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Hixlll rnltoa Accommodation I3.40p
' 114 Kew Orlean HpcUl S.40 p
i J'Sa w. o. Bptc. boutsrtite passr. onlyl
; .ae S, 1M0. W.Q.CBAwroED. Art
&tr Mr. Qrien I Roark will attend
'ff-toW Furniture Exposition
in Chief hi January, where hundreds
IWf spidil orders for fods in our
jkp, isftfc sV hove corf ful attention,
mud mNT W Mmndhd on a reasonable
lYMt pwmnal vUkt or telephone calls
ThtJ. L. ROARK ESTATE.
ILKS F02 DAT! T TMTXAX.
BY BAXTX G AMUXL 08ETTI.
ajtaamWaVWi Mtt. tke.celebrated Eh.
lMiMlerftttwt; trait Vera IbXobOub, kay
' M, MM, an4 AM at MrwItHrham, Kent, April
Mi M. Me wax tKe feuaer uf the raodera
KayliatHte hcno1 ef imlnttnf; and writer
tmumf warkaMy beautiful pocmg.J
Wi yHttni Veixreen spring and Rprlnff.
Mrt r all vfprlda than he can know,
Bat T the hIbI un doth show.
A tm rtler rWm Mmh tkou cauttt cl've
Hwhe tcMtU demoattrallve
Tke Ma dotk alk a ad tke wind nlng.
Oa.litire Jotter a( earthly things,
TkaVe 'krgw.yfc trse Wrth of song to be
Jl4 if kare wm kearta to loesy.
Or aaywkwt U tkc'aua or rain '
Ta kare laTta a keea ketofed aRala
la MKm4 Mck Me'n krlskt wlnf .
HUHV kr etken' Be4 lack I wed
MiN wa kjr Vhlae Ws kka HaVlaraed
BalB It; d kc kd))M bwW
WkM sre tkaa ke laclt'U bread,
r a y g4, wkareky we H-e i
T ke suck Mrtwtaace 1ft jlC ' f
Trtlf i aer ke ar tkou be akaWd.'
rlee tkat thy works prove e Hal;-Irs I
Tkat wark which tkoa kaM ne'tk best
NM eesae to be to tkee at leaglh
iJIwi aa to cary Hecaas tke streuyth
' '4K oWnr) kateful aad akfcorr'd-r-
"TWm awa akere thyself ade lord
CM Mtt'ftoAt tke bitterest.
Ta dad M kaat, to c ha ace at worst, ,
43tv tkaaks for read tktaks. Wat as-ilrst.
Mnwi hlsss'siK la tkat good
Wkta afja4 Is M( fat-itade.
StTt Kiw prayer npUfttk face,, -144
tke awsst rifk to render gract
Aa tky ml'i ekrikd cblkl be oura'd.
Tkk Hkcord 50c. pr yw.
WaJer if vnu ra ve writ?
vilk wants to know its cen-
'5fXM:'WtV fatknttd at Ford Bros.
TlMLtMrkfy population would show
TM, Yl,iSt4titii law went into
dtkKt lat SuMiay.
JPX''V,. "'Try th new eat niarket at the
GiMMoriiMff! Have you
tto ChrwtMas spirit?
jThk is a f4 froft foi popke
W'ttiink hi rtd improvenaents.
all sorts now at
Chrktnas coming once
a yfar,Wj- make it last all the!fimsa- The season was. not a sails-
:iervice and food at
M&Matustdpe'ned in the
lurca if Vital Statistics, Creatcikj
Act if Legislature. Afryci
March 21, Ifll, Takes Ef
feet Jaaiary 1, 1911
Al( iirtks in Csisty Must Ic Icis
tcrei, aid Iwlies ef leai . Ptrs-'.
tis Caiaet Be BartciT it:
leaisveii Yrm Ctii-
Heavy Penalties ImpstiUfH Tkm
Whs Fail or lefise to Canity
The law enactedj)y the last Leg
islature, approved March, 2.x 1910.
and takini; eftect ox January.ii 19.1 x.
brings this state in line with others.,
and conforms to the rulesrand reg
'tlations approved by the U. S. Cen
sus and American Public Health As-
nsdeiation. The provisions require
that every birth shall be registered,
and the failure or refusal of any
physician, midwife or other person
charged with responsibility for re
porting births, shall be deemed guil
ty of a misdemeanor, and, upon
conviction, shall be fined not less
than five dollars nor more- than
- If any undertaker, sexton, .or
other person acting as undertaker
shall inter, rctnove, or otherwise
dispose. of a body of any deceased,
person, without-having received a
burial or reraoral permit, he shall
be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor
and upon conviction shall be fined
not less than twenty nor more than,
one hundred dollars. ,." " 5?.
Railroad and other, okimonir
tjiers ire reqnif J jo1jsie that-- all
bodies offered for srfipMfcnt shall be'
accompanied by the proper permit,'
and shall be fined riot' less than ;fiftV
dollars nor'morc tharV'twb -hundred;
dollars for. fiach ofTen'eL ,s ' . utt
This law will work..a hardship onJ
isprnft persons who live remote frond
axy of the registrars, and will, in-
sextons, undertakers and others, but
r .'ift kclaw is without
nqutt uj v Aicent one, as it .-will
keep: the vital statistics ia a"co
veaieat, reliable shape, and 'will,
save rauch IroiiWe fcfri-future;, gener
ations in the way of claims, avoid
ance of lawsuits, and such import
ant matters, - ;-r--
Cr. V. H. Franklin, pffice deputy"
sheriff, has been commissioned reg
istrar herd, and his territory em
braces voting precincts No. 10, XI,.
is, 13 inu 1 7,' wn.c is qfiie a territory.-
He hasi kfl theWcewary
blanks, and has supplied doctors,
undertakers and Mothers affected, so
far as he has been able, and has
supplies for all, and asks that per
sons entitled apply to him at once.
. Mr.' Chas. Creel has beta ap
pointed, at Central City, embracing
voting precincts No. 3, 4, 18 and 21.
Mr. W. H. Moores, at Bevier; J,
R. Morgan, South Carrollton; J. C.
Kir4ey, Penrod; W. H. Williams,
Cisey; C. G. Bridges, Drakesboro;
I.-W. Humphrey, Graham; C. E.
Martin, Earles; W. C. Grundy,
BreiweB, are all registrar's for their
respective territories, and have supr
piics. Permits must be secured from
the registrars in the territory where
births or deaths occur, and at ho
The law has not been known, and
it will be well for all persons to in
form themselves and others of its
provisions, so that no infractions
may be committed.
Mr. J. A Shaver has his new
"Midget" mill -in operation and is
turning out a first-class' flour. He
is now in uosition to care for custom
lgrindin and also to supply the lo
cal narxei, ana asses trie patronage
mi the public.
Special attention given to people
who live in the country. Ford Bros.
Prominent Kentuckians last week
in Louisville in tbe good roads con
vention expressed themselves as in
favor of improved highways. Thi
is all right, but what is needed is to
arouse a general interest in this im
portant matter among the masses. v
The quail season closed Saturday,.
and several hunters were in at the
I tactory one, on tiie whole, as birds
were scarce and territory .was re-
shrieked, as many ''farmers here
i closed their fields ' against 'the
I HERE'S TO
MAY WE HAVE AS MANYIOML';
FRIENDS AND GENEROUS CUS?;
TOMERS AS. WE WD DURfc .!
THE GOOD YEAR
Our tetter efforts id,
at yw ctiufflifld
May every good thing be
The J. L. 'ROARK 'pfkt.
Furniture, Wallpaper, Fflsrral Emhalmers
FrivateLong-disbnceTeluphofi.. ?i roj V-: Home, T08
This! is one
hash given out, yet? . .
Your patronage solicitiid b K'
Express and mail matter
about back to normal again.
Mr. Marvin Wells returned tc
Louisville Tuesday afternoon.
Needles f brail sewing machines at
When Santa gave sleds he showed
how well he knew his business.
Pot hunters will now'hayanothei
chance at Bob White by setting
traps. V, ' ...T
Get potted plants and cut flower&
frbm Miss Lena Arnold! "
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No fireworks accidents to report.
Gradually humans are becoming. safe
and sane.' : " ' 'r '
The town willl now settle down,
to its usual gait, after a fusti'of Holi
day social affairs.
you fiave'n'ekra "themV'Call a'aJn and'
often; they, never grow tiresome J
Lare library,, of ricoWs-'and i.lbg
kinds of talking machine supplies.
There have been more than the
usual number of - mHniages.dur.ing
the holiday season. 1 -
Mr. H. .N. Martin was herefrom
Louisville a few, days last t week;,
mingling with old friends.
Club pressing rates -Ix-per month
at Ford Bros,
Miss Geneva Barrjwhohas been
teaching school in this county, left
Tuesday for Florida.
A large quantity of tobacco was
delivered here Moday, but the cold
weather Tuesday atopped the flow.
Have Barkley Bros, repair your
flues, and prevent a fire loss. .
The weather was not of the very
best all the time, but social affairs
went on at a good gait during tioli
There were many parties; ecep
Hons, musicals, dinners and like''
social functions during the holiday
Get refreshing, stimulating hot
drinks at Leslie Hale's fountain. .
The thermometer stcod plump at
zero yesterday morning, which wa
the lowest of the winter by sorae
Train arrivals have not "corres
ponded with the schedule for' the
pas .day or so, the, extreme weather
Telephone No 5 and your laundry
will be called for and delivered.
The Presbyterian and Cumber
land Sunday school children enjoy
ed Christmas trees at their respec
tive churches Christmas eve.
All records were Tiroktfri in the
number of marriage llceh'ses Issued j
in December, when 43 white and
8 colored certificates were supplied.
. Take 'your beef hides to J. E.j
Coombs & Co. and get the cash. '
.. ,, , ... "::T.r V ..... ., , .... -'fiYVyftH nhr 'wjth thr flr-pnviH
of. the. old-fashioneKLj i.-tii5Yi WkSPi. .!.! r'ho'Vdre h"lAi-'from their
iI.,k,lfyucitop hat . i'ekfVy 'buth,hfdv,ontt.:l'ftid
Has youi turke j ,y r j( ,' H.t.'her.
.impi:d v,ed ' eqii Jpents . .are
" ; ; ,!;::;
yours this year1
; s. J'jJi? 1 ' 'f
4-ij :t v .rci -thy. t . Ford
jliuis Roark has re
'JiHti' l.enftjter .vacation
I " iHV V.ft aHH"mearit "the
noi Jco-j tt.ut- a'l the year.
: . . j v. jsKfjfc Tmagazines:;
iKM: Mil .
i'"yj F'fp rcved skates!fpr
.nJ . yea' . t ealtjifuhj
" "r to get: belief. .
tav. "i, akc .Uicir. your work
c wie Jf Finis ; Mar tin,. colored.
tess' in. pi ?c Kentucky L,?rgss asio-1
"1 :S'lt. e Lam buiiaj
J)3il ,6 .jjjntj io p.m. Mcais
33c j y-t'orqersp all kinds, soft
6 a..ra. to io p.m. Metis
ianKs, fruits, candies, etc.
:.-r.v. A .::' $ 1 :
Mfes"s'rs.'bscar 'Frvin, Felix .far
tidfand'Lembrif Pannell hTive' resum
ed work" in S'tate tfntversity, Lexiiig
ton, after speeding hpUd4yy.a,cati6h
Our own -Ed Howe -wafcts to Vaow
what has become of the old-fashioned
girl who wore plenty of clothes
in the winter, includlngnarctic over
. Mss Lpna A,rn61d handles cut
flowers jtnei pottedJ'piaiits, and will
appreciate orders', wlJich will have
The Veport of 'the Farmers' Bank,
of Dunmor, will be found in this
issue, and the" sBdijcing raadeis arf
excellent one, showing growtfr and
thcUioliday seagoiljljut you 'reji'noV
fulne.ss thit Vbu'shbuid haVe hwi for'
tjo past several, days, "
' JfmfGet wallpaper cheaper than,
you ever did before, anywhere, at
Rpark's. SidevvalJ, Ijorder, ceiling,
fdrvroom 16 e.Vuare, as ldw.s
'$1 higher grades in same proporr
tipn. W '
The Sunday-schools of the- town
made generous donations of funds
Which pr6vided:libcra1 quantities of
fruits, nuts, food and other season
able items of the poor house for
Christmas. ' -
Kentucky built 86 miles of rail
road lines in 1910, which is only two
miles less than were built in iooq.
The development was practically all
in thof eastern., part of the state,
where coal and timber developments
' Try the work doneby the press-
jing "shop operated by Miss Lena!
Arnold. , over the Greenville" Goal-
'Co. ofnte. tfW r .
Y. M C. A. NOTES.
On last Sunday afternoon a good
ly crowd wai out to the New Year's
service and it proved a very inter
esting and helpful meeting. The
talks bjrBr. Henderson and Rev.
Dillon were very timely and well
6eivcd. .The music rendered, by
the, choir and especially by thcj
quartette was enjoyed by all.
" On next Sunday afternoon at 3
o'clock the regular men's meeting
will bc-rcsumed. "The Transfigur
ation" will be the subject for dis.
cutfsioa -at this meeting. Every man
'add' boy in ' Greenville is cordially
invited to be present.
'During trie vacation week ' the
building 'was "'crowded from ealy
mo'rriiinir "'till late at niirht.- -The!
freadlirig ro'otn game room and jym;
nM5ium were given
(Js tokeni- efficiency.
' ' " During the week he Y.' M. C.
A. baSkfef1 ball tcacr plstd' 'twtj
K.iJO.L. V.; .1.- .. .r .
b(i number of' sn?-.
cures as.iiiuos; 25 ta- 14 Am: . i
to 17. They are priurrinVfor pnrnc-'
tnbr'e' match a'mes in tic lUture.
There are only three m'ore months
left in the association year. Have
T done all in my power to make
OtJR association count for the most
in the community, during the year?
If not, why not resolve to .try to
make amends during the remaining
, . We rejoice with Covington and
.Louisville in . .their successful new
building campaigns. The former
. fqr,xoo,ooo and the latter for 305,:
00,.; ; During the past calender year
.xhc, (bss391.at.ion of Kentucky ( have
carried on. .seven, campaign raising
630000 to parry on the work, qt
bcittijriun men. This has been a
HTJp.tiehistorx of the worjsjg,.. raa friends among our peo-
in. Kntugy.. i(f,od surely h,as bqenj; ?-nce i, rVsidence here. .
,ith us. t
-;Tie bibld.cJass.jneetsx;this..Y,eeXi,4yere one. of the bright
frs psuaU at. .3. 45 :&n Thursday,. . Be .-"ig .ltwJ.s ,pf Jhis jsection. 1
Hhr.t .tp study .ourilcssqn.
" " 'a ii' Li.:: .1. ijLi'i
t rut pi uciwmj are uiuyiii.-
r 4.V. A '1 rt X lfnwin
J 5M IV Hit lllltl J i, (in
U -9T m -
1 cc vfi. arc earnestly rctju'i-
.i ed' Viil 'thd-make lull set-
tlcflAnts as - soon as pos-
ft 101' s we rc compcuea
A to collect all' outsta-ndin
J debts in order to make set
J ttement with the R. Martin
J R. MARTIN Sc CO.
People are soon to find out how
inuch more they are worth than they
have figured, as will be shown by
the county board of supervisors,
now in session.
Sanders Elliott Owens, a two-year-old
colored child, died aear the old
cemetery at 5 'clock last Sunday
morning, . .and was buried at 10
oclock. Monday morning in Fair
.See, Coombs & Co.
sel your beef, hides. ,
A man who joined the water wag
on outfit the, first of the year ac
knowledges that he, has already slip-
pea, oit excuses nimseir oy gauani
ly. decjatfag that the vehicle was
crowded- so he got off to give a lady
his seat. ,
A concern in town which has an
awkward, luber,ly employe, who is al
ways doing the wrong thing at the
right time," and wrongly doing the
right thing, has a manager who has
given the boy the name " Smear,"
and the title is liable to become gen
eral and permanent.
Your clothing cleaned, pressed,
repaired and dyed at Ford Bros.
There has been another cut in
automobile prices, announced last
Sunday by the United States Motor
Co., one of the largest concerns in
the world, making some of the best
known cars, and In their eighteen
factories having an annual capacity
of 1,000 cars per week. The re
ductions range from 35 up to $.350
per car, and should result in a.heavy
See-Miss Lena Arnold for bulbs
0f all 'Sorts.
FOR THE LAST '
FINAL XflOK :
. before, going out milady will .
bless.the electric light for en
ablinp hor to dotcr.k the slight
est flaw in her tippuarance. The ,
lights can be .v. conveniently
placed vrid ar3 brilliant and
illuminating, tlist they make
. oth'er. lights, look iiict' shadows.',
' Shall we tell -.-ou something
aljoUt the cost o electricity in '
' "your iirjinc?" !4 near will
7 ' 1 1
;hono Ko. 251.
Lim-Mercith $!igsgeeat Aaacefi.
Mr.v and "Nts. J." W. Lam have
announced tV engagement of their
'sSiaice to Mr. Hubert
Meredith', the: wedding" to occur
sonit1 'Jipi'i fni Febrdary, the cx.tctj
daX.feicbe aun.btfnced, later., This
habsiiVt1 .pif asing jinn jqneement
tp '-lie.'many rie.odof Hie parties,
.iud co'igratulit-.o n(J gopd wish
ra ,.:c : being ended, (rpm friends
ijLi nd near,. .ia .Lani is .popular
ijn jirtuut of her many attractive
g ;ius, arm .nr. lereoun nas
iernb3cr of ther law firm of Willis
music; a well as alhi
'tW popular' selection, ' speeches,'
tlr!rafa,",orches1frnV, 'instrumental so
'io,, q-narteues. ' Victbra .range in
N price from $10 to $.100.- Victrolas.
Sj (o'$2$o Large library of re
cords and-all kinds of talking .ma
Vox Populi, one of-. Pur oldest
subscribers, writes toputinalamca
tatioH over Christmas trees, which
require many years to grow, and
are cut down and after one day's use
are cast aside. Our only comfort
to the complainant is that he should
invent some method to have the
trees converted into a breakfast food,
or some other useful article.
Farmers have some extra time on
their hands now, and it would be a
glorious thing if they would make a
close study of the multiplied advan
tages and benefits that would come
to them if Muhlenberg were criss-i
crossed with roadways, that were
good all the year, despite weather
conditions, extraordinary travel,
condition of grade, soil or drainage.
Miss Lena Arnold now has her
pressing, altering and repair shop
in operation in the Greenville Coal
Co. building, up stairs, and solicits
the patronage of the public.
The teachers of the infant classes
at the Methpdist' Sunday-school
have a plan of instilling the Christ
mas idea in the children for all the
year, and in furtherance of the Idea,
the children arc bringing corn,
fruit, bread, etc., to Sunday-school
each Sunday and attaching it to a
cedar tree, which is placed where
the birds may get the food. This
is an effective means of teaching,
and shouid be multiplied and diver
sified. See the Rockwell
Nitics U Sf&ckfcoMers.
There will be,held at the office of
the First National Bank, in Green
ville, Ky.i on Tuesday, January 10,
19 1 1, between the hours of 10 a. m.
and i2 mf an election for the pur
pose of electing seven directors for
Jno. T. "Reynolds, Jr., Secty.
v' smmmmmmm -luc yiu6 'uesi , i-mu oituu i
7 10 to a. m.
IV to 15 a. m..
1 to 1.30 p. m.
4 to 5 p. m.
; MemUr Karrue Lictfxs.
The following marriage licenses
vcre issued during the month of
Garlen Hill to Ethel Cartwright.
Ben Cartwright to Normal Hill.
Buric Jones to Osa Carter.
W. N. Pendley to Lizzie Bell
Harvey Bi owning to Nora Reeves:
J. T. Munday to Alice Skipworth.
Robert Uzzle to Mamye Gassett.
Osa Bandy to Mante Johnston.
H. W. Gatton to Edith Martin.
McCiure Napier to Nellie Creel.
Thurm.an McRoy to Stella Yin
cent. Claude Vincent to Myrtle,McRoy.
Will Pittman to Myrtle Rich.
Ben Hopkins to Ethel Davis.,
a.c 10 x,ca xravu.i.A.
man Athly t. Xbxie?
U ZUkI Doobo?
Era Jte4krts. '
Archie Reach te Viola Snider;
- John V. Rickard to Nola-A;
Whitman. - , . , . ,
A. Y. Craig to Laura Belle Han
cock. " f
0. S. Jeraigaa toGrace.Lacefteld.
Henry Gibbs to Cordelia Travis.
Charley Myers to Arah Clardy.
Jesse Samacr to Ada Gertrude
G. W. Latham, Jr. to Grace Da
vis. ' ,
Geo. T. Carroll to Fordyce Moor
head. Gabe Woodruff to Eva Lee Butler'
Charlie Dossttt to Ella Phillips.
Elmer A; Coraette to Sallie Wil
liams. Ostel Bullock to Mary Gregory.
' Vernon Murphy to Gtrg ia Gax-
J. H. Goyea, Jr. to Lixzie Good
all. All on Parson to Carrie Hardi'tea.
Thomas Jackson' to &csk Roark.
Charles H. Roberta to Flora Mil
ler. Robert MorrUoa to Delova 5kg- .
leton. . , '
Herbert Yonts to Lettie V. Sheat
wcll, ' ' J
P. Mi Smith to Lola Louisy Hill:
Avery Wood to Etta Ball.
Geo. M. Fleming to Nannie
Dave Borrow to Novella Knight.
Harry Hugh Lovell to Amy Dex
ter; Uncle Jira'Barrett, a well known
colored man, died at his-home just
west of town about noon yesterday,,
after a few days' illness. He was
very old, and died from the infirm
ities of age. Funeral services will
be held at 2 o'clock this afternoo
and interment made in Fairmount
That -was a three-day Christmas
by falling on Sunday, some persons
observing also the days proceeding,,
and following. One young man dis
covered that a little rememberance
which he had given a friend on
Saturday had landed in the hands
of a third party hy Monday at noon,
and while he fads pleated that his
selection was rjet!y''coHsidered
tasty and appropriate, hei ot .ex
actly satisfied with the maifrcrai
which it was made to travel,