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The investment is . i oci our rates. -- i . . potter's clay,8 ?etc, and the most inviting field in Ken- jtucky lor investment of capital and pluck. is rich in coal, iron, timber, VOL. XIII. NO. 17. GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, JUNE S, 1911, " 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE PREVENTION OF CLEARING LOGGED OFF LANDS OUST ON ROAD Poraianenl Trcaimstii ' of Public Highways Wiiii far. PR1NGIPAL MATERIAL USED. If Work Is Proper Oone a Tarred Road After Deing Opened For Traffic a Short Whilo Takes an Appearanco ' Closely Resembling Asphalt Waterproof nnd Dustless. It Is Although the prqblpm of dust prevention on public highways is by no menus a new one, Its importance has been crcutly accentuated by the comparatively recent Introduction of the automobile, says the Sclentltlc American. The dust raising tendency of the latter Is due to the destructive Hhea ring nctlou of the tires of the driving wheels anil the intense suction and eddying producing effect of the car body In passing swiftly over surfaces which have been already loosened tip In the days of the by tiro action. horse drawn vehicle the iron shoes of the horse nud the tires had a tendency to consolidate rather than loosen up the surfaco of a well made macadam small road, and the comparatively nniount of dust which gathered could be sufllclently laid by one or two daily trips of the watering cart. The advent of the automobile, however, has complicated the problem greatly, and It has become necessary not merely to ilnd a more eUUlent means for laying the dust, hut to provide also a method of road construction' which will moro firmly bind the road material together nnd enable It to stand up under tho extremo conditions which the automobile has lmnpscd. The most valuable quality In any dust preventive Is Its ability to hold together the finely divided material which Is produced on or near the surface of the road. Tho value of any oil, asphalt, emulsion or what not lies at tho last analysis in Its "binding wwe" and this quality In any dust to the prevcativfl is proportionate amount of bituminous base which It . V.coutains. ' jTlWjtaprlHclpal material used In the nerwiuort t nfraent of roads with Lr Char Pit Method Recommended Highly by Washington Professor. That logged off lands can bo cleared of stumps, removing roots to a depth below tho reach of a plow, and at a cost of less than "0 cents a stump has been demonstrated by the experiments of Professor 11. V. Sparks of the state college at Pullman, Wash. Professor Sparks' successful experiments have been with the char pit method. Once nudcrstood this method Is the most s...iplc nud inexpensive Hint can be imagined. A little (Ire, a little clayey earth and a little watchfulness are the essentials in the process by the combination of which the most hopeless looking stumpy acreage can be prepared for the plow In the course of two weeks. The chnr pit method is simply an adaptation of the old and well known method of making charcoal by burning in closed pits. It depends for Its clllciency on concentration of heat. A ring of loose wood. bnrk. etc., is first Jald all the way round the stump nnd :is close to It s possible, and this la then covered to a depth of about six inches with earth, leaving a small opening In the direction from which the wind Is blowing. The wood Is then lighted at this point nnd left for nbont half an hour, until the fire Is well started, when this hole Is then covered up like the rest. As the firo burns back into the stump tho blanket of earth must be kbpt right up to tho stump so that the tire never ha3 an opportunity to break out. The top of the stump doesn't burn, but Is simply cut off cleanly nt a point about level with the top of the earthen blanket. When the top has been cut off by tho fire and rolls off the whole crown of the stump should be covered with earth and can then be left without much further attention until the roots have been burned out. This is sometimes done to a depth of fifteen feet or more. The length of time required to destroy tho stump depends on what kind of wood It is nnd whether green, dry or rotten. The most stubborn stumps will disappear In two weeks nt the most, while ninny arc done away with In three or four days. The record of Professor Sparks' experiment shows an average cost of between 40 and fiO cents a stump. In some of these he has used fuel oil nnd coal tar. Q'he experiments which have so far been successful have been with clay soil. This, baked, nnd hardened by the fire, conserves the highest degreo of boat Sandy or stony boH M"fr n and ow fjvt 2 A few drops of 1muou Juice In the in which rice Is boiled will help lo keep the kernels whole. Plenty of (vat or Is another requisite. Kentucky thtf Kentucky Fair Dates. The season in nt hnutl when the neighbors' hens conatltuto a perplexing problem with the one who takes pride In a well kept flowor or ves table garden. A few days ago a shipload of dressed sheep were sold on tho San Francisco market In prime condition. They were brought tinder refrigeration from Australia, a distance of 7,000 miles, and paid a duty of r cents a pound. While fish make their homes In water they must havo oxygen, which It Is always found In fresh water. Is a lack of this element that causes the death of fish in many a shallow pond and lake during the winter when tho water freezes to a depth nnd prevents Its purification by contact with the air. sen-so- n The followlnir nre the dates Hxert for holding ntt far n reported. Fair, for Oniei'rs of falit ar requested to report to uh any ntniulmloiiM or t4rreetlitilof tin ten. Vermillion, August S itlajn. I.e.xlnptou. August 7 Otlitys. Unlontown, August days. Vanccburff, August I.awreiiooburc, Augimt IS I day m. 5- I days. Leltuhltchl, Augibil 1llut khvlllti, AugUMt 15- - I day.. IlnHlliend. Annum 10 3Iujh. Kern Creek, Augtlflt 16 I days. Sheiiheriltivllle, Aug. S3 I day. Loudon, August 'it -- I dayx. tiuniiuiltowii, August Ct 31ujh. Is'iuliultifcvlllc AugUHt 39 3 days. Somei'M!, AiiKUHt 2D- - Stdayn. llardtitowu, AilKtlttt 'W I ilnyx. day. Par in. September Moutteelln, SeitcmlMr .' -- I Alexandria, September ft la tj. Mount Olivet. Neptemtier S I days. HodKenvllle. September 68 layn. SnttdorH, September 0 -- I days. Kentucky State Pair, Louisville. September Dfflpy! DISCOURAGED IF YOU ARE TOO SICK TO WORK AND YOUR WIFE IS WEAK AND AILING THERE'S HOPE AND HELP FOR YOU BOTH IN dn. Horse Cave, September Maytlehl, September '.7 20-- da. & 1 ilayH. ELECTRIC brand BITTERS They build up the they strengthen the weak; they invigorate tired and worn-opeople. They're unequalled for dyspepsia and indigestion, constipation and malaria, biliousness and jaundice. They're a blessing to women who suffer from backache, headache, fainting or dizzy spells and a boon to all sufferers from kidney troubles. TRY THEM. run-dow- n; ut The Bugle dam, located .100 miles north of Kl Paso, on the Hlo Grande, the building of which has already boon started, will create, it Is claimed, the largest storage reservoir in the world. The dam Is to bo 203 feet high and 1, 100 feet long on lop. It will flood, tin area of IS.000 acres to an average depth of sixty-twfeet arid will furnish water for the Irrigation oi 1S0.000 ncrcsK)f land. o J. F. POAG SONS Practical Watch Makers and Jewelers With Our Thirty Years perience in the Business. Ex- PRICE 50c AND Sl.00 PER BOTTLE SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY 'Ah Patent stump pullers operated by steam have been Invented, and many of them are now lelng used to clear the cut over plm lands of northern The derMichigan and Wisconsin. rick hoist principle Is employed In them, nnd it is said they will pull and pile from two to three acres of stumps in a day. Many thousands of ncrcs of this laud are rich and fertile. well suited to general fanning, fruit J growing, etc., ami tue new puuer is bound to be an improvement over the tedious nnd expensive methods of clearing land which have prevailed In tho past. Every Waltham Watch move, mcnt is guaranteed by the njpiinst nny defect in material or construction. This guarantee is without time limit, ....v. uviuj) tjwu mo woria ovcrv All DR. J. prices. Ollieu up dtalru, In the Jones Iluildlni;. Druggists. W. BARLOW, T I b T. at rc.iaonablc DGN Crown nud Itriitgc Work June Greenville. Ky. DR. 11 1 T. rj y m c i h n hiiU onicc Main-cros- s J. it f (ft. (ft (ft (ft (ft (ft KMXft a SLATON, titirscotii WADE 'v HA10N (0.1 $ b street near Muluutreet. KenisPnnuzworKrns: Treir tanus to aid IngjfcerlutaMbcorles bywhich he In the, growth of their tcelh they can oxpecta to perfect n similar metnoa cnt solid food aud that under this adapted to other soils than clay. treatment the Utile fellows thrive very well. Uiaunot There is a very strict social regulation among seals that a mother shall furnish sustenance only to her own young, and because of this every year thousands of bnby seals, loft motherless by tho sealskin traders, perish by starvation. This condition, which threatened extermination of the seals, has been remedied by the discovery of Dontswaln J. Thurbor of tho United States rovonuc cutter napping Bear, wiio hu found iw I Waltham Watches now in use Wo have a large assortment .of Waltham Watches in Gold; Gold 2,000,000 lb (ft- DEPOY, KENTUCKY We announce tOjOur trade and the pub lic that our stockjf goods in all departments are larger, and better selected than ever in our history, We carry a varied line of CAM HOWARD. H. GRAY. a HOWARD & GRAY, 1 LAWYERS. Office in Green Bnlldin, opposite LaMeade Hotel. Filled, Silver and Nickel Gass. If you have a sick watch that needs renairinp hrinir ' . m (ft ft (ft qrciock DRS. HELTSLEY & HELTSLEY it, to ins! osTtopATtiic pi 6ENERAL MERCHANDISE and;carMgnmQst of the wants of the Hats, Etc., wc offer large selections. In Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Farm Implements and such goods our. stocks are especially strong. In all departments prices will be found the lowest, and your visits will be highly appreciated. :- -: :- -: :- -: raacuss... (ft (ft (ft acirratc? time. Our' prices arc "as low as first class work can be done. Wt j Office at Heme, East Main'crcss Street. Telephone No. 7H. 9 sown. Ho who drops ssed into tho ground will havo an excellent, crop of painted buildings, clean ditches, good fsncss. good live stock, profits end good humor. He who feeds tho soil with poor seed will get and regret a splendid crop of weeds, broken gates, leaky roofs, poor machinery, scrub animals and back taxes. Ohio Depart-- $ mcnt of Agriculturo Bulletin. from good scd k also handle a'largc stock of Elgin, Waltham, and American made watohes, Clocks and Jewelry. ' The man who Is wise will nnt only take tho precaution of driving a learn which he thinks of purchasing for Dig Slock of Optical Goods work on tho farm, but will insist on tho privilege of working them a littlo Have your eyes tested free and beforo closing the deal, If tho owner of the team objects lo this arnmgo- - glasses fitted. (ft ( i$ Monon Route 15ETWEEN (ft (ft jprA Louisville 11 and EST LINE TO Chicago (ft (ft (ft Wtx wwv. ..rtW.V!''aaaa v j x y a T y A Good Word For Buckwheat. No crop will bring la heller returns la the northern Btntes for the time It are coal tr.r, refined coal lar nud water occupies the grouud than buckwheat. may be used effectively It Is put in after all other crops have gas tar. They cither by applying them to a road al- been planted nud are growing. It is In splto of the vigilance and warn ready finished or by lucoriwratlngthem the best grain to raise to subdue n ings of the postollicc Inspectors, It Is in the surfaco material of the road patch of troublesome weeds nud to estimated that about $30,000 a day Is Iu applying the starve out worms lu the soil. It also sent to New York city to sharnors during construction. tar to au old road the surface should comes handy to sow on vacant pieces who have been selling bluo sky to a be thoroughly dry, couiparativelj warm of ground which have been left be- lot of gullible folks in other words, nud free from dust. cause too late to be sown to some selling them stock in mining, oil or Moisture prevents tho tar from other crop. It Is also n valuable crop other wildcat Investment proper contact with the stone, nnd a to plow under to enrich the soil and tho strength of outlandish schemes on returns on cold surfaco stiffens the material and give humus. tho money Invested. The majority of prevents Its being absorbed. Before the victims are clerks, schoolteachers the application Is made ruts aud holWhere Apples Should Be Grown. and preachers. Anybody laying claim lows should be filled and the surface An orchard site should be on the to a fair amount of gray matter will brought up to a, smooth and even con- best land on the farm, land that may not bito on nny Investment scheme dition. The tar, heated to about 100 be cultivated, as only under the most which promises a larger Interest redegrees F., U spread upon the road thorough tillage of the soil may the through a hoso or by other suitable best apples be grown, such apples as turn than S or 10 per cent. Another means and is then thoroughly broomed the host trade In our cities demands. thing that Investors would do well to Is that bona fide investment in. Tho higher elevations are belter than remember concerns are not hawking their stock has been doue, to secure the valleys. After this In advertisements at from 10 to GO good results, the surfnee treated should cents on the dollar. bo closed to nil traffic for about twelve Hum of the Hive. hours so as to give tho tar an opporAs a result of experiments which tunity to thoroughly sink in the surBo sure that your bees have n good face. Next n coat of clean sand or prolific Italian queen, nud the tints havo been carried on for the past seven years by the federal department of stono chips should be applied to absorb will not bother them. any excess tar nnd dry up tho surfaco, the line acclimatizIf any of the section boxes arc trav- agriculture aloug Kgyptianofcotton as It were. Tho road should tbeu be el staiued n little polishing with Hue ing nnd breeding from imported seed of the variety known as rolled thoroughly to bring It Into con saud or emery paper will remove it. dition. There are many who advocate tho Mit Afifi two or three types havo been In applying the tar In new construe non-usof the queen excluding honey developed which give much promise, lion the road should be formed nud board, but some authorities strongly possessing as much Individuality of consolidated without the use of water. advise its use In connection with the plant, boll and fiber as newer varieties The voids should be filled with fine production of extracted houey. which havo been developed In tho atone chips free from dust, and enro Egyptian plant breeding experiments. A largo number of farmers scattered must be tnken not to roll the surface over the southeru slates are engaged The experimental work which has been too heavily or the tar will not adhere hoiie'&ptoductlou aloug carried on has been the result of a deproperly. Hot tar may be applied extensively In this with farming. 6mStJ Iheni ship sire to produce in this countrycotton, through all of the courses as they are high grade type of Kgyptian n rnr of honpi9elvsrjisi)n. laid and rolled, but occasionally tho nrir VjHeartsease was forlnejly not worth 72.G17.SU3 pounds of which were imtipper course only Is so treated. After ported during 11)09 at a cost of tarring, a top dressing of material .'Is 'jcousiueriug ns n noneyvniani, uecuuse and which Is used solely in the on and the surface Is thoroughly; ofr lis scarcity, but of lrtfe years it has manufacture of the finest goods, espelaid spreading mny be done become plcnller, and now It Is worth cially mercerized and part silk stuffs rolled. The tar either by hand. In which case an ex- mauy dollars. Same with dandelion. In which finish and luster are desired. The present Improved system of cess above what Is necessary will prob management requires that hives should Samples of the acclimatized Egyptian ably be used, or It may be spread on fiber grown last year in the southwest by on apparatus mounted on wheels, i not stand ,too uear each other. There have been pronounced by 'American tho tar being discharged under pres- - should bo at least six feet between spinners to lie in every respect equal anre at the road surface by specially them, and ten would be n preferable to tho Egyptian grown article of cordistance. deslgned'apmylug nozzles. responding The detail of If the work be properly, done, n A bee expert gives away this little experiments grades.given In bulletin those 200, are road after being open to raffle secret: If bees arc kept In a shed the tarred fpr a short whilo takes on an appear- - crossest of them enn be handled with Issued recently by the bureau of plant ance closely resembling asphalt, being , out fear of being stung. A bee shed Industry. Bmooth and firm, practically noiseless ought to be long enough to glvo nt and moro resilient than asphalt, it is , least two feet to each hive and suflargely waterproof, practically dust-- 1 fjclcntly wldo and high so that one can less, and the resistance to traction la iwork comfortably back of the row o Iiki than i.'iat of on ui:t eal : hives. It should open preferably to' nduia rf 3Ctts east, m a to get the mornii p air. A ROAD BECOME TltOM DOST. e 0 i j . ment pass them up, for tho tonni may be sound ns a dollar, but possess somo peculiarity or meanness of dispose tlon which would rondor them praoc llcally worthless as a work team, Neither ability to travel nor good looks cut much llguro when a follow Is dead anxious to rush his spring plowing and has to spend half his time trying to coax a balky horse to work. And It Is certainly exhaustlvo of a man's store of piety and patience. J. V. POAG - & SONS Main Street Greenville, Ky. (ft California and the Vast Northwest t (ft Two trains duily Undertaking Department What Are You Going To Do This Year French by way of making your business successful and your domestic life full of (ft pleasure, if you are not supplied with (ft Dinin? and Parlor Cars. (ft telephone service of the Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company? Palace Drawing Room Sleepers. (ft (ft- E. H. BACON, D. P. A., Everyone sroild have a telephone. N. W. Cor. 4th nnd Market Sts. Vou are connected with all outside LOUISVILLE, KY. important points in 1c cal connections with all residences and business housBulbs of all Kinds in Stock. es. For any information call manager, Miss Lena Arnold has in stock all Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Co. kinds of bulbs, and now is the time to begin the cultivation. Following Incorporated. are ready for delivery, and orders taken for others, and prompt delivery guaranteed: Chinese Sacred l.illies, ioc each, 3 for 25; Paper White Narcissus, Grandiflora, 2 for 5c, 30c doz; Roman Hyacinths, IS Single White, 5c each, 50c doz; .HIDES and EUR v a Uetlding Hyacinths, Dutch, 5c each, Being Dealers. 60c doz; Forcing Dutch Hyacinths, fx we eaa da toe each, $1.00 doz; Tulips, mixed, better for too (ban iluAs or commission mercbtnls. ' n.r i !.:n. nr. f....:.k ?o: doz. ncicicucc: tnj Dim in uwutiuc. nt iiub We have just added an Undertaking Department to our business, and will carry a comprehensive line of Coffins, Cas- Lick and West Baden Springs. q kets, Robes, Suits, Wrappers and Dresses. Also have a Hearse UXIOX.STATION, f 'in service, on call anywhere. Orders in this line given prompt LOUISVILLE. (ft and careful attention any hour day or night. DEAR HORN STATION, (ft Nirfhf Nn 17 nr Wn ? Tnfnnhnnn-- . Cinrn Un CniCAGO. 1 (ft (ft mt:"iiuio. oiuit', nu. i. niiu, nu. r ui nu. j. ft The BRIDGES & SHANNON CO. DEPOV, KENTUCKY Failed in Health Ward? mother died six years ago," writes Miss Ruth Jcrseyville, 111., "and left me to care for six children. had never been strong; and this, with the shock of her death, was too much for me. "I tailed in health. I was tired all the time and did not want to go anywhere, nor care for company. I had pains. the headache all the time and such bearing-dow- n "A very dear friend advised me to take Cardui, as it had done her so much good, so I commenced to use it and now I am in good health." i&ty rf 1 iWOOL -- WE BUY Wool Bags r r ee lo onr s&ipjrra. n rue tor pice fcuSfc u. M.SABEL&SONS Lontsrillc, Ky. NEW YORK Take J44 CLIPPER 18 THE CA. RDUI TKe REATEST SHOW Woman's Tonic THEATRICAL to tako Cardul, for your female troubles, because we are sure it vlll help you. Remember that this great female remedy 4 PAPER IU THE WORLD. $4.00 Per Year, ISSUED Single Copy, 10 CIS, WEEKLY Sample Copy Frek. FRANK QUEEN PUP. CO. (Hen. AUJKRTJ.HORIE. 7 has brought relief to thousands of olher sick vomen, so why not to you ? For headache, backache, periodical pains, female weakness, many havo said U Is "the best medicine to take." Try It 1 bAKlUUI Sold in This City I'l',,MHHSrn5!v W.ifaru aT,.NwY0M Women's pains are relieved or prevented and women's strength is quickly restored, by Cardui, the woman's tonic. Vou yourself know best if you need it, or not. If you do need it, do not delay, but commence to use it at once. Every day of delay, only lets you slide further down the hiil. Don't wait, then, but begin 'to take Cardui today, for its use, no matter how prolonged, cannot harm you and will surely do you good. Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept. Chattxtooca Medicine Co.. Chattanooca. Teaa., book, "Home Treatment for Women." sent free. for Special Instructions, and Bissell carpet sweeper will last longer than 40 corn brooms, costing from $12 to $15; the sweepers cost $3 to $5.75. See them at Roark's, and have other.advantages features than the money-savm- g A - .tW ' I : Subscribe for Ihe Record Only $0c . . ,..l-'k- u ..... lifcffih Why Keep Up a Losing Baltic? An Independent Newspaper. RECORD PRESS, Ow.n Rich. - Proalileut. Tv. Okies L. Koaiik, Secretary. Orikn c Roakk, Editor. Telephone, No. 72. of store, grotim! lloor. IH ADVANCE. lona-Blstanc- O0n in now nnri war 50 "(CRTS PER YEAR. T8RMS. baptiMtehiMl free. A lougr thin i tti tinea, willbo pr Hue will inntle for Hueceed-In- s ekarfh-- ' of line. No variation of this rule to iwyot"5. irloe of the pnit?r (8 pnya-bitu nrfrauc, mid when the Mine him expired to which it In pM, ttie paper will be Htopped. Card of tttnukn. obituary noUees, eto.. If not Tfce cahacripUoii o Pro sample coptat will be luallod. Ad vertteemmUt will be Inserted. A rate enrd will be fHrauthed on requeet. A4drem Allcoiranletlonii an.! make nil reRSCOKl) IMUfSR. mittances payable to Urvqjivllle, Ky. THURSDAY, lint ore-- JUNO 8, 1911. Ky., postofllcc as at the Greenville, soooud-clat- matter. Mills is deeply Rhi'Orts from Pocantico say John D. Rockefeller engaged in some mysterious literary work. Wonder if it's a life of Ida Tarbetl? Chicago again lays claim to the supremacy of the world. During days recently three savagely-ho- t the inhabitants consumed 3,000,000 gallons of beer, which is believed to surpass Berlin at its thirstiest. to be planning an airship 775 feet long, with a carrying capacity of 200 passengers and too crew, and are promising to cross the Atlantic with the huge air vehicle. It will be floated with hot air. The report, we believe, is of that same stuff. Germans are reported Kxoland has just closed its fiscal year in its postofficc department, and the gratifying amount of net profit is shown. America, and particularly the United States portion of it, which flatters Every great moral teacher itself with the idea that all other history has been a heretic. nations arc slow and way behind, Mnight get some pointers of value Calumniate, calumniate, calumnifrom our cousin John Bull. ate, calumniate; some of it will alBeaumarchais. ways stick. KlG Gjjokue has made a grace- money power . .fulreognition c Hardening of the Arteries. Iffi inviting Us uncrowned king, J Plcrpont Morgan, to the coronation a period ceremonies. Andrew Carnegie, on many persons when, after of vague and perhaps very gradual the other hand, has been banqueted strength, the by the Liberal Club of London be- loss 6f health and cause of his great services to the physician makes his examination cause of international peace. Which and utters the word "Arteriosclerosis," as cxnrcssiac the condition of these is the greater distinction? he finds. The physical state covered by Rkcii'ROCity with Canada is not an untried experiment. During the this word is a hardeniug of the twelve years of the operation of the arteries. It may be considered reciprocity treaty of 1854 the volume physically inseparable from extreme of yearly trade between the two age, but many persons are doomed countries was more than quadrupled. to hear it fat too soon. In the This means that the common advan- young it may be the result of muswhether that tage of the two people was also cular overexertion, Men do not buy and takes the form of too much hard quadrupled. sell without profiting thereby. There work or too much hard play; or it can be no greater exhibition of may result from governmental stupidity than the grief or fretting. An unhappy love- erection of 3000 miles of tariff wall affair met without philosophy, or to prevent profitable intertrading prolonged homesickness has often cut the prime of a lifetime and neighbors. between next-doo- r brought about such a condition of Uhaiiashed by threats of piocced-ing- s the sufferer's arterial system that tovpunish them for contempt, youth and premature age met face to face, without any of the merciful vthc Methodist preachers of Cincin nati stand by their denunciation of graduation that nature intended. the Courts of Hamilton county and When this disease comes upon Judge Dickson, whose decision per one in middle life, it is generally a mitted Boss Cox to escape trial for tradegy born of foolishness, especiperjury. The ministers m their ally when the individual is one contemning, if not contemptuous, whose cncumstanccs and grade of resolutions spokc-o- f the prostitution intelligence should furnish the to base ends of the judicial office, ability to apply common sense of unprecedented and arbitrary to daily life. Such a one is often rulings and asserted that a situation. benefited by a good plain talk, in had been produced "disgusting to which hope and warning may be citizens and injurious to the morals mixed in equal proportions. The hopeful outlook should be of the city." A city wherein prac tically all the Judges owe their posi vigorously insisted upon. There tion on the Bench to the favor of are good grounds foi it, for if preboss is apt to suffer some degree of mature arteriosclerosis is attacked demoralization; and, while the min early enough and strenuously en isters may not be competent to dis ougb, it can be held in check for pute the technical regularity of years. But the note of warning judical decision, it cannot be denied also must De vigorous, tor tne pathat they had provocation for their tient must largely work out his own contempt of Court. salvation. Unfortunately, the sufferer is often Bulbs of all Kinds in Stock. hard to manage. The very symp Miss Lena Arnold has in stock all toms of his trouble make him irri kinds of bulbs, and now is the time table, intolerant of advice, and to begin the cultivation. Following stubborn about his own course. He are ready for delivery, and orders is very averse to necccssary exercise, taken for others, and prompt de and absolutely certain that he is an livery guaranteed: Chinese Sacred abstemious eater. He will aver that Lillies, iop each, 3 for 25; Paper he takes meat but once a day, stoutly White Narcissus, Grandiflora, 2 for refusing to allow that two eggs for 5c, 30c dozj Roman Hyacinths, breakfast ami a "made dish" for Single White, 5c each, 50c doz; unchcon should come under that Bedding Hyacinths, Dutch, 5c each, head. Such a case is hopeless unless 60c doz; Forcing Dutch Hyacinths, strict regime is followed, at least ioc each, $1.00 doz; Tulips, mixed, until' an improvement is noticed. 20c doz. Then the gain in comfort,, the renew New stock sewing machine needles ed ability to sleep and the sense of are so appreciated by the at Roark's for all machines. $20,-000,0of-thd well-being Nearly every industrial law of a remedial character which has been enacted in Illinois has been opposed by the manufacturers affected by it. It has been fought by them in the legislature, before governor, and in the courts. Therefore it is the cause of no surprise to find the employers demanding that Gov. Denecn veto the liability bill and the working-men'- s c should compensation bill. not be influenced by thcim The bills should be signed. It would be better for the manufacturers to accept the situation gracefully instead of prolonging a contest which can end only in defeat. The rising tide of popular sentiment which demands the industrial legislation the manufacturers arc opposing cannot be stopped by anything they may say or do. The sooner they understand that the better will it be for them. They would have displayed greater wisdom if they had not blocked legislation in the past by lobbying against it. These laws will not hurt the manufacturing industries of Illinois. No industry can be injured by the fair treatment of its wage earners. No better method of providing Illinois manufacturers with an ample supply of complete workers could be devised than that of giving them rights not yet granted in some other states. But whatever the reasoning of self interest may be, the public conscience demands that the principle of compensation for industrial accidents to be established in place of present unjust and wasteful system of litigation. The objectors to this carefully considered law arc setting themselves against a social reform which they as citizens ought to supOther port, rather than obstruct. states have passed or arc considering laws to inaugurate this reform. Illinois should take its place in the line. Chicago Tribune. 11 patient that the new way of living becomes established. Each case calls for its own treatment in many details, but a quiet life, a cutting down of meat, and much time spent in the open air will be found indispensable for all cases. Our passions and our necessities arc our real tyrants. One should always be simple and virtues, even if only for love of independence. Mmc. Ackermann. 'SATURDAY BARGAINS HEALTH NOTICE TO THE HOUSEHOLDERS AND OCCUPANTS OF HOUSES . BRgZENDBNE'S EXTRA FANCY MESSINA IN THE CITY OF GREENVILLE. LEMONS will be paying Oc. doz. for lemons in a few YOU Buy a dozen Saturday and watch our Satadds, it will always be interesting reading. urday It is hereby ordered that all premises shall be cleaned by JUNE 14, 1911. Something New! Gold Solclcrii-if- r Did you ever have your spectacles or a piece of jewelry mended and on examination you found a grcit pile of unsightly lead all over the joint and perhaps on the article itself, left decaying piles and loose pieces of wood must be burned or removed beyond the town limits; all old All vessels, wood or melal that are lying loose on the premises must be destroyed or removed from the town; all old iron lying loose around the premises must be removed to suitable places; all manure piles, accumu k there by the jeweler? I USE 14 K. GOLD SOLDER on all spectacles and jewelry, and finish the joint so neatly that you lations around stables and cow sheds must be re moved, all premises cleaned; all hogs removed from close pens to large lots so as not to create any offens ive odors. cellars, privies and vaults must be cleaned and disinfected. All can't locate the break. If your watch is sick I can store it to health. LET ME SHOW YOU re- Untchmnkcr Hourk'H elmer Mccracken tint! Furniture Store This is in accord Statutes. with section 2657 of Kentucky Jenslor T. HAVE US FILL Furniture, Moldings, Wall Paper We carry on our floors and in our ware- rooms the largest variety of Furniturs in J. SLATON, County Health Officer, YOUR REFRIGERATOR with pure clean ice and you will save more than its cost in unspoiled meats, milk, butter, etc. Besides with ice you can prepare many a dainty desert or beverage that you could not do without it. Suppose we commence tomorrow. Our wagon will be in your neighborhood and we would like to serve you as well as your neighbors. J. W. KOONTZ, M. D. Greenville, Ky. J. T. WOODBURN, M. D, M. P. CREEL, M. D. 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 are always complete. Wallpaper is now a staple article of mer in chandise, being used all the year 'round And we always have full selections, prices 5 cents and up per roll. Members of.' the County Board of Central City, Ky. C. G. CROWDER, M. D, Health Mercer, Ky. The Secretary of the State Board of Health will be here (c make an inspection soon, &ngix2iwf - - fatgraliiug Greenville Lights Water Co. (I.NCOIIPOIUTEH) 1 GREENVILLE, KENTUCKY G. Duncan, C E DIRECTORS W. A. Wickliffc, Martin, R. T. Martin, E. J. Poryear, G M. Martin, Jno. T. Reynolds, Jr, ESTOur Engraving Machine is the only one in this part of Kentucky, and we are exclusively prepared to supply individual Name Plates, which we furnish on all outfits without extra cost. onice iiours: PhoneNo. 251. 7.30 to S a. m. 11 to 12 a.m. 1 to 1.30 p. in. 4 to 5 p. m. II FIRST NATIONAL BANK Undertake and Emb&Mng: 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 73; Residence xoS. Residence 150 yards from store. Prompt service any hour day or night. Long-Distan- W. D. BLACKWELL & BRO. The standing and responsibility of the men who constitute our Board of Directors arc a guarantcc of careful, judicious management General Insurance We represent thit writes Hi tne Home Insur untn aillE The J. L. MARK ESTATE. ORIEN L. ROARK. tn V.U. ftf N Y Ul M. 1 Mnaer. ., y . Kinds of farm and '.mmx ". !'W city property. ran i Ks,tws T'S'S House and Laid for Rent. The Captain Roark property, 7 room house, stable, fine water, several acres of land, ready for cultivation located just outside of town, on two streets, will be rented reasonably. Fine location, desirable home. Ap ply to Orien L. Roark, Greenville, Ky. FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY :- -: What Are You Going To Do This Year by way of making your business successful and your domestic life full of pleasure, if you are not supplied with telephone service of the Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company? Everyone should have a telephone. You are connected with all outside important points in local connections with all residences and business houses. For any information call manager, CuMberlafid Telephone & BONDS The Wife or Husband can work wonders with GIYE US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE. who t&kec pride in tne beauty of the home BLACKWELL BRO'S GREENVILLE, KY. I "HANNA'S LUSTRO FINISH" "The Made To Walk on Kind" Old doors can bcrcfinished in Mahogany, Antique Oak or any color no matter what surface you have, if you work according to directioM, which arc simple and easily followed. , HANNA'S LUSTRO FINISH " is also used on all kinds of Furokw nnd Woodwork in the home. This Finish does not fade and is absolutely durable, and on this you may depend. Many of the ladies derive pleasure in thi work of beautifying their homes. "WHY PONT YOUr FOR CALK BY " Telegraph; Co. MUHLENBERG COUNTY Incorporated. What (he Victor Brings to You. Think of owning Caruso's voice, the talent of whole opera companies, the best efforts of brass bands and orchestras, the genius and drollery of Harry Lauder, etc. All the world's best music of all ages, the magic touch of the best violinists, harpists, Funny stories vocalists, pianists. andyodcls,addrcsses by Taft, Bryan, Roosevelt and other leading characters. No matter what your weak ness, it can be filled by Victor re cords or Victor machines. Call at Roark's and have a demonstration. Records and supplies of all kinds in stock. SAVINGS BANK Greenville, Ky, G. M. DEXTER & (0. Oravillt, Ky. Appreciating your past patronage we solicit all or part of your future Banking business. THOS. E. SUMNER, Cashier. "WALLPAPER the use of a ROoJlaxative, to keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons of undigested food from cettlnginto your system. The latest product of science i? VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup, purely vegetable, gentle, reliable and of a pleasant, aromatic taste. elvo acts on the liver, as well as on the stomach and bowels, and is of the greatest possible efficacy in constipation, Indigestion, biliousness, sick headache, feverishncss, colic.flatulence, etc. Try VF Physicians Advise t LAXATIVE Seeci Mcey t Wft. 1 Bill BaHE of y LIVER SYRUP - v. j war 3 Maktt Homi Biking Easy Judge Ed. C. O'Rcar Here Sunday City Must He Cleaned. The Road Working Crews. Night. . POWDER Thm only baking powdfar thmdm from Roymf Crapm k Absolutely Pure Crmmtn of Tmrtar m ALUM.N0 LIME PHOSPHATE I. Hon. Ed. C. O'Rcar, candidate for the Republican nomination for Governor of Kentucky, spent a few hours here Sunday, coming up from Dawson Springs on the evening train and stopping over until Monday morning as he was en route to his speaking appointment at Russell-vill- e The visit for that afternoon. was an unexpected one, but many of our citi.ens called at the Old Inn during the evening and met the distinguished guest. This is the first time that most of the callers had met Judge O'Rear, but all were impressed with his pleasing personality, and everyone recognized that s he had in him the making of a Governor of the State. Muhlenberg county is by a large majority favorable to the candidacy of O'Rcar, and he is the choice of his party by long odds. first-clas- The State Board of Health has issued general orders for all towns and cities to clean up and be ready for inspection by the i.jth. inst., and County Health officer Dr. T. J. Sla-to- n has made a call 011 our people, as will be seen elsewhere in this A member of the Stale paper. Hoard will be here soon to make a thorough inspection, and our people arc warned that unless sanitary conditions arc found there will be trouble for the offenders. The time of year has arrived when filth is extra hazardous to health and the law will be enforced for better conditions. Geo. II. Adamson Dies at Owcnsboro. (. R. R. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mr. Rothert Before Filson Club. ' i mm j rust Mr. Otto A. Rothert, of Louisville, who is well known here, appeared before the Filson Club in NOUTK noi'M). that city last Monday night, and 11.25 am l2i LoulttTlllr UxprrtM 141 im read an interesting Igl Cincinnati UxirtwM paper on "The 4.(18 urn lOt Loulnvllle Litnltttl 7.15 Ini 136 Central City uceonnnoilatUtii. Regulators," in which considerable MH'Tll noi'M). o. of the early history of Muhlenberg 135 PailuinU nnd Cnlro nrooin 5.15 am 12.10 iin was reviewed, especially the career 121 Fulton uccuiutnixliitluii 101 New OrleutiH Vueclnl 3.40 pin 103 N. O. Htec. (LoulHvllle jmhsr. only) I .Warn of Lonz Powers, the Harpcs, and W.O. CitJiwronD, Agt June 5. 1011. others. Mr. Rothert has for many years been a member of this notable literary and historic club, and frequently has been honored by requests to make addresses and read Let Mc fix your clock. papers, and his efforts are highly Swing settees for porchos at Ro? appreciated by the members. The dies. tf Louisville papers all made liberal ark's. Continue to swat the quotations from the last paper, as The New Postal Cards. Good morning! Arc you ready for they frequently do. Cream-colorepostal cards printthe sanitary inspector? Summer fur- ed in red ink will soon replace Needles for all sewing machines at niture, porch the present cards of black ink deRoark's. sets, lawn sign. This is an attempt to give the goods, set-- t people an artistic card. The GovernThe boardofhcalth man will get p c s, cots, ment will spend $65,000 more this you if you don't clean up. Old Hickory year than last in a decorative way. chairs and This is not extravagant, for the profit Foreign automobiles are gelling rockers, etc. on postal cards exceeds j$j,qoo,ooo our horses accustomed to the fluzy in Roar k's the year. The Postofficc Departwagon. ; complete ment hopes that the new card will be so attractive that the additional tock, Coombs & Co. buy beef sales will cover the increase in exprice. hides. Highest Mr. Cecil E. Roark was in I,cwis- - pense. The postal card has long jnftfnnobilcs Ofrora 3iirro'iinv 'Ucf 'on business a few days this been ugpft), and. its widespread use in the commercial wqrld in eut . Ci "tamrw J rcWtgjScammoKP 9'M J Siek. jm-- j fears has given For transmitting notices Judge 17 J. Sparks Is havingquite portancc. .Brass Dana ana orencstra wun an addition made to his home on and information not of a private nature, the postal card is a great "On- the Frontier" company next North Main street. money-save- r and time saver. Monday night. Mr. T. C. O'Bryan, of Madison- The city council was in regular Protect the public health and add ville, was here a few days this week monthly session Monday night, and to your personal comfort by keeping on business affairs. transacted considerable your premises clean. business. Fishing parties are numerous, and An ordinance was passed directing See Miss Lena Arnold for bulbs few points have been overlooked by concrete pavements on West Main-cros- s searchers for finny specimens. of all sorts. street? Mr. J. A. Oilman re signed as chief of the fire depart Do you drink coca-colaThen Wheat harvest is at its height, ment, and Mr. R. M. Dexter was and the yield is fine, with the largest try ours. It is pure and refreshing. elected to the position. Taylor & Poole. a 20 acreage in many years. If you have a watch. or clock out "On the Frontier" a strong melo of running order, jewelry Mrs. Annie Fades, of Hastings, to be reOkla, is here for a visit of two drama, will be given in a tent here paired, or sewing machines out of on the night of Monday, June 12. months with relatives and friends. service, bring them to McCracken gcveraj carloads and get firstclass guaranteed work. The city is having Large line of collapsible gocarts of limestone placed on the town hill at Roark's. Prices right. Last Tuesday and at other needed places on the was pro b a b y Mrs. Frank Richardson is in streets. the busiest day Owcnsboro, a delegate to a district in the county j Roark has the handsomest and missionary meeting of the Methodist with to b ac c o most durable porch shade made, .church. grow e r s, the in the woodweb line, See them and lale rains putjMrs. Jennie E. Roark and Carol use them. ting the soil in Joftson and Mary Elizabeth Roark fine condition The lack of a sewerage system in Owcnsboro a few days on a are makes it imperative that every care for planting the weed, and, wjtl) visit to relatives. weather a large and firstclass be exercised in maintaining sanitary crop is expected in Muhlenberg. Barklcy Bros, repair your conditions. Have . d Mr. Geo. H. Adamson died at Owcnsboro at 7. .15 o'clock last Saturday morning, after a prolonged illness from Bright's disease. He had lived here for some years, but about a year ago moved with his wife to Otvcnsboro, where he was engaged in his trade of painter and paper hanger, but for many months had been confined to his home by his illness. The body was brought here Monday afternoon, and inter rnent was made in the Crittenden family burial ground about two miles south of town. Deceased professed religion about two months before his death and joined the Rev. E. D. Methodist church. Ryan conducted a service at the grave sidp, and there was a large attendance of relatives, and (fiends- - It is the general comment that the work being done on the roads this spring is the most thorough that has ever been done. The crews are showing a deeper appreciation of road needs than ever before manifested, and arc using intelligence in overcoming all obstacles. Messrs. Fox & Nash, contractors for a large part of the work, arc certainly enthusiastic over their work, and this has been transferred to their helpers, who will not leave a thing half done, but arc thorough s in every move. Commissioner is doing considerable road work himself, and is fortunate in having secured Mr. N. F. Sweeney and his teams of mules. Mr. Sweeney is experienced in the operation of the road machines, and his mules arc to this ample and accustomed service. The work being done under Mr. Boggess' direction is high ly gratifying, and there has arisen a spirit of commendable rivalry between the various crews as to which shall do the best work. Let this spirit continue to rule. Bog-ges- Rain Came In Good Time. JE .dtto-t.- . - ? 1 The rain of Monday night was one of the most enjoyable events of the week, as crops were get ting in bad shape, and the season was needed for the setting of a tobacco crop, practically none of the weed having been set out. Ground was ready, and terc was not a nip: mcnt lqt Tuesday, farmers working CITY ORDINANCES. from early until very late putting the plants in the wet ground, There will Ijc a heavy acreage, and with An Ordinance to Improve a portion of the sidewalk on the North side good seasons the crop will be large. of Main-cros- s Street in the City of Greenville, Ky. Give us your job work. The City Council of the city of Several fishing parties go out from Greenville do ordain as follows: Sec. 1. That concrete pavements town to nearby resorts almost every afternoon now, returning late in the shall be made and constructed on the North side ot Main-crosevening. street in the city of Greenville in front of Miss Amy Howard, of Monroe and abutting the properly owned by county, is here for a visit of a few the following named persons; towit; weeks to her brother, Mr. Cain Upginning at the corner of the O. Howard. C. Roll lot and extending in front of the property of Frank RichardTypewriter ribbons, all machines, son 85 feet; thence in front of the at Roark's property of E.. N. Martin 227) feet to C.hcrry strept. prof B,. ?. -- Allison, uf- Htti, Sec. 4.- - Satti pavcraefifs shalPbt Cal., arrived here yesterday,- and constructed of good and substantial will remain some time on a visit to concrete done in a workmanlike his mother, Mrs. A. M..Tcrry. manner and of the material, dimensions and in the manner required by Louisville public schools ?have the ordinances and laws of the city been closed during the afternpons of Greenville, and shall be done at lately on account of the extreme the cost of the owner of the ground heat. The board of health advised fronting said improvement. the action. Sec. 3. The owner of the lots of ground abutting said improvement Sec Coombs & Co. before you shall be given 30 days from the pubsell yoqr beef hides. 027 lication of this ordinance in The Hopkinsville people have been Record in which to do this work, buying bananas at 50 and 75 cents and in the event of their failure to a bunch this week, a commission construct the same within that time man having brought a carload to the contiact for such paving will be that market, and the 800 bunches after the publication of one notice went like the proverbial hot cakes. in The Record let to the lowest and best bidder as is provided by law, Miss Mary Swain will be married the cost of the said construction to today at the home of her parents, be and constitute a lien on the prop Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Swain, at erty as :s provided by law. Approved June 5, 1911. Rock, Kansas, to Mr. Philip Steu-bca prominent farmer of that J. W. La,m, Mayor. section. Miss Swain is well known Oribn L. Roark, Clerk. here, where she has made occasional visits to relatives, and hasmadc Hear varied semany friends who wish her every lections on the Vic-o- r happiness. ma s r, Important Road Work, Mr. James L. Boggess, road and bridge commissioner, is planning to build a reinforced concrete and iron bridge across Caney creek on the Central City road, and also to extend the macadam from the city limits to at least the point where the Bevier road branches ofl at Powdcr-ly- . He has hopes that this expense "will be shared by the county and the land owners and corporations interested, and is soliciting subscriptions from those who will be benefitted. Much encouragement has been given, and it is thought An that several thousand dollars can be thus secured, whatever amount is so raised to be supplemented by a like sum from the county treasury. This is the only kind of road work that is worth while, and no better section could be chosen on which to start it, as there is not a stretch of road in the county that receives the traffic to which this is subjected. With a permanent bridge and a macadam surfaced roadway, coal could be delivered here at any season, while now high prices prevail through the winter season on account of the deplorable roads. Sentence Sermois. It's a Deadly Peril; T. Mitchell Prudden, M. D., whose valuable book, "The Story of Hactcria" Putnams, has just reached a second edition, says: "There is no doubt that the germs of typhoid fever, and when it is prevalent those of Asiatic cholera, arc conveyed by the activtics of flics." Again, he writes that it is not among lions, tigers, reptiles, or snakes that wc must look for man's most destructive animal enemy. These stay at home and mind their own business. But the house fly, he continues, wanders about and gets its objectionable person on or into almost everything. It breeds chiefly in manure and garbage heaps. It revels in almost all these things which to the normal man seem dirty, filthy, and disgusting. Then it wanders over the food and persons of men, women, and children wheneycr opportunity offers. Swat the Fly! There is a chill air surrounding those who arc down in the world, and people arc glad to get away from them, as from a cold room. George Elliot. Genius is the talent of a man who is dead. Edmond de Goncourt. He who loves is in the right. Schiller. Never mind whom you praise, but be very careful whom you blame. ttdmond Gossc. God pays, but not every Saturday. Alphonse Karr.You complain of ingratitude; were you not repaid by your pleasure in doing good? Levis. No one .s satisfied with tni fortune, or dissatisfied with his intellect. Dcshoulieres. Keep your heart high; that is the sum of philosophy. Victor Cousin. Is life worth living? I should say that it depends on the liver. Thomas Gold Appleton. e A man? Yes, and worships his creator. Henry Clapp. Love is selfish in two persons.- self-mad- Bonffiers. Good maxims are germs of all good; firmly impressed on the memory, they nourish the will. Joubert. To apprehend contempt is to have deserved it already. Pierre Loti. In this world one must be a little too kind to be kind enough. Mari-vau- x. talking e gall on Leslie Hale, next to First National Bank, for candies, books, sundries, cigars, tobacco, etc. 3 flues, and prevent a fire loss. is being talked about town that There were many tired backs on last county court day a certain U. S. Government last week Tuesday night, as all available help The A section of farm land, 20 to 60 shipped several horses and vehicles was in the field ail day setting out acres, located convenient to city; horse dealer was showing a horse runhere for the use of the Gebdedic tobacco plants. ready for cultivation; improved or to a prospective buyer. After Farm Land Wanted. It crew at work in this and adjoining counties. Wheat thresher men arc overhaul- ing their outfits preparatory to getting in the field. The outlook Is flattering, as wheat it is predicted will yield heavy this season. iiome renaereu ura pound. . per J. E. Coomiis & Co. i2c. is being done on Muhlenberg roads, and .the work is being done with intel ligence and care, making much im provement in the highways. A vast amount of grading The thermometer reached the cen tttry mark in Louisville at 2 o'clock last Sunday afternoon, the first time in ten years that it has climbedsto There was such a dizzy height. much suffering and many prostra tions.! If you want a milk chocolate, &. Juve it. Taylor Poole. unimproved; will pay reasonable If you want that dead watch or cash price. Address N. Q. ?i, care f16 clock put to work, let Mc have it The Record, Greenville, Ky. and he will put it to running. Madisonville claims to be the champion town of its size in WestReports show that last month in New York City 51 persons were ern Kentucky as to the number of killed and 159 severely injured in automobiles owned by its citizens, automobile accidents. ThU ia more there being just two dozen care destructive than the late Mexican there, an4 many more live customers in prospect. Thjs is a goojj war. showing, and speaks well for the The ice plant, as well as the stor- appreciation of a good thing. age office uptown, have been exGreenville is getting to be a pop tremely popular spots the past few ular spot for traveling parties in days. People from the surrounding There were four cars territory have been hauling away automobiles. here last Sunday, three oars from vast quantities of solid coolness, but the plant has a large amount ahead, Madisonville passing through to Mammoth Cave, and one car from and is able to supply all comers. Hopkinsville was here on a circle toui. The usual large number of Burr Grist Mill. people were attracted by the rare My new burr grist mill is in oper sight. ation; call on your merchants for White Flint meal. Eggs for sale R. C. R. I. Reds, Also ready to furnish the public with chicken feed two pcus, DcGraff and Tompkins and chopped corn, strains, ygc. and$i per setting. S jl 28 A. Shaver. J. J. Landis, Greenville, Ky. ning him back and forward for a few minutes, he stopped and said to thp quyen ''Wht dp ypu thjnk. of his coat? Isn't he a dandy?" The buyer, noticing that thchbrsc had the heaves, replied; "'ifc!! like his coat, all right, ' like his pants." :hines at Roark's. The world's best music, as well as all the popular selections, speeches, bands, orchestras, instrumental solos, quartettes. Victors range in price from $10 to $100. Victrolas Large library of re$75 to S250. cords and all kinds of talking machine supplies. In reality histOFy is of no avail. Humanity is caught every day with traps that have served before. Jules Simon. To be without enemies is to be unworthy of having friends. Joubert. There is a sort of hatred which never is extinguished; it is the hatred that superiority inspires in medioPaul Bourget. crity Virtue glories in persecution, as a flag glories in rags. Frederic Mistral. When a fool wants to become wicked he must meet a wicked man who is looking for a fool. Bcau-marchai- s. Thisis certainly bad enough, and the excreta which we euphemistically name fly specks marks the scope of its summer excursions. But the worst of it is that the bacteria which arc swarming in most of the stuff the house fly cats , and dabbles his feet and tongue in arc in large degree alive after they have passed the department of his Interior, and they stay long alive upon his feet. Now when the house fly feed upon infective human excreta as he does whenever he gets a chance the typhoid bacilli or the tubercle bacilli or the contemptible brood which incites dysentery and the protean summer ailments of both old and young may be carried directly and ia full virulence to the food and persons of the well. It has been shown by hundreds of accurate scientific observations that the house fly is the conveyor of infective stuff, especially of typhoid fever, but also of the other maladies which wc have named. If the ily which favors us with his addresses has come, as is most likely the case, from a revel in simply filth, he is just a nuisance; if from infective filth, he is also a menace. A very simple experiment will illustrate what happens when a house fly with dirty feet walk over foodstuff on which bacteria can grow. One of the Petri plates was partly-filled- , with warm nutrient gelatin in which ;',t bacteria flourish. When it cooled a smooth, solid surface was formed. An unwary house fly was caught and his legs and body were dipped into a dish of very dirty sewage water He was pinched a little to quell his; flying ambitions and set down upon the surface of the gelatin. Here he was permitted to wander about for a moment and then met his destiny. The plate was covered and set in a warm place for three days. Whcrc-evc- r his feet touched the gelatin, and where his body dragged, the bacteria grew. The track of the wandering fly is marked in colonies of living bacteria, many thousands in each. Similar results follow the contamination of milk by dirty flies. So also foods which flies visit and fresh berries in city t markets are planted with germs of varying po. tency. Several patterns of swing porcK settees at Roark's, and you are invited to call. The man who tries to "do" you and fails may do the next best thing. Joe Morgan solicits that grocery order, and will show his appreciation by supplying the best goods at the very lowest prices. Quick delivery and courteous treatment. A Bisscll carpet sweeper will last lc nger than 40 corn brooms. costing from $12 to $15; the sweep See them at ers cost $3 to and have other advantages Roark's, features ex than the money-savin- g plained. S5-75- bulii't , Let us be kind, if we wish to be regretted. Pierre Loti. B&vr McCracken has the largest Do not take upon yourself a load stock of dials for timepieces ever of hatred; it is a heavier load than carried in the county, and can fit you think. Mme. La Scvignc. anything from the court house clock to a toy watch. The Record 50c. per year. Qet qpe of pur yaod,wpb, shades, one of the finest things made for porches. Roark, ALL ABOARD FOR- - Hear the cowboy band and see "On the Frontier" here next Monday night in a water proof tent on the O'Bryan lot, on Main street. r-t T- MAMMOTH CAVE OE r Oh - There is quite a party of Greenville people upending the week at Rochester, on a fishing outing. Mr. J. T. Reynolds, Jr. and wife, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Martin, Mrs. Messrs. Paul Mollie Reynolds, Wickhffe, Zeke Reynolds, C. W. Roark and Matt Wickliffe are in the camp, and reports arc that they, are having a fine time and catching! j plenty of fish. ROUND TRIP FROM CITY 8.5$ A. M. CENTRAL Regular Train WEDNESDAY JUNE several routes in the Cave. 21 AGENT 1 ALL EXPENSES AT HOTEL ONLY $6.50. This irrcludes your board and admission to the One evening for a promenade or dance. WRITE OR PHONE L. & N. TICKET A GRAND THR'EE-Df- l YS OUTING! H ROARK Fvimiture, WdJlpper, Shades, Moldings. Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, . Wrpper, $f l Slippers, & Gr2s.Ye Vavilts. Disinfection ROARK & ass Shade Trees For Highways. VIC Li-- ,epeqialIy ricr-jDurn- Some of the citizens of Waycross, Gtt., some time ago started an agitation in favor of the planting of trees l he along the public highways, movement has progressed until many my to be of the landowners in Ware county, in 1 could not stand it swelled on the in feet and I was so adjoining counties also, have become abdomen I could hardly breathe. Half a dozen or more of interested. But thanks to Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy and Nervine I am able to these men, who are owners of extenadsive tracts have begun planting trees be about the streets, a walking qualwhich border or pass vertisement of the curative along the roads ities of your remedies, although I through their lands. In most instam 70 years old." ances they are setting out pecan JOHN K. UOCHRAN, Lcwistown, 111. trees at a distance ot sixty feet apart-will any statement wc Better than the idea being tfiat the pecans could make regarding the value of be valuable to future generations. Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy Trees along a roadside add immensely to comfort of travelers and arc these words of Mr. Cochran. the attractivness of the landscape at He speaks from experience, the possible source of knowlthose seasons of the year when trave- highest edge. If you have any of the over HENRY WATTERSON ling is most general. To the signs of a weak heart, such as tourist, or to those who must pain in the left shonldcr or arm, land Editor. fainting and hungry spells, short traverse the highway for more ultil iturian purposes, an avenue of trees ness of breath, smothering spells, fluttering or palpitation of the heart, In midsummer is as " the shadow of a you" need WIS CAN FURNISH YOl great rock in a weary land." When Remedy the roads were first constructed it Dr. Miles' Heart would have been a simple matter in which for over twenty years has mnnv localities to leave a row of been recognized as the best prepaj ration of its kind to be had. trees on each side, but this did not oc AND THE Sold under a guarantee assuring the cur to the majority of our roadbuild prloe of the first bottle if It return of the crs. In consequence there are many falls to benef t. AT ALL DRUGGISTS. WEEKLY MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. miles of highway almost utterly un relieved by anything in the shape of COURIER-JOURNA- L a tree. The question of shade trees for BOTH ONE YEAR FOR THE RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED. highways has been a theme of academic discussion for a long time, but in few instances has there been Monon Route Announces New Schedule any tangible result. Some of the We can also give liberal citizens of Georgia, it appears, have of Fares One Way and Round Trip. combination rate with Daily arrived at the proper stage of en thusiasm to supplant theoretical The Monon Route announces that or Sunday Lourier-lourna- l. o.. ' U will henceforth sell tickets between ucuaie wun p..i.m.u. I cood roads i JVVI1" v'um,u"Jum",u sunolemcntarv ' to the " i.nuisvuii: ami iiiciiuu ui ou uinagitation now prevalent in Georgia wnw . . , . fia nc fnrmrlv. anfl idea is commendthe sample ,copy, ui, uuiiiuu yuu 5, 2 round tri... o . r rood u davs return- able. Good roads and shady roads 'inc. instead of Si 6. ratrons arc of- - desire, DUC De Sine to senci form a very desirable combination, fered exceptionally good service by your subscription order to this during such weather as the Monon, which on night trains paper NOT to the Couriei a trom Louisville operates compare T0urnal J nortion of the United States. Cou n..n mcnt anui urawing-ruoii unmans, as well as the usual straight sleeper : t ,i ta: ii i has the larucst 1 nc "' ira,H! "avc 1 auur auu "m Deal at home as much slock of dials for timepieces ever ing cars, and the very finest modern, as possible. Build up your fit new coaches. Inquiries cheerfully carried in the county, and can anything from the court house clock answered by E. II. Bacon, D. P. A This will home town, to a toy watch. Louisville, Ky. makc vou a better home "I had been given Why up to die by three of our best doctors, Not $! $J &f &J &f &f tf f &&&&& ft s& Mi Our Name Our Aim SL ft Read has been before the public for 30 years, most of the time right on the spot where we are now located. The , constantly has been to sell the best goods in" our lines, at the most reasonable prices. Our services are of the highest grade, our wares the best, and our equipment compares with the best of the larger cities. We endeavor constantly to increase our usefulness. ft Our Claim On your patronage is based on a service the duration of an ordinary life time, and a square deal assured every one. The accumulated experience and knowledge of this third of a century are at your command. I' ASA" 11 A he J. L. ROARK Estate ORIEN L. ROARK, Manager THE RECORD ft ft ft ft ft r FURNITURE bXMsM 1879 Lon$ Distance EALERS D IREC Telephones: TORS Store 72; Home 108 &t i $)i ifh $)t 1 tffo &J iwt f ft ft ft ft ft ft ft &f & ft $1.15 .-: -c- sVg-A BLUE ROSE The Greatest Rose Novelty of the Century for and Price List 1 The New Rose (Ylolct Blue) Hailed by the Rose Growers as the Forerunner of the Corn-Sen- d flower Blue Rose. Ycry oas and hardy. Free Blooming JUST RECEIVED Many Patterns of 1911 Wallpaper COME and SEE THEM GrccnliouHCM JOHN E. RACKEBRANDT Princeton, Ky. tree-planti- i, I 1 c i- u it I Ride with The Greenville Transfer Go. They meet all trains, day and night, with Bus and Baggage wagon. I Weather Talk. ' J- Onlv in the United State is the Mpty I U71K',""K Ine for eToybodf. W Wk llT m '" !ef'llty. the w topic of weather omnipresent and m 'njrm tu"'nc l perennial. Only with us docs the tl l. full oil turn.' i average man aud woman make It a THE subject of perpetual thought and 1 II Ikaif ii M . Boston. MH I I AND CURE the LUNGS The thcrmom acute examination. n I' IMiotoernulir n,e' ctcr in America is a household pet w t at i lautiful No home is without at least one. il o" irltliHm, cjiieM qp The daily newspaper places in a con iwctfl Sample "'i't f it ynu mrntin tlr vpr. spicuous- position of the official American Photography record of the variations of temperC lkaoon St.. Doton, Mai ii wii JTOLDS Trial Bottle Free ature and wc all note at the break AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. fast table that at such and such an Take vour beef hides to 1. E GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY hour of the prcceeding day the mer Coombs & Co. and get the cash. OR MONEY REFUNDED. cury rceistercu such anu such a degree. 60 YEARS' Among other peoples there is no Uest work, prompt service; give EXPERIENCE I such inteicst. When there is a viol-ca- t vour laundry to Toe Morcan, who, change or a great excess of heat will appreciats your patronage. or cold, some few of the more exact may talk of degrees, but normally If you have not weather is good or bad, hot or cold, I haul mnnr heard the Victor Designs oppressing or refreshing. There is talking machines, Copyrights tc. Anyone sontllnz n nkctch and dflacrintlon no such elaborate detail as to heat qnlckly nicoruin our opinion freo whethermay an call at Roark's. If HANDBOOK units and humidity as Americans Invention Is pruhnbly rmtontbl. Communlra. rinn.nirlptlTconnclciitl.il. onl'ntcnta you have heard them, call again and out free. Oldest npniicy forsecuriiiKPtttentt. delight in. I'atenta taken throuBH Mtinn A Co. receive often; they never grow tiresome. tptelal notice, turnout cimreo. m too This American interest in weather and all Scientific American. - T.nrrrr; lihrarv of records supplies. probably had its beginning in the hanriinmnlr lllniitratnd wenklr. Tjireest clrkinds of talking machine culatlou of Any scientlOa Journal. Terms. (3 fl conditions which the colonists confnr four months. L Bold brail newsdealer. fronted. Coming from a relative MUNN&Co."'"'"i. New York Sec the very latest thing in carpet n.ild and equable climate, they must sweepers at Roark's. have found the changeful vii le ice of New ISngland weather a serious prob-leTelephone No 5 and your laundry will be called for and delivered. It wrecked their crps. It assaulted their lives. It was a fierce It is a very serious matter to ask f e, the most terrible ally of the Joe Morgan solicits that grocery for one medicine and have the wilderness. order, and will show his appreciation wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you in buying But the pioneer days arc long past, by supplying the best goods at the to be careful to get the genuine and wc still talk abo'it the weather very lowest prices. Quick delivery and watch with unflagging interest Black-draugand courteous trcatmeut. ht the drama it plays about us. It Liver Medicine may be very well be that this is the Typewriter ribbons, legal blanks, The reputation of thi3 old, relia of an recognition unconscious document covers, carbon paper at ble medicine, for constipation, inimportant relation between our race this office. digestion and liver trouble, Is firmly established. It does not imitate and the weather. It may be that other medicines. It is better than Telephone that ftrorrry want to our collective intuition lclU ui tint ethers, cr it would not be the fa vorite liver powder, witti a iarger Joe Morgan and get llu be- t pond makes Ameiicans what much that sale than nil cthera comuncd. at lowest prices. they are U the result of our tonic air F2 SOLD ii? TOWN and the violent excitement of the Mss Lena Arnold asks the patron system produced by the great variaRibbons for all typewriters, legal age of the public, and guarantees Perhaps the our weather. tions ey to what America is and istLbc is document and manuscript covers, that satisfactory work will be done manifolding ami other papers, legal iu her clothes cleaning, pressing in the hands of the meteoro'ljgtStj blanks, carbon pepsrs inll colors, and repairing shop. New stock sewing machine'dedTeis 'and general office supplies at this Give us your'job work. office. market and enhance the I value of your property. kAND niirM..i-rnvtci. I Sam-- r6 rsts. 1. wmmr KILL COUCH iOLDRELIABLE KITCHEN CABINETS - 3 I Dr. King's New Discovery AT ROARK'S. en vou warn ciSee Hbe 1Recor6 Artr HARCOURT CLl 1 &LCO.Lduisviile.Kr ENGRAVERS MANUFACTURING A Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quali Very Serious WATER VERMIN , , I DURQLARj s proot jH . lire J. L. ROARK ESTATE A'' Ti'"'"'-' TUB BAIrTD 1 D&rVCffi 60.000 Q0D! ulitul,vcruiln,burrowlntr animals, and iilrtluht uuil wuterproot. A liAKKK VACL.T sUoultt be cuiployctl iu every burial. MuUe in ull sizes. ujr-Im nC Hrum.An.ruoor (suavk vault fur. lleHulslnto protection UKaliisttlinruv ' 01 1110 iiiuusiu II 7 lie DAKtR VAULT carried in slock by to Keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons of undigested food from gettingmto jjur yteni. I h j latest product of suonge is ELVO Laxatie Liver Sypjp, purely vegetable, gentle, reuut-and of a pleasant, areratiw tcite. VcJvo r.cts cn tiie liver, as veil as en tlw stoaiJi ni luweis, arj is of the greatest possible efficacy in constipation, indigestion, Uliouoncos, siwu headache, feverishness, coUc,flatulence, etc. Try VF 1 the use of a gooJlaxutlve, Physicians Advise The J. L ROARK ESTATE, Greenville. ?ine Line ot Funeral nnil Burlnl GoodH. MoRersr 5prinsffgldtOhio, Champion Chsmical Carole " vnun I II 1 1. E, LAXATIVE LIVE R SYRUP .1 .. : "im&ZX T " i ' i- -