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Record (Greenville, Ky.): July 20, 1911 Record (Greenville, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Greenville, Ky. : Record Press, 1899- Greenville, KY 1911 rec1911072001_sn87060049 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Record (Greenville, Ky.): July 20, 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. g&shse 5 Record1' Advertising' I g Costs NotHlrtg. It I Muhlenberg' County is rich in coal, iron, timber, pays for itself. sure of returns. The investment is g ? Get our rates, ix potter's clay.l getc, and the most inviting field in Ken- tucky for investment of capital and pluck. 1 GREENVILLE. KY Kentucky VOL. XIII. NO. 2. THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1911. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE Fair Dales. THE RATI; TO CHICAGO REDUCED. STEEL MONSTERS THRILLING SPECTACLE PROM. ISED FOR VISITORS AT KENTUCKY STATE FAIR. F.arm and Q&f den LATE Mothocb COLD SHIVERS A PLENTY BLIGHT OF CELERY. Two Monster Steel Steam Engines Dash to Certain Destruction in Full View of Spectators. Soldom la It tlsrl -- ny 'cn?ru,.It. is afforded an on;ctntty to witness such an ambitious ami llirllllng a3 Is iroiritrtl the crowds In attendance at the State Fair on Snturdny, September 115. when the spectacle Is provided i't two monster stonm engines, started under a lull head of sieatn and permitted to in full vlrw cf th? speccrash her.d-otators A sight sir h a? ihii l to cause the mcst stolid rf persons, he with tin- n'rv.: of stel, to involuntarily shudder and flinch a the collision occur?. The hiss cf c"aln3 fleam, the bursting of 'ho gr.?al boilers, th rendli ing ol the rernMtlolile iron par-a- . tearing and rrashins an.! kvI'.h Ins if twisted masses tf fteel pre fv;-!- i ii spiring in the t?rrib!e tone- 'Ahidi ar companies the in. The ?ight cf th- - t vo trcMr.t.iln: cf machinery rtrltlu:: le;ilk no em b to frm.c other's cinbrnie If the blood In cw't v I". , an" s n,; Shivers of fear iu?hing u: and ilov.n tho spinal column", Respite th JuioaI edge that tbre is n perar'i ! ri:in:rr ;nr Ihi-i- it Tho senBati-'nbut it is surh rt Mitc in.it th? hit man family is aeckluc. t - ilay. n: r. more spectacular cff'vl-vcu'il provided to set'si'y thr ivrr ps-n- t desire for aoavihln.; cut cf the tr!l n sulH-clo- Found Efficacious In California In Dealing With Disease. According lo the t'o!le;;e of Axrtcttl tore of California, the evJery blight U ui of tin many fungous dlHcaies v'ii-- The follow In? lire the (lute tl.xril fur IiulillDS tho Kentucky l'lilrn for ltd I an fur nt reported. Onlcfis of falrn are icipirMU-i- l to rt'iwt t to w Monon Route Announces New Schedule any dinmUnlotiH or correyttoim of (lat?n. MniliMii-tllo- , July of Fares One Way and Round Trip. IlfiultTMon. July 2i . tlityc. 5It. Storlltig. Julj t4 ") laj X. (icoixrtown, July 'A- - StUy. Iiiu-UHteJuly 36 - a day. The Monon Route announces that I'rovltloiice, August I 3tlM. X luy. Duuvillo, Au(ut it will henceforth sell tickets between Voi'Hullle. AujiiHt'J 2lay. Louisville and Chicago at 6 one t.'.ln?loii. AtlKUHt 7- - Silaj. llarnxl-lmtT- ;, AuUHt 8 A tin j m. way, instead of 58 as formerly, and - fxlnyh. I'nlimtown, August 8 5i2 round trip, good 30 days returnCl.z.ilisthtowii, Auirtlnt 9 t il.ij . Ift I lnyn. l.t'itohttclil, Augtut 15 - I day. llurksvlllc, Aajftist 15- -1 iliiy. llfoilhoail, AttKitMt Ci'ik, August U I Im. , Hhophi-rilnrtllfAhr. Si I 1h. Hhulliy1lk'. Auritft St -- I la;. Columbia, Austin! si -- iluyi.. IjOUiIoii, AtiKHst 2S 4 'layn. 8 iliiyti. l.llioity, August Auiciwt I Iiwreiirutiut'?, Auftunt , BITTER MEDICINE THAT BROUGHT US HEALTH THIS PEERLESS TONIG and STRENGTH GIVER Is an unrivaled IT BUILDS U? THE IT CURES INDIGESTION ilayH. ing, instead of $16. Patrons are of- m.iy le ontrollnl ly Hprayitij; with Ixinle.itix iiilxiurv ISimeil on the results of !m estimation by a Callforiii.i expert. tlu following qiniylu scheme is reeoinniemlril: Tin formula for bordeaux should be five pounds of Milestone, sis poiituls jf Hloiie lime aud fifty trillions of water When the plants are si!t:ill thirty to forty xullmtx of bonleaitx pur acre ire sulllcleut. but tin? amount should be Increased at each application, so that Hp.iti'p'llt'lil, S I lay. lioi'iiuuittMru, Au?iifit-:- i .f iIujh. N'lt'lioliiB'illt. AuxuHt39 !IIh.n. Soiiiorhft. AusiiHt S- - 3 ilnyn. I ilny.-.- . Kntiikfot't. AuiiMt rultoii, August 1U iiluvs. I tin; -- . AdKUHt-flt1'iaiikllti, AiiKUHt ill Stla.M'. I'ai Ir.. ycjitcmlnir I r, '.aj . 5 lolitlccllo, iIh.h. Alf.xanill'la. S- - pU'OilH'r j Stlttjw. Mount Ollvt't, s(i1immIm'I' .' t ilajK. lIixljH-uvillt'- , Suinli-i-H- fered exceptionally good service by the Monon, which on night trains fiom Louisville operates Compartment and Drawing ruom Pullmans, as well as the usual straight sleeper. The day trains have Parlor and Din ing cars, and the very finest modern, new coaches. Inquiries cheerfully answered by Ii. H. Hacoti, P. P. A , Louisville, Ky. Save your home by having your repaired. Harklcy Dros. do this work in best mannar. flues remedy for ail troubles of II STOMACH, LIVER AND KIDNEYS RUN-DOW- N IT PURIFIES THE BLOOD IT STRENGTHENS THE NERVES , S jitoiulicr 8 Sriit'iulr Uctituck.v II State Fair, . Si'i'ti-iiiltr- r 3 lay. iI.i.xh. T.oulnriMr. Septeinlvr . I IT IS THE BEST FAMILY MEDICINE ON EARTH TRY IT. PRICE 50c AND $1.00 PER BOTTLE SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY fitlays. S.H.ttvillf. -Ilt.iTM-f.tv- II i- f Moraiilonii, il.i-j- :it. IM)h. '.'I J. fi. HAYES Painter and Interior : H'i't-inlM- ii lil.tjH. .7 I Uili. All BR. J. O pi'lCVM. Druggists. mMHMHmHRMMH Ma.vliolil. St'iitvuitHT I'.nlm-all- . Oi lo'.M'i S Mtimiy. (.VUiIht II i1.ih Decorator. : Itlay. W. Li CroiMi.uul bridge Wurk iluiiu .u ruiicotuitilc NTIHT. What Are You Going To Do This Year ly way of making ) our business suc- Odlce up stnlrs, In lliuJoiH' Uulldln. GrcoiiTlllc. Ky. m IK nary. The cngiiu-- of u tnu' the purpose. Th r.ri pi.u.-m-J lui-- pnially ra cppo<-end- flrr. vo s nrtod, fr the steam Is prt'.Hiret?, the thrcttlf? arc throwi. open, rnd th" t'vo arc started to phylcr.l tlcstiur lon by engineers who icap to s.:tcty before the impact ccrr3. iren-.Bfc'r- s PREMIUM LIST FOR CREAMERY BUTTER. NEW DEPARTURE FOR Kf- - cessful anil )our domestic Hie full ol pleasure, if you arc not supplied with telephone service of the Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Couipati)? Everyone should have a telephone. Thotoerroph by C. M. Dnrr.lt. You are connected with all outside IN TUU CBI.ERV FIliM). important points in local connections when the plunU are llftuuu or nioit with all residences and business housInchun high tin spray Ih put on tit tho ratif of not loss Hum ICO gallons per es. For any information call manager, here. Spray mm:1 liJ ultfjM, twice. Cnjftkrland Telephone & Telegrapk .Iucyijur;ist4. hduoi'd wigUu-cinr'"'tifDlIlllS!iO. iii ""f OrUcc rMi'ttclcin nnd biirccon. Miitii-iTO- DR. L J. SLAT0N, street uenr Jtuliititri'.-t- . AD itm lic :- -: & Shannon (o.I lb DEPOY. KENTUCKY We announce to our that our stocks of ments are larger and ever in our history. line of trade and the pubgoods in all departbetter selected than We carry a varied :- -: CAM IIOY.MIU. II. GRAY. HOWARD & GRAY, A Little Good Paint in Time Saves ;$ $ $ When your buildings need pamling, every day's delay costs you money. The sun, ram, snow and frojt are setting in their work, lunbrr cctj too much to let it dec - it..- oj a IKlic paint. ,Tu Il CUUl Mil 10 lr fv-- . fH "butHt. We uie D.:K..-work. "- LAWYERS. Cfilce In Grrrn nsililai. opposite LaMeade Hotel. DRS . HELTSLEY &.H ELTSLEY PHYSICIANS Mjincross Stre :t. In GENERAL MERCHANDISE and can supplv most of the wants of the - ft 0TFOnTfflC Office at Home, Hm.' mW' J After plants arc Irjusplaulcd into the pievltrj net Held spraying should begin when tho Nursery cuUivrtJca only one of tho ir?r3t fascinating cf first blight is noticed In any event titudiea in the rural sccticna of Ken- I ho lirst ppraying should be given not tucky but It abo is developing into ater than six week;t after transplant one of commercial important e which ing, and one application a mouth Is taking hiRh rank. To these Intershould be given until the seasonal ested It will be gctd newq to learn rain or heavy fog comes. the Kentucky State Fair managethat fter tho rains have set In spray ment has decided to offer tempting every two weeks If possible until tho premiums for nursery displays In conrop is harvested. nection with plnnt and flower departWhere tho plants are ovor fifteen ment. Inches tall they should be gone over This Is another cf tho entirely new twice at each spraying, the machine departures vhlth have been decided moving In tho opposite direction the upon fcr tho big Kentucky State Fair second time. of 1911. It i3 along tho lines of progUpon the carefulness and thorough ress and linprovut.'unt which make ness of the spraying Is dependent to a certain that tho Kentucky State Fair arge extent the successful control of not only will maintain its lead in the the blight. south but that it wi!l taVe its rightful Demonstration plots sprayed by the place among the great state exhibixperlaienter according to the above tions cf Indiana, Iowa, Illinois, Miune scheme came through the season iu sota and others to the north. first class shape aud were almost entirely free from blight at harvest time. Is rc.ophone Mo. 78. Stoarks inn Nefon ware- - CARTER Strictly Pure WHITE LEAD Pure Linseed OH, Pure Turpentine and the most expensive colors Furniture, Moldings, Wall Paper We carry on our floors and In our rooms the largest variety of Furniture lndn Houte UKTWEKX (B PERMANENT BUILDING IN INTEREST OF HEALTH The campaign for health being waged the country over is to bo aided materially by the sstabllshmont on the grounds of the Kentucky State Fair, at Louisville, of a permanent health building, the cost of which will be paid by the Jefferson county fiscal caurL pr. W. Ed Grant, city health olllcer of Louisville, and Dr. W. U. Smock, county health officer, took up with the fiscal court and thjs secy red. the appropriation. The federal government has agreed to send a corps of instructors to Kentucky each year during the foir to deliver lectures dealing with the problem of health Jef-ffirsr f Farming Is a manufacturing business, and costs of produc- tion must bo calculated as care- fully as in any other business. . g Flier. Lettuce, radishes and unions will re-Mlire careful watching in early spring Ift prevent the ravages of cabbage tlius. rhey tre sp small as to, easily escape Look Out For C&bbagc HHtii'P. 111 he yuuug plant? Jis as they are nice ly stprtt'd- Dusting libop'lly with so'H, wood ashes or air slaked. Iluje will prevent their wurk. but it aliuuld bo done tiu soon us the plnlits appear above ground. - Nrsj Hsl!l'!!l f iMr f iu flit-- disappearance PRIZE WINNERS' PARADE ONE OF BIG FEATURES Cedecked in Livestock, March Arcund Pavilion of Audience. Ribbons tdApc-lig- What has always been one of the most interest :ng of all the features In connection w'th the Kontucky State Fair was the grand parado of prize winning livestock arcund tho ring in the pavilion building. This feature is to be gtveu more attention this year than over. It will bo staxted at two o'clock on tho afternoon Friday, Fertilizing the Muskmelon. Tho New Jersey experiment station secured an increase Iu yield of 115 per scut by the use or I.'jO to '200 pouuds 3f nitrate of soda per acre. Half the fertilizer wa applied at planting time about the Pills ami worked Into the joil aud the remainder about three weeks later Dried blood aud sulphate jf utnmouin used iu the same mauuer were a little less effective, but Increased the yle'd from S7 to Ul per cent In The kind of pnint we use never cracks or and Chicago Louisville scales only years of wear will remove iu Muhlenberg. -: -: Let us figure with you when ready to paint If we do not have what you want, we UEST LINE TO and durable job get it for you. We have factory con- We guarantee a will prices reasonable. Don't put it off. and the nections with makers of the finest goods in the country, and through "Our Special Vast Telephone No, 254. Order Dcpartmsnt" can 3upply any exclu sive articles at less prices than city stores or mail order houses. Two trains daily New stock sewing machine needles We have just added an Undertaking Department to our n Our Picture and Room Moldlng-3tock- s French Lick and West Baden Springs. at Roark's for all machines. business, and will carry a comprehensive line of Coffins, Cas-- )i are always complete. kots, Robes, Suits, Wrappers and Dresses. Also have a Hearse Wallpaper is now a staple article of mer UNION STATION, chandise, being used all the year 'round. ffc in service, on call anywhere. Orders in this line given prompt LOUISVILLE., And we always have full selections, prices and careful attention any hour day or night. D.E4K140.HX STATION, 5 cents and up per roll. CiilOAliO. - - Engrailing Btttftaffay Night, No. i? or No. 3. " Telephones: Store, No. i. It is a very serious matter to as: for onp medicine and havp the t3?"0ur Engraving Machine is the only wrong: on,e given you. Foe this Dinintf and Parlor Gars. one in this part of Kontucky, and we are & SHANNON CO. reason we urge you in fcuyiryr exclusively prepared to supply individual Palace Drawing Room Sleepers. to be careful to get the gcrutfnftr- Name PUtcs, which we furnish on all DEPOY, KENTUCKY E. H. BACON, D. P. A., outfits without extra cost. N. W. Cor. till nnd Market Sts. Undertaking and Embalming. LOUISVILLE, KY. layer Meaicine Coffins in White Enamel and Stained a he reputation of hi pld, ralia Varnish finish; Caskets in White Enamel, hie rrlsdictna, for conHtipation, in Natural Woods, White, Colored and Black qjrrestidn and vcr- traublo, ia firmr Cloth Covered; and Copper dceg not imitate yt isatablishHd, and p"thcr medicines- - J is better than lined airtight Caskets; all lengths, rS others, or it would not be the faregular, extra and double extra widths. vorite liver powderf with a larger Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes constant sale than all others combined. ly in stock, for Immediate delivery. F2 SOLD IN TOWN Burial Robes, Wrappers, Suits, Dresses, .HIDES and Slippers, etc., in lerge variety. "I have used less than one bottle of Cardul," writes I Our two licensed Embalmcrs respond at Mrs. Gertrude Ward, of Rushviile, Neb., "and am feeling once to callb for such services. urn fifty per cent better than when I began taking if f r WCHIW Our general equipment is complete and "Before taking Cardui, I had suffered with female of highest grade. 1 RtltrtBte: aaj bisk in LwisTille. We fsraisk We have a Funeral Car in service, sub trouble, for eight years. My greatest trouble was irreguWool Blji r rtt to W SEipT. nriwwrprceim. ject to call anywhere. larity. I also suffered with severe pains, every month, SABEL& Tele CSTTwo Private but now I am greatly improved and will recommead CarIS THE QREA7EST phones, Store 72; Residence 108. dui to all my suffering friends." Residence 150 yards from itore. THEATRICAL M SHOW PAPER Prompt service any hour day or night." AT FACTORY ::- Hats, Etc., we offer large selections. In Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Farm Implements and such goods our stocks are especially strong. In all departments prices will be found the lowest, and your visits will be highly appreciated. :- -: .? ft California Northwest 1 Undertaking Department i Very Serious $ iti iti The BRIDGES BUcW<T - iti iti AC RliV WOOL rUR 1 SO Per Cent Better NEW YORK it Long-Distan- CLIPPER !N THE WORLD. ISbUED WEEKLY j',, PRICES The J. L. ROARK ESTATE. ORIEN L. ROARK. $4,00 Per Year. GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS Single Copy, 10 Gte, Mdna(cr. Take There should be a good reason x of for everything dono on the farm, 1.". September and things that are unreason- - P Thi3 parade Is an imposing one, not P able should not be done. When- - X is banished alone from the amount of money rep I, ever superstition and systematic thinking takes resented by the premiums, but because of the great amount roprosontcd In ll ths place of "moon farming" JJJ i; fdrmfprogreSs will begin. tne'raTue'of all the winners combined. Tho slow moving, ribbon bedecked cat tle seem aw.v.c of their commercial imnprtar:e"ri5 t'uay trudge around th.n Qilmcl per Livo Stock. ring, while lh? sleek, carefully groom Oil enko or oilmen! In proper quanticd horses of high degreo prance along ties Is considered by our best stock-aie3 If more than conscious of their to bo one of tho most healthful graoe and breeding. r foods that is on the market, states Collie does, running and burking at Humphrey of the University of the crack of the whips ot their ci2 Wisconsin. tors, ponies and costly sheep and hogs, all combine to make a show equal to Look After tho Plow. my yrosentii during tbo vock. It is What Is tho condition of the plow? i source of pride to those who own flas it been properly protected this ho prizo wlnnors and a stimulus to winter, and is It in good condition for )tbers to enter thoir stock Iu futura plowing when .needed? A plow that jopjpotiUons. will not scour Is an abomination. V 5 n ' Sample Copy Free, FRANK QUEEN PUB. C0.(Ltd iJ.gr.RT CARDUI We Ask You to tako Cardul, for your femalo troubles, because vc are sure it will help you. Remember that iLuuanx. J BOBIE. W. 3stu I'l'HLlSUERS, St. . Niw Yoks 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. These 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.. CluiJIanooM Medicine Co.. CliaHanooea, Tea.. book. Home Treatment I3r women," sent free. for Special Instructions, and vkklAij. 6Q YEARS' EXPERIENCE No. 270 this great female remedy i niiurivnlontol 3 has brought relief to thousands of vtner stcic women, so wny not 10 .von ? For lhxidache, backache, periodical patas, fcmals weakness, many have said it la "tho best mediclno to take," Try it spurting n nkelch mid description tnsy ctilcklr nscerlniu our opinion reo wlictlior au onimunlen. lUTCiitlon Is prolinbty pleiti;Jil.j. IIAII01100K onPntonto tloiisHlrlctlrroiiil.Ionlinl. cent (roo. Olrtost nqti' y tvr eocurtnir pitfeiiis. l'ntcius takon il nfh Maim & to. receive tptelal notice, ultlioi.t charcc, Iu tlio Anr-m- Designs Copyrights &c. Sold in This City F3 A Imnrtsoi iolv llliist ciiluilim ot tv : rrnyiiir: four im 'ilia, Uc ) CoM Ly i'. irn SI pi(!r. '1 rms. W a ii(?81onlcrn. Tfimst rlr. MUNN&fio.36,Brw,! llrauch OOlco, New York vehicles Dlroct frm t r l;ut.ir toConxtinu r suhject to c.r.iuim.!;n . l ftcelrinJ. It Not tle rrc;ifc".l importance to the filnlx' IlinU:' & UnrnrRH Co. to have c very one w hoilcr.U uh ii" a pi- - ;i- cO a:.l SmIIsIIimI riisloniiT. .icIT:t Inpimrcil lo inale f.irh xhlniiu'lit Mil ll ctieUti t ::lui- - ill i,m1iiy c (f rkli'imiliip, fii.i'll if u liintrrinl, vehicle that it will be a Latlni! Atlverlfoemrnt niul brini;u3iiicii ontcis in return. If c j lcssc you, by selling you nil honestly inni!c Luppy oi.il nta price less tlr" MiiWii'iiisn'n Profit, you will Our recoinineiHl iur mxIh lo your nc:j:blK)r. (.'.ntclv as po:il Giinrnnlro Ciit would be U idtalcr. If j'oolsurc not as ou oar xrniy is returned to you. " no risk. Lor.o Vehicles onX llanrss. 'c aidaufai-tu- r iivoiur cu.tlomt r RioncA n.l ocilvrs promt i ... Write fur our I'rve liu'aud liinursr. Caia!tn,ue. 5LCBE BUGGY & HARNESS G0;V!5AN' C. Wv ship O. 1). V is iU C3 V SU WasbloKion. 1). U. OWEJ13E0RO. KENTUCKY Subscribe for Record Only 50c, THE RECORD. Aii Usavy Buying of Southern Lands. June Crop Conditions. Over most of the country June was hot and dry, and the Government crop rcpo:t as of July 1, but not com) i!cd and i sued till ten day's W. G. Duncan, Pres. W. A. Wickliffc, Vic Independent Newspaper. runuMiED TitimanATH nr OlltCK L. ItOAIlK, RECORD PRESS, OMEK President. UlCE. Secretary. Okiijn L. Koakk, Long-Distanc- Editok. No. 72. e Telephone, OtUco In now nnnex rettr of store, gran ml floor. 50 CENTS PER YEAR. IN ADVANCE. The tmnacrlptUn prior of thr pnprr In pity blp in lulvimee, ami wlirn the time him fjplrr il to whleh It Ih putil, the pnpor wlllbo tttopped. fnnta of tluuikrt. oliltunry notlera, ntc. If no I louyor Uitui t.'ii Hnert, will be puhlUheil free. A eharee of So. per line will he nuule for Mtiecoctl laplluos. No variation of thin rule to anyone. free sample eoplen will tc mulled. AilTcrtiKenientH will W liifturtetl. A rate ennl will ho furnUhnl on mpient. nixt xunVv all re Ail'dretw alleommiiMicBU-niKKCOIM PHKSS. nltunurs pa.vaM- - i. nv-plllTHURSDAY, TBRMS. Jl'LY 20. WH. Ivy.. imMuMcv at, Entered at tho OreenrUle. mucoihI''!"'" mntt.ir. The Republican st-- te platform has 23 sections. That is movit g some, and the movement is forward in cat h of them, too. With god principVs in their platform, and the purij good men a: cunid-te- s, will make a strong ifliot to remain ih power in ihc t e Nku Yokk ia aroused ovt r ihc whith introduction of yellow ight there on vsels from was bio Italian ports. Tnere have buci. many deaths, nml si vrnl hundred imigrants ate quarantined, and e.eiy means being taken to s.tainp otu ui d control the matter, preventing of the teiriblc tual.nly. The increasing activity seen in every part of the South in tl c purchase of land by foreih and Western syndicates for colonization pur poses is one of the most stt iking phases of the South "s development. It was but a few weeks ago when we reported the sale to linglish cotton spinners of 32,000 acres of l.ind in Mississippi for S3, 250.000, which was promptly followed by the purchase of 9,000 ncrcs in the same State by Holl4d people tor about announcement $1,000,000. The made two weeks atio of the purchase of a 75.000 acre tract in Morula for $900,000 by (ierman buyers is this week followed by the purchase of about 102,000 acres in the same State, also by Germans, and likewise intruded fur nliii.at on Chicago people luve j "ist bought 3 500 acr s of l.u.d in Genr- ut 2; o acres i?ia anioi line a which they silrrtnlv owned and which will be dev ptd by the bu ling of an electric railroud, and which is likewise intended for colonization. H in. Willi tm Rent, a men ber f C ingress from Ctdifon i , unit J. If. Jordan, associated viih him, In m North p c as:d 36 coo a- -c w hii-will he tut up into i.ur-pnaru-'.- t 1 1 ATURDAY BARGAINS Greenville Light J. & Water Co. (cr, d Till? census rejartinei.t his the ccnu r of population a u little distance southwest of Colum bus, I ud. In this direction has the center been diifling, till it inaj land in western Kentucky at the end of this decade, the rapid develop ment of the Sjuth untk u uedly increasing rapidly all the whi elrom now forward. Dr. II. W. Wiuv, head of the pure food commission, is now on the grill, he being charged with the minor offense of raising a chemist's salary a few hundred dollats a )ear more than is provided by law. At- - Of spring wheat promised .jo condition July the busl e's less than June i, 000,000 and the estimatsd loss of winter wheat during June was 20,000,000 bushels. Of course, the iinmcduite effect was to send grain prices up and stock prices down, for it the crons should be small the railroads would have leas business. There is no rcaton )ct, however, The iinp.iir to fenr small crops. during June :s compared with incnt the uncommonly favorable showing of June 1. At that time everything promised unprecedented crops. The prospect of beniing all records has he ivy crop been impjuicii but o corn hii .vhc.it arc still piouiised. ami the utts. wh oh h ivc: su!t:ro especially, still compared favorably to the two lait with harvests pn-In the first pl.ic. Urge crops are still promised. The winter wheat promised a crop condition July 0 d) S.oco 000 I ushels less than the crop of last )Cir, v licit ai un prcc :dctredly irgc. Although spring whe t su:T:rcl very h.Mvilv s tall funis hid m,ir vtd l. got tl last m i ts, it M I ptomUrd on tin ' r.xuls and Mitt ble tu'dine. first of this month nearly ooa.coj These sals aid n a .y Miullcr b hcls more than wa-- harves'tjd o les which a:u beini; constantly ic-- lost summer. The ajjrg'egite wheal poru d are indicative of the growing Cr p promises, ufti r all the Juue this and distr ition. 7 000. coo bushels more appeci itim other I uds in the opp irtnnitie.--. for than la: t ears h irv s'. Corn prom s iff investment in ihc puichase of i cs less than list tear, but more '1 lie cuUu u Soittht ru p oprii than m any previous )ear. ti it forces which th.' hurv.su lerctoforej In the scond jil v :r nri :'i b:tte cai rird popul ition toiheWst and llst yClr to the Pacific coast arc turning their th m the promise of the .vi liti.ns i t r what ittenli n to the South s the niQSt I'dy t. last year inviting field in the world for opera-ion- . icldcd nearly 33,033.033 budisls more thau the estimates of July The sprtng wheat tield last year was The solvation and uplift of rural considerably better than Ut; 01 America depends more upon the dition July t gve promise of building of good roads than upon Corn yielded a little in rc thin the any one other thing. The farmer indications July 1.' We may com and the people of the small towns out, therefore, very u.tich better and villages do not understand this than the condition rip irt would now, wherefore they need to be edu- suggest. cated to the fact that money spent In the third place, improvement for good roads is not money thrown has already occurred. Ijist week away, whereas money spent for there was enough ram in four immakeshift improvements is worse portant corn States to effect a liter, reflects this. INCORPORATED 1 -- BRSZENDINE'S ijz Bu. Sack Best Meal, 40c. 1 A. GILMAN, Gen, Mgr., Sccty. and Treas. 7 r& Peck " 20c. Meal has Buy a sack Satur- Saturday only and one sack to a cu ilotner. advanced 20c. a bushel this week. day and save a few pennies. YOUR GOOD HEALTH ns well as comfort and enjoyly the ufg of ment is pron-.oic- d v.-r- I r !&) .oigger and .Detter man JLver m ...LOUiSVJlJL2.Ew SEPTEMBER Mm rail - Have us our e'ear. rure itc. fichCi rcgilarly. ou a piece Then there will be no more spoiled or spoiling goods. Then there will be the means of preparing innumerable quenchers and any number of dainty dessert?. Phone us to commence serving you thirst, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 1011. ; Greenville Light " ;. & Water Co. t (I.VCOlUliaATLU) 1 FIX BE THKHE -- WILL YOU-- OlHee Hours,: 7.30 to S a. in. 11 1 t- J hv t:, THRILLING FREE ACTS DAILY RACING - - LIVE STOCK SHOW FINE HORSES - - GOOD MUSIC CLEAN MIDWAY - EDUCATION HEAD-OCOLLISION SATURDAY- PREMIUMS THAN J2VES GLASSES AND MORE Fcr information or catalogue writo to N 1'hone No. 251. 4 to 12 a. 111. to 1.31) p. in. to r. p. r. 1! PERRY M. SKY, Secretary, No. 320 PaUl JOI1CS Building 1 I 0 LCl -1- vo I 111 one i I 1 ilHfirl j BnSliranCe 'f' r j ; i ' borne one in your home prefers vocal music. You'd rather have instrumental. Vou can both be suited with a Victor Double-face- d Record. -- - "pool" food chief, but indications not a luxury, but a necessity, and are that it will not be forthcoming. that the cost of their building is not hint to housekeepers, from the Manhattan (Kan.) Mercury: "Charlcmange is said to have had a tablecloth made of asbestos and used to clean it by throwing it into Ihc fire to consume the dirt. The best asbestos has a fine silky fibre and can be spun in a thread that runs as high as 225 yards to the ounce. Why not buy asbestos clothing and do away with family A HELiM UL washing-?- extravagance but simply a wise investment, on the part of every community everywhere, without regard to what sort of vehicle is favored by those who travel over the roads. Motor Print. Back to the "TccteuTii cne1 ui let: drought of two months, which had threatened the corn crop of Texas and Oklahoma and was retarding the c tton crop, was broken by heavy rains, which fell lor twenty-fou- r hours or more. Sewing machine needles of all kinds, oil, bands, etc., at Roark's. ' r2 " l' ' T- - Ml k 1 Two records in one almost at the price of one- ilLJ l'"-'- 1 j- - t"J "'reo, We represent the Home 9 tiut writes ell fnsur nf M y , kinds of farm and city property. onn Cr Y OARK MUH LENBERG COUNTY Water. Onk of the latest frauds of magnitude against the government was turned in from Chicago last weekf when it was announced that a dozen many makers of oleomargarine, dealers and one or two rercnue agents had conspired to defraud the nation, with the result that a neat sum of $200,000 had been stolen. It appears that matters of this kind arc being turned almost every day, and taxpayers are wondering where it will all end, or if disclosures of this kind will never cease. New York, Boston, Chicago and St'. Louis have been designated as postal savings banks, to begin business August 1, and it is expected the volume will be great, as in the larger cities much of the population is torcign, and as they arc accustomed to doing banking business with the governments at borne, will be inspired to do so here. There have been more than 1,000 as postal post offices designated savings banks, and the yolume of business has exceeded all expectations. post-offic- We have been thinking any time the last forty years that the civil war , but we must be mistaken or the news has not reached Ilcy-burHe is Senator from Idaho. thoroughly aroused, and fully alive to the felonious purpose of the South in sundering the Union. He never Joses a chance to show how patriotic he is and how much he abhors secession. On the great issues of retaining in a sinecure a colored employe who in early life had served Jefferson Davis, Senator Heyburn deemed it necessary to denounce the old uegro'i il loyally to an infamous caise." It is a great pity y that Heyburn v ai. not born ea.-lenough to undertake the job of put-lin- g dawn the rebellion was-overn, With a view to restore the Miss issippi River to use as a means of transportation a company has been organized to operate a line of steel bargee between New Orleans and St. I.ouis. The first barge, with a Did you ever have your spectacles 1200-to- n cargo, has been towed on or a piece of jewelry mended and on trip to St. I.,oms and the pjcanjiijatjon you found a great pile sent back with a return load, showing of uijsigfyUy igad all flyer the joint and perhaps on the artiplp itscf, left a handsome profit in composition there by tljp jeweler? with rail rates. There is small risk; I USE 14 K. GOLD SOLDER the barges are so constructed as to on all spectacles and jewelry, and be practically unsinkable, and when finish the joint so neatly that you loaded only draw about seven feet can't locate the breakof water. The tow boats are iron If your .watch is sick I can reof the vessels. The practicability store t t9 health.. maintenance of regular trips back snow voy let and forth is assured, the only matter Mccracken in doubt being the ability to win Wh tilniMUr.r anil Jownler back to the river a part of the lloarU's Kuril It nit- sto;v freightage now carried by rail. This will have to be done in the face of fierce competition; but water would carrying, once be of the greatest public benefit. The outcome of the experiment will More than nine out of ever be noted with interest. It is now well recognized that a ten cases of rheumatism are great industrial mistake has been simply rheumatism of the made in the United States in the muscles, due to cold or damp, In of canal or chronic rheumatism. premature abandonment and river carrying. Some day we such cases no internal treatThe free shall wake up to a belter apprecia- ment is required. tion of our immediate surroundings. application of There is an increasing push in this 5 direction because of the steadily advancing cost of living. Wp Jay be driven to the extremity of falling n js all that is needed, apd t is back once more on our fresh-watto give quick rejiej. pive it opportunities and advantages. $ trial And see for yourself how quipjiiy it relieve? the pain and A fresh shipment of "Big Ben" soreness. Price ?5fij large size, 50c alarm clocks is going fast at Mack's Cures 'Golds" In any part of body watch shop. RoMcvns AftV '""-- n a(i lionr. Something flew! Gold Soldering FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY GIVE US A CALL :- AVINGS BANK Greenville, Ky, -: up-riv- BONDS WANT INSURANCE. WPN YOU BLAGKWELL BROS QREINV1LLE, KY. - Appreciating your past patronage we solicit all or part of your future Banking' business. THOS. E. SUMNER, Cashie?. m elmer - Rheumatism t 5aV6 t7CpM I I I ONE OF OUR THE FIRST NATIONAL 1 BANK J H j FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS The regular prico is $ 100. Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us wilhin five days after seeing it nnd telling ua where tlicy saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of S25. Books and stationery are included. No time limit. If not ready now, buy one for future use. for only $25. 9 EH I I GREENVILLE, KENTUCKY DIRECTORS W. A, Wickliffc, W. G, Duncan, C. E Martin, R. T. Martin, E. J. Purycar, C. M. Martin, Jno. T. Reynolds, Jr. ? s ? The standing and responsibility of the men who constitute our Board of Directors are a guarantee of careful, judicious management. . I H H H ILiniment cer-fcii- A Clean Man y " 111 See Coombs & Co. before you o 27 sell your beef hides. We leave it to you to say how good is our furniture polish. We know it is the best we cn iuy, and sell under a guarantee. If not Ihe best you ever used, retu'n Dr. Fenner'sGough Honeyli wiicie itiivr mill 1. ino fail tin- - trill iiruii; a Pure Tukrii Iwfun- i jpu'Uio prcvulit drip,' Cold-,- '' ItlKMiimill.iii, Croup, rt CoiiHuiiipliiui. AMlimu.llruiirliHK.t ula ill, V ltol rM Inftiiriiza. Wlioopins Cuugli Tiie Mc lzu bj mail COc. Kmlimla. '.. V. IP & W Outside clcanhccss is les3 than half tha bnttle. A man may c6rub himself a dozen times a day, and still be unclean. Cood, health means cleanliness not only outside, but insidc.",1t means H clean stomach, clean boweb, clean blood, a clean liver, and, new, clean, healthy tissues. The man who is clean in this way AvjJJ look it and act it. He will work with energy and think pjenn, cjear, healthy thjiujihts. He will never be troubled with liver, lung, stomach or blocj disorders. Dyspepsia and indigestion originate in unclean stomachs. Ulood diseases are found where there is unclean blood. v.uiijunipuon nu Druncmtis mean unclean lungs. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery prevents these diseases. It ronhes n man's Insidcs clean ccd healthy. It cleans tho digestive organs, makes pure, clean blood, and clean, healthy flesh. and get ycur money quick ard pleasHh'.a antly. ROARK. . i . il In Fresu, smoked apA cslted. JJ?eats E. Coombs & Co's of all kinds at J. o 20 makes kidneys market. Laxative cfaaturo is on every Bromo-Oninin'm e Los of the gtuniia Tablets 'h in BTJSI3VTESS dCtH it INCOtU'OIIATKD. COXJLOB. B end bladder right It restores tone to the nervous system, and cures nervous exhaustion anI prostration. It contains no alcohol or drugs. Constipation is the most unclean uncleanlincss. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pt3 Jets cure it. They never gripe. Easy to take as candy. habit-forniin- g 2 ( ; i M Printing Sos Us Before G0I11A Wc arc hereto serve you with anything in the line of printed stationery for your business and personal use. BILL HEADS LETTER HEADS CARDS ENVELOPES WEDDIN3 INVITATIONS P DETERS OR ANNOUNCEMENTS OF ALL KINDS The best quality of work at prices that arc RIGHT I. C. R. R. LOCAL The remainder of the week at the Brakeman Killed at Graham Tuesday opera house ofiers many, special N. i. Sedbcrry, a brakeman on a features and no one should fail to coal train, died at Graham at 10 3 attend. o'clock Tuesday afternoon, just 12 hours after he was injured there Needles for all sewing machines at Muhlenberg Public School while "poling" a car ahead of an Roark's. engine, in the operation ne was Teachers in Annual a railroad crosslie that had The man who stays at home all the using been taken from the track, mid the lime is the only fellow who knocks, Session Here. pressure was so great that the tie according to a member of the booscollapsed, one of the ends catching ting club. Hadn't figured it just that Sedbcrry in the breast and crushing Large Attendance, Deep Interest and way, but the more wc think of it, him seriously. The railroad surgeon the closer wc come to the conclusion Great Good Being Accomplished Dr. J. CL Hohannon, of this city, that the booster is tight. who remain attended the brakrman, By United Efforts. ed conscious rifiht ud to the mo per Home rendered lard i2)4c. ment of death. The body was prepjund. J. K. Coombs & Co. pared for shipment and yesterday Local Entertainment Is General, and Work and Play Combine for Mrs. June Richie, aged 80 years, morning was carried to Ruttawa, grandson, his home. Sedbcrry was unmarried, died at the home of her the Good of All. by his father and Mr. James Mansfield, at Luzerne, and is survived Monday night, after an illness of mother. (OiTY WSTITUT How to Reclaim Land. Dr. Fred Mutchlcr, the instructor who is here with the teachers in their institute this week, will deliver a Mr. Arthur C. Howard has ac cepted the position of store manager Muhlenberg's school teachers arc f r the Greenville Coal Co. at its combining work and play here this new operations at .Murtwick. Mr. Howard has had much cxpeiiencc, week in their annual institute, which xonni began Monday and will continue NO. and is a valuable man. 13$ Loiilovillt- Exprts-ll- ll until Friday altemoon. The meetIixjiri h rt UouIkvUW- - Umltr l'yphoid fever is enlarging its ings arc being held in the circuit !W IVntrnl I'ttj Give us your job work. riil'Tll nur area, and many persons all over the court room of the couit house, and NO. county arc confined with this dis- Prof. IS. G. Shaver, the county suniu 135 Puilmvik mi' CaW Republican State Ticket. IS 10 131 Fulton Sec JJig Hen at Macks watchfimmHlaHn SUP pin ease. perintendent, has planned every0 New Otfuui hc-ui- i IS. of C. O'Rear, Governor ICM S. O. icp. (LohUx Mr- jNiMor. uul) IA)u making shop. thing possible for the comfort and Montgomery county. v.(?. Cuwroui. A. JhuoS. ivil. City Buys Extra Fire Nozzles. convenience of the teachers and Lieutenant Govtroor L .L. Bris- Mr. M. H. McDonald, who has The uty council has provided visitots. There has been a marked tow, of Scott county. been ill for two weeks at the home four cxlra fire nozzles, and this is promptness and regularity of attenAuditor L. W. Bethurum, of of Mr. J N. Lyon, has developed a one ot the best moves that coulti dance, while the interest has been Rockcastle county. case ot typhoid fever, and is under July 30 is hz dats of the next the care of a trained nurse. He is have been made. We have availa- deep und general, every teacher Secretary cf State A. J. Oliver, ble j, 200 feet of fire hose, and have displaying enthusiasm and manifest- of Allen . county. $1.75 excursion to Louisville. getting along very nicely, and his had only two nozzles, which was ing a better conception of the intent Attorney General Tom B. Mc fever has never reached an alarming Good morning! Are you Retting entirely inadequate for the amount of the meeting. The programs from Gregor, of Matshall county. point. in your coal yet? of hose, as it has been possible to day to day arc covering every phase Tictsurer Herman MMiroe, of Call on Leslie Hale, next to First put only two streams on a fire. In of school u oik, which is becoming LouUvillc. Automobile visitors have bc diver.-ified from year to year. National Hank; for candies, books, the business district it is alwas more Superintendent of public instruct scarce this week. possible to have as many as four The teachers arc fortunate in the ion T. W. Vinson, of Caldwell sundries, cigars, tobacco, etc. f3 streams playing on a blaze, and the selection made for them in their in county. rain u what A .good The school per cap'ii his heon extra nozzles may be the means of structor, as Dr. Fred Mutchlcr is the Commissioner of Agriculture D. wc need. The showers wc have Kire chief very man for the place. His ad W. Clark, of given a substantial boost, and is now saving much property. Knox county. held the been getting have scarcely announced as $4 40. It will be Riley Dexter is making every effort dresses and suggestions are right up Clerk of the Court of Appeils C. from blistering. crops p'casing to the school teachers to to bring the department to the high the mark, and to him is due in large N. Wilson, of the Eleventh district. havj still fu thjr rcvi ns, so long est efficiency, and is receiving the degree the credit for the successful The work done on the county as they are going as they have been. help of the councilmen and the bus meeting. The following teachers Swing settees for porches at Ro roads this season has been very iness men. ark's. are in attendance: satisfactory, and the condition of daughter Nettie, the 13 j ear-olV. M. Mosely, J. W. Quizine, our highways is creditable. of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Underwood, Large line of collapsible gocarts (Tordic Young, Price Grundy, M. C. of Hillside, died Monday afternoon, at Roark's. 1'iiccs iiiht. Hughs, O. J. Ragland, Marion Tay With the shortening of the days it after a prolonged illness of typhoid is not thought that wc shall have fever. She was a bright, A young man who is rather slangy, lor, R. IS. Layman, G. II. Nuffsin- attractive sucji extreme temperatures for any ger, Carl lioonc, Lqlia iaker, Ida girl, and was a great favorite among and keeps up with all the newest ex ;) .ir.li nf.'itmn Cnr ihn ln till m nf fhf her associates. Burial was at the pressions, using all such phrases Barnard, Ar.k-i- Had, L;hel James, Malta Jcrtkin, 'cart K.Ucy, Mamie isothmer. liberally in his conversation, Tuesdsvyu , Hives LHPaul by his Hale,' Claude Notfsinyer, worrfcu all his 'friend's strength ha"s been incessant use of the "Believe Heltsley, A Benncit, Lcmont Pan- sum lias uiii:uLt:u ii ludituai juuvk greatly increased by the addition of mc," which followed almost every nell, Lola Bivinsj Maggie Johnson, nil sasn iiuvi four nozzles. inn in inc irninnr remark he made. While talking to unic Gibbs, John Brazier, Ina "doors from the Wisconsin mills to lS'va Allen, a young lady he had used this phrase Shutt, I ma Dukes, Mr. Scott Dexter and wife were points in Kentucky, the new rates to few dozen titties, and she finally Pearl Johnson, Willie Head, Ora in Central City a day or two this become effective on September i. criticised him, saying that he should Sisk, Artie Whilson, Nell Shut', week. abandon his slang. He was not of- Ermine Posey, Mittie Craig, Laura It is now easier to get teamsters, The local views of scenes and fended, "but inquired what he should Cisncy, Willie Williams, Jara Lang the as farmers are through with personages displayed at the picture use instead, and was told that he ler, C. A. Bennett, Romna Kittin-geheaviest of their work, and are in Lulia Laccfield, Felix Grundy, show attract much attention' and might say " Discredit mc not," but position to take on some outside praise, and draw the crowds nightly. Mc has "Big Den," one of the that was too much for him, and he Lula Ford, G. R. Whitmcr, John B. hauling. Wilcox, W. J Johnson, Mamie Cole- best alarm clocks on the market. will probably shift to a less particuMrs. W. R. Henderson and little man, N. IS. Jones, G. B. Noffsinger, lar girl. We are not wanting any fires, but son, Willis Craig, returned Monday Mr. H. C. Wilkinson is improving Will Young, Elgin Carey, S. O. we are now betif one should come, night from a several weeks visit to residence property K. Coombs & Co. buy beef Noffsinger, Lorenc Sparks, Sherman his Main-stree- t J. ter in position to attend it, as we relatives by having a concrete walk along the and friends in Missouri. hides. Highest cash price. Green, C. C. Haydcn, Amy Lon have plenty nozzles; being able to front, and the addition of a concrete gest, Mattie Newman, Jennie Jefiers, play half a dozen streams on the Messrs. Fred Head and Orien 1 Typewriter ribbons, all machines, Fred Flemming, Todd Shutt, H. H. varauda. flame. Roark spent Sunday at Diamond at Roark's Cisncy, Murtlc Carnes, Anne Cole Springs. The hotel is over-ruA Bissell carpel sweeper will Mjs. James W. Oates is a sufferer man, Neil B,arnes, 'f. M. Vincent, and persons are putting up with all last longer than 40 corn brooms, Wc were somewhat premature in from typhoid feves, but is getting rs. 'ellie Stewart, sorts of discomforts to enioy the making the announcement la,st week Mina Griffin, cos,tipg from $12 to the sweep along splendidly and her condition Ethel B,rown, Beula Qlark, Willie . wonderful water, deljghtfu,! coolness that Rev. Wm. ' Sec them at fayorable to rapid recovery. J. Mahoney had ac May Allen, Lizzie Kiitinger, Clara ers cost 3 to $$.?S-js very and marvelous display of natuie'-s-. cepted the call to the pastorate of Roark's, and havo other advantages Lee, Carrie Buchanrion, QlHc pinn, than the moncy-aavin- g features ex There is to be another 1.75 ex- wonders at and around this resorij the Baptist church at Madisonvillc. Bessie Oales, Rena Plain, W. li plained. on July 30, which could be made one of the The matter was being held up by cursion to Miller, pell Smith, Huth J ones, "and several people are arranging most popular in the South with Jr. Mahoney, as he was considering The county teachers were enter proper preparation and adenuate several other propositions, from the Mijdred Vincent, Saline Gmndy, their affairs 0 that they may go. Myrtle Faughcnder, Dixie Boswell, tained at the high school building publicjty. South. However, he made an Jessie Bradley, Mqudc Wood, M. IS. tucsday night, and had a great Let Mc fi$ youj clpck. at his service at the The vast reductions announced. nouncement B,unch, flroner I'orter, J. M. Mason, time, bQtfo in the Luilding and on phijrch Sunday night tha he would for 191 2 models of motor cars is a.t Sephia Goodman, Uthel Whitcscar tne campus, in the music room Jvjakc a rjQt$,c like a hustler, and go to ajadis,oiivilp. trading m.ijch attention from sonie ver, Harry Goodman, Arbry Brown, instrumental and vocal . music was help boost things. of our people, and it is hoped that It is a hard matter for us to get Bunnie Wood, Eula Bodine, Beula enjoyed, while outdoors the time Roark's furniture polish is some the interest may not spend itself in as much rain as we really need, but Rcdic, Florence Hogg. was spent in visiting the tents of the what better than, the rest, and is sold anticipation, but that some cars will the showers appear just in lime to gypsies, and later refreshments of Mrs. C. M Howard left Tuesday considerably cheaper, and with the be broucht here. One concern of keep crops moving, and the one brick cream, imported cakes and money back if staunch and sturdy reputation has Sunday is causing everything to for a stay of some weeks with rela mints were served. Misses Grace broadest guarantee not better than any you ever used announced a 6 cylinder, 46 h.p. car, jump right along, at the same time tives and friends in Lebanon and Hohannon and Lillian Eades and with 36 inch wheels, fitted complete it brought welcome relief from the Marion county. Mesdames Felix Rice and Wm. As has been, it is, and how long with top, windshield and speed Lovell vere the gypsies, and in their excessive heat. Get valuable information about it will obtain no one knows, but the ometer, at a price of $1850; which land; Dr. forecasts they were able to please all public neglects attendance on the is appealing to anyone who is inter Only about two more months of how to reclaim worn-ou- t Mutchler has given the matter much who sought information on many sessions of the annnal institute of estcd, and even affords satisfaction suitable weather remaining, and not important subjects. II teachers. Visitors to those who can never hope to own a circus announced. county Ahe What is the study, and will t. the people many would undoubtedly get - much good a car, out (leiiulit in seeing the matter that this, one of the best valuable things tonight at the court The Record 50c. per year. from the discussions, addresses and development of this means cf dcligh: show towns in the state, has been hue. papers, and the teachers would-boverlooked oy the many managers ful transportation. It has been discovered that catof vast tented aggregations? inspired and helped by the presence tle in DvvieBS county is aflccted by of the patrons. Hear varied sc Central City will have two days of scabies. An investigation is being lections on the Vic The moving picture show is gain baseball next Sunday and Monday, m tdc by experts, and it is likely tor talking ma that a quarantine will be establish ing in attendance nightly, and is dc .hincs at Roark's when Paducah will play the Central ed. serving of the mot liberal patron The world's best City team, the games being callet "fivery vai.tiam Watch inovo- age, as the performance is clear, tnuiit is guaranteed tho niumt- music, as well as all at 2.45 each afternoon,. Tlu's,e against any defeat In I iumatps at the I facturera or Th rs arc now 22 attractive apd. appealing. I both play fust ball and will tnatvriHl i.institution. This the popular selections, speeches teams I rrtwiranteo U vilhout t' nc limit, pn x farm, seven hiving b.'cn ad be worth witnessing. and holds good the world over. bands, orchestras, instrumental so Summer fur los, mittrd dining the past wrrk. and Victors range in qnariettes. nilurc, porcl price from S10 to $ico. Vintrolas !r F, O Let U havintr Iuk hundn The annual union Sunday-schoo- l sets, n w n $75 to S250 Large library of re pir-niwas l.o d in lite woods west full l Mil' for ihrni. bu heisduitiK goods, set cords and all kinds of talking ma of town yesterday, und hundieds ol It in the vory best manner, and has I tees, cots chine supplies. men, women and rhil.lrtti enjoyed made many improvements on the Old Hickory- plice during his stay there as keeper. Water is getting scarce in some the day in many pleasant' ways. chairs and Basket dinner was served. now in use sections. rockers, etc Let nothing prevent you htarirg We have a large assortment of in Roark'i Do you drink coca-cola- ? If you .want that dead watch or Dr. Mutchler 's lecture toi iglr at tre .Waltham Watches Then in Gold, Gold co m pi eU-- trylours. . It is.pu remand refreshing clock put to work, let Mc have it courthouse. Admhision is fre, and Filled, Silver and Nickel Cases. Taylor & Poole. stock. a 20 aud he will pur it to running. every one is invited. flMl CARD. roit-soiking 1 n-ar- some two weeks Irom chronic diarthe oldest rhoea. She was r ne persons in this section, and was widely known and generally beloved Interment was in the graveby all. yard at l'lesant Hill church at 3.30 U. 44 aw o'clock Tuesday afternoon, and the t at )ui i.ohhi ceremony was largely attended by relatives and iriends. WILL CLOSE FRIDAY AFTER000N lecture tonight at the court house on the subject" The Conservation of the Soil, or Reclaiming the Worn out Farm." This is one of the most important matters that could be dis cussed, as land is becoming valual L and there should be the very best use made of it. American people have not begun to get the returns from the land that they should. The court room should be packed, especially by those who arc interest ed in lands. Admisaion free, and Dr. Mutchler is a man all invited. of learning, and knows how to present forcibly the tacf. which he has gathered by wide study, work and experiences. There has not been a more versatile man before our people In a long while, and not only the been benefitted have teachers his presence here, but even one by who has been in contact with him has gotten valuable information and lasting inspiration. Mud M s iU MM We Pay. greatest tax on the American people, therefore the correction of the evil is the most important thing that can engage our attention. The penalties impos ed by miserable roads fall on every individual, high and low, rich and poor, city dweller and rural resident. They take up our time, add to the cost of our products, delay our regular movements, deprive us of pleasure, wear out our teams, vehicles and harness, keep us from mingling with our fellows, hold down land values, congest people in Bad roads are the unsanitary districts instead of scattering them over all the land, and in ways innumerable throttle the progress and development of human beings and clog the wheels of commerce. A good road, no matter how winding and hilly, is a constant delight, while the straight and smooth road, without grade and proper surface, is an index of poverty and a serious brake tha't hinders everyone and everything for the betterment of is iur r, Grapes are Ripe and in our large and wellchosen stocks there is at all times choice picking. Just now there are many rich, juicy sayings in our offerings in the Wall Paper Department; this is ad justing season with us, a.nd you will profit thereby. Some patterns are at a low ebb, and some others are here in too large quantities, ings for two or three rooms. both conditions to your $i; benefit, as it requires very little money to get cover- The J. L. ROARK ESTATE BASEB ALL Paducah vs. Central City at the Athlecic Grounds at Central City SUNDAY Game called and pjii. MONDAY, JULY 23 Admission 25:. Ladies Fre2. and 24 Grand Stand Ifc. at 2.45 LTlj' BETTER MATTRESS FOR LESS MONEY Let us prove to jou that the Stearns & Foster Windsor grade Mattress is superior to any 15.00 mattress advertised in the magazines. You don't have to buy on faith. We'll show you the inside (an important side to know) of the very mattress you buy. STEARNS & FOSTER 1 c MATTRESS WINDSOR GRADE $13i Waltham Watches a. e. Mccracken. 2,000,000 A positive guarantee of money back if not satisfactory on 60 nights' trial. Come in today. We've got all the good things at very reasonable prices. Tie J. L. ROARK Estate e 1 ROARK Furniture, WeJlpdwper, Shades, Moldings. Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper,5, Slippers, Grve Vailts. Disinfection ROARK Ct009taC019e(Ctl990llttOII SWAT THE FLY! ; j IT'S A DEADLY PERIL 2 c he common housefly is at known of nil insects and the the best most iKmgerous to mankind. One millions of fl earning, as it in pewn- -, deadly fcurterii I "The Liver Pills act So Naturally and Not Easily." Such .1 statement, coming from the cashier of a ban'.:, shows what confidence responsible people have in these pills. Mr. A. L. Wilson after trying them wrote: 1 have usftl Dr. MHp' Nurve and Liver Tills and also your Antl-rnl- u Why Our Name has been before the public for 30 years, most of the time right on the spot where vc are now located. 9L nny, Us. I ring the tide jiUgiu t: its flight, most ten J 1 is a gross dis ritut r n! the germs of typhoid fever, tly&iiury, and tubercuitoatij. Millions are speiii every )ear in fighting the a t named rfis;asc. Public and private saniLii im for its preventi m, treatment or cure unci fr .jU1t.1l. I . iTIie Our Aim c nstanU.' has been to sell I he best goods in our lines, at the IMIIa. on myself, with 1M11 nnst rcasonaM? prices. Our services are of the highest grade, our wares the best, and our equipment compares with the best of the larger cities. We endeavor constantly to increase our usefulness. $1 The Liver good rewiHs. net so nnttimliy nnd an onally Unit I amrcoly Imow that I Frequently liavo taken a plH. being- Antl-I'aln troubleo with headache I I'HI and got take nn Immediate relief In every caae." A. J- - Wilson. Bnartn. HI. Mr. Wllaon was for a number of yenrs cashier of tho First National Hank of Sitarla. Courier 05S y sxist i in in y cluructcr ji'ucch of the thecoma-sio- n duruse is now naif I 111 Our Claim O.i your patronage h based on a service the duration of an ordinJ ary life tbv.c, and a square deal assured every one. The experience and knowledge of this third of a century arc at your command. accum-ulnlc- . i.:s Me properly well Uion Mid Dr. Miles' 1: is h Uct that nuu insoUietl, th.ntsiinU of vinini h n i g tnbqr-ctNerve and Liver Pills r advanced s ii a m ro Many arc different from others. Mgc siill Hve ih their limits kinds of liver pills are "impossible" and do tmiot s ih ihfir associates after one trial on account of their act? : they did bef .r; the harshness. Dr. Miles' Nerve and ed them. Liver Pills do not act by sheer force W ith ninny :n h t 5i i t'ny habit, but in an easy, natural way, withii:m:imI. Wit !; common and out griping or undue irritation. (timinal iaiH hi- - sh thry pursue They arc not habit forming. thi habit, audio .! o i 1. ncc s tni If the flrst bottle falli to benefit, yaur p.rtless lo prevent tlu dangerous druggist will return the price. Ask him. 1. iwi-cMILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. smx disease I and ;h: otherwise health Hions world, the fly h an able and peris-tc'i- l spreader of uiren.ul.'sis germs, Bulbs of all Kinds in Stock. l'eediii? as it dois on l:und and Mts Lena Arnold has in stock all in o d natter, ft-liquid, d itids of bulb;?, and now is the time link, it moves which the Following o bfgiu the cultivation. off earning the dtngeroiis bacteria re ready for delivery, and orders lo the persons and homes d others. iken for others, and prompt Whatever it touches it contanim Chinese Sac ml guaranteed: males. It goes naturally to an) Ullies. 10c each, 3 for 25; Taper food exposed to its ti ght i:i unscrecn Grandiflora, 2 for houses, and A'hite Narcissus, ed ami unprotected 30c doz; Roman Hyacinths, should it alight but a few seconds single White, 5c each, 50c doz; uaoH what is to be eaten it rnn each, leave there germs euougirto tltHrnH .plfcllditililLajsinthSt DutrhL 5c 60c do.; Forcing Dutch Hacinths, whole fandly. doz; Tulips, mixed, Every careful householder will ioc each, $1.00 joc doz. sec that his home ia proper! screened.. In spite of this precaution flics will invade hou vjrs, Should they do so no mercy must be shown them. They should be killed whcneve found. There is no telling from whence they have come, but one thing- is certain: they have come from no clean place. There is not one chance in a million that they have not come from a manure pile, a garbage can or a sick room. And their heads and feet ars the most perfect collections of filth and germs ever devised. The former arc provided with a profusion of hairs White Sewing Machines, in and bristles, while each of the six rotary and vibrator; needles. feet present even a better degree of shuttles, etc. in stock for all collecting power. d HENRY WATTERSON Editor. WK CAN L'RMlSn vor The J. L. ROARK Estate Dm Slorc 1 ORIEN L. ROARK, Manager i) im. FURNITURE IsUiJlisiisd TORS m WEEKLY !3?) Lnnj Dlsldncc Telephones: ?; Home 108 URSER-- J I50T1I i)SE Yl-A- mm FOR lOi 1 $; j &j f j igi v &f & ' J &&&&&& f & LIB We can also give liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier-Journa- l. Thr. A (iroatct BLUE ROSEx-c$J Ot -- Write Courier-Journ- al Comj Rosr Kcvclty of the Century Scr.d for Description and Price List OrcibMltoiiHOrt Thr, New Rose (Ylolr.t Blue) Mailed by the Rose Growers as Use Forerunner of the Corn- flower Blue Rase. Ycry Yior- ous ani hardy. Free Bbomlni GUMBBiLAND TELEPHONE (INCOR - & TELEGRAPH GO. rOKATBD) pany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be-- sure to send your subscription order to this paper NOT to the .70HIS E. RACKEBRANDT s Princeton, Ky. Long: distance- Unco and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana, Southern Illinois, Kentucky, Tenness. o, Mississippi We can put you In quick aid and satisfactory communication with the people of th t? great section of the country. We solicit your patronago. Rates reasonable. Equipments and facilities unsurA passed. ! Ride with meet all trains, day and night, with Bus ! WHR H. CAUDV. I'm- ru, '. . LtUNO HUME, "'l Hm eeooa09a9eoeoeso Deal at home as much J The Greenville Transfer Go. I I They as pcss'.ble. Build up your J JUST RECEIVED This will home town. make you a better home I market and enhance the J I I value of your property. I . and Baggage wagon. Many Patterns of 1911 Wallpaper I KILL THE COUGH AND CURE the LUNGS TV machines. ROARK'S STORE. If you have a watch r clock out PBIGB EOfl'ttrja. FOR of running order, jewelry to be reGet potted plants and cut flowers 1M paired, or sewing machines out of from Miss Lena Arnold. AHP AIL THBQAT AND service, bring them to McCracken OK MONEY SBIUNDZD, Take your beef hides lo J. E. and get firstclass guaranteed work. Coombs & Co. and get the cash. Burr Grist Hill. Uest work, prompt service; give Several patterns of swing porch My new bJrr grist mill is in oper your laundry to Joe Morgan, who in ation; call on your merchants for settees at Roark's, and you are will appreciate your patronage. to vited to call. Also ready White Flint meal. furnish the public with chicken feed If you have not and chopped cor,n. heard the Victor J. A. Shaver. jl 28 talking machines, rC 1 alP. y!'4,"J v'"of'irrTitl'th'lI' cen'iho (Xv "jfJrm comin Simple. call at Roark's. If Ii B usejl f t, MrlH lurrv Sam.i AND Give your job printing orders to iile or free If you name you have heard them, call again and J tint r'" lyeir. The Record. often: they never grow tiresome. rennmiioii Tub. Co. re Ilea on it . lktou, Mus. Large library of records and all A Tttccoll rnrnpl SweCDCr will riiotoerrtpiir RI kinds of talking machine supplies last longer than 40 corn brooms, costing from $12 to $15; the sweep Sec the very latest thing in carpet IIUI I I I l ere cost S3 to 575- - Sec them at sweepers at Roark's. lOTli; ..cJmention . I IW Roark's, and have other advantages Vii Am8rlMnPholptphy JHxJp features ex . a. than the money-savin- g 6 lleawm tl . mT Telephone No 5 and your laundry plained. will be called for and delivered. Dr. King's Now Discovery WITH UV1 5 2? Strong C81fg's Gompact 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. ' THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER CO., 10M0? Lake St., Cliicast JWii en you wan1 ( ?4rMH , McCracken has the largest stock of dials for timepieces ever fit w ..w .U j nnd Call l in ih rntinfv. j anything from the court house clock to a toy watch. -1 V -- Very Scrtous for one making nd iave the vrronjj en? given ycu, For fate reason wo urge you in buying 19 be careful to git the gonuia It is l very serious matter to a?fc Joe Morgan solicits that grocery order, and will show his appreciation by supplying thp best goods at the very lowest prices, fuick delivery and courteous jreaHneut. Typewriter ribbpns, legal blanks, document covers, carbon paper at this office. Telephone that grocery want to Joe Morgan and get the best goods at lowest prices. Miss Lena Arnold asks the patron age of the public, and guarantees that satisfactory work v. ill be done in her clothes 'CCbe IRecoib ;louisvi!le.Kx If you want a milk chocolate, strawberry milk or Uimbo Flip, we Black-6rwigH- T Taylor & Pocle Jhave it. 'jioase and Land for Rent. 7 ENGRAVERS Prices Quite as Eeaspnable as Consistent with Quality. IANUFACTURING HARCQUIit M aI jQll Liver Medicine ble medicine, Tti rrnutatlon of thla old. relia for constipation, in digestion end liver trouble, 13 nrm-I- v established. It does net imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sals than ell others combined. F2 SOLD IN TCWII The Cptain Roark' property, lble, fine water, sever room hoiie al acres of land, rejii y for cultivation .located just outside g( town, on two ftteets. will be rented reavcfibly. Fine location, desirable uorae. Apply to Orien I. Roark, Greenville, Ky. the use cf & gccdlaxativ -- , to Krep the biAvels open and prevent the pcisons cf undigested feed from gettin&lrito your wires?. 'egetable, gent!:, r"J-l- y The latest product t i 1 Jcncc ' VE 1 'O L3.v.atl 0 Lh sr '.veil as onths reliable cad, of a tlca.Nirt, am. at., t iif. VcNo cct., 01 itjaiai ard towels, and !of t .. grtaV-i- t possible eif.cac In consUpatlcn, Indigestion, biIioa-:i3-sVF 1 sick headacha, fevcrjahness, cullc,tUtuIanc, etc. Try 3, Physicians Advise cleaning, largest line of the best baby and repairing shop The T.ry Jtfi'ss Lena Arnold's shop for carriage in town are on display at Give us your job work. high grade clothes prssin. pressing MUM IAXATIV! COME and SEE THEM YRUP Ihe J. L. ROARK ESTATE