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FBSiJiBBirtt Record Advertising Costs Nothing It pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates t I i t 1JXiXIXi1 iXaC1IXlXX 4- w s w laildiflg Stories The height of the loftiest build ings successively erected in New most world fame city in the world for lofty in creasing by leaps and bounds The topmost point of the Singer building recently opened is 612 feet above the pavement the finial of the that crowns the Metropolitan Life tower is 700 feet above the same level and recently plans were got out for a building to be erected by the Equitable Life company from whose summit 909 feet above street level it will be necessary to look down some 300 feet to find the top of the Singer building Now as a matter of fact the lim it upon height conies neither from the inherent weakness of the build ung nor from the overturning or Tacking effects of the wind Under existing conditions the ultimate it is determined by a cer tarn clause in the present building i of New York which says that iae maximum pressure under the footings on a rock bottom if caison foundations arc used is not to ex teed fifteen tons per square foot That is to say if the architect and builder and the owner see fit to do so they may keep piling story upon story until the pressure upon the rock underlying the foundations has reached a Qnaximum of fifteen tons to the squire foot The height to which the may be carriedf may be anything within the whim or purse of the owner and the skill of engineer architect may choose to make it It has just been figured out that subject to the conditions a miramouth structure 2000 feet high would be possible upon an area 200 feet square without exceeding the building codelimit of fifteen tons to the square fooftiouRdation The of floor lo floor After rvanou5 trials Mr 0 F Semsch chief engi neer of the Singer building has found that a building of 1150 stories 2000 feet high would be the limit ugh Pressure Fire Fighting A stationary fire engine suckiag veritable rivers of waters now hurl ing these with the impact of a catar act clear to the roof forty story sky scraper now turning a deluge from 60 to i So streams against a burning city block now sniffing out conflagation on the wings of a fifty mile an hour gale threat ens an entire town with destruction and conquering two four or six fires that may have broken out at the same time in widely separated districts such a device is the high pressure fire service the wonderful new fire fighting machine which is to revolutionize our fire fight ing methods so that within five years not a fire engine will be seen within the heart of any of our first class cities declares the Technical Although at present the sys tern is in in only a single district in the borough of Manhat tan not in a generation has an in vention aroused keener world wide interest among those intrusted with the conduct of municipal affairs From almost every big city in the United States from every country in Europe even from far off Japan engineers have gone to Manhattan to view for themselves the almost incredible performances of the new device FUEE If Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment does not do all that is claimed for it your money will be refunded For sale by Jarvis Williams Tikrcilosis of tile Jiiiits It is customary to regard tuber culosis disease affecting lungs only but as a matter of fact it may attack any of the organs or tissues of the body When the bones or joints arc af footed the disease is called surgical tuberculosis because it is then amenable to mechanical treatment or may even be extirpated by the surgeons knife joints most frequently attack cd art the spine the hip and the j knee although no joint is exempt Tuberculosis seldom originates in the joint but is usually preceded if Limit 154 e Yorkthe buildingsis j lantern 4 j y j lime o height a ode I t j t ofa k guano f new operation k I i thee i The 1 0 w I I n r 4 dingtl the above i u tom I s height forc s a y tor from i which I s World k asa i r t It f by trouble in a ncighboiing bone in the lungs glands of the neck or other more or less rcaotc part The symptoms of tuberculosis ar thritis or tuberculosis of the joints vary somewhat according to the joint involved but as a Jjpc one may take tuberculosis of the knee formerly called white swelling The first frank symptoms of in flammation arc often preceded by a feeling of weakness in the joint The child for it is the young who chiefly suffer from these troubles walks a little stiffly or with a slight limp and favors the knee When questioned why he does not run about as formerly he will usually say he does net he does not for there is no pain at this time and at most if he is pressed he will say his leg is tired Soon pain appears nice in location and often referred to some part other than the disease ed joint Then as the dicssc itself the knee will be seen to be swollen and pain is now caused motion so that the little patient keeps the leg slightly bent and rigid There is oftencrying the child cries out sharply in his sleep but may not awaken or he may wake and whimper for a time and then to sleep again and again m a few minutes or a few hours give another screamTuberculosis of the knee may as sume out of three forms That seen most frequently in adults is dropsy the joint being distended with fluid The most common form is the socalled white swel ling In this the joint is distend ed with a soft spongy growth the skin over it being stretched and white Tvf thirtl form issuppurativc iMint cbin following ic form The treatment i ijiy render ing tile jointmovable sometimes t TvfVYt v t u contents if pus Life in the open air day and night especially by the seaside does as much good for joint tuberculosis a openair life farther inland or in the mountains dots fur consumption of the lungs Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment does not burn or blister and relieves pain in a few minutes For sale by Jarvis Williams Sentence Sernoas Only the doctrines that make deeds are worth working over Preaching dietetics is always the forts of those who are out of bread The child who gives all gives more than the richest who gives a part Too many think their hearts are uplifted because their feel light The desolate lives are those that are lived for lifes furniture on iy Many feels thathis indorse of a religion gives it1 its pre eminenceIts being a on the right road than a private one on the wrong When a man really gets a truth he ceases to be afraid cither of hell or of heaven Putting the divine names in caps and man in nonpareil does not make the world any better It were better to suffer from eternal justice than to enjoy unend lOg bliss on a crooked deal The wisdom of the world has ways come from the people who did not fear being called fools They think there is only one heaven usually want to put a toll gate at their station New type hi the latest faces fresh stocks of stationery and quick place this times in position to command job printing wants Notice to the Public If persons living near the street arc lamps or any person vyill call telephone No i or No case the lights go out the matter will be given immediate attention J A OILMAN Mngr If its bqoksj magazines etc them from this U U knowand declares b falloff tt fungus like monl i I b r th only heads aman hand car ale roadto serv- Ice Sin t 21 tf e get office i 1 si sly cutung oar t most eatm who your 1 fi The Youths Companion for 1999 The amount of good reading giver to subscribers to The Youths Com panion during the year indicated by the following summary of contents for 1909 So 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 Stones Including Six Serial Stories Humor ous Stories Stories of Adventure Character Heroism 1000 UptoDate Notes On Current Events Recent Discov cries in the World of Science and Nature Important Matters in Poli ticts and Government 2000 OneMinute Stories Inimitable Domestic Sketches Bits of Humor and Select ed Miscellany The Weeekly Health Article the Weekly AVomans Arti cle Timely Editorials etc A full Announcement of the new volume will be sent with sample copies of the paper to any address on request The new subscriber for 1909 who at once sends 175 for the new volume adding 50 cents for extra possage if he Jives in will receive free all the remam ing issues for 1908 including the Double Holiday Numbers also The Companions new Calendar for 1909 In Grandmothers Garden lithographed in 13 colors The Youths Companion 1 44 Berkeley Street Boston Mass Get a set of pneumatiV rubber tops for you tvpev UL Grtitcst nl i operation uiaiiic ivoarc has them you are asked to i all for a look Anecdotes Canada U q i r t 4 u A Little Goo Pami in Time Saves When your pointing everyday delay costs you ma icy tin rain snow are ta work Lumber costs too much to lei it oeciy for wont of n little paint It costs less tor tue good char to with out it We IBM nothing but go9c paint on ou work CARTERStrictly Pure fWHITE LEAD Pure Limced Oil Pure and the most expensive colors The land of paint we use never cracks or Kales only years wear will rcnnvn it Let us re you when ready to paint We a fintclass and durabb job prices rcjuoa LIs Dont put it off J H HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 need oJ Tu penttco r DR BARLO- WDENTIST Crown and fridge Work done reasonable prlceH Ofllce up stairs in the Jones Dufldlng- Qreenvllle Ky DR T J Physician and ODlce HulncroKs street near Malastrcet CAM HOWARD WADe II GRAY HOWARD GRAY Office In Crcrn Ballttaf opposite Likfe Rttel DR LGliELLA HELfSLEY OSTEOPATH 1 Office at Home East Street Telephone No To SBBUBWe Ship best quality and Garden Seeds direct to at lowest wholesale prices Stf We sell Clovers Grasses Seed Oats Seed Corn Cane Seed Millet Cow Peas Soja Seed Potatoes Cabbage Po tato and Tomato Slips Onion Sets Garden Beans Garden ftfeas all kinds Garden Flower seeds Land Plaster and ftfftilizers Write us for prices and samples State what you want NASHVILLE CO 215 Second NASHVILLE TEM AT FACTORY RllCES I a N th con III I t LAWYBRS p l Fieldan SEEDt Avenue J pi D uJJSJI JeW iLAT e r Main M geld t Beans Peanuts ants North LOBE OUGIES 1 j 04 it f 02 y tOt t THE DR KINGS NEW DISCOVERY FOR COLDS AND ALL THROAT AND LUNGDISEASES PREVENTS PNEUMONIAD CONSUMPTION Two years ago a severe cold on ny lungs and so completely prostrated me that I WM after using one I went back to work as well as I ever WAS W J ATEHTS Banner Springs Tcna PRICE 50c AND 3100 SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY All Druggists liNG OF CURES r I COUGHSAND F- i e Lt 2 j 1tI unable to work and scarcely able to stand I then was advised to try Dr Kings New d t i j I J r1- t tA fj f j 1 4A I settle w Dls ore aad i weezeur w t TRADE MARKS DESIGNS i COPYHIGHTS Ac a sketch and description ascertain our oi lnon whether an Invention Communion tloumrlellycimtliloiitlal tree npeney fopporunnciKitentn 1atonU taken Co receive 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one given you For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine SLACK DRAUGHT liver Medicine The reputation of this old relia i ble medicine for constipation in digcction and live trouble is established It does not imitate other medicines It is better than others or it would not be the fa vorite liver with a cafe than ell others combined SOLD IN TOWN F2 I It with nlll c each fill hand lIhl JIat II price lesthe our ollr Slcl l lOr ntlll till Intent particular I firmly I Typewriter paper supplies ribbons etc of all this retrial k su tree ne mvoouecustomers l rrrTRICt tan ii NCiIAN- ICIauaaIrefrertrbply 1onnln alencenAlwwto Ire bMl Sim de nct rR1sD tlhalrullol ictwer S5m Ae cry tree if you 115101 6 tlalc m si bias4iPhototraplt7 inltreiU- erc rybodr Ast1Htrat1- nrrWHtimlvtci hesr i- tk5satrulpilurcmntU iy pd c contest t t o- oidtiam spletlon oo rood Ssmple Gro- If yes mrnlWa ibi al n 1byG tiudsat officer K S POULTRY Very Clew Meh CbmnUUd h tUrindWr chwper lh a nIUa for caUlof ibawlcr toll Ua ot ttadag lot U CDScVLBlTHCSCaC Ka Greenville Hardware CRiS The most practical chair that hub yet been made is the automatic on display at Roarks Nothing like seen here Call and have a look We Ask You to take Cardui for your female troubles because vo ere sure It vlll help you Remember that this great iemalo remedy M fOot f m taut CUr CJ r a tub writ fever e t YlNEI1Jf AIi whas brought relief to thousands Ep Si other women so not to a you For headache backache H Q periodical pans female weak tg ness many havo said It Is the best medicine to take Try It I B Soiw in This City n Wallpaper in endkss variety at Roarks and at matchless bargain prices 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE of sic why I r Avoid Danger When you are sick or suffering from any of the troubles peculiar to women Car dui that wellknown and successful remedy for Thousands of women have used Cardui and been benefited Why not you Dont take any chances Get the old reliable ofttried remedy for women of all ages VHGL Etilp TJnzanit Morgan 3 Jxf I suffered with to turn of life and Tried without relief I had pains all over my body and at times I could not sit At last I took Cardui and now I can do ray housework I have ladies about Cardui and recommend it to all women Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES jI I TAKECARDUI I Yon In L em diei toldmany tiIdelay take r omen r ya rti r IncTire edrlll a sick Jflrattna The J L Roark Estate furniture dealers and undertakers has added to its equip ment 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 ndivldually engraved casket name plates instead of the stamped stock patterns usually employed And while the city undertakers 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 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 can 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 sanitary work and disinfection To provide the best in every branch is the coo study of the management and the generous appreciation shown by the public has caused still deeper and greater determination on the part of the concern tp give constantly improving service and on the most favorable basis With this in view other features will be added from time to time as they appear The Fiancia is fitted with all attachments for engraving articles of any character and the mechanical perfection of the machine appeals to all public is given a special Invitation to call at any time and see the machine W A Wickliffe President C E Martin Pre U John T Reynolds Jr Cashier Ed S Wood Assisting Cashier Directors W A Wickliffe E J Puryear R T Martin J T Reynolds Jr Ed S Wood C E Martin Geo W Martini 1Ettgru iug IlItUt4iut The j T ej ucY Vie I L i o a 4 w ra r E5xskaXoa 1ac rctM1 Au Independent Newspaper RECORD PRESS OWBN KICK President OIUKX L Ilninx Secretary OKIHX L ROAKIC EDITOR Teleph0n No T2- Offle In new Annex rear of store ground iloor 50 CENTS PER YEAR IK ADVANCE TERMM Thr prior of imiwr In ble in and when Unit to wUIcU It l paid mopped Cnrdn tif thanki nbltnnry notlcm If not longer than ton llnrn will freer A charge oth per late will be for Ingllncn No this rule tonnjopt- KrroH m pie copies will be mulled Ailrprllnrmrntft will t r Inserted A rate lard will be furnltbul on request Ad 1rKf Ml comimiitlcMtinnn and tnnVe nil re mltUnrcH payable to KIICOKD PRKSS- UrreiiTlllr Ky THURSDAY MAY 25 WW Koterril at the Greenville Ky pontofflcc an aecondrtons matter ANNOUNCEMENTS We are anthitrlzed to iinnnuni0 WALTER C K1MMRL- M eandMate for Shrrlft of Muhlrnb rg ubjret to the action of the Republican Taft ctncrir cotiir VLKIIK We arc authorized to Mnnnuiii C R CURD A fanil Idatr for reelection to the ofllee of Clerk of the Muhlenbcrg Circuit Court Hiibjoot o the action vf the Republican party ron COCXTT covnr CLEHK We nrc ntliorlicd to announce F n LEWIS candidate for reelection to the ofllee of County Court of Muhlenbcrg county kitlf ject to the Action of the Republican party We are authorized to Aunonnce OEO K YORK candidate for reelection to the ofllee of Jailer nubjcrt to the action of the Republican THAT Denver man who committed murder because he was given skim milk would never qualify as a summer boarder THE Pullman company is to spend some millions of dollars in enlarging its plant Perhaps they arc to put in an experimental station to plan more upper berths Seitence SerMMS I to V- v of love is never knows its own cost Shifting the blame for sin does not uproot its sowing No man can feed his soul who is starving his servants Only a clothes rack will let digni ty stand in the way of duty It takes a tremendous lot of relg ion to convert a mans pocket The straight truth would often save a lot t f crcukcd travelipg SHERIFFS SALE Jly virtue of an execution No 1SD dirvctuil to me which issued from the Clerks office of the Malilcnbur Cir cult Court in favor of Edward Gurrctt nffainstT L Taylor for the sum of S12iiJ30S and the cost of advertising in TIm UKCOKD I or one of my depu ties will on MONDAY the 31st day of tIny IiUU between the hours of 10 oclock A M and 0 P M at the Court House diMr in Greenville Muhlcnber County ICv expose to to the highest bidder the following property Or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy Plaintiffs debt interest and cost retlemption of the land sold bv the master commissioner in the case of Edward Garrett vs T L Tailor and being the same land con veye l to D J Terhnne by Fiun Short by deed datetl Dec 7th llHKi in deed book No tW page 417 and bounded as follows on the North by It W Uatsell on the West by Pond llivcr on the East by John Phillips unit Louis Ashby and on the South by the George Scott farm levied upon as the redemption right of T L Taylor TKUMS Sale will bo made on a credit of six months bond with ap proved securities required of the pur chaser with tram date at the rate of 6 per cent per annum and hav the force and effect of a WITNESS my hand this llth day of Slay 11HKI J A SHAVER Slicrilf Muhlcnberg County Ity R B SHAVER D S 3t NOTICE TO POULTRY RAISERS Now Is the time of year to feed your fowls a good tonic 4 1144 cures cholera gapes roup canker and Hmberneck When fed as a preventive it not only keeps them healthy but makes them lay Price Soc No cure no pay your druggists Jarvis Williams Try it under the guarantee Ask for booklet on diseases of poultry 3m j r t Hi t rUULUIIUIP TUUneUATa liT I b be II Tarlatlon of If Clerk Ton UILKR part med t t 4 t PCllrIC ArE 1 I II I Wire t I 1 J t I h J I u I guranteed ny r Xit p L hoJ Lry Qt tt JiF J a1 4Q I IY j J dOo1 I iA w z ess Long Dlstirnce the pay advance the bus the paper will etc published sueure ran 1urnwr canal part ww I a 1 srolawin a fad is a sliort cut t ual to avho mind ptnt tip l he glory that it 1i to wit The right not j Interest ruple bond r e a 1 S f r r 1- 4 t a red r to le yin Y a of Green e Schools We shall only in this give a brief outline and review ol Green ville schools Greenville has always had schools the early pioneers built a school house in the first years of the nineteenth century It was n one story two roomed brie k build ing built on the Mast side of Cherry street and North of plain cross street This house was used for several years both as a place of worship and for school purposes i was called the Ciiecnvillc Seminary and for a number of years was used as a district school house and a county high school it being a high cr graded school than any other in the county As a district school house it had a run of about eighty years until the district secured oth er school property and then it was torn down and removed and now a vestige of it can be seen Its site is occupied by a dwelling We this school house years altogether with a number of young men and ladies of Green vine and some young mpn floral the country The school was taught by M J Roark deceased Those is hut one other person living in Greenville that we know of that attended that school at that time the balance have either died or moved away thus ends the history of the Greenville Seminary During the year of 1850 one Wil liam Green began the establishment of what was called the Greenville Female College he built houses a beautiful site perhaps not ex celled anywhere in the state for beauty and attractiveness Green married a daughter of James Weir noted pioneer and man of wealth Green was an educated man god of high intellectual attainments he was also a Presbyterian preacher and considered a fine sermonizer In our boyhood days we often heard him preach The whole tenor of his lite seemed to be based and centered upon education which he principally devoted to such work perhaps he was a little fanatic about such natters He spent a fortune of 5000000 for the betterment of education m Greenville and Muh lenberg county he not only built the school buildings and cottage now owned the Greenville school but he assisted greatly in building school houses in different parts of the county which greatly reduced his means Green the Greenville Female Academy under the very best discipline and regulation supplied it with compel tent teachers from the East and all the necessary comforts for a good school and had A large attendance of young lady students from differ eat parts of the state and his school boon became noted with widespread reputation After a few years Greens means failed him and he became broke unable to further conduct the school successfully after having his means and time for the educational advantages of his town and county he sold out his school property to Cumberland Presbyterian Church he left the county and state a poor man never to Return but spent eventful and useful life in oth cr states and then passed away When the Cumberland Presbyter tan church came in possession of the school property they continue the school under the sains discipline anti regulations inaugurated by Green and employed some of the same teachers that served under Green For the first few years thi school was placed under the care of Musss Anthony and Abbot experi enced educators It was then pint ed under the superintcndency of William McNary then under charge of the Rev J C and again under McNiry thin under the Rev W L Casky then under the care of the Rev James Morton thn under the charge of the Rev Azcl Frcem xn then the property was purchased by th Rev W L Casky and run a fe v years and sold to E W Hall thus ends the life of the Gr ivilb feiiile school after a successful and pros perous run of about thirty years it had ben attended by hundreds of young ladles from dif fcrent puts of the state Now about the time that Green established the female school he to gether with others urged the import ance of establishing a male school no the Presbyterians together with outside help built a two story brick building on the tyorth qnd Cherry street near a fine spring The home was built in the early 185 s and called the Greenville Male Col j Review article attended forty six ago Upon b district organized along nwd andafter f I r ssssssssssse s s f now hilt t o I r hen and a school vs started unflcr charge of Professor Donaldjjn whi it a yjir or so ftst it was pi teed in charge of Professors Patterson James K being undo president The Putcrsont were young men but had fine cdncation Wail were gifted educators and soon built up a fine school of considers ble reputation young men from dif fcrent parts of the state come to Grccnvilis to attend the Iclicrson school this school grew Wild with u large attendance of young men until the civil war came up when it was closed and many of the students under went into the war Some were lost on battle fields and men of distinction James K Patterson married a daughter of Chas F Wing a handsome and noble woman when the schuul here they wept to Lexington whore Patterson engaged in oduoa atonal matters and is now a profcs sor and President of a high school at that place William and Walter Patterson younger brothers we think have died I here arc two old men now living in Greenville who attended the Patterson shop After the war several attempts was made to establish a permanent and progressive school but were unuc The Greenville School district purchased the property and uuod it a while for a district school house the house is now occupied as a thus ends the history of brick college Shall history repeat itself and shall Greenville again have such noted and prosperous schools as wpre in former years These old schools wore an honor and a credit to Greenville The people that lived in Greet ville during the progress of those schools were are of a different char acter from those that live here now They were brought up as it were under the old constitution girls and boys paid for their education they afterwards appreciated its value and generally made good use of it Free education is not always effective A young man that earns his money by his own efforts and energy knows its value but one who receives as a Rift does not know and appreciate its are valuable sinews of strength to the progress of a country These old citizens did not practice modern manipulation of scheming and laying plans and traps to catch somebody and their money but they were prompted by honest mo ties Now in way of memorial upon the once fatuous female school we would add Altho the founder of the historic female school today sleeps beneath sod and soil of a distant state yet here in Greenville his once loved homo on that magnificent site which he selected sixty ears ago and made it so beautiful and attractive arc still standing the school houses he built proudly pointing to the sky as monumental trophies of honor credit to the name of a noble mar who once exercised the energies of his soul and poured out the devo tion of his great philanthropic heart for the moral and intellectual ad vancement and betterment of his country Those old school buildings land marks and relics of other times that have a remarkable history stand to flay as living monuments and objects of the fond recollections of persons who were gathered within their walls as students during the antebellum days and years afterwards many have gone down in death yet some survive and may dwell in far off homes their heads become white their eyes dim by the passage ol years and their strength weakened by the toils of time yet their fond recollections no doubt often steals back to old Greenville their mem orics review again the old school buildings the rooms and halls that once resounded with the songs of joy and gladness where they spent so many happy days of their in the warm associations of and classmates for whom formed attachments of respect and love Their school days were the happiest period of their lives full of hope and bright anticipations of a long drawn future where Fancy pictured for life a noble tread amid flowers of peace happiness and love Our recollections often goes back to when we would attend the exam inations concerts and entertain inents given at the closing of the school acssion where pleasant hours charmed and enter 2 t t t It liege I prospered became closed ces ftll residence va1uer edupa- thffi Hence per o1s grafting reflection th audI girlhood mat 71f r2 l r- 1r ccon luct 1 Patterson some told thc c uay about se madeC alit tcs stir r 1 and song and by thShprcsentalion of so many young lady students who were in the bloom and vigor of life with sparkling 9yes and glowing countenances of purity gentleness anti love their young lives were crowned with bright prospects toll of hopes no burden no cares and life was sweet slut by the rulings of time they were scattered upon the great arena of life to cares alto destiny them have faded and gone and those melodious voices that onre rang out so sweet in the old school hall charmed the audience and touched with emotion the have been hushed in death or shattered by age Now the reali tics of those old school days are simply indelible impressions that have been made upon the tablets of memory and are matters of recol lection the old citizens and parents who would attend the closing exec cises of the female school and would rejoice at the triumphs of its success have all passed away and rest in graveyards here and elsewhere each in their narrow cells forever laid and with their forefathers sleep There arc very few persons living in Greenville now that were livitig here in early history of these schools there are three ladies living in Greenville who were students of the female school over fifty years ago but the site and surroundings looked very different then from what it does now AVc come nowto a more modern review close von to thirty years ago Prof E W Hall and lady came to Greenville from New York they were people of high standing and good families they came with diplomas of the best school of New York and with a number of ol experience in conducting first class schools Hall purchased the school property now owned by the Greenville school district and start ed to build up a first class school for the people of Greenville anj the county he inaugurated his school under a regular collegiate discipline with perfect decorum a better educato could not have Been found in the state Hal had the experience and the practical know ledge to knp his business and ht had the iieiiye to execute and con xi v state if the people of Greenville and the county had used their ef forts and influence to assist him in the school TO 1E CONTINUED Commissioners Sales Muhlenbcrg Circuit Court Kentucky Irene Cox itcV rifr- vi T E Cor tc Deft By virtue of a judgment and order ol sale i f the MuhtanbecgOlruuti Court rendered at the April terns there f 10 4 the above cause sum of Two Hundred nu I Furry two Dol lars Wail 7ft cntfl with Interest at the rate of 6 per rent per uiuipm fom the Slat day of Ma ICOU until paW OIC5 rusts hereto I shall proceed to alley for cola at the Courthouse JnOrecnvlIle Ky to the highest bidder PUiiLlO AUCTI K ou Monday the Slut day uf May 1003 at oclock p m or thereabout being County Court dry upon a credit of six mouths the folh wlngOc crlbcd property towlt Beginning at a corner Itoad street thence X 80 W IJT12 to n rok thence N 5 Ell poles to a rock thence B 83 12 18 to W poles to the beginning bring the saute land couvtyeil to John S Cox and trout Cox by Parch U Branson by deed dated November 7 18 8 Or HUfliclfiit thereof to prtdacc the sum of nioimy o otsloretl to be mode For the pur cbauc price the purchaser with approved surety or siHinltloH must execute hand bear lujf ICKH Interest inim the day uf mile until paid and having the force and effect of a judg meal Bidder writ be prepared to comply promptly with tlitkic terms Jas W Ogles M C M C C T E Tburmnn and 3Julilcnbers County Sirluza Uaitk- vs T S Carrltbers By virtue of u Judgment nUll unlcrof the Jlulilenberjj Circuit Court ivmlereil at the April term thereof 1009 In the above for the solo or Kl lHtfeii IIunclrc WWII Nluet eight pollara nml 05 rents with Interest at the rate of 0 per cent per nunuui from the Slut day of May 1003 until pall and 3030 costa herein I shaft protted to offer for sale lit the Court huiue door In Oreenvlllc to the highest bidder at PUUUC AUCTION on Monday the 3Ut dny of May 1000 at 1 oclock p in or therea bouts belli Comity Court day upon a credit of six months the folowlng described prop rely towlt Situated ou the watery of Cyprowj Creek Jluhleiibv County Ky nod bounded as fol lows Be lnultiK maple black RIIIII and oak gone running tltenco N 58 E 10 poles to a Mtakr thanes 3 M E Si 12 poles to two miijilcM thence S 71 K 44 to o stake form prig n gum b 75 E 57 poles to a tree anti two beeehes thence S 23 12 V Cff anti inai le tliencu H H W IJ palsy tu un clot maple nail persimmon theneo XWilJ WBiKipolo to n deed white ouk and oak thence N W 1M poles to ibo beluuln containing 1IU mars mote or le n KecorJed In deed book CO pogo 21 the coal and mining right liuvln been previously hoMo Or HumVieat thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be nude Fur file porch use price the purchaser with approved ecnr ItS or ciirltloH must execute bond bearlnjr legal Interest tram the day ut sale until pull mid having tho force sad olTeut of a judgment Utddertt will Ins prepared to comply promptly Xth thcsu ttrinsi Jas W Gates M C 1tAI JIf y 1 1 lam dbY sic meet its manyIf hearers ears qualified i J S hooJ qpld the best thc buildingup II c INEQUITY In th E A- Il IhlIle 83 I VIIT j DIlIC toEQUlT of 1t IlL ivies then to two gum billuk 1 Ie l i 1 ii j lo kLL p r t snot Wand hay ecn made one 0 in fore and ur purrs also air sonny sugar poles s y w t Coninsi Sales Muhlenbcrg Circuit Keotircky John 8 Miller guardian etc 1 IT W A An etc Daft EQUITY By virtue of i Judgement and Order of Sale of the Muhlenbcrg Circuit Court mulcted at the April term thereof 1003 In the ubovc reuse for the sam of one hundred and cl tityone dol lars with InUmNt at the rate of 0 per cent per annum from the 31 day of May 1009 until paid lord J0320 herein I shall proceed to offer the Courthouse door In Greenville toths highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the HI duty of May ItHQ at 1 oclock p m or thereabouts living County Court day upon n credit of six months the following scribed property towlt Beginning at n stake In Klleyu line near a poplar stump thence N 07 dcg W W odes to a stone In West line of lot number 5 to n lend black oak two Iron woods marked ns pointers thence H 3 C8 holes and three links to n stone In Tlptonn field the oil military line thence with the old line S SJmluntcs50 poles cud nine llnlmio n stone III tile old line nod curacy to L Kltey thence with iwlcsS llnkri to the beginning containing 33 acres Jas W Gates M C J A Joliiistun riiilntKT TH J n WlilUwnrv er nncl wife MnlU e Whllcscnrvcr DcftH By virtue ot n Judgment nUll order ante of the Muhlenbtrg Circuit Court rendered at the April tenu thereof In the above cnuse for the sutra of Eight lluudrctl and Twenty Dullernnd 20 centH with Interest at the rato of tlxper cent per nnuuin the 3lnt day of May 1009 until paid an I flOCO I shotprufced to olTer for sole at the Courthouse door In Greenville to the highest bidder at PUBLIC AUCTION on Monday the day of May inon at I oclock p m or thereabout be tug County Court day upon a of HT montliH the followlugdcscj Ibcd prui eriy towlt Three tracts of loud cuntalulng 172 acres situated In MuhleiilwrR County Ky on the waters of Long Creek and dnscrlbcd as folIowH Bounded ou North by Tom Shutt on South by W B Fox ou East by James Ford Jon Went by W L Cornell But there IH excepted out of the above boon dory 01 acres of lend sold to J A Johnston It being nil of Ute third nod of the llrst and sccoiul tracts ut laud above mentioned Or MUfllcleut thereof to pnxluce the slams of money HO ordered to bn mode For the pur chase price the purchaser with approved se curity or securities must execute bond bearIng legal interest from day of sale until paid and having the tuna and effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms Jas V Oates M C Mary Francis Morris etc riff Emma Doss etc Deft IN EQUITY By virtue of a Judgement cud Order of Sale of the Muhlenbcrg Circuit Court tendered at the April Term thereof 1000 above fur the division of proceeds with interest at the rule of tt jxr cent per annum foui the 31 day of May lOOa until pat VaudJlUfi eoU herein I shall proceed to often fur sate at the Court house dune In JteeiivIHj to the highest Public Auction ou Monday the 31 day of May 1009 at I oclock p m or thereabout fbe lug County Court davj upon a credit of lx months the described propcrtj A certain tract of rand lying on the waters of Cypress Creek Beginning at a white oak Sum on Watkins survey Mtippowil tube 10 poles west of aiklnx corner anti rumiln TS B7JK ailpoUs to a post onkv Lonniler CoV aits thence S S5 W TO a black nod three smaU black AruxlHteml Moreheads thence 75 V 214 to three small black oaks and dogwood thence 1C 1 poles to the b elunlu containing 71 acre more r less Jas W M a OCr tc art I colds fur lit lie W In line N Z1 of IOU Slat hr the r following itC poles togoat oaks OldeSt ails sole deg Riley EfS corn curate hereby credit art ran lild rat tit ram the corner corner 1 brightens and preserves about the no old or dingy looking furniture or woodwork homes where Liquid Veneer k ased sills clean whoj ome sanl tary j Veneer can be applied by anybody anywhere at any time and no muss to dean up after ward There are no cans no pots BO brushes There are no sticky hands or surfaces Simply moisten a piece of cheese o dustingJusthow sweet and ckaa it will make everything SOLD BY W H ffiUZQIDM 0 1 I I I I 42 ltettl 450Ii 1 Wct Matti 2Sc- Z12sx i 0 or w Baptist MISSIONARY APPOINTMENTS tt r r Yp REV A N WHITINGHILL MISSIONARY OF TilE MUHLENBERfi COUNTY BAPTIST ASSOCIATION WILL PREACH AT THE FOL LOWING PLACES Greenville Wednesday June 2 at NitCedar Grove Thursday 3 J s East 4 Pleasant Hill Saturday 5 Unity Sunday 6 v at 11 oclock u Oak Grove Sunday 6 v at Carters Creek Tuesday 4 8 Macedonia Wednesday 9 Thursday 10 f New Heron Friday 11 V Penrod Saturday 12 Hazle Creek Sunday 13 at lllolclik a Drakesboro Sunday 13 at Night New Prospect Tuesday 15 v r Central City Wednesday 4 M feSouth Carrolltn Thursday 17 New Hope Friday 18 v Bethlehem Saturday 19 Cedar Grove Sunday 2Q at 11 oclock a m Bethel Sunday 29 at J F DOSS H C LEWIS Chairman Secy PIANO TOULL find in buying musical instruments that the greatest economy and surest satisfaction come from buy ing the product often who are in love with their work This is our reason for offering you Crown Pianos and Crown Combinolas Anyone who knows about the men and the factory of Geo P Bent Company makers of Crown Pianos knows that is nothing too good to use in their instruments Whenever you buy a Crown Piano of us are absolutely certain of always they keep tone and last very themT MORGAN SON Greenville Ky 5 Union Friday Nit f t i f i f ifI t I 1ii J 1 1 lII rfj fir t it rl i i t r Ibeingsatisfied ft r t I ti 1 t annoy i i t nr t c t r Night v vow vvvv v vvvvv wvw vwvr r p 1 lr Ir 1 r W tS r in ii R EASY TO PUT ON The BEST Insurance that any country building can have is a Cortright Metal Shingle Roof It cannot burn It cannot leak It never needs repairs the handsomest long lived roof on the market Insurance Companies recognize its advantages and are glad to quote lower prices where it is used Drop in and see them G M DEXTER CO Agents 1 Fire andmakes rI r 1 h rk HAMMER AWAY YOU CANT INJURE IT HANNAS LUSTRO FINISH Just what you want for your FLOORS FURNITURE AND OTHER INTERIOR WOODWORK when they become scuffed worn Makes them look like new in ny NATURAL WOOD color desired LUSTRO FINISH is the only product made in colors that are nonfading and not affected by sunlightThat tough elastic LUSTROUS FINISH THE MADE TO WALl ON wont come off kind It sticks to the to which you apply it but not to your shoes cloth ing or carpets FOR SALE BY C M DBXTER end tee 4U t t 1cir f t7 r t jO ITS surface Co KyK- Tr i li1 SAVES COST OF INSURE ANCE 1 r J If I I it t 4 t 1 r r 0 The most highly refined and healthful of baking powders Its constant use in almost every American household its sales all over the world attest its and usefulness 4IN POW E wonderfulpopularity I Co R R LGCAl TIME CARD rr r J =HOItTU Canto 123 LoulxrlUo Express 102 UxprcM Ins Lnulxvllle Limited IBO Central Cl ly nrcoin so 105 Fnilmkh uixl Cairo tueoui 12 1 Kuiiou Atioommoilnllon 101 New Orleans Special 151 pin 40g am In pin W aCiuxrronD Agt II I SOUTU BOUND 1 IOpm 3cO Pm oea 1itO 51m 1Sam Nov 1003 It i 4 4 MEMORIAL The Northern Southern Gray BY DAMON X1AHVEV iVkcrerer comrades the bugle call Art lictvcs they in inctnry she torn ynrM by There let u meet and mingle tears Jn unltum today And Walter floral wreaths nUke upon the blue and The Tew rcmnlnliiR with pride and trembling tottering tread All Jqhi to decorate the graves of our heroic dead The breach of pence that once prevailed front has diet away With din of battle ou their ear the of war In mind Our brave defenders aged gray are dropping out of tine j J v Ko blab of granite marks the slot where many warrior rest tjtfo loving hands with garlands fair to lay up ou their breast But yet the stars that guard each mound of r consecrated clay Smile down with equal rays of love on both the blue anti gray their guns and swords nuKe with many a manly shunt From earthly service one by one were gently mustered out And as the flowun of Slay adorn their silent graven today clasps the hands of peaceoer both the blue and gray jj Political talk is picking up some Briz wants your Butter and Eggs Uncle Green Stewart is able to be out and is gaining strength rapidly Beef hides wanted and best cash prices paid by J E Coombs Co t c BlueThe 1 e free from nod ball ray age scenes to L tnutrvt 1hapi11ie Southern C t The Jahl i A flJ may reran hteol s sects theyRko ma havc I ur kern a gry w t Our Nation y S Footsore auct weary three men stag gered into a camp on Indian lass tell a tale of hardship suffered on the and exhibiting swollen feet and insectbitten hnnds and face as deuce of what they had passed through With theta had come a boy scarce fif teen years of age bright chipper and evidently alive to the fun and wonders of a trip in the Adirondacks suffering not a particle with swollen feet or in sect bite in great contrast to the evi dent agony of his companions The camp guide busily engaged in brewing a concoction of roots with which to relieve the suffering of the men noticed the boy in such evident enjoyment full culled the youngster him In reply to ti question the guide was dumfoumled to the answer that the boy had commenced and com pleted the trip with the men The surprise of the entire camp was complete on hearing this and even the sufferers could not explain the miracle allowed this boy to go over the rough trails with them and yet show such painful results I5y way of explanation the boy pro duccd a metal box on which were words w Uylo Talcnm l 6vder saying that one time after complaining of the foot soreness caused by tight shoes his smother had sprinkled this powder in as well as shoes with the result that the soreness immedmt feljr passed away and even the tight jihocai were worn with comfort trail ci- o I I r receive L t J t i u i 1 Y t fr J i 10 ill J I f Y w a N i wr a that not t then r his stockings 1 ts t ica rr Mrs W C Jonson has returned from a visit to her parents in Mr C W wife were in Louisville several days during the week Try Fricls the photographer for good pictures and quick service Mrs L C Chatham is rapidly recovering and will soon be out again Miss Jamie Jonson has been ill for several days but is reported as considerable improved For hauling of all kinds call Ruf us Dennis Telephone No 189 Mr Cam Howard is spending two weeks at his home in Monroe with his parents and friends If its wallpaper you want Roark can sell you at saving prices Business men should make up a prize for the clean up crew that does the best work Coombs buys all kinds of furs and hides paying the highest market prices in cash Amateur photographer pre paring to take many snar sl ots of division the brigade on June t5 1J taking Egg and flutter f6 H can always get ironrito2c more on Oie bz Even the prospect of cleanup day has worked wonders as many people have already done much needed work Dr Coxs Barked Wire Liniment 250 50C and 100 sizes Every bottle guaranteed Eor sale by Jar vis Williams Mr J S Milter has had a con crete step built from his pavement to the street level and the improve ment is anattractive one If you want your buggy painted in good shape see G H Adamson He has a good shop uses the best materials and knows how to do the work u Roarkand H goodsizedcash i thevarious y our end ii u td Padu- cah county are cleanup j S Three Men and a Boy in the Adirondacks HOW AFTER UNTOLD HARDSHIPS A BOY WAS ABLE TO DERIDE OLDTIMERS I This recollection came to him as the trip through the Adirondack was plan ned and he quietly procured a full box of llylo Talcum Powder to form a part of his kit Every night and morning he sifted into his shoes and cooling and soothing the flesh ttf withstand the stony rough travel of the days to come or past Likewise he had discovered that By In Talcum Powder was almost instant relief from the bites of the various encountered and Hylo also gave protection to face nnd neck and hands from the blazing sun Such is the story of how one wise little head provided actual comfort on a hard journey and though the older mens suffering were somewhat severe turned a joke on them they will not soon forget For the benefit of all sufferers from tired aching burning swollen feet or corns llylo Talcum Powder being boratcd and medicated is the ideal and sure relief from shoe troubles With llylo theres comfort in any shoe llylo is the finest sweetest safest talcum toilet powder on the market Whenever or wherever toilet powders are used llylo is queen For ladies toilet uses llylo is perfect as it also is when used on babys tender skin The gentlemen also find it very fine after shaving Delightfully perfumed with a distinctive violet odor llylo can be had at Countzlers Drug Store Phone 80 lo y j o k it y By stockings Insects r- i Clean Ip Day June I June 1St ht i been decided on as cleaning day for Greenville A com mittee visited the school and pupils and teachers were enthusiastic over the work A prize offered for the child who could guess nearest to the number of loads that will be carried off Carts will be the disposal of the people to carry debris they may but in bar rels from their private premises The barrels are to be placed on the street The town is to be divided into the following districts Main street town bridge to C M Martin C Martin to Dr T J Slaton Dr Slaton to Dr Koontz Dr Koontz to T M Mprganj T M Morgan to Weir block Weir to Tinsleys Hopkinsuillc street From Jones corner to E J Purycar Purycar to Kirkpatrick Kirkpatrick to James Duvall Duvall to Rev G B Mc DonaldCherry street P W Middleton to C C P church to C S Curd Curd to H C Lewis Maincross Eaves to East side of Court house First National Hank to Mrs Minnie Martin Mrs Martin to Claude Baker Baker to cemetery- A woman with a corps of children under her will be given each district to care for on cleaning up day If June 1st is not a suitable day on account of rain June d will be used I C Excursion Rates Reduced rates will be given for the spring meeting of the Louisville Jockey Club May i and 2 a rate of one and onethird fare plus 25c limited to May 23 for return May 3 one fare plus 250 limited to May 4 for return 8 12 X5 l8 20 22 one and onethird fare plus 25c limited two days from sale for return W G CRAWFORD Agent Mr and Mrs J Mitts I am sptNt soveril l iv in otiisviUtf last week I this itend ing the annual association of the Southern Baptists Take your Eggs and Butter to anti re ccive th hTghcst market price 1 s The ai tide iathis issue bn Greeu schools should prove interest ng to most ot our readers This is first section and both will bepreseryed by a large number persons All work finished in a l y Friels the photographer Greenville will doubtless look cleaner on the evening of Tuesday i than ever In its history as boys and girls are enthused the work and will make a tine showing v E Coombs it you have and hides to sell as he pays highest cash prices More land is in cultivation in Muhlcnberg this year than ever be fore in its history Much land has been cleared anti many hundreds of acres that have been thrown out for a long while have fenced the work of reclamation started Jarvis Williams sell Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment Guaran teed to heal without a blemish or your money refunded Mr J B Hudspeth was in last week where he took the civil service examination for a posi tion in the railway mail service There were 170 other applicants which shows that the service is proving very attractive to many persons Roark is specially prepared to do disinfecting and is to call anywhere The Central City Furniture Undertaking Co is a new corpora tion at that place Stocks are new and the progressive management has provided the latest equipment in the undertaking department a fine hearse being placed in service Orien L Roark buys sells rents repairs typewriters carries supplies of all kinds and solicits trade in any branch Mr J Rogers has had his home moved to the cast end of his lot on Maincross street and will soon begin the construction of new home which will be of pretty design latest conveniences and will be an ornament to one of the prettiest lots in the town was placedat offany rom 1church streetMr Pannelland May 5 rizendin rtt VI lies the of June the over See J furs been plowedand I his J 1 Ji f fLJ Wand doubtless week S Louisville subject a Pooled Wool The State Hoard of Directors of the Wool Growers Union No 2 of Kentucky on May the i3th closed a deal with a firm of Huntington W which will take over all the pooled wool in the State with the exception of three counties in the Bluegrass region which will likely be taken later on This wool union is a new department in Kentucky of the American Society of Equity same being formed at Elizabeth town on April 15 With less than one month in which to work this new organization was able to make sales of several hundred thousand pounds of wool at the following prices net to growers I wool In grouse clear of bur 30o pr Ih 3 medium burry 3 nim im This wool will be taken up and paid for at some central ship ping point in each county bcgining at Heaver Dam Ohio county May the 20 at Greenville May 2122 and so on through the list of coun ties forming the pool There are no commissions or to come off these prices only requirement to obtain the benefits is to be a member of the AS of E in good standing t For males and one fe male thoroughbred weighing about So pounds each prices reasonable John Coombs Greenville Ky 13 zt Give Prize in Cash to Cleanup Club In connection with the cleanup day to be observed here on June first TUE RKCORU suggests that a cash prize be given the divisIOn showing the best work and to that fund subscribes i Merchants and business and professional men property owners in fact is asked to contribute to the the list will be published next week with amounts subscribed In order to properly judge the show ings made by each crew a commit tee of nt least three persons sbjuld ic rv i d this t rr should vtMt I p posQdfijjijiri outlined elsewa BJCUVJJ a ful survey of CAiiit1 n inspection tourJaftr the into the and award the Womans hook Club has started the movement and will see completion it would properly be within their province to name the committee state the conditions name a division of the prize unds and solicit the funds for the award The suggestion is made for their consideration u Mr G H Adamson is offering best B P R eggs for setting Telephone him for particulars Circuit clerk Curd is of his new ElliottFischer book typewriter which he finds to be a great labor saving device and he says that the county will in a few years be repaid the expenditure as records thus made will save about twothirds of money spent for books on of the great saving in spare required Mr Chas W Roark is local rep resentative of some of the best fire insurance companies and will ap predate your business which will for promptly the very best manner Helen the five year old daughter Mr and Mrs Clyde Waters at Powdcrly died last Sunday suffering for two weeks with diphtheria Burial was in the fami ly graveyard near the home Monday afternoon The parents have the deepest sympathy wide circle of in the loss of their first born who was a bright attractive child lovable in every way and had friends in all who knew her If you want job printing the best be had at this office The members of the Womans Club desire the public to under stand that they do desire to on private property in their move to clean up and beautify the city but arc willing to have such work done if the property owner is willing We are fully up to the average with other towns in the matter of cleanliness and public spirit and there is no personal criticism offered or intended but as we shall see at the the day things can be made to look much better and this is of the most important moves made by the Book Club In it the fullest support should be given by every person in the city et Jt i 4t Sols Va to It to It to expenses the SaleTwo Poland Chinas private fundand S U 1 iiI dOne for l its LO nuu1her d J lOrLoh J110 enter As to the proud for the becared and of ota friends can intrude endof t i tirade le- I H graded everyone gym as OmparlSOn 4 c utk tovtt should account In night after not one You Right The J L Roark Estate carrying complete stocks in all departments is in the best position to jp Serve You Right Possessing the most modem uptodate equipment and having the best scien tific talent we are able to produce the highest mark results and fort to your own satisfaction Serve You Right It will be to our mutual benefit if you will allow us to Sente 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 better service we can give in return THE ROARK ESTATE Greenville Ky t ff1I 11 Serves L ifl t L can there fI I L I r r A 4 4g a1 1 1 9 4 4 4 k J r s 1 4 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 The Passing Hours Every hour thats gones a dead one and another comes and goes in the graveyard ot the ages hours will find their last repose and the hour thats come and vanished nev er can be used again you may long to live it over but the longing is in vain Lasso then the hour thats with you ride it till its back is sore you can have it sixty minutes sixty minutes and no more Make it earn its board and lodging make it haul your private wain for when it once slips its halter it will never work again So the hours like spot ted ponies trot along in single file havent sense to catch them and to work them for a mile we just loaf around and watch them itting idle in the sun and the comes and finds us with mighty little done ojwis rireigi MisswBary afer As has been the W F M Conference wiirbe held here on June 5 10 If there arc those in the denom inations who will entertain delegates the courtesy will be appreciated Names may be sent to Mrs J I Rogers Mr and Mrs Jake Gardner of St Louis arc here on a visit to Mr and Mrs J S Miller parents of Mrs Gardner Have Frank Harris your Mr Eugene Miller returned home from Texas Tuesday morning He has been spending the winter there for his health and will remain at home for the Orders placed with Fricls pho tographer will be delivered in a week The business mens fund is assur ed as all parties approached have subscribed and there will be several money prizes for the boys and girls who engage in the street cleaning campaign on the first day of June See the automatic chairs at Ro arks furniture store There has nev er been anything like them here The revival services at the Meth odist church grow in interest and results daily with more than a of professions and the ranks of seek ers increasing Rev Brown is de livering splendid sermons and the church is crowded every night Rufus Dennis solicits hauling of all kinds and gives prompt and careful service at reasonable rates Roark has the most practical Davenport on the market and has sold a half dozen to pleased since Christmas The Daven port is supplanting the folding bed as everyone wants an article that can be used hour of the day See the samples on Roarks fluor and see for yourself the advantages over any other line that is on the market The prices are reasonable For Piles use Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment 2c size If it does not give relief or cure you your money will be refunded For sale by Jarvis Williams andwe darkness W repair sewingmachine T summer u every too Ir announces r score customers Death of Miss Lucile Lovell One of the most sudden deaths that has occurred here in a great while was that of Miss Lucile Lovell who died Sunday evening at the home of Her mother Mrs Jane Lov ell northeast of town Sunday monng Miss Lovell well as usual and assisted in the regular household service after Which she sat down and began to read Soon she complained that she was very sleepy and quickly swooned Convulsions soon came on and no medical relief could be obtained the trouble developing the symptoms of spinal meningitis and for several hours before her death she was unconscious suffering great ly Deceased was a Christian wo man loved by all who knew her A life of 34 years was filled with kind ly deeds to all who were within her wide circle and in her home she constantly sought the comfort and trr nacuhcr brothers and joined bxy viUc circle of relatives and Rev Lewis conducted the funeral strvice at the home at 4 oclock Monday afternoon and the body was laid to in Evergicen cemeteryThe season has been at Roarks this spring and some of the more popular patterns have been reduced to quantities suffic ient for only one room The goods are fresh and patterns excellent Bunched forquick handling and priced for rush sale so you had better have an earls look The first examinations for school teachers will be held here Friday ant Saturday and it is expected that there will be about thirty per sons to take a try at the papers Mr Paul reports a growth in the amount of busi ness he is doing on our first star route He handles ninny hundreds of pieces of mail daily and his stamp sales and other business is goodInterest in the improvement our highways is deepening and widening and the now at work are re ceiving every encouragement When the graders were first put in service there was much opposition to them but now the calls are numerous from all sections as the advantage is rec ognized over the old slipshod of road repairs Flies will not bother a wound where Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Lini ment is used Fur sale by Jarvis Williams City engineer Rice reports that more than 5000 feet of concrete pavements were laid in the city last month and May will surpass that doubtless This was outside pave ments only and does not include inside walkways steps foundations and other work of like character of the materials In fact about as much work of that kind was done as in pavements and this form of construction is rapidly supplanting wood and brick At present prices there is not such a difference in the cost and the advantages of concrete arc many At the end of the season Greenville promises to have more concrete than any city of the size in the I appearedas welfare 0 ii 1 phV t friends rest heavy f Pun nell u crews same i iJ JJL tptr a i gratifying methods R state CITY ORDINANCES An Ordinance regulating the con struction of certain buildings The City Council Vf the City of Greenville do ordain as follows It shall be unlawful fur any pT f on or persons owning or occupying property within the following bound ary in the city of Greenville tovir lj Beginning on Wing alley at its intr tenon with Campbell St andriiri ning thence North with thence with Russell alley East to Water alley thence with Water alley South to Cambellst thence with Campbell st to Wing alley the be inning to build or maintain within said territory any privy closet i outhouse unless same be built and maintained within connection with septic tank or cistern and witti means of flushing with water r Any person or persons tih i ti provisions of this or inljnfec 8iiil Li deemed gmiiy r a be fined 2 for violated Approved May 10 1909 J W LAM Mayor ORIEN L ROARK Clerk Rev W C Hayes of South Car rollton was here a day or two this week with relatives and friends Frank Harris is again here ready to do sewing machine repair work Telephone No 72 and he will call r f The district conference for the Owcnsboro district will convene m the Methodist church at Calhoon June 14 Delegates from this church are Messrs C W Taylor J C Jonson F H Lewis IL C Wilkinson and C A Williams pastor Rev F Lewis will also See the oneroom lots of at Roarks at special bargain All these short quantity patterns must be closed out at once Mr and Mrs Wm Lovell have the sympathy of friends in the loss of their girl born Tuesday night living only a short while In terment was in Evergreen cemetery yesterday afternoon The mother is in serious condition but was re ported as being in a satisfactory state late yesterday afternoon You can use Roarks without cost if it is m every way as it is sold under positive guarantee and no questions asked On June 27 whidhis the second statewide educational cans paign wilt be inaugurated by ministers in the state delivering a special sermon on the benefits of education Folio wing this speakers will cover the state during the week speaking at all the principal points and on Saturday July 3 thex n paign will be brought a sally at the county scats Gov Willson Hon J C W Beckham Senator W O Bradley and other prominent men will be in the cam having offered their services this great work Wallpaper prices at Roarks are lower than and the are very complete now 1 j Wing atl Y I c 4 y If k viI r demeanor andjuPo Or tiPi JJ Ic itPig t t anti attend t j prices f bab JIf frt furniture I polish factor I to 1 allthe tf 1 jj to oy I i anywhere selections if M r rijtlf L 4 Y t Y j rr Y F r k tots tt shall each day same z4 N i f x The wallpaper not satis r f s 5SesundaY Y r alas Pin 7 c n 1v n ROARK Furniture Wallpaper Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wripper Slippers Grave Vaults Disinfection ROARK ti iiur t li 0a II f 7 n h n tr I r anil tlsurden FOR FARM EQUIPMENT Cheap and EfficIent Helps For Coun try Lire The successful management of a modern farm illvends largely upon tho HIIHeneyf the equipment with which the work Is performed In addition to the outfit of tots obtainable from n hardware dealer there are n number of Fp clal devices that may be made nn the farm anti that will prove of great assistance In general repair work A workbench of some kind will probably the first essential Fur the construction of n workbench like that shown In the first cut there will IK needed four boards Inca thhk twelve to fourteen wit nail almut twelve fret In length Th length of the cnch however will de pend ujMrti the Plre of the shop or othT space that may ho nvallablc fur use as I 1ll f I A lie lucks ii bill N 4 seven eghtlia C CKUKH HECTIOX wonnnnNcn n workroom Two pieces of 2 by 4 Inch Bcantllns iach sixteen fret long will be KUtllcIcnt to construct the framework of the betiuli AU lumber entering Into tlie construction of the workbench should be thoroughly sea Boned and dressed to uniform width nnd thickness A clamp for holding materials should be cntiRtnictcd from a piece of hard and attached by the aid of a car bench screw This clamp should be provided will notches or pin Mutts fit the lower end so thnt It can be vet to bold materials of any thickness Along the front of the bench two or ichlch pins may be set for supporting or other materials that are too long to be held rigid by clamp alone A stop for holding materials that are to be planed can he Inserted In tbe top of the bench near the left hand end as shown In the cut If a regular stop In not employed Its place may Ix taken by n small piece of notched board nailed on top of tbo bench pair of trestles or sawhorses each consisting of a piece of 2 by 4 Inch or 2 by Q Inch timber about four feet In length supported upon four legs as Illustrated In the second figure are very convenient for working while marking sawing boring or eling The snwhoraes are an accessory to the workbench and should be con structed at the same time The cost of the materials with which to con struct Iwth the workbench nnd should not exceed 5 Among tho accessories to the workbench there I no device that will glee great er sntlnfactlon than a good miter box to be used for sawing small wood ma tcrlals either square or at an angle For the construction of a miter box three pieces of board one Inch thick elx Inches wide and three feet In length should be selected and nailed together In the form of n square trough taking care that the nails arc driven well out toward the edge of the boards Vertical cuts are sawed through the sides to the bottom board to guide the when the box Is In use Near end a cut Is made at l eta IIIt rorldetL lute I the fJ 4 upon chi J to arty one a wool h1 1i boarder i I sawhorses nmunon OF WORKSHOP with TWKXTXFI VB DOLLAR oorrrr box to be used In making square cuts Jor tanking bevel cuts for a right an gled miter Joint the sides of the box should be sawed down on oblique lines running at an nnglo of fortyflvo degrees with the length of the box For the benefit of those who coutem plate the purchase of tools for use on the farm the following combinations are suggested For n two dollar nnd fifty cent out fit n hatchet n handsaw a small square a and a pair of For n ten dollar outfit a hatchet n hand ax n twentysix such handsaw n twentyfour Inch steel square a draw lug knife n brace nnd six bits one Quarter threeeighths onehalf lye eighths threequarter anti one Inch a pair of pliers a screwdriver a cold shlsrl n twelve Inch flat file n monkey wrench n Jack plane chisels one half and one Inch a rivet punch a riveting hammer a leather punch anti i small oil can Other outfits according to the arts cles can be bad for from 20 to 25 screwdriver idlers J two j j t theY f desired 0 p YOU ARE A GOOSE When you RO rlvplng rounit the houso Aswearing ut uur wife Avl matting nil the family llvo A rrtaorMble life If you think It very manly To turn your tinslon loon I wish to nay It list true Youre n big tIlly goose They ought to lake you the barn And tic to the mule And let him kick your measly htile Until yoi r asstons cool I think thou Ie had kicked you Rood Until your teeth got loose cry Oh what a fool I I nm an awful goose When you get full of nasty booze And toll mound the street And show ort whit a boost you are To every one you meet When you go to your ruined home And turn your vllcness loose I must remark I put It lIght To say you are n goose They ought to take you to the sty And throw you to the i ljs I rather think those Photos would shy When you danced drunken jigs I think some bin fat hog would cry Now you pet out of here Wore decent hogs In this pigsty Vo never guzzle beer C M B GOOSE G003IP You dont like goose Then youre not classical nt till for Homer slits Its prune ITerrdotus tells us that 1 1m ancient priests lured the dainty dish and the Koman emperors tinted on ft t goose livers smothered with garllf while at the coronation of Henry VIII the royal bird was a fat gander stunVd with Itetter learn to rat poise for gradually taking the turkeys place on the farm am sooti be conic the national bird No Unelr Sam did not breed the first gander even If he has turned out sonic pecul tar specimens of the human gcoce England on whose geese the sun never sets claims the Adamite of the goose tribe li her ancient wild Gray Lag and from this early ancestry came all rubberneck honkers The must popular are the Toulouse or pay goose from Toulouse Krance the White Kmbdon from Germany the brown African the Gray and White Chinese and the Canadian or semi wild The African anti Chinese wear knobs on heads and seem of the same variety the African being the larger The Embden Js declared to be the prtpring of a cross between the beau whjtc swan and the gray goose The Canadian Is said to be a cross of wild goose and wild duck which when crisscrossed with the African makes most delicious wild mallard or ranvnshnok duck nt bon ton prlcea lIlt inoxi jisulur afu TrjnloTU c A rrtrjnr and Embden Toulouse and African lay from forte to sixty eggs per season ganders weigh twenty pounds nnd geese The Embden lays from twenty to forty eggs ganders weigh clghtceu pounds and gocsp sixteen The Embden by reason of its white plumage finer flesh hardiness early gentleness quantity and quality of feathers lesser weight set ting qualities nnd absence of keel and abdominal tat folds Is king of goose domRussia with twentyeight varieties of geese the goose procession Germany China and England waddle Your Uncle Samuel Is hustlli to ketch up nnd bids fair to heal them all So mote It be DONTS Dont be weary In well doing but dont do others Dont make n customer wait long you deliver his order Dont be unreasonable In your prices nor lie In jour advices Dont forget that ducks are nervous A fright makes them light Dont pour fresh water In with the stale mid call It all Resin Dont Judge all poultrymen by the swindler who did you nor be in a rush to go and sue Dont make your wife shell corn by hand when a corn shelter costs but 1 Dont coiflplalu about stale dusty high priced feed when will furnish a gristmill Dont grind charcoal and make ev erything black when Its nicer and cheaper to buy by the such Dont get mad at the rats If you keep no cats Dont growl Lot that to the Dont kirk Let that to tin mule Be tirt n tool nor u fool Dont expect a better rooster for your money than you would sell nt the same price Dont knock If youre sold n cull If you sell culls Cull roosters sprays come home to roost Dont let those ducklings monkey round the beehives A busy bee sting er Is n rubberneck wringer Dont let children tho gander lie will l ocoine ugly and Injure them Dont grind up corn on the cell when It Is dry Too hard to digest for the little thats In It Dont think a bone cutter Is n lux urn Ground bone Is cheaper than wheat and brings more eggs Dont depend on egg tonic to bring the eggs Its often the cause of boundDont be too sentimental to kill n fat hen occarlonally for dinner Chick ens are to be useful as welt as orna mental Dont let the chickens go to the eternal bowwows after the Ifreeding season Is over Itemember the future Dont allow your chickens to make the dirt fly In your neighbors garden Thats neither fair nor square Dont turn the hops into the field where the turkey hen Is hatching A hog likes turkey eggnog to amt onions It Is will l their Ufn wJII1 maturity I egg r 4 f 7 you You d arrestor eighteen heady after S before i bulldog tense Af V INVESTMENT IN TREES Expeiitnce of an Expert In Culttvct ing Forests The planting and care cf ftrost trees have boon curried on for sorurnl yenru nov by Strtto Forester A F of Connecticut with interesting roeulla Mr Ilanvw cxpwlrnrc bollnl down to n ten line liuKnles Hint for snnily cheap In nils ruch ns wore used for most of the csprrtmauts the host trees are rlnps rhlto Ixcteh Ncnvny and pitch It arrears that In the lung run white pine Is the beet the trees belt cheaper nnd the growth through n term of years being equal to any and the lumber of good market value The Norway pine Is oleo considered very satisfactory although the trees cost more at the outset The pine h n very rapid rrowcr and will do well for jlantln In open spaces whjtu pines requiring seine shndp of Uushw or brush to do IIH best at the start Twoyearold trees are moat satisfac tory The pines can bo bought for about Jl per tliourmul anti at are or fix feet aprrt are set lBOO to the Afro lir fairly open land Iho cost of plant Ink was 1Q per thniwrd with costs In riugh or hanky ground Kx amlnatinn f n number of eld planta tions f white pine In the state hull rates that with cheap lauds and low cost phut Ing the pine would prove profitable n a crop paying at least 5 per cent compound Interest present prices pf lumber with every proUabil Iry that prifls ho higher by thin time plantb gs now made are ready for jnnrkot Attention to called to rapid wny In which the Investment increases by compound Interest and taxes It Is plainly unfair that the crop should be taxed over anti over aguln during growth the tax gradually eat Pug up the profit from the plantation It would seen that every state would see the advantage of encouraging busl npss tree planting by abating the tax on ptht fcrcwtlj tnng only tIt annual Increase An original cf S3 per acre for land and 12 for plantin compound Interest nod taxes In Connecticut amounts to STu by the thirteenth year anti to 00 In seventy years The present value of phi plantations indicates that the growth of plue lumber woud pay fcr the Investment and Interest If original pps were kept as low as possible The mount pf lumber In one planting sev enty years old showed Hint the annual growth had been sarquhfl o thousand leer InOlPmln jr Joyr1y In ponio of G pcr acre fdr revonty years fsticU figures Indicate that forestry Is a very gocd busjners Investment for the state as as being desirable for ptfoer reasons j Interior Clothesline Tlje clothesline or hancr as Illus tvateil Therewith fc intended for use In the house ilupjutj wet or cloudy weath er Tup franjo Is mado with a center piece of round wood about one inch in diameter and any length to suit the size of the room The wood may be square If a round piece cannot be secured The two end pieces are the same material anti eighteen Inches long The pieces are held together at lID Wltl rung Itt will pull c ur- Scot h hither thievery lumber Investment nt trig well TUE imiim the connections with small braces made from iron The frame la hung to the celling on three onehalf Inch brass screw pulleys Clotheslines are stretched between the end pieces on which to pang the clothes Lcrdinp the Wnjjcn It Is generally believed that the load easier If put well forward on the wagon nut this Is not so on the or dinary wagon where the hind wheels are larger that the front ones Should the wheels be equal In slzo the load should be equally distributed If the trucks are so low down that the horses have an upward pull on the load then It would be all right to put the load well forward The load should be proportioned to the surface contact of the wheels A largo wheel sinks less than a small one There fore till Toad should be heaviest on the hind wheels Distribute thin weight so that no one wheel or no one side Is carrying the greater share lost It Ujako tho draft P cpssjvc for the ton nage carried Wash Eggs For Market It would la n souse be better to wash eggs sent to market than to rend them In a dirty condition Rut waslietl eggs have n6 keeping quali lies The water appears to dissolve flu gelatinous substance which seals Hit of the shell and nil Is thus tdmitted iud soon starts dccomposi Hon The better way to treat dirty eggs Is to take n woolen rag only slightly moistened with water and jjently rub off the dirt Nut Industry on tho Farm An Industry which the farmer might take up with profit is nut growing Improved nut trees begin bearing at about six T eight years bearing the same as apple or pear trees Large trees when grafted begin to bear about the third rr fourth year and KirjK1 trees that are budded will boar sooner than small ones hut the small oats boor longest Eugllih walnuts can now Lc grown In the central suttee I DOOR pulls J il pores a fP ryp Srmdus Furniture Moldings Wall Paper carry on our flours and In our ware rooms the largest variety of Furniture in Huhlenberg If we do not have what you want we will get It for you We have factory con nections with makers of the finest goods in the country and through Our Special Order Department can supply any exclu sive articles at less prices than city stores or mail order houses Our Picture and Room Moldingstocks are always 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 toll Engraving Machine is the only one in this part of Kentucky and we are exclusively prepared to supply individual Nvre Plates which we furnish on all outfits without extra cost Undertaking arid 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 Gravy 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 1 08 t Residence 150 yards from stole Prompt service any hour day or night TUB J L ROARK ESTATE ORIEi L RCARK3Ianatr Slogans runs lighter lasts longer than Any is more beautiful than any other has less vibration than any other is to than any othcr makes a more perfect stitch than any other is the best ofall in one FREE SEWING MACHINE GO CHICAGO ILLINOIS T H MORGAN SON Agfs tnrr We 31 1Eugrubiug FOur e0 I M Hf fREE f 1mEE IFm1EE Gf E tc 6Jj JEIS fJIFREE combined run ErVh1kt L Two r the n c- y than ails otllrrl t- ZlGAAicls c a n BuyFURS Hides rand Wool Ginger etc W are dealers e b 856Orer lull a century In and do better lot you than anent or eoramiwon mmlunU Reference any Dank in LouimEe Wrte for weekly pnceliit and shipping Sabal Sons 228 Market St LOUISVILLE KY More than nine out of ever ten cases of rheumatism arc simply rheumatism of the muscles due to cold or damp 6r chronic rheumatism 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