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1 l I I I S con t1tis York lN5TRUCTt E JifiI t l ilG I c r cctillishI I 1cf JoE Jlm TO IIf UiEP NOLlSlrrC I TURCK BAKER ditor I and C f 11 f ns l h rpt rc AGENTS Typenitcr r T a Denirls O glue rl i n1 I7- r J t Cci lb RAY LA b1tc Hamc East Malncros Jo f o vary repaired dog t 1 STREET Green isle a EhILIs POI F and have him to cleanaa press them Satisfaction ar teed WQrk dole for pq 4d apd- died c atefor w- ClluCfet G y n r t ht r- t3Chla tijtti UGC ant 5 ilYe meats limcstuncus used 1 use and ci icu 1 contrasts C permanent BCd 1tv 1Y tt 0 1 JOSEBITINE t WjIL AtglYe t tuattgt f Busines- sMan lisp Send ribbon Y 4 i atOtb U r VOL X NO 48 GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY MMJARY 50c PER YEAR IN ADVANCEr 15 1909 Readings About Lincoln The Public library is a g od of pnpular interest When any subject is brought to attention special reasnns the inquiries at the library desk tell of the general desire fur futhcr information Now it is Abraham Lincoln Since the of the preliminary plans for the celebration of his cen tenary the applications for books about him have increased surpris ingly One of the attendants credited with the statement that the demand for biographies of Lincoln and other wnrks dealing with his life his writings and his speeches has been unprecedcnt Old and young foreign and native born are an interest that never has been shown where any other American of prominence has been concerned Long unused volumns are sought eagerly Duplicate for cer tam books arc of frequent occur rence Nothing could be more encourag ing It is evident that the citizens of Chicago will be ready ciate the utterances of the promin nent men who arc to address them in the coming week of celebration The of all of bruary gatherings in churches schools clubrooms and society with Lincoln as the subject of thought she that the interest is widespreadPublic arc good Hut an enlightened populace is bet ter He did something He something in American history To have this and appreciate ed by thousands ia a splendid thing That the foreign born are seeking instruction is significant But their constant Inquiry about the men and and measures which have played f in the making of America has ceasedtobe a novelty It is one of the mosthopeful indications XlQrquppb stopped 11120 rain iVeSrwth Pr group Rem dy One test alo will surely prqye No vomiting no distress A safe and plcasingsyrup SDC Sold by all dealers Mills is litHe InstitfittoHS w When thd owners of thc Square Garden in New York nounccdreccntly that they could no longer afford to hold the unprofitable property the people of the city sud denly began to ask themselves what they should do without It The building covers a whole block and its amphiteatcrvill accommo teen thousand persons It is the scene of the horse and dog shows the automobile and sports mans exhibitions bicycle races and the circus Great political ings are also held in it as the most capacious auditorium in the city If the garden should be torn down New York would have no adequate hall forsuch gathering and exhibi tions t would also lose the tower which was suggested by the bell tower of the Seville Cathedral and Is one of the most beautiful turfs in America An attempt is making to prevent the demolition of the building Every important city needs such a large gathering place The of Washington are making for such a hall in that city The national capital has no adequate meetingplace for big con and no room suitable for the inaugural hall Chicago with characteristic en terprise has maintained its big hall long time Denver built one for the National Democrat ic convention St Paul has built such a hall by public subscription Othercities are similarly equipped for with the increased facilities of travel exhibitions and conventions attract people from so wide an area that a hall large enough for all de mends fitly years has become inadequate today But land is so expensive in the parse cities and the price of building material is so high that the big modern Tialls seldom pay expenses Their benefit to the community at ilarge is greater than to their owners They are really public instil Utons per year barometer announcement U exhibiting to ap ire sort iii bUs 4 means apart Jl SIr 1JfWO 1tti6u tI t r f ely hoop r cc d t I j on ant r t t ii J t b sin ss mn e dons for a 19 ago h r t1r it soc iI l I requests announcements r recd nI ed con sctsdhwi iatu llcopl t 4 s a this truth z r F r alt 1 tr date meet strut arrangements stYcar I r rtie Recnrn t s 1 Ij Trial Marriages in Iissli It will be that the first suggestion of temporary con tract marriages or marriage ex pressly limited to tenyear terms came the bold radical and die ciple of the comic spirit George Meredith Some of his admirers were shocked while others regard ed the idea as at least semihumor uus in conception and intended Hut the writers of short stur ies saw possibilities artistically speaking in it and two or three at tempted to depict the misery the injustice the cruel that trial marriages or limited renewable unions would entail Later an American woman an educator and student ot sociology in an elaborate text hook on the family threw out the hint that in the future pne solution for the evil hasty Illconsidered unions and equally hasty divorces may be sought in trial marriages That hint raised a veritable storm of crit icism and censure Now curioiijfly enough It Is at a national congress of Russian wo men the first of the kind ever held ill the czars empire that experi mental marriages are seriously pro posed and defended Several it is reported by cable that the union for life is often immoral and the cause of deceit sin ahd unhappiness that ex perimental marriages should be tried the interest of moralily tnc true home the welfare of society It is scarcely surprising to learn that opponents of the were not lacking rather is it surprising Q hear delegate really and bclicycs in trial m3rfiages as an improvement from the high social ethical point of view on the perpetual union However Russia is prpverblally a land of strange extreme radi jl ism and fanatical conservatism of 4 j i tikure UarbansOT of nltri1 Russia has Nietzsche cults decadent and sup man j mcnts in life and ieitcti atlerlv her best thinkers baye conplaincd that the defeat of the revolution has been fallowed by intellectual and literary chaos Bargain Offer Ore lay Only Jaiaary 31 Wtt Hundreds of our take a city daily paper as wcll as ours in order to keep fully abreast of the news of the world There is no better daily paper at any price to be bad in the State of Kentucky than Louisville Daily Hearld It is a clean family sheet no objectionable advertising of any kind tb be published- It has the finest local news of any daily paper in the State It has the Associated Press news of the world it has amusing pictures from its own car toonist every day splendid half tone pictures showing local and world and a fearless editor ial page always fair and interesting even those who differ politically with the editorial opinion The regular price of the Daily Herald is 3 a year by mail By a special arrangement we are able to make thcwondcjful offer of The Daily Herald and The Record both one year for 275 If subscription is received at our office not later than January 30 1909 Positively no subscription will be accepted at less than the regular price if in envelope post marked later than January 30 Send U S or express money order bank raft currency in registered letter Subscriptions to either paper may be new or renewal and will date one year from January 30 1909 or one year from the date at which present subscriptions expire All subscriptions must be sent to The Record office There is no Quinine nothing what ever harsh or sickening in Preventicsv These little Candy Cold Cure Tablets act as by magic A few hours and your threatening Cold is broken Candylike in taste Preventics please the children and they break the fev erishness always And least of all is the economy A large box 48 Pre ventics 25 cents your druggist Heknows Sold by all dealers tc tt n of n in U idea t the on earncstl con tr ifF i d StiJn I had moye readers The or j L As jiii 1ti i remembered from effect misunderstandings r delegates argued and utThiiiFadaa fie ante Srbscri tier allowing service telegraphic events received Th Companion for 1969 The amount of good reading given to subscribers to The Youths Com pinion during the year indicated the following summary uf contents for 1909 50 Star Articles Contributed by Men and Women of Wide Distinction in Public Life in Literature in Science in1 Dusi ness in a Score of Professions 250 Capital Stories IiicludingSix Serial Stories Stories Stories of Adventure Character Heroism 1000 UptoDale Notes On Current Events Recent Discov cries in the World of Science and t Nature Important Matters in Poli ticts and Government One MSuutc Stories Inimitable Domestic Sketches Alt ecdotes Bits of Humor and Select ed Miscellany The Weeckly Health Article the Weekly Womans Arti cle Timely Editorials eta A full Announcement of the new volume will be sent with sample copies of the paper to any on request The new subscriber for 1909 who at once sends for the new volume adding 50 cents for extra possage if he lives in Can ada will receive free the remain ing issues for 1908 including the Double Holiday Numbers also The Companions new Calendar for 1909 In Grandmothers Garden lithographed in 13 colors The Youths Companion 144 Berkeley Street Boston Mass The lev Irl 1 licks Alnanac For 1909 ready Nov 15 1908 best Sent QUi beaitjful covers in colors fine portrait of Prof Hicks fox colors the old features and several new ones in the book The best astronomical year bpok andtthe only containing the original Weather Fbrccast3i B oh alnmnacs in quantities Agents wanted WORD WO KS Pun Co 2201 Locust Street St Louis Mo livery citizen it In himself fellows nnJ to Prof Hicks to possess the Hicks fore casts the only reliable Disinfecting has been done by Roark all over the county from near and far are answered promptly The charges are reason able Stomach Is but a oLnnd not lUjlf n tru dlsrase Vo think of Dyspopila Heartburn Indffe Mon n rwil yet they ro lyinptniiu only of a curtulu gpcclflc Nerve trnth rlvIt War thlg tact that tint correctly Dr Phoon flr Gotaft dlnot ucn lasting arrOKitMishincnu wezv or r Imn breath and ttMnvr complexion try Dr ann sw fur Dr SHoops RestorativeALL YOUNGMEN WANTED to better salaries and do more work If aiSle to write and ambitious to succeed we can qualify you for a position as me chanical electrical steam civil or mining engineer architect etc etc Write at once statingppsition want ed INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS Box 799 Scranton Pa You can secure the very best in job printing at this office Best sta tionery newest rites of type Roark is a liberal iiipply of 1909 calendars If you will call at the store you may ob tam one and everybody is invited DE KALBILL KANSAS CITY MO Old papers for sale atthis office b bOO address t 75 aft qnr SIv J 4 net ttI QUI M D tohis u andcalls Indigestion and lotIn crtlltion that now very popular omnrlt Shoo H to the stomach alone Um 1I1t1j1 withoutto For blllolW OUr cheerfully earn readand l and promptservice i C sYawn Humorous ever all due Hicks l 35onnews stands 3oc aJ s K i tlr the Sl 1i tffhl tnl m i its owes the nt flan y narvc bu u t sbad Itc tnml oTabk congenial distributing REYOLVI tt3 stanttIRWarn ron Paic s clpl t Na a FOR COUGHS KING OF CURES THE WONDER WORKERI IFOR THROATI j I mJMfi Poultry xt c W SeriousI- tis a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the ono given you For this reason we urge you in buying to be catcful to get the gecutee the reputation of this old relia ble medicine for constipation in digestion and liver trouble ia firm It does not imitats other medicines It is better than others or it would not be the liver powder with a cafe than all others combined Fen oeI ftN for JIIIIfIK C I HOWAlD CO wrong Liver MedicIne favorite l er toWN n eo EXPERIENCE tir- trdis saetLg Rri Mr w- LtNNsK SM alb XiMt c ir f a BLACK DRAUGhT YVLiw YEARS C ItTiUrl 11rili iI1 imihntjlr ti l Co lion trlcty on Patent mutt rectlTt Scientific A T nrett cit cnlatiou of nnr ol ntJUo journal 1 cans 3 OS F St WBahlcston D X KILL TNI COUCH CURE THE Dr Kings New Discovery ALL THROAT AND LUNfTlMHIHES OR BXJUXDXD This is oa ot the gcnpte Laxative w i ta- to rcnoov that CMf f 4 Ja In TAtE THE RFC0RD 59c M OIItQNOofIIyI1Ta dta eteh our aq lIt MID tent troe o J JI rita 1 fir tour 1 c01lIe lora h k AID WITH FOR D8 AN SATIUA0 OaY T Ifeverybox eiM 4 I j as and quickly other n abneytaken hhntu e a Lu by 3etsre4w1r o or alto L Foe gUU1WTEXD xoN a P 1 I id f i it1A Jt S Muhlenberg rJrich in coal iron timber potters etc and the most inviting field in JI1 forinv cst c t ofrap itaI and plucks t1iitj1iI t v w county is clay Kentucky rS yet DR KIN S J 1 ii t v FOR t AKD LUNGSl rl yr i FOR COUGHS AND COLDS PREVENTS PNEUMONIA I had the most debttittting cough a mortal was ever dieted with and mj frkafe expected tittI left my bed It would surely bs for grave Our Otter pronounced my cass Incurable but b to God four bottles of Kings New Discoyary cured me so completely that I am ail wun f and well MRS EVA UNCAPHER Ind Puce 60s and 100 ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED Trial Bitili Fin SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY tarv s i WiUiams OrwsxSsts i s IE DISCOVERY j 1whet th Dr oJ I r II J t ti r Ira 4 If you lire sick dont worry but begin afconce to make yourself To do this we but repeat the words of thousands of other from womanly CU say r H Will Help Yoii For 50 this wonderful female remedy has They wanted tp pirate but I took Cardtu arid it made me feel a I am still this wonderful medicine with increasing AT ALL 0Btra STORES i1 t Dont WVory well inc U 1 P J 11 1 I J I v t1 th ilI j twith the lldn Woman usIng 5 surfe ers lye c- ed Aa earn been bfu tin aiei of en Its Je Mer rick twfrlai trouble and doctor I t R 5 3teatrta The J L Roark Estate furniture dealers and undertakers has to its equii the undertaking department Fricis Engraving Machine as This machine Is one of the very few in the State and goes to show the profrefiye spirit of the management In providing equipmeat generally considered seceMaty in the larger cities With this machine the firm will now be able te supply J ndividually engraved casket same plates instead of the stawpei stock patterns usually employed And while the city undertakers wake a charge of 5 for sash plates the people of this county will receive theta absolutely without extra rest egardless of the character of outfit purchased The machine has been in the show window of the firm for some days and its beauty and the perfect work it does f admired by hundreds of people Articles of every character engraved In much better manner than usually dene by hand This machine adds to the most complete undertaking establishment Ia this territory The firm has the only practicing licensed embalmer in the county a fine fuaeral car largest stocks of coffins caskets robes wrappers slippers etc complete equipment sanitary disinfection To provide the best in every branch is the stint study of the management nnd the generous appreciation shown by the public has caused still deeper and greater determination on the part of the concern to constantly improving service and on the most favorable basis With this ia view other features will bd added from time to time as they appear Ftancis is fitted with all attachments for engraving articlM of any character gad the mechanical perfection of the machine appeals to all The public is given a special invitation to call at any time and the machine BR MOPHSTTO DlarrhMt Dyicntery sad the Bowel Troubles of Children cf Any JZjje Aids Dljzttien Regutafw fhz Bo vtljStren fch M t e Child and MAKES i Costs Oily 25c at Druggists or mai 25S ta C J aiOFEHT M D St Ladle Ki Mother HesKato no IoK erf Svc ths itcmltlt H fyour child as thousands have Bono gIving Is easily given counteracts over comes Mo cfTccts cf summers upon tvctA vcA tfrMb I lriur in a cLionly f I unbeen can be or work nd give I The i j feelllera I I 1 j iI tt tmIN POi r1 EASra I but and I these pow and tlfo c o l-I Eitrattiiiigw added t f t meat illustrated Y t t can r r sate I17ls tiawNtrllil y YICru9 a rc s end heat k Ail Independent Newspaper runusnca TiittrstMTx KT RECORD PRESS OUIEV L toUR Secretary OK tigx RQAKK EDITOR LongQl3tGttcs TzpkCKa Ko 72 onto n new Q iii t r jl t ro K TURMS Tht HiibhtfripUou of the bit in a lTnn AIM when the time tj vrhi o It l he impel ivlU be Mopped OanU of thank iHi nnrv notions etc If uqt lAArrr tr i Ultra r IU brrteMuhcd free A cb rxf of ftf per UIIM will ho mn fur sncoecd N vmlaUonof thln rule j jor ynf wunplft nyen will be inailr- dAtertiew i4a will br Umrtcd A rate card AtMwsH B8 MHmkUintlatM sad toakc nil re mlttMu ft pupable to JlHCcrO PRJU1S THURSDAY JANUARY M llf Ky potofllce an mutter ANNOUNCEMENTS c nrr nulht to liuiociic- WAWltn C K1MMKL i nHUni f 9tMrllT of MnhlvnlKrff cauntjr K tj ct lo the Litlon of the Republican party run nnnur cpi KT rUMS err autirucl to announce C S CURD n rRHiiWniofcrrf ltotloift tojUOBnibc of GJrrtr f the U hti i rtf CJi nil i t aolijcot to bp acituo of tlvr ncjmlllpnu iurj wn t OCVTT cotmrOuinK V r H UH rit J UtqnMiHtiee F II LBWJ6- iv r piiUi for io lott8 to the offlc of Counts Court RUb jeer to to gf the Ut mWIion party Wnr n U ori Ml H YORK R ctuwlnUte fur reeioeilon W the office Of Jul r sHltfe i to the action of BapnUtoaii has its rebuke to President It Is to laugh ry latent earthquake vic ntin IRKS ncKT ROOSK T hasljuBt a few v cks pt his term but he is rnaktng It quite jr unsound teeth cause people to commit crlmq as somebody claims to discovered A good dentist is a public benefactor in spite of his bills hft the North had 3 Of the tuhs 93 werenegros and 7 were GniCACO had 3 6 fires in 24 hours la e k won weather caus ed furnaces arid fled t limit That ss one duoethe ttwnporaiure but proved A vkAlJtH in second hand fixtures and Atfpjjlies in Chicago that he tax for sale ioco carloads of saloon ftxt iri p nt aiiy piiccx named by the purchas er TIs indicates march of the prohibition movement in the north where thousands of saloons have becn put out of commission the last yehr T n I N railroad claims to 5be the Banner dry line of the couniras between Cincinnati and j vrtjj ganss a distance of rooo huUs th re are onlj tbrce places C ivingtnn Louisville and Nashville where whisky can be bought It gjimcthintj for railroads to use thju a n feature to attract trav eier who arc uiuisred safety com foifand freedom from rowdyism FIic ancestors tf Linccln Tyvogenealocists one American andthe otter English have com plied The Ancestry of Abraham Lincoln which professes to trace itTe faroi y back for ten generations Vatdto f jllow Lincolns English an cestfy generations further back thap it has ever been carried Perhaps the work was worth do lug although we doubt U Lincoln would have been greatly impressed by it He mani interest as hIs antcceleus t In a little biography written with his Band for Jessie Yir Fell in 1859 Lincoln said his parents were uriditi iguiahed perhaps I should say second families his mother coming of a family of the name of John Locke ScriPps went to him in 1860 for materials for a campaign life Lincoln replied it is a great piece of folly to attempt to make anything j df inbor iny ltat It ini4oondenscd in a single seg i L ba tirr il Oran Uu1I L Lj 111 50 erR IS PfRT R iiNCf ad paid halt Utll to IU on A I G E Jdah fI r rill I J 11M i1 o J e oOtlebfrteat awn me istLUtt to tile I CifHGI ass 1 TIU J rim aIc r t iI man E c 1 1 1 1tcti fit hing6 in yliJlJ h U SnlC largest 10n South had t 1 ioI rM i J zero to be J expettahe 1 which i the or j h iJ jj rJI tfr gT t m A J X U I I1 Ai before U j J 1 fe t Jf a I 0 1 111 8 Scripps J I i 1 ittJ i II I 2ervrr r nvr ww x arYrtJti reedent tow iM i s ply panyr le pay has lag belitt ttM M irque t Ky l- ter at for aevo tN Innnt Ire t xI t tIerk ai annonure Let party sent r s nnineta merry t have r a t istarther t9a3The s vt y tchttL ate t stoves the Way veryw Ys will be s w t ra l p ittr l S T i4 r four r 1 1 himself never r very hceu tot s f own y Hanks When rA h y r out alit w- 1r Y r r g toP nee old call j trace and that sentence you will hnd in lilegt The snort pact simple of the tour Thins my lift and thats all you or any one jse can make of i he also uummuniouled curtain in formation to Scripps which was not to be used at this time and which was never used or alluded Scripps regarded it as wholly dewinl and left no memornnUum of it among his jipcra Lincoln howovci once cxjircsscd the opinion to Herndon that hw ability came to him tliruugh tm mother and through hii a theory which foople who knev fhoma LincolnTsecm to have had no difficulty in accepting Various biographers have under taken to give Lincoln an imposing family tree tracing a relationship between the Rockinglmm county Lincoln and the Pennsylvania and Massachusetts Lincolns and much of a not overstriking simi larity of baptismal names the actual facts may be no genealogical researches will ever Abraham Lincoln or account for his trunscent Genus Like Na ppleon he was his own ancestors Tax Notice All persons who have not beet advertised and who have not paid their taxes will save the cast of gar levies commissions etc settling at once The new law compells me to collect in lull before I can give bond for another year While I regret very much to put you to this extra cost I will be com pelted to rfo to save myself Kespeotfully s J A SHAVER Sheriff Sensation at Galveston At his concert at Galveston Tex as Mr Perry played hjs Uullade of Last Island a composition which was suggested by the description of the destruction of Last Island a famous watering place in the Gulf Hcarn for Harpers magazine and entitled Chita or the Legend of Last island At the close of Mr Perrys per formance quite a sensation was era ated by a member of the audience rushing up onto in great excil mnrt t and insisting upon how the cf several victims o the disaster whom he had rescued en graved upon it This person an nounced he had been cruising in the Gulf bujt was safe in harbor at time of the cyclone and went out with his yacht the morning after the catastrophe and picked up several unfortunates who had been stajiiig at the summer hotel on the island and who had survived the night by clinging on floating doors tables and the like In gratitude for their preservation they presented him with the rcpsater He was vastly surprised and delighted that his own adventure had found a setting in lit erasure and music and the incident gave quite realistic touch to that number of the program Mr Perry will play his Ballade of Last Island n his recital at LaMeade Opera House here on the night of Feb 19 You can eat anything your stomach craves without fear of a case of or Dyspepsia or that your food will ferment or on your stomach if you will occasionally take a little Diapepsin after eating Your meals will taste good and anything you eat will be digested nothing cart ferment or turn Ito acid or poison or siomqch gas which causes Belching Dizziness a feeling of tallness after eating Nau sea Indigestion like a lump of lead in stomach Biliousness Heart burn Water brash Pain in stomach and intestines or other symptoms i Headaches from the stomach are absolutely unknown where this effec remedy is used Diapepsinjre Idly does all the work of a healthy stpmach lp digests your me ls when f ach triangulc will digest all the foot you ran eat and leave nothing to ferment or sour Get large 50 qpnt pase of Papes- Diapepsin from your druggist and start taking today and by tomorrow you will actually brag about your healthy strong Stomach you then can eat anything and everything you want without the slightest dis comfort or misery and every par tide of impurity and Gas that is in your stomach and intestines is going to be carried away without the use of laxatives or any other assistance If you the best gan tie had at this office r lit to- making Whatever explain II ill hc ib o I t thestage I Tr 6 1I1 names th the EldS indigestion i sour I your Stomach ant A for I I I I Gras t Huila cool father hoof ltr4fgGSt10g eve want job printinbr w i F Sentence Scnnons j Anstcrjty it thief is no evidence uf honesty Sitting still is always the must trying situation in life When love lies it is better than when hatred tells all the truth loc hasn language the deaf can hear and the dumb can speak The best evidence of a hungry soul is us hunger lor work to do ISvery man buy the riches of eipeijence with his own coin No man can own any more than hi gait carry in his own heart No man can take iniquity into his creed and keep it out of his character No prayer meeting is long enough that docs not reach to the market place The things you really stand for arc revealed to those you run after There never is room at the top for the map who thinks it was built only fur one The who hasnt the vigor to be vicious usually prides himself on nis virtues The welfare of the world may de pend partly Qn whether you can thistle ia the rain Most users of sarcasm think more of its sound than of the niGht render Some of the virtues of our friends grow out of the graves where we hue buried their faults Too many when they attempt to leave their sins make the mistake of holding farewell meetings Our example when we are on pa fade hasno influence at all compar ed to the effect of our everyday liv YOU far haY6 a right to your own sorrows but you have no right to throw their shadows another way When a a distinction Between his creed and his conduct he will discover a breach between his aspirations and his heaven Commissioners Sales Muhlenberg Circuit Court Kentucky IN EQUITY By lrtno ofa jnilguient anil order of Abl of- tboMUbletb nr circuit court rrntlercti nt the thereof 1008r In the nlx yc CHUBB for iv rtlVJslon of the propecdit nUll ISO75 T prv l the Court llou o Door In Urecnvllle to the highest bUWpr nt PUBLIC AUCTION on Jlonduy the 2Ath riot of January 1909 at 1 oclock p mM or thercnbuntn Ming County Corirt day upon n credit of Mix mouthy the following rte ppupeity tu wlti- All the con Iron naphalt oil gas lhy uud other mluerala la null under the sitrfnc of the geld nut of land hereinafter described rlRht to mine name Avertuln tnivt or of laud ltunted In luhlenbirt County Kentucky Went Olshtbn and known tin the Bptucr old i Inoo and bound pp us follown Hy Vincent fc K ui the North aide by the widow NUIICV Vlucent and Barney WllkiiH ou the hkitith uud on t by F M Biotrnln on the Vent and Junior Whltmrr ou thr NovUiweat and to contain ttfty tire or slstj ucrett For the purchase prloc tile purcinscr proved Htirwty or isrcurltle inuht execute bond bearing Intercut from the day of xnle until paid uhd having top force and effeel of a Judjj meiit Bidders will be prepared to comply ylth thee tcrinn W Oates M C Slogans Sewing Machine runs any lasts longer any other is more beautiful than any other has less vibration any other is easier to operate than any other jnakes a more perfect ptitcK Ulan any outer it the best of all bided in one FREE SEWING MACHINE CO CHICAGO ILLINOIS T SI MORGAN SON Agts Wallpaper at 5 cents per roll and in combinations of sidewaUs border and ceiling at Roarks preservativeS I must d man it in makes t h ht iI M t t TJf limule 1 septemhctr thll for K lurJultll the 1m reel Robert the Suuth IlIh lip 8 l ga1 JfjS FREE than other fREE than E j J EE J 1tJ FREE I rJffRIEE PRE com I w service tnfi area 1a441r et daat Turin eonta Usreiq to uQpr axle N riled then aPIroyal li b1 than t tip 3 j If your Stomach Heart or try at least a few dos es Dr Shoops Restorative In five gg ten days only the result will surjprise you A few cents will cover tlreQost And here is why help comes Dr Shoop drug nor stimulate the Heart oi Kidncys Dr Shoops Re storativje gocs directly to the weak and failing nerves Each organ has its nerve When these nf6s fail the depending or gnus mtfstTiif necessity falter This plain y vital truth clearlv tells why Restorative is so univcrsa0 successful Its success is leading 0 g sts everywhere to give it universal preference A test win surely t n5 Sold by all dealers paper supplies rib bons all office rW L It Kidneys ar weak f quickly doe ntrth Stomach own Qontrolhng oops croC kindsat this 4 e t- d Y only s IJr dl ft pet tr tlr r Secure a Free Scholarsfcip Now All persons who contemplate en tering the Western Kentucky State intendent and make application at once provided they have not al ready done so Appointments may be made at any time to enter Cat alogue furnished upon application Write H H Cherry resident State Normal School Howling Green Ky Disinfecting has been done by oyer the county and calls from near and far are answered promptly The charges are Put aircushion tops on your typewriter keys Roark has them call and see what you are missing by not using them scholarship Roarkall r reasonable NOTICE To Farmers of Muhlenberg and Adjoining Counties Those who have pledged their tobacco to the Plant ers Protective Association Dark Tobacco are hereby notified that we the undersigned committee have con tracted with B Tunsill of Greenville Ky and B B Butler of Elkton Ky both of whom are good respons ible and experienced men in handling tobacco to handle the according to the contract of the Association They have leased the factory of Martin Puryear lo cated on Main Street Greenville Ky and will begin receiving tobacco Jan 11 1W9 All tobacco must be tied in small neat hands and classed well in both length and colony and to be delivered in good keeping order Please observe this rule as it is to your interest Ample room secured for all the tobacco brought in BIMWtll UnojiiL fr i T A L TAYLOR S V W WALKER E B DUKES JAS Commititi THE CELEBRATED J 11 t W D po rw RT t 1 t t iII JACKSONi Jr r kh 1 J J 0 tobacco y tiS i RINCESScomplete with water front and heating apparatus for bath room if desired M MORGAN SONT The BEST Fire Insurance gar ctwntry building CAB kye is a Cortright Metal Shingle Roof It cannot burn It cannot leak It never needs repairs and makes the handsomest long lived roof on the market Insurance Companic recognize its advantages and etc to quote lower prices where it is uscd Drop inand them DEXTER CO Agents 4 that glad see 6 I j i II r rFz r y s r=+ = Ww r iasatt CONDENSED STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE AT CLOSE OF IUSINESS DEC 31st IW8 RESOURCES loansend Discounts Expense House and Lot and Fixtures Eonda Cash on hand and due from Banks LIABILITIES CapitAl Stock Paid Up Deposits Surplus and Profits 23878112 370916 503691118 830838746 vjt233di6 96 13 7050 30838746 I Thos Sumner Cashier of the above named Dank do solemnly swear that above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief THOS E SUMNER Subscribed sworn to before me this the sth vday of January 1909 F H LEWIS Clerk v BjrH Ranges Rangeo r Stoves HEATING STOVESof every description prices and quality to suit We are practical tin Hers We do not work for nothing but we do our work rijht The Wise Furnace for Wise People Pfiorie 149 Estimates BROWN THE TINNER CO INCOKPORAJJKD Central City twill find ih ih iiifis in music in out storey among Crown Pianos which have been described recently in a series ofarticles in The Delineator as the perfect pianos These articles in booklet form at v V this store free Ask for a copy oc TM MORGAN 5tf SON tGreenville Ky 1909 I9O9 THE YEAR OF GREAT PROSPERITY J d l f 1f i t t ldl1rltb 1g trnuttty 4 r 5 1tt1tJ1 t rf iirrrnfiiltc rututkJ JirUE i vUU hU h uhuuuUu C2 SSS oo l r uu haGioooi u un 1 Undivided I E C LEWIS D C r3L j 7ti J f rr J Mo CLEM Kent ky tA 1 you est II 1 It of t diYr J e r rr 5 5 7 w i 1 a atit Y qg77 F I t f d Cashier and s paten ee y f VV VVV VVVVVV VV VV VVVYVV V V V VVVVVWWVVV VV rio j xZ e L t ctrl ay READI FREfc1909 Edition 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Jay tond tiirenpth auO connic are with Cjbbmbs rwys cash for hides Good mornings Isv your coal holding put Mr Marvin Wells spent a few days in Cincinnati and Covingtpn this week Call on ofliis 1909 calendars y IV V A V v Court crowds will gpn frpm day t tb lay jas1 weather cpi Iilpns grow i v more IAV ra le loeKcold snSTSB den jwri 1 prns being out companies reyrcscifled by jtiV likely that will furnish one or two sjyfectatqrs of the Taftnnauguration llioys have been getting some skat ing A few duckings added to the interest of the sport f f is specially prepared to do disinfecting subject to call anywlicre hVre has been enough variety in Ifi wcather this week to make it an intwesting topic of conversation JNiisies Anriie and Mantle Hay relurhed from a visit of ni- riiontlrto relJilives in Bonham Tex l or J auyig of all kinds call Rnf fuspentiis Telephone No 189 Sudden arid extreme changes of Aieither conditions have produced inuclT sickness all over the county and cases arc serjous RVark still has 1909 calendars for alKatidwni be gfad to have you callijifryou have riot becnsupphed v Kead the city ordinances publish edipthis issue of JIus paper There a1rcpmc important provisions enacted for the benefit of the public liss Genevieve Hpyes left the fisjg week for a visit of some relativTBs and friends in llouisvillej Indianapolis anil Utica jh Greenville Mrs A f ip annje Mjirtin who has the holidays at hpme has returned to the Cincinnati Con- setvaVoy of to resume her ir work at Umr li jtjt on Lld lIe It I 1116 run pm toea ltOb f I or 1 1U t t W Iud j J tt lt J tt RoarkfQr one t 1 I A I r 1 It ft the J rV Rark II ire itl f i Roark ands fhaY I 1j i many II a of fish and jn all times at J E Coornbs i y e J pr Re t for fr fR pl evm 4 be l n t H L of jho J 1 p i I 4 IIFuUon 4 c t nftcrwnrhu Iubs I a thee 0 I F betterlocal emand for coal many 1rotcyburprojcrtbymnurhig i 4 F l S 0 q 3 S 4 q SF 0 0 1ii1r S Ss slo3sters celery I stbJkaF eoc oc8 4 4 the q iUeJjaril L4 terms write b MP 0 Musk I S tuaiSMrssFIel3 Will ik all kind5 5 G lIestreet It- 0 4 1 Q5- 5 r- S S 5FS k02 S Snow sleet ice and near zero weather have dispelled the idea that we are to have no winter People arc not so anxious now heavy freeze and an ice season as we have an adequate supply of better ice from our plant Take advantage of the special on tho Louisville Daily Herald and Tliq Rttoord both one year for The smallest crowd ever known here at the Opening of circuit court was recorded Monday Weather was bud and nobody come except those who had business See R C McCrackcn if you want concrete work of any kind Mr Andrew Reed of Palo Pinto Texas who has in the county for some weeks on a visit to was here with old friends Tuesday on route to Texas Get typewriter supplies of all kinds at this qificc Two inches of snow which fell Monday night furnished fine sled ding for the small folks and some people who had sleighs have been uslpg this means of transportation Beef hides wanted and best cash prices paid b J E Coombs Co frnveling afoot was rather risky Monday as the ground was covered with a skim of ice that demanded the greatest care There were sev eral falls but nobody was seriously Wcather forecasters all sorts of information and we are having all kindsttf webthfer It will probably be necessary to for the groundhog to find out just what we may expect Jl Jt l Ir Qhasr W Roack islocal rep resentatiye of some of ihe best fire insurance companies and will ap prcciate your business which will jccared for promptly and in the very best manner School children are still on vaca tfetf thelrdippl teing kcRts closed lu nrst of the weekjor C ncinnnti where he will take in the Conserva of Mr Wells has splendid natural talent and his many friends hope he will have the greatest success C COMPANY want a cat of poultry by Jan 16th For prices call or H HHavijand manager One of our leading citizens who has fallen from the water wagon ear ly its voyage says it was all be cause of the cold weather and the unprotected top which he occupied He a cover and enclosed sides fbrihe vehicle Besides 90 large cups from each 250 package of Dr Shopps Health CxjTIee I now put in a 25c clever silvered NoDriii Coffee Cpupon Look for it The satisfac lion of Hcalth Coffee is besides most perfect Made only from pure toasted cereals malt nuts etc Sold by C M Howard Co There is considerable interest be ing aroused In the appearance of Edward Baxter Perry who will give a lecturerecital at the opera house on Feb 19 Mr Perry is the foremost pianists of America and is pleasingly remembered by many people who heard him here dozen years ago JLf its books magazines etc get them from this v Quite a number of our people are arranging to attend the centennial anniversary of Abraham Lincoln and the dedication of the home and national park near Hodgenville on the 12th of February President Roosevelt and many other notables will be present and all parts of the country will be represented TkJri IJert fludspeth has the position of bookccpcr for the Ip cal warehouse of the Planters Pro tective Association and will a valuable man for that concern He is spending the week at the Elktan warehouse where heisbc ccnHDvDflsar ivith the methods emplojteB r off r been T nregivi gout N w e tIZIt 01 Jrl lJ p1ithcri1thie ftreti eve 0l3 t- In i lli1 il1r UQyJ Jtp rJ i voi culture t JEAN oil suggests Strainer one of a 7Iti i ePt prove fort 75 relatives J feeranc1 points In t atiU- r3 Mr Rby Wells let Music F telephone office- SSS ae L 0 Mr Landis Writes of Our Creamery The following letter from Mr S Louisville in its issue last week Mr Landis handles these promoters without gloves but says he has stuck to facts article should be read carefully Editor Inland Farmer In your Dec 26 I notice article quoted from Cincinnati Packer Look out for Promoters Canning Factory Promoters the article has reference to and it is a center shot Now I think for the benefit of the readers of the Inland Farmer its should write an article in regard to the Promoters which arc as slick a set of citizens as could be found in any penitentiary in the United States There was a pair of Creamery Promoter sent here by a creamery builders association of Chicago about eighteen months ago The of the pair Mr B the tail man a Mr M Mr BY was an Indiana Campbcllitc preacher At that time water was scarce in Indiana and he come down m this country to preach upon the subject of milk and converts through the milk route to the tune of 5000 for a little Sxio creamery which a lot of gas pipes tin cups a separator and a few other things to make jt look like business Mr B had a map strung up against the wall with a lot of straight lines with the words in large letters AND IF your cow gives 20 pounds of milk a day And if you 2c a pound for your butter just see how much money that one cow wiHbc making for ARE SLEEPING And if she tests 20 per cent you will make from thconc cow alone profit of one dollar per day Well he went on in that strain for an hour until he got things hot and when he saw the iron was hot enough to weld he taking names of those who wanted hundred dollar share And mind you they had a Lightning Rod Contract for you to sign When your name was down all the waters the earth could not wash it away ME B preached that water washedv fv v s s vas not enough you i nartic trpmjhat cbiitra soon as the all secure Mr B arid Mr M shot out of the country like a greased streak of lightning and have never been heard from since and never will be so far as that is concerned by the citizens of Mihl county Ky Finally the man to put Up the building was sent by the Chicago concern He had dyspepsia but B and Mr could digest the horns of a Texas steer In a short time the building was ready for the tin pans and things and another Ulan was pent with maker so they got things to gether subsidized pipes and made things look fine And then the Vice President of the Building Association the most polite man you ever saw but he would smoke five cent cigars struck town came down to the creamery and complimented everything in sight The machinery was started up at a lively rate All the milk we had for that run was ten or fifteen so when they run that through the 525 separator and got all the cream out of it they could which was about a quart they put that in a bottle and the Vice President took it up tp the hotel and he and a few of the stockholders used it in the coffee for thqir dinners We run Xwo months shipped our butter to Louisville and it was first class where it brought from 19 to per pound In two months got in debt 475 sold the thing out and if I could sell the creamery part boiler engine and a hundred worth of added fixtures for 800 would think I was doing well The fixtures cost us over 4000 All promoter schemes should be by every farm paper in the world for the benefit of innocent people SAMUEL J LANUIS Greenville Ky Dec 28 1908 Notice to File ClaiMs All persons having claims against Nannie W Roark andM J Roark Deceased are to present same properly proven on or before Feby i 1909 to S C Eaves Greenville Ky for adjustment R N ROAKK Admr Real estate matters are somewhat quiet now but local property is continually advancing in pricp published The IS- sue It editor Cr amery headman I understand concluded- to make consisted- of get fat you VH E you anet pretty commenced ct it t f fl enberg abutter th th g l- Ions arc dollars exposed e notifi d i4i t i j- i IL 1 va Just ts papers ere made J CIRCUIT COURt 1 The Winter Term of Muhlen berg Circuit Court Convenes Monday and will Cnst Three WeeKs The winter term of Mujileriberg Circuit Court is in session opening Monday afternoon The i ket is an average one and will lijcejy con sume the full time allowed three weeks Judge W P Sandidgc is on the bench and is sustaining his reputation for carrying ters along at a rapid pace R Y Thomas is representing the Commonwealth and thiS last appearance here in the capacity of district attorney as heriwjjl on the 4th of March qualify ajiVCon grcssman from this the Thitd Ken tucky district The grand jury was empanelled at once and after being in structions by the judgej retired to their room and immediatelY began their work Many witnesses are summoned to appear before the body and it is generally predicted that a large batch of indictments1 will be returned as a result of their i investigations The attendance has been light owing to widespread over the county and ts on account of the extreme weather Following will be found list of the juries GRAND JURY C P Morton Ingram T Patten W M Xisney A M Fenfress B F Hill II Hancock Peter Stbttzj J H Colc man I T Stroud A J Drowning Bayless Hope f PETIT JURY s Ed Frost J A W R HayespM E Gardner D J Gish Amos Wright M T Can R Mayhugh DCrumbakerL H1 Campbell Elmo Martin A Robinson W L Parkam F E Sadler G W Reed G Vf Short J B Langley H Brbcndine C H Hamilton J H A ill R W Depoyster P S Bethel Mr S J Landis i bur fellow townstnan wrote iptt v our readers Therc rsmoie of thik kind of publicity needed Farmers as a class are suspiciousof all they know and are slow to any encouragement to plans mentioned by neighbors and friends At the same time they will jump at any scheme promoted by a well dressed oilytongued stranger The story as told by Mr Landis is interesting one Get a set of pneumatic rubber tops for your typewriter keys Greatest aid to operation of any machine Roark has and you are asked tb call for a look Grocers and meat men have had more orders since the Bolder weath Dr H Bray haspiiic sdthe Martin residence the D Martin It a veil bouse conveniently will be occupied as a home by the doctor and his wife Another victim of a reso Iqtion has confessed fe eclares be was getting along til this week when the sleet cbvcring the earth and made slidingso good that he backslid He if going to try it again but will start the journey on the first of tthetyear Mr and Mrs W HSfiard and son Mr Morton Bard Jeft Tuesday afternoon for San Rosa N M near which place they expect to lo cate if conditions arCHsatisfactory as to health and industriaLactivity After a location has been selected Mr Bard will return hen for the remaining members CfjSufamily The tender harmless lunghealing mountaTnous shrub give to Dr Shoops Cough Remedy its marvelous curativcj properties Tight tickling or distressing cough quickly yield to the Healing action of this splendid Dr Shoops Cough Remedy And it is so safe and good for child ren as well Containing no opium chloroform or other harmful drugs mothers should in safety always Dr Shoops If ctr remedies are offered toll them NTI Bf your own judge Sold by aTl dealers 1 cour mat Hon his yen f co lore n njJames P Clark V V V cfNtIlay pr moter notlofiiTmt tIa1 ltdf1 O S h ru le line be give r give th in Itt J Methodist church is 1tranged rlocatedand broken fin tel not R leaves prescription ltr ifi IIi t- wibe extremely sickness F J letterb oithe fard ew ere and-S should atteitt1oy persons a- very er opeEdgar soothing demand This illustrates our eightpillar Funeral Car being built on special order for us by The Sayers Scovill Co Cincinnati Ohio The Car will be ready for delivery a few weeks The finish will be French silver gray THE J L ROARK ESTATE 7 tei JJIn In lf 1t F4Eo j Tobacco Markets ef Kentucky and Teiaessce HOPKINSVILLE KY Jan n All branches of th local tobacco market were very active week sales of 1907 tobacco by Planters Protective Association being good sales were i n hogsheads all being last years tobacco Sales have the past three weeks and soon the balance of 1907 crop amounting to 1600 hogsheads will be disposed of The association has reduced the price of lugs from 7 to 550 and and at this price they are expected to move quickly The deal for about 7500 hogsheads of lugs which has been on fur arid pending which lugs have been held off the market the district is said to be off and this tobacco has now been put on sale again The first sales of 1908 crop were those on the loose floor During the week near 100000 pounds were sold nl good prices Trash lugs 325 to 465 common lu s 4 75 to 5 50 good lugs 6 to 6 50 common leaf 6 to 750 medium leaf to 9 50 good leaf jj io to 1225 No fine leaf offered Receipts of loose tobacco at the 1lanter Protective Association and Society of Equity prizing houses heavy Jhe ten markets adilHobafio iitncrall being 190 jtobaccu ar l itmutiitiBw roT JTjray ihogsheads There is now 14000 hogsheads of 1907 left on hand in the entire district and it is believed that this will soon be disposed of CLARKSVILLE TENN Jan n Our receipts last week were sixteen hogsheads The deliveries of loose tobacco were full the early part of the week but since the they have ceased Since the lower prices have been established the market has been active and the Planters Protective Association sold last week about 500 hogsheads mainly lugs to the French Spanish American Snuff Company and oth er buyers The unsold stock is rapidly reduced The planters who sold early in the season got the cream of the sales A loose tobacco warehouse has been opened at Hopkinsville and the sales seem satisfactory to the planters So far no loose house has been opened here We quote Low lugs 550 to 600 common lugs 600 to 650 medium lugs 6 50 to 700 good lugs 7oo to low leaf 700 to 3ooj common leaf 850 to 900 medium leaf 950 to 1050 good leaf 1100 to 1200 fine leaf 12 50 to Choice selections none offering Ruf us Dennis solicits hauling of at reasonable rates i Mr Chas Martin has been here on businesss this week yule on businesFarsfthis week Turkey Kens per lb lie Turkey Youn Tom per ID lOc Turkey Old Tpm per lb 8c Hen and Pwlleti pet lb 7 c young and old 3c Also Highest Market Price for Eggs Hides Furs c JEAN COMPANY i Days grow longer by minutes only but they begin to make a showing Fresh and cured meats at Coombs I last 6 sometime allover 8 wer the rop codwave 750 1350 all anitiives prompt car of Earl s rrMr C M Mia Louis POULT Y TED We ar pay giS f CQC C P H H now d l r increased Sales for of1 onl about being kink ttid ice fg1lows fate HAVJLAND Mgr CITY ORDINANCES An Ordinance regulating the con struction of Streets and Sidewalks in the City of Greenville and pro viding for the office of Superin tendent of Streets The City Council of the City of Greenville do ordain as follows I That from and after the pas sage and approval of this ordinance it shall be unlawful fur any person or persons firm or orporation to build or construct any sidewalks or other like improvements In the City of Greenville without having first filed application for and received the City Council a permit for the construction of said improve shall state the character extent and location of the said improvements and shall be accompanied by contracts signed by both the and contractor and upon the filing of said application proprly made it shall be the duty of the City CounciKto authorize the City Clerk to issue the saidpermit for which may charge a of 75 cents 2 The City Council is hereby authorized and empowered to point a competent Superintendent of Strcets whose shall be to supervise the building and construc tion sidewalks and like im rovemrnt hereafter bUll oi rou suuctcrt i ntLitv 91 ure iv iie- He shall have power to cause said improvements to be made to the specifications grade lines and regulations governing the con struction of said improvements and shall cause all laws ordinances and regulations of the City pertaining to the streets and sidewalks to be with 3 For hi services the said Superintelid nt of Streets shall be allowed the sum of 200 per day each day he is actually engaged in said work said to be paid by said City it said as much as 700 square feet of sidewalk per day and paid by said contractor if he builds less than 700 square feet of side waft per day Upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Streets and if it shall be satisfied the City Council may revoke the permit of any per son firm or corporation violating the provisions of this ordinance and any person firm corporation so violating shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon convic tion shall be hued in any sum not to exceed 5 00 Adopted Jan 4 1909 J W LAM L ROARK Clerk An Ordinance amending Sec 12 Article x t ordinances of the City ot The City Council of the City of Greenville do ordain as follows That Section 12 of Article xr of the ordinances of the city of Green ville be amended to read as follows Any person who shall profanely curse or swear or shall be drunk within the city limts shall be fined one dollar or each oftense if said in the he police he may instant ly without further proof inflict the penalty Adopted Jai 4 1 03 J W LAatMaVor U ROARK Clerk Club Meeting Saturday The Muhlenberg County Farmers Club will meet in the Count Judges office Saturday Jan 16 at i p m All members and others interested arc urged to attend J G BARKUEY Sec You cannot keep friendships by Keeping your friends m hot water fr m men ts Saidapplication 0 ncr e fee I t s fall complied or sum contractor tobe ORIEN ofthe Greenville off nse e c mmtted Judge Q tEN Far s f f I tap according said con- strIctS Mayor- presences Horse Tiief Captured Here Marshals Pittman and Tinslevy a ded to their laurels by capturing Roy Shanks here last Sunday night Shanks is charged with stealing a horse at Madiscnville aijdwascar ried there Monday by Marshal ley and lodged in jiil To the of ficers Shanks acknowledged his Ideh tity and guilt and also volunteered the information hat he was a de from the regular army The arresting officers will thus secure two rewards for the arrest if the charges are proven Modern Vopdmen of Anerica will meet in stated session Jan 19 1909 Work in dndfdegrec Visiting nejKHburs C S Curd Consul J H Piituun Clerk YflMiif AcciJ atally Shot Miss Roxy Liiftoon a daughteriqf Mr Buck Laffoon was shot In iher head while standing in the yard of her aunt Mrs PT OBryan at Madisonville Monday afternoon I is not known how the injury was in flicteil asj he girl was alone heard any of a firea n being discharged Ju is suppus ll to have been a stray bullet from a rifle nn Viiil never regained xonscibusness little hope is held wil Vovr uii has Uii relatives and friends Shake ia i Irttle is the time when the doctor gets busy and the patent manufacturers reap the harvest un less great care is taken to dress warmly nd keep the feet d This is the advice of an old etnineutau thority who says that Rheumatism Kidney trouble weather is here and also tells what Jlo do in case of an attack Get from any good prescription pharmacy onehalf ounce Fluid Kx tract ounce Cdm spoonful after meals and at bedtiitie Just try this simple home made mixture at the first sign of Rheuma tism or if your or you feel that the kidneys are not acting just right This is said to bcasplen did kidney regulator anti almost cor tain remedy for all forms of Rhaur matism which is caused hjr uric v acid in the blood which the kidn ys fail to filter out Any one tan easily prepare this at home and at small Druggists this town and vicinity when shown stated that thiy can either supply these in f grcdients or if our readers prefer they will compound the mixture foi them v Mr J W Lam and Dr JWKoantz arc in Louisville attending the annual meeting of the board of directors of the Citizens Life Insur ance Co There are several new cases of scarier fever among children cases are in moderate form the tie patients getting along well and in some instances the disease has manifested itself very lightly Ci tS t 0 fi It fr ftJ 1 fjl1 rIi ti I f c 11 1i 1l J I I J r i 7 fr tfi fW till tII p1 lt IfI f f t f 1 v AIone t 0 frI a but one ben itwho fired the shot The girl n l V tnt sYm Jr Ot i htcW g1 vrWhere the VICt1 liainiany i ft t f1 1 r o 1 1 r I f JI t lDardelioh one Iitt4 pound Krgon CoAl tpound Syrup Sarsaparilla Mix i shaking In a bottle and take a backaches F cost N 4 theprescription iJ t 0 I 010 Ii rlit S 11 I SEr5 send p t nnitel r P Y d s ainreport has httit that she re lhe a greg cit1 crt SSSA4IST fr5r Now Sljmedicine- J and r T threenuiices by S- S4ttea j F t S SS I S SSl all in mind that RoarI splendid selcclicns of Ihas f Bear wallpaper stock ready for deliv cry and sample books of the finest papers made which can be procure id v on short notice after You may have a to nnrse sorrow for yourself but you have no right to let its sliatlbw full on others in II selectionS right t RQARK Fxirniture Wallpaper Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wttwppery Slippers GwSve Yaxilts Disinfeetion ROARr ii d U u u f0t A A ri-I 4- S 4Iac T t 4 J FARMER AND PLANTEa FALL AND WINTER PLOWING The Ground Is In Better Condition and the Teams Aro Stronger When crops aro all gathered in till fall and is mug for wlccr then Is Ute tlmo wo ihlnX to tho work of preparing for years corn crop on heavy oly soIU I know the polht Is nude l v eonu that land plovotl tho wfniei loses much of Its fertility Bprlnff but In practice found this to bo the ca ca our Inwl Anjwny we have onnu UiRt n w broken decfly during tho winter wI produce for us a hotter crop of nor than the tame ct laal vil left unbroken nntl about plucthjj tliao Then there aro so many n lvn tnso of the early breaking oer tho lad plowing lIme Is not sach an cb ci and we can tcko our tints for tin work breaking tho land doepfr an In narrower furrows the team If hard and strong from llwlr yoar Work the weather Is coo and th horsos are so easily IcJartJ e can have time to r movo tho ob tru tlons In the fluids rocka stuava ttt nut the greatest advnnias to on is that ths rough Joiwe Ian will take care of povofal tuits tin water during the winter that an un broken soil will allowing 5t to jioac trate Vhe subsoil and bo held then fr the nee of the coming iuatPR of rushing away tn ausrucnt the date done by the nlr ficwls crcr 01 Ejection And so we Star he rlov r opportunity as snon as t early winter rains han r U in so the soil may Ihlroltr deeply with the losit orient t torso flesh Keep right at it e day the wlnturl wheu th1 coif Is not BO wet that the J ins will cauab it to bake And we have found too that ou bt worked darlns tho win better than would be allow ble later in the season Then it wt iavo excessive rains during iho rprinr jmd the land runs together haUIy th crossbreaking of IhU osry jUowe land may bo dono with much icsa In bor than Is necessary to freshly unmj tke same amount of land Tlite ioln ri brought quite forcSUlyv tojiur TI W B very dry here and lanil ha ot been broken during the was almost impossible to ilow In a proper manner while our winter plowed fields breaking up mal right along Another advantage cf winter plow ing Is that thousands of destructive worms and Insects are Killed by th freezing of the freshplowed land ana this eame freezing tends to break u the top part of the furrows Then In tha spring this loess land when tho cross ilcwJnj Is dune k deposited In the bottom cf the furrov And the under sdo of th slice brought to the ton where thqy may bo broken finely the liarrovo 6v that when the laud Is Cu plant roots wilt have a wclli ulvorlzui toll to feed in to the very bottom at the furrow This condition not oul tends to free the jlanl tool tlr oil but allows fcr brttor caiitlar work whereby the subsoil molsiur is more readily brought to the ciivifa for USD of tlit rlnuts wlien tlroutl threatens their full davclopatent This is a greet aa vantage we of thr have in being able to carry or car work during the entire year la Mead of having it till crowjol Into six or ncvon months aa s the north and West nrd wo fainlt on farmers stiotihl realize and at ujo this advantage more than thev rr doing So I hops farm rs wll this in mind during Ue coding win ter and when they are tempted ip ff work that can be done njinem n how they were vreseJ for time Mr past spring and bow the la ul n prepared as well as It should hay in a great ma ly Instances to in sure maximum crops because cif lacl of tlmerwhen the planting season wa at L French jive Farmer Feed Clover to Chickens I Tho coming coli days will SOlD prlve tho biddies ot ther supply green food Are you prcrared t foe clover or vegetables as a stibttltue A few bags of clover a bin of cat tl several dozen heads of tabbngo will bo wrlcpniu subs Uutos to fie grasses that have been searwl by froas Md are no lancer A fuK feed of suecnlsnt greens isspsns thr amcunt of grain rations sUimilalri egg production impcrta vlgcr It de pends altogether on the ron trynian whether his fowls aro a raying Invest nient or not A J5 to hog nedi 2D1 pounds of feed for 100 cf ran A ISO to hog needs 482 pounds of feed for 190 of gain A 250 o 300pound hog needs 511 pounds of feed for 100 ot gain These figures carry their own 1 good swine and vrOor food pork can be prcduaedvttt 3 cauls nflr pound or loos ant need not h sil C c nta per pound fctsre Is profit of 100 per oont fjn feed COt jjiaMjd Joha Mlchcis I I i U ji tit th nox lurln rorr W dIN I no they arc In hot spn W t c crp ago I SIll e ridlt1on tieo t nd try ring t na ot d r much i 8 tf 1 JnZb nh dJ wum rite y ere low and fine and the could walk I J II i b i I t 1 lit ioi south t o I tile I l iC pu W JeeR r handA rc i I to I I I o Iti1 f k t II 53 foUnt 1 2O pound WIth f 1 f JI f jf 1 J t I I a J cLvQr thing t Ii- I I a to days mInds f j 0 real i S that w S y i S k plan n k 2 7 k c A I I 2 S b 4 5 i 1S beets 5 pain tlle 0 4C I k I5et y V 2 t i 4t lc horn S IS b tiicler Sp Pro r 4j F m xefrSw S I- LAND ORCHARD Prcparatlcfn of the Soil Where trscA Wcro Planted Among the things 1 did toward Improving our farm after buying It WCB to set two acres to peach and npplo trees It hat proven to bo tho most valuable two acres on tho farm While being five miles away from any fruit market yet wo often realize R clear profit of 75 from fruit soul bosldo great benefit from fattening hogs Tho land was a loamy clay soil with heavy clay subsoil and lay a lit do sloping which Insured good drain age It was partly protcctetd on the north by Umber A ditch three feet deep and two feet wide was cut on the north Aide which cut tilt an roots run out from the Umber I proparaton a year heforo tho trees I hauled 20 two horse loads of barnyard mnnuro and broadcasted It explains this corre epondtnt of Farm and Home The land was then broken well wth two horao plow following several Inches leon With tmbsoil plow I then cut ho surface tlmoa with disk harrow and sowed two bushels of cow peas per acre They made a growth und the vinos wore allowed to remain on the In tho fall this growth was turned undor anti the land again broken and subsoilud to a depth of about 15 Inches surface harrowed well and ryo sown at tho rate of 14 bushels per acre This attained a fine growth which was cut the following spring and left to decay That spring J ought trQ58 enough to sot one acre I bought direct from a nurseryman and got trees true to name fresh and In flue condltltn I was afuld to rsk an orchard of bought from agents and too I saved almost oneLalf tho cost by buying Ilrect from the nurseryman The ireon worp planted 3Q feet apart each way which made cultivation tssy In tho fall the remaining acre was set and the tree grew oft better than those set in tho spring I used rye and crimson clover ng Q foU and win tel crop and find nothing excels them for this purpose I prefer rye to the clover as It Is more certain and less expensive I cultivate In spring un til June then sow cow peas and allow the vines to decay on the ground I wrap the bodies of tho young trees In winter to prevent rabbits from 2ftawln always using newspapers I toko the wrqpnerB qfj In tho fiprlng and whitewash with lime to prevent worms from doing Injury IMPLEMENTS FOR PRUNING its Use Will Save Much Inconvenience I and Many Scratches Jlaspborry and blackberry bushes can be safely pruned without scratch cs by using tho device shown in the FOrt rHtt baD first lour Ins bet etng sovcrrl splendid a J aol trees The Fruner accompanying Illustration It is made of piece of lxl and 3V fet in length In one end a slit Is sawed four Inches long to Insert a mower knife A vnall may bo used to hold it in place Another piece of 14x1 made two feet in length and attached to the oth er corner of tho mower knife after the ame fashion Tho other ends of the uprights are fastened to a lover as shown POISON DANGERS IN SPRAYING French Scientists Suggest ths Color ing of Arsenic Compounds French scientists while recognising tho necessity for the use of arsenic compounds in spraying have made a wise recommendation to their govern men that such materIal shall not be sold unless colored In such a manner that It can not possibly be contused with foods or condiments The buyer and the seller are to bo hold equally responsible for thIs dontxturatlon of arsenic and the Insecticides are to be sold only in packages plainly marked polffan Such a regulation would be a wise ono for this country At present it is possible to purchase white arsenic powder unlabolod which much resembles soda and ha powder Needless to say those substitute It tar either of these iQavenins powders rise no more If they ate of the fruits of their own tabors Prepars Land Ahead Land for spring planting of fruit producing vines and canes should bo prepared as far In advance oit the time of using tfs possible The WclUTIIltd Soil Soil that is thoroughly tljled Is more productive than aoll that U joorly tilled a Is who ld u 1 1 r rIr1J1L117Th Thrr l a Inm where truth In I Whtr unilprntnmVnc sways tho throng Where all unspoken love Is told And right him triumphed over wrong The prorrptln s of a heart that quailed I Tho word affection m nnt to tMI I The pmlso that died ore yet It bloom J Til stand revealed when all Is woltl The ones who left uii torn aq The errlns oncn vho Inn a Pine The rrtinhlnu of our hearts with woa At death the coffin anti tho knoll The hopes that died tho plans that failed Tho pain aufTcrlni we When we have reached tht better land i Will stand repealed anti be no morel Then we shall understand tho world Shall know our hearts and read aright The actions and the words of men Who otriiRKlo onward in the night Ah bettor Where truth In Hard Luck The fat man had the upper berth and when ho crawled out in the morn- Ing just before the Inst call for break fast in the dining car and felt around for his shoes the slim gentleman from New York was already dressing I The fat man found the shoes and pro cccding tp an empty sent sat down to pqJI Ihpm on Then he nqtlcod they were nut h18 aloe He peeked over th poa at tho slim gentleman Tho only part of his anatomy visible was the feet and they were clothed In shoes Thafa atrango mused tho fat man Then ho looked again at the feet of tho occupant of the lower berth Going up softly he tapped him on the shoulder through the curtain4 I beg pardon sip but I havent missed aaything more than my shoe M yetM THffent missed anything o far except my shoes Well HI be JIgorooed exploded tho slim man Ive got on your shoes and hero I have been frantically Jump Ing no niy clqthlng to WRke time be tore they lake off that confounded diner It Is hard lines responded the fat man but Im much obliged for warm Insr them for we The thin man grunted This Is a true story If you dont believe It como out to my houao and 111 show you tho very shoes I rescued Ht Pldnt Say The banquet tables wero filled with business men and daintily arrayed ladles Flowers docked tho white cloth and ferns gavo contrast to tho Immaculate linen The scene was one of plenty and yet con tent was not in the air At last to tho evident relief of the guests the In evitable bore had ceased speaking concluding his long drawnout with a savethoworld vehe mence that fairly made the air vi brateSeeing the final gestures a deaf but Intellectual gentleman sitting along aide a friend took a stubby pencil from his pocket and on tho corner of tho menu card wrote What did he talk about The reply came back in pencil Ho didnt Catual Comment In the winter tlmo when a woman cant worry about anything else there is the thought that maybe there wont be enough money left in the bank by spring to pay for those now fly screens The grip has been hard on grand ma this winter but just wlt until next summer whoa tho baseball BOB son opens Happiness is tlw offspring of a mans own heart A refusal to laugh IB not ft sign of pietyWhy did tho cow Jump over the moon an exchange Decauii she wanted to get OB the other side ninny I wish I could run for office of some kind thereby enabling me to appear welldressed In an 98 suit oZ hand medownsWhen great man Pisses a pretty young woman in public the young womans friends are proud of her When he kissed her behind tho door the newspapers make a great scandal ot It Moral Let this public in on a goat thing shingles Age is merely a matter of acknowledgment I have an undo 6C years young who makes me feel like an anUquarlan every time ho dropa In to visit me He his a heart of youth and the laughter of twenty Why not Some people think they havo TO llflon when IE fact all they have II t long face and a grouch king hurt I and bore I I Inn throaThon rIght hft wrongl I I I I What J 1U2 i Y 1 7 I harangue 1 ks particularly personal Yv c lj ti t r tells trlupphc4 ovee i I welI groomed gay T Furniture Moldings Wall Paper We carry on our floors and in our the largest variety of Furniture In MuhlenbergIf have what you want we will get it for you We have factory con nectiona of the finest goods in the country and through Our Special Order Dspartinsnt can supply any exclu sivo articles at less prices then city stores or mail order tots Our Picture and Room are always complete Wallpaper is now a staple article of being used all the year round And we always have full selections prices S cents and roll tOur Engraving Machine is the only one in ths part of Kentucky arid we are exclusively prepared to supply individual tfime Plates which we furnish on all outfits without extra cost UBderlalln arid embalming Coffins Jn White Enamel and Stained Varnish Casfceta in White Enamel Natural VYoidsi White Colored and Black Cloth Covered allMetallic and Copner lined airtight Cask t r lengths and regular extra apd double extra widths Steel Grave Vaults of all attcs constant ly in stock for immediate delivery Burial RObes Wrappers Suits Dresses Slippers etc in large variety Our twq licensed Embalmers rqipond at once to calls for such services Our general equipment fc complete and of highest grade We have a Funeral Car in service tub ject to call anywhere l Two Private LongDljtahcs Tele phones Day Store Ho 72 Night B me No xoS Residence 150 yards from store Prompt service any hour day or night TUR J L ROARK ESTATE ttlENLROAgX Mauler TilE IATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED KMM loaife Announces Nsw Schedule ijilnnpunces that 1 2 roun rf tfi god thirty days returning instead of 16 Patrons arc offered exceptionally good by the Monon which on night trains from Louisville operates Com partment and Drawingroom Pull as well as the usual straight sleeper The day trains have and Dining cars and the very fiqcst modern nw coaches In quiries cheerfully answered by E IT Hacon D P A Louisville Ky Eairf You Been Stuck inutr 1 tnrt Nr1ua 1 R with mnkers Mol ngstocks upper ttjrttiiiig finish all F J and Iou Trip St t Jert OlI li nd Uotro ilt 6 1wuy l St a formerly and service mans Parlor ware- rooms merchandise el9laPU9x I of Ones on a Wallpaper deal TKe man who buys without looking around is liable to be held up sharply abbve It is no goodits to grieve overlwastsd dollars as this fellow is doing after being done Come in see us last any time before you buy We may not sell you but well show you wallpaper values and enable you to save money you may purchase THE J L ROARK plallpnpcr innOcrtnhcro GREENVILLE KY to firstort wherever ESTAT- Es utntLur t I j BETWEEN LOUISVILLE CHICAGO AND THE VAST NORTHWEST Two train dally ccof t Sunday to fKCH tier AND WEST BADEN LOUISVILLE DEARBORN STATKJN CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars nlacc Drawing Room Sleepers E It UACOK IK AH IT Cor 4th awl Mnrkrt Stm Z ntevUto atJd I 1ST LINE TO California sri wS uNIO STA I P v BHE01SHSLBMBAIO NEURALGIA and KIDNEY TROUBLE S SlIPS ukca i Ida Uio blood t lUe poladuot iuattcr nCi are the direct criusea ot tjojo d esesApplied it n3i ls almost ln sual rum pail xrLUe a permanent c re Is belt offocted the blood the volsooous slAb taaee sail removing it lro the s v em DR 3 D GLAND Ot llrewtac On wi lies I I lid been iuJcierfornoaBS rry niwrtu HhcunaUru U armt Md lw u3 tried ll t j resrtli a t At 1 roaM irMi r from raodlcU work i nil ale iw K ii th aumbor oth lcl n ttatfetHid nothing IbU sr o HO reilct ot tafl from H noiHM I hall r eloUl xy MClta UJ If 3f a are mifferlvjr ttto UieunaUNeuralgia ICIdnc Toub j r nnr kin dred disease write to us futu trial bowlj st VDROJPS uid test It joartel- l5t RO S can bo cd r y of a urug lukblt as It Is entirely tree of opium cocaine Rlcclioi laudsQUtu aal otk r liMllar Inarcdlenu ClOO r lr t- SWAKIOK RHEmATIS QHRE IONVA1Y c U 80 160 Taio Btrcct CMe co In order to that we can cure of all maladies pertaining to the Liver and Kfcneys as Constipation of a bilious we will give an order on your druggist pay him for a bottle Wo sick can neglect such an offer and be fklf to himself very fact cf the offer must convince you that Br Otraw Ihtr Pw4r does as we claim We would surely not bottle Md It away If wes doubt of results You want those want to be welL way CUT OUT THIS COUPONF- or this offer may noi appear again Fill out tho bUnks and to Cs disease Is I hive never tried Dr Cattstedts Gennan Liver Powder but If you w W supply me a 25c bottle free I will take It QlYt JmU liirtai aold Which b dlssolfn lot rhlIuUaD1 ItCd Jl FRE1 wILbont acucirir 51o Yom 50 RP8cp taI JI1 J I SickHeadaches Dr ulBt taI ne resultsyou let us It our upeut show the tIIflUlt Writs COCiS 1 S r I CIJRESt 0 eicrnnll rail a ray a length lines PHS I Free MIUVER PonEk Iota you iidti Plaisl- y1f Fon SAMPLE EtFvMFo4l DCKiLLM4SA5CrTNO OOMBKLAHO TELEPHONE 4 TELEGRAPH G6 Lcny distance llnoa cinch of Company enable you to talk almost c ywhero in Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tonness e Mississippi aid Louisiana We can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with the people of that great section of tho country Ve solicit your patronago Hates reason able Equipmonts and facilities unsur t l phones th rinecnd eJuI141w S LEl D HUM D VEail 1J Uel1t Jta JJ iSCADWFL 2 I p I l LOVED ON SWIT fA AKERMA tILT TaMa V S H 60000flODIES Mii4l1atedAaisa5Ny I IJURGLAUlKOOK ORATE VAULT ftprot animals and waterproof should be omplojrecl lu evorj In aU Ue THE BIKER tboR es of the lula burru D nud A I ray is 1lEU V4tULI The BXKER VAULT carried la stock by The L ROARK ESTATE Qreenville Pine Lino of Funeral end Ourlnl Ooodc IJIlL AVe Constantly Huve ALL SIZES in Stock Officers W A Wickliffe President C E Martin Vice PresI dent John T Reynolds Jr Cashier Ed S Wood Assistant Cashier Directors W A Wickliffe E J Purycar R T aSTWooaC E Martin Gco W Mirtiii Ch6 alor Ohio Liiiiiii T htuC t Mari 1J T tnuid5 Jrt IlT F- S aVoa aITflM3St Ta I S a sawJI went ifcat IMS cawi worlds of troubLe If you have a cowgfc y 4 want to czpcrlzncat wJA it Yo want ta cure it at coce YOU take ix advice you will cure you quickly a d save yw Iota of tfferin fwii team a coMampUvA cwfWof DEANS BALSAM is the King of Coujk G f rarwhy we tell mote of it tkaa aay other kind us a sa rl ts try Large Bottle 25 ts New type in the latest faces fresh tocks of stationery and quick serv ice place this suon to command your job printing wants IF set IF Deaiia1saii icr leads to office in l L I can H grave coeisumtlon It- t Let give yen j FURSH MM and w ay ii57- q I I f0 jIt1i ItS Rb t- l I LA1tV c I Easy Compact Perfect AIR WATER VERMIN BURQLAR PROOT i Wild CUcr e We Iwdtr tebU J m 856MOr UV iMMwr MOM or COMMHOB rdKMb Rtfccvot ar B lt in LowmHe Write let weeUgr 2 fl f M fke W LWISVlLLE KY Beautify the Cwnplcxkm eHtIcG- eW sYeI ftetM7 1 Miiead lie Rcetittu N A FeathrsTa3kw 1sw are better lee yre thi SahI liu IM TEN CAYS Nadinola CREAM Ac u equaled bcautlficr M by thouMad and guaranteed t remove freckles pimpled Hvcr9f 6 1 y y 4 f tts cia in 20 days cad raster tho beauty of youth PPC 50 eBb eeL 5100 by leading dru isU or r iqwnd KAnONAtTWUrr COT I T fc VtiS Foleys Kidney Cure wakes rnd bladder right nail ij ort S IOaK rStilt Accurate tr Standard Visible Writer Enables the operator to see every word as written without raising carriage saving time and trouble Possesses every uptodate feature The 20th century success In use by U S Government 157 railroads and largest mercantile houses in many countries Handsome booklet free THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER CO 10MQ Lake St CWcat ROARK Agent for The Record Only OIl N l I soc I S 1 fi I S