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Record (Greenville, Ky.): August 24, 1911 Record (Greenville, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Greenville, Ky. : Record Press, 1899- Greenville, KY 1911 rec1911082401_sn87060049 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Record (Greenville, Ky.): August 24, 1911 Record (Greenville, Ky.) Greenville, Ky. : Record Press, 1899- Greenville, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r cinJFJsroGjra Record" Advertising 1 Costs NotHtrig- - I Muhlenberg County is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clay.l pays for itself. g sure of returns. I It The investment is g Get our rates. kietc, and the most inviting field in Ken-- J Itucky lor investment of capital and pluck. VOL. XIII. NO. 2S. LAWYERS' INCOMES ARE LOW Only 30 Per Cent, of the New York Attcrncys Make a Fair Living. The income of the average New York lawyer ia no greater than that of a patrolman or a tradesman's clerk, according to llgnros compiled by tho New York County Lawyers association, which show that there are approximately 10,000 lawyers in Greater Now York, or about one to every 176 inhabitants. Tills provide an avcrago of threo or four c'ionts to each lawyer. Forty jier cent, of all the Now, York lawytnt ate havirp a struggle for ami only 30 jkm- - cent, are makAbout ten per ing "a fair living." cent, oro making ' large profits." It is this ton per cent, and their "largo profits" that "tempt" the young man with ambition. "Most of theso young fellows don't understand that they would do much better to go into trades or study scientific farming." says tho report. It adds that or tho ton per cent, among lawyers that are earning largo fcrluurs. by far the greater part are men whose names seldom apiear Conversely, many of In tho papers. the lawyers who are most talked about are not earning large incomes. intc-fiM- f GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1911, Kentucky Fair Dates. Ttic fullowlHjr lire tltr IhI-fur 1011 Die Koiituekj- mm 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE THE RATI! TO CHICAGO REDUCED. MR1 M MUSIC Ever FEMES DULL litl fnlnHiv riHtiUtl CM BAND ATTRACTIONS OF PASS WILL CONTRAST WITH MORE SERIOUS EXHIBITS. BY ELEPHANT Free Attractions More Numerous Than Racing Dcfore. Furnished Events Are Corkers. tw correction liny oiuiiiIt-hIoh- s Hheiriiciilavtllc, Air- 9 I An trim 1 1 t Ihh. Columbia, AttKNit H ItUja. AmjthM ti I tlayn. loiMuii. Liberty, AhkomI 3 3 Ua ilr!ngfleM, Augum & I Uy. itPrtMiiiitown, August .'I 3dn.VH. rfrbolititviUV. AuRiist 3 .1 ! Sutnerxct, Augunl 28 3ilayH. AiigHst tB - Sdnyi.. KulUni. AugtiHl IU . ltHnUtowii. AllgUNt . fur huMliiR fur mm ri'ixrlpil. l rf iori to it of dales. Motion Route Announces New Schedule 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 $12 round trip, good 30jtlays return ing, instead of $16. Patrons arc of ltl. ln s. Altgur-- l 31 - 3 i in i x v. ft' v. At! ft'1 stores1 sh s article atJega of or mail urdet houi eighty, living in a village some twenty Our Picture and Room Molding-stocStrictly Pure ' miles rrom Paris, became a widow. are always complete. papers sho WHITE LEAD i. .;. idjunct to ihe Pass features Among her husband's Wallpaper is now a staple artielc of merwill bo the numerous free acts, all found a postofllco savings bank book Pure Linseed jOii, P.uro Turpentine thrilling and exciting. Caterers to showing a balanco of two francs (35 chandise, being used all the year 'round. and tho most expensive colors poBtoirtco And wc always have full selections,' pilccs popular amusement assert that the cents). She .went to tho 'The kind of paint wc use never cracks or bicycle and asked for tho money. "Huve you 5 cents and up per roll. groat Uabcock .act in which a scales only years of wear will remove it. ridor dashes down a steep incline, paid tho taxes on your inhoritallPO?, ' Let U3 figure with you when ready to paint - - SnQnilliUQ loops the loop and gaps the gap so she was asked and on tier replying BnyiaviHy and durable a quickly that tho spectators can with "No," was told to go to a town threo is the only Wc guartntee t3T0ur Engraving Machine reasonable. Don't put it off. difficulty follow him with their eye, is miles off, whore she would have to one in this part of Kentucky, and we are ono of tho most thrilling ever pro- pay them. On arrival thero she was exclusively prepared to supply individual duced. own village to fetch sent back to her Name Plates, wbich wc furnish on all Telephone No. 254. Music on All Hands. her husband's death certificate. Sho outfits without extra cost. back again The musical elopbants? will bo a was given this, trudged source of continuous delight to tho to tho otlior town, and was given a New stock sewing machine needles Undertaking and Embalming. children as well as their elders The paper, for which she hnd to pay clgnt at Roark's for all machines. Coffins in White Enamel and Stained "stunts"- - which these lingo pachyderms rents six cents for the lo per ceni. perform illustrate what patience and tax on tho ono, and twelve cents lert Varnish finish; Caskets in White Enamel, ingonttity will accomplish in tho train- by her husband, two cents for the Natural Woods, White, Colojcd and Black ing of wJId beasts. She "then walked ;ho threo Cloth Covered; stamp. and Copper Tho Whirling Lunotto Sisters fur- miles back to hor village (malting lined airtight Caskets; all lengths, and e the nish, still another attraction of moro twelve mllos in all), found regular, extra and double extra widths. closed, and next morning sho than ordinary interest. All lovers of Steel Grave Vaults of all sixes constantHus It is a very serious matter to aolc music will enjoy the abundance of If was given the 35 cents which her ly in stock, for immediate deliver. for one medicine and have the provided by the state fair manage- band had left. Burial Robes, Wrappers, Suits, Dresses, wrong one given you. For this mentThree high class bands, moro Slippers, etc., in large variety. reason wc urge you In buying than have ever before been heard on Wolf Killer. A North Dakota Our two licensed Embaliners respond at the state fair grounds, will ronder proto bp careful to get the genuine J3ig Pembina on hia In crossing the grams each morning, 'afternoon and once to calls for such services. THEDFORD'S night of tho fair. Callienilo, the great way to Walhalla the other day Hans Our general equipment is complete and . Italian naturally will bo most Bratlle of Osnabrock had a chance to of highest grade. lender put in a Jew new stunts in the way of In evidence. We have a Funeral Car in service,' subLiver Medicine A big timber woir crossed hunting. Fat Purses For the Races. tho road just ahead of his foam and ject to call anywhere. The reputation of thl3 old, reliaA total of ?G,G00 in purses will bo EgTTwo Private TeleJump the fonco next tho ble mcdicln", for constipation, inofforcd in connection with the racing in trying to tangled up In tho phones, Store 72; Residence 108. digestion and liver trouble, is firmevents which will exceod in interost road got caught and ly established. It does not imitate Residence 150 yards from store. .any ovor before hold. Kentucky is to- barbed wire. other medicines. It is better than Bratlle had no gun. so It was a case day the center of racing as a result Prompt service any hour day or night. others, or it would not be the faof the light made on the sport In Hu of go for tho beast with nature's vorite liver powder, witlf a Icnjcr L. ROARK ESTATE. Tfie J. morous states and the stand early ta weapons, which" he did. and in trying sale thun nil others combined. get a F2 SOLD IN TOWN ken by tho legislature in passing laws to get tho toe hold managed to ORICIIL. HOAKK. MsnsCcr. wolf Jor tho control of racing which puts good grip on tho wolf's tail. The circles It on a high plane. There will be then "made ji . few hurried landed twelve ra'cos in all during the week, around .Mr. Dra tile's head and raven trotting and fivo pacing events head first kerplunk in the sleigh box, dead as a door nail, and Hans concolDun to the fact that tho head-olision is scheduled for Saturday after tinued on his way to Walhalla after noon of fair week it will mean that on filling and Jlghtlng his corn cob. the first five days of the fair the pub Osnabrock correspondence Bismarck lie will got moro tlun its usual share Tribune. to take Cardui, fcr your female of races. On Monday there will bo IS THE GREATEST two, and on Wednesday and Thurs troubles, because, we arc sure' it Fine Old Church Burned. "day 'there will be hrce races each. THEATRICAL SHOW PAPER vill help you. Remember that The old Church of St. Michael, this great female remedy Iloniton. Devon. England, which dated !W THE WORLD. from tho nftconth century, and was ENTICING STAKES OFFERED Single Copy. 10 Glf $4.00 Per Year. pieces of architecFOR FIVE GAITED SADDLERS ono of tho iluost ture In the county, wns destroyed by ISM K! WKKKI.Y day. "The tower and tho COL. M, C. RANKIN READY WITH fire the other mnin walls are the only portions saved. PURSE IN THIS GENEROUS FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (Lh, The church was built hy Rtshop CONNECTION. 1T.QRRT J. 110RIE, I'l'IIMSHKItS, tho "haughty prolate" of 47 w. saru br. . Nxw Yoea MiNAGRB. ';iner stcK vomcn, so wny not to rtlchard III. According to an Col. M. C Rankin, commissioner ol wan originally intended legontv ot ? For Iwadache, backache, agriculture, has como to bat this year old erect tho itchurch at tho foot of the ncilodical nains. female weak- with a guarantee of $500 in cash no to emissaries of tho Prince of hMiiif r CO YEAnS iicss, many have said U Is "tho "Tho Commissioner of Agriculture hill, but willed It otherwise, (PEniENCE and best medicine lo take." Try II I Stake" for five galtcd saddle horses Darlcnosa builders commonced their when tho .This special stake of $500 is for gal'ed work, tho stones placed in position iZ.JUA III XiUS Hylty F0 saddle horses, stallions, maros or during the day were each night transgeldings, to b shown undjr saddle ported to the top of the hill, with tho lu accordance with tho rules of Oiq plan was changed. governing thl? result that tho Ker.tuoky Sintc Fair ' TriAcc Maiiks Do you drink cora cola? Then class.' This stake will bo divided as Smuggling. Aerial follows: finPVRIGHTS AC. ours. It is pure and rcfreshtt g try Forty per cent to iho first hor30, 2fi 'The first aerial smuggler has como Anrnnr semlli.ii .nBlietrh nmt 1ecrlptlnu mny r ..iu"i freo whether nil Tayi.ou & I'ooxE. as 'f. aso per coat to the second, IS per cent to to grief. lo tried to Hy from Italy niiniiitteii. ti: v i is rt iirrn.iMi ttoiiKfirirHy. mi.ii niii t HAUBtKlQK "t tho third, JO per cent to the fourth into Switzerland rnd tumbled into tho . in in t;itoi-pout iree. m.U"t r ' "r 31 "" A t o. Aerial I'dionis iiski-- ilirxii'i Swing settees for porches at arms of a customs officer. and 10 per cent fo the fifth. tpclnl not tit, without ui'TiJi. in tlin game ami fascinating k condition is that all entries be smuggling ia registered in the American Saddle tho fact that it Is hazardous mahos It thsre'a ttppUIt. !r. A hmiilsni ie!v tlhintrnted Horse Uegiittr. Tiio namo of the all the more eo. Which jneansunlRippy ' If you want that Aland watch lie .orni.l. Tntnw .l H rnv CIllllli'OI horso must to filed wmi the secre- more trouble aroad for tho Rnr: lout moiiilm. .1. ltull newe'JoBlers. j clock put to work, let Mc have' it tary of the Kentucky State .Fair by tariff myrmidon. ffiUNUCD.331Broay'NewYoil( September 1. and he will put it to running. UrHnoh OOlw. KU P St, Wnahlugton. U. C "i-ftU- Variety not only is this spice of Ufa but oxnorienci lia.s proven that it is for one of the requisites or smci-cbig undertaking or a public chnrnctor Bitch as a state fair. In rocoRtiltlon ol Ibis fact the nuuiatjcinent of the Kentucky Stnto Fair has made plans for the ninth annual exhibition which promise entertainment for all classes and sections. While the more serious form of entertainment comes first, especially in connect Ion with an educational institution such as the Kentucky SUUe Fair is proving to be, the dommid always is great tor something in n lighter vein which will 2ielp drive dull care away and furnish a kind ol mental dessert for the fenst of good things which the new premium list discloses. It was the recognition of this element in human nature which caused tho side show at the county fair to be born. The idea progressed until thg groat international exhibitions at Chi cago and St. Louis were produced. It was at tho former that tho Midway become a reality and at the latter that .the Pass was introduced. lloth struck a popular chord and thus it is that the diffor cut .state fairs are not considered complete without some such fea turo. Both Novel and Clean. Hut, together with the adoption ol tho Pass feature has como th" rccog nition of the further fact that the gen oral public will not long approve it by moral unloss it is encompassed surroundings and not prove offensive to tho crowds which attend. Tho contracts mudo for the mjrind Pass for the coming fair included stipulations to the oflcct that the shows must be cloan, while retaining tho virtue of being novel. This condition will bo complied with. N'ot only will tho shows bo novel bttt tluy will bo now. Tho old time, much Mrorkwi .over exhibitions will not bo On tho Pass, as' well connleuancod. iiiiiiiiiiiiirrriiiri-iTrn-"HI Ha Be, flu hh'c'n iiriilr mtwieyij failure on "(ho. part of show- nu n to do this will meet with instant September - (lliy. Moi'ttcfUo. Si'ilcmlM-- r .1 I lays. AlcxMiMtrlii.-tVptcttibc.' . la. .. Mount Olivet. ctenilM-- r S I rtaj ;. Hotlyem tile. HcolcHi Ix r . 3 l .. Suntlrrw, ScptemWr S May. Kentucky Htute Ioult. illr. Nvpicmbcr Part. 11 Briny. ScotUvllle, Hf jiteHilH-- r II -- 3l:t:t. Hoi I'hvc, Stitembri- ) I flays. Morgantuwn. Hv iitcinber - 3 tilungOM, September 37 - I Sltiy tlcM. Hcptember 37 -- dnyt. I'uiliicttH. October 3 I Murray. October II I ilttyit. 1.!. Ih. fered exceptionally good service by the Motion, which on .liiglit trains ftotu Louisville operates CompartI'ullinuns, ment an'd Druwing-rooias well at the usual straight sleeper. Flic day trains have PaMorand Din ing cars, and the very ffest modern, new coaches. Inquiries. cheerfully answered by K. II. Bnopn, D. P. A., X Louisville, Ky. I GlEmiNQ TIME What Are You (ioing To Do This Year Save your home by. having your (lues repaired. Iarklcy Bros, do this work in best manner. They can't stand against this matchless broom of the blood. Out they go, along with the troubles they cause, such as pimples, boils, sores, eczema, malaria, rheumatism and kidney disorders. It makes a clean sweep. salt-rheu- ELECTRIC " BIT run-down. As filth flies before the broom, so do disease germs, effete and impure matter and foul humors in the blood fly before m, INDUSTRIOUS ONE IS WINNER by way of making your business sucby cessful ami your domestic life full of pleasure, if you arc not supplied with It cures quickly and cures to Gtay. It givos glorious health and vigor to tho woak, sickly and telephone service of the Cumberland There Is an immense amount of non- Telephone & Telegraph Company? sense talked about people being "clev- ICveryonc should have a telephone. er," and the- talk Is very often not You are connected with all outside misonly misJending hilt positively chievous, if a boy or girl does well at important points in local connections school or college, it is explained by with all residences and business housthe simple word, "clever," and thoso who do budly are. on tho other hand, es. Kor any information call man"not clever." Annd so tho "clever" ager, - Fact That Should Be Appreciated Boys and Girls Who Are Called Clever. 1C H. flAYES Painter and Interior : PRICE 50c AND $1.00 PER BOTTLE SOLD AN& GUARANTEE BY All &a Wa BARLOW, 12 N T I & T . Crown and Urlilc Vt'grk ilonc at rotmotiiiblc I Druggists. TJ. -- Decorator. : m iri f; 'ft ' f r --TV; -- v - price. Oilicc up - Uurit, In tuoJuucM Ituilillnt'. Grounvllle, Ky. onca aro expected always to win tho .honors and tho othors are expected to follow behind at a respectable distance. It would not so much matter about ordinary onlookers talking in this fashion if the students themselves were unaffected. Hut it generally ballpens that they accept the situation, believing the verdict, and their studios and outlook aro in consequpneo damaged. As a matter of fact, the verdict is very rarely truo. The prizes aro won much moro frequently by those who aro exceptionally Industrious, rather than by the exceptionally gifted, and it makes all tho difference in tho world if this fact is Appreciated. s Left Brims lb Cumberland Telephones Telegraph Co. Incorporated. Iliyniclan nuil yui'RCon. onicc Mtttu-cioH- DR. I. J. SLAtfON, ' ttlrcul tuar Malustrcfl- DEPOY, KENTUCKY We announce lo oiu that our stocks of ments are larger and ever in our history. line of lic :- -: i f - f. Shannon (oil SUutrlu Stun 5Mus ware-roo- CAM II0WAXO, waiil n. gi:a y. Furniture, Moldings. Wall Paper Wc carry on our floors and in our HOWARD & GRAY, the larccst variety of Furnitur" in Muhlenberg. If wc do not have what you want, we will get it for you. We hnvc factory con nections with makers of the finest goods in the country, and tKrough "Our Special Order A Little Good Paint in Time Saves $ $ $ When your buildings need painting, every day's delay costs you money. The sun, rain, snow and froit arc setting in their wotk.' Lumber costs too much to let it decay for went of a little paint. .It co.ts h In u i LAWYER'S. Office In trade and the pubgoods in ail departbelter selected than Wc carry a varied :- -: f ft Germ Sallrfini. opposite LaMcadc Hotel. ORS. HELTSLEY & HELTSLEY . GENERAL MERCHANDISE and can supply most of the wants of the people. In Dry Goods, Clothing-- Shoes, , OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS Mdtu-crM- plle Dcpvtmsat" A few days ago an old woman ofeflacy. sapj?lxny t'ftes then TatT wii xclu-- : i air,V thun to gp with- - Office at Home. East nrTCTSTf i erm- - Street. . mi 9T am GARTER UKTWKRX Louisville 11 and Chicago J) In Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Farm Implements and such goods out stocks are especially strong. In all departments prices will be found the lowest, and your visits will be highly appreciated. -: :- -: :- -: job-p- rices EST LINE TO California and the Vast Northwest Two trains daily French Lick and West Baden Springs. TXIOX STATION', W f) 1 Uodertakiiig Oeperlnienl Wc have just added an Undertaking Department to our business, and will cany a comprehensive line of Coffins, Cas-- 1 fj kets, Robes, Suits, Wrappers and Dresses. Also have a Hearse (f in sen'ice, on call anywhere. Orders in this line given prompt (Jj and careful attention any hour day or night. iJJ LOUISVILLE. I) E A U 150 UN STATION, CHICAGO. post-offic- Tcleplianes: Store, Ro. 1. fiipf, Ko. R or No. 3. Dinin? and Parlor Cars. Palace Drawing Room Sleepers. E. H. BAON, D. P, A.,' N. Y. The BRIDGES . v- & SHANNON CO. DEPOY, KENTUCKY - Cor. Uh aiul Mnrhet Sts. LOUISVILLE. KY. O). Kb. jp. A ! 4bk- - ' v Long-Distan- AT FACTORY PRICES W GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS iood Was Wrons i ha - 9 m U YORK CLIPPER $ NO. 270 npprovnlounl.i slice trial. It isortlierr.itcst importntice lo the (iuv Hid'jSv &. Horni-NCo. to have every otic wlioilcnli with us n vltcscd aid t AVohipal1 vehicles Dinvt front our I'm t cry C. O. 1). to Consumer Mibjctt to cxamitiniion b'.hX A'l women, wlw suffer. from Ihc aches and pains, due lo female ailments, are urged to try Cardui, the reliable, scientific, tonic remedy, for. women, Cardui aels promptly, yet geudy, and without bad effects, on the womanly system, relieving pain, building p strength, regulating the system, and toning up the nerves. During lie past half century, thousands of ladle's have written to tell of the quick curative results they obtained, from the use f this well-knomedicine. c-- ' Sample Copy Free. Cottr-tona- Shako-ppcaro- 's Satisfied t'lislnnn'r. NocfTott fainted to ni.iUc value in quality of each sliipmeiit in H , t material, workman-hipiinih mui tiyle cf vehicli-tha- t it will Ie a f.nsllii Advertisement - jiiv.-vmid briiiK iismnny orders in nturii. If you, 1) wlIiiiKyou on hoiii-sltnmde busy ai d iMIddlenL-m'nt a price lcss-tlil'rolit. uu will recommend our pods lo yt.ur Oi:r (!uarautrei.n'sohitelvnspoed tomirci : totr.eis ns it would Ik; to a dealer. If I'lMxIsnro not a- m- reseutisl your nionuy ii returned to yuu. VouM iKp no risk. We ninniifaelurr hnnrct Vclnclm and Mtriirae. ruMumi is piunry, 1!'! ::!: "nr;rt':.. Wi itu for our I:ri Ituwly cud llaim CutaU s'ru. fiLOUE BUGGY 6 HARNESS COMPW OWCtiSnOKO. KENTUCKY m m 1 TAKE Th mmms some Mrs, Jane Cailehan suffered from womanly trouble for ..I. nnmlii in r. juua. 1,, a iciici f...... Mri.il :il Tv7 O bile ituni w tiiiuviitu, IN. uiijr says: "I wns not able to do my own housework. My pi m stomacn was weak--, ana my didoci v.?s wrong. I had back- w nrhf. nnfl wnn vrfu lint iUair frirl envora! m did me no good. I used Cardui for 3 or 4 months, and now 1 I am in the best health I have ever been. I can never praise p" Cardui enough." It is the best tonic, for women. Whether seriously sick, or simply weak, try Cardui. i ij r T 7 1 WOOL V HIDESandFLUR! BtinDtakf3. for ".v WE BUY I t I'litt-ut- Write to: Ladies Advisory Deft., Chattinooja Akdicine Co.. Chattar.ooea, Term., lor bpcctaua:nteuonx, and -- iac byoK. Hone Trutnicnt for Women." cent free. 53 . ' Ro-ark'- E3& fcienfific jftttKan. ) ir anjDanK in louisthic. nc juinuai 1 rte lo our shippers, nine ior price iisi. Luahiillc, Kf ,H.SABEL&SONS Kelcrence: Wool Uafts rn ill, n ?i tfr vre can do t nr tommlssioa mctchanls. ujffiu? Subscribe i$ 'lire Record Only SOc. . 4 ... . 4 something more than the acre value Pels and Penalties. of the lands of the United Stctes ten It is always with fear and tremyears ago. bling that one strikes the note of Aii Independent Newspaper. warning against the dangers that Sr.AMCKNT.ss is due to irritation l'UIIMIIIKtl TimilKDATH II T menace through the family pet; but of the semicircular canal of the innow and then it has to be done, and ner car, and caviar is a preventive OltlEN I.. ltOAKK, Owkn Hick, all the more because of the fact that Secretary. of cholera. Pnvtlilcnt. These are two of the the dealer the pet the greater the Okikx L. Koakk, Kditor. latest discoveries in medical science. menace. It is hard to prove to the Telephone, No. 72. Persons with irritable semicircular people who admire their cats that Ortico In new annex rear of ore. ground floor. canals in their cars can escape mal this lovable, hugable, kissablc animal de mcr only by remaining on terra OTS MR YEAR. IN ADYAHCC. can be, an:l often is, a carrier of the Orma. The stomach has nothing to They worst kinds of discasc-gcrmdo with the case, except incidentally say, "Why, our cat is the daintiest, The Hubwriptlon price of tin jmjier Is p.iya and dieting before a voyage will blc in nilvnnee. nml when the time Iuih expired cleanest thing in the world. She to whleli It l p.ilil, the paper will lie stoppe.1. not help any. The discovery of the On nit of thanks, obituary notices, etc.. If not washes herself all the tunc" and it longer than ten lines, will be published free. A incurability of seasickness is discom charge of .V. per line will 1k made for succeedis quite true, she docs, only unforing lines. No variation of this rule to anyoi forting, and the coincident discovery tunately she has no knowledge of Free sample ooplen will be mailed. germicidal action of caviar on Advertisements will be Inserted. A rate card of the the germ theory, and those fastidious will bo furntshed on nijuest.. cholera microbes is hardly a compasses of hers over the surface of Address nil communications and mnkriill re KHC OK1) PKltSS. otlttanoort payable to ;... vlil... fr. pensation. Many people would her fur, although very satisfying to the alternative of taking cholera her own sense of cleanliness,- - have ""jnURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1911. or taking caviar a choice of evils, no effect whatever on the microbes Kntcrcd at the llreenvllle, Ky.. post(!llce as whereas in the advance stages of she may be unconsciously harboring. s matter. seasickness the latter would be more The germs of nearly all the epiterrible than the former to the demic and local diseases flourish These Socialists do not get alone victim, whojc fear is not that he upon the family cat, although the together any better than the rest of may die, but that he won't. animal'itsclf may not be subject. us do. Peace and concord at Ardcn The excellent example set by the In some cases it can both spread arc only skin deep, and at a S ci and have it itself diptheria is a conference in Milwaukee one of Pennsylvania Railroad managers in case in point. The thick fur, so the delegates denounced Congrcs beautifying and making smooth and tempting to stroke, can hold the innn Bergcr for disrupting the Social- sightly to the looker on from the car germs of typhoid fever, scarlet fever, ist party in Missouri. These quar- windows all available snaces alongmeasles, whooping cough or small rels among the people who are going side its tracks has been largely folpox. Resides these and many to emancipate as from ever) thing lowed by other roads. The Rail- others, ringworm and tapeworm can that impedes human progress toward way Gardening Association, which be spread in this way, as well :s the highest development makes us as lately held its fifth annual convenother skin disorders. timid about following them as the tion in Chicago, has approved the It is dreadful to reflect how often of R. V. Hutchinson, advertised warning "ttcwarc of im- suggestion a convalescing child is given the itations" around, perhaps what we landscape gardener of the Peni family cat to keep it company in its lines, to replace all the unlire about to buy is an imitation: exile from its playmates, and then, can we be sure that we would know sightly right of way fences of a'l the when the animal is turned loose in the genuine from the counterfeit? railroads in the United Stairs and the house without being boiled first, Hadn't we better get along without Canada with hardy flowering hedges. people arc quite astonished that the Much has already been done to it rather than run any lisk? influenza should spread through the make the open spaces about stations entire family after all their care. If Postmaster General Hitchcock and embankments along the road Of course the cat is not the only can save $9,000,000 a year on the sides good to look upon, but the culprit. Hogs, hoises and canary-bird- s railway pay for carrying the mails he proposed floral hedges would afford come under the same condemwill have to light all the railway a continuous delight to the weary nation, except that dogs are often It makes traveler. When it is considered companies of the country. given thourough batl s, especially no difference what the system of how many millions of people are house dogs. It is difficult to hug computation is, if it shall cut their every year carried back and forth and kiss canaiics, and horses seldom pay $o,ooo,oco they will go to woik on the rails, atid how much time is are allowed to sleep on the foot of on Longress to detent it. t Here is spent in travel, the effort to make the bed. I5ul whatever the nature rit question that since the present locomotion more agreeable is un of the pet 'may be, it is safe to make well worth while. scale of payments was arranged, questionably the rule that it should not be handled thirty five or forty years ago, the re The pleasure more than repays the much, especially if it is the ductions in the unit payments have cost. kind: then, if parents will sec to it been very much lessahan reductions An umbrella was found in the- that any animal allowed in the house, in charges for freight and passengers, or approached by the children, is and probably also the charges for stomach of a shark caught in Dela- kept scrumpulously clean, much of express service. The railroads ware bay a few days ago. Search thr. dancer will bc eliminated. It ttttr.q. r ownst, Uut-Uttrrrr-ilO- C ICtftlCCU lliclr vburg ought not to be necessary to add a of him was discovered. the Government in anything like the word of protest against the altogathcr ratio they have reduced their charges unwise habit of kissing or being kissCecilian Ys. Central City on Sunday to other shippers. That is ed by animal pets, and yet this Aug. 27, 1511. breach of decency is often commitcd On Sunday August 27, 191 1, the by otherwise fastidious people. . Arizona will be given a chance to come into the Union by the amended Cecilian base ball team will meet Give us your job work. Statehood bill, but on condition of the Central City team at Athletic remodeling the proposed State Con- Park in Central City. The Cecilian J. E. Coombs & Co. buy beef stitution to the President's liking. team is one of the strongest ball hides. Highest cash' price. For the first time in our history the clubs, outside of professional ball, people of an incoming State have in the state. They have pecn playSee Big Ben at Macks watchbeen obliged to submit to Federal ing classy ball all this season, and making shop. authority and direction in shaping have played some "nineteen games their fundamental law. It is -- true and lost only one. With Stamps Two houses and lots for sale; dethat if the admission of Arizona had as pitcher, who won the champion sirable property, well located. Apbeen resisted because the judiciary ship for Kossiosdale in the City ply at this office. 4L recall provision was in violation of League of Louisville in 1910, they Constitution of the United States are going to put up the strongest See Coombs & Co. before you and made the proposed State govern- fight possible. sell your beef hides. o 27 Central City will have the strongment unrcpublican in form the opof the season, and will We leave it to you to say how good is position would have stood on firm est line-u- p ground. Neither the president nor make the fast going Cccilians hustle our furniture polish. Wc know it is the sell under a guaranthe othe,r objectors, however, went to add another scalp to their string best we can buy, and tee. .If not the best you ever used, return of victories. Central City has seto, the length of declaring the and get your money quick and pleasrecall unconstitutional or unrcpub- cured the services of Pitcher Run-ya- n antly. ROARK. of Paducah, who has been pitchlican. Their arguments, therefore, Telephone Miss Lena Arnold and break down in the middle and leave ing fine ball, and with a few more changes this ought to be one of the have your laundry called for and them in the indefensible position of claiming 'that the making of the very best games .seen at Athletic delivered promptly. fundimental law of a State is a Park this year. Central City has function of the Congress and Ex- played 16 games and won 14 of them. The fans who want to see a ecutive of the United States. good game of ball cannot afford to It is possible that within the next miss this one. There arc regular ten years the owners of farm lands of trains on the L. & N. out of and Owensboro in the mornthe South, in addition to the annual Did you ever have your spectacles profit to be made by the cultivation ing, and. returning in the late afteror a piece of jewelry mended and on will be called of these lands, will make $5, 600,000,- - noon, The game examination you found a great pile 000 by the increase in their value, promptly at 2 45, so let everybody of unsightly lead all over the joint and perhaps on the article Itself, left bringing the value up to nearly $11,- - come and see the game. there by the jeweler? stupendous These 000,000,000. I USE 14 K. QOLD SOLDER figures illustrate the possibilities that Have You Failed? on all spectacles and jewelry, and may come to the owners of Southern How often on the rutty ronri finish the joint so neatly that you farm lands. Not every land owner Of Life have you relieved the load can't locate the break. will make From struggling shoulders and diswill share equally. Some If your watch Is sick I can remore, and some will make less, but pensed store It to health. it is fair to say that ten years hence The cheering word that recompensed LET ME SHOW YOU the agricultural lauds of the South Ambition for itb blows and scan Mccracken will have increased on the whole to And sped the dreamer to his stars? Watchmaker and Jowelcr such an extent that they will be When brutul tongues were wont to ltoiirk' Furniture store worth from $5,000,000,000 to $6,- ilout ' 000, coo more than they are worth And grant no benfit of doubt, Gyres "Golds" in any part of body. today. This unearned increment, When Gossip Hailed her stinging knout IJc'Icycs ANY Cotiith nn hour. as it may be called, will add enor And Envy btruek with poisoned fang, Dr. Fenner'sGough Honey mously to the wealth of the South. Can you recall that your word rang Whore oiliTiuetlu Ine fin till will Ihiiik n Cure Taken before rxjionuiv Uctwccn j 900 and 19 10 the aver To check the hurt and hold the shame nri, win-- , iwiriuimii.iu. l Tulip CI age value per acre of the agricultur Of smirch from olY a neighbor's name? Inilucnra. Whooplni; CoiikIi. Hj Tue&Oc. size bjrnwIICOv. i'reilouU, H. Y. aljands of the United Slates increas Or have you lived your life jn vain? During ed from S15.64 to $32.-48- . the same period the average acre Give your job printing orders to value of the South's agricultural The Record. lands increased from $6 SStoSis 84, Xhia signature is on every box of the genuine i'orch swing settees in various Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets makine the averaee value or tbe w 0 v5ic sanedy that curats u cold lu uuo agricultural lands, pf the. South J lengths and finishes at Roark's. Zf THE RECORD. RECORD PRESS, W. G. Duncan, Pres. W. A. WickliiTe, Vic SATURDAY BARGAINS AT Greenville J. L iolit & INCORPORATED Water Co, A. GILMAN, Gen, Mgr., Secty. and Treas. Long-Distan- BRIZENDINE'S Tremendous values in White lined Enamel Ware, s. 25 Cent Goods Pans To Seli For 10 Cenfs Plates Greenville Light Ofliee Hours: Saturday only The biggest 10c, Bargains wc have ever offctv cJ, The lot consists of following: 3 Qt. Milk 2 Qt. 9 in. Pie 12 d ( Pudding Pans in. Wash Basins & Water Co. (I.NCOIU'OIIATKU) 2J2Qt. Sauce Pans CP? ip 2'2Qt. 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You'd rather have instrumental. You can both be suited with a Victor Double-face- d Two records m one Record. h, long-haire- d - FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS $1. The regular price is $100. Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of $2$. Books and stationery are included. No time limit. If not ready now, buy one for future use. io-inc- h, Two records in one almost at the price of one 75 cents; $1.25. ROARK MUHLENBERG COUNTY J-- O SAVINGS BANK Greenville, Ky. PRINCIPAL Appreciating' your past patronage we solicit all or part of your future Banking' business. THOS. E. SUMNER, Cashier. LOUISVILLE. KY. BUSINESS COLLEGE. Second and Walnut Strcots. XMConroKATicn. THE FIRS! NATIONAL BANK W. D. BLACKWELL & BRO Something New! Gold Soldering General Insurance We represent the Home ance (o. of Insur N. 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. The standing and responsibility of the men that Rus-scUvil- le writes all who constitute our Board of Directors are a guarantee of careful, judicious management. kinds of farm and J Y. r vss. s. y ritv nrnnorfu LILT U1UUC1LT. j r- -r j - A Clean Man FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY GIVE IIS A :- elmer Outside cleanliness is less than half ths battle. A man may scrub himself a dozen times a day, and still be unclean. Gopd .health means cleanliness not only outside, but inside. It means a clean storauch, clean bowels, clean 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 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. Hlood diseases are found where there is unclean blood. Consumption and bronchitis mean unclean lungs. 111 -: BONDS Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery prevents these diseases. It makes a man's insides clean Hnd healthy. It cleans the digestive organs makes pure. clean blood, and clean, Iicalthy flesh. hdbit-formin- g . ircw-u- t CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE. BLACKWELL BRO S GREENVILLE, KY. . It restores tono to the nervous system, and cures nervous exhaustion and prostration. It contains no alcohol or drugs. Constipation is the most unclean unclcanlincss. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant PJl lets cure it. They never gripe. Easy to take as candy. KITCHER (ABINTTS AT ROARK'S. Job Printing See Us Before. Going The G recnvillc Light & Water Co., has moved into its new office building, and has (line and commodious quarters. has "Hig 15en," one of the best alarm clocks on the market. Mc SPECIAL Of TERM Court Is in Dedication Sunday of Powderly Bap' THANKS. tist Church. at The new Haptist church Powderly has been completed, and the dedicatory services will be held cxt Sunday morning, when Dr. W. II. Powell, of Louisville, will deliver the dedicatory sermon. Dr. Powell a noted divine, and his address The church ill be worth hearing. building is an honor to the people f that section, as it is commodious and modern. Free dinner will be served on the ground, and prepara tions arc being made to entertain a larcc crowd. farmer in Christian county, near the Muhlenberg line, has been offer- d 10 cents per pound for his tobac co, in the field, the purchaser to take charge now and do the cutting, housing, curing, etc. Tobacco crop light, and it ds predicted that prices will soar this fall, as the de, mand is going to be lively. A Muhlenberg Circuit Session, Trying Felony Cases. From The Surviving1 Members Of Tho Family Of Rov. and Mrs. G. P. Jeffries, Deceased. Father love and mother love! Undying, uneeasinjr, unchanging love; love that breathes a prayer for us whithersoever we go, what soever wo do or are. Love whose fires neither time, distance- - nor deaht ean quviich.- - Love that fails us not nor forsakes us. Though our lot. be cast upon the isles of the sea, it will follow us there.. If, by the grace of God, we as- eend to the topmost heigths of goodness ami greatness, of fame and fortune, i'rought with smiles, it follows us there. Though east down by the wicked one into the dark and dismal depths of dep redation, it will not forsake us. Though we may he a hopeless, homeless wanderer, friendless and penniless, th door of the world's welcome closed against us; but so long :is the pulsing tide cours es their precious bodies, father and mother, will stand with open arms of welcome to reeieve us. Though covered with wounds and bruises and grime from Uk buffeting of the world and sin their loving hands will cleanse us and soothe our puin, and their Imiwr words will awaken our ul'vpint. conat'iencp to brighter and belli Uiiugs. Oh, unutterable love! Deep s th bottomless pit; high as h ;'. n, broad as the universe; strong. than d'ath. Beivft of thee be reft of father and mother! Who ean know the burden of giief, th- - unspeakable lonliness. of the aching void rg of Muhl-n- b Good people 1 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-tu- b, or the whole house you're about to paint or varnish, enamel or stain we can supply exactly the article that will do it best. You can be sure of this because ve sell the perfect We are hereto serve you with anything in the line of printed stationery for your business ami person. . al use. BILL HEADS LETTER HEADS CARDS ENVELOPES WEDDING INVITATIONS POSTERS OR ANNOUNCEMENTS OF ALL KINDS Next Monday is county court day, and as farm work is pretty well over, it is k ly that a large crowd will be in town. The special term of circuit court will also be in session, and that will cause many people to be there. 1 The best quality of work at prices that are RIGHT I. C. R. R. LOCAL TIME CARD. Miss Lulic T. Mall of Kirksvillc, Mo., is the guest of Mr. and Mis. C. M. Martin, and is being entertained by her many friends. She lias been spending the winter in Atlanta, where she was with her brother, Dr. lilmcr T. Hall. Will Reno, colored, died at his no. south noi mi. I.ouUvllle KxiuTHw t'JnHmiiiU livftrii LuiiImvUIi' LlinluM. .. Coittml Cltj ncoiinmMliitlim mm'tii NOI' u. 1! IPs! 101 1IW Ml. IK Pmluenh and Cairo twwm Fulton noiiiunHlatin 10I Now Orleiiii. ltW N. O. njioi1. (I.ttiIIU imwr mil W.r.. CiiAwrouii. Apt. June 5. 1011. ll at 11.15 o'clock last Sunday night, from a complication of ailments that for many months had confined him The K. of P. .lodge inn to his home. )iu LNSani conducted the funeral and burial, .Ifti'" and the sermon was delivered by Rev. Irvin at the A. M. IC. Zion S.lSam I4.l0im church at 2 o'clock Monday after S.IOjun ) l.iwnin noon. When we get to teaching farming in our high schools it will quickly be recognized as one of the most im portant branches of study. special term of the Muhlenberg circuit court convened here Monday afternoon, Judge W. P. Sandidgc on the bence and the commonwealth being represented by lion. Randolph Mallory, district prosecutor, assisted by Mr. T. U. Jones, county attorney. This term is called for the trial of felony cases only, as un fortunately this part of the docket has grown to such proportions in the last few years, and so much time has been consumed on them, that there cases on the were always hang-ove- r civil docket, delaying matters that were of importance. It is thought that the docket will be practically cleared in the two weeks allowed, when the regular September term will come. A I'liTIT JURY. ACME QUALITY kind of paints, enamels, stains, varnishes, all carrying the guarantee mark. With every purchase of the "Acme Quality" kind we give you free "The Selection and Use of Paints and Finishes, "the only com plete paint book ever published. N. M. P.lackwcll, S. P. Miller, ). M. Gill, R. H. Lyon, A. L. Patton, M. L. Roggcss, Jack Reed, J. T. Spiirliu, J. G. Uarklcy, Jr., W. 1C. Smith, John MclSlvaine, J. F. Shutt, S. J. Motion, W. S. Mathis, R. A. Glenn, F. D. Hancock, J. S. Noft-singe- Pawpaws' arc ripe. Mr. W. O. Heichcr was spending a ew days at home here this week. Mr. John Martin, transfer man, as just received a new modern 'bus s hich will put him in first-clas- ACME Creenvilie Milling Co. (KIND (Incorporated.) r, Sun Bros.' circus here Sept. 13. Mr. Albert L. Martin, who for Mr. Wni. IWucndine spent last some seasons nas uecn connected Sunday in Louisville. ltli the Louisville agency of the Cole automobile, has received a Home rendered lard i2j4c. per deserved promotion, and is now in pound. J. E. Coomus & Co. Denver, where he has enlarged ter ritory, and will no doubt bring the Some of our young men arc preCole strongly to the front. J lis paring to take as their vacation the many friends here are pleased at the first two weeks in September; by a in jury progress Mr. Martin is making strange coincidence the grand the important auto field. will be working at this same time. Give Miss Lena Arnold your laundry; goods called for and delivered.' Mr. John Brizcndinc was in Louisville the latter part of the week on business. Needles for all sewing machines at I. C. Excursion Rales. The State Fair rates to Louisville ill be $4.20 for the the round trip; ckcts on sale Sept. 9 to 16, inclus vc, limited for return lo Sept. 20 W. G. Crawford, Agent. Uarklcy Bros, will have a fresh iln of brick open in a few days. Some, thorough work is being done the streets,- - which arc cleaner than they have been in manAycars. fcon timber term begins. St. 75 excursion on the 27th. Typewriter ribbons, all machines, at Roark's Summers was in the latter part of last week, town the first visit he has made to town since he returned to his old home at He has been carles in February. busy at. work on the farln. Mr. Clarance Freak storms and hail and .wind "Gentleman farmer" is now the have done vast damage to property title of the cultivator of the land, and crops in various parts of the and the man who still thinks of him country during the past week. as "hayseed" shows that his.eyes are closed and his brain is not working. .This is a trial court only, during More knowledge is required to the special term, so no one need properly care for the land and secure leave town on the idea that they are its full powers of production, than is dodging the grand jury; that will necessary in many of the Several persons are planning to only come with the regular term, in professions. take the $1.7 ? excursion to Louis September. ville next Sunday aftemoou. If you have a watch or clock out . A TJissell carnct swecner will The traveler will have extra good last longer than 40 corn brooms, of running order, jewelry to be re costing .from $12 to $15; the sweep paired, or sewing machines out of service, witn a new 'dus to care tor to the depot. Sec them at service, bring them to McCracken him crs cost $3 to and have other advantages and get firstclass guaranteed work. Roark's, The last examination for appli features ex than the money-savin- g n inmate of the asylum at cants for schools was held here last plained. Hopkinsville died monday of pel Friday and Saturday, and there were Let Mc fix your clock. few persons attending, as most o lagra. the teachers have taken the exam Circle C Ranch wild west show Judge Sandidge, as is his custom, ination and arc at work. was here afternoon and night last keeps right up with the docket on Friday, and while the outfit is a the special term of court, and by There should be general and im small one the performance was fair, thus working in season has an oc mediate interest in the proposed and attendance was good. casional rest spell, awaiting routine agricultural course and experiment calls. stations here in connection with the BMcCracken has the largest high school. stock of dials for timepieces ever Burr Grist Mill. If you want a milk chocolate carried in the countv. and can fit My new burr grist mill is m opcr strawberry milk or Himbo Flip, w the court house.clock anything from ation; call on your merchants for have it. Taylor & Poole. to a toy watch. White Flint meal. Also ready to furnish the public with chicken feed There was a special meeting o The streets around court square and chopped corn. the city council Tueiday evening have been cleaned thoroughly, and jl 28 J. A. Shaveu. at which time the resignation of Mr the appearance and odor are vastly James Tinslcy as ass's'ant marsha improved It is to be hoped that arrangements was accented. Mr. will can be perfected whereby the agri continue as private nignt watchman Fresh, smoked and salted meats cultural course can be added to our for the many businees concerns with of all kinds at J. E. Coombs & Co' high school. This is one of the which he has a contract that will b market. 020 most important branches that can be in force for almost a year. taken now, and all students who Notice to Stockholders. show proficiency have at least half a Mrs. C. IJ. Summers and daughter The annual meeting of the stock dozen offers of good jobs before they Mrs. W. O. Bourland, were here thi holders of thT: Greenville Light can complete the course. week on a short visit to relatives. Water Co. will be held at the Court -- II. H. Adkins, Walter Lov-cl- l, W. T. relborn, Jesse Murphy, Wm. Jenkins, M. II. Neal, John Payne. Matters have been moved right along, and under the guidance of the judge, only about a day is re quired to get a murder ense in the hands qf the jury. The attendance has not been heavy, but each case attracts a crowil of witnesses ami pcisons interested, so that the court room contains a goodly crowd each day There is noticeable brevity in the snccchcs ot the lawyers, both in prosecution and defense. Arthur McKinlcy, charged with the murder of Tom Wimberlcy. colored, at Cleaton, was tried Mon day, but after the jury had the case several hours and was unable to reach a verdict, the judge dismissed the iurors. and the case will be tried at next term. The trial ot Mann Strader for the killing ot Scy Putty is set for today, and will attract large nd much interest. The case against Alex McCIurc for killing Phil Jenkins, both color cd, was starte,d on trial yesterday morning, and it was thought would reach the jury before night. John Hawkins and son, Kitich, were tried jointly for the killing of Elwood Campbell last October The jury gave the boy a sentence of to 21 years, and the father was acquitted. There will probably be a short anu session ot court Saturday, perhaps none at all, as the docket may be cleared up to that time. shape to' aake care of the traveling public. Mr. and Mrs. James Rk Morgan, of South Carrollton, were here Tues day, quests of Mrs. Jennie i. Roark, nd visiting other relatives and friends. Remember the dedication services at the Powderly Haptist church next Sunday. Tobacco buyers are beginning to look around, and arc spotting all the desirable crops. The crop is going to be very shoit this year, and on account of the drouth, the ielil is going to be light. The prices will be correspondingly high, though, and buyers arc likely to bj thick and active. Mr. James Morgan, of South Car rollton, who is one of the leading business men there, has gained the title of farmer, as he recently sold five pigs, six month old, and one calf,foulv months oli, fothe sum of $73.51. Mr. Morgan- - raised :he stock at his home in town, at small expense and uith little, trouble, and finds that his early experiences on the farm come in handy yet. The special session of Congress adjourned Tuesday afternoon. ft AIR WATER VERMIN BURGLAR . PROOf okavk tiiHlif.t aliAoluto protoi tlou ncnlnsttlio rav uccft of tho liiiinnii U'houl, tininuila, iind I airtight ami waterproof. vermin, ImrroTTlnfT A JIAKKU A AljlA Miould bo vniplojoil in every burial. JUado in uU sizes. THE RJlifKR I llC ; ; DA1Ci m'Koi.AR-ruoo- r vault Mr. ,qUtcai The people of Greenville doubtless do not appreciate our advantages along many lines, and especially as to the special service wc are receiving by the day current supplied by the water and light company. The number of central stations in the United States is some 5,700, and of these only 2,400 supply day current. Many towns Jen times as large as. Greenville do not have this great convenience, and now we depcnd as much on that as we do the night service, almost, as quite a number of manufacturing plants depend wholly on the electric current for power, as well as lights that are frequently needed in daylight hours. county, our father and mother lived and died in your midst.. from Hardly had we the falling blow occasioned by mother's death than fat In r w;is cabled away. In each extremity you stood by us like faithful friends. Your frbndly and words of cheer will linger forever in our memories. You cast the light of christian sympathy upon our gloom and the flow mSf.oflmmhu kindness at. our SOet We thnalc you. Wc thank you. For every word and deed that eonlribnitcd in the least to lite contribuited' in the least to the and mother ,while living among yon, and for your f iith fulness in their bust illnes and death, and to the faithful press, which like a taitnuu monitor, sounuea inr the befitting word for these faJ len Soldiers of the Cross, we fe;l profoundly grateful. Thank yo, one and all hand-elasp Annually on Dissecting Tables. The BAKER VAULT carried in stock by The J. L. KOARK Litto of Fimcrnl ( ESTATE, Greenvilie. .unci 13 rial GoocIh. 1 Champion Chomicgl Car Sole Makers, 5pringffekl, QfijoTjl The highest medical authority on Sir James Crichton Browne, LLD. of London, . F.R.S. gives the best reasons for eating more By Yv The Children. P. Jeffries. House and Laud for Rent. The Captain Roark property, ; room.housc, stable, fine water, sever al acres of land, ready for cultivatioi located just outside of town, on tw streets, will be rented rcasonabh l'inc location, desirable home. Ap ply to Oricn L. Koark, Greenville. Ky. 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, Hear varied selections on the Victor talking machines at Roark's The world's best music, as well as all the popular selections, speeches, bands, orchestras, instrumental so los, quartettes. Victors range in price from S'10 to $100. Victrolas Large Horary of re 575" to $250. cords and all kinds of tal :ing machine supplies. Rheumatism More than nine out of ever ten cases of rheumatism are simply rheumatism of the muscles, due to cold or damp, In or chronic rheumatism. such cases no internal treatment is required. The free application of (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 o 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 Scotch)'has been in some measure due to the stimulation of the thyroid gland by oatmeal porridge in childhood.' The Scotch eat Quaker Oats because it is the best of all oatmeals. BETTER MATTRESS FOR LESS MONEY Let us prove to you that the Steams & Foster Windsor grade Mattress is superior to any S15.00 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. 5e Liniment I STEARNS & pOSTER I I y Every Wai.tham Watch move- ment Is guaranteed b the mnu. (Hdurrrs pgnint-- t any lfect in inntcrwl or construction. This guarantee is without tlmo limit, nd holds good tho world over, is all that is needed and it is cer tain to give quick relief. Give it for yourself how a trial and ouinklv it relieves the pain and soreness. Price 25c; large size, 50c s-1 MATTRESS WINDSOR GRADE 50 A positive guarantee oi mdney back if not satisfactory on 60 nights' trial. Come in today. We've got all the good things at very reasonable prices. I J In llioy nrv In the the l'itn lt'f n trui'd disoa. llcaitlium. Inditmn tflomat't twinM'- J. L. ROARK Estate I House m'the city of Greenville o Sent. 4th. ion at S o'clock P. M J. A. Oilman Sccty Give us your job work. Roark's furniture polish is some what bettlBthan the rest, and is sold consideraSm cheaper, and with the broadest euMantee money back if not better thllkany you ever used Summer fur Dr. W. O. Bourland, of Sulphur niture, porch (Jkla., who with his wife is visiting in use sets, la w n relatives at Farlcs, passed throned We lmvo ft large assortment of goods, s c t here this week en route to 'Rochester, Waltham Watches in Gold, Gold tecs, cots where he spent a few days fishing Filled, Silver and Nickel Cases. Old Hickory A. E. Ma CRACK EN. chairs and If you make a good fanner out of him about th rockers, etc a boy you have given in Roark': best means of a livelihood. Help in the effort to have an agricultural course in our high school. wakes kidneys end bladder right stock. Waltham Watches nov 2,000,000 ii Wo tlmiK 01 n- mrtnm of. and not di.?ft-s- symptom-- , Ncnv siokiiiss nnihiitit ri. It va tht fiirf that tiiM thrivr!y led Dr. Shoop rnatliin vi Us nnv v ry jioiiilnr Stnmnrli Ronydv nr. Shiiiiirn lltutiirntiv.-- . tioinir oitvet ti) t!H' Mnioacili tirrri. nlon- - brought thiit siiroes niul favor 10 lr. hoopnnd h' 15torailv. Without that original unl hiKhly Ital princlplo. no For itojnacli di.strvj. blimtinir hiiioiuniht. leu1 hreath nnd sallow complexion, try Dr. Khoop'j UMtoratlvon-Talili-or l.liiulil and seo for your self liat it ran and will du. Wo sell end cheor-(uiiy only ol a lortiun upocltlc lypt,P'i!i. j mi (iNCOKrOKATBD) tclcohonos of this Company cnablo you to talk almost anywhoro in Southern Indiana, Southern Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi aid Louisiana. Wo can put you in crutck and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section of the country. Lonrr clistanoG linos and Wo solicit your patronage. able. Rates reasonEquipments and facilities LELAMD HUME. Ucu'l MET couplet Foley's Kidney Cure v KVi 5 E. CALDWFJ.L, T. D. WEBB, TrcoasiQS. ROARK Furniture, WaJlpsper, Shades, Moldings. Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper.1, Slippers, Grave Vaults. Disinfection ROARK WHERE DYNAMITE IS KING Fill- Stupendous Job of Tunneling and ing Being Done In New Jersey Mountains. IWIiy "Dr. Miles' Nervine Raised Me From & & &f 1$ i$ & & & & f 1 & jM t 1 &m &t ent Whoa the Krniulfnthor of the presrasnr found his englneors disputing as to the tost route for n railway botwcon two cities in his dominions, tho autocrat took rules and pencil and drew on the map a M might lino from mo one town io uie r.iuer. "nuild It so!" he mmmaiuled. And he. was obeyed. That was the ironic of despotism. In this present century, skilled engineers sot themselves a like task at a saner bidding. Up in the mountains of Now railway Is busy Jersey today a that, when completed, with n will shorten fli right of way by a few miles. Incidentally, this Is the largest railroad contract ever undortalteu. f is being built to save miles Tke nothing else. To that end. tho topography of ill ci.imtry Is dlarogard-- . disrecd as rcckleisly as the Simgarded It In Uiifcaia ply, tho road must run whore ihe company wiehes It to run. nU where offer a path. A mountain In the a valley that way muft he tutint-kdInterposes must lo filled. It Is for this sort of work that the god of dyunmite finis up his loins and idles miracle on miracle In About thtrteen cars achlcvomont. loaded with dyi.nniit are sent to the from the nmiel vowdor works f each week. Allow kg four hundred nnd fifty cases, of fifty pounds each, to a car, we have a total of 202,500 pounds need there In a slng'o month, thousand Which amounts to almost pounds dally. .Inst tt'lnk or It ten thoutand pouucU of dynamite exploded In that rioolc amid the mountains evory day! .And that has been going on for a year already, rnd the end Is not ' yet. the This Gravel-Mr- s. is Tyior Not Our Name has been before lhe.public for 30 years, most of the time right on the spot where we arc now located. statement to make, but it is exactly what Mrs. Thomas Taylor, of Ilium, Texas, saiil in expressing her opinion of this remedy. a strong much confidence in it. I can nevqr say enough for your grand medicines. If anyone had offered nic 100.90 for the second bottle of Nervine that I used 1 would have said '110 indeed.'" MRS. THOMAS TAYLOR, Itluni, Tex. Nervous exhaustion is .1 com"Dr. titles' Restorative Nervine railed me front the rtkvc anil have 1 Read iTiie Our Aim if) trat cut-of- f Courier Journ 9 1 constantly has been lo sell Ihe best goods in our lines, at the most reasonable prices. Our services arc of the highest grade, our wares the best, and our equipment compares with the best of the larger cities. We endeavor constantly lo increase our usefulness. cut-of- er mon occurence of modern life. The wear and tear on the nervous system is greater now than at any time since the world began. For sleeplessness, poor appetite and that "run down" feeling, nothing is so good as SL t Our Claim On your patronage is based on a service the duration of an ordinary life time, and a square deal assured every one. The accumulated experience and knowledge of this third of a century arc at your command. HENRY WATTERSON Editor. IT R NISI I YOl" Dr. Miles' Nervine Your nerves are your lift and lack of vital energy makes existence a miser'. Dr. Miles' Nervine will tone up your nervous system. Ask any druggist. If tho first botttolaits to benefit, your money is returned. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. Wli CAN The J. L. ROARK Estate. ORIEN L. ROARK, Manager C $1 - THE RECORD AND 1111: cut-of- rrURNITURZ SL UNERAL tstdblisiied I8Z9 Long Distance DEALERS-IRE- tn WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L Si x Telcpnones: Store 72; Home 103 Bulbs of all Kinds in Stock.. Miss l.cna Arnold has in stock all kinds of bulbs, and now is the time Following to begin the cultivation. are ready for delivery, vxuV "orders taken for others, and prompt deChinese Sacred livery guaranteed: I.HIics, ioc each, 3 for 25; Papsr White Narcissus, Cirandillura, 2 for 5c, 30c tloz; Roman Hyacinths, Single White, 5c each, 50c do.; Bedding Hyacinths, Dutch, 5c each, 60c do.; Forcing Dutch Hyacinths, 10c each, St. 00 doz; Tulips, mixed, BOTH ONE YEAR FOR &J 1 tV)i LEGACY BROUailT , Trouble MUCH WOE Mem-t $1.15 can also srivc liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier-JournaVe l. Thst Catr.e on Sccialtst bcr of Rcichctag Through cf Admirer. -' A Tlic Greatest Rose Novelty of the Century BLUE ,c& ROSE-J- x The New Rose (Violet Blue) Hailctl by the Rose Grovfcrs as the Forerunner of the Corn-Sen- d floncr llluc Rose. Very ous antl hardy. Free Blooming FWien you want- - t)j - Much numrenini has bcn caused 'in Ucrlln. particularly among .members of the relch.trg. by the history of a legacy left to a socialist member by an admiring, fellow socialist at Frankfurt. This man. a humble tailor, loft all his woildly belongings to tho politician as a mark of his roapect and .esteem for rno principles 01 socialism. 20c do.. 1119 toiai vaiut 01 me voiniu proved at about ?330, which was duly !tgatce. Thou his handed over to th? troubles began. The widow, who had been separated from her husband for mnfiy years, claimed half the estate; nnd though her it gal tights were nil, the socialist, trve to bis principles, gave hor ?17." which she asked. .Short ly afterwards, the municipal authorities came forward and claimed $100 In respect that tho tailor had received poor relief for some time past, and this amount was also handed over. Even then, however, tho troubles of tho logatco were not yet ended. One day there arrived at 3.1s home a large .case, for which e Lad to pay $72. Refusal to accept the case was impossible, as It wps explained tint It con tnlncd an urn in which were tho ashes White Sewing Machines, in of the doad tailor, who. In accordance .with his exprersed desire, had been rotary and vibrator; needles, cremated, with the resu'-- that his estate was liable for the crematorium shuttles, etc. in stock for all fees, and the legatee was properly tho machines. ROARK'S STORE. 1 ne owner 01 uie nsiics. socialist member thus found hi legacy reduced to three dollars, and as there Is still Get polled plants and cut flowers como stamp duty to be pnid ho will from Miss Lena Arnold. probably flnd'himsolf out of pocket before the matter Is ended, whllo There .appears always to be a risk of fresh Take your beef hides lo J. E. claims being put in. 1 t Write Courier-Journ- al ComCi for anil Price List j- 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 Courier Journal. JOHN E. RACKEBRANDT -t I'fiticctoti, Ky. XLhc IRecorb EKGRAVEPc5 Ride with Deal at home as much as possible. Build up your J Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality. 'ell KAKUFACTURING The Greenville Transfer Co.! i They meet all trains, day and night, with Bus 1 and Baggage wagon. $ This will home town. make you a better home market and enhance the J value of your property. JUST RECEIVED Many Patterns of 1911 Wallpaper THE OLD RELIABLE KILL the COUGH AND CURE the LUNGS Dr. King's New Discovery WITH soo & si.oo. Trial Bottle Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. rlln . m -- uyvno OLDS PBICE Coombs & Co. and get the cash. GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OB. KON7 REFUNDED. Uest work, prompt service; give vour Iaundrv to loc Morcan. who will appreciate your patronage. If you have not heard the Victor talking machines, call at Roark's. If you have heard them, call again and often; they never grow tiresome. Larpe- library of records and all ckinds of talking machine supplies. See the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Roark's. Strong Compact Perfect The Dcg's Bath. Several patterns of swing porch drps need grooming as well as the varieties. To settees at Roark's, and you arc inkeep them in gcod condition they vited to call. should bo well brushed every morning. Opinions differ as to the washing of terriers, lr.aiiy people saying they fcboulri not bo washed frequently, bran n7YUa,''4kYn'S,7r,"ih'e r. .mm. .tcnie. .!.!!.. to or sawdust being rr.bbed well Into me IncJi simplr, pne-r AND thalr coats to cleanse thorn; but peral.f"llo(Mur. Mm- Q Mj sonal experience with fox terriers .f m - copy free If jou mint proves that thoroughly washing the-- i ,,,,h' c with geed soap and warm water and ncivJnM IJoitoa. MiM. 1 a, disinfectant 4?ncc a week will keep them sweet and clean, and absolutely free from tleas and vermin of any description (of course, provided that bedding, etc., receive proper attention). The i'cg n.ut to well dried and brushed and soap thoroughly B AmorlcaarhoUgraphy V rinsed- ofT, especially from the ears,, or it may cauec canker of tlfo ear, which Is a common complaint, and may often he relieved by shaking a large pinch of boraclc acid powdor Into the oar Very three times a week. Short-coated long-haire- iaM OT 0? Accurate JrX V'''vt(. ' Standard Visible Writer Enables the operator to sec every word as written without raising feature. carriage, saving time and trouble. Possesses every The 20th century success. In use by U. S. Government, 157 railroads and largest mercantile houses in many countries. Handsome booklet free. Lake St., Chicago. THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER CO., 10T-1- nlYsnniiioii !r"28 . 1'::;:;.,.'. IPHOTO - JfJ Telephone No 5 and your laundry Guns Ohnltra fnfantumt will be called for and delivered. Serious It is a very serious matter to ask Fine Mink Furs fcr Prize Dog. for enc medicine and have the It Isn't every dog that can boast of wrong one given you. For this falec hair and wear two sets of fur reason wc urge you in buying to brazenly, jutt as thouch It didn't care be careful to get the genuine who knew that one of them was not Its own hair. But oven tho grammar will grudgingly admit that there are exceptions to a'l rujes. This time tho exception Is Orage Lady Jane, owned, Liver Medicine controlled and led by J. I Lane. The coat with which Lady Jane will The reputation of this old, reliable medicine, for constipation, inbe stepping at out in in a few days Is digestion and liver trouble, is firmmink and will cost $250. The nvde of ly established. It docs not imitate coat Is striped with dark and light other medicines. It is better than dangling talis. .Conir'nk and has others, or it would not be the fasidering the past records of Lady Jano vorite liver powder, with a larger Mr. Lane doesn't think he Is doing too cale than all others combined. much for the dos. SOLD IN TOWN F2 "She, wins in about every show I T57 "have exhibited her," Lano said. "Sbo'll be n dazzler in that outfit. It's a The largest line of the best baby slfamo to Lido her natural color and wfth oven mink skins, but you carriages in town are on display at charms kjoow tho wind these days Is cutting." Roaik's. Joe MorgYin solicits that grocery k. rw.u mil MAKF5 order, and will show his appreciation (TEETH IMG lrWDEPJ)wiaR by supplying the best goods at the St. Loais, Mo, Costs Only 25c at Druggists, or mail 25c to "j. 1. MOFFHT, M. very lowest prices. Quick delivery Mother! Hvsltatv no longer, hut save the health and life of your child, as thousands havo done, by giving these powdcis. and courteous treatment. TEETH IN A. is easily given ana qutcmy counzcraczs una over- Jny Diarrhoea, Dysentery, and tho Bowel Troubles of Children of Jrgc. Aids Digestion, Regulates the Dowels, Slrenctli-.- n. tithing easy. . BLAckTraugHT Typewriter ribbons, legal blanks, document covers, carbon paper at this office. Telephone that grocery want to Joe Morgan and get the best goods at lowest prices. Miss Lena Arnold asks the patron and guarantees that satisfactory work will be done in her clothes cleaning, pressing and repairing shop. The Record 50c. per year. comes the effects of the summer's heat upon teething children SOfUBERLANO Longf TELEPHONE (iNCOIirORATBD) , TELEGRAPH CD, I age of the public, a?? this Company cnablo you to talk almost anyvhero in SouLhorn Indiana, Southern Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Wlississtppi artd Louisiana. Wo can put you in quick l cnticf nptnrif Ofimiim!rl-inir.inlfi of rs i rvronKrirr?f inn rf rnnntru Vc solicit: your patronage. Rates reasonii-ifr!4-- l dtstanoo linos and tolophoncs or able. Equipments and facilities- - COME md SEE JUEM The ROARK' ESTATE MES E. CALDV;Fi.L, LFLAND HUME, Ueu'l Ifxri T. D . WEfSS,