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Record (Greenville, Ky.): June 22, 1911 Record (Greenville, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Greenville, Ky. : Record Press, 1899- Greenville, KY 1911 rec1911062201_sn87060049 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Record (Greenville, Ky.): June 22, 1911 Record (Greenville, Ky.) Greenville, Ky. : Record Press, 1899- Greenville, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. I ''Record" Advertising' Costs NotHirtg. It pays for itself. $ The investment is Get our rates. sure of returns, me t t J Kccoto GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1911. TUB RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED. TO DRAG. Muhlenberg County is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clay.l etc., and the most inviting field in Ken- - VOL. XIII. NO. 19. Elites In the hcuhoiiRc are a hard propo.sirjou, but persistent warfare against' them will win out. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANC E WHEN 1. arm PEACH I Moiion Route Announces New cn3 Garden ! taught not only how to do a thing thoroughly, but how to do It In the quickest and easl-imanner possible as well. A child should lie st YELLOWS. Not Much Treatment of This Orchard Troublo. Little Is known nbout the coursu of leutisl. the poach tree nrTcction known ns the points While the Incubator yellows. Unlike other diseases common to fruit I roes. It does not seem In its favor as a substitute for old to be nn organism, or. rather, not one Kiddy, the days and nights of the one that can be discovered with the mod- who is hnvltig a lira: round with one lias-man- Known About Course and The hen 1hat does not have grit of is in about the same pickle as the fellow who has fost his own molars aud has not had them replaced by a set from the some kind In her gizzard Begin jn the spring when the has" left the ground and cjhe road begins to dry, but while J yet muddy. Drag immediately after very prolonged rain throughout the l season. Drag in tho fall just beforo S tho ground freezes. Drag in the winter if the frost ( leaves the ground. It will freeze smooth. Do not drag a dry road. bvlicdulc Trip. I ELECTRIC BRAND frost of Fares One Way and Itatl Kentucky Fair Dates. ern high power microscope. ing able to locate the origin of the trouble, no effcctlvo treatment has as yet been discovered. Not be- The following are the duteM ii.xeU fur holding of the machines arc? likely to be long ) the KtttiUliiky Full for 11)11 u far iih reported. and somewhat full of trouble, espe- OftUirn uf fair are rr.utited tu nurl to n cially If the hujulrftor Is one of the any iitnitilrMiuii of correction uf iluUn. (Jeoructown, July 4SV -- 5 dny. "cheap on the market" kind. I.aiK'iiKtiir, It Is claimed by those who have done some experimenting with the disease that a fair percentage of the trees will July 2rt 3 dtiyn. Owing to the heat. Insanitary con-ditions and impure milk supply. per cent of the babies born In the city of Manila do not live to the ago of one year. It Is a tangible evidence of tho worth of 'American civilization that where It gets a foothold conditions such as these are soon corrected. It has been ascertained t by careful scientific Investigation thatone out of every twenty-flv- e typhoid fever patients continues, even after recovery, to bo a typhoid carrier. Tills germ reproduction sometimes goa on for years, and the fact noted) Is doubtless responsible for many a seemingly Inexplicable typhoid feveriepldemlc. If plans afoot are parried out the school children of Kr.lisas City. Mo., will assist in the plaaitlng of 100.000 eatalpa trees on Arbocday.rwhlch was phack Time Twins. Instituted by J. Sterling Morton, a ITwIbb Nob. 1 and 2 were cut from a norformer secretary of ngricuUure. This mal trees. Twigs Nos. 3 and 4 were cut planting will have Value wot only befrom a trco which showed early symptoms of yellows tho previous fall. Nolo cause the trees nwl planting, but bethat the development of the loaf and cause the little it'op!e will- - thus have fruit buds on twigs Nos. 3 and 4 Is much a greater interest aroused-ia very lh ndvance of that upon twigs Nos. 1 practical and helpful form of conserand 2. From Bulletin New Jersey Agrivation. cultural Experiment Station. .grow out of it If properly treated. The tree must bo pruned, back quite heavily. The roots should then be mulched with preferably a strawy stable manure. In the early spring the soil should be given a dressing with a complete fertilizer In which nitrogen predominates and should be well cultivated throughout the season. The trco should bo sprayed with the lime .and with bordeaux mixture to cleanse it from other pests and diseases. The ravages of this affection have been axtoaslf iitJttcp&sUfejy vMm( It clalnw Wl..rchsari1s,rno'i at iffne tli. rititi of tho orcLiJi, of a whole community. Acaln It will infect orchards of a community with a Blngle or perhaps several exceptions. It Is the orchard that Is well situated, well pruned, well sprayed, well cultivated and well fertilised that escapes the ravages of this yellow plague. If they are well cared for trees are strong aud healthy, and they do not easily fall tho prey of the disease. Once the tree becomes affected the only sure and safe way Is to pull the tree and burn It on the 6pot, being careful that no infected branch comes in contact with a healthy tree. This may seem like a heavy loss, but It will prove the most satisfactory way, aa it may be tho means of saving the rest of tho orchard. American Cultivator. Provident!!, August Danville. August 2- -3 ilayn. Versailles, August 25! days. xliiiton. August 7 (idays. , I'nlontown, August 8 -- 6 iliiyw. August 0 I ihiju. Viinccburjj, August 0- - I days. Ijiwreneeburjj, August 151 days. August l! I .days. JlurkHvllIe, August 15 t days. llrodhund, August 103 days. .I'crn Creek, August 10 I day. Shepherdsvllle, Aug. 23- -1 days. TShelliyvllle, August 22 -- t days. London, August 22 4 days. :criuaiittiwii, August 213 days. Nlclndasvllle. August 2S 3 daj. "Somerset, August 20 !t ilays. J'raiikfm t. August 29 I dnjr. .Fulton, August 2l 6 days. lartlstun-u- , August SO I duys. l'rtinkllii, August 31 3 days. Paris. September 10 diiy. Montlecllo, September .V-- 1 dayw. Alexandria, September 5 ft days. Mount Olivet, sopt ember titty. Ilodgenvlllc. Suptumbcr 6 ft duyu. I days. Hatidurs, September 0 Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, Septumber It C days. Seottsvllle, September 1 f II days. Horse Cave. SeptemlKjr 20 I days. Jtorgaiitown. September 21- -3 days. Glasgow, September 2" 1 days. Maylleh. September 27-- -I tlajs. Patliieah, October 3 1 days. The Monon Route ann .p s that it will henceforth sell tickets uUwcen Louisville and Chicago at ?6 one way, instead of $S as formerly, and $12 round trip, good 3odas returning, instead of ?i6. Patrons are of fcrcd exceptionally good service by the Monon, which on night trains fiom Louisville operates CompartPullmans-ament and Drawing-roowell as the usual straight sleeper. The day trains have Parlor and Din ing cars, and the very finest modern, new coaches. Inquiries cheerfully answered by E. II. I3acon,D.P. A., Louisville, Ky. BITTERS MEDICINE THAT BROUGHT US HEALTH THIS PEERLESS TONIC and STRENGTH GIVER Is an unrivaled IT BUILDS UP THE IT CURES INDIGESTION remedy for all troubles of I I STOMACH, LIVER AND KIDNEYS RUN-DOW- What Are You Going To Do This Year N IT PURIFIES THE BLOOD IT STRENGTHENS THE NERVES by way of making your business sucTHY IT. PRICE AND $1.00 cessful and your domestic life full of SOLD AND GUARANTEED pleasure, if you are not supplied with AH telephone service of the Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph uompany? W. BARLOW, DR. ISvcryonc should have atclcphonc. You arc connected with 2all outside Crown niul liridge Work dune At rcanonuble A important points in local connections prices. with all residences and business housOiHee up stiilm, la tUc Jones nulUHi!?. Greenville, Ky. es. For any information; call manager, IT IS THE BEST FAMILY MEDICINE ON EARTH 50c PER BOTTLE BY Druggists. MMHHMHMM DENTIST. J. W ITIie f Shannon mm (o.l bh Cumberland Telephone Telegraph Incorporated. & Co. DR. T. PtiyMjclon Sliiin-cruH- J. SLATONi lb mid fcjtirircon. WAUEIL GRAY, mm wmmmmm Oltlce CAM Ntrcot near MaliiRtrccl. DEPOY, KENTUCKY We announce to our lic that our stocks of ments arc larger and ever in our history. line of :- -: hmmmi fl HOWARD. The rrlce-Cnmpbe- I cotton picking as STRAIGHT TALK. t Progressive farming requires mors planning than farmer imagines. It does not pay t work without plans nor striv without a purpose. Select a definite object, like tho surveyor, and then ge to it. The straight line is always the shortest distar.co between two points. Fix Up the Grindstone. "When a grindstone gets out ot true," says the Prairie Farmer, "u half inch rod of soft iron held to the stone like a turning chisel while the stone Is turned will true It up nicely. If this Is not nt hand, a spade with the handle against the ground and tho edge like a turning tool will soon put the stone in good shape. If the stone becomes glazed over, nitric or sulphuric acid will cut the glazing down to tho grit" Advice About Oniens. Onions require a deep, mellow soli for best results. They should thero-for- o bo frequently cultivated and opportunity given for tho bulblets to and mature onions of good quality. They must mature beforo tho summer aun retards them; hence it is advisable to permit rapid growth. which was operated suctin a number of southern plantations last season, is said to to take Cardul, for yotjr female Furniture, Moldings, Wall Paper possess an almost human ingenufty, troubles, because wo afo sure it Its steel fingers selecting tlco ripe from will help you. Remember that We carry on our floors and in our ware-roothe unripe bolls and reaching beneath this great female remedy the largest variety of Furniture in the branches and getting bolls that i are hidden. A comparlton of tho Muhlenberg. WINE! hand and machine picked! cottott at If we do not have what you want, we the mill shows that the latter con- will get it for you. We have factory contains less waste than tlio former, nections with makers of the finest go 3 s while ln the Held Hit niu L.tie nicks. has broin, l relief to tV'Jsands of es the Ura- uruartmeot" can supply any exciu 1 I' n mount tho 'new Tiner sick women, so wny not 10 work In n day of from twenty to sive articles at less prices than city stores 1 you ? Fcr hcadaca, backaebft, or mail order houses. thirty hands. .v periodical pains, female weakOur Picture and Room Holding-stock- s ness, many havo sajd k Is "the Until a few years ago the bulk of always complete. best medicine to take," Try It the world's supply of sulphur Avas are got from the vicinity of the Italian Wallpaper is now a staple article of mer Sold in This City F3 volcanoes, but today Cte greater part chandise, being used all the year 'round comes from beneath the prairies of And we always have full selections, prices Louisiana, and only hot water and 5 cents and up per roll. compressed air are 7scd In tho mining - - Engrailing process. The Itnliun sulphur in its &ngHjf'w natural state contains r0 per cent of CST'Our Engraving Machine is the only Impurities, but the Louisiana product tests 00 per cent. Dolling water is one in this part of Kentucky, and we are forced down the space between the exclusively prepared to supply individual ton and six Inch pipes which extend Name Plates, which we furnish on all 18 THE 3REATE1T to the bed. This turns tho sulphur outfits without extra cost. to a liquid, and It is then pumped up THEATRICAL SHOW PAPER Undertaking and Embalming. through (ho smaller pipes by means IN THE WORLD. of compressed air and tlows Into vats Coffins in White Enamel and Stained 3o0 feet long. 2o0 feet wide and 10 Varnish finish; Caskets in White $4.00 Per Year. Single Copy, 10 Cfs, Enamel, feet deep. Here It cools and hardens Natural Woods, White, Colored and Black ISSUED WEEKLY. and when desired for shipment Is Cloth Covered; and Copper broken up with hand picks and shoveled into cars like coal. Some of lined airtight Caskets; all lengths, and FRANK QUEEN PUI. CO. (U4 the wells In tho section mentioned regular, extra and double extra widths. PUHLISUERS, U.TJERTJ BORIE, 4LUU03UL 4? TV. 2STU ST., NX W YOU Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes constantproduce 500 tons dally. ly in stock, for immediate delivery. There is probably no product or byBurial Robes, Wrappers, Suits,. Dresses, product of the farm that furnishes Slippers, etc., in large variety. 60 YEARS' protein In a more palatable or valuEXPERIENCE Our two licensed Embalmers respond at able form than skimmllk. Especially once to calls for such services. Is this the case when considering raOur general equipment is complete and tions for calves, pigs and ioultry. It is because of this fact that dairying of highest grade. Wc have a Funeral Car in service, subhas so much to commend it as a type ject to call anywhere. of farming and why hog raising dovc-talI haul. niHnna TeletSTTwo Private in with It so nicely as a profitable Designs side line. Under such system of man- phones, Store 72; Residence 108. Copyrights &c. Anrnnn ecndln? a nkctrh mid description may agement there is carried out very Residence 150 yards from store. quickly aacorliun cur opinion freo whether au luTcntlnn ts prolinblr puiontntilc. Conimunlc. simply and effectively a type of conPrompt service any hour day or night. HANDBOOK llonsturlctlrcoiitldcnMn!. onl'Atcnta servation which means more to the ecnt (roe. Oldoat ncmoy fur nccurinp patents. l'ntcnta taken tlirouuli Munn A Co. recelrc L. ROARK ESTATE. The J. permanent welfare of the country than tpeclal notice, without chnrco, in tho any of the somewhat spectacular and 0RIEK L. ROARK. Manager. faraway but no less worthy forms of A handsomely llltiBtxnl el Treokly. Lnrgcit circonservation which are Just now enculation of any BCtcntltlc journal. Term. $3 a venrt four months, fl. SolabyaJl newsdealer. gaging public attention. Dairying MUNN8Co.3B-.NewYork means conservation of soil fertility for Breiicn uraco. (26 F St. Waatilnuton. D.C. the simple reason that with a toubf butter worth ?G0O there Is removed from the farm but 50 cents' worth of fertilizing elements, while In the caso of raw products like corn, oats aud wheat It runs from 12 to $10 worth. mnchlnc. cessfully We Ask You HOWARD & GRAY, LAWYERS. Office In trade and the pubgoods in all departbetter selected than We cany a varied :- -: Green Bnlldinf, opposite LaMeade Hotel. ft ' DRS. HELTSLEY & HELTSLEY OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS Office at Heine, East Muin'cross Street. GENERAL MERCHANDISE and can supply most of the wants of the '. people. In Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes: " 'fotsr; $etectT6ns: 'Tclopliono o. pv1 - V. - . Etmieftit& NEW YORK CLIPPER Sample Copy Free. to BETWEEN to to Louisville and Chicago to to BEST LINE TO ft to California an,d the to Vast Northwest to to Two trains daily to We have just added an Undertaking Department to our French Lick and West Baden Springs. to business, and will carry a comprehensive line of Coffins, Cas- - if 5l W i c:i. i r ncuj, ivuuo, ouas, vviuppcis auu L'lcijbtb. At. inave a ti nearse ibo fjy i.i r :- -: :- -: :- -: Monon Route to 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. Undertaking Department .1 'Az UNION STATION, LOUISVILLE. DEAU BORN STATION, CHICAGO. f in service, on call anywhere. Orders in this line given prompt (() and careful attention any hour day or night. ! VJj Telephones: Store, No. 1. Night, No. 17 or No. 3 Dinin? and Parlor Cars. Palace Drawing Room Sleepers. E. H. BACON, D. P. A., N. W. Cor. 4th and Market Sts. LOUISVILLE, KY. to to to 1 The BRIDGES ?!B- & SHANNON CO. iii DEPOY, KENTUCKY - ls Long-Distan- ME .k f&r AT. FACTORY PRICES GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS The Secret of Youth Do you ever wonder how you can remain young, or why other women older than you, look younger than yott do? The secret can be put in a few words: "Preserve your health, and you will preserve your youth." By "health" we mean not alone physical health, but nerve health, as, sometimes, magnificently women are nervous wrecks. But whether you are weak physically or nervously, you need a tonic, and the best tonic for you is Cardui. It builds strength for the physical and nervous systems. It helps put flesh on your bones and vitality into your nerves. strong-looking Scientific JlinerRatt. WOOL HIDESandUR! WE BUY Very Serious Tho was to en many a pig farm would buy a little farm and of- - x ten fauscg th? sale ef th. bi.3 ne. Avoiding Spread of Cockleburs. One of the best ways to combat weed pests Is to prevent their spread. If the horses get a number of burs in their tails or fetlocks pick them out at once. If the roots of the pea vine collect on the shovels of the cultivator pull them off before they are carried to other parts of the field. Early Planting For Small Fruits. Planting the currant may safely bo dono from Sept. 1 and tho gooseberry from Oct 1 to the freezing up of the ground, or in tla spring C3 soon as i"r" Vcy l ' t nost tho frost Is climates. There have been frequent references BtlngBulcfs. It is a very serious matter to ask lu hortlcultureal literature during tho for one medicine and have the wead8 JL past two or three years about ever ItUcr for us Uua tfeati w commission mtf thsnls. wrong one given you. For thi3 hearing strawberries, but nothing that Reference: inj bank in Loaisrille. We furnish reason wc urge you in buying seemed to give much promise that they HsaiDSgjrrceioocr soipp-j- j. mucin prcciui. to be careful to get the genuine would amount to anything. However, Loaisrille, Kf . K.SABEL & SONS the recent experience of a Pulaski (N. BLack-draugh- T Y.) grower with the new variety seems, to indicate that It is something niorp Bulbs of all Kinds in Stock. Liver Medicine than a curiosity. He got three pickings of berries after Aug. 15 last, which The reputation of this old, reliaMiss Lena Arnold has in stock all ble medicine, for constipation. ? averaged more than 000 quarts to tho and liver trouble, ia f acre and brought him 25 cents per kinds of bulbs, and now is the time ly established. It docs not imiJat quart. The fall or ever bearing straw- to begin the cultivation. Kollowinj; other medicines. It is better berry, as It Is known, differs from the arc ready for delivery, and orders others, or it would not be the 'oininon varieties In the one respert vorlte liver powder, with a lar. r that It blossoms continuously from taken for others, and prompt decalc than all others combined. Chinese Sacred Juno until November. One crop Is livery guaranteed: SOLD IN TOWN matured at the usual time in June, Lillies, 10c each, 3 for 25; Paper and the second crop may bo secured Vhite Narcissus, Grandiflora, 2 for by pinching off all blossoms nbout Roman Hyacinths, It Is desired to 5c, 30c doz; three weeks before have the fruit ripen, when nil of tho Single White, sp each, 50c doz; strength of the vines is diverted to tho half grown fruit Those who have Bedding Hyacinths, Dutch, 5c each, Heavy.. t tasted the fall matured fruit stato that 60c doz; Forcing Dutch Hyacinths, It has fully as fine a fiavor as the Juno 10c each, $1.00 doz; Tulips, mixed, product. DE kalb.illVkansascit',mo. flti 270 We f.hin at1 vehicles Direct from our Factory C. O. I). toCnnximier fubiect to examination awl npprovalon.VMl i5ficetrinl. Itisof UicKreatcst Importance to the Glohc Ilutfy & Harness To. to have every one who deals with us a phased ami Satisfied Customer. No effort is spared to make h exccllcit value in quality of each fliipnient material, workrranship, fini.-nr.d style 'f vehicle that it will be a LrattnA AdvcrtVmrnt and brinKtismany onlers in return. If wc l ie .e you, ly selling vnu nn hoi;clly made ot d uu Middlcinuu's atapriletlif' poi;S to ur Frr-fit- . tmRV lecommend cur Oir Guarantee isnboli?tlv as peed toourc ".tottifn as tt would be to b dealer. If joolsare not ns represented jour money is returned to 'nkr- - no ri.sk. c manufacture honest A ehteles and Harness. tave our customers money, ti'.t orders rromrt'. Writo for our Trco llu&y and Harness l'i lalctfue. RL0BE BUGGY & HARNESS C0MPyN"r NO. s. TV la J6 ARDUI The Woman's Tonic 0WENSD0R0. KENTUCKY (Jlil'1"l',.4il",n)l,'l. V m AND nV Kkf( errlHxly. .rC S t .t. ieil.fMl,,(, M..lc.vntrr Kail - "" i f""' " " n!,me "My mother," writes Mrs. Z. L. Adcock, of Smith-vill- e, Tenn., "is 44 years old and is passing through the change of life. She was irregular and bloated and suffered terribly. My father stepped over to the store and got her a bottle of Cardui, which she took according to directions and now she is up, able to do her housework and says she feels like a nevvoman." Try Cardui in your own case. Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept., Chattanooca Medicine Co., Chattanooea, Tena, Home Treatment for women." sent free. book, lor Special Instructions, and HIYV ipnmiMoi Tiiti. Co. riiotoermhy io. Ic A A Til H riltniMMlMMivti-- i lirsil Beautiful pit turn. iu.m:, tyiHl.cconlc. i t ulti. Ivn, queitU.n, mm A3 T VA JUl 7 gr it you mcnuon tli . !w r I R Amor!canPhotO;ra.hy 20c doz. Subscribe for ce Rejcord 'dniy-SO- c .V'tin - iii iT ' r tv 'A Sombtimi: during the next fifteen days a few minutes might be spent profitably in reading the available An Independent Newspnper. statistics of the deaths, injuries, and fire horrors that have marked Fourth rUBMRIIKI! THtmoDATfl BT of July celebrations since the papers began to publish the ghastly record Oimkn L. Uoaiik, Owen Kick. Secretary in tabulated President. form. THE RECORD. RE CORD PRESS, Okikn LonQ-tilstan- SELECTING GOOD SATURDAY BARGAINS :AT JS' Ak?c., BREEDING STOCK. A gonllamnn recently suukchIciI Hint ho would like to buy n dairy hull. lie Hiiiri that this iiuimnl wius to lu used 011 SSsY nm t. jufinn IZENDINE'S f2i r 4 according to Ofllee In new iiiniox reirof store, cronntl floor. the provisional returns of the census taken in April, has a population of "50 CENTS PER YEAR. IN ADYAIKE. 7,252,963, an increase of 671,561 during the last 10 years. The in TERMS. The Hiilwrrlntlon nrlce itf the nnner is path is in the outer ring Me in ntlvnnee, and when the time hnn expired crease, however, to whlca it in piiltl, the paper will be Mtoppeu. of territory, showing that the peo ChtiIh of th.xnltH, obituary notices, etc.. If not longer thnn ten lines, will be published free. A ple arc moving from the crowded charirc of .So. per line will be made for Huccced lop lines. No variation of thin rule to anjrorn. centers. In the old City ot London Free nam pie copies wilt be mnlled. and the boroughs immediately about Advertisements will be Inserted. A rate card will be furnished on request. it the population is less than it was Address nil communications and make all re a decade ago. KECOKD r II ESS, mlttancea payable to I. Roark, Kditok. Tclcphine, lit. 72 . Greenville, Ky. THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1911. Entered at the OreeuTllle, Ky., postofllce as matter. aecond-claRs In-magazine atticlc Dr. Woods Hutchison declares that women are taller than those of the past gener ation. Has the doctor taken into account the high shoe heels? V v. Hon. Jamks Proctor Knott, of Kentucky, died at his home at Lebanon at 6 o'clock last Sunday evening, after an illness of soran weeks from a complication of ailments. He was one of the most ".ulturcd and popular executives the State has ever had, and while a member of Congress made for him-sean international reputation by delivering what was styled his "Du-lut- h His body was laid Speech." to rest at Lebanon on Tuesday Rftcrnoon, and many noted men from this and other States attended. quantity of foodstuffs in cold storage. fhe act prohibits the return of food Favoring a nation wide move- to cold storage when once placed ment against the wearing of high on the market for sale. Violation heeled shoes, Justice W. O. Howard of the law is a misdemeanor. Even of the Supreme court of New York tually cold storage regulation as a state said to an audience of women: means of preserving the public health " High heeled shoes are as barbar- will be generally adopted. The ous and as destructive of health as system is open to seductive abuses, the Chinese wooden shoes. They and needs the curb of statutory are as heathenish and outlandish as oversight. wearing rings in the nose or tattooIf you want that dead watch or ing the face, and they breed an unclock put to work, let Mc have it gainly and deformed race. Can I urge you to go out and advocate and he will put it to running. normal feet, such as God gave? Roark's furniture polish is some- Have you the courage to speak out what J)ctter than the rest, and is sold iirsVncm "TgTiTistn'ninYjfa sYiioTi as destructive as rum, as deadly as considerably cheaper, and with the broadest guarantee money back if opium?" not better than any you ever used. The Department of Agriculture q iotcs price of wheat June 1 at 86.3 cdftts, against 97.6 cents a year ago, and 123.5 two years ago. Corn is worth ten cents less than a year ago, and 21 cents less than two years ago. The price of beef cattle per 100 : : pounds is given at 4.59, against 5,23 a year ago; hogs per 100 pounds at 5.72, against 8.59, and wool in the grease at 14.7 cents a pound, against 22.8 cents. With such reductions in the primary markets some reductions appreciable to housekeepers must be experienced in the retail markets. lf his common cows to grmlu up the herd, and he did uol want to pny very much motiey, not over $125 and ovun Ichs thnn that if possible, which IoiuIh to the question, Wlmt U n cheap bull'.' The man doubtless could have found something for $7." or $S0. There would probably have been little dlUlculty In getting a bull that would answer the purpose for breeding his common cows, says Kimball's Dairy Farmer. On the other hand, suppose this mini would spend three I lines as much money, or SLVVO, for a bull thnt was extremely well bred and capable of transmitting to his daughters the milking qualities that predominated in his ancestry. We will suppose that the farmNew inventions new devices for er In question Is milking ten cows and year with another that he averages the storage and handling of com- 50 per cent heiferone calves. This niejuis modities, and new methods of dis- that the llrst year the bull is used live tributing makes nccccssary from of his daughters will be added to tlio suppose that ns herd. time to time new legislative regu- soon nsNow we willInto milking form they come lation. The New York Legislature they yield fifty pounds" more of butter has passed and Governor Dix has fat per year thnn their dams. This menus Hint 250 pounds of butler fat signed an act, to become immediwill be ndded to the production of the ately effective, tor the regulation of herd, which at current prices would be cold storage plants. The new law worth $75. the provides that all cold storage goods to When there second generation begins milk will be nn Income for the shall be marked with date of entry year of $150. and the bull will have and that they shall not be kept in brought from the increased milk production alone $"00, or the equivalent of storage for more than ten months, his original cost. When we add to this except butter products, which may the value of the heifers that have been be held twelve months. The State added to the herd we see that the high priced bull Health Department has authority to investment. was nn extremely profitable It costs no more to keep inspect and supervise all cold storage him than it does an ordinary animal, plants and to make reasonable rules and n bull thnt could be bought for less while he may have a pedithan and regulations governing them. gree, $1C0, naturally be will rather question-ablfile Warehousemen arc required to ns to prepotency, so that very little dependence could be placed upon a report to the State Health Depart his increasing the butter fat produe- ment in January, May and September in each year, setting forth the Gri atkr London, 8 c Can This is regular size can and standard pack tomatoes Tomatoes arc going to be higher; a good time to buy. Two Days and Two Nights aW WHAT NEED YOU CARE how hot it is if you have a good constant supply of ice in the refrigerator. So many refreshing drinks to be had, so many frozen desserts to. be enjoyed, so much saved by the of food. But there is ice and ice. Better have us serve you and thus make sure of the pure non-spoili- kind. In Louisville Greenville Light Ollice Hours: 11 1 & Water Co. )r U. 4 gBS ii. i ureenviiie, ivy. ci (INCOIirOHATKD) 7.30 to 8 a. m. Round Trip To LOUISVILLE, KY. l'houc No. Ml. I to 12 a. in. to l.HO p. m. to 5 n. in. Tuesday, June 27. 12.52 P. H. e Returning train will leave Louisville Thursday, June 29. at ..oo p. in. Seperate coaches for white and colored people. No baggage will be checked on these tickets. Get your ticket from the agent. Full fare will be charged if you have no ticket. MUHLENBERG COUNTY W. G. CRAWFORD, Agent. SAVINGS BANK Greenville, Ky, w. aEaaflaViBram"HBfc& y Insur of H: LACKWELL & BkO. future Banking business. THOS. E. SUMNER, Cashier. Appreciating' your past patronage we solicit all or part of your EB afln1ra General Insurance WeTfresent iHEyLH&Lf H rf m kinds of farm and J. H. HAYES Decorator. Painter and Interior The Ilolstcln bull whose picture Is herewith shown Is Sir Walker ScbIs 6GG72. a son of the famous King Segls 301 CS, Holstoln-Fro?lnHerd book, who has tlilrty-nlnofficially tested daughters to his credit nt flvo years of age. Eight of these tnndo records of twenty pounds In seven days as The records of the dam. grandams and of Sir Walker average 24.22 pounds butter In seven days. He ts a member of tho great Lilian Walker family and is now at the head of the Halrdland n grcal-grandaSo-g- the Home ance (o. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Y. herd owned by S. A. Baird & Son, Waukesha, Wis. One ot the advantages of being a Judge is that you can punish people if they .annoy you. Justice Page, of Good in the New York Supreme court, has Saves $ been annoyed by the racket of a gang of riveters putting up a buildWHea yow bafltKng Reesl pttwg, erery dajr'a ing near the Court house. He sent MiJ CMtf yon MeHey. The w, ibow and f to Mttkg m wis wetL Lumber cost to for the president of the bank which muchate foe want f a little paint. lam' dtuj awns the building, and told him it It coal lM to me good pajat the to go with was criminal contempt to make a ut tU We twe aolkmf but geoJ paint oa our wafk. noise interrupting the proceedings of CARTER the Supreme court, wherefore the Strictly Putt riveting was stopped during the WHITE LEAD hours the court was in session. But Oil, Pure Pr LwMe4Git expensiveTurpeniina 4LA(1 cetera die Mi steel frame buildings must be erectTbe kiss of paint we use sever cr&ckx or ed, and people who are not Judges years ef wear vnH remove it. must get along with the noise as Let ua figure with you wbe ready to paint well as they may. u and durable job- We giiajRtug 4 A Little Time Paint $$ Hon of the herd. The figures given They above arc very conservative. could be twice ns large and still be safely within the bounds of reason. On the other hand, when it comes to selling calves, even though they be erodes, a high priced bull will pay for himself several times Iu the better re turns that may be secured for such stock. It takes n farsccing man to really appreciate the possibilities of good stock, for the capacity of the better bull breeds on in accumulative effect upon the herd, while the offspring of the poor bull will never materially Im prove, and the breeder will fiud his efforts are lending hiin down hill instead of up. Paradoxical as It may seem, hi buying dairy stock, whether it Is helf ers, cows or bulls, but especially In the latter case, the high priced anlmn! Is usually the cheapest. FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY :- J GREENVILLE, KENTUCKY DIRECTORS A. Wickliffc, W. G, Duncan, G E Martin, R. T, Martin, E. J. Purycar, C. M. Martin, Jno. T. Reynolds, Jr. The standing and responsibility of the men who constitute our Board of Directors arc a guarantee of careful, judicious management. -: BONDS INSURANCE. GIVE US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT BLAGKWELI BRO S GREENVILLE, KY, KITCHEN CABINETS AT ROARK'S. acalea-ree- ly ftot-cla- price rrmoaiUr. Wt PI it is some divetsity in the statistics of fire losses, but all tab- There t ulations agree in one respect namely, the almost incomparably high rate of loss in this country. Reports from a large number of Europcau and American cities recently presented to the National Board of F,ire Underwriters showed that the general average of loss last "year in the cities reporting was 19 cents per hundred of population in Germany, 25 cents in Norway, 44 cents in England, 92 cents in France and $2.39 in the United States. The relatively high rate indicated m the reports from Republican France might impress one with the notion that larger fire losses were in' some way connected with free government; but Republican Switzerland has the lowest rate of loss of all countries less than-cents per year per hundred of population. Insurance premiums iu that country are merely nominal, and yet quite profitable to the underwriters. 5 Telephone No, 254. Wkt the Yktsr Briigs t Yw. voice, Think of owning Caruso's the talent of whole opera companies, the best efforts of 'brass bands and the-geni- Hoofs Need Attention. The feet of farm horses need more attention than they usually get. They need frequent trimming and shaping. Sometimes the hoofs will break off unevenly. Such places should be smoothed off with the pinchers and rasp. Better still, they should be trimmed off before they brenk. Frequently in winter the toe of the hoof has worn faster than the heel. This makes the hoof and ankle break too much In a forward angle aud Is extremely hard on the joints and tendons hi that region. With such feet the heels should he cut nnd rasped down until they are Jn proper proportion to the toes. As a rule tbp heel length should be just half the too longth. Banna's Green Seal "The Made -to- -Wear Paint" to You ? Formula on Every Package Does This Mean Anything It expresses the maker's faith in the product. Labor is the principal cost in painting. The material should be the best. Gocarts and baby carriages at Roark's, at prices from $2 to $ig. See the line. i orchestras, and drollery of Silage a Money Saver. The addition of silngc to a ration of Harry Lauder, etc All the world's best music of all ages, the magic corn, cottonseed meal and clover hay does not materially nffect the rate of touch of the best violinists, harpists, gnln or the selling price of tho cattle, vocalists, pianists. Funny stories but does decrease the cost of gain from and yodels,addresses by Taft, Bryan, 50 cents to $t nnd even more per 100 pounds. These conclusions seem to be Roosevelt and other leading char- 'borne out by enough data to make them practically certain. Indiana Bulletin. acters. No matter what your weakness, it can be filled by Victor reHouse and Land for Rent. cords or Victor machines. Call at Roark's and have a demonstration. The Captain Roark property, 7 Records and supplier, of all kinds in mom house, stable, fine water, lever-a- l acres of land, ready for cultivation Stock. located just outside of town, on two streets, will be rented reasonably. REVOLVING 0 Fine location, desirable home. Apply to Orien L. Roark, Greenville, X0k wii'i rzk tuxc'.i E KAUJ.ILL: YOU CANNOT AFFORD ANY OTHER KIND. FOR GALE BY " - 5. M, DEXTER a (0. Greenville, Ky. J Iijjgs for sale R. C. R. I. Reds, two pens, DcGraff and Tompkins strains, 75c. and i per setting. S. J. Landis, Greenville, Ky. ? account of the !. 0. 0. F. Reunion and also the Re- Heart state Convention at Louisville, the L Co R. R. will sell trip On 10-11, RATES TO JULY lO-l- l AisasxrrY,MO. Give us your job vork. round tickets at one fare plus 25 cents for the round trip; tickets on sale July limited ' to July 12 fcr return. w. G. CRAWFOJRD, Agent. A7' : ;, g , r.nrrr 11 i; ! n rn Death of Mrs. Tom Hall. Mr. Give us your job work. Tuesday is excursion clay. Clias. Martin, of Home Iiarlcs, Buys Sentence Sermons. JebjPrintirig ji Sr.: Us j: hWg Elw 'if (l ' are hereto serve m wilh anything in ii? of printed stationery for yortr business and pcrsoh- Wc HS & & BILL HEADS LETTER HEADS CARDS ENVELOPES W2DDIN3 INVITATIONS POSTERS OR ANNOUNCEMENTS OF ALL KINDS rlcs, last Mr. Clias. Martin, ot June 1. 1, 1S06, and died nt her week purchased from Mr. Y. G. CI reeitville real estate is in growing home near Pisgnh at 0 o'clock June Duncan his elegant resilience on demand. 15, iyu. Her community sustained Cherry street, and os (. as Mr. a great loss when death came to Mrs. Duncan completes' hi nw bunga Another big real estate deal during Hal, following an illness of short low, which will be placctl on the lot the week. duration from (lux. She realized recently purchased fromMr. Hurry Swing settees for pontics at Ro- from the first that she was not to Wilkinson, Mr. Murt;n wfll move recover, and made frequent refer- here with his family. ark's. shall be ence to the matter, being always in glad to have these people itizens of Mr. Yewcll Rice, of Uwensboro, the most reconciled slate, ami her Greenville, and the tnovu will be of was here on business this week. testimony moved all listeners to a I'intiic M. Peak, born March 5, iS.o, was married to Mr. Thomas-Hal- Here. l .r The Unglish people have said " Let George do it," and he will The best quality of work at prices that are RIGHT I. C. R. R. LOCAL TIME CARD. farmers are doing their part of the work by proper cultivation this season. Don't fail to get the first $1.75 excursion. Several showers have helped things out wonderfully, but a good rain is still needed. M. H(J 101 1IW noi.th notsn I'lni'liiiiiitt Kxprvsi Louisville Limited Central City neeommodatlmi MH TII Horyit. ll.i". mil I..M put 4.118 am 7.15 12i Louisville Lxpri'NM pin Mrs. Annie R. White, ol Charles, has been here with tives for several days. St. rela- M). . ft.lS am rnduonli mtJ Cairo neeom . . . .12.10 inn Fulton niVnimmoduttoii Now Orleans Mwlnl Iftl N O. xpeo. (Louisville pussr. only) I.Mnm W. o. Cnxwrono, Agt. June 5, 1011. 13f 121 101 Sec Coornbs & Co. before you sell your beef hides. 027 greater appreciation of the earnest, thoughtful, high plane Christian life which she had lived, as she had been a devout member of the church for more than 55 years. She is survived by her husband and the following children: Mrs. K. E. Green, Mr. V. C. Hall, Mrs. Lindscy Spurlin, Mr. Byron Hall, Mrs. Arnctt Hall. The funeral service was held at Pisgah church at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon, conducted by Rev. E. I). Ryan, and the church was crowded, Interwith relatives and friends. ment was in Old Liberty burial ground. The community has lost a lovable woman, who will be missed, and the family has the deepest sympathy of a wide circle of friends. great convenience to Vr. Martin, who has vast interests m ! county, and can more easily giva matters at tention required from this point. A Primer of Flies. I Sot by Kngeiie field. Sec the y. 11 It has not always been a tly. It used to be a maggot. The children of flics are maggots, until they arc grown; then they are flics. Learn to like other things than potatoes, beloved, as they will be exceeding scarce this year. WANDERLIED. The long white mini ha A land of marvel without end; It bauds ii lm n the ridge; tliero are Still greater thing beyond the bcud. crowded thus fur Mr. Ed Russell, of Paris, Tcnn., has been here for some days with friends. relatives and old-tim- e Mountains wlmse top wear brighter ornwiiH. And valleys drenched in deeper ease. And leagues of longer-rollindovui, And larger stars, and bluer m'h. And eitles from whose greater hearts A prouder roiee at dunk And nobler books and titter Arti. And warmer loved and truer friends. Hach day I tread the long white road, Though new delights come up with dawn. The uttfooted strctuh is like n goad To prick my heart to wander on. And ho I fare unsatisfied. The road winds on; there Is no end. I've found the world lxdiltnt Is wide. A wider Hon beyond tlte bend. Try Miss Lena Arnold's shop for high grade cloths pressing. Maggots live in manure until they are flics. Flics come from manure. They eat a lot of things that wc wouldn't cat. Flies bring matter from sickrooms and nastier places than that. Nice, clean flies I A Good Piece of Work. Sec them drinking your cofTce Dr. Henderson has a very fine and milk. , Sec them crawling on baby's face. imported Cathedral clock which was presented to him several years Nice, clean flics. ago, which has not been running Typewriter ribbons, all machines, on account of the faulty workmanship of a jeweler who attempted to at Roark's Recently he had repair it. Mr. Joe 'Long and family have work on it, and he soon in putting it in good run- moved into the Green residence, on succcdcd North College street. ning condition. It is well-know- n Glorious Fourth next. Let Mc fix your clock. Ihisds the year's loneest day- - that it takes an expert jeweler to Typhoid fever has developed early Our baseball boys arc out in natty repair a Cathedral clock, and Mr. new uniforms, and should win all the McCracken is to be congratulated this season, and there arc many cases games if they play as well as they in his efforts to overcome all troubles reported from all sections. look. encountered. Fresh, smoked and salted meats King George realized that he had of all kinds at J. E. Coombs & Co's Summer fur a large day's work, and so he selecto 20 market. niturc, porch ed the longest in the year on which sets, lawn The first Georgia watermelons ar to be made king.goods, setlast week, aud tees, cots, rived on this marketthe prices were Mc has "Big Ben," one of the moved rapidly, as Old Hickory best alarm clocks on the market. reasonable. chairs a n d rockers, etc The weather is fine, and now that There is a continued effort being in R o a r k's Lcwistbn well is to be opened, we made to reduce the ranks of the complete finny tribe, but they have not been will have a first class summer resort stock. right here at home. much hurt yet. - In liches dishonestly come by, the heirs of the third generation shall not rejoice. Solomon. The rich man is divided at last into three parts: his soul is given to the demons, his goods to other men, Ugone. and his body to the worms. Rich men get by labor, keep in! fear, an J let go with pain. St. Bernard. Luck gives great riches; a mid dling fortune !s the fruit of industry. Ming Siu Prosperity is a blessinc to a wise man, but a curse to a fool. Ming-- j Kiem. Quick money is never innocent. Stabeus. Riches docs not jconsist in the possession, but in the use of things. Plutarch. Riches change masters every day. Solon. A garment extending down .to the feet impedes the body; too great riches impede the mind. Plutarch. Epictctus, being asked who among men is rich, "He," he answered, "who is satisfied with what he has." Erasmus. If you live by Nature, you will never be poor; if by Opinion, never rich. Epicurus. Kilon, the Spartan, said that as the philosopher's stone tries gold, so riches tries men. Plutarch. Phocion, when Alexander sent him a gift of a hundred talents, asked those who brought it why he, of all the Athenians, should be giv en so much money. "Because he thinks you to be the only just and replied. upright judge," they "Then," returned Phocion, "let mc seem so." And he would not take the gift. Plutarch. It is related that the Samnites, wishing to bribe Curius Dentatus, sent him a large donation of gold. JJut he returned it, saying: "I do not love gold; I love rather to be the master of those who use it." Not to want is to be rich; not to be hungry is to be well fed; to be content with what one has is the greatest plenty. Cicero. Pao-KieSiu-Pao Good Roads Built on Short Order. The building of the two Lincoln Ways in a week, and the construction of the Tennessee State Road in two days, where hundreds of miles of perfect, permanent highways will be constructed by thousands of men and teams, scores of road rollers and graders, has aroused "the greatest interest and enthusiasm all over the South, and attracted the attention of the whole country. The proposed work will be done, and in a creditable manner, because all the people concerned are deeply interested, and are giving liberally of their time and money, and will receive the greatest of profits. There has never been such interest in improving roads as is manifest everywhere now, and the first philanthropist has donated a $2,000,000 road to the State of Delaware. May his tribe increase, and may the individual interest grow among all people, everywhere. breaths and a minute or two of resistant exercise, and you will start your day with a brisk circulation of g the blood and a sense of that will last you all day. One word more: A cold bath does not necessarily mean an icy bath, although there are many healthy persons who take it that way. Most persons, however, do wisely to experiment until they strike just the degr.ee of cold from which they react most quickly. Reaction is the whole thing proof, goal and reward. Kentucky Fair Dates. Bathing. Stt'turitay'is St. jSh n& Day, Taud many people who went down to will be observed by ttic Masons all Dawson Springs. The list is in over the country. creasing almost every Sunday. jVbark's. This is an open season now for Porch swing settees ip various squirrels, and you may kill all you Good morningl Ready for the lengths and finishes at Roark's. want if you can find them and State inspector? shoot straight and quick enough. with their The opening of the season was last Kentucky editors, Kill your dog fennel by cutting it wives, children aud sweethearts, are Thursday. , at once, before the seeds form. having their annual outing at Cerulean Springs, and great times J. E. Coombs & Co. buy beef $1.75 excursion to Louisville on are reported. hides. Highest cash price. Jiine 27. Householders are beginning prc: Miss Clara Mcyerhofcr, daughter The farmers who are keeping up parations for the entertainment of of Mr. and Mrs. John, Mycrhofer, the cultivation arc in gogd shape. the delegates to the Louisville an- who lived here several years, was nual conference, which meets here married last night at Huntington, There will be a large crowd from in September. Ind., to Mr. Earlc Kiser, of that here on the Louisville $1.75 excurplace. The bride has many friends sion. Then here who extend best wishes. Do you drink coca-cola- ? try ours. It is pure and refreshing. See Big Ben at Macks watch Taylor & Poole. a 20 The candidacy of Hon. Ruby making shop. Laffoon is attracting the keenest Messrs. Eaves & Kirkpatrick re interest all over the State, and his Mr. Patton Morgan returned from ceived this week seven Shetland many friends hope that he will re nn automobile trip to Hopkinsvillc ponies from Ripley, Tcnn., and the ceive a large majority in the DemSaturday. pretty little animals arc having ocratic primary, as they would like to see him Auditor, of course. Our drouth broken, and a few many admirers. more weeks of seasonable weather The streets of the city are being will insure good crops. A fresh shipment of "Big Ben" overhauled, ditches cleaned, alleys alarm clocks is going fast at Mack's Summer furniture a specialty at put in sanitary condition, Marshal watch shop. Pittman working many men and Roark's. Look it over. employing several teams. Lewiston well is being fitted with The sign is right now for cutting Call on Leslie Hale, "next to First new pump, the well house overfew have formed seed, weeds, as National Bank, for candies, books, hauled and the grounds being put and the cutting means killing. sundries, cigars, tobacco, etc. f3 in shape, and the public will soon be able to enjoy this wonderful Y. M. C. A. defeated Lovell's A young Kcntuckian with, two water. Mr.' Hugh Lewis will be Chapel in a score of 12 to 9. The attendance was large and the game pistols and 150 cartridges was in the manager, and keys can be police court last Saturday. Thus from him for the season. interesting. does the young idea continue to If you want a milk chocolate, Sec Miss Lena Arnold for bulbs shoot, unfortunately, in some cases. strawberry milk or Bimbo Flip, we of all sorts. Dr. James Louis Roark, who has have It. Taylor & Poole. Remember the Louisville excur completed his course in the Louission next Tuesday, when you can ville college of Dentistry, returned Victor du Pont, Jr., a member of go to Louisville and back for Si. 75. home last Thursday, and will be the well known family, died of heart here for some time. He has not trouble at his home in Wilmington, Mr. John Martin last week pur decided on a location yet. He was a Del., last Wednesday. chased another team of horses, to brother-in-laot Gen. T. Coleman S5f McCracken care for his increasing transfer -- and has the largest du Pont, and was known to many of freight business. stock of dials for timepieces ever our people, as he lived in Louisville carried in the county, and can fit many years, and for a time was enHome rendered lard i2j$c. per anything from the court house clock gaged in the making of paper of pound. J. E. Coomus & Co. to a toy watch. many kinds, being owner of the du Pont paper mills in the Falls City. Bettie May, the bright 16 months Mr. M. B. McDonald returned -f old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm the latter part of the week from a Burr Grist Mill. Durall, died at their home last Wed stay of two weeks in Cincinnati, My new burr grist mill is in opernesday, following an attack of where he attended the Clark school measles. Burial was at Cedar Grove of embalming, and appeared before ation; call on your merchants for Also ready to the Kentucky board, receiving his White Flint meal. last Thursday. furnish the public with chicken feed license on examination. and chopped'eorn. tiave liarKicy uros. repair your flues, and prevent a fire loss. rHE Record "50c. peyear. jl 28 J. A. Shaver. piston well opens next week -- good constitution, or to keep in condition one that is already good, A section of farm land, 20 to So the question of bathing habits is of acres, located convenient to city; prime importance. Health may be ready for cultivation; unproved or lost or found, as they are foolish or unimproved; will pay reasonable wise. kinds", oil, bands, etc., at Roark's. cash price. Address N. O. 21, care Like most matters of personal The Record, Greenville, Ky. fi6 hygiene, bathing resolves itself on From the number of the pesti examination into a matter of plain ferous things, someone is failing to Mr. Irvin Bright Middclton has common sense, and above all, a do his part of the swatting. ordered an Indian motor cycle, and recognition of the truth that what expects it here soon, when he will Coal business is showing slight agrees with one individual may kill test Muhlenberg roads. as an improvement, and in a few weeks it another. It may be accepted axiom at the start, that every one is thought the run will be again who has been Mr. J. G. Taylor, or poor, sick or normal. at Mudlavia Springs, in Indiana, young or old, rich ds a daily bath at least; but for some weeks, has returned home, Roark has the handsomest and it docs not follow that a feeble or and is much improved in health. most durable porch shade made, aged person needs the same sort of bath as the vigorous young college in the woodweb line. See them and use them. athlete. Farm Land Wanted! well-nee- The following nre the dates tlzed fur holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1011 an far ns reported. Ofllccrw of fairs ure requested to report to ua well-beinany ouiinlsnloim or corrections of dates. MndUonrille, July 18 3 days. Henderaon, July 2o 5 dayx. OeorKetown, July 25 5 day. Laiicnntcr, July 303 days. Providence, August 15 day. Danville, August 23 day. Versailles, August 22 days. Lexington. August 7 (5 days. Unlontowu, August 8 5 days. , Ellzabethtown, August 01 days. Vanceburp, August 0 1 duys. Lawrcnceburg, August 15 i days. Leltcutlcld, August 154 days. Uurksvllle, August 15 t days. Brodhcad, August 10 3 days. Fcru Creek, August 10 t days. ShcphcrdHVillc, Aug. 22- -1 days. Slietbyville, August 22 1 days. ' Loudon, August 22 1 days. Large line of collapsible gocarts Oermantowu, August 21 3 days. Prices right. at Roark's. Nicliolasvllle. August 293 dajx. Somerset, August 203 days. Greenville's first business ailure ' Frankfort, August 20 I days. ' Fulton, August 205 daya. iii some time ocoured last week - - Jr- - W J .DardHtown, Aupunkgh-- t dty. T Franklin, August ill 3 "dnys. , l'arts. September 40 IndicationsNcontinuc 'eood for! Monticello, September day.days. 51 Alexandria, September 55 dayH. still more rain, which is sorely need Mount Olivet, September 5 t dayn." cd. Ilodgeuvllle. September 53 days. Sanders, September 0 days. Sewing machine needles of all Kentucky State Fair, Louisville,' September .i 11 0 1ayn. Seottsville, September 13 days. Horse Cave, September 20 1 days. Morgantown, September 213 days. Glasgow, September 27 I days. Maytleld, September 27 I days.. Faducah, October 3 -- I dars. Something New! Gold Soldering Did you eye have your spectacles or a piece of jewelry mended and on examination you found a great pile of unsightly lead all over the joint end perhaps on the article itself, left there by the jeweler? 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 Wntchmnker nn! Jowoler Itoark's Furniture Storo elmer Mccracken The first Sunday in July will be Old Folks' Day at Jemigan's Chapel, and the pastor, Rev. Ryan, will deliver a sermon especially for the elderly people, who are invited to co.tne; and the general public will be made welcome, also. There arc 200,000 words in the English language, and most of them were used last Sunday by a lady who discovered after coming out of church that her new hat w.t adorned with a tag on which was written: " Reduced to $2. 75." This woman has for years delayed her purchase of millinery until the season was over, but she lost more on this deal than she gained in all her purchases. When one is ill in bed one's daily bath is attended to by a nurse or such other person as may be in charge, and is naturally tempered to the needs of the case, generally taking the form of a sponge bath. This form of bath is well adopted not only to the sick, but also to the very old or very feeble, because it accomplishes its object without undue fatigue or exposure. But when the question becomes one of the regular bath for the well, and especially for the young of either sex, whose habits in this regard, once established, will probably prevail through life, it is a different matter. There is no doubt that, when it can be taken, a courageous cold plunge each morning on getting out of bed is the best thing. "When it can be taken" refers entirely to physical effects. It can always be taken il it is followed by Never mind how quick reaction. little you like the stepping in and the plungjtig uudcr; gasping and shuddering will do you no harm if, on 'stepping out, the brisk use of a rough towel is immediately followed by a delicious sense of revival and well-bein- Passenger and freight traffic are strong holding up extraordinarily for the season, and the I. C. is doing much work along the line to be prepared for the heavy traffic which is confidently expected to open up soon. The largest line of the best baby We are to have a flour mill at the carriages In town are on display at depot, and contracts will soon be let for the construction ot the build- Roaik's. which will be of ing concrete. The site is on the lot on on the corner, opposite Young's store, and is a very convenient one. J. F. POAG & SONS Practical Watch Makers Hear varied se- lections on the Victor talking machines 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 $75 to $250. Large library of records and all kinds of talking machine supplies. and Jewelers With Our Tkirly Years in the Business. If you have a sick watch or clock that needs repairing bring it to us. Wc guaiantec a perfect cure and acuratc time. Our prices are as low as work can be done. We also handle a large stock of Elgin, Waltham, and American made watches, Clocks and Jewelry. first-class A Many persons maintain that they cannot react after a cold bath who arc perhaps honest, but quite mistaken. They have never done it properly. They hang about and wander round and "shiver on thp brink" until all the warmth of the bed and their lias been dissipated vatality lowered. Let the bath follow the stepping If yon have a watch or clock out of running order, jewelry to be re out of bed as quickly as possible; paired, or sewing machines, at of let the rubbing process be rapid and service, bring them to McCracken hard enough to redden the skin, foland get fustclass guaranteed iork. low that up with a few deep, slow Bulbs of all Kinds ia Stock. Big Stock of' Optical Getfs Miss Lena Arnold has in stock all jfr-Have your eyes tested free and kinds of bulbs, and now is the time to begin the cultivation. Following glasses fitted. arc ready for delivery, and orders taken for others, and prompt delivery guaranteed; Chinese Sacred Lillies, 10c each, 3 for 25; Paper White Narcissus, Grandiflora, 2 for 5c, 30c doz; Roman Hyacinths, Single White, 5c each, 50c doz; Bedding Hyacinths, Dutch, 5c each, 60c doa; Forcing Dutch Hyacinths, ioce'ach, Si.ootioz? Tulips;' "friiSed 20c doz. J. V. POAG - & SONS Main Street Greenville, K) Ribbons for all typewriters, legal document and manuscript covers, manifolding and other papers, legal blanks, carbon papers in. all colors,. laiid ge'dertr' office supplies at"this:" office. VTT.i.T ITTTi rfrf.i rm mr hril 1 t' tiYTUTi IWrflMTI AST M. jtfBMnyi mmi. Fvimiture, WaJlpaper, Shades, Moldings, ( Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, than the outer one is often a great help. Long continucncc in one SWAT THE FLY! i ITS A DEADLY PERIL. I position should be avoided, and the Wrpper, ' ft Slippers, Gr&ve Vailts. Disinfection m ROARK Why Not , if fe v supporting metal arch which the majority of sufferers need should be I. a Foi.i.eitf.'s weekly is fighting as accurately measured for and fitted flies us hard as its owner is fighting asany other surgical appliance. In a other pests at Washington. People should not fit arch supports Intc issue this journal suggests this store any more fhan at the ten-ceuse of formalin: they should A gooil sixcil bottle is filled with a 2 per cent solution two teaspoonfuls to half a pint of water, a snucei placed over it, and the whole is inverted. A nick is broken in the mouth of the bottle, or it may be set up on a bit of chip, so that the Grave"-- ". Tyior liquid will partially fill the saucer, a small slice af bread covered and This is a strong statement to with sugar is placed in one side as an make, but it is exactly what Mrs. added attraction. Both bottle and Thomas Taylor, of Blum, Texas, saucer may be mounted on a wooden said in expressing her opinion of or wire bracket so that :it may be this remedy. "Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine hung in any sunny corner about the raised me from the grave and I have stable or porch; or, with a little much confidence in it. I can never shelf tacked in place, the bottle may sayenough foryourjjrand medicines If anyone had offered me 5100.00 for be simply leaned up in a corner. the second bottle of Nervine that I During hot, dry weather, with no used I would have said 'no indeed.'" device will other water near, this MRS. THOMAS TAYLOR, Blum, Tex. cover the.back porch'or stable floor Nervous exhaustion is a comblack with flics that never lay eggs any inprc. It is quite possible some mon occurence of" modern life. such poisoning method employed The wear and tear on the nervous generally out ot doors would prove system is greater now than at any the cheapest and easiest way of time since the world began. For dealing with the whole fly problem. sleeplessness, poor appetite and that The bottle keeps the strength of "run down" feeling, nothing is so solution, and deals it down as needed good as so that, once set, it needs no atDr. Miles' Nervine tention for weeks, or even months. Your nerves arc your life and When the Krench first attempted lack of vital energy makes existence to dig the Panama canal yellow fever a miscrj'. Dr. Miles' Nervine will killed the workman 'and officials by tone up your nervous system. the score. The flies and the mosAsk ny druggist. If tho first bottle f aits quitoes were not generally recog- to benefit, your money Is returned. In one MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. nized as disease carriers. day three of the medical staff died. Workmen dropped in their tracks, and the flies and mosquitoes wcie F. POAQ & SONS not suspected. s. m Our Name has been before the public for 30 years, most of the time right on the spot where we are now located. Read 1 & "Dr. Miles' Nervine Raised Me From The Our Aim constantly has been to sell the best goods in our lines, at the most reasonable prices. Our services arc of the highest grade, our wares the best, and our equipment compares with the best of the larger cities. Wc endeavor constantly to increase 'our usefulness. a 4Jf ft 1 the Our Claim HENRY WATTERSON Editor. WE CAN FURNISH YOU On your patronage is based on a service the duration of an ordinary life time, and a square deal assured every one. The accumulated experience and knowledge of this third of a century arc at your command. Tlte t J. L. ROARK Estate ORIEN L. ROARK, Manager THE RECORD AND THIS 1 WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L F t &j URNITURE UN ERA L Established EALERS IREC TORS Telephones: I8?9 Long Distance Store ?2; Heine H)8 $)j $)j &j ito BOTH ONE YEAR FOR m j igf wtty i 5x 3D; f it j We can also give liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier-Journa- l. -- A The Greatest Rose Novelty of the Century BLUE &f ROSE-J- x The New Rose (Violet Blue) Mailed by the Rose Grwcrs as the Forerunner of the Corn-Senf loxcr Blue Rose. Very Ylor- ous and Iiardy. Free HwmlnS d JUST RECEIVED Many Patterns of 1911 Wallpaper i for Description and Price List i- Write Courier-Journ- al Com- J. v The BroKert'Dowa Foot. . Practical Watch Makers pany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send your subscription order to this paper NOT to the Courier- JourriaV. JOHN E. RACKEBRANDT G rccnliouscH Prlncoton, Ky. -i A lit UUIIU1UUU NUUtMl ia ildUUUl is brought about by a stretching of the ligaments and a weakening of the supporting muscles, so that the foot, aid Jewelers. With Our Thirty Years 1 fTraeWffiT f They ? meet all trains, day and night, with Bus I in the Business. Deal at home as much forced to its natural work of standing and walking, spread under the strain, 5 as possible. Build up your J and the normal arch is obliterated. 1 home town. This will I All the miserable symptoms conmake you a better home nected with this trouble are due to 2 market and enhance the ; the fact that the machinery of the I value of your property. Every Walthah Watch movefoot has broken down, and the weight ment fs guaranteed by the manufacturers ngainst nny defect in of the body is too much for it. It material or construction. This guarantee- fs without time limit, follows that there will be many and holds good tho world over. degrees of flatfoot, and of the suffera ing incident to it. Naturally, and CURE the LUNGS heavy person who is obliged to be onjiis feet a great many hours of WITH day will suffer more than one of I ght weight who is in a position where he caniiumor liis feet. This now in use is why the foot breaks down so often PBICE We have a large assortment of AtiMiio fnn "if rifA10 soo & $1.00. in early adult life, when most perrlln Trial Botllo Free Waltham Watches in Gold, Gold OLDS sons lake up their chosen occuAND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. Filled, Silver and Nickel Cases. pation. GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY If you have a sick watch or clock OR HONEY REFUNDED. Such occupations as those of that needs repairing bring it to us. trained nurses, policemen, waiters Wc guaiantec a perfect cure and and cooks will soon bring to light Best work, prompt service, give acuratc tunc. Our prices arc as low any unsuspected weakness of the as first class work can be.donc. Wc vour laundry to loc Morgan, who foot mechanism, and in many cases also handle a large stock of Elgin, will appreciate your patronage this weakness is of such a degree Waltham, and American made must be that the occupation If you have not watches, Clocks and Jewelry. changed. Many women who wish heard the Victor to take up nursing, and who are talking machines, Big Stock of Optical Goods eminently fitted for this work in gWk call at Roark's. If Have your eyes tested free and every other way, arc obliged to ou have heard them, call again and abandon it for the reason that their glasses fitted. often; they never grow tiresome feet refuse to meet the demands put T.nrrrt? library of records and all J. F. POAG & SONS updn them. kinds of talking machine supplies i He urst sign that tne teet. is Main Street Greenville, Ky. giving out is a sensation of weakness. See the very latest thing in carpet It passes off when the foot is allowed sweepers at Roark's. to rest, but soon returns when the sufferer tries tjo use the feet again Telephone No 5 and your laundry By and by the dull ache will run will be called for and delivered farther and farther up the leg; thej knee will hurt, and then the hip. Joe Morgan solicits that grocery The dull constant ache may be order, and will show his appreciation enlivened by a sudden, sharp darting by supplying the best goods at the pain, and the patient complains that very lowest prices. Quick delivery he has gout or rheumatism. and courteous treatment. If the patient neglects treatment and persists in overuse of the foot, Typewriter ribbons, legal blanks, he is driven to abnormal attitudes document covers, carbon paper at by the effort to adjust the weight of this office. White Sewing Machines, in the body, and these unnatural attitudes will presently icsnlt in a per- rotnry and vibrator; needles, Telephone that grorcry want to manent displacement of bones. shuttles, etc. in stock for all Joe Morgan and get the beM Roods The treatment of "flatfoot consists machines. ROARK'S STORE. at lowest prices of certain exercjscs designed to .Miss Lena Arnold asks the patron Get potted plants and cut flowers strengthen the weak muscles, and to age of the public, and guarantees of the foot free from Miss Lena Arnold. make passive-motio- n that satisfactory work will be done and painless. The patient must learn to throw the weignt on the Take your beef hides to J. E in her clothes cleaning, pressing and repairing shop. outer side of the foot, and to this Coombs & Co. and get the cash. a shoe with the inner border of end Give us your job work. The Record 50c. per year. the sole and heel a little thicker - The Greenville Transfer Co.! and Baggage wagon. I THE OLD RELIABLE I KSLLthe cough Waltham Watches 12,000,000 Dr. King's New Discovery I M I I H C O! OaVe tfl7CI FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS $f BY ONE PURCHASING OF OUR Hj for only 25. The regular price is Sioo. Those who bring or mail and telling this advertisement to H where they saw it will us withintofive days after seeingatitthe low rate U3 of be able have one reserved Hj $25. j I I H H jW H WHHHMRHinMi Books and stationery arc included. now, buy one for future use. No time limit. If not ready I BUSINESS COLLEGE. INCORPORATED. . I Second and Walnut Streets. LOUISVILLF vv COME and SEE THEM " I M GO, ! The J. L. EWlienL ROARK ESTATE - CUMBERLAND Longr TELEPHONE .El) & TELEGRAPH dictancD linos and telephones of this Company enablo you to talk almost anyviior in Southern indiana, Southern Iiiinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi artd Louisiana. We can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with tho people of this great ooction of the country. Wo solicit your patronage. able. Rates reasonEquipments and facilities LELAWD HVMC. Hi you waiYfc- nii ir 1 Villi tlbe IRecorb ENGRAVER fHARCOURTCO.buisvaie.Kx 1 MANUFACTURING , ilMSS . OALDtVFU, T. D. wseo. Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality. L. At