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Record (Greenville, Ky.): December 7, 1911 Record (Greenville, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Greenville, Ky. : Record Press, 1899- Greenville, KY 1911 rec1911120701_sn87060049 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Record (Greenville, Ky.): December 7, 1911 Record (Greenville, Ky.) Greenville, Ky. : Record Press, 1899- Greenville, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 .V. .. r- - "t t.: .sr..i'rjPEBBBBwai "'TJtrnWOmMmmmM ' . k' ''Record' Advertising Costs NotHltig. Urn It pays for itself. The investment is Get our rates. sure of returns. &f ttltn W2PM WSi Muhlenberg' County I is rich ., g-w- l in coal, iron, timber, potter's clay.S u.iu niv. iiiuai inviting liuiu. in x.CU-J- g jhtucky for investment of capital and pluck. JLA -- 0 VOL. XIII. NO. . GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1911. What Are You Going To Do This Year by way of making your business successful and your domestic life full of pleasure, if you are not supplied with telephone service of the Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company? Everyone should have a telephone. You are connected with all outside important points in local connections with all residences and business houses. For any information call manager, Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Co. Incorporated. THE RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED. J? BORDURES IN VOGUE VERY SIMPLE HOUSE DRESS Made Up in Cashmere, Serge or Linen, This Style Is Very CHOPS ARE SHOWING ABUNDANCE OF THESE MATERIALS. Monon Route Announces New Schedule riiiii nv ni riii in m IHEI. m H H HH. m W Wk H Attractive. This dress is cxoccdlngly simple and would look well In cashmere, serge or llnon: the trimming is of finely striped material or a darker color as pro-Imc- of Fares One Way and Round Trip. iri mm - jf y$. - SJ mm Veilings, Chiffons and Cotton Textures Respond Most Beautifully to Ornamental Bar.dc Pretty Kimono Waist With Princess Skirt. m Tho Is narrow and has a. strap of thu trimming taken down the left sldo oC front to look like a continua - i Bordered mntcrlals are to have an Immense voruo tills summer, and they", are already seen In utmntlnnce In the shops. The veilings, chifrons and cotton textures respond moBt beautifully to these- highly ornamental hands, for such goods, while needing some trimming or other, are hard to be suited-witgarnitures. The bands now. woven at one side or both of the goods suggest striped satin rlbbona, Spanish laces and tho odd arabesques of Indian decorations, and some of the show a riot of tho richest color. Again, threads of black or a heavy blnck band will be run along tho most delicate tints, these giving the materials a very I'renchy look. Along with these handsome new things there are counters and counters of thin tcxtn.es all of which have been greatly reduced, as they belong to the winter supplies and do not show tho latest touches. Nevertheless, these bargain goods are most desirable, as it Is an easy enough matter to supply the effect of a band of ribbon, satin or velvet, and In point of weight and coloring they do not In tho least suggest cold weather materials. gown Of course the betweeu-seaso.calls for a new hat, and oven "with the winter ono headgear must bo lightened now to seom in accordance with prevailing tastes. So here are pprlng hats with us, and such spring hats high crowned, of course, brilliant straws and trimmed nil ways with some, dashing fancy plume or other that goes up to enormous heights. Thoso who prefer satin or silk hats also Ilnd them everywhere, and as It Is quite the thing to make these of one color and trim them with another It Is possible to uso up many .bits of home material if the hats can n The Monon Route announces that it will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago at $6 one way, instead of $8 as formerly, and $iz round trip, good 30 days returning, instead of Si 6. Patrons are offered exceptionally good service by the Monon, which on night trains fiom Louisville operates. Compartment aud Drawing room Pullmans, as well as the usual straight sleeper. The day trains have Parlor and Din ing cars, and the very finest modern, new coaches. Inquiries cheerfully answered by K. II. Dacon, D. P: A., Louisville, Ky. bv'having JfSICK TO WORK AND YOUR WIFE IS WEAK AND AILING THERE'S HOPE AND HELP FOR YOU BOTH IN nfliWM- - JWMr. ELECTRIC run-dow- n; ut b iiaiiu Furniture, Moldings, Wall Paper your Save your home We carry on our floors and in our ware-rooIJarklcy Bros, do flues repaired. the largest variety of Furniturs in this work in best manner. Muhlenberg. If we do not have vhat you want, vc will get if for you. We have factory connections with makcr3 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 : : W BARL8W, are always complete. Wallpaper is nov a staple article of merCrowuauil Bridge Work Jouo at re&uumible, chandise, being used all the year 'round. prices. And we always liv7e full selections, prices OtUce up stairs, In tbeJouea Building. S cents and up per roll. Greenville, Ky. J. H. HAYES Decorator. 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 THEK9, PRICE 50c AMD SLOG PER BOTTLE SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY Bill rnA Painter and Interior All Druggists. DR. J. DENTIST. &(QtaviK? - - Eugntlriug DR3 T. I'ttyHlclnn Oftlee Jlaln-eroCAM ESTOur Engraving Machine is the only one in this part of Kentucky, and we arc exclusively prepared to supply individual Name PUtcs, which we furnish on all outfits without extra cost. J. SLAT0N, lb III . Bridges & Sh AiOB (0.1 and binrccon . street oeiir MnliiHtrect. WAJJC DEPOY, KENTUCKY We announce to our trade and the pubthat our stocks of goods in all depart- ments are larger and better selected than ever in our history. We carry a varied ' line of lic :- -: :- -: I10WAZD. It. GRAY. UidcrtakiHf and tion of bodice trimming, which is round neck and down side. Very fine slightly rucked net Is used frr the small yoke, and a pleating of In designs it edges eleevebands; are either braiding or embroidery worked mi also at front and ur"OUU"-"i- EMbalBtiHg. Coffins in White Enamel and Stained car-rie- it HOWARD & GRAY, ; aMErHBOL fjiM.' r. Materials required: Four yards 48 Inches wide, yard material for trimming, three buttons. FOR THE GIRL WHO CAMPS Some Things That Will Add to the Pleasure of the Summer Outing. Take along a good supply of stories to tell. Around the carapflre at night a good story teller Is an acquisition. Not only is a supply of jokes good; but weird stories, ghost stories, animal stories will all be listened to with avidity. Not all evenings will be spent around the cainpfire. but some will, and the good talker will add much to the evening's pleasure. The girl who can make a good fudge or any other kind of good candy Is usually voted a brick on a campln? trip. If you are not expert, practice a hit beforehand; and remember that in camp you won't have all the conveniences for that you have at homo. , A hot water bottle, musfor tard plasters, arnica, remedies scratches and bruises and blistered feet and mosquito bites this doesn't sound like a hilarious time, but there'll be a good time Just tho same all such things are liable to be in demand. candy-making ready-made- Varnish finish; Caskets in White Enamel, Natural Woods, White, Colored and Black and Copper Cloth Cdvered; Used airtight Caskets; all lengths, and regular, extra and double extra widths. Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes constantly ia 3tock for ?""iHnt deliver" . ....ppcrs, Suits, Drew, Slippers, etc., ia large variety. Oar two licensed Embalmers respond at once to calls for such services. Our general equipment is complete and of highest grade. We have a Funeral Car in service, subject to call anywhere. TeleC3TTwo Private phones, Store 72; Residence 108. Residence 150 yards from store. Prompt service any hour day or night. z-- .uj v Long-Distan- A Little Gao Paint Time Saves $ $ $ w,' in LAWYERS. Office In , A Gretn Ealldlfif, opposite UMcade Hotel. : When your buildings neil patiiUBg.M'erydsy"-delaroirCsnow am costi you money. 1 I Lumfeer o!U toe frost nre selting in lhctrWT& i rjulh ta let It decay fcr wc? c( k IlHlc paiLt. DBS. HELTSLEY & HELTSLEY JKirOPJlTIHf to to to to to to GENERAL MERCHANDISE and cat supply most of the wants. jq( .the. m ory Go. pcopi " Hats, .lite, we offer large selections. In Groceries, Hardwire, Tinware, Farm Implements and such our stocks arc especially strong. In all departments prices will be found the lowest, and your visits will be highly appreciated. ' , x :- -: :- -: PHvetruvg fit It. V, e orlc io nodiins but gouj pit' ov CARTER Strictly Furz Office at Home Hast Main'cross Street. Tofuphono IN'o. Tt. WHITE LEAD Pure Linseed Oil, Pur". Ttrjvrlinc r.r.Q ihs most enpensivw colors The kind of paint we lcs - only years cl wear Lc u "5 monon Route HETWKISN 01 ...ViV - never CfatJa will remove it. ie figure wilh you when rcvly to psloi gimrintee a rctfionablc and durable Dou'W put it oif. job-te- cs The MIEN L. J. L. MARK ESTATE. mu. Master. Telephone No. 254 New stock sewing machine needles at Koark's for all machines. and - Chicago! to to HEST LIKE TO to California and the to Vast Northwest to to Two,train" daily to Louisville French Lick and West Baden Springs. to to Undertaking Department K. ...!.. 1 1 :.y. y We Ask You to take Cardul, for your femalo troubles, because- ve ere sure It Ytrill VV- - II M be turned out by home sewers. On a satin shape of gun metal gray a vivid bluo ribbon was massed so as to hide tke entire crown and shape a vast bow at the back. Hlack and white effects in tho satin and silk hats are also much seen and surely nothing could be smarter than this combination, even though it Involves a black and white effect to a certain extent all threugh the get-uOur illustration shows a kimono watst and. princess skirt, the two details showing admirably together in a pretty gray veiling and moire silk in a matching color. With theso materials white porcelain b&ads are used 'effectively. Tho bodice begins with a closely f waist of the mdire; fitU isb.sd'a't tho neck with a round yokb of the veiling, beaded over. Two crossed bib pieces of the veiling cover the lower part of the-- bodice back and front', these running up to tho yotio band in sharp beaded points. Straight bands of the beaded veiling form tljq gijffs flljy fig narrow folded belt s 'flf the molro. in the deep foot band of the gathered skirt u novel touch Is - given through the thaplng of the upper line, the former straightness of such bands being considered now a little unbecoming to any but the slimmest and most you thru I figures. This model as It stands is undesirable for anything but very dressy frock, but such materials as moussellue and organdy may bo used for it with some variaVeiltion of the style of trimming. ing, chiffon and cashmere, or a thin silk with some pretty wool are other Tialn ttmt Damamlina knl this great femalo remedy WOOLI) 5 HIDESandRUR If II Mm T4T WE BUY UNION STATION, LOU IS V I I,LE. DEAR ISO UX STATION, CUICACO. to Dinin? and Parlor Cars. Palace Drawing Room Sleepers. E. H. BACON, D. P. A., N. V. Wc have just added an Undertaking Department to our -y t" uusntvs, tiuu win carry i tuniprenensive tine oir L,oinns, cas- fj kets, Robes, Suits, Wrappers and Dresses. Also have a Hearse (f in service, on call anywhere. Orders in this line given prompt vl to and careful attention any hour day or night. Wn A? KlAUl !"J nr lf Tninnhnnnf Cfnrn Un f to " Card us jy 1 1 BettgDtakrs. I . I we cas 86 tfJJC to to The BRIDGES 2r & SHANNON CO. ft USE FOR THE FIG BASKET t Berries Served In One of the Little Affairs Seem to Taste has brought relief to thousands of ,olher sick vomcn, so why hot to .you ? For headache, backache, ncrlodleal naim. female weak ness, many havo said U Is "tho best medicine to take." Try it 1 Kekreaee: aay aak ia lmhtiik. fit larawfi Wee I Bags rrct to saifyn. ffrwwr price uh. DEPOY, KENTUCKY v!r w M.SABEL & SONS LwisTilfe, Ky. I Cor. 4 tit anil Market Sts. LOUISVILLE. KY. ? 3? 5? &&&& SSS: wwkiAAi4 HI6 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE NEW YORK Fresher. The little round baskets in which are so often sold arc worth saving. In most households they are thrown away as soon as the figs arc eaten; often tho figs are removed by a servant and the basket immediately thrown away without anyone noticing how pretty It Is. A girl who likes to have things served In original ways can make use of these little baskets if she will take the trouble to save them. They are quite tlat and much the same shape as a saucer, and berries served in one of these little baskets really seem to tasto fresher. Especially does one get tho effect of newly picked berries If tho basket ''Is first lined with leaves nn'd tho berries laid on the leaves. If it Is possible to get the leaves of tho particular berry that Is used It will glve: tho best effect, but If they are hoi In reach other green leaves will do very well. figs Sold in This Citv CLIPPER IS TKE GREATEST M SHOW THEATRICAL PAPER car . mm law race qulcklr ascertain mir oi'Uilon (rco nltetlior aii liiTCiillon Is pruhnbly patent nlilo. ('onminiiloi. UoiiAxtrlctlycouildoritlnl. IIANOBOOK oul'nleuta sent free, tildent ncenry rornocuriiipiitentH. I'ntciitfl luketi tlirouuli Mtinu ft Cu. receive tpeclal notlct, rrliliout clinrt-o- . Initio Aiirono sctidltiR n pkclrti mid dcfcrlptlmi may Designs Copyrights &c. IN THE WORLD. $4.00 Per Year. Single Copy, 10 Cts, ISbUKU "WEEKLY le Happy Happy the girl, or woman, who lias never suffered from any of the diseases of womanliQodj Or, if she has been a sufferer, happy is she if shq haa learned cf the wonderful benefits of Cardui, ti:o woman's tonic! Cardui is. a gently tonie remedy, for women's ailments. It is a natural medicine safe, harmless purely vegetable. It has, been in successful usq for more than 50 years. li has cured thousands, should do the same for you. Sample Copy Free. H.TJKRT Sciettlific tfmeilcan. A hnnrtanmcly lllimtrnted necfclr. iJircest of miy rlcnllUn ttir:uil. 'J'enn.i. f.l a Tciir: four luiitiltia, tl. Sold byull nawsilculcri. FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (Lttf, I't'IlMSUERS, J. BOR1E. 17 W.23TU sr. NxwYor.x iLuuaxR. MUHN8Co.3BNeworl( llrancb onico C2J Y SU Wosblncton. V. C. AT FACTORY PRSCES GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS . 5 r as More than nine out of every ten cases of rheumatism ate simply rheumatism of the rr use'es, due to cold or damp, In oi chronic rheumatism. such cases no internal treatment is required. The free application of JPS TAKE I Woman isTonic Hi 1 1 No. 270 U Milp nl' vehicles Direct front rmr Tact-jrC. O. I), to Consumer nibject to rvtitniu. '.ion . nl It Is of the j;rea!ir.l ImporlauctMo the (Sloho DwiAy & Harness Co. to have every one l101Uul.4 wuli u"4 a jiln.soU u:;l Satisllcil Ciir.lonuT. Ko effe 1 is uiKirctl to mate taclislitpiiienlMKlicxcc.ki t value itt quality of f material, worUtrniiship, fini n atul s:jle vehicle that It will be a Ijj&t'arf Ailvcrtiscmcnt VHitPy ut Vj t; " '- -! 'V-j- - i 1 adaptable materials. Watches. Every year watches become more beautiful and more to be compared with the exquisite ones of the eighCosts vorr Uttlo. Droves vory for lawns, iltior jariln, teenth century. Enameling Is an art W'i ma It o fenclntr for ln.viia, which has been revived with great iloor ynrtU, Held, Uok auil poultry AVrlto ftirrntaluff. success, and now the most beautiful UNION FENCE CO., shades and blendings of color can be " .9 V -- ..J Knnsaa City, Ma. DeKalb. 111. produced. Among many old wonderfully mado watches reproduced this season Is a French one, very thin, Its undulatlug CSMcCracken has the large.' t edgo outlined with gold leaf. The 13 nil that is needed nnd it is cerback of the watch, and almost tfte stock of dials for timepieces ev( r Give it js coverea wun ncn diuck carried in the county, and' can f't tain to give quick relief. eniiro iaco, a trial and see for yourself how enaraol, on which are painted tluy. but very natural, roses, conYolvuli, anything from the court Ijouse clock quickly it relieves the pain and aoreness. Price 25c; large size, 50c. to a toy watch. and daisies with their foliage. baUb-fhcto- ry Bar-tltii- iii. nprovnlau3od.iSltcelrin!. 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. I had backache and nearly everything a woman could suffer with, until I took Cardui. Now, 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 - .is .'4 s iniment ntid liriiiKusnmuy orders in return. If we please you, by selling you nit hoi:cstly made btifCRy atid at a price less the MMdfcman's Profll. jou will Or.r recommend cur pood to your Gunrantroisabsohitelv nurocd toourc.:stonicrs as it would Ik-- t j n dealt r. 1 f j'.ocdunro not as represented your money is returned to you. You Wo mnnufarturo honest Vehicles nnd Harnrns. line our customers money, II!! ordcro pi ompt.'j. Write for olt Free ItutUty and Harness t'cta!oj',ue. BL0BE BUGGY'S HARNESS COMPANY OENSBORO. KENTUCKY .i!ie r.o as1 Write to: Indies Advisory for Special Instructions, and Dept., Chaihaoeca Medicine Co., CliattanQAs. book, "Home Treatmcat lor VcmcnA,,asR.tlr Tcwu f 56 riK. Subscribe fcr lire Record Only 50c, '. 1 ft-- i., ? III! ' 1 RKCKP t BENEFICIAL rBSIODICAL it!f(-Mtki- fvspapcr. UT Of Interest to. Every Dcvcfed South-crse- r. FCnUBriBi) TUCUKIIATX RECORD PRESS, x The Confederate ' etcrin. Nush- - L. Isaacson invites the people of Muhlenberg county to come to his store at Central City and supply their wnntt in clothing, shoes, dry goods, n'otions, etc., at the lowest prices ever knosrn in this section. PrMhtunt. Kin. Omc I.. ItOAUk. .;:fnwc L. l.sn?-l2tJns- it Koakk, HoiTOk. Ttlstiltsno, So. 72. ADVASCE. vVCrSTS PER YEAR. IS t i ,nv, V.l wtri n il (lit t.-i I i ,i pr- - .ii i im iuo--. thank. liiw :nry notli-c"-. rtr . if net 1h ;ini, :itw ,nl.llii'.l tivf. A '.!. IP JMil'.lT r of th. will ti:n vl"'" N Vft" V hHfpr.a topC-i. i sample agpptvn will will jt line lo variation will ( V)t maf for vr! ihta rule lo in yoi'o. malh'tl. A mUM-un- rtttMnli wH ! tmortttcl. lf r.irnlt)rt in rwrwi. l nlid H:kr a!l r" THURSDAY, IJytoreU MCEKBIR 7.1?!!. iih at Uw Ortuvlllo. Heeowl-clii- !ty., powicfllc Matter . will be glad to Thk lobstcis know that the Government, on the appeal of humane societies, has forbidden tha cooking of live fish in Yellowstone lirk. . It has been a sporting habit iir that famed locality to catch fish in the cold water springs and immediately cook them m adj scent hot spri:g without the formality of taking them from the hook. was the first producer of coal, in 1S14, and has been by far the largest producer in the Punksyiaama nates information about soldiers of the war on both sides; it has long ' represented officially every general Confederate organisation, and is enthusiastically supported by the men and women who ate familiar with it. While ardently tloyal, as its name indicate?, it is so dignified in tone and so patiiotic that it maintains not only the respect but the good will of "the other side." The Veteran is doing an important work in hel i to establish records for dependent men who wore the gray and lbs widows of such who seek pensions. Hfides, i: secures inter communication between friends of the long ago whose inquiries are printed gratuitously. The Veteran is printed on line paper and is illuss trated with engravings. It is one of the most creditable magazines in the country (price, Si a year), and the Editor prides himself in the assertion that 111 the of over four millions of copies he has not heard of fourteen complaints. S. A. Cunningham, ihc founder, who has been at the helm these nineteen years, requests this nut ice and that all who may be interested will write a postal for sample copy. high-clasn ville. Tcnn., requests notice in every Give Jdias Southern newspaper. It dissemi- pressing; ring 2 Lena Arnold your and call will be BRIZENDINE'S ON Hurr Grist Kill. My new burr grist mill U m operation; call on your merchants for White Flint meal. Also ready to furnish the public with chicken fectl and chopped corn. jl2S J A.SfelAYKK. 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 Knday, Dec. 15th. Articles will be on sale promptly at 2 o'clock on the above mentioned date, and nothing willbe sold before that hour. Give us your job work. If you want that dead watch or clock put to work, lctMc have it and he will put it to running. Large 15 Inch Glass Vase For 5 Cents. Regular price of these IS cents, but to induce early Xmas buying you may have these Saturday ONLY for 5 cents. U'MJWl'JlilTlH'mf'liJil COOPER1 LOOSE FLOOR . (or. m. m Water Streets fter l. (. SNSVILLB, siosceiooetatitttsettesstiatetsotsi ee KY. ; FOR TEAMS. u can drive your wagons in on r's Loose Floor night or day. INTERESTING EVENTS IN GHI RR A 60 -- Tlio quality of Lamp OH you use counta immensely ror or ngnli.st jour comfort and health. There's a perfect oil niado for peoples who give thought. It is DAILY each sale. AUCTION SALES - NINtTEENTH NATIONAL refined frm Pennsylvania-- Crulc Oil tho beat over made full, while name novcr flickers no coot no odor. Costa no mcro than interior tarik-wnRoils eaves money aa well na eyes and comfort. Your dealer has It In original barrels direct from us. SOLITE OIL Money paid irnmediately after eo. 9. tt(eeeeio9eioo9eotii(isistaii Market now open. The lirst few djys of autumn not necessarily of the autumn of the calendar, tut cf iutur.n j weatherare likely to be marked b an outbreak of colds. 'I hen many who have bc.n free frcm this dis agreeable ailment, and therefore States- have dismissed all thought of it from their minds, are suddenly forced to TiiJi division of the oil Trust into recognize that they have nozes and thirty-thre- e seperate corporations mucous membranes. calls to mind the Greek legend of It is indeed discouraging to find tha hydra. This monster could not that living all summer virtually in be destroyed ly decapitation; on the open air has not apparently thq contrary, when its hc.nl was tut made us more resisteut to the off it sprouted three, and for each influences that produce cold. We fbi the three removed three grew in have lived in drafts natural drafts, f;er the thin! rom- their places. through open windows and on .m.U;ULi,i;Huuiiyii iiiwuaici . United Stat?s, according to the United States Geological Survey, having now a iccord which surpasses all forcigft countries except England and Germany. Ile:.nst Ivaua's total production iir.ee the b ginning oj miuiog has been .432,071.767 short tons, or more than one half ol the total production of the United I The Prevention of Colds. IGATION ... .. .. ; Ira ChaS, C. SMI OH CO., Lomsvffle, Ky. Itennemr nt Wn pron Motor Gasoline. ''o Carh" An to Oil. 1 Hlgh-grad- . o 11' .Bm.ilOBut CONGRESS DECEMBER 5 TO 9 The object and purpose of this Congress can best be expressed in its motto, "Save the forests, store the floods, reclaim the deserts, make homes on the land," to which might be added "drain the swamp and make homes on the land." There are in the United States 75,000,000 acres of swamp land, non productive, a menace to health, and a deterrent to 75,000,000 acres divided acre farms means homes "for or 000 families, I0.000.000 of our FURS MARKET PH1CE PAID FURS AND HIDES Wool on CommlHlon. Write for list mentioning this ad. AND HIDES HIGHEST rUU HAW We solicit your business and will use our best elforts for your interest, As this is our 25th, year, wc ask ycu to make this the Biggest year in the history of the Loose Floor Market. The fairest way to sell tobacco, Every Buyer attends' each sale. You will get the Higcst-Marke- t Price. Respectfully, , JOHH WHITE & CO. lsto. LAXATIY 'JP iTffn-SYf.- the use of a goodlx-ativto keep the bowels orcn and prevent tha polson3 of undigested food from gettlnjjinto yoar syste.u. i ne latest product tf sdenca i VELVO Lxxathc Liver Syrup, purely vegetable, gentle, reliable and of a pbasant, cronatic taste, Vdvo acts en tho liver, as well as on the s.omacli and bowels, and iscf hq groatest posslblo efficacy in constipation, indigestion, biliousness, sic c headache, feverishiiess. collc.flatulance. etc. Trv vr i Physicians Advise E. & W. D. COOPER, , , , . ilCJUUL MHIT m A Clean Man Outside cleanliness is less than halt' tho battle. A mm may scrub himsclt a dozen times n dav. and RtiU ."."j ivii umy uuuiuu, put insiue. ic attain a clean stomach, clean bowels, clean blood, a clean liver, and new, clean, healthy tissues. The man who is clean in this way will look it and act it. He will work with energy and think clean, clear, healthy thoughts. He will never be troubled with liver, lung, stomach or blood disorders. Dyspepsia and indigestion originate in unclean stomachs. Blood diseases are found where there is unclean blood. anu nroncmus mean uneleun lungs. s seven, if all cutroir, would have been replaced The by eighty one. d Greeks did not believe a monster to be less dangerous than a single-heade- d one: the more heads it grew the more venomous the hydra was esteemed to be. Will a multicephalous Oil Trust prove less offensive than the monster that had but one head? many-heade- Tiiurk has' been a good deal of dynamiting in recent years.. Let us hope, that we 'have reached the end of that sort of warfare upon society. A good many bankers were convicted without arousing any protest that it is the result of a conspiracy against capital. .Now let it be possible t'o try, and even to convict aman-o- f 'thc crime of dynamiting without any passionate protest that it is an effort to destroy labor organizations. It should be possible to proceed against a man accused of crime without arousing a storm of protest that the Irish or the Jews or the Yankees or laborers, or capitalists or any other class is being surreptitiously attacked. SurpRFiciAi. scruiinyof the vital statistics yields ihc Jews a promi- nent position in the sanitary world, if longevity nerves any index, of hygienic living. Willi the average length of life for all CbriGtian people placed at 36 years moniha (ioo) the Jew may hope to reach 48 years 9 months. Neufville ' 055) inquiring into the comparative duration of life and causes of deaths of Jews and Christians, in h Frankfort, learned that of the Jewish population was living Jbeyund 71 years, while only of their neighbors was living 'beyond the age of 59 years 10 month's. Abbott claims that "they (J. c. Jews) are much less frequent- ly the subjects of tubercular and . acute epidemic diseases than any other race of maukind. Why should this seeming vital superiority exist? According to Richardson, "the causes are simply summed up in the term 'soberness of life.' The Jew drinks less than his 'even Christian;' he takes, as a rule, better food; he parries earlier; he rears the children flic Jiau brought into the world with agreatcv personal care; he tcuds the thoughtfully; he takes .aged aio better care of bis poor and he takes better care of himself. Tn this might have been added that througti religious' customs hygienic tenden-eic- s became an inheritance. 1 1 one-fourtone-four- th much as sneezed. Now, with the first drop in the temperature below the point of comfort, we look angrily for the source of the air placing round our heades, pull down the windows, close the doors, and begin to wonder if the weatherstrips do not need renewing. Then in a. day cr two qorjies the cold, and we blame the air for" it. The real cause is the lack of air, or rather the stagnation and impuriy of it. The bacteria which cause colds there are several varjties of them are always close by, if not actually in oxr noses, but thoy can do us no harm as long as the system, fortified with fresh air and exercise, is able to repress their growth. The balance, however, between-thresisting and attacking forces is so nearly even that it takes but little to disturb it, with the result that the system may become the weaker of the two. Working for a few days in the office or the shop, or the schoolroom, with windows sealed to keep out the cold air; or worse yet, sleeping for a few nights in a bed room with windows closed, because the blankets have been put away and it is loo chilly to sleep without them, is quite sufficient to ovcthrow the balance and give the microbes the upper hand.- Then a draft really js harmful at least the little draft that creeps round the sash of the closed window or through, the crack under the door. The way to make it nnocuous is to increase the size") of it, to open the windows and the door, and let the air sweep through in great volume, as it did in the summer. If the autumn air too crisp, put on an overcoat, but do not shut the windows until you are forced to do so by snow or hard frost; and then do not shut them completly or keep them shut all the time. - healthful as land that has Iwavsl been dry, and will be the most productive of all lands, because it is composed of the rich soil brought down bv the rivers, deposited and mixed with the decayed vegetation of centuries. On account of the deversified ownership and state complications it would seem that the United States Roverment is logically the authority to redeem these lands along the lines pursued in the reclamation of the arid lands of the West. The results of irrigation of the and lands of the Far West, and the possibilities of the drainage of the swamp lands of the Great South, and elsewhere, wjjl be given the particular attention in an elaborate program that has been planned for this congress. Delegates from all parts of the country, as well as foreign rerpesentatives, have been invited, and a goodly attendance is expected. LAND SHOW, NOY. 18 Wives And Mothers Let Us Help You Save Something Cannot Buy, jVUny a wife Yoi Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery It makes n man's maide elsaa cleans tho digestive organ3, makes pure, clean blood, and clean, healthy flesh. It restores tone to the nervous system, and cure3 nervous exhaustion aad prostration. It contains no alcohol or drugs. Constipation is the most unclean unclcanliness. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pel lets cure it. They never gripe. Easy to take as candy. prOYcats these diseases. and healthy. It habit-formin- g to DEC. 9 adjoining buildings at the Union Stock Yards, Chicago, and a display of many thousands of the finest breeding cattle, horses, sheep and swine makes It a grand contest of champions. Slaughter Tests, Packing House Exhibits, Collegiate and Farmers' Stock judging Contests, National Breeders1 and Stockmen's Daily Sales, Meetings, Public WAN l'I2D Good Housekeeping Brilliant livening Entertainments. Magazine requires the services of a Best reached by fast and efficient representative in Greenville to look train service of the after subscription renewal and to exCENTRAL tend circulation by special methods which have proved unusually sucRAILROAD cessful. Salary and commission. Tickets, enervations train time, Previous experience desirable, but not essential. Whole time or spare and specific fares from your station lime. Address, with relerences, J. may be had of your local ticket agent. G. II. BowiiK, G. P. A. V. Fairbanks, Good Housekeeping Memphis, Tenn. Magazine, 301 Fourth Ave., New stance. The finest grown, and readyj" for your table. "Buy an assorted dozen cans. C. & S Coffee the coffee that costs less than usual per cup. DECEMBER 2 to 9 s No finer drinking- can be bought. and This show wi)l be held in the InterThese arc just a few suggestions from our big store full, national Amphitheatre and twenty cqme $nd s,ee. L1YE STOCK EXPOSITION well-know- n An ocular demonstration of the agricultural and horticultural development of lands throughout the United States. An attendance of over 400,000 is predicted this year. Be sure and visit the Illinois Central you. Exhibit of products grown in the These two of groat southern states Then Louisiana and Mississippi. past wished for just a little more time before Christmas. Things to be clone piled up so fast in the two or three weeks previous to the big day that something was slighted orsomething broke and usually the nerves were the first to give way, Time you. czinnqt buy but you Qan so arrange your housework, ladies, especially your cooking, that you can save a considerable part of the time that is yours. Buy supplies that have quality in them, also supplies that can be prepared with the least possible work. " We mention a few: CAMPBELLS' SOUPS are big timp savers. Pure; wholesome, appetizing and very nourishing, more than a dozen different kinds all good. HEINZ' BEANS, PICKLES, MINCE MEAT, etc., a long line of the best-eve- r foods all ready, for use. Hours every week can be saved if you let Heinz 57" Varieties assist in years . tnd mother has are just two big time savers. there are money savers too. Hart's Peas for in- country-famou- Be Sure Your New Home Is Lighted By Electricity The best homes and apartments are wired, for electric light. No other light compares with electric light in convenience arid safety. Every home can nqyv afford electric lighting because new Edli son Mazdi Lamps give mpre light than any other lamps using an equal amount of electric current. New Edison Mazda Lamps are now strong enough, for 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. W. H. BRIZENDINE & CO. TIE FIRS! NATIONAL BANK CREENYI1XE, KENTUCKY DIRECTORS W, A, Wickliffc,' W. G.. Duncan, G E. Martin, R. T. Martin, E J. Purycar, C M. Martin, Jno. T. Reynolds, Jr, The standing and responsibility of the men who constitute our Board of Directors are a guarantee of careful, judicious management, ILLINOIS Come in and see these lamps (fteeoville . to-da- y. ', Light & Water (0. Yc.--l; pity. Needles for all sewing machines at Sec Bnz's Saturday specials! Roark's. S3 The Cypress Trees 1 l expre: (Blick Lake Swamp, Muhlenberg County, Kenluckj'.) 3 POWDE Hi iAKES E BAKfNO EASY ll 1 i I light Biscuit Flaky Crusts The only Balcmg Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar V (. R. R. LOCAL TIME CARD. The Old Inn water tank is being removed. Fish Wednesday and Saturday at J. Ii. Coombs & Co. xo. 122 l(k! 101 k0 niiutii norMi. Lonlrtvlllo F.iu-..11.4") I . Pndlicah an Cairo tccu:: 11 Fulton tirofuiuiittlntion ... 12.40 pin New OriuiiiiH xmi-lu- t a. 10 lint lOtl . O. (Louisville txtMr. only) 1.20 am Jiiiio5; 1011. V. G. CuAwroui), Apt. 101 NO. VM Clticlinia;l lLvjuvs.-- i LouUville Lluiitttl.. . . Vii Cuiltral Cltj lU't'Mininoilittloii tVTH bui a. . .'I ii in i.uy niit 7.15 Jim am We sentinel the lone waste places Of swamps that are low and dim, Line on line for the conflict, Tall and silent and grim. In the dawn of that far-omorning We stood in serried lines The trees all clustered together, And next to u; stood the pines. But great was the Master's cunning A wisdom no man may know; So H S2nds t'le pines to the uplands, While we to the swamps must go. Tall and mystic and brooding, Waiting the long years through; Men drive us away from the swampland, But we come to the swampland anew. For here we're master builders, Lifting the soil from the slime, Holding the drifts in decaying. Bringing the earth to its prime; Turning the low waste spaces To soil that's black and deep, Till we are cleared from our places That men may sow and reap. Mystic and brooding and silent, Huddled together we stand, Pickets in reedy marshes, Guards of this lone, low land. Dark are the aisles of our forests, Tangled with briars and vines; Few there be who know us, Few who can read our signs. The lone owl broods in our branches, The brown snakes come and go, And still we whisper a secret No man shall ever know. ff CLOTHES FROM US AND SAVE MONEY. We Handle None Levy's Special Suits Sor Men BuS Otir stoclic aro ho lartro that yem lmvo every style and pattern, and bIzo, and ohaDe .ieJcct: and tvo make buying BY KAIL, Juot as easy and satisfactory as you can de Wo hr.vo optcial things that you can cot NOWHERE ELSE, such as : . ' t:$: -- 'I the Best. m in th?lS at Levy's Special Boys' Suits with 2 pairs of Pants and all the Loading Linos of CATALOG IRE33. issue a WE ALSO SEND SAMPLES Wo FURNISHINGS, HATS AND SHOES. narsr and vrito ancwor. ard catisfactory Mention thin And if anything you buy hero i T no't returned and vour MONEY will fc ( .ui;umii!iy Railread Fares nn fulK fov nnuthlnrr , i Wemkrs Retail Wcrckaals Association. A Mouse Established GO Years Ago. The Largest in Its Line. Muki oJ FRFF! J.VC.C illustrated catalog whieh we JM IcntUSBl. ' l.'Pt0m?t Wlnt ic maV be UJNiliSU. m..f. at Ccrtaia Times. The Bright Spot. 1 YY'S ane ;ers, uoo A I) Third and Market i .. " Communion service at the Presbyterian qhurch next Sunday mornAll the members of the phurch ing. are requested to be present. Serv ice at night beginning at 7 o'clock. The Cooper loose leaf warehouse is making a bid for Muhlenberg trade. Sec their ad. in this issue. Lisn HARRY M. DEAN. :4 Do earlv. your Christmas Have youi clothes pressed: Miss shopping Arnold will do the work in best manner. Last Thursday was the finest Thanksgiving day we have had in many years; the weather was ideal, bright and calm, and not tdo cold. ThefThanksgtun'! service .t ihc Baptist church was htrgriy attended, and the sermon- by Rev.- O. A! IJarbce was a worthy, inspiring effort. - Tttrkcys for sale by Mrs. R. Ii. Frailer, Powderly, Ky. - ir'fx Alic tiur;fruit cake? t"...-.T- i ii i.. " '.-- '& to: f . Window glass, all sizes and very low in price. 8x16 inch glass, s Mr. J. L. Morgan hopes to be in for 5c. We have the largest his new home in a few weeks, the stock in the county, and are prepar plastering. now being done. Taken up as astjay by J. II. ed to cut to any odd sue. Try us. C. M. Howard & Cq. , Pittman, living in Greenville, j.y., . Honey in the co.mb at Howard's. one Jersy heifer, unmarked, about This fire alarm buisness is get- 20 monhs old, valued by J. E, Very .fine. ting to be loo general and numerous. Coombs and Frank Richardson at The revival services at the court Greenville has never had so many Siq. Subsciibed and sworn to by house are drawing good-size- d aud fires in the same length ot time as J. H. Pittman before me, this, Nov. iences, and considerable interest is during the past ten weeks. ?o, 1911. being manifested. J. H. Uvell, J. P. M. C. 4t. The Woman's Auxiliary will have Miss Le"na Arnold will appreciate aprons, fancy work, hankerchiefs, Taken up as astray, by W. S. your laundry and cbthes pressing. dolls, cakes and candy, and a num- Mathis, at his farm five miles East Call ber of other things for sale at' their of Greenville, Ky., one red and for prompt service. bazaar, which will be held at the Y. white heifer about i months old, Many visitors will be entertained M. C. A. December 15th. A nice unmarked, and valued by W. P. here during the holiday season, and lunch for ten cents will be served Royal at 2.00. returnuig students and others will during the afternoon and evening. Subscribed and sworn to before make Vriariy .homes happy. me by. W. S. Mathis. This Decem. Mr. J. E. Coombs last Friday ber 2nd., 191 1. killed a hog of his own raising, and For Sale. J. J. Rice, J. M. C. C. 43 4t. it was the largest he has handled A seven 100m house with water this season, weighing 443 pounds-net- . We have opened a cask of H. J.' on Hopkinsville street, The porker was a fine one, Heinz dry pack white kraut. C. lot 85 by 300 feet. and attracted much attention. ' M. Howard & Co. D. S. Duncan. 4t 1 1 1 5- -? 1 and-light'- . The annual grub fight, last Thursday, was pulled oft without ;any fatalities, so far as reported. Considerable of the coal being delivered here now is from c- r shipped from nearby mines, the price is the same, 8 cents per bushel, as charged fram.locn! banks, and deliveries can be made in any Fresh, smoked and salted, meats kind of weather. of all kinds at J. Is. Coombs & Co's market. New dill pickles arc in at How020 ,. ard's. . Stray Notice. wasjLencral Thanksgiving field Taken tip by J. H. Loyell, as astray, living two miles west of day' for hunters, ami quails had ihcj1. m mIu' calf,- more itttfr' thsi 'day t! h Greenville? (fjvc 'luVug ihc dark brown, unmasked, b) haye had m will M. L. Doggcss at 6. This, the season. Scores of people, went oit day of November, jof town, and marvelous to state. nth. Subscribed and sworn to before some fine b.igs were secure, even me by J. H. Lovell, this, Niv. 11, uuuti .inverse nunung conditions, every scciion worth huhiing being . 9 overcrowded. J. J. Rice, J M. C. C. I Monday morning drew the usual large crowd out, and the fire department was quickly at Joe Long's bakery, where a stove was allanie. The b!az? was quickly extinguished. with small loss. A 6 o'clock fire alarm Let Mc fix your cloc';. ane Diners 10 Sonic specials lor the CI ildrcn Staple and Gift Articles in FURNITURE ROARK Wslcr Tank Removed. Messrs I,utn ir hUdcs" have sold the water lank that was connected with ihc Old Inn to the Central Ci:y EL'citic Light C:.. and the wirk of taking down the tank was done this week, and shipment made. The tank was erected several years ago and water was secured from, a deep bore well underneath. It has cot been in use tjnee the installation of our water system. The new owncra will use it to store water to run the engines of their plant, aa they have dug a well that produces in abundance, and they figure a substantial saying, as their water bill has been about S600 per year. The tank has a capacity of 55,000 gallons, and is a good one. PowdcrJy. Mr. Henry Fifer and.wi Ye Governor Appoints Police JiJgcVwT aftflieie All kinds, fresh and salted meats at J. E. Coombs & Co. Service on the I. C. has been irregular for the past week, wrecks and various delays being numerous. The strike of the machinists is still in force, and the places of the men are not being filled to, much extent. Engines and rolling stock are suffering from neglect, and trains with double-header- s are common. New crop N. O. molasses; J ill We leave it to you to say how good is epidemic continues it will ,be necessary to provide our furniture polish. We know it Js the best we cu buy, aud sell under a guaranhorses and have a paid fire fighting tee. If not the best you ever used, return force. and get your money quick and plcas-antl' RQAR. The Woman's Auxiliary is plan$ew evaporated, peaches, prupes, ning for the largest bazaar ever held in Greenvjlle. t is earnestly hop- raisins, citron, lemon and orange ed that all the ladies of the town peel, at Howard's. will contribute something to be. sold The bridge between own ancj thg at the bazaar. Already a great many things are being made for this cjepot gave way last Friday, and bazaar that will attract those want- traffic was detoured for a day or two until repairs could be made. The ing niqe Christmas presents, break was discovered in time to pre. Judge T. J. Sparks and family vent any accident to teams. have moved into their new home, Persons who desire to do some on North-Main- , and it is one of the charity acts may have most attractive residences on the real opportunity by requesting letters street. written to "Santa Claus." ' Post- "Holiday shoppers arc getting real masters are now directed to deliver busy. these letters to persons who ask for them. The Stud'obakcr Co. has anThe court of appeals last week nounced that it wjll sell its autoupheld the validity of the stock law mobiles on time, same as plows, pianos, subscription books, etc. in every particular, removing the When the terms are made nothing last point which may be attacked, down and the same per year, we and now that this point is settled fully, it only remains to enforce the want a runabout. If this fire, y. The pictures of the Passioif Play were given at the Alice theater last Friday and Saturday, and drew immense audiences.' The line of pictures being shown arc at all times excellent, and. the patronage is increasing. The postoffice department has isopen sued a ruling thai hereafter letters kettle, not the canned kind, at addressed to "Santa Claus" shall be ' Howard's. delivered to any person who call for them. Heretofore the missives of "Steeple Jack" Johh Card well the little ones have been sent to the had work that exactly suited him dead and although letter office, this week in the removal of the thousands of persons over the counwater tank at the Old Inn. The try have pleaded for these letters, higher the work and the greater the that they might carry out the desires risk, therein docs John find greater of the children, the requests have pleasure. John has worked for been refused, and the mail all sent years for the telephone company, to the dead letter office. The new and.it has been said of hi,m that the Qrder is a most desirable one, and only way possible to get him to dig will doubtless result in many clari a hole was to promise him that he table acts in every city, town and might climb to the top and attach hamlet of this broad country. Lst the cross arm to the pole. the little ones get busy,. as there is now hope of attention. ' I. C. Wreck 1 Friday. : . : "The Cypress Trees," from the pen of Mr. Harry M. Dean, is offered to our readers as a poem that will appeal, on account of its local application, and because of its liter ary worth and beauty. Mr. Dear. has written considerable verse, anc' this we consider among the most worthy of his efforts. Howard will receive today thu first of the 1911 crop of Culifornir walnuts. Auxiliary of tlu; have a ba.aar o"ii 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 prizes will be given for the most or iginally dressed doll. Every onr invited to enter this contest: and the: dolls will be sold at the bazaar. The Woman's Y. M. C. A. will Tram No. 10 was ditched at Iron Ore hill, about 30 miles east of Paducah, last Friday afternoon, the cause being spreading rails. On account of being late, the train was limiting at a very high rate of speed, and it is miraculous that no one was killed. The engineer and firemen were pretty badly shaken up, and several passengers were injured, but none fatally. The cars were of steel, and stood the shock spleudid ly, doubtless avoiding the wrckage qatching fire. Mr. C, Y. Taylor, of this city, was a passenger, but csenped injury. , Sunny Tutt, colored, suffered the loss of his . home and lis rontenl last Fiiday about 5 o'clock. Tntl lives near the old fair grounds, and he and his wife were out at work near the home, which was enveloped in flames before iliey discovered it. Give us your order for fres.h meat. Coombs & Co. Quick delivery. Santa Clays goods are open at Hrizendine's, and everyone is ia vited to call. R. Martin & Co., have kindly offered a nice pri?e far the most or originally dressed doll. All ladies arc urged to enter this contest. Many beautiful dolls arc As this will be now being dressed. the leading feature of the bazaar which wjll be held in the gymnasium of the Y. M. C. A. from Chattanoogf , Tenn , vibitii g the family of W. II. Hansbr.i. Miss Stella Nixm las lemincd from an extended ibii 10 htr sister Mis. Guodall at Morton's Gap. Mrs. O. G. Simmons is visiting friends and rclatms at ht r old home in West MoreUnd, Tenn. Mr. Lee Longest went to Browder Friday where he will assist his father in the mercantile business. He will be greatly missed by his many friends here. The usual Thanksgiving festivities were observed Thursday. Several friends of Mr. and Mrs? R. E. Fra-sie- r enjoyed the tountiful dinner given at their home. The Ladies aid of the Baptist church were entertained at dinner by Mrs. Thos. Heltsley. Though Miss Allme Martin, of Owensboro, who was to have been the guest of honor at au S o'clock dinner given Thursday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Lee Edwards did not arrive, owing to the death of her grandmother, yet the following were pleasantly entertain ed: Misses Beula Mercer, Stella Nixon, Pearl Arnold Bessie Longest, Hallie Knight and Amy Longest. Messrs. B.ob Mitchell, Clarence Ueltslcy, Tom. Hicks, A. Mercer, H, Bradley, F. Eaves, F. Robards and II . Heltsley. - - -v The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Y. M. C. A- - will have on display in the s.Q' window of R. Martin & Co's store next Thursday all things Watch contributed to the bazaar. for them. No article will be sold Until Friday afternoon at a o'clock. Come early if you want to buy something nice. he vacancy of the othre of pbHc'c judge, ocrasinucd by the death hC II DeWitt.-habeeu filled iy the appointment of Rev J. 11. James, who received his commission from Gov. Wd'son yesterday morning. 'I he friends ol boih Mr. Jan.es and Mr. x. E. McCrackcn had forI " IT, ' warded petitions to the Governor, who chose Mr. James, and the appointment is satisfactory to all par-ticas the aupointee is a capable gentleman, and will fill the position with honor. s, Give your job printing orders to The Record. 1 re for Christmas? You don't need to wait until the week before Christmas to select that Victor or Victor-Victrol- a. Come in now and pick it out- - we'll arrange to deliver it at any time you say. $10 to $250. There's a Victor at every price Easy terms to suit. j law. See Coombs Sc Co. before you Typewriter ribbons, all machines The Record 50c. per year. at Roark's sen your beef bitles. 027 s The home of aunt Mag Harbin, colored, located near the home of Dr. J. G. Bohannan, was completly burned about 1 30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, and there was very little J saved from the building. The alarm was given, and the fire Aunt Mandy Pradley, colored, department responded, but it was died at hor home at Oakland Tues- impossible to reach the fire. The day' night, from dilatation of the loss is a heavy one, and no insurance heart, after an illness of some was carried on the building or its An overheated stove contents. weeks. caused the fire. A nice lunch will be served by the You will ' want to . visit The Ladies' Auxiliary for ten cents at their bazaar held on December Miniature Store which will be in elugmy and evening, connection with the bazaar held on Registered Poland Ch taa. Boar. 15th., afternoon Services at. Candies, cakes, fancy work, aprons, Friday afternoon and evening, J. E. Cenibi' hrm at SI, due when crvicet and goods from The Miniature December 15th., in the gymnasium, U. rendered. of the Y. M. C; A. Store will be for sale. J. E. COOMBS, flreevillerKjv i ' 4 a ISuark. iJi mm ROARK Furniture, WaJip&wper, Shades, Moldings, Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, SIMPLE, CHI- T- Wrpper, J Slippers, t )l Grve Vailts. Disinfection Ml foi X): Ms RO ARK 03 F.0LLE3 CAi'J faAKE t THAT AiiYSODY Why Not S Pain Pill, &! S)J Si S)f S)l l w tV); ; Or ftr tV)r tf)r Bo'lcr Shell I'llUd With Cor.srpio Cast of $10. Our Name has been before the public for 30 years, most of the time right " on the spot where we are now located. f a3s J" .5 A moat etrcllonl rend roUor can lu? mnilo lny any one ami so i Uwn'v tli.u f "um tlio cot will ikh queiiet'. -r Ut sir. rurclinne n in ili't .!.'! n i: he Inches InuK mid tltivSet H In diameter. up on end. put n shaft In the center nml fill the shell with f- Real The lourier- - then 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. SL concrete Mnl:e n frame HUo To Head-Of- f SL SL a Headache Nothinjj is Better than Anti-Pai- n Dr. Miles' After-effect- Pills Journal? HENRY WATTERSON Editor. YOf M RN1SH 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 yrfur command. They Give Relief without Dad s. comcheti: iiom.kil the one Illustrated and you will have n live ton road roller at a cost of about $50. "For lour years I was subject to almost constant headache. At times so severe 1 was unfitted for work. Through the advice of friend I was persuaded to try SL ti x j V A ROAD WASTE. X & I X S X 5 $ The nppropriations msdc by the different states for improved reads have been wnsied lo a New York very largo extent. .has built about 650 miles of im Pennsylvania proved highways, d as much. And ncrhnos nillur slnin nor anv other so far as wo know has mads proper provision for their maintenance, Here is where the waste comes in. Moro millions will bo wast cd unless some plan of keeping state roads in repair is put into No sense in operation coon. cottlv roads end then lotting them g to pieces for tho want of attention at the right time. one-thir- i i Pills and Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n the result has been that I have entirely eradicated my system of those continuous headaches that followed a hard and continuous mental strain." O. L. Russell, Act. C. & N. W. Ry, Early, la. For Sale by AH Druggists. 25 Doses. 25 Conts. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. VK CAN The J. L. ROARK Estate ORIEN L. ROARK, Manager ft SL THE RECORD AND THE WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L SL SL FURNITURE tstdblisfied 1879 Long Distance EALERS D IREC Teieptona stoce TORS ft ft U Heme 108 v iilnniff & Stnmm-! j j BOTH ONE YKAU FOR tn ASPHALT Will FOR ROADS. . livn.'. W 'iiiiik of I)jicisirt. . lleurt'.mni, nn-r iva' jet tlny nn syr.utiii n'y oi a ivrtain siwcitle su'fcnrss iiotliiiii .!.. Konv It wus thl Uct that flist cormtty l Dr. Slioop u tnii' "ii!-;-- U !n:tn titM--'- i of. r.Tiit not ;o the Make Excellent Binding, Says London Engineer. Cecil Nntlinn. tin enimu'r of London who gives especial attention to roadiuakinf;. expresses the belief that nsphalt in destined to take the place of tar as a binder or macadam roads. ' f tlmt imw v.-iopiiliir Slomarh Itfinody Dr. slump's Kfstonitivo. liolujc direct to tho stomach nnvs. nlon- - hnmjclit tlmt sunvss tmt fuvor 10 Dr. Shoopaiul Mi ItiMtoratlrp.. With-'ono that original mid ital prim-lplteuch Ingtiiixurmnirtlishnii-ntiUcnVfrt- We can also give liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier-Journa- l. Com- Write Courier-Journal g- -A , , MoHtln?. hilinitsiit'ss. Imd lirtuth ami stllow complexion, try Dr. shoop'a TnWi'ts or Liijuiil ami s for your-mwlirt it ran rml will !o. Wo sell ami chceiv fully rucouiiuuml l'or siOJimoli Iiatrs. lnaU. of 't "issfiifliil desiderata" satisfactory road it 4 "ntnouth appearance and even surface following the camber of the road, which must be sanitary. duHtlcKK, noiseless and ziottn.w n ti fDr. Shoops panv, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send your subscription order to this paper "NOT to the Courier- Journal. The Greatest Rase Novelty of th Century Send DcscrlptlMi and Price List BLUE fftt xjz-- ROSE-5- vr The New Rese (YMct Blue) Hailed by the Rose Growers as the ForernnRer of the Cotr- ftewcr Blue Res'c. Ycry yI$ot- oms and hardy. Free BloowlnJ OUMOEBLAND TELEPHONE (iNCOarOK'ATBD) & TELEGRAPH GO. fr OrccnliouHes JOHN E. RACKfiBRANDT Princeton, Ky. anywhere in Southern Indiana, Southern Illinois, Kentucky, Tennes3 e, Mississippi ar.d Louisiana. Wo can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with the people of th? great section of tho country. We solicit your patronage. Rates reasonable. Equipments and facilities ME5 E. CALDWFJ.L, LFLAND HUME, Long: clistanoo lines and telephones or this Company onablo you to talk almost 4 1 r. WEIIIj rt nonslippery." .Mr. Nathan also stipu- Deal at home as much liave these qualities, but be reasonable iu Initial cost and above all In main as pcssiblc, Build up your J tenance. " This will I home town. "Many of tho present generation will phrase, 'Klectrhity rcmcuibcr the a better home make you in Its Infancy.' " say. Mr. Nathan "tVcll. today the road board Is In Its I market and enhance the ; infancy, and I have no doubt tint It I o value of your property. will r.row Into as line and hiyjlthy a In child iw electricity did Like oih-.fants. the toad board Is Just beginning to speak, and the llrst word that it has been taught Is 'tar.' Now. I hope It will very soon grow tip and learn Iand won! of two syllables, surh as and then be able to expound to road engineers the real meaning of this much misunderstood word "This U the tar age. and as an In different palliative tar Is serving Its White Sewing Machines, in purpose today as a temporary expedient, but something much more perma- rotary and vibrator; needles, i BtJKoa nent than the primitive methods of tar FOR Trial Bottle Free nmylug or even tar macadam Is re shuttles, etc. in stock for all ' maintain AND ALL THROAT AMD LUNG TROUBLES. future, and quired for the machines. ROARK'S STORE. that permanency will be obtained only GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY! watorprmr road from the adoption as OR HONEY IltiJb Trinidad jcrust binders of either Lake Get potted plants and cut flowers prefer .asphalt or Cuban aaphalt. buf from Miss Lena Arnold. 4ibly Cuban asphalt, owing to Its barliest work, prompt service: give ing a higher melting point and Its abiyour laundry to Joe Morgan, who lity to withstand the rottlug effects of Take your beef hides to J. E. will appreciate your patronage. vnter." lates that the ideal road must not only Restorative I Ride I The I They with and Baggage wagon. f JUST RECEIVED 1912 Wallpaper Greenville Transfer Co.! Many Patterns of meet all trains, day and night, with Bus tceittttiii(iitiitiilii IcTl L the coiTc h lungs! CURB the I wth or. Kings i New Discovery ftgUgHS you wani 1 XLhc IRccort) way to be laid in rennsylvaiifa lf:s just trccently been completed on the HaiT)sroad. It Is about n quarter of a mile iu length and is between Progress and Pnstonla. The oil concrete road Is an experiment on the tpart of the BlaUi highway department, yhlch In 1U07 rebuilt thp highway from lhe eastern terminus of tUp city to J'axtouin. n'JL'he section Just laid replaces a qunrter of a mite of road constructed of concrete. Tlia naw section of road is made of concrete bib) which are mixed asphaltlc oils. The top euiface is not arched so much as the rest of the roaij. the crown being constructed on a basin s of an inch to a foot. of The crown Is the same gs that used in iaying a .brlcU pavement. three-eighth- The Oil Concrete Road. first nfrete'i of oil uowrolo high Coombs & Co. and get the cash. I Gures"Colils,,inanypartofbody.! lu-l- HARCOURT &CO.Louisville.K Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality. vim ANY t'oiigli hi an hour. aflDrTFenner's Gough Honey kfrnm It i3 a very serious matter to ask for ono medicine end have the wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine Bn'-uri- . t, r.x Tai.cn .ir,.fi.l,. inn Tnii lliUwIll linn cxpurc irvviMsBg 'alann.fi COc fj Hc t iiuminitimi XlioLOo. Uio liy mail KrciUmla. Y. Sec the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Roark's. THEDFORDS MUHLENBERG COUNTY Telephone No 5 and your laundry yill be called for and delivered. Joe Morgan solicits that grocery order, and will show his appreciation by supplying the best goods at the very lowest prices. Quick delivery and courteous treatment. Typewriter ribbyns, legal blanks, locumcrjt wers, carbon pJp.c.r at this olhcc. i j I Liver Medicine ble medicine, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is firmly established. It decs not initate other medicines. It is better than othenj, or it would jipj be the favorite liver powder, with a larger calc tnan cu otners comumea. CLi) IN TOWH K The reputation of this old, relia- AVINS BANK Greenville, Ky, " Twelve miles of the old "king's blghwny" near SIkeston, Mo., the oldest road in Missouri, is being rebuilt with rock macadam. Curtis 11111. the state highway engineer, has organized t a special beuefit assessment road to" carry on the work. Later the road will be extended to New Madrid. dis-ic- Missouri's Oldest Road. . a lia i.rini v- i .r ....... ncviriwiiy. :r. , DRAGS. .,, 'cm c- - .1:.. e .i'. I. lenr. It nit- .'ml. bam- -ir' t ps. i i .. mo aiiI Iio" to a mi Telephone that grocery want to Joe Morgan and get the best goods at lowest prices. Miss Lena Arnold asks the patronage of the public, and guarantees that satisfactory work will be done fi:iije Banking business. TH0S, E. SUMNER, Cashier. WALLPAPER Appreciating your past patronage we solicit all or part of your v(n name I F ft IE IE ROAD "p, a i.xiba.&mi. l'iil. Co. Special Prices, it Roark's. MsKf) 14gVnSi The To encourage raid work Roy Williams, highway enjjjncar of Macon county, Mo'., giva;-t- epnd drag frca to every farmer who makes opplication for ono. Jf the farmer doos not uso his drop itis taken from him and givvri some ono more Ti ruads of tho coun'y havo been muck ijjproved by tho arrangemtint. f indus-triou- Plinlorrnliliy rill, i'.ni. r I" r uPcf YlrCk. qilCiliO- cleaning, and repairing shop. in her clothes r f.- pressing ttii mention t': AmcrlcnrbolosTap!iy G Ueacon St., -l FURS AND HIDES LOUISVILUE.KY. HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Commission. Vtlts lor price- Vsi isenUonlng this aJ. COME and SEE THEM J. L. ROARK ESTATE ofVWM&Wi Foley's Kidney Cure r.na rtjtuu jvtLkcs kiuaeys Dimaaer Tlila sienataro is on every box of the Rey i3 An remedy Uut Laxative Bromo-Qiiinin- wiets JOHN carz a eeld in mo ilaf e WHITE & CO.