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inviting field in Ken f Jr I tucky for investment ofcapital and pluck t H i 04 Jj i rJrJIxJIr wv t day etc ntI IR81lfl f r J en er i VOL XI NO KYt THURSDAY MAY 13 1909 50c PER YEAR IN ADVANCE 14 GREENVILLE 1A The Conquest of Consumption This is a winning fight The en emy is slowly but steadily retreating inch by inch in good order still facing us and showing his teeth but retreating nevertheless Not only so but laboratory scouts have so thoroughly reconnoitered his and so accurately counted his full mere ly line of battle but reserves and supports that plans arc already be lag laid to turn his flank cut his communications and turn his re treat into a rout and unconditional surrenderFor first decade or two after the discovery of germs cause of disease the more vc found out about them the more discouraging the outlook seemed to get With every new bug that was labeled and attached to Its ap propriate disease the wonder grew that we were Germs to the right of us germs to the left of us germs in front of us wriggled and squirmed The round earth seemed one writhing and swartrjing ball of bacilli The food upon our tables the soil of our gardens and fields the floors and walls of our houses the dust of our streets the water of our wells and streams nay even the crannies between our teeth and the coils of our intestines were alive with tiny demons Finally the climax knew the worst Wc had unflinchingly ex plorcd and exploited every feature every horror of our it suddenly dawned on us that we were still alive and happy We had not increased the slumber of our enemies one littlest bacillus by magnifying them with the micro nor had we added a single species to our involuntary house hold pets the disease germs by naming and classifying them They hadrall been around and about and b us for generations nost of v must us rot cuaiciues We have Been huddled together like sheep leaving the bacilli to do all the fighting Even if tubercule bacilli be as dangerous as torpedo beats we human have grown into Jourgun and fortyknot torpedo boat destroyers Bacilli are vegetables we and our business and means of livelihood has been eating and getting fat on vegetables of every imaginable sort since the dawn of time As the worthy Mr Jobson when he undertood to write poetry discovered that he had been talking prose all his life without knowing it so we and our ancestors have been fighting and conquering germs for generations without recog nizing it The only thing needful is to find out just how we have done it improve upon these natural methods combine them with our new knowledge of the actual and habits of the enemy and the battle is ours We had come to regard ourselves much as Falstaff did his recruits tush mortal men mortal men Food for powder food powder A powder whose grains were alive and wriggling As a matter of fact we are the toughest the most resourceful the most fero cious and dangerous animal that walks upon the face of the globe and can kill with Its own weapons and conquer in its own element any thing that runs or flies or burrows or swims We have conquered animal and tamed every vegeta ble we cared to for the service of wan and the only reason have not yet added the bacteria to our conquests is that we dIdnt know of their existence until about half a century ago Now that have discovered and located them they are next on the list and their conquest yes only a question of time Emphatically the new message of new bacteriology is a message of hope not of discouragement of good news not of evil tidings Apart from its cheering revelation of our power of resisting injurious germs for every enemy that the microscope has revealed to us it has shown us a hundred friends Our disease germs are a mere handful of black tiny criminal class amid a swarming world population of helpful wholesome friendly bac t 1iZ f mappedand I strengthnot I l f asa It o stillalive It camewe situationand tin scope ffi IL dawn Q f rOo J i f ttbugs are animals position ttTush every whywe utilizationIs 4 sheepa II II t J1 position I N discovered f r ie sf R S ourselves not r a xi disease- L fort ti v r e i r we- S k 4 e t 1 a I J r w r teria and bacilli enriching our soil purifying our water burying and transforming our dead into the fruit ful seed bed of new life without whose ceaseless activity all higher life would be impossible and the world become a sterile desert within half a century From the discovery of one group of bacteria alone the germs on the roots of the clover we shall reap more benefit than any dozen of our dis ease germs will be able to undo Sciteice Sermons t Shielding a fool from the fruits of his follcy is fostering his foolishness The loss of sympathy Would be too high a price for the loss of all sorrowIt better to climb up though but lamely than to run down and free There are too many people busy printing the golden rule on elastic yardsticksHe is too busy to enter into the little joys of others gives the great joys Many a man he is gener ous because he has a longingto give what he has not got When you see a prophet striking attitudes you may be sure he has some habits to hide Theres a world of difference trying to seem pleasant and seeking to give pleasure No amount of praying for your children will do any good if you are too busy to play with them Some people arc so active religi ously on Sunday because their piety has been resting all the week Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment docs do all that is claimed for it your monev will be refunded For sale t Uryis Williams 7 A ladtoin iaJWh in recent times in the treatment of disease is that known radiotherapy It includes treat ment by sunlight and electric light treatment by the Roentgen or X rays and treatment by radium and other radioactive bodies Ra dium is a substance probably one of the chemical elements in very minute quantity in pitch blonde and is one of the queerest substances known It is constantly giving off inconceivably minute which travel with tremendous rapidity and pass through glass and many solid bodies apparently as readily as through air In addition to these rays which are of three kinds there is a peculiar gas or vapor the socalled emanation giv en oft by radium which may so neighboring objects as to make them for the time being radioactive The action of radium is similar in many ways to the Xrays and will produce a burn when a vial containing a very small quantity of is held to the skin for a certain time It has been employed in in the treatment of the same diseases that have been found to bp benefited by the Xrays These are chiefly diseases seated in the skin or mucous membranes such as eczema moles ulcers and superficial cancer Birthmarks have been cured by radium but some times the marks have been cured by disfiguring scars even worse than the original trouble The itching of eczema is frequently relieved quck ly by a brief application of radium Its most striking effect is in causing superficial cancers to disappear and even those beneath the surface and in parts inaccessible to the have apparently been cured by in serting a glass tube containing ra dium into the tissues Lupus a disease of the skin for the relief of which the treatment has been much employed has also been cured by radium In addition to the rays use has been made experimentally of the eman ation It has been collected on a suitable surface and then dissolved in water and the solution injected into a mouse has apparently cured a cancerous tumor of the intestine Other wonderful effects have been obtained by radium but it also often fails and until it is known why it cures in one case and fails to cure or even does harm in another ap hotfoot worldno thinks FREEIf t 1 Uintroduced asH u occu ring u affect U it medicine apparently nitrogen fixtng between not Ti particles X raYs Finsen light Ia uh parently similar case Its employ ment must be regarded as experi mental The Xrays have been fount less curative than they were at first thought to be and in order that dis appointment may be prevented too much must not be expected from radium The Youths Companion for 1969 The amount of good reading given to subscribers to The Youths Com panion during the year indicated by the following summary of contents for 1909 50 Star Articles Contributed by Men and Women of Wide Distinction in Public Life in Literature in Science in Busi ness in a Score of Professions 250 Capital Stories Including Six Serial Stories Humor ous Stories Stories of Adventure Character Heroism 1000 Up toDate Notes On Current Events Recent in the World of Science and Nature Important Matters in Ioli ticts and Government 2000 OneMinute Stories Inimitable Domestic Sketches An ecdotes Bits of Humor and Select ed Miscellany The Wceekly Health Article the Weekly Womans Arti cle Timely Editorials 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 cents for extra possage if he lives in Can ada will receive free all the remain inn issues for 1908 including the Double Holiday Numbers also The Companions new Calendar for 1909 In Grandmothers Garden lithographed in 13 color The Youths Companion Berkeley Street Ikston Mass pet aiseV oft nneuVn atiqV- ir i pi vfn-hr V i you are asked to call for a look I etc 144 I r tJ c to I tJ I Discoveries 11 rluUbcrt i snt I 1 u koart husrthem anti A Little Good Paint in Time Saves When your buildings need painting every day delay costs money sun rain snow frost are in work Lumber cob too much to let it decay for want of a little paint It cots less to we good then to go it We use nothing but good paint en our work CARTERStrictly WHITE LEAD Pure Linseed Oil Puro Turpentine and the moat expensive colors The kindof paint we use never cracks or scales only wear will remove it Let us figure with you when ready to paint a Erttdais and durable job prices reasonable Dnt put it oil J H HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 2 4 Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment docs not burn or blister and relieves pain in a few minutes For sale by Jarvis Williams In lUcll a true tllstuse We think of I jr ptpsla Heartburn anil rent lls r c yet tht lire yiui tmin only of u certain Nerve sicklies nothing It tills fart that first timvctly Dr Shoop in tho ctvotlon of that now i opul r stomach Kcinwly Dr iolnz dlrvrt to the stomach nerves nlonc that snrrvsa and favor to Dr his Ilnstomtlxv Without that original unit highly vital prim Ipl no loch tv n mor to hull For stomach lltn 4 blllntunw bcd breath and sallow romtrirxtim try Dr Whoops TaMrts or Ilauiit nnd Tour1f whet It cud will do Vo sell cud cheer fully rucouuncnd Dr Shoops RestorativeALL Ve i Indigestion Ic fell hrnll ht la51ln uOlu I1 1 I Ill I t t you without a S eras very hnnti s Silo w and r lie torativ see DR J W BARLOW Crown and llrldge Work dotie ut reasonable OQlcc tin stain in the JOIICH Building Greenville Ky DR T J SlATON 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as well as the usual straight sleeper The day have Par lor and Dining cars and the very finest modern new coaches In quiries cheerfully answered by E H Bacon D P A Louisville Ky Concrete Work Contracted- I am prepared to do pavement and other concrete work and shall be glad to make estimates In pave ments limestone is used in base and0 surface throughout complying with city specifications in every particu lar Give me an opportunity to bill on your contracts R C McCRACKEN LAWYER S i I Oui n RE CEll S drat I k K I 3 t11 J PI thirty trains s 17 t DENTIST price Plaits Fertilizers lit tray ttiot g 1asr mcr t aa w wltiowlo sinile pne Iki1ruifiturcs Sam f tie pr on name tin paper SI a j ear fSnniiinon Pub He on St lloitoo MJJ II MwuAXT- cs a Learn Itrlntrldtr the umln m frt Co- G etFcrnlrAN ara sue rnr trey inlr t w aye torlsr Ir Jle iiUfull i1aexl- ypclrec illicit e l Sample f American U Ueacon St rhotoJrnphr tic pi t e question frt II tOil IIII ipcr Intcvrsts- ererybod AM IICAN- PIIgIrUih Aru1 Irm rh as pA mend u Photography To fcnclut t r tixrtii leis yard Held hog taut poultry Write for UNION FENCE CO DeKalb KUUM City Mo C M HOWARD CO The most practical chair that has yet been made is the automatic on display at Roarks Nothing like it ever seen here Call and have a look We Ask You to take Cardul for your female troubles becauso wo are sure it will help you Remember that j this great femab has brought relief to thousands of sick women why not to For headache backache periodical pains femalo ness many have said It Is tho best medicine to take Try It I in This City Wallpaper in cndUss variety at Roarks and at matchless bargain 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS OCSICNS COPYRIGHTS c Anyone lending a sketch and description may our opinion an Intention Is pnilmblr Communion HANDBOOK onTntciiu lent freo oldest or iccunuir pntenti- uIntonu taken Co receive without clmrso lu tli- oScUntifec Jhntrfcan A llluiitrntcd trc Jjircest clr of riontlU i Jonninl Tornm 3 a year four 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head and back I took 12 bottles of Cardui and was cured Cardui is a to suffering women Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES Get WeD Ilyeu de sick you wish to get well relievedT E CARD 1 Lr TJJ mu W I don your e tt fltiilVrA Ibr1Vt Q e V Gpd end i Jfrmtrta The J L Roark Estate furniture dealers and undertakers has added to Its in the undertaking department 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 considered accessary only in the larger cities With this 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 undertakes make a charge of 5 for such plates the people of this county will receive them absolutely without extra cost regardless of the character of outfit purchased x 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 every character caa be 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 fine funeral car largest stocks of coffins caskets robes wrappers slippers etc complete equipment for sanitary work and disinfection To provide the best in every branch s con stant 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 give constantly improving service and on the most favorable basis With this ia other features will be a died from time to time as they appear The Ftarcis is fitted with all attachments for engraving articles of and the mechanical perfection of the machine appeals to all Th public is given a special invitation to call at any time and see the machine Officers V A Wickliffe President C E Martin Vice John T Reynolds Jr Cashier Ed S Wood Assistant Cashier A DirectorsW A Wickliffe E J R T Martin J T Reynolds Jr Ed S Wood C E Martin Geo W Martin iEugrnbiug equipment the 1taO a v i l l iS iRar1iur r generally t z concern views any character r IS- 5icevvtle Ycatuckg President Pur k Year ash 1- r Xtuspapor IUHUMIKt rillUMlATft UT RECORD PRESSOUIKN I HOAIIK X L RoAKK KlllTUK LonffOIstanca Telephone Ao T2 OHlce In new annex mar f rr iiii i I 50 CENTS PER YLAU lf ADVANCE TERMS Thr subscription of the lh Mn in ivlvaiicf whrn the tune expired to which It IH pitld the piper will bo topped of thanks obituary notice etc If Rot longer than ten will be free A of 5c per line will be made for micctr d Inclines of thlsrule Krre mple copies 111 be Inward AdTrrttKeracntn will be Inserted will be furnlnhril on requcnt AlJrH alt nod male all re mlU nceH p yablr t UKCOHD PKKSS- r cnrlllo Ky THURSDAY MAY 13 KM at the IrcrnTllIe Ky poslofflce nn ANNOUNCEMENTS rnn fimnirr We are authorized to announce WALTER a KIMMEL a candidate for Sheriff of MnUlonlif rp county ubjrct to the action of the Republican puny Tilt cincuiT corur CLIJKK We are antliurUciI to Announce C S CURD A irandMatc far reelection to the ofllcc of if the itnhlcnlicrj Circuit Court Kufljcot to the action of the Republican party yon COCXTT COURT CLERK We are awlhorlird to announce F H LKWW a candidate for rcflrctlrtn Co tin office of CTuunti Court Clt k of MnlileiilM rfrfunntjr feet to the autloit of the Republican party are autborlxcd to announce OEO M YORK a cnn lM te for reelection to the office of subject to the action of the Republican party CONGRESS is still in session but IB not doing any business that can be noticed by a weary public You never can tell Fall River Mass has gone dry while Dry Run Pa voted wet last week ANOTHER good feature has been found in prohibition The dry towns of the south report that they are visited practically by no tramps Ii certain that he has discovered the secret of how to laugh at old age and how to exist not only for too but fur iooo ears without pain evil or sickness He says 250000 people have under his banner Here are his rules for living to be 1000 years old Dress always in white White is the prime principle of life I be lieve there should be a crime for any person to go attired in black or dark apparel Do not think of death do not believe m death Live principally upon vegetables and nuis Abjure meat milk oil and fljsh of all kinds as well as all stimulants Sleep eight hours daily exercise right and work eight hours A mans most critical hour in the flay is the 30 minutes before and af ter meals He should absolutely stop work a half hour before each meal arid must not resume work un til a half hour after each meal a half hour each day not pcccssari ly to sleep but to get his mind jn a condition of natural and perfect re pose your bedroom win dow every night all your life time Alway have a draught in your room A daily menu I would suggest rould be as follows Breakfast Honey toast rarely coffee and at long intervals an egg Dinner A bowl soup made or celery or potatoes pre ferably nuts an ppple or an orange with for variety lettuce or radishes Supper Apple pic fruit 1 otter one who accepts my faith not 100 or 200 lint even iooo more years of life if it is Sentence Sermons Dividing with love is great facts arc due to some faith Tart without love is only a form of diplomacy iMe who nothing give up eve thing It is better to blurt out Uic tftuft than to set a lie to soft music There i no blessing to arty bread tutu his broken andjjbajred t THE RRDAu ludrprndcnt OR RICK Prttstdent Stretnrr zs1II store fur Card harm o to T t s err tcoodottallA mAtter Perk j sub roa We JAiler i t fy Ul J uuill t r It II hours I Y Sleepwith open t i of fro f to every doubling All I to give lip I I 7 ii t i r JltuE t Ions fines a anyone Arate card s tiLl n 3 r owa Lt eLeI D = i i enlisted It v for1 solo ci desired always scats r y y r AND ITS TRADITIONS OTTO A RCTKEKTC- HAPTKK I Soino ritiicern mul lAtitlituirkM of Ills Old IllHrty Neighborhood ami tTppor ltver Country CIIVTTHK The hike and SHrroHwMug rilUTBIl III Tadltluns uf lilt nuke CIIAITBU IVTlw I tftMHl of kew Kill CHAPTER IV Tradition takes us further hulk thnn the time of the unfortunate ilroAtung of S urlin and l ies fur n the legend of Lew Allen Mill nre carried to the days of the roving Indians The much talked of hew Allen or Lcwdlyn Hill is located on Pond River bottom about two miles south ot Murphys Lake but only a short distance from Cut Off Slough Or with reference to other land marks it is one mile cast of J N Stivers home on Reynolds Turkey Mill about two titles northeast of the old Prowsc or Johnson bridge little over a mile from the long abandoned Divinity Graces First Trnp Ford The sic of this hill is not at all in proportion to its tunic It is nn oval shaped elevation twenty test high and surrounded in even direction by the level bottom land of Pond River fur a distance of half a mile or more Its area in Lauding its sloping sides is about one acre It is covered with beech jfud sugar trees of various sues On the top near the center is the stump of a recently cut black oak three and one half feet in diameter The legend of Lew Allen Hill old and likewise vague tale there are two versions of it One is to the effect that the Revolution a Captain Knight and his colony of settlers located somewhere on Pond River between what later became the site of the Jessie H Rcno Mill which was built in the early and stood near Prowses BrIdge and Graces Fish Trap Ford opposite the pic turesque Graces Bluff There it is said these pioneers built a strong block cabin and furl Captain country Tradition does not tell how many men were connected with his little station The probabilities however are that there were only a fewAmong the Captains compan ions was one Lew Allen or Leel lyn who so the story runs while out looking after some bear traps wandered from the camp to this distance of about t o miles He was standing on this mound like elevation trying to lo a favorable spot for another irap when suddenly he was and killed by a number of In dians Knowing that hew Allens friends would be likely to search the woods for the red men dug a hole on the top of the hill threw the corpse into it and then made an effort to conceal its hiding place The following morning after a diligent hunt Captain Knights men discovered Lew Allens body and rebured it in its original made grave The few small pieces of now scattered over this knoll are said to have serv ed at one lime as the murdered mans tomb stone AcvCtffldjng to the other version Lew Aljcft ap prospector came to 15 hoood what is now Hartford jn Qj jg pog ty which was then one of ifop fciy settlements in western Kentucky These two men having been caught n a heavy rain near Pond River built fife and put up a wigwam of lhciPpof his hillock fur which purpose it was a suits ble place than the wet bottom They removed all their drenched their buckskin shirts iVTiijii cjgsged in dry Ing their wparjng apparel aj fifti paring a meal fuiinrt thernsey es without a moment warning at tached by three or four Indians Some say the Indians rushed upon the two white men simply for the fun of searing them At any rate a few shots were exchanged and Lcw Allen was killed His frightened companion however made his es cape through the woods anti ought his way back to Hartford where Ie arrived clad in nothing but his bud ly tattered hunting shirt hunting shirt of the curls ui T be well lo add was shirt It the body down tf j I d n nun rs the Pmt 11 e anda Intact after sos r little hilla attacked Indian sandrock from il brushon marc clot cs Jj ill hunting they I I 1 he it might np bjn gltrrntllt thar the dul1I ppr1eye of and 0 II I fLAKE riV CriPTA Its its ulna u about an shortly hnlfiht wasa trapper and India ET x and Rive ate him another fie n tlnn a coat t encircled n I to about eight im lies above the knees anti eutiM be worn as ed rliluT with th vrr put liing irp loose over the necchcs or stuck in them In pattern it somewhat j resembled the iiuilt n v I n tiiury cuat shirt which lour r invariably worn with the lower part belted unties the soldiers trousers Such are the two versions of the legend of hew Allen lull EACh hits its enthusiastic upholders and its cqitlly enthusiastic drniers The same may also be said the two theories regarding the origin of the hill On the one hand are those who have come to conclusion that it is nothing more or less than n nniurnal hill like many of the other small end large hills scattered over Pond River Lot tom Altho I know very hth about archaeology or the science of an tiquities still like some of the oth ers who have seen the place I yen tore the ouininn that Lew Allen Hill is not an artificial mound In my opinion It is merely n small ele vation like its neighbors Coon Hill Long Ridge and Greens Island all of which with time two considerably higher hills knqwn as Birds and Reynolds Turkey Hills are located between the Old Slough and Pond River It is true n outline of n so railed dug iliicli or trench a fool or less in depth and from 5 to 10 feet wide can be traced in many places around th bats of Is v Alien Hill Hut such broken anti shallow tranches Ctn ahn b sion n t only aroutid three small elevations just mentioned but also found near the foot of Bards turkey and Key nolds Turkey Hills the two much higher and larger hills referred to Each of the latter covers more than a hundred acres Bordering de pressions like those occurring here arc according to geologists the rc suit of currents in the oveiflow They are no more artificial than the wide levees along the river whose banks arc always higher than tin bottom land further away from the stream cling to the old term and call it Lew Allen Hill I presume its isolation for as said there is no elevated land with in half a wile of it and its shape combined with the fact that many Indian or Mound builders mounds exist throughout this and other of the upper Pond River country likely suygeated that possibility of its being an artificial mound Among the best preserved mounds in this locality that were undoubted ly built by human hands is one in the Old Mound yield on a high hill of the Newton B Roddick farm This hill is in Hopkins county and overlooks West Fork Creek about two UJJltS above its outlet into Pond River The mound on it is about 13 fern high and 60 foci in meter It is covered a growth of small ireen Truces can aiil be of what seems to have been an arti ficial trench leading from near this mound down through a hollow for a distance of about 300 yards to the creek There were at one time about half a dozen such elevations in this field but haying been plowed over during ihe of half a century or rhpre for the purpose of cultivation they are now almost leveled to the sur surface mounds more or less pre iervefl scan be found on nearly the farms whose bills pyerlook Pond River and its tributaries On Farland Creek is the Wes Stanley farm Below this and on West Fork is the Rcridick old frm just referred to Further down are the Dim Dobbins old place the old Dive Clark farm the Jim place all in Hopkins county a7ul lliff or R M Jcfc5 n plape jn Jhe nflfMiCfn J ol- LJhrisiinn cpiinty In Vucenbprg the pririripql ones pf this section ass along Long Creek and pn find around the old John UnJlH or rian cis Kinj farm Paceton too further down P nd River bflow truss iiid es and the drives S uleni Mit nre rriuoinrt of nioinrU Such is CRpC iilly t e rse still further down and btlt w the 11 1inrri R R on theJuliu S Kavfs Mjrps Hill aud the Hugh MrN rv place from which during tHo tvvaniy five veirs of reties and iiunn bones have been Rug out sho irg beyond doubt s r J L t i Turkey dim Investigation ttlth pick and shovel strengthened my opinion that Hill is not t Jtifiol fiUounii not1 ilat I parts with set n course all upper J m p jn nc Inn ft hilll r t L l t sir concerning arc A superf vial Law Allen thewgrhof man SSran c day ur t di Q ding spy J Set k 1r tS ittol post tt I r that their mounds were nioumls built Put I am drifting beyond scope of topic tor I wish lo con fine chAt to llurjihys bake and lew Allen Mill 1 have not covered thoroughly for the sim ple senses thnt my visit to this sec lion of the Pond River country was limited to A few days and most of that time was spent in coon and possum hunting Commissioners Sales Biuhlcnberg Circuit Court Kentucky T X Ua Duft- CC Hjr m JnUaweol HM I wrtler ol of UM MHhlualHiiY Court rumlered l 10 April Mm f 9JO In th ftbaro t wim ef Two n nr U D rt tars ftnil T a at i with IntMrent at the mto of per par IVHJIWIII fruw the Jti day of Stay IflHt until iRxIrt Hd ULItt ewtrt herein I shall inrwtMMt to otTur far nt the Oonrtliou OrudiivlHi Kj to the ItlaliiMt MiMtr At UUE1O AUCSTf K on Monday the Hint tiny of May IUOO it 1 oeloek p m or tbereabont UHnjj Cnunty Court day HJMMI a credit of nix inonthH the fulWiwInxdekorlbed pruiterty towlt lleglniiluK at a corner Komi street tlieiue N 80 W I jmlcH to a nick thence N ft KII IKilrs to a rock tlioneo S 85 It I 12 polott to n rocdf thi iiucS3 12 ole to the bogltnilii b liijr the Hnino lord conveyctl to John S Cox and Cox ty 1arcu II Itrnnxni by dyed doted NovouibJrT 180 Or bUiHetetit thereof to produce the stuns of money so tMttlOd to lit For the pur elHtM prfeo Ilk uurrhaiivr with approved mirulf or witMlslllOrt must Innul bear liiirWnd tntero l frain the iy of suit until fhiW and ImtfHg the fore tiiMi vessel of n jud muMU llfcM m wilt be preimre l tw comply JasW Gates T i rmC- MUWJfllnvtnss Kank By vlrtiumf u JtulitineHt Niil onlcr of sale of the Mtitt lttii Circuit Court rendered at the April t Virt IBOO In the above cause for of MiiiBteoi Uumlrod tea Ninety elicit Drtlurri and C5 cent with bitervnt at the rut of f jXr per annum from the Slut tiny of May 100 Kyill paid and DMW heroin I dull proctcil lo offer fur nt the Court houe door In Clruonvlllu to the bidder at 1UBLIO AUUTION cut Monday the 31st day of May lOOp pt u0lok p in or therea bontt ViUHrOoiiiay Court tiny upon aeredlt of mount tho folowlu described prop erty towlt tin the waters of Cypress Creek MuhlonbrrK Jaunty Ky awl hounded as UettlunliiR nt a maple black Rum nUll onk Bun6 t iuuiiiic thence N 13 K 110 poles to a HUikis thence H b K 3 I polen to two uiaen tio KH efy lHlu tSieo re S 75 its pules to a anil beeches theuee S S3 12 W 68 poles to two RUIns and nmpUs tbenee S M W poles n hij vim ipaple nod perjlmuion I UiereVif to produce the MI inn f money HO oitle cil to be made For the purch prloc the purulm or with approved nerur- Itjr or HecanilVM miwl snide hand l earlni leu l Interest from the day of wile until pall and having tint foxe auil elfect of a Jn lament Ittduera wilt b prepared to comply promptly with Jas W ones M C J A JuhftBtsfti flulutlir vj J K Wliltctwni v or ntti wfftt Jt ltse WhitoHcnrvcr DePtf Bjr Trthe if u Jiul nient and unUr uf wile of tH HnHWUf rK Clrwnlt Court rendered at the April Urfit IfcvrtNf Itt Iii U inns for tto t Wsrtil Uourtrwl nail Twenty Putin null 90 uantf tjth JnMfrv t at the rate of six per oral par niiumu tans the SUt diy of tiny until Jirtltl rqi 1 110 eot hevli I Huull I oii a tU Qtf r fur l nt toe Courthuufc lmn III pjv UTltlt 10 the lilrfhe t bUUr nt- rPflMC AVpnoN on MumUy the 3Ui of IVfy HI uVtn Ml or ihrrealtont b lug CwMn font UIIUH a urthllt of six IHWlfifiUitffotim fi A ocrilHHl prupuny Third tfajltl QMttiid coit Inliijr 172 leers utt iitttl j ilubUnb iv Cxiunty Ky on tits w t ife uf fjpUR QJV ok mul il oerlbea a rullov llU Ula KVUl ly Cum Sihtt on South IJT Ti i P U Ht bjp JUIUOM FirJ on West JJpmi et unseptA th above 1 oru niy M nuit f i y l Hl u J v JuluiHton it let jr l Uji third sad part f tAo tlrat and WII llrtih uf mil 4il ov iceoUwnf Op6pyfciit tteutsfwf lu rj Uns s the sums of Hp to be her the pur PlMHKmlj e pircitiu er se HHeQ ex ute tonal bran llU J fugiH Ur of until paid IHJllfifiSiIlig file fuiu rjilpruitof i judgment WJ lw ire iH4 to uompty inoritly Jas W Gates N C Xonrte tits PUT Emma COM WtiUDkrj EQUITY Uy tlrtitpof a Jmkjoinent and Order of Sale Of the JJrtlienb n f Circuit Court icndmed at tho thereof 1008 In the ubor cause for tile dlrlslun of proceed with InUro t at the rate of 6 per pint per annum ftwn the 31 dny of May IJW until piU anti IWrouUhorohi I shall proUd to i or for Halo at the Court H P of in O ecnvilte to tilt highest bidder lit l lblu ANtltln on y the SI tiny of spy UW t I tharenbont bo IHH Ccmiity Court of inunUia tbe fulowlnjf p hr y A crrtitt truta of hunt IJIHIT on the waters of Pyjir08 it Blt Bulimias a white ooh awl ri w n MivUlcs sHrw HH iHMrd to be ft poiox west r 3ntlli comer und launliijt tlun r X 8T tu a post i uk I HUlor row j RH eiMiniri thcnn S 21 W TO tu n blank aud tir wnal bUvk ks Ar Htoal MttrrbnQdS cv nvr ih IMC N W SI I tu Into jl y k ask uMtl d ml thno N u S2 M w bfi iniliif ciil lnlup 71 ayes mure Jas W Gates H C eu rut W A AH JNEQUJTY- Ky vlrtuiMifa Tfadflt i nt AW fnlo ihiitlrubf Court riiidrivd at IMF fcufd tf Mil kiiHdn4 nit dui Irs with JMfrte i Hi UM rata uf 8 ut per MMttra f fiSu tkf HI 4 f f M jf uaa mitU pal 4uA fSMBt iiMdt ItM in I Htul pnceru tu Jl r fur nl Iho CoiftbonHo dear IM CttvPMTtlic totfc tlfMtTNt Milder P Wk AdilloM in Mono liar ftl Uy of May IjHOal I oonJt p ai tbrrfnlxinltt Inlnjr Cunutj a i lii uf M n untie the fuih liii it poiftir ftTOip tbonee 17 dot W 18 poles to a I 1 II 1 S I the In nt sal jcct I IeOut 1e PIIT E lIT Itt for tOt hi lot W II ptOlftJtlir C 1 C C I w 1 Ctntt18 QUIT he flU stile I six follow I J V S 71 to n lurm tbelo1 W VOIO tu n dead bite oak thelluu N t2 W 1t flfo jltJlhU en n Itl Or use c L ran I I I I I the J pr taut eft JUte fl tunas Ita nn Il 1IUt six d At IL HIts urn I F fI I n S It Cairn of tit tile lay Utwt9l 1M to sad Mitt Court t Be 1D lill Wont n T b roan the v4 a ale Hit tilts cause ant YUrty two 6 est sale Irons tau Iu uxot ute with thOM tellw M L r DuCi- U thereof rent eosin blithest Pim ated p dos sktke sugarless twit lay SI tf t ud sunk hkJ poled 1 I nrlQth19 t1 r upjcxs ituatt t tilt N abu e ants told tiny i4i tiny tow it b1Y pit r Iri4tJ axle with ap novel sale lldllt lbtlp i err Lti pup daft Nissan alit 1lastn Ibo l stir twit r pelts i3 p al4er 11artaa uts ulu Dt heart Mr 4p It l the above etume fur hilt par e e I dryj Ilk rttht4 pyplrty l wlt- IhfrsteAtrg t stall Klleylr j tout In Wo of lut umber to n Court black oak tw i It wi ii rl jd an pointer thence 8 0 W n i I thrto Units li A atone lit aiplciib 11 i old military hoe lUfiice with lie Ii iv 17 dug 23 inlnuto anti nil HiuiMtu In the old lire taut iornc t I lllrj thence with Ullcjs line N fit E TK jK l 3 links lo Uiu iKjfliinlntr Ja W Oates H C Xo nan RBFOUT OF CONDITION OP TIlE FIRST RATIONAL BANK ntdruunvillu in the ICbtitucky nt the close afbuslncHs April 28th IJiOU Loans aixl discounts Sldlnao0r Overdrafts secured and uns 102751 LT S to Kueuru cirotn 3000000 Premiums on U S Ho mis M3I3 Bonds sttMiritles etc 700000l- Hanking house fur laid fiat 11M78 Other i oul estate owned Duo from National Hunks hot reserve agents l87SO8f Due from approved res agts 7r rti8i Checks mid other items fi8l5- Xotes of other National Iunks R in0 Kraetinnnl paper currency nickels and cents iiHT 0 Lawful Money Keserve in Bank via Specie 2V 8800- Lu nltondor notes 150000 2fil880 Ilcdemption fund with IJ S Treasurer 5 pur onU cir culation 1 000 TOTAL S10Un050- 1LIAHILITIKS Capital Stock paid in SHOOOOOt Surplus fund 1000001 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 15020 Nnfl Hank tWIts outstundir no0000 Due toother National ItanUs ltilSH Due to State and Private ISankerb 10138- Oivhlends unpaid Indl deposits sub to check 200I51iV deposit 121025 Certified ChecUs Citshiurs cliecks outstanding Total Siooo5o State of Kentucky Couiitr of Miililctiberjr HH 1 John T UejtioIilH Jr CtiHlitcr ufjlie ilx rc nninutl bunk tlo wlcinnly Unit tin nbov ttatciiunt IK true to tli IHWI of my ktiowlfdK unit belief JOUN T KBVsoMm Correct AtttfHt- Kii S l J IrnrtiMi DIrector C It ilAUTlN Subscribed Dud sworn me this 3i Ivy uf 3In y 1P ANNIE F TAYLOR Notary Public My otonu il u exilri wi II it xl Kjr senate MICE TO POULTRY RAISER Now is the time of year to feed your fowls a good tunic 4 u4 cures cholera gapes roup canke limberneck When fed as preventive it not only keeps then healthy but makes them lay Vrici Soc No cure no pay gurantccd bj your druggists Jarvis Williams Try it under the guarantee Ask fo booklet on diseases of poultry 3n 0 ltl I A S Bond l cash U ItuuIts tad eertitlentes or Hilt 01 to nci t i isles stone eut chili i icrea State or 1tEu OU1tCl line swear Jr Cashier tenon- S bufore S brightens and preserves everything about is no old cr looking furniture or homes where Veneer Is used all is clean wholesome sani taryLiquid Veneer can be applied by anybody anywhere at any time and there is no muss to clean up after ward There arc no cans no pots no brushes There arc no sticky hands or surfaces Simply moisten a piece of checso wipe off dustingJusthow swoet and dean it will make everything 4oz bottla 25e 12 oz bottle 5Qe eoto BY W H BJUZEBDHf 0 1 woodwork- In 1 PIANO OULL always find that the L best place for you to trade is at the store that buys its goods with your interests in mind The thing that is best for you to buy is the best for us to buy thats why we carry a line of Crown Pianos and Crown Combinolas Theres nothing better for you or for us T M MORGAN SONV Greenville Ky r aF The BEST Fire Insurance 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 Companici recognize its advantages and arc glad to quote lower prices where it is used Drop in and see them 6 M DEXTER CO Agents WALLPAPER W Colors Patterns Effects irf 4 all grades at lowest prices 7 mmm 1909 r JIL 1909 THE YEAR OF GREAT PROSPERITY 1 READ lp Sttwrtwg fnBt j FREE1909 Edition Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas to all who Subscribe for Six Months or a Year i EVERY TRUE SHOULD HAVE A COPY Of THIS SPLENDID WALL ATLAS Th3 Uct Kentucky Kap Up To 1309 Full end Conpkto Engraved especially for The Evening Post at a cost of 3600 ThePortrnits of nil the Kentucky Governors aonc of them very rare one of its kind in of the World The Atlas shows portraits of all the Presidents Rulers of nil Katloas with Coats of Arms nnd Pugs A over to HIilorIca Ktnuck rant formation oF State to the year JUKI A and Political ol giving residential Vote State OlTiciiils Area and U S Senators of Ken tucky House Congressional Judicial and Railroad Commissioners Districts Dem ocratic State Oeutial Commit tees and State Hxeciilive Committees Scnat6rial Statistics of the lanma lanai Great Lakes Hnraiian Js3tds l rtp fi5co Alaska Philip pines Area and States Coun The Original i flics end those admitted The Iwt Kentucky Governor Walt Chart will be to who subscribe for the Post for One Yt rntSix Months nt Si Mail This for loose who cannot get The ISvcniug Post delivered by Carrier or tho Atlas at once THE EVENING POST Louisville Ky SPECIAL PRICE SaVcSsr WITH THIS PAPER Subscribe for The Record Only SOc that t he r m I KENTUCKIAN 4 inchesTheonly picture UnitedStatesthe i FaOM TOfromivlI those aI or for ofthe Augustus E Willson f T r j Ioark w 1l i I AND GET OUR SHARE a then Im rhistorical r k i It of A Asb p a 3 leans Shelb T AND THE THE WHEN YOU LEAVE HOWE let the dealer who handles some inferior preparation talk you that just as good kind po often proyes unsatisfactory Insist on THE MADE TO WALK ON M KIND The kind that wont fade when exposed to sunlight The kind with that TOUGHUEATHERYEUASTlC that outshines and outwears all others Its for FLOORS FURNITURE AND ALL OTHER IN TERIOR WOODWORK in all natural wood colors FOR SALE BY Q M DEXTER t CO Greenville Ky u HIB i siB Y RBISH ont which00 0 I Finish I I o tnt4 UuYlt1g i6 o NORTH BOUND NO 122 LonlHvllle Express 105 Cincinnati Express 104 LoulHTlll Limited 1W Central City acm dOUTIIlloOMi NO 1M rndnunh and Cairo luoom I2I Kiilton Aueomntodnttnn 101 New Orleans Special VGCrAvKonn Agt I PUI Utl1 nm T11 pm CII nm OIIU I lantni 340 3t- mhovi31009 GRAPES from their most health ful properties give its active ingredient ROYAL ROYAL fm It economy to use Royal Baking Powder It sores labor health and money Where the best food is required no other baking powder or leavening agent can take the place or do the work of Royal Baking Powder Bal POWder A soIdrely is fr I C R R LOCAL TIME CARD THE VETERANS DREAM We met last ulffht In the uM knit And some of the toy were entllj inlgsori Twenty iirciCHU ah tint M rest hail nmiwored the grout rtfll mil Out of eightynine on rlmrtur list Then up u kB Mates of the Tvrent tlilnl WTio tint served nil through till the Wilt was done a long hate boys since their uuuies Ivu licnnl- Ami I move we will them one by ono So they rend omh nnmu mid t my our Came words borne forth en the orenTii breexo U sounded to IHQ like n faint Veto here And I knew thug nnswered that toll cull clear From their resting place benonth the I seemed to see them all In line Just touching elbows nod standing Htrnlglit Yes each was there of the sixtynine And spoke to one old juxl of mite Who had left tut along in nlnetyolKhU And cried Ohl coturnd what means nil this Then he said na he tupped on hut mil filed drum n wc are calling the names of the ones we mis The twenty boys who have not yet come Then be gtxve Uie enter night by twott OomouiU punt i tfo home way Just one more week of school Briz your Butter and Eggs Blackberry winter the first of the week put fires to working again Those new trains are the gratest convenience ever and are being well patronized Beef hides wanted and best cash prices paid by J E Coombs Co Transfer man Pannell much busier these days as he has two trains to meet Horse and bills neatly and promptly printed at this office The Q the Its t t 0 trees i ml t r I oJ 1lnd n M a tTu IS y extra post was at I 4 s 1tdytu y tutlclt on eytuncob- rN 1r crew ytrnmpdt lp t1 tnc n rdgPiet your e 4 vants y stock Traveling men are able to make nil kinds of time now that the early morning and late evening trains are For hauling of all kinds call Ruf us Dennis Telephone No 189 There was a lively spectacular hail storm about i oclock Sunday afternoon lasting for a few minutes No particular damage was done All work finished in a week by Friels the photographer Local freights 195 and 196 no longer carry passengers as accom modation passenger trains 135 and 136 care for the travel in much bet ter shape Take your Eggs and Butter to Brizendincs and receive the highest market price Old soldiers are preparing to have a special service on Memorial Day and the attendance should be large as the event falls on Sunday this year May 30 Roark is specially prepared to do disinfecting and is subject call anywhereThe and yfcler coin party has made an extension on cast Main cross street to reach ud will push work along aii fast Mr G H Adamson is offering the best B P R eggs for setting Telephone him for particulars Mr James Louis Roark returned to Louisville Monday after a visit of a week here He will put in a month at work in the clinic and will spend his vacation here Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment 25C 50C and Sioo sizes Every bottle guaranteed Eor sale by Williams Dawson Springs will be more pop ular with our people this summer as the new trains enable one to spend a full day there and the visitors will be numerous Wallpaper prices at Roarks are lower than anywhere anti the selec tions are very complete now on e u to subscribers iT I tt tie e l uslncss wtilliit r Jarvis Sunday G E G 3UNTZLERS DRUG STORE Phone 86 V ftr o 1 1 t I to r yr- i itt e r x v U 0 G C I The United Order of the Golden Cross organized new commandcry at Nebo to be known as Nebo Commander last night Fifty two new members were present and were initiated Grand Commander Jas A Hodges of Louisville the ceremonies assisted by Knight W M Williams F K of R of Greenville commander and Knights Walter F Jones D G C and Fonso Martin who organized the Nebo since the of April and who are entitled to great credit for their splendid achievement Officers were ballotted for and elected and whole proceedings were pronounced a grand success Knights Powell and McDonald of the Greenville commandery were present and wished the new commandery a long and prosperous career and their visit was much appreciated by all of the members A note of thanks was tendered the school trustees for the use of the school building so generously tendered We wish Ne bo commandery much success Try Friels the photographer for good pictures and quick service Had His Sympathy A tramp who was around the town one day last week had the most notable plea for begging that has ever been heard here When he struck a gentleman for money he would tell him that the reason he was on the road was that he left home on account of his fatherin law being unkind to him One fel low here who feels that he is not supported by his fatherinlaw in the handsome manner he desires grew so sympathetic that he gave the tramp a dollar declaring that he might join the ranks on the road himself soon unless his fatherin law became more liberal in his dona Make your arrangements to be one of the helpers on clean ij day JJy taking your Eggs and iiutter to Huicudincs you can always get trom i to 2c on the doz At the close of the regular month ly meeting the Womans Book Club entertained the lawyers who assisted in the Mock Trial Coombs buys all kinds of furs and hides paying the highest market prices in cash Mr G E Countzler improving his residence property on Main street by having a concrete and fence constructed It will be one of the greatest improve ments along the street See the automatic chairs it Ro arks furniture store There hits nev er been anything like them here Mr J A Gilman of the light and water plant has offered his team to hall a part of the rubbish collected on clean up day Other teams will be offered it hoped Jarvis Williams sell Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment Guaran teed to heal without a blemish or your money refunded Mr Marvin Wells is a broken arm the fracture being sus tained in a fall at the rink last Wed The injured member is getting along nicely and he will soon be all right again Orien L Roark buys sells rents repairs typewriters carries supplies of all kinds and solicits trade in any branch The thirteenth annual session of the Womans Foreign Missionary Society of the M E Church South will be held in Greenville June 510 There will be one hundred or more delegates and homes arc being se cured for them Trains 135 and 136 were put in commission Sunday operating be tween Central City and Cairo The west bound train passes here at 5 15 a m and the eastbound at 7 15 p in Patronage has been liberal from the first and will grow as the fact becomes known You can use Roarks furniture polish without cost if it is not satis factory in every way as it is sold under positive and no questions asked u commandery 17th t e It tions 0 j I is ttj1a dv t1 i rc ll1u pavement manager away IS nesdaynight e e guarantee jifhW v conducted certainly being more trecnvelle a clean up right loour shave nursing Tobacco Markets of Kentucky and Tennessee HoiKiNSViuE Kv May 10 Decreased receipts of loose tobac co fair sales of prized tobacco by the Planters Protective Association but a general air of activity with prices ruling firm and satisfactory marked the local tobacco market during the past week The steadily decreasing offerings of loose tobacco which has now been noted for sever is due to the fact that the amount of unsold tobacco is getting small and widely separated and it is only a question of a short time until this branch of the market will be over until the new crop comes on Sales aggregating 200000 pounds were made on the loose floors of J P Thompson Co R E Cooper Co and II Abernathy Prices hcie ranged trom 3 to 1050 the trading being of a most satisfactory kind bringing good prices accord ing to the grades and condition The weather is also interfering con siderably with the handling of loose tobacco the dry hot days putting it out of condition CLARKSVIILE TENN May 10 Tobacco market continues with a good demand for all grades Receipts in open market last week were 519 hogsheads sales 42 The market remains unchanged Loose floor warehouses report a sale of 150000 pounds Dark Tobacco Association sold 74 hogs heads of 1907 crop which closed out their stocks of that year They also sold 93 hogsheads mainly light weights at steady prices The Bre men demands have not yet fully en tered the market but as three sels arc reported cleared for New Orleans buying for that market may soon become active The plant beds are reported to be thrifty in the main and planting in a small way has commenced SPECIAL SALE Thursday Friday and Satur day Pure Homemade Lard 25 and 50 lb J for cash This is a reduction of 2ijz on the pound J Ev COOMBS CO Fulton Wing 34 years a well known colored man died at his home in the west end of town at 4 oclock last Saturday morning from internal injuries sustained in jump ing a through freight at the depot in February Wing was a miner at as is the custom with many of the men who live here caught the train at the mine and rode home The train was a light one and climbed the grade at the depot at a high rate of speed which was misjudged by Wing and when he jumped he was thrown violently being knocked insensible and injured He remained un conscious for some weeks but slow ly recovered being able to be out a short while but he soon was confined to his home and no relief could be secured were held at the A M E Zion church at 2 oclock Sunday afternoon conduct ed by the pastor Rev Irvin and interment was made in Fairmount cemetery His wife and two four brothers and a sister sUr I C Excursion Rates On account Of the Southern Bap tist Convention at Louisville May 1320 there will be a round trip rate of 475 made from this point Tickets on sale to II 12 13 good until May 22 for return The the Method ist church is already one of deep in terest and the edifice is the night services the attendance in the afternoons growjrg daily Rev Brqyn is a preacher of great zeal and his talks are full of inspiration Thcie is a union of effort on the part of all the churches that isgrat ifying and the results must be ben eficial Two gentomcn who rarely attend church services were discussing tiro matter one Sunday recently and agreed to attend together A singer sang a and over the face of one of the men there appeared a pleased expression which was by his companion who marked You appear to be delighted at the singing No I admire the nerve of the singer though was his response Frank Harris is again here and ready to do sewing machine repair work Telephone No 72 and he will call r j i alweeks strong cans 12Jlz e tliatrj iis Injtlr Oaklandand Funeralservices wive service at packedat son noticed u II tBr LIi c Growers yes Fresh aged internally children revival lei M r Series You RightT- he J L Roark Estate carrying complete stocks in all departments is in the best position to Serve You Right Possessing the most modern uptodate equipment and having the best scien tific talent we are able to produce the highest mark results and can there fore to your own satisfaction Serve You Right It will be to our mutual benefit if you will allow us to Serve You Right The volume and quality of our business are the result of each other The better the service we give the larger business we get the larger the amount of business given us the bitter service we can give in return THE J L ROARK ESTATE Greenville Iy t6 Clean Up Day for Greenville Following the advice and example of our leading cities the Womans Book Club proposes to observe cleaning up day in Greenville A committee will visit the school interest teachers and pupils and then it is hoped friends of good order and lovers of cleanliness and beauty will lend their influence and help in whatever way they can The agrees to furnish wagons to cart off any rubbish that may be the outside of private residences on clean up day as well as that that may be collected by the corps of workers who will be cleaning vacant lots and outside walks andstreets The day will be announced soon and every arrangement is being made to have a beautiful Universal effort it is hoped will be secured as this is a movement that should appeal to everyone Epics will Where JDf Coxs Williams State Dental Association The Dentists in the state are show ing more than the usual amount of interest in the coming annual meet ing of the Kentucky State Dental Association to be held at Crab Or chard Springs May 17th iSth and 19th Arrangements being made to make this meeting the largest and best in the history of the Associa tion Dcmstrr unlike many other has made such rapid strides in recent years that the numerous text books on its different branches only a few years old are almost worthless making it almost obliga tory tor the progressive dentist to attend these meetings or be a back number- A feature of this meetirg will be the part taken in the program by the local societies that have been recent ly organized throughout the state Each society has elected an essayist and a number of clinicians which will make this a unique and inter esting meeting School children are planning all of outings and visits during Vacation Have Frank Harris repair your sewing machine This Is the gladsome month of there are many wcddings and of many more See J E Coombs if you have furs and hides to sell as he pays highest cash prices Our public school fpses next week after a very successful year except or vt Jpst on accounl qf diphtheria jt Rufus Dennis solicits Imuliny of all kind and Lives prompt Saul carefulservice at reasonable Mr Fred Irvin arilved home lust week from the State University lot Lexington and his vaca lion here with his home folks For Sale Two mules and one fe male thoroughbred Poland Chinas weighing about So pounds each prices reasonable John Coombs Greenville Ky 13 ct THE RECORD 500 per P I Council placed- on Itchy nOt f a Barbed IP 11 J d hr b flis professions u Mayand I willspend 4 fttti iri q t I e e bothc tytin 1 lreiq isu ale r are conceded sorts rumors o rates car JLr IiF v Master Commissioner Oates will have some important land sales on county court day and in this issue will be found the advertisements Mrs L C Chatham has been confined to her bed for a few days suffering from a complication of troubles but was reported better yesterday and it is soon be entirely recovered Orders placed with Friels pho tographer will be delivered in a week V Miss Vera Ethel Morgan has sent out invitations to several of her friends to attend the commencement exercises of Logan College Russell vole on Tuesday morning May 25 M iss Morgan is one of the graduates winning the degree Bachelor of Sci At an election held on the prohibi TrttfH cli aPTjffigjbrlty of votes This puts soothe county in the nowhisky column as this was the only point in Hopkins county that had not already voted dry See the lots of wall paper at Roarks at special bargain prices All these short quantity patterns must be closed out at once Ohio and Kentucky embalmers will hold their annual association meetings i j int session on June 2 3 and 4 at Cincinnati The attend atcc front both associations is ex pected to 1c heavy and will result in much guoii to all attcndtuc Mr Orien L Roark of this city is planning to be present The wallpaper has been hear at Roarks this spring and some of the more popular patterns have been reduced to quantities suffic tent for only one room The j ands are fresh and patterns excellent Bunched forquick handling and priced for rush sale so you had better have an early look Mr Virgil Craddock local agent of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co spent a day or two in Terre Haute Ind last week as a guest of the division superintendent at a conference attended by about 100 guests All agents who had made a in business won the honor and Mr Craddock was in by a safe margin as he has made this point one of the best the and is still growmg Road grader CTewarc a1 work in many places overt the county It IP n good plan to hue this us early a8pnssible In the season an thut the surface may be during the dry weather The grad er system his dune wonders in the matter of improving Muhlenberg highways but there is enough yet to do to engage the closest attention of many teams anti mien for to come and then we would be short of perfection in highways Mr Chas W Roark is local rep resentative of some of the best fire insurance companies and will ap preciate your business which will be cured for promptly and in th very best manner f f hopedwill Wi8JMu 5d d tjO 4 oneroom season 9 certain gain in pa cars t cncc tiotttyl stlom lhei tat atcson t f cure nnhffl district wt5ik lone ked a rcit f n CITY ORDINANCES An Ordinance regulating the con struction of certain buildings The City Council of the City of Greenville do ordain as It shall be unlawful for any per son or persons owning or occupying property within the fbUoTing bound try in the city of Greenville Beginning ou Wing alloy at itsuitrr section with Campbell St and ning thence North with Wing alley thence with Russell alley Kist Water alley thence with Water alley South to Camhell st thence with to Wing alley the to build or maintain within said territory any privy closet or outhouse unless same be built and maintained within connection with septic tank or cistern means of flushing with water x the jroyii ni of this violated Approved May 10 1909 J W LAM Mayor ORIEN L ROARK Clerk Helen the 6 year old daughter of of Mr and Mrs Clyde Waters at Powderly has been a sufferer for two weeks from an attack of diph theria and during that time has been given 195000 units of antitox in her physicians Dr J G Bo hannon and Dr Beverly Martin This is the greatest amount ever ad ministered hereabouts and has dis pelled the diphtheria germ but oth er complications exist and the child is in a serious condition For Piles use Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment 250 size If it does not give relief or cure you money will be refunded For sale Jarvis Williams SHERIFFS SALB lly virtue of an execution No directed to mo which iumcd from the Clerks oflicu of tho Mnhlenberg Cit suit Court in favor of Edward Garrett against T Ij Taylor for the sum of SlMans and the cost of tulvcrtishijr in TUB Uicom I or one of my depu ties will on MONDAY the 3tst day of May ItiOJ between the hours of lib oclock A M tool 0 I M at the Court House door in lircowvllk Muhlenl erg County Kyxx impose to PUBLIC SALE to the highest bidder the follmvinjc property or so much theceof us way be necessary to Plaintiffs debt interest and cost towlt The redemption right ot the laml sold bv tUo musAw uonaiiussioaer the of ErtAvaxa tiurrett vs T L Tnylfijjj anti InjiCi same land con EiBPSJtJ6i as the North by U Y Hutsell on the West by Pond Jtmr on thu Kast by John Phillips and Louis Ashby anti on the South by the Korgo Scott farm levied upon as tho redemption right of T I Taylor T Ell MS Sulu will bo made on a credit of six months bond with ap proved securities required of the par chaser with interest from date at the rate of G per cent per annum and hay ing the force and effect of a replevin bond WITNESS my hand this nth day of May 100J 1 A SmyVKK Sheriff Mul boig County fly R U SIIAVBU IX S 3t Give your job printing orders to RECQRD I f t 0 1 towit 1rein Campbellst 1 J andwith pe so or s W 4 n bcjll1ep1e u T V shaH cl daY sam iso j 1 b 1 j j our b jj Iii satisfy its l v n uti trod wife l iuo in decd 4 follpws on c I furrows 1 tin i beginning J 4 Any persons vlolatmgtr- lZ arlce anplticf t l on for w r 4 t ouio a i bye see t tit y book rage omit bounded tic 1 r7ta rye dvl Wallpaper Shades Moldings i Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wrapper Slippers Vaults Disinfection ROARK r J J u f 7 g i ROARKFurniture t 4 s Grave nY- ctfnARNITZ nrn CoP a OULThYNOTLS a rsmE- ar tsIOThENcc1- SOLICtTcD r j Copyright IW tiy American frees As o clnltcm rhuse articles mind IHustrxtlona must not lo reprinted without speclnl permission I AWAY AWAY TO THE COUNTRY When eceklnK for the balm of lire Turn not to patent quacks Nor stay thoe dusty street Where noise the brain racks Conic conic away Oh come with me Whore air Is pure anti lionlth Is free The paradise of vale and Out on the farm In the country Come where you neednt live In Rata Where neighbors abut Ilko dogs and cats Come from the car man yclllns Fare Come from the citys triad scare Rush from bad smelts and Salome snares slut Into Gods sweet country airs Yes join the onj birds In their glee Out on the farm In the country On come away from tin can fare With deadly acids lurking there Ibm from those awful rots and spots That 111 un cemetery lots here get your eggs tall while you Spring chickens fresh from to plats Knock that dyspeptic misery Out on the farm In tho country Away Away Leave behind And that Incessant office grind flue U tho place to rusticate Where fresh milks making while you wait Here Indies may kimonos wear And lay aside their golden hair They even climb a cherry tree Out on the turns In the country C M n SETTING TURKEY EGG3 Smart Aleck will nature ftke by set ling turkey eggs under clucks but If he just knew a chickens tempera ture Isnt equal to the Imtcnlng heat of a vigorous turkey ho would then have the knowhow why he doesnt get livable iiroiltahlepoults Then theres that shell If n tooter loots n bank he takes out thexucst atid puts lu lilt note When Smart Aleck roe the turkey nest ho puts a nest e g rum tauca out the turkey egg and mother turkey keeps on laying so by tills policy he makes the turkey Lou an machine and the lousy old cluck n turkey Incubator Now tic man whoso brain Isnt a doughnut knows that a turkey lays several of eggs In a season and the first two are the finest Well he mates a strong young torn to twelve finely matured two or three year old hens makes provision so he always has onuu h to brood and turns nil these superfine early eggs over to thrifty turkey lions to hatch Ills poults titus under mother turkeys cut pet the early worms and Insects and are prepared for the heated period and the insert famine that comes with itChicken hatcbcd poults especially the late ones cant stand a strain bring gain and but few remain Turkey hutched poults are best to grow They win at the show and bring lu the money to make the DILL OF FARE FOR YOUNG TUR KEYS Mrs Turkey says Feed little but often Good advice Drop a fresh egg Into cold water boll thirty minutes grind up shell and all add equal amount of dry bread crumbs a sprinkle of grit and feed this quantity to six poults twentyfour hours after hatch Feed thus twO days Third day chop tender onion tops egg curd and grit for breakfast brca dipped In milk and squeezed dry for dinner egg curd and grit hopped up with dandelion or lettuce for supper Jn a week gradually Introduce rolled nail rravked wheat but dont feet chick feud nUll do not give turkey nntll they shout the red at thrci months An overdose of onion physics n rea Eonablc quantity Is a liver tonic worst and cold cure Dont curd ns It gets too tough to digest When poults rume their feathers drag their feet and dont eat they are overfed Administer an old style liver pill and give one grain of quinine for five nights In succession FEATHERS AND FG3SHELLS Got n Jcl prepared chick feed to Mart the peeps on and then branch off on cracked corn and wheat A small mill for grinding grain shell and dry bone costs 3 and pays for itself In n season Two sad lentils occurred In Pennsyl vania the past winter from the gun trap set to shoot chicken thieves The men killed were the owners who forgot the traps were there Too tad for comment A yrtung girl ht till middle west cleared rtlO last year raising peafowl receiving par pair while n boy In the suburbs of Philadelphia clears f30 on his White Hocks Buy your tumID good stoik and let him con blue pleasure pets and profit Tim claim Is made that you cnn make n on ducks to 1 on chickens We believe there Is money In ducks gut back of such claims we often QoJ t fellow with on ax to E within ol t i tt i 1 wait- e pen k care I t i i f f t 1 J n i I t sets i i goo 1 for 1 e f corn I A II 1 t I j 0 I II I 1 r x tree 1 4 dui t e k I t bat t g tine mss w r bog It the turkeyuat egg 1 j seldom mar 1 n boll y r i s s a 9 toy grind- S r p a r w a MACHINE MILTING Crtults of Tests Made by the Wiscon sin experiment Station A bulletin issued by the Wisconsin exncrlmcnt stolen says of minhlue milking Tests on machine milking covering twenty months with twentynine cows mbraolng foity wiHinite trials made by the station tutu Just completed show that machine milking IK both practical and economical In herds of twenty cows or more provided the nineblue Is cared for by an ettlelort operator These tests In charge of Pro fessors F W Wall and G 0 Hum phrey were planned to determine the eluYleney economy and effect of tine machine upon the cow A leading type of the vacuum machine was used Cows went milked continually by ma chine for portals of four to sixtytwo weeks or an average of twenty lx weeks The effect anti elllclency of ma chine milking ou the cows were In gen eral beneficial most of the cows lug well and showing little shrinkage start I I I SIIIKIMJ WITH MACIIINH from change from hand to milking with praclhally the sans av erage dot rease in production as when hued milked Comparison with pre ceding periods of hand milking for the saute cows showed practically ill tame average production Stripping by hand after machine milking was found necessary In most casts The economy of machine mliking Is due to n saving in time and In help necessary to mill n large herd About five minutes for each cow ore saved where four cows are milked at once nnd more tune when one man operates three machines milking six cows at one time The rust of operating two machines by electric power was about 4 hour Tfie oXrfimiRUl showed that the germ content was slightly dcoroiiscd and till keeping quality of the mill was somewhat Im proved by machine milking Veteri nary examinations showed no appreci able effect on the udders or the gen oral health of the cows as n result of machine milking The experience of fortyone dairy farmers covering periods from out month to over two years Indicated that n majority of them mire favorable to the machine Fonie twentyseven reported favorably eight wore ands cided and six were unfavorable Detecting the Drood Goy A man of wide experience In swine luisbnndry In selecting the breed sow choose one with a straight or slightly arched back straight lower line drop girth wide up and down fairly sprung rib straight legs plenty of hone neat head and not less than twelve well developed teats for a large number of tents Is one of tile best Indications of n valuable brood sow She should possess n quiet disposition anti should be accustomed to bola handled which is of great value In caring for the dam and Utter nt far rowing THE FEEDER Do not iced corn to brerdin owes It Is too heating Give tvo lilrdi oats when bran with u little oihupal mixed In The groin should bo selected with cart Salt as an Appetizer Salt tnukrs animal stron and capable of resisting disease Tliolr flesh Is hardier anti the tune tions of the organs are more regular Their digestion Is bwior nnd thev can Biibslat on insider thai otherwise mlglr be Injurious to health Moreover with the assistance of salt they ran extract more nourishment front a ulven quan tty of fodder spice the How of di gestive liquid Ip more copious hence salt Is of special Importance Food For Strengthening Bona The Nebraska experiment station the effects of different upon the strength of the buttes of the hog Hogst fed corn alone hud the weakest bono Corn mind shorts guvo bone somewhat stronger Guru and skburallk corn and tankage and corn Olid ground bone produce strength The butts produced by curl and ground boor inert than twke as strong ns those priKluced by nlone The stronger larger than the others but the walls were thicker Potatoes Per Colts Au occasional find of BI d raw po tatoes substituted for the grain ration I of colts will prove bonetkInl Those that are not Inclined In eat them can soon be taght to do KO by cutting them very flue nud mixing them with the groin ration Potatoes are cooling nnd tend to prevent constipation The latter must be guarded ngalnst when dry hay Is fed A brain mush ouce or j twice n wool Iota which a great ful of linseed meal has been stirred Is I an excellent laxative I I I I nn I I I I livelier mot reports busies url f fyi t i 1 t t mis liar cents lac c u fig mi writes out Wlrl ford L tout cur flu s n SORE MOUTH IH SWINE Cause cf This Infectious Disease and How It Should Be Treated I n OH Inns sore month appears open nully nml touch loss ii young swine siiys Professor Thomas Shaw It seldom trucks those over the nge of six weeks It Is u germ dNense and la highly hi foci Ions mil lortunalciy It tines out apiHKtr very often It is liable to be more proviilpnt In wet sons when the pons become mnra or loss lllthy nud especially tho jnrdn connected with ihiin The disease conics front n grrm which Is suld to be normal to tbo IniestincK of swluo The Infection It Is thonsht nmially comes from the of the sows tha former conning In contact with tho droppings and filth containing the germs Hut It mnv come jilso through tic medium of dry dust AS It Is very Infections as soon us It Is discovered the sow nnd hrr litter should he IHO hated or it may work touch harm in n herd of young swlno Uaunlly more than SO per cent of the affected ani mals die and those that recover are usually more or loss deformed about the mouth because of the sloughing of thc skin The first Indlallous of the disease will show themselves probably In n disposition by thPwyonng animals to remain aloof and to neglect to trtko food Then there fc liillaiiiiuutlou in spots In various port Ions of the mouth nod the lips Thoo form ul cers and then sloughinn follows In thN way csvAlllos larger or smaller are formed These In Home limliilicus cause the teeth In part at lens In drop out In from three to ten days death follows in the ease of those which do nut recover Treatment mny lj successful in some Instances It consists In dipping the animals head downward two or three times n tiny and for three or four times In a solution of permanganate of potassium It Is made by dissolving one ounce of the potassium In ouch gallon of water Preventive measures are vastly better These first disinfecting the pens occasionally oral cleaning away the manure fre quently cud third Isolating the affect ed animals with all promptness Sleep Feeding Tests The Wisconsin experiment station used yearling wethers to loam the value of various gratin rations Uni form animals were selected and put Into several lots to receive different grain rations but allowed to run for roughage anti pasture l c suits rjs Kunimurlzod by I n Russell of tliei meat stnlon are suggostlrft Grain rations for eiub of four lots were as follows Iot 1 equal parts of cracked corn and whole oIly lot U equal parts of crocked peas niid whoto oats lot 3 equal parts of cracked barley anti whole oats lot whole oats roughage pasture hay cabbage anti roots feeding period Aug 1 to about Nov 15 For several weeks at begin ning wethers given little or no rough ago and grain only once n day Varia tions In the ford were made so as to have the wethers in best possible con dition at till time of showing The teat showed that lot 1 fed cracked corn and whole oats mode largest sal cheapest gain while tic lot fed barters and oats ranked second Peas wore the must expensive but produced a firm handling bur this reason they are recommended by experience met III feeding sheep for the show ring A Three Horse Evener Many times on tai farm one IKM use fur tin exti I three horse evener A Wisconsin farmer who has coiibtructed Out that works satisfactorily says of it All easily constructed anti effective three horse evener tiara be mode b almost any mentor and It will make each horse do Ills share of the work All thirst Is required for this evener Is the 2 by 0 or J by S inch stick shown I catnaps I orotund tektite sty YI t oats Itt cJj scar teats together Professor t t C l I tie nut EVENtttt Fun TIIKKK HOUSES lu time Illustration It should be about six feet niil eight Inches long one hole bored in thecenter and out about three lushes from either end rite singletrees are fastened ou with cevce and you are ready for work- j The center tugs must hi crossed as shown and care must be used to see j that the tugs are the right length Uy crossing the tugs the pull will be equally distributed on ouch horse Points For Sv re Breeders A well regulated dip taut beats a uuidhole Even fattening hogs appreciate a variety of feed Fattening the hog cheaper is malt lug larger profits The poor fence invites the curious hog to try Its strength Little pips need plenty of room to exercise sand to develop their muscles Cooking all the food for hogs may not pay but iced drinks are oven more Unprofitable A careful selection of breodlug do much to Increase tho profits lu the hog business A good brood sow should be woli kept Shi h alwuyn producing n profit or preparing for IL Clean Watering Troughs Sprinkle lime In your watering troughs and nut a particle of scam will form on th surface Vhon the HUK loses Its strength scum will begin to form which may be twice during n zcaaon V sh out the trough anti re pent the dose It is cheap harmless wholesome keeps tho water sweet und the live stock with- r III 3 CS Z 0i stocks dt Furniture Moldings Wall Paper We carry on our floors and In our ware rooms the largest variety of Furniture in Wuhlcnberg If we do not have what you want we will get it for you We have factory 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 order houses Picture and Room Moldingstocks complete Wallpaper is now a staple article of mer chandise being used all the year round And we always have full selections prices 5 cents and up per roll tOurEngraving Machine is the only one in this part of Kentucky and we are exclusively prepared to supply individual Mime Plates which we furnish on all outfits without extra cost Undertaking and Embalming Coffins in White Enamel and Stained Varnish finish Caskets in White Enamel Natural Woods White Colored and Black Cloth Covered allMetallic and Copper lined airtight Caskets all lengths and regular extra and double extra widths Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes constant ly in stock for immediate delivery Burial Robes Wrappers Suits Dresses Slippers etc in large variety Our two licensed Embalmers respond at once to calls for such services Our general equipment is complete and of highest grade We have a Funeral Car in service sub ject to call anywhere Private LongDistance Tele phones Day Store No 72 Night Home No 108 Residence 150 yards from store Prompt service any hour day or night TUG J L ROARK ESTATE ORIEN L MASK Hiaajcr Slogans runs lighter than any lasts longer any is more be autiful than any FBE less vibration than any is easier to operate than ay other makes a more perfect etitck any other is best of bined in one FREE SEWING MACHINE CO CHICAGO M ILLINOIS T H MORGAN SON Agts Wo Buy Hides Gild Wool Felhcn Tallow Beefvrtx GInienr GoIcfonSeaUYeUowRcoO Apple Yid Cln 4r dr ler etuUuhedl in 1856 Ores century In LaimiTfc acd cm do better fee you iKm ajcnu cr merclxnU Rcfrtence D nit in LowwiBe Write for weeUy price lit hipvjjpj Up Snbsl A Sons 20 E Market LOUISVILLE KY More than nine out of ten of rheumatism are simply rheumatism of the muscles due to cold or damp or chronic rheumatism In such cases no internal treat ment is required The free application of Liniment is all that is needed and it is cer tain to give quick relief Give it a trial and for yourself how quickly it the pain and soreness Price 250 large sine goo 1Unarlli lOur EI19JtUil1 I Engfttbing S wind Ma h1nc JFIiREE than other G JFlPlJEE other tF other E FlmIEE than the allcom FURS May etc We arc muwoo Sal St Rhoumatisnl SIC c iIi c1r rri Jiff connections exclusive t7 Two fir T has t7 rg1i abeEE halls lad lea ever cases ehas s do relieves l z Y r Mobil Route Louisville and Chicago REST LINK TO California and the Vast Northwest Two trains daily French Lick arid West Baden Springs UNION STATION LOriSVILLM DEAHUOUN STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E H BACON D P A X W Cor 4th and Market Sts LOUISVILLE ICY Secure a Free Scholarship Now All persons who contemplate en tering the Western Kentucky State 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