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BMffiCTBfflMiiigS I Record Adverti irvg i Costs It for itself The investment is sure of returns Get rates 3oocxrH3q gj ajg5g j Nothing pays our jc ItIIxlt OOIl1 Much can been done of course by screens to keep the flies out of the house and by flypaper and formalin solutions to kill them after they have got but here as else where prevention is far better than cure Flies breed always in filth in this part of the world largely in horsemanure but also in garbage and the excrement of man and other animals They may breed In less filthy material when the place of their choice is inaccessible but then comparatively few of the eggs r hatch out and still fewer of the mag vjgots devclpp into flies The beprevf measure is to Kec UfraiMGfr scatpuioubly clean jul i nnqre in a tightly closed Sfpifcy When this is not the should be removed every v week since it takes the flies ten days f to develop When this is done the material removed should be with chlorid of lime or a solution of Paris green or should be spaded into the ground else the flies will hatch out just the same in the new locality All garbagecans should be tightly covered und vaults and cesspools treated regularly with copperas or chlorid of lime With these pre cautions observed by every one any neighborhood can be practically freed from the plague of flies Jarvis Williams sell Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment Guaran teed to heal without a blemish or your money refunded 1 in l t T j t treated t t I I other- i r possible 7 manure a An ingenious burglar alarm de vised by a Dresden epgingcr is de scribed In a Consular Report The apparatus consists of a curtain which is drawn across the window or door or around the safe that is to be protected In the curtain are a large number of line wires with small metal knobs wl ich connect the wire conductors at intervals An electric current the wires and in case the curtain is dis turbed in the slightest degree the metal knobs are thrown oil t of con tact with each other thus actuating thcburglar alarm The curtain may also be used asa tire a13rmmvid cri tically tle same way recent J to I I t I 4 I passcs through 4 4 P q Ja r1tl w Tf3jJ The Adulteration of Drugs The adulteration of crude drugs is a grave matter rendering as it docs the physicians prescription ineffcctive with serious perhaps fatal results in a crisis For ex ample digitalis is adulterated with it stramonium the addition of any amount of which would endanger the life of the patient when the rem cdy is depended on for prompt ac tion in the case of the heart failure the strophanthus seed which is also used in such cases has been widely replaced by another variety of same seed which has no effect what ever but costs only about onefifth as much is often adultcr 1 ated with pokcroot which has an antagonists effect and ground olive pits have been used to the extent of hundreds of tons in such important remedies as ipecac and aconite A very convenient electrical stove has recently been devised which is to be placed on the table where breakfast dishes may be prepared and served hot The stove is pro vidcd with a steel top over which a wire gird may be placed so as to convert it into a toaster When the grid is removed the steel top may be used for cooking muffins cakes and the like or the top may be in verted forming a flat dish with a narrow marginal rim which serves to retain fluids on the plate 5 handle of the stove is arranged to serve as a pancake turner H K them They tfj t flt e TilE RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED Motion Route Announces New Schedule of Fares One Way and Round Trip The Motion Route announces that 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 are offered exceptionally good by the Monon which on night trains from Louisville operates and Drawingroom Pull as well as the usual straight sleeper The day trains have and Dining cars and the very finest modern new coaches cheerfully answered by 12 D P A Louisville Get a of pneumatic rubber tops for your typewriter keys aid to operation of any machine Roark has them and you arc asked to call for a look NOTICE TO POULTRY RAISERS Now is the time of year to feed your fowls a good tonic 4 1144 cures cholera gapes roup canker ami limberncck When fed as a preventive it not only keeps them healthy but makes them lay Trice No cure no pay gurantccd by druggists Jarvis Williams it under the guarantee Ask for booklet on diseases ot poultry 3m VuEE 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 rr rr TjJtow Eceswax Ginseng u v r r n nyi 15 Va i3c adci liar als or commuuoa Reference nv Bank in Louisville tags Wft l bags free M SABEL SONS crTAiutHEo IN lean 228 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY l service Compartment In- qUiries Bacon et Greatest our fry t 4 BUY tiJ YOUR HIIIESMQFURs i t1erT mcrdll ntJ Vrite weekly list and ping ans Parr y I you for DR J W BALQW D E N T I Crown uuil Urlilge Work UuiSInl reasonable DR T J SLfcTON- Fhynlclnn and Surgeon Onice Multicross street uearMalnatrcet 15 CAM HOWARD WAD GRAY 6RAY LAWYERSOffice In Green Balldint opposite taSIesde Hotel DR LOUELLA HELTSLEY OSTEOPATH Office at Home East Mahvcross Street Telephone No 78 Z O KING Notary Publicjand Li censed Auctioneer CENTRAL CIW KY Sales Made Anywise in County Terms Reasonable Box 93 Phone 8 prlcellOtUce 8 lrlJln theJone I I1tlln- gai envl1le L II n- I 1 i t3 up ity hOWARD I tri X tknvijinr f f trtryboiljr Uatolt Simple pnc t M Ihl rvvr SI DO a year tysnmvton I lib i Iic St lioston Mass I dtldtlM J 1Irull of rk1arrs ou Co- G C1Th14nl MtCitflC w rpcqINt cDeafl1ioto- r j J 4m- pL ty fni If tJne I r I I tt 1IITill II 0 5trorco ffO it DICD 1 11hntngrn1iy ee ct3- M C A adt I IJdILIi 4 1nU1cIui IteAm thi AncrIc3nPhotgr5yJcvtt i S P frt 6J t 1 Ttun s Urll CuJh RhuaUam tup Ole Al1UtUII 1 111 InlIc IAn IlInul Ouuh D alenT- I1I1 tti8 mU COC N Y I Cures COLdS In arj o- fIhi AcY hotir DrFeIill2rsOoLIithoney Vlttnv thcrIeeItne ltIsI1IItr1n- i Club Iwttt LtUtItb ItriTent- I wOc by kredoil Muhlenberg County j is rich in coal iron timber clay etc and the most inyiting field in Ken tucky for investment ofcapital and piuckS- aSS2SaMS3SgS23S r r potters S 1 LI VOL XI NO 20 GREENVILLE KYf TIIUlBDAY JUNE 21 1909 SOc PER YEAR IN ADVANCE I T Prctetion Against Flies When a few summers ago some publicspirited citizens and health officials undertook to rid their neigh borhoods of mosquitoes they brought upon their heads not a little ridicule as well as some wellargued objection as to the impossibility of exterminating this pest Hut they went ahead drained the marshes and oiled the stagnant pools and now their neighbors enjoying al most entire freedom from the scourge of former years are ready to join in the good work This experience should encourage those who are urging a campaign of extermination against that much more dangerous foe to mankind the common housefly or typhoid fly as the government entomologist sug gests that it be called This is not the amoosm little critter that it seems to be as we lazily watch it on a warm summer day playing tag with its fellows or tickling the nose or bald spot of our drowsy It is almost active carrier of disease not of typhoid fever only but of summer diarrhoea of infants tuberculosis and many other infec tious diseases There is probably no other living creature that is for as many deaths as this onccthought innocent nuisance t companion 1 J onehalf 4 r if t I I responsible The United States Weather Bu real is making a study tion at the Saltun Sea and an exten sive plant has been constructed with which a thorough research will be made of the question of evapora tion of water in the open air over large lakes and reservoirs The sea which is 50 miles long by 18 wide was formed it wilt be rememberer by a break in the River and climatic conditions are such will render the data which will be secured particularly applicable to the reservoirs now being constructed by the United States Sjewpfv lou obscrvaroa towers been built eachcontaining several platforms at different eleva tions Qn these platforms arc jron pans fillet with vatcrvobservatipns pf which are taken four hours I ofevapora 1 11 I l i ds- t g haveI I 0 Color C Keel amiflation 4 every 1 Bear in mind that Roark has splendid sclcctkns of wallpaper and sample books of the finest papers made which can be short notice after selection Near the little Italian city of Adria excavations arc being made on the site of the ancient Adria aprosper ous Etruscan seaport which gave its name to the Adriatic a In the beneath ihc aHuvium or thePp ar the Adige the sea receded from its site which is now 18 miles from the coast The project of the buried city has been for many years but until fe- ccntly its accomplishment was pre vented by financial difficulties The work is in charge of a commission which includes the most celebrated archeologists of Italy and it is ex pected to result in the discovery of archaeological treasures of the great est importance in tock deliver procured- on 2t hi Gi io ana exhuming rotre rf tv b4I discussed Of all the preservatives for milk hydrogen dioxide has been regarded as the simplest and safest because of its ultimate decomposition into innocuous products In the Mon iteur Scientifique E Feder the use of this substance as dangerous and gives a method by which its presence in milk can be detected This method devised by Fritzmann consists in adding to the suspected milk a small quantity of a mixture of formaldehyde and strong sulphuric acid The presence of hydrogen dioxide is revealed by a bluish violet coloration The same coloration is produced when for maldehyde and hydrochloric acid ate added to the milk at the temper ature of ebullition condemns Mr Marconi denies the statmcrt has recently been made that wireless telegraph waves are injuri ousto operators and that they pro dace various diseases such as con jutcttvuis corneal ulcers To use his own words During the twelve years or so of our opera tions we have had to deal with no Single case compensation for any injury of this origin nor so far as I can ascertain has any such injury been suffered Speaking for myself may remark that my own health has been better than during the often extended periods when I have been exposed for many hours daily to the conditions now challenged and in the constant neighboihood of electrical discharges at our stations which I believe are the most powerful in the world L I Vot Piles use Dr Coxs Barbed Wirc Linitnent 250 size If it does not jive relief or cure ou your money will be refunded For sale by Williams J 1 THE RECORD 500 per tar l ukoma Ie never I Jrvis which transatlantic I Fortunately there are many who read books But there are people who care for their books- as they should Volumes should be laid around exposed to dirt injury Gel a sectional from Roark One or a score sections to fit your needs Call the store and see the beauty and advantages of this style of case persons few not and bookcase of at Typewriter ribbons piper carl oi supplies and repairs ot all kinds n this office Very Serious It is a very serious matter to as for one medicine and have the wrong ono given you For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine n- r Liver Medicine- The rcnutation cf tils old rclla ble medidn1 fr constipation in and livcr trouble ly established It docs not Imitate other medicines It is better tl n others cr it would not be the fc vorito liver powder with a larger cala than nil SOLD IN TOWN K BLACK I t RAt dicstIon firn SEEDSWe Ship best quality Field and Garden Seeds direct to farmers at lowest whi l snlt prirrsj We sell Clovers Gpsscs Seed Oats Sec1 Corn CnnejSeed Mi let Cow Pess Sfja reffljs Peanuts Seed Potatoes CahlutgaPlants and Ttunato Sets Ga S eallEeas all Vt us Tor State NASHVILLE SEED CO 215 Second Avenue North NASHVILLE TENN Roark the most practical Davenport ou the market and has sold a half dozen to pleased custom since Christmas The Daven port is supplanting the folding bed is everyone wants an artide that can be used every hour of the day Sec the samples on Roarks flour Wind see for yourself the advantage over any other line that is on the market The prices arc reasonable too Potato ion II iTI lcrsh t JJ what i ha rs i LtpI I lrice you ant AT FACTORY PRICES GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS NO 270 TWOINONE We nhip nl1 vehicles Direct from cur Factory C 0 D to to lon3oil trial Itisof importance to the Hnrnotw Co to have one who deals with us a pit used Satisfied No c fToit to inaceach shipmentsuch excellcrt value in quajity of material nrd cf- vehicle thnfit will be a LosfrJ AiUcrtrwmcnt you by honestly l n less the MMdlcraantt Profit will recommend our to tr tJeRibor Orr Gunrnntco is van freed toourc itoireta as it would be to n dealer If not es rr resented money Is rcturnctl to you You Vo maniifncturo honest VoliicScti and llnrnrwt Mvoour custonirrs money union y Vrite for our Free Buggy nnd liarnueui Cctsc c GLOBE BUGGY St HARNESS COMPANY QVENSPORO KENTUCKY fub l exau nl1liun lk tee Globe il n n11 I 1 Iii anti bring tIumy order6 In rtlllrn1f we 1111 made bu rY fot u fOOts ar our eke no rik rill u u y 1h enc good KINGOF THROAT AND LUNG REMEDIES The lowest good I I subctantlal lawn and gar dnfc cr buil poultry fencing DEKALB FENCE CO DeKalbIIl Kaisas City Mt dreenville liirlwiiie GROCERY co The most practical chair that ha yet been made is the automatic on lispluy at Ronrks Nothing like i ever seen here Call antI have a look ii- I and I I to take Cart rOt ycur cnala troubles bcca usc we arc sure It ti vlll helj you Remember that this great fcuials remedy f has brough relief to thousands vlher stcl vomdn so why not to yovi For headache backache yorlodlcal pains femalo weak i aess many havo said it Is ilia 1 best medicine to take Try IU J EARD U I I 1 w Ak You oft i utd In This City F3J Wallpaper in cndl s variety at Roarks and at matchless bargain 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE DESIGNS w COPVniQHTS C Anyone spnrtlng tiolrh and may our o u U n free whether en Is ConimuulftV UnntHlricilyrniiililoiitlal onlntmiU Inlontd taken through Itunu ft Co rccclro notUt wllliout chnrco lu lU- oStieufiflc JifiKTicai A hnntlsomoly JllntlrntM trwWr Ijirccst clr tmlntliii f stir loiiiun J ti nnl Terms 3 a rr fciuriiiut1j tL UraacU onicc Ci ivSLt WiuhliJcton P C i GUABAIITEED SAlISPAG OH MONEY REFUNDED rics HAND CURB ftiS IUirlnG WITH Di Gt JIJ fig fOR COUAI PitC T oJ nm Dotila AND ll THROAT rm lmmTnOUglES OEI r I 4 l a trt sin petit rca c tU81 by nil uoIonieN MUr1 361Boway fl3J LLTL y9- Tiiai Frc 9 t w rr SS DR KINGS FOR COLDS CURES THROAT LUNG DISEASES SAVED HER SOHS UFE My son Rex was taken down A year ago with lung trouble W doctored some months without improvement Then I began giving Dr Kings Hew Discovery and I soon noticed a change for the better I kept this treatment up for a few weeks and now my son is perfectly well and works every day SAMp Mpp E SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY All Druggists 6Oc AND IOO j DISCOVERY fl COUGHSAND liD r 3f lt i jr URS Ava Mo I iT x NEW t L ri I tomans Nearly all women suffer at times from female should take Wine of Cardui and get gives strength and tone to the whole Hie Womans Tonic was taken with female inflammation and consulted a to no avail so I took Cardui and inside of three days I was able to do Since then my trouble has never returned Try it AT ALL DUUG STORES t T y ii Some women suffer more acutely and more constantly than others But have little or whether you suffer intensely you Cardui is a safe natural medicine for women prepared scientifically from harmless ingredients acts easily on the organs and anr1 BIrrs tA l l1Il1r tl1l Mt Verna Wallace of tried CarnuL Cardul has done for me than I can describe Last spring I my housework 1 FriendS L 11 m vegetable systemS uCfl 29I J31 1 Sanger TeL She writes mori jp j I 60000 BODIES Mutilated Annually Dissecting on Tables 4 WAThR VERMIN t ELJRQLARS ioor should be employed m every tUlsiiea t THE GRAVE VAULT absolute protection rsv urroIB nnd Ia nud A nA otIh 1 far PIIfliIale waterproof VtUirS The BAKER VAULT csrrled In stock by The J L ROARK ESTATE Greenvilfe Line of Funeral nnd L ur il GoodM i Fine II 1 I jI J aSClwmp I9O9 I9O9 TIlE YEAR OF PROSPERITY ip lumtng 0fif YoM I Edition Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas to al who Subscribe for Six Months or a Year EVERY TRUE KENTUCjCIAH SHOULD HAVE A COPY OF THIS SPLENDIi WALL ATLAS The Latest Kentucky RJap Up To and Complete Engraved for The Jtvcninjr Post at n cost of 3COO colors OH heavy map peper It contains six pages 3x80 inches The Chart alone is worth If The Portraits of nil the Governors Dome of them very rare one the only picture of its kind in States the Hawaii Porto Rico the 1anama Canal Zone also map of the World The Atlas shows portraits of nil the residents the Rulers cf all Nations with Coats of Arms and Flags A over to Historical formation of State to 1KX A and Political Directory ot Kentucky residential Vote Officials Area ami V S Justices Speakers of Ken house Congressional anti Railroad 1 Republican Slate Central Commit 1 tees and State Committees Senatorial 1 Districts Count ivn of Kentucky when made and i frotu what Counties rca H Sirtistics of the Pausma Great Lakes 1 Hawaiian Islntda IVrto Kico Alaska t pities Area and ropaatiou of States and Coun Jr H The bnlC8 and those odmitted j K The Hveiiins lost Kcntuclty Governor for the V t for One at 13fO or for Isaac Shelby earner cr AKU Sent for Snjrrc anJ full of the Ail better subscriue today and gel ts o AUas THE EVENING post Loulsrillo Ky Augustus E Wilson I er3 teId 1 ti f i GREAT FREE1909 I I 1909Full me nine other of rent valise among them n and I p the Historical I tuck Ida Dens Fnord To t tries Chart Wilt be gnn to t wllo subscribe c t Six Month It by Mali This pnse only for r sql ECIAl PRICE r u T WITH THIS PAPER r 0 ChGmkaICac V READ existenceSzuas a rein year State- tonal cvI WaitS4 FSEE I Year 01 thoaevhoeziuno ct 1 ctv a once I r2 j pth III4 iTTTTS An liidcpMitlont Newspaper ruiiMHitsn THtn A RECORD PRESS OHIE I ROAHK Secretary ORIEN KOAKK lonaOhtaaco Telephone Ko Otitic In neve rear of torkTou J llaor 59 rS PR YEAR lit ADYAhU price of tilt In bee wlwn the tltnr expired wbUU It IH the paper will br O rln of tbivnUH nMtunrv nntlcf etc If nol ituer than ten line will l free A tug HUM No variation of thin rule lo Vive sample cop will he mailed rcrtlwmpntn will hf Inserted A rite card will be furnlf hc l on mineet tilium Payable to THURSDAY JUNE 24 Entered at the Greenville Ky pislofllpf na gecoadcVaes matter ANNOUNCEMENTS ron ncnicr AVcarc authorized to announc WALTER a KIMMEt- emiiUilnli for Sheriff of MnliliMibtirff county Miljocl to the action of the Republican YEW rinruiT cOURT CLBHK We arc anthorUed to announce C S CURD n candidate for to the of Clerk Mnhlenbcrjt Circuit Court ubjccl to the action of the Republican party inn COCJITT counT CLEH- KWtare authorised to annoupon F II LEWIS ft candidate for reelection to the olden County Court Clerk of MuhlenticrR county sub jcct to the action of tho Republican party We are huthorUM to nnnonno OEO If n candidate fur reelection to the offlre of Jailer subject to the action of the Republican J THi REt RDJI III molt L EDiTOR The paper tn lhI and to charge K line lot 1 for 1 I AhtrI U reo Or r L A1 part mel J r rQB our harry r- r aT- OPN trebtdent 2 snot x raaRS r rHRnat 3 pull auceeof will rnai c anyone sod make all ItEItt- euanES i re electron fthe n JAILea y Apropos of the Gould dlscIpHureRt If a lady meet a lady when too full of rye if a lady bite a lady need a lady cr IT Kaattl that Perry has readied the North Vole It KO ho should install his wireless telegraph outfit ami let us know for certain liana farmers are anxious Undo the event be made perimnent has gotten such a hold the American people that there is not enough time during the hours of chino to satisfy public KO games arc now being played at a few places under clttetric lights THE divorce trials of the over rich certainly disgusting but they give people n better apprecia tion of real women who can wear a dress than one time without sacrificing caste and character THE Wright brothers appear to have the right names as their aeroplane venture is a success and seems to be the limit in transportation instead of n craze that will soon be supplanted ns tins been ivtdUipfr riding driving hating automobiling aUwmaud elec trie railroading and such cru4ti ways of getting about over the earth IRS HOWARD GOUID testified In her divorce proceedings iu New York it was bad form to appear in a dress more than one time hence her necessary 100000 yearly ex penditure for wardrobe She was somewhat expensive but at that is a shade better than tome of the ignor out rich who think it is disgrace to appear in public pore than on me with the same husband Sentence Serums Saintliness i measured by service The crooked life is always well oiled Prayer without labor means par alysis You cannot wed vanity without being divorced from sincerity A saving faith is a faith that wakes the world seem worth saving Grafting is simply the difference between get life anJ the give Ijfe The man who his brother usually has some boss before whom he grovels Covering your neighbors with lampblack will not react with white on yourself You never know how much good falls on us all You may know what a really thinks of his Father by hio children think of him Where the collection is the life of the church the church makes a poor collection of lives devils you entertain in the good care t6 an illumination on their own account tl iffitlHtr1tomobtlc rtecs ncnrChtcn- Jo playera nod L 1cR ire t i i th t f i IIi t 4 o wash what J bile startup i j r Y UASFatALi u tut- F an S Sf more l ti pis 1 4 a 1 the tit splses r daySman G IS 1 e S it dark takCt r r IfV p Wisdom Is the Principal a e Wisdom means the recognition and comprehension of the truth presented in visible and invisible existence We shall only outline a few thoughts m regard the effect of ignorance and true intelligence upon the human family in their march of life It sterns strange that the moral and mental improvement or mankind has made so slow pro gress down thro the ages of the past We contribute this to the cause of the rulers and administra tions of Governments not having means and methods for the im provement and education of their subjects and today much of the masses of nations considered civil ized are yet under the clouds of ignorance and superstition They are Ignorant of tho means by which they arc rendered prosperous and comfortable It seems that the geni us and intelligence of the few pro vides for the many When we look back over the long rein of ignor ance we see here and there scattered among the and of the past stars of intelligence glittering out upon the mantle of ignorance and radiating down the chronicles of time until reaching and spreading into the light and civilization of today Great minds here and there grasping after truths in darkness and holding them for the consideration criticism and comfort of coming generations Down thro the ages and of the worlds history nations and generations have groped their way beneath the shades and shadows of ignorance perhaps unconscious that wisdom was the principal thing and of the great need of true intel ligence Their learning their liter attire and civilization wall fraught with mythical persuasion and fan dies superstitious imaginations and fanaticism The forces and effects of the elements of natural existent was regarded as supernatural and figurative and to be the work of unseen beings Their civ ilization being based upon false as not until a few that some of the nations of world began to realize that wisdom was the principal thing and to peek and then the day dawned of a more perfect civilisation god intelligence appeared upon the horizon of tho world and began its rapid spread which has been productive of na tional elevation and refinement and wonderful truths have been dive oped and made useful the power and influence ot which shall be realized by unborn generations Nations are now becoming progress ive by converting time as it were into a blackboard upon which to figure out the mysteries and lems of nature with the crayon of science altho perhaps it shall not be untH a considerable lapse of time before the bfams of the sun of ttuc knowledge and wisdom sljall pen trate and predominate the obscure and remote nations of the world and wisdom shall find Its way to the minds of all mankind I I o I t nations up- I centuries miraculous 01 ce then e better pro oeo oe P seoooooeoo- A 0- A 0 Thing- S 0a e OO O5S 0o000S iYrr tItago presented s g d c Ignorance is the stumbling block of the worlds progress and mans greatest burden down the stream of tithe Jgnorance is the foundation of tyranny and where rests the dome of human tvoea all the dread ful cruelties that have been infljrted upon the human family were prin cipally the results of ignorance Strike from the world its weight of ignorance ana you relieve the titan family of that mighty incubus and spectral monster that has WS laid the walks of man down lapse of ages then you would de prive deception to a great ot its practice and ijs baneful influen ces and falsehood and fiction would noJonger em people amid the pit falls of error atu injefortijno What a grand time would it be all mankind could comprehend the true knowledge qf that by which are surrounded and actuated all the truth displayed in natural existence anti all that engages hit wii attention freed from false ideas and fule theories and super stitious persuasion Fur a want of a correct knowledge and mural in telligence people have erred and failed in every capacity of lift they have worshiped the works of their own hands paid homage to the beast of the field the fow of the air and to the luminaries of have offered human sacrifice upon idolatrous altars for want cor rect intelligence the savage rejoices t hUe the l the I of extent hoover the misfortune of his prisoner and laughs at Irii agonies while Airing amid the flumes of the stake Political ignorance has convulsed the world with wars and revolution and made the earth to blush with gore civil ignorance has trampled upon the rights and of justice crushed the hopes ot liberty anti inflicted misery upon religious ignorance with superstition has sacrificed lure and liberty upon the of human woes nearly every religious creed and tenet bear the mark and stain of the blood of mar and under the decrees of re ligious ignorance some of the most revolting acts and deeds have been perpetrated that blacken and human history Even during the present age and in the socalled it is a want of a correct moral and Christian senti melt that gives rise to so many sects and divisions who are contending about that which if properly understood would unite mankind in one common in tcrest of love and friendship but trot until true and cultivated shall predominate and reign in every land and in every mind if such a period can ever exist shall the doctrine of Him that spike as never man spake rise above all the religious contentions and issues then shall nations and people be hold aright the star of the East and of Bethlehem then shall the gospel of peace be preached and glorified then shall nation no more lift up sword against nation then shall one grand code of law be adopted by all nations and one religious prevail in every land the des ert shall bloom rose and the wilderness be made to rejoice the mountains shall laugh together and the little hills shall clap their hands in gladness Coming to another part of the we There are no words or language that can too forcibly express the necessity of obtain ing true knowledge from the that knowledge is power and the power of life It is the means by which we are enabled to hend to realize and to appreciate linn the scale of being and gives us a higher order of life apd renders us progressive with al the tim anrt achievements of life gad renders useful and subservient to our selves to society and to all those aroind us Tnje education is that which papaeftateg us happiness and refinement and rewards us with the richest of emoluments true intelligence life is little else than miserable this fact is clearly demonstrated whgnwc corn pare the learned with the unlearned the civilized with the uncivilized and the scientist with the savage Much of our failures blunders and misfortunes in life are to a great extent the effect of our ignor ance Intelligence enables us to appreciate the true realities of life to know and to understand the true object of human existence Ignor ance canpol palliate pain ordispense burden an ignorant person cannot enjoy many of the charms and ad vantages of life and cannot be use ful in carrying the grand designs and achievements of life and to render effort a success anti direct terror and design to profit and to gain True happiness consists in true knowledge Before we can ap predate we must understand and to realize w must know Altho the dawn and twilight of fu hue has appeared on the horizon of some of the nations of the world with energizing and cheer results and is last elevating them to a luyhpr BPalc of being and ap proximatmg them towards perfect tion to come yet there is a large part of the nations that caned civilized who are mantled with the clouds of ignorance and arc ignor ant even of the nature and makeup- if of iijpir own bodies whjch is so wonderfully and fearfully made and have a faint and limited knowledge of uhat U gr on around them their eyes behold their cars hear and there they conclude they are unable to solve the various that are daily presented for consideration We look out our uountrv 3UlI see the won derful machinery of science and In telllgeace moving in grandeur har and perfection in all the chun nels of our industry and we are amazed at the great rrbUtictl9Wrthe development and improvement the harmoilng und facilitating our a bor exertion to profit and to gain anti in disclosing the rich and J lat ext burning human demands innocents coups led lift altars t civilizednations knowledge sentiment asthe wouldadd importanceand com pre rstandtuit us s for I progeny intelligence et are the problems lour mon it J w 4 r j ij I I yrs horrify denominations sub tilt fag that elevates u Without forward ins err aid r rr w t i 1 bountiful resources of nature and so nicely appropriating and apply tug them to our wants and wishes Without tru intelligence and culti vated knowledge man is as one walking in the darkness and as one who attempts to work without tools There is no engagement in life but demands a display of true it is justly required and in all of lifes pursuits it is the of all industries it is the strong arm and protection of all governments and institutions it is the pride and the beauty of society and the great refiner of life and its realities If man was created by an all wise being he surely was not created and placed upon this world its charms and the sublime and beautiful works of nature simply to wear out his life in uselessness and to pass from the cradle to the grave thro the obscure of shades and ignorance Man was surely created for a higher and grander purpose than mere life and instinctive sensualities He was endowed with intellectual faculties with a moral nature to be cultivated and developed in order to raise him above the lower order of creation and to enable him to know and to understand the object of his existence to know and to realize his own nature and the nature and encies of things around him Man was placed here upon the world to subdue it and to master the earth the oceans and the air and until this has been accomplished his is not complete Ignorance disqualifies people from determining and understanding the relations and tendencies of visible objects as well as to the truth and correctness of the principles by which they are governed and for properly listing fishing between vice anl virtue and forming a correct moral standard What is it that gives the world its mighty hum of industry today What is it that has established the great marts of commerce that spot the shores pf nearly every land What is it that has laden the ocean with floating pieces of immense wealth What is it that has reared great nations upon the dark land of Whit is him to penetrate the intrifW of the earth and o Foart the history of ages and eras written upon and fossils of information What is it that has en ablcd him contemplate with reason and judgement the nature of world end systems that leek the regions of space What is it that enables man to read and to understand the great code of physical laws with which he lies to operate and by which hi is governed Jn a word what has placed him upon the ele eared plane where he stands toda It is not by any arbitrary power and hereditary persuasion handed down from generation to generation it is not by some dogmatical creed of theology nor some popular religious ceremony nor by some mythologi cal imagination that has haunted the worlds history it is not the effect of royal power or some religious faith we answer It Is from one pause and frqin pne source and that a knowledge of truth as pre sented and learned from visible and invisible existence that has made man what he is today anil shall el cynic him hereafter We would further add that if man is immortal null destined to another state of ex istence when he passes from this and if his future state shall have any analogy to the present which we have no reasons to doubt but con sidcrable to believe we think it noi unreasonable to believe that all ideas and intelligence that arc based upon the truth shall bc roar ritid forward with us to another ex istencc and that our knowledge gain ed in this life shall not be in vain in the next but as to the nature and the character and tendencies of a future state and as to what shan there engqgp ojjr time and attention Is at piesent a question unanswcra tile a problem unsolved and a mat ter aiiiut which the ignorance of man is at variance and nu definite and established concluaiona can be given and all that we know or can say in regard to it must be dune thro our own imagination and irre sponsible speculation Ve have no nljects ni standpoints to reason or infer from no figures for mathemat ical demonstration no formula Lit down or chart mapped out tradition divine and profane failed to give us conclusive evidence The great apostle declared TluU eye hath not seen hath not hoard nor had it entered into the mind of j surrounded- b enchantments animal teal mission ire rjVh irn t sea some dnastical s Minor oar ttt I knowledge necessary sa aye tspitthathas paletto nlc hr seap 1 iit that enabled strains u four r man to COD i M That he shall be hereafter H net i opinions a rnes entertained and argued Some i peer a purga tory some transmigration of souls from a lower to a higher denomina tion some believe that it is life to live of death to die and that human existence shall terminate in the grave The savage may look forward for a vast hunt ing ground the scientist may look forward for a higher school of intel ligence the Christian may look to a glorious immortality full of love where the spring of eternal freshness shall unfold its fruits and flowers over unlimited plains watered by crystal fountains Some believe that the entertain ments of the next existence shall be songs and shouts groans and shrieks Some believe that eternity and the future state shall simply be for the review of time hence we have a confusion of theories must conclude that a future state shall be for the advancement of this life and shall approximate man to wards a greater source of wisdom and truth and that eternity shall be productive of something higher and holier than time A distinction between soul and spirit has long been argued in speculative controversies between theologians philosophers and meta physicians they have been unable to reach a definite and satisfactory conclusion hence the mind of man may be the principle of his immor tality his science and sense may survive the ravages of death It is cultivated intelligence that has every grand achievement of this life and if we lose the power of the mind in the passage of death we shall be stnj t of all our ideas obtained in the cxpetiencc of this Hfc and if we lo e the arquinncnts of our intellectual faculties then we leave the world a blank without the power of thought vrhout the sense of memory of conception recognition and even the conscious ness of being The doctrine of the destruction of the mind in the hour of death is atheistical If we exist hereafter we surely wilt possess mental and cultivated and a knowledge of our identity other our present being any more that a child can realize the being of its patents The idea of cultivated intelligence and thought memory recognition and conscience are taught In the Scriptures to exist Shall death do away with all of our knowledge of the truth and from further investigation of the eternal truths that make up the great beyond The great philosopher has said That man in time is as a child taying pebbles upon the shores of an eternal cccan of knowledge Wisdom is the found ation of life the more intelligent the higher the order and pcrfectiun being this is remonstrated the order of existence of all the species of creation perceptible to the natur a1 eye Hence yw now that culti vated intelligence builds for life a great highway that cultivated moral understanding decks and adorns that great highway with the flowers of peace and happiness mental subdues discovers un folds and reveals moral understand ing appropriates applies and beau tifies Jn conclusion we would add As to the advancement in knowledge that man shall make in the future ages of the world we arc unable to predict but that which ROW seems to be absurd perhniH shall b com plain and plausible impossibilitica may become possibilities and reali tiCS with unborn generations Roxno Commissioners Sales Muhlenberg Circuit Court Kentucky W II Frailer By virtue qf t Jttil euirU aril Order of Sale III April Ttrm 1W lu the dave fur the min of 3SOH3 vUh Interest nt tho of vent nnmuu from the S8tU day of June 1WO until nut 17JOO rusts herein I shall proceed to offer fur sale nt the Court houae dour lu Cirrrnvllle to the biblical blil ler lit P17ULIC AUCTION on Monday the 9Uh day of June 1109 nt 1 oclock p n or thcivabout bvlux County Court tiny upon a credit of six uiuuthH the following demlbed property to wit A ofljtnlji triPt nn lylntf lu Mnhlcnbcrg County Uy Insinning nt nu Elan ou old corn er thence S 80 polew to a Poplar thence E 100 to a Hickory thence N to the brglnulut containing 5 acres Fur the purchase price the purchaser with ap pureed surety or ttccurlties must execute Loud bearing legal Interest fyopt lhe dny of t ae nlit II Pant n havllis the force and direct 4idr incut Hldtlers will be prepared to comply C varietyof I allof andall andaffection andwe mind accomplished our senses I be same e iir J 1iUB hereafter an with sl intelligence JW 1 IlfTT- ol Deft t qUlTY of rtt nt thorp per PUlL OeD with heil term oatls M G G J i t 4J vfe could not thc l l P antlivr a lhgyohlepl Ulrtltit ttgtrt t4Qered n valise f rote a per pull n Jas1Y M Selecting Wall Paper for one or any number of rooms can be done with sat isfaction at Roarks In the fifty stock patterns shown there is wide variety of design and coloring And the goods are ready for immediate delivery One great ad vantage is the ability to get more if you find you need it and if you have a roll or so over it is easy to return it and get credit I Just at this time we have several SPECIAL BARGAINS IN QUANTITIES sufficient for one to three price in some cases being half Price on every pattern is low COME AND SEE OR ASK FOR SAiMPLE BOOS which will be sent on request The J L ROARK Estate roomsthe M QI 0 1IcJ0J1I 0IIQ I r tie y I The REST hire Insurance that any country building can bays is a Cortright Metal Shingle Roof It cannot burn It cannot leak It never needs repairs and makes handsomest long lived roof on the market Insurance Companies recognize its advantages and are glad to quote lower prices where it is used Drop in and see them 6 M DEXTER CO Agents the c r A Little Good Paint in Time Saves When you buildings need everydays costs you mosey The snow Irots are getting ra work Lumber costs too touch to let it decay for want of little putt it costs less to use ood paint to with it Vo UH nothing paint OB T k GARTERStrtclly Pure WHITE LEAD Pure Linseed Oil Pure Turpentine and the expensive colors The kind of paint use never cracks or scales wear will remove it Let us figure with you when W dy to paint We rttclou and durable job reasonable Doat put it of J H HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 limo titan out f f most we prices I I t t l ail isle a t a o s 1 W brightens and wytfctag about the home There or dingy looking furniture or woodwork In hones where Liquid Veneer to uted a Liquid Veneer can be applied anybody anywhere at any a there is no muss to clean up after ward There are no cans no no brushes There are no sticky hands or surfaces Simply moister a of cheese wipe off the surfaces would do Just try Liquid Veneer ad see how sweet it will vote everyUOag4az kettle 25 12ez bettl CO1 BY W H BRIZEND1HE 0 THE RECORD Soc per year It jJ is ao jdeaD wholeiolH II 1Jy time 8 as SOLD i4 fs fJ t rc x RoYAL POWDER BAKING 1p III The finest most tasteful and wholesome biscuit cake and pas try are made with Royal Powder and not otherwise Royal is the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Baking Tartar I C R R LOCAL TIME CARD I3 Louisville Express llSSntn1- UJ Cincinnati Express 154 pm 104 LouUvlllf Limited 4 130 Central City accora 715 pm SOUTHBOUND KO 133 Paducah nml Cnlro necotn 11 Fulton Accommodation UlOpm 101 New Orleans Special Nov 22 1008 WOCiutrronn Agt Summer started Monday Read the article by Rondo in this Monday the longest day of the year See Harris shoemaker for first class repairs 17 13 Candidates for office are making their claims and wishes known Miss Stella Hubbs of Elizabeth town is a guest of Miss Lillian Craig on North Main street Get typewriter supplies of all kinds at this office Y Mr Murray Chatham of Chatta is here on a visit to his par Merits Mr and Mrs L C Chatham t jRaVrisJiave seriously interfered Bth wheat jar nd taroversjarei very some warm fUryi weather If you want job printing the best be had at this office Prof D B Shaver and wife arc i here from Wauchula Fla where E1 they will spend the vacation with relatives and friends Water mains have been extended in the east end as far as the ceme tery and many new subscribers have been added to the list See R C McCracken ityou want concrete any kind Mrs Jake Gardner has returned her home in St Louis after a visit of some weeks to her parents Mr and Mrs J S Miller iv For hauling of all kinds call V Dennis Telephone No 189 NOnia 11 am 515 am 310 pm II Qea tO issue Was a county e t t S 1 5 est 3 r I can X 1 1 workof 1iXr f J i DOUND- no 1 f 1t t Itor Rufus There is a vast amount of both in town and over the county Mr and Mrs J H Tanner and children of Calhoon arc here on a visit to Mr and Mrs E A Taylor Harris shoe repair shop near Baptist church Prof B F Allison of Oakland Cal is here on a visit to his mother Mrs A M Terry and will spend a portion of his vacation at this place New Hope church at Moorman dedicated last Sunday and a large crowd attended It is a Bap tist church and the building is an honor to the congregation Typewriter paper supplies etc of all kinds at this office Greenville and base ball teams played on the grounds here Saturday afternoon the score standing 12 to S m favor of the lo cal team Trade papers report that there is a shortage ot automobiles and that customers are being delayed from one to four weeks to secure a car This docs not look like hard times Flies will not bother a wound where Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Lini ment isused For sale by Jarvis Williams Misses Todd ShuttKMary Tyli r Jafrife Ray CTautle Baker and Rev JEvE in the annu al meeting of the Epworth League A pale red cow white stripe down her back coarse toned bell keen horns scrub stock strayed from my home in end Notify J W Jamison city If you want your buggy painted in good shape see G H Adamson He has a good shop uses the best materials and knows how to do the work A nine months old boy of Frank Tichenor colored died of fever at Luzerne last Friday and was buried Saturday at the Wiley Frazier See the automatic chairs at Ro furniture store There has nev er been anything like them here I 17 t3 I ribbons Drakes oro Pittma lTrs i Leitchfieldas delegatesto theeast arks sickness was Iewis are graveyard S DRUG It STORE How to Exterminate BED BUGS There is just one way to exterminate bed bugs so that this pest will bother you no more This only way is to use Bug and Insect Destroyer a prepara tion which never fails to kill all the bugs destroy all their eggs and break up all their rests and breed jug places Yo will not be disappointed when you depend upon Bug and Insect Destroyer to thoroughly clean out bed bugs It does the work and does it well No case is hopeless There is not a house which is so infested with bed bugs that Bug Destroyer will not entirely rid it of this pest Squirt top bottles 25c a NYALS HEALING SALVE cools and soothes burns and scalds Splendid for healing cuts and sores Keep it in your kitchen cupboard ready for instant use in emergencies Price 25c COUNTZLERS DRUG STORE Phone 86 i i 0 o JJ l y s b a 5 Y IIiRWOi p tk r r- r 1 1 Mahlenberg Citizens Sued for 38MO A suit that is attracting much at tention was filed in the United States court at Owensboro last week by Tobias Goins colored and George Lear now residents of Spencer county Indiana but who lived here until a few months ago They al lege that they were assualted and in timIdated on February 15 and left their homes through fear of further and greater injury at the hands of neighbors Damages are asked from following persons charged with being parties to the alleged unlawful and wrongful acts Bradley Pittman Jesse A McCown Dolph Sanda Townie Jamison George An derson George Oliver Bud Loney Jack Anderson Ed Anderson George Reynolds and Davie Lewis colored T J Oglesby McClellan Kile Monroe Jarvis Alex Lee and Joe Anderson The parties named arc all residents of the neighborhood surrounding Sharon Grove church and neighbors of Lear and Goins The plaintiffs claim to have a dam aging case but the defendants are confident of being able to clear themselves The case will be vig orously prosecuted and defended some of the best legal talent being engaged on both sides School Taxes Due Taxes due school district No 14 have been in the hands of collector James Lyon since June i and are due The penalty will be placed on all receipts not paid before Aug i 1909 T J SPARKS Chm Board Death ef George B Dovey George B Dovey an old Muh Icnberg boy died from a hemor rhage of the lungs while on a train near Xenia Ohio at 410 oclock last Saturday morning For three years Mr Dovey has been owner and president of the Boston national league baseball club and was out on a trip unaccompanied looking up men to strengthen the team Ear ly last week he was at Central City for a day and was in usual health and cheerfulness Dovey spent most of his life in this county in the coal business at Mercer selling his interest and leaving the county ten ago one of the coal operators in the county George Dovey had many friends hereabouts and his death was a great shock to all Interment was in Philadelphia Dovey was never married but is survived by his mother who Is 86 years old County Union A S of E Muhlenberg County Union A S of E will be held at Greenville court house on Thursday and Fri day July i and 2 1909 All local unions will please take notice and send delegates accordingly J F Doss Co Pres Visits His Old Home Dr Leech Reid and wife of Charlestown Mo were here a day or two the latter part of the week where Mr Reid was spending pleas ant hours with and friends This was the first visit the doctor had here in twenty years but he found many of his old associates and enjoyed himself every moment of the stay After leaving school here he attended a Louisville medical college and has been in Missouri since his gradua tion He has built up a splendid practice and is kept very busy in his work He and his wife had been in the cast for two weeks dur ing which time the had at tended the national meeting of the American Medical Association at Atlantic City To the Public I W L Harris having bought Wm Hallinans shoe shop near the Baptist church with the understand ing that he would riot set up any more in Greenville I stayed here but has he done sb and I ask the people of Greenville and vicinity to give me their work and I will treat them right All work onable prices W L HARRIS 24t2 Madeline Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star will entertain at the Masonic Hall tonight beginning at 8 oclock Each member is priv ileged to invite one guest and there have been few rejections A short program been arranged after which refreshments will be served and then there will be a season of pleasures Have Frank Harris repair your sewing machine V 1fo ttbct hljfd f andwas pioneer oldschoolmates made doctor while bars informalsocial c W Murphy fords ve Ipt rxen- tfiom xbtlnt forty Carr s cas Shoemaker Dedication of Antioch Church An impressive service enjoyed by an audience of 800 or people was the dedication of Antioch church at Earles last Sunday Muhlen berg Hopkins and McLean counties contributed liberally from their ranks and the crowd was one of appearance and pleasing Rev Leithfield of Mad isonville delivered the sermon which was inspiring and in less than half an hour he and some able lieu had raised something like 500 the sum necessary to clear the of debt when the dedication followed Dozens of the old of the neighborhood with their descendents gathered at the spot hollowed with and many a spiritual and feast was spread The a handsome one commodious with elegant interior fittings and is a fitting memorial of the liberal progressive people of the section The members of the Masonic order built the second story And have up a creditable lodge room as was the case in the old building Antioch is one of the oldest in the county and with its new building will prove more attractive and have an enlarged field of useful ness The people of the section provided dinner for the vast crowd and there was an abundance of everything splendidly prepared the service and accommodations being of the very best Concrete Work Contracted I am prepared to do pavement and other concrete work and shall be glad to make estimates In pave ments limestone is used in base and surface throughout complying with city specifications in every particu lar Give me an opportunity to bid on your contracts s 17 R C MdCRACKEN Sips of Progress During the past year or so there has been a wonderful advancement along all lines in coun ty At all public gatherings whether in towns or at rural points the ap pearance of the pcoptaarid their de the farmer boy is ahead of his town cousin in most instances The farmers home is being made attractive Trees flow ers and general appearances are the yard is kept scrupulously clean doors and windows screened and general sanitary conditions are maintained Prices of farm pro ducts have made the cultivation of the land a paying and attractive proposition and the farmer is about the best paid laborer that can be named Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment 250 soc and 100 sizes Every bottle guaranteed Eor sale by Jar vis Williams Education Pays Twenty years ago Denmark was one of the poorest kingdoms in Today it is the richest in per capita wealth with one exception and in the general distribution of wealth it stands first The Danish farmer sells every year to England butter to the value of 36000000 and in the same market eggs from Denmark sell 30 per cent higher than any other eggs What has brought this The highest authorities attribute it to improvement in school facile tics obtained by higher taxation The Danish peasants have taxed themselves till they have made rich Kentucky farmers will sonic day learn to do the same thins The Whirlwind Campaign for better education in Kentucky beginning June 27 and closing July 3 will try to show the Importance d local taxation There will be a practically all day service at Nebo next Sunday Rev Galloway preaching at n oclock Mrs Wilson lecturing at 3 p m and Rev Barbcc of the Christian church preaching at night The public is invited to all services Central City lost its first saloon Monday when the of Wells expired Other will be closed at intervals until November when Geo Gordon will close He will operate alone for some months Bargain sales were conducted by Wells as he had a large stock which was necessary to dispose of quickly Give your job printing orders to THE RECORD more Impressive many assocIa- tions social bUilding- is churches a Muhlcu erg meanor inipr tyadU rlf and Jumps I Charley Zc demeanor residents fitted ionderfull hasar Bestota used couatr i 1Ga for real worth any earance y long inviting Europe improvement themselves lien Serves 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 scien tific talent we are able to produce the highest mark results and can there fore to your own satisfactionServe You Right It will be to our mutual benefit if you will allow us to Serfe 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 cs 99 1 Hardwick Given a Two Year PeHiten tiary Sentence Walter Hardwick charged with the murder of James Wood was given a two year penitentiary sen tence by a jury last Thursday Me accepted the verdict and last Saturday was carried to Eddyville where he began his service The case was tried at a special term circuit court aiul seven jurors were secured from Todd county Rufus Dennis solicits hauling all kinds and gives prompt and careful service at reasonable rates flood Roads For Mulileubsrg Muhlenberg roads arc at least cent improved the of five years ago The grading has been done splendidly and the road surface is now getting in a free from bad holes Permanent bridges of concrete to Jbe replaced and of the important things neglect ed is the use of small tiles to carry water the highway at small sags These spots are now the worst places in the roads and could easily remedied There are more advocates of good roads than ever before since our people realize their benefits and it is hoped the fiscal court will receive encourage ment sufficient to provide a steam road roller as this would be of the greatest benefit to our road and bridge commissioner in his work The use of the roller would so pack the roads that less grading would be required and so would pay for its cost at the same time placing and keeping the roads in better shape You can use Roarks furniture cost if it is not In every way as it is sold under positive guarantee and no questions asked Friendship Miss Cordie Lee was the guest of Miss Luro Rice Sunday Miss Maud Ford of Lead Hill attended services here Sunday Mrs Ludie Pannell was the guest of Mrs Richard Craig Saturday- Mr Edward McClellan and fam ily attended services here Sunday Miss Elva Allen of Greenville at tended the singing here Saturday nightMiss Carline Sheldon of Browns vine visiting relatives in tlis vicinity The Sabbath school is progressing nicely and is largely attended every Sunday Mr R H Lyon and grandson R H Jr in our midst Saturday and Sunday Mr Thomas Jackson of Luzerne was visiting relatives here Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Ernest Helcsley were visiting the family of Mr Nat Mathis Sunday Misses Nella Gray and Blanch the guests of Miss An me Jeffers Saturday Mrs Fannie Hill who has been very sick for some weeks is Improv mgr it is hoped she will soon re cover Rev J W Woodson filled his gular appointment here Saturday and Services were not largely Saturday farmers being Very busy f f j condition SbrU dJ1CbW1 old woodc n One e I i Craigwere rc attended on Y O o toper over state almost o 1c r i6 1ges nave across b polish without satisfactory were Open Letter to all Ministers in Ken tuckySecond Whirlwind The Second Whirlwind Campaign for public education in Kentucky will be conducted from Monday June 28 to and including Saturday July 3 The entire State will be covered by speakers of exceptional ability You know something of the awakening last year the re suits have been very gratifying 1 am asking you to have a vital part in the campaign for the schools need is great To this end I desig nate Sunday June 27 to be Public School Sunday and I ask that clergyman In the Commonwealth minister pastor rector preacher or whatevei his title may be deliver on this day in his own church at least one address on Pub lie Education In Kentucky- I hope that your churches will especially liecpratcd that special musfc wiU h rendered that all the children will be invited to be presr and especially that you will in vite the parents and tfl business and professional men of the community The regular speakers will begin their active work Monday June 28 Each county have a special Ral ly Day an allday openair meet ing with an additional special speak er for the occasion The campaign is booming the fight is on the re ports arc more than encouraging Remember our slogan For the Boys and Girls and the Commonwealth Fur an advance ment in Kentucky Now I am Very truly yours J G CRAHDF Supt John Bruce who ten days ago cut his neighbor Jesse Jones was tried before a jury last the verdict was that the prisoner was of unsound mind and a recommenda flop made that he be sent to Hop kinsville asylum for treatment Mr James Duvall one of the guards came over Saturday and took Bruce back with him The MarksGreen Concrete Co has placed a new record for laying of concrete pavement here finishing complete on last Friday 1080 feet of concrete pavement around the res dence of Mr Harry Eaves But for running out of hundred more feet would have been laid and it is proposed on some day by the crew that ISOO feet will be laid At this rate the city would soon be lined with concrete walks and it appears that in time this will be done as the work has met with popular approval and no other material is being used for walkways Stockholders Meeting The stockholders of the Equitable Tobacco Warehouse Company will hold its regular annu al meeting at the court house in Greenville on Monday June 28 1909 at i oclock p m pur pose of electing three members on the Board of Directors Let every stockholder be either present in per son or represented by proxy as we cannot hold on election without a majority of stock is represented Dividend No 2 will be paid to those present J J RICE Pres J F Doss Sec and Treas Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment not burn or blister and relieves pain in a few minutes For sale by Jarvis Williams I Campaign great It every tt bet t eat will tC n educationalmove Thursdayand materialseveral Greenville forthe I dads acct PicNic for Cleanup Workers The picnic promised the workers on cleanup day will be given Tuesday and all who helped that day are entitled to go It is neqes nary that those who go to their respective captains RO that trans portation may be provided This Greenville Milling Co and the Green ville Livery Co have each donated a tram and it is likely that others win du the snIDe as the fund malt np Uj the merchants will larjrely be required to provide refreshments for the boys The crowd will at the court house and the place where the day will be spout is to bcunnounu ed later A great time is anticipated See the oneroom lots of wall paper at Roarks at special bargain prices All these short quantity patterns must be closed out at once Miss llonnie Howard of Mqrj noptyn will arrive this week on a visit Mrs Robert WicUliffe J of murdering Elzic Stewart is held over to await the action grand jury Fire Fara Lass for Side I will sell 76 acres unimproved farm land one mile of town Fur particulars call or write Dean Lpvell Greenville Ky Miss Lelia DeWitt leaves tomorrow for N C where she will spend several weeks attending the Chautauqua term of the Dr Curry School of Expression Dr Curry is from Boston and is one of the leading teachers in the country lie will a corps of able assistants aud will U largo enrollment of pupils The Lewiston Well Is now open for the present season and all par ties having Keys for the last are requested to renew their sub scription or return the KeyA No man knows anything divine friendship who does ex hibit human friendliness Rural Tetefketes Mr Farmer Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market at any time This be accomplished by means of oUr telephone service which you and your neighbors can get sum that is small compared with the ben ents received Call cr address our nearest office or write direct to Nashville Tennessee for information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If you not at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the southejn portion or Indiana and Illionois CUMIIEKLAND TEL TEL Co Incorporated WANTED Trustworthy man or woman in each county to advertise receive orders and manage business for New York Mail Order House 1800 weekly position permanent no investment required Previous experience not essential to engaging Spare time valuable Enclose self addressed envelope for full particu lars Address CLARKE Co Whole sale Dept 103 Park Ave New York jun24 Some people hope to get into heaven by looking for heU next rtuty girls gather t Bdttkman in thQ b t l fIhoi f fi j Asheville 0 tt a I quotations for a f I t cover II tr 1 It 1 f5 1 I I report t ail on y ipatvet- T his trial IstThursday ng roff r tar have season about the not can Izr w Jf headquarters arc r a wcaR ar t aW w ROARK Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Slippers Grya Vaults ROARK I It I I f C10t s1 ilf tij d d cO L c- oi II W llp per Wr pp f a i z rn ore spar isin ec son p Government Ettrcaus Sound Ad vise on Road Drainago REMOVE ALL WATE3 CUICICLY That en Ourfnce and Underground aa Well Center cf Highway Ghauld Be Haicrd Si of Tiles and Laying Them Matters cf Importance Tit United office of public roads In Washington sent out the fol lowing bulletin regarding the proper manner of road drainage With an average of 27000 tons of water tilling In tit form of rain on each mill of public road In the United States annually It Is scarcely to be marveled at that the ten command ments of the road builder con be sum med up succinctly In the word drain age The saying has truth fur o basis as putl drainage Is the primary requisite nil roads Bvcti In smut roads this holds true for there good drainage moans such as will safely remove the sturm water without oro Elon or gullying and fitlll retain the surface moisture To obtain good drainage one must take Into consideration both the sur face water and the underground The surface water must bo qulrkly and completely anti without subjecting the road to excess lye scour or erosion For this reason the center of the road should bo raised and the slope toward the side ditches should bo from onehalf to one Inch to Inch foot distance or BO that th water will run freely to the side ditches nod not flow down the road or remain In puddles on the roadway The side ditches should be of ample she to care for the severest storms with n fall of net less thin six Inches to each hundred feet Kroqucnt am plo cross drains should be constructed and every opportunity taken to get the water away from the road as quickly as possible Any road along which you see water standing In the side ditches or on which puddles of water have collected or which has boon badly and eroded by the rains hns poor drainage ad Is In need of Immediate always n little attention afler each rain The split log drag s essentially n tool to maintain good drainage on our 5 j UP HlGHWflYSI h ti fur t i r t I JI on rly require Iii i 1 totes i r y water removed gullied fit etttlhroatlsnr A HOAO THAT DUAJNAOR WOCM IMPUOVH earth roads and should bo used after each rain On a henry clay or gumbo soil the drag when properly used tends to puddle lit road surface keep It free from ruts dense smootb and hard thus securing the best surface drain age possible But In many places the underground water la too near the surface and must be removed before a good road will bo possible This means that some form of subdralnago must bo resorted to usually tile drains or clay or concrete Water from whatever source must be pot rid of effectively As water III freezing expands ono eighth Its the road heaves out shape and when the Ice melts the road disappears beneath the rising tide of toed constantly fed by rains melt tug snows and underground springs- In seopy boggy places the sub dralnnge in order to be fully effective should lower the water level to loss than three foot below the road rfjurfnro If tiles are used they should bo carofnllj laid true to grade Most nilurrs In tile drainage can be nt Jrlltiiird to carolnwnoss In laying or jiruh Tile less than four ft has In motor should rarely bo ified our should a of less than ls Indies lit tit hundred feet bo usol tinlcxs nlisolmlv necessary In n very dense soil It Is always advisable to cover I ln lllo to at least a depth of slx to twolv Inches with a coarse solid or flni grnv l Caro should always bo taken to procure a tree outlet fur the drains and lo protect outlet with si concrete bulkhead or catch basin which ran always 4 p kept clean and the outlet fm The kind of lllo to bo used depends on Jocal conditions Concrete tile if properly mn lo Is quite as good as clay tile Which kind to use is entirely a local question of dollars and cents If concrete Ill can bo made moro cheap ly that da lllo run be hail use con crrto If use play tjle 1 Convict Labor In Cuildiny of Roads At H recent uiortln of the national good nmd board hold In New York city Ffttnfnr C T 1assltrr of Virginia outlined ll mot lied of building roads tvlHi roijvfits In tin Old Domlnlnn C Cordon Xoff tlu chalnimn of till Iiiwrd hums iliHidid to umli a ranvnss f time iillr rnlhd Slatos to Uisd out which shops piuploy convicts hi the bnlMhiK of mads This wilt bt fol Io Td up later with an effort to got thcr states to use convict labor In road building There In n general movement to abolish mnvlct labor In lines of the Industry when It Inter foes with orjpinlrrd labor but In no section of the cotintrv doejj orpin Izcd libor object to Jljc use of convicts In the building of gdfid rond3 volume of O ltoo list it It 1l nut s iI a t j a 1 t 1 I t nod note Ill gr lit the a a q G a a 1 r- eJ I q- Y a UNCLE BY J NJITtl Copyrsht 1001 by Byron WlllUima Need PrctccUon While there is much in poetry to discourage the action it is true never balers that aomothi must bo dune to protect our newly married No sooner do two young things got through with the trembling anti tho wedding cake than they become the pray of overactive viands leaded to the ramparts as It were with volleys cf old rheas placards and rico Get ting married Is n strenaoin experience nail by the time the advancing hosts thunder down upon them movie aau tlovle ao ready to capitulate re calve the old shoes in the ear time rice In the node and the rtacanls on the trunkThe bride trustful cllnslns vine that she I1 has bras wont to shriek ysterlcally shako the Chinese show er out cf her hack hair and lingerie and turn to the groom fov consolation protection The join after rlj nng tho telltale pl ranls from the mptlal swears mildly and continues to ho delirious Now come a society however which demands protection for tit icwly married This society professes co disbelieve Qiinrlcs atsortkm that The wny to tillra illS not on down And 1e hns no crossn dcucrvcs n rrowT The sochty Insists on tho ground that It la cruel to strike it man why ho is down it Is wrong to persecute tho truly beautiful and the good when tlcy are absut to start en their onoynion The members assert that fray had what Chlmmle FaJd 5 vould dub a bum steer whon ho de rlared Tho huts of Wss lirlihtlv grout Chastised by snblf r tints of In ether words they nsk that the hs net filled with district effects aud that the bride and be loft to tho full enjoyment of their roscato dream They dKl e that tho newly married bo fully they wake up and taklo the lems and morning fires of married Ufo They arguo it is a shameful sin to hit a great Jjy with a castoff Trilby cover Let the two hearts beat an You iiavo noticed no doubt the autumn sun setting en the rlacil bus oiii of n miniature lake All tho glories cf time sky are there depleted It Is so with love The honeymoon is nice tho lake with Its beauteous iv ficctlcns Imagine a country lout Ifrovinr an eld shoo Into the mid He f that beautiful picture Yes the newly parricd must b pro octcd In this sentiment we will bo rldlpy uiholtl by the old cloths mol 01 clos Ol clos Or cloa and shoes Who has cm Who has caiT Who has cm today By the Na Tot po po treat their religion ho same as U cir Sunday clothes sr o tintI I U1ccn In room rested fro iaereron 1 e mid batt tge beds mgr poet money before 4rL many When tVe brcd tlpl tnks her tim it nhUi3 time dishes and Bcn n phtc you mny iiv hat s Knt geL asyvljne In the jenr5 A rr baVca rKtcr ho wan Inv nlad wearlas if Lo coalt aide bfs aibjectn A Near York odltor snya It in onsl to he rich And ytf if us bare to BC eas or tn aa1 Just ho hiwy aajlov When a flirt Ices fan In lovo she thkos snkcr hoot Mno and all A matt who mar s on 10 a week Is safe from the evil of nllmony for some tine to cons It was a fine wadJin party who wore not with the brit wore hit with old shoes Ami rco When there Is a storm and tho my wife always sots up and lights gas She wants to see tho lightning hen It strikes her Among the preao received a Kansas wedng was an overeat for the groom aid a t of false teeth for tlo bride Tilg Is an incident that needs no ombeJlishuteat es cciailj during August Some womens pin money would be money for others There are Hoopla who do not have to learn to love another It comca nat uralIt is said that they somotitnoa to win but I never snm U lie able to iiiok time one thats doej I S mOil Aag tan bal th thnsh S at dop parses d- Irk yS y sin Those struck lightning the its s diamond Itbt Q A LAKENFELDER COCKEREL A Typical Specimen of a Valuable but Little Understood Creed Tlu re IIIH been luring the last few years a j of ilHenselon as to tin of the LnUenfohler also spelled I kpnvohlor fowl lv ammo it ameinsl 1itat this n devel opted Iti ti middle districts of Franco by repoiitnl erodes of what tare now known as Blue Andulnalaus anl Minorca with the common fowls of till M vtai mrHi as the lihode Island Kes were the of citwtaut Intro ductions of Untr Corhln mid the old Shanghai blood The more reasonable howcvnr Sf that the Lnkenfolder Is really the moire fowl of Tint no matter where he canio fran orlsiaUy It Is certnin that he deserves n I bird Wi T luck Belgium mild enl orig re tit low IjAKUNFIlMJKU XXWrJlKl- iU inory hsdj reRmled in this country wlieiv lie l leitilihi in rita known In body the LakenfeMer Is long with n line car cuss and ll Hi of exceptionally delicate quality Sjnie LnUenfehlora least those which have not boon onorvatod ly too close Inbreeding for feather IIJVP proved t tc as gool layers as the very Innt strains of Leghorns which am generally regarded as egg inachlr u The LaUesifeltfer 1 hardy to a stud bears coutlnement ex ceedingly well although ho Is also an excellent forager anti n comparatively small eater The JaUeu folder does well In a warm clliunto ought to bo particularly valmblo as a farm chlcUon In the of tho country for he really seems to he almost Iirporvlous to cold the Inns laying very ueirly as well In winter as In summer when they are properly broil for t gg production The God Od Cochin Wo nro phased to notice that uianj- jvrlteraaro coming buck to the old iUftUiftMflinst says time heather One writer states that ho yet footers several hundred of time oU Yellow Cochins of the kind that lay so many eggs Another states that he uses Partridge torhlns for the production of winter eggs and dressed poultry for market always caponlzing the cockerels and gaining a good profit from their sale In January Mary persons are pleased to adult tho Cochin fowls as valuable for market producing stock There was a time when the Cochins stool at tho head of the list for market nftd eggs Too many feathers nUll too much cultivation big nonntillty lines made a change In them Light Brahrrns For Profit Properly fed nUll cared fo there are no letter winter layers than tho Light Drabma pullets or yearling They lily large egg of a rich brown color A pullet belonging t the writer say Michael K Boyer of Forum Journal laM 100 eggs from Jan 1 to June I and In her second season Iall eighty egos In tint time For the entire year as a pallet she laid fully 2 egs rile exact we do not have as she did not lay In n trap nest the entire yearAt eight to ten weeks of age Beau inns make choice broilers weighing n pound and a quarter to a pound nUll a half each At four to five months of age they 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