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Record (Greenville, Ky.): September 21, 1911 Record (Greenville, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Greenville, Ky. : Record Press, 1899- Greenville, KY 1911 rec1911092101_sn87060049 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Record (Greenville, Ky.): September 21, 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 NotHirig. I It g pays for itself. sure of returns. The investment is Get our rates, fteamt GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1911. Kentucky 1 j Muhlenberg County is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clay,f etc, and the most inviting field in Ken- stucky for investment of capital and pluck. VOL. XIH. NO. '2. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE Fair Dales. aliita'H IUimI THE RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED. . WHEN MEAT IS COSTLY SEVERAL WAYS IN WHICH CHEAP CUTS CAN BE PREPARED. Mock Chlokcn and Beef Loaf Made From Round Steak Breakfast Dish of Liver and Pork Meat Pie. I lore are ronu wnys In which chenp cuts of niont can b prepared: and u half Mock Chicken. Ono cut into email pounds of round places about two Inches square; roll In flour, put in roasting pan and fry in butter till brown. Thru remove from etovo, covor with cold wator. add n little flour, set In the oven and simmer for threo hours; atlr occasionally, and add more water as needed to keep the meat covered. Whon the meat Is cooked it tastes surprlslnsly like .hickon. Thlckon tho pravy more it Add snip about an hour before it Is done. Beef Loaf. Three pounds round f pound salt pork, four Btoak, cup of f or five soda crackers, milk. Add more salt If dosired. Seaf teaspoon of ground son with sage, or clove or garlic, or a few drops of onion extract. Mix into a loaf and bake In oven. Uas,to occasionally. Breakfast Dish. Take five cents' worth of liver and ten cents' worth of a cheap cut of pork and put in a kettle together; cover with four quarts of water, cook slowly for an hour, salt after It has commenced to boll, and Etlr occasionally. Drain off half of tho liquid nnd use for soup stock; it is splendid. Place tho remainder on the l fire and stir in enough yellow to make as thick as much. Hun tho pork and liver through a meat chopper, or chop fine. Season with more salt, sage and pepper, and stir into the meal mush. Turn out Into a pan and set In a cool place. Fry for brenkfasts; it will kcop for a week. t neck cut Meat Pie. Gft a of meat; trim, place In kettle, cover with cold water, let como to a boll, then simmer till done, keeping the g ft mo amount of water on it. When It is cooked, remove tho meat, break nnd It up in small pieces, season cover with stock. Thicken with flour. Then pour the mixture In n basin. Make a dough as follows: Two cups flour, one heaping teaspoon of baking ppwder, a pinch of salt, three round-Inn- : tnbl"swni! jf lard, or buttc ti'x well jljl. nough mliH to make r dough that can bo Shu port with the hands, press into a flat shape and cover tho meat In the basin. Hake s until done, about half or of an hour. Half of the amount of meat and stock will be enough for four people. If nil of the meat and stock is UFcd. doublo tho quantities for tho dough. If only half of the meat Is used, tho balance may bo made into meat cakes for breakfast Chop the or luncheon as follows: meat, roll threo crackers, chop ono small onion, salt and pepper to taste, one tablespoon of butter nnd one eEg. Boat the egg without separating, melt the butter, mix all together, mako Into flat cakes nnd fry In meat drippings. ono-halone-halone-halcorn-meaton-cen- The follow In ore the n II oihiiiIckIoiih nh reporta-alFair for 101 iih the onWr of fairs nra ri'aiietili'al to report to Ir fur liolillnjr im or Hrrt'etloli of alia It. Kentucky State Pair, I.anilvlli. S?ptembr Monon Route Announces New Schedule Scottsvlllc, Sa'pti'mber II 3(Ihjm. I ality. Horse I'd ve, Septeinocr 21 -- ilahijs. Morxaiitowu, liliasgow. September tT I ilaj h. iluyn. Mil) llehl. September 27 Tailm-alj- . October II - I (lava. Murraj . October II - I Any. tiilu. of Fares One Way and Round Trip. What Arc You Going To Do This Year by way of making your business suc cessful anil your domestic life full of pleasure, if you arc not supplied with telephone service of the Cumberland Start the horry pntch early. Telephone & Telegraph Company? Heavy draft horses are in demand. Everyone should have a telephone. You "arc connected with all outside Timothy hay Is n dangorous feed for important points in local connections sheep. with all resiliences and business housHeet molasses acts as a tonic when es. Tor any information call manSave your home by having your fed to stock. ager, Harklcy Bros, do flues repaired. Weeds harbor injurious Insects nnd Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Co. this work in best manner. plant diseases. Incorporated. In breeding timo hogs take 112 days before they farrow. Timothy seed may be sown In the If it is sown enrly. should 4 The Monon Route anno :uccs that it will henceforth sell tickc letwecn J?6 one Louisville and Chicago way, instead of $3 as forme y, and Si 2 round trip, good 30 day; return ing, instead of $16. Palrons arc of fered exceptionally good service by the Monon, which on r.T. ' trains from Louisville operates ( itnpart-tnen- t 1' illmans, and Drawing-rooas well as the usual straight lecper. The day trains have Pirloi and Din ing cars, and the very linen modern, new coaches. Inquiries cneerfully answered by 12. II. Bacon, D. 1'. A., Louisville, Ky. BBAND BITTER u MEDICINE THAT BROUGHT US HEALTH THIS PEERLESS TQNIO and STRENGTH GIVER is an unrivaled remedy for all troubles of STOMACH, LIVER AND KIDNEYS IT BUILDS UP THE IT CURES INDIGESTION RUN-DOW- N IT PURIFIES THE BLOOD IT STRENGTHENS THE NERVES IT IS THE BEST FAMILY MEDICINE ON EARTH Quark's J. H. HAYES : tmu Nriius spring Painter and Interior Decorator. : MMnmn DR. J. S. BARLOW, Crowimtid Ilrlilo Work tlonc TRY IT. PRICE 50c AND $1.00 PER BOTTLE sold and guaranteed by All Druggists. 3 The mnln poultry building face the south or southeast. Furniture, Moldings, Wall Paper We carry on our floors and in our ware-roothe largest variety of Furniture in The mattor of feeding tho maro Is Muhlenberg qulto an Important consideration. If we do not have what you want, wc Wc have factory con The bean straw niakea n good feed will get it for you. for sheep or cattle If properly handled. nections with makers of the finest goods in the country, and through "Our Special The addition of manure to a clay Order Department" can supply any exclu soil will make It lighter and warmer sive articles at less prices than city stores or mail order houses. The enrrot. like moot all root crops, Our Picture and Room Molding-stock- s responds readily to frequent cultivaarc always complete. tion. Wallpaper is no? a staple article of mcr To grow cucumbers to perfection chandtse, being used all the year 'round plenty of heat, light and moisture aro And we always have full selections, prices required. 5 cents and up per roll. DEISTItaT. at reasonable 4? S333S3S-- 33a 3:533'33333333 & price. Oillcc up Htalrs, in IhcJotiCH lliilldin?. (Jreon vIIIh, Ky. Sine Bridges uiU!Jl lb Shannon (o. EEnRaBHSaBHanH IHM DR. Muin-oroH- T, J. SLATON, I'ltyMlcliiM unit Btirucott. onloe nlret iic.vr Main street. CAM imnneKn DEPOY, KENTUCKY Wc announce to our trade and the pub- IIOWAMl. WANE II. GRAY. HOWARD & GRAY, lic that our stocks of goods in all depart- Carrots should be sown early as the crop, especially the late varieties, require a long season. J BngioMj - - taiitralmuj t'x'nr I3?"0ur Engraving Machine is the only one in this part of Kentucky, and we are i Do not expect .sjicms v Kh house .exclusively prepared to supply !ndividual jlrvau urilesayduglv them cjout; NAnie PUtcs, wMth sre fanuih on all room bU' enough sunlight oumis wiinoui exu r Clover and orchard grass seed should bo sown on winter grain before tho frost is out of the ground. Pig lossos are invariably found to smaller where they are kept on pasture than under any other conditions. bo much A Little Good Paint in Time Saves $ $ $ When your buildings neetl painting every day's delay coU you money. The urn. rat, mow nnd f rort are getting in their voik. Lumber ctuts too ' much to Jti it decay hi oHrr & p It cojt leu to use good naint than 16 go with out it. We use nothing but good paint on ow work. LAWYERS, Office In Grrrn Balldicg, opposite LaMeadc Hotel. ments arc larger and belter selected than ever in our history. We carry a varied line of :- -: :- -: ft ORS. HELTSLEY & IIELTSLEY OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS GENERAL MERCHANDISE and can supply most of the wants of the people" In Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes', Hats, Etc., we offer large selections In Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Farm Implements and such goods our stocks are especially strong. In all departments prices will be found the lowest, and your visits will be highly appreciated. :- -: :- -: :- -: ft V." Office at Home, East Mairvcross Street. Undertaking and Embalming. Toloplionc No. 78. three-quarter- The most potont cause of hens eat ing their eggs Is a lack of the mineral elements In their system to mako the egg shell. Barley Is best suited for a cool climate nnd a good soil, like limestone, slate or red clay boII; ajsandy loam is ton dry and hot. Russian Patties. While 6weet corn will grow on alOne pint of oystors; parboil, strain most nil good farm land, yet It will nnd reserve liquor; there should be yield Inrger ears on a deep, sandy or about one cupful. Mnke a sauce of river bottom loam. threo tablespoonfuls of butter, four f tablespoonfuls pf flour, and A crop of beans can be grown and cupful of chicken stock, tho f marketed cheaper than a crop of half cupful of oyster liquor and land, of cream, all the yolks of corn nnd are much easier on the two eygs, one tablospoonful of grated being a nitrogen gatherer. of horseradish, two tablespoonfuls three After long Investigation, s capers, of a tablespoon-fu- l European scientists have decided that f of lemon juice and from to ono level tenspoonful of salt, ac- troeB, through their foliage,, extract cording to snltiness of oysters. Stir free nitrogen from tho atmosphere. In one saltspoonful each of white pepAs eoon as pigs commence to cat per and paprika, then add tho drained oysters. As roon as tho oysters plump spread a llttlo wholo oats ovor the Keep nnd their edges curl fill Into patty, floor after the slop Is eaten. tho troughs and feed ynrds clean and ehells and servo very hot. dry. ono-halcnc-halone-tialf three-quarterone-hnl- Coffins in White Enamel and Stained Strictly Pure Varnish finish; Caskets in White Enamel, WHITE LEAD Natural Woods, White, Colored and Black Cloth' Covered; and Copper Pure Linseed Oil, Pure Turpentine and the most expensive colors lined airtight Caskets; all lengths, and regular, extra and double extra widths. The kind of paint we use never crocks or Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes constant years of wear will remove it. Let us figure with you when ready to paint ly in stock, for immediate delivery. and durable job Burial Robes, Wrappers, Suits, Dresses, We guarantee a prices reasonable. Don't put it oil. Slippers, etc., in large variety. Our two licensed Embalmcrs respond at once to calls for such services. Telephone No. 254. Our general equipment is complete and of highest grade. New stock sewing machine needle.1 We have a Funeral Car in service, sub ject to call anywhere. at Roark's for all machines. E5?"Two Private Tele phones, Store '7a; Residence 108. Residence 150 yards from store. Prompt service any hour day or night. scales-r-onlLong-Distan- GARTER Monon Route HETWEEX ft ft ft ft Louisville and Chicago 1IEST LINE TO California and the Vast Northwest I'wo trains daily French Lick and West Baden Springs. UNION STATION, LOUISVILLE. DEAR HORN STATION, CHICAGO. Undertaking Department (0 business, and will earn' a comprehensive line of Coffins, Cas- - m 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. The J. L. ROARK ESTATE. ORIEN L. ROARK. Very Serious Manater. It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you In buying to be careful to get the genuine BLACK-DRAUGliT Telepbones: Store, No. I. Rigid, No. 17 or No. 3. 0 We Ask You to tako Cardtil, for your femaJo troubles, because vc aro sure It vIll help you. Remember that remedy this great-femal- Dinin? and Parlor Cars. Palace Drawing Room Sleepers. E. H. BACON, D. P. A., N. W. Cor. Ith and Market Sts. LOUISVILLE. KY. I The BRIDGES & SHANNON CO. 5 DEPOY, KENTUCKY Liver Medicine ble medicine, for constipation, indigestion end liver trouble, is firmly established. It docs not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale than all others combined. F2 SOLD IN TOWN The reputation of this old, relia- NEW YORK Spiced Beef. at any time - Rape may be seeded roast beef. Rub into between early May and late June, dethis half a teacup of salt, one table- pending upon what time tho crop is spoon of black pepper, two tablewanted for forage or pasturo spoons each of ground allspice and cIovcb. Then put tho beef into a vessel that will fit it. Pour two quarts Plnstcr, when properly applied, Is of vinegar on it, and let It remnln beneficlnl to all leguminous crops, esIn tho vinegar one week, turning it pecially red, white, crimson nnd every day. Cover tight to keep tho clovers; disc peas, beans and flavor in the meat. Then take It out potatoes. up tight In a clean cloth. Put nnd tie it to cook with all the juice, adding The most economical, a3 well as tho ono quart of water nnd let it boil two best growing ration for weaned pigs hours and a quarter. Lot it be cold is equal parts of wheat middlings and "when taken out of the cloth. Slice oat moal, and about the thin. It Is excellent for luncheons and amount of flaxseed meal. A d pur-posoone-fourt- h 5 has brought relief lo thousands of r.r.cr stale women, so why not 10 you ? For headache, backache, periodical pains, female weakness, many havo said It Is "the best medicine to take." Try It m Crk1? in TTiio P.1H7 1 Ill CLIPPER 18 il M mm THE GREATEST SHOW THEATRICAL PAPER IN THE WORLD. $4.00 Per w mm I Lvd-ridde- n, Bad Spells "I suffered, during girlhood, from womanly weakness," writes Mrs. Mollie Navy, of Walnut, N. C. "At last, I was and had io give up. We had three almost doctors. All t!ie time, I was gelling worse. I had bad , spells, that lasted from 7 to 28 days. In one week-- aner i I could oah sleeo. and ioke. as well as rrnvo Pnrrim n frlnl. . i it . : i:j t ti anvD'tlv. in o wceKs. i was wen. i nuu utun tin mvuuu 5 weary years I Cardui relieved me, when everything for else failed." 4 Year. ISSUED Single Copy, 10 CIs, WEEKLY V IINIflN I AWM PPNAP WOOL V HIDESandBJR J If Being Dealers. we can do WE BUY Sample Copy Free. 1U0ERTJ Hi BOR1E, NAQXti. FTUNK QUEEN PUB. CO. (Ltd), . I'l llLlSHEUS, 17 V . 2aTU ST. , Szvr YOZX m I si? I ATFACT0RY PRICES JFi parties. GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS Raised Doughnutc. One cup warm milk, one cup sugar, two cups melted lard, one cup yeast, n level teaspoon salt, half a nutmeg, two eggs nnd enough flour to mako a sponge: let raise over night: ndd more flour, mold and cut with small -- Jelly glass, tho dough being rolled about half an Inch thick: nut in greased pan and sot near stove to raise; when very light put In large kettle of hot lard and cook from seven to eight minutes; tauc from kettl nnd put on brown paper tp drain nnd drcp two or three drops of lemon ou each. Lunehson Sandwiches. Butter s.Ightly slices of white bread, chop fine four staljts of celery and tho eame quantity of cold meat. Mnke a mayonnaise dressing, stir it Into meat and calory, spread on the bread, put a plain slice of bread and butter on top. Tho Indian Runner duckllrgo are usunlly very active and hardy, and will quickly roam far and wide in search of inject life, which if plentiful will form a large part of their food. The average bean crop for tho United States is about 1G bushels but Individual growers are getting as high nB 10 bushel per acre where conditions nre right nnd nt no greater expense The yield of corn and potatoes la ofton largely Increased from a change in seed, especially where the Improved and adapted varieties take tho place o'. run out, stock of inferior quality. Cockerels fivo months old may bo looked upon as having attained their growth, or, at least, having sufficiently approximated maturity to ha ready for tho fattening crate; and tbeso, with hens one year old and upward, and old roosters, may bo expected to fatten In from ten days to two weeks. U III .'A J. i A fi ft (5 A ft A ft ft I I titer n 001 m Kelereoce: than afcnb or commission merchants. aoj bank in LooiSTiue. ne inrntsa osjs r ree 10 oar snippas. n rue tor puce iih. for Ton TAKE ft' ii 'A A u 11 ,A A if 11 11 K . A A Al m M.SABEL&SONS KftmJ LonisTille, Ky. LARDU T WomansTonic CO YEARS' EXPERIENCE NO. 270 We ship all vehicles Dirct-- t from oair lactory C. O. II. toCoiHiiliicr stibjcil to cxamiiialioii ;it:.l apirovnloii3oilajsfrcelrinl. Itisof tlici;rc-itis- t Importance to the (ilolu ItnWy & llnrm-s- s Co. to anal have every one who deals with ns a pKn-cSutlsflcal Customer. Nocfloit isspared to r.iaUc each shipment such excellent vnliac in qualaly cf material, workmnnnhip, finuh and slyle if vehicle that it will be a tabling Aalvcrllsenicnt onK-rs-. in ictnrn. If wr please and briiiKHsr-annip.de buj:j;y iu'd you, by selliiiKyoia nu hou-MInt a price less the Miihilcnmn's l'railil. you will Our to our ncii;laljr. recommend our Guarantee absolutely nsiroud toourc.astomcts as it would be ton dealer. If j.'ooi!snrc not iui rrYou yatur money Is returned to you. tnlic no risk. anil Harness. Wc manufacture honest mvc our customers money. All airdent pnnnrfj. Write for our Free HuiUy nnd llarncsx Cuta'ctlu GLOBE BUGGY 8, HARNESS COM PAN' 0WENSD0R0. KENTUCKY ' ' m CobKi vary llttlo. proves very satisfactory for Inwns. loor yards, Wo mnke fenclnc for lawns, hojr nutl poultry. door ynrrtu, "VTrlto for cntalotr. a Aiitoho RotitltiiK n nl.M,h matt tlcsrrlpllon nmy qincl.ly nsreriiiai our tiiii'i f'o wlmilier an Invention Is in.lnil ty pmrr' iili. O.minmHrH. u I'ltienta IIAIIOBOUX Ui.ii!Kirlctlyt.iiiUlPiilal. sunt I ion. OMi'st livelier fvr necunni; l"i!ent. Co. rccelTe I'nlonts taken tlimui:H Maim tfttlal notice, Triilioiit clmive. In tlio Trade Marks OcsicriG Copyrights &c. H , j I If you are weak and ailing, think what it would mean, to you, lo recover as quickly as Airs. Navy did. For more than 50 years, this purely vegetable, tonic remedy,for women, has been used by thousands of weak and ailing sufferers. They .found it of real value in relieving their aches and pains, wiry suuer longer ( a rcmeuy mat nas renevea anu neipeu so many, is rcaay, ai xne nearest urug siore, ior use, at once, by you. Try it, today. Write io: for Speciul Instructions, Lad W Advisory Dept.. Chatianooj.a Medietas Co., Chattanooca. Tenir, took, Home Treatment lor Women," sent free. J 57 and t unr-(loii- o. Scientific Hniericau. Hrnucb OIUCO; UNION FENCE CO., I1L ooklr. Ijircejt clr-- ' hnndsoi.iolr lllnMniipil Jcrms.t3a ciilalhin of amy arieni'ilo JiiinmJ. oar: (out inontlia, 41. Ho JIiyull nentricalortt. A DeKalb. Kansas City, Mo. fiUNN &Cd.331b 625 Y SU Wsblutwi. dKewYoift o. U Subscribe for Ike Record Only 50c mm An W. G. Duncan, Pres. ,j i: W. A. Wickliffc, Vice-Pre- s. Independent - Newspaper. - HENRY RHOMBS The Godfather of Muhlenberg County IW OTTO A. SATURDAY BARGAINS reenvilie Lioiil J. & Wafer Co, RECORD PRESS, Own Itir. OKI IN L. HOAHV, ROTUEHT what is now the Urowdcr mine neighborhood in Muhlenberg coun-lioH. aic". at tn1t ti,- - was a l,ult of I oga" county, ,cltcr writtcn to mc by 1TJ, Judge Lucius 1. attic, of Owens-borthe highest authority on the history of the Green river couutry, I quote: "When Henry Rhoads came to this part of the Green river country he stopped at Harnett's l ort, on Rough river, above Hartford, lie first located his (him for land at the site of the prt-s- . "it town of CjI houn, and laid out a to a u in 7 Whe-and called it Rhoadsvillc. was defeated by Capt. John Rhoads Hnmllcy, agent for the Dorseys, of Aiaiyiana, me name oi me uwn Rhoads to Y.enna. WrtS changed 1 1 INCORPORATED Preaident. arcrriary. Okiks h. Lang-Distanc- KoAIfK. ISditok. Tclsphonc, No. 72. rrar of tt.re. rtviihJ flr. e OK.t tn nr oni-- 50 CENTS PER YMR. 13 ADVA8CL TSKMSi. The snhacrlptlon price of ilif n u4tmmt, nrt when the Uine kiim expired to wMri It U pM. the jmper win be ioipe. Cnnl tf Ihunk. olrftnnrr notloo. otc, If not pnliUiihed frrr. A loiiRtir Umu ten Uimm, will alinrgu oftos. iHir lino will Iks made for aueef llMtm. N rarlnlon of this rule to iiiiyon!. Kroc aantplo oejittw will lo mailed. AttvcrUhtuneutM will . InnortwJ. A rntr cnnl will be lurutehetl ou rrqoeM. Address tUIcowwunlcHtloiis nnd vnVe all re HKCOKH 1'KEk.s. mtttanaos payable to THURSDAY, SEPrOWJER l I9!l. Kutarou :it the Oreewville, Kjr. Hccond'olHm matter. hiRHh ut Whek English litxcl not anybody Captain Webb swam ihc Channel fljine machines No' that been invented. can flv across the channel minutes there is no In twenty-tw- o reason why William Uurgrss. ol Yorkshire, should spend twenty two hours in swimming acros?. A of pioneers! settled in that of the Green river; country which included u hat is now Muhlenberg! county, were men or sons of men who had fought in the Revolution ndcr Gen. John Peter Gabriel Muhlenberg, or under Gen. u m. Russell. Those of the Gen. Muhl enberg contingency, who located in the northern "part of the county, ere of German descent and were among the earliest of the county's pioneers. W.n Cimpb:'!, who bout the year 1705 established uner Station, and the Russell who helped him establish CreciviUc m 799, were Virginians and members fthc Gen. Russell family. The .. i sciiieu in me oionesrs who nr central and southern sections of the iiiuty were Virginians and Caro linians mainly of lCnglish, Scotch nd Irish e.trar:!-n- . MMHKR uh. BRtZENDlNE'S CUT GLASS TUMBLERS Saturday Only rc A. G1LMAN, Gen, Mgr., Secty. and Treas.. . 0c set YOUR ICI2 jual when you opect us, We hover disappoint in our deliveries any more than we do in the quality and quantity of our icu. Jletter lot iu korve you if you want to know what perfect means. You'll get more and purer ice for the money and get it promptly and regularly. 15 WIS COM WITH A few Saturdays ago vc had this same sale and cleaned up the lot before the day was gone, There were so many of our customers disap painted tint wc decided to have one more sale. This is the Star Cut pattern, and at the price, should be in every home. Tiic Kentucky Society for Friendless. j j Mew Cypress Charcii Dedication Oct. 15 j New Cypress pleted, will be li,"e aM,i soon cated in the bounds of the present third Sunday in of five miles 1). Powell, county of Muhlenberg been secured for from Paradise, on Green river, and tltoii fl,r ivpnt liart tit liirni'tt' sorl Kurt aftcr h I.. & N. railroad. Chu.u o man, after a spat with berg's army drifted to this part of Mrowder, on the "Simultaneously with the depuhis wife, lamKd in the prison when the C.reeu river country trom l'cnn-- ! n,lh The following ylvania ami northern Virginia. rlur,! of lhc he spent the uiuJit. suie river iney ercc:cu a ion- morning he made the statement thai Most of Cen. Muhlenberg's soldiers I nlt.Mit i'ty. mllnis- ei.llfh fnm 6t v" hehad just expjrieni ed his lust night ere born in America, out tneir. i . . ,.r r.. t munu 'c.uKc m ..-u-i years. athers came from Germany and of quiet sleep in thirteen This was ca,,etl ,1ond to im!t dtc that there ate lolland long before the Revolution. iallntkThis seems "ow unl' lnc mong these Revolutionary soldiers blaUyn worse plates iu the world than jails, 1 ms as 1,1 ."uuicauerg mini iuc as Henry Rhoads the Godfather after all. 11 was maoc f Muhlenberg eonntv. , who not onlv lcrmorV efflDrKID . , j 0 About the (if his General part of McLean county. Oi course it is t.cxt d.or to trea- procured the name for Muhlenberg county, but who same time such of the residents of son, but The Baltimore Sun ventures slaves-qui- t as also a prominent pioneer in Ko it Vienna as owned to suggest as a palliative for the un(. A. Sm.wi-.il 28 the Fort and settled farms north of sell your beef hides. due price tf sugar: " Tossibly the estem Rentucky, and identified uh the early development of Muhl- - the river where some of their deremoval of the differential in dut (live us y..n j l w,rtc. r 11K K: Ki. 50.". per veir. ; nberg county and his section of scendeuts are still to bj lound. between raw and refined sugar would "As late as i8.o the settlement it not in the Green river country. relieve the situation." Tell In Perrin's History of Kentucky, south of C) press creek and extendIlavemcyer, breathe it not in r .i me itur fir miMiioti ti.mtli In rinlir f ' "-6" age on;, a unet sKetcn oi me iiremcn, . was ami f Henry Rhoads is incidentally in-- ; Sacramento ONE OF OUR Prof, commonly called The Patch Set- Wui.TWr.H Washington was dc irjdueed in a biography of Mcllenry Rhoads, the well known tleincnt.' While these people we secuded from William the Conquer FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS OR,ll1 The essential educator, who is a son of Abrolem lhriftV' Vet fcW of them or is immaterial. fur onl- ?5. The reeular pricn is fioo. Thoso who bring or mail slaves." Rhoads, a grandson of Solomon thing is that he was the conqueror f3S this advi rtisemciit to us v. ilhin hvc days after sc cine it and telling us In 1708, a few years after Kg where they saw it will be able to have one rccrvedat the low rate of eirgc. II I. If Washington were Ihoiuls, Jr., and a great grandson Henry gjgj No timo limit. If not ready 5. Books and stationery arc included. in Logan county, iueccndaht of the Conqueror it of Henry .Rhoads, lFrom this sketch HQ now, buy one for future use. .WUsoame a. member of the ilu be ti nioreumnoriani',aomnn "Henry Rhonds was born in Ger state legislature, and on Dec. 14, .nictu to William than to George. many 111 1730 nnu uic(i m JiOgnn 708 an act .was passed creating a new county out of parts of Chris Thr Chicago News blurts out the county in iSt.. (He died in Muhl tian and Logan counties. It was uncanny truth that there arc now enberg county O. A. R. ) He ami two of his brothers came to America Henry Rhoads who proposed and - RenreMiitaiivesofC.cn. Muhlen-- I mile ,rum u,c ,rcscni lo,vn "l "" .1 ! church, j'ist comdedicated on the pr. W. ( :tober. Louisville, having that purpose. The church is near the Isbell school-houslive miles from Greenville, on the Madiiuuvilie rad, and there will be an immense crowd present Diuuer will if the weather is fair. be provided for all, and everyone is cordially invited to attend. j This "Society is incorporated for prison work in the State of Ken tucky. It is and non It works ou the lines of sectarian. prevention of crime, prison reform, jail and prison evangelism, and the aid of the friendless ers. Hundreds of persons go out of the two prisons of the State every year, and without help, spread over the couutry and become a menace to life and property. Rev. R. A. Hoffman, the Dist Supt.. of Paducab, has spent sevBan (irisl siill. eral days in this city, 'preaching in My new burr grist mill is in oper churches, in the county jail and at ation; call on your merchants for the public school. Those who help White Flint meal.. Also ready to are aiding a worihy cause. furnish the public with chickeu feed and chopped corn. See Coombs iS: Co. before you n i Greenville Light Ollleo Hourh: & Water Co. (iNconroiMTCU) 7.S0 to 8 a. m. 11 to 12 a. in. 1 to 1.30 p. in. 1 Phone No. 2S1. to S o. in. 1 W H IB h j i j j " I r 1 i 1 I Ii mWWil - Some one in your home prefers vocal music. You'd rather have instrumental. You :S Double-face- can both be suited with a Victor d Two records Vlfifi' jIV in one Record. 12-inc- h, ff WA'' Xs "1 ! CSK 7 Siju U n I j H H io-inc- h, Two records in one almost at' the price of one 75 cents; $1.25. Hi H H n 9 A a B Hfcfc li 1 OARK ENBERG COUNTY BANK Greenville, Ky. kinds of English: "King's and "headline English." l)ut i: neglects to add that the dabh gootl headliue ster in is at tht top of his profession, lie can put into a monosyllable a chapter of swift commentary. two ktylish" about 1757 and settled in R;dford! secured the name of Muhlenberg county, Penn. In 1760 he married for the new county. All local tra Cluabeth Stoncr, of Maryland. He ditions on the subject, without extought for his adopted country ception, credit him with suggesting The through the great struggle for Imp and procurini: this name. under the leadership of Proceedings of the Legislature prob endence, jcn. Muhlenoerg. ticr the war ably show a record to that effect. for Liberty, having lost heavily in Ld Porter Thompson, in his School A thousand cotton planters arc the cause, he, with his two brothers History of Kentucky, page 162, meeting in Montgomery to refute and their families, came to Ken says: the official and unofficial estimates tucky. They stopped first at Hards-tow"Gen. Muhlenberg was at no of the cotton crop. They would His where they left their wives time a resident of Kentucky. have done better to save their trav and children, and then went out in name and his deeds, however, are elinu expenses. I hey have not the wilderness to find a site to build of interest to us because some of much cotton to sell yet, and by the a town. The place eelected was at the gallant members of his church time the bulk of their cotton is pick the falls of Green river where they wha followed him when he left his cd there will be more definite infor started a settlement and called it pulpit to fight for independence had niation regarding the size of the Rhoadsvillc. Aftcr three years of grants of land for military service, crop. peaceable possession an action was which they located on and beJow entered in the Ohio circuit court, G reon river soon after the close of the Germany follows on after Prance styled 'John Handlcy vs. Henry Revolution, and made their homes in taking steps to reduce the cost of Rhoads and others,' for the posses in what are now Muhlenberg. Mc living , in the most obvious way, by sion of the land on which the new Lean and Ohio counties. One of considering measures for the tariff town stood. The suit was gained them, the Hon. Henry Rhoads, was on foodstuffs. The Minister of Ag by the plaintiff. Henry Rhoads a member of the legislature in 1798, riculturc has taken the cxtraoi (Una and a few of his friends then re when Muhlenberg county was esry step, as a means of fodder to moved to Uarnett's Station, on tablished, and procured it to be needy persons at reduced prices Rough creek, where he lived five named in honor of his pastor and Men and women must live, even i years, during which time the pres general.'' the middleman fares less sumptuous ent town of Hartford was laid out On the same page Thompson con ly as the days go by. and a few houses built. He next tinues the subject by giving a brief moved to Logan coijuty and settled, biography of Gen. Muhlenberg: In China famine stalks abroad as where he owned 7;ooo acres of mil "When the war began the Rev. a result of disastrous floods sweep itary land. He represented the Peter Muhlenberg, then a young ing over large areas of cultivated county in the legislature of Ken uian, was pastor of a German Luthlands and destroying the crops. In tucky in 179S, on its formation as a eran church at Woodstock, Virgin"rancc and Germany there arc food county, and named it in honor of ia, though he was a native of Pennriots brought about by famine prices Gen. Muhlenberg." sylvania. In 1776 he was author caused by high tariffs on bread and Collins, in his History of Ken ized to raise a regiment among the meoi. Dccause the Chinese cannot tucky, under the head of McLean Get mans of the Shenandoah valley, i help themselves they are more dc County, saysi and was commissioned colonel. serving of commiseration than thei "The first fort or station in Mc Having enlisted his command (the Lean county was built where Cal 8th Virginia, called also the Ger houn now stands, iu 17S8, by Solo man Regiment') he entered the pulDuring a man's lifetime he hs mon Rhoads, and called Vienna pit with his sword and cockade and got to hold to thccoursc pretty hard In 1790, James Inman built Pond preached his farewell sermon. Ob south-cas- t of the day following he set out with or he will get pushed off by som Station, a few miles his men to join the army. In 1777 Calhoun." more enterprising individual, an he was commissioned brigadier gen Other authorities and most tra .tfip chapces arc not near so good for him to receive a bunch of roses ditions say Henry Rhoads estab eral. Alter the war he was for scv as they are for him to get a wreath lished a station some time between cral years state treasurer of Pennof barbed wire hung about his neck 1784 and 1788 where Calhoun now sylvania, and served several terms But when he dies everything changes stands, and that he waS assisted in in Congress. Through the influence They bring him a wagonload o this work by his brother, Solomon of one to whom he had been a pas flowers and come kind friend writes Rhoads,, and another brother whose lor in peace and a valiant captain a two column appreciation in which name is usually aiven as David. At in the fight for freedom, his monument (a county'!; the liueHsh any rate, a few years aftcr Henry nil the big words-iname) was erected, not in his own Rhoads established, or helped to language tumble over each othe establish, Rhoadsvillc or Fort Vien land, but in the wilderness of Ken and in the end express nothing. the background Kate looks on and na, he lost the title to all his laud tucky." While faithfully and successfully laughs while she pulls the striug in that vicinity, and after living for a while near Hartford he moved in make her puppets dance. that (Continued ou Page 3.) liu-rlishighly-civilized fellow-sufferers. . PKINOIPAti Hl Appreciating' your past patronage we solicit all or part of your future Banking' business. TOOSo E. SUMNER, Cashier. TITTO TAT unci -r Tm TTI 1 ST NATIONAL BANK KENTUCKY DIRECTORS V, A. Wickliffe, W. G. Duncan, C. E Martin, R. T. Martin, E. J. Puryear, C. M. Martin, Jno. P. Reynolds, Jr represent j B Hk The standing and responsibility of the-me- n We iinmP IncurB. - YStt W Ll M iS fl!1 j H i Mb ' who constitute our Board of Directors arc a guarantee of careful, judicious management. Hid!! of form and 1 ante (0. of A Clean Man I I 1 h srHrMTarir fids1 EMPLOYEE'S LIABILITY n b?t?p I j j B Outside cleanliness ia less than half tbs battle. A man may Good bcrub himself a dozen times n day, and still heallh means cleanliness not only outside, but inside. It means n clean liver, end u clean stomach, clean bowels, clean blood, new, clean, healthy tissues. The man vho is clean in this way vrill look it and act it. He will work with energy and think clean, clear, healthy thoughts. lie will never he troubled with liver, lumj, stomach or blood disorders. Dyspepsia and indigestion originate in unclean stomachs. IJIood diseases are found whore there is unclean blood. Consumption and bronchitis mean unclean lungs. .BURGLARY - - - i :- -: BOMDvS - Br, Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery pravimtR theso diseases. It makes a ninn's insirias clean nad healthy. It cleans iSie digeslivo orgauaj malioa pure alccn blood, ood rlcnn, healthy flesh. g 1 fii DlUPVUfCfl DDfl'C nnrrmtji! UHuLyiLLi:, 8 It restores tone to the nsrvous system, and cures nervous exhaustion end drugs. prostration. It contains no alcohol or Constipation is the most unclean unclean! incss. Dr. Pierce'a Pleasant PalThey never gripe. Easy to take aa candy. lets cure it. habit-formin- g m I r fw Mi n g 1 II I h M KITCHEN (AB1NETS AT MARK'S. 4 Field men from other markets, have been inspecting our to(Contiuued from l'uge ',.)' bacco crop as it grew, are highly pleased with the weed, aud say that serving the public, Henry Rhoads Muhlenberg has the finest tobacco had, for a number of years, more or less trouble establish in; ids claim in this section this season. to the land to which he was entitled Last week warning was given that aud on which he lccl after he weeds must be cut and premises moved into what lat r Lecarac a cleaned up by the first of this week. part of Muhlenberg county. This This was not the first lime that this laud to which he finally tamed posG order had been issued, but many session lay in what was, up to 179S, people allowed the weeds to go right a part of Logan county. It was NO ALUM, WO LIME PHOSPHATE on growing and rubbish and other part of a grant of almost 7,000 unsanitary matter to accumulate. acres which he had surveyed in 1793 This time some of them have cut for himself and Gen. Alexander Three negro prisoners confined in I. C k. LOCAL TIME CARD. It is possible that their weeds and otherwise cleaned McClanahnu. the jail at I lopkmsville escaped Satup, while others have refused to do 793 was the year Henry Rhoads urday night by filing a bar to one of so. Legal proceedings have been first settled in what is rmw Muhlenthe basement doors. State of instituted against all those who fail- berg county, iu 79; Mil! .1 f..l M. Kentucky issued to Mc lanahan Millinery: do and see Mrs. M. ed to comply with this order. 129 l.4ulvil1r I'.m Il:i;t!it and Rhoads a patent for tni. survey. IM m E. Martin's stock of Fall and Winll t'tiu'iiinivti pp.H) IamiWvIIIc Umil. ... UMin For the first time since the new In Ocrobcr, 1801, a c ii mission of 136 Oniral t'it.v t il nn ter hats. You will be ploased with Constitution was adopted, the Sec- six men was appoint' u divide IlM Til r.oi v n. style, quality and pi ices. M. retary of State became the acting. this tract between the two and issue 135 riMluoMh An I Cuirv ii.l.'ium 121 VmU li.hijuo HtiliimMlaliiii 101 XH jun OrkMii Rain barrels are ihc great breed- Governor of Kentucky Monday. a dectl to each for his share. OlHQ X. O, ifi-- . (txMiUtilU)Mi.r. ml) 1.30 urn ing places for mosquitoes .A little Gov. Wilison was in New York and der Hook N'o. 1, pjge 1, gives the W.O. Crawford. Apt. Junei. 1011. I kerosene poured on the water will iet. Gov. Cox was in Indianapolis names of these commissioners, all Hen of whom were proinin.ui pioneers: prevent these pests from coming: in- on business. Secretary of State L. Bruner assumed the reins of John Dennis, Henry L tl Matto existence there. government Monday morning, and thew Adams; Win. He". Hi njamin (Jive us your order for fresh meat. among other things designated two Tolbert u 11 d Solomon Rhoads. Coal mines are busy now. special Judges, one being Judge W. Deed Hook No. 1, page shows Quick delivery. Coomiis & Co. P. Sandidge, of Ilussellville, desig- that they granted him 2 acres for your fresh Call .Phone ra Mr. Otto A. Rjothcrt came down nated as Special Judge of Boyle of the survey for which he received meats. from Louisville Sunday and will be Circuit Court in the absence of a deed on Oct. 26, 1801. Thus, MThe Song of the Mosquito" is here for about two months, during Judge L. L. Walker, who is ill with after a long and palicnijstruggle, which time he will gather more data typhoid fever. R. A. Cook, Assist- Henry Rhoads held a title to land the hcadlincr now. ant Secretary of State, acted as Sec- against which no priority claim was for his forthcoming history of MuhTrfc day and night are of equal lenberg county, and also look up retary of State. ever brought, in 1798 he bought -vlength today. an adjoining survey of 500 acres specimens of Indian relics to add to II. Farmer, of Diuvmiii Mr. .lull his already fine collection. that had been granted to Gen. Geo. Spring, will move here and open n Matthews. We are right on the dot of the shoe .sliop. fall equinox. It was on this 2,500 acre tract The Greenville Equitable Warethat he built his home shortly after house Co. have rented their factory, Mr. 15. Y. Thomas, of Central City, Dr. T. 13. Slaton was in Louisville located on Main Cross Street, to the, was here Monday, The the truest of Mrs. V. his arrival from Hartford. the latter part of last week. dwelling is still standing near II. N. Martin Tobacco Co., of Lou-- ; II. the Greenville and Rochester road isville, who will handle tobacco here Mr. and Mrs. O. C Roll return.Iiul;;e O'Kenr will speak at the eoitrt about nine miles from - Greenville. this season. This factory was orig,liouc lu re, at o'eloek on Thursday, ed from Louisville Monday. The farm on which this house stands inally owned by the 11. N. Maitiu (let. C. and at Central l ilyat nbht. has passed from lather to son for Co., but a few years ago it was sold. An auto elopement vould be a Mr. Alvin Taylor was in Louisville more than a century and is now to the present owners. novel society event. Think of it. the latter part of the week, the guest owned by Prof. Mcllenry Rhoads. All kinds fresh and salted meats of hib friend, Mr. Otto A. Kothert. Near this historic house is the old Mc has 'Kig Ben," one of the .it J. E. Coomb's & Co. family grave yard. In it, among A concrete walk i; heing put down best alarm clocks on the market. in front of the O'lJryan lot and the five generations of Rhoads buried Mr. W. G. Crawford, local I. (?. .Mayhtigh blacksmith shop, on Main there, is the grave of the Godfather People have to learn to loaf, the jgent, reports that business over street. of Muhlenberg county. same as they have to learn to work the line is heavier now than he hat; ' When he settled on this tract Mrs. Kate O'JIara, a Socialistic lec ever known it at this season. Both Miss Ruth Uohannon is unturer, will .speak at the court house Muhlenberg was practically an wlth.a camping party this week in passenger and freight movement broken wilderness. Many wild anihere. Sat unlay, Oct. Hi, at o'clock. Is this true, and ranks well up to mals, both large and small, held CJlUKStijiKwniJrrir owned. ..by Mt. AmV season he has known since with The Jewish stores will uc clowed In sway. A jjijb,er of itortcs arc told . ... ?i UuJ city on Saturday, ttopt. 23. Uml on about ..y1 '.br.t joamwl var lOrrnayVQiftw in- - jWQptiutfr iww lime-.- . ttfeac hiilsW3$iJl'Mi I hcr.cL if .you have it Watch or 'clock out Year and Hay or Atonement respec repeat two of 'these stories, not . ' .... -uj iuiu, uiuviu.v iu gu ...1..-..uiuiiu ui K.t of running Order, jewelry to be re- - tively. they are characteristic of life pone's self, but au autoist rarely paired, or sewing machines out ofj Mrs. .lake ISardner, who has been in the wilderness, but because they 'dbes so. service, bring them to McCracken visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. arc incidents from the life of Muhland get firstclass guaranteed work. .John Miller, returned to her home in enberg's first great piOncer, handed Indianapolis Saturday. Mr. Allie DeWitt was over from down by local tradition. Mrs. Lila Carhn Moore, now of Caritral City Monday, shaking hands When Henry Rhoads was buildIS. .1. I'uryear, Raymond l'uryear. N'ew Mexico, but formerly of Ken with his friends. e William Wicklift'e and ISdward ing his log house his neighbors were tucky, delivered a lecture on Temp left Sunday for .lacks-m- . Tenn. few and far between, but all came Home rendered lard liftc. per erance at the Methodist church here where they will enter school. with a helping hand and a happy Sunday night. Mrs. Moore is a riound. J. E. Coombs' & Co. heart to take part in his "house Fish Wednesday and Saturday at pleasing public speaker, and her ad raising." These old time house Mr. M. 1). McDonald is regain- -' dress was appreciated by all who J. 15: Coombs & Co. raisings were attended as much for ing his vigor, and is able to be back heard it. Mrs. Crawford Jonson entertained at the sake of their social features as with his business. Hearts last Thursday For a firstclass shave, up to date night at Five Hundred, afternoon ainlat for the purpose of helpiug build a iu honor of her Miss Irene Drake left Thursday hair cut, electric massage, good sister. Miss Alarjori ; Martin, of Paducah. house. One afternoon while the crowd for Lcvingtpn, where she will enter shoe shine, hotj cold and shower was busily engaged on the roof of " Mrs. James W. Oates, who has been ill Sayrc College. baths, go to Sam R. Martin's barber of typhoid fever lor some time, is able to this building, so runs the tradition, shop, near the Max Weir corner. sit up now, and hecmany friends hope to a large bear leisurely wandered into Mfsses Pearl Monarch and Mary sec her out again soon. sight. When the men saw the aniDougherty, of Owensboro, were the The official figures of the attend mal they stopped work and immeguests of Miis 15'thel Oates Friday. ance at the Kentucky State Fair Miss Martha Hendiie, who has hctn diately started 'on a bear chase. have been given out as follows; here on a visit (o Miss Sallie Btizeudine, - An inftint of Rnfus Jones' died at Monday, Some ran after him with axes and 11,471; Tuesday, 7,080; has returned to her home in Owensboro. others with guns. The women of "Luzerne at 3.30 a, m. Tuesday, Wednesday, 1 1,606; Thursday, 31,- Miss Lucilu Kirkpatrick left Thurs the wilderness always lent a helping burial was at Nebo the same day. 765; Friday, 14,190: Saturday, day for Lexington, where she will en hand. In this instance one woman Thursday holds the record for ter Say re College. followed in the bear chase with a Mr$. Jake Gardner returned to the largest attendance of any one Indianapolis the latter part of the day. The profits this year will be Merchants nvo now receiving large pitchfork. After an exciting time old bruin was finally captured. weak, after a visit to her parents about $15,000, some $5,000 less lines of goods for the fall and winter 9icrc. : trade. That night a large bear skin was than last year. stretchefl on the new log wall and Mr. Thomas Miller left Wednesday ,,, jDySiers, Ccleryi Pish at. Coombs you want a milk chocolate, for his home in Tlioenix, Arizona. barbecued bear meat was served in If SC'o. strawberry milk or .Bimbo Flip, we after a visit of several weeks with rel- abundance at all the other meals served to the house raising party. atives and friends here. Taylor & Poole. have it. Hut the noise made by the bear Rev. J. W. Bruner, of Hartford, Miss Mariorie Martin who has been here chasers evidently did not scare all Ky., held special services at the Altogether that was an orderly on a visit to her sisler, Ars. Crawford the wild animals out of the neighUnptist church here Sunday, deliver crowd here ciscus day, as only four Jonson, returned to her home at paducah About a year after that ing two interesting sermons. arrests weie made. Three of these Friday. She was accompanied bv Miss borhood great event, Henry Rboads, while were plain drunks, however the Virginia Boliannon. Jjavis. Unisenoerry, from near trimmings were added later, and walking in his wood, which is still .the JPowdcrly, was tried before Judge other that of a gentleman who Rev. W. H. Wright: formerly of Cen- standing a short distance north of either Sandidgc Friday momiag and judg did not have the price of admission tral City, but now of Hartford, has the old house, espied a large drove ed of unsound mind. He was taken or wanted to keep it, so attempted been holding a protracted meeting at of wild turkeys. He slowly raised to the Western. Kentucky Asylum at to view the performance by cutting l'owdorly. Ho was compelled to dis- his fliut-loc- k rifls for the purpose continue services iu onlcr to attend a Hopkinsvillc, Friday afternoon. of shooting a fine goi I.: strutting a hole in the circus tent. religious convention at Krnnkfort, but : !in close the work will be resumed Monday under a white oak an 1 wish to say to the public that I evening. range. When he w...; b ut ready coca-cola- ? Do you drink Then will have no formal opening, but to pull the trigger h..ul a rusttry ours. It is pure and refreshing, Let Mc fix your clock. carry a splendid stock of goods and ling in the dry leave und him. Taylor & P001.1t. a 20 use every effort to please. Will be Rhoads looked arou ..I, .uul, to his The first convictions under the late glad to have you call and examine In this issue will be found an in- law against drinking liquor on rail- great surprise, saw a huge panther ray stock and compare prices teresting to spring upon him. article from the pen of Mr. road pawienger trains were had last prepaiiug Mrs. M. 15. Martin. Otto A. Rothcrt. The subject of Wednesday in the Logan couirty court. Without stopping to t.ik? sure aim, h Ira Lee, S. M. Miller and ,lohn he fired at the thre. ning beast. Don't fail to read the Saturday the sketch is "Henry Rhoads, the were each lined $10.00 and costs Luckily the bullet hn the animal Godfather of Muhlenberg County." for taking a drink on the passeuger add of Brizendine's. between the ees and l. iied him inThis article is of more than ordinary train running from Oweusboro to A half hou: ti r Rhoads local interest, as it not only gives a on the evening of the fourth stantly. Millinery; Some stylish, up-twalked back home wv he panther biography of one of Kentucky's pio of July. now hats of every description. Sold skin on his arm anu ius trusty old at prices to suit you. Go to Mrs neers, but recounts how this county Mr. Duncan Hamilton left yesterday flint-loc- k on hi3 shoulder. came to be given its name, as well 2d. E. Martin. for Lexington, where he will enter the law s were, us a Thise old department of State College.. rule, fine sighted and unerring. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Felix, of iV.iss i.ena Arnold your uive g See Pig lien at Macks They were slow bu "ire, but did Hartford, are visiting relatives her laundry; goods, called for and de livered. not kill every pantt. shop. ihey were ihis week. who Henry Rhoads Absolutely Pur The only Baking Powder made from Roya! rape Cream of Tartar )WDER 1 1 1 V. l .i- N- - . 11 1 1 ; ' - YViek-lifF- 17,-50- 0. : i Senwi-haug- r.. flint-lock- watch-tpakin- pointed at. Compared to modern rifles they were slow in all the oper ations that preceded and resulted in the discharge of the bullet. Most of the local traditions arc subject to a variety of vcrsi jns. The old panther story, as I have related it, has probab'ly changed very little from the original since Henry Rhoads' day. However, another version of this incident has lately crept into circulation and shows to what extent some of our old traditions arc changed. This new version has it that when . Henry Rhoads saw the wild turkey in. the woods he took steady aim at the bird and then pulled the trigger of his flint-locHe had no more than pulled the trigger when he heard a panther back of him. Rhoads turned, immediately swung his gun around and aimed at the panther, then in the very act of making a long leap from a limb down onto the hunter. Hut the old pioneer was quicker than the (lis charging powder or the charging panther, for he had the gun pointed at the auimnl before the bullet left the barrel and thus killed the panther with the load that, a few seconds before,' Iliad been intended for the turkey. This same version continues with the statement that the animal did not drop to the ground after it was shot, but fell across the shoulder of the hunter, who then leisurely walked home and did not throw the panther down on the ground uutil he reached the front of his house. Henry Rhoads was the father of nine children! Among his four daughters was ICIizabeth Rhoads, who married Jacob VanMetcr. His five sons were Jacob, Daniel, Henry, Jr., Solomon, Jr., and David. The descendents of Solomon Rhoads Jr., are represented more extensively in Muhlenberg county and other parts of the Green river country than any of the other of llei'ry Rhoads' children. Solomon Rhoads, Jr., was born June 7, 1774, and died Nov. 19, 1849. This Solomon Rhoads, Jr., was a nephew to the Solomon Rhoads who, with Henry and another brother, (David ?) built the first fort in McLean coun ty which, as already stated, was first called Rhoadsvillc, then Vidn-nand which later became Cal-' houn: Solomon Rhoads, Jr., the son of Henry Rhoads, ha:l two children by his first wife: Bradford 1. y Rhoads, who-wa- s a member ol McLean's company in the War of 1812; and 2. Rebecca Rhoads, who married Solomon Nofsingcr. Solomon's second wife was Rachael Johnson, whose mother, Rachael lloonc, was a first cousin to Daniel Hoone. They weie the parents of fi v c children: 3. Absolcm J. Rhouds, who married Tabitha R. Dennis, daughter of Abraham Den nis; 4. Preston Rhoads, who mar ried Sallie Ross; 5. Henry Rhoads, who married Elizabeth Morton; 6. Samuel Rhoads, a bachelor; 7. Minerva Rhoads, w h 0 married Peter Haker. L. H. Rhoads, who lives near Drakesboro, is a great-gregrand son of Henry Rhoads, u great grand son of David Rhoads, u grandson of Harebus Rhoads and a son of Isaac W. Rhoads. Henry Rhoads, as already stated, was a member of the state legislature from Logan county when, in 1798, Muhlenberg was formed and was the first man to represent the new county in the house of repre sentatives. He was sixty years of age when the county was organized. He died in tSi.j, aged seventy-fivHe 'and his children were members of Hazel Creek Haptist church, which was organized Dec. 3, 1798. Although he declined the various county offices offered to him, he nevertheless continued to work for the good of the community, and probably did as much for the county, if not more, than any of the other early pioneers. He helped draw the plans for the first court house and also did much toward promoting the interests of Greenville, the new county seat. He was bondsman aud adviser to a number of the younger meu whom he successfully recommended for office. He spent much of his time looking after his farm, tanyard and other personal affairs, but never lost an opportunity to exercise his energy and influence on such things as he thought would advance Muhlenberg county and its people. This sketch on the life of Henry Rhoads is compiled from such local history and traditions as have come It is quite under my observation. probable I have failed to learn, and therefore have failed to record, oth a, V Al-ncat e. er interesting facts bearing on the life of this great pioneer. If such is the case, I will be .dad to hear from any one relative to such omissions, and will take pleasure iu in sorting them in a revised biography of Henry Rhoads, the Godfather of Muhleubcrg County. a. e. Mccracken. CIRCUIT COURT. Work in the Circuit Court was light lor the latter part of the week, and the cases all having been disposed of, court adjourned at noon Saturday. Philip Wilkins was given a judgment of S750 against the I. C. R. R. Co. for personal injuries. Arthur Lile confessed to a fine of Si 00 for disorderly conduct. Lillie Kennely obtained a judgment of Si 50 against the Holt Coal Co. for board for au injured boy. Hud Philpot was given a judgment against the I. C. R. R. Co. for 78.-- i for loss of goods shipped. George Rich was awarded a judgment of $200 against the L. N. R. R. Co. for personal injuries.' Henry Harnett vs. Elk Valley Consoidatcd Coal Co., personal injury. Judgment for 75. In the case of S. H. Lcshmau vs. the Heech Creek Coal Co., for personal injuries, the verdict was in favor of the defendants. The Grand Jury adjourned Wed ncsday after having turned in S8 indictments, covering almost every phase of law breaking. In its report the Grand Jury has the following to say concerning the county jail: "We have examined the county jail and find it 111 as good condition as could be expected under existing We find th.c jail is circumstances. two small aud altogether inadequate to meet the needs of the county and would suggest that the Fiscal Court take such steps as would be necessary to erect a new jail to accommo date the pnsoncrs. We further re port that said jail, in our belief, is unsafe to keep any number of prisoners." Services Methodist Church. More than nine out of evcry ten cases of rheumatism are simply rheumatism of the muscles, due to cold or damp, or chronic rheumatism. In such cases no internal treatment is required. The free application of Chamberlain's Liniment is mi mat is needed ana it is certain to give quick relief. Give it a trial and see for yourself hov quickly it mlieves the pain and soreness. Price 25c; larjie size, 50c. LUCKY is rendered. CHIEF, Registered Poland China Boar. Services at J. E. Coombs' farm at 51, due when service J. E. COOMBS, Greenville, Ky. Notice to File Claims. All persons having claims against the estate of G. P. Jeffries, deceased, are notified to present the same to mc properly proven, on or before Oct. i, ign, for settlement. This Aug. 2t), 191 1. - Tuos. E. Sumnek, Admr. House and Land for Rent. The Captain Roark property, 7 room house, stable, line water, several acres of land, ready for cultivation located just outside of town, on two streets, will be rented reasonably. Pine location, desirable home. Ap. ply to Oricn L. Roark, Greenville, Ky. Special Rates I. C. R. 8. PALL KACItJ MEETING niUUCIHLL DOWNS. Rev. Geo. Dennis, of Louisville, will preach at the Methodist Church next Sunday at 11 o'clock, a. m. Rev. IIT; Keid, missionary tb SingJCong China, will preach iu the evening at 7:30 o'clock. All arc cordially iuvited to attend these services. Y. M. C. A: Notes. On next Sunday afternoon the Limit Oct. Louisville, Sept. '.WOet. I t, inn. Date of sale Sept. Jo. Limit Oat. l. faro plus 'oc round trip; Sept. 0 to Oct. l, limit two days from date of .sale, fare plus SSe li Oct. 7, trains limit two days from date of sale, one fare plus 2.ro R.T. littAND LODGE OK KY. I. 6. 0. P. Oct. Louisville, Ivy. Date of sale Oct. and for train 1IJ4 Oct.. Limit Oct. 1 1, One fare plus iiJc. Ills' OK AND , LODGE MASONS GlllVNj uiiiYi', .MAWXS 0F;K1T" Louihville, Ivy., Oct. Date Jqf sale Oct. l.VUi, and for traih lot Oct. 17. Limit Oct --'3. One fare plus2uc round trip. DAVIESS COUNTY FAIR. Owensboro, Ivy., Oct. One fare plus Wo K. T. On sale Oct. 4 to 7 inc. 1 1 lOl-l'.-- J, l, 17-1- U. first of the Y. M. C. A. meetings will be held at 3 o'clock. Hoth men and women arc invited to at Accident on Public Road. tend this meeting. A very interesting program is being arranged. The first three meetings of the season will be for men aud women, boys and girls. There are three greatjhymn writers who we want to honor by using their hymns on these three occasions. They are Isaac Watts. Charles Wesley and Kantiic Crosby. On next Sunday the service wil( be given up to the hymns of Isaac Watts. Tiiis service will be dis tinctly a song service. A short talk about Isaac Watts will be given by Dr. Henderson. Some of the beautiful hymns will be recited and some of them will be .rendered, as special selections by proficient sing ers. The program will vary and will be very interesting. All are cordially invited to be present. ''Come, let us join our cheerful gongs With unfrels round the throne; Ten thousand thousand are their tongues, Hut all their joyu are one.. Jesus is worthy to receive Honor and power divine; And blessings more thRn we Uc, Lord, for ever Thine! can. jriyo, " Let all that dwell above .the sky, And air, and earth, and seats. Congpire to lift Thy tfloties high, And speak Thine endless praise.1" Isaac Watts. Epworth League Program, Sept. 21. On laht Wednesday night while driving to Powderly with "his wife and child in a buggy, Dr. E. R. Yost was run into by a double tcain, driven by two men, near the depot. The buggy was overturned and the horse caused - to run away. Mrs. Yost was struck in the side and painfully injured, and Dr. Yost was thrown from the buggy and run over, sustaining several minor bruis es. The child was carticd by the runaway horse to the top of the town hill, where the horse was stop ped. The double team was in charge of James Carr aud Odie Allen, both of Central City, and they were either drunk, or paying no at tention to where they were driving. They were driving at a terriffic speed and paid no attention to Dr. Yost's efforts to stop them, though he and his wife both called to them. As he had pulled his horse out of the road and into the ditch, as far as the bank would allow him to go, it would seem that the people in charge of the double team were claiming all parts of the road, and in doing this they brought about the collision. Mrs. Yost is slowly improving, though her injuries will not permit of her being out for some time. ovcr-cxcitc- d Louisville Conference Next Week. Subject: The Exemplary Life., 1 Tim. a,: i a. This is a memory ser vice, and every 'member is request ed to commit the songs, prayer and scripture. Hymn; Blessed Assurance. Lord's Prayer in concert. Scripture, Psalm I. Hymn, I Need Thee Every Hour, Comments on Topic. Hymn, Jesus Lover of My Soul. Recognition of new members. Hymn. What A Friend We Have In Jesus. Announcements, League Benediction. Don't forget that this is a niern-o.rservice, The 66th. annual session of the Louisville Conference of the M. E. Church, South, will convene here on Wednesday, Sept. 27, and continue through the week. This will be the third time that this city lias entertained this body, and it is estimated that there will be at lcast5oo delegates, ministers, missionaries and visitors here during this time, and all preparations are being made for their entertainment. We leave it to you to say how good Is our furniture polish. We know it is the best we c?n buy, and sell under a guarantee. If not the beat you ever used, return and got your money quick and pleas antly. ROARK. v It iT iT tiii M ROARK Fxirnihsre, WaJlp&.per, Shades, Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper., Slippers, Grave Vailts. Disinfection ROARK TO PREVENT HOQF TROUBLESLltllo Hook Shown In Illustration Among Included Should Be Equipment of Stable. Wfl ( Ms Mi the handiest things you can hnvo about the stabloa-lshown In tho illuBtratlon. It Is a A tool thnt la one of Not Jl )&w ft Our Name has been before the public for 30 years, most of the time right on the spot where we are now located. hoof hook anil should bo included among the onuinmpiit of every well regulated stable, snrn tho Pmlrlo Farmer. A practical horseninn snya that the feet of the horse should bo ho before cleaned every morning leaves the stable. The hoof hook will remove all litter, pebbles or anything that may hnvo become lodged in tho foot. This precaution may prevent injury to the solo or sensltlvo structures tQ C, S TaKo One PainPill, then TaKo Read The Our Aim constantly has 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 lhe larger cities. We endeavor constantly to increase our usefulness. C XT Hoof Hook. of the foot. If the feet become very dry. pack them dally for a week with some form or clay. Then apply lard to the wall, to which may be added pine tar and roein. This olntn:ent holds the moisture in the feet and pre- o To Head-Of- f a Headache Nothing is Belter than mm la n ns f ft Dr. Miles7 Aftcr-Effect- Anti-Pai- n Pills HENRY WATTERSON Editor, & Our Claim On your patronage is based on a service the duration of an ordinary life lime, and a square deal assured every one. The accumulated experience and knowledge of this third of a century are at your command. They Givo Relief without j. Bad "For four years I was subject to almost constant headache. At vents further ovryoratlcn. This treatment world nldom havo to be resorted to except hi the case of driving horses that arc kept in tho stride continually r.nd not given much work. HANDY CHUTE times so severe I was untittcd for work. Through the advice of a friend I was persuaded to try Pills ami Miles' Anti-Pai- n the result has been that I have entirely eradicated my system f tl ose continuous headaches that followed a hard and continuous mental strain." O. L. Russell, At. C. & N. W. Ky., Early, la. For Sala by All Druggists. 25 Doses. 25 Cents. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. lr. WK C AN ILRNISU Vol" AND 1HK f I mi I The J. L. ROARK Estate ORIEN L. ROARK, Manager FURNITURE tstaDIished 1879 Long Distance D Telephones: EALERS IREC TORS Convenient Farm Implement That Can Oe Guilt on P3ir of Old Cultivator Wheels. A convenient or sheen IhIo a Stsce 72; Mime W8 chute far loading hogs v. Bulbs of all Kinds in Stock. scon hex is made by IJOTIl ONI- YI-A- FOR m& & & f m &mmmmmmmmm taklnu two piccee cf 2 by 4 lumber cisht feet lern for the tins ami nail ing down a floor of any Kind or piecea ilirpo fert Ions with clea!3 for foot holds: then construct sides of slata nnmh tn kre d the animals from jumping ovrr. rcys the Homestead. Tho sills flioulil project a few inches hevond the Hoar on one end so that Ihev will crtch on the wagon box floor when the end gr.te Is removed. A pair nt m.it ivntrr or Eimilar wheels and Lena Arnold lias in stock all kinds of bulbs, and now is the time Following to bfrgin the cultivation. arc ready for delivery, and orders taken for others, anil prompt tie Chinese Sacred livery guaranteed: rl.illies, ioc each, 3 for 25; Paper White Narcissus. C.randiflora, 2 for 5c, 30c doz; Roman Hyacinths, Single White, 5c each, 5.0c dor. Bedding Hyacinths, Dutch, 5c each, 60c do.; Forcing Dutch Hyacinths, ioc each, 1.00 do.; Tulips, mixed Mis -- 20c do?.. We can also t;ivcj liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier-JournaCom Write Courier-Journpany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send your subscription order to this paper NOT to the Couriers Journal. l. al A BLUE ROSE $ CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE (iNCOXrORATno) & TELEGRAPH GO, I ' j The Greatest RoscKovclty of the Century Semi Tor ftescrlpl ion ami Price List Tho New Rose (Violet Blue) Hailed by the Rose Growers as the Forcrnnncr of the Corn- flower Blue Rose. Very Ior- ous and hardy. Free Blooming arcculiotit-c- s JOHN E. RACKEBRANDT Princeton, Ky. 4 Long distance tines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana, Southern Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi artd Louisiana. We can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section of the country. Wo solicit your patronage. Rates reasonable. Equipments and facilities - A .... M ... itftMIHOj MES E: CAUDWFLL, LELAND HUME, Uoa't-atrn g Chute. r s a e 0o of s:.li are usid tu make a truck rlactd abcut the icntt-- of tho moved chute so thnt it may be from r'aco to place. These wheels aro nf wifh a hcicht or so placed that they tako a proportionate part of tho cr-il- weight when tho chuto is in place. Being of this width it barely fits into tho wagon box when the endgato is out, imvinc no nlnco for hogs to get out by the side of it. Instead of letting tho cilia project far enough to engage tho wnenn hox. two Iron straps may bo used having tho cnd3 bent and sharpened so as to catch In the wood of tho box and prevent slipping. Gekhara Sheep. Tho department of agriculture la Ecricusly considering the Introduction into this country of Bokhara sheep. "Per-firfrom which ccmc lhe fur called lrmb." All Astrakhan fur 13 now ratecd cn territcr7 tributary to tho p.i.isn srn. Tie brct fr.r is taken frcin the larcb when it is only four or five days eld. The Bokhara cheop aiso make gocd mutton. n Deal at home as much I as possible. Build up your I I home town, This will make you a better home I market and enhance the a value of your property, oc toisootoaootiitost Ride with iiviile Transfer Go. Bus JUST RECEIVED Many Patterns of 1911 They meet all trains, day and night, with Wallpaper and Baggage wagon. THE OLD RELIABLE White Sewing Machines, in rotary and vibrator; needles, shuttles, etc. in stock for all machines. ROARK'S STORE. Get potted plants anil cut flowers from Miss Lena Arnold. Take your beef hides to J. E. Coombs & Co. and get the cash. IT ILL theTHE OOUG Hl AND CURE LUNCS . Dr. King's New w mmmn hmrmWJMim WW H cww you w0kV3 nt mmmt I Ull Trial Dottle FrccB AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES! QLDS JmLM-Z- d GUARANTEED BATIS'AUXUX.X OBCOYrUNDED. J llcst work, prompt service; give Several patterns of swing porch your laundry to Joe Morgan, who settees at Roarks, and you are in will appreciate your patronage. vited to call. Cures Uhc IRccotfc AfBflr r,Colds"any part of Tody. In 'CLll HARCOURT MANUFACTURING &i.COr.Louisville.Kx ENGRAVER Iti'lii'vi-- t ANY t".mirl an liour. Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality. f U Pregnant evea must havb abundant Feeds rich in rroteln aro necessary fnr I ho brood CO T Chsrcont or soft coal ashes ahould bo lront in tho hog r.ea. A clip in warm water is tho best thin fnr :i chilled I)SK. One of tho best muscle producins fnmic uncn tho fann is cats. It is always easier to tell a good nnfmai then n scrub A pailful of warm sioy lor tho sows nrtcr tho pigs havo came Is the thing, cm hnw nroEcrly cured. mni:e an nxprllGiit summer hay for horses. limine .mil COWS. Tho ewes should all bo brod near Uio aamo date to insure uniformity nf tlin lamb crop. iioon da not suffer greatly from dry told, but should be sheltered from winds and rains. vnnv a disappointed sheep man's nrnnin has gono to raise immense f ticks and lice. It is nearly always beat to save sorao of tho boat sows, especially to farrow thn rarlv snrlng litters. WLatever material is used for It should be changed sulllclently often io inuro cie2n:inas, crriiwl fi!d?rs cUotj lf'.iit from nd-- l r or frara larba nct c'cnui-tre rfl 1 Kl' lilM Dr. ler'sGough Haneyll ini I Itjrcr.a r ! lostoD. Mu. Uil th. - will lirunr lll'M'lll I'liI'lV' HhiniIiiaHii, IVimp, l (iiiMiiiiiumi Inlhi. tiiii U'lii.niiinir Ouifli. Il Dial TJio Wc elio by mall 60c Kmhuila. M. Y. J irholocrnnliy Tf H fvm. PH0T0X Sec the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Roark's. 1 fi Amerlcanrhstog.aphy Ht IVon St.. ljt ::. U . .1. fJJjr H will Telephone No 5 and your laundry be called for and delivered. matter is I forIt onea very seriousand haveto ask I the medicine I 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. M'as Lena Arnold asks the patron age of the public, and guarantees that satisfactory work will be done in Strong Compact Accurate 8 in buying I reason vrstourge you genuine I be careful get the BLACK-Dl?AU(aHT wong one rjtven you. For thi3 to I I S Standard Visible Writer Enables the operator to see every word as written without raising feature. carriage, saving time and trouble. Possesses every The 20ih 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., 107-109 Liver Medicine ble mcdici-idigestion tnd c, The reputation of this old, reliar inJi-- . 1 The fftls cive a ;::od ovpc.t iny to compare breeds, and fanner should use this opportunity Intelligently. ot SlUgo 13 valuable, not becausIt affords, but bethe nourishment cause of Its Influence- as an appetizer. Once the pigs are weaned It is a mistake- to let them stop in their crowth untjl they aro ready for . cckir.: after tlu trouble, is firmly established. It decs net imitate other medicines. It is better than otbsrs, cr it would net bs the rgcr liver powfr, with a sale than cU ctbtr3 combined. SOLD IN TOWN its her clothes cleaning, and repairing shop. pressing SWA I'bla signature is on orcry box of the goamm Laxative BroinoQninine Tablet viia isuiodv that ciirws cold in uo tlaf makes kidneys end bladder right Foley's Kidney Cure WALLPAPER special P rkey t COME and SEE THEM Rdk's. The J. L. ROARK ESTATE