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JSXJSSSgXSSSkXfSXS GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, What Are "ny, 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADYANC ... , ' i . Y011 Going THE RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED. f' , J ' ' 5 V'i-- .t4. To Do This Year by way of making your business successful anil 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 arc 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. ?'," i MoRon Route Announces Hew Schedule ' ' ''I i, of Fares One Way and Round Trip. Dnr'--i interiors nro amvliolesonie cr mmi or boast. Ntinierotis shoul I I'o cut In nan- - previously tir.ilc, lrtlcnlft;Iy iu the smith and cust :uU a few In the west sHe. Use by 1" lintf sash, binned nr the bottom and cpening Inw;ml, as rhown In the Illustration. The triangular space between the wish and fides should be closed. Tn wish ahould b'e regulated, by pins so that It can bo opened to whatevo' extent de.lrcd. The top of the window should be near the celling of the stable, lie sure to keep the windows )pmi. One way to remove the foul air U to construct round galvanized Iron or wooden shafts. Tin latter should bo made of tightly fitting matched boards. The Interior opening of the shafts should be about a foot from the tloor. with a flap near tin celling to Ihj opened and shut, a required. The exterior lx several feet above opening tho highest p .Int of the barn roof. The shaft should contain a damper to reguIt Is dllHcult without late the having a paitleular triable In mind to give specific directions concerning location or the number and the size of shafts. In general It may be said that one largo flue will prove more effective than several small ones. This arrange mcnt, however, must be governed somewhat bv the form of the stable. of air Allowing some 10O cubic ? by 2 space for each animal, a wln-lov- 1 TO f FOR TLJ POULTRY Is FRESH WATER Simple Wholesome Arrangement Shown in Illustration, Insuring Clean Drinking Vessel. out. .1 I i roil talulng twenty DAIRY BA1CK9 One of the ditlicult problems for tho poultrymcu to solve Is how to easily, provide pure, fresh water for his fowls. Many patent fountains which, are on the market are automatic and keep before the fowls a certain quantity. Under certain conditions serve an admirable purpose.. Under moro adverso conditions many of theso patent contrivances fail to give satisfaction for the simple reason', that it is impossible to keep them, clean. If fowl were fed only whole grain; and tho weather was always cool, It would be a comparatively easy mat-- , ter to provldo satisfactory automatic' drinking fountains, but as soft food, forms a considerable portion of the, diet for laying hens and fattening fowls, theso fountains aro necessarily: more or less fouled and in warm weather soon become unfit for use as drinking fountains on account of tho tainted water and disagreeable' odor. A. simple wholesome arrangement may be made as follows: Place an, ordinary milk pan on a block or shab low box, the top of which shall be four or five Inches from the floor. The water or milk to be drunk by tho fowl is to be placed in this pan. Over the pan Is placed a board cover supported on pieces of lath about eight inches long, nailed to tho cover so that they aro about two inches apart, the lower ends resting upon the box which forms tho support of the pan. In order to drink from the pan It will be necessary for the fowls to In- these-fountain- The Monon Route announces that it will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago at $6 one as tormcny, ana way, instead ot Sia'round trip, good 30 days return ing,' instead of $16. Patrons are offered exceptionally good service by the Monon, which on night trains fiotn Louisville operates Compartment and Drawing room Pullmans, as well as the usual straight sleeper. The day trains have Parlor and Din ing cars, and the very finest modern, Inquiries Cheerfully new coaches. answered by E. H. Bacon, D. P. A., Louisville, Ky. by having your do THAT HEALTH THIS PEERLESS TONIC and STRENGTH GIVER is an unrivaled remedy for all troubles of Furniture, Moldings, Wall Paper Save your home We carry on our floors and in our ware-rooBarklcy Bros, the largest variety of Furniturs in flues repaired. this work in best manner. Muhlenberg. If we do not have what you want, we will get it for you. We have factory connections with makers of the finest goods in the country, and through "Our Special Order Department" can supply any exclusive articles at less prices than city stores or mail order houses. Our Picture and Room Holding-stock- s : are always complete. Wallpaper is now a staple article oi merchandise, being used all the year 'round. And we always have full selections, prices 5 cents and up per roll. STOMACH, LIVER AND KIDNEYS IT BUILDS UP THE IT GURES INDIGESTION RUN-DOW- N IT PURIFIES THE BLOOD IT STRENGTHENS THE NERVES vA IT IS THE BEST FAMILY MEDICINE ON EARTH TRY IT- - 1 . "i 2$. J. H. HAYES Decorator.!:' DR. J. Crown PRICE 50c AND $1.00 PER BOTTLE SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY Painter and Interior HMMlMBi W. All DrtiggistSi M BARLOW, Uone DENTIST. auU Bridge Work T. at reasoaable Ky. prices. Office up stairs, In the Joneu Building. GreenTilie, Bftgiaetft? - - fcugralmiij CSPOur Engraving Machine is the only one in this part of Kentucky, and we are exclusively prepared to supply individual Name PUtes, which we furnish oa all outfits without extra cost. DR. J. SLATOMi PltyHlcian and iiurgcon. OQlceMnin-croH- I Tie B mis lb k trade and the pub goods in all departs better selected tnS We carry a vartod :- -: Btreet near Main atreet. WADE DEPOY. KENTUCKY We announce to our lie that our stocks of merits are larger and ever in our history. line of :- -: WW HOWARD. H. GRAY. Undertakes and EabalMiNg. Coffins in White Enamel and Stained Varniafc finish; Caskets in White Enamel, Natwal Woods, Whitej Colored and Black and Copper Clotk Covered; HOWARD & GRAY, A Little Good Paint in line have V S ? Wfcen your buildings iwd paiting.c .cry day'c delay costs you money. TK mm, ram, tnow and frott ere psJUnf, in their wmIc Lurcher costs too !A tnu.K to ktiit decay for J'srct. ' LAWYERS. flffkc la Greea SallilnJ. f psitc LaMesic Mt. foot, Inside inoasure,;shou!'' tilr sufficiently often for u cows.- T' ' !iangathe con-- , nevor the yMcyyiiaiiow8jrT.tue,fi'ir No siioiuu- j IW 'III? "l;l"JV. ' < nhouid be bcr of air in-- . , to place a gut- - uanurc . , ' r - .' V cdscs, if get along Nervation ;j1g oue 3IU1U1, lit. 0- - 'At . - . -- limn Starrs, , Hnientlns V i3 pro-- v as the do at a eufchat.'l ? - iducea' profitably, of tlie:'0 and other t be worth the atten- GeUing Gacd Cows. ill L 11 IJ jlllt LWU IIIUUICIIL IVlt.13 'ycrtler one niuo. it youwtsu a uairy cow, breed and care should perslstcnt- -' ; . ' tnof inlll- riroductlon. It Is Impossible 'to secure Ij'good cow by gQlug out into the world I .1 D ..,.tn..n.!fn.,4l,. lined airtight Caskets; all lengths, and regular, extra and doable extra width. Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes co&staat- ly in stock, for iramcd'ats deliveiy. Bunal Robes, Wrappers, SuffnDresecF; Slippers, etc., in large variety. Our 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, sab jeet to call anywhere. Tele 3FTwo Private Clean Drinking Fountain. phones, Store 72; Residence io3. sert their heads between theso strips-o-f Residence 150 yards from store. lath. The cover over the pan and Prompt service any hour day or night. the strips of lath at the sides preThe J. L. ROARK ESTATE fowl from fouling the water vent the In any manner, except In the act of OMEN L. ROARK. Manater. drinking. . Where drinking pans of this kind easy to cleanse 'are used, it and scald them with hot water as occasion demands. This arrangement can be carried a little further by placing a pan, or what would be still better, a long, narrow dish, something like a tin to lake Cardul, for your fomalo bread tray, on a 'low shelf a few inches from tho floor, and hinging the troubles, becauso vo aro sure it cover to one side of the poultry vil help you. Remember that house so that it can be tipped up In th's great femalo remedy front for tho removal of tho dish or for filling It with water. Whatever device is used, it must bo easily cleaned and of free access to the fowls at all times. Lone-Distanry ORS. KELTSLEY & HELTSLEY OSTEOPATHIC OCflrc nt Heme, TIIVSICIANS jit out it. V.'c a one is nttIiwit,Uij pwnt on cut GARTBR Slrlctly Pure WHITE LEAD , Tcteplione Ef Main'cross Street; INo. VS. ' Pure Linjccd Oil, Pure Turpentine and the most expensive colors afej Tlie kind of paint ve iz:c never cracks or - only years of wear will remove it. Let u figure with you whea ready to paint guarantee Ent-cla- , a aces reasonable and durable job si Doa't put k of. Telephone No. 254. New stock sewing machine needle! ft ft and Chicago ft Louisville ft UEST LINE TO California and the ft Vast Northwest ft ft Gwo ft Monon Route ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft GENERAL MERCHANDJi and can supply most of the wants of the Hats, Etc., we offer large selectkm. In Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Farm Implements and such goods our stocks? are especially strong: In all departments prices will be found the lowest, and your visits, will be highly appreciated. :- -: :- -: :- -: m ;Wthr5F. ... . r ... , . v.'r Undertaking Department We have just added an Undertaking Department to our business, and will carry a comprehensive line of Collins Cas- kets, Robes, Suits, Wrappers and Dresses. Also have a Hearse in service, on call anywhere. Orders In this line given prompt and careful attention any hour day or night. Tefepiiones; at Roark's for all machines. trains daily jj: French Lick and West Dadca Springs. UNION STATION, LOUISVILLE. DEAUK0RN STATION, CIIICAUO. fa jff WOOL HIDESandEUR! i we eta m hMer far tha aU ar MMaiiiiwWtitab. LMNTMe. we mntifi. HetoeMe: tijr btak Wool Zitl tn H wr Wff?; ruempKcii. WE BUY ft ft ft ft - Store, No. I. Kp, No. R or .No. 3. ' fA-- m w ? i w t and Parlor Cars. Drawing Room Sleepers. Palace E. H. BACON, D. P. A., Dinin-N. W. Cor. 1th nnd Market Sts. LOUISVILLE. KY. ft fy The BRIDGES & SHANNON CO. '4r DEPOY, KENTUCKY EASY TO CAPTURE CHICKENS Lpng.-Hapde- d vv; .? ;;k' ijnd crying, VOo, boss!" says a writer in Amer.lcau Cultivator. There are but twq ways open ouq that of buying and Buying Is the. other that ot breeding. (Isky even for, an experienced man. A woinau wlio Iqvq'j cows Is often a better. Judge. '"In liro'dlir: cows-th- e f.:r.ner wovks Inpartnership with nature, and nature, (laving a great deal of time, is never in ft hurry. S.) the man dies before tho jvork is 'fully completed. Having got a good cqw, the owner should strive to keep her in that copditlon. She Is not h machine,' like a' cusalbic engine, ami she needs a good deal morecare. She poes well in the spring and summer because she 11x3 plenty of food and To do well in tlie fall and winter slib nilist be kept comfortnblo and also qve penty of. food and water. wn-ter. Net, Made Out of Old Hammock, Docs Away With Chasing fowls Around Yard. Who has not seen the farmer, bin Wjfo.'the hlr.cd man, nnd onp or more qnuaren. engagea in mo exciung cnase for tho chlqken which is to bo servca for the family dinner? All around the yard, over the fence, under tho barn, through the garden, until somebody luckily falls upon It. An easier way net, using a to ma"ke a a souna. wen mauo Darrei noon, an . v long-handle- d : . has brought relief to thousands of ?lher sick women, so why not to .you? For headache, backache, periodical patas, femalo veak- ;iess, many have said U Is "the best medicine to take," Try U I f ! Sold in This City m GO YEARS' EXPERIENCE NEW "3 V v1S r3 CLIPPER IS THE GREATEST SHOW THEATRICAL PAPER EN UNION LAWN FENCE qulcklf lucerlnln our opinion free nltetlior fla prolmbly pntenliiMo. CoHmimiVtn. liiTunllon is HAWWQm tloimMrlcllycoiiilJciillnl. iI'iileHta Duni froo. (Hilcst nuenry roraacjiHiw Dfttaiis. I'nioiiia laKcit iiironuu innn ft v-- - ecT Hxctal notice, without cli.nrcc. Iu tha'v- Aiirono .wmltiiR n nkotrh nnd description may mnnna Designs Copyrights &c. 1 maul, THE WORLD. Year. ISSUED Be Happy! or woman, who has never suffered from the diseases, of womanhood! Or, if she has been a 3ny sufferer, happy is, she if she has learned of the wonderful benefits of Cardui, the woman's tonic! Cardui is a. gentle, tonic remedy, for women's ailments. It is. a. natural medicine safe, harmless, purely vegetable. It foas. been in successful use for more than 50 years. It as; cured thousands. It should do the same for you. - $4.00 Per Single Copy, 10 CI?, WEEKLY Happy- the. girl, p, A linnrtsomcty lUnftrntcrt wpoltr. Tjireeat clr. culatluii of .tiiy Wcnitlifc I..iihnil. Tornm. (3 a fiulabyull newixlejilern. your: (nurmn'tUliB.tl. Scientific American. S eo. FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (Ui 1'fULISUEKS, tLCERT J. ROJUE, Ujlmauss. 47 W. asTit St., Uxor YotX Sample Copy Free. MUNN Where Tuberculosis Breeds. Tubbrculo3U does not find its victims nBiong the scrub cows that prowse the loadsldcs in summer and find shelter behind strawstacks in win-ienor among thoso who roam hi wide, well watered pasure3 and are housed. In barns through whoso cracks the snows and winds of winter sift. It Is naioug the herds whose, winter mmrters are basement dungeons, whero littlq alp liiul less HUilight find npd tlioso that are warmly housed and highly fed on rations calculated to force tho secretion of milk to the utmost' limit that tin severe losses occur. It i: particularly a disease of pampered animals. The highly bred animal Is not essentially more 3usccptlble; fiie fault is with tha man who should be "ahead or the cow" instead of "behind her." There are of the Inhuman stables of the ignorant and the unnatural conditions maintained by the "scientific breeder." Tho latter class will be the first to .realize their mistake and rectify it. JEhe former will need a deal of cducaon and demonstration tn tue line 01 r, !n,r-Fannin- g. New YorR Brancti ORlco (35 V St., WasblDgton. U. C. AT FACTORY PRSCES 6LOBi2 BUGG5ES AND HARNESS Chicken Net. hammock makes a fine net for this purpose. JTho net should be about two feet deep. Lay It down, mouth u,: pilt a few grains of corn on top. pretend you aro looking tho other viiy, and when a chicken stops on tho net to Dick up the corn Hit It suddenly, tip It Bllghtly to one side, and you havo the fowl safe. If you aro particularly expert, the net may be dropped down ovc-- the bird. ol(J r ikintisiii j ! Woman'slonic No. 270 Vc ship nil vehicles Direct from our Factory C. O. I). toConsuinrr Mibjcct to cxumtiuiiuti cv.A ft ce trial. It is of (lie greatest imiKirlanccto the ("1.,Ik 11ih'j!v & llnrnom Co. to have evcrv one who deals with us a Tdi&sed nnd Handling Ducks and GecEs. Always handle ducks and geese by t their necks and never by the leg3, as fowls are handled, for these limbs are not strong enough to serve as han dies and will readily break. War on Lies. Make continual wsr on tho lice If your poultry house is infested with them.. If froe from them, seo to It that your premises are kept free. Costs very Httle.BrovcBvory for Inwns. Uoor ynrtlK. Wo tunlcn tuiwitis fur Inwim, tloor Tarda, flcl1, ho? and poultry. Wrlto for rntnJoff. Kiir-tlo- aatJe-fucto- ry DeKalb, III. UNION FENCE CO., More than nine out pf every tea cases of rheumatism are si raply rheumatism .of the mascles, due to cold or damp, In 01 chronic rheumatism. such cases no internal treatment is required. The free application of I Kansas City, Mo. fiQfMcCracken has the largest tock of dials for timepieces ever arried in the county, and can ft nything from the. court house clout to a toy watch. Chamberlain's Liniment is nil that is needed and it is certain to give quick relief. Give it ft trial and see for yourself how quickly it relieves' the pain and soreness. Price 25c; large size, 50c Satisfied Customer. NoefToit issjared to mate each sltiunientsutli excellent value in quality of material, wnrktratiAhip, tlill and style cf vehicle that it will be a Lnstinrf Advcrt'scmrnt and hriug its many orders iu return. If we please you, uy sciitugyoti on jtoucsiiy mnue uugRy nru at a price less the Miilillcinaifs Profit, you will tecomtuend our poods to your neighbor. Our (iunranteo isahsolutelv as Kocd too:trci:r.tomers as it would be to a dealer. If j'.oodsurc not as your iMOHey is returned to you. You ioko no risk. t, Wc manufacture honest Vehicles nnd Harness. aavo our customers money, fill ordcra proniptlj. .Write for our Free lluiWy and Ilarnc&e Cuta.'oi'.uc. GLOBE BUGGY & HARNESS COM PAN'' i 0VYENSB0K0. KENTUCKY Mrs. Mary Neely, 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 belter than I have for two years. I shall always recommend Cardui to oilier suffering women. I can't praise it too highly. As a medicine for weak, tired, worn-owomen, Cardui is safe and reliable. Try it, today. ut ; j Write to: Lsdlcs' Advisory Dept.. Chatiahooca Mcdictae Co.. Chattaaooea. for Special Instructions, and book. "Hoac Treatment for Women," sent Ire. J 8$. Ti Subscribe f$r The Record Only 50e. t mm? -' .1 ,:, a say a rosy, healthy child, clamoring for food, and rebelling against the bed that ft had cropt to so willingly the day before. k In such a case every one concerned has acted just right the mother, who in her quick alarm, took no chances, but sent for the doctor; the doctor, who, in his wis dom, got ready for war, but did not make it until he understood the challenge oftered him; and the child; who unconsciously played the youthful David to the Goliath of disease. This wonderful power of recu peration, varying as it does with individuals, is essentially a prcrog ntive of youth, and may be expected to wear out normally as age creeps on. In the young the word may be translated "throwing off," so completely do the joung fling the enemy from them, but in older people is closer to the correct translatipn of the word "recuperate" which means to regain, to get back what has been lost. We often hear an aging person say, ,"I am as well as I ever was, but I do recuperate so quickiy," and so a mile or two is gradually dropped from the usual walk, o"r social festiviies are cut down, or the tempting tri p torgone, because it is found that the bill of repairs is too much to pay for the pleasure. Hits is natural erfbugh, and there fore not to be deplored. When nature hints, the wise heed and otey, not only to the lengthening of life, but vastly to the ei.j jyment of it while it lasts. Whiter HcaWi. j 1 . A Independent Newfpfiper. II T rUDLIHHEl TUI'IISDJLTM RECORD PRESS, Owxs Rick. PnmUlent. Or.iKS L. Koaiik, Scorolnry OKIUN Loug-Olstan- L. hiOAK'K, IiDlTOK. Ko. Tclaplioac. uuox ita.r of store, "2. fMteu in new pround floor. 50 CcKTS Pm YEAR. IN ADVASCL TERMS. TlMiRUliwrlntlrtn iri-- . of the PMt-- r In iNiyn Ms IB nrtvsiup. nnl wlicn tho Unit tins expired to wlilea It In pntil, the pa par will be tmippe.tl Curtis iff thnnktt. obltunrr notlcon, eto., If nnt 9r tlmn tm ltum. will in nuwiRheii free. A hirs;of 60. lwrllne will top mmlo fonmeceod I jjriiuojj. No viu'lntluti of thin rule to iiiiyop. Kree sum pie oupies will be tnallod. Advertisement will l Inserted. A nitec.ird will be furnished ou rtHtiHt. . Address nil oommuelnUdiiN itiul umkr nil re KKCOIU) PKKSS, mlttancea pnynh.e to ir.'iivllU', ICy. THURSDAY, DLCEAiDER 21. 1911. Kaicrcd nt tbc RrcurUlr, Ky., postotlice ns aecotid-t'lusumtter. 'Fiiv inventor of the In accordance with our j usual custom, we will ob- - j servo next week as a hoi- - j iclay. No paper will be j Just three more days in which to make tnc final oreoara' j issued, but the office will tions for the annual feast Early supply buyers have made our store a busy place j be open for any business, jj during the past week we thank them heartily. Now we arc ready for late comers, extra and rush ordrss. The revival services at the court Our stock is in splendid condition, New goods are arriving house closed Sunday night, after a every day. successful two weeks' duration. Here is a list of suggestions that may help, and wc can assist you materially in having a very merry Christmas, Mrs. Jake Goidiicr will arrive toNaval Oranges Radishes day from Indianapolis, to be with Figs Florida Oranges her mother, Mrs. J. S Miller who Green Onions Dates is sick, Grape Fruit Jersey Sweet Potatoes Raisins Apples Candy Seal Brand Coffee Report of the Condition Western Box Apples Brazil Nuts Barrington or THE Hall and Chase & Sanborn Coffees Cabbage Almonds Muhlenberg County Savings Bank, Leaf Lettuce Pecans Eng. Walnuts Mixed s Diii- business at for. Main and Strs., town of (ruonvUlo, Coun Nuts Cucumbers. v. r' Now For Tre Bis Dinner. Sell iour ON Tobacco -- v. J j COOPE R'S (or. ' LOOSE FLOOR . eh. and Water Streets Rear I. (. Depot. SVILLB, KY. -- - n- Main-Cros- ty of Muhlenberg. State of Kuntuuhy, FREE STALLS FOR TEAMS. You can drive your wagons in on At the Close of Business on the 5th day cf Dec. 1911 "free lunch" de-vfe- is, dead, but the patrons of his enjoy perennial existence. e . it-' Annul. Hamid's jewels have been sold at auction, and now Portugal hhs a crown or two and some other appurtenances of royality she is There are great ftpxtuus to st It. linies for barnns in crowns and clown jwe!s. HHijOl'KCHS Loans and UUcotmtn . r. ami oilier isoihIn, suiokm ami I Htumrltli'h Dili" from Iianks At'ttlal Cn-d- l on hand Clii'i-Ufuahh items ami v.xohungL' for flcarin Overdrafts Secured, None; Uiiik- ; etiretl, 4lVH7.(Kl Current expuutteM and tn.es aid .... Ke.nl Untate Jl1S..0B; Furniluro and Fixture. l.IUl.tXI; Total 1Q83 1.75 ,ooo.(m W. H. BRIZENDINE & CO. 8,390.10 0,417.00 l.KU.flS 0.O.V1.C:. Cooper's Loose Floor night or day. 9ttotei(iiio(iu ((ix(i e cos tiittttittm BETTER MATTRESS FOR LESS MONEY Let us prove to you that the Stearns & Foster Windsor erade Mattress is superior to any $15.00 mattress advertised in the magazines. You don't have to buy on faith. We'll show you the inside (an important side to know) of the very mattress you buy. Total... . ji3L,t2l.t; "Jtl.umioi r.vt;o. ! MAlUMTtliS Capital Stool; until In. In ea!i Sunday, I2,0M0: Undivided proMx, itiv.-ixotai Drposit on wliich Interest Ih pai l .... I That Georgia Sheriff 'j' who bunged V ;-- .'vf? """ ..' . !sS'.'tV' r,Y ' I Jfc.Vtit v-- ; ' ': 'T-- "... the local opera home because it ws rdinii btusirie. may . --rx have thought that he wa 1101111,' tin POOtntors'g yood turn by savinj ' hfiuvCtai a wctiinj.', Lut such levjj v" " ." . 'Ul' of human life cannot ' Sunie day the , r Jncs' ill realize that esj)Crially the last nch, operate more other cause in nyration which " Deposits on wliteti tutm-Hliaid, SI. 80.-- IH, Total CatdilerV Due to UnnK; Hills payable l5.tSI.ir. t i imt Denusit-- t lolto ti'6 cv: DM) 10.i)i .u r;l each sale. DAILY AUCTION SALES Money paid immediately after ttatcof A person who stys, "I am never J. V. LAM, so well in the winter as I am in the J. I.. KOdKHS, 'Director. It O. LEWIS. summer," is very likely to use the Subscribed nnd hwuki to befor. inn tone of one who states a natural law, H. Sumner, this 20th day of Dec. Ilfll. Correct Attest: which must be accepted without C. S CUKD, Clerk Total. .. "... 2J0.J5 Kentucky, County of Mulilenlierir. w t. I. TIioh. It. Sunnier. Canliier of the alt .ve liumed Hank, do Milenml;- swear Hint Htateinont Ih Hue to the best of mj Unmvliiljfe and brlief. THOS. K. SUMXKlt, l"hler. STEAXHS& FOSTER MATTRESS WINDSOR GRADE A positive guarantee' of money back if not satisfactory on 60 nignts trial. Come in today. We've got all the good things at very reasonable prices. : t v thut not so many .' . T.en the fate of adminis-- " Supposed to hanir upon .'ud - ioiiisc and post office. The gr ajj'. the postmaster of the ijUs was reappointed and jyarcd a continental about fatter; except probably the ofti oinieclf. Incidentally it niav that his name is aVo?- VarTis&nd'that he is said to be a very 1m capable .ofiicial Such an episode shos A ow far the country has trayeleuAiBince the days- - of 18S1, when President (Jai field's appoint incut to the New York custom house split the Republican party in two ;yid led to Guaeau's fatal shot. ; ierarlced - Tiik Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Aniimxls is erecting in York city a free dispensary, . vvith' hospital accemmodatians, for ' the. treatment of afflicted animals: 1 here will also be attached a shelter for homeless dojjs and cats. The dispensary and clinic for horses, dogs and cats will be modern in every "particular, and stabling also will 6e provided for horses, though it is the intention 'to confine this service, so far as poseible, to "first aid" cases. Thcie is no finer proof of ad vanced ciy.ilizatio'n than the ex-- r Tension of "that mercy wc to others sji'ow to the others of the brute crc- - ation who are dumb and helpless. There ought to be more am and dog and horse hospitals in the land. They are schools for that larger chanty which .finds good in every- Ah 'iog' and soothing for every woe, Whether of man or beast. .cy .7- - Reciipefatian. who may be ;;.mong personJ Lev lassctl as being of normal health "J0$K physique, there will, never-tless,- . be found variations n recu prative power so great that they can be described only as mysterious This capacity for recuperation for the quick regaining of physical losses is the normal gift of healthy childhood and youth. What mother has .not .had the experience of find-inone of her brood suddenly and Pains all over the , alarmingly ill? 'body, high temperature, prostration no wonder she sends for the physician and waits in terror for his diagnosis! If he is wise in the ailments of childhood, he will not ven- turc a diagnosis on that visit, for . well he knows that by the next day the illness may prove to be anything lie will order mcd- f)X nothing, icinfijfpr the relief of the immediate symptoms, counsel complete rest aadquiet, with insolation from other children, and then await develop, ments. The next morning he will not tbe surprised to find a rash or a serious con di turn of tke throat, or strange to g question or struggle. The fact of poor health m winter is unfortunately common with many per sons; the question is, Need it be? No doubt more common sense and. is needed to commore mand health through the winter months. The reasons are obvious. In the summer the most inveterate is driven into the open air; the hungriest meat-eate- r calls for fruit and salads: the stuffiest sleeper throws open the bedroom windows Thp conditions forced on all'of us are, wrtti UiV esrcption-- H extreme humid heat, the conditions tnai mean health. The result is that many persons who are generally below the level of thsir best health arc at the highest of point physical efficiency in September and October, after their few months of enforced healthful living. From that time on, with the closing of doors and windows, and thcresump-tiono- f heavy meals, Ihey slipdown-hlT- l again. They have no especial theory about the summer regime; it. is only that they do what nature forces them to do. Their theories as to the winter regime, on. the other hand, are both many and strange. p extreme terror of drafts and damp feet is offset by a callous indifference to stuffy sleeping roonis and reeking public places. Many people pass the entire winter in air unfit to breathe, if the short periods of limg during which they are unwillingly outdoors in goiug from one building to another are excepted. Each cold is , promptly laid to the account of these brief journeys to bad indoor air, overeating and lack p proper exercise. Having wet feet is very pasily avoided by pcrsong who do pot wish lo have them. At the same time, wet feet cannot create grippe unless the grippe germ is there to work with; and perfectly well persona are germ proof persons. That is the goal of all hygenic struggle to be self-contrhouse-dweller germ-proof- Circuit Court. Hy A. It. IJcnnett. D. C. 'The J. L. ROARK Estate Market now open, We solicit your business and- - will use our best clforts for your interest. As this is our 25th, year, wc ask you to make this the Biggest year in the history of thz Lodsc Floor Market, The fairest way to sell tobacco. t Every Buyer attends each sale. Ycu will get the Higcst Market Price. Respeptfully, ; Revival Meeting. A revival meeting begins at the Methodist Church Dec. 31', 191 All Christian people arc urged to pray and work for the success of this meeting. Let everyone understand that he has a cordial invita tion to be present and take part. Wc congratulae the' church and the community that an opportunity is given to hear Rev. T. VL. Hulse, who is to do the preaching. He 1 R. E. & W. D. COOPER; SSan .eIsi tho use of a goodlaxatlve, to keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons of undigested food from gettinginto your system. ,s VELVO Laxa"vc Liver Syrup, purely vegetable, gentle, tf ,n Jih8 and of a pleasant, arorratic taste. Velvo acts en the liver, ns well as on ths aund Is of UiC Greatest possible efficacy In constipation, indigestion, headache, feverisliness, coUcfktulence. etc. Try VFl Physicians Advise PROPRIETORS. --V- rank's- - VCJ-V- A- LAXATIVE A.!.!Clean Man ...... r. his Conference, and is truly a great He is a four year man. prcachca. will know what this Methodist means. He has been preaching for sixteen years and has only served five charges, all of which he has served four years in succession save one. Four years ago after having served Pembroke charge one yecr he was' made presiding elder of the Columbia district, which appointment he held with eminent satisfaction for four years. At our recent Conference a delegation from Pembroke came and asked that he be to (hat charge. appointed The bishop gave him that appointment; He is one of the most popular pastors and preachers I have ever known. I have no hesitation in saying that the people will be delighted wjth. ljinj. All Greenville is familar with the name of Rev. G. W. Lyon, who led the singing at our recent Conference. Don't forget that the " Lyon" is to be here. He is the sweet singer of the old songs our fathers and mothers sang and rejoiced, in. Don't forget the date, Dec. 31, 191 1. Greetings to all men iu the name qf tl)e Phrist Jesus. G. P. ILLIU LIVER SYRUP ; v.-.. V . i i A VWUlUC CIEaBllDHM 13 IfiCC tbin half ill- wrub himself a dozen times a day, and still b c4fc Ged1fe'? uuuiui. utti clean stomach, clean bowels, clean blood, amaiuci Ui' cleafl new, clean, healthy tissues. The man who is clean m will look it and act it. He will work with eaergy , clean, clear, healthy thoughts. He will never be troubled with liver, luag, stomar disorders. Dyspepsia and indigestion originate in un' achs. Blood diseases are found where there is tm consumption and bronchitis mean unclean iuags. . : T. , IF YOU ARE LOOKINGFOR Dr. Pierce's Golden Me? prevents these diseases. It makes apd healthy. It cleans the digeet olean blood, and clean, healthy It restores tone (o tHa nervous syster prostration.. Jf contains no alcohol or Qonstipaticm is the most.unclean uno ltt cure It. They never gripe. EasyV K(0 . THE BEST fflfflUZ ' . - Made .' TliCCINCINNATI PHOPHATECO CINCINNATI, OHIO . Write Who Have An Attractive Proposition For , ' BOTH AGENT AND GROWER A' Fertilizers For All Crops Dillon. RUPOHTOP TUB fUXDITlON' OF THE FARMERS' BANK ilia im lull .i mm m i ibiii ii.i 4 ilolnil buhlnuss at the town of Dmiuior, Co.inty of Muhlenberg, Htato of Kentucky, ut the close of biwInoBx mi the 3th. day or Dec, 1011. UKHOUKOJCS. , and DlHcouiitM iiU.iil.CI and other UuinU, rUockx mid Securities None Due from Hanks 1,11 1. II Actual Cash on hand 3.778.10 Checlts. cash itema and exchange for clcarluif 2&I.W Overdrafts Secured, None; Uu secured, fl.OSi.lrf I,9ii IH Current expenses anil paid li:l.lHS Heal Estate, II0.0O: Furniture nnd Fixtures. Total 0.013 Hj Other Aiwet¬ Included under any of the above heads None Thn quality or Lamp QH you uao counts immeniioly for or esalnst your comfort nit Jiealth. There's a perfect oil mado lor peopl who eIvq tbeugbt, it Is . they are the most wholesome of things for those who have educated their bodies to them; and since they are unavoidable in a world like this, the sooner a man educates himself ta them, the better, althou that Joes not mean that he should hunt for drafts to sjt in. When a person feels a shrinking from a draft, it is because at that particular moment he is not in a condition to stand it, and nature is giving him a hint to move on. Mr. James H. Williamson died at his home in New Albany, Miss., last Friday morning, from a complication of ailments incident to his 85 ycars of age. He was the father of Mrs. K. i?. Jaryis, and was well known here, where he made occasional visits. Everybody desires fair weather. Jext week ends quail season. As to drafts, U. Loan mm THE W. reflnca from rcnnylvanla Crudo OH tho best over made. Full, whll tlame never flickers no soot no odor. Costa no moro than Inferior tnnk-wanoils eavca money aa well as eyen and comfort. Your dealer has it la original barrels direct from us. SOUTE OIL SJotor CJasolIac. "Xo csrb' Chas. C. Sfoll 012 Co., lem'stille, UlKh-grad- Ky. tas o Auto OH. Total...... LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid in, in cash Surplus, 200.00; Undivided tootUs, Deposits on which Interest is paid, jK.:!tU0 Depo.s. on which InterSt not paid, ili.CIO.ll Total Deposits;. Oashiur-schecUaoiitstandlutr. N'onp Cert)tled checks, Xqtje Due to Bauks, Nqiijs frntca Ulls redfscoiintcd, SfiUiU.OtJ; Jlllls payublu, None; Total.. OUier not included under any oi ie itooyu ntiails I 115,711.30 $15,000.00 MJ.Ojj KOI.OO: Total.. 1 flRST NATIONAL BANK 23X01.91 a)ll's 8.000.00 .state of ItcntiicUy, J, II. 11. JlcClary, bank, do Holeinuly incut Is true to the belief. (Jointly of ,Jllinnliru, cj. cashlei" of the abov iliiMlutl swenr that the above state, best of my knowledge nod II. 11. McClaut, Cashier. GR'EENVIU'Ey KENTUCKY A, Wickljffc, W, Q, Duncan, C. E. DIREGTORS-Martin, R. T. Martin, E. J. Puryear, C, M. Martin, Jno , T Reynolds, Jr, attract trade and this fact is realized by progressive merchants the world over. New Edison riazda Lamps give the desired results, for their clear, white rays, almost like sunlight, make it easy for passersby to gt the full effect of your window display, Tho new Edison flazda gives twice as much light as the ordinary incandescent lamp, but consumes no more current. Come in and let us prove to your satisfaction that the new Edison flazda is ajl we claim. to-d- ay ' 1 j. .1. MUKKAY I'AltSONH, A. 81MSION6. S. DEPOYSTER, The standing and responsibility of the men who constitute our Board of Directors are a guarantee of careful, judicious .management, t rjlpectors. Subscribed aud sworn to before me Vy II. B. JlcClary, this 15th day of Dec, 10 l. Q.J. IlyqitESj.Notry Bubjic. fiy cpmpifaijpu cxn'fta lap. 3j ipjst , Subscribe for The Record Onfe-"r- d ' ;iar jl - " il B iB And Is Making His Headquarters At BRIZENDINE'S C. R. R. LOCAL TIME CARD. This is the shortest day of the Woman's year. Now you will have to hurry! New dill pickles arc in Auxiliary Express ciation. Appre- CITY ORDINANCES. An Ordinance to regulate the use of 'Septic Tanks in the City of Greenville. The City Council of the City of Greenville do ordain as follows That from and after May 1, 1912, and within a reasonable time thereafter, evciy occupant or owner of any dwelling in the City of Greenville equipped with water shall construct on said premises a septic tank into which shall be conducted all outflow and sewage from such closets and toilets. Said tanks shall Re constructed oi concrete with the top covering not to extend above the surfaco of the ground, and with walls, floors and coverings to be built not less than six inches in thickness. No tank of less shall be constructed dimensions than five feet in depth, four feet in width and seven feet in length and shall be constructed according to scientific and approved plans and shall be .tfuilt at the direction and under the supervision of the Street Committee of the City of Greenville. Any person or persons failing for an unreasonable lime to comply with the provisions of this ordinance shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and u postconviction thereof shall be fined iu the sum of -- at MIRTH XO. ijovmi. 11.25 1.51 I.oHlsvllt',KxirisH uu Cincinnati K.ireis IiulHvUlf Minltrtl U3 Central City noomumxlntlnn miitm noi'Mt. 101 1:15 nm l.UHnin 7.15 jun ln be only The yelp of the gobbler will soon a memory.. Sec Briz's Saturday specials. 5.15 am Pailiu'iili aiiJ Cairo nceom 12.10 Jim 121 Pultun X 10 pin 101 New Orleans tH'ilal 10.5 X. O. kjico. (Lonlrtvlllt pattnr. only) Wlnm .W.G. OuAwroitn. At. June 5, 1011. Contentment. take it as I jfo along TJiat life nniht have Us gloom, That now anil then the sou ml of song Must fade from every room; That every heart must know its woe, Hault door death's sahle sign. Care falls to everyone, and so 1 try to bear with mine. Misfortunt! is a part of life; - Xo one who journeys here Can dodge the bitterness of strife Or pass without a tear. . Love paves the way for us to mourn. Our pleasures breed regret, One day u sptirkling joy is born, The next our eyes are wet. Each life is tinctured with the pain Of fcorrow and of care, . As now and then comes clouds and rain. Come hours of despair. And yet the sunshine burst, nww. And those who weep shall iiilej, For joy is always breaking U.; ngh 'v Iu just a little while, I The Christmas shopper will now not get the pleasant smile and the patient attention, but he does not deserve them. We have opened a cask of II. J. C. Heinz dry pack white kraut. M. Howard & Co. The hand painted cards which were on sale at the bazaar qan be had from Mrs. Jennie Roark. These cards make dainty gifts themselves, or they can be sent together with gifts. Ue sure to see .them before you finiih jour Christmas shopping. Have youi cloihcs pressed: Miss Arnold will do the work, in best Main street Monday morning, lined both sides for two or throe spuares with tobacco wagons, looked like happy old times, and attracted the attention of everyone. New evaporated peaches, primes, No paper next week. raisins, citron, lemon and orange peel, at Howard's. of every member of the Woman's Auxiliary of the Y. M. C. A. to personally thank every one who helped to makcthe bazaar, held on Friday last, such a success. As this is an impossibility we take this means of expressing our gratitude for the hearty of the women of the entire community who furnished the many beautiful and useful things sold on this occasion. Not alone to the women are we indebted, but also to the following merchants who came to the front and furnished the lunch served that day: W. H. Ilrizcndinc & Co. coffee; C. M. Howard & Co. sugar; Joe Long bread; Coombs' Meat Market and Lovcll Bros, material for sandwitches; R. Martin & Co. for space in their window in which we were able to display to such great advantage the articles for sale, also for the prize which they offered for best dressed doll; Les'ic Hale for the use of his tables, and especially are we groteful to the press for the libreal space granted our advertisments in their coin ins for some weeks preceding sale, and all free of Charge. Several free-wiofferings received and these together with results of sales amounted to something over $75.00, which sum coupled with enthusiasm aroused for the cause has done much to encourage the members who have given their lime and labor so willingly. ll It is the desire ORDER CLOTHES FROM BY MAIL SAVE MONEY. US AND Our otocis aro no larj?o that you havo ovory stylo and pattern, and size, and chapo Bolect: and wo make buylnjr BY KAIL, Just as easy and satisfactory as you can do Wo havo npi cial thingro that you can set NOWHERE ELSE, such as Wc Handle None But the Best. fom which to it in tha ator. Levy's Special Suits for Men at Levy's Special Boys' Suits with 2 pairs of Pants nad nil tho Loading Lines of CATALOG 3IE3h. WE ALSO SEND J FURNISHINGS, HATS AND SHOES. We issuo a larfre illustrated catalog, which we Mention thia paper and writo us fully for anything you want in our lino, and you'll Meakrs Retail Mcrchaats Assscialioa, Established 50 Years Ago. uiiuiumuMjiy J.VO.E UXJJJJSIJ, Faihrod Fares Reloaded at Certaii Tiaes. wv SAMPLES FREE. t a A House The Largest in Its Line. Third and The Bright Spot. LEYYS LOUISYILLE, KY. Market A" ; Miss Caroline Oatcs, who is in Just as usual, you are goinr to do school at Roanoke, Va., is here For Sale. your Christinas shopping late. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A seven room house with water' Oysters, Celery, Fisn t Coombs James Oatcs, for the holiday vaca- and light on Hopkinsville street, tion. lot 85 by 300 feet. & Co. D. S: DtfsfcAN. . .it Give us your order for fresh meat. Wffk of n r"n nnaf tin vw Coomus & Co. Stray Notice.-- ' v. .not complain Quick delivery. Filed Nov. 10, 191 1. Adopted Dec. 7, 19117 XJ. W. Lam, Mayor, Oiukn L. Rqakk, Clerk. Remember that ' we are not neglecting our regular trade for Holiday goods. Our regular stock has never been more complete than now, and wc will havejscial goods ISO '. for the feast. f Large Line iBBBBBl Roto, 0(1(1 (to CI athrwnll f ;'- Wmm$ Svs3v - Thurman aged seven years, died at the home of his mothMonday. er on Long creek, ten miles south of from town, last Sunday, after an illness of some weeks from Brighi's disease, ' "' and interment was in the Joines graveyard, in Todd county, Monday afternoon. Tsjvw: so much lc W - Taken up by J. H. Lovell, as astray, living two miles, west ol Greenville, Kyi, one male calf, dark brown, unmaiked, valued bj M. L. Boggess at $6. This, the nth. day of November, rou. Subscribed and sworn to, before me by J. H. Lovell, this, Nov. 11, ill Diners in Stoc far The I. C. Macfeiaist StrikeSettle'd. The strike that h.is beeriin fo c; Sui steals tte ISitn . . ...- - . i V .VV.v'vV v 4 VA . Give Miss pressing; ring made. . 5-- 2 Lena Arnold your and call will be " '.-- ' , . , ' - - - ?V; .V w .' V . 'i . ; ' . : '" ,; ; iatbh-o- r The court house is being given a coat of paint, and the men at work on the dome attracted much attention this week. The court house clock has been supplied with a hammer, and since last Saturday has been announcing the hcurs and halves, to the con. venience and delight of a vast number of persons. Scores of people in town had grown accustomed to striking of the clockL and niissed it greatly during the time it was out of repair in this respect. Do not forget that we have the Perfection Oil Heaters at popular Howard. prices. ' V'V :,A :: - ' . 'have it g: N"; .'.. ' ye shall-- . have another '"' veafd the report of the Farmers' J, ."'liank of Dunmor in this issue. It is creditable, satisfactory alike to despositors, officers and stockholdrs. Whitei and mat papers, this office. - colored cardboard, etc.", can be had at Monday s county court day, and Madisonvillc is to have an elecwill doubtless draw many persons to tion on Wednesday, Jan. 24 to town. determine whether whiskey shall be Santa Claus goods are open at sold in the city. It has been three UVizenduie'is, and everyone is in years since such an election was held, and since that time the town vited to call. has been in the prohibition ranks. The bazaars did a splendid busi- The disaster predicted has not oc ness, and supplied many Christmas curred, but instead the city has gifts that weic handsome and reas- made more advancement than duronable in price. ing any like period of its history. The newspapers are strongly favorFresh,Nsmoked and salted meats ing a, continuance of present conof all kinds at J. E. Coombs & Co's ditions, and arc doing soipe strong 020 market. work that will tell in the voting. It is generally thought that the proMrs. C. E. Roark, who for two hibition forces will again win, and years has been in ,Vashington in the with increased majority. census bureau, is here on a visit to Mrs. Jennie E. Roark. and relatives. You cannot appreciate the bargains in our special sale of Cut Get mcunts for calendars, mot Glass unless you sec them; we have toes, etc. at this office. sold to some of the best judges of Cut Glass in the City. Mrs. G. P. Dillon is visititing her 2t. C. M. Howard & Co. old home in Barren county, and will ireraain until about the first of Burr Grist Mill. , the year. My new burr grist mill is in oper All kinds fresh and salted meats ationj call 011 your merchants for Also ready to White Flint meal. atJ.-TS-. Coombs & Co. furnish the public with chicken feed Jast because . this vis the shortest and chopped corn, jl 28 J. A. Shaver; ' did than yqu .V 'V v Let Ic fix your clock -- for about two mouths on the I. C. Uvstem, in which were involved ma chinists and office men, has been settled, and everything will soon be back in good shape. Efficient help 191 1. in the mechanical department was J. J. Rice, J. M. C. C. hard to secure, and but for the many hundreds of men who remained in Taken up as astray by J. H. the various shops, vast damage Pittman, living in Greenville, Ky., would have resulted to the engines one Jersy heifer, unmarked, about and rollingtock for want of atten20 monhs old, valued by J. E, tion. Much inconvenience followed Coombs and Frank Richardson at as it was. The Tnen lost their con$10. Subset ibed and sworn to by tention for the recognition of the J. H. Pittman before me, this, Nov. federation, but returned to work on P, igtt. the same basis as obtained when the . Lovell, J. P. M. C. J. 4t. strike was called. In this district the most important point affected Taken up as astray, by W. S. was Paducah, where about 1,000 Mathis, at his farm five miles East men were out, and they are practiof Greenville, Ky., one red and cally all on again. white heifer about 18 months old, unmarked, and valued by W. Jl. We are prepared to make atRoyal at $12.00. tractive prices to parties wanting Subscribed and sworn to before Candy in quantities; Jet us figure me by W. 'S. Mathis. This Decem- with you. ber jnd., 1911. C. M. Howard & Co. 3t. J. J. Rick, J. M. C. C. 43 41. The samples of household articles Miss Arnold will appreciate left from the bazaar last Friday arc your laundry and clothes pressing." still on sale at the Y. M. C. A. Call 3 for prompt service. Among the things will beffbund the following: Old Dutch Cleanser 4 Notice to Slackk&Wers. Parawax i ,.b. 10c, 5 c, There will be held at the office of Kitchen Boquet 3 for 5c:, Knox's the First National Bank, Greenville,, Gelatine 3 for 5 c, Wright's Silver Ky. on Tuesday, January 9th, Polish 3 for 5 c, Arm & Hammer 1912., betccn the hours of 10 a. m Soda- 6 for 25c. Anyone desiring and 12 iu. an election for the these things will do well to take adpurpose of electing seven directors vantage of this opportunity, as all articles are perfectly freshand very for the ensuing year. reasonable , Dec. 7, 1911., T. Reynolds, Jr. Scqy. Jno. We have a few choice, .pieces enamel ware regular price 25 cents If you want to try the new cook ing fad we can furnish the cookery that wc want to get out of the way and' will offer them Saturday for bags. Howard, TEN CENTS. Co. C. M. Howard 2t. . Staple and Gift Articles, in ROARK Arthur Ii. iavell Dead. Arthur B. Lovell, in his 32nd. year, died at the home ot his mother, Mrs. Jane Lovell, east of town, last Wednesday night, after an illness of ten days from complicated heart trouble. His condition had been serious from the beginning, and all' efforts to correct the trouble were unavailing. There was no more popular young man in the community than Arthur Lovell, and none more worthy of the general esteem m which he was held. Quiet, clever, accommodating, he was an exemplary man in every respect. Rev. G. a Dillon conducted short service at tho home at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon, and interment followed in Evergreen cemetery. Messrs. Fred Head, Hernio Shutt, John S. Brizeiujine, Leslie Shutt, Ray Morgan and Marvin Wells were the. pallbeiros, and there was a large attendance of- relatives and friends. Besides his mother he is survived by three sisters and three brothers. - FURNITUR E Heavy Tskacco Deliveries. already been done by some parents, why not give your boy a ticket too? We have opened a library at the Y. M. C. A. and Christmas time is a good time to donate a good book to the library. Wanted Some chickens, market price. J. E. Coombs & Co. xas been the heaviest in years in tobacco deliveries, more than 300 bos Y. H. C. A. NOTES. VS; 'oje Mr. Otto A. Rotherr, who han been spending some months in the county, will return to his home in Louisville today. He has collected much material for Tiis book on Muhlenberg during his stay and has also been favored by- many valuable contributions of Indian relics, old time curiosities, and rare and scarce specimens of items of handcraft. Mr. Rotbert intends making a return visit of shorter duration in the county next spring, when he ho pea to complete h3 field work on IhU book. - leaded tobacco wagons were numerous in town Monday night, many of them in sheds, and some of them out in the open. On account of the rush of delivery, the factory people were unable to reach all wagons, so the drivers returned home with their teams, returning Tuesday. Window glass, all n sizes'and very XMAS GIFTS. low-iprice.. 8xio inch, glass, a Any boy,' young man or older We hav(e the largest for 5c. stock in the county, and are prepar man will appreciate a membership ed to cut to any odd sizes Try us. in the Young Mens Christian Assoi' ciation for the year 1912. This has C. M. Howard & Co. Do not forget the election' of Board members on next Tuesday at the building. The following are nominees: T. N. Belcher, John Brizcndinc, A. W. Duncan, Leslie Hale, II. C. Lewis, M. B. McDonald, Paul Panne II, J. T. Reynolds, Jr. and C. W. Talor. There are to be five elected, one for two yoars and four for three years. Every active member of tho association should be on hand to vote. The Bible classes will not meet next Sunday because of Xmas, But will meet on the 30th, of Dec. In the contest tTie Intermediates and Juniors arc tied for first .place. InterThe standing is as follows: mediates, 185 points; Juniors, 185 points; Seniors,. 80 points. febeen Uroligut to .111: vuiiuus lactones. Monday the streets were lined with wagons, and, Margaret Elizabeth Wlckliffe. the rush continued all day. It is esMargaret Elizabeth Wicklifle, timated that $30,000 has been. paid widow of the late Charles Wickliffe, out the three days this week. died at her home near the depot at midnight Saturday, after an illness Give us your job work. of many weeks from complications incident to her age, she being in Rev. W. C. Hayes will occupy her 84th. year. She was well the pulpit at the Methodist church known over the county, and was next Sunday morning and evening." one of the pioneers. Her home had always been the center of Charles B. Stumers Dead. hospitality and good cheer, and it Mr. Charles B. Summers, in his was a rare treat ao be privileged to 32nd. year, died at Luzerne at the enjoy the sociability of this home. She is survived by her daughter, home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H.'. Gibbs, parents of his wife, Monday Miss Nannie Wicklifle, and by two midnight, after an illness of several sons, Charles and Robert, and by He a wide connection here and over the months from Bright's disease. was the youngest child of Mr. and county. A short funeral service Mrs. C. B. Summers, of Earles, and was conducted by Rev. Dillon at was popular at his old home as well the home at 2 o'clock Monday as with the men at Luzerne, where' afternoon, attended by many friends, he was employed with the W. G. who followed the remains to Everwife and green cemetery, where interment Duncan Coal Co. His two children survive. Rev. G. V. was made beside the body of her husband in the family lot. Aunt Dillon conducted a short service at Margaret was one of the most be- the home at 10 o'clock Tueasday loved women of the town, and she morning, and the body was conveyed to the family graveyard at win be mourned by a large circle. Earls, where interment was made, at 2 o clock, many friends attending. Tho new i,doo class freight engines just put in service on this division are the latest in the motor lino, and are attracting much attention. There are five now in service, and the order is for fifteen for the Louisville. Paducah division. By-sun- The members of the General Baptist church here and near by are planning to organize and build a church in town. There are quite a Registered Poland China Boar, Services at number of persons interested, and J. E. Coombs' farm at SI, due when service rendered. it is likely the building will be .1. H. COOMBS, erecivilis, Ky. erected next year. lucky mm SI--'- -. ROARK Firmtare W&UpsKper, Shades, Moldings, Coffins, Caskets, Robes, . Undertaker's Goods: Wrapper, Slippers, Gr&ve Vaults. Disinfection . . ROARK A 'Xv. m . ihe Uniy Ining That Will Reiieve Not Neusralsia9 6 . .r--f -- v ITTVI Why S Ml Our Name has been before the public for 30 years, most of the timev right on the spot where we are now located. ACTIVE 6.T.CII INDIAN RUNNER DUCK niercinir nains of Ncuralaia, which often follows a bail cold or The Drcsri, Note J (cr It; Esg Prod the Leghorn duction arc! of the Duik Family. Tc-:vw- r . j si- - InclU; houcu tho name Indian. term "Runner" comes Trom tho tact of Chat IJioy literally run instead waddling liko icott ducks. Tho Indian Runner Is a broed of small, utility duck noted for Its eg production, nnd Is ofton termed tho Leghorn of tho duck rnmily. Theso duoks have beeu credited with records Hocks ch nf more than 200 csk of tsn. and 1S2 css each In llocks of one hundred! The "Runners" aro active in their halite, are sood foragers, nnd on an crcUnslvo run are ablo to Theto ducks camo originally Cliy OEOUOK K. IIOWAUO.) Trom TI10 LsiGrinnc. arc frcoucntlv almost un bearable and few medicines afford nnv relief to the sufferer. f r.m a rural mail carrier and have been n user of the Dr. Miles medicines for years. Read The 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. 4 Pills Dr. Miles' Anii-Pai- n can't be beaten. They arc the nnlv rhintr 1 have found that will relieve my neuralgia and I have tried most everything, besides medicine I am willing to from the doctor. tell anyone what the Anti-Pai- n Pills did fcr me." Woodvill. Ohio Box 201; If vou. like Mr. Hilderbrandt, "have tried most everything" in vain, why not do as he did, fight vour aches and iains with Dr. Pills. Let the Miles' Anti-Pai- n pills bear the brunt of the battle. No matter how stubborn the con test, they will come out victorious i 9L tfif Charles Hilderrrandt, Our Claim HENRY WATTERSON Editor, 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. VK v M 1 CAN I'URNISII OV The SL SL J. L. ROARK Estate ORIEN L. ROARK, iManager Dr. files' Anti-Pai- n Pills it "V their record, which is a long list of cures extending back a rrrnfrntinn. 1 '.ViVSssn Runner Ducks THE RECORI AND THK f & , . , .1 ' k V- - ' t t T '' "" . - 1 ' - : - J of their rood. nrp hardy and JSi11 ,u nDt stand con -'NLclr nesh is of n . is of fine qual iioportlon nrnnnlrt everywhere Roll them. If first psekago falls to benefit, yogr drug-nlwill return vour money. MILES MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart, Ind. A WEEKLY ER-JOURN- AL v A A A BLUE a3( FURNITURE IsMim 1379 Long Distance EALERS D IRECTORS Teleptas: Stwe 71; H&me m : . ll.U ! rnthor v.. . BOTH ONE YEAR FOR rket purposes ' - ' Indinn Runner cly funned head ray and yhMo co!or nrof erred. The head od with cap and check light fawn or gray, tho ISnd from the cheek a uartw line of white fiehth of an inch il!e. The Lvfiusual loi:gth. fairly Urpafi igfut tho hcfie. In the duck- till I) o! h yellow color, When fully raa-rwTtb goon ill thf)M be green in color ;1 gtorencli tro.ibli Is but a symptom of. and no Wo think of DjtH-p.sltt- . Jn fpIf a tnw ihsoa..-- . .iiirilmni mill InilirfilliKi n nil I ili.U".iv). vnt ihpr nrn Tiniitoms inly of a, ccrtnln puciflc Nervo siokiiojs iiotliinR p1.. T l,tj f.,n f li.it tiiuln.mwllt.ln.inii Ciliivno in the crcjition of llmt now vi'ry iiopnlar stomach nrmooy ur. snoop s liesiomnvo. iioiuk nircc find favor 10 Dr. Fhnonnwl his KfMoratlvp. WltB-p- We can also give liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier-Journa- l. Com Write Courier-Journal $U5 -- ssf-A ROSE-3- xThe New Rse (Violet Blue) Hailed by the Rcsc GroHcrs as the Forerwrner o? the Cwn- f Jewcr Sine Rsc. Very viior- oas and 80M BEBLANO TELEPHONE (ircos pokatbd) - TELEGRAPH GO. that nrlelnal nnd highly vital prinrlplc. no JiTph lastinxuecoinplishniriiU von ovir to U haQ. yt)T pinucn iiisirt'.. oio;iini7, uiiinu&nres. oau try Dr. Phoop'i broath und sallow ronmloxlon. ltfstoratlvT-TiiblPt- s or Liquid and siv for your, tulf wlint it can nnd will do. Wo se!l end cheer- luny rccommonu i. .vTth'a-.iack'bcttif- . gftfr jXc of n huzel cplor and t HchWn the head. The neoK unusu'fllyjrcrg end slender nnd white of in color frfrm head to the beginninglong The back is f.nd uarrovi and or a light fawn or pray color ATho breast is round and or a lignt f3.-- or gray color, evenly (ivldcd atout i;alfway between tho point or the breast b.onp nnd the legs. Tho tody Is Ions, narrow nnd carried cract, with no Indication yf keel, or somewhat resembling that lighta fawn In bape. and is or a or gray color The wings are of medium leriU) and carried close to tho of ,fndy, the rtfluMcraAsl top part as the came color the wire? nc tail ffj composed or lire Lrcast. feathers, the j fwatbers or Jtajil, stiff he tirakTS being well curled. Tht colgray. or of tho till is light fnwn or length The less should te or medium straight iuul ceUAvell fjwll tlo toes ahd'"conect2d Ly wejj. To shanks icoa ehould be or a deep, bright d Pen-iufn dW ere Dr. Shioop's pany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send your subscription order to this paper NOT to the Courier Journal. The Greatest RoscKoYelty of the CentKry Scnd Tor Dcscrlptlwi and Price List hariy. K Free Blow!n4 a.-o- JOHN E. RACKEBRANDT Princeton, Ky, Grconliotiacs -I anywhero in Southern Indiaha, Southern Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee,"4 Mississippi Louisiana. Wo can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with the pcoplo of this great section of th o6untry. We solicit your patronage RatcsjiUon-- : able. Equipments and faciiitiMtKuhsur. Long- dlstanco linos and telephones of this Company enablo you to talk almost A ..." passed. - y MSSrE. PALDWriU. 'trLAKD HUME. Restorative I Ride Deal at homp as much as possible, Build up your with JUST RECEIV Many Patterns of 1 a This will home town. make you a better home market and enhance the value of your property. The Greenville Transfer Co, ! They I meet all trains, day and night, with Bus and Baggage wagon. leiKT KILL the COUGH AND CURE the LUNGS 4V$ poand3 7Jie stHwIard v.olght or the drake is nd .or tic duck 4 pounds. .A iflPJME f3 fi-t- Vhite 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.. . I TiM Bolllo Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. Dr. King's New Discovery enn Roughs vS! Ull QLDS w IWliLen youwanl GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY! OB. MONEY REFUNDED. Uest work, prompt service; give your laundry to Joe Morgan, who will appreciats your patronage. I XLhc IRecorb CO.LouisvilkKx Tyjth not forget the shady HoafeS- The Take your be.ef hides lo J. E Jovls need them. be Kept sanitary and Coombs & ('o. and get the cash. Houses roilit frosi vermin. iWfwtr. or our It ic the even, uwly thrift profit. ihst rral:es tbcm W a !jy. ' Tne comb not only denotes ligsj "Trg, i)Ut the general connui.ou yi Cures "Colds'1 in any part of body. HARCOURT itJOr.Fenner'sGougii Honey ,7 S I WlKro ntncniietlUlno fAllUiUwlllbrlny Tnla-before cxionr vSarMm Coldj."il!iUlrfiatUlu, CroUp, frovent etc Prices Quite a5 Rfi9Sona!)Ie as Consistent Quality. I r ir-- , Krs Wvei-' racire.? and too cannot bo adopted hay.oc, Very Serious I I I I Urii. 1 9 a.l")!l'i'"lW. tVUUOpiQS IL ...U .UUn,. v. v . .BsT-- 1 ' . sun)lns a YJroady .the fowls art It is setting n- rmAr arnearanc?. . 1 their 5tjKins sencon. ft'ShoyW hp reniemhorcd that chicKs iced Tor the first 12 Black-dIaughlo not ned T to 3f hours efttr Imtching. a box of Jt, is proferablc :o kep Liver meoicme chaff constantly beforo ti f9Wls. The reputation of thi3 old, reliapillowing tneni to est an mey ble medicine, for constipation, t 'jo insurm fertile- esm it Is moat and liver trouble, is firmbreeding stock dpes not imitate ly establish. W.iial that the as timely mated. other medicines. It is better than should be n3 well fed should others, or it would not be ihe faThe grtoving coclcerois pullets, now ' and vorite liver powder, with a larger bo separated from the oalp then nil others comoincu. tho former given an extra allowance of feed. or the diseases could f dampness, ibtf 1 need to Iiepuro air, improper fcod, close breeding and conditions. PI IJTljai!!Ji.liiofarcTtr)bo4ljr. A hen that goe3- - around with her trlccf!clty.tli8 V! .lieu, c tVNHl(A7,m Urnai' mouth open St not a cornrortiiWo 'li, w rtwarm. Qlvo bcr a place ho is too II al.fullrdi!. t.irti. Sim f nd ccol off. MlttC )1 TV Urr C0J' year. ' Ao sit ilown every Ff.f).:T 51 TVfpVi open tho windows Threc-fourth1 It is a very serious matter to asl: for one medicine and 'have the v.Tong one given you. Fcr this reason we urge you in buying to fee careful to get the renuinc 2 111111101120. VWUZU. J. v ee the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Roark's. MUHLENBERG COUNTY Telephone No 5 and your laundry will 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 ribbons, legal blanks, document coyers, carbori Pf?cr at this oj)ce. Telephone that grocery want to Joe Morgan and get the beat uoods at lowest prices. age of the public, SAVINS BANK GreenvjII?, Ky. Appreciating your pas patronage ve solicit all or part of your fyftirg Banking business. TfJOS, fl. SUMNER, Cashier. WALLPAPER tl 1 - U '.JuUtb)) "tt Vt itoth' svnw WnJ over thorn to keep hayf? no business sro wide-meshe- 't r.cii m Pliotosrnphy ril.ipK.IlvrilVtra'lic. ly jir , nil. rMfiuiino n IMili. Co. l Coitec, Mill. in m.ffetw : Uhejhouse. ; trae If farmers would ue fli 3ufljtir.ent In feeding their noulUy that "3hey M?S in Teeding their dairy. cows : ithey wouljl soon find tho results quite ns Possible As much pouHry ad-- : ' should bo grown on the ffffl, but fSltlcual feeds may bo bpught as such 5:3 bran middlings, gluten lineal or beef scraps;k-9ueepp-,-isar- il'i'tuie.i;. r.t Ttwi!r . i 1' muiu-- , M'ss Lena Arnold asks the patronand guarantees that Satisfactory work will be done in her clothes cleaning, pressing and repairing shop. Special Prices, .it Roark's. tlEfOAtory. l'.rwr Amnr le a'n fha!orD,1 1 Hilt 0 Deicon St.. 'iLiiij f'iJ. Xbta olgnature 13 oa every box or the goaxiisr eiir AND HIDES HP FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES commission, who ior price list menllonlnn this tt4. 51 on- - mmfMW jyjS; The COME and SEE THEM Foley's Kidney Cure makes kidneys cna oiaer nguu Laxative Bromoiinine MMedy thai wm a Tablet caM 1m oku Oa JOHN WHITE SCO, louisvilu,ky. EstabUahed 1837 J. L. ROARK ESTAfM