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Record (Greenville, Ky.): September 28, 1911 Record (Greenville, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Greenville, Ky. : Record Press, 1899- Greenville, KY 1911 rec1911092801_sn87060049 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Record (Greenville, Ky.): September 28, 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. tt. 1 ''Record" Advertising p It pays for itself, sure or returns, Costs NotHittg. The investment is uct our rates, g 1 GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2S, 1911. Kentucky Muhlenberg County g is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clay, Setc, and the most inviting field in Ken- Itucky for investment of capital and pluck, j VOL. XIII. NO. FRESH HAM IS GOOD BREAD THAT 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE Fair Dates. TUB RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED. BONED WILL NOT DRY for i Try TM Method of Removing the Bone and Preparing the Meat With Drawing. Recipe for Potato Yoast and Wholesome Variety of tho Staff of Life. The fallowing nrv ihv Unto itsl for hiddir.i: . m rriHirU-dfor 1911 u Krntucky OMrer.4 uf fain, are reiHM'il t report lu uh Monoii Route Announces Nov Schedule jh Mnmi.ion or .orrwt ! of (Intra. KVnturk) Htate Kalr. LouUWIti, BtliUriiil T of Fares One Way and Round Trip. ! Kr fr jr.' UlilHKuw-.!.. Successful Dread.- - Paro and boil Scmb the meat well In lukewarm .'7 iU.vm. aiaytteUI. Stiu mb-potatoes in salted water and singe off any bristle. If three good-sire(H!tilHrr 3 I lu a. PatliK-uti- . tho nmrketman cannot bone It. take water; when .cooked mash them and itui ray. Uvlubcr II I Jay,. the longest and thinnest bladeil knlfw add the water they were boiled in. add three teaspoons you have and Ineert at the large end When luke-warclone to tho bone; rut steadily and of sugar, ono tablespoon of salt ami What Are Yen Going carefully as far through as nowdblo; one tablespoon of (lour. Stir well and then repeat the process through tho add a cako of yonst. This should be To Do This Year cuiall ond until the bono can bo suiiirient to make ono quart of yonst; water to mnke by way of making your business sucturned about and withdrawn. Cover if not, add tho meat with boilin; water, to which the amount. Set away over night. In the morning prepare about throe cessful anil your domestic life full of add two tablespoons of salt and simmer six hours; remove, and wbllo heaping quarts of flour, make a shalif you arc not supplied with hot All the cavity with bread dress- low place in the center, take one pint pleasure, ing; set In :i dripping pan and pour of yeast and make a sponge; if there telephone service of the Cumberland over a pint of elder: place In n hot is not sufficient sponge for the Telephone cc Telegraph Company? oven and baste every five minutes for amount of bread wanted add This u mount should Everyone should have a telephone. water. half an hour. At the end of this tlmo When tho You arc connected with all outside remove and take the rind from tho make four largo loaves. frtt, sprinkle with granulated sugar, gpouge appears foamy, or covorod. important points in local connections craclcor dust, and pcore with n hot with small bubbles, mix quite linn, pokor. and when raised to twlco its stzo It with all residences and business housDressing for Ham. I'nt In n sauceIs ready to form into loaves. Do not es. Vor any information call manpan a tablespoon of butter and fry In It mix hard like some peoplo do. but ager, ono minced onion; then add one cup form tho loaves with only enough of soaked bread, the water being handling to round them. Let rise again Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Co. prossod ont; half cup of stock, one for about half an hour, then bnkc in Incorporated. tenepoon of salt, half teaspoon each a medium hot oven, but Increase the , II 0lu. hrptrmbcr r - J." I 1 DgJ j BE DISCOURAGED too The Monon Route announces that it wdl henceforth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago at $6 one way, instead of $8 as formerly, and Inke-wnr- lulco-war- Si2 round trip, good 30 days return ing, instead of $16. Patrons arc of fered exceptionally good service by the Monon, which on night trains fiotn Louisville operates Compart- meut and Drawing room I'ullmai. ., as well as the usual straight sleeper, The day trains have Parlor ahd Iin ing cars, and the very finest modern, new conches. Inquiiics cheerfully answered by K. II. Hacon, U. P. A , Louisville, Ky. Save your home' by having your do IF YOU ARE WORK AND YOUR WIFE IS WEAK AND AILING THERE'S HOPE AND HELP FOR YOU BOTH IN mmmm$ n i j BRAND run-dow- n; ut BITTERS 3 of popper and age. half cup of cut Into small pieces. Stir until it loaves tho sides of tho pan. WASH STAND THAT col-or- y FOLDS UP .;A- ' - Novel Arrangement That Is Designed for Flats In Which Bath- rooms Arc Small. An Ingenious arrangement to overcome luck of apaeo In bathrooms hns boon designed by u Philadelphia man. It might bo termed a folding wash stand, for it consists of a wash basin that lets down Into the tub ami can heat ns tho bread iiB03. Whon next making nee tho same reclpo as you started with, but instead of using a calco of yeast add the pint of yeast left from the last baking. You can have delicious rolls or buns by taking a piece of dough about the sixo re-- , quired for a loaf of bread; add a tablespoon of lard and a little sugar; form Into whatever shape desired, and let rlso until very light. This appears llko n whole lot of work, hut it Is not, ns the yeast can be mndo whilo preparing dinner tho night before by cooking a few extra potatoes were a;ul adding the water they boiled lu. After breakfast the next morning prepare the bread and it will be baked before noon, and you will have good, wholesome bread which will not dry out. as tho bread made from the storo yeast docs. flues repaired, liarkley Bros, this work in best manner. they strengthen the weafc; they They build up the invigorate tired and worn-opeople. They're unequalled for dyspepsia and indigestion, constipation and malaria, biliousness and jaundice. They're a biessing to women who suffer from backache, headache, fainting or dizzy spells and a boon to all sufferers from kidney troubles. TRY THEM. BUutrk s Bhm Nriius ware-roo- j. : H. HAYES Decorator. : SR- CrowuiWiU PRICE 50c AND $8.00 PER BOTTLE K SOU3 AftSD GUARANTEED BY Furniture, Moldings, Wall Paper We carry on our floors and in our Painter and Interior J. Wn BARLOW, UBNTIST. rc:iouublc Urlilgc Work dune a I AH Druggists. a ill the largest variety of Furniture in Muhlenberg. If we do not have what you want, we will get it for you. We have factory connections with makers of the finest goods in the country, and through "Our Special Order Department" can supply any exclu sive articles at loss 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 mer chandise, being used all the year 'round And wc always have full selections, prices SOMETHING NEW IN TOASTERS 5 cents and up per roll. Pacific El Tosto Is an Electrical vice Which Also Is a Warming Table. De- .aaaaa asa aaaaaaaaaaaa 1 tm Bridoes (trices. Oillcu up Mtuirci, lu UioJuJiCft UuilttiiiK. Ctreuuvlltc, Ky. OR. I. j. k Shannon trade and the pubgoods in all departbetter selected than We carry a varied :- -: (o mm 7 I'liyt-tlclm- t nnd Oilli i' CAM MiUn-cros- street neur Mutuetrcvt. WADE . 8LAT0N, Surccon. lb DEPOY, KENTUCKY We announce to our lic that our stocks of ments are larger and ever in our history. line of :- -: HOWARD. CAM)'. HOWARD & GRAY, it 3T0ur Engraving - - Suyraliiurj Machine 13 "Improved" scorns to bo tho watchword as to household oloctricnl devices. The Pao'fic Rl Tosto horc illwe- - the only one in this part of Kentucky, and we are exclusively preparod to supply indvvidu&l Name PUtcs, which we furnish on all outfits without extra cost. ... A Little Good Paint in Time S&ycs $ $ $ When yourld!dirt;jr.fTtI painting, every day's fW.ay crtU ) oa racacy. The sun, ram,.rnnw ond letting in thou walk. bNj$CjfApa frwl U cash 19 to Mipfflm?S't3, LAWYERS. Oilicc In Grcr n Buildinj. opposite La.Mcade Hold. DRS. HELTSLEY & HELTSLEY OHicc at Heme, East Main'cross Street. ENRAL MERCHANDISE cneoble. mmrMlQfWid EhlMliHlnirr . witfe bo foldod up against tho wall when A bracket In tho wall not In use. holds n curved supporting arm uhirh Is hinged In the center. On the other ond of this arm the bnsin is plvotnlly affixed. When tho arm Is oxtended it supports tho bnsin ovor the center of the tub nnd can bq swung in cither direction so that tho receptacle can to. bo be hold under the spiggots flllod. In emptying tho basin all "that has to bo dono Is to tilt it on Its own hingo and tho supporting arm can thon bo folded back against tho wall and tho whole apparatus bo out of tho way If anyono wants to take a bath. For flats and apartments or nnywhore where bathroom spneo la at a premium thin devico will take tho placo of a statlonory wash stand. The Wcsasouaect Chowder. dish; it's Thin Is an good. Take a largo fish, as cod, haddock or halibut, and cut in slices ' after having scaled and cleaned It be sure not to put any bono in. Cut some slices of raw salt pork, placing thorn in the bottom of your iron kettle. 'When portly tried out put on tcp of the pork a layer of fish, then a layer of onions and a layer of potatoes, both .slloud qulto thin, add lo each layer a ;llttle salt and pepper, cover with milk. s of an hour. !Lot It boll three-quarter- out it. Wc UK nolliiac but pod pauit on oui Varnish finish; Caskets in White Enamel, Work. Natural Woods, White, Colored and Black and Copper Cloth Covered; iir.Vi Pure lined airtight Caskets; all lengths, and WHITlE LEAD regular, extra and double extra widths. Pure I.ii?3cd Oil, Purr. Turpcnllno Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes constant and tho most csponsiva colors ly in stock, for immediate delivery. Tbe kiinl of pticit vn iwn ikto ciatki or Burial Robes, Wrappers, Suits, Dresses, ''ales - oaly ycers of wear will remove it. Ijc'. u Pics whh you v!tn rouly to point Slippers, etc., in large variety. Our two licensed Embalmcrs. respond at We gnaftntoc a and durable job yfkm rcMoasble. Dcr.'t put it off. once to calls for such services. Our general equipment is complete and of highest grade. Telephone No, 254. We have a Funeral Car in service, sub ject to call anywhere. New stork sewing machine ucedlet Tele 3?Two Private An Improved Tca3ter. phones, Store 72; Residence 108. all machines. at Uoatk's tratcd shows something now a warm-luResidence 150 yards from store. table on the top to keop tho coffee Prompt service any hour day or night. pot or any other dish warm during tho The J. L. ROARK ESTATE. meal. If you wish to prepare zwieback Just lay the toast upon this shelf ORILN L. ROARK. limit:. uutll it is woll dried through. Popu- Coffins In White Enamel and Stained Tclcpltonc No. GARTER KKTWKEN (? Louisville BUST and TO Chicago (?) and carLSunnhrtpost of the wants of the In Dry" Goods, uouinnTSni Hats, Etc., we offer large selections. In Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Farm Implements and such goods our stocks arc especially strong. In all departments prices will be found the lowest, and your visits will be highly appreciated. :- -: :- -: :- -: California and the Vast Northwest Two trains daily (?) Undertaking Department i4 Long-Distan- g French Lick and West Baden Springs. 'j 172NON STATION, . LOUISVILLE. DBAKRORN STATION, Wc have just added an Undertaking Department to our business, and will cany a comprehensive line of Coffins, Cas- (i kcls, Robes, Suits, Wrappers and Dresses. Also have a Hearse ( in service, on call anywhere. Orders in this line given prompt and careful attention any hour day or night. Telephones: Store, No. I. ) lar "Mechanics. CHICAGO. It is a very serious matter to zsk Night, No. R or No. 3. Covers for Dressing Table. Although bureau and dressing tnblo covers mny bo of almost any material, many of the prettiest nro mndo of linou, ombroidorod by hnml, if inndo at homo, or machlno embioidered if bought in the shops. These eoll (illicitly, hcv. or, and those made of natural linen should be a boon to the busy housewife A pretty imlr of theso wore mndo of ecru emlinen, edged witli buttonhole broidery In whito and a tendril deTheso are cool sign as a border. Russian Tea. Put two teaspoons of tea into a lino looltimj, and do not show tho soil as readily as do tho whito ones. r .strainor, pour half cup of boiling through to cleanse the grounds. Ithon turn tho grounds Into the scnld-loFried Apples. tonpot. Pour on ono pint of fresh Theso aro also oxcollent sorved with ly boiling water. Keop hot five min large, firm lutes. Put two cubes of sugar nnd one any form of porh. Select sllco of lemon Into the tumblors, hair apples, rnthor tnrt, and wash without Jlllad with broken lee. Pour on tho paring. Coro. cut in mtcos halt an tea and serve. Never let the ten inch thick, thon brown In pork fat or lqaves remain in the ten. If desired, butter, turning with a pancake turner, pour it from the grounds as soon as so thoy will not break. They should If pre be tender, but not broken. "steeped. (erred a trifle sweet, sprinkle sugar and cinnamon over tbe uncooked side . Salmon Draft. just before turning. Fried apples are mon. pour off oil and especially nice with fried pork or can Ono Lon'.a, one cup stale Ln-apiolc out sausage. rmi hffi ewes beaten, one tnlle- taste, a Iitf.o j spooij butter, talt to r. put Qlngsrbrsad With Cream lonton juice. Mix won tog-th- ' Cno-hacup sugar, ono tabh npoon- la a mold or truall pranltc pn, attnm ooo hour, t'iru out oa protty Uli and fll butter, ono egg, pinch of Bolt; one x. molarem, one teaspoon cup gtK)(j gnrnlsh with parsley or baking ground sinner, oiuj rtoir cut in r!iK8. Mnfco a urawn nui cup tor gravy witli lomon Julco and pour codn, dissolved in cold water, two cups flour. Bake slowovor salmon. ly in doep pan. Can bo served cut in squares, with whipped cream for desFruit Maccdolne. Parisian pint cream, add f strawberries, stoned sert. Whip Mix together sugar (pittorcnge slice, white grapes, two tablespoons powdered cherries, teaspoon vanilla. red rr.spberrkr. and ed! nnd one-ha. or slices of rrar. Very threddod. Aild on? or Sjrve on thr wnim ln?erbr-r.dlI:o: Twn tabU'H or plmsppie Juio nice with a fiuU diancr. nfula oherrlo-an- d to the sjrup Irom iaar:-- rhino pour oer tho fruit. Serve very DucKwhert Cakes. cold. Two cups of buckwheat u?.v.r, one of wheat flour, a little salt, three tea-Quick Pudding. poo us baking powder; mix thoroughSoak and split some crackcrp; Jny ly and add about cqunl parts of milk with raMne nnd cit- and water until tho batter is of the tho Burlace ovor ron; put the halves together, tie them right consistency, tl.v;n stir until free in a bag. and boll 1" minutes In milk from lumps. If they do not brown ixnd water; make n rich foam eauce. well, add a little laohisaes. wa-tod We Ask You io take Cardui, for your fcmalo troubles, because vs jxro sure it vvili Jielp you. Remember Uiat for one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason wc urge you in buying to be careful lo get the genuine Dinine and Parlor Cars. Palace Drawing Room Sleepers. E. H. BACON, D. P. A., N. W. The BRIDGES v & SHANNON CO. DEPOY, KENTUCKY SLACK- - Liver Medicine Draw for. tth and Market Sts. LOUISV1LLH. KY. this great icmalo remedy MM Ml lias broutfri relief to thousands of :cr itCK women, so v.T.y noi iu w. ? For .headache, backache, 3 J octicdlcal pakis, female weal:I nsss. many have s?.Id U is tho best medicine io take." Try it i - j The reputation of this old, relia ble medicine, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is firmly established. It does not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with n lergsr oalu than all others combined. F2 SOLD IN TOVIJ AT FACTORY PWCES GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS Mm w t t; S 1 "ftS-5- 9 3 Sold in Tills City n p in n c mm um mzE Tvi fWOOU Bcio WE BUYN rs t Dealers. Jmnvefd-' i we can do btltcr f voa lha aJtnts orxcmrnhjioa mathanls. i JJJLs. i ( lf Wwl Rsgi frte hTsABEL & SONS lo our :iu U'. t..i,K i scippu. wnie ior pice iui. WSST1 LoiisTille, Kf. nara-toiio- u throe-fourt- h GO YEARS' EXPERIENCE NO. 270 shin all vehicles Direct fioai out racU:ty C. O. V. to Consumer ubject to examination Rpprovaloiijodajstiee trial. Ittsot iJicKt'".t?t importance to tbe (ilntii Itutfjiy & HnrncsH To. l have every one ho dials uh ns a pl 'eU ivul ,"tt!' Sati;.lU'l Ctistonicr. NotfTott cucltsliipmetilMn-l- i excellent vain iapility of l ivlc.f ntatotifil. workmanship, fmi n vehicle that it will l? a Lokt'n! Ailvrteiitri!t nnlets in rtttitn. If vt-- j U . t ami briiiR iisi-n- nv vou an houoitly inrir buyv M il you, 1' Cnifti. ou wi'l ntfl price Ics-- the M:!.l!Liiinn' nr ! to cnr m fl.N.r. ircommciul c filinr.uili r lnlnlrt. Iv as coi 1 c - to n not - rt loak r. ! I as it would Ik' 'Wu iwoiitwl ynur money is retnntcillo yoa. 'nl. i mi ri.ll. nril ftirnrt. We innniiM'1'ire lionet t" . UieuurtiihlunirrMiiitn'y. h!l i!enWrite for our Free ItutWy ami II :nusf.( uf.Vj;ce. GLOUC BUGGY & HARNESS COtMlAN' V Usjcl For nearly ten years, at different limes, Mrs. Mary jin'-- s of Treachvay, Tcnn., suffered with womanly troubles. She says: "At !asr, I took down and thought I would die. I could not sleep, I couldn't cat. I had pains ail over. The doctors cvc me up. I read that Cardui had helped so many, and I bcian to fake it, 2nd it cured me. Cardui saved my life! Now, I can do anything." ' LMM the TAKE The S Womai& Ionic 0WCNSB0R0. KErfTUCKV , onc-hol- MEW YORK COPVniGHTS &.C. AnTonpNi'!l:iK r ikeleli mul clwcriptmn may ur iiiiiou freo whether an ouU'klr asooriMiii hiTniii.in I8t..I.i ly imieiitnlilo. roiiimnnhw. iitlnl. ItflMniWOX on Patents tlLiiL.tnoilv l Iri'fl. iM.ien iiupnoy iiirfrraiiiisjwnii., llir.'i.K-l- i ,Vt:.i.u X lo. rocclT I nifiiis tHlicti lf Thade Marks Designs 13 THE GREATEST SHOW PAPER j or suffer from any of If you are weak, tired, wem-ou- t, pp.ins peculiar lo weak women, such as headache, feelings, pains in arm, side, hip backache, dragging-dow- n or limbs, and other symptoms of womanly trouble, you should try Cardui, the woman's tonic. Prepared from perfectly harmless, vegetable ingredients, Cardui is the best remedy for you to use, as it can do you nothing but good. It contains no dangerous drugs. It has no bad after-effec-ts. Ask your druggist. He sells and recommends Cardui. Write to: Lailn Advisory Dept., Clrttanoosa Medicine Co., Chattanooca, Tena., book, "Home Treatment for Women," sent free. J 54 for Speeiul Instructions, and ;;4 ' 1 i THEATRICAL $4.00 Per Year. e m THE WORLD. Single Copy, 10 Gis, lSMTED WEEKLY. m Cisls very little, proves loor yarU. llrlil, Wrllo fir tnlir. DeKalb. 111. Wo ui!liB fr lawn. lViu-iu- lor i;ui1h, vci-- b.i(!s-fiicto- ry if-- los and poultry. for lawns, UNION FENCE CO., Kansas City, Mo. Lnrcest A hanilsonioly lllii(lrnvl nopMf a of iinv reivniiiin J'.nrtml. 'I Tmit. . yeur: foui iikimIIii), M. Sol I U nil New York & Co.3 HUNN llraucU Otneo. C3 K SU Wiwliluctou. 1). c. Sample Copy Free. ALBERT J HOME. FllANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (Llfl), 1THLISUKKS, Stibscnfoe for Ihe Record Only 50c, rr" if iiowi iiifi iif hit for.ZxZjiixg 2ss4bVbHbIB i LOUISVILLE Bi(E OPEN v. V.l. W. f J. ():; ;oniing the Mosquito. h.is .en ;) li.r:iv ;i' tut-f- j v !y I been afflicted ;4.ti.e ' !. . ,: RECORD FRESS, iUw. OniR" L. ItoAltK, Sixlysixlh Annual Session Begun Vesierday ; rces i.' t.i . , : l, .' '.:; f in :'. ; of rnosqui-- : is developed in the past but oi.e l.ian has planned orr hi in not at all. '..? . Mioinial troj) .:. 1. . t'.:e , i... - 't l.e u iouh an! t'r.'.ck-.'.;.- :. ..f.y v. i.. ! t ,i :. Ol-fHi- L. RoAKK, liDllOK. Ho. 72. u Lor.g-Olstcn- Telephone, MEETING AT THE COURT HOUSE t M ;r i.. 1:. , ..1 : ;l d. ;:iid ll.e pesky fellcws can-1- : l l i..' 1. in t,.ii much good, but !. e'i t') distinction, almost, !.. ll at '.!.:iii, j ijninq ringing of i i J. A. OILMAN, Gen, Mgr., Seety. and Treas. IB 50 CISTS PiaUASi. H i'veClMv iijcUn er You." The Tl.flMM. !H' I List of Beligates and Places of Assignment Vl'll-llt.lii'- 1 v, ji'i-iu- .i ; lo 1' ; !.:. v:, ii . KYi-. - IT 11' "If . ., in So;p- .1. , if not k. rt-.- 'i iu the i.iidd'e we I ele!..l lli.'l.i.s t . i i" ..uniilo oivW iO' n! i A.iTi'r' ..-- ! on will ;o fui .:.r . .'! iMm:ii'ii.i':it ion ' to a.i - ii:t - I1? ! .i.i ; ! ) n r X'i !. vi i - .i i f i frt-rN'u-ri- A ! . i.. lh.-- . 1. 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Ii 1' dei t!. 01 i.t ni" . :: . 1; f!) .'9, ; ...'.!, Tin: old try L.r :hc ''five Imi-fast taLle" has -: in mi u.itl. l.ut it is oi.ly ia:ia!ly in IK !y v. i.h n. of Confess lo n.-.;.1 1. Titi :i ::i :in.ii r'j. in .i n ad ;i !' ' I in, si S.f.'K' (. 1 jt .1 I 1: l.i- - 1. ii ;. 1 for settlement. The report of the conference proceedings given in this issue was sunc by Dr. Wimbcrly, spec ial b: lore correspondent of the Louisville C'.:-!- . THERE'S ONLY ONE LIGHT these days after all. You may put up with okl lights and try to say they are good enough, but in your heart you envy those who enjoy the electric light. The in- vention of the Tungsten lamp has greatly reduced the cost of electric light. L.et us tell you how little you can have it in your house for. . . mmSm 11 ii ::( i: !ci. then the ; ii is Ii m.i 1! ;ne liv ; 1.; lieteup'in n the ne s;rii .; .i!i!i.': mi i.!? u :s Matiding by the te." ::! .u i loii. Admr. Times. , ol 11. y. :. !!.,. I'.. .Si m.: u, K;,l! ;n ii i i.n. Hive us your job work. If you want that dead watch or clock put to work, let Ale have it and he will put it to ruuuing. WBr KffiZi ' WKBszi uud I si.:. ii;.il te.11 iiin;: ot t!.e 11)! '. I I.iud i!. :'. ii n' m i - y.iM. nj .i!m'-?-' 'roimn a i.i.o;;' mile i in ii and HvJuia'.iy ;rc c.oinj;. lively old woi t ;.f;cr .til. ! ; I i .i.n . . lu ice, : lea a ii S ! lv n 'a .1 (!.;. uii' 1 i, Wind, it t!.e i.r.eili t i 1: . (' .t. A1- - procs. .1 t iu;' w .iVe A 1M I1M1 : r.rii; sti ;k: w s;.v;:iit fi3 w i'-i- s . ) las, who held r.ji the woman. I hose who have seen wo men opt rale at a tl.im h fair won'i dispute the statc:m tit. ; .' v.:s ay in !',1 1 U . ai. ie .iccti :r ! r'!e :n t II iiislr.it'.iii as r.'. s aie '! is n'l'.d il: ions. l.r. SATURDAY BARGAIN g ;AT BRIZENDIN l :i' ' 1. ii.r 1 i liii '.o .: . - iiij.'i-l.e- d kc i ii. ) u ::jc: r - t Ii in i'c: :e t ;ir:..' UiJ.v.n is the j rnvidciit tliib li-i- Iioum--holde- eart i not absvilntcly in touch a:.! Ccnftrccce llirccturj was at aa:m !'o with ilod. of llor S. Cha'iillcr, Kcv. I '.'I'.'W itt a Y.ti cf mciuKrj of the last ion ave, the vi:; to s iitl t ' fi.uud mure dilrii rit John Jaiom erci.t v, cdiuu me ro:i, .vooiu i3o lior.'oa ;:t v.hkh thoy will )c iu getting a willing pastor than ii regular members answered to their liiidiug a v. ili:r.g uuid to tuairy hiir aanies, brsiJes some tventy proba Ilcv. M. M. Akxatidur :it homo or in his second venture on the sea ol tioners, and ucieaies, soui lr.R.j.-- . T. Moore. y :.t Tu V. H. maiiinony. rum ch.1i of the seven districts. nr. I. f Moure. S. Chancier was elect- rhen Rev. . iter. P. P. A:'.t!:,K'n : ui r.:o TllK Ku.g ol Sp: in i? a fine yount d peur.ancnt secretary and was al ;(). lt v Mooro fellow, i6 .ii,s go, wiih a p!cndiri uL owed to name his assistant, hur.o c;' ir. Grces Alcxtm-Jcfpporim.ily just now to show ihr S. Miller, of Howling (ireeu, wjs .Mrs. M;:y Itak;: .. cv. j. . ci homo rf world that nature did not give him tlecttd, Rtv K. K. i.cwii, of Llo ill jit majestic nose for nothing. rporif ladroad secretary and Lev. lv 1: u i.f li. M. Currie, of Columbia, staiisti M;B VamUs sbHlL the liigli now tbu riow uvr J cal secrettry. Auderecu at hciuo I'ttt ceratflr of th caUinet then lot W- - A. WTeWliihi. - . supply when the its lowest figure. 1 i;-; : who fuifs';-ol tiigar and pticc " l,u buughi a )carV iuslri::u nt. lit.' eroii.x- v.;s i:ir:ii:l wucn in.i:;m .i!u'tl up.ii them. N .in k.'ivo uu;n irnin inn - !; w:;:i on .r.um man n (1 Oiii i..'iin ( I' Ai'-- .. ..I iL.'o ' i'.VK'C. '(': tii-- ' 1 .. ix . i.f .Nrrlni!!.-- .! !. Ti A:, .,:y rf lh Knli.-- h CONCORD GRAPES Large 8 pound Grapes for 18 basket ef Concord cts. Saturday only. SI Office riouru: - Greenville Light S water 7.30 to 8 a. iu. 11 to 12 n. m. to 1.30 p. 111. Ui R Co. Jk 4ftsBH' Bfc' --SRfV-: i'P' n. m. SB8 ny A;-h- -v I BY ONE X Double-face- d m one ' MM fi ! j: PURCHASING OF OUR $gy &a K-- v. , i jr. 3tonrll FULL BQGKKEEPSKG COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only Tlis regular prirn is ?ioo. Those who briu or mail Uiis advertisement to us v.ilhiu five days aftor seeing it and telling ua vhero they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of, $5. Hooks aud stationery arc included. No time limit. If not ready-nowbuy ono for future use. M M ' I I Some one in your home prefers vocal music. You'd rat.lipr Imvp infrnmpnlnl I You can both be suited with a Victor I U vV5fv--- : V.V r Record. 12-inc- h, - ' '" ' M io-inc- h, Si iur2wannjRi .'VV. .?- - Pnbjlc Worship, 13js4 liar. Ii. 11- - Akin at homo of fvie tysttair for despoiling Ue rict Conference, Records, Orphans T. Halo. enrich life few. nitfuy to Home, Temperance, Sabbath Ob- Uev. L. W. Drowder at homo of 11 ... .. servancc, hooks aimj rniuuimw, Miss Ijoda Arnold. 1 nkyer knew u William to be a On Audits, Uc. D. S. Uowlto at home of G. On Resolution::, On Dillon. R'ooacvclt de- Lay mens Movement, bail hoy. 'Ihuslr. To Collect Rev. H. T. JJrown at homo of livered himself at 'a seatlun of the Money fur Preacher's Aid Society, D. AI. Roll. children's court in New York which Conference Cashier. Row It. W. Urowdor at homo of lin attended. Is this a delicate discussion then arose as to G. C. Morgan. Rev. V. P. P.alrd compliment to Colonel William Jen which night the various anniversaries it home of nings liryan or to President William are to be held. It was finally agreed C. M. Howard. of ltuv. J. C. Iiraiidon at honio llowanl Taft? that ihe Hoard of Church Extension Dr. J. G. Bohannon. night, nnu shall be held on llcv. J. l Black at home of Not only did a racing automobile the Preachers Aid on Saturday night. V. W. Nichols. Rev. E. R. Dennett at home ' of leave the track and kill nine persons Dillon, the Confer Rev. G. J... Rogers. and injure fourteen, but a racing ence Host, moved that the Confer Rev. V. C. Brandon at home of hydro ence meet at S.30 in the morning, motorboat of the type John X. Taylor. plane ran up on the shore and inor and adjourn at 12 o'clock sharp. Rev. W. S. Uuckuor at homo cf tally injured two boys and hurt a At this time, Hon. T. N. Relcher, James Rarkley. woman. The innocent bystander is of Greenville, was introduced to the Rev. B. D. Boczess at home of having worse luck than usual in his Conference, and gave an eloquent Yirg Drlskill. Rov. It. C. Bogard at home of efforts to encourage the more violent address of welcome, which was James Bark ley. of sports. sort punctuated by frequent applause. Rev. J. V. Baker of at home M. Moseley. It was the consensus of opinion that Rev. S. M. Bailey at homo of . It is suggested that expert drafts no more eloquent and appropriate men with suitable implements and welcome address was ever given to C. B. Blackwell. Rev. It. D. Bonett at home cf materials go up in aeroplanes and the conference, liishop Alccoy D. J. Duncan. maps of the country, said that he, without hesitation, reconstruct the Rev. 11. E. Bailey at home of Wc should like to sec this idea car would say it wns in every way equal Relit. Bandy. ried out. It would be interesting to to the scries of welcome addresses Prof. Botta nt home of C. 8. Curd. Mr. K. S. Doswell at home of kpow, for instance, whether or not delivered by Iiob Taylor while gov the western boundary of Illinois ernor of Tennessee, to the various Goo. Eaves. Rev. V. G. Brodle at home to Quincy, ically rc orders that were given special days J. I Rice. profile of a gigantic boy at the Exposition. slmWes the Rev. T. F. Barber at home ", I ... u l tt;un a'snuo nose aim an .louoiuuu Hev. C. B. Campbell, then, with J. I. Pence. Rev. A. J. Bennett at home y swolen lower lip. an appropriate address, presented Jt S. Greenwood. to Bishop McCoy a table, which jit home air. 1). W. Balaon ' cYttH. Pennsylvania Railroad Com was used by Bishop Asbury, when V. W. Nichols. fs nmking some interesting he held the Tennessee conference party Mr. C. R. Barr at home Spall-lostut on the prairies. A early in the nineteenth century J. h. Rogers. ftite 'Foil- - Wayne dispatch announces Greenville Mr. II. W. Browder at home the was then within G. C. Morgan. that a train consisting of io coaches bounds of that conference. Mr. W. Bryan home at each weighted down with 40,000 Dr. J. 1). Hammond, of Georgia, O. C. Roll. bring them to Dr. John M. Moore, J. R. Camp pounds of rails to Mr. C. 10. Dcswell at home 'standard weight, was drawn by bell, Dr. Gross Alexander, and Dr. W. 1). Blackwell. enjine 105 W. W. Pinson, all of Nashville, with monster Rev. J. L. Brown at home miles in 80 minutes. This is a clip some local ministers, were then in George lovell. Mr. Summers Brlueon at home oh land something like the speed of troduccd to the conference. of R. O. Paeo. bird-me- n in air under favoring the The general routine of conference Mr. John Brown at homo conditions. work was then taken up, under J. K. Shaver. Mr. B. V. Copas home U Question 20, Book of Discipline, Some farmers arc afraid of rcci "Arc all the preachers blameless in 8. p. Miller. at home ol Rev. J. S. Chandler nrocitv. but many are not. Some their life and administration? The of the alleged delegations of farm Presiding Elders were then called T. N IVUher. c" Rev. Y. C. Christie nt homo crs that went to Washington to pro upon lo make reports of their work 0. Tj. Rark. were un test t gainst the agreement 51 W. II. Cobb Rev. A. P. Lvon, Rev. T. L. Hulse at hjr.io cf masked ami proved to be represent- Dr. J. W. Lewis, Rev. S. J. Thomp C. B. Dl.nVv c'd. Ro-- . B. M. Curry at homo ing lumber interests, and the lumber son, Rev. J. B. Adams, Rev. Foster f. F. Ki;h.;rdson. trade is alre&dy exporting to Cana- Hayes and Dr. V. M. Thomas. nt hnnic i f Rov. T. J. Campbell da. A grange in Conneeiioct has JoVin rnvall. of the President formally approved Rev. J W. CaughroA at hemo cf and condemned the officers of the Conference Prograia f. J. V.'alton. Rev. J. A. Chandler at home of State Grange. And now Mr. Rob G. M. Martin. crls, Director of the Miut, returns Rev. B. L. C. Cowherd at homo of from n Western tiip with the infor 1. Monday and Tuesday examination of nndorfiratfuatcs. G. M. York. mation that the farmers show no nlnrm over recinrocitv and many of !2. Tuesday ovoninfc, meeting or the (Continued on Page J.) Historical Society. Tho princtiial hem adyocaic it. airtfM various mitts: rii ctjmiihncc wrtW- -l vMm&r ,mfmST . n f mz A Greenville, Ky, Two records in one almost at the price of one 75 cents; $1.25. f "ctH' ';. 4SSsl.-m- r 1 I jmw . J 1 j fcUridbrrts. BIJSIjXraSS COILJLG3S."' LOUIS H cn-lle- Appreciating your past patron- I ag'e we solicit all or part of your I future B&nkiiig-busixiess- . 1 H 2SSSS?2SSKS5d VZLLEK ft 1 BUST ill! BAN1 frm-Savann- a ii Insurance We rsifressat j DIRECTORS W, A. Wickliffe, W. G. Duncan, Martin, R, T. Martin, E, J. Purycar, C. M. Martin, jno. T. Reynolds, Jr. r The standing and responsibility of the men who constitute our Board of Directors arc a guarantee of careful, judicious management. CEa tmt writes all k line aace liar- - , A: vs. y Kinds of farm and (o. of H. .m s stoker-equippe- d A Clean Mm FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY filVE US A :, Outside cleanlincM is less Jhan half tlm laMlo. A man may bcmb himself u dozen times a day, and still ho unolonn. Good health means cleanliness not only outside, but inside, h means a clean stomach, clean bowels, clean blood, a clean liver, and now, clean, healthy tissues. The man who is clean in this vay trill look it and act it. He will work with energy and think clean, olear, healthy thoughts. He will never be troubled vith liver, lung, stomach or blood disorders. Dyspepsia aud indigestion originate in unoleun stomachs, lllood diseases arc found wliere there is unclean blood. Consumption ami bronohitis nieun uoalonn luntfs. . jit "fV'l -: BONDS INSURANCE. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery . 1 CiU, WHEN YOU WANT OKWELi BB GREENVILLE, KY. prevents rhese diseases. T. mnke-- i a mar's ineidss elenn cod hvaiihj. cleans (So r.igcstiTa organs makes imre vlietm Wood, nu clean, bshy flcsfa. It restores tor ro die nervors system, ctd cures nervous exhaustion and g drtfs. rrcs'ration. It contains no clcobol or Constipation is the most unclean uncleanlincss. Dr. Pierre's Pleaeect Pd K'Ct rira it. They never fi"ifc. Eisy to take as candy. habit-fonnin- KIKiifli (IBS AI RuARKS. w '.V: fWJT' . ! r ' : & Mn. B. AtkiKson Dead. Absolutely Pmr& The essfy Baking Powder made fromRoyaiGrapeOream of Tartar UO ALUM, NO LIME !. C. R. fc. LOCAL TIME CARD. PHOSPHATE John 11. Atkinson, the pioneer (t'ontinucd from Page '.'.) operator of the Western Kentucky homo Rev. ('. K. Carter nt Coal fhld and president of the St. ;Uit:on. 1. sumCoal Co., died at his lli'v. T. .. Craiidoll at homo mer home near Wrightstown, N. J., C. W. lloark. at 1:10 o'clock Thursday afternoon. liv V. ('. K. Crowe at home Mr. Atkinson was horn Nov. it, Dr. T. .1. Slaton. .1. T. 10.10, near Mullica Hill, N. J. Ilij C. C.. IhiyuVn.t heny at homo early life was spent rn engineering IIn D. S Caiiiniiell nt hmiin work at various places in the Kast. f ,o:Kson and in 1871 he came to Kentucky) U(.v. J. V Crov.o ut home to take charge of the St. Uernaid Itev. K. D. Hyan. K"v xv v- Ashman ut home Coal Co., and later became prcs-: II-.t- Louisville Conference of of of i,f of Rev. C. V. llummoU at homo Robt. Wirkliffo. Rov. W. II. Hlekeraou at homo of J. S. Greenwood. Rev. V. C. Hayes at homo of J. II Hayes. Mrs. W. C. Iluyea at home of J. II I layos. I layos ut homo of Mrs Rev. R. Minnie Martin. Dr. II. M. llammcll at homo of C l- - Roynolds. Rev. B. P. Orr at home of Dr. J. Slaton. Rov. C. II. Pro tor at homo of Joe Morgan. Rev. D. R. Pealto at homo ot Joe Morgan. Rev. Cr. YV. Panghurn at homo of W. M. Williams. Rov. XV. A. Fhrpps at home of Mrs C. E. Wallace. Einlcs Jones. W. Taylor. nev. j. (if Mr. (see Mrs. Stokes) at homo of N. Belcher. A. W. Duncan. Rev. E P of Ciov. .1. R. Hiudman at homo of W. .Tee Morgan. A. Wleklif.e. Rev. L, P of Mr. Rufus Holbot at homo of C. A. Roynolds. u riercy at iiomu Pennycuff Plorcy cr 1 . at homo of at homo of J. T. N . xiik'h uorsit. I H'? im uiiiHvilif I.itni.. .l 1J6 IVulrnl rltj ni'or;tniHlnlioii hll Tli I'.. it Ml. riwimcti tonimille Kn- liprv ll.2.;m ; '.wm ;.l.in V. p.ii hl MM KO. XX 121 KiiIUmi rlueHh New Orlrnii-- i N. . nn I t'uiro t''.inniiHati'ii. .pvHc.l '11 pn i ) JuneS. mi. Vl.itArol. ::.iim so ixm A. t. ..'.." to m jiu Society Note. Dear editor, uu ite m: My last, pcrhap-.- : this yen-- . I'm keen enough to writ- Vm. Rut news Is, bcunty here. "Society "h iicwh fountains Arc growing very dry: Thore's nothiuir in the miuiiitains - m JClgin nt home of Dr. T. J. Slaton. Mr. Thomas II. Elliott ut homo c,f Mr and Mrs. W. A. Young were in Louisville the latter part of the iJcj. K.ivrs. See Hig lien at Macks watch R ;v. J. H. Kploy at homo of Mis. Wko said frost? week. C. K. Wallace. making shop. Mr. .It l!nKfnn nf linur nf T . IIol weather again this Week. Mrs. Sue Anthony, of Paducah, ,u,r The State convention of the Wo is here on a visit to the family of 1. r Oiib.cn ai uoiuo 01 ive. Central City is to have a postal man's Christian Union meets in Mr. C. Y. Martin. F. H. Lewia. Stt,viiig5 Ufink. Hopkinsvillc this week, beginning M:b. Geo. E Foskett-a- t home of " the 20th. Cautain Richmond Pear. Mrs. Priscilla Lovell is spending F. II. lA?rti. Lut iMc $s your clock. Mr. 11. B. Fleece nt home or Mrs. son Hobson will deliver two ad- - the week with her daughter, Mrs. T. J. C. Stokes. drosses. B. Slaton. itov. J. D. Frnjur at opvss oX Rev. a. tT. yan. 7 : Unt silenee. r.K'ks and ?kv Yet hy the sninae turt lios That on the liill.iJos dance liate jroAsip. on the porehe Sp3 out one lat roniaiu-e- . The beautiful ltelle Suiniuer Who has rlirted here since .Juno Ilns met a Kild newcomer, And iheil Mirremler boon, l'or though by height or hullmv Seelusiou she may si ck. Uoue .laelt i sure to follow And feed- upon her eluek. Ie-bnut!clv hi l;ivsor.. Her binibterhx)tl is lo.t. " Mi ," Miss Summer now Her married name is Frost. (l lutui n'i uii uuuidii. . lie . before you many years been regarded ns one ot o 27 the best informed coal men in the L nited He was closely Stales. . Koontz returned :rom mis. 1. associated with and took a leading Owensboro Friday. part in the exploiting of Kentucky's Mrs. 1$. Cox, of Providence, is mineral, forestry and agricultural rehere on a visit to her sister, Mrs. IT. sources at all the big expositions which have been held in recent V. Slaton. years. Mr. Atkenson's activities in The local company of Hoy Scouts practical forestry covered a period is furnishing a messenger service of 20 years and during th.tt time he has planted thousands of young trees during the session of conference. that are now beautifying the waste l ish Wednesday and Saturday at places throughout the coal lands of J. K. Coombs & Co. Hopkins county. Burial was in West Laurel Hill cemetery IMiiladcl Mrs. Columbus Taylor, ol lioch phia, Monday. ester, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Annie Howard. (iiveiis your order for fresh meat. Ouick delivery. Coomhs & Co. Last Monday was a scorcher, but the slight shower in the afternoon Rev. Dr. Wilkinson, of Louisville cooled the atmosphere and brought will preach in the First Presbyterian relief from the excessive heat. church next Sabbath morning. At the night service the Rev. Dr. J. H. Civc Miss Lena Arnold your Youug, of Louisville will preach. laundry; goods called for ami do ivcred. Alice Morris, a rrdiirid nnlint at , , . .1 ' uic uesiern Kcniucxy asyiuni, ae IT Mrs. Kate Withers, of Karlington, of pellagra lust week. This makes is visitiug Mrs. Jennie Roark and the third death that has occurcd iin attending conference this week. that institution from this disease. See Coombs & Co. sell your beef hides. 11 una Mr. .1. II. Cato J. If. Hayes. at homo of Dr. Cash ot home of 13. J. Purycar Rev. K It. Cooiiey nt home of J. II. Coombs. Dr. .lamea Cannon at homo of J. W. I.aui. Mr. .1. V. Clay at homo of (Juy Moigau. Mr. Henry Cline nt homo of Mar Bhail Arnold. Mr. Robert Claxton at homo of J. C. Kelly. M. R. M. Caunidell at home of .1. T. Hale. Mr. .1. L. ( handler at home of Dr. .1. (i. Itulinnnou. Res. F. V. Denton at homo of Mrs. Isse Yeargin. Rev. ):. T. Dcueon ul home of J. T. Hale. Rev. R. M. Do Witt at homo of Geo. T. Anderson. Rev. M Dyor at home of W. D. Ri.:('A.ell. Rev. A D. Davis at home of M. L. Bo;: .1. at homo of Duvall Ruhantaou. Rev. J. T. Demonbrcuu at home of Rev. I'. C. K. ?:e. 1 1 " i Mr. II. . Martin, of Louisville, who has been here for the past week looking after his tobacco interests, Home rendered lard 12 pound. J. L C;mi:s :r. per v: Martin. Rev. Pat Dais at homo of 0. Dillon. Mi- - (' V. llurllnv .it lmrr.n nf (' v. . ..w..-w Hoavk Mr. L. J. Darter at home of C. Maivin Miss Tula Daniels it hoir vf C. Wilkinson. Mr. .1. II. Dickey ut home of C. P. W. M. .... H. Dr. I. YV. Co. Kooi:t. Rev Yirril returned home Tuesday. Rev. P. M Potty at homo of E of Reynolds. Robt. Wickllffo. Rev. C. G. Protor at homo ot Joe Mr. R. S. Hughes at homo of Dr Morgan. J. W. Koontss. Rev. W. W. Pinion at homo ot J Mr. Prod Ilarned at homo of Mrs W. Lam. C. K. Wallace. Mr. S. II. Prnlhor nt home of J. J Mr. lid Hill at homo of John T. Rice. Rcynoid3. Mr. Lowis Powell at homo of E'. J Mr. J. A. Harris at hoino of S. D. Puryoar. Rradlcy Mr. W. W. PrWo at home of Geo. Mr. A. F. llanhorry at homo of Lovell. Geo. Envoa. Dr, Dr. P. S. Parkor at homo of Rov. II. it. Hlggins at homo of J. II. Y. Slaton. 1. PSUuian. Mr. C. M. Phillips at homo of C. Mr. J. B. Hatcher at homo of C. E W. Taylor. Black well. Mr. W. J. Piggott at homo of C. Dr. T. N. Ivey at homo of .1. T. W. Taylor. Reynolds. Mr. J. II. Pritchott at homo cf II. Rov. .1. A. Johnson at homo of .1. E. Harper. II. Pitt man. Rov. T. C. Pctors at homo of John Rov. II. II. Jones at homo of Mar- Martin. shall Arnold. Rev. J. 0. Petrle at homo of Mrs. Rev. T. V. Joiuer nt home of Issio Yeurgin. E- Unrpcr. Rev. J. T. Rlppey at homo of S. Robt. Johnson at homo of W. Miller. Morgan. Rev. J.'L. Reed at home. of D. M. Rev. Henry Jnibco at home Roll. .1. J. Walton. Rev. Alexander Roystet at home, of Rov. P. A. T. Kasey nt homo C. W. Taylor. W. M. I4vell. Rev. J. W. Repass at homo cf C. Rov. W. L. Kennedy nt homo C. Hnydeu. Frank Petty. Rev. R. II. Roo at homo of E. Rov. A. R. Kaaoy at homo of C. M. Reynolds. Martin. Rov. J. R. Randolph at homo of Rev. P. L. King at homo cf Honry Mrs. Pannio Shutt. llowerton. Rev. W. O. Ricknrd at homo of Rev. J. E. King at home of J. IJ. H. Is. Stum. Tunstill. Rev. T. J. Randolph at homo of J Mr. Frank Kattorjchn nt homo o? B. Ferguson. Dr. T. J. Slaton. Rev. A. J. Roescr at home of E. D Mr. V. S. Knight at home of Goo. Oatcs. liives. Rev. J. II. Richardson at homo of RcV. R C. Lovo nt homo of C. A. XV. XV. Nichols for V. G. D. Wiili.iins. Rov. L. M. Russell at homo of Dr. Rev. O, W. Lyon nt home of O. L 1 J. Slaton. Koask. Rov. J. T. Rushing at homo of Mrs. Mies Ada Lewis at home of I W. Mary Bnkcr. trvhi. Rov. P. R. Roberts at home of XV. Rov. S. H. Lovoluco at homo of W. Nichols for W. G. D. W. Duncan. Mr. J. AV. Raglaud at homo of Dan Rov. A. D. Leilchfielil at homo lcf Kolly. C. E. Martin. Rov. S. E. Rsglajul nt homo of Rov. John V. Lewis nt home of Clalro Eaves. .Un. Minnie Mai tin. ' Mi. R. S. Richardson nt homo of Rev. A. P. Lyon at homo of Mrs. 0. S. Curd. , MlurtorArarlii. at homtv- - of, Williams. - Air. M. 0. Hughes at homo Rev. J. II. Walker at home of W. II. Gray. Rev. W. E. Wright at homo of Dr. Holsloy. Dr. P. B. Wells at home of J. W. Lam. Rov. J. W. Woldon at home of O. 0. Roll. Rov. C. P. Wimbcrly at homo of T. L. Roll. Rov. J. A. Whoelor at homo of J. R. Mayhugh. Rev. R. M. Wlioat at homo of C. W. Roark. Rov. O. Y. Wilson at homo of J. M. Wolls. Mrc. G. Y. Wilson at home of J. M. Wells. Rov. W. It. Wagoner at homo of E. . Taylor. Rov. Richard Wilkinson at homo of A. W. Duncan. Rev. J. B. Wolfo at home of J. R. Mayhugh. Rev. W. J. Wade aL homo of Mrs. Belle Brlzendino, Rov. N. B. Watson at homo of C. W. Taylor. Mr! C. W. Wright at home ot Dr. Brank Slaton. Mr. Chas. Williams at homo of E. .. Taylor. Mr. B. L. Yates at homo of Mrs. 0. E. Wallace. Rov. J. II. Young at homo of A. W. Duncan. Rev. C. T. Young at homo of . - Frank Petty. Mr. II. A. Yancy at homo of John Wolls. More than nine out of every 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 all that is needed and it is certain to give quick relief. Give it a trial aui see for yourself how quickly it the pain and corencss. l rice 25c; large size, 50c. Special Sates I. C. R. R. PALL RACK MEETING CIIURCUILLIJCmk&S.' .htyjiavfllo, 1, uiuv ol suic repo. . linilt'yetjt" I fare plus 2e round trip; SepUS8- 30 to Oct. limit two days from 3 date of sale, fare plus Wo R. T. i, Oct. 7, trains limit two days from date of salu, one faro plus R.T. GRAND LODGE OP KY. I. 0. 0. F. Oct. Louisville, Kv. Date of Male Oct. and for train 101 Oct. 10. Limit OoL , One fare plus 25o It. T. GHAND LODGE MASONS GRAND CHAP. MASONS OF ICY. Louisville, Ky., Oct. Date of sale Oct. l.Vlii. and for traJh 101 Oct. 17. Limit Oct. 23. One faro plus 2.ro round trip. DAVIESS COUNTY FAIR. Owcusboro, Ky., Oct. One fare plus2.r)c R. T. On sale Oct. 4 to 7 iue. Limit Cot. !). , JVjo.oJurftCI!n icV,T. B. SbnV trsB&Ctakiis. : tlr rriearjffiitjn; t" tlm utttTl Mmulav. fxom Strturday tnt J, IS. Coombs & Co. Sporka M:. J. D. Fonville at homo of Geo. T. Andersou. Itev. A. G. Fraser at homo cf O. L. Roark. Itev. U. (?. Foot at homo of Mrs. Mary Bakfcr. Itev. J. II. Gunn at home of J. E. Comba. Rev. J. B. Galloway at home of J. T. Halo. Rev. D. R. Gardner nt homo of W T. Koran. Rev. J. D. Gilliam at homo of Mrs. Belle Rri.endine. Itev. W. A. Grant at homo of T. C. Brown. Rev. E M Gibbons at homo of Mrs. Eunice Jones. Itev. J. A. Goodman at homo of II. II. Haviland. Rev. O. A. Gailor at home ot J. A. Shaver. Rev. E. p. Goodson at home of C. viSilf. Satiic Moore, of Madison- is the goest of Mrs. C. S. Cnrd. Cnll . Phone 126 for your fresh meats. ' 1 he nublic school ras diatniksed (.lpU8itley nfternoon yon account of conference nd wqrk will not be re- until Monday. ,nod i t'rjy, dure., Civics. L. .It is pure and refreshing. .Taywr & Poolk. C. ChiUham, of . Prince- '5ftJiinf neiatrvasand friends wjeek. tJ'sas ?lKjfrit r. X.r C. , CSMtthum, - of Chatta- Miss Sue Barkley, who has been L. Isaacson, a clothing auctioneer.) visiting friends and relatives in who has been in this city on two Owensboro, returned home Friday. previous occasions, was here again Mr. Charlie Williamson, of Vine Monday and succeeded in disposing of quite a bunch of his goods. Grove, was here the latter part of the week with the family of R. F. If you want a milk chocolate, Jarvis. strawberry milk or Hintbo Flip, we Dou't fail to read the Saturday have it. Taylor & Poomj. add of Brizendine's. Dr. Ed. Bailey and wfte returned James Knight, a tenant on the Sunday from Mc Henry, where they farm of Mr. A. W. McCown. near hptl been visiting relatives. Bancroft, sustained a painful injury The frame for Mr. W. G. Duncan's last Saturday by stepping on a nail. bungalow on Cherry street is up and The nail passed entirely through his the work is being pushed by a large foot just in front of the instep, and force of workmen from Louisville, Mr. Knight will be confined to his aided by home carpenters. room for some time. Hon. Dave 11. Kiocheloe, of Madisonville, spoke to a small but of running order, jewelry to be or sewing machines out of enthusiastic audience at the court service, bring them to McCracken house here at o'clock. Monday, in ami get firstclass guaranteed work. the interest of the Democratic cm- dinates for State offices. Mr. Aiiss .Bonnie James gave a Kincheloe is a pleasing public speak party Friday even- er and his address was appreciated ing in. honor of Miss Caroline Oatcs, by all who heard it. who . wetif Kast Tuesday to enter Mr. joe Shaver recently found a school at Roanoke, Va. watch which he had lost while work-in- g on his farm near ton about The work on the mill at the depot is bcinRpuihed rapidly. The walls eighteen months ago. The watch are now being' erected and it is hop- was plowed under and remaind there ed vka tmil will be ready for opera- during this time, but when it was tion by December. When this mill found it was, with the exception of a is completed it will be one of the little rust, in good condition, and when wound it went right on to runfinest in Western Kentucky. ning. Miss Caroline Oates left Tuesday We think we should have a confor Roanoke, Va., where she will stitutional light to murder a hobo enter college. printer who blows in, gets a job on the chance that he will be needed A Street Run Away. Last Saturday, a horse driv- badly in a short tunc, hangs around en by Eugeno Wutkiuu beiaino fi bhi-cue- for a week or two when there is at fiouio children who wo:'o nothing particular doing, then at kutlnij ou tho sidewuik in front of the very time we want him we find Mr. Lovell'a ou Main street, and ran that he has moved out between suns. away. Just In front of Mr. OilWe have just had an expenenceJikc man's the horso collided with a freight wagon uncrfftHe loose from this and the edge has not rubbed oft the buggy to which it was hitchod. yet. The horso rau on up Mala street, Monday was county court day, in attempting to turn Into the Stc!,ca ullcy at Mayhugh's black but there was only a small sized smith shop it slipped and foil, al crowd in town. In fact fewer peo-pimost catching Miss Lola Rlvina be were here Monday than on any tween its own body and tho wall previous county court day during the tfco was so entangled in the summer. This is accounted for by harness that it was unable lo get up until Marshal PIttman and others farmers being very busy now cutting pulled it away from tho wuil. and housing tobacco and preparing to sow wheat. Oysters, Celery, Fish at Coombs Needles for all setting machines at & Co. Jloark's. Rov. i.C. Lorii at home of J. Jonson. Judge L. P. Littlo nt hoino of J. lonson. .Mr. J. P. Lawton at homo of - Tf yon have a watch or clock out felli-Are- . gftS-lr.'l- ; crowd here hj wa of horse iock- - 1 tjiecittrsnt of X$h aXWAtoli mm take the :UhftMn Jdbiiui' astci-mring tt rrinift'Af the delight-ful-OotKl-by- ifTSamrt ?gyjv 'flimeitTTO- - to dale $m$mfiKi$ ii maaafti7 good Jhjti coitUafHl' shower barber The forty-sixtannual convention of the Sunday schools of Kentucky wjil meet in Louisville, Oct., 19th. Mc has "JJifj Ben," one of the best alarm clocks on the market. JWshop SamueL Fallows, of the Reformed Episcopal church, speak ing before the National (rood Roads iUaoeiation, at Chicago, sid: :tlt is ltnportnnt that we have good roads for they will lead to large increases in the attendance at many churches. They would form a improvement and an aid to business as well." so-cl- The Ric( .:n 50c. per year. e The Y. M. C. A. will be open to delegates during the meeting of con ference. TSe of the reading room, Irec writing materials and baths will be furnished. Give your job printing orders to 4 j The Record. ''A T. J. Slaton. Mr. D. H. Lyon nt homo of Goo. Enves, Sr. M. I. R. Lilo at homo of T. N. Belcher. Mr. John S. Ijawrenco at homo of 0. M. Martin. Rov. S. L. Loo at homo of Adam Wallace. Mr. Clsas. B. Lear at home of R. O. Pace. Rev. S. M. MiHei at home of C. M. Martin. Rov. J. R. McAfoo at homo of Mrs. Alary Baker. of Mr. J. T. McCormick at home C. M. Howard. Rev. L. K. May at homo of L. IS. Riee. W. Taylor. Itev. E. S. Moore at home or Robt. Rov. It. B. U rider nt home of T. J. Hard: on. Sparks. Rev. R. T. McConnoll at home of Rev. A. C. Gentle at homo of John J. A. Shaver. X. Talor. Rev. W. G. Montgomery at home Rev. B. K. Gocdrum at homo of of Dr. Heltsly. Mrs. C. E. Wallace. Rev. W. T. Morrcll at home of J. Rov. II. S. Gillett at homo of J. II. F. Rice. Hayes. Rev. J. L. Murroll at homo of P. Mra. H. S. Gillett at home of J. H. H. LswSb. Hayes. Rev. J. R. Marrs at homo of T. C. Rov. W. P. Gordon at homo of V. Brov,n. Rov. Aithur Mathor at home ot J. B. Pittman. is. V. P. Gordon at homo of F. L. Rogers. Rev. F. A. Mitchell at homo cf V B. Pittman. Mr. Douglas Graham at home of H. Icwiu. Rev. j. s. Mitchell at homo of J. Robt. Hardisou. Mr. 11. P. Green at homo of Henry A. Shaver. Rev. W. T. Miller at homo of Dan llowerton. Rov. Smith Givon at home cf G. M. Kelly. Rev. A. L. Moll at homo of Mrs. York. Mr. It. B. Glenn at homo of Robt. Minnie Martin. Mrs. Mrs. A. L. Moll at homo of Hardlson. Dr. S. H. Oardner at homo of J. L. Minnie Martin. Rev. E. N. Metcalfe at homo of Dr. Itogors. Rev. C. P. Hartford at home of J. T. J. Slaton. Dr. XV. P. McMurray at homo of J. Rico. Rev. B. H. Haider at homo of J. H. Dr. H. Y. Slaton. Rev. E. G. B. Maun at homo of J. Pittmaa. Rev. B. A. Hunter at home of Ed T. Martin. Dr. J. M. Mooro at homo of T. N. Yoata. Rev. C. A. Humpbtey at homo of Beh'her. of Mr. v. L. McNeal at homo V. O. B. :'Aic. Rov. I . T. Howard at homo of E. Rol t. B:...-.lames H. McCcy at home of L. Yonts. ?Lnnie Martin. Rev. B. W. Hardin at home of J. M:-Mr. C. O. Mess at home of L. IS H. Pittman. Rev. J. C. Hcs.kir.30U at homo of Rico. Mr. R. D. Moss at homo of J. A W. E. Drake. Rev. W. F. Hogard at home ot W. Shaver. W. Nichols. Mr. II. McBath at homo ot C. M Rev. P. V. Hare wood at homo of Martin. 0. C. Roll. Mr. W. U. Moss at homo of Dr. T. Mr. W. Fcfctor Hayes at home cf J. Slaton. C. W. Roark. of Rev. J. II. Nicholson at home Rev. Hagar at homo of Androw Robt. Wickllffo. x Duncan. Rev. S. C. Kunnclly at home of It. Rev. T. L. Hulse at homo of G. P. T. Martin. Dillon. Rev. B. W. Napier at home of Rev. Ilev. R. II. Higgins at home of W. E. D. Ryan. 12. Drake. Rev. H. C. Napier at home of J. Rov. Mack Harper at homo of Mr S. Miller. Mr. J. W. Naplor at homo of Dr. Harris. ilev. w. r. Hendricks at homo of Mooro. W. K Gray. Mr. J. F. Nail at homaof J. T. ( Wk-kliffe- . . riATlland. Mr. II. L. SUollon C. L. Boggess. Mr. G. W. Shugart Dr. Thoa. E. Sumner. Rev. E. W. Smith C. it home of 1L IL. Seifffet at homo of home homo m: of of of 1 at at lOI-PJ- Frnuk Pittman. Rev. Harry R. Short at homo D. W. Christia. l. 1 Rev. S. G. Shelly at homo of II. H. Haviland. Mrs. S. G. Shelly at home of II. H. Haviland. Rev. J. D. Seigler nt homo of Dr. Brank Slaton. Rov. J. O. Smithbon at homo of John Smith. Rer. It. E. Stephenson at homo of C. XV. Taylor. Mr. A. E'. Shelton at homo of W. M. Lovell. Mr. J. P. Smith at home of W. M. Lovell. Rev. Sitten nt home of J. I. Ponce. Rov. II. T. Speak at home of 0. C. Roll. Mr. C. C. Stoll at homo of J XV. Lam. Rev...T. R. Stewart at homo of W. O. Belcher. O. Rev. S. 0. Snydor at homo of Burr Grist Mill. burr grist mill is in oper ation; call on your merchants for White Flint meal. Also ready to furnish the public with chicken feed and chopped corn. jl 3 J. A. Shaver. My new Tobacco Cutting is On. As is, some report- c d , tobacco t lilting is now ft 1... Hon: Mr. Robt. Shoemaker nt homo of Ed Lyon. Mr. 'M. C. Smart at homo cf Mrs C. E. Wallace. Mr. U. IS. Sites at home cf O. L. Roark. y Mr. W. D. Slatcu ut heme of T Roll. Rev. S. J. Thompson at heme cf Mrs. Minnie Martin. Rov. P. M. Thomas at home of Mrs. Minnie Martin. Rev. U. B. Torry at home of John Duvall. Rev. It. L. Tally at home of Geo. Eaves, Sr. Ilev. D. T. Tarter at homo of John Smith. Rev. W. E. Thomas at homo of G. P. Dillon. Rov. L. XV. Turner at homo of Dr. J. W. Koontz. Mr. Thcs. B. Talbot at home ot Miss Lena Arnold. Mr. James Thcmas at heme of W. V. Nkhola for W. G. D. Mr. A. C Trylar at heme cf Claire Rev. G. II. Upchurch et homo of Robt. Bandy. Rev. J. P. Vauhoy at home of B. D. Oates. Rov. E. M. Vanco at homo of Ed Lyon". times the order of the day, and he work is be- ini; extended Mr. P. R. Vick at home of J. S Miller. Rev. B. C. Wilson at homo of W. M. Lovell. Rev. C. P. Walton at home of J. C. Kolly. Rev. J. M. Wooldridge at home of J. E. Shaver. Rev. D. P. Walton at homo of J. B. Ferguson. Rev. B. P. Wilson at home of D. J. Duncan. Itev. T. J. Wade at home of Mrs. into the night, when occasion requires. The tricky weather we have been getting over the country, with frost and ice re ported from the dorthcrn states, has caused considerable anxiety, and as the weed is ready for the knife, much of it has fallen this week, and this part of the work will be completed in a few days more. The crop is way ahead of what was promised a few weeks ago, the fav orable closing season bringing it out beyond any expectations, and it has been many years since ve had a prospect of as fine a crop. The acreage is somewhat short, but the heavy yield will in great measure make up for that, and a good, round price is assured. Sev eral buyers Irom other markets have been here for weeks, looking at the crop in the field, and express a de sire to get the output, or at least a good part of it. They will have men here when curing has been done, and it is a certainty that there will be jsomc lively bidding. The market here will be an open, one this season, and all bujers will have consideration. n '.w.-vv- . . ROARK Fvimitiire, W&Jlpper, Shades, Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrappeiv, Slippers, Gr&ve Vai!ts. DisinfectionROARK POETRY i "I was Crippled, could hardly walk and had to Crawl jNot down stairs at times on my hands My doctor told mc I and knees. had an acute attack of inflammatory rheumatism. I was in the hospital for weeks, but was scarcely able to I read about walk when 1 left it. Why 1 If &$ t m Sit $J &f &J &f he &J & ti t & &l Jf &J i &J ffi $)! &J up Name has been before the public for 30 years, most of the time right on the spot where we arc now located. & SL Dr. Miles' Nervine VENTILATION FOR HEN HOUSE lllui-tratlo- n Satisfactory Method Is Shown In Wlro Screen Placed In Door Panel. Whore It scorns lnmlvlnnhlo to change a poultry house In onlor to better vcntllntlon. the method Bhbwn herewith will be found satisfactory, Faj'B the Ornnw Judd Karnior. It bought a bottle and began to get better from the start, and for the past six months I have had scarcely any pain and am aide to walk as well as ever." J.H. Sanders, Rockaway, N. J. P. O. box 5, Few medicines arc of any benefit for rheumatism, but Mr. Sanders tells plainly what Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine did for it. One ounce of salicylate of soda added to one. bottle of Nervine makes an excellent remedy for rheumatism, which is now known to be a nervous disease and therefore subject to the influence of a medicine that acts through the nerves, as does Be eerie HENRY WATTERSON Editor. FURNISH Vol" Our Aim constantly has been to sell the best goods in our lines, at the most reasonable prices. Our services ate 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. Si f. up 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. Dr. Miles' Nervine Sufferers from rheumatism seldom fail to find relief in the use of Dr. Miles' Nervine, with salicylate of soda. Sold under a guarantco that assures the rsturn of tho'prlco of the first bottlo if WK CAN e J. L. ROARK Estate ORIIlN L. ROARK, Manager AND Till'. FURNITURE tstdDlishcil 1879 Long it falls to benefit. At all Druogla'.s. MILES MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart, Ind. D Distance Telephones: EALERS IREC TORS ifif AX Ventilating Dcor. OOURIER-JOURNBulbs of all Kinds in Stock. A YI-A- Store 72; Home !03 Miss Lena Arnold has in slock all kinds of bulbs, and now is the time Following to begin the cultivation. are ready for delivery, and orders taken for others, and prompt delivery guaranteed: Chinese Sacred Lillics, toe each, 3 for 25; Paper White Narcissus. Grandiflora, 2 for 5c, 30c doz; Roman Hyacinths, Single White, 5c each, 50c do: TROOF Bedding Hyacinths, Dutch, IS ANIMAL BROODER 5c each, Goc doz; Forcing Dutch Hyacinths, Day and Night iChlckens Protested joccach, $1.00 doz; Tulips, mixed, Use cf Iron Coop. soc doz. ' 1 Chickens have many enemies nnd nro helpless from nioet of them. They :nro In dancrr from hawks by day and from rats ami vermin at night, nnd .me wuiiuit is uiui uiu muiiuuij 1111.U i not hlghor than it Is. An Illinois consists of substituting n wire panel for the usual wooden panels In the doors. Uehlnd this wlro thore should be a second panel of burlap, so that, In the severest writ her the ventilation may continue without too much, draft. It will not be Kcccssary In operating such a schomc to provldo any other outlet for foul air. al'.hough the air can be kept from netting foul by In .daily retrieval of- the droppings. eumnur tho burlap can bo readily to permit of very free movement of tho air. a necessary thins In hot weather. DOTH ONE FOR 1.15 We can also give liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier-Journal. A BLUE ROSB-v- c Tiic Greatest Rose Novelty of the Century Send for i?ir Price List :- Write Courier-Journ- al Com- pany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send your subscription prcler to this paper NOT to the Descri)tion an:! Tlu; Nf.w Rose (Violet Bfuc) Ifallcd by the Rose Growers as the Forerunner of tl;e Corn- flower Blue Rose, Ycry vIor- ous and Iiardy. Free Blooming mmimm telephone (iSCORrORATIlD) & telegraph go, (irccttliouseH JOH N E. RACKEBRANDT -j Princeton, Ivy. i and satisfactory communication with tho ocople of th is great section of the country. t No solicilyour patronage. Rates reasonable. Equipments and facilities unsur- i anywhere in Southern Indiana, Southern Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee Mississippi artd Louisiana. Wo can put you In quick Lonjj distance lines and telephones of this Company enablo you to talk almost passed. 4 TreacKMS' "MF.r Jrr C. CALDWFLL, IE LAND HUME, (Jen'l MeTj T. D, j Ride with Deal at home as much as possible. Build up your Transfer and baggage wagon. Go, Bus 1 JUST RECEIVED Tliis will home town. make you a better liomc market and enhance the value of your property. They meet all trains, day and night, with Many Patterns of $ 1911 Wallpaper THE OLD RELIABLE W o 1 KILL THE White Sewing Machines, in rotary and vibrator; neeales, shuttles, etc. in stock for all machines. ROARK'S STORE. Get potted plants and cut flowers from Miss Lena Arnold. AND CURE THE LUNGS! Dr. King's New Biseovsry vi Trial Sotllc Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. FflR Roughs WOLDS Ncv Rat-Prcc- f Breeder. J. man has Invented a metal brooder coop thnt should aid In anting many Coombs & Co. and get the cash. chickens. bccnuBo It Is proof against 'almost all things that lly, run or creep. Several patterns of swing porch Tho coop Is circular and made or steel, so slippery settees at Roark's, and you arc inhonvy galvanized that Insects cannot crawl up Its. side. vited to call. The top 13 conical and has a von- tllator at the apex. The door Is per lorated and slides around, while Ifr Klde Is a solid door by which the per foratlons can bo. closed, leaving only i tho ventilator open, and nothing can get In there. The mother Ilolpi turn. Sam- AND ti fir.- if y. u name I hen can be conllned Inside and the r. S! 00 year. little chicks allowed to run In and out "SnniitiMiii Tub. Co. I'.dStoa, Mus. ,of a small crack, by keeping the door partly open, or the whole family can !Mioto(rmi1iy i"1'' be shut up safely lwrldo over night l dan-trcroI v rtt-- ' Take your beef hides to i GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED. IJest work, prompt service; give your laundry to Joe Morgan, who will apprcciats jour patronage. Cures "Golds" In any part of body llHIrvi ANY I'tniKli Perfect In an hour. borate i I I ! Dr. Fanner's Cough Honey ntliiT modi, ine (,vh till.-- will In Ta'.rn iC.'iir.- ! Rt.nnrla.rfl Vfer77ft 3 SB a OuMuinixioM, C iTf. (iii'.i, C'ulit",' pjiiiii iincp aarw A liiIhu-iuN- V.'licn- i'nui, e ll l.-i- l WliiKMilnir Oxiirh. TUoWV, tir.o by mail Wc FrtMlnni.i. X. r V. Writer See the very latest thing in carpet rrH..W 'I I i .r llMllllf'l!.. ' in " 1. lie sweepers at Roark's. Telephone No 5 J 1 SUCCESS WITH THE TURKEYS v r Vl and your laundry Enables the operator to sec every word as written without raising feature. R carriage, saving time and trouble. Possesses every The 20th century success. In use by U. S. Government, 157 railroads 1 Handsome booklet free. and largjst mercantile houses in many countries. T OLIVER TYPEWRITER CO., t v.1. ' .v ' First Ecscntlrl Is to Keep Youngsters Dry Provide Lime and Grit. d ' .t v.'ii nieot. .a American Photcgsaphy: '" C Ka.. n M ! ill be called for and delivered. It la very essential to keep them off tlip urass In the morning while tho i!iw la on. After they are nllowed to rnnge.foed them a little each evening to bring them homo. Always have a lime and grit where pile of tliev can got at It and see how eager ly they will go after It on coming ,hnmc. If any of them droop look for nCe In the quill foathors of the wing :and along the back. I uso a good .fresh Insect powder to dust them when thoy are a week old and onco a wook after that until eight werk3 old. net Ovo to Hce It Is IT the trcub'o probrbly csivrcd by fomptblns hey f have witen at?d f"r It's I give teaspooafv.l r.f Ptilts dry. ; one-hal- Very Serious It i3 a very scriou3 matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one clVCJJ yu 's reason wo nrjje you in buying to be careful to get the 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 libbons, legal blanks, locument covers, carbon paper at this office. Telephone that grocery want to Joe Morgan and get the best goods it lowest prices. "J0 ' 1 ' j ll ESpi! RSfc&jV jfjr aftRtV, -r '- Fr BLACK- - Draught Liver Medicine The reputation of this oW, b!c medicine, fcr contipaUcn, digestion and liver trouble, is firm ly established. It docs not imitate other medicines. It is better than ethers, or it v.'ouId not be the favorite liver povdcr, with a larger sale tlian all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN F2 Vbc ttecoro 1 AaJii Ifitl T Tfn Mss Lena Arnold asks the patron age of the public, and guarantees thnt satisfactory work wiil in her clothes cleaning, and repairing shop. I 1 el I MAHUFACTUlimr fnl"r HARCOURT &t COIouisyiileKx i ENGlCAVEPvS 1 J ; le pres-jiit- e Give Fowls Free Rsngo. The farm poultry nU'Jse a groat deal of the grass that grows In tho spring and after flie hay harvest, nnd operation for this Is a Tborofore the farmer the farmer. must glvo his fowls free range If he Is to get the greatest value out of them. money-making i t " ' Tmra,viyAj- - v Plii P?f' lmMMSi yT x ?lCfl j f'-- " COME and SEE THEi Foev's Kidney Cure bladder right, makes kidneys end This signaturo is on every box or thu gmiinc Laxative Bromo-Quiuin- c Uia rcuiody that curws u ctilil iu uua tlaf iweta SwM Prices, at Reark'5. The J. L. ROARK ESTATE