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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i I i afl Record Advertising Costs Nothing It pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates jH n 6CX5 1011 7 1 The Eyes The blessing of good eyes is uni vernally conceded in the abstract but in the concrete it is inadequate ly appreciated if one may judge from the lack of care taken to pre serve it The eye is a wonderful urban but singularly unfitted to cope with the tremendous strain which the present reading and writing puts upon it It may seem to be an extreme state mcnt it is safe to say that not one educated reading person in ten has a pair of eyes which can be perfect The most common defect is that is to say an irregular ity in the refracting part of the eye which interferes with correct focus ing of what is looked at What ought to be seen as a point is regis tered on the retina as a short line The result of this is that the myriads of points of which every object is composed are seen as lines and there is therefore a greater or lesser blurringCustom prevents the recognition of this imperfect vision when the defect is slight but the fault is seen at once when one looks through a glass so ground as to compensate for the irregularity in the eye for then the image is perceived with a distinctness and sharpness of that is a revelation This astigmatism is often the cause of headaches dizziness troubles which arc unexplain ed and uncured until the oculist cor rects the eye defect by properly fitted glasses It would be well if every child who is backward in school who shows a dislike of reading or who complains of frequent headache were taken to the oculist for It would be shown that many a dun child has a good HistnrTinattnn study is natures ftoi to stve his j the body is exhausted and when one is fatigued the eyes should not be used for close work Reading on a car or railroad train is bad for the constant oscillation puts a great strain on the muscles of the eye which regulate accommo dationWhen reading or writing by arti ficial light a shade over the eyes is be recommended In the day time the light should fall on book or paper from behind and a little to tle left to prevent shadows One Siould never read or write for a long time continuously but should look up occasionally across the room or out of the window to relax the strain on the eye muscles Symptoms of cyc strain are an uncomfortable feeling leading to rpeated winking or rubbing of the eyes secretion of tears redness and itching of the lids sties falling of the lashes a bloodshot condition and evening headache Bathing with cold water a pinch of salt will often give relief to tired eyes but if the tiredness is persistent it is a sign that glasses are needed Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment does not burn or blister anchrehevcs pain in a few minutes For sale Williams fer tke CkiMrci An entire city depariment exclusively to the welfare ot children and planned to maKe its city a paradise for little folks is the measure that Hartford Conn is preparing in order that its 40000 children may grow up into healthy intelligent voters and wives of vot ers For Hartford is beginning to real ize that municipal ordinances just fe in the cities are constructed glfftost wholly in the interests t f adults and their convenience The ehildrren are liable to be overlook cd in the hurlyburly and too fre quently robbed of the essential rights of childhood simply because it is nobodjfs business to appeal for themThe juvenile commission is Hart fords answer to this condition a commission consisting of six citizens who hold no other office and who are to work in conjunction with the mayor the superintendent of schools a member of the park board a I II brain and that his o 1 Thei eye Y ell org n suffer when to bYJarvis Care devoted like I d I 4 L t I yet called astigmatism h outline another t examination Ycsfco varstralu- rIlls other t containing TO t A y d r Ita member of the charity commission member of the health commission and the judge of the police court The six citizen members arc to be appointed by the mayor subject to approval of the common council and will serve without pay The plan therefore would give the children six direct spokesmen and Wends in court and so make cci tain that every agency working the betterment of children in health recreation poor re lief is properly correlated with all others Under this plan the entire city government it is believed can be made to work as a unit to gain for the 40000 embryo citizens all those things which are essential to their well being and also those things which shall bring the home and the state into closer through the point of common interest in children Sentence Sermons Occupations arm the heart The larger the soul the simpler the life Gold is tried fire and man of ten gold The faith that does not revise you needs revising You cannot conquer any by cuddling it The only pleasures enjoyed are those that are earned Love is eternal because it never worries about dying They are n o t armed by flattery who are most hungry for it Measure the appreciation you by that which you desire Taking a bypath to avoid duty we arc sure to meet our deserts The mark of a free man is that he binds himself to some high duty No man comes to himself until be knows that he belongs to his The power to comfort others does not come from consoling yourself The leaden heart easily learns how to praise the golden rule in silvery tones Hypocrisy is simply failure to credit other people with in heaven will Sot you from either taxes or here You may know how heaven money when you see the who have it You never know how much good there is m men until some dark day falls on us all Some seem to think the best evi dence of being the salt of the earth is ability to make folks smart The man who gets out his ear trumpet when his neighbors are roasted puts it in his pocket when the collection for the needy is announced See R C McCrackenifyou want concrete work of any kind WANTED SUCCESS MAGAZINE re quires the services of a man in Greenville to look after the expiring subscriptions and to secure new business by means of special meth ods unusually effective position prefer one with biit would consider any applicant with good natural qualifications sal 150 per day with commission option Address with references R C Peacock Room 102 Success Magazine IMdg New York I hj rq found tried ami tester cnra for Rhe that t feht ii 1 Distorted llrnbi cljrnTJIc cripple nor turn bony fhis German with a In the ot Darmstadt I found tho lost Imcrodlsnt with which Dr Rheumatic Remedy was mado many cases Rheumatism but now at last it unl cures cnsvs of thlrt heretofore much dreadfd disease Those granular waste found in Rheumatic Blood scum toitlisolve and pats away under the action of this remedy as frotly as s sugar when added to pure water And then when distal ved thdo poisonous wastes freely paw from tho and tho causo of Rhonmatlsm is gone foruver There Is now no real need no actual to suffer longer with out help We sell end in confidence recommend education cooperation b b weakness bestow wcm6It h lfMkcd tkruuq torot trpln OYrrCa lion discernmentCitizenship exempt service regards people being permanent ar o 6 I That is can i1o Jim 4 panl of l t Withoutthat Dr Rheumatic Remedy DE IIIF fo errata OYerZCaltlt4ll ordinar experience a rm f xi po iu pore d Pio sin Chemist sand 8ko teens CALL r y it to grieve over wasted dollars as this fellow is doing after being doneCome in to see us first or time before you buy We may not sell you but well show you wallpaper values and enable you to save money you may purchase THE J L ROARK ESTATE furniture TaUunuer THuDertaUers GREENVILLE KY lastany wherever 1 DR J W 1 DENTISTBridge Work done at OQlcc In the Joncn Building DR T J SLATOjf- Pliynlclort and SurnecttO- fllcc Multicross street near Maln i CAM HOWARD WA f HOWARD 6RA Office In GrrrnBalldiaf opposite liMeidS1 DR LOUELLA HELTSLE OSTEOPATH Office at Home East Maincroc Telephone No 7H If IF Youwant to take care of your clothes and keep them looking take them BLJUIS and have him to clean and them Satisfaction graoVJecl Work done for both iic aad gentlemen Room No 6 Green BumUs Work done for white nf Concrete Work Coit cte ments limestone is used fsSt surface throughout city specifications in Give me an oppomy on your contracts R C MUV seeds Land Plaster Write us for prices State what you NASHVILLE SffiB C 215 Second Ntortlr NASHVILLE TN We sell Clovers Oats See1 Corn Can row Icas S ji P MONTHLY MAGA1K gj tTEJTO THE USE OF M ft JOSEPHINE TURCK BAKP W Queries and Answers JS The Art of Conversation iBi How to Use them Pronunciations Century I ttion ary Correct English in the Home Correct English in What to Say and What 2 Course in Grammar Course in Letter Wriiii tuition v Business English for Man Compound Words HO T to Them Studies in English Literature AGENTS WANTED 1 00 a Year Send 10 cis Copy Department E CORRECT ENGLISH Evanston III Typewriter ribbons paper carbon supplies and repairs ot all kinds at this office RlOW Crow null price r upstairs arecndl i WAD LAWYERsn If tt lNSTRUCTIVJil l tJPARTIAL CO TaN rs Shan and Will Should th duv u t tunc thc forsample s r I I I Btu a neon tale r a ib n I I new tot FOR css w Ladies Work a Special f v Your trade most Earnestl o kdY trap I am prepared to dperta other concrete work uc Il- DC glad to make estimates iive d corn itl ever a far aid s a 4 t1rnitp itcvtr Ic crttloue n at i111kt eat eauilis Seed Potatoes Cabbage t tats and Tomato Slips ir a wets as allGarden Meanst Garden kinds Garden rieli and Power and icrttlizens and sat les wants Avenue R rt Anything you want in r ding natter no diflerenceherc ui d can be promptly supp i i iii- iffice yr 1S I u Iv- Gorrec nc 7s ow ousoe11- n a v Ill or r pan W uld SaY r Buslates Write i- r rr ii ttor t r GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY A JUL S 1909 50c PER YEAR IN ADVANCE VOL XI NO9 3471 to California ROUTE Colonist tickets at the above rate will be on sale dally from March end to April 3oth at Louis ville via the MONON ROUTE to California North Pacific Coast and Intermediate points Monon trains leave Union station icth St and Broadway and nect at Chicago with all TransCon tinental lines beyond Inquiries will receive prompt at tentiun when addressed to E H Bacon D P A Louisville Ky The Yoitks Companion for 1989 The amount of good reading given to subscribers to The Youths Com panion during the year indicated the following summary of contents 1909 50 Star Articles Contributed by Men acid Women of Wide Distinction in Public Life in Literature in Science in Dust ness in a Score of Profession- sr Capital Stories Including Six Serial Stories Humor ous Stories Stories of Adventure Character Heroism 1000 Notes On Current Events Recent Discov eves in the World of Science and Nature Important Matters in IMli ticts and Government 2000 OneMinute Stories Inimitable Domestic Sketches Hits of Humor and Select ed Miscellany The Wceckly Health Article the Weekly Womans 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 cens for extra possage if he lives in Can will receive free all the remain np iisucs fur KjoS includinpr the C6mpnlons icw Calendar Totf 1909 In Grandmothers Garden 13 colors i The Youths Companion 144 Berkeley Street Boston Mass For Piles use Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment 250 size If it does not give relief or cure you your money will be refunded For sale by Jarvis Williams New type in the latest faces fresh stocks of stationery and quick servo lee place this office in position to command job printing wants Have You Been Stuck1 MONO con- r b or Up Anecdotes Article ado tau lt LII r 7 t6 tt lithograph din our r y n one tvay to Date ti 1tOlir at re on a Wallpaper deal life man who buys without looking around is liable to be held up sharply as above It is no good s ji I i 5 i FOR cOLDS PRICE 100Trial AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES OB MONEY BEPUNDED TilE RFCORD 59c ISATISFAOXORY TAKE GIIABANTERD I Mtihlenberg County J is rich in coal iron timber potters and the most inviting field in for investment ofcapital and pluck Kff 1r rD4 Az J J rJ 1r I 11E cIa etc er t X Y j Ken- tuckY THE DR KINGS NEW DISCOVER COUGHS COLDS AND ALL THROAT AND DISEASES PREVENTS PNEUMONIA CONSUMPTION i jj Two years ago a severe cold settled on my lungs and so completely prostrated me that I wasunable to work and scarcely able to stand I then was advised to try Dr Kings New DiKtrery u4after using one I went back to work as well as I ever was W J ATKIKS Burner Springs Teaa PRICE 50c AND fQO SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY All Druggists KING OF CURES j FOR AND U r j I FA LUNG AND doM IMt Tl JtMt MHIMM 0f On til i nor panMrj r r K occt nj tad trJ n at rnMw U a HBK far oUloc ot MIpntM Km rate c iMKaib m ranm MO C M HOWARD CO The most practical chair that has yet been made is the automatic on display at Koarks Nothing like it ever seen here Call and have a look We Ask You to take Cardul for your female trouble because wo are cure it vlll Matt you Remember that tills great iemalo remedy j has brought relief to thousands other sick women so wiry not to periodical pains female weak ness many havo said K is the best medicine to take Try U I I Sold in This City FS Wallpaper in endl s variety at Roarks and at matchless bargain prices 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE k 1I Writ taraU car I I ilCARD III I i For headacho U 1 rPOUra v11C1t 1 L sod Ir eatna sli oft utt backache t DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone tending a sketch and description may our opinion free an itonsftrlcilTroiiiliioiillnl HANDBOOK sent iron intonta taken ttirouch Jluiin A Co rccclVQ t ttlal notice without ScientiHc JSiiwtcasi n aomelr flr t M J PfWl I ftcajlll KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discover for TRADEMARKS us quIck I x on IIllene tcllia h tlqU na IPI Y forte JrWk I the 47 n tt a lento l n no gedealct Q t361llroaday rppp mcu F lit Wuhintun Nervous Women r nervous tired women we recommend Utr CcUy 021 the female organs and has a toriic building on the whole system It contains no iKUc licnis being a pure vegetable extract If you at onco und give it a fair triaL t Will Help YOM j Sfcs V W Gardner o Paducah tried tail jnifat- I Ithink Cardui is just grand Ihave beea nsirr it for rfy i I urn 43 eld a different woman since iinking it I used to suffer from bearing down Bcrtoaarie but now the pains are gone and I akeps fooi1 I rccouuncnd Cardui young and Try 1 AT ALL DRUG STORM IIi l i lId arilui is a woman medicine Iti 1t sulfa from 8 me form of female trouble g ARDUII of i k l rd tL hare r ssncss hl j eoJiIof I hP acts s ccifi e t Ii t r r ears been ryacne f I Inwris iment in the undertaking department a Francis Engraving Machine as illustrated This machine is one of the very few in the State and goes to show the progressive spirit of the management in providing equipment generally considered necessary only in the larger cities With this machine the firm will now be able to supply ndlvidually engraved casket name instead of the stamped stock employed Arid city undertakers make a charge of 5 for suck plates the people of this county will receive them absolutely without extra cost regardless 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 engraved in much better manner than usually done by hand This machine adds to the complete undertaking establishment in this territory The firm has the oqly practicing licensed embalmer in the county a fine funeral largest stocks of cons caskets robes wrappers slippers etc Complete equipracntv sanitary work and disinfection To provide the best in every branch is the con slant study of the management and the generous appreciation shown by the public has caused still deeper and greater determination on the part of the to Jiveconstantly improving service and on the most favorable basis With this is other features will be added from time to time as they appear The Francis is fitted with all attachments for engravIng articles of invitation to call at any time and see iEugrahiug tar4iutiThe J L Rouk Estate furniture dealers to I patterns have been admired by hundreds of people Articles of every coo be 4 i fconcern any mechanical perfection of the machine ppear t a the teiachind j yi P r and undertakersthas ade its equip whtge the dpes character t car t view all The public is given s cisl 10FFETT1S r BiIfiG1 + i Suns Ghilirt jrifaiiiunif V Diarrhoea Troubles of ChilAtnoif lb Jtny Jtv Regulates S StnV1 flu the Child and n and MAKES 1do yet Aids T4ETJ1ENC lsY1 Costs 25c at Druggists or mail 25c to t J MOFFFlTVMi D St LMiVttfcf Mother Hesitate no jtv save the health and life ofyour as thousands H5vc Joic by givlrtg powdciyIs casly 3vcn and quickly counteracts and 0 rr child 1 com tho 5UIJPurs atIPO tetabngclrltatr u r r IoIIl 9 rr Mtct- a Iron abittS Y 1r w 1rt An Independent Newspuper J PUBLISHED TUimftUiYft IIT RECORD PRESS OKIKK T KOAKK Secretary EX L EDITOR LonpDlitpnoo Telcphona Ko Oillee lu nexuiwx rear of store Hour 50 CHITS PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Thr irt Jnnrr U pny hlf in Hlrance and when to It l paid the paper will topped tif thank tWinnrr noilr tr If not longer theft ten Hnm will or MI hert frrr A chars if for iicccd lojfllnr No thin rule to ftnyoff I r r Maniple copies win be innlled AriTrrlUcinrnt will br Inserted A rate card will lie furnlnhd nn rrjnest AdilreKTiUcomnui lcMlonii find make nil re parable to Kicroitn PR SS tirrenrllle Kr THURSDAY APRIL 8 19H XnUreri at the Greenville Kypot ffice a eeondctet matter ANNOUNCEMENTS rnn rnniurr We aulfcorhed to anrmnnce r n lMAU for Sheriff of UnhlrnbcrB county itbjeet to the action nf the ItepnMlcnii party ron ciRcriT cncnr CLKKK We ar anthorUnt t announce- C s CURD aaniMdM fnrre lretlon to of Clerk of the M hlr brnr Circuit Court mibjecl to the aetlon of the Republican party ron couxtr COURT CLERK ITe are to announce K II ZKWIR to the office of Conntr Court Clerk of MuhlenbrrK county rut feet to the aetlon of the Republican party W anthori ed to announce OEOMYOniC candidate for r etecjlon to the office of Jrtllrr anbjcct to the action of the Republican party CHICAGO is threatening to kidnap Evanston TnE Payne tariff bill is having that effect on the public in general GIURALTOR feels better Mr Roosevelt has passed and the fortress still stands CONGRESS is still holding together despite the lack of interest on the part of the members and the of the public decision of the Supreme Court oVTcnnessctf has been rendered in which all church property formerly belonging to the Cumberland Pres bylerian church has been awarded to that body known as the Loyal Under the amalgamation of this church with the northern branch all property was held by the Pres byterian church in the United of America and the action was ratified by the Tennessee branch of the Cumberland Presbyterian church A vast amount of is involved in the decision Be sure to skate Saturday night as you may be able to skate the following week free Nitke of EkctNi Pursuant to an order duly made by the trustees of the Greenville Graded Common School District an election will be held at the Court house in Grcenyillc April 17 1909 between the hours of 6 a in and 4 p m at which election the sense of the legal qualified voters of said district will be taken upon the prop osition as to whether or not the dis trict issue bonds not in excess of the amount authorized by law and m nq event to exceed 12000 for the purpose of building repair ing and equipping suitable buildings for the use of said district T J SPARKS T B PANNELL HENRY LEWIS JOHN H SMITH G C MORGAN Trustees The young ladies society of the Baptist church will sell homemade candies and plump fresh sandwich es Monday and Tuesday of circuit court A rummage sale is also being planned for a later date and will provide many useful items at attrac tive prices Messrs Cam Howard Elmer MeCracken and Mr Bert Hudspeth had narrow escape from a stroke of lightning as they were going home Tuesday evening The flash struck the ground in Judge garden and shocked the gentlemen severely Mr Hudspeth was knocked down and considerably stunned but soon recovered and was able to proceed home Vallpapcr at 5 cents per roll and up In combinations of border and ceiling at Rbarks s J i I a t n i EtCRD 4 Z IU I 1 iIi d Card will lr rllon of MIn t f U olilee Author for reelection YOn Ulnn i I Il A 1 i It t 1 I I f j I t n I I i r T If OJ I frr I 4F J5o4 TfJ1k oI J ii i t I IiI Owau ltfrx president ROM K sat ground TEL w aIet frr per Ilue made a s are KIM IEL A the I lust a tandldate ere a opposition xvs fits no property I hall 4e n v n 4 a f very 4 sidewalls hfiy S r1 orM1 ttl Q CITY ORDINANCES An Ordinance to Improve a pnr of the Sidewalks on the of Paradise street in the City ot Cjiceiivillc ICy The City Council of the City of Greenville do ordain as follows That Concrete pavements on the Last side of Paradise stiect in the City of Greenville fur the following distances and in front of the lots owned by the following persons towit beginning with arid inrlud ing on the East side Judge Top C Jonson 520 feet W E Drake 136 II Williams 80 feet Vir jgil Ford So feet William Ennis 80 feet and Mrs W D Gates 126 feet shall be made and accordance with ordinances of the City of Greenville approved on the 4th day of November 1907 and on the 4 day of Jan 1909 and relating to the renewal and con struction of Pavements in the City of Greenville and saul walks shall be four feet wide and said work of constructing same shall be done at the cost of the owners of the ground fronting said improvements as pro vided by law Sec 2 The said pavements shall be constructed gaud and substan tial concrete done in a manner and of the dimensions material and in the manner by the ordinances approved Nov 4 1907 and Jan 4 1909 as afore saidSec 3 The owners of the lots mentioned herein shall be given So days publication of this in TilE RECORD in which to do this work In the event of their failing so to do the contract for such paving will be after the publi cation of one advertisement in TilE RECORD let to the lowest bidder as provided by law Approved April 5 1909 J W LAM Mayor OKIEN L ROARK Clerk The City Council of the City of Greenville do ordain as follows That article 12 of the the City of Greenville entitled License be and the same is here by amended by adding thereto the following section towit Any firm or corporation owning or operathigvinthe City of Greenville any skating rink or hall or any amusement hall of any character to which an admission fee is charged or for profit shall first procure from the city clerk a license to so own or operate said property paying Tor the sum of 500 per month Any person firm or violating the provisions of this or a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof be fined 2 for each day they so violate Approved April 5 1909 J W LAM Mayor ORIEN L Ron Clerk Messrs W H Brizendine Co the progressive grocers have in their show window a veg etable display rack that is attracting much attention and is also greatly increasing their trade in this depart meat There is a top spray that keeps the contents of the rack fresh clean and moist and is an added example of the of our water works Mr Chas Shelton of Madison villa was here on business several days the latter part of the week Mr Shelton is in the real estate business at Madisonville and has business of that character in this hu home county He is very much pleased over the rapid of this place and of the whole county and sees a future for our enterprises and people Spring Hill Poultry Yards sonic extra good li P Rock cock orels for sale at Si and 2 Hook ing orders for Eggs at fur 15 Boone county white seed corn at per bushel sacked Satisfaction guaranteed Phone i6si4 J T Spurlin Uepoy Ky fn When you consider that there is no poll tax anti that 25 cents on the 100 is the limit that can be as sessed against your property can you afford to vote against the bond issue A building such as planned and a school like that which will naturally follow will be worth in money value only much more it will cost Of course the tional advantages are to be ed above every other feature Free tickets will be given at the rink Saturday night and every night next week The management will explain in detail 9 J ton feet W constructed- in workmanlike provided from the ordinances- of tt person corporations installed benefits considerable advancement have S I S2 S T 4 Jrrt f i P 1 f ht East- side ordinance ther oftshall brg th t ann Judge Paces Residence Damaged By Fire The home of Judge R Pace was discovered to be on fire about 30 oclock Monday nJgbt nwl hilt fur prompi and intellig lit work would have been destroxed Mr Henry Lewis observed smoke issu ing as he was passing it on his way home and he gave the alarm Mr L Morgan another neighbor tel ephoning the alarm which was rom municated to the water plant and the wildcat whistle alarmed tuwn The Judge and his were in Central City In ten after the alarm witS given the fire was under control and was soon subdued The contents of the house were carried out as the water pressure couid not be account of a lack of hose only Soo feet being available and it was the house was downed At the point where the fire originated near a flue there had been no fire for two days It is thought that rats had carried a match to a nest starting the blaze Some persons thought that crossed clectric wires were responsible but there were no wires within several feet of the spot and besides the lights in the home were perfect exploding this idea The damage to the building is some 150 with damages to furniture and fittings of a like amount The loss is covered by insurance George Ivans colored died at the home of Bob Martin in the west end Monday night froth a complication of diseases Burial was in the west end cemetery afternoon Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment soc and Sioo sizes Every bottle guaranteed Ear sale by Jar Williams A five weeks old child of Mr and Mrs Guy Paxton of Luzerne died Monday evening from pneumonia Interment was at Friendship Tues day at noon and many friends q O u securedon thought 5c IS attended they minutes Tuesday tC AH KA ABOUT YOUR liDWAIKi told when you build of concrete it is permanent Just so if the contractor knows how Here is an ilea I have learned by What do you think of it The reason sidewalks break diagonally across the block is because the block is too large for the therefore there is a limit Before that is reached I will this season put in a strip of steel and remove the same before fin al sdt a joint clear through to the cinders therefore your walk is really large flag stones and can be removed just the same suppose the line is changed on your street or raised or lowered A pine i bar will raise them and you may fill or aligne to suit or your wall can be taken up and put down elsewhere if you like I will guar ante 2 you can do this with every piece of walk I build this year so you will have a permanent walk if I build it I have added this at much expense as it is protected by patents pending If you like this and the prices I have caused to be made in this town give me your contracts would occur with the sidewalks built here in the past if a good old fashioned freeze should come Long slabs and no place to ex pand Do you know the limit of the tensile strength of concrete Does your contractor Do you know the limit for the size of a block for a 4 inch walk If your contractor dont know get another con tractor I didnt know all these things when I first began and a few peoplewish they had got sonu one else But dont make the mistake a time by getting an inexperienced contractor It of course is unfortunate to be born without experience as in my case but I am thankful I am not one of those who remain so in spite of experience Cement is advancing and I have decided to make some advance in the price of walks after May 1st I will take contracts at 11 34c during April but after that date I will make an advance in proportion to advance in cement My mixing machine will be here April 5th and who will call on the job I will be glad to demonstrate to them Ahe improvement in the concrete mixed by machinery over good lazy at 4 oclock in the afternoon- I hank all my friends and patrons for the assistance they have given ne in my effort to make price I made stick by getting a suf ficient amount to afford to do it and all contracts I have made with thetpr Jviso in them will be done at the earliest practicable moment M Very Respectfully HI R C McCRACKEN t i You arc rade What nd hinds th rience sec lie t those HAMMER AWAY YOU INJURE IT Just what you want for your 4oORS FURNITURE AND OTHER INTERIOR WOODWORK they become and worn Makes them look in any NATURAL WOOD color desired LUSTRO FIN SH is the only product made in colors that are nonf and not affected by sunlight That tough elastic LUSTROUS friNisn THE MADE TO WALK ON wont come off It sticks to the to which you apply it butlnot to your shoes or carpets J T FOR SALEDY 6 M DEXTER C Greenville Ky t T IT Hf1NNAS t scuffed- e lilio new n surface t iC 1SIt t s 7t kinds clothing e A Little Good Paint in Time Saves When your buildings need pointing every days delay costs money tun snow frost are Retting in work Lumber costs too much to let it decay for want of a little paint It costs less to use than to go nut it We use paint on out work CARTERStrictly Pure WHITE LEAD Pure Linseed Oil Puro Turpentine and the most expensive colors The kind of paint we use never cracks or scales only years wear will remove it Let us you when ready to point We guarantee a ErsUclau and durably job Pont put it off J H HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 STRONfs 0URABIECHEAR- WAIT roK DE KALBILC KANSAS CITY MO goodpaint with l r14ylelJ lItrI t 1 rctR r S1- T Ii REVOLVING is rhEAVY R1 PRIG LB Nt Q- f LOUISVILLE AUTOMOBILE APRIL 15 16 17 HALF FARE RAILROAD RATES Exhibits 01 Latest Medals Cars Parts Accessories Etc Chasses and other Special Features SHOW KEHTUcfcy AUTO CO LONGEST BROS CO OLDS MOTOR WORKS PRINCE HUBERT LEVY AUTO CO MILES AUTO CO JOHN MASON STRAUSS REIMERS MOTOR CAR LlS CO t CO- t I I V I PIANO jfeOULL always find that the best place for you to trade is at the store that buys its gcjiods with your interests in mind The tiling that is best for you to buy is he best for us to buy thats why we a line of Crown Pianos and Crown Theres nothing better for ypu or for us Mi M Morgan Sonf Greenville Ky A Wickliffe President C E Martin Vice John T Reynolds Jr Cashier Wood Assistant A Wickliffe E J Puryear R T Martin J T Reynolds Jr Ed S Wood C E Martin Geo W Martin Subscribe for The Record Only 50c I t I k r t carry I WT aOTa BaT tttOfficersV President Ed S CashierDirectorsW 0 lLf IWI tI vbiFgpr c t1 1 t rc S t Cam LasInab- t t1r Ycntuckg s t t 1 NOTICE On April 1st 1909 we will start our ice delivery and during the month of April we will make three deliveries per week on Tues day Thursday and Saturday The wagon will not cover the entire town unless we receive word that ice is wanted If the wagon does not pass your residence on its regular trip call up phone 251 and we will supply your wants The coupon system will be used again this year and regular deliveries will not be made unless you hold a coupon book Ii you hold part of an old book please cell at the Companys office and cash for same as we shall use a new style of book this year We shall also furnish you an ice card to placed where the driver can see it from the street when you want ice The driver will not stop unless this card is in place The card will show the amount of ice you want You will aid us in giving you prompt service by using this card according to the instructions print ed on same Our aim is to give prompt and efficient service GREENVILLE LIGHT WA TER CO INCORPORATED A GILMAN Manager CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH fiREENVILLE KY REV OWEN A BARBEE Pastor EASTER April 11 Ip09 11 A M Sermon The Resurrection A Freewill Thaw feting wilt be Received rTt 12 M Reccfttng New cn 6 rs f 7 O P M Sermon The Second Coming Jesus This sermon will be repeated on this occasion by request WEEK NIGHT SERVICES 730 P M Monday Song Service Jesus In Song H Tuesday Sermon Jesus Inaugural Sermon III Wednesday Sermon Jesus Seeking The Lost IV Thursday The Lords Supper V Jesus in Death No senIces Saturday The general public is cordially invited but endeavor will be made to have every member of the church present and answer to roll call Some loaner pastors have been Invited to be present SPECIAL MUSIC IN CHARGE OF MR REYNOLDS Send Flowers to Mrs Felix Rice Chairman of Committee i er wcr o 1 0 1 receive b I t J PASSION WflK t lf t f2 o o i H r I FridaySermon especial yy SEkYIUS x I 60000 BODIES AnRiaHy 0lsccU MlI4tJlfc Tables eR BUUGLAIllKOOF GUAVU VAULT furabsolute protection animals ODd Is nlrtl nouUl be employed THE BIKER i nlm1lust tho 1 t of tho 1 and waterproof A AU1every In v n e JLtKElt 1lit allalaea The DAKAR VAULT carried IB stock hy The J L ROABK ESTATE Greenville Fines Lino of Funeral and Otirial Goods 5PrCha ion Chemical Ca Sok Makes jcWOhio EASY TO PUT ON SAVES COST OF INSURAN The BEST Fire Insurance that any country building can have is a Cortright Metal Shingle Roof It cannot burn It cannot leak It never needs repairs and makes the handsomest long lived roof on the market Insurance Companies recognize its advantages and are glad to quote lower prices where it is used Drop in and sec them 6 M DEXTER CO Agents t J i 1 tl f f 1 L I The only Baking PowdEr f6 Made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar e 4iN 1491VAr4 Makes delicious hot biscuit griddle cakes polls and muffins I C It R LOCAL TIME CARD NOItTU BOUND NOIi3 Louisville Express 1115am- IW Cincinnati Express 10 LoiiUvlllft Limited 4WJnra 100 Central City Ixnnl Freight 316 pmX- OUTIl UOUND KO 131 Fulton Accommodation ISvlOpm 101 New Orleans Special 3 10 pm Ills Paducah NOV sj 1903 WGOiuwronD Agt THE IMMANENT ONE MY LYDIA II U KKiOritXBY Lydlu Howard Huntley afterward MM Slgonrucir was born at Norwich Conn Sept 1 lull nod tiled nt Ilnrtfortl Conn June 10 1W5 She wad the author of aI ante number poeoiH constituting llftynlne volume In nil and many of thorn were of n re IIlou t oharaetur nave ye not seen him when through partud Knows Uttke the Jlrttt kludlliigH of the vornul green When nSifh UK molest vnll the arbtttux blown And the blue violet bursts UK screen When the wild rose that asks no pare rufoltleth leaves have ye nut teen him there Irate ye not penal him when the tnnofnl rill CivstH oft lt Icy clmlnK anti Itttpn away In thunders evholnp loud from hill to hill In of birds at break uf HummeAiduy Or In the everlasting roar Battling gray rucks that stonily guard Ills shore When In the stillness of the Sabbath morn The week dread carea In tranquil slumber rest When In the heart the libly thought is born And hcavenit high Impulse warm the wRit ing breast hove yc not felt him when your volcelet prayer igwelld tones of prpT anttounulay M d w s w ye nee him till the day of dread V to the worlds the book of doom Is rend Next Sunday is Easter Lady minstrel show at the opera house tomorrow night Read the call of the Democratic executive committee in this issue Good morning Have you heard of the school bond issue H Reynolds has opened his gallery 2 The soft drink men are adding largely to their stocks Read the speech on the school bond issue this week Circuit court spring term will convene here on the igh inst The city council was in regular session Monday night I M t lunc n Oca 1teOIt It t t lung i j e IIW 1 Qeallo trn o 1D t1ro l mti1 n wi BliP to the Sabbath iSt flIIlIen I I V t of t i I ht loam I I mug hurl t 4 t ocean s t a D u stprt 1tl r r earth Intel uttlgraee eseace thesblille i i t r Get your tickets for the ladies minstrel show tomorrow night Mr M B McDonald spent at his old home near Nebo If its books magazines etc get them from this office Farmers are making the busy bee ashamed of himself these days Give your job printing orders to TUB RECORD This will be a glad Mayday for there will be a circus in town that day For hauling of all kinds call Dennis Telephone No 189 Livery men are getting larger business with the coming of warm er weather Beef hides wanted and best cash prices paid by J E Coombs Co The wind for several days during the week has been as wild as March ever gave out Two elegant closed carriages just put in service Telephone No 182 2t Mr Granville McDonald have moved into the Miller resi dence on Cherry street x Roahjciis specially and is subject lpr call anywhere On account of the special services at the Cumberland church this week the rink will not open until 830 in the evening Mr A W Duncan is Cherry street home by the addi hon of a veranda that extends along the front The Bard property in Greenville tor sale For terms write Mrs M Bard Portageville Mo Vehicle implement fencing seed wallpaper paint brick men are having all the business they can handle now The first lady minstrel that has appeared here will be at the opera house tomorrow night and the novelty will pack the house Stock bills of all kinds promptly printed at this office I 1 Sunday Rufus andwife prepared toa improving- his T harness concrete ever disinfect Of course in some lines of goods there various grades or qualities but when it comes to neces M sary to cure sickness we recognize only the quality known as first and guaranteed of a purity unquestioned We select all our drugs with extreme care and any doctors pres crPH ns brought here are compounded exactly AS prescribed and in a ft way that must prove satisfactory to the patient ffc Make no no bring every prescrip tion here no matter how simple or complex and it will be filled ab JM solutely correct and accurate with pure drugs iji We have the drugs the experience and the equipment and re suits are always as they should be because of the individual care ft taken with each prescription ALWAYS THE HIGHEST CLASS XIfj drug store goods of every description are carried in our stocks What ever any drug store sells we sell and every item every article can be relied on as being the best the market affords and assortments are large in every department Tr You may need you may want some particular toilet article or preparation Baby may want some little health or ft toilet help There may bo a demand for some rubber article We have what you want reliable dependable worthy goods Trade here for true satisfaction and youll surely k t f safety pleasure and satisfaction and we succeed to the extent that ft to come again and again Countzlers Drug Store a a t a 7iFwiI oII P11 iY I 11 I4 a I iW m drugsmedicines Wi ill IiW mistakestake chancesbut W Wi 1 IiIt m w1 ill Ai of 0 medicinesor W lei m wnew fresh with excessive care and offered you at Ii11 cost get U We cater to all your wants special attention to your 4 Iiyou will be induced W r l rOorOo rOo Oo Irc c we r1 k l pir Lrill H 4 I PURITY l l- t rS are ril f ill- x 10l- 1 S lei Il original selected 4 reasonable with t 1 r 4 l l ill lcf R y u e S School Bond Issue There seems to be pending some antagonism between the committee and the skating and sporting house committee each trying to get the favor of the people and to have their project first recog nizedOn the 29th of March the school called a meeting of the people of Greenville and the school district in order to take some action towards remodeling and repairing the old dormitory school building and to make it a first class district school house This early action seems to have been taken on the ac count of a proposition and reccom mcndation that was made some time ago by the sporting house commit tee in regard to erecting a large building on Main street for all kinds of fun and sport and fearing that the sporting building might be built first and then educational interests for a school build ing would become dormant and perhaps further desires moral and intellectual training would become instinct the advo cates of the school building have been actively engaged in bringing their cause before the people at once in order to get the authority and franchise and to secure preem inence of title over the sporting peopleNow it will be remembered that the sporting house committee m their report reccommcnded a bond issue of 5000000 for the purpose of building a large public sporting house but no time was fixed for a vote on said bonds hence the mat ter was left open for future action of the people So the school com mittee seized upon the called a meeting on the zgth of March and ordered a bond issue to be submitted to the people to be voted on for school purposes and thereby gained priority that would put them in the lead with the they set the ijth day of as a day to vote upon the bond issue which will decide the contention now before the people If the school bond issue is carried a j ine ui iftc peopc fiVei cu dputiog building will likely be deferred some future action A vote on the school bond issue will be a test vote of the sentiment of the people so it is but a question of time until the matter will be decided No doubt there will be a determined effort and fight made by each faction to win At the meeting on the 29th of March quite a crowd was prominent citizens of both factions of Greenville and the school district were present and took active interest Speeches of some length were made on this occasion both pro and con by Professor Edward Poole and the Hon Ben Tooley Professor Edward Poole advocating the school building and educational interests the Hon Tooley advocat ing a sporting house and sporting interests Both speakers seemed to get the undivided attention of the were frequently applaud ed and cheered by the audience They both seemed to exhibit and exercise such magnetic persuasion of eloquence and argument that the sentiment and decision of the people seemed to be vacillating and un determined as to what would be for the best We shall not be able give more than a kind of brief and extract of delivered on that occasion by the distinguished gentlemen Professor Poole led in the discus sion in which he declared that he was and had always been a thor ough advocate of school houses and all sdhopl interests that he was an advocate of education and of moral and intellectual training irrespective of cost and that he was glad to see so many people of Greenville that he presumed had such noble per suasion That education was one of the greatest blessings of life and had done more to elevate the human family than anything else that has engaged human attention that mor al and intellectual education and training had lifted man up put of savagery and slavery and caused him to become an active thinking progressive and prosperous being That education had beautified the a display of science and sense so as to make life happy and enjoyable education is absolutely necessary and indispensable to ac complish the achievements that ren der life a blessing and worth living that the noblest the highest and most worthy effort that people make is an effort towards education that such is demonstrated clearly Schoolhouse committe andaspirations languidand for opportunity- and peopl- eS April i b crowdand to thespeeches worldwith can J 111 r fir assembled summary when we look out our country and other countries ui J tee the ef fect of school houses universities that are scattered all over the land brightening and elevat ngthe people with moral and training preparing them to be useful and subservient to themselves and to their country and giving impetus to business and the activities of life facilitating and enerHng all the channels of industry iftidering ef fort and design a sue css in profit and gain I want to now that I am astonished that he people of Greenville who haw become so enthused with a little skating rink that men women ahfl rhildren some two hundred strong turned out and assembled skating tub in a side alley pay out be twcen 50 and 60 a greased pig one of the simple acts that I have ever heard of in i my travels I tell you now is somethingfYf wrong m more light more moral andVintellectual training to lift you up 5ri the sun light of life and to if you a higher conception of nblair I am al so astonished at the stinguishecl gentlemen who shall tallow me in this discussion that he has the au dacity and nerve to up in this this in telligent audience acTrtr advocate a building for T orting where the people can engage in all kinds of frolic and when lie knows very well that sport i iu thing but a time and talent wps and he knows that simply an empty sound and al and as a bucket without a bbttqmand noth log it and be gained by its practice an3tnafU has done more to degrade and heap misery upon the huiua family than any other engagement of life See whatMfearful fix Old got into sporting and frolicking T What was the result of Old Bclshazzars fun and amusement on a sport ing house and whet leas been the results and cfYectsUrnong the people of every naiidioimter thesun that have folio wcdf to waste and ruin ThchisWrVlpf the world i has verified iher is nothing in jtt fe K f Ar reefs and a on bar ren shores of Hut education F has developed y of the world and the pride ti It is educa tion that has crooned the nations of the world wfth deuT and glory them alhitfning star of moral and intellectual J and from whose bordent arise the glad some songs of joy avid peace as they continue toasjqeoJ ijigher steps of educational revel in f of life the bnghiescgem of time every individual devote their time and life in search of it it f if is something that v t be stolen or captured no n earth can vanish like the and leave you al will sparkle in thee flbw upon the countenance quiver upon the lip and give activity t rite brain and extension to long- as life shall last Now I ask you what has education dune our aown country that A a once the haunts of the savagc wild beast awilderness ofinactivity where now is heard of in dustry and soups ot fgommerce i where the bright gcnisot wealth anti industrial products are being heaped upqp air shores for the benefit and comfort of our lives See what great advantages and facilities that we have over those that have lived before us and of the display of bur yarious comforts and greatness iifthe fruits of education What is there between the the civilized the learned and the un learned nations of the world Can anyone be so skeptic as to doubt the power and influcncc of educa tion which renders the people and the country prosperous and tape The individuals that scorn and education with their best friend and are blind to the importance of their own welfare and happiness I want to say to the people of Greenville that the grandest act of your lives will be to build you a good school and have a good school it will tell well on the destiny of your in the years to come space allowed will not us to give further detail of the professors speech we willfonly add i r me tat aY at 1 title and e need beautifulcourt 1 SPO In to t 61lc 8 attract Job by ryilg that fun amusm b t it has ship ked I r Cen D d- r Wq PRIt 31C y 4 pool of th andmade ness more glorious of iJ r lectual research earl should r deprive you of it sport will forsake you in f and iorning cation nut 1iUUl ali area war house ton Asour permit Jrr 4r i over arid hay ir there Grecnville Y stand house before publics funny t chaff notht g deb and having a farm a 1 went and sia ntltfe the have been lost lit tyhirl s ort4an rif d as broke arc l thes time lit of fame an ta fields Educatiol s the chie cat poke u and tme scud mist of tic 4t eye the thothtaas for thc the ar resources orison save c and denounce l r that his peroration was eloquent masterly persuasive and effective When the professor concluded the Hon Hen Tooley replied a detail of which we shall not be able to give m this article but it will ap pear in the next issue of this paper U 0 C C The United Order of the Golden Cross a beneficial order organized 4 1876 operating in many of the states and having in Kentucky over fifty commandcries under the watchful care of James A Hodges Grand Commander of Ken tucky and having commandery in Greenville ot about mem bcrs has honored Greenville with its Grand meeting which takes place on the i5th of April at which time all the representative heads of the order in Kentucky wit be present Mr Walter F Jones who is heie for the purpose of or ganizing a class for initiation on night of the isth says he will have a class of about fifteen new mem order is most prompt in payment of its claims ten dots be ing the limit within which all death claims are paid The order was es tablished in Grccnvillcabout twenty years ago and embraces quite a Hum her of prominent business men as members who are very enthusiastic in its praise Anyone wishing to join the order should hand in their names at the Pannell House when Mr Jones will call and explain the merits of the order A Meeting of Democratic Committee A meeting of the Muhlenberg County Democratic Executive is hereby called to nicer at the law cfficc of Howard Gray in the city of Greenville Ky on Saturday April 10 1909 at the hour of oclock a in Matters of importance will come before the committee and it is earn estly requested that each member be present T L ROLL Chmn By CAM HOWARD Secy Carpenters ale overhauling the home of Dr Bray which has been put under a new roof a veranda is being added and the house will be painted Protect yoarpcojsenyby iinsunng it in the companies represented by C W Roark The condition of uncle Green Stewart is reported as gradually im proving and with this he has also improved as to his eyesight which is returning Spring millinery and wearing appeared very strong Sunday but the display will be much greater next Sunday when the Easter pa rade will be made Dr E R Yost returned the first of the week from Martinsville where he had been for some weeks under treatment for rheumatism and front he is entirely recovered Jarvis Williams sell Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment Guaran teed to heal without a blemish or your money refunded We are to have a circus May i when Howes London Shows will appear here It is the first ot this show here but it is an old concern and has a good Best carriages safe drivers good teams and equipment satisfactory service can be had from the Green Livery Co at Mr John Meycrhofer has return ed from a business visit to points in the north and east and good contracts for lumber He says business is opening up gradually in all important commercial centers Greenville has not yet taken very largely to the automobile there only one machine in town Hardly another town of the size in the state has so few vehicles of this variety and in many places there are several pretentious touring cars The Minstrels with a dozen ladies and three will be here at the opera house tomorrow night This has been appearing In all the larger cities and has given the satisfaction everywhere the press comments indicating the cleanest brightest most enjoyable The house will be packed here Rufus Dennis solicits all kinds and gives prompt and careful service at reasonable rates ifirstclass Jul six Commander th full Committee t t apparel J hich reputation ille securedsome being gentlemen company highest entertainments t haulingof twenty hers S 1 appearance JM Moreduck Watson 4 Storm Damage Heavy Tuesday The wind Tuesday afternoon cyclone 3 oclock and twisted things around considerably in town The Equity Tobacco warehouse suffered the heaviest loss as the roofs on all three buildings were ripped up and one of the buildings was sprung about two feet The rain accom panying damaged the tobacco but this cannot yet be estimated AH loss is protected by insurance The roof of Buren Martins factory is missing from a fair sized spot with some loss to stock One ot the small tower columns on the court house was sprung from its position Many residences were damaged by roofs being ripped up Out in the many barns cad stables are reported blown down At Beech Creek the greatest property loss is reported as six houses were demolished while two houses were wrecked at Drakes boro One life was lost at Belton where the rear end of a store was blown in Telephone wires were all down and there could not be se cured details of damages through out the but it is feared the loss will grow as the wind was the worst known hereabouts Notice About Tobacco Delivery To all that have tobacco that is pledged to the Muhlenberg Count Pool Your board of control re spectfully requests that tobacco be delivered by May i It will soon be prizing time and all tobacco must be gotten in proper condition before it is placed in hogsheads Moreover it is now the time of the year when tobacco will damage where it is in bulk J F Doss Chmn The Lady Minstrels- A ver appreciative audience greeted the first appearance of the Morcdock and Watson Lady Min strels last evening and from the rise to the fall of the curtain kept up a continuous uproar of laughter and applause called forth by the antics of the burnt The show is clean and refined and deserves the patronage of the best people of our city No minstrel and indeed no other aggregation ever came herewith a cleaner show and every person out last night will willingly substantiate this statement We wish to make special mention of the different acts that appeared last evening The Graham sisters two charming little ladies introduce some of the latest song hits of the day and one of them Miss Effic is exceedingly clever in tions of the stronger sex Frank Southall is one of the best black face monologuists on the stage and brought down the house with his roller skate dancing He richly deserves his title of ttAmeri cas premier roller skate dancer Miss Maude Wall in her own orig tool vpision f Sis Hopkins just from the farm was a Sru is a commedienne of ability and tal ent The Gilmore sisters present an act that is at all times pleasing full of good clean comedy and singing They were long time the hit on the entire Orpheum circuit Last but not least Moredock and Watson the ragtime kings Buddy More dock is one of the funniest in the business and as a trom bone player has few equals while Mr Watson is an expert performer on sevetul instruments Daily Leaf Chronicle Clarksville Tenn This Minstrel Company will ap pear here at the opera house Friday night The special services being the Cumberland church this week are attracting good attendance and Rev Barbec the pastor is deliver some excellent addresses The music is also a pleasing feature un der the direction of Mr W H Reynolds Sec J E Coombs if you have furs and hides to sell as he highest cash prices Rev Win W Lambuth tiled at his at Elizabethtown last Fri day He was a prominent minister in the M E Church South but some years had been retired being in his 77th Airs W L Richardson and Mrs Frank E Harris of this place are sisters of the deceased Mr Chas W Roark is local rep rcsentativc of some of the best fire insurance companies and will your business which will be cared for promptly and in the very best manner t developed speedabout count U corkartists herimpersona scream for a comed- Ians heldat home fort he died appreciate J county today rig pays earl vhen Caivcities is Louisville April 23 People in this county are inter ested in the commercial convention which has been called to meet in Louisville April 23 The meeting will be held in the Red Room of the Seelbach will last that afternoon being followed in the evening by a banquet tendered by the Commercial Club The dele gates will be given the freedom of the Southern Electrical and Indus trial Exposition which will open at that time A call sent out by the CommCr cial Club of Louisville which is ar ranging the affair has gone to every commercial budv and county jude in the State It is asked that dele gates be appointed by them to rep resent each county The is expected to have tionfrom at least 100 counties in Kentucky so that it will be the most inclusive gathering of the sort since the last State Development Convention The object of the meeting is to make the men of all sections if Kentucky known to thpse ot other sections The McCracken county man and the Carroll county man are to get together and the Bullitt county man and the Bell county man are to exchange ideas The delegates will bring information of the resources and needs of their re spective counties and this iuforma tion will be filed It will be the first time that a systematic effort has been made to compile such Additional local on page 2 Judge J C returned the the week from a business trip of a few days in McLean county Stock bills of all kinds quickly printed at this office Mr J V Rngnn who has been confined to his home for some has not been so well for a few days The wind blew down a chimney Tuesday on the residence of Mr James V Oates and injured roof to some extent irj ery Co A cloudburst of rain mingled with hail fell just after noon Tues day and nearly every house in town showed defects in the roof Skate free all next week at the rink Many couples will be able to do so by a liberal plan of manfgSS Mr Harbour Head was a line of boats in his livery stable Tuesday afternoon the water making good sailing there for a few hours Mr James Duvall was over from Hopkinsville a few days this week visiting his family and mingling with friends He is an attendant at the as lum for the insane Flies will not bother a wound where Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Lini ment is used hot sale by Jarvis Williams The flurry in the weather always incident to Easter is not to be pared with the tempest in many a womans mind over troubles lecting and securing adornments for Easter wear Beginning Saturday night skaters will have opportunity to free tickets for the following week the management Mr R C McCracken has his concrete mixing machine and finds it the very thing Visi tors are numerous around the ma chine and everyone is delighted with its wonderful mechanism Mr G H Adamson is offering the best B P R eggs for setting Telephone him for particulars Bishop Caldwell of the A M E Zion church was here a day latter part of the week and de sermon at their church Friday night He is a well educated man and has been instrumental in the general advancement of his race along educational and religious lines His address was heard by a large congregation and spoken of in terms Wallpaper prices at Roarks are lower than anywhere and the selec teas very complete now 3 Hoteland convention r present r Jon n firstof r th J 1 iIJIf you want Josedti mice teleph h Liv t- 2 D mente J operating coin ins all Ask livereda j fi C IS ltufpralse II 5S5 crawl e t F i y 4 r information rc ears 4 the carrlagczserb o e the Greenvihc A gr a w 1 ik x secure teethed r or two lastS i r s V are r tyt S ROARK Fxirniture WaJlpa per Shades Moldings i Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Rles Wrapper Slippers Grave Vaults ROARK iI c TO I r s r- w 714L w- i r 1 sin ec ion t Together ITnnd In hand wo walk together Down the l ll of life Ilrart to heart wo know each othtf You I my own my wife All the dnyu are not the the ways nre not with song But weve helped earl other donrl Helped each other now for lour Hand In hand we walk together In the sunshine or the rnln Helping with the load tu flher- Eailnc now each others pain heart Is light Im happy Wizen my tons buratu forth youf glad And we strive to lift each nnrrnw That would make the other and Hand In hand we walk together Down the rugged hill of life Heart to heart we know each You and I my own my wife On and on to meet thin sunset Thus we KG toward the trnnd There to meet the last hOlt over To the treat eternal land And no matter which than linger Ere the final choral song It he n thought to comfort That wexo loved each other long That through nit the world of trouble We Imve hared alike our life Heart to heart and known each other You anJ I my own my wife Too Old It you have ever been about a conn try store you will have noticed poor box The poor box Is usually a cigar box It Is kopt filled with not overly good tobacco customer who visit tho store Occasionally merchant will give away n clay pipe to some unfortunate who has como to town without bin briar This may have led to frequent requests from pa trons for a chaw of tobnccer At any rate In a certain town best left unnamed tho practice of asking for the aforesaid chaw became a nuisance A smart young clerk re I solved to teach one of the most cbawers a lesson Accord Ingly he procured a nice tender piece of sole leather from a shoe maker Ho painted It black and soaked It In a solution of to bacco and wator then he laid It aside to dry Later he Smeared It with molasses and pasted ooi a few natural leaves of tobacco It was only a fow days until the victim begged for a chaw of tobac can The solo loather was pro duccd and a spirit of greathearted the clerk told him to take the plug along He came back next day and walke lato the store with a downcast de Jected look and asked Was that regular tobaccer I got hero tother day Yes sir responded the clerk then by gosh I guess me I knew I was gtttln old and my teeth aint much good no more but I did not low I was so bad off Why I couldnt bile that danged terbaccer I set my teeth on It and bit and pulled and twisted like a dog at root but It was BO go But I guess the ter baccer Is all right Shes got the last and smell but dang me It I can mast cato her Guess 111 go home and deed the farm to the boys and quit working I am getting too doggono old Told the Truth Miller Is a sensitive soul H also has a sensitive skin Therefore bo cannot wear underclothing that scratches or tickles When ho buys underclothing he is particularly on the smoothness and of the wares offered Not long ago he entered a State street store d asked for a union suit of After looking at several and feeling of them suspiciously b gald to the clerk You are sure this garment all iHfrt Certainly sir I will absolutely guarantee that it will not irritate your skin even though It be as soft an ft babesAnd it never did for Millar left on tho suburban train that evening arriving home without It Time Sometimes an automobile lifts nan out of a rut anyhow The man who Is fond of flowers nature and children will never be a Criminal Tfc Individual who thinks and works tong one line may attain greatness When ho has become famous people cU him a genius This it a joke and unkind Ho the man who JIAB burned midnight oil to acWF8 uc teeM and determination a Xt there are worth more than al lore socalled genius la th Y rb The suburbanite is now clOMfy watching the newspapers for the first sign of spring His primal symbol is dot the first robin but the advertise ot garde seeds in the home pa per Personally I am going to plant lot of eggs this year as my wife and I are specially fond of eggplant To this end I am spending my spare time sharpening the posthole auger Who knows which end of the egg goes into the hole first Salvation IB free after tile preach er is paid Harlan Dabcock asks Ever notice that when a cabdriver catches cold ho always has a hacking cough funny part of it Is that be should catch cold at all Inasmuch as all days are fare days with him It takes longer to get a wifes con to feeding tho dog at the table titan itdocs to teach the dog to catch H o the end of his nose j I t ft I to II 1hen your oUt o shall t I the I r 1 for the I I I II ij fin cut iE t In ness i 54 I It J I Is 1 f z It I FUN I J Ii FIr J T Thee sent CJ f WJL rJo I 1 t itt 1 to J t li 1 I rug d and tire t- All v t j jz persistent h pt K Ir 1 Yell a Insistent softness underwear R y i Rag l t J went a d RM i prU The Brood Sow And Her Litter After the litter kitty got well started say from n wcvk to ton days the sow inny be fed all she will ert of i goo l ration but under no tiara mhc any change In her fetal or bail results will follow writes n New York breeder In American Cultivator When tho nre about threw wcta oU they will show nn IneUnatlon to cot n little At thin time they should bo given n little of the same fend as till sow getting und n little milk rummy be uililod Thin side table should be plnced where the mother cannot get nt It end the pigs nhould but a very II 4 I n colt t lent pig get A runn nrn cnusninc lunnuw little nt n time sal under no clrouin KttinivK should any be left In their trough to sour Sour or stale fetxl should serer bo tolerated Out of the first graliM n little pig will eat Is cracked shelled corn nivl if a handful he thrown ui on the floor It will soon clean It up The trough thit Is prepared for the young litter should lip oxtiviiely shallow that they may pat without having to got Into It A deep trough Is very bad as pips will have t climb Into It to eat and nre Habit to be Injured In getting In nod out Started gradually In thin manner and tinny changes In the feel that have he made made very gradually time pigs may he grown very rapidly When nt the rage of threx month they may be wesinsx by removing the sow front the yard or lot where she anti her litter boon and the pigs will hardly know when they are weaned It one wishes to wean nt an earlier ngt It may bo done but If the sow Is n good milker It must bo done by removing the sow for a part of tho day nt first then niter n tiny or two she may be kept away for a whole tlty nnd after n little nil the time till there Is no danger of n caked udder mid spoiled tents After weanhig 1nroM be pushed along as test n possible by giving theta good feed nod n grass lot to graze In If one has the milk It would IK well to mix time ground feed In It but It not nn addition of the to 10 por cent tnnkago will grow them about ns well nntl ninko just ns large n pig for ago ns It fed milk and at little expense Mix all feed quite thickly Many n feeder makes a great making his pigs take too thin slo anti they hive to tithe too much to got whnt feed they need As the pugs grow older n little corn given them In fact n variety of teeth IK ill ways best nt this ago but nil changer must be made cnrefuly 80 ns not to upwt their system or check their thrift Pg properly fed anti well brcJ should easily wwlgh n llliwlntij pounds at three mouths of rage ThU ta Hip cheapest huiulnnl pounds you will ever i U and It will not cost to exceed 1 to H coutii par pound while the next lain tired pound1 will Oust you 2 to 2 i cents n pound Thcno jiljjij plionlrt nt six months of age weigh front JX i 225 pounds earl and be ready to top any market in the world nt eight months of ago nt Jl weight of 2 0 pounds or more Ilnmllotl In tills junu nor ono may ship or sell his u before every man In the neighbor howl IH randy nnd In this way got the benefit of time early MflFlJot When cry one Is ready and mull aro Nulling nun usually tads the market declining it h ns ever the old saying The early bird catches thP worm It Is this kind of pigs that top all nmikptu pad are sold end packed In this country mud sold In foreign countries as best Wilt shire bacon and hams The Illustration sjjowa a pure bred Cheshire eight months old nnd weigh in r 303 pounds OlIO trop pOll of five exhibited at the Chlrngo Intornatlonal tot stock exhibition winning tin gntnd championship In the butcher nntl block list nl breeds competing Self Feeding Hack sad shed To stake a self feeding reek and shed set three or more stout puns firmly in the ground on each side as Ion as you I t 1 The They Inn lave gradually rigs Inll taken lie eras pigs err rccouio lUCK von xavjj KTOCK wish to mute the sued About six foot from time ground board up and roof Urn shed HUp guy other building with n loess window n each lull says a writer In Earn Progress Make a feodlng rack of through th yen ter like n V time upper end of poles resting on tho outshlo plates You coot fill wiih hay straw or fodder ns fast M onjoji frost below It will Fettle down nnd eau be refilled when seer necessary This makes n fine rnck for sheep rattle or any other stock at the saute time sheltering them nUll muktts n covered ma nun shed as the waste pulled out will he trampled un tier foot and by trnwplnjr converted Into manure n triple combination In one It made wide enough Time refilling can bo done from either end very ells ily aid not moils be wustcd p ICi shed rt Jt fit j rf z this i SENSIBLE DUST FARLOR n Ingenious Plan For Doing Away With the Corner Bath It without raying that fowls unnnt be xucccssfnlly kept In confine miiit without having nOSH to n dust lnth Ktpetlally Is this into In the colder cult into whore fowl are lime loiKol up In tVlr Routes for weeks nt a lime limo hens l y wnsh Insf teine1vcs in the dust gt rid of the nail nil other forums of I ody vr m In addition to that it Is thought that the Irrltatlrn of the test against the skis U grateful well nit hone relttl to the fowl In most well rebuilt oil poultry lun oa the dust lath li provided by nnllins hoards of the propor height diagonally across one earner of the pen This rmnwors IOTP very well for the lniird ae always made so liljjj that the birds cannot shake the dust over Dust semen rag time goes PAULOR them The great objection however to dust In poultry Rouses null tint hats cnnsctl breeders n good deal of thought In time effect that time constantly stirring dust ha on the birds There mire some authorities who declare that the coughing and sneezing which rare frequently mistaken for roup are caused by the Irritation of the line dust particles against the delicate mucous membranes of the mouth and throit of the fowl rime Illustration given herewith which Is taken from llellable Poultry Journal shows an excellent plan which was originated by a conunon sense poultrymnn This lust parlor I built close up ogalnst one of time of the ixniltry house with which It Is connected by mean of a square opening cut in each wall so that they come together when the dust parlor Id put In place The front of the dust parlor Is provided with glass so that there Is plenty of sunshine while there is no trouble in the poultry house proper front the dust the small parti cles of which are liberated from tho dust parlor by menus of small holca In the fronts and ends Study Your Stock A writer advises nil growers to the disposition of their stock Htuc Hocks are wilder than crows others as hone as kittens We Imagine that it Is time disposition of the handler that In fluonics quiet among the poultry says the heather rather thou time disposi thin of the fowls themselves Some COil handle bees without protecting hands or face while others are being continually stung when caring for the hues Incased in n llylug armor It la the Influence of the disposition of tho hnndlcr that quiets the Hock of poul try boot or pigeons and makes them store contented quiet mill easily han tiled Double Molting Pullets The common occurrence I for punch beginning to Jny In tho lute summer or early fall to lay lit heist ppvcrn weeks and from that to several mouton thou quit laying mind go through a partial molt before beginning a li a writer In FarmPoultry InUinces of Jilt hens urjltlll twice the sonson occur quite frequently Of hip cnu os of these phenomena practically nothlic Is kmwn Their occur once U so far rGS Ii that ordinary observa tines have not yot Hiiaowhul probable causes or rules of occurrcBow Value of Poultry Manure Poultry H Uurv to keep so that It will not heat Mould bo mixed with thinly sifted ashes says Amorloan Poultry Jourinl The value differs goinnwlmt upon the use to made of It jnr ilitfiniice If wnntol to lw used for growing onions Its vnlup Is high We have known It to ho sold nt a dol lair ti barrel In some districts For the growjng of sweet corn It Is also of grot viiliw TO to 7 cents a barrel bar lug often been 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