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Muhlenberg County 11 It pays for itself, $ sure or returns, jj? 5 The investment is Get our rates, rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clav. ctc. and the most inviting field in Ken-- f tucky for investment of capital and pluck. !s VOL. XIII. NO. 40. NOVEL CLEARANCE CAR SHOWS SPACE BETWEEN TRACK AND CLOSE-BOBJECTS. waiting rooms aro to lo kept rondy whether the trtiln stops at Mom or not Tho irlncas special, of course, takes proccdonc? or all other trains, no matter at what cost In tho way ot delay to the lntti'r. .GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER I(, 1911. rcnl THE RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED. Quito Literal. I5)ok at this Sho (Indignantly) ploco of goods- which hoi? Juot coma out of tho washtub! How could tho man Monon Route Announces New Schedule who sold It to mo tell me tho colors wero fast? of Fares One Way and Round Trip. He I supposo bocauso ho know how they could run. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE , Rcmnrkable Device Also Indlcatea Automatically, While Moving, the Elevation of the Ralls and tho Degree of Curvature. The now cloaranco car.whlch is hero I Illustrated has just boon placed in s ri service on an rum- orn railroad line. r -- in the olhce of the engineer of maintenance of way, and Is being run ilevery over lusion as rapidly as possible, in order to secure cor rect measurements of tho distances from the track to projecting portions of station buildings, tunnels, bridges mid other objects. It Is alfo designed to indicate automatically, while moving on curves, the elevation of tho rails and tho degree of curvature. inches The car, which Is 54 feet S long over all, and J10 feet between truck centers, Is built entirely of steel. At tho front end of tho car where the templets are locatod Is a socond lloor at an elevation of nine foot eight Inches above the top of vthe rails. Hoth floors aro for ueo In taking measurements from the templets. The second floor Is reachfd by stool stairways oh each side of the mnin templet. All measurements are taken at the center of the steel' truck, from which clearances are computed. The main itemplet, which Is erected directly over the confer of the truck, has a .width ot ton feot between olevntlons of two feet and 12 foet above top of rail, exclusive of the Angers or feelers attached (to tho sides. From an elevation of IS jfcet above top of rail tho templet re icedes toward the middle of the car ,jat an anglo of 15 degrees, reducing with the width of .the templet to lour (feet at the top at an elevation of 15 feet ahovo the top of the rail. Immediately In front of the main templet is constructed an auxiliary 'templet, designed to measure overhead bridges, tunnels and other objects between elevations 17 feet and 20 feet above tho top of the rail. This :auxillary templet has tiie same dimensions as that part of the main templet f between elersMor- - 12 lect and Bridge Has Lasted Long. of Ihe concrete Tho construction work for a new brldgo being built over Cntawlsssa crook, at Calawlssa. to replaeo a brldgo built In liSa. recalls tho manner in which tho work was done at tho time. Tho Cntawlssa News Item says that W. G. Votter. tho englnoor in charge of the work, recalls tho erection or tho former bridge, and says: "Nowadays they go down to bedrock for a foundation, but for this pier they merely scraped tho bottom of tho creek cloar of small stones, then wont up tho hill and cut a lot ot hemlock brush which wore sunk to tho creek bed and piled up until thoy showed above. tho water. Upon these the foundation stones wore laid. That pier has stood solidly ever since, and has been through some sovore Ice fa ms." The Monon Route announces that it will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago- - at $0 one To Do This Year way, instead of $S as formerly, and by way of making your business suc- $12 round trip, good 3ofclays returncessful ami your domestic life full of ing, instead of $16. Patrons arc of What Aro You Going 1RAND pleasure, if you are not supplied with telephone service of the Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Compunj? Everyone should have a tulephone. You arc connected with all outside important points in local connections with all.residcnccs and business houses. For any information call manager, New Line in Simplon Tunnel. The hoard of control of tho Swiss Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Co. Incorporated. federal railroad has decided to hnvo a second line constructed through the Simplon tunnel. So far traffic has not been sufficiently heavy to warrant the construction of a second line, but the Lotschberg tunnel with its two lines completion and is now approaching running trains tho International through it from eastern Franco and from Germany will connect with the Simplon, with a consequent lncreaso of traffic. The Swiss fedoral railway voted tho money necessary to finish I ho socond Simplon gallery as long ao as 1!)07, and It was expected that Iirant, Drandoau & Co., tho contractors for tho tunnel, would carry out tho work; but this has not been done, and tenders are now to be Invited for tho completion of the second gallery" and the laying or tho second line. fcred exceptionally good service by the Monon, which on bight trains fiom Louisville operated Compart Pullmans, nicnt and Drawing-rooas well as the usual straight sleeper. The day trains have Pallor and Din ing cars, and the very finest modern, new coaches, lncjuiris cheerfully answered by li. II. IJacon, 1). P. A., Louisville, Ky. Save your home byjhaving your Barkley Uros. do flues repaired. this work in best manner. THIS PEERLESS T0NIG and STRENGTH GIVER is an unrivaled remedy for all troubles of STOMACH, LIVER AND KIDNEYS IT BUILDS UP THE IT CURES iNDIGESTIGH RUN-DOW- N I IT PURIFIES THE BLOOD IT STRENGTHENS THE NERVES IT IS THE BEST FAMILY MEDICINE ON EARTH TRY IT. PRICE 50c AND $1.00 PER BOTTLE SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY Furniture, Moldings, Wall Paper. J. H. HAYES Painter and Interior : We carry on our floors and in our ware-roothe largest variety of Furaiturs in' Muhlenberg. If we do not have vhat you want, wc will get it for you. We have factory connections with makers of the finest goods in the country, and through "Our Special Order Department" can supply any exclusive articles atiess prices than city stores or mail order houses. Our Picture and Room Molding-stockGrowth of German Lines. It is now 75 years since the first are always complete. railroad was introduced into Germany Wallpaper i3 nov a staple article o merThe experiment was naturally on a chandise, being used all the year 'round. scale, from Ludwigsbann joining modest up Nuremberg to Furth. Tho six And wc always have full selections, prices 5 cents and up per roll. kilometers of 7." years ago havo today to GO.000 kilopieters, a - - tugraluug ff$;cj?ff? s of a mile, kilometer being jjnd It Is claimed that Germany today ISTOur Engraving Machine is the only possesses tnc fincut railway system one in this part of Kentucky, and we are In Europe. exclusively prepared to supply individual Name PUtes, which we furnish on all FINEST ENGINES IN WORLD outfits without extra cost. s. All DR. J. lirlves. Druggists. paMHHH (o.I Decorator. : W. OEN T BARLOW, fci T. 1 Crown niid llrhlgu Work done ut reasonable Otlloc up stairs, In theJones Uullding. Greenville, Ky. Bridges & Shanpjon lb DR. T. PhyHlcInn OQice Malu-croH- J. S1AT0N, Ht reel. and burgeon. WADE Htrei't near Mali: DEPOY, KENTUCKY Wc announce to our that our stocks of ments are larger and ever In our history. line of lic :- -: CAM HOWARD. It. GRAY. HOWARD & GRAY, A Little Good 3?aint 'in ' LAWYERS. Office In trade and the pubgoods in all departbetter selected than We carry a varied :- -: ft Time Saves $ $ $ Green Building opposite LaMeade Hotel. '' Contrast Between AmtrlciH "'"oeomo- - Closed vfimfor andlfet V 1.n tr. A.I tn n linlorltl ClT 18 feot by a crank and ratchet arrangement on the floor of tho car. Inclosed In steel cylindrical boxes with translucent glass fronts facing itho templets Is a series of electric eights which extend from the floor ol tho car on each side thereof to a height of 15 feet above top of rati. 'Tho well diffused light thus obtained makes it possible to take measurements both dny and night, as well as ;in dark tunnels. The fingers or Icelors attached to :the Bides and the top of the templets aro two feet long and arc placed six inches apart They are .hinged to the templets and held In the different poAttached to the sitions by friction. feelers and tho sldo of the templets aro graduated scales which Indicate automatically the distance from the rim of the templet to a side or over a small In addition, head object. board equipped with a set of feelers spaced one Inch apart has been provided to measure cornices of roots, of sholtcr sheds, or other Irregular objects clore to the track. This board Is dotachable, and can bo fastened to tho side of the templet at any point As the car passes ovor a" desired. curve, an attachment on the rear truck of tho car Indicates tho degrco of curv ature on a scale Insido of a cabinet, which has been erected in the middle of the car. In this cabinet is also an instrument consisting of a long pendu automatically lum, which indicates the elevation of one rail of the track over the other. The side of this cabinet facing the main templet has been provided with a plate glas3 win'dow, which enablo3 the operator of tho car to road tho degree of curature or the elevation of the rail at any time. With all or the attachment working automatically It is posslblo to take clearance measurements while the car Is running at a speed or four miles per hour: this is necessary at tlmo3 in order to keep out of tho way of rcgu-- . lar grains. ' Though two men can operate tho now clearance car, one taking the readings of the scales and tho othor recording them, whero clearances aro close and Irregular It requires tho EoVylcos of Vhrco men. iu ah i: .right 1; I ifasJgS&3&?: n Is' Rather Startling. Awe Tho steel trust and the railroads may bo roundly abused for tho commission of every sin, reasonable and unreasonable, under the Sherman law, but thero Is ono thing they must be credited with, and that Is putting forth and operating tho finest rolling stock In the world. American visitors abroad aro quick to comment on tho insignificant size and "queer" typo of locomotives used by English and continental trains. One explanation is that tho railroads of Europe havo not had tho profligate liberty that thoso in America have enjoyed, that they havo been hindered and circumscribed, even to the air space around tho tracks. Often in England, roads, on encountering a common, instead of blithely building a track right through it, havo The J. L. ROARK ESTATE. been compelled to use a tunnel or a bridge, and consequently the engines ORIEN L. ROARK. Manafer. have to be kept as small and compact as possible. In contrast to the locomotives oi Europe is Santa Fo engine No. 3000, which has just rolled out of tho shop: at Topoka, Kas. It is of the Mallet type, and is the largest locomotive In tho world. It made Its first trip a few days ago between Topoka and Em to take Cardui, for ycur femalo poria, but soon will be put to work troubles, because wc aro euro it more befitting Its strength. No. 30(K will help vou. Remember that is one of fifty of the same type ordered romedy by the Santa Fo. They will cost about 3 th's greal female $50,000 eaeli. By tho use of the Mallet articulated locomotives an ordinary fflfiEff8 train may be hauled from Chicago DF Pacific coast, or vice versa, with They can out a change of engines. haul ordinary trains up steep mounhas brc'jghtxsM tq thousands of tain grades, where under other circum- JU V.h'cr ztek vomcn, co why'riot to stances tho train would havo to ba .vou ? For hcadacho, backache, shortened or more locomotives sumperiodical p3to3, female wcak- moned. Tho Mallet locomotive is real- X iiess. many have said U la the ly a double engine, with two hollers, best medicine to take." Try it each with Its own set of driving wheels. Tho result Is that tho onginq irf This CItv Is transferred into an artlculatod loco, (f. motive of double power ylthout an In co3t. No. 3000 Is nearly 122 feet long and weighs 375 tons with Its tender. It has ten pairs of driving wheote In 'two sets of five pairs oech. Long-Distanto-th! 1 Varnishfinish; Caskets in White Enamel, Natural Woods, White, Colored and Black and Copper Cloth Covered; lined airtight Caskets; all lengths, and regular, extra and double extra widths. Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes constantly in stock, for immediate delivery. Burial Robes, Wrappers, Suits, Dresses, Slippers, etc., in large variety. Our two licensed Embalmcrs respond at once to calls for such services. Our general equipment is complete and of highest grade. We have a Funeral Car in service, subject to call anywhere. Telei5T"Two Private phones, Store 72; Residence 108. Residence 150 yards from store. Prompt service any hour day or night. Undertaking and Embalming. Coffin in Vi,:u Jliaicl nuR uu.ji." Wljea yottrbu:ldin3sncctl paJntlns. every day't delay costs you money. The wjn, tain, snow And frost arc Retting in their wo;k. Lumber co:U toe much to let it decay tot went 4t a Illllc paint. I: -- DRS. HELTSLEY & HELTSLEY OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS GENERAL MERCHANDISE and can supply most of the wants of the people. irjLDry Gqods. Cloi Kin Hats.'Etc, we offer large selections. In Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Fann 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. iit la lo ue good ftsa tco wM) ah work. 'CARTER Strictly Fare WHITE LEAD kind of paiat v;s never cretin oj years of wear will roroovc it. UR fifiue with you when ready to pate job-ri- ces Telephone No. 78. M Pure Linseed Oil, Pure Tirrpcnilrio and die iroat expensive colcrj The ts!c3 LtZ Nonon Route UUTWKHN :- -: - only Louisville 1U5ST and LINE TO Chicago f :- -: :- -: and durable Vc tjusrtEtee a firt-clsrcatoaablc. Doa't put it off. its Telephone No, 254, New stock sewing machine needles California and the Vast Nunthwcst Two trains daily a mier taking Department We have just a'dded an Undertaking Department to our ... 51I nnri Urn nf fr- IP rvr! rt kcts, Robes, Suits, Wrappers and Dresses. Also have a Hearse JK f in service, on call anywhere. Orders in this line given prompt (0 and careful attention any hour day or night. (r rnmni-oliDnciiin - it Roark's for all machines. French Lick and West Baden Springs. ili llftCinoCC STATION, LOUISVILLE. DEAIinORN STATION, UN CHICAGO. Sous! It is a very seriou3 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 genuinc BLacTJ-Iraugh- $ Tnlnntinnnc. iiziiiiiiiiiiiiiv lutpuuiio. ii oiuit, C l!n it mu. f a i, &t:S.t V niiiiii ran infill, nu. ay ti k ur ui nu. U ran J. n Dinin? and Parlor Cars. Palace Drawing Room Sleepers. E. H. BACON, D. P. A., N. W. Cor. lib and Market SU,. LOUISVILLE, ICY. 55 The BRIDGES & SHANNON CO, DEPOY, KENTUCKY T Liver Medicine The reputation of thi3 eld, reliable medicine, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is firmly established. It docs not imitate ether medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver pc.vdcr, with a larger sale than all others combined. SOib IN TOWN . vz -J -- WE BUY WUULr fcr t.ii lliin stnls or caamhsiaa meichaab. RtltrencK any bask ia LociiTille. We fotaish Wool Bags tree to ccr smpffrs. matmpittiau i m "Try Cardui," writes Mrs. Z. I HEW YORSC IS THE GREATEST THEATRICAL $4.00 Per Year. SHOW PAPER hrUr kwai94ftC BtkgDtaltis. i rs can DO in Kj. V, Spell, of Haync, N. M.SAJEL&SOKS ia LonisTille, 'QO 3DNHJ NOINfl 'pi-M- i 'spauX aoi( Jlinort ptru 3oi bu.udi aoj aupiuj oin:m .V. ti -bll.lVUl JOJ XJ03UJ i!H BIUUi 3M !N THE WORLD. AT FACTORY PRICES was in a very low slate of health, nr.d was not able to be up and tend to my duties. I did try Cardui,. and soon got able bc p began to fcej better. up and hc:p do ray I continued to tako trie medicine! and housework. aow I jjgj am able to. do my housework and to care for my children, s4 and I feel as though I could never uraisa Cardui enouuh for the benefits 1 have recejY$cLu tc-- C GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS When German Princes Travel. administraThe Prussian railway tion, which spreads almost over tho entire German empire, has just Issued regulations granting nev privileges For tho tp royalty In traveling. $9 princes nre to have prlal trains' fit specially cheap rates, and while the ordinary trayeler must pay for at least twelve places when ho orders a special train, the princo will only be charged for tho exact number of places he occupies. Another regulation Is that when a prince expresses a wish to travel In a particular compartment of an ordinary express tho compartment must be placed at his disposal, and even - where no wish Is oxpressed tho station master Is to offer th'e princo a compartment to himself. When princely specials are running. locomotives with steam up aro to bo kept In readlnoss at.all tho chief sta tion3 along the lino of travel and tho Sample Copy Free. ALBERT Single Copy, 10 Ct5, ISol KIi WKKKLY TAKE More than nine out of even ten cases of rheumatism ate simply rheumatism of the muscles, due to cold or damp, In or chronic rheumatism. such cases no internal treatment is required. The free application of FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (LJd ri'llLIKUKItS, J. HOME. 47 V.. SStu sr., luxwiia. yor.l Woman's Tonic Cardui is successful, because it is made especially for women, and acts specifically on the womanly constitution. Cardui does one tiling, and does it well. That explains the great success which it has had, during the past 50 years, in helping thousands of weak and ailing women back to health and happiness. If you are a woman, feel tired, dull, and are nervous, cross and irritable, it's because you need a tonic. Why not try Cardui? Cardui builds, strengthens, restores, and acts in every way as a special, tonic remedy for women. Test it for yourself. Your druggict sells Cardui. Ask him. We to' Laics' Advisory Dept. Chattanooga Medicine Co., ChattaruyL Term., for Special Instructions, end book, rfome Treatment Worai'Vcntlreq. & for J Liniment nan s am L 33N3J NMV1 NOIKD is all that is needed and it is certain to give quick relief. Give it a trial and see for yourself how quickly it relieves the pain and soreness. Price 25c; large size, 50c, U".i,jnirle:lyf"iii 1ohM:!. HAMUISOOK rti I'ntPiits e.'i't liie. ol.lst ii I'.ilvi'in taken tiirn.iiU Jl .n" fi Co. rucclve tftnal notitt, without cinirue, l tho n Anrcne ' Qtl. ..y . if... i Invomlim is )mntii..y Trade Makus Designs Copyrights &c. clrli nl dcvrlpllnn niny fui'"i Irce r.Iiotlipr an ruici.iuM'i. ('"niniittilrn. A hnmlsonioly IlliiMrniert Trpphlr. I.trcest clr. cnlnlliiii of iiny rientui? Jiiminl. 'J'criiistfS n year; four immllis, ( I. tjolJbyall iienailuiilern. MUNN & CowiBiwd- -j New York NO. 270 We hlilpal' vehicles Dircri from rur T.irlcrv C. O. D. loCiiiiniiner rohjeit U cxai:ii:iu!: n si:il HIprovnIon 3od.is f tc: trlnl. It isof the ;rcTti hnporlnticeto the (Jlolie l.iiCy & I! firings Vn. l have every otic deals with its a pl Snlisiioil f'uMciituir. Koeffoit isn'Miinl ti mal.i- cachshipiiMitMnh cxrellcft vah:'- iti qu.il iy of mnlTial, wtirkinniiAlitp, firl-at il W!e f vehicle that it will be a LniUtnsl Advrrilscnient nnil hi orders m rtluni. If yirpleuic you, by Mrllinjryou an liontilly uiui'e buj::y ata price le the APililIomnn's IVnOl. ou wiilr rccom in p nil cur k'"' Ih ti your 0 fiuuniulro inbvilutflv asKowl tocurc 'stomcrs as it wouM be to a dealer. ! f fomlsarc not as rep- You reunited our money Isrctunicdto you. ai.e norihi.. We iimnufactiire honest YehicJcs nntl llnrnrss. .ieotir custitnurs money, fill orders iroiupl'. Write for our Tree llnjUy and liarnoMi (.lahue. 6L0BE BUGGY Et HARNESS COtfPAN' OWENSBORO. liENTUtlf Subscribe for Hie Record Only 50c Lilc and Pace seeing the condition hurried up. Vincent now being close to my father said An Independent Newspaper. to him with an oath, "I will stop you from halting soldiers," and as ruiti.iaiiED Tiu'itxnATa ax he said that he drew his pistol and cocked it and just as Vincent started L. Uoauk, Ohikx .O wen Itioc. Secretary. President. to bring his pistol around to shoot Okibn 1. Koakk, Editor. my father, who stood defenseless Telephone, No. 72. on Vincent's left, Lile came up O'ftloe la new annex rear of store, pfouml floor. close by Vincent's right and sei.cd Vincent's pistol with his hand be50 CENTS PER YEAR. IN ADVANCE. tween the hammer and the cap and with 'a firm grip he wrenched the .'y. . TERMS. pistol from mccnt. Vincent's atThe 3UlbcrIptlon prico of the p.ipcr In tn ml ranee, ami when the time, hits expired tention was then turned to Lile, dc-- . to whlca It U paid, tho paper will i cioppeu. airdw tit ItinnUH.oliltunry notleoH. etc., If not mandtng his pistol, but Lilc refused In published free. A 'mjtcr than ten lines, will .ihtvrjfc of Sc. per line will be made for Hiiceecd Pace then came up lo'jf linen.. No variation of this rule to anyone. to give it up. Vre mtmple copies will be mailed. on Vincent's left and he and Lile Ad vcrtlttementH will le Inserted. A rate card Mad it not moved Vincent on. will be furnished ou requent. ?iAddre99 allcouiinunleatlons and make all rebeen for the promptness and nerve RECORD PRHSS. mittance payable to Oreenvllle, Ky. ot Lilc that incident would have been tragical and sad. My brother, .v THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1511. who was in the lot nearby, saw the aftair and hurried to the house to Kotered at the Oreenrille, Ky., pontofnee an matter. get a gun to shoot Vincent and as he came out with his gun Lile and Pace were forcing Vincent on, and as no harm was done my brother look no action. Lile kept Vincent's THE FAMILY pistol until they parted on the road. Lile afterwards told me if he had OP' been a moment later that my father would have been killed. f HE RECORD. he had lied. Ventilation ago; of School Rooms. RECORD PRESS, Long-Distan- second-claH- Golonei James Life. RONIiU. oosAopooooaccoseoa Wc notice ihc death v1 of Joseph GREENVILLE, KENTUCKY Lile occuring October 25. Uc was DIRECTORS W, A. Wickliffe, W. G. Duncan, C, E. a son oi Col. James and Lucy Nance Martin, R. T. Martin, E. J. Purycar, C. M. Martin, Jno. Lilc, natives of North Carolina. Col. James Lilc was a soldier of the T. Reynolds, Jr. war of 1812; he was at the battle of New Orleans and also took part in The standing and responsibility of the men the Mexican war. He emigrated flasket ball at V. M. C. A. tofrom North Carolina to Tennessee morrow night, Ueaver Dam team who constitute our Board of Directors arc a where he lived several years. To plat ing our boys. guarantee of careful, judicious management. Col. James and Lust Nance Lile were born and reared six sons, Ti&ht Filling Collars. Thomas, Mark, llenjunin, Jasper, instruction, the In all first-aiJlobert and J.jscnh, three daughters first thing one is told to do In casta Sally, Mary and CUrsi. In iSy of fainting or convulsions, is .) Cures Cholera sniantumt Col. James Lilc, with his entire loosen the clothing; but it seems Diarrhoea, Dysentery, and the: came to Kentucky and set not to have occurred .o any one to family, Bowel Troubles of Children of tied in Muhlenberg county on the suggest that some of these casts JIny Jtv. Aids Digestion, uowcls, Strength Rcgula!:. waters of Pond liver and in ihe might have been prevented had the ens iJ.s Child and MAKES neighborhood of Geo. O. Pr.iwse, 'ZTHJ.Q EASY. ReferFOWSSnS. i&Slj cloth up nocr bun tiht. , Jacob limblcr, John Swan Atkins-)!'M0FFE1T. H. D St. Ms, We Costs Only 25c at Druggist vor raq-l ?x ence is not here made to the corset Richard Thompson and John Otvenj. savo fflothcr! Hesitate UQ tQngVt done, Uy tho health and life ot particularly, f r tight lacing has been giving these poivdeis. Your chiic?, as tH&us&ntts have Thomas Lile, ihc oldest son of Col. so denouctd that its eveils are often TEETHINA is easily given and quickly counteracts and over upon teething children. Lilc, married Margaret Short a na- well known. The comes the effects of th summer's hsat present criticism tive of Tennciser. Ketijamln ai.d is directed against tight neckwear. .Jaxpt-- t Lile marritd daughters of f.n fliin rmrgrfl men nre ns often at zzrrr nn Owens of Muhlenberg county. fault as woman in summer, indeed, the harm done by poor ventilation Robert Lile married a daughter of more often. Actual compression of into two kinds the quick acting or the use of A goodfcvxativp, to keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons of undigested Alexander Keith of Christian counthe windpipe is not the only way in infections, and the slow- - food from KettlncintQ your system. ty.' Mark Lile never married. Jo which death by strangulation may The Litest product of science Is VELVQ Laxativo Liver Syrup, purely vegetable, KenUe, conditions. reliable and Of a nfansant. nrnnvitle Inctr Vi1vn nrfc acting or lit. or nc M.oll nc nn Itia seph Lile married a daughter of be caused. The immediate cause Among the former ' he places stomach and bowels, and Is of the greatest possible efficacy In constipation, Indigestion, Farley Knight of Christian county. uiuuuaic, sick ncaaaciie, levcnsnness, couCjiiaiuience, etc. l ry vr 1 may be congestion of the brain and influenza, colds, cerebrospinal The three daughters remained sin perhaps apoplexy, the result ot cut- meningitis, and various infections, gle. ting off the return circulation of the such as scarlet fever, diphtheria and The family of Col. James Lile arc blood in the veins of the neck. measles. 'Among the latter he Salnow all dead but two daughters JJut a man need not die m order fo places drowsiness, mental slowness, ly .and Mary; they have reached experience the evil effect of tight muscular lassitude, headache. their four score years. Col. James collars: the bad effects come much ilapbiness, anemja, chorea and Lile was a man of some prominence; sooner and much more readily than irritability, he died in 1053, his son, Benjamin Many persons suffer from death. died in 1852, Thomas died in 1S60, more or less frequent headaches, Jasper died in 1S74, Robert died in disturbances of vision, attacks of Let Mc fix your clock. 1883 Mark died in 1889, Joseph dizziness, and oilier disagreeable ail Give us your job work. died Oct. 25th., 191 1. ONE OF OUR ments due entirely to the constriction We knew this family when they Oysters, Celery, Fish at CoomLs of the neck by collars that arc tpp were in active life; they were aJ small or stocks that bind. FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS & Co. honest and respectable people and 3nly ?3.5t ho regular price Is $ioo. Those who bring or mail are near the The veins of the neck fPf to and telling Sj this advertisementwill us withintofive days after seeingatitthe low rate us ood citizens; there arc a few grand surface, and jt takes Ijttje force to Nccdjcs for all sewing machines at where they saw it of be able have one reserved children of Co'.. Lile now living in comprcps them enough to interfere $25. Books and stationery arc included. No time limit, If not ready Roark's. now, buy one for future use. the county; it seems that the Lile with the current of blood. family is fading away and those old In men, the trouble occurs more All knr4s fresh and salted n.eats pioneer families, with whom they often in those with. short necks, for at J. E. Coombs & Co. Were once associated, some have be it g the pressure of the lower edge come extinct, others have died and of the collar that jntxrfcrs most with Burr Grist scattered until but few of their rep the bloodstream. Obviously, thprp- iMy new burr grist mill is in oper resentatives now survive in j)P conn forc, the nan with the "giraffe" neck ation; call on your merchants for ty. Joseph Lile, the youngest son will gutfer least. However, any White Flint meal. Also ready to of Col. James Lilc, wvs an honest, tightness is bad. Mot infrequentlv furnish the public with chicken feed generous and accommodating man; the light neck-banof the pajama and chopped corn. he. lived about 8 miles west of or the pightshirt may do almost as jl 28 J A. Shaver. Greenville in the Pond river section. much harm fl.s the stiff collar We knew him for over fifty years Some cases of persistent insomnia and always found him the same quiet have been dut to congestion of the law abiding man. We have long re brain from this cause, and have spected him lor an act of Jdndness been promptly relieved by leaving that wcshall never forget, one which the lop button of the night-dres- s we believe saved the life of iny fath- unfastened. er during the Civil war in 1864. stocks of The high, close-fittinOne day in the fall of the year a women often cause severe headache, man by the name of Vincent who vertigo and nausea, for which the UoiisMrlciljMm.JeififoJ, HANDDOOi pni'qtcut HhA3 S3 Y14 1 lived in the lower part of the county s rmtoMa, slSfrfrfrfsf warari bl un: the climate, their actitfroo. Oldest nueucj for securing J.O, receiver JM S7f SSv,6ryr, S -- "7A 1'itteiiU taken tlirouuli Muim & yiswL is ' yr and who belonged to the 35 Ky. In diet, or anything except their foolish ffneiafnoflet, without chnro. lulbo PH fantry was on his way to Hopkins ness in choking themselves. vtHej be came through GrcenvdJ: jcaHroiATKP. Sometimes persons with all the dilation f ari frcleliMpg luiinml. U'ernis, fa SH SowbjnnflirJenic . and there loaded up with whisky HL Second nnd Wnut Streets. LOUISVILLE. KY. symptoms commonly caused by eye & Go.3S,BrodNew York and came out by the residence of strain, who huvJ no relief from prppcb omco. 63S V BU Washington. D. C. tny father in the evening in compa glasses, or have been told by the ny with Joseph Lile and Edward 0 oculist that they do not need glasses, Pace. Vincent was crazed and wild gel well with n treatment at all " Vith intoxication and as they ap They have not uoliuul tltdt ije "el GREASE .preached the residence of my fath come relief followed a change o er, he was out in the road drivinj dress in which the usual tight band the cattle into the lot and was hur that constricted the neck was rytng the rattle" up. Vincent was in replaced by one that was lnnsc. 'the advance of Lile and Pace and when he saw my father he spurred The Armstrong Farm for Sale. up and calling.out to him demanded The Hillie Armstrong farm of Goo lijtJi a volley of oaths "Py whatau for sale as a y'ou called me to halt?" acres, near Earles, ihorhy have My fatfiw iolfl hjnn that he hail not whole or to suit, on very easy terms. Made m Louisville by CHAg. C. STULU OIL CO. galled him to hair, jiojsnt then Apply to Bassett Bros., Madison- pursed my father and told Jbigp thatlyjj'e, Ky, makes kidneys cad bladder right 3t. i c More and more the benefits of our excellent fire department are appreciated. Losses have been held to a minimum since wc have had water, while without it the town would have been wiped out largely in some of the blazes that have started. In an address delivered not long the health commissioner of Chicago, speaking on the subject of ventilation in schools, said that although good ventilation is important tor every one at every age, it is never so necessary as during the school years. All through these years the body is growing and maturing rapidly, and physical habits are being established. Since whatever material is formed in this time will have to do duty through the years of adult life, it is a bad time to make material that is below the standard. The human body may be compared to a garment. It will stand a great deal of rough wear and tear if it is made of good material; but if it is made of shoddy, it will grow shabby' and wear ont quickly, no matter how well it is cared for. That is why the care of children in their early years is so important it is the tunc to make material that will stand the wear and tear of Children who in the later life. school years are subjected to avoidable strain do not always show the efbut years immediately: fect afterward, when they display small power of recuperatio, little resistance to disease, and great susceptibility to fatigue, they arc paying for the injustice to which they were subjected in the past. It has been scientifically proved that children do not do well in badly They are ventilated schoolrooms. likely to be pale, nervous, and subject to headache; they catch cold easily, and take little interest in their studies. After the windows have been opened, and the tompcra-turhas been lowered, and the air made fresh and moist, the same chil drcn, in the same room, with the samu teacher will be different crcat ijres; not only healthier and freer from colds and headaches, but more alert, interested, and ready for their lessons. The rej o is from the schools where this particular cxpt riment has b:en made and the results carefully notjd, declare that the change in the mental capacity and power of the children to apply themselves Wi.s more marked than the, physical change for the better, althou that, too, was great. W. AT: D. BLACKWELL & BkO. BRIZENDINE'S Steel Skillets, 10c. 3 qt. Stew Pans, 10c. 9 inch Meat Fruit Saucers, Regular 10c. Potato Masher, 5c. Regular 6 10c. General Insurance We represent thp Hnmp ance incur- N. toat writes all Platter, 10c. " 60c. kinds of firm and Bread anil Butter Plates, regular value 60c. Saturday 40c. (o. of Y.Jp Jcity property. " 40c. China Mug, 5c. qt. Granite Kettle, with lid, 25c. Wc arc compelled to make room for our Xmas goods, and if prices will do this we should have lots of room in a few days. FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY :- -: BONDS GIVE US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE. TI FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLACKWELL BRO S GREENVILLE, KY. BETTER MATTRESS FOR LESS MONEY Let us prove to you that the Stearns & Foster Windsor grade Mattress is superior to any $15.00 mattress advertised in the magazines. You don't have to buy on faith. We'll show you the inside (an important side to know) of the very mattress you buy. I STEAMiSXFPSTER MATTRESS' WINDSOR grade $1350 A positive guarantee of money back if not satisfactory on 60 nights trial. Come in today. We ve got all the good things at very reasonable prices. 'Ihe J. L. R0ARK Estate raysicians Aflvise air-bor- d VELVO I I fl OClVC LAXATIVE A Clean Man Outside cleanliness is less than half the battle. A ma may scrub himself a dozen times a day, and still be uncleaa. Good health means cleanliness not only outside, but inside. It means clean stomach, clean bowels, clean blood, a clean liver, and new, clean, healthy tissues. The man who is clcaa ia 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 ia uncleaa stomachs. Blood diseases arc found where there is uncleaa blood. Consumption and bronchitis mean unelean lungs. LIVER SYRUP 9 3a Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery prcvcBts these diseases. It makes a bbb'i Isoldes eleaa and healthy. It eleaas the digestive organs, makes pure, clean blood, and clean, healthy flesh. It restores tone to the nervous system, and cures nervous exhaustion and prostration. It contains no alcohol or drugs. Constipation is the most unclean unclcanliness. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant P& lets cure it. They never gripe. Easy to take as caHdy. habit-formin- g I H H H H H H H d S j g H x7sni y 1, h raw mpjgjHjjBjHpjpjpM Brightly Lighted Windows Draw Trade With tho new Edison flazda 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 Light & Water (0. n . "XIE g I Folcv's Kidney Curt v if t 1 We arc to have a permanent movWALTER HELTSLEY KILLED ing picture show, the lower room in the Lam building being fitted and Tuesday at Mine at Powderly by Besealed for the purpose. 1 BAKfNCi POWDE Absolutely Pur m Summer weather the latter part of last week, and real winter the first of For real variety and quick this. changes we cannot be beaten. Lucillus Haden Kirkpatrick, Sunday, is being entertained all the honors due the first at the home of Mr. and Carlisle Kirkpatrick born with coming Entangled Machinery. in tiie born, Mrs. To have pure and wholesome food, be sure that your baking powder is made from cream of tartar and not from alum. The Label will guide you Royal is the only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar No Alum No Lime Yesterday was a fine day for the opening of the bird season, and many persons from town got in the game the first day. Some very nice bags arc reported, but dogs are not doing their best work yet. Greenville has had four fires in the past six weeks, and all of them have been within a radius of 100 yards, and right around the square. The number and the concentrated area covered arc unusual, and doubtless have never before occured. Bessie, wife of Mr. Martin Kinkade, died at their home at Earles last Monday evening, after an illness of some months from She is survived by consumption. husband and one daughter. her Interment was in the cemetery at East Union at 2.30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Y. M. C. A. NOTES. Phosphates (. R. fc. LOCAL TIME CARD. Only two weeks until Thanks giving. If you were successful, you had quail for breakfast this morning. Walter C. Heltsley, outside machinist at the Powderly mine of the Greenville Coal Co., was instantly killed about 10 o'clock Tuesday morning by becoming entangled in the machinery while attempting to put on a belt. It appears that the machinery was started without giving Heltsley notice, and he had no opportunity to protect himself. His death was almost instantaneous, and his body was badly mangled before the machinery could be slopped. The death caused the greatest sadness, as Heltsley was one of the most popular and efficient men in the company's employ, and was a general favorite among the men. Funeral services were held at the Baptist church at Powderly at 10 o'clock yesterday morning conducted by Rev. Henry, and the church was crowded. Interment followed in the graveyard at Jerni-gan'- s Chapel. Deceased was a consistent member of the church, and a man of much, promise. He is survived by his wife and a baby, and the sympathy of every one is extended to these in their great loss. Furnace Room CLOTHES ORDER FROM fif MAIL SAVE MONEY, US AND We Handle None But the Best. Our atocko aro no largo that you havo every stylo and pattern, and size, and shape from which to eolcct: and wo make buying BY MAIL, Just as easy and satisfactory as you can do It in the store Wo havo special things that you can pet NOWHERE ELSE, such ar : Levy's Special Suits tor Men at Levy's Special Boys' Suits with 2 pairs ot Pants and all tho Loading1 Linos of FURNISHINGS, HATS AND SHOES. Wo issuo a larffe illustrated catalog, which we Mention this paper and write us fully for anything you want in our line, and you'll Ret a prompt ultJf i.uiu m not exacuy what you m " may ba returned and your fllONEY will bo immediately REFTTITDT'T) want it Members WE ALSO SEND SAMPLES FREE. Retail Merchants Association. A House Established 50 Years Ago. The Largest in Its Line. Third and Railroad Fares Refasied at Certain Tines. The Bright Spot. LEYY5 LOUISVILLE, KY. Market. Burns. A NOUTII norn. .11.23 am I..') I j) in . I.UKiim . 7.15 inn . 10S 101 130 NO. 135 Louisville ExprosH (liiclitiiiitl KxriHt Mmlte.l Central City (lccoimiuulutiim Homi not mi. Read the city ordinances passed at last meeting of the council. Woods and fields were full of hunters yesterday, when the quail season opened. Now that we have had our three fires, may there be many a day until in 101 Puilucnli tin 1 (.'aim ncttnn 5.15 am 12.10 in Fulton uccoinmtxliilloii New Orleans, ei-iul . .. :t.lOtm N. O. lt'. (Louisville iia.tr. nl.v) 1.20 um W. G. CitAwroitli. Apt. June 5. Oil. This week is being observed by the Association as The Week of Services arc being held Prayer. every evening at the Association at Come out and join 7:30 o'clock. in these prater services if you are interested in the young men and boys in Greenville or any where tlse. The repairs being made at the Presbyterian church arc netting completion 1 V, 1 If you want that dead watch or clock put to work, let Mc have it and he will put it to running. 8 Home rendered lard per J. R, Coomiis & Co. r pound. rUE ;RfiCoiiD 5jc:'peryear7f Fish Wednesday and Saturday at J. E. Coombs & Co. i2c. I. JL For Sale and calf. Good Jersey milch cow J. E. Coomhs &Co. before you Sec Coombs & Co. sell your beef hides. . - 027 V. M. C.SA. solicits orders for Thanksgiving cakes, and will supply any sort The ladies auxiliary of the of cake that may be desired. phone Miss Jessamine Barkley. See Briz's Saturday specials. . Give your job printin orders to The Record. Fresh smoked and salted meats of all kinds at J. E. Coombs & Co's market. 020 Ami-Salw- n League. c, Anti-Saloo- Rev. II. K. Smith, of Hopkins-villKy., who represents the League of Kentucky, will be in Greenville, Sunday, Nov. 19th. and will speak at the Methodist church at 1 o'clock and at the Uaptist church at 7 o'clock. It is said that Dr. Smith is one of the very best temperance speakers the state of Kentucky has produced. n 1 WANTED Good Housekeeping Magazine requires the services of a representative in Greenville to look after subscription renewal and to extend circulation by special methods which have proved unusually successful. Salary and commission. Previous experience desirable, but not essential. Whole time or spare time. Address, with references, J. F. Fairbanks, Good Housekeeping Magazine, 3S1 Fourth Ave., New York City: The Bible classts arc progressing Last both in numbers and interest. itjured. Mrs. J. C. H.iden, of Drakes-boro- , week the Juniors had a perfect athas .been here for several tendance and the Intermediates had da).s with relatives and friends. only one absent. The standing in points is as follows: Intermediates Mr. and Mrs. ;il. O. Meredith The City CounciPof the City of points, Juniors 50 points and Greenville do ordain as follows: have the sympathy of ftiends in the 70 Seniors 30 points. loss of their daughter, born last SatThat it shall be unlawful for per On next Friday night will be the sous to congregate or loiter on an) urday. fisrt match basket ball game of the street or alley or pavement or sideThe severe freeze last week ruined season. The Beaver Dam team will walk, or on the public square in the many apples, potatoes, pumpkins, come over and tackle the local V. city of Greenville, so as to obstruct etc, that had not been properly M. C. A. boys... The Y. M. C. A. the frcc-us- c thcrcoffnr-ina- kc any team is doing some good practicing unusual noise by hallooing or by protected' and the team is generally considered loud or boisterous talking. Any Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Crawford faster than last season's team. The one violating the provisions of this and son arc in Millwood for a visit tickets are now on sale at the Asso- section shall be deemed guilty of a at Mr. Crawford's old home, and ciation office. Prices "arc as follows: misdemeanor and upon conviction they will be gone for two weeks. To members of the Y. M. C. A., thereof shall be fined pot less than scats 25 cents, standing room 20 fwo dollars nor more than five dol scats 30 lars for each offense. , Briz is expecting his holiday cents and to goods in a few days, and to make cents, standing room 25 cents. The Adopted Nov. 10, 191 1. room for them is making sonic very seats are reserved and each one is J. W. Lam, Mayor, special prices in many lines this numbered so theie will be no conOkikk L. Rork, Clerk. week. fusion as last year. If you want to see an interesting as well as an exEverv Waltham Wateh The City Council of the City of ment 3 guaranteed by tho manuMr. J. L. Morijan's residence is citing game, that is clean and wholefacturers against any defect in Greenville do ordain as follows: material or construction. This under roof, and the interior work is some, come and see this one. Euaranteo is without time limit, That any person who is the owner nnd holds good tho world over. being rushed. It is an ornament to of or who may have in his possesCherry street, which has many handRqy, Berkct lloleman Dies. sion or under his control any flocks some homes. At his home near Greenbrier of geese in the City of Greenville church, in the southern part of the and who shall suffer or permit the I 2,, Mrs. H. C. McCrackcn and dau- county, Rev. Berket Holeman, in same to be at large on the streets ghter, Miss Ella, who have been in his 76th year, died at 9 o'clock and passways of tlic City of GreenSouth Carolina for two weeks with Tuesday morning. For some months ville shall be deemed guilty of a now in use the family of Mr. Louis McCracken deceased had been a sufferer from misdemeanor, and shall upon con We havo a largo assortment of are expected home this week. severe pains in his head, and had viction thereof be fined the sum of Waltham Watches in Gold, Gold. been quite melancholy over his con- one dollar, and each day such Filled, Silver and Nickel Cases. Aunt Amanda Walker, colored, dition, Frequently he had express geese are found at large shall con At died at her home near the old cem- cd himself as being unable to en- stitute a separate offense,, etery last Friday evening, from a dure the toiturc, and preferred Adopted Nqv. iq, lyu. complication of ailments incident death. Monday night he was found J. W, Lam, Mayor, to her age. She was one of the old in a condition, and Oki en L. Roakk, Clerk. residents of the town, where she a doctor was called. Conditions he had spent her long life. found indicated an overdose of Stray Notice. morphine, and all efforts to over, Mrs. Belle Allen and Mr. George r.ome the medicine proved fruitless, Taken up by J, H. Lovcll, as Hendricks were married at the Rev. Holeman hail lived here, and astray, living two miles west of home of the bride at 7:30 o'clock was well kuown over the county, Greenville, KyM one male calf, Tuesday evening, Rev. O. A. Bar-be- e Burial wjll be at the Joins grave- dark brown, unmarked, valued by officiating. There were few yard this morning. This, the His wife and M. L. Boggess at $6. witnesses, and the wedding was a several children RUrviue. nth. day of November, 191 1. surprise to everyone, having been Subscribed and sworn to before kept secret. Fire in Pressing Shop Siiuday Nigbt. me by J. H. Lovell, this, Nov. u, the scries starts again. Fire had gained considerable headway in the furnace room at the home of Mr. J. W. Lam before it was discovered at 9:45 o'clock Tuesday night, and despite the efforts of the fire department the btiilding was consumed, but adjoining houses were saved from an damage. Ii n supposed the fire originated in sc me wet slack that had been recently placed in the basement The heating pldtit was not Big Store. city ordinances: Among the latest of the Murphys-bor- o merchants to contract for a large advertising space in the Daily and Weekly Independent U the Morgan Music Co Mr. Morgan will coluths wide at.d ten uie a space inches deep to tell the army of Indeyou. pendent readers the gocd poin's of I he you. ' great Virtuolo phycr piano. stroma Sinrc moving into Ihiir new location you on Walnut street they have the largest md ftnest pi.ino store in Southern yjl of They buy their pianos in Illinois. large lots direct from the manufac & tures, often bujing as many as three car loads at one time. lly modrin Only Way Buy Coffee Economically business methods, fair dealings ai.d by using a liberal amount of adver tising space they have built up .an Is Cost Cup. excellent business. They do a large business in all of the surrounding (Coffee prices are up and one result is the more careful buying towns of the county and their pianos of coffee based on quality and cup cost rather tjian cosWper may be found for fifty miles around. pound. The first two days of this week they Before the recent advance many women who were using a 25 sold five pianos; this would be an cent coffee were paying more per cup than those women who excellent business for a town several paid 40 cents per pound, but got more cups per pound and a much times the size of Murphjsboro. better drink besides. Murphysboro (III) Independent. For a long time we have been educating our trade to use better blends of coffee. That's one reason why we have the exclu- to A fragrant scent greets A tempting meets A delicious flavor awaits in every cup Chase Sanborn's High Crade Coffee to per The to Figure the sive agency in Greenville for Chase 6b Coffees. - Sanborn's . Waltham Watches . 000,000 We have many customers who admit that C. & S. Seal Coffee at 40 cents, in one pound tin can?, is more economical and more satisfactory to them than any 25c or 30c- coffee they eyer used. They are figuring cost per cup not cost per 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. We 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. Last week we unpacked fresh shipments of New California Raisins. A full line of California Canned Fruits. A full line of California Dried Fruits. New Bulk Rolled Oats. Fresh Pure Buckwheat Flour. Fancy New Mackerel. Flake Hominy and Grit. These are not all either, but will give you a little idea of the fine variety of fresh new foods you can get at our store. e. Mccracken, semi-couscio- W. H. BRIZENDINE & CO. Talking of variable climate, we had here last Saturday night the greatest extremes ever known in the same length of time. At midnight the thermometer stood at 74, and at 5 o'clock Sunday morning the mercury had dropped in the tube to 24. This was at the rate of 10 degrees an hour, but people who were up declare that most of the change occurred within two hours. The court house clock is on strike, and refuses to strike the hours. Tnc striking hammer is broJohn Rhea Haley,aged 14 years, ken, and the efforts of thc.clock to died at the home of his father, Mr. mark' time ran be heard by those Tims. Haley, at Karles, last Thurswho are in the building; but to the day, after an illness of some weeks many people who depend on "Big from typhoid fever. Services were Ben" for time, the absence of the held at East Union church Friday, bell announcements i? a serious in- conducted by Rev. W. II. Woodconvenience. son, and interment was in the cemetery near the church. There were Typewriter ribbons, all machines, many friends and relatives who attended the services. at Roark's An alarm of fire at 3:13 o'clock Monday morning drew the volunteer fire department and a largo crowd to the Greenville Coal Co. office building, on the upper floor of which Miss Lena Arnold conducted a pressing and altering shop, The fire had gained considerable headway, and the contents of the shop were destroyed. The building was considerably damaged, but the water damage was extremely light, as the fire lighters were careful in their work, it is thought that an electric iron caused the blajte, as. the Hwitch indicated that the rur rent had been left on, and the fire was worst at. the point, where the iron rested. Miss Arnold had no insurauce, and her loss is considerable. See Big Ben at Macks watchmaking shop. J J. Rice, J. M. C. C, Taken up by Dr. T. J. Slatou, living in Greenville, Ky., one calf about one . year old, marked two splits in right car and crop off of left ear, and valued by T, L. oll at 7.50. Ur. T. J. SJaton states under oath that he has not changed any of marks of said calf. Subscribed and, qworn to befure me by Dr. T. J. latou, this, 7th. day of Nov. in 1. J. II, Lovcll, J. p. 1 t- - 1 Cures "Golds" In any part of body, II III II MMyMIMl')wBTn MUHLENBERG COUNTY Or. I ! Fenner's Cough Konsy cir. trj..' Vliflio oilier mwlirino ftlMtliUwUlliriim a euro. TAkeii liotoio oximmiv iivu-u-t lltiumiMiUiii. Crmi. AVINGS BANK Greenville, Ky, i:iiiiiiimt)iii, .nuiit,iiruiK'uti Dealer. ii lnM"fiw4 WMquiUiu Cough. ' Xtl tub. blio bj mall GOc. 1 mlonla. f. Y. i v - - There will be servlncs morning and evening at the Presbyterian church next Sunday, and Dr, Henderson, the pastor, will occupy the pulpit. future Banking business. Cashier. i Registered Poland China Boar. Services at J. E. Coombs' farm 2t SI, due when service Appreciating your past patron-ag- e we solicit ail or part of your Give us ybjir, or,de.ffQr.fresfi meat. is rendered. C00MBS.fr Cc Quick delivery. J. E. COOMB, Greenville, Ky. WALLPAPER Special Prices, at Roark's. ROARK Fwrtiture, WeJlp&per, Shades, Moldings. Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Cwketa, Robes, Ww.pper.z-- , Slippers, We Vaults. iX (fir Disinfectiorv-ROA- RK MUD IfllH as AFFECT MARKET. Why the City Resident Gains Much as the Farmer. HAD With My Back." "I Suffered Years IWhy !Not &J J &J $J &t t t &)f &)l )f t.- -, Xt ir XSt ,Sr ,tlr .r .tv .!, .! 0$t ROADS Products That Woufd Reach the Cities if tho Highways Were Good Arc Held Dack nnd Go tnto tho Hnnds of the Speculator. In many rwpwts tlvre la n cortuin nmottut of ermlwios iu tlif different plinaus of our physical condition. Tlti is more npnroiit In our country roads y ollior, a.i.vs the Motr thnn almost News. Tlic sytriu of road Imildini; has boon faulty its well as uowlly. Much oxpeiip; has Imh-- put upon tho common muds year after year, und 8tUl there arc seasons when most r.wttla arc iu an unlit condition for treiiern) purpopw. This in not the fault of purpose, hut of mode of treatment. Mm h of eourse is die to the nevue-of the country and tlic constant demaud for labor ami cost in nmkini; farms, build-in;- ; biidgus and othorwiso ai tending to what may properly be regarded of p'imo importance. As the country advances in other respects the necessity for good roads becomes more insistent A few thoughts upon tub subject from a promlneut citlxen of .Michigan may not be amiss: "If 1m common roads of the country were brought to n condition that would enable farmers to market their products at all Keusoua of thu year, the cost of living iu town and city would be greatly lessoned, nud discontent iiinon.c laboring people and the operatlvoa of Industrial concerns would largely decrease if It did not entirely disappear.' Why m:U limy are tlic two questions which n.ust bu nuswered. "Present :ond conditions compel farmers to rush tiieir products to marlinrvestcsl and when ket as soon roads arc at their best, sJixe by waiting a convenient time they nmy not net there at :ill because of had roads. 'Jlita 'naturally consists the m.iri.er. t lorciug low price.'!, to the :;reat apof the producer and vltl'-mpreciable benefit to the cmsumer. because the average f:i?nlly iu invu fr city buys only in small miautltin at ono time,. say a day's or a week's supply. I .What ls the result? 4J " Tiie speculator, 111smiling prices low 111:11 a mite wiiuu iuo , ami ikuowiii bad roads season will bo on. whan - rtontpetliifr products will bu kept from the trade centers, buys up tho aurplus and stores It nway for the. day of necessity, when he can demand and re ceive his own price for his holdingthe stuff for which men toil, which they 'arc compelled to have at whatin ever cost. And when the eiti-e- n towns the mechanic ami. operative of shops and factory Is forced In winter and sprint; to pay exorbitant prices for those articles of household necessity whlcli went begging for buyers at low prices the .preceding fall he figures tho increased cost of living in comparison and grows restless and discontented. Uk resident of the city is the gainer by good roads just as much as tho tle:ri-nient Kackache 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 & & Our Name has been before the public for 30 years, most of the lime right on the spot where we are now located. 0 Our Aim conslantly has been to sell the best goods in our lines, at the most reasonable prices. Our services arc of the highest grade, our wares the best, and our equipment compares with the best of the larger cities. We endeavor constantly lo increase our usefulness. mi Br. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Fitts and after using them some three months I found a decided improvement in my kidneys, and I am glad to say that 1 hope soon to be fully restored to health." J. P. Allen', City Court, Glasgow, Ky. A.s long as pain is present in any part of the body rest is impossible and the system becoming weakened is exposed to any form of disease to which the sufferer may be inclined. Ex-Jud- & Our Claim HENRY WATTERSON Editor. m VDLT Dr. Miles' by Anti-Pai- n PiHs WK CAN 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. m steadying the irritated nerve centers, make refreshing sleep possible, thereby enabling the body to recover lest strength. As aremedy for pain of any description Dr. Pills arc unsurMiles' Anti-Pai- n passed. Sotd by all druQoUts under a guarantee assuring the return of the price of the flrrt box If no benefit results. MILES MEDICAL CO., Etkhart, Ir.d. l'TUNISII & The J. L. ROARK Estate OR1EN L. ROARK, Manager and i m; A & Si m FURNITURE tstalillslied 1379 Long Distance WEEKLY EALERS D IREC Telephones: TORS fir Store 11; Home 108 liiiisfissliOsi Ftniiwll trail.!.' i l:it a mmn'.mi of in,l nn .. t'llnk ot lnilfli it triii' iMTifv. (.Uiwrtti'im. nml yet ti:i u- they arv jrin,tiii nh ! n certain specific NrnvMukn.--- - -- Milling . 1. It was tin fn.i t'uii tir.t ..rr.Ttlv V.l Pr. Shoop jii u cftiitimi ..giwi i,w rV iHiMilnr Htuiitnrli Il-- tn .iy -- lr. ti.M.i'-- (ioinn rilrvet , ti th. t.!ii:icli i. . .il. tj.. l,r..i!Kht thu; ; Rii. fnvor 10 lr .j)i.h;v mul In l;. t.nttlr. With-oIhut nrUrliKil mu1 prim Ipl.-- . no rh trtiitin H,T-- , rtoln' Imll. I For MomaWi . Iilm.iiiij-- . liiliiMisiwsi. tad : brrath Jil !! low cimii'l' tlmi. trj Pr. Shoop'a or your1'TW' tsWill bilil-i- Ml V MillsH' forClIBflr- -UO. tUlU fullymmtii ivuiiiiu recommend both oXk yi-a- tor ss3-- S1 & &J t &l '&! I &i w t iO; & S)l tV); tr roi Xit IMIKLAND Wc can also give liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier-Journa- l. A The Greatest Rose Novelty ofthc Century TELEPHONE (incoktosatud) ilU. r. BLUE ROSE . & TELEGRAPH $x srrf Write Courier-Journa- l Com- Sc' ftr S pany. Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send your subscription order to this paper NOT to the Courier Journal. Dcscrlptlon ana Price List Tlio New Rose (Ylojct Blue) Hailed by the Rose Growers as the Forerunner o? the Corn- f joKcr glue Rose. Very Yl$or- ous and hardy. Free Blooming GrccnliotmcM JOHN E. RACKEBRANDT Princeton, Ky. -s p Lonnr distance linos nnri fnianhnnns ,11 i , rrn this Comnanv nn.ihln jwm i.wiu1jiiuoo Ulj. j lciiiv ailllUSL anywhere in Southorn Indiana, Southern, iiimuit,, iuntucKy, :cnness..o, Mississippi a.d Louisiana. Wo can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with tho people of this groat section of the country. We solicit your patronage. Rates reasonable. Equipments and facilities "HhlF.S E. CALDVVFLL, - 4 ' LFLAND HUME, 2Hr T, O. WES!, Restorative ooiitiiatoeeieoKiiKttte Deal at home as much as possible. Build up your s J Ride with The Greenville Transfer Go. They meet all trains, day and night, with Bus JUST RECEIVED Many Patterns of 1912 Wallpaper home town. This will I make you a better home market and enhance the value cf your property, and Baggage wagon. fanner." Micssuri and Good Roads. There are 125,000 miles of roads In Missouri. On 10 per cent of the mllc-nahowever, Is carried 00 per cent of While all the business trdusportc.l. roads need to be Improved, tho largest White Sewing Machines, in need Is of course upon the maiu traveled highways, ays the Motor Xewo. rotary and vibrator; needles, The cost of good rowl was estimated at the Clillllcothe convention different-)- shuttles, etc. in stock for all by different speakers. Largely It machines. ROARK'S STORE. was a question of materhd available In Urn various localities. From Boone county oajmi a report that gravel roads Get potted plants and cut flowers were under construction at $1,700 a alle. This was n .conservative esti- from Miss Lena Arnold. mate. After a dirt road had been put Ju well graded condition it could be Take your beef hides to J. E. ;ept Jn good condition, it was by the use of the drug at Coombs & Co. and get the cash. practically uorui)J espouse. It Is nat lo bo wondered ;if, iUprvfore, with Its ficjnand for a now constitution and for rTTOvES-Bc- i Mfchanic si I Dr. Fenner'sGough Honey the training of good engineers, that jhs coij vent Ion adopted u resolution 4 2 " ii. ro ollu iHcli, im fail- - tUliiwill ljr:i ir favoring loMihu toward a.ii'uri'. Taki. ii l,u,i..piisiM i. iviiK" Ktu'iim ulsni. Crniji.i!..i .DfH ti:rf. Jam- S he more geusraf t;mp!oym'nt ,of the Q 'Jt'iwumiKioii, AiiliiniMlnnit'liiiii.Ktnrili, it rnff. "The best rij'J material," Wliooptit i; P i',nij;li. i,r majrir. H v Tlio CAi iilcu by mail Wc. Fretluutu. K. Y. ?v.ns decided, "was mou n.fd pioney, rniM .n I'uli. Co. jf competent eTiglnefrfi..' cash taus and See the very latest thing in carpet The fiiMn board of agriculture Is iPlinf nerarliy planning to follow up the (MiUIicotho jc colour A '1 !' sweepers nt Roark's. Pli ik.i:im' convention with other conventions in t different towns. The jfood roads camf Jtrtre rurtrv Telephone No 5 and your laundry paign Jn Missouri is on in earnest, y demon-Htmte- o , yl.r i if LSlj"Jr. i n .... . .j r. n n ...... ... MV'nV URlBXWMxZlP Mi. V i : t - -i l E, Inilm-nK- 1: .1 .( Michipan'o Road Progress. State Ifighway Comujlssiioner ICarIa of Michigan rvports that durhig the seventeen months his (lepartmont ban miles of been In existence llfty-twidnne road have been built in Michigan, In addition to thirty-thrutiles of first class gravel road clay gravel road to make ninety and miles. The total valtto of all tho roads constructed was $10o,177. Xho stato baa paid for completed roads $01,820, and the value of the- roads pending Is $77,082, The widest pieco of road constructed Is the stone road from Lansing tp the Agricultural college. o u h - Amorlcanrh'jtsrnpSv V3aK3Wa,W V )i mer.t . i ' A'ill be called for and delivered. II"", i'.Mi Hmw AMP ' Very Serious a very serious matter to ack for ene medicine end have the wrorrj cr.o rjiven you. For this rcaoon W3 urj;3 you in biiying to fcc careful to tet the genuine 15 i3 Joe Morgan solicits that grocery order, and will show his appreciation by supplying the best goods at the very lowest prices. Quick dcliycry Hid courteous treatment. Typewriter tibbpns, legal blanks, loeument covers, carbon paper at ihis office. Telephone that grocery want to Joe Morgan and get the best goods it lowest pi ices. Miss Lena Arnold asks the patronage of the public, and guarantees that satisfactory work will be done in her clothes cleaning, pressing TH ED FORD'S Jdver Medicine. The reputation of this old, reliable medicine, fcr constipation, Indigestion and liver trouble, is firmly established. It docs not imitate other mediclnca. It is better than others, rr it would not be the favorite liver pevder, with a larger salo than all others combined. SOLD IN SOWN I Ncv Road Cement. EspcrlmontH la England have shown cement IM that the use of a mortar-I!k- e road bulldl'ig will rcudcr the highway more durable and almi7t dnstless. This BHggestB the addlog of a now phase to tho eternal covlllct between horsemen find motorists, says tho Mator News. of adamantine Tiile a tath-ic.surface wonld ha ideri for automo-iillistIt would be lnjmlous to horses. Tho ultimate hope of the motst-Jithereforc, socms to be the crowding o:i;t 0t tie ho:i3 by the wjotor vehicle. s r. Enables the operator to sec every word as written without raising The 20th century success. In use by L1. S. Government, 157 railroads and largest mercantile houses in m.:ny countries. Handsome booklet free. TTIC riTTUnP TVPT;V1TTBP m inTinO T nVn. Ir Chimin K S Hi iiiilfeiliKrffg gTy yaS yjjjjfcjj w j SnrrnrlBTW and repairing shop. s. 1 I COME grid SEE THEM Tliia aigimtuio fa on every box of tlic gonuioi Tablet Laxative Bromo-Quinin- e Xbe remedy that cur u cola is euu tuakes kidneys end hladdsv right Foley's Kidney Cure WALLFArLK hflM rillD, ui Kudm The J. " L. ROARK ESTATE