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It a The investment is o jjj mmtk GREENVILLE, K.Y., THURSDAY, NOVE3I13ER 23, 1911. Quito Literal. Look at this She (Indignantly) pioco of goods whlc'.i haa Just corns out cf tho wnshtub! Hew could tho man who sold It to mo toil mo tho colors wcro fast? Ho I supposo bocauso ho knew how they could run. THE RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED. 1M011011 is rich in coal, iron, timber, Muhlenberg Cotintv cr 7 potter's clav J in Ken-- ; etc, and the most inviting field tucky lor investments! capital and pluck. VOL. XIII. NO. 4 1. 50e. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE Route Announces New Schedule. DISCOURAGED IF YOU ARE AND WIFE IS WEAK AND AILING THERE'S HOPE AND KELP FOR YOU BOTH IN of Fares One Way and Reund Trip. The Munon Route announces that t will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago at $6 one To Bo This Year way, instead of J$S as formerly, and by way of making your business suc- S12 round trip, good 30 days return- cessful and your domestic life full of ng, instead of $16. Patrons arc of What Are Yon Going YOURffB- - pleasure, if you arc not supplied with telephone service f the Cumheiland Telephone & Telrgraph Companj? Kvcryone should have a telephone. Road After Doing Dragged One Year Helena, Ark. You are connected with all outside Tlie above road l..r ninny vcj.is was ItnpnssnMc a law I'nrt of important points in local connections years njto It wns urvlpd ns shown not cry well done, liowvr. tlie time. A few Th surface hns benn drngsed at short Intervals for n year. This lias Uept tlio mad rutiiparnttvrlv with all residences and business hous smooth. WWIo It cannot lie cnll.-- n Rood road, it Is n wood example of how a very es. For any information call man bad road may be made better with rrndlnc nnd dr.iKKlnir. This road Is In Arkansas. carry Just nouch weight fo It will ager, THE SPLIT LOG DRAG smooth tho surfacethe nnd fill the ruts, Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Co. without cIorsIuk drnj; with an acIncorporated. cumulation of mud before It. It should USE AND LIMITATIONS OF THU DEVICE IN CARING FOR ROAD3. Iron out nnd smooth tho road without disturbing more than surfneo projections. Its main use Is to fill the ruts nnd keep tho center of tho road to the proper crown so the water will readily And Its way Into the ditches. The attempt to have the farmers voluntarily drag tho road by their farms, or by have all the roads dragged, will never work out satisfactorily. Some will respond and do their duty, but the human hog must bo reckoned with the one who Is supremely selfish, and takes pleasure In overturning the good work of another sometimes just to be mean pure The writer was told of au Incuss-cdues- fered exceptionally good service by the Motion, which on night trains fiotn Louisville operates Compartment nnd Drawing room .Pullmans, as well as the usual straight sleeper. The day trains have Parlor and Din ing cars, and the very finest modern, Inquiries cheerfully new coaches. answered by 1$. H. RaconjjD. P. A , Louisville. Kv. Save your home by haying your do JHIKMl ELECTRIC brand BITTERS They build up the they strengthen the weak; they Invigorate tired and worn-opeople. They're unequalled for dyspepsia and indigestion, constipation and malaria, biliousness and jaundice. They're a blessing to women who suffer from backache, headache, fainting or dizzy spells and a boon to all sufferers from kidney troubles. TRY THEM. run-dow- n; ut Hues repaired, liaiklcy Bros, this work in best manner. USE Dragging FOR CONVICT Always LABOR Be Furniture, Moldings, Wall Paper We carry on our floors and in our ware- rooms the largest variety of Furnitur? in Muhlenberg. If we do not have what you want, we will get it for you. We have factory connections with makers of the finest goods in the country, and through "Our Special Order Department" can supply any exclusive articles at less prices than city stores or mail order houses. Our Picture and Room lIoIding-3tock- s are always complete. Wallpaper is no? a staple article of merchandise, being used all the year 'round. And wc always have full selections, prices 5 cents and up per roll. J. H. HAYES Painter and Interior : PRICE 50c AND SI. 00 PER BOTTLE SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY AH DR. J. W. Druggists. Should Done Just After a Rain Good Road Is One That Is Good and Usable 365 Days In Year. By HOWARD H. GROSS. Is no road Implement thatwlll Decorator. : BARLOW, t There do moro to make had roads better than the split log drag;, nnd none, that Is so inexpensive. A hnndy,inan can usunlly get up one at a cost of $3 or $1. Better ones can be bought of road machinery companies for SS to $15. Thero Is no patent on it. so thero 13 cident that Illustrated this .A coarse perverse-ness- . Uuue at reasonable CrowuiiuJ fix prices. up stairs, lu the Joueb Building. Otllcc Greenville, Ky. DENTIST. Dridge Work T. grained middle aged man was henrd to say: "T'other day I was coining back from town and I seen old mnn Jones out with n road drag In the rain you'd n thought he owned tho road. Kay, you ought to that road when me and Jake druv over it. DR. Ofliee Maiu-uroH- s CAM . j rttreol ueur Mauielieel. J. SLATON, ilk (f) iRiDdES & Shannon (o iXs mid j rcon 16 DEPOY, KENTUCKY m Wc announce to our lic that our stocks of ments arc larger and ever in our history. line of -: HOWARD. WAllE II. GRAY. HOWARD & GRAY, BufMfiift? r. tatgraliiug ESTOur Engraving Machine is the only one in this part of Kentucky, and v.e are exclusively prepared to supply individual N.xme PUtes, which we furnish on all outfits without extra cost. A Liiilo Gocd Paiiii Timo Saves $ $ $ in Office LAWYERS. In trade and the pubgoods in all departbelter selected than Wc carry a varied -: Grrrn Building, opposite tnflcadr Holrl. Undertaking and Embalming. Coffins In White Enamel and Stained Varnish finish; Caskets in White Enamel. Natural Woods, White, Colored and Black Cloth Covered; and Copper When yourli!iildV;;jn-',- cl pnintinir.ver7clf.y' dslay cosii you rsoncy. 1 he tun, rata, aow to o?c frttioc in U. tr wois. Lnnlkrcu cur.h to - it ilcwj: fo: jtWI. It CKts to twe n,om out it. Wcjuc nothing ORS. HELTSLEY & IIEITSLEY ax 0S1E0PA11UC mysiciAKS Office dt Home, Eist Maincrcss Street. . GENERAL MERCHANDISE ,and can .supply jnost of thawants of 4he people." In' 'Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hals, Etc., we offer hrge selections. In Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Farm Implements an.l such goods our stocks arc especially strong. In all departments prices will be found the lowest, and your visits will be highly appreciated. :::- . ls f.w t'wri lul gooxp-.a- t j w"S m ' vcrL ot " Pare lined airtight Caskets; all lengths, and WHITE LEAD b regular, extra and double extra widths. -: vi Pure Linrscc O;!, Pifet Turffntino Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes constant ctiA the most cxpunsh - eolers iti ly in stock, for immediate delivery. Yj Th Tclnd of paint we ujc never crndu o: Burial Robes, Wrappers, Suits, Dresses, ales only years cf vcar will remove iu and Chicago Louisville Slippers, etc., in large variety. b Let w figure wfcli you when ready to point -: -: Our two licensed Embalmers respond at 15 EST LINK TO iti and durabls job pprs.n!cc a once to calls for such services. rices rawcnabfe. Don't put H oil. Our general equipment is complete and California and the Road Before Dragging at Columbia, Mo. of highest grade. Vast Northwest We have a Funeral Car in service, sub Telephone No. 254. This Illustration shows a neuly made macadam road Bolns through the rutting period. This road rippnre.ntly was not thoroughly rolled when built. Another Illus- ject to call anywhere. tration shows the same road with the surfneo Ironed out with a road draff. This Is Tele GTTwo Private New stock sewins machine needles Two trains daily n pood cxompl of the value of the road drag on a macadam roadway. This road Is We have just added an Undertaking Department to our iti Ai at Columbia, ilo. phones, Store 72; Residence 108. at Roark's for all machines. French Lick and West Cadcn Springs. business, and will carry a comprehensive line of Coffins, Cas-- q Residence 150 yards from store. no reason why they should net come You wouldn't s'poscd It had over 6een Prompt service any hour day or night. kets, Robes, Suits, Wrappers and Dresses. Also have a Hearse Into general use. a drag. Jones was hot when he seen UNION STATION, The problem of supplying prisoners us coming. The J. L. ROARK ESTATE. A in service, on call anywhere. Orders ih this line given prompt Ho tore around like a with work that shall not compete unLOUIS VILLIS. crazy man. We wouldn't row with an ORIEN L. ROARK. Marnier. (ft and careful attention any hour day or night. fairly with free labor 13 not yet solved. old man, so we give him DEAItUOHX STATION, the ha! ha! Here, however, Is an article that can and went on." Hi CniCAUO. Tntnnhnnnr, ViXht Un nm Un Cinrn kin I 1 18 THE 9.R EAT EST readily made to ndvantage In the be nu. i. nu. ic ui nu. It Is no use to drag a road and then mepiiuiiey penitentiary nnd It would be well to cut It up again. Let all such work THEATRICAL SHOW PAPER have a few thousand turned out. as dragging be done and paid for Dinin? and Parlor Cars. The writer desires in the outset to make it a heavy fino for any oneand & SHANNON CO. IN THE WORLD. to correct a misconception ,w.that seems drive over a dragged road until it Is Palace Drawing Room Sleepers. $4.00 Per Year. Single Copy, 10 Ctfc quite general, and that is, that tho dry enough so DEPOY, KENTUCKY it will not cut up. 11 1SSDEU WEEKLY E. H. BACON, D. P. A., split log drag is a solution of the good Gravel roads while- new and comto take) CardoL for vour femalo it mis problem. It Is nothing of tbo pacting under the traffic show deep N. W. Cor. 4th and Market Sts. troubles, because ve aro sure it LOUISVILLE. KY. FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (l4 ruts along tho wheel track and less kind. It has Its uses and Its limitawill help vou. Remember lhat ITHLISHEKS, iXBKIVr J. BORIS, Unfortunately, tho man who ones made by the feet of tho horses. 3 tions. Majubm. i? W. ism Sr Nnw Yokx this great female remedy 'made it, ami for which the country Is When in this condition one or two under obligations, overshoots the mark round trips with the drag will fill the 60 YEARS' In his slogan: "Good Roads Without ruts anil reform tho surface ami in doEXPERIENCE Money." The drag Is doing good work ing so will move very little material. It Is a pity the Inventor 13 not satis- Tho forward movement of tho drag fied to put It and leave it where it should he at an angloo that when .belongs. the material Is pushed forward It is has brought relief to thousands of The drag is not only useful for earth also carried to the conter of the road. ;i r.ner sck women, so vny not xq HIDESandRUR roads, but serves an excellent purposo The office of public roads will furyoi ? For headache, backache, I hade. mrr In keeping gravel roads in condition, nish bulletins upon the use of tin1 Designs periodical pains, female vcak- BcagPtlg. road drag freo upon application. Road ' and it may be used at times on macadCopyrights siess, many havo said it is tho 'i we eta de Anrnna ncnillncr n nkeleh mid description ma am roads to advantage. officials and others would do well to Happy the crl, or woman, who has never suffered from fjttlcUIr oarcrtulii our opinion freo wlrvtlicr an 1 best medicine to take." Try U Ibtlttr fr tm this auts w ceaa!ti Backtab. Dragging rfcould always bo dono in send for them. liiTcnllon Is iinilinblr pnloiilniilo. t'oniniunlcn. 1. W nt tiimntrlctlyrt)tiiiaoiiili.l. HANDtiOOK onl'aicnta s ntKTCBce: but bibk in nt ir.i any of the. diseases of womanhood! Or, if she has been a or Just following a rain. The surfaco A good road is one that is good and ... .n . r. ' . TJ7.!. f ontit freo Oldest nircnrr f(irtccutini;iiloiit5. Sold in This City I'nloii' taken tiiroimli JI;imii A. Co. receive tould be quite wet. The drag should usable 3G5 days In tho year; a road sufferer, happy is she if she has learned cf the wonderful rpecltil' in, wlllioutclinrco, luliio CARTEL Strictly Telorl'oe ,. "7. 'Of mm Keute r.; ''V. J f:r:;-cla- Undertaking Department 0 V, i- b Long-Distan- 0 NEW YORK ft ft CLIPPER Sample Copy Free. lllllllrf s2ftlllBr m, niiu, ii x ft ! We Ask You I The BRIDGES WOOL 1 " WE BUY tc 1 UNION LAWN FENCE hnndinmcly HIiiKlrnled wo.ehlr. Irfnrct c(r. rnlutliui of nnr ncioi'iill" j ninml. Term, ?3 a jro.ir: tour months, 1. tiolJ by ull norfdeler, A u M.SABEL&SONS uli ih 4 tkjjr. mUNN & Co.3G'B'oad New York llranch Onto M V SU VasnlOjton.' l. C. 6LGBB IuqSIES AN9 HARNESS benefits o? Cardui, li:c woman's tonic! OtrduJ la a genlie, tonic remedy, for women's ailments. H is ft natural medicine safe, harmless, purely vegetable. U lifts been in successful use for more than 50 years. It hns cured thousands. It should do the same for you. More than nine out of even1 ten cases of rheumatism are simply rheumatism, of the muscles, due to com or damp, In or chronic rheumatism. such cases no internal treat ment is required. I he free application of The Wonian'sTonic NO. 870 our I'actary Vr'critlpftl' vehicle DJrvct , 0. 1). toCii!t!uniir Mttijixt to csjr.iiur.:.uii njHrovnl(sU5oil.isli co trial- It tsof tlisjTrpattsi Result of 30 Minute' Uss of Drag at Columbia, r..c. Macadnm road not consolidated being put In shape with a nad eras. Xor '.: . drag has filled tlio ruts nnd moved the looso material towards the enter cf tho The dras soes forward at an angle for thlp purpose. Tho rond dr.15 hould b upon or macadam roads only when the road la wot and witn It Is d used airitble to fill up ruts. ChamberSain's Liniment Costa vnty Httlo, Drove? very eat!. fnutory for lawns, tfoor vnnls. irnt'- (loim. Wo Binka fanclnz for litwim. ilour ynrds. Hold, hos lUid voultry tvrito rur No ' ITo' t Is sjwirct t raU CuKluinrr. eachshljmetitMi It cxcclki t vnluc iuiua!tty of material, vnrkntIiip, fi"lMi c d fylc cf vehicle that It will be n Ixffui Ailvcrt&cmrnt anil lrluRUi many orders in return. If vcilr. you, liv rcUiiiayuu nu iot:cstly jnpdc Imspy nrd u will nta price Iconic M;il!cnir-uVroU. O'-r- recoiur.ietiil our pof)d- - to ymr nv SotlsfltV Mrs. Mary Ncely, of Denver, Tenn., says, "I think there is no tonic on earth, as good as Cardui. I used it with the very best results. 1 had backache and nearly everything a woman could suffer with, until I took Cardui. Now, I feel belter than I have for two years. I shall always recommend Cardui to oilier suffering women. I can't praise it too highly. As a medicine for weak, tired, worn-owomen, Cardui is safe and reliable. Try it, today. 1 ut Write to: Ladies' Advisory VZtiat instructions, and Dept., Chatlanooca Medietas Co.. CInttanooca. Te book, "Home Treatment lor Women," sent free.. DeKalb, IU. UNION FENCE CO., Kansas City, Ms. is all that is needed and it is cer tain to irive quick relief. Give it for yourself how a trial and quickly it relieves the pain and aoreness. Price 25c; large size, 50c. s-- as it would le ton denier, if f'.ixxlsnre not ns represented your inoacy i.srctiirnctl to you. You nke itoriyk. Wo mauiifnrturo lumcst Vrlilclcs nnd Unrnrr. invcour cusionun. inuiio), till urdern. i'rouu't j. Write for our Tree Hutiily nu,l Harness Cala'cjluc t?L0BE BUGGY fit HARNESS COMPANY 0WENSB0R0, KENTUCKY (luar;jii(cpis5iKspli5ielv aspoul toourcptoutcjo Subscribe for The Record Only 50c sac Ifi, the mmm, I - . ? , iitkpemleiit ruuLiHiiKD TiuiitfnATh iir RECORD PRESS, OVBN ltlCE. OllICN I.. ItOAUK. We have n fine collection of books. Come in and look them over and make use of the excellent opportunity to read them. They are for the free use of the public, for men, women and children. INTERESTING EVENTS IN ! CHICAGO NINETEENTH NATIONAL PivaltU'nt. serrtnr No. 72. vjRIKX Long-Distan- L. Iv'OAKK, ISDITOK. Telephone. CENTS Otllce Iti now !ininT ronr of atoro. ground floor. "50 1.- PER YEAR. IN ADVANCE. TEIJMS. iiml when the llilH' hnft-- i IHI'Ti to whlcii It tt pulrt, the imper will bp atopped if th.iuk. obituary hoIIppm. oto.. If not Onrtl llnef. will bo published fivo. A Uiimi of 5c. por Uiip will bo ninuV for hucchm1. Ing Hues. No rnrlatlou of thin rjile to auyonJ. Free sample poplen will be limited. Advertisement will be Inserted. A rHSeeard will b furnNlied on 1- ThrNUliNorlpUoii i pri.f or ' pharf tn jnlttruu-c- AildresrtaUemnmuMlcntloiif and muk" nil re HKCOIIK I'ltl pnynb t ;r...tii-Ulr- . Hr. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1911. reet. Rjtcrcd at the Greenville. Kj .. postotllee BecnmbclnttH k mntltir. Yis that have choice hothouse flowers to send to Henry Clay Heat-ti- e Jr., prepare to send them now. Woodkn pillows are used in Japan. pillow fight in a Japanese board ing school means something. A news .comes from Thousands of peach-tree- s Georgia. in that state, ciuelly deceived by the summcrlikc weather of the last month or two, have burst into Disquieting On lust Kiiday night the V. M C. A. Basket ball team played its fust game of the season, and came oft victorious. It wa-- an excellent game and showed fine training n both sides. Technically speaking it was considered the best game ever played on this court. It was n -Ucr lir.l rnntrlnl j, nmr ....... v. .. . - - from the beginning to the fnd. l"hc line up wns ns follows: R. V. Panncll l'alor I.. 1. Uarnes Kirkpatiick Vils n Sumner K. (i. Rogers Smith I., (f. Gardni r I'uncur 'I he fit ul score was 41 to 18 in favor of ihc Greenville b.i)s. I'.m-nethrew 6 field goals, Kirkpatrick 0, Sumner 3 and Smith 3. l'annell foul goals and Sumner i. threw For the l.eavcr Dam boys, Taylor threw all the coals they secured, He got 7 field goals and 4 foul goals. The next game on this court will be on Friday night Dec. 1st. at 8 o'clock, when the Central City team will come over and try th boys, Tickets will be on sale at Y. M. C. A. office on Monday, Nov. 27. U-,, ll RRIGAT GONGRE DECEMBER 5 ON 9 TO The object and purpose of this Congress can best be expressed in its motto, "Save the forests, store lhf fl.irwln nf l.iifti lhi One George Potato, young trying streets. pears, As you a St. Louis man, has been anested for to Ilijt with women on the The irusguided man, it apthought he was a masher were about to observe. a few weeks Mr. Hrjan's Commoner probably will say something of a double leaded nature concern- in ' the fact that a silver trowel was In used by the president of the United States in laying the cornerstone of a Hamilton club building in Chicago. CiUtiF Moorp.. of the United States Weather Bureau, holds that if an aviator would rise to a height of six miles, and could mantain that elevation for two das, he would find himself across the Atlantic. More certain still, across the Styx. has concluded that if it be a ques tire OJM men. V. II. DeWitt was born in 181:: and LIYE STOCK. EXPOSITION lion whether the Sherman law or the indicted beef packers shall be tried reared in Jjihleubery a eount.v. lie DECEMBER 2 to 9 married pidUnh )r?dT' daughter. of it shall be the latter. The packers . M, and IWjKdjeth Ilauf-'P"Drfdie. anil country This still have a possiblily of convincing A. M. DraUo was a smi iff Muses? famous show wijl be held in the Inter the Supreme Court that it is the law Drake, a proneer settler of the oonnty, national Amphitheatre and twenty er, Tobacco rnoncy is helping busi which is on trial, but cs that Court To W. II. and Delilah Drake DeWitt were born and roared three sons, Clyde, adjoining buildings at the Unitin ncss vastly. There are some people, partic has recently been applying the law AUieand t'laire, two daughters, Lilly Stock Yards, Chicago, and a display ularly Loys, who do not know, to the Oil and Tobacco Trugts, it and belia. Four of this family now 0f manv thousands of the finest Christmas goods will 'soon be on evidently, that there is a new ordi may be presumed to regard the law Klirvive. v. ceding cattle, horses sheep and displa. and the showing hcrc prom-- e nance against unnecessary noise. on a farm as valid. 11 a 8raml contest of ,3es to be large, as our merchants They should have their attention came with his family to swine makcs and in ISIM Greenville and beeame a good and pro- - cnampions. aiaugntcr icsis, have planned to make a strong bid called to it, and then, if necessary, The recent report of the com grcsMve uitizcti; prompted by ciiepsii- - ing Mouse cxnioiis, onegiaiu aim fof lhg nojjtjay lrade. Shoppers more vigorous measures should be missioncr of patents ehouc that du ,pg nopos ne tieroioa an ot . nnur- - i.armcrs- btock judging Contests, employed. becinninc t0 make inuuncs ring the past fiscal year there were National lireetiers ana btocKmen s more than 74,000 applications filed gage(pentsf,n- tllP.nfortoftheonee Mec.. SaIeSj Dal, 1ubHc , i" .. uiiinu" for uatents. This was the heaviest uuuuii (iuiui,) . nm riliiani iivcuing iueriajimn:.. rated, seattered and goue. His HiU in the history of the department, wife died in 1SU3. Best reached by last ana enicient lie again married half of them were Mrs. Mary Wilkinson who survives but as less than train service of the granted, this fell a little short of the nun. . We have known W. 11. I)eYittsinee record, in patents granted, flic re port does not state what percentage his earjy years and always found him agreeable, irpnerous and obliging; RAILROAD of patents granted were practical to he although he was activeaud Industrious inventor, but the um and devoted much attention to busi- and paid the Tickets, reservations train time, Lcr'is very low, relatively. He engagements, yet he loved and en- - anfj specific fares from your station joyed lifp and sgpmed to Xfcay lis inisr qjay be had of your locaj ticket agpnf. fortunes and trials, ytl foptitndp and 1 Y. M. C. A. NOTES. A. Q. J I. Uhwkk, We haye iyed neighbor t calmness, Memphis, Tenn. Tho bible Jesses still continue to him for several years and inm often crow. We now have 46 enrolled seen him cheerfully driving' lite an uetlve part in HlO I On last Sunday theJ 'Mors raptured afield and taking SEVEN JAIL BIRDS busy, bustling scenes of life. Two both in total and pro the first place Ago he was elected police .ludge 1-2 99 The itipu of (ircenville, which olliec he filled to portional attendance. Flight Monday Make a Successful class has changed its hour of meetwtl.fiustion of the people. W. II. H $3 99 I .. . C Night, After Sawing Tlieir ing irom weonesuay to .aunuay "u DeWitt was devoted christian and a afternoon at 3 o'clock. If ou are member of the Method Ut oiiiurb; by 9 99 Cells and a Window. death Urecnville ban lost an honor- not already a member of this class his honest and enterprising citizen able, 1 99 9f come next Sunday and join it. The uud ho will be missed, not only by his night A Some time during Monday . best way it can be expressed is "Its family, but by nl those with whom he 99 $9 there was a general house cleaning Great!" Visitors are welcome at wan associated. The funeral ml burial of W. 11. Do. at the county jail, and next morning any or all these bible classes. The 99 99 class and men's class Witt was unusual as well us sad, Mrs. jallcr york found Qniy onc gueijt n young men's sister-in-lawhose .lulia Tunslill, a Every one a regular 10 cent article, but will meet at 3 o'clock and the boy's husband was buried here some three prison, seven , having sawn the . intc- n, , , ea- sell them as long as they last, Saturday only for class meets at 4 o'clock every Sun- ve.u-- ao. died a few hours previous rlor into sectlon anu maac meir re - cape. Alex bampies, coioreo, day. The contest standing is. as to Mr. DeWitt in another county, leavfollows: Intermediates, 90 points; ing three orphan children. She was mained, but he is n sufferer from buried. The two paraiys,5j anJ cannot walk to do Juniors, 80 points; Seniors, 40 brought here and ... nnri!ll,s rnnlri bodies were conveyed to the cemetery jloints. The boys departments of ,'f.t the dnc time by the Underthaker 'the Y. M. C. A. throughout the m piiteed by gyayps near each other, not undertake to carry him, as they state have a bible class contest dur ivbij" the funeral rype& ',ypre cou" were intending to maKe some speeu stjopd by an1 wines&ed jc:qrd.. This they have evidently lacf the season and the winner gets a duet4d. We given by the state commit something that we ppver bul befpfe. SHCCce(ed in fjajng, a np trace has jpennant We stood ami looked upon the ciudfej thp q aRy Qf KENTUCKY Greenville stands third in this ; well-know- Judof. Kohi.sa.t of Chicago, make homes on the land," to which might be added "drain the swamp am mai;C homes on the land!" I'here are in the United Stites 75,000 000 acres ot swamp lami, non proriu :tive, a menace to health, and a deterrent to immigration into 40 75,000.000 acre farms means homes for 1,875, or approximately 000 families, 10,000,000 of our citizenship, Thls ami whCn reclaimed will be as healthful as land that has always been dry, and will be the most pro- ductive of all lands, because it is composed of the rich soil brought down bv the rivers, desposited and mixed with the decayed vegetation of penturics. On account of the devcrsified ownership and state complications Death lias Conic Again, Another home has again been rob- - it would seem that the United States bod of n member. Another good eitj- - m overmeni is logically me aumoni) en. father uusU:tiil and friend nas to redeem lliesc lanus aiong inclines (v:tol from the activities of life. ,v,rs,,eti i ii,c reclamation of the Jmljre W II. DeWitt reathed out h'.s arid lands of the West. lifetiarly last Smw ay moiuing ami The results of irrigation of the w.is lini'iiiil Momlav nfttsrnoon. anil is est, and mp now numbered with the duad. haying Kind lands ot tne been consigned to the forgetfuluess of possibilities! of the drainage of tho the silent city of time, never again to swainp lanils of the Great South, and be seen rr heard upon the streets of cl3ewherc, will be given the par- . . tircenvillo where he- for twenty one . . years has spent an active : ml useful uwiai auumuii m nitmuuiun. life devoted for the betterment of bis gram that has been planned for this congress. Delegates irom all parts family, town and county. V. 11. Do Witt was a son of Hew A. C. of the country, as well as foreign and .Julia .MarUhain DeWitt, natives of rpmesentatives. have been invited. . Virginia, l.ev. a. v. Hewitt was norn and a good attendance is expected in lMili. died I.S'.; Ins wife, .luba Mark- mm. was born in 1811 and died in IStJi UND SHOW, NOV. 18 tO DEC. 9 'hev came to ICentuckv in the carlv An ocular demonstration qf the S30h ami located in the eastern nart of tJjr sttate and Inter ennic- to Muhlcn- - agricultural and horticultural dp berg county and settled on the waters vclopmcnt of lands throughout the of unity creeu irt wjp spniuern pap Rt ITn;,pf4 c,-,- -An nttendaucc of the county. 'Jo them were born and hVCr 48. 09 predicted this year. reared live sons. Hc:,eklah. Fletcher. William li. Liin it. Albei t if. ami foui He sure and visit tne Illinois .cnira.i. daughters, vCnthrine, Martha, ,fu)iv Jvxhjbit of products grown In the and Knnine; of this family M?rcu sojj lwo ffnnt southern of states suryiyo, Fletcher, ban and Albert who Louisiana aml Mississippi acres-divided 1 - dfSfrt. ' JmrlJrown, accused of breaking into a railroad car. Will Ennis, colored, attempted robbery charge. Jtm Rutlcdge, colored, charged with horse stealing. Charlie Smith, colored, accused ot having burglar tools on person. Willis Allen and Totnmie Crahan, charged with car breaking. Openings were cut in the three cells, admitting to the outside space used in day time, and the window was sawn sufficiently for the men to ppss through. The iron work of the jail is of soft wrought construction, and is easily sawn. The jail is inadequate and unstated to the nccissary rcciuirmcnts, and the fis cal court has a ppointed a committee to solicit plans for a modern build ing and up to date hardened steel cages. Such a building should provided, having all features of sanita ion and safely, and it is likely that action insuring this will be taken by the court. There have been scores of men who escaped from the present jail during the past quarter of a century, and this should all be stopped. - Harry Lauder, the celebrated Scotch comedian, is in Louisville today, and many persons from all over the state are drawn to the me- ropolis especially to hear him. The m W.D.B LACKWELL rtality rate has jumped to I BRO. toit writes ill kinds of farm and Vifir U UK IV. ylllV nrnnnrtir a high point this month, and there have been a great number of deaths from all sorts of ailments, and an especially large number from acci dents in the mines. Rev. Tandy, of Cairo l:on, Ky , occupied the pulpit at the Baptist church morning and evening Sun- lay, and made a very favorable im pression on the two large audiences which greeted him. He came at he call of the church officials, and t was thought by the members that a call would be made at a church meeting to be held last night, and that Rev. Tandy would accept the pastorate of the hurch. c General Insurance We represent tlie Home ance Insur N. Y . . (0. of 3fe Poohd Tobacco Sold. Union Thanksgiving services will be held in the Baptist church next Thursday at n o'clock a. m., Rev Harbec delivering the sermon. Ev eryone is invited to attend this ser vice, and special music and deco rations are being planned. " To My Soul," a poem from the j,en 0f a Muhlenberg writer, appears in this issue, and is a production of such merit that it should be read by all. ... iy 1 Rev. H. K. Smith, of Hopkins- ville delivered an address here at the lost uunch ot small Keys, on Methodist iThnrch last Sundav morn rinc, at depot, Nov. 18. Reward ing lhal was listened to by a large for return to this office. aU(lience. It was a discussion ot Plasterers and interior decorators prohibition, and was a very able are at work on Mr. V. (i. Duncan's Mr, t,rcsentation of the matter. Smith is .1 representative of the bungalow on Cherry street, and this nti saloon League of Kentucky handsome home will be ready for It is and has done very clfective work in occupancy in a few weeks. one ot the most attractive houses in all of the state. deal was closed Monday, Nov. oth. with the Hodge Tobacco Co., of Henderson, Ky., for all the pooled tobacco of Muhlenberg county and Greenville district. J'hc pool houses at Greenville and South Carrollton will open and de livery begin on the first Monday in December. Growers arc requested and advised to be careful in classing their tobacco as to length and color, and to keep the leat free from lugs and the lugs free from trash, as it will grade better to the farmer. Also tie in small, neat hands. Pool ers are requested to meet at their places of delivery on opening day at 10 o'clock a. m. to elect graders. Respectfully, J. 1'. Doss? Chmn. A FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY GIVE :- -: BONDS WANT INSURANCE. IS A CALL WHEN YOU BLACKWELL BROS GREENVILLE, KY. FURS AND HIDES HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Commission. Writ (or price- list mentioning this ad. wrmsM JOHN WHITE & CO, louisv!lleky. PWiiei you want sections - The Passion Way will be shown is very pleasing. at the Alice Theater in the nea Watch for the date. r the city, and its novel construction The Alice Theater opened last future. Thursday night. The pictures were It has pgaitr been demonstrator the bgst wc have had here, and everyone was well pleased. The that ve.neefr,a" new. j ill, . .,x- changes each night have been good, Mr. John M alone is serving as and the attraction is drawing nightwatchman, beginning work on splendidly. the 15th. He is employed by the Several carloads of stone could b? business people, and is covering the used on the streets to good advan town throughly in the section axl lage, so that the highways would joining the square. withstand the rigors of winter weath TLhc IRecovb QJL 1 MANUFACTURING HARCOURTOlouisville. ENGRAVERS Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality. A Clean Man Outside cleanliness Is less than hall tho battle. A raan raay scrub himself a dozen times a day, and still be unclean. Good httddi 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 sad think clean, clear, healthy thoughts. He. will never be troubled with liver, lung, stomach or blood disorders. Dyspepsia and indigestion originate in unclean stomachs. Blood diseases are found where there is unclean blood. Consumption and bronchitis mean unclean lungs. tLwZtlZt - 1 Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery prevents these diseases. It makes a nan's iaaides clean. and healthy. It cleans the digestive organs, makes pure clean blood, and clean, healthy flesh. habit-formin- g J "f5",w" SATURDAY BARGAINS AT It restores tone to the nervous system, and cures nervous; exhaustion and prostration. It contains no alcohol or drugs. Constipation is the most unclean uncleanliness. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pdl lets cure it. They never gripe. Easy to take as candy. ILUNUIS uhNlnHL lAi a APiivnil BRIZENDINE'S f. GRAY ENAMELED WARE tt-'- Deeo Drinkinq Cup quart Pudding Pan Mixing Bowl oO&p SJlSll for 5 cents 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 .... Lj. 1 11 PM is "n"m cA.n, 11 335X1110 oDOOn IL inCllCS quart Milk Pan "nrU Jp. Dlfp 5 1 The Cents Tilt fIRSI NATIONAL BANK bright white light like sunshine twice as much as the ordinary electric incandescent lamp that uses the same amount of current. Edison Mazda Lamp is rightly called the Sun's Only Rival. It gives new a tee.. GREPVIILE, Every boy should come contest. out and help get this pennant for Greenville. The Association is indebted to ,lMr. Mjller Weir for two enlarged pictures which now adorn the walla of the social room and call to mem orv hatiov davs of lone aco. Come jn and see them. The public, Traveling Library vhich has been placed in the Y. M. A. is being used uite generally. 2 their ehildrenaud frlendHKtood with sorrowful hearts taking their laHt and every cftort will be made to Officers nnd lingering look upon those that bring them back tor trial. they loved, upon those that, had heen havo jUOOf that a bundlo of uaws lonjf ti.e.r nest rnendsin .n. mm f, in (0 the I)ris0ncrs, and ' fr lln.Ki luif nnu in lilt liiiiilmt LMr from rirf.fin time. The Ihcy have certain parties under sur- friends that had gathered sung softly veillance, with hopeB that sufficient and sweetly a song of eoiiKoliug scnti- - evidence may be secured to warrant ment, the preaeher gave a short talk arrests. Following is a list of those and offered a prayer; this was all they . escaDe(j. I I around Psoners were charged with felonies, A, Wiekliffe, W, G. Duncan, G E, DIRECTORS Martin, R. T. Martin, E. J. Puryear, C. M, Martin, Jno, s T, Reynolds, Jr. ' New Edison Mazda Lamps, in all sizes, are strong enough for all practical uses, when, giver ordinary car in e us tell you how handling, theaQ lamps make it possible for everyone to afford electric The standing and responsibility of the men who constitute our Board of Directors are a guarantee of careful, judicious management, JL Greenville Light & Water (o. Leep Tesse Roark' chared .with in Ihesilcnce of death during the cious striking and wounding. Boxdo. ears of time. -- raah-- V t" vf :' J J- HlinBSIHiHHHHHIBIiHiHHIHK IdllcznonzDilczDl TO MY SOUL I BAKING POWDE Absolutely Pwrd Makes Home Baking Easy No other aid to the housewife is so great, no other agent so useful and certain in making delicious, wholesome foods OhI Soul of mine, why art thou crushed and sad? Why art thou struggling ever to be free? Why art thou ever sorry, ever mad Mad with the clay which now envelopes thee; And holds thee in a world where all around There's naught but mystery deep and profound? Didst thou from lands unknown to mortals stray? And having strayed beyond the spirit's sphere Into the realms where sours arc set in clay, Wert thou imprisoned by some power near? And must thou sleeping in this form, remain Till Death bids thee thy other haunts regain? OhI Soul of mine, hast thou since ages past, Since time began a struggling prisoner been; And as thy bonds swift grew, too frail to last, By wasting passions, sickness, woe and sin, Wert thou transmuted into forms anew Whenever Death thy old ones wouldst pursue? Or art thou and this form so nearly one That when it moldering back to dust shall lie. Its voyage on life's mystic river done, That thou insep'rable still shalt with it die? Or wilt thou soar to heights before unknown For Death, thy temple leaving all alone? OhI Soul of mine. I know not why thy woe, I know not if thy birth into this shrine Is but a sleep, from which thou soon' wilt go To that mysterious spirit land of thine; If thou hast lived and wilt yet live alway. Or if thou with this temple wilt decay. I only know that in the rift of years There comes at times, like some forgotten dream, Fond clinging memories ghosts of doubts and fears, Which were in lands beyond this sullen stream, And that a Presence whispers from afar Of realms, the gates of which Death will unbar. ORDER BY NAIL Lci'y's Special Suits for Men CLOTHES FROM US AND SAVE MONEY. Levy's Special Boys' Suits with 2 pairs of Pants Wc Handle None But the Best. Our stocltn nro co larjro that you havo ovory stylo and pattern, and bIzo, and ohapo from which to oolcct: and wo xnalco buying BY MAIL, Just as oauy and satisfactory as you can do It in the store. Wo havo optcial things that you can sob NOWHERE ELSE, such as : at and nil tho Loading- Lines of - HI CAAIvOG FREE. SAMPLES WE ALSO SEND W e issuo Members FURNISHINGS, HATS AND SHOES. a lartro illustrated catalog, whick we send free on request. FREE. The only Baking Powder made from Mention this paper and vrito us fully for anything you want in our lino, and you'll pot a prompt and satisfactory anBVor. And ir anytnintr you uuy nere is not exactly what you want it may be returned and your BIONEX will bo immediately REFUNDED. Retail Merchants Assocfelioa. Railroad Fares Reloaded at Certain Tines. Royal Grape Cream of Tartar No Lime A House Established The Bright Spot. 50 Years Ago. The Largest In Its Line. Third and Market. Phosphates LEVY'S L0UISYIILE, KY. (. R. R. LOCAL TIME CARD. Read the ad. of the free show at the court house. Good morning! Are you ready for ThanksQivinc bv nrcoarinu to help some one else? Sonic Day He'll Fly. NOUTII HOUND. NO. 122 11.25 1.51 l.tW 7.15 Louisville Kiirf.i KttClucliiimtl I2xtvtH im jiin 101 Louisville Limit Honey in the comb at Howard's. 130 Central City neeoininodiitloH im Very fine. surTit nousii. no. 5.15 am 135 r.Klnciih and Cain) nrt'oin 12.40 pm 121 Fulton accoininiHlntlon Tobacco deliveries began last 3.10 jun 101 New Orlenti Hjiorlnl 103 N. O. Hpee. (Louisville ikiimi. only) 1.20 am week, and the movement has been W.G. CnAwronu, At. JuiieS, 1011. am quite lively at all the factories. The Woman's Auxiliary is plan Mr. B. C. Drake, of near Weir, Prices are high, and farmers arc in nmg for the largest bazaar ever held has purchased property here and good mood this season. It is earnestly hop will move with his family to the in Greenville. ed that all the ladies of the town county seat. There are few more Fresh, smoked and salted meats will contribute something to be sold progressive ritizens in Muhlenberg of all kinds at T. K. Coombs & Go's Next Thursday is the day of at the bazaar. Already a great ma- than Mr. Drake, and he and hi: o 20 market. feasts. ny things 'arc being made for this family will be most welcome ad bazaar that will attract those want ditions to our city. Brindle heifer, about 17 months Turkeys for sale by Mrs. R. IC old, unmarked, strayed from my ing nice Christmas presents. Frazicr, Powderly, Ky. Mr. L. Isaacson, of Cincinnati, place, near Ncbo church, last June. who has been visiting Greenville for Notice. Stray F Just a week until thankful day, Suitable reward for return to Jas. Paken up by J. H. l.ovell, as some months, auctioning cloihin Green, Phone 252 1 12, Greenville ami may we all be ready for it. astray, living two miles west 01 and notions, has opened a store at exchange. Grernvillo, Ky., one mnlc calff. Central City, where hts will curry J. C UjIu non jyas in Lou The V. C. T. U. women arc pre - dark brown, unmarked, valued by large line of go Js, rti.d'on Sattir isville: atid Indian nolis this weekon frv XL paring tq give their , annual dinner M. L. Boggess at 56 This, the uus win conduct uuuin. lie 111 business affairs. vitcs the people of the county to I'hanksgiving day to the inmates of nth. daV ot November. 191 1. call on him at his stand in the Com Fish Wednesday and Saturday at the poor house. Everyone is invited Subscribed and sworn to before mercial Hotel building. money, food, dotti me by J. H. Lovell, this, Nov. to contribute, of J. E. Coombs & Co. ng, or other things which will add inn. Burr Grist Mill. Bird hunters arc having great to the comfort of those people. J J. Rice, J M. C. C. sport, and arc occasionally bagging My new burr grist mill is in oper New evaporated peaches, prunes, some quail. call on your merchants for Taken up by Dr. T. J. Slaton; ation; raisins, citron, lemon and orange White Flint meal. Also ready to living in Greenville, Ky., one calf Fiscal court convened Monday, peel, at Howard's. furnish the public with chicken feed about one year old, marked two in adjorned session from the regular and chopped corn. The newest and best way to plant splits jn right ear and crop off of October term. A. Shaver, jl 28 trees is to dig a small hole and set left ear, and valued by T. L. Roll Home rendered lard zxic. per off a dynamite cartridge at the bot- - at 7.jo. Dr. I. J. Slaton states Miss Flora Haley, daughter of pound. torn. This loosens the earth so that under oath that he has not changed J. E. Coomus & Co. Mr, John Haley, was married to the roots may have space to spread, any of marks of said calf. Subscribed Mr. John Corley last Sunday eve picture show is draw- and the shock kills all bugs, worms, and gworn to before me by Dr. T nmg at 7 o'clock. Ihe cererriony ing large, crowds, and is a splendid ets., that might injure the roots. J. Slaton, tms, 7m. tiay ot jov. was preformed at the home of the entertainment. 1911 bride, and was witnessed by quite a J- - H. Lovell, J. v Tke Arastroig Fara for Sale. number of friends of the high con Concrete men are watching the The Billie Armstrong farm of 600 tracting parties. weather-closely- , The bride and as freezing temperTaken up as astray by J. H groom are both prominent and acres, near Earles, for sale as a popu ature is not favorable to their work. whole or to suit, on very easy terms. Pittman, living in Greenville, Ky., Iar members of the social circles o Apply to Bassett Bros., Madison- - one Jersy heifer, unmarked, about Earles, and have many wellwishers Let Mc fix your clock. l, for long and ville, Ky. 30 monhs old, valued by J. 3t. useful lives. Coombs and Frank Richa.rdson at All stores will be closed Thanks The show window at Mr. C M. j?ig. Subsciibcd and sworn to by giving day, and clerks and owners 41 you want inat qeau watcn or Howard's grocery that contains the J, 1J, Pittman before mc, this, Nov will enjoy the holiday. clock put to work, let Mc have it 300 pound cheese is attracting much Uq, inn and he will put it to running. Coal" mines are being operated attention. M. C. This is the largest cheese Ljt. J, IL Lovell, J. more regularly, as the car service is ever seen here, and was made last Maggie, wife of Henry Young, col I'or the benefit of the fctate Tune tor Mr. Howard on snecial improved. Orphan's Home, there will be an ored, djed at her home in the west order. o'clock Sunday, after an Howard will receive today the old time exhibition at Jcrnigan's end at Illness of many months from con first of the 10 11 crop of California The Woman's Auxiliary will have Chapel, Thursday night, Nov. 30 runerai services were aprons, lancy work, nankercniexs, iiverbouy invitea to come ana nave sumption. walnuts. dolls, cakes and candy, and a num- - the time of your life. See "The held at the A. M. E. Zion church Mrs. Jennie fc.. Koark was in ber of other things for sale at their Cabbage Hill School," "Dispelling at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon South Carrojlton a few days last bazaar, which will be held at the Y. of Big Jim" from Bethel church, conducted Jjy the pastor, Rev week with relatives, and a delegate M. C. A. December 15th. A nice a negro farce and other humorous ravne, ana interment loiiowea in the west end cemetery, both ser to the missionary conference. lunch for ten cents will be served plays' Admision 10 cents. vices-bein- g largely attended. during the afternoon and evening. woman s Auxiliary ot tne Dr. H. Y. Slaton and wife arc in ine New Orleans, where they will spend Evprvthintr Pnnd for ThanksoivinirO Y. M. C. A. will have a bazaar on Ihe ladies auxiliary of the Y. M o j 00 Friday atternoon and evening, Dec C. A. solicitor.ders for Thanksgiv two weeks . in sightseeing in and dinner at T. E. Coomhs & co 15th., at the Y. M. C. A. One of ing cakes, anciJwill supply any sort about the city. fhere is a new motor plow on the tfte matures ot trie bazaar will ue the of cake 'that' may be desired. Tele We have opened a cask of H. Several nice phone Miss Jessamine Barkley. ninwc nn nrrr nf laml doll diessing contest. Heinz dry pack white kraut. will be given for the most or in just four minutes, and does the P" M. Howard & Co. Newton Brown Killed in Mine. work better than an ordinary hand MK'naliy dressed doll, dwery one invited to enter this contest: and the w Newton Brown, one of the most " Mrs. James Baird and little i" The cost of the plowing and harrow- dolls will be sold at the bazaar. popular drivers at Hillside, died daughter, Elizabeth, of Guthrie, arc ing, all done at one operation, is there last Thursday from injuries re here for a stay of two weeks with Oysters, Celery, Fish at Coombs reported to be 35 cents an acre. ceived in a collision in the mine o the family of Mr. Geo. Lovell. & Co. the Advance Qoal (Jo. By a strange New dill pickles are in at Hov: Dr. Tames Louis Roark, of Messrs Smith & Hays, who fate, brothers were in the crash of Seattle, recently appeared before the ard's. recently conducted the lot sale here, cars, and Newton was covered by state board of dental surgeons for very successful sale of the aboijt two long of coal, beside inju Quite a number of Masons from had a rles received in being thrown from a highly examination, and passed at over the county were drawn here same character at Livermare Tues the car, and he lived only about six The board met creditable grade. Monday by the burial of Esq. W day. These arc Tennessee gentle hours. Interment was in the Eaves in Spokane, and there were several H. DeWitt, which was conducted men, but they believe in Kentucky, graveyard Saturday afternoon, and dentists before it. under the ceremonies of that order and arc conducting many such sales there was a large crowd in attend in the southern and western part of New crop N. O. raolas3es; open Deceased was the eldest, except one, ance. kettle, not the canned kind, at member ot Ponfl River lodge, of this city. Howard's. See Bnz's.'Saturday specials. The Record 50c. per year. 1 ', 1 1 Yost, S year old son of Key. W. H. Fulton, and wife, who has just entered the 3rd grade at Ihe Washi ngton school has the air ship fever, and not only is the boy enthusiastic over tne living uica, out snows uy his art of construction lhat his ideas arc not dreams. He has constructed, with nothing but card board and paper to work from, a Curtiss bi plane and a Bleriot in o no lane. I'hc latter is so near the .id a of the original lhat when balanced in the hand the least s:ir of air a ill start the turbine propeller and the little machine leaves the hand in a straight line. Watch the boy some (III. ) Herald. day he'll fly. The above article refers 10 a chi'd well known here, his mother being Mary Urank Yost, who was bom and raised in Greenville, and there are many ftiends here who hope that the young inwmlvc genius may reach the greatest heights, iu this or au oilier profession he ma 1. noose Window glass, all sizes and er low in price. Hxio inch glass, 2 We have the largest for - c. stock in the county, and are preparTry us. ed to cut to any odd size. C. M. Howard & Co. r Give us your order for fresh meat, Coomus & Co. (uick delivery. Greenville is on a straight, steady growth that is most gratifjing. Numerous now homes have been built here this year, some of them luxurious, and all of them creditable, and we are gaining largely m population by the incoming of the very best families from this county and adjoining sections. Being one of the best towns 'in western Kentucky, our many advantages are appealing to a large circle of people, aud it is conceded that we have just begun to grow. There is sure to be great development here during the nc)t few years, and it is hard to be too enthusiastic in your predictions as to what will come to us. Auction House Alice Theatre OPEN EVERY NIGHT Highest class of pictures are being shown We &ive a show everv Cot A fnnnnn of 0QH REGULAR ADMISSION SPECIAL, FEATURES SUCHAS' Fight 10-fcs . 5 and IO Cents 20 Ciiits ,, 15 Hands Across the The Passion Play 1020 The Fall oj Troy 1015 Siiti 10 ,, FREE ENTERTAINMENT "The Romance of the Reaper," illustrated with Moving Pic tyres and colored ttsreoscopic views, will be given Irce to farmers and others interested at Court House Tuesday even ingi Nov. 28th. at 7,30 p, m. This is the great agricultural entertainment which was given at the State Fair in September, It is presented by the courtesy of the International Harvester Company of America and it is offered at Greenville through the efforts of Greene ville Hardware & Grocery Co. The entertainment is free but the admission will be by ticket. All who are interested in the progress of rgricultural and farm machines are invited to attend and may secure tickets by calling on Greenville Hardware 8? Grocery CoM L H. G dealers of Greenville, J ft The-raovin- THIS WILL MAKE A FINE BREAKFAST Buckwheat cakes with fresh sorghum is a very popu- lar hreakfast dish in and around Greenville. To supply the demand we have arranged for a .continuous supply of both and have them on hand now. The Buckwheat is fresh ground from kiln dried buckwheat and is absolutely pure. 1 at Central City. The sorghum is country made and is a rich, easy spreader. Both of these will please the most critical tastes. We also have several prepared pancake flours, among them Aunt Jeminia.'s at 15 cents per package. For cake baking where molasses is required the best cooks always want a genuine New Orleans open kettle molasses. It isn't easy to get it for there are many inferior imitations of the real thing. But we've got some of the real article right now. Some of the best cooks are using it and say its fine. v I mU 1 ... Don't buy all your Christmas gifts until you have seen what a fine LUCKY CHIEF, lot of pretty things the Woman's Registered Poland China Boar. Services at Auxiliary will have at their bazaar J. B. Coombs' farm at SI, due when servic Friday, Dec. 15th. Articles will be js rendered. on sale promptly at 2 o'clock on the J. E. COOMBS, Greenville, Ky. above, mentioned date, and nothing will be sold before that hour. See IJig Ben at Macks watch- making shop. Give us your job work. - Central City has anew enterprise, Mr. L. Isaacson, of Cincinnati, having rented a large section ot the Commercial Hotel, in which he has opened a large stock of general merchandise. The goods will be offered for sale privately at all times except Saturday, aud on these days auction sales will be conducted, at which times customers may have any item placed on sale at what it will bring at auction to the highest bidder. Mr. Isaacson is well known to the people of this county, as he has conducted auction sales hcre.and at Central City on public clays for many months. Now that he is established at Central City he invites the public to call and see him at any time, and Inspect his offerings, - W. H. BRIZENDINC fir CO. The work being done by the high school, in all departments, is said to be better this year than ever before. Pupils in all grades are right dovn to hard digging, and the teachers are highly pleased with the general progress that is being made. See, G qp nib 3 & Co. before you sell your'ibeef hdes. oz urruture, Wilpper, Shades, Moldimfe Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wra.pper, Slippers, Grve Vaults. HOME EV1ADE Disinfectiori-ROA- RK DRESSES WONDERS CAN BE WROUGHT DY CLEVEP. WOMAN. "I am all right now, thanks to Dr. Miles' ;Nof Heart Remedy." relief is ready for you. Are you. sure you do not need it? !Wils? Xt Ctr fir .v7ir n. r-i - Our Name & on the spot where we are now located. Any Woman With Tcrto p.nd Ten ringers Can Oc Crcsrcd In Sty:c at Very Sn-c- ll The same has been before the public for 30 years, most of the time right Crjre-.c- . 4 or home-mml- e drcste?. aud th?y were nil In style ai.d lind ctst so to little' that, old kUe r P3 am In mat-tor-s of dress. I raarvo!ed. at tho slsht of them. Thoy had l:oen made by throe slatora, young women who nro oxpoctcd to dross well, and the cost of the little frock? three, miisd you was Just four dollars avid sl.vty-nlnThis estltr.ato may seem cents. to the .casual roader. hut have mado a Jound of the shop to look nt Just s :c'.i materlnl3 as theso girls used and found he exact ones ranging from thier and a half cenla. n yard to flltccn. Kic'j f the gown3 eecn took eight y.itU of gcods. tho texture for one oo ting tweuty-e'gh- t cents and the otter two a I'oMar twenty. The reit cf tho mcney weut Tor the trimming?. tb:crt'. hceks prd eyes. Fancy a dclnty nrrniig Orers lor sixty-nin- e cents and one icc:l. r'joush to go anywhere in ;beaftercocn lor Why ihci''d not ivsry two dollars! woman with taste rud un Htger? Lw drestcd as well a. tbe'e three girls, who, however, I mutt tell ycu, i!id not felecl their nnterhl with the tlrst g'ance through the ihcp3. Tfcey locked until thoy found Just the right co!or3 for their compex'ens. Just the right hit of lace or net or cjntrertlng gauzo for" trimmiag. and the result In e?ca case 'was a chef d'ecuvre of trste. t Could there te a sweeter tling lor "morning In town or country tfcmi tno little frock or p'lli gard? trir.j:n-?with spotted thowT in our illustramay wear It tion? MademcLci'e ahopping. rhc may go Loatlng In It. che may loll clout country verandas, or go vlsitirg. or to club lunches In such toggery, with wh'.cli. of course, a plain white straw m'hr hat won d be the proper headiicee. Materials for t! e gown? They aro endless, but fcr the cutlng look tho style calls for the txecptions must bi? In the case of thin, cheer textures. For fair girl or young matron whllo cot- v'ton.'duck could form the gown proper and this blue and white, violet aud "flvhltc, or green rnd vhlle percale Or I ho dress would trim acceptably. could be entirely of linen or colton suiting wivh white alone for the collar and cuffs. The dark g'rl would look 'V;cll In a bright ye'low duck with .white trimmings or in mauve and white. Six yard nnd a half of plain and two of contrasting material aro measurements lor the medium figure, and thero are excellent qualities ot cotton suiting fcr twelve and a half cents a yard and bewitching percales for eight and ten. in fact, it is possi-t!to turn out a frock as pretty as cents. this for clghty-flvI dUp'ayed have In tho models nought to show many ways in which Kccontly I i a v.- - n If Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy helped Charles Holmes, why won't it help ycu? "I wa troubled with heart disease, and after reading about Dr. Miles I leart Kcme 'y, I got a boitlc. I (jot the I leart Remedy I had to sit up mo t of the night, and felt very bad at my stomach. Whatever I would eat made me feel worse, and my heart beat very fast. Hut thanks to Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy, I am all iiRht now. I cat good, sleep good, and feel like a new man, although I am almost 6S years old. I have been a soldier in the late war of the rebellion, and was badly wounded." CIIARLKS HOLMES, Private. Co. 15. 5th N. Y. Infantry Volunteers, Walton, Delaware Co., N. Y. Read iTIib Our Aim constantly has been to sell the best goods in our lines, at the most reasonable prices. Our services arc of the highest grade, our wares the best, and our equipment compares with the best of the larger cities. We 'endeavor constantly to increase our usefulness. I Ob- - m HENRY WATTERSON Editor. Wli CAN FURNISH YOU 1 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. J Dr. Miles' Heart is Remedy "The kept in thousands of homes as ,i friend always to be relied upon in time of need. Sold by all Druggists If the first bottle falls to benefit, your money is returned. Ask any Druggist. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. THE RECORD AND 1 J. L. ROARK Estate ORIEN L. ROARK, Manager HI-- : WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L F & g-- URNITURE UNERAL Long Distance EALERS D IREC Telephones: TORS tstafilished I8?9 Store U Home BOTH 0X12 YEAR FOR Indigestion I i i r Btoir.ach tronhK' f lrt a rmptrm of. nnd not in llM'U u trim d:scntf. V think of Heartburn, nnd Initiation ns rsil lisorcs, yet they urv symi'toins inly of a certain specific Nervn su'fcnws nothing It was U fuct Unit tlrt conwtly 1M Dr. SIioop i Mm of that now wry iKipulnr Stomaen Ri'in-stIr. slinon'j Itiwt.ir.itlr.. :ni.i.. nir. to tin stomach norvs. nlon. brought t Jm; surevjj nnd favor 10 lr. Slioonnml bis lt.tor.uhv. With, mtt that original unit litj;!ily vital tirtnclplc. no won- - over to Ix- - liaU. turn iiiKlinxJiifonipliMiinfnt. Kor stomach di.tn-- , bloiitins. tilliousness. Irwtli uiut miIIow eoinite.ion. try Dr. Sluvip'd Istumtl tr l,tiiil aixl mo for yourself wlint it ron uiut will Co. Wo sell pad cheer- - Wc can also give liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier-Journa- l. A The Greatest Rose Novelty of the Cejitury SLUE ROSE t CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE (lCOarORATBD) & TELEGRAPH GO. The New Rose (Violet Blue) Hailed by the Rose Groncrs Write Courier-Journ- al Coml for Description and Price List Dr. Shoop's pany, Louisville, Ky., for free ld sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send your subscription order to this paper NOT to the as the Forerunner of the Corn-Sen- d fkwer Blue Rose. Ycrv vlior- ous and hardy. FreeBIoomlni arocnIiotiKCH JOHN E. RACKEBRANDT s?2..v T-v Pt'lnccton, Ky. Longr clistanno lines and telephones of tma company onaoio you to tails almost unywnerc in incllana, Southern Illinois, Kentucky, Tennoss. e, Mississippi a.a Wo can nuhvnn in .n.tu r.d satisfactory communication with tho J people cf th groat section of the country. Wc solicit your patronage. Rates reasonable. Equipments and facilities ? iMre " . 4 r 1., LTLAND HUME, llrH'l MfiTT- t n WEBS, Restorative Deal at home as much J as possible, Build up your J I home town, This will make you a belter homer I market and enhance the ; I value of your property, Ride with They meet all traius, day . and night, with Bus f JUST RECEIVED 1912 Wallpaper Tlie Greenville Transfer Go.! Many Patterns of I e I I and Baggage wagon. KILLthe COUCH and THEO 1 A CURE the LUNGS White Sewing Machines, in rotary and vibrator; needles, shuttles, etc. in stock for all machines. ROARK'S STORE. Get potted plants aud cut flowers from Miss Lena Arnold. Dr. King's New Discovery w IWIieu you want F0nC8HsHS,,e AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. GUARANTEED SATISITAOTOIl OH MONEY REFUNDED. ssee TLhc Gl Best work, prompt service; give your laundry to Joe Morgan, who Take your beef hides to J. E. will appreciats your patronage. Coombs & Co. and get the cash. Cures "Golds" in any part Ki'llnvort ANY CViiiMi IRecorb Gf body. In nit hour. AcrHARCOURTCO.Louisvillc.Kx 1 MANUFACTURING ENGRAVERS Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality. .'f3 Very : r, k Fenner's Gough Honey 11$ i li tho popular hi mono wnJet can bo yaflcd. for ibis style is nil pervading aad. considering homo dressmaking, no easier bodice made could bp offered. The shouldcr3, which are tbo hardest part of a waist to fit, aro adjusted through tho simple matter of a waist band; no lining is required, and the Etylish jumper with neck and short tslcnyes may t Ita go over a dainty white bodice of any . As to the princess skirt. simple soi-tIt is, llko the bodice, adaptable to changes, a lower belt JJno and some wirimmlng or other making it at once T&e conventional thing. But where the ,princcss waist line is becoming, nnd 4be waist is not loo big, choose it by skirts all means, for theso re the latest agony. ; cut-ouhigh-toppe- It is a very serious matter to ask fef oce medicine and have the wroinf on? given you. For this reason w urge ygjj in buying to be careful to get ivs geHijnc- r- Bp- iilp. loio... ' i:iu'iiriull.in, rmup. cl..:iAamiiXlin. A.fTliin.i.llr.itlrlilli4.ljL.irrii.d IbeUc lzo bjuiallWo. Krctlnuia. X. Y. ' See the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Roark's. SLACK- - Draught Iiyer medicine ble medicine, for conatipAtion, and liver trouble, 'te firmly established. It doe3 not imitate chcrxoj&lciaec. JLt is better than others, or it vou4 jioi he the favorite liver powder, vVitn ,a larger Gslc than all others combined', mnan yvt niniinr i fC Telephone No 5 and your laundry will be called for and delivered. The reputation pf Jthfopld, relia- Joe Morgan solicits that grocery order, and will show his appreciation by supplying the best goods at the very lowest prices, delivery and courteous trea.lmcji.t. fipk WSm & swift Aocurale I mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm EtECTRtCIAVamt MrCIIANIC yli a uiaua.na far e.rrjlxnly. Lcatn aliout electricity, the rraiiii.'M itnic.andlioi.to Typewriter rjbbflns, legal blanks, document covers, cariiQi paper at this office. Tclephone that grocery want to Joe Morgan and get the best goods at lowest prices. Lena Arnold asks the patronand guarantees that satisfactory work will be done in her clothes cleaning, pressing and repairing shop. M icR I AND ' mmd?M YwihU Waiter Enablps tl)c qpcrafQr q sp? gvepy fTiiR 'ityQW raising feature. carriage, saving time and trpublc. Ppgcsse every Tlie 3O1I) century succjq. fn ijsp by U. S. Covfrpincnl, 157 railroads rai)ilson:e booklet free. Itiil lurflviit njt?r(?antile liouqes in many cptnitrics. TUB OLIVER TV PJi WRITER CO., lOHOp UK? st7 Qhjcago. J I.COajr. "snmiifion IM1I1. Co. "a ln on Istco. liu. rvrrjiK!y. j rir4.r - tlolitutio(Mluict. bin. pis cory frc .f you n.n. AUI ( l,IIOTlK.HrMVtCV Uitlt IVleiliful pi !'. ly prIccoutct3 .Tttktan, qiiesiion . n cieil. Sample i f" I 1011 mention tli , iprr ftiffjripliy l.tfctrf age of the public, AmorlcanPhctOfrrjnliy C Ceicou t I!ouo, Xlait. COHE and SEE THEM This signature) is on every box cf the goauiat SBMkes kidneys Foley's Kidney Cure end bladder right Laxative Bromo-Qninin- e weedy that carro a eskl te mo Tabled WALLPAPER Special Prices, at RodrK's. The J. L. ROARK ESTATE ri iTT . ' 'i rj W "