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I u Muhlenberg County potter's clay, and the most inviting field in Ken-- ! uucky for investment of capital and pluck. tjCtc, is rich in coal, iron, timber, It pays for itself. The investment is c Get our rates, sure of returns, VOL. XIII. NO. 39, GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1911, Quite Literal. Look at thU 8ho (Indignantly) pleco of goods which has Just come out of tho woshtub! How could tho man who sold It to me tell mo tho colors were fast? Ho I Ruppooe bocauBe ho knew how thoy could run. THE RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE D0B1KT ACTIVE INDIAN RUNNER DUCK Small Dreed, Noted for Its Egg Production and Termed the Leghorn of the Duck Family. Those (lucks camo originally from India; henco the iinmo Indian. Tha term "Hunncr" conios from the fact that they literally run Instead of waddling like most ducks. The Indian Runner Is n breed of email, utility duck noted for its egg production, nnd Is ofton termed tho Leghorn of tho duck family. Theso ducks have been credited with records of more than 200 eggs each in flocks of ton, nnd 192 oggH oach In flocks of nno hundred. Tho "Runners are active In their habits, are good foragers, and on an extensive run nro able to n.v GKORGIC K. HOWARD.) Monon Route Announces New Schedule of Fares One Way anil Round Trip. 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 12 round trip, good 30 days returnby way of making your business sucing, instead of $16. Patrons are of cessful ami 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 from Louisville operates CompartTelephone K: 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 Givo tho hen wide range. important points in local connections ing cars, and the very finest modern, with all residences and business housnew coaches. Inquiries cheerfully Tomatoes should ho started early. es. For any information call man- answered by E. H. Bacon, D. P. A., Potatoes are a highly specialized ager, Louisville, Ky. cropj Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Co. Incorporated. Cows should be kopt comfortable at Save your home by having your all times. flues repaired. Barklcy Bros, do Provide some succulent feed for this work in best manner. What Are You Going BITTERS MEDICINE THAT BROUGHT US HEALTH THIS PEERLESS TONIC and STRENGTH GIVER is an unrivaled remedy for all troubles of 4 I STOMACH, LIVER AND KIDNEYS IT BUILDS UP THE IT CURES INDIGESTION RUN-DOW- N II II IT PURIFIES THE BLOOD IT STRENGTHENS THE NERVES ewes In winter. Weeds rob tho soil of food elements required by other plants. Farm philosophers say this le ing to be a very dry year. go- 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 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 faciory connections with makers of the finest coods 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 merchandise, being used all the year 'round. And we always have full selections, prices 5 cents and up per roll. J. H. HAYES Painter and Interior : AH DR. Crown and Druggists. H Pair of Indian Runner Ducks. find a largo proportion of their footl. They are are hardy and easily reared, but do not stand confinement well. Their flesh Is of a deep yellow color and is of fine quality, but their small slzo Is rather against thorn for market purposes, except for broilers. The standard-breIndian Runner has a long, flat, finely formed head t a light fawn or gray and white color, the former being preferred. Tho head should be adorned with cap and cheek markings of light fawn or gray, the cap being divided from the cheek markings by a narrow line or white of an Inch wide. The about ullt is of unusual length, fairly .broad and strong at tho base. In tho ducklings the bill Is of a yellow color, spotted with green. When fully matured, tho bill should be green In color with a black bean. eye are of a hart color nnd J: The nack Is set light In the ; unus-iAllong anri skntlor and white In color from head to tho beginning of the breast markings. Tho back Is long and narrow and of a light fawn or gray color. Tho breast Is round and of a light fawn or gray color, evenly divided about halfway between the point of the breast bone and the legs. Tho body Is long, narrow and carried erect, with no Indication of keel, somewhat resembling that of a In shape, and is of a light fawn or gray color. Tho wings are of medium length and carried close to tho body, the shoulders nnd top part of tho wings being of the same color as tho breast Tho tall is composed of hard, stiff feathers, the six feathers of tho drako being well curled. Tho color of tho tall is light fawn or gray. The legs should be of medium length and set well apart; the toes straight and connected by web. Tho shanks and toes should be of a deep, bright yellow. Tho standard weight or tho drako Is 4 pounds and of tho duck 4 pounds. d h l Pen-qui- n The mllclwcow needs a shelter from the summer storniB and heat. A pig that Is fed grain all his life usually fails to pay expenses. Decorator. : DENTIST. Bridge Work done J. W. BARLOW, at reasonable prices. OiUce up stairs, In the Jones Building. gen and a largo amount of potash. Potatoes require considerable nitro- Greenville, Ky. SNIP MM lb KHDfft ft HANNON (0.1 yard to exercise A cheap The pigs should bavo a clean, dry In during the day. PIiyHlcIfirt and Hurecon. Ofllcc Main-crosCAM s DR. T. J. SLATONi WADE street near Malnutrcet. DEPOY, KENTUCKY (ft We announce to our trade and the pubthat our stocks of goods in all departments are larger and better selected than ever in our history. We carry a varied line of x lic :- -: and effectlvo way of dehorning calves is with potash caustic. By judicious cholco of varieties carrots may be enjoyed for a long season. A dally HOWARD. I! . GRAY. - - Engralmtn. C3T0ur Engraving Machine is the only record of work dono will one in this part of Kentucky, and we are cut out many of tho wastes of the exclusively prepared to supply individual farm. Name PUtes, which we furnish on all Tho oat crop as a money maker on outfits without extra cost. - A Little Good Paint in Time Saves $ $ $ When your buildings need palia, every da yr delay costs you money. The am, ttm, snow nnd frost arc setting in their work. Lustier costs too much to Id it arr.&j fct 'vani ol ir tittle paict. It costs less to use good paint than to go without ft. We use nothing but g sW paiet oa out LAWYERS, Office Ih Green Duildinf, opposite LaMeade Hotel. DBS. HELTSLEY & HELTSLEY OSTEOPATHIC 1'UVSICIANS GENERAL MERCHANDISE and can supply most of the wants of the people. In Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Etc., we offer large selections. In Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Farm Implements and such goods our stocks -: are especially strong. In all departments prices will be found the lowest, and your visits will be highly appreciated. ::- -: :- -: ft ft & rr-Jx- e .ttcntlon Coffins in White Enamel and Stained Office at Home, East Main'cross Street. The soil on cultivated fields on hilly Varnish finish; Caskets in White Enamel, work-Telephone No. 78. or rolling land will wash less If Natural Woods, White, Colored and Black plowed well and extra deep. Cloth Covered; and Copper Strictly Pure lined airtight Caskets; all lengths, and WHITE LEAD Tho gardener should try to grow tho regular, extra and double extra width3. carrot quickly In order to secure tenPura Linseed Oil, Puro Turpentino Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes constantder, sweet, uniform specimens. and the most expensive colors BETWEEN ly in stock, for immediate delivery. The kind of paint wc us? never cracks or Burial Robes, Wrappers, Suits, Dresses, One of tho chief reasons for butter cales only years of wear will remove it. Louisville and Chicago (ft becoming rancid at an early ago Is tho Slippers, etc., in large variety. Let us figure with you when ready to paint Our two licensed Embalmers respond at fact that it is not washed thoroughly. (ft BEST LINE TO and durable job Ws guarantee a once to calls for such services. oriccs reasonable. Dca't put k of. One ton of nverngo fresh manure Our general equipment is complete and Calif urn ia and the contains ten pounds of nitrogen; one of highest grade. ton of clover hay, 40 pounds of nitro(ft Vast We have a Funeral Car in service, sub- Telephone No, 254. gen. (ft ject to call anywhere. TeleSSTTwo Private Two trains daily (ft Prune tho trees In tho early spring New stock sewing machine needles If possible, any month of tho year If phones, Store 72; Residence 108. French Lick and West Baden Springs. Residence 150 yards from store. at Roark's for all machines. necessary, but be suro to pruno the 'q Prompt service any hour day or night. trees. it . deserves, Undertaking and Embalming. CARTER Monon Route Northwest Undertaking Department Long-Distan- Clover and grass seed may be sown, and a good stand secured, on oat ground during the last of April and tho first of May. If tho buttermilk Is not washed out It will furnish abundant food for the bacteria, Blnce they thrlvo on tho casein in tho milk. n With a quiet, steady team a boy, with a sulky plow, can do fts good work as a man with tho walking" plow. half-grow- The J. L. ROARK ESTATE. ORIEN L. ROARK. Manager. Very Serious UNION STATION, LOUISVILLE. DEARBORN STATION, CHICAGO. business, and will carry a comprehensive line of Coffins, Cas- - W kets, Robes, Suits, Wrappers and Dresses. Also have a Hearse a; ff in service, on call anywhere. UrdersMn this line given prompt ?! and careful attention any hour day or night. Telepioiies: Store, No. I. We Ask You to tako Cardui, for your femal troubles, because we are aire it will help you. Remember that this great female remedy It is a very serious 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 get the genuine S Hl$tt, No. !? or No. 3. ft Dinin? and Parlor Cars. Palace Drawing Room Sleepers. (ft E. H. BACON, D. P. A., N. W. Cor. 4th and Market Sts. LOUISVILLE, KY. 1 The BRIDGES & SHANNON CO. ft DEPOY, KENTUCKY ft Black-draug- ht Do not forget tho shady nooks. The rusty appearance It Is getting near their molting season. It should be remembered that chicks do not need any feed for tho first 12 to 36 hours niter hatching. It Is preferable to keep a box of dry chaff constantly beforo tho fowl3, nllowlng them to oat all they wish. To Insure fertile egg3 It Is most essential that the breeding stock should be as well fed as timely mated. Tho growing cockerels should now be separated from the pullets, and tho former given an extra allowance of feed. s of tho diseases could bo traced to Impuro air, dampness, Improper food, cIoeo breeding and ill chosen conditions. A hen that goes around with hor mouth open Is not a comfortablo hen; she is too wnrm. Olvo her a place to clt down and cool off. every Throw oren tho windows night, but tick sonao cloth of some kind over them to keep out things that have no business In the house. If farmers would uso tho samo Judgment In feeding their poultry that Ihey use In feeding their dairy cows they would soon find tho results quite satisfactory. As much poultry feed as posslblo should be grown on the farm, but feeds may be bought as necessary, such as bran middlings, gluten meal or beef scraps. Three-fourthwlde-meshe- fowls need them. Housos must bo kept sanitary and tho fowls free from vermin. It Is tho even, steady thrift of our Etock that makes them pay a profit Tho comb not only denotes egg laying, but the general condition of tho hen. ' Lice are working havoc, and too severe measures cannot bo adopted to destroy them. a Already tho fowls are assuming Liver Medicine ble medicine, for constipation, and liver trouble, is firmly established. It does not imitate other modicines. 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 Is no professional study that requires closer work than does tho development of the corn plant a combination of brain toll nnd nature. ' There The reputation of this old, relia- NEW YORK Pigs in thopasturo requlro sort of crudo shelter to protect Worn the sun and keep them blistering and scalding on hot some them from days. Growing geese requlro largo quantities of grass, which they will obtain If allowed their range, nnd which will cut down the feed bill at least has brought relief to thousands of oiher sick vomen, so why not to yen ? For headache, backache, periodical pains, female weakness, many havo said It Is "the best medicine to take," Try It OLIPPER IS THE OREATEBT SHOW THEATRICAL PAPER 1 IN THE WORLD. $4.00 Per Year. Single Copy, 10 CIs, ISSUED WEEKLY My Doctor "Try Cardui," writes Mrs. Z. V. Spell, of Hayne, N. C " I was 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 belter. I got able to be up and help 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." 1 nl ,1 iii Aiuo cum s rpr.t iujr ti. fs one-hal- f. Tho picking of live geese for the live geese feathers, so called, Is practiced less and le2a. It Ib a cruel practice, and ought jto bo entirely abolished. The amount of feed that the pigs should get cannot, be definitely advised. That must be determined by the feeder from the nppetltes of the asslmilato food. i WOOL SJ HIDESandKUR BcklDtatas. we ess nurrk. ct Keterecce: asj bank la LeaiSTiiie. we iwnish Wool Baf s Free to shippers. Wute tar pice bL - WE BUY Sample Copy Free. ALBERT FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (Ltd). JTIILISHEKS. J. BORIE. 47 W. asm St. Jisw Yokx jaxxsxa. AT FACTORY PRICES GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS m or TAKE 3 w . SABEL & SONS ieSS. LowiHe, Kr. Woman'sTonic i It has been found that tho seeds of many weeds will retain their vitality for 15 to 25 years, possibly longer, and not all of tho given year's seed grows In any one year. surprising how few farmers hayc cement floors in their stables, and as n rule they do not realize tho loss they sustain by having tho earth It Is 60 kM MiHKr EXPERIENCE 1 4 YEARS' ' ; floor or a leaky, filthy plank floor. Poorly-hatchepoorly-brooded and chicks furnished good grounds In the past for believing that artificially-hatchechicles were not as strong and vigorous as those hatched by the hen. and they were not. But matters have greatly changed of lato years. There aro now Incubators and brooders that are reliable and safe. d Coots very little, proves vory satis factory for Iitivn. door yard, Wo malto fencing for lawns, door yards. Uriel, Iiojp nml poultry. W ruo tor rntaiosr. frnr-iIui- Anyon9 ending n sketch Mid description tnay opinion free whctlior an O'llcUIr ascertain our paloiiiniiln-ConimunlcInvention is prolinblr HANDBOOK tlonsRtilcllycoiitlilciitliil. oul'ateuta eoiit Iree. Oldest nirciiT for Becurinc pntontn. l'iiiciiu taken tlirouuti Jlmui k Co. receive tjtcUl nor Jet, without elmrco. In tuo Copyrights &c. DCSICNS NO. 270 We ship all vehicles Direct from our I nclory C. O. I), to Consumer subject to examination ntul approval on 30 days free trial. It is of the KTcattt importance to the (iIoIh llu&!y & Harness Co. to have even one who deals with tis n phased and Satisfied I'likioniiT. No eiToil issparcd to make Scientific flineilcan. A lmndsomcly pi I Mi. hi i.r mi DeKalb. III. UNION FENCE CO.. Kansas City, Me. J. . ' l.inriml. Tonus. 3 a year: lour tuonlus, f 1. boi J ujan nemaeaierfl. Co.'-NewYo- IllnMrntM weekly. rk largest clr. C MUNH each shipment such excellent value in quality of material, workuinnship, fmi?h and style cf vehicle that it vrill be a Lostinrf Advertisement nnd bring s many orders in return. 1 f we please you, by selling you nu honestly made buggy and at a price less the Middleman' l'rofir. you will recommend our goods to your neighbor. Our Guarantee isabsohttelv as good touur customers as it would be to a dealer. 1 f oodsnrc not as rep resented your money Is returned to you. You tnkc no risk. Wo manufacture honest Vehicles nnd Harness, wvcour cuMoiuem moucy, fill orileru prompt!. Write for our Free llugjty and Harness Cutuloguc. GLOBE BUGGY & HARNESS COJWPANV OWENSB0RO, KENTUCKY Cardui is successful, because it is made especially for vomen, and acts specifically on the womanly constitution. Cardui does one thing, 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 ky 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. for Special Instructions, and Write to: Ladles' Advisory Dept. Chaftanooca Medicine Co.. Chattanooca. Tenn.. book. " Home Treatment lor Women," sent iree. J a Braacti OMce, 636 F BL WwiiUjtoB, O. Subscribe for The Record Only 50c rlMlf;,lj)W;.Bt(fcj THE RECORD. An AiidependeiMvapape The Sa,e flf C;(v Lo(s jn ,e Sparks & STATE ELECTION RECORD PRESS, , riuiusnxD TiiuuanATii nr Slaton Addition Last Thursday Was a Great Success. Returns Democrats to Power by an Old Time in :AT: Owns Kick, OniEN L. HOAltK, President. L,. Secretary. More BRIZENDINE'S Large Glass Sugar Bowl9 5c, Large Glass Butter Dish, 5c. Large Glass Spoon Holder, 5c, We are offering you these Big Bargains to make room for our holiday goods which will be rolling in soon. W.D.B LACKWELL ORO. General Insurance We represent the Home Insur ance Okibn Lona-Dlitanc- Koakk, Editor. Telephone, No. 72. Than 160 Choice Lots Sold Majority. Kentucky elected Hon. James B. McCrcary as its Governor by about 30,000 majority on Tuesday and the whole Democratic ticket about the same amount. It was a landslide, carrying every Congressional district except the eleventh. The immensity of the victory was a surprise to even the Democrats, who entertained no such vast hopes. The day was fair, and the vote heavy in all sections. Muhlenberg county remains in the Republican ranks by decreased majorities, George Baker being elected tD the legislature by about 175 majority. ' The most surprising feature of the election here was the development of strength on the part of the Socia' sts. L. L. Davenport, the S. cialist candidate for representa tive, receiving almost a thousand otes. Heretofore, for some year?, there has been a vast amount of So cialist talk, .but the votes were never received. Consternation has been caused in the ranks of the two reign ing parties by the showing made by the Socialists here this year, as it is generally recognized that the party will grow, and has a chance of win ning at the next election of county officers. Give us your job work. Oyslcrs, Celery, I'ish at Cooml Co. s e Olllcc In new nnnex rear of More, ground floor. Record Breaking Time. "50 CENTS PER YEAR. IN ADVANCE. made for rhnrse of be. per line will bethis rule tosucceed nuyor5. inclines. No variation of Free sample copies will be mailed. AdTertlsemonts will be Inserted. A rate card will be furnished on request. Address all communication and make all KKCOKD I'UICSS, paywble to Oreenvllle. Ky. THURSDAY, KOYEHBER 9, The subscription price of the paper Ih paya Ule in ailrnnce. uiui when the time has expired to which It it paid, the pnper will be Htopped. Cards of tunnies, obituary notice, etc., If not A niKcr than ten lines, will be pnbliKhed free. Entered at the Greenville. Ky., postofllee an second-clas- s matter. Managers of three large hotels in Boston have refused to allow the "Gideons" to place copies of the Bible in the rooms of their hostel-ries- . Possibly they never have read the book antl have suspicions that sonic of its injunctions might conflict with their printed rules and regulations for the guidance of guests. of the countries of Europe exports frcm Russia were limited to 200,000 tons per year. It was intended to guard the markets against the bounty of nature and maintain prices. As it happens, in this cai of general shortage elsewhere Russia has one million tuns in excess of home demand winch she has agreed not to export. If jncre were free and unrestricted trade the Russian surplus would Ic avai'able to keep The tariff nukeis prices normal. the world over think they can get the barter as governed by suppl) find demand, and invalidity make a muddle of their undertakings. Bv an arrangement sugar-produci- The strike , is a very inefft cuvc d ; N 1 - weapon for the redress of grievance?, its cost being altogether dispropur-tioneto benefit secured. A report for the year 1910, recently made by the British Board of Tiade, chows that?Qnlvonercentor strikes were successful; 14 percent, unsuccesslui; 75 per cent, were compromised. Taking all disputes of the year together, only 16.3 per cent, of the workpeople directly involved got what they struck for. The aggre-- . gate of working days lost during the year pending settlement of disputes was 9,545,531, involving 515,165 workers. Greenville enjoyed its greatest when land sale last Thursday, Messrs. Smith & Mayes put on sale 113 lots in the Sparks & Slaton in the northeast section of town. There were some 20 acres of the land, and a civil engineer had platted the ground to the very best three avenues being advantage, opened north to south, and the land sunounded on all sides by streets A vatt amount already established. of grading and cleaning up had been done, and persons m town hardly knew the land when they went to the sale, so attractive did it appear. Mr. G. S. Moore, the auctioncc-was greeted by a very small crowd, but he is an old head U the business, and was not in the least abtshed, but started the sale promprly at 10 o'clock. lie is earnest and honest, and soon had the confidence of the ciowd. He started with a rush, and the crowd of bidders was with him, eager and liberal, and in three hours the sale was over, the whole of the lots being sold, except the one lot given away, and Mr. James Spurlin secured that. The managers gave away $20, in batches of 55, and vc- Vious parties secured these prizes, but many persons who bid in lots arc confident that they secured greater prizes, as the lots sold at an average of about $53 each, the aggregate be ing 5 S79. and thi usual size of the lots was 60x150 feet, many people taking two' lots adj. lining. One purchaser secured 17 lots, while 6 to a dw".cn was rather fretj e it, the prices being very templing. Several purchasers bought only one lot, with the intention of building thereon, some of them at ot cc. With some uniformity on the partof pur chasers, this section- can be made the prettiest in the whole city, as grades, lines, etc , can be made to the general benefit of all. ' The" pro moters. Messrs. Smith & Hayes, in spired everyone with confidence, and proved themselves worthy of the success they made of their venture and here. They had no onductcd the sale in every feature just as promised, and along the high ' est planes. n, , - that writes property. ill Kinds ot farm and l (o. of N. Y. mJ-fcJ- NATIONAL BANK FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY GIVE US A CALL.WHEN :- GREENVILLE, KENTUCKY DIRECTORS W. A. Wickliffc, W, G. Duncan, C. E. Martin, R. T. Martin, E, J. Purycar, G M. Martin, Jno, T. Reynolds, Jr. -: BONDS WANT INSURANCE. YOU The standing and responsibility of the men who constitute our Board of Directors arc a guarantee of careful, judicious management, LACKWELL BRO S GREENVILLE, KY. Needles for all sewing machines at Roark's. All kinds fresh and salted t J. E. Coombs & Co. Kiirr Grist Kill. My newtuirr grist mill is in opcr tion; call on your merchants foi White Flint meal. Also ready to furnish the public with chicken feed and chopped corn. jl ?S J. A. Shaver. t eats Give us your order for fresh meat. Quick delivery. Coomks & Co. Typewriter ribbons, all machines, at Roark's HONOR TO OLD ENG1NEMEN Brightly iffcted Windows Draw Trade St" Save $75! for only $25. BY ONE PURCHASING OF OUR The Armstrong Farm for Sale. One Company Names Its Locomotives After Men of Long and Faithful Service. The Erie Railroad company, In pur suanco of Its decision to honor engine- men of long service with the company by naming locomotives after them, has far favored two Western New York employes In this way. The first pnglneman for whom a locomotive was named Is William R. Benedict of DuN falo. The second man was Thomas C. Clark of Hornell, who draws a train Allegheny division and .has worked for the company for 47 years. It is customary on some railroads for englnemen to use tho same locomo-- . tlves regularly, while on other lines. tho locomotives are used indiscriminately; on some lines, when a run is mado one day by one man and tho next day by another, alternating regularly, tho locomotlvo makes both runs and Is used by only these two men. Englnemen generally prefer to have tho same locomotive-- ' every time, as they thus become familiar with Its peculiarities and aro able to get the best work from It. The assertion la made by englnemen that locomotives used Indiscriminately receive harsher treatment than a machine used by ono or two men regularly. Hut It is not so much In tho Inter ests ot economical treatment of locomotives that tho Erie is naming some of them for employes, but rather, it is understood, as a tributo to tho faith fulness of the men thus honored. on-th- Kentucky' has returned to the Democratic ranks in the election of its officers Tuesday, and the majori I ty was' ample. There is no cause t for alarm in this move, as the party stands pledged for most of the things which are necessary to the advan.ee- jnent of the stae, including the es-- , iablishnient of the county unit, cvhich doubtless interests more citi zens than any other plank in party .platforms. The delivery of these pledges, in the form of laws, will in .. sure the retention of power by the Democrats in the state. But the failure, irt any material degree, with , .all the reigns of power in hand, will cause Democratic retirement at the next election. Kentucky is normal ly Democratic, but the voters of the commonwealth arc independent in such numbers that the majority can be easily chanced, and that will " Again be done on failure to properly Jiandle the people's affairs. Promi- -' ecs made before election arc expected by the people to be carried out after election, and the crook in pol-- . jtics.is in the same position 35 the crook in business he can no longer have permanent position. ; ., The Billie Armstrong farm of 600 acres, near Earles, for sale as a whole or to suit, on very easy terms. Apply to Bassett Bros., Madison-villc- , Ky. 3t. Back to the Soil. A century aco Daniel Webster deprecated the shifting of American labor from the farms to the facto He did not like to see young ries. men ' itr.me se themselves in close and unwholesome workshops" and give up "the voice of the lark that cheers them at the plow" for "dust, and smoke, and steam, the perpetual whir of spools and spindles, and the grating of rasps and saws." a'liance The Polish National aerecs with Webster. Most of the Polish immigrants were farmers at home, and yet most of them, when they eet here, settle in the cities and take up new I inch of work. I'hc alliance wishes to sec them set lc on he land, where their knowl- cge of farming could come into play. So it is working out a plan for the purchase of extensive tracts Gt land and their subdivision into smalt farms to be sold to immi grants as cheaply as ppssibje. Every project of this kind should Labor should be be encouraged. diverted from the city to the coun t in needed there so that the try.. output of farm products may be in creased and the cost of Hying kept down. There should be more small farms, because they lend themselves more easily to the intensive cultiva lion on which we shall have to dc pend for an adequate supply of food FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS The regular prico is $100. Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of No time limit. If not ready $25. Books and stationery are included. now, buy one for future use. With the new Edison Hazda Lamps you can, at small cost, light your store windows so brilliantly that they will compel the attention of the passerby. Attractive window displays create the kind of desire that results in increased sales. The new Edison flazda Lamps burn satisfactorily in any position and are particularly well adapted for effective window and store lighting. We have all sizes. Greenville Liot & Water (o. wm. AIR WATER VERMIN BURGLAR PROOT GRAVK VATIM far. TUC DIVED BUUGtAU-PnoO- P IDC DHnCn nislics nbsoluto protection neninsttho rav asBot tlio liuninn Klioul.vonulu.barrowhis anlninli, nnl in iiirllelitiuHlwnterproof. A UAlCKlt VAULT should bo employed in evory buriul. JUaile la ail sizes. PRINCIPAL 0 BUSINESS COLLEGE. IMCOHrOKATJtD. Socond and Walnut Streots. LOUISVILLE. KY. The BAKER VAULT carried In slock by Intelligent Dog. A few days ago ho fireman on the L. & N. train while crossing the trestle Merchants aje preparing for peo- do their Christmas shopping , early this season, and will have goods ready sooner than heretofore. This trade is on in good volume now in the big cities, and is proving - satisfactory to both buyer and seller. - ' pie-t- ; .Republicans arc charging their defeat to the weather, and a num-- i ber of other things, and declare that the trick canuot be turned again. stuffs. With sufficient capital and good Work on the flouring mill at the business management the plan ol depot is being crowded right along, the Polish National alliance will be and the building 'will be enclosed a success. The alliance can easily shortly. find good land and good men to put is undoubtedly a pemocratjc era, and in state and natfnaf cj p a lions, all over the country, U;eJ For firstclass shave, up to date hair ty,., pjectric massage, good Democratic star is undoubtcky in the between Drakcsboro and Elk Valley, saw n bird dog in front of the train on tho use of .1 noodlaxative, to keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons of undigested food froraettinginto your system. tho treBtle. It was too far for tho dog The latest product if s:ience I VELVO vegetable, et p tho end of tho trestlo before reliable and of a pleasant, aromatic taste.Laxative Liver Syrup, purely as well as gentle, Vfclvo acts en the liver, on the jlfie train overtook It, and there was stomach and bowels, and is of the greatest possible efficacy in constipation, indigestion, no way of getting off without leaping biliousness, side headache, feverishness, collc.datulcnce, etc. Try VF 1 to the ground. Most humans would nave chanced tho ground, but on a trestle there Is considerable space be tween tho engine and the ties, so grouching down In the middle of the track the dpg waited fpr the train. The train passed over him and the dog got up and proceeded on 'bis way to the end of the trestle. Queensboro (Ky.) Inquirer. sicians Advise The J. L Champion Chemical ROARK ESTATE, Greenville. Ptno Lino of Funerul and Burial GoocJh. Car 3olc Mer5frrM,0iw. LAXATIVE LIVER SYRU A Clean Man putsido clcanliposs is less than half tho battle. A man may jjpr.ub himself a dozen times 0 day, and still be uncleap.' Gftpd health means cleanliness not only outside, but inside. It means a clean stomach, clean bowels, clean blood, a clean liver, and new, clean, healthy tissues. The man who is clean in this way will look it and act it. He will work with energy and think clean, clear, healthy thoughts. He will never be troubled with liver, lung, stomach or blood disorders. Dyspepsia and indigestion originate in unclean stomachs. Mood diseases uro found where there is unclean blood. Consumption and bronchitis mean unclean lungs. KILL the COUGH ako "WE CURE the LUNGS! USE" DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE L WV K" This on it. Dr. King's New Discovery w AM) ALLJHBOAT And don't have to grease Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery prevents these diseases. It makes n mac's iusides clean and healthy. It clcuna the digestive orjjcns, makes pure clean blood, and clean, healthy flesh. It restores tone to the nervous system, and cures nervous exhaustion aab! prostration. It contains no alcohol or drus. Constipation is the most unclean unclcanliness. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pel lets cure it. They never gripe. Easy to take as candy. habit-formin- g but once a week. .ascendency. jLet Mc fix your cock. shoe shine, hot, enlJ and shower baths, go to Sam R. Martin's barber shop, near the Max Weir corner. AWDUlHQJffljHLES. GUARANTEED SATISFAGTOBTfl OB HONEY REFUNDED. Made in Louisville by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. njtr in IlJl - ''mm 4 Methodist Church. The City Election. Resolutions of Respect 5 i Quarterly meeting next Sunday Rev S. J. night at 7 o'clock. Thompson, Presiding Elder, will be present to preach. Come out and h:ar a good sermon. 3 Bakiuti Powder Where the finest biscuit, crusts cake, required or puddings are hot-bread- Anti-Saloo- n League. Rev. II. K. Smith, of Hopkins- ille, Ky., who represents the Anti- lloon League of Kentucky, will be in Greenville, Sunday, Nov. 19th. and will speak at the Methodist s, Royal is indispensable. o'clock and at the church at Baptist church at 7 o'clock. It is said that Dr. Smith is one of the cry best temperance speakers the state of Kentucky has produced. 1 1 Death of Win. Y. Newman. V A I. (. K. NO. 122 Lnnlnvillr IDS Uitioliiuatl 101 Limited.- ISO Central City iit'i'tiutiiioilatioti Ml ITU HOLM). At his home near Pleasant Hill church, at 2,30 o'clock Monday af ternoon, Mr. Wm. Y. Newman, in y his 82nd. year, died after a short ill every-daHe was a na ness of pneumonia. tive of the county, and one of its best known citizens, his long life be ing an active one, and he was a The worthy leader in his section, promfrom Royal Grape Cream oi inent in all movements for the betHe terment of general conditions. was the father of a large family, and No Alum No Lima Phosphates is survived by six sons and two daughters, and his widow also survives. Funeral services were held at the home at 1 o'clock yesterday Good morning! Arc you much afternoon, and interment was in the R. LOCAL TIME CARD. family graveyard, the services being sore over the returns? attended by a host of relatives and friends. Mr. Jerrold A. Jonson, of was here a day or two the NonTii r.ovNP. More About the Spiders. first of the week on legal buisncss. Royal is equally valuable in the preparation of plain, foods, for all occasions. substantial, only baking powder made Tartar Madi-sonvill- e, Voters of the city elected six councilmcn, to serve for two years beginning the first of January. l'hcre were three tickets in the field, but only one of them was complete by offering six men. That was the Citizens' ticket. The Peoples' ticket carried three candidates, and the Progressive ticket lacked one of be ing complete. Interest in the matter was keen, and the campaign was well sustained for several days pre ceding the election, and especially so on election day, most of the can didates devoting the day to getting out the voters and endeavoring to secure their support. The Progressive ticket was elected entire, and Judge T. J. Sparks secured the high est number of yotes on the Citizens' ticket, thus making the sixth member of the council. The gentlemen selected are as follows and their votes: S. D. Bradley, 188, J. H. Smith 220, W. E. Drake 181, Buren Martin 205, L. E. Rice 207, T. J. Sparks 174. Other candidates and their votes were: Dr. L. P. Moore r38, W. W. Nichols 132, T. C. Brown 137, J. L. Rogers 132, H. E. Eaves 107. The candidates on the Peoples' ticket, Messis. W. S. Lyon, D. M. Kelley and S. J. Mo tion, made no effort to be elected, but all of them received very complimentary support. The gentlemen chosen arc all capable, hustling citizens, and our people have every assurance that the affairs of the city will be handled in the most satisfac tory manner. Whereas, God in His infinite wis dom, on October 16, 191 1, called William Ferrel from the walks of men to the realm of glory on high, therefore be it you. Resolved, that while wc regret the loss of our brother, bow in humble you. submission to Him who doeth all things well. Alii mwmvm Resolved, that in his death this j y ui lodge has lost a worthy and devoted member, the wife and children a , devoted head, and society in general a valuable member. Buy Coffee Only Resolved, that a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the records of Camp No. 384, W.O.W. Cost Cup. of Powderly, Ky., a copy sent to the bereaved family, and those Coffee orices are uo and one result is the more careful buvin in the resolutions be published of coffee based on quality and cup cost rather than cost per county newspaper. pound. H. A. Morris, Before the recent advance many women who were using a 25 Thad. Powell, cent coffee were paying more per cup than those women who E. N. Dunn, paid 40 cents per pound, but got more cups per pound and a much Committee. better drink besides. Mm A fragrant scent greets A tempting aroma meets A delicious flavor awaits you n every uup Way to Chase Sanborn's High Grade Coffee per The Economically Is to Figure the To the defeated canidatcs, the weather was rough and gloomy. For Sale and calf. Good Jersey milch cow J. E. Coo.Mits &Co. For a long time we have been educating our trade to use bet ter blends of coffee. That's one reason why we have the exclu sive agency in Greenville for Chase St Sanborn's , Coffees. - Loulville Kpm Kxjiros ... Mi. 135 121 101 Puducnh nn I Cairo nrvum Kullwi accommodation New Orleans mx-rii103 N. O. hju'o. (Louisville par. only) 1.20 um W.o. CiiAwronn, Agt. June 5, UUI. Sec Big Ben at Macks watchMiss Edna JefTires left last week you published an incident regarding making shop. for Lexington, where she will take a spitting tobacco juice on a store 5.15 am complete business course in Clay's floor and the action of the merchant 12.40 jim Free Library. 3.10 pin college. n immediately mopping it up, that 1.0$ n in T.l.Spm I.rl pm Lilian In a recent issue of The Record Uncle Frank Vaught, one of the oldest and best known colored men in town, died ot tuberculosis of the lungs at his home at 11.25 o'clock last Saturday morning. For some months he had been confined to his home, but his death was sudden, he remaining conscious to .the end. Funeral services were held at the A. M. E. Zion church at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon conducted by the pastor, Rev. C. N. Payne and interment was in west end cemetery. should be a hint to those who ex There could not have been a finer pectorate tobacco no matter where dliy for the election. It was warm, they are. The spitting ot tobacco clear and calm, and helped vastly in uice upon our sidewalks has become the piling up of the heavy vote. ii great nuisance, lherc arc some men who sit in front of our stores Back to business, the election is The rain Sunday and at" night was and spit and spit tobacco upon the over. bountiful, and badly needed, as walk in front of them. They do stdck and drinking water was scarce Remember that the tax penalty all over the county. This brought not seem to be aware that such conduct is indecent; not only indecent, coes on December t. and unhealthy about unsanitary but injurious to public health. In conditions, and sikness should be some of our larger towns, as well as Sec Coombs & Co. before you lessened perceptibly now. sejf your beef hides. ordi o 27 cities, there arc The quail season officially opens nances. Greenville has no such or Rub up your gun.Ad get pgquaint- - Wfilnocrtn v. linr thn liil 4inJ lippn diuancc, but it should be sufficient ft, ....nr I -' WiiiTrf " ' tilted for some weeks, and many to simply call attention to this mil -- s1 vp rrfnrv hnwi nffpr Hnlv sancc to secure its abatement. anti-spittin- g There is a large crop of quails, it is Most of the western horses sold reported, and hunting will be heavy here recently arc developing nicely, this season. and arc at work. The ladies auxiliary of the Y. M. C. A. solicits orders for Thanksgiving cakes, and will supply any sort of cake that may be desired. Telephone Miss Jessamine Barklcy. Sec Bnz's Saturday specials. Give your job printing orders to Several of our people arc in Hod gcnvillc today, attending the dedi cation excersises at Lincoln farm, where the magnificent memorial building has been completed. Prcs dent Taft and many other notable men will be present. A Citizen. Y. M. C. A. NOTES. Mr. D. B. Walker, of Louisville, of the Ken The Record. tucky Children's Home Society, spent several days in this county n ticket for , The' progressive ran like greyhounds, and last week, visiting the children who among other things that helped them, have been placed in homes here according to one observer, was the He reports that all the children arc Socialist device on their ballot. So- doing nicely, and he is well pleased cialism is undoubtedly attracting with the locations. many persons in every section. People who came to town Monday did considerable trading, Trees arc bcgiiiuiug to undress at a lively rate, the rain and wind this and most merchants were busy. week almost stripping some of them. It is noticeable that politics is not so enveloping a man that he can That sale of city lots last Thurs think of nothing else, and there is day was one of the best things that now practically no hurrah and has happened to Greenville in foolish wild talk over the matter, The whole 112 lots other things getting deserved attcn long while. were sold, and. some houses will be lion. built at once, it is suid. Purchasers were attracted by the beauty and Fresh, smoked and salted meats arrangement of the lots, and as res of all kinds at J. E. Coombs & Co's idence sites had become scarce and market. o 20 very high, this plat of ground will encourage the development of the Dozens of citizens enjoyed the city.. payment of an election bet yester district superintendent coun-cilmc- The three Bible classes are grow ing both in numbers and interest. Wc have a total enrollment of 36 to date. In the contest for attendance the Intermediate arc leading the standing is as follows. Intermedi ates 45 points; Juniors, 25 points and Seniors 20 point. These class es are not for members of the Y. M C. A. alone, as some have supposed, but arc for every man, young man and boy in Greenville and vicinity. I'herc is no distinction at all be tween members and now members in these classes, come and loin one of them. Next week the young. mens Chris tains Association unite in a week of prayer all over the world. The lo cal Association will hold prayer ser vices every night from 7 to 7:30 at the building for men and boys. AH men and boys are cordially invited to attend these services. On Wed nesday night at - o'clock at the Methodist church will be held union prayer service ot all the churches to which, of course, men, women and children arc invited. On Friday night at 8 o'clock there will be the first basket ball game of the season between two local teams the line up is as follows: 7- day morning. Mr. D. J. Duncan jrajn was a great blessing, as and L. W. Irvin entered into an tjie dry weather of the pat few agreement whereby one was to gpt a 10 and 35 cents for standjng rpopj months was beginnin3 to be sorely wheelbarrow ride at the expense o and 25 and 30 cents for reserypd felt in all quarters. the other, to be decided by the baj seats to members and, now rpepibprs lots in the county eleptipn. Mr. pf the Assopiaton. Come out 3nd pr. and Mrs. W. R. Henderson Duncap lost, and wheeled Mr. Jrvip encqiiragq the boys. are in Indianapolis on a short a few hundrpd yards alpng tftp visit with relatives. street, attracting a vast throng p Election comrs but once a year That P.imiell, P. Capt. Furwaid, KIrkputrick. O. WellH K, Korwaul, Pur$ ear, C. V. Sumner, Centre, Shtitt, S U. Capt Morgan, U. Cltiuri, Smith , Ou.-jnlII. Pnpe.ir F, Taylor J. Sub. , Lovell. p. The admissipns w'jll be as usual Mr. James Qatcs, of, Mc'ary, spectator, was.vhcrc with friends yesterday amusement. 11 and causing much Most people arc glad. WANTED Good Housckcepin Magazine requires the services of a representative in Greenville to look after subscription renewal and to ex tend circulation by special method which have proved unusually sue cessftil. Salary and commission Previous experience desirable, but not essential. Whole time or span, time. Address, with references, J F. Fairbanks, Good Housekeepin Magazine, 3S1 Fourth Ave., New York City. On account of repairs being made There were the usual timber of church, there in the election Tuesday, at the Piesbyterian surprises and a thriller extra, in the way the will be no services at the church Sunday. The Sunday-schoo- l will Socialists ran in the county. be held at the Y. M. C. A. building Kentucky Democrats pushed uj at 9.30 o'clock. to their old time position, and must There was on increased crowd feel proud of the majority rolled up here at night, Tuesday, to get th Socialists are the biggest factors returns from the election. in politics here now. and both the Hand-mad- e Christmas presents old line parties are doing some deep are receiving attention. worrying and guessing. Fish Wednesday and Saturday at J. E. Coombs & Co. The local Y. M. C. A. has made . arrangements with the Kentucky While the Democrats arc elated Library Commission to make use of over the state victory, they are cast their raveling libraries. One of down by losing this county. The these libraries is now located in the leaders had every hope of carrying Y. M. C. A. buildirg containing Muhlenburg by at least 250, volumes. These fifty excellent and :t is likely they would have books are for the use of ihc public, done so but for the heavy Socialist and you arc invited to look over the vote that was cast. It is estimated list below and come and make use These arc not all either, but will give you a little idea of the that at least 75 per cent, of the of these books. Secretary AnderSocialist vote came from Democratic fine variety of fresh new foods you can get at our store. son is custodian and librarian. ranks, and if that be true they were Books may be drawnany week day not far wrong. Yery few people from 8:30 a. m. until 9:30 p. m. figured that more than 250 Socialist There are no hargrs whatever on votes would be polled, as it was wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmHmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm these books ex.e;t lines fur books hoped to break the ranks of these defaced and kept over' time. Each voters, as has been done formerly, book may be drawn for two weeks. but Socialists voted as they talked Below is a list of the books on file this year, and their strength was as now. 1 ncse are cnanged tor a new toundintr. set every six months. ; . Allen, Making the best of our i ir nomc renaercn ftiara izyc. per Children; Armin, Elizabeth and her pound. J. E. Co.OMits & Co. German garden; Bachcllcr, The Master: Barr, The Strong Man: The Record 50c per year. Barrie, The Little Minister; Bell, Wee Mac Grcgor; Bindloss, Dust of Some one in your home prefers vocal music Conflict; Brown, Tiverton Tales: Bolwer-LyttoLast days of PomYou'd rather have instrumental. Orsinoj Don Crawford, peii; You can both be suited with a Victor Crockett, The Stickct Minister; Double-face- d Record. Daskam, Memoirs of a Baby: Davis, Ererv Vai.tiiat Wnfr-v- , .nn..o. Two records in one almost at the price of one ment is guaranteed by the manuCaplan Macklin; Dickens, Daid facturers against any defect in 75 cents; material or construction. 51.25. This Copperfield; Doyle, Hound of the guaranteo is without time limit, and holds good tho world over. Baskervilles; Duncan, Cruise of the Farmer, Boston Shining Light; Cooking School Cook Book; Fowl Camaby; er, Concerning Isabel Garland, Captain of the Gray Horse Troops; Glasgow, The Whe of Life; Gordon, Black Rock; Green, now in use Principles of American Forestry; Wc have n. large assortment of Hatland, The Lady Paramount; I'll Will Harwood, New Creations in Plant Waltham Watches in Gold, Gold Life: Hawthorne, House of Seven Filled, Silver and Nickel Cases. A. Holmes, One Hundred Gables: Days in Europe: Kingsley, The Sin gular Miss Smith; Kipling, Kim: Lange, Hand book of Nature Study: Locke, Septimus: Marryat, Midship man Easy: Meredith, Lucille; Mitch Greenville, Ky ell, Amos Jtdd; Norris, The Pit: More than nine out of every Red Letter Poems; Rice, Mr. Opp: ten cases of rheumatism are Roosevelt, American Ideals: Sea- simply rheumatism of the well, Francezka. Smith, Caleb West: muscles, due to cold or damp, Spearman, The Close of the Day: In or chronic rheumatism. Steele, The Hosts of the Lord; Ste- such cases no internal treatyenson, Treasure Island; Sweetser, ment is required. The free Qne Way Round the World. Tenapplication of nyson, Idylls of the H'n6i Thwaitcs, 5 Qn the S.toncd Qhioj Tuckley, In Sunny France; Wall?, Pa Gladden: Weymap, The Long Night; White, Conjuror's House: Williams, Rulol-fo- . is nil that is needed and it is certain to give quick relief. Give it a trial and see for yourself how Tho quality ot Lamp OH you uso counts Immensely for or against your comfort and and the health. There's a perfect oil mado for pcoplo If you want that dead watch or quickly it relieves large pain who tlve thought. It Is size, 50c. Boreness. Price 25c; clock put to work, let Mc have it and he will put it to running. We have many customers who admit that C. & S. Seal Coffee tin can?, is more economical cni more at satisfactory to them than any 25c or 30c- coffee they eyer used. They, are figuring cost per cup not cost pound, for in a pound of C. & S. Seal Coffee at 40 cents there is enough rich flavor to make almost twice as many cups of better coffee than you can get out of any 25c. or 30c. coffee. You can prove this to your own satisfaction with a trial pound. Your money back if you are not pleased. Ve have the entire line of C. & S. Coffees, including the 25c. and 30c, and 3 lbs. for $1.00 blends every one a masterpiece : for the price. NEW GOODS JUST ARRIVED. we unpacked fresh shipments of Last week New California Raisins. A full line of California Canned Fruits. A full line of California Dried Fruits. New Bulk Rolled Oats. t Fresh Pure Buckwheat Flour. Fancy New Mackerel. Flake Hominy and Grifz. 40 cents, in one pound pr .. 1 3V -- A 'X W. H. BRIZENDINE & CO. m one 10-mc- n, 12-inc- n, I 1 Waltham Watches 2,000,000 R OARK Lr"iiiJllT"-'tii1llAKllliJ e. Mccracken. MUHLENBERG COUNTY SAVINGS BANK Appreciating'1 your past patronage ve solicit all or part of your future Banking business, THOS. E. SUMNER, Cashier. V4 Liniment Ihc union 1 haiiKsgiving service will be held at the Baptist church Rev. O. A. Barbcc has this year. been chosen by the pastors to de liver the sermon. refined from Pennsylvania Crudo Oil tho best ever made Full, while flame never flickers no soot no oils-sa- ve.-, odor. Costs no moro than Inferior tank-wagmoney as well as eyes and comfort Your dealer has It In original barrels direct from us. SOLITE OIL r. ""LITE '"A Chas. C. Sioii Oil Co.. tonisviiie, IllcU-erad- Ky. e Ileflnery at Warren. Motor Gasoline. "Na Carb" Amto (U It will soon be possible to have quail on toast. Thanksgiving is the next national event. LUMY is rendered. CHIEF, Registered Poland China Boar. Services at J. E. Coombs' farm at SI, due when service WALLPAPER J. E. COOMBS, Greeaville, Ky. Special Prices, ROARK Fxirniture, WaJlpper, Shades, Moldings. Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper.-, Slippers, Gr&ve Vaults. f Disinfection-ROA- RK Glover Is rich In protein. ' .1 r I Fcctl young turlcoys bread crumbs. Poultry ninny. Is quite n lHrgo factor with The brooder must be Kant free from iWhy "I Suffered Years With My Back." Backache resulting from weak Not kidneys, a bad cold or other cause, usually renders the sufferer unfit for work and often results in permanent disability. "I suffered for years with my back, or kidney trouble, and have tried a number of remedies from different physicians. More than a year ago, one of our local druggists induced mc to try &&m mw f t mmmmm i s i : Ax 7 Mm' droppings. The use of summer silos Is prowln! more common. Doot molasses conirlns over grees of potash per ten. CG Our Name has been before the public for 3(Tyears, most of the time right on the spot where we are now located. sub- - de- 2fr iff Our Aim constantly has been to sell the best goods in pur 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. The sows nnd nigs should pasture as toon as to put on. ft !$( S!f Tho seed woll treated will treat the farmer to a discaso free crop. Some horses have learned to balk by being overlondcd und abused. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pills V.' - Potatoes will do their bcrt on a clover sod. 3o There arc over 170 000,000 of acres tundcr wheat cul'Irr.Icu in tho world. Peas, beans and cuiens wore first iknown In Egypt many centuries ago. Tho Intelllcont care of trees Is n, Great aid In cur battle with tho In- and after using them some three months I found a decided improvement in my kidneys, and I am glad to say that I hope soon to be fully restored to health." J. P. Allen, City Court, Glasgow, Ky. As long as pain is present in any part of the body rest is impossible and the system becoming weakened is exposed to any form of disease to which the sufferer may be inclined. Ex-Jud- Go urier- - & Journal? HENRY WATTERSON Editor. CAN FURNISH YOU 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 are at your command. Dr. Miles' by Anti-Pai- n Pills WIS sects. ' to Let the patch of maagel-wunol- s Included In the farm plan for this icummor. Old fjrass and clcvrr pastures are much benefited by a dressing .of plas Itor and nshcsT steadying the irritated nerve centers, make refreshing sleep possible, thereby enabling the body to recover lost strength. As n remedy for pain of any description Dr. Pills are unsurMiles' Anti-Pai- n passed. Sold by alt druggists under a guarantee assuring the return of the prlco of the first box If no benefit results. MILES MEPICAU CO., Elkhart, Ind. The SL THE REGORI AND J. L. ROARK Estate ORIEN L. ROARK, Manager 3b II IK A SL tf)x WEEKLY OURi ER-JOURNAL SL F 1 URNITURE UNERAL Lon$ Distance D Telephones: EALERS IREC TORS Home 108 One or the "tmfahtns" signs or an jignornnt or carders feeder Is a bunch .of scouring pigs. Weeds sbaicttisp.i Injure by killing ;fnrm stock, or ly tendering tbsir 'product untnlatlo. Tho brood mare In foal should be handled by a firm, itcaiy and, not on excltablet ras-- hand. 1 Esb&Hshei! I8?9 store ?2; BOTH ONE YEAR FOR Indigestion FomarhnuMj Imta symptom of. and not W think of Dyspasia. triu-- ili. ns- -. Heartburn, uiul Jmlijc.-.-tioa reul illscries, jot tlifjr nn yuiitonw only of a certain pecl1p Nitvo sickness nothing It was this fart that ilrt corrPtly 11 Rr. SIiood in the million nf that now wry iopiiIar Stomach Itm'-dDr. Shoop's lt.Monitiw. (ioinj; direct to Uu stomach alnm brought ilmi stinvst anil favor 10 Dr. shoopaml his With, out that original nml highly vlUilprinriplf.no nrh histinx accomplishments won- - ever to bo haU. or stomach iifetn. Moating, hilinusnrsj. lad breath nnd sallow compK'xion, try Dr. Shoop's Uotnrntlv.-Tublctor LimiicI ami s.o fnr vnnr. t.If what it run nnd will do. Wo soil and cheerfully rvcouuacud In lt.MU MIMMMMMiMMMM GUM8EP1LANU -g-A Rotter to put up new fence or mend hhe old than to spend the rest of the ; We can also give liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier-Journa- l. The Greatest Rose Novelty of the Century BLUE ot ggr ILLbPHONE & TELEGRAPH (incor toratbd) GO. ROSE-J- x The New Rose (Ylolet Blue) Hailed by the Rose Growers as the Forerunner of the Corn-Seflower Blue Rose. Very ous and hardy. Free Blooming nd Jsummor chasing pis. Write Courier-Journ- al Com- for and Price List With the hlrh cost of ford, a little tnnkago added to Qo ration of hogs ' jpvery day will pay big. usually ripe for churning. It has been found that denatured 'sugar forms a valunb'o nnd economical addition to skim milk for ctilvos, Some dalrynion are finding It quite convenient to have the milking room ihold four cows only at one time. ! ; Dr. Shoop's pany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send your subscription order to this paper NOT to the Courier- Journal. GrcctihoiiNCH JOHN'E. RACKEBRANDT Princeton, Ky I I Long: cystanco lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhero in Southern Indiana, Southern Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi artd Louisiana. Wo can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section of the country. ! We solicit your patronage. Ratos reasonable. Equipments and facilities LELAfcD HUME. UftB'l 4 WE1I, TreaiMtf MS r E. CALDWFLL, s Mir, - T. D Restorative I Ride Deal at home as much I as possible. Build up your J home town. This will I make you a better home j I market and enhance the I I value of your property. e with Bus f JUST RECEIVED ofSlQll Wallpaper The Greenville Transfer Co.! Many Patterns They meet all trains, day and night, with Stimulate the nsll to a vigorous . production by means of thorough and liberal use or fertilizer. i $9 ' In deep retting, with plenty or Ice, the crsam Is all up In 12 hours In any 'of tho gocd family creameries now In tU8C. and Baggage wagon. I THE OLD RELIABLE AND The ego, cf recti has much to do .with tho vitality or germinating Young, bright, shiny socd3 jiower. .nre best. Hogs have often lorn tided over n Reason of thortagc nnd kept In a thrifty, growlrg condition, for weeks 'on mangels alpne. KILL. COUCH LUNGS CURE THE White Sewing Machines, in rotary and vibrator; needles, Young gtcrc do not lay as many fen shuttles, etc. in stock for all tile csss or rrduc as many goslings machines. ROARK'S STORE. L. first breeding Beacon n3 they do in the scconi. Milk Dr. King's New Discovery w,th lien you wanti - forC8!!SshstS?& AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. the GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY! 0B MONEY REFUNDED. .'dairymen than It pcsrlbiy ever has In ,lhe history or the dairy business. , Get potted plants and cut flowers readily al sorbs bad odors from Miss Lena Arnold. arise from onions, garlic or Hest work, prompt service; give .decoying vegetables, nonce don't set your laundry to Joe Morgan, who thc milk pan near them. Take your beef hides lo J. E. will appreciate your patronage. Grading of cream li receiving more Coombs & Co. aud get the cash. attention by tho dairy press and Cures "Colds" in any part of body, Ki'llov- XCbc Oil IRecorb ENGRAVER5 rHARCOURTC01oliise.Kx MANUFACTURING Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality. AXY Cough In nil hour. of clover cannot be lind v.iien sown on fall or spring grain 'iWhere.only a few hundrod pounds or .cheap fertilizer Is dtilled to the acre. A geed stand mm AND j ii a'- uj Pin r .rytxvty ; . ' ture is tho Inecct pests, but these rnay bo controlled by dusting with Tho worst feature, of cucumber cul- Siunpfton l'ul). Co. r6Ik uiv hoston, Miss. mf r.irevetyboiljr t rltiliit)f. tho ictii e. an.l how to iU. Slniple, prai' .(Vlofpi. tiitM. Sim. "; v free If you nirce a vt $1 00 1 jfur. ,T liI Dr. Fenner's Cough Honey m thu 2 - witlbrliiK Where ntluTiiKHll, no fall Taken xiosiirc la (lire Colils," JtlieunLitlsm, Croup,tiivyriits j a etc llrip, I i B 1 iij iio.iu'm. inmicnza. wuoopin? uoiikii. Tho Mc sizu hj lnU COc. 1'rctUinla, M. Y. ?o!uiTi)tinA?thK3ron5iuT5!!arrl '.'dry Insecticides or even with bono IMiot offrapliy ' A Mil It t lIIOT )..rrn". I. , l)ririecontf.; r tHl.lrji. cucsl werc t tu r ' tleautifuli'ut dust. Tho enmo laws that have sent tho prices of beef and pork products almost out of reach of the workingman will also hold the price? of poultry jproducts. Whero one has plenty of land, or land that Is too hilly or Jhcky for .regular field cultivation, the pasturo .'affords tho cheapest feed that can be 'grown on the Iarm. 'r jlarge-breaste- t iper. yiu AraorlcanPh.ctegraphy C lUiton St.. tSottoo. y.a Saniple mnill. :( mli.i wm mi' pm See the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Roark's. Telephone No 5 and your laundry will be called for and delivered. Very Serious It Is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine end have thp wronjj one given you. For thi3 reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine Joe Morgan solicits that grocery order, and will show his appreciation by supplying the best goods at the very lowest prices. Quick delivery and courteous treatment. Typewriter ribbons, legal blanks, document covers, carbon paper at this office. Telephone that grocery want to Joe Morgan and get the- - best goods at lowest prices. Strong Compact Perfect fe Accurato '"A -- I 'surmounted by large thighs, will prove valuable, especially If belonging to a .family of egg producers. BLAck-dIaugHi JWhethor dnlrylng or beer raising fshould be carried on depends entirely 'upon tha tastes cf the land owner or ;rcnter and, of course, upon the condition of the buildlng3, the local market for dairy products, shipping facilities, etc. For market purposes a stock bird, firmly set on short legs T Standard Visible Writer Enables the operator to sec 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 many countries. Handsome booklet free. THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER CO., 10M09 Lake St., Chicago. Liver Medicine The reputation of this old, reliable medicine, fcr 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 Mss Lena Arnold asks the patronage nf the public, and guarantees that satisfactory work will be done in her clothes cleaning, pressing and repairing shop. .v ' "Many very good dairymen disagree Ins to whether It is best to separate tho .cream while It is warm and fresh from the cow or whether It Is best to wait until it Is cooled and again brought to the proper temperature before baling separated and pasteurized. i COME and SEE THEM Tills signature is on every box of tbc gcuulai Laxative BromoiQufiiine Tablet x&e rotuedy tb&t cures cold is oho btf wakes kidneys cad bladder right. Foley's Kidney Cure WALLPAPER Special Prices, at Rodfk's. The J. L. ROARK ESTATE -- : Mk'V.9