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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f J1 Record Advertii lfP Costs Notlii It for The investment is sure of returns Get our rates lC1KiXxtXllIW r- j h a y Par itself Iit Wo Buy FURSlidos and Feathers TaRew Beeswax Ctnccnjr CoUaSemllYcllowRooMarAppIo WCd Ginger Ws an dlcr i ttfcd U I8S6Ow half A CMVT in Loui ill n l nn do Latter let agent or cocmiisca Derthinb Reference Bank In LoaiTJCe Write tot woody price list stapling Sabot 228 E Market St lOU ViLLE KY etc yOu than nay tam Sonar Old papers for sale at this office jJ i fj and s i REVOLVING STRdli6EAYY Pi1CISDf KALBILL KANSAS C1rYtd0 I tticotbL KING OF THROAT AND EDIES LUNGREm ttaTr Mtihlenberg is rich in coal iron timber potters cla and the most inviting field in Ken tucky for investment ofcapital and 1 p I L t 1 r It t r1 M I County w etc plucks GREENVILLE KYt THURSDAY FEBRUARY 11 1909 50c PER YEAR IX ADVANCEVXl NO I Weight of the Soul Again the question as to whether th soul has any weight or not has to the front and Fournier d Abbe declares that he weighed one mans psychological entity and found that it upped the beam at of an ounce Possibly there are persons in the world with bigger souls than that Fournie d Abbe is the secretary of the Dublin Society tur Psychological Research and his theory is that ttpsychomer es or soul particles make up the the soul and that that part of the human being has weight In order to test his thcor he took a man dy ing with tuberculosis because death from that disease generally occurs with little or no muscular movement and thus the beam of the scales could be kept in more perfect bal ance The patient he says was under observation for three hours and for ty minutes before death lying on a bed arranged on a light framework built upon delicately balanced beam scales The patients comfort was looked after in every way although he was practically moribund when placed npon the bed He lost weight slowly at the of one ounce per hour due to evaporation of sweat During all three hours and forty minutes I kept v the beam end slightly above balance ftejat the upper limiting bar in order toVraake the test more decisive if it should come At the end of three hours and forty minutes he expired and suddenly coincident with death the beam dropped with an audible stroke hitting against the lower limiting bar and remaining V there with no rebound The loss waa ascertained to be threefourths an ounce Croup positively stopped 10 o with Croup Insects and Bisease paper read before r cal Association of New York Dr John Huber maintained that most of the diseases that strike down in nnd children and the epidemics that scourge the cities were caused by flics mosquitoes lice bedbugs ticks He spoke first of the common house fly and the way in which It transmitted tlfe intestinal diseases of infancy typhoid fever cholera and probably Having recapitu some of the results of these in f vestigations the speaker said that while he had long looked upon the say nuisance it was only recently that we had come to regard it as a dangerous pest This occurred in a mixed settlement of boys and girls living in separate buildings A much higher percentage of cases was noted among the boys who were largely infested with than among the girls who were almost wholly free from them and a iroportion of the insects taken from the wards occupied by- v the boys contained living and multi plying spirilla the stomach being the chief seat of proliferation Mackie noted that in general relaps ing fever was commonly met with in i poverty stricken overcrowded and half starved communities where lice are apt to be abundant and V that when it occurred in mixed com w J munitles the seemed to se k let principally the poor and dirty for its subjects He spoke next of the bedbug as a conveyor of dis the blood of the bedbug and Met t chnikofiE Lcieved that the insect formed an intermediate host or at least an agnt for transmission of malarial fever In the acute febrile disease encountered in Montana and r neighboring states known as Rocky Mountain fever and spotted fever i1 the organisn described as its speci fic germ appeared to be transmitted l iVio of the propagation of the Tex s or cattle l5 See the automatic chairs at Ro arks furniture store nev ef been anything like them here t c to t Irate lrn t of One loner rely prow no AafO 59c Sold by wit r tIna the Medi J fonts house and tub r ulosrSi Y slm ply as a sort Cf neces g If lice lY t J f t ji it I Ii I t t by the tick which was the lever ro has ii 0 o I tr a acme three ourths platform r yt Ir l minutes Dr ShooPs emcd y test this Truth Nov mitlns 1trtset 1 leas bA rip fleae tetanus later 3 house 1r r considerable V r disease Tuber iS ors r ire insect agent w Therct s s r t When Kansas Celebrates I have heard the voice of Kansas singing on her natal day I have heard her gentle whisper and she blew my hat away and she picked me up and rolled me through the town and she piled some sidewalk on me hoping it would hold me down She is gentle Kansas a melodious you may hear her dulcet warb lings in the chimney at the pane you may see the haystacks flying in the ether overhead you may know it is her birthday you her paint things red Kansas gentle mother I am glad you feel so gay glad to see you up a coming on this festive natal day but the way youre raising thunder causes and observanr gent to that youve been fooling with a jug of two per cent Emporia Ga zette Suggestion In the Nursery People today seem to be divided into three camps on the question of how much help medical science can get from mental or spiritual sugges There ate enthusiasts for and conservatives against and then a large class of mild conservatives who are willing to see tion gain and keep a place as the handmaid of medicine but refuse to have her masquerading as queen There is assuredly one domain where mental science has always held wide and where its help has been constantly invoked both consciously and unconsciously and that is the nursery The wiser the guardians of the nursery the more consciously scientifically is this latent and mysterious force called upon for aid It is needless to point out that it can be used for Balm here as readily as elsewhere and mapy brokendown arlus might trace the lrst steps in then undoing to the foolish suggestions planted bv ignorance in their ntfrsery days Sonitjiporspns makiuhevrni5take- of treating every little childish with a sort of portentous solemnity They talk in such to arouse all the dramatic instinct ofa small patient and help fill tne role of invalid with gus What are delcut one small girl was heard to ask her nurse whereupon the condition of the was so enthusiastically her that playing sick became the only game that never when the day for play had she was a woman grown it was found that she had never the knack of playing well To kiss the place and make it well is a happy form of mental therapeutics to which we have all probably yielded in our infancy and who has not laughed at the prompt hushing of angry bawls while some poor suffererpaused to sec how the poor table was To win over the dramatic instinct of childhood to the service of health is surely a work worth doing and quite as easy of accomplishment as the opposite and it cannot be too early- It is pleasant to recall one nurs ery full qPheaUhy happy children where all passing minor ailments are met with a sort ot tolerent surprise by mother and nurse and bumps and scratches and histrionic painaches are distinctly unpopu lar Behind the attitude the most watchful care of course prevails but it is so far as the children are concerned a silent care and tbs language disease is unknown The system works perfectly and is recommended for trail Weak KidneysWe- ak point to weak The Jleart the Stomach find their vrcaknesj not in the orcnn itself but in tbo nerves that control them Dr Shoops medicine specifically preparM to roach controlling aeries To doctor tbo Kldnen alone luUIe It is irasto of time ud of money u If tack aches or It If the urine scalds you hare disease Dr Shoopi a month Tablets or Liquid and see what it ran aud will to for you Druggist recommend and sell Dr Shoops ALL DEALERS singing maywatch Kansas suspect I mentalsuggcs say d ailment away as lOu unfolded- to U palledand nurseiy passedand acquired standing- it both EI sad theM wen our weak dsrkand of or other dl nc or dangerous kid iifi r 2 catcr corner refrain into delicate begun kidneys 1 att torah s a oris strong Brights 1 Sentence Sermons If wishes were wings good works would soon cease That soul is truly lost that gathers darkness ol the light No man ever saw his father by climbing over his brother Your rank amongst men depends on how you help them to rise The faint hearted arc those who think only of feeding themselves There is sorrow without selfish ness but never selfishness without sorrow Its a poor kind of piety that seeks all the pleasures and dodges the pains The significance of sins against ourselves is that they are sins against society Its the habit of our minds to think of thorns until we arc pay itig for the roses It often happens that the man who talks much about going to glory has neighbors who wish hed make a start If you would have a safe yercor tain Cough Remedy in the home try Dr Shoopsat least once It is thor oughly unlike any other Cough Its taste will be entirely new to youunless it is already your favorite Cough Remedy No opium chloroform or any other stupifying ingredients are used The tender leaves of a harmless mountainous shrub give to Dr Shoops Cough Remedy its wonder ful curative properties It is truly a most certain and trustworthy Sold by all dealers Bear in mind that Roark has splendid selections of wallpaper in stock ready for ery and sample books of the finest made which can be procured qa short notice after seleqtiun v AJ berXhirePolffinICrriba boatr weighing 200 pounds n g been from my farm one mile east of abuut two months Will pay reward for his return or information leacihg to his recovery jnsi J A SHAVER Slogans Sewing Machine runs li any lasts longer than any other is more beautiful than any other ka8 less vibration than any other is easier to operate than any makes a more perfect stitch than any other is the best of all in one FREE SEWING MACHINE CO CHICAGO ILLINOIS T M MORGANS SON Agis t preparation prescription JI deli papers jjt a jut astray town fREE than other EllrEE EE 6FREE fREE fR1EE 11J fREE never lung healing rw Bzr cslslrc nti combined a J W BARLQtW N T I T and Bridge Work done at reasonable prlew f Ollloe up slabs in tbo Joneit Greenville Ky I J nn and Oiirgeo Oflloe Mikliieroati street near Malugtrect 16 CAM ttOWARO DJtt GRAY HOWARD fRM Ofce in Green Brildinf opposite taJIwje Hotel DR LOUELLA HELTSiEY OSTEOPATH Office at Home East Tolcpltono No 78 t YOU want to take care of yourclothes and keep them looking like new take them to ELLIS FORT and have him to clean and press them Satisfaction guaranteed Work done for both ladies and gentlemen i i Ladies Work a Your trade most Earnestly Sqlicjted Room No 6 Green Dtfiljufng Work done for white trade oulV Ts Concrete Work Contracted I am prepared to do ifavejnent and other concrete work be glad to make estimates pave ments limestone is used in surface throughout complyingWtth city specifications in every lar Give me an opportunity to id on your contracts a R C MxRAQv N tell Cluyerjs Jra sfc d Oats Seei Cnrn Cine SeeS M t Cow Peas Beans fleJts Seed Potatoes Cabbage io v a kinds Garden Field and Lund Plaster and Fertilizers Wihe us for prices and samples State what you want NASHVILLE SEED GO 215 Second Avenue North NASHVILLE TENN Anything you want in reading matter no difference where publish ed can be promptly supplied by this office INTERESTING Com6 i Engflsh A MOJrnUV aiAGAZlNR DEVOTED TO 7ni VSR p Bxcusir JOSEPHINE TURCK BAKER Editor PARTIAL COXTKCTS Queries and Answers The Art of Conversation J Shall Should aud Would VI to Use them Pronunciations Century Diction Correct English in the Home Correct English in the School What to Say and WhatNotto Say Course Grammar Course in Letter Writing and Punc tunlion JingHsh fur the Man Compound Words Hotw to Write Them Studies in English Literature SICO a Year Send els for sample Copy j CORRECT ENGLISH L Typewriter ribbons paper carbon supplies and repairs ot all kinds at this office D DI DR l I Street I Sped o I J rn rand jo s r L h tSEE4 IV I S td r f e itK rvhiileaale I Wd y S j l i1 Slips t Beans J Garden lcas alp Flowers cds 1neI rRlJ IIV jl i1ow to JSC lt 1 and Will in Business us ness AOttiTs 10 r nston ill I t t e e 0 own ding a SLATY s L ASWYlE Main ctcset and hall bags lieu 7 hCtr 41 lei l r n13t tirt c lu4 lip ices t t Plant to Tomato t GaTen r Mow aryl t w nicnrt m L- f SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY JarvIs Williams Oru H j n 11 st 1stSgg ilflllii Union toCk Poultry F no Pnn el nMtu tn feoe oo MM ma main eort thin nUlnj Write fur e Ulof ot fwe but fur U imrrnMl nnoe ca D B m XICM qty x G M HOWARD CO Serious- It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine ant kayo the wrong one given you For this reason ye urge you in buying be careful to get the genuine BLACK DRAUGHT Liver Medicine The reputation of this old relia ble constipation and liver trouble is Grin It does not imitate other medicines It is better than others or it would not bo the fa write liver with a sale than all others combined SOLD IN TOWN 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE I I j I I li aJI 5t il1 f I 1 J j j 11 indigestion I 172 01 r izLL Th krpsnllry srd oretwad sad at 1Mleif P y TRADE MARKS DESIGNS11 COPYRIGHTS lie our opinion fi It Communion lions ronudontlol on rateuia entfrco Oldest 1atcuta taken through tlunn Co receive notice without chnrao lu SckMiiffc UtiKrican ltln triit l weekly I inrcst drdilation of rrlonllOn Term W a roir lour month II Sold by all nowsdcnlcrn Branch omce 2S V St COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New 0isco ery ANt ALL THROAT AND LUN6TIKHIILES OK KONEY REFUNDED sending end dllcrtlltinn an HAND e A hnndaomol IIn t mUNH Go381Broadrtar New York r KILL THE FOR C8 BrCiT1 SA ISFA rOB Anyone aketrh nsay yr n thee norm U si neF GUARANTEED is on every box of the genttfa Laxative Tablet a veraedy that ctuw u cold In w e THE RFCORD 5lc I lAKE t V i uinine day a yfed DISEASES SAVES CONS UFE My son Rex was taken down a year with lung trouble doctored some months without improvement Then I began giving Dr Kings New Discovery and I soon noticed a change for the I this treatment up for a few weeks and now my son isperfectly well ft work every day CAMP RIPPEE a q DRI NEW t r DISCOVERY FOR COUGHS AfJD COLDS CURES ALL THROAT LUNG f HER We kept MRS lva i r KIGS i1j SII f iS D r n lilT cally and positively NO make up your mind to or cure this needless suxrering I I nearly cramp to death My balk and newly me with relief but failed at began to Cardui Now I can do iny housework with ease and T giVe Oardui the praise for the health I enjoy Qjby AT ALL DRUG STORES V cr JItT i w af Wi r tI Ju C pS i i RiI 111Thousands oflathes suffer agonies every mo nyou do stol Is it 1 Then tpre ITAKE 11 M t J Z2 J r1it f x l Yr d9j tJ tr ire34i 41tK ntlwOl r wouId to t r W ny J r a c r if and this natural lie ti d cat Jj i4- Vi1 Help You t L I klnso Cary nod 7nali tLOU1rIe till side e 1 pain R t The J L Roark Estate furniture dealers and undertakers has added to its equip the undertaking department a Francis Engraving Machine as illustrated This machine is one of the very few in the State and goes to show the spirit of the management in providing equipment generally considered necessary ouly in the larger cities With machine the firm will now be able to supply ndividually engraved casket name plates instead of the stamped stock patterns usually employed And while the city undertakers make a charge of 5 for plates the people of this county will receive them absolutely without extra cost 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 have been admired by hundreds of people Articles of character can engraved In much better manner than usually done by hand This machine adds to the most complete undertaking establishment in this territory The firm has the only practicing licensed embalmer in the county a line largest stocks of coffins caskets robes wrappers slippers etc complete equipment for sanitary work and disinfection To provide the best in every branch is the stunt study of the ment and the generous appreciation shown by public has caused still deeper and greater determination on the part or the concern rto constantly Improving and on the most favorable basis With this in other features will be added from tine to time as they appear The Ftancis is fitted with all attachments for engraving articles of sny the mechauical perfection of the machine appeals to all Th public Is given special mvitation to call at any time and see the machine DlarrhWi Dysenlary anli ft Bowel Trvublcs of of Aliis plsesUon Regulates the Bowels itren- ithmrcsniira Costs 25s at Druggists or mail r C j d D St Loins Mi Mother 1 HesItate no Zui savo iho health and Ufo of Sm tne effects of tttt summers licitupon teething cklMr ltgrabiug ttfir4i1J t ment In s Buck every be of rana the view chataCWt re DR M P TT S w of Chihir f J1 r- jJ is the and MAKES 1rJFj5 7 THNC EA Ya 1c t ryour child as thousands TEETrIlfl4 is cushy and countaracrs over n- C VrIof i U h ji r le t O J l t tj5f taifi tt 21il tl1 J in 7 c 1iWattrh r progressive this funeral C ar con give r t see sue and y a vroCIIitC Intaitl Arty Y i ens C1uid t R 7 v rsaes alai ETT a hale ttorw iygivingtlwscpowdors glvcn pied 4 L tad JlfflsS s- Pa f lC1 e Y t1 r t THE RECORD Au Independent Newspaper rUnUHUBD TIIUBMUTrl BT RECORD PRESS OWKN KICK rrreltlcnt OHIBN L noAiiK OKIHN L ROAKK EDITOR LonaOhtsaee p n clam IM nrvr nnnrz mr nOn 50 CENTS PtR YEAR In TBKMB The HHbMcriptlun i rlieof Hie j r In uya ble in iwlvatice Mini when tune n expired to which It paid the will be topi Card uf thank nudes etc If not longer ten llti will W iuMUhc l tree A charge i rr tine will Uc in l for succeed ing Nd rwrlMlon uf ihia rule to anyor Krt Kamplr vupl will lie tuiultJ- Atlrertlnrnientn will be InwtrUd A rote rnrtt will b iiruUkeri ou re iueni- AiMr Hx and nil tltUucCM pnjr ble to HECXMtU ritKtUrccuYlUe Ky THURSDAY FEBRUARY II IH9 t tbe QrtenTllle Kyl oiUofflce a ifcondrtABu matter ANNOUNCEMENTS Ton eiitnirr Ve re utitliiirhed to Announce WALTER C KIMMEZi- it eitixllilMtc for Sheriff of Mulilrnbrrjr county ubject to tbe actlou of the Rrpubllrnn putty ron circuit CLTKK V are nntliorlxed tn nnnounce- C 8 CU1ID A ranrilrtnt to the office of Clerk V f of the MuhleiibcrpClriult Court subject to the action wf tbe Republican party ron COUKTT cotmr rnK We are nutlibrltetl to Announce F M LEWIS a candidate for reelection to the office of County Court Clerk of Muhlrnbirs county Ject to tbe action of the Republican party Werner antborlxed to announce 9 OEO M YORK candidate for lectlou to olflrc of unbjtct to tbe action of the Republican THAT the largest battle ship should be named the Delaware shows that the navy department has a fund of quiet humor MANY famuus men hadhey lived throughout the present year of grace 1909 would have passed their centenary marks Chopin Haydn Mendelssohn Abraham Lincoln Edgar Allen Poe Edward Fitzgerald Tennyson Oliver Wen A W Kinglakc his jtanan of the Crimea war Glad stone and Charles Darwin would have been included in the illustrious group Scarcely a month will pass without a celebration of the anniversary of the birth of great men either in the United States or abroad Pots anniversaiy was ob sewed in January while that of Lincoln will be observed Feb 12 Mendelssohn was born Feb 3 1809 Chopin his colleague in music Mar ijKdward Fitzgerald famous as the translator of Omar Khayyam March 31 Oliver Wendell Holmes the Autocrat of the Breakfast Ta 39 and Gladstone Dec 29 in the year 1809 The Ttwi Farmer Will the American farmer of the future live in towns Such a change in sncial conditions is prophesied by the president of international ir rigation congress which is to be held in Seattle during the coming sum mer There will be no need for a government commission to study farm life if Mr Barstows view is correct The farmer and his family will live In town They will have the advantages of churches schools markets and more agreeable social life The farm will be reached eas ily by trolley cur by automobile or by horse and buggy The Isolated farmhouse will be a thing of the And with its will go many of the reasons for the discontent of the boys and girls who have been wont to turn from its loneliness to the livelier conditions of urban surroundings The United States government is helping toward this change by its policy in connection with the lands to be reclaimed through its irrigation projects It is laying out towns every five miles It is providing for small farms and intensive farming The owner will be able to live in town and yet be within easy reach of his land Such a system if successful may have important influence in many other places where frlready the farmer in tows is a familiar Some of the holdings in were planned so as to bring the bosses of the people close together A good m ny villages and towns have grown up the cluster of farm houses located at the point of juncture of quarter sections The for the irrigated lands is a step v IjtiU farther j advance Facilities as is a i A a v CX 2 nt flhlt 1011 nil La hit I of aU uutnUHICaliuna r sE-a rell a 1 j for election nub fORuIL1n re ohne T A l t to w pact 1 reclaimedand S to iides figure J J pUn a t r e ly r secrctar7- YRS7 Afa APVA JCL for paper thin 5 lines h make rr ramierr Cs conk re the Jailerpasty i AL dell rp loot bleu 4 S i F eat das y rend p t kr rA- te h for communication arc the determin IDS factors Good roads arc im portant Formers tire reiliir u that never before 1 he automobile gaining favor with the man in the country Where it is available tame wants fur lulls The wren residence plan has its obvious ad vantages There is another side There is satisfaction in living upon broad acres There is a freedom never experienced in the restraining bounds of the town Tin country house has its peculiar charm Not every farmer cares to give up rural delights for certain manifest advan cages secured nearness to But it is plain that some parts of the west arc to sec new methods in agriculture unload them being the closer relationships oMife which the convenient will pro vide Hear Perry on the night of the Everybody skates nr islearning The rink drawing crowds daily and nightly Mrs Mildred Spalding of Union town is visiting the family of Judge C Jonson Drop in and have a cup of coffee and hot biscuits at our store any day next week Will be glad to see you if you intend to buy or not G M Dexter Co Remember the Lincoln special train leaves Greenville at 6 oclock in the morning What is there funnier titan a good old Komospun rural play and to of this class of stage fun we see A Pair of Country Kids at the opera house next Tues day night Mrs Dr E R Yost is improved and her condition now is gratifying with hopes that she will rapidly recover Rufus Dennis solicits hauling of all kinds and gives prompt and careful service at reasonable rates The many friends ol Hop Q B wll be that he has been resting easier and has perhaps gained somewhat the last few days Spring Hilt Poultry Yards have some extra good B Rock cock orels for sale at i and 2 Book sag orders for Eggs at i for 15 Boone county white seed corn at 2 per bushel sacked Satisfaction guaranteed Phone 1651 J T Spurlin Dcpoy Ky Mr Clayton D Haden has been secured as instructor at the skating rink and will attend at all times ready to assist those who need his services He is one of the best skaters in the county and will prove a valuable acquisition to the rink Take advantage of the special of fer on the Louisville Daily Herald and The Record both one year for 275 C Jay Smiths A pair of Coun try Kids company at the LaMeade opera house one night only Feb 1 6 in said to be one of the latest rural plays Announcement is made that meetings of the W C T U will be held the first Thursday afternoon of each month The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs Harry Wilkinson and all members are invited to be present and bring visitors Call on Roark for one of his 1909 calendars Mr Chas W Roark is local rep resentative ofsome of the bcpt fire insurance companies and will ap preciate your business which will be cared for promptly and in the very best manner Btray Nttkc Taken up as a stray by J V Dose of Muhleuberg County Ken tucky in Powetjy Kentucky One Roan Cow dehorned about 5 years old marked with crop hole and in the right cur crop and in the left ear J Y POSSS states on oath that he has not altered or ohanged the marks of said cow This January 2iud 1909 J Y Doss Appraised and valued at 15 by JHjeltsleyaod J Y Doss 4 b neighbors town Igth lovers to Coleman J urn I S Tuesday I hole fT JP bI C t J 0- 4 rI I I L ties to advise tt considerably glad io th under dit 3t ii d5 r V Death c Mrs T L Piliiuan- Miiry Ann wife Mr T R Pit man died ni G j oclock Saturday mormog uf her hulas in the west cud trout tuberculosis of the lungs from uhi h she hud long been a Mitiurer and which had slur some months confined her to the room with no hope that she could recover Deceased WAS in her 6ist and was on account of many Christian virtues widely known and generally beloved Funeral services were held at the Methodist church at 1 1 oclock Sunday morning con ducted by Rev F Lewis the pastor and was largely attended Interment followed in Evergreen cemetery This is the first death in the family and beside the bus band tho following children survive Mrs T C Baird Messrs Rufus Hurris John Chester and Stephen Pittman all of whom reside in the county They have the deepest sympathy of a wide circle of rela tives and friend of i I t ins year t The Illinois Cen tral R R will run special train from Greenville to Hod and return tomorrow leaving hero at 6 a m arriving 940 making about a dozen stops en route Re turning will leave Hodgcnville about p m after exercises are all over The round trip fare is 335 and many parsons from here and nearby points will attend the Lincoln cen tennial services see the President his wife and daughter and mingle whh the patriotic thousands who will gather from all parts of the nation f A old girl of E N Martin colored died Monday and was buried Tuesday in the end cemetery Tha moth er has been In serious condition but is now in an improving toads lion The Majestic Manufacturing Co of St Mo will have a man at G M Peter Co store next week who will show you how to bake biscuits brown top and bottom iu three minutes Dont miss the chance of seeing the great cooking wonder Tickets for the isSfJwi Mr Edward Baxter Perry can be had at the drug store of Jarvis Williams The prices will be 50 35 and 25 cents Mr Perry will appear here at the opera house on Friday night Feby 19 and carries his own grand piano He appeared here about 14 years ago and will be remembered as the most pleasing artist our people have ever heard here MrD J Duncan is in Chicago this week conferring with the offi cfals of the Consolidated Casualty Go a new with a 2000 000 paid up capital which writes every character of insurance except fire and life Mr Duncan is the state agent for Kentucky and West Virginia and by his friends as this is a very im portant position and his ability as an insurance man has won his ap pointmcnt The friends of Mr D J Duncan have been looking at 100 in new gold coin which he received this week from the British Casualty Co as a prize for the greatest amount of business secured during the months of October November and Decem ber There were six prizes and while Mr Duncan did not get the Hud onllle at afternoon west lccturc beingcongratulated amonge two wceks Loup reF company t Wall Paper Wafl Paper selected with a view to is hannpnioua effect will contribute more to the cheerfulness and beauty of your home than Mil eke q ALFRED PEATS PRIZE WALL PAPER is the of modem wall decoration and offers the widest range of choice in pattern and 5 Samples and etiwctsii upon request G B ADAHSON Greenville Ky 3U II q perfection tt hed A ont ono t ro t 0 i iLl rustle priced The apple was first served by Eve There is as much in apples as in men and we believe we have some apples for sale now that are better than the kind Adam ate and those were tempting enough CHOICE JUICY TIMELY FLAVORED APPLES are grown only in certain places where the climate is right where their cultivation is understood and perfected WE KNOW WHERE TO GET THEM If you like good apples try ours Some other good things weJiave in the fruit line is nice Florida sweet oranges large Florida grape fruit Tangyrines etc PROMPT DELIVERY IS OUR SPECIALTY 03r Phone Us If You Want It Quick Phone 142 W H BRIZFNOINE RANGES STOVES RANGES have added a line of Ranges and Stoves to our stock and can save you money on them Our Ranges are Asbsstus Lined thereby retaining the heat j to lz the fuel 4 Give us a call and be convinced that we arc right in quality and prices Respectfully DUKES MCDONALD Ranges Ranges Stoves HBATING STOVES lof every description Guaranteed prices and quality to suit We are practical iS6s8lkd UM we do our work right The Wise Furnace for Wise People Phono I t9 Estimates Macl CJUBM BROWN TilE TINNER CO INCORPORAT121X Central City Kentucky 4 n u r Are food t U sK t U I I B Jr r c andsaving I 1 I tine i l but r j oJ Z i n Apples Mans Natural difference COM e e e r for nothing Tho BEST Fire Insurance that any country building can kava la 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 Companies recognize its advantages and are glad to quote lower prices where it is used Drop in and see them G M DEXTER CO Agents THE YEAR OF GREAT PROSPERITY READ SIp Emmtttg ftost FREE1909 Edition Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas to all who Subscribe for Six Months or a Year EVERY TRUE KENTUCKIAN SHMJLO HAVE A C fT tF TIM IfLtMtti WALL ATLAS Tha latH Ktflhicky T 1909 Full a d Ctmpfek Engraved especially for The Evening rest at a cost of 3600 on heavy tucp paper It contains six pages 28x80 Inches Th Chart 9 worth of its kind are nine other rpqps of great value among them a of the United States the Hawaii Porto and the Panama Canal zone also of the World Atlas shows portraits of all the Presidents the Rultrf qf nil Nations Coat A of Arms and A page is given to Historical formation of State lo tho year 0UUcal of Kentucky resiUentisl Vote Officials area artf Justices Speakers of cu lap Mud Kioto h ccntive Committees Senatorial what Counties Area and Population Statistics of the Panama Lakes Islands ratio Rico Alaska Philip pines Area and 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I tr LI f c 4t T ri f IIr i W OP TIIE i 1 w v t T COOKING EXHIBITION r yxocaxrt H F SET OF WARE With ever Majestic Range sold during this Cooking Exhibition we will give absolutely FREE one handsome set of ware as shown This ware is worth 750 if it is worth a cent It is the best that can dont add iSO to the price of the range and tell you you are getting the ware free but sell all Majestic Ranges at regular price You get the ware free Remember this is for exhibition week only Ware will not be given after this week This ware exhibition at our store and must be seen to be appreciated Come in any day during die week Make our store your headquarters Have coffee and biscuits with us If you Intend to buy or not the in formation trained will serve you In the future A V wi p7 50t bebought Ve 1 the- o ison 0 r f Come 1id1f I FREE a a E 1 1 J 6f fi rj L Y FACTS ABOUT The Great Maiestic Range It is the only range ih the world made of Malleable and Charcoal Iron Nt It has beyond any question of doubt the largest and best reservoir V i ft uses about half the fuel Used on other does better work far v i The Majestic All Copper Nickeled Reseryoir heats water quicker apcl hotter than It is the only reservoir with a removable frame t The Charcoal Iron Body of the Great Majestic Range lasts three times as long as a steel body r Being made of nonbreakable material there is tically no expanse for repairing the Majestic t As for baking it is perfection not only for a few f months but for all time to come f A Great Majestic Range lasts three times as long as a cheap range but it dont three times as much dont ask you to take our word for any of the4 above statements but if you will call at our store a man from the factory where Majestic Ranges are made will prove to your satis faction that these are facts and will show you many more reasons why the Great Majestic Range absolutelythe best that money can buy rc 7it I I t ra b any th Ii i itt PROOFWe r ar sand f the rat Y w colt r absolute rA EVERYBODY WELCOME EVERYBODY WELCOME irttefctfVir Y DEXmQ COI cti8 lO k TO TM It1 rr 5 r n cil talTIMf ak r t JCOBTH BOUND O lit Lonlerllle IOC Cincinnati 1 04 IrfraUYille Limited 1M Central City Local Freight OUTBBOUhD xo Ml Fulton Accommodation Orleans Special IH Paducah 710am IltSam 154pm 40tSam 315 pm 1240pm NoT 25 1009 WOCnjLtrronD Act Vol XI No i f Sep Dukes McDonald about that THE RECORD enters upon its elev eath year with the issue today Be sure and call at our store one day next week G M Dexter Co The changeable weather ot the past few weeks has caused deaths the county For hauling of all kinds call Rut us Dennis Telephone No 189 Mrs C Wx Roark has returned lives in Murphysboro Ills jp utes every day next week at our j G M Dexter Co Ski Freight shipments are getting y heavier and Mr Pannell the trans W H feTraam been handling vast p x qualities of general merchandise the past ten days Sec R C McCrackeh want co crete work pf any kind r Join the crowd of patriotic Ken tuckians and go to Hodgenville to 1 morrow and be present at the Lin c coIn centennial services and laying K of the cornerstone of the Lincoln f memorial building President Roose V many other notables will i jjC present tirV Come and see the great cooking f wooderat our store all next week See advertisement in this paper LG M Pextcr fc p ir u n r it ftf trrl 340 Loc 1 I rt OOa O tf 54 tot1 1 t j JJI man rJ allover It from visit of some weeks to rela l Biscuits in three min Z has 4 r iouoI r 1 oJ velt I r I o 4 J i J Etc reea 161 New k- i std aew 2 ange r Sr J baked njht r tare V t 1 t 1 It z and r J t f hp- f J Roarlf Estate is in re ceipt conformation from The Say ers Scovill Co makers that the new funeral car which they arc making for this firm is progressing nicely and the vehicle will be delivered here in just a few more weeks now The contractors claim it will be one ot the fin est in this part of Kentucky Brizendine is overloaded on toma toes and as long as they last is of fering 2 pound cansat 7 cents a can The Cincinnati that j e Quite a number of people are planning to take the special train provided by the I C from this point to Hodgenville and return to morrow leaving here at G a m ar riving at Hodgenville at 940 giv ing full time for the Lincoln services and arriving here on return at about 740 in the evening The round trip fare is only 335 which is half fare plus 25 cents Why buy a cat in a sack At our exhibit next week we will show you a Majestic in actual operation G M Dexter Co The of Politics a drama in four acts was given at the opera house Monday night John Allen Murray the author lives in and the company was made up there The play is weak in plot and lines and the acting was ex tremely sorry There is only one thing which will cause this appear ance to be remembered and that is the distinction that not an of applause was made some thing that has never before ed no matter what we have endur ed TUB RECORD soc per yeai u owes Louisville expression Itt r centenary IS n occur t i t katk ef Mary Susan Mary Susan Lovcll widow of Samuel Lovcll in her 4th year died at the home of her son Mr Cook Lovell near Friendship at 830 oclock Monday morning Last Saturday about she suffered stroke of paralysis and there was never any hope of her recovery There were few better known women than Mrs Lovcll as she was one of the old residents of her section and was of that sterling type that respect She was a mem ber of the Methodist church and devout Christian woman tfurial was at Old Liberty at 230 oclock Tuesday afternoon one pf the graveyards in the county where her body was laid to rest among a list of associates of former days She Is survived by two sons and five daughters and has wide con nections among the leading families of the county See J E Coombs if you have furs and hides to sell as pays highest cash prices New Law Fir Messrs W Hv Gray and Cam Howard of the law firm ot Howard Gray have associated with them now Messrs W H Yost and Ruby Laffoon of the firm of Yost Laf foon of Madisonvillc The firm of Howard Gray has won a pleas ing position among our local legal firms and with this new connection is now in the very front ranks the all being such as will appeal to anyone in the need of legal advice and help The success of the new firm appears to be assur ed from the start Dukes McDonald have added a line of Ranges and Stoves to their stock f4 Card of Thaiks We desire to thus acknowledge our thanks to our neighbors and friends who stood so steadfastly by us during the illness of our wife and mother whose sympathyand vices have supported us in the be reavement we have suffered Every attention has made a lasting impres sion and will linger in our memor ies T R PITT IAN AND FAMIIAV Notice just a few of the efforts of the spring poets Lf he quartet ot lawyers 4 ser J h ell Boon commanded oldest 4 F POETICAL SEASON JWiNSi It may have been warm weather and sunshiny days or perhaps good St Valentine has been the inspirer but something has started the Spring Poet Doubtless both these influ ences have been at work for the editor has during the past ten days been getting batches of poetic effus ions The first installments indi cate a flood later on and he hopes it may come After some time spent in collecting and cataloging we offer the first selection this week and as the muse appears to be strong on the limerick line we name this lot LIMPY LIMERICKS Guaranteed to opmply with the provisions of tbe Poor Fuod law but not the Poetic This has been suggested pre sumably by the experiences of some skater who has been jeop ardy by the antics of some dame Who has just gotten into the game and gets On a floor crowded with skaters as a good place to learn poetry of nation A 63yeaiolcl girl named Nan Said Ill learn to skate If I can When pot ou the flour Six windows nUll a door Were too humll to allow the skaters to canape This is evidently from a Charter Oak engineer who has been taking lessons in the culinary art Thg hand as shown by the writing is feminine but not too much so aDd while the girl may not be able to earn her way as a poet there is evi dently room for her in the busy af fairs worldTHE A yomiK girl culled Ajimw DecluVed nhe ooitld cook like a drcum She utafted uomo pie Hut Whet It was dune The guests nil they liked aautuiKC The next offering is in a distinct ly masculine Speucerian and must be from experiences gathered as all our motorists are careful and have never the weight of a police court fine Jg THE MOTORIST The man with a motorcar hat Sat down on the to think Im not tired said f not my bank nrcouut I Though most every day It feeU tjuu The last one must be from some girl who is being forced by her pa rents to train a talent which she has not Poetry and music are recog oiled as very close associates and Y work- Ing placedin THE SKATER tt be ofthis said 1ft curb tol1e boo rX S hfi Ji Ii a and tithe r girl elsewhere extremely fd w from this effort at poetry we would advise Beatrice to save the money she is putting in tuition and it in the piano thus getting something out of the THE MUSICIAN There wan a musician of note Wrote Hoinethtni that eouudvd KO odd Ills fden14 asked WhattJ that A fugue or a waltz And he nntiwcreil1 Vell you can Go to the Opera House next Tuesday night and see that lively country play A Pair of Country Kids atid you will surely get your moneys worth Death ef M Blackteck Mr John A Blacklock ohe of the best known men in the county died at his home in South Cai roll ton about midnight last Wednesday night He had not been well for some days but his death was a great shock to the family and friends as he was not considered serious by any means He is survived by a widow and two children Inter inent was at South Carrolton Friday afternoon We are giving free 750 worth of ware at our store next week See advertisement in this paper for par ticulars G M Dexter Co Mr Clyde Waters who suffered from a visit of housebreakers and robbers who entered his store at Powderly last Tuesday night sud denly developed detective ability for he worked up the case and soon had the culprits in jail The thieves were all from Central City and were young boys none having reached the age of twenty Louis Harmon Albert Logsdon and Her man Waddell were arrested anti the goods recovered They impli cated W Q Breedlove another young fellow declaring that he had planned the robbery and was to share in the spoils Bought here and after an ing trial were held over to the grand jury Being unable to furnish bond all were in jail Strayed Six steers strayed from the range neat here all with li on left hip Any information leading to their recovery will be liberally rewarded li M BROOKS jnzj Slaughterville Ky invest we Theywere ex mill put n t H y coin in the slot investment search l Catty branded I- y f aw A Edward Baxter Perry the blind pianist of Boston has been with the Cross of Jerusalem by His Royal Highness Prince Guy de Lusignan of who attended his concert in that city with the title of Chevalier de la Melusinc The Prince de Lusignan is the lineal descendant of that Guy de Lusignnn who was king of in the Lath century when that city temporarily taken from the Moslems by the Crusaders The 1 usignaus reigned also over Cyress and Armenia making an empire in Orient which included n t unit the Holy Laud and the sepulchre ot Christ but also the supposed site of the Garden of Eden of Mt Ararat and the Tower of Babel Although the present Guy de Lusignan has no realm he is always called Royal Highness by the French who ac knowledge him only as the lawful king of Jerusalem and he has at disposal three royal orders the Order Ordei of Sword and Order of St Mt Sinai which is the oldest military order in existence All of these orders date from the tinge of the Crusades and the Order of Melusine is bestowed only upon art ists and literary men of note Mr Perry is the only American musician who holds it Our townspeople will have an op portunity to hear Mr Perry in recit al at the LaMeade Opera House on Friday night Feb 19 Tomorrow is the centennial of Abraham Lincoln and has been declared by Congress a nation al holiday It will be observed as much all over the nation but in Kentucky which has the honor of claiming the great emanci pator as its son Public services will at hundreds of points in the and most of the public characters will be present at of these celebra to Sate 173 acres of timberland on Pond and Caney creeks 2 J j miles from Greenville for sale Address 1 S Ferguson Ky Coombs buys all kinds of furs and hides paying the highest market prices In cash Not Wt 1 eel Paris he Melusine the Catherine- of I I American Till re4 t r j Ii If c O tJ t J4 4 0 i Necenter decorate Jerusalem was of birthday especially beheld some tions r Laid Ford fate y a Go to the skating rink if skate or like to see others skate Uncle Drake Martin colpred one of the well known old men of e the town died at the home of Se lectman Dublin at 2 oclo6k lay morning He hall been con fined to his for some weeks and suffered from a complication pf diseases incident to his age which was about So years Funeral ser vices will be held at the A Mr 12 Zion church at 2 oclock this after noon and interment vill bein the west end cemetery See the ad of Mr G H Adam son paper hanger and dealer He can do the work in firstcjass style and has the latest papers at reasonable prices Yiu can eat anything your ach craves without fear of a of Indigestion or Dyspepsia o that your food will ferment or sour dn your stomach if you will occasion ally take a little Diapepsin after Your meals will taste good and you eat will be digested nosh ing can ferment or turn into acid or poison or stomach gas which causes Belching Dizziness a feeling of fullness after eating Nausea gestlon like a lump of lead in stom ach Billiousuess Heartburn Wat er brush Pain in stomach and in or other symptoms Headaches from the absolutely unknown where this ef fective remedy is used Diapepsin really docs all the work of a healthy stomach It your meals when your stomach cant Each triangule will digest all the food and leave nothing to fer sour Get a large 50 cent case of Papes Diapepsin from your druggist and start taking today and by you Will actually brag about your healthy strong Stomach for you then can eat anything and thing you want without the slightest discomfort or misery and every particle and Gas that is your stomach and intestines is jgbiiig to be carried away the use of laxatives or any otlier asV sistance See Dukes S McDonalds Asbes Lined Ranges a fuelt saver f IA ant iIto Ii r 1Hi1tCSliH Eau tom cast J t ting I l Ii stomacharc caneat tomorrow every ofimpurity tu t r 3 t you s ester root ti all s ti r anything lad testines y d bests you t 4 mentor J without i s SM a ROARK iFvirrviture WdJlpper Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Rotbes Slippers ailtsV f 1 rr l I U t iI t T 1 If d 77 it J lf A fi 1 t L Wrapper rave V iine j4 Join tho dont worry club this year Nitrogenous food for the sews that are in pig Salt the seas ovary day rather that at long and Irregolnr intervals v- AB en ly man and a etrgily nI horse arc needed to break the Dart M the flock run down In ration Wellfed poultry arc podr sub Qts for disease Fepd rosularly The poultry will ilt botieV nnd will show their apiirecia lion In the fuller egg basket Profit by the mistakes made year Dont fail a second time In same way and on the same thing Hotter a small farm clear of deb and well yorkcd than a great big om burdened with debt and not hal worlccd 1 The with the finical apiietl will not prove the profitable cow TJ tow bo a hearty feeder to sl n generous yield affcrd a tank heater Well you certainly cant afford to let you drink the water through the hole In the ice in tho tank f Of you cannot dfp tho only but you cnn sift insect powder Into the wool and rub it well in Till Inca bciter A good question t lack ureir during these days who have time o think and leisure U tloi the kindly deed a few nut trees on the plar They are slow growers but once c tab lahod they will provide your chi dreh and your childrens children ro acn for thanksgiving to the planter The beet cattle are hardlc then dairy cattle Is that they ha mere hat worked thioash the mii3cl Tho dairy cattle put the fat lito tb mJllt or dcporil It around their Inter llacB to be drawn upoa when needed TIlls country Imports G03000OOt worth of tropical fruits each year Which lends n to ask how much o this fruit bungor of our people ml h be supplied by a better fruit production at home Are to sup ply the need ft takes variety of feed to keep the appetite keen and working to the ful limit this la your Intj steers begin to fqss ov Snapped corn give them a change day of corn and ob meal and toward the deal out two pound meal once a day to each steer ir ran havent a workshop In which you put a little stove to give you comfortable temperature in which tc work while repairing and overhauling the machinery provide one at once It may mean a little outlay but It will moro than come back to you In th facility and case with which you can maXo your repaiaa The Rook Farmer is generally the progressive farmer To ba sure then may be sometimes too science and theory and not enough practical good common sense but the wbo has the rare grace of combinin the two is the farmer who Is raisin the average of farming and proving that there is profit and pleasure in the vocation sly groups of three Try them i Three things to wish for health friends and a cheerful spirit Three things to delight in frankness free dora and beauty Three things to ad mlro power grncefufaesg and dig f Three things to govern tem per tongue and conduct Three things to hate cruelty arrogance and Three things to love pur fly truth aid honor Throe things to gentle and load Georgia la on the road to agricul tural prosperity for aa educated peo means better farms and better ilast year an agricultural high schools as branches of the State College of agriculture j schools receive from tho state each about 6000 a year but earJi community In which such a school located must furnish not less than 200 jfterec of good land and the necessary 4Klpi nt The people of Georgia fcaya responded enthuststicnlly hill acquirement and over a million dollars In land and money has 4ffrcd for their equipment i i Is so iJrt con lastr t 1 r 1 1 1 courseI t ticks relief r f are you t ns o i wIt reason t j f feel ben 1acC all t i II much farm II I ally il I s ibebrave v pl I I i iI j b I f t c P t f lP-J 1 a cola I 1 1 cow mutt Cant 5 cot shoe Clllkaock rho and glvo 1 Vhat mao air yell rave I d ry I you helpfng r Remember one aloe finish rna p s affection 1 r starthese 4 a t f 1 r 7 t g to r Poor economy to let th stock down oven If feed IB high Reform your farm this year Peed the soli better nnd then tilt it bettor Cows loft out in tho storm and wind are bound to show shrinkage in the milk pall It is to tho Interest of every dairy nine to produce not only clean milk but rich milk Make home tho brightest and hap pleat place on earth It should bo tho childrens haven The profit In dairying Is dependent on the kind of cows a man has and the care and feed he gives them Make It a point never to drive to town without something In tho way of produce to sell such na button eggs poultry etc When no rivet is handy a good sub stltuto can bo found by cutting a wire nail In two and using the part with the head on as a rivet Frnce potts are a considerable Item af expense making it necessary to iinlcc them last as long na possible Peeling off tho bark helps some Salt is required by the anlmala ar well as by man Even the chickens require a judicious amount Fed In large quantities of course would provo fatal You can put the ewes which are In condition In fine shape feeding a grain ration of wheat bran ground oats and peas about onehalf pound to each sheep The grain binder or thrasher nl owed to weather the storms of winter wader a cohering of wheat or oat straw will not found to be in very good condition for next seasons work Have the wood box large enough to hold several days supply of wood let it get empty You can bring in wood at odd times Wife or daughters ought never to have to go out after fuel The amount of money that finds Its way Into the pocket at tho cad of the year tells the whole story whether his cows are doing business or not You might as well hero one good cow as of the poorer ones It Is easy to get money into the poultry business nnd hard to get U out Go slow lluild up your slowly surely and you will be among the nurnhpr which de Glares that the poultry business docs not pay Gifford Plnchot the government who has Just returned from a 10000raiIo jaunt over the govern t meat and private forest preserves of country declares that in 20 years ho Umber supply will bo exhausted if tho present rate of cutting goes on Scripture nith that the very hairs of our heads are numbered This fact has perhaps Inspired some ttiduj trlous person to count the feathers a hen for ho is out with the informa j that the average hen has 8120 feathers concealed la various places about her anatomy The large calendars with the big white spaces where the numbers are make admirable record sheets the poultry Put In the squares tho dates the number of eggs laid on that day and st on through the month then 93 the leaves of tho cal endar are tom of file tftoin swag for future reference Joseph Wfng says that tho Amcrl an farmer too often does not know how to plow Take the average plowman says he in the average field and examine his work and you will find that he has cut a series of grooves leaving a series of ridges cov ercd with loose soil between them This he thinks may pass for plowing but it 13 not good plowing Some rules laid down by a auscees rut sheep breeder are as follows Do not breed to a dryfleeced ram The sire is tho proper improver but in order to be such he must be a good Individual and descend from the best lineage Study sire dam and blood lines Follow the show tint but show i only good wellfitted sheep Have a right Ideal and brood to produce it Honesty Is of as much importance in sheep breeding as It Is anywhere else A government bulletin declares that a majority of the paints and washes advertised to protect from at tacks of mice and rabbits are either without merit or are positively injurl 4 ous and liable to kill young trees Some of the waabes require renewal after every hard rain In experiments with a waah of whaleoil soap crude carbolic acid and water for apple trees it was found that in about 43 hours the carbolic acid had so far evaporated that mice renewed thou said to give Immunity from the rab bit attacks weuld invite the attacks of field nitro The bulletin continues Reports recently received bytho bio urvey seem to indicate that tho toirjJiBary limeandsulphur wash recommended for the winter spraying of trees to destroy tho San Jose scale la an effective preventive of the tacks of both mice and rabbits Ob servatlons during tho winter of 190C07 Indicate that this claim U I founded j I I run b over I I Jot the I I on Hon contain- Ing I I I t j trees I work the bark Blood and grease ot- to ill i c I I N owner a 41 business find y forester for upon i 1J1l1J JaE h77d 1 Underxtanding P I There U a land whrrs truth la king Where understanding sways the throng Where all unspoken lovo Is told And right has triumphed ovir The promptings of a heart that quailed Tho words affection meant to tell The praise that dlod ere yet It liloomfd Will stand revealed vhun all la well This ones who left un sore and hyrt Thp crrnff ones who sinned ant foil The crURhiniT at cur hearts with woo At death tho comn and the Until The hopes that died tho plans that fallod The pain and we bore When we have reached the better land Will stand revealed and bo no Then we shall understand the worM Shall know our huarta and road aright Tho actions and the words of mn Who struggle onward In tho night Ah better land whore truth Is Whore understanding sways tho throns I fain would rest my soul In rljjht has triumphed Oral wronffl Hard Luck Tho fat man had tho upper berth and when ho crawled out in the morn ing Just before the last call for break fast In the dining car and felt around for his shoes the slim gentleman from Now York was already dressing The fat man found the shoes nnd pro Ceding tD gnjpty seqt sat down to pull thorn on Thenho noticed they wero not his shoes Ho pecked over the seat at the slim gentleman The only part of his anatomy visible was the feet and they were clothed In shoesThats strango mused the fat man Then ho looked again at the feet of the occupant of tho lower borth Going tip softly he topped him on the ahouldar through the curtain I beg pardon air but I havont missed anything more than myahQes iAjycil Whats that I say I havent missed anything o far except my shoes Well Ill be JIgefooed exploded slim man Ive jot pn your shoes tore they take off that confounded dinerIt is hard lines responded the fat man but Im much obliged for them for me The thin man grunted This Is a true story If you dont believe it como cut to my houso and how you the very shoes I rescued He Didnt Say The banquet tables wore filled with stalwart wellgroomed business men and daintily arrayed ladles Flowers decked tho white cloth nnd ferns gave contrast to tho Immaculate linen The scone was one of plenty and yot con tent was not in the air At last to the evident relief of the guests tho in ltable t0P9 had cenao4 speaking concluding his long drawnout ha rangue with a savothoWorld robe menco that fairly made tho air vi brateSeeing the final gestures a deaf but intellectual gentleman Bitting along side a friend took a stubby pencil from ha popkpt and qn tho corner of tho wont card wrote What did ho talk about The reply came back in pencil Ho didnt sayI Casual Comment In the winter time when a woman la tho thought that maybo there wont be enough money left In the tank by spring to pay for thoso now fly screens 1 Tho grip has beon hard on this winter but just welt until next summer when the baseball sea son opens Happiness Is the offspring of a mans own heart A refusal to laugh IB not v sign of Piety Why did the cow Jump ovor the moon asks an exchange Because wanted to get on the other side ninnyI I could run for office of some kind thereby enabling mo to appear welldressed In an 8 suit of hand medownsWhen great man Mssoa a pretty young woman In public the womans friends are proud of her Whoa be kisses her behind the door the newspapers make a great scandal of it the public la on a good thing A carpenter never looms to bo thankful for having tho shingles Age is merely a matter of personal acknowledgment I have nn uncle SC years young who makes mo feel like an antiquarian every time ho drops in to visit me Ho has a heart of youth and tho laughter of twenty Why not Some people think they have re ligion when In fact all they have IB A long taco and a grouch suffering morel theo When fin jumpIng warm- Ing oaht worry nbout nnyllilng else there she ypun MoralLet T I f aV3I r aaw wrong the Ill grandma particularly sec a F Furniture Moldings Wall Paper We carry on our floors and in our ware rooms the largest variety of Furniture in Muhlenbcrg If we do not have what yuu want we will get it for you We have factory con nections with makers of the finest goods in the country and through Our Special Order Department can supply any articles at less prices than city stores or mail order houses Our Picture and Room Moldingstocks arc always complete Wallpaper Is now a staple article of mer chandise being used all the year round And wo always have full selections prices 5 cents and up per roll ftHffy 5Eit0raiiiit0- t3FOur Engraving Machine Is the only one in this part of Kentucky and we are exclusively prepared to supply individual Name Plates which we furnish on all outfits without extra cost Uuderrakiiig arid 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