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GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1911. it potter's clavj Ctc, and the most inviting held in Ken- tucky for investment of capital and pluck. is rich in coal, iron, timber, Sjggiigmsg:KiwiyiMiw)y!&!titat!irth!MMiiii Muhlenberg County VOL. XIII. NO. 37. Burn tho orchard rubbish. Weeds rob t,ho soil of moisture. Cucumbers are rather an uncertain crop. Whey Is not deslrnblo for young pifj feeding. Tho new brooda of chicks should be housed carclully. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE THE RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED. Quito Literal. She (Indignantly) Look at this piece of goods which has Just coma out of tho washtub! How could tho man Monon Route Announces New Schedule who cold it to me tell mo tho colors were fast? of Fares One Way and Round Trip. Ho I suppose bocause he know how thoy could run. 1 ELECTRIC BRAND Try to detect nny diseaso that tho young plant may hnvo. It is not safo to attempt to grow without spraying. Tho Indian runner ducks are the layers of tho duels family. U I I II n .1 Spray for Snn Jobo scale. good plowman can drivo three horses as ho can two. A I Progressive farmers liavo silos. Nothing sots a cow off moro and bettor than a finely ahapod uddor. j Barley is mostly sown on corn stub- Young pigs must havo an nbundnjice Iblo. of cxorclio, sunlight and fresh air. Plowing Is hard work, especially In stlff sod. I All dairy utensils should be washed ns soon as possible after being used. ' The Monon Route announces that it will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago, at $6 one To Do This Year way, instead of $8 as formerly, and by way of making your business suc- $12 round trip, good 30 days returncessful and your domestic life full of ing, instead of $16. Palrons arc offered exceptionally good service by pleasure, if you are not supplied with the Monon, which on night trains telephone service of the Cumberland fiotn Louisville operates CompartTelephone & Telegraph Company? ment and Drawing-rooPullmans, Everyone 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. For any .information, call mananswered by 12. H. JJacon, D. 1. A., ager, Louisville, Ky. Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Co. Incorporated. Save your home by having your Are You Going BITTERS MEDICINE THAT BROUGHT US HEALTH PEERLESS TONIC and STRENGTH GIVER Is an unrivaled remedy for all troubles of RUN-DOW- STOMACH, LIVER AND KIDNEYS BUILDS UP THE CURES INDIGESTION N II !l i (corn takes out. Peas put back the fertility that tho KafTJr corn is ihens as whom is. j not ntf good for laying sity. Grit is to tho fowl what teeth aro to tho ruminating animal, a necesIf you grow squnshos and havo seen tho squnsh bug you aro a to. Old geoso lay a nov-e- Kaarlus Star Nrfttjs Furniture, Holdings, Wall Paper We carry on our floors and In our ware-roo- flues repaired. Barkley Bros, this work in best manner. do IT PURIFIES THE BLOOD IT STRENGTHENS THE NERVES THE BEST FAMILY MEDICINE ON EARTH TRY IT. PRICE 500 AND $1.00 PER BOTTLE mmmmmmm sold and guaranteed by r for-'tu- n Keep tho land constantly nt work Crowing somo crop. Painter and Interior : AH DR. J. prices. Otllce up at.Ur3, lu the Jones DullJing. GreeuTllIe, Ky. the largest variety of Furniture in. greater number and One of tho very best feeds to grow larger eggs and nro moro rcllablo than Muhlenberg. ; for sheep is fodder corn. .young geese. If we do not have what you want, we will get it for you. We have factory conCows differ somewhat In the amount Grit can always bo had from any nections with makers of the finest goods ;of roughage they will take. ono who deals in poultry supplies and in the country, and through "Our Special i Druggists. Decorator. : W. BARLOW, at rcnaonublc 'r.v Crown aud Iirldgc Work done DENTIST. Not enough attention has boon jen to the character of seed corn. glv- - b inexpensive. Order Department" can supply any exclu- The tractor is going to be tho new-feand biggest help to tho farmer. ! at I x rxt::.. Tho montli of Juno is the tfmo to for the growth of fruit spurs. jpruno I Apples, pluni3 and cherrlos should foot be over three years old for eetting fouL T necu exercise, tor ineir soio I purpose ana use in me is 10 prouueo muscle. . Sm ttho?.opk in thoyarils until grass aburrfn't iLJs better to buy food and koop ia The mangel Is oxcollont fori stock sive articles at less rriceo than city stores feed, being greatly rollshed by milk or. mail order houses. cows in winter. Our Picture and Room Molding-stock- s are always complete. . Keep tho chicks froo fromllco. Wallpaper is nov a staple article of merfThoy cannot grow well and flghtjlice chandise, being used all the year 'round. at the same lime. And we always have full selections, prices Wocds crowd the cultivated plants'? 5 cents and up per roll. depriving them of light and spneo In - - Stujntlmin, tooth coll and nlr. IgyOur Engraving Machine is the only Tho poultry houso Bhould bo divided one in this part of Kentucky, and we are into apartments that provide room for exclusively prepared to supply indroidu.il . iabout 20 or 25 fowls. Name PUtcs, which we furnish on all cost. . Clover and grass seed will noarly outfits without extra 'always do best when they can bo Undertaking and Embatmiris. Tfte 16 tab It coat: r5"V T"e iw . PhyHlclan and Sstirgcon. Otllce CAM ilain-cros- DR. T. J. SLATONi s Brws lic ' & Shannon (o f street near Main Htrcet. WAVE f$ DEPOY, KENTUCKY We announce to our that our stocks of ments are larger and ever in our history. line of :- -: HOWARD. H. 6RAY. 3i&'? HOWARD & GRAY, A Liille Good Paint in Time Saves $ When yourbuikHngs need palntfog, every day't delay, costs you raoacy. The un,Jram; slow, and f ror t ore q? tt vcrlc. LumKor oils toe m fllCaatc gcTwih-- c b Ltf'Juutf but good Cft.oui LAWYERS. Office In trade and the pubgoods in all depart better selected than We carry a varied :- -: Green Bulldlnf, oppositcLaMeade Hotel. DBS. HELTSLEY & HELTSLEY - .... be-dot t .Tho prmwrt "raoimnFUom gnawing tho bark nod limbs from small applo trees, spray with soapsuds; To bo sweet and clean it is deslr- Inblo that the cow stable bo whitewashed at least twice a year. There is no crop that a stock fcoder .can grow that will maito as mucn corn-anpea's or soybeans. jfeed as J As the pig develops its digestive jsystem also enlarges, and' it can ueo flarger quantities of feed to advan- tage. 1 f iv y Tno germinating power or tno mia- Jdle kernels on an car of corn Ib much stronger thnn that of tho tip and butt kernels. Beans can bo turned into cash the quickest of any farm crop as it is possible to sell them in 90 days from .planting. pei .nyitlmo of Varnish tiaisn, Caskrtr ia Wteite Enamel, Pruning may Telephones No. 78. work. i' tho year. The best timo Is Just before Natural woods, White, Colored and BiacK v In Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Farm and Copper treo. growth begins in tho Cloth Covered; Strictly Pxrc Implements and such goods our stocks lined airtight Caskets; all lengths, and WHITE LEAD I In starting a new asparagus bed It regular, extra and double extra widths. : are especially strong. roots is bettor to buy 0!!, Prre Turpnxiiice Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes constant Pure than to use seed, for this season. KETWEEN In all departments prices will be found and tha most ctpensiva colors ly in stock, for immediate delivery. Burial Robes, Wrappers, Suits, Dresses, the lowest, and your visits will be highly Tfce laid of pew wc uic nsver crU o: Thrush is mostly due to dirty ntables, and Chicago Louisville a!c - or. '7 y:st ci wtar will ranaMte :t. horses stauding ln' fermentingmanuro Slippers, etc., in large variety. -: -: appreciated. ivith yea when ready lu pto" Let u bcnx Our two licensed Embalmers respond at or walking in mud and snow water. It EST LINE TO arn! durable "rt f'Mis&rz r. once to calls for such services. reuonabje, Dsa't put it c'S. A pnrt of tho veterinarians of tho Our general equipment is complete and California and the country have gono tuberculin mad, of highest grade. . and they havo somo ablo outaldasup-gbrtVast Northwest We have a Funeral Car in service, sub Telephone No, 254. ject to call anywhere. Tele Private Two trains daily Young ducks, and he old ones also, We have just added an Undertaking Department to our j!i New stock sewing machine needles havo shade, to protect them phones, Store 72; Residence 108. must West Baden Springs. French Lick aad Residence 150 yards from store. uubiuubb, d.uu win tarry a. tunipreutubive line ui vuiuub, vu- at Roark's for all machines. 'from the direct rays of tho midsum Prompt service any hour day or night. mer sun. q nets, Kooes, auits, wrappers ana Dresses, aiso nave a Hearse The J. L. ROARK ESTATE. UNION STATION, (f in service, on call anywhere. Orders in this line given prompt Dairy bred stock is scarco and It LOUISVILLE. will take many years to suppb" tho ORIEN L. P.0ARK. Manner. and careful attention any hour day or night. DBA It CORN STATION, 'rapidly Increasing demand for dairy CHICAGO. bred cattle. ?p Store, No. I. ifljht, No. I? of No. 3. utuli ' ' rdpiK) itiX Ofiicc at Home, Esst Mauvcross Street. GENERAL MERglfA'NDIS'E and can supply most of the wank of thcfgi SiiCea - carter: ' Lir-scc- Monon Route ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft : Hats, Etc.,.we offer large selections. 'Vi" X-- 7 1 r :- :- Erj'-cl- aw job-fic- Undertaking Department E5?-T- Long-Distan- ce tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt ft Very Serious rt4 dairymen realize tho tremon- dons significance of tho cream trade that has beon developed during tho .past few years. Onco driven Into wood, a recontly invented vspllt nail cannot be withdrawn, as tho two parts curl away from each other. j A gill of linseed meal contains moro mnttor than a pint vnnd a half of corn, and ns much nltro- gen aa three gills of corn. bone-formin- g tew Teleptes: Of melons, cucumbers, pumpkms, etc., tho common striped cucumber beetle Is the most injurious. the insocts attacking squashes, It is a very serious matter to ask We Ask Yon to tako Cardui, for your female troubles, because vo 2re airs it vill heip you. Remember that this grcai female remedy After tho sows wean t their pigs tho sows nro bred to have rjlgs In the fall, and that crop of pigs makes tho summer crop the next year. Fresh air and sunshInoaro tho best disinfectants that tho poultry raiser has at his disposal and ought to bo moro often used in his work. chicks in the brooder will amount to llttlo unless tho food Is supplied In proper, amounts and at right Intervals. The d for one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get thegenuine Dinin? and Parlor Cars. Palace Drawing Room Sleepers. E. H. BACON, D. P. A., N. W. Cor. 1th and Market Sts. LOUISVILLE, KY. I ft The BRIDGES & SHANNON CO. DEPOY, KENTUCKY THEDFORD'S Lack-draug- ht Liver Medicine ble medicine, for constipation, and liver trouble, is firmly established. It does net imitate other modicincs. It is better than othcra, or it would not be tho favorite liver powder, with a larger sale than all others combined. SOLD 13 TOWN r2 wCilRBIJ g Iiss brc'jgfcl relief to thousands of ell cr stek vemen, co Y.hy not to ocricdlcal 1 The reputation of lhi3 old, relia- NEW YORK r; R-J- Cvl worn ircaiou witn a dressing of . piaster ana nsuos will soon show by 1 CLIPPER IS THE GREATEST THEATRIGAL 1...V1 of the leaf the effect of tho dressing. ui. uiij, ,.11.111 tlliu IliU UUl IV UOIUI paias, leman vosk- nesc. many havo said U is iho The cream from tho milklngs must Thoro Is no doubt that If tho guinea best medicine to take." Try It not bo kqpt so long that it will do-caret for at all tlmos W rn rm.f n't.-- . volop a sharp acid, for that would Im hsn is properly K JSOili ill ilUS Hsliy F3 part an unpleasant flavor to tho but that it will prove almost as profitable .as any of the ordinary breeds of chick' tor. ,ens. T 4 SHOW PAPER V. Spell, of Hayne, N. C in a very low state of health, and was not able to be up and tend to my duties. I did try Cardui, and soon began to feel better. I got able to be up and he!p do my I continued to take the medicine, and now I housework. am able to do my housework and to care for my children, and I feel as though I could never praise Cardui enough for the benefits I have received." IN THE WORLD. $4.00 Per Year. Single Copy, 10 CU, ISSUED WEEKLY "Try Cardui," writes Mrs. Z. "I was ( Now is tho time when plenty of In milling and baking quality, the milk Is desirable for tho market I1V5I1, giving good Prices are at their host and the cows tfurum wheats raiik In moat rcojiocts. with the pos 8hould be t;d so as lo make tho most rosultsexcoptlon of the color of the sible rr.llk. flour. Whon pigs are six wcoks old thdy No cow can do Jor host or even ,may bo turnod into grass and clover keep up a nonnal flow of milk whjn (pasture if weather is warm; if cold compelled to stand out In tho hot .and ground wet keep them in dry, midday sun of Ju?y or' August and pens. roomy fight the files. i I UNION LAWH FESeEi WOOL HSDESandFLUR Being Dealers. ws can do WE BUY Sample Copy Free. FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (Ltc. AT I FACTORY PRICES GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS llf- - mTmrrm wmuniiu r a 1n . ' neierence: anrtanK m . . ... louutiuc. ne uumsa Kr. CTA5CE . H. SABEL & SONS tflST LoowTilkr. Woman'sTonic Always handle ducks and geese by The Indian Runner ducks are not thoir necks and never by the legs, as very good sitters aiviough thoy are fowls aro handled, for these limbs aro often inclined to incubate. Their eggs not strong enough to serve as handVis are generally put into incubators of and will readily break. under hons for hatching, A farm of 25 acres, properly 1 . tin tho hands of an economical, Indus trious man will support four cows, ono ih'orse, 50 laying hen3, four shoats and all the vegetables for the family. fanned Ljfe aiiaua nciu uuuuiu oe a sacred v?lef. place after October and until May, and no animal allowed to set foot If yc have a good breed of plga within It; tbo treading or driving on tako good care of thorn; feed tho tho crown of tho plants Is very inyoung growing stock all thoy will eat Manuring jurious. the fields Is of warm mill feed slop made fresh preferable before it Is seeded or early every day; after tho slop Is eaten, .In the fall, and then a very light cov- - scatter ono or two quarts of white erlng. oats in the stra of pou. fe If tho dairy la kopt sanitary throughout, and tho 'buttor Is worked well, and stored at .a temperature of about 10 degrees. It will koap from three to four tlmos longer than butter which Is made by a caroless house- - Trade Marks 113 tt ii u a u u uj Bout ' rvuuw nu'Ciify rinovniflHTS t'p"-1"- DESIGNS SlC. qtuvuir 'i ' lUTontl.m is pr .imt.ly . tlimsstricilT'-oiiil.ienii.a- Costa very llttlo, proves voir witf s s. factory for lawns, door yards, Wo innlto fencing: for lawns, door ynrds. Held, lios and poultry "IVrito for rntalojr. Kar-den- Cu. receive I'ntciitB taken throucn Jlunu tpteial notice, rriMiout clinrco. in two free lMost n?.iu",?' r ii'''J;,";n5 onl'alcnta IIAHOBOOK furm'iniiKlwtoiiti. frco nlictlicr na UNION FENCE CO., 111. A hr.nrtsninoly IHnMrnlPd tteoUIt. cuIntUm of nT erlciniun I'Hiriml. DeKalb. Knneas Ciry, Mo. clr. I.nxct 13 a 'J crtii. yenr: fnurni.uitlis,$L Soiaiiyull neweileulcni. R1UNH & Co.351Broadway- - New York Branca offlco, OFPt, Wwhlngton. V. c. NO. 270 cl' vehicles Direct from our Tnctcry ' toCnnxiitnnrMlbieit to cxaniinatioii iiikI approval on 30 ilays ft cc trial. It isof thsgrcnUst lmiKrtance to tlic tjlolic UuiWy & llnrnc&s Co. to have every one vliodcali wiiii lis a"rl ::seA art! SulisHed Customer. No e floi 1 13 spared to make eachsnipmem bUin excel u-- value in qnpiny oi materiaf, worktransliip, finih ard s:ylc cf vehicle that it will be a Lasting AdvcrttM-mcn- t and bring nsmany orders in return. If we 1 you, by selliiiKyou nil honestly tnnde Imgcy trd at a price less the Mii'.ilitnian'a I'rofil. ou will Our recommend our p.!s lo your Gunrnnlei isnlsohitelv as coal to our cvstomcts as it would be to a dealer. If oodsnrc not ca re'i resented your money Is returned to you. You tike no nk. We nianufncture honest ellicles mid llarnrpa. till onlero prompt!. wvoourcusloinersnioiipy, Write for our Free Hu&iy and llarncM Cataloj'.ue. BL0BE BUGGY & HARNESS COMPAN' Wo whin O. O. 1J. Cardui is successful, because it is made especially for women, and acts specifically on the womanly constitution. Cardui does one tiling, and does it well. That explains the great success which it has had, during the past 50 years, in helping thousands of weak and ailing women back to health and happiness. If you are a woman, feel tired, dull, and are nervous, cross and irritable, it's because you need a tonic. Why not try Cardui? Cardui builds, strengthens, restores, and acts in every way as a special, tonic remedy for women. Test it for yourself. Your druggist sells Cardui. Ask him. Write to: Ladle:' Advisor? Dent. Chaftaitoaea Medicine Co.. Chnttannnmi Tmn boolr, " Home Ireatment for Women," sent free J 5s for Special Instructions, and lce 0WENSB0R0, Subscribe for The KENTUCKY Record Only 50c. 3S St: 30E HOE & Dsys Avia on Meeting rO BE HAD IN OPKI SVILLE, KY Thursday, Friday and Saturday, NOVEMBER 2nd, 3rd AND 4th, Y II WKSYlllf AVIATION OUB. TIE ONLY AVIATION (IUB SOUTH Of Tilt OHIO RIVER of the air. A Southern boy who has demonstrated to the talented of the CHAS. O, PROWSE, the Hopkinsvillc lad, who by his persistent perscvcrcncc and genius lias made the Biplane the conqueror He returns to the people who believe in him, to prove that he has succeeded after these months of toil and disap A prophet who has honor in his own country. E st what Southern brains can do. He will demonstrate without doubt that man has conquered the air with a biplane ot his own make, pointmcnts WARD, THE DARE DEVIL. In this day of modern inventions one hardly knows what to expect next. Hopkinsvillc, the livlicst town for this meet and without doubt will have the greatest crowd on of its size south of the Ohio River, has men who arc alive to meet the issues of the day, who keep up with the procession, has arranged these days that has ever been within her gafes. I The same Jimmie Ward who gave New York a thrill,. A man of national reputation. o'clock. Biplanes and Aeroplanes will soar in the air. with the grace of These flights will take place at the Aviation Field and there will be three flights each day, promptly between one and three Since you were a child you have wondered if this great fete would Never perhaps again will such an opportunity present itself to you to sec heavier than air machines float in the air, vultures. GENIUS OF MAN HAS DONE! COME AND SEE WHAT THE ever be accomplished. g-c- at THEJECORD. An Independent Newspaper. POBLI8HXD TUOnSDATS BT More Council Tickets. nicely, being the best lots of such A YDTERAN OF TWO WARS DIES The demand oft'etings seen here. Since the last report two more for hotsss at this tune of year is wontickets have been filed by those who Uncle Granville Corley, in ilis 98tli. derful here, and shows that land is are seeking the honors of city Year, Dies Tuesday at Carles. being sought by- more and mo.rc perThey arc as followsi l'EOi'LKs1 sons, and so more horses are necd- TICKET ' coun-cilme- President. Secretary. Rev. G. B. McDonald, the pastor, assisted by Rev. O. A. Barbee, alTHURSDAY, OCTOBER 2S, 1911. so of this city, dedicated a new and commodious Cumberland PresbyteEntered at the Greenville, Ky., postofllce as rian church at Crider, in the Princesecond-clas- s matter. ton circuit, last Sunday, and there was a large crowd "present, with a bountiful dinner on the ground. There was a collection taken, and more than $200 was secured. Rev. Meet Isaacson Monday. McDonald has been pastor tor the " It has been many years since frost past six months, and has a growing came so late as this. congregation. Remember the lot sale here next Special Train to iiwlgenviile Nov. 9. Thursday. The I. C. will run a special train Monday was the 23rd. and Jack from this place to Hodgenville on Frost got to moving some. Nov. 9, to the dedication of the Lincoln memorial building. The Jack. Frost made his initial bow start will be made from here about Monday morning, but not in.a dam- 6 a. m., returning that night, and aging way. the rate and definite schedule will be Ms. C. W. Roark is in Cincinna- announced soon. President Taft ti on a visit to Mrs. B. T. Johnson and many other notables will be in attendance, and participate in the and family. cx"ercises. A large crowd will go Muhlenberg roads were never bet- from this county. ter than for the past few weeks, and on' any of the main highways it has Notice to Cemetery Lot Owners. been a positive delight to travel. Owners of lots in Evergreen cemetery are notified that it is necessaThe coal man is not now looking ry to obtain permission to set out for orders, but is dodijing some of trees on any lot, also fo plant shrubwhom he has the many people to bery. Some objectionable things promised coal, not being able to fill have been planted, such as wild all contracts yet. myrtle, Bermuda grass and .other Wheat is looking fine; Much has things, and the committee on imbeen sown and up, and farmers are provements, composed of Messrs. putting in'the balance this week, the John Coombs, C. M. Howard aftd weather beinc very favorable. The Robert WicklifFc, have been instructed to enforce the regulations applyacrejige is above the average. ing to planting and sowing on lots. Next Monday is county court day, Prohibitionists ire not active in and.it is certain that with a fair day itherc will an immense crowd here, politics this fall. as farmers are not so rushed now, Notice to All Citizens. and political interests will draw many voters. The public is invited to the direct Voter" has been attending alarm system inaugurated for giving "A quick notice of fires in town. An some of the numerous speech-fest- s Jth'at we have been getting here re alarm box has been placed on the cently, and gives his impressions of light pole at the First National Bank jthe speakers and their addresses; corner, and this is wired to a power. our readers should peruse this, as ful bell at the water plant, so that .matters political are now uppermost the engineer may be notified to ' in the minds and actions of many of sound the whistle. To operate, take metal knob and break glass' in .our peopje. door, open door and turn lever down vQuhe a number x pur. local peo as far as possible, then release the ijjle have bought the Wetter,--) horses lever; this completes the alarm, .offered here, and some good individ and can be done almost instantly. nals have been secured. More than Valuable Upp iay be saved by this Everyone should become sa hundred of the horses have been means. old, and they Are all developing able to use this system. . Orikn L. Roark, Editor. K tract, described in several tracts; description of which can be seen on application to the undersigned. We the nominees of the Peoples' ticket for Councihnen for Or a sullicicnt quantity thereof to pioducc t,he sum of S.'K.'UO'.i.i.'.'i, the Greenville submit the following for the consideration of the amount of- money so ordered to be voters of Greenville. If we should be your choice for councils made and Si, 122.30; the costs hereof, TERMS: Sale will be made on a "men we shall favor and incourage the extension and advance' t f.vnjiriusKmonths. The purchaser nf intent that shall be for the bcttctmcnt will be required to giyclond, with ap Lmrnt and most widely known citizens W. S. Lyon, D. M; Kelly. proved security, for the payment of and for the general welfare of the people of the town. We shall Tuesday morning, when Mr. Gran PROGRESSIVE TICKET the purchase money, to have the force ville Corley died at the home of Ins BurcnMartin, L. E. Rice, T. C. and elFectofa judgment, bearing legal favor reducing the high rates of water and lights and the ex grandson, Mr. Thaddcus Corley, J Brown, S. D. Bradley, John Smith, interest from the day of sale with a tension of same to the corporate limits of the town, so that all about two miles beyond Earlesi on W. E. Drake. lien reserved upon said property, until the taxpayers can have the benefits of light and water, We thcNMad isonville road. Deceased all the purchase monej' lias been paid. shall favor the improvement of all the streets and alleys with MAURICE K. tlORDON, was in his 90th. year, and the afflicSpecial Commissioner's Sales. Special Comr. Hopkins Circuit Court. in the town limits and shall do everything within our power tions of his age, coupled with an acas councilmen to build up the town to the satisfaction of all the cident in which he fell and broke We shall make every effort to encourage the moral Hopkins Circuit Court, his leg a year or so ago, caused his R. E. DONNELL. Phff. people. vs. NOTICE of SALE IN EQUITY. death. His death removed, so far and intellectual growth and general welfare of the people, giv INKERMAN BAILEY, SR., &c. Dcfts. as known, the last of the veterans R. E. DONNELL, ing equal rights and justice to every citizen, and not be govern IN EQUITY. vs. liy virtue of a Judgment aud Order of the ccuity who saw service in INKERMA$4 BAILEY. &c. Dcfts. We further pledge-ourselv- es of Sale of the Hopkins Circuit Court, ed by the dictates of any click or caucus,. the Mexican war; he was also a lly virtue of u Judgment and Order rendered at the September term there to open a poll book and let the people vote for their veteran of the civil war, a dis- of Sale of the Hopkins Circuit Court, of, 1911; in the above staled cause, the choice for town attorney and police, Vote for the Peoples' tinguished member of Co. K. nth. rendered at the September term there- undersigned will, on "Monday, the Inft., and he has lived to see many of, 1011, in the above btyled cause thu thirtieth day of October, 1911, between ticket and reform. of his' comrades fall before that un- undersijrnd will, on Monday the Gth the hours of ten o'clock A. M. and Dr. T. B. SLATON S. J. MOHON W. S, LYON day of November, 1911, between the three o'clock P. M., at the Court House enemy, the Death hours of lOo'eloek A. M. and 3 o'clock door in the town of Oreenville proceed conquerable D. M. KELLY B.C.MAYHUGH Angel, after having endured the P. M., at the Court House door in the to expose to PURL1C SALE, to the rigors of war. He was one, of the town of- - Mndisonvillu, Ky., (beincr highest-aubest bidder the following county's pioneers, and a gentleman County Court Day) proceed to expose described property, viz: The coal and mining rights and privof the old school. His wife has to I'UULIC SALE to the highest bidder, the following described property, ileges of, in and to and under 70 tracts been dead many years, more than a viz: of land near llrcmcn, Muhlenberg score, and they had only one child, A ecrtaiu lot or parcel fo county, Kentucky, aggregating about Mr. James Corley, who died a short land in fee simple, lying on both sides 1,700 acres, more or less and known as while ago. Interment was in the of the Louisville it Nashville Railroad, the Inkennan Itailey Coal Kield. Such family graveyard, near Graham, just east of Manitou. and fronting on of said tracts as lie adjoining and formthe public road, J!eginninj in the ing the main tracts will be sold togethand was largely attended by people middleof thdProvidenceand "Madison-vill- e er as a whole ami any isolated tracts from all over the county. The funroad, where the north line or the will be sold separately and the Comeral was conducted by the Maof the Louisville it Nash- missioner may then sell the isolated sons as he was one of the charter ville Hnilrond Company intersects the tracts and the main body together and members of the John T. Crandall south line of said road; near the first may accept the most advantageous bid crossing, east of Manitou; and running or bids, lodge, ot Earles. Several j old solOr a sufficient quantity to produce thence with middle of said public road diers were also in attendance, and a S,C2 y 131 poles to a stone: thence the sum of S5290U.25, the amount of silk flag was placed at the head of S I W S9 poles to u stone on the south money so ordered to be made, and the costs hereof. the graye after the mound had been bank of a branch; thence up said T HUMS: Sale will be made on a with lowers. The cere- "branch with its meanders and the covered mony was a yery impressive and southern banjt thcreqf, general course creditof six months. The purchaser S 70 poles to a stake and will be required to give bond, with E 31 effecting one. passing the fork thereof and continu- approved security for the purchase ing on up the southern and southeast- monej', to have the force aud elfeet of Remember that L. Isaacson will ern bank of the northern fork of said a jlulgmeut, bearinglegal interest from again meet his friends here Monday, branch with its meanders general tho day of sale with a lien reserved upK 2ft poles N 70 R on said property, until all the purand will sell at what they will bring course, S 38 31 R 29 poles to the center chase money is paid. boys, overcoats, pplesS suits for men and All you Hue of said MAUUICE K. GORDON, theuce with rain coats, trousers, underwear, etc. said lineS .0 polos to the intersec- Special Comr., Hopkins Circuit Court. for winter. tion with the south line of said Everything suitable Come and buy at yqur own prjee. thence 80 feet to the beginning, containing- exclusive of the The Ladies' Presbyterial Union, Flics arc about gone, but mosqui- church lot anil PMlrWl covering the presbyteries of Muhtoes are still here, and making life 27 HI acre. There being rejjorved out lenberg and Paducah, will meet in NATIONAL THE of Raid boundary the ghuieh lot, as lor unpleasant, particularly at night. N. W, oorner thereof, and the Presbyterian church here pext cuted iu tlhp it is understood that the Louisville Wednesday afternoon, followed by GREENVILLE, KENTUCKY That big lot sale here on Nov. 2 it Nashville Railroad Co. has a y morning, afternoon and night sesis going to draw people fiom all adDIRECTORS W, A. Wickliffe, W. G. Duncan, C. E across this boundary 10 feot in sions until Thursday night. The joining counties, as this is tho width on oaeh sh"W of the router of ladies of all the churches are corMartin, R. T. Martin, E. J. Purycar, C. M. Martin, Jno. Mild traut. most desirable property in town, and sesAlso all the ooal and niin-Jn- dially Invited to attend these SECOND: T. Reynolds, Jr. will be in heavy demand. and mineral privileges belonging sions, Qn Thursday night an adat the djite of the tiling of this suit to dress will be delivered in the interNovember 2 will be a big day in defendant, Inkennan Bailey, Sr. in, to The standing and responsibility of the men est of foreign missons, to Greenville, when its prettiest sub- and under a tract of about 2700 acres is invited. who constitute our Board of Directors are a division will be offered for sale in of land, situate, lying and being on the waters of l'ogue's Pond, Cleav and lot parcels. This is about the last guarantee of careful, judicious management. section that can be opened near the Rose Creeks, in Hopkins Couuty, KenNext Tuesday night will bring tucky, and consisting of S3 tracts, lycenter of town, and will attract ing together and forming one bodj', hallowe'en festivities again, and the B2il many persons from far and near. immediately south of said 27 2 acre young folks are getting ready for' it. OUR PLATFORM. ratr - d ATURDAY BARGAINS AT '. BRIZENDINB'S SWEET POTATOES - right-of-wa- y 2 0, 2 2 60 Cts. per Bu. Or want and fine ones, too. 15 11 Cts. per peck FIRST BANK right-of-wa- right-tof;wu- right-of-wa- right-of.wa- which-everyon- THURSDAY, Be n n r.v 6 NOVEMBER 10 Oil Mi i 0 9t O'clock a. m. We have purchased the beautiful property in North East Greenville from Judge T. J. Sparks and Dr. T. J. Slaton, and will subdivide and sell same at PUBLIC AUCTION on the premises on above date. Don't miss this Sale! This is decidedly the most desirable and beautiful property in the City of Greenville; it is only a few minutes' walk from the Square, near and convenient to the City Schools, GOLD. and near the. Depot. We will GIVE AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE ON DAY OF SALE ONE OF THESE BEAUTIFUL LOTS and $20. in r All White males and females above the age of 15 years will be given a chance at THIS FREE GIFT. Be sure to be present at the Sale, as you may be the lucky one. Greenville is the Comity Seat, and has one of the finest Court Houses in Kentucky; is a beautiful and thriving City of about 2,000 population; Schooljbuilding, a number of Tobacco factories, 2 has 3 splendid Banks, a modern and beautiful High Merchants carry Flouring mills, several of the largest Coal mines in the State near by, 2 first-cla- ss Planing mills, 2 progressive Newspapers. all lines of goods, are wide awake and up to date, and are enjoying a wide patronage. If you want a Home where you can educate your Children, enjoy the best social surroundings, and. the Buy a lot and own your own home. many opportunities for employment and money making, you will certainly make no mistake by locating in Greenville. i--rt or Shine. - G. DON'T FORGET THE DAY and HOUR. SMITH 8 HAYES S. MOORE, Auctioneer. j ROARK Fimiture, WsJlpper, Shades, nigs, Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, "5T Wrpper, & 1 Slippers, Gr&xe 0; tt Vailts. Disinfection 1 ROARK f With My Back." 4 1 Why "I Suffered Years 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 me to try j tj & sb r1 m t m t & &J J&& Our Name lias been before the public for 30 years, most of the lime right on the spot where we are now located. t Tilmii-- iiiiiii mil -i n il i r irr f PUT y STARTING A PO.LTRY Flr6t Conaldersilcn io uitaLl3 l.ccv tlon Dry Porous Cell cf Crav-cllNatura Is Ccst. Tho firat consideration In establishing a poultry farm is a suitnb'.e locahavir.R natural tion. An elevation drainage away Irrni the rrcn wfcero tho building ii to b? rlnccd should lie irc-jcst- Till ft 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 bur usefulness. (By v K. I CO3.) Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pills 3 Li to begin the cultivation. Following arc ready for delivery, and orders If taken for others, and prompt dc Chinese Sacred livery guaranteed: Lillics, toe each, 3 for 25; Paper White Narcissus. Grandiflora, 2 for 5c, 30c doz; Roman Hyacinths, Single White, 5c each, 50c doz; liedding Hyacinths, Dutch, 5c each, 60c doz; Forcing Dutch Hyacinths, 10c each, $1.00 doz; Tulips, mixed, fc"3Ma). Nests with hinged cover for ci Jtflgc b). Inside view of 20c doz. fr.cets... - sought, aa the k;oucJ. no matter of what r.nture. will be odd a::d fit? If damp. If :re nalnr.il"y It does rot aCoul c'lrl-c fciui of a cbouUl bo rrof'1' "d ':i A .f r draln-- r ttoroiigli ry-dry, roroua toil of ?; v.Cy or gr.:;.'ly nature la much :r. rv s. :'sfntory than an Impervious c.y t :'. 85 that of the v.oro open nnir. ji o;v rasl'.y kept A In a clean and r . --.'.:: "y condition. gentle lore larii i; :vo so fa cr south-cas- t Is rreferaUe !n rn'rr that the i:vfh sun'ight Jowls may rrccivj ra posslblo IuHi r the i:ort days of rr. v:iy desirable ,viater. Orcein r.s locations fcr io .'try rrcs on account of tho rl.r.i'e which the trec3 nord during tle lot suir.inor days, and in rctuih far t'. e thrdo thus provided the rou'tiy will irove n valorcfcnrdiat in comuable ally to bating many Injurirvs inrocts. ' There rre a things which Eliouhl bo observed in the construction of all houte nd if observed ho fovrls should kcc:i !: llthy and thrifty. j house which r i'l not ronnit of a lull circulation of fresh air should ; . : and after using them some three months I found a decided improvement in my kidneys, and I am glad to say that 1 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- Our Claim HENRY XX'ATTERSON Editor. M'RNISH Vol' & 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. Br. Miles' by Anti-Pai- n Pilfs WK CAN n steadying the irritated nerve centers, make refreshing sleep possible, thereby enabling the body to recover lost strength. As a remedy for pain cf any description Dr. Pills arc unsurMiles' Anti-Pai- n passed. Sold by all drunolcta under a guarantee asurlna the return of the prlco of the first box If no benefit results. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Inci. mi noiunu mi M) 'I J. L. ROARK Estate f si 4r-- A The Greatest Rose Novelty of the Century Send for Description anil Price List ORIEN L. ROARK, Manager If "FURNITURE UNERML Established 1879 Long Distance D IRC Telephones: EALERS TORS 108 te Bulbs of all Kinds in Stock. Miss Lenn Arnold has in stock all kinds of bulbs, and now is the time BOTH til 'YEAR MftL FOR ONE BLUE 5t CP Store 72; Home I We can also give liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier-Journal. ROSE-J- v The Wcw Rose (Yiolct Blur.) Hailed by the Rose Growers as the Forerunner of the Corn flower Blue Rose. Very vigorous and hardy. Free Blooming iBLAND TELEPHONE (INCOS & TELEGRAPH GO Write Courier-Journ- al Com- ... pany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send your subscription order to this paper-r-NOto the Courier Journal. T GrccnliouHCH JOHN E. RACKEBRANDT Princeton, Ky. and satisfactory communication with the people of th is great section of the country. We solicit your patronage. Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur- aid Louisiana. Illinois, Kentucky, Tennosse. Mississinrjl Wo can put you In quick Long distance lines and toloohones of this Company onablo you to talk almost anyvhorc In Southern Indiana. Southern rORATBD) passed. . . 4 M ES E. CALDWFU, LC TUm e, T. D. WElif;. Ifoot be built, ns it la likely to become idamp and stuffy. Cere should be ob served to prevent drafts as they are as fatal to gocd rczul;s as dampness If the roupe is already constructed and it rroves dnrr.;i. filling tLo loft (If it has one) wi;h dry. clean straw Deal at home as much as possible. Build up your Ride with IT he Greenville Transfer and Baggage wagon. Go. i JUST RECEIVED .rlll materially l.srrovs it When dropplrg b nrt's are used .they should bo lew to permit of easy They should bo made of cleaning. matched lumber and he twenty Inches 'wide for one perch and three feet Nvldo for two perches 'l'fcc first porch plncod at least ten Inches from tho. wall A good rcost nicy bo made from material 2x2 Inches then slight-.lrounded on the edgaa. Mr. Julian E. Soavcy, a New Hampnhlre man, thus describes a house for .chicks, which he has found to be very y - This will home town, make you a better home market and enhance the value of your property. oceseeo They meet all trains, day and night, with Bus Many Patterns of 1911 Wallpaper THE OLD RELIABLE KILLthe White Sewing Machines, in rotary and vibrator; needles. shuttles; etc. in stock for all machines. ROARK'S STORE. and CURE the LUNGS couch satisfactory: Sr. service; give your, laundry to Joe Morgan, who cIiooho. Several patterns of swing porch . Whan chicks are small I use two will appreciats your patronage. partitions, giving throe apart- settees at Roark's, and you are in ;lath ments with one hen and brood in vited to call. Cures "Golds" in any part of body, Hcst work, prompt Ki'IIpvo A7 My chick torr? is 4x3 feet,' 4 feet at tho bach, high In front scd 2 with floor. It hrs corner atones under It. The slopirg raceway (B) is Get potted plants and cut flowers convenient when cl icks pess in and ott I simply ralae bottom board (C) from Miss Lena Arnold. nnri fasten ur. to let chicks- all out nt once. (D. D.) Is stationary front. Take your beef hides to J. E. wire netting (E. chicks To E. E.) is made to take ('own from one Coombs & Co. and get the cash. end. The tcp boards (F.) are hinged or shut as I (0. G.) to be orc-fc-ed t!-- Dr. King's New Discovery for CWSB fiSte. w,th AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY 3! 1 I 911 MililTlLMl im Mki QMWilkKTikTmmWiW mm mmm zmwm m am m 1 GNSftft lw i ft i i uWflBl 10 be !Rccott HARCOURT - ""J1 L'L mm i mn &2.CO.L6uisville.Ky. Di'.Fenner'sGoiignHoneySi: ll r- - "Hi. rumli' Inc fall li mr c. ijli.il Ik'I-riiim' u ir pivMHH I'oIUk, ' UliuiiniatiMii, I'roiip. CLl 1 MANUFACTURING ENGRAVERS Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality. - O TbHU'. t imiurnca. ft H.nMiiiniliij'i, Aiuinft,ilioiH;Uitis,(t.rili, tv iioupuij; i.jubu. ij slz lir niill CO.- '- Freriuula.. X. T. nMCSBODoaois Mr. Seavey's Chick House, 7t ; each. Those partitions I removed aft or taking hens from chicks and put in irooat. I put Iavo slat framos at hot- torn to keep hen in when board (C) waB up. I Hko this style of house. It is easy to ctean by simply hoeing out at the bottom and putting in fresh sawdust. niMintocrnpliy f jf" 1f I See the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Roark's. will H Telephone No 5 and your laundry be called for and delivered. AmerlcanFh&tojrashy lJr ViF SELECTING GOOD EGG LAYERS Work, While Interesting and tant, Is Unavoidably Slow Trap Nest Demands Much Time. Tho work of soleeting and breeding strains of fowls from good la most Interesting and important. Tho work of developing prolific strains of fowls is unavoidably slow and 13 rendered ttlll moro difficult where a large number of fowls aro LiPt A busy farmer is not likely to have time to attend to any moro than a limited number of hons by the tran-tiomethod and it is doubtful If it .will cvor Uocomo popular with him. Although mechanically correct in securing results. It is a systom demanding unflasglBg attention, for at lenst "thc foropart of the day. and entailing tho keeping of "correct rocords of both male and female lineage. It Is most Important that the male birds used as breeders should come from a proline s strain of females. g cgg-Iayl- n cgs-kiyin- 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. Miss Lena Arnold asks the patron age of the public, and guarantees that satisfactory work will be done in her clothes Easy Compact Perfect Strong fe Swift Aocurate It is a very scriou3 matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to fjet the genuine Ucn- - draught Liver Medicine The reputation cf this old, reliable medicine, fcr constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, ia firmly established. It docs not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN F2 Standard Visible Writer Knablcs the operator to see every word as written without raising feature. carriage, saving time and trouble. Possesses every The 20th century succjss. In use by U. S. Government, 157 railroads and largist mercantile houses In many countries. Handsome booklet free. THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER CO., 10M09 Lake St., Chicago. cleaning, and repairing shop. pressing makes Uiilneys Foley's Kidney Cure end bladder Th!a oigntUuro is on every box of tho gomifnf right Laxative Bronio-Qninine'Tabio- ti WALLPAPER Special Prices, ho rcaic&y tu&t cmf n cold iu wou Ha) i COME and SEE THEM Roark's. The J. L. ROARK ESTATE SUPPLEMENT (Tbe IRecoiU been improved and refined, but the prices have been reduced from S50 to 5300 on the v.irious models. The model T touring car, 5 passenger, has been reduced from its last year price of SySo to $690, fitted complete. The company has contracted for material to build 75.000 cars, and the factories will be oper ated continuously on full time. something like 50 cars being built now daily, and the demand exceeding delivery. Y. OCTOBER 26, 1911. Spitler Set Right. is rather particular about the appearance of his office, and who rcalues the dangers from a sanitary point of promiscuous spilling, had a visitor recently who did not have the same ideas, or who did not care, and the visitor began a series of decorations that promis The ed to flood the compartment. action of the visitor roused the of fice man, who finallv begged to be excused, and when he appeared lit? carried n mop and a pail of water, which he used on the floor with double effect: he cleaned the floor and cleared the place ot the spoiiter There were no words spoken, and the friendship between the men re mains the same, but the spitter will be more particular in that office henceforth; in fact, the lesson max reform him from spilling on a floor anywhere, even at his home. A A man who M. C. A. NOIL'S. Fire In Stable Monday. An alarm of fire at 7 o'clock Monday morning soon crowded Main street, the stable belonging to Mrs. Lou Grundy, and used by Mr. James, Alien being nl)Uz- Mr. Allen had just been in the building, and had hitched up his wagon team and driven on the street when the blaze was discovered, the loft being afire, and as it was well filled with loose hay the fire department had to do quick work to save the building, which was done, as well as saving a good part of the ha v. 1' his was really the best work ever done by the volunteer force, and was the subject of much tavorahle comment. Marvin- Johnson, a young r.iloreit boy, was seen by some one running; from the stable as the flames were discovered, lie was hat less, and his actions caused his arrest. At first he denied that he was in or near the stable, but when confront ed with proof, broke down and made a confession that he had been sleeping in the loft for some time, and that as he awakened Monday morning he found that some matches in his trousers pocket were burning, and when he turned the pocket tiie matches lit in the hav. causing the fire. Me is being held, and may be sent to the school of reform, as he has been before the court on pre ivous occasions, on various offences. There was no insurance on the barn or contents. - At the meeting last Sunday three Pible cljsses were organized with a total enrollment of 24 That is a fine start, and during this week each of the rlasse is endeavoring to get n This is known large, enrollment. as enrollment week, and the regular work will begin on next Sunday afternoon. Now is the lime for von to enroll in one of these classes. The men's class is taught by Mr. T. N. Belcher, the vomit; men's class by Mr. C. W. Taylor and the boy's class by Secy. Anderson. On next Sunday the points will brgin 10 count on the pennant as First, total enrollment, follows: first class, 50 points; second 40 points and third, 30 points. Attendance at 75 per cent, of meetSecings constitutes enrollment. ond, peicentage of enrollment in attendance, first class. 15 points, second, 10 points and third. 5 points. Third, largest attendance, first class, 15 points, second, 10 points and third. 5 points. The first is for season and the second and third are for etch session 01 class. Maud your name to any of the teachers for enrollment, or to the presidents of the various classes, who are T. O. Jones. Oliver and Bradlev Sparks. These classes take the place of the regular Sunday afternoon meetings and every man, young man and boy is invited to come and enjoy them, whether a member of the V. M. C A. or not. All are welcome in these classes. ICirk-patrick Annual l'ossum Hunt will be held under the auspices of the V. M. C. A. on next Tuesday night. The party will leave the V. M. C A. building at S p m. sharp. If you know of a good possum dog get him ready for the occasion. All bovs The only aie envited to join us. rcquirmcut is that your name must be handed to Sec v. Anderson before 6 o'clock on Tuesday evening. The party will be in charge of a responsible committee as last year. Do not forget to hand in your name if you want to join the party. On the night of iiolloween at S 15 o'clock at the Y. M. C. A. the Ladies' Auxiliary will give an entertainment which will be in honor of the unmarried men over 16 years of age who are members of the V". M. C. A., and an especial opportunity is offered him bv all. living the privelige of bringing the lady of his choice. Do not f.rget the tour rcquirment.s: member of Y. M. C. A., over 16 years, not married and bring a lady friend. The Basket bull, first team, will meet on Monday, Oct. 30th. at 7 p. m., to organize J. L. Talari Assaulted at Depoy. Mr. J. L. Taggart, of Taggart Bros . Depoy. was assaulted and A CAM. TO I'RAYKK years the AssociaFor loriy-fiv- e tion Brotherhood has observed as a special season of praer the week beginning on the second Sunday in November. This is from Novem ber 12th. to 10th. this year, and will be observed by the local Association. Watch for further The Ford Motor Co., Detroit, as to the services to has announced its 1912 line of cars be held. and the prices. The cars have all By numerous requests the second dangerously injured Tuesday night as he was locking up his store, l ie was smirk on the side of the head with a thrown rock, and for a time it was thought that the concussion had broken the skull, but this was fortanately disproven. though Mr. Taggart has been confiMed to his bed. being able to sit up now. It is thought he will be aide to be out m a few days. Jessie Roirk and Buck Fdwards were arrested for the crime, and had an examining trial Friday, Roark being held in $400 bail, which he did not give, and is in jail. Kdwnnis' bail was fixed at 2oo, and his father made the bond releasing the boy. These boys, it is said, were drinking and becoming boiMerous in Taygart's store, he ordered them out; it is claimed they made some threats against him. and afterwards threw rocks, one striking Taggart on the head. The Cumberland l'resbvterian Ladies will hold their W. B. M. Day services at a. in. Sunday. An interesting program will be given. At the close an address will be given by Mrs. Johnnie Massey Clay, in whose heart originated the idea of U B. M- - Day. All are in vited to be present. 1 Fresh, smoked and salted meats of all kinds at J. IC. Coombs & Go's A new buggy and harness for sale. Carload of nppies for sn!e nt the market. 020 See J. l' Poag for n bargain. 3; depot at 3 1.00 per bushel, today. Isaacson, auctioneer, will be here Monday, and will begin at 8 o'clock to sell the largest collection of gooffs he has ever hail, consistRoark has received and put in ing of rain coats, overcoats, 600 stock 5,000 rolls of new 1912 wall- pairs of fine trousers, some special paper. fine suits, notions, and men's working suits. A child of lid. George, colored, died last Wednesday night, and was Read the announcement of the buried at the west end cemetery three da s aviation meeting to be Thursday. held at Hopkinsville Nov. L- than two weeks to election. See lira's Saturday specials. Mrs. Jane Moore, of Iiarlmgton, is visitiug the faintly of Geo. W. ISnres. For a firstclass shave, up to date hair cut. electric massage, good shoe shine, hot. cold and shower baths, go to Sam 11. Martin's barber shop, near the Max Weir corner. ISurr Grist Mill. Mv new burr rtst mill is in operation; call on 01tr merchants for Also rendv to White Flint meal. furnish the public with chicken feed and chopped corn. jl aS J A. Siiavkr. that will at Ice delivery will be discontinued tract thousands of people from this! Saturday, after which lime supplies lousekeeping part of the country, and will be well WAN HCD Good can be obtained nt the office during Maxaine rrijuires the services of a worth a visit. business hours. representative in Greenville to look I. C. R. k. LDCAl TIM! CARD. after subscription renewal and to ex Good morning! Have you been tend circulation b sprrnl methorls asked to run for councilman? sue which have proved Thanks, shake; neither have we. cesstnl. Salary and commission. Anyone else overlooked please write. Previous experience desirable, but NO. not essential. Whole time or -- prr Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Phillips and IJi l.ini- - ille Kiri. II am ( int r. pm tim it Address, with retrrencrs, J . ill.son, Uttdell, and Mrs. Win. Led IO I..ni-- inn. I. unit.-i.ib aim l;bt (Vlitrui t'lt )'. Fairbanks, Good H.iie keeping iii better, of Mnrphysboro, Ills., have 001 TH Ktil li. '.Idf.i.ine, 381 Fourth Ave., Ne x"' been here a few days with relative. IX'i l';.lii'ali mi Cairo am v,,rk t'it 111 r'ullon ... w to pm I 2, 3, 4. bis will be an event I nnn-Mull- J- i : I - I I The grading .ind terrace work which is just bring completed around the court house a. Ids wotulf rluH y nt that budding TU(t to the entire square, as well. t- - New Orlenti eelal Itri N. . -- Ix',1. ( l.ui-- . Ille 5. 1 I. W. U. I'mt J line ItM pa.r b.m :t. 2i' lupin am Am. dive us your jo work We are in sympathy with every movement having for its object tne upbuilding ol the town. and. to that end. we shall encourage everv worthv public enterprise, administer il of lhe citv'hlirlv antj economically, and do everv- " '. our uower to lrnorove and extend the streets and it is almost certain the . , , , ,. .. 3031. ana siaewaiKs ana an oilier public improvements. traiu will stop here. 2. We realize that water and light are indispensable to the lipworth League Program, Sunday safety, health and convenience of the citizens of the town, 7 but we favor the reduction of the present water and light M. rates, so that more money may be available for other necesMiss Laura Pittman, leader. We further favor an extension of the Sou;; service, 420. 482. sary improvements. Traer. water mains so as to bring water for domestic purposes and Bible reading, Jeremiah, 35, lire protection to as nearly the whole town as practicable, Hymn 697. and that each citizen may have the same at reasonable rates Is alcohol a benefit? T. C. Brown and upon equal terms. Alcohol a curse. J. H. Fegusou. Recitation, Marjory Hudspeth. 3. We are not being run by, and are not running in, of any person seeking appointment or election to Song, Mary Francis P.aker. Local option and prohibition as any office at the hands of the Council. We will not make aids to abstinence. C. W. l a lor. promises to any candidate for such oflic any Duet. Mary Ferguson and Chaun-cebut will give every applicant therefor clue consideration afGuy Morgan. ter we are inducted into office, and will follow the Statutes Hillou. "The worst yet" G and the dictates ol our better judgments in the selection ol My inn 41. such officials. League benediction. ville. m. j. Kryau, uiiie Junes and James JMcCreary will make a two-dawhirlwind visit on a sur traiu through Western Kei turk the1 y has been We, the nominees on the Citizens' Ticket for Councilmeii Siendtug several months in the .far North, has returned I torn his va for Greenville, adopt the following platform: cation, and can be lotiud most auv While we art justly proud of the progress and devel1. morniug bright and early at hi post, opment of our little city, we expect greater things for Greendoiuu business. who Mr. Jack Frost, Gut tform 0 nous, u .... " thino-withi- n t pre-electi- . y 1 There will be no preaching; all T. J. SPARKS, w the League W. W. NICHOLS. service. art cordially invited DR. L. P. MOORE. J. L. ROGERS, T. C. BROWN, H. E. EAVES,