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Muhlenberg County & jjj The investment is $ Get our rates. g si is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clay, jwetc, and the most inviting field in for investment of capital and pluck. Ken-ftuck- y i 4 VOL. XIII. NO. 24. GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1911. Kentucky Fair Dates. THO RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE NIX Thu follow Ins m e the ilute I1mI for ltuUliiij; tin Kciitticky Krtlrw for IUI1 an fur h tttv lotuicBteil lo rr t t an Monon Route oaiforw f Announces New Schedule or I'oiri'ctluiiH of tHtrit. nxy uuiiiitv-'toiilleuititrnuii. July 13 -- 3 ilayn. of Fares One Way and Round Trip. -- flr CORRECT PRUNING. Much BRAMBLE FRUITS. Jit. SliMlltiR. July S3 3 (luyn, Ctt'orKulowii, July 23 Sduya. (Iixm. Uiui'tiMtor, July 36 St MM PIF BE DISCOURAGED 1'ruvlildiicv. Augunt SiIhm. l4. Tho Right nr.d Wror.fl Way Illustrated nnd Described. Tlic quest Jon rrinently nri?es when to prime. Anion-- the earlier tills (jtieuion win of ton as fjllow: I'rtiup v. lieu your a e mivirn liveknife I khnrp. Tlii f..;i .v with sowe ly safe ruellia l:ivlvos plants, bul wlior i ii1 p:.'.l-vthe uinnaireiiicnt v( p.tio-lvplauUitloii" U i nit u e.ty to "pruni? In tlil mlocllmie" f.i:ihto:i. Now Huntlnud I louwituul. The work nnwt netvawrily to done nt some particular Reason mv.i carried o:i In a systematic manner after onie definite plan. With most orchardlst and gnnlenora pruning can best be done during the winter or oatly sprhur moutln. ami whare the objwt i the tumoral of ia undoiil KUiall branch t?d quit' a satls'iU'ory as a:iy other. In faot. pruu'n:: durlus late hortk-iil-laria- t . t' i j I ii-oi- j 1'iiopstt ami mritoi'iu: ruuNUco. spring. alout t!io time or Just previous to the b?;j'.im$;iT of frrnvtli, advaut ip'"us with t'io injaoh. a a uk all inat that jury to the nuinii'l trrowtii from win-tkillhiK Avill Ik appiriMit. r.ntl tho pvuuor win tako iiuva'itaw of Ih's t) remove all dead r lajuro.l bran;hc UU plan and at tho mn thuo a maximum quaatPy of so as to wooil In order i soouri' a crop of fruit, whlo'i mifrht not be possible were tho usual practice of half lh annual growth followed hi such seasons. Willi applo an I pear, whlh suffer front whiter killing. lh: annual prunlnj; can a.s well be done in March iu the north as at any other season. likeWilli tho grape, howevo. whlrli If ly to produce a heavy llow of the pruning l delayed until late In t'ie asblL it Sa uiidoibtedly bot to do the muir dur'ttir t io lato fall and arty 1 purtit-u-larl- ls 1 Danville AiiKUat .1 iluy. Arduous Work In Silecticn end VciiimH, AugUKt S "i tlayn. Cress Breeding. Aitsut 7 Ihj. In considering the hybridisation of 3 1.i.vh. AiiRtiHt or bramble, fruits, Kural tho rubu. rnioutoivu. Auzuat - &Iii,vh. st;tte. that the progress Kliiuli'thUiwit. AtiutU I l;i i. New Yorker , Ausu-lliny. of Improvement la bramble fruits h Ijiwixmu rliiUT. AtiRUMt h tluy. particularly Iow and uncertain. There I Uaya. I.vltohllelil. Ansust has 1h"ti much arduous work in selee . riy-- . Auimt and there to tin ; nl raw ,. Ilrtxllirud. Aiutort Hi but lltt'o t.) imw for it iu a rammer Vni Cio'k, Auxtict ;o -- I t.i. . cial way. Acre; of HcoJllnr:.' have I 1.in Sln)1ii-itlHie. Al. ;i been grown only t. Iw discarded, and uflityvllh, Aupmt i laj huge stick of especially promising C'uluiiilila, Ausimt S' I I.ontUui, Ausut ii - day. have been workel up only uowcomeiM t -- XiluyM. I.lboi ty. to discover aome overpowering defect. Spriullt'lii, AitstiM S3 I lay. Accidental Finda. CitTiiututuwu, AugiM . S!iiy. The good klndrt that stay with im 3 Uuy. NleliulitHVillii. Aueust have, with scarcely an cxcoptlon,-becSome rwt, Aupust 21' a ilajt. Many Intentionally accidental llnds. riaultfovt. August 291 ttu.vs. 3 iturrt. Fulton, August bred varieties have been introduced. I i!a.v;. to have made Its lliU'dctowti, August but none appears ;ll 3 tluyn. among ko Auurt mark. Hybridising work PjoIm. 10 tlay. ntbus. or bramble, fruit" ha alwavs Miuillfollo. Si'itviulrr 31 been extremely disappointing. If there Alr.xamlrlit. Hrjilciulr 3 3 riiiy. Is well marked varietal or specitlc Jfouiit Ollvrt. ejlt'iulirr.V-- 1 tJay. between tho parents, the progIloOsi'iivtlW'. 8i'tftller 3 ;l day. eny Is quite likely lo be unfruitful. Sauiliu-n- , t utotnWr i! iliy. Sterility ha a proved the lune of the r Kiituky ftutt? Kali, LuiiNvillr. M. raspberry or II Oiluyi. grower of crossbred n gs. SoottKvtlli-- . SojiUMiitior 113 il.i.xn. Ma ck berry reed fluy- -. Ilorwi" Caw, S ,teiubr SO B'ooms. Munrautowu. Sr jileui Iter CI Jl tlu It 1b almost an exception to raise one ' CiUiHCUM . it I iI.i.vh. with normal bloom and perfect May tirlil, Stptriultr .T -- tlityn. Hven close bred or self pollenlxcd . Im m. Pmlia-ali3 Koedliugs are likely to have Imperfect II tlajv. Muini.x , an-.sterility the chances of blooms, ate enormously Incteufcd in the off. frrlng of diverse parents. Titus all What Arc You Going our very numerous hybrids of the .Ia pan wp.ioherry (Itubti3 plteenlcolaflit:.) To Do This Year ltad crumbly berrle when they fruit- ml fi.i.l ill hvlirlilw of ili-nil ' buMiicrfsut b.v ;va' f iakiS 'lnivlM.rrr.Risnln.rrv"' fit. iwaef-dl- usl, with cultivated blackberries and cossful ami your domestic life full ol raspberries, were wholly destitute of organs, Hor.--l r.ramble berrlci are pleasure, if you are not supplied wiih made up of many Individual drupe1 or telephone service of the Cumberiatnl a Koed, the result frulte, each IncIo-'In- g of the action of a pollen grain or an Telephone & Telegraph Companj? Individual stigma and ovule, if a num- Everyone should have a telephone. ber of thoflo essential organs are.poorly You arc connected with all outside developed or lacking, the berry will be important points in local connections correspondingly imperfect. The nature of tliero berries, with with all residences and business houstheir great multiplication of organs, es. For any information call man- explains t: some extent the comparative rarity of really perfect tlowers agcr, among seedling plant?. Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Co. H -81 llnrk-vlllt13- -1 .1 1 ti i -- I lu. Aiif.-uw- SO- The Monon Route announces that it will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago at $6 one way, instead of $8 as formerly, and Sis round trip, good 30 days returning, instead of $16. Patrons arc offered exceptionally good service by the Monon, which on night trains ftotn Louisville operates Compartment and Draw i tig room Pullmans, as well as the usual struight sleeper. The day trains have Parlor and Din ing cars, and thu very finest modern, new coaches. Inquiries cheerfully answered by E. II Macon, I). P. A , Louisvi!lc, Ky. Save yout home bv jhuving your Hjrkloy Bros, do Hues repaired. work in best manner. this YOU ARE TOO SICK TO WORK AND YOUR WIFE IS WEAK AND AILING THERE'S HOPE AND HEL.P FOR YOU BOTH IN BS ELECTRIC brand BITTERS they strengthen the weak; they They build up the people. They're unequalled for invigorate tired and worn-odyspepsia and indigestion, constipation and malaria, bilious-nes- s 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 THEftfi. PRICE 50c AND SLOO PER BOTTLE run-dow- n; ut $)-- - !. pt-i- u'. 1 "j. H. IMYES Painter and tntcrior : SOLD AUD GUARANTEED BY AH U U W T I O 'I . Ciownamt Illicit Work tlotie tit rr.anonrtblc l tiU-iulei- Druggists. lor-rle- a. I Decorator. : ll'fH. l )(1W! Up rtlAlrt, In tlicJoiH'H ltulldliip. Ciren vlllc, Ky. i DR. I T. J. 5UT0N, mid hn-nco- MtyMlulitM onivc MiiuivniKN CAM trt;"t tit'iir M:tliiHircei. lb DEPOT, KI5INTUCKY Wc announce to our lic that our stocks of mcnts arc larger and ever in our history. line of :- -: ttOWAKO. WAUt It. GRAY. HOWARD & GRAY, tout-poun- d A Little Good Paint in Time Saves $ $ $ Wliea your buildings need painting, every day delay cosU you money. The tun, rain, snow and froit are celling in their work. Lumber costs too much to let it decay for wont of i"l!tt!c.paint. "It costs less to use ooi out it. We use notluug bat good LAWYERS. Older in Grrrn Buildini. opposite LaMcidc Hotel. trade and the pubgoods in all depart? better selected than We carry a varied' :- -: DRS. HELTSLEY & HELTSLEY OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS ' GENERAL MERCHANDISE and can supply most of the wants of the people In ClothingShoes ,WwsijpsHHii Hats, Etc., we offer large selections. In Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Farm 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. Dry-Goods, :- -: :- -: :- -: - A u Involve lUc ro-.xiiidval of annual growth rather than invuma-ijl'large urniiciii!, nu nu be made Immediately above a bud, as shown in the ilrst flguro at A. Nov-(cut as Indicated at It, C and D. All wounds that are made should be left smooth that Is. If it Is mecs:uy to large branch U"o a saw In removlng-the cut surface should be left smooth nud clean, particularly around the edges. To obtain best results In removing largo branches two cuts should bo made that U, the branch should be fa wed off eighteen or twenty incite above tho point of its origin lo prevent splitting down and tearing off a considerable portion of the bark. After the weight of tho branch has been lessened by cutting away tho main part a second cut can be made and the stub held in position until thu cut U completed. This prevents the splitting down nnd tearing of the bark which are likely to result Trout the careless removal of largo branches. The evil results of splitting can be overcome frequently by cuttlug first on ..JVbun y y a pnilg NEW R0S&.y-- . ncorpgraicd Of Free Flowering Quality end a Beau work. ji!nt oa out Office at rlsmsr. East Maincross Street. Tclcphuno ISo. TfcJ. - tiful Pink. Strictly Pure The now pink rose Aurora, here Fhown from Gardening. Is said to be WHITE LEAD Furniture, Moldings, Wall Paper the result of a cross between Hon Pure Linseed Oil, Puro Turpentine and Sotiv. du President Carnot, 1H3TWEEN we carry on oar aoors and m our ware- and the most expensive colors and It has inherited the free (lowering rooms the largest variety of Furniture in qualities of the former and the strong The kind of paint wc use never cracks or Louisville and Chicago scales only years of wear will remove it. growing habit of tho latter. The Muhlenberg. Let u fiiairc with you when ready to paint we do not have what you vant, we If HEST LINE TO and durable will get it for you. We have factor? con- We guarantee a rc&jonable. Don't put it off. and the nections with makers of the finest goods in the country, and through "Our Special Vast Order Department" can supply any exclu Telephone No. 254. sive articles at less prices than city stores or mail order houses. Two trains daily New stock sewing machine needles Our Picture and Room Molding-stock- s French Lick ani West Baden Springs. at Roark's for all machines. are always .complete. Wallpaper is nov a staple article of mer tfXIOX STATION, chandise, being used all the year 'round. LOUISVILLE. And we always have full selections, prices DEARUOKN STATION, 5 cents and up per roll CARTER Eiondn Route es California Northwest Undertaking Department We have just added an Undertaking Department to our kets, Robes, Suits, Wrappers and Dresses. Also have a Hearse f in service, on call anywhere. Orders in this line given prompt (ft and careful attention any hour day or night. ft Very Serious CHICAOO. It is a very serious matter to ask Engraving Machine is the only one in this part of Kentucky, and we are toe itosn ACKOnA. flowers are large and full and aro pro exclusively prepared to supply individual duced on titrong aud .stiff stems, with Name Pl&tes. which we furnish on all a rich dark green foliage. The color Is outfits without extra cost. beautiful dark pink and wherever Undertaking and Embalming. Hhown attracted much attention. Tho keeping quality of tho tlowera is excel Coffins in White Enamel and Stained lent. Aurora Is easy to grow-andoes Varnish finish; Caskets in White Enamel, not need a high temperature. Natural Woods, White, Colored and Black Cloth Covered; and Copper The Gladiolus. It is an acknowledged fact among all lined airtight Caskets; all lengths, and growers of summer dowering plants. regular, extra and double extra widths. shrubs and bulbs, be he professional or Steel Grave Vault3 of all sizes constant amateur, that there U no tlower grown ly in stock, for immediate delivery. which requires so little attention and Burial Robes, Wrappers, Suits, Dresses, care and so limited a capital commen Slippers, etc., in large variety. surate with the results as the gladio Our two licensed Embalmers respond at lus. Although It Is a Hower which U especially adapted for indoor blooming once to calls for such services. Our general equipment is complete and after the buds are well dovelooed In the garden, still a most mag lllecnt of highest grade. display can be secured by planting en We have a Funeral Car in service, sub masse or by the use of this llower as a ject to call anywhere. background for continuous blooming Tele CSTTwo Private dwarf annuals With a succession of phones, Store 72; Residence 108. from two to threo plantings about two Residence 150 yards from stcre. weeks apart there would be no lack of Prompt service any hour day or night. bloom during the entire season in our northern climate, and with more plant The J. L. MARK ESTATE. Iug3-oflower loving friends in the OF.'.EN L. EOAF.K.HanaCir. south and warmer climates could prolong tha blooming season. Arthur Cowoe, New York'. Lone-Distan- 3?0ur vv 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 1 (ft Teleptiones: Store, Ro. 1. Night, No. I? or Ko. 3. iXf Dinin? and Parlor Cars. 1 Mi y II wuoz.'o (pad.. n , Aft (f i and manr wat. Black-draug- Palace Drawing Room Sleepers. (ft E. H. BACON, D. P. A., ft X. V. The BRIDGES & SHANNON CO. DEPOY, KENTUCKY ft ht Liyer Medicine ble medicine, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is firmly established. It docs not imitate other medicines. It i3 better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale than cl others combined. Fit SOLD IN TOWN Cor. 4th and Market Sts. LOUISVILLE, KY. The reputation of thia old, relia- II H h iWOOL .HIDESANorUR JJJ&eiljDttler WE BUY Gave Up Hope "I suffered five years, with awful pains, due to womanly troubles," writes Airs. M. D. McPherson, from Chad-bour- n, N. C. "They grew worse, till I would often faint. I could not walk at all, and I had an awful hurting in my side ; also a headache and a backache. I gave up and thought I would die, but my husband urged me to try Cardui, so, I - began, and the first bouTe helped me. By the time the third bottle was used, I could do all my work. All the people around here said I would die, but Cardui relieved me." the tinder side of the limb .and then upon tho upper aide, as shown iu tho second iiguro. so that tiie, breaking of the tissue occurs near the jnlddlo of the wound Instead of at one side. When this is the case, tearing and cplit-tinso'dom occur. Farmers' Institutes. Not tho lea t or the benefits of farmers' institute . U that they ara teaching formers to. think whon standing on their feet nnd facing an audience. The old fashioned fanner felt bungling nnd ivkwnrd In public. He could sit nnd see holes hi tho other fellow's argument, but hs Itocamc speedily a victim of stage fright whon lie nross to exIowa Ilonu--5 press his own views. Bu.-.tho Branches. Kovcr leave prunlnps of trees nnd bushes lying round. Burn them In the garden fire, and yon will knowv then thar ijjl the Infects upon them are de- Btro; od. Tho wood ash, too. I an ex cellent fertilkvr for every crop grown. but especlnUv uceful for tomatoes and all frults.Oardonlng. j . NEW YORK IO CLIPPER THE BREA7E8T THEATRICAL $4.00 Per Year. Rcfereece: aay bisk ia LM'tttille. We Isfitsk ttnypn. Hraewrpuwim. Wool Kits free te Ky. M. SA1EL & SONS w Uulk, D SHOW WORL-0-. PAPER AT FACTORY PRICES IN THE GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS Single Copy, 10 Cls, Samples Copy Pruning Rules. A writer In the Garden Magazine 13 authority for these common sense pruning rules: Prune regularly, not spasmodically. Study your trees ; onch one is a new problem In pruning. Head In young trees; thin out old trees. Prune In early spring. Prune close; don't leave stubs. Paiut all largo wounds. Neither To 2 Early Nor Tco Late. About March ir uueover bulb beds and the hardy border. Leave the mulching material handy, so that you can replace it If there Is danger of a freeze. Mont people uncover too early or too late. Uncover early and do ail you can to gradually harden the tender young Khoots, ntlvisoa n growe near New York city. FRANK QUEEN PUB. ITlSLISUEUS, ALBERT J BORIE, 47 W. 3BTU St. . Nsw YORX JLuouMo. Free. C0.(. Q RDU! NO. 270 Wc ship nil vehicles Direct from our C. O. 1). toCoiiKiiiiuT ml'jttt to cxntiiinntion ami uiilroval()ii3oil.iKlici trinl. Uiiof tlieirrcnli.l importance to the (ilolio lluy & llaructw Co, lo have cvciy one wlioili ul with lis a vKarU and Bflll'iQcil Cijstomor. KotlToil isspnrcd lo jiml.e each ihipiacnt sue h excel lc;.t value iu quality of material, vrorkir.nnsliip, fuv.jh aid siyle tf vehicle that it will bs a Lasting Advertisement nnd bring us many orders iu return. If weideasc you, by sellinRyou nn honeslly made I'UKity nl;d ntn price lessiltr M'ulilliin.TiV l'rofll. you will Our recouimeud our poods to your ucighlor. Guarnnlro isah.sohitelv asuocd to our customers as it would be ton dealer. If I'.oodsnre not n3 your money is returned to you. You Woman'sTonic 3 (or your femalo to tako Card-tilroubles, because xo ars sura it vvill help you. Komcmbcr that this great female romcdy 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE JTJJJUJ AnTonc sending n pfcctrh nnd description may qnlt-kl- r nscertnn cur opinion froo niictner an Invention Is prolmlilf pntcntnhln. Communion. IIAN0000K onPntcnts MniisMrlctlyrnmidotillal. patents. eent free. Oldest npoucy far sccurlim Co. I'jiliMita tnkon tiiroucli 21mm & receive tprchti not tec, wllliout clinrse, la tho For more than 50 years, Cardui has been relieving woman's sufferings, and making weak women strong and well. During this time, thousands of women have written, like Airs. McPherson, to tell of the really surprising results they obtained by the use of this purely vegetable, tonic remedy for women. Cardui strengthens, builds, restores, and relieves or prevents unnecessary pain and suffering from womanly troubles. If you are a woman, begin taking Cardui, today. psa Wnic to: Ladies Advisory Dept., uiattanoom Medicine, Co.. Chattanooea. Term., book. "Home Treatment for Women," sent tree. J 49 Pad for Special Instructions, aud WIHEI Designs Copyrights &c. The Gar: Jess Louse. The sialo under which the louse liblt'S Is Impervious lo most Insect I chics, and during a certain season tbs louse can about or bo carried from place to place by birds, heavy winds, etc. Strong, healthy trees soon Jeur succumb to Uw altacks.--rar- m ual. l 15 t ... has brought relief to thousands of vliicr sick vomen, so vhy net to y on ? For headache, backache, periodical pains, female vesk-rte$many havo said it Is "tho Iie?t msdlcbo to take," Try It 1 Scientific American. hnndsimcly lllnstrn t nreklr. I.irccst or mi tin 1 uniiil. 'J ornm. 3 a war: four months, f I. tioU byull newadeiilors. A nkcnorisk. we our euMomrrs money. our Write for free GLOBE BUGGY St Wc inanufncturo honest Vehicles nnd Harness, HARNESS KENTUCKY Is IS order: iromll. ituiynnd Harness ( atulnue. fill)NN8Co.3B1BfoadNewYor!( Urancb Offlco, 2& V C0MPAN' SU Wasbloston, 1). C. 0WENSB0RO. Subscribe for lite Record Only 50c f HE An OWRK KlOR, RECORD. THUI19DAYM UT Ed llowc'e Independent Newspaper. rUni.lMttl) OBIBK I.. UOAllK, RECORD PRESS, President. tcortttry. No. 72. floor. Okhsn' LartQ' OOtew Ih new h. Koakk. Kditor. annvi ronr of store. YEAR, IN ADVANCE. Distance Telephone, 50CEHTS TEIIMH. The subscription prloe of the pnper is paya-bi- o til Kilvjinee, ami when the llim- - linn expired to wlileli It Is pnld, the pnper will be stopped. Cardu of itinnk's, obltunry not Icon, ete., If not will b' published free. lmirr tliiwi ten lines, will be mndo for Hituueed-ii-A ohfirpu of f0. per line linos. No variation of this rule to nnyoixj. Free ha tuple eoplos will be walled. AUrertlacmontM will be liihorted. A rate ennl will be furnished on rtsiuest. Ail tires nil eonunnnteit lions mid mnkr all pnyabl- - to Kiicowu PHBSS, I? v. THURSDAY, Ea tared JULY 27, mi. poMortWt- at the Oreemllle, Kj., ur econdelns matter. prohi Texas voted on stntc-whibitton last Snurduy, hut the the state by some 5 000 There were nlunst 503,000 votes' cast, the heaviest in ymrs. e wets-carrie- Senator Hkaui.kv has been named n member of the mvesttgnion committee in the Stephenson elert ion. He had belter beware the fate of his associate , Pa ntcr. vh serv ed on the I.niimer committee. TiiiuKE has lceti stone rxefftiint pood reading in the Congressional Record lately, and if Sen uors H.ii ley and Hey burn tvotild onlv net tangled up with John Sharp Will ianis a little oftener, there would be a great increase in the demand for the Record. Those who think the south dt 6a'5lB!P-- criminates against the negro should note what has been done in Hon ham, Tex., wheic the council has passed an order forbidding any one to peddle peauuts nnljss he is legless This was done to give the Farm Land Values ilavc Increased. pcaatit monopoly to an old negro Of marked interest, because of who had lost both his legs. many statements made during the Canadian reciprocity debate, was Thk state Dcrnocratie convention the Census Bureau's announcement for the adoption of a platform upon of the latest general farm statistics which the nominees will stand 01 of the United States, showing that run will be held in Louisville on land in farmsmorc than doubled in . -S??2fi.c prcss value-durithe past ten years, t of the state is making forecasts, and having increased $15,252,788,000 together they have made a pretty or 18 per cent. In lyoothcy were good article. Most of them include valued at St 3. 05 1,033, 000 and re the county unit as oneoi the planks. turns of the thirteenth census show they arc now worth 28,384 821,000. Accouiiinu to a report which has Farm lands, farm buildings and just been made by the United States farm implements of the country arc office of publ're roads there arc now valued at 35,859,663,000 compared cither planned or underconstruction with 17,356,4255000 ten years ago. no less than 15,00 miles of public The number of farms in 19 10 was highways. Some of these, of course, 6,340,120 as compared with 5,737- may not be completed; some may 372 in 1900, an increase of 11 per be abandoned; the fact remains that cent. The land increased in 1900 the good roads movement is under from 835,092,000 acres to 873,603,-00- 0 .way most decidedly. Projects inin 1910, or 5 per cent, but a clude such ambitious undertakings larger increase, 15 per cent., is as continuous highways from Montnoted in improved acreage, which in real to Miami, Fla.; from Vancouv1900 was 414,490,000 acres, and in er, B. C, to Tijuana, Mexico; 1910, 477,424,000 acres. from Cumberland, Md., toTacoma, More conspicuous than the in Wash.; from Washington to Jacksoncrease in the number and acreage ville, Fla., through the capitals of of farms has been increase in the the seaboard states; from Niagra to improved values of farm property. New Orleans: from Morehead City, The land in farm rose in value from N. C, to Paint Rock, Tcnn., be13,051,033,000 in 1900 to sides- many other roads m Delaware, in 1910, an iacrcarc of Texas, Iowa, Missouri and Tennes118 per cent., and during the same see. Two roads are named for Linperiod the average value per acre of coln: the Lincoln memorial, from all land in farms rose from 15.60 Washington to Gettysburg, and the to 32.50, or 108 percent. Lincoln way, from Louisville to Farm buildings, which in 1900 n Nashville. The me were valued at 3,556,714,000, were morial proposes to unite Niagra reported in 19 10 as worth Falls with New Orleans by way of an increase ot 77 percent. Zancsvillc, O., Maysvilc, Ky., Farm implements and machinery reNashville, Tenn., and Meridian, 0 ported in 1910 was worth Miss. In addirion to these public and ten years previously as movements for road improvement, worth 749,778,000, show an inthere arc many private undertakings crease of 68 per cent. along the same line, the most notable being the duPont State Highway, How to Mend Post Roads. which Col. Coleman duPont is of Virginia Senator Swanion buildins; at a cost of 2,000,000, wants congress to appropriate and will dedicate to the state of twenty million yearly inDelaware. It will be 110 miles in stallmentsfor the improvement of length, and run through the state post roads and rural delivery. from north to south. This is the The rural delivery service now most important donation made to brings in a deficit of about 28,000,-00- 0 good roads by any American indi a year, because of the limitations vidual. of our mall policy, which compels A fresh shipment of "I3ig Ben" the rural delivery wagons to carry to of a alarm clocks is going fast at Mack's from fair load. watch shop. If a parcels post service were es tablished on the rural routes the Sec Coombs & Co. before you sending of about one 10 cent packsell your beef hides. 027 age a week by our four million famWe leave it to you to say how Ood is ilies served would increase the postal our' furniture polish. We know it Is the revenue by forty millions a year. best we en buy, and sell under a guaran For years the government has laid tee. If nnt the best you ever ured, return upon the shoulders of the whole and get your money quick and pleas people a burden which should have ROARK antly. ' Under been paid by postal traffic. Fresh, smoked and salted meats cover of ah academic theory that of all kinds at J. E. Coombs : Co's the government ought not to go o 20 into the express business,, we have market. ng 1 Clay-Jefferso6,292,-025,000, 1,161,-817,00100,-000,0one-tenth h Country Town Sayings. allowed enormous profits to be ex torted by private interests and, A woman doesn't mind admitting besides, have carried the load of a that she wears puffs and things that great postal machinery which we didn't grow on her head, but she refused to utilize fully. will change the subject quick if you There has been nothing more ATT talk about false teeth. foolish amoung our economic follies. When a man needs a whipping it Doubtless Senator Swanson's criti will do him even more good to get cism of our s and his it than when he was a child. demand for betterments are justified. Nearly every man has an idea he Hut the way to provide them is by a can sing, and will join in when the rational postal policy which shall band plays something he thinks he utilize our postal plant to the full. knows. A parcels post will da more than I Have you ever seen the girl with Senator Swanson asks, and it is to the curly hair and pcifchblow com- be hoped he will roll up his sleeves " " plexion before breakfast, when no- and work for legislation for this 16 sensible extension of our postal body but the family was around? Clirls are natural actors; even the service. most timid can gracefully emerge Come and see these values, cverv one a real live bargain Report of the Condition from a situation that would comand as these sales are for Saturday only, you should not or t:ii pletely ronfound almost nny man. miss anv of them. Muhlenberg County Savings Ban's. people have an idea ll'flt L)uin; litihincas ' l'.r. Main ami Main-l'ruthev are .showing mu vrtness by cap i5ti'.. town of (Jr!i'nvl1le, Coun iously criticising everything they ty of .M uh U'tibeiif. State of Kentucky. see and or hear. At the Closed Hus'jim on (he I8lh duv of Juy ISI KKSOL'IU'ES There whs never a woman who HMOlUA ImiiK hihI Diutiltt ... V. 8. anil oilier ilitud. 8tock hii-was sntistled with her photograph. SlUMII'itttX SI .Oil Some people are so timid that Due fr.nn RonkH Initial .. Aetnnl Ou-- li tn li.lftiitt Clieefcp. ('Hell llt'liti Mint nt'liMn? they arc never impu Lnt except to fur Heiirlnjr 0nlrjiftj -- Centred. Xon; t'li-,- - 11 un. 1, iricixb. t. 1WU s.r b 1; U'.vh ihiIiI of the grcitcit accomp'ish- - ('iirri'Ut xjti'iiitT ttml l'tiriiluirf hu.1 One Ktvtl r. 05 :.'. riMtiruf, t.lttMM: Toinl ments in the world H to be able to .. il3.IHt.l-.TtH.l bhek up the minute you find your m viri.! nn self going wrong. (Miltal HNi.ik fini'l it.lii iti.iTtHM pn.lll-.- . More people seem to be reaching Suriil i. ti.tMi: t'lHltrlttal I.vVjUi: SEPTEMBER 1.1, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 191rl. 3 .VII. HI: 1lH lVpi-ot(will ouulilrll liUerrM im.;uiu tai dcBpcrntt: frame of mind where I)ilii-Jt- Ml whlo!l ItilrtvM i i not they don't care if the neighbors do iMtt i. i.if .u, Ti.tni ;..::; lf.(' oiltM.nitlin. I IM know what they d.) on Sunday. l)m to U4k4.. W.7l ... 3U.UO.0C Kill imyublq THRILLING FREE ACTS DAILY-RACINThe better you :ct acq tainted with - - LIVE STOCK SHOW- ... ?I8I.U Totnl .1 tn mi and his wife, the tii'ire surely LHt uf Kenttti'k). iniiit.x ur !. FINE HORSES - - GOOD MUSIC I. Tims K. Hummr. ('nnlilfr of th Hli you discover th it thsy arj a little CLEAN MIDWAY - EDUCATION iiiiiintl Iliink. Ui Mileiniilti'ar thni f -H- EAD-ON (At'uiitit U trnr to tki' In' Ml uf inj COLLISION SATURDAY- ifrmd of each other. kuoMiotljft hhiI lrllrf. One rich nun'. son, wh has all MOBE CLASSES AND LARGER PREMIUMS THAN EVER K. Sl'MKlt..iHhlir. TMOS. J. W. UM. the money he run spend und nothing For information or. catalogue write to .1. I.. ItOCMtX. tftlll. I II V. I.KWl!. to do, 'vill spoil ten poor young men A PERRY M. SHY, Secretary, HillkHoril'iil hikI Mwnrii tu lwftr liy TIiuh CO) in the course of his life. . iv.iinnrr. this it"h d i or .IhI . r . . : ,i s . 'ion Ctirruvt Alt!.: I have often been scverly rilkiscd C. CritO. IVrk tlrrult fomt. because ot failuc 10 appreciate a Sewing machine needles of al so g as much as the girl who sang it. at Roark's. Take an occasional chance; the kinds, oil, bands. sure things arc all tied. W. G. Duncan, Pres. W. A. Wickliffe, Vic SATURDAY BARGAINS Greenville J. L iotit & INCORPORATED Water Co. post-road- IZENBINE'S A, GILMAN, Gen, Mgr., Secty. and Treas. Glass Bowl for Dozen Jelly Glasses inch 3 Qi&ui Granite Coffee Pot Dish Psu 75c. Roaster 5c. 20c. 20c. 20c. 50c. IT MAKES US SMILE s. .Digger ana joetter I inan river w NINTH ANNUAL . ril-w- fate Fair to hear people say all tea Is alike. It may look alike. So may two Yet one miy be very, very eggs. good, while the other is horrid. Stme way with ice. Ouri is the kind that contains no disease germs, thut can be taken directly into the stomach without danger. Better let us serve you. : . ...LOUISVILLE... Greenville Light Ollieu Hours: 11 1 & Water Co. (i.NcnnroiiATBD) 7 30 .. .1 1 I 1111 I'LL BE THERE -- WILL YOU? G I'houe Xo. 251. 4 to 8 a. in. to 12 a. in. to 1.30 p. in. to 5 p. ir. MtiltU-iibur- 1C. TvT r..i t. e', Something New! I Gold Soldering: Did you ever have your spectacles E ur a piece ui jewcuy mcnaca ana on W.D.B LACKWELL Insurance We represent tin1 Some one in your home prefers vocal music l You'd rather have instrumental. You can both be suited with a Victor Double-face- d in' one Record. h, 10-inc- h, Two records in one almost at the price of one 75 cents; $1.25. examination of unsichtlv and perhaps mere oy lac I you found a great pile lead all over the ioint on the article itself, left jewcterr J ROARK r f n f ill I USE 14 K. GOLD SOLDER on all spectacles and jewelry, and finish the joint so neatly that you can't locate the break. If your watch is sick I can restore it to health. LET ME SHOW YOU th ir mi Home Insur N. Kinds of firm and ance (0. of Yi 'mm property. MUHLENBERG COUNTY I m nntohmnkor elmer Mccracken 11ml KoiirkH Furniture stun- - va Jeweler SAVINGS BANK FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY :- -: Rlieiiiiiatisii More than nine out of ever ten cases of rheumatism are simply rheumatism of the muscles, due to cold or damp, In or chronic rheumatism. such cases no internal treatment is required. The free application of Greenville, Ky, Appreciating' your past patronage we solicit all or part of your BONDS future Banking business. THOS. E. SUMNER, Cashier. GIVE US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE. 8 LACKWELL BRO S GREENVILLE, KY. Chamberlain's iniment is .all that is needed and it is certain to give quick relief. Give it a trial and see for yourself how quickly it relieves the pain and ftoreness. Price 25c; larce size, 50c Cures "Colds" In any part of body. Iti'lirTi-- i ANY Con THE fIRST NATIONAL BANK cli 111 nn hour. Dr. 31 Fenner's Cough Honey Save $75! BY ORE PURCHASING OF OUR GREENVILLE, KENTUCKY G. Duncan, G E DIRECTORS W. A, Wickliffe, Martin, R, T. Martin, E. J. Purycar, C. M. Martin, Jno T. Reynolds, Jr. s Wlirro other motlliino this will brlnir t xosiiro prevents a Core. Taken ticrr- fil (irlp, "CoUlV UlioumatUin, CnU, rtc. Consuinptiuu, Tim ta: lir mull tA' IWnnli K. V. FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only $25. The regular price is Sioo. Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us wilhin five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be able" to have one reserved at the low rate of No timo limit. If not ready $25. Books and stationery are included. now, buy one for future use. The standing and responsibility of the men who constitute our Board of Directors are a guarantee of careful, judicious management. This olgnatuio is on every box of the gonufaf ibo reroody that cur? Laxative Bromo-Quinin- e Taweti n cold In obo U- - Foley's Kidney Cure tpgkes kidneys ma bladder right. A Clem Mm Outside cleanliness is less than haH the battle. A man may scrub himself a dozen times a day, and still be unclean. Good health means cleanliness, not only outside, but inside. It meam elean stomach, clean bowels, clean blood, a clean livrr, end pew, clean, healthy tissues. The man who is clean in this way will look it and act it. He will work with energy and think clean, clear, healthy thoughts. He will never be troubled with liver, lung, stomach or blood disorders. Dyspepsia and indigestion originate in unclean stomachs. Wood diseases arc found where there is unclean blood. Consumption and bronchitis mean unclean lungs. Ilgestion iStnmach trouMn but a utmptom of. ami ntji In Itself Wi tiutik of Djspfpsta, true iUsm Heartburn, and Inrtlgi Miuimn rua' a$ only ol it certain pwhc Jhuy uro nyjaptoin-Kervu iiL'kiiesi niitlilmr It was thin f;u-- t that llrt i,rrortly ,h1 Pr. Bhoop n tli cmitiun of tlint mm v. ry iopiilnr HnmniJi Rim-lIlr. Slujop' K trutiv. lioluir direct to l lin jitoinupli iilimr l.roiiKlit tlmi anil fuvnr in )r. Mlmniiatul liU Ufinratlvo siimi4 Willi, out that nrlRiiml um hialily ltn noli IiistliixiiminiplMuiifiil Mr ovt-- o li' hn. . For stoiimcli ilUtn-.blcuititirr. lillousitt'ss. bail breath niul miIIow iiiiii. xIiiii. trv Dr. Slioop'i .!. dlpc, 7 BUSINESS COLLEGE, IPCQBrOUATKD. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery prevents these diseases. It makes a man's iasldes clean and healthy. It cleans the digestive urguus, wakes pure, clean blood, ud clean, healthy flesh. It restores tone to the nervous system, and cures nervoi3 exhaustion and prostration. It contains no alcohol or drugs. Constipation is the most unclean unclcanliness. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pc1 lets cure it. They never gripe. Easy to take as candy. habit-formin- g Upstonitlv.w-Tabli'lso- r Liquid-a- nd wlint It ran nnU will do. fully recommend for your-t"Wo toll and cheer- Second and Walnut Streets. LOUISVILLE. KV. KITCHEN CABINETS AT ROARK'S. Job Printing Sec Us !!R.f0c Else- ' where i are here to serve with anything in the line of printed stationery for your business and person .v . al use. We The lecture delivered by Dr. Fred Mutchler at the court house last Thursday night on "The Restoration of the Soil" was heard by a crowd that fairly filled the auditorium, and all enjoyed the talk. The regrettable thing about it was that there were not more farmers in attendance. The doctor is a practical man, and his ideas should be followed largely by tillers of the soil in this county, as we have thousands of acres of land that could be made productive, by proper treatment. Give Miss Lena Arnold your laundry; goods called for and delivered. Mr. and Mrs. John Dockins lost a a new born boy last Wednesday night, and burial was at Hazel Creek church Thursday afternoon. Car Load of Bank Mules. Mr. Chas. 12. Martin returned Tuesday from St. Louis, where he went to buy a carload of bank mules for the Greenville Coal Co. The car of 30 has arrived, and will be used at l'owdcrly and the new operation at Martwick. This is the largest .lot of such mules cvci brought to the county at one time, perhaps, and is only another indication of our growth in coal productions. From the activity here among chicken thieves, it is thought that perhaps some persons do not know that stealing chickens is a felony, and that since this has become a law there have been few failures to convictions, and usually with a pretty stiff penitentiary sentence. Death of James D. Mann. BILL HEADS LETTER HEADS CARDS ENVELOPES WEDDING INVITATIONS POSTERS OR ANNOUNCEMENTS OF ALL KINDS The best quality of work ut prices that are RIGHT I. C. R. R. LOCAL flMf CARD. It has been cool enough this week for some persons to have early Telephone Miss Lena Arnold and have your laundry called for and morning fires. This is a very unusual July condition. delivered promptly. It is reported that a motor 'bus at Madison villc last week earned an average of S50 per day in carrying people to and from the fair grounds. I'he car hail a capacity of 20, and only 10 cent"? per passenger was charged. Read Briz's bid for business: it is straight from the shoulder, and means all it says. M'KTM nni'Ml. Ji .'ll .(is .1 i:.iir'HLonNville Limited Central t'lt.v aeoomninilatiim l Louisville EMtw cornt inn IU1 a 111 I'm Mr. James D. Mann, in his 32d. year, died suddenly at Central City o'clock Tuesday afternoon. at For some time he had been unwell, improving. but was apparantly About S.30 o'clock that morning he suffered from a cerebral hemorrage, followed by convulsions, and he was never conscious after his attack. 'I he body was brought here to the home of his sister, Mrs. 12. Reynolds, and prepared for burial. James M.1nn was a genial, generous young man, was widely known, and had many friends. His untimely death has caused wide sorrow among friends here and at Central City. His family has the deepest sympathy of all. The funeral will be held to-iy at 3.30 o'clock at the home of Mr. 12. Reynolds, and interment will be made in I2vcrgrccn cemetery. Surviving arc his mother, Mrs. Annie Mann, and the following brothers and sisters: Mr. Chas. Mann of Russellvillc; Mrs. E. Rey nolds, of this city; Mr. Ed Mann, of Paoli, Ind. and Mr. Estill Mann, ot this city. 1 d HOME MILLING CO. NuTS He Greatest Variety of A Full Line of Seasonable B OR 5 and BUSINESS Cent Goods Is Building One Mills in ef the Host Modern the CeMstry Near I. C. Depot. the Stockholders Meet Tuesday and Elect Officers and a Board of Directors for Year. fruits Cakes Shipment Every Week of IMl wi. 5, mieS. PH. New OrleiuiM N O. hno. (Louisville I'ailuouli mi I Cairo arfum .... Kulloii nt'itiiiiiiiixlutlitii lit Utiui 10 iiii only) I .20 nm W.O. CiiAWroitn. Ajst. par. 3. 10 )!!! July 30 is the date of the next $1.75 excursion to Louisville. Mrs. Clarancc Allen, of near Weir, died Monday night after an illness ot sonic weeks from typhoid fever. The section around the corner of Hopkinsville and Cherry streets has been vastly improved by the laying of concrete pavements, thus adding to the beauties of this section. See Big Ben The Boy Scouts, with their girl friends, enjoyed Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Rogers, where they were entertained. Decorations and the program of The county W. C. T. U. convention was held yesterday at Central entertainment were appropriate to City, and several members from the occasion, and those who attend ed declare that this was one of the this place were in attendance. most enjoyable gatherings of the The remarkably cool weather we members. have been getting this week, when the thctmomctcr has registcted beNeedles for all sewing machines at low 60, has been the cause of much Roark's. comment and many guesses have been made. Our solution is that Death of Henry Hayes. one extreme follows another, and we Mr. Henry Hayes died at Ashe- are due an equalizer for the torritl ville, N. C , last Friday, after an wave that we endured. illness of some years from consumpCall on Leslie Hale, next to First National Bank, for candies, books, f3 sundries, cigars, tobacco, etc. Farmers Asked to Hold Saturday will be saving day if you get some of the several specials which Briz is offering that day. Look 'em over, as some of them will appeal to you. Greenville's attractiveness as a summer resort is appealing to many persons, and almost every home has one or more visitors. Mrs J. F. Rice has as visitors her father, Mr. C. l Elgin, and her sister, Mrs. W. F. Wallace and daughter Tennie, of Coiinth, Miss , who will be here some weeks. at Macks watch- making shop. Mr. T. Coleman dul'ont, of Wil miugton, Del., last week contributed $500 to the Kentucky Association. Wheat. The Home Milling Co., which is building a concrete mill of latest pattern, and a 25.000 bushel elevator at the depot, is bidding for the wheat of the county, and will pay Sbmc of our people use slanguage, the highest prices. They will be instead of language. ready in a few weeks to receive wheat and will be glad to have J. E.'Ccooibs & Cc. buy- - beef farr.ic i to hold what they have to Home rendered lard per kf.!.: W ntllMt n?it JTW Tjfc put on tbe market. This is a county pound. J. 12. Coomus & Co. institution, in which many people arc interested financially, and in District Conference, A. H. E. Church. attractive rcsiucncc on one 01 111c which everyone should be concern The district conference of the prettiest lots of the depot addition. ed, as it will be a great benefit to all. Russellvillc district of the A. M. E church was in session here at Wesley The Farmers' Bank of Dunmor Two houses and lots for sale; de Chapel the latter half of last week, makes a statement ot its condition sirable property, well located. Ap and concluding Sunday. Rev. this issue, and our readers should in. ply at this office. Golf, station preacher at Russell give it attention. "Fill the gaps" is the cry now in villc, presided, and was assisted Typewriter ribbons, all machines, the pavement agitation. There is materially by the local pastor, Rev at Roark's There were about fifty del so much concrete pavement in town Irvin. egatcs in attendance, and they, all now that every effort is being made The picture show will have three to induce the making of it unani were provided with homes among big nights for the remainder of the our colored people. There was gen mous. week, as will be seen from their eral interest in the proceedings, and A child of Myrtle Bard, colored, a liberal response to advertisement. the collections died m town Monday night, and was $212 being raised for general con Large line of collapsible gocarts buried Tuesday afternoon in the ference purposes and $80 for Atkin west end cemetery. at Roark's. . Prices right. son College, the church school at Madisonville, besides lesser amount! The cooler evenings have made Give us your job work. for other purposes. The Russell possible social gatherings, and the villc district is the largest in tcrrito A Bisscll carpel sweeper will weather conditions have been fully ry of any in the state. last longer than 40 corn brooms, improved lately. costing from $12 to $15; the sweepIf you want that dead watch or Mr. Will Warren has four horses ers cost $3 to $5.75. See them at clock put to work, let Mc have it Roark's, and have other advantages that are suffering from catarrha and he will put it to running. than the money-savin- g features ex- pneumonia, and they are being treated by a veterinarian. There plained. The moving picture show will re have been quite a few such cases in main until the end of the week Swing settees for porches at Rothe county, and in other counties anyway. ark's. there have been some deaths o horses reported from this cause. Mrs. J. L. Rogers entertained Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. I here is considerable interest W. F. Wallace, of Corinth, Miss., being taken in the primary election and her elegant home was the center Saturday, and both candidates for of local social members. Following representative, Mr. J. F. Doss and the various forms of amusement and George Baker, are stirring about entertainment, lefreshmcnts were some in this the last few days of the served the guests. campaign. The race has narrowed to these two gentlemen, and there If you arc a "Republican you may promises to be some running. vote Saturday. 1 tion. He was a son of Rev. L H. Hayes, and had spent many )cars of his life here. Some jcars ago, on account of declining health, he went to Ashevillc, and that climate was beneficial, adding to his days. His body was brought here, arriv ing Monday, and interment was made at Friendship Tuesday after noon, many persons attending. He is survived by his wife and one child. The funeral service was con ducted by the Red Men. Goud roads cost money, but bad roads cost about four times as much Our showers have been light, just enough to save growing crops, and a good rain is still needed. Master James Lam Arnold was born to Mr and Mrs? Marshall Arnold last Saturday night, and is a vigorous member of the family Go to the election you are a Republican, become one Saturday if or want to I'he Home Milling Co., incorporat ed held a meeting here Tuesday and elected the following officers: C. 12. Martin, president; W. G. Duncan, Geo. H. Johnson, manager. secretary treasurer-genera- l I'he following board of directors C. 12. Martin, W. G. was chosen: Duncan, John F. Green, John M. The Corlcy, George H. Johnson. company is now having built near the depot one of the finest flour mills in the country. The machinery is of the very latest pattern, and the buildings and elcvatoi will be of reinforced concrete, while the spout- ings and bins will all be of fire proof material. The mill will be of 75 barrel capaciiy, and will be operaAll machinery ted by electricity. will be of ball and roller bearing?, the very latest and most economical of operation. The mill building proper will be 30x40 feet, three stories and basement, and a ware- room 30x50, while the elevator will have a capacity of 25,000 bushels. Mr. Johnson, the manager, is a practical mill man with many j cats' experience, and he has associated with him many of the best business men and farmers of this section Nothing more generally beneficial to the county could have been introduced, and the success of the company is assured from the beginning. Water Company Bays Building. Water Co. The Greenville Light last week purchased from Mr. J. F. Green a house and lot on Main street, near police h aquartcrs, and will move into the building as soon as some repairs and alterations have been made to fit it for their The lqt is 24x80 fctt, and oi'nccs. the price of $050 is considered as a very good investment. The build ing, the company has been occupy- ing will be extended and repaired by Mrs. M attic Rowc, the owner, and will be occupied as a mcrcan tile establishment. & id id Vegetables Crackers peonage. And at reasonable prices is our bid for your W. H. Brizendine Co. Follow the Crowds Another Big Week for GREENVILLE AT THE OPERA HOUSE Thursday, Friday and Saturday LOOK WHO'S COMING! In order to keep our program at a high standard we have secured a firstclass vaudeville team of two clever little artists, Cook and Wood-al- l. They are now playing at the Lyric in Madisonville to packed houses. Cpme and enjoy the best singing heard in Greenville in years. We have seen these little girls work, and can guarantee them to be strictly up to the minute. NOTICE.- - Bring in your pictures Monday night to the Opera House and we will be pleased to copy them for the Wednes day night entertainment. We will take good care of them and return them promply. Hand them to Mr. Goodrich at the door. Goodrich & McGary Managers of the Baby Show Qm4 Way of Selling Paint by giving you material that does what you want it to do. If it's a floor, woodwork, a table, bath-tu- b, or the whole house you're about to paint or varnish, enamel or stain we can supply exactly the article that will do it best. You can be sure of this because wc sell the perfect is to make you satisfied i2c. The Record $oc per . The concrete foundation work on the W. G. Duncan bungalow is under way, and will soon be completed, when the capentcrs will continue the work. This will be the most bcauti ful interior of any home in the county, as only the finesfnative and foreign woods will be used, finest figured mahogany playing an impor tant part in the finish. The hous will not be ready for occupancy until late fall, The 1.75 excursion to Louisville will leave here at 3 54 next Sunday afternoon, returning will leave Lou isville at 4 p. in; Tuesday; A large number of people from this section is planning to go. Burr Grist Mill. My new burr grist mill is in oper ation; call on your merchants for White Flint meal. Also ready to furnish the public with chicken feed and chopped corn, jl 28 J. A. Shaver. UErOUTOF THE ACME QUALITY kind of paints, enamels, stains, varnishes, all carrying the guarantee mark. With every purchase of the Acme Quality" kind we give you free "The Selection and Use of Paints and JFinishes, " the only com plete paint book ever published. condition of BANK THE FARMERS' 1I0I11? business at the town of Dunmor, Coiinty of Muhlenberg, Statu of Kentucky, at the close of business on tlic IHtli day of July. 1011. UliiJOUKCElj. 3:i,IC0.33 Greenville Milling Go. (Incorporated.) ACME IqUAUTYj St Loan uutl Discounts U. 8. awl other Iluuils, Stocks and Securities None Due from Banks McCracken has the largest Actual Cash on lianiland exchange Cheeks, cash Items for clearing stock of dials for timepieces ever Overdrafts Secured, None; Unsecured. II.I02.2U carried in the county, and can fit Current expenses and taxe.s paid... . Furniture and anything from the court house clock Heal Kstate. t.tllO.OO; Total rixturcH, Other AsrtK Dot Included uiulerany to a toy watch. of the above head None 2, SO, I :,ia.2 1,1ft!. V, 0,013 Chicken Thieves Active. See what progress the Muhlenberg No better summer resort was want County Savings Bank is making, as cd than a this ice the first of the shown by its statement published week. elsewhere. It is pleasing to the stockholders and assuring to the Visitors in automobiles continue to harass us. Mc has "Big Ben," one of the general public. best alarm clocks on the market. Mr. T. F. Drake is now with Hear varied sc lections on the Vic W. H. Brizendinc and Co. ami will Roark's furniture polish is some what better than the rest, and is sold tor talking ma be glad tosce his many fiiends there considerably cheaper, and with the chines at Roark's. Republican primary election will The world's best broadest guarantee money back if in the county next Saturday, any yon ever used. music, as well as all be held not better than to name a candidate for reprcscn the popular selections, speeches, bands, orchestras, instrumental so- tativc. Let Mc fix your clock. los, quartettes. Victors range in The patronage extended the baby The conditon of Mr. M. B. Mc price from $10 to $100. Victrolas library of re- show has been splendid, and the Donald was reported as more favor $75 to $250. Large cords and all kinds of talking mamanagement has decided to remain His fever has not chine supplies. able yesterday. another week, making some extra been alarming, but there arc some Louisville excursion Sunday af- stroDg features for the balance of complications that have arisen that ternoon. . time. at times arc serious. 1 fl5,000.0U Night prowlers have been active I2.t:i; 212. CI Total.. for several nights past, and the I Deposit on which interc.it in paid, ..om :,o special object of their visits have DepoH. on irhlch inter'st not paid, IH.271.09 Total Deposit.. been chicken houses. Mr. John CashlerS checks, outstanding, None 23,3IO.tVJ Certified chcclJM, None Shutt found someone in his chicken Due to Hanks, None house one night recently,. and went Notes A Illlli redUcounted, IKOOO.M); BIIU p iynSle, None; T tal.. 8W00J liabilities nut ln He carried with Other of the above beiidluded underd out to investigate. any Fu 2J0XO him a 45 caliber revolver, and when to pay Tax; Total. f 10,72X1'.! he saw a man with both hands filled Kentucky, with chickens he took a shot at the State of M Clary, County of Miililenbcii:. Set. I, 11. II. cashier of the above named do solemnly that culprit; he did not shoot to hit the bank, is true to the sivearof my the above Mate knowledge and tueiit bct II. McClaiii, Cashier. II. man, but to scare him, which he did, belief. J. S. DEl'OYSTUn, T. A. SIMMONS. as the chickens were dropped im U..T. IIELTSIEV, mediately, and the man was allowed Directors. Subscribed and sworn to before inc by II. II. to make a getaway, though Mr, McClary, tliNSilli day of July, 1911. Shutt declares he could have shot O. J. IIi'iiuss, Notary l'ubll.'. Mr. W. G him if he had desired. My cnminUslou expires tan. Ill, 11)12. Duncan lost about 50 chickens, but did not discover it until next morn Mr. C. Y. Martin and Mr ing, Dave Kimmel are among other fwALTIiAMl losers, and now a close watch is be ing maintained by several persons, and it is likely that some one will be rvrv WHTimi nrt.t. ... ... caught, if further depredations arc ..iv m. ... huiiuiui.vu uy mc manufacturers oRalnst any defect In material or construction. attempted. This J Total LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid in. iu vU SurplfH, 200.1X1; Undivided profit, il6,T2:l.ft! The highest medical authority on foods, Sir James Crichton Browne, LLD. of LondoH, F.R.S. gives the best reasons for eating more Quaker Oats In an article published in the Youth's Companion of September 23rd, 1909, Dr. Browne, the great medical authority on foods, says, about brain and muscle building "There is one kincf of food that seems to mc of marked value as a food to the brain and to the whole body throughout (youth), and that is oatmeal. "Oats arc the most nutritious of all the cereals, being richer in fats, organic phosphorus and lecithins." He says oatmeal is gaining ground with the of Great Britain. He speaks of it as the mainstay of the Scottish laborer's diet and says it pro well-to-d- duces a big-bone- d, d, childhood and adolescence Scotch) has been in some measure due to the stimulation of the thyroid gland by oatmeal porridge in childhood." because it is the best of all oatmeals. mentally energetic race. His experiments prove that good oatmeal such as Quaker Oats not only furnishes the best food for the human being, but eating it strengthens and enlarges the thyroid gland this gland is intimately connected with the nourishing processes of the body. In conclusion he says "It seems probable therefore that the bulk and brawniness of the Northerners (meaning the o The Scotch eat Quaker Oats frunrnnteo Is without time limit, and holds good the world over. Summer fur niture, porch sets, lawn goods, s et tees, cots, I 2,00-0,00- jgg Old Hickory chairs and now in use rockers, etc. We have a large assortment of in Roar k's Waltham Watches in Gold, Gold complete Filled, Silver and Nickel Cases. stock. Waltham Watches a. e. Mccracken. n', m. baqiffett's mm Cures Cholera ETH i at Druggists, or Idfffr Cests Only 25c m P0WM?Mm mail 25c to C. Diarrhoea, Dystnlery. and tha. Bowel Troubles of ChlWren of Jiny Jigs. Aids Digestion, Regulates the Bowels, Strength, ens the Child and MAKES infant, ( TEETHING MOFFETT, JI. D., St. Mother I Hesitate no longer, but save the health and life ot your child, as thousands hove done, by giving those powdci 9. TEETHINA is easily given and quickly coM.tcracto and over tzomcs tho effects of tho summer's heat upon teething children EA9Ym Urns, M. ROARK Fvimitisre, W&Ilp&.per, Shades, Moldings, Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, R&es, W?&jppesv Slippers, Grsve Vaults, Disinfection ROARK Wafting. It r.n is tliv tern iii- ling of nature nnd " couKl not stand it to be on my feet and .1 was so Rueiled in the translates nbdomcii I could hardly breathe. I'nlcss excrrir n I3ut thanks to Dr. Miles' Heart Hinm l.nin e. Remedy and Nervine I am able to m idi pleasant r is rmsiny be about the street?, n walking adi lull. Swinging Ii'dHi vertisement of the curm've rj'iil-hie- s ihrmih ; dumb be Ms or gon-jof remedies, ahheuh I f hf hme am 70 yov;r olJ." various nun-- uveitis years j;j mnasiii s," so jmjiuUr u tew years John II. Cochran, Lewtstown, III. soon becomes monotonous. Better than any statement v.c The man who cmi keep it up every day, year in And year out, p uscsscs could make regarding the value of Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy an enviab'e will power that is in itFortunately, self akin to pejwus arc these words of Mr. Cochrr.n. He speaks from experience, tbc no one is compelled to do this, highest possible source cf knowli, it is better not to flu It excluedge. If you have nny of the sively, for indoor t.vndfc is sijri of n weak heart, ciclt a; mid is n j or o.lis vine for pain id i!ic Lft shoulder or arm. .. .1.11.... i g, nump, uu, fainting and hutlery spelw, shorttennis, .on, best of nil, I caiise i hin the pow- ness of breath, smothc&iK spHK fluttering or pulpkntion of the heart er of all able bodnd persons, walky.ju need ing fi'IUes Heart Remedy By walking i not wen lit strolling. Dr. cwn bod, but not over bod), nls! I his ine ami tlic common cxpc of mankind that the bod) lumc t!.. it docs not cvrrrise stiflens nnd This is freely conceded uv iwsis. iijp to die by three ot our best doctors, "I had been given Itft 1ms been before the public for 30 years, most of the time right on the spot where v:e arc now located. htf ; into practice. W vmifd nnd I j 8 SI 2 u 3 Aim c instantly h::s been to sell the fjords in cur lines, r.t Ihe m ist reasonable prices. Our services arc of the highest grsUc, our wares the best, and our equipment compares with the best of the larger cities. usefulness. We endeavor constantly to increase our yyui iu ft HENRY PATTERSON Editor. On your patronage is based on a service the duration of an ordinary Ufa time, and a square deal assured every one. The accum ulate;l experience and knowledge of this third of a century are at your command. in-d- ius-ifl- t ,t I WK TAN 1 IKXLSII YCt 3S rrs 'The 3353 ft B F3k That is better than iiting in an arm chair by the fire, l r it tkes one into the open air and vtutilnts the hings anil stirs up the sluggish circulation in a measure, but it is not walking exercise. minutes Jn a brisk walk of or more, n man r n is s nil thf inuf.l of his body ; ,r. UstVc li e : abdnuii'ial nrj!::ii into usclul which for over twenty years has been recognized as the best preparation of its kind to be had, Scld undsr a guwantcc nscurtng the rstum of the price of tho flrtt bolt's if It falls to ucncf t. AT ALL DRUGGISTS. MILCS MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Imt. j ie ncuuni AMh I 2 Sr3 & J. L. ROARK Estate OWEN L. ROARK, Manager WW TZURNITURE UN ERA L titifilisr:2d i3?3 fEALERS &J-IRECTORS ttity mm flilRIER-JOURNJI- L V l loij Distiace Teleplionss: Siora ?; iioms !03 c:tiv-ity- Litilli.i of all Kiiitls in Stock. i liOTli O.NK YKAK I OR ! tw .. g-- w m $M 3mm cm m . w r Sit m &t 1 H has in stock all; Mis l.'ii-he fills his lui i iih f m h j ue nir, ami so leljs thrm lo discharge kinds cd iu!h". auid now is the lime their oitirs of purifjing the blood; ?n bfgiu tin: ruHivutiuii. he tpM.kcns and brtgihcns thr .ire readv for delivery, and otrlers so that the blood, in the lungs, flows in aciiatcd full stream to the bratu, an l washes out all the poison with which' the every day work and wory has c'ogg the ed it; and at the same scenes in city streets or HU.ry r!?d3 i.lf r l c current of Itiui and body 'alike aic thought. riticwcd, and all this without conscious effort, if the walk is taken w ith a purpose. The purpose can be found, for there is always an errand which one ran do for himscH or another. Tl e business man especially, the ot c who needs more than any one else exercise, can get it this by walking to or from, or lo and from, his olficc. This may seem irksome or timc- wasting at first, but with a Utile perseverance it s:)on becomes a habit. Then very soon its benefits arc recognized; one by one disagreeable minor symptoms disappear, meals are properly digested, sleep becomes a matter of course, and those first few extra pounds of flesh at which the family physician has looked The askance insensibly disappear. wise man will not readily abandon a habit which brings such certain reward. henrt-actinnow-wel- l ever-changilife-givi- .tnill V: can also give liberal 'nkcn for otliers. and prompt de combination rate with Daily livery yiaranteed; t'hintsc Sacred l.illics, 10c each. 3 fur 25; Tap.r tor Minoav Conner- ournai. Com2 for Write Courier-Journa- l White Narcissus, llrundifl-srj, A The (irssteit BLU T'rfo Kr.?t ?.0D5 jlalie-:- ! l:y tha of the Ccnl'.::; Send D6ssriiln and fr Prl:s Us; wJOHiN -- (Yiulst I51JC) Rose Growers as Uic Forerunner of Uw Blue Rose, Ysry Yiicr-cu- s nJ hardy. Free J5!oob:1hJ Corn-fiowcr il i GiimAND TELEPHONE &' TELEGRAPH 60, W.' je. 30c dtz; Single White, 5c cch. 50c do, Ueddiug Hyacinths, Dutch, 5c each, 60c doz; Forcing Dutch Hyacinths, toe each, $1 00 dnz; Tulips, mixed, 20c doz. Roman Hyacinths, 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 GrcenliouticM y E. RAC KEBRAMDT r: Princeton, Ky. Lor.s distance linos and toicpJioncs of this Company cnabio you lo talk dlmcst anywhere in Southern Indiana, Southern Illinois, Kentucky. TennoSj o, Mississippi a.'id L.ou!oicna. Vc can put you in quick and satisfactory communication vith f.he pcopic of tha srgat section of tho country. Wc solicit your patronage. Rates reason-abl- e. Equipments and facilities, unsur- passed. " . Kuril I Ritter-wit- h Czufina c, t;ni r.rr 00t0(0)(l098lt09et9 ! 1 Deal at home as much as pr ss'blc. Build up your ins fgsiira nuiisiui 1 0 This will home lown. make you a better home 2 market and enhance the I I value of your properly. o UiJIW 111' I They I I meet all (rains, day and night, with Bus JUST RECEIVED Many Patterns of 1911 and Baggage wagon. 0 THE OLD RELIABLE Wa I i pa per JL'MtLJUJHiJlWiJM:.! KILLthb 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. K. Coombs & Co. and get the cash. and CURE the itUWGS cough Dr. King's New Discovery w FflR Trial Oottlo Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. Roughs TOLDi) S(n&Ics?.oo. I Easy GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OH MONEY REFUNDED. Compact m Strong Swift Porch swing settees in various lengths and finishes at Roark's. Best work, prompt service; give Several patterns of swing porch your laundry to Joe Morgan, who If yon have a watch or clock out settees at Roark's, and you arc in will appreciate your patronage. of running order, jewelry to be re vited to call. paired, or sewing machines out of If you have not service, bring them to McCracken heard the Victor vtlCTtliriANnit MFCIIANIC and get firstclass guaranteed work. talking machines, .Ihe anil lion lo Standard Visible Writer Enables the operator to sec ever 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 larg;st mercantile houses in many countries. Lake St., Chicago. OLIVER TYPEWRITER CO., 107-1THE 0? Burr Grist My new Mill. AND burr grist mill is in oper ation; call on your merchants for Also ready to White Flint meal. furnish the public with chicken feed and chopped corn, jl 28 J. A. Shaver. Give your job printing orders to r6tV 'Sntiiiixoii m it fl 11 ii.f tri SI Mac s (fur si OOajear. P11I1. Co. l.ostou. MlU. !cervolr rhotosrnplty AMnnt'I'lior'H.uvriiv Reantiiiili'i'tiTf ' - 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. tiUUild if. w ililiijn. qnotic". M.cfT.1 r.i;.itc ;i v"! mrntloa () FN) r il II- -. See the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Roark's. Telephone No 5 Leu vou wani American PhotORraphy 0 Keiam St.. i.l and your laundry The Rf.cord. IS?" McCracken has the largest stock of dials for timepieces ever carried in the county, and can fit anything from the court house clock to a toy watch. If you want a milk chocolate, strawberry milk or Jlimbo Flip, we Taylor & Poole. have it. House 'anil Land for Rent. will be called for and delivered. Gsee Very Serious It is a cry strioua matter to ask for one medicine and have the vronj one tf.vzn you. Fcr tUls reason wo urje you in buying to be carcfiU to get the genuine Joe Morgan solicits that grocery order, and will show ins appreciation by uppling the best goods at the very lowest prices. Quick delivery and courteous treatment. Typewriter tibbous, legal blanks, document covers, carbon paper at this office. Telephone that grocery want Joe Mogan and get the best goods at lowest pi ices. DraugHT Uck Medicine liver The reputation of thia old, reliafor constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is firmly established. It does not imitate other medicines. It is better than othern, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale than all cthcra combined. SOLD IN TOWN F2 Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality. .The Captain Roark property, room house, stable, line water, sever 7 ble medicine, tj ysicians open nnd provciit tlw r Icons of undijeuted use of a poodlax itlvo, t Ustp tho ; X irn. looii trom KCtt"1"110 Ilia htest product ( uI..e .a.itic I ivcr fynip, purely vegetable, gentle, ir;:t;, tr to. reliable end of a rloasrnt, clvo acts m the litr, :; well as cn ths !.'.')mac!i and bowel?, and l: tf t'-proa- t- t pisiblc efficacy ia coiutipation, indigestion, t i.'ua .!ic--, !ck lipadadie, l. .riNlin?s, cohc.tlatuknce, etc. Try VF 1 H'm akacresof land, ready for cultivation located just outside of town, on two strdcts, will be rented reasonably. Fine location, desirable home. Ap ply to Orien L. Roark, Greenville, Ky: 'X-- . M'ss Lena Arnold asks the patronatul guarantor. that satisfactory work will be done in her clothes cleaning, pressing The largest line of the best baby and repairing shop. Try Miss Lena Arnold's shop for rarriages in town are on display at Koaik's. Give us your job work. high. grade clothes pressing. age of the public, COIE arid SEE THEM Ihe J.L. ROARI ESTATE TF- 91. mi)"I u