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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fcV Record Advertising Costs NotHiiig It pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates scfgareftffiainsfflaijs 4 i 1 ir 1tltnre tj ri t U2U HJ8PIlUttflWi J IDtumtOO JJ on a WpHpapr dl The an who buys without rjaround is liable lj m sharply as above It is no s iU to be Jw tort I t i to grieve over wasted dollars a this fellow is doing after b done Come n to e us first e last gny time before you buy We may not sell you bifei gp show you wallpaper value you to save mprisv WTWEKN LOUISVILLE CHICAGO California AND THE VAST NORTHWEST traits daily except Sunday ta UNI0N STATION l UWVlLfcB DEARBORN STATION CHICAQQ pining and Parlor Cars afoee Room Seep r8 W Cor 4th 094 Murfcet SU Free Offer that we Constipation Dyspepsia Indigestion Headache Piarrhiea and Dysentery Pf a ve will an No slcVms can neglect such en and be Mr to himself Th very fact cf offer mutt convince you that Dr Cinnin Lust tntvdoes as we claim We would surety not for a bottle nd rive It If there was any doubt of results those results you want to b well let us pt our expense show you way OUT OUT THIS COUPON For this may not rppear rr ln Fill the blanks to Phwnacil ii have never tried Dr Carlstedts German Liver Powder but If you nlll supply oe bottle 1 will take It Writ Plainly 1 I jj and Jiif UNld To 4 IN t W N iNlit 4 P to 4 i kxJ T J rtve pertainingto i M and on our him 0 a G the Y u Wontyou the 9 Ia4Itw alto 21 7 r 1 enable everytxtRmay purchase w v rTwo F iKAD 1T6 Drawing tw I34VRK Ili ktittlWq liaus eider druggist and pay fQr- a 3T1 l- M1UER POWDER Rant over Cut tuett ll bt dlenee a ZSc free J Full AielreEs tit l lmtiOltb S a email word that causxJ worlds of trouble If you have a cough you do not want experiment with it You want to cure it at once you Ban will cute you quickly and save you lots of suffering and perhaps fruit a consumptives grave for coughing leads to consumption DEANS BALSAM is the King of Cough Cures hatfi why we sell of U aay other kiqdt- ls t V live yeN a a ple to try Large Bottles 25 Cts Account of new law ly Salaries increased DRAUGHONS s PRACTICAL 7WyM BUSINESSilao nm4ie- JEvansviilo Piducait and St Louis TelPBvni l y students by special nrniniTuiiMt use rallrond wire Homo onir nshvlllo oonipltalsooastudHiitjj unmmlly stuccoes nu tNr sH iniii Dranglumii la TilE BEST TIUtKH montlW Xcopln or Sltorthnna by DraiiRhons COpy RIUilTHU mottioda SIX PniuKhoti also 1ms 3000 students learning BY MAlf Write on Homo POSITIONS 6ccur l or money bacK Outnloguo w CURt YHE uiwca VO UKHION Price Mfj I Tl4a KIN OF ANI REMI EDIE S Ja f 4- I Jt Jarvis i TV13NS JvLE i u S II IF to IPYw t fJr liE D ants Ba1Sal1 more bin d 3D THOUSAN- IDTlGRAPR WANT eight hour 0 tt IaWIS JOIOCO prices a d fl U it 7i tt tj tow very J I lret cI f It 0 t J I i D F i f ann t G jf t II I t i H BOAT i LUNG FAVORITE 1 eeTt11ie ApVa Inelt batrel untla Carefully bored and tested nor sa 25 a rim fire cartridgest No17- I Sights 600 50IPtt la h iMJI 5 bas t4L err a 1 A Tonnl ems ZulvIleaosUt any htir nit L Tt1C 1t vaHl VFiI r- R a nib c flliCE Sand SOc 100- tn rn a- 1f 7 taa3 LfFy leis Jtt z c u Ifb t r- wi County Irich il coal iron timber potters etc and the most field In hen tucky for investment ofcapital and pluck I G JInm X3 1 J s Yrs t 4- R tsk uen er 1is cla y GREENVILLE KYf THURSDAY JANUARY 2 19 OS 50c PER YEAR IN IX NO vcnaWLN g1yg nSPfIFLIf J- VOL 4G ADVn nr Technical Training Large amounts of money have been given by practical un of af fairs to establish and endow tech nical schools The fact that hav ing been denied the advantages of training in the schools they desire tp give better opportunities to peo ple ot another generation is a pretty good reason for the existence of such institutions It probably is true that the greater part of the millions given to higher education of whatever sort has come from the bounty of men who made their wealth without having had the ad vantages of the training which they seek to give to those who are to fol low them It is unreasonable tJ suppose that large endowments would be given in this way jf the selfmade donors did not realize their own loss because of the lack of educational opportunities Another fact is equally apparent The technical schools cannot turn crux well equipped men fast enough the constant demand for thlitrY services professor of jik will hear testimony that U rtajfrcBtS made for trained men in hu iepBrtmant exceed the avail ate supply In many of the tech meal schools the members of the graduating classes are placed before thcy receive their diplomas leaving institution on commencement to begin work in good positions some lines no one but such a g graduate con secure a place Such condition of things is eloquent of jittjtfe worth of technical training Pt If a thousand men whose training RvlVas limited to a grammar school and practical experience in were selected and put side aside wjtji another thousand from jfisfelaerv Massachusetts institute Effileyr school Jlurduc Stevens attainments of the entire fadyof graduates of American tech P schools were compared with those of an equal number of workers any advantages oMhe school il fhe result Would not be doubtful are re rjIaUVcly few Their success often Alas been due to native genius Some t times peculiar conditions have help them forward Leadership fn fields has come in the same jvWy Those been trained command often have failedcom pletely But where one man has Ij gone from the grammcc four observation in the the head of a great cstab xjlshment there have been thousands have trudged their way through Ijfe with little enjoyment of its bp s I bfttinltieR with reJatively small in jiRuence upon their fellows and with f a horizon limited the walls of fe hundreds of educated men have their chances Hundreds jnavc failed completely fh a chosen Leadership among them have been less frequent than it jioajority of those who crowd the technical schools to overflowing arc iherc because of the encouragement employers or friends who tell jthein of the better opportunities open to those who arc educated not by the relatively few captains industry that the technical schools are o be judged Nor are the many failures charged against them witjhiout frank recognition of the per v- cfejiage of failures everywhere iSiih raising the average of genee that their greatest value lies Trial being mailed out free on request by Dr 4hoPi Racine YIa These ijjtVing to the people without a RnV B cost the great value of this scientific prescription known to drug everywhere as lr ahoopsCa triRcmed7 Sold by all dealers vi 2 if Wotnsa and Industry 1 t I f prrifiejril f Brvn sjrjkir topic of uuusual expressed the follow ing opinion We living in the midst o and I believe on the t so iai which herald tha coming econoaiic independence Of onien Bvery I j l t t t ny 4 J i course r 4 e ti1 it Jj tier o G ers I without up1ains of indusu f fed whohave for schooland the ears tr 1 t b jf may Shottld have been Rut the of r i f d t too be It tnt 1li Catarrh tests g J Mawr g on a im prt to n enl v t 1 1 ti 1 to meet ta lit 4 I the day t 1rrhn he shop rcester Pol ytcchht technical schools c u1A b tar tin u N mill slccessfuLwork a fated iha other II shop to who factory ct atcd profession great r a ix e tits 1 f I treatments arett- y r are ists t are iilr v great tint I r JjrA r r t thing seems to indicate that women will not only make their way into all except n few of the trades and professions but that they will be compelled by economic causes he yond their control to stay in them after marriage Already in teaching nursing library work typewriting bookkeeping telephoning tele graphing they are steadily taking possession and driving before themCecent observations on thss great topic follows The higher education ought to fit women for the single occupation of bearing and educating children and it is the most intellectual that there is in the world President Charles W Eliot of Harvard University The purpose of higher education of women is to give the power of judging men A college graduate should be able to judge human na ture Professor William James of Harvard University i Fighting Consumption No feature of modern life is more tiotfUprthy than the manifest deter mination of members qf the medical profession to ffnt and fjght an cisnt enemies of the of the diseases which used to sweep away whole families and terrorize a community in times of now are attacked boldly driven back from the point of danger and then kept at a distance by prevent ives measures Those poor unfor tunates who are given up to die are by no means so numerous as they once were The great white plague still con tinues in its destructive career It claims os its toll of death more than 3500 victims each year in Chicago alone It is responsible for one seventh of the worlds annual mortal J rVri Jv J ambition of njaPV an investigator particularly during the last quarter of a century since Kochs In 1882 That progress is beirg made and that there is room fur hoge of the final triumph over this great plague is believed everywhere Thtj campaign against tuberculosis now is to be pushed vigorously in Chicago The plan of battle has been outlined olearly In six of the best dispensaries of the city volun teer physicians who arc equipped for the work will be In at tcndanccat giycn to advise with the afflicted and furnish needed treatment On each week day at least one of the sixdispensaries will be open This preliminary work will be followed up by the service of trained nurses who will visit homes make wise suggestions regarding ventilation diet and rileg of living and help in every possible way to rsduce the suffering of the patient and at the same time check the spread of the disease nurses will become effective agents for the prevention qf tuberculosis in others because of their skill in treating those already within the clutches of the disease It is this phase of the new cam paign which has the greatest value The declarations boldly made that there is no need of any one from consumption and that many who have died from it might have been saved had they acted in time The work of the insti tute includesthe reduction of the suffering ot those who arc in advanc ftt the diseases but its most important service to the com muhity will be along the lines of prevention The rules laid down both for the the well are worth a examination A simple life with plenty of fresh air is the prescription for the careful and clean persons who wishes to shake off the incipient plague The prudent nurse who the home of one of the dlS pensaiy patients will have splendid opportunities for wise suggestion It must le a campaign of education even more than a campaign of re lief The results of tuberculosis are S3 well known that there will be general gratification that vigorous attempts are to be made to check its rivjges If efforts receive cordial support of the health de It U lace 1 nt crt in lit rsttC u a CI tile discover T ese dyeing elrstages sickand careful bus tbs men areas occupation the Many i tit fill tbe oc of a fws hours are tuberculosis the partmcnt the medical profession and the people much during the next few years in the relief one of the oldest and most destructive foes of the Tribune When the Stomach Heart r Kidney nerves get weak then these organs always fail Dont drug the stomach nor stimulate the heart and kidneys That is simply a make shift Get a prescription known to Druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Restorative The Restorative is prepared expressly for these weak inside nerves Strengthen these nerves build them up with Dr Shoops or li quid and see how quickly come Fr e sample test sent on re quest by Dr Shoop Racine Wis Your health a surely worth this sim ple test Sold by all dealers Central City Ky General Accommodations of the best Table supplied with sonable fruits game and vegetables O e NT 1ST Crown and undue Work dune at reasonabl prluos OQlae up stairs ju the Jouen Building OreenTllle Ky DRv Tr JrSLATON r Hy iclnr nod tHrP n osier MatnoFosB utpuet near llalnctrcct CAM HOWARD HOWARD GRAY LAWYERSOffice ii Greta BBl f eff Hotel FMt AfBiti THE OLD WORLD AND ITS WAYS BY William Jennings Bryan 53PXOW UBADY FOR SOLICITORS 576 Imperial Octavo Pages 251 Superb fn grathgs from Photographs taken by Bryan Recounti JJJH trip ml and liU visits to all iiitu9 flu preutCAt book ul travel ever written The must succoKMful book of Ibis generation 2SUOO called for In 00 luyx Write us for unniHle reports of tirnt URcnti employed Tile people buy It eagerly Tlip liirve t OUTFIT FREESeml Jlfli educe to rover cost of walling nml unutltlu Thompson Publishing Co St Louis Mo Constipation Baked tweet apples with ome people Lrlnr rWV M F011 f9r J With others fijra gaffruila offor n most excellent aid to thl with Stnna Slip Jfpfv Extract of l run i etc thl Giscntv burk Lf given Its power to correct coi Oxndr Tablet willed t at the elliHtlvo proscription lu effect on Constl patlon Itlllousnow Sour Bad Breath no tmpseasant after effects foe ex anti aro put up in beautiful UU6tfF puc3 metal boxes at 8 cent and 25 cents per box For comothtnir now economical and effective try a box of Only An Emptu Grave monument nno it not the that qno is not thprp MW a body so away dissecting table sod has bean tko run any your deafly THE BAKER METALLIC GRAVE VAULT may be from raceChicago Restorativetablets helpwill SfldllSKy Uouse jq W 4Q10W GRAY site LsNeaie 1JrCm the 10 111 have J puno eruct wg tlt tonaly to 1J I 0 Ihrlllclani but nati i ty to h lth And this 1- sW1kllll with JinN to bark of a carom ttO In IConllacn Fx tlRI1 nllMI l made Dr tabnrntorbw from title Ingenuous prompt ana b nice LaxetsALL n Qt1pted family marks the grave 1r p W At1 nsvc rmlU IlUY with thh ins o l groundhogsnn f accomplished human all jea lb rtADE N OR IQUELLA 1 erywr o 4r r P cc- rr oriel x agents f tlrnt T erand nItallbt4Nily hat an Dntnn true Con tf clan Ts s IiiI Bark Solid t Lax ri Shoop endmost aunty Comprezlon etc Is Indeed Ing tenet 1 Lax nts of the r exi thin rId ruse r til the avo will give absolute protection Iron Icioin ghoul and aU be vernle It win also ho casket perfectly dry In any watery grave seen at any time by calling on TAKE TilE RECORD 50s the k p f Have You Been fcSlucxt t OR KINGS NEW FOR COUGHS COLDS THROAT LUNG DISEASES SAVED HER SONS UFE My son Rex was taken down a year ago with lung trouble We MRS SAMP RIPPED AY Ko SOLD AND GUARANTEED Y Williams Druggists 5Oc AND 1OO omens 1 was a total wreck writes Mrs Beulah of Oregon from pains I had suffered for 4 years month Sometimes I would be unconscious for 12 hours at a stretch I did not know that anything could stop the pain entirely but did advls all women suffering with painful period to use Car dui and r DISCO IERY iittt1tr AND f Jii CURES ALL 110 g Sf r 1 f fdoctored some months without improvement Then I began givingDr Kings Discovery and soon noticed better WI kept this treatment a few weeks and now my son isperfectywen and works i t it Pains i g ui t1 Itrl tlQ b N i A r r tie rw I a than efortheup for everyday w r eve M rt pr W t t to r47r b i irrSr1E1G7vr 3lasst C Met AdvfsllrypgearttnenC i r fir 4- h dot out Tr lt- y r1 tin 100 Bottles WINE OF CAR 0U i r Jt6 2 j I I B n e J FoldIngNo- r f t Price f f i S l r A wonderfully capable and accurate camera built on the Kodak plan Good enough to satisfy experienced photographers yet so simple that children can use it PICTURES 21A x inches Loads in daylight with film Cartridges Fitted with meniscus lens and shutter with diaphragm stops Full description Kodak Catalog FREE at any photographic dealers er by EASTMAN KODAK CO Rochester N Y or X It 3 i L t i If 0I in marl n 1 i fo u 7 t Ji s i i 1 l t I iris r e pJ y THE RECORD Au Independent NfWbiai er rUOUfllKD THIIUDATH BI RECORD PRESS UlCRPrwslilrnt OmEN L ItoIIK Score tury OKIKN L ROAKK EDITOR LongDistance Telephone No 7 OIMiO In Sioii l Storv v the INwirk Hullillnp 50 CENTS PER YEAR IN ADYANCf Th Htibmtrlptlon prior t f th OQ in n f whrn the lo which II N KiI l the jinjxr wilt xtoppcil- Oarili f thank oliUunrv uoticrti If not lonsrr rhuii HIICH will IH fr A Charxv of o lint will Ix nude for nucocril n Xu variation of till rnlr tonnynnr- Krc Kitiiijilc ileK will IK niullvJ- ArtTrrtl rnw iiiH will lUMirteil A rnt nr J K U li Hrnlrthnl in rt inist- Attrr 5 nil and rr Mtiirww imyaW ti TIKrniU PiER rrriiTlll Ky THURSDAY JANUAHY 2 90S HitDrM Jit Orwn IM Ky n ron lt nf K mnttrr ItnoTll TAUKIvcjmN f Indiana h s left his nmtk t n literature and Mu UunsKVRiT who is a njilf stirelv u ill not jiuiiish r fiUJntr in lovr with tlu IcF A iittin n HI ic I tnl of Sfcibo mi is Another 5 oooQOo to the fund the Institute it shaves LU uualconfulf ncc in the progress lit citrni K and dividend ttiiif of the American producer and tonsunier They have never f i ed to justify it no matter what has been their prorated per capita share in his great philanthropies WITH one harp our Federal ciimeut is literature and owl jmwey to encourage fur cst culture and save our retnainiiii forests from ruthless ravage With the ithcr hand the ov rnmelit col leas a tariff duty upon imported lumber and wood pulp thus ottering prciiiium for the quick destruction idT the forest vill reach the ofensc K needs at least one additional enactment Not only are the officers and share holders of a bank injured by libels against it but the depositors who arc certainly innocent parties are often injured There should be a substantial penalty for circulating defamatory reports without founds tion regarding any corporation but especially a bank KEXTUCKV liquor men are so alarmed for their business that they have invited preachers lawyers educators and legislators to with them In convention and pre tare a model license law The liquor men want to weed out dis orderly and unnecessary saloons and remove the liquor interests from politics The purposes are laudable And if the saloons and politics could be separated it would5 be as good for politics as the Kentucky whisky men believe it would be for their busi But so long as tome men are determined to drink too much and other men are determined that no one shall drink at all The Record that the divorce cannot occur if there were some infallible means of Jcoowing men have drunk about s much as properly proposed gonyifttQn in Louisville might with prospects of attaining rfijWlts A figlit fir Lfc The tncfcfifliitf of New York have about waking erginized war a foeman worthy of ibeir steel TJiey have tackled the eomqian tvbuse fly Recognized the doubt fall flf the contest they have at the ottUtarf besought theaid of the inutiicipatity which is accused of aiding and abetting the sn rming insect enemy There are ers in New York which pour there filth into the waters which encoii the city It is shown by actual investigation that the outlets of tuaiiy of these sewers are above low v afcr mark and that these outlets life prolific breeding ground ruilJjns a flics carying poisonous j to y dweeling places J5xatniu ops najdj by kjjed bac teriologists showed at he l fflnjn oi the fly season last summer when ithe insects carriedfew bacteria ithat the death rate from typhoid and Aiiiier intestinal diseases was low but tate increased with r i iij LuniLcr of Ales carrying j On n r C r Rl 1 I 1 Inn Un mnk c q 1OotUr t 1 I pnUcemc II 1 I Czst e o f Go d JI ins tttlj Ja tj ft nice r tl I tJ yIn the il set r upon J result 1 to I J o I pass 1 1 baCteria o i f7r i J I Rtrvvvvwvvw r r k porn tune uurxplrr sit rte ten per hr y ill I t V for a r ij met r t t t Carnegie ca1putt Icy v t t 1f t sting t a ailif thl3 State llHwile t rltt- s t y Hiss 1 Alt w tears 0tt when 11 carry pet rcA able I I f l sow fo cur iiiie death theft n v t i animal and vegetable parasites In some cases individual flies carried as high as 100000 bacteria on their legs and in their mouthy The cor respondence between the increase of death tells its own story Wnuii it is considered that one mother fly lays boo eggs and that twelve generations may be hatched during the active fly season the peril of the situation may be more readily conceived The merchants asked thut the law of 1903 shall he enforced which required permis trom the State Board ut Health governing the discharge of sewage under conditions imperiling the pub lic health and imposing suitable penalties fur infraction As there are 7000 deaths yearly from intesti nll diseases time virulence of which corresponds to curve of fly preva hence the argument of the merch ants has a cemetery backing of the strongest character The fight against the tiles set on foot in New York is clearly a fight for life As the New York situation is in large mesure the Philadelphia situation war should also be declar ed here It is not only the sweeter outlets that are breeding places fur the pests 1 he stables slaughter houses amid market places turn them forth in clouds Entire extermin ation of either flies or mosquitoes is pei haps impossible Lot a coma part live amid tolerable immunity can be brought about by the conjoint action of the Wealth authorities and the owners of establishments furnishing all the necessary outfit bur active fly culture Estray Notice Taken up as a Stray by A L Mchtvain on his premises about 2 nulls North of Greenville KV near the road and near Ncbo Church Qne yellow Jersey Heifer some b eolgr unmarked tutu liqrneSajd heifer h SBi r posed about 2 years old and valued by J S Green and A L Mc cvain at 14 Said A L McLevain states under oath that he has not altered or de faced JiJiy flesh marks on sass heifer Infantile Paralysis This is an acute disease of child hood or early adult lifer the cause of which remains as great a mystery today as it was when the affection was first clearly described by a French physician over fifty years ago It occurs for the most part in children rarely in those over six or eight years ot age although young adults are occasionally affected The disease is more common in summer and sometimes occurs at that time in small epidemics An epidemic of this kind has prevailed in New City and in other parts of the country during the late summer and autumn of the present year The symptoms which resemble in their general character those of an infectious disease and the tact of its occasional occurrence in epi demics have led the physicians to believe that it is due to the action of some microorganism but the most diligent search has asyetfailed to discover any such cause The disease begins suddenly with fever headache tenderness on pres sure or actual pain in the muscles Vomiting pccvishnoss and some tithes although rarely convulsions TJj5f js nothing definite in these Symptoms 3 cad the physician to suspect Uifi KJ flajur flf Jh malady except in time of an w ejy any sudden fever excites suspicion The fevci lasts as a rule only two or three days and on its dencc less often before it has dls appgafed the child is seen to be paralyzed The courses of Iftj paralysis is pe culiar At first it is extensive 111 volving perhaps both legs or an ito and a leg andjncreases a little far te OF fOUr days After that a turn fAr MP to PF flfCBftr The paralysis lgly fetiib strength r tyrns jq qrjg limb qr qne group of musclosat 4 time At first the return of power 13 pFQ grcssive and quite rapid arousing hope of a perfect restoration but that happy termination is seldom reached Usually one limb more often a leg remains paralyzed and flap gjjjrj is permanently crippled remajn weak although seldom entirely Hgelcgsj jjp pffected muscles waste away and if tbu r posing muscles arc not paralyzed they pull the often the foot to i J halting a r lipid sub Ali Th limb dart I Rum e w- ith rig le tube ttII iat 1 Work Fm1Ff I I to one side and thus produce deform ity in the case of the toot a club foot The growth in the affected limb is also retarded so that the member behind and is perma nently shorter than its fellow The disease is an inflammation of a limited portion of the spinal cord anti so far no treatment has been discovered that will cure it The general health after the fever has subsided is good and the treatment electricity massage hydrotherapy is directed toward a diminution the paralysis It should be contin ued for a long time for sometimes there is marked imurovetnent even after months or may be a year A tickling cough from any cause is quickly stopped by Dr Shoops Cough cure And it harmless and safe that Dr Shoop tells mothers everywhere to give it without hesitation even to very young babes The wholesome green leaves and tender Stem of a lung healing mountainous shrub furnish the curative properties to Dr Shoops Cough Cure It calms the cough ary heals the some and bronchial membranes No opium no chloroform ribthing harsh used to injure or suppress Simply a resinous plant extract that helps to aching lungs The Spaniards this shrub which the doctor uses 11 The Sacred Hrh Demand Dr Shoops Take no other Sold by all dealersMarc Strayed or Stolen Solid bay mare 14 3 high about 13 years old natural pacer strayed or way stolen from turn at Beech Creek on Dee 9 Reward for re turn OSCAK CRAIG J2 lleeck Creek Ky Engraving Work Quickly Done The Francis Engraving Machine recently to tjg Undertaking equipment of The J L Roark tate docs perfect work and th supplying of individually engfayp casket name plates free by tnislfi 3 old marked with crop offi each ear and a hole in each ear ap praised by J R McCown and R E Frazier at 12 R E brazier states under oath that he has not altered or any flesh marks on said cow This nth day of December 1907 R E FRAZIER Subscribed and sworn to before me by R E Frazier this December ii 1907 BRYANT WILLIAMS J PvMr C Local reprcrtcntntlvca fur Green vllle rUIiilty to Took niter re nevaU ivnd Incmiiwe xubiKi Iptlun monthly uwjmzlueon it KIll liry inn nee OeHlr nbi but nnjT fi ry Q Q J upiHirtnultjr for ttonO York YOUNG MEN better salaries and do more ial work If able to write and ambitions to succeed we can qualify you for a position a rne chanical electrical civil or mining engineer architect etc etc Write at once stating position want ed rsko INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS Box 799 Scranton Pa See model No 5 Oliver the fittest typewriter ever built Put on market March 30 The speediest longest lived most convenient of operation exclu sive features Orien L Roark representative f Fares One Way and Mound Trip The Morton Route announces that it will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville Chicago at 7 one way instead of 8 as formerly end 1260 round trip good thirty days refusing instead of 16 Patrons ogercd c eptionaly good ser r rHu ff v w K truing from spin partmcnt and Dra JPgrflpm mans as well as thin usiial straight sleeper The day trains have lar lor and Dining cars and the very finest modern new coaches In queries cheerfully answered by E H Bacon D P A Louisville Subscribe for The j ff issn thoroughly heal call E is a feature that ver Wanted till of II right lJelJ ifill tn New congen read 1ind TI 14fg 18 89 BY New 5ihH I S are viFe Q f l vme fp PUIJ c S a lags sensitive aF1 ell appeals st ang- eyCryone Articles t- ctlrarc rick a rare 11M r- yFvkr itltrlp I c night rc col years r defaced lull basis Nor MidreI n 0 tVA TED to earn stein r t E c- JIl y Mena litlta AMIi1NilEts6 and ono tg Files Ky tee i FOR TAXES By Irtue ot taxes Auil nberj county and the Stats of Kentucky for the year 1 Including penalty and cost I or one of my deputies will on Vloriday January 27 19OS that bcifft County Court day between the hours 6f Jo a m and 4 p in at the Courthouse door In Greenville Ky for cash in hand sell the following property or so as to satisfy the amount of the tax due aforesaid and the costs to wit NOTE Th first column of figures indicates acreage or lots of hand the lots disl iiigulshcd by I accompanying the figures Ta scs are for Ico except as noted District No 1 TAXIA RK NEVatsr UBSIIlSXr 1ROPBRTV TAX lBNlTV TOTAL Citric Jf hn Ed Lnccficld 11 225 205 4 J M Gleme 2a 300 214 514 A L S Spicer H3a 414 231 645 Edwards I R i I 9 00 2 95 1195 Edwards 1 M il 945 j or 1246 Staples 33a 48i 39 7 o Gann P Whitmcr lot 1150 528 Hall E A i 1 3 75 25 600 Lewi V D 1 1 5 25 i 39 764 J J i 1 600 155 855 Mojie Jas i I 264 u 10 474 Jim Daws loa 300 a 14 514 Rasst n V V agt for Hjenry Isoyde Goo 355 Wells il 969 3 04 1273 Young Baxter i I 3 75 sir25 Goo I Colored Austin John i 1 354 taS 582 Mrs Rochel i I ISo 123 450 35 685 Ellen i 1 300 214 5 14 Henry il 1418 54 Mo Walter i I 5 50 249 799 Jim il 400 228 628- Urilsdn W 11 Jnd Magaun 6341 264 2ib 474 District No 2 Mary C Jno Payner boa 495 241 7 f Frizier Mrs May H t 239 2 07 Mrs Minnie Annie Jemizan il 375 205 Juries C P Iajs 10011 864 2 9 1 1155 W R 150 344 Isack Heis iT 75 185 2 0 Sweat Mrs C K il 225 206 431 Sh rschell Mrs 0 K near Pond Creek 194a 3600 6i57 4257- Suimner Muck L Vanhaur 3oa 500 2 14 741 Woodridge 0 M J Renard loa 250 zp8 458 Colored H il 4 75 239 714 x District No 3ininshanan J B Mrs Hill 1341 1050 3161366566 ohh frW A Mitchel aa 189 Jack 501 i I 774 r Will Brown lou 700 Sal hnspn 6oa 550 i i 2 25 a Bo 389 278 1052 268 968 249 799 205 430 239 1139 24i 737 1 Mrs CeUa tutee Mrs S A tturnes C Hates I C Harned J Hlckersnn Mrs Lucy Hudson C V Jarvis Edman Robert Kester C A kiltniger Lewis J H 35a J5o Colored District No 6 James Vincent 65a i I Alex Carley 8oa Rolf Stovall 4a Pete Hudson 85 a Philips Wilkins Son Bishop Phillips 55a 202 407 Joe Gish C E Martin Mercer Mrs Dallas ij McGowan Taylor Cradock CJ Sample 2 Kitze Mrs Francis J Swoop W B Turner Mrs Elizabeth Vincent M fa- A hby Lewis McNary George Oats Bettie G C Carr E P Eades E W Right R W Batsel J A Farland G M Col man Ashley C F Jennie Baker C R Cimes T B Bailey T W Baker David Brasher John B Buchanan J H Babaries J Y Cobb T E Carnahan Willis Coftman H M Corbett A H Craft F I Crenshaw James Dattcllo Ageljna Doudcn R H Dobsou A Draper Mary Edmonson Tate wyri City Lots farrU q T Hatnian Anny Hibbs Klizah Hill Mrs Blanche Htide W A Mary B Jones Aubry Kdinon King G K 11 James L B Krebs P H MpEwen Mre tej Morraw I U J D flyers E C Newton E Pritcherd Logan Ramsey C H Rogers Mrs H V Rn bey L I 7 1 J8fx8 i8r 190 I8i i8s 18 181 i8j i Si 185 181 i8i 181 iJJi 181 181- A 18 1 t8t i8i i8t 181isi 181 Silevy Mrs S K j i4 190 I 1 1 SAlJ 0 du be- Ing q und CfWS Dank Iar rctt Garr tt llo W J HeW 14 i8 Nllsbn Flit I I C I 34 Allar I 1 Joh J 17 2 re Illackford 4 Hr k 6 John n I 1 No sin c rris J H X rs r omett tro Y W 31 850 t O 394- r Ii t 8i4 r 05 150 Ig4 344 450 235 685 804 2ta 1086 MIl 913300 1243 L39 332 1174 339 1513 375 2025 600- u I65o 39G 2046 U cc600a 16689 2504 19193 I 0 qa 225 205 430 is 252 802 RufWacker a joo 266 9 66 517 3577 2GI 897 I II 295 600 Soa 375 2iS T n Booa 15000 71S7 180 199 379 EBIBrgg John a f il 46 Joore i a 3 t 2 17 IG Ja S 0f 1 44 g i JJJq 18i 220 J S i P I 1 39 Illh 320 t I J p 11 75 jo 11 39 r20- II 39 0 I I 39 3 I I 39 11 39 20 1 3g 220- h 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Tele 1052 E A PELHAM Supt W D BLACKWELL CITY T MARKET Fresh Meats Game Fruits Vefetables Tclcplioas No 231 Fnaft Delivery Announcement HQUSQS Furnished Complete on the Easy Payment Plan We have provided means of supplying lie with Houscfurnishing Goods of all kinds and the plan is meeting with hearty approval in all settings On payment of a small sum down we will fit any or all rooms of your home and accept monthly pay ments for balancer Make your selections froms s fiaus ts3s sj our immense stock of goods have them delivered at onceand pay for them on the installment plan Everything needed for the home from cellar to gaiv vV ret from kitchen to parlor can be supplied i v B- v o1I otiLOiu god let t supply all your wants IXCOKPOKATKD c J McLARY O Complete Line of Fixtures and Supplies i s Estimates Furnished Satisfaction Guaranteed ALL WORK APPROVED BY NATIONAL BOARD OF FIRE UNDER 3 All work Installed by Union men Cum Pho 243 r5 Greenville Kentucky BLACK DIAMOND Roof Stack Bridge PAINTFor 11 kinds of Metal Roofing Iron Bridges Fences gpilerfy Stggkg Slacks etc inj tip jU f P Graphite Grystalizcd Crc5Pter anc b t inewn meW J preservatives oo egrth Will slot off of hot itSQ f if tfc hottest roofs drJei black und glossy There J 89 WMte Pf1 ffd iment It covers more surface per gallon than any other paint and you are not buying an experiment as our paint has fbeen put to the most rigid test It a rival on Jj the market Always ready for the brush Lasts many years 3 and is guaranteed for five years Sold by C M DEXTER CO Greenville We handle Cylinder and Black Oil for Machinery i fij ip l 0ptt1fi t- l Sisk Mrs Ha71tc 2 1 75 u L 114 Slaton James B I 1 39 Stagh ll W I 1 59 Smith J R J I39I8 20 Bence 39 ISI 220JTodd Want I I 39 20 I I 39 Ware C W I I 39 L8z 22 Wallace T CII 22 White Mrs H ell 39 IBI 4 Wcllcnghb GAlI 39 t Wilson W S I I 39z8 2z0 Woolfork W R t I 39 1 I F i fs MEA Etc t r1J the S th f the i f t t0 SEE 4 eca eOT8COT Vn11 ERS an f t t t 1 t run standswithout k t s nL f Wm 31 W I8122O 11 c i8z z Vanell1 F 18r 220 3gI8I 2O 18r 220 181 220 x c Sa t 4 s 1 anew pubs r Y r t x ItFk 4 o her t 60000 BODIES Mirfflated Aseaally 1 ea hsediag Tt WATER VERMIN Ill F5 rilR BURGLAR PROOF GRAVE VAULT nlslies protection r vTHE BIKER firtben tJl of trio Tcrulln nRolmRl and Is should be mlllocd in every burial Made in aU I nrrtt ht VA LT sizes The BXKER In stock Y The J L ROARK ESTATE flremille Fine Line of Futiwrn and Burial OooclF carrieVAT IIC COOmka hIotio j iJ H CatSkMfa tr3 t t 3 I R R LOCAL TIME CARD 1 II jy t 4 J3 rL C t 4t F XOIITU BOUND li LonUvlllflExpo lllSnm tot Qlnulutinll 154 in 101 Louisville Limited 4 X nm SOUTH ROUND NO 121 Fulton Accommodation 1245m 101 Now OrlennH olal 340 pin 105 PftJucnh Local Freight 710am- Mny 3 1907 WOCnjiwronD Agt A bird in the hat is worth 20 sometimes more Kodaks of all sizes of films con stantly in stock at Rodrks There has not been a fitter day here than was Tuesday There has been a dearth of mar riages here during the holidays We have had less snowfall this winter than ever known up to the present It is a little early but perhaps some new year resolves have already been broken Get 30 photos in five positions for 250 at McDonald Richard sons gallery in court row Mr vA V Martin of Paducah was here with his parents several days last week Mrs Susan Anthony of Paducah has been here some days visiting relatives and friends Days are getting slightly longer r Dec3iwnich was the short est day of the winter 4 Capt R 0 McCracken is spend jng a Hay qr pn oujsvjlle antj fiVJtrankfort on business t Miss Mattie Lovell of Nashville j i was here a day or two last week on H visit to her old home Mr Raymond Kirkpatrlck of ukitUvIHe spent a part of hot ally acquainted with the grip he ceases to make jests about its There is much corn in the field yet but farmers are improving every favorable day by gathering the crop olill there are heard the yelps of a short time the general holfday slaughter Cardboard cover papers ting etc used in the making of holiday remembrances can be found at this office s at Dr and Mrs Geoi Bohannon re f turned to Louisville last week after a visit of some days with relatives Teachers of rural public schools are nearing the end of their work f 0 Mi5 ella flpWUtt whft js tgaph Inp locution snd expression in Ru S8ll ille has becn spending her 1- eationhprp with tamiiy and friends Wallpaper lower than ever known Roarks The racks must be for 1908 goods and the prices will do it if you will only look The closing out sale of the New Jewelry store is attracting much at t tention Everything is being sold low and the business will be dosed fiir5 Turkey dinners refreshments V served night and other holt L day indulgences have put a few peo pIe on the light diet list jr If the breaking qf now year reso Jutlons made as much noise as the 3 explosion of firecrackers it is likely bf that few people would be able to get jprmuch rest during the next few days f Be sure you hear Burgderfer at the opera house next Wednesday if night He is one of the best enter t has a variety fwork that wijl please all tastes j1 T The Qreenvjlle Transfer Co has v been enjoying a phenomlnal business ccntly 1 wo busses have quired most of the time and both are generally crowded I l oea 1teOT CI t j 7 winter 4 1 I lj II f t since e X iais with if ricl Kerei fter Qroal as tieconie person a few who have escaped for blot their old home iIto ann these will be- Ii r I WIthn a monthL 1 r l 0- tatii I at the offerings I 1 I J lateat r J I Ii p on an j hi been re- t tc4 II oS EXt I 7 1 I f I iI i J 4 t i f S 4 the i i h c f turkeys s1 r 4t most oeq ri y VN i r p 4i SaturdayS 4 it 8 tainers I p cI9 CS the transporting of passengers i i g Probably one of the hardest things to do just now is to write it 1908 Mr James Louis Roark spent a day or two in Louisville during the holiday season Mr IS W Taylor of Beaver Dam was here Monday mingling with the court crowds Mr and Mrs Jerrold A Johnson of Madisonvillc were here two days the latter part of the week See Mr Pclhnm of the Rock City Electric Co if you want electric wiring or supplies Trains have been crowded for the past ten days with people who are taking advantage of the low holiday rates Lawyers are all very busy now getting things shaped up for the Jan uary term of the Muhlenberg circuit Even the most hilarious observer of the holdiday season will soon be ready to settle down to business Closing out prices arc rapidly moving the jewelry from the new store and Mr Cox is determined to close Saturday night It was a very green Christmas but nobody appeared tobe scared on account of he fat graveyard that is said to follow Leap year is here of the backward bachelors may now secure needed assistance in their matrimonial ambitions Mr Harry Wallace who is with the I C near Louisville was here a few days last week spending his vacation with his parents v If you have a sewing machine or clock that needs repairs see Frank Harris who guarantees hi work Telephone o 73 Messrs W T Morgan ft gon arp days last week in Chicago on bun nest visit He was accompanied by Mr Cecil E Roark of Louis ville Mr Wm Bader of tho mochanic al force of this office spent Stfew days during Christmas with relatives and friends in Louisville and in A stenographic scholarship in the International Correspondence for sale at reduced price Exchangable for any other course Apply to this office There have been no business changes in town the beginning of the year but two or three on tap and will likely go through very soon Children who received from San Claus gifts of skates won the good rjd not Mr Herbert oore a wjfe qf Springfield IHs werg here several days during the holidays an a visit to relatives and friends Traveling salesmen have been very scarce for the past two weeks and the same condition will obtain for at least ten days longer The Stokes residence on Main street was sold at public sare by Commissioner Oates last Monday Mr R T Martin became the at a price of 1790 There were many persons up to greet the new year the church bells were tolled then rung and so nearly everyone was made aware of the change of dates Miss Myra McKinney of Lout ville has been a delightful guest of Mrs Elgin Rice for several days She is a violinist who plays with much expression and a young wom an of many charming characteris tics Her rendition of Traumerie on the violin at the Methodist church Sunday evening was enjoyed by the large congregation present Trial treatments bejng majlcd qqt ffce gn reqaegt Pr Racine Wis These tests arc proving to the a pennys great value of this scientific prescription known to drug tarrh Remedy Sold by all dealers court workand u ands me Indiana J a ce are rip y om w tlwr i purchaser T J 11 II Catarrh art peoplewithout costthe gists everywhere as Dr Shoops Ca iiri n S t I S okboceI n 5h N Martj- thaye coytin 1 pttiWii S cool ant 9 tPP cclfd liy hoop Monday vis county court day and there wt a fair crowd jn town Fortunately there has not been an accident from the use of fireworks or arms during the holidays Mr Brewer Montague who is in school at Valparaiso hid has beer here several days with old friends Mrs Jennie E Roark has return cd from a short visit to her sister Mrs T J Morgan at Beaver Dam Mr 12 L Yonts Jr who is with the I Princeton has been here with his parents several days during the week Will the person who removed the dark red flanncltcttc kimono from the opera house on Dec 22 please return it to Mrs C W Taylor Many persons returned to their homes for the holidays and sjcveral delightful visitors hate combined to make social life very pleasant here for the holiday season The weather has been favorable for building and constructlon work so far tbis winter and there has been small loss of time for all en in this line of work Only three mere days in which people will have an opportunity to buy goods at cost from the New Jewelry Store which will positively close Saturday night Mr Clarence L Burgderfer gen feral entertainer will be the fourth number of the lyceum course at the opera house He will appear at the opera house on Wednesday evening Jan 8 There were no fights or disturb ances of any kind during the holi days And even the small boys p T T pf firewprksj there beipg no rnissing fingers or eyes Mr Pallas White among the UreenvUJp avay from pope who returned here fgr the holiday e js with the49msYllIe ry Qo s n j i LI ji commPflioHS ncy b4 14i fr cross street The interior wdrk is being rushed by a large force of workmen CAshrajsing prices have been placed on every roll of wallpaper in Roarks stock and the public can secure rare bargains now just when homes should 16 brightened and tightened for thp Mr Tom Jarvig was married to Miss Myrtle Ray at the home of Rev G B McDonald who per formed the ceremony at oclock p m on Dec 24 a few friends at The grip germ is spreading rapid ty alt over the country causing great suffering The ntOtbt s wore f ectec tan anj her part the Country and the cities are the greatest There will beUl at tho office of irst National Hank Greenville y on Tuesday January i th igofi between the hqurg of jo a m and j2 m an election for the pur poae of electing seven directors the ensuing year Jo T REYNOLDS JR l Tile ladies are the giving of a leap year party right away determining to lose no time in their efforts to show the young men the fine points of pleas urable entertaining One man has already fallen fromI r his new year resolutions made in writing but claims that he has am pIe excuse as he found he dat ed it January i rgq yjqod fop ono front tate and he has already taken advantage of the loophole Miss Willie E Tucker and Foster A Sizemore both of Lu zerne were married at noon on Dec 24 by Rev G B McDonald in his parlor here Several friends of the high contracting parties were prc cv hollcy pepj se era rfay hrp during the Christmas season with old friends For some years Rev Shelley was stationed here as pastor of the Methodist church anti he and his wife have many warm friends among the members of their church as wsll as all other denominations II v t I Cat H s d ueJ1t e H P report q wa qJ waf f 1 d i 41Qtd Ii 1 z of s e ers b t ore Sec young contemplating o 1 liii r cut t n tan Mrs H r i 15ijfit i g if t aged howed pwch kop e e I I I OQ Mia endingS t h hut tt lj J i r Messrs Howard Gray attor neys have been notified to meet the State railroad commission ir Monday Jim 13 at which time decision will be given in the case of local shippers against the 1 1C in which discrimination m freight rates has been charged Miss Verna Phillips and Mr E W Jamison of the Bancroft sec tion were married by Rev GJ McDonald at his home hero at io oclock a m Dec 20 lloth are popular young people and have the best wishes of many friends Miss Fannie Bowers and Mir Wm Coleman of Graham were married by Rev G B McDonald at his nome here on Christmas day at 130 oclock An attendant couple were the only witnesses but hous of friends join In good withe The winter tenr of Muhlenberg circuit court will convene on c Monday with a ratlipr light dOCKet This will be a tjirce week term but it is likely that not more iw twq weeks will bp neceesarj Sheriff Shaver has a list of dciin quent taxpayers advertised in this issue and will hold land next county court day to satisfy he lam Hie ta pqyprs whi hijVp yet paid their tac j j i Mr C B Mojrgan New Inland d ropresentativp of the bacco Co who is making rf quarter in Boston been hero with liitt parents for several days and mingling with old frieuus Rev G B McDonald hs ace ed a call to Antioch near kins ville and will enter upon the work at once He has also been c ailed to be pastor of the church at Cal hoon and at Nob Lick near that place both of whjp ic rjas acjcept will the wtlr ta ly in the spring Christmas pKprcjHI of t qir qf the UapUst Sundayschool Jthe church Sunday evening De J 22 There were many pleasing Jusic al numbers several recitations and for the clofip Santa Claus inj con ventional costume appeared and distribute iglfts to all the and to a few adults The concrete pavement along the west side of the new building to be occupied by the First National Dank is being laid It is on the line established by the city a plane with the pavement opposite which will a gfcal Jmpjovcr WfcnV n appearanee of Main tfee which heretofore fa cpramon with all streets an Regular hjt miss appearance tsA great many movers wagons have been passing through town dur ing the past ten days Croppers and tenant are m iking changes this yoar In large numbers moying to other parts of the county and many the wagons have contained peo pie who passing other parts of the state People who enjoy the artistic and of a character artist and humorist will enjoy the program to be given by Mr Burgderfer who will appear at the opera house on the of Jan 8 ThJ is he h t but one of the a apiiofts of g lyccum course and has promie pf of thg trpug6lt Jt shouj ic a lar Q audience that grpe pntortaincr The Muhlenber Medical Society at its meeting at Central Cry yester day took up the matter of appoint delegates to the state meeting of the Antituberculosis League which will meet soon in Louisville Not only will the members of p qfS be chosei as dee bt sey q rcat work Ueirn done U nedcal jqccties n ayef the try ih ravages Q this dread and Kentucky Is behind in this important work It is hoped a representative hotly of men from the county will attend the state meet ing where many splendid discus sions and papers will be heard Kodaks and supplies at Roarks it 1iit 4 Frankfort railroad ain t ntH U1e ri 1 tH ha pt H e b gm r The c ildrenqfr1hft tvc a C ql Ill q r i Ia f I fptfl tj pJIO1 J 1111 ando 1 o throughto ariedwork l li on th s t 1m Qppon1ed T i H q ay d else not J Vijt i Ljjif t p ar el v 4f4 ill t I sale i his p t I eqt toigIfl jftlhrjcnj nz1ri I I i ltD inc I I A pleased audkc trj ii I children new grad e prove has b4 1 are I n tile ug ion a wIle ncoq of to Asks MS to Friat it To relieve the worst forms of Rheumatism take a teaspoonful of the following mixture after each meal and at Fluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup three ounces These harmless ingredients can be obtained from our home and are easily mixed by shak ing them well in a bottle Relief Ii generally felt from the first few doses This prescription states a well known authority in a Cleveland morning paper forces the clogged up in active kidneys to filter and strain from the blood the poisonou waste matter and urjp acid which causes Rheumatism As Rheumatism is not only the most painful and torturous disease but dangerous to life this single fe wi no doujn bp greatly valued by many sufferers here at home who should onpp prepare UIP mix tun to get the relief it 16 said that a peraon who would take this prescription regularly a dose or two daily or even a few times a never have serious Kidney or Unr qry jjsorders Cttt this Ot and preserve t Rood heumatisn prescrlptiqns realy releivg scarce in and when you need it you want it badly Our druggists here say they will either supply these in gredients or make ready take if any of our readers so pre Week of Prayer Next week will be observed by all denominations here as a week of prayer the services being held at night at thjj yaHOus churches and with following leaders Sunday s t Presbyterian ohurchv J F Fraef preach Monday at Baptist church fr leader teriaH ckufck key W E Furr lead S iirdayj at C hirand Presby p teria ckurch Rev F E Lewis leader Sunday at Methodist church Rev A C Biddle leader Everyone is urged to attend all these services as it is hoped to make the meetings pleasant and profitable One of the new 10 gold pieces has been seen here by many per sons and the universal comment is that the design and minting are veiy crude and inartistic The coin looks more like the work of a South Amer ican Hepublic than that of the Uni ted States mint which heretofore has been a model for all countries However with all its faults there wUl bo the same strenuous efforts put forth to garner all of the crude creations possible The cantata of Kings given by the members of the Meth odist Sundayschool at the opera house afternoon Dec 22 was an entertainment enjoyed by an audience that filled the house TIe singing was splendid member satisfactorily filled his place Some of the chorus work was cspec ially effective To Mrs Guy C Morgan is due much of the credit for the success For some time she had rehearsed the rncmbers with graa are a f tq ler efforts large fy i tftte MS SWCGQS of the enter The W G Duncan Coal Co which never does things by halves outdid ftsetf and established a rtc rd for Kentucky On Tuesday Dec 24 when the men at the mint of the company in eight hours loaded 2935 tOilS of coal This by mal y hundred tons sfurposses past e rts of the men whq for mure than a year h U ld the record of the Statp n equipment nothing better pan be fo nd anywhere thrin at Lu and GraMm nnd with the fleM of fine cacti held by this company it is one of the largest producers in the state RoarVbaH received one sUljmcnt embracing three patterns of 1908 wallpaper The reimui ikrpf tin 1907 stock and there itlgr liic of it must he rushed out of tiw AY y and your prices almost will Liij it you come quick t 0 Yr t Sarsaparilla druggists a weekwould R mlHhm whi ate the mixtnre fer n Rev wIll Ref fe g y te4rnbQrltnd y S i unda i andevery I nmcnh rtham V I I ern mal lic l Icunt 1l 1 f ii bedtime- ph S d1 jew lresb e liKing S The dam has been completed practically and there has been some water gathering in the lake during the showers of the past few days powerhouse has been completed also and the machinery is being and will soon be placed Pipe lines for the water have been brought to court square and with open weather the construction work for both light and water will be rushed along Miss Susan Elizabeth Small and Mr Owen Rice were married at Qwenslioro on Thursday Dec a6 at the home of Mrs Susan A Small mother of the bride Mr Rice wag raised here but or some years has boon in Cqlqrado where he is In mining m He has many friends who join in wishing turn a long and useful life and congratu late hm on his winning as a life partner a ycmug woman who is uni poplar fa her home oily For Ihq past three months there hm a spirited on among the members of the Cumberland Presbyterian Sundayschool as to which Hide could shqvy greatest number Q noy members each Sun fay The members of the Sunday school were chosen by two Iqaders one side being known as the blues awl the Qther the rods Both sides mude every effort each Sunday lo secure recruits and hrst then the other was in the lead But at the end of the time which was the last Sunday of the old the tables showed a slight majority for the blues Tuesday evening the members composing the red side en tertained the friendly opposing forces at the church and a fciglit ful time was hy all Social en jjtajnineut of a varied character was followed by a service of elegant refreshments O i t t T t 074 received interested vcr been ntest a tine q I J Th S W- 5k 5 I atly tle year S JJi Compact Plrflct Easy Ko 4350 HEPORT OF CONDITION FIRST NATIONAL at Greenville in the State of Kentuckyat the close of business Dec RESOURCES roans anti discounts 5144 783 80 Overdraft secured and uns 2303suU b Jlonds to secure eiretn 2500000Premiums on U S Bonds 410 00 securities etc 8000000house fur and flxt 83ooooOther teal estnio l2756oDue from National Hanks not reserve agents 1382020Duo from approved rca Checks and othor cash items 3o3 Notes of other National Hanks 250000 motional paper currency nickels and cents 43034 Lawful Money Reserve in Hank viz 2810300 Legaltender notes 500000 33 10300 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent cir culation 125000Due from U S Treasurer other than 5 cent redemption fund TOTAL 840123244 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in 83000000 1000000Undividedand taxes paid 540227 Natl Hank notes 2500000 Due to other national banks 20237 Due State lUnks and Hankers 37881 Indl deposits sub to check 223100 38 Time certificates of deposit 10031201 Certified checks 81000 Cashiers checks outstdg Reserved for taxes Total S40123244 RiMe of Itontuckr County of Mubleiibertr ha 1 John T Jr Ca hler of the abovetmuieri bunk tlo turtemiily nwenr that the nboruttttcjneiit U true to Correct AttfHt W A WicKtirrn J ED S Woon Directors KT MAKTIX SitbHcrlbed Bud sworn to before me tbU 7thJ y of Dec 1W7 E A TAYLOR Xotary Public My communion empire Feb 13 I810t Sacrifice sale of vcaUjytper is oa at Roarks oods com M the present stock nU t be during few weeks to make ropnv Cor it Typowriter paper and supplies all kinds canbe CojlPd ip 5lQckajti this ojfipe ryoLf tVI fo t j g 4o lifI1 j I of i l SANK t f I r iJ f I iI f 1 JBonds r7 r 7 t ec Specie t outsta ll J I ar to crowdedou the nex off to 4 I4I 4 5 SI sa1 5 t kcS T51 S7854 I f S5 r SnailSS I Nc yeas I Louisville Ky mo t etntraHv located and only firtt cla g Hotel in the KaVxoxvaV Offio2rs W A Wickliffe President C E Martin Vice dent John T Reynolds Jr Cashier Ed S Wood Assistant Cashier DirectorsW A Wickliffe E J Puryear R T Martin Reynolds Jr Ed S Wood C E Martin Geo W 440 ACRES OF LAND FOR SALE We have an improved farm of 440 acres with 10 room res idence good stock barn 40x40 two tobacco barns good tenant house and all necessary outbuildings plenty of water from springs well and Will sell as a whole or divide to suit purchaser Will make easy terms if desired of timber and no mineral rights have been sold or optioned JOAB GQODALvL AND SISTERSCISNEY KY Li V El ia tI j Tt1t nt1UCi I iPr si J T Y f o t J fet f f1 J Jfr r r a1 c reO rI 1r S S 5 k4tIT1e Mn airti e th pric 5 Sr w YrC5 5 t- bThk 1ac I S 5 I i MartinS r- 55 J F p i 5- S 5S I a Long distance lines and telephone Qf this Company enablo you to talk aJmQ ianywhere In Southern Indiana Souther Illinois Kentucky Tennoss e Mississippi artd Louisiana We can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with the people bf thi great section of the country sollaityour Rates reason able Equipments and facUlties unsur passed 4CUKPUKATUU 4 Vie Stroig Swift r Accrati I Standard Visible Enables tho operator to see every word as written without raising carriage saving time and trouble Possesses every uptodate feature The 20th century success use by U S Government 157 railroads and largest mercantile houses in many countries Handsome booklet free TUB OLIVER TYPEWRITER CO 10M09 Lake St ChIcago CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO ttS k In 0 Of h WriterS SA ur l 1 LCLANO HUME T DWEB1XreawaMt r CAtDWFLt tcii t1eal Mv 4 L i- LjJir M1TS i IpW tiff Furniture Ws llp per Shades Moldings I vi Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Spbes Wrapper Slippers VaUlts PisinfectiotROARK 4 fjt 7 n j JJ V 11j r 0 c c tL FC oJy 1f j rt p I h tti y1i 1 V r Y tif i j t Grave h DRIVES IT INTO HIDING Vast Amount cf Property Es Taxation 3rnnoeslblc to Force Mn to Assess Some Kftfa of Property Under the Present System It wai Tcd thin undor the old sys t in a KITH deal of property In the r re of ncncy bonds stocks inert M Kci and other evidences i c txlit escaped taxnUon It was C t by rigid system of assess ai 1 Iruurctton a greater amount olc of property could i t to ligt greatly Increasing w tf the s m Lfti swccoedcil In brlns i of tills Kind of iTjycrty it Is still an enormous tT It tLt escapes taxation property tax It shoulJ l deems that the same fall on all classes of property I c a than llrln In almost- a t vr i In tae state is the owner of a ut note f r 1000 on which 6 per t VM coinly had state tax would he OIT M In tuoft of them It would be brtwcn 230 and 3 Mnmfestly n Rjrn will bo wry invrilllu to give In i T taxation a piece of property that V tarn G IJCT coat only when by s rrv ortfni It he condemns himself t avln to rlv up neatly half the lustre teat that Property to tie tar orjlccior Perjury r Canflscatlon rut the greater rait of property of Hilt cass does net pay as much ns C par or it A vast amount cf thIs prop erty h H IT the pTha is na half of propeity held In t r3t for 1 13 benefit of widows and crtldr n who nr j mt a le to tarn ro sy but depend for tfcV won the income frin jvf li t hiM l n let them bv Mal a 1 rtlur tm l wMci TU1 h7vy Jvrtd la n hoii4 a d tM Ron ral casa of f II n oib frori It rtMs 5s t mor the normal os a rno ho any whcrj Men ral property n that Is why tan tr 3 f s aes are coming so to don mc t In Kmtic ho of the tax en this clasa ofpoii vty arc onormous la Septem Vr t9 n only 1130000 of bonds rny Sl JISTi of a occ H crpora Tons nut only l3onsa7 of hank rotfts v5s given In fur taxation al tKii h He banks and trust companies rf state contained In that year fSn iiOjOOO of ilpoalts At the same tf d htf assrssrs were able to fl d caly V07oJ2 cf money outside the lants qr a total of about 1S30003 o ipocny Tjat there should have bcnu tir ly aout 9 000000 of deposits ii tie banks of the entire state o Ktoucky in the most damning proof rf the supreme economic folly of our fiystrV ch Value cf Real Estate Vo i ay mark the secondary effect ofVa jlbllev In the valuation of real cst t It capital and accompa pnsp rlty to enhance real es 9flsjfl real estate valuation was 160 per capita la 10 before our now constitution vWi4he present tax system went into the valuation increased to 203 I rr capita Ii 1909 after eight years cf t i w tax system It had In c asHl to 209 an increase of only IS lr canlta Tim total assessed In 1S90 Just before the lon It had Increased to yJHU ungw the stew tax fystem It in l oey ti 2D3 per caplta aa Inocdkas than IS per capita In IS ytrar Undo oHr od consttutlon with nil I I0rp4Kf6otioud there was some Intl iv n ta localities in the cncour agaiiic it ol Industries The new con Jl tcttft adopted In 1S91 abolished Cof tala but did allow munlc pall U ipo give flvo years exam tl i to now manufacturing concerns put ting tils of the conslitqtton IitD effect was not passed Tho docada then from 1SSO to 1S90 illiMttaUs ths progress possible under the old liberal system the decide froniilSOO to illustrates the result of li narrow policy of they noW con sUtulibh before partial exemption be canto etfectve and the years HOT Trlt cw th roiioy of urosenent Mark then Poni 1SSO tbl330 P policy of eacosrsgemGGt the ca IU caiploycd la anufscturlns inE n tacj7 Iacr a3fil 742 per ctz FVo i 1S30 to 150 with all eacoura iwcoat vlihlrAwn bad heavy taxes Impost te capital JavexteJ In maaufnaurcs Inr only SO 4 per cent Abojit I9M t hi fiveyears exemptions land horn granted In ninny cities and tjwiaj aad from 1930 to 1903 the cap ital invtftid 1st manufactures ia Ken tudry Jacrcascd C74 per cent ca ing I puttnot S r i t 0 b bate i t e It at o toj I ofFt If JI 1 I r U ItS HIS t 4 the ILlI slier ht t r i J tot 1 1 ttt s of n I tbrrt n to ftflX Ill h hl tJr11rtI nf tie itcvr r tin 1 fIr 7 to dot I r 41 9fI 2 0 i i t f 1 n je the lu 1SSO rtft t1 Prom 1990 to with 14 until 1S9S WOO sine of Vie t o re it l 0 0 I 4 i t JI r s z c tit c I rICa bred at S I state a I t tin c k1tttahtlatzitn 1 r ecai poerty I rutgit titan end d cit suit ryeT Carte I t S i t tis c g w E eat t iris ku n a asSr pot ste1i c state wa3 2126 1n nwooast t3Ca It106 t are tt ofhas b inc The act- S dame t result 1tsral- S en lc and 3r nSi 5 t 5 i t 1 1 bI a ire a I PROPER FEEDING i Irotttlnrnt Hrccilpr niter III on an Iniiiortniit Mnttcr K It Thompson the noted Barrel Rock brooder In the tollable Poultry Journal 1 have found the lest way to pet the most eggs troth laying hens Is to have plenty of Utter In the pens either or loaves and to scatter the dry feed Into It to make theta work Wheat cracked corn and clipped oats the tune Unit we fitl horses are the best dry grains fur me Those grains I feed In this way every day morning truth ul bt At noon It Is It good plan to throw n handful or two of food to keep the hens exercising more J2vory day or alternate day I substitute ti mush for the morning dry teal Thin Is made of hominy or corunion I wheat bran ground oats white wheat middlings and boot scntp nil sciUiltHl with milk or water told uiixitl so the mash wlllcnunble Twice a week a little powderetl charcoal Is put lu the mash Tills charcoal Is and has been for twentylive years a fa vorite co milt loner with mo I value the white Hour middlings as they keep the bowels In line condition laying hens must he well fed but must be mule to work KO as tint to got too tat I feed cockerels wheat whole corn Instead of cruckoJ corn and the same mash OOCH fur thorn once every diy ot two In each of my breeding pens Is ti pint cup fastened high enough up BO the cockerel can cut at any time but at the right distance from the floor KO the hens cannot roach It Ilnrer Pnnllry Chntier M K lloycr perhaps the greatest authority In the Ililted States on tarian poultry keeping tins the follow lug In the Western Poultry Journal Whoa there Is a lack of egg produc Lion It Is scarcely ever attributed to the management although it la due to HOIUO condition that comes be cause of th management The lien that produces 120 eggs a year will pay tier way and should be entertained royally ou the farm To knr xv what a hen Is doing Is n requisite to Improvement When It Is known that n hen produces from fit teen to thirty pounds of eggs In a year It means that site must be fell so rs to assist her in doing so She should have tfcp reel that contains the of the egg lu their most avail i able form Well cared for hens should give ati x The bejjmiml In the brew I vlugs and thblu the In Stun and abdomen atilt the eggs la the nest I 1C Fetch says utility must not be forgotten Xo breed that falls In pray Heal points can ling stand well In pop Ulnrlty And the practical points are Crept productiveness In egs even colored even pimped generous nlzed eggs and the greatest possible Increase of weight for food ron Mined ft A reasonable to suppDae that an egg n goal layer h more likely produce a goal layer than an cgp from a poor layer Scaly leg Is a parnaltlo disease caused by scab mite which breeds be neath the scales of the fours logs Mix with kerosene coal oil nil it will take up of crude naphthalene flakes These Hakes can be obtained by your through any manufacturing chem ist lit the country at a moderate cost per pound Place the uaphtualeac leer osene olutlou In a pall or quart cup of convenient depth and dip the birds legs Into it ns far as the hock Joint be lug careful not to let It go above tin hock Joint a lt will blister If It the soft lleshy parts Repeat this dally until the fowls legs have been dipped three times then wash the fowls legs hot soap and water removing all scales which come away readily If the legs still remain scaly dip them In the solution every other tiny n week Thorough treatment will result In a complete cure To IlrraV Up Broody The best plan to break up brood is to take them the first night they are uncovered on the nest or n3 soon after as possible and confine them In a slut bottom coop for a few days If the bottom of the coop N so arranged Unit the slats are about two Indies apart nod about two Inches wide the teen xvlll not be able to find a place to sit and will be obliged to roost It is seldom necessary to keep l bird in such n coop longer than four or five days If she Is persistent and fwlsts on going back on the iiest titter you Unto returned her to the flock put her Lck In the slat bottom coop for a rev days more The Flrat Molt A dTck usually volts Its chick fath ers when it Is from three and vOachalf to sIx mouths old It being a Very grad cal process lu puttln on ilia adult plumage If birds are hnfchcd In Iftb ruary or early March if fell hoaxlly oa nitrogenous fuou3 usually havs ti ffoajplsts their adult plaisas la Cctobar or otrly Xoes her wU tbosa i tw latcdwith seldom have their adult mot un til the fdllc U Pror r xc tiiitijh very iml UtEven la tLo f catlicr It la l to Icjvo the oviltWp deer or a at lasa lil hour 41 ii Tb tlikkeas t ayfresh air and certainly should lu o some over thy The boy i u every utUl clement 71 II lJr1tf Ji c tnt the I to for lie Q l t beat fowls 1 rIt 1 tfJ lour says straw scratch- Ing generally kin Iof 1ag s it h er f1 at sQiite ley flesh can frog ScIT Lear druggist touches with liens bens comfortable Fowls ll molt thw tamer oser Itt earl e will et t1labutldlm alub c r CARE OFTHE BREEDERS tliry JJiint ICcpt In rood Condi tloit nt lLli hciiHou of Year I At this of the yrnr too stitch I luipoftaneo enmot be attached to the care uf the liTwdhiff stoiU If our IfiXudurx aw In poor comliilou wo nniitt expect our chicks to bo weak anti lack In In vitality says n writer la luc to srul Poultry Journal Maiy breed ers wonder why they lose w inuiy chicle every year They glee the the best uf coil Mini Coin anti still they lo e lur o numbers Put often UIOKO same persons neglect the old blnls from which they raise their dilcks If pomlblc nt this jiine of year it Is n good ilnn to have birds ou n gram ranjo TUe 1 irger tbe iauge the bettor It will b for birds ErgH from birds en fee rnngc are always more fertile than from birds In ynrda llut tonic of us cannot rive our bird Thou bent tiling we can do Is to as nvarly as irosslbl give our jrartTcd birds the conditions they would have f they wore on a free range Most poultrymcn know wont tuew con ditlous green food merit scraps bone etc 1 make a practice of feetliux my male birds one It day separate from he hciiH I have found this plan keeps these bhu8 In better condition than they would otlierwlc Iw- Tlio lions too should IM woll ciiuuot produce ftron lintcbnliK eggs If ticy are thin nud lmi ry Nei titer can they If they arc over fat A happy medium should b obtained be tween thee two extrouios The bioedlug tock should not be wept hi the saute ynrd or pen with th young stock If the young Block N given free mugc as It should bo then the oU birds should ho confined In this many breeders make a mistake They allow thc young tutu birds to run together much to the disadvantage of the younger and weaker I have found that best results win be obtained by mating a male bird to six or eight hens and not over ton hens at the most Tills applies to4Mrds In con finement If they have five range fit teen fcrnalas are not too many for one vigorous mate A Simple mood Coop brool coop h rtnvKU Illustrated trans tlosiziiM VI tor D due lay of Taylors 1iUX itiiti It l ua ororJiimrily slmpla affair and cm be 1 I tIt I I t1 icks I I the the fad Tile old ores I made or nUuoct oi mill tcrt r tics freer itto are The aztX IQe of itlttide tlzafu ai t al waged to slide in and out so that at ii lit the brood may have plenty o jilr ami Htlll be protected from animals During the day when this wire cover ed frame la slid to one side the hen kept confined by the wooden slats while the little chicks nutty run and forth In and out at will Kill the WcakHntai One thing oftan overlookeJ but a source of loss Is the coddling or hold tug over of chicks lacking vigor of delaying for any cause da slroy at once nil chicks which are crip plel or weakly If sick enjiecially tlis should doae The great danger In the fact that they may later he over ix kcl nUll bred from Kate Tby ton ilarr In Poultry Success Wo must rced for health anti vitality by rltrld iolcctiou It may seem cruel to say burn the dead baby chicks but It is the bust way Many cats are taught to kill the chicks by allowing the dead ones nounu ai1 If they teeny and the old fowls sat them It may cause serious Illness lu fact this Is the cause of Umber neck Cull out often and whip the number of our flock may lu seine ases be much decimated yet we find It pays Weak hers so often met is the result of disorder of tbj kidneys tine to u course of feeding with an unsuitable Hot Give the chicks n rather iurw allowance of melt or some other matter mind some milk to drink also some porridge made of middlings iauJ milk All their diet should be lilglily uom hjng and such ns cut be easily digested It Is also advisable to koap them on a bed of dry chaff And If they are In a brooder to keep down the temperature to just below 00 de green Dp yot Crowd the Chick Da not put too chicks la a brooder 50 and UK will do but 0 hi bwt Too ouch or too little seat rnd hour food and not even U ftotxlse the melts of Is At U co dtoz cf eucZ tat wa sast d r0 5 to rreour cUi i with tie aid c brcxxlort TIvo cM way iattij too slow to odiuvs roui fiabiy flail I buck b r I I man r r owe resent s rtI T l 1 C J tj h Y L 1 t t 1 It oJ t ir t 1 itJii l r to1P tJy I r Instead lie says Weak Leg animal Bet veen sort trot Oa w arc ry- yirr Ojed s a 1elr nt L c r Ct l tuc MY YY Yr r y- j I NEW In GREENVILLE Photograph baiIery I AFTER JUNE 12 we be prepared to make Photo graphs any size from a quarter cab inet to an 8x10 and will carry a line work in Crayon Pastel Oil end Water Colors and Praame of ail sizes We will also carry the Edison Phonographs and the latest productions in the Edison Records We earnestly solicit your patronage Our location is up stairs in Court Rov opposite the New Court House Be sure to give is a our work our motto Good Pictures Right Prices and Orders Promptly Respectfully RICHARDSON McDONALD ofenlarged andexamine Remember Fill d t LJ J dill auzwaTea VERMIN guaP k CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH GO I The L ROARK ESTATE fireenville Fine Lan of Funcrnl and Durlnt Goode Champion oj ieldOhio T ttt 6 1 j rs t rrwti t air At tF tn 5llrlaew C tip Ann t t illse Scctin 9 The BAKER VAULT carried In stock by- i abies J Chemical C Sok Makers Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere in Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with tho people of this great suction of the country Wo solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur 1fCOKlOK4TDD CAUDWEJL LELANO HUME T D WES TO BE OF VALUE MUST BE USEFUL education obtainable Hundreds of graduates in permanent positions owe their success to a course LOCKYEARS BUSINESS COLLEGE We teach thoroughly and practically Bookkeeping Penmanship Business Arithmetic Spelling Commercial Law Banking Typewriting Business Board Vrite for catalogue Address LOGKYEARS BUSINESS COLLEGE EVANSVILLE IND OR HOPKINSVILLE KY Cures Cholera InfaniumD- iarrhoea Dysentery and the i Bowel Troubles of Children Any Aids Digestion Regulates the Bowels Slrensh CM the Child end MAfeS Costs Br l Brsgigst cr 1 to 1 1 KOFFEIT D St Hcsor2 Ste Xs jxa texgsrt iai covs tJjoAsa arc c yojr c j5 io 3j X Js i o c aso pc wi3c r T y srvo iivd v7cJLJx cowjcar2ces Gossaos tao dffsjea u ttwcurttors oatefin tQ tAM J r t L Abu iuess education can be used every day and is therefore the PatronageCheap lo DRoMOFFTTS oft f wn ps HS lt811 J 1Ca Ufo J VJ over tbll1 CIJ rfj a V APR Special Prices RoarKs i Jf t ilJ 10 1 oIi t Jt f c Genl Mgr creaetar ins e I U nom ltd rid f JJLJ at I have 372 acres of land and a 4 room frame house in Luzerne which I wish to sell Luzerne is a mining town on tjtif TTCThfti road one mile from Greenville th county seat Said land runs right up to the Railroad in front of the depot Twelve acres of the land are cleared up and the balance in timber Jhe cleared land is good and is underlaid with coal Well and cistern at the house Will sell at a bargain and give reasonable time on half of the purchase money For further particulars call on or acfc dress a N LONG Powderly KyV t NOTICE i 7t ct8 Jiff beautiful t t7 lb rf fl E t i r 4 f1 tr IAj G 4 fcutrts The J L Roark Estate furniture dealers and undertakers has added to its equij ment in the undertaking department a Francis Engraving Machine as illustrated This machine is one of the very few in the State and goes to show the progressive spirit of the minagement in providing equipment generally considered necessary only In the larger cities With this machine the firm will now be able to sspply ndlvidually engraved casket rcme plates instead of the stamped stock patterns usually employed And while the city undertakers make a charge of 5 for such plates the people of this county will receive them absolutely without extra cost regardless of tc character of outfit purchased The machine has been in the show window of the firm for some days and its beauty and the perfect wqrk it does have been admired by hundreds of people Articles of every character can b engraved in much better manner than usually done by hand This machine adds to the most complete undertaking establishment In this territory The firm has the only practicing licensed in the county a fine funeral car largest stocks of coffin caskets robes wrappers slippers etc complete equipment for sanitary work and disinfection To provide the best in every branch is the study of the management and the generous appreciation shown by the public his caused still deeper determination on the part of the concern to give constantly improving service and on the most favorable basis With this ia view other features will be added from time to time as they appear The Francis is fitted with all attachments for engraving articles of any character andU the mechanical perfection of the machine appeals to all The public Is given a special invitation to call at any time and see the machine iEugrttbtug flad1u yilr i1 j 4 constant t f re f embalmer t and neaterg f I Easy Compact Perisct Strong Accurate Swift r I Standard Visible Writer Enable the operator to sec every word as written vithput raisip- gcarrhgcts3iag time and troabte Possesses every feature The 20th century success In use by U S Government 157 railroads sn4 largest nsrca ilt houses in many countries Handsome booklet free THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER CO 10T109 Lake St Cllca O 1 r 1 i 1fY t tj up to date i