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Mushlenberg County 99 I i S It pavs for itself. 5 sure of returns, The investment is Get our rates, wJw GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, OCTOHER 12, 1911. is nun in uutii, nun, umuer, i t etc, and the most inviting field in Ken- tucky for investment of capital and pluck. pollers ... cia.y,y y VOL. XIII. NO. .35. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE DOUBT Will Accommodate 25 to 30 Old Fowls, or From 2C0 to 300 Young Chicks Heavy to Handle. QUEER FACT OF ELECTRICITY Varying Fatality of Shocks Depends on Many Factors Oxhor Than the Voltage. Workers in electrical establishments who aro familiar with the undoubted act that men have withstood tromen-Joii- s electrical shock without damage, COLONY HOUSE FOR CHICKENS while others have been killed by the same or evon loss voltage, will he interested in a paper published by This (ho llritish Medical association. papor. In considering tho curious fact Tu'. nv house shown In tho Illus- that an electric shock of 100 volts la .urcs lfl by 12 foot ami ometlmes fatal, whiio curronts of tration may bo used ollhor for housing old 1.0C0 volts do not always kill, points stock or for brooding tho young. It out that the effects depend upon many will accommodate from 25 to 30 old, factors. The volume, or amperage, of the current as woll as its tension may count. Tho character of the current whether it is direct or alternating-m- ay play some iwrt and the duration nf tho shock and the point of applica tion may signify much. Then, too, the resistance of tho skin Is not always tho same. One individual may differ 8 J' greatly from another in susceptibility, and even tho condition of tho mind 13 found to have an Influence, as a person prepared to rrcelve a shock is less liable to be affected than one receiving It unexpectedly. ORIGIN OF Quite Literal. Look at this Sho (Indignantly) piece of gocxla whiob has Just corns out of tho wnshtub! How could tho man who sold It to mo toll mo the colors wore fast? lie I Rupposo boeause ho know how they could run. THO RATI! TO CHICAGO REDUCED. Monon Route Announces New Schedule of Fares One Way and Round Trip. The Monon Route announces that it will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago at $6 one To Do This Year way, instead of $S as formerly, and by way of making your business suc- $12 round trip, good 30 days return cessful and your domestic life full of ing, instead of $16. Patrons arc offered exceptionally good service by pleasure, if you arc not supplied with the Monon, which on night trains telephone service of the Cumberland fjom Louisville operates Compart Telephone & Telegraph Company? Pullmans, ment and Drawing-roolivcryone should have a telephone. as well as the usual straight sleeper. You arc connected with all outside The day trains have Parlor and Din important points in local connections ing cars, and the very finest modern, with all residences and business housnew coaches. Inquiries cheerfully es. Kor any information call mananswered by K. II. Bacon, JD. P. A , ager, Louisville, Ky. Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Co. Incorporated. Save your home by Having your What Are You Going As filth fiies before the broom, so do disease germs, effete and impute muner ana toui numors in the blood vly before GLEmm urn 9 They e. can't Hues repaired. Uarklcy Bros, this work in best manner. do stand against this matchless broom of the blood. Out they go, along mc uuuuica ney wube, ouci i as psmpies, nous, sores, eczema, malaria, rheumatism and kidney disorders. It makes a clean sweep. It curoo quickly and euros to stay. It gives nlorious health and visor to tho ENGLISH SHIRE Furniture, Moldings, Wall Paper We carry on our floors and in our ware-roothe largest variety of Furniture in weak, Glckly It Was One of the Divisions of the Country In Old Saxon Days. Tho .English word shire is from the old Saxon sclran. to divide. There are some English counties which still represent ancient Saxon kingdoms, such as Essex, Kent, Middlesex, Surrey, Sussex; others were formed by 'JUi 31,. 1 ..I lllli.X.U tho subdivision of Mercia, Wessex. Xorthumbrln, etc.. as Staffordshire, Colony House, 10 by 12 Feet. Warwickshire, Yorkshire, etc. Those .fowls or from 200 to COO young chicks, shires, and Indeed all tho counties of .donondlng upon the kind and age of England wore ruled by tho oaldorman, tho brood. Its slsto makes It qultd or count as tho Normans termed him, heavy to handle, and It probably and the or sheriff. Tho nmrks the limit In size, so far as con- - ealdorman was originally elected by corns portable houses. the witan or council of the shire, Tho runners are :xG tlmbor, and commonly called county, when the ;aTe II foot long, extonding a foot wore known as counts. Aftertho wall at oach end. The siding wards tho office became hereditary in Is of No. 1 matched stuff, and must many eases. The sheriff was appoint.lit tightly. ed by, and represented tho king, as the A colony house should be blocuod count represented tho peoplo. The up so that tho floor will bo level, t i word shlro Is, in com'oluation, always being pushed pronounced sheor, as for example, jprovont tho litter from ulown to tho lower side if thero is any Worcestershire, Woostcrsbocr, Leicessclr-gerofn d J. H. HAYES Painter and Interior : 50c AND Sf.00 PER BOTTLE SOLD AM GUARANTEE BY PRICE and run-dow- n. AH Druggists. (H ANN AN i mi 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 exclusive articles at less prices than, city stores or mail order houses. Our Picture and Room Molding-stock- s are always complete. Wallpaper i3 no7 a staple article of merchandise, being used all the year 'round. And we always have full selections, prices 5 cents and up per roll. Decorator. : OroTVuauit J. BARLOW, D. DENTIST. WB Uriilgs Work dune at reasonable prices. OUloe up .stairs, lu theJotiOB Uullilliig. Greenville, Ky. MTfio lb Kh IMK 8, (f w Fliyician DR3 1. J. SLA10N, i Tim unci titirKCOti. WADC initio Oillce M;Uu-ci-oh- s street near ilaloetrert. DEPOY. KENTUCKY m (ft ( Wc announce to our lic that our stocks of ments are larger and ever in our history. line of :- -: i CAM HOWARD. II. CRAY. &Hiaij 3f0ur Engraving - - fzitrjtttlmig HOWARD ,fiIon?. ri hhii?-r- : at Icq top tershire, Lcstersheer Machine is the only one in thi3 part of Kentucky, and we are exclusively prepared to supply individual Name Plates, which we furnish on all outfits without. extra cor Under taking A Little Good Paint in Time Saves $ $ $ . k GRAY, LAWYERS. la Green Building, opposite LaMeade Hotel. trade and the pubgoods in all departbelter selected than We carry a varied :- -: Of rice and EbiMii. rhii'permita the -- ntr ini-- of xi Jnbundanee of fresh air during rains or storms. On the outside the windows iaro covered with poultry wire, to keen tho fowls in while the windows aro window, (open. The long, narrow iplaced vertically, has the advantagq vover the square ones commonly used, .in that it bettor distributes the light. A small muslin window Is set In tho ' door. It may be hinged at the bottom and awuhg In when It is dosired to havo It open. If used for old hens' roosts, nesta are located In tho and dropplng-boari roar of the Iioufc. Hoppers, may be placed on tho "and wator-pan- s ends or front. d fecd-cam- Fish Stories. In your paper of the 13th Inst., writes a reader to tho editor of au Oregon dalb. appears an account of two hunters .in California liberating a live fish from a snako aB being something unusual. One of my neighbors, who Hes near tho Trask River Falls, has two big bull snakes that catch salmon trout and deliver them to a tub of wator near tho back door step, alive, every morning for breakfast. They get In return a dish of warm Tho fammilk night and morning. ily is supplied with fish In this way. of a mile Tho house is from the nearest point of the river and tho flsh rarely arrive dead. Two years ago I helped to drive a bunch of steers across tho divide, and had to ford tho Trask Just below tho falls. Naturally tho animals stopped to drink. I.nst spring a butcher in Forest Grovo extracte'd a salmon from the stomach of one of the steers. The salmon was still aro alive, and after being kept in salt Overcrowding and overfeeding wator for several days was killed and crimes. Kcop tho house in as cool a condi- sold in the regular market. tion as possible. Keep a continual lookout for rats, Careful Bride. wcasles, 'possums, etc. A happy pair had survived the con. We are apt to neglect the hens durgratulations of friends and relatives, ing the late summer months; ' Do not let up In your warfare and wore being whirled rapidly toward the railway station, before bridegroom against tho dcstructlvo louso army. Not enough importance is usually began fairly to realize- that tho vision 'attached to the selection of laying of liveliness nt his side was his own. A dawning censo of what ho had Jicns. All the old stock that Is not wanted done, and of the sacred charge that should now bo disposed of before they was now committed to his caro began to creep upon his bonumbed faculties, Go Into molt. Earnest, sympathetic, intelligent of driving the rose of health from his ,fort wins. It is the secret of success downy cheek and substituting therefor the pallor of haunting responsibilities. .hi the poultry yard. ! "Darling," he whispered softly, "it r Tho oggs should bo kepi in the where it is cool. Hot weather will over bo my sacred care in life quickly stales them. ; Sho interrupted him somewhat It may bo that even while running about on the farm hens cannot find brusquely. "Now," said she, "don't sit on your coat talis that way and got 'tho grit they like, or enough of It. Fine gravel Is not the propor grit Aem wrinkled up, and for goodness-sak!for poultry. They want a sharp don't lay your elbow right In Heaven only knows how with which to grind their feed. tbnt dust! On the average farm, fifty hens long it will bo beforo you get another bring as big returns as the best cow suit. Now, when we get to tho stain the herd with loss feed and care. tion, you'd better got a couple of sandThero Is danger of mating too many wiches in case we get hungry In tho eggs, and hons with one male, and thero is also train, and two Idangor of mating too few for best don't forgot a small papor of salt." three-quarter- s DO lILWNOTRi Coffins in Wfitfe Enamel aad .1 Mined ' It coils less to ue good paint trtcn to go withOffice at Hoicc, East Street. Varnish finish; Caskets in White Enamel, out it. We ic nothing but ocd paint on outTclcplione No. 78. work. Natural Woods, White, Colored and Black and Coppe: Cloth Covered; Slr'cfy Pare lined airtight Caskets; all lengths, and WHITE LEAD regular, extra and double extra widths. Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes constant Puro Linseed Oil, Pure Turpentine 11 ET WE EN and ths most cxpcniiv j colors ly In stock, for immediate delivery. Burial Robes, Wrappers, Suits, Dresses, Tito kind of pait wc uc sere; cracks o: sLonisville and Chicago ales - enly yari cf vkox will remove it. Slippers, etc., in large variety. LtA t fisu:c with you wlicn ready to pt!a Our two licensed Embalmers respond at 15EST LINE TO Vq jusrtntrc a ami durable jab once to calls for such services. lieoc rcntasble. Don't put i 68. Our general equipment is complete and California and the of highest grade. Vast Northwest We have a Funeral Car in service, sub- Telephone No. 254. ject to call anywhere. TeletSTTwo Private dally New stock sewing machine needles Two trains phones, Store 72; Residence 108. French Lick and West Baden Springs. at Roark's for all machines. Residence 150 yards frora store. Prompt service any hour day or night. Main-xross IgjjtBK When your buildings need painllng. cgjry day'i delay, costs you money. The sun. ta.ssosrxnd froit .arc Mitinc in thotr vtvtk . ' otoSccSm tua it decoy ffjitr,t I 4 test jiaJ-- - DRS. HELTSlEY & HELTSLEY (ft (ft- .- it, ,OSTEiy.TJilC. I'ilYSICUSS J 6ENJERAL MERCHANDISE 1 1.. L.f ll. l -- ft. tt .s&f- - G ART BR people. In Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes Hats, Etc., we offer large selections. In Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Farm Implements and such goods our stocks are especially strong. In all departments prices will be found the lowest, and your visits will be highly appreciated. :- -: w -: :- -: first-el- Long-Distan- ilelK UUailtUSi), Ullt.1 Will l Dsoartiiienf IllIC Ui Wc have just added an Undertaking Department to our VUllltl, VUO- f kets, Robes, Suits, Wrappers and Dresses. Also have a Hearse f in service, on cail anywhere. Orders in this line given prompt (f) and careful attention any hour day or night. The J. L. ROARK ESTATE. OMEN L.?,0AP.K. Manager. UNION STATION, LOUISVILLE. UEAUUOllN STATION, CHICAGO. ih'i It 13 a very serious matter to ask : TeleptoKs: Store, Ro. !. Hp, Ro. K or Ro. 3. WAskn for one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For lhi3 reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuinc viz M U to tnko Cardui, fcr your female frnnhlfv:. fipranir wn am ntri It vi!l help vou. Remember that this great female remedy THEDFORD'S DiuinG" and Parlor Gars. Palace Drawing Room Sleepers. E. H. BACON, D. P. A., N. W. Cor. ith and Market Sts. LOUISVILLE. KY. The BRIDGES & SHANNON CO. DEPOY, KENTUCKY Liver Medicine The reputation of- this old, reliable mcdichvi, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is firmly established. It docs not imitate ether medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a Jargcr sale than all others combined. F2- SOLD IN TOWN - NEW YORK IS THE GREATEST THEATRICAL BN it h har, brought relief to thousands of fiber sSck vomen, so why not to p3 eel-.la- to" ! ma-'teri- fes,vaffigart,wia C" jSusfeAj I I For headache, backache, $ periodical pstas, female veak- I ness, rnrny have said it Is the I best medicine to take." Try it I CoM in Tltis City ,ca? g m THE WORLD. Year. Single Copy, 10 8!$, ISstiK!) WKKKLY FRANK QUEEN PUB. C0.(Lid 47 W. 2OTU far. i SHOW PAPER 1 $4,00 Per WE BUY Sakipll! Copy Free. ir.yr.RT j dome, J&uuaxu. rrni.isiiKits, '. J vw Yoht AT rtat tis jpcUer $1 FACTORY PRICES hard-bollo- d GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS Happy the girl, or woman, who has r. 2 vcr suffered from any of the diseases of womanhood! Or, if she has been a sufferer, happy is sho it slie has learned cf the wonderful benefits of Cardui, the woman's tonic! Cardni is a gentle, tonic Tcmedy, for women's ailments. It is a natural meiiicinc safe, harmless, purely vegetable. It has bcon in successful use for more than 50 years. It has cured thousands. It should do the same for you. results. Tho longth of time that a new malo has been placed In a pen of hens will have Boraothing to do with tho fertility of tho oggs. Poultrymen should remember that hens should always bo kept busy searching for food, so that they may get sufficient exercise. Never breed from small, light slock, from closely related stock, from Immature stock; one parent must bo full grown if. the other Is young. On free rango the hens will got a good share of their living, but it is not host to take it for granted that they will support themselves. The fowls should be sent to roost at night with full crops and gel off the roost in tho morning to scratch in straw or leaves for grain during tho day. Fowls should always bo starved for at least 24 hours beforo being killed, bo as to have tholr crops and Intestines thoroughly free frora food of ,ny kind. Ugly Duckling Child's Favorite. "It Is tho plain, simple doll or toy which brings n child out and, in a sense, cducatoB him," says Sir Lauder In the London Dally Mirror. "Tuko tho caee of the little girl and her family of dolls. Thoro aro dolls of all kinds, hut the ono which is loved most by the child Ib tha plain, painted wooden doll with no attractions to speak of. The othor dolls may bo remarkably lifelike and pretty, but it Is this ugly duckling which stimulates her imagination. With boys the plain ball, in my qpinlon, is tho one of tho Marbles, moat valuablo playthings. too. is an excolleut game for children. "Wo have paintings on rocord, which are about 3,500 years old, of Egyptians playing at ball. Throughout history the ball has beon conspicuous aa a I certahily advocato tho plaything. simple doll or toy which leaves something to the Imagination for young children." It II SI II il H i f I i( U If W iFl if I B thin a gents or comnissioa certhi any bank in Louisrille. We furnish Wool Bags ftcc to oar shipyrs. Write for price lid. for you Reference: fcj 5 m NO. 270 Wc hlp nl' velitcles Ditvrt front gU liC c C. O. I). loCitnuimrr npprovalotijoiljvs ft I III IS M ) US If! A,, ft, Aj&. OTP Jm TjfflJ fKi II II If II B B OE IluJIMl u l pmves vory atls Costo very little, s. fnvtory for Intriis. door yunls. Wo miilto fcncliic for lawns, door ynnls, (lflil, hort nml uoultry, rntnlus;. IVrito IINIOM FENCE CO.. Kansas City, Mo. DeKalb, 111. I'M p ti J, IlTnnjjTfiOTlT II ft) ff) if If M if Jl 1 (l m ff B ft 893.' be ;,,i', u! freo!''Irtl,,er an wir ' "VwimMy " I'ntems : n. . 'i' ''"I. M.!r.1 l'aiPiits taken tiir..u,-'- i M.n.n tli lo. recutve Willi. nit ilmwo. in ,u,inlli Aronoe'i;iri.'n-l.4Mia','tMCrllHoiiiuB- y f t!ic p.rm.c5t It Ininorlnncc to the ;ioln- - liudi'v Harness Co. ' - vUav.d have every one vlioiltr.ls i:h u Kn!.t'.'ih;tiii'liii':a:.i ot j Sutlsflc! CtibtcitiH-r- . cacnshiptnentsui .iCMCiIci t value 1:1 onl-;material, woilittiau.ship, n:l s lc f; vehicle that t will he a LtKi!)l Advert and bring uinntiy or!crK iti tctirn. if o j :e. ;c yo;i. hy Sf !liu yi;i tt hoctiy m: U bu;-- f y ,m i: u vi.S at a i'rice lewthe M!I(l!etnot:'a Prulit. r. Orr rerommend our jtikhI-- . to viir nf - l r.r IVct r? . n ; r.i. Mrs. Mary Necly, of Denver, Tenn., says, "I think there is no tonic .on earth, as good as Cardui. I used it with tiie very best results. I had backache and nearly everything a woman could suffer' with, until I took Cardui. Now, I feel belter than I have for two years. I shall always recommend Cardui to olhcr 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 it m Write to; Lsdics Advisory fo r Stwial lrMnKtiom. sad ii pes; Dcrt., Gattanocja MctUdnc Co., CbaUsnceca. Tenn. book, ' rioicc t remittal lor Vomen," sent free J 50 (uaniillrv sih sr-doii- Scieiijifie HtnericatL UrnncU omco, C V BU Waslilnjttou. V. U fr I A tintulsonioly lllnMraleil xrfoklr. dr. culnllou f nnr ixHpntlllo i'liitntil. 'lcrin.(Sn yonr: four nmnilii, L Sola byall liewtileitlcrH. R1UHH & Co.3B'BrMdrtay' Hew Yorft it would be to ii deal. r. If i'.cixlre no. as ov your tuouuy Is nsturwed ta you. vtl.e no Wo mamifncliire Imiirst Vehicles end I.arum, wvdiiiir cuMomcru money. Ill I nle:a niifrtJ. NVrilc for our I'rec Ilnjtiy atiil Ilarnto Ccto!tttt BLOBU BUGGY fi HARNESS COrtlPA pt.l - rurc tcn:c- rh. ' ; OWEKSD0R0. ItErfTUCiri scribe for Ute Record Only 50c. jt companies his of course An Independent Newspnper. Miatie tnc rate ingner, everjone pay rOBLISHKl) TIH'WIUTi' for the crimnal acts of the few. In Ins closing remarks he said: "The meanest msn in all ihe OniBK I.. ItOAHN, OVRM UlCF, Secretary. community is the man who burns President. OlIKX . KOAKK, KOITOR. In Heilin, if a for the insurance. Telephone, No. 72. fire occurs in a residence or a busiOtHct iu new iiunoi renr of store. rriuil floor. ness place, the owner is charged with a crime, lie must prove it year, ih advance. so was caused neither by carelessness nor design, or he not only cannot TERMB. Tl; prlc of the (toper I pAjra collect insurance but he must pay . an.-.'wheu the linir mlih vaper will w M)tpcu. t. hir i ii for the time of the firemen and for Cards or UuuiUn. oWtuir.v ntin, etc.. If not ! loii.-i-ifree. A other property loss incurred." tfii lint'. i.i;,liml 0' n idi- for :! c" f .V. ht !l:;r will t ft TIIIE kt-- F K- - a ji. 3 been sustained, and were often plucked. RECORD PRESS, I-- Lonn-Dlstar.- msnn oi ! . il-- I . bunr-vplro- - 1m - i'ljr lint s. vj a. 7-- N. viir.nUon f tUU rule to iinj-oi"- . Kro :ampi i)los will l in;iilil. ti'ii'riils will lie in u'f.t.l. A will Im- - furnSlKd on : Vr : unit lr;i"..!--- . re a:i.: AI"lreHtt al. -. !I 11. miLUt'ifC payMli.f t ppn't. rtt . UrT.v 12. K THURSDAY, OClQBtR iiiv-!,l.!- i-. PH. Kj Kilercfl m tin areooil'rlnti I'l.ilt' Sm.mi. rettijts if , tlm-- and hos at the tenuis f t! e pro vision trade have often been icn f l;i;h moat pn f s. as explanations Therefore there is some ciiciuir.iye the mcnt in the Let that : Mi ml-.CRllle liriipts M tt. Paul and Om;i ) rt ' " f r 4 ha cxt tided u 11 v.Lck the uceij ts th:-i- rtccn!?, oflioysai I t;d t!hii-ag-wer- larger efre ;t au :itm-isix ears. It nu-a- l j.rii i S the past do not come dwn sonic lither t ol cuse besides the sc.mt Mippii-livestock will have to be i.;rntctl. 1 0 1 isn't to miii h po:i;ical j;hos: dancii.g that has i ptratid to i rrate ::s the piibh n slow down iu UMiit of high prices. When ths consumer is too hardly prcsstd he is compelled to eccnoniUv. It suits spct ulators, proj bets of ci.U mity and monopo lists wallowing in profits obtained by restraint of tiade in a corneicd maiket to asci'ibe the halt in business to other tausi-s- , but the main cause remains apparent. The things Mrs. Julia Driskill is visiting her men desire to buy have been put out son, Mr. Charley lloyd. of reach fcr the common purse. Ii Mrs. lelle Jackson attended conwould help matters to cut down tar ference in Greenville, j iff rates and smash the Trusts. Miss Annie Jeflers spent Friday Infantile parahsis is "nouTccog-nizo- night with Miss Lucy Pannell. Mr. Grovcr Vick and wife visited as an infectious disease which Uecpmc dangerous- - Mrs. Nina Dorr Sunday. 'Buntiic and Bessie linen " BV1 TTTnfffafiESftlS"licnllh autlibrities in Pennsylvania an.on visited Miss Annie Jeffers Sunlead to the conclusion that the mos- day. Miss Mary Matins and her father quito is a carrier of the disease. The house fly also stands accused by moved from our neighborhood last reputable Michigan physicians ol week to Powdcrly,- and we regret to the dissemination of the paralysis lose them. Miss Nellie Gailbreath called on microbe. Whether or not the mos Miss Annie Jeflers Sunday afterquito and the fly arc guilty, as indicated, may still be matter of sci- noon. Mr. Zilman Hope aud family and entific question, but it is no longer open to doubt that they are enemies Mrs. Bowcn Corlcy visited Mrs. of safe and sanitary living deserved- Nina Dorr Sunday. Mr. Bayless Hope and family, of ly worthy of universal outlawry and Greenville, visited Mr. W. G. Warextinction. ren Sunday. Tint increased output of gold and Mrs. Ida Uellc Lovell, of this city, crop failures have operated throughand Mr. Lawrence Sullivan, of out the world to increase the cost Wilkes-Barr- r, Pa., were married at of living by at once cheapening the medium of exchange and lessening Springfield, Tenn., on Sunday, Oct. the supply of foodstuffs. And so it 1, but was not announced for a happens that the cost of living has week. The groom is leading comeDraadvanced in free trade England. dian with the Gcntcr-Edward- s matic Co., which was here for a is seized upon by ProtectThis fact ionist journals as furnishing proof week last year. The company will that tariffs on food products have spend the winter in the South, and no influence in unduly advancing Mrs. Sullivan will' join her husband prices. The absurdity of such rea- in Alabama in a short while. The soning is readily shown by compari- couple have the best wishes of our son of the cost of food, clothing and people. W " d The third ami last of the special s,.r.l(.ea w,n sc held at the Y. NU c v building next Sunday The hymns tcnu)i;U at 3 0clock. ()f v ny Crosby will be used at this meeting; her hymns are used as nun h and possibly more than any other writer at this time. Thestudy of her hymns is also interesting beRev. G. cause of her being alive. P. Dillon will give the talk about her life and work. She has wii ten some beautiful solos and duets which will be rendered. Everybody, both men and women, are invited to attend this service. Our members and friends are glad Friendship Notes. to know that our secretary MrvGco. All the farmers arc getting in their Anderson is recovering from the secrops, expecting frost pretty soon. vere injuiics received in a fall at Mr. C. M. Po)d anil family visit- the fire. He is able to kit up, and ed Mr. J W. J hnsnn Sunday. will soon be out. it is hoped. ra Dov'e and Mi.ms Tire Losses Adjusted. ifcessie Kciiiud) spent Kuday night with Mrs. ,iii!cy Powell. Fire insurance adjusters have Mi;s Susie Panucll visited in been here for several (Us, and (j.ccnville from i'riday to Monday. settlements have been made on Mrs. K. 15. Rice visited her mothmost of the losses, as follows: er Tuesday. Sentinel, $6,000 hiburaiicc, settleMr?. Mary Shellon visited Miss ment $. 400 and the salvage. Mary M uhis Tuesday. J. W. Lun, building. Sj.ooo in Miss Zorn l.anley visited Miss surance, $1,900 piyment. I).ive Kennedy Saturday. Hohannon & Koontz, carried Miss Annie Jitters atttiulcd church and were paid 1,350 insurance, ill Saturday night. at Pleasant $95- Miss Eur a Ii;ll had her regular E. E. Reno had $0oo ru h s iti'lir Suuda) aficn.oon. household goods, and received 200 A very g.Jod crowd attended the for damage. singing Sunday afternoon, and there Rolu. Hardisnn, Jr.; was paid will be singing every Sunday at 2.30 $125 for damage to office furniture: o'clock until the meeting, which be- he carried $600 insurance. gins the first Sunday in November. 1). J. Duncan had $1,250 on office Mr. and Mrs. James Gray visited furniture, and cliim a loss of $950; Mr. Floyd I'ord last Sunday. adjusscr has not arrived. Miss Susie Pannell went to the The payments by the companies sorghum making Wednesday after- have been extremely liberal, and all noon at Mr. J. In.. James'. losers are satisfied with the Miss Dovyc Kennedy was the guest of Miss Zora Langley SaturMr. Marvin Wells is in Louisville, day night and Sunday. Mrs. Fannie Knight spent Sun where he again will enter the Louis ville College of Pharmacy. day night with Mrs. J. P. Pannell. I ' ; af-in- g 11 tUc i rav a g s SB v a ns I" g- t, tt, t H B&JflSifcSB itllN -na MIZ S ill I I&l"f-l- f III I V I I T RIZENDfNE' ;s 1 ynwssiyy unmi Greenville, Ky, i K' Ik, Saturday 3 pkgs. A. & H. Soda 5 lbs. Keg Soda 3 pkgs. Bejri TootK Pick yon can bay for 3 fears TI only: Appreciating' yom past patronage we solicit al! or part of your futtsre Banking business. TII0S. E, SUMNER, Cashier. 0! Ivory So&p . xtijr Pet ei10 TELEPHONE (incortokatbd) & TELEGRAPH GO Long distance linos and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost TrnnA.fi. o , TVTiecstaeirir ...,ww.wrj. Wo can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with tho people of the? great section of the oouritry. We coiicit your patronage. Rates reasonHHnGiS. KcntSJCkv. , anyivncro in t,outncrn Indiana, Southern. a.vJ Loufoiann. able. Equipments and facilities LfLAKD HUME, nif-.- i: z. caudiaf;.!., tipn'l err? D. W ERO, V roaasjrer? 1 I iN Double-face- d 10-inc- h, i Two records m one THE FIRST NATIONAL GREEIWIUE, KENTUCKY DIRECTORS W. A, Wickliffc, W, G. Duncan, C, E Martin, R. T. Martin, E. J. Purycar, Cf M, Martin, Jno, T, Reynolds, Jr. The standing and responsibility of the men who constitute our Board of Directors arc a guarantee of careful, judicious management, Some one in your home prefers vocal music. You'd rather have instrumental. You can both be suited with a Victor Record. h, BANK Two records in one almost at the price of one 75 cents; $1.25. The rain kept down the numbers, but did not dampen the enthusiasm and spirit of good fellowship of the old soldiers who attended the annu al reunion of Co. II. at the home of Mr. J. N. Durall last Saturday. Carloads of strike breakers arc handled tlairvsomeuH the men being returned to the .East, and others being tuken down South to various points on the I. C . stilT being A Ge fieneral Insurance rnnrnrnnf tbe Hone onrn fn nf u. mm Tlfrl?nt7 lisLtars M wA 7. writes ail Outside clcanliress is less than hal the battle. A man may scrub himself a dozen times a day, and still be unclean. Good health means cleanliness not only outside, but inside. It means a clean stomach, clean bowels, clean blood, n clean liver, and new, clean, healthy tissues. The man who is clean in this way will look it and act it. He will work, with energy and think clean, clear, healthy thoughts. He will never be troubled with liver, lung, stomach or blood disorders. JLyspcpsia end indigestion originate in unclean stomachs. Iilood diseases arc found where there is uuclcac blood. Consumption nnd bronchitis mean unclean lungs. law ,: H kinds of farm and city property. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery prevents, these diseases. It makes a man's tnsidcs clean and healthy. Itclcnns the digestive organs, makes pure, clean blood, nnd clean, healthy flesh. It restores tone to the nervous system, and cures nervous exhaustion and prostration. It contains no alcohol or drugs. Constipation is the most unclean unclcanlincss. Or. Picrcc'o Pleasant Pd! lets cure it. They never gripe. Easy to take as candy. habit-formin- g - Judge O'Rcnr will speak here to dya. A great crowd is expected. The I. C. strike is about over, so far as the movement of trains is concerned. It is predicted that the men will return to work soon on all the Harriman lines, without further conference with the company or the union. There is prospect of some fine weather, and fanners will be busy as bees, getting everything in shape for winter. Coal mines hope to resume full runs very soon, as cars are promised regularly. Messrs. J. W. McCauley and A. 12. McCrackcn are in Louisville, delegates from the local lodge to the state grand lodge of the I. O. O. V. will ui m. Y 1 .', FIRE LIFE EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY STEAM I BURGLARY GIVE 'US A KITCHEN (ABUTS AT ROARK'i BONDS CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE. .CKWELL GREENVILLE, IR KY. in countries where there is no tariff restriction on importations with the higher prices in the United States. It is also shown by the proposed exigent reduction of tariff duties in Germany, Trance and other European States where there have been food riots.' The popular clamor for cheaper bread and meat invariably leads to .the ex posurc of the tariff pinch as a cause of famine. other necessaries Cmicaod observed last Monday as the foitieth anniversary of its great fire. There were many speakers from all over the country, and the addresses were along the lines of fire prevention. The meat notable address was delivered by Illinois State Fire Marshal C. J. Doyle. He deplored the lax building laws in this coutry, also the slack manner in which fires were investigated. he said, was one of the greatest causes of fires, and suggested that we should adopt the stringent methods in use in Europe, where no one could insure property for more than the amount on which raxes are paid, and not to that amount if the board of control suspected that tax lists were raised with intent to defraud. The laws ;n many ofour StatQ, he said, enas insurcouraged incendiarism, ance companies were compelled to Over-Insuranc- e, Scores of our people have received letters duiing the past week from conference delegates who were their guests. All of them speak cntlu- siastically of the royal treatment received here, and express themselves as delighted with the city, which is one of the best that the delegates had visited for along while. There will be a wide enlargement of the fame of Greenville from the hundreds of visitors we entertained during conference. Gov. Willson issued a proclamation directing Kcutuckians to e last Monday as- F'irc Prevention day. It was the fortieth anniversary of the great Chicago fire, and many states so observed the :lay. School children were told of the vast damage, ' and were given talks along the lines of fire prevention. Mr. James Gates, of McNary, was here a few days dining the week, the guest of his friend Otto A. Roth-crt- , of Louisville. A fine new girl has been the guest of honor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Jones since noon last M FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS 1 ne regular pneo is 25. jjS 'or inosewno nring or man Saturday. Sk9 this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us Igjjj where they saw it will he able to have one reserved at the low rate of Books and stationery are included. No time limit. If not ready Mr. R. II. Lyon reports a novel buy one for future use. ty in the matter of a cherry tree at his home which is in second bloom, and with small new leaves forming. He has no hopes that the f.uit will mature. oniy 9 A SB if B 31 f 2TBI hup hf nun Eh ' 9ii g. ujf K j 3 . U If 'Y bur INeigiiboi' son as f?5. B B f and you have not, 'just etep into his house some evening and ak htm if he would now tolerate any other- - kind of lighting in his home. You'll feel the same way about it after you have once tried electric lighting. Wc leave it to you to say hov good is our furniture polish. We know it is the best we can bay, and soli under a guaran tee. 1 not the best you ever used, return and get your money quick and pleas antly. . ROARK. For a firstclass shave, up to date hair cut, electric massage, good shoe shine, hot, cold and shower This should be a busy season with baths, go to Sam R. Martin's barber the coaJ mines of the county, and shop, near the Max Weir corner. there are plenty of orders, but the. mines on the I. C. arc being handiDo you drink coca-coin- ? Then capped by the strike, ' and cars are try ours. It is pure and refreshing, h not delivered in more thau a 20 Taylor & Poole. the quantity needed. The mines If you have a wnlch or clock out located on the L. & N. are running of running order, jewelry to be refull time. paired, or sewing machines out of Give us your order for fresh meat. service, bring them to KcCracken Coombs & Co. and get firstclas guaranteed work. Quick delivery. one-fift- Find out from us how easily your house can be wired. Scs the new Edison Mazda Lamps that give twice as much light as ordinary electric lamps that use the same current. New Edison Mazda Lamps arc strong enough for ail ordinary usage, beingmany times stronger than the old tungsten kaaps. PRINCIPAL I ' wmwm Ligni & Co. I BUSINBRS COLLEGE Wt,. Second nnd Walnut Streets. llOHPOBATKO, ' KY. INCORPORATED fl Ad S N LOUSSVILLF. Jg? Ml: j?.. , I fcBI II 111! Special Commissioner's Sales, farmers TO BE nstitu HELD Hopkins Circuit Court. AT t: - - v. U. E. DONNELL, Pltff. INKERMAN Uy IN EQUITY. BAILEY, &c Deft.. GREENVILLE, KENTUCKY Ocitober 17th. and I8II1., (911 1 JfrHS kl&$3L r. '4 1 Absolutely pyge Makes delicious foods ot mssdssmm quality at mkimmi eosi. virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Hopkins Circuit Court, rendered at the September term thereof, It 1, iu the above styled cause the undersigned will, on Mowlny the (Hh day of November, lull, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 5 o'clock P. M., nt the Court Mouse door iu the Manager Oilman Kills Fish Hawk. programme: 10.00 a.m. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 17 Meeting called to order by J $J Mr. J. A. (lilman, manager of the light xnd water plant, killed a line specimen of fish hawk at the lake at borne-feake- d the plant Tuesday morning. Early last spring there was a hawk that ranged around the lake for many weeks, but he disappeared, and only a few days ago this bird appeared and he is supposed to be the same one, as the size and marks arc the same, lie had caught tcveral fish from the. lake, and Mr. Gilmau de The only Baking Powder termined to kill him. He had no made from Royal Grape Jar trouble in creeping within shooting distance, and the first shot was efCream fective, as he found the hawk sitting near ihe lake on the shore. Mr. fio Atom No ILFsScQ Phosphates Oilman took the bird to Mr. Orien W L. Roatk, and requested that it be embalmed. This has been done, and in a few days will be on display at that store. Tnis is the first speMrs. 1.. V. Irvin was called to cimen that has been killed here, and I. (. R. R. LOCAL TIME (ARD. Lexington Tuesday to the bedside attracted much attention; it was of l'rof. Oscarlrvm, who is a, suf- large, measuring five and one half feet in spread of the wings. ferer from typhoid fever. raf I Makes home baiting a I of Tartar Mr. Isaac V. Rickctts, aged 72 ll.iiiun years, lixpi-v-1..M lm IOt died at his home near the HM IuNvllle Limit; l I.llhaln l!Ul Central City iiiTnnnlatlon 7.15 pm depot at S o'clock last Friday night, ttUl'TU mil' Ml. from ailments incident to his adNO. ii.15 am vanced age. 133 l'lulnoaU nnJ Cairo acnmi Uurial was at Pleas14.10 pm 121 Pnltuii afcHiHiMlntlni 101 New Orleans xjircinl LIOpiU ant Hill Saturday afternooix at 3 lftlX. O. npc. (I.oiiixvlllo paHnr. tuily) 1.30 am o'clock, He is survived by his W. O. Clixwroni), At. Juiioo. 11)11. widow and two children, and one step-son- , Mr. John Farmer, of NO. li2I.oni-.villc :.m:tii ihi mi. Delightful Reunion of Co. II. l"n-- . - O'Rcdr here today. Fall time at last got here. Sec Coombs & Co. sell your beef hides. before you o 27 Mr. and Mrs." Frank Bains haye a See Bm's Saturday specials. new boy at their home, their firstborn, and since Tuesday afternoon The. ice man has about lost his he has been the center of interest. hook, ?tttgss atnt havbeea general tbis week, Coltli arcTnttmerdOs. . CountzIepGarne'tt. Garnctt $3r. and Mrs. Joseph Fauntleroy will give in marriage their )aok Frost is on the go again, daughter, Mary Elizabeth to Mr. and will soon be here. George Edwin Countzlcr on the evening of Wednesday October Miss Lena Arnold your eighteenth. . Give The weddtng will be laundry; goods called for and quietly solemnized at Woodlawn l'lace, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Garnctt, only the near relatives and Fish Wednesday and Saturday at a few friends being present. J., E. Coombs & Co. Kentuckian. This announcement will please Born Tuesday afternoon to Rev. the many friends of Mr. Countzlcr and Mrs. 0. A. Barbec, a boy. here, where he was engaged in- business for many years. Miss Gar Let Mc fix your clock. nctt has visited here a few times, Oystcs, Celery, Fish at Coombs and is a beautiful, attractive woman. Many friends here are extending & Co. congratulations and best wishes. Hop-kinsvil- the particular Floods appear If you want a milk chocolate, means of property destruction and strawberry milk or Bimbo Flip, we loss of life just now. Taylor & Pooi.k. have it. This is Columbus Duy. There Sec Big Ben' at Macks will be no special observance here. making shop. The cold man caught many persons before they had seen the coal man. All kinds fresh and salted meats A watch Kentuckian Abroad. The annual reunion of Co. II., Eleventh Ky Infantry, took place l, Saturday at the home of J. N. near Old Bethel. Although it rained the greater part of the day, seven of the fifteen veterans ol this company still living in Muhlenberg, were present. Besides these, four veterans of other companies and more than seventy five other visitors took part in the celebration. The Durall house and yard were decorated with flags and a picture of Col. S. P. l.ovc was placed on exhibition lor the occasion. Dinner was serv ed to the crowd. Among the many other things on the bill of fare were large layer cakes made of red, white and blue layers, artistically decorat cd with candy, forming .the letters "Co. IT." In the afternoon addresses were delivered by IT. C. McCrackcn, O. Rothert and J. H. Brown. The veterans accepted the invitation of W. IT. Smith and will hold their next meeting at his home, near Paradise, on the first Saturday in May The old soldiers present 10 1 2. were: win. iu. l.cwis. w. bto- baugh, S. W. Brown, J. N. Durall, John W. Lewis, John Coombs, John Casebier, of Co. H. H. C. Mc. Cracken, Co. K., J. H. Brown, Co. B., W. IT. Smith, Co. I., all of the Eleventh Ky. Int., John L. G. Thompson, Co. G. 2nd III. Cavalry and Mike Hannah, formerly of the Austrian army. The members of Co. IT. still liv ing in Muhlenberg but not present at this meeting are: Joe Gossctt, J. L. Wilkins, James Whitehousc, W. C. Grundy, Gabe J. Doss, Chailcs Lewis, J.' K. Frcctnan'Sr. and R. W. Kasper. I)u-ral- town of MadlbouvtUe, Ky., (beintr County Court Day) proceed to expose to IM'IJLIC SALB to the hifhet.t bidder, the following described property, viz: FII5ST: A certain lot or parcel of Shadoin and Hubert Meredith. bind in fee simple, lyinjf on both sides Commercial Fertilizers, J. G. Barklcy. of the Louisville" Nashville Railroad, General discussion by the Institute. just east of Manitou, and fronting on 2.30 p. in. The Orchard, method of planting, pruning, spraying, etc., C. S. Kirk. the public road. Ueginniny iu the Haymaking, J. H. Burney, J.W. Oatea. middle of the Providence and Madison-vill- e road, where the north line of the WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 18 of the Louisville fc Nash9J0 a. m. Meeting called to order by Director Kirk. ville Railroad Company intersects the south Hue of said road: near the tirst ' Devotional, Dr. Henderson. Agiicuhure in Public Schools, Prof. C. crossing. ettsL of Mnuitou; and running C. I lay den and Judge'R. O. Pace. thence with middle of said public loud Corn Growers Contest and the Boy on S W 13 poles to a stone: thence the Farm, Frank Doss and J. E. Shaver S I W Mi poles to a stone on the south AFTERNOON SESSION bank of a brunch: thcs:cc up said JO p. m. Corn and iU Cultivation, L. L. branch with its meanders and the Shadoin. southern bank thereof, general course The Improvements of our Road', T. O. S7 K.1t poles to a stake and Jcnes, J. L. Boggess and S. O. Sears. Tobacco and ita Cultivation, C. S. Ki k passing the fork thereof and eontinu- General discussion by InsliHit. ng on up the southern and southeast Grnsicn and their iroport&nc? on ti.e ern Uu kof the northern fork of said Farm, Rev. Truman and J. V. OaN . genera! branch with its meander Wheat Docs it Pay to Grow It? L y- , 1, u 20 poles course. N .1 curs us Whitson. poles to the center poles S .11 R 2D Round Tabic Ditcua&ion by Institute, line of said thence with led by Hubert Meredith. said line S .V.) 2 poles to the intersec tion with the south line of said right- If you want that dead watch or thence SO feet to the begin clock put to work, let Mc have it ning, containing exclusive of the and he will put it to running. church lot and railroad acres. Theie being reserved out of said boundary the church lot. as located in the N. W. corner thereof, and it is understood that the Louisville fc Nashville Railroad Co. has a right- across this boundary to feet in width on each side of the center of More than nine out of every said tract. ten cases of rheumatism are SKCON1): Also all the coal and min right-of-way j j 11 V right-of-waright-of-way C. S. Kirk. Devotional, Rev. O. A. Baibec. Welcome Address, Prof. C C. I laydcn Response, L. L. Shadoin, Lecturer. Orynnizntion of Farmers, C. S. Kirk and J. IT. Burney. Election of Delegates to attend State Institute. AFTERNOON SESSION I JO p. in. Mnlnng and Saving Soil, L. L. doof Streets in tiie Towns and miii Ms in tiie Country ing and mineral privileges belonging it the date of the filing of this suit U lefendant, Iukerman Bailey, Sr. in. to Hid under a tract of about 2700 acre's of land, situate, lying and being on the waters of Rogue's Pond, Clear and Uose Creeks, in Hopkins County, Ken tucky, and consisting of .VI tracts, lying together and forming one body, immediately south of said 27 acre tract, described in several tracts: de scription of winch can be seen on application to the undersigned. Or ft sufiiuiunt tbercr? to pioduce the sunt .f 'itM.!':,, the unount of money so ipder:! to be made and 51, the costs hereof,, TERMS: Salo will of the muscles, due to cold or damp, In or chronic rheumatism. "such cases no internal treatment is required. The free application of simply rheumatism are the best index of a country's progress iveness and prosperity. The economical advantages are so great that many attrac propositions can be offered to pros Chamberlain's tive 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 Boreness.' Price 25c; large size, 56c pective settlers. credit of six months. The purchaser will be required to give bond, with ap proved security, for the payment of the purchase money, to have the force and effect of a judgment, bearing legal interest from the day of salo with ft lien reserved upon said property, until ill the purchase money has been paid. .MAl'RICE K. CORDON, Special Comr. Hopkins Circuit Court. R. E. DONNELL, le made on a Every Waltham Watch move- - l mcnt 13 guaranteed by tho xnanu- fneturers against any defect in 1 material or construction. This V suarantco is without time limit, nnd holds good tho world over. y I I l arise 1 1 & W. i Fox Storehouse I J oo Monday, OctoDe 1 10 a.m. ; , i . Pkff. hUUl Y. Dcfta. INKERMAN BAILEY, SR., &c NOTICE of SALL IN 1 By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Hopkins Circuit Court, at J. E. Coombs & Co. . Read the legal ads. of sales to be made by Master Commissioner Gor don, of Hopkins county, on Mon- day, Oct. 30. The I. C. strike is not affecting local shipments of merchandise, which is being handled as usual, but it has practically stopped the impor tant coal industry, only one day be ing made last week, on account of a , lack of cars. Mrs. May Reno, of State College, Pcnna., arrived here last Saturday, and will spend two weeks with her mother and relatives and friends. Burr Grist Mill. My new burr atton; call on your merchants grist mill is in oper for Also ready to White Flint meal. furbish the public with chicken feed and chopped corn. J. A. Siiavur. jl 23 Two carloads of western horses utc attracting many hundreds of people to the lot next the Lam buildings on Main street. Many of the horses liave been sold, and our people will have until Saturday night to make selections. per Home rendered lard & Co. pound. J. E. Coombs i2c. Atlantic City is fast becoming the convention city of America, and this year has entertained more than two score national conventions, almost all ranks of the fraternal, commer cial, mechanical and professional The boTlies being represented. newspapers feature strongly all such events, and the recent annual meet ing of the National Funeral Direct ors' Association was particularly well covered. The Daily Press had this to say of the delegate from Ken tucky: "Orien L. Roark, of Greenville, Ky., is here attending the National Funeral Directors' Association, the delegate from his state. Mr. Roark has the distinction of being the only newspaper man and embalmcr in attendance, and the strange combination of occupations is a very rare one, being widely commented upon among the delegates. Mr. Roark is the editor of The Record, published in his home town, where he also conducts an undertaker's establish ment and furniture store. Kentucky, in the Indian language, means 'dark and bloody ground,' and Mr. Roark, who is approaching the station of a Colonel, is so enthusiastic and loyal a Kentuckian that he wears the darkest red hair that could be found anywhere." Stanley will be Congressman V here tomorrow, and will draw large crowd. The Record 50c. per year. House and Land for Rent. The Captain Roark 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. Ap ply to Orien L. Roark, Greenville, Ky. Many of the members of the Methodist church called at the par sonage luesdav night and made a call. on the new pastor, held over, When the party broke up after a delightful evening Mr. and Mrs. Dillon found themselves the possess' ors of many delicacies that will be enjoyed this winter. rendered at the September term there of, 1U1.1; in the above styled cause, the undersigned will, on Monday, the between thirtieth day of October, the hours of ten o'clock A. M. and three o'clock 1. M., at the Court House door in the town of Greenville nroeeed toexpoMi to 1TBL1C SALR, to the highest and best bidder the following described property, viz: The coal and mining rights and priv ileges of, in and to and under 70 tracts Muhlenberg of laud near Bremen, county. Kentucky, aggregating about 1,700 acres, more or less and known as the Iukerman Bailey Coal Field. Such of said traets as lie adjoining and form ing the main tracts will be sold together as a whole and any isolated tracts will be sold separately aud the Com- misbioner may then sell the- isolated tracts and the main body togothor aud may aceept the most advantageous bid or bids. Orn sufficient quantity to produce the sum of S.VJU0D. 'ITi, the amount of money so ordered to be made, and Sl.- 122.30, the costs hereof. - Waltham Watches now in use Wc have a large assortment of Waltham Watches in Gold, Gold Filled, Silver and Nickel Cases. 12,000,000 The Stock Consists of Dry Goods, Notion Clotning, Its, Caps, Groceries, Hardware, a. e. Mccracken. Needles for all sewing machines at Roark's. Oieeoswa 1 tats, G Sore fixtures e Gasoline tocks are all in liberal quantities and in first-clacondition, ss MJKY CHIEF, TERMS- - Sale on a credit of 3 and 6 months, note Registered Poland China Boar. Services at J. E. Coombs' farm at SI, due when service with approved security required. is rendered. J. 0. COOMBS, Greenville, Ky. . Adinx. of W. S. Fox, deceased. M. D. FOX, Eades Pittman Baird was born MAC RICK K. GORDON, lime or spare Monday afternoon to Mr. and Mrs Hpecial Cojnr., Hopkins Circuit Court. not essential. Whole time. Address, with rclerences, J. T.'C- Baird, and is receiving the F. h'aii banks, Good Housekeeping . Special Hates 1. C. R. R. honors of the Magazine, 381 Fourth Ave., New FALL RAC15 MEBT1NC. Piano Tuning. CHURCHILL DOWNS. York City. first-born- WAN I'lCD Housekeeping Good TI3RMS: Sale will be made on a purchaser Magazine requires the services of a credit of six months. The will be required to give bond, with representative in Greenville to look approved security for the purchase after subscription renewal and to exmoney, to have the force and effect of tend circulation by special methods u judgment, bearing legal interest from sucthe day of salts with a lien reserved up which have proved unusually all the pur- cessful. Salary and commission. on baid property, until Previous experience desirable, but chase money is paid- - e Are Here WitH yearling Colts up to work Horses. -- These II, 1011. Louisville, Sept. I will be in Greenville a short Typewriter ribbons, all machines, Limit Oct. IS, Date of sale Sept. time tuuing and rcparing pianos at Roark's o fare plus Vjc round trip: Sept. I can furnish the best of references limit two iluVs from to Oet. .V12-1and guarcntce satisfaction. faro plus ?.le R. T. date of wile, I Give us your job work. limit two day Arthur G. Hopkins, Phone 72. Oet. 7, twins 2t from date of sale, one fare plus 23c H.T. Fresh, smoked and salted meats printing orders to GRAND LODUR MASONS GRAND of all kinds at J.- E. Coombs & Co's Give your job CHAR. MASONS OR IvY. Tint Rkcokd. o 20 market. 1 2S-siat-12- are all well bred and good clean stuff. We will be here until October 14. If you want a Horse of any kind, come and Louisville. Kv.. Out. 17-l- Date of and for traih 104 Oct. County Farmers' Institute here for all sale Oet. 17. Limit Oct. 23? One- fare plus 25e Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 8 the big guns on the speaking list round trip. during this campaign, and many The auto fever is about dead for Politics is getting its full share of large crowds will be here before the this season. talk and action now. election. Greenville is on the list see our splendid offerings. - 17-1- Eli ARNETT & DOCKERY. V . - - V,, Hil - , y- V' ROARK e, WdJlpdtper, Shades, Moldings, Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper, Slippers, Grve Vax!is. Disinfection ROARK IINGING HILLS AND CLIF.-- Examples of tha Way in Which Nature Creates Musical Sounds Arn Numerous. In certain parts of I be lorhl aro mountains ami hills which we all by the nativos to slug. Ia the Pyrenees certain cliffs emit plaintive sounds the strains it a barn. Tv ether cliffs in tV :ane c'nam niv When the v.iml called the 'snoicr.a ia in the southwest I' ry eud peculiar souud pet a'Usthir musical. The faces of thesv cUHs pre marki-by deep gnUlcs onn i: front, which may bo compared lo the pipes of an crgau. At certain l!:r.cs a stratum ut air, held between Uo cliff ami trees, elcses the cn nin.;s ycV.lW tho wfml blows frfe'.j bftv.ien t' the frallles. cr c;;.n pij.e. bohlnd; hence the muric ihar !s h :.rl. At the ecnflunco cJ tt e Orinoco a u which the Rio Meta ate Krvvie sing at Ecnritv. rv.rb.Mi r. ' r to the phenomenon r t'.u- :uj?'cal ftoacs ran.d of the Orinoco. 1h :.:i;lr air by the rush cf :1c rxran.l'ns by "y fissur-- s With My Back." "I Suffered Years Rackache resulting from weak kidneys, a bad cold or other cause, usually renders the sufferer unfit for work and often results :n permanent disability. "I suffered for years with my back, or kidney trouble, and have tried n number of remedies from different physicians. More than a year ago, one of our local druggists induced me to try Heel Tie Courier- HENRY WATTERSON Editor. CAN FURNISH VOL Qi tir Nai Our Aim Of has been before the public for 30 years, most of the time right on the spot where we arc now located. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pills ik!i - 1 , in 1 CO. ri ' t bo cited makes rs. of irlnelple v.h'.c'.i Live b n adopted 3:1 rf musical by man In t!v ( r rounds. Nor ;r r.? r.:t:tral rcrnds ef nature csnfiir.l t ) rcrV.s, ncintaias. br.ik ar.d hll'.p. for in i: . a all i3 a V fifty fect h!s'i v.'.ich. v. tic the hr.l t i:; t: 0 tcx?? sau.l. proi3 moved duces a sound IS' e r t f a iv.cloc'wn. It Is said th t if lb? obc?rvcr slides down tlu bvi't en Ufa hack, tlnuccin Icth krr.cN in the rand, the Bound becomes a3 lead as faint thun dcr. Many mcrf to show that ! ea 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- ge constantly has been lo sell the best goods in our lines, at the most reasonable prices. Our services are of the highest grade, our wares the best, and our equipment compares with the best of the iarger cities. We endeavor constantly lo increase our usefulness. m Oup Claim On your patronage is based on a service the duration of an ordinary life time, and a square deal assured every one. The accumulated experience and knowledge of this third of a century' are at your command. AfV WIS - i.r.t.r' Dr. Miles' by Anti-Pai- n Pills - p.-.- 11 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 clruoa'sts under a guar-ants- e assurinn the return or the prlco of the flret box If no benefit rccults. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. to The mr. J. L. ISOAiK Estate ORIEN L. ROARK, Manager SL & ab-ju- AND II! I! FURNITURE tslaDlislied 1879 Lon$ Distance EALERS IREC TORS Telephones: WEEKLY Store U Home 108 AX COURIER-JOURNA- L A & TELEGRAPH GO, (i::cosron.72r) HER WORDS SPOILED IT ALL Bulbs of all Kinds in Slock. Miss Lena Arnold has in stock all kinds of bulbs, and now is the time liOTII ONE YKAK FOR Cceeulation Ab:vt Ihe Sv."et-FaceWaitress Cled Cu Entirety Whsn . She Spoic. - mm&m n Thcr? were u'o'cs, a'.so, cf course. for it was really a v?ry gocd rostau rant and one f.iat I had consistently pntronlxcd duri. g r.y r.ntcm;ptial career, but now that wife and the baby had gone to the country for two weeks tra-loaccompani (sans nny tra-lamwit on hit nart. ba assured) its emed to me that owed it to romln sit at luisM'Trr r cJif'.ar daysto again curing shccthtipttv mm o 1 d 1 myorary grasswidowheod. oman of about found inysoli itnhk mv order and 'busy snaculatlnx upon the strango vl olssltudes of fato that might reduce and obvious re- a woman of her .finonicut to such a rphc.ro of action in her docllnlng years. Had she loved, n.anied and burle itho cue swootheart of htr youth, or was she still lonslug for' the "letter (that never came?" The wistful ex ;nri!ssIon of her roft brown eyes in Icllned me to the latter belief. However. I ImuI finished my mod est luncli and was waiting more cr le: patiently for my check. When I final 'ly caught her eye sho moved over to '.tho csuntcr, and, after fading firt in ono and then In the ether r.ockct or hor immaculato'.y vhita apron and slapping virloua portions cf the ample anatomy withcttt .v'.s'.blo result, murmured, quite audlb'y: "Whcro the dlrkcn-- did I put them checks?" Chicago ileccrd-Hcrald- . Following arc ready for delivery, and orders taken for others, and prompt deChinese Sacred livery guaranteed: Lillies, 10c each, 3 for 25; Paper White Narcissus, Crandiflora, 2 for 5c, 30c doz; Roman Hyacinths, Single White, 5c cadi, 50c doz; HediTing Hyacinths, Dutch, 5c each, Oqp dqz;(Koajng )utgh Ilyacinths, iocea!cl $. 00 Uo; "Tulips, mixed, 20c doz. to begin the cultivation. LIS We can also give liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier-Journal. . -A Tiif. Greatest BLUE ROSE git iZ& CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE Write Courier-Journ- al Com- pany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire,, but be sure to send your subscription, order to this to the paper RoscKoYtilty of the Century Send for Bcscrlptioii and Price List Tho Kcw Hose (Violet EJluc) Hailed by the Rose Growers as Uic Forcruiiiicr of the Corn- flower Blue Rose. Very vl&or- oas anr! hardy. Free Blooming Grcctihouscs JOHN E. RACKEBRANDT -: Princeton, Ky. :- igmp anywhere in Southern Indiana, Southern Illinois, Kentucky, Tennoss. o, Mississippi arid Wo can put you In quick .ind satisfactory communication with tho people of th great section of tho country. We solicit your patronage. Rates reason able equipments and facilitres unsur- Long: distance tines and telophones of this Company cnablo you to talk almost passed. 4 IflWitS K.GALDV.LjL, ,,,,'- - ', . , L ST LAND ' ' HUME,. tJsn'I Mas T. D. ae White Sewing Machines, in oooooaoeeooocoeoooooeoooso rotary and vibrator; needles, Deal at home as much o shuttles, etc. in stock for all S as possible. Build up your 2 machines. ROARK'S STORE. This will I home town. make you a better heme and enhance the I 2 market s value of your property. soassoooceasoeooeeooaaocoo O A Ride with n i ,:, lie ureenvi e ffs ERA era i raosier m .J. p JUST RECEIVED They meet all trains, day and night, with Bus i 1 Many Patterns of 1911 Wallpaper and Baggage wagon. AND the CUES THE BnOGS 8LI lyys THE OLD RELIABLE . Literary Town Names. capital Is If tho Commonwealth Get potted plants and cut flowers named Shakespeare it will not bo the in Shafcei'pc-.r- e world. On- from Miss Lena Arnold. only tario contributing one already. Itecon. on the other Land, fgurcs twlco In Take your beef hides to J. E. .United States town nomenclature, though ono cannot ho .sure without Coombs & Co. and get the cash. ?ocal knowledge whether It was tho wan who didn't write "Hamlet" who s meant. There Is clten that diffSeveral patterns of swing porch iculty In looking through town names settees at Roaik's, and you arc apparently rcmluiscent t literature to call. In those now lands, America Is full of Jllltons and but do they all commemorate the poets? Ono feeis loss doubt about the dor.en EVnrea. the two and Ken Is. Tennyeons and Dickens scores ttrce. Thackeray one. 4t r AND 'if Ei niioli urn inv-simH Ql il f Cnrlylo six. Rufkln two, Racine eight, Hugo throe. Balzac two, Gootho one and Schiller one, but wo look In vain for Sponeer or Dante. On tho other H hand; Homer,' Virgil. Plato and Cicero ; riiotoRrnptiy abound. London Chronicle. ! Dr King's New mmm w,th fcjP AND ALL THROAT AND 1 PWThies OLDS Tilal Bolllo Fr co JROUBLES 11 GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OB MONEY EJSPTJNDED. ivc llest work, prompt service; your laundry to Joe Morgan, who will appreciate your patronage. Cures "Golds" in any part of body, iU'iirvo ,n v iiintn in mi nour. mm hah ell v3gmBHmmmmHmm Hsa I ENGRAVERS be IRecotb 1 1 SiANUFACTURiNG : Dr. Yk Fenner'sGough HoneyBi otlu r iiiiilli i no f.i: Vvl ' KlH umaliHi.i, - ArfrA HARCOURT &l CO.LouisVilie.Kvl Ik llnwill t.i . I fl , I, on..uinili n. Atliiiu.I;riK llltl. at inn. It) Ih l rliinun.a. Wliinijilna Cjuuh. rue uoc aim uj luaii j' JJ?'4. Sec the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Roark's. Telephone No 5 and your laundry ivi; royal family. In fact, she Is an all Iround clever girl a good linguist, a fine musician and a noted eportsA or.-,abeing equally proficient In tennis, IK-hockey, gtlf and hor&ctiding. facility with the brush was net acquired without a rcg.ilcr, arduous 'course of study, and she worked Incessantly for a nuxcler of years at a Iprivnto art tcLool In London. Flowers 'aro her favorite subjects, and a few iyoara ago she cxIilMtcd at the New Gallery a particularly charming picture of stock, inarirolds and As presents tc her friends she often gives little Rower painUngs from her own liruah. r helio-:trop- This Princess an Artist. Somo charming water colors painted by th Dulce of Connaughfs daughter, t Prlncosa Patricia, aro holng groatlj' admired at the ltoynl Amateur Art ro- Is cic's exhibition. The princess In one the of the most talonted artists will be called for and delivered. American rMo.y k'fj WXS Jf 1 at t very senous 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 bebt Roods at lowest prices. Miss Lena Arnold asks the patronage of the public, and guarantees that satisfactory work will be done in her clothes cleaning, pressing I Coapaiit It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one rjiven yu lns reason ve urge you in buying to be careful to est the genuine gBlfig Swift Fr j ' I: THEDFORD'S Liver Medicine The reputation cf this old, reliable medicine, far constipation, indigestion and liver troubl:, is firmly established. It dexs not imitate other medicines. It ;s better than others, cr it would not be the fa- Standard Visible Writer Enables the cperator to see cverj' 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., 107-109 Spring Repartee "You are daffodilatory aj&ont setting out your flowera this year," remarked the llrst humovisL "I always wait until tho weather la Bottled," responded tlio second humorist. "That Is my invariable vorite liver powder, with n larger sale than ell others combined. SOLD IN TCWN F2 and repairing shop. J COME sad SEE THEM The make's-kidney- Haley's Kidney Care s end bladder right This stgnaluro is on ovary Isox of llw fuiJnt Tabiott Lasalive Bronio-Qaiain- e WAUPAPffi SpecIdS Prices, at Roaro. j. L ROARK ESTATE ho rauody that curcu a culu iu onu t