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M Record1' Advertising' I Costs Nothitig. r 4 I f 8 s It pays for itself. - The investment is . 1 mtmh GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1911, AT ONCE THE RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED. Quito Literal. Look at this She (Indignantly) picco of goods which has Just coma out of tho waBhtub! How could tho man Moiion Route Announces New Schedule who sold It to mo tell mo tho colors woro fast? of Fares One Way and Round Trip. He I suppose bocauou ho knw how they could run. . Muhlenberg County potter's clay, is rich in coal, iron, timber, eetc, and the most inviting field in Kentucky for investment of capital and pluck. VOL. XIII. NO. 3S. CLEAN 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE FROSTING FOR CAKES; HOUSE ALL FULL DESCRIPTION OF PROCESS1 OF MAKING IT RIGHT. Success Depends Mninly on Steady and Brisk Whipping How Icing Is Colored and Applied for Decoration. Take sonio paper; parchment cK a fhoet of very thin notepaper, and rolling it into the Fhnpc of a funnel, pin it together, cutting oft the lower end just above thp bottom. Put, Make frosting ns follows. whites of four eggs into a bowl niul. whip them with a strong whip or whisk until they are dry. The success of the frosting deprtuls entirely on the Eteady and brisk whipping additions of sugnr. Add one tablespoon of confectioner's sugar, which has been carefully sifted, and whip briskly for three minutes, then add another tablesjwon of sugar and whip ns before. After third tnblcspoon has been added, add half teaspoon of lemon Juice and whip briskly ngaln. Continue this process untU mixture is stiff enough to hold in any form. Tho icing should now bo divided Into a3 many parts as there are colors, and each portion colored delicately to the deElred shade. Care must be taken to mix the pasto thoroughly through frosting, as otherwise specks of color will appear In it. Round loaf cakes lend themselves hotter to decorations than squaro ones. It should be Iced and put away to stand for at least one hour. Tho remainder of Icing should bo kept covered with a damp cloth. Draw a circle the size of the cake on a piece of paper, and draw any design, such as flowers, figures, etc., on the paper. Perforate design with a pin, thus making vnttorn. If paper is firm you may place It upon frosted cake, rough side of paper on cake, rubbing gently so that pin pricks will show In frosting, or you may place paper on cake and sprinkle over It a little finely powdered charcoal so that when paper is taken off the pattern is left on cake. Then take the funnel and partly fill it with Icing of desired color. Fold the top of funnel oer Icing, so thnt nono of the Icing will flow over top of funnel when contents nro being forced out of lm bottom, Holding nmi "! In one .v.mi'I move H along tho Kuqtr of tho .designs, ubL:s the, other hand to squeeze icing on pat. tern. It Is a good Idea to always be gin In center and work outward. t j Dect Vay If Family Can De Banished Hints on the Spring Ordeal. "Tho easiest way to clean houso is to do It all at once, turning everything upeldo down, having all enrpets taken up at the same time, all tho windows washed In succession, all tw paint scrubbed in one piece of work. If the family can be banished, this plan may be followed, but when tho onlinnry business of the home has to go on, such drastic measures should never bo practiced. Tho house should 'bo cleaned a rocm rt a time, but before going to these mako an attack on tho closots," nays Christine Ilcrrlck in Woman's Homo Companion. "Devote one day to tho china closet. Take tho china and glass out, put It on a table and scour tho shelves. Havo a blow-guand inject insect powder into any cracks or crovlces of tho shelves as a discouragement to invading insects. Wlpo off every piece of tableware beforo you put it back and discard ruthlessly brokon and cracked pieces. "When you put your china on the .shelves nso caro in Its arrangement. Tall pieces should go at the back, and fo should piles of saucers and plates. .Tie careful not to mako tho piles of plates too tall. Plates of delicate hlna at the bottom of a stack may no cracked and broken by tho weight of the china upon them. Turn tho glasses and tumblers upside down. "Go over the contents of your sideboard, especially tho table linen, laying aside such pieces as need mend-Mi- g and are worth it and putting tho hopelessly worn objects aside with ,your store of old linen. Wipo out tho sideboard drawers and let them get entirely dry beforo laying in fresh papers and restoring the linen to its place. Use tho Insect powder here, too." Ter-lnin- o n ELECTRIC BRAND 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- Si 2 round trip, good 30 days return ing, instead of $16. Patrons arc ofcessful and your domestic life full of fered exceptionally good service by pleasure, if you arc not supplied with the Monon, which on night trains telephone service of the Cumberland fiom 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 Phc day trains have Parlor and Din important points in local connections ing cars, and the very finest modern, with all residences and business hous-cs- . new coaches. Inquiries cheerfully For any information call man- answered by E. H. Bacon, D. P. A., ager, Louisville, Ky. Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Co. Incorporated. Save your home by having your Uarklcy Bros, do flues repaired. this work in best manner. What Are You Going BITTERS t MEDICINE THAT BROUGHT US HEALTH THIS PEERLESS TONIC and STRENGTH GIVER Is an unrivaled remedy for all troubles of -- 1 STOMACH, LIVER AND KIDNEYS IT BUILDS UP THE IT CURES INDIGESTION RUN-DOW- N IT PURIFIES THE BLOOD IT STRENGTHENS THE NERVES t 4' SUiark s Store Nrftui IT IS THE BEST FAMILY MEDICINE ON EARTH TRY IT. PRICE 50c AND $1.00 PER BOTTLE SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY Furniture, Moldings, Wall Paper J. Ii. HAYES Painter and Interior : We carry on our floors and in our ware-roothe largest variety of Furniture In Muhlenberg. If we do not have what you want, we will get it for you. We have factory connections with makers of the finest goods in the country, and through "Our Special Order Department" can supply any exclusive articles at less prices than city stores or mail order houses. Our Picture and Room Molding-stock- s are always complete. Wallpaper is now a staple article of mer THIS MAKES MEAT TENDER chandise, being used all the year 'round. .Implement With Cutter Wheels Which, And we always have full selections, prices Rolled Over a Steak, Loosen Up S cents and up per roll. the Fibers. - - fcugralring All DR. Crown nil Bridge "Work ilonc Druggists. Decorator. : DENTIST. TT J. W. BARLOW, at reuuonnble m' prices. OUlce up utalrrt, In the Jones Building. 1A Greenville, Ky. line Bridges lb & Shannon (o. trade and the pubgoods in all departbetter selected than We carry a varied DR. T. J. SLATOti, IMiyMlcian Office ilnln-croa- and Burgeon . WADE s street near Mnluutrcet. (ft DEPOY. KENTUCKY We announce to our that our stocks of ments are larger and ever in our history. line of lic CAM HOWARD. II. GRAY. HOWARD & GRAY, &ntiavh Even the best of butcher shops sometimes have tough meat, and at tho other shops It is a toss-uwhethor you get a good steak or not, unless you are willing to pay fancy prices. A Pennsylvania man has Invented an p t0ur Engraving Machine is the only A Little Good Paint in one in this part of Kentucky, and we are exclusively prepared to supply individual Name PUtes, which we furnish on all outfits without extra cost. LAWYERS. Office tt tt tt Time Saves $ $ $ in GrctB BailAiaf, lypsileLaXeafc Hotel. tt tt tt tt tt tt tt undertaking and Ettbalsiig. Coffins in White Enamel and Stained Put Into tho pan two tablespoonfuls of butter and a tablespoonful of finely chopped onion. Add a bit of bay leaf Venetian Eggs, and, If desired, a half blade of mace As soon as the onion has colored, remove bay leaf, mace and add a cupful and a half strained tomato, a quartet cupful of cheese cut in small pieces, a 'teaspoonful of salt, a salt spoonful of paprika and three eggs slightly beaten Cook until tho eggs are of a creamy consistency, stirring constantly and scraplug from the bottom of the pan, then pour over slices of delicately 'toasted bread. Grapefruit Glasses. Nothing Is more .annoying In the morning when one has to bolt one's breakfast In a hurry than to find tho .grapefruit sliding all over the saucer. Pretty grapefruit glasses may be bought which aro Just large enough to hold a half of the fruit. ! Some of them aro in plain glass, top, while with the regular straight-cu- t others have a rolling top of tinted IglaES. Thoeo last aro pretty If tho tinted portion matches the design In the breakfast china. i Varnish finish; Caskets in White Enamel, Telephones No 78 Natural Woods, White, Colored and Black and Copper Cloth Covered; Strictly Fare lined airtight Caskets; all lengths, and WHITE LEAD regular, extra and double extra widths. Puro Linseed Oil, Purs Turpentine Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes constant and the most expensive colora MiTWEEN ly in stock, for immediate delivery. The kind cf paint we use never erada or Burial Robes, Wrappers, Suits, Dresses, cs!c - only years of wear will rcmors it. and Chicago Louisville Slippers, etc., In large variety. Let u figure with you whea ready to pan! Our two licensed Embalmers respond at BEST LINE TO end durable job We guartntre a once to calls for such services. ncei reasonable Don't put k of. Our general equipment is complete and and the of highest grade. Vast We have a Funeral Car in service, sub Telephone No, 254. ject to call anywhere. Ml Tele CSTTwo Private Two trains daily jje New stock sewing machine needles phones, Store 72; Residence 108. French Lick and West Baden Springs. Residence 150 yards from store. at Koark's for all machines. Prompt service any hour day or night. When your buildings need paJntwg, every Aay'i delay coU you money. The sub, raw; wow and frot ate retting in their work. Lwrhyco.Ma too much to lot it decay for want c iXSit'pakt. It co: Is lew to use good j.amt than to 0 without it. We use nothing but good paint on out work. DRS. HELTSLEY & HELTSLEY OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS Office at Home, East Maincross Street. GENERAL MERCHANDISE GARTER Monon Route n California Northwest Long-Distan- TUB ORIEN J. L. ROARK ESTATE. I. ROARK. Manattr. UNION STATION, LOUISVILLE. DEARBORN STATION, Braised Steak. One poirnd and a half of round steak of medium thickness. Spread on meat board and pound flour Into It, first on lone side and then on tho other, until you can get no more into it. Place Jn a hot buttered pan long enough to sear quickly on both sides. Then pour in a little water (hot), cover closely and stand on back of stove to simmer for two hours. See that water Is kept ;Jn the pan so that the meat does not cook dry. but It must cook slowly. If done according to directions It will al most "melt In your mouth." r implement for making meat tender that will bo found useil In any family, but especially iu households that cannot afford to buy the choicest cuts. A hnndle with a fork to it has a shaft running through tho ends of tho fork. Revolving on this shaft are a lot of sharp little cutter wheels, I to tako Cardul, for your fotnalo with teeth that will bite through solo 4 troubles, because ve aro sure it leather, If necessary. When a steak Is 1 will help you. Remember that found to be too tough, the cook can lay It on tho kitchen tablo beforo 3 this great female remedy putting It on to bo fried or broiled and run this Implement back and forth over It until tho fibers have been loosened sufficiently to mako It tender. There are other devices for this purpose, among them a hammer with ?, has brought relief to thousands of shnrp projections In tho head, but tho h olher sick women, so why not to wheels are said to have tho advantage you ? Fcr headache, backache, of penetrating all the way through an periodical pains, female weakordinary steak and doing tho work ness, many havo said tt Is "tho more rapidly. best medicine to take" Try It Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask far one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BLack-draugh- T CHICAGO. tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt ft Undertaking Department tt ft tt We have just added an Undertaking Department to our tt business, and will carry a comprehensive line of Coffins, j tt kets, Robes, Suits, Wrappers and Dresses. Also have a Hearse tt tt (f in service, on call anywhere. Orders in this line given prompt tt ft and careful attention any hour day or night. tt tt $ Telepbones: Store, No. I. NpJo. IZ or No. 3. tt In Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Farm Implements and such goods our stocks are especially strong. 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Peel and coro eight large apples, ter, one lemon rind and Juice, one salt cup of milk or put Into a baking dish with a little wa spoon of salt, Press cream, three eggs beaten separately, Aer and bake until tender. through a elevo Into a largo bowl and then beaten all together well, adding s stiff whites last. Line pans with rlcn Jsot aBlde to cool and chill. Add of a cup of sugar and tho nastrv. Hake like a custard. This whites of four or five eggs beaten stiff, rccine fills a deep squash pie plate. with a tew grains 01 sail anu a nine To be eaten cold. Grate nutmeg over lemon Juice and grated peel to season. the top before baking. Beat this mixture until very white and light, turn Into a buttered dish Rice Oalls. and bake about 20 minutes. 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Koakk, Editor. to elevate the people of his by one David Campbell eleven years calculated Loag-blstanTelephone, No. 72. more than a century ago, built in state upon a more perfect form OiNee In new unr.ex rear of store, Rromiil I'.oor. f good government. ICvcry one 1S00. Although the house has stood who heard him must honestly admit "IoYeNTS PER YEAR. IN ADVANCE. the storm and tempest of years for his speech was untainted and over a century, it seems but little that TERMS. ntarnished. It was plain, direct dilapidated and looks like it might TheaulMcrlptlon price of the paper Is paya and logical, free from any defam ble in ft'lvimoe, nmi wnen me ume unsuiiiiiru last for many years to come. This to'wliltsh It 1h palil, the. paper will be stopped. by one atory accusations of persons and Cards or thaukH, obituary notices, etc., If not house is now occupied than ten IIiich, will be published free. A Charles Carncal, who seems to love parties. cHarse ot oc. per line win iw mnc mr Inp lines. No variation of this rule to anyor's Judge O'Rear was followed on and cherish it as a comfortable Free sample oopleR will be mailed. riday by A. O. Stanley, who de- Advertisements will be Inserted. A rate card home. In this house many persons will be fnrnlrtlied on request. in- Its founder, ivercd a speech to a small crowd. Address nil communications and make all re have lived and died. UKCOUD PI! ESS, mlttances pnyab'.e to His speech was clownish, ludicrous David Campbell, died in another Greenville. Kv. and ridiculous, and wc might say, state. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1911. mpolitic and ineffective. His dis The ('jmpbfll family that were course was simply the spitting and among the early settlers of the coun Entered at the Greenville, Kj, poMolllce ua puttering of sarcastic criticism and second-clasWe ty have disappeared lone airo. matter. THE NATIONAL mixed with other ingredients, is one of the abuse, do not think that there tending only to tickle the fancy name of those families extant in the The White Frost. GREENVILLE, KENTUCKY and amusement of his audience county. The Campbells that were , The young moon takes a frightenwith his stimulated wit and humor. DIRECTORS W. A. Vickliffe, W. G. Duncan, C. E. among the first settlers of the couned survey of the north woods and He indulged in egotism and self- their ancestors were originally Martin, R. T. Martin, E. J. Purycar, C. M. Martin, Jno. hides its shyness behind the cypress ty, praise, which is considered a scanleaving the from the highlands of Scotland and lal,if the people had believed him swamp west of the lake, T. Reynolds, Jr. can be traced back to the first part sky to a million stars. The chill they would have thought that he of the seventeenth century to one .which had come creeping out as Alexander Campbell, who lived at would never taste death, that the The standing and responsibility of th'e men soon as the red sun went down grows Argvleshire, Scotland; Lord would take him and that he Inderrary, who constitute our Board of Directors are a bolder and colder. A blustering his son, William Campbell, with his would form a trio of human beings :vind had vexed the trees all day, ranslatcd to Heaven by the holy guarantee of careful, judicious management, family, came to America and settled A visitor is ex.but it has hushed. angels. All speeches of such char in Virginia; William Campbell's son, pected, anil there can be no roisterDavid Campbell, who was born 1710 acter ought to be denounced by all ing disorder. and known as black David Camp good people everywhere and all men Jack Krost, the most brilliant his dark hair, eyes of such calibre should be stood lo courier in the court of Ring Winter, bell, because of seemed to be to convince her audi- Thanksgiving Day Proclamation is and complexion, and to distinguish lie rear. We have witnessed many is en route, with a numerous retinue. DR, L. P. MOORE, T. J. SPARKS, a race made for Governor in Ken ence, and especially those who were T. C. BROWN, Issued by President Taft. him from white David Campbell, his He will pass this way to picpare for tucky, but ncycr before have we inclined to accept her views, ot the J, L. ROGERS, cousin, whose hair was light, com H. E. EAVES, Chicago, Oct. 30. President Taft W. W. NICHOLS, the later coming of his august and plexion fair and eyes blue, lilack seen such an array of political dem necessity of adopting the Socialist issued his annual Tbanksgiv night master. The portcnlious David Campbell was the father of agogucs and shysters of Kentucky doctrine for state find national rule. ing proclamation, calling upon citi grows still and solemn and cold. who married and of other states like frigtencd Wc considered her an expert sophist. zens of the United States to celeMerc humans, seeing their breath William Campbell Mary Allison; this William Camp buffaloes dashing and bellowing over She sought to convey the idea and brate Thursday the 30th of Novemexhaled in mistv streamers, shiver was captain in the regular &rmy, Kentucky and furiously attacking mpression upon the minds of her ber, next, as a day of thanksgiving and hurry to take numb fiigers to bell fought in the French and Indian one oi the purest and best men of hearers that capital was the master and prayer. The proclamation the comforting fire, where a stump wars also in the revolution of 1776; our state with vile and slanderous of labor, and that the wealthy op reads as follows: of oak or hickory burns in white heat he was general of the malitia and accusations; with unfounded charges, pressed the poor, that under the ad "The people of this land, having There they huddle and tell sad sto they come like ravenous and hungry ministration of our laws the accu- by long sanction and practice set ries of the deaths of kings until the was called general Campbell; he, wolves after an innocent lamb, mak- - mulation and concentration of the apart toward the close of each passwith his family, came to Kentucky, chill, crcaping up their backs for all ng speeches fraught with vitupera he died. His family consist wealth of our nation produced and ing year a day on which to cease that their faces roast, diivrsihcm to where ng of David, Charles and William, tion, censure and sophistry, trying increased poverty, by the spirit of from their labors and assemble for bed and blankets. to make false impressions lo deceive favoritism, being exercised in the the purpose of giving praise to Him Then Jack Frost, with a million anc, Annie, Mary, Martha and lict and mislead the people from the legislative enactments and judicial who is the author of the blessings by. He sy. Alary married vnaien uuaru. elves, comes marching Martha married Timothy Guard. support of a good man. They come rulings of our laws and constitution. they have enjoyed, it is my duty as tQit We represent ill draws a finger across the water posing as political saints and sancti bucket to bee the film of ice cover it. Betty married Hays. This part of fied office holders, declaring that She. adroitly pictured and presented Chief Executive to designate at this general Campbell's family located at the conditions and the advantages time the day for the fulfillment of kinds of firm ani toe Home insur ot a leaf in the forest rustled, al- Equality, Illinois. David, Charles they believe that Judge O'Rear is that had over the poor this devout purpose. though each is touched by a march insincere in his statements. Judge under our present form of govern arnnnrtw ( "Our country has been signally ance (o. ot H. ing elf. The oak turns a dcepei and William Campbell, with their rr mother, located in Muhlenberg O'Rear and all those that have dif ment, and in doing this she was able favored in many ways. The round I red, the maple a richer crimson, the county. Charles Campbell married ferent views from them have the to arouse sympathy and enthusiasm of the season has brought rich har All poplar a more brilliant yellow. same right to so consider and cen Her vests. Our industries have thriven among some of her hearers. but the pine, the spruce, the hem- Nancy Oates, a daughter of Jesse Oates and located in Hopkins coun ture them, which makes an ofsct. talk was to some extent of incendia- far beyond our domestic needs, the lock, the cedar, the balsam acknowlThey denounce Judge O'Rear for ry nature, calculated to mislead and production ot our labor are daily edge a message from their sovereign. ty where he lived and died. Some his advocacy of the principles of the had a tendency to encourage a feel- finding enlarged markets abroad are the wild tribes- years afterwards Wilham Campbell The evergreens Republican party. They not only ing of revolt from a loyalty to our We have been free from the curses men of the woods. They know no and his mother moved to Equality, Illinois, where they died. David hurl their vile daggers at Judge present form of government and its of pestilence, of famine and of war overlord. Spring may coax them to O'Rear but at President Taft and administrations. and Our national counsels have further Speeches a lighter, fresher green at the limb Campbell married Mary Campbell, tell the people that they have lost a talks of such character are calcula- ed the cause of peace in other lands located about four and one half lips, but neither Jack Frost nor Kme; sum of money variously estimaied, ted to disunite and to breed. discon-tcntio- n and the spiritm of benevolence has Winter, his master, can force them miles west of Greenville jn 1800, ranging from one hundred and fifty .Chat ought not to exist for brought us into closer touch with to show another color than that they and built the house we have referred to. Jane Campbell married Will million to three hundred and fifty the peace and prosperity of our 6ther peoples, to the strengthening wear until fire or decay overcomes million dollars by the President ve country. JJutshe, like many others, of the bonds of fellowship and good them. The maple, a patient, an an iam Martin, the grandfather of the toing a few tariff bjlls that were pass we writer. They located five miles suppgse, js so craved rjnd delud: will that link us to the comrades in chorite, may rend his garments and GIVE US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE- cd by a called Congress last spring, ed with a cultivated sentiment of re- the ijniyersal brotherhood of nations other ev west of Greenville where they lived shed his plumage, but the the session extending through the f Strong irj the sense of our own volt that she cannot be convinced ergreens arc obdurate and indepen and died in 1B51. Anne Campbell, rights and inspired by as strong a daughter of General Campbell entire summer at a great cost to the of the error she is advocating. Jjo dent. BLACKWELL peopje. Jjf'ow as to the result of the doubt she is honest in her endeavors sense of the rig'hts of others, we live Annually Jack Frost observes married Maj. William Campbell, a vetoing of the tariff bills, they know lo and Relieves that she is doing right. in peace and harmony with the their contumacy and passes on. first cousin .of her father; he first GREENVILLE, KY. catcd at Grecnyjllc and built a house as much about it as a hog does holi It is to be regretted that many of world. Rich in the priceless pos "Annually they defy his painters. day; they speculate only on one side Thoy do so now, although the other where the JaMeape Hotel now of the tariff problem. A tariff en the people of this country and per- session and abundant resources lna trees hang out their most gorgeous stands; he sold out and moved to actraent and law always has two sons of intelligence have become de wherewith the unstinted bounty of luded with the vain idea as that God has endowed us, we arc unself colors, the tapestries flung out by Nashville in 1820. His daughter Cintha, married Samuel Campbell sides and effect. 7'he President whch js entertained by the Social- ishly glad when other peoples pass loyal subjects. could say wjih as much propriety ist. There neyer was a government onward to prosperity and peace Throughout the cold, still night a distant relative and a son of Col and consistency that by vetoing the in all the ,hstory of the world that That the great privileges we enjoy the coming William Campbpll, who also located the favorite oourtier of tariff bills he saved the country of a has exjsted under the rulings and pi ay continue, and that each coming king marches with his elves through near Greenville and was the father Iqss that would have occurred in the of Judge Alney McLean administration of the Socialist doc-- j year may sec our country more firm the valley, over hill and across lake. Charles V. Wing and, prianiBrank depression of the business industries trine and discipline; and we thipk iy established in the regard and es The first light of coming day arrests ojf the nation that wp.ujd Ijaycfarex is the Turning now to JJavjd Campbell shall; for such a system of teem of our the progress. Mere humans, aris cecded the gajn that would Jjayc been nevef government pan ncycr be progres- prayer lhat should arise in every conditions, who built the house in question, his Jngfoithshaddcre to chili realized by nojt vetoing the bjlls and sive apd She stated thankful heart. prosperous. find the trail of that triumphant family consisted of William, John perhaps save the country from de tfyhcrcforc, I, William Howard that she believed that the Socialist jnarch marked. listeningly in the Charles, Robert and Thomas, Mary structivc panic that would have stag Taft, President of the United States and Betsy, Mary married a Doug doctrine and principles could be giowing sunlight. nated business and so crippled and adopted, inaugurated and executed of America, designate Thursday Log, ntump, and turf, the black las. Betsy married Givens. They disorganized the Democratic party under ouci present form of govern- the. 30th. of November, next, as a the split both settled in Missouri. William cned trunk of fallen tree, that it wouJd have required a quar ment- but such ap cjea and asser- day of thanksgiving and prayer, and wood in the pile, the sled by the .Charles and TJiomas went to Cult tpr pf a pentury o hayc recuperated I earnestly cajf upon my countr) tion s absurd; to institute thp side of the road, the handle of the fomia in 1840, Robert located in its lost strength breathe pasy and and policies to be men and upon all that dwell under ax, the clover at thcsidc of the trail, the western uart of Kentucky We arc of the opinion that it would a daugh practiced under our present form of the flag of our beloved country the wintergrccn, bright in tlic long William Campbell married have been more rational and manly government, would bp to require a then to meet in their accustomed all outdoors is ter of Benjamin Hancock in Muh igrass, the face of jn Clark, Underwood and James repeal and revision of all our state places of worship to join in offering icovcrcd with a shining, filmy mass lenberg county; he was the father of instead of howling around oyer the apd patjonal constitutions and our praise to Almighty Cod and devou of white the trad of Jack Frost and Hen Campbell who became a prom country trying to deceive and mis has john incnt man in California, statutory laws, under which our na- thanks for )c Joying rfiercies lis elves. lead the people, after the President in Muhlenbcr if the given to us. tion has long prospered; and They were so industrious in their Campbell remained vetoed the unwise tariff bills, to have people "In witness thereof, I have here of our nation should agree to triumphal march that the silver of county and died in 1875 m his 80th sent him a card of thanks and con adopt the Socialist form of govern- unto set my hand and caused the accouterments was worn away year of age; his family consisted o their gratulations for his great gratitude States to be affix and a fine while dust, unsubstantia John, David, Land, James and Lew ,in vetoing the dangerous tariff bills ment it would be a leap in the dark seal of the United ed. and a flight after the speculation of as the dust of fairy silver, fell and is, Viola and Margaret; they hav With the new Edison Hazda Lamps maintaining the peace "Done at the city of Chicago fancy. The Socialist idea of civil all died and disappeared from th and thereby powdered the ground. you can, at small cost, light your store winand the prosperity oi the nation government is without a formula or this 30th. day of October, in the The first rays of the sun melt it county; the two daughters perhaps dows so brilliantly that they will compel and the preservation of the Demo chart and has only been tried in year of our Lord one thousand nine .The evidences of a fairy march will survive in another county in the the attention of the passerby. Attractive cratic party. small societies and organizations hundred and eleven, and of the in not endure, but mere humans, early state and the families of Gen. Will window displays create the kind of desire On October the ifiih, we Ijstcn which have always proved a failure dependence of the United States o rising and seeing the silvered land, iam Campbell and that of Col that results in increased sales. and thirty know that the handsome, brilliant William Campbell have no rcpre ed to an address of Mrs. O'Hara amj unsuccessful in way of satisfac- America the one hundred The new Edison Tlazda Lamps burn Socialist sixth. courier of old King Winter, with his sentativc name now in the county St. Louis, to a good sized crowd a tion and. advanccmcpt. satisfactorily in any position and are parUy the President. where she adypcat government would simply mean a the court houc, .riumcrous following, has been by in while the house built by David ticularly well adapted for eifective window P. jC. KNOX, . Campbell in 1S00 still stands a mon ed the .doctrine of the ocialjst ?ar lapse bacjeward., but we hope for he night. and store lighting:. We have ali sizes. H Secretary of State.?' ument of a lost and almost forgotten ty. She seemed to be quite a glib better things. Jt is not oyr purpose, "Jhe Amitmg Farm for Sale. family; such is fate as time moves talker and her discourse was skill in this short article, to discuss the Greenville Light & Water (o. 'ITjhe JJillie Armstrong farm of 6oo on. Needles for all sewing maclunesa The Campbell families of this fully handled, her arguments were Socialist question before the people. well guarded with references and'il A Votek. Roark's. county-wer- e more or less connecte facres, near Earles, for sale as lustrations, so as to exclude much .whoje or to suit, on very easy terms by ancestral lineage.Rondo All kinds fresh and salted meats doubt of the soundness of the So Typewriter ribbons, all machines, Madison ..Apply to Bassett Brosv cialist theory. Her chief object at'Roark'g" at J. E. Coombs & Co. Let Mc fix your clock. xville, Ky. 31 HE R A Voter Hears Speeches. THf CAMPBELL FAMILY. : SATURDAY BARGAINS aosaoeeoo9oa)oo9ce MASS MEETING AT RECORD PRESS, BRIZENDINE'S CABBAGE tyio lb. SATURDAY ONLY. COURT HOUSE AT 7:00 JP. - Those who have not made Ketchup will find tKis a good time to buy. Sell you all you want at tKis price Friday, Nov. 3rd. M. All s FIRST BANK citizens of Greenville are vited to be present at the Court House at 7 p. in., Friday, Nov. 3rd, to hear a general discussion of the issues of the present campaign for - City Councilmen. The undersigned candidates for Councilmen will publicly present their views and hereby invite all other candidates to be present and tell the people publicly what they stand for. Every man, woman and child in this town is invited to be present. y W.D . BLACKWELL & BkO. General Insurance S- 01 writes y Y.Jp mm w ' ' FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY :s BONDS BRO'S in-la- w fellow-nation- s, Brightly Lighted Windows Draw Trade v ? s I. C. &. R. LOCAL TIME CARD. See Hru's Saturday specials. Uncle Jos Lilc Dead. Uncle Joe Lilc, a well known Give your job printing orders to farmer and citizen, died at his home Tub Record. near Bancroft at 5 o'clock, Wednesday afternoon Oct. 25, after an NOKTIl llOt Nll. See Coombs & Co. before you illness of some months from catarrh ..llJio am sell your beef hides. Ji2 I.mii.svillo Kxptorts o 27 1.5) inn 102 CtiK'lmiatl H.irMs of the stomach. He was a pioneer I. Its am 101 UonlMillo Limited .. . 7.15 pi" 'M Centnil City iieooimnodulloti of the county and a man who has Sec Big Ben at Macks watchUtltrMl. seen its many developments. He is 135 Puduonh anJ Cairo ncottin 5.15 am making shop. survived by his widow and two Ifil Fulton uocommoiliitloii li. I0jm 11.10 wit 101 Now Orli'iiux Kei-luInterment was in the Home rendered lard iztfc. per daughters. M N. O. sjieo. (LoiiUville itasnr. nl ) I.Si)iiiii W. G. Ciuwrouii, At. June 5, 1011. family graveyard last Thursday afpound. J. 15. Coomhs & Co. ternoon, and was laigely attended. Mr. James Uoggcss will occupy Evefybody is urged to attend the his new home on Main street soon. meeting at the court house tomorThe candidates on the Progressive row night at 7 o'clock, at which Give us your job work. Ticket invite you to read their de- time matters municipal will be dis Gcccnville has lost one of its nu- clarations and pledges, and if you cussed by all candidates for council merous lawyers. approve such principles, shall ap- who desire to make declarations. preciate your vote. sj.ooo rolls of new 1912 wallpaper will draw The town lot sale in stock at Koark's. The ladies auxiliary of the V. M. many people to town. A free lot C. A. solicits orders for Thanksgiv- and $20 in gold to holders of the Fish Wednesday and Saturday at ing cakes, and will supply any sort lucky tickets will attract hundreds, J. 12. Coombs & Co. of cake that may be desired. Tele- and these added to the lot hunters should make a lively day of it. phone Miss Jessamine llarklcy. Read the platform of the Progressive Ticket for councilmcn. The round trip rate to Hodgcn- Fresh, smoked and salted meats . . . . WOMAN'S Of MISSIONARY UNION the Paducah and Muhlenberg Presbyteries in a Two Day Session with the Church Here. Lower Prices and Better Service on Ham, Bacon and Dried Beef j. l It's next to impossible to. slice Boiled Ham. Dried Beef or The fifth annual meeting of the Woman's Missionery Union of the Bacon by hand and not get several ragged or irregular slices per presbyteries of Muhlenberg and Paducah convened here at the Presbyterian church at 2.30 o'clock yesterday afternoon, and will have morning, pound. You don't like thatldnd of service and neither do we. afternoon and night services to day, when session will close. There That's just the reason why a few weeks ago we installed an arc about a score of delegates in attendance, and the ladies of all the churches arc lending their presence and support to the services. The improved meat slicing machine. With this machine we can slice dried Beef to a tissue oarjer night session tonight will be an address on missions by Dr. Chester, and thinness and have each slice perfect. And we can slice Bacon and to this everyone is invited. Following is the program: boiled Ham exactly as you desire it and have every slice the same and do it much quicker than we could by hand, therefore we have Opening ServiccfWednesday, November 1st. Devotional Service Greetings Greetings from Sister Churches. Response Solo of all kinds at J. E. Coombs & Co's villc Nov. 9 to the Lincoln memoRoark has been in o 20 rial dedication will be 3.65 from market. days this week. here, on a special train that will Mr. G. W. Jolly caught the prize leave early in the morning, returnFor Sale Good Jersey milch cow 'possum last Thursday night, the ing that night. and calf. J. K. Coov.ns &Co. weight being t.i pounds. This is The interest in the city council reported here, The crowd here Monday was the the largest one ever it is said, and indicates that we arc tickets tops other election matters, largest for months to attend county and it is anticipated that there will grading up our stock in this line. court. be a full vole polled for the variotis The bazaar of the Presbyterian candidates. Last Saturday was a busy day in auxiliary will make a specialEverything seemed to ladies' Greenville. Telephone and telegraph offices ty of aprons, and solicits orders. be booming. arc arranging to care for election re Anyone wanting to contribute an turns next Tuesday night, and there Earliest ever known, Rbark last apron, or the material for making will be many people here from the week received his first shipment of one, will please sec Miss Sallic surrounding sections to get the news. 1 9 12 wallpaper. Mr. C. Cincinnati V. w Briz-cndin- Roll Call of Churches, with Statistical Reports. Reading of Minutes. Appointment of Committees Repert of Officers. Mrs. W. H. Stuart Home Corresponding Secretary Foreign Corresponding Secretary. Mrs. W. T. Tandy Treasurer Mrs. McKenzie Visitor 451 Hymn General Discussion: "Why am I Here?" Missionary Creed. WEDNESDAY NIGHT, 7:30 0"CLOCK. Hymn' Prayer Hymn Scripture Reading. Solo, Address Hymn Give us your order for fresh meat. Coomiis & Co. Quick delivery. & Briz has some specials this week, Oysters, Celery, Fish at Coombs and tells you in this paper. Co. Just a few more strenuous days, and the agony will be over, except to the defeated candidates. Of course they will be sore for a few days. councilmcn Some of the would-b- e arc dangerously near exceeding the speed limit in their race. What is Your Family Worth? If your family is worth the best you can afford in house and food and clothes, is it not worth the best reading as well? And the best read A traveling troupe of gypsy horse Mrs. W. D. Oatcs has purchased the beautiful property of Mr. 1. L. traders have been camped west of Hope on College street and will town for some days, and they have been doing some business in the move to it shortly. matter of exchanges and sales, oc Last year we had a pretty fair caionally buying a horse. Mon snow on Oct. 28; this year we have day was a feast day for them, and had only a very few light frosts, and they showed some of the local felno cold weather of any amount yet. lows how to make big money on cheap horses. A new born babe of Mr. Shelby The fa- Carey died last Thursday. Mr. Wyatt Newman was severely tr and mother havejthc sympathy ujutcd Monday by a "kickback" of of fricuds in the loss, of this a tree which he was cutting down. THURSDAY MORNING, 9;00 O'CLOCK. Owensboro Society Praise Service Minutes. Miss Shaw Paper: "Some of God's Promises to his People," ; Miss Arnold Talk Exchange of Programs of Societies. Miss Ruth Bohannon Solo Miss Tandy Talk on Home Missions 283 Hymn Recess. Dinner on the Church Lawn. "THURSDAY AFTERNOON. 2:30 O'CLOCK. Dr. W. R. Henderson Devotional Exesciscs Minutes. Report of Nominating Committee. ..... ....... Election .... .... .... ..... .... ..... ....... .... 2:30 p. m. been able to shade our prices somewhat. Hopkinsville Society Mrs. W. R. Henderson Mrs. R. H. McCaslin Miss Hay . . ,. Swift's Premium Bacon Swift's Premium Boiled Ham Swift's Premium Dried Beef are our leaders in these lines. Very choice meats most carefullv and perfectly cured and as clean and appetizing as you ever saw. Will make you hungry just to see them. Call and see them and, watch us slice your order. W. H. BRIZENDINE & CO. 237 ' Dr. W. R. Henderson 181 Mra. E. E. Gregory it ft, Announcements. . - . - Dr. R. H. McCaslin 76 Benediction. Progressive Ticket 4 For Councilmcn. S. D. BRADLEY . of Officers. ' Selection of Time and Place of Next Meeting. Unfinished Business. New Business. , Owensboro Society Watch.Towcr, Address, r j. h. Smith . W. E. DRAKE BUREN MARTIN L. E. RICE v, , thr first-bor- v.! . 4 .. and when the tree cleared it kicked back, breaking his nose and lacerating his face. The injuries arc Hopkinsville is entertaining a painful, but not serious, and he will large number of visitors this week, soon be out again. who have gathered from far and near to witness the aviators today, tomor- Central City to Have Another News- row and Saturday. paper. . incorporated concern is to .'n Woods arc fast taking on fancy and somber colors, and will soon be start a newspaper in Central City, at the height of their beauty. YerV' and has alrcadv received a standard begun to ghed tlieir cayes, inotype machine and a part of its I he name of the paper equipment. as frosts have been light. has notbeen announced, but it will For a firstclass shave, up to date be Democratic in politics. Modern ' hair cut, electric massage, good and ample equipment will be pro shoe shine, hot, cold and shower vided, and it is said that there is baths, geno Sam R. Martinis barber plenty of capital behind the enter- rize. WJth proper editorial and shop, near the Max Weir corner. mechanical jrjanagement, the busi Next Tuesday is election day, and ness should prbve profitable. it is thought that a large vote wjll Oiled Streets at LeitckfieU. be polled in jthe county, as interest is growing, and many forces will be The progressive city of Lcitchficld at work to'gct the vote to the polls. has recently oiled about one and mas holidays, the dates to be nounced later. an(pw-hay- e of the Pres- another, holding the butt on the for men and women is to be found byterian church will hold a bazaar stump. He was using an axe, cut in The. Youth's Companion. at the Y. M. C. A. during the Christ- ting away a, small retaining part, Of stories alone The Companion The ladies' auxiliary In falling the tree lodged aqainst ing best for boys and girls, best will print nearly 300 in 191 2. With all the rest of the paper thrown in, Responses. Mrs. M. L Girton . China and Japan Mizpah Korea Mrs. Mitchell The Potentialities of Woman a Missionary Society, THURSDAY NIGHT, 7:30 O'CLOCK. Hymn. Scripture Reading. Prayer. ' Dr. S. H. Chester Address Hymn. Benediction. .... Record. 12-inc- h, and counting the glorious long serial stories, they cost the subscribers less than a cent apiece. Moreover, you will look long before you will find sto- ris varied and interesting stories of coolness in the face of peril, strange adventures with creatures ot the for ests and the sea, moving stories of life's obscure heroisms, stories breezy with gppd natured humor, quaint and curious character 'Now is the time to subscribe, fpr you will receive free from the time your $1.75 is received all the issues for the remaining weeks of 191 1, There were any number of parties, public and private, Tuesday night. The social affairs were very nice, but the hooligans did quite a number of things that branded them as ruffians. ' n Mr. A. L. Whitmer and family were herd from Sacramento Sunday, coming pver for theday jn their automobile. &iss Hazel Morgan ac- ppnipapied thcpi op thejr return, and wnl makp a short visit there. Considerable work is being done on the lots in Evergreen cemetery. Mass meeting at court house to Scores of them arc being covcicd morrow evening. with tobacco stems, which will in sure protection to the grass for the A carioad pf apples was sold at winter and enrichment of the ground. the depot in a few days this week A shipper from Illinois brought the Burr Grist Mill. car here. My new burr grist mill is in oper As much good .weather as we have ation; calLcjn your merchants for Also ready to had, we yet have glorious Indian White Flint meal. furnish the public with chicken feed summer coming to us this month. and chopped corn, Three cjty council tickets, and all . jl 28 J. 4. Sj!AT.r of them speedipg up to the limit. There were several land sales Sybil Christine, two weeks' old rpadp Monrjay by master commis sioner Taylor, and special commis daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. James sioner Maurice K. Gordon, of Hop Brown, died at their home at the kins, sold several thousand acres of depot last Sunday morning, and was land along the Kentucky Midland buried Monday morning at railroad in this county. miles of its principal streets using 6,000 gallons of oil at a cost of 4 cents per gallon, delivered at he depot. The Standard Oil Co. supplied fiee an improved sprinkler, and the work was done by teamsters and others who donated horses and services for the work. The improve ment has been great, and the absence of dust and mud as well as the better binding of the road surface, conyincc everyone of the eponomy effected. It js planned to extend the work in the spring, when all the streets will be sprinkled. one-half containing the openidg chapters of Ralph D. Paine's great serial story of the Boxer rebellion, "The Cros3 and the Dragon." And there is the gift of The Companion Caledar for 1012, "On the New England Coast," lithographed in ten colors and gold. Only Si. 75 now for in 52 weekly issues, but on January 1, 1912, the subscription price will be advanced to $2.00. THE YOUTH'S COMPANION, 144 Berkeley St., Boston, Mass. ich Some one in your home prefers vcjcal music. You'd rather have instrumental,. You can both b sujted with a Victor Double-face- d 10-inc- h, in one Two records in one almost at the price of one $1.25. 75 cents; ROARK A Clean Mm OaUidc cleanlipcsn is I tan fclf the battle, A n may scrub himself a dozen tfrnes, a day, and still be uaelean. Good health means cleanliness. n,p only outside, but inside. It means. j "clean stomach, clean bowels, clean bipod, a cleap liver, aa.4 er, clean, healthy tissues. The aa who is clean ia" this way look it and act it. will work with, eriertfy" apdl tfuBk clean, clear, healthy thguits, " He will njy'er be troubled with liver, lung, stomach, pr Wood fiis.Qcders. Dyspepsia and indigestion originate In unolean stomachs. Blood diseases are found where there is unclean blood. CiufMumptloH and bronchitis mean unclean lungs. We, as above, candidates for councilmen of the City of Greenville, ask the support and suffrage of the citizens of the town, for the following reasons: 1. 'We are proud of the progress made in our city along all lines; and as loyal and interested citizens promise, if elected, to do all in bur power to continue generally this desirable movement. We favor the vigorous enforcement of all laws, thus 2. promoting the peace and prosperity of all our people. 3. We favor the extension of water and lights to the city limits, in all directions, and shall supply these for public use as far as means at our command will permit, and shall endeavor to secure reductions on present rates, and shall use all legitimate means to attain t4iis. 4. We shall manage the affairs of the city on the most economic basis consistent with sound business principles, and shall improve the streets and alleys without favoring any section at the expense of another, as far as the city's funds will permit. We are also in favor of needed sanitary improvements, thus protecting the health of the city's inhabitants. f we are elected we shall serve to the very best of, 5. our ability, and without salary or fee of any sort, returning the same to the public treasury for the improvement of the streets of our city, 6. We are not, nor shall we pledge ourselves to any candidate for Marshal, City Attorney, or any officer whom it is our duty fa appoint, but if elected will select men who in our judgment are competent and will enforce the law. Or if the people prefer to elect these officers, we will, on a petition of 33 per cent, of the voters of the city, cause a poll to be openeel at which a majority may elect these officers. N 1 r. f "3 1 ' ."to-- Subscriptions Received At this Office. Special Train to HodgeBvillc Nov. 9. MUHLENBERG COUNTY The I. C. will run a special train from, this place to Hodgcnville on Jov. y, to the dedication of the Lincoln memorial building. The Ie SAVINGS BANK start will be made from here about Greenville, Kyi 6 a. m., returning that night, and the rate and definite schedule will be announced soon. President Taft and many other notables will be in attendance, and participate in the exercises. A large crowd will go from this county. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery prevents these diseases. It makes a man's insides clean and healthy. It cleans the digestive organs, makes pure clean blood, and clean, fccelthy 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 uncleanlincss. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pd lets cure it. They never gripe. Easy to take as candy. habit-formin- g X Appreciating' your past patron ag'e we solicit all or part of your future Banking' business. THOS. E. SUMNER, Cashier. v5 The Rfcord 50c. per yra. "WE USE'9 DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE And ?o?i' have to grease Tim quality of Lamp Oil you use counts Immensely fur or aj;aiitst jour comfort una health, 'lliore'8 a perfect oil mado for peopla v.ho she thought. It 13 but once a LUCKY renncj from Pennsylvania Crudo SOLITE OIL Hennery st Warrca, Ia. Motcr Guhollnc. "Xo Carb" Aure OIL CHIEF, week. Registered Poland China Boar. Services at J. E. Coombs' farm at SI, due when service is rendered. Oil tho best ever made. Full, v.hllc ilamt never flickers no soot no odor. Costa no more than Inferior tank-wapoils saves money an well as eyes and comfort. Your dealer has It 'la original barrel direct from us. Made in Louisville by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. CiiaS. C. Stoll Oil Co., Louisville, Ky. J. E. COOMBS, Greeaville. Ky. X?nP On Illgh-ffratl- o Fvimiture, W&.llp&.per, Shades, Moldings. Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper.-SOME COOKERY FRILLS POTATO SOUP IS IMPROVED BY A DASH OF VINEGAR. Individual Pate Is Out of Date Delicious Salnd of Different Nuts and Fruits and Shredded Celery. The usunl lncljli:i y of potato soup Is improved by adding a rinsh of vino-ga- r just beforo rerrliig. As nil may , Slippers, Gr&ve Vaxilts. Disinfection ROARK With My Back." "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 Why Not Our Name has been before the public for 30 years, most of the time right on the spot where we are now located. Read not like tho flavor the cruet can be passed. All fruit salads r.r Improved by marinating In French dressing, though Inter scned with mrycnnalfe. Instead of the individual pate, it Is moro populnr now to pn?s one or two large pates, "each g".ct serving Fill with r.imhrooms, oysters or creamed sweet Licaiis. niscults or French rolls for frrmal use nre more iliml uitive thnn ever. The former iho'.iWl l.e the size of :i thick. end n imar'er-lncA delicious talnd was made from different nutr, white grapes, a lltt'o Fhrcddcd grane fruit, i Incai p!o cut Into cubes and hhredded ec:ry. Mask In mayonnaise or rerve with a cream dressing. jr. is tho usual When a Veiled breakfast dlih. vary it by bienk'ng it raw into the esacnp and cooking in hot water to the if I:ed com latency. The flavor is quite difftrent than when cooked In the iV.o'A. Fingers of l.rcrd al out four Inches long, quarter of nn inch wide and the came thickness LiiMerrtl thickly and browned in a quick oven are delicious to serve with lol'.cd eggs. Salad is now unual'.y parsed In n salad dish, but v. hen rcrvsd tMrcctly on the individual p?atca nn appetizing nnd nrtlttic effect can le had by making nests of 'hrodded lettuce or endive, in which nu. epgs made of cream checte co'o.tu with t pinach Juice and fprlnklod tMckly with paprika or b!ack pepprr. Ccvcr with mayonnaise. In baking a cake, s'lnt tho flour in the batter and you will have a much more tender cake. Gcod cranberries canrot be made If the sugar is allowed to boil in with the berries. After tho cranberries arc eoft nnd strained through n colander ndd n scant pound of sugar to n quart pi terries, bring to a boil nnd cook or a Jqurvininutes. Put lVi nn Ihfl linrriOS nt hnllln-- . 'jtvhen first cooked. her-Ecl- f. h three-quarter- s The Courier- - Our Aim constantly has been to sell the best goods in our lines, at the most reasonable prices. Our services are of the highest grade, our wares the best, and our equipment compares with the best of the larger cities. We endeavor constantly to increase our usefulness. f I ,fet mt Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pills and after using them some thscc 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 thc:'system becoming weakened Is exposed to any form of disease to which the sufferer may be inclined. Ex-Jud- Journal? HENRY VATTERSON Editor, WI2 CAN Our 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 arc at your command. Dr. Miles' by Anti-Pai- n Pills FURNISH YOU 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. Miles Anti-rai- n rills arc unsur passed. Sold by all druggists under a guar antee assuring the return of the price of the first box If no benefit results. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. The J. L. ROARK Estate ORIEN L. ROARK, Manager THE RECORD AND I UK WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L F & ?-- URNITURE UNERAL Long Distance EALERS D IREC Teleptas: Sim U lisme K)8 TORS tstablisSed I8?9 Bulbs of all Kinds in Slock. Miss l.cna Arnold has in slock all kinds of bulbs, nnd now is the time Following to begin the cultivation. arc ready for delivery, and orders taken for others, and prompt deChinese 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; Bedding Hyacinths, Dutch, 5c each, 60c doz; Forcing Dutch Hyacinths, toccach, Si. 00 doz; Tulips, mixed, 20c doz. I30TII ONI- - YEAR FOR We can also give liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier-Journa- l. A Tlic Greatest Rose Novelty of the Century BLUE ROSE CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE (l.VCQRrOKATBD) & TELEGRAPH CO, Write Com pany, Louisville, Ky., for free Courier-Journ- al for and Price List The New Resc (YWet Blue) Hailed by the Rse Growers as the Forerunner oT the Corn-Sen- d flower Slue Rose. Very ous and hardy, Free Blooming on sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send your subscription order to this paper NOT to the Courier- Journal. GrcctihoiiHcs JOHN E. RACKEBRANDT Princeton, Ky. Long dlstanco lines and telephones of this Company onablo you to talk almost anywhere in Southern Indiana, Southern Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi and Louisiana. We can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with the pcopio of this great section of the country. We solicit your patronage. Rates reasonable. Equipments and facilities LELAND HUME, MES E. CALDWFLL, T. D. WERI, vrew HOUSEHOLD. For darning stockings use crochet cotton, it Is preferable to darning cotton, as it doss not harden when . I Ride Deal at home as much as possible. Build up your with i: .washed. If your pics overflow in the oven in scrt a short piece of uncooked maca roni (n tho top crust. This 13 better .than the paper funnel. An excellent cleaner for painted aur. faces Is made as follows: Two quarts .of hot wntcr, two ttblespoonfuls nf turpentine, a pint of skimmed- milk nnd enough soap to make a weak suds, When steel knives nnd forks have become tainted with fish they can be rubbed with frosh orcnga or lemon peel, and the- taint will disappear en tiroly. ' In When mnkirg a mayonnaise which only the yolks of eggs nre used, tho economical housekeeper will use the whites for a dessert, such as apple snow, for frosting, or for meringue on a pie. i - home town, This will make you a better home market and enhance the value of your property. The Greenville Transfer Co.! I I They meet all trains, day and night, with Bus nd Baggage wagon. . JUST RECEIVED Many Patterns of 1911 Wallpaper KILLthe White Sewing Machines, in rotary and vibrator; needles, shuttles, etc. in stock for all machines. ROARK'S STORE. Get potted plants and cut flowers from Miss Lena Arnold. Take vour beef hides to T. E. Coombs & Co. and get the cash. and WITH CURE the LUNGS cough Dr. King's New Discovery FflR Trial Settle Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. rWThten. you want - , For Silk Cushions. Iff you have cushions In jrour liotmr. you must hnvo noticed iliow often the feathers or down comes through, giving tho pillow a fuzzy, unsightly nppenrnncc. This could hnve been avoided, and can bo tho next time, by ironing the Inside of the Bilk with an iron that has been rubbed with shoemaker's wax. ' Thin Ironing, done beforo the pillow 4s made up, will act as a sort of thin on t)ie fcllk, and will prevent tho fenthens from vorKlng'through. d OPUCHS OLDS PRICE GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED. Uest work, prompt service; give your laundry to Joe Morgan, who Several patterns of swing porch will appreciate your patronage. settees at Roark's, and you arc in vitcd to call. Cures "Colds" in any part of body. Rcllnvr ANY Couch in an hour. XLhc a rtifA IRecorfe &2.CO.LouisviI!e,K)t ENGRAVERS Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality. HANUFACTURING 'Gil HARCOURT xine-fojjrt- Coffee Cream Cake. f cups .Eugar, two One r.tid tenspoonfuls of flour, two eggs, 2 baking powder, pinch of salt, about thrce-fourtof a teaspoontul lemon cup butter, one tablespoon ful cocoanut. Melt butter, break In without, beating, rj)nur In cno third cup of milk half cut cold coffee one-halh rATnimtuni"m:""1 MrCIIANIC '"t!trlcity. the W to Willi; VJ' in 'fjfifm nwlnJilroce.aniMio rmcSimple, c Dr. I Fenner's Cough Honey otlicrunllrino falls this will lirln a Cure. Taki'ii Iwforo cxpomiro inrvcnts riii, Cold," lllicumatlfm. Croup, etc VThcro AND I - 'tlmraptr. JIMajeir. "Snmiioon IMili. Co. C nraonSt . Boston, Jim. letervti!r I tl. il, full of pi. furci. Sim. I'le copy frte it you name BnSSnptionAaSihuIjnroncIii Hj Dealer. Inllurnia. WhoolnR Conch. The SOc slzo bjr mall 00c Kmlonia, K. Y. See the very latest thing 5 in carpet 1 Strong Pliotoernpliy AM I! make In Cream for filling double boiler, one-ha- rhree layers. lf . milk in cup of (lour, two ej,s beaten, salt, essence, one cup sugar; boll ingredients. iMt One I'lioTix.nAHiYteiclietit ncautirulpUture. uirtilH ly pilie conteita, p' tine ultkUin, question t an Kit Intcreiti AN sweepers at Jloark's. verol. 6 Simple cny free rnuiu-- , Telephone No and your laundry will be called for and delivered. Amor jcinFftototrrsahy lkcon,St., Boston. Miil. Baskets. Cut as many oranges as will be required, leaving hnlf tho peel wholo for the basket and a strip half an inch Removo nuln tviAa for tho handles. use Julco for making Sand .Juice; ornnse Jelly, riace baskets in a pan Fill :of broken Ico to keep upright When ready to fwlth orange jelly. ccrvo put a spoonful of whipped cream over tho Jelly In each basket Serve in a bed of green leaves. If by chance paint sCts stick .window nanes. do not use a knlfo lcoaen them. A cloth wet in hot vino ar will clean them perfectly. A white porcelain bathtub that haB rn'n brown may bo most perfectly cleaned "by tho use of spirits of turietlne appnea vnn B nannei cioin : Orange r I Very Serious 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, carhop 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 cleaning, pressing Gppet Swift It Is a very pcrjous matter to ask for one medicine n4 Jjaye wrong one given you. For l&l reason vo urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BUck-- DraugHT Liver Medicine The reputation of thi3 old, reliable medicine, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is firmly established. It does not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN F2 Standard Visible Writer Enables the operator ta ses every word as written without raising feature. carriage, saving time and trouble. Possesses every The 20th century success. In use by U. S. Government, 157 railroads and largest mercantile houses in fnany countries. Handsome booklet free. Lake St., Chicago. THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER CO., 10T-109 f i and repairing shop. Sausage Rot. a rich biscuit doucli. roll out sput In each n fried sausage anil pinch Bako until like a turnover. ixrowa. . -- COME and SEE THEM Thia fllgnaturo ia on every box of tho gouuin Tablet Laxative Bromo-Quinin- e e nunpriy that cturee a raid Im mo Tv-a jDftkes kidneys Foley's Kidney Cure rjia oiaaaer rtgau WALLPAPER Special Prices, at Roark's. The J. L. ROARK ESTATE tf