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Record (Greenville, Ky.): July 13, 1911 Record (Greenville, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Greenville, Ky. : Record Press, 1899- Greenville, KY 1911 rec1911071301_sn87060049 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Record (Greenville, Ky.): July 13, 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. St P jecui u auvci tic 11 NotHittg. Costs It pays for itself, sure of returns. Get our rates. a The investment is 1 j ah GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1911. Kentucky Muhlenberg County I is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clay J getc, and the most inviting field in Ken- gtucky lor investment ot capital and pluck. gaismTxtaTwTg'.ci!;w;K!'):x!x;:yixi VOL. XIII. NO. '22. MEN BEHIND GUNS IN MAKING OF GREAT FAIR MEMBERS OF STATE BOARD AND EXECUTIVE COMMITTEEMEN ACCOMPLISH WONDERS. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE THE USEFUL DAIRY COW. Contributes More to Man'3 Necessity Than Any Othr Arimal. The dairy cow if able to express herself in a way which the hitman family would comprehend might well lay claim to bclug ninn's best friend, ays the Kansas Farmer. She might establish such a claim by calling attention to the fact that from her product ;'.nd from Iter carcass man manufactures mure of the necessities of life than fim any other similar source. She furnishes these necessities to him from Infancy until such a time as temporal things arc no longer associated with his existence, ami she does it ungrudgingly and constantly. In addition to contributing to man's necessity and his pleasure. Hie pros- - Fair Dates. THE RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED. Fair honrrt. . I v . IT-- t f r of the Kentucky State with thone chosen to servo on the executive committee, to the end Hint the ninth annual Kentucky SUile Fair may ho made the litg-wit from all stnndiralnts in the history of the Commonwealth, are us follow : Stato Fair Hoiml tlon. M. l Ran-KiCommissioner of Apiculture, chairman. Fisukioit: M. A. Scovnll, director Kentucky Kxneiimont Station, Lexington; (5. N McGrow, llfth Appellate district. Bayou; J. L. Dent, nccond Appellate district, LoItchfleM; II. S. Van Znnt, third Appellate district, lSdmonton; L. h. Donoy, fourth Appellate district, Anchorago; II. M. Fromaii. tilth Appellate district, Ghent; William sixth Appellate district. Frod II. BlncMmin. seventh Appolatu district, Stanton. lSxecutlvo Committee -- Hon. XL C. Rankin, J. L. Dent, II. S. Van Zant. H. SI. Froman and Ficd K. Blackburn, of the state, honrd, and Julius V. Caldwell Norton, C. U. Norton, Walter Glover anl Fred Ketsker, Louisville. Secretary, Ferry SI. Shy, Louisville; AsfletAnt srcictaiy, L. B. Shropshiro. Louisville. The task which these gontiemen have sot themselves to do is a hlg one, hut they have already accomplished a vast amount of work in arranging the details, in making contracts, deciding on the .total appropriations for differ out purposes; nnanging the list, providing lor improvements in the grounds and buildings and looking after (he comfort of the tens of thousands who will attend the big exhibition. Thu member logthir 5 The following are the dsten H.d the Kentucky Fairs for 1911 an far a reportuil. OtUrera f (aim are rciHeated to report to in iMonon Route Announces Ne Schedule mi; omuitDvltin or correction of dates. MariiMiimlle. .Inly of Fares One Way and Round Trip. JtUy. IleiHlerann. Jwlj Mt. HterllBK. Jnly 55 5 day. Uuorxetowii, .Inly SR 5 day. i Lancaster. July A ft ilayn. The Monon Route announces that Providence. Aiigtiitt t 5dn)H. Dam tile. AuKitat 3 3 day x. it will henceforth sell tickets between Versatile. Align! J - .' iIhj. $6 one Louisville and Chicago Lexington. Annuel 7 8 llurroilslmrjr, AnKitnt 8 3day. way, instead of $8 as forncsly, and I'nlontown, AnRinit 8 . ilaj h. 5 1 2 round trip, good 30 djv return IClisnbetlitown, Animt 0 I lnH. Vauceburx. AukuhI 0 I Ihjm. ing, instead of $16. Patrc 3 are ofUiwrcneeburK. AhbumI 12V 1 day. fered exceptionally goo-- ' .rvicc by Leltchtlcld, AitRilal IV-- 1 rinyx. i BE DISCOURAGED ' f V !. IF YOU ARE TOO SICK TO WORK AND YOUR WIFE IS WEAK AND AILING THERE'S HOPE AND HELP FOR YOU BOTH IN 'i IlnrkHVltle, Aujtimt IS -- 4 day. Cvn-thinn- Beck-man- pro-mtu- Guernsey hifor Hougc It. of the llrtcWllel.l TCCX,. owned by the Iowa State coHcrc, recently male a new world's record. In one year this great heifer bns produced pounds of butter fat nnd a milk yield of 10.003.S pounds, an nveraj?e test of 5.&S per cent. At 30 cents per pound the 611. SI isiunds of butter fnt would bo worth $183.51. and at 25 cents per hundredweight the 10.351 pounds of sktnimilk would be worth J2T..SS, or a total of 1309. 42 worth of products. Gll-- The in;wtcd two Ilroilliead. AuxHst IO3dM.M. Kern Crock, August IS- -- I dayx. KheplierdBvllle, Antr. St- I Stit'llivvllle. Auxost 12 -- dn)H. I'ohiinbla, August St I dayit. IaiiuIuii, AiiRiint 44 I days. Liberty, Anpunt 811- -8 daj. Sprlntttlehl, Anmt ft I dayn. f ierniantuwn, Ansiwt 41 t day. -- 3 Ikh. N'lcliolasvllle. Angust Somerset, Ansuttt W 3 day. IB) I day . Frankfort. Atigtibt I'tlltou, Augnnt 39- - Sdayn. liunlMuvvn, Anguaf 90 I ilit.x s. Franklin. AiiRiint 31 3 day. ParU. Suptuailn'r I Otlayx. Monticello, Septuinber .V I days. Alexandria, Septembor f- t- 5 daya. Mount Olivet, Hvptembrr 5 I day. lliHlunvllle. September 5 3 daya. Snnderx, Sf ptoiuber ft-- I tlnya. Kentucky Htate Fair, Louisville, September the Monon, which onf night trains from Louisville operates ' Compart"Pullmans, as well as the usual straight sleeper. The day trains have parlpf.and Din ing cars, and the very finest modern, new coaches. Inquiries cheerfully answered by 1. II. Bacon, D. P. A., i Louisville, Ky. ment and Drawing-roo- da. 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 Save your home by. having your flarkley Bros, do repaired, this work in best manner flues 11- dayrJ. Scottfevllle, -0 J. H. HAYES i PRICE 50c AND $1.00 PER BOTTLE SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY September 1 3 day. Horse Cave. September l I days. Morvantoivn, Scpleiuber 41 - 3 day. UI:h(;ov, September tT - I days. Mayllelil. Seiitemlwr 47 - I day. Paduenli. October 3 I daa. Murniy. October II I day. Painter and Interior : All DR. J. DC priced. OUlce up stairs, la the Jones Dalltllng. Druggists. Decorator. : W. NTIS Crow n and llrlilgo Work June at reasonable BARLOW, T. What Are You Going HORN OF PLENTY SI SUE FI R. Opcfi' Be y't. PANDORA'S BOX WILL BE "" VALED BY OFFERINGS OF RICH PRIZES. : .WOMAN of IN- - HER ELEMENT .fjcJd'eoH acdijg rain, Shew. to Iugban q men A fortifrio' In prises, offered in connection with rogular exhibit, and any number of spoclal prltes offered as inducements to tho people of Kentucky to put the very best of their products on dlsplny nt tho coming Kentucky Stato Fair, is having the effect of Interesting exhibitors to an extent never buforc known this early in advance. But, aside from the actual money to be obtained, there is that about the proparatlons for the coming monster exhibition which carries confidence with it Tho Kontucky Stato Fairgrounds, whon occupied with all that wid go "to inako up the magnificent show to bo hold for one week in September, cn Monday, tho nth. and end ing nt midnight Saturday, the 16th, will provide an array of teature su'Jl- ticnt to touipt the interest and hold the attention of any cno seeking instruction, entertainment nnd. agricul tural and technical uplift. Dainty MccJIc Vcrk. Here articles of naedle work, almost jmdless in number, eld fashioned blankets or comfoitors, uhawls, dainty articles of feminine wear, all represent ing lbng hours of ccxoful and pahiBiak' ing work, will bo shown. Another featuio which will appeal to tho women, as tho men, it the poultry depaituionL This industry has progressed wonderfully, even in Lho past year, and those In Kontucky and Southern Indiana, who arc giving tliao and nionoy to the raSs Ing of wonderfully impjoosivc speci mens in the poultry i.nu, are numborcd by the thousands. Then thore is lho Field, Scea and Grain department. The husbandman who provides the food which sustains tho greatest nation ot the eaith will he in his elorctnt when Lo roaches th'e department next September, as Eecie tary Shy has seen to it that especial attention is to bo given tho products " of the field. Prises For Best Cereal. Prominent among tho innovations will be the Boy'3 Coin Show, with prices sufficient to Unipt the best of the youthful com powers. Already over the state, tho rivalry is keen, and tho members of ths different oluus aro strivfng with might and main to pro duce specimens ot the curoal which they hopo will cryture one or mora of the premiums. Tho state has been divided into three districts for the purposes of tho corn show a:id tho prizes will bo awarded as to districts. Tlisn, to cap tho climax, thore will be a grand sweepstakos prize, which will causo the boys from some sections of Ken lucky to return home after September 1(5 next, prntdly Itonrlng the trophy which v.'ill be a One tribute to their skill and industry. In connection with the Field, Seed and Grain, Foultry and Women's De partments, respectively, Secretary Shy calls attention to the fact that the closing dates for entries, which will to ctrictly adhered to, are as follows: Womon's department, Saturday, Sop tamber 2; Field, Seed and Grain, Mod. lay, Soptombor 4, and Poultry, Tnurs-ll y V' t perlty of an agricultural community To Do This Year Is more closely identified with her than with any other of the domestic ani by way of making your business sucmals. The horse is quite essential in tilling the soli, but where necessity re cessful and your domestic life full of quires in the sturdy sou of tho cow can pleasure, if you are not supplied with take his place, as he has done in every rieultural section on earth. The telephone service of the Cumberland horse can only furnish labor and can Telephone & Telegraph Company? only return a protlt to his owner when Everyone should have a telephone. conditions are right for returning sat isfactory grain crops. It Is a well You are connected with all outside known fact that the dairy cow is the important points in local connections salvation of the fanner In times of with all residences and business houspoor crops, as she Is able to convert (he rough crops which are never a to- es. For any information call mantal failure into dairy products which ager, always have a cash value. V Telugrnph Co. J In addition, to thU aha furfur?? BkimniU;' and ;buUcr .Vsihywiuali,, plg3 ami poultry ana ierumy ior tue soli, without which a farm becomes ' less prosperous. The elimination of the dairy cow would necessitate an almost revolu Furniture, Moldings, Wall Paper tionary readjustment of man's tastes It would mean un nnd requirements. We carry on our floors and in our ware- told suffering and hardship. Of course of Furniturs in she will not he dispensed with, but her rooms the largest variety vnlue can perhaps best be appreciated Muhlenberg. by contemplating such a loss. If we do not have what you want, wc She "will continue to be man's best will get It for you. We have factory con friend as loug as the human family nections with makers of the finest goods exists aud will keep on supplying him in the country, and through "Our Special with his greatest needs just as she has- Order Department" can supply any excludouo through all the ages. sive articles at less prices than city stores or mail order houses. Clipping Horses. Our Picture and Room Molding-stock- s Clipping is not commonly practiced nnd may not he generally advisable. aje always complete. However, there are eases where it Is Wallpaper is no? a staple article of mer justiiiable. Many horses grow a long, chandise, being used all the year 'round. heavy coat during the winter. When we always have full selections, prices they are put to work the coat holds And 5 cents and up per roll. heat, retains the sweat nnd after the horse has stopped work may cause Btgiouhff - - Engrailing Sometimes long, heavy halt chills. E3T"0ur Engraving Machine is the only will not dry out entirely all night. Clipping would preveut ail tho evils onein this part of Kentucky, and we are attendant upon loug hair. Ilowcvcr, It exclusively prepared to supply individual has dangers of its own. A horse sud Name Plates, which we furnish on all denly relieved of his long coat Is very outfits without extra cost. nnd chilly to exposure sensitive Undertaking and Embalming. breezes. If he Is clipped the driver Coffins In White Enamel and Stained will havo to ho extremely careful to blanket well whenever the tenm Is Varnish finish; Caskets in White Enamel, stopped and to work the horse In a Natural Woods, White, Colored and Black blanket if the weather turns cold. With Cloth Covered; and Copper a good, careful driver clipping may bo lined airtight Caskets; all lengths, and safely done, and more satisfactory regular, extra and double extra widths. ecrvlce will result. Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes constantly in stock, for immediate delivery. Proper Horse Equipment. Burial Kobcs, Wrappers, Suits, Dresses, Good, strong harnesses and durable farm Implements increase the efllcicn Slippers, etc., in large variety. Our two licensed Embalmers respond at cy of the work horses. The horse that has a well fitted and properly adjust once to calls for such services. ed harness can do more and better Our general equipment is complete aud work than one that Is compelled to of highest grade. n poorly fitted, dilapidated bar wear We have a Funeral Car in service, sub ness to annoy nnd irritate him every Stroug ject to call anywhere. step he takes while at work. Tele 5?Two Private and durable Implements reduce break age to a minimum nnd avoid delays phones, Store 72; Residence 108. Residence 150 yards bum store. required to make repairs during the busy senson. Fly nets are necessary Piompt service any hour day or night. during thesuunmer If the horses aro to Ihe J. L. I'OARK ESTATE. hold their flesh and the drivers their temper. They are uot an expensive ORIEN I. P.OARk. MonaCfr. luxury and will last a long time If well cared for. " Long-Distan- Greenville. Ky. DR. Oniee CAM JIaln-cro- I'MiynlcluM T. JB SLATON, ntitl Utirccott. Htrci't near Main street. WADE lie '.13 lb BRIDGE:S & .SHANNON 10. 1 DEPOY, KENTUCKY Wc announce to our that our stocks of ments are larger and ever in our history. line of lic :- -: HOWARD. It. GRAY. HOWARD & GRAY, A Little Good Paint in Time Saves $ $ $ When your butldlna need Daiptrtrvcrvdv' delay costs you money. The sue, rata, snow.Md Irost are ccttmc 1: t;.nr work, i- -i taker coat mu mat it LAWYERS. Ollice In Green Building, opposite LaMeade trade and the pubgoods in all departbetter selected than We carry a varied :- -: Hold. DBS. HELTSLEY &, HELTSLEY GENERAL MERCHANDISE jfiS-- v wn n' pa-n- and can supnly most of the wants of 'thgj'y.sfe '5 Hats, Etc., we offer large selections. lh Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Earm Implements and such goods our stocks arc especially strong. In all departments prices will be found the lowest, and your visits will be highly appreciated. :- -: :- -: :- -: We tuc nothing but gooi t on ow witice at Home, tasl Matn'crois S'rcet. Tclopliono No. VS. CARTER Strictly Purr WHITE LEAD Pure Linseed Oil, Puro Turpentine and the most expensive colors kind of paint wc use never cracks Qt scales only years of wear will remove it. Let us figure with you when ready to pabt Monon Route WET WEEK ft ft (ft $ V '.'. , . The Louisville 11 and Chicago Wc guarantee a reasonable. and durable Don't put it oft. EST LINE TO job-p- rices Telephone No, 254, New stock sewing machine needles California and the "Vast Northwest Two trains tliitlv French Lick and West Baden Springs. UNION STATION, LOUISVILLE. DEAR HORN STATION, CHICAGO. Undertaking Department We have just added an Undertaking Department to our business, and will carry a comprehensive line of Coffins, Cas- fj kets, Robes, Suits, Wrappers and Dresses. Also have a Hearse f in service, on call anywhere. Orders in this line given prompt (f) and careful attention any hour day or night. !i at Roark's for all machines. Very Serious It is a very ocrious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BLAck-DraugH- fe ititpuuio. Dinin? and Parlor Cars. (ft Palace Drawing Room Sleepers. E. H. BACON, D. P. A., N. W. Cor. 4th luitj, nu. i. mui, uu. it ui mu. j. The BRIDGES & SHANNON CO. DEPOY, KENTUCKY f 0 T and Market Sts. KY. Liver Medicine The reputation of this old, reliable medicine, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is firmly established. It does not imttato other msdicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sols than oil others combined. SOLD IN TOWN FJ LOUISVILLE, NEW YORK CLIPPER IS THE SREATEST SHOW THEATRICAL $4.00 Per Year. ISbCED PAPER SO Per Cent Better ! IN THE WORLD. Single Copy, 10 Cis. WEEKLY 1 M. WOOL HIDESandFUR! If BciajDeila,. WE BUY Sample Copy Free. FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (Ltd tm ALBERT J. BOIUE, i,,lBI''SUERi5l "I have used less than one bottle of Cardui," writes Mrs. Gertrude Ward, of Rushville, Neb., "and am feeling fifty per cent better than when I began taking it. "Before taking Cardui, I had suffered, with female trouble, for eight years. My greatest trouble was irregularity. I also suffered with severe pains, every month, but now I am greatly improved and will recommend Cardui to all my suffering friends." 'A AT FACTORY PRSCES we an do beUtrlornatbinafcntsofComiBUsieo Reference: idj back in Loobrilk Weal Haj free lo oar snipprrs. mut SABEL & SONS 1 & JfJ itrc&tib. furnish pticeim. GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS Take J 48 is: Horse Notos. Behind tho uncurried horse rides a worried man. About six months of age Is the proper time to wean a stroug foal. Horse manure is much better AgKbe mixed with other manure and $j5ed over by swine. Provide n clean, dry bed and ncer nllow a horse to lie on bare boards or stand in wet manure. "When the foal Is taken nwny from the mare he should have n box stall that is well lighted and ventilated. Sheep Vorthy of Good Care. Tho common opinion that sheep should be kept r.s scavengers and that they will thrive best on tho farm that is too pour lur uiuer kiuus ui uvu the opinion stock is twin brother-tthat white bonus tbrlve best ou a poor, hi A thin soil. Ens.'4 The Woman's Tonic The rare medicinal herbs of Cardui are imported by the manufacturers direct from Europe and are not to be found in any other medicine. Tliese ingredients are what give Cardui its superiority, as a female medicine and tonic, over any other medicine. For over 50 years Cardui has been the favorite woman's medicine. The ladies like it, because it is so easy to take, so gentle, so safe, so reliable in its results, and they have faith in its curative tonic powers, because of the thousands of other ladies it has helped. Try it today. Write to- - Ladies' Advisory Dept.. Chattanoora Medicine Co.. Chatfanooca. Tenn., book, "Home Treatment fsr Women. ' sent free. for Special Instructions, and We Ask You to tako Cardul, for ycur femalo troubles, because vc aro sure it will help you. Remeniber that NO. this great female remedy 270 We ship all vehicles Direct from imr Fm iory C. O. 1. loC'oilstlllUT Mlhject to cxaiiiiii.tl:u:i ..iil TflA D ' RKS has brought relief to thousands of 3incr sick women, 50 wny not 10 ,you ? For headache, backache, periodical pains, female weakness, many have said 11 Is "tho H best medicine to take," Try ii I ! Anrono sr ndirj nrhcth nnd description may 'tmirii ircu wnumcr on nwt'iilr ft'W "U nM ir pro tuMo. CuiimuniCA rr i.n.teni it. HAN0B00X o.t I'ntcnts t ilmi.Vtr.'SrlT twtonts. rut froo. OMrat u.'rm T lur HccuruiB Co. rucoWo r.ttonto tnfccn through Munn ti ffYCtnl nott, without chnrco. In tho. Copy"' r3&c. 43 (mjiroaloli.vjlas lire trial. It isnf the yvcU .t Horn, s Co. t" luiporloii. e tu Ihr (;(iIm UuiW) will. is a pU..,-c.ul ha c evciy one whoilc-ulcna t.. ijntlsrtct! CuKtomer. Not ffoit t .riuv ct egh shipment such cxccilcifiri-- value ard .'yic f mslerial, trorkmanship, vehicle that it will lc Tjistinji AilcrlVincnt ii J Scientific J8meriemi. A iay, September 7. Sold in This Ciiy P3 i 13 a ttnr HpiontiBc Journal. Iourmontlw.il. So'lbyall n mtalerfc - New York ftlUtiH &Co.3SlBrofcd linndsomoljr lllnatratert weekly. T nnd brlnRiisiuniiy orders in rcuirn. If i pic e you, by eclliiiKyou nil honestly made htiKgy and nt a price less the Miilillonmn's I'roflt. uu will neighbor. Our rcciminciid our pools to your toourc-istomcrGiinrnnloo lsnlolutcly as 1coed S3 it would be to n denier. fronds arc not as your moucy Isreiurnedto you. You tchonoribk. We manufacture honest Vfiifcles and U.irorM. tnveour euMoniccs nioney. till (vrdcru iromil. SVritu for our Free ltu&ly and llarnofcS Caiulcuc. SL0SE BUGGY & HARNESS COfilPyW OWENSB0RO. KEfiTUCKY Braucli Office. CSS V BU Yatllwrt. 1. C. Subscribe for life Record Only 50c, L. l.' lllMl. .4 ut this a lr iv Radium Clock. ;.! t'n. i; k.'.-;..- i A.i r. .i- - rat RECORD Oi ryg-lan- mSS, ,i h r.t: :: L. L Te!r . w. rh?nc 4.t r.4- 50 (WS MRUAR. TtiU.M! I. 1' i ; . i ' lit ADVARlf. T'-.- f Mo in ..! tC IH4 I i.i.i li th.;t tii.m W illi-- I ":;:h',u. uly this en J ; !. .tut !.(Sl lllnntll w uuM W t.iki- oi. inc. .il n .'ur .ill.u .iii-.I l Car i.- lit in t ... . .Ui:l i i i"-t- . lll Fr N .iiiii :it.1..1 I. n. i, i l!l II', in cr lit ( IsCHll 'otitic-I A'Mi'.-rWill 4.. A.l.lr.'K-BlIU.-tlK'l-' . .ill .l .llr in 4lt I'l'l4.' nn n '.tli t i I'.i hi i f .il! ro- sin , the niily has i.ilit ;i (iciifi.il in1 ilit JtLY W. WII. lu m k t il oi u'rr THURSDAY, KntereU At tlx ml n.rti.T iii.itlfr. pi'i mining letter ,uiior to iMm atil Illicit If ilmii' hot uv.ilhei. i; rvt'usol h will mtioduce the :i !ill in Connies ti that cflei t. I' the ple ot the I niled Statea coulil be .issured f a Mjuare deal in the maltei of railway rates the foundation w ould th' ti be laid for square Mr. A i the apjiroath o! iyi.in all forms nearly dealing Hryan appears io lo nioic ofatie business.. Railway rates in the Fourth Uattle fume ot mind. ton. h imb. try at every point. The price i.i" tlio farm product is fixed by lio.l recent weather iepi..i! itj the cost of putting it in the market. appears tli.it the North needs lot er The cost of manufacturing depends thermometers to register its tempar.i on the price paid for the assemblage ture. "I fuel and raw material and the c .it r in .4 of the finished product to 'i il full tirketh from both parties No field, political talk will now the p ii.t of use or export. in the list, .alii bni survive with tariff be on the program h:avy f r sum ami r iil way underpinning knocked nier and tall. Iroin under it. No port or city can Am'SO the hardware imporleri eiijiiy to the full measure its natural have been frisking I nele Sun out advantages ot location as a trading centre without of a few millioiis. lc(idcly this is or manufacturing assurance of the good will and getting inlwcsting. good faith of its carriers. , There is RitMKis from the agricultural dis every reason to believe that in the tiicts imlicatc that the i rops this long run the rule of the square deal summer arc too big even for the would prove as advantageous for the servants as for the served. seventeen ear ItKUbt. jji-Uj i I Ii' ijucer, but ohl the Northern cities are suttciin;; li;in i c Lur.itn. this summer. lI timed that, if not touched, liuin timepiece invented by .. ;bbhman, ;i.e Harrison Maitiu- would run for 30,000 years. i.e. in an exhausted urtvessel, is supported a tube .!.:.; i:mg a small quantity of radi- n electroscope is attached t. Iowlt end of this tube. It of two long strips of silver. 1. natural action of the radium an electric charge into the s 's nd causes them to separate until iey touch the sides of the SMwhere they arc instantly dis d and fall together 11.11:' again. two minutes this operation is pcated automatically, so that each Ivat of "this wonderful timekeeper is in reality two minutes long. The most trustworthy clock in the world is said to beth.it in the basement of the observatory at Berlin, installed in 1K05. This clock is inclosed in an air tight glass cylinder, and has frequently run for two or three months, with an average daily deviation of only 15 Vet astronomers ths of a second 0 are not satisfied even with this remarkable accuracy, and their efforts are constantly in the direction of more ideal conditions for a clock, by keeping it not only in an air tight case, but also in an underground vault, where neither changes of temperature nor of barometic pressure can ever aflect it. 1 , ' i d W. G. Duncan, Pres. V. A, WicklilTc, Vic MkjRDAY rrr -- A bargains T (jmille J. Liolil & Water Co, INCORPORATED BlRIZENDINE'S One Bbl. Best Patent Hour, $4.05 One A. OILMAN, Gen, Mgr., Sccty. and Treaa. Sack " " 80c. ee9oc9oeo'a9coaooocoeoC89ooeeeasoooaoooa This is a good lime to buy Flour,- as it is You will as cheap as it is oing to be. be paying more in a few clays. HE LAUGHS AT THE HEAT when he sees us delivering a nice big piece of clear crystal re. The man of the house at once has visions of cooling drinks and comfortable times. Better order us to begin delivering at once. You have no idea how ice helps solve the warm weather desert problem besides saving many times its cost in preventing food waste. S Digger ana setter man JLver cod NINTH ANNUAL 0 ..XOUISVI3LLE.. SEPTEMBER 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 1911. Greenville Lights Water Co. (I.NUOHrORATCD) I'LL BE TI1K11E2 WILL YOU? Ollice Hours: 7.30 to 11 1 S a.,m. House mill I.nml for Kent. The Captain Roark property, 7 room house, stable, line water, several aeres of land, ready for cultivation located just outside of town, on two streets, will be rented reasonably, l ine location, desirable home. Ap ply to Orien L. Roark, Greenville, Ky. Dont's for Grooms. THRILLING FREE ACTS DAILY RACING - - LIVE STOCK SHOW FINE HORSES - - GOOD MUSIC -- CLEAN MIDWAY - EDUCATION- HEAD-ON COLLISION SATURDAY- MO KI5 CLASSES AND L AUGER PREMIUMS THAN EVER For information or catalogue write to -- Phone No. 251. to 12 a.m. to 1.30 p. in. .4 to 5 n. m. PERRY M. SKY, Secretary, No. 320 Paul Jones 3uildinM V?' C) Lord thou hast made us for thyself, and our souls arc unquiet until ador to Kngland could be more they rest in thee. St. Augustine. readily distinguished as an Go with each of us to our rest; if any awake, temper to them the THE St'no fourth i here, new cin "hpirs of watchiogj and when the day jj&Urjtfs call us up with mpfntufrfhoes all due respect to the hands we clasp across the sea, wouldn't it be a tine change if our next embass- Willi Sentences From Great Prayers. rife qVb y.tfii(f tire p&opJMhat are bn.it. (uuyui ig ub nuiipv u iiuppuiesb eiinii be our portion and if the day l)C marked for sorrow string to endurejT owertTine. Don't imagine you are anybody. Don't miss the train. Don't say a word. Everybody will know it. Don't let go of hci hand; you might lose her. Don't hand the conductor one ticket, as usual. Don't speak of "my wife" too ofurn. Wait till t you net use to it. tebnly hus TiT! 'n-ii'"Tin ludc for her y ' M I .1 II II I i IH'i I Ji General 15S We represent the Home Instir A 4t Some one in your home prefers vocal music. Youj'd rather have instrumental. You can both be suited with a Victor Double-face- d Record. Two records in one almost. at the nrirr nf nn ly-iuu- in one 1 I i i, 73 cents; 12-inc- n, Si. 2. . mI " Out What with the abundant cotton crop and with the prospect of cheaper ami ltugcr supplies ot foreign wool the problem of clothing the of American eoplc promises nil enrly a.ntl satisfactory solution. 1 k Illinois pier says that 65 people, died in Chicago one duy as n direct cause of the heat. This is not charitable to the deceased as it indicates that extra steam was being put on as they reached their ' II. L. Stevenson. Make us of quick and tender conscience, U Lord, that discerning vc may follow every suggestion of thine indwelling spirit. Chistinc G. Ross etli. Grant unto us, almighty God, of thy good'spirit, which if we have the storms of life can 'hurt us but little and the cares of life vex us not at all. George Dawson. Grant unto us that the fire of thy love may burn up in us all the things that displease thee. Roman it. I3rc-viar- y. Don't think she has never traveled without you. Don't be disturbed when people look your way anil smile. Don't sjy "we" when "I" is what you mean. Don't forget to pjiit two names on the hotel register. writes i nrnnnrftr M1UUUU. kinds of firm ind ante (rj. of fi. Y 'ih IU ROARK MUHLENBERG COUNTY Roark's furniture polish is somewhat better than the rest, and is sold considerably cheaper, and with the broadest guarantee money back if not better than any you ever used. Fresh, smoked and salted meats of all kinds at J. E. Coombs & Co's market. o 20 Sewing machine needles of all kinds, oil, bands, etc., at Roark's. FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BONDS GIVE US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE. SAVINGS BANK Greenville, Ky A London paper estimates that if there were but on,c potato in the world a caxefi:! cultivator might! produce 10,000,000,000 potatoes frtjm itin io years. From which it apjeafs that in sonic respects the pptato is like the fly, the main difference bciog that the fly crop never fails. Tub parcels post would bring the small producer iiito touch with the coniuiner, apcl thereby cut down the high jct- of Hvinst. The parcels pot wophl wipe out the possibility of a jwstal deficit and provide revc-nu- 8 orjough to build several battle-skip- s a year besides. The parcels would- be more convenient to the hi nil population than the uxpre service is. And the parcels post would, bo n better regulator of express charges than the Interstate Commerce Com mists 10 11. - l0t - WtuuliiMoUor nml vNim-.lo- r lilt III I' c l;ai . Just at thta season of lire year the public may overlook without reading, or fead without attention, the IH 1.1 Hi eight manufacturers of heating apparatus have combined. But winter is coming and it lakes three or four years after a case has More than nine out of ever arisen to learn from the Supreme ten cases of rheumatism a;e Court whether a. given combination simply rheumatism of, the is in reasonable or unreasonable muMclfS, diiu to cold or damp, restraint of trdc. It is a nutter of hi or rhionic rheumatism. seme interest regardless ot the Shersuch cases no internal treatman law aud U.. nniibuai ui.it of ment is required. The fm: the Depattn sot ot" J utice the proapplication of cess of orgaiiizir' r inbin :s on without rfs!rnt. Th,? rir.t are formed faster than th 5 r..ni-:C"n dis solve them. he cr. p' tnts that bu bin ess is paralyzed by the pernic-ou- s is all that is noded audit ir l activity of the CoverLin-.-nin to give quick relief. Gheit down Trusts do not receive If you want that dead watch or running n trial and see for yourself how much support from t'ae record of clock put to work, let Mc have it quickly it relieves the pain and new Trust formations. and he will put it to running. oorcucss. Trice 25.; largv sire, 50c-k'-M.-th;r-.:1 Lift my soul ubovc the weary round of harrassing thoughts to thy eternal presence. Pusey. As thou hast given to us a life of high vocation, so may thine own breathing in our hearts interpret for us its sacred opportunities". James Marlincau. t) eternal light! shine in our hctjrts. U eternal goodness! deliver us from evil. O eternal power! be thou our support. ; Eternal wisdom, scatter the darkness of our ignorance. Internal pity, have mercy on us. Alcuinf A. D.780. It is too small and unsatisfying, whatsoever thou bestoweth upon me, apart from thyself; or revealcst to me whilst thou art not seen; or promiscst whilst thou art not obtained. Thomas A. Do not punish me, I beseech thee, by granting that which I wish if it would offend thy love, which I would have always live with me. Ste. Theresa (A. D. 1515 Make us, ,U Lord, to flourish like pure lilies in the courts of thine house, and so show forth the fragrance of a good life. Mozarabie Sacramentary. O God, perfect in us love, that we may conquer ail selfishness and hatred of others. Henry Alfred. Lord, I know not what I ought to ask of thee: thou only knowest what I need; thou knest me better than I know how to love m)sclf. Teach me to pray, i'ray. thyself iu me. U Francois Ksudou. Let rrs cixtT consider tij y true happiness .is d.. pending en roything that can befall n:e outwardly, but as consisting altogether ia conformity to thy will. Henry Marty a. methina New! I Gold SoideriMRexamination of unsightly and nerhans there by the - BLACKWELL GREENVILLE, BRO S KY. future Banking business. THOS. E. SUMNER, Cashier. Appreciating your past patronage we solicit all or part of your Did you ever have your spectacles or a picc of jewelry mended and on you found a great pile lead all over the joint on the Article itself ltf jeweler? THE BY ONE fIRST NATIONAL BANK PURCHASING OF OUR I USE 14 K. GOLD SOLDER on all spectacles end jewelry, and finish the joict no neatly that you can't locate the break. If your watch is sick I can store it to health. LET ME SHOW YOU re- 3 FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS The regular price is Sioo. Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will he able to have one roeeved at the low rate of 25. Books and stationer v are included. No time limit. If not read v now, buy one for future lisc. fr only $25. GREENVILLE, KENTUCKY DIRECTORS W. A. Wickliffe, W. G, Duncan, C. E Martin, R. T. Martin, E J. Purycar, C M. Martin, Jno, T, Reynolds, Jr. elmer Mccracken The standing and responsibility .cjf the men who constitute cur Board of Directors are a guarantee of careful, judicious management, A Clean Man Outside clcanlipcss is less than half the battle. A man may scrub himself n dozen times n day, and still bn unclean. Good health means cleanliness not only outside, but inside, h means n clean stomach, clean bowels, clean blood, n clean liver, and new, clean, healthy tissues. The man who is clean in this way will look it and act it. He will work with energy and think clean, clear, healthy thoughts. lie will never he troubled with liver, lung, stomach or blood disorders. Dyspepsia and indigestion originate in unclean stomachs. Blood diseases are found where there is unclcaa blood. consumption and bronchitis mean unclean lungs. Chamberlain's Liniment PRINCIPAL Br. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery ETJSI3STESS COLLEGE. IOOKIORATKU. j j Second n.nd Walnut Streets. LOUISVILLE. KY. prevents theso discnacs. It malrc3 n man's insSdcs clean nnd healthy. It elenra the digestive organs, znnfcc3 puro, clean blood, nnd clean, healthy flesh. It restores tone to ths nervous system, and cures nervous exhaustion and prostration. It contains no alcohol or drugs. Constipation is ths most unclean unclcanlincss. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets euro it. They never gripe. Easy to take as candy. habit-formin- g ' lii llil Hh iin 'Hit ii c - tVX ., . . . . ; . ... .... .... . J0b Printing ;' Sen lis Before 6oin$ CIss- ultorc. ' Wc arc hereto serve you with anything in IIU Hill. VI pi III l VU stationery for your business and person-- j lately, 5. al use. McGnry and Goodrich closed very successful week nt the Lj r c Saturday night. The baby pictures certainly draw the crowds wherever Mr. M. Ji. McDonald has been they are put on. Madisonville confined to his room for several Hustler. days, suffering from a slight attack Big crowd from here attended the of fever. Republican convention in Louisville Pic uics are not so numerous Tuesday. Svlit-t-t 1 Rube At of tUc wltb .It nitllo-- hire tlte ieky KiIpk to kill, . Tank hljmilf to till. found mi WIhmi of uiu lly my skill luul tnmle an pihI Full li If a lmu lieU of tboui wens there aMII. lly Killer. f 6 i Grover Ross Safe in Arizona. BILL HEADS LETTER HEADS CARDS ENVELOPES WEDDING INVITATIONS POSTERS OR ANNOUNCEMENTS OF ALL KINDS ami the reason has been sugThe Western fever is being4 entergested that people are too busy to tained by several of our people, and give up many days to this sort of wc are likely to lose some of our amusement. people who are being lured by the mountains and plains. Get ready for the show at the opera house, beginning night. tomorrow The best quality of work at prices that are RIGHT I. Mcssn. J. T. Chatham, Leslie Hale and Matt Wickliffc arc in Louisville this week. time some the Just about people had the crops burned up by the drought, rain fell. Business has been above the average here tor the season, and with good crops almost assured now, merchants arc planning for heavy fall business in all lines. Moving pictures, pictures of local babies, illustrated songs, all at the opera house beginning tomorrow night, and for a week. Messrs. G. M. York, 1'. H. Lewis, U. Poole, D. J. Duncan, 'IV N. Belcher, W.' D. Blackwcll, C. Roark, T.J. Sparks, R. O. Pace were among the Muhlenberg delegates to the Republican convention at Louisville this week. D. (. R. R. LOCAL TIME CARD. MIHTIt NO. 102 101 130 IIOI'MI- - Jim Buckncr, colored, was electrocuted at Eddyvillc last Saturday, being the first to die in the chair under the new law. The prison physician thoughtlessly felt of the pulse of Buckncr before the current When you sec an item like this, had been turned off, and he came that refers exclusively to the hot near being killed a'lso. weather, the best thing for you to Summer fur- do is to skip it. niture, porch sets, la w n Coming The Baby Show. . rover, son of Mr. W. J. Ross, of this city, has written his father from Tucson, Aru., telling of his safe arrival at that place, and rerounting some of his experiences while in the Mexican insurrection. Ross was a member of the outfit under Cap'. Williams, a deserter from the U. S. 6th. Cavalry, and saw much' active service undei this brilliant jleader, who was killed just before the war closed. Grover says that ,'ic received a slight wound on ti . face, from a saber thrust, but thmlru- - will soon be all riht. It is sported that all soldiers who enlist 1 were promised 360 acres of land if the insurrection won, and Ross i& intending to make his claim, and locate on the land. G lit Louisville KxprrNt t'lnclimatl KxiirvHi Lmilnvlllr UniltcO Central City nwoimmxlntloii MK'TH . Il.af.ain 1.51 T. 1ft goods, set- . pin tees, cots, .''A so. 185 121 IIUtMI. .11.40 pm . a. id pin 101 NVw OrlciiiiH eHH-la- l 10.) X. O. np-f- . (Louth lllc puKsr. only) lAMntn W.G. CnAwroRD, ARt Juno 5. 1011. Pmluonh niiJ Onlro ai'in Fulton neconitntHlattoii ft.l5.im MAN. He's only a puie t iniy licr Mils Tny for ber liatM and frockn antl frill: An onoorl to take her to ami fro Wherever hhe think bhe wiiiiIh to po. To call for her when the liririgo pauie's dune; To ttyiupathlic with her Rrlof or fun. A Hutnelhlnj; to tell her trtniltlos to; To chirk her up when hhu thlnkn mIui'm blue To take, but never to jrlve her advice. To tell her her horror of hat look nice. , To post her letters and wind the cloek. And hook ujt the back of her modish frock. To strap her suit ease and nud her kIuvoh, And listen to tales of her loves. In fact to do all she may say or ask. fool Unit he loves thu task! And he's such a ' ' Republicans and Democrats now know who they arc going to help get state offices. ( Visiting auto parties arc keeping interest aroused here in motor cars, May field and Fulton arc to have but not to the point of inducing any of our people to make purchases. postal savings banks shortly. v Mr. Robt. Hardison, Jr., is in .Many of our people arc making Lexington to the annual meeting of special visits to the depot to get a look at the new 1000 class passenger the State Bar Association. engines, which are by far the largest The school per capita has been an- and finest ever seen here. nounced, and is $415, an increase Hopkinsvillc has used 64,000 gal Jfrpm S4.05 last year. lons of street oil this year, paying . t. l iccuic3 tor ail sc'.TiDg machines Mt four and a half cents a gallon for it. The. city used $600 worth and prqpierty"ownersuscd the balance paying Blackberries arc' still on the at the rate of 4 cents per foot for market, but the next week will wind the oil spread along their property lines. them to a close. , L Don't fail to sec the cinameto- Commercial travelers of various kinds have been here in large graph motion pictures at the Baby Show. numbers recently. Mrs. I. J. Kahn .anil Miss Kahn, of Louisville, were several days duriug the week visit to Mrs. Lucy Yost and relatives and friends. Construction on Mr. E. A. TayEva here lor's new residence is being rushed on a right aloug and the framing will be other completed in a few days. Typewriter ribbons, all machines, What you lose, we lose; let's at Roark's neither lose come to the Baby Madisonville has a representative Show. bunch of Elks in Atlantic City this By a recent decision of Postmaster week to the annual convention. General Hitchcock the pay of all rural route carriers on standard Concrete men are absolutely overroutes will be raised $100 per yearj run with work. making' the pay $i,ooo.' There arc Talk of a big coal consolidation about 40,000 of these employes, is again on. and so the raise will amount to Mr. Paul Pannell is rePorch swing settees in various joicing over the order. lengths and finishes at Roark's. Let Mc fix your clock. J. E. Coombs & Co. buy beef Mr. Duncan Hamilton will leave hides. Highest cash price. for Buffalo, Mo., today, to be gone Miss Lena Arnold was in Madisonten days on business. ville aday or so during the week. Mc has "Big Ben," one of the Mr. J. N. Lyon was in Louisville best alarm clocks on the market. one or two days this week. Now that rain has fallen and the Home rendered lard i2)4c. per thermoract'er has dropped, we J. E. Coombs & Co. resume our boost of this place as a pound. summer resort. Can you beat it? Large line of collapsible gocarts Try Miss Lena Arnold's shop for at Roark's. Prices right. high grade clothes pressing. The Tickets. Dr. James Louis Roark was in Both political parties have met in Louisyille a few days during the convention and. placed their standweek on'business matters. ards in the hands of candidates. The parties named doubtless did not Dr. N. .C. McCown and wife, of please the whole of the party that Belton, were here on a short visit did the choosing, and certainly Sunday afternoon. faults will be found by each of the opposing parties, which do not adSwing settees for porches at mire the ticket which they will vote against. The outcome cannot be The farmer who has been doing predicted with any certainty, for his part is not complaining about over and above all paity lines the his crop prospect, or his outlook in independent voter Is to be reckoned with, and his number cannot be as any respect. 0. Ro-ark'- s ccrtained. A derailed car on the south end of Oakland switch delayed passenger If you have a watch or clock out trains 121 and 122 for more than an of running order, jewelry to be rehour last Saturday afternoon. paired, or sewing machines out of service, bring them to McCracken Give us your job work. and get firstclass guaranteed work. Old Hickory chairs and Mr. W. II. Gray is in Lexington f& '" ! rockers, etc. attending the annual meeting of the in Roar k's State Bar Association. Hon. Wood-rocomplete Wilson, of Niew Jersey, was the stock. guest of honor, and made a notable address. The extreme heat of the past two weeks has caused hundreds of deaths Officers of Green River Association over the country, and there have Soldiers. been many people who have commitOn July 4 the following officers ted suicide while suffering from the were elected at Ccntcrtown, Ky., of heat. the Crccn River Association of soldiers: President, J, M. Aviation is becoming general all over the country, and almost every Bishop; Vice President, J. II. day some new air record is made, Hayes; Quartermaster, Joseph Rich often by some person unknown here- ardson; Chaplain, J. C. Truman; djutant, 1. P. Reid: chairman tofore. Committee on Arrangements; J. K. Herbert Cobb, who murdered his Freeman, Sr. The next annual sweetheart, Miss Ella Cravens, near meeting will be held in Central City Hopkinsvillc last May, was sentenc in 1912, on the 4U1 of July. ed by a jury to life imprisonment. Phc case attracted wide attention, Kentucky Game and Fish Nearly All and was one of the foulest murders Gene, and Protection Needed committed in Christian county in Unless sc met! ng is din: in the many years. near future to prevent the wholesale Then destruction of fish and game in and Do you drink coca-colatry ours, it is pure ana retresning. out'of season, Kentucky fields will a 2,0 Tavlor & Poo LB: be bare of biids and the streams without fish. Even now there is t..-- . out rfexrrjiui utc M?T"UiC gu5Wspi. Good wrnornjugi fked 'aiidtline, and the scarcity;of game xanidatcstyel? ' and fi?h is a constant inducement to Wc have had refreshing showers, violation of law in the shooting of and ate 0 well pleased with the game out season and in the use of sample that wc should like a full dynamite and seines. stock. Two things are necessary for the preservation of the game and fish. Western Kentucky coal may soon One of these is. of the be produced by a few very large game now existing, and the other is concerns. The field is a rich one, the stocking of streams and fields by and has the eye of the big interests. means of fish hatcheries and game preserves. Building operations arc numerous The killing off of the game was a in town and nearby, but homes are result of a prejudice against game getting the whole attention, no new laws, based on the belief that game business houses being built. laws were advocated solely for the benefit of city hunters, but the peoThere is some talk of a dog tax ple now realize that good game laws being imposed in the city, and are for the benefit of exerybody. nothing better could be done by our The Kentucky Fish and Game councilmen. Even at 10 cents a Protective Association is now trying year, some dogs would doubtless be to get ever hunter and fisherman in sacrificed; at any rate they should. the state interested in the passage of Call on Leslie Hale, next to First better laws along this line. One of to National Bank, for candies, books, its plans is for the state charge a license of one dollar per sundries, cigars, tobacco, etc. f3 year to every man who hunts on other men's land, and to charge What flic Victor Brings to You. of Kentucky at least Think of owning Caruso's voice, ten dollars per year for hunting in the talent of whole opera companies, the best efforts of brass bands and this state. Similar laws arS' now orchestras, the genius and drollery of and have for yeais been in force in Harry Louder, etc. All the world's every state in the Unkn except best music of all ages, the mngic Kentucky and about threci'otRer touch of the best violinists, harpists, states. Under such a law a sufficient fund vocalists, pianists. Funny stories could be raised to employ men to and yodcls.addresses by Taft, Bryan, Roosevelt and other leading char sec that the fish and game laws are acters. No matter what your weak cnfoic d, and to provide stocks of ness, it can be filled by Victor re- fish and game f jr every field and cords or Victor machines. Call at stream in the state. Of course, if Roark's and have a demonstration. a man doesn't care a dollars worth Records and supplies of all kinds in about hunting he wouldn't have to have a license, and the burden stock. would fall on tli03e who would be tlid to pay so small a sum for so much pleasure. One of the big benefits to be derived by the farmers would be the enforcen e it (f h postir .;ws and keeping trerspassers of :' ir lauds. Under the present n ins, a great many farmers sow thems Ives t be imposed upon rjth-e- r to than drive hunters away, hut a paid game warden would have no snrh feelings in the matter. In order to make the employment of wardens it it proposed to put the employment of the wardens under the supervision of a commission of four, See Big Ben at Macks watel two to be selected by the senate nd two by the house of representatives, making sfap. who shall serve without compensaThe Record 50c. per year. tion except for necessary expenses. ? Mr. Burcn Martin was in Louisville a few days this week. and the Cost of Living. The chief cause of increase in tl e cost of living, said one of the speakers at the recent meeting of the National Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis, is waste. The waste he blamed for the high cost of living was not the waste of the careless housekeeper, but the waste of prcvei table deaths and sickness and preventable conditions of low physical and mcn'al efficiency. He argued that these wasies together operated to brinu about an advance in the commodity prices. They restrict the supply of the necessaries of life by taking persons out of productive enterprise, thus making production more expensive. This is a sensible argument. We should not charge up the high cost of living exclusively to the trusts Unand national extravagance. necessary disease is too important a factor to be excluded. Of all the preventable diseases tuberculosis is the most costly, because as a rule its victims are confined to the productive period of life. Impressive statistics show in terms of money the expensiveness of that disease. The total annual tariff revenue of the United States is ao per cent less than the annual loss of wages and cost of sickness and deaths due to it. More persons arc taken out of productive industry by tuberculosis every year in the United States than arc wage earners in the industral state of Massachusetts. The average family income in the United States is less than $800. So it would take the entire family in- conic of 562,500 householders to pay the nation's yearly tuberculosis bill. One year's loss from all preventable disease would pay the national debt. Assuming these figures to be anywhere near correct, there is no question of greater moment, from an economic point of view, that the prevention of unnecessary disease. Frjm a humanitarian point of view, none can compare with it. Tuberculosis Improving GOOD Roads. Los Angeles county California, is beginning this year a campaign of improving and extending its roads on a scale that is the most comprc-hensiy- c ever uudertaken by any county in the country. There will be expended a sum of $3,000,000, exclusive of the cities and incorporated towns and villages, which are very numerous in that, oue of the richest counties in the country. Their roads arc already what would be considcred.as fine, but they arc being widened, grades lessened, curves eliminated, drainage perfect ed, and all work done with a view to permanency, reducing the upkeep to the minimum. It is figured that the thousands of tourists attracted to the section will in a few years more than repay all expenses incurred, and at the same time the residents of the cities will enjoy, with the fruit, vegetable and vineyard land owners the greatest benefits both in business and pleasure. The West is doing much along these lines, and they arc a rapidly developing part of this country, as shown by the- - last census. People from all quarters are moving into these slope States. , THE GREAT GREENVILLE Baby The s lirst-clas- Show :1 Begins Friday Night, July 14 ai the Opera House ictooiioiceci((ie(ieiitiaiise(i(iiot Dixie Amusement Co. will open a Electric Theatre in the Opera I louse with strictly new and latest equipment. We have installed plenty of to insure vour comfort Electric at the Fans show. 4 ' Hear varied on the Victor talking ma nines ' at Roark's The world's best music, as well as all Our special Photographers will call at your home and photograph your baby and children free of charge. Watch for them. The pictures will he shown Qn the curtain ip feet in size and natural as life. ' i' amK i rr iubtras, instrumental so los, quartettes. Victors range in !hc $75 to S250. price from $10 to 5 100. Victrolas Large library of records and all kinds of talking machine supplies. Rev. Mahoncy to Madisonville. Double Bill In addition to the Children s pictures. 'nWri ' will run at each performance two spec- we ial reels of high-clas- s Cinemetograph motion pictures. (Do not miss this opportunity to see them.) Wc also feature The Baptist church at Madisonville has called as its pstor Rev. W. J. Mahoney, of this city, and the For about rendered by a splendid call has been accepted. soloist and illustrated-b- y beautiful a year and a half Mr. Mahoney has hand -- painted scenes, photographed from life. served the church here, coming to this city from Louisville. His work has been highly productive, and he and his family have made a wide By special arrangement we have secured a little white baby circle of friends among our people, girl which we will give to the person holding the lucky numthere being general regret that they ber on Friday night. July 2 17 A real live baby, and we should leave, but they carry with them the very best wishes of every- hope that a good home will be secured for her. one. The Latest PopiIar Sorg Orphan Baby, Gladys ti(iioi(tctseioitii(ioiietttii(iiitiitt CHANGE M The Lumbermen's Awakening. ENTIRE OF PROGRAM NIGHTLY Only 10c. 1 : li-- ti To build up new businesses the makers of numerous substitutes for wooden building materials have done considerable' advertising. This fact was forcibly brought to the attention of the National Lumber Manufacturers' Association at its recent convention in Cnicdgo, when it was pointed out that the aggressive tactics of the makers of n. w ri o in j materials were hinting the trade n shingles, while other branches of ihw lumber industiy were suMering frai the publicity of the manufacturers of finer packing cas s, metal v i ulow frames, etc. The consensus of opinion is the convention was that the profits of the lumberman would continue to suffer inroads from the active competiii m of the advertises unless they also should resort to publicity to push the sale of the r products. It is as true in other fields as in the lumber business the advertising gives those who employ it an immense ad vantage over com petitors. Publicity must be met with publicity. The man who furnishes a house as well as the man who builds one will buy the products, whose uses and merits arc made thoroughly familiar to him by efii cient exploitation in the public prints. 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. If not the best you ever used, return and get your money quick and pleas- ietiii((otiottoofit(iiati(tiiiittiitii(i Admission to the Big Double Entertainment, iaiat((iioaie990tttceatif(ii(iiiiiiti(t l9T MISS A NIGHT "ST I SmbmmJUKMmSMAM water ff" it ti r mmm burglar it n I 60,000 BODIES Mulilaleil Annually on : 15 if TUP RAIfFSS DARI.H I miimals, ilioulU bo i N "! a.oliiU protection Ki'Vf burrowlnc "" m airiilitevtry uatrriiruut. vermin,sizes. rav iiijilojod burial. Jlado all m lni; mill BloiU, tlio A Ui 11 l"".VKOIl' KAV15 VAULT fnr. VKUU VAL.LT Dissecting Tables. The CftKEU YAULT carried in slock by The J. L - ROARK Itic I mi- of I itui Co.-,- Sole ESTATE, Greenville. and Uttrinl CiouOa. Champion Chemical H(ito."5pringfieli.0liEi CUMBERLAND lELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH GO, n ji f'<Z )SX 4V antly. ROARK. Long distance lines and telephones or this Company onablo you to talk almost anywi-icrin boutnem Indiana, Southern Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi artd Louisiana. Wo can put you in quick .. vwiiimuiMttiiUU "Villi I.I U people of; this great section of the countrv. . . 1 .1 nr. bunuiiyour paironago. Kates reasonwu able. Equipments and facilities r 1 See, Coombs & Co. before you sell your beef hides. ,027 VES C. CKLDWCU, LELAND HUME, tieu'l Mies T. O. WE3B, Treat . t. t ROARK Fwniture, WaJlp&per, Shades, Moldings. "Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper1, Slippers, Grave Vavilts. Disinfection RO ARK ; 2 oaoeaoQeoooooeoo SWAT THE FLY I IT'S A DEADLY PERIL. : Ancient ist who ha contributed valuable suggestions ami Ail vice in the crusaae against iucs: "Our nation is a business people and business projxmuons appeal to ns. If it were told ou that it is IMMtible to save $10 000,000 anmi ally yon would be ready to figure at once. Vet the Araeiican people spend annually more than $12,000,-00lor fly screens, rly paper, fly poisons, etc., and, estimating a human life on the average at $3,000, the decrease in vital assets of this country by typhoid fever alne amounts to $350, 000, 000. Typhoid fever is a preventable disease and the common housefly is largely responsible for its 'transmission. Tuberculosis, cholera, cholera are now known to be carried by this same fly. and this fly can be controlled-- - not without some concerted action, to be sure, but withwith its out extreme difficulty--ancontrol there arc also spared the great financial and vital losses just 0 "The Liver Pills act So Naturally and Not j Why & &&&&&& &&&&&& f 33f && $J t E&Slly Our Name has been before the public for 30 years, most of the time right on the spot where we arc now located. 4 4 Such a statement, coming from the cashier of a hank, shows what confidence responsible people have in these pills. Mr. A. L. Wilson after trying them wrote: and and alo your Alt-Pftl- n Wlto, on mywlf. with Thw Mvcr IMHh BtXMl result. act ao naturally ami no easily that I scarcely know that I have laki a illl. Frequently btntc troubled with liwulHche I 1111 ami Bet n tafca an Immedial rHIf In every chbb." A. U Wllmm. Sparta, III. Mr. Wllaon wna for a nunibur of year cahler of tho Flrat National Hank of Snartn. "1 lmv Flea Llvr vim Dr. Mltos' Nerv PHI The Courier-Journal? 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 tle larger cities. We endeavor constantly to increase our usefulness. m 4 life & SL Antl-Tal- Dr. Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills Many arc different from others. kinds of liver pills arc "impossible" after one trial on account of their harshness. Dr. Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills do not act by sheer force but in an easy, natural way, without griping or undue irritation. They arc not habit forming. If the first bottle falls. to benefit, your druggist will return the price. Atk him. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. HENRY WATTERSON Editor, A A Our Claim On your patronage is based on a service the duration of an ordinary life time, and a square deal assured every one. The accumulated experience and knowledge of this third of a century arc at your command. 4 4 WE CAN FURNISH YOU Die J. L. ROARK FURNITURE & istablistied I8?9 THE RECORD AM) III I ; ORIEN L. ROARK, Manager Estate EALERS IREC TORS 103 4 to mentioned." Think of it! Twelve million dollars for fly screens, fly paper, and flv I -4 noisous soent every -year in America! Three hundred and fifty millions the cost of typhoid fever alone, ami the chief cause of its' transmission the common housefly! As he says these figures should appeal to us as a business nation. That makes $302,000,000 lost every yenr largely the cause of our toleration of a pestiferous insect. If that enormous sum were stolen from .the American people by persons dishonest to their trust or by political grafters who were, known and could be seen daily at their nefari WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L D Distance Telephones: if m Store 72; Home Bulbs of all Kinds in Stock. Miss Lena Arnold has in stock all kinds of bulbs, and now is the time BOTH ONE YJ-A- FOR Vet here are preventable taking away thousands of valuable lives, and most of the fatal cases traceable to the commonest insect wo have, and we remain apathetic. This enemy of mankind, which is destroying lives and costing caJi year enough to build two Panama canals, is allowed to carry on Us work of destruction while most people regard it with amusement. If a man tfntcicd your house and poisoned your baby's food, what would you do to him? If he injected germs of typhoid fever, smallpox, or tuberculosis into your husband, would you let him go free? Yet you let the buzzing housefly go about his fatal business without molesting him. He is your enemy. He docs no good, but only harm. That one in your kitchen may even now be trailing the germs of a fatal disease from his feet upon the food which you arc tp eat. Sooner than let him do that, empty any filthy and putrid stuff into your refrigerator upon the food it contains. That wonld be mu,ch safer than let a single fly work ' his will upon what you are to eat. pany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send Hyacinths, iTirfiiJiVr fsV Frrtno'-nntn- h H r rr'i an t'jji' 'w?r "r tJnm roqeach, $1.00 doz; luhps, mixed, i 'r" . . ? jjiiljci i tu inu courier-Journa20c doz. diseases Following to begin the cultivation. are ready for delivery, and orders taken for others, and prompt delivery guaranteed: Chinese Sacred Lillies, ioc each, 3 for 25; Taper White Narcissus, Grandiflora, 2 for 5c, 30c doz; Roman Hyacinths, Single White, 5c ctfch, 50c doz; Bedding Hyacinths, Dutch, 5c each, We can also give liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier-Journa- l. -- cAf-A BLUE $f ROSE-5- v The New Rose (Yiolet Blue) Hailed by the Rose Growers as the Forerunner of the Corn-Seflower Blue Rose. Ycry ous and hardy. Free Blooming nd BERLAND TELEPHONE (iNCOKrOKATJlD) & TELEGRAPH CO The Greatest Rose Novelty of the Century Write for and Price List G recti Iiouhcs Courier-Journ- al Com- JOHN E. RACKEBRANDT Princeton, Ky. anywhero in Southern Indiana, Southern Illinois, Kentucky, TennesSv o, Mississippi and Louisiana. Wo can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with the people of th is groat section of the country. Wo sollcityour patronage. Rates reason able. Equipments and facilities unsur- Long: distanco lines and telephones of this Company cnablo you to talk almost passed. - 4 TriwMM '. . nj ?s:v a. i l. t 4 itfiiTy--- - i Ride with The Greenville Transfer Go. They meet all trains, day and night, with Bus and Baggage wagon. cnn I ! Mr, . ; J 1 2 Deal at home as much as possible. Build up your J home town, This will I make you a better home market and enhance the J value of your property. JUST RECEIVED 1' I Many Patterns of 1911 Wallpaper KILLthe White Sewing Machines, in rotary and vibrator; needles, shuttles, etc. in stock for all machines. ROARK'S STORE. Get potted plants and cut flowers from Miss Lena Arnold. Take your beef hides to J. E. Coombs & Co. and get the cash. Several patterns of swing porch settees at Roark's, and you arc invited to call. and WITH CURE the LUNGS cough Dr. King's New Discovery FflR VII Trial BotUe Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. OOUGHS p OLDS PBICE GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY! OR MONEY REFUNDED. Best work, prompt service; give your laundry to Joe Morgan, who will appreciate your patronage. Compact Reflect We leave it to you to say how good is our furniture nollst. We know it Is the best we can buy, and sell under a guarantee. If not the best you over used, return and get your money quick and pleasROARK. antly. Bur Grist Mill. m.opcr-ation- ; III 5? 2 H '". v ,ur everjlxxly. I' ll 1 V" t. l W. 11. AND I &ftKY'' bZYJ M If nv - Mn.ple. pr ' matures. Sam- free if you IijmeB "MVr If you have not heard the Victor talking machines, call at Roark's. If you have heard them, call again and often; they never grow tiresome. Large library of records and all kinds of talking machine supplies. Sec the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Roark's. Telephone No 5 Standard Visible Writer Enables the operator to sec every word as written without raising feature. carriage, saving time and trouble. Possesses every The 20th century success. In use by U. S. Government, 157 railroads Handsome booklet free. and largsst mercantile houses in many countries. TYPEWRITER CO., 10M09 Lake St., Chicago. THE OLIVER KJPTkeriL My new burr gnat mill is cull on your merchants for Whitt Flint meal. Also ready to furnish the public with chicken feed and chopped corn. jl 28 J. A. Shaver. Give your 30b printing orders to CPH0T0 Amor IvynPhotranhj p -V you ivanl jind your laundry ll.wl UKi cmi Hill l. l.uiil.11 iui nnil ,llitrrrrft uuiiiw,.. ' see Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the For this wrong one given you reason ve urge you in buying to be careful t? get the genuine Tiir Record. Blssell carpet sweeper will last longer than. 40 corn brooms, costing from $12 to Si 5; the sweepers cost S3 to 75. See them at Roark's, and have nihemdvantaKcs than the moncy-aann- g .futures ex plained. A Joe Morgan solicits that grocery order, and will show his appreciation by supplying the best goods at the very lowest prices. Quick delivery and courteous treatment. Typewriter ribbons, legal blanks, document covers, carbon paper at this offi're. Telephone that grocery want tu Joe Morgan and get the best goods at lowest prices. Miss Lena Arnold asks the patronage of the public, and guarantees that satisfactory work will be done in her clothes cleaning, pressing TLhc . fSroK IRecott) &2.CO.LouisVille.Kx ENGRAVERS Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with, Quality. Oil UARCOURT MANUFACTURING Liver Medicine The reputation of tlu3 cIJ, reliable medicine, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is firmly establiihed. It does not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale man all others combined. SOLD Hi TOlVll F2 JtWTMcCrackeh hasHeargest stock of dials for timeplilbs ever carried in the county, and can fit anything from. the court house clock to a toy watch. 'WT tlte use of a goodlaxatiw, to keep tlw l uftcls opn nnd piweut ttu poisons of undigested food from gtttinguito ai system. Ttie product tf sclera e is ELVO Laxative Liver Syrup, purely vegetable, gentle, reliable and of a plea.sant, artiir.ativ. taotc. Velvo acts tn the liver, as well as on the stomach and bowels, and is of t'.o greatest possible efficacy in constipation, indigestion, VF 1 biliousness, side headache, fevenMinesa, colic.flatulencc, etc. Try Physicians Advise latt ... .n milk chocolate, The largest line of the best baby and repairing shop. Flip, we carriages in :ovn are on display at strawberry milk or Bimbo Taylor &: Pools. Give us your job work. Roaik's. have it. If you want ill C I a Wll LAXATIVE COME and SEE THEM 1 L ii I U LIVER The J. L. ROARK ESTATE