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Muhlenberg' County potter's clayj and the most inviting field in Keil-- 1 etc, gtucky tor investment of capital and pluck. is rich in coal, iron, timber, K It pays for itself. sure ot returns, VOL. xin. NO. 3. BOSSES ON SMALL PAY GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY OCTOBER 5, 1911, 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE "Win GIVE ORDERS TO MEN WHO GET MUCH LARGER SALARIES. Offi-- , THE RATE TO CHICAGO K! .'UCED. Quito Literal. (Indignantly) Look at thin She ptoco of goods which has Just come out of tho washtubl How could tho man Monon Route Announces Nev? Schedule who sold it to mo tell mo tho colors were fast? of 'Tarcs One Way and Roiad Trip. He I suppose- because ho know how they could run. Trainmasters and Many Other clals Receive Considerably Less Than Some Engineers and Others Whom They Employ. "Giving orders to men who are enrn-Intwice as much as you might seem a bit stmngo io any one hut a raila man," road on trainmaster one of tho many western railways g What Are You Going remarked. GIvo the hen wide range But Hint's Just what ono has to do," he continued. "Take almost any railway In tho country and you will find that the men who are giving orders aro getting pay checks that look mighty small ho&idu the chocks of those who nro 'bossed "Tako tho trainmaster, for Instance. He gets a title and $150 a month or so. I Io plunks down In his olllco and tells the conductors how to run their trains and tho engineers how to tako the sidings and 'calls them down' when thoy make mistakes. And the chances aro that tho engineer who Is getting the orders makes $200 a month." He Is being bosBcd by a man who gets $50 loss for ovory 550 days that ho wbrks. The conductor's check may bo as largo or even larger than tho engine driverls. "Think of leaning back in an oasy chair and tolling a man that you'll give him $50 more than you got if ho works for you. Then. If he doesn't suit you after he's been on tho road for a time, you call him In, tako his Job away from him, and give some ono else tho $200 a month, while you struggle along on the measly $150." According to tho trainmaster, halt tho railroad "officials" whose names appear In big print on tho time enrds nro receiving loss wagos than thoso whom they employ. Tho average chler dispatcher, who does the major part of the real work In operating a railroad, earns $500 and gets $175 a month. The division passonger agent, who gives orders to the passengor conductors, arranges for special trains, acts as a buffer between the traveling pub-Mind the comprint department, and tulul2Qthjy: wwumh, uwUii aiuljmr nvrous, finds W pay eack nmount- uj. to $125, $16o or $175. There aro exceptions, of course, to officials. tho general rule of e low-pai- Tomatoes should bo started enrly. Potatoes nro :crop. n highly specialized Cows should ho kept comfortnblo nt inll tlmoe. Provltla somo Bucculont ,cvo3 In winter. ' feed for The Monon Route announces that it will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago a; $6 one To Do This Year way, instead of $S as formerly, and by way of making your business suc- $iz round trip, good 30 days returncessful ami your domestic life full of ing, instend of ?i6. Palrons arc offered exceptionally good service by pleasure, if you are not supplied with the Monon, which on nrj&t trains telephone service of the Cumberland from Louisville operates Comparttelephone & Telegraph Company? ment and Drawing-roofortlmans, Everyone should have a telephone. ns well as the usual straight-sleeper- . You are connected with all outside The day trains have Parlor.jul Dinimportant points in local connections ing cars, and the very finestmodern, with all residences and business hous new coaches. Inquiries dhucrfully es, for any lniormaiion can man answered by E. II. Bacon; fti. 1 A., ager, Louisville, Ky. I Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Co. Incorporated. Save your home by having your (lues repaired. Bnrkley lros. do this work in best manner: CLEANING TIME jtarh'js Bint? Nrius Furniture, Moldings, Wall Paper Woeda rob the soil of food elements required by othor plnnts. J. H. HAYES Painter and Inferior : They can't stand against this matchless broom of the blood. Out they go, along with the troubles they cause, such as pimples, boils, seres, eczema, malaria, rheumatism and kidney disorders. It makes a clean sweep. It cures quickly and euros to stay. It gives glorious health and vigor! the vvonk, sickly and PRICE 50c AND 5I.OO PER BOTTLE salt-rheum, run-down. ELECTRIC' BITTERS " SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY As filth flies before the broom, so do disease germs, effete and impure matter ana toul humors in the blood fly before : Farm phllosophors say this Is to bo a vory dry year. go-lln- g The milch cow neods u shelter from ttho summer storms and hoat. A pig usually falls to pay oxponseB. I that Is fed grain all his llfo Potatoes roqulro constderablo nltro-ige- n and a largo amount of potash. The pigs Bhould have a clean, dry yard to oxerciso In durlug tho day. A cheap i . and effectlvo way of calves Is with potash caustic. car-Jro- By judicious choice of varlotlos may bo enjoyed for a long ;son. j A dally Boa- - We carry on our floors and in our ware- rooms the largest variety of Furniture in Muhlenberg. If we do not have what you want, we will get It for you. Wc have factory con nections with makers of the finest goods in the country, and through "Our Special Order Department"' can supply any exclusive 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 we always have full selections, prices 5 cents and up per roll. All DRa prices. OUloe Bp Druggists. Decorator. : J. tf. IU BARLOW at ruasonable OS m v Orowimud Bridge Work done Uiirs, the Junes DuUUing. Greenville, Ky. II Saaa 333 333333333333 iiiffs & Shannon (o.I DEPOY, KENTUCKY Wc announce to our lic that our stocks of mcnts are larger and ever in our history. line of :- -: JB SIAI0N, niiyNlcititi unci Suri;ootu PR3 Matu-(rut- I. Onlco CAM street neur MuluBtrrui. I WOC HOWARD. . GRAY. record of work dono will ;cut out many of tho wastes of tho jfarin. &iaf7 E2?0ur Engraving Machine outfits without extra cost. - - fntgraiitug iOWARD & GRAY, in . is the only one in this part of Kentucky, and we are exclusively prepared to supply individual NAme Plates, which we furnish on all A Little Good P nt in Time Saves $ When ycw&uiUiiigncJ painting cryday delay cosl you money.- The sua, rn. now and' irott arc cctucg in trie? tstn. ua much to let it decay lor vttp' LAWYERS. Office In trade and the pubgoods in all depart- better selected than Wc carry a varied :- -: Crtrn Bailding, opposite LaMcadc Hold. Tho oat crop aa a money maker on Itho farm Is llablo not to recelvo tho BRS.HELTSLEY & HELTSLEY STFOPWIllC 1'IIYSICIANS in GENERAL MERCHANDISE and can supply most of the wants of lhe wc otter .t ' - 'attention It rtnorriw. Undertaking and Embalming. Colfirn in WisiT until Tbo eott on CThlYadTfialfls on hUiy oo n r rolling lanu mil wtwn plowed well and extra deep. : The gnrdener should try to grow the carrot quickly In order to Becuro ten-ide- sweet, .uniform specimens. . Ono of tho chief reasons for butter "becoming rancid at an early ago Is tho ;fact that It Is not washed thoroughly. , gen. JIC Hon of clover hay, 40 pounds of nitro- Ono ton of average fresh manuro contains ten pounds of nitrogen; ono Prune tho trees ,in tho early spring possible, any month of the year If necessary, but be sure to prune tno trees. Enamel and Stained U '4 Tfns? VarahU fiaih, Oaxrts in White Enamel, 'OUt' It. Wc wc nothing bt! gmJ f plioric No work. Natural Woods, White, Colored and Black . and Copper Cloth Covered; Strictly Pure lined airtight Caskets; all lengths, and . WHITE LEAD regular, extra and double extra widths. Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes constant Puro Linsoad Oil, Puro Turpcnlino KETWEBX end tho most colors ly in stock, for immediate delivery. Burial Robes, Wrappers, Suits, Dresses, Tha bind of ptint wc use nawr cratks or and Chicago Louisville scales culy years of wear will remove iu Slippers, etc., in large variety. Lot un figure with you when ready to point Our two licensed Embalmers respond at a&d durable job Wo guaruUcs a once to calls for such services. Our general equipment is complete and prices reasonable. Don't put it off.' and the of highest grade. Vast Northwest We have a Funeral Car in service, sub Telephone No. 254, ject to call anywhere. Tele 3?"Two Private Two trains daib" New stock sewing machine needles phones, Store 72; Residence 108. French Lick and West Baden Springs. at Roark's for all machines. Residence 150 yards from 3tore. Prompt service any hour day or night. efStoC :- -: CARTER Nonon Ent-da- i:bstlinb to In Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Farm Implements and such goods our stocks are especially strong. In all departments prices will be found the lowest, and your visits will be highly appreciated. :- -: :- -: California tyX Undertaking Department We have just added an Undertaking Department to our business, and will carry a comprehensive line of Coffins, Cas- h kets, Robes, Suits, Wrappers and Dresses. Also have a Hearse in service, on call anywhere. Orders in this line given prompt $ fl) and careful attention any hour day or night. Telspliones: Store, lio. !. Long-Distan- - Clover and grass seed may be sown, land a good stand secured, on oat Aground during tho last of April and ' tho first of May. 1 The J. L. MARK ESTATE. 0RIF..N I'XIQK STATION, L. P.0AP.K. Mansicr. . T.: If tho buttermilk is not washed out ht will furnish abundant food for the 'bacteria, since they thrive on the icaseln In tho milk. , -- With a quiet, steady team a boy, with 3. sulky plow, can do a cood work as a man with tho oldifaahloned walking plow. ; half-'grow- n To 77x? ettvz&u: The superintendent, who has charge t a fc: hundred miles, may recelvo anythlnjirom $2,000 to $5,000 annual But un ly, for running the division. dor him are half a score men who aid in managing tho road and who recelvo much loss than those they employ 0? coyMr I i.ouisvir.i.E. Very Serious It is a very ccrious matter to ask for one medicine and havo the wrong one nlven you, For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine f I DBA U ISO Wf STATION, CHICAGO. YouS 3 to tsko Cardul, for your female troubles, because v.c are sure It vrtil help vou. Remember that thl3 great female remedy tftB n THEDFORD'S .. Dinintf and Parlor Cars. 3 Palace Drawin?. Room Sleepers. g R. H. BACON, D. P. A., N. V. ! lOjjU, Nol 1? ot No. 3. The BRIDGES & SHANNON CO. vlr DEPOY, KENTUCKY V A' - productions, says tho London Globe. The first Bradshaw contained olx pages only. The date of the origin of Bradshaw is generally given as 1830 and about that tlmo there were other less har. brought ;!ief to thousands of Pigs In the pasturo rcqulro somo guides in existence which were no died 'jiher sick women, co why not to sort of crude oholtcr to protect them Interesting, but which eventuallyof for you? For headache, backache, the sun and keep them from out and passed into the limbo iflfom was periodical pains, femate weak!blistcrlns and scalding on hot days. gotten things. Ono of tho earliest companion entitled Lacey's Railway ness, many havo said U is "tho and Liverpool and Manchester Guide Growing geese rcqulro largo quanbest medicine to take." Try it was a very friendly production, de j a mi.1.1 tities of grass, which thoy will obtain It range, and which wilt scribing the scenery through which 'If allowed their tho railway passed, "and pointing out 'cut down tho feed bill at least to tho visitor at both places all that Is Interesting and necessary for bus! and pleasure." It was published Tho picking of live geese for tho noss at Liverpool, and was on sale In Lon lllvo geoso feathers, so called, Is pracas well as In the northern towns ticed less and leSs. It is a cruel prac- donthe price of one shilling. Though I UNION LAWN FENCE at tice, and ought 0 bo entirely this old guide does not possess any dcto, it contains advertisements for annuals and almanacs for 1835, The amount of feed that tho pigs the A A A ft which provides a cluo.as to tho tlmo Q A M definitely ad (should cot cannot bo of Its origin, and ohows It to bo probvised. That must bo determined by ably tho first railway guldo ever pub 'the feeder from tho nppotltC3 of tho lishod. As there woro only some lasslrullato food. twelvo trains starting dally, they lid t not occupy much space, and the guldo It has been found that the seeds ot was expanded to 7G pages by a deweeds will retain their vitality scription of tho coast and construe imnny to 25 years, possibly longer, tion of tho line. not all of tho given year's seed yi Yi i in ill n ffi i i his if .Ssrows In any ono year. Lay in Safety Under Cars. A number of platelnyers had an exIt is surprising how few farmora traordinary escape from death recent' in their stables, "havo coment floors an accklent at Fazakerloy Juncsnr no a rule they do not realise tho ly In Liverpool, England. Thirty men tion. loss they sustain by having the enrth were relaying ralLs, when n ballast ifloor or a leaky, filthy plank floor. train, in getting off tho main lino to mnmwm in m m m m ?.t w allow another train to pass, backed d Poorly-ba- t ''hod and into a section of eight men wjio wpre ohlcka furnished good grounds In ho carninit a rail. All tho men wero nui pat for bclloving that artificially-Itatcheovor by tho trala, the whole of the chicks were not as Btrong 20 cars passing them. Not a man was Costa very UUlo.irovo3 very tand vigorous as those hatched by the Boriously Injured. Tlioir lives were for Inwiw. loor ynrtU. Wo mtike feiwlnfr Tor luirua, hcn, and they were not. But matters apparently saved bocauao they knew lioe tnt puuUry. ynnls, rtnor iiavo greatly changed ot lato years. the correct i)8ltIons to asaunio under Write for cntalcic. There are now incubators and broodUNION FENCE CO., the circumstance. Kamaa City, Mo. ers tbat are rcliuble and safe. DeKulb. 111. There Is no professional study that requires closer work thau does tho development of tho corn plant a combination of brain toll and naturo. Earliest Railway Guides. The first railroad guides were mero children's books compared with prep ant-da- Liver Medicine ble medicine, for constipation, indigestion end liver trouble, is firmly established. It docs not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, cr it would not be the fa vorite liver powder, with a larger sale than all others combined. F2 SOLD IN TOWN Cor. 4th and Mnrket St. r.OlTISVILTB, KY. The reputation of this old, relia- AT 'FACTORY PCES GLOUfi BUGGIES AND HARNESS Be NO. 270 We ship nl' vchiflc6 Direct from our factory I). to(inMimrr sulijet t to examination ami C O. nrmrovalon lvsftc: trial. Itiff tlie;'i-a'.t-- t ! llnrm-- i t'o. linportaii- - c to the ;Iih- - I!iiiii anil iln ns a lmvt cvvry one w huilv.nl t. vm c tialktiuil CiiHliimi r. Kut tout cocli liipni-ii- t sikIi eircelltnt value in inalt!y 'f fnii-f hvi Mvle materia 1, workiuan-.li- , ' vehicle that it will lea l.nntii4 Adveriiwnifiit iiiriaiiyorlr'- in ttuin. If eiKn'-anl UrinK you, lv wMiiir vouom Iioik stly nio.lt bnpi'y vd 'atapfkoli v.ilip MiiMti-n- i tn';. J'ltif!. ou "i'l ' teeoinmeBtl onr poo ' to nr tit (..Imr "ir ' l""lut lv n "' '' tnt,iirc tVtreTs Ouariuitie .1 he Blt wiviH in tiraca--dealt r. 11 i:t:inKarf ihK js r -' rctiracl to u. toatnietl yntir ia j Hay!,lllh j 1 01 NEW YORK one-ihal- f. CLIPPER 18 THE QREATE8T SHOW THEATRICAL PAPER abol-liehe- j in $4,00 Per Year, Sample Copy Free. 1LQERTJ ! Single Copy, 10 Gls, INI'KU WEEKLY the World. Happy (he girl, or woman, who has never suffered from any of the diseases of womanhood! Or, if she has been a sufferer, happy is she if she has learned of the wonderful benefits cf Cardui, the woman's tonicl Cardui is a gentle, tonic remedy, for women's ailments. It is a natural medicine safe, harmless, purely vegetable. It has been in successful use for more than 50 years. It has cured thousands. It should do the same for you. err : niLLUIXlXLO- h1 yvy ITtTnTflTl! nUUUUUUUUUUU PHANK QUEEN PUD. CO. (Ltd). I'rilLWnBUS. HOME, W. 23TU ST., Nsy YOES e m srs TAKEa ree. ' mik. a GO YEARS' AVe niiinuUt tore Hr.ne V hirfc'n nml ll.trne.. wve our euMmnen. money. Ul unU i iruni ; j . WriU r cur I tee ll.U mm-- U .i HciK--- -- J.ili GLOne RU6QV Bt HAKNtSS COMPAQ HO ri'-k-. nromarcs sonic ft j . v-- . t v a1 .r EXPERIENCE 01VUN3UQN0. KL'CTUCKV joom liivini.m cunt Anrnno sen.lln nroriMiu in n Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &c. nnil description Mrs. ?v!ary Neely, of Denver, Tenn., says, "I think there is no tonic on earth, as good as Cardui. I used it with the very best results. I had backache and nearly everything a woman could suffer with, until I took Cardui. Now, I feel better than I have for two years. I shall always recommend Cardui to other suffering women. I can't praise it too highly. As a medicine for weak, tired, worn-owomen, Cardui is safe and reliable. Try it, today. ut 11 poorly-broode- ti...l.atririivi-.ini.ioii- sntlo-faolo- ry rieni8 tj!ut under, A fre. . imii' 'fee wiiouitr ir..tnil .v i . '''';!km;nJ n"',,'1,,,,'.'l ntlOUUQK Ol.lp- t neoix'T fr urouniiKjwleiiiH. taken itirotwh Jluim fi tu. rocultc kol niy .HIDESanoRUR!& fcr5fWCfcnj.';8BJ. Write to: Ladies' Advisory andtt-pas- c Dest.. ChaJUtioosa Medicine Co.. Chattanooga. Tenn. fcook, "Home Treatment for Women," sentfree. J 56 wltliout clinrao. In tlio Kar-tloi- if. fli-l- Jr"L Sola byul ricwftlealern. yewr: four lilllNH8Co.3B,BNewYor! C. hut numtlM. 1 lmnfli.iity HlnMnlt wwklr. Iirtett 'i hMiiliio r 1. rii. n a cr frTnulIiaa itfeslsottt)2imiJS!an acrcha&U. ' VI. Ktierenct: any oanx ia w"'"11"' Wool Bag? rice io cor saifrs. nruewrpweiisu ... DeicgDeato. v:c tan do SRI M.SABtt&SORS lonis.ilMr. Uraiich Office. (B6 V UL. Wnstiluuion. V. Subscribe for I?te Record ' Only 50c. a. Disasters occur in all navies, but the French navy has had much more than its share of them, and an ohi I An Independent Newspaper. tial report nfter the destruction of l'UUUHIIED TIIl'nsDAY II T the Jena reflected severely upon the discipline and efficiency of the serv- Wreck (he Mechanical ice. The destruction of the I.iberte O AH.M ItlCK, Okibm I.. Uoahk, President. is the most serious accident in the of (he Senliiiel Oribn L. Koakk, Editor. breach navy since that of the Jena, Telephone, No. 72. also in the port of Toulon, about Last Sunday Night. OflW In new te rear of more, ground Hour. three and a half years ago. The loss of the Jena was attributed to year, in advance. so cars The loss spontaneous combustion. The Building and Several of the I.iberte was due to a fire which price of the lMtpvr In inya Tm nb for half an hour Mi' in .v' v.uu . miiI when the tlrni' hna expired had been burning Adjoining Offices are ii it pahl, the paper will In stopped. to . when it reached the magazines. CiviU nf think, obituary noting, etc., If not Ion tiifui tin Hue. rllt WpubllahtM tree. A Besides these great explosions there Badly Damaged. lino will bo inn tic riivc .of .V. . mixtion of thlHrnlefor smccimI-iii- have been a great many fatal acciNo to tinjoi"). KriT wimple ropliM will bo limited. dents on the smaller vessels. One A rntconrd will bo UuMried. A'l will b furnished on rtujucst, Minister of Marine has resigned on The Cans? of (he UeslrnctlTC Blaze Is Aililren.H nil I'ummiii.lcHttoua nnd nmhc nil rc IMiCnui) PUttSS, cattlauci-t-i piijublr to account of conditions in the service, Not Yel Known. f!roeHTtll Ky. and another may have to. THE DPf.flHHl alii LH lid ATURDAY B -- ' COUNTY RECORD PRESS, nt AT Greenville, Ky. - BRIZENDINE'S r- -1 7 7 7 Long-tilstan- - m pkgs. Grandma's Washing Powder -- Pearline Soapade Gold Dust ,. 7 7 r Washing Gas 25 els. 25 25 ,, 25 25 Appreciating your past patronage we solicit all or part of your future Banking business. THOS. E. SUMNER, Cashier. 3 II.u-h- irrttM-mrnt- Confarmct is ovi'f and it is thru; to clean up. willing to help you ly offering the above at cost. We are vaku of In J in u it ij f 51.56,618. The total Eulerod At the Grnenvllle, Ky., potoSlrr'aa number i f a us is 2l,?'iv83, making tl e Bccaud-o3cinttttr. average alue per acre fll..v. Pavelie f ahea.1 ( f all other counties cmaitx Think, of the millions of prnp'e tlu Stat, w iih an avernjse assessed value in this broad lanl who do not kn v per acre of So.to, and Rowan county is even now how ibe election wtut in the lowest, beinK f "i.i pm:r.r. In the Western section of the Slate Daviess Maine! county leads with an average of 526.79 per acre. Muhlenberg is the lowest in the Willi some cxicj '.loi.s, however, Western section, the value being oil nnioug whirh mn lc mentioned tl.04 per acre. Italy, Tutkev, the Kiuj'p gun fat I'ho t THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 191!. a! tir i as'J Ken-hi.- Two Volunteer Firemen Are lajarcd, Seriously. One Very All Property Losses Well Covered By Ample Insurance. CiecttvtH ha ap:.n had the midnight visit of the fire demon, and only the early discovery of hi. intrusion nnd the active (fforts of ihe vol jr.tecr firemen to rout him prevented a vaster damage. I he firs oric-inntc- d in the mechaniccl depattment of FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS $5. The regular price is $100. Those who bring or ins il this advcitisemenl to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of Hooks and stationery arc included. No time limit. If not ready now, buy one for future use. for only M R$ f4lteik 5 Strong I Gempaet Perfect ga f) rc& j2& E S H to-r- and the Ilarrimati lines, the eral outlook is peaceful. gen- New foiglami's Agricalinral Progress. li Italy does in T urkov what she hopes to, roast luiki y wiil ;jprar on the menu about two "i" months ahead of st hcdulo. Thk "Sick M it;" a: t'un .t mtiMo-!- e complains that he has not a friend among the Powers ol Kurope. Should he succumb they will send the customary letters of condolence and attend his funeral. Tin: Slcel Trust is ready to cither lock horns with the Government or help run the Government, as the push of exigency or policy may determine wheu Washington and Wall street put their heads together. It is pretty difficult to keep the doors of the Temple of Janus closed. Germany accedes to the views of France regarding Morocco, but Turkey refuses to accede to the views kof.Jtaly: regarding Tripoli, which is . ..V'-- )IUUI9(UI.UI'J Im n ni r 1 "V. tl JUll-- Ui lilt VrllUlllilll I. ' TniiKK are some compensations for all our distresses. A Pittsburg undertaker bemoans the falling off in his business due to the lesser ' ' death rate. He ascribes the better health ofthc community to the high cost of living. When people cat too much and drink too much they don't live so long. In the last crop year more cotton was country than in the year before, but the consumption was much less. The Census Office concludes that the high price reduced the consumption.. A high price is pretty certain to do this, but the occurrence of a high price with a large yield is unusual. It seems to be explained by the fact that exports in the last year were much larger than in the year before. The foreign demand kept up the price. a good deal produced in this Reciprocity has failed for the time, and there is a possibility that the Conservative Government in Canada may be induced to put further futile barriers, in the way of trade between the United States and the Dominion. But notwithstanding all artificial. obstacles, annexation remains a geographical fact; the countries are so tied togethei that s no effort of and lawmakers can pull them apart. The uninterrupted peaceful and advantageous trading that has been going on for nearly 100 years, and which grows fn bulk and material profit as the days go by, will slill go on. nation-builder- The retail grocers in Pittsburg have found a wny to cheapen sugar to their customers. On every bag of sugar they retail they paste a tariff tag that shows how much of the price paid is legitimate and how much is the bounty allowed to the Sugar Trust. There has been a resulting boycott of Trust sugar that has brought down the price of granulated two cents a pound. If retailers the country over would advertise in the Pittsburg way the taiiff cost per pound, per yard, and per parcel that goes, not into ibc money chests of the government, but into the pockets of overfed and defiant cormorants who cry for more .the more they get, what an econom-- c overturning would followl The laments which wjre heard twenty years ago about the decadency of New lvifdand have long since died away, ami in tbsir place is heard no more cheerful i.o'e of It is alprogress and prosp.-iity- . most a century sin e Dani d Webs cr bemonud the fjet that the prosperity of Ne.v Kngland was passing awav, and for fifty years after that time there" was evidence on every hand that his prediction was coming true, but the Njw Kngland spirit has plenty of energy even when it seems most supine, and the day came when the dwellers in the six states realized almost simultaneously what had to be done, and did it. Out of the soil whose stubbomcss and sterility hart been a byword, out of the stony hills and out of the streams long given over only to pleasure craft or subj:cts for the painter, the New Knglandcrs have in a scant twenty years won back much of the prestige which once was theirs as siMHMsful JicrLcuUuiialSiJie-rdtfrK- , and manufacturers. The abandoncll farms which once formed so serious a problem to New England's advancement arc now in great demand again. Not only are they bought as summer residences at greatly advanced prices, but practical farmers have obtained thousands of them, and by means of the nc.w agricultural science as taught at Washington and in our state universities they have made them profitable investments. That these arc not mere experiments of "gentlemen farmers" is shown by the returns of the statistical departments of the various states. In ten years the agricultural produce of Massachusetts increased 21.03 per cent, showing a total of Maine's $64,000,000. potato crop is exceeded by only four other states. In tobacco Connecticut stands the eighth producer in the union. Vermont and Maine together have a hay crop topped only by six other states. The sheep industry in New Kngland is again reaching its greatest former point. The streams have been harnessed and the power thus developed is running more spindles than ever before were used. From the same source comes the energy which has connected hundreds of towns with electric" roads and furnished lights even in the villages. But it is to intensive fanniii" that the principal revival of New Kng land prosperity is due, and out of countless acres hitherto considered unprofitable for any use is now raised produce which not only keeps the producers but o'tcn rc'urr.s a profit. The six s.ates, thanks to tire indomitable spiiit of the people, arc rapidly taking an cnviaLIc position in the general agricultur! progress of the country. House and Land for Rent. the Muhlenberg Sentinel, and the cause not definitely known. There hnd been issued from the plant a dairy paper during the sessions of the Louijillc Conference, nnd editor Pace in the preparation of the last issue had oprrMed the linotype ma chine until after I o'clock, and left the fas- oline Same turned en under the melting pot, so that ths mrtsl wcufd be ready frr operation early Mo;. Joy morning. He had been home not much mere than half an hour when Mr. Ed Reno, ofiice foreman, who lives in the building, was awakened by the flame?, which Led gained such hoadway that the heat r.nd smoke kept him from the office telephone, so he was delay ed several minutes in gelling the alarm to the fire signal, havirg to wake the tele- p phone operators by his cries, and it wrs 1.50 o'clock when the fire whistle blew. The response was almost instantaneous, and soon three streams were playing, but from the nature of the matciial feeding the flumes it looked for several minu.ei like the building would be suited, but splendid tj23 work yielded wonderful results, and the damage wns held to the minimum, all conditions considered. The Sentinel mechan ical department was badly wrecked, but the salvage will be considerable. The business office was damaged by smoke nnd water, but books, etc., wore saved." The Plant wasjprotectfl inmnce, mm uujuucia iim uuici mining mc amount of loss. The plant will soon rosumc operations. The building is protected by $3,00? nnd is well covered. D. J. Duncan had $1,250 on furniture and fixtures, "and has n loss of about 75 per cent, on that. Bohnnnon & FCoontz had $1,250, with 50 per cent. loss. Ed. Reno has about $150 damage on fur niture, insured. Robert Hnrdison's law brary and office furniture was damaged $100, insured. It is supposed that the heating plant of the linotype in some way started the blaze. Mr. George T. Anderson and Mr. Chac. Freeman were knocked from a ladder by a hose, and the former is seriously injured, being confined to his home, and internal injuries are feared. I SUt n d&i'd Visible ' Writer Enables the operator to see every word as written without raising feature. carriage, saving time and trouble. Possesses every The 20th century success. In use by U. S. Government, 157 railroads and largsst mercantile houses in many countries. Handsome booklet free. Lake St., Chicago. THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER CO., 10T-109 ffPTkemL you wan 1 H Ml rQ-' ii t PRINCIPAL II bs 9 1 XL be 1R ecovb as BUSINESS OOLIGE. IXCORPOItATKH. I 3 illMMM.MMIIeiir I Prices ArEr HARCOURT &2.CO.Louisville.Kx 'Gil MANUFACTURING ENGRAVERS Reasonable Consistent with Quality. Quite as bj-Q- X) j "General Insurant . TV"". li- as We represent I6e Home that - writes property. all tar.- Kinds of farm M Some one in your home prefers vocal music. You'd rather have instrumental. You can both be suited with a Victor Double-face- d in one CI cnfn fnf nf H Y unit vu. m it. i . v ? The Captain lloark property, 7 room house, stable, line water, sever al acres of land, ready for cultivation located just outside of town, on two streets, will be rented reasonably. Fine location, desirable home. Apply Jo Orien L. Roark, Greenville, Ky. We leave it to you to siy how gcod Is cur furniture polish. We know it Is the bc3t we cn buy, and soil under a guaran tea. If not the best you ever used, icturn and get ycur money quick and pleas antly. ROARK. . Inoculation Against Typkoid. The final stamp of approval has been put on the serum as far as the army is concerned. Orders have been given for the compulsory inoculation against typhoid of every officer and enlisted man under 45 who has not already been immunized. Two years ago a board of medical experts, after a thorough Nstudy of the serum and its effects, recommended that it should be introduced into the army as a voluntary measure in time of peace and that inoculation should be made compulsory in case of war or when troops took the field. The recommendation was approved. Prior to the Texas mobilization 17,000 soldiers consented to be inoculated, and not one of them had typhoid. More convincing evidence of the value of the serum could not be desired, and the order that inoculation be com pulsory has followed. Inccu'a ion does not pvc perm -nsnt immunity. The to disease of different intlivi luaU varies greatly, and while some would be protected for a year only, others wuuM for a much longer time. So if a typhoid epio'emic were to break out anywhere those who were exposed to it could make themselves immune for a car at least. The day may come when they, will be required by law to do what they should do ot their own motion. It is certain that the next time there is n call for soldiers the camps of instruction will not be typhoid fever breeders. The volunteers will be immunized at once. If the doctors of the country do their duty they will recommend general inoculation whenever there is danger of a The prudent typhoid epidemic. man who wishes to take no chances will have himself inoculated every few years. anti-typho- 9 Jtity Record. 12-inc- h, io-inc- h, Two records in one almost at the price of one 75 cents; $1.25. LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY RE STEAM BOILER BONDS GIVE US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE. tsss.sm 1 wmi first AT AK GREENVIIlEs KENTUCKY G. Duncan, G E DIRECTORS W, A. Vickiiffc, Martin, R, T, Martin, E,J. Puryear, C, M, Martin, Jno, 1 T. Reynolds, Jr. t GREENVILLE, KY. The standing and responsibility .of the men who constitute our Board of Directors are a guarantee of careful, judicious management, fsf KS ga KJ UlTSSS RflSfKR H fltfilu OMfctKca gg QQQ g nUu iiln, ant! l,v fc"oual tUll Is rjiv nlsout ngy-- "t tht? liummi rotation n.ntiiit uhoul,vcrmni. burrowing a rit&lit n nl wan niruut. A 11 K1.K A ALJL.X hi cvtry burial. JuUulo lit sill Mzcs. 1 t m'KGi.Aji.i-Koo- ' u vk vattt fnr. (V ttio H M jjj jj Outside clcanlipcss in less than halt tho bt.t!e. A man may scrub himself a dozen times a day, and still bo unclean. Good health means cleanliness not only outside, but inside. It means a clean stomach, clean bowels, clean blood, n clean liver, und new, clean, healthy tissues. The man who is clean in this way vnll look it and act it. He will work with energy and think clean, clear, healthy thoughts. He will never be troubled with Hvor, lung, stomach or blood disorders. Dyspepsia nnd indigestion originate in unolcan Blood diseases aro found where there is unclean blood. Consumption and bronchitis mean unclean lungs. stom-nohs. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery uissccliiig Tables. The DSil:R VAULT carried in stock by 1 Hi J. lj-.- L. HG?S KTATE. of v1 tft-- tavilfc. Ooodfj. n prevents these diseases. It makes a man's insides clean end healthy. It cleans thm tligcsttvo organs, makes pure, clean blood, sail clean, bealliiy flesh. It restores tone to the nervous system, and cures nervous exhaustion and g prostration. It oontaiun no alcohol or drus. Constipation is the most unclean unclcanliness. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pel lets cure it. Tliey never gripo. Easy to take as candy. habit-formin- fCtopion I ! ChgmkfllCdr"3ole Hckers" 5pr?ngftsld,0hiflp Snbsciibe for The Record Only $0c, KlfOifH (1 11$ AT MARK Mrs. Saluda Pannell Dies Last Thurs day. CONFERENCE. Louisville Conference, Six sion, Adjourned Monday, Scs ROYAL BAKING POWDE Absolutely Pwrd MAKES HOME BAKING EASY Light Biscuit Delicious Cake Dainty PasMes Puddings Flaky Crusts Fime The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of TarJar A tthe home of her son, Mr. James Pannell, near Friendship, Mrs. Saluda Pannell died at S.45 o'clock last Thursday evening, of dilatation of the heart, from which she had been a sufferer for some weeks. She was in her Soth. year, and was widely known and related in this and other states. Her parents, Mr and Mrs. Thomas Walker, came to this county from Virginia early in the last century, and were pioneers in the social and religious devolopmcnt of Muhlenberg. Mrs. Pannell was married while quite young to Rev. William D. Pannell, who was quite a noted minister, and was active until his death in 1872. She is the mother of three surviv ing children, Mr. James Pannell, of Friendship-- , and Messrs. Thos 1$. Pannell and Frank P. Pannell, of this city. The funeral service was conducted by Rev. W. 11. Woodson at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon, and was largely attended by relatives and friends. The body was laid to rest in the family graveyard beside that kf her husband. Her death removes a prominent and much loved character, and she will be missed in many circles. Mr. Otto A. Rothcrt is spending a few days with the Oatcs brothers, near McNary, where he is investigating peculiar formations, collect- Naming the Appointments. LOUISVILLE DISTRICT. F. M. Thomas, Presiding Elder. C. E. Asbury and Shippingport Carter. Bcechmont J. IT. N cholson. Broadway P. B. Wells. Clifton-CrcsccHill -- A. P. Lyon. Davison Memorial C. R. Crowe. P. A. Brandon, supernumerary. Fourth-avenu- e Richard Wilkin son. Highland Park T. L. Crandall Hill-streF. A. Mitfchcll. Jcftcrson-strcc- t S. G. Shelley. Jcffersontown Virgil Elgin. Jeffersonvillc Morton Memorial W. T. Miller. Lander Memorial J. H. Young Louisville Circuit Harry Short. Marcus Lindsay Memorial G. E. Foskett. Messick Chapel J. B. Wolfe, supply. Middlctown and Anchorage L. M. Russell. Oakdale D. F. Watkins. Portland J. D. Siglcr. Rector's Memorial W. P. Gor don. Union Temple U. G". Footc. Virginia-Avenu- e C. H. Prathcr. West Broadway A. D. Litchfield Secretary W. W. Missionary et I. C. R. R. LOCAL TIME CARD. NOIlTIt BOVMI. NO. 131 101 138 lt IrfHttaVlUu Louiavtllc Kxithn CliK'limull Kxirfv I.ilMltlMl MAI am 1.08 illll 7.15 imii Central City MtiTii nor I so. 135 m. I'ntluenh nil Cairo ncccm fi.lS am 1H1 Pillion nciHiiniiHMlntluii 12.40 im 101 New Orleun XAO pin . 10H N. mjioi-(I.tmUvlllr insM only) l.SUum Jiiiil-3- . 1011. W.O. CitAWKOUl), Ajjt. t. It's time for cooler weather. Get ready frost is about due. There was hardly a home without visitors last week. Let Mc fix your clock.. .ia...-i;iir--- uvuutii4iutiiiuu; . r iiiL . viru . reditu v j . . - unpleasant visit. f Oysters, Celery, Fish at Coombs &Co. Somewhat quiet since our ors left. visit- Concrete men continue active, and our many miles of pavements arc growing at a gratifying rate. N Call Phone 126 meats. for your fresh Grocers were rushed last week, supplying the hundreds of extra people here. Fine Preserving Pears at at 40 cents a peck. lirizcn-dinc- s Misses Oma and Nancy Jonson, o( McLean county, are visiting the family of Judge J. C. Jonson. . Do you drink coca-cola- ? Then try ours. It is pure and refreshing, a 20 Taylor & Poole. The political pot is beginning to simmer lively, and will soon reach the boiling stage. , There will be an adjourned session of the city council tonight at the city hail. ( The increasing number of fires is one indication of our growth, but this is one of the signs which wc all regret. For a firstclass-shave- , up to date hair cut, electric massage, good shoe shine, hot, cold and shower baths, go to Sam R. Martin's barber shop, near the Max Weir corner. delighted in the entertainment of the Louisville conference, and-th- e visitors will ever remember the' royal welcome extended them by our people. w,as k Greenville , dur fire fighting squad came in for general praise on its excellent work again last Sunday night. Hundreds bf conference visitors were drawn to the fire, and they all expresaed themselves as to the intelligent oftorts of our volunteer force, many of them declaring that they had never witnessed such effective work before. ing Indian relics and gathering data for his book on Muhlenberg. Mr. Who said wc couldn't entertain Rothcrt will spend several weeks conference? The hundreds of visithere and in adjoining counties this ors declared that wc did so in a fall, and hopes to complete the field Piti3on. most happy, intelligent manner. Book Editor and Editor Review work for his forthcoming book. Gross Alexander. Farmers urc in the midst of a Missionary to Japan S. E. Ha-geSec Coombs & Co. before you busy season, rounding up necessary Owcnsboro. sell your beef hides. o 27 work before Jack Frost appears, OWENSHORO DISTRICT. if possible. Piano Tuning. S. J. Thomas, Presiding Elder. I will be in Greenville a short Beaver Dam A. L. Mell. If you have a watch or clock out Calhoon J. T. Cherry. of running order, jewelry to be re- time tuning and reparing pianos Centertown N. B. Watson. paired, or sewing machines out of I can furnish the best of references Supply, Central City B. M. Cur- service, bring them to McCrackcn and guarcntce satisfaction. Arthur G. Hopkins, Phone 72. rie. and get firstclass guaranteed work. 2t F. 12. Lewis. Cloverport School work was resumed MonContinued warm weather is holdDundee Circuit j. JV. Crowe, suspension supply. ing the coal business down to small day, after a three-da- y proportions, and prices arc some- on account of conference, the prin Fordsvillc W. S. Buckncr. cipal having wisely concluded that what sagged. Greenville G. P. Dillon. opportunity should be given pupils Greenville Circuit F. T. How- to attend the meetings, and manv a j of. the pupils made good use of the. - Hartford-ir- Y. (. io general are pleased that Rev. oier: P. Dillon was assigned work at this time in being present at most of the Bennett, supply sessions. place again for the coming year. Hawesville H. L. Shclton. Lcwisburg D. S. Campbell. Fish Wednesday and Saturday at Give us your order for fresh meat. Lewisport S. E. Ragland, sup-plJ. E. Coombs & Co. . Quick delivery. Coomhs & Co. Livermorc W. IT. Hiflkerson. Many of our people who thought Mrs. 12. W. Taylor, of Russcll-villMaceo R. L. Talley. who has been visiting friends that it would not be possible to North Hartford Mission, II. T. the conference were so here for the past several days, reSpeaks, supply. pleased with the proceedings and turned home Monday. Owcnsboro Breckcnridgc-strcct- , the enjoyable companionship of the 1 E. D. Ryan. deligates that they arc now in favor Ho me rendered lard per Owcnsboro Circuit A. J. Ben of making this nn annual event pound. J. 12. Coomiis & Co. nett. here, declaring that it is worth Owcnsboro Frayscr-avenuJ. Health conditions over the county many times its cost in money and O. Smithson. are 'excellent, and the death rate effort. Owcnsboro Settle Memorial, for some months has been lower Give Miss Lena .Arnold your Lewis Powell. than for years, notwithstanding our 12. Owcnsboro Woodlawm, S. laundry; goods called for and growing population. Moore. Rochester J. IT. Epjcy. Mr. John Hulsy, state organizer The people of. this county will Rome R. E. Bailey. of farmers' institutes, was here the Sacramento J. T. DcMonbrun, first of the week, and will return to- have an opportunity to hear Hon. day, to confer with local people as A. O. Stanley m two speeches on supply. South Carrollton C. C. .Nuncly. to program, etc. for an institute to Friday, Oct. 13. here in' the afternoon and at Central city at night. H. E. Jarboc. Stcphensport be held here Oct. 17 and 18. He is well known to our people, W. R. Transferred Hcndix, All kinds fresh and salted meats and is a speaker of great force and North Georgia Conference: R'. D. will arouse much enthusiasm among Smart, Virginia conference. at J. E. Coombs & Co. the voters. BOWLING GREEN DISTRICT. Mr. J. II. Pittman had with him J. W. Lewis, Presiding Elder. during conference four preachers Wanted Local Representatives Adairvillc and Oakland W. F. whose names all began with the letAt Greenville, Graham, Depoy, Cashman. ter H Higgins, Hickman, Hardin to make Allensville C. F. Hartford.) house to house demonstraand Harper. tions of "Vas Auburn L. W. Browder. O!" the One Bowling Green Broadway J. L. Guaranteed skin preparation. The following preachers who athas no substitute." Big com Woolrid"c. tended conference have been pas- "It mission paid on all sales. Write Bowling Green Circuit W. S. tors here: Rev R. C. Alexander, Harper, supply. The Vasa Co., Rev. J. T. Rushing, Rev. W. C. Bowling Green State street S. Southern Office, Hayes, Rev. S, G. Shelly, Rev. J. M. Miller. Henderson, Ky. it B. Seay, Rev A. L. Mell, Rev. F. Camer J. C. Brandon E. Lewis and the present pastor, See Pig Ben at Macks watchChapel II III B. F. Cas. Rev. G. P. iDillon. making shop. East Franklin CircuitH-SummcBrinson. Don't fail to read the Saturday Hon. Ed. C. O'Rcaj, Republican Ehyl J. R. Gunn, supply. add of lirizendine's. candidate for Governor, will ad Franklin J. P. McAfee. Franklin Circuit II. C. Napier.' Orien L. Roark returned Tues- dress the citizens of this county at Glasgow R. T. Brown. day from a two weeks' trip East. the court house here next Thursday, Glasgow Junction Circuit P. JL As the dcligatc from the Kentucky October 12, at 2 p. m., and will be Funeral directors' Association he his first speech in this county. King. Hisevillc IT. IT. Jones. attended the national convention at There will doubtless be a large crowd here, as the candidate has Horse Cave J. S. Chandler. Atlantic City, then visited New Georgetown Alex Boyster. York, Philadelphia and Washing- many warjn friends and admirers among our people, and they are Munfordsvillc Mission M. IT. ton. anxious to hear his talk. Alexander. Rains, which for many weeks Richardsvillc W. G. Montgom If you want a milk chocolate, ery. were badly needed over the state, have fallen during the past week in strawberry milk or Bimbo Flip, we Rocky Hill B. A. Cassada, sup Taylor & Poole. such volume that vast damage has have it. ply. been done. In Eastern Kentucky Russellville Circuit J. B. Seay. Rev. F. E. Lewis; of Cloverport, there have been disastrous floods, Russellville Station G; W. Hum and crops have been washed away remained here a few days after con- mel: P. H. Davis, superintendent. in some sections. ference adjourned, visiting the many Scottsville J. L. Reid. friends he made here during his South Scottsville J T Rippy, The Record 50c. per year. supply. r. Hucksters of all sorts had plenty of business last week, and took ex ccllcnt care of it, being able to supply all calls. TD; . c, n i2c. Grand Rivers-- A C Gentle. Hcrmonj R E Stevenson. Woodburn B W Napier. A R Kascy. Hopkinsville; Secretary Board of Education Hopkinsville Circuit; G W Lyon IT W Browder. Kuttawa; J H Richardson. B L Yates. President, Logan College J Lafayette: Repass. Linton Mission; A D Davis. COLUMBIA DISTRICT. Nortonville Mission; S M Bailey supply. W F Hogard, Presiding Elder. Pembroke; T L Hulsc. Albany W C Christie. Pisgah; J S Mitchell. Bear Creek W A Phipps, supply. Princeton and Cerulean: C G Burksville- -J R Randolph. C G Prather. Campbellsburg Circuit J Salem; L P Vanhoy. Black. Smithland Station; Joseph Schicf Campbcllsville Station W R clin. Wagoner. Smithland Circuit! F A J Gar Cane Valley W A Beck, supply. Casey Creek W H Lemons, sup land, supply. Trenton and Guthrie; S IT Love Ply- Chntou Circuit J A Goodman, lace. siipply. Mrs. Ellen KellenCars and son. Columbia J W Wcldon, S K of Farmingtou, N. M., arc guests of Breeding, supply. Judge J. C. Jonson and family. Grady villc C W Pangburn. Grecnsburg and Early R T Mc Rev. 12. D. Boggcss, an old Muh Conncll. lenberg boy, delivered a sermon Grecnsburg Circuit D T Will that lastingly impressed a large iams. at the Methodist congregation D T Tarter. Jamestown church Monday night. There were Mansville J A Johnson. many notable addresses delivered Monticello J L Murrell. during conference' and our people Peytonsburg J E Wright. have had a feast of good things Rennex J R Marrs. that will endure. Russell Springs 'Mission J L Picrcy. If you want that dead, watch or Sparksville Mission J T Sulli clock put to work, let Mc have it van, supply. and he will put it to running. . Temple Hill G IT Upchurch. ; r Thurlowand Emery Penny Cuff Reunion of Old Soldiers. B C Wilson. Tompkinsville The annual reunion of old sol West Monticello J W Caughron dicrs who wore the blue and the, West Tompkinsville T 12 Witten, gray will be held next Saturday at supply. the home of Mr. J. N. Durall, near E LIZA 13 ETHTO W N DISTRI CT. Old Bethel, and all the old veterans J T Rushing, Presiding Elder. arc urged to be present. There will Bardstown and Samuels P. A be many features of entertainment, Kascy. refreshments will be abundant, and Baltlesown B A Hunter. everything will be pleasing and in Big Clifty B M Dcwitt. viting. Big Springs J 12 King. B Kentucky is somewhat behind in W Hardin, Bradfordsvijle many things, but is ahead of some supply. H F'Orr. states that have developed grasping Brandenburg Buffalo Circuit E P Deacon, corporations which place the saving of dollars ahead of protection of supply. human life. The very recent' calam Cccilian D F Walton. C A Humphrey. ity in Pennsylvania, the second of Elizabcthtown Hardinsburg Circuit M L Dyer. this nature, is one instance that Hodgcnsvillc and lluffalo W A might be thought about. Grant. Mc has "Big Ben," one of the Irvington L K May. Kingswood Circuit W T Daniel. best alarm clocks on the market. WP Baird. Lebanon RutKy.wife'oifiWrn. Diilijv ;cblof Lebanon Circuit J C Hoskinson: ed, died at S p'clock Tuesday eye Leitchficld and Clarkson B I near the colored ning, at thcir-honiWilson. Leitchficld Mission J A Cheek, Methodist church, after suffering for some years from canctr. She supply. was a well known and respected McDaniels P C Long. woman, and was active in the adMt. Washington S L C Coward. Shephcrdsville Circuit D R vancement of her race. Funeral services will be held aV the A. M. Peak, supply. 12. Ziou church at 2 o'clock this Shephcrdsville and Lebanon Junc afternoon, and intermont will be in tion R IT Roe. west end cemetery. IT Walker. Sonora m e Smiths Grove Circuit CF Inntisi 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 Liniment is all that is needed and it is certain to give quick relief. Give it a trial and see for yourself how, quickly it relieves the pain and soreness. Price 25c; large size, 50c. Special Rates I. C. R. I. FALL HACK IUI3ET1XG CHURCHILL T)OWXh 'Louisville, Sept. U.VOot. 14, HU1. . Date of sale Sept. S5. Limit Oct. 15, 1 fare plus '.'.'ic round trip; Sept. 0 to Oct. I, limit two days from date of sale, 1 fare plus 2ie It. T. Oct. 7, trains limit two days fropi date of sale, one fare plus Hue Jt.T. OKA XI) LODGE OF KY. I. 0. 0. V. Oet. Louisville, Ky. Date of sale Oct. and for train 104 Oct. 10. Limit Oct. 1 1. One fate plus 33c It. T. UHAXD LODGE MASONia GRAND CHAP. MASONS OF KY. Louisville, Ky., Oct. Dato of snlo Oct. and for traih 10 Oct. 17. Limit Oct. L3. One fare plus 25c round trip. t DAVIESS COUNTY FAIR. Owonshoro, Ky., OcL One fare plus 25o It. T. .On sale Oct. 4 to 7 inc. . ;i 2S-3- i. 10-1- ). 1 7, Limit Oct. 0. Burr Grist Mill. My new burr grist mill is m operation; call on your merchants for White Flint meal. Also ready to furnish the public with chicken feed and chopped corn. J'1 28 J. A. Shaver. There has been extra trffic on the I. C. for the past several days, many trainloads of strike breakers biing carried from the East to all, p nuts along the I. C. The clerks and mechanics are all on strike, to the number of about 17,500 on the lines, and the company is making efforts to break the siriki. quiet, and there hss been verv tie rough work, but it is fea' wis tnat outbreaks may .occur at any moment. The strikers claim that their ranks are sfolid, but the comp any claims that many of the old men arc still at work, and that soon business will be moving in regular, order. ' J c, Springfield Station T J Wade, Stithton W E Sutherland. Upton W A Archer. Vine Grove Robert Johnson. i HENDERSON DISTRICT. J B Adams, Presiding Elder. Beech Grove H F Higgins. Carrsville R C Love. Clay Mission E W Smith. Corydon E R Bennett. Dixon W E Thomas. Earlington W C Brandon. Hanson Mission W L Kennedy, supply. Hanson G A Gailor. t H. R. Henderson, Higgins, supply. Henderson, First Church J A Chandler. Madisonville C F Wimberly. Marion Arthur Mather. Morganfield 12 F Goodson. D Uog- Morganfield Circuit---- E gess. Providence L W Turner. E N Metcalfe. Robards Sebrec W O Richard. A Wheeler, sup- Shady Grove Clay-stree-- -J . ply. rs L E Piercy, Slaughtersvillc Smith Mills H S Gillette. Sturgis R M Wheat. Tol- u- G Y Wilson. Uniontown Circuit K K Ander son. Student in Vanderbilt Training SchoolRulus AIcMican: Marion Quaiterly Conference. at Central City. There was a small but unhurtful war at Central City Tuesday night, when about 100 shots were exchang ed between a bunch of strike break crs and detectives guarding them and strikers and sympathizers. There have been brought in about twenty-fiv- e men from the East to take the places of men in the me chanical and office departments who walked out last week in response to a general strike call on the llarri-ma- n lines. When these men were landed there Monday there was great excitement, and much wild talk was indulged in, but nobody thought that it would amount to anything serious, so there was much excite ment when the fussillade of shots aroused the citizens. The attack on the strike breakers was a longdistance affair, and when the men on the cars opened up in response, the attacking party soon withdrew. The imported men are well guarded by detectives, and are all armed with the most improved guns and revolvers, it is said, and are determined. Nobody was hurt, but it is feared that the matter is not settled", and if there should be any serious clash between these contending parties, it is freely predicted that there will be much bloodshed. Strike Trouble a. e. Mccracken, Needles for all sewing' machines at Roark 's. LUG&Y GHIEF. Registered Po'and China Bojr. Services ft J. E. Ccombs' farm at SI, dec when service is rendered. J. E. COOMBS, Greenville, Ky, Greenville has not for many years. if ever, received so much favorable HOPKINSVILLE DISTRIC V. and intelligent criticism as was given R F Hayes, Presiding Elder. us last week by the deligates and Cadi- z- F M Petty. visitors at conference. These men Cadiz Circuit J B Galloway. and women came from all parts of Cerulean Springs 12 C Hogard. this State and from many others, Crofton Circuit W T McrrcII. and their impressions of our town Dawson Springs Mission J F Ba and its people were highly gratifyker. ing. Especially by those who atMr.fjohn Brizeh'dffe'bst a valua Eddyville and Saratoga-- - P C Du- - tended the. last conference here was ble horse AlondaaYght'ffomicolic, vall. our progress noticeable, our adEddyville Circuit V L Stone, vancement along Give us your job work.-- ' all lines having supply. been great. WE". Elkton and Bells R B Crider. I?resh, smoked and salteiffinicits.' Elkton Mission Mack Harper, Give your job printing orders to of all kinds at J. E. Coombi-Cd'- i. " supply. The Record. market. o id-V-- : Good Housekecninfr 0 Magazine requires the services of a representative in Greenville to look after subscription renewal and to ex tend circulation by special methods which have proved unusually suc cessful. Salarv and rnniniKtinn Previous experience desirable, but not essential. Whole time or snnre time. Address, with reterences, J. I. Fairbanks, Good Housekeeping Magazine, 3S1 Fourth Ave., New York City. . WAN TED Fvimiture, W&Jlpsxper, Shades, Moldings, . jfS Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrfepper.r, Slippers, Grve Vaults. Disinfection ROARjl mm FRESH WATER FOR POULTRY Is f && &&&&&& && & &j 1 1 $j $h m& With My Back." "I Suffered Yeara Backache resulting from weak kidneys, a bad cold or other cause, usually renders the sufferer unfit for work and often results in permanent disability. "I suffered for years with my back, or kidney trouble, and have tried a number of remedies from different physicians. More than a year ago, one of our local druggists induced mc to try or Name has been before the public for 30 years, most of the lime right on the spot where we arc now located. Our Aim constantly has been to sell the best goods in our lines, at the most reasonable prices. Our services arc of the highest grade, our wares the best, and our equipment compares with the best of the larger cities. We endeavor constantly to increase our usefulness. Simple Wholesome Arrangement Shown In Illustration, Insuring Clean Drinking Vessel. & One of tho difficult problems for tho 'poult rymon to solve la how to onsily jirovldo puro. fresh water for his fowls. Jinny patent fountains which hre on tho market are automatic and keep heforo the fow! a certain quantity. Under certain conditions theso fountains serve an admirable purpose Undor more ad vcrr. conditions many of theBo patent contrivance! fall to glvo satisfaction for the i!mp!e reason, that It is Impossible to ktep theui clonn. If fowl were frd on'y who!o grain and tho weather wr.s always cool. It would bo a roirr?-a;lTc-chf.t mat-toautomatic to. prQridp drinking fountain, but r: noft food forms a consldcrah e rortlon of th and fattening diet for laying fowls, theso fountnlT-tro ncce.jrMy inoro or less foulrd and In warm weather soon become, unlit fcr use ns drinking fountalra cn ncranut of tho tainted water and d:sr.greerb!o odor. arrrr.emont. A simple may be made as folio' : Place an ordlnnry milk pan on a b'ock or shallow box, the top of which shall be four or live Inch's fror.i ike flow. Tho water or milk to bo drunk by the fowl Is to be plai d In lM pan. placed a" Ixvml Over tho rrn cover supported on j Icccs of latb about eight. Incites los. nailed to the two cover eo that they ere clout Inches apart, lire lower cutis resting upon the box wl'!rh fcnr.s ti e si-po- rt of tho pan. pen It In order to drinh fror-tls- o will be necessary fcr tie fowls to In- r wkol-rrom- Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pills and after using them some three months I found a decided improvement in my kidneys, and I am glad to say that I hope soon to be fully restored to health." J. P. Allen, City Court, Glasgow, Ky. As long as pain is present in any part of the body rest is impossible and the system becoming weakened is exposed to any form of disease to which the sufferer may be inclined. Ex-Jud- Jour 0 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 accum-ulateexperience and knowledge of this third of a century are at your command. J: RNlSH VOl Dr. Miles' by Anti-Pai- n PiHs Wi: CAN steadying the irritated nerve centers, make refreshing sleep possible, thereby enabling the body to recover lost strength. As a remedy for pain of any description Dr. Pills arc unsurMiles' Anti-Pai- n passed. Sold by all druggists under a guarantee assuring the return of the prlco of the first box If no benefit results. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. Ihe Jo L. ROARK Estate ORIEN L. ROARK, Manager . & & SL 1 and im: FTURNITURE Established 1879 Long Distance EALERS IREC TORS Telephones: 'tv"- Store 72; Home !08 mm Bulbs of all Kinds in Stock. Miss Lena Arnold has in stock 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, 10c each, 3 for 25; Paper White Narcissus, Grandiflorn, 2 for 5c, 30c doz; Roman Hyacinths, Single White, 5c each, 50c doz; UedUing Hyacinths, Dutch, 5c each, 60c doz; Forcing Dutch Hyacinths, 10c each, $1.00 doz; Tulips, mixed, 20c doz. BOTH ONI- YEAR - We can also give liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier-Journal- . -- The Greatest ffA anil Price BLUE ROSE list US. . jCfjiB ESUND' i Corn-Sen- TELEPHONE (iCORrOHATBD) & TELEGRAPH GO. Write Courier-Journ- al Com- RoscFioclty of the Century for MIN Clean Drinking Fountain. I pany, Louisville. Ky., for Tree sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send your subscription order to this paper NOT to the CquseJ, . Journal. Tiic fcw Rose (Violet Blue) Hailed by the Rose Growers :! as the Forerunner of the flower Clue Rose. Ycry ous anil hardy. Free Blooming GreotihbiiHos JOHN RACKE BRANDT . Princeton, Ky. I and satisfactory communication with tho people of this great soction of the country. Wo solicit your patronage. Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur- - anywnoro in boutnern Indiana, Southern Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississmni artd Louisiana. Wo can put you in quick Loner dlstanco lines and teloDhoncR of this Company cnablo you to talk almost passed. Vj- -, 4 ; . 4 ?AS E C.ALDWF.LL. A .Jita trLAND HUME.N ,". Ti?D: 'Wr'aiftf Max. - Trossaxs?" 1 eeoaaoaaaocaoooeo Deal at home as much o I as possible. Build up your I t home town, This will o make you a better home I market and enhance the value of your property, Ride with mmiiville Transfer I They meet all trains, day and night, wilh Co. Bus JUST RECEIVED I cert their hoads between these strips of lath. The cover over the pan and tho strips of lath at the "sides prevent the fowl from fouling tho water Many Patterns of 191! Wallpaper and Baggage wagon. In any "manner, except in tho act of drinking. Where drinking pars of this kind are used. It Is very easy to cleanse and scald them with hot water as occasion demands. White Sewing Machine, in This arrangement cm be carried a little further by p'aclrg a pan, or rotary and vibrator; needles. what would be still belter, a long, all narrow dish, somrtblrs liko a tin shuttles, etc. in stock for tray, on a !ew ehclf a fow machines. broad ROARK'S STORE. Inches from the floor, and h!r.g!ng the cover to one slCc of the poultry Get potted plants and cut flowers house fo that it can be tipped up in front for tho removal of the dish or from Miss Lena Arnold. Whatever for filling It with water. device Is used, It must, be easily Take your beef hides to. J. E. cloaned and of free access to the fowls at all times. Coombs & (o. and get the cash. llllllltIIIO0tl9t9O AND "ki LL the obu OH i iiiiru THE OLD RELIABLE you wani J CURE the LUMPS I Hit BBDtfi' l I Iiier m3mm J AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. H i 19 via I g, flHa era. fg m af mm pjr g n OB MONEY REFUNDED. 1 mmi ii Bin 1 ill i in h EASY TO CAPTURE CHICKENS .Long-Handle- d Net, Made Out cf Old Hammock, Dres Away With Chasing Fowls Around Yard. Uest work, prompt service; give Several patterns of swing porch your laundry to Joe Morgan, who settees at Roark's, and you are inwill apprccints your patronage. vited to call. Cures "Golds'Mn any part of botryiY B s lHARCOURTcg.Loliisville. Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality. Who has not Eten tL farnjer, hip wife, tho hired mm, and cue or iron children ongegod In be txclt'ii: c!. .st for Iho chicltcn which h to bo e:w for the faml y dlnncr? All arvurd ?N yard, ovor the foncc. urdcr t!. I nrr. through the garden, until scmeloi luckily falls upen it. An oaler wax not. lump Is to mako a a sound, well mad barrel hocp At R. IKvr ANY 'ii'h in mi hour. i DrJFennaFs Cough Honeyif Wlu I' 3 H AND it f HnlM turi. Nam- - yyii $Y,, ' lHy6 II- : "s' Ik ston. ' "me I VelniHin- - lal.' ' ti 1m I. ii.iill, I'ulilj, Hlwiiiimii-iit" 1IH llU.il. tllll- .. . i, Miu. r...n in l.luilBmiiiluiii, Antlinw.iir.nH tiltls.t'nuirrll Hv Ih Vim iilln.Miza. Whuun4iut I'.iuirti Ilia Mm. tlzu by luull 6 Ki . iWnU. K. V. ii'. i.N.ntbo 1I1I1 ? r s See the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Roark's. H ottl. Ism, qiiesn. ' Telephone No 5 and your laundry Pj American Photography JIAlrx will be called for and delivered. Chicken Net. old hammock makes a Ceo net for this purpose. The net should ba about two foot deep. Lay It down, mouth up, put a fow grains of core cn top, nretend you aro looKlng tho oth: wav. and when a chicken steps ck the net to pick up tlm corn lift It suddenly, tip It slifhM to on and yoa hsvo the fcwl Fnfo. if yn-- ; are particularly expert, th? r.rt troy to dropped dowa r?r the bi d. Har.iMr-- Cucs end ly Always liand'o ducks and g'gn tfcelr nrcfcg zti nrver-bfowls are bD(i!cl. fcr tlipe lln.ba are not strong enough to seivo as handle anil will readily break. G-- -r: r. I Very Serious It is a vary serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one (riven you. For this reason wc urge 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 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;ss Lena Arnold al;s the patron age of the public, and KU.irantees that satisfactory work will bo done Easy r4Steak s trong Swift Peyfsei Accurate LAcsi- - draiigH liver Me&ctac medicine, frtr and liver tmuhlc, is firmly established. It does not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, cr it wonid not ub the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale than all othcra combined. SOLD J2i TOWN F2 Standard Visible Writer carmge. sa' !ng time and tro:ibl. The 20th center, st cocss. In use Enables ths operator to see- - ever word as written without raising feature. Pcsesscs every b U. S. Gwemmcnt, 157 and largsst mercantile houses in many countries. Haudsorr.e booklet free. THB OLIVER TYPEWRITER CO., 1 Of-1Lake St, Cbicago. rail-oa09 Tbs reputation rf V-- r!-l- , relis-b- lc in her clothes cleaning, and repairing shop. prcysin? Wcr on Lice. Malto contlnml wr on tho llco ir your lKTultry bouse la lnfoftctl with thorn. II rrca from thoin, so to it that your uremttes are I:opt free. makes kidneys Foley's Kidney Care aid bladder right Th!s sfgnatare- is oq svery box of Uw gMwisr Laxative BromoQuiniue Tablets rguedy that curu u 00M in uuo ta WAiraPi Sisecial Mm, i m. COME and SEE THEM The J. L ROARK ESTATE