions generally. in size, sound and clear of sprouts. KY. GREENVILLE, The left hand half of the building h The occupied with the smokehouse. diagram shows the position of the dif ferent parts. The asli pit, surrounded by stono walls and a layer of stone beneath, laid in water lime mortar nnd securely coated with the same, keeps RESULTS WITHOUT STONE. the ashes dry, nud no water can enter. Pupils olf The ash pit is entered by an Iron door. Good Roads Being Duilt by using Drags and Concrete Culverts. Is a brick arch containing sevOver It ANNIE HAY eral holes the size of n half brick, There isn't a perch of .surface atonecounty, Mo., but its tnthrough which the smoke passes into n Scotland in the smoke apartment above, which Is aabltnnts do not despair of get tint; jood roads. Not only have the county : RMVO RECITAL oinmlssloners voted for n poll tax nt ft tills year, but many farmers havo Y. fll. C. A BUILDING roluntccred to drug the road. In the county are 1,'JOO miles of dirt 3 P. M. WAY 29, IDIl roads. Concrete culverts are replnc-n- g plnnk bridges which havo the been in use since the county first wus IUg crops have been niiycd N: n the county this year, and many PART l . farmers have paid their poll las In k WE'LL BE RIGHT DOWN nsh rather than work on the roads. Duett-Dan- se Wm. Mason Rustique.... which has N'cnrly all of the nioni-B'ohannon and Mnry Martin your way tomorrow. Don't you Miss Virginia Seen received from this source Li PlllEPUOOF BMOKEHOU8H. ' spent by the county cnmmliwJonurs Zanoni . Serenade think it would be a good idea 4 entered by the outside door oti the left building modern concrete culvert:. Miss Elsie Christian end of the building by the assistance n for you to order us to leave you a in tho ' Bohm This smoke room Is More than half of the raids of .n'stepladdcr. Dance on the Grcp... .......-.- . piece of ice too while we are have been G by 10 feet In the clear. The ventl jounty He flat. The roads and arc In Jennie Brizendinc good drainage serving your neighbor?' They at the end and the ven aullt with latlng window ' is good compared with ....Kuhlau Sonatina op. 20,"No. 3 Minting chimney at the top are both iondltlon that take ice' from us right along beweregrad-mI- . they Mary Ferguson opened when the hams arc smoking svhat they were before cause we serve them promptly, It has been estimated by Dancing Wavelets and closely shut when the operation Is of Memphis, the county seat, treat them generously and completed. The top of the arch forms Chauncy Guy Morgan ;hat the now effort for good roods has charge them moderately. We'll the lloor of the smoke room Merkel Schmctterfing to the value of every firm A 'largo number of hams may be idded ?5 do the same by you. Improved ronds. Miss Mary Martin placed in this room by the follow ivhlctr adjoins tho Mattci Song Nearest Thou? u ing arrangement: IMeces of hardwood House and Land for Kent. Miss Ruth Bohannon plank eight inches wide nnd long enough to reach across tho room rest Greenville Light & Water Co. Gregh Reapers' Return.. on n ledge or projection from the walls Lilly Dove Martin (INCOnrOKATED) on each side. These pieces of plank Tschaikowski Jun- e- Barcarolle.. havo hooks driven In on both edges Miss Virginia Bohannon far enough apart to receive tho hams, Office Hours: 7.30 to 8 a, in. so that n row may be huug on each Donizetti from Lucia Di Lnmmermoor .. . 11 to 12 a.m. side. When full each Is pushed along Chauncy Morgan and Mary Ferguson Vl to 1.30 p. m. filled, and so to one side nnd another ...Dvorak Humcrcsque. op. 101 Phone No. 251. 4' to 5 p. m. on till all arc in their places. The ven Dennic VDanseModcrne The Captain Roark property, 7 tilators above are then opened, and Miss Nola Green smoke 13 started on the heap of ashes room house, stable, line water, sever below. For this purpose cobs are used al acres of land, ready for cultivation ;v-- vf PART II; 7' or unseasoned maple or body hickory. '' Tho smoking should be slow. By the located just outside of town, on two :R ;. . Mias Onrvn Mnrgnn. ...in reasonably. . gtrpptnt. .... A . . 'Ir.fantasievlmprompiu -- v . . -- .v f Chopin nuc location, uesiraoie nome. Ap "SongVrr-frojMacDowell Sea Pieces. . j .ply to Orien L. Roark, Greenville, I "If I were a Bird" , .Hcnsclt I8c. Peck The printed formula appears on every package of Hanna's Green Seal Paint. G. M. DEXTER 6t CO. M55 be-n- g mer-ihan- ts Ductt-Scxtctt- 1 - 1 - KA-rf- . . .... .jzliJ. ik:M!. . V " . .... , -- - - Ky. tecL DIAQBJLM OF BHOKEIIOCBE. Snarls inr? Nriuja j The Land of the Sky Blue, Water I The Moon Drops Low Indian Soup founded on Oinali.-- Tribal Melodies qolleetetl i MUHLENBERG COUNTY Familwre, Msliiugs, Wall Paper We carry on our floors and in our ware rooms the largest variety of Furniturs In Muhlenberg. If we do not have what you want, we will get it for you. We have factory con nections 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-stock- s aie always complete. Wallpaper is now a staple article of mer chandise, being used all the year 'round And we always have full selections, prices 5 cents and up per roll. yiUt Fletcher, harmonized by Cadman Miss Mamie Hay Uy SAVINGS BANK Liszt Spinning Song, from The Flying Dutchman.... Song A May Morning . Miss Mamie Hay "Valse" op. 34 .Wagner ,Denza Moskowski Greenville, Ky, time the smoke has passed up through the openings in the arch It has become cold and cannot heat the hams. Ten or twelve days will usually be enough for tho completion of tho operation, when tho ventilators nt tho end nnd In tho chimney above are' closely shut Tho hams, being now kept perfectly dark nnd thoroughly excluded from tho air outside, will keep In good condition. Flies will do no Injury through the summer with n small flro started once n month and with the upper ventilator partly open nt the time. This obviates the common nnd troublesome task of Incasing the hams In muslin, whitewashing them or packing them In oats or ashes. It is obvious that the apartment used as u storeroom may bo omitted and the smokehouse built alone. Double brick, hollow walls might be even better than stone. Tho rafters should bo ten Inches wide, strongly lathed, plastered nud filled with sawdust to keep the room cool. ... . Appreciating' your past patronage we solicit all or part of your future Banking' business. THOS. E. SUMNER, Cashier. Bftqiafin? - - Hunralimn W. D. BLACKWELL k BRO. HIE fIRSI NATIONAL BANK GREENVILLE, KENTUCKY DIRECTORS W, A. Wickliffe, W. G. Duncan, C. E Martin, R. T. Martin, E J. Purycar, G M. Martin, Jno. T. Reynolds, Jr. C2T0ur Engraving Machine is the only one in this part of Kentucky, .and we are exclusively prepared to supply indmidu&l Name Hates, which we furnish on all outfits without extra cost. General Insurance 3 We represent Undertaking and Embalming. Coffins In White Enamel and Stained Varnish finish; Caskets in White Enamel, Natural Woods, White, Colored and Black Cloth Covered; and Copper lined airtight Caskets; all lengths, and regular, extra and double extra widths. Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes constant ly in stock, for immediate delivery. Burial Robes, Wrappers, Suits. Dresses. Slippers, etc., in large variety. Our two licensed Embalmers respond at once to calls for such services. Our general equipment is complete and of highest grade. We have a Funeral Car in service, sub ject to call anywhere. CSTTwo Private Tele phones, Store '72; Residence 108. Residence 150 yards from store. Prompt service any hour day or night. Long-Distan- (tiit writes ill road improvement will prove a Good Saturday investment. Evening Post Farmers nro entitled to use about n third of the country's credit. Whatever amount of credit they use for intelligent the Home Insur ance kinds of (arm oi The standing and responsibility of the men who constitute our Board of Directors are a guarantee of careful, judicious management. (0. ol I Y. city property. , Shropshirea Good For Mutton. More Khropshires are fed and mark-eteIn England than any other two breeds. In this country there are over 4.0CO breeders on the membership roll and more Minn 328,000 nnlmals recorded. Tho reason the breed is popular is because these sheep give better returns for money Invested than any other of the mutton breeds. Enrly Variety of Corn. Indian Squaw corn Is greatly relished by stock in sorno localities. It Is nn early variety and may be planted for forage. It Is Bald to mature In eighty-fiv- e days under favorablo conditions. It makes a fair ear when allowed to u FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY :- Tne J. L. ROARK ESTATE. ORIEN -: BONDS I. ROARK. MinaUr. GIVE US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE. Bulbs of all Kinds in Stock. Miss Lena Arnold has in stock all kinds of bulbs, and uow is the time to begin the cultivation. Following Home rendered lard i24c. per arc ready for delivery, and orders pound. taken'' for others, and prompt deJ. E, Coomis& Co. livery guaranteed: Chinese Sacred Best work, prompt service; give Lillies, 10c each, 3 for 25; Paper 33yMcCracken has the largest your laundry to. Joe Morgan, who White Narcissus, Grandillora, 2 for I) .1 I.I I...I.A as. u a 11 jutiuiua, 3 1., jut uu;, stock of'dials for timepieces ever will appreciate your patronage. Single White, 5c each, 50c dozj in the county, and can fit carried Rdark has the handsoniest and Bedding Hyacinths, Dutch, 5c eagh, anything from the court house clock most durable porch shade made. 60c dozj Forcing Dutch Hyacinths, to a toy watch. in the woodwebline. See them and roc each, $1.00 doz; Tulips, mixed, use them. Give us your job work. jtf 20c doz.- - mature. BLACKWELL BRO S GREENVILLE, KY, ran: 033 M's. Never need repair Stormproof ;MV'-V!I last at long as the building. Rools nut on over twenty veari aco are ai eood at new today. For further detailed information apply to Inexpensive G. M. DEXTER & (0. Greenville, Ky. 111 11 - WALLPAPER Soecidl Prices, at Subscribe for The Record Only 56c, Makis Home Baking Easy Decoration Exercises. Death of Miss Mary C. Truman. Hon. Ollie James Speaks Monday. Sentence Sermons. mi POWDER Absolutely Pure I. made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar ALUM.NQ LIME PHOSPHATE M (. R. R. LOCAL The only baking powder TIME CARD. NOllTII BOVNlt. NO. VX 101 136 1K Cincinnati Louisville Kxjin'xs Louisville Limited... Central City nooomiiuxlMtloti Kxire.. norm 1135 am I..M . . 7.15 I.USnni pm pin nou'Mi. .Vlftnin ICTPniluenh mul Cairo neeoin 12. 10 nut 121 Ktillnn nccoimmxlation ... :l.lOpin 101 New Orleans huri'lal 103 N". O. wv. (Louisville pansr. only) IJHimi W.G. CnAwronn, Act. June 5, 1011. Memorial Day was appropriately and effectively observed here Tues day, in exercises at the court house at t o'clock, and the attendance of visitors was larger than for many j cars. The old soldiers numbered about a score, death having made inroads in the ranks since last Day. lisq. H. C. MtCrack en presided over the meeting, and after a short talk introduced Rev. who delivcrd a patri CI. otic and touching sermon that was listened to with great iutcrest and received much favorable comment. Addresses were made by Judge T. J. Sparks and Prof. C. C. llayden, and both gentlemen held the closest at tention of the audience. The music, under the direction of Mr. Win. II. Reynolds, and with the assistance of a large choir of young folks, was one of the pleasing parts of the exercises. At the conclusion of the exercises at the court house the old soldiers, accompanied by an honor ary escort of Hoy Scouts, marched to the cemetery, where flags were planted at the hesad of each grave marking the resting place of civil war veterans and Spanish-Americaoldicrs, and flowers were strewn over the mounds. The whole exercises were extremely impressive as it was realised that the last call would be made before flic old soldiers would be permitted to meet again in such a service of loving remem brance. il n Congressman James, who is aspir Miss Mary K. Truman, after an Ilncss of several weeks from typhoid ing to a scat in the U. b. benate, fever, followed by pneumonia and spoke to an audience that 'comfortother complications, died at her ably filled the court house last Monhome east of town at 7.30 o'clock day afternoon. His address was a last Friday evening. She was a telling one, and shows that Mr. most estimable woman, and had James has gained much in his seven many friends among her neighbors years service in Congress. lie atand acquaintances, who loved her tacked the record of his. opponent, on account of her many fine points Hon. Thos. II. Payntcr, the present of character. The body was car incumbent, and declared him' to be ried to her old home in Shelby unfit to longer misrepresent Ken- county by her brother, Rev. C. S. tuckiaus. This section is overwhelm Truman, Sunday morning, and inter tngly for James, and Muhlenberg ment was m the family graveyard county is well up to the froiU in its , r ' near Chiistiansburg that afternoon. preiercncc 01t 111s camuuuey, ami nis Her brothers have the deepest sym party will endorse him hereabouts. pathy of all in this, their great loss. Death of Old Faithful "Glenn." Don't Kill (he Birds. What the poets say of love. lected by Dr. Crane: Se Coulil uc fnrlninr dispute ami practice love. We hIiuuM arttc :i aiiRfls do above. Kdnimul Waller. Fot love reflects the thing be loved. Tenn)Som Love, in its essence, is spiritual fire Swedcnborg. Love is the emblem of eternity; it confounds all notion of time; it effaces all memory of a beginning, all fear of an end- .- Madame deStael. There's beggary in the love that can be reckoned. Shakspcare. And when love speaks, the voice of all the gods makes heaven drowsy with the harmony. Shakspcare. woildlv idf. Divine Ih lore and And van lie bought There has never been known to be so many flies, bugs and small insects of the air as noticed this year. One of the best explanations is the destruction of birds, which are the best air scavengers, and it is always a condition that when birds arc few all sorts of pests of the air abound. Not only do birds remove from the air all kinds of aggravating insects, but they protect the trees, flowers and shrubbery, fruits and vegetables, paying for what little fruit and grain they get by destroying hundreds of bugs, each, every day. It is said that some birds destroy as many as two hundred insects, and untold hundreds of eggs. loss is "Glenn" is dead, and-thone that is fell by a large circle of friends and admirers here and all over the state, for Glenn was one of the pets of Harbour Head's livery stable, and a horse that was known and called for by all the traveling He men who made this territory. died about 4 o'clock 'lucsday morning, after suffering all night. If there is reward for animal faithfulness, Glenn is roaming in pleasant pastures and enjoying well earned rest, for he was a faithful friend of man. Hear varied lections on the se- lf. with nothing but vltli -- Sir Walter ItalelKli. If a man should ask mc to give a reason why I loved him, I find it could not otherwise be expressed than by making answer, Because it was ho, because it was I. There is, beyond all that I am able to say, an inexplicable and fated power, I know not what, that brought about this union. Montaigne. tiling. True lovu In but athinble, And liath Um food Hurvt'd up In em then wale ; It In a thing to walk with, hand in hand. Through the evoryilajiici of thin worUdaj Lowell. world. I love thee as the good Ijvc hsa- - cn. Longfellow. Leland. Vicma- tor talking Love, lead to prudent rapture, then to pain; Hut all, through loe. In time (h healed again. Let Mc fix your clock. If at first you miss him, swat again. School folks arc returning from all quarters. Needles for all sewing machines at The Freak Calf Still Alive. Roark's. Seems like wc have already our dog days. had Good morning! Are you properly attending your important duty of fighting the fly? J. E. Coombs hides. & Co. buy beef Highest cash price. .Mrs.. Willie Johnson Ragon, of Central' Pity, has been here'- for some, days on avisjt to friends. - ,pr. Jobri Martinrequests the public to leave Sunday calls for transfer service at the Allen House, and they will receive prompt attention. Mr. R. H. Lyon repoits that his freak calf is growing wonderfully, and that the absence of its left fore leg docs not appear to detract from Last week wc reportits activities. ed that the calf had been killed, but Uncle Dick's nerve failed him and he could not hire any one to do the job, so he is caring for the little fellow, and intends to raise it. Hundreds of people have seen the freak, and Mr. Lyon has had several very flat tering offers for his prize. He says he can get a good farm from one party, but the balancc-in-cas- h amount is not sufficient, and it is likely that he will keep the wonder and take the road, showing the American people the greatest novelty that has been known. Now is the time for all good men who have the necessary, qualities- ot . an advance agent to apply. - chines at Roark's. Burr Grist Mill. TJie world's best music, as well as all My new burr grist mill is in oper ation; call on your merchants for the popular selections, speeches, White Flint meal. Also ready to bands, orchestras, instrumental sofurnish the public with chicken feed los, quartettes. Victors range in price from $10 to $100. Victrolas and chopped corn. Large library of re$75 to 250. ' J. A. Shaver. 28 jl cords and all kinds of talking maElected Delegate to National Conven chine supplies. tion. The pleasure of love is in loving. We are happier in the sentimeut we La feel than in what we arouse. Rochefoucauld. Love understands love; it needs no talk. F. R. Havergal. Love, which is the essence of God, is not for levity, but for the total worth of man. 'Hmerson. ruddy drop of manly blood. The surjilug sen outweigh; The world uncertain comes ami goe. Kinertton. The lover rooted .stays. A Hills Don't Count for Much if they are properly graded and permanently surfaced as has been this one. Muhlenberg has much hilly road, and in its present condition these hills are a great drawback to the moving of crops, goods, etc., and interfere materially with business and pleasure traffic. How Much Fresh Air? Fresh air, and especially fresh air in the bedroom at night, has by dint At the annual meeting of the Kentucky Funeral Directors' As sociation, held in Louisville last week, Orien L. Roark, of this city, was elected the delegate of the As sociation to the National Funeral Directors' Association, which will meet in Atlantic City September 20, 21,23. Mr, Al Smith, of Louisville, was chosen alternate delegate. Farm Land Wanted. Powderly. Miss Victoria Clemons is spend ing a few weeks in Princeton. Powderly seems on the "bum." Many of the houses arc empty and work at the mines is very dull. Misses Bessie and Laura Longest who have been spending their vacation in Arkansas and Oklahoma, re turned Monday, well pleased with their trip. The LftdUa "?rui of the TJap"itb church gave a box supper at the new church Saturday evening. It was well attended and a nice little sum was also donated for the church. Try Miss Lena Arnold'shop for high, grade cloths pressing. People who have been in school are now on vacation, and people who have been at work in store, shop and office are wanting one, and wondering if it is to occur. Mr. Godfrey Duncan, who has ,been employed with the Jeffery Mfg. Co., Columbus, Ohio, in their elect-'iricmining machinerydepartment, lis spending a few weeks at home ihere. at Roark's. Large line of collapsible Prices rignf. 4 gocarls That was a fine county court crowd here last Monday, and merchants were kept busy supplying their var ied wants, shops of all kinds being kept onvthe jump for several hours during the middle of the day. section of farm land, 36 to 60 acres, located convenient to city: ready for cultivation; improved or Typewriter ribbons, all. machines, unimproved; will pay reasonable cash price. Address N. O. 21, care at Roark's The Recoup, Greenville, Ky. f 16 Today the brides' month begins, There have never been sold half You arc doubtless way behind, as many wire doors ana window but swat that much the oftencr. screens as have been placed this season. Farmers are now the Sec Miss Lena Arnold for bulbs heaviest buyers, and nearly every of all sorts. other house seen along the roads is screened. Mr. John Martin has moved to the L. C. Chatham residence, near Give us your job work. court square. The regular annual excursion to Mr. Lemont Pannell has'returnod Mammoth Cave will be made by from Lexington, where he has been the L. & N. on June ax, and anin State University, and will spend nouncement will be found elsewhere. his vacation here. The rate is low, and many of our readers should take advantage of See Coombs & Co. before you the opportunity.' o 27 sell your beef hides. Lost Tuesday morning, on Mill street or Main-gros- s between M. E. church and First National Bank, a brown sack coat, name on inside pocketj return to this office for reward. Something New! GQHf SoUJerlns you found a great pile lead all over the joint on the article itself, left jeweler? Did you ever have your spectacle or a piece of jewelry mended and on The music pupils of Miss Annie L. Hay gave a recital at the Y. M. C. A. auditorium Monday night, fc. aad every number reflected great credit on the teacher and pupil. The program was one of excellent Get one of our woodweb shades, variety, and will be found elsewhere one of the finest things made for i in this issue. porches. Roark. jHave Barklcy Bros, repair your Wra. Rock, of Earlington, this floe, and prevent a firelos's. week plowed up a fine specimen of On account of a lack of patronage, Indian peace pipe, almost in a per Miss Parrent did not give her enter feet state of preservation, and has tainment last Friday night at the had some very flattering offers on it. opera house. The weather was torWe are having another round of rid, and on account of the stress of school closing and other local affairs, smallpox in the county, and it is the public did not appear eager for going to take the strictest supervision of the board of health and the anything further just at the time. closest compliance on the part of tufus D. Saulesbury, a well known the people to prevent an 'epidemic cqlp&:d young man who was raised Ifyou want a. milk chocolate ,hcr,e, ried of consumption at his ithome injStanford on Tuesday of last strawberry milk or Bimbo Flip, wc , Taylor & Poole. .week,- - and the body was brought have it. iere, interment being made in Fair A negro man committed suicide Friday afternoon i mount cemetery in Louisville last Sunday night, and For many years he taught school jliere, and was very efficient in his according to the' police records, this is the first case of the kind in ten ,work. years. It is a fact that the colored jEggit for sale R. C. R. I. Reds race is little given to suicide, and two pens, jjeratt ana uompkins while many tnepnes have been ad strains, 75c and $x per setting. S. vanced by eminent men, no two agree ia the, matter; J. Landis, Greenville, Ky. If you want that dead watch or Louisville is muzzliug its dogs, clock put to work, let Mc have it as many persons have been attacked and he will put it to running. by vicious canines' during the heated spell, and no further risks are to be Mrs. L. C. Chatham, Mr. and taken. lNfrs. James Ingram and child, left The extremely hot weather has for prjijcetou Tuesday afternoon, put many persons to planning vaca and will make tfyeir hqnie at that ttons. It is thought that a tew ot place. They have many friends the many planners will really take here who wjsh them every joy and , an outing, y all happiness. The Methodist church trH&tees have contracted for a concrete pavement entirely around the property, and the work will be done at once. This will be a great improvement, and one that will be appreciated by the public generally. --' "- Gocarts and baby carriages at Roark's, at prices from $2 to 15. Sec the line. The state primaries have had the effect of putting political matters to the front early in the season, and reminding us of the old days, when elections were held in August, and the campaigning was done in the summer. This made it easy to have a hot canvass, but the changes in our county have made it possible to have the political pot boil several weeks' before the November elections, as now held. is some what better than the rest, and is sold examination of unsightly and perhaps there by the I USE 14 K. GOLD SOLDER on all spectacles and jewelry, and finish the joint so neatly that you can't locate the break. If your watch is sick I can restore it to health. LET ME SHOW YOU ELMER McCRACKEN Wntclnt(Hur ftnd Jqtjnlpr Iloark'.s Furniture Store The annual session of the Kentucky Press Association will meet this year at Cerulean Springs, beginning June iq, and continuing three days. The secretary reports that he has hopes of the largest attendance in the history of jthe association, and a fjnp program has been airanged for the qntertainrpent of the pencil pushers. Call on Leslie Hale, next to First National Bank, for candies, books, 1$ sundries, cigars, tobacco, etc. The torrid weather of the past ten days was broken by cooler brcejics and a shower yesterday. Hoth were appreciated, as wc have had many new records for high and continued temperature for May, and crops were needing the moisture. Cultivation has been continued generally, and with continued favorable seasons the outlook for the farmer and all of us is good. of incessant warning and preaching at last become the gole of all thinking people. EmAll mankind loves a lover. Hygiene is so powerful a goddess erson. today that even custom and fashion 'Tis what I love determines how must bow down to her, in theory if I love. not in practice. There is danger George Elliott. is the here, for when people begin to Wc arc all born for love. It principle of existence and its only credit themselves with viitues they do not possess, or mistake decent end. 1J. Disraeli. theories for proper practise, they Love is that Homer's golden chain, cease to advance in wisdom or health. which reacheth down from heaven to Some people take to the fresh air earth by which every creature is an. . . only as a timid 'bather takes to tnc nexed and depends. on his Creator. They have heard that it is t water. Ijuiiuu. r. ; good for them, and they' think that I nan not love as I have loiu.1, they think it is; but in reality they And yul know not why; It In the one preat woe of life detest it, and regard it as full of ey. To feel nil feelings die. threat and peril. of any In a furSummer niture, porch dozen people, as to what each resets, lawn garded as a ventilated bedroom, the goods, set- results would vary from a room too St. Benard tees, cots, cold for a dog to sleep in, down to one which Old Hickory chairs and air leaked in from an open crack in or corridrockers, etc. some adjacent bath-rooin R o a r k's or. complete Sometimes inquirers show by their questions that they really desire Stock. to do right, hygienically, if only they knew how to begin. For these Mrs, William Blades Dies in Louisville. there is a motto for their banner Maude James Blades, wife of Mr. "Be bold, be bold, and evermore be William Blades, chief deputy United bold!" States Marshal of Kentucky, died at What constitutes bad air in a bedher home in Louisville at 9 o'clock room? The answer to this is, any Monday morning, from an attack of air that has been rebreathed. the heart which lasted only a few To what extent should the window hours. Mrs. Blades was a native of be kept open in cold weather for one this county, a daughter of Dr. in ordinary health? The answer to James, and the body was buried in this is, to the same extent that it the family graveyard at Penrod should be kept open in all weather; yesterday morning, being largely and in all states of health wide! attended. The husband was unable Furthermore, w'hen, jt can possibly to attend the burial, as he has been be managed, window should be a sufferer for three weeks from spelled with an "S." Fortunate is aqthma and grip, and his wife had the sleeper who has one on at least been attending him constantly. two sides of his room. Let such a Both parties are well known here, person fear no drafts, for these are where they have a large number of the friends of mankind. Bad air relatives and friends, and the hus- and drafts do not live together. band the sympathy of all in- - his Neither d.Q colds and drafts, hard sudden sorrow. as many people find it to believe this. If you have a watch or clock out It is not wise to feel cold, neither of running order, jewelry to be re- is it necessary. It stands to reason paired, or sewing machines oqt of that with wide-opewindows in service, bring them to McCracken winter, warmer coverings will be and get firstqlass guaranteed work. needed. A properly vcntilatod bed- - room will be of the temperature of the outside air, or very nearly so, and summer blankets will not avail. It also stands to reason that if one covers the head for exposure in the daytime, one should do the same at night. A soft cap made from a Shetland veil lined with silk, and made to pull over the ears and down to the brows, will be foiind a most luxurious nightcap. A Fit of "The Blues." that There are certain individuals who seem to take pride in the fact ... . 1 n n j they are the slaves of their moods, especially of their dark ones. They , will tell you, with' ajesignatlon lhatf; touches, complacency, that thcy arc subject to "black fits," or thcr blues," or "days of melancholia," or whatever may be the pet phrase for' their deplorable lapses from the normal. Such people never seem to realize that these moods arc only another outward and visible sign of an inward disgrace, and that unhealthy minds are rarely found in healthy bodies. It is a hard saying, but " the blues" may generally be traced to one or both of two horrid qualities greed and la2iness. Nine times out of ten the person is suffering from too much from autotoxication food taken into the body and too little attention paid to elimination, or to proper exercise. The human mechanism can take care of only a certain amount of food. After that point has been past it seems to turn sullen in itscf-fo- it to ignore what it cannot helpj and although it is a wonderfully conducted chemical laboratory up to the limit of its. own needs, it is not at all amiable about working-overtimeThe sesult is that all superfluous products sent to it arc permitted to lie round and become poisonous. This poison is promptly taken up by the blood and carried to all parts of the body, including , the brain. The brain which needs a plentiful supply of clean blood to enable it to do its thinking, is naturally indignant at finding poor and impure blood supplied to it, and although not actually going on strike, it refuses to be either pleasant or reasonable. The Record 50c. per year. low-spirit- M p. "V ALL ABOARD FOR MAMMOTH CAVE $ 3 85c. ROUND TRIP FROM CITY 8.56 A.M. CENTRAL Ou Regular Train 21 ALL EXPENSES AT HOTEL ONLY $6.50. several routes in the Cave. This includes your board7 tind admission to the One evening for a promenade or dance. WRITE OR PHONE L. & N. TICKET . Roark's furniture polish considerably cheaper, and with the Do you drink coca-cola- ? Then broadest guarantee money back if try ours. It is pure andrefreshing, Taylor & Poole. nor better than any you ever used. a 20 g ! a A GRAND THREE-DAY- S im l OUTING . AGENT j A R r v7 il.iil Mil WMM'I MiMMll I MM'M Ulna M WH1 W 1 ' " ?. . . ... . - . : . .. ... 1 ROARK Furniture, WaJlpaper, Shades, Moldings. Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, com para lively tew nlgUt riders or nor own, but Rh hn suffered Rrlovouly Kt the hands of the lawless from other aud Democratic counties- - The mob that destroyed hor boHutlful city came from another county. Thoy travel from one county to another. There are not mauy of thorn, although Judge O'Rear thinks there are enough of down stairs at times on my hands thetn to nominate him for Governor. My doctor told mc I and knees. They can not v.o He Is mistaken. If all had an acute attack of inflammatory Into Republican conventions. the Republican night riders In Ken rheumatism. I was in the hospital tucky should attend ire convention In was scarcely able to Christian Count v where lie nponed for weeks, butleft it. I read about walk when I his campaign, there would not b enough t)f them to carry that county Dr. Miles' Nervine for Judge O'Rear. iceanpe there are eople In Chrisbought a bottle and began to get more law and order tian Comity than there are Repub- better from the start, and for the lican night riders In the entire State past six months I have had scarcely They are nearly nil of Kentucky. any pain and am able to walk as Democrats, and Judge O'Rear Is supJ.H. Sanders, posed to ho a Republican ; but. to read well as ever." Rockaway, N. J. P. O. box 5, his speech, one might have some Few medicines arc of any benefit doubt. Judge Yot HoplilnsvIIle Is where for rheumatism, but Mr. Sanders O'Rear wont to onen his enmnnlKn. tells plainly wh?t Dr. Miles' Re on his and boforo the Ink was drv as a candidate ho storative Nervine utu tor it. unc nnnminnnment tiltchwl his tent In Dawson Frrlng- s- ounce of salicylate of soda added to HENRY WATT13RSON Dawaon Springs, where the night rid- one bottle of Nervine makes an exers visited one of the lending hotels cellent remedy for rheumatism, Mm tlmo of his Frankfort Editor. which is now known to be a nerv speech and took therefrom one of thn guosts'of the hotel, dragged him to ous disease and therefore subject to blm ami the influence of a medicine that acts Uio river hank, whlpred nuuin i.im inavo the country, and o- - through the nerves, as docs WE CAN FURNISH VOU of the night riders 1a nn refill Dr. Miles' Nervine he Is forced to mnko hl homo in a distant Stato. The Judge, whllo nt Sufferers from rheumatism seldom Rnrlmim. was In dally communica fail to find relief in the use of tlon with his friends In that part of receivuu Dr. Miles' Nervine, with salicylate ihA Stnto. and doubtless many assurances of support from the of soda. AM) 1 1 K Democratic night riners. Sold under a guarantee that assures M ranned the ellmnx bv opening the return of tho'prlco of the first bottle lile nTimnlf"l nt Honklnsvllle. where. if It fails to benefit. At all Druggists. troubles a mob. during tho right-ride- r MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. ostlmated to eontnin from two hundred to three hnndrod men, all masked, visited the city under cover COURIER-JOURNA- L nf darkness, shooting up tho plate of the main pins fronts from one end street to the other, burning tobacco THO RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED. BOTH ONE YEAR FOR factories, shooting a railroad engineer engine, whipping people ana off his committing almost every crime and I .. -I lcnmvn to nlsht riderisni. U new cuicuuie r.m Imncine that if the Judge hnd inonun rouic Aiuiuuiitci We can also give liberal paused to listen during his speech he of Fares One Way and Round Trip. could still have noaru me emu ui um mttiituT i?lasa tho tramn or the nna combination rate with Daily night mob, and could have smcllcd T still M should think smnko that The Monon Route announces that or Sunday Courier-Journa- l. )nnco low nvor tho rich valleys of Com good old Christian County, from the it will henceforth sell tickets between Write Courier-Journa- l burning barns, over tho destruction Louisville and Chicago at $6 are now pending In the way, instead of $8 as formerly, and party, Louisville, Ky., for free of which suits United States Court at Owonsboro. i of edition you snv. tho neonlo are wondering why $12 round trip, good 30 days return sample copy iMc mnn should have lume to this ing, instead of $16. Patrons are of desire, but be sure to send nlftco at thin time to opn his canv admit that I am at a fcrcd exceptionally good service by your subscription order to this n.ilcn. I vt loss to know, unless It was that he the Monon, which on night trains paper NOT to the Courier- the miiit ha in close proximityendto Hop from LouJljvillc operates Compart mnbR that burned Princeton Journal. lflnavillo. or havo a reunion o the ment aud Drawing-rooPullmans, j nitric -- Mora nt Iho Srnfn wlierP hp as well as the usual straight sleeper. cotild be present. . . But. gentlemen, is that the way to- Th . p;ir!nrnnri n;n hrlng canilal to your State? 1 ne forolen Investor, when contemplating ing cars, and the very finest modern, and nomine amonc us. will ask tho ones new coaches. Inquiries cheerfully Mnn. "Whn Is vour Governor? wnai stand did ho take during your night answered by 1C. H. Bacon, D. 1'. A., WITH rider troubles? Which side was ho Louisville, .Ky. on?" Jud o O'Roar's friends are boastinc that he went Into my dls trlct to opon his campaign, and n pa ii n n in 'i mi ii 'i Hi per supporting him said. "O Hear nas II . oef.TtrrrjboJy PRICE boarded the lion in his den." There rvV ill If I J m Ltitna J' ictue.amlhowtt KAn Ar St lYl FflR '!' 'i .lty.th AXJUlityHrXmcomio.-were eight other districts In tho State Mil Trial Cottle Free OLDS T a use tix U, Mmple, pric V which had no candidates for oov AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. t J.f.JV If! ture. SamAND ornor. and In courtesy he might have t V coi y ftfe If you name 'l' j jvuwr $1 Ma jear. GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY cone to any one of these. Not satis 'Snniin(in I'iiIi. Co. OR MONET REFUNDED. fiod with invading my district, he has rIP'i n S Iknton, Mats. doslcns on mv county, as Is evident tho by the lottors ho is writing to I'hotofrrnpliy internes proclnct committeemen of that coun etmbcJr AMiiKMAN Bulbs of nil Kinds in Slock. riMT'K.IIAPIIVtet 'ie ' ty. Slneo Judge O Roar niaao nis an licautlful r.'li turn. nonncomnnt I have not so much as Miss Lena Arnold has in stock all te ly pri.-ontnt rrMIIII" r sent a letter to his district. Courtesy crltklHn, queVif'u v f 'e kinds of bulbs, and now is the time werel demands certain things of a candidate re :t ftu mention tn fnr tho hi eh office of Governor, and to begin the cultivation. Following American Photography no man understands that courtesy bet C Beacon SC. Ik!tun, MJI. are ready for delivery, aud orders ter than Judgo O'Rear, but ambition has dethroned courtesy, and the taken for others, and prompt detemptation was so great that he could " not resist It. Judge O'Rear, of course, Take your beef hides to J. li. livery guaranteed: Chinese Sacred has the right to conduct his campaign Coombs & Co. and get the cash. Lillics, ioc each, 3 for 25; Taper as ho boos fit, but when a man comes White Narcissus, Grandiflora, 2 for my district and throws down tho Into gauntlot, and all because my stand 5c, 30c doz; Roman Hyacinths, for law and order, for peace and Single White, 5c each, 50c doz; quiet and security and the rights of the citlzon. much as I opposed and Bedding Hyacinths, Dutch, 5c each, im opposed to a speaking campaign 60c doz; Forcing Dutch Hyacinths, It is a very serious matter to ask for tho nomination, I accept the gage for ons medicine and have the of battle, and to tho best of my ability loccaeh, $1.00 doz; Tulips, mixed, will defend my cause. Tho Repub wrong; one given you. For this 20c doz. my stand licans everywhere say that reason we urge you in buying for law and order was right, but some to be careful to get the genuine who ere supporting o'her candidates say that if I should be nominated the If you have not night riders would vote against mc. heard the Victor Of conrso they will vote against me. Republican talking machines, hut for every night-ride- r Liver Medicine that I lose I shall get two Democrats, call at Roaik's. If The reputation of thi3 old, reliaDemocrats, In his place. ble medicine, for constipation, inyou have heard them, call again and I have no fear of tho result on that digestion and liver trouble, is firmscore. Glvo me the nomination and I often; the'y never grow tiresome. ly established. It does not imitate will take caro of the night riders. other madictnes. It is better than Larcc library of records and all my stand when I went Gontlomon, others, or it would not be the faamong the night riders In 1908 and dekinds of talking machine supplies. vorite liver powder, with a larger nounced them to their faces at their sale than all others combined. 'county seats, with signs of their devil SOLD IN TOWN of try before my eyes and tho thr-atSec the very latest thing in carpet their vengeance "ringing in my ears sweepers at "Roark's. I pay, was right or It was my stand, wrong, and I want the Republican party to say which side It will take. 60 YEARS' Telephone No 5 and yourlaundr I frankly soy to you If cn account EXPERIENCE will be called for and delivered. for law and order, the Reof publican party thinks that I should not be noninuted because the night rJdors are against mo. then I protest against the nomination of a candidate by tho Republican party because the night riders are for that candidate I nKUL mnni Designs 'If tho time should over come whn the night-rideCopyrights fcc. control the Republican to tako Cardu?, for pur female Anyone scndlns ankcleh and description mny party of their fear or favor Influniilrklr lucerLniii our uiilnlmi freo whether an troubles, becauso wo are aire it hope wl;l lUTeution Is prubnbly patentable. Communica. ences its councils, which lions atrlctly confidential. HAN1B00X onHateuti v111 heip you. never be. I want to soy to you. and say Remember that lent free. Oldest nirrncy i for eecurmir putents. I'ntenta taken tlmxn-l- Mnint & Co. receleo It In all earnestness, as. much as I this great female remedy tptcUxl notice, without clinivo, littlio old party, net n'one on aclov that count of Us splendid past, but cu account of tho magnificent future that A hanJsonieiy iliiiitrstna vrpotly. Tirccst cirTerms. ?i a culation of an; toioniiuo lournal. lies before it; as much as I have enyear ; (our months, il Sou bycM ncsT3dealors. joyed fighting Its battles and glorying surMONN Hbw Yinfc lu its achievements, should it ever render to the night riders of Ken' has brought relief to tnousar.ds of t want to say" it with all the tueky. the time emphasis of my soul, other sick women, so why not to Ribbons for all typewriters, legal will come, and come fliilcklt, when' you ? For headache, backache. m those who have shouldersd the respon. document aud manuscript covers, ' sltjlllty will call for the roeks and manifolding and otfce'r papers, legal ness mountains to fall on them and lildo out- blanks, carbon papers in all colors, be: them from the fierce wrath of an raged people and fsrvently I shall and general office supplies at this ony ill say amen to their fato. office. iVI Wrpper, Sf Slippers, Gr&ve Vailts. Disinfection 8f ROARK ' 1 .. ' 1 X- "I was Crippled, Why could hardly walk and had to Crawl No! SlSL 8 f lt lW 8f L$L 1 Our N ame has been before the public for 30 years, most of the time right on the spot where we arc now located. 9L Reed The t'l i up Aim constantly has been to sell the best goods in our lines, at the most reasonable prices. Our services arc of IheNiighest grade, our wares the best, and our equipment compares with the best of the larger cities. We endeavor constantly to increase bur usefulness. Courier- - 14 i ? SL Journal? Our Claim On your patronage is bnscd on a service the duration of an ordinary life lime, and a square deal assured every one. The accumulated experience and knowledge of this third of a century arc at your command. $1 Tl 11 1 The el. L. ROARK FURNITURE fc Estate EALERS IREC TORS THE RECORi 1 ORIEN L. ROARK, Manager WEEKLY A tstabllshed I3Z9 Lon Distance Telephones: Store ?2; Home 103 II-- VT $1.15 The Greatest Rose Novell y of the Century Send for Description anil Price List xgA BLUE ROSE-- 3 (Violet Blue) )j 3$! The He- - Ross Hnilwl by the 3'ose Growers ns the Forerunner of the Corn- flower Blue Rose. Very vlftor-o'- is anti hardy. Free Blooming JUST RECEIVED Many Patterns of 1911 Wallpaper COME and SEE THEM Grccnliouuctt JOHN 13. RACKEBRANDT Priticutott, Ky. .1 j.vvvvvv;r.y vvvvvvvv . .................................. )t ' KILLthc cough CURE the LUNGS ROUGHS WHO DOB ireenvi I They F ylli ' i i Or. King's New Discovery iier liOs t i meet all trains, day and night, with Bus . 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