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The investment is Get our rates, is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clavj o:tc., and the most inviting field in Ken- - Muhlenberg Colinty n T" Sgg)iaIKS3LJ tucky for investment of capital and pluck. v'nmxm'arwrnTTTririrr-iij VOL. XIII. NO. 29. BUTTER AWARDS WILL Kentucky TIio follow In- GREENVILLE, KY.t THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1911, Fair Dates. - 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE THE RATE TO CHICAGO SEDUCED. TEMPT THE FARMERS NEW DEPARTURE PROVIDED, AT SUGGESTION OF EXPERI-MENSTATION. T - are tin- latc Hxril tor holding tin Kentucky Fnlm fur 1011 no fur im reported. OillccrM of fulrw are nwui'lt'I to rcpurl to tin any oittiiiiefeloiiK or t'lirrooUoitH of ilatin. Aujnial W Silajrt. .S.IIIHM M't, Allgllttt '10 3 ll h. Kulum, AuiruHt -' & llutilHtotvn, Allgutit 30 I lay. ilnyn. 1'ranKlln, AtiKUxt .11 ParU. SoptemlM'r I -- Gtliijrit. Moutli'L'llo, SiteinlH!r 5- - I ilajn. Alexandria, Seittuilt!l' ft fi ilnyn. Mount Ollvit, sept umber 6 I ilaym. ittHlKCiivlllc. September S- - 3 Hayn. Sanilers, Septeiiilter 6 I tiny. Keutuuky Stuto LuuImvIIIc, September ll"(la.VH. SejttiH-Ul- t a ilayu. September Huiiit' Cave, September JO -- I .lay. Munnintowti, SeptcmlH-- r il -- a daji. (ilaKo , September 27 ilaj . Muytielil, September (la.H. ' l'nilneali. October 3 I ilavn. Murray, October II I day. Motion Route Announces New Schedule of Fares One Way nnd.'Iound Trip. lraiikforlAllRiit " m9 :4 in '.V . .... P and sorghum inoliifsos will he placed Un- - hnrtlHiltunii department. Here toforo it has been n part of the Held, seed and grain depart mont. The horticultural deimrtmu'nt always is one of the nnst Interoating at the big fair, and not nlouo to the residents of t ho rural soctiouR, and the. addition of those diiplBvs will increase the interest nmtoriully. Mombors of the state fair board express the opinion that a more important feature than that ot cromicry butter will be hard to find and 'the display is expected (o bo such as to evidence the load which Kentucky lias taken in this phase of agricultural endeavor. The experiment station of Kentucky State university recommends the creamery buttor display. 15locinl ultiitUon will lie givMi this year in connection with the Kentucky Stale Fair to creamery hutter. The nmnagumout ileuiros to oncounige this EXCELLENT AS CORN CUTTER industry in Kentucky and it litis hren decided thr.t creamery hutter, "oney Two Old Saw Blades Bolted Onto Piece of Timber Makes Indispensable Farm Implement. An excellent corn cutter may bo constructed t an expense of less than a dollar If two old saw blades are ilaj (turn. . ELECTRIC BRAND available. Bolt tho front end of the cutting blade on top of a pleco bf 2 by 4. Hip the second pieco of 2 by 4 About four iuchoR and lot the blado A til fa 11 What Are You Going To Do This Year IW B H v. FBEE ADMISSION NIGHT POPULAR INNOVATION FOR NINTH ANNUAL STATE FAIR. HI fl (. Good H One-Hors- e ax4 it KY. LONG Q yr Corn Cutter. by way of making your business successful ami your domestic life full of Save your home by having your pleasure, if you arc not supplied with flues repaired. Barkley Bros, do telephone service of the Cumberland this work in best manner. Telephone & Telegraph Company? Kvcryonc should have a telephone. You arc connected with all outside important points in local connections with all residences and business hous es. For any information call man ager, : : The Monon Route announces tha it will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago at $6 one way, instead of $8 as formerly, and $12 round trip, good 30 days return ing, instead of $16. Patrons arc of fercd exceptionally good service by the Monon, which on night trains fiom Louisville operates Compart nient and Drawing-rooPullmans as well as the usual straight sleeper, The day trains have Parlor and Din ing cars, and the very finest modern new coaches. Inquiries cheerfully answered by E. II. Bacon, D. P. A., Louisville Ky. ' BITTERS MEDICINE THAT BROUGHT US HEALTH THIS PEERLESS TONIC and STRENGTH GIVER is an unrivaled remedy for all troubles of STOMACH, LIVER AND KIDNEYS BUILDS UP THE CURES INDIGESTION RUH-DOW- H I I IT PURIFIES THE BLOOD IT STRENGTHENS THE NERVES THE BEST FAMILY MEDICINE ON EARTH TRY IT. PRICE 50c AND $1.00 PER BOTTLE SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY J. H. HAYES Decorator. Painter and Interior All DENTIST. Crown and Bridge Work done prices. Druggists. "I'LL BE THERE; WILL YOU?" Slogan For All Kentuckians Is AdoptPerry's Viced By Management tory on Lake Eric. Dozens of now du)artnients and attractions which have boon created by tho state fair board, for the coming 9th annual state fair do not by any means constitute all of the inducements to the public tc attend, as a proposition which cans the climax for generosity has boon linally decided upon. That is to admit the public to the big horse show at night in the pavilion free of charge. To he exact, the 6nly requisite for admission to this she- -, one ,' . .which will include dor.ons of horses Which have carried off .I'emlums in liomtllxTiTusItTti sho'ws In tbe'ebun-tj&irtwllMio to buy a OckeT for adinis- slon at the Site. In 'the past an extra admission fco of 25 cents has been charged for the privilege of the horse show held each night. The only exception to tills rule will be that a few seats will bo roped off But . and tickets lor these will bo sold. those not wishing to pay an extra quarter, oven iiougli the horse show will bo worth double that sum, may see it in perfect comfort by occupying free of charge any of the seats not reserved to be sold. For Kentucky's Benefit. A3 a result of this and other induce-menttho greeting, "I'll be there; will you?" is expected to bo heard on all hands prior to and during fair week. By tho way, ther"e is a good "ileal of real patriotism embodied in this expression, "I'll bo thorc; will you?" when it is heard In connection with the big show which is being pre pared for tho people of Kentucky.' This will not be a fair for tho material benefit of one man or set of men. Many business men are giving up their time, and going to much trou-hiwithout recompense of any character, in order to make the fair a success. Tens of thousands of dollars will bo paid out to Kentuckians iu premiums, tho industries nnd resources of the state will be helped and the citizens given an opportunity to see and loarn, at a cost of fifty cents each, more than could be 'seen or learned under such circumstances anywhere olso in tho country oxcept at a similar institution. Theroforc, when a along about the time stato fair week approaches is heard giving his neighbor this greeting, he is interested iu encouraging Iho exhibition of tho products of his home state and ho is entitled to all crodit. Tho Kentucky State Fair is developing each year more and more into a place where friendships are renewed, relatives ftro met, voters arc corralled and conventions of all characters held. In the past the convention tent has been located at an placp hard to llnd and poorly located. Secretary P. M. Shy has decided this year to locate it to the left as tho visitor to the ground enters, directly opposito tho Model School - building. A commodious tent will' bo provided and all, arrangements, necessary to the holding of the (liferent gathciingo made. Bureau of Information. Still another innovation, and one which most probably will appeal to the public forcibly, will bo a Bureau of Information located just at tho point where tho main road for pedestrians branches off around tho semicircular piece of lawns used, as a resting place. Secretary Shy snys that In this Bureau of Information ho will have established a man who known his business and who will freoly give any information as to points around tho fjiir grounds Perry's famous . victory on Lake Erie; which scon is to bo celebrated in an imposing mannor by representatives of Boverol suites, together- - with the national government, will bo among tho fire works features. This is a feature not only apropos but one which promises to bo of thrilling InKen-tuckia- n Into it." Holt underneath the last 2 Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Co. by 4. Cover this frame with a Incorporated. platform. Two men stand on the platform and catch the corn as it falls. With it they can cut from six to seven acres per day. . DR. J. W. BARLOW, at reasonable Odlce up statrti, In the Jones Building. tt Greenville, Ky. ITiie f. BRIDGES & HA10N (fl.I - COLLIES MADE VERY USEFUL Furniture, Moldings, Wall Paper DR. T. J. SLATONi PhyHlclim Ofllcc CAM Mitln-eroii- a mid Mitrscon. Htrcr.t fi We carry on our floors and in our ware-rooAnimals Can Easily Be Taught to Go Long Distances Into Pastures the largest variety of Furniture In or W.oocJs for Cows. Muhlenberg. If we do not have what you want, ve Wo do not think collies are dangerwill get it for you. We have factory conous with children. We have raised two farm puppies and they became nections with makers of the finest goods firm companions for the children nnd in the country, and through "Our Special wo never knew them to snap at the Order Department" can supply any exclulittle ones or show n disposition to sive articles at less prices than city stores harm them, says a writer in an ex or mail order houses. change. Collies are very useful on Our Picture and Room Molding-stock- s 'the farm. They enn easily be taught to goalorjc jong distances if neces- are always complete. sary- intoMhcpasturcs- - or woods for Wallpaper is novra,'staple,articic'of mer the cowb, bringing ttfcm homo night chandise, being used all the year 'round and morning for milking. It is far And we always have full selections, prices 5 cents and up per roll ElTOur Engraving Machine Is the only one in this part Of Kentucky, and we are exclusively prepared to supply individual Name Plates, which we furnish on all outfits without extra cost. nrar MaliiHtrcrt. lb DEPOY, KENTUCKY Wc announce to our that our stocks of ments are larger and ever in our history. line of lic :- -: HOWARD. V'AIW tt. GRAY. HOWARD & GRAY, A Little Good Paint in Time Saves $ $ $ When yourbuiWingsneed punting, everyday delay cot you money. The svm, 'mb. now awl frort are getting in lhr Woiic. iLwiuW coats too much to let it areay for want' "a liaie paint. Tt costs lest to use good pam. ,iaa- to ' . 1 utn n. w iuc nouiiag lV. gea pawn-r- oa ew no out work. LAWYERS. Office trade and the pubgoods in all depart- - ' better selected than We carry a varied Is Grrrn Bnildlnj. epposltelaMcaie Hold. x v : DRS. HELTSLEY & HELTSLEY OSTEOPATHIC NYSICIANS ' Office at Home, East Maia'crocs Street. tt tt-tt tt tt GENERAL MERCHANDISE and can supply most of the wants of the jttepk. hr Dry Goods, ClothingrrShoes, w Hats, Etc.', we offer large selections. In Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Farm . ' Implements and such goods our stocks are especially strong. In all departments prices will be found the lowest, and your visits will be highly appreciated. " :- -: :- -: :- -: tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt. tt tt tt ? Wf xjCt CARTER Strictly Pure Telephone No. 78. 4 WHITE LEAD Purer Linseed Oil, Pure Turpentine and the most expensive colora The kind tcales of paint we ute never cracks or only years of wear will remove it Let us figure with you when ready to paint. tt Monon Route tt ItETWEEN Louisville and Chicago 1IEST LINE TO p&tt ; ' tt 'Hi Undertaking and Embalming. Coffins in White Enamel and Stained We guarantee a prices reasonable. and durable job Don't put it of. tt tt tt tt A Vell-BreCollie. plcasantcr to send a dog for them, especially on a wet rtormy morning d than to walk a mile or so for tho or to hire a man to do it. an!-hia- 4 I The Benefit of Wood Ashes. 1 hadof au acre on a pravelly knoll, which bore only Juno grass, very small and thin at that, says a writer in an exchange. I put on three barrels of wood ashes and olover started well. The next year I put on more ashes and had a fair crop of clover. I put tho ashes directly on the turf. A man bought a fajrm of some fifty cres adjoining mine, and as the old saying Is "could not raise bcan3." He could only keep one cow and a horse tho first year, but he made what manure he could find put on about four barrels o ashes to the acre. He followed this for three or four years and during his six years' stay ho bought about $23 worth of manure. Tho last two year3 he cut a heavy hay crop, kept four cows and two horses, raised GO hush-.el- s of oats, considerable corn and for his own use and some to sell. He paid $S0O and sold for $1,200. - Varnish finish; Caskets in White Enamet, Telephone No, 254. Natural Woods, White, Colored and Black Cloth Covered; and Copper lined airtight Caskets; all lengths, and New stock sewing machine needles Two tniins daily regular, extra and double extra widths. at Roark's for all machines. French Liclf and West Badea Springs. Steel Grave Vaults of all sizc3 constantly in stock, for immediate delivery. Burial Robes, Wrappers, Suits, Dresses, UNION STATION, Slippers, etc., in large variety. LOUISVILLE. Our two licensed Embalmers respond at DBA K HORN STATION, once to calls for such services. CHICAGO. It is a very serious matter to ask Our general equipment is complete and for one medicine and have the of highest grade. wrong one given you. For this We have a Funeral Car in service, subDinin? and Parlor Cars' reason we urge you In buying ject to call anywhere. Palace Drawing Room Sleepers. to be careful to get the genuine ESTTwo Private TeleE. H. BAGON, D. P. A., phones, Store 72; Residence xo8. BUvck-IdraughResidence 150 yards from store. N. W. Cor. 4th and Market Sts. T Prompt service any hour day or night. LOUISVILLE. KY. California and the Vast Northwest tt tt Undertaking Department tt tt We have just added an Undertaking Department to our tt hlisinp.;1?. anrl will rarrv " rnmrifplioncuio lino nf Pnffinc vui,iF,i,huiji,i. mis. VUllllld, n n tt" fl t Very Serious tt t a iuresses. iiso tnave a t t ivtu, T.U. ouiui, w i uppers anuin nearse iwuw, c..:i. in service, on call anywhere. Orders in this line given prompt and careful attention any hour day or night. Ul r-.- 03- Unit- - T , lUKpuu. ym nu. i. nKou no. k or no. j tt tt tt tt tt tt - Long-Distan- tt tt tt The BRIDGES & SHANNON CO. DEPOY, KENTUCKY The J. L. ROARK ESTATE. ORIEN L. ROARK. Liver Medicine Manager. We Ask You to take Cardul, for your femalo troubles, because vo are sure it will help you. Remember that this great f omale remedy ble medicine, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is firmly established. It docs not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN The reputation of this old, relia- Hess 6&e&6eee66e666 ecsfs Are You Nervous? What makes you nervous? It is the weakness of your, womanly constitution, which cannot stand the strain of the hard work you do. As a result, you break" down, and ruin your entire nervous system. Don't keep this up! Take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is made from purely vegetable ingredients, it acts gently on the womanly organs, and helps them to do their proper work. It relieves pain and restores health, in a natural manner, by going to the source of the trouble and building up the bodily strength. NEW YORK n CLIPPER IS THE Ft EAT EST THEATRICAL SHOW PAPER IN THE WORLD. 54,00 fir Year, Single Cw, 10 Ctt Endive Not Hard to Grow. Endive may bo sown early in cold frames or in the open ground like let- WINE tuce. Sowing may also be made at any time during the summer, although plants grow;n in the heat of niidsum-mo- r UF have not the best quality. Fall grown plants may be taken up with & has brought relief to thousands of a good supply of adhering earth and la y.ner sick vomen. so whv ruit to you ? For hedacho, backache, stored In a dry cellar for winter use. There are several distinct varieties of periodical femalo weakendive, those having smoothe leaves ness, many havo said tt Is "the being the larger and coarser. The best medlclno to take." Try it I finely cut 'and curled varieties, and Sola in 'Tills City r3 more particularly thoao'with naturally whitened leave:., are most attrac-tlr- e and usually niost tender. 1 CARD IN , pa-ins- WOOL kH WE BUY Sample Copy Free. ALDERT ISSUED WEEKLY FRANK QUEEN PUi. CO. (LM, ITHLISIIERS, J. BORJE, 4? W. 2Stu . , Ni w YOU JtuusM. IDES and FyjRi BtIaDtli. :.i we eta m AT FACTORY PRICES GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS I run rr Car van fft.n Reference: inj lank LM.SAJEL&SQyS , nt rastamt taa nutrrVial in LoamiHe. We fwoiji wool B)js rrct to onr snipprcs. mite for price inisM. lt. TAKE UthiWk, Kj. ASRDUI No. 270 We ship alt vehicles Direct from our Factory mil niprovaloii30il:iys (rce trial. Ilisof tlieRrcnttst importance to the IoIm ltutiUy & llnnu- - t'o. to have every one who deals with us a pKasctl and S'ulisficd C'ustonuT. NoefToit is spared to make each shipment such excellent value iu quality of material, workmanship, Cnih ai:U style cf vehicle that It will be n Lasting Advertisement and briuguamany orders in return. Jf wc please you, by selling you nu honestly made buggy and at a price less the Middleman's Profit, you will recommend our goods to your neighbor. Our Guarantee isnbsolutclvnscood to our customers as it would be to n dealer. If goodnarc not as represented your money is returned to you. You nke no risk. Vc manufacture linnest Vehicles ond llarnrw, lave our customers money, fill onlcru proniptl). Wrilc for our Free llotWl' and Harnchs Catalogue. 6L0BE BUGGY St HARNESS COM PAN C. U. 1). toCnriMinu--r subject to examination 0WENSB0R0. KENTUCKY WomansTonic terest. Farm Help. The scarcity of help is preventing the agricultural development of the country, and is especially against tho extension'of the dajry Industry. Thcro seems to. bo no remedy unless women and girls of the 'cities- and towns will ake to farm and flehl work, at least through tho summer. The .few who are doing it oonfpus tq .making good money easily and with tho gain in hoalth and strength, and without loss of Independence, position or dignity, if it wore not for tho help outside of our own women and , children, one trucker says, most 'of us would havo to abandon the businoss. - Dcj'you drink coca cola? Then try ours. It is pure and refreshing a 20 Sw.iiijj Taylor & Poole. 1 settees for porches at Ro ark's. If you want that dead watch cr clock put to work, let Mc have it and he will put it to running. . : COPYRIGHTS &C. Anrono sending n sketch mut description mnj iiilcklr n.irftrliihi our nnlnliiii freo nhetlior an Invention ta prolmlilr pntcniiiiilo. Oonimunlen. HANDBOOK tldinttrlctlTooiiiiiloiitiul. oiil'ntenta sunt f too. Olileat npnrv for soetmnu Diitcnt. Talents tokoii ihrcnmH Muun A. Co. receive tvtcbil Hat la. without clinrco. In tlio hitmlsoinclr lllimtralpd nreklr. Tjircett of our eclontiHo t uirnul. Tcritu, t'i a renr: (our nidiitlis, l. So1 1 by all tiew.iteiiler. A in YEARS' L, EXPERIENCE- 60 - DE8IQNS Mrs. Grace Fortner, of Man, W. Va., took Cardui. This is what .she says about it: "I was so weak and nervous, I could not bear to have anyone near me. I had, fainting spells, and I lost flesh every day. The first dose" of Cardui helped me. Now, I am entirely cured of the fainting spells, and I cannot say enough for Cardui, for I know it saved my life." It is the best tqnic for women. Do you suffer from any of the pains peculiar to women? Take Cardui. It will help you. Ask your druggist Writs to: Ladies' Advisory Dept. Cliattanooja Medicine Co.. Chatlanooea, Tcna., for Special Instructions, and book'Home Treatment for Women," sent free. J 50 , Telephone Miss Lena Arnold and have your laundry called for and delivered promptly? Scictililic flnicnccm Lraucn URlco, (25 F 8U Washlogton, hlUNNSCo.38 New York 1. U. Subscribe for The Record Only 50c, ,v,. j monumental trophy in the French capital there should be graven the details of its cost none but madmen An Independent .Newspaper. would think of ever again paying the l'lTllMMlKl) TltHUKllATS HT price of glory. Mr. Kdison is certainly a traveler with original powers of observation and expression. Me OWEN 1C1CX, Out UN L. ItoAUK, Secretary. President. mollifies the French, who might think Okiux L. Roakk. Editor. his talk about glory and monuments disparaging, by glorifying French e Telephone, No. 72. Oilier In new annex rear of store, ground floor. bread. " We never tasted such bread in America," he says, "as you find 50 CENTS PER YEAR. IS ADVANCE. everywhere over here." THE REGORD. RECORD PRESS, Elephants With Human Sense. W. G. Duncan, Pres. W. A. WickliiTe, Vice-Pro- s. Long-Dhtanc- K .KB - TERMS. The subscription price of tlie paper Ib pnya-bl- c in ml ranee. Hiitl when the time has expired to which It Is paid, the paper will be stopped. ' Cards of thanks, obltunrr notices, etc., If Sot longer than ten lines, will be published free. Ag charge of 6c. per line will be made for micceed-lulines. No rarlntlou of this rule to anyone. Free sample copies will be mailed. AdTertlseiucnts will be Inserted. A ratr card will bo f urnl.shetl on reiuet. Adtlrrna nllcommunioHtloiiH ami mnVr nil RECOItl) IMttiSS. payable to JrcHiivllle. Ky. THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1911. a Lazy Man: When engines are run by the power of yearning, When Mtnplo desire keeps factory wheels turning, When Fortune responds to n mere as pint Hon, And the whole world rue p'.s you ut your valuation. When wishes have power to drive To and hew, Eutercd at the GrTnvlllc, Ky., postulllee an When vtinily.s mirror's mutter. faccond-clas- reduction is true. An Iiuglish magnxinc writer who had been communing at length with the Sage of Oyster May. wi'h permission to tell what he thinks the Colonel thinks so long as he docs not attribute any spciific Lipgttnge to him, says that the Colonel did not expect any gratitude Irom Mr. Tuft, but did expect some pretense of the continuance of his puln'ies. Hut why? Mr. Tuft became President by election, ,nntl is bound only lv the platform of his part v. Mr. Roosevelt became l'resi lent by the assassination of Mr. McKiuley, and at his deathbed he promised to car ry out his policies. lias there been any sign of the Mclvinlcy policies since then? When eowuidsi win battles and quitters succeed, When a mee is no longer a mutter of speed. When time docr.n't ctunt and when thought is just waste. And caution and euro arc the sme as mad hsiste. When idlers and loafers and shirkers can .share In imiuk! proportion with workrrs who dure Von may stand a chance. fdSfMcCrai ken Jins the largest stock of dials fur timepieces ever carried in the county, and can fit anything from the court house clock to a toy watch. Fresh, smoked and salted meats of all kinds at J. i. Coombs & Co's o 20 market. wagon, handled carefully, and nice ly laid out to rest and sleep in the cemetery near town. Reports indicate that this treatment is more corrective than anything heretofore employed, and it is likely thaMhc plan will be extended. Several sprinting records 'have been lowered in the gitaway from the graveyard, and vjio. was an annoying ofvqriCjjttnan fender and was tied to a large monument, is reported to have shown the strength of a prize fighter and wrestler combined, and when he finally freed himself made a hot trail in his speedy getaway. A town in Illinois has adopted a Notice (0 Stockholders. new mcqns of caring for the men who get diunk and down on the The annual meeting of the stockstreets. Instead of taking drunks holders of the Greenville Light' & to jail, they arc left alone until they Water Co. will be held at the Court are sound asleep, when they arc House in the city of Greenville on patrol Sept. 4th. 1911 at 8 o'clock- - P. M. loaded into a rubber-tire- d J. A. Gilman Sccty. Give us your job work. Typhoid. Wherever sanitary and medical science is in control typhoid fever as an army disease has .disappeared.. Observe the differerfce between 1898 and 191 1. In 1S98, according to the Army and Navy Journal, 10,759 men were encamped at Jacksonville, l'la. The camp site was an excellent one and the purity of the drinking Yet unimpeachable. water was there were 2,693 cases of typhoid Akound the world in eighty days seemed to Jules Verne to be a feat fevei, of which 248 were fatal. The maneuver division which sufficiently marvelous to be made the subject of one of that imagin- was encamped in Texas this year ative author's wonder books.' The was 12,659 strong. Neither the wonder was somewhat abated when camp site nor the water was any a slip of a girl accomplished with better than in Florida, but there was some decice of comfort, and by only one case of lyphbid and that using only the regular means of not fatal. Beside this fine record may be put communication, wrjat Jules Verne's hero was imagined to have achieved that made by the Frcnph army in Of the expeditonary by superhuman energy and contempt Morocco. force of 13,000 men operating in of death. Nellie Bly held the palm she took from Phineas Fogg until a that country between April 21 and person connected with Lc Matin, June 25 not one died from disease the newspaper of Paris, of any sort. The sick rate was cut the record down to 63 days. below the normal. The freedom from typhoid of the And now another Parisian journalist, soldiers in Texas cannot be ascribed M. has finished a g tour begun on July entirely to better camp sanitation. Fhc vaccination now 17 last in four hours less than 40 days. The performance gives one practiced in the army contributed an idea of the extension of the greatly to that freedom. The one man who did have typhoid had taken facilities of travel in a generation. only two doses and had not com In conducting his investigation of pleted his immunization. Where there is no epidemic of the theft of Leonardo da Vinci's typhoid immunity can be had masterpiece "Mona Lisa" the jugc vaccination. destruction discovered a condition through in the . Louvre Museum It is none the less the duty of every of affairs which is regarded by Frenchman as one to wage incessant war on flies, great a calamity as the loss of the the carriers of that disease. If famous painting. The incompet individual effort shall kill them off ence of the employes, most of whom while municipal officers sec to it that arc proteges and, practically, ap the milk and the water are free from pointces of Senators and Deputies, pollution, we shall have no typhoid seems almost incredible. On the epidemics. well-know- n Jager-Schmidt, world-girdlinanti-typhoanti-typhoi- d -- Possibly no other animal in the world has the fascination for the as well, kiddies and the grown-up- s all We as has the elephant. remember the first elephant that we saw at the first show we attended. It indelibly impressed itself on our mind. Oh the joy we had in feeding it peanuts and popcorn. So the mere announcement that the show is coming again, revives the pleasant thoughts of boyhood days. The first thing that attracts our attention on the show bills is the elephant and the many curious stunts that he is expected to do. Sun Brothers' Shows that appear here on Wednesday, Sept. 13, will present a special feature a coterie This Soap is not quite so large as Brag soap,' but just as of trained elephants that arc " broke" good for laundry purposes, and at the price we are offering to perform all the newest acts it, you should buy a quarters worth without fail. im iginablc and all that they do really borders upon the marvelous. These great mountains of flesh will be seen at every performance dnr their engagement in this city, in what is claimed to be the greatest pachyderm performance ever projected. ONE OF OUR The chat act ci is its of the elephant FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS arc interesting. There are two dis tinct species of elephants the Inregular price or moil I for only $25. The to within is Sioo. Those who bringtelling this advertisement us five days after seeing it and us H dian elephant, inhabiting Asia, and where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of the African clephai.t. The latter No time limit. If not ready 25. Hooks and stationery arc included. now, buy one for future use. may be distinguished from the Aai by the dimensions of the head which is shorter, rounded and somewhat convex. The ears arc of enormous size, covering the back of the head and neck. the Africm, species both the male and the female have tusks, those of the male being larger and heavier than those of the female. It is also larger in size than the Asiatic species. All elephants arc fond of bathing, their large bodies being of great advantage to them in swimming. When- they swim in deep water they crcqt their trunks through which they breathe, and by doing so they have no fear of being drowned. PKIXOIPATj The Asiatic elephants arc generally supposed to be more intelligent and docile, also much superior in strength than those of Africa. The elephants seen with Sun OOXtLiEGiE. IKCOItrOHATKD. Brothers' show this season arc of Second and Walnut Streets. LOUISV1LLTT TIT M the Asiatic variety and are splendid specimens. The exact date' of this btg show here is Wednesday, Sept. 13, and the big outfit will be located on the grounds at the depot. A number of sensa SJJ tional free 'shows arc announced to be given at 12:30 p, m, on the show grounds and directly in front of the main entrance. Greenville Light J. & Wafer Co. :AT: INCORPORATED A. GILMAN, Gen, Mgr., Secty. and Treas. BRIZENDINE'S IO Calumet Laundry Soap BARS PI 35 "A COLD RECEPTION" is surely the receipt of the daily ice, yet many welcome it warmly because'it is a great necessity these not days. But there is ice and ice. Ours is the pure and clean kind that vdu can use freely without fear. It is not made from stagnant water, containing germs of all kind?, but the purest water supplies it daily. . I vdVC 9 S H H E I H H H Greenville Light & Water Co. ,li - i Some one in your home prefers vocal music. You'd rather have instrumental. You can both be suited with a Victor Double-face- d .1. 1..smt - B H in one XGSSBBff 8 f1 Record. h, - BIJSINESS io-inc- h, Two records in one almost at the price of one 75 cents; 1.35. 1 fa ROARK MUHLENBERG COUNTY .Digger ana Joetter inan ilver m Roark's furniture polish is some what better than the rest, and is sold considerably cheaper, and with the broadest guarantee money back if not better than any you ever used Home rendered lard i2jc. per pound. J. E. Coomus & Co. Two houses and lots for sale; de sirable property, well located. Ap ply at this office. 4t. See Coombs & Co. sell your beef hides. We leave Kentucky State Fair ...LOUISVILLE.., SEPTEMBER 11, 12, 13,14, 2 15, 16, 1911. SAVINGS BANK Greeny file, Ky. FIX BE THERE -- WILL YOU? DA1LY--RACING THRILLING before you o 27 HEAD-ON COLLISION SATURDAY- CLASSES AND LARGER PREMIUMS THAN EVER MORE For information or cataloguo write to -- - - LIVE STOCK SHOW--FINHORSES - - GOOD MIDWAY - EDUCATION- E MUSIC--CLEAN FREE ACTS future Banking business. THOS. E. SUMNER, Cashier. Appreciating your past patronage we solicit all or part of your I0) PERRY M. SHY, Secretary, No. 320 Paul Jones Building QI it to you to say how good is our furniture polish. We know it is the beat we on buy, and sell under a guaran tec. If not the best you ever used, return and get your money quick and pleas antly. ROARK. M 1 THE FIRST NATIONAL Ac J , BANK Sonethiflg New! I Gold Soldering Did you ever have your spectacles or a piece of jewelry mended and on examination you found a great pile of unsightly lead all over the joint and perhaps on the article itself, left W. D. BLACKWELL I m BRO. General Insurance We represent toe Home Insur ance (o. of N. 1 GREENVILLE, KENTUCKY DIRECTORS W. A. Wickliffc, W. G. Duncan, C, E Martin, R. T. Martin, E, J. Purycar, C, M. Martin, Jno, T. Reynolds, Jr. The standing and responsibility of the men writes property. all who .constitute our Board of Directors are a guarantee of careful, judicious management ' .'1 there by the jeweler? I USE 14 K. GOLD SOLDER on all spectacles and jewelry, and finish the joint so neatly that you I 4YV ' - kinds of farm and day of the theft not one of the many curators was present at the museum, and in the evening, ten hours after the disappearance of the picture, when its purloinment had become known in the remotest corners of the civilized world, the head keeper of the Louvre made his daily, official report "nothing new." .The spoils system works with like dismal results, whether in. national, state or city affairs. Y.gp Uive Miss L,ena Arnold your laundry; goods called for and de livered. Needles for all sewing machines at Roark's. ' Typewriter ribbons, all machines, at Roark's A can't locate the break. If your watch Is sick I can store it to health. LET ME SHOW YOU mnmrT' & r&m v1 re- A Clean ; Watchmaker Rtitl .Iqwaler Itourk'rt Furniture Htnre elmer Mccracken Cures "Colds" in any port of body. Ui'!Ihvk ANY FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY :- Couch In oil hour. Bissell carpet sweeper will last longer than 40 corn brooms, costing from $12 to $15; the sweep In the trophies of war assembled ers cost $3 to S5. 75. See them at In Parismonuments, statuary, paint Roark's, and have otlier advantages ings and art objects of. varied char than the money-savin- g features ex acter, Mr. Edison reads a lesson; plained. and the lesson is that "conquest Let Mc fix your clock. costs, but never navs.M Alsace and Lorraine, he sayshavc cost Germany The largest line of the best baby dollars an acre; and the Germans thought they got these carriages in, town are on display at provinces for nothing. If on every Roaik's. d Dr.Fenner'sCoughHoney Wlieru other infill iuo fail thUwill bririf a I'xtre. lakcii bvK.tv txpoxilc pifV-n- l uri,"ixji.-- . - iinuumaiiatn. uroup niumU:i. .al)inn,llrnriiiit.i'ntnrrii,g C Influenza. Too 60c. alio til mall Wa i'rw1 ula. K. Y-- Outside clcanlipcss is less than half tho hattlc' A man may scmh hiiribcir a dozen times a day, and still be unclean. Good health means cleanliness not only outside, but inside. It means o clean stomach, clean bowels, clean blood, c 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. Blood diseases are found where there is unclean" blood. Consumption and bronchitis mean unclean lungs. "V -: BONDS Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery prcvents Uieso diseases. It ma Leo a man's xnsides clean and healthy. It cleans fhc f?y5csavc organs, inaLcs pure, clean blood, aztd clean, heclthy flesh. It restores tone to the nervous system, nnd cures nervous exhaustion am! prostration. It contains no alcohol or , drugs. Constipation is the most unclean uncleanlincss. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pd!' lets cure it. They never gripe. Easy to take as. candy. habit-formin- g v-f- f i GIVE US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE. Tliis signature is on every box of the gcanin? Tablet Laxative Broino-Qninin- e Mm remedy that cttrra a cold in u'uh ! KWELL GREENVILLE, KY. KITCHEN CABINETS The Record 50c. per year. AT ROARK'S. .1 Two weeks until the circus. Merchandise nt Auction Sept. 13. Draw Up to the Hearth. Notice to File Claims. f J Sec Us ttf.forc Goln.5 printing nrt' arc here to serve you with anything in the line of printed stationery for your business and personS & al use. BILL HEADS LETTER HEADS CARDS ENVELOPES WEDDING INVITATIONS POSTERS OR ANNOUNCEMENTS OP ALL KINDS The best quality of work at prices that are RIGHT !. C. R. &. LOCAL TIME CARD. Oyster season opens Saturday at I will return to Greenville on cir Coombs'. cus day, Sept. 13, and will have shipped here a large and varied line It is astonishing how the $1.75 of clothing, overcoats, dry goods, Louisville excursions draw;. There shoes, hats, notions, etc., and you have been a number this season, can buy at your price, as I shall sclj and each one draws heavier than at auction. Will be near the show the former. grounds, outside the city limits; will have extra help, so that you may Give us your job work. have best service. Wait for mc. 1 15. Coombs & Co. buy beef thank you for the liberal patronage J. you have given mc on my previous hides. Highest cash price. visits, and will have many good things for you on my return. Beech Creek and the local team Yours truly, will play ball here next Monday, L. Isaacson. st Labor Day, the game called 813.30. Everybody invited to. attend, and Paducah is to have a postal as this is a holiday, a large crowd is savings bank. expected. Mr. M. Adkins, ol Madisonville, Porch swing settees in various has been here and in the county lengths and finishes nt Roark's. several days during the week. Shcrifl Roll and S. 1). Bradley Miss Lulic T. Hall, who has been took three convicts to the Eddyville for two weeks with friends, will pen lst Monday, these receiving sentences at the special term of leave Saturday for Atlanta. court. Alex McClurc on life senThere will be sjcctacular air flights tence, Kinch Hawkins' to 31 years, in Louisville Satin day to Monday, and Bode Bradley 2 to 5 years. All when the Elks will have nn aviation colored. entertainment of considerable magGive yonr job printing orders to nitude. All persons having claims against country. The grass is turning the estate of G. P. Jefiircs, deceastawny, the catalpa leaves arc falling, ed, arc notified to present the same and there is more purple in the dis- to me properly proven, on or before tance than there was a few. days ago. Oct. 1, 1911, for settlement. The goldenrod is waving its splendThis, Aug. 29, 191 1. id pennants and the wild aster makes Tuos. E. Sumner, Admr. It begins to look different in the The Best Yet! You've Cot to Acknowledge It 4" N.iBTil NO. KOI l. I t KM lJdtVmral NO. 3S Loulxville Kivh I.lmiu.l ri.'.i--I- O .23 5 II 111 put 4.1 . I'it.v neemniNlUon mi vu noi'u. 7.15 uiu ib .Yl.Siim l'ailni'ali nn Cairo Ki'im lt.tO pm PiiUoh nt'foininMl.itiii 3. ltl v New OrtenM IDS N. O. anrc. (LouUvllle msirf. oulj ) 1.HV m W.O. CltAWroKU. Art. .Tunc 3. 1311. ltl 101 iiciat. Tub Rbcord. Sun liros.' circus here Sept. 13. There were .15 tickets sold here they last Sunday afternoon to the Sr. 75 cising close watch, to see that do not stray. Louisville excursion. Ten weeks until the bird season opens. Bird dogs arc beginning to come in demand, and owners arc exer Big crowds have been frequent Mrs. M. li. Martin is in St. Louis where she is selecting the latest in here lately, and there will be another one here Monday, when the regular fall and winter millinery goods. term of circuit court begins. Call at this office and get some of Right up to. the minute and sea the most important bulletins that have been issued by the U. S. Agri- son, Coombs will have fresh oysters Saturday. cultural department. There are several persons who arc planning to attend the Elks' aviation meet in Louisville Sept. i 4 inclus- ve. Several prominent air men will fly. If you have a watch or clock out of running order, jewelry to be repaired, or sewing machines out of service, bring them to McCracken and get firstcfass guaranteed work. Miss Louise Johnson, of Fort Thomas, is a gucstjof Mrs. C. W. Roark. Read L. Isaacson's ad. He will the main feature of attraction ,clxcusja,w . r-j- - ' Hon. 15. J. McDermott, of Louis ville, will open the Democratic cam paign in this section at the court W. Repass, of Russell- - house here next Monday afternoon. Rev. J. villc, president of Logan Female He is a learned man, a fine speaker, College, who was here the latter and will be greeted by a large numpart of the week, Occupied the pul- ber of voters. pit at the Methodist church Sunday, The rains of Saturday, Sunday" morning and evening, and delivered a'nd Monday were liberal, and the two very able addresses to large au; soil was moistened amply, a condiences. dition that has not existed for several ' of the J51ksJ aviation months. 0naccount Oystcrsi celery, etc., Coombs & Co. Saturday. at J: E. V',btash,&PerJWuttercombinT5dare no equal to L. Isaacson, the travel- making ng auctioneer who has-bethis point lately. He is an artist supreme, and his line of talk is classic Yiddish. He attracts great crowds, and- his spiels arc appreciated by many persons who would not miss his entertainments for any reasonable sum. en - the roadway royal. The odors that come up from the earth arc changing. There is something less succulent about them, something more spicy, sometimes it seems as if incense were burning, and now and then there is a hint of wood smoke, as if "distance forests were aflame. In the early morning the bath has a bite to it, aud at night one becomes conscious of his hearth. For months he has forgotten it and has remembered only his hammock or his easy chair. He has spent his evenings star watching and has been aware of the waxing and waning of moons. Now, imperceptibly, he is turning from the empyrean to the ceiling. It comes over him afresh that he is a fireside creature, that he loyes a roof, needs shelter, and is most himself when he has home for his backgound. To be the child ol Nature is swict, but somewhat too impersonal. With the passing of summer he feels the consciousness of his own mastery of conditions. He is the head of his home, and his home is a little kingdom a personal and proud achievement. Here he has gathered his conveniences; here shown his particular taste; here arc his books: here is the table at which he sits with his family and his friends. Here is home! So, if you brought cones from the woodland, bring them now and put them in the fireplace, for the evenings have a touch of chill, and it's time to close the door aud draw up the chairs to the hearth. The outside world was fair, but no fairer than ones own fireside; the voices of the summer night were sweet, but not so dear, after all, as those which custom has made familiar here in this house. COMING HERE BY ITS OWN SPECIAL TRAIN Mrs. Chas. W. Roark entertained the Friday Afternoon club Tuesday afternoon, and a most enjoyable time is reported. The luncheon was unique, the members bringing a basket each, in which whatever struck their fancy was placed, and a more varied menu could hardly have been planned. There were several guests in honor. n One Big' Day Afternoon arid Night Wednesday, Sept. 13 At GREENVILLE In Rainy or Fair Weather, Without any Curtailment The display of "swapping stock" was a little more disreputable last Monday than heretofore, if possible. Omens Had and Good. ROTHERS "Watch, fembs " t'- -i plus tickets at rate 6f 1 and O'Bryan, of Mrs. C. 5c, tickets on sale Sept., 2, 3, has been here for some days aud 4, and good for return until on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Sept. 5, all trains. Children. tickets one- - half fare. The rccular round Mrs. Dave Martin. trip- - Sunday rates will apply on Mr. A. V. Martin and wife of Sept. 3. Paducah, are here with . relatives and friends. See Big Ben at Macks watch- making shop. Mrs. Jake Gordncr, of Indianapolis, arrived Tuesday, and will be Next Monday is Labor Day, and here for some weeks with her parents, a national holiday. Mr. and Mjs. J. S. Miller. The regular term of circuit court Mr. Guy Dennis Martin andvife, begins next Monday. of Pad.ucah, have been here with relatives and friends. The R month begins tomorrow, and oysters will be here on time. Fish Wednesday and Saturday at Dr. Powell, of Lotiisville, who J. E. Coombs & Co. dedicated the new Baptist church at Miss Eva Crawford of Millwood, Powdcrly last Sunday morning, and Miss Annie May Brasher, of preached at night here at the Baptist Hopkinsvillc, have been guests of church, and was greeted by a large Mrs. W. G. Crawford. number of persons, who enjoyed his able" discourse. Dr. Powell is a Fires have been popular at night torceful man, and stands prominent this week, and have been comfort- - ly in his church in the state. able and cheerful. 3, Saturday; l.-. 12. ygyr : ' Ssf -- To meet a cross eyed man or woman when starting on a journey is a bad omen. It is unlucky to meet a deformed or illfavored person in the morning. It is similuily unlucky to meet a blind man. Meeting a woman barefoot is also something jou should avoid if you wish a successful journey. To sprain )our foot when starting out on a journey is very un'ucky. It is also considered uulicky to meet a man with his head uncovcicd. It is unlucky to meet a bhuggy-hairc- d dog. To meet a wffascl is said to presage a death. It is unlucky to meet a- widow when starting on a journey. To turn back after starting on a journey is a sign of evil. 'It is equally unlucky to be called back ofter starting on a journey. To meet a monk or a priest in a morning used to be thought very unlucky. A sow crossing your path when starting on a journey will bring disappointment, if not bodily accident, before your return. If the sow has her litter of pigs with her it will The season is drawing to a close, bring luck and a successful journey. and our visitors arc returning to . For a cat, especially a black one, their homes. to cross your path is very unlucky. It is unlucky to meet an old woman Dr.; nnd.rs.' j. I:L . BornTo out on a journey. Bray August a.;, N'ttU-EQrjiy. when-startinJJa I 9 WorldV Progressive SKowy Great Trans-Pacifi- c Wild Exhibit. Blue Ribboned Horse Fair. Latter Day Vaudeville Jubilee. Coliossal Carnival of Novelties and European Trained Animal Exposition. Kor nearly a Quarter of a Century a Tented Hxhiliition, the favorite of all the r fficials, clergy, press and the whole amusement going public. Because of its newness, at all limes. lis great purity, cleanliness and the able and honorable manner of its management. Two Dig Performances Daily, at 2 and 8 V. M. Doors open one hour earlier. I'rof. John Shclly's Musical Majesties (21 soloists) will appear preceding the regular performance, rendering a high class musical Free! KEEP POSTED AS TO THE EXACT DAY AND Free!!! 'urn . On the Show Grounds, every day at 12:30 P. M.,. will be offered a scries of extraordinary free exhibitions. Absolutely the greatest free display , ever presented to the public. r Don't Pail to See Theml Be There iiw.. ' . Ample lime. DATE. COMINfi SURE 4 5 Notice for Pavement; Bids. House aud Land for Rent. &WWti Evans-vill- Tomorrow opens the fall month. High Scliooi Opens Monday. , Greenville graded school opens its regular session in all departments next Monday morning, and all pupils are requested to secure their text books at once from Leslie Hale, so that no time may be lost. It is anticipated that there will be a heavy enrollment, and the building will be taxed to its capacity. Prof. C. C. Hayden, the principal, is arranging all details, and will have the least possible friction from the start. That was a large crowd here to county court last Monday, the showers evidently detaining few. A The City Council of the City "of Greenville will until Monday noon, Sept. 4tfi., 191 1, receive scaled bids for the construction of concrete sidewalk in front of the property of W. L. Phillips, on the east side of Main Street, in the city of Green ville, for the distance of 21 feet. Sidewalk shall be constructed of good and substantial concrete, done in a workmanlike manner, of the material, dimensions and in the manner provided by the ordinance approved July 1 r, 1910 and by the provisions of other ordinances re- latincf thereto. Persons entering in to a contract for the construction of said walk "will be required to make bond for the faithful performance of the same, and the costs of said construction will constitute a lien on the abutting property as is provided by law. This Aug. 28th. 1 9 1 . Orien L. Roark1, Clerk. By order of the council. 1 The Captain Roark property, 7 room house, stable, tine water, several acres of land, ready for cultivation located just outside of town, on two streets, will be rented reasonably. Fine location, desirable home. Ap ply to Orien L. Roark, Greenville, Ky. HON. . . McDEkMOTT (Democratic Candidate for Lieutenant Governor) WIL,Sw OPEN STATE CAMPAIGN THE DEMOCRATIC LUCKY is rendered. CHIEF, Registered Poland China Boar. Services at J. E: Coombs' farm at SI, due when service In Western Kentucky At the COURT HOUSE GREENVILLE Bheumatisi SEPTEMBER ( it 130 MONDAY , More than nine out of every ten cases of rheumatism are simply rheumatism of the Mr. McDermott is muscles, due to cold or damp, In or chronic rheumatism. in Kentucky, such cases no internal treatment is requirqd. The free The hear him. application of J. E. COOMBS, Greenville, Ky. p .fli. 4 . Mrs. D, M. Roll is visiting relaDr. A. R. Kasey, pastor of the tives in Madisonville. Methodist church at Hopkinsvillc, and one of the best known ministers Housekeeping WANTED Good in Western Kentucky, was severely Magazine requires the services of a injured at his home last Saturday representative in Greenville to look morning, when he slipped and fell in after subscription renewal and to ex his bath tub, breaking one or two tend circulation by special methods ribs and otherwise injuring himself. which have proved unusually suc Rev. Kasey is well known here, cessful. Salary and commission. where he conducted a scries of Previous experience desirable, but revival services. not essential. Whole time or spare .Mr. H. Karl Ferguson and bride time. Address, with references, J. (nee Miss Rebecca Williams, of F. Fairbanks, Good Housekeeping Providence) were here a short while Magazine, 381 Fourth Ave., New yesterday with afternoon. the York City. groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Burr Grist Mil!.. Ferguson. Thccoaplc were en route My new burr grist mill is in opcr to their new home in Nashville, where Mr. FergusonJiolds an impor ation; cull on yoir merchants for. Also ready'to tant position in the' mechanical dc White Flint meal. furnish the public wiih chicken feed '.partment of The Tehnesseean and chopped corn. jl 28 Kales. J. A. Shaver. , 1. C. Excursion The State Fair rates' to Louisville will be $4.20 for the the round trip; Summer furniture, porch tickets on sale Sept. 9 to 16, inclus sets, lawn ive, limited for return to Sspt. '20 goods, W. G. Crawford; Agent. t . s-- Surprise Wedding. of the best alarm clocks on the market. Ben'-on- e Mc has "Big If, you want a milk- - chocolate, sVaberry milk or Bimbo Flip, we &aveiit." Taylor & Poole. Greenville folks were pleasingly surprised Wednesday afternoon of last week when they learned of the marriage of one of our most popular young women, Miss Annie Madeline Chatham, who was m.ar- ried to Mr. ChesterfieldTurner, of Etowah, Tcnn. The marriage was solemnized at 3 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Chatham, and only a few intimate friends and relatives were in attendance. Dr. W. R. Hjj.der-son- , pastor of the Presbyterian chureh, was the 'officii ting clergy man. Immediately after the cere Every Waltham Watch niovp ihotvy the bridal couple left for a uth,-atishort tour in the S expect to bi home at Etowth about the 10th. of September. The groom is principal of the school at his home city, and is a young- man of high promise." character .and much I During his several, visits here he has made many friends, who congratulate him on winning such an now in use n ' life companion. Wo have a large assortment of t e c s c o t s, Waltham Watches in Gold, Gold Old Hickory The special term of circuit co':rt Filled, Silver and Nickel Cases. chairs and closed last Friday afternoon, all the a. rockers, etc. cases having been tried that could in R o a r k's. have been brought up. On account complete of a lack of witnesses and other stock. causes some cases Were continued.- makes kidneys end bladder right. ' 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 solos, quartettes. Victors range in price from 810 to $100. Victrolas $75 to $250. Large library of records and all kinds of talking machine supplies. one of the greatest ora-to- rs .1 '1 and every voter should ladies are especially invif Chamberlain's Liniment is nil that is needed and it is tain to give quick relief. Give it a trial and see for ' yourself how quickly it relieves the pain and coreness. Price 25c; large size, 50c cer- ted to attend. '2 'A AIR WATER VERMIN BURGLAR PROOT H H E3 I THE BIKER nVKGLAK-l'ItOO- Waltham Watches 2,000,000 Ktmnnt h trouble U hutn liymptom of. and no v think of Irsippjfa, ftx'f a irm ilin-ll'uriliiiru. nnd Iii'lBstlon ns rea' d's;nis, yot Uiey nr symptom only of a certain iwclllc Nerv nntlilmt elv. It wu- - this fart Hint llrt wirmrtly lodDr Rhoop fn tJ nntim tit tlinr now wry popular ttmach Urn dy Dr. Snoop's Ciolmc alrtirt to th. toniiioli nerves. t:I6iu brought thni stiec-cend imor 10 Dr. Shooiinnd his Kotorutiv Without Unit oriinul mid highly vital principle no Jtioh Utatlnxai't'ompiUlina'nts vt vt to bo liatl. Tor sloinueli distress. Moulin?, lilhousii i. Initl bretitli and sallow rompluxioti. try I)r shoop a or Liquid and m for your-rowhat it can rnd will do. Wo sell and chcer-fu'l- y recommend In F OUAYK VAULT fnr nlshcs ulifiolutc lirotectiou ucnlnsttho rnv nci'S of tun limimn i:houl.Tiriiiln.liurr(iivin v nuiniiilij, nntl Is mrtlplit and waterproof. A DAKEli VAULT should bo employed in uvery burlul. Alnde iu all sizes. Annually on Dissecting Tables. The B&KER VAULT carried in stock by e. Mccracken. The J. L ROARK ESTATE, Greenville. Fine Line of Fnncrol nnd Burial Goodu. 2" S Foley's Kidney Cure (Gygmpion ChsmkqlCar3ole re5pringfrsldt0hk). - ; 4 ROARK Firiiture, W&Jlp&.per, Shades, Moldings. , Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper.-INCIDENT OF Slippers, Grave Vaults. & & &w & m m m gx Disinfection ROARK m& &m til 1 ml EASTER MORN Little Happening, the Moral of Which It Fine Feathers Dcti't Make Fine Birds. Why Not m & &f m m & m It was Easier morning, ami nlthoiiKli tbo nlr was crisp and cold, Fifth ave-nuc.wns llllctl with Itn usual hauler crowd women strutting along like peacocks, anxious that nil inlKht see their hats, their gowns; and men martyrs to woman's pride and vanity. Each was conecloiu that their tailor and tnilorcss had done their duty w&ll, that money their money la a power, and so It Is n power for good or evil. An old, wrinkled, woman. In an effort to pnss throuRh this crowd of Easter show birds, was Jostled and pushed, and a basket of coal and pieces of wood she had been gathering was overturned and itH scattered over the sidewalk. Slowly, painfully the stooped and tried to Bather up ht r coal and kindling while the sally bedecked throng, never notlcInK hr. j.nsicd on. A big. husky workman enw the old ladv and Instantly bosan'to assist her. coal and Aftr they had got all her lady, with wood In tho bucket. "the o'd tears In her eye?, said, "Thank you. fir." "It.wns no trouble, ma'am." ho loplled. "no troub'o at all," and went on his way. It was only a lltt'o thing. One small Incident In the life of tho big city with Us "Idle rich." but the moral Is poorly-dressecon-tent- 's Our Name m has been before the public for 30 years, most of the time right on the spot where we are now located. m Read & w. The Wf of course. Our Aim ? 'hi Ea.y. TaKe What Pill ? Why, a Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pill, Good for all kinds of pain. Used to relieve Neuralgia, Headache, Nervousness, Rheumatism, Sciatica, Kidney Pains, Lumbago, Locomotor Ataxia, Backache, Stomachache, Periodical Pains of women, and for pain in any part of the body. Courier- - Journal? HENRY WATTERSON Ed i lor. WK CAN at m constantly has been to sell the best goods in our lines, at the most reasonable prices. Our services arc of the highest grade, our wares tle best, and 'our equipment compares with the best of the larger cities. We endeavor constantly to increase ' our usefulness. 1 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. m ovr 12 years there. "Flno birds." FARMS feathers do'.ft make flno Pills in the keep Dr. Miles' Anti-l'aihouse all tli- - time and would not think of taking a journey without litem, no natt;r how short a distance 1 am j;oini;. 1 cannot praise them enough." Miss Lou M. CiU'RCniM-6- 3 Higli St., Penacook, N. II. ' At alt dructjlstt. 25 doses 23c. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elknart, Ind. "I have used Dr. Miles' medicines for and find them excellent. I RNISH YOU THE RECORI AM) THK & 81 Dw J. L. ROARK FURNITURE tstablislied 1879 Long Distance Estate ORIEN L. ROARK, Manager IK' THE EMPIRE STATE Re-- " WEEKLY Telephones: COURIER-JOURNA- L D : EALERS , IREC TORS 103 m Store 72; Home New York Headed the Entire List cently In Hoy, Potatoes and Buckwheat. ' Bulbs of all Kinds in Stock. Miss Lena Arnold has in stock all kinds of bulbs,, and now is the time BOTH ONE YEAR FOR &J SJ mJ t Sto m Sk lr &t t i t j tot i : $)t tf)x lOi Let not the ncrl"ultural west look with contemj t upon the state of Kew It doeB York as a farming not pretend to compete with Illinois or Iowa In the production of corn, or with Minnesota and Kansas In Its output of wheat, but according t a crop agriculture last month It headed' the report Issued by the department of ontlre list In Iiry, potatoes and buckwheat. As an apple raiser. It Is also In tho front rank, rs woll as In dairy ' and buildings or New York as worth $1,176,222,000, an Increase In value of 31 per cent. In ten yerrs. To be sure, of tho asthat Is less than one-fourt- h sessed valuation of all really In Man- products, Now the census, which no ono dares jdlsputo except tho Impatient residents of boom towns, rate3 the farm lands to begin the cultivation. Following arc ready for delivery, and orders Liken for others, and 'prompt deChinese Sacred livery guaranteed: Lillics, ioc each, 3 for 25; Paper White Narcissus, Grandiflora, 2 for 5c, 30c doz; Roman Hyacinths, Single White, 5c each, 50c doz; liedding Hyacinths, Dutch, 5c each, 60c doz; Forcing Dutch Hyacinths, 10c each, $1.00 doz; T,ulipsi mixed, 20c doz. We can also give liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier-Journa- l. Com Write Courier-Journal g-- A The Greatest R&scNoYclty cf the Century BLUE ROSE $j CUMBERLAND Corn-Sen- TELEPHONE (iXCaRrOKATHD) & TELEGRAPH CO. for and Price List 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. The New Rose (Violet Blue) Hailed by the Rose Grexfcrs d as the Forerunner of the flower Blue Rose. Ycry ous and hardy. Free Blooming (irccnhoiiHCH JOHN E. RACKEBRANDT Princeton, l.y. and satisfactory communication with tho people of this groat soction of the country. Wo solicit your patronage. Rates reasonable. Equipments and facilities unsur- anywhorc in Southern Indiana, Southern Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi and Louisiana. We can put you In quick Long lines and telephones or this Company cnablo you to talk almost .1'. passed. ' , i'rr CALDWFU, UELAMD HUME. hattan, but farm lands throughout the state average enly $"i2 an acre In value, while land In 'ower Ilroadway Ihns sold as high cs $C00 the square loot. , An Industry that Increased Its payments for labor alone from 527,000,000 In 1911 and which there are nearly 215,000 proprietors deserves tho respectful con sideration of states disposed to that nil fnrmlr;; In the United .States Is done west cf tho AUeghanles and that tho wbel? rtate of Now York Now York Is .Wall street's backyard. :Vorld. In 1900 to over MO.O.OOO ,In Ride with Deal at home as much as pcsslble. Build up your J This will I home town. make you a better home The Greenville Transfer Go. ! They meet all trains, day and night, with Bus JUST RECEIVED Many Patterns of 1911 " Wallpaper o market and enhance the I value of your property. and Baggage wagon. THE KILL the COUGH AND I b J White Sewing Machines, in Would Change Old Custom. rotary and vibrator; needles, The custcm of distinguishing mar .rled from immarrlcd women by glv shuttles, etc. in stock for all lng them different titles Is antiquated ROARK'S STORE. and undignified and must be abol machines. according to tho German Moth era roclety of Berlin. A correspon dent of tho Chicago Nows says the coclcty has rdoptcd resolutions calling for the reform. In which It says: "Tho classification of wemen Into tho thoao who have befn through marriage ceremony and those who havo- not 13 Improper and unethical Every man, Irrespective of his mar ltal status. Is called 'Hcrr,' and every woman who respects tho dignity of her sex should demand to bo called 'Frau.' This would be n great step Joward tho uplifting of our ethical Ideals." As there is no legal obstacle to applying the tllle of "Frau" to all women, tho roclety petitions the au thorltles to make a beginning by em ploying only that title In all ofilclal communications. Ishc-d- , CURE the LUNGS ti Dr. King's New Discovery WITH son & m.ml w.. TfW Bottle Frae AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. I Get potted plants and cut flowers from Miss Lena Arnold. Take your beef hides to J. E. Coombs & Co. and get the cash. rlln wuuno VTOLDS -- PRICE QUVCR Strong Compact Perfect Swift -- m GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OK MONEY REFUNDED. Best work, prompt service; give Several patterns of swing porch your laundry to Joe Morgan, who settees at Roark's, and you arc in will appreciate your patronage vited to call. If you have not heard the Victor talking machines, S. TC Accurate AND I I nVj JlLECTRICf AHiml MBCHAKIC .It a tiufi, Ine for evtrylxxljr. Lram aWiut tiMttldty. the coming Icnct.andlionto Simple, prac- tooli. II at. full olpY turn! Sam you name 9 ue tmrfttr' I IOUfK Call a .It II Standard Visible Writer Enables the operator to sec every word as written without raising feature. carriage, saving time and trouble. Possesses every The 20lh century success. In use by U. S. Government, 157 railroads and largsst mercantile houses in many countries. Handsome booklet free. Lake St., Chicago. THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER CO., 107-109 jrar. Co. nca .on St . Boston, ' VIII Be Valuable Book. Masons of Cl loago started a Bible on a long Jcurr.ey In tne fall of 1909 It is to be kept fcr a time In the pos reeslon of at least ore ledge In every principal city Qf the country nnd ultimately returned to It3 starting point, to be placed among the precious archives of the Chicago MasoiiB. It Is itviuuitoH tliat lutn'v.flvn vown will bo,requlrcd for the "lb!e to complete Its cossage from ledge to lodge until nil tho blank pages urovldcd for the reccrd of It3 custodians shall havo been filled. A lotJgo In Columbus. O., wlilch- - had the Blilo recently, sent a special train to Springfield In that state to convey tin traveling Bible to a lodge there, whore It was received with ImpreEslvo ceremonies. -- Miu. ecryWy rtiotoerapliy I'll. iTOOKAril Interests AM Hit I CAN V trarhe it Beautiful pMurcs,tn ntli-- you have heard 'them, call again and often; they never 'grow tiresome. I.nrfTK "lihrarv of records and all o kinds of talking- machine supplies - fltlcltm, queMloiu swcrcl Sample c"-- " '.( ou mention prie contesl. ti tt- -e ai piper. Amar can Photography 6 Beacon St., Dotou. fte mi - Sec the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Roark's iU, Telephone No 5 and your laundry will be called for and delivered. Joe Morgan solicits that grocery older, 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 grocery want to Joe Morgan nnd get the best Roods at lowest prices. RThienL Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for cne medicine and have the For this wrong- one given you. re3on vc urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine - In .linin ... ri... Dr. Kuwnda,. member of the Jnpan-cs- e cnys that moro house of peers, s of tho million factory than ,l (. n f u'nmon.iinil phtlHrpn Thurn nre no laws to fear or evade, so mill 'owners nre.cmnloying 70,000 under the ego of fourteen, the work In match .and tobacco rafctpdes being dene by under ten children, manyoftbem years of ago. Glrlktfirc taken from , rUIIrl 'WpVr w. ... BUck-Draug- ht Liver Medicine The reputation of this old, reliable medicine, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is firmly established. It docs not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or 'it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN F2 two-fifth- AfK HARCOURT Gl 1 Hi you want" iAki iiifVr 11 ill XLhc IRecorb &2.CO.Louisville.K7. ENGRAVERS Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality. MANUFACTURING the rural dlstrlctsi'pced In the factories, often to wbrls lato Into tho night, and are fined and faBlied If shop rules are ibroken. The parents are persuadedfthat work in the city Is , good forUggchUdren. M'ss Lena Arnold asks the patronage of the public, and guarantees that satisfactory work will be dpnc in her clothes cleaning, pressing The largest line of the best baby and repairing shop. are on display at carriages The Record 50c. per year. Roaik's. COME and SE WALLPAPER THEM Special Prices, at The J. L. ROARK E ''St- - I . 1