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Digital page images are linked to the text file. si trk PaYs m fk U i U f 3 Costs Nothing. or itself. of returns. sure SJ8MBH1&T Muhlenberg County is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clay J etc., and the most inviting field in Ken-- 1 The investment is Get our rates. I 8 tucky for investment of capital and pluck. VOL. XIII. NO. '20. GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1011. PASTERNS OF THE DRAFT HORSE. Kentucky 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE Fair Dales. TUB RATI: TO CHICAGO REDUCED. The following are the date nxtsil for holding Hie Kentucky I'ftlrn for 1911 a far a reported. OttleerH r are reiiuttedlo report to hs of date. any ouiuiIsmIhoh or MfohMiHVille. July IS ft day. Ilfttdcraou. July tS- - 5 any. ftr iMonoii Route Announces New Schedule DISCOURAfiED YOU ARE TOO SICK TO WORK AND YOUR WIFE IS WEAK AND AILING THERE'S HOPE AND HELP FOR YOU BOTH IN f of Fares One Way and Round Trip. by CN.DAHNITZ lilVERSIDE PA. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED O . Thftfra nrtlclos and Illustrations must not ba roprlnted without spoclal permh-slo- n. With your merry, cheering train. You may oat your till of cherries, You mny strip the brunches bnro. If you'll cull me at the stnirlw "With your sweot, soul uhcorlng air. Hark tho lnrk! Oh. mc htm yonder Soaring right Into the sun! Will ho sin? hit) little henrt out Ere his morning jrslo la done? "W'clcomo baek. sweet music teacher. I ahull Join your joyful praise To the God who mado the springtime AlAI'the golden summcr.days. -- Welcome bflclt. you tlwir old birdie. WELCOME, SWEET BIRDS! There old robin nt ray window Singing his swwt aoni; aRnllv There's the tumuli! Just hoar him warblol Listen to hrs sliver bell. Honr the linnets, wrens and starlings, Mocking Jiirds, In wood and dell. Glnd to see you back, dear birdies. You nro part of Cod's great plan To mako earth a second lid en And redeem poor fallen man. C. M. BARNITZ. IDENTIFICATION MARKS. Grnndmn luiU u luiliit or (locking Iter hens' tails to keep tlicm out of he neighbors' coops ami cook pots and, of course, got "suspicious and mad us a wet hen" when Sarah Ann Somebody clipped her chickens, conclusions ditto. Must be awfully humiliating for a proud Rltlily lo become a bobtnil, for her peroration Is not Oily ornamental, but useful. It wigwags her feelings. Does she lay a big egg or lay low some sassy henpeckor-- 1 hen her tall stands straight in I lie air. Is she sick or licked down trails tho ling at half innst. Resides, if her .steering gear, and without hor tail she mny sail to a Bad " .thin If. The time whh not very lou;,' rg when l.uiu'iiHter. .Inly u - 3 dayi. a draft horse was supixiseil to have n I'rwvMetiee, August I i dft i. Danville, Auffiml 1 -- a tiny-.- . clmrt. upright imstern and au upright: Vermillleit, August J 2la). Hhnuldrr. Tlie inference was that a Lexington. Aiigtmt 7 a days. horse with a short, upright pastcru ruiuiltowit, Atlgllat was stronger than a horse tliat had a UlltulHilhtutvii. Aujrust long sloping pastern, "i mil not preVaueebiirg, August 9 (ulayH. pared lo deny Unit statement, mtys Dr. LmvreiteeliHrg. Ailgmtt 15 - I days. I don't know but Henry (.'. IJeed. that U'ltcliflehl. August Ik I jlnys. there Is something in it. ir you take lttirksvllln, Augunt la I 1hm. Itrvdheud. August 10 3 iliiyn. n din ft horse wlili a straight up and Kern Crook, August ! day. down formation I here is n possibility, SliehtMilHVllle, Aug. it I day everything else being equal. Ui.it that Slielttyvtlle, August JJ- - cla. horse might move a heavier loud than I day. Loudon, August a horse with n springing pnstern. Why tiertnautowii, August J Silayn. do not wo want that? That Is what NMehoIaHVtlUi. August 39 -- 3 dy. draft horses are for, and If they have Sutuerm't. AugtiHt 99 8 days. a formation which will enable them to Augiiht SO - I daytt. movo a heavier load why Is not that Fulton, ugust 8U ftdays. days. llnrilstowii, Augul89 the correct formation? It is. simply Krunkllli. AugMM - 3li)s. because these horses will not wear. PaiiH. September t 6day. You all know that (he Host of those Jlotitti'i'llo. September - i days. draft horsos get Into the city; they Alexandria, September - Sdays. spend their lives drawing drays up and - Mount Ollwt. September S days. down the paved streets of the city, llodgenvitle. Septeaiber & 3 days. and every time the 'horse with a Sander, September 8-- I days. up and down formation puts straight Keutueky State l'nlr. I.ousvllle. September 0 day t. his foot on the hard pavement it is a SeottMvllle, September day s. straight up and down impact, and the Ilorae t'ave, September tO I dye. horse will become sore before he is on MoTCunto wif, Septeinltf r SI - 3 day h. tho pavement any considerable time. tllaagnu-- September 47 I day Take a horse with a pastern fairly Muyneld. September 571 days. long and sloping; every time lie puts radueali. Oetober 3 da vs. ids foot down there is a spring which relieves the concussion, and as a result of that the hoof will stand the What Are You Going wear and tear a much greater period Ulan a horse with a short up Htul To Do This Year down formation. Wo like a fairly sloping shoulder for the same reason. We ought not to be carried away with tho by way of making your business sucfact that because si horse has a cessful anil your domestic life full of H (leorgetowH, July 5S- Sdy. jtla. d. . I I I -- 1 31- 5- The Monon Route announces that it will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago at $6 one way, instead of $8 as formerly, and $12 round trip, good 30 days returning, jnstcad of 16. Patrons arc offered exceptionally good service by the Monon, uhicli on night trains from Louisville operates Compartment and Drawing-rooPullmans, as well as the usual straight sleeper. The day trains have Parlor and Din ing cars, and the very finest modern, Inquiries cheerfully hew coaches. answered by K. II. Bacon, D. P. A , Louisville, Ky. 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 5- J. H. HAYES Painter and Interior : 3 . . Decorator. : PRICE 50c AND $1.00 PER BOTTLE SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY I All DR. J. prices. Druggists. tt W. Crown anil liridgc Work done DENTIST, BARLOW, at reasonable 2;v Oulcc up tjtalru. In the JontB Bulldlnp. pleasure, if you arc not supplied with telephone service of the Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company? Everyone should have a telephone. You arc connected with all outside important points in locai connections with all resiliences and business houses. For any information call manager, Cumberland Telephone The Slilro mare KtnMall Honnlo Prliu-lirrcultli shoun. wan a first prise winner at tho international show last year. The showing' of Shlroa at tho International was about tHgJbiasastjtbiMk- - of .its klnd over puTTctt off l)n"1li5 An 'leftn contlnont. ri Mrorut. K .wily built, actlvo Kngltsh hor.so scorns to be gaining a good deal of favor among American horsomen In recent years. A noticeable feature was the lurge number of grays exhibited in striking contrast to the solid dark colors prevalent a few years ago. Greenville, Ky. DR, T. PhyHlcln'n OlHce Main-cros- s J. SLATON, I Tie 16 BKBHXS k Shannon trade and the pubgoods in all departbetter selected than Wc carry a varied :- -: (oi nctd tiureoon, WAUt it. GRAY. street near MniUBtrect. (X DEPOY, KENTUCKY Wc announce to our that our stocks of ments arc larger and ever in our history. line of x lic A Little Good Paint in Time Saves $ $ $ When your buildings need patntinevery day's deloy costs you money. The sun, ram, jnow and frost are celling in their woik. Lumber costs loo much to let it decay for want ol a litSe paint. ll costs less to use good paint than to go without it. We use nothing but good paint on our " work. CAM HOWARD. HOWARD & GRAY, (?) Telegraph Incorporated. & Co. LAWYERS. Office in Green Baildinf, opposite hMcadc Hold. CARTER Strictly Pure ORS.IeItSLEY & OSTEOPATHIC "CMlicc HELTSLEY . GENERAL MERCHANDISE andcimiiupnjyjriostof the vant$JDf the ' PQJ5p Lod5qihingJJloesr., . PHYSICIANS 'Fttriiitardftldiiigs, Wall "Paper ' WHITE Puro Liruca.d Oil, Pure Tu.penlino and tho most expensive colors'- ' v.-- ... I V' at Hrmc, Ejst MdtnorroK Street. , ring rains soon wash off those tints; some lien fancier Inuo- - A WEB TOXOU AND l'TJNGIlKD WED. though I think possibly in some cases a long pastern aud sloping shoulder are becoming a fad. I have seen horses that were too long and sloping in the pasieru and sloping too much in the shoulder, but we want to gat away from that short, upright formation, aud we ought not to go too far t lie other way there Is always danger of going to tho other extreme. Here we have a mare with a fairly well sloping pastern aud a fairly sloping shoulder, far from the old fashioned formatlou and not at all too much for the up to date dm ft horse. About Rickets. or "progressive rhaeitis." as veterinarians call it is a disease the cause of which Is uot fully determined. It is, however, most common in regions whore the soil is deficient In lime salts and In cases where the mare has been fed corn largely when in foal. This disease does not always, as mauy suppose, manifest Itself soon after the birth of the colt or other young animal, especially when It takes on the progressive form of the disease. Thoro Is no known specific for it. However, many recover when fed liberally on oats. Rickets straight up and down pastern aud shoulder he is a better draft horse. The market today does not waut it, We carry ou out floois and in our ware-rooThe kind of paint uta net cracks or the largest variety of Furnilur. in tcales only years of wear will remove it. Muhlenberg. . Let us fijjuro wilh you when ready to paint If wc do not have what you waul, vr Wc guarantee a -: and durable will get it for you. Wo have factory conreasonable. Don't put it 08. UKTWEIiN nections with makers of the finest goods in the country, and through "Our Special Louisville and Chicago Telephone No, 254. Order Department" can supply any exclu-: -: sive articles at less prices than city stores 11EST LINE TO New stock sewing machine needles or mail order houses. at Roark's for all machines. and the Our Picture and Room Molding-stock- s are always complete. Vast Wallpaper is now a staple article of merchandise, being used all the year 'round. Two trains dnily And we always have full selections, prices At We have just added an Undertaking Department to our French Lick and West Baden Springs. 5 cents and up per roll. It is a very serious matter to ask business, and will carry a comprehensive line of Coffins, Cas- fy for one medicine and have the - - IStiijralnurjt kets, Robes, Suits, Wrappers and Dresses. Also have a Hearse wrong one given you. For this fjk UNION STATION, ESTOur Engraving Machine is the only reason we urge you in buying (f in service, on call anywhere. Orders in this line given prompt LOUISVILLE. one in this part of Kentucky, and we are to be careful to get the genuine (ft and careful attention any hour day or night. DE A U BO UN STATION, exclusively prepared to supply individual CHICAGO. (ft Name Plates, which we furnish on all BLack-draughT outfits without extra cost. ui nu. iuik, nu. i. hijjui, nu. (f meuuuio. firtt-cla- u job-p- rices Tclcphotio No. 76. Monon Route Hats, Etc., we offer large selections. In Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Farni Implements and such goods our slocks are especially strong. In all departments prices will be found the lowest, and your visits will be highly appreciated. :::- rP! California Northwest Very Serious I (ft Undertaking Department Bvpiat'? g tfj (j ccntly appropriates another's calico colored cackler; then the feaUiers lly and the milouuinl dawn gets a setback. My friend, to avoid n punch, buy a punch. The one in the picture cost r0 cents, pud that foot Avcb was marked live years ago when the hen was a day' old chick. Log bunds arc most loo expensive for largo llocks. They must be changed too often lo lit tho growing fowl and they will come off. That puucli mark stays. It shows in a moment the blood line to which the fowl belongs, It records tlte age. It identities your stock when found on thieves and may help convict a midnight nock wringer, and, besides, ifyour neighbor dares you over the fence to prove your goods that little private mark quick does the trick. DON'TS. Don't have too broad a roost slat. Crooked toes. Dou't spond all your profit to win a silver cup. Itcmcmber, utility Is the foundation of prosperity. Don't blarney in business. While you may catch some with a sweetened hook you will from others get a sour look. The goods themselves will have a tnle to toll, and if they're good und advertised they'll sell. Dou't buy roosters with warts on their face, comb or wattles. Chicken-pox- . Don't cot hens, with while scale and scruff on head; neck and body. Fa- cook a fowl with gray patches its turont anu swouon eye. jJipn- icrltle roup. Don't dress a hen with dark comb and soiled Huff. Diarrhea. Don't buy dreseed chickens with full crops. Waste. Unlawful to sell, crop may sraoll. Don't get woary in well doing. Fay your subscription in advance and hurrah for the cliunce. Don't forget that at Thanksgiving geese are at their best and most In demand. Undertaking and Embalming. Coffins in White Enamel and Stained Varnish finish; Caskets in White Enamel, Natural Woods, White, Colorod and Black Cloth Covered; and Copper Liver Medicine k x f HOW THE SILO HELPS. pon't 1?, By means of the silo more of the food value of forage cah be saved than by any other method of preservation. The silo affords the meanc of keeping in small compass n large quautity of forage safo from the weather and In convenient form to food. Forage placed In the silo keeps at a uniform quality, whereas Held cured forage constantly deteriorates. Considering the food value saved, the silo affords the cheapest means for forage preserva tion. Because o the palatal and succulence silage posseptf iiigncr reeding value than doya the same forage dry cured. Conservative feeders estimate that the silo doubles the value of the forage crop. Silage can lie used in summer and fall to supplement pasture. It lias been conclusively proved that tho silo effects a considerable saving in the cost of production of beef, mutton and milk. The s!lo onnbles the farmer to keep more live stock, which promotes the rotation of crops and the preservation of soli lined airtight Caskets; all lengths, and regular, extra and double extra widths. Steel Grave Vaults of all sizos constantly 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, subject to call anywhere. E3?"Two Private Telephones, Store 72; Residence 108. Residence 150 yards from store. Prompt service any hour day or night. Long-Distan( The reputation of thi3 old, reliable medicine, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is firmly established. It does not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN F8 Dinin? and Parlor Cars. Palace Drawing Room Sleepers. E. H. BACON, D. P. A., (ft N. V. The BRIDGES & SHANNON CO. DEPOY, KENTUCKY Cor. Itli and Murket Sts. LOiriSVlLLE, KY. NEW YORK REVOLVING STROHGl URABLE. CHEAP. CLIPPER IS THE 1REA7EST SHOW THEATRICAL PAPER A Good Example "I am a good example," writes Mrs. R.LTBell, of McAlester, Okla., "of what Cardui will do for suffering women. "I suffered with my head and back, for over six years, and although I tried everything, I never could get anything to do me any good, until 1 began to take Cardui. "Cardui has surely helped me and built me up and I am so thankful that I have found something that will do me good. I feel so much stronger and better than I have in a long time." It is well to make up your mind before you are sick what medicine you will' take when you are sick. DE KALB.ILL. KANSAS CITY, MO. IN THE WORLD. $4.00 Per Year. Single Copy, 10 Cft, 1SSDED WEEKLY. Sample Copy Free. J The J. L. MARK ESTATE. ORIEN L. ROAP.K. Manager. WOOL .HIDESANorUR! Being Desltts. WE BUY ALBERT J. BORIE. FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (LM I'UHLISHERS. AT FACTORY PRICES GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS , t wc can do to take Caxdul, for ycur fomalo trouble?, because wc arc airs it will help you. Remember that fWTAii(hn nr commission mtfthnnls. Reference: any bank in Louisrille. We furnish w ool Uijjs l ice to oar shipyrs. nnte lor price lm. M. SABEL & SONS E'fc LouisTiilt, Kj. Take 270 We hlp all vehicles Direct from our rorl-r- v C. O. I, lol'nnsimirr Mibicct to et.im'n.il ion ."i approvalon ydaysfrrelrial. It isof tlie fratest importance to the (ilolic Unftiv & Ilnrncss Co. to have every one who deals with us n paused and Kocffutt issjwred to make Sutisflrd Ciihtonn-r- . each shipment such cxi cllci t valuo in imlity of material, workmanship, fluirh and style of vehicle tltnt it will be a Lnsthijl Advcrttbciucnt nnd bring us mauy orders in rttunt. If we please you, by selling you an honestly made buggy and nt n price less the Middleman's l'rolif. you will recommend our poods t your ne'ghlKir. Ot:r Guarantee isntsohitelv as'ocd toour aistomers ns it would be to n dealer. I floods nre not us represented your money Is returned tu you. You tnke no risk. Wc manufacture honest Vehicles and Harness, invuour ouNtomers money. fl!l orui-n- . pro.ntli.v. SVrilo for our Free liuy and llarscs Cutu!(4.uc GLOBE BUGGY & HARNESS C0piPAN' NO. this great fomalo remedy CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Ml other sick women, so why not to you ? For headacho, backache, periodical pains, female weakness, many havo said ft is "tho best medicine to take." Try It isH6 1 kkkAJj. 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Anrnnp s. vflr ltirclil i n is fi lirxiSHiri.'t ly-- ' rulil,': ' aont froo 'lli it .urn l'ali'iits ln'uon llirv CopvniciiTS 4c. i Designs You will be glad to take it when you are tired, miserable and when life seems a weary grind. It will put new thoughts into your head, fresh courage into your mind. If not sick now, .at least burn Cardui on to the pages of your memory, so that when you arc sick you will ask for it without thinking. If sick or weak, get a bottle today. At all druggists. Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chailannooea. TVn for Special Instructions, and book. Home Treatment for Women," scat free. 1 1. Sold in This Cily Fj mi'J dcscr'ntlon may 'ti frco wbetlior au Cummunirn. HANDBOOK on 1'utcnta Munn A Co. rocclTC I Save your home by haviug your flues repaired. Barkley Bros, do this work in best manner. A Scien'fffie Jimericait yar: linnitsmtiely Illustrated weakly. ut any roieutlUf j luriial. iiHi.- Tjirrost MM Uiudcu klbyu!l nv.vt itaierx Sew York & eo.33,BnM ocicc. c F Su Wasainmcn. V. C. months, U Tor nu. 8 a :c OWSNSBOHO; KENTUCKY . Subscribe for '"2fe Record Only 5c. Thk U. S. l'atcnt Office will soon Sentence Sermons. issue certificate No. 1,000,000, and What the sages have said of Man: it is being reserved for an invention Aii Independent Newspaper. ot notable worm, at the special re Man has been defined by Aristotle as "a reasoning animal;" by Plato 11T rODMMlEU TllUHKHATl quest of President Taft. as "a political animal;" by Dante as "a ridiculous animal;" by Varchi The Cement Industry In 1910. OltlEN L. ItOAUK, Owdii Kick. Secretary Pronlilont. and by John Fiske as "an improvThe statistics of cement Okiijn L. Koakk, Editor. in 1910, as reported by Ernest able animal;" and Bocrhavc calls Telephone, No. 72. F. Burchard, of the United States him "mud woikcd up by the hand Lona'Ohtancc Ollloe In new itmu'x reur of store, Rroutiu llonr. Geological Survey, indicate that the of God." r Man is the animal capable of cement industry ranks within the 50 CENTS PER YEAR. IN ADYANCE. political wisdom. Plato. first eight extractive industries in TERMS. Certainly man is no other than the United States, the value of the Tho iub?rlitln jirloc of tlir pniier In paya Pindar. ble in (idTiinoe, ami wnrn tno tune una jpirru cement produced being exceeded the dream of a cloud. to wlilelt It Is jiiiUI, tue paper will le Htoppcd etc., If not only by tnc value ot trie coal, pig wnv, 1 sec all ot us to uc no OnnU if llmtiliH. oliltiinrv notlccx. lAitmr than ton linos, will W miHWioil free. A charge of So. nor line will be inmlc for nnccrcd iron, petroleum and gas, clay pro- more than vain worms and shadows. Iiir IIiiom. No variation of thin rule to anyone. ducts, copper, gold, and stone. Sophocles. Free until pin oojiIoh w III be mulled. AilrorttnomuiiUt will lie Iimertcu. A rate card On the first of January, 1911, acMan is a bundle of habits. will be furtilntieu on renuont. Aililrutw aUaoinniniilrattons anil make nil re cording to responses to telegraphic KUCOKD IMtKBS, ' payable to mlttanoott requests sent by the Survey to the Oreenvlllc, Ky. A man is what he is used to. larger cement companies, it was Hippocrates. THURSDAY, JUNli 29, 1911. apparent that the Portland cement Philip, father of Alexander, had a new high reEntered at the Oreenvlllt, Ky., poHtofllcr as industry had made a servant whose sole business it was matter. cord in 1910, and it was then estimated by Mr. Burchard that the pro- to remind him that he was a human. Thk judge should have waited duction fot the year might reach It is said, accordingly, that he nevuntil the Fourth to have exploded 75,000,000 barrels. Few other es- er went from the house, and having timates ventured beyond this limit returned, never jjavc audience to the powder trust. and that it has been exceeded by any one without, first this servant There is one redeeming feature more than half a million barrels, as would say to him three times in a about the Knglish crowning Alfred is shown by the following statistics, loud voice: " Philip, thou art a man!" Austin launched no coronation ode. will doubtless prove surprising to Man is a compendium of the un nearly everyone closely in touch iverse; in his reason he is an image Tins world is so full ot a number with the cement industry. of God; in his nutritive and reproof things that we may be able to The total quantity of Portland, ductive functions he belongs to the toddle along, even if the coronation natural, and puzzolan cements pro animal order; he gtpws like a vegeis missing from the front pages. duced in the United States during table; besides he has much of the inert substance of mineials. English mkk who witnessed the 1910 was 76,934,675 barrels, valued ' Compared with at 6f,o?2,77 1. great naval review off Spithead last Epicurus said: Thou art an animal 1909, when the production was 66,- week should not draw the hasty in689,715 barrels, valued at $53,610,- - carrying a corpse. Marcus Aurelius. ference from the size of Uncle Sam's 63, the year 1910 showed an in To men, man is a wolf, not a man. battleship Delaware that the vessel crease of 10,244,960 barrels, or 15.3 Plautus. was named in honor of the biggest per cent, in quantity, and of $14,- Man, thou canst only be com in the union. state 442, 20S, or 26.9 per cent, in value. pared to the dirt from which thou Chicago is making great progress The increase in quantity is one of wast made. Gucrrazzi. in a sanitary way. Besides swatting the largest ever recorded, and the The nature a people is first rude, the flies, it has decided now to pro- fact that the increase in value was then severe, then kind, then delicate, hibit the roller towel. Furthermore, proportionately higher indicates that then dissolute. Vico. Chicago believes in the individual trade conditions were slightly more I have read, I know not where, drinking cup, free bathing beaches, satisfactory than during 1909. that man is a beast, humanity diopen air sleeping, and a sane Fourth. vine. It is not true. As for me, I The Nutritive Yalwe of Cheese. have always had to fix my eye upon Uncle Sam has come to the de Postal savings banks will serve their purpose if they do no more fense of cheese. He has been con the isolated, individual man, to rethan keep in this country the money ducting exhaustive experiments to concile myself to men in the mass. Tarchctti. that hitherto has been sent back by determine the food value of cheese, It was the tragedian, Crcbillon, immigrants to the government banks and his conclusions are these: in the countries from which they That a pound of cheese is equal who, when asked why he kept so came. Uncle Sam can make a fair- - in food value to two pounds of fresh many dogs about him, said: "Since vgly accurate guess as to what those beef or eggs and to three pounds of I have come to know men, I prefer " 4ogs.J' r i fresh" fishT savincsMoor un annually. 'Tis well said tfiat man has. no That the despised "full skim" One of the great railroad systems cheese is almost as nutritive as the greater enemy than himself. Fircn-zuolis getting into the good roads game, finest full cream cheese. the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul That highly flavored cheese don't Every man is a poet and an artist road having started the construction amount to much as "condiments' in the first years of his life; an arid of model roads leading from its that is as stimulants to digestion. desert in his last years. Tarchetti. stations at many points. The whole That green cheese is quite as The immediate end of humanity expense is being borne by the com- digestible as old cheese. is the harmonious development of pany, and already the example is That the popular idea that cheese being followed by cities and villages, is constipating is not in accord with all its faculties and forces. Mazzini. Behold the life of man: At 20 a extensions being made right along tact. peacock; at 30, a lion; at 40, a camby the communities which realize Government experiment stations el (burden bearer); at 50, a serpent the vast benefits of perfect have made tests that establish at 60, a dog; at 70, a monkscientifically the truth about the (wise); ey; at 80, nothing. Gracian. food value of the different kinds of Men could not long live in society Those retail lumber dealers who cheese including the above stated unless they were dupes of one published a list of the manufacturers iacts. and wholesalers that they did not In view of the results obtained another. LaRochefoucauld. trade with and did not wish others Uncle Sam wonders why his folks The honest man, deceived in his to trade with are now in a fair way don't eat more cheese. In his re- illusions, but still honest, is a man to discover that laws port on the subject he says: par excellence. Chamfort. were not made for the wage earners "All kinds of cheese, even the only, but apply to merchants also. very highest flavored and It is not the first time that the condimcntal cheese, have a high food Courts have pointed this out, but it value. But the condimcnseems to have escaped the attention tal value of cheese eaten in small of the Lumber Secretaries' Bureau quantities as a stimulus to the diof Information. gestion of other foods was not demonstrated. Did you ever have your spectacles Thomas H. Paynter has withSwiss, who are a very t "The or a piece of jewelry mended and on drawn from the race for the nomin- healthy people, eat largely of cheese; examination you found a great pile ation of United States Senator. This in fact, bread and cheese form the of unsightly lead all over the joint and perhaps on the article itself, left action is not a surprise to the people greater part of the diet of many of there by the jeweler? of the State; the real surprise was them. Many other European races I USE 14 K. GOLD SOLDER that he hung on long enough to put cat largely of cheese. on all spectacles and jewelry, and up his fee, which he did. by a nar"Heretofore cheese has seldom finish the joint so neatly that you row margin before the expiration of been regarded by American concan't locate the break. the time allowed. This leaves a sumers as a possible cheap staple If your watch is sick I can reclear field for Hon. OHie James, food. They use it as a luxury, in store it to health. who will receive his party's honor, small quantities at comparatively LET ME SHOW YOU which is equivalent to election. rare intervals. Americans have Mccracken Paynter was doomed from thebe-ginnin- g much to learn from Europeans of Watchmaker and Jwolr of the race, as his record in some of the possibilities of preparHoark'rt Furniture Store the Senate has always been with the ing cheese dishes." interests, against the people. This Do you drink coca-colaThen had developed strong opposition Have Barklcy Bros, repair youi try ours. It is pure and refreshing, flues, and prevent a fire loss. among the people to his continuTaylor & Poole. a 20 ance, and when he voted to whiteSee Coombs & Co. before you wash Lorimer, a man identified with Roark's furniture polish is some- sell your beef hides. o 27 the capitalists, but a member of the Republican party, the Democracy what better than the rest, and is sold Sewing machine needles of all of the State was aroused to more considerably cheaper, and with the open and vigilant opposition, and broadest guarantee money back if kinds, oil, bands, etc., at Roark's. Paynter's political horizon was nar- not better than any you ever used. If you want that dead watch or rowed. The lime has arrived when clock put to work, let Mr have it House and Land for Rent. members of all politiral parlies arc and he will put it to running. demanding that its leaders be clean, The Caplain Uoark property, 7 decent and honest, and no man has room house, stable, line waier, severFresh, smoked and salted meats chance for preferment unless his re- al acres of land, ready for cultivation of all kinds at J. E. Coombs & Co's cord will stand the closest investi- located just outside of town, on two market. o 20 gation with credit. James' many streets, will be rented reasonably. friends are rejoicing ovdivbis pleas- Fine location, desirable home. ApIf you have a watch or clock out ant situation, and his record in ply to Orien L. Roark, Greenville, of running order, jewelry to be recarries assuiance that he will Ky. paired, or seeing machines out of enlarge his usefulness to Kentuck service, bring, thero to McCracken jans. Give us your job work. and get first class guaranteed work. E RECORD :AT RECORD PRESS, BRIZENDINE'S Blue Milk Crock worth a uunrter, capacity one gallon, blue lined in. side and out. For baking and kitchen work they have no equal. 8 Cents ON ACCOt NT OF THK FOR ONLY OF COURSE SHE WANTS ICE. Hecond-claH- Every housekeeper needs it and needs it all the time. Evenv when the weather gets cool she needs it to make those delicious frozen puddings and other desserts and to make those nice cool drinks for her husband's friends. Are we serving you with ice? You had better have us do so. You don't know how much it means in the way of good living. Greenville Light Reduced Rates to Louisville July 1011 Olliee Hours: "' 11 1 & Wafer Co. (I.NCOItPOIIATED) 7.30 to 8 a. in, to 5 tl a. ra. I. 0. 0. F. REUNION AN L) to1.30 p. m. to n. ra. Phone No. 251. 4 xSjZpoj THE REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION A KSO at Louisville, the 1. C. R. R. will sell round trip tickets at one fare plus 25 cents for the round trip; tickets on sale July limited to July 12 for return. V. G. Crawford, Agent. 10-1- WALLPAPER Special Prices, at Roark's: W. D. BLACKWELL & BkO. MUHLENBERG COUNTY General Insurance We represent Insur (tidt SAVINGS BANK Greenville, Ky, ill writes nrnrinrfu kinds of firm inn future Banking business. THOS, Appreciating' your past patronage we solicit all or part of your a. awe (0; of H. Y. '.' r ( lilt uiuumv. JMNER,Xa5Hier. FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY G1YE US A :- KIKffiN (ABUTS AT ROARK'S. -: BONDS CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE. anti-boyco- tt BLACKWELL BRO S GREENVILLE, KY. r THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Something New! Gold Soldering GREENVILLE, KENTUCKY DIRECTORS W. A, Wickliffe, 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 Save $75! for only $2$. BY ONE PURCHASING OF OUR who constitute our Board of Directors arc a guarantee of careful, judicious management. FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS The regular price is 100. Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of 525. Books and stationery are included. No time limit. If not ready now, buy one for future use. elmer AIR WATER VERMIN BURQLAR ? PROOf TUC DllfCD BURGIjAH. PROOF GRATE VAUIiT 60,000 BODIES Nulllalcd Annually on "Res of U . A liAK;il VAULT nutmnls, ana Is ulrtiuht mul human Klioul,verniin.burrowlne should be employed In every vatriroof burial. Mutlo Id all sizes. fa. Dissecting The D5KER VAULT carried in slock by wot Tables. The J. L ROARK ESTATE, J Greenville. inc Line of unci , Burial GooUs. Spriftgfferd. Ohio. ) Con-.gre- Second and Walnut Streets. BTJSHSTESS COIEGIS. ircouroiiA ten. LOUISVILLE. KY. Champion CtekQlCaroig HoKcrs We Constantly Have AIJv SIZES in Stock, Vacuum Cleaners in Coal alines. Independence Day Disasters. OblPrinting BcTorr. Wc are hereto serve you with anything in Goini the line of printed stationery for your business and personjv r al use. BILL HEADS LETTER HEADS CARDS ENVELOPES WEDDING INVITATIONS POSTERS OR ANNOUNCEMENTS OF ALL KINDS The best quality of work, a prices that are RIGHT I. C. R. R. LOCAL TIME CARD. Vacuum cleaners arc said to be the means that will in the future be used for the purpose of cleaning coal mines of the dangerous coal dust that has often been the cause of so much explosion, and through which many miners have lost their lives. The machines arc stationed at a suitable distance from the scene of operation. Two men, each holding the "suction cleaners," then go over the mine, drawing the dust from the top sides, and bottom through the hose into a car or truck in waiting, which is then taken out of the mine and dumped. Expert mechanics arc of opinion that one machine could thoroughly clean a half-mil- e of entries in one night. Wheat threshing is on. Typhoid fever is rather prevalent in and around town. Swing settees for porches at Ro-irk'- s. MMITII NO. 132 101 130 nOUM. m. 1S15 lit! (Mtioliinnti lCxpn-MH.Louisville Limited Central Oil j- lU'i'DiunHxIiitiuu mutii nor Patlmmb ulitl Cairo Pultun acctiiiinKHliilioii New Orleans xeflul Louisville Jlxitros . llaiii I..M put (Wain 7.15 pm I Mrs. E. A. Taylor, who has suf fered for some weeks from fever, is p and will soon be out, it is hoped. g parlies arc now the rage, and many people from town arc going out to gather in the fruit. Black-berryin- .Vlli 121 101 I'i.t0im ;M0 jim tun 103 N. O. ?j)ci'. (I.ouIhvUIo imtwr. only) 1.50 am V. O. CiiAwroun, Apt. June 5. 1011. Try Miss Lena Arnold's shop for A WEDDING SONG. Ami on lier lover'x ni tn Mio lentil. Ami 'rouuil her waist hIic felt it fultl. Am! far llio It ill tluv wont III that now world which t the oUl ; Aurutxi the hills nml far away high grade clothes pressing. Ileyoml their utmost imrplo rim Property owners have been doing considerable sanitary work, and the city is in pretty fait condition along that line. Prof. B. F. Allison, of Oakland, Cal., who has been here a few weeks with his mother, Mrs. A.M. Terry, has returned home. Mc has "Big Ben," one of the best alarm clocks on the market. Ami deep Into the tlylny day The happy princess followed him. Ami o'er them many n slldlnj: star And many u merry wtml was borne, And streamed through many a Kulden bar. The twilight melted In the morn. And o'er them many a tlowlnt; rails Of vapor buoyed the orescent bark. And rapt thro' many a rosy eliane The twilight died Into the dark. And o'er the hill ami far away, Beyond the utmost purple rim, Ileyoml the night, n cross the day. Thro' all the world hhe followed him. ' Let Mc fix your clock. Continue to swal the flies. Half of the good year passed. tf Horse jockeys were much in evidence here Monday, but the number of transfers was not heavy neither were the horses that were traded. Independence Day is coming;1 day ot and lockjaw; day of hospitals and ambulances; day of mutilation and fire and deuth. If there is anything that is sane in the American people it is the growing revolt against our insane manner of celebrating the Fourth of July. It might be called "Incendiaries' Day"; for.on that day the fire fiend runs riot. No man having any public responsibility fails to dread it. No fire department gets through the day, and the nights on both sides of it, without exhaustion. It is doubtful if on some fifth of July an entire city may not complacently burn itself up in the faces of firemen and fire horses too exhausted by silly firecracker fires the day before to apcope with it. The paratus of our cities and towns is so overtaxed by the numberless calls which begin on the evening of July 3d that response to possible summons for help by neighboring towns or cities is impossible. Never an "Independence" Day but scores of human beings arc made for life. Life and limb arc jeopardized by explosives thrown from windows above the level of the street, setting fire to clothing and menacing the eyesight of those passing, while upon the child, who in his innocent love of noise and objective demonstration responds to our present absurd kind of celebration, falls the heavy hand of disaster. When our civilization was not so complex, it was possible for those who had the courage to leave their homes to the mercy of possible conflagrations, to shut them up and escape to the quiet of the Not so The trolcountry. ley car and the automobile follow the seeker after peace to his country retreats, throwing explosives at his head as they roar past in their reckless irresponsibility. And for what! Nobody stops to inquire. Nobody any longer cares. We have gotten wholly away from the educational significance of "Independence" Day, and lost ourselves in an orgy of fire and noise. powder-poisoning A is Sight Like This Would Be a Glorious Scene. Muhlenberg has been spending something like $15,000 per year for the past seven years.on its dirt roads. The sum not decreasing, and the condition of the roads is only slightly improving. A century of such work will bring only slight gain. What is needed now is machinery with which to build permanent roads. A road roller, which can be used as a traction engine also, a rock crusher, some dump-bottowagons, etc., would put us in position to utilize much of our own material, and aid wonderfully in handling and placing stone shipped here. This would be making an investment of our road funds, while the present system is only an expense that is constantly recurring. THE AMERICAN FLAG. Shoots At Light, Pays $21 Fine. Kitty League Ball Game. Central Auto Causes Runaway. Monday was county court day, and the weather helped to bring a fair sized crowd to town, and it was too wet in many sections for farm Powderly Baptist church has becn ers; tSLmuch work. igiu has Cl e i uCv-.otty, uiuiucr, arc you staying wun 'V; E. Coombs & Co. buy beef hides. Highest cash price. your swatting the fly job? ' Needles for all sewing machines at Roark's. Big crowd in Louisville from hereabouts, the excursion Tuesday drawing heavily. Mrs. J. F. Rice has' two delightwho will be here for some weeks. They arc Miss Ellen ttmberlake, of Huntsvillc, Ala., and Miss Lenella Wallace, of Corinth, Miss. ful visitors office, is spending the week in Louis- The new Baptist church building at Powderly has been completed, ville, Jcffcrsonville and New Albany and the dedicatory services will be with relatives and friends. held the fourth Sunday in August. There will be dinner on the grounds, See Big Ben at Macks watch- and everyone is invited to attend. making shop. Large line of collapsible gocarts Nothing could have been finer at Roark's. Prices right. than the numerous showers we have had. The rain fell gently, and nothMr. Thomas Johnson died at the ing was washed or injured. home of his mother, Mrs. Martha Johnson, west of town, last ThursThe movement for improved high- day, after a prolonged illness from ways in Muhlenberg is gaining a complication of ailments. Burial strength daily, and there will be was at Jernigan's Chapel Friday gratifying developments soon. morning. Mr. Wm. Bader, foreman of this Roark's. Greenville streets arc in better shape now than for many years. Several carloads of stone have been Everything got a boost to grow- spread, gutters have been graded ing, and everybody is feeling fine and cleaned out, bridges and tiles now. With a continuation of seasonput in shape, and everything gotten able weather, there will be immense in good condition. crops this year. -- Summer furniture a specialty Look it over. at Call on Leslie Hale, next to First Blackberries arc on the market, National Bank, for candies, books, and the supply is pretty strong, sundries, cigars, tobacco, etc. 1$ the showers saving much of what would have been a record-breakin- g Children's day was observed by supply, but tor the dry spell. Baptist Sunday-schoo- l at Powderly last Sunday nitjht, and the new A mule.got scared at an automochurch was notsufficent to house the bile and ran away, killing himself. audience. The program was an exThlC i th firct- t!nf thnt a mllla cellent one, and the children acquitwas ever known to hurt himself in a ted themselves with credit, the exrunaway, no matter at what he got ercises being enjoyed by all present. scared. Next Tuesday is the Fourth, and many outings, picnics, fishing parties and the like are being planned. It is likely that most of the business houses will be closed for a greater part of the day, anyway. There was a ball game last Friday afternoon between the Y. M. C. A. team and the Old Timers, and the score stood 12-in favor of the former team. Rain interfered with the gvne, but the attendance was large. With practice the losers could Home rendered lard zl&c. per be winners, and this they arc going to do, they declare. pound. J. IS. Coomhs & Co. 4 Muhlenberg, which has so much wealth of mineral, and ranking well in agriculture, needs a system of permanent roads, this being without any doubt the roost important thing for the consideration and endeavor of our people. Farm Land Wanted. section of farm land, 20 to 60 acres, located convenient to city; ready for cultivation; improved or unimproved; will pay reasonable cash price. Address N. O. 21, cqre The Record, Greenville, Ky. fi6 A On July 9th the n Clarksvillc and (formerly clubs will play the game scheduled for that date at Central City Athletic Park in Central City, Kentucky. A large crowd is expected to attend this game as these two clubs arc first division clubs, and both are playing good ball at present, and the followers of the game in Central City and surrounding community, who enjoy seeing good ball games, should not let this opportunity pass, as this no doubt will be one of the best games played here this season. This is no amateur game, but is one of the regular championship Summer furgames played between these two ' niture, porch And see the lightning lances driven, teams, arid the reason it is to be Vn, sets, lawn When strive the warriors of Ihestprm Q39, weighing with played in Central City is that the goods, set- And rolls the thunder drutTtifnaeii. fnender 371,600 pound, was putl law will not permit Sunday ball to tees, cots, Child ot the sun, to thee 'tis piviH in service on the I. C. last Tuesday, be played in Clarksville, where this . To guard the banner of the Old Hickory bringing train 101 out of Louisville game is scheduled to be played. To hover in the sulphur smoke, chairs and To ward away at noon. It is the first of a troupe the battle stroke The grandstand at Athletic Park rockers, etc. And bid its Mendings shine afar of six which will be run between has recently been repaired and renin R o a r k's Like rainbows on the cloud of war, Louisville and Fulton, pulling the dered more comfortable by placing complete The harbingers of victory! new trains which will soon a hood over it which extends out tock. Flag of the brave, thy folds shalV.fly, be put on. These engines are of about sixteen feet and keeps the sun The sign 'of hope and triumph high! the largest type passenger style, and out of the grandstand until late in Mr. James Barkley has been en- When speaks the signal trumpet tone arc capable of great speed, at the the afternoon, but in no way objoying ripe tomatoes from his garden And the long tine comes gleaming on. same time have great power, capable structs the view of the diamond. yet the lifcblood, warm and wet, for some days, and is about the ban- Ere of hauling a dozen coaches at a speed Has dimmed the glistening bayonet, Ladies are to be admitted to the ner raiser of that delightful vege- Each soldier eye shall brightly turn of 50 miles an hour. The I. C. is grandstand on this day without extable. To where thy sky born glories burn bringing this division right up in tra charge. And, as his springing steps advance, line with its Chicago-NeOrleans Trains on the I. C, north and Mr. Thomas Miller, of Albuquer- Catch war and vengeance from the glance. equipment, as its business through south, have been practically assured And when the cannon mouthlngs loud que, N. M., will arrive here this this section is something immense, to accommodate those who may at week, and will make a visit of some Heave In wild wreaths the battle shroud and is growing every year. The tend from either direction, and the And gory sabers rise and fall length to relatives and friends here Like shoots flame on midnight's roadbed is being improved all the L. & N. regular schedule is such as pall. of and at nearby points. time, and a faster schedule will be Then shall thy meteor glances glow to accommodate everybody who And cowering foes shall shrink beneath put into eftect by fall, it is thought. may desire to come on that road. Typewriter ribbons, all machines, Each gallar ' arm that strikes below That lovely messenger of death. Miss Essie Miller has returned The game will be called at 2.45, at Roark's from Louisville, where she is in the thus enabling everybody to stay Flag of the seas, on ocean wave Dr. C. B. Martin and Dr. L. P. Thy stars shall glitter o'er the brave; Masonic Orphan's Home, and will through the entire game and catch Moore have associated themselves When death, careering on the gale. spend the vacation here with her their train after the game is over. for the practice of medicine, and Sweeps darkly round the bellied sail sister, Mrs. James W. Barkley. And frighted ivaves rush wildly back Powderly. Dr. Martin will now be found in Before the broadside's reeling rack, ot July there were the office in the LaMcade opera Each dying wanderer of the sea Last Fourth house that has been occupied by Shall look at once to heaven ana thee 131 people killed and 2,923 were Miss Bunnie Long, of Penrod, is Dr. Moore. The new arrangement And smile to sec thy splendors fly wounded in ourioolish observance the guest of Mrs. Ella.Mitchell. In triumph o'er his closing eye. makes a strong and popular firm. of the day. Many of the wounded Miss Sallie Campbell, of Luzerne, Flag of the free heart's hope and home, were in worse shape than if they visiting Mrs. Ruth Fleming last By angel hands to valor given! The Madisonville Daily Hustler had died, as they will live miserable week. Thy stars have lit the welkin dome inlast week issued a lives of blind helplessness, suffering And all thy hues were born in heaven. Miss Janet Mitchell, from dustrial, historical illustrated edition Forever float that standard sheet! until the end comes. The property is visiting her grandmother, of Hopkins county that was a credit loss from fires ran into the hundreds Where breathes the foe but falls Mrs. Edwards. to the paper and to the county. us. of thousands. Our sister county is moving along With freedom's soil beneath our feet Work in the mines is not brisk And freedom's banner streaming o'crws? all right, and is developing rapidly Mr. J. L. Rogers returned the just now, but reports arc favorable along many lines. It is not likely, latter part of the week from Hallier, for full time soon. in Pike county, where he has been however, that they will overhaur us Mrs, G. B. Harrington and two in the production of coal, as we are for six weeks supervisingthe con- children, of Princeton, are spending far in the lead and arc progressing struction of coke ovens on coal, a few weeks with her mother, Mrs. at a greater rate in development. Porch swing settees in various property in which he is intciested. B. Mitchell. Eastern Kentucky is jumping along lengths and finishes at Roark's. Miss Katie Woods, of Carthage, JKaTMcCracken has the largest lively in coal development, and Mr. Tenn., after a pleasant visit to the stock of dials for timepieces ever Announcements of 1912 models Rogers' holdings are well located family of Mr. R. E. Frazier, has in the county, and can fit being made now by many automocarried and very valuable. returned home. anything from the court house clock-t- bile factories show great improveOur new Baptist church is coma toy watch. Politics is warming up rapidly in ments and refinments, greater adr pleted, and will be dedicated the vances having been made than in this section in the Democratic ranks, fourth Sunday in August. We arc A woman in town is getting much the icioand 1911 modelscombincd. and many forces are at work to chafing just now from her husband In addition to this, radical reduc- bring out a heavy vote at the pri- preparing to entertain a large crowd and friends over a recent purchase tions arc being announced in price, mary next Saturday. One of the that day. she made. She had been hearing and at this rate it will be only a few surprises of the past few days is the Misses Amy and Grace Longest from her friends of the advantages years more when any man who keeps wonderful strength that is being are attending the Teachers' State of an electric iron, and decided that a horse and buggy can afford to keep developed by Hon. Wm. Addams, Association at Owensboro this week. Later they will visit relatives at she wanted one, so she made a buy. a car. This has been the biggest candiate for the nomination for other points in Daviess county. When she got the article homo she Reports indicate a tidal year in the history of the trade, and Governor. tried to attach it to the telephone, every factory is increasing its equip- wave all over the State for him, and B a prosperous and as she supposed that was where the ment and buildings, in the effort to it is thought he will defeat McCreary, prominent farmer of the Bremen current was secured. But shcearn-e- d keep up with the heavier demand who until a short while ago appeared neighborhood,, was tried here by a differently, and as hVihouYe is that is to come- ncjc season. to have the race won, slowed down jury Tuesday and was adjuged a not wired for lights, and looking back. lunatic, being taken to Hopkinsville sad iron around the home, also .1 If you chocolate, for treatment. sad woman, for her iriends are Strawberry milk or Bimbo Flip, we See Miss Lena Arnold for bulb! making existence a misery. have it. Taylor & Poole. of all sorts. The Record 50c. per year. Hcn-dcrs6. -fn-"- Chas. Smith, of Drakesboro, member of a colored baseball team which was passing through here in a hack about 9 o'clock last Saturday night, took a dare from his associates and tried to shoot out one of the arch lights near comer of Cherry and Hopkinsvillc streets. His aim was not true or his pistol was a poor freedom from her mountain one, for he missed, but he made WHEN height enough noise to rouse the neighborher standard to the air hood, and when the hack reached She tore the azure robe of 'night the public square officers were right A nd set the stars of glory there! She mingled with its gorgeous dyes after him. Smith had left the hack, The milky baldric of the skies but was soon found, and at his trial And striped its pure, celestial white before judge DeWitt plead guilty, With strcaklngs of the morning light; drawing a $20 tins with costs. It Then from his mansion in the sun is said that Smith was drinking, or She called her eagle bearer down And gave into his mighty hand he would not have done the shootThe symbol of her chosen land. ing, as he is a quiet fellow of good Majestic monarch of the cloud reputation. Who rear'st aloft thy regal form To hear the tempest trumplnys loud Giant Engine On I. C. City, July 9th. Last Saturday an auto carrying Messrs. Ernest Dunkcrson, Lylc Robinson and Clyde Ruby, of Madisonville, to Mud river to join a party of friends who were there fishing, caused the wreck of a buggy and the death of a mule. The car passed through here about dark, and when it reached Ennis the party met a buggy in which were Mrs. Lizzie Jackson and her son, Wiseman. The mule was frightened and bolted from the road, upsetting the buggy and unseating the occupants. Mrs. Jackson was injured, being bruised and shaken pretty badly, but was carried home by some other parties who were also returning from church. The auto party did not stop until after passing the wreck, and did not know until afterward that the mule 1, .1 .: if tc mc uiiu i.:ii,j miuauu. much iu iuti it.' owner supposen me muie naOygone home, and even after it was not 11 until next morning, wncn tne animal was still missing, and he then went back to the wreck, and iu a few yards from the road found the body of his mule, who had bolted into a tree and broken his neck. This information was conveyed to the autoists, and it is reported that they have agreed to settle all damages, paying for the mule and for injuries sustained. This is the first serious accident that has occurred in this county from the use of automobiles on our roads, and this case appears to have been unavoidable, no blame of recklessness attaching to the automobile party. 10 i all-ste- V e leave it to you to say how good la our furniture polish. We know it is the best we can buy, and sell under a guarantee. If not the best you ever used, return and get your money quick and pleasROARK, antly. Death of Mrs. W. II. O'Bryan. three-sectio- n Mc-Henr- y, Mrs. Wm. H. O'Bryan died last Saturday night at 9.30 o'clock at her home in Madisonville, after an illness of some weeks from heart trouble. For some time her condition had been recognized as helpless, and her only daughter Mrs. George Fentres of South Catrolltqn, had been with her. Deceased was well known here, where she had lived for many years, and she had a host of friends who loved her on account of her many Christian virtues, she being a consistent member of the Baptist church. Her body was laid to rest beside that of her sou, Herbert, at Madisonville, at 3 o'clock last Sunday afternoon, and there was a large audience at the service. Her husband and daughter have the sympathy of our people in their sorrow. Mrs. J. N. Lyon, who has been confined to her room by nervous prostration for some weeks, 13 improving nicel,y and will shortly be up. o Eggs for sale R. C. R. I. Reds, two pens, DeGrafl and Tompkins strains, 75c. and $1 per setting. S. J. Landis, Greenville, Ky. Andrew Noffsinger, u years old, died of traumatic pneumonia last Sunday at the home of his father, Mr. James E. Noffsinger, near Clcaton. The boy was plowing and the plow handle broke a rib, followed by pneumonia. thereidle - wani-"atiiil- k A" ROARK Fvimiture, WaJlp.per, Shades, Moldings. Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper,, Slippers, Grsxve Vaults. Disinfection ROAR SWAT THE FLY! IT'S A DEADLY PERIL. California early took a determined stand in the warfare on the house lly, no one there has contributed more practical suggestions for the extermination of this dangerous insect than Prof. W. 11. Hcrms of the state university. Prof. Hcrms has made a study of the fly and its dangerous qualities as a carrier of disease for many years and the results of his investigations have been embodied in books, scientific treaties, and bulletins. Many of the latter have been reprinted and circulated by the Uerkc-Icy- , Cal., board of health, and this has resulted in the practical extermination of the house lly from that town and its suburbs. That body passed a stringent ordinance regulating the erection and maintenance of stables, and violators are rigidly punished. This relates to the screening of stable doors and windows and the covering of manure pits. The contents of the latter arc not only kept from flics but arc removed often and when iu the pits are treated with lime or decoctions of kerosene and acids which kill the flics' eggs. The open manure pile is banished. On the surrounding ranches the manure is not allowed to accumulate but is scattered on the fields and exposed to the sun. Empty town lots arc kept clear of rubbish which will attract flics as good breeding places. Petroleum oils, sold on the market as "miscible oils," "spray emulsions," etc., are applied on manure l and in the proportion 6f one part of oil to ten parts of water. Prof. Hcrms says: "Strike at the root of the evil. The house fly breeds in horse manures, kitchen ffal, and .the like. .Dispose of other-materia- Why Not iB' r fyAJ) TaKo One Pil, if & if 1 &j m if if if if if f if && if SJ 1 t $j it; &i Our Name has been before the public for 30 years, most of the time right on the spot wlterc we arc now located. m Read if if J The TaKe What Pill ? Why, of course. & Anti-Pai- n if if Our Aim constantly has been to sell the best goods in our lines, at the most reasonable prices. Our services are of the highcsl grade, our wares the best, and our equipment compares with the host of the larger cities. We endeavor constantly to increase our usefulness. if Dr. Miles' Pill, HENRY WATTERSON Editor. 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ROARK, Manager WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- F && URNITURE UN ERA L 1879 Lon$ Distance & IREC TORS Telephones: 4 Established Store 72; Home 103 L BOTH ONE YEAR FOR f 191! rnn nl;n Sfive liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier-Journa- l. BLUE $ K ROSE-x- ? The New Rose (Violet Blue) Hailed by the liosc Growers as the Forerunner of the Corn flower Blue Rose. Ycry vigorous and hardy. Free Blooming JUST RECEIVED Write Courier-Journ- al Com- The Greatest Rose Novelty of the Century Send for Description and Price List any Patterns of Wallpaper 1Dage cans must be used. Stalls must be kept clean of manure; stable yards and horse lots must be cleaned and scraped. "Direct methods of control are simpler and incalculably more effective than temporary, ever-tmethods as would be the application of insecticides. "Manures already infested with larvae may be treated (drenched) with a good insccticidal distillate emulsion (one part of ten of water) which has a high flash point. Crcsol compounds used five times as strong as rated foi dips are also useful, as is chloride of lime if used liberally. Both, however, arc relatively ex pensive. "Flics collected on the windows may be sprayed with one of several proprietary insecticides, a 5 percent to 8 per cent solution of formaldc hydc (a nonpoisonous liquid) sweet .cned with sugar, honey, or the like, and placed in shallow vessels on window sills and tables serves as a good substitute for arsenical and cobalt fly poisons." o White Sewing Machines, rotary and vibrator; needles, paper NOT to the Courier- insuch.away that the house fly cannot propagate. shuttles, etc, in stock for all Journal. . c .1 i n t?t .. k: machines. ROARK'S STORE. pany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send in your subscription order to this GrcctiltoiiMcs JOHN E. 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Typewriter ribbons, legal blanks, document covers, carbon pappr at this office. Telephone that grocery want to Joe Morgan anil, get the best goods at lowest prices. Mrs Lena Arnold nsks the patronage of the public, and guarantees that satisfactory work will be done in her clothes cleaning, pressing and repairing shop. the use of a goodlaxathe, to Keep the 1 owels open and prevent the poisons cf undigested food from KettingiiUo your sy ,ua. The latest product of scjence is VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup, portly vegetable, gertie, reliable and of a pleasant, aromatic taite. Velvo acts tlie lier, cs well as on tits stomach and bowels, and is ft the greatest possible efficacy in constipation, iixhgesti ,:, tiliouoness, sick headache, v: 1 cohc,llatuleiKC, etc. Try ' We leave it to you to say how good is our furniture polish. We know it is the best we can buy, and sell under a guarantee. the best you ever used, return and get your money quick and pleas If-n- antly. Feet and Sanity. ROARK. Statistics prove that sanity can be measured by the feet both in men and women, but the rules for the two sexes arc the inverse of one another. In the Paris Academy of Sciences M. Edmond Perrier read a report by Messrs. A. Marie and MacAuliffe, which appears conclusive. Sane men nave large teet, ana sane feet. Conversely, women small beware of the small footed male and Out of 100 female the normal men, according to the repbrt, 8 have small feet, and out of 100 insune .meu only 24 have for large feet. The proportions women are most exactly reversed. Twenty-thre- e sKnc women of 100 have large feet, ind, on the contrary, only'iS u$e .aent. of mad women have &Ktill feet. The ancient DCDUlar omnion that stnall foot is a beauty in women is the thus proved sound. Even The largest line of the best baby Chinese may be justified if, by reducing a woman's foot, you may carriages In town are uii display at Koaik's. increase her sanity. large-footed PKINCIPAri COME and SEE THEM BUSINESS COLLEGE. ixconroitATKD, IheJ. L. ROARK ESTATE warri Second and Walnut Streets, LOUISVILLE, KY. Lea's, you MS ecord Give us your job work. V?