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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 Record1 Advertising Costs Nothing It pays for itself sure of returns The investment is Get our rates fi1iiifi ttXktXI itu it AtlX XUCIlci IIlN i 1 j Fun At The Table It is astonishing to one who has trol of the nervous system or rather of the emotions the entire digestive apparatus is It is a matter of ex perience that the appetite is under the subjection of the feelings al though not of the will The im pulse to celebrate any good news by a dinner is founded upon the fact that when one is pleased and elated hunger is excited In early times this hunger was gratified on the as the thirst too often is now but the modern man usually defers his cat r ing to a suitable occasion The loss of appetite caused by bad news or misfortune of any kind is too well known to need more than mention Worry or physical fa tigue will often act in the same way The same cause that destroy the appetite will arrest or greatly com mon experience that any disagree able occurence during or just after a meal will stop digestion and many bring on a bilions attack with headache nausea and a coated ton gue Concentration of the mind or anxiety will act in the same way On the other hand as the appetite is stimulaten by good news and elation digestion is favored by promotes gaiety and high spirits Laugh and grow fat like so many popular sayings is an expression which contains much truth Dys pensia is a malada tint will seldom be found in the family where the dinner gives occasion ot cheerful talk and where all and disgruntlement and especially quarreling are under a ban Every member of the family should make it an absolute rule to put worry and all thoughts of business aside cal reason that this appetite will be better and his food will taste better and will be better digested In this connection it goes without saying that bills and disagreeable letters should never be the paniment of the morning meal be cause a day started with chagrin is a very hard day to straighten out Telephones Mr Fanner 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 or 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 lllionois CUMBERLAND TEL TEL Co Incorporated SelfMile IivalUs In searching about for the of various diseases modern men of science have found that not a few ail ments arise from poisons made by ourselves or at least made within our own bodies This process is appropriately called autointoxica tion or selfpoisoning In other diseases again there is no of poison but there is a maladjustment of parts or more or less deformity the effects of which the system endeavors to correct with the result ot a strain to the nervous system oftentimes spells ruin to health or even to reason Intestinal autointoxication is one of the greatest producers of morbid of actual diseases run ning from headache dizziness and indigestion to venous mental nervous breakdown or even actual insanity Selfpoisoning from the waist that ought to be eliminat ed through the kidneys is also very common although in this case the kidneys being actually diseased so of a I momentjust whatever t f andmirth worry f it and tocolFe to the p ft t Itrlti1itb otf Jupot1th JhiiJ accom oral i F 10 r ii tt 2 t s rt f J r t symptoms disturbances products J thoughtfully everyday accompanying t mental t J or the moment ti zee trd- ut but t 4 4 y tr rr V y 3 manufacture ti th ly Yce a li ItVOL XI NO 36 GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY 50c PER IN ADVANCEllJ t909 YEAROC x A Poor Weak Woman As she is termed endure bravely and patiently agonies which a strung man would give way under The fact is women are more patient than they ought to be under such troubles Every woman ought to know that she may obtain the most experienced medical advice free of charge and in absolute confidence and privacy by writing to the Worlds Dispensary Medical Association R V Pierce M D President Buffalo N Y Dr Pierce has been chief consulting physician of the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute of Buffalo N Y for years and has had a wider practical experience will headache blindness convulsions coma and other symptoms of the kidney disease Nevertheless they arc in reality due to automtoxica The diseases due to defective elimination through the skin are not definite or so easy recognized The function of the perspiration is probably more to cool than to eli minatc although some waist is doubtless cast of through the skin There is a tradition concerning boy taking part in some celebration whose entire body was gilded and who spedily died from the effects of closing all the pores of the skin The story is probably made up but the lesson it teaches of the need ot free elimination through the skin is valuable and ought to be heeded Another source of poisoning or of reflex nervous disturbances is the teeth Decayed teeth especially decayed roots have occasionally caused deafness or blindness and the reflex in itation from teeth set too close together or growing in directions have been produce serious mental disturb ance The chief lesson of the discovery autointqxicatrpn asva factor in by goo1 and every six L competent dentist Thus it is possible to detect the first signs of defective or poison production any great damage is done Bovsl GIRLS Columbia Bicycle Free Greatest offer out Get your friends to subscribe to our magazine and we will make you a present of a 4000 Columbia best made Ask for particulars free outfit and circular telling How to Start Address The Bicycle Man 2931 East 22d Street New York City N Y 31 Martyrs to Aviation Tradition asserts according to a writer in the Scientific American that the first to sacrifice himself to the problem of flying was Wang Tu Chinese mandarin of about the year 2000 B C who having a pair of large parallel and horizontal kites seated hmself in a chair fixed between them while ortyseven attendants each with a candle ignited forty seven rockets beneath the apparatus But the rocket under the the mandrin and so angered the that he ordered a paddling for Wang Then there is left in stone a account of experiments by U Assyrian priest who attempted to fly from the temple of Baal The next victims of aviation were cer tain criminals arms and legs the ancint Loucadians annually with wings of various design were then hurried from Rock of Sapphos Leap a boat awaiting them in the sea below to give them liberty should they suc ceed in solving the problem The first fatality of the kind in the present era seems to have been a Roman who during the reign of Nero attemped to fly high in the air over the Eternal city with a pair of wings at Pcrouse fell upon the top of St Marys church and broke his leg The prior of Tongland in 1510 before the court ot Stirling donned feathered wings and leaping from a tower of the castle fell into a heap of refuse Allard a tightrope performer was crippled by a fall while trying to fly before Louis the at Paris about 1660 ii abnormal known- to SiIiI rD WPft car 1t1 art r before Bicyclethe constructed I placed chairexploded burnt partial Mans an whose andwho I 1i r I J4f I ion atol f that otter physician elimination emperor fitted Grand- e ja 1 t ttl C l q 6 fC t 9co 4 5erVes 1y I l r fJP The J L Roarl Estate com l all ul the best PQsition to alfi t c lrtr Ie b to your own sabsfacbon X J v 1 Y Jij htItV e our lgj The volume and quality of out business result of each The better the we give larger get the amount of tbusiness given us the better service we r EJL ESTATE Greenville Ky ft A jci 1 w r ight 4f- a Aa carry ing ee in departments is i r 4 Serye tlfi talent r r arc to riti Ii nark tic aid flue 4 fore t 4 4 tihr- fjhtServe e It fI s t be to our mutual benefit if yell will a ionY4ii toy1 9er1 Marc the other service the business larger thewe canlglve imreturn 4 ROARK 40 a b b b b b b b b b b b b b AND rhnfoRntPh7lntrresurtrlaly qllallon free If You nenllon taper r ltttwIGdp6 twtnhiyrrleconte4t4 aWdan rn caml Smiple cop tie Amerlcan Photography e lkacon SI the treatment of womens diseases than any other physician country His medicines arc worldfamous for their astonishing efficacy The most perfect remedy ever devised for weak and deli catc women is Dr Pierccs Favorite Prescription IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG SICK WOMEN WELL forth Plain English in the Peoples Medical Adviser 1008 pages o newly revised nnd uptodate Edition of which clothhound will be mailed free on receipt of 31 onecent stamps to pay cost of mailing only Address as above in The many and varied symptoms ofwomans peculiar ailments are fully set in Get a set of pneumatic rubber tops for your typewriter keys Greatest aid to operation of any machine Roark has them and you are asked to call for a look Sweepers clean the carpets and floors and gather the dirt to be dumped outside and burned Brooms stir it in the air to be settle over furniture and furnishings Use sanitary healthful means using a sweeper Wallpaper at 5 cents per up in combinations of border and ceiling at Roarks Get typewriter supplies of all kinds at this office rugs breathedand by rolland side vaHs More than nine out ten cases of rheumatism are simply rheumatism of the muscles due to cold or damp or chronic rheumatism In such cases no internal treat meat is required The application of Chamberlains Liniment is all that needed and it is cer tain to give quickrelief Give it a trial and see for how quickly it relieves the pain and soreness Price 250 large size Soc RhounlatiSlul ofevery free- e 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mortal was ever afflicted with and my rienda when I left I S tr y e casa completel that t Price 50c and 100 SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY All OrMasts I v r11 You can use Unarks furniture polish without cost if it is not every way as it is soh under positive guarantee and no questions asked u I i i I satisfactory tit Very SeriousI- tis a very serious matter to use for one medicine and have the wrong one given you For this we urge you in buying to get the genuine THEDFORDS ne Liver Medicine The reputation of thin oW medicine and liver trouble is firm ly It does not imitate other medicines It is belter than others cr it would not be the fa vorite liver with n larger calo than ell others combined ECSD IN TOWN F2 AT FACTORY PRICES GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS i treason I r constip I reliable tics Indigestion NO 270 shin r vehicles Direct from our O D subject la nxnininntion anil It is of the greatest importance to the Globe Hnrncss Co to have everv one who deal with us a nnu bntisfitx Customer 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have little whether you you should take P gives fJ aa4- acutelyor suffer urteasel t TAKE w County fiis rich in coal iron timber potters cla etc and the most jnviting field tucky for investment capital and pluckfH- Eskaaggtga WrtK j5ggg J 2 5 7 f r fr 1 4i J Ptl ti iijj Muhte berg c h C III r- sri Y Y i r t t FOR DOLD SVV S T E LUNCS CARDUI t r- r Mrs Verna lilaco of Saugtr Tex iric lie writes Cardui has done more for me than I can describe Last spring was taken with female inflammation a to no avail so I took Cardui and of three days I was able to do pry Jipusewcrk Since then my trouble has never returned Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES Officers W A Vickliffe President C E Martin Vice PresU dent John T Reynolds Jr Cashier Ed S Wood Assistant Cashier Directors W A Wickiiffe E J Puryear R T Martiny J T Reynolds Jr Ed S Wood C E Martin Geo W Martin m r tri tandc tcd i T 1a Oa Ba Ttrte f r I I Ari3aore FATcA3ai w 1 r y P 1 3 vertu I t a r The J L Roark Estate dealers and undertakers has added its in the undertaking a Francis Engraviugv Machine This machine is one of very in the State pr grcssive spirit of the management in providing equipment generally considered n cessaiy only In the larger cities With this machine the will now be abler to supply ndividually engraved casket name plates instead of thestampe3 stijck patterns usually employed And while the city undertakers in ke a fhaige of 5 for such plates the people of this county will receive them absolutely without ua cost regardless ol the of outfit purchased machine hag been in the show window of the firm for some days and its beauty and tho it does have been admired by hundreds of people Articles of every can bo engraved In much better manner than usually done by hand v This machine adds to the most complete undertaking establishment In this territory The firm has the only practicing licensed embalmer in the county a fine funeral car argest stocks of conics caskets robes wrappers slippers etc complt equipinent or sanitary work and disinfection To provide the best jtn eyery brancb sv the con itant study of the anagament and the generous own l y has caused still deeper and greater determination on tile part of give constantly improving service and on the most asii With firs Ma view tiger features will be added from time to as they The Francis is fittr d with wtfclesOf an and the mechanical perfection of the machine appeals to all Th public is given a special invitation to call at any time and see the aachiae Jffranri irt equipment as t Ilustrata e character if I appr c IOn e favor fle I I 4 alta c f er I t rr r furniture tot department n Aid goes ht firm r j lieT character ti the public i oil t ifb trine appear M all for en raving i te l i TilE REGCRD Au imtepeuiifiit Newspaper rCUUBHIU TUUU8DAT T RECORD PRESS OIUKK 8 crctnry OKIBN L ROAKK EDITOR Teltphiao No 72 OiMcc In new wnnnx renr of store ground floor 50 CENTS PER YEAR HI The HUbMrrlptlnn of I Mr in nlrmue to whloU It I paid of thanks obttnnry lines No of this rule to unjroM Fret sample copies will mailed Advertisement will b inserted A rate card will IM nrnl h l on lcntloni and mnVe nil re mltunee pnyMe to W THURSDAY OCTOBER 14 ISIS JSitercd t the JroenTllle Kj postonic H econdclaaa matter ANNOUNCEMENTS W jiutln rlp l to announce WALTER C KIMMEL n cnndlilnt Sheriff of Muhlnberjr county mibject to the action of the Republican party Ton cincuiT rusitK We are authorized to announce C R CeRn n cnmllilnte for reelection to theoWce of Clerk of the Mnlileiibcr Circuit Court subject to the action of the Republican party ron COCSTT COURT CLUIIK We Are authorized to announce F U LEWIS a candidate for reelection to the office of County Court Clerk of MuhlenberR county sub ject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce OEO M YORK a candidate for reelection to the offlce of Jailers nbj ct to the action of the Republican A of Lights pled Water Between Western Kentucky Cities IIi Greenville In order that the citizens of Greenville may know how the price paid for street lighting and fire pro tection in this city compares with the amount paid for similar service in other cities in the Western part of Kentucky I wish to show the following comparison between May field Ky and Greenville ru MIU iiLTr5iJX e which is pays the following prices for light and water 82 Arc lamps 890 per annum each 01 Fire plugs 60 53 50 M Light eng house 60 The city of Grenville pays the following prices 22 Arc lamps 505 per annum each 8 Fire plugs 45 3 a 3 Light hose house City hall per an This comparison is made to show the citizens of Greenville that they are getting more for the money than other towns in this part of the state GREENVILLE LimiT fii WATER Co J A GILMAX Mgr fiiMic Speaking W O Belcher Republican nom Epee for County Attorney will ad dress the voters at the following times and places Noffsinger School House Thurs day night Oct 14 Morchead School House Friday night Oct 15 Mr T O Jones the Democratic nominee for County Attorney is invited to be present and prove the charges made in the Democratic platform An equal division of time will be granted him Merchants are all busy now sell seasonable goods and several stores have added help during the past few weeks Highest prices will be paid for hides by Coombs ri d 1rIr1 2 r lout L UflA1U Prellhlent Any ARf tn paper w11 be Card nudes lousier than A ot late will mAcle for Ittlccee d be Address lIUt OreluvlllcI It Ton raenlrr for I f you u1L1n i 1 Party CHlpar sea I I 4 f it It U U n It It U U to U It I Sing I r 1 Owar Long AlotafOe T8RA1 1 theMe plied the hidtreeten Imes trill eharrr e per h lust t request all M a are a corn a r s y 1 1 q i t Ct k elf s a R i Help Wanted Man unmarried to help on small country place near town general work steady job good home and fair wages Give full particulars and address W F J Record Office Greenville Ky Male t a 1 care J t 01I i 1 111 i S1 wJ- a rlt r 4 r- R r I- C c ed by ftepalioa Campaign Committee POLITICAL DEPARTMENT eeeeeeeeeeeI I 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 Q 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 For Assessor SHERMAN HAYS For Magistrates First District W R WALLS Second District Third District T B JOHNSTON Fourth District C CISNEY Fifth District 0 T KITTINGER For Constable First District C W DRAKE Second District J R COTTRELL unucr me TO cabin and let it go at that Republicans should all remember that November snd is the day to Truth is among the Democratic campaign managers The Democratic campaign man agers arc issuing dodgers and then candidates are dodging the issues Every Democrat in Muhlenbcrg county has his use but the Lord only knows what a good many of them are used for unless its U P Overconfidence has lost many an election The election is never won until the last vote is cast Each Re publican should sec to it that every other Republican goes to the polls and votes A Democratic campaign manager was heard to say the other day we cant change the Negrocs political opinion but we can take a two bill and change his vote Who believes this Nobody You had as well put a corset on a cow with the intention of making her give condensed milk as to get the citizens of Muhlenberg county to believe this old tale of Democratic Reform Its too old Rice and Jones say they arc in the hands of the committee Who compose this committee If they should be elected would they still be in the hands of the committee If o the paople entitled to know who the tcommtltfieH js If we were to guess we would guess thRt T B Panncll is chairman and General Manager Is there a county in Kentucky that has made a more rapid im provement in the past tan years than has Muhlenberg She has one of the best court houses in the state her roads are in first class condition her vast mineral resources arc being developed she has the belt people in the world The REFORM say we need a change Why not let well enough alone I What kind of change do the demo crats want They want the offices X W J LONG V plH Ulo u vote mightyscarce now for- T I tt dollar f II tire Treasurer h I J W ALLEN qua aw Ct e democrats changed out of the other fellows hands into theirs Do they give any reason for a change Why not go before the people and point out the specific things that need re forming and suggest a remedy and tell what they would do when elect ed and in the hands of the Judge Pace says he stands ready to defend his administration and in vites his opponent Mr Rice to meet him for a joint disrussion of the issues But Jim says he is in the hands of the committee and we would advise that he stay close to it If he were elected County Judge would he still be in the hands of the committee If so the would like to know who compose that committee A court house that cost 75000 built during this administration one that is worth every cent it cost one that every citizen of the county is built without the issue of bonds and without raising the tax rate now more than half paid for and during this time all the current expenses of the county paid seems to be a pretty good record In the face of all this we are told by the REFORM Democratic candidates that we need a change O Belcher the Republican nominee for County Attorney i compelled to speak without the pres once of Mr Jones his opponent If there is any thing wrong with the present adminisliation of affairs why do not some of the Democrats go before the voters and point out the wrong and suggest a remedy This could best be done where the could hear both sides dis cussed at the same time Why do the democrats object to doing this The taxpayers of the should be congratulated upon a set of county officials who an economical way The got value received for every dollar spent The citizens of the county should feel proud of the condition and the Republican party that this condition has been brought about by officials whom it placed in charge Mr Junes is a lawyer and il elected County Attorney would be the Fiscal Courts legal advisor Then why will he not meet Mr Belcher for a discussion of these county matters anj tell the what kind of change he will recommend If the people are to change they would like to know what kind of a change It seems though that the committee has such a firm grip him that he s powerless to extricate himself May be the committee would be the legal advisor of the court The Argus says the Republican nqmineps should Apt be elected be cause of some judgments against Sparks and Rogers By the same process of reasoning might it not be said that Jim Rice should not be elected because his brother Ben Rice as deputy sheriff and T B Iannell as sheriff fell short with the county scyera thousand dollars The judgments against Sparks and Rogers were promptly paid and neither sparks pr Ropers deeded their to their wives to keep from paying the judgments Now will the Committee examine the records anti sep if the same can be said of the other two gentlemen W O Belcher the Republican nominee for County Attorney stands ready to go before the taxpayers of the fi unty and defend his acts as an official of the ppupfy JJe invites Mr Junes to meet him and present his side of the question Jones says he 3 n lhg of the commit tee Who is the ppiflmjttee and why fjpes Keep Mr Junes so close ijnijpr US winfj Possibly Mr Jones has not been hero long enough to become acquainted with county polftips Possibly jf he had Mr Belpher at his own home in North Carolina he would have more courage Some criticism has been offered by the Argus as to the kind of ad vice given the Fiscal court in the II committee u people proudof V voter count have given a clean Iw tys finances have count taxpayers havea on plop rty u jt qhJCJ1 erg r l 1 having th m hones 1been flan county hands suits that were brought against Sparks Rogers and Poole There were four suits brought two against Rogers and one each against Sparks and Poole Mr Belcher advised the court that the suits could not be maintained One of the Rogers cases was decided in favor of by the Circuit court and was affirmed The other suit was decided against Rogers by the Circuit court and taken to the Court of Appeals and reversed The suit against Mr Poole was decided against him by the Circuit court and the Court of Ap peals reversed it The Circuit court Sparks and he did not appeal It may thus be seen that every case that was taken to the Court of Appeals was decided in favor of the advice given by Mr Belcher the County Attorney F N Comes Out Strong for KiMMel for Sheriff This Old Line Republican Says the Nomination was Fair Mr Isbell Fought the Battles of Republicanism in Muhl County When It Took Nerve To Do It He Now Proposes to Give to Mr Kimmel his Support Kim mel Gaining Roll Losing To The Voters of Muhlenberg County I was a candidate for the republican nomination for the office of Sheriff of Muhlenbcrg County I saw that if the race was run through there might be bitter feelings en gendered and the success of the nominee at the poles in November endangered Hence I with the three other candidates for sheriff submitted my claim to a board of arbitration three of whom were chosen by me and three each by the other candidates for sheriff This action was voluntary upon my part and the republican committee nor any of the present county had any thingto do with the submission of my claim to this board il I that on account of party VejfvTce 1 should have had the but the twelve men who matter and for whom 1 regard thought that interest of the repub lican Mr T I submit to theird r I V rir v Respectfully submitted This Oct 5 09 F N ISIJEIL MI aid Ills Methods The Democratic candidates for county office fully that they cannot hope to wjn this election that they blind and deceive the people not only as to the present administration but also as to their own political record While each of them was nominated by a straight Democratic convention on a written by a Democrat and are in the hafldq pf a Democratic campaign committee they are to impress upon the voters that this is anon partisan campaign They have sought by every device known to the cunning and unscrup politician Jo prejudice the minds of the against the administration and have not hesitated to put into circulation the grossest falsehoods The most active and energetic of the Democrat capdidate5 npw in the field is T I Roll Muhlenberg county nor any other county had a ranker bitterer partisan in it than this same Roll He has been one of the most uncompromising and unreasonable Democrats in the county and has always thought any thing he could do to assist the party was permissible g RAW gqjng before the Republicans of the and telling them that he voted against the Democratic ticket in 1890 and helped to elect the oRe pubJJQan n that year bgpajse his own party had become corrupt He has most industriously circulated this falsehood among the Repub licans of thp county eekng thereby to influence some of them to vote for him The following affidavit ot D M Robinson one of Muhlen berg cpuniys most respected citizens is evidence of Rollls pontjupt jn matter State of Kentucky gpqrjty The affiant Dave Rpbinsqn states that some time in the latter part of September 1909 T I toll Democrat nominee for Sheriff of Muhlenberg county cattle to him and solicited his support in the coming November election that he used as one of the arguments why Repub licans should vote for him was that he helped turn the Democratic ringyput in 1890 and that he voted tI it tV 1 1 Rogers appealed andappealed decidedagainst Is ell en erg officials settltti the high st Pf 1 except platform endeavoring ulou lcople present He I county ticket fill MJt1len th It 1 z s Wand believe Ion nomination havthee the bes4 demanded ono realize eve fur f y e ways ordu to defeat the Democratic lc V i M ROBINSON Subscribed nd worn to before me by Dave jiob son this the 5th of October 1909 E C SIIULI D C M Co Court This is only one of the many affidavits that could be gotten from men to whom T L Roll has made this statement The following of ficial statement from the office of the clerk of the Muhlenberg County court where the records of the elec tion are kept shows how and for whom Mr Roll voted in the year 1890 this being the last year of open ballot State of Kentucky Muhlenbcrg County I F H Lewis Clerk of the Muhl enbcrg County Court do hereby certify that I have examined the poll books of an election held in Muhl enberg county Kentucky on Aug 4 1890 and the poll of the Central City voting precinct shows on page 2 line 22 that T L Roll voted as followsFor W H Yost Jr Judge of Court of Appeals For W W Longmoor Clerk of Court of Appeals For S P Love Delegate Con stitutional convention H Jcrnigan County Judge For W J Ross Attorney For W T Stiles County Clerk For Jas W Oates Supt County Schools For Ben M Rice Sheriff For R A Payne Jailer For J E Smith Assessor For W A Mohon Surveyor For P L OBryan I further certify that the above named candidates were the regular Democratic nominees for said year and that the said Roll voted the straight Democratic ticket in said election even down to the district offices This Oct it 1909 F H LEWIS By B F GREEN D C Any man who seeks to gain an advantage by such methods as Roll is using is a dangerous man to in trust with so important an office as that of Sheriff If elected to this office Mr Roll would be the third member of the election commission well as present methods of warrants us in saying that he would not hesitate to do anything to promote the interest of his party His bitter partisanship is well il lustrated by a remark that he made some years ago when Judge Yost T B Pannell and some other Dem ocrats were affiliating with the Re publican party In speaking of thei attitude Mr Roll said Ihavc often heard preachers talk about the un pardonable sin but I never knew what it was until I saw men like Yost and Wickljffe who had been educated to know the difference be tween Democracy and Republican ism leave the Democratic party and vote with the Republicans Whet I knock at the gate St Peter may have several bad charges against me but he will never charge me with having voted the Republican ballot Look at Mr Rolls conduct in this campaign his deliberate effort to deceive the voters as to his strenu oqs partisanship and then consider the danggf jn haying an Ejection Commission who put their to their party above any other con sideration and ask yourself the question Can any Republican af ford to cast a ballot for this man Hin T J Sparks will Speak at the Fallowing Places and Pcf J4 Qraham 7 p m 15 Cleaton 16 Weir 2 p m 18 South Carrollton 7 p m 20 Bremen 7 p f ja Drakesbpro 7 p m 25 Hope Schoolhouse 7 p ra Went I 0 Pace will Speak t tie Fallowing Places and Tine Oct Greenbrier Schoolhouse 7 p m Oct 19 Bethesda SchoQlhouge 7 p Hit Qct aq Hints Schoolhouse 7 i Vwon Ridge i p m Watts Chapel 7 pt m- Mr Jas Rice j invited tQ share tirnp at obqvp appointments for a joint discussion of the issues of the campaign Muhlenberg Voters are the issues of the campaign and the records of officials will help our ticket both day For T County hin lr dn ct services- r It It- It It It fit It 18 p cc foIlnvin I i ers Coroner Clerks campaigning yes mt aa 7 b J n Show Up Or Shut convention that placed the so called reformed Democratic ticket in the held adopted charging all kinds of fraud and mismanagement against the present Now the campaign is on and these nominees or their friends have been called upon to go before the voters and prosecute these indict ments but they have backed down and skulked off and are absolutely refusing to be drawn into a of the issues of the campaign Argus rushes to the front and fires off its Ross Pistol load ed with mud and filth and tries to the voters It desires to know why a statement of the Fiscal of the county has not been published Argus knows that the proceedings ot the Fiscal Court have been published every year just as the law directs giving each and every claim allowed to whom allow ed the amount and for what pur pose The thing that hurts the Argus is that it did not get to pub lish the statements The statements that have been published in TilE RECORD arc correct in every parti cular These statements give a re capitulation showing the countys financial condition the itemized statement having been published does not require a second publica tion The 1800 claims referred to have been published giving every item The pages where the orders are recorded arc given in the state ment and the claims arc filed with the statements If there is any thing wrong with the statement or the claims will not some of the re form candidates examine them and specify what it is The Argus might send some one to examine and point out the great wrongs complained of Why not specify and not be so general in your accusations The financial condition is the best ever known In 1897 the debt was near one million dollars with the county listing two million of dollars worth of taxable property This debt was a lien upon all the property ot the county If a man farm worth one thousand dollars the bond holders had a lien upon his property for five hundred dollars or fifty per cent of its value That debt has all been settled all been paid the interest has been paid to date The present debt is 190000 There is in the hands of the receiver 20000 and owing from the county fund so there is a debt on 190000 less 40000 which amounts to 150000 This is three per cent of five millions which is the present tion of Muhlenberg county and the farmer who owns the farm after twelve years of republican rule in the county finds the hen reduced from 500 to 30 or from 50 per cent to three per cent During the present administration the county has paid all necessary running expenses improved condi lions of the roads built a new court Iirlv countyadministration democratic the The railroad owneda S Soooo S assessedvalua Up- I he platform discussion fool affairs wised illituentt hav house at a cost of 75000 40000 of which has been paid leaving a f balance due on it of 35000 This has been done in three years and the taxes of 1909 have not yet been the There nn hand from previous levies more than 4000 The Argus complained that the claims haVb been presented for pay went and refused by the treasurer This is another attempt to mislead and deceive some one The claims presented were payable out of the levy of 1909 and the had no right to pay them out of this fund This fact was well known to the party presenting the claims and the claims were presented for the purpose of manufacturing cam paign thunder It was all planned by the Re tormetl committee The voters are not so ignorant as to be caught by so flimsy an attempt as that The claims that we presented were payable out of the levy of 1909 and the treasurer had no right to pay of funds derived from for mer levies Why will not the Argus tell the truth Force of habit is hard to overcome We now chal lenge the Reform candidates to show any thing wrong with the fi nancial condition of the county or to show any inaccuries in the state ments that have been made in TilE time show up or up A Statement of Facts Notwithstanding the fact that the Fiscal Court has published a list of each and every claim that has been allowed after each of its semiannual session as the law the Argus with its characteristic audacity con tinues to ask why this thing has not been done The Argus evidently has a number of editors and it does seem to us that in the aggregation there ought to be one of them who knows enough about the countys af fairs to know that the law has been strictly complied with in the respect It may be that these gentlemen arc so very choice as to their readirg matter that all the information which they have is obtained through the columns of the Argus If this is so it would account for their ig in the matter aSsS aFiscal lish its proceedings through the col umns of this delightful journal r One reason is because it has a bet ter medium in the Greenville RE CORD and the Central City Republi can and the other reason is because the Argus has never failed to hold the county up for every penny it could whenever the court has used its columns to publish any of its proceedings The records of the Clerks office will show that this pa per now clamoring for greater economy has charged the county forty or fifty per cent more for the same work than any other paper ip the county riiE RECORD 500 per year J j S f applied to debt IS f 1 treasurer It them out RECORDIt hut cf Jitj nor nce h Isecnprop r 1 ti zv i IQ ti r J x f F sti 1 directs v 4xw r z Y r r n n 4 PUBLIC SALE AT AUCTION HOUSE 15 ACRES of LAND HOUSE HOLD and KITCHEN FURNITURE HORSE MULE WAGON BUGGY HARNESS 15 000 POUNDS PEA HAY FARMING IM PLEMENTS c At the late home of Z G Stovall near Luzerne z mile from Greenville depot I will offer for sale at auction to highest bidder on SATURDAY OCT 16 1909 beginning at 9 a m the above property The house is new with barn and outbuildings and land is well located and productive TERMS All bids are cash in hand Mrs Z G Stovall OF 5 ROOM t 41 r 1 t 1 T I k I C R It LOCAL TIME CARD t 2T SOUTH BOUND NO 123 LouUvllle Express 102 Cincinnati Express 101 Louisville Limited ISO Central City necom SOUTHBOUND soUK Padnouh and Cairo aecom Knliou Autfuinraodniiou 101 New Orleans Special 11 IMptn IIW am 715 pm 1240pm 340pm VVaCiixwroun Agt THE HAPPY FAITH BY RICIIAUD C Chenivix Trewh was a celebrated divine of the KiiclUli phm h horn at Dublin IflOT lie bvcantif ilcan of Votinliii tr mid afterwards archbishop of Dublin Ho tvnH noted not only fur hU hut ill for ids rtweatxhoH nUll wrltlujw In linguist I say to thc do thou repeat To the tlrst man thou maye t meet In lane highway oropon street That he and we and nil men move Under a ranopy of pure Asi broad as the blue sky above That doubt and trouble fcttr nod pal And anguish all are tdtndowM vntu That death Itself shall not remain That weary deserts we may trend A dreary labyrinth tummy thread Through dark ways underground be led Yet If we will our Guide obey The dreariest path the dnrkct way Shall Issue out In heavenly day And we on divers shores now cat Shall meet our perilous voyage past All In our Fathers house at lust And ere thou leave him say thou this Yet one word more They only miss The winning of that nnel bliss Wtio will not count it true that love UleMMlngs not cursing rules above tad that In It we live and move And one thing further make him know That to believe these things are HO ThU arm faith never to fgrego Despite of all which seems at strife With bletvHliigs all with curses rife That this Is blessing this Is life Give us your job work Coombs buys beet hides Election a little less than three weeks off The new season is creating con business Get a ballbearing Bissell carpet sweeper from Roark Nobody has been elected yet so everyone can claim it Imust concrete work 6f any kind Overcoates and wraps have been dragged out and put to work Chills and fever are becoming common but are not popular Best meats of all kinds at Wick liffe s new meat shop Telephone No 279 A new born baby of Mr and Mrs Wm Dukes died at their homo east of town Tuesday night Mr Otto Rothert of Louisville is here tor two weeks with his friend Mr Alvin Taylor near town Read L Hummels ad and call for a show of his immense stocks of new goods Mr Clair DeWitt is now with Mr L Hummel and will be glad to see his many friends at this new business house Diphtheria and scarlet fever cases are being reported from all over the and some deaths have re sulted If its wallpaper you want Roark can sell you at saving prices Weve gotem beat if we can hold things just as they are now is the information from both party leaders Miners are at work pretty regular now and coal trains are getting to be a large share of the business being done by the roads t 515 am 1008 4 OCa 1Xt TIm U lml n1I louII loll teal II QIe S sid rable I p a are carce I I t i IJ J J I 1 o t l p I f yam Ill Novi s r 4 n f HQme shuntcrs are filek here but leant Sc icCrackcnif you trilat county r i A healthy vigorous woman not over 45 can secure a pleasant permanent home and good wages in exchange for domestic services in home near town In applying write fully and address B 128 in care of The Record Greenville Ky I 0 1 J I r J 1 j t J J at T t r r Y4 r tly t r t Good morning Have you picked your councilmen yet Miss Ploy Craig is now with R Martin Co and will prove a member of the sale force of the establishment Wickliffe Bros have purchased an electric sausage machine which will prove a convenience in opera tion of their meat market Hot and cold baths day and night and Sunday until 1030 a Sam Rec Martins barber shop New business concerns are up almost every day and still others are under consideration Every business house in town is or engaged Messrs E A McCracken and R B Shaver have been in this week delegates from the local lodge to the grand lodge of O O F Wallpaper is rolling out of Roarks store lively the clearence prices appealing to people far and The annual session of Presbytery of the Cumberland Presbyterian church is being held at Nebo and delegates and visitors are having a most profitable communion The outside work on the Rogers residence is neanng completion and the structure is one of the most in the city The house will will be ready for occupancy in a few weeks Call at Countzlers for all kinds of bulbs for fall planting J A Tap scott Bro florists Owensboro si6 6t The first frost of the season was visible Tuesday morning and a thicker spread appeared morning It was not damaging to any great extent shows con clusively that fall is The matter of the city council is exciting much interest and will prove a lively race er and stationeTy jrc trej In feHiW gto e T M Morjranf ij on s aih iWaiusueer and is ready for the visits of his customers new stand Biggest lot of Enameled Granitware at Brizindines ever shown in town Call and pick out your wants from this 10 cents assortment Mr J S Miller was in Louisville a few days this week attending the annual session of the first second and third class postmasters of the state A large attendance and an interesting program are reported Miss Mary Pitman daughter of Mr and Mrs Jesse Pitman fell from a horse she was riding last about dark and received a severe shaking up that confined her to the home for some days but she is rapidly recovering Get in on the sale at Roarks More than a score of pretty patterns will be sold at very lowest prices Manager Gilman always on look out for conveniences has supply of electric motors for sewing machines and is selling them at a lively rate Dozens of new uses are being found for electricity all to the advantage of the electric light company as well as to the benefit of our people Mr Gilbert Glenn one ot the prominent citizens of the county his home at Drakesboro from the infirmities of old age last Friday night and was buried at the family graveyard Sunday afternoon The burial was conducted by the Masonic fraternity of which de ceased had been a member for 56 The architects plans for the new building for the Farmers State Bank have been received and will be given consideration at once by the officials of the institution The building will be a handsome one and an ornament to the town It will be three stones high including a commodious basement which will be fitted for a barber shop and bath rooms The ground floor will be occupied entirely by the bank while the upper floor will be divided into attractive offices ry mat 0 occupied the- I near attractive little yesterday ut here lI1 o rom at Jiis I I Thursday J specialwallpaper added- a 1 diedat years Jc valuable springing May- field S Morgan has niovedhissroJ i Reunion cf Old Soldiers Editor Rt itu The Second SemiAnnual Reunion of Company H of the nth Rcgt Ky Vol Inf occurred on Saturday Oct 2 1909 at the residence of Commander Win Stobaugh near Gishton The members began ar riving about 930 a m and spent the morning in exchanging greetings telling yarns and singing At 1130 dinner was announced and we sat down to a bountiful and well pre pared repast to which we did ample justice After dinner we repaired to the arbor and were called to or der by President Joseph Gossctt for the transaction of business The adjutant D E Rhoads was not present and W G Stroud was to fill his place The roll of the company was called and the ten following members Capt J K Freeman J D Case bier R W Casebier D B Hol land W C Grundy Wm Lewis W G Stroud Wm Stobaugh Jo seph Gossett and J N Duvall Those present of other commands were John Brown Co B Ky Inf H McCracken Co K 11th Ky Rev J H Hays Co K nth Inf J L Thompson Co G 2nd Ill Cav F T Shelton Co F 43d Ill Inf T B Wilkins Co F 35th Ky Untd Inf John Tan ner Co 35th Ky Untd Inf J H Brown Co B 11th Ky Inf The widows of members of the company present were Mrs Wm leveler Mrs Robt Vinson and Mrs Addle Igleheart After some excellent singing by the young people and entertaining talks by H C McCracken and Rev J H Hays and adieus the company adjourned to meet at the residence of Comrade D B Holland on the 1st Saturday in June 1910 W G STROUD Adjutant Give Wickliffe your meat orders New shop best service free delivery Religious Debate Scheduled Rev T A H Laslie of Owens vine Ind representing the general Baptists and Rev J W Dunn of Memphis representing the Church of Christ will meet here in a discussion each representing his church and its itu 01 bc ii ct and v i continue six days all held at the court house The is given a cordial invitation to meetings and both men arc said to be able in discussion Notice fo 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 c per pound less than 100 pound lots 40C per 100 pound blocks After Oct 15 only three deliveries per week will be made on Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays Nov i deliveries will be ocy J A OILMAN Mgr Death of F Day Mrs John F Day died at her home near Nebo last Wednesday night from a complication of dis eases which for five years had confin ed her to her room Many times she had been in very serious tion but would improve slightly each recurring attack leaving her re duced in vitality For some time she has been the subject as closest attention the end being stantly Interment was in the Eaves graveyard near Powderly Thurs day afternoon and was largely at tended Her husband are joined in their sorrow by friends in all parts of the county and the community has lost a woman of worth Notice to File Claims All persons having claims against the estateof J S Tooley deceased are notified present the same properly proven to me for oc 7 3t B C TOOLEY Admr Our graded school is moving along at a gratifying gait and the pupils are manifesting more general inter est than before The splendid new building is in itself a strong incentive and the faculty is securing the very best work from the pupils i elected respondedviz 11th A handshaking doc III Ii o being attendall andat andon discontinued Mrs JI con i forcedcon andchildren to ever knoYJ1 friendly bate sessions pubic settlement Bear in mind that Roark has splendid selections of wallpaper stock ready for deliv ery and sample books of the finest papers made which be short notice after selection I Old papers for sale at this office in procured- on LI o i cad CITY ORDINANCES An Ordinance to improve the West side of a portion of College Street in the City of Greenville The City Council of the City of Greenville do ordain as follows Sec i That concrete pavements be constructed on the West side of College street in the City of Green ville for the following distances and in front of the lots owned by the following persons towit Beginning on College street at its intersection with Trowbridge street and running South C S Cuul 163 feet L P Moore 171 feet J M Wells 181 feet F B Pittman 155 feet to the intersection of said street with Main Cross street Such pavements shall be made and con structed in accordance with the or dinance of the City of Greenville approved on the 4th day of Nov 1907 anti on the 4th dty of Jan 1909 and relating to the renewal of pavements in the City of Greenville Side walks shall be 44 feet wide and said work of constructing same shall be done at the coct of the owners of the ground fronting said improvements as is provided by law Sec 2 Said pavements shall be constructed of good and substantial concrete done in a workmanlike manner and of the dimensions material and in the manner by the ordinance approved Nov 4th 1907 and Jan 4th 1909 as afore saidSec 3 The owners of the lots mentioned herein shall be given 30 days from the publication of this ordinance The RECORD in which to do this work In the event of their failing so to do the contract for such paving will he after the publication of one aiv rtisement in The RECORD letto tir invest bidder as provided by law f Mayor OKIUN L U sc ClerkV LOST case crystal rT Jpng silk lost yvimiville or Main street Tuesdlv nioijmng Re ward for return to tii that an election Green ville South Carp m md Earles on Wednesday Oct sp 1909 at i oclock p m Each every person pooling in this county or district will go to the place where he expects to tobacco and there cast his vote for a suitable person for grader 0u the same day of election each grower is re will be expected to bring a fair sample of his tobacco say one or two hands each of leaf and lugs from which the type samples are to be drawn that will establish the different grades of the present crop This is a matter of very great importance so please be on hand in due time with samples J F Dossi Chm Our electric equipment enables us to handle promptly alt orders for job printing Give us and we insure satisfaction The protracted revival services at the Cumberland church are drawing large audiences and arousing much interest Rev Eshman is deliver ing some powerful addresses and is a revivalist who has made a record in his chosen field One of the 350 Kentucky and Ohio farms I have for sale near Walton Ky So acres level and rolling land good house two barns tenant house 14 A corn 3 A at 3300 one halt Send for free farm list Frank R Crowe 333 E 4th St 0 at Mary Catherine the four year old daughter and only child of Mr and Mrs V B Southard of Luzerne died from an attack of diphtheria at their home last Friday afternoon after an Runes of a few days The parents have the sympathy of all in their great loss Interment was in Evergreen cemetery here Saturday afternoon following the funeral service at the home conducted by Rev F E Lewis New Goods at Brizindincs New Sorghum Evaporated Goods Peaches Prunes AprIl cots Raisins Currants Etc Oats Mackerel Etc Take your hides to Coombs pays the highest cash prices v r J andconstrUction provId- ed n J I hunting brit guardwas e J Ele UQij trr1 fS By t h t1 C V Jui If r brit l del ver his questedand your business or fi J Jt FJr II t r iv gt ld watch oil 7 Itis ordered Irdf con A S of alar beat and tobacco down Cincinnati who y MEET ME AT L HUMMELS STORE The Fall Millinery Now Awaits You New things from the loading New Yok houses have been coming in for some days past The deft fingers of our own clever millinery makers have likewise been busy adapting ideas to the tastes of the women of Muhlenberg county We are full ready for you now and can promise you many pleasurable surprises in the new Fall creations Truly this is to be a season of individuality In millinery You can select a style that is highly becoming to you and an artistic individual style and yet not depart from fashions standard by a hairs breath Feathers and velvets arc the leading trimmings andybut come and see for yourself Some of the Most Charming Creations Range from 300 to 750 in price You tire cordially invited to call and inspect our Fall Line of Ladies Coat Suits Skirts Cloaks Dress Goods Etc Gents Furnishings Clothing Hats Shoes and Everything that is carried in a First Class Store Come and Bring Your Friends HUMMELS STOREM- AIN STREET OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE I Xe- w r Program for Teachers District Asso ciation in No 2 Oct 16 Dovcy School Mercer Ky I How to get Interest of Parents U M KlttliiKcr 2 How to Hold Attendance Term Arthur Bennett 3 Device fur Primary Arithmetic 4 Seat Work Lizzie Kitting 5 Work In Dad ciirnest How to Get It Prom tbij iMii Ua Otic McCunillu 6 Wherein We Fad to be Practical JW Corrine T Row to UtesLRc 8 of Study Suvcens in Following JlertheJ Knight P PCVICCB for Mnklnf Ilttttpry Intere tlnff 10 Primary LnnxnnRe KlueClrnndy- U How I Economize Time MU Stewart 13 Hyuiene ansNoffHlujjcr 13 Discipline GonllB Young Our Schools from the View Point of the Superintendent Mr Sharer 15 School Koitnd Table 10 Normal Schools I F Hawkins Quaker the i perfectly balanced human food China for roar able in heFn nr f The Clerks Troubles- A dry goods clerk and a grocery salesman were comparing business experiences the other night after a strenous day for both The calico man recounted his worries telling of undecided who took an hour of his time in selecting a pattern for a cheap dress vexation over matching samples delivering a spool of cotton to the suburbs and like delights the aggregate appear ing as a large bunch of troubles The groceryman cofessed that he had gotten through the day but recited one experience to show that he had encountered some un pleasantness A man rushed in and called for a nickels worth of cheese and crackers with sweet mixed and sour pickles on the side This was a stumper so the clerk asked again to see if he had heard aright The customer recited the list again and appeared very much peeved when told by the clerk that time was too valuable to ill such an order Concrete Work Contracted I am prepared to do pavement and other concrete and shall be glad to make estimates In pave ments limestone is used in base and surface throughout city specifications in every Give me an opportunity to bill on your contracts R C o l1I r1 jinj8 l erlSmDn r bourne i Oatsi- s p rctCe1 customers verywell work complyingwith s I7 Tbitnm ilr the luny Longest o mare u Improvement Leagues 6 particular m Y Sentence Sermons Love never stops to be afraid The worst sins are the ones for have no appetite He can help no one who does not desire to help the helpless Take care of your leisure and your life will take care of itself Some revivals plan to cure all ills by throwing folks into fits has no time to great ul Iras no pov ctocujoy ss ng How hard would be all our hearts but nor our hardships and soroows Opinions about the past can never take the place of work tor the future When a faith is dead it is custo mary to embalm it in obsolete phrases Succcsc depends not on what a man makes but on vhat success makes of him Many a man who is berating tht devil has no objection to boardirg freee with him No mii h ia any better world be fore him than he is seeking to make about him When a mans religion is a II hoi air the only thing he thinks about i going up When men make a mockery of sin their sins are sure to make a mockery of them A damning heresy is to let the forms of any truth stand in the way of its tacts and life Theres TIO use saying Get the behind Satan when you put him in your hip pocket Most of those who worried lest we lose the liberty go wrong be out of business all went right Herven judges the sincerity of our affection for Cod by the cost of our service for man Be POLANDCHINA BOAR NOXAL WONDERN- o 450 sire Perfect Wwmer whichwe hp of lie to would ifwe Re istered llc who are dam QUEEN QUALITY- a fine individual from a perfec strain of prize winners is now in service at SIQQ cash in hand only The patronage of the public is solicited J E COOMBS Fine Farm Land for Sale J will sell 76 unimproved farm land one mile of town For particulars call or write Dean Lovell Greenville Ky jns tf acres ALCOHOL IN SICKNESS At ona of the London hos a special is of giving alcohol to patients as as each limo that one of the physicians docs so ho pubmits a entry of tho j that actuated him the of tho existence of the hospital alcohol has only been one times cases received RU exactly liko those received by all tin hospitals For 1901 th num bered KL7 patients only Tin deathrota among was 73 per cent For same year the death London horn als was 91 cunt therefore the uso of alcohol in sick ness is not to bo as a ncccs city Although most physicians pr for their there win one oicizu of national reputation who di I not believe in par years when Dr P V Pierce d to put up hla valuable Prescrr lion for of w iseu in rcafly tq ust used no n u chcmina1 glycerine of proper strength which u a preserve tive cf tho active medicinal raiding In most of oar indigenous or than is Pierce found that tho glycerine be sides EeT intrinsic medicinal properties of groti valueNo woman rho fo suffcrinrj frorn inflammation from the amt drains incident to womanhood cut afford to bo without Dr Piortuo Fr Proscription An honest midi cino tho largest number t twes to its credit a pope for two score all over th United States Dr Pierce just what is contained in hia Favorito Prescription ITS IKQUED1RNTS ARE Golden Seal root Csna pedium OIJOEI Kacomosa Uujcor t root Helonizs Dioica lane Cohort root Thalict Chemically Pure prominent medical men of the rccoinroaud the above ingredients 23 rnedfci for nervous comiibloiia depending upon disorders of the pystem an Hid curd of those catarrhal c nd tions in the affected arc Ethyl i M Halo M D Professor of MeJicn at Medical XM lese Chicago Prof Jhn King 1L O the American Woman and her Diseases John M Scuddir Doctors ilabf lav r and others J a posts cart to D Pierre for a core 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Pointed Paragraphs A man is lucky not to any Vorse luck than he has People seldom talk too much un less they know too Vanity enables a man to convince himselt that he isnt vain Many a girl who is fond of jjwcl ry has nouse for a rolling pin A man whose wife is blind says her sense of touch keeps him broke Occasionlly a man discovers that he has a friend who really is his friend When a woman sets a gold ample she never knows what hatch out is better than good looks but few people afficted with either Some men like to attend a pro hibition convention because it in creases their thirst Before accepting a favor from any one the cynic find out what he expects in return The average man is willing to risk choking if permitted to bite off more than he can chew man steals a kiss from a young widow she will scold him just if she really meant it There was a skim of ice on shal low water yesterday morning This was the first of the season You can paper an ordinary size room wall border and ceiling at from 100 to 300 if you will get in on the clearance sale now at Roarks Paper from 4 cents per Toll up r t5 S I 1 made rn n f r J ftF Ifrat nblic scribo in jJ it ura r i vorite 3 t Its Ol n dQnRi Ladys Slipper root Gprt wv rlor r Ila1em1 n 1 I I Pr fet i Wood cos r ements of Ca t sa stom iIu1lOI4 It tin su fCc t pages more t only j i J have e itwill Q Goodsense k are 1 40 tif tt Ifa as iI i t 1 i S r- r e are y t reg trdcd z norm ho ttcr w r M w a UIceriu sa r Mntt Bartholu Andre appetiten air v dClan titun a w xb t atop tr Asa 7over v o r Adviser iilttstraticns Reel t litter1 Y I 3 i ra A r ROARK Fvimittire VaJlpawper Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wrapper Slippers Gir ve Vaults Disinfection It II r t c pt r 4 Itq f ioIi I It y F I n 7 i 1 t A I J tIf oj J t 7 i c F r f ROARKi 1 4 t L1 z p SCIENCE OF GRAFTING Lm on Taught by tome KxprrLi- iicntm with Vine Conducted nt CitIlf riiU Station JJcFitits of ciriinonts in bench pcaftlnjr reststaut vines liave recently been report ud from California Kx perlmvnt station The experiments Include of thr relative value of Knglish and Clunupin gratis leaving two eV45s on til vcloiiH nml Having only one preliminary ealbslnff in paml planting the nursery hiv mediately irroftlnir niul enllH in in straw covered with wniiJ Yl rut tings used varied from onefourth to onehalf ln h In diameter nwl wen from six to nine inches The low er cut was mule through the knot of the bud antI the last internode of tin upper left long as possible All tin liudft on the stoek were carefully re povcd n deep tint being mode in ordei to remove the niHiMitltiQliS buds at the base of Scions were prepared in n slniHni way except that the buds were M Il r tilt ttst out in nft r bug Q S It till nLin bull i flaITua the e GRAFTS GflAPE CUTTINGS I Enclish Cleft 2 Charnpln S End to End The scions having only ono eye wen cut through tiLe second knot in ortlti to Icon the eye protected by a closet intenicdc With the scions having two the tipper cut was ma i Inch above second bud tyi Care was token to prevent the out of the cutting nnd after vard of the grafts Kndtoend grafting as originated in Kra ce was practiced in sonic in The number of successful grafts obtained by this method wa low but those that dill unite made ix ecllent unions In graftlnp iy till method t he ciuls of stock and scion art on n4Mnpnr1tt nfnhQ l 70 decrees niul held in place by o piece of gnlvanie wire which te pushed futo the pith of each piece The proportion of nuecessful CLan pin graft vas sllghtly greater than that of the KugliHh cleft The success ful Knglish cleft grnftM however wer considered superior to the other ir the matter of completeness aiu1 strength of union The experiments with twoeye anti oneeye melons were on the whole i favor of the use of two eyes The diltcrcnce between calhndng thr graffn in nnd planting them di rectly In the nursery as soon as mndr was very striking TTiose prctiotislji callnsed produced lIt of unions while the olhevM produced but JIO per cent There wan a enee in the growth of the grafts li favor of those calluscd in sand GOOD PEACH KEGIOKS Expert Fruit Orarrrr Think ifaUnIil i Sell Can lit round In It Parts of tilt Country The past season has been cne that hits made peach culture more interest lug than any other season thnt I rec ollect in Illinois front the fact they have shipped an excellent kind of peaches to market and I suppose made a reasonable amount of money We used talk about peach feet inns it used to be supposed that It was confined to certain narrow territories some of them down east one of over in Michigan another in Illinois hut the spirit of commercial Ism has led men to study requirements for successful culture of various kind of crops one of them of course be lug the peach anti that study has vet men to hunting for suitable locations Knowing the requirements we there are millions of acres of peach region I have no idea of how much undeveloped first claps land there is In the United States and the transportation companies made possible the delivery of peaches grown in any fection of the United States to any other part of the United States with due dispatch anti in good order That leaves commercial peach growers in n position where it Is a quest ion perhaps in tIe near future of a survival of the fittest a brutal old law but humankind seems to know no other law but the survival of time fittest In the pursuit of the almighty dollar we know no limit to our bitions Where acres of peaches were planted a years ago whole solid sections are growing today The mar ket of course has been developed and by the same transportation facilities the consumption of all fruits seems to be on a rapid Increase although we must doubt to whether It can keep up with tIle wonderful crease in the production R In Farmers Jlevfcw flout Xcjclcrt the Grnlrn Gardens that pay best are those that receive the most attention A garden will not take care of itself and yield a profii Probably no part nf the farm pays as large a profit as till garden in good hands A man that realizes this will give it the first tention in the spring both as rega da labor and fertilizer The garden lover will not forget it when other part of the farm OlEO need attention will not do the workjiccesoary or have it dne he may as well not attempt to iavi a garden Farmer Huvicvv I t n n e 11 an von to about on The I jry1ng t I i j BiL s tTt it I I nnd 0 per cent CUt t t c 0 fe I a S t 1ft 1t t 7 r ft IF 4 It S IT It eye t stances 4 l t i I S OLn hIlt S flea b I tin gon ene S lea a a- j 4I S Morn S sit t t 1 b llama 4 PLAN FOR A CORNCRI3 Build It High So as to Make Handling of Grain Easy Time modern way to build a corn and oat bin la to built it high high The building may bo 25 feet by is with a square pitch roof nnd 1 would use an elevator or gran lump outBide of building over the roof dis cLanging the grain through the mid die of time roof mill nnonting it In the Inside to either side or the mid says correspondent of the Mreoi cts Gazette I have such an outfit and I can ill AND t 1JEAaa H iI- tlP tt rIb cot lie c a j c r Corn Crib and Oat DIn the entire building hy qno sottfns Pi elevator The oiclcsod plan of crj Will hold 5000 bushob of corn and 3 000 bushels of oats and has a neat ppertrnnc Hy Illtln5 high ypu work in shelling rs corn will IOU down and decs not need to be shov eled CARE OF SEED CORN The Drying Out Process Must Be Managed Carefully Seed corn as brought In from tho field has a high content of moisture If in the attempt to dry it out quick ly artificial heat Is used with little or no attention given to ventilation tho ore that the germ will start to grow Artificial heat is dangerous at this stage The Important things are ventilation a dry atmosphere and moderate temperature Corn BUS ppjjdcd from a wire In a wellventi at rt shed granary or dwelling house lc In suah a way that tbera J3 free of air around p3cITc4F is very favorably situated Windows should be closed during nights and days but open the rest of the timeIf the fall be dry and hard freezing weather does not come until seed is well dried out it will go through the Inter nicely in such quarters If the weathor be lamp and winter setg In early it should have the benefit tlficlal heat A chamber or attic through which a stovepipe passes will answer a furnace room In a dry cel lar Is very satisfactory SVc ljave found long bushel poxes about one fcot wide with onequarter Inch wire netting for sides and top very desir tble storage for corn which has flrgt been handled as above until It is fairly dry Such niouao boxes afford much ventilation and roay l c stored In a dry furnace or in a rnoder warm attlp with safety as win tor sets In Experiments bftvo shown tbnt corn which Is thoroughly dry wilt not be minted by any degree of cold This while Interesting Is not as comfort lag as it would appear to ho for the reason that sqme confusion may re suit fn drains when corp thor oughjy dry and further porn enco 1ry does not necessarily mean always dry If left subject to a moisture laden atmosphere It will very likely up enough moigturo to render liable to Injury from severe Ohio Station Lore InbreedIng wl quickly invite tall ure Demit give hen more egss than she con cover Breeding turkeys can bo profitably- d kept up to the fifth year Young poults are delicate Protect- h them from storms and wet grasses The use of quicklime on soils helps to set loose the mineral plant rood locked up In the soil Ground phosphate rock is a good material to add to barnyard manure as tho manure helps to make tho phosphorus In the rock available for plants Lime is very beneficial to many soils The fact that lime Is abundant makes it impossible for It ever to be high In price it I one thing that nature supplies us uperabundftnq9 For Summer ant Winter I have two log houses each 26x32 feet on tho ground These are used for both summer and winter protcc tlon One has a board floor and one R cement floor Tho cement floor is laid level and I find that this is a nIlE take as it should be laid sloping to the gutters to give It good drainage One of these houses faces the south The other house does not I think hog houses should be built to admit all the sunlight possible especially in the winter and for raising early pigs J G Hines Handling Manure Paris cellars for the storing of manure an not much In use in this country easiest plan for handling the manure Is to haul it out onto tho land as soon as a load has accumu lated unless it contains conrstalks i and other materials that need tune for I disintegration r V1 save I r proof room t take Firm wend inn The I i htaace qf ate Ii res1n n exceedingly C S34 il2 m Time Saves When everyday delay coda you money Tho sun ruin snow rau rod arc celling in their voik Luiobcr c J too It coU his to FcVil titan to r vlh in it use nciliVtj Lut rod n ow tvorlc GARTER Stricly fare WHITE LEAD Pure Unseed Oil Pure Twrp ntlno the most axpsneive soinro The kind cf p n nT pck jta only ytfcrj cf wear wB rtii c Let n fr are with ou when rcaOy o pir ion euoballo puttt put it Cod J H HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 uth to it WIW a ktfe rrittt u Hoo1 We and we n flftldnltl dllnf 4 job A God Pant k tee fec of pst wmratc brightens and preserves everything Hit PQ or dingy looking furniture homes Liquid Veneer is used all Is clean wholesome tary Venccf can be appllc4 by anybody anyxvhero at any time and there is no muss to clean up after ward There are no cans no pots a of cheese wipe off the surfaces asyou would do dusting Just try Liquid Veneer and see how tweet and clean it will cats everything 4oi Gtiip 25c W H BftlZENDME 0 We Ask Yon take Cardul for your female troubles because we are sure It will help you Remember that tha great icmslo remedy t orwoodwork- In whcr Clan stickyhandst nd QUa GOc SO Q BV 1 1 Ito j tet lm 120 lilt iJf AI1 has brought relief to thousands tfhcr sick women so why not to I yovi For headache backache periodical pans female weak ress many have said it Is the best medicine to take Sola in Tills CIty GO YEARS EXPERIENCE THADS MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS c Anyone aomllnir n Bkot rh nod description mar our opinion r an Is CVminiunlov Uontntrlctlr conildQiitfal on Inteuts sent rrco nocurtnjr patcnu- Iateiila takon through Jtunu Co rccctro notice without cbnruo lathe Scientific A HlnMrnlnd vonilr I nrcst cit cuUtliiti of rrtenllUo OVrnm 3 a rear four niontlii L nonrmlcnlcrtu Drench onico E5 F Bt Wnsbtuston D C ThIs is on every box of tho geitin Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet die xemody that carno a cold In ls n Try U I Jlm Qtan lulOr1l1nmrt If nun t r J 1 I r oft p3- w iP A ureeni SUItS CoSOlliroadsay tlew Yori C 5 7 Furniture Moldings Wall Paper We carry on our floors and In our ware rooms the largest variety of Furniture In Muhlenberjj If we do not have what you want we will get it for you We have factory with makers of the finest goods in the country and through Our Special Order Department can supply any exclu live articles at lesA prices than city stores or mail order houses Our Picture and Room Moldingstoclcs are always complete Wallpaper is caw a staple article of being used all the year round And we always have full selections prices 5 cents and up per roll TOur Engraving Machine is the only one in this part of Kentucky and we are exclusively prepared to supply individual Name Plates which we furnish on all outfits without extra cost Undertaking and Embalming Coffins in White Enamel and Stained Varnish finish Caskets in White Enamel Natural Woods White Colored and Black Cloth Covered aUHctalllc and Copper lined airtight Caskets all lengths and regular And double extra widths Steel Grave Vaults of all stats constant in stock for immediate delivery Burial Rahos Wrappers Suits Dresses Slippers etc n Urpe variety Our Iwa licensed Embalmers respond at once to calls for such services Our general equipment is complete and of highest gtade We have a Funeral Car In service sub ject to call aaywhere Private LongDialanc Tele phones Day Store No 72 Night Home No 108 v Residence yards from store Prompt hour day or night ljJK1 ROARK ESTATE OSIEN L TUB RATMS CKICACO REDUCED Moaoa RwiMflafljinccs New Schedule of Fares One Way and Round Trip f 4j The MqnpnIloute announces that f V it will tickets between Louisville and Chicago at 6 one way mitca of 8 as formerly and 12 rounU trip good thirty days returning niiitead of Si 6 Patrons ire offered exceptionally good ser vice by the Monon which on night trains operates Corn partment and Drawingroom Pull mans as well as the usual straight sleeper The day trains have and Dining cars and the very finost modern new coaches In quiries cheerfully answered by E II Bacon D P A Louisville Slogans Sewing Machine runs lighter than any other lasts longer than any other ismorc beautiful than any other has less vibration than any other is easier to operate than any makes a more perfect stitch than any the of hincd in one FREE SEWING MACHINE CO CIIICAQO ILLINOIS T H MORGAN SON Agts Fresh wallpaper at Roarks at scrap prices almost All of this seasons patterns must go with the season and the cut prices will hustle tnr2 rluli connections merchandise rr e tr y l S RCA I tit NQf REVOLV G STRONG tlEAVY R URALEtIJit WAite Olt AIR KAUS f h 1 1 4 fbrth sell frof1l Louisville Parlor Ky EE JfREE 6 FlmEE rrJmEE 19 FImEE lEE F2EEbest allcom t the gpuds I iRtiatrItj N9I iijrzttiittg I I Two t I others a I Route 1ILTWEI3N Louisville and Chicago HEST LINE TO California and the Vast Northwest Two IrniiiRdaUy French Lick and West Badeii Springs UNION STATION DDAllHOHX STATION CHICAGO and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleep E H BACON D P A N W Cor 4th and Market Sts LOUISVILLE K COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS Moon LOUISVILLE Dinin rs KILLTHE i I I I a WITHI Dr Kings ew Discovery FOR cOUCHS OLb PnICE lOa Ftaa 100- Ttii ItaAND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUILES GUARANTEED SATISFY CTOB OB KONET BETTI1IIE1 A Bissell carpet swcrpcr wilt 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