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The investment is Get our rates. sure of returns. in coal, iron, timber, potter's clay,1! tfetc, and the most inviting field in Ken tucky for investment of capital and pluck. VOL. XIII. NO. 20. GREENVILLE, KYM THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1911, ERADICATE 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE s ST FEATURE Of HUB TROTTING AND PACING EVENTS WILL STIR DLOOD IN VEINS OF ALL HORSE LOVERS. Not content with nn exceptionally good racing card in tlio past, L. D. Shropshire, assistant secretary of the Kentucky Slate Fair, has flgurotl it out that a couple of added stakes would about suit tho popular taste and he has suggested two trotting races, one a 2:17 and tho other a 2:20 event. This suggostion met the approval of Janios L. Dent, member In charge. The early closing events, In which tho entries closed June 1, include the 2: IS, 2:17, 2:20 and 2:25 classes In the trotting, and tho 2:14 and the 2:25 classes in the pacing cvonts. The purse in each of these cvonts Is $600. The additional classes include the following olfcrlngs: Trotting 2:24, 2:18 and 2:11 classes, purse 500 each. Pacing 2:25, 2:15 and classes, puree 500 each. Entries for tho class racos will close September 4, 1911. The program of races, distributed as th'-- are, and calling for a grand total of 0,600 in purses, tliould be sufficient to attract not only a bunch of horses which will furnish some excellent sport but also an attendance of enthusiasts on each of tho five days. free-for-a- THE CHICKENP0X Kentucky Fair Dates. The following ui c tlic riiUe IIaihI for holding the Kentucky 1'nltn for 1011 iih far nn reported. O nicer of fair are rt,iu,nt,t to retort to W any utiiiniioltiiih or ctiiTCctioiitt of ilatt'k. Lcxluplou. AiiKUHt Till! RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED. Dlscaao lc Not Necessarily Fatal and' Fowls Have Recovered Without Treatment. core-head- Morion Route Announces New Schedule DATES WHEN ENTRIES FOR FAIR WILL CLOSE SECRETARY SHY CALLS ATTEN-TIOTO FACT THAT RULES WILL BE STRICTLY ADHERED TO. Anjftmt 8 3 day. , Chickonpox, sotnctlmcB called I'lliotitown, Anjiunt 8 &lity. la a disease which will be prevKlljubetlitown, August U - I day a. alent at this time of tho year among Vunccbur;;. AttgUMt V - I rfnya. tho growing stock unless proper preLuwrciiccliurgr, AiiruM'15 I dny. cautions are taken, says tho Kansas LclU'lillcld, August Ift- -1 day. llurkvtllc, August 151 days. Industrialist. It Is a contagious disUrodhciid. August 10 -- days. ease, and spreads very rapidly omong Kern Crock, Angina 101 (lays. the flock when It once gets headway. siieihcrdvllle, Auk. t day. It seems to affect tho cockerels more .Shelby vllle, Aunl ! I day. than tho pulletn. Ilecause of Itn apColumbia, August day. pearance on the comb and face of London, Austin! 'it -- 4 dayn. not be a dimcult the bird It should I.lbcity, AilsiiKt ISt I Ony. matter to eradicate the disease. Sii'ltigtieM, Angina 23 I dny-t- . Symptoma. The disease appears on (iertmintown, AugitNl CI 3 day. the comb, face and wattles of the bird N'lchulnsvUlc. AuxiiHl 29 - 3 day it. M)iniTM't, Auguat K9 3 day. nodules, in the form of yellowish Frankfort, Aliquot 201 day. varying in size from a pin head to Fulton, AupuHl SB S day. of nn Inch In diameter. These llariMowii, August !W I dayn. nodules Increase In size nnd turn dark day-t- . Franklin, August red. Tho disease should be treated I'm in. September t Odays. as soon as the first nodules aro Moutlcello, Hriiteiiilfr -1 daj t. noticed. It is not always fatal and Alexandria, Septcinltcr 5 5 riaj.t. fowls have "been known to recover Mount Olivet, hcptetntter S days. Ilodgeiivllle. September Insanitary without any treatment. dy. S.intlers, September 0 day. to conditions and dampness seem Keutueky State Fair, LotiUvllle, September cause the disease. -- G day. Treatment. As It is a contagious II Seottfiville, September disease, the affected birds should be ve, September -1 diyi. Horse removed from the flock Immediately. Monjantown, Septemlier '.'I 3lnj!i. If the nodules aro removed with a - I day. lilasov, September 27 sharp knife, and the affected parts aro Maytield, September 57 daya. with carbolnted vaseline, the treated 1'ailueali. October 3 davit. Murray, Ootober II day. birds should recover In n few days. If the case Is very fnr advanced the sick fowls should bo given a few grains each of sulphur and cream of What Are You Going tartar three times a day, and oxide of zinc ointment should be applied to To Do This Year fhe affected parts twice a day. The latter treatment is recommended by by way of making your business sucDoctor Lehman, and has proved a satcessful and your domestic life full of isfactory remedy. St 1 lI one-fourt- h .11 ft-I 5- -3 3 SO-I I of Fares One Way and Round Trip. The Motion Route announces that it will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago at $6 one way, instead of $8 as formerly, and Si 2 round trip, good 30 days returning, instead of $16. Patrons arc offered exceptionally good service by the Monon, which on night trains fiom Louisville operates CompartPullmans, ment and Drawing-rooas well as the usual straight sleeper. The day trains have Parlor and Din ing cars, and the very finest modern, new coaches. Inquiries cheerfully answered by Ii. Jl. Bacon, D. P. A., Louisville, Ky. Save your home by having your do I STOMACH, LIVER AND KIDNEYS BUiLOS UP iNDSQESTEOH Hues repaired. Harklcy Bros, I his work in best manner. 111 mm I IT IS THE BUn Ja OB W3 M '1' 1 im BUH-DOW- H IT PURIFIES THE BLOOD 11 S7BEKG7HEHS THE NERVES BEST FAMILY MEDICINE ON EARTH s8ti&&L SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY J. H. HAYES Painter and Interior : TRY ST. PRICE 60c AND $f.00 PER BOTTLE AH BARLOW, Drwggists. -- MHIHHHNIMH -- Decorator, : a T nt rciisotiitblc V5 "T rt itz?': & n Crowxi sitid Urltlgc Work dutie STAKE DOWN DRINKING PANS Secretary Terry M. Shy, oT the State Fair Board, Is anxious to have the fact Impressed, on tho minds of prospective exhibitors that the final dates fixed for the closing of entries in all departments will be strictly adhered to. "In this way only," said Secretary Shy, "cap 1 treat every one Ken-uok- y Method Illustrated for Keeping Water Vessol Upright Wired to Two Common Lath. The Illustration shows an excellent method of securing a pan of water for fowls to drink from without having It upset and spilled. Two now laths pleasure, if you are not supplied with telephone service of the Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Compnti)? Everyone should have a telephone. Vou arc connected with all outside mportant points in local connections ith all residences and business hous es, ror any information call man- cr, Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Incorporated. prices. Otllcc up Mtulrrt, In the Joueh ItulMlni;. Greenville, Ky. line Ekws IS Shannon (o.I real w I'liyMlclun onii'e CAM JIuiu-eroH- nnd liurRcon. WADC Htrent near Mtilunlrcol. fl? DEPOY, KENTUCKY Wc announce to our lic that our stocks of ments are larger and ever in our history. line of :- -: HOWARD. II. GRAY. HOWARD & GRAY, alike. This I Intend doing and It will bo necessary to refuse to receive en- Co. tries after the dates set forth." in the Women's department, Field, A Little Good Paint in Time Saves $ $ $ When your buildings need painting, every day's AAt cc.-i-. Ofllce In Crern LAWRS, B5i!dinlicta5(e!ie trade and the pubgoods in all departbelter selected than Wc carry a varied :- -: 8 Hsje! " Seed and Grain, and Poultry, which a"waw nre 0f pp'tit interest, it r !r- iu prosjjflctive ; contestant early. Tho dates on which entries to the difforant departments will close are as follows: Department, Saturday, Women's - tht gt : Haetrks Starr Sfofoe Furniture, Holdings, Wall Paper Drinking Fountain Secured. should be driven Into tho ground sev eral Inches and a new pan wired to the laths as shown, by boring a nolo In opposite sides of the pan through tho rim. . iu money. 'n v. iain, . ml ORS. HELTSLEY& HELTSLEY Cilice at Home, East ivlaio'cross Street. Tclephono Wo. 7Ci. GENERAL MERCHANDISE 'PCulMCTlil? lit y 'C'TOUStT Oj A mi ijjro uiiri? Hats-- , Etc., wc offer large selections. 11 September tember 4. 2. Cattle, Monday, September 4. Field, Seed and Grain, Monday, SepSwine, Monday, September A. Sheep, Monday, September 4. Poultry, Thursday, September 7. KEEPING A P0ULTY RECORD Knowledge of Receipts and Expendi Horses, Thursday, September 7. tures Is of Great Assistance Mules and Jacks, Thursday, Septemto Chicken Raleer. 7. ber Collie Dogs, Tuesday, September 5. (IJy K. D. SCHMIDT.) Plants and Flowers, Monday, SepOne of the greatest needs of most tember 11. Is deflnlto Horticultural, Monday, September poultry keepers and areceipts. record In too of expenditures 11. few cases does the owner of a poultry flock actually know whether his fowls have him been an fli Be There; Will You?" have a profit. expense Is toperhapsor truer This paid In regard to poultry than with most CATCHY SLOGAN FOR BOOSTING other brnnches of animal Industry, DECIDED OF STATE FilR IS because of the facts that both ex UPON. pcndltures and receipts are spread ninth Kentucky over tho entire year and aro Individ A slogan for the ually small, that a large part of the State Fair has been decided upon and product is used at home, and that the It is expected to become a household poultry keeping Is incidental to the September 11 rolls word before other farm work. around. It Is as follows: "I'll be there; wilt you?" The state fair management th'mks that all Kcntuckions and uouthorn should be "boosters" for tho Kentucky State Fair and this slogan is suggested as an appropriate ono to use In that connection. It will be advertised extensively and the hope Is Sweot or skimmed milk Jb good for expressed that it will bo taken up and fowls of all ages, especially the young tiBed Generously. cters. In using this slogan the person doDo not use wooden drinking foun or she Is ing so suggests first that ho tains for poultry. Wood is a germ begoing to attend the fair and thus breeder. It then asks tho come a "booster. Preserving eggs In lime has been In other nrnctlccd for many years on a com "Will you?" ruination: words, it puts It up to tho person ad merclal scale. dressed to get busy nnd Join In male The ducklings should always havo ing tho fnlr the greatest in the his access to drinking water, but swim tory ot tho south. Just as the greet mlng water can be omitted If desired Ing "Howdy!" became a household It you allow eggs for setting to word In and around Loulsvillo when stand around for two weeks before Mystic Shrino mcl in that city the nutting them under the hen, do not bo is tho greeting, "I'll bo there; will blame the dcalor If they do not hatch equally to become you?" expected Arrange before all tho chickens are popular the length and breadth of ihe hatched to keep dliferent ages sen state. arate. Tho small ones are crowded out and crippled or killed by the older FINE FOR THE CANDIDATES 1IG We carry on our floors and in our vrare- rooms the largest variety of Furnitur. ia Muhlenberg. Strictly Pure If wc do not have what you want, we WHITE LEAD will get it for you. We have factory con Pure Unseed Oil, Pure Turpentine nections with makers of the finest goods and the most expensive colors in the country, and through "Our Special The kind of paint wc u?c never cracks or Order Department" can supply any exclutcales only years of wear will remove it. sive articles at less rrices than city stores Let us figure with you when ready to paint or mail order houses. and durable job Wc ruarantce Li-a rr r pnecs rcB50oaoic- iun i yui u uu. Our Picture and Room Molding-stock- s are always complete. Wallpaper is nor a staple article of mer Telephone No, 254, chandise, being used all the year 'round. And wc always have full selections, prices New stock sewing machine needles 5 cents and up per roll. out it. work. It costs less to use good pamt than to go with We use nothing but good paint oa our GARTER Monon'Koure 1JKTWKKX Louisville and Chicago HKST LINK TO California and the Vast Northwest IVo train dnih' Frciicli Lick anil West Baden Springs. 17X103 STATION, LOUISVILLE. DBAItHOHN STATION, CHICAGO. (0 (0 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. :- -: 't & & -: :- -: Uednliklne Qepartmant i f( 1 $ Bvitj?w? - - teuitralrinrj at Roark's for all machines. ESTOur Engraving Machine is the only one in thi3 part of Kentucky, and we arc exclusively prepared to supply individual Name PUtes, which we furnish on all outfits without extra cost. I Very Serious X I g Wc have just added an Undertaking Department to our w business, and will carry a comprehensive line of Coflins, Cas- - W Kets, lcoDes, tjuics, wrappers ana uresses. aiso nave a riearbc in service, on call anywhere. Orders in this line given prompt iff and careful attention any hour day or night. Telep&Giies: for one medicine and havo the j wrong one given you. For this B Varnish finish; Caskets in White Enamel, S reason wc urge you in buying ft H Natural Woods, White, Colored and Black- - K to be careful to get the genuine; THEDFORD'S and Copper Cloth Covered; B lined airtight Caskets; all lengths, and regular, extra and double extra widths. Liver Medicine Steel Grave Vault3 of all sizc3 constant The reputation of U113 old, relialy in stock, for immediate delivery. ble medicine?, for constipation, inEurial Robes, Wrappers, Suits, Dresses, digestion r.nd liver trouble, is firmSlippers, etc., in largo variety. ly established. It docs not imitate other medicines. It J3 better than Our two licensed Embalmsrs respond at others, or it would not be the faonce to calls for such services. vorite liver powder, with n larger Our general equipment Is complete and sale than .11 others combined. of highest grade. F2 GOLD IN TOWN Wc have a Funsral Car in service, sub' ject to call anywhere. Tele SST"Two Private phones, Store 72; Residence 108. Residence rjo yards from store. Prompt service any hour day or night. Coffins In White Enamel and Stained Long-Distan- ce Undertaking and Embalming. I 1 It is a very ccriou3 matter to ask Store, Ho. i. Higat, Ko. R or-N- 3. Dinin? and Parlor Cars. Palace Drawing Room Sleepers. E. H. BACON, D. P. A., N. V. The BRIDGES w & SHANNON CO. ii r- DEPOY, KENTUCKY rv w.- rr - Cor. Ith nail lltirlict Sts. LOUISVJLLK. KY.- - SICl IS" . V,1 Youml Women BtiagPtalrfS. I ) UEW YORK IS THE QREATE3T Tli2 J. ORIEN L. L. ROA&K ESTATE. ROAKK.fUaater. CLIPPER THEATRICAL SM i we can do ., dffnniniHiM nrrtnxBU. L.iiu r 1 . iL.. . ..w . Keltreccc: any bib ta wbisthw. nt ojuu Wool Mawrrtew oar snipjrjs. ...I. ll. f.:.L kj. ni.iciiru. Lcamtile, jfL SABEL&SONS in ism. 4 SHOW PAPER AT FACTORY PRICES i T?rsrl wljat Cardui did for Miss Myria Engler, of raribauit, Minn. She says; "Let me tell you how mucin good Cardui his dene mo. As a young girl, I always had to suffer no much v.ih all kind cf pain. Sometimes, I was got a so weak that I could hardly stand on my feet. boltie oi Cardri, at the drug store, and as soon as I had taken a few doses, I began io feel better. Today, I feel as well as anyone can." 1 THE WORLD. Year. ISSUED GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS ones. KENTUCKY DURING DAY STATE FAIR SET ASIDE IN THGIR INTEREST. Let a brooder of chicks havo their range for a few days, and the day they aro not let out at the usual hour heir shrill cries arc enough to deafen $4,00 Per Single Copy, 10 CU, WEKKLY community without one c?r more candidates, present or pros poctlvc, for a state or district office, la a sad community Indeed, in old Kentucky, according to tradition, chll dren are taught political dogmas with tbolr prayers. But add to the great host of candidates for the more 1m portant offices the army of those seek Ing city, or county, positions and force will be brought together sufli cient to drive both Madero and Diaz with tholr followors out cf tho turbu lont country of Mexico and into the A Kentucky sea therefore, to have one day of Kertacky Slato Fair week set aside to be known as Candidate s day is certain to meet with vociferous r.p proval and ihero need be no fear of record breaking crowd lor tho day on The- - decision, that occasion. one. 1 will help you. Remember that B Green food Is essential for ducklings thJs great female remedy 9 lettuce, dandellonc, or onion tops S bo mixed with their feed each 'should day. Sand should also form part of each day's ration. The ducks are easily confined with low fence; they rarely fly over fence, though they vHl crawl under J tar, brought relief to thousands of vary small opening. They need clean outer sict: women, so wny nai iq dry straw to sleep cn. yon? For headache, b2ckacuo, There Is little danger of Indigestion periodical pains, female weakamong ducklings eO long as tho gree ness, many havo cs.ld it is. "the food and the sand hold out. Sand In best medicine to take" Try it ! drinking vessel prevents tipping the la easily gotten by the birds. and jut lima vity F3 As the hot weather comos on you havo to be more on your guard 83ff will against llco and such things. Hero Is where your stltchas In time count Then Do you drink coca-colafar nioro than any number taken la tor. try ours. 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T I. 014 by all liowaitealcr. ftlUNN & Co.3B,Broadway' New Ynrk IS OU, UBWluuivu, JJraUCU UlUCOj ir. v. cxcelki t value inqual'ty rnawiijf, worhn-.ansl;ii- , f.. i n ;le ot" vehicle thut it will be n Lactirjt A(lv?rtwoircnt many orders in rttnrn. if w c ylc.n e and brius you, by scIIhik : " honestly r.ir.i'.c I titfgy mM at a price less tlic Miihllcrcnn's Profit, you rccpiaincri'l our poc!s to your nc'pl.bor. O r Gunrniilpcisabsolutcly as pood toourcv-stomctas it "iild lc u lrafcr. 1 f (ooclsnrc not os your money is returned to you. Yuu jikn no rl;. Wo mamirncturplmni'St Vrhtclrs nnd Hnrnrjw. tnvpour custotiierHinunpy. fl!l onh-ii- i prnmrt?). Write ftir our t ree Uujiiiy nnd Ilaniirsj Catnioue. GLOBE BUGGY ft HARNESS COtyPAN' Are you a woman? Then you are subject to a large number of troubles and irregularities, peculiar to women, which, in lime, often lead to more serious trouble. A tonic is needed to help you over the hard places, to relieve weakness, headache, and other unnecessary pains, the signs of weak nerves and over-wor- k. For a ionic, take Cardui, the woman's tonic You will never regret it, for it will certainly help you. Ask your druggist about it. He knows. He sells it. , Write to- LadW Advisory Dent.. Gtsttsr.noija Medicine Co.. Chatfanooeo. Tcr.n.. book. " 1 lome 1 rc.itr.icnt lor Women." scut free. J 69 fcr Special ListrucSiors, and t 0WENSD0.HC, KENTUCKY Subscribe iov Ihe Record Only 50c. THE RECORD. An Independent Newspaper. riinl.lfllKl) TIII'llMIATA BT Diagnosis by the Yeu're Branded. W. G. Duncan, Pres. W. A, Wickliffe, Vic RECORD PRESS, Owkk Hick, President. OlllKN I.. KOAItK, Secretory. Okibn L. Koakk, Kditok. Long-Distan- Telephone, No. 72. Hour. Ofllco In new annex 50T CENTSPCR renr of store, ground YEAR. IN ADYANCC. The sulmerlnt'o" price of the paper Is nnya-bl- e in advance, ami when the time linn expired to whluh It I paid, the paper will lie Mopped. Oard of thanks, obituary notices, etc.. If not longer than ten lines, will he published free. Ag charge of !c. per line will be made for sneceed-nlines. No variation of this rule to anyone. Free sample copies will be mailed. AdrertNements will be Inserted. A rate card will be furnished on reipiest. Address alloommnnlcnllons ami make all re KKCOIC1) PUKSS, otiuaiicc payable to Ky. TBRMS. THURSDAY, au - AUfiUSr Icihb 10. 1911. - Entered at the Ureenvllle. sreond-- Ky.. poMofllee u matter. O.N'i: million patents have been Issued in this country most of which have served no other purpose than to put the inventors money in circulation. By strict attention to business the states west of the Missisippi hope to do enough growing in the next nine years to shift the center of popu lation entirely outside ol Indiana. Tin; " wets" have carried Texas, nut let them nut unduly rrjotcc. at victory. The fiht their hard-we- n King Alcohol is not always acainst waged with qood judgement, but it is world-widappropriately Very the thirteenth international congress organized to make war against intemperance, by special invitation of Queen Wilhclmiiu will meet this year at The Hague in September. As moke and more we arc learning to safely navigate the upper ocean ol the air a greater degree of recip rocity between the nations becomes It is impossible to cs inevitable. maintain fixed political tablish or boundary Hues in the uppsr atmos phere. The acropUnists pay slight attention to hostile tronttcrs or Without ask customs regulations. "inc leave they throw aerial bridges across the countries togathcr across dividing" oceans. This conquest of the air, involved in the flight of airrr.cn and the sending of wireless messages, is an extension of the area of freedom beyond the dream of con qucrors and lawmakers. Hie calJjaJf oritones that the bladder and kidneys arc now discovered by Roentgen Rays, whereas only a short time ago many experimental operations were performed where they arc supposed to .exist. The rays arc also used to detetmine the state of the lungs in arc from 16 to 20 weeks of tuberculosis, of the pleural cavity in f Theri: wintry weather whzn the woikon the pleurisy, and the shape and size of jarm is necessarily slackened. This the heart in is the time to send the boys that are A fresh shipment of "Big Ben" old enough to the farm schools for elementary education in the process alarm clocks is going fast at Mack's of agricultural that are necessary to watch shop. get the best return of tillage. It is beginning to be better and better Good Per Capita Output by Miners. understood thai a great deal of Virginia stands well up among the labor is thrown away in farm manageStates in the quantity of coal proment because of sheer ignorance of duced for each man employed. In proper methods. The best means the number of men employed of remedy is undoubtedly to be 1910 was 7,264, who worked an average found in enlarging the provision tor of 241 days. The average productagricultural training so far as practiion per man was 896 tons for the cable in the.common as well as the year, and 3 72 tons for each day. special technical schools. Both of these averages are better than those show in the majority of The world moves forward. Wireless telegraphy was a tremendous the coal producing States. Most of stride in making the air navigable the miners in the State wotk 10 hours thought. a day. Of the 7,264 men employed for intcrcommunicablc But that is not the end. It is now in 19 10, 5,710 worked 10 hours and announced that the postal authorities 1,02 1 worked 9 hours. Only one in Great Britain have arranged with mine was reported as working 8 on experienced aviator for an ex- hours. perimental aeroplane service be" To Virginia belongs the distinction tween London and Windsor. The of having produced the first bituminations have not been slow to con- nous coal min :d in the United States. sider how they may more advantage- This initial output, however, was not ously fight each other by means of derived from that portion of the aerial oversight and attack. This State which now gives Virginia some may possibly be promotive of peace prominence as a producer of coal, by making war more dreadful when but was obtained from what is generlaunched from the clouds. An ally known as the Richmond basin, aerial mail service is a matter of a small area near the city of Richmondmore pleasing portent. heart-diseas- wal'iaiyiJJj'jnarfltua Tin: discovery of the Roentgen Tho meddler always. get duo recogni tion in the end. Rays has resulted in the alleviation The man who won't liiaue uuciiiius of much human sutTerinii. Un can never hold n friend. doubtedly the future will teach us The liar can't remember well enough much more about these wonderful to go hoot free. rays, and the field ot their usefulness The cheat, can't keep on bwuidling and avoid discovery. will be enlarged in ways that are as The shirking worker can't conceal his yet ungucsscd. liven as far as we record to the last. have got, their help to physicians in The thief has never yet had legs that diagnosis can hardly be estimated in could outrun his past. The fool can't hold his own against the words. shrewdness of the. wise. In many cases of bone trouble in ud great success is only for thu man was almost impossible former days it who truly tries. to arrive at a correct diagnosis, and The coward must accept the yoke and patients have been submitted to serve the sons of Dare. painful and disagreeable treatment The boastful ass must cat his words, however much they gag. lasting for months or even years, on No mortal man is smart enough Co hide the supposition that their prcsistcnt his proper tag. lameness and constant pain in a joint A little while we all may smile- and were due to a sprain or strain, or to think that we can llee. rheumatism or neuralgia, or what Hut none of us have wit enough to hide from Destiny. ever it might be called. We tind our place and take otir pace when such a case does not yield to according to our deeds, treatment as it should, it is examined And as we sow our crops, we mow in with the frequent by the Craius of Hold or weeds. result that an unsuspected fracture is found to be at the root ol the A Strong Flea for Home Industries. trouble. Cases have been reportctl liov. Vartlaman developed great where patients have walked, or strength in the rural regions in the rather limned about, for months sensational primary. To illustrate with the aid of a cane, and where that they were not keeping up with the only symptoms besides lameness the industrial procession, he held the were pain and persistent swelling. mirror up to nature in his st) le. The examination by the rays dis " hat we need is to raise more closed not onlv the fracture of the produce at home and stop buying so bone but also its exact nature and much from the Northern States. extent. Take the average Mississippi farmer. The rays arc equally valuable m He buys jannctl and dried fruits determining the results of treatment, likewise canned foods. He gets up the surgeon bcuis able to find out to the alarm of a Conncticut clock, by them whether a fracture or dis fastens his Chicago suspenders to location has been propcily reduced. his Detroit overalls, washes his face In the case of foreign bodies, it is with Cincinati soap in a J'ennsyl now generally conceded that the vania wash basin, sits down to rays arc by far the best means of Grand Rapids table, eats Indiana locating them. In former days all hominy, fried with St. Joseph lard foreign bodies, from the soldier's on a St. Louis stove, and puts bullet to the babvs coin or safety-pi- n St. Louis bridle on a Tennessee had to be searched for by probe and mule. He sits down at night to guesswork, often to the great pain read a Bible printed in Chicago, and danger ot the patient. Many a kneels to say a prayer composed in valuable life has passed out because Jerusalem and covers himself with a of the inability of the physicians to New Jersey blanket only to be dis locate the assassin's bullet. It has turbed all niiiht by the howling of even been claimed that the life of his dog which is the only home President Garfield might have been raised product on the place." saved to his country had the been in use at that time. One Large line of collapsible gocarts doctor has invented a very clever at Roark's. Prices right. for locating forfl'Vn bodies To-da; s SATURDAY BARGAINS A Greenville Light J. & Water Co, T INCORPORATED A. GILMAN, Gen, Mgr., Secty. and Treas. BRIZENDINE'S Tilings Too (an Buy 3 C&JAs " 2 3 for Quarter Saturday Only Salmon Tomatoes I Bottle Grape Jxiice 3 Pkg's. Toy Corn Flakes " " Oatme&J 3 gf Oysters We Cut a 'Lot of Ice They know with our customers. we never disappoint them in promptness of service, quality or quantity of the ice. You don't hear your neighbor complaining of her ice man. That's because we supply her. Why not have us supply you, too. Then you will be as satisfied m6rning? as she is. W. D. BLACKWELL I BRO. that General Insurance We represent tiie Home ance (o. of Insur Greenville Light Oflioc Hours: 7.H0 11 1 & Water Co. (IXCOItronATED) writes nrnnnrh; fill Phone No. 251. 4 to 8 u. 111. to 12 a. in. to 1.30 p. m. to 5 n. ra. Kinds ol ( firm and " " I Y. Y.i,mwm. V's. mo) Bigger and Better Than Ever m NINTH ANNUAL FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY :- Kentucky State LOUISVILLE... FIX BE THERE --- fair SEPTEMBER 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 1911. I -: BONDS WILL YOU ? GIVE US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE. foroWO J. E. Coombs hides. Co. buy beef Highest cash price. & Djjdpjfuuciijuin'fl. GREENVILLE, KY. THRILLING FREE ACTS DA1LY-- RACING - - LIVE STOCK SHOW--FIN- E HORSES - - GOOD MUSIC- CLEAN MIDWAY - EDUCATION- HEAD-ON COLLISION SATURDAY- MORE CLASSES AIS'D LARGER PREMIUMS THAN EVER "i'or Information or catalogue write to -" PERRY M. SHY, Secretary, See Big Ben at Macks watch making shop. Two houses and lots for sale; de well located. Ap ply at this office 4t suable property, MUHLENBERG COUNTY See Coombs & Co. before you sell your beef hides. o 27 We leave it to you to say how good is our furniture polish. We know it is the best we cn buy, and sell under a guaran tee. If not the best you ever used, return and get your money quick and pleas- SAVINGS BANK Greenville, Ky, Some one in your home prefers vocal music. You'd rather have instrumental. You can both be suited with - a Victor Double-face- d antly. ROARK. Sewing machine needles of all kinds, oil, bands, etc., at Roark's. Try Miss Lena Arnold's shop for high grade clothes pressing. Record. 12-inc- h, io-inc- h, Two records in one almost at the price of one 75 cents; $1.25. future Banking business. THOS. E. SUMNER, Cashier. Appreciating' your past patron-ag'- e we solicit all or part of yotfr Someth M New! . ROARK Save $75! for only BY ONE II fIRSI PURCHASING OF OUR NATIONAL BANK Gold SoldcritiK you found a great pile lead all over the joint on the article itself, left jeweler? Did you ever have your spectacles or a piece of jewelry mended and on examination of unsightly and perhaps there by the GREENVILLE, KENTUCKY DIRECTORS W. A. Wickliffe, W. G. Duncan, C, E Martin, R. T. Martin, E. J. Purycar, C. M. Martin, Jno, T. Reynolds, Jr. 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 FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS 25. The regular price is $100. Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it aud telling us where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of No time 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 Bpard of Directors are a guarantee of careful, judicious management, ELMER McCRACKEN WMtr.liittHkcr nnd Jnwnlor Ito;irk's Furniture fitore - - i . Chairman Underwood is person- ally interested in the manufacture of iron and he represents one of the greatest ironmaking districts in the But his tariff opinions are country. a matter of principle and not He is in favor of a reduction of iron and steel duties, and if he had not been overruled by his committee he would have undertaken this before revising the wool and cotton schedules. The magnificent tribute he received from his colleagues on both sides of the House when he repudiated the mean slander that he had been putting his personal interest before his duty to his party and his country was one of the finest things that has lean seen in the House of Representatives for many Fresh, smoked and salted meals of all kinds at J. E. Coombs & Co's market. o 20 1. C. A Clean Man Outside cleanliness is les3 than half tho battle, A man may scrub himself a dozen times a day, and sti!! be uclsca. Good health means cleanliness not only outside, but insids. It means clean stomach, clean bowels, cfean blood, a clean liver, and new, clean, healthy tissues. The man who is clean in this way will look it and act it. He will work with energy cad 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 are found where there is unclean blood. Consumption and bronchitis mean unclean lungs. Cres "Cords" Dr. In an relieves ANY Cous Excursion Rates. Fenner's Gough Honey Special rat; to Evansville, Ind., account of meeting of M. W. of A. Aug. 9. Tickets 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 Sept. 20. W. G. Crawford, Agent. Where other medicine fails this will bring ft Curo. Taken before exposure prevents inii, wiut.' luicumiimu, iruup,ir Consumption, AsthiiUUlroucUilis.OilarraT iv nooning uongn. u ucaicro t, K miianiu. aim Th Mc. h. millM- - fmlmil. U V Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery Tills signature is on every box ot the genuine Laxative Bromo-Quiniu- e Tabic rcirxedT tbat ctir r cold trt or So? PRINCIPAL '0 Foley's Kidney Cure wakes kidneys prevents these diseases. It makes a man's insides clean nnd healthy. It cleans tho digestive organs, makes pure clean blood, and clean, healthy flesh. It restores tone to Che nervous system, nnd cures nervous exhaustion and prostration It contains no alcohol or drugs. Constipationis the most unclean unclcanlincss. Dr. Picree-'- Pleasant lets cure it. They never gripe. Easy to take as candy. hnbit-formin- i; P. rnd bladder right. a day. If you want that dead watch or clock put to work, let Mc have it Porch swing settees in various lengths and finishes at Roark's. and he will put it to running. BUSINESS COIiLEGJj. Second and Walnut Streets. INCORPORATES. LOUISVILLE, KY. CABINETS AI ROARK'S. Local Concern Sues 1. C. for $55,W)8. ouisvillc Conference Here Sept. 27. Job Printing Sec Us PROMINENT And Citizen, MINISTER Blind Tigers in a Dad Row for Stumps. Before Goln$ Else- - where I Ft are hereto serve yon with anything in the line of printed stationery for your business and person. al use. BILL HEADS LETTER HEADS CARDS ENVELOPES WEDDING INVITATIONS POSTERS OR ANNOUNCEMENTS OF ALL KINDS The best quality of work at prices that are RIGHT I. The Greenville Milling Co. last week through its attorneys Willis & Meredith, of this city and Barger & Hicks, of Chicago, filed suit against the I. C. Railroad Co. for $55,000, damages sustained in a fire which last October burned the elevator and flouring mill of the lo:al con cern. It is contended that the tire originated in a string of boarding cars placed on the milling company's private switch, which was done against the wishes and orders of the milling concern, and from this fire the mill and elevator were destroyed. This is the largest claim ever filed here on this line, and will be fought closely by both sides, and is already attracting much attention. Mr. Thos. Hall, of Bancroft, many friends and acquaintances. Roark's furniture polish is hat better than the rest, and is sold considerably cheaper, and with the money back if broadest guarantee not better than any you ever used. some- wsis n town Tuesday, mingling with his (. R. R. LOCAL TIME CARD. NOKTIl NO. 104 101 136 JSO. HOl'M. II I..M I. as 7.1. Koularlllc IUiro lii Cliu'lnniitl Exprt'-- H nm pin niii pin iAHilhVtllc I.lnilUMl Central City JU'uommoUutluii l'he 66th. annual session of the Louisville Conference of the M. E. Church, South, will convene with rccnvillc church on Wednesday, Sept. 27, and probably continue mil Monday following. This will be the third lime that this city is entertained this notable body of inistcrs and laymen, and will be the greatest undertaking that has fallen to our lot, as it is estimated there will be at least 500 delegates, ministers, missionaries and visitors ere for the full time. Previously c have had this body Oct. 3 S, 55; Sept. 16 22 1SS5. Central City entertained the conference t. , 1906, making four cpl. mcs that Muhlenberg has been honored by the assemblage, and much more than its proportion in the 66 meetings that will have been held, as there arc 48 counties within the bounds. Bishop McCoy will preside here, and is one or the lead ing men of the whole Southern church. This meeting, it is antic- patcd, will be the most important ever held by the body. 1 Rev. G. P. Jcffires, Dies Suddenly Monday Morning. Rev. G. P. Jcffires, in his 79th. ear, died at S 45 o'clock Monday morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. W. U. Black well, on North Main street. His death was a shock to his many friends, as he was thought to have recovered from an Hack of the grip, and was able to. up on the Saturday previous. ncumonia developed Sunday, and was soon known to his doctors and nurse that he was in a critical Although sturdy for one condition. of his age, he was unable to combat is new complication, and the end soon came. 11c was conscious un til a few moments before death rc- ieved his sufferings, and recognized and spoke to several friends who came to sec him. There were few better known men in Muhlenberg, nd he had strong friends in all who new htm. For more than forty cars he had been in the active min istry, and had held various charges n the Methodist church in this and djoining counties. He was born and reared in Big Cllfty, Grayson county, where he lived until ibo hen he moved to Central City, and since 1S96 he has resided here. He ad packed his library and other personal effects, and intended in a few days to remove to his old home n Grayson county, and while at the home of his daughter was stricken with lacnnne. burvivinu him are the following children: Mr. Win. P. Jcffires, Big Clifty, Messrs. A. 1) iiid C. G. Jcffires and Mrs. W. I) iiackwcii, 01 this city, uc was elected as the representative from this county in the Kentucky Lcgis- ature, and was a faithful and com pctent champion of the people dur After his ng the term of his office. retirement from the ministry he was honored by his with the office of police judge, which position he held with honor and credit. He was a high type o Christian manhood, and his place was well filled wherever he lived and A short prayer n whatever he did. his service vas.hejd at the daughter at 1 o'clock Tuesday, the funeral and burial being at Plcasan Hill, where his body was laid to rest beside that of his wife. fellow-townsmen County attorney T. O. Jones, ith the untirirg assistance of tl c sheriff's office ami the help of ti c court, has been making it hard on iolatcrs of the prohibition law lately. Since the April term of circuit court there have been convic tions and assessments of $1240 in fines, and most of the offenders have been placed under bonds for future ood conduct. This drastic trcatcnt is haying a most satisfactory effect on these law breakers, who ere growing like a green bay tree All n some sections of the county. offenders so far apprehended have ecu in rural sections or small vil lages, none of the larger towns being afflicted. Mr. Jones says he is ctcrnuncd to employ every means to catch and convict all offenders, and he is receiving the aid of every fficcr and good citizen in the coun now ty. - 1 THE LINCOLN North-and-Sout- WAY h under construction from Louisville to the Tennessee line Mr. M. B. McDonald has been free of fever for some clays, and his cneral condition is satisfactory, in ind to become a part of a great Hghway, is the most National icatmg speedy recovery. Greenville had a winning streak of one game, then our team fell bac' nto its usual ways. . sovtji norxit. . 6. IS it in IK Pntlttrnh nud I'nlro hiwih . IS. tO pin Jit Kulton ai'iMiimiHMlutUni ... 3.IU pin 101 Now OrlfiuiH i.peclai 10H X. O. vei (LuiiUvlllc jmt.Hr. only) 1.20 nm GuAwronn, Ajtt. W.O. June 5. lull. The Boy Scouts arc expected to arrive from the Cave this week, or early in next week. Let Mc fix your clock. There have been nine State banks closed in Kentucky in the last five months, while three new ones have been started. Reports of 478 Slate banks to Secretary of Stale as of July 18th show total assets of $104,942,533.37 as against $104, 265,254.73 on Junc 30 last year, an increase of $667,000 in assets, Nineteen banks each from here stopped off at this place have assets exceeding a million and to visit old friends and relatives. 208 have over $100,000. Mc has "Big Ben," one of the A Bisscll carpel sweeper will best alarm clocks on the market. last longer than 40 corn brooms, Give us your job work. costing from $12 to $15; the sweep Sec them at $x to $5.7.1. ers, cost over Freight traffic south-boun- d Ro'ark's, and have other advantages the I. C. is extremely hcayy now, features ex than the money-savin- g many trains of merchandise, struct plained. ral steel, vehicles, machinery, etc., rushing Needles for all sewing machines at building material, through here daily. There is great Roark's. activity all through the South, and Home rendered lard i2$c. per the I. C. railroad is getting its full pound. J. E. Co6mhs & Co. share of the business and doing its of the part in the development There is still hope for an avcraqe outhland, where it has vast mileage, crop, and with as favorable wcathei and is adding to it constantly. conditions as we have had, Muhlen berg will fare better than any of our A noted doctor declares that the surrounding counties, all of which rch enemy of mankind is not taking have suffered more severely than a summer vacation. have we from the drought There arc enough people who Give .Miss Lena Arnold your ave not taken summer trips to the laundry; goods called for and dc foreign watering places to make our livercd. own Lewiston a popular resort. The building of the Lincoln Way has already developed a great inter est in Old Abe and many persons have already planned to build copies of his log cabin along the road Electric car lines are arranging to use such structures for passenger stations wherever they cross the road, and the highway will doubtless in time be well marked with struct ures ol the kind. Nothing could be more picturesque and appropriate Burr Grist, Mill. Reports from the Boy Scouts tell Swing settees for porches at Ro many of the features of enjoyment ark's. they arc having in their tramp to Special Term of Circuit Court. mammoth Cave. All are well, and getting great good from the trip. Sandidgc, judge, has lion. W. called a special term of Muhlenberg Ceo. Mason, a well known colored circuit court, to convene here on man who was raised here, was in Monday, August 21, for the explicit town a few days this week, returning purpose of trying the felony cases to Louisville yesterday. on the criminal docket. There arc piitc a number of these cases, and it The regular monthly meeting of as realized that there would be in the city council, which was to have sufficient tunc in the regular term, been held Monday night, adjourned ence this call. It is thought the ntil tonight. locket can be cleared on these cases Andrew Carnegie has given $15,- - in the two weeks, when the regular September term will convene. 000 for the erection of a public The city library at Middlcsboro. guess That has given the site. wcather prophet who predicted that ugust would be the hottest month The annual Louisvillc-l'aduca- h of the year is missing it nicely so excursion passed here monday after noon, and many colored people far. 1 long-distancat-th- appropriate memorial to our most no- )le son. The road will connect the most important towns South of Louisville, and will pass the Lincoln farm, near "Iodgenvillc. This will do more to perpetuate Lincoln's name than any number of costly piles of useless monuments. It is to be hoped that this manner of honoring our illustrious dead may become general. One American man of wealth is personally supervising the construction of a State high at his expense, and .on which he plans to spend $2,000,-00Nothing possible could the distance being 10 miles. 0, 1 County Attorney i. U. ones is beiug generally commended for his fforts effectively put forth in the now extermination of the blind tiger He is making their life way operators. a hard and unprofitable one. John Fisk on Immortality. be done to better perpetuate his name. There is quite a discussion on at Washington over "What Is Beer?" The answers have been as various as there arc brands of the amber liquid, almost. Messrs. McGary.& Goodrich, after a month here, closed their moving picture and vaudeville show at the opera house last Thursday night with a Y. M. C. A. benefit, and the audience packed the house to its utmost, standing room being a premium. These gentlemen have succeeded in operating an amusement of this kind that drew here heavy from start to finish, and that means something, as the ordi nary moving picture show here is a frost of the first grade. Their local views and baby pictures were of the highest type and of course pleased everyone. 'I hey deserve and will win success wherever they go Phcy moved to Princeton. bojot Circus Owner Killed. For the second time this season Rosewood successfully crossed bats with our team last Saturday, defeat ing our boys in a score of 8 to 6 The game was loosely played on both sides, and with a little care our team could easily have won, but went to pieces at critical points. That rain Tuesday was the best wc have had in over two months and practically will make corn and tabacco, these crops beginning to need moisture. Colorado Grant, owner of a small circus, was shot and instantly killed at Taylorsvillc last Thursday by man who had been ejected from the tent on account of being drunk About a decade ago Grant gave two performances here on the V4ng lot North Cherry street, and feeling that he could not afford to pay th heavy license, threw the entrance flaps open and allowed all to enter free. Most people deposited Misses Hallic Muiphy and Bun larger sum than the regular entrance fee, and a catchy speech by Grant nie Coleman, of the Green's Chapel neighborhood, visited Miss Ella at the close of the pciformancc drew a shower of coins to the ring McCracken the first of the week. addition. The rain this week was sufficient Summer fur to flush the watercourses and .wash niture, porch the ground thoroughly, which, with sets, la w providing fresh stock water and goods, set helping the wells which were dry in tecs, cots many instances and altogather low Old Hickory will aid vastly in restoring genera chairs a n health. Fevers and attendant ill rockers, etc were numerous, and would hav in Roar k' grown more so. 1et co 11 The faith in immortal life is the great poetic achievement of the hu man mind. Belief in immortality is the one thing that makes this world habita ble for beings constructed like our elves. The destruction of the sublime conception of immortality would be like depriving a nlanct of its ntmos phcrc. The crude primeval ghost-worlis always closely associated with the ethical side of life; out of this asso ciation have grown some of the most colossal governing agencies by which the development of human societyhas been influenced. The fact that primitive mart mis stated his relation to the Unseen World in nowise militates aainst the truth of his assumption that such a world exists. Primitive theorizing. is suie to be faulty (a primitive in stinct is likely to be true-- ) he belief in a future lite is co cval with the beginnings of the hu man race, in the history of evolu 1 PE STEABMSa FOSTER Mattress H f-- 2 '.v v Nkpsssscdyj c;:Esix7fl TKfSRCRJSWaBL'CirrAtSD 1 CTAHr.iS3 i :.?.LY THREE. VtZl I'.T.i Vv '7 1 '.jrT A . Vl 1 tKcF.Dii7;:5TJCRiss rKCL'GW.I ftATTT.GC? nil H If 1 7 I 7' 'T. V. i 'r! ' . ; Wi , 1 y.rAU r.v' :V-v.- . l g f&i WjA You vn say lil rover Izury c laitticss could be so I'.4 '4- . My new burr grist mill is in opcr Doctors arc having enough call fo on- your merchants to work the best part of the 2 Also ready to White Flint meal. hours each day now. furnish the public with chicken feed and chopped corn. There has been slight change in J. A. Shaver. JI28 the condition of Uncle Amos Jen kins, but yesterday he was reported Hon. Ed G. O'Rear, Republican as resting somewhat easier. candidate for Governor, will open The extra term of circuit court the State campaign at Eli.abcthtow next Monday, and is promised is causing a rush in the sheriff the largest crowd that ever assembled office, and lawyers arc also qui busy. there on an Occasion of the kind. ation; call - Telephone Miss Lena Arnold an have ydur laundry called for and delivered promptly. W-- Rather quiet here since the sho left. The Misses Wood, of Cincinnat who have been visitors of Mr. W. O Belcher and family, will soon return to Cincinnati, visiting at their old home at Bclton for a few days. v if j ' . Bishop 0. P. Fitzgerald, one o the most prominent divines Df th South, died at his summer home Monteaglqft Tcnn., last Saturda Mr. J. L. Rogers is m l'aintsvillc afternoon of neuralgia of the heart was on business affairs for some days. following a short illness, lie well known here, where he has Uncle Presley Boggcss has been made occasional visits. quite seriously ill at his home near JKSyMcCracken has the largest the depot for about a week. He stock of dials for timepieces ever suffering from kidney trouble, and carried in the county, and can fit on account of his advanced age anything from the court bouse clock causing complications, bis conditio is considered critical. , tion. The belief in a future life is one of the differential attributes of hu inanity. Man is not only the animal tha possesses articulate speech and the power of reasoning: he is the only creature who expects to survive th event of physical death. The wholesale skepticism which is directed against whatever cxnists or has exhistcd in the shape of an ancient belief; that violent outbreak of materialistic atheism of the eight eenth century, is surely one of th most mournful episodes in the his tory of human thought. We yet sometimes are cn'crtained by a belated eighteenth century na turalist who is fully peisuadcd that his denial of human imn an inevitable coro I r' Jrjin th doctrine of cyoluiimi. iiip The more things we try to cxplai stock Mr. Win. Jeffires, of Clarkson the better we realize that wc Ihc in was here to the burial of his brother a world of unexplained residua. Rev. G. P. leffircs, at Pleasar. Those who seek to prove an thin Hill Tuesday afternoon. by the evidence of dissmbodic 1 omorrow is special soldering day spiri's who hold commun'catic at Mack's watch shop; bring in any with certain mediums are ant likel thing in the jewelry or spectacl More than nine out of everv to mane much impression upon line that you want repaired, and get ten cases of rheumatism are minds trained in investigation. a firstclass job. simnlv rheumatism of the 1'iiK Rkcokd 50c. per year. muscles, due to cold or damp In Hear varied se or chronic rheumatism. Give us your job work. lections on the Vic such cases no internal treat or talking in; ment is required. The free bines at Roark's application of I he world's best music, as well as all WALI HAM the popular selections, speeches bands, orchestras, instrumental so ios, ' quartettes. Victors range needed and it is ccr Every Wai.tham Watch move price from 3 10 to $100. Victrola is all that is quick relief. Give i incut is Kuar.iniccit by tlio manuto cive facturers ngaiiift nnv defect In Large Jibrary of ic tain $75 to $250. a trial and see for yourself how inntvrml or construction. This cords and all kinds of talking ma quickly is without timo limit, it relieves the pam and nnil holds good the world over. chine supplies. aoreness. I'nce 25c; large size, 50c That's juft .v!iat ralisfie-- J urcrs cf Charts & P oiler Mattresses arc J saying. Foilcr in your home and You cv;e It to yourar to Iir. i n. Clcarns 1 Icalthful. A good night's cajoy reft thit is Comfortable, I rcil on a Steams Ct FoCer Malir . coT--i l;o little forvou to put up longer Foilcr Mattresses ate Sxa: with that old uacersfuitabi : made of Clean, Sanitary Cotia:; relied into hundreds cf little vcbs, forming the many layers of Sprlnny, I'uoyarrt Cotton landing nearly three feet high. These layers are llicn laid by hind and compressed to ONE-SIXTtheir; original height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to iuft the proper tension, so as to be soft, yet firm, halt yicld:n3 to your figure, but supporting it in pcifctfl relaxation. Come in today and ad; us to thov.-- you a Stearns & Foslcr Mattress. We'll gladly do it. A positive guarantee on every mattres3 bearing the Stearns & I'ofter name. A moft Comfortable and Economical Mattress to buy. u n, es. H The L. ROARK ESTATE The highest medical authority on Sir James Crichton Browne, LL.D. or London, F.R.S. gives the best reasons for eating more Rheumatisi 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 big-bone- d, d, mi Chamberlain' 8 Liniment 1 (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 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 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 brawnincss of the Northerners (meaning the Scotch) has been in some The Scotch eat Quaker Oats o measure due to the stimula'tion of the thyroid gland by oatmeal porridge in childhood." because it is the best of all oatmeals. - Owcnsbnro, the whisky center o Western Kentucky, is auffering from Sunday violations by the whisky sellers, and the city council wi pass an ordinance making a penalty of a heavy fine for proprietors clerks or janitors to enter a saloon on Sunday. This should be effect ive in abolishing Sunday sales un legs automatic venders are provided House and Land for Kent. I he Captain Roark property, 7 room house, stable, fine water, sever al acres of land, ready for cultivation located just outside of town, on two now in use streets, will be rented reasonably Wc have a large assortment of Fine location, desirable home. Ap Waltham Watches in Gold, Gold ply to Oiien L. Roark, Greenvill Filled, Silver and Nickel Cases. Ky. a. I Waltham Watches 2,000,000 the use of a goodlaxative, to keep t'.ie bowels open and prevent tha poisons of undigested food from gettmxmto yoar ry-- t?iu. he latest produ act) .0 i VEl.VO Laxativ e Liver Synip, purely vegetable, gentle, reliable and of a jl j .i.t, 0;Uste. Vclo acts cn the liver, cs well as on tha stomach and bv-is-, t' 0 greatest possible efficacy in constipation, indigestion, ai. I biliousness, bids luadaiic, fewn cuhc,tktulencc, etc. Try VF1 sicians hn, se t.f; mm m e. Mccracken. II LAXATIVE , tr v ROARK Furniture, W&llp&tper, Shades, Moldings. , 4 Slippers, Gr&.ve Vaults. Disinfection-ROARK Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper.-"i Shingles. A person of an etymologic il turn oi mind, seeing n cafe of well marked shingles, with the little blisters so closely set ns nlmost to over lap one Why Not Take Ono A'- - 4 . ' another, might think the affection well named from the shingles of a roof but the word i only a corruption of the Li tin iiyi'un, meaning The term w:js ;ipp'i-a girdle. because of the arrjuxrmfi.i of the eruption, which encircles th. body, or one lateral hall of tt, like a bclr. The scientific term is zoster, or . nu, from the Greek words for girdle or belt. a skin Shingles, or zoster, i eruption due to disease of one of the caUnsru nervj? whi :'t tuns ffui the spmal cord round the body to the middle in front. Th. ttuption nhvujs follows the course of the nfleclcd ncive, ceasing abruptly at the front, unless the m rves on both sides arc affected, v. hen It ernirclts the body jiiht lil;e a girdle. 'I hi complete foim is form lat.-liae. I a surces The eruption sion of hard blistrrs like ilu: .f a com cold sore or fev r blister, nion on the hps. It btgins in tru form of reddish pitchc.?, upon which pimples and then small bliitcrs form. These blisters are at ranged in groups along the course of the affected nerve, or they may, in severe cases, run together, foiming an almost un broken line round one half of the body or face. 1:jt the first three or four days ths contents of the blisters arc watery; then they become cloudy, the patches turn brown, and finally dry and form yollowiih crusts. J'or .a few da a or a week precccding the eruption the pain is often very acute. In children, curously enough, the pain may be .abscut. is Cstitfirrtgherd1h by fever, sonfeiimes slight chills, and a feeling oT general illncs. The eruption may appear all at once, or may occur in several successive crops, taking a wak or m KJ for its full development. Thcniost serious form is th it of the face, for it often results m severe scarring, and may even attact the eyeball. The pain' usually subsides when the eruption appears. The re is no treatment which will certainly cut short the attact, and the most that can be done usually is to protect the blisters from irritation of the clothing or other injury. This is done by applying soothing powders of starch or oxide of zinc, painting the blisters whlpcollodiou, or appl)iug After the attact the patient may need tonic treatment for a while. 'I here is generally only one atteck. Where there are repeated recurrences there is usually some underlying fault of constitution which calls for careful, systematic medical treatment. cuurt-plastcr. Our Name has been before the public for 30 years, most of the time right on the spot where we are now located. ' 5: rain Pill then TaKcit Easy To cet the best of Backache Get a Box of Anii-Pai- n ea Til 8 Our Aim constantly has been to sell the best goods in our lines, at the most reasonable prices. Our services arc of the highest rade, our wares the best, and our equipment compares with the best of the larger cities. We endeavor constantly to increase our usefulness. Dr. Miles' ooiier hi-o Pills 8 5 p j ? S it be in the form of headache, backache, neuralgia, stomachache or the pains peculiar to women. Dr. Miles' Anti-l'ai- n Tills aro a f.tandard remedy for pain, and are praised by a great army of men and women who have used them, for years. "A friend v3 down with LaGrippe and ne.'.tly cra.ed with aw f til backache, ijjavc Iter one Anli I'ain and left another for htr to take. They helped her nVht away, and she says she wi never te without tiiem aeiun. Mas. G. H. Weiiii, AustinburK, O. At all druggists 25 doses 23 cants. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. May get the best of you Nothing disturb the human system more than pain whether Otherwise Backache 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 your command. HENRY WATTERSON Editor. CAN M'RNISH YOU SL SL WIC fflre TIE RECORD AN I) i J. L. ROARK Estate ORIEN L. ROARK, Manager 9L m: FURNITURE Established D Telephones: . EALERS IREC TORS H)8 I8?9 ,C1r Lon$ Distance OURSER-JOURNA- Store ?2; name L A3f Bulbs of all Kinds in Stock. Miss Lena Arnold has in stock all kinds of bulbs, and now is the time to begin the cultivation. Following are ready for delivery, and orders taken for others, and prompt delivery guaranteed: Chinese Sacred I.HIics, ioc each, 3 for 25; Paper White Narcissus, Crandiflora, 2 for dor.j Roman Hyacinths, 5c, Siuglc White, 5c each, 50c doz; Ueddin Hyacinths, Dutch, scc'ach, Ooc doz; Forcing Dutch Hyacinths, 10c each, $1.00 doz; Tulips, mixed, 20c doz. BOTH ONE YEAR FOR iOl 'V)r Xil (f)f ;tif Xt XU r ,ftr w .rtr .fr .rr r, t v. f'k- We can also give liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier-Journal. j --eg-A i Write Courier-Journ- al Com- Titc Greatest RoscKovclty of the Century for Description and Price List BLUE jpj ROSE-J- x Tlio Hch Rose (Ylolct Blur.) Hailed by the Rsc Grancrs as the Forerunner of the Corn-Sefioner Slue Resc. Very vlor- ous and hardy. Free Blooming i i nd I8EHLAN0 TELEPHONE (tJCCORrORATBDl i & TELEGRAPH GO, 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 Courieiv Journal. Crccnhoimc.H JOHN E. RACKEBRANDT Princeton, Ky. Long distanoo tines and telephones or this Company enablo you to talk almost anywhoro in Southern Indiana, Southern Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi and Louisiana. Wo can put you in quick and natisfactory communication with tho people of this groat section of the country. W o solicit your patronage. Ratos reasonable. Equipments and facilities ES E. CALDWFLL. I Ride with Transfer Co. i 4 Vr J'rr LCLAND HUME, T. D. O (setioieBtiiiittiteitii I The Greenville Deal at home as much 0 as pc ssiblc. Build up your home town. This will t make you a better home market and enhance the J value of your property, I 2 2 They meet all trains, day and night, with Bus and Baggage wagon. f JUST RECEIVED i J Many Patterns of 1911 Wallpaper White Sewing Machines, in rotary and vibrator; needles,! shuttles, etc. in stock for all' machines. ROARK'S STORE, Get poitcd plants and cut flowers from Miss Lena Arnold. Take your beef hides to J. E. Coombs & Co. and get the cash. KILLthe &OUGH AMD CURE the LUNGS CWiexi you wan j Dr. King's New Discovery WITH AMD Ttlal Dottle Free ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. OLDS GUARANTEED SATISPACTOB' TLhc IRecorfc rHARCOURTcaiuisviHKy GI I MANUFACTURING Porch swing settees in various lengths and finishes at Roark's. llcst work, prompt service: give Several patterns, of swing porch your laundry to Joe Morgan, who insettees at Roark's, and you arc will appreciate your patronage. If you have a watch or clock out vited to call. of running order, jewelry to be repaired, or sewing machines out of If you have not service, bring them to McCracken sKLscTRtr:.Naiil mptiianicI heard the Victor rytiotly. 'inc fur ittai I aud get firstclass- guaranteed work. in ,i ..i.t tttittkitr. the I talking machines, Give your job printing orders to The IIbcokd. milk chocolate, strawberry milk or Hitnbo Flip, we Taylor & Foolb. have it. a s ENGRAVERS Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality. li. Simple, pric-.i.r.ii..pk.t.im. Sm. "'ry fr If jou namel call at Roark's. If If you want '6 lv i ) J J 8nninoii Pull, .1 i 'r $1 no a ) car. you have heard them, call again and Co. I lionoa. Mats. r: rt Pliotojrrniiliy r1v A M II I ' I'iioti..; vrtiv u.t lie llcail!ful.. t ,rr lJeti.lTt n in'-- " A to nilATA HnlHil". often; they never grow tiresome. Large library of records and all kinds of talking machine supplies. veil to Easy House and Land for Rent. iitllUism, ttaial" , j tl A The Captain Roark properly, 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 Oricn L. Roark, Greenville, Ky. I. C. Excursion merIcan Photoj'aphy Sec the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Roark's. Compact Perfect Iff)- -- Telephone No 5 and your laundry will be called for and delivered. Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wronu ono civan you. For this reason we urjp you in buying to be careful to get the genuine Rates. Joe Morgan solicits that grocery order, and will show his appreciation by supplying the best goods at the very lowest prices. Quick delivery and courteous treatment. Typewriter ribbons, legal blanks, document covers, carbon paper at this office. Telephone that grnrery want to Joe Morgan and get the bet goods at lowest prices. IB: Standard Visible Writer Enables the operator to see every word as written without raising carriage, saving time and trouble. Possesses every feature. The 20lh century success. In use by U. S. Government, 157 railroads and largsst mercantile houses in many countries. Handsome booklet free. THE OLIVER TYPEVRITER CO., 10M0? Lake St., Chicago. Special rate to ISvansville, Ind., account of meeting of M. V. of A. Aug. y. Tickets on sale Aug. 7 and 3, and for train No. 135 on oth, limited to Aug. 13 for return. One fare plus 25c. for round trip. The Stale 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 Sapt. 20. W. G. C it aw ford, Agent. jLacr- - draught Liver Medicine The reputation cf this old, reliable medicine, IVr constipation, and liver trouble, is firmly established. It doc3 not imitata other medicines. It is better than othero, or it would net bs the liver powder, with a larger sale than all othera combined. GOLD IN TOWN F2 Cures Cholera infantum Diarrhoea, Dysentery, and tli3 Bowel Troubles of Children of Jeny ftgc. Aids Digestion, Regulate; the Bow:b,Slrcn4H:. mi th CUWA nnrt MAKPs M'ss Lena Arnold asks the patron- f( iUf nilKlir anil oimrnntoac that satisfactory work will be done SKssssesaaHSBfsgssa in her clothes cleaning, pressing Costs HOFFETT, H. D., St. Loais, Mo. Only 25c at Druggists, or mail 20c to L If you want that dead watch or The largest line of the best baby and repairing shop. Mother ! Hesitate no fongor, but save tho health and life of your child, as thousands have et'oac. by giving these powdess. clock put to work, let Mc have it carriages in town are 011 display at TEETHINJk is easily given ancS quickly counteracts ar.ti over and he will put it to running. lluaik's. Give us your job work. comes the effects of tho summer's heat upon teething children. 1 .kic ' COME and SEE THEM The J. L ROARK ESTATE 1