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JmlI11i hixW tt1tiint 6tir I Record AdvertLrirtg Costs Nothing It pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates I tIttItjJtJr1tm flir It y tttcor Silver Plate that Wears The trade mark nr Bros on Spoons Forks etc is a of quality tlictvortd ovef The prefix 1847 insures the genuine Rogers quality For sale by leading dealers everywhere Send for catalogue No to nteffl U naI Sliver Co itriden Constipation Will aWN you trouble tfian aay olfxf dbcas J you will get over It You get worse Your syskm becomes full of pobwKxn cutter It QUitS beadacke o yow UM a multitud of compliiah DONT Try to cure CoiuUpatlun by doting1 ywtttttt with vioUent pkyt cs Take the easy way Lees New Life Tea a simple fcerb remWy tatU good 4 M DCVK sfckcw frifM or wufcTS A sample free Lar PaekafM Rogers guarantee mere are aFt to kt it tun aI r I t lace I 11SB j i i r Jtz I QA7I Con otck J ocd a v A To Cure a Cold One iJi1 1 r in fi ViDay Advcrtisments having appeared In various publications wherein Sears Roebuck Co offer Wheeler Wilson sewing machines we wish to warn the public that they are sot our author Ized agents and that we do not tell our machines to them nor any other cata logue house or department store advcrtisments are not for the purpose of promoting the sale of our machines They are using our as makers of the highest grade ma chines only in order to get the names of possible buyers and persuade them to purchase one of their cheap STENCILED MACHINES the manufacturers of which they arc evidently ashamed to make public- If you want a genuine Wheeler Wilson machine do not waste your time writing to anyone who is unable to it The genuine Wheeler Wil son machine made by us and backed by warranty is for sale by our dealers only When you buy a Wheeler Wilson you get a machine that Is a machine backed by a reputation of 50 years unparalleled success SOLD BY 0 H HAMILTOX Greenville Ky BO YEAS EXPERIENCE b BE- FOOLED 4Their reputation furnish ur hulgr Wilson JUg Co ChIcago I ONT authored I 1kLkAAiA furisMt wit Draifist Robust redcheek ed children are so by Natures cereal ofTerlnR Its rich nutllto flavor cannot bo substi tuted by any other cereal WHEATLET contains an evertastlnj wholesomeness Im parted by the choicest seed wheat obtain Imitated iGiftm Be sure tbcorlclnal whole wheat products Your grocer can supply you The genuine madoonly by Fraaklla thus ConpAHy- Attths Wheat Fit to Eatt Leokpert N Y Is but ncverequded 011 t TIle wj bests har STEVENS FAVORITE RIFLE It Takes Down 2lnch barrel weight 4 pounds Carefully bored and 32 25 33 rimfire cartridges No 17 Plain Open Sights 600 Target Sights 850 Ask dealer for the If he doesnt it we will send prepaid on receipt of priceSend stamp for complete val information regarding rifles ARMS AND TOOL CO CHICOPEE FALLS MASS Lest you forget We do all kinds f Hood job printing I f I f No18 cC our In sTEVENS P 0 Box i5i Ii 1 I FAVORITE catalogue uae an l Muhlenberg County is rich in coal iron timber etc and the most inviting field in Ken tucky for investment ofcapital and pluck g t VI tiIr u lfi 1IPIwII l rJJllIIIIlX B JI lI p Jill 4 i 7 r VV VVV VVVVV VV- pottcr clay gmx VOL V NO 13 GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY 30 1903 50c PER YEAR IN ADVANCE 1APRIL United States Leads World in Wealth According to some made by The Chicago InUrOcean based on an article by Eugene Par the United Stales ha fourth of the worlds wealth The total for the entire world is placcdat 400000000000 of which the United Statcsvin 1902 had 94 300000000 showing that this is the richest nation on the globe It is ilso shown that the wealth oi the United States is nearly double that of Great almost as much as the combined wealth of Great Britian and France According to the reports or esti mates of wealth in the several na tions it appears that Great Britian Which put down as the richest country in Europe has property and money amounting to 59000000 ooo oi 1442 for every person Quince comes next among Eu ropean nations with 48009000000 in money and property or 1257 for every person with 6000000 000 more lent in Europe Asia America and Africa Germany is the third nation liurope in point of wealth ncr total beingk4P 000000000 or 709 for cvcrj person with 8000000000 morejent or invested abroad Rus Vrrording to thescLsamCi authori 229 Denmark 1105 Canada 980 and Holland 878 Jpjeron Among all the nations the percentage of debt to wealth is lowest in the Unit ed States The British debt per person is 89 the French 148 the German 55 the Russian 32 the Canadian 50 while the debt per person in the United States is only 12 V The National debt pf the United 9r57bfrob while that this it is shown that the United only has the wealth of any nation of the 1 fiA i debt With these figures before us it is not to be wondered at that the other of the world look with envy upon the American republic the greatest in wealth as in all other things f I before placing orders asked by the M Co Jobs from the very finest to the most moderate can be fnrnished and whatever want the price be found lowest and quality theP j Trail vtlk of Life The search for the secret of life begun some time ago by Professor Jacques Loeb goes on with unaba ted zeal out on the Midway and will as the supr ply of unfertilized sea ur cold snap is reasonable to expec that the tV secret of lifey will be so common that it will be sold on thc monthly payment plan An Jmportant annouccmcnt madeTby Dr Martin H Fischer con cerning the results of a recent series of experiments by Professor Loeb is found that cane sugar has al strong an effect in bringing the development of life from the eggs of the nereis a small sea common salt or potassium chloride which were by Professor Loch To describe the discovery in sim pie sp hat jtfraliy be rcad ily by the unscientific mind anldrcally is so simple that It child may get at the secret of life as easily as soap parthenogene sis with eggs of the nereis can be brought about with cane sugar which is a means of osmotic pressure the same as with salt or potassium chloride solution the infinitely small particles bear electrical charges called ions Which develop the sea urchins eggs s n lJ t f sons in Magazine for AprilI Qne p t llritian and to isI th 1 oft ff f c fourth with 33ooo oooooo r oftt ii t t art c I l ti1oj snot large t t the smallest public i w nations r it investt An opportu r r ity to prices IS e vI e I1rbt iou twillhighest l the o 1 Secret tt F 1 cggsof oftfrost it tj i S I 0 lIto warmas e tJ thin to blowing bubblesthe nonelectrolyteby 1 k w T ti f t 1 Guntons neaTly t C 4C S iLS stan iee 1 tV i StateS i y I 688528252 thut Iiermanrjo93 738OO From St L 1 S I show dgns and 5 VV SSVVV Hot on- Vl Vi 55S I i I a employ VV VV 4 language I the i1lc w I 4 f St I Sf s V4V SSV4 into swimming larvae in other words to put it simply and clearly the eggs tire ionized and begin to gel busy The discovery is highly important to the general public for the reason that one cannot always have a pack ligc of potassium on ones person with which to treat the sea urchins eggs but common cane sugar is always easily procurable and so lonsr as the sea urchins relish it thy might as well hove it It is a beautiful thing to reflect that right here in the heart of the noisy strenqus metropolis eminent scientists ar hot trail of the sccrc pf life and still more pleasing to cpnfem plate the understood Ecet y lch normal ly and tnchrconsequentl rightly be called beautiful arc scarcely to be fqund inan cient sculpture of In infants The modern footcldthing full development of the structure of the foot feet may develop to a fairly normal shape if from infancy care is used in the of shoes Most deformities of the feet arc jchildhpod Awhile the bones are soft the ligimcnts less resistant nd the musrlcsj tdgclher with the other foot structures are undergoing rapid changes in has recently been directed by the manufacturers of shoes to tbe natural shape of the foot before it has become deformed as it may be observed in infants for example so that nearly every one may be supposed to have become acquainted with the fact that ner side of the foot iucludim t shOiifd follbwr a strongly marked curve Even the best makers of shoes do not make all their shoes on this plan The dictates of fashion arc more powerful than those of comfort and besides shoes in the most cases must be provided for feet already deformed Hence in an article on the feet which would be of practicalt i fuse it o state that it dos not suffice Ojapr ly to the shoe dealer for a shoe of the natural shape of the with the belief that one must necessarily be getting what is asked fornor is it altogeth safe even to trust the eye when the shoe is actually fitted beforq one The plan most likely to result in the selection of a naturalshaped shoe is to pencil the outline of the childs bare foot as it is held ona sheet of paper to cut it out and use it as a model to which a shoesole when it is laid on if is found to conform Every reasonable shoe dealer is to approve of a method and with the definite model at band will seek to furnish what is called for After a short experience oncAvill observe that the personal study of will yield valuable Results in comfort and natural develop mcnt of the growing foot L TT tainer of the weight of the body is readily understood The heel great toe and outer side of the foot form the three points of a tripod An outwardcrowded great toe decreases the utility of the foot to just such a degree as it is forced from its nor mal position is frequently seen in children as a result of effort made to have them toe out gracefully Toeing mjs often due to theuncon scious effort to lessen the strain on the arch of the foot produced badly formed shoes Few children u iyu iu ii wear fshaped shoes TheircxccptionJ those with weak footarches for whom the shoes should be made with soles thicker on the inner than on the outer edge The weight is thus shifted to the outer edge of the foot and the strain on the arch of the foot relieved This makes toeing out an easy if an altogether natural procedure Koark wallpaper c j tqrb lent n U act that the process n d ulctl Professor Loeb 1- 5sodc1iget l ctasily d r cxcept made of does not itself free pla of1 n61ih h Nev rthOelcSs selection during development Muchattention th j inc is foot let sUr i p v rof te f9 jls s b f 1 J they i a pot rc t 01 t 7 C e d i the byS and Driilcchcr lfrlibl and cthe Tofc Tet tiny 1e5th- r lend to the vcloped r It C bIIuldexhIbiriearly- trtht 1 necessary fpotc- insuring as Flatfoot 3 lyS SVS I p g P Promoting Good Roads It is gratifyiny to know that the national movement for improving the condition of country roads is gathering momentum right along and icsults were never more tangible It is stated by those who assume to know that at least 20 per cent more improving is now under way or about to begin on the highways of the country than ever known before The legislature of Pennsylvania adjourned appropriated the enormous sum of 6500000 for road improvement throughout the state for the next six years It mat not whether the bicyclists and automobilists or the farmers arc urging this legislation it is in the general public interest and the honestly and judicious ly expended will do wonders for the development of Pennsylvania Good roads may be said to be the of agricultural prosperity and Agriculture is the basis of all pros perity This week the international good roads convention will be held in St Louis and it is confidently that the gathering willbcimpres juve enough to convince the country that the good roads movement a majority sentiment Very much in earnest A number of prominent men are on the program as speakers among hem President Roosevelt This convention should and doubtless will exert a strong in fluence in behalf of the salutary it seeks to further The government is evincing a good deal of interest in this question literature and practical on the subject have borne fruit There is already a strong sentiment in congress for a national good roads law something on the lines of Representative Brownlowss bill The success of the great interna tional gpod roads convention in St something to be desired can be flupljcated at sav ings in prices and it bettei to give the profit to friends and thus build up our town You arc sure to pay a profit to so let your townsman supply your wants The new two tone wall papere are Roarks stock See them and other novel ties Being Advices received by the State Dc at Washington from United States Consul Haynes at Rouen France throw more light on the new that has been discovered by which alcohol may be produced by chemical synthesis It is predicted that the cost of such production reduced to less than 10 cents a gallon Thus fat the cheapest al cohol produced has cost nearly 20 cents a gallon At this price Ger many produces quantities of alcohol potatoes being used as the vegetable base By the French process no vegetable matter is employed From carburet of direct com bination 6f carbon and hydrogen in tne electricuarc acetylene is obtain ed Sufficient hydrogen then is to produce ethylene and by combining water with ethylene is obtained While the cost of alcohol new process has not yet been reduced much below its cost as produced from vegetable matter it is predicted with confi dehce by eminent French chemists the near future it may be pro by the new process at a cost of about half that which Germany pays to obtain it from potatoes TO CURE A COLD IN NE DAY Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab lets All druggists refund the mon ey if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 250 Hundreds of old newspapers for sale at this officer the Greenville Milling Co figure on your painting and First class workman good materials and prompt service The price will be right recently rids appropriation predicted represents reform federal demonstrations Ii n Mgi nts of the here ismuch in shown Z rtment process calciuma added alcohol bythe thi d ced 4i f Hav I I i v lIii a b sis ands s In ainajonty cases your someone cane tin JrTkO paperhanging Q a j0 c S ir t1 Cures Rheumatism an Ca turrh Medicine Sent Free f These two diseases are result of an awful poisoned condition of the blood If you have aching joints and back shoulder blade bone pains crippled hands legs or feet swollen muscles shifting sharp biting pains and that tired die couraged feeling of rheumatism or the hawking spitting blurred deafness sick stomachj head ache noises in the head bacf breath belching gas of catarrh take H 11 H Tl kills the posion in the blood which these awful symptoms giving pure healthy blood to the and mucous membranes and makes a perfect cure of th worst rheumdtism or foulest x tarrh Cures where all else fails Blood Balm B B B is composed of pure Botanic ingredients good for weak kidneys Improves the cures dyspepsia A bWflkS by giving them nc rich pure blood ThorQUgh1yrtested for ears plctc for home Sample bjf writing Blood Balm o j Atlanta Ga De scribe trouble and special free cal advice sent in sealed letter Sold by Jarvis Williams Eight CQnts a pat is what a young woman p id for twelve pounds of v She and AU Ic arid paid one dQlijir for a loftiepf Emulsion and ty tjJk such vaL get not n their money You our moneyswbrth when 3j buy Seotts Emulsion We will send you a little free SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl Street New York Soc and 100 all druggists th eyesight Blood Balm caUles supp digestion perfect t ni for f litDruggIsts S t per large dir ctions frs medic 11 A flesh f was Uin 1eOt1 doses hat ih dJ e in t 1 f re the 1Jott1ewasfin shed J 1 f tsh t f ma terial roo JTittf some r gt B ta- e ints with re inI prepaid ice cotts g pounls veij s ic Some pay ss for V11 Take Laxative Bromo Quinine TaMetiS- eve ttnttOTflMIIon soW III pat J2boxes oith I TRADC MARKS DE I M y COPYRIGHTS c Anyone pending a rketrh sad our opinion free whether an ln eniion l CxunmtmlrR tloMttrldlyccnMentlAt sent fre forvecorlncMtMtii i rt Mi t trrr OkMMtrc A fllnxtrmf ed weeklr Ij ncwt c r enlntloa nt Rrlontlflo Terms 93 a year months SI Sold nowsdnlcrv Drtnct Offlce C3S P BU X ldes 11 I 5113 somcl iay totjtabIo CT 31a ornal nor bail iitm Co 3 1Ereeu New Yoik Ji t 1- oa ller Ix I FREE TRIPS TO ST LOUiS WORLDS FAIR ALL EXPENSES OF THE 120 MOST POPULAR IN THE STATE PAID h iI 4 r SCHOOLTEACHERS Bfchool children and public inritfd to vote determine the most popular Jncents caci tea cast at o e the AU over above tri expenses of tfacV ers t j r in o of the livery voter thus 5lvca of i cause and liaportart object have been at e favorite teacher has received recondition Contest con Education I Exhibit Corn tnlttcc of Exhibit Assoclat on the ornanizallo brm cl to raise Kentucky B and ftelt the Sulcadue a orU resources at Valr the tenUUtHre fsiled to make aa appropria jcount ot tt1t 1 rJ life I IUo 111 loa o 1 j tc j U J- l ra J 1 UOD l as4 1 VV VSVV VVV 5 4 pro Va veV He or schools ormember of faculty of or university nedlcal dcntt rr theological tnstitnuoa dcnoninctionI bc to election Jlembcr of the EdncmUoaui Kxhlbit Committee nlotie ceptcdllnmcs of all school votuvj to be enrollea Tn the Keatucty Enlldihr nt the InlaccofErtucnt M teachers cvosciwl I be inderdln tendered th to the rain Iverycounty elects its own most educator Jefferson of votes will be aUorrcd to scud two most the second nostPopular TIm TOTES imr ES TES CE373 EACH ras coysnrornj JL BUXW- At ten cents each every school child la the Slate Trill bcnble torartnt 1 cost oacvete KMT Wtor her lint the voting will net be coadned to school cliUilrca PIKCVTS OP rents en jwr 02 TUCK rciEsaa HIT TOTE The the Assodelba being toelect the mostpopularsciool teacher iu each cottaty cs so cxusderol by p bllc be and giving ten cents be ctediled with his or her rote If rne er om 4esires to cast tea votes blsor her name on one of rwwlttltfgonedolUr ItU not the same ol All cf thenpaccs for voera nann a be left taut The Association wanU however to Broil At theat St nct the name of child who en t OB or more vsix te EXTESffES OP THU TElt nS lift EK Til the Association This wiltrailroad transportation front Louisville to St return board at of the beat tethe city adaiissIoB ta the ezpojtUon pxm d for six TRBEU PARTIES mLLUE MOST rWCLAR TEVCHKM toaukethetrtaore profitable nod more enjoyable lUck of these patties will consist offorty 401 teachers Thiswould make a total of XM but cs there axe tlie JlsekMa decided to allow two teachers the popular oad the second mOAt p to go teathat county Jeffenoa cxccpted rrldck cast greatest a the ce 4 t ALL TE1CHEBS IS T1IR STATS RTATO OX AX KOfTAL FOOTTXR in this contest Tieteacher with twenty receive snore vntes than theas enrolled s or her school because Oc voting ii act confined to child rea The vakUcwill be aa important factor cist for any person vrlio taught school furlnr Joa or is tracking sow rives the teacher of five closed In 2Toxmbcf to be voted for during the vacation period There s no listlU Tb e4rttars sent ia for oueteacher therrorcvctrsheor rhevrillbe with ONK DOLLAR CASTS TXX VOTKSlTWO DOLLARS CASTS TOTKSr THTWOt ULRSCASTSONR THOUSAND VOTES show or ker friends how the race i tr rher ThevoteawiU be cotmUtt under tb SlpervbfouortheKduciUatia tkk RKXEJJBKT nTEEt COUNTY TLCCTS ITS S TX FATOI51TB TEA tTCB CetapeUUom V twet eowatics only appiea to the race for the laolh trin the coduty outside of tc result will be announced paper in the tti addition to this a eo mrcsa will po to the teacher aler the details of the trip will kearranged each tractier chosen given the of sclccUaff thcKoatk JalyarAugust 1904 In which lie cr she wants to the trp CLIP OUT TIllS BALLOT FILL UP pLANKS AND MAIL WITH cast TEN votes for n county ONE DOLLAR ENCLOSED Voters art tot required t ther nimex but the Assocbtlon wants alt school chUdrem v votinjr to do so as them in the Kentucky Voters have the of sending to the beet clary of the Association cr to theparwr front which clipped t e express or K IIUGUES Louisville KT I S f ol1e will nn exhibit of In the 1 eat JJb r tor The 1 t The county outside if I favorite 4 U Idlns by the relL s ccs so clubs cf te pH ima I jIf tiUn tlouts 1 the contest Pupils are asked e tJcir Mmes to i fLouis mind 1111 cout1 fa rttie most j J oDI ale lVote mn Tide YJa the QiUT OF EALL87SJrlY AT TE J1 c DOLL orLAPS If CASTS l1UtfYVOTES TlItKnOLLiES cssrs AlIt1lDQD VCTIZS ICDUED VOL t t 1 fAII ofthe mont receiyed la h CORtflt Off anch Ir rlion C Cntuky1JUdi at Cet oil OI1fO every this t Tim STii0 t1 rUE onrcirJtTS War rrrrr bctl t Y r OtOI 11C pcr nd Ir r I r 5rt t u lr VMri Ll c JIYoQfYfJLr to 11 die cbo Lr W tDt 1 t dCawJArlogton SupnntclIdcndt Trukfot r c cIfC1lJ71Rhoads fltf T J C Iou rinr MIAS rattle R Jtm rouisvillr j1 M So Tucker louisville tembcra of Use UdncaUOll111 ere sot e todeI Y Otlo votes beillr the c tWo eftr Hate 3 tI tcur n of tliL I r If tt Fl 1Oc t-II 1 lOc lOs tt10c 10 i tr jnbtslncd by be hy check letter I rosal moctY order rlacunUCYlC scndcms risk Address all tt 1 Si aLCWflVlc Icacjcr 5SstUon bETa ai smuae feet space be 1OItIVn is to be te ment In iiuar the I the spacci mad thereto to sa t1ebs11ots 1 I kieVIiidays oetea teacher with e ar eetIiriiii lZ CAST O JVpCASTS T1IITY TOiLS DCLTSARS CASTS PORTY 0YES FIVIt ON1I thatusedin dcfrmvl rctscsofVthe iso anot tecei of C aate on theirtilpe to thc Vorlur will g fortic cnea sc in ns iYthc a4dA lionel that belta aI4a worthy cause rFEO1T5x t IIt45t fi C 0 berra i lsnILYMu1lIn DrArthuriMier Cnretow pnuteisdeut3CA I Proe ref t5 Alley o C Cherry loilisg Greta Sncimcer 1o15vi1 tackezi aa4 Wa Ceastttea contestSlargest granted I cache a sad VSheth 1 ij 4 1as moat ponulrtcachein SIlOc lOc I TV Vi 4 it10c S agn 5a be gettinc extra of his paper RemItance cent ccnunmkattonato z Tasteless Chill Tonichoc stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a Half MjUioo bottles Does this record to you No Cure No Pay 5Enclosed with every iottlo is a Ten C tt Groves Meek toot Liver v r Gloves 1 J d J SS 1 ct GUARANTEEING leather Covering j r 9V There can be no doubt about the quality of of the leather fami tore we sell We for what Itliana guarantee it to be as we now idea In furniture We protect you and ourselves bearing the worst This thebest genuine upholstery It means that it wont crack or wear shabby ami do as so often Fold for leather by is for one but art expert to tell the difference between praJc of tenth randtheir imitations because bare a nice tinlxh when new A short inferior goodshowever lays bare the deception Your only i to the Sterling brand Karpcn a lifetime ROARK Fine Furniture of all Kind r stilt t theleather h enuln ItSthe U lie protection ra lumStur than hlnferl kin A from theenables us to oller souc bar ns lu high Gr3Je goods Eycry i lt 1 t i i w t w urast5 S at thec piece 4 THE RECORD An Independent Newapnpcr rUBUailCD THCIIHDATK ItT RECORD PRESSOWXN nice President OmEN L ItiunKSccrttury ORIBN I ROAKK EDITOR Ofllce In Second Story of the ROArk llulliltuir tte 721 THURSDAY APR 30 1905 TERMS The Hixbticrlptlon price of the pnper IH pnyn ble In the has to whloa U IH pnld the paper will be Mopped CartU of thanks tmtlcoM If not then ten line will bo putilUhisl fre A chare of So per Hue will be fur Pit lines Tarlntlou of thin rule to anyone Free sample coplcft will be mailed Ailrertl cm Mits will 1 Inserted A rate earwill be furnished on requent Address all communications and make Jill reromances payable to RECORD PRESS Greenville Ky Entered at the OreenTlIle Ky poatoRtcc an matter ANNOUNCEMENTS WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE W I SANDIDGK of n cnndldMP for Judjre of the Seventh Jndlclnt district xubjrvt to the Action of the Democratic party PRKSIDENT ROUSVELT says his bird is the robin From re cent utterances one would have guessed it as the stork JUST about the time a man fixed on money matters to enjoy himself he is too broken down worn out and torn up to even sleep A WOMAN who lived to be 102 years old in her formula for attain ing great age gives the paradoxical rules Let nothing worry you Get married IT is said that statistics show 51 538 divorced persons in the United States This goes to show that di vorces are not the exclusive proper of the 400 A BLIND couple ran away and were married in Massachusetts the other day Of course all such peo pIe are blind more or less but these were literally so IN showing a boy how to load a revolver a Tennessee woman lex It is possiblcto be practical in JB y S instructions rfor Uvebcmocratic nomination for Governor was made by Hon J K llcndrick last Sunday This leaves the field to Gov Hcckham STOPSTHECOUGlt AND WORKS OKI COLD Laxative Quinine Tablets a cold in one day No Cure No Pay Price 25 cents Snapshots Fear the person who deals in scan dal If they tell things to you about other folks they will tell worse things about you to the next listener The fellow who puts his trust in riches is apt also to put his in trusts The excuses which some people their actions almost con vinces that there is something new under the sun People who do not read some arc not apt to entertain when they talk A supply of money would make some folks disagreeable who are now very pleasant and companionable A stingy man no matter how much he accumulates of lands money and property is the very poprcst of People are prone to applaud any successful movement whether it right or wrong iWvreet tooth often makes a sour stomach The most popular person is not ways who is acarcsU right in his actions talk about anyone Talk to If you have anything to say that is not pleasant about a person say it to him If you tell somebody else he anyhow ly in a distorted form Concentration ojf industries by the trusts may be in the interest of econ only but it works many individual and local hardships Not long ago the cotton duck combination closed a mill in New Hartford Conn which was about the only industry of the place and now the Mt Ver non mills near Baltimore have been closed ostensibly on account of the high price of cotton But it real ly a step in the direction of concen trating all the production in the mills nearest to the cotton he Stark nulls in Manchester N d r E t L 1 SO CfNTS HR TIplfn el ohlhtnrconger r Ctltlttt favorite It 1 t J Bfomo make for ti o i ill t 1l Q o 0- c t thc theta will get it bab r I tJ IS J etA ft ids j ir1oir 1 r MfY g f ul 0 vfAR1M ADVANCE Lees Dlstanee1 and etc made suet con Fchee CIn nit well t a 1 elided his lift rritha bu too t T Y 1 F R S cure ri f Gods creaturesf Y one e Don t Pro u 4 t t r r K I eta tier r of H have been dismantled and it is expected that the mills at Mount Washington and Kranklinville Md will be closed when they have work ed up the stock on hand New is likely to retain the greater part of the manufacture of the finer goods but the production of coarse and heavy cotton fabrics is moving toward the source of supply Enlightened Selfinterest It is a comfortable theory for the widespread acceptance of which Mr Herbert Spencer is partly that more is partly responsible that more is to be expected from an enlightened than from a policy of coercion For example it is assumed that a railroad will voluntarily use all prac ticablc means to protect the public from injury because it would be re quired to pay more in damages fur the injuries than a system of tion would cost It has been that a railroad company has a direct selfish interest in fostering the prosperity of any section it nay therefore if left to its own methods it will allow low rates of transportation on whatever is to be used to build up the towns which will make its future business larger and more profitable In fact ever the corporation imposes the highest rates as though it must make the most out of the present without regarJ to the future A striking instance of the of great corporations is seen in the tunnel policy of the New York Central Railroad It was no torious that the safety equipment of the tunnel at White Plains was de fective Trainmen were in constant expectation of a disaster and it was known to all the officials of the com pany that only good fortune and not foresight had postponed a costly smashup At last it came and as a result of the Coroners inquiry the officials were indicted for willful neg ligence Of the many suits against the company for the death of pas stagers five have been decided One widow has been awarded 60 ooo another 100000 another 40 ooo another 38500 and the three daughters of vac victim 75000 or a total of 313500 in a small pro portion of the cases That the cost will be many trines what it would i f eTu the is beyond a doubt other corporations take no warning from this experience It is apparent that it will not do to trust to an enlightened selfinterest for the protection of the people SjCainboats are allowed to carry too many passengers the owners and of titers neglecting proper equipment hotels and other public buildings arc not always rigidly inspected be cause of the misplaced trust in the sclfmtcrcst of the proprietors yet it is plain that those who are as a matter of money as well as to protect the public are ready to take enormous chances in order to effect a momentary sav Bancroft Corn planting is now the order of the day Mr Ed Smith and wife and little son Floyd visited Mr and Mrs Slaton Smith Friday and Saturday Mr and Mrs James Powell Sunday with tier parents Miss Ada Lades of the Sharon vicinity has been visiting Miss Ella James this week Mr Archie Shelton calls on his best girlmost every Sunday Mr Slaton Smith went to kmsville the first of the week on a visit to his uncle Mr T L Smith Mrs Charlie Shelton and Mrs Dalaska Shelton visited Mrs Mc Cown Sunday Messrs Gco W Oates and H C Herndon of Hopkins county were the guests of Mr Jas W Oates and family Tuesday night LILAC YOU KNOW WHAT YOU AKIi TAKING When you take Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic because the formula is plainly printed on every bottle show ing that it is simply Itpn and Quinine in a tasteless form No Curc No Pay soc Sea water is being used to the burning colliery of the Coal Company Nova Scocia Through a sluice cut from a dam on the shore of the ocean sea water is pouring m at the rate of some three half million gallons an hour The pit is flooded up to the seventh level but four more must be reached i before the fire can be extinguished In other words 450000 000 gallons watsr will be needed and six days time require II England responsible self interest corporation preen argued traverse howls shortsightedness to roe expected ofconscience Sing spent Hop- I 1 extinguish Dominion anda I t I S r vc been to expend hua t AN ORDINANCE IN WHICH IS PROPOSED THE EXTEN SION OF THE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF GREENVILLE KENTUCKY The City Council of the City of Greenville do ordain as follows That whereas at a regular meeting held April 6 1903 the said Council did propose to annex to the bounda of the City of Greenville as an Act of the General Assembly of the State of Kentucky approved March 23rd 1886 the following boundary towit Beginning at two black walnuts at the foot of the hill on the road lead ing to the depot and running thence S 77 E 195 poles to a stake at Coombs coal house thence N 20 W So poles to a stake at the corner of E Simmers apple orchard thence N 85 W 16 poles to a stake on the edge of the Sevcrs Ford road thence S So W 73 poles to W H Woodsons corner including him thence with his line and through the lands of Slayton Post and Wick lUTe Brothers N 18 W 200 poles to Wickliffe Brothers North line thence W to the South Carrollton road thence N 10 feet to a stake thence W no feet to a stake thence S 210 feet to a stake in R E Humphreys line thence with Humphreys line W 22 poles to a rock Humphreys corner including him thence through J F Rices land S 60 W So poles to a stake thence S 10 W 28 poles to a stake in the edge of the Madisonvillc road thence S 4 E 226 poles through the land of Slayton Yost to Isaac Wickliffes corner thence with that street S 5 W 46 poles to a stake at a branch thence S 52 W 36 poles to a stake thence S 30 W 6q poles to G B McDonalds corner on the Hopkinsvillc road thence with the road S 64 12 poles to M J Roarks corner thence S 25 poles to a stake thence E 52 poles to Elliots corner thence N 80 poles to a stake on the S side of the and Russcllvillc road in a line of Al Martin thence with that street N 18 poles to a stake in the street thence N 29 E 190 poles to a stake at John Coombs coal house thence S 6 poles to a stake on the Roches ter road at the S E corner of John Coombs yard thence Sr 29 W 226 poles to a stone on the Russcllvilic road near the residence of W O yard then E 87 W about 80 poles to the residence of S C Eaves thence in a S W direction to the J Easel thence N 26 E to a stone at the S W corner of Miss Mattie McNarys lot thence N 280 poles to the begginning so that the boundary on said City in eluding the territory proposed to be annexed shall be as follows towit Beginning at a stake at John Coombs coal house running thence N 20 W So poles to a stake at the corner of Thos E Sumners apple orchard thence N 85 W 16 poles to a stake in the edge of the Severs Fold road thence S So W 73 poles to W H Woodsons corner him thence with his line and Yostfpoles to Wicklifie Brothers North line thence W to the outh Carroll ton road thence N 10 feet to a stake thence W 210 feet to a stake thence S 210 feet to a R E Humphreys line thence with Humphreys line W 22 poles to a rock Humphreys corner including him thence through J F Rices land S Go W So poles to a stake thence S 10 W 28 poles to a the edge of the Madisonville road thence S 4 E 226 poles through the lands of Slayton Yost to Isaac Wickliffes corner thence with that Street S 5 W 46 poles to a stake at a branch thence S 52 W36 poles fo a stake thence S 30 W 60 poles to B McDonalds corner on the Hopkinsville road thence with the road S 64 E 12 poles to M J Roarks corner thence S 25 poles to a static thence E 52 poles to corner thence N 80 E 190 i poles to a the S E side of the Greenville and Russellville road line of AI Martin thence with that street N 18 poles to a stake in the Street thence N 29 190 the beginning JL Therefore be it ordained that this ordinance be published con secutive issues of THE a weekly newspaper the Citv of Greenville Court as required by Section of the Kentucky Statutes an ordi nance will be duly enacted annex ing the said proposed to the City of Greenville J G Mayor R JARVIS CJerk r fixed- b I I Greenville nel h krVf S 8 P9lsr u stone at H Yi SI tons including stake in static in Elliot stakeon ina 1 poles- to ins g County Kentucky after if a petition of remonstrancel t filed iu the territor f J has lego tneS W corner residence ofDf S S n Diuhle nbc x Ir Mir Box txxo i l Grim Grasp Caused Heart Disease Could Not Lie On Left Side DrMilesHeart Cure and Nervine Cured Me Mrs II K formerly of Ala writes from the same state as follows It is with the greatest pleasure that I rec ommend Dr Miles and Heart Cure I that I could tell every sufferer how much they have me Last winter I a severe attack of La Grippe which left my heart in a very bad I could nut lie down the smothering spells that almost over come me feeling of oppression around my heart I not so could on left side for a long time I Jot your Heart Cure and took bottles no trouble now with heart and can lie on my left side as well as tight Formerly suffered for with nerve ous prostration 1 had tried so dear out of heart of tins anything that would me The nerves heart were so affected that sometimes would lose beats so it would seem to It was on the ad vice of a lady friend that I tried Restor alive I felt better after the tint few doses and two bottles of Nervine and one of Heart Cure made me feel like a new person My heart is all tight and my nerv ousness I never to recom mend it to others afflicted as 1 was All druggists sell and guarantee first free book Nervous and Heat Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhirr Ind Grips Jobe would cars rem bottle rD- on c i F rr U The ever paid for a prc seriptirinclwiigcd hands in San Fran cisco Augv1 0 JOl The trnnsfcrin inala and stock SliSnooOO was a party of business for a specific for Bright Disease and Diabetes hitherto incurable dis ease They coraacnccd the serious gation of thit Nov 15 1000 They scores of the cured apd tried ifmit on its merits by put ting over three dozen cases on the treatment and watching them They also got physicians to name chronic incurable cases and administered itwiSli the physicians for judges Up to lug 23 eigjitysevon per cent of the test cases were either well or progress There being but thirteen per cent of tho parties were satisfied and closed the The proceed ings of the investigating committee and the clinical reports of tho test cases were published and will be mailed freckon application Address John J Company 420 Mont gomery St JJnn Francisco Gal Belcher Belcher LAWYERSA N D Reinstate Agents First National Bank Building Persons vrlf6 have farms houses city lots factory sites coal oil or mineral lands for sale or who Irish to buy the soma are incited to gall on us I Disease 1 tL pal men fug j r 1yell and tnt cstl interviewed favorably failures ins eti0n ruton 9 rukfisf re sr- s r ulidtwr Robust rtdcheck e4 children are made by Natures test cereal offeiter Its rich nuitlke cannot ta substi by any other WHEATLBTcon- tains an everlasting by choicest setJ wheat obtain is Imitated l but neverequaled the original whole wheat Your erocer can supply you rTh genuine mina only by klia nuts Company Hkeat that Fit to Eat ckvort N T so tuted wholesomeness so I j 1 a cereal Imparted surf t 1RORllts Store I1cs rmltuq GIfUs nmef Slam Shies llddhtttktutt UuitertakiHg arid Embalming We furnish Engraved Plates the work done in the best manner This is another feature introduced Lere by this establish ment and is in line with our determination to be constantly at the front and to the best in everything Caskets in black and colored Broadcloth Metal and airtight Copper linings Great est variety in fine goods ever shown here The fullest stock of Coffins Caskets Robes Wrappers Shoes etc and the best Hearse and General Equipment Our Em balmer practices the most scientific meth ods and has never had a failure under the varied tests of time condition and trans portation eWe have the only dustproof Casket Display Cabinet in this territory Our sample and trimming rooms are with continuous heat making it com fortable for customers and our operators in day or night service Two private telephones No 72 store No home supplied roe furnish Our wallpaper stock is larger than has ever been shown here and is the prettiest The novelty designs are strongly shown on display and every color and shade has showing We have the most comprehensive Iliac of Metal that la shows here Newest patterns and great variety of color boughtliberally lids Picture and Room Moldings Cantata Poles Sewing Tables Minors Easels c Our stock of Furniture comprises every la our Special Order Department we of fer the finest goods that are made Persons who want exclusive pieces will find our services satisfactory The charge is reasonable J L ROARK ESTATE MUM lour MMMtr A OlJOB Of FURS UNSEED OiL ateiwith g IsPUKK warn PAINT VAIXT MATUUAUK M All BOOA awr TO Busrxx Paraor Onr CAPITAL PAID IN 000000 OLD AND GUARANTEED BY Greenville Milting Co Bfcrts in Lwifcef Douse Central City Ky General Accommodations of the best Table supplied with all fruits game and vegetables thing usually found to a firstclass place MOlt ijL 1uFamj 3 uortit roWfl lit bill xotcizhiCEASIs thas deoUM OJ rttd u nICE KotrottWe to C03OfO antst7 JORlD CluCK Jr D vv Drays Sandusky I a cab the vats 1 wonzn iat OI iiAulA tmasdrnl vastasir aay yeas L O tltaltt get staff i PrINT CO Sit LotsSe Me 11k Y 0- SiSN flysUIR 9 seasonable e J a s 4195 UPGUARANTEED Buggies Surrles youmayWe have the only complete repair and repaiat shop in this section Buggies Painted Any Color for 8 or 11 Oir nachige fer putting Rubber Tires M rid art sew wheels is tfee hit tiIbe Market Prices leaswiabte Jones Co i ro 1x SJy y 6 i tMadlsonvlUe Ky I t i iliMiiliiililil Lea e r A A 1A 1A A 1A 1A A A 1A A 1A A 1A to 1A 1A AwA 1A 1A fA4A tA 1A A y Buggy H STANDARD Shuttle Machine Rot Standard Shuttle sewing machines make both chain stitch Two machines in one lighter running and feeding machines 300 stitches while other v machines sew 200 As silent ly as the of a watch Our Standard Grand with automatic drop head and swell front is the grandest machine ever offer er machine we offer the New Century Warranted 20 years This machine cinV not be equaled for the price Our has no agents pay commissions No horse and wagon to up You get benefit of this great saving by dealing direct with us Call convinced They faster woodwork 5 the public For a cheap f tI t j r diFi tot t r 4 are of er 1 r Y 4 tickin r f ou r yr kee e Standard Sewiag Nackuie Ct 24 W ilk Street CiKtmti UN GREENVILLE MERCANTILE CO DiMtor FOR GOOD HEALTH To preserve or restore it there is no better prescription or men women and children than Ripans Tabules They easy to take They are made of a combination of medicines approved and used by every physician Ripans Tabules are widely used by all sorts of people but to the plain every day folks theyare a vertible friend in need Ripans Tabulesl have become their standard family remedy They are a fdeft pendable with SEL long and successful reconl to cure tubborTr r pation offensive breath heartburn dizziness palpitation o the heart sleeplessness muscular rheumatism sour stomacH bowel and liver complaints They strengthen weak stomachs run down systems restore pure blood good appe tite and sound natural sleep Everybody derives constant benefit from a regular use ofRipans Tabules Your druggist sells them The five cent packet is enough for an ordinary occassion The Family Bottle 60 cents contains a supply for a year I I 4 are r st j2 dyspepsia hlbif alan k Si ibuildup iy RIP NS t t dx c t re indigestion const h e dour Job dntng to 1Recot i 7tbe A Wickliffe President Lewis Reno Vice presi dent John T Reynolds Jr Cashier Clarence Wood Assistant Cashier DirectorsW A Wickliffe Lewis Reno R T Martin TJSparks J R Martin C E Martin Geo W Martin County Bank II Opposite Greenville Hotel O- Vft respectfully solicits a share of your banking business and jr ftoffers you every convenience consistent with sound banking jr ft Open an account with us and give us a chance to show yore ftthat we will treat you right Whether large or small your ftaccount will have careful attention vi ft We pay interest on time deposits J W LAM Pres W M WELCH Tce Prej I S WELCI Gwkkr x cl1aQahftut Officers W J A a aa aa alaa aSr7 J oIIjII IMuhlenberg Savings Iii i a S m Ji f r E EE EEEEEE EE Tsk atcrJY 66 ULU1 y r 1 F See the PICTURE ROOM MOLDINGS at ROAKKS Subscribe for I 0 ri t I xrs The Record 1- V anayr cca a cr a rAros THE OLD RELIABLE I m t4I Absolutely Pur THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE R R lOCAl CARD xonTii X iiousn- It vii TlUe Express 1111 n lMpuiItl190 Central City Local Freight 432pmS- OVTU BOUND KO 131 Fulton Accommodation liWSptn 191 New Orlennn Special tpra103 Faducah Local Freight TJOivin Dec I 1002 II Axuensox Jr ARt LOCAL MENTION Lewiston opens tomorrow Ijappan expert watch repairer ijhe minstrel show will be giver blackberry winter is the next kind we arc to have f i- Vheri you want something phnt cdfcall on this office The demand for carpenters now exceeds the supply Ehe small boy is preparing for his vac atroii Sqhpol will soon be out Paint doors sash finishing lum ber for sale by rne Greenville Mill ing Co The strawberry will soon be on the market Some dealers have had the southern product for sale i luring in your job printing orders for their prompt filling The popularity of Lewiston well f isagainm evidence On Sunday Tickets for the inmstrel show will be on sale Saturday morning at Call early and avoid the rush The town has had a lively air this week Several days the streets were comfortably crowded and every shop has its share of patrons Get estimates on painting and pa per from the Greenville Milling Co All materials furnished and the very best service rendered city council will be in regular monthly session at the court houses Monday night Several important matters will cojne before the body v at this meeting The minstrel show by local talent wilt be given at College Hall Friday things from start to finish and will be heard by a crowded house Mrs John Wells who lived about six miles south of town dropped dead Wednesday morning of last week She had been in usual health and her death was caused by heart failure See the new model Crescent bi cycle at All kinds of sun dries and repair parts in stock Hand pumps foot pumps 500 prices in county on all bicy clegoods The American Saving Stamp Co which has been operating here for a year will close its store the first of May as the local merchants who been using the stamps failed to renew the contract Sunday April 12 jtween Depoy and Central City one light colored overcoat finding same and notifying owner will receive pay for their trouble Address W D Cox Central City Mr James W Oatcs is about the busiest man in Muhlenberg these n4 days As chairman of the Demo cratic county committee he is ar ranging for the primary May 9 anc Master Commissioner he has mhy duties during court All these things make his hands full but he is keeping up jyitliaffairsifi i POWDER I I C TIM t It E MaY 8 r iV i very way well t t ntR rfi is th trowd large 0 r itrN 11 Count ers r I k t hinging k Th i l May 8 It wilt be rich in good J I f f t R arks rt lOCi 1 k i have 1 1t LOSTOn be- G t Anyone IIJ i XyW Y t ro 1 s r i1pe f It 4 4 I I iwe arcin prepared Irly i 4 4 r night c I 4 I lowest S V 5 t 4 1 SS s r a goadS b Lt S j tt 4 I y Tomorrow is Mayday It again begins to look like spring New Crescant bicycles at Roarks Only the best work is done by Tappan the jeweler This is the kind of weather that fanners have been wanting Large line of cots in stock at Roarks furniture store Get your new key and ticket for Lewiston Well for this season WANTED Two small boys to packing the house at the minstrel show Who has a watch out of repair Tappan will put it in good trim and guarantee the work Democratic candidates and their friends arc hustling Only ten days now until the primary The nicest goods in jewelry tine offered at low prices by Tappan on him in Roark building Saturday is Derby day with the Louisville Jockey Club and several people from here will go up to event Our facilities for doing job arc excellent Let us show samples and give you estimates on anything wanted Aaron Hurt colored dcnly in Lovisville last Friday and was buried here Saturday He was a son of aunt Caroline Hurt and was raised here Mr M H Tappan has added a large fireproof safe to his equipment and will now have a more convcn ient receptacle for his jewelry stock The posters for the Melrose are very catchy They are from the brush of Mr Clarence B Hayes who is a genius in this line as well as many others 1 am ready to deliver coal at 7c per bushel and solicit orders orders given prompt attention 1304 J N CLEMMOKS Zekc Reynold xs for A nan with a gun Dont think that is getting bloodthirsty It is the other fellow who has the gun which he secured by breaking into Mr Reynolds blacksmith shop one night last week Very favorable is being received by Mr M H Tappan on some very handsome work he is in the engraving line He is turning out as fine work as can be had anywhere and is securing many orders Mr Harry Fulkerson of South Carrollton has been here for sever al days at work for the Greenville Marble Co finishing up some mon umcntp He is an expert cutter and is doing some fine work This character of work is new to most of the people here and many people lave been interested spectators Rest assured you will get a good job in materials and workmanship if you give your painting and orders to the Greenville Milling Co Lewiston Well Opening The regular season at Lewiston well opens tomorrow Dr Lewis has fitted a new lock for the season and persons holding keys are re quested to exchange same for the new pattern Scores of people have used this celebrated water with ben eficial results and the number of subscribers this year will no doubt be considerably ificreased Keys and tickets can be obtained from Dr Lewis or from the store of Lewis The Midway Season Between winter and spring your system is in a run down and de bilitated worn out tired condi tion For these ailments you need a bottle of Kalamazoo Celery and Sarsaparilla Corn pound the great nerve and blood tonic It contains the active principles of Cascara and Senna for the bowels Sar saparilla Red clover Burdock for the blood Celery Cola and Cocoa for the nerves and Pep sin for the stomach Really 4 tonics in one every bottle guar anteejd G E CoUNTi R Druggist Greenville K II finish seethe printing diedsud Minstrel Telephone can I l king comment doing paperhanging ros t f Al i lt I t arC Z e eke S a i FtRSQNAL POINTERS Judge T T SpnrlH was In Louisville on legal mutters this week Mr James Tinsley of ClwtUinoogu Tcnn is here on n visit to friends am relatives M r C S Curd of South Cnrrollton was here several days during the week on nusiness affairs Mr James Louis Roark retunw Tuesday from Louisville where he hn been spending several days Mr L 11 Dcsper of Lewlsbcrg1 was here yesterday on business Mrs Crewdson and family have join ed Judge Crewdson and are nt the Oreenville Hotel Mr John T Itoyqolds Jr wns in Louisville the first of the week on bus iness affairs Mr Robert Wickliffe made a business trip to Louisville the first of the week Mr W C Jonson wns In Louisville several days this week lion W A Wiekliffe was business in Louisville the latter part of last week Dr J i Bohannon was in Louisville last week attending the annual session of the Kentucky Medical Soeie ty Dr Woodburn of Central City was the other delegate from this Miss Effie Yost of Hopkinsville is here on a visit to Mrs Sallie Hay nUll family Mr Floyd Utley deputy county clerk of Todd county was here on business this week Col James Nunan of South Carroll ton was an attendant at court this weekMr E H Drown of Bremen was Monday on business VrofJ H Fuqua of llusscllvtllc candidate for the Democratic nomina tion for Superintendent of Public was here Monday shaking lands with friends Mr J T Pierce of Drnkcsboro u this week to court Mr W W Bridges of Drakcsboro one of the prominent young ators of the county was here Monday Mr N B Kingslcy who is selling drugs at Poured was here on business this week and shaking hands with many old friends Mr Clms E Martin of Enrles was here the first of the week on business mattersMrs M Patterson nnd three child of Cave City arrived yesterday and will make their home here Mr attcrson is employed by the Green ville Milling Co Mr O L Curd wife and children of Cave City are here on a visit to the family of Mr J S Malone Mr D E Rhoadcs of near Itockport s here attending court V Good morning Have you chosen your Queen of the May If people go like merchants give to the minstrel show the house wont hold the audience Mr R B Shaver is the happy father of a fine girl bom yesterday The mother and babe are doing t Roark has a of paper and materials The greatest stock of picture to be found in this section is at Roarks Frames of all sizes made to order Our poet is busy this week writing songs and lines for the end men of the minstrel show This accounts for of his department from this issue Local merchants arc taking a live ly interest in the minstrel show The costumes and properties have all been given by business men and everybody is pulling for the success of the show The Shakespeare Club composed of several young ladies and matrons who during the winter studied sever al plays has disbanded for the sum mcr The meetings were always interesting and study will be resum ed in the fall Bring your laundry to Roark Good work A talk between two gentlemen the other day drew forth a question as a certain individual passed Did he make his money or did he in herit it Worse than either he married for it was the response Mrs J S Lewis wife of lost master Lewis at Earles died sud denly Monday afternoon from a case colic For some months she had been a sufferer from injuries received by falling on the ice but had been no worse than usual until a short while before death Mrs Lewis was 70 years old was loved by her neighbors and her husband and children have the sym pathies of many friends Interment was made in the burial ground at East Union Tuesday at 2 p m l ed transacting count here Instruction coaloper rent lI- l 4 1Ii i l Roark laundry agO cnt J wept fullsupply passe- R rtout moldings theabsence f generally t T t 5Wa- re 5 It Let this office do your fob Good work quick delivery i The Greenville Marble Co will at once begin the erection of their workshop here The enterprise is starting out very nicely and several contracts are now under way Our people should give every Cncourage possible as the firm is to do as well in prices and good work as can be anywhere Jobs from the finest to the plainest can be furnished promptly this firm and give them an qppprtu to show samples and name We have a full stock of groceries glassware quccnswarc sash doors locks hinges roofing paint nails sheathing paper oils lead lime ce and many other things You had better come and see that we have C M HOWARD it Co Circuit Court The business at court has been running along at good gait this week The work of the grand jury was completed Tuesday afternoon and the panel was discharged There were twentynine indictments return ed covering the crimes of and battery wife beating attempted rape hog stealing furnishing liquor to minors selling whiskey without license carrying concealed deadly weapons disturbing r e 1 i worship aiding prisoner to permitting gaming adultery fornication false sweaiirigV destroy ing property of another etc The suit of Guy Miller against the I C railroad for the loss of a leg resulted in a verdict for the de fcndant A verdict in favor of the L N railroad was returned by thejury in the suit of Marion D in juries sustained while plaintiff riding as a passenger on that road There have been no penitentiary convictions You can find a large line bf wall paper at Roarks xVv Y M C A Notes The meeting last Sunday ua one of the bet we have evcrJiad Thef crowd overflowed the room the hall 74 being present Th cad dress Rive 1v Tv W H Fuirof Vuwou w jj V h and ppr iated e every one present He showed usiplsunjy that a moral life alone wa n t suffi cient we need a change withn we could only have this by following JesusMany were at our rooi nday for the first time We hi to see them back often with us hereafter The Boys Branch at Central City we hear have not missed a meeting this winter This is a good record Secretary Keith spent Sunday af ternoon with the Iowderly Band The meeting next Sunday will be conducted by lrof K Everett MEMBER Democratic Primary The Democratic Primary to on Saturday May 9 is much attention Party leaders and candidates are busy and a heavy vote is expected the withdrawal of some of the candidates which leaves some of the candidates without The following is the official list of officers of election North Central City Thos Martin Moore judges Ed Frost sheriff P L David clerk West Central City Robt diff Joe Millard W E Glenn s R B Culbertson c West Boggess Netter S P Dukes j M Adkins F P Bridges c Penrod John Penrod Lern Moore j J M Dorch sjThos R Taggart c Vest Court House J J Rice J C Hardison j J Ed Smith sj W C Faughendcr c Drakesborofjoc Haden Joe Langley j J Will Mortop s Jas M Faughender c Paradise John Buchanan j Jonn Roll j John Underwood s Dug Weir c East Boggess Jas Burney Geo Fohl j Robt Wiekliffe s E Reyn olds c Bethel Lee Marks j Eugene Dunn s Marshall Bur fey c Jones Phil Mercer j Elmo Martin s Jas Chandler c Skilcsville W G Fleming Bun yan Bradley j B Cox B G Myers c Davenport Wm McKioneyj N 4 Shutt s Hw Wesley Williams c IJ printing prepared secured Calla nit quotations ass alt escape 1 Tipto for was 4 i 1 tell r s a tio Wol V beheld attracting notwithstanding opposition Baxter n j I ins s i j Hillsidejesse SummersJohn V s RosewoodE I I i l 2 WI f m m b ont ont g- us us 5 p w c Bremen J T Nichols J H Grundy j I F Gibson s 1 F Dcmpsey c Court House Marion Carver W L Whitson j Jas Jackson s S J Mohon c North Boggess J T Reynolds Roy Craig j Wm Harbin s R E Wallace r South Carrolltoi Rod Robinson Joe Whccldon Sep Taylor s Nut Hewlett c East Con trul City T L Roll W M Noffsingcr jj Dan Bean s G B Young c JAS W GATES Chin Oem Co Com Read our Advertisements Depoy Items Tobacco plants arc plentiful Mr Sam Rice sold a fine mare Monday to Mr Herbert Hunter Dr L Moore has greatly his residence and one of his tenant houses by a coat of paint Mr Will Hancock informs us that he will soon be beautifying his with a coat Mr and Mrs F N Isbellattend ed Sunday school at Oak Grove SundayMrs F P Bridges spent Sunday with her father Mr G B Williams Mr Sampson Dukes is the happy possessor of three very fine hogs of the O I C breed Capt R C McCrackcn is doing some splendid painting for D P TaggartMr one of our most enterprising men is getting his saw mill Mr McClellan Williams where he has a large body of timber to cut The new mining town two and onehalf miles southwest of here will probably be called Skibo It is rumored that Mr J L Tag gart is soon to be a benedict The dedication of the New Chapel is to be on the fifth Sunday of May Mr and Mrs Floyd Utley are guests of Mr C C Shan non Mr N B Kingsley was here Mon day on business Mr Elmer Craig of the Bat East vicinity returned to his home Mon dy after a twoweeks visit with r i ends and relatives BeaTlierer j 1 improved residence ofwhitewash Lar ins riggednear andMrs I I Yearns On SUrer Plate can only be determined after of actual service unless you purchase wore bearing a Spoea Peru etc stamped a halts For orer everywhere Tor catalogue No new the makers INTERNATIONAL 5ELVER CO Meritfca Cera Take no 3ubsf flute Renvember9 Hare uIn use and given perfect are dealers c HEADACHE Atal tlruc errs 25 D stistaitIou I 25c ia oa every box of the genuine Laxative Tablets fee remedy that a e W fa eno daycures L his Silver Plate thai IVears The trade mark A 7 Rogcrs IQ Bros on Spoons Forks etc Is a of quality the world over The prefix 1847 insures the genuine Rogers quality For sale by leading dealers everywhere Send for catalogue No to International Sliver Co Merlden Cons Ie guarantee i f t r r I Tn It Doisni Scan Folkst- o be told the truth about Lion Coffee The scarecrow coffees are those that hide under a glazing of factory eggs glue and and uniform ness and uniformity Some Men Pay f ft Ann for an to jHUUUU their advertising There g are others tc nn for an annual who pay p JUU subscription to g Printers Ink and learn of what all the advertisers are thinking y But even these are not the reached There are men who lose iClftA a year by doing neith y piUUtUUU er one sample copy send 10 cents to PRINTERS INK o 10 Spruce St cw York City LIVER MEDICINE A sallow complexion dizziness are common indications o and kidney diseases Stomach and severe as they are give immediate warning liver and troubles though less painful at the start are to cure Thedfords It stirs the torpid liver ague It is n certain preventive inforced Thedfords Black Draught thousands of persons have low fever Marry families live in Draught It is always on hand for use an and saves many expensive calls of a doctor Mullins S C March 10 1901 Iavt used Thedfords for tfwe y nd HUH uat iurfttnpr to a d Ktor since I have been It is the best medicine for me that Is en the market for liver and kidney troubles and dyspepsia and complaints G LEWIS It Takes barrel weight 4 pounds Carefully bored 22 25 32 cartridges No 1 7 Plain 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preparations are being made for the entertainment at Xew Orleans of Veterans and their friends on the occasion of the ANNUAL REUNION UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS which takes place In New Orleans May 10 to SJ and In order that Inrpe number may attend there linn been made on the Illinois Central R R n- Rale of I Gent a Mile In each direction from all station south of the Ohio River to hcw OrleaitM TkkU nt till for thin occasion will lie on sale May 10 to 31 nnd for trains scheduled to nttire in New OrlentiH before noon of May 52 They will be jrood for return until May 21 and can 1 ex tended on payment of 50 cents to June 15 Par ticulars of your home ticket agent A J MeDOUGALL Div Pass Agent New Or leans F W UAULOW Div Tans Agt Louis rille A II HANHOX G r A Chicago Jvo A SCOTT A O P A Memphis DONT BE FOOLED various publications tereir Sears sewing machines we with to warn the public that they are 9t w author ized agents and that we do not sell our machines to them nor any other cata Jpgue house or department store v Their advertisments are not for the purpose of promoting the sale of our machines They are using our reputa as makers of the highest grade ma chines only in order to get the names of possible buyers and persuade them to purchase one of their cheap STENCILED MACHINES the manufacturers of which they are evidently ashamed to make public If you want a genuine Wheeler Wilson machine do not waste your JIme writing to anyone who is unable to fur nish it The genuine Wheeler Wil eon machine made by us and backed by our warranty is for sale by our zed dealers only When you buy a Wheeler Wilson you get a machine that is a machine backed by reputation of 50 years unparalleled success Winter ililioi Nfr Co i 1t 2 f i t IfJ1 3 1 j tp 5 ir that will t t I tie and hl3 MOle low 1 i 4 I t t t 1 l1 r JJ5 UtW1 r t i1 Roebuck Co offerWheeler Wilson r o in v fJtt JS w l Chicago III l 5 HERIi Til F U dL1S A tLIABt ItMf DISSAS 0 YItvVMI0NCY3 untay c Ass lieSby buying a Liveram r I 1 S 5S ae J j tdYtilDleflts htvlrq r ion authorS SS DR H G BOHANNON DENTISTCrown and bridge iwrcelnln work of nit kinds Irregular and ranlposed teeth rctjulnteil Office front room over KlrkputrlcU store Tel ephone No 77 LonsDlHUimrc Honrn 9 to 4 plate anti c SS Dr L Bard Onlcent residence Specialty of dlscnbcs of women and children cam ers etc BOHANNON KOONTZ Physicians tend Co Forofllee work treatment of chronic we have apeclal ccjuipmeut Complete lcctrlcnl apparatus with Xray and ozone at DR J W BARLOW DENTISTCrown nnd Bridge Work done at reasonable prices Myer drugstore Greenville Ky DR T J SLATON Physician and Surgeon Office Maincross street near Main street 15 Foleys Honey and Tar e No opiates I r Sr eons In Lnm enllli t J r i t t Jfor I 77v PhysicianS 5 0111cc butIIinr over ltlrkpatrkik Bret ant athnents- Ofllee over s tS il- f f i r 1Ir tro f I W Ull iI t S Iti furniture Coffins Wall Papers Window Shades nd Room Moldings Stoves at Roarks near ff g c I 0 J d I Rc r r JR r 4 Jt Picture Postot1ie y y P DISPLAY I crcitys Hidden Wealth XVil Se Exhibited at Fair SPACE ASSIGNED rfl In Kmtiidcy Will Hn n iiiliiiir IMiiiiird tit Oro it Kxposl- ii n Kxp t intro Collecting SlHilmows former Mayor uf r ouUYllt Chairman C J JCorwood of Icxlnn tctgruor ot mbto and chief i of tfcneky nsso ci hIS completed the floor plan f Krtueky mtaortil display In the s nazi McUllwcy building nt tho iiis faJr A roducotl roproduction rf it S JQVS Uio to which Ken t cry will so In making an exhibit of l rtOh 1 j or I tic Iecn to niJpgral habit the ExhIbit I extant THM1ER EJ R e I ts t C yl o cuNt CHAS P WEAVER Chairman Mineral Exhibit Committee Louisville untoH mineral vrenllh of tho of the raInariii exhibit ixjmmitteo former Mayor Obmifc Weaver of Louisville anti 9 r Nonvord Qecurod from tho diidf of the dopapimont of and m t TSppfessor J A Itolmes vHsIt to St Louis tho bit tifui occupy a most important t in Ho has assigned pSiW square feat in ono place and this 8 by the floor plan shown in Kentucky will be given r airman P i J I1 1 ltucltysmLnent1 cv t building r Qrccl r AJ Uds article e c the alto minds regent tlat s tito Floor Plan of the Mineral Exhibit 1000 feet in other parts of the and In It aho will make du plicates of displays in her collective exhibit This will bo especially true of ooal oil and clays three classifica tions that Kentucky will some day load tho world in OTHER KENTUCKY EXHIBITS Ono of the chief exhibits to bo made by at tho exposition will be of forestry Mr A N Struck the wall lumberman of Louisville Is chairman of the committee having thi display In charge and expects to make mi exhibit at tho fair that will attract thousands of dollars of capital to the virgin forests of tho state He will adopt the plnn used In tho Jesup Collection of Woods In tho American Museum of Natural History In Now York oily for exhibiting Kentucky trees This will permit him to show sections of trees cut In n manner to indicate clearly the cross and long tudlnal grains while at tho top will h displayed tho angular grain Half of the wood wilt be In tho original slate and the other half polished with oil or varnish Attached to each sped mon will be a small card with a gen oral descrjntlon of tho trees charac torlBtlos Such as height and foliage nectfon wherein It IB principally found and commercial uses to which it may tyr put Mr Struck has not made pub ic all of his plans for the forestry ex habit but he is a man of originality anti tho display will certainly bo striking The United States Military academy at West Point will have an A building 38 feet long 29 feet wide and 31 feet high will be erected to contain the exhibit anti the architec ture will bo such as to suggest nt a glance at West Poiut square 0 1 Jt own1 l I t i 0 tlcc a I 1 exhibit- S rt the acadomy Y r i 4 ARKANSAS FOR GOOD ROADS WoiU of Itcrcut Convention Held Iii Little Il uk Tlc state good rand convention ix croitly hold nt llttlo Kortc rk v 3 otto of the most Important ever hold In country to ronsldir any imhwtrtal question wiyrt Martin Iodp director of public rand Inquiries The grunt ijuaulons under discussion wn state iild ami national Mid to roudmlhUu There rn almost a unanlmotn opinion In favor of both proposltlonx awl on tlfoHccoud tiny n resolution was passed l y n unanimous rising vote of the con vention instructing legislature to IMWB a Inw at once levying a tax of mills on every dollar of taxable pwperty lu the stato to raise a fund to bo lined by tho suite to aid its dif ferent subdivisions In building roads Tho opinion also prevailed that Use rnitcil States government should bo come one of tho cooperating tones in this groat work and should pay sonic share of the cost required to improve certain leading highways up to a high standard of excellence In this connection the llrownlow hill now itemllng lu congress which pro vides for n system of cooperation the United States and tit dif ferent states or subdivisions tl roof In roitdbulldliiff under considera tion It was considered good policy by the participants in the dlsrtisslon that the United States should 1m called upon to contribute n share in this net essury Improvement of highways This Idwi was indorsed In n ivsolullon paRwrt by the convention Attention was called to the filet tint the govern ment has already appropriated 11HM 000 for sue u puipose to Porto Rico and mother million to time Philippics and the swrelnry of war hUH lately recommended to congress with tho ni proval of the president that 3000000 should be inuucdlatcly appropriated for tho tiso of the Philippine government to be mainly expended In building highways and other public Improve merits on the islands TO DISCUSS GOOD ROADS Xntlonnl oust International Conven lion to lie Held Tine National Good Roads association has Issued invitation for the national tad International good roads conven tlon to be held In Rt Louts April 27 to May 2 to promote Interest in scientific road construction says the St Louis Republic W II Moore president of the Good Roads association recently made the following statement as to UH Thp convention iras for Itspurpose the broadening of Interest In the pond roads question and the Initiative for a greater demonstration during the worlds fair In 1004 Time question of road Improvement is receiving more attention than ever before This country Is behind nIl oth ers In the civilized world In road con struction More than 00 per cent of Its area Is destitute of Improved roads burdened with primitive methods of Toadmnklng and made almost impassa ble mud lu winter nnd Insuffera ble from dust lu summer Persistent agitation of the good roads question rust be kept uj until public sentiment shall demand time 1m provemont of highways that In their present condition lire barriers to social and commercial progress lhe chief subject demanding publlp attention Is Industrial Improvements the most Important of which Is the betterment of tho common roads The convention will hear discussions upon scientific methods of common road con struction Including plans for providing for their cost mill maintenance togeth er with recommendations for practical public road legislation The nations of the world are commercially and social convention Good Ronilx VcrMun Good School One of the most beneficial results of road improvement is the facility li gives to consolidate country schools nnd thus concentrate our children Into central buildings so snaking graded schools possible in our country Where Improved roads exist the children by of bicycles go long distances to central schools Thus graded roods make possible grad ed schools the Improved roads work lug hi harmony with the state educa tion law giving the children of the rural districts the same advantages us those residing In clUes In one year fortjfour Connecticut towns by means of Improved roads were enabled to give tree transportation to n large number of their pupils says the New York Tribune Eightyfour small schools were closed and 849 children rode to tho central schools The cost of portation was about 12000 but n gross amount of some 20000 was saved leaving a net saving of some 8000 This saving was only n small part of the benefit derived for it re suited In a better attendance nnd bet ter schools This close coordination between Improved roads and education cannot be too strongly impressed upon the public attention The experience In California lion shown that even time longer term con can be employed to great advan tage by the state In quarrying and crushing stone at one or more central points for use In permanent roiulbulld lug Stone Is being extensively crushed In this way In California at less than half what It costs to do this work with hired labor in othr states The quar ries used for this purpose are surround ed by n strong stockade which also In closes tho convict quarters and the es cape of prisoners under such conditions Is not greater than that from the state prisons the the front question means trans noaclbnl1allnr In CaUCorln lets i f lids a between was uht t flllstta o1ftcTrtionr districts easily w WOBLBS FAIR PLANS They Vcrc Priposfd is Early as the Year I Cj EDITOR ntsr TO ADVOCATG fAIR tlKMcnt KrunuU AtteiiiltKl tio CM- c K lpo l liui to Inuro n C real IT Olfhrutlou lit r lAiuU Oilinr Men- U ho Alilftl In the Work Proforaor Charles M Harvey odl tonal writer on the St Louis Globe Democrat is credited with having been the flint person to advocate the holding of a Worlds fair In St Louis as a celebration of the Louisiana centennial Ills editorial urging such an exposition ap pcarod as early as 1S85 Statements have been made that ex Governor Francis was tho first to sug seat tho exposition Idea The gover nor does not lay claim to such an honor ho only says that ho hoard tho matter discussed at tho time that St Louis was n candidate for tho exposition and that when tho prize was finally awarded to Chicago I Viet Purchase tlltis a writings Columbian MINES BUILDING It was freely said by the St Louis commlttoomcn that tholr city would build a greater exposition ton years latpr But of all those who discussed tho probablo holding of a worlds fair tone considered tho matter so ovaly as did exGovernor Francis It Is now known that ho was continually planning the creation which has been so successfully carried out and with this In view ho removed with his to Chicago during tho summer of 1803 and wait in almost dally at the Columbian exposition Although tho worlds fair proposi ton had boon forgotten by the mny yet the Idea was not lost and In May 189S the Missouri Historical society called a meeting of the various com mercial social and industrial organ otSt Lojlls Jo be hold month following and considered joeL Resolutions urging a celebration by an exposition were adopted at this meeting and a committee was named This committee decided that early In 1899 a convention of delegates from the several states nnd territories In the Louisiana Purchase should bo held for the purpose of determining the time place and manner of fittingly commemorating the centennial anal versary of tho purchase by the United States of tho Louisiana territory Ninetyfour delegates attended this convention which was held In St Louis on Jan 10 1899 As a result of a voto by rollcall St Louis was tho unanimous choice of nil delegates as a location suitable for the exposition and David R Francis was chosen chairman of the executive committee Papers of Incorporation had been drawn up by James L Blair counsel for the organized committees and the same were passed by both houses of the Missouri legislature without a dls sontlng and approved by Stephens on Wednesday April 12 1899 Ten days later a mass meeting of citizens embracing all classes was hold at Music hall In Louis The most sanguine friends of tho exposi ton were surprised nt tho interest in the tJ Governor St a nor family attendance veto shown in tho movement and before adjournment was announced near midnight verbal pledges to the amount of hundreds of thousands of dollars were given Juno 4 1900 congress adopted a measure appropriating 5000000 for tho Louisiana Purchase exposition but It carried two provisos that an equal amount should bo pledged by popular subscription and another 5 000000 appropriated by tho city of St Louis In ordor to meet tho second provision It was necessary to amend the city charter and this question and also the plan to appropriate 91000000 for a state exhibit were submitted to the voters of Missouri at tho election 1900 when the amend ments were adopted by a largo ma jorityJan 12 1901 a sworn statement sent to Washington declared that tho 5000000 popular subscription had been closed At this time a consisting of exGovernor Francis William II Thompson Pierre Cno tcau Prod Lehmann nnd James L were at the nations capital working in the Interests of a second fair bill which had been introduced by Congressman Tawney After weelcs of labor combatting opposition which from eastern states the worlds fair workers were finally rewarded by the passage of tho bill granting an appropriation of 5000000 twice tho amount given to the Chicago fair Meanwhile the municipal assembly of St Louis acting on the permission given by the people of Missouri to amend the charter had issued tho same amount in bonds thus making 15000000 available for tho work of November Como JI00 r committee eunstructigla a IS OUR WALL PAPER I We liaye prepared to supply a greater trade than before The greatest line of the goods shown can be found here As always in all departments our prices are extremely reasonable f ROARKNear Post Office GREENVILLE KY Silliest of fine Bran Meal Corn and Feedstuff on Hand 15m SIERE I ever YVIKLIFFF BROIUfRS ILLERSM k Grade flour r q OLIVE 1 S0 NEW ever Easy l Compact Perfect StrongSwift Accurate Standard Visible Writer Enables the operator to see every word as written without raising carriage saving time and trouble Possesses every uptodate 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