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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s i1 ftm 1 Record AdvertiaFing- Costs NothingII It pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates ir 2 r It tttcorb Muhlenberg County is rich in coal iron timber potters clay etc and the most inviting field in I tucky for in vestment ofcapital and pluck 1 IJL n lilmar I ji I 7 Ken fflJDlJl fllCXIXJ 1CliX SCI S l- I I VOL XI NO IS GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY JUNE 10 1909 50c PER YEAR IN ADVANCE New Theory on Tree Planting That it is better to plant fruit trees carelessly than carefully that they grow better in fact when they arc rudely thrust into a small hole and when the earth is rammed around them as in fixing a fence extremely heterodox is put forth by the duke of Bedford and Spencer U Pickering in a recent report of investigations at the Woburn experimental fruit farm Says E J the report It is an article of faith among fruit growers that fruit trees must be planted in a certain special way if success is to be obtained The soil is properly prepared a large hole is made wide but not deep the roots are carefully spread out in all directions and arranged near the surface with a slight upward hear ing at the ends The soil is filled in with many precautions Small quan tities of the finer soil arc first work ed in among the roots hollow plac es caused by archings in the stouter roots arc filled up and the rest of the soil is put in trodden fully down and the whole left to the compacting influence of the rain The tree is supported by stakes un til it is sufficiently firmly established All this according to the report before us is precisely wrong it is all exactly the opposite of what it should be The proper way to plant a tree is to make a small hole to double the roots up anyhow and stick the tree in throw in the soil it down as hard as if one were fixing a gate post The exper iments seem convincing enough They have been made at Woburn Harpenden Uedford various places in Cambridgeshire and in Devon shire 50 per cent of the sets showed in favor of ramming 27 per cent stowed no difference i e all the jelkborate detail of the ordinary i uni was simply 4 vatic ercnceby what criterion the trees are judged planting in this new way gives better results than plant ing in the orthodox fashion The reports issued from the Wo burn fruit farm are always interest ing becsase they deal with funda mental problems of universal impor tance and not merely with local matters No fruit grower could to make experiments himself on anything like the scale on which they are carried out at Woburn and fruit growers everywhere are under an obligation to the duke of Bedford and Mr Pickering for investigating their problems for them and publish ing tha results in so accessible a form Dr Coxs Barbed WireLiniment dues not bum or blister and relieves pain in a few minutes For sale by Jarvis Williams HarieiiRg of the Arteries ttA man is as old us his arteries was laid some times agoby a French physician and the saying like so many others of the phrase Jovjng French has a good deal of truth in it and not a little error There is many a man old in years but young in spirit whose arteries are like pipestems So brittle do they seem indeed that the physi clan hardly dares feel the pulse lest he cross the friable artery under his finger yet these old people arc ac tive in mind and body and seem of ten much younger than men of but twothirds their years Again one meets old and feeble folk whose lives seem to flicker dangerously like a candle flame in a draft whose arteries soft and compressible as those of a child n general however the saying is true anti especially m premature old age it will usually be found that the arteries are hard with fibrous thick chins if not already more or less cal cified Hardening of the blood the medical in a fibrous overgrowth of the walls the arteries usually following more or less degeneration of the normal tissues of the vessels As to just how this comes about physicians arc hot entirely agreed It is probe able that the chatige occurs first the very minute vessels those that run through the walls of the larger vessels supplying them with blood 1 postthis Russellreviewing u then U andram way ltC rA ftlHng1 J tr are as I vesselsarteriosclerosis accepted termconsists I I r I n t doctrine r care- h k k 1 y RrtnCtsul t ti n very aain5 t makesrno dif tt afford a Y I r yt b f ti a t f- y t oft for their nourishment When these are hardened by the deposit of tissue they less blood and carry it more slowly and so the nuiiition of the walls of the larger vessels is reduced This leads to softening and then Nature tries to repair the damage by the only new tissue at her hand namely fibrous tissueLater these fibrous and thickened walls of the larger arteries may be hardened still more by a deposit of lime salts from the blood The arteriosclerosis so common in old age is the result of wear and tear An clastic tube dilated by hydraulic pressure and then con tracting ten thousand times a day will have done work by the cnc1 of seventy years In younger life artcroiosclerosis is most com monly caused by drinking only but in eating es pecially meateating without enough exercise to consume the excess of nutrient material Overwork and chronic poisoning such as leadpoisoning are also factors The best thing for arteriosclerosis is not to get it and the best way not to get it is to be moderate in everything People growing old should be examined medially every ix months and then incipient arter iosclerosis may be detected and per haps arrested by proper diet drugs regimen Do YOU WANT GO TO COLLUCB It so we can help you We have already put hundreds through by means ot our plan Write today for full information offer of a free scholarship in any school or college Address Sherlock 2931 Last sand Street New York City SenteBce Semots beyontl your own convictions Those hearts arc best guarded that are most open to others Freedom the right to a voluntary part in the good of all Many put a thousand lives in danger rather than hurt the feelings of oneWhere the life is consumed in loves sacrifice the halo takes of itself People who run after trouble al ways blame Providence when they catch it Taking pleasures as they come is happiness running after them is misery Most men who start out to pay a flying machine visit to sin acquire the right to vote there If this seems to be a heartless age the only thing to do is to put your heart into it Theres a between believing a thing and believing that you believe it There arc too trying to prove their love for the good news by telling all the bad man wrecks his ship be cause he spends all the time in the hold with his freight Many are willing to wear the Christian armor provided there is nothing but a parade in sight When you see a saint looking for the spot light you may be sure he is made up for the occasion Weak Kidneys Weak point to weak kldnej Henres The Kidneys tho Heart and the Stomach find not In tho organ itself but In tho nerves that control and mild and strengthen them Dr Shoops Restorative U a mcdlcino specifically prepared to reach the- controlling nerves To doctor tho alone Is rows It U a tussle of time and of motor ct well If back aches or is weak if tho urint or Is dark and strong if have cymptnmi of or other distressing or dangerous kid nor disease try Dr Shoops Restorative month Of nnd see what It ran and nil pn rclt rucpmmend nd sell Dr Shoops iitiirative-I ALL DEALERS Wallpaper prices at Roarks are lower than anywhere and the selec tions are very complete now fibrous tt much intemperancenot- by 0 college regarding- our Robert- J ln rtI r lint dAbII JS l1e lot of many news Manya Kldn scalds lor r lJ R i 1It 4 t h L v I i carry worry Blessedrct c ct tlr iitp an t means cart difference Arl htr i TilE RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED Motion Route Announces New Schedule of Fares One Way and Round Trip The Motion Route announces that it will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago at 6 one way instead of 8 as formerly and 12 round trip good thirty days returning instead of 16 Patrons arc offered exceptionally good by the Monon which on night trains from Louisville operates Com partment and Drawingroom 1ull mans as well as the usual straight sleeper The flay trains have Par lor and Dining cars and the finest modern new coaches cheerfully answered by E H D A Louisville Ivy The Youths Companion for 1909 The amount of good reading given to subscribers to The Youths Com panidn 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 in a Score of Professions 250 Capital Stories Including Six Serial Stories ous Stories Stories of Adventure Character Heroism loco UptoDate Notes On Current Events Recent in the World of Science and Nature Important Matters in Poll ticts and Government 2000 OneMinute Stories In hitabls Domestic Sketches Bits of Humor Miscellany The Wccekly Health Article the Weekly Womans Timely Editorials etc A full Announcement of the new volume sent jvtifoT for 1969 who at once scuds 175 for the new volume adding 50 Gents for extra passage if he lives in Can ada will receive free all the remain ing issues for 1908 including the Double Holiday Numbers also The Companions new Calendar loj 1909 In Grandmothers Garden lithographed in 13 color The Youths Companion 144 Berkeley Street Bcston Mass Get a set of pneumatic rubber tops for your typewriter keys Greatest aid to operation of any machine Roark has them and you are asked to call for a look KOIKE TO POULTRY RAISERS Now is the time of year tn feed your fowls a good tunic 4 1144 cures cholera gapes roup canker and limberncck When feel preventive it not only keeps them healthy but makes theta lay Price Soc No curt no pay gurnntccd by your druggists Jarvis Williams Try it under the guarantee Ask fur booklet on diseases ot poultry jm 1UEE 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 AT FACTORY PRICES GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS t service very In- qUIries Bacon I Business Humors Anecdotes wit tQ5tc 5CS n Discoveries and Selected Article 1i will 5 a 4 a lr rPr- nn request tl he t p F asa t NO 270 We ship al1 vehicles Direct from our C 0 D to to examination fire trial tliecrratcnt importance to the Globe Harness Co to every one vrlio deals x uh us a jil osctl and NoefTott to trakc each shipment suih excelert aluc in quality of and cf vehicle that it will be a ind orders in return If we care you selling you on honestly n ilr buggy and a priceless will rwcntpd your returned to you o and Hariirsa cuslomer money till urges Write for our Fran ItuiUy and llarncs Catalogue BUGGY ft HARNESS COMPANY OHEN5CORO KENTUCKY Canes watches umbrellas fobs bracelets silverware and j cwelry of all kinds engraved by Roark at rates a lou 30 Ills of nU e It b lr lit par goods to sI or Olf lIuamnttC I1S AI e fo n J ller Iftoocsnrc not I1S r Its ptk no risk p mnnufnduro honest eollr ALONE reasonable t i tt i iI I TWO IWCNE Fncto ant Advert semen us you ecot your tie to curcrstomet S pope i chits lruntpt ss n ll r D Ja Wo BARLOW D IS N T IS T Criiwu and lirldgo at reasonable 4 OlUuc up stairs In the Jonca Building H Greenville Ky DR T J F Hyt lclnti Surgeon near Main street t CAM HOWARD HOWARD GRAY LAWYERSOffice in Greet Bulltinf oppJiHelaHeade DR LOUELLA IELTSLEY OSTEOPATH Office at Home Street Telephone No 784K m We Ship best quality Field and Garden Seeds direct W farmers at lowest wholesale We sell Clovers Seed Oats Seed Corn Millet Cow Peas Soja Beans Peanuts Seed Potatoes Cabbace Plants Po tarn and Tomato Sets Garden Beans Garden Peas al Land Plaster Write us for prices State what you wanf NASHVILLE 5fED CO 215 Second Aver North NASHVILLE Concrete I am prepared t 4 pavement and other concrete Wujly and shall be glad to make cstim MV In pave incuts limestone i ui ti drive and KM KEN I nilklsut questions frt If you fl rear un St Cotton Mass Typewriter ribbons paper carbon supplies and repairs otall kinds n this office feathers Tallow Goidca Sell Yellow Root etc We are Dealers and con do better than or commission merchants Reference any Dank b Loucville Vrite for weekly rmc6 list and lags wool fegs M SASEL SONS C T I U IICD IN 1000 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY x Very Serous a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine The reputation cf this old rein ble medicine constipation in digestion and liver trouble ia firm ly It does not Imitate other medicines It is better than others or it would not bo the fa vorite liver with n than ethers combined SOLD IN TOWN F3 Cures Colds in any part of body IlrllovM ASY I onr Wlixjill Coqjh iKnlcnc Uo f mall tju nlaX Y Mr Chas W Roark U local rep resentative of some of the best fire insurance companies and will ap predate your business which will be cared for promptly and in the very best manner priors ATON Oelce Maincross street a hotel u SEBDSU H asses Ca kinds Garden and Mower a 1Fertilizers acid Samples u VIE fnYfii YOUR HID ESAND FURS Beeswax for g m D AUGII Liver riIeillc1ne arucr rtenner1s Cough Honey Wbrro olhrr RetliJIII tAII 1hlj III tlrJn C e Taken roar nt Till qs s I r r1ji r s 1 work gone e 5 and WADE N GRAY East 1 ncross Slips Onion Field PENN Work Co t ratted urface thro4oji t 1 ing lt it si ifiiu t Ica tin tour ut 5i7 tniLaC7pIC1 trrttANte f tedy- It 4 arrhr c alMwto we mops star Ic IAhD m d oo name r is n rapt a lttb Cor v 6 I 1 h ntos rrtrltT ti t- il7ffl lylxarecontrti t 1 am 11s ered t tngde Irrrn it ymt romttua ibis lour Tt aAmorlcaaphoogra5y f 6 iSeacon I BUY elf i1 Chas s shipping LAc I ado at n a d m8 a Cute lxrore rsanYO lirlpbid lihaumatkptCnighrtc I Lmurynryt mist wn s 4 i 6 THE DR KINGS DISEASES PREVENTS PNEUMONIA CONSUMPTION Two years ago a severe cold settled on my lungs and so completely prostrated that I was I after using one bottle I went back to work as well as I ever was W J ATKINS Banner Springs Ten PRICE 50c SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY All Drwggists AND IOO I liNG OF CURES NEW DISCOVERY II me unable to work and scarcely able to stand I then was adviJed to try Dr New Discovery u l Si rANDr Kings S i UNION LAWN FENCE J fcctcrr for towns door lards KM don We fencing for Irxvrns door yards field hOI oad eoulUy Write for UNION FENCE CO DeKalb Ill Kansas City Mo C M HOWARD CO The most practical chair that has yet been made is the automatic on display at Roarks Nothing like ever seen here Call anti have a look WeAsk You to take Cardui for your female troubles hecattss we are sure it vlll hcV you Remember that this remedy Tar brought rcM to thousands of f her sfck women so why not to i J you For hcsdacho backache y aess many have std tt Is K i best medicine to take TJ It R Wallpaper in cndUss variety at Roarks and at matchless bargain prices GO YEARS EXPERIENCE stoke r I it great tomalo illj mUfj poriudicd paan Prate I I l fild in This CIty T I I I I or s very 2tttia ravee very eatt1 fetrae rise TRADE MARKU DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS G Anyone enrtlnc a nSclrh mid dcicrlnt Inn culcKIr our oinnlon frco whether an Is Conimniilp- njnsKtrlctlyroiitlieiitfal on IatrnU frco Oldest Tntnnu taken throucli Slunii c to rcccUo A handsome llnMrntmt weekly Jjircpjt elr cnlaitiiii tit ii r hiciiiiuo forms 5 year lour tiiiiitlutL buidbyall nowmlenltm iiraoch onico CS V 8U Wninluston I C KILL7HE COUGH 1NO CURE THE LUNGS WITH Or Kings New Dissever lent for CCUrlIJl uLClliA tprclal notice without ehnruo tl1 tLo nt le 1in e i aU 11 a l scone a a t If aGtaroadway nri q I FOR cQUGHS OLDS PRICE SOo 100- Tilal loUlo Free I AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES OB MONEY REFUNDED SA ISFA ORI 77 GUARANTEED much needless when they delay using Cardui for their female troubles Cardui has to relieve headache backache pain in the side and arising from deranged organs It does more ilpYfiii Ifrs Maxwell Johnson Fit writtt CtrSai evred- me after doctors and everything had failed I had been with numb ever since I was 16 years old One day I to take Cardui I have jioir taken 5 bottles and I can that it has cured me I advise all suffering women to give Cardui- a long and fair trial Mrs Johnson suffered years Have you Do wisH to But why suffer ot all Cardui Give it a fair trial AT ALL DRUG STORES 1i w tIn 4r C If Women Suifer y dizziness writtenrAKE CARD I WW f ii r r a a else suffering ea 4 is rt r The J L Roark Estate furniture dealers and undertakers his added to its equip ment in the undertaking department a Francis Engraving Machine as illvstrattd This machine is one of the very few ia the State and goes to show the progress 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 ndividually engraved casket name plates instead of the stamred stock patterns usually employed And while the city undertakers make a charge of S for suck plates the people o this county will receive iLtm absolutely without extia cost of the character of outfit purchased The machine las been in the show window of the firm for some days and its beauty and the perfect work it 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 COB stjnt study of the anagement and the ca rjus appreciative shown by the public us caused still deeper and greater determination on the part of the coactia to give constantly improving service and on the most favorable basis With this ia view jther features will be added from time to time as they appear The Francis is fitter wUh 11 attachments for engraving articles of any character aad be mechaniqal perfection of the machine appeals to all Tk rubble is given a special invitation to call at any time and see the machine Officers V A Wickliffe President C E Martin Vice dent John T Reynolds Jr Cashier Ed S Wood Assistant Cashier Directors W A Wickliffe E J Puryear R T Martin J tReynolds Jr Ed S Wood C E Martin GeoW Klartin iEttgrahil1g t or i 5TS 1t a tlC Pre i t 3ffratutt JFtar1iitry4 1 k8 regardless does sr P 4 tlt aXoa5rc- envtlle a E RECORD I l nil lll l THIltMUT IIT PRESS Owes Itmie resident HOAUK bcorctnry OKIBN L KOAKK EDITOR LangOlitance Telcphfuc N3 72- Offlco In new nnnx uromu Hoar 50CnTS PER YEAR e TERMS The nl rrl tlon orUe of the iiatwr In bUs in jvHrnnef the nn expired to M It in pultl will be ntoiM1 Unnlnor thnnkn obllunrjr iiottiMH rto If not lo crr lh n tpn lint will Ml Hrtril free A fi rR of to Icr line will mnilc for MIICCCCU tncllnea fia of to uiyoii- ifrre sample ooplc will be niullnl m InnerteU A rate cud will b furnlshnl nn rr iil it parable to UECOHU THURSDAY JUNE Entered at the OrpfnTllle Kj jniiitofflce AB ANNOUNCEMENTS ron lunnirr We are nnthnrlrrd to nnnounre KIMMFL- i cnndMntr for Sheriff of Mnhlrnbcrp conntr ftnbjrrt to the action of the Rriiibllcau iMrtf ron ctncriT coriiT nBnK nre anthorUttl Announce c s conn n cninlldnte forreTltcllon to the office of Olerli of the Miihlenlicnr Clirnlt Court atibjcct to the agtlon of the Kpnbllean party We nntborlsotl to announce K II LKWIS- u cnndiilnle for reelection to the on1 e of County Court Clerk of Muhleubcrjrcounty tiiib Ject to the action of the Kepubllcnn early We are authorized to announce lEo M YORK n candidate for reelection to the of Jotter subject to the action of the Republican Good Roads Law Needed The BoHworth Wyatt Good Road Amendment to the Constitution of Kentucky which passed the last Kentucky by its almost unanimous vote and which is to be voted on at the next November Election 1909 by the voters Kentucky is as fellows tovit The credit of the b ivcB pedge prJancd to public road purposes and any county may be permitted to incur an indebtedness fn any amount fixed by the county not in excess of five per centum of the value of taxable property therein fur public road purposes in said county said additional indebtedness is sub tnitttd to the voters of the county fur their ratification or rejection at a special election held for said in such manner as may be provided by law and when any such indebtedness is incurred by any county said county may levy in addition to the tax rate allowed un der Section 157 of the Constitution of Kentucky an amount not twenty cents on the hundred dollars of the assessed valuation of said county for the purpose of pay log the interest on said indebtedness roll providing a sinking fund for the of said indebtedness Section 177 of the Constitution Kentucky forever prohibits the Stale from lending its aid to or in any Way helping the counties in wad building or taking any part what ever in behalf of the cause of Good Roads Section 158 of our State Constitu tion limits the power ot any county to become indebted more than two per cent of the thus making it impossible for the greater number of our counties to raise sufficient funds to do any road building at all Section 157 of our State Constitu tion provides that a county cannot levy exceeding fifty cents on each One Hundred Dollars of taxable property therein for any purpose whatever thus making it impossible for many of the counties to provide sufficient means to cicatc a sinking fund and pay interest on the debt created to As a consequence of three tions and restrictions of the powers of the counties and also of the Commonwealth of Kentucky good road building in Kentucky has been a thing of the past since the adop tion of our present Constitution This Constitutional Amendment will remove their restrictions which a barrier to the passage ot such a system of Road Laws by our Leg islature as will enable our counties and our State and perhaps our Fed cral Government to join hands in this important work of building and maintaining a system of improved highways in all parts of Kentucky and would mean more than all else for the comfort convenience and improved condition of all our peo pie if this Constitutional ment receives a majority of the vot es at that election it will then be possible fur Kentucky to pass such a system of Good Road Laws as are in effect in the States of New York New Jersey Connecticut Michigan Massachusetts California and Penn sylvania anti in fact every other State where progress and advance ment is being made In building and maintaining good roads while our own Kentucky is at a standstill f I t I I l Au LdtIJlmht Itr ppnptr I I Untlts I I tore IN ADV ARCf and when the paper It1 rlnUon Ulh rule Ad flI1CII IA will AdINII Itn1 nil re H Ureenrllle s I I Iaeconde t ALTER c We II inn coerrr I Legislature Commonwealth 7 I TYn h h y fur I I payment o assessedvaluation I buildroads arc f sL f t t r t iIf a4 I L n1 RECORD i ecoarec ser sasr azassar sa s rears Irene t s rertt all rnnkr mlttnce PItEt 33 El utterr n cot ar oct rte ore ronrarbEf nacre 14trt I Genera of- rna c provule purpose exceeding t R limit f x i s a r a d d a r a Dr Kyifes Address to Owl Club Some nights Dr Kyle made an address to the Greenville club Dr Kyle is a native ut and resides in St Louts and fur a number of years has been in the temperance work anti gained quite a reputation as n temp worker but recently he has been employed by the secret solar of Owlism to look after such inter ests When the Greenville Owl club MS called to order by the chief after Dr Kyle and each member had emptied a pint bottle of leer apiece Dr Kyle then arose and said in substance M y friends anti fellow owls it is a great pleasure to me to have the opportunity and privilege of meeting with you here tonight and to address you upon a subject of interest to you and it iljet my heart hood to scc and to know that so many of the good people of Greenville arc taking such warm and earnest interest in the great work that is now agitated by the good people nl our entire country and great coin monwciillh lint before I talk to you on lit principles the necessity uf owlitiin its working anti effects J shall last refer briefly to the toil and with wlijpji owlism has to contend and you as owls have to fight and war against the evil uf intoxicating drinks unto of the greatest evils that has existed among the human family An eVil that has outlived ccntqricg and gen craiions and has long hud its pare alyzing grasp fixed and fastened up on countries and nations and like a mighty vampire sucking away their very life blood an evil that has become the scourge of life and curse of time continually blighting the peace and happiness of homes crushing hopes and causing tcnrs to now and fall like drops of r in our beautiful country on of wrecked and ruined homes and broken hearts The evil of intoxicating drinks goocMibmesana na ouij country waiting and watching to seize upon the innocence of the young ned purity of the youths of our country and to drag them down the paths of dissipation and de bauchcry to dungeons of dispair to jails and penitentiaries and to shut them up and off from the hopes of life and the light of day debar them from the libraries and lenien tics of great country This evil has entrapped many of our coun trys noble sons of giant intellect and courageous spirit whose as pirations appertained to the highest positions of lift and might have made great and good men but they were captured by intoxicating drinks in early manhood and made prison tars without hope forever ship wrecked to fortune and to fame drifted by the wild waves of dis sipation upon the sea of life lashed and lost on the of ruin I shall refrain from any comment upon the great evil but shall now talk to you about the fight that has been and is now be ing made against this evil From far back in the history of our coun try the good people have been using every means and method known to human ingenuity to prevent the mighty plague of intoxicating drinks It has been done under different names and titles The Sons of Tern perancc The Good Templars The Murphys local optipn and prohi bition but all of these seemed to have failed to successfully and cn tircly avert and check the onward march of this fearful evil The prohibition movement to have been the most effective tide has swept over counties and states exterminating saloons and shops but on its very trail have sprung up blind tigers and bootleg traffic like mushrooms in the marsh and after a little while the territory captured would lapse back under the dominion of saloons but after a mature and deliberate thought of the wise heads of our a pUn unit a movement has been inaugurated and adopted known as the secret order of Oallstn to which you belong Perhaps some of you may not un are curious to know why the appellation of OvlUm is applied to the organization sad that the members of the club are coiled Owls This name and epithet was thought to be the most appropriate represent the work of the Jt is known to most of you if not r d s I e tile Owl Missouri I engaged owland beingurged curs account ofwounded treck antI misery its trait tt 1t fI n JI a u1tJ our it grog dcrstandand to 1ir 1 1 I ee eeAeeeeeae et e e eee ee ee0 agO anti design allover leaves ob and a n vortex secure country all that the owl is the must tiuiet rind noiseless bird tVu belong to the feathered sad fi I species It is not tike other birds that Hit and teat around in the l r a l ii day ling clip In conspicuous places but the quietly and calm in its hollow tree the shadows and shades of night have shrouded the earth toll deep silence prevails then it conies forth to transact Us business winch is quietly lone and when on the hen roost it seizes Its prey with nut disturbance or alarm Now the object of the secret order of KvlUm is to assist prohibition in breaking down the liquor traffic and saloons Owlism and pro bibition work in perfect harmony and wherein prohibition is weak Owlism bccomw the strength and the strong arm upon which can lend for security As 1 have stated the tide of prohibition has destroyed and drove out snloona from counties and states but blind tigers and unlawful liquor traffic have always followed Jt Now Ovl ism bcoomos an antidote until a pre ventive to such state of affairs Owl ism is now being used a sale guard anti we might stay reap guard for prohibition That when prohi bition has captured a territory and drove out the saloons then Owlism takes churye and holrljj the territory thus puptured against any unlawful liquor traffic anti peace auf her mony prevails so there ntvcr was a time in the history of our country that prohibition has bet n so nil protected and guarded having tbg strong arm of 0 vlism and its oak togs to uphold it froth infractions of the liquor traffic Wherever rohibhion gains Owlism can held it against all oddsWe that your count is under qontrol of prohibition except Central City which place IB now in the hands of the court and should they decide in favor of pro hibltion then it ought to be put the control of Ovlism at once to keep down blind tigeis and other unlawful liquor traffic and you should have owl clubs in every neighborhood of your county to attho some uninformed police officer envious for a little pocket change or to gain notoriety may attempt to interfere with your busi ness but you need not fear for the work of Ovlism is always within the scope and protection of the law the judges and the courts will pro tect your work and order from all that may be made the must of understand the design nod motive of Ovlism 1 have traveled over much territory and find well established peace and harmony seem to prevail and the people are satisfied and prohibition seems to be working fine I find in prohibi tins territory many of the lawyers doctors and offici ils and some pro hibitionist and church members have tikcn the Owl degree and arc I race tiding its precepts working right along with the movement The people seem to have their eyes wide open and arc wide awake in sup port ol Owlism In conclusion I would say that you have enlisted to fgit inloxicat ing drinks which is a powerful foe and has slain its thousands and 1 see that some of you bear the marks and of honor inflicted upon you while at close combat and en counter with intoxicating drinks Many a poor unfortunate one has fallen before its deadly missile but you must be courageous and move on its butteries of barrels bot tits empty and consume all that you can fight it to the last ditch and you will make for yourselves a reputation that will shine on your posterity I will now close and desire to hear from the chief Owl When Dr Kyle closed the chief Owl arose and said I am not pie pared to make a speech tonight but shall say that we are glad to have Dr Kyle with us tonight and to hear him we feel encouraged in our work Now I want to soy to Dr Kyle that we hove witnessed tor much to the evil effects of intoxicating drinks wrought in our midst to ever sur rcndtr the principles of Owlism and we to say and to say with emphasis that we have iuto club and OivHsu stay live or die sink swim we are determined to fight it drinks to the bitter end and to the last keg andUke the oM we nuy die but never surrender And if wewill fall witi our I of ands Inc i I Isis untilafter itS e II theunlawful rslalld the igatn d it an o 0 go r ysln lessl art lcks prohibition Owl irn And It I bone the 01 t I r text stint Guards- r 2 JfJ 1I suet exterminating prohibition w territory tinder a rotes v I ay rin w should abant 4ur hark thou scars talk Wont i rte fall i Y K backs to the keg and our feet to the vith bottles in our hands in our order no blot on our name so we can Ic9JL proudly to Heaven from an club of fame We think our soon be under perfect control of OHatn and that there till soon be Owl clubs in every part ijf thc county which enable ti l hold it un der Alt hazards digfcHy attack and any other unla piliquor traffic Now Itefore clptin t we desire to drink health with JiSs ylc Then each member emjtfn ibanolher pint bottle of lice apfffl i the clonng ilnnl nrr w o vkfDr Kyle is well about Circenvfllepiji the county and thinks that will be no trouble to keep jM jilehbcrg county in the prohibition ffmumn Rural Telephones mi luiuici ui 3r modern for your ft flly as a city residence nnd yourself in a position to get tfi latest market quotations ny This can be accomplished b means of our telephone service itch you an l your neighbors ciCjjet for a sum that is small ith the ben received address our nearest offirc or w to head quarters NashviU Srenncssec for Jnfornntion reaalf Sig our special If you are ervicc we hi von lines r Kentucky Tennq Louisiana and t r Inriimn and 17 ClMBKRLANtJr idiately interest r the States ol ee Mississippi Uthcin portion ft i i lire Co corporated Chicago Enterprise Completed at a Cost of 5 0000 other marvelous lie aniUK B just launched This oxpotltlon of Its character the original Vorld Fair dollars was xpondod to make O crowning gem In beautiful Lout TCOQjrofl persona visiteds 1H ywir It Will nc None of Chlca caemvris Circus Maximum COtfQ ilxnopts entertained Rome could bo any one of Hiru osplntutdca causeways or prove That many show trick rlilera Inillan nnd nro juwl In Its Frontier l uy lt tp nlonQ Twice n many ccommoilnt In ipliltlseal where Mexican hull WIld bull ami daring dally thrllJInK contorts for life and A Suanlh band of loo I TO national music finny military oMiil render open air eoncerls TIe IndUUrinl exhibit includes wlrelMK leleannlii fl liiK machines dirigible ner planos and other im clinnldil rear ors t I bal eJs lea Owl countyWIll u will that be tigers was sung ad- Journed he e pleased the k of Utvltsni t411Jre our home as at I Its C 1 r I Farmers UntO ltC nut at preseniet ing telephone Our EXPOSITION Greatest root moot ttIvERYIF I X ITIO eli thlnJ flee IlIr 111 t QWit 8ii r L4ittlID 110 UlEHVJEW r1111 rs lair Jt lea ing may inncIjbiind a Ode and stntti 4 with f ltEPOarlat jai 1Iifit f coin 1 l direct can RIVERVIEPI Amusement enterprise iiv mililon a tt a lot n uI a t lint the cowboys are then Toreador t stn rues ttlinun UIVKtVIKV EX1 HITI N mntch l i jitiynt The treatKin Thli i calc Bpectuclo animated ty liilillvil character of the Garden of I de tlu IVto attract worldwJde it font Ion It the of the roMtu of K HCltoCoiirell builder of M crMi x rld and tils staff of hundred arti W W 19 Valley of the Eu i5br tf Eden Awed pwtniotBgmw a near to its ro n pifty conceive The rngl s7aa closely follows Thorn 1 1 Jim dawn nod the earth at life In anti flihes ct tiilersirl J- til CrPOlIML ftl void than darkness ration of the sky ier the beginning tho waters nod crawling Hn ren plnt hands m and Eve their anti expulsion drives them forth J- Up organ Intonea ap torn tubes product notes of m4 II life of llBhloltHt storms are by electiirot water effects an description of l y Anacl unk xlth n Cumin intiai and Mimicry f Another Kraal Iwvolty Is Tho faces Ilncllnh itanraura Fifty horses at tached to rliaUoa rule over the high v ay to lit lit prndUl 1 the A s yrry forbids m YIf c nt elt nn Coventry lent tilt om IR t len h tt a Ire The scene hors great crll tars t seed things ant tcmptatiof I salon Ito greet 3 hand r t Flash rip aleq late e ass PIVKUVIKW KXroniTinXj Court of Honor hm no r bvn since the Ancient llancht inrdons of lon comer a Inpoon of crystal water through which nash myriads Kllvor and sold flah The limpid edges are emerald lawn set in rows of l CaR code prismatic spray overhead cooling downward Into the lagoon Fantastic facnrte OSWte pavilions gleam through the troe an inurblo aotUng the tand oapo Over FcMV reproduces tnumntoth acale tin famous vatorH The Inant roftnr waters and whirr strands of hands orchestral sounds of Joyous brains sunlit i try Ray showplaces la cars ma f miniature railroads Indians tho familiar lets In the baseball the onward movement ot river that courses through tho rark sod mltlions of activities that Im part nten ura and r m RVIErW EXPOSITION a of tnarte the like of which th9 1aa never seen lluark is specially prepared to do disinfecting and is subject to call anywhere equaled Dnb Its 3rt beatNI t t the chine taliaatiun a fUlhnnls or Clrclo n nano ch8 r n I ot t is o frln t stately slid a pJ o fails i vflls v tIn dthe green make piece J t t Gofiiffli Sales Sluhlcnberg Jlraift Cot v Kentucky W If Pouter PIT Ti- C U Prosier P ft BQITITY- Tlr virtue of it Jndcument ami Order of Mulileiilitjrjr Circuit duties romlurod at Uio April Term thereof loon III rite above online fur the sum fMSQ811 with Intur t at the nail rent pur annum taw 38th tiny of June 1000 until iKiM and I7 herein I hall i roofil to olTrr fur xsiln at the Court home loin In Grwnrlllf l Mghettt bidder ni ITIILIC AfCTION OH MimAfjr the 58th if June ItXW tit I oclock j or llureulHint being County Court l y ujKiii a cmllt of six inuiiiU the following ilawfrlKi nruurrty to wit A certain tract of Innil lyluc in Miililenlnrrg County Ky lHiiiuiltiR at an Elm on old curt r ili n H b 80 polea to n thence It 100 M U H to a UVUory X to th lH j lniiliiir M metes For U o purchase prior tho pure inner with ap proved Hitnty or iicouritlen inuri uruvute lotInairtii legal Interest from limo tiny ofwito until niul having the force and Hrcct intiiU llltlilcrs will tf i rrpaiv l to eoinply with those tirmn Jas W Gates M C M C C I of from fr n opiate thence pull r trI Baler Iii G per eosin the tint umitnlitii oft Judge brightens and preserves everything about the is no old or dingy looking furniture or woodwork in homes where Liquid Veneer is used all is clean wholesome iMff x Liquid Veneer can be applied by anybody anywhere at any time there is no muss to clean up There are no cans no no brushes There are no sticky hands or surfaces Simply moisten a of cheese wipe off the surfaces as you would do dusting Just try Liquid Veneer and see how sweet and it will make everything 4az bottle 25e 12ox 60o W 11 BlUHNMiff 0 1 1 SOLD BY I san afterward bottle v r rn+ A Little Gcod Paint in Time Saves Vhea your buildings need every delay cow ycu money The sun rain snow and rott arc n vctk Lumber eosfc too much to let it decay or want cf a talc paint It cols lew to urc freed then to go wiih out it We we nothing good paint on CARTERStrictly Pare WHITE LEAD Pure Linseed OH Pure Turpentine end Use most expensive clora The kind of paint wo UM never cracks or jcalcs will remove It Let us figure with ready to paint We a Erstclass and durable job prices reasonable Dont put it off J H HAYES Painter and Interior Telephone No 254 See the oneroom lots of wall Japer at Roarks at special bargain rites ell these short quantity uttcrns must be closed out at once t point outwork you vh Decorators= = Baptist MISSIONARY APPOINTMENTS r JfIiU 0 Jf o REV A N WHITIN6HIIL MISSIONARY OF THE MUHLENBERG COUNTY BAPTIST ASSOCIATION WILL PREACH AT THE FOL LOWING PLACES Dunmor Thursday June 10 New Hebron Friday II Penrod Saturday 12 Hazle Creek Sunday 13 Drakesboro Sunday 13 New Prospect Tuesday 15 Central City Wednesday 16 South Carrolltn Thursday 17 New Dope Friday 18 Bethlehem Saturday 19 Cedar Grove Sunday 20 Bethel Sunday 20 at Night r i at 11 oclock a HI at Night at 11 oclock a m at Night JFD0SS BC LEWIS Chairman Secy I f Ic 0 itI t f rCI I d e EA TO i PUrTON BEST Fire Insurance that any country building can have is a Cortright Metal Shingle Roof It cannot burn It cannot leak It never needs repairs and makes the handsomest long lived roof on the market Insurance Companict recognize its advantages and arc glad to quote lower prices where it is used Drop in and see them 6 M DEXTER CO Agents PIANO best place for you to trade is at the store that buys its goods with your interests in mind The thing that is best for you to buy is the best for us to buy thats why we carry a line of Crown Pianos and Crown Combinolas Theres nothing for or for us T M MORGAN Se SON Grcoravlllo Ky Officers W A Wickliffe President C E Martin Vice Presi lent John T Reynolds Jr Cashier Ed S Wood Assistant Cashier Directors W A Wickliffe E J Puryear R T Martin J T Reynolds Jr Ed S Wood C E Martin Geo W Martin The r always find that 5TrA 1taOaI t 01 ba 4- f iTf7 thee 1Mh betters s ou r a1S- TeenvhlYe hentack y A Good Painter with Poor Paint gets Poor Results A Poor Painter with Good Paint gets Better Results But a good painter with can produce results in every way satisfactory GREEN SEAL PAINT will go further wear longer look better and actually save the consumer 15 to 25 on a job of painting FOR SALE BY G il DEXTER CO Greenville Ky anna s GI8Hn Scal Paint I j f4 i 1 r t I S i J o t SAVES F COST OFrINSURANCE A v v p 1l4KN6 p DEl Makes delicious riot biscuit griddle rolls and muffins The only Baking Powder Made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar IYAL cakes I R R LOCAL TIME CARDC ljV- t = NORTH doomKO 122 Etprrt llSJnm Ill Cincinnati 101 Lmilxvllli JOSnm 130 Central City uccum 715 ym SOUTH BOUND NO 115 Iailncali and ntro IIVCOQI 515 am- Kl Kuium Acuummotliittdii r4Upm101 New Orlojvnn SpoolaJ prx Nor 22 IWW f W O Ctuwrouu Age Toe RECORD Soc per year Good morning Have you cut your weeds This is the concrete age so far as Greenville is concerned All work finished in a week by Fnels the photographer There is a fine prospect that wsi shall have another hank here soon Daylight hours are rapidly ing to the last stretch in the matter of length If you want job printing the can be lad at this office It nijyf take a week or so to get over that uneasy feeling but rnerV isjicre Jtidgc Pace is making im portant improvements to his home on Cherry street For hauling of all kinds Dennis Telephone No 189 Democrats placed a ticket in the a mass convention here Monday afternoon Typewriter paper supplies etc of all kinds at this office People who have been waiting some real warm weather have been getting it in plenty will not bother a wound where Dr Coxs Barbed Wire For sale by Jarvis Williams We are now having a special term of circuit court and some extra people are being drawn to town Mrs Kate Withers of Earlington hasbeen a guest of Mrs Jennie E Roark this week and a visitor at the missionary conference Dr A Lewis has been serious for several days but was reported as considerably easier yesterday with hopes of improved conditions Mr R E who has been confined to his home for two weeks by fever is able to be out again is on the road to recovery JIrs Con Doran died at her home near Weir at 4 oclock yesterday mornini after suffering for many mouths from a complication of dis cases Interment will be in the family graveyard on the farm this afternoon Rev Mr Ehrlic a converted Jew will preach at the Cumberland Pres byterian church Sunday morning and lecture Sunday night on his conversion to Christian religion Mr Ehrlis comes highly iccom mended coming as a member of the Baptist Tabernacle Institutional church Atlanta Ga You can use Roarks furnnnfe polish without cost if it is not satis factory In every way as it is sold under positive guarantee and questions asked 4 ronl oca t best t call f Rufus fieldat I lies J I 4 J to I j nO P p p 4 n isle pat grow 1 sum- S f u n an cn ley k- iIGCS ad b F G m op rJ o bsSt sonic ribbons Liniment is used SI Wallace end M T V Attend the musical recital at col hall tomorrow evening ice plant is feeling the hot wave and business is doubling If its wallpaper you want Roark can sell you at saving prices Mr T N Belcher hopes in a few weeks to occupy his new home on North Main The fourth of July comes this year on Sunday This will give the small boy three days celebration On account of the lack of quorum Monday night the regular meeting of council will be held to night Have Frank Harris repair your sewing machine Greenville has had the honor of entertaining a fine crowd of intelli gent enthusiastic Christian women this week Try Friels the photographer for good pictures and quick service Mr and Mrs C W Roark are in Louisville this week where Mr Roark is attending the Shriners convention Greenville is now one of the best and cleanest cities anywhere and kislackmg to make it ihevfry furs sad hides to sell as he pays highest cash prices Now is the time for all good owners to come to the aid of the street cleaners by having weeds cut on all private properties The home of Mr W G Craw ford is rapidly being shaped for oc cupancy and will make an import ant addition to the pretty homes of Main street Mr G H Adamson is offering the best B P R eggs for setting Telephone him for particulars Mr Felix Martin who has spent the year at the state university re turned from Lexington the first of the week and will be at home dur ing vacation See the automatic chairs at Ro arks furniture store There has been anything like them here Mr Bell Smoot an old Green vine boy was here a few days the week mingling with old friends and attending to some busi ness matters There is a noticable pride in pub lic and private cleanliness since we had our cleanup day and the work is being continued by almost every householder Jarvis Williams sell Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment Guaran teed to heal without a blemish or money refunded Mrs H C Craig was seriously hurt and her buggy was demolished Saturday by the runaway of her horse as she was returning to her home at McNary If you want your buggy painted in good shape sec G H Adamson He has a good shop uses the best materials and knows how to do the work Mr and Mrs R F Jarvis and Miss Jarvis are in Memphis to the Confederate reunion and will visit relatives in Mississippi for a few days before they return Frank Harris is again here and ready to do sewing machine repair work Telephone No 72 he will call lIege e I Lii the city what best is rapidly fi dPne iWhiaveCoombs i7L property never during your and MXAl 1 l ti tw A New Bank is Planned Here Mr H L Scum an old Muhlen berger who has been actively in various enterprises in this state and Tennessee for many years is spending some days here and is sounding the proposition of estab lishing another bank here Mr Stum has established several banks and now has returned to his old county to aid in the gen eral development which he had no ticed with great interest for many years His preliminary investiga tions have been very encouraging the field proving inviting and from the number of substantial men in town and here abouts who have manifested interest in the interprise the outlook is good for the concern and that with the best officials stockholders and depositors The two institutions of the kind we have are recognized as at the very top and nothing less than the best is contemplated in the proposed finan cial institution In case the bank is organized it is the intention of Mr Stum to moye here with his family and reside as he expects to be identified with the institution In an important capacity and reside here McCrackcn Buys New Block Machine Mr R C McCracken has pur chased the latest improved concrete block and fancy ornamental figure machine and will at once begin the making of granite and concrete blocks art pieces decorative de signs etc Mr E A McCracken has associated himself with the and will have charge of this particular branch the pavement bridge and other outside work being under the care of Mr R C Mc Cracken With the new machines our people will be given opportunity to use some of the most artistic con crete work that is before the public as all appliances are of the very lat est right up to the last tick and will be handled by experienced men Coombs buys all kinds of furs and hides paying the highest market prices in cash Democrats Name County Ticket Muhlenberf county field for county offices a representative gathering of the party and considerable enthusiasm and the men placed before the peo ple are all clean capable men and a hustling race among the voters The ticket follows County judge J J Rice Sheriff T L Roll County clerk H L KIrkpatrick County attorpey T O Jones Representative O Smith Assessor George Whitmcr Surveyor D A Woodburn Coroner C R Lewis No candidates were named for the offices of Circuit clerk Jailer or Superintendent of schools and the candidates on the Republican ticket for these offices are assured of elec tion On the remainder of the there will be a stiff fight made and Democrats appear to be very confident of success in the election of at least a portion of their nomi nees Velvet slipper work will be gin at once on both sides but active campaign work will not be started until a few weeks before the Novem ber election Orders placed with Fnels pho tographer will be delivered in a week With warm dry weather farmers arc busier than ever and a good season insures the greatest crops ever gathered in this county as greater efforts arc being put forth than ever known heretofore Mr R T Martin is able to be up and about after a confinement of about six weeks from an attack of rheumatism which for several weeks had him confined to his from which he suffered greatly Rufus Dennis solicits hauling of all kinds and gives prompt and nt reasonable rates Mr J Rogers is busy doing the excavation gathering materials and engaging workmen preparatory to the construction of his new home on Maincross street and the struc ture will be an ornament to that sec tion County school superintendent Shaver is planning for the second whirlwind which begins here on the 28th Em anent speakers will cover the whole state and much will be aroused it is thought successful permanently busI- ness j nl1 lltV thee Therewas willmake V ticket bedand carefulservice I educationalcampaign ti jt engaged a Dcmoc rats mass Convent t Min afternoon pln W F M S Womans Foreign Missionary Society Methodist Episcopal Church South in Here this Week The thirtieth annual meeting of the Womans Foreign Missionary Society of the Louisville Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church South has been in session here this week gathering at least a hundred delegates and visitors from the boundaries of the conference every home in town has been graced by these charming delegates and the social pleasures have been second only to the splendid prc grams Every session from the opening one last Saturday night to that which closed the meeting lat night has been well attended anft the church has never at night been able to hold all who desired to at tend the aisles being filled with chairs standing room all taken and then many turned away The earn estness and enthusiasm of trie dele gates has been a matter of general comment and no finer bjidy of women has visited our city The number of young ladies who arc in attendance is a greater proportion by far than when the society met here ten years ago and the part they take on the program is liberal and splendidly handled The to the collections of Various sorts is reported to be morcVgencr ally and generously responded to than ever before and shotfs that women have money and a ire in its use for a good cause The yearly reports indicate a in terest along all lines with nds growing workers more m rous and membership incrcasic while there are extremely feiy socic have been disbanded OFF10KH8t Mrs Geo K Foslrclt Prusid Mrs Hultic Whinhead 8iKV Miss Tula C Daniel Corr Se Miss Olivia Orr i Work Miss Elizabeth L Olrastcaw- cnilo Work vr- J Mrs E 0 Pcnncr reto pr Mrs S I Shelley EHzaijtjit y Mrs Ida C Chappell Mv Mrs E IS Dye Louisville Mrs S Y Wilson llonderj DKrKOVTK8 J Wade Adahvilla Mrs John It Winlouk Mrs S A Murray Franklin Mrs C Edwards Horse Cave S rtr Miss Annie Hrownlcu Markham Miss Laura V Campbell RayssIJrauch Miss Edna Briggs Woodbrirg jfjtv Mss Lucy Newman Franklir Miss Georgia Scruggs Oaklan Miss Emma Steiinnun Hodr hapcl Miss Eliza Hills Lasloy BHt nutbxvn Miss Fannie Smock HodgonviiW Miss Dora V Stone Leitchfiold Mrs A L Nell Sonora Mrs 1 1 Drane Webster Mrs J V Hughes Kingswoodi Miss Myra Dyer Sonora fMiss Mary A Hughes Kingsx pjSaf Mrs 11 Wilson IJccch Grove Miss Pearl llruce Harris CoryclQn Mrs Nannie T McCIanahnu Ucu crson Mrs A It Jones Madisnnvillo Mrs Fannie P Walker Marion f Mrs Thos U Young Jr Mornanflcld Miss Mattie Ituekner Scbree frs W C Brooks Slaughtersvill Miss Nolle Sutherland Marion Miss Lockie drown Sebrue J Miss Uuth Prather Slaughtursyillu Miss Durkce Ashley Beech U Miss Ruth E Brandon Miss Joyce A Adams Muriou Miss Annie Alexander Sobre J Mrs John Monroe Bethlehem Miss Lizzie Durba Cadiz e Mrs Huttic Kusscll Elkton i Miss Mae Lander Hebron Mrs Fred T Hivrncd Ilopkinsvlllu Mrs C E Dudley Pembroke V Willie darned HopkinsvillU Miss Eloisc llcdtl IlopkinsyiU Miss Mallie Anderson Mt Katic Shiveley Mrs J C Jnrela Mrs J 11 Fuell Louisville 3 Mrs J W Weatherton Lander f Mrs Kate Ialin Louisville Miss Mary Urinley Middultuwn Mrs Frank V Smith Mrs Lewis II Stiles Miss Carrie VhitehousQ Miss Oluisteud Miss Lottie L McDonald Louisville Miss Fannie Mai Italdridge Oltftqn Miss Margaret Talbot C E lUaekwell Central City Mrs 7 Wayne Gritlfn llartforil Mrs lirant Ilayncsville Mrs Thus Potts Mason ville Mist Almcrtu Welhnan MrsAinelia lleinbolcl Mrs Iliehard FoatQr Huyes Owcnsboro Mrs Luella Juhnson Oat Orb Mrs Mary L Horne Pleasant CTtpvC Mrs James Oliver Everley Johnson llccch Grova Miss 1rcntiss Farmer i OwensbprOV- ISITOU8 Kev U A Brandon Corydon Miss Linnio Smith Lula Miss Daisy Davioss Atlanta Miss Martha A Watts Brazil Rev Grrfnt Uawcsvillu 1r responses grow 1 society almost without tieswhich v ws cc i mtipit 1 arts m1illr 1Hf31 t I U JOWl opln Iunr Mrs Iobn s r1 1 t i 4 Miss f t Louisville Miss Oma IW w rwfr n Session Nearly very exec lion Young y les c uv t s Katie rs n Mrs Bots lint t En Oakland mac o Cordon Mrs ya Sot ti Car- rollton Series You Right The J L Roark Estate carrying complete stocks in all departments is in the best position to Serve You Right Possessing the most modern uptodate equipment and having the best tific talent we are able to produce the highest mark results and can there fore to your own satisfaction Serve You Right It will be to our mutual benefit if you will allow us to Serve You Right The volume and quality of our business are the result of each other The better the service we give the larger business we get the larger the amount business given us the better service we can give in return THE J L ROARK ESTATE Greenville Ky f 5 0 J i oft J t J i 00v 0 0 V4l09 4 41 gofer 46t f I s Accidentally Kills His Brother Hert Mohon aged 15 was acci dentally shot and almost instantly killed by his brother Ollie aged 13 last Thursday afternoon at the home of their mother Mrs Florence Mo hon about two miles south of town Both boys had guns it appears which in fun they were pointing and snapping at each other Neither gun was supposed to he loaded and the gun handled by Ollie was loaded the charge of struck his brother in the left side tearing away the arm and plowing through his side death following very quickly Both boys were popular and the shocking ac cident cast gloom over the Interment was at Pleas ant Hill Friday afternoon and was attended by a vast number of friends and relatives Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment and sizes Every iiiriNs CMtracts ft Lcfc Muhlenbcrg County Board of Edu cation Greenville Ky To Con tractors and Builders Notice is hereby given that for the erection of school houses in each of the following sub districts will be received by the un dersigned till June 21 1909 Educational division No i Sub district No 10 Educational Division No 3 Subdistrict No 10 and II Educational Diyision No 4 Subdis trict No 14 and 9 Educational di vision No 6 Subdistricts No i and 6 These houses arejo be 28x36 feet with 12 and 2 doors and a partition making a common hall or cloak room The plans and specifications may be seen at this office till June 21 at 10 a m after which time the con tracts will be awarded to the lowest and best responsible bidders A bond will be required for the performance of the contract the the right to reject any and all bids This the 7th day of June 1909 J E SIIAVEK Chm Co Bd of Ed I The Womans Book Club has had barrels placed on many street corn ers for the deposit of waste matter and the work of clean up day is be ing followed up in a manner that insures sanitary and sightly con ditions all the while Wallpaper at 5 cents per up in combinations of sidewalls border and ceiling at Roarks Mr J L Rogers was called to his old home near Beaver Dam last Sunday to attend the burial of his eldest brother Mr C J Rogers who died suddenly of heart failure Saturday evening Deceased is sui vived by a wife and two children The Lewiston Well is now open for the present season and all par ties having Keys for the last season arc requested to renew their sub scription or return the KeyA Mrs 15 J Puryear has been in serious condition from a nervous breakdown complicated with an at tack of pneumonia which al hours Sunday caused great anxie ty to family and friends She is improving nicgy and will soon be entirely recovered it is hoped r shot S too sale by Jar cJe windows boardreserving rolland r f for sev r I II 1T 1 neighborhood bottle gttranteed EorP uis S illtanPS proposals The eclipse of the moon last Thursday night was witnessed prac tically by everyone as the lunar almost completely ob scared when it rose early in the By 10 oclock a full face could be seen Sec R C McCrackcn if you want concrete work of any kind Weeds should be mowed at once befurc the seeds form stopping the anti spread There are many vacant lots covered by fennel jim son and other obnoxious weeds and the owners should give them im mediate attention McCracken concrete man is spreading and will soon be able to supply blocks art pieces and all sorts of ornamental colums and de signs in addition to his pavement and house and bridge See him if you want the best Greenville is the most alive city on the concrete proposition that can be found anywhere regardless of size One reason of this is the fact that we have two of the most pro gressive concerns in this business that ever made a bid or asked for a contract There will be a recital given by Misses Lurile Green and Geneva Morgan assstrd by Misses Flora Roll Emma and Lizzie Morton pupils of Miss Annie L Hay at the College Hid Friday evening June n at 8 nVlorl The public is in vited to attend Orion L Roark buys sells rents repairs typewriters carries supplies of all kinds and solicits trade in any branch A band of Indians made a return trip through here last week and gathered everything that was not guarded These bands should be made to move along as they beg intimidate steal enter houses and scare people anti arc general dis turbers of the peace People of Central City are finding the new trains a great convenience as they are able to spend a fell day at the county scat if necessary and be at home nights The court crowds this week are patronizing these trains almost exclusively as the schedule is just right Anything you want in reading matter no difference where publish ed can be promptly supplied by this officeA blind tiger must have been loose in Leitchflcld last Saturday night as telegraphic reports have been sent out that at 6 oclock morning two ballons were seen that city one of them so near the ground that the occu pants could be seen in the basket Wide inquiry has failed to reveal the appearance of the balloonists at any other point in this section Do YOU WANT TO CO TO It so we can help you We have already put hundreds through by means ot our plan Write today for full information regarding our offer of a free scholarship in any school or college Address Robert J Sherlock 29 31 East 22nd Street New York City sphcre was evening work wf j TIn HOt r g I passingover COLLEGE w growth srstOb Sunday college ON SERIOUS CHARGE Daughter and SoninLaw Held for the Murder of Mose Kimmel on May 17 One of the most sensational cases that has arisen in Muhlenberg in its history has developed since the killing of Mr Moses Kimmel which occurred on Miy 17 about 3 a m when he was killed by a shotgun discharge as he slept in His bed There was much speculation over the affair at the time but only his daughter Bessie aged 15 was with him in the home it requir ed much work to get a clue The coroners jury returned a ver diet declaring that Kimmel came to his death at the Hands of unknown parties The suicide theory was advanced by some but from other of KtaimePs daughters was suspected of having some connect tion with the crime as it is charged he has been sustaining a criminal intimacy with Bessie Kimmel his This it is said was known to the girls father and In some altercations between the men Close observation reveal ed suspicious actions and on in formation furnished by a small girl several letters were found in a pond near the Kimmel Friday Upon their contents and other evi dences warrants were sworn out Sunday Smith and Bessie Kimmel being arrested and brought here where they were lodged in jail An examining trial was held yesterday before Judge Pace at which time the commonwealth produced some of its evidence sufficient to hold prisonersMr Kimmel was a promin ent farmer living near EnnIs and was a member of the prominent family of the name This is the first trouble into which Smith has fallen and the daughter is to be pitied as her actions are attributed to a wild infatuation for Smith There has probably been no case like this in the county and there is touch interest manifested Both defendants declare their innocence but they are in the toils of a mass circumstantial oral and written evidence appearing on examination to be overwhelming Orien L Roark returned from Covington and Cinch he spent several days with the funeral directors and cm balmers of Kentucky and Ohio inA their annual association meetings which this year were held jointly was a heavy attendance a fine program and a pleasant prof itable session Mr T K Sumnet released a crate of fourteen carrier pigeons at his home early Sunday morning the birds being sent here from Colum bus 0 and tested for speed Mr Sumner has not heard from the par ties and so does not know what time or how many of the reached home There were some fine specimens and as weather con ditions were favorable it is hoped records were made The pigeons at once took a northeasterly course and struck an air line for home T T as 0 viW S t tatClay SnNthlYhO Hf J I I resulted homelast I i natiwhere here J birds i V- j county rise natuccof the xouQd this decid ed to be b fro ossib litP P r had tnarntd aNt r sister in law Saturday ROARR FUrniture WoJlp per Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Rofees Ypper Slippers Vaults f A i It L 1 I It H 1 0 t t roe OARK i1 I t Li rr rl a s n ec ion Method o Construction Valuable For Dirt and Macadam PRACTICALLY SELF HEALING oiled Highways Aro Not Only Custless MucIUss tad Noiselcrj but They Im Wi h Mnkcs Rcsdi Firm but Not Hard In i lnliu ut H T Sncll who hUM iiuile a study of ilty nntl country juiids III iwnty stales i the last year more good roads will be hunt In Kail KIS turing tlu next twelve inuiillin than In usher state In the Union Mr SiHll liivosUpilid road conditions fur the Sir third company Tho big trust l NciUiiK a market for mrplui of oil left after the more val uable product have been taken from It The mirplUH ll now Hull chiefly furl Tho rompnny rxprcts to build a inlr of PHM road near tho State Agrl cultural collect at Manhattan Kan Mr knell said Vi uxpeot to Hunt by tire Ixprrimrnl thit nit ullnl uhillirr built with or rrushotl riHk ta nut only thu most durable but la the end Ij thu most economical In everv state there Is annually spent mlllh us of diillars In bulldltij new road In few raxes Is any con tildrniblu Him silent on the roads to jireserve them Oiled roads are not only ilustliKH imidlcR nnd noiseless they art practically self that Is they Improve with use The Iirt old nil mails give horses Food footing while the tires of the vehicles htm out them hoof marks 12tprrlnuMtH made on Kansas City bouliiuinl and on roads In Jackson county which were coated with oi have been watched by mm and ov pi nlrit inns Interesteil III V Uhf use of oil on iMUleyAftiVi fttiit maita fa Jarknon c uny uiuniu tho ear lier oiM riiuqi u MM ute Adopted for pvovcnt dust It was U also Is n preservnllve Vci url to the board of park lonunls Kloners ou the use of oils t n Kansas City boulevards W ft supcrlu tendent of parks said the results were remarkable Thr illy paid nn average of 7 V cents u burnt of or I OIL I 3 rove lcOil the Its lit fur road but healing 1 I 1 i i t I I u I J f Dunn fl n I I RO1DiAKINCiTHl any ill a earth d moths t Milt IaLit fortS tuo 1f fins ott the ott acti ctjual to lOKfcSGO f HrA iWJHs oiled The cost of JlOlBl IfWC squaw yard wax slightly IUOPQ bumf 1 cent represent Ins the oil klUor and supplies The oil subdual oust Had the same area been sprit kled with water to prevent dust the cost would have beeu 24 cents per Kijiiare yard Mr Dunu estimated that the cost of sprlnkllae the area oiled last summer vo M have boon 1 07J2 The expense of oiling lids iina was 1M57I44 The direct Having In uslu oil was 35538S PVT M The ndirtvt bpelf frlfow ci In a lp cost of mnliitalnlnp the byuJivaiyJu and the uniform excellency of theli condition Gaud roads iiuMr Jly nm a rural problem Ji t yroRrcescan be the tln roughfares used for ijuslpe and pleasure are paved maintained lit condition Country towns art vuRcvnird as touch with pnd HS are the fannora who use thvuk Ii country towns bust VVSK pwcllcally is at n standstill in tai y stetsons Red rods keep th afuw rs ut home if the ftirmcr had iboTovKhfaro to tho village he could flo lilts triidhi on Onyx when he could Io y txskH the fields It I JjuorV dvslPlW that the farmer should blt Ufei In the rainy ce sea than at nay other time as the commodities he has to sell command the highest prices when rain keeps him at homo The regents of the Kansas State Ag ricultural college were among the QR of the governors of agricultural wlh Ij tbo TJuIlcd States to rppjlze tine v al pnccni which good dot only was th nre the of poor roads followfar rain but there way the every dc r feature of ruts pools and poor roadbed gen erally The college hoard of regents named Albert Dickens to take charge of ex perimental road work In Kansas Mr Dickens Delected o i fourth of a tulle uf road west of the reformatory a Untclilnion to use in the first cxporl JIo reported upon the test ns follows Tlie si H was a fair sample of ttte tandy loam or tho Arkansas valley At the date 3f Its pclcatlon no rata fallen for ten lays Th Nat several Inches deep Loads consisting of fitly bushels of uraln V f jij tOU Am OltJ TIZ OIL Qrr J mach J 2 yJ clIH II mill II l CfJ roach rrfl fIf 1 1 1 t hall lId t 0 II I r r r 4 f J JI I DinT OILZ1 ATtrrFTSEb- Mcrntut Q Atvutrrtxo s pus 31- yearned tIp v too goad road a- lit N 1N far- r nearest town a P are I meat r y a r tV titrY NW to putt the rarrtng f M r than n vrdik- i Aftrr tliu fKillni fts lctiii anti the hmilbc1 uila v ll r tm U acts tvor rpljuli d the iulr i ul bneourti Ihlle In l nKin ililrly Ml v wr to n ileplh nlHiiii f rr br half lntliis niitl ttiurutiKlily t iV itct l V Hh a harrow toil dink A il k snit HnilKlH ass HIII Iwfw thin yl r rln kung teak to upon nm U ftuiows n harruW fuliovcd Uc otl xpruiklini tan te IhuroiiKlily mix I ho soil ncul ol The oiling was done the first Uys of October The nil War not houtinl Tw tank of rould cover KTOO njuaro yards once The harrow lusted itpiKcntlon Ion one Kalini to crjcli s yard haul Itoon iillod the tOll reeinwt nonry tiiitiirntctl to the depth the plowlnjc four oneltaU lathes harrowing the last then a heavy float was use l to smooth sur fnco In a veek the road wart firm to allor rollnj A twclvo wns used solas ovrr tho cvwral times until It t eonu d to tiwronphly linn n ci k the road vas uswl t y nil UludH of truffle It was linn hut not marks plainly outlined lint dM not tear up the soil von driven a quick trot One reason for building tho road In tho fall was to note the of frowUns wcntltRr The rond war not portntiiily K fetjd It icomoil thrt the eoutlua of oiled soil ken 4 cJontlv dry prevent r rtou UWXVUR by frost Mr DliUens ended n port by saying that the road IH In good thou Under hit direction rontts nl were built near the AgrkMtltural iol lego In hunch littiin Maple Hill l i tho Mill reek valley In Hull Mantra a at tJarden City In as svd n stretch of road as cats be found ouy where helm of stunt which alworb O the oil In places to n depth of p jt n lucluw unit the nice tirclrtt ja hattau Avlilth was said la livoxo much tnjrt t flei known trainee of nw c H MI chael It a r inS8 traJult track The coat tf the Xmita from portj V The v vmgft rust of a road V HiWH TCP wU1Ct tarn froLM rull delivering the oil Is i lnr Hl y Mr Dickens at Hn1u 011 use l fur roaihuaklng par Pes embi llos n quantUr f a i hnlt The allforula JI Is lust for the pur pose Texas o3 ranks next with thlnl TUO extern oils have a basu Inr r pariIhi They must lj treatiHl lint asphalt added to majjp thom ve ful In rocdaiaklng- VlLh proper const met Ion anti the 500 oil a Under for dirt and time indam roads the farmers virtually may have arphalt rtads past their homes declare atlvocrttrs of tidy method of SWEDEN Evjry Lcndawncr Musi Keep His 3ec lion cf Highwaya G Improved- G 7erg1rst of Climax Springs Mo who Is especially Interested In the Kansas City Stars light for good rontts says Perhaps It would be of tnterCgt to know ho w the roaits in SwwVm are maintained There are three clasncsof roads t here high trny and private roads The htghYimxs nm between cornty seats and tJie rnulcs are limited to 2 rent The village reads couttrt lie In rxcrsR f n per grade The of bulWIns J1 divided among the land owners arcodlng to acreage whether It Is land or I owned by Mimes except where one own er has an extremely road to build along his land In that care h gets due allowance in distance for cost of construction Xo village rural can he opened until it is built to the proper grade As to malntciiaiwaevery landown er must keep his section of till rand properly Improved It he dues not r government Insprctoi orders the Im provement at pnbllc expense nod If the landowner fails to pay the the government takes a ffjlliclent amount of his personal property and soils it to satisfy the Judgment Kvcry aian must maintain Ids own ronda So that country under govern meat suponIsim provision of the g rcn ment law In Sweden also is that the driver not allowed to ride up th hills on a loaded wagon if It J neces vary to nse u whip en lito Road Improvement In Cuba One of tint bcucllclal results of the American occupation o uba has been the establishment nn adequate sys tern of roads nml the beginning construction These roads ju built rltnarlly for the marketing if irops but they an nstnl extenslvrt by an tomoblles ivt H They an onadi inl formly feet wide wltnj lx teen fret f macadam In center The surface finishing Is plarrtl ou vn foundation of ten Inches if Ixrokra rock they have no grades gyeatf than tt per vent Urldges are of stet culverts of onercte DIlcJips are tbiv towjiplaccs nod the roadway l geceraMy ile tcd above the level contigJouH Jand Thciinain road E voniph to from Havana ito San Crfc tobal1 and from rinar del IUD to Hs gerauza besides numerous short branches Bills For Dotter Roads In t the fjwa legislature bills liayobeen introtliiccd in the Interests of better nxids OliO provides itor the doubBnc of the county road tnxjlevy for tho devflopoient of the tin portano roads w ilcb nidlate from lIlt prlncIiTil market town In oacSi TIe other bill n tax of von all actoinnhllra under thirty liora power red l on thirty and over reo eeds to go Irto the state soptl rotrOs fund Good RoaJs Grcst Veltie A good road is a cunvoitfeneo and a necessity It l lpj the buyer ira l seller of farm produce f Innfo 14se1 rr a trung dumfl t A lunm Wlltr q- fJo1 lit granges bout tel f tel Ito iumrlpl I 1 for ro ha A shod left the lit the IInllorl1 null 11 the comp tit 11 mil j lerit i21 O nil II Ulclcns mill II ns rOI1L I tar i GOoD tibArr lIT I TUb pet I CIt lOst Otc I hem tit tilt or- t twc com Inc the both It is In inn I ale to tarnltr i fz rr drl ieacc lllnfly huxuuy gaud tarrajar i hunu r and ale l suit tot each MI a After tort After hard rherp harre cell when effect r e leelam rornyl l i t tat ict Mr re tli r Kansas t1 Constt tlonrTianxus ty maths tk t orernmert private the cost o titlrtn four tint dub t must y- t horn gtowe rmulniorehanl tllke 14- t r r Peer to th Slctk tiff down troll It broil Is high SI- tvTOrci your farm thil y Xf tho soil bettor till It Cows left out In the story are bound to the milk lath i wind It 18 to the h crest 0 man to prmlu e tot uUkbut rich mll T o profit in dairying in deoamleat c kind of rows a nmn hums and tlio taro and fc u he gives than It o point never to drive to town with lumeililiiK in of produce to sell such lu biatLer os8poultry etc WTicn no rivet is banr a rvod sub stitiue can be found by cutting a nun In too and twins the tsrt wall tho hood on as a rivet F ieo roft are a ounWrrebln Item of cxpar se niah It necrnsHry to t e lnt as as rKaibl TceHrjc off bar helps some Snl li rcqnirod by the azilmala ac by man Evan the chelenu r qulr r jndlcianr auicunt Fed in quantities cf ceurae would fatal You cm put tin eves which are In rundown condition iu line sfcaro by a gialn r tlcu of wheat bran ground oats rtml yeas about pound to each sheep The grain binder or thrasher al towed to weather the storms of winter under a covering of wheat or oat straw vrlll not bo fount to be In very good condition for next seasons work Have the wood box large enough to hold several lays supply of wood Never lot It got empty You can bring in yootl at odd times Wire or daughters never ta have to go t amount cf money that laths its tray into the owners locket at the end of time year tells the whole story whether his cows nro doing business not You nil Ijiiyo one rwiltry and hard 16 get It out Go stow Dulld up your bas ness slowly null surely and you will lot be among tho number which de lares that the poultry business does pay Glfford Pinchot time government for ster who has just returned from a 10000mile jaunt over the govern and private forest preserves of the country dcclarca that In 20 years the timber supply will b exhaustod if the present rnto of cutting goes on Scripture salth that tho very hairs cf cur heads ate numbered Thus fact has perhaps inspired some Ituliu trious person to count the Gathers on a lien for he Is oat with the iufonna ion that the hen 8120 frathois concealed in various places ibout her anatomy The largo calendars with tho b sracos where life numbers are ssn o admirable record cheats for the juxiiltry Put in the sTiiares contain I SOB the dates the number of ogr laid im that tiny and so on through the then as the leaves of the cal nCar are torn off file them away for lidnre reference f Juiwph Wing says that tho Amen faa farmer tco often does sot know how lo plow Take tilt nverase j lowmau says he in tho average ifplil ami examine his work and you rill foaJ that he hat cut a series of reeves Leaving a series of ridges cov Fred with loose soil between them This he thinks may pats for plowing iut It Is not good plowing Some nilfls laid down by a ful sheep breeder arc as follows Do not breed to a dryfleeood ram The sire is the proper improver but In order to bo such he must be a sodd individual and descents from the lineage Study sire dam and blood lines Fellow tho show ring but send wollfltted sheep Have a tl ht Uoil and breed to produce it Honesty Is of as much importance in sheep breeding as It Is anywhere olio A government bulletin declares that a majority of tho paints nnd washes advertised to protect from at tacks of mice and rabbits are either without morit or aro positively Injuri ous and Hnbo to kill young trees Some of tho waahss require renewal after every hard rain In experiments with a wash of whaleoil soap trade carbolic acid anti water fur appli trees it Vas Jonnd that about 48 hours the carbolic acid had So far evaporated that mice renewed their work upon the bark Ulood and grease said to give immunity from the rab bit attacks would Invite the attack of field mice The lyillotln continue Honoris recently received by tbu bio ir lcnl servos seem to indicate that the ordinary recommended for tho winter spraying of trees to destroy tho San Jose scale IB an eiTectlve preventive of the at tjvolt3 of both mica anti Oh sarvatlona during the winter of 130807 IndIcate that this claim la veil bounded lot I tOll show In the clean I1ttl1 bap btt the chilI elll1 lutron eke Hit the wire 1 the prove ng ugh out I Qr nitwq f 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