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office ware ft mechanical Scranton J i e 1856 Our hellos tuiyin stationer PaPers r I ttot KINGOF THROAT AND LUNG REMEDIES TRADC MARKS DCSK2NS rr COPYmCKTC Ac Anyone sending a sketch and description may onr opinion oq free Oldest agency lor nocurmtf patent 1ntonts taken rcceiVa tftelrt noU wlihcmc chnmo lu tUo A IDnMr tod weekly rc n1- fMAM four months L Bold by all Tionidenler Kraaeh OIBco 25 T BU Ta C KILL THE COUGH AM CURE LUNGS Dr New Discovery AW Alt THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES OR XOKXT JIEPUKDID JlAt UOIII trlel JllWrkaM oel drUn l3 a ton I THE WITH Kings C SlOe 41 101DS Frei Utcrnhably t tgla4llleK ens atent eons n kM1ifiC Luceet sir ew York rORL Trot eNa QULRLWTKleD dATIRPLcTOR I I County i is rich in coal iron timber potters clay etc and the most inviting field in Ken tucky for investment ofcapital and pluck MubJ c6a y- M l r en err r1 4 c VOL X NO 49 GREENVILLE KY JANUARY 21 1909 50c PER YEAR IN ADVANCE CLVi uw I TiiU ku i Iisxrice fir UiMiltyei Any man who lives in Berne whether a Swiss subject or not may now insure against anemployment in the municipal bureau providing he is able to work and not above 60 years of age All that he has to do to apply to the bureau cilher direct ly or through his employer or his union for an insurance book and fasten into it every month an insur ance stamp of the value of 70 cen times In return for these 70 cen times a month he secures the right to a money allowance for every day up to sixty days that he is out of work during the months of Decem ber January and February pro vided that he has been in work bur at least six months in the course of the year provided also he has not lost his work through laziness disorderly conduct or any other fault of his own and that he has not refused work offered to him on reasonable conditions A man who is unemployed be cause he is unemployable whether from illness or any other cause can not claim an allqwance nor can one who is out on sirjkevor who has be longed to the bureau for less than eight months or who is in arrears with his fees For the first thirty days the unemployed allowance is a franc and a half a day each for men who are alone standing and two francs for those who have others de pendent on them and for the re maiming thirty days it is asmuch as the directors can afford to make it anything from So centimes to a franc and a half If the directors refuse to grant a allowance or if they reduce ins allowance at the end of thirty days below what he thinks it ought to be he may appeal against them to the court of trade The unem played elect two of themselves to watch oyer their interests and twtkatcAch of tkem receives his due Utfcctort JHS louad gnu i Jwfti wKWfiUs they couth r tioM whicH allowance may f k claimed As oe of these condi Hens is fcoWever that the claimant MiMtvbe out of work through not fa Uof his own take it for granted that every claimant is anx ious to be ia work and therefore before giving him one penny they try to find work for him The manager of the insurance bu reau it must be remembered is also the manager of the labor bureau and as such is in constant commun ication with all the employers in the canton as well ai with all the labor bureaus in the country He there knows to a nicety the state of labor market and can say at once where if anywhere work is to be had clad members of the insur ance bureau are allowed to travel on railways athalf the us ual fares when in search of employ neat If he reports to the directors there is ao they apply to the municipal board of works to at once some un j dertakiag that would perhaps other wise not be started until later Croup positively stopped in 20 min utes with Dr Snoops Croup Rem edy One test alone will surely prove this truth No vomiting no distress A safe aad pleasing syrup JV t y all dealers Nftktdt rVwM Ji IrtktMi The forty fourth annual report of the registrar gencial for Ireland shows notwithstanding the forts ol to lessen the de to emigrate the ab oltteVd crta e in population continues 3n- jy 7 the excess of births over deaths was 3440 but the loss by emigra tio amounted to 39082 RQ that tkere was a decrease of 14674 the population during the year In 196 the emigration only amounted- to 35344 taking the years 18971906 the average is belpw that year The population of has now fallen to 4377964 th percentage of emigrants last year being 89 j The registered in were slightly below those of the pre ceding year 514 per rooo as afninst 517 The births registered during 1907 Amounted to 232 per 1000 for the 18971906 It way be noted ttiatttbc illegitinaicy rite continues Jtr lff I I f r C 1 man an j t 111 it 1y member 11 der fore S f rY If workanywhere start t i 1 Sold t r I that fit It j AI i and ot last t i tI Mal rlalt 1907 I t I if y y that I t sea The Uw i t tke t r kP i r all state that i r 1 pai1meat sire i t In Roe Ireland y tars x to The number of illegitimate children born in Ireland in 1907 was 2564 or 25 per cent The highest percentage was in Ulster 33 per the lowest in Con naught only 06 per cent These results bear favorable comparison with the returns for most other countries The death rate in 1907 was 07 above that of 1906 but 02 under the average of the preceding ten years There was a serious in crease in the deaths from pneumon ia also an increase in alcoholic mortality Sentence Sermons Even a crook may take his liquor straightThe of a colored woman may be a dark secret The fear of tomorrow robs you of force for today Flattery would be without but for our vanity No man ever travels far standing his own dignity To great hearts of others never small Your faith is all folly if it does not lead to fair dealing They who are not always ready to serve arc never cervillc Some folks measure their faith by their fault finding Actions speak louder than words when deaf mutes talk No Alonzo a sample room isnt the place to get free samples A man seldom appreciates his wifes care until he gets sick He makes a poor business life who lives for business alone You can tell what a manually is by what he brings out in you You cannot cheer the world with a srmle that starts at the teeth When a man does try to be good but few people will believe it It will take tears as well as talk f Umaercst Totherg is clue to the opposite error in regard to our golves r locomotive engineer dreads a misplaced swith a naughty boy doesnt Acquirethe you would learn the art of not saving money The mark of a heavenly blessing is that it ignores all our earthly boundaries Too much time wasted in try ing to reform things that are not worth reforming The best way to reinforce your troubles is to use them as a refuge from others cares c Watch a man driving a borrowed horse and you can tell whether he has any pity of his own It takes a man with an exception ally goodcommand of language to control a talkative woman Block the windows of your heart with dirt and it will not be strange if you deny the divine light No life is so short that it has no time for good and kindly deeds nor so it can delay their doing If we were half as careful of our foundations as we are of our furni ture we might build more There is something missing in a mans religion when he has to be shown the before be will do right It often happens that the man whoseems to take most interest in heaven has the least investment there This is the season when a man who to remember the poor can sit down and fix his mind on himself There are sVmeffoolIsh trusting dfjfl Jmen wo can read oy r the receipt for mince pie and then imagine they know what it is made of i There is no Quinine nothing what harsh or sickening in Preventics These little Candy Cold Cure Tablets act as by magic A few your threatening Cold is broken Candylike in Preventics please the they break always And least of all is the economy A large Pre ventics 25 cents Ask your druggist He knows Sold by all dealers fall cent to force on the lsorrows Pre hapi kt 1IrIIY 1 11 i gamblang habit if I IS hat ute ever hoursand childrenand the feverishness bOX48 f f M t i about kilatv lot enduringly waists taste AtJ- itr r 4e 4 Tke Yeiths Companion for 1H9 The amount of good reading given to subscribers to The Youths during the year indicated by the following summary of contents for 1909 50 Star Articles Contributed by Men and Women of Wide Distinction in Public Life in Literature in Science in Busi ness in a Score of Professions 250 Capital Stories Including Six Serial Stories Stories Stories of Adventure Character Heroism 1000 UptoDate Notes On Current Events Recent Disco eries in the World of Science and Nature Important Matters in Poli ticts and Government 2000 OneMinute Stories Inimitable Domestic Sketches An ecdotes Bits of ifumor and Select ed Miscellany The Weeekly Health Article the Weekly Womans Arti cle Timely Editorials etc A full Announcement of the new volume will be sent with sample copies of the paper to any address on request The new subscriber for 1909 who at once sends 175 for the new volume adding 50 for possage if he lives in Can ada will receive free all the issues for 1908 including the Double Holiday Numbers also The Companions new Calendar for 1909 Grandmothers Garden lithographed in 13 colors The Youths Companion 144 Berkeley Street Boston Mass Tile lev Irl 1 Hicks Atmtiac For 1909 ready Nov 15 1908 best ever sent out beautiful covers in colors fine portrait of Prof Hicks in colors all the old features and several new ones in the book The best astronomical year book and the only one containing the original Hicks Weather EorccastSi almanacs in quantities V Agents wanted WORD AND WditKS Pun Co 2301 Locust Street St Louis Mo Every citizen owes it 16 himself his fellows and to Prof Hicks to possess the Hicks fore casts the only reliable To weak and women there Is at least ono that sitar be combined One Is ono Is constltu but both are important both euntalDr Shoop NUrht Oiro the DrShoops Rcatomtlro the Constitutional Tfe former Dr CureIs atopical ueou 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Green Salldlag MKetBXcade Motel Office at Home WUKCTCSJ Street fToIcphonv X68 IIP vpiwant to take clothes and keep new take them to J and have him t i and prtss them SatisfaCi fh guaranteed Wofk done for juhi ladies and gentlemen Vf Ladies Work a Jsp ciality Your trade most J3r1 Solicited All persons WH ba advertised and whr 3 been MS paid their taxes wilt sat Vcicast of gar nishes levies ru lions etc by settling at out i ijKe new law compells me to till before I can give bond year While I regret to put you to this extra cost L U be com pelled to do so to sajgPyyself Res city speeifitrtftinns mi c ery particu Give an iuaity to bid JJ7 WANTED Success the services of ti in Greenville to look after expiring subscriptions and to new business bv means of special meth ods unusually effcctive position pe manent prefer with experience would consider applicant with good natural qualifications salary J5i o per day with SlOn option Address with refer once R C Peacoc Room 105 Success Magazine New 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aryzCorrect Correct Say l Course and 1uIto stiu Compound Words to IV rite Hr4S St ics rrtttii 5 e tJ- x AQKNi4Y saalple ribbons paper ia i Very Serious It a very matter to ask for medicine aixj have the wreaf inc given Iron this rcMea we urge you In buying b careful to get the genuine BUCK DRAUGHT Liver Medidnc The reputation pf this cld rclis his medicine for constipation in digestion findliver trouble 3 Grin ly It docs not imitate other nudicints It is better than others cr it would not be the fa vorite liver with a Ml than all others combined SOLD nr TOWS DLIIIL C I IIOW A D CO I I I you to pewd r eo VlAftS EXPERIENCE ri FtNCE cotIC te r senora one P2 DR KINGS NEW DISCOVERYFOR CURES THROAT LUNG DISEASES SAVED HER SONS LIFE My son Rex was jew a year age witk lug irtttUt Wt doctored ionic Months witktut Imprwwaeat Then I firing Dr Kings New DiKoyery and I MM noticed a change tat fetttr I kept this treatment p ftr a few weeks and ntw ay ttn if fte well and wtikt every day MRS 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proviiiag equipauat g r lly CMw4 K4 only in the larger cities Witk this mtckiM ira will MW W able te supply ndivIduaUy engraved casket save plates isteai W the ttempc4 tttck patterns usually employed And tt city up4trt Vtfi sake a ckrje 5 fir sack s plates the people of this county will receive then absolutely extra test regardless of the character of outfit PHTCW hs fee IB th stow window of the firm for seme ill it iwauty ad p d ct wMk it lives have been admired by h rt i ytopk ArtklM af erwy circt r b engraved in muck betty a er ttai wwljy t e by IMM This machine a4 s to campkle aiitrUkiit establiahmeat U Unitary The firm bas pracUdij lkt s i tmbalmcr i the couaty a fvaeral car largest stocks of caskets tippers etc complete M ipmeril for sanitary wark as disimfectio T pfovWe the b ft 1 every brack k the con stant study of the aiagement aad the gcB ro s appfcitioa by th has caused still deeper and greater determination OB the part e coBctni te constantly Improving service and OB the most favorable baste With tkk ia view other features will be added from tim te time M tfcey appMr The Ftancis Is fitted with all attachments for eagraviag aay cbwact the mechanical perfection of the machie appeals to all Tk pvblk k givM a f ckt invitation to call at aay time lad st tkt ckla r T BB MQFFRTO Bowel TrouMt f CMWrtRot v till the MAKES Costs 25c at Druggists or mail 25c to C 1 IQfKTT St lufc fct Mother Hmsltat no tout saw M k ttti MHi Hf ofour as thousands on grinetkoo pm iraT ijKKTHINA Is asy y afMf mvtokty w rMts awaf vrwwncs n ct t f Ljfe A iEugntbittg Ite a 1 tke I I whit of er Wit t i iJTile aM I el lit only coins wrappers i r the I ilt I S k f Clllllra r DMIrheN aMe l i r- AllY AWl n 1 Re4v1au he Child I IEnH I NGi 11 S 106Child Itave Y f f 7 the All Y T dt 0 i3tar1iur mad Iii w Lies r aetessar r w l aacblae 1lthe tail ice the thus the foe x robs ti w sew Fnbile givearticle rand 4 a Slit L f i Afge Bweie5Y1iMja r POWDERS Tb ETH M EASY t Oil I s S a ratrrar s kNtag ir tdi r h An Independent Newspaper RECORD PRESSOWkN Rica OllIRK L I Secretary I GRIEV ROAKK EDITOR LfngOtHtHC Tflephant Ho Q i s In new roar of store KiuunJ Hour 50 CENTS KR YfAUK ADYAKCL TBRMtt The subscription price of the la ble in the time haa to which It U paid the paper trill br stopped Curd uf thank nutlrra etc If not longer than Until will free A ChAee of V lluv will be made for lug linen No TArlatloa of Kr i Mtmple collies will be mailed AdTcrtlfirnent will he Inserted rll fnrnUhrri on refiuest Arlr HlltMimrniiiilratlont and JHlH ItKCORD PRESS THURSDAY JANUARY 21 19H frt the Urvenyllle Kypo toft1ce an accoud aii matter ANNOUNCEMENTS ton uKnlrr- tTf tire Btt rljfi1 to announce WALTER C KIMMEL n enndldate for hberlff of Mublenbcr county Babjfct to the action of the Rrpubllcau party yon aMCPtr corn nttiK authorise to announce c 8 cunn for reelection to of Clerk of tbe Mnhlenbf nf Circuit Court subject to thr action of the Repabllran party ron COUNTT cocnr rtcnx authorized to announce V II LEWIS a candidate fur reflection to the ofTle of CoiiHtrConrt Clerk of Mnblenbrri county sub to the action of the Republican party T are authorised to announce YORK a candidate for to the office of Jabs aubjcct to the action of the Republican President may have intended to insult Congress but so a 1 i I been iio result SENATOR FouAKEiTsaysTie the Senate probably never V This is the best he trade IT appears the John v W has license to run for any fr i office where there s no chance of xienty ta aat sa worried over feder to be a candidate again Repub ficans all over the country would also be pleased AN judge leak decided that wedding be taken for debt Thus is cupid given a boost v THERE is a great howl going the cities demanding the ven tilatiqn of theatres As air is free it does seem it should be provided VY the patrons Then top some of are so rank that they should a liberal supply of oxygen t Ajiiwi SaltMS A Madisonxille held a second elcc tion Monday to determine whether saloons shall exist there any longer amd the drys won by a majority of 23 At an election held on the Asame propo itioR Jut August a raa jority of 37 was retwriied in favor of abolishing the saloons The whisky interests rattled the platter to court and o some techniciil plea had tht election set aside Another ton was called fr the prohibl tu tiut and the result shows a great vjy increascd majority This result wasyxenerally predicted ae any ef fprt to override the will of the pco pie ftenerjilly results in disastrous to the conspirators The election was closely contested by both sides and the stepping of the city into the ranks of the dry 18 a gratifying evidence of its pro fres iveness SV Cattle Six steers strayed from the range i here all branded with B on Any information leadiug V to their recovery will be liberally B M BROOKS f 2i 41 Slaugfctervilte Ky x x Besides 90 large cups from ekch 250 package of Dr Shoops Health fspftee I now put iaa 350 clever silver d NoDrip Coffee Strainer Look for itl Thesatlifac lion of Health Coffee n besides j most perfect Made only from pureV toasted cereals malt Sold iby M Howard Co B f lad best cult prices paid by J Coombs Co i I I I I JJ I THE rneUanaD UT ROAn J Co 7 s j ueeee d Utll rule to anyoa A rnte be nil reo to 4 at ere n Ante the office 8 X reelection Till g fart ere tin it t leaver to I guess bas L I I o Kern clecon f h1fiLl ur i fiaes 1ttrI Democrats want nran a c not t r I upI 0 t J have of rli t v1lc lifts Iscrtasoi llajerit C j 1 ftt ittfr I J Jf S t 1 11 jo1tY eec t j b It aJr C 1I 2 defeat t J J i towns t- t9f f U q 3 I f hip w r r t 1 J 7Z 1 1 J J t I J rlll Ii etc k j ii1 Ii f E tj u I i I TuUuODATa Pptrsldeat ann par d ebttnarY ten be r car make payable Greenville Hy- f i lay k 1 I C t t e are e Inet roaJauLln y oIb party Y has it3 return h that Mon 1 1 IKcYA fiass do at cvrr rusKtrnar t KA1SAS Indiana ring t c ruch needed fi ie ali a 2 rbr plays Jh ifN A y q 4 t H y 1 t p r 1 Sra alit k ylr1 near r a r y rewarded a tt fr 1a F Co poii t c hides wantedt r 4 a R C McCRACKEJjST- I KVKRYTH ING IX CONCKKTTD Greenville Ky Jun 21 1909 TO THE PUBLICj I desire to think the people of the City of Greenville Jot their generous patronage and assistance in introducing in this city the use of concrete for many The use as well as the proper making of concrete is a matter of cdtv cation I have used every effort to prepare myself to serve the people of this town intelligently and skillfully how far I have succeeded you are to be the judge No man can do good concrete work without experience and much study which generally reflects in the work he docs cracks and checks a block soon after laid indicate very faulty work The City Council of Greenville has very wisely thrown a protetion around its citizens who build sidewalks in the by appointing a competent inspector who will see that all side walks arc built according to the specifications of the city cf 1 gincer which insures to everyone that they arc getting they pay for All contractors who cannot comply by tieir inability of knowing how or who arc not satisfied the profits under these exactions will have to quit Af the price of material is much lower than ever be ore I will take contracts for sidewalks and other work until April 1st 1909 at the price of per foot for sidewalks otb r work in proportion with the proviso that there is as much as 25000 feet subscribed by that time This is an but volum and the employment of a machine for mixing could not be done If you are intending to build this year give me and get work done quickly and at a price you cant duplicate r purposes ofcourse aross w with 11 unheardof forth your subscription R C CKEN tea Price IVICP t i JarvisMerccr Mr James Jarvis and Miss Elrue Mercer of Gishton were married at the home of the bride last Monday Their present home is with the grooms mother Only a nds were present fice to file All persons having claro Against estate ot MtatiMa T Martin de ceased aVe tyeijejbjj notified to pre tj sa proven as administrator for adjust merit EDGAR D MARTIN R C McCracken has secured contracts for several thousand feet of concrete pavement and intends to purchase a steam mixet so be able td do the work with uniform be held at Chicago the third week in Fcbruary and expects much valuable whili there C ExcNrstM Ittes tf Lwwla CIr The I C Trill give a round trip rate to Hodgenville at one fare plus 25 cents on account of the Lincoln centennial memorial and dedication of the Lincoln monument on Feb Arrangements have been madt to stop train 104 at Cecilia where direct connection will be made foi Hod cnville and returning train 103 here about 115 mid night so that persons will miss but one day from home It is thought there will be many persons attend from here and nearby President Roosevelt and many other notables Rill attend and participate in the Stwwcli Ifetress Every family to keep some in the house as of you may have an attack of In digestion or Stomach trouble at any time day cr night This harmless preparation will dL lest anything you eat or overcome a sour stomach five minutes If your meals dont tempt or what little you do cat seems to fill you or lays like of cad in your stomach or if you have that is a sign of Indigestion Ask your Pharmacist for a 50 cent case of Tapes Diapepsin and takt one triangile after supper tonight There win be no sour risings no belching of undigested food niixed with acid no stomach gas or heart burn fullness or heavy feeling in the stomach Nausea Debilitating Headaches Dizziness cr Intestinal griping This will all go and there will be no sour loud left over in the stomach to poison your Papes is a certain cure for all stomach misery becsuse it will take hold of your food and gest it just the if wasnt there Actual prompt relieffor all your stomach misery is tvt your Phar maclst waiting for you These large cases contain more than sufficient to cure a case of Dyspepsia or Indigestion rUE RECORD J few C the ro tone as to t to Rathel information 2 willstop exerCises here ught Pia pepsin anyone afterwards heartburn be- sideS breath with Dlapepsln die name ail your stomach SO 4 t Len Iti rt icy ptata Mall Ind acreel- Iafrthe iv1ffoaa fete siott tear Sen kes out slump nagssouabduts go cent per year A 5- aC CITY ORDINANCES An Osdiniaace regulating the con struction of Streets and Sidewalks in the City of Greenville and pro vidingjor the office of 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 for any person or persons firm or corporation to build construct any sidewalks or other like improvements in the City of Greenville without having first filed application for and received from the City Council a permit for hesaid improvements shall bfe iccompanied by contracts signed joth the on per and contractor and lion the filing of said application properly made it shall be the duty of the City Council to authorize the City Clerk to issue the said permit for which he may charge a fee of 75 cents 2 The City Council is hereby authorized and empowered to ap poiqt a competent Superintendent of whose duties shall be to supervise the building and construc all sidewalks and like im hereafter built or con structed in the City of Greenville shall have power to said improvements to be made accord ing to the specifications grade lines tnd regulations governing the ttruction of said improvements and shall cause all laws ordinances Bud regulations of the City pertaining to the streets and sidewalks to be plied with 3 For his said services the said Superintendent of Streets be allowed the sum of 200 per day Tor each day he is actually engaged in said work said sum to be paid by said City it said contractor roof structs as much as 700 squarQ feet of sidewalk per day and to be by said contractor if he builds less than 700 square feet of sUlo walk per day Upon the recommendation of tht 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 or corporal j so violating shall be deemed gtoth of a misdemeanor and upon lion shall be fined m any suns no to exceed 5 pa Adopted Jan 4 1909 f v J W UM Mayor ORIEN ROARK Clerk An Ordinance amending Sec 12 Article x i of the ordinances of the City ot Greenville The City City of Greenville do ordain as follows That Section ia of Article xi of the ordinances of the of Grecn ville be amended to read as follows Any person who shall profanely curse or swear or be drunk within the city limits shall be fined j one dollar for each oflense if said offense committed in the pfesence J oTifcfe police Judge he may instant K the y l t at 5 mitca lon b Streets tionof pro ements lie cause conk cOIn shan I con L Councilof the city shall Q Jo l Superintendent col at wctio R of said Itn rover haractcrextent Viand and paid t y t a penalty are answered charges are reason Sales Kentacky DefoudautH- iN KQUITV By virtus order of sale of the MuhScnbeSPclrcntt wirt rendered at the September Tenjfi thcrwA lC3 In the above cause for AdMclonottiu iiwcxdH null ISO 75 here InTljtball rnocro1 V iffer for at JpUB LIC AUCT20N on Monday ifit fittth day of January IW at 1 ocKick p being C nuity Court day ufc m a credit of nix mouths the fullouinj Ueairlbcd property to wit All the nophalt oIL fists nod other jnUinrala In and uoiKr the surface of the ttaidtraof land licrcliiiifter tlemrlbcd 4t or parcel of land nltunted la Mitblerberg xinty Keutncky uear Ginbton nUll khoirn Spice oW plane nod bound ed nm folio By Ilobcrt 1ncoot Sr on the North side by lite ivldim Najrtyr Tlnceut nd Da rney Wilkins ot the fxtutUniia onrthc South it by F M Uro Whltmer on the and suppoHCi to contain the or itlxty jJcrcw For the purcbanre price with ap prored mretyoj ttccuriUeti muVi cxetute bond bearing legal LucreHtfrom the day of ule until paid nod huTiu the tone and Judg meat JitUilcxs will be prepared to eouijily torni Jas W Oates M C the I I If oil L Clerk r sale the Court n 1 Doolln to the the alIOUt qbt to mine Mm- A terttLhl t ua Jnmea ell with bell J l wi thout f lhtr proof inflict Adopted1v IAAr Ai or- I ROAltK Fresh at tired meat 3atCuombs Disinfcci g has been done b Y Roark alloer hr County and calls from near ac far promptly Tr e able InCSM- Uhlenbir Qircult Court r- tnlella Bruce tAI Plalntli- T Iiuale L Ifru tat ofn as ul cop It etutillc Ky kirheatbLtlte at mitt eupl yrou tirr dar lnclndlugtho the ate ont ptVcht and North tvattt rift trha per urn Slogans Sewing Machine runs than any other lasts longer than any other is more beautiful tItan any other has less vibration than any other is easier to operate than any makes a more perfect stitch than aay other irf the best ofall Lined ia one FREE SEWING MACHINE CO CHICAGO ILLINOIS T M MORGAN SON Agts Notice to File Claims All persons having claims against KanmeW Roark and M J Roark deceased are notified to present same properly proven on or before l eby i 1909 to S C Eaves Greenville Ky for adjustmcbt R N ROARK Admr Typewriter paper supplies etc of all kinds at this office UY FREE fREE PREE mEE fREE FREE FREE co ribbons N NOTICE To of luJiknberg and Adjoining Counties Than who have pledged their tobacco to the Pr Active Asodatioff Dark Tobacco are hereby j we the undersigned committee have con iH6 rk ei mw in iradlhig tobacco to handle the tobacco acordtng to the contract of the Association They have leased the factory of Martin Puryear lo cated oa Main Street Greeiville Ky and will begin receiving tobacco Jan 11 1131 All tobacco must be tied in small neat hands and classed well in both length and color and to be delivered in good keepiig order Please observe this rule it is to your interest Ample room secured for all the tobacco bright I B BlACKWEll llWfl JZ L TAYLOR B S STEWART WALKER E B DUKES JAS JACKSON V Committ THE CELEBRATED r I Yr j EiL i Tl n rx d 1 i a a as il Ij wIT4 t t L I Farmers Planters tifi That Tit E ireeiville B r in- 4 t B complete with water front and heating If bath room if desired m M MKGAN SON fPRINCESS i pparLtu for G- c t 1Or 11 I Rir h 0 CONDENSED STATEMENT i OF THE CONDITION OF THE Smmttr GrrrulriUr Ktnturlu ATTHO CLOSE OF BUSINESS DEC 31s RESOURCES and Discounts 23878112 Expense 1 2709416 d 4j977ioo Bonds 5j55ppo Cash on hand and due rli56l359i8 CIADILITIBS Capital Stock Paid Up r Deposits 1 263016 g6 j f Surplus and Undivided Profits 1 1377050 530833746 1 a I Thos Sumner Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that above stateaaent is true to the best of my knowledge s- l belief THOS SUMNER v Subscribed and sworn to before me this the sh day of January F H LEWIS Clerk i By H D 4 Ranges Stoves of every description Gnaraiteed prices Iud quality to suit Ve are practical til ners not work for flothiflf bat we do our work right The Wise furnace for Wise People CLEM TilE TINNER CO Central City Kentucky id music in our store M them Crown Pianos which have been described recently in a series ofarticles in The Delineator iv lis as the perfect pianos of today These articles in booklet form 4t V V v1f this store free Ask for u copy rfV T M MORGAN i r h 1 it 1 Z jf jf 7 tl f f t1908 4 t f Y u I House and Lot Fixtures t il 4 i hr u a6 s v III J 2 fE c 1 It r f iE i ir C LEWIS C r fi t flBAING STOVE Wedo oOJOoJ OJOJOoJOoJOJOJ rOJ or J r Y Phone 149 Msedo ICORLOIi1TL d u wl1l tiin tJne bestthrlln rr jO r J f SON r f arvI y x lilt tsh aZ1itu ice Loans a from J- tp3o338796 t oho oo x t x r r and t Cashier agog fv Ranges cas3 aaoeaeies 5 f t vv v w va a Istltttateta f BROWNSD aniong X tM IIST lire Iisunsc that my coaatry building cm Iwyi Jf t 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 Companies recognize its advantages and are glad to quote lower prices where it is used Prop in and see them 6 M DEXTER CO Agents THE YEAR OF GREAT PROPERITY- JBcAP jUJlpe vzt ywiSii W Edition Kentucky Gevernors Wall Allis to z wiNi S riba for Six Months or Year OIlY TRUE KBIT CXUK MKi Wl ff WY Or TWS SPLE lt WALL ATLAS d Uy for The Kvtalnp Toil at a cost of fNW Printed in colors oa heavy up paper It coatalna agw 2 The Chart alone Is worth J160 nil the Kentucky Governors some of them very rare PJJ tits oalr picture of its kind in States the J la wad Porto the Panama Canal Zone also of the World The tIns shows portraits of all the Presidents the Rulers of all JCatlotw with Coats of Mats end A paRe is gives oxer to HistNk l Kentucky from formation of Stateto the year 1000 M Pe fc l Wm giving residential Vole Slate Officials Area aud Population U 8 Senators Ken House and Railroad Commissioners Dbtricts Dem tees and State Coiumittccs Senatorial Counties of vhcn made and from what Counties Area Anti Population Statistics of the Panama Great LaVcs Hawaiian Islands lorto Rico Alaska Philip Area and of States Coun tries The Original Stoles and those admitted Post Kentucky Wall Chart will be to those who nubscribe for this Evcainff Post for One Year at or for Carrier or Agent Send for and full description of ai CHt P 3T oulsvllte Ky IGOS Jl flEE 1Jt laNt Kt4wcky To Fn J Ii j The Portraits s t There are nIne s of great Tcl1 among theta n of dmap r A t S tflMl TI l J 0 i Six Mot at by Mall This price only for thOle who ClIUJot TlIC eUlug Post f I II tU11 t THE EYE AIfS PRICE 1 PAPER tt i 2 1 3 jflQ9 urn kt a t ills leafgp tlfm9 sad Cuf s- litt t d hickslp f of 4f1the tuiland 1 tuck y ocratic anti Republican Statc tenttat Commit E OS 203 r thAt W IrtNf a ce 11Yt LiWIMiattillyi fki tit ttL A WITH THISSPECIAL Ahal T FlhlilMr1 ygSj Absolutely Pure Tk only kmkfny jrowafar- UMirft with Royal Crap OrwtJfff of Tartar Kt Atom Hi limi Phtsphfcti POWDER w C R R LOUt TIME CARD t L NORTHBOUND 10 Ii3 touUrine UISntn 103 Cincinnati 154pm lpl LouUvlll LImited 40Cam 100 Central CRy Local Freight 315 pm SOUTH JIOUSD- C KOISt Fulton Accommodation 1240pm 101 New Orleann 340pm IWPaducab Local Freight 710 m Nov J 1003 W GCiuwrouD Agt LIFE BY AXXA LAETITIA UARDAVLD tUrBarljuilil LlccHlcrlilro Euxlauil o 1823 wtn the of thonev John Alkeu nfrtcuil of Dod Urldpe Sbe w a H writer of i number of i oetna jcwhieu were popular In her tar fclfct not what then art IV But knowlbni thotiaml VAv l when or how or where met own to me a itrcrct yet tUU I know when thou Sill tied Vfhertecr they lay these limbs tl U head fo clod BO yalueles Ira Asj all that then remalnnQf UK- O nhlthcr whhcr lqtt fly Where bend xinweca thy tracUlc cuun e ml In this ntrangttillvorpf Ah tell where I nut seek thin compound 1 To the rant o vnn of empyreal flue From whence they essence came post thou thy flight pursue when freed ThIn mnttprM mite encumberju wed Or dot thuu lijd from Hlgtit Ukc Hpipe upellbouud knight Through fylauk oblivious the nppplnted tC Jfflrtr t T To break thy tranpc hnJ hy c ust thou without IJF e l b lialfowlMVirHkou no pare ftpurt A Ti to part wbee frleuJs are dear trerbap8 twill cost iilsb a tear Then nway give little warning Choose wipe own Bttynot goodnlpbf but lu some brighter clime Bid me good morning Coombs pays dash for hides UMf W A AVickliffe was in Nash vjlle the latter part ofthe week iTti t v V CU on Roar fproRe pf hjs 1909 i fr W P 81ackwell was in VisyHle on business Jast R JWcPracken if yop want gi oacrete work of any kjnd AVfebave plenty of other diseases Jbijt the not with IS this wia VTJFofhauUnof all kinds call Jluf us peanis Telephone I o jgg yiK v obccd wagons arc plentiful 5f hcrei two hPHses handling muph of Ihe from all sections 4 rrV jif If its books magazines etc alt 4 em this office Miss Lucy Chandler ot Earlea her sister Mrs G H TtMcDpnaldat GordonVr xas K Protect your property by insuring iit in the companies rcpresenUd byv Roark church r J 4 their recentypi r Htscd opposite Methodist i The Bard property in Grc nville H for sale For terms write Mrs M JBardr Portageyille Mo i Mr d Smith who is i asylum was here with old friead everal days last Vv Roark still has 1909 calendars for Vv H and will be glad to have you call if you have not supplied The volunteer fire department has 1 just received ladders and other jieiquipmept that will help greatly in Responding effectively to fire alarms y he tows s now well protected Get typewriter supplies of all ju 4s tt tkis ece jj U IiIi ealXtt J 1 I know I mut part C l j Bin ball i t shun f re ump t nlll k I11t ttUM iJ JJ teal i I t I p weeks 1 Is j ssqSlJJU It I eed I from j A i ting t fl t JoW t f r 1 I lJr H vc 1 I thc t r fi J ORet t week II bee 1 nt r r II J t t i f L Waft r yen Ipower when I uob tasaitaud tLirghtkUd fweatker siaM L time p I 5 pL S aJcndas i s See jZ 4 grip t1 t se 5r r S t q 5 4 p i r Mrs I3raI movcdin L1ome John ItSr 4 4 S I There have been very few days of sunshine since the first of the year and Old Sol looks very good to our people Drummers with spring and sum mcr goods arc beginning to make their rounds and travel is picking up at a lively rate Fresh oysters fish and celery in stock at all times at J E Coombs Co oc S for obstructions left on the streets and alleys of the town The marshal has strict orders to ar rest all offenders who arc subject to fine Roark is specialty prepared to do disinfecting subject to call anywhere The fiscal court will construct pavements around the public square this spring and from the drawings the design will certainly add much to the beauty of the court house Miners are fearing that they will soon join the idle class It is not because they desire do so but on account of a lack of orders they are able to get about half time Rufus Dennis solicits hauling of all kinds and gives prompt and careful service at reasonable rates Mr Bert Hudspeth returned from Elkton the latter part of the week and is now in charge of the office as bookkeeper of the Dark Tobacco association at its Main street ware house Mrs C W Roark and Miss Lam are in Murphysboro 111 on a visit of some weeks to Mrs W L Mrs Win Ledbet ter Miss Lam will make a visit to friends in Kansas before her return Take advantage of the special of fer on the Louisville Daily Herald and The Record both one year for Joe the thrcetnontbsoltJ child of Mr and Mrs Newton Mansfield died of pneumonia at their home at kuzerqc last Monday The mter raeati was t JJill at x oclock Tueala ttanoon Hartley Bros wcreawardcd dan ages amount of 111 jointly GreenMaTks Concrete Co and the city for the obstruction of Main street which caused then horse to rqQ away damaging him and wrecking a btjggy Mrs Fields will dp all kinds of shoe repair work at her home on epjlegg street 41 fr pj W Roark was in Evans villp several days this weejf attend iag the annual meeting pf tie Tri state Retail Lumber Dealers1 Asso of whipji he is president The organisation is composed of dealers in Indiana Illinois and Kentucky and is strong in roember skip arid general Jnteregt Oct a set of pneumatic rubber tops for your typewriter keys Greatest aid to operation of any machine Roark has them and you are asked to call for a look The health of the colored HQRUJ tpn jn town apd hereabouts is good now and is the cause of much comment The rape to bt congratulated on its almost total absence of scarlet fever or diphtheria both have been prevaUst among white children Mr and Mrs Edgar D Martin left the latter part wdek for Loaisvilte after a stayr of some weeks here Mr Martin will leave fpr pklahora h3 week where he will engage m the concrete business It is hoped that hs will have the greatest success ia his new undertaking Mr Chas Roark 1s local of some of the best fire insurance companies aid will apr preciitf busings whiph will btc rtj for promptly and in thg very bt t manner Mr C K Leach the new night aleRt the Depot is greeted with as much pleasure ap any man ia towji ForNaany months there has been no night man the depot bting closed and during the winter theft has been great discomfortsustained by people who took the early Now watipf are opem tickets cat be purchased I I I t only Ph n Prand 7 lea a ma yJt lathe agaInst c 1 cia ion 4 re- Markably I ofwhich machinery V representative t tri t e TOO a dar i 9C t 0 ni Lookout ands Mate dfl1tentfrd I I S of the OAT n cc4e 5 if i j CIRCUIT COURT Circuit court is grinding along at a good gait and the docket is be cleared according to schedule Attendance has increased somewhat this week with better weather The grand jury is still in session and has been giving very close attention to all forms of It is thought the jury will complete its work today and be dismissed The equity civil and criminal cases have drawn several attorneys here from other points and every member of the local bar has been engaged busily NOTES Roscoe Wilkins and Chas Gos sett were fined 50 each for liquor to a minor Corun Welborn and Arthur Weathcrford convicted of gaming got a prize in the way of 25 fine for each Robert Adkins for shooting in sudden heat and passion paid a 50 fine The I C railroad was fined 200 in three cases for blocking Claude F Johnson was given a 50 fine for circulating obscene Joe Putraan furnished liquor to a minor for which he paid 50 The Dunraor Milling Co was 10 fine for violating pure food law Black Diamond Coal Co was 25 for obstructing a public roadLon Burton was fined 50 for breach of the peace Thos Rains under indictment for embezzlement forfeited a cash bond of 250 Virgil Jarvis confessed to a fine of 15 for breach of peace Wes Hinton chargcd with man slaughter succeeded in having his case continued the bond was reduc ed to which he gave and released E B Miller confessed to a fine of 50 fQr furnishing liquor to a minor Anthony Brucken was 15 each for gaming Dr J T Wendell secured of 10 against Finis Boggess for professional services v Herman Dwyer for shooting and woqndipg ws fined Ji2g Thorton Taylor colored for hoise was given a tentiary sentence of one year is thepniy prison sentence inflicted If persons IJYJRg neat tr et arc pps4ror person wfjl pajl telephone o or 248 in case ll htg d out the patter wjll be given jmmedjate attentjon J A GlHlAf MngF M suffered flOuT a fIre that Destroyed building early Tuesday ing There were several tenants m the building and they all suffered considerable loss with insurance covering aboyt half Ir H Cox jeweler was the heaviest logefj WIth a loss of 2099 jnsurancg flf opo Singer Sewing Co Mrs Wj Barnhijl iflllliner fox lawyer Q lawyers were other losers Adjoin ing property was also damaged tq some extent and it required work to prevent the destruction of the block Mr J L Morgan and family and Mr James Ingram wife and child arc in Princeton j visiting Mr and TH ftHV night they celebrated the golden an niversary of their wedding and en tertained about 150 of their relatives and friends the occasion being an extremely enjoyable one ulations and best wishes were re 1 ceived from many widely scattered friends who could not be present A bcrkshlrCIolandChina boar weighing about 200 pounds has been astray from my farm mile east of town about two months Will pay reward for his return or informatics leacing to his recovery jn i J A SHAVER Tte most practical chair that has yet ieea made is the automatic on d lay af Roarks Nqthing Hlce it everseeobqre Call a look I I in conditions lawlessness furnishing crossings lIt- erature given assessed was li iH1 14es Jo te e1J 1 Confes dtcraJP f1f2 judgment lire Ntti 11 rMi the Ii apr I No tf thc thre story Williams morn R o Mac in t Tea qe Woo lmn the World Morrow llnQ A hard es I r r Con rat 1 r r on and haveit 1 i rj I3 g rca rtickargigi i c n1 lerselu- ogess 1klpg pen- isTh tkc f Yom jrs LyekskkcNu4cipii Air h t1 Q s a r c t We notice an art cle written Mr L appeaVhg in TUE RE t have been copiedjrjjm The Inland Farmer of regard to a Muhlenberg deal Mr intimates nd claims in a roundabout ways th t ihe together with others hyptiotiscd and tricked in the Creamery game Now if Mr L had wn tfl a protest and remonstrance pricey the deal it would no more ef fective in this particular case but he hollowed late Now as Mr L is an and believes hat is to be will be and noV wiafcing to throw any chunks in the path of Fate to let it have it way so up any protest and concluded together with otherstttt take a lesson of experience andfitp gain some practical science of creamery is a good schoolmaster itho often se vere but it makes lasting and impression for a lesson of experience is seldc repeated Now Mr B party the first part mentioned by Mr Jbifgs being both a milk and water raanf Mr B also believes in a game of chance in faith and norks and tall ing from Grace ar d he very careful in bi lectures to Mr L and company tc e If in conne fng his words phrases and and would say Nbw my friends If you and your cows can do so then so and so will be the rssnjt Which no doubt was the uutlu Now this conjunction If fcich connect words phrases and propositions to the subjinr tlve mode and means doubt cvjtingency and upon such a pfopoihi n hinged the destiny of the MuKHnocrg Creamery Now this conjunction If cuta a consilfrahfe figure in business uopositions and is not altogether to Lc relied upon and we are of the opinion that Co failed ta give the word If the proper coasicfcrNon and em phasis f Now Mr par1 bjhe fist part agreed toafurm on such a prqpos and L and Co allowed B i oth cut and deal and ere examm ed L and Co wprc nunus trumps and they threw up and foqnrf thpmseives t standing up against something that they were unable to conveniently chin It was predicted from the first by the more considerate persons that the qreamciy would be a failure an accqunt e inadequate supply of the milk resources We believe that L and in their haste dUI not properly consider and compare the difference of thp re soqrces tewepn blHegras field nd that of dittany ridges between pro ductive plains and barren clay hills between thoroughbred and milk cows and the old time long horned scrub something that very important Now these kind occurrences and adventures are daily taking place all world and been ever s ce tyjv and ve got Mp a racHctJm the Qarden X A waggoner that Hnqws the his teaigmnevcr pu zle sbpt t the annws Qfl blks l we understand the tioiands and re quireincnts of vi iness we are better prepared 4o cet the exiicn des The Scriptures tell us that a wise man before s builds a house sits down and counts jup the cost we suppose theifpoli3rhVjman counts up the cost after trwulds and is surprised pfe loW Wvfoe pqujp ment for the crMttc game were all right up oUjt pf modern style ample and iHijcnt for quite a lucratiye busfeteilgbut the de and resosrEeiWof milk were party of the first iurfiwai not the cause altogethtr f the fqilqrc for plote up to tfe ionop The failure greatly iioa tSe party of the second part bei mrntis the milk supply and he crkl Its enough fWSS Now game advisable wish to well a creamery lisraarujsandneeds t id ORD of Jan 14ll seems to Louis iUc i Counts I d en old mtioOl Presbyterian concluded beheld knowledge Jhe Now perlcnce r permanent f repentance was making the conjunction tt propos 1iJns It belongs an Count sometime Land B a c tn qraKti egu fOJjt it rCf 9 lcS t t al k S Q 9ri1 1r h irol 1J t1ij project h il wasniade up hatl lost for th y enterprise oft o registered h1 den of I the cking h nit e tailbr came The ht perfonn qQ con brother we are r Jk this ay dlnMuhlen berg County we l that par icieate idIt i to study Itt itj on h 1 s More AWreaiery bye jamery were W s and when Swa- Ifo oyei the aye f lreqgttr II loa o hquj ands efl a 1 before ec i another f character ikit would t for I hey aught cIC calamity bi- o manype6Ijl lkc hurnbugery r Series You Right The J L Roark Estate carrying complete stocks in all departments the best v Serve You Right Possessing the most modern uptodate equipment and having thebe tsden we are able to produce the highest mark results and can there fore to your own satisfaction i Serve You n It will be to our mutual benefit if you will allow us to J Sertfe You Right C f The volume and quality of our busfness are the resutof each other The better the service we give business we get the larger theamount of business given its the betterservice we give in return THEJL ROARK ESTATE Greenville Ky t ic JSf f 2 i isin t i J Positionto t i j t thelarger can ta f 1 944444 S 9 4 S tiuic talent q Right 4 4 h 4 IS44 T j seems that the world cannot get along withoutit it seems to give tone and hum to business and life without it might be a little dull The world is a great checkerboard upon which we all play the games of life often make wrong moves and lose The road of life is full of stumbling blocks and sink holes we should be careful how we run RONDO Tefeacce Markets if KetcVy Teiincssee IIoiKiNSvjLLE KY Jan 18 The first sale of the goS tobacco by the Planters Protective tion to the Imperial Tobacco under the agreement days ago is reported qn this market being about fsjbop pounds which brought from 7 to 10 vcr jopcnd loo beiig offered each day which found ready takers o heavy Were the receipts Saturday that another be held today a d dail y thTQMgh the week if offer gs are sufficient The mnagep pf the loose floor that they a total of 150 ooo pounds during the week on which prices ranged as follows Trash 3 n 4 common lugs 4 5 S25 medium lugs 550 6S low leaf 6 50 7 cqmmpn leaf 72S S3 medium leaf 823 9251 good led to 2isfj Np fine grasps were Sales on thp ten m kels of e dark tnb ccq dj tfjct y plant ers1 Protective Association fpr the week ending January i were SQ heavy as the two preceding weeds C ABKSVIILE TENjf Jan 18 Our receipts last week were forty four hogsheads partly new crop The salesinen of ihe Blante 1 sso ciation spld lat wetk about 3 9 lugs at tle re cently recced sche Hle spale of prices The first sa e of tobacco t Dark Tobacco Qrower SQciatlQ to the Imperial TpUacco Company Un4r Accent agrecracntj whcbt it ij believert result in 009 pound of tpbocpo b int ds posed Qf was n Clarksv Uc Friday at the local salesroom few Mr Ferry Learns ais Haste Edward Iltixtur Iorry Itoston blind pianist who is to give us a Lecture lie vital at the LaMcudo Opera Ilousp ou February 10 does not play by as is the ease with niost sightle mr f rm r8i RU l WMh HP reason of tllplr eprors anti iunccurneles lrom the first technical exercises and stud ies all music hits been read aloud to him note by note and committed o memory When wishing to learn i new composition Mr Perry sits at the piano and his reader takes the music beginning with the right hand rending the names and time of lhjj notes just as thcy s aq pj s This eoiulpuert fur tva or threw Rtuffs Mr Porry playing the notes in their proper timu us they rcutl ntul rctalnjnjf thom by A prodigiouH effort of memory Th render then returnu to thu beginning and roads thu loft hand in the same way which Mr Perry plays ns rend putting in the right hand from memory Thin passage Is then conquered and becomes a permuu ent possession and the entire plcei proceeds in the same manner Such is Mr Ferrys fueility at memorizing n I tiaual practice jgiocc cbildijood thai 1 a I ASS Cla- Company mad some ijk the e Jy busy dl T l a sale- m report old CJ ro t oft re the bo sh wm 00 i tl Q TI V UI hull lQft of 10 quitt clionl of tiC n hull at are music this acquired con 64 ItSf 1M I I h w ii qiidred t reeawkw one Wcdneda1 1- 1kwrsdayai4 Ira rge WDW th o i mace ear all tlw t tfpr 1UtftBCtt tIglmttm shUt l nittural cluttccl tI i way he takes everything even tine most difficult and intricate of his concert solos at a first hearing and has never yet been criticised for the false rend ering of a single passage Itlind students should never be allowed to form the habit of playing by ear as however gifted in this line their per formunces like those of blind Tom will IHJ full of errors and omissions and cannot jpompare with those other pianists or even of ordinary pupils in accuracy antI fidelity to the text Mr George chairman of the dark tobacco association county and Mr Camp of the Trenton Bank were here this week in the interest of the association work iu this county A deep red cow 5 or 6 old marked swallowfork in right in left ear dehorned Any inform The heitiujfapyaratu and plumb i g ate p M the Y M C A buUding nd t C QlkfI1 i being rushed along at a good gait It be but a few weeks until the building mil bo ready for occupam cy PQtJLTRY VAISTEa We we lP foUQw 3c Also Highctt Mrk Prkc for Eggs Fur fee CR JEAN COMPANY Messrs A C and Clair DeWfct have pu ch sed a rcata raut Owensboro an toovcvage e first of the week They may also operate the restaurant but are conscring some proposition of sale These young men hot of friends here nd everyone wishes the greatest oAaunt of sue Tte tepde leaves of a harratess raounUnous shrub give to Dr Shoops Cough Remedy marvelous curative properties Tight tickling or distressing coughs quickly yield to the healing aoath ing action of this spjend prescrip lion r Shoops Cough Hen edy And it is so safe and good foif child ren as Well Containing no opium chloroform or other harmful drugs mothers should in saety always Dr Shoops If other reiftedles are offered tell them No1 Re your own judge Sold by al dcalersv J Jv poss and J U Buix ney arein LouisvillQ attending the national meeting of the Union To hacco Society of which Mr secretary Many matters of portance will be considered by the delegates which will represent every tubucco growing section of the Unit ed States It is thought there will be perfected greater uniformity of regulations and incieased connec and harmony among the differ ent branches of the organizjtion up in corabiuttfts of sie bo ud ceiling at RoJtr s I r f e j i I I in a CW Astray rears ll1 nd te CotI eG e I tr t f I wo rill at ptt T Uc- rkCYr You lQ lOc Tw1 perl CtH Q M FibrtN C yaunc d Hides MI here have ccss lung hea1ing Its demand MC SiS I Wallpaper pet wil t 1 si t o MvElw odd president I hot I1onskoitld be se3to hose CC 3ki5 1PmI3tS being M- Tuiy FTh 14 Ter I Turkey 014 p4 t1kti cckL Ic HH4VNP 1 I a Po- Is In ion S ar5 cents j las i1 e e s Jar afa SalscrifNiM Iffee Nc lay NlyJamnrjr 31 Btt Hundreds of our readers take a tt city daily paper as well as order to keep fully abreast news of the world There is no better daily paper nt any price to be had in the Stateof IxeatMcky than The Louisville Dally Hearld It is a clean family sheet allow ing no pbjcctiilBaUlc advertising of any kind to be published has the fittest local news ser vice of any daily uxperin the State It hits the A teleg rijihic news of the world it has amusing pictures from its uwtu car loonist day halt tone pictures showing lucal and world events 4 learlej eiiitor iul page always fair and interesting even those ho differ politically with the editorial opinion The regular of the Daily td inafce tiut ofier of Uatly licrald Vhe Recor Monday was the bif estday the Equity Soc ty warehouses have had mur taI jajboo pouifidi jof tobacco being received at the ware Kou i here at Earlcs and South Carrollton At this point about half the aaioiinfwa handled The society is handling vast quantities of the weld and several hands are kepi constantly employed at pur oce not later Ota 1909 Positively HQ subscription will be accepted at k s than the regular price itceiv ed ia post marked kter than January 30 S d U S or express mos y order bank draft or currency ia rejii Yered letter Subscriptions either paper May b a w ot Vcnewjil and wiLt date on year from 5 sgoj or o e year from iM date at which present HWcrim Q w exjic AU subaCfiptvcms MtKt W seat to The Record olRce Messrs Fred Head and Joins Brjzendinetare having a first clasa b dwood floor put fn the old skat lag rink on Church alley wilt open next week with h electric piaaa will fvunishi musk and wUt be nwU altsac tivetor skaters a4 visitors Mix the following by shaking well in a bottle and take in teaspopnfal dses after meals and at bedtime fljiid Extract Dandelion one half ounce Compound Kargon one ouncc CompoundSyrup Sarsaparii Ia three ounces A local druggist is the 3kUthpxUvthat these simple harmlestUffretKcats can be obtain at nominal cost fioaa our home tb clogge and ctvaetcre Kidneys dVcrcQt UackacB v Bladdsr weakness nd Urinary tro tK kinds if taken before the of UrfgHtfs disease wkf fcayerined this say it positively overcomes pain m the back clears t e urine pf sediment and regulates 4irinatioB especially at night curing even thfc Vdrstfonai of Bladder weakness Every man ar wt n here who feels thaA Vefcid8eys are qqt stfojijgi aetiag in a healthy manner mix this prescription at home aft s I ours t oL r tt i jJ 1fJS t A ii Yo 7 J 1H 3aiar by I ta we dULl Th tfu cyct for tJ fY cR y l g J k2C t l J ii r t gr dc ae tepa IriIl II louuL k S drugK t It r fog t ofall r ole 1 10 i 1 k o 1 ily it a trial as jt to 4Q i t ii Of qiUy t oUt k 1 A I i in the t s It v I ii S S eral4 mail special arra aeri1 arc abl botk Z5 Ifsiibacriptio receIved i f e s S S 1re I and qwpeiat aiiduptG4alti An 5 j d Tit Lxture said tO cleanse and ci tage l L said Coffins Caskets Slippers Gr ve Vaults i i4 T 0 u L o1dings i per iiJi F f 4 RORKFurtiture W11paper S1adec t U1Ldertbbker Goods Res DisinfectionROARK I a FOR A CORNCRIB BulldJt High So as to Make Handling of Grain Easy The modern wny to build a corn hlgh TLe building nay bo 25 feet by with a square pitch roof and I would urc an elevator or grain flump outslfle of building over the roof dis charging the grain thromsh the mid Ho cf tho roof and snouting It In the InBlde to cither aide or the mid dle pajs correspondent of the cis Gazcttn 1 have such an outflt end I can fill trlland ont bin Is to build It high I 4Sfect j i r I reed I 4 PLAN F 4 I Corn Crib nd Cat Din tho entire building by one setting elevator Tho enclosed of crib hold HOOO bushels of corn and U 000 tmshcla of and has a neat appearance By building high you itavo work in shelling as corn will roll down and does not need to be shaY eled CARE OF SE0 CORN nt Orylna Owt Proesss Muat EC Managed Carefully Seed corn as brought In from the field las a high content of moisture J If in the attempt to dry it out quick ly artificial heat is used with little or no attention given to ventilation the vcliancei ape that the germ will start to roW Artificial heat la dangerous ut this stage The itHpertURt things ar ventilation a dry itn osphere and u1 moderate temperature Corn sust j ended from m wire in a wellventl l ted ched granary or dwelling house s tJc In sue a way tbat there Is tree all aroun each car U lnyorably Windows Bnouia closed Bigats and oTTRe ni B fjf i rail bard freezlms uir dried out it will go through the winter alcejy In s ch quarters If the weather bo damp aai winter sets In carry It should have the kencflt of ar ttflclul beat A chwb r or attic through which a stoveplpg passes will answer a furnace room a dry eel lar is very satisfactory Wo have long buhcl about one frcttwldo with onequarter Inch wire iv net tin i for sides and lop very desir abie ktoragt for corn which has first been lamllet as above until 1t Is fairly dry Such moue proof boxes aTord much ventilation and riay be stored In n dry furnare room or in a modor atcly warm attic with safety as win tor sr in- Krerlmen have shown that corn Which h thoroughly dry will not be Injured by any derce of cold This Atfbilw Interesting is not as comfort Jtt asIt wpuld appear to be for the reason that sonic confusion mar re in dccldln when corn Is thor oushly dry and further corn once dry des not nttwasarlly mean always dry If left subject to a moisture ladtn atmosphere It will very likely take ui enough moisture to render It liable to Injury fron severe freezing Glio Station Farm Lcre- lubicedlnsr will Quickly Invite taU rtLort give a lien more eggs than ni an well fllreedlns turkeys can be profitably kept up to the fifth Young poults are delicate Protect them from storms laid wet gfrasaen The use of quicklime e soils helps to set loose the wlaeral plant food locked up in the soil Ground phosphate rock Is a good material to add te barnyard manure as the manure helps to make the phosphorus la ta rock available for Plants JJme I very Teacflclal to maay soils The fact that lime is exceed insly abundant stakes It Impossible for it ever to bo high IB price It le thing that nature supplies us in superabundance Far Swvntwr a d Winter 1 have two log houses rack 26x32 on the ground These are used for both summer and winter protec tics a board poor and one a cement floor The cement floor is laid level and I that this Is a Eiii take as it should be laid sloping to the gutters to give It goo l drainage One of these houces faces south The other house does act I think hog houses should h WtHlt to admit all the sunlight powiMe especially la the winter and for ralslig early ptgi J G HInes HandllMf Mamir cellars for the 1 atorlns t mBxre Jiro not mu h IB UM IB country The ea leet ptaii for handling the manure Is to baulk tut onto the land as as a load has accumu Unless it co talBS cosrstalks I apd materials that seed time tar I L i oft will oats 1 t l nrt 1 A I t I i 4 of x sltNIl tIt r Ca5 but Olcn the rest 1 bed asia 1 tloclf until Is I I fgtrid boxes 1 1 t l I coyer 9 i j r 4 one lied o J i I j fy till f i I f p II f Jt1oteKllltlCln j4tt I g 3 t i f r nan I I l f LfC3tifl b ny vIt1ler not csme seei I 4 r t b I rut k t I year c Id d t S feet One Las q 1 ti the t 1 r Pam t r sees Inlaid 5U other f I S Si l t 3I1 5 4 HANDLING HlftfiD LAfcdrt AdvecsUs Paying tht Hlrtrf Hand Charglnj for Extras Along with all other sections of tho country couth Is Buffering from the scarcity of form labor And moro than nny other section because such a large percentage of her white rural population mate and female is to liMping themselves In the kitchen or on tho farm Conse quently we suffer more from tho loss of labor tItan those parts of the conn try where tho people know how to do their own work One of the many problems which confronts Us Is how to mako tho farm more attractive to tho laborer orcn though ho bo a negro and show him that his Interests arid comfort both lay more on the plantation than on the public works Wo think farm wanes are say a third higher than they wero n few years ago because we pay possibly onethird more la cash and like the laborer himself tall to take his per quisites Into the account and then aa he does that because tho railroads mines aad public works gen orally pay 160 per day that they pay twlc as much as we farmers pay We forget tfiat white he reofllyes these wages he boards and lodgeq himself and pays for everything ho gets and that ns a matter if fact the farmer when the perquisites rent fupl stir are considered and est mated at fair prices pays a muck as the public works Nor do we stop to consldor that ev ery man white or black HHos to ban dlo money hoar It Jlagle In his own pocket and realize that It Is his It oven for a little Few men at tach value to the perquisites of their business trade or labor They count tho cosh as all they get and this Is of people In the humble walks of life On railroad work a man receives say flBQ per tlajr which for 26 days Is 33 per morth bit experience shown that he loses at least four days per moath from bad weather and oth er causes which will reduce his tmle to 22 days and his pay to 33 Now the farm we pay this man f12 where we formerly paid him 8 and furafj felw with rations a house fpcl gardes pasturage fop his cow and allow him to keep chickens and a pig Now suppose we pay this mas the same ho gets oi tho railroad viz f150 day ao d tkat he mikes for what M got say yof inqf h House real aid gardes CM- PqeJ two cords of Weed at 2 400 Ratlona 28 cents per day GOO Ptnr xc QF CPW 100 Privilege keeping cklccHns tOO Privilege o X fflag pg 6Q Total and la that way wo get back 91851 of the 33 leaving a balance of f1550 Then 4o as they do In the north and west charge him hire for your horse and carryall or buggy when he uses them Instead of tending them you do now When he Is sick or out of place pay to tho farmer for what are now perquisites will go on Pay the in n the inoney gftd let him feel tbat it Is his Theft collect for Whit he owes and do not butt accounts In the monthly settlement A man recelvlag 20 per month la entitle to 20 or 38 credit and clr cuMitaftceg will arise when he will be obliged to avail himself of his credit Out If this fcecesslty should arise the landlord if ho deems It advisable Ca always secure himself by a bill of om the cow the pig sad the chickens and aced not run mor than the ordlmary business risk In tho transaction Another matter worthy of cpuslder atlo Is that this plan of employing la bor will do a great deal towards the education of the negro and will bring him te K realization of the fact that It costs so ethlsjf tp live and that it rests with him m4 mat his employer to support his family Many successful farmers In tho north sad west follow the above plan amd like It Fanner 1m Progressive Xstlmtates of iho coat of spraying are always Interesting because 90 wamy fam rs are planning to begin tho practice while thOse who are now MB ar tooklmg for opportunities to cut the cost W A Orton of th United States department of riculture finds that the material for spraylmg one hundred trees with Bor deaux mixture and paris green can be tad at 2 to sad finds that the coat of applicatlem is likely to equal tho cest pf materials A number of records which he lies on hand of the actual expense1 Incurred In spraying orchards shows the cost to vary from to 30 cents tree for the entire eensom with three to six sprayings which iocs not however Include the costly and troublesome operation of spraying for the scale peat To plow sow cultivate raise and handle the grain from which most of our work and beef Is produced calls for am army f laborers while to at t to provide and care for a flock of sheep requires the least and thus fecems to rat the prevailing economic of the present hiring as little farm help M consistency will The record for Iswfeiit cost of pork prod is hell ty thu south Farmer 15b rant th I bottle oft pier 1 iiHirn J f t II It II 1850 as TaraUll tree ryl down ago 3 2 per Ideas time BIIt lOa ligfr J i Ii t unaccustomed garden whle most truo lays jer iiNaeT ca1iiid4karge4Th I sale 1 end ht Jdkkls p 4 I VERY MUCH ALIVE Probably In the Future Mr Doolan Will Investigate Firewood De fore He Uses It Patrick Doolan of Tort Jarvis N Y up some sticks the other day nnd threw them in his charcoal kiln The next minute Mr Boolun juinpol seven feet by ac tual measurement niul took to the vrooile Ills annfifl of fuel began then slit oil the fire anti went in every direction Pat liad never struck such fuel before and he wouldnt come back until some workmen in the blucs pnc quarries near came around nnd be gnn to kill snnkc Snakes it was Mr Doolan had picked up a bun lQ of frozen anftkca that tho quarrymcn found under tho top dressing of aod at their work and put them on his fire Now Patrick Doolnn like the good cll patron of Erin is perfectly willing to drive nil reptiles away at least out of his charcoal kiln wool EXPLOSIONS BRINQ RAIN An Interesting rainmaking e pcrimcnt is reported from North Otngo New Zealand whero thoro hod a long drought The places choecn were Knkla Tnblo 1050 foot above the sea level nnd Tolnrd SOO feet above the sea rim first attack on the was mndo with three ex plosioiis in tho last and most pow erful 40 pounds of dynamite nUll 25 pounds of powder being used No immediate effects were observed but a slight shower foil at A place a tie distance away Further explo sions with larger clmrgoi followed tho product by 50 pound of gun cotton and 100 pounds of dynamite These wqre followed by widespread and heavy rains which continued for two days A third scries of explosions ingph fgOi of 200 pounds were also successful THEIR UNLUCKY that Ki g Leopolds only little duke of Brabant died In that wme month the former palace nt I rJccn VflS lestroyed by Hro anti mfihy wval treasures lost In Jan nay th late Crown Prince Rudolph of Austria whp married the kings illicit daughter Princess Stephanie himcclf at Jfcycrlinff In a Inter January the late Prince Ban douiri the kings brother also took his life ELONGED TO OTHER Tho cabby touched the man in the silk hat on the arm in haste but this dular has a plug in itOh well w has your blamed aid cab retorted the man in the taU silk hat The cabby frowned scornfully- Go wan 1 he blurted in high dudgeon that joke might have been worked before the horseless age but not now Thcro Is no plug in this cab mister it is run by electricity A LANDSICK SAILOR It is a curious thing remarked ships doctor as he refused a proffered cigarette that a puff or two of a cigarette will make mu deathly so will the move ment of a swing or a hammock But out at sea no matter how violent lbs motion of my Is It never affects me at all Now that I am in the service It is a fortunate thing for me that I should be so consti tuted for I dont know how I would get along as a physician on land DOING HER BEST That Mrs Popley said Miss Grouch is the most slovenly house keeper I ever saw But protested Miss Goodloy she has a big family of growing boys All the more shame for her for she should know that cleanliness is next to Godliness anti She says its Dfxt to impossi ble Catholic Standard and Times PROIABLE OUTCOME chronic Kicker What do you suppose would happen to your fleet If it should get into a real Phlegmatic I sup pofic get licked sanuj as vejy- iitlwayibcen pick tl I t box hc n skies tNJ est Imo I lln ii ii l In w 1 son th hot DAYS I me sir exclaimed th hip CitizenO wed I o h I sucks towriggle and I lit MONTH1I uck5yaeIk if ininuy Excusq ha battle Wall We carryrpDur floors and in our ware rooms the variety of Furniture la Muhlenbergjjr If what you want we will get it fw ou We have factory con nections with afakers of thfe fittest gdeds In the and through Oar SftcUl Order PcpaAment can supply any txcla s ve articles aiIeaa than city stores or mall order Souses Our Room Moldingstocks are always complete x Wallpaper now a staple article of mir chandlse belngnsed all the year round And we havc full sclectloas prices 5 cents ancl pser roll r tOur Engraving Machine is the only one in this pat of Kentucky and we are exclusively prepared td supply individual Name which we furnish en all outfits without extra cost Coffins ini lt and Stalaed Varnish finish Caikat ia White Natural Woodfi White Coloreiaud Cloth allMetallic and Copper lined airtight Caskets all lengths and regular extra and double extra widths Steel Qrave Vaults of air sires In stock lor Immediate delivery Burial Robes Wrappers Dresses Slippers etc in large variety t- Our two licensed Embalmers respond at once to calls for such services Our general equipment is complete and of highest grade We have Funeral Car in service sub ject to call Private LonjDlstaace Tele phones Day Store No 73 Night He e No ic v Residence 156 yards from store 1 Prompt service anyhour day or night MAIKESTATL TIE lAT O CHlCAfiO 1EWCEP tf fAnnounces New ScWuk Jt2rrouhd Ipi good thirty Instead of 16 Patrons offered exceptionally good ser vice by the Monon which on night trains from Louisville operates Corn partment and Drawingroom Pull mans as well as the usual straight sleeper The day trains have Par lor anti Diuing cars and the Vcry finest modern new coaches cheerfully answered by E H Dacon 13 P A Louisville Ham You Been Stuck 3f ltnttdtfnr 17 Fur itt otdioIS Paper t we Plct l tnnrnbilj Plat Enamel lAck Suits Two t NIEN M r lai donothae riccs and Y9tPdIir s lJdedakiMg aiD Eika1iq Enamel Covered constantly anywhere p luCid tt PtAu sar M4IN tY Way aM IeF Trig 11te otc i i ltcij kktasw- sfiinstdof 8 as formerly and lays returning ire inquiries Ky on a Wallpaper deal TRe man who without looking around fs liable to be held up sharply as It is no goodove buy grieve wasted dollars as this after being done S Come ino see us last any time before you buy We may notsell you but well show values and enable youtcsave money wher ever you mayfpurchase THE J IoABK ESTATE ILLE KY to over fellow i oing firstor youWaUpaper Suriittut lnHlCt1l1nOCttaer GR Jl I ETWEKN AND THE VAST NORTHWEST Two trains afly Ss ay FKICK LICK All TOTIABtK SfWWS f i UNION STATKIN cHICAGO PiiVm and Parlw Cars lacc Roo n rSIcepcrr E H lUVOtN 1 J A IT C 4W am4 Market u S a tmall watt that cawW w W ol itrAle want le xpt27jit wilk ft1 Ye euec k at once YOU li out will cute quickly tad SS wET we sell ef X Aa ay otter kkJ Let s five yea eevsple te try Lmrft Bottles 35 etc It Takes 2lAeh bsrref weight J Carefully bored and UJ 5 32 risafire cartrkr No 17 Plain Open Sights No 18 Target Sights S50 RITE If he doesnt It we will seed prepaid on receipt of stamp for complete cata rides and ammunition In general ISTETEKSARISAKDMOLCO POBox CHICOPEB PALLS MAS Free Offer In order to 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