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to liu a i piU. ttir p wr m ill Ih- Micped.
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chairv if At, w r ltn- ill le ntu.lc for NMccrcd
in if hoe. No vn:loii of tbUruIr to anyone.
Nmp!f cpirH w ill br mailrj.
.A1f rti tn.'iitt w ill Ih Inwrted. A ratrard
wilt lr furitibl on riiie!t.
AlilrtMi all coin iiii'itifti.ttiM and make all rr
Aittamm pa,vat i KM ol;l IKKSS.
io me rcrem j u,. UJli: lr,, ilou tu.. ()f ,
And 1 shall
.c.jucst j,u.ge Keaster to lead in the Illi4 ubl!cc s, . tollillCIUe
IHLHS0AY. HOVLKBIR II. Iel2.
Cutt-rrd l tn (im uvlllt, K ., mloftlr mm
Jmlye Keasicr arose and said:
"Ladies and ('entletncn: I want to
say that I am -.lad to talk to you
this evening, and I rejoice to have
the privilege of telling you the story
of the glorious future that is in store
and awaits the people of our great
nation. I am glad to tell you that
the day of America's glory has at
length dawned and that our future
hoiion has become cilileil and
brightened by the light of
Ha anybody heard Teddy say
again that he will not lun again?
We thought not.
No doubt the l urks arc 'iite as
brave as they ate irpoittd to lie.
It is far cicr i die hcroii ally Ihali
to live Hj:ht.
Is the twenty years fiine the boll
weevil crossed the Rio (Ir-unlc from
Mexico it hns done 15.000 oco
worth of damage and is not much
of a household pet at that.
An uki in. to careful es-.iuiatcs,
the world's telephone investment
was, at the beginning of the year.
$1, 719.000,000, a figure almost
cciual ti all the gold and filler coin
and Lullion in the I 'idled States.
Thk returns from the election
have proven ihe most eflective dam
per that his ever been applied to
matchless Teddy. All that he has
said is that he will have a statement
to make later. If it is a dozen
years lattr it will please many of us.
Mis. S. I-:. Rue, who has been
seriously ill from nervous and other
troubles, aud whose condition has
caused the deepest anxiety, was re
ported as no better yesterday,
though she had ..rested somewhat
- easier. . - ,
Model Farm Sight Bought.
The fiscal court this week secured
the 20-acre tract ncresnary for the
site for the government experiment
farm. Mr. Henry I.ovell sold the
section from l.ij farm, and there
could not have been a better selec
tion made, as the land lays on one
of the most-traveled toads, is uear
town, aud will prove of most benefit
to the greatest number of people.
This is one of the most important
things that could possibly have been
established in the county, and we
are fortunate that with only a half
dczen to be set up, Muhlenberg has
been effered one of them, and that
our officials have had the foresight
aad good judgment to furnish the
land; the government will make all
the improvements, od j!J spend
thousands of dollars in erecting
buildirigs, equipping with machin
CHICAGO'8 FIRST GREAT
By A. W. MACY. .
Tnt river and harbor bill pass
ed by congress in 1846 was ve
toed by President Polk, chiefly
on tt-. ground of conomy. This
veto stirred up a great eomrno
tion all over the country, espe
cially throughout the northwest;
and a "harbor and river conven
tion" was called to meet at Chi
cago in July, 1S47. It was a
great gathering, attended by sev
eral thousand delegates. Indiana
alon ant 223, and Illinois
more than 1,0pc. Among the
delegates efterward prominent
in national affairs vers Horace
Greeley, Thomas Ccrwjn, Schuy
ler Cotfax and Abraham Prysoln.
Strong resolutions wer adopted
favoring internal improvements,
specially those relating to
transportation by water. It was
the first convention of national
Importance ever held at Chicago,
and for the first time tr eyes of
the whole country were turned
toward that city. Come one has
said this convention was the
starting point of Chicago's won
derful picsperity. The president
of the convention was Edward
Gates of Miscouri. In his cpen
10 address he clluded to rail
roads, remarking that he had
never yet seen one. Fourteen
years later he treve'ed by rail to
Washington, to bicem; Lincoln's
4tilltKlil. A Uy JuM-pU ii. li.wlt:.l
Oct meant for caltiidait, not
toes, etc. at this o6ke.
perfect era in whi h shall no more
1 the treason and treachery of men.
of political principles and policies
press down the crow n of thorns upon
the brow of labor and upon the great
common peopk; nor shall the bleak
ing buzzard of trusts and oppress
ing longer triumph over the dove
of peace anil liberty. I am glad to
annminie to you t li s t Ihe great bat
tle of the Aimagtddon has been
fought between (log and Mjgog up
on the great plains and fields of the
world's western hemisphere; upon
the land of the free and the home of
the brave. And following this
great battle of the Armageddon,
according to all prophesies, a Jub
i!ee an 1 Million: d peri I njcessa
rily f !lj s, an. I the co ning of this
Jubilee peiioil has long been predict
ed ami f.. retold bv uronhc s and
seers tin! h,s b.ten the favorite song
of poets aud the subject ol the pray
ers of divine men thro' generations
The victory of the battle of the Ar
mageddon was won by those sancti
htd and made holy, the peculiar,
special and chosen people of the
Lord ordained to take the place of
the children of Mammon. Now the
leaders of this coining Jubilee have
long fasted and prayed for its com
ing and thro their sanctification and
nghtonsness have become divines
and saints and possess the spirits of
just men made perfect. Hence, they
have been ordained to conduct rbe
national Jubilee preparatory to a
glorious millenium that shall, soon
take place. It is said that the cild
rcn of Israel wandered forty years
in the wilderness before they reach
ed the land of Canaan.
The Jewish Jubilee came every fifty
years termed a sabbatic year of rest.
The people of this nation have been
wandering amid the mist and gloom
in the wilderness of oppression and
tyianny for a half a century, but
now a political Canaan spreads out
before us lull and free and we look
for a new earth wherein there dwell-
eth righteousness. I am glad to
announce that in the course of hu
nan events we have reached at last
the Bulah land of corn and wine,
that period in our national history
of the ushering in of the great
American Jubilee and Sabbatic year
of rest. This lubilee r.eriod shall
be conducted and manipulated by
tbose set apart and prepared for the
occasion. This jubilee is prcpar
itory to a glorious Milleinium that
shall follow. This Jubilee period
shall be one of peace, love, friend
ship and holy alliance, one in w hich
all political antagonism and strife
shall cease, and during the coming
Jubilee all the rough places of our
nation shall be smooth and the
crooked places straight. Within
this Jubilee period the light of per
fect liberty and peace shall prompt,
govern and conduct the thoughts,
acts and deeds of all the people and
none shall be aggrieved. Thisjubir
lee period, properly called. The
Wilson Jubilee Administration, and
shall be one cf rest and seruritv
from all unrighteousness and politi
cal sin, and in which the masses of
the common people shall be united
in social compact, in sympathy and
song, in persuasion and eflort.
The high cost of living shall be
greatly reduced and the amount of
labor curtailed; the poor and pover
ty stricken can rejoice aud be com
forted. During the four year of
this Jubilee all the trusts and tramps
shall be equalized and monopolies
and enterprising combines shall
cease to vex and worry the common
people and the weak and wayworn,
shall find rest of repose in the bosom
and embrace of the strong and vig
orous: the poor shall be made happy
and to rejoice iu the fcastjng upon
the bounties of the rich. During
this Jubilee all ignorance, prejudice
and tyranny shall liee upon the
wings of the i d, no more to be
realized, never again to mock and
mar the peace and prosperity of the
American people, and the common
111 the spring of 1 ,1 I )u
the fourth ihe trumpet shall
and be heard all over the laud. We
then shall stand npou the top of
Ncbo and our political Mount ion
and behold the land of milk and
honey, its fruits and flowers, its
crystal fountians and living land
scapes without Joshua leading us we
shall move forward and be ushered
in. My heart leaps forth with the
thought and I am ready to cry out,
y "jp nay, i gioiums hopes.
Lift up your heads ye gates, even
lift up ye everlasting doors and let
Woodrow Wilson ol New Jersey
come in and wash all our political
sins away. Salvation, ) the joyful
sound to our attentive ears. I shall
close by leading you to the language
of the poet.
"All thill;: uiv unv.l. moving
Lrt llif Juli!t-e U triti
Thr it'! iiwift1.v prtnini; mil
Ami lilt li i v. miiti n-.
till. 'lii. oniiur inn- ra.urm-t i- s In lu.f
Tlic lis-lit U mi I lie l.illl,...
Tlir fln-ln-ril in Kiili hi , f,.-
Atter the conclusion of Imie
Reastet's remarks l'arson l'evelar
arose and faid: "In view of the
coming glorious Jubilee aid the
good things that are in store for us,
in closing this meeting I want the
Club to join with me in singing tl;e
old and familiar hymn known in
music as l.ciu x.'' Chairman then
said: " I he Club will lise and sit g!
the requested hymn, the first verse I
of which is as follows:
Hlim , llir triliiiH-t, 1. 1,. ,
Tin- sl.-i-ll.v wpIiiiiiii- sound.
L-t Mil the ti:i(ittw kimi
Ti t-nrlhV r-iu.it sl botin.U
Tliut Ihe ."( J 11 lul"- ,.,,,,.
Ki'lurli e ransouit-il miiuit lioni."
We arc only repeating
viiat lots of satisfied c.is
lomcrs ere savin about
Mud, jour fancy groceries. Be 1
.SlT.(lisides tmi tfiinK nt rvrKnn
able prices they say we fill
all orders promptly and
wiciniij, ou snouiu Know that there is no extra
charge for this good service its just cur way, that's all.
W. H. BRIZENDINE & CO.
IZvcrytHiiif; CSootl to lint
I'arm-killcd meat of all kinds
now appearing on the market.
Fire Destroys Two Buildings.
l ire discovered at 2 o'clock last
Saturday morning destroyed the
business houses on Main street own
ed by Robert E. l razier and Green
B. Stewart, the only two remianinc
frame buildings in the block. Mr.
Mike Covington, who lived iu the
Frajier building, in which he operat
ed a restaurant, was awakened by
fire in his place, and he ran ont and
gave the alarm, which was turned
in by night watchman Stokes, the
blast of th; whistle soon drawing a
large crowd. There was some de
lay in getting water, and the fire
had destroyed the Frazicr building
and commuuicated with the Stewart
structure, destroying both. Cov
ington got out considerable of his
household goods, and the contents
of the other bulding, in which was
operated a barbershop, was practi
tally removed. Covington had 750
insurance, protecting him fully, but
there was no insurance carried by
Mr. Frazier on the building.
Stewart had $300 on the building
and contents, and will be loser to a
THE BMFR ffiK;.WSi taTT:
KliUulU l cuiulv. , !',. Mu.l u U.lic,!AlLr
The BAKER VAULT cart led in stock by
The J. L ROARK ESTATE, Greenville.
r-ioe sutre 01 I wnernl i:rtil .url.tl GooJh.
S 9 a .
v-. fvincpatnck r M R.u
Kirkpatrick & Roll
Over Old Bank Building, Court House Square
We are agents of a line of the strongest American
companies, writing all forms of insurance. We carry
Hail on Tobacco
and specially solicit this Business.
We buy and sell real estate and have listed with
us farming, timber and coal lands, town Ink. ctr
Also property for rent Shall be jrlad to have this
business in all branches.
KITCHEN CABINETS AT ROWS.
IF YOU ARB LOOKINGFOR
THE CINCINNATI PIIOPHATE CO
Who Have An Attractive Proposition For
BOTH AGENT AND GROWER
Fertilizers For All Crops
FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS
D BY PURCHASING
a ONE OF OUR
Im." V Thf "K111" ,P"ce is $ 100. Those who brine or mail
t is advertisement to us within five days after sceinK it and telling m
where they saw ,t will be able to have one reserved at the loir rate ol
buv"ft.wnenrarei,lc,,lde,L No time limit. If not ready
u iw, uuy one tor future use
Second and Walnut Streets, LOV1SVILLE. KY.
Victors and Records at Roarli's
The Youth's Companion For 1913.
The Youth's Companion appeals
to every interest of family life, from
housekeeping to athletics. It begins
with stories of vim and vigor, with
articles which disclose the secrets
of successful play in the creat eamcs,
with charming tales of life at girls'
colleges. Hut the Companion docs
not surrender these readers when
they have entered the more serious
paths of life. Mothers will welcome
the page for little children and the
weekly doctors article. Fathers
will find ihe imjortan r.ews of the
oay as it u, arnj not as it is rumor
ed to Le. The cti'ire household
will appreciate he sketches which
touch geuiiy on i cinmou fib!es or
ciricature tcrtutiicy. la short,
for less thrui four ceuts a neck The
Comp?HcQ brings iuto the home
clean entertainment, pure inspira
tion, f:ne ideals, increase of know
ledge. Names rifely seen in tabels of ( n
lelits will be found in The Compan
ion s Announcement ft.r i')'. whi
will be sent upon rrq-icst -sample-
of the i per, to thse
familiar with it.
r.vcry new suh-.. ;ihjr f r
wil receive free all the issues for the
renjotiia- works jf i.;i.; alii, fre,
The Cotnpanii'iis U judo Tianspar-
PRfV and Cal.ii.d-r fr iij, imieh,
traualL'cit culors-Y.'-i inos' lieauti
ful of al l r.,,pmi!;n i",:veiiirs.
Till' VOL IU'.S COMIMMUX,
1 4 Berkeley St., Uoston, Mass,
ne Subicripti.jiis Kc'eived
IHE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DIRECTORS-W. A. Wickliffe, W. G. Duncan. C E.
Martin, R. T. Martin, E J. Puryear. C. M. Martin, Jno 1
1. Keynolds, Jr. ,
The standing and responsibility of the men
who constitute our Doard of Directors are a
guarantee of careful, judicious management.
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ru ifDiMM Cub rri I rok lSroo!l 111
All the adlvantsges of
me Dig gnme arrrj witii
iiona of it discom
I IC rCCOll (?0 thr ivnrl. ,.f I- 1 . .
. . ivt iv fi leriuauniu anu ficcuno
I!IStC:ld Of mttllt'linif 't1tt'. l'lin..l I J?' t
ii i i "bj"ii siiuuiuer. I IVC SnOlS ItlSt
mill anil rnliinnn il. ji
, . .. v. . v.ne me insgcr. i our action stays open
rrtJ warns you when it's lime to shove in a fresh cIid.
XvZ a Pbce-the gun never
.avu juu( iriKes a one ten blow,
TfipL acu'on simple take-down.
Ron.l r:r a motion pcti-iv hm.klct explaiiii.id the
i?ffm:0!rfori.WVC Autoloading Killed Li point..
licnzinrton UMr? M..ii;. n i.
-"L -'y Kia grsatejt hoolin3 accuracy.
Kluas m ca eah'crcj lor ccry standard fireann.
XVIen Kcmington-UMC cartridges are used.
Ine arm is jniru-antecd to the full extent of the
Reminslon-UMC-iht fcrf.tl shootini tombioaiioB
Rcininsfirj Arras-Union Mefaiiic Carlri.Jjw Co.
Electric Light is the
Most Economical Light
EVERYBODY know, the advantage of electric
Sight its cool, clean convenience its bril
liancy and purity of color its hygienic value.
But do you knoTT that it is also the least eipensiv, f
the various kinds of light available for homes, offices,
stores, public hails and interiors in general ?
The many advantages of electric light are fully
appreciated only by those who use it. Likewise
only those who use Edison Majda Lamp, have
electric light al minimum eott.
Greenville Light & Water Co
Ss m. LA
Thi. miilii. ... I j-. i
iTnii.-n-wK ir r k.im jour coinlnn iu
htniin. i hot peHxrt oU uadd lor ceciil.
rednM from ronnylTnla Crod on the bt Kr-m
C""4 "o "'"re man inferior ank-waro
Chas. C StcH Oil to loaiside. Ky.