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MIS miSl IS GIVtN.
He was laihrr c:cl;rd cuts wl.o'J al-
wai lcai" hc fame,
I Ic never altrir e-ird lo play il fail, but he
got there jutt the same;
(-c owed an l:undicd perrons his bills
he'd never pay.
But it didn't seem to bother him he went
toe same old way.
Let I he orti.r fellow worry, he couM .1
Vts otve l.U fua,
ix they icped him into polities he awo;
That landed him in c f ice end h
ran it '
with a dsh;
lie lived beyor.J his income and he ste le
five thousand cash;
He mieced the penetentiary by the splitting
of a hair.
And everybody knew it, but he didn't seem
Then one day i.e married and the papers
spread it thick.
He was a hurtling businers man who'd
turned a lucky trick.
And so it was he went his way until the
day he clird.
They laid him low beneath the sod - again
the pap.-:s lied;
For every man can safely bet that twice
his praise will lise
The first is when he takes a wife, the
other's when he dies.
' - I larry M. Dean.
County school fair Nov. 15.
Good morning! Ordered your car
Sec CooDib ie Co. Lcforo you
sell your berf hides. 027
This is the time
coal bills Ij;
when ice -m!
Our j;loii(.:is Indian summer has
had a fine ten.
'Kob Whitt" is without doubt the
best tiuur on carih.
Thttc wi'i be some stailiinr; rev
elations in li e exhibits at the school
Talent ami genius will be shown
in the oficrirg in the county school'
Wheo ycu j;ct "Ouai!" n.cal you
get the bent il-.al is to be had.
Mr. John M. Wells continues to
improve, and it is hoped will soon
be out again.
He. R. It. Tandy is in Trent jn,
where he is existing in a j rotratted
A recent bulletin from the State
Board of llealih is devoted to the
Hoohwoini, tnd shows t.S counties
of Kentucky have the infection.
No cases have been reported from
Muhleuberjr, but all doctois arc
watching carefully for any indica
tiocs, s mtny more than hilf the
counties have already discovered
cases more or less numerously.
Mi-. I'.. II. Ii.-ly is vi.ninj rel
atives ili l'.o;irj; (ifeiti.
1 . 1 j hi me N.i ami o'ir I.i'iitiii y
lll be rallf'l for ami delivciol.
Mr. J. P. Morgan was in Chi. ,i:;.i '
a few (J.ij s last week on Imsiia ss j
,ir. jco i.oiij. wi.s in i.,.uiuiic;aii 4).ier ,'hur:hos in tti al.v
last w.-ek lo the meeting i,f the
mjater t.'akets of ihe Stale.
1'. aby busies at Roaiks.
1 he i!:ip;eri,us ily has bout (lis
ajipcarcd, but the pesky tnoMpiito
is still with us.
See the Outing baby sulky at
Kojrk's, disfcreiit and better than
I he match of the school children
.it '.i.e co"nty fair will dint any pro
cession heretofore seen here.
To The Pcblic.
e desire to announce to the
public that our new- mill is t;ow inj
full operation, and we will at all
times have on hand the very finest
quality of Hour, meal and teed.
Wc are very anxious lo do custom
grinding for our friends, and can
give them the very best (lour and
wheat that is to be had anywhere, in
exchange for their corn and wheat.
Home Mii iim; Co. (Ine)
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Program for tonight: "Musical
Dream" at the Cumberland Presby
P.e sure to see and hear the
" Musical Dream'' at the Cumber
land church this evening. Proceeds
go to the church building and main
No matter what you want in sew
ing machine supplies you can get
it from Roark.
Mr. W. W. Iiridgcs and wife, of
Drakcsboio were hue Sunday,
guests cf ;hc fan. ily of Mr. J. I..
Mis. David Cowell, of Kailington,
will snive this week, on a visit to
Mis. Jol.11 X. Talor.
Dr. Liggett Haiicy, of White
Plains, who has been here assisting
Dr. Moors while his partner, Dr.
licvei'icy Martin, has been away on
vacation, has it-turned to his 'home.
Dr. i!ai!ey is a bright toung man,
well (jiiaiifitd fur the practice of his
profession, and hs a pramising
Dr. J. S. l.jonsi pastor of the
First ricbby tciian chinch in Louis
ville, la.st Scmlay cfiinpleted a ser
vice of twenty ) cars with his con
gregation. Dr. Lyons is well kown
here, ml.eie he makes cccasional
visits, and is held in highest icgard.
'Ihe co operative groct-ry store,
launched by the colored folks, open
ed last week in the Martin building,
corner Wing Alley and Main cross
street. John Saulsbury is the store
kceprr. A general line of groceries
will I e handled.
Papers were eagerly sought here
Tuesday, everyone being anxious to
learn the details of the assault cn
! New .iiti'ins in the K.irsrli 11 r -tj;u
i.uls torched lv Ko.'rk. this
1 v.-; L Alii'.-t the full line in stock
.Mr. V. II. (.Iray is in l.miisviilc
iilU'iidiiii; the sessions of the
, .Slasoiiii 4 r .t : i 1 l.oiLc.
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! he fisi jl (unit Ins liei n in re;;
nl.tr i tin ..i. iiii.il .ic?.-ii,ii this tvtck.
( I isl 1 1 1 is t in l; the oiuity li:n! in p.iy-
1.1 .'lit of
that have bern
ire iiuinla'ts, of
I ml liviti, i initial auto cnthus
unl, is wcariii,; a;i even more expan
sive sin:ie imwail.iys, as he has soM
me i M.; car, ami has many other
live j'tosjici is, some of which will he
, nude happy so in in the possession
of an autoimiliile.
j !et tnout.u for calemlais, mot
I toes, etc. at this oflicc.
The election returns will li re
j ( tivnl at the Alii e theater on the
jnijjht of the flection, ami seven
j reels of iihns will lie run (lining the
i i ii t t-r u: i .s i i n s lietween the Imlletins.
i This will lie a comfortable way in
which to hear the returns, ami the
house w ill he j .u kcl.
I 1 )i.hUici i.i is stiil allliiliiij; chihl
! ren over the county, lull the cases aic
all receivi'ig prompt attention, ami
j there h..e bciji i:o f.ita!iti(.s fo f ir,
wish the !i-L i:.e less picvali nt, a:i!
' the lv . is th it the I'l.iikiiiii. is
; rflmut over.
I The icvual serviies at the 1
tist chuiLh were bronchi to a Hose
s'lmlay iiiht, w hen the tiles of I', ip.
tistn weie athninistereil to sixteen
c jiiiliil ties. Theie
i nine aihlilions to the chur. !i, an.l
ceived additions fioui a'tioiij; those
who professed.' Dr. ('omptoii, of
t 'wciisboro, is a preac her ol great
power, and a forceful speaker in te-
Pest one ever ma le - the Kirsch
curtain rods; Roark has a large
Hundreds of farmers want better
drainage of land; be here Saturday
?nd h.;lj. :h.-:;.i get it.
Because of the musical at the
Cumberland Presbyterian church
Mr. S. A. Harris will meet the bos
of (irceuville at the Y. M. C. A. on
Thursday afternoon at 45, just
after school. Lvery boy in (Ireen
ville should be present to meet Mr.
Harris, who is 15'jjs' Secretary for
the State of Kentucky. Come and
bring the other fellow with you.
No matter how goes the election,
the increased cost of living will con
tinue, as manufacturers in all lines,
almost, are increasing prices.
Miss Cannon llelcher left last
week for Ardmore, Okla., where she
w ill spend the w inter with her aunt,
Well, we have our first auto; now
line up, gentlemen who'll be next?
We should have at least a doen in
town before snow flies, and we will
have several almost to a certianty.
Mr. F. A. Irvin, local agent for
the l ord Motor Co., delivered a
runabout Ford, 1913 model, to Mr.
J. A. Cilman the first of the week.
He diove the car through from
Louisville without mishap, but says
we have perfect highways compared
with some spots he struck en route.
Merchants here and over the
county should wake up to ths 1111
portancc 'if the school lair, and if
'anyone has failed to offer a prize
for the corn show and school fair,
this should be given attention at
once, as the pupils should be gener
ously recognized and rewarded in
! their commendable tfl::s.
The iiilcrnaticital convention of
the Disciples of CiuV.it, of the
( 'hristian church, is iu session in
Louisville this week, some fourtecu
branches of wcuk being represented,
ami about 40 ceo delegates anil
visitors i:re in attendance, practic
ally cvciy part of the wi.tld being
represented. This is one of the
greatest conventions Louisville has
ever entertained, and the vast ar
mory is proving too small" for the
meetings, the First ('hristian church
ami other buildings being used.
With the greatest grain crop the
country has ever known, and the
horse put out of business by the
automobile, the ultimate consumer
is demanding a larger package of
breakfast food lor his dime.
Free Tuition for Road rngiiicers.
In order to give as ninth assist
ancc as possible to prospective
County Road engineers, the Col
lege of Civil and Highway engi
neering, at the University of Ken
tucky, in conjunction with the
State Highway Department, will
give a short course to any citizens
of the State desning to avail them
selves of the opportunity. The
couise opened Monday, Oetobesi4,
and will iialude Road l ocation,
Construction and Maintenance,
1 icld practice in 1 eveling and Sur
veying, Making Maps, Profiles and
Ihe I'niversity will have under
way the icconsti uctioti of about
one mile ol Macadam road
during the period for w hich the
shoit course has been scheduled,
w hirh will give an excellent oppor
tunity for men attending the short
course to sec some actual construc
tion. The coiistrui tion of this road
will be under the sttpet vision of
State Road Commissioner K. C.
r.very ettort will be made to make
the couise valuable to men intend
ing to take the examination for
County I'oad Lngincer. Applicants
will I.e admitted to this course wr.h
out tuition cr fies i f any nature
whatsoever or uferem e lo educa
tional iii.ililii aiions. The course
w ill continue for ten weeks.
t i'i to S 1111 I. Martin's tons-trial
p 11 lor and bath hoiis-: for an ca.y,
i'i is.' jliu'.'ni an up to d.ite I1.111
cut; near the Mix Weir corner;
leading bitbrr shop in town, assist-
jeil by tvn first lass w nkinen.
Yts we hive an automobile - and
wc will have iifre soon, too.
l,:ss than thri'e weeks until the
election; unless you have m ide up
your mind, better settle o'l some
one to ctat your vote.
Tohaico i.iist'is have had plenty
of time, ami have gotten in all the
weed in good shape.
If you can stand the pressure for
three weeks longer the political
iroubles will by then all be settled.
There tnav be something in the
.es his followers. One ho'l mooscr
was heard to say yestet lav in an
swer to a long array of charges
brought by a gop (and hat a good
word): "Admitting all th.it vou say
is true, I'm going to VuU or the
colonel, because he is what he is',
not because he was what he was.
Mr. C. S. Curd, W. M., is in
Louisville this week, representing
Pond River Lodge No. 244 at the
annual meeting of the Masonic
(irand Lodge of Kentucky.
Miss Catherine ize has returned
from a stay of ten days with friends
in Louisville and a visit to her
parents in MorganfielJ.
Mr. Robert Ilardison was in
Louisville the latter part of last
week on bu.iness atlairs.
After the election is over the pub
lie will have nothing to worry about
except Thanksgiving dinner and
llcttcr get ready for the cold
weather it is coming, sute.
Mr Arthur II award was up from
Martwitk Sunday, spending the day
Teachers and pupils of the county
schools are working on the school
fair matter, and our people arc to
hi pleasingly surprised when
they view the results Ncv. 15.
There will be the usual number of
chanees of residence after the
1 elecMon, many moves being held up
t ) avoid the loss of a vote.
Closing out sjIcs, quitting busi
ness sales, spei 1 1! sales, money
r-iHing salts, regular sale-, all these
aie on no'-v on here, and aie draw
iug people to town ami causing con
I tlegr iphic pica reports imli ate
an extraordinary ntiinbci ol robbery
of railway trains, the approach of
cold weather alwas brins'in;; about
extra activiry on the part of crim
inals of this t) pe.
It is estimated that there will I.e
j.ooo school children of the county
here to attend the school fair on
Nov. 15. '1 his promises to be one
of the most interesting events that
has occurred hete in many a year.
Snl'AKi: I) HAL
Works both ways: it 1h nctils
th" buy I" as well as the S'-l-1
r. W: an- linn bclit rs
in the Sii.ir: Deal as much
lor our own bent-lit as tor
yours lor we know it you et
!lhe Si inre ileal habit von will
lniy troin a .Square Meal
house. We oi e a square th ai
always ami we are as
0,1.1(1 to ;;ie it as
you an- to
I uncral Goods
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Something to lliiiili About.
Many words wotTt fill a bushel.
liiit.i lire I ia.1i.ii. i' i.r '!'.:!! 'i.l
policy with us wiil lid a w-itit in lr.;
iinu happiness tint will otherwise
W. D. LIji ke!l iV IWn.
( ieueral I ns'iram e,
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Meet with the fanners the
court house Saturday morning and
lend your s n ; . : 1 1 I 1 an illurt thai
is t be m ide t clc in and straight
en creeks ami branches, so that
o'.ir annual loss may be slopped.
Col. J i'.iii K ilenilri. k, of P.1.I11
call, one of the. ablest speakers in
Kentuiky, will be lute next Sit'ir
day night and will m.ike an i-dduss
at 7. ,;o at the coiui house in the
interest of Wilson .-Mid Mar-lull.
Fveryone ii i ivi'.ed, ari l es;i:c iall
Miss. Lena Arnold has a full sup
ply of bulbs as follows: Hyacinths
for pot culture, 10c. ench; colors:
light ami daik bb.e, eIlow-, white.
pink, bright sciriet Hyacinths
for bedding, 75c. pci doen, in
same colors. Chinese lil lies 15c.
each; white Narcissus, 4c. per bulb
or 35c. per dozen.
Frisco Campbell and Hill Stuart,
colored drivers in the W. (. Dun
can Coal Co., mines at Crahan),
were in collision early yesterday
morning anil Campbell was so bad
ly injured that he died in a short
while; Stuart escaped without in
Muhlenberg farmers are Interested
in water - damage, and will inaugu
rate a campaign here Saturday for
correcting this serious loss. Thou
sands of acres of the best land in
the county cannot be put in cultiva
tion on account of ovenlows, and
every dollar exended in this work
will pay big returns.
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Ask our dealr in yoor town, for our beautiful book: "Modem
Method of Finishing VaiJa. giving' color schemes and practical
Blithest ions lor interior decoration in private houses and public
buildings. The plain directions on each can maka Pe-Gc
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Nev Gub Slict Shells lenovn as the
"old reliable yellov shells" for over 50 years
set the black powder standard.
The No. 2 Primer tvc3 a "turo, quick, snappy
ignition seldom fouini v fclr.ck iov.'der leads.
Cr if you prefer smokeless powder, shoot
fpinnsLMC Nitro Club Steel Lined Shot Shells
for speed plus pattern in any make of shotgun.
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Some one in your home prefers vocal music.
YouM rather have instrumental.
Vou can both be suited with a Victor
Two records in one almost 'zX the price of one
lo-inth, 75 cents; ii-inch; $1.25.
CTETHiG PfitVSrSj wo easy.
Costs Only 2fe t vnm, cr SiaiJ 2.
Mother ? Hv&italo no orpv-r,
your cft'r, thcusaffi'i have
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CO;cs tho elfectsct tjo
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The ortly Baking Powder made
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