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The investment is Get our rates, sure of returns. i i. i .i ncu in coai, iron, uniDer, potter s ciay,! etc., and the most inviting field in Kentucky for investment of capital and pluck. Muhlenberg County Oil VOL. XIII. NO. 30. GREENVILLE, KY Kentucky Fair Dates. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 1911, 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE 43 RYE AND RAPE CATCH Gown THE RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED. CROPS STEEL MONSTERS Jtict Before Cultivating Crn Last Time In July Vnlur a Fertilizer 8S Per ' 1 ' t Lv1 r . 1 (By J. N CT.OVBB .unliO I jwed nlientl. Of the crops ' of the eultlvat.last cultlvn-!rof com ,,Utos to get .1 r.p(h to turn under in tho spring. (! tho land from winter wbtiihia. ryo and Dwarf ICtisox rape vrero most sntUfuetory. Uyo ra sown one yenr whon tho poUUoos wore taken out in Septom-her- , and 'a heavy crd it made to turn under for 00U in April. Another year rye wns aown on corn stubble after the corn wns cut-ntho rate of one nnd bushels per ace. nnd it made a fair cover crop, which I know prevontod' washing, though the ground was hnr-- ! rowod only twice before drilliiiK in the' coed. I should jutlgo its value as a fertiliser is about six dolnrs per acre,! and tho seed costs only seven cents' per pound. Some of tho rape was! jTTOen all winter, and porsons scoIdr! the growth it had made in tho stand-- ' ing corn were surprised, while the; urbwth of cow pens In tho samo field' wa,s not encouraging. Crimson clover. Is a good catch crop, if ono can secure-stand, and it lives through the win-- ' tcr. Rape is the best crop for nu' considering tho cost of seed and its fertilizing valuo, and ryo is very good, especially when It Is to be tmsotl under for potatoes, or ono wishes to. pasture it In the full. 1 . v 1 t THRILLING SPECTACLE PROM. ISED FOR VISITORS AT KENTUCKY STATE FAIR. HI HEAD 1 Tho following "re the Kentueky Fair onhMTH of fairs hit any oimnlncloim or corri'vtlniM of ilath. Soiiu'tht-t, hu laie Hxwl for holding for 1011 a fur a rojMii ti'tl. miurMtitl to rojwrt to tm Monoii Route Announces New Schedule AoKUHtSI) 3 AugiiHt & Stlaytt. tU -I tluj. BE DISCOURAGED m ii of Fares One Way and Round Trip. Frankfort. AiiriihI iIiijk. COLD SHIVERS A PLENTY Two Monster Steel Steam Engines Dash to Certain Destruction in Full View of. Spectators. Soldom is it that my community is afforded an opportunity to witness such r.n ambitious and thrilling performance as is promised the crowds in attendance at the Kentucky State Fair on Saturday, September 10. when the spectacle is provided of two monster at en 111 engines, started under a lull head of steam and permitted to in full view of the speccrash head-ot tators A sight such as this is to cause the most stolid of persons, he with tho nerves of stool, to involuntarily shudder and flinch as tho collision occurs. The hiss of escaping steam, the buret ing of 'he groat boilers, the rending of the formidable iron par's, the tearing nnd crashing and grinding of twisted masses of steel are oven inspiring in the terrible forco which accompanies them. The sight of the two mountains of machinery rushing headlong into each other's enibrice is sufficient to freeze the blood in one's veins, and send shivers of fear rushing up nnd down the spinal columns, despite tho knowledge that thTO is no personal danger. sulli-cien- Fulton, August i9 &lav- llnriltitowii, Angintl SO Franklin, Angiint 31 .1 ilays. 1'arU. Splctulivr I J0lny.. 5 I 1a.v. MolitlcUo, Alexandria, Seilenibr r A 5 ilnyti. Mount Olivet, neiUmbT 51 dnya. UoilgtMt villi. Stpteili'r Slimier. HrptemUer 0 I Kontucky Stuto Fair, I.ouUvlllu, September lil3. ly. Ki'ottBVllle. Kvptetiibor JO I tlajn. lloriw Cave, llorgaittuwu, fc'epteiulxr .'I 4 iLiys. li tango w, September Si I tluy. M.iyllflil. September . I Pailliciili. Ovtulicr 3 - I davit. 13 tla.v. Jlurniy. II I ln. la. What Are You Going To Do This Year by way of muking your business successful ami your domestic life full of Save your home bylhaving your arc not supplied with flues repaired pleasure, if you Barkley Bros, do telephone service of the Cumberland this work in best mann Telephone & Telegraph Company? Everyone should have a telephone. You arc connected with all outside important points in local connections with all residences and business houses. For any information call man: : ager, The Monon Route announces that it will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago, at 6 one way, insteaa ot ; as lormcriy, anu $12 round trip, good 30 days return ing, instead of $16. Patrons arc of fered exceptionally good service by the Monon, which on night trains from Louisville operates CompartPullmans, ment and Drawing-rooas well as the usual straight sleeper. The day trains have Parlor and Din ing cars, and the very finest modern, Inquiries cheerfully new coaches. answered by E. II. Bacon, D. P. A., Louisville, Ky. IF YOU ARE SICK TO WORK AND YOUR WIFE IS WEAK AND AILING THERE'S HOPE AND HELP FOR YOU BOTH IN riTir TOO Ti i hi i i ELECTRIC brand BITTERS they strengthen the weak; they They build up the people. They're unequalled for Invigorate tired and worn-odyspepsia and indigestion, constipation and malaria, biliousness and jaundice. They're a blessing to women who suffer from backache, headache, fainting or dizzy spells and a boon to all sufferers from kidney troubles. TRY TiEM. run-dow- n; ut J. II. HAYES Decorator. PRICE 50c AND $1.00 PER BOTTLE SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY Painter and interior All DR. J. W. N Druggists BARLOW, T 1 SHED FOR STORING MANURE Cumberland Telephone f v The sensations resulting are intense Cheap Shelter Prevents Leaching but it is such as these tmu the huWhere Not Convenient to Haul man family is seeking and no Fertilizer to Fields. more spectacular offering could he provided to satisfy the over present Mnnuro is ono of the most impor-- , desire for something out of the s farm. .Howtaut things on a Furniture, Moldings, Wall Taper The engines arc placed on opposite ends of n track huilt especially for Wc carry on our floors and in our ware- the purpose. The fireB are started, rooms the larcest variety of Furniturs in the steam is produced, the throttles are thrown open, anil the two mon- Iffuklcnberg. If wc do not have vhat you want, ve sters are started to physical destruction by engineers who leap to safety will get it for you. Wc have factory con ordi-mufirst-clas- Telegraph Incorporated. & Co. m l) C Crown and Urldge Work done at reaHonable prlccH. UlUce up stalrH, In the Joueb Uiilldlng. OrccnTllIe, Kx- - S T. 333 333333333333' DR. onk-Jlaln-crob- T. J. SLATON, mid Burgeon. h WADE !t ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft 1 C A iAi KkiDGr.S k NHAKIN II) i ft tit if Htrecl near JtaliiHtrcpt. DEPOY, KENTUCKY We announce to our that our stocks of ments arc larger and ever in our history. line of lic :- -: CAM HOWARD. H. GRAY. HOWARD & GRAY, beforo tho impact comes. l"iifi iHi- - ' ill Cheap Manure. Shed. iini hp .iiowt- - t of K fa rtn nf T?WelhTstraUori IJxiT shows with sides 7. foot high and the corners 7 foot to tho oavos. Thp end boards nro held in place with stakes at two ' corners so that ono side is movable and may be left out until the shed is partly filled. The shed prcvonta leaching whore it is not convenient to haul it to the field immediately after tlt is made. a ,comracrc!nl way, yields immensely, .and is easily guthorod and put into shape for the market. It can bo Then, shipped almost any distance. too, the demand for it on tho market s makes it ono of tho two best for commercial use. Pieplant is usually set in rows four feot apart f feot in tho rows. !and two and 'Like asparagus it should bo carefully It .tended and heavily manured. .should be fertilized every winter. vogo-ttabloonc-hai- Pr'' Pieplant Easy to Grow. Pieplant is oasily produced in v Will Return Profit. preparation for consorving .barnyard manure entails some Tho and labor but all such expenditures will .eturn a margin of profit commensurate with the outlay. 3: v. The necessity of the silo is highly apparent a cold, compact noil. Do not fail to drain your soil; it i will pay you for your toll. If clover's sickly, put on lime; that will bring the soil to time. Growing corn much water needs; . keep a soil mulch; kill the weeds. is an imporProper tant item in successful concrete work. Club root of cabbage is one of tho most annoying yet easily controlled of dis.on8es. Watch sweat clover. It begins to look as if it hud a vety valuable place among our farm crops. A lawn mower will bo found about the premises of tho farmer who cares about his surroundings. Tho question of farm power and farm transportation is ono of the moBt important questions connected with farming. Dig up grain plants and you will find that they form their roots nt tho same dopth whothor plantod deep or shallow. To bo on tho safe side cabbago plants should he Btarted in soil which hag not hesn previously used for cabbage culture. Scrahby potatoes aren't fit to plant. Tho rapid growth and hardiness of the willow makes it almost invaluable on many farms. Every tiller of the soil should soo to It that, overy particle of home products is utilised to the best advantage and the residue returned to tho soil. 1 Have you provided a green crop for July and August? Plants cannot penotrato or food in nections with makers of the finest goods in the country, and through "Our Special Office la Green BuHdlcf, oppsileLaMeii'e Kttel. Order Department" can supply any exclu PREMIUM LIST FOR price3 than city stores sivc articles at less When your buildinos need F lirtiML mi friit'ti DRS. HELTSLEY & HELT8LEY CREAMERY BUTTER or mail order houses. delay costs you money. The Our Picture acd Room Holding-stock- s frott ate netting in their votk. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS KEN- - oio alvrayj eomplete. much to let it decay for Yfcsl'of FOR, NE,W7D:PARTURE fcir: Waxlpgyer 13 noTna stapl v :ot rotlinJpfcLt i& r pM.jt in jiu TO MAKE HIT: neing used all the year 'round. out It. WTelephone No. And wc always have full selections, prices Nursery cultivation is proving not ctnts and up per roll. only one of the most fascinating of 5 Strictly Pure - - tugraliutij studies in the rural sections .of KenWHITE LEAD tucky but It also is developing into E3?"0ur Engraving Machine is the only Puro Unseed OH, Puro Turpentine one of commercial importance which 1 JET WHEN and the most expensive colors is taking high rank. To those inter- one in this part of Kentucky, and we are it will be good news to learn exclusively prepared to supply individual ested The kind of point wc ran never cracks ot and Chicago Louisville that the Kentucky State Fair manage- Name Plates, which wc furnish on all scales only years of wear will remove it. Let us figure with you when ready to paint ment has decided 10 offer tompting outfits without extra cost. UEST LliJB TO promiums for nursory displays in con-- ' and durable jot We guartntirc a Undertaking and Embalming. noction with plant and flower departprices reasonable. Don't put It off. and the ment. Coffins in White Enamel and Stained This is another of tho entirely new Varnish finish; Caskets in White Enamel, Vast doparturos which have been decided Natural Woods, White, Colored and Black Telephone No, 254. upon for the big Kentucky State Fair Cloth Covered; and Copper of 1911. it is along the lines of progTwo trains daily New stock sewing machine needles ress and improvement which make lined airtight Caskets; all lengths, and regular, extra and double extra widths. French Lick and West Baden Springs. certain that the Kentucky State Fair at Roark's for all machines. Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes constantnot only will maintain its lead in the south but that it will take its rightful ly in stock, for immediate delivery. if UNION STATION, place among the groat state exhibiBurial Robes, Wrappers, Suits, Dresses, f tions of Indiana, Iowa, Illinois, Minne- Slippers, etc., in large variety. LOUISVILLE. sota and others to the north. DEARHORN STATION, Our two licensed Embalmers respond at CHICAGO. once to calls for such services. It is a very serious matter to ask Our general equipment is complete and PERMANENT BUILDING IN for ono medicine and have the of highest grade. Dining and Parlor Cars. wrong one given you. For this INTEREST OF HEALTH We have a Funeral Car in service, subreason we urge you in buying to call anywhere. ject Palace Drawing Room Sleepers. The campaign for health being to be careful to get the genuine Tele3?"Two Private waged tho country over is to be aided E. H. BACON, D. P. A., nintorlnlly by the establishment on tho phones, Store 72; Residence 108. BLACK-DraugHN. XV. Cor. 4th and Market Sts. Residence 150 yards from store. T grounds of the Kentucky State Fair, at LOUISVILLE, KY. Prompt service any hour .day or night. Louisville, of a permanont health Liver Medicine building, the cost of which will be paid The J. L. ROARK ESTATE. The reputation of this old, reliaby tho Jofferson county fiscal courL ble medicine, for constipation, incity health officer of ORIEN L. P.QAKK. Mana(cr. Dr. W. Ed Grant, digestion and liver trouble, is firmLouisville, and Dr. W. D. Smock, Jefly established. It docs not imitate ferson county health olllcer, took up other medicines. It is better than this matter with tho fiscal court and othcro, or it would not be the fasecured the appropriation. Tho federal vorite liver powder, with a larger government ha3 agreed to send a corps sale than all others combined. IS THE BR EAT EST F2 SOLD IN TOWN of Instructors to Kontucky each year during tho fair to dellvor lectures THEATRICAL SHOW PAPER dealing with tho problem of health. A Little Good Paint in Time Saves $ $ $ LAWYERS, trade and the pubgoods in all departbetter selected than We carry a varied :- -: ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft m GENERAL MERCHANDISE and can supply most of the wants of the pcqdI.? In .nrv..r-rvrtL-s. CIOihin-ShofeiL ' $ i GARTER 7. i;ahiy Monon Route Hats, Etc., we offti large elPcUons. 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. :- -: :- -: :- -: California ft ft Northwest ft ft ft Undertaking Department We have just added an Undertaking Department to our a comprehensive line of Coffins, Cas- kets, Robes, Suits, Wrappers and Dresses. Also have a Hearse in service, on call anywhere. Orders in this line given prompt and careful attention any hour day or night. Telephones: Store, No. I. ft business, and will carry ft 0 Very Serious ft S ft ft ft Nijlt, No. R or No. 3. . ft The BRIDGES & SHANNON CO. iXi Long-Distan- DEPOY, KENTUCKY NEW YORK CLIPPER IN THE WORLD. Year. ISSUED WEEKLY PRIZE WINNERS' PARADE ONE OF BIG FEATURES Livestock, in Dcdccked Ribbons, March Around Pavilion to Delight of Audience. to tako Cankil, for your femafo troubles, because we are- cure it will heijo you. Remember that ihJs groat fomalo remedy - $4.00 Per Single Copy, 10 Ctt What has always boon ono of tho most interesting of all tho features In connection with tho Kentucky State Vair wus the grand parade of prize winning livestock around tho ring in tho pavilion building. 'I his feature is to bo givon moro attention this year than over. It will bo started at two of Friday, o'clock on tho aftoruoon Soptambor 15. This pnrado is an imposing ono, not alono from tho amount of money represented by tho premiums, but because of tho groat amount roprosonted In tho valuo of all tho winners combined. Tho slow moving, ribbon bedecked cattle seem aware of their commercial importance as tlioy trudge around tho ring, while the sleek, carefully groomed horsos of high degree prance along as if more than conscious of their grace and breeding. Collie dogs, running and barking at the crack of the whips of their mas-torponies and costly sheep and hogs, all combine to make a show oqual to any prosented durihg the woek. It is a source of pride to thoso who own .ho prizo winners snd a stimulus to )thors to enter their stock iu future ;ompotiUons. WOOL JUDESandFURS BeiaDuttts. i we can do belter for too than tent J or commission mtrthaih. Kcteteaee: any bank in LouisTille. we lnrnisl wool nags tree w cat smpprjs. mnt wr puce use. WE BUY Sample Copy Free. FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (LUl Jh has brought relief to thousands of 'tfher sick women, so why net tob.ickache, mi? For ;v aTTtory prbces - GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS "I was under the treatment of two doctors," writes Mrs. R. L. Phillips, of Indian Valley, Va., "and they pronounced my case a very stubborn one, of womanly weakness. I was not 'able to sit up, when I commenced to take Cardui. I used it about one week, before I saw much change. Now, the severe pain, that had been in my side for years, has gone, and I don't suffer at all. I am feeling better than in a long time, and cannot speak too highly of Cardui." $ periodical pt&is, ferrsh weak ness, many havo raid it Is thn best medicine to tako." Try U I TAKE TU3 - H.SABEL&SONS W Leninite, Ky. Do you drink coca cola? Then try ours. It is pure and rcfreshirg Taylor & Pooi.n. Swii 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE J WmMWA U I Woman'sTonic if you are one of those ailing women who suffer from any of the troubles so common to women. Cardui is a builder of womanly strength. Composed of purely vegetable ingredients, it acts quickly on the womanly system, building up womanly strength, toning up the womanly nerves, and regulating the womanly system. Cardui has been in successful use for more than 50 years. Thousands of ladies have written to tell of the benefit they received from it Try it for your troubles. Begin today. Write f Lidics' Advisory Dept. Chattanoosa Medicine Co.. Chattanooc. Tea., " t- - settees for pinches at U ark's. If you want that dead watch c r clock put to work, let Mc have it and he will put it to running. Telephone Miss Lena Arnold and have your laundry called for and delivered promptly. Ail-o- s, set: ling n sltcfn mm ieseripiion mny cnlrUtT oycerlniii our cinninii froo whether an luvetit1..n is iirob.-blmleiiil ;i-- Connmiiilca. tlimAOtrlctlrrMHilJcnllal. HAtinUQOK oiil'fttenta iit froo. OMet nuniirr foraeruiliiKiialonm. ralotita tuken tiir.iuuli Mtitiii X Co. receive ttttiil notice, wlihout clinrac. iu tlio Copyrights &c. DesiGNS hnni1nmrl lltimf mlPll npoklr. IJircest clr. nilutioii of iiny priciMln j 'unml. Terms. ?:i a yo.ir: lour inontrm, ?l. So.J byall newedealcrft. Ml)NH&Co.38,Brosdw--NewYorlBranch Ol'Jco, CS F BU WashlDston. V. C. icieuuiic ittncncdH. ONE NO. 270 TWO-IWe shin alt vehicles Dirrrt fiom ottr Fntlnrv C. 0. 1). toConumer fubject to exnininntiott :tul approval on 30 ilnys free trlnt. 11 is of the crrntcst importance to the filolu- - llujUli & Il.trm-s- Co. to liave every one who ileal with 111 n plia-i- l and RallsficU t'lislonicr. Noefloit isspnicd to inaUc each hiincut iuih cxccllcr.t value iu quality of ltiaterial, workn'anship, fiih nt:d style of I vehicle that it will be a tasting Advertisement and bring us tunny orders iu return. If wc please you, by selling you nu honestly made buggy and at a price less the Midillcmun'a Profit, you will recommend our goods to your neighbor. Our to our custom rts j Guarnnlrcisabsolutclvasgocd I as it would be to a denier. If ood sr.ro not as rrp-- ! ou resented your money is returned to you. tiki? no rif.iv. Wc maniifncture Iiunet Vrhtcles and Harness, lave our custonicrN money, fill ordera promHlj. Write for our Free llut!iiy nnd Harness Catulorfuc. 6L0DE BUGGY & HARNESS COMPANY OWEN5D0RO. KENTUCKY for Sptcial Instrjcttons. and book. Horn Treatment tor Woacm." tMktc J St Subscribe for The Record Only 0c. THE RECORD. An Independent Newspaper. I'tlHMAIIKIl Tlll'lWDAT II T RECORD PRESS, Ou'k.n Hire, OlUKN L. Itlt.VBK, Okikn L. Roakk, Editok. Long-Distanc- e OUlea In new nnnox Telephone, No. 72. riar of ttr. irroMtnl UooK 50 CENTS PER YEAR. IN ADYANCE. Thr suUHcrljitton irh- - of Ui pior Ih iwt.r-bl- e in Advance. iintl when Hit' time linn vxtri! to wlileft 11 1h pnM. Ih.- - ui r wUll Htupiio!. Curat of tluuika, oMumrv nollcon, oti, U not longer limn ton lines, will In? tiiitilNlivtl free. A clmrce of Ho. icr lint wHl le minle for miceeetl- Iuk lliuw. No variation of HiIh rule to unyoi"!. Kroo sample copies will lie mullrtl. A rfttf ennl Ail vnrtUeinenM will In Inserted. will lie furnlHlii'd on mitteni. all I'nimiiiitiU'iitioiiH unl ninkr nil r Aililrens KKt'Olll) IMtKHR. otttUMicort payable to lit. THURSDAY, SliPIHftlBiiR 7. 1911. Entered at tlie OrceiiTllIe, Ky., poMotllre an mutter. anconil-olaN- Doc Gook is one among tlfc few who can conic back: he is jgi" popular as, a Chautauqua lecturer. Jt might be putting it a little ton strong to state that there is a good roads ''movement" in Kentucky, but Mmri; is an immilsc. anvwav. and all movements must have a beginning. indicate that congressmen are the greatest s in the count rv. Some of them have been known in that line Irom the stories they tell, but in the laws that were enacted at the last session it is evident that all members arc jokers. Ukcknt developments J.iL-pr- the campaign in Ox September resubmission of the Maine on the prohibition clause of the State con slitution will be brought to a close. The campaign is said to have been A n hot one, and is getting hotter. whisky has great deal of contraband come into Maine during the past twenty seven ears, notwithstanding constitutional prohibition, and this has probably brought up the temper ature. It is scarcely possible that on issue ot cold water alone could have cost so mach fervor. 1 1 Anticipating a shortage in meat supply owing to the persistent sum mem areas, the produce gamblers arc eggs, poultry and other perishable food supplies in cold stor-ag- c with a view to later extortion. If 'the Laurier Government shall be sustained in its fight for the ratification of the Reciprocity agreement, asjiow seems probable, something substantial will have been accomplished to enlarge our sources of cheap supply and thus save us from the grip of our own comorants. r, farm to city, and would enable The Railroad Situation. every tanrcr to Dccome his own There is no disposition on the part distributing agent. of the railroad employes who are decking higher wages and better I'm: indefatigable chief of the Hu- labor conditions to rush matters. reau of statistics in the department Their representatives are discussing of commerce and labor, Mr. (). 1. quietly with the representatives of Austin, has begun the issue of a the road and questions at issue. As monthly bulletin giving the sailing neither side wants war and as each dates of ships from ports of the probably is prepared to concede United States to ports in foreign something when it comes to a pinch countries the bulletin for September the conferences now being held is already issued. As the export should have a satisfactory ending. trade of the United States now ex The railroads assuredcly do not ceeds two million dollars and tlia want a srtike. They understand the import trade approaches two bil- extent to which it wou'd interfere ons, Mr. Austin truly regards the with the discharge of their duties issue of this monthly as of much im Compliance with the to the public. portance to all American cituens wage demands might net cost so who arc engaged in foreign com much as the loss of revenue which a iticrce. Merchants desircinu the strike lasting anytime might entail. bulletin have only to make appli The fact that the employes arc caton to the bureau. movinii slowly ami eiehucratelv is evidence that they know what Micvatiun from United States good a strike would mean. Their officer?, to Canada appears to be steadily mostly oltl and experienced men, growing during the last month 11,012 this is not the lime to win Amcncan citizen-- crossed the border know that an easy victory by quitting work. to make theirfuture homes in the railroads of this Dominion. In the period from The fact that the country have laid off 80,000 men in Aptil Irst year to Februrarv this year a great the migration to Canada is estimated a year shows that there is volume of unemployed railroad lain r at 270,000 settlers, of whom 2 1,000 could draw on. were from the United States and which the roads so many lay offs - When thcro arc drcat lSritain. The remaining 59,who can keep his job and old 000 wore mostly from Holland, Den wages is not so badly ( ff. mark, Ccrmauy and Scandinavia. It cannot be unknown to railroad In the great wheat region of North employes that while the wages of ern Canada there is a resistless at men in many industries were reduced traction- after the panic of 1907, theirs was If yon have a watch or clock out not. Since then there have been The roads have of running order, jewelry to be re general encreases. not fared well. They have not been pairetl, or sewing machines out of service, brin them to McCrackcn allowcvl to raise rates and have had and get firstclass guaranteed work to submit to cuts. So this is hardly the time for employes to insist peremptorily on material concessions. Fish Wednesday and Saturday at g If they were working for a J. 12. Coombs tS; Co. company they would not. I. C. Excursion Rales. The fact that this is such an time for as r'.l c is a strong The Slate Fair rates to Louisville reason for believing that there will will be $4.20 for the the round trip tickets on sale Sept. 9 to 16, inclus not be one. There are other ivc. limited lor return to bent. 20. reasons, among them the good temper and willingness to meet and W. G. Cuawioud, Agent. discuss of both sides. Mc has "Hig Hen," one of the There are early predictions best alarm clocks on the market. frost by people who believe in the If you want a milk chocolate, katydid, but the general belief is strawberry milk or lihnbo Flip, we that we will have several weeks yet of warm weather. Taylor & I'ooi.K. have it. ; 1 the-mamanu-factorin- V. G. Duncan, Pres. W. A. WicklifTc, Vice-Pre- s. Greenville Light & Water Co. INCORPORATED BRIZENDINE'S For the Children's Party J. A. GILMAN, Gen, Mgr., Sccty. and Treas. Delicious Peanut BEECH -- NUT size jar ol Peanut u Iter Saturday only for 10c. This is one of the most popular articles we sell. Its flavor has made it p pu!ar. It has So prr cent, food value, and the very thing for the children's school basket. 15c. 1 Sandwiches Butter ANY SIZE CAKE YOU WANT when you want 11 is the way wc deliver ice. We don't deliver any old kind of ice, however. Wc handle only the sort that is safe to use. The ice made from water free from germs or dirt. Ice that you can put right in with the drink or on the food with perfect safety. Want some Regular Bigger and Better Than Ever (or Yl NINTH ANNUAL Greenville Light ...LOUISVILLE-SEPTEMB- ER 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 1911. OHioo Hours: & Water Co. a. (i.xconroiiATKD) 7.30 to 8 a. in. 11 1 to 12 111. ' to 1.30 p. in". I'LL BE THERE ! WILL YOU? Phone No. 2fl, 4 to r p. m. THRILLING FREE ACTS DA1LY- RACING - - LIVE STOCK SHOW- FINE HORSES - - GOOD MUSIC- CLEAN MIDWAY - EDUCATION HEAD-OCOLLISION SATURDAY- MORE GLASSES AND LARGER PREMIUMS THAN EVER For information or catalogue write to N CO PERRY M. SHY, Secretary, No. 320 Paul Jones Building Ctmj t daVG &"7CI 1 BY ONE PHASING OF OUR "1 1 Some one in your home prefers vocal music. You'd rather have instrumental. You can both be suited with a Victor Double-face- d 10-inc- h, rwo c in one Record. 12-inc- h, B I I FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only $25. 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. 5 H M H H Two records in one almost at the price of one 75 cents; $1.25. loTisTtrmrEmiil for Rent. Give us your joHi urlT The Captain Roark property, 7 Give Miss Lena Arnold your room house, stable, line water, sever laundry; goods called for and dc al acres of land, ready for cultivation hverciK located just outside of town, on two streets, will be rented reasonably. Needles for all sewing machines at Fine location, desirable home. Ap- Roark's. ply to O.ricn L. Roark, Greenville, Ky. Typewriter ribbons, all machines, at Roark's Notice for Pavement Bids. fiOARK ! MUHLENBERG COUNTY I ill' ' - f I H world do move. A State prison is in process of construction at Joliet, Illinois, so arranged that every cell will have a wiudow facing the outside world. There will be open bars in the front of each cell, so that one guard can sec each man in an entire block. Sanitary conditions are to be the best that can be found anywhere, with the old style. slop bucket system entirely done away with. Cells will have plenty of good air and water and plenty of light and will be cleanly, thus practically eliminating the dangers of tuberculosis or other diseases contracted through the dampness of an.ordinary cell. Not only'inside comfort for prisoners is to be considered, but provision is to be made for outside employment for work with a viewconvicts as well as improved to iliealth conditions. TtiK self-suppo- rt J Pennsylvania and' New York farmers arc interested in a proposal to form an organization through which they will be able to deal more trectly with consumers, save the profits of middle men and reduce the 'cost of high living. It is csti mated that the farmer gets less than 4.5 cents out of every dollar paid for farm products by the ultimate con sumcr; and to bring the latter in more direct relations with the former would manifestly be to the advan tage of both. The organizers of this movement seem to have in mind the establishment of distributing stat;rrs. let lie hif.cn item inthe aimers' expense bill is undoubtedly that Which represents the cost ot transportation. The cost of wagon transportation in the United States is estimated to be 1,600,000,000 a year, and probably more than on half of this represents the hauling of farm ptoducc. The establish .mcnt of a postal express system would solve the greater part of the iproblem of farm transportation from The City Council of the City of Greenville will until Wednesday noon, Sept. 13th., iqn receive scaled bids for the construction of concrete sidewalks in front of the property of W. L. Philiips, on the east side of Main Street, in the city of Greenville, for the distance of feet and on the west side of 21 said street, beginning at Russell al ley, in front of the property of J. R. Mayhugh, 25 feet, and of the prop erty of T. C. O'Hryan, 82 2 feet, to the property of J. W. Lam, et al. Sidewalks 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 11, 1910 and. by the provisions of other ordinances relating thereto. Persons entering in to a contract for the construction of said walks will be required to make bond for the faithful performance of the same, and the costs of said construction wjll constitute a lein on the abutting property as is provided by law. "Tift's, Sept. 5th. 1911. Or'ikn 'L:RtfXfecietk3 By order of the council. Eugene Watkins and Will Kyle were pretty seriously bruised and shaken up Monday night when a horse attached to a bugy in which they were riding became scared at a train and ran away, pitching both of them out and dragging them. They were at the Lovcll crossing, near Luzerne, and a passing train frightened the horse, and he dashed down the track, soon upsetting the vehicle. Neither of the men were seriously hurt, and the buggy can be repaired. Mr. S. J. Landes, city assessor, is very busily enqsged in taking the property lists of our citizens, and is making good headway with his work There arc minora of a secret wed ding, to be announced soon, "it is AVINGS BANK Greenville, Ky, Hisscll camel sweener will last longer than 40 corn brooms, costing from $12 to $15; the sweep ers cost $3 to 55.75Sec them at Roark's, and have other advantages features ex than the money-savin- g plained. A - PRINCIPAL Appreciating your past patronage we solicit all or part of your Let Mc fix your clock. carnages Roaik's. The largest line of the best baby in town are on display at BUSINESS COLLEGE. Second and Walnut Streets. iNoonron.vTcn. I fHTfTVlT T T TfV M I Hj future Banking business. THOS. E. SUMNER, Cashier. Home rendered lard.i2c. per pound. J. E. Coomiis & Co. Two houses and lots for sale; de sirable property, well located, Ap ply at this office. .it. Sec Coombs & Co. ell your beef hides. W General Insurance I Wo ronroconf the Home ance (o. of FIRST NATIONAL BANK before you 0 '7 f 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. s We leave it to you to say how good 13 our furniture polish. We know it is the best we en buy, and sell under a guaran tec. If not the best you ever used, return and get your money quick and pleas antly. ROARK. The standing and responsibility of the men wC A thar wntoc a 1 who constitute our Board of Directors are a guarantee of careful, judicious management. tar H. Kinds of farm cind I SonetM examination of unsightly and perhaps there by the I USE New! jj j Gold Soldcrltig Did you ever have your spectacles or a piece of jewelry mended and on A Clean Man Outside cleanliness is less thon halt the bnttlc. A mnn may tcrub himself a dozen times a day, nnd still be unclean. Good health means cleanliness not only outside, but inside. It means a clean stomach, clean bowels, clean blood, a clean liver, and new, clean, hculthy tissues. The man who is clean in this way will look it and net 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, lilood discuses are found where there is unclean blood. Consumption und bronchitis mean unclean lungs. you found a great pile lead all over the joint on the article itself, left jeweler? FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY STEAM BOILER 0 14 K. GOLD SOLDER on all spectacles and jewelry, and finish the joint so neatly that you BONDS J Br, Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery prevents these diseases. It makes a man's insides clean and healthy. It cleans the digestive organs, makes pure, clean blood, end elenn, healthy flesh. habit-formin- g can't locate the break. If your watch is sick I can rc store it to health. LET ME SHOW YOU .8 GIVE US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE. r Wntchinoltor nnd !cvalcr jjj elmer Mccracken ltvark'x Furniture Slore ACKWELL BRO'S uj It restores tone to the nervous system, and cures nervous exhaustion nnd prostration. It contains r.o alcohol or drugs. Constipation is the most unclean uncleanlincss. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant P3 lets cure it. They never gripe. Easy to take as candy. GREENVILLE, The Record 50c. per year. KY, said." KJKIN (ABIIS AT ROARK'S. iTn'iTito Mn i . ... Merchandise at Auction Sept. 13. ;4f The regular term of the Muhlenberg circuit court convened here Monday afternoon, Judge Win. P. Sandidgu on tire bench, aud district attorney Randolph Mallory representing the commonwealth. The criminal docket is a rather long one, but all for minor oflenses, the special term having been devoted to felony cases. The grand jury is at work, and the members of the petit jury arc being kept busy on the I. C. commonwealth docket, turning out many dcoisions, and convictions arc numerous, as follows: Boy Robinson, $100 fine for vioIt now costs $4.03 railroad Notice to Hie Claims. 1:1 ii 'U M. lating local option law. fare to Louisville, on regular ticket. All persons having claims against C. W. Wells sold liquor to a II V Mill ,li i.oiiivilU- l!jir i ai pm 'This is an increase of 8 cent;, under 0S t'liiriniiali Kiipthe estate of G. P. Jcffires, deceas- minor, and drew a line of Si 00. I.imll. cl LoitUx lt Central l it) Hi'fiininHtatln ;.'it the order that went into effect the ed, are notified to present the same 1M Eli Mathency and Levi Foster Htrrii mf mi. first of the month. hn. to me properly proven, on or before were each fined $30 for breach of . liO Pmluen.li an YImoi iin 121 Pillion iirruHinHlatlni Oct. 1, 191 1, for settlement. li 4tt j.m the peace. .. Mr. P. S. Wood, of Helton, v.i; X ill pm 101 Nww OrtniMH NiMrlnl J UK X. O. mee. (LoitWvltlr pittar. only) l.tOum This, Aug. 29, 19 1. Shelley WickliflV, for shooting in here Monday on business, ami JttueS, 1011. U'.d. CKAwroiU). Act. Tnos. K. Si;mnikk, Admr. sudden heat and passion, was assess mingling with friends. BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The ony Baking Powder made from Royal rape ream of Tartar return to Greenville on cir cus day, Sept. 13, and will have shipped here n large and varied line of clothing, overcoats, dry goods, shoes, hats, notions, etc., and you can buy at your price, as I shall sell at auction. Will be near the show grounds, outside the city limits; will have extra help, so that you may G G have best service. Wait for mc. I NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE thank you for the liberal patronage you have given me on my previous visits, ami will have many good Don't forget the Mite I .awn things for you on my return. R. R. LOCAL TIMI APD. Yours truly, Social at Mrs. John Duncan's Km day night. L. Isaacson. 2t I will OYAL CIRCUIT COURT. Opera House Is Closed. 4 j .. I 1 Cut--.- 1 The Ladies' Aid Society of the Presbyterian Church will give a Mite Social at the home of Mrs. Sun lros.' circus here Sept. 13. the Good morning! Heady for con- John Duncan on Friday night, Sth. i nst. Delicious ice cream and Give your job printing orders to ference? cake will be served, and u special Tub Rbcokd. School opened Monday, nn'd the entertainment provided for every Everyone now alive with young- one out on the lawn. J. 12. Coombs & Co. buy beef sttcets are coidially invited. sters. .hides. Highest cash price. With good roads, remote. no place is ed a $$0 fine. Dira Gossett, John Bradley and Owen Bratchcr received S20 fine, each for breach of the peace. There were several specimens of John Gains lost $60 by violating the equine family on jockey row the local option law, that being his Monday, but none of them would fine. on speed, Harvey Kitchcnor disturbed the have drawn a blue ribbon form or performance. peace to the value of The city council Monday night passed an order closing the LcMeadc opera house, the sanitary condition of the building, owing to the constructions of iccent partitions, burg bad, as there is small chance for air circulation, while the one narrow exit, down a flight of stairs, would result in a catastrophe if an emergen cy should arise to empty the build There are alterations ing quickly. which may be made that would insure conditions of safety as to exits, and the ventilation could be provided by an adequate ventilated skylight or by the insertion of a number of ventilating domes in the roof. It is probable that a conference of the officers with the owner may be held,, and the necessary alterations made, as it is necessary to have such a building for entertainments, but it is much more important that the building have every safety and sanitary cotiditioif that may be pro It is a desirable thing that vided. people be entertained, but it is a necessity that our lives be protected by every means possible. a- - ?.o. One man says he is holding to his If chicken thieves should take a Mr. and Mrs. Cam Howard are summer headgear because there is an now at. home in the Middlcton notion to prowl now they would find many coops of choice pullets intend- "r" in straw hat. residence. ed for the preachers who will attend i Telephone Miss Lena Arnold and Mosquitoes aie more plentiful the conference. have your laundry called for aud past few weeks than they have been If you want that dead watch or delivered promptly. all season, the damp, weather and clock put to work, let Mc have it coolness appearing to multiply the Showers again this week have been and he will put it to running. pests. highly beneficial to crops and comto people. With one or two liy a new order, which went into forting wife of 2d r. Oscar Irvin and more good rains, at proper limes, Lexington, arc here with the family cfiect the first of the month, all corn and tobacco will be made. tickets are now figured by the I. C. of Mr. L. W. Irvin. agents at 3 cents per mile, and The State Fair, all week, will Uncle Amos Jenkins is up, after change is made to the penny. draw many people from this section nn illness of several weeks, and is Heretofore the amounts have been to Louisville next week. able to be out and mingle with his figured on same basis, but the odd Modern Circus Methods. liy the cents have been deducted. friends. new ajrangements the fare to Louis Two merchants were talking a few The first daylight robbery in a villc is now $4.03, to Central City days ago, when the subject of circus long while was pulled oft here at 22 cents, and to Nortouville 52 cents. advertising was mentioned. One of At other points the fare is lowered, Uic gentlemen made the point of noon last Friday. so that the net result will remain savings affected by shows now, com Porch: swing isctfgds in. 'arju's hafoppt. the same. , . pared with a quarter of a century ligt'hvanlUlmTshes A lRVtarlHs$j especially is mis noticauie jago.ne. ! : Ed NofTsingcr, for assuult and battery, was adjudged indented to the state to the extent of $50. I he attendance has uccn very light, as farmers are busy, mines have resumed active operations and the cases arc of a minor nature, holding the crowds down. grand jury. R. T. Johns, fore man; T. J. Boswell, T. J. Hill, S C. Claridy, R. W. Deuniss, II. C. Downey, S. J. Mahon" F. M Latheni, J. R. James, J. J. Elkins, Rulus Jernigan, S. J. Lands. F. 15. Green, C. L rK'iirjnRV. Carver, R. A. Adkins, E. B. Dukes, John Isbcll. D. J. Gislli J. F. Hud son, J. P. Moseley, F. E. Parhom, Mack Boggess, F. IC. Jamison, J. W. Jessup, D. M. Tjson, J. E. Smith. Nettcr Adkins, J. T. Mathis, J. J. Padgett, W. F. Walker, Wash Jenkins, W. L. Whitgon, W. W. F. N. isbcll, Griffith, A. J. W. Oatcs. &UL.' ' '. Mrs. James W. Gates is now able to sit up, and has been entirely free of fever for some days; her many friends hope that her recovery may be speedy. The nights are getting quite fortable, though days arc hot. Death of Mrs. Win. Towel!. Mrs. .Julia Ad Powell, wife of Mr. died at their home at Powderlv Monday, after an illness from stomach trouble which con lined her to her home for some weeks, ijhc was a well known woman, an exeiu plary Christian, and attracted friends in all circles. Uev. Truman delivered thefuncml address at .Icrnigan'sCliRp- el at o'clock Tuesday afternoon, and interment was in the graveyard near by. Mrs. Powell was a Miss Robinson and was born in Logan county March ;:. ISIS. Her husband and family have the deepest sympathy of many friends throughout this section. Ym. Powell, com- No Place Is Remote With a Road Like This Leading to It. Distance is no longer computed by miles, but by time. The world is only as large now as it was a century only that much of your life is consumed in enago, because compassing it. Transportation is the most important commodity we have. Nothing, therefore, is so necessary as the providing of Good Roads. They save and make money, add to the length and joys of your life, increase land values, provide a distribution of people rather than congest them. one-eleventh i'-- . "3 (iraded School Opens. .11.. o-.- : t. ,. bttibere witPtidnWkAerirstW; Public schools all over the county are now well under way, as some of Mr. C. G. Bridges was here Mon them have been open for a month. day from Drakesboro. Sun Bros, circus will be met early Mr. M. 1J. McDonald is sufficient-recovere- d Wednesday by several folks who alfrom an attack of ways i;tvc circus outfits first inspect- typhoid fever to be out, and is ion. To see the animals and equip- spending some days at his old home ment detrain a sight that to some'is near Ncbo, with his parents." more interesting than the ring performance. Dr. Henderson will preach at the Presbyterian church next Sunday The Ladies' aid Society of the morning and evening. The evening Presbyterian" Church will run an service will begin at 7.30 o'clock. Exchange on Saturday, the 30th. Everybody invited. inst. Everything nice in the eatable line will be on sale. The place will See Big Bcn at Macks watch' be announced later. making shop. Most of the straw hats you sec WANTED Good Housekcepine men wearing u'ow are about ready Magazine requires the services of a to be put on the retired list. representative in Greenville to look after subscription renewal and to exThe Powdcrly brass band' made tend circulation by special methods our city a visit last Saturday night, which have proved unusually sue and drew quite a crowd to court cessful. Salary and commission square to enjoy the music. Previous experience desirable, but not essential. Whole time or spare .If you want to have a thoroughl' time. Address, with rclercnccs, enjoyable time, come to the Mile F. Fairbanks, Good Housekeeping Social at Mrs. John Duncan's Fiiday Magazine, 381 Fourth Ave., JJew night. York City. 1 1' b en 7tn-,x- it rtraB- - -- tlic week. 'IV V-'-- would have billboards cdn structed, and the larger ones would enclose court house squares with boards twelve feet high, at a cost of S200 to 300, and with the most elaborate " paper'' covering it. This expense is now a mere trifle, as dead walls arc covered for a few tickets to the show, and no money outlay. The price of admission is the same, tents are larger, with increased seating capacity, and the revenues are therefore heavier. Transportation is more costly, food for men, horses and animals is higher, wages higher, etc., so that circus investments, like all other things, a reduction on one line is of no benefit, as along others it is offset. folks- Sec L. Isaacson's ad. and meet him here next Wednesday, as he will have a wide variety of goods to offer at auction, Big Day for Everybody. Do you drink coca-colaThen try ours. It is pure and refreshing. Ta.yi.or & Pooi.u. aio ? Burr Grist My new Miii. or-th- mill is in oper ation; call on your merchants for White Flint meal. Also ready to Sowing settees for porches at furnish the public with chicken feed and chopped corn. MV. Ilanlm, oLLoui&villu, contractor jl28 J. A. Shavbu. Y. Cu 13uncan residence, arrived uosflay yith n crew of workmen, ami Mr. D. M. Roll is improving his work will bo iushil. residence on Cherry street by the Mr. Louis Cofcr, one of the best addition of a commodious porch. i 1 Ro-ark?- s. burr grist known engineers on the I. C. and who lor many years has been m the fast run passenger scryicc, was here on legal business this week in court. was- - The circuit court a large one. Miss crowd Monday i J ill a; Minnie Drake has just returned from a trip to Mammoth There was considerable important Cave, Madison villc, St. Louis and business transacted at the regular Chicago. meeting of the city council Monday night. Pavements were ordered to Mr. John Wilkins, of Drakesboro, be built, and the LaMeadc opera was here Monday to the McDermott house was ordered closed until such speaking. time as alterations were made that Monday was Labor Day, a na would provide sanitary circulation and insure safety in ca9c of a fire tional holiday, and none of the mines were working, the men scat The banks were closed Monday, tering to the toWns for the day. on account of the holiday, but the wife and Mary Mr. Geo. stores and all other businesses were open, caring for trade, which was Evelyn were in Louisville severa days this week. good in all lines. Ea-ve- The biggest day of amusement in the history of Greenville will take place on Wednesday, Sept. 13. This will be the occasion of the visit of the famous Sun Brothers' world's Proqessive Shows. This popular tented exibition is now on its twentieth annual tour and the assertion is made by the Sun manage ment that the show is richer and newer in all departments. Each succeeding season a new company of artists are engaged for This the Big Top performance. season all- - previous efforts are eclipsed. The Zoologic and Wild Beast display is a mammoth one and serves to introduce the greatest and most select collection seen here in a decade. No fakirs, gamblers or purple attractions arc ever countenanced about this show. It is essentially the purest and cleanest conducted show ever organized. Two performances take place daily, in rainy no or fair weather. Positively curtailment. The committee soliciting homes for the conference delegates has been actively at work this week, and has met with universal gratifying re sponse from our people. Many per sons have taken a halt dozen dele gates, and quartets have been even more popular; nothing less than two have been taken by anyone, and it is assured that homes will be found for all our visitors The boUlust' daylight robbery com milted here in years wan successfully executed Uy two sttangi men here Inst Friday, when the cash drawer was bro ken open in Mi. W. A. Younjf's general store, near the depot, and a shot sack containing from SOO to 87. ami a revol ver that was 111 the drawer were taken Mr. Young locked his store and went to dinner, and an ids home is near by, was gone not over 1" minutes, but on his return discovered his loss at once His driver saw two white men come out of the side door of the store not more than live minutes before the rob bery was discovered, but supposing that Mr. Young had returned, and was in the store, paid 110 attention to it. The men left the store leisurely, com ing toward town, but not the least trace of them could he found, though oillcers had bloodhounds on the seem1 in a short time. Mr. Young is confl dent that tho men hart slipped in through a back door aud secreted them selrcs as no forcible entrance wSis nmde, and they let themselves out by unlocking the side door, where the key had been left in the door 011 the inside He had seen no strangers about Ids place, on that day or previously, and it is a mystery how the men under stood conditions, as thej- - evidently did, or were experts, aud had figured it all out on sight. Ko clue has been found aud it i not likely the culprits will be apprehended. Pipened Monday with the largest en rollment in its history. Several rooms were crowded to overflowing. Besides the large number of pupils present there were more than fifty patrons present. More pupils were enrolled the first morning than were enrolled the entire first month last year, the enrollment being 346. The devotional exercises were conducted by Rev. Dillon, after which ringing speeches of exhortation and advice were given by Dr. Henderson, Judge Sparks and W. O. Belcher. Instead of the interest of the pupils and patrons lagging, there seems to be a steady growth of interest and appreciation. The method of instruction in the High School will be changed the coming year to what is known as departmental work; Miss Curd having English and History, Mr. Mose ley, Latin, German and Mathematics: Mr. Hayden, History and Science. This method of instruction has proven most beneficial in other schools tiid we predict a marked improvement in the quality r f wcik the me; h id. done The txfco i fpeiiifg ninh r vcr fttvorahle cm ts and i: ii to be hoped that pupils, patrons at d Light and Water Co. Annual Meeting; teachers wiil so co operate as to The annual meeting of U10 stock make the term the most iUc:tssfU holders of the (JrccnvilJe Light A Ya in the history of the kchool. ter Co. was held in the county court LIST or l C!A'. HhHS room Mondny n;ght. and most of the C. C. i I ivden, superintendent. stockholders were represent id. Th report of Manager tiilmnn was rend V. M. Mosely, High school priuci-pal- . and discussed, aud the affairs tf tl.tgrowing nd &atii,- - Miss Lihitn V. Curd, English teach coiapitny ure in factory condition. There wu no divier in High school. dend declared, the directors deeming Mr. Gordy Young,, 7th. and Sth, it best to use the profits In extensions grades. to the plant, and in acquiring an ofllop building, which has just been complet- Miss Mina Griffin, 6th. grade. ed. After serving the company four Miss Katie Metcalf, 4th. and 5th. years Mr. V. Duncan resigned as grades. . president, aud to that position Mr. W. 3rd. A. N'icltlifrc was elected, Mr. L. Y. Miss Todd Shutt, 2nd. and grades. Irvin being chosen vice president, and Mr. .1. A. Oil man retained as manager, Miss Lillian Craig, first grade and while the board of directors was like kindergarten. wise retained. The buHincoS is being Mrs. Felix Rice, musical instructor. steadily developed, and the is tho best that can be provided, the benefits of this concern to the city and surrounding country being very great, and while the stockholders are getting small returns on the investment, the' worth of the property Is being enhancun-le1 um-.tjii 11 StcreHoW;!! TfiB You've Host Yot! Got to Acknowledge It COMING HERE BY ITS OWN SPECIAL TRAIN One Big Day Afternoon usa .a 0 arid 111 Night ; 5onf vupu 1NVILLE In Rainy or Fair Weather, Without any Curtailment -- 3 World V Progressive SKow Great Transpacific Wild Beast Exhibit. ' Blue Ribboned Horse Fair. Latter Day Vaudeville jubilee. Collossal Carnival of Novelties and European TraisiedAriinial Exposition. For nearly a Quarter of a Century a Tented Exhibition, the favorite of all the officials, clergy, press aud the whole amusement going public. Because of its newness, at all times. Its great purity, cleanliness and the able and honorable manner of its management. . Y4 Two Dig Performances Daily, at 2 and 8 P. M. Doors open one hour earlier. Prof. John Shell y'g Musical Majesties (ai soloists) will appear preceding the regular performance, rendering u high class musical ed. The, campaign is being opened all Free! On the Show Grounds, every day at 12:30 P. M:f will be offered a series, of extraordinary free exhibitions. Absolutely the greatest free display ever presented to the public. Dqs.'t Fail to se Them. Be There in. Ample Time. KEEP POSTED AS TO over the state by the big guns, and within a month the local speakers will be in the field. Next Wednesday is circus day. LUCKY J. E. Coombs' GffiSEiFo Registered Poland China Boar. Services at farm at 51, dot when service Is rendered. J. E. COOMBS, Grecinille, Ky. W EXACT DAY AND DATE. COMING SURE. is ' C ''grip tpmtm m . f ROARK Firiiture, Wallpper, Shades, Moldings. Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrpperjr, Slippers, Grve Vailts. Disinfection ROARK POPE WILL NOT LEAVE ROME e Paris Paper Says It Is Folly to His Holiness Will Move to Lourdes. "Dr. Miles' Nervine Raised Me From Why Not lW L L f f Sf & f fflf m j 1 to &j i i m l iV)r Apropos of tho celobrntlons nltoml-intho flftlctli anhlvorsnry of Italian Independence thoro Is again. It Is Haiti, Bomo talk that Pope Plus X. may leavo Home anil Install himself at Iaurdcs, the most pronouncedly Catholic community, perhaps, In Franco. Commenting on this. Le Crl do Paris says that It Is folly to believe that his hollncRR has over seriously entortaluod tho project of quitting the Eternal City, and still less that of establishing himself upon the territory of tho "The only time," JFrench republic. says Io Crl, -- that the pupae, thought to coino to French soil as in the days of the popes at Avignon was Immediately following tho occupation of Home by tho Italians. Alter tho election of October 2, 1ST0, which assured the union of Home with unltod Italy, Plus IX. thought ho could no longer remain in his ancient capital. Viueentl. than the physician of tfcc papal hospital, suggested to tho poi'v' that he lustU himself In Corsica, a country of lbs t Italian tongue, and we'f Vlnocd to his holiness to ;ljirvo tho C agitation In tho iisnla. This projoct pleased the iopo greatly and lie entered Into no; tlai'ona with the French government, Mctnlcur Thiers .doolarcd himself favcmhlo to the projoct, hut Cardinal Antonolll It and had sunirlent luilncnoo with Plus IX. to have him resolve to 'remain a prltcnor in tho Vatican. 'After thlB Hlsmarck offered Plus IX. an asylum at Cologne, r.nd still later tho pope'B household lormed the project of Installing hi in la the Azores." por-iml- the This Grave"-- M. is T.yior Our Name lins been before the 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 Blum, Texas, said in expressing her opinion of this remedy. a strong "Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine raised me from the grave and I have much confidence in it. I can never say enough for your grand medicines. If anyone had offered mc 100.00 for the second bottle of Nervine that I used I would have said 'no indeed.'" MRS. THOMAS TAYLOR, Uluni, Tex. Nervous exhaustion is a com- Read The to Our Aim constantly lias been to sell the best goods in our lines, at the most reasonable prices. Our services are of the highest grade, our wares the best, and our equipment compares with the best of the larger cities. Wc endeavor constantly to increase our usefulness. SL to to to 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 to HENRY WATTERSON Editor. K'RNISH Vol 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 accurn ulalcd experience and knowledge of this third of a century are at your command. & SL Ml to Dr. Miles' Nervine Your nerves are your life and lack of vital energy makes existence a misery. Dr. Miles' Nervine will tone up your nervous system. Ask any druggist. If the first bottle fails WK CAN The & to J. L. ROARK Estate ORIEN L. ROARK, Manager to to to THE RECORD AM) THK to benefit, your money Is returned. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L F 8f URNITURE UNERAL 1879 Lon$ Distance EALERS D IREC Telephones: TORS Mi & to Established Store 72; Home 103 WHEN JOHNSON HELPED FRYE 'New Maine Ccrsstcr Wss Hotel Clerk r and Found Quarters for the I Bulbs of nil Kinds in Slock. Miss Lena Arnold has in stock all kinds of bulbs, and now is the time to beyin the cultivation. Following are rady for delivery, and orders taken for others, and prompt de livery guaranteed: Chinese Sacrecl I.illics, ioc each, 3 for 25; Paper White Narcissus, Grandillora, 2 for Roman Hyacinths, 5c, 30c rioz; Single White, 5c each, 50c doz; Bedding Hyacinths, Dutch, 5c each, 60c doz; Forcing Dutch Hyacinths, 10c each, $1.00 doz; Tulips, mixed, " soc doz, BOTH ONE YEAR FOR to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to Sistccman. When Senator Chnilio Johnson of Maine took the arm of his KcpuLlIean .feeble colleauue' tho .other day In the senate and up to tho clerk's desk marched .t'jere was In his mind the thought of another meeting between them years jago. The new Democratic senator told about It afterward when Ecateil In his largo ofilco across the way from tho Capitol. t In hla earlier days Just cs he was IgettlnR through, college Johnson taught LjjEchobl. . Ho wfiFhome from a term of teaching and over at Watervllle met ! Jim WUheo of tho old Elmviood hotel. ) "Want a Job, Charllo?" said Jim. "I certainly do,' was the reply. "Well, I need a nig! t clerk at tho Elmwood. Come over ami try It," 'which the future renalor d!d. He had been on tho Jcb but a few days when tho late evening train brought a crowd :of guests. Some pushed to the front and got tho best available rooms, and, ;whcn William P. Fryo signed his name , thoro wero no good quarters left. "Awfully sorry, senator," said Night Clerk Charlie Johnron." ' We have no 'rooms auch as you ought to have. Thoro's a suite, howcVvr, which wo keep reserved for tho proprietor of tho woolen mills. I believe I'll take a chanco on putting yen In thcr;?." And bo It came rbcut that the future Democratic cennJcr from Maine .gave his future Rcpub'lcan colleague ftho best quarters li the houEe. Bos- ton Herald. i ; I ; Wo can also give liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier-Journal. -- A The Greatest Rose Hovclty of the Century BLUE ROS-E- CIIMBEBUNB TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH ((TTCOUPOIIATllD) nd CO, Write Courier-Journ- al Com- for and Price List 1. $r 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 Couryyy Journal. The New Rose (Violet Blue) Hailed by the Rose Growers as the Forerunner of the Corn-Seflower Blue Rose. Very ous and hardy. Free Blooming GrccnhoHHCH JOHN E. RACKEBRANDT Princeton, Ky. , this Company enable you to talic almost mv'.vr.Brf! in rini rnnm nr inna Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi asd Louisiana. Wo can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with tho people of this? groat section of the country. Wc solicit your patronage. Rates reason able. Equipments and facilities unsur- passed. -. Long distnnoo Unec and tolcphones of JBJfiJipi 'Ji3S L O'tXi L LLA.riDflMHr flo I Ride Deal at home as much as pcss'blc. Build up your J with trains, day and night, with Bus and Baggage wagon. I The Greenville Transfer Go. I They meet all I I THE JUST RECEIVED home town. This will make you a better home market and enhance the ! value of your property. Many Patterns of I 191! Wallpaper White Sewing Machines, in rotary and vibrator; needles. shuttles, etc. in stock for all machines. ROARK'S STORE. Get potted plants and cut flowers from Miss Lena Arnold. Take your beef hides to J. E. Coombs & Co. and get the cash. AND KILL the COUCH 1 THE LUNGS CURE Dr. King's New Discovery WITH - Magpie a Thieves' Accomplice. Six thleve3 and a magpie have been run In by the Parrs pollc?. Tho bird, itrue to Its Instinct, was an active mem-;bc- r of the gang. It did not purloin on Ita help was Inlts own account valuable. The rlx thieves, all under Bixtecn, chose a sufficiently simple-- , minded tradesman, and entered his shop. Tho bird was perched on the wrist of one of the boys, and did ;trlcks, bowed, danced, and chattered. Ingenuous shopkeeper was jTho amused. Suddenly the magpie flew up .nnd perched near tho coring, out of reach. The boy3 and the shopkeeper .started hunting for tho bird not all (the boyo, however, for enc of fheni jstopped bchlud, near the till, and empA whistle called tho bird tied It. Jdown, and bird and bDys were off with 'their booty. The game seems to hnve succeeded upon only one trusting tradesman beforo tho gang. Including .tho magpie was crtured. : w.. Trlftl Bottle Free AND ALL THROAT AH 8 LUNG TROUBLES. GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY! OR MONEY REFUNDED. rnn . VqlDS Aiimie MICE Oil v Easy Hnmnant Strong Swift Accurate Best work, prompt service; give Several patterns of swing porch your laundry to Joe Morgan, who settees at Roark's, and you arc inwill appreciate your patronage. vited to call. Perfsot kElECTRlCf ANlmt MFCIIANIC J nut. Ine fur eveolotly. I LcunalM tclri.tiIcltT.lne I conlnc Icnce.anilhowto I .lia AND I rt IkJcon St e '.SnmpBim ti l,fullo!rlturcs' SamJ fie copy fitc If you mmel 'lhirajr. $1.00 a year. I Uoston, Pull. Co. I Mas. I IMintocrnpliT IntrrettJ t rytoJy AMHIMC AN ril'jr x.n Aril tea hestt Y fit 07? If you have not heard the Victor talking machines, can ai x.uuiN a. n womf you have heard them, call again and often; they never grow tiresome. Large library of records and all kinds of talking machine supplies. See the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Roark's. Telephone No 5 and" your laundry will he called for and delivered. Joe Morgan solicits that grocery order, and will show his appreciation by supplying the best goods at the very lowest prices. Quick delivery and courteous treatment. Typewriter ribbons, legal blanks, document covers, carbon paper at this office. Telephone that grocery want to Joe Morgan and get the best goods at lowest prices. Standard Visible Writer Enables the operator to see every word cs written without raising carriage, saving time and trouble. Possesses every feature. The 20th century success. In use by U. S. Government, 157 railroads and largest mercantile houses in many countries. Handsome booklet free. THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER CO., 10M09 Lake St., Chicago. ncaiibfulr! tutt ly pri e content, i Thackcray'3 Talented Daughter. Tho centenary of th birth of VP t Ham Makeploea Thackeray, the great inovellst, will occur on July 18. Even If there should ho no forma! will pause a the evont moment on that day nnd do honor to Very the memory of the author of "Pcndon-nls.If there ihcu'd be any public It la a very serious matter to ask observance In England of the fcr one medicine and have the It Is probable that Lady Ritchie wrong one rjiven you. For this would take a con si. Fer able part. reason wo urge you in buying to Lady Ritchie Anno Isabollo Thack-icray- be careful to get the genuine the great novelist's daughter, ha3 mndo a namo for herself by her own abilities. She married her cousin, Mr. Richmond Thacker7 Rltchlo, In BUCK-DRAUGH- T 1S77, and Is now known as Lady Liver Medicine Ritchie. In a great measure sho Inherited The reputation of this old. relia her talents from her father. She has ble medicine, for constipation, indono considerable writing, "The Vildigestion nnd liver trouble, i3 firmlage on the Cliff" and "Old Kenslng-- , ly established. It docs net imitate ton" being considered by many as her other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the fabest vork3. vorite liver powder, with a larcer salo than all othera combined. A Surplus of Pro'ience. SOLD IN TOWN F2 "Isn't Pikes a patient follow, f .y " c uUlcliCT, quest! Jti fr s ereil Sample . H 1 au mtnti n t'.u j ,xr American Photography Ucacon St.. IUiton. Matt. KJPIhen you van1 Serious y XLhc AjaBjrA IRecotb H Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent 'with Quality. HARCOURT &CO"Xouisville:K)f Ql 1 manufacturTng' 'engKavers I Miss Lena Arnold asks the patronage of the public, and guarantees that satisfactory work will be done in her clothes cleaning, pressing "Yes, Indeed, He'll epond half tho The largest line of the best baby and repairing shop. morning '.explaining foraethlng to you which-yoj- t the slightest desire carriages in town are on display at haven't jp knew?' The Record 50c. per year. Roaik's. WALLPAPER Special Prices, at Rife COME cmd SEE THEM The J. L. ROARK ESTATE ...... . f