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Makes Home Baking Easy
No other aid to the housewife
is so great, no other agent so
useful and certain in making
delicious, wholesome foods
The only Baking Powder
Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
No Lime Phosphates
(. R. R. LOCAL TIME CARD.
122 Louisville Kiirf.i 11.25 am
KttClucliiimtl I2xtvtH 1.51 im
101 Louisville Limit t-tl l.tW jiin
130 Central City neeoininodiitloH 7.15 im
135 r.Klnciih and Cain) nrt'oin 5.15 am
121 Fulton accoininiHlntlon 12.40 pm
101 New Orlenti Hjiorlnl 3.10 jun
103 N. O. Hpee. (Louisville ikiimi. only) 1.20 am
JuiieS, 1011. W.G. CnAwronu, At.
Thursday is the day of
Turkeys for sale by Mrs.
Frazicr, Powderly, Ky.
Just a week until thankful day,
ami may we all be ready for it.
J. C UjIu non jyas in Lou
isville atid Indian nolis this weekon
frv : XL ', s
Read the ad. of the free show at
the court house.
Good morning! Are you ready
for ThanksQivinc bv nrcoarinu to
help some one else?
Honey in the comb at Howard's.
Tobacco deliveries began last
week, and the movement has been
quite lively at all the factories.
Prices are high, and farmers arc in
good mood this season.
Fresh, smoked and salted meats
of all kinds at T. K. Coombs & Go's
market. o 20
Brindle heifer, about 17 months
old, unmarked, strayed from my
place, near Ncbo church, last June.
Suitable reward for return to Jas. F
Green, Phone 252 1 12, Greenville
TO MY SOUL
OhI Soul of mine, why art thou crushed and sad?
Why art thou struggling ever to be free?
Why art thou ever sorry, ever mad
Mad with the clay which now envelopes thee;
And holds thee in a world where all around
There's naught but mystery deep and profound?
Didst thou from lands unknown to mortals stray?
And having strayed beyond the spirit's sphere
Into the realms where sours arc set in clay,
Wert thou imprisoned by some power near?
And must thou sleeping in this form, remain
Till Death bids thee thy other haunts regain?
OhI Soul of mine, hast thou since ages past,
Since time began a struggling prisoner been;
And as thy bonds swift grew, too frail to last,
By wasting passions, sickness, woe and sin,
Wert thou transmuted into forms anew
Whenever Death thy old ones wouldst pursue?
Or art thou and this form so nearly one
That when it moldering back to dust shall lie.
Its voyage on life's mystic river done,
That thou insep'rable still shalt with it die?
Or wilt thou soar to heights before unknown
For Death, thy temple leaving all alone?
OhI Soul of mine. I know not why thy woe,
I know not if thy birth into this shrine
Is but a sleep, from which thou soon' wilt go
To that mysterious spirit land of thine;
If thou hast lived and wilt yet live alway.
Or if thou with this temple wilt decay.
I only know that in the rift of years
There comes at times, like some forgotten dream,
Fond clinging memories ghosts of doubts and
Which were in lands beyond this sullen stream,
And that a Presence whispers from afar
Of realms, the gates of which Death will unbar.
FROM US AND
Wc Handle None But the Best.
Our stocltn nro co larjro that you havo ovory stylo and pattern, and bIzo, and ohapo from which to
oolcct: and wo xnalco buying BY MAIL, Just as oauy and satisfactory as you can do It in the store.
Wo havo optcial things that you can sob NOWHERE ELSE, such as :
Levy's Special Boys'
Suits with 2 pairs
Suits for Men
and nil tho Loading- Lines of
FURNISHINGS, HATS AND SHOES.
WE ALSO SEND SAMPLES FREE.
W e issuo a lartro illustrated catalog, whick we
send free on request.
Mention this paper and vrito us fully for anything you want in our lino, and you'll pot a prompt
and satisfactory anBVor. And ir anytnintr you uuy nere is not exactly what you want it may be
returned and your BIONEX will bo immediately REFUNDED.
Members Retail Merchants Assocfelioa. Railroad Fares Reloaded at Certain Tines.
A House Established 50 Years Ago. The Largest In Its Line.
The Woman's Auxiliary is plan
nmg for the largest bazaar ever held
in Greenville. It is earnestly hop
ed that all the ladies of the town
will contribute something to be sold
at the bazaar. Already a great ma
ny things 'arc being made for this
bazaar that will attract those want
ing nice Christmas presents.
Paken up by J. H. l.ovell, as
astray, living two miles west 01
Grernvillo, Ky., one mnlc calff.
The V. C. T. U. women arc pre - dark brown, unmarked, valued by
Fish Wednesday and Saturday at
J. E. Coombs & Co.
Bird hunters arc having great
sport, and arc occasionally bagging
paring tq give their , annual dinner
I'hanksgiving day to the inmates of I
the poor house. Everyone is invited
to contribute, of money, food, dotti
ng, or other things which will add
to the comfort of those people.
Fiscal court convened Monday,
in adjorned session from the regular
Home rendered lard zxic. per
pound. J. E. Coomus & Co.
The-raoving picture show is draw
ing large, crowds, and is a splendid
Concrete men are watching the
weather-closely, as freezing temper
ature is not favorable to their work.
Let Mc fix your clock.
All stores will be closed Thanks
giving day, and clerks and owners
will enjoy the holiday.
Coal" mines are being operated
more regularly, as the car service is
Howard will receive today the
first of the 10 11 crop of California
Mrs. Jennie fc.. Koark was in
South Carrojlton a few days last
week with relatives, and a delegate
to the missionary conference.
Dr. H. Y. Slaton and wife arc in
New Orleans, where they will spend
two weeks . in sightseeing in and
about the city.
We have opened a cask of H.
Heinz dry pack white kraut.
M. Howard & Co.
Mrs. James Baird and little
daughter, Elizabeth, of Guthrie, arc
here for a stay of two weeks with
the family of Mr. Geo. Lovell.
Dr. Tames Louis Roark, of
Seattle, recently appeared before the
state board of dental surgeons for
examination, and passed at a highly
creditable grade. The board met
in Spokane, and there were several
dentists before it.
New crop N. O. raolas3es; open
the canned kind, at
M. L. Boggess at 56 This, the
nth. daV ot November. 191 1.
Subscribed and sworn to before
me by J. H. Lovell, this, Nov. 1 1
J J. Rice, J
Mr. B. C. Drake, of near Weir,
has purchased property here and
will move with his family to the
county seat. There are few more
progressive ritizens in Muhlenberg
than Mr. Drake, and he and hi:
family will be most welcome ad
ditions to our city.
Mr. L. Isaacson, of Cincinnati,
who has been visiting Greenville for
some months, auctioning cloihin
and notions, has opened a store at
Central City, where hts will curry 1
large line of go Js, rti.d'on Sattir
uus win conduct uuuin. lie 111
vitcs the people of the county to
call on him at his stand in the Com
mercial Hotel building.
M. C. C.
New evaporated peaches, prunes,
raisins, citron, lemon and orange
peel, at Howard's.
Taken up by Dr. T. J. Slaton;
living in Greenville, Ky., one calf
about one year old, marked two
The newest and best way to plant splits jn right ear and crop off of
trees is to dig a small hole and set left ear, and valued by T. L. Roll
off a dynamite cartridge at the bot- at 7.jo. Dr. I. J. Slaton states
torn. This loosens the earth so that under oath that he has not changed
the roots may have space to spread, any of marks of said calf. Subscribed
and the shock kills all bugs, worms, and gworn to before me by Dr. T
ets., that might injure the roots. J. Slaton, tms, 7m. tiay ot jov.
Tke Arastroig Fara for Sale. J- H. Lovell, J. v
The Billie Armstrong farm of 600
acres, near Earles, for sale as a
whole or to suit, on very easy terms.
Taken up as astray by J. H
Pittman, living in Greenville, Ky.,
Apply to Bassett Bros., Madison- one Jersy heifer, unmarked, about
ville, Ky. 3t. 30 monhs old, valued by J. l,
Coombs and Frank Richa.rdson at
The show window at Mr. C M. j?ig. Subsciibcd and sworn to by
Howard's grocery that contains the J, 1J, Pittman before mc, this, Nov
300 pound cheese is attracting much Uq, inn
attention. This is the largest cheese Ljt. J, IL Lovell, J. M. C.
ever seen here, and was made last
Tune tor Mr. Howard on snecial I'or the benefit of the fctate
order. Orphan's Home, there will be an
old time exhibition at Jcrnigan's
The Woman's Auxiliary will have Chapel, Thursday night, Nov. 30
aprons, lancy work, nankercniexs, iiverbouy invitea to come ana nave
dolls, cakes and candy, and a num- the time of your life. See "The
ber of other things for sale at their Cabbage Hill School," "Dispelling
bazaar, which will be held at the Y. of Big Jim" from Bethel church,
M. C. A. December 15th. A nice a negro farce and other humorous
lunch for ten cents will be served plays' Admision 10 cents.
during the afternoon and evening.
ine woman s Auxiliary ot tne
Evprvthintr Pnnd for Thanksoivinir Y. M. C. A. will have a bazaar on
j 0 0 o O I
dinner at T. E. Coomhs & co Friday atternoon and evening, Dec
15th., at the Y. M. C. A. One of
fhere is a new motor plow on the tfte matures ot trie bazaar will ue the
mU ninwc nn nrrr nf laml doll diessing contest. Several nice
in just four minutes, and does the P" will be given for the most or
work better than an ordinary hand MK'naliy dressed doll, dwery one
invited to enter this contest: and the
i" " 1 w -
The cost of the plowing and harrow
ing, all done at one operation, is
reported to be 35 cents an acre.
dolls will be sold at the bazaar.
New dill pickles are in at Hov:
Quite a number of Masons from
over the county were drawn here
Monday by the burial of Esq. W
H. DeWitt, which was conducted
under the ceremonies of that order
Deceased was the eldest, except one,
Oysters, Celery, Fish at Coombs
Messrs Smith & Hays, who
recently conducted the lot sale here,
had a very successful sale of the
same character at Livermare Tues
day. These arc Tennessee gentle
men, but they believe in Kentucky,
and arc conducting many such sales
in the southern and western part of
member ot Ponfl River lodge, of
Burr Grist Mill.
My new burr grist mill is in oper
ation; call on your merchants for
White Flint meal. Also ready to
furnish the public with chicken feed
and chopped corn.
jl 28 J A. Shaver,
Miss -Flora Haley, daughter of
Mr, John Haley, was married to
Mr. John Corley last Sunday eve
nmg at 7 o'clock. Ihe cererriony
was preformed at the home of the
bride, and was witnessed by quite a
number of friends of the high con
tracting parties. The bride and
groom are both prominent and popu
Iar members of the social circles o
Earles, and have many wellwishers
for long and useful lives.
41 you want inat qeau watcn or
clock put to work, let Mc have it
and he will put it to running.
Maggie, wife of Henry Young, col
ored, djed at her home in the west
end at 1 o'clock Sunday, after an
Illness of many months from con
sumption. runerai services were
held at the A. M. E. Zion church
at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon
conducted Jjy the pastor, Rev
ravne, ana interment loiiowea in
the west end cemetery, both ser
vices-being largely attended.
Ihe ladies auxiliary of the Y. M
C. A. solicitor.ders for Thanksgiv
ing cakes, anciJwill supply any sort
of cake 'that' may be desired. Tele
phone Miss Jessamine Barkley.
Newton Brown Killed in Mine.
Newton Brown, one of the most
popular drivers at Hillside, died
there last Thursday from injuries re
ceived in a collision in the mine o
the Advance Qoal (Jo. By a strange
fate, brothers were in the crash of
cars, and Newton was covered by
aboijt two long of coal, beside inju
rles received in being thrown from
the car, and he lived only about six
hours. Interment was in the Eaves
graveyard Saturday afternoon, and
there was a large crowd in attend
Sonic Day He'll Fly.
Yost, S year old son of Key. W.
H. Fulton, and wife, who has just
entered the 3rd grade at Ihe Washi
ngton school has the air ship fever,
and not only is the boy enthusiastic
over tne living uica, out snows uy
his art of construction lhat his ideas
arc not dreams. He has construct
ed, with nothing but card board and
paper to work from, a Curtiss bi
plane and a Bleriot in o no lane.
I'hc latter is so near the .id a of the
original lhat when balanced in the
hand the least s:ir of air a ill start
the turbine propeller and the little
machine leaves the hand in a
straight line. Watch the boy some
day he'll fly. --Clinton (III. ) Herald.
The above article refers 10 a chi'd
well known here, his mother being
Mary Urank Yost, who was bom
and raised in Greenville, and there
are many ftiends here who hope
that the young inwmlvc genius may
reach the greatest heights, iu this or
au oilier profession he ma 1. noose
OPEN EVERY NIGHT
Highest class of pictures
are being shown
We &ive a show everv .
Cot A fnnnnn of 0QH
5 and IO Cents
SPECIAL, FEATURES SUCHAS'
Wol-?ast-NoLs:n Fight 10-20 Ciiits
Hands Across the Siiti 10 15 , ,
The Passion Play 1020 , ,
The Fall oj Troy 1015
Window glass, all sizes and er
low in price. Hxio inch glass, 2
for - c. We have the largest
stock in the county, and are prepar
ed to cut to any odd size. Try us.
C. M. Howard & Co.
- ft -r
Give us your order for fresh meat,
(uick delivery. Coomus & Co.
Greenville is on a straight, steady
growth that is most gratifjing.
Numerous now homes have been
built here this year, some of them
luxurious, and all of them credit
able, and we are gaining largely m
population by the incoming of the
very best families from this county
and adjoining sections. Being one
of the best towns 'in western Ken
tucky, our many advantages are ap
pealing to a large circle of people,
aud it is conceded that we have
just begun to grow. There is sure
to be great development here dur
ing the nc)t few years, and it is
hard to be too enthusiastic in your
predictions as to what will come to
Auction House at Central City.
Central City has anew enterprise,
Mr. L. Isaacson, of Cincinnati, hav
ing rented a large section ot the
Commercial Hotel, in which he has
opened a large stock of general mer
chandise. The goods will be offer
ed for sale privately at all times ex
cept Saturday, aud on these days
auction sales will be conducted, at
which times customers may have
any item placed on sale at what it
will bring at auction to the highest
bidder. Mr. Isaacson is well known
to the people of this county, as he
has conducted auction sales hcre.and
at Central City on public clays for
many months. Now that he is es
tablished at Central City he invites
the public to call and see him at any
time, and Inspect his offerings,
Registered Poland China Boar. Services at
J. B. Coombs' farm at SI, due when servic
J. E. COOMBS, Greenville, Ky.
"The Romance of the Reaper," illustrated with Moving Pic
tyres and colored ttsreoscopic views, will be given Irce to
farmers and others interested at Court House Tuesday even
ingi Nov. 28th. at 7,30 p, m.
This is the great agricultural entertainment which was
given at the State Fair in September, It is presented by the
courtesy of the International Harvester Company of America
and it is offered at Greenville through the efforts of Greene
ville Hardware & Grocery Co. The entertainment is free
but the admission will be by ticket. All who are interested in
the progress of rgricultural and farm machines are invited to
attend and may secure tickets by calling on Greenville Hard
ware 8? Grocery CoM L H. G dealers of Greenville,
at Macks watch-
THIS WILL MAKE A FINE
Buckwheat cakes with fresh sorghum is a very popu
lar hreakfast dish in and around Greenville.
To supply the demand we have arranged for a .contin
uous supply of both and have them on hand now.
The Buckwheat is fresh ground from kiln dried buck
wheat and is absolutely pure.
The sorghum is country made and is a rich, easy
Both of these will please the most critical tastes. v
We also have several prepared pancake flours, among
them Aunt Jeminia.'s at 15 cents per package.
For cake baking where molasses is required -the best
cooks always want a genuine New Orleans open kettle
molasses. It isn't easy to get it for there are many inferi
or imitations of the real thing.
But we've got some of the real article right now.
Some of the best cooks are using it and say its fine.
W. H. BRIZENDINC fir CO.
Don't buy all your Christmas
gifts until you have seen what a fine
lot of pretty things the Woman's
Auxiliary will have at their bazaar
Friday, Dec. 15th. Articles will be
on sale promptly at 2 o'clock on the
above, mentioned date, and nothing
will be sold before that hour.
The work being done by the high
school, in all departments, is said
to be better this year than ever be
fore. Pupils in all grades are right
dovn to hard digging, and the
teachers are highly pleased with the
general progress that is being made.
See IJig Ben
See, G qp nib 3 & Co.
sell your'ibeef hdes.
The Record 50c. per year.
See Bnz's.'Saturday specials.
Give us your job work.