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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i t f Itt i i Record AdvertiJing Costs Nothing It pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates xacXJooJn 5l IRmlaCIt XIIc n- v i- y r It to l 1 1 d 9 M t v v t ttOt a p- IjJIh r FOR THROAT I Steel Web Picket Fence Than Wood I FOR c LDS S tI I d if rI7 llW t ijliriil idif I Muhlenberg County IIJ is rich in coal iron timber etc and the most inviting field In Ken tucky for investment ofcapital and pluck j fjxXXICIX C jlT1i r wr A potters clay r VOL XI NO Hi GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY MAY 27 1909 50c PER YEAR IN ADVANCEi r Infantile Paralysis A prominent physician connected with one of the hospitals in New York City the startling state ment recently that 2500 cases of in fantile paralysis were treated in the public hospitals of New York every year and that the malady was cans ed by eating foods in which the process of decay had begun but was not noticeable Dr Fraucnthal makes this statement and he has the courage to add that the charges of men like Dr Wiley have scared parents concerning the use of harm less preservatives As a result food which has begun to decay from lack of harmless preservatives is fed to young children whose condition cannot resist the bacteria it gen erates For instance says Dr Frauential canned goods lacking a preservative safely be giv en to children after the can has been open for that time the de cay has set in The child can much more easily assimilate preservatives used in canned goods than it can toxic poisons Among the harm less food picscrvalivcs Dr Frauen includes benzoate of soda and I small amounts of salicylic and boric fei aci Is This confirms what jp other authorities have said regarding the spread of ptomaine poisoning ft from the eating of canned goods I since the rigid restrictions of Dr I Wiley have forbidden the use of amounts of such preser vatives as benzMtetof soda Physi cians concede use of these preservatives is farjlessharmful than the mote generous usedf salt vine gar and spices As the people come to comprehend the real facts r case they will re spect for theorists with fads like F SM Fraicisco Cleaning Verse r One of the features oh the new STair healthiest in luntry Vj ter a proper agitation or the subject of sanitation a conference was held and committee appointed to con duct a crusade Meetings were held with representatives of various in dustries and in this way no oppor tintty for ignorance was allowed One of the dangers feared was the bubonic plague the results in the diminution of cases have been most satisfactory Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment does not burn or blister and relieves pain in a few minutes For sale by Jarvis Williams Take a hopeful cheerful view of things The bigger the dose the fetter Dont worry over anything whether you can help it or not If you can help it do it but dont worry Get out of the office if pos sible Eat good food and plenty of it including milk cream Sleep at least ten hours out of the twentyfour and in a room with the windows open Take exercise every day out of doors but not enough to make you tirrd For those who are allrun down and in a fair way to get and sick the aboye prescription will usually start them on the high road to health and happiness Science of Health The science of e tary science as it stands today is a product of slow painful and costly evolution For many centuries its dominating thought was the cure of disease During all these years of needless sickness and suffering were no attempts made for the pro tection of communities by preventive methodsNow all this is changed We have reached a point where it is rec ognized that it is the duty of the state to teach preach and enforce measures for the prevention of all the diseases known to be amenable to sanitary administration And with all this is coming the spread of sanitary knowledge among the pie to the end that every citizen may aid in establishing and maintaining conditions that make for ty health and happiness s If its books magazines etc get them from this mad tI tt cannot aday b that man infinitesimal o haveless r t 1 nc s r JI t and- y andeggs tt ttgood healthi c to 0 iI 1 f J f n u 1 iIr t officer I 1 t P j r I a 1 t t t y r I that the r Wile Fra is its shnitRo tf- the i l a heretofore a iePrescriptt salt r tlier s i pe il i corn monI An Appeal Eor Homeless Children Now that the warm summer days are almost upon us it is absolutely necessary to find country homes for the babies who arc in the receiving home of the Kentucky Childrens Home Society Every parent knows how essential it is that babies should be kept cool and comfortable in the summer and how important it is that they get good pure milk Their very lives depend upon it We have nine babies from two months old to a yeas and a half and we earnestly hope to place each one in a good country home within the next few weeks They arc bright sweet babies and will bring wherever they go There arc thirteen boys and girls from eighteen months up to years attractive happy little folks who would be easy to train They arc just at the age when children are most responsive to kindness and af fectionWe have two sisters aged ten and four respectively and their little brother aged seven whom we would like to place in the sane home if possible They are as good good children as we have ever had in the home and are so strongly at tached to each other that we would dislike to part them However if we cannot find a home for all three together we wouldjike to find willing to take the sisters We also have larger children We only place our children in homes where the moral social atmosphere is of the best and good references are always required desiring to do a good work in the world and at the same time gain the truest pleasure will do well to apply for a child to Tile KENTUCKY CHILDRENS HOME SOCIE TV 1086 Baxter Ave refudet Tor sale Uy Jarvis Sentence Sermons So many mistake anxiety to wear a for endeavor to win one Some people get so close to the facts that they cannot see the truth Nothing costs less than and few things are worth more The people who know all about the mind of God are not always of a good mind It takes more than manicuring to make hands clean for heavenly in spection It our justice were only more even out generosity would be a good deal less strained The best way to waiton heaven for bread is to work for your bread in a heavenly spirit Some men seem to think that the only way to handle straight truth is to make a dagger of it There is no harm in desiring to get ahead the danger is in our anie ty to keep our competitors back To make the life a serious search for happiness is to lose sight of the happiness of simply being alive Disinfecting has been done by Roark all over the county and calls from near and far are answered promptly The charges are reason able TIrE RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED MOBOM Route Aiisuices New Schedule of Fares One Way lid Rowed The Monon Route announces that it will henceforth sell tickets between j ouisville and Chicago at 6 one way instead of 8 as formerly and round trip good thirty days returning instead of 16 Patrons are offered exceptionally good ser vice by the Monon which on night trains from Louisville operates Com partment and Drawingroom as well as the usual straight sleeper The day trains have tor and Dining cars and the very finest modern new coaches In quiries cheerfully answered by E H Bacon D P A Louisville Ky See R C McCracken if you wan concrete work of any kind sunshine jive r someone Anyone fY r I E l i ar ea n A t crown encouragement part i i- Lo i t f and Louisville an Ltailed fur t yanr money alt S t4riliants Tripe biz Pullmans The Youths Companion for 1909 The amount of good reading given to subscribers to The Youths Com pinion during the year indicated by the1 following summary of for 1909 50 Star Articles Contributed by Men and Women of Wide Distinction in Public Life tin Literature in Science in Busi in a Score of Professions 250 Capital Stones Including Six Serial Stories Stories Stories of Adventure Character Heroism 1000 UptOtDatc Notes On Current Events Recent Discov cries in the World of Science and Nature Important Matters in Poli ticts and Government OneMinute Stories Inimitably Domestic Sketches An ecdotes Bits of Humor and Select ed Miscellany The Wecekly Health Article the Weekly Womans Arti cle Timely Editorials etc A full Announcement of the new volume will be sent with sample copies of the paper to any address on request The new subscriber for 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 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 IJ4 Berkeley Street Boston Mass Get a set of pneumatic rubber tops for your typewriter keys Greatest aid b operation of machine Roark has theta and you are asked to call fur a look contents ness Humorous 000 1909who u In remaining i II D35 J W BARLOW Crown and Hrldjffr Work done at reasonable prlcuH Ofllue upstairs lifthcJoncB Building Greenville Ky DR T J liyHlclati nnd tturceonO- fllcc street near JIatuslreet 16 CAM HO WARD ADEH CKArl HOWARD GRAY Office In Grtfn Building opposite laMeste Hotel DRLOUELUHELTpYOSTEOPATHJ Office at Home East Street Tolcptiono No 78 SBBDSWe Ship best quality Field and Garden Seeds direct to at lowest wholesale prices We sell Clovers Grasses Seed Oats Seed Corn Cane Seed Millet Cow Peas Soja Beans Seed Potftloes Cabbage and Tomato Slips Onion Sets Garden Deans Gardcn Peas all kinds Garden Field and Flower seeds Land Plaster and Fertilizers Write ns for prices and 5nTjlcs State what you want NASHVILLE SEED CO 215 Second Avenue forth NASHVILLE TENN AT FACTORY PRICESG- LOBE fiUGGJES AN3 HARNESS SlAT I LAWYERS Main sr Peanuts lU Potato Dr3NTINT uabt cross fa ers ants i NO 270 TWOINTONE We uhlp el vehicles Direct front out Factory C O V lo Cnnountrr ruhjixt to r His of the greatest importance to the Ctolic Harness to have Due with us a pleased and Satisfied Customer No t Tot t in to make material unrkn i and of vehicle that it will be n Advertisement mmle bugRy end at a lees i lc M iMcmann Profit you wit recommend cur prills to Our Gunnint nfotrt r toour customers ns It be t a iltalcr If iKMlsorc not as your fzoncy Is returned to you laltc no risk We innniifncturc Iioneet Vehicles and Harness fnvootir custniiHnJ money foil orders promptly Write leI our Free Iliuiily Harness GLOm BUGGY HARNESS COMPANY OWENSDORO KENTUCKY Concrete Work Contracted I am prepared to do pavement and other concrete shall be glad to make estimates In limestone is used in base and surface throughout complyingwith city specifications in every particu mar Give me an opportunity to bid jti your contracts R C MlCltACKEN U in lner r everybody Ijirt If fc1lldlj ttlC J lit JfullofiliurcJ Sun i le cojy fr If you name lljrij r MM fear lnli Co 6 Ilru s talon Moss Very Serious It a very carious to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you For thin reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine THEDFORDS liver Medicine- The reputation cf thla old relia bio medicine for constipation in digestion trouble is firm ly It does not imitate other medicines It ia better than others or it would not be the fa vorite liver a owe than all combined SOLD BI TOWN F2 Typewriter paper supplies etc of all kinds at this office Ii t Co who nltl IIuutll1 h occi1 I t value In quality ot t and rn IfICOtl honest i I r good mid ou and Be workand pavements S 17 Typewriter ribbons paper carbon supplies repairs ot aU kinds at this office GT mdliver powder with t II t o k cactihi fir In art r i bring us mnuyorrereinrt by you au n represented t LLrralciAwaaasIrcII c a V wo wlena andhoat- auau u 5mplypnc A IO cr f j cam Lau i 1hntornnhy I lllunrNrns1f rf Itrlll l tW CI lllsRcj rlikknl trlfsliw II rw tntutlun nc ta bme lcanPhotoEn hy 13 G lkxon t and r matter ribbons FOR COUGHS 0 OF CURESKING THE WONDER WORKER DRa KINGS PRICE tOo A 101 TrW ietJo Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUIL- ESGUA1UNHED 011 REFIIXDED Si I J SATIBFAOTO1 YOTEY r FOR COLDS I AND LUNCS FOR COUGHS AND COLDS PREVENTS PNEUMONIA I had the most debilitating cough a mortal was ever afflicted with and my friends expected that but thanks be to God four bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery cured me so completely that I am all sound and well MRS EVA UNCAPHER Grovertown Ind Price SOc and 100 ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED Trial Bottle Frit All Drwgg2sts IIEW DISCOVERY when left my bed it would surely for my grave Our doctor pronounced my Casa incUrable r SOLD AND BY I be GUaRANTEED= ie lowest priced good substantial and den fence buflfc Write for catairff nUwn fwki srv j vv i DEXALB FENCE XDeKtlfc IH Kansas City Mo Greenville Hardware 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 Cardui for your fema troubles because we are sure it will help you Remember that this great female A has brought relief to thousands of clber cck omen so why not to a you For headache backache S periodical femao weal It ness many have said U Is the bet medicine to take i Sold in This City n Wallpaper in variety at Roarks and at matchless bargain 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE P TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS o Anyone sending a sketch and description mgr qnlckljr our opinion nn invention U tlonmtricIlT rontllotitlal HANDBOOK on Patent vent Oldest opener iwtonw- Intenu taken fllunu Co rcccltfl without clmrnolutUo Scientific Bnericai A Imnrtsoniolf lllnntrnlrd Jnrcest elk any rrlciuilln journal Jcrnia 3 a lout monllifl VU nowwionlcrn JJrancU Onico 25 V Bt Wnshli toi I C COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New ar GR co I I ECARD II Try R I tSJ end prices r ckll ROUte II culnllrq C mUNN CO3GI rosdwaJt my n Discovery i v tRY I remedy 5 w tt pains 1 roe h oar t art THELL1 Why SuficF XG you one of the thousands of women wHo suffer from female ailments 1 If so dont be discour aged go to your druggist and get a bottle of Wine of useDuringcontains no harmful ingredients and can be on in almost any case Sirs CEarles Bragg of Sweetser Ind tried Cw3uf She writes Tongue cannot tell how much Cardui has done for me would work and lie down I shall always praise to your medicine Try Cardni AT ALL DRUG STORES I II JY c t 01 t141 remedyfordepend- ed 1 Take CA D UI CI I Before I taking Cardui I could not do a days work I r ltw wag i 4 I f w Jrmtris The J L Roark Estate furniture dealers and undertakers has addedto its equip mint in the undertaking depaitincnt a Francis Engraving Machine as illuatrattd 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 clUes With this machine the firm will now be able to supply ndividually engraved casket name plates instead of the stumped 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 tie 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 hag the only practicing licensed embalmer in the county a fine funeral car largest stocks of coGins caskets robes wrappers slippers etc complete equipments for sanitary work and disinfection To provide the best in every branch is the con stint study of the uanacraent and the generous appreciation shown by the public Iris caused still deeper afcd greater determination on the part of the concern to give improving service and on the most favorable basis With tLis in view other features will be added from time to time as thty appear The Funds is fitted with all attachments for engraving any character 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 W A Wickliffe President C E Martin Vice Presi dent John T ReynoldsJr Cashier Ed S Wood Assistant Cashier A Wickliffc E J Puryear J T Reynolds Jr Ed S Wood C E Martin Geo W Martin iEltglabiuJ t articles of i 1taOa Ba DirectorsW R T I t I izidiittri t y i Tsk 5rccttvt a hctltucetl a Martin y w N An Independent Newapnper PUHURIirU TllllKBDATH HT RECORD PRESS OWEN mart jrcnUlcnt OKIEN L KCUKK Secretary OKIKN L KOARK EDITOR LenffDlstanc Telephone No 72 onicc In new rear of stare if i omul Hour 50 anrs PE YEAR IN ADVANCE TORMB of the In Me in Julvanrr ntnl when the Umr has expired to whlna It IK the will Card of thank nMtunry iiotlooH rt If not longer than tin will free A charcn of 5c per line will be made for nitccee d lug lines No rnrlatlon of thin rule to anyop Free sample copies will be mnllci- lAdrertlwmeiitn will be Inserted A rAte card will 1m fnrnlnhet on reqneHt all romninnlrMioni and make nil rr mllUneen payable to KKCOKl PRESS Oreenrllle Ky THURSDAY MAY 27 19C Bntered at the OrecnTllle Ky poRlofllce nil second R matter ANNOUNCEMENTS Ton Mtiiurr We are authorized to announce WALTER C KIMMEL n candidate for Sheriff of Mohlrnberjr nbject to the action of the Republican party ron carne rLcniC We nre anthorlseil to annonnre C s CUItD- n eanilldnte for rerlecllon to the office of Clerk of the Muhlenlierjr Circuit Court Htibject to the action of the Republican party ron COUNT COPHT cLrnic We are authorized to announce P II LEWIS candidate for reflection to the office of Comity Court Clerk of Muhlenbcrs county sale sect to the action of the Kepublloan party We are authorized to announce lEO f YORK A candidate for reelection to the office of Jailer Htibject to the action of the Republican party e Review of Green Schools As we have stated in a former ar tide that Dr E W Hall with the support of the people would have built up one of the best schools in the state but this they refused to do and instead of showing a help ing hand many of the people anti some of the manipulators v v they couldto discourage aifdjbreak tr down his school oJ incui inai v cic auic iwuik pride in sending their children to be educated Now all of the opposition to Hall was the effect of political and religious prejudice or we might say ignorance Hall was an Eastern man and a member and minister of the Methodist Epis copal church which was not popular and well received by a number of the people of Greenville at that time Hall was also a man who had the courage and nerve to express the sentiment which he believed to be right in regard to matters concern ing the welfare of the people and a grander nobler man of pure char arter of elevated thoughts and con ceptions never lived in Greenville H was a man that was industrious and was becoming a power the moral growth of the town He was a prohibitionist and oppos ed to saloons and the liquor traffic and made a vigorous fight against lhcmN this turned quite a tide against him and proved to be detrimental to hi school for at that time a number of saloons wete running in lull blast and the citizens of the town were patronizing them and they took sides with the saloon interest However Halls school continued to build up and piospcr but unfottunately he sickened and died and no doubt that some per in Greenville rejoiced at the death of this good man After death Mrs Hall assisted by her son Elmer undertook to continue the school but she met with the same opposition that was put forth against her husband Certain would send their children off to other places to be educated Some of the antagonists to Mrs Hall went to work and had the school district purchase the old brick college for a district school house Purchase price and repairs amounted 2300 and this house ought to have been retained for the district school be inK sufficiently large and commodi Otis for such purposes more so than the one that was afterwards purchas ed and used for the last twelve years ho when they had secured the brick college they employed cheap teach ers though good ones and waged opposition against Mrs Hall Mrs Hall was q fine scholar a gifted teacher and a noble woman and could have conducted and built up for Greenville a first class high school but after a few years she r d r THE R RD a iuts x sThe 11 paper bl tI Art a r f count a r ion l t 1fI 4 t J i2 vile i t didall andsomeo r 1r fInI ft F manyof I 1 x tr t4 t 1 t i tNJ 1o 1l f i c I I r4 4 11 N pall tic lines I t It e color n 4 o I ti lLcn f e 2eeeeeeeeoeeeee s x v r a elsewhere 4 t- z t is f s 1 t ti t ti s soIls Hall w y citizens V f r I 4 i k a H bee 1Js Y f came discouraged anti desired to sell out the school property and v het piuplr Now about that time the Methodist Episcopal church sent a man to look after the Hall srhnol property and if reported tavorablf the church wuuld the property and establish a school but when this was found out some of the Citizens and tnanipula tors of Greenville became alarmed and went to work to defeat the project They at once organized company and purchased the proper ty front Mrs Halt at a cost of 7 300 or at least such amount was afterwards charged to the school district They argued that it would never du to let the Northern Meth odist church establish a school in Greenville that it immi gration to the town and paralyze trade and that such a school was not at all desirable Now as to whether they were simple enough to really believe such or whether motives in view we know not however they purchased the property and at once started a and finally succeeded in maneuvering and persuading the people of the Greenville school to assume to the debt of 7300 and take the school property and relieve the company of what was then considered a white elephant by voting a tax of fifty cents on the hundred dollars worth of property in the district for six years to pay the debt with interest The school property consisted of forty acres of land two somewhat school buildings and a cottage The people were told the debt could be paid off withy three years but it afterwards turned out that It took eight tears and another tax of twenty five cents had to be voted to out Now the school district as much use for all this property as a wagon has for five wheels the manipulators then greatly enthused the people about having a first class school aud air were built all over the school property and In Greenville and a flourishing city was then anticipated and expected imagination and visionary fancy ran high After the district had secured the school property a number of were sold off for dwelling huus esand the old brick college was a mafJJskltlJl 11M SIX for tSoo at a loss of about 1500 more suitable and better adapted for a district school than that purchased for 7300 The of these sales amounted to about 2000 a tax of fifty cents and the state fund amounted to about the same making a total of between and 5000 This was very encouraging School trustees were circled to handle and take care of the money and to engineer the school now the trustees that were elected were all good clever men but their knowledge about educa tional management was limited and they were greenhorns in regard to knowledge of the regulation and proper discipline for a progressive school and they were subjects of outside manipulators whose ideas were also limited about first class schools Now after everything was shaped up to suit the leaders of the school crusade time chief and central idea was to estab fish a common graded school to gether with a high school under the same roof and to invite the people of the country to come to town and educate their children free and es pecially the young men and ladies of the country that desired to com plete their course of study This was done believing it would boom the town and revive trade so the school was made up and Lrof Crabbe of the Eustern part of the state was secured to take charge of the high school department at a fair salary with a suitable assistant also a necessary supply of teachers for the common graded school depart ment Prof Crabbe was a man but a thorough graduate with high attainments and came with good recommendation tho he had but little experience in conducting schools He might have proved a valuable teacher had he been re tamed long enough but unfortunate ly he struck the wrong place at the wrong time to exercise and exhibit his ability as an educator The trustees seeing their inability to successfully engineer a school shaped upon so high a plan of pro cecdures they turned the work over to the teachers and remained The teachers acted independ ently of each other each teacher wIth the advice of parents and chit dren was boss several de I If tf I J IIoi1I II I I I wouldstop they hadother schoolcrusade hadabout cast less lots u acres proceeds 4000 arrangedand I 4 return purchase district easily pay sold 0 young passive l of their r partmcnls hence time tiny of the sUujul vs left to leach ers who had no rest in the progress of the school other than to tthilc away time anti receive their salaries Now the first school crusade vas run front start to titiuh without discipline regulations or order Now after the first yeais run it was thought by the who heads that the high school department had better le dispensed uith and the circumference of the school he to the limits of a common graded school as the amount of ex penscs were in excess of the income so the trustees were requested to discharge this professors of the high school and that the school should proceed on the common graded school basis New different teachers were employed every yanr generally new and unexperienced beginners and light weight some did not know the first principles of conducting a progressive school Trustees were elected occasional ly the same calibre as their predecessors so the school went on opened anywhere from nine to eleven closed at anywhere from one to three sons were recited some pranking and perhaps a little fighting and the services of the day would close The school went on under such state of affairs from year to year until recently whiten some trustee or patron of the school happened to pass by the school house and took a look at the condition and found it to be in a very bad state of dilapida tion and dirty as if the house had been swept not more than once or twice a year They at once gave the alarm of disease germs to the people of the ton and everybody became alarmed The county rose up and declared the house unfit for school after this the first school crusade at an end after having run about twelve years and which has been declared by sonic of those who were instrumental getting it up and as sisting in engineering it as being a failure anti a farce from beginning to end And many of the citizens of Greenville have had to send their children elsewhere to educate them so dpingJ When tjie djs and manipulators that were the leaders in getting up the first school crusade woke up from their lethargy and stupidity and took the dilemma by time horns and sounded tocsin and started a second school crusade They succeeded in having the district to vote a 12000 hand issue to be used in reorganise inc repairing and remodeling the old dormitory school building dtulle te amount could have been vocd us easily for about half the voters of the district pay little or no tax and they arc indifferent as to amounts and as a general thing those that have the most children pay the least tax with a few excep lions Now 12000 repairs on a house that ought to be worth about the sumac together with the interest on the bonded bebt would furnish the district with a 30000 which would tell vwell for a little place like Greenville but it is not always the house that makes good schools A good school in a log house is better than a ball one taught in a palace Now we are through with the past review and will take a future consideration of the second school crusade which will commence this Now we arc not opposed to repairing and fit ting up time old dormitory for a school house this ought to have been done when the property was first purchased and used as a school hcusp but we are inclined to believe that 12000 is a little ex horbitant in way of repairs yet it may be required Now we are of the opinion from what vc can learn that the leading and central idea of those who are manipulating the mat ter is the same that was entertained at the commencement of the first that is to carry on a common graded school together with a county high school under the same roof and that the people of the district are to taxed to keep up these two schools We are in favor of a good district school house but we are not in favor time county high school and for the district to be taxed to the high school for the county simply to boom the town and for the completion of the educa tion of the children of the district and prevent parents from paying out money on their children Whejieyjbf time district as such respjpnsibllUies it will i i I tfo t l reduced and ofabout oclocksome les sessionNow is in and payout large sums of tn M A fm b thc tau ht tall schoolcrusade be andschool o unitingwith keepup sumes t 1 ltfc and tics hilt superintendent money rallying schoolhouse distract elsewhere w r get a white elephant on its hands or something that it will grt tired of It will result in taxation to limo limit seventy five cents on the 1undred dollars worth of property which would he unjust 1 he county sup erintendent has publicly intimated that he thinks the county could be induced to pay as much as twelve or fifteen hundred dollars per year in way compensation for the ed nation of county students but such a surd would be insignificant Now if the is required to have a high school the law requires that it shall be at the county scat so the people need not be uneasy If we want a good district school we must not depend 1ipon speculation we should a well qualified teacher to be placed at the head of the school one that knows his business aud will do his duty as a teacher rc want trustees to know and study their business and do their duty as trustees irrespec live of the wish of parents or chil then The school should be placed under a well regulated discipline and then we have a prosperous school RONDO Commissioners Sales Slalilenfccrii Circuit Court Kentucky I reMO Oux to rilT T K Co A j Deft IX WiUITV- lly rlrtitftof jnftKinent and order ol halo of the JlHhluulKir Circuit Court rendered at the April twin tlioruofIOJO In that nlu rc lite itiu Of Tu lUiudrcil mil Forty two Dol lare uinl lit JUM with li tcroMt at tile rate of Q per cant per ajuirtjii from tits 3ltt day of May lOOt u tll pall and WUtt oo tn herein I Khali pniuecd Id utter far sale at Uonrthonne door In ClrotnvUU Ky to the highest bidder at 1UttrIQ AUCTl X on Monday the 3nt day 1JW at ooloek p in or thenivbout tbeluic Ontnty Court day upon n urcdlt of sis mont i the folluwiajtilcherlbetl property towit Iteplnlilujr at a oernur Uoad treat thunee X 80 W IS 12 pol ji to a ro k thence X V Kit poles to a rock thmUo S Sft K 4 1Q poled to a niffc thciioe S 9 V 14 polen to the befclnnlnx iHlnir the conveyed John S Cox uiHl Irene Cox by taron II Drnnmjn by deed Acted Xovembtr 7 18HU Or snilletcnt thereof to produce tile stuns of HO ordurcil to be Hindu For the into rniuw price the nutvliitBor with approved nr ty or secmlUe mnst cxeontc bond bent listr le iil lut tet t from the day of wile until piId and liuviJK the force anti effect of a Jndji me t UlilDp4 will 1 prt paw l to comply prpmjitjy vflth tlldse terms Jas m Oates II C M C C t the MA hlenlerrl3rcnItrConrt rendered at the Ajtrl tern thereof IOOS In the above cause foe the sum of Hundred and Nlnety eight ft cent with Interest at the of 1 par per uiinnm from the mist da of May 1000 until Patti anil BtJJ coMtw herein 1 H mll proceed to offer for stile at the door In Oreeiiville to the bidder PUBLIC AtWTION on Monday the 3Ut dnv of May 104R Ht 1 p in or therea Uititrt Count Court day upon a erwlli vlx moiitha the foiowln iKkcribtHl proj arty towtH- itttateU on the watery of CyprcttM Creek Mnhlriiovr Iniiiitv Uy and b iui ltJ as fol Uiitiiiilnirata uiiple fbaK grn ami oak rimulux thence N 53 to a stake ihoilre S K B i it itolvM to two maplfH thouee1 8 71 K H M le t to 1 Httke fom erly a rnm then CS7 to a MIJ 1 lice ami two btKolavt thence il W W puleit lu two uiuis aiMt mplo thence b II 1JS IOCM tu aii trim maple and per limnon ihenc X t8 l 2i W 8i 12 polet tu a dead white oak anti block oak thence N li V IM pole to the ciintalnln IOJ a MM tuner 01 less UetortHl In deed book 00 JMIKC 271 the coal auil inlulnx rlfi t luvlug bteu pr vloi ly bolt Jr aaJtUlrut tfccreof to profit the of iMunoy e Oite od to be niailr Fur tje pnrcli piles loin j tcba r with apjiroYiil seinr il ii MVwrUIe m it hood heisting If al intwoit r uf wile until paid awl liarln the anrt JlT of a ju lament Didurrrf win be ptpir U to ewji ly pvmpnv Jas V Oates SfSFRIFFS Uy virtue of nn fxocutijn No directed to u whicli lssivnl from tho ofiiuo of tho Mutlttnliurg Cit1 cult Court in favor of GJvnnl nrrctt ngainstT Taylor fun the sum 5ji U303 tvhil the cost of advertising in Ttiii Uvicuiti I or ono of my di r ti ties will on ftUNDAY the lIst day of May 10UUr htfbtxuon the hours of 10 oclock AM and 0 1 M at the Court House door in Greenville Muhlenberg County Ky oxpose to TU15LIC SALE to the highest bidder the following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy Plaintiffs debt interest anti cost towit The redumption right of the land sold by the master commissioner in the CUBU of Garrett vs T L Taylor and oho name land con veyed JTerhuno by Finn Short anti wife by dood dated Due 7th 1005 in lead book Ui page 417 and hounded as follows on the North by It W Itatsoll on the West by 1ond Liver on time Lust by John IMiillips and Louis Ashby and on time South by the Cleorge Suott farm levied upon as the redemption right of T L Taylor TISUMSrtfnla will bo on n credit of six uiontbs bond with np proved soGurltioR requirod of the chiuitr with interest from lute at the rule of 0 per cofit annum and liar inf the foroo clad efTuet of a replevin bond WITNESS my Laud this llth flay of May 1U09 T A S I A VBit f County uy It 11 siiAyisii u s 3t I I fi get may vs n Cause for the of same land moll I T i tIa cr pl lf vn r J 9 1 eLt mill or of t hOn cent highest u K 116 K I W j I wIll II lac h tilLS fume t tzttlt these M C c I SALE t r of Bel ward to p o mud lUll p h Muhllll erg ig t ft ff I i 1- t count experienced May fit Ili7111t teldp DyvI Ene tit 11 unicr same Dotltre null ride Courthouse tit tlx lag lutes curl putts S7 ptlmes a ems ash execute tnl 11 Clerks hula s r j Sales i Mulilsnberg Circ t Crt Kenlncky John S aniltr juunlluii etc Pill W A An rte Dan IX EQUITY By virtue of n Judgement niitl Order of Hale Of the Jliihlonborp Circuit Court nndercd at the April term thereof ItWI In tho above canwe for till stun uf one hundred nnd eightyone dol lars with at tilt of G per cent per annum from the 31 day of May IOU until pnld nail 320 t licreln I shall pioeeed to otter fur stir at tin Coimliornc Qrccnvllle to Iii hlKheHt bidder at Public Auction on Holiday the HI nay of May IlKJOat I oclock or thcrcnlnjiiiH foe I it County Court dayj npin a credit of months the following de crll o l property towlt- UcRlnnliiK MI n Mtakc In Klleyrt iiue near a jioplnr stump thence X 07 deg W M polen to a htonc iu Went line of lot niiiiibcr 5 to a limit Murk oak i Iron woodH marked as pointer thence S CT W fM holcM Jind linkn to a HUme In lIptonH Held In the old military line thrice with the old lluu S B7 Ic J minutes S0ti le and alms ItiikH to a Mone In the old line nUll vorm r to L Klloy thcneo with llllcy tine X SI B 08 polen 3 to the beRinnliiB 23 acrun Jas W Oates M C J A Jotiiinton rialntlT v J U Wliltcwnrv cr and wife MalUac Whlleitvnrver DeftH- ny virtue of it judgment nnd order of hale of the Mitlili iil er Circuit Court rendered at the April term thereof Ifttt In the above cats for the stun of Eight Hundred and Twenty Dollar with interest at the rate of nix percent from tiny of May luau until iijiiit ami IGCO oot herein I lml proceed to offer fur sale at the Courthouse door In irecnvllle to the highest bidder at PC1JUC AUCTION on Monday the 31 t tiny of May IUUO at 1 oclock p in or tliercilx iit IUR County tout day upon a credit of montliH the followltiKde erlbed irui rty towlt Three trael of land fonUilnlnfC 173 acres Hltnated lit ililonlKrir County Ky on the tttitern of LOUR Creek and dettcrit ed ax follown- Ilonnded on North by Tom Shntt on South uy W n Fox on Uast by Jutne Wet by V4 Cornctt- Unt there U exeepted ont of th above bonn dory 01 aeres of land wild to J A Johnston It belli all of the titled and part of the salt and second trnits of mood above mentioned Or snRtelcnt thereof to pnwlnee the HIIIIIH of money w ordered to b j gusto For the par ehase price the jinrehaher with npprovctl enrlty or McenrltleH must execute bond bear Icfful interest from tiny of stile until paid and havlni the forve and cITcct of n Jud ineiit llhldiirti will be prepared to comply promptly with those terms Jas ST Oates M C Mary 1mtiolb ironic tie PUT UinmH DOt ctit Dtft EQUITY By virtue of n Judgement led Sale of the Mnhlenbcr Circuit Court tendered at the April Term thereof 1000 In the above cause for the division of proceed with Interest at the rale of U per cent tIer annum fum the 31 tiny of Slay m until pall anl PA ejHU herein I proceed lu utTer for wile at the Court house dunr In Greenville to the highest bidder ut Public Auction on Monday the il day of May 10ft at I oclock p m or thereabout bc Injj Comity Conrt davj upon a credit of noutliH the fuUmvlnjr described property to wit A certain tract of land lying on the waters of 4ypres Creek lleglnnliiK rt n while oak an on WatkhiH survey HUjposcd to be 10 poles oj WnlkluH curler nun running tin nee Morv licudM thence X 72 W 211 to small black oak and dogwood thence X 10 poles to the bKelnnlni containing iI acrrn more or less Jas W Oates M C Of Corn niL acf nit mOOr In six o nod cents par tnattuu the lIIlt lit on e hut I Otdllr of Ix i br rnIdctCuQ t satitl dark units inter Mt rat its p- Ill three huh eon bthllux 20 Nix Fuel shall anti rarest 4 t ut exU ai Nk Sum tau 1c tr nlstcud corner three t brightens and preserves everything no or dingy looking furniture or in homes where Liquid Veneer Is used oil is clean wholesome saul can be applied by anybody anywhere at any time there Is no muss to dean up There are no cans no pots no brushes There are no sticky hands or surfaces Simply moisten a of cheese oft the surfaces as you would do dusting Just try Liquid Veneer and see how sweet and It will make everything 4oz bottle 26o 12z bottle 60o W H BRIZfllDHE 0 1 woodwork afterward SOLD I tartsyS aY 1 i s aptistI MISSIONARY APPOINTMENTS f r 1 o 7y 4 REV A N WHITIN6HKLL MISSIONARY OF THE MUHLENBERG COUNTY BAPTIST ASSOCIATION WILL PREACH AT THE PLACES Greenville Wednesday June 2 Cedar Grove Thursday 3 East Union Friday 4 Pleasant Hill Saturday Unity Sunday 6 Oak Grove Sunday 6 Carters Creek Tuesday 8 Macedonia Wednesday 9 Dunraor Thursday 19 New Hebron Friday 11 Penrod Saturday 12 Hazle Creek Sunday 13 Drakesboro Sunday 13 New Prospect Tuesday 15 Central City Wednesday South Carrolltu Thursday 17 New Hope Friday 18 Bethlehem Saturday 19 Cedar Grove Sunday 20 Bethel Sunday 21 at Night at 11 oclock a in at Night at 11 oclock a at 11 oclock a m at Night A LEWIS Chairman Secy 5 n of Ni W I l lb I iI t v F DOSS H G 1 FOLLOWING r x- t ill nc that 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 arc glad to quote lower prices where it used Drop in and see them 6 M DEXTER CO Agents i AnY IWlLIl 11 1 tb andmakes r is ti 4t G 1 HANNAS GREEN SEAL THE MADE TO WEAR PAINT NOTHING IN IT but what should be there NOTHING LACKING that will improve it Possesses Every Essential Quality Not a Little Lead and a Lot of Zinc but a LOT OF a LITTLE ZING Costs more to make but the people want it FOR SALE 1Y Oil DEXTER CO Greenville groundinLEADand oo I Ky oxqzi has rested perfect dence that her food light sweet wholesome is a against alum powders which are ROYAL IS THE OKLY BAKING POWDER MADE FROM ROYAL GKAPE CREAM OF TARTAR rW it in andperfectly guard the greatest menacers to present day t con sa e eaPt i fc LOCAL TIME CARDC ft NORTH nevus la CbnlmlCit nrit ntro arcum TOUCeV Origans Spc inl Nor SS 1913 U V THE VILLAGE PREACHER ojlrer Uold mUN ffSSim KmrUt litnntl n riter ATIH the rag of A nmn he was to all the ronntr dour Anti paxRln rich on forty pounds a Reqiute from towns he rnu bU Ki dl T ot had chnupeil tar wLshwl to his place iftUraBtlBtjllw to fawn or e k fur nova fnottloiicil to the varying hour Pur other aim his hourt had lenrHWl to prise Jfons to raise the wrttcbed thuH to rUe At Its iOHtrul wpnlrnod nnputnli fli l the stramrlitig wowl rt came ovrn the tretnUltDjj wretch to xcal each honest JSJcuchiUlren followed with eudenrln ivtte nixn to share the jooU tuuui OTiQrvaily wullc n potrnft wnrmlh xj rcshcil n r fnrtt tleib04i him and their cores FiU u td 3 litort hi love hU prlefH were S i eriHt thoughts hail r nt in bea veu- ir r riz Wants your Butter and Eggsr There are several cases of whpop reported from various sCdlfuns A aby of Mr Johns Leave died u dajv and was buried yesterday Sit Lead Hill Fbr Ijauling ot all kinds call Rut us Dennis No 189 Better see Marshal Human at and spay your taxes if you want to save the JI IUeExJNf8IItII t1 a Ot IM tulh SIS a1 aa0pm i Oea MeOi 11 BY ti01Ds3flTir peer Irish ntou It Hot ItnpreLuWu at rharncter ie to lIP taken from his 111 UlulIJcJ your eer ehn I 1t cqletwlttIJc ifd ilfit wt 1IIWHfti It n rlt lt u a t It co 1biIlH cfTtee rlU fun IS f L i Telephone penalty r t t 131pnl- erIlleLtmtted 15 pit iecttlaovstc f tenowtxudnNuxIY i S 1 OLIt1It ulergl li perlru tiou below l fur e rower pr skilled r rMsei- 111 1 hhInch faneriug reG ucb i r vttbeartit atitoats fiaatr3cr tr Tpe iait xreund thelptiiua tu n ntrn Tt titiullc y rye ugh z rt once t Thousands of millions of cans of Royal Baking Powder in making bread biscuit in this and every housekeeper I I B N JPPIR used count Mr W II Bard and wife arc in Madisonvillc on a visit to relatives this week finished in a week Friels the photographer Have had an abundance of rain again this week but the fall was gentle and did no damage If its wallpaper you want Roark can sell you at saving prices This is tie last week to pay city taxes and save the penalty which will be put on June i Try trills the photographer for pictures and quick service Decoration exercises here Satur day will draw many old soldiers and their families and friends to town Coombs buys all kinds of furs and hides paying the highest market prices m cash The condition of Mrs Wm Lov ell much improved and her recovery is expected to be speedy Rtv B Gardner of Beaver Dam i preach morning and Sunday at the Baptist church Dr Coxs Liniment 250 500 and Sioo sizes Every bottle guaranteed Eor sale by Jar Williams The pooled wool of this county Vas last Friday and Saturday and the prices realized plcasingto the farmers Mr G H Adamson is offering the best B P R eggs for setting Telephone him for particulars Mrs James Ingram of Princeton is here on a visit to her children Mrs J L Morgan Mr James Ingram and relatives and friends t i r I Allwork b 1 isvery evening next BarbedWire IS uphere you 1 gold ttaking yourg ood But te 0 1 Ise s yvo can a wa sfge- rotn I It m e oh the doz w 5 taken were anti r t BABY Rift NIGtlTS PARENTS WORN OUT OJ a A very interesting piece of gossip is going the rounds und causing u lot of comment it sucms retarding n young couple by the name of lettis cull thorn Ncwlyv ds no matter what their real name Is j The had a baby spent most of each night crying lo I tors were called in Aunts uncles j grandfathers and neighbors alt volun teered suggestions us to what ailed the j the baby kept on crying Some thought it was teeth others thought it was stomach Then the croakers began to the mother with hints that it might bo meningitis while another iugosted rullammntory One dnjf the dUtmoted mother asked driifrgi fur a oar of the best tal cum toilet powder that he filing about and he sold liar lty Lo Talcum 1owdur She wanted it f a face powder as well as a toilet and therefore required Uu fin purest powder made ftftnHly after that shtv was entirely the m11known pow Uvuiiu the habit of using on the bjihy viiuu changing him So silo usfe- dpyLo Violet Talcum instead UyLo being a powder made es pofilally for delicate skin like babys having unusual soothing and hoal of tho eout of the babys irritated in i I i 9 h that J clued what ought to be Hut I U scare to C of f t know Yl01 t L H 1 I t Ie oIU of J lI r f r q I Newlyweds and done 4 Iuci font rIlthiu ttttisnt Y her any I ae 555 r seatlE i c a out f ditrtltat She 5 yNJp 1 m nw 0 and toolr Y a Hamed skin That afternoon his nap was long and threshing and rolling around and crying out in his sleep Tho change surprised his mother That night at babys bath she took pains to examine him and found that tho tendernuss nnd redness for which she had tried so many powders hUll almost disappeared nor did baby squirm as before when she touched the pink places She washed him very carefully und then applied a liberal coat of KyLo Powder That night baby slept all The nights rest they had had for n long time That ended baljys sleepless nights His skin grew white and clear AH thp redness and rash nod smarting left Now Mrs hits n ngaiilst the gossips and wiseheads who told her nil about the babys tronblos nnd her so Of course llyLo Violet Toilet Talcum Powder is np on a olden Pedestal in licr estimation She has thanked the druggist many times for his kindness in suggesting ttyLo to her And of her experience nearly in her neighborhood now uses llyLo Powder It is sold by who appreciate tested und in toilet articles druggists who aim to please their customers and de serve the customers confidence UyLo can be had at Countzlers Drug Store peacefulno night parents got the first good Newlywed It misled on ly I t J because everybody druggists I c r n CENTRAL CITYS SORROW Fire in Opera House Causes Death of Four Young Girls and Panic Endangers Many Others Central City is in gloom over a terrible accident that snatched the lives of four children who were the opera house there last Monday night during the of Mrs 11 C lloyds private school The opera house was the parents and friends of the children engaged and the pro gram was nearing completion a drill being executed in which all the fifty children were massed In the execution of the movements one of the children accidentally dropped a lighted candle igniting her gauzy costume which spread immediately and four deaths have resulted while Mrs lloyd and one of the girls suf fer from serious burns Dorothy and Zclma Clay aged 8 and 10 years sisters children of Albert Clay Louise Marshall aged 12 and Nell McGcary aged 8 arc dead and Rena May Miller aged 6 is seriously burned Assistance was quickly given but the injuries were inflicted before anyone could prevent The shocking accident has caused the deepest gloom in Central City and from all sources sympathy is extended Mrs Boyd and the Miller child will recover it is thought though both are in danger ous condition The Lewiston Well is now for the present season and all par tics having Keys for the last season arc requested to renew their sub scription or return the Key A LEWIS Farmers Pleased With Wool Pool Mr J W Elliot of Burnside Ky and C H Rogers of Philadelphia Pa were here Saturday receiving grading and paying the farmers for vool which was recently sold through the State Pool to the Hunlington Produce Feed Co Mr Elliot being a partner in said company while Mr Rogers was the grader He is direct from the mills of Phila delphia everything moved off spcad nnd i ur cv and fairdealing- foiaU alike not R issartsfic Srtt tpmei m the pool Weights and grades were in several instances even more than was expected Ev erybody pleased save those who failed to get in Can safely count on one hundred and fifty per cent increase for the wool pool in this county next time and opportunity will be given next season 1 C Excursion Rates On account of the national Con clove of the Mystic Shrine at Louis villc the I C sell round trip tickets from this point at a rate of 420 Tickets will be on sale June 6 7 8 and for train No 104 of the gth limited to June 17 for return The summer rate tic kets to Dawson Springs are on sale the rate for round trip being 130 and limited for return six months from date of sale Tickets are sold to all points on Sunday at half fare rates good for return on all trains schedule to ar rive here by 6 a m Monday W G CRAWFORD Agent Rcvi W P Gordon of O vcns boro wilLpreach at the Methodist church here next Sunday morning and evening Have Frank Harris repair your sewing Central City has the sympathy of the entire county in its sudden sor row occasioned by the terrible visit of the fire fiend in which the lives of bright innocent children were taken Take your Eggs and Butter to Brizcndines and receive the highest market price Miss Ethel Oates is making a splendid showing in her contest which is being put on by the Owens boro Messenger and her many friends hereabouts are expecting that she will get a trip to Europe A general stock law to prevent hoiscs cows etc from running at large in the streets is being agitated by many property owners 1 his is probably the only city of its import ante which permits the use of its streets for stock and it would be a benefit to all if the privilege withdrawn Beef hides wanted and cash prices paid by J E Coombs Co burnedat exercises with It open- r a O entire r railroadwill machjnc r t crowded with d r were best Decoration Day Exercises On account of Decoration day falling this year on Sun Jj day the committee de v cidcd that it will be best to IT hold the exercises on Satur day May 29 at the at i oclock Rev Jeffires has been chosen to deliver the sermon and there will be talks by others while the musical features will be appropriate and impressive is invited but it is especially desired that old soldiers their wives sons and daughters and of veterans be present The various committee will meet at the at i oclock thus afternoon to complete the program and a full attendance of all members is desired Orders placed with lnels pho tographer will be delivered a week Death of Mrs Jane Cardwell Sunday Mrs Jane Cardwell in her 6oth year died of a complication of dis cases at her home on Hopkinsville street at 730 oclock last Sunday night She had been sick for about three weeks but her condition was not realized and her death was a shock to the community She from a congestive chill Satui day night and her condition grew rapidly worse death soon relieving her sufferings Deceased lived a quiet retired life and there were comparatively few persons who knew that she was ill while no one practically realized her danger were conducted at the home at 4 oclock Monday after noon by Revs Ryan and Lewis and interment was in the old cemetery in the presence of a few friends and neighbors She is survived by two sisters two brothers and two chil dren Messrs William and John Cardwell If you want job printing the best can be had at this office Womans Foreign Missionary oBfer As has been announced the W F M Conference will be held here on June 5 10 If there arc those in the dcnom il 6L who wiJtpOjgJtiin uilegates Nant may be smittb M r j L- Rogers Judge Siuididge last week down his derision in the Central City whisky election case and he upholds the opinion of the county judge deciding that the election was should stand thus putting saloons out of our neighbor ing city and making the county dry The last license expires early in November while othrs lapse soon See J E Coombs if you have furs and hides to sell as he pays highest cash prices The revival services that have been in progress at the Methodist church for two weeks closed last Monday night and Rev has gone to other appointments There were about forty persons converted aud some thirty additions recorded on the church roll There is gcner al religious interest aroused and Rev Brown endeared himself to a vast number of our people Jarvis Williams sell Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment to kcal without a blemish or your money refunded Dr 11 D Newman bt Drakes borowtxs the guest of friends here Sunday Mr J R Drake of Bowling Green and his daughter Mrs T A Isaac of Drakesboro were the guests of Mr and Mrs T 1 Drake Sunday See the automatic choirs at Ro arks furniture store There has er been anything like them here The merchants and business men are lending every encouragement to the Book Club in its work of clean ing up the town and have made up a prize fund for the children who engage Messrs G E Countzler George Eaves and J A Oilman have been chosen as the committee to award the prizes and they will survey the town before and after the visit of the bands and award prizes for best work of the crews on the showing made There will be a spirit of commendable rivalry on the part of the captains and various crews and Greenville will look neater than ever before in its history ih visits of the children t in suffered Funeralservices cnce thane r handed legaland 1 Brown n v after Nt lllr f 1 W I has courthouse Everyone widows courthouse tti EMtte Guaranteed various 1 Serves You Right The J L Roark Estate carrying complete stocks in all departments is in the best position 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 can there fore to your own satisfaction Serve You 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 better service we can give in return THE J L ROARK ESTATE Greenville Ky totRight I t Street Cleaning Day June 1 The Book Club with the assist ance of the children of the city the help of the city council and the business and professional men is rapidly rounding up the details of street cleaning day to be observed on June r There is a lack of and several captains of di visions are in need of helpers It is hoped that this efficiency will be every available boy and girl is needed and parents should encourage their children in the work Cleaning day will be observed on June 1st As is comparatively new there places that can not be reached on that day If there arc districts that are not cleaned if persons living in or near such districts will report to the Hook Club they will be ready to arrange for cleaning them at some future time The districts divided ajw- lrrrT assisunis in each section are as fol lowsEast side House Mrs T B Panncll Captain Guy Coombs Spencer Pannell Evelyn Pannell T B Pannell Rice Eaves Assist antsMill street and Cross street Mrs C W Roark Brizendine Ona Osborne Glenn Hardison Lucile Hardison Assist antsCumberland avenue Mrs Ed Wood to be se cured From Mrs Puryear to Mrs Kirk patrick Mrs E R Yost Captain Pjiul Boggess R H Lyon Oliver Kirkpatrick Bayless Burbee Jessie Dexter Assistants From Mrs Kirkpatrick to Mrs St Clair Eaves to be secured L Morgans to Weir corner Mrs McNary Captiin Children to be secured From Weir corner to Mrs Tins ley Mrs T B Slaton Captain Ruth Sumner Arnold Ryan Milton Oates Mabel Root Flora Latham AssistantsFrom E J Pur years Mrs J L Rogers Captain Children to be secured From Dr Slaton to Dr Koontz Mrs L E Rice McNary Reginald Countzler Alex Turpin Allison Stokes Myrtle Al len Cook Hayes Assistants From Dr Koontz to J L Mor T J Reynolds Captain Vera Warren Laurence Warren Raymond Warren Assistants From bridge to C M Martin Mrs Harry Weir Prowse Frank Prowse Harry Ren der Jessie Render John Walter Render Mabel Sparks Dewey Sparks Elbert Sparks Assistants From C M Martin to Dr T J Mrs W G Crawford Laura Reynolds Gilbert Reynolds Neil Blackwell Joseph Martin Assistant Savings Bank to J S Milers Mrs Felix Rice Jessie Stuart Allen Albert Christian Mc Kinley Poole From J S Miller to W C Kim W D Ulackwell Cap Meyerhoefer Matilda Myerhoefer David Green Edith Green Thelma Dukes Emory Dukes Assistants Irowbrilge avenue Mrr Guy Moigan Orion M Pher suppliedas the may i into h bee itJ Cou CaptainJessie CaptainChildren McDonaldMrs CaptainChildren From J to CaptainLucile ganMrs CaptainMary Slat ll CaptainAnnie mel l rs tainEmma Cap ft sit 1 volunteers work 1 lrhich the cit Via Tiusleys Mildred i son Myrtle McPherson Myrtle Hayes Chauncy Guy Morgan Min nie Marjorie Morgan From W G Duncan to Lewiston well Mrs J A Gilman Captain Children to be secured From Mrs Minnie Martin to Mr C H Baker Mrs C Jonson Captain Mallory Pittman Annie Hallinan Herbert Hallinan Robert HudspcthFrom W Middleton to C P Church Mrs A W Duncan Cap to be secured From First National Bank to Mrs Martin Mrs II E Eaves Captain Children to be secured From C II Baker to Cemetery Mrs C H Baker G Tailor Roger Nickols Hugh Lewis Lyndell Phillips Assistants From C P Church to H C Lewis Mrs Geo Eaves Captain Children to be secured CITY ORDINANCES Ao rdinahcc regulating the of certain buildings The City Council of the City of Greenville do ordain as follows It shall be unlawful for any or persons owning or occupying property within the follqwing bound ary in the city of Greenville towit Beginning on Wing alley at its with Campbell St and run ning thence North with Wing alley thence with Russell alley East to Water alle thence with Water alley South to Cambell st thence with Campbell st to Wing alley the be ginning to build or maintain within said territory any privy closet nr outhouse unless same be built and maintained within connection with septic tank or cistern and with means of flushing with water Any person or persons violating the provisions of this ordinance shall be deemed guilty of a mis demeanor and upon conviction shall be hued 2 for each day same is violated Approved May 10 1909 J W LAM Mayor OKIKN L ROAKK Clerk Roark is specially prepared to do disinfecting and is subject to call anywhere The children who assist on cleaning day will be allowed to guess the number of cart loads that will be taken oft Report your guesses to Mr Oricn L Roark anti try for the prize offered by the Book Club The wullonpcr season has been heavy at barks this spring and some of the more popular patterns have been reduced to quantities for only one room The goods fresh and patterns excellent Bunched forquick handling and priced for rush sale so you had better have an early look ROTKE TO POULTRY RAISERS Now is the time of year to feed your fowls a good tonic 4 1144 cures cholera gapes roup canker anti limberneck When fed as a preventive it not only keeps them healthy but makes them lay Price Soc No cure no pay guranteed by your druggists Jarvis Williams Try it under the guarantee Ask for booklet on diseases of poultry 3m V tainChildren CaptainJ j tI construction u sufficient I z person intersection y are J RIVERV1EW EXPOSITION fhicajjo Created Amusement Eater Completed at a Cost of 5000000 None of other marvelous achievements e iunl the great amuse ment enterprise It hue Just launched I3CPOSITION Tills exi o Itlon Hnrpnikcsi of Its character since the original WorWx Fair rite ntlllon VolliiM expended to make It ncrovulns fem In coroiiet of parses season 7GOOUOO visited the cxpodtlon This year u will au 10000oo A trip to Chi IUKO would l 9 iitiomi eie without a visit ther mVEUVlKAV EXPOSITION our pnosea CaesnrH ancient Circus Mnxlnjua where 5000 dancers cntfrtnincd Home Ive thousand daiictrM could be lost in my one of Its court J c iplanade4 sau cwayM or wooded Krove Thatmany show riders Indiana and cowboys arc used In Its Frontier Day Ietci alone Twice as many are accommodated in tho where Mexican bull tights occur Wild bull and daring Toreador dally enact thrilling contests for life unit death A band of 100 national music Many military Land 4 render open air needs Tlie Indu trial exhibit Includes vlrelew telegraphy flying machlnei llrtjrlhle aeroplanes and other mechanical Chlca IU EIHmw t waS J era n Iris trick III courses 1 v rise Jr ea w J d net x ttx a a k rr 4 r 4 niVKKVIKXV EXPOSITIONS match less atinrtlon Is The Creation This stupendous scenic fpcctncle animated by Blbllciil characters of the Garden of Bilcn N destined to attract worldwide attention It Is the product of the of R V McConnell builder of several worlds fnlrs and his stuff ofa hundred nrtlita The cone Is the Valley of the Eu phrates vhere tradition locates Eden loved spectator view as near to Its re production n men conceive The jrrcat r ll JoiiH drama closely follows the Scriptvre There I first n void then darkness f life In the air and the waters birds md fisho creeping and things nlestlnl anthems of unseen spirit bands he creation of Adam and Eve theiremptatlon transaction nnd expulsion y Angel Gabriel who delves them forth vltli nl vord A great 25000 Intones iroprlatc music Its deep produce thumlff and it llutelke notes the mlnilrry of fnest small life Flashes f tic nn and wniry storms are made cl t nnl water effects Space niilds in tilt iuntc duecrlption of this uaunldcont pocfoclc- Anotlicr great noolty Is Tho Uncos n punornnn Fifty horses at to rae over the high way to Coventry nl kyhe r I ached at 4 1Px y a iY J 9 4 45 5 sup tubes ct t v v it qr v 7 M 1SIVFRVIKW EXPOSTIONS Court f U rtor bas ne r bten alnco the lament Ilnn ln Gardens of Baby Ion Its renter la a In soon of water through which flash myriads of sliver and gold flsh The limpid edges are ringed with emerald lawn set in rows of cade fountains play sprays hlxh overhead and cooling float downward Into the Fantastic facades and white pavilions gleam through the trees n a marble setting for beautiful landscape Over Niagara Falls reproduces on a mammoth the famous water falls The Inspiring strands of great bands otter tones of orchestras sounds of merriment from Joyous throngs sunlitwatery and fore try gay whirr of aerial cars nnd ma chine whistles of miniature railroads localization of the animals of Circle D Ranch chnntlnsr Indians the familiar rooting enthusiasts In the baseball park silent onward movement of the river that courses through the great park and millions of activities that Im pleasure and make RIVERVIEW EXPOSITION a pla f of made the like of which the Ms never ecn Mr James Louts Roatk will be at home next week and spend his vacation here Roark has the most practical Davenport on the market and has sold a half dozen to pleased custom ers 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 floor and see for yourself the advantages over any other line is on the market The prices arc reasonable too Flies will not bother a wound where Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Lini ment is used sale by JaryjsS Williams W d t f Mtntel Ca c mist hl oon I 4 scale i showplaces- the e m I r I I r M t 1r J prismatic r a r Fur ROARK Furniture Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wr pper Slippers Vaults ROARK k Wjl st c Wii cn 1 of 11 T o c w oo W lli per g j t1 Y- y rave isin ec ion WIDE TIRED WAGONS Result of Experiments on Different Roads and Soil SOIUP yonw when the low wheel with ilnil Iwnfly wagons tlrst began to attract serious attention the Mis pourl agricultural experiment ptatlon nt Columbia Mo bccaim Interested iu wise urea and mate n number of experiments A report has been made on the experiments with the results Tests wore mado on macadam gray el and dirt roads In all conditions and n I 1f arm an I I I i J v Gardent ago P following- TTTB OF WIDE TIHIUJ WU2C meadows pictures and plowed fields both wet and dry The draft was determined by menus of rt self re cording dynamometer The net load was In every trial the same viz 2000 pounds Contrary to public expectn In n large majority of cases the draft was materially less when tires six incites In width were used than when the tests were made standard width one and onehalf Inch esIn nil conditions of the gravel road except wet nnd sloppy on top the draff of the broad tired wagon was very much less than that of the narrow tired wagon Averaging the six trials n load of 4Ii4S2 pounds could be hauled oh the broad with the lntft n load of 200f narrow tires On dirt roads when dry hard and free from ruts 2530 ponnus could have I I with trees saute rtt tin Lion tireao fur pounds tit the v t t LOW WIDE TIBED WAGON been hauled on the brond tires with the same draft requlnl for 2000 pounds on the narrow urea On clay roads with mud deep and drying o1 top nnd spongy underneath n large number of tests showed uniformly fa vorable to the broad tire The differ epee amounted to from r2 to Cl per cent cr about pounds could lIne been hauled on the broad tires with the Fame draft required to draw 2000 pounds on the narrow tires In condition of road the broad tires show to their greatest advantage As the road dries and becomes firmer the dif ference between the draft of the broad nail narrow tires gradually until it reaches about 25 to 30 per on dry hard smooth dirt gravel or macadam road In favor of the broad The report concludes- A large number of tests on mead own pastures stubble land corn nod plowed ground In every from dry hard and Inn to wet and soft shows without n gle exception n large difference In draft In of the broad tires This difference ranged from 17 to 120 per cent These statistics throw n strong llgtit upon question of draft and make distinctly In favor of the employ ment of wide tires There Is little reap son to doubt that the opinion of prac tical teamsters would support the snow proposition Perhaps It would be bet ter to provide for a gradual adoption of wide tires but that they are cer taro to come cannot well be doubted Corn breeding The Illinois experiment station Just published the results of Its ef to breed corn for high and low protein content and for high nnd low oil content Ten generations of corn have becn bred for these different pur poses by selection of seed having the desired qualities In the effort to the protein content the average has been changed from 1002 per cent to 1420 per cent In the effort to crease it from 1002 per cent to per cent Individual ears have been found which contain ns high ns 1770 per cent of protein and as low ns per cent as high as 850 per cent of oil and as low as lCO per cent nut the high protein corn has bceri In ev ery case less productive thanany of the other three and Jn some cases cldedly so It has also been less pro ductive ns n rule than corn grown for no particular purpose Just corn The conclusion Li reached from some plots that while this continued selection fur a single purpose to the neglect of all other considerations has resulted In lower yields yet this Is not n sary result In some cases high pro teln torn has yielded well ns ed with standard varieties bred for no particular purpose 11 13 s t j tti 3200 j j f it dhnlnl hc i lcondition Itr Tory r10 e the Jt I J 9 y J x t Increase i t I I It 0J i tI Ir r a thl con tire sine favor 4 a hast 55 forth r 0 4f d 81t 0 I I nec 4 comp a It o a d MONEY IN TRUCK FARMING Profit of 18000 In ocean Years In IOWA The most sensational tllclnflurc I1 agricultures has Just been sends by Franck Scstler of I CR Moines la a young Wool who has made 1 worth of permanent ImpriviMHvnt n thirtytwo micro farm In the l t seven years and pall for 11 nil from the product of the soil It 1 a demon stration of what application will Franck Rcstler Is the son of a French stonecutter who came to PCM Molncs In 137o to work on the con struction of the state capltol Put stonecuttlng Is nn unhealthy busliie and one tiny he determined to quit It Ho bought n farm within sight of the golden dome of the statchonso he hud helped to construct and strusgled along for years paying iff the mort gages and at the same time raising n family Seven years he died nid his son FraiiclH tool the active man agement It Is he who has worked the miracle of the soil He has turned his farm Into a true k garden which Is now said to he tits finest truck farm west of the Missis sippi river The beauty of his success Is tint unlike truk gardener of the east he decs not have to spend grist sutras of money fur fertilization Dur ing nil these years hl fcrtlllwillon IMS not cost him moro than rO edits an acre n year Among the permanent Improvements built since 1001 nod paid for front this small farm are an SOOO house which is n modern cold storage a fltonm plant that draws wa ter from tit river n unit mile shimmy nnd lifts It 11 feet Into n monster hers ervoir and eight greenhouses Mr Sestler by his management Is making his farm yield n semis Income of 300 or 100 an acre IiUe every successful nan Mr Sostlermn handle some things better than others To matoes Kcem to be his favorite seep lie Introduced the method of raisin tomatoes on pals and plants ttGPO vines to the acre petting a ylejd of 7 0 bushels of perfect frail tint brings the highest pries on the mnrScrt Io makes as much 200 on let face In n year such for a thirtytwo acre farm In Iowa are sen national to say the least especially when they are made to come by the BOH of n French stonecutter win knew nothing of agriculture tool who never attended an agrlrultural college Stock Dipping stock In lime sul wash or other Insecticides has recently been touch advocated ns a substitute for fumigation with hydro cyanic acid gas The station at Ge neva X Y flits however that tills treatment If used nt nil must be han dled with care to secure scale de struction without Injuring the trees With the sulphur exposure of the trees for too n time or nt too high temperature resulted li injury while with any of the materials exposure of the roots to the mixture resulted In serious Injury to the stock For nurserymen the station still rec ommends fumigation as most effect ivo nnd least liable to Injury would advise orchardlstn to use time lime sul phur as n spray after the trees ire set rather thau as a dip when they are re ceived For Harvesting The season for harvesting fruit Is some mouths oft but the suggestion here made will keep The Invention will make the gathering of apples pears nail peaches n far easier enough hut like many other simple expedients It remained uuthought of until recently contrivance used n n o I n n mires Wa u ry wash use I Fruits I he j I J 11 u c muter nursery nut nn beet I I UADE OX WIISCIME OF SCISSORS Is of metal toads on the principle of a pair of scissors except that where tlie point of the scissors would come there Is on one side n disk and on the oth r n circular aperture opening Into n lor r bag which Is attached to it The tics of the harvester are hollow that they will fit over the pointed of ijples which may be of sums required Hy means of this devil u n person stitndlng on the ground can tenets fruit In otherwise Inaccessible places and by compressing the handles can snip the fruit from the limbs Into the bag In this way fruit can be- P plucked before It falls to the ground nnd becomes bruised Spray Fcr Apple Trees One of the most successful apple growers of Ohio uses nrsoimto of lend in the bordeaux mixture to kill different fungi ns well as to keep In check the codling moth spraying at least four times after time bloom falls ills formula for bordeaux Is three pounds sulphate of copper lice pounds j of lime nod fifty gallons of water 10 lute lens s I cn t I SUCCESS 5 DAIRYING riorrwce n j icvfi r tl Ou iiccllitit diilivmnii tells MX follow lnrv lie iwtnhltHliid lib dnlrv stud ii tasking It imyTle lilY ului In establishing riy dairy vn to cullwt u herd of cows bred for iiiiiitnlile pmluHlnn for ov oral RiiiiMtUlon If runiuit aflWil to buy n full herd of brvd the best thing to do is to n few pure bred cotes with ttlif utory odleirtl records of thu il best mlii pt ctl to biusliictn and to till out tin herd with fnulrn of the saws brtcil Thu next sued nict linimrtiuit wli tlun Is the bull NVvi r prtniy vvlw amid pound ftioiWr In this Whoever pnirthnvs such tviuuHtiy will rrvy IPIVP rfHWn t It Booncr or later Tho bull should bo rut of n cow ad mitted to ndvmiml rt jUtry wltli nn equhnlfnt rcecixli rind rlwuUl tjord type of the l rc d Livln1 on n funk which IK bushy rocky and hilly 1 breed Ayrsblres Uw unw I CifnU they are bent suited to tlu i romlltluiM Of average Ie etinylut ten firphu or niKii they IUIHSI SM n Ioiintitu lion strong to st viral itNIs pf Kcvwral stniln III time dairy I N I II I lit lon I tic r Ill hUll stunt I sc one tare pn hate silt bret ones lIP fen best coon without breaking down and often ylvr VT Un thvlr weight In tnllk In I your without uvurfopdlng 1 kop only rhe heifers fmm very boat tows InbreetUtig may be fiomoiimes ndvisnblc hut the animal must bo very carefully muted ns two nnimnls closely related bwrlng the defects would bo more liable to transmit tho dufect than their nmvde tiinible qunlitlivs sumo think n heifer Khould not deliver her calf three years of light I think the loujcer she guts without developing time mill phe has traiiHinlt to oflfHiiiinjj Of course she Khould no bo land so young to retard hive I run Rider two surd a half years a suitable ago for the heifers life work to begin As n result of above policy one of my curve earned mo hi one year 200 Iu J 5 consecutive dayn A great foster in attaining thece rcuulis U n twentylive rent spring balance con tinually hanging In the stable by which I ascertain the earnings of each cow nnd can weed out the leas prolit able I am parlhular to pace cot milked liy the snare man as fur as possible soul to hove tic tows put up In the same place ench time the object being to keep the cows undisturbed by chaise of surrouiullngK These little details arc Important in the haudling of the mitumlly nervous dairy cow Four things 1 consider ltdl j en t ble in feeding my hoidfirKt bulk ficcctid a large per sent of protein third BiiccjjJpiicer fourth To furnlHh hulk In the grain nil Inn I depend upon wheat bran which also helps to pwvont IsHlI eKlIou null HIP fevt red condition of the gluts that causes and other dhjeaur df udder In supplying pnteln I Bern very successful with cottonseed meal Hurl have never lad trouble with diseases of the udder if it was fed with wheat bran It Is essential to liavq a good quality of cottonseed inpnl n cheap srado being dear at any price Hoots nod sIlMpe supply sued levee These two foals ou bt to Le th mainstay of the dulrynun I rnl r rutaibaRns which atc cheaply easily amid quickly grows pnntitg ihein Inly 1 I can cut a crop cf hay and rutabagas ct the saute land as n sec out crop Too tops are as valuable as the roots to increase the flov of mills Tlke any other mm bine a dairy herd should bo run to the limit of Its capacity to realise the greatest profit After n cow has had her of other feeds sho still will make room for n dally peek of turnips which helps al the pail nnd In tho dixction and as Plmilatlon of other food An Rlonal change of food IK appreciated by animals as well as pa lc I have noticed many tints au Increased now of inlik after changing tie recd for n short time The feeding diould b regular amid the heaviest tattoo given at night when Iho cow Is spurt nUll has a longer time frr assimilation When the herd Is at pntture In Bummer remember HuH an hour In morning IB worth two at night tho cows the Ilral hour you turn them out You will she them eating Look mini time during tho two hours of the afternoon sold DOlt of them are lying down I have Been tills when the pant lire wi so abort the cows had to he fed lu the In short sped cattle goof feed xntl good care make good protHs Feeding Calves A good onler to follow In focdh the sklminlk unit In ns follows Rtir with nev milk as It IB given Imiue dintcly nft r fnlvlng feed new mini for n Khorl perird nrndnnlly nd pklmmilk tn the new until time skit milk Is fed as a whole food time loss of at by using flaxsood Urn cnokcd so to form n jelly add IP gradually ui tit a tablespoonful Is HKC nt a feed serer overfeed the calf Rt I I TYIIG1 rum mum times m lives t r tngJJul CJ tllllllliUltUml tlIIIllU growth mime pt hun 11U1t th lilt nrh soWn s Skim milk iijT G j Jtiii7 lt n avnsnrmt P11 hut tit hive its eat Ii gtu pet buy rn are nil in tsar fintl t3 ire j r t r e P Ire cr FarnSturc Moldings Wall Paper We carry on our floors and in our warc rootrs tho largest variety of Furniture in Mnhlcnborg If we fio not have what you want we will 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 Priors than city stores or mail order houses Our Picture and Room Moldingstocks always complete Wallpaper is now a staple article of mer chuadhe being used all the year round And we always have full selections prices 5 cents and up per roll Ftfttrftf Engrailing Bngraving Machine is the only one in this part of Kentucky and we arc exclutlvely prepared to supply individual tfme Plirs which we furnish on all outfits without extra COlt Uiiilcrtakinff end Embalming in White Enamel end 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 fcctra and double extra widths Steel Grave Vaults of all rise stock for immediate delivery Burial Hot T Suits Dresses Slippers ctcv u large variety Our two licensed Embalmers respond at once to calls for such services Our geucral equipment is complete and of highest graflc We have a Funeral Car in service to call anywhere CSTTwo Private LongDistance Day Store No Night Home No xol Residence 150 yards from store Prompt service any hour day or night ROARK ESTATtO- KIES L R8AKvfeari8icr Sewing Machine runs lighter than any lasts longer than any is more beautiful cay SBBl- ias less vibration titan any other 10 easier to operate any makes a more perfect ctifcn any U is the of all in enc fREE SEWING MACHINE GO CHICAGO ILLINOIS T M MORGAN SON Agts Golden Seal Yellow Root etc We 3 or merchants 3 Reference any Bank in Louisville bugs ret I R4 QKJ3EL SONS CSTAOUBMCO lt 1300 S 20 E Ksrut st IOUIVLLE m mnarlti tnrr WrIng get arc s com in pees subject 7 The 1 L Slogans EE other PIrImJEE 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