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The investment is Get our rates. jg ! is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clay,! getc, and the most inviting field in Ken- ? 'SL . . .i i i i i .1 tucKy ior investment oi capital ana piucK. Muhlenberg County VOL. XIII. NO. 25. rail? Or did you ever see n motion which might have been a elfin? Tor gatemen at times communlcnto with engineers In this way by some In dividual code of their own known only to the two i at ties concerned. It. may be, If they nre friends, or to more, if Kuch an arrangement could be made practically useful. One form of gntenmn's signal which would be ureful to any engineer on a a high train regularly maintaining epeed is one which romo railroad men iMIn employ. It is a time signal. utes moan everything when they begin to mean miles, and an engineer on an exprers run has always something better to do than pulMi g out his watch to roe went time it !s mil whether he is gating late or tut. Here Is where tho friendly gntenuifs time signal comes In handy. The gatemnu, equipped with an ex-- ' cellent watch of hi.? own. knows at what time the train Is due at his crorrlng. and Is on the lookout for It. keeping tab on how late It Is, If ho tlnds that It Is late. Then, when the train comes, with the engineer hang-- ! Ing out of Its high window to nod him th good day of fellowship, he holds up his hand, extending clearly enough fingers to Indicate the minutes the engineer has lost. The cM ?hoots hy and the opening thrcttle gathers speed from the tinging wheels, urging the train farter and faster. There Is. or course, no occasion for the use of more than one hand under this sya-- : tern, hecaufe any experienced engineer would know without knowing tho time, If ho hnd lest over five minutes. It Is hot an Improvement over train dljpatchlng by telephone In the cab, or even a very positive way of rail; road communication at all, but to tho wheels man above the big driving every llt'le bit helps, and It Is always good for him. as for anyone else, to know that he has a friend by tho sldo of the road. GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1911, Kentucky Fair Dates. TIIII RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE HAVE THEIR OWN CODE HOW ENGINEERS AND CROSSING GATEMEN COMMUNICATE. Latter Frequently Tell the Former How Many Minutes Late They Are as the Trains Shoot y. With n mystic ppoU of waving arms, communicating uiffsrgcs from the krokoaian to tho riiRlr.cer, height trains aro broken, nmt shifted nnt and niovptl about at W I t'h plcasnt p. tho fntuo sllont lolfRraphy trains aro Rtartoilnt their i!H fcrcut stops, hncked at Ik'K atntlons to take on milk cars, anil handily inantp. minted from one end of the line to the othor. In the raliroacl limitless, even more than In the nrofosfioa of jsymroV Ic dancing, every little movement has n meaning all its own. Such signs as thcae. however, are familiar to all who travel. If their meaning is not exactly known, their general purpose is universally recognized, so thero is nothing of a mysterl- ,ous nature about them. Hut did you i ver ?oe a tlgn hotween a crossing gatenmn and an engineer.' one standing at his post to guard tho life and limb of people on the highway and the other clipping by at sixty miles an hour. with a rush and a roar and n billowing tidal wave of thick, black smoke, and n wnke of dust and cinders and flying scraps of papor and sleeper splinter and sprlnglug t ; , Tho following nro the date tlxed for holding tho Kentuoky Knlrn for HU1 a fur iim reported. Oilleers of fair aro ioiiPntod to renrt to uh Monon Route Announces New Schedule an oimnii-- f lutiH or enrroottoun of clHtt w. Danville, AtiRUst 2 3 ilujs. of Fares One Way and Round Trip. VertmllltM, Aiiiint days. Lexington. AugiiHt IliimnNburt;, August 8 3 day. I'nlontmvn, August S fiilajK. The Monon Route" announces that KKaahethtowu, AugttKt U- - I day. VntuT.linrK, August 0 -- I day. t will henceforth sell tickets between Idiwrenoeburjr, August 15 I day. Louisville and Chicago at $6 one I.eltehtleld. August 151 day, llurkavlltr, August IB I day, vay, instead of ?S as formerly, and August 10 3 day. t2 round trip, good jckdays return-ng- , ItV- -l rinyg. Fern Creels. August Sliepherdnvllle, Aug. 22 I dayn. instead of $16. Patrons are of Kholltvvlllo, August 22 I fered exceptionally good service by I'ulutnlilu, August 21- - I tlaj s. I.oiiiIdii, August il - I il:y. he Monon, which on night trains l.U fitj, August i tho. fiom I.ouUvillc operate ..CompartI days, Mjiilngtlflil, August lioriuatitowii, August CI Sitaj. ment and I) raw in; rooty Pulltnuns, . Nli'hohtBVllto. Augtist 2J 3 days. ft . as well as the usual straight sleencr. Souit'inot, August a S dny. JO I ilay. The day trains have Parlor ami Din rmukfort. August Kultuu, August 2'J Sttays. ng cars, and the very fittest modern, Uarttstotv'ii, August 'M- - I days. I'l anUllii, August SI 3 lus. new coaches. Inqtiiricji cheerfully I ttJays. Tai ls. answered by K. II. Hacdn, D. P. A , - I days. Moutloello. . Ale.vanili'ia, Soittoatlior r T tViyn. ,ouisville, Ky. Jlouiit Olivet, soptuiulwr &l tlay. tloilgunvlllo. Soptoiulior 58 !Hy.i. Kautlors, Srptotubvr 0 I dnys, Save yout home bvTaving your KciittU'Vy Slate Kair, fAiuisvlllo, Uarklcy Bros, do flues repaired. -0 days. SottttHVttlo, SoptoHibor IJ3 h. this work in best manner.. Horwf I'avo. St ptembvr SO -- I d.ts. ... CLEANING TIME They can't stand against this matchless broom of the blood. Out they go, along with the troubles they cause, such as pimples, boils, sore3, eczema, malaria, rheumatism and kidney disorders. It makes a clean sweep. salt-rheu- ELECTRIC PRICE As filth flies before the broom, so do disease germs, effete and impure matter and foul humors in the blood fly before BITTERS m, ' j MorgtilitotMi, bVplomln-- r 213 da;, s. ISlasgow, Hoiilombtfi' 3 I day. Jfaytlo'.d. SojitotillHT ?T - I d:iy. Paduoah. Ot'totii'i- .t I Mtirrny. II I days. It cures qufekiy and cures to stay. It gives glorious health and vigor to tho wonk, Glckly end run-down. J. H. : HAES : 50c AND 5I.OO PER BOTTLE SOLD AN GUARANTEED BY Painter and Interior Decorator. DENTIST. Work done Crovi;iiicl Utilise AH BR, J. . Druggists. fw What Are You Going To Do This Year by way of making your business successful and your domestic life full ot pleasure, if you are not supplied with clcphonc service of the Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company? Everyone should have a telephone. Vou arc connected with all outside important points in local connections vith all.rcstdences and business houses. Kor any information call manager, Cumberland Telephone i W- - BARLOW in reasonable it aj rHsHs 3? '-S iS 5 '-S tl ir? v5j i ' prices. O.lloc up In the J otic BulliUns. tf recti rllle. Ky. Ptiywielmt Ofltcr CAM DR. L J. SLATON, Htn'oi r lie lb Bridges & Shannon DEPOY. KENTUCKY We announce to our lic that our stocks of ments arc larger and ever in our history. line of :- -: (a I ill nnd Hurjrcon. Mnmxtrcrl. WAUC h f HOWARD. CRAY. HOWARD & GRAY, (I) (ft Telegraph Incorporated. & Co. A Little Good Paint in Time Saves $ $ $ When your buildings need painting, every day'c delay costs you money. The sun, rain, snow and frost are setting in their voik. Lumber costs too much to let it decay (or vant cf i linls riinU ' LAWYERS. Office in Grrrn Cailjlnf. opposite UMcadc lloltl. (ft (?) ft trade and the pubgoods in all departbetter selected than Wc carry a varied :- -: ORS. HELTSLEY & HELTSLEY OSTEOPATHIC OIUcc at Home, East PHYSICIANS Main-cro- f GENERAL MERCHANDISE and can supply most of the wants of the . -- people.ClothingrShoesr 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. :- -: :- -: m m jft ftr ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Itrcosls less to uu j1 Furniture, Moldings, Wall Paper We carry on our flooro and in our ware rooms the largest variety of Furniture in out it. work. We usenoth. s to jii4Upsfrit gneJ with- on ouc Strcctr ftpN " Para Muhlenberg. WHITE LEAD "Some Individual Code of Their Own." If we do not have what you want, we Pure Linseed Oil, Pure Turpentine and the most expensive colors will get It for you. Wc have factory con nections with makers of the finest goods HONOR TO OLD ENGINEMEN The kind of paint we use never cracks or CANADA PUSHES ITS ROADS in the country, and through "Our Special tcalcs only years of wear will remove it. Let us figure with you when ready to paint One Company Names Its Locomotives Order Department" can supply any exclu Three Transcontinental Lines Built or rice sive articles at less prices than city stores We guarantee a ErtUclass and durable After Men of Long and Faithful ' Under Way and a Fourth to reasonable. Don't put it off. Service. or mail order houses. ! Tidewater. Our Picture and Room Molding-stock- s t The Eric Railroad company, in pur Telephone No. 254, Canada will have three transcontinsuance of Its decision to honor engine-me- ire always complete. ental railroad lines and a fourth road Wallpaper is no?.' a staple article of merlong service with the company of to tidewater by way of Hudson bay. If by naming them, has chandise, being used all the year 'round locomotives New stock sewing machine needles the policies of the liberal government thus far favored two after Western And we always have full selections, prices iare carried out. at Roark's for all machines. employes In this way. Tho first The Canadian Pacific was the pioneer cngineman for whom a locomotive was S cents and up per roll. jroad. Tho Grand Trunk Pacinc is rap-- : named Is William R. Benedict of IJuf Idly nearly completion under governfalo. The second man was Thomas C. E2T"0ur Engraving Machine is the only ment supervision. The third line to Clark of, Hornell. w ho draws a train otv sran the dominion will be the Cana-tdla- the Allegheny division and has worked one in this part of Kentucky, and we are exclusively prepared to supply individual Northern. for tho company for 47 years. To insure tho completion of the third ; It is a very serious msiter to ask m It Is customary on some railroads Name PUtcs, which we furnish on all ,llne, the government purposes to for engincmcn to use the snme locomo- outfits without extra cost. 1 for one medicine and have the 9 the Canadian Northern's bonds tives regularly, while on other lines-thwrong one given you. For this 8 Undertaking and Embalming. to tho extent of 3 per cent on $35,000 locomotives nro used indiscriminreason we urge you In buying 9 a mile for the one thousand milc3 ately; on some lines, when a run is Coffins in White Enamel and Stained a Montreal and Port Arthur. This made one day by one man and the 'arnish finish; Caskets in White Enamel, g to be careful to get the genuine will link tho company's eastern and next day by nnother, alternating reguColored and Black LhCK-DRAUG- HT .western systems. From Montreal to larly, the locomotive makes both runs Natural Woods, White, and Copper St. John, N. li., it Is rroposed to ope- and is used by only these two men. Cloth Covered; ined airtight Caskets; all lengths, and Liver Medicine rate tho Canadian Northern over tho Englnemen generally prefer to have a government owned the same locomotive every time, as regular, extra and double extra widths. The reputation of this o!d, reliaSteel Grave Vaults of all sizes constant ble mcdlcln?, for constipation, in.read. Tho latter road will be strength-cnethey thus becomo familiar with its digestion and liver trouble, is firmby tho construction of new peculiarities and are ablo to get the ly in stock, for immediate delivery. ly established. It docs not imitate r branches and tho acquisition of a Burial Robes, Wrappers, Suits, Dresses, best work from It. The assertion Is other medicines. It is better than of existing side lines at an made by englnemen that locomotives Slippers, etc., in large variety. others, or it would not be the faof 17 million dollars. used indiscriminately receive harsher Our two licensed Embalmers respond at vorite liver powder, with a larger . The estimates also contain an item treatment than a machine used by one sale than all others combined. once to calls for such services. ;o! two million dollars to be expended or two men regularly. SOLD IN TOWN F2 Our general equipment is complete and .U. starting the Northern line to HudRut it is not so much In the interson Day. treatment of loco- of highest grade. ests of economical We have a Funeral Car in service, sub motives that the Erie is naming somo of tftom fcr employes, but rather, It is ject to call anywhere. Saved Child From Engine. 33TTwo Private Tele Standing on the pilot of a train that understood, ns a tribute to tho faithphones, Store 72; Residence 108. wns bearing rapidly down upon a lit- fulness of tho men thus honored. Residence 150 yards from store. tle girl in the center of a bridge intelligent Dog. spanning the Scioto river, near Ken-,toPrompt service any hour day or night. A few dnys ago he llremnn on the O., J. W. Smuck of Carey, reached TDe J. L. ROARK ESTATE. out and lifted tho child from tho track L. & N. train while cresting tho trestle IS THE GREATEST as tho engine pusscd over tho spot between Drakesboro and Elk Valley, OMEN L. ROARK. Manster. saw a bird dog in front of the train on where she had stood. THEATRICAL SHOW PAPER Tho child, about six years old, was tho trestle. It was too rar for the dog SN THE WORLD. the bridge when she saw tho to get to the end of tho trestle beforo cros8lre train, which had been switching In tho tho train overtook it, and there was $4.00 Per Year. Single Copy, 10 Gto yard, approaching. Screaming, sho no way of getting off without leaping to the ground. Most humans would prouched to leap to the river 40 feet below. The scream attracted the at- have chanced the ground, but on a tention of the brakeman on tho pilot. trestle there Is considerable space beFRANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (Litf), to tako Cardul, for your femalo Realizing that it was too late to stop tween the engine nnd the ties, so lTW.ISUEns, AUJEtlTJ BOSIE, troubles, because wo arc sure It 4,7 W. 23TU ST. .1W YOSX iLuUQXK. the engine, Smuck made his heroic ctouchlng down In tho middlo of the will help you. Remember that fescue. Ho collapsed after bearing track the dog waited for tho train. this great femalo remedy .tho child to safety, and the girl ran The train passed over him and the away before her name could bo dog got up and proceeded on his way to Uie end of the trestle. Quetmsboro WINE! learned. iKy.) Inquirer. Long in Railroad Service. Traln'c Queer Freak. The Saxon state railroads reward To jump from, an then regain the workmen who have been In their servTsar, brought relief to thousands of years nnd more with metals was the qtuer prank of the ice twenty-liv.her sick vomen, so why not to small sums of money, and at the same engine of the Brighton nnd South TnADE MAnits yoxi ? For hcadachs, backache Designs time distinguish them with marks of Coast train lately. The train was enCnPvniGHTs &.c. periodical pains, femaJo weakIhonor. Rectntly on this small system tering the station when the engine left RUptrli mi I ilPcrlnllnn ninr AiiTonosPiiillD ness, many have said tt Is "tho The train ran on for 110 qiilrkly ncerliii'i our cpiiiti Irco wlictlmr nn 30 men had served for 25 years, 211 the rail. best medlcino to take." Try It for 30, 17 for 35 and seven for 40 yards, and then the engine remounted tlon.t Kt rlcily cnnttilcia il. IIAN0D00K en Patents y Ur socuruitt natetits. co:it (roe. Ol Jest the rails. One hundred of the chairs years. l'atento taken through SI mm Si Co. receive Sold in Tliis City tyccial notice, nltliout clmtco, lit tuo upon which the sleepers rest were broken off, nnd considerable damage ' Chile Extending Its Lines. way, but Tho Chilean government has under was done to tho permanent A hwnl.xnvirly lllntrnoil Tceklr T.ircest dr. L)o you drink cnca-cnUThen rtilalli'il of hut fioMtilli" t..i.rnal. Tcnns. 3 n nearly 1,(100 miles or tho engine vats undamaged and nono construction yonr: tnuriiniiillis.fi. tioMbyull iiuwmienlcr. passengers were hurt; London try ours. It is pure and refreshing, railroad, tfatj cost or which will bo of tho TVIliNN & Co.3G1BroajA- - New York Mall. Taylor- & Poole. million dollars. a 20 about seventy-five- , JJrauctj Ofllco, ICS F SU WaablDiitOD, 1). C. job-pi : n New-Yorn guar-antco CARTER Strictly Tcloptiono No. 78. Honoii Route ItETWKEN Louisville and Chicago BEST LINE TO ft (ft (ft (ft California and the Two trains daily French Lick and West Baden Springs. CXION STATION, LOUISVILLE. DEARHORN STATION, Yast Northwest (ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft "ft ft Undertaking D epartment ft ft We have just added an Undertaking Department to our ft Dusmess, and will carry a comprehensive line ot Lomns, Las- vl I I Very Serious I kets, Robes, Suits, Wrappers and Dresses. Also have a Hearse f m service, on call anywhere. Urders in this line given prompt (ft and careful attention any hour day or night. (?) CHICAGO. KlAhl Vn t7 nr Mn T Tnlnnhnnn-- . ffnrn Vn m mvjiu, itu. ic ui nu. j. mepiiuiiKa. 21m, nu. i. (ft Dinin? and Parlor Cars. (ft The BRIDGES & SHANNON CO. Palace Drawing Room Sleepers. (ft DEPOY, KENTUCKY E. H. BACON, D. P. A., 1 j N. W. Cor. 4th ami Market Sts. KY. 1 ft ft ft ft ft ft LOUISVILLE. KUt.4t , . f- c- im. jto !fm' .Intor-Colonln- l, d . mini-rbe- z WOOL .HIDESandRMRS BeiajDi1i. :.i we can better for res thin afents or coeoissiea mackants. ACKICBCS: WE BUY Don't Suffer! I Long-Distan- NEW YORK o.i CLIPPER Sample Copy Free. . aDT BIDS 10 LiODUIiix. u. ni r....:.L uium nooiXJiJrrciooai M.SABEL&SONS jnipp-j- ugn? niitEici uiwiin. LwiJTille, K7. AT FACTORY PRICES hrpn trniihlpf! 3 Hfilf. fnr nenrlv 7 venrs." writes Mrs. L Finciier, in a letter from Peavy, Ala., "but I was t.- -l A ! 1. r.: J !! noi iaKen aown, unm iviarcn, wucn i went 10 usu auu nau to have a doctor. He did all he could for me, but I got no better. 1 hurt all over, and I could not rest. At last, I tried Carclui, and soon I began to improve. Now I am in very good health, and able to do all my housework." h?A A "I it 1 T L X 1 - GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS We Ask Yon The Woman'sTonic You may wonder why Cardui is so successful, after other remedies have failed. 'The answer is that Cardui is successful, because it is composed of scientific ingredients, that act curatively on the womanly system. It is a medicine for women, and for women only. It builds, strengthens, and restores weak and ailing women, to health and happiness. If you suffer like Mrs. Fincher did, take Cardui. It will surely do for you, what it did for her. At all druggists. Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept. ChaUanoon Medicine Co., Chattanoosa. Tcna, booh, "Home Treatment lor Women," sent free. J CO for Special list:v:t:cr.s, and no. 270 C. 1). tv;o-:n-o.n- e e 11 1 - Scientific Jftnerlcdti. ? 0. to Consumer snljtrct to examination niul ap)t ovnloit 3U1I i s ft re trial. U i of the proal t importnmr to the (;!.,Ih llututv & llunirm Co. lo have evciy one wIioilcuU nli lis n pi. r.set aal SotWIcil Onstotnor. fruin'jil iss;oitd tOLii!a!:c caclisliipmeut suih exccIKi t value in quality ot nmleiinl, Mnrkii'unsliip, (V'i-nrd s'yle f Aihortik-moii- t vehicle that It will be a nnd urinous many onlers in rtturii. It" we lleJe you, 1y selling yon nu honestly imit'.e bujr.cy t:,l ata prteelcKmlie Middleman's Profit, you vilt recomniend our pHds to yt.ur nciRKlK-.r- . Our our customers Gunranlco tsatshitelv nsocd-tos it would be to n denier. If ilomlsnrc not as represented your inouey I returned to you. You '1K0 no rlhli. We manufacture honetit Vehicles nud Ilarnrrx. nveoiir ctiitumeni money, fill orders prompt!. Writr for our l!u.O' nml H.irmiMiOi.talof'.tuv. SL0BE BUGGY HARNESS C0flPAN' 0WENSB0R0. KENTUCKY We ship al vehicles Direct from our - Subscribe for H?c Record Only 50c, THE RECORD, An Independent Newspaper. rURLIBIIKll TIIUnsDAT IIT RECORD PRESS, Owes Hick, Frealilent. Okikn L. Uoauk, Sccrclarj. Okikn Lona-Olstan- Koakk, Kditok. Telephone, No. 72. rtar of store, crouiu! Iloor. ORlotf In new niuu'x lolfitTS "C " PER YEAR. IN ADYANCE. TBRMH. The Hnlworlptlon price if llii jiaper 1h jinya-lil- e in tiilvntu-e- , ami when the time ha expired to which It In jialil, the paper will he stopped. Oaritrt of thniikH, ohltnary notice, Ho., If not free. Innuor than ten linen, will tepnlllHhelHiicceeil-uj;lIn- A charge of ?. per line will l made for No variation of thin rule to iuiyori. Free sample coplen will be mailed. AdTcrtlnements will he Inserted. A rate card will be fnrnlnlied on request. Address alleommnnleatlotiH sjjul mnkr nil re1 KKCOlU) I'ltESh, milium e pajnble to .iivllie. Ky. THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1911. Entered at the fJreriiTllle. Ky.. iottittlce matter. Hrcond-elaws From discussions in Congress ii appears that conservation, like the tariff, "is a local issue." AK Ohio editor better expresses it when he that now is the tin e fot all good parties to come to the sas Bid of the Ultimate Consumer. That Congressional invest'gation of the shoe trust, as perhaps you were about to observe, should Lad to a disclosure ot the fa t? from the ground up. in ice famine it required a physician's prescription to et ice in Springfield, Selecting and Caring for Seed Com. Ohio. Wc have known it to take a IC very farmer who expects to p'ait physician's recomm.'nd to get :hc seed corn next year of his own rest of the ingredients down h ;re raising should select in the field this fall and jive it the proper care during Rbckxt enactments of laws in the the winter. Everyone who is not national halls indicate that the elegrowing a variety with good breeding phant and donkey are pretty well behind it should get such a variety Tiiry arc gelling things icversed the North. List week during an of living and breathing in the hub of the universe was another matter; it was an expression of transencdent-alism- . Iloston, as one of its great geniuses explained, was "a frame of mind;" and to the making of this frame the intelligence of the entire cosmos contributed. It was a quintessential thought, not a mere matter of latitudes and longitudes such as the Census Office "centres" are. The same official bullctiin, which conveys the information that I'niom-villc- , Monroe county, Indiana is the present centre of population of the United States, also tells us that the geographical centre of the country is in northern Kansas. Now of what us? is the knowledge that there a'c j't.t as many sq a e miles of United States territory north and south of Miiukato. or just dS many sterile or it'ttile American acres east and west of the longitu L of wli it place? What if as many Ameiicans live cast of a line drawn north and south through Unionvillc as live to ihe westward thereol? Or th.it the latitude of Unionvillc parts an equal number of Amcric ins, good and bad, living north and south thereof? I' r our part, we arc more interested in the proper quartering of a huckle-oerrpie in which wc expect to share. Who wants to be in the middle, anyhow? The centre of a revolving circle moves more slowly Who than the periphery. would give fifty years of Kuropc for a cy le of Catha? The hub pivots the wheel, but the tire raises tlie dust. y Sciatica. To one who has suffered from sciatica, any description of the pain and misery will be needless, and "to one who has not had it no ordinary pen can picture it adequately. d case is The pain in a It is felt with greatest excruciating. intensity about the middle of the back part of the thigh or higher up, near the pelvis, and extends down the back of the leg a variable dis tance. The underlying cause of the pain in true sciatica is an inflammation of the sciatic nerve, a large nerve-trunpassing down the middle of the thigh a id dividing near the knee into two main branches which run down the k W. G. Duncan, Pfds5 W. A, Wickliffe, Vic SATURDAY BARGAINS Greenville J. L iaiit & INCORPORATED Water Co. BRIZENDINE'S Small 7in. Meat Platter, Regular Size Soup Bowl, 7 inch Nappies, 8" 5 " Plate, per set 5c JC r-- A. GILMAN, Gen, Mgr., Sccty. and Treas. 8c 10c leg. The treatment, which is the sub 20c ject of chief interest to the sufferer, is directed to thj c ir of the inll tin mation of the nerve and to the relit I of the pain resulting from it. In the attempt to accomplish the first of these objects the cause must I e a;ccitaincd, and then be removed if possible. This cause is not alwajs the same, but is generally some systemic condition, or toxemia, as it is called, often indefinitely characti iz:d as g tutor rheumatism or the 1 This is White 'Wzrz that wc bought at low price by buying in quantities, and wc arc passing it on to you at the same low price. Don't miss these. "J oisaer ana netter man NINTH ANNUAL rvver wr "uric-"aci- d diathesis." Kentucky State Fair ..LOUISVILLE. SEPTEMBER 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 1911. I PLENTY OF ICE AT THE TOP of the world, but you don't need to go that far for it Just tell us to have our wagon stop and leave you enough to fill your refrigerator. You'll find it so convenient, so economical that you'll wonder how you ever did without ice before. Commence tomor ow morrng? broken to double harness, and arc working together in a way that will benefit the public. Party lines have gone smash, and the country will improve. A York social and theatrical yotng women are living in tents in the tobacco sections of Conneticut, the idea that the colony of New . bacco is beneficial to health and Perhaps this acvery beautifying. counts for the many beautiful women. Kcn-tuck- y reading than the newspaper reports as to how enthusiastic Rcntuckians arc this week along the route of the Lincoln Way, where business and professional men, farmers, mechanics, school teachers, women and children arc lending a helping hand in trTc work of building a broad and permanent highway in one week. The work is already completed in some sections, and there is great rivalry between the crews as which shall do the best work. May this be only a start of such improvements in the State, where roads of such character are badly needed. Thkkk is no better Now that president Taft has put bis signature to the Canadian Reciprocity bill a brief review may be made of the political forces that have contributed to the result. In both houses of Congress 235 Democrats voted for the bill and 14 in the negative: so that the Democrats gave of their forces a net majority of 221 for reciprocity. On the other hand, the Republicans of the two houses gave S5 votes for the bill and 102 against it, leaving a net Republican majority of 17 in the negative, and revealing an almost equal division of the two factions. The figures are tuoat significcnt in reflecting the tendencies ot the two parties on the tariff qucstioH, In the Democratic party the reactionary clement is reduced almost to a tfhadow: In the Republican party the reactionaries ate etiU the dominant power. oiiccriifig Centre. miles westward the of popuIafWn of the iUnited, centTc States has advanced 6lnce jooo. This is more than twice the westward shift ot the centre during the years movement 1890-190the If should accelerate in like ratio in the current decade as it did in the last the centre would get close to the by 1920. The Illinois State-lin- e Ioosicrs must watch out if they cvould not lose the distinction, which has long been theirs, of living an the very midst of American tpcoplc. .liy the way, is it not curious that 'human boings should take so much account of being in the centre of somewhere? The Bostonese boast Thirty-on- e 0. before another year goes by. Once a productive variety is found, seed should be selected from one's own field rather than buy seed from a distance, as the imported seed is likely to be not so well adapted to local conditions as the home-grow- n seed. In buying new seed, it is safest to get it from a grower of reputation of near home as possible. Most corn growers select seed from the crib in the spring: there fore it ii not possible to know any thing about the conditions under which it grew. The whole plan, and not the car, is the unit of select ion. The reasonable way, then, is to go into the field when the corn is coming into maturity. The stalk should be of medium height, stocky and vigorous, bearing the ear about tour feet from the ground, with a good shank that gives the car just enough drop to protect it from the rain. Select from two or three stalks in a hill, according as yo u expect to grow two or three in a hill. An car that is good with one stalk in a hill might have been poor in competition with other stalks in the hill. See that there are no nubbin or barren stalks close to the selected plants, as they are generally from weak seed, and the selected car will have been cross fertilized by them. Mark the ears selected by tying a lag to t hew, and allow Jhcm to mature thoroughly, Gather as soon as mature, husk and hang up in a dry, well ventilated place where there will be no injury by mice. A very good way to hang corn is to string it up so that the cars do not touch each other, very much as boys hang up their popcorn. Select at least twice as many cars as will be needed for seed, since many will have to be discarded as not coming up to the desired type. These points cannot be determined in the field. In the spring before planting time, make a germination test of every car, and discard all weak ones. Select 50 of the finest and strongest cars and shell them togathcr and plant them in a seed block in a place on the farm where they will be least exposed to your neighbor's corn. Then select the next year's seed (fxom $13 block as directed for selecting iq the iield. Plant each year a seed block by using the bes 50 ears. This procedure will improve the yield and quality of your corn. For further information address George Roberts, Agronomist Kentucky Experiment Station. A fresh shipment of "Big Ben" alarm clocks is going fast at Mack's watch shop. l'or the relief of the pain, drugs may be and often arc necessary, but much can be done by physical measures. The first essential is rest to the limb, obtained by the re sometimes cumbnt position in combined with fastening the leg in a splint. In addition to this, local applications are of great service. In some cases cold, in the form of an elongated icu bag, gives most re lie". In other cases the pain yields more quickly to hot applications, such as a poultice or mud-pacor running a hot iron over the part, covered with thin blotting pai cr, or r the mcd by druggists, moistened with vinegar and water or the leg may rest in a box filled with .hot sand. Sometimes alternate hot and cold applications relieve when either alone fail. A good way is to apply several layers of cloth wet with and cover them with strips of blanket over which is a sheet ol rubber tissue. The heat of the limb soon converts the cold application into a hot one, and the stimulation of circulation thus effected brings great relief. Gentle rubbing or stroking of the limb upward is often grateful. In the later stages, when the pain is less acytc, massage and careful exercise arc serviceable- - Electricity ot the proper kind and scientifically applied not that made by the noisy itttlc domestic batteries may be of use. But this, or any power ful measure, should be used only under the direction of the physician. Greenville Light Office I & Water Co. (iKconrotUTED) bi, I'LL BE THERE -- WILL YOU? Ion ib: 7.30 to 8 n. in. 11 to 13 a.m. 1 to 1.30 p. in. Phone No. 351. 4 to 5 o. m. THRILLING FREE ACTS DA1LY- RACING - - LIVE STOCK SHOW- FINE HORSES - - GOOD MUSIC- CLEAN MIDWAY - EDUCATION- HEAD-ON COLLISION SATURDAY- CLASSES AND LARGER PREMIUMS THAN EVER MORE For information or catalogue write to CO PERRY M. SHY, Secretary, No. 320 Paul Jones Building (OP filter-pape- W. D. BLACKWELL mo. n Some one in your home prefers vocal music. You'd rather have instrumental. You can both be suited with a Victor Double-face- d Record. 12-inc- h, ice-wat- General Insurance We represent io-inc- h, Two records in one almost at the price of one 75 cents; $1.25. tint writes ROARK MUHLENBERG COUNTY ill lie onrn UlllX Home Insur Ct nf N Y V. Ui P. I ., . . Kinds of firm ind f'tUt nrnnnrfir wm rw& Sec Coombs & Co. sell your beef hides. before you o 27 We leave it to you to say how good is our furniture polish. We know it is the best we can buy, and sell under a guarantee. If not the best you ever used, return and get your money quick and pleas FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY :- SAVINGS BANK Cresnvillw, Ky, -: BONDS antly. ROARK. GIVE US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE. future Banking business. THOS. E. SUMNER, Cashier. Appreciating' your past patronage we solicit all or part of your Sewing machine needles of all kinds, oil, bands, etc., at Roark's. BLACKWELL BRO'S GREENVILLE, KY. Try Miss Lena Arnold's shop for high grade clothes pressing. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Something New! Gold Soldering Did you ever have your spectacles or a piece of jewelry mended and on examination you found a great pile Of unsightly lead all over the joint and perhaps on the article itself, left Save $75! BY ONE PURCHASING OF OUR 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. FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only $2. The regular price is $100. Those who bring pr rnail Ibis aclverts,cnicnt to us within five flays after seeing jt and' felling us 'frpffeijpy aV If yyj? bp able to haVe oijfc reserved at tb'p lo.w rate of ?3S? TwS 4ff4 tatj,qnery are included. No time limif. If not ready noUr, buy pro far future use. The standing and responsibility of the men who constitute our Board of Directors arc a guarantee of careful, judicious nianagemcnt. there by the jeweler? I USE 14 K. GOLD SOLDER on all spectacles and jewelry, and finish the joint so neatly that you can't locate the break. If your watch is sick I can store it to health. LET ME SHOW YOU re- A Clean Man Outside cleanliness is less than halt ths b?tt!e. A man nsay ecnib himself n dozen times a day, and still bs unclean. Good health means cleanliness not only outside, but inside. It means a clean stomach, clean bowels, clean blood, a clean liver, and new, cleaa, healthy tissues. The man who is clean in this way trill 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. Blood diseases arc found where thero is unclean blood. uunsumption ana Bronchitis mean unclean lungs. Watchmaker and Jcwelor Ho.rli'a Furniture store elmer Mccracken CsfisH6Wjn any part of body. ANY UrlloTM Couirhtn an hour. Dr. Fenner's Dough Honey ptflk'h. wiiero other mrdlcino rails this will brine a Cure. Taken I fore exixmue prercnti UfiV, "Cok" HhcifiifoSUfn. Croup, etc. On),iii.li,u,it!uJirr,fr..jK7J.li,txtarrli, Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery PRINCIPAL prevents these diseases. It makes a man's insides clean and healthy. It cleans the digestive organs, liiakcs rare, clean Mooil, ant) clean, healthy Vlesh." t restores tone to the nervous system, and cures nervpus exhaustion and prostration. It contains no alcohol or drugs.' ppnstipatipn is the most unclean unclcanlinessl Dr. Pierced Pleasant Pel. " mt g'trc , TneV nSV?r gripe, Easy to take as cqndy. "' habit-fornjin- g Tills signature Is on every box or the gennini Laxative BromoQuinine Tablet tha xemcdy that curwi n cola in oao dar Freah, smoked and salted mea's of all kinds at J. E. Coombs & Co's quakes kidneys market. 020 BUSINESS COIiliEGB. IPCOBVOBATKO. Foley's Kidney Cure end bladder right Second and Walnut Streets. LOUISVILLE. KY. KITCHEN (ABINETS AT ROARK'S. Death of Mr. The sad news was received Tuesday night of the death of Mr. J. W. Richardson, the father of Mrs. An :' We arc hereto serve drew and Mrs. Will Duncan, at his Sec Us you with anything in home in Hampton, Va. Mr. Rich Before j, the line of printed ardson had been in poor health for Goln& stationery for your some time, and while his death was Else- business and person not unexpected, yet, as is often the nhcrc &. K case, the sad intelligence was a great al use. shock to his daughters. Mr. Rich ardson was seventy-tw- o years of age. He had lived a long and useful life. BILL HEADS LETTER HEADS CARDS ENVELOPES In his young days he served with WEDDING INVITATIONS great credit in the Confederate army. POSTERS OR ANNOUNCEMENTS The esteem in which he was held by OF ALL KINDS his townsmen was exhibited by his election to the office of Mayor, to The best quality of work which he was for a term at prices that are RIGHT of four years. He was a man of high standing, faithful to every trust reposed in him, and his memory I. (. K. R. LOCAL TIME CARD. will long be cherished by all who knew him. He was a member of the Methodist church, and he lived the life of a Christian, a distinction MUtTII IlOVMl. higher than any that earthly posiNO. 1. Slant Va LonUvlUe I".xir"-- i In this hour of l( riiu limiitl Kxprt-s- i pin tion can bestow. I.UStun 101 Luulitrlltt MiiiIUmI their sorrow the deep sympathy of 7.15 pm 11W Central C'lt j ai Ion Xtl'TH ItOVMI. all their friends will go out to his Ml. M1 tun daughters, who are justly held in ltd Paitmiali aii'l Cairo ni'cuut 1S1 Knllon act'oimiuHliitinii I'J.0 Jim 101 New Oi tjirrlul iin such high esteem by all who know llM N. O. njire. (I.ouls Me jmsr. oiil.v) I .Wain them. 5. lull. W.O. CKtwroitn. A;t. June I1 . . Job Printing J. W. Richardson ia Centenarian Dies in Tennessee. Sells Clothing at Auction. Republicans Name George Baker. Virginia. If there is any law fur it, the city authorities should go after all persons who arc violating the laws This is Lincoln Way week. Farmers arc feeling better again, since the rains of past two days. Two houses and lots for sale; desirable property, well located. Apply at this office. 41. Dr. 12. of public health. This is dog days month. Daylight minutes arc crimping. This is the last months. of the summer Hettcr make an engagement and R. Yost was in Louisville contract with the coal man. on professional busintsi a few days this week. Livery men arc busy, and it often happens that you cannot get service. Sec liig Ben at Macks watchSummer goods arc being offered right by all merchants now. Watermelons arc rather plentiful on the market,- but the prices arc Mrs. J. W. Oatcs, who has been good for the producer. suffering from typhoid fever for J. E. Coombs & Co. buy beef some weeks, is reported as in favorable condition, and it is hoped has .hides. Highest cash price. passed the crisis satisfactorily. The Y. M. C. A. will have charge Roads arc about in the best conof the picjture show tonight, and has dition of the year .now, and-th! arrange'? a soecia' proararn that work on them continued. proytftoatermkung. - making shop. Barkley Bros, put fire under their first kiln of 150,000 brick the first of the week, and will in a short time Showers have been general all be in position to supply the demand. over the state this week, and have The depot section of our citizens done vast good. The prospects for and business men arc much pleased fqrther rajn are good.. aver the location of the new flouring Large line of collapsible gocarts mill. It will prove a great benefit o them. at Roark's. Trices right. Now that fall is nearing, land and A. Hall, of New York, fi Dr. noted Rible student, will deliver a house hunters are appearing in large lecture at the court house next Tues- numbers, and rent and sale deals day evening, the public being will be lively during the next few cordially invited, and admission is months. . absolutely free, no collection being Louisville annual confeience of taken, even. His reputation as a the M. E. Church, South, will be speaker is sufficient to insure an held here the" latter part of next evening of instruction. month. Give us your job work. Mr. Shelby Gish of Central City, Mr. P. W. Middleton and family has recently purchased a 19 12 model will move to Lexington, where the Speedwell car, and has advantages of schools for their been here several times with parties :n t.:u of friends. It is the finest car in imiuicu win uc sccureu. this section, and attracts much atMrs. C. W. Roark was in Louis- tention on appearance, speed, silent ville Friday and Saturday. operation and properties. Congressman R. Y. Thomas was here from Washington last week on Just about a month until school resumes. business for a few days. Typewriter ribbons, at Roark's all machines, r-t- -I i- 1 Mr. L. Isaacson, of Cincinnati, was here last Monday, and drew a large crowd around him on court square, where he sold in three hours about 125 suits of men's and boys' clothing at auction to the highest bidder, the prices ranging from 50 cents to $3.50. The goods were from fire and bankrupt stocks, but the prices were rcdiculously low, and some men bought as many as three suits. For thirty years Mr. Isaacson has been conducting these sales in Kentucky towns, but this was his first visit here. He was at Central City on the Saturday previous, and his sales there were so heavy that he had comparatively little stock left for here.- He will be back here on the 28th. inst., which is next county court day, and will have an immense stock of dry goods, clothing, hats shoes and notions, which he will sell at auction. His sales here Monday could have been trebled but for the fact that he ran out of goods before noon. He says that he will sell at some convenient point just outside the corporation, Greenville ball team won its fi.rst as he cannot afford to pay the 20 game of the season last Saturday a day license required here, but afternoon, dfeiting the Midland will give it to the people in lower boys in a game of 12 0. There was prices an the goods. a large crowd in attendance, and while the game was A false alarm of fire was turned thcic were many good plays. in at 7.45 Monday morning, and the streets were soon crowded with The few cases of typhoid fever people, including the firemen, who here have cost many times what it had the apparatus out but could would have been necessary to expend find no place to use it. In some in putting the town in sanitury con- way the wires were crossed in the dition. up town office, and thus turned in the alarm. The last quarterly meeting of the Greenville M. 12. Church, South, Powdcrly.i. was held last Sunday and Monday evening. Presiding cider S. J. MUs Otha Turner, from Funis, Thompson occupied the pulpit Sun was the guest of Miss Hallie Knight day morning, and his address was a last night. masterly effort. Monday evening Mrs Robinson ami children, after the quarterly conference was held. spending a week with relatives here, l'hc year's work that is drawing to a close has been a very" pleasant one, returned to their home at Rochester and the pastor, Rev. G. P. Dillon, Saturday. Miss Margaret Miller, of Linton, has drawn to him a wide circle of Ind , who has been the guest of Mr. friends. and Mrs. J N. demons, is spend What has becme of the local ing the week with relatives and friends at Central City. health officer? Rev. C. Truman preached an in Boy Scouts on Hike to Mammoth teresting sermon to a large audience at the new Baptist curh Sunday Cave. evening. Several members of the Y. M. C. The following were entertained by A. Boy Scouts have for some time Mr. and Mrs. Tom HeltsMey at their been training especially on walking, country home on Saturday evening: having in view their annual outing, Misses Bcula Mercer, Victoria which is being taken to Mammoth Clemons, Pearl Arnold, Bessie Lon Cave. Yesterday morning, under gest, Qtha Turner, of Rnnis and the com. tn and of C iptain Anderson Margaret Miller, of Liuton, lnd., the following members struck out Messrs, Harry Bradley, Shell Clem qn, their hike: Boone Duncan, J. ons, Kd. Mitchell, Tom Hicks, Alvis G. Taylor, Shelby Hendricks, Jamos Mercer and Clyde and Henry Lewis Middleton, Hugh Lewi's, Wood of 12 nnis. Refreshments were servurnner, Irvin Middleton, Davj ed on the porch. The party left at Duncan, Felix and Chas. Puryear. a late hour assuring their charming They expect to be gone about a hostess that a most enjoyable evenweek, and will no doubt have a ing had been. spent. great lime, as the trip will be enjoy On Sunday afternoon a crowd of able and beneficial, while the cave young people had a pleasant outing part is sure to be great. at Rock Spring, in honor of Miss County court was in session Mon Margaret Miller. After a scramble up the steep hills, a delicious lunch day. consisting of watermelon, fruit, What is so rare as a day in July, sherbet and cake was enjoyed by all. such as wc recently had? Sanitary work is badly needed. Let Mc fix your clock. here, on public streets and alleys and also around many private Rev. Wm. J. Mahoney and family premises and stores. left Tuesday afternoon for Madison- villc, where Mr. Mahoney has acMr. A. O. Graddy, wife and son, cepted a call to the pastorate of the who have been here and in the Baptist church there. They have county for some weeks with rela a host of friends here who wish them tives, left Tuesday aftctnoon for every success in their work in the their home in Bartow, Fla. Mrs. Susan James, in her 100th. year, died at the home of her son, Mr. Wm. Ksics, in Wilson county, Tennessee, at 5 o'clock last Monday morning, from the weakness of her extreme age, though until a short time ago she was bright in mind and active of body. She was a Virginian, and was a widely known and much beloved woman all over the South, as during the war she was one of the most effective nurses in many of the hospitals. She was a devout Christian woman, and a pioneer in the Baptist movement in her section, where she was an active agent in all sorts of religious and educational undertakings. She has two surviving sons, Rev. Thomas Kstcs, a prominent Babtist minister, and Mr. Wm. Kstes, who is one of the leading farmers of his county. Her death leaves only one member of her family, she being a sister of Mrs. Ludic I'anncll, who herself is 78 years old, and who is making her home with her son Mr. James I'anncll, near town. one-side1 The Republicans at a precinct primary election held in the county last Saturday chose by their votes Mr. Geo. Baker, of Central City; as their canidatc for the Legislature. The total vote cast was 531, of which Mr. J. F. Doss, of Dcpoy, received 179 and Mr. Baker 352, giving Mr. Baker a plurality of 173. At the mass.convcntion of the party held at the court house Monday afternoon the vote was supervised and ratified, both contestants being present, and addressing the convention. Mr. Doss, though defeated, promised his fullest support to his succcsful rival, and Mr. Baker expressed the determination to do all possible to win his election. The nominee is a widely known man, and one who has many friends all over the county. I. C. Excursion mi The Greatest BD OR BOSHESS (ent Goods Variety o( A Full Line 5 and or Seasonable Shipment Every Week ol fruits Cakes Voiles id Cnckers And at reasonable prices is our bid or your patronage. W. H. Brizendine Co. Rales. Special rate to Fvansville, Ind., account of meeting of M. W. of A. Aug. 9. '1 ickets on sale Aug. 7 and 8, and for train No. 135 on 9th, limited to Aug. 12 for return. One fare plus 25c. for round trip. The State Fair rates to Louisville will be $4.20 for the the round trip; tickets on sale Sept. 9 to 16, inclusive, limited for return to Sspt. 20. W. G. CitAWFOito, Agent. Telephone Miss Lena Arnold and have your laundry called for ami delivered promptly. Burr Grist Mill. Our Way of Selling Paint is to make you satisfied by giving you material that does what you want it to do. If it's a floor, woodwork, a table, bath-tuor 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 thij because we sell the perfect b, My new burr grist mill is in opcr alioti; call on your merchants for White Flint meal. Also ready to furnish the public with chicken feed ACME QUALITY kind of paints, enamels, stains, varnishes, adl carrying the guarantee mark. With every purchase of the 'Acme Quality" kind we give you free "The Selection and Use of Paints and Finishes, " theonlycom- pletc punt book ever published. and chopped corn. jl 28 J A. Shaver. Mr. M. I. McDonald was reported as considerably improved ycstei-daand it is hoped is started on his way to recovery. y, ACME Greenville Mining Cc Tomorrow is pension day, and will draw many old soldiers and widows here and to other points where vouchers may be completed. Give Miss Lena Arnold your laundry; goods called for and de livcred. Mrs. Ludie Pannell is suffering from flux and is in serious condition. She is at the home of her son, Mr. James Pannell, near town. On account of her advanced age her family is apjrihcnuvc cf the outcome of her illness. Needles for all sewing machines at Roark's. Home rendered lard 12 far., per pound. J. E. Coomiis & Co. Seasons are not regular this year. The ice man is rcgaiuing his pop ularity. The Boy Scouts are en route o Mammoth Caye, where they will en- j )y the beauties of Kentucky's greatest natural wonder. People fixed their own prices on about 125 suits of clothes last Monday, at the auction on the streets. Mr. D. W. Rhoades, of Rock port, has been here a few days with relatives and friends. llccorporated.) 'QffAUTfi The highest medical authority on foods. Sir James Crichton Browne, LLD. of London, F.R.S., gives the best reasons for eating more 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 kind of food that seems to me of marked value as a food to the brain and to the whole body throughout Quaker Oats duces a 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 big-bone- d, d, (youth), and that is oatmeal. "Oats are the most nutritious of all the cereals, being richer in fats, organic phosphorus and lecithins." He says oatmeal is gaining ground with the o of Great Britain. He speaks of it as the mainstay of the Scottish laborer's diet and says it pro well-to-d- childhood and adolescence measure due to the stimulation of the thyroid gland by oatmeal porridge in childhood." Scotch) has been in some because it is the best of all oat- -' meals. The Scotch eat Quaker Oats new field. Mr. A. E. McCracken was in James Louis Roark, D. D. S. left Louisville a few days this week on Tuesday afternoon for Seattle, business. Wash., where he goes to take charge of a dental ofnee for a few rnonth. Mr. Aubrey Morgan and wife, cf He will tnake investigations in Erqvicjcqce, were h,ere sey.eral days Washington and Oregon with a view this week on a visit to relatives. to locating, and has some points in few days' sightwjng settees fof pqrehes. at Ro- consideration. seeing wijl bp sppnt at p'rjnppa ark's. ; ; points en route. Mc has "Big Ben," one of the best alarm clocks on the market. There were more suits of clothes sold here Monday than in any day Roark's furniture polish is some- of the city.'s history. what better than the rest, and is sold considerably cheaper, and with the A Bisscll carpet sweeper will broadest guarantee money back if last longer than 40 corn brooms, not better than any you ever used. costing from $12 to $15; the sweep ers cost 3 to $5.75. Sec them at Mr. Amos Jenkins, one of our best Roark's, and have other advantages known citizens, has been suffering than the money-savin- g features ex from stomach trouble, and nervous plained. disorder fp,r some weeks,, and hir, popdition is not improved to apy Read the lit of special f. C. rales appreciable extent. elsewherp. Tonight will be the last of the picture show, which has had a fine fun, here, and. pleased, our.people to the utmost. Most towns of this size have or ganized a lyceum course for the wrjcr season, bit th,ere s nothing aloii; that line being done by our people. Nothing more important could bep'ovid-- d than a good list of attractions of this character; as it is impossible to secure dramatic features that arc the best, while m When it was ascertained that the lecturers and small musical organi- fire alarm Monday morning was a zations, soloists," etc., the very best false one, some one remarked that Kvrv WilTimi "uiiu IIIUVC can be supported. this was one false thing which every(."'"""iiccu oy mo manufacturers against any defect in one liked. material or construction. T1U guarantee is without tinto limit, Hear varied seand holds good the world over. lections on the Vic- Summer furor talking ma-- . niture, porch liincs at Roark's. sets, n w n The world's best ijool8, setmusic, as well as all tees, cots, the popqlaj. selections, sppephes, Old Hickory Th,crc was an increasp in the County paurt coming the last day hands, Qrcrjestras, instrumental sochairs and crowd to court Monday, indicating now in use Victors range in of the month gave local merchants los, quartettes. rockers, etc. We have a large assortment of that work on the farms is not so an opportunity price from $10 to $100. Victrolas to collect somc.ac in R o a r k's Waltham Watches $75 to $250. Large library of rerushing. in Gold, Gold counts for goods furnished for July cords and all kinds of '' 9 talking macomplete Filled, Silver and Nickel Cases. The Record 50c. per year. to some of their country patrons. chine supplies. r stock. 1 Rev. T. C. Jeffers is suffering fiom lagrippc, and is at the home of his daughter, Mrs. W. D. Blackweli Yesterday he was reported as im proving, and soon be out it is Weed cutters have been active fooped by his many friends. around town the last week, and vas$ Improvement is. noticed in. appear Mr. R. S Martin, of Columbus. ances, and will follow from a saniMiss , a tourist printer journalist, tary viewpoint. and a gentleman of the old school, lingered here for a few hours Tues Horse j ckeys were plentify! M ou day a'tt moon, and passed on hi, they had their offerings tlay, an-.hisurely way toward the f ir S)u!h nere m plenty, too. The time of land, to whirh desirable section hc-iyear is coming when it d es not p.iy routed for the winter. to feed a worthless h ir?, ind si'es rather than trades were sought by most of the mounts. BETTER MATTRESS FOR LESS MONEY Let us prove to you 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 MATTRESS WINDSOR GRADE A positive guarantee of money back if not satisfactory on 60 nights trial. Come m today, we ve got all me good tnmgs at very reasonable prices. The J. L. ROARK Estate I Waltham Watches 2,000,000 the use of a goodlaxaUve, to keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons of undigested food from Kettinginto your system. The latest product of science i VELVO Lxalivo Liver Syrup, purely vegetable, gentle, reliable and of a pleasant, aromatic tate. Who acts on the liver, as well as on the stomach and l ovels, and i s of the greatest possible efficacy in constipation, Indigestion, biliuu aes, u.k hcidavhe, kven-lines..- ,, VF 1 cohc.tlatulence, etc. Try Physicians Advise vr va LAXATIVE a. e. Mccracken, ILLIU LIVE YRUP ROARK Furniture, WaJlpatper, Shades, Moldings. Undertaker's Goods: Coftins, Caskets, Robes, Wrppery, Slippers, Gr&.ve Vavilts. Disinfection ROARK v & J Why lite Stars Twinkle. Perhaps you remember that in youth some kindly chler soul took you into the darkness of some glorious summer night nnd pointed out ihe stars and j muds, telling you glibly enough that the unwinWng st r overhead was a planet, while "lhat blue t m dv tlure uhich The 'h t twinkles" was shone only r min.lv wi h planets t.u s while the reflected light. explain "burned,' w.is supp d the twinkling, as jig.diii the steadthis young illufast radience. cieu-tis- l dispcl'cd br a Hritish sion is who says: The twinkling of the stirs is chief ly an cftict proriun d in our mm upon the waves of light. It :s due to currents mm! !raus f air ol different deiiM b-- i i rermirgled ai d ihrou.h fl )nting past etch uih-.r- . t kvv. which the ligV- p ll ii seen much m re in rnM than in w trm vvith rr, m u ar h : h rxu mire than ovcihcid. 'I h: snme .ff..pt mnv be stcn out v l oli of the wiiido-- over a hot radutor, or at a candle held on the n:hr r side of a hot stove, sm that one must look t '.rough a body .f highly heate I sir at the c tndte flame. The flame will The waver antl i lir-be seen layers of the air are at rinous different densities and in motion. Rapid twinkling of the stars is a s'gn of a change of weather. 1 "The Only Thing of Neuralgia, which often follows a bad cold or Why $)j &i gj; &t tfk g; jw & & &J igt igj tty SL That Will Relieve Not Neuralgia." The piercing pains La Grippe, arc frequently almost unbearable and few medicines afford any relief to the sufferer. 'I am a rural mail carrier and have been a user of the Dr. Miles medicines for years. m Our Name has been before the public for 30 years, most of the time right on the spot where wc arc now located. 5l s'r & Ti? Our Aim onit mtly 1ms been to sell the best goods in our lines, at llic most reasonable prices. Our services arc of the highest grade, our wares the best, and our equipment compares with the best of the larger cities. Wc endeavor constantly to increase our usefulness. Of len Pills Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n can't be beaten. They arc the only thing t have found that will relieve my neuralgia and 1 have tried most everything, besides medicine I am willing to from the doctor. ft m m tell anyone what the Pills did for me." Anti-Pai- n 11 r - te 1 1 j I Woodvill. Ohio Box 205 If you, like Mr. Hilderbrr.ndt, "have tried most everything" in vain, why not do as lie did, fight your aches and pains with Dr. Piils. Let the Miles' Anti-Paipills bear the brunt of the battle. No matter how stubborn the con test, they will come out victorious. $)r, IVsiScs' Anti-Pai- n Pills stan,i on tjlc;r record, which is a long list of cures extending back a generation. them. Drucdlts everywhere soil your drujj-Bl-If n Charles Hilderbrandt, Our Claim & On your patronage is based on a service the duration of an ordinary life time, and a square deal assured every one. The accumulated experience and knowledge of this third of a century are at yoar command. HENRY WATTERSON Editor. IIRNISM ()t: ' UK CAN The 3 L, ROARK FURNITURE Estate DEALERS ORIEN L. ROARK, Manager T. first peckaas f.iils to benafit, will rfturn your money. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, !nd. st (LY tslaljlislisil I3Z9 Iwl tgf Distance Telephones: Stcre 72; Home ; 108 QURIE of all Kinds in Stock. MUs Lena Arnold has in stock all kinds of bulb, and now is the time Following to begin the cultivation. re reaily for delivery, and orders taken for others, and prompt deChinese Sucrerf livery guaranteed: l.illics, 10c each, 3 for 25; Pap:r White Narcissus, Grandiflora, 2 for 5c, 30c doz; Roman Hyacinths, Single White, $t: each, 50c doz; Deciding Hyacinths, Dutch, 5c each, 60c do?.; Forcing Dutch Hyacinths, 10c each, $1,00 dojsj Tulips, mixed, 20c doz. I0URNAL L50TII ONE YKAK FOR ); t $j ? m SLs tot &j gf f ig; t; ;gi &; l h && t t Porch swing settles in vuri.u lengths and finishes at Roark's. The Wisiloai of Calulle fleades. In the days when wars were be twecn prince antl prince, nations paid less of the expenses. At present the masses must intervene in affairs md with that system frightful destructions happen. .Af gamblers agreed to cheat there I am of those who think lhat the best way to see the world is to see it through the great poems. The trcublc awl fear lhat the force of sheer affirmation produces All the evil is not enough known. done of journalism comes of k o ing how to affirm. To think of sucscss in the joy that it gives" to a friend is to drink one's nectar in a golden cup. Proof of inherent narrow minded-ness- : love for narrow minded people. When superior men arc mistaken, they arc superior in that as in all else. They see more falstdy than STiall or mediocre minds. To know that one is a force is a consolation for many things that arc cruel and bitter in life. is worth more than glory. I know nothing simlliar to sooth a destiny. "Wc never live, wc await life." What a beautiful line and what a sad thing! In things where the heart is not, the hand is never powerful. If Judas were alive he wculd be prime minister. Only the fact of our life makes us think. The rest of thought ib phtl osophy a hole made with a cork screw in a cloud. Man is so profoundly vile that he makes acts which he docs not under staud villainous, because only in that way is he sure of understanding them. Men give their measure by their admirations. Great thinkers love one another from afar. We cm also give liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier-Journal. A The Greatest Kosc Novelty of the Century BLUE ROSE $)j C?k GUM 8ERLAND nd for anil Price Write Courier-Journ- al Com- list The ficw Rose (Ylolct Blue) Hailed by the Rose Groxcrs as the Forerunner of the Corn-Seflower Blue Rose. Very eus an hardy. Free Blcemin$ TELEPHONE (ircoKroKATna) & TELEGRAPH CO. pany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send your subscription order to this paper NCVf to the Courier-Journa- JOHN E. RACKEBRANDT frlttcctott, Ky. GrcculioiiHCM l.on dlstar.cc tines and telephones cf this Company enable you to taile almost anywhoro In Southern Indiana, Southern Illinois, Kentucky, Tcnness c, Mississippi artd Louisiana. vVo can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with t.ho people of th i? groat section of the country. We solicit your patronage. Hatos reasonable. Equipments and facilities ?i5S E."CALDWFS.L, l. I rooooeoeeeooaeooosooa J Deal at home as much as pcss'.blc. Build up your Ride" with The G reeovil Transfe They meet all trains, day and night, with Bus - (.ELAND HUM C, T O, I JUST RECEIVED Many Patterns of 1911 ' I home town. This will I make you a better home J and Baggage wagon. market and enhance the ; value of your property. Walipapcr !!! IWhLen you wan KILL the COUGH 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. AND CURE the LUNGS Dr. King's New Discovery WITH Trial Qottlo Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. FflR I Wll rOUGHS OLDS PRICE TLhc Utecovb ArEkir HAR.COURT &2.CO.Louisville.K)t Cil 1 MANUFACTURING ENGRAVERS I'akc your beef hides to J. E. Coombs & GUARANTEED S ATISFAOIOSYi OB MONEY REFUNDED. Co. and get the cash. Best work, prompt service; give Several patterns of swing porch your laundry to Joe Morgan, who settees at Roark's, and you arc in will appreciate your patronage vited to call. Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality. m jM,riw'l""llkl W llf 1 l S i3 ru .t0 I T &fffttK8bMl ' rt s,ooaear--Co' jvv'nn,,',o, I,,,' AND t. "oliM V "T uif f ir 0 fryUxly. " trkltjf.lhe " - l.vJi. simple. ' ftrt. f Sam. name Po Plintojrrniiliy MntMj0!f JrxrjtKMU AMI It I VN JTvIV j llyptl ciont tIIWwi. ere.l Tiimi'lc 1U 111 wll'jL M M jkk If you have not heard the Victo talking machines call at Roark's. If you have heard them, call again and often; they never grow tiresome Large library of records and all kinds of talking machine supplies Sec the very latest thing in carpet fhc m 79 fr la Easy Compact ffasiik Sirong t r 8 K )w nientl..n l. r ;vr AWJA I V AmarlcsnPhotogmphy 11 L16 Deacon St., Uow. Mn. j ft Ant nlUIU - 1 DUATn- I sweepers at Roark's. ItfT Perfoct Telephone No 5 and your laundry mM If you have a watch or clock out of running order, jewelry to be re paired, or sewing machines out of service, bring them to McCracken and get firstclass guaranteed work Give your job printing orders to will be called for and delivered. Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for enc medicine end have ths wronjj one given you. For this reason wo urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine The Record. If you want a milk chocolate, strawberry milk or Bimbo Flip, we Taylor & Poole. have it. House aud Land for Rent. Joe Morgan solicits that grocery order, and will show his appreciation by supplying the best goods at th very lowest prices. Quick delivery and courteous treatment. Typewriter ribbons, legal blanks document covers, carbon paper at this office. Telephone that grocery want to Joe Morgan and get the best good at lowest prices Standard Visible Writer Enables the operator to see every word as written without raising feature. carriage, saving time and trouble. Possesses every The 20th ccntur7 success. In use by U. b. Government, 157 rauroaas and larg:st mercantile houses m many countries. Handsome boosiet free. THE OLIVER TYFEWRITER CO., 19M09 Lake St., Chicago. BUck- - DraugHT Liver Mtdicine The reputation cfthi3 old, reliable medicine, for coru'Jp.nion, indigestion and liver troubla, is firmly established. It docs not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, cr it would net bo the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale tnan oil others combined. SOLD 21 TOWZJ The Captain Roaik property, 7 room house, stable, line water, several acres of land, ready for cultivation located just outside of town, on two streets, will be rented reasonably. Fine location, desirable home. Apply to Orien L. Roark, Greenville, M'ss Lena Arnold asks the patronand guarantees that satisfactory work will be done in her clothes cleaning, pressing K'-- .The largest line of the best baby and repairing, shop. , , Try Miss Lena Arnold's shop for carriages in town are on display at Give us your job work. Roaik's. jiigh grade' clothes pressing. age of the public, tlic usaof a goodlaxative, to Icecp the I'owtLs open nnd prevent the poisons cf undigested flllll frnm .r.ti..ri.lt,. ClHlUil The latest product tf sckti.e Vtl VC) I a:.ative Litr purely vegetable, Rentle, reliable zr.i cf a plra.sat, cunati. ttle. elvo acts tn the liver, as well as on the jstcmidi and bowek; nnd !cf .ratest possible efficacy In constipation, indigestion, bihouciej, iij litadadie, fev.ris.hness, colic, flatulence, ttc. Try VF 1 Physicians Advise ;,r LAXATIVE ili COME and SEE THEM The IL W U LIVER S YRUP J. L. ROARK -- ESTATE