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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 6; ; v 'Record' Advertising Costs NotHing Muhlenberg County is rich in coal, iron, timber, Jttn rrA flu. lliuai )mr!f!nn- HIV, HVILIIIV -- potter's clay. 1-1 It pays for itself. sure of returns. The investment is Get our rates. I 111 T"r. llCll'M N tucky for investment of capital and pluck. i&gsggsgg-i- i s' VOL. XIII. NO. 42. PINAFORE G GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, GIRL WAYS FICHU Quite Liters!. She (Indignantly)- Look at this ploco cf goods which ha. Just coma out of tho wnchtub! How could tho man who sold it to mo tell me tho colors wero fast 7 Ho I supposo bo:aiiBo ho know how they could run. TUG RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED. 19 11, 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE FOR YOUNG OF FASTENING yle That Will Find More Favor Among Girls of Ten to Twelve Than Ordinary Kind. (Stria of ton to twelve yenrs of nge plna-J010- Dame Fashion Allows Wide Choice in the Matter Many Pretty Ideas. The favorite In as many ways Monon Route Announces New Schedule of Fares One Way and Round Trip. mm BE , DISCOURAGED often object strongly to woariiiK especially white ones, though there are many occasions on which It is nocessnry to protect a dress; now. It such a pinafore as this is made in the week. It can be short and crossed at the front under the girdle, or fastened by a pin In the center of tho girdle. Then tho longer shapo can bo tied around the waist and ilnishcd In a short butterfly bow mado of the ends. Long ends hanging from short loops is another disposition of tho llchu. These can be arranged In two strips or one over the other down tho center of tho back panel. Some fichus of lino lace or tulle are arranged with very long ends at the back that sweep down into a court llchu can he fastened as there nro days In train. ' trimmed some pretty fancy cotton, .with a scalloped border of plain, it will no doubt And more favor than one of an ordinary kind. It is cut in one plcco and fastens at back. Material required: Two yards 3G inches wide; $1 yard plain material 28 inches wide. At the back there can bo used a buckle of roses or silk In any of tho various forms lhat can bo mado at home. Tho long, oval form of lace, dotted with tiny silk roses and arranged across the back, is a chic finish, especially if the lace or not llchu bo over a flowered organdie. Harldcyl Bros, flues repaired. Jewels or beads or other decorations this work in best manner. used on silk, if tho fichu bo edged with plaitlngs of silk. Tho black net llchu can bo caught at the front and the back under n velvet girdle. A girdle of roses or a. cord Is but another way of making the l Furniture, Moldings, Wall Paper llchu an Integral part of n costume. ware-rooWe carry on our floors and in 'our Tho llchu Is an Important feature the largest variety of Furniturs In thus summer. The fastening of It will do much to mako or mar tho appear-nnc- o Muhlenberg. : : on tho gown. If we do not have what you want, we conwill get it for you. We have factory FOR BRIDE'S COIFFURE nections with makers of the finest goods in the country, and through "Our Special Order Department" can supply any exclusive articles at less prices than city stores or mail order houses. Our Picture and Room Molding-stock- s are always complete. Wallpaper is nov a staple article of acr- chandise, being used all the year 'round. And we always have full "elections, prices 5 cents and up per roll. The Monon Route announces that it will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago at ?6 one To Do This Year way, instead of $8 as formerly, and i by way of making your business suc- $12 round trip, good 30 days returnofcessful and your domestic life full of ing, instead of Si 6. Patrons arc fered exceptionally good, service by pleasure, if you arc not supplied with the Monon, which on i(ight trains telephone service of the Cumberland fiotn Louisville operates; CompartTelephone & Telegraph Coinpan? ment and Drawing roone Pullmans, Everyone should have a "telephone. as well as the usual straight sleeper. You arc. connected with all outside The day trains have Parljbrand Din important points in local connections lng cars, and the very finest modern, with all residences and business housnew coaches. Inquiries, cheerfully es. For any information call mananswered by E. II. Bacoji, D. P. A , ager, Louisville, Ky. Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Co. Incorporated. Save your home by leaving your What Are You Going rSICK TO WORK AND YOUR IS WEAK AMD AILING THERE'S HOPE AND HEL.P FOR YOU BOTH IN HE jjS . EC TRIG brand run-dow- n; ut BITTERS do 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 blpssing to women who suffer from backache, headache, fainting or dizzy spells and a boon to all sufferers from kidney troubles. TRY THEM. J. H. HAYES Decorator;. PRICE 50c AND $1,00 PER BOTTLE SOLD AND GUARANTEES BY Painter ana interior DR. J. prices. Wo All BAR8L6W, at reasonable Crown and Bridge Work done Druggists. DENTIST. OUlee up Htalru, In the Junes ItulUlln?. Greenville, Ky, OQice f tiy- ER. - To J SLAT0N, str't r I c Hi ri nnd burgeon. Jliilnstrcrt. WADE to to to to lb Ii . BRUMES I mm . 10. i iXSi Matu-orou- a CAM HOWARD. II. GRA Y. to to to q to DEPOY. KENTUCKY We announce to our that our stocks of are larger arid ever in our history. line of . :- -: , I0WARD SUMMER WORK FOR GIRLS - - tatrjraimig E3?"Our Engraving Machine is the only one in this part of Kentucky, and wfc arc An Absorbingly Interesting Kind Is the Very Fashionable Bead Bag. A Little Gec-- d Pamt in . k GRAY, LAWYERS. PHYSICIANS urcci- U rV if: If any girl want3 to undertake somo 'rather elaborate but beautiful sum- ffii-worn nn absorbingly tufrfi... s ind- Is tlyj very faBhlonnbio bend bug; also purses and card ca3csof tho 'same kind. Of course most people who have those charming things buy them and think It would be far too muchMvork for a clover girl, nor Is it too difficult. Even tho Invpteratcly "sporty" girl takes a rest now and then from active amusements, and if ehe once learns to do thl3 bead work she will become more and more fascinated by IL She need only give her formerly Idle hours cn the porch to It, and before long she will have a beautiful bag or purre. It Is necessary to take a few lessons If one has never done any of the v)rk, but the fancy work shops that Eell the materials give the lessons, too. Some of the designs used are most artistic, some aro quaint and suggetflvo of the days of our grandmothers. Ono can choose letween flowers and more formal and conventional designs and between those that match certain - gowns and those that are neutral .enough to go well with several. Nower then the bags (but no m6ro attractive) are the flat card cases covered entirely with bead designs. The girl who makes one of these during the summer ha3 i most beautiful Christmas gift ready for her motheV or older sister. . - exclusively prepared to supply individual Name Plates, which we furnish on all outfits without extra cost. Time Sav3& $ $ $ When yourbui!tlinginl paicjing, every day, delay rciti ) ou money. 'Yhs iwi; lain, t how nncf frost arc celling in their vojk. lAjrr.ncr&eil tp ir.uvh lo U' i. dref.v f tvant ofilijhule p.a'M outiltT' vsork. Ofliciin Crcra Bolldinj. opposite UMcade Hotel. ORS, HELTSLEY & HELTSLEY 03UiOW!l!C "Hve- ai - Undertaking qnd Embalming. Coffins in White- - Enamel and- Stained - to to to to to to to to to- - trade and the pub-li- e goods in alLdepart-mcnt- s belter selected than We carry a varied :- -: GENERAL MERCHANDISE :, . , Varnish finish; Caskets in White Enamel, Natural Woods, White, Colored and Black and Coppei Cloth Covered; lined airtight Caskets; all lengths, and Green leaves form tho foundation regular, extra and double extra widths, . Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes constant of this pretty hair wreath for a bride's coiffure, between which the or- ly in stock, for immediate delivery. V .orue. oist ivjiu'cru3i CARTER Slriclty Pure WHITE LEAD - Teieplionc No. 78, .and can supply.mosLof the wants of ClQthing,..Slipcs, J., ny Hats; Etcive Offer laYge seTedtioris. Go-k- theM:. .; tt tt tt tt tt tt tt ,tt tt. . Pure Unseed Oil, Paro Turpentine and the mccl czpcrtsiv colors Lind of -- ioiien Soufe i;ktyi;ix to .. In .Groceries,. . rdware, . .Tinware, Farm Irnplcnienbi an.d:sucii goads our stocks ange blossoms aro daintily arranged. The second Illustration, showing a persuapretty lace cap of sion Is fashioned on fine wire, lined with chiffon; a string or large pearl beads Is drawn loosely round, ending In a large cabuchon or pearl heads, wblcli fastens the graceful plume at left ride, the stem or which Is also ornamented with graduated pearl beads. semi-Dutch paint wc ists icYcr ctntks cr Tho Burial Robes, Wrappers, Suits, Dresses, a!c - only years of car will remove it. Louisville and Chicago Slippers, etc., in large variety. Let u fiSte wh! you whea ready to pain Our two licensed Ernbalmers respond at and durable jcb 1IEST LINK TO guaruilcc n once to calls for such services. Dcu't put it off. oiccs reasonable, California and the Our general equipment is complete and of highest gtade. Vast Northwest No. 254. We have a Funeral Car in service, sub Telephone to call anywhere. ject New stock sewing machine needles Two trains ihiilv Tele t35"Two Private phones, Store 72; Residence 108. at Roark's for all machines. French Lick and West Baden Springs. Residence i5oyards from store. DESK FITTINGS OF CRETONNE Prompt service any hour day or night. ONION STATION. The J. L. MARK ESTATE. Pretty Idea for Girls' Rcom Is to Match r.OUJSVILI.K. Accessories With the FurORILM. ROARK. ManaCcr. DKAUIJOKN STATION, nishings. Long-Distan- to to to to arc especially strong.. . In all departments prices will be found the lowest, and your visits will be highly appreciated. . -: ' :- -: :- -: to to to undertakte D epartmenf - tJ BATHING SUITS OF MOHAIR iMost Practical of All Material, Being Light in Velght and Very Durable. ' i Such a Loon Is one's own "bathing First of all It really fits, and this is n point no woman will ever overlook, - And next It la so much moro sanitary and hygienic that a woran Is certainly repaid for her trouble In getting it. So, If you aro going where there Is bathing, try to take your own suit, 'For this purpose thero Is no material more practical than mohair. It Is so light In weight, so durable and eliods water so quickly and readily that there Is no other fabric which qi;uo equals L LMnck )s the most preferred cplor, but bjue or brown are serviceable and. fiuit! ' For n girl's room that is furnished with one of tho lovely flowered cretonnes or chintzes It Is a pretty Idea to have her desk fittings In the same material. And she can make them all herself, which Is an added pleasure to most girls when they are fitting up a room. First thero Is the largo blotter. This Is made by cutting a piece of heavy cardboard, just the size she wants and covering it smoothly with the cretonne. The best way to cover a little It Is to cut the cretonno larger than tho cardboard and turn It over the edge of the board and glue It firmly all along the edge. The corners must be mltered so that tbey . WOOL JUDESandRJR r VfC WE BUY t BebgBtates. 't csa it J, 1 Wc have just added an Undertaking Department to our business, and will carry a comprehensive line of Coffins, Cas- - W lj kets, Robes, Suits, Wrappers and Dresses. Also have a Hearse iA in service, on call anywhere. Orders in this line given prompt ili to and careful attention any. hour, day or night. tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt i CHICAGO. 1 to to to to Market Sts. Telephones: Slore, No. J. Night, No. I? m No. 3. Dinin? and Parlor Cars. Palace Drawing Room Sleepers. E. H. BACON, D. P. A., N. W. Cor. 1th antl ! We Ask You J Eg the BRIDGES & SHANNON CO. DEPOY, KENTUCKY tetter Uc to tako Cardul, for ycur femalo troubles, because we are sure It a will help vou. Remember that 2 this great femalo remedy , KCKTHCC: . ir tm lain ckali or cwaaissJa atukiiils. SRT D10K W LMISTUIC. PC liivm Tjr f -I I r. puu. ncoifligsnte to or snipes, nu lf- M.SABEL fcSONS rmtT Lwhrilfc, Ky. louis villi:, ky. - i 5F ll Alt U U Snlrl in This f!itv F3 82 JMiHr SlbMAdj CO YEARS' EXPERIENCE EW YORK IS THE GREATEST SHOW m.e. Si tt tt tt tt tt tt tt &&&& UPPER THEATRICAL PAPER just fit. And for this very purpose there arq many grades In good widths at 50 .' cents, 75 cents a yard and upwards, in nil the good shops. Evening Flowers. Attractive. The fact that this Is to be a great flower year Is foreshadowed not only by tho embroideries that decorate tho dresses but by the artificial blossoms .that adorn so many of the trains, among them carnations, sweet peas, Over the edge of the covering. Is glued a gimp to finish It." At each corner fasten a little triangle of tho cre tonne, folded on the diagonal side, to hold the corners of the blotting paper These extra pieces aro put on before the gimp. Or, instead of the cretonne corners a strip of the gimp may be fastened across each corner and the blotting paper slipped under. Tho next thing to make is a rack for paper and envelopes. For this buy the cheapest wooden rack to be found (unless you happen to have a brother who can make one for you) and glue tho cretonne all over It, finishing It with tho gimp. A tray for pens and pencils can be made to match by us lng the cover of a long, narrow box as a foundation and covering It with the material In the snme way. Tho Ideal may bo carried out In any other things used on a desk, as a stamp box cr a box for rubber bands. Hooks on Gklrtband. One would think everyone would know that the best way to keep a blouse and skirt together Is not to use safety pins, but to sew hooks In the skirt and eyes 10 correspond on tne back of the waistband of the blouse; and yet, Judging by all the specIAiens of waist and skirt divorc and com plete separation that we see, there are still many to whom that knowledge Is lacking. It might be well to say, In addition, that If the tyousc be too dell cato In fabric to stand the strain, a bit of tape should be sewed to its back, on which the eyes can bo has brought relief to thousands of her sfck vomcn, so why not to you ? For headache, backache, periodical pains, female weakness, many have said ii is "tho best medicine to take." Try ii I 1 iihuu fvinrma EopVntGHTK &.C I1IMI M1JU.IU 3CIM1IIIK II PKUIl-IUOJ qulrltly tiscertalii our oi'Hilon frco nlietlior nu Invention Is prolmbly pnlontnllo. HANOG00X on Pal cuts cent free Oldest nucticr lurnocunni; patents. taken tliruucli M .11111 & Co. receive tptcUxl notlft, without cliurce. in tbo Designs IU THE WORLD. $4.00 Per Year. Single Copy, 10 Cis, lSbl'ED WEEKIjY j 6 r iiHffiH ' , & w . Ijircct cirA hnnclaomcly HliiMrnlfHt ttooIiIt. t imy arieiitilln Jotirtml. Terms. $3 a culation roar: lour minims, f I. tsoia uyuu Tieiraiiciiler.. cuntiiic Jitttericaii. Washington, I). FRANK QUEEN PUB. CQ. (Lt4 tLBEIlTJ.Bp.Kip, , ITm.KSUaiip, Sample: Copy Free. Emm? a mm SCnaGlBroadm.r.HDUl O F SU Drancb OlUco fnrfc C at factory pwce;s P GLOBE QU0GIE3 AND HARNESS Happy the girl, or vqman, who has never suffered from any of the diseases of womanhood! Or, if she has been a sufferer, happy is she if she has learned cf the wonderful beuqfits of Cardui, the woman's foiiicl Cardui. is a gentle,, tonic remedy, for women's ailments. Ifc io a. natural medicine safe, harmless, purely vegetable. It has been in successful use f6r more than 50 years. It has cured thousands. It should do the same for you. 111 M ill "More than nine out of every ten cases of rheumatism are 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 . gt TAKE IUMRDU1 ' ) Wom an'sTomc s Mrs. there, is HO. Mary.. Nccly, no--toni- c on.earUv.-a- 2v wat,er lilies, geraniums and myriads of roses. The new way with embroidered flowers Is to cut the petals out of silk, satin, and velvet and fix them against the train, leaving some to fall outward so that they look as If they were ; natural blossoms. Tho padded flower .Is. also very much seen, and is employed for the embellishment of panels. It is the opinion of the women of tolarge and heavy bouquet day that-thnot only incommodes Its owner but hides lier frqyk. .; . j e 270 3 Costs vorrlltllo, proves very satisfactory for lawns, door ynnlK, Wo ninlio fonrlner for !mvnsg floor rnrrifl, llclil, lie? uud ioiiltry, 1Vlto Tor entaloK. trur-.loi- i4, ... ' UNION FENCE CO., Kansas City, Me. PeKalb. III. . j is nil that is needed and it is certain to give quick relief. Give it nitmey, iV.i nnScro how inoour eus4onieiK llu;ttvnKd I!srncsuC-,t.x!c'.-rrurr.pt.. ft trial and see for yourself Write fur our 1'reo pain and RLODE BUGGY & tfARNESS C0MiAN quickly it relieves the goreness. Price 25c; large sizesoc. OWENSB0RO. KENTUCKY Dlrrct tror.i t.ur lr.ptn C, t). 1). lot'oilMmicr ful'j-x- t lo ixuinin. l..:i ; niiprovnlon 3u. a I c: trial. It is of tlie greatest Jrhrnc-Co. to lUUKJrlauccto llib (.lolip Uuili!)' liave evcrv otic v luj Ue:N .v nil its a l ... l nrrilt Ka!(!oi Cuolotaer. otT.lt iKojHiicd tj sltMiiucut mi h cxoclUt t value inir.alily !' juatoriiil, workn tu!:ij, i'i i n enl h'yln ( vehicle that it will le a Alvt it'.eiticiit uud tiring tisuinny arlcps in return. Jf we j.le you, by pcU'usyuu nn honest Jy 'e Lu.iRy li.A nt n jmec lcsnilif M:!e::eiJian"n 1'n.tU. jou will rceumineml our ptxuls to ctir ne ;;!.lr. Cr.v as toe ur c. . to::;c:s (SiiiirniKeo isnlolut.-lns it ix'ould 1. t.i a dealer. If j!to!sare not as represented your rnoncy !s returned lo yoti. You 'jsKe no rink. Wo jnunufactureboiiftsl Veli'.olei; and Ilarnrpj. Vdihlpnl' vclilclM with, the ..very.. best Jesuits. I had backache and nearly everything a woman could suffer with, until I look Cardui. Nov, I feel better than I have for two years. I shall always recommend Cardui to other 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. ut of Denver,. Tenn.,.. says, "I think good as Cardui. I used it Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept.. Cliatlaaoora Medicine Co.. Chiitannnt, tofSpectol Instructions, and book, "Hone Treatment lor Women," seat free. J 66 tm Subscribe Jqil fBie Rec;drd ; Onlyi jpc. t -- ' - THE RECORD. An Independent rUnUrtllZIl Newspaper. ItT THimsDATS RECORD PRESS, Owen Rics. President. Orikm L. Hoahk. Secretary. Okiex L. Koakk. Editor. LonQ-Otetan- OlUco In new annex Telephone, No. 72. rear of More, jrrnumi lloor. 50 CENTS PER YEAR. IN ADVANCE. TERMS. TbeHubscrlpllon price of the pnptr U pay-M- e in Hlvance, Mini when the time ban expired in hl'.i it U nalil. the tin ier will be Htopped. Cards of thank, obituary noticed, etc., U not 'injrer than ten linen, nil! he published free. Ap ie nwwr to chaw or 60. per line winof thU rulelornm i ccu-Inlinen. No rnrlutlon unori. copteM trill be mailed. Free sample Inserted. A rate card AilTertlscmentH wllli will be furnished on re ijueHt. and lunke all reAdilrett nllcotumnhli'ntioni KKf-oHlMfEfS. mittances payable to tJretivlllf. Ky. THUISDAY, NOVEMBER 31, 1911. Entered at the GreenTllle, Ky.,postottlce an second-clamatter. n In Mexico and in the Southwest, says a New York botanist, niistletoe grows so rank that it is regarded as a pest. There may be too much of a good thing; but when the bow dangles over the head of a pretty girl on Christmas day, who would consider it a nuisance? wax-berri- of the deleMoke than one-hal- f gates to the Ohio Constitutional Convention (61 out of a total of 115) are pledged in writing to incorporate the initiative and referendum into the fundamental law of the State. The political innovallonc characteristic of the Far West are running counter to the proverbial coursc'of empire and arc coming Ve may soon have opportuICast. nities of observing direct legislation in operation at first hand and in one of the largest States in population. Sj'ECUIvtivk banking is a business of great charm. It has attracted the attention of many brainy and successful gamblers. The cbnvic-tio- n of two of the men responsible for the failure of the Carnegie Trust Company in New York of larcenous disposal of its funds will undoubtedly serve as a check to this form of The great magnates of enterprise. tfee money market, who were lately of chain bankprojecting a vast-plaevidently have thought a backing, down the prudent policy in the present temper of Courts and juries dealing with monster aggregations of capital and business under a single control. The jails preach a loud preach sometimes. There was little wisdom shown in lie vote of the National Good Reads Congress in favor of Federal appropiictions for road building. If there is any form of public enterprise that could be considered of purely local concern it is the construction and maintenance of con.Road highways. public struction in this country has always been the affair of towns and counties; only quite recently has the policy of fftate aid found favor. While there ,may be cogent arguments for the of the State with the counties ia this matter, the opening and maintenance ot highways is absolutely foreign to the Federal Congress might SS jurisdiction. well be asked to appropriate money for opening, grading and paving the streets in our cittea. make them realities. Unfortunate has been much neglected, considering that congress has appropriation 5,600 times as much money for military expenses as for the blteimsntof public highways. If it could be shown to our national lawmakers that military roads are needed for the movement of troops and military convenience, appropriations of millions would be had without delay. In building that naval highway for fighting vessels in a foreign country, the Panama canal, the government is spending more money than has ever been spent on any similar project in the history of the the world. For harbor and river improvements congress a couple of years ago appropriated $52,000,000, a tmisuction in which politicians reaped greater benefits than was made apparent in the undertakings for which the money was voted. There has been expended upon the Mississippi river, including surveys, in the last 100 years $225, 000,000 to put that stream in condition for handling products of the farm and commerce tributary to it, yet the last statistics available show that in 1906 there were 1,549,000 tons less transported on this river thaa in 1SS9. It took three quarters of a century to build up the American railroads. During the same time little attention has been given to the building up of American country roads. Yet the value of the two to the public goes hand in hand. Food and clothing imibt be handled between the producers and the consumers over both the country road and the railroad. It is important that the country roads approach the high standard of the railroads. The country road makers have not kept iip with the railroad mak ers; if they had it would not cost the farmers to haul a ton of grain one mile as much 0.6 it posts tfiem to send it by railroad fifty miles. They, too, must get money to cut down grades, to get smooth, hard surfaces, to get good drainage, and to reduce the cost of maintenance. When thU in done the farmer can go from his farm to his market or ship ping station quicker and carry a bigger load. The firm roadbed and smooth, heayy steel make the rail road's cars and engines last longer, and the substantial, well madecoun.-tr- y road makes the farmer's horses, wagons and harness last longflFi The saving to the railroads is only a small fraction of a cent on each ton hauled one mile, while the saving to the farmer is 15 cents a ton a mile. The difference in cost of hauling will often turn a losing; farm into a paying one. With a good road a farmer who lives fifteen miles from a shipping station is better off than one who lives only five miles away with a poor road, The man with a good road, with the distance against him, can make his tripsquicker and carry from two to three times as much on his wagon, and, what is more im portant, can depend upon his road and bridges every day in the year, while the man who encounters swollen streams and impassable roads often loses his best market and his vegetables decay on his ly the subject L. Isaacson invites the people of Muhlenberg county to come to his store at Central City and supply their wants in clothing, shoes, dry goods, notions, etc., at the lowest prices ever known in this section. Give Miss pressing; ring made. I.cr.a Arnold your 2 and call will be ;AT: Sell Your ifii'ii) BRIZENBIME'S 30 ON Burr Grist Ml My new burr grist mill is in operation; call on your merchants for Qt. Gray Enameled Dish Pan 8 c. Small Covered Bucket COOPER'S LOOSE FLOOR (or. I2tli. aiid White Flint meal. Also ready to furnish the public with chicken feed and chopped corn. jl 28 J A. Shaver. Don't buy all your Christmas gifts until you have seen what a fine lot of pretty things the Woman's Auxiliary will have at their bazaar Friday, Dec. 15th. Articles will be on sale promptly at 2 o'clock on the above mentioned date, and nothing will be sold before that hour. Give us your job work. If you want that dead watch or clock put to work, let Mc have it and he will put it to running. Tipped Preserving' Kettle Sauce Pan, witk handle 2 3-- 99 99 99 Qt. Pudding Pan Dipper, length 12 4 inches II Inch Wash Basin 8 8 8 Water Streets Near I. (. Depot. HOPKINSVILLE, KY. This will be our last sale on Granite Ware this season, so come early and you will be sure to get the items you need. FREE STALLS FOR TEAMS. You can drive your wagons in on FURS HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Commlislon. Write tor price list mentioning this ad. AND HIDES Established 1837 LOUISVILLE,KY. Cooper's Loose Floor night or day. JOHN WHITE SCO i INTERESTING EVENTS IN CHICAGO NINETEENTH NATIONAL DAILY AUCTION SALES Money paid immediately after The Quality or Lamp Oil you use counts Immensely for or against .our comfort ana health. 1 here's a perfect oil ma Jo for people who clvc thought. It Is refined from Pennsylvania Crudo Oil the-- best over made. Full, while Hamc never flickers no soot no odor. Costa no moro than Inferior tanlc-waRoils cave? money as well ns eyes and comfort. Your dealer has It In original barrels direct from us. -7 I each sale. Market now open, Wc solicit your business and will use our best efforts for your interest, As this is our 25th, year, we ask you to make this the Biggest year in the history of the Loose Floor Market, The fairest way to sell tobacco,. Every Buyer attends each safe. You will get the Higest Market Price. Respectfully, IRRIGATI ON GONGRES DECEMBER 5 TO 9 The object and purpose of this SOLITE OIL at Warrrn. Tn. Chas, C. Stoll Oil 'IIlKh-Rrado o., toalsvllle, Ky. "Jo Carb" Auto Oil. Motor OusoIIhc. TtcflBPiy hands. IVe have 2,100,000 miles of pub Congress can best be expressed in its motto, "Save the forests, store the floods, reclaim the deserts, Uio use of a cooJIaxaUve, to keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons of umlieftstflJ makp )Qincs on the land," to which food from getUnginto your systeui. The Litest Product tf scjp j f VEj,Vq , vegetable, might be added "drain the swamp reliable and of a rleasm, aromatic teste.LtU.ve. acts cn thepurely as well as gentle, Velvo liver, on tte bOWCb;. nnd lsrf tl.n nrrafncf nncdMa orr:,..,,... : Stomacn alia i! .! i, and make homes on the land." biliousness, sick headache, feverishness, colic.tlatulence, etc. Try VF 1 There are in the United States 75,000,000 acres of swamp land, non productive, a menace to health, and a deterrent to Immigration. e 7,09o,ooq acres divided into farms means homes for 1,875,-00- 0 families, or approximately 10,000,000 of our citizenship. This laprf whpn replajmpd wjll be as healthful as land that has always llPgn (il7, and he the most productive of all lands, because it is composod of the rich soil broqght down bv the rivers, desposited and mixed with the decayed vegetation of centuries. On account of the deversified . i ownership and state complications it would seem that the United Spates. 'Thj year we made extra heavy and special preparations Goverment Is logically the authority for our Thanksgiving trade and judging by the heavy busi to redeem these lands along the lines pursued in the reclamation of the ness we did and the complimentary remarks about goods and service, our efforts were fully appreciated, arid lands oi the West. The results of. irrigation of the Already we are making elaborate preparations for the big arid lands ot the Far West, and the holiday season. New goods are arriving every day and we possibilities of the drainage of the swamp lands of the Great South, and will hz in the best shape we have ever been to take care of elsewhere, will be given the par- you for your Christmas requirments. ticular attention in an elaborate proIn the meantime here arc a, few suggestions of supplies gram that has been planned for this you will need at once, congress. Delegates from all parts Mince Meat made a hit this week in hundreds of homes of the country, as well us foreign rerpesentatives, have been invited, and will be in use every day all winter. and a goodly attendance is expected. It makes delicious pies and its only 10c, per package or Physicians Advise Uver-Syuip- R. E. & W. D. COOPER, PROPRIETORS. 40-acr- VELVO LAXATIVE LIVER SYRUP A Clean, Man Outside cleanliness is less tbaa half tfca battle. A mtm My scrub himself a dozen t Lib era day, and still Wwieleaa. Good health means cleaHlincssot only outside, but inside. It mcaas a clean stomach, clean" bowals, clean, blood, a clean liver, and HfiW, elwn, healthy tissm. The man who is clean in this way will look U and act It. He will work with energy aad 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. onsurapuon ana bronchitis mean unclean lungs. First Of All Let Us Thank Yoi For Yoir Generous Thanksgiving' Orders. Dr. Pierce's Golden. Medical Discovery prevents theso diseases. It makes a bu'i iasides clean aad healthy. It cleans digestive org the clean blood, and cleaa, healthy flesh. ass, makes pare, " ' It restores tone to the nervous system, and CHres nervous exhaustion and prostration. It contains no alcohol or habitfonaing drugs. Constipation is the most unclean unclcaaliness. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pallets cure it. They never gripe. Easy to take as candy. LAND SHOW, NOY. 18 to DEC. 9 Government statistics tell us that it costs our farmvrs i cents more to haul one ton one mile in this country than it costs in European comtries. With the products of the farms of the United States amounting to approximately 250,000,000 tons annually, and with an average haul of nine miles per ton, tk difference, of 15 cents repiesencs an additional cost of $1.35 a ton for the average nine mile haul. s of the Estimating that agricultural products of the United States are hauled away from the . farms, there would have beeu a saving to the American farmers, oa the basis of the figures, of $225,000,000 if our roads would have been up to the standard of European roads, not including their back haul of supplies from the stations to the farms. They would have saved, )u addition, large suws in the replacing &nd repairing of harnec, wagons, etc., and n fbe investment and care of extra draft tbck, not to mention the ilera of time, wwfljycd in hauling half two-third- ti foiis Mweaeit. floads. lic roads. From the best informa tion abtainable there are about 44,- 000 miles, or two miles out of each hundred, under a high standard of There are not more improvement. than 175,99 miles; or eight miles out of each hundred, .under any kind of improvement. J.n other words, we have 1,925,000 miles of public roads which are in as poor condition now as tfcey were when they were' laid out by oiJF early scfctiers and pioneers. It is the duty of every citizen of the ynited States to aid the farmer in every way p.opsistent with business principjes tp n?srl?f his, products to best advantage.. If we build 100,000 miles of public highway annually for ten yearg, giving the country 1,000,000 miles of good public roads, at an average 0 cost of $3,000 per mile, or annually, we will be engaging in a national development the advantages of which in economies, commerce, comfort, and enhanced land values none can foretell. This work if carried on by counties and townships, as at present, will be slow. It should be encouraged under a broad, comprehensive plan outlined by jtfee federal government, with the stall;. $300,-000,00- An ocular demonstration of the agricultural and horticultural development of lands throughout the United States. An attendauce of over 400,000 is predicted this year. Be sure and visit the Illinois Central JS.xhjbit of products grown in the two of states great southern Louisiana and tyississjppj. LIVE STOCK EXPOSITION 25 c. per bucket. All of Hsinz goods, including bulk and cgar, preserves and apple butter are the top and we have the full line. You will need corn meal, rice, beans, ba:on get thm hsre, Only the best prices arc as low as the lowest our service bottle pickles, vhv notch of quality flour, hams and quality and our better than ordi' Parr Chase 8f Sanborn's Coffees helg you to economize, There's more quality .and more cups of good coffee in a pound DECEMBER 2 to 9V of C & S Coffee than there is in any other brand you can buy s and This show will be held in the interEvery customer of ours will back us up in this statement-Trnational Amphitheatre and twenty it for yourself. wejl-jcnow- n country-famou- Be Surepjjr New Home Is Lighted By Eleetriek The )est homes and apartments ar Sfired for fo other light compares with elcc-tr- ie electric light." light in cqnvenienqe and safety I$yecy, hqpie can now atford electric iignting pecause. isaj-so- n Mazda Lamps give more cliebt than any other lamps using an pqual 'amount ot electric curfenf. New Edisgn. Mazjia Lamps are npw. strong enough tor all practical purposes when given ordinary care in handling. The light giving filament is made from drawn tungsten wire that is as strong as steel. y adjoining buildings at the Union tpek Yards, Chicago, and a display of mapy thousands of the finest breeding cattle, horses, sheep apd gwjne makes, it 1 grand, pontest of champions. Slaughter Tesjs, packing House Exhibits, CJullegiatc 4ml Farmers' Stock judging Contests, National Breeders' and Stockmen's Daily Sales, Meetings, Public Brilliant Kvening Katertainments. Best reached by fast and efficient train service of the W. H. BRIZENDINE 6 CO. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD Tickets, reservations train time, and specific fares from your station may be had of your local ticket agent. G. H. Bower, G. 1 A. Memphis, Tenn. ee Briz's Saturday specials. GREENVILLE, KENTUCKY W. A. Wickliffe, W. G, Duncan, C, E. DIRECTORS Martin, R. T. Martin, E. J. Puryear, C. M. Martin, Jno. T. Reynolds, Jr, The standing and responsibility of the men who constitute our Board of Directors arc a guarantee of careful, judicious management, Come in and see these lamps to-da- y. in addition lo their ecooaaWcal-sidej would add so greai JJoney in the comb at .Howard's. ly to tshe .coaifor.t, health, ajid iiap Very fine. Good roads, . Greenville Ligbt & Witer (o. fBess of tbeir users that every pos jifele agency .should J?e .employed JpJ The Record 50c. per year. (. R. LOCAL TIME CARD. Let Mc fix your clock. MlilTtl .l(KM. SO. 1112 Judge W. 11. Yost was here from Madisonville Monday on legal busNew dill pickles are in at iness. ard's. ... I.OSim aprons, ll.25iilii )..")! inn The weather is now variable ROMANCE OF enough to suit the most fickle. How- THE REAPER The Lecture and the Real Facts Fac Subscriptions arc being solicited for funds to macadamize the road from the city limits to the cemetery gate at Evergreen. The cemetery company has voted to make an appropriation of $50, the fiscal court will do a considerable part, and the citizens of the town should respond universally and liberally, I.. Isaacson, of Central City, was as there is hardly a family in town here again Monday, selling at auc that is without representation in our The year's last month appears to tion notions, clothing, shoes, over city of the dead, and the small morrow. coats. He had a diminished crowd, stretch of roadway from Mr. John but did business. Coombs' home to the gate is very Our .first winter month appears bad 'during the winter. tomorrow. New evaporated peaches, prunes, raisins, citron, lemon and orange Sec Big Ren at Macks watch- The city council meets in regular peel, at Howard's. making shop. session next Monday night. Good morning! Have you helpStray Notice. Oysters, Celery, Fish at Coombs ed some one else yet ready for Taken up by J. H. I.ovell, as & Co. Thanksgiving dinner? astray, living two miles west of Santa Claus is about the busiest Mr. Riley Dexter has been laid Greenville, Ky., one male calf, character to be found now. up several days from injuries receiv- dark brown, unmarked, valued by This, the ed in a fall while fighting a recent M. L. Roggess at $6. Have yout clothes pressed: Miss fire. As chief of the nth. day of November, 191 1. Subscribed and sworn to before Arnold will do the work in best Mr. Dexter was in charge of the manner. men, and fell while at work, injur- me by J H. Lovcll, this, Nov. 1 1, ing his leg; the cut has been inflam191 1. Fish Wednesday and Saturday at ed and painful, and a rest was neJ. J. Rice, J. M. C. C. J.,E. Coombs & Co. cessary. ritu'lmi.-iti The Woman's Auxiliary will have fancy work, hankerchiefs, 7.15 pin dolls, cakes and candy, and a num!Ol Til HOI NI). NO. ber of other things for sale at their 135 PailiH'iib awi'l Cairo 5.15 a 121 I'ulton ucooiiiiniHtatliMi I2.t0nu bazaar, which will be held at the Y. ..... ....... I, .1 ill V..... til 10it X. O. jco. (Louisville paM.sr. only) 1.20 am M. C. A. December 15th. ' A nice CuAwroilU, Ajit. Juno 3. IDIt. W.G. lunch for ten cents will be served during the afternoon and evening. 122 HU l;M ing the Famers and the Business Interests of Kentucky. I.oiiUvllIt" I:ii-oh- Loulsvtllo I.lmltr.l Central I'lty nroiiiiiiiiixlutliiii Kxpri's Give thanks today, and help some The Woman's Auxiliary is planone else to do the same by assisting ning for the largest bazaar ever held those who arc not so fortunate as in Greenville. It is earnestly hop arc you. ed that all the ladies of the town will contribute something to be sold Miss Lena Arnold will appreciate at the bazaar.- - Already a great mayour laundry and clothes pressing. ny things are being made for this Call 2 for prompt service. bazaar that will attract those wanting nice Christmas presents. A gold wire worker attracted considerable attention on the streets For Sale. Monday, and secured several orders A seven room house with water for name breast pins and the like. and light on Hopkinsville street, Turkeys for sale by Mrs. R. E. lot 85 by 300 feet. D. S. Duncan. 4t Frazier, l'owderly, Ky. 5-- Mr. Selfish should forget himself today and think of others, and if he will do so again during the approaching holidays he will have accumulated such a fund of pleasure and satisfaction that he may never re turn to Jiis old, miserable ways. We have opened a cask of IT. Window glass, all sizes and very 8x10 inch glass, 3 We have the largest for 5c. stock in the county, and arc prepared to cut to any odd sue. Try us, C. M. Howard & Co. low in price. Mr. J. H. Piitman has been ap pointed by the fiscal coin as offi cial weight and. measure tester for jhc county. Under the new law each county must have such an offj ccr, and his dutu are to test each scale, measure, etc., in use in the county. The fees are to be paid by the party owning the scales. The law is yery comprehensive, and requires the careful testing of all dry and liquid measures, rules, yard sticks, etc., and Mr. Pittman has in prospect one of the most strenuous times he has ever had in his life. J. C. '"Heinz, drypack. white kraut. M: Howard & Co. Monday was county court day, and there was a fair crowd in town. Merchants were not particularly rushed with customers, though there was some trading done. The Woman's Auxiliary of the Y. M. C. A. will have a bazaar on Friday afternoon and evening, Dec; 15th., at the Y. M. C. A. One of the features of the bazaar will be the doll dressing contest. Several nice Issacson, at Central City, sells prizes will be given for the most or- goods cheap all the time, and on iginally dressed doll. Every one Saturday allows the people to buy at invited to enter this contest: and the their own price at public auction. dolls will be sold at the bazaar. Snow Hurries yesterday promised a Burglars are very active all over vhite Thanksgiving. the country, housebreaking, footpad Howard will receive today the work, slore robberies, etc., being first of the 19 11 crop of California numerous in all towns and cities. Cold weather always brings an in- walnuts. creased activity on the part of the Wwmi Feud Dead ii Bed. underworld. Mrs. W. W. Kagon was found, dead See Coombs &: "Co. before you in bed at her home at Oraham Tuesday night. The discovery was made by sell your beef hides. 027 her husband at 2 o'clock, and he was greatly shocked, us was the whole Mr. A. E. McCrncken is spending the community, as Mrs. Kagon hud been in holiday with friends in Franklin. her usual excellent health, and had retired in the best of spirits. The cause A lire in a kitchen flueatO.no o'clock of death bus not beeu determined. Tuesday morning caused an alarm to be turned in, followed by a large crowd Give us your order for fresh meat. turning out, but a bucket brigade exQuick delivery. Coomus & Co. tinguished; the bjuze More the fire department' could inaVe tfie jiose connecThe inmafes of 'Mi e poor house Jiad a tion. The loss was' small. "' ' " " T ij!u ja t a !1 ii regular Xlianfcsgivtng dinner 'Tuesday, T. U. New crop 1. "cj. mojasses; open serve;) by the ladies o the of jir'eenvijle and Centra) Cijy. The kettje, not the canned kind, at f u nds were donated by al) the Sunday schools of the citj' Tjils is' a regular event, and. occasions great joy among 4 specia train 'fYoxn New paeans, our uufortunate poor who are being carrying bankers who hadbeeh'at the' careujfor by the county. annual meeting, passed through here Lloyd Dwyer, aged 19 years, died last Saturday, and was reported to be the finest train tlint ever passed over at the home of his father, Mr. W. ' the line. F. pwycr, near Pond creek, at q.30 o'clock a. ni: last Friday, awl inA wife who is really the better half says that advising her hjtspand tp cpl terment was at Ebenezer graveyard Consumption ins uiribiiuas snopping early is just Saturday afternoon. like giving him a letter to mail. was the cause of death, and the young man had been a sufferer from The matter of appointment of a the disease for some years. police judge attracted the deepest Attend the union services begininterest of many of our citizens for several days during the week. ning Saturday night at thacourt Petitions to the Govenor were house. vigorously circulated, personal letFreight receipts have been heavy ters written, and much endeavor here recently, and it was no unexpended. common thing for as much as $250 to be paid per day by our merchants Don't overlook Isaacson, .at for freight. Central City, when you want an overcoat, ' suit, pair of "trousers, Needles for all sewing machines at shoes. . Roark's. - -- 4-. " - courtesy of the International Harvestor Company of America, the Greenville Hard ware & Grocery Co., our local implement dealers, were able to t, present the "The Romance of the Reaper," at We Handle None But the Court house, last Tuesday night Our otoefcn are 30 larso that you have very Btylo and pattern, and nize, and hi.k 1 he Dolcct: and wo make buying BY KAIL, just as easy and satisfactory as you lecture tells the story of the can do fit To havo cptclal thinga that you can Bct NOWHERE ELSE, such as in theBtore- progress of agriculture from the earliest times down to the present Levy's Special Levy's Special Boys' day, and it traces the development Suits tor Men Suits with 2 pairs of farm implements and machines at of Pants from the reaping hook to the scythe and all tho Leading Linos of and cradle, through to the first reaper, the automatic binder, gas oline tractor manure spreader, and Wo issue a lorn illustrated catalog-- , other modern machines. which w The lecture was illustrated with WE ALSO SEND SAMPLES FREE. colored views and motion pictures. Mention thia papor and wrlto ub fully for anything want in our linn r.x and satisfactory answer. And if anything you buy Lre These not only showed the different exactly 4 " ""fS.VtZ f""? " " returneil and vour munky will lmn.i..i.. . UfiUlZIJ. .uiiuuumrajr farm machines in operation, but the Meakrs Retail Mordants Assea'aliw. Failread Fares Refiaded at Certaia Tines. audience was taken on a trip to the A House Established SO Years Ago. The Largest In Its Line. International Harvester Company's system of plauts, where the machines The Third arc made. Bright and The farmers and others in atSpot. Market tendance followed the lecture with interest. It containedmuch information. When we consider the millions of farms in.the United Taken up by Dr. T. J. Slaton, States, to say nothing of the rest of living in Greenville, Ky., one calf the world, and the big crops raised about one year old, marked two on these farms, we realize that the Y. M. C. A. NOTES. x splits in right ear and crop off of making of farm machines is a large left car, and valued by T. L. Roll and important industry. The Junior nnd Intermediates arc at $7 50. Dr. T. J. Slaton states In spite of the fact that the cost now tied for Inst place in the Hible 879- 1911 under oath that be has not chamjed of raw materials and wages have class contest. The standing is as any of marks of said calf. Subscribed greatly advanced since the organ follows: Intermediates no points, and sworn to before mc by Dr. T. izaliou of the International Harves- Juniors 1 10 points, Scniors5o points. J. Slaton, this, 7th. day of Nov. tor Company, the price of farm Some men who are not members of machines is but little more now the Men's Bible class do not know 1911. than then. It was pointed out that what they are missing or they would J. H. Lovell, J. P. the modern binder, composed of undoubtedly be at this class. The We are most grateful for the many favors extend and Juniors havo Taken up as astray by J. II. more than 1,200 separately formed Intermediates parts, and made of the best steel, found out so consequently the ma Pittman, living in Greenville, Ky., ed us during the good year 1911; for your kind one Jersy heifer, unmarked, about malleable iron and seasoned wood jority of points. All the classes 30 monhs old, valued by J. E, is to day the cheapest thing a farmer meet on Sunday afternoon, visitors indulgence for whatever has appeared as a Coombs and Frank Richardson at buys, Taken pound for pound, a are welcome, On next Tuesday afternoon at 5 $io. Subscubed and sworn to by binder costs him less than his plow shortcoming; for encouraging words in appre J, H, Pittman before me, this, Nov. or cast iron cook stove. The price o'glock the Hoard of Directors of of binder twine has steadily fallen, the Y. M. C. A. will hold its rou. 30, ion. ciation of our efforts; for courtesies innumer until today it retails for only a lar monthly meeting and this will be J, H. I.ovell, J. P. M. C. jt. little more than half of what it did the last one for this year. There able; for aid on numerous occasions and in di are several important items of busj Union Revival Services at Court House, ten years 3go. During the evening.thc jmues ofinesuto bo handled. AH members will bo union revival servu r lm , yi vers ways iii smoothing oat rough places and" held at the court house, beginning j tarm machines at home and auoartl i are urgea to ue present, a nomi were discussed. It wasm shown. lv luting committee w be appointed v Saturday night, Revs J. M. Harden removing hindrances. made by ihe at this meeting to select names tu' and C. R. Kinnin being the prearh-er- , an investigation and they ask the help of every United States Gove nmcnt, that a fill the vacancies occurring at this The time of fmir members Hay we hop: for your continued patronage upon one. Singers are especially urged six foot binder which a rCeniuckv time to attend, and thus give valuable farmer can buy for about $12500. expire at this time; Mr. W () Dun- nsr $135,. the can, Mr. John T Rejnolds, Jr. Mr. j" assistance in the conduct of the costs the Ii igltsh our assurance of deepest appreciation, coupled French farmer Si 75, the Swedish II. C Lewis and Mr. C. W. Taylor. meetings. Roth preachers are well with a determination to give you improved known hereabouts, and have had tarmer M60, the Russian farmer Following is given the parts of the great success in their work in this $180, the Siberian farmer S187, and constitution covering the nominat ing and voting in the Association service. and other states. Services will be- the farmer ot Germany $203 00. Just now, on account of the mi. 2, sec. .1a1e memuers in gin at 7.30 each evening, and the hour is convenient for most people. over zealousness and agitation of good standing in evangelical church certain petty lawyers, Kentucky es, who are eighteen years of age, L. The Fresh, smoked and salted meats farm ers arc threatened with the may become active members of this OKIliN L. ROARK, Manager Only active members of all kinds at J. E. Coombs & Go's worst sort of hardship in the purch- association. ase of their farm machines and re- shall have the right to vote and hold o 20 market. office. pair parts for same. Art. 3, sec. 2 There shall be an Sad to relate, iu this State there Is a Bankruptcy Notice. law by which any prosecuting attor- election of directors by ballot on Resolutions of Respect. District Court of the United States. ney ean bring suit against any corpo- the second Tuesday in January of Western District of Kentucky. ration doing business in Kentucky; Pond River Lodge, No. M4- In the Matter of Doyey Coal Compa- the Commonwealth pays, the eost of each year, when there shall be cho & A. M. Greenville, Ky. ny, llaukrupt. prosecution, and should n jury assess sen directors to fill vacancies occur Whereas, it hath pleased AlmighNotice of First Meeting of Creditors a fine, and the line ever "be collected, ring annually in said board as here To the creditors of above named the taxpayers- of the county in which tofore provided, who shall enter up ty God, the Architect of the Universe, to call from labor to refreshllaukrupt of Mercer in the county of suit is brought are not benefitted, but on office immediately upon election Muhlenberg .uud District uforsuid, the attorneys and court otiieers put 88 ment our beloved Brother, William Notice is hereby given that on the percent of the fine into their owu and continue for three years or un II. DeWitt, therefore b; it til their successor shall have entered 23rd. day of November. A. D., Hill the pockets. Resolved, that in his death the above nnmed was duly adjudicated Recently one of these suits was upon the discharge of their duties Lodge has lost a trqe and faithful bankrupt; and that the first meeting of brought in Kullitt county. Here is Art. 3, sec. 5 All the officers and member, h,s, a kind and lov lus creditors will be held at the office what the Shepherdsyille News said Directors must be active members of Willis A Meredeth in Greenville, about it: "In the Circuit Court last ing husband and father, and his Kentucky, on the 5th. day of Decemb- Saturday afternoon the jury trying the of the Association. country an energetic and upright Art. 6, sec. 9 At the regular er, A. D., 1U11, at one o'clock in the ease of the Commonwealth vs. the Incitizen. Be it further afternoon, at which time the said ternational Harvester Company of meeting of the HoarH next preceed-in- g Resolved that as a mark of the creditors, may attend, prove their America returned a verdict for the full the anuual election the President claims, appoint a trustee, examine the amount allowed by law,' 5,000. Of esteem in which he was held a copy shall appoint, subject to its approbankrupt, and transact such other this amount, if the verdict stands, the of these resolutions be caused to be val, five members of the Hoard, not business as may properly come before Commonwealth's attorney will get published in the Masonic Home said meeting. &!,.r00; county attorney, S1,L'50; eircuit more than two of whom shall be Journal and the Qreonville Record. WILLIAM L. GORDON, clerk, $500; trustee of the jury fund, from any one denomination, to, nomBy order of the Lodge, this Nor. KKKKKKi: IX JIAN'KHUITCY. 5150; nnd the State SH)0, less Sl-paid inate members for, ejection to the Lauder 24, 191 1. twelve jurors for five days and 5 p.u.d Hoard of Directors. You may hear others sine Caawiikm. Howako the jailer and, lient& leaving tlie State Dcalk of Mr. Joka R. Wells. Lauder's songs, but the only Any active member of the Associ. S4S5 "out of S5.000. llullitt county gets way to enjey them 13 to hear C. A. WlI.LIA.MS Another prominent figure among nothing, and ultimately the farmer ation may present in writing, over Lauder sing them himself. W. D. Blackwei.l Hear this great Scotch come his own signature, to the nominat Muhlenberg's pioneers has gone to pays the whole thing." dian on the Victor and you actCommittee. Hut ultimately the fanners will pay ing committee, within one week afhis reward. Mr. John R. Wells, m ually hear him with all of his delightful witticisms and the his 70th. year, died at his home on more than they imagine. No company ter its appointment, the name of usual touches of comedy. can afford to pay the lawyers a 5,000 Typewriter ribbons, all machiues I"ong creek at 2 o'clock last Saturany active member for nomination, Come and hear some of his license for the privilege of 'doing busiat Roark's selections. No trouble to us day morning, after an jllncss of some ness in a county, and sooner or later and no person, shall Ue eligible for no obligation on your part. length from catarrh and jndjgcstjon. (hey y cirjy.e arge coinpaides front election as a director unless his v iciors. iu 10 jao. 1 erms to suit. Give your job priutinj: orders to He was an industrious, progressive the State. Tp take modern farm name shall thus have been submitout of Kentucky would hot the ted to or nominated by said nomi- The Recokd. farmer, and a worthy citizen, hold, State naek u hundred years, and greating the confidence of his associates. ly committee. WAN TED Good reduce the earning capacity of our nating Mousekeeninu A wide connection of relatives live ','(10,000 farms. This committee will be appointed Magazine requires the services of a in the county, and all who knew him Those who saw "The llomaneo of the on Dec. 5 191 1, and the election representative in Greenville to look cherished his friendship. Inter- Reaper," more fully realize than ever will be held on Jan. 9, 19 12. Every after subscription renewal and to exment was at the Cherry Crove burial before the great progress made by ag- active member of the association is tend circulation by special methods riculture and tho entire business world ground, near Weir, Sunday aftertake notice of the which have proved unusually suc since the development of modern farm requested to noon, and there was a vast assem- machines. To cripple the work of the above. cessful. Salary and commission. blage of relatives and friends in at- .company Hint has made nil this possiPrevious experience desirable, but ble will be to cripple the farms and tendance. Some stores are putting on extra not essential. Whole time or spare the entire business welfare of the help, to care for the holiday shoptime. Address, with references. 1. State. Everything good for Thanksgiving per. F. Fairbanks, Good. Vfavjsokeeplng dinner at J. E. Coomus & co Attendance at the moving picture Magazine, 3&1 Fourth Ave., New LUCKY CHIEF, show continues good, and the films Movers have been abundant for York City. Registered Poland China Boar. Services at Chas. W. Roark was in Owensbo-r- being displayed are of the most the past week, and many wagon J. E. Coombs' Wm at SI, due when service , and Louisville on business sever- pleasing character. The songs are loads of people aud household goods All kinds fresh and salted meats I rendered. al days this week. new and well rendered. have pfcs's"e"d through town. at J. E. Coombs & Co. J. E. COOMBS, GreegYiHe, Ky. lecture-entertainmen- through the ORDER s CLOTHES FR0M us and BY MATT SAVE MONEY. 01 1T1 M 1 Li the Best CATALOG IR1B25. FURNISHINGS, HATS AND SHOES. iot w LEVY'S LOUISVILLE, KY, To Our Friends and Customers GDttr lattk0 fr J. Roark Estate - faly Hear the real Harry 11 b o !;, ROARK Fwriiitire, WdJip&per, Shades, Moldings, ? v Slippers, Gr&ve Vaults. Disinfection ROARK ' Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrppe? 0 BE WELL DRESSED :OME THINGS A YOUNG SHOULD AVOID. LAD"! "I am all right now, thanks to Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy." The same relief is ready for you. Are you sure you do not need it? If Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy helped Chf.rlcs Holmes, why won't it help you? "I was troubled with heart disease, and after reading about Dr. Miles' Heart Kcmstly, I Rot a boitlc. I Rot the Heart Remedy I had to sit up rao. t of the nijjht, and felt very bad at my stomach. Whatever I would cat made me feel worse, and my heart beat very fast. But thanks to Dr. Miles! Heart Remedy, I am all rinht now. I cat good, sleep pood, and feel like a new man, al- though I am almost 63 years old. I have been a soldier in the late war of the rebellion, and was badly wounded." CHARLES HOLMES, Private Co. 11. 54th N. Y. Infantry Volunteers, Walton, Delaware Co, N. Y. Shcrt Gklrts Don't Alwsya Make n Girl Look Youncsr Slik or Satin Raincoat is Net a Utility Garrrcnt. has been before the public for 30 years, most of the time right on the spot where we arc now located. " eai & & & IK Dn't forget that yon ennnot make people think you have cotco lo town .in a motor car just because you wear n silly Uttlo bonnet or a lingo chiffon veil. Don't Imagine that you look younger bocnuso you linvo oloctctl to wear extremely shoj-- t skirt; genorally sneaking, you only succeed "in . ajipearing ridiculous.' Don't buy a cllk or satin raincoat anil then uao It for general utility purposes, ir yon wcnlil be A raincoat, as Its name signifies. Is to be worn in rainy or r;ormy woathcr, art! Is entirely out of place on a ninny d.iy or Tor an evan-Ilrwrap. Don't forgft tlut :h? vrll you wear every dny become vory much rolled fkln. r.nd Is a real raera-- e to clear Your vail may bo ra ily washed In chloroform cr ctter. ; rd will dry in ,tcn minutes. Don't arrarge ycur hair Jurt like "all the girls do now," when it Is the isoFt unbccoiclrg way jou can wear Jt. Remember tfcrt each girl must keep In mind her own Individual style r.ud cater to It with a duo regard, of courre. for the pres; nt styles. Don't choose clothes made on very extreme lines unlera you can afford to. follow evory whim or lashlon. Remember the girl Ib never conspicuous, and lsor c!othc3 never r timet endue attention on the street. ; Don't buy cheap Cswcrs for your hat trimming ard imrglno you are practicing economy. The fowers will .lade with hair a dozen v.carlngs and ;your hat leak shabby. Choose geed ribbon Intrcad. and .whl'c the llrst 'cost will be a little more, the wcarlns riualltle3 or the material will iroro :lhan make it up rklrt until Don't wear a roady-mad- e you have put n Lrald on the lower edge to protect it Irani wear. petDon't try to wear a ticoat with a d:avicg string lit the nnri'it sujogthiy .t the irnh Sli-t!i..waist and ever, the hips", and put It on buttons, . a band to be fastened wl;h books or snap tastcners. The new deaiand drc9s skirts absolutely petticoats. While we are discus sing petticoats, dan't lorgt that the e Fllk ones with a uius'ln or percalli.-will wear much longer than ttioee which arc all of sjlk. The first cost is a dollar or so less. too. well-breroRdy-inndc well-littediiEt-rufll- e The Courier-Journa- l? Our Aim constantly has been to sell the best goods in our lines, at the most reasonable prices. Our services are of the highest grade, our wares the best, and our equipment compares with the best of the larger cities. We endeavor constantly to increase our usefulness. Ml ft ft m HENRY WATTERSON Editor. Wli CAN M 'RMS 11 V()l Our Claim On your patronage is based on a service the duration of an ordinary life time, and a square deal assured every one. The accumulated experience and knowledge of this third of a century are at your command. Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy is kept in thousands of homes as a friend always to be relied upon in time of need, If the first . Sold by all Druggists bottle fails lo benefit, your money is returned. Ask any Druggist, MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. THE RECORD AND THK m SL The J- - L. ROARK Estate ORIEN L. ROARK, Manager WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L & & & FURNITURE Established 1879 Long Distance D Telephones: EALERS IREC TORS 108 Store 72; Home BOTH ONE YEAR FOR 1.15 ptoir.acli trouW" I but a symptom of. anil not V mink of Dyspepsia. In itso'f n (rim disease. yet Heartburn, jmd Indigestion n rca' jhey nro symptoms inly of p certain specific Nnrvii sioknesi mtliins elsv lliat llrst correctly led l)r Shoop It was this hi tint crenllou of that now very popular stomach Remedy lir. tihonp's lte.itor.ulvo. (Joins direct to the stomach nerves, alone tmmglit thnv irrej mid favor to Dr. ;hoo:cnd his Uestoratlce. With- frt We can also give liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier-6urna- l. Com Write Courier-Journal -- The Greatest Rose Novelty of the Century 5A BLUE ROSE- (4)t CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE (lCOKPOKATBD) & TELEGRAPH CO, Tho Now Rose (Violet Blue) Mailed by the Rose Growers as the Fererunncr o? the Corn-Sen- d on for and Price List out that original and highly vital principle, no ouch Instill nccoinpllshinetiU were ever to 1m hall. btomach distri'ss. bloating, liillotiiiiw. bad breath ami sillow nmiplesioti, try Dr. slump s Itestoratlvew-Tttbleor l.liiuid and see for your. Keif what it can and will i'.o. Wo soil and cheerfully recommend pany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send flower Blue Rose. Very ous and hardy. Free Blooming i anywhero in Southern Indiana, Southern Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi a.'.d Louisiana. Wo can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section of the country. We solicit your patronage. Rates reasonable. Equipments and facilities LFLAND HUME," Long clistanoo lines and telephones or this Company enable you to talk almost GrccnlioiiHCH JOHN E. RACKEBRANDT - r rlitcc ton, Ky. Dr. SKodp's your subscription order to this paper NOT to the Courier- Journal. 4 WC1I,. J ttniES C. CALDWFLli T D. I Ride 5 Deal at home as much as possible. Build up your with X JUST RECEIVED Many Patterns of 1912' Wallpaper CHARMING COSTUME This will home town. make you a better home and enhance the 2 market I value of your property. The Greenville Transfer Go I They I meet ail trains, day and night, with" Bus ' and Baggage wagon. KILL, the COUCH and CURE the LUNGS THE OLD RELIABLE PWThien 1 Wsf. White Sewing Machines, in rotary and vibrator; needles, shuttles, etc. in stock for all machines. ROARK'S STORE Get potted plants and cut flowers from Miss Lena Arnold. Take your beef hides to J. E Coombs & Co. and get the cash. Dr. King's New Discovery WITH m you wan1 r, & $1.00. wii Trial Bottle Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. MiK 1 nr HOLUS r. VUlnv5 mw .m w PRICE KOc GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED. service; yive your laundry to Joe Morgan, who will appreciat2 your patronage JJest work, prompt Gures "Golds" in any part of body, Rellrvo AXY rontrh in nn hour. i Zhc 1Rccot6 Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality. Arr HARCOURT Gl ' &2.CO.louisville.K)t ENGRAVERS 1 MANUFACTURING r 1 Vttvir r85rkitt ll' W 2 1 I Dr.Fenner'sCoiighHoney I fall thlt will brintrl Whcro oilier lucifli-ininvcnu a Cure. Taken bcfjro rip, ' Colli ." Hlifuinaiism, iToup. eic. Consunintiuii. Ailiiiia,liroiieintisA 'alarm. E Inllufrua. Wliooplns Couh. lb Dealer. . ThaOOc alio by lunll coc r rciumia.fi. It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the I II I reason we urge you if guying to be careful to get the genuine ht See the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Roark's Telephone No 5 anU your laundry will be called for and delivered. Joe Morgan solicits that grocery order, and will show his appreciatjo by supplying the best goods at th very lowest prices. Quick delivery and courteous treatment. Typewriter ribbons, legal blanks document covers, carbon paper at this office Telephone that grocery want to Joe Morgan and get the best good at lowest prices. Miss Lena Arnold asks the patron age of the public, and guarantees that satisfactory work will be done 4 BUck-draug- 1 j I to Liver Medicine The reputation of this old, reliable medicine, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is firmly established, It does not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not bo the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale than oil others combined. SOLD IN TOWN F2 M III) Compact Perfect . The charm of this C03titme la Us model being tailored felrapllit)'. the vlrtue3 ot designed to exhibit linen and piaue lor ear'.y summer "tub"-- costume3. though for present wear this cut may1 bo admirably excr Parma pressed In aluminum-graviolet cloth. . LEWCTRlCIANam! MECHANIC n.p for rverylxfclr. kit iiij lio it !MrMly, tli Standard Visible Writer Enables the operator to scs every word as written without raising feature. carriage, saving time and troable. Possesses every The 20tii century success. In use by U. S. Government, 157 railroads and largsst mercantile houses in many countries. Handf.orr.c booklet free. THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER CO., 10M0? Lake St., Chicago. AND uie t f Simple, irac-tla- J ,llofiI :f.irc$. Uxm- - New Motor Bcnncts. jn motors has l:ocome bo widespread that the motor ns the everybonnet Is as day liat. There are new ones made ..r. oniirpiv nf wide .ml narrow nlalted friiieHiThoso are mit on a thin cauza fqVtf'pn which Is stiffened with K(PTh"e frills are loften made of and' whito ilbbon. and held In place around the middle of the bonnet band of black velvet. a. Green Is a favorite color for summer. rnmi'Etonegray baa proved a service-X'ttfone. The habit or rldiug t flf copy (tee If you name ' tht paper. SI M J ear. Snmtmoii Pub. Co. Ilcat-- St . Uoiton. Mats. iMmozrrit'y IMIVI: I'IKU'K . Ueautirulpht ly prize contr! V - wn llf It r" .v b ., c n itltklsin, c:,.,.l, q?KiU .PHOTO- -; cleaning, and repairing shop. in her clothes prcssir wv C AmerlennPhatography Ucacon Sc. Coitua, Mjsj. COME and SEE THEM !fb!3 signaturo two-Inc- makes kidneys cad bltader rfgnu Foley's Kidney Cute is on every 'oox of tho genuiae uromo-Uiumne vbe raaedy tbat Laxative Tablet, WALLPAPER Special Prices, at Rodrk's. carat a eefel la eso lf The I L. ROARK ESTATE .1 "I