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Record (Greenville, Ky.): September 14, 1911 Record (Greenville, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Greenville, Ky. : Record Press, 1899- Greenville, KY 1911 rec1911091401_sn87060049 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Record (Greenville, Ky.): September 14, 1911 Record (Greenville, Ky.) Greenville, Ky. : Record Press, 1899- Greenville, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 'Record" Advertising Costs Noi'liartg. Muhlenberg County potter's clay, fcetc, and the most inviting field in for investment of capital and pluck. Keri-jftuck- y is rich in coal, iron, timber, p It pays for itself, p sure of returns. The investment is Get our rates, VOL. Xin. NO. 31. GREENVILLE, KY THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1911, 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE era Kentucky Fair Dales. TUB RATH TO CHICAGO REDUCED. BIG FEATURE OF FSI TROTTING AND PACING EVENTS WILL STIR DLOOD IN VEINS OF ALL HORSE LOVERS. Not coutrut with an exceptionally ood racing card in the past, L. 1). Shropshire, assistant sec rotary of the Kcutucky State Fair, hasr figured It out that a rouplo of added stuKon would nbnm suit tho popular taste ;tnd he has suggested two trotting races, one a 2: 17 and the other u 2:3ti cvont. This suggestion met the ap proval of Junius L. Dent, member In charge. The early closing events, In which the entries closed June 1, include the 2:15, 2:17, 2:20 and 2:25 classes in the trotting, and the 2: 11 and the 2:25 rie?ses in the pacing events. The purse In each of theso events is $000. The additional classes include the following otferings: Trotting 2:24, 2: IS and 2:11 classes, purse $500 each, l'acing 2:25, 2:15 and classes, puree $500 each. ICntrles fcr tho class races will close September 4, 1011. Tho program of races, distributed as th?y arc, and calling fcr a grand total of $0,000 in purses, thould bo sufficient to attract not only a bunch of horsos which will furnish some excellent sport but also an attendance of enthusiasts on each of tho five days. freo-for-a- ll Tlio follow In ate tlie liiH't Used for huttllug Knlr for MM I tit far iih roixnted. tln Ki'hUh-UOlllfi-- r of fiilfH ro wiurBtrd to wimrt to ut any nmmliwlon or correction of luU-Kentucky Slate Kalr. IjonUvillf. September It 6duys. Sittvllli', Soirtewoer 3 ln j a. ilayn. J I oim- - Cave, September 9 . gantow ii, Hrplt-tiibo- r it 3 ;lusjrow, September ix t I duj . Mu Held, .September t! I'nducah. October a I data. I day. 11 Murray, October Monon Route Announces, New Schedule of Fares One Way and Round Trip. tin. What Are You doing To Do This Year TREATING FOR SIDE BONES Cartilage Which May In Cortnin Cnsos Become Hardcnod nnd Thus Lead to Lameness. DIl. MMNTOSll. III. (By Station.) Krimnt On elthor side of the coflin bone In tho horse thcro Is n cartllHge which nmy In certain enses become burdened by deposits or mineral matters nod thus lend to lameness. They nro situated on one or both sides or the leg nnd bulge above the tiryor portion of tho hoof. They may be tho result of Inflamed conditions, bruises or trou- bles Hko corns or hoof crnclcs. Slip- - by way of making your business successful ami your domestic life full of pleasure, if you arc not supplied with telephone service of the Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company? jiveryonc should have a telephone. You are connected with all outside important points in local connections with all residences and business houses. For any information call manSave your home by having your Hues repaired. ager, Hatkjcy Tiros, do this work in best manner. Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Co. Incorporated. The Monon Route artttounccs that it will henccfoith sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago at $6 one way, instead ot 5n as tprmcny, and $12 round trip, good days return ing, instead ot mo. rairons arc offered exceptionally go6d service by the Monon, which on, night trains fiom Louisville operates CompartPullmans, ment and Drawing-rooas well as the usual straight sleeper. The day trains have Parlor and Din ing cars, and the very pnest modern, Inquiries cheerfully new coaches. answcrctl by li. 11. JJaj:on, D. P. A , Louisville, Ky. CLEANING TIME They can't stand against this matchless broom of the blood. Out they go, along1 with the troubles they cause, such as pimples, boils, sores, eczema, malaria, rheumatism and kidney disorders. It makes a clean sweep. salt-rhcum, ELECTRIC All As filth flies before the broom, so do disease germs, effete and impure matter and foul humors in the blood fly before BITTERS BY It ourc3 quickly and euros to 3toy. It gives ctoriouo hdalth and vigor to the wonk, sickly and PRICE 50c AND $I.OO PER BOTTLE run-down. aUntdui Star Nrius Painter and Interior Furniture, Moldings, Wall Paper We carry on our floors and in our ware- rooms the largest variety of Fttrniturs In Muhlenberg. If we do not have what you want, we will get it for you. We have factory con nections with makers of the finest goods in the country, and through "OUr Special Order Department" can supply any exclu sive articles at less prices than city stores or mail order houses. Our Picture and Room Molding-stock- s are always complete. Wallpaper is now a staple article of mcr chandise, being used all the year 'round And we always have full selections, prices 5 cents and up per roll. SOLD AND GUARANTEED Druggists. ENTRIES FOR FAIR WILL Side ones. : Decorator. : DR. J. prices. W. DBN T CLOSE BARLOW, 8 T. 1 Crown und Hrhlge Work done sit reasonable Olllcc up stairs, lu tuc Jotu-Urflldln?. 4 He E ping on tho Etony pavement is n frequent cause, as well as tho great weight of the bodies In heavy horses. If the wagott tongue fnllR on the foot at this point, tho cartilage may bo Injured and Indueo the disease. ' The swelling Is first noticed just above the hoof or near the heel. Lameness soon follows. Tho treatment usually recommended for side bones consists In tho free use of cold foot baths or cold water a week or more. Tincture of iodlno applied to the swollen parts Is very good. A blister applied after tho water applications have been made for a woel: or so, Is used by many veterinarians. The bllstor Is made of twn leaspoomuis 01 caiiumriuuti aiw band-agos:f- SECRETARY SHY CALLS ATTENTION TO FACT THAT RULES WILL EE STRICTLY ADHERED TO. Greenville, Ky. Secretary Ferry M. Shy, of the Ken tucky Stato Fair Roard, Is anxious to have the fact impressed on the minds of prospective exhibitors that the final dates fixed for the closing of entries in all departments will be strictly adhered to. "In this way only," said Secretary Shy, "can I treat every ones alike. This I intend doing and It will be necessary to refuso to receive entries after the dates set forth." In xtho Women's department. Field, DR. I. J. liylclnn unci Uwrccon. UDlee Jtnlii-croa- a was & Siuimoii trade and the pubgoods in all departbetter selected than We carry a varied :- -: (oi tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt Hlrcvl near Mnlunlrcet. WAUE lit DEPOY, KENTUCKY Wc announce to our lic that our stocks of ments arc larger and ever in our history. line of -: CAM HOWARD. It. GRAY. HOWARD & GRAY, BMyuuH? - - lEuijraiitng A Little Good Paint in Time Saves $ $ $ When your buildings need painting, every day's delay costs you money. The sun. rain, snow and frost ate getting in their wotk. Lumber costs too much iu ia ii uixay iui LAWYERS. Office . in Green BnlMinJ, opposite laJlcade Hold. tSPOur Engraving Machine is the only Seed and Grain, and Poultry, which al- one in this part of Kentucky, and we are ways are of groat Interest, It Is urged exclusively prepared to supply individual that prospective contestants get In Name Plates, which we furnish on all early. JriWiavli tun won lfr iaiw totha ' 1 DBS. HELTSLEY & HELTSLEY fiSIEOPAISlIC PHYSICIANS GENERAL MERCHANDISE and can supply most of the wants of the Plats, 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. :- -: hours, when It ullows: 4b8uoreV, :'tid applied a second Saturday, is .washed Dopartmont, Women's time the follow i.ir week. These appli- September 2. conlinncd uutll tho lamecations are Cattle, Monday, September 1. If this does not ness disappears. Field, Seed and Grain, Monday, Sep firing of bring permanent relief, then tember 4. the Injured parts and several months' Swine, Monday, September 1. rest will bo necessary. Sheep, Monday, September !. Poultry, Thursday, Septombor 7. DIFFICULT HABIT TO REMEDY Horses, Thursday, Septombor 7. Mules and Jacks, Thursday, Septem Only Way to Stop Calves of Sucking ber 7. Each Other's Esrs Is to Keep Collie Dogs, Tuesday, September 5. Them Separated. Plants and Flowors, Monday, Sep ! 'or 24 d t?!1ir(firartm''ntlslwinrclosolareias :'St',t,..t u4&ife 1".t5i1 -- v. tt. ThW anoBa U U I Ii I ill . work. Tcleplior . No. Coffins iu White Enamel and Stained Varnish finish; Caskets in White Enamel, Natural Woods, White, Colored and Black Cl'otk Covered; and Copper CARTER Slriclly I '. 78. WHITE LEAD Pure Linseed OH, Pu. Turpentine and the most expensive colors ulonon Route II ET WE EN i One ot the most difficult habits to ovorcomo in a bunch of young calves is that of eor sucking. When wo food oalves milk from a pH they oat so rapidly that they fail to rellovc the mouth of tho saliva which naturally mixes with its mother's milk while it is sucking. In order to relieve their mouths of this secretion widen their organs of dlgostion demand they will soek some; thing to suck which will relieve tlielr mouths of the saliva which has been ;rotnIned to n large extent and their favorite object Is tho oar o tho calf next to them. Unless this ia prevented tho calf is likely to grow up with the habit of sucking itsolf when it comes to bo a or sucking tho other cows In the herd. Tho only way to prevent this vicious habit is to tie each cair by Itsolf until digestive organ-- have devolopod sufficiently to enable it to digest grain food, such as ground oats and whont brnn. Then they will cat dry bran nnd ground oats and In that way relievo their mouths of this saliva. After this thoy may be turned together nnd thore Is little danger of their acquiring tho habft. milk-produc- (By 11. Q. WEATKERSTONI3.) Fattening Cattle cn Dluegrass. Cattle fattened on bluegrass pasture will mako double (ho gain on the samo grain for the first three months of Iho pnsturc season as compared with tho late months of the feeding period This Important factor xa well as tho inllueucc of age, nitrogenous supple meats nnd the margin of profits are discussed in bulletin 90 of the Mis sourl experiment station. The bulle tin was written by Dean F. B. Mum ford und records the results of flvo years experiments in fattening cattle of various ages on bluegrass pasture. ThlB extensive investigation Involved the feeding of 2G2 cattle divided into and Is tho S6 distinct experiments largest and mbet coinpleto investlga' tlon or tms subject wnicn nas over been made in this country. The bulletin will bo sent on request by writing to the director of tho experiment stn Hon. Columbia, Mo. Worms In Hojjs. If there arc signs of worm. In your f hogs, feed concentrated lyo, tcasnoonful to each animal well mixed In slop or soft feed. In tho fattening pon give the pigs nil they will readily clean up, but no more. Dran and meat meal help (o supply tho young sows with muscle and bone. one-hal- lined airtight Caskets; all lengths, and regular, extra and double extra widths. The kind of paint we use never cracks or and Chicago Louisville Males only years of wear will remove it. Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes constant Let us figure with you when ready to paiat ly in stock, for immediate delivery. BEST LINE TO and durable job Burial 'Robes, Wrappers, Suits, Dresses, Vc guarantee a prices reasonable. Don't put it off. etc., in large variety. Slippers, and the Our two licensed Embalmers respond at Vast Northwest once to calls for such services. Telephone No, 254, Our general equipment is complete and tember 11. Horticultural, Monday, September of highest grade. Two trains daily New stock sewing machine needles 11. We have a Funeral Car in service, sub rench Lick and West Baden Springs. at Roark's for all machines. ject to call anywhere. Tele E2f"Two Private Will Bs There; phones, Store 72; Residence 10S. UNION STATION, Residence 150 yards from 3torc. SLOGAN FOR BOOSTING CATCHY LOUISVILLE. Prompt service any hour day or night. OF STATE FAIR IS DECIDED DEARBORN STATION, UPON. The J. L. nOARK ESTATE. CHICAGO. It ia a very serious matter to cslc A slogan for the ninth Kentucky ORIlM. F.0Rk'. ManaCcr. B for enc medicine and have the State Fair has boon doclded upon and Dinin? and Parlor Cars. S wrong cne fjiven you. For thta It is axpectod to become a household 11 rolls wiol before Soptemhor H reason we urge you in buying Palace Drawing Room Sleepers. around. It is aa follows: S to he careful to get the gcjauinc "I'll be there; will you?" E. H. BACON, D. P. A., The state fair managomont tlmiks Lack-draug- ht N. W. Cor. 1th and Market Sts. that all Kentucklans and southern LOUISVILLE. KY. should be "boosters" for the to tako Cardul, for your femalo Liver Medicine Kentucky State Fair and this slogan troubles, because wc are sure it The reputation of thi3 old, reliaIs suggested as an appropriate one to jj will help you. Remember that ble medtcjiT?, for constipation, inconnection. It will be ad use in that this great fomalo remedy digestion and liver trouble, 13 firmvertised oxtcnslvoly and the hope Is 2 AT FACTORY ly established. It does not imitate will bo taken up ami expressed that It ether medicines. It is better than GLOBE BUGGIES AD HARNESS used generously. others, or it vould not be tho faIn ualng this slogan tho person do vorite liver powder, with a larger Ing so suggests first that he or she is sale than oil others combined. going to attend tho fair and thus be F2 SOLD IN TOWN come, a 'booster. It then asks tlio has brought relief to thousands of In other 3k 'Will you?" nuostion: '.her sick women, so why not to words, it puis it up to the porson ad vwi? For hcadacho, backache, dressed to get busy and join In mak peiicdlcal pains, female weaK-aes- s, Ing tho fair tho groulost in the his many havo said tt Is "tho tory of tho south. Just as the greet best medicine to take." Try It Ing "Howdy!" btcame a household word in and around Louisville when Sold in This City tho Mystic Shrine mot in that city, No. 270 bo there; will so is the greeting, "I'll Tv rv khin of vehicles Dirrrt from cur 18 THE GREATEST equally you?" oxpoctcd to becomo C. O. I). toConMinicr subject to cxam:iiatio:i .inl npprovnlonjod.ijs free trial. It is of tlieKrrnU.t )h length-anbreadth cf popular tho THEATRICAL SHOW PAPER importance to the Globe liuiSy & llarm-'.-- i Cc. to u u pltnsiUanJ state. have every otic wliotlculs-wit- California "I'll You?" Long-Distan- l I I Very Serious I I I I We Ask You! tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt Undertaking Department tt tt just added an Undertaking Department to our tt We have business, and will carry a comprehensive line of Coffins, Cas-- tt tt kets, Robes, Suits, Wrappers and Dresses. Also have a Hearse tt in service, on call anywhere. Orders in this line given prompt tt and careful attention any hour day or night. tt tt Night, No. I? or No. 3. Telepnones: Store, Ho. i. tt tt tt, The BRIDGES & SHANNON CO. tt DEPOY, KENTUCKY tt -: :- -: PRICES f "I used to be troubled vilh a weakness peculiar to women," writes Mrs. Anna Jones, of Kenny, 111. "For nearly a year, I could not walk, without holding my sides. I tried several different doctors, but I grew worse. Finally, our druggist advised Cardui for my complaint. I was so thin, my weight was 115. Now, I weigh 1Q3, and I am never sick. I ride horseback as good as ever. 1 am in fine health at 52 years." " 1 r2EW YORK i CLIPPER IN THE WORLD. 1SM KU WKfJKLY m FINE FOR THE CANDIDATES DIG $4.00 Per Year. Single Copy, 10 Cfe, KENTUCKY DURING STATE FAIR SET ASIDE IN THEIR INTEREST. DAY Sample Copy Free, FRANK QUEEN PU0. CO. (LW I'fllLISIIERS, U.TJKRTJ.B0BIE. 47 W. osru St.. Saw You iUKidsR. oV community without one inoro candidates, present or prospective, for a slnto or district olllco, is n snd community Indeed. In old Kontucky, according to tradition, chll dren are tauyht political dogmas with their prayere. But add to tho great host of candidates for tho more Important ofilees tho snny of those seek Ing city, or county, positions and a force will be brought together sudi cient to drive- both Madero and Diur, with their followers out of the turbulent cour.try of Meslco and into the A Kentucky 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Customor. eachiiliip:iiciilMi(.h cxccilctit value iuiiunlity of i urn myic u maieriiu, worKinniiMiip, vehicle that it will be a Ln.st!n4 Arfvcrtlsemcnt and briti)!m.niy onlcrs in jcturn. If ve ilc. e you, hy sellinjiyou mi honestly nir.ilc buRK nrl n price less t lie MMfllcinmrs I'rufll. vn wi'l hckiiibji. fCCOUincll pur 5Hil- IP jour tOClUT C ' S 111 II". .n:rS PfXtt C' Hi.rniilnn lv nlnllllrlv lis it wouM lw ton lraUr. If j'ooilsare not cs rrp- on your money Is rcturncuto you. mcntcil aKp no risk. .. Ao innnufncturi IioncM clnrie and Uarnrss. intiiipy, tl!l on'ers pmnipt"). weour Write for our Free Ituiy nnd 11.1111014 fi.la'oS-je- . GLOBE BUGGY & HARNESS COMPANY SntlsflwJ OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY No rffoit is sjiaieJ to make TAKE The Woman'sTomc Wc have thousands of such letters, and more are arriving daily. Such earnest testimony from those who have tried it, surely proves the great value of this vegetable, tonic medicine, for women. Cardui relieves women's sufferings, and builds weak women up to health and strength. If you arc a woman, give it a trial. It should help you, for it lias helped a million others. It is made from pure, harmless, herb ingredients, which act oromptly and surely on the womanly organs. It is a good tonic. Try ill Your druggist sells it Vri.'e Ladies' Advisory ' cii'i-U'- t Ai Tonetul!r Trade Marks Dcsignq Copyrights &c. a nwimi f't cinivi"'! nxKet-hnn- il sea The decision, therefore, to have one day of Kentucky Slate Fair week set aside to to known, a Candidate's day Is certain to meet with vociferous approval nnd thorc need be no fear of n record breaking crov.d for tho day on that occasion. for lawns, door ynnU, AVo iunl:o feuc-lnfor Jiiwns, door Tnrd!, Held, lioz nud poultry. VYrlto fur DcKalb, IU. Costs voryHltlo, proves vary eatls-facto- ry jjnr-dcj- is. tiiiiiH'rit ilT"'l!.UM Hal. soul lira i'Mt-- a mri'i t lo. receive faiciitfi taUiii tiiMiii.ii M.iim WUil notut, wll lmut cli.iruo. in tl-- tree wlictlior na HRtlDUOOK onl'nicnts i rtcucrijitlon mny t. UNION FENCE CO., I.nrccst liandsomoly IlliirtrnlPil trcc-hl.I a rillllllUll III HUT ITIIMIIIIM! JOlUlin iiows.lejilfirn. vcMirf fnm lllfkllllli. ftt. tioUl by all A IhMIrr tnrrnn Ifian uttlAs. KCOnJXWStCa tntfthaDU. I T., ' L.-- t. W. fnmttli I. f Wool WOOL Jt J .HIDESandFLURS UllKfafDedn. wecaado WE BUY I Dct., lor Special Instructions, and ChaMar.ooza Medicine Co.. CIsattancosa, Ycnn., bsoU. "Home Treatment for Women.' tit tree. 1 58 Sir' Bags Free to oar sbifptfi. write tor pice mi. LoaisTille, Kansas City, Wo. KillNN 'S Cc.33,Brord,rar' New York C25 N.SABEL&SONS YmT Iff. UrautU Olllco, F BU WiwMiiKtgu, V. C. Subscribe for Ihe. Record Only 50c. ft mark, and in ngrictilturc, live stock ummcrcc, women's work, manu facture, the State is making grand .wn .'w An Independent Newspaper. howing that is instructing, enthus rUIILIMltai) TUUHHDA1K 1IT ing and delighting the largest nttcn- ance ever known. There is no greater forre for development than ItUAHK, OltlKN L. Owes Kick, soretHfjr. Provident. uch an institution, and from the Okiex L. Roakk, Kditok. rapid strides being made by our Telephone, No. 72. people, we will soon have a State OMcr In new aunrx rear of store. prnund lloor. Fair that will rank in every respect ith those of the North, Mast ami "WaHTS P!R YEAR. IX ADVANCE. West, which have for years been one f the greatest factors in the develop TliKMi?. iiyn-UThe nuWrlptloM price of the p.inr expired ment ot those sections. Hme h iwil when the THE BEGORD, " Birds as Money Savers. W. G. Duncan, Pres. W. A. WicklifFe, Vicc-Pre- s. RECORD PRESS, Long-Distan- i in ndrnnve. to which it A jmlil. Hie paper will lit .lopped. , Ottnls i'f tlmnk. oliUimrv nutlew. cu-.- U ot liniKPl' thH Ion timw, will lie pultlUlifil free. Ag cliit-nrof c pr lino wtll be HtHle for nwceeud-luMho. No vwri.ulon of thin rule lo nii.rut") Kroe mmipli! copies will be mailed. A'lvertlmimentrt W ' InsortuU. A rale curd will bo frnlbod on ruipieat. AtitlrotM iiUenmmnnlenUoiiN ami Make nil UWOIM) IMtBPg, payable to The Church of Silence. !rttiivlU, Ivy. THURSDAY, Kntercu SEPTEMBER 11. 1911. at the Ureenrllle, aecond-clati- ae. matter. married he declared he was happy. May he not find that this second venture will not result inu tits-ast- Just after Col. Astor had been Tuil jury convicted Henry Clay IS Gallic, Jr., of wife murder, and fixed his punishment at death in the evidence chair. The electric fjilly warranted the appeals to have verdict, and the extinction of stu b degenerate, pei verted character will not be a loss, but a proteciion to socieiy. How seriously the hue"sinkcs in Great Britain have aflccted trade i shown by August reports of a falling off in imports during the month ol 57,666,570, and a decrease of After all this in exports. frightful loss due to slippage of work on the docks and roils ihe mailers of difference arc to be arbitrated. It would have been better to arbitrate before going to war. $12,-710,01- 5 The Canadian farmers are now harvesting their urcat wheal crop ol !' if. 2co4ooo,oco bushels and getting Old Hickory ready to harvest a market for it, chairs and September 21, by voting for reciprockers, c.tc. rocity. A cattle buyer at Winnipeg in Roar k's tells the stockmen of the Northwest complete his company will pay $5 per head stock. more for cattle if reciprocity shall Housekeeping WANTED Good It will be observed y. that the ratiucaiion ot me tram and faith. The face of Mrs. Kus- - Magfzluc r"&nBIVBs ihe "rorvTceSoH pact has a direct bread- .arid meat cll Carney, in whose mind the idea representative in Greenville to look interest for the people of both had birth, and whose perseverance after subscription reuewal anil to ex complies, who understand thai freer and fortune made the thing possible, tend circulation by special methods which have proved unusually sue trade means cheaper living. is one of almost angelic purity and Salary and commission I he architect offered his cessful. elevation. Even in the free spending Far I might Previous experience desirable, but ervices; the painter wrote: West the high cost of living is at last essential. Whole time or spare almost say that 1 never tlippcd my not coming heme to the housewives. time. Address, with references, 1. brush in paint without a fervent The nickle until now has been the F. Fairbanks, Good Housckecp'n prayer that the meaning of the heart smallest piece of money in general 'dagaxinc, 381 Fourth Ave., Newmight express itself through the circulation: and it was looked at York City. canvas." wiih something like contempt a That this spot, so noble in" its Burr Grist Mill. good coin to throw to ihe newsboy purpose, so beautiful in its execu to" the young for his paper or give My new burr grist mill is in opcr tion, will prove a solace to innumer ster to buy a stick of candy. For ution; call on your merchants for able weary and fretted souls cannot almost every other purpose the "bil" Also ready to White Flint meal. be doubted. (a silver dime) was the ordinary unit furnish the public with chicken fee:l of value. Ii has been discovered, I'hc largest line of the best baby and chopped com. however, thai much money could be jl 28. J A. Shavfr carriages in town are on display at saved in retail buxing; in the long Roaik's. Typewriter ribbons, all machines, run it makes a difference whether oue pays 32 cenls or some multiple at Roark 's Home rendered laxd 120. per of 5 cents for a dozen eggs, for pound. A Bissell carpet sweeper will J. IS. Coomiis & Co cxamplc. In Salt Lake City not last longer than 40 corn brooms, now more than 20,000 pennies are 1. C. Excursion Rates. costing from $12 to $15; the Sweepin the banks, and practically none The State Fair rates to Louisville ers cost $2 to $5.75. Sec them at It is believed are in circulation. that if 2,000,000 one-cepieces will be S4.20 for the the round trip; Roark's, and have other advantages features exinclus than the morfey-savin- g could" be scattered through the cash tickets on sale Sept. 9 to limited for return to Sept. 20. plained. registers in the small stores there ive, W. G. Cuawford, Agent. would-ban appreciable saving in Two houses and lols for sale; de the cost of filling the market basket Mc has "Big Ben," one of the sirable property., well located. Ap to say nothing of the saving in petty ply at this office. .t. expenditures if a smaller money unit best alarm clocks on the market. were employed. Sec Coombs & Co. before you If you want a milk chocolate, o 27 ell your beef hides. Nothing is doing so much to break strawberry milk or Bimbo Flip, we free have it. down the tariff bars that impede Taylor & Poole. We leave It to you to say how good is trade between the nations as th our furniture polish. We know it is the steadily advancing cost of living best we cn buy, and sell under a guaranHouse and Land for Rent. In France tfic food famine has been tee. If not the best you ever used, return The Captain Roark property, the cause of riotous outbreak. As and get your money quick and pleasROARK. consequence the Government has room house, stable, line water, sever antly. a scheme to ameliorate th al acres of land, ready for cultivation approved situation by facilitating the impor located just oulside of town, on two talion of cattle and frozen meats by streets, will be rcntcil reasonably. installing refrigerating and storag Fine location, desirable home. Ap plants, of which there is a lack in ply to Orien L. Roark, Greenville, France; by demanding that the rail Gold ways lower their rates for the trans F'ish Wednesday and Saturday at portation of food, and by suspending Did you ever have your spectacles the tariff on fodders. Of course J. E. Coombs & Co. or a piece of jewelry mended aud on examination you found a great pile these arc only temporary expedients of unsightly load all over the joint If you have a watch or clock 011 for alleviating distressing conditions and perhaps on the article itself, left growing out of a general failure of of running order, jewelry to be re there by the jeweler? crops; but they serve to show tb paired, or sewing machines out o I USE 14 K. GOLD SOLDER only true method of deliverance service, bring them to McCracken on all spectacles and jtwelry, and and get firstclass guarnnteed work The fewer impediments to bar the finish the joint so neatly that yon free interchange of commodities the enn't locale the break. Mr. Will Warren bad a show here greater the opportunities for the sons If your watch is side I can rehimself yesterday, bringing in his store it to health. of men to live and let live. last load of watermelons, and the LET ME S1I0W YOU The State Fair at Louisville th finest he has had all season. Some Mccracken week is by far the largest and most of thenrsold at 75 cents, and were Wntohmnltct- - nn! .Icwnler comprehensive that has been given the largest and finest that have Hon rlc's Fnrtilturu Slore All departments are right up to th been seen here. fnr-linnanfL-forxncJ, - Word comes from several sources f the wonderful little "Church of silence" which Mrs. Russell Gurney caused to be erected in London. It lands facing lljdo Park in L'x- briilge toad, with open door, beside thu iuscriptton: hich appears Passengers through the busy streets f London, enter this sanctuary for ct ihe rest, silence, and prayer. pictured walls within speak of the past yet ever continuing wnjs of Coil with men " No preacher is to tand in the pulpit, no rite will be peM.irme'l, no rreeU compels Hie pirit to resign its freedom. It is merely a wayside place for spiritual recreation. It has, however, been fashioned Mr. Herbert P. to uplift the spirit. "Home was the architect, Mr. Fred 'Ihe rick Shields the decorator. room is lighted from above, the form nd general appearance being "dis tinctly i cclcswistical." Neil h e r rches nor pillars obstiucl the vision, but the eye is allowed to rest upon the two hundred paiutings winch Mr. Shields now, like Mrs. Curn- y, the founder of the church, gone to his finul rest executed through many cars of impassioned labor. I'hcy arc related to each other, and present the story of the Christ. Where the alter would stnnd 111 an ordinary church is the most imposing aiming of all, overarched by a " Lo, am circle and inscribed: ith you all the days." The impression made upon the miml and ihe emotions is said by those who have visilcd this chapel It was undeniably to be unique. the outgrowth of a devotioual pas- ion such as made the thirteenth ccn- 1 1 The destruction of iusect-cattnbirds should not be overlooked by those attempting to explain the increased co3t of living. Government statistics show that our agriculture has suffered to the extent of billions of dollars through the ravages of insects. The annual loss has increased steadily until it has reached a figure which the huuuu mind cannot grasp. In the cotton belt of the South the boll weevil, which has increased with a plague, such rapidity as to beco-ntook ns a toll m one year more ihau $25,000,000 worth of a product tip-owhich every man, woman, and And m this child is dependent. same section is permitted the wholesale destruction of birds, seventy-fivper cent, of whose f d is the infect! We shall pay for this loss, sustained largely through folly and when, ignorance, Grain, vegewe buy our clothes. table, and fruit culture in many localities is so hampered by noxious insects that the farmer "drags home the stingv harvest'' discouraged and with, good cause for abandoning his Lvery dollar's worth occupation. of damage which the bird gutrds could have prevented must ronic out of the pockets of the people. Poison sprays a id other artificial means do not successfully chock the damage done by insect pests. We must look to the wild birds for sub stantial relief. They will not fai us, even if we do no nurc than simply let them live. e n e crop-destroin- g SATURDAY BARGAINS Greenville Light J. & Water Co. ' IP 1 INCORPORATED BRIZENDBNE'S Big or Little Chick Feed! BY A. GILMAN, Gen, Mgr., Secty. and Treas. THE HUNDRED S1.70 1.70 WE OFTEN HAVE TROUBLE trying to get the piece of ice we bring into the refrigerator. Women have become so used to getting a little cake for their money that they are amazed when we deliver a piece too large for the ice chamber. Tell us the slyle of your refrigerator and we'll tell you what size piece to order. You'll profit under that plan. Lilllc Chick Feed Big Chick Feed IN ANY QUANTITY Saturday Only, per lb, . . , , l3!fp THIS FOR THE BEST GRADE Chick Feed I JpJ aY6 s ! "7C! ZJH BY ONE purchasing OF OUR Oi M raj rjS rN FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS fr onlv f The regular prip is Sioo. Those who bring or mail thi ad rtihciru nt to us v illiia live days after seeing it and telling us here thev saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of l'i'uks and stationery are included. No time limit. If not ready now, buy one for future use. I H H H H H I Greenville Light Ofiiee Hours: & Water Co. (lSCOnrOKATED) 7.30 to 8 a. m. 11 to 1 n. in. 1 to 1.30 p. m. 4 - Phone No. 251. to 5 n. m. KpP"McCratk?n has the largest stock of diids for timepieces ever carried in the county, and can fit anything from the court house clock to a toy watch. Phf. Rkcohd 50c per ye-ir- . Summer furniture, porch sets, lawn goods, set tees, cots, Some one in your home prefers vocal music. You'd rather have instrumental. You can both be suited with a Victor Double-face- d io-inc- h, in one Record. 12-inc- h, Mi Two records in one almost at the price of one 75 cents; $1.25. u mconronATcn. ROARK I I I VI I FOR LESS MONEY I MUHLENBERG COUNTY MT T Im I $TEARHS;f I MATTRESS a ffv j. Iliaiucas cuivciiiscu ill liiu uiauicu magazines. You don't have to buy on faith. We'll show you the inside (on important side to know) of the very mattress you buy. is iu of lie nmnn in imil tVinf tlin Qfoomc St Ttnclnr- WlnAm miAi e nn a : . i. j. uiiy ei cxj.uvj sujjciiui SAVINGS BANK Greenville, Kyt FOSTER Windsor grade $1950 10 l' ! I 1 I A positive guarantee of money back if not satisfactory on 60 M nights' trial. Come in today. We've got all the good thing3 Mr at very reasonable prices. L Appreciating your past patronage we solicit all or part of your M I 1 future Baulking business. THOS. E. SUMNER, Cashier. i l. iiuAiuv Estate . w THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK IMWEll k BkO. leral Insurance We represent ttie Home ance (0. of InsurN. GREENVILLE, KENTUCKY DIRECTORS W. A, Wickliffc, W. G. Duncan, C E Martin, R. T, Martin, E. J. Purycar, G M. Martin, Jno, s T. Reynolds, Jr. The standing and responsibility of the men who constitute our Board of Directors are a guarantee of careful, judicious management. thiL writes all kinds of farm and V Y. fifu nrnnnrfi V Vs.Yy L11T r r v j UlUUtllT. V Something flew! Soldering; A Clem Man FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYEE'S LIABILITY STEAM BOILER Outside cleanliness is less than half the battle. A man may scrub himself a dozen times a day, and still be unclean. Good health means cleanliness not only outside, but inside. It means a clean stomach, clean bowels, clean blood, n clean liver, and new, clean, healthy tissues. The man who is clean in this way will look it and act it. He will work with energy and think clean, clear, healthy thoughts. He will never be troubled with liver, lung, stomach or blood disorders. Dyspepsia and indigestion originate in unclean stomachs. Hlood diseases arc found where there is unclean blood. Consumption and bronchitis mean uncUan lungs. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discover mi US A CALL WHEN YOiJ WANT. INSURANCE. prevents these diseases. T.t mnLcs n man's xasidcs clean and healthy. It cleans the digestive organs, makes pure, cleon LooJ, and clean, bccliby flesh. It restores tone to the nervous system, and cures nervous exhaustion and g prostration. It contains no alcohol or drugs. Constipation is the most unclean unclcanlincss. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant P3 lets cure it. They never gripe. Easy to take us candy. habit-farmin- r 6REEHVILLE, 3 elmer KY uhscsssssq2 KITCHEN (AMIS AT ROARK'S, BIT V k. 3 Notice to File Claims. i Jefferson Davis Highway. The whole country, and partictf Inrly western Kentucky, is deeply interested in the proposed Jefferson Davis Highway. At a meeting held in Hopkinsvillc last Saturday representative men from these parts made and listened to rousing addresses, and the route fiom Hopkinsvillc to Bowling Green was selected, passing the Davis old home, of course. The counties west are planning to continue the boulevard to Taducah, and there is much rivalry, with liberal money donations pledged, as to the most feasible way. No better memorial to a dead man or gift from a live one could be provided than a good road, over which his tellow-ma- n could quickly and comfortably travel. Seven such highways arc projected from Washington City, some of them reaching thousands of miles, and it is hoped the local spirit will so enlarge this that in a few years we may have a network of highways that will be a pleasure and a source of wealth to the whole country. Swing settees for porches at Ro- ..If: CIRCUIT COURT. Circuit court is grinding right along, and by day and night sessions the business is being disposed of according to docket. It is likely that the session will close by the middle of next week. J. T. Hendricks, vs. L. & N. R. 0 R. Co. obtained a judgment of for false arrest. Willis & Meredith obtained a judgment of $1,500 against the Elk Valley Coal Mining Co. for a fee. Arthur Baker was awarded a judgment of j55oo against the Crescent Coal Co. for personal injuries. J. G. Hendricks, administrator of Genevieve Hendricks, secured a $400 verdict against the American Express Co. for failure to deliver a tank of oxygen. Roll, Morton & McCord were given a judgment of $905. 81 against the Hlack Diamond Coal & Mining Co. on an account. Drakcsboro Coal, Coke & Mining Co. vs. Black Diamond Mining Co. were given $50 on account. Tolpha Robinson secured a judgment against J. l Rice for $81 on warranty of a cow. The case of J. 11. .Reed vs. I. C. was dismissed on perR. In a former emptory instructions. trial Mr. Reed was awarded a judg ment of $6,500, but was reversed by the Court c f Appeals. On this retrial it developed that no new proof was to be introduced, so the Judge ordered the case dismissed. In the case of the Greenville Milling Co. vs. the I. C. R. R. Co. for damages caused by fire, Judge San didgc overruled the motion of the defendant for the transfer of the case to the U. S. District Court. Caldwell & Greer were given a judgment of $5,000 against the Elk Valley Coal & Milling Co. on a note. $3.-50R.-Co. Everything Tending Southward. In the finanancial circles of New York and New England there is a growing sentiment that the South is to be the center of the greatest business and financial activity of the I he leading country. bankers of the East, many of whom in former skeptical years were somewhat about the South as a field for in vestment, arc now very free in ad mitting that this section is the most inviting field for investment. The change of sentiment is very pronounced. No one can mingle with the financial people of New York aud Boston and other Eastern centers, as well as with those in smaller cities of the Middle and New England States, without being greatly impressed with the unanimity of sentiment as to the great prosperity ahead of the south. In portions of the West this sentiment is equally as pronounced. The men who led in the great colonization enterprises of the West and the, Tucific Coast arc now finding in the South a field for activity which is claiming their attention as never before. Scarcely a day passes without a report of the sale of some big tract of land to Western people for colonization, or to prepare for reclaiming, in it for colonization work later on No phase of Southe n development in the last tlccadc has been more striking than that which wc now sec in the purchase of large tracts of land in all portions of the South for settlement by Western people. It is one of the most interesting phases Ii development. of American means the utilization of millions of acres of land that have heretofore b c 1 practically valueless and the bringing into the South of tens o' thousands of the better class ol farmers from other sections.. As the financial people of the Easi and the colonizetion men of the West arc looking to the South as tht coming center of operations, so the manufacturers and the contractors and builders of the whole country arc beginning to understand that this section is to offer the broadest field for activity in the country. Here great forces arc concentrating for industrial upbuilding which will result iu an enormous expansion ot.thc manufacturing and mining tnterestsToitVic South. Scarlet Fever. niiroiiT No. tar.tf. OF COXDITlOX BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Crape Cream of Tartar NO ALUM, NO LIME v . ROYAL Mr. John All persons having claims against of thc the estate of (.1. 1'. Jeffrie, deceas ed, arc notified to present the same to me properly proven, on or before Oct. 1, igu, for settlement. This Aug. 29, 191 1. Twos. 12. Sumxuk, Admr. Warning! Cut Your Weeds. . riftST NATIONAL BANK, at Green ville. in the State of Kentucky, at the close of business Sept. 1st, l'.Ul. ItESOUKCES. Su'OS. iai.tiO Loans and discounts Overdrafts, secured and tins. 1,0 J. 81 IT. S. Itonds to secure circ'tn. 30,000.0(1 300.00 Premiums on IT. S. llonds 07,081.35 Uouds, securities, etc. Hanking house, fur. and fixt. 11,000.00 Due from State and Private Hanks & Hankers, Trust 3,811. 1 C'o.'saml Savings Hanks Due from approved res. agts. 80,807.01 Cheeks and other cash items L',75.011 Notes of other National Hanks 1,100.00 I ractional paper currency, 1 PHOSPHATE Smite is attending the !. (. R. K. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mate l'nir. Judge W. H. Yost has been here several days on legal business. :.. i J. 155 131 101 ! I I ui'.ii 1 ,l,, iiy nti'intiiiiHlutiiii I ll.i.'l a HI I .At 1iii . I. OS 7.15 H III The frost will soon be on the lm pumpkin is your overcoat in hock? ' MM Til Ultl Ml. ... .VIS am PinlmMh iiH't I'litm nrroin 12". 10 pin Kiillou neroiiiiiKHlutiitit N'utt' Orlmni" Hjtertitl 0in Iftl X. O. nyve. (UilliHvlllr )mr. olilj) W. it. Cujoroni, Agt. JuiieS. IBM. Dr. J. V. Koontxand wife have returned Ironi a visit of some weeks to relatives in Virginia. Beginning Monday the city authorities will proceed against all persons who have allowed weeds and other unsanitary and unsightly matter to accumulate in and around their premises. Proclamations and notices have been tried, but many persons have failed to heed them, and since the visit of the state sanitarian it has been determined to have his suggestions carried out. There will be a close examination made in all sections of town, and all persons who have failed to put their premises in proper shape will be proceeded against. Specie Legal-tende- 43.91 nickels, and cents Lawful Money lteserve in Ikinkr viz: 17,27'J.OO r notes 1,500.00 Redemption fund witli U. S. Iresisurer (. per cent, TOTAL, 18,770.00 1,600.00 5438,3y'J.48 LIABILITIES. Capitsil stock paid iu 17,000.00 Surplus fund Undivided prohts, less expenses 1,0."3.0 and taxes imid Nat'l Hank notes outstandg 30,000.00 Due to other National Hanks Due to State and Private 30,000.00 Hanks and Hankers The Earth Mother. TIo wihi) 61d Mother lets man piny n while Cveu as a child with toys about the buek. uurth, Ere sshe hhall welcome with sweet, alow .smile, Thu foolish one to whom her throe gave birth. Tug at his tether as he may, he knows, Uuop in his heart that bho is nlwnyt by; Jlofcols her presence underneath the snows. And in the rain of autumn hours her sigh. The thrill of upriiip. and Mimmers tilth-thiifttte, Keuiind him of her brcnthinjf brunst; o Give your job printing orders to Dr. Kred Koont, of Louisville, was here a few days this week on TlIK RlfCOKD. medico-lega- l business. Sun Bros. Show Here Yesterday. Kites don't bother much now, but . Sun Bros circus and manngeric mosquitoes are bad it's just one spread te"nt here yesterday for the bad thing after another. third time during the past few years and were grrctcd by a large crowd Mr. R. II. I. yon and wife have that was held down considerably by moved from their farm to their home the weather. The show is clean, on Mum-cros- s street, west. inviting and pleasing, and the abot fakirs is one of its most Mr. C. 12. Martin and wife and sence commendable features. The own12. J. Purycnr arc spending a Mrs. ers have one of the biggest small few days in Louisville. shows on the road, and the acts arc quite up to latter day standards. Kichard 121voo'd, a Cincinnati, Ohio, printer, has been working Torch swing settees in various at Tin; Record office the past lengths and finishes at Roark's. week. ark's. Messrs. Huron Martin, J. T. Chatham and Matt Wickliffc arc at tending the State fair. lid Dividends unpaid Ind'l deposits sub. to check Time certificates of deposit Certilied Checks Cashier's checks outstanding Due to approved res. agts. 4, 135. 01 .110.00 -- 8.00 4.10 S438.300.48 Koiituekv, Count vnf Mulilenbcr?, I, Jut. T. KcyiKildM, Jr., viutliicr of the above iuuimmI ltaiik, tlo solemnly hivoar thtit the nbovc of my knowlnlge Httitcment it true to the iitnl belief. J so. T. ltKr.vuLUj, Jr., Cashier. C. K. Mauttn. Total fi let How's Country Town Sayings. W. O. ri'x-NV. A. WlCKUM'H, D(re!tort. A woman who does a great deal of housework has a trot that is acquired in no other way. The prettiest woman in the United States, many men believe, has her Subscribuil mill rfwurn to bufore trie tills 0th day of Sopt , 1911. J. T. CHATHAM, Xotnry Publio. My ooinuilHsion expire Jim. 1 1, 1311. the sea That secret wedding has not been le hor uurcst, and whero the maplea announced, though many people ilaino, it but each person has She goes forth dedced in mood of know about a different couple slated. ploJisantry. The more ho strays, the longer battles There have been four visiting augrim With foes or friends, playing man's tomobiles here this week, and our shifting role, people arc acquiring the dodging The suruliur doth there slow uprise in habit quickly and gracefully. hi in Reports from the State Fair indi cate great growth and diversity of Httructions, and at the rate of progress the management is making, we shall iu a short while have as instructive and beneficial a fair as is maintained by any state aud nothing is more important. Modern Version. ' Although there arc many things that we do not know about consump tion, or tuberculosis, there arc some that we do and a few that we arc in the act of.Icfniog other. . Uie-u- o rnot s iow, fer. e'xaraiilc, for susceptibility and ex'-- J what pootfcyiri it tttc is opt to put sly dome down ins pstve"ekfub what for immunity. Strong and ro- of news. elusion c .great improvement" of 'the. prop Get your business rival Into poli bust persons arc sometimes stricken erty affected, as well as the public down with it; invalids and convatics and keep out yourself. appearance of the city! "The Sign of the Cross. us yoiir job work. Look out for the people who call lescents from other diseases arc no Weed killers have been doing on you to trade their half dallars more susceptible to it than are other Give us your job work. The circus has comc and gone. pcoplf, and it is possible to live for slight damage to the weeds and' a for your dollars. well, as an evidence an entire Htetime in the condition If you mean Farmers' Telephones. No trouble for us to get rain now. mall amount of good for sanitation of good faith you should occasionly known as "run down" or "weak" during the week. If the work were A dollar a month docs not go far without becoming tuberculous. do something well. Visiting autos are here frequently. thorough and general, vast good enough after it gets into the tele People still speak of consumption So many do not succeed that they would follow. phone company's treasury to satisfy arc able almost to make success as "inherited," but it is not inheritThe policeman will get you if you Mr. James Spurlin and family he manager who has to pay the up discreditable. ed. A child tn ay be born with a vdon't cut your weeds. have moved here, and are occupy- - keep and operating expenses on a certain tendency to it, but if proper If you waut that dead watch or measures are taken early enough, Messrs. D. J. Duncan arfd G. W. ng the T. R. l'ittman home, near big rural line system, and keep a Joark arc in Louisville at the Fair. ewiston well. Our graded school little small change to hand over to clock put to work, let Mc have it and kept up steadily and long the principal drawing point that stockholders once in six months. and he will put it to running. t enough, this tendency cau be over. The State Fair is this week di awbrought us these excellent people. He has to cut too many corners, come. A child whose parents be How to Get Rich. and run too many chances of get ing, many Kcntuckians to Louis fore him, and their parents before "Early to bed, The early morning crowd Wed ting caught short of a bank balance ville. them, perhaps for generations back, Early to rise, nesday at the depot was up to the by a sleet storm, or a law suit. have been poor breathers, will pro Twelve dollars a year is too low uivc ftliss Lena Arnold your average. Some of the old faces had Work like the dickens bably inherit a small, meager chest, laundry; goods called for and de disappeared, but there were enough for farmers' line service on the And Advertise." and will therefore be the natural livered. new ones to supply the deficiency, average system, with the quality You often hear married women victim of the consumption germ as and the crowd was fully equal to the and cost improved as it has been in soon as it reaches him. That child Mrs. Jennie E. Roark spent Tues the last tew years. It is time to say: "1- was married at sixteen." will bunch carried by the circus. have to be taught to breathe. "day in Nortonvtllc with her sister . t start after this rate. The farmers But I never knew a girl to be mar I'hc tendency to pigeon-breacan . Mrs. T. J. Morgan. Louisville stands sixth in rank of can afiord to pay more why should ried at sixteen. Did you? be overcome, aud a narrow chest When it comes to Greek or Latin all American cities in building op- :ncy not uc induced to recognize Monday is general inspection day, or Algebra, there may be school developed to normal capacity; but erations for the month of August. value received? to do this, the child must be kept and unless your weeds are cut a Of course we know what the teachers who can beat you, but when constantly in I'here is no doubt that our metropo good air, and taught will-bwarrant issued against you. lis is growing at a rapid rate, and farmers do when it is proposed to it comes to practical knowledge, you how to develop and use the lungs. the character of buildings that are raise the telephone rate. Hut can may be superior to them, if you arc A picjeon breasted child who is be Judge Jep C. Jonson has been being erected compare favorably this go ou forever? What is the observing and have a good head. confined to his home for a week, but After a woman has been married ing brought up on the coddling pro with those in the very largest cities. best way to get this thing into bet is improved considerably, and will cess ovcrslicltercd, overfed and tcr shapes' home have done it a year or so there is this sort of a overclothcd is in as much dancer soon be out, it is hoped. look on her face: "I wish I had Col. Uennctt H. Young, of Louis already. Telephony. (The Inde as if he lived under the famous known some things sooner. ville, has agreed to supply, at his pendent Telephone Journal.) Mr. John H. Farmer, of Dawson sword hanging from a hair. What's to hinder married women town expense, a sufficient number of Springs, was here a few days this fallacy, which Another long-live- d looking as well as widows? catalpa trees to insure good shade Win. S. Fox Commits Suicide. week, and has arranged to return a great pet with many people, is When a man says "the best is on both sides of the Jefferson Davis here with his family. Mr. Win. S. Fox, one of the most people" are of a certain opinion, he that other diseases "run into" conHighway for its entire distance widely known men in Muhlehberg, is really expressing his own thoughts. sumption. A man conies down with For a firstclass shave, up to date Such thoughtful, generous acts arc committed suicide in his home at A lazy man nearly always drifts an attack of typhoid fever or pneuhair cut, electric 'massage, good appreciated now, and will liye in Taradise last Friday afternoon by into politics, or into the lodge monia; after the attack is over his shoe shine, hot, cold and shower the minds of generations to come. shooting himself iu the back of the convalescence is slow and doubtful; business. baths, go to Sam R. Martin's barber head with a revolver. He had Down in every wonuns heart is a finally, unmistakable signs of tuber Mi. Young 12. Allison, of Louis recently returned from a sanitarium, shop, near the Max Weir corner. be loved as women are culosis appear, and he says, "1 had ville, spent a day or two here the where he hud taken a cure for the longing to pneumonia, and it ran into consump The Women's Auxiliary of the first of the week, visiting relatives, whiskey habit, and appeared to be loved on the stage. The backbone of a chicken always tion." Hut if he had been examin Y. M. C. A. will hold its regular he being widely connected in this completely relieved, getting along reminds me of a rocking chair that ed before the pneumonia started, he monthly meeting in the reading courfty, and will return later and splendidly. It is supposed that he has been placed in batter and fried. would have been found to be already room of the Y. M. C. A., Tuesday, gather all available information became deranged, as he ihot at his Everyone seems to be looking for consumptive: in fact, it would really Sept. ioth, at 2:30 p. m. All mem about his family. He was accom wife once or twice, without cause some one td work for him who will be more sensible to say that his .conbers arc urged to be present. ponied by his son, Young E. Alii or warning. She ran from her home sec what needs to be done, without sumption "ran into pneumonia." son, Jr. Mr. Allison was long ; to that ot a neighbor, returning with It must be remembered that conMr. and Mrs. O. C. Roll are in leading light among the Kentucky help in a few moments, befoxe they being told. I never knew a circus to divide, sumption may be present a long time Louisville this week with relatives press boys, and was connected edi reached the house heard a pistol out did you ever hear of a circus before the germs begin to appcer in torially with several of the Louis shot, and found the dead body that was not charged with it? the expectoration. In spite of hyMr. Robert Shaver and family vine newspapers. ior many years The affair is a shocking one, and The most useful people are those gienic precautions, we must all con.e spent Sunday at the home of Mr he has been associate editor of the has caused wide sorrow. Deceased who quietly teach temperance, iu contact with the germs of conBishop Rice, in town. "Insurance Field," a trade journal was a fine business man, had many honesty, industry and justice by sumption many times in a lifetime. of prominence. friends, and will be. missed iu his example, and at the same time do These germs wc shall either breathe With .the Beattie case settled sat com munity. something for the communities in in or swallow. Wc cannot escape isfactorily, and Col. Astor happily Do you drink coca-cola- ? Then them. Hut there is an armor that which they live. married, we .may now be able Jo .try ours.. It is Rure and refreshing Needles for all sewing machines a . is It is an Invisible get some news that is edifying. a 20 Taylor & Toole Roark's. Let Mc fix your clock. armor, woven of oxygen fresh air. The yanruing to come back and ease The cast section of the city is his soul now getting the major portion of To take bur hands ami look into her the concrete pavements, and. long stretches arc yet under contract. face on the silver dollar. After a woman passes 30 it doesn't matter much how old she is. All the business in? iict in a woman's nature seems to be devoted to paying off a church debt. My idea of a coward is a man who won't fight when he is drunk. Most ministers are too willing to allow strangers to stikc their congregations for a collection. When a man is discharged his wife thinks it was because he was loo honest to suit his employer. Every man is thought to be good looking by some woman of poor taste. The faith cure goes too f.ir one way, allopathy goes U the Euarantco " V gimrantced uuicn is """'n by the manufacturers apalnst any defect in material or construcilon. This inove-rnc- Is without time- limit. ovot.. .iiu huiiu uvcr. I Facts and Fallacies sis. About TubcrcnIo Waltham Watches now in use Wc have a large assortment of Waltham Watches in Gold, Gold Filled, Silver and Nickel Cases, j 2,000,000 It a. e. Mccracken. ! lieiiatisiii More than nine out of ever' ten cases of rheumatism are simply rheumatism of the muscles, due to cold or damp, In or chronic rheumatism. such cases no internal treatment is required. The free application of -- - st e gcrrrj-proof- Scailet fever or scarlatina the names arc synonymous, although often erroneously supposed to denote-twdistinct diseases shares with diptheria the unenviable distinction of. being one of the two most dreaded and dreadful diseases of childhood. That is not to say that certain diseases are not more often fatal, but they are not so common, nor arc they iu general so likely to have serious consequences. Scarlet fever is an infectious disease, although it is not known positively what germ causes it, nor is ii always easy to trace the mode of infection. An attack miy begin in a variety of ways, but in general three forms-arrecognized. In the usual, and fortunately the mildest form, the disease begins with shivering or chilly feelings, sometimes a convulsion, fever, loss of appetite, vomiting, and often a sore throat hours or forty-eigh- t In twenty-fouthe rash appears. It is a general raspberry-coloreeruption which disappears on pressure, and return? slowly, so that if the end of a penholder is drawn firmly over the skin a white line is made which persists for several minutes. In another the first symptoms are the same, but more severe; and the signs of iuflamation of the throat of the are marked. Inspection throat shows it to be very red, the mucous membrane often ulcerates, and it is frequently covered with a leathery-lookinmembrane like that The iuflamation seen in diptheria. travels to the nose, and often to the cars, in which case it may cause permanent dca'ncjs. The thld appears much more ill than in tin simple form, a act due to absorption of the poison produced by the bacteria in the throat. In the worst form, malignant scarlet fever it is called, the attack is sudden, and the child is seen from the first to be very ill, the fever is high, the. lips are blue, there is more or less drowsiness, and the little patient is evidently poisoned through and through. If he lives long enough for the rash to appear, it is not bright, as is the ordinary case, but dusky and not very extensive. This variety is really a form of the bacteria themselves, and not merely their excreted poisons. , r g blood-poisonin- Chamberlain's iniment that is needed and it is certain to give quick relief. Give it a trial and see for yourself how quickly it relieves the pain and aoreness. Trice 25c; large size, 50c. is all LUCKY CHIEF, Registered Poland China Boar. Services at J. E. Coombs' farm at SI, due when service is rendered. J. E. COOMBS, Greenville, Ky. Sec liig Den at making shop. Meks watch- - WOOL 5 JUDESandEUR II IJ BeiaiPtikrs. WE BUY w fix wecanda J. Rdereoce: any task ia Ltwiilte. We friii noaiBagsrreeu oar saifpis. nrHcurpiecHK. 1" Lawflfe, It. M. SABEL & SONS '"fHW 'TV' "in" 'u r " - nmi '" ' -- r ....... TTTT.r- -t. ROARK Fvirnitisre, W&JIp&.per, Shades, Moldings. Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper, Slippers, Grave Vavilts. Disinfection ROARK mm 1 Why Not JO I r f w flf m& mi m $j & m& m m - Our Name has been before the public for 30 years, most of the time right on the spot where we arc now located. TaKo .Ttf-L-n. xlJI ARE f - S rain rm, then Taho Easy. Read CALL DUCKS SMALLEST T2l Jj Bred More for Show Room Than for Profit There Is In Them for Market Purposes Good Decoys. Call ducks aro linntanis, ami nro bred moro for the fancy than for the profit there Is In thuui ro innrket. There are two kinds of call ducks, the Gray Call and the White Call, and tt Is only a choice of plumage as to which la tho hotter of the two. They nre both of one character as tn blr.e, fhnpc, and haLlt. and 'differ only as regards co'or. Tho Gray Call is v?ry similar In color ot pluiRape ii the Itouon. and la Indeed called ly many tho Hanuun Houen. mid the v.htto 13 sometimes called the Bantam IVkln. Their usss are on!y for the show room, or as docoy ducks for ul!d duck shooting. Kor tho latter putpco they aro with tho common romctlmes MxIIruI. Tl.i latter duel: or the cross Is com Merit i rxceKrnt. tlie hclng dlstlt s.ibhod for tnineuoR3 and domesiirlty. When breeding ca'l. ducks, smallnoss of slxe Is the first roneldointlon: tho tmiallor they aie the Letter. The arts of eklliful In ceding tor tlu rhovioom nro Icing used In keeping down the olSo of those ducks', if breeding has been resorted to. while I'.te lnfchlng. scanty feeding, and r.onbonc making food have keen the nicaws that have Hit To Head-Of- f The Courier-Journa- l? Our Aim en & 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 the best, and our equipment compares with the best of the larger cities. We endeavor constantly to increase our usefulness. m a Headache Nothing U Better than Dr. Miles' After-Effect- Anti-Pai- n Pills HENRY WATTERSON Editor. WE CAN FURNISH YOU I Our Claim iDf & SL-- They Give Relief without Bad s. "For four years T was subject to almost constant headache. At croel pro-Kcn- y times so severe I was unfitted for work. Through the advice of a friend I was persuaded to try Tills and Dr. Miles' Anti-Paithe result has been that I have entirely eradicated my system of those continuous headaches that followed a hard and continuou mental strain." -- O. T.. Russell, Agt. C. & N. W. Ky, Early, la. For Sato by All Druggists. 25 Doses, 25 Cents. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. n 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. the J. L. ROARK FURNITURE tstiMsfied Estate 1 THE RECORI AND THK )l ORIEN L. ROARK, Manager EALERS JREC TORS itae 108 - WEEKLY m Long Distance Tefeptoftes: More ?2; COURIER-JOURNA- L SL Bulbs ef all Kinds in Stock. Miss Lena Arnold has in stock all kinds of bulbs, and now is the time BOTH ONE YEAR FOR retarded tluir natUFallsvelopment. The bond of the Call duck Is small and slender; HM sort and broad; neck Pair cf White Call Ducks. of mcdjiim length, a::d back comparatively rhoxt; tho bueast is round and full', and body short, round and compact, 'with medium-sizewings: the thighs arc short and stout, and shanks chort. The Gray Call drake 13 a beautiful little bird, with a rich, lustrous green head, dark hazel or brown eye, lustrous green neck, with a white ring on tho lower part of neck, as In tho Itouen. Tho back 13 of achy-graplumage mixed with green on tho upper part, ttbHo the lower part and rump are of a rich, lustrous green. The tender part of the tody on tho Bides Is n beautiful gray, which grows lighter toward the veni, md the ends ,ln solid black trnt'er th tall. Tho wlng3 are grayl-l- t. brown, mixed with green, and bave the broad rlbbon-Ilkmark3 of puip!e with metallc rctlec-tion- s of green and blue, distinctly edged with white. The prlniarlcr. aro a dark dusky brown. The tail feathers are of a dark, sby brown, tho outer wob in old birds lo!r.g edged with white; the tsll csvc t are black, with very rich purpl- - reflections. Tho bill Is greenish ycl'ow in co'nr. while the f.hanks, toe. and wcl3 nre orange, with brownish tinge. ' The duck's head 13 deep brown, and has two light tan itrires on onch side, . like the bead of the Houen duck, running from the bill to a point behind the eyes. Her 111 If a brownish orange co'or. and hor cyc3 are dark hazql or trewn. '.bo reck is light brown, penciled vi h t'srker Irown; brecst. Cr.rk brewn, penciled with lighter brown; Lack. light brown, marked with ptccn. a d th? under parts and fides of body aro light penciled brown, each feither with rich dark L;jwn. The plumage of wing Ik light brown, mixed with green, and is crossed by a bioad bar of rich purp!o edgod with v. bite; the primaries arc brown. The tail fcath-,er- s arc of a light brown color, with jdlstlncc, brood, wavy rencUing 0f d?irk brown; greenish tail cavorts aro brown, with broad penciling of dark brown or grccnlrh brown; thighs are dark brown; shanks, tors, and webs jcrc orange or oiago brown. The White Call h pure white in ' plumage throughout, and feathers of ,nny other co'or will diqunlify It. It .Is In every respect like the Gray Call, except In plumage. In the color of the eyes, which aro a blue, tho co!or of ;thc bill, which Is o bright color, and the color of the shanks, which are a bright orange. No ctandard weight 13 given for call iIjc1:3. c to begin the cultivation. Following arc ready for delivery, and orders taken for others, and prompt dc livery guaranteed: Chinese Sacred Lillies, toe each, 3 for 25; Paper White Narcissus. Grandiflora, 2 for 5c, 30c do.; Roman Hyacinths, Single White, 5c each, 50c doz; Bedding Hyacinths, Dutch, 5c each, 60c doz; Forcing Dutch Hyacinths, JoQjd.oz; Tulips, mixed, t4 doz. 20c icc-cach- We can also give liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier-Journa- l. A The Greatest Rse Novelty ef the Century BLUE gU ROSE-J- y as the Fwcnmrrcr ef the Cm- f tewer Blue Rtsc. Ycry Ylitr- ens and hardy. Free BImwIn The New Rese (VWct Blue) Halted by the Rsc Growers CUMBERLAND Lon TELEPHONE (ijtcoRroK.vrnD) & TELEGRAPH of CO, Write Courier-Journ- al Com- pany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send your subscription order to this paper "NOT ro ournal. the-6oti- rier SrM ftr Descrlitren ami Price List . GrccnhouHCH JOHN E. RACKEBRANDT Princeton, Ky. 4& -- and satisfactory communication with tho jcoplo of this groat soction of the country. Ae solicit your patronage. Rates reasonable. Equipments and facilities unsur- -' anywhoro in Southern Indiana, Southern Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi and Louisiana. Wo can put you In quick this (Jompany onablo you to talk almost Ciislanoo lines and telophonos passed. 4 WEII8, GLDWFU, ;! LELAHD HUMC. I (3ea.'I MsCT(j T. D, tfMHHff Deal at home as much as pcsslblc. Build up your J Ride with iThe Greenville Transfer :: They Go. JUST RECEIVED i - This will home town. make you a better home market and enhance the J I I value of your property. meet all trains, day and night, with Bus and Baggage wagon. Many Patterns of 1911 Wallpaper I KILLthe White Sewing Machines, in rotary and vibrator; needles, shuttles, etc. in stock for all machines. ROARK'S STORE. Get potted plants and cnt flowers from Miss Lena Arnold. Take your beef hides lo J. E. Coombs & Co. and get the cash. and CURE THE couch LUNGS KWliei you waul Dr. King's New Discovery with FOR C8sHS AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY! OB MONET RETUNDED. Best work, prompt service; give Several patterns of swing porch your laundry to Joe Morgan, who settees at Roark's, and you are in will appreciate your patronage. vited to call. Cures "Colds'Mn any part of bodf. Ki'llevc ANY rmicli tlltCTWriANHii.l MECHANIC nuaine for rrfrjlxxly. 111 XLhc Ql 1 IRecott) ENGRAVER Aa0f HARCOURT &i.CO.louisvilkI' MANUFACTURING an Imur. Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality. ltitalH. Ifltilclty. cr i'.n uui t Ihe Dr. 05 Fenner's Gough Honey IMintosrnply lypri'eeotM. rrilklun. question At AND . icnrr.anilhowto lt. Simple, prac-t- i al.nilnf picture. Sam-li- e Where other inrillclne fall this will s brlnK Tafcrn bvforo exposure (Irlp, Coltli," ltlieuinathm. Croup, etc a Cure tli.t pajwr. S copy fiee If you name 51.00 a year. tka on St . Uoston, Mass. nniiiKou I'nli. Co. Inllurnia. Wlioupln UoiirH. ll Uealera. tuowc aim uy ituiii loc t rctvmiA. tx. 1 u III I I Intwrtti. lilOTin.iirilviea. lie- It , Rcautlfut pl t ri nu Sec the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Roark's PHOTON Jte sn v frea Sample trml :( vou mention lnt tttper. Amarlcin Photography Milt. 6 Uetua St.. Telephone No 5 and your laundry will be called for and delivered. Very Serious It Is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For tm3 reason wc urge you in buyinj to be careful to get tho genuine- - 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 Roods at lowest prices. Miss Lena Arnold asks the patron age of the public, 'and guarantees that satisfactory work will be done in her clothes cleaning, pressing Compact Peilnct ! Mortality Amcna Younj) Ducks. BUck-DraugH- T Tho cause cf reortalily amorg young ducks iray bo trcccd to over Liver Medicine heat, dampness. gottTns we!, lack of Krlt, croy head llf. sudden showers The reputation of this old. relia idelayod hatches, expeuure to sun, lack ble medicine, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is firmof fresh wator. drinking vessels too ly established. It docs not imitate shallow, breeding rtock out of conother medicines. It zs better than dltlon. others, or it would not be the fa- vorito liver powder, with a larger sale than all others combined. Chaff Litter In Her.hcucc. SOLD IN TOWN F2 Tho litter of chaff, etc.. which ac ;cumulatcs In tho barn should bo put The hons will 'in tho henhoiiBP. c6ratch It over and obtain seeds and pieces of clover that will do them lots of good. j j Standard Visible Writer Enables the operator to see every word as written without raising feature. carriage, saving time and trouble. Possesses every The 20th century success. In use by U. S. Government, 157 railroads and largest mercantile houses in many countries. Handsome booklet free. Lake St., Chicago. THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER CO., 10T-109 'gs t Strong Swift Accurate and repairing shop. and SEE THEM This signature is on every box of the geuuint ".ho Foley's Kidney Cure makes kidneys r.nd bladder right Laxatve BroinoOuinine Tabled ictaody that curat a cola in ubo WALLPAPER Special Prices, dt Rock's. tf The J. L. "ROARK ESTATE