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give in return THE J L ROARK ESTATE 7 Greenville Ky T tt f f t f4r rl 9 l Setve6 Y91 ight The J L Estate complet s all JJ 4 r JI ye X C c 1 Htrre1t rl ioooiW jlQ LVp d JiIffC iii f j ifs fist i ut W i ooiI i fj 5 Jh 1jg ht our I SoY JJ I tlg 4c 1r o tc 4t I v p 4 4 i4p w- ev dJy drr 4 M r t 1Roark carrying rl L y r tficaa eli ylveeale t 4 1n can th 6 fr- i will o e t i Q 3 the s e qw e C 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I b 0 O t More than nine out of every ten cases of rheumatism are simply rheumatism of muscles due to cold or damp j or chronic rheumatism In such no internal j is required The free application of Liniment is all that is needed and it is to give quick relief Give it j quickly it relieves the pain and soreness Price 2jc large size soc the cases treatment CharnberIain9s certain a trial and see for how Rhoiimatisiii yourself ECiRIC AND ECNQh 1 it 1krUIItSIi ollldn qorllio I ndt taper American 1Jca1I St r P h nt nz rn t b 7 lntcect- secrtalp AtitxtrAY- Itp r nutrnrtea tee ivpdeconteu pi e s 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BUGGIES AND UAR CSS I t I I ItoBA j 1 i w t1CJ1e The cf b medicTne wr cGn i 1 i I TOWN AT hats 3ti rzt tic tL3 ol reic- lac pctmia vcr I I No 270 We ship vehicles Plrcol from our 1actcrv I to Consumer cx nilnKtivn r yi ft retrial It is oiUic greatest importance to the Globo Itugtfy HBTICBS Cu to cv iw a l used and Satisfied Customer Jvocftti ct i itil to mate cacti Moment t value of iiiatcrikl uorkii Irln Iud jrJe cf vehicle that It will be u Istnrf A imrnt and bring us many orders r tiirn If x t ae you hy an n r fo buy Mat the M dtllcaisns Profit ou will reroiuMiciul our poocis lo y nc OrGnnrnnlreiinl l towrc stotnvrs M Jtiw ilrt Ix to n Ifio x nre rc tcnlnl yuur nioauy la returned to you ou itoJw We inmuifncturc honest Yeliiolcft Hnrnr ia c tircnMonurBniiiicy I I orilpj rmrrrt y AVYJlo for our 1Vco and Uariu C a e GLOBE BUGGY S HARNESS COMPANY OWENSBORO HENTUChY I 1 c o ct to nil u II diet ill VJft hon err J r drains net ns tJ n 1 r t Z I I Two lri oua alt tnt t ez s nu risk and a u 1I rr 1 0 KuaIJIJPiJii Muhlenberg County is rich in coal iron timber potters etc and the most inviting field in Ken j F L clay tucky ofcaPfiat and Pllckx t VERY AND COLDS THROAT LUNG DISEASES SAVED fSER SONS UFE My son Rex was taken down year ago with lung trouble We Dr Kings New Discovery and I soon noticed a change for the betterI kept up for a few weeks and now my son isperfectlywell and works every day MRS SAMP RIPPEE Ava Mo SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY All Druggists 5Oc AND IOO KINGS D COUGHS CURES L AIID a I doctored some months without improvement Then I began this treatment j t NEW i 1 FOR vin If you rfro sick you wish to get well f course you do You wish to of the pain and iseiy and be happy again If your by female trouble you great medicine for women has re or cured thousands of ladies suffering like you from some female trouble I Get Well don f Tit H is can quickly get the right rem dy to get well Its go 71 ved ry n- u9 fret I f l- tTME 41 CARD U I tij r iLl OffJeers W A Wickliffc President C E Martin Vice John T Reynolds Jr Cashier Ed S Wood Assistant Cashier Directors W A XXickiiffe E J uryear R T Martin T Reynolds Jr Ed S Wood C E Martin Geb W Martin ftr JI tArJUNtti i1 PUl pgon Jjet 11 itif a dhtU d i San Hi UI b 1 reven vClj I nr arl1 die with and bad I took 12 bottles of Cnrdui and W cured Cerdui isa to women TrY it AT DRUG STORES I 5TfI XaCa Ba Yttut resident r J bcars emote stair le mcilth woild ve my Bead Goa send cJCering ALL 5recrviltc t Jlrattris The J L Roark Estate furniture dealers and undertakers has added to its equip meat in the undertaking department a Francis Engraving Machine as illustrated rhis machine is one of the very few in the State and goes to show the progressive spirit of the management in providing equipment generally considered necessary only in the larger cities With this machine the firm will now be able to supply ndividually engraved casket name plates instead of the stamped stock patterns usually employed And while the city undertakers make a cbarge of 5 for such plates the people of this county will receive them absolutely without extra cost j regardless of the character of outfit purchased The machine has been in the show window of the firm for some days and its beauty and the perfect work it does have been admired by hundreds of people Articles of every character can bt engraved in much better than usually done by hand This machine adds 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 coffins caskets robes wrappers slippers etc complete equipment for sanitary work and disinfection To provide the best in every branch is the con sUnt study of the uanagenient 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 other features will be added from time to time as they appear The Francis is fitted with all attachments for engraving articles of any character and the mechanical perfection oflheluachine appeals to all Tk public is given a special invitation to call ai nay time and see the awciim 1Euurnhiug LInd1tttt manner t 1 j1 X I S S i 4 011 t i 1 I r a eery r s tithe r r t3rvn fp PVW r t tl1 YO 1 f R I t THt REtORDd An IHrl pcudclt titw11tit1er tUUJtIlIlKP TuttRSPATII UT RECORD PRESS I a arr Ly 7 7 OWKN lUCK President ORIBN L KOAWK Secretary ORIKN L LonuOItane Talephinn Nf 72- OIHce In new nnntx rear of Htorc floor 50 CUTS PfR YEAR IN ADVANCE I TERMS The ah of the paper Is para ble in a trnnce and when the to whlcfc it U paid the paper will Irc mopped thank ubltnarr 1 oncer than t ii Hues will I chars of No per line will be made for aucceed IDR lines No of this rule to unyopt- Kree nample coplen will be mulled AiWf rtU ments will be Inserted A rnte card will IHJ furutfttipd on rv juc tt maVe nil re mltUnccit payable to UKUUKU 1REKS Ureenrllle T11UKSDAY OCTOBER 21 Wti Entered at the Greenville Ky poclofflce secon matter ANNOUNCEMENTS We are anthnrlted to announce WALTER C KIMMEL A cnndldnte for Sheriff of Stnhlrnberg county subject tothe action of the Republican party ron CIRCUIT count nunis are authorized to announce c s CeRn a candidate to the office of Clerk of the Muhlenberjr Circuit Court subject to the action of the Republican party Ton COUSTT COURT CLERK We are authorized to announce t V II LEWIS a candidate for reelection to the office of County Court Clerk of MuUlenberj county sub ject to the action of the Republican party We are authorised to announce OEO a Candidate for reelection to the of Jailer subject to the action of the Republican party OUT in California a university graduate is in jail awaiting trial on a charge of robbing a haberdashers store The desire for loud neckties and striking hosier y sometimes is uncontrollable AGRICULTURAL schools for women rkRC ard Belgium The course riile brief aniLjfae c 6ol gry PV fart part of lot Rother There are agriculture and household economy but special attention is paid to dairy work the making of cheese and putting up foodstuffs and preserves In France the schools are under the Department of Agriculture laHrtftl fates The trunkline railroads are be lieved to be reviving their of two years ago for an ad of 10 per cent in freight rates Shippers and railroad interests alike appeal to public opinion for support in this matter The former contend that the net profits of railroads have so increased within the last twelve years as properly to call for reduc lions in their rates The railroads insist that cost of materials and labor has risen so much as to war rant a rise in rates ot even more than 10 per ceat No means of securing an authori tative hearing and judgement OR the suggested advance is provided in the interstate commerce law On the other hand the railroads may file new rates with the interstate commerce commission and then pro ceed arbitrarily to put them into ef fect Not until after the latter ac tlon do shippers have the right to file complaints and secure from the commission a hearing upon which it may base a ruling as to the justice of the new rates President Taft in his Moines speech pointed out that the railroads should not be per mitted to raise their rates unles they first show sound reasons for doingThe advocates an amend went to the Hepburn act to author ize the interstatccomtaercc cots misioft to prevent the going into ef fect of sew rates announced by a railroad if within thirty days the proposed rates are filed the commission either upon complaint or upon its own motion orders a hearing in the matter Such an amendment carefully drafted to protect all interests should be pass ed by congress at the next session The present condition of business uncertainty due to the muddled rate question demonstrates the need the amendment Get wallpaper cheaper than ever known Roark has cut the price on every roll in the house and has paper IB coinbinatron of border ling at from 4 I OARl DITOR il ul notice etc r A S Adlre and iII I r Ion cotton t fur retltctlon r Ton JlUn-I t H YORK office I j J4 j iV 1 ar provIng their usefulness in 1 Jt LA R9ve lectures on t lie A e- I movement vance of 1 It It o p J t t upI ii i ii i f I f r 1 around t ti Card If c as class aWe t s IA t the count p t S a f Des r G afte- a C ir o wall to match scats a rteI a k y 4 POLITICAL DEPARTMENT j Edited by Republican Campaign orcmittee Oo oo 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 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 For Assessor SHERMAN HAYS ForMagistrates First District W R WALLS Second District Third District T B JOHNSTON Fourth District C W CISNEY Fifth District 0 T KITTINGER For Constable First District C x Why jusT y Yn the county by a Wonder if Jones and Rice are still in the hands of the committee Jones says keep the Negro ignor ant and he makes a better servant We love these Reformed Demo cratic candidates but Oh you Com mittee Did Jim Boggess let the cat out when he said we just want a chang for the fun of would be rather cumbersome to have a M committee sit as Coun ty Judge would it not Belcher and Pace wotjUf like to know when Jones an4 are and allowed to do as the please How many Negroes wftl suffer themselves to be hauled out of the County and deprived of their right to vote We would like for the Committee to release Kirkpatrick long enough for him tell the people whether or not he is still a Dumper Republicans when one of Reform Democrats asks you to vote for a change ask him how many times he ever voted for a change The entire Republican ticket will win by handsome majorities if each Republican will see that his neigh bor Republican goes to the election T O Jones wight give us some reference down at his home Carolina so we could inquire what kind of Democrat he was before he reformed Can we not persuade the Cum mittee to release these Democratic candidates and let them tell the voters what kind of a change they are wanting The Attorneys for the I C R R Co are devoting their entire time in this campaign trying to convince the voters of the County that we should have a change They would no doubt like to get rid of W O Belcher as County Attorney and X W ALLEN W J LONG W DRAKE tcttLO not It J J to thC In North- r Jet one they could control th rz 1 coI stnittee it- t Dice released Na ya w e If enough men like T O Jones could be elected to office in Ken tucky it would not be necessary to arrange to haul the Negro away on free excursions to keep him from voting Judge Pace wrote James Rice a letter asking him for a joint discus sion of the campaign but received no reply Jim is in the hands of the Committee you know and should not be blamed We arc told that we need a change What kind of a ch inge would these Reform Democrats give us if they should be elected Such a pity they are in the hands of the committee and to say anything A candidate for Road and Bridge commissioner has been informed that if the Democrats elect a ma jority of the Fiscal Court that the Bridge Commissioner will be selected by the committee Uncle Marion Dukes Jim Rices Uncle says Jim told hint he joined the A S of E because he was forced to he was opposed to the whole thing Since that time Jim bias been in the hands of the Com T O Jones is opposed to educat ing the Negro He says they ought to be kept in ignorance and Jones no doubt thinks that is right as that is the way the do it down at his home in Noith Caro lina When T L Roll was telling the Republicans that he voted the Re publican ticket in 1890 he evidently forgot that we voted open ballot at at that time Roll had better get in the hands of that Committee and not talkso much r It is rumored that a free tCratic Utee onthe I C R to Louisville on the day of the election for the purpose of negro voters out of the county Wedo not know whether this is true On the card circulated by T O Jones announcing his candidacy for County Attorney he states that the Nominee of Reform Democratic Ticket We should be glad to have Jones explain just what he means by that Is he a Reform ed Democrat or does he mean to reform the Democratic party The only reason given why the Reform Democrat ticket shQUJc be elected is that we ought to have a change What kind of a change is wanted Jsnt it a fact that these fellows just wapt Ube offices changed frflm the hands of the Republicans fntp hands of the Democrats The Chairman and fijppretftry pf the Reform Democartic Jampagn onmittcc are owned body and breeches by the f C R Co T Q Jones says hp is in the hands of that Committee That js no doubt true and he woijld regain ji ther hands if he should be elected County Attorney They want a change you know One of the schemes of com mittee is tQ run an excursion known as the lannell excursion on the morning of the election and to gull some of the voters into the be lief that they can get back in time tp vote hope that no Republi can will be misled in such a manner If they want to give you a trip to Jpuisyille or Paducah let it be done after the election KM T J Sparks will gfiak at fte Feltewii Places aid OPt 2 Drakesboro y p m 33 Hope SchoolhoHse 7 p m If a change is needed why not go before the people andtell them what kind of change is contemplated Why not suggest some remedy for the supposed evils of the present county administration A can didate who cant go before the anti a reason tor the faith that is in him would be a dangerous man to have in the county offices especially since he is in the hands of the committee n t permitted Roadand miUee l disfranchised excursion hauling or not then R then Ye Give Cam a his tie Tie a e people 4- t S- la e Will they io it Agaii this Time In 1 5 the leform to Steal the Election by Contesting the Electta of Every County Of ficerThe following is an extract from the petition filed in the Muhlcnbcrg Circuit Court by E A Taylor against W O Belcher That at precinct number mile known and diaignatcd as the Rose wood precinct the election was held in the school house and the officers holding it is fraudulently and illeg ally placed the booth with the open end or curtain fronting an open window so that persons on the could see through into the room and into the booth and how the voter marked his ballot and that many voters after they had stamped their ballot illegally exhibited and displayed the remarks thereon to the said persons outside yet the said officers illegally anti deposited the ballots so ex hibited in the ballot box That at precinct No 3 known and designated as the West Central City precinct the election was held in a storeroom and the officers holding it fraudulently anti illegally placed the booths with the open end or curtain fronting an open window so that persons on the out side could see through it into the room into the booth and how the voter marked his ballot and that many voters after they had stamped their ballot illegally exhibited and displayed the maiks thereon to the said persons on the outside and yet the officers illegally and fraudulently deposited the ballots so exhibited in the ballot box That at precinct number Two known and designated the Bremen precinct the Republican clerk S H Vincent was so drunk during the greater part of the day as to be utterly disabled thereby from the duties of his office The plaintiff therefore prays that the ballot box of the Bremen precinct number two be opened and the bal lots therein inspected that the from precinct num her two WestJStititral City precinct number Rosewood judgement decreeing the and return of the defendant W O the office of County Attorney was an tndue election and a false that the plaintiff A Taylor at said election duly elected and should been so returned and finally for all equitable and proper relief The statements made in the about the West Central City voting precinct the Bremen pre cinct and the Rosewood precinct were sworn Mr E A Taylor the Democrat candidate for County Attorney The proof showed that the charges were wjthoqt fqqndatjqn and a large number of Democrats in Bremen testified as to the elec tion there being fair and properly conducted The contest was aban doned for the reason that the Judge of the district could not be pulled in and made a party to 3HCh 4 3tP3l ThP present Ppunty officials wefc pelt to a large and a great deal qf trouble in de fending these suits Will they rer peat the tactics of 1993 w en they Mr J L Boggess the only Demo crat that we have any knowledge of making a speech during this cam paign made a short speech at Weir Saturday afternoon In the course of hjs he he hit nQ to make against the county administration that he supposed had been all right but argued that the people should vote for a change just for devilment Now this is the frt a reason had foegn for voting fop a change It might be it would be JOT In other words the fiqan pjaj rnaQagemcnt of the coijntys affairs might suffer 8Qod idea to trade horses in trip middle of a stream The report was sent out to the Louisville papers and to the Owens boro papers that the Democrat ticket would win This was done to pre pare the Democrats out in the state for the visit of the taxgatherer of the Democtatic committee and as soon as they had time to read it the TREASURER of the committee packed his grip and silentjy stole away with shrug of the shoulder that said boys going after It1 What success he had in getting the democracy this state to believe in i 1 u Ticket Tried fraudulently u returns ifbe thrown out and tJhe vUesc 1fPIP election return E was to J petition to br Circuit c eteitGij speech t n tim U devilment U Not 4 tt a II Tam x outside discharging theAremen three And precinct nurribe 4 t t Belcher saidofce hay Pegs or th1S Ie ark sal tll i avertg II r k JS 4 e his plans air ot know neither will the cc ni know just what succe he i The boys in the ditches iii i work for the Democratic ickt ill be kept in the dark as to the amount of the campaign fund We suppose it will be large though as a brother of one of the candidates was heard to say they intended to buy two hundred Republican votes The Democrats are busy nowadays trying to make he negro believe that they arc his friend The Argus the official organ of the Democratic party in its issue August 20 1909 has this language to use about the negro Deputy Sheriff C E Blackwell on last Thursday cap lured a BURRHEAD by name of Howard Johnston who was charged with breaking into the house of Wagoner Johnston This is a sample of the kind of language they use in referring to the negro yet in the light of these facts they arc at the present time courting the negro for his vote Every law that has ever been placed upon the statutes for the up lifting and betterment of the colored race has been placed there by Re publicans Weir Ky Oct 17 1909 Mr J W Hill Dear Sir As you are the nomi nee of the socalled reform Demo cratic ticket placed in the field some time ago by the Democrats and I the nominee of the Republican ticket for the same important office that of Constable of the fourth magisterial district of Muhlenbcrg County I hereby challenge you to a joint discussion of the issue of the campaign at such times and places as may be aggrecd upon in this dis trict I want you to tell the voters whether you intend to icform the the candidates upon the ticket or the party whose nominee you I am anxiously awahing your re ply Very truly W B CASKEV 1 0 Pace will Speak at the Fdtewfog Places and Time Oct aa Wyatts Chapel 7 p m Mr Jas Rice is invited to share TwWtM f N tnr- MMMMKt discussion of the issues of the Campaign T 4 Highest prices will be pad for hides by Coombs A CtBfaristi if Lights Mi ietweei Western KcitMcky Cities art Greenville In order that the citizens of Greenville may know how the price paid for street lighting and fire pro tecUon in this city compares with the amount paid for similar servic in other cities in the Western part of Kentucky I wish to show following comparison between May field Hyi and Greenville The gjty uf Mayfield which is twice as large as Greenville pays the following prices for light and water 82 Are lamps S per annum each 04 Fire GO ra a ro Light house Q tl l The pity of Greenville the following prices 22 Arc per annum each S Fireplug 1 3 V 3S U TiigJlt lm9 IwU Stt per un ThU 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 LIGHT WATER Co J A OILMAN Mgr NPW IjW in the latest faces fresh stocks of stationery and quick serv- t ice place this office in position to command your job printing wants Posters Programs Inyitations Note Heads Letter Heads Calling Cards Receipt Books Shipping Tags Business Cards Circular Letters Announcements In Fact Evcrythiqg Our electric equipment enables us to handle promptly all orders for job printing Give us your and we insure satisfaction er of are lit Water- e th about plus u I cog pa s Stir 1i u I U O tit Cid tI Qvetopes fJitt t Cttd n I J ufi tl u h tN SEaiMis3ent Hee r- P4 business 1 1r la c To The VOTERS of GreenvilleWe ial progress of our city especially are we gratified at its long strides forward during the last four years We believe that the city government should remain out of politics and on ac count of that belief we have consented to stand for rcslcction for the offices of Mayor and Councilmen respectively We are also of the opinion that all of the voters of the city should be allowed to express their choice for the office of Chief of Policc and we therefore pledge ourselves if elected to cause a poll to be opened in the City Hall on a day to be selected during the month of December 1909 wherein each voter in the City of Greenville may express his choice for Marshal or Chief of Police and we agree to abide by the will of the majority in selecting a person for that position Yours for a progressive nonpolitical city government JWLAM R WALLACE C W ROARK CM MARTIN J BOHANNON r HOWARD BLACKWELL CITY JUDGE W H DEWITT TO THE VOTERS of GREENVILLE the undersigned citizens of your town feeling competent and qualified to act as city officials for the betterment and general welfare of our town submit pour names for your consideration and to be voted for as City Judge Mayor and Councilmen at the November f 4vrT u VYrv If we should be elected to serve you in such capacities we 3 all means and methods within our power to promote the peace prosperity and advancement of our town and shall v administer equal rights to all and exclusive privileges to none We understand that it is being circulated that if we are elected that we will dispense with the water and light and improvements such is false If shall favor the continuance and the improvement of the water and light tern and have them equally and justly distributed We will favor the improvement of streets and alleys of the town that have been ncgteqtcdp by the present officials We shall have no pets qr specials and favor a change of the police force For T MARTIN T City P JEFFIHES B DUKES RILEY M DEXTER G CHATHAM H C McCRACKEN W R DENNIS J H 0SMITH Selecting Wall Paper for one or any number of rooms can be done with sat isfaction at Roarks In the fifty stock patterns shown there is wide variety of design and coloring And the goods Jive ready for immediate delivery One great ad vantage is the ability to get more if you find you need it and if you have a roll or so it is easy to return it and get credit r J i i 4 I L Marshalor t Y E 4k G t c M W D t j j JO 2 l h willuse interest electedwe sys MayorR JudgeG J rt 1t i f Qri 101 JIlcIOJI 00i l over U U n n f T t j J A r tf t Z A z We e y f 1 Councilmen S Q0 0 wa b t i jw Just at this time we have several SPECIAL BARGAINS IN QUANTITIES sufficient for one to three roomsthc price in some cases half Price on every Pattern is o COME AND SEE OR ASK FOR SAMPLE BOORS 0f J II 01 JIlcIOIJ1I1 10 being low a which will be sent on request The Estate d r- r 4 Iliw y l e i- S J q I C R ft LOCAL TIME CARD 0 l f tI tJ c KOUTI1 BOUND no It Louisville Express 1 1 25 am 103 Cincinnati Expresn lSlptn los LoulHVllle Limited 4 IK am 130 Central City aocom 715 pm 80UTII BOUND NO 135 Pnriucnh anil Cairo nrouui 515 am lit FIIIIUU Auuouimudntiou ISJOptn 101 New Orleans Special Nor 23 1093 W aOnAwroiiD Agl Our Mr Orien L will make a visit to the Chicago and St Louis markets soon and we so licit special orders for Fur niture Interior Decora tions etc The commis sions will be carefully ex ecuted and handled on a narrow margin IKe J L ROARK Estate TRUE WORSHIP BY ROBERT BROWNING Kobcrt Drowning xvns n puzzle to tbe rel ljr iourt rcndcrH of bU day in any of his phrn es lleaKe l thC most orthodox while others them In dismay But he niaile his faith plain and iiiulerstood whets In be reviewed various forms of worship In the churches The selections below begin the ninth canto of that poem So he salJ so befalls Oo l who rTKlstera the up Of more cold water for bin nke To a Ulrtclplc reiulercil DisdaIns not hi own thirst to ulnkc At the poorest love was ever otferetl And because my heart I proffered With true love trembling at the brim lie anlTera me to follow him Forever my own way dispensed From Becking to 1 Influenced By all the lens Immediate ways That earth In worships manifold Adopts to reach by prayer and prnlsc The garments hew which lo I hold I I will be wise another time r And not desire a wall between UK When next I see a church roof cover So many specie of one genus All the foreheads bearing lover Written above the earnest eyes of them M o these men praise him I will ralao Oj K i f i UosciflrHtChristtatiMUnjst T job work County court next Monday 3C Join the crowd that will be here MondayS Coombs buys beet hides I ps Good morning Have you made S up your tickets yet 5r BL iijA Arrangements are being made to 15jmng several voters home for the election The overcoat question is now one a of the serious problems to many persons ffc Get a ballbearing Bissell carpet sweeper from Roark fj The sheriffs office is getting to be SL place taxpayers desiring CUx save the penalty The various councilmen on the iKtwo tickets are letting the dear vot 6rs know their wants v C McCrackenifyou want i concrete work of any kind Orien L Roark was in Dawson fr Springs last Thursday on a pro x yfessiohal call The roads have the annual Octo ber goodness and traveling has been a delight for several days Best meats of all kinds at Wick new meat shop Telephone fbko279 P The young folks are getting ready jVto observe Halloween night in var ious ways appropriate to the oc wagons have been almost j3iusthng to get a supply before bad arrive jj iCet tickets at Countzlers for the p musical comedy College afeat the opera house tomorrow night fcVi Press reports show a very heavy fife damage over during tl e past few days This is always 1 case at the commencement of JL a defective flues and worn bisj wt pipes are put in service with usual results v 1 340 Iln Roarka O a t O If eu Eve UI TnIceiJ to their point 1 2Li tOboT I lRe O t your 4 J t E t J popular IA r See R ojfti Ii t 7 iffsol tI pasion Coal ng the traffic lately everyone 9 l ttThc o j testate So 4 J toi II i Notices I 0 w J ofprIse 4Gie us ftP X e 4 i b k B roads 4- Boy- 0 the whiter L1SSS c 4 I The skating rink is drawing heavy and a great many new people are learning to skate The opera house will open the regular season tomorrow The College Boy being the premier Miss Marguerite Edwards of Russcllville is a guest of her school mate Miss Vera Morgan Take your hides to Coombs who pays the highest cash prices It is almost a certainty that we have gass and this will be item of great benefit to the We are to elect a mayor police judge and board of councilmen next month But probably you have heard of it Give Wickliffe your meat orders New shop best service free delivery If you have not already made the fruit cakes for Thanksgiving and Christmas it is time the matter had your attention Messrs C S Curd C B Wick liffe and F H Lewis arc attending the Masonic grand lodge in this week If its wallpaper you want Roark cnn sell you at saving prices Mr C A Williams wife and child Dr and Mrs J H Bray and Mis J T Reynolds Jr arc in Louisville this week Two straight Republi can and a Fusion in the field lor city councilmen mayor and police judge and there will be some active canvassing done Hot and cold baths day and night and Sunday until 1030 a mJi at Sam Ree Martins barber Rev W J Mahoney of who is state Sundayschool secretary will be here Sunday and occupy the pulpit at the Baptist church morning and evening Quite a large crowd attended the I sile ottthepropet of ho Z Stovall on tbe farm neat the depot last Saturday The personal property was all sold at fair average prices but a bid of 1700 on the i5acre farm and the residence was rejected as the property is held at 2000 WANTEOvMan and wife without children to help on desirable farm near county seat Pleasant room furnished middleaged couple preferred Address giving all particulars as to age salary K care The Record Greenville Ky One of the candidates on the city ticket was soliciting the vote of one of our citizens one day the latter part of the week and suggested that the man vote for a change The voter is somewhat of a wag and said to the candidate I will vote for some change The point was appreciated and it may be that the matter can be Next Monday is county court day and it is expected that there will be a large crowd in town Politics will be at the highest pitch about that time horse and mule buyers will be here fall purchases must be made and the combination will draw people from all the county Call at Countzlers for all kinds of bulbs for fall planting J A Tap scott Bro florists Owensboro si66t production 0 town Louisville ticketsa ticketare shop Louisville late C expectedetc tt u adjusted sections- of hall WIT Republican A healthy vigorous woman not over 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 45 TWO CITY TICKETS OUT Things political locally are in a state that outclasses county affairs There are two tickets in the field for city offices and some tall is being done The board of councilmen with Mr W 11 DeWitt for city judge run ning as a Fusion ticket and a straight Republican ticket There is much interest being aroused in all quarters and a heavy vote will be polled Following is the KEIUJILICAX TICKET R T Martin Mayor- G P Jcffires City Judge- S B Dukes Riley M Dexter J G Chatham H C McCracken W R Dennis J H Smith FUSION TICKET- J W Lam Mayor- W II DeWitt City Judge R E Wallace C W Roark C M Martin J G Bohannon C M Howard W D Blackwell Both tickets arc pledged to the development and betterment of the city the Republican ticket declares for a change in the police force and the Fusion ticket proposes to leave that matter to a vote of the people Notice to File Claims All persons having claimsagainst the estate of J S Tooley deceased are notified to present the same properly proven to me for settle ment oc 7 31 B Admr A rain fell yesterday that was needed Stock water was scarce in many sections and dust was dis agreeable Helth conditions will also be improved Mrs Ed Vincent died at her home in Hillside at 830 oclock Tuesday morning from a chill following a short illness had been married only a few months Lost strayed or six months old Scotch terrier white with yellow spots about Oct 5 Reward for returnto James Tinsley Greenville Ky 021 the week calling on his trade and shaking hands with many of the friends of former days he having lived here many years Sadie Montgomery the four months old daughter of Mr and Mrs A C Plain died at their home in the north end last Sunday night The child has been in condition since birth suffering from a complication of troubles but pneumonia was the cause of death Interment was in Evergreen cemetery Monday at 2 oclock p m The College Boy a new farce comedy that is guaranteed to tickle the risiblities of the most melan choly auditor is booked for appear ance at the Opera House on Frriday Oct 22 The piece is said to be of the most emphatic laughing hits of the season and it is produced and acted in a manner above criti There is much anxiety among traveling men over the report of discontinuance of the morning and evening trains betweed Central City and Paducah These are really two ot the most important trains on the road for local travelers You can paper an ordinary size wall border and ceiling at 100 to 300 if you will get in on the clearance sale now at Roarks Paper from 4 cents per roll up There is some talk that trains Nos 135 and 136 are to be the middle of November These trains have proven of convenience to the people of ern Kentucky but it is said that they have not received the patronage expected of them by the company It is hoped there is no truth in the report of the removal but the in formation comes from a source that causes the fear of such an action Notice to Ice Consumers After Oct io no ice will be sold at the plant in less than 300 pound blocks Ice will be sold all winter at uptown office at Jc per pound less than 100 pound lots and at 40C per 100 pound blocks After 15 only three deliveries per veek will be made on Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays and on Nov i deliveries will be discon tinued ocjr J A GILMAN Mgr present Councilmen C congestive She stolenA ron1v1riJ1 f Cin ati- as a j J theij ttu serious cism from discontinued qct I campaigning Council in en TooLEv Ss here orjt one roam greatS I In Memoriam IPiivcH have their time to fall Anti tluwciH to wither nt the north winds Anal HtnrH to net lint nil Thou nil Kfioiia for thine own Oh death Mary Catherine only daughter of Mr and Mrs V B Southard was born December 1905 and died of diphtheria at luzerne Oct 8 1909 She was a bright affection ate child the joy and treasure of the home Her visit to this earth was briet only three years and ten God lent her presence like a beam of radiant light to bless and brighten the home and then transplanted her to a sorrow and temptation are unknown Mary Catherine was indeed an in teresting child her life like a sweet flower unfolding each day with new beauty Her pure and gentle spirit was given back to its maker before it had tasted lifes dark and bitter stream or stained the plumage of its sinless years Where is that spirit flownThe we useil to see was but tlia vnluuut that Him u vil to wear The grave that now doth presM upon that emit oil drett It but the wardrobe locked she Is not there In drcainn I sec her now And on her angel brow I see It wriltuil TlUHt shall ce rac October 8 1909 Gilbert V Glenn died at his home in Cen tral City Ky in the Solh year of his age The deceased was a member of the M E Church South and of the order At the time of his death he was the oldest Mason in the county Burial was by the order at the family burying ground near Drakesboro Deceased was born and raised in Muhlenberg county and spent the whole of his long and honorable life here He is survived by four children Robert and Mollie Glenn of Central City Rufus Glenn of Chicago and Moses Glenn of Hattiesburg Miss What is expected to be the comedy hit of this present season in local dramatic offerings is J F Kellars production of The College Boy which will be seen at the Opera House on Friday night Oct 22 The play is the latest of the pen of the successful uu thor JKJgl incidents atioVa 11 Moris Seats can be secured atCo Igrs Drug Store Yw V f 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 yule for the following distances and in front of the lots owned by the following persons towit Beginning on College at its intersection with Trowbridge street and running South C SCuid 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 and on the 4th day of Jan 1909 and relating to the renewal and construction of pavements in the City of Greenville Side walks shall be 4 feet wide and said work of constructing same shall be done at the cost 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 provid ed by the ordinance approved Nov 4th 1907 and Jan 4th 1909 as afore said Sec 3 The owners of the lots mentioned herein shall be given 30 days from the publication of this ordinance n The RECORD in which to do this work jn the event qf their falling so to do the contract for such paving will be after the publication of one advertisement in The RECORD let to the lowest bidder as provided by law J W LAS Mayor ORIEN L ROAKK Clerk Fine Farm Land for Sale I will sell 76 acres unimproved farm land one mile of town For particulars call or write Greenville Ky jl 24tf J t list monthsbut landwhere f Mali nic prod t Mr nd11ii c iVOl r and iS s iiWit and provoking l Dea veIl breath- p there- On 4 1 Chas Rigsr comedy t to abound in the Street MEET ME A1 L HUMMELS STORE The Fall lYlillinery Now Awaits You S j New things from the leading New York houses have been coming in for some days past The deft fingers of our own clever millinery makers hYC UKeW s9 been busy adapting igeaa to the tf the WQoen Qf ftguhienberg 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 brcatjtb Feathers and velvets are the leading trimmings and but come and see Some of the Most Charming Creations Range from 300 to 750 in price You are 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 STORE MAIN STREET OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE for X I tat yuqraelf 15w OPERA HOUSE One Night Friday OCT 22 The Merry Musical Mixup THE COLLEGE BOY A Laughing Contest a AI H Jest of Spepialties and n SutCj h BAND AND ORCHESTRA Scats on sale at Countzlers Drugstore Prlcct 2B OB and BO Watch for the parade at noon The debate scheduled for this week between Rev Laslic of the General Baptist church and Rev Dunn of the Church of Christ has been postponed on account of the serious illness of the wife of Rev Dunn It is thought now that the series of debates will be Ivfov 3 Due notice will be given Get in on the special wallpaper sale at More than a score of pretty patterns will be very lowest prices Rev Sydnan wife and child of Pierce Texas arrived last week and will reside here where Rev Sydnan has accepted work as pastor of the Presbyterian church at this place in connection with other charges near by He filled the pul pit at his church Sunday morning and evening and was greeted by large audiences on both occasions Coicrcto Work Ceafracted I am prepared to do pavement and other concrete work and shall be glad to make estimates In limestone is used in base and surface throughout city specifications in every particu lar Give me anopportunity to bid on your contracts R C McCRACKEN Tbe Registered POLANDCHINA BOAR NOXAL WONDER No sire Perfect Wmder u r startedon Roarks soldat pavements complyingwith s 17 450 r I fcm QUEEN QUALITY a fine individual from a perfect strain of prize winners is now in service at 100 cash in hand only The patronage of the public is solicited J E COOMBS Patronize the barber shop near Max Weir corner I r e i I new Mr Geo Eaves was in Nashville this week on business A child of Arah Bradley colored died in town last Friday If you want job printing the best can be lied at this office Rev O E Johnson of Cay here with friends aVfew dd th week lv t Mr and Mrs Mt akfffT have the symplhy pf loss of their new born baby last Fri day For Rents Ilice new threeroom cottages prices reasonable lighted with elec tricity J H PITTMAN Mr M B McDonald was Dixon last week attending the 70th annual session of the Ution Association of the General Baptist church Try This In November Thousands upon thousands of fam Hies who have not been regular of Quaker Oats will begin on the first of November and eat Quaker Oats once or twice every day for thirty days of this month the result in good health and more strength and vigor will mean that every other month in the year will find them doing the same thing Try It Serve Quaker Oats plenti fully and frequently for the thirty days of November and leave off a amount of meat and greasy foods Youll get more health more vigor and strength than you ever got in thirty days of any other kind of eatingWhile you are trying this see that the children get a full share Quaker Oats ia packed in regular Ble packages and large size family I want to buy hides and will pay top market prices in cash J E COOMUS Rev T A H Laslie is preaching at the Baptist church this week at 230 and 730 p m and is drawing large audiences He is a strong man and is delivering some splendid discourses For Sale A secondhand cook stove and two sewing machine wag ons Apply T M Morgan A series of revival services is in progress at Hillside conducted by H Kiraleyof Central City as sisted by Rev J M Burden of Earlington The attendance is large and there is much interest Wickllffes new meat shop near the Babtist church is open and ready for business Free delivery Tele phone No 279 Wallpaper is rolling out of Roarks store lively the clearence prices appealing to people far arid was 1 tri ri Q11sJn thc J in eaters nesr during corresponding packages 7 is GIVE NATKE A CHANGS have cotton toolwpimion direct from tnro13 tho at teacher of mankind Wo can lock to Katun for our needs Intho recent war tho sur of t 0 navy and uncovered that wounds would heal manand with tatter success If loft to washed tho wounds with TatMi leen boiled paid thus the wounds a powerful dress o Grt aid to 1ic 1 rtli motifs rooiiltcd ho loss tf JJj of men lnlc I In a hospital for their wounds 1 iIs only it crvlnrr laturc j inc i of ua ratTer cnn tin jor another from ln i tlon Impu 5 Hood an1 a jndown Our l i In Natures laboratory la t3 rocda im tar American plants the roots rlwill str ny years ago i physician wh hr 1 rn unions I mado a striking on the usu I confreres In medicine i j went jtrcisht to Nature frr tho euro f thoso stuimvh disorders which I ro oitcn in nn anaemic condition or lr blued bra of pimply sln leelhig ct lassitude tr I Fa the park t the ChorryUco tin root of tfcj Maiulrali root root IllooUroot rml Pal root mado Into a ronlrohollc extract tho uwjcf rlyccrlnomadj tho best niterand tonic Tho it frcshln inlhienca f tl3 extract J3Rtcico apparent In tha recovered strength cf tha nth Issro rubbish which mnr rolon f i syst n nUTarive aniextract Hen four to and nlono ri a Invigorating tonic as ft dog ntit depend on for a fah hub 13 7 t rc own TJCJIC i cf and cleansing tho torn It tones lo stomach anl thS Mood la Natures own Itknown nil over tho world a3 Trt Golden Medical was this v jotaW because ono of tho incredfenti was Seal root nn authority Kobcrta Lartholov c use as a stomachic tonic CurC3 catarriof tho stomach and hcadachca accoc tho samn Dr Groves Coo i Ills book Organic of Golden root says that as a live it c jmj ho In chronic inflammation of tho bladder wo d om ifco moft reli able agents cf euro A3 a t nlc h thn s tar i of f vrrs dysentery nnl oi or nrnti dlenses II Lcul root ij iuIIurlappropriate 77o wocM tan cAl that our cxporlenco has dniou strata the or Seal roc to bo a valuable remedy in bronehltl laryngitis and affections cl tLi r Of In chronic catarrh cf tinstomph and bowel following abuo c rleohol a tonlo fovcr Has v antimalarial influence GiKxl In all conditions uteri no catarrh Icucorrhma etc nratlvo in chrona dyspepsia Ilobart A Hare M D tf Ponnsylvanla M Rcuddor in Specific Rrctl I illon says n Jb tlvo nnd Increases tho asslmlla fon t f food J5y those means the blotfj rirtchal nru this blood feeds thn cnrcu1tr I mention tho inns cul c m because I bcllcvo it lirtt f cla Via Increased power imparted by IJQ jImulatIr Improvement on tim nrrvo3 and systems results Sin relation tp Its general effects Qn rT UK tjulis useful In sir vice Lliltatcd clatcj I At tec ycr3 rf arid work L Ticrco produced tIm norfr American forests ly tlio audition of them ically i iro cf Ii f r Letter both for extract and preserving mcdi clncl rrlnr ica crlao lljclf u urcful Ii nculolno to iuo Inflcrairai n avd Ly clranrlnsr tho nrml rano f the stomr h a rocAitkma aids in Vie dyspepsia end stonach rnd Intosilnal The Common Scnso Medical covers or 31 stamps for the cloth liomid vnlnmn K ltV Pi rrn 3 Jain Stroot JJuffalo N Y Hon R Y Thomas has returned from a tour of some weeks through the west and declares that there is no place like old Muhlcnberg He says that in any line arid in the agricultural blanch our people are better located than he has seen and with proper effort can make this the garden spot of a prosperous section We have water timber climate markets at our doors and every essential and incentive for activity For Sale Ckeap Good doublebat rel breechload ing shot gun 12 gauge GKO ADAMSON 530 Greenville Ky 7 7 t 1 Ii 1 ht it i r t P b 3a wL c Iio E s l A lCOIS army Nature they on bandaged with clean lcnwo Ul I GS t f f IiI Ii roly n tcalc 1 o ten lo 1 c r lire c wca mcq1 t tmal ucons Q frj3 burn brighter their incrrascd consumes TIt I f oy 1 PIerce no ram t tt tt Cull ful lurthcr It one uf t1nu05 1 tory hIt Unlver3lt1 f 4iJk kvr1 w c t l Ilo1nf rt h I jl VZftfr iI r 11 c nto 7 r V i flrhappy combination Golc1clS with other cmcacOU3 rootscniazcia and in cum Uo these proper it tit r t3 1 tub r cia tC Is sent frm oq receipt I stamps to Qnrcwt rtamps for the book In Dr particularly anyplace J t SStS S5S r5 r Ss 1i ort Cop v ltcaltligivig C 5itrl sal Medical has acnt S 1 are tti j 41 JSN i 1alLdLLfl increasing ou strengthS Advisor 1003 pngcs Male 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 care Record Office Greenville Ky A Bissell carpet sweeper will last longer than 40 corn brooms costing from 12 to 15 the 575 See them at and have other advantages than the features ex plained o t L t iS j weep f ers cost 3 to itt R arks I moneysaving r J t ihf j4 J S ROARK Furniture WaJlpe4 er Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wrapper Slippers Vaults Disinfection ROAlft m J r i J i f 1r it ift jl i f i 1i1j j k i ro Iaf t Lu h u J 1 Grave 4 i T ji- v I IMPORTANT QUESTION Whsn lio Swine MnU the Chrnprnl C n Inn In the FlrM Scnxut or nt SIntsre Aicef Jt Is now pretty generally uader fcioud that sheep ami cattle make gains the most cheaply near the birth period and aso the most rap Idly This is owing to the activity of the secretions when nn imals are young Hut this explana tion floes nt so well apply to case of swine After several of experimenting at the Minnesota ex pirimont station it has ben nsc r ttiinrl that pigs do not gain nearly H rapidly when they are young when of more mature age Vheu they were on the s v l was found t nistke them gain n poiinu a Thy After wpniri g for two or rcc innitliH they seldom mrtl more than onemlf pouml per day hut aft or Miy fix or six months for the next jWo or months tley gniued well on to two puinds per day Thus it las lccn shown in hcveral instances that between the ages of five and eight nionthH ptgs have made the mot rapid Inerrn o fn weight Tle cxper Inn jtK refnrrort to were not ma e with a view to test this question lint these results eame out luiltUuUallv in n large intmlier of tests As u vo mit of th casual innuuer in which ihee eijnclusious roach wl the ivlativc oKt of tiic gains caunnt be pivei hut It probable those made near the bIrth period were the least costly owing to tu tmnll amount relatively of the food consumed This Is a great question It ought to be further investigated The ex perience referred to calls uj tho IhougVt that it may le posibe to rnnrltOt pork too young to bring Ute grower te greatest pronto even when sold asyoung as six or K vi n mouths the popular age M which to sell results in swlrc crowing so diferent from tho c ob tained in growing cattle and ohcep are well worthy of the closest studj CCorthwcKtera Farmer IIAEDY MAKURE V Vent nud ClcnM vA very haiidyjnanurc to maku It i herewith Tli Dipper figuve i aside view the lower chows the box OR seen from above It Jsvery easily eonstructcd is eight feet long 11 inches wide 13 inches deep arab slmpel like n flat boat At each end are handles mcd In unload ing It fs very convenient standing near the door where tIlt manure i3 thvown into it when tho able is clearcd in the morning A n J a tt o ZU dill cnlt r 111 t ort Thee BOX i e ja I ItJU o t i boc and hCH shown I j r taUe I r 4 greater sears tIt p I ere vine tij 4- c Stnble tJ Tt Snr r iiHICti13Z- q I S MANURE CAnnIER AND DUMP team is hitched to it when full is hauled to the dumping pile and turjicd over Jly its nid tho stable and its surroundings are kept neat anti clean In the lower figure at h l b b ore the handles uscsl in turn ing anti righting It A long clcvu runs from the bottom up over the end and to this the is n Inched C A Allen in Farm and Home When to Slaughter a Vis When tovlanghter a pig must de on what we have to feed him and the price at which food IB Helling in the market The price of pork ohm Bom figure but not so much a the price of fccjl For instance this in Rome localities pig feed is so high in price that every pound of additional weight put on eontx cents which is fni above the hJghot market price possible Where the hog raiser near n creamwry nnd con get milk nt n low figure or near a checsu factory nnd ran get whey for prac nothing it often pays to keel the till they are of good sie eve when other feeds are high This a good mnny piga are got rW of as soon as they attain n weight 130 pounds Farmers Review Treating float In Sheep The trouble of hoovcn or blont It cheep ennacd hy various gaseous oofr being tnlven Int the stomach such c green clover alfalfa etc is easily lieved l y tying a round ptlek back ir the month This is done by tnking piee of nn old broom handle or other round stick of nbuut that The stick should be ciglt or ten jnehes n round the stick near each end nnd tie at these places firing wMeli can be tied back of thr lied when the vtiek is put in th mouth This arrnntjpmcnt forces the mouth to remain open The gas will e fure and the rninrl will be relieved This treatment is na np pliouUle the cow us for to ahccp but a larger stick is required for tb cow Nebraska Fanner Sure Sonrt pf Ilcrcnae The poultry industry is fast bccom inga jui st hi port ant tne in tins coin and its future development will krtepenil largely upon the ntUtude of th average farmer towards it If he had lakcn hold of tIle matter he should and he huts ample opportunity for tlrcs ed poultry nnd egg trade can b ntndc tiC of the chief sources of rev the larmer Cotton Planter journal e l aud- It I borr i cnd cub ten tically t ben r rut rIOe r ld fur J1 1Q o n I J tit I I y J r f b yen I 4 I live- pig4 yea b V t b size p lung a 4 V s F S J 1- irs irSI J S55- P5 I 4 lb SOUTHERN AGRICULTURE HILL LAND AND THE DAIRY Hilts Too Steep to Cultivate Should Be Turned Into Gr ng Grounds In the south today thoro arc many hills being plowed that should be in crass It Is reported that an eld nero advertised bottom land for Halo and when the wouldbe buyer called to look at the land he found notbins bill land from which all the sol boon washed He wan Imllg nant and exclaimed You advertised bottom land Yns sah replied the agfd negro it shuah am Do tops all done pone and dat leaves just dc bottom land There are many thousands of acres of that kind of bottom land on south era hills and there will bo ninny thousand more If rddical changes in farm practices are not inaugurated By gradually plowing deeper wulH gradually filling the soil with vase table matter through the use of mal manure and the turnng undoi of sollimirovin3 crops some of the washing could bo prevented Of course terracing and hillside ditch ing should be done in a largo number of cases so as to carry the water down gradually and keep it from rushing down and carrying the soil with it But even If all those things wore done and they are not one time in twenty when they ore needed many hills would still be worth more In pasture than In cultivated crops Cultivated crops might do well for a short no but the heavy southern rains would gradually carry oft tho best part pf the land till only old negros kind of bottom land remained Then very poor cultivated crops could be got anti the pasture that could be got from time land In that condi lion would bo so poor that a dairy cow would travel over so much lard trying to got enough to cat that she could not give much milk Southern farming is suffering fnm many drawbacks but from none more than from roar pastures in a section that would grow luxuriant pasturage a largo part of the year if time rght pasture grasses wore used that is grasses suited to the soil of the farm to the cHnia to the shade or I ESrt inowhorciUhQSgrasses wore to grow hllliarnVwhethcr weeded or free irn thither will be good for one who has anything to pasture but the dairyman will be one especially who can use such land so as to get good returns from It Small patches of land that require onethird pf tho time spent in tho field to bo used in turning and that also have much waste land along the borders of the small fields can not be used for cultivated crops with much advantage Southern farmers must manage in a way that shows they ap prcciato the fact that labor is expen sive and must ho usod so P bring good returns for the tlmo Bpcnt This Is impossible in small patches La her also costs too much to use it in cultivates poor land Large blocks of land that are fertile is where money is made easily Cabbage Onions and Peas Put out thp cabbage plants so you can havo fine fresh cabbage hard headed ones early next spring There is no secret about putting thorn out Only leave the land rich and well prepared Have your rows for early varieties two and a half feet apart Drill In tho rows about 803 pounds per acre of a mixture of 8 pet cent phosphoric acid and 8 per cent potash no ammonia Ded with two furrows and set the plants from 15 to 13 Inclipg impart on the north sdo of the ridge near the bottom of the ridge say twothirds of the way down tho ridge The rldgo protects the plants from the cold winds and being on the north tide they do not start to grow ing so readily during warm days bo Wiled by tho later cold Then there nre onion sets that can be put out now and toward tho last of tho month marrowfat peas can be sowed There are many things that can be done in the garden this month that will add to tho comfort of the fatally next spring Cause of Milk Fever One of the most general causes of milk fever which attacks cows from 6 to 48 hours after calving is the carelessness of many farmers and dairymen in milking tho cows udder out clean just before or after calving which allows the glands of the udder to flop together which Irritates time glands and causes tho favor Nature places an abundance of milk in the udder at this time for the above pur pose and cnly a part of it should be drawn ct once repeating It frequent ly aa the mUle serves to keep the udder distended and full and acts bike tho air treatment does Cor PracUcal Farmer This is the month to than for next years crops unless you havo already done so In your planning bo suro to provide for enough feed for homo before laying out for the cotton and other socalled money crops With corn close to 90 cents and oats nsarly 70 cents per bushel and hay In proportion It is time for the southern farmers to grow these crops la abundance If your fallsown oats are likely to bo a failure or 1C tho acreage was not large enough pre pare land now to sow spring oats I I but had oft ant t th q1 pta S tot W r Trf ff G fI t A grod consumption Little Lod rami m YIcn ycur panting every Jays oclny cosli you money tan now It ooiU leu to ur rj o vih i Vs uo nctiiMg Lut good ptm on out rtorlc CARTER 5rW Pure WHtTS LEAD Pure Unsold OS Puru TurpontinfJ and the most c cclara Tile Ln d of point vra tne never cmdj or we only wu 3l removr U LV us wrh you when rcfidy to pent 7z fl tclaM n dumLIt j b rices rwuojwUl Dont put it J M HAYES Painter and Interior P corator Telephone No 254 t rt10 avcj 1 L 1i nc ia t woik Lurnbar eci too cuh to km rdccay kr ofa F ioI thrum adv oar t I lit 0 t e A Tir ran rnsi uvtnt liuio pia 1S oil forlghtcns end everything about the homo There no or dingy looking furniture orwoodwork in homes where Liquid Veneer is used all Is clean wholesome sanl Liquid Veneer can be applied by anybody anywhere at any time and there is no muss to clean up after ward There ere no cans no pots no brushes There are no sticky hands or surfaces Simply moisten a of cheese off the surfaces as you would do dusting Just try Li Veneer see how sweet end clean it vill make everything 2c bottloCCc to take Cardjl for your female troubles because c are sure vlll hso ou Rcmqnbcr that this croat iralc rsmcdy tar 4c tctU 250 r BRIWDHU 0 I t s c A kYou a I F i 1 eOLb ai weII w It- WiNE Uf r m 6 iY U has brought relief to thousands thcr ccl vcmfcn so vhy not to S you For headache backache periodical pains female weak yiess many Iiavo said It Is tho j bct medicine to take Try it I i Sold in This City n TftAog MARKS DESIGNS r V COPYriQHTa C Arvone urnrtlng a sketch ard dea Tnton ciar narcrinln our opiri n tree hotli r an hio tlonsHlrcMyconildcntfnl ilRfOHOOX seat hoe ldost rpmirj unu ruloniii Patents taken Co rccvtre luil- ioScfetHiiie Bsseslcast A hnnrtsomelr Illunf rnlp l wp Tnrscst cit nnr rlcullUn Jnuriiul aVnus 13 a DrnncU ORlco C35 F NTiuhlu tun Tbla ni naturo is on every box of the goarin Laxative Tablet iJie lemody that curve o cold in one tf oft t nllIlunlon tneiita IIinotice wlIlIout hlnro O Q tIQ f itlliilll f fr 1 pk i4 60 YEAIIS I L uiewbheIcn Fiuriii CO3dhlty OW York ilL Furniture Moldings Wall Paper We carry on our floors and In our ware rooms the largest variety of Furniture in Huhlenbcrg If we do not have what you want vre will get it for you We have radar con nections with makers of the finest goods in the country end through Our Special Order Department can supply any exclu sive articles at less prices than city stores or mail order homes Our Picture and Room Moldingstocks are always complete Wallpaper is now a staple article of mer chandise being used all the year round And we always have full selections prices S cents and ur Ter roll Bugtori tugraiuuijC- STOur Engraving Machine is the only one in this part of Kentucky and we arc exclusively prepared to supply individual Name Plates which we furnish on all outfits without extra cost Undertaking Embalming Coffins in White Enamel and Stained Varnish finish Caskets in White Enamel Natural Woods White Colored and Black Cloth Covered and Copper lined 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