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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 1 o J ot e a M I Y 6V 4 tlgiaigaZlill Record Advertising Costs Nothing It pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates 85QCg3ngKIX3O MM J m ttciI t rnxrS1rXiXjICXXX I L Psychology of Civic Progress Progressive Bostonians striving to improve their city find pessimis tis elements in their citizenship operating as a check to foward The pessimists say that Ihs tons greatness belongs to the past and that the city never can devulope much more anyway no matter how great an cfhm is put forth The optimists favor going ively with ambitions comprehensive plans for city developcment Commenting on this situation the metropolitan improvements com mission for the Boston district re marks in its recent report In forecasting or planning for the de velopement of a city commercially or otherwise it would be a serious blunder to ignore the phychological significance of such widely differing points of view of the citys future The mental attituJe of the citizens of any community toward its growth and future prosperity is an element of no mean importance in the shape ing of its destiny Confidence and civic courage have frequently had power to achieve that which doubt and hesitation would have rendered an impossibility and civic courage which are character istics of western cities help to their rapid progress A mission of Chicago citizens would not think of so much atten don to the doubts of the pessimists as does the body of clement Boston ians composing the metropolitan commission The Commercial clubs report on a plan of Chicago outlining a more ambitious project of improvement than that of the Boston commission contains no apologies of confident hope and for that reason the project is more likely to be realized Yet tvliat wjll move Chicago might not appeal B The community The confidence and civic fcGu rage of Chicago constitute no small of the citys large assets Tile Hopeful Fight for Wealth Tuberculosis will disapear with in a generation among those nations vhere attention to sanitary laws is counted part of civilization That hopeful prediction made by Dr Philip of Edinburgh in a recent address before the British Medical association Contrary to the theories of many this specialists believes that tuberculosis is usually contracted in childhood While he is not sure that milk containing ba cilli is the most fruitful cause of in fection he is convinced that the re latively airless condition of homes and schoolrooms have much to do with the evil An abundance of fresh air is the remedy he urges in forceful terms The result obtain ed by aerotherapy have proved the value of this open air treatment The message brought from the in ternational medical congress by Dr Murphy is one of He believes that the cause of will be ascertained within five years The discovery of the cause is certain to be folllowcd by know ledge of the cure If the first pro phecy is fulfilled this dreaded disease may take its place before long among the infrequent ills of humity Dr Murphys praise for the American research student is grate fying In many a laboratory he is doing his full share in the investigat ing which is steadily reducing the Mortality of acute infections The progress made by men of medical science in the country and abroad on checking the deaths from spinal meningitis diphtheria hy drophobia lockjaw and other dis eases which were attended by terror has been astonishing To re duce the mortality from diphtheria from 54 per cent to t 34 per cent a notable achivement but that is mentioned as only one of a number of accomplishments in recent The emphisis laid upon the himself is worth particular attention There are laws of sam tation which must be obeyed The more civilized the people the their respect for such laws thing is equally true lotion not urged and enforced by authorized representatives of civili zation much of the blame of disease j aheadaggress t f Confidence explain I t j to nt W t r part 1ar ISthe cheer once f t I L individual greater Another If san i is ill movement per I come t paying improvements i ctu Ci11tC another cancer diseases Y z Mr w T t d r ItVOL XI NO 85 GREENVILLE KYf THURSDAY 50c PER YEAR IX ADVANCER7190 pis r t The Fountain Head ofLife Is The Stomach A man who has a weak and impaired stomach and who does not properly digest his food will soon find that his blood has become weak and impoverished and that his whole body is improperly and insufficiently nourished Dr PIERCES GOLDZK DISCOVERY makes tho stomach strong promotes the flow of digestive Juices restores tic lost appetite makes assimilation pcrfsct Invigorates the liver and parities and enrlcfica tide blood It Is the great flcshbulldor and restorative nerve tonic It makes men strong In body active ia mind and cool In Judgement This Discovery is a pure jllyccric extract of American medical reots absolutely free from alcohol and all Injurious habitforming drugs All its ingredients arc printed on its wrappers It ho no relationship nostrums Its every ingredient is endorsed by tho leaders in all the schools o medicine Dont accept a secret nostrum as a substitute this remedy OP KNOWN COMPOSITION ASK men NHIGIICORS They must know of Worlds Dispensary Medical Association Dr RV Pierce Prcs Buffalo N Y MEDIC L II withsecret for provcn many cures mode by it during past years in own neighborhood blood maker tiipA 90 right your and death must rest upon those who have in their power to improve radically the conditions under which human beings live There i hope everywhere if the people will heed Get wallpaper cheaper than ever known Roark has cut the price on every roll in the house and has paper in combinatron of wall border and ceiling to match at from 4 cents Pointed Paragraphs Often the milk of human tastes of the can Many a man suspects his neigh bor as he suspects himself A cynic is a person who makes a specialty of tolling tile truth If a man is a liar It is useless tp tell him so He knew it the time The angels that fear to tread where fools rush in must miss lots of fun f What a lot of unimportant things husbands and wives hide from each otherLots of tell t the truth be cause it is the way to people tTi t JL jC Ohly a idisialerestcdthiria pa tv is able to realize that there are two sides to a question When a man says he is willing to change his opinion if you can con vince him that he is wrong its a sign youll never be able to con vince him Rural Telephones Mr Farmer Make your as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to Nashville Tennessee for information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the southern portion or Indiana and Illionois CUMBERLAND TEI TEL Co Incorporated Pedple who have tried it know that this is the very best season of the year ttflhiiye papering done and folks Who will look will find prices on wallpaper lower than they have ever known There is a genuine clearance sale on and it is the determination to close out every pattern of this goods with the year No p U stocks car reed and the cutting Vof is the trick WANTBOSUCCCSS Magazine wants an energetic and responsible man or woman in Greenville to collect for renewals and solicit new subscrip tions during full or spare time unnecessary start among friends and acquaint ances and build up a paying and permanent business without Complete outfit and instructions free Address VON Success Magazine Room 103 Success Magazine Building New York City 3t Get a set of pneumatic rubber tops for your keys Greatest aid to operation of any machine Roars has them and you are asked to call for a look ups air easiest foo- lS 11 iittH 1hnl WS lu t I home benefits I Roark years t price what F 1t Anyone cans capitals N Y J tJG- I t J kindness men isth Fr headquarters d81s Experience typewriter t ar I Fair Dates The following nfnttip dates fired for holding the Kentucky Fairs far as reported UctUonl October 5 2 days Sweepers clean tho carpets and loots and gather the dirt to be lumped outside and burned Proems stir it in the air to be over and furnishings Use sanitary healthful by using a sweeper Wallpaper at 5 cents per up in combinations of sidewalls border ceiling at Rdarks Get typewriter supplies 0f all kinds at this office Kentucky for UQU us Oweusbord October 5utlllII breathedand furniture rolland and t I rugs means More than nine out of ten cases of rheumatism are simply rheumatism of the muscles clue to cold OT damp or chronic rheumatism In j such cases no internal j is required The free application of Chamberlains Liniment is all that is needed and it is to give quick relief Give it a trial for yourself how quickly it relieves the pain and soreness Price 050 large size 500 il f Int Ml the I IIM l 4i j tl 1full rpki i Jo tpy frr If you nime- tlus wr l0 nniiifloti Pull Co 7 St Ixttton Maw PHOTO AmorlcanPhotographyC Mr Chas W Roark Is 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 n RhOUlnatisnrl every t at certain t lj m tit andS C lilkctRL1Yiq lSlrrt1YIC a aaiue Gr t nlnly iront uaulatnltpeudlanto APD Sra lli- w f1 h n t orrnn1 Y rntrrtttr- a t I 11 Ikunralpltrtr r utl- rIynlc mar t t e- wrhlaw 1uc tn ntrnl 9Indeyc Gro yes raentte tlla apcr 4 tr r a DR J W prices Oilloe m rttiilrw In tho Jones r On DRL J SLAV niiyt Iclnn and feJui Office MiilncroHHtUreoi near Malt i CAM ttOWAKD HOWARD Office In Crtrn Buildln oppcsltrtf OSTEOPATH OIKcs at Home East Maih av Telephone No I Z O KIN censed Auctioiicn CENTRAL CITY uL Terms Reasonable BA fo DEN T ICrown nridgc Work 1 t1 ta f f lfI j Sales Mitle Anywnef i 1t r Boxn j I t 14 and dune at a ab r w I7PhR Y Leda IvY 3i et- elDRIOUEILA e Notary k r 4 is in the Serve vil be to our mutual benefit if you willailowiii The volume and quality of our business the rfUt of each other The better the service we give the larger business lxtlie larger the amount of business given us the better service we can return TH LJROARK ESTATE enville Ky t t t r t t t ow 0 0 I Se1ves The rL Estate carrying c t t Wio j c talent we are able to T l g fQfC to own 1v l Ii rli1 I 1 I to J I I SeiveV t ti I I 111 gLv T II r I 44 t L sea d Yoj4 if Roark dc rtmornts4 best posltlonto r fir 4 I4 Poss ssln 111 t u tot egal nth JCSSlfen 1 ults and cnn therettf nretinae tlib l k res satisfactiony7l1r Y e4 o 1 are ei 4 J 4- s w rt w 1 d S 1 I d a l o g 1 I j j i Union Lock PoultrY r ceSqturn e n e mesh rt i nlrw natkct for poultry rd orchard sad no tMter ttwt than cSttxij Writ Ur lot for rnrpoei UHIOX THICK CO D S Bia Kit C H HOWARD rEIDESAKDiriJ Feathers Tallow Beeswax C 7- fiflfVn YrllmtfHnntY rtk V ere Dealers and can do better for you than or commission i Reference Dank in 1 lie t ping C TDtl IICD IN 135f 220 E Market St LOUISy Oricu L Roark 4els rents repairs typewriters clijjjr nm tf of all kinds and UJUAU in any branch I ThIn n11e d lit JIt I Ion rOt JtICI J J T lJo BUY Ir a tr o t Ills nu Wrile for weekly list ip ool rP SiUJE JI 1 I soli Its 1 Yt I hoer all T p L- iWE rr- t l Sal price tags ar buys I i 1 u f 1IIiII lINGTHEE FOR AND ALL THROAT AND DISEASES PREVENTS AP4D Two years ago a severe cold settled on my lungs nod co completely prostrated me that I wea unable to and scarcely able to stand I tLen tvaa advised to try Dr Kings New Diecovery and after using one bottle I went back to work as well as I ever wag TV ATEIKS Conner Springs Tenn PRICE 50c AND SIOO GOLD AND GUARANTEED BY All Druggists DRM KINGS y COUGHS COLDS AND LUNG III j PNEU i war J r j NEiW SCQVERYI t f f- s d- amey II r Voir can use Roarks furniture polish without cost if it is not satis factory in every way as it is positive guarantee and tit questions asked r i I sounder Very Serious It is a very serious matter to csl for one medicine raid have the one given you For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine Liver Medicine H ble digestion trouble rs tern ly It dean not fnItcto oher It ia better then others cr it would pot be the fa verite lives j vder with n Icrjcr- k3 sale than all others combined SOLD SN TOVJN F AT FACTORY PRICES GLOBE BUGOSES AND HARNESS wrong lAC rrnutttJon of cii riir imedicine rr rcnand vcr c i i A1T tht ccast h rig dickes i We ship al vchlclca Direct from C 0 1 loC to cxmiuntiuti and approvtloii jd jslcelriul injjorUiive to the Web lo 54y Co to oi e who u a Roll to make each hhiiinu tit su h excel Krt value in quality of material firin and of vehicle that it will be a Lasting Ailvcrtlcrmrnt and bring us many orders hi return If you honestly mode buggy I nta prielchsllic Profit you will our pant o y itr Ounnmtro ixnl jinr xi stomcrs B it wouM to n tlenlf r If not as rep rovntinl your money L ruturncd to you You nlio no V munufnrturo VeliicK1 and Uarnrs tnvoour customers Ul onkrs rroiuj ty GLOBE IJUUCY HARNESS COMPANY OVESSBOIO liCrmiCKY No 2T0 TWoINoNE our Fnetor It leave ph and CUMOt wvrkn b ou nn and t Our to tic Nltl ro U mum I Wrile for our Irtoe UUlY nUn I sr s of tilt gtentcst c1 ely deals used Aol Ii si we Iese our c and Gttaqnc Jggffiffl8 ggB Muhlenberg County J- S is rich in coal iron timber potters etc and the most inviting field in for investment ofcapital and pluckf- S S E23SXSS SSS3S IEgSi J 4 sS r t Y1- V clay Kentucky tt O lCURES N r- yaOF y Some women retain their beauty to an advanced w But women w o regularly enduro pain age S rapidly for suffering lasting marks on gr Nearly all women suffer more or less with some 5 1 of female trouble It should not be neglected g Avoid the pain treat yourself at home by taking i j Cardui is thousands of other women have j Begin at once aria give Qardui a fair tr 1 if i OETrs Katie Burllson Gorevillc Ill tried Cardni and writes I suffered kith female troubles and was so sick I could not stand on feet finally I began to take Cardui and soon began to mend Now I am able to do all my housework and am much bettor health than I was before Try it AT ALL DRUG STORM fficers W A Wickliffe President C E Martin Vice John T Reynolds Jr Cashier Ed S Wood Assistant Cashier Urectors W A Wickliffe E J Puryear R T Martin J T Reynolds Jr Ed S Wood C E Martin Geo W Martin J C Beauty 1 r i 1 faJ ip Ii Tb 18Oa B8 ytlct resident Z 3t r 9 2Wiin f n i e r fe- A stA r 3 r s A ec vide t t s The J L Roark Estate furqiturc dealers and undertakers has added to its equip mant in the undertaking department a Francis Engraving Machine as illustrated This machine is ore of the very few in the Stale and goes to show the progressive spirit of the management in providing equipment generally considered necessary only in the larger cities With this machine the firm will how be able to supply engraved casket name plates instead of the stamped stock patterns plates the people of this county will receive them absolutely regardless of the character of outfit purchased The machine has been in the thaw window of the firm for some days and its beauty and the perfect work it does have been admired by hundreds of people Articles of every character can be engraved in much better manner than usually done by hand This machine adds to the most complete undertaking establishment in this The firm has the only practicing licensed embalmer in the county a fine funeral argcst stocks of coffins caskets robes wrappers slippers etc complete sanitary work and disinfection To provide the best in every branch is the itant study of the anagement and the generous appreciation shown by the public has caused still deeper and greater determination on the part of the concern to give constantly improving service and on the most favorable basis With this in view ther features will be added from tima to time as they appear The Francis is fitt d with all attachments for engraving articles of any character and mechanical perfect m of the machine appeals to all public is given a special invitation to call at any time and se the machine rEuJ1ltbtl1g ihtr ttl nil usually Ard while the city undertakers make a of fOJ such cost I cartEar conit i t Ute Thp I 3iranrt ally omployed charge gs without exta f a rr- yN An ladependent Newspaper PRESSOtiTKN Ibex OntgN L ROAnE Secretary ORIEN L KOAKIC EDITOR Teltphoni Ko 72 Office In now annex rear of ground floor TERMS The subscription of the purer Is r T Me in nlrntire and when the time expired to which It In imlil the purer will be stopped Cards uf oliltnurjr uotlreH etc If not longer thnn ten linen will e jinMUhet free A ehnrire of W per line will made for miccee d Inir linen of thin rule to unjroPt Free wimple coplcn will be mulled Advertisement will bn Inserted A rate card III be furnished on request AildreHMaUcomuunlcntlonnnnd mnVe nil re mittances payable to RECORD 1RKSS THURSDAY OCTOBEI 7 IMf Entered the QreenTllle Ky poatofllce ma ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce WALTER C KIMMEL n cnnill 1 t for SherllT of Mnhlrnlicrfr subject to the action of the Republican ron cincttir cocnr cirnK We nre authorized to nnnouucc C S CLIID- UrnmlWnte fur reflection to Clerk pt the MuhlenbcrK Circuit Court subject to the octlun uf the Republican party ran CQUXTT count CLCHK are authorized to announce f II LEWIS n candidate fur retelcctlon to the office of County Court Clerk of MuhlenbcrK county sub ject to the action of the Republican party are at thorlt to announce CEO M YORK n candldnte for rcclectlon to thee pBlce of Jailer ttnbjeot to the action of the Republican party THE record of altitude in aetonau tics has been attained by Sig IMacenza and Lieut Mina in an asj tension made from Milan on Aug ust 10 Their great spherical bal loon the Albatross carried 3600 pounds of ballast at the Start and elevation of 38700 feet or more than 7 miles The aero nauts experienced a temperature of 725 6 dog F and landed near Milan 3 ia hours after they started M de Kruyff of the agricultural bureau of the Dutch Indies at Buitenzorg Java bas published an interesting article on the destruction of rats The various contagious diseases which have been recom mended for this purpose have been found useless in the tropics and have not always proved effective zone Hence experiments will be of general inter est After working four years with numerous viruses without succeeding in creating an epidemic or even killing a single rat De Kruyff ob tained more encouraging result by employing carbon disulphide in the following manner All visible rat holes were first stopped with earth for the purpose ascertaining which holes were inhabited for the inhabit cd holes were on the day Half a teaspoon ful or less of carbon disulphide was poured into each of these holes and after waiting a few seconds to allow the liquid to evaporate the mixture of vapor and air was ignited The result wus a small explosion which filled the hole with poisonous gases and killed all the rats almost instant ly A pound of disulphide costing about 10 cents is sufficient for more than 200 ratholes 131 dead rats were found in 43 holes which were opened after the explosion In two cases 10 rats were found in a single hale The process is therefore very cheap and its results arc immediate certain lira TcltfImes 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 quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the ben efits received Call cr address our nearest office or write direct to head quarters Nashville Tennessee for information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the southern portion or Indiana and Illionois CUMBERLAND TEL TEL Co Incorporated 2 TUt RECORDW IUDLlllnrD TUUnIlDAT14 DT RECORD President 50 HIS PER YEAR IK thank boo Orcensllle at ecoDd1I11 matter Ton cocain county the ontee or We We reachedan jI j Il l 7 iisllki4e i intemperate De foundreopened following andabsolutely I tt f J I b AI 4t1 Long Dhtanee store a ADYAMf uy a port non J1ILLn z r Ka1 J1 S even- sLruy- i J a M t a C I 1t S I C 4 POLITICAL DEPARTMENT Wiled ay Republican Campaign oiinittee ooocr I e e o ty e e e e s p REPUBLICAN TICKET For Representative J P LAWTON For Circuit Court Clerk C S CURD For County Judge R O PACE For County Court Clerk F H LEWIS For County Attorney W 0 BELCHER For Sheriff W C KIMMEL For County Superintendent J E SHAVER For Jailer G M YORK For Coroner J H BROWN For Surveyor JULIAN W ALLEN SHERMAN HAYS For Magistrates First District W R WALLS Second District W J LONG Third District T B JOHNSTON Fourth District C W CISNEY Fifth District 0 T KITTINGER For Constable First District C W DRAKE Second District KM T J Sparks Commended as Cepiwiiwealths Attorney In view of the fact that before the next term of the Logan Court shall convene the term office ot Hon T J Sparks Attorney will and in view of the fact that this the last term of this court at which he will officiate as Commonwealths Attorney He it resolved by the bar of Logan County as follows We commend the uniform courtesy and unbroken fairness always displayed by Judge Sparks in the administration of the duties of his high office While representing the Commonwealth ably cleanly and fearlessly no zeal has made him forget the dignity of the profession or the obligations due to opposing counsel the court the trial jnry and to parties While he has been untiring and persistent in the prosecution of crime he has likewise been just and generous in the protection of the innocent Be it further resolved that we re quest the honorable judge of this court to permit these resolutions to be spread upon the order book of this court as a permanent lestimon ial offeted this bar of the Stood Impartial service of the retiring Commonwealths Attorney r The editorial in the Argus in fiord to the motion for ball for Mr Rosson was a brilliant piece of It was something terrible that the County Attorney agreed that the Circuit Judge might take the typewritten evidence taken in the examining trial of Mr Rosson and on which Judge Pace passed on the motion for bail before the ing court and allow him to Jeter mine whether or not Mr Rosson was entitled to bail We are sorry to note that Mr Lovell was thrown from his horse near Depoy by his horse in a hole in a culvert and the injured We suppose there will be holes in culverts as long as the county uses wooden culverts The planks will rot and it is next to for the road and bridge commissioners to know just when a hole is broken m the numerous cul verts and bridges over the county v The present administration has done its best to keep the roads of the c r X For A essor J lk Commonwealths andappreciate b workand ret politics exam mareS im- possIble TmoB ra Circ cxpi 1 im n cointy in good condition That they have not done so is ad muted by all but the only asks that a comparison of the condition of the roads now with any other period in the countys history be made The administra tion docs not claim to be perfect nor infallible but it does claim honesty and business management of the countys aflairs What harm could come of a joint discussion between the two candi dotes for County Attorney are both attorneys and able to sent the claims of the respective parties If the present county of ficials have been unfaithful to the trust confided in them the people should know it If they have been faithful they are entitled to an If the Democratic can didatc for County Attorney feels unable to undertake the task we arc authorized to that an equal di vision of lime will he given to any Democrat in the county whom Mr Jones will be responsible for The people cannot be fooled by a cry of incompetence and mismanagement unless some of those who are re sponsjble far the utterances of the platform that has been mailed out are ready to furnish the proof Mr HclQlier who has been the legal ad visa of the present county admin istration stands ready to meet in joint discQssion any Democrat that 4Jr Jones will stand sponsor for Jn this way the people can hear both sides of the controversy and will be ante to judgo whether the affairs of the county have been con properly the Precinct Boundaries Wcr Changed In 1901 the boundary lines be tween the magisterial districts of the county were changed In 1902 W to include them in East Bog voting precinct in Greenville This order was made by Judge Sparks in J902 1908 the Drakcsboio voting precinct had become so large that under the law it had to be lessened was in each of the precincts uf Ennja and Paradise but In draw ing the boundary precinct the old line established in 1 901 was followed instead of the one established in 1902 thus put ting those voters between Beech Creek and Pond Creek back in the Drakesboro voting precinct The voters in that part of the precinct protested in 1908 about being changed back to Drakesboro and were promised that the line would bo changed back as it had been since 1902 This the court attempt cd to do thinking that the bound ary as fixed 1902 was the legal lino between the magisterial districts The Democrats filed suit against the judge Upon In vestigation the court was of the opinion that the change made in rocs was not legal and hence set aside the order changing the bound ary back to the line run in 1901 In the matter of the change be twcen South Carollton and Bremen the following petition was filed by voters living in Bremen asking that change be made NOTICE Notice is hereby given to all that maybe concerned that the un dcrsigncd citizens and voters will at the regular May term of Muhlen berg County Court it being May 31 1909 petition said court to be changed from the Bremen voting precinct to the South Carrollton voting precinct and that the bound cry line of sand precincts be so as to read as follows Run ning from Gishton to Henry Pevlers 27 including him in the South Carroll ton precinct thence to the Jacob of Gossctt place including him in the Carrollton precinct April 28th 1909 Signed MARTIN Gun JOIINKV PBVLER J L PEVLBU HBNUY PEVIUU The boundaries as may be readily seen were only changed for of the voters and their request The order made in Bremen South Carrollton I 1s 4 1 ulwa s administration WIlY I f fio iihnof the en W J T urttoch nge fIn precincts f objectedand changed the the i eli eee aeoee ooeore endorsement say acted votetst h rak atid ecGhre as cd the o the bouadar Irakcsb c c IYEYIi 1A1f1lwl a es ere ono onIon arc g On i ill a On 1 ur On Ha On wai published as it was seen th ame said change would change between two magis Inhe Drakesboro precinct the pure was to change back to the bou try as it has been since 1902 Thse facts are well known to the plaints in the suits that were filed and 1 the numerous attorneys who as attorneys It was only to attempt to manufacture some heap political thunder that the sfts were brought instead of io the judge and pointing out the and asking that it be This would have been done a readily as it was done when his ai was called to it by the of a suit Statecent Showing tic CondiCwn of Madenberg County Filed Every Six Months Beginning January 2 tttt andBndingJaly 27 1H9 First National fc receiver filed Jan 2 1906 show ing th amount of receipts and ex penditarcs for the previous six months Record of County Treas urers ettlcnicnts page 12 On haili from former report an if received during the pivlous six months SI1Sri4Oi Paid Atit during the SJUH- Cptliod 3m87 llalnn9 on hand ot First National Bank receiVer hletl July 2 1906 showing receipts and expenditures since last rePot Record of County Treas urcrs settlements page 14 hind and received 81H001H Puld iit luring same period I4280rijflT hand 5 tS 4 j of Muhlenbsrg County SawDigs receiver filed July 2 igbiP sbowing amount from First Nati nal Bank and amount receiv ed frdm May 2 1906 Page 15 re co l County Treasurers settle received 1MU07 1 Jan 2 receipts and expendi res fc rfprevious six months Page 16 Record of County Treasurers settlements n linndand received 81707501 IaidQut during same period 47 7 Uoiaiice on harid 51320034 Report of Muhlenberg County Savings Bank receiver filed July 1 57 showing receipts and ex for previous six months lage 17 Record of County Treas urers settlements On hiind and received SlG0314a Paid put during sjimeperiotl 1577iW Italy ce on hand 3 iO Report of Muhlenberg County Savings Bank receiver filed 4 1908 showing receipts and expenditures for previous six months Page 30 Record of County Treas urers settlements On hund and received Paid out during saute period 0300f- llalanee dn hand 81476145 V Report of Muhlenberg County Savings Bank receiver filed July 1998 showing receipts and ex pendilurcs for previous six months Page 31 Record of County Treas urer settlements hand nod received 19180 jo Paid during same period 477 25 Balance on hund 81440785 of Muhlcnberc County Savings Bank receiver filed Jan uary 4 99i showing receipts and expenditures forprevious six months 33 of Record County Treas ha hd and received S3472303 Paul oJHt during same period 477225 on hand S2ynritjes Report of Muhlenberg JL inog showing receipts and ex for six f Record of County Treasurers settler hat 1 and received S3iS14 i Paid o tdurinp some period 1470232- IJaiantic on hand 820052 1 y The first two of these reports sworn to by John T Reynolds Jr cashie of the First National Hank and Thos E Sumner cashier of the Muhlenberg County Savings Bank TJ source from which the money Iccivcd and to whom paid is 3 2 f I I 1 L the undary tent districts sign them coat d l1ton instit ion byeReput of S131GG Cir r prt ill r IIi rio sum eriott 3 jn S 3 n 4 iifil itr ri flied b wing j pen ltu es S January out County SaiD s Bank receiver filed July penticures months Page 33 It b I t L I i 1 was vet t nl take lice r hula coon 44 Rt ors Bank 4i roar 1 u nf 81 Saviti isl3atik age nut eats t l tot J h3 r ire and for w pti p s is fully in the ports nn ie pages giv en above The Co tty Clerk or either of hi dept es all be glad to show these curt xt any taxpayer who may desire to sec them STATE or KENTUCKY MuiiLKNiiERo COUNTY j The affiant Thomas E Sumner states that he is the Treasurer of Muhlenberg County that as such treasurer he keeps a correct account of all the receipts and expenditures of said count He states that there was in his hands on September 1 1909 a cash balance due Muhlenberg County of 459619 THOS E SUMNER Subscribed and sworn to heron me by Thomas E Sumner this the 4th day of Oct IQO F H LEWIS Clerk By 31 C LEWIS D C The above statement appeared in the last issue of the Greenville RECORD and as its correctness was questioned by some therefore we give the above sxotrn statement front Mr Sumner whom the of tIle county are acquainted with Railroad Money Used lo Pay for Covert Ifonse How Ihc Present Afalnstratton the County One IkoHsand Dollars a Year Whfin the question of financing the building of the court house was being agitated there was an the hands of the re ceircr of the railroad funds several thousand dollars which would not be needed for the payment of the interest on the bonds nor to liquidate any of the bonds before the year 1910 The question of the legality of using the funds was discussed Mr W O T B Panncll were sent to discuss the mat ter with the ablest attorney in this judicial district It was tits opin ion that it could be used He dic fated an order to Mr 3 elcher in the presence of Mr Iamncll and the order was brought Some and passed the fiscal court So as the legality of the matter no question dollars a If the couirly had borrowed one thousand dollar from either of the banks or from in in dividual it would have paid at least five per cent per annum This would have been one thousand dollars per your and would have been gone from the county As it is the interest goes from tne county fund into the railroad fund and pays one thousand dollars a year on the railroad debt As it can readily ue seen from the reports of the reeciM er published elsewhere in this issue that there wilt be plenty of money in the hands of the receiver to niece the payment of the 25000 in bUilds that become due Jitiy i 1910 since the balance as shown by the last re port is twenty thousand dollars with practically none of the 15109 taxes yet collected Sec the Handwriting on the Wall Re ported That the DenhCiats Are Abet te Take W 0 Sctitk Off tfcc Track Wk Will Be tile Next to Bow to the Greenville Ross It is currently reported the cam paign that is being waged by W O Smith for representative is not to the liking of the man who him and that he is to be asked to retire to givr room for some one else It makes little difference to Republicans who is substituted in the place of Smith when he is forced oft the track TheRepubli cans and independent voters of the county are determined that J P Lawton shall be Muhlenberg Countys first represents ive to sit in the legislative in the new capitol W O Belcher Republican face for County Attorney will the voters at the following times and places Pleasant Hill School II near Summers Tuesday night Oct 12 Briar Creek School House Wed nesday night Oct 13 Noffsinger School Houser Thurs day night Oct 14 Morehead School House Friday night Oct 15 Mr T O Jones the Democratic nominee for County Attorney as invited to be present cold prove the charges made in the Democratic platform An equal diVision OL time will be granted him set- out 1 I lc1cher and Mr tho Jc can be j I nominated Mr IsNbIIC Speilkiiir om address use p U Saved real hall e Rices Hand Called Will He Accept an Invitation for a Joint Discussion or will lie Sulk in tke Bashes A Question of Interest to the Public If the voters and taxpayers of the county needs any proof that the Democratic campaign is without merit it seems to us that proof would be found in the failure and refusal of the Democratic nominees to meet their apponcnts in joint dis torsion before the people The re fusal of any candidate to meet his opponent in a fair and friendly dis cussion before the people is to trank confess his incompetency or his reluctance to have his claims closely looked into by public Judge Pace went to his opponent Mr J J Rice with an invitation for joint debates but failed to get a definite answer He has not registered him the following let ter which we predict will be treated in the same way Qctobe 5 1909 Mr J J Rice Bancroft Ky Dear Sir The platform which you are running as the Democratic nominee for the office of County Judge charg es mcompetency extravagance and mismanagement in county affairs against the present administration These charges are either true arc untrue If they arc true the voters might do well to accept your invita Iy th rt tin tion to vote for a change if they untrue Your platform is a catch penny scheme to decieve the people and sinks to the level of common slander I deny each charge and i man would ask no more than this at the hands of his opponent and I do not think an honorable opponent would be satisfied to grant less I invite you to meet me in joint debate before the people that the voters may know the truth I would be glad to have the entire record of administration made a part of the common of every voter in the county before he casts his vote and am willing to do all in my pow er to familiarize them with it I shall take your refusal to meet me in a friendly discussion of the issues as an evidence of your inability to sustain them Kindly favor me with an im mediate reply and oblige Yours Respectfully R O PACE Will the voters be deceived by the contentions of men who refuse to come out and lay their claims be fore the people and make their charges where they may be met and refuted we think not the people believe in square deal It is now up to Mr Rice and the public will await his answer with interest THE RECORD SDC per year J t Jt rare fff Icall on you for proof honest I 1 f f II J know lege 1 j 1 J t1 ttt Ji 1 j 11 5r A art 4 tiA S k Y r yf 4 Aiudltaru tn fIr ifiitljlmbprQ Eouutij jssnriaiuw will Iolh nit all imy mrrlhuj Uaptlct QJljurrlj at Olstttral ffittg rt S MORNING SESSION 11 Oclock Song Before Awful Throne Bible Reading Women as Helpers in Gods Kingdom D Jones In Old Testament Times In the Time of Christ Ex 2510 Luke 23638 Ex 352526 Luke 813 1 Kings 17916 Luke 138 2 Kings 4910 Mark 124144 Nch312 John 41930 Mark 1439 X Brief History of the WM U Auxiliary Ifthe S B C J Mrs Walter Wilkins X Annual Report ofCorresponding Secretary X a Graded System Mrs T L Roll X b Y IV A R A and Sunbeams Mrs R L Bennett c Mrs V X d Training School TW Mrs D Jones X VfM2 Ten Excuses for Inaction in Mission Work Conducted by Miss KFannie Smith fX Methods Mrs X X Is It Worth While Mrs S C Eaves 4r The Immigrant Problem Mrs Murray Parsons i 11 The Flowering ofMissions Mrs W Matlacfc v X AFTERNOON SESSION 130 X Song 3mBible Reading Women as Helpers in Gods ICingdom in X the Apostolic Tunes Mrs Walter Wilkins 5K X Ads 114 Ads 93639 Ads 1212 Ads 161315 Phil 47 JReading Minutes ofMorning Session News from Brazil Mrs C W Roark V Summary 190910 Miss Creel X IMKentucky Apportionment X Muhlenbergs Apportionment Mrs Summers Dean W The Women Workers of the Home Board 190910 Mrs Garrelt Why Our Society Did Not Disband Mrs S F Howey X X Things Japanese Ms A N Whlttlnghlll v JlSeven Reasons Mrs T B Pannell Mission Study Class Mrs Summers Dean II 3X Womens Missionary Headquarters Mrs S F Howey m JmjposQQMrtfQ i 1ItItnntrtfntli inuary1tuinul J ill the 3 J I IX f t t- z z t tJ tr iao 1 R iJjITIRalcliliZ tt Y iLerbislrrkpQrrlek Jy h h h z tMargaret Home iI of Work IV A Lam 1 IL J z z l Lou naan u J 9Y rI L tI N N 1 N N N N 11 N N N N NNNN NNNNNNNNN N1 N MNNNNN1 NN NNN N r v iah i i Mrs II t t ri r x air tz 4 Tr tan t t clock 1 e X t x t When in need of ENAMEL WARE Call on W H BRIZENDINE 6v CO Come nd look over this line the most complete anywhere and a Rockbottom Prices Come see Subscribe for The Record Only SOc I jt l 5 e L i E fi 1 y I C R R LOUt CARD I r1r m a j TIM 105 Clnolnnntl Rxprcaa 101 Louisville Limited 136 Central City itccom SOUTH BOUND NO ins Pnilnrnh mid Cnlrn neoom 121 Acuointnotlntinu 101 New Orleans Special 515 nm 1210pm 340pm Nor 2i 1008 VOC Avroiin Agi LOWLY SERVICE BY SAADI OF SHIR AS fSjiall MiiHllWildln Snmll 11701275 r eo nit the Ktriit Perulun poet who next to Until holitH the nttettlonx of people Ills t known work Uviilleil The HOMJ fUHxtau It I n series of moral storlen In nnil verse The IMHIII Itttow wn trmiMlntcil by Jiimert Fre iniu Chirk I looked whore the were Moomlnp They ntooil nim i grasses niul weeds I Hnlil When suds b nutleH are srowlujr Why nutter these pnltrj weetUf- Weening the poor things fullered We have neither beauty nor bloom W nre yrnxa In the roses garden But the Master jrlven n room Slaves of n penerouH noisier Born from a worhl above Ve came to thin place In hi wisdom We stay to this hour from his love We have fed his humblestvrentures We have served him truly and Hegave MO grace to our feature We have neither color nor wing Yet lie who has made the flowers Placed us on the selfsame sod lie knows our reason for being We are grass In the garden of Hod Give us your job work Coombs buys beet hides Sam Rec is in his new shop Good morning Have you seen any more airships Mrs Herbert Martin of Paducah is here on a visit to relatives and friends x Get a ballbearing Bisscll carpet sweeper from Roark The regular monthly meeting of the city council was held at the city hall last Monday night Miss Vera Morgan has returned from an extended visit to relatives and friends in Princeton A SJeI C McCrackenif yortwsmt ir Political matters arc receiving some considerable attention now and speakers are getting into the field Residences and business houses have suddenly grown very scarce the demand is increasing at a gratifying rate I want to buy hides and top market prices in cash J E Mr James Louis Roark returned to Louisville the first of the week where he enters the Louisville Den tal School for his second year Our electric equipment enables to handle promptly all orders for job printing Give us your busi ness and we insure satisfaction Wallpaper is rolling out Roarks store lively the clearcncc prices appealing to people far and There are no reports of orders having been placed for air craft of any kind this mode of travel will hardly become a fad here this The Sparks circus exhibited at Central City last Thursday and drew a fair crowd The outfit a small one but performance was fail from reports See Mrs Ford in the Greenville Mercantile building where a fine line of millinery is now on display and priced low The Jesse James show last Thurs day night packed the tent which was pitched on the lot just north the Greenville Mercantile Co The performance was not considered up to the standard of last year but the band was better Mr H L Stum cashier of the new Farmers State Bank last week purchased from Mr H C Wilkin son his home on Campbell street the consideration being i 800 Mi Stum and family will at once occupy the house as their home while Mr Wilkinson will move to the DeWitt residence on Cherry street scott Bro florists i66t i f 0 u I M pm 7U pm QCa tO e I I Iru rue It u u I I 4 JY 11i any f 11 J ti I Coo nis t r j J O Mf tfvh i nearto f lhi Jf tt 11 r n 1 II 4o the V ito j ft 1 I Jof J 1 5i JI f jlf J i lip 0 r4i 1i J 7ilp ih tI g for allkinds bulbs planting J A Tap 1 0 bwens oro a II r F j 11Ii r f l of lit4O4Am 1 IiI 2 long o C p Z1 t r it riI1p tt i Sand i will pa I b I T u I i o I JS b b I 3 season wa S S I I 4 S p i 4 I I s 5 p r CallatCouutzlers forfall Quarterly court was in regular session Monday Now its a new meat market and thus the town develops Highest prices will be paid for hides by Coombs The world is already getting dizzy trying to keep its eye on the gyra tions of the air ships is extremely active hereabouts and new records in the matter of price arc being made day Hot and cold baths day and night and Sunday until 1030 a m at Sam Rcc Martins barber shop Mr J B Tunstill this week a residence from Mr M F Watkins on Cherry street and will occupy it as a home Mr Moses Glenn of Frankfurt was here this week on his business rounds and shaking hands with his many old friends Remember that Mrs Ford is now in the Greenville Mercantile where you should call for the very latest things in millinery Mr Dave Kimmel wife and child of near Paradise were a few days luring the week with the family of Mr John P Hill There is a general need of stock water is getting and many cisterns in town are dry Roads are dusty and there is gen eral discomfort Biggest lot of Enameled Granitware at Brizindincs ever shown in town Call and pick out your wants from this 10 cents assortment Mr Frank Greer en route to his South Carolina home stopped off here several days during the week and helped this office out by doing effective work in the composing de partment rboogUtyor i 200 a residericpf Miv J on Cherry street and with his wife will move to town to reside They will be welcome to our city as both already have a host of friends here yellow Jersey heifer with a smooth crop off left ear and a whjtg nose A reasonable reward will be paid for any information that will lead to find the calf Call or ED TRAVLOR Depoy Ky Greenville is attracting many peo pIe from this and other counties our many advantages as a pleasant prosperous community appealing to a large number of people Several people have bought homes others are seeking to rent property and move here The Republicans of the First Railroad district met in delegate convention at Central City last Friday and nominated Mr John P Haswell of Hreckcnridgc county as their candidate for Railroad Commissioner All the 38 counties were represented Get in on the special wallpaper sale at Roarks More than a score of pretty patterns will be sold at very lowest prices There has been more airship balloon talk over the county this week than in any year in the of the county Our people permitted to see the first traveling balloon last Friday morning early and thousands of eyes followed the craft as it passed through the county The sale of the furniture of the late Capt M J Roark was held on the premises last Saturday afternoon and drew quite a crowd The prices realized were fair and everything offered was taken by some purchaser Marshall Pittman cried the sale and Mr S C Eaves who had the sale in charge was well pleased with the result Before buying a farm write for my free farm list of 250 Kentucky and Ohio farms 1 13 A Rich wood Ky Soooj 470 A partly Ohio River Bottom Ky Side 15000 45 A Walton Ky 2200 Write today complete list Frank R Crowe 333 E 4th St Cincin nati 0 2t n Take your hides to Coombs who pays the highest cash prices I alongall Realestate t purchased building h re scarce I Aft from S Miller STRAYEDA ands ands t a nes l very rains address histor wer for Balloon Passes Over County Friday People of Muhlenbcrg had their first opportunity to sec a traveling balloon carrying passengers last Friday when the Indiana a large air craft with 95000 cubic feet gas capacity carrying three men and two women traveled across the county The balloon passed direct over Luzcrnc about 730 a m and was plainly seen by people here Telephone operators were kept busy and so people along the route were kept on the lookout thousands of persons thus seeing the strange A landing was made near White Plains the balloon being shipped to St Louis the two pilots accompanying This week it will be one of the contestants in the races there The ladies and the owner of the balloon returned to home in Dayton Ohio The unusual sight attracted great antI an abundance of talk as everyone was interested in the flight The balloon started from Indianapolis at 5 p m on Thursday landing at White Plains about 9 a m Friday covering 250 miles in its 16 hours of travel which was made without alighting Notice to Ice Consumers After Oct 10 no ice will be sold at the plant in less than 300 pound blocks Ice will be sold all winter at uptown office at J c per pound less than 100 pound lots and at 40C per 100 pound blocks After Oct 15 only three deliveries per week will be made on Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays and on Nov i deliveries will be oc7 J A GILMSVX Mgr Death of Z G Slovail Friday Night Uncle Zack Stovall one of the best known men in this section died of typhoid fever at Depoy last briday night He had suffered a very severe attack but had recovered to be up when a relapse quickly brought the end Deceased was an old soldier was a good citizen kind husband and father and had the respect of all Interment was at Unity graveyard Saturday afternoon and was largely rot mends andthe cpmitmauy htt lost a good man V You can paper an ordinary size room wall border and ceiling at from ioo to 3oo if you will get in on the clearance sale now at Roarks Paper from 4 cents per roll up 1959 Pooled Tobacco Sold Headquarters Muhlenberg County A S of E GREENVILLE Kv Oct i 1909 To the Tobacco Growers of Muhl enbcrg Co and the Greenville districtI to say that all our 1909 pool has been sold at the prices fixed by your board trol as follows A C g D 8 H 6 Trash 3 Tips 5 These prices are for winter handling order and payable to grower when tobacco is received and weighed either of our three regular points delivery Greenville South and Earles This is conceedcd to be the quickest best satisfactory deal that we have ever been able to make during our five years of pooling We arc anxious to have every farmer in the county to be a member of our organization and share the benefits of this sale therefore our board has reopened the pool for twenty days and invite up or initiation fee as the case may out when their tobacco is de livered The doors are man though blind naturally or other wise may walk therein with safety to himself and to his family be helpful to his country and gracefully bear our motto which is now as it were in the beginning Farmers to the front 1 am truly your servant as J F Doss Chm A negro musician who can sing dance play the guitar well and whistle a little better than the best who have been here delighted our people a few days this week by his entertainments on the street In exchange he picked up many a dime Fine Farm Land for Sale- I will sell 76 acres unimproved farm land one mile of town For particulars call or write Dean Lovcll Greenville Ky s y attention successful discontinued sufficient r 1t dr I 1 urcn th Bio 0 i andmost byeu li betaken o the way is easy and so a jn24 tf if1 a eltil- h ttfatttt tEi4t scheduleS alI Carroll- ton plat dyer 5 Preachers Assigned Owensboro District The annual session the Louis ville conference of ri MIE Church South was concluuci t Henderson Monday and the under the direction of Bi r E E Hoss were highly inspiring pleasant in every feature l wing is a list of preachers iWtthe Owensboro district and their assignments for the m iXsirict Beaver Dam A L R F Hayes presiding cIder rjdiun J Charry Center R D Benett Central b Hurmmcll Clovrrport i P Pllonj Fords vile S HiirpcrjCsupplvj Green ville Circuit ISt Ip Ryan Virgil Elginl wiDe W A Grant LewisburgfTU Hayes Lewisport E N Mtcjif J O Sinjlhson Oweusboro Breckcnridge I M Pvgej Owens boro circuit P C Owens boro t A OrtcnsberU i Memorial J 11 Young Wood lawn I C NuunffufRome E E Pate Sacramento J T Dem ombreyn supply Sumh Carrollton R H Harttordj luptensport T R Roberts supply 5v hur Springs R E Bailey BUJ Yelvington W H Hickersbnriistudeot in UmversitViSyfi Gordon Greenville F E J 4W New Goods at Brizindines New Sorghum vaporatcd Goods Peaches Prunes Apri cots Raisins Currants Etc Oats Mackerel Ejcj1 i Mrs Jennie Ei Koarl is the week iti paASjn Springs She is accompanied by Mary Rocrk ceived by Supermj has been re Haver to a week uftthw onspn in with Rev BarbeeisconcluqUnga reviv al service at nloiiand church and is having the ahu Assistance of Rev Eshman uf Ic iVg Green The attendance is lrgej and much interest has already i cen aroused Services are held afternoon and Sale Cheap Good doublebairel breechload ing shot gun 12 guage i GEO ApAMSpN 530 Greenville Ky Mrs T J Morgan and Marie were here a day or so the first of the week with relatives They were en route from TJeaver Dam to Nortonville Mr Morgan has se cured the management of the Nor tonville Hotel which has been in the hands of decorators and for a month and will be newly furnished throughout The place will be conducted on a high plane as Mr Morgan is aril experienced man and will build up a large patronage at this important junc tional point The place will be opened to the public very shortly County Union Muhlenbcrg County Union A S of E will be held III court house Greenville Ky on Thursday and Friday Oct 7 8 1909 Local will send delegates accordingly Please bear in mind that in addition to the regular routine of business there will be two board members to elect on the county board and one to represent the wool department J F Pres 323 M C UnA S of E BOYS GIRLS Columbia Free Greatest offer out Get your friends to subscribe to our magazine and will make y present of a 4000 Cot i best sk tor particulars free outfit circular telling How to Stari Address The Bicycle Man CM 31 East 22d Street New York City N Y 3t Old papers for sale ai Uils office i c 1il o r o ting nd Owcnsb ro 1J ell T it U Hartford VII 1all Frazer liveD I vb j Vanderbilt 1 n oar 4 Madison hllf flI J Fttileni nice 1 ltses prices r a 1t1iln e eec J H If th C For carpenters unions we I Bicyclethe Ta yearS it liver- more Brandon spending Elizabeth Saturday will ii- of county scloolv teachers- 5 and a check fur abo r cover the flrsii of the teachers in tibi s Giv 1ckliffe ii meat Iders ewsIiop best c d1ier- v1ift d Ga- J6ns hatgee spendiiig tr a tricity I11rINAN eveningS Doss mad I iS Our Name 1has been before the public for 30 years most of the time right on the spot where we are now located Our Aim fconstantly has been to sell the best goods in our lines at the most reasonable prices Our services are of the highest grade j our wares the best and our equipment compares with the best of the larger cities We endeavor constantly to increase our V usefulness i Our Claimyour patronage is based on a service the duration of an ordin ary life time and a square deal assured every one Tlie accum ulated experience and knowledgs of this third of a century ere at your command Ibe J L ROARK EstateORIEN L ROARK o j v 0 So Is r l0J lJJ J iA J lQI lOt I lJ J tDJ J OJlOr ti1 io 1l ii i5t iS l t t L r l i fJJ J SL io l0t 1 h F 5 I- Aq iv il tW Air j- On t Ah 1 L ManagerS lW Ft J A URNITURE UNERAL Death of Mrs Mary E Eaves Mrs Mary E Eaves died of chronic nephritis at her home in Oilaido Via at noon last Sunday The news was a shock to her and friends here as her had been favorable until a few hours before death Mrs Ewes had movedfrom Florida four years ago by her daughters Mrs Min nie Allison and Miss Mary Lou Eaves and all had been bcnefitted by the climate The body was brought here for burial arriving at noon Tuesday and Rev F E Lewis and Rev R C Love the funeral service at the Methodist church at 330 p m The church has lost one of the community survived by fie chit i dren three sons and two daughters Mr William Eaves and D C Eaves Fayetteville Tenn Mrs Minnie Allison and Miss Mar Lou Eaves Orlando Fla and Mr George Eaves of this city The moving picture show has closed but the skating rink will open and thqs will pantinue a source of amusement and congregation Wickliffes new meat shop near the Babtist church is open and ready for business Free delivery Tele phone No 279 The Registered POLANDCHINA NOXAL WONDER No J5K sire PerfectWonder accompanied conducted its de ttdii I dutlll BOAR relatives condition hereto ers and u- 5cveI thtdyCbr1Etlai 11 She is D I39 1035 Distance TetepUoaes Store 72 Home 133lIe n f I11Itr l J J s l t f i i aiJ t tI i5 c ij ffLfL dam CtUEEN QUALITY a fine individual from a perfect strain of prize winners is now in service at 106 cash in hand only The patronage of the public is solicited J E COOMBS net wallpaper Cheaper than ever known has cut the price on every roll in the house and has paper in combinatron of wall border and ceiling to match at from 4 cents up WANTEDSUCCCSS Magazine wants an energetic and responsible man or woman in Greenville to collect for renewals and solicit new subscrip tions during full or spare time ISx perience unnecessary Any one can start among friends irul acquaint ances and buiUt tp a paying and permanent businos without capital Complete uiu and instructions free Addrcs VON Success Magazinej Room 103 Success Majnine Building New York City aN V 3V Bear in mind that Roark has splendid oi stock ready for deliv sample books of the finest uade which can he procured notice after selcctiou r I ark selectk ns per in 4 vall cry pape oush I I Desirable Property for Rent Man with family cxpcricnceil ia poultry dairy and truck fanning wanted as tenant on desirable prop city in town Good residence out buildin s ample fine water ish enacres good Un fruit trocs etc AS attractive proposition for energetic competent mah Iine and grove and in the healthiest tion of the city Apply to this office supplyof r I lawnS Fur Sile A secondhand cock stove ami two sewing machine wag ons Apply T M Morgan Feeding Farm Hands Every farmer wife knows what tre appetites farm hands usually Pave but while they cat well they work well too Heres n good suggestion about teed ing farm hands Give them plenty of Quaker Oats A big dish of Quaker Oats porridge with sugar and cream or milk is the greatest break fast In the world for a man who needs vigor anti strength for a long days work The man that eats Quaker plentifully and often is the man who does good work without excessive fa tigue There Is a sustaining quality in Quaker Oats not found in other foods and for economy it is at the head of the list Besides the regular size packages Quaker Oats la packed In large she family packages with and without china Q Best meats of all kinds at Wick liffes new meat shop Telephone No 279 Notice to File Claims All persons having claims against the estate of J S Tooley deceased are notified to present the same properly proven to me for settle ment oc 7 31 B C TOOLIIY Admr 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 tobid on your contracts R C McCRACKBN If you want job punting the best can be had at this office f I tn louR Oat s 17 I FIlLERS IRECTORS LU S z 4 o ChewtBlossoni3 JZCn QIY2 GOOD HXAWIL2 It ia a cf BlaeBCi Land that a healthy stomach in 1 basis cf rJl Good nature I nbo recognized tVJ of iraportnncr The as a people txro able for tluir p tienco and ekHI The tree the mos Ugh1 prized of nil ia It net on foti A bcauflful blossom but i t 13 moot prized in mcdicino IJr J I t 4 l cherry treu furnishes n bark i o reman is e cLve t7lt Vid Cherry Prurius VZrgiKitm I I STATHS Li The UnITJ o t a I11JCtauthority en methanes rr va rt l i t 1 this Llai Chcrrybarlc Uniting with a power I i property of talmirg ri1 norvo a ore liability Adapted to tUo trcstrnrtb o thcro ia debility c the rch or of iho system Anotlior T r iliorir Diurc bi 70RY sa s 1 i md Btrqftglx- i3 atiGVvuui IK B cnd omd rce i ijftf This a very important native medicinal roota Goldcn Medical Disco cry This is a which lies en the public approval for nearly ira new or untried about it has cured thousands of ol those chronic weakening diseases 7hich are accompanied ft SUCh as incipient con sumption More tItan that by rcasoa of tho other ingredients Mandrake and Qucenat root alt of the modicinrl virtues c which nre scientifically extracted and combined in Dr Golden Moo ical Discovery remarkable cures of stomach dicordcw bavo been accomplished Dr Pierce discovered that chemically pare glyc erine of proper a solvent cf thd activo indigenous or native iilcdicmrl than alcohol As iUi iso Lt entirely wlitlo alcohcl is well known when uwd oven ii smell for a protracted poriotl to do lasting sja women nnd children l decided to uso instead cf tho employed alcohol uv the preparation mediclncg besidea being harmless in medicinal properties of value Its Dr Pierce believes fnr BnrpoFS UIOGO cS cod liver oil entitling it to favornbh consideration in all cases cf incipicn consumption and It on tonic alterative rnd owes its virtues to Natures Dr Pierce is only J t ton1 0 jirri llion I1Im ur M mCA1r h O Ii cn13 pre crathe medicinal residing itt most of i to J 11 cane ef St1 g 1 cns esc tI scasi stain 1 us I NJ z v BloodrootS our r tarn tho tre He Natures Gzrdcn Ecicntiuo gar donor who Irow3 how to jvi Ifr to euro our TLn preparr tion ia cf pleasant taste wilh and sensitive ctomachs and is extremely effective in restoring tone to the entira Itcures inflammatory trouble i of the stomach na ns and dyspepsia arising from reason why it restores the health of rundown and ema ciated people is because it first thrown reconstructive vorls in building u flph by first makiag red blood Th9 Golden Medical Discovery n made in a equipped with every scientific at are in chargo of the laboratory with nearly a score of rkilled amt employed to sorutimrc deter mine and prescribe thcso remedies an1 other means cure ns seem best BuitcJ to thounanda of cases of chroms diseases which come before them lOt treatment each year It noth to write to II V PiercQ ths head of this Institution at Buffalo N Y and on accurate medical opinion in special case tciaHy charge One of the 250 Kentucky and Ohio farms I have for sale near Walton Ky 80 acres level and rolling land good house two barn tenant house 14 3 A to bacco at one halt down Send for free farm list Frank R Crowe 333 E Gmcin jialj C at Patronize new barber shop near Max Weir corner combine Um plants AVCfl Natun t I sti l 4t out the train the blood throirg 1 the liver and ki nCjJ It t t cemi 1 jr1r o tfr f our and 0 It 1Acorn 33oo 4th St j N i 1il r i 0 ts SiS rrccs i weal 4 ten its appliances 5r 4 5 l die ROARK Shades Moldings Goods Coffins Caskets Wrapper Slippers Vaults ROARK xe It k4 It 0 If cI I h 0 p W llp er j t r RI a rr w A e- j i f y 3 r a aFtrni ore a er ers Robes rave isin ec ion HARD TO BEAT FOE KERV2 Pennsylvania Turglar lleved In Making Himself Cern fcrtable While He Could For pnre nerve and cii scilness a burglar of Pn now holds the long distance record lie got into the house of aged William u- Crosley the other night ransacked it of everything he wanted null then concluding it wns a coM irght nod a long time till daylight ho got into bed with Crosslcy and went to sleep pulling most of the covers over on his side awhile the old mall woke np shivering and tried to pull lithe blankets hack Then he d covered the intruder who swore at being disturbed and told told man Crossjey to lie still Cro3S Icy discovering what was up did ao and Mr Burglar wrapping the lionra shore of the clothes about him snoozed until dawn anti then de camped with most of Crossleys household Crossley is glud however that ho left the bedclothes EVOLUTION I I nly lmrrt 4 After o i i r r EvIC dew Will e vigorously ells ta 1 I Ho comes of a wealthy family J W bbrn without nn arpandlx I WAYS AND MEANS A couple of girls after the man nr of girls since the world was voting were recently discussing the cHairs of their various friends I dont FCC wly in the worM nrn lets that little snob Charlie Jilntik comq to see liar so often I the dark haired one said They arc to almost constnntt- Jlnm the blood commenter with n world Iv wise little smile Well 1 wouldnt friend nssercd He is not good Ming and has suU ugly ways Vl per njs lc has ugly wars lilS fh handsome means the olla er sail and soncliing very near a c h got past the piece of fudge she hastened to put into her mouth Fundny Magazine TO LIVE AMONG LEPERS Mr Frank II Parker of Mai den Muss with her hus latch to take up her permanent dence in the leper colony on the island of Penikcse Dr Parker was recently appointed superintends of the colony lie has for a long lime lien a shulent of the disease and is firmly convinced that he cnn greatly relieve the sufferers It is raid that before accepting the he consulted with wife expecting her to oppose his acceptance because of it would entail Much to his sur prise she was not only willing for him to go but further insisted on accompanying him LIPTONS SMOKING Sir Thomas Lipton is a very man and many smart replies are placed to his credit Here is one which occurred at the time of the last cup race when he was in Ameri ca His host brought out a box of very fine cigars and handed them him I do not know whether you will like cigars Sir Thomas he Fluff What do you generally was the quiet reply SCARCER THERE THAN HERE Miss Blanche Bates the eminent actress in the course of a luncheon she gave at Sherrys New York to her slater artiste Miss Ger ald inc Farrar said a witty thing shout In heaven we are told she re marked there is no marriage nor giving in marriage She smiled and added Xo wonder when there not enough even here to go round 1ftrAf br1IQn shUlIdD 11 lIe dH S i cc 1 thut I 1 hns o 1- 1 I s 7 q t 0 j c j t in to c I JUt lI iiI r r i ty k fd A ri rboth ho t i res K 1 a y ointment Ii the sepantti p wit 4 t these Macon f l fiat marriage- S II x on BEGINNING WITH SHEEP Skill In Shepherding Is the Kcyncta to Success Lot me ailvlw the boginucr to start with n few rheop nys W ColTcy i of the University of Illinois Observe them closely nUll often tool attempt to lenni their natures Tills more than anythtn i le will teach you how to them You t o not have tj live with but ns an old succesafi1 Hhophcrd The shadow of the shepherd should be ov r them Tim i anticipation of their UN null needs is the highest test of the nhephenls skill cull It is this that every beginner Bhond ret out to learn The Keynote t successful sheep hits bandry anywhere la skill In shepherd Careful selection of foundation stock Is nil Important The owes should be strong la constitution healthy and active lly the term healthy we mean they b tree tram such Internal pnrnlte as Btoraach worm tape worm etc The farm that has not hue sheep on It for a number of years Is usually clean and If the beginner Introduce ii3 Infested sheep upon Ids farm ho greatly reduces the chanced of attack from parasitic diseases Active ewes with strong constitutions usually our e well and impart rapid growth tj the lambs which L a very Important tau tor In making lambs prime for an carry market where thsy nearly always sell at fancy of tho Dest Crosses One of the best crosscu is to breed n good pure bred ram of any of the Down breeds upon ewes having a strong Infusion of Merino blood lie sides weight of fleece ths Merino also Impart hardiness wills the Down blood ncouvfa a carcass which meets with fivor ou tho market Uowaro of Indiscriminate crossing or the alto of Inferior grade rams because either mcthVl In lack of uniformity and quality lu the nod Helping Out th Pastures Aside from allotted pastures the lock should have a chance occasionally at tho nejjlocteil places They enjoy cleaning up sucli cornora llapo cowpeas or soy beaus sown In the corn Just before the last cultivation furnish excellent forage In early autumn for lambs retained for yearlings Often the breeding ewes can be given a brief ruff upon this Rowing to Hush them In preparation for the breeding season A small acreage of winter rvo servos well to satisfy the ewes and Inmbs la early spring until the pasture grasses tdicxl BMffielrit ffiwvtlr f grazing In winter footling If the grower has some leguminous hay such as clover or cowpea hay lie may usc the grain that is cheapest and available The General Purpose Farm Horse Many farmers get the Wen that nil they have lo do Is to breed their non Rescript mares to some leggy coach or hackney to get n general purpose form horse We have seen hundreds of colts from this kind of breeding and must say that not G per cent of them arc even fair specimens of the general put pose horse whlo 00 per cent cr more are failures from every point of view writes a brooder In Denver Field nnd Farm We have seen much better ro suits when the coach stallion has Leau u finer and more compactly built one or when n hackney or American trot ter of compact smooth muscular type hits been the slro These observation lend to tho conclusion that this plan Is tho surest one to bring somo measure of success In producing n gen eral purpose farm horse THE SWINEHERD Have plenty of help lu handling tho hoary hogs Hogs should bo hung until thorough ly cooled out before handling or remov ing to the cellar rigs showing signs of thumps should be stirred out of the nest toots and vegetables together with scraps from the house should be given to the hogs One of the best foods for young pigs middlings says the Fanners Advo They will do well on it when mixed with water It mixed with milk Itls n better fool and whey Is superior to water stony breeders make the mistake of keeping the herd boar lu a small dirty pen and provide no yard for him to ercise In lie should have a strong pen and a yard of about an acre away from the rest of the herd Pigs of about the same age and size thrive best when confined lu yards by themselves They look better food better nnd sell better A good rule to follow Is to make large yards and notcouflnc the pigs on too small an area Small or weak pigs can be nourished the bottle containing warm cows with a little sugar added Clean disinfected yards help keep the cholera away A good hog house means good hog business Additional experiments nt the experiment station confirm the results nt the Vermont and other tlons that for young and growing hog slightly sour milk Is n better feed than sweet Get the hogs to market when are properly fitted When they get heavy mad do not cat readily they an fitted When they get tat and to a gool weight gain or weight is put nt an Increased cost Save your breeders from the sows that are the best mother- A quarantine pen Is necessary on every farm where bogs are kept and should be made tight Any new hogs that come Into the herd should be pine ed lu It and confined until nil danger Is past I I I s e I I t I 111lc 8 One nail 1m l o 1 isIs ext toon Toronto t 4 t I t J r I lit them sold results I lath n ill try iium s taw j brightens and preserves everything about the home is no or dingy lookIng furniture or woodwork in homes where Liquid Veneer is is clean wholesome sani tary Veneer can be applied by anybody anywhere at any time there is no muss to up There are no cans no pots no brushes There are no sticky hands or urfaccs Simply moisten a of chcccs cloth wipe off the surfaces as you would do dusting Just try Liquid Veneer and see how sweat it will make everything 4oz bottlo 25o 12OT bottle SOp eCLD C- VW H BMZENDIffi 0 I I u II usedall po e afterward A Little Good Pabt in TbieSvss delay you nvney Th aKiiRji3ir n rort ore w the Vi lt Lumber cnrij too rruh to it dacsy xnl o a liuSe pairs It coJeu to IUT than In o with out use nons but p uu ca ork GARTER Pure LnwiC1 Git The laud f a e sever crJa o cnVas only y waai v5ft tel t Let m hyax you ien rosily to PA We giiartntec n iir r end Unrablc rut Doat put it oil J H HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 to tako Cardul for your female troubles because we are sure it will help you Remember that this great cmalo remedy fit f cro t i bpd 5b klrf Pure LAliTe i I Ir L r1t east dr job nee 1 ruuttJuJcost ctti for cut sad iba txriivrr Ficatr with 0 WeLk You H In iJf lias brought relief to thousands of Jt clhcr skI women 20 rhy net to Vou For headache backache periodical pains tomato a many have said R Is best medicine to take Try it I SoM in This GO YEARS EXPERIENCE weakness litho J CIr TRADE MARKS r DESIGNS rr M COPYRIGHTS c Anyone sending a sketch and description may quickly nsrertniii our oilnlon an Couiraunletu tloinMricllTcoiillrtontlal on IntctiU tent Uitcst for nccunu putonU IntcnU taken JIunu A rccolr without chnrao lutho A h n t Illnnfratpd weekly clr Inn of nor ricntlU i 3 a nionllis tU KoiJ ncwailc ler Branch omeo C3 V SU WRetluutoH D Tbs Is on every box of the Laxative Tabicu- Uia icmody that cure n cskl 1 ono daj IS tree 0 nf8fit Jl neriaJJlr est Con 0 rPQuinine u Put o n racy 0- of cons car lour Ly all eNu d 0tI 0 gear Ill Furniture Moldings Wall Paper We carry on oUr floors and in our ware rooms the largest variety of Furniture in Muhlcnbcrg If we do not have what you want we will get it for We have factory con nections with makers of the finest goods in the country and through Our Special Order Department can supply any exclu sive articles at leas prices than city stores or mcil order Our Picture ant Room Holdingstocks are always complete Wallpaper Is a staple article of being used all year round And we always full selections prices 5 cents and up per roll Engraving Machine Is the only one in this part jof Kentucky and we are exclusively prepared to supply individual Name Plates which we furnish on all outfits without cost Usdertakiiig and Embalming Coffins Jn White Enamel and Stained Varnish finish Caskets in White Enamel Natural Woods White Colored and Black Cloth Covered allMetallic and Copper lined airtight Caskets all lengths and regular extra and double extra widths Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes constant ly in stock delivery Burial Wrappers Suits Dresses Slippers etc ifl large variety Our two licensed Embalmers respond at once to calls for such services Our general equipment is complete and of highest grade v We have a Funeral Car in service sub ject to call ISTTwo Private LongDistance Tele phones Day 75 Night Home No xcS W Residence tsayards from store Prompt hour day or night hKOAKK ESTATE DRIER L MARK WateV TilE 1ATTI CMICAdO REDUCED Monou New Schedule of Fares GIg Way and Round Trip The Mon on Route announces that it will henccfprth sell tickets between Louisville aivd Chicago at 6 one way insteaHof 8 as formerly and 12 round trip good thirty days of 16 Patrons are offered exceptionally good ser vice by theCMonon vhich on night trains from Louisville operates and Drawingroom as WcU as the usual straight sleeper The day trains have and Dating cars and the very finest modern new coaches In quiries cheerfully answered by E II Bacon D P A Louisville Ky Slogans Sewing Machine lighter than any lasts longer any is more beautiful titan any has less vibration than any other is easier to operate than any other makes a more perfect etitch than any other is beat of tined in one FREE SEWING MACHINE CO CHICAGO M ILLINOIS T M MORGAN SON Afts Fresh wallpaper at Roarks at scrap prices almost All of this seasons patterns must go with the season cut prices will hustle the J iRl1Urlttg tnrL IrIng you now th have EJltjJtJP 1I9 EUJrnbj1tJ tv Our Robes servi Rolf 4l1 ouitcCS S returntngtp cad S Compartment Pullmans Parlor i 1Jpf E E- I 1JfFREE j than other FREE other m1EE R1EE mEE fREEthe allcom c 1 merchandise extra for immediate anywhere Store No Any REVOLVING rlaelE01EAE WM1 fAfl J KALL1Ll KANSAS cmr Ito i rubs goods Monon Route UETWKBX Louisville and Chicago IEST TO California anti the Vast Northwest Two trains daily French Lick and West Batten Springs UNION STATION LOUISVILLK DBAU IOKN STATION CHICAGO Dinin and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E H BACON D P A N W Cor 4th and Market Sts LOUISVILLE KY Give your job printing orders to TilE RECORD 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 Give me an opportunity to bid on your contracts R C McCRACKEN Wallpaper prices at Roarks are lower than anywhere and the selec tions are very complete now KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS New Kings Ill l I I I s 17 WITH Brit Uliscowsry 1 f particular FOR cOLDS OUCH PRICE COo Trial Cottie Free 4 AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES OB 1COMEY REFUNDED A Bissell carpet sweeper last longer than jo corn brooms costing from 12 to 15 the cost 3 to 575 See them at Roarks and have other advantages than the moneysaving features ex plained Have You Been Stock1 S GUARANTEED SATISFAOTOB sill sweepers on a Wallpaper deal Tire man who buys without 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have ALL SIZES in I bn Cfxmrcal Co p We Stock- S T THE CU1ilNG FLOiJR KL Dale 0 1 frOF 7HE Entire Wheat f- It contains four limes the nutriment oh tVhite l lour without the coerce hritating- f indigestible woody outer husk of the wheat 1 4Skernelor coarse flakes of bran which have vrS no food value but arc unavoidably present in all Graham 1lor or 1Vlieat Steal y 62nv of DkRostion Pcrf rtt In Aslnulatlon- a rhomu hlJ Nourlahns Evorv Part of tan 13otf SOLI by All Lading Grocers Be sure taut our Trade Mark is on each Barrel lF TUB 11t11rLIN MSLLx Ca LOCBI ORT N T- P4 r t MflFiT75 irinMI iGPOWD ri Cures Cholera Infttnlufflf Diarrhoea Dysentery and the Dowel TrcuWt of Children of yrty Aids Digestion i i eguiates me Biwdj Strength eiu the Cnild and MAKES EASY I THING r fl Tk Costs Only 25s at Druggists or mail 25c h C J UlOFrEiT M D St Louis Mai Mother Hssitato no longer test save tae health and life of your child thousands have done Ity giving thcso powdct is easily given and counteracts 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