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J t i if ic J KIKi tH U 1 i U Si AdvertiFing Costs It pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates I t y p r FRecord IVothing l- N and that no woman except in rare cases should submit to them Dr treatment will euro you right in the privacy of your own home His Favorite Proscription has cured hundreds of thousands somo of them the worst of ccsca It is the only medicine of its kind that is the product of a rcnlarly graduated tion No alcohol and no habitforming drugs arc found in Some unscrup ulous medicine dealers may offer you a substitute Dont take it Dont triflo with your health Write to Worlds Dispensary Medical Assooiation Dr R V Pierce President Buffalo N the advice received and be well Pierces everyingredienti Ytake 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 rugs and and gather the dirt to be outside and burned Brooms stir it in the air to be breathed grid settle over furniture and furnishings Use sanitary healthful means by using a sweeper Wallpaper at 5 cents per roll and up in combinations of sidewalls border and coding at Roacks Cut typewriter supplies kinds at this office lump ofa fliiitl More than nine out of every ten cases of rheumatism are simply rheumatism of the muscles due to cold or damp or chronic rheumatism In such cases no internal treat mcnt is required The free application of Chamberlains Liniment is all that is needed and it is ccr tain to give quick relief Give it a trial and s e for hott quickly it relieves the soreness Price 250 large sizg5oc I RhOUlnatisn l I r ourself pain null L j r T t tC0ti it s- Y Y vL k krr B e 1 D e N n and nridt Work wrist In sUR LOUEtLA ti tSlEY Edtp at Home I1st1 tat StreetI fOIOP10ft i t IN Gf Notary Pubid Li r CY I f iIYl 1 T I4Crow arYnsouuble OUce up statre thoJ t ding enriile X7 D2 Lt s Y Viir 1- Phyntcirn nnCI racon etc Mafu eroe etrec sear street 15- e171 HOWARD a DE 1f GRArA IIOWARDL SO- fdcc In Circa oft cttde Iloe- lC3sll I- 0Iflee ssfro 7t3 fjra JityCENTRALYi KY I tS ll1 lQ i1 Ulln Tti ls PGoae c8 I I I i i I r po T 1 M bl rich in etc and the most inviting field in Ken j tucky for investnlent ofcapital and pluck Rtlffifi iIl M A c- i r R rtR it I K rtlXat 7P er ounY is coad iron timber titer s clay VOL XI NO 3S KY TIIURSDA fecTOBER 28 1909 1 JBv 50c PER YEAR IN ADVANCEGREENVILLE t Melancholy Alabama Days There is no drier place in the universe than Alabama unless it be Deaths valley in Arizona or the middle of the Sahara desert Pro hibition has removed the last trace ot dampness We use the term dryness ot course in a bibulous sense and with reference to spiritu liquors There is water water everywhere and nothing else to drink and as AlabamiShs are not socially fond of water its melan choly days have como It is doubtful if the Alabama solons were aware of the ultimate results Of the Fullerlicke bill as they call it when they passed it with such exultant unanimity primary purpose was to keep the negros sober hoping to reduce the volume of crimes by them but in doing this they clamped the lid down so tight that they have kept the whites sober also by making it impossible for them to get liquor it being a crime against the peace and dignity of the state of Alabama to buy it sell it own itbring it into the state it lend it or drink at jey did not realize the full mpQrt of the law but a resent de cision of one of the most eminent law authorities in the stale has made it clear and brought consternation into every household The Alabama housewife has that shcxannot make black berry cordial ami put it by even for an emergency without subject ing herself to a heavy penalty And right now in the scuppernong wine season there can be making of scuppernong under penalty of heavy fine Cane beer tabooed The planter who shall set his skimmings to be fermented on his premises Copt hop or dandelion will find languishing jaiL a mint bed as they pass by Truly the Melancholy days have come for Alabama But there are other states for those who can and meanwhile the solons will have to devise some new means which may at least allow the whites their scuppernong wine arid cane beer while they are keeping negroes sober Muscular Rheumatism Many physicians think that the soreness and aching in the muscles which are usually called muscular rheumatism are really not rhunla tism at all but neuralgia For this they prefer to call the by its other name myalgia which means nothing more than muscular pain It probably belongs nevertheless to the indefinite group of diseases called rheumatic for it occurs frequently in persons who have other rheumatic of gouty trouble or in whose family these affections prevail and it is excited by the same to damp for example over fatigue indiscretions In eating or drinking that are believed to bring on an of rheumatism in the jointsAny or all the muscles may be the seats of myalgia but those commonly affected are muscles of the neck of the shoulder and ot the loins In children it often takes the form of stiff neck while persons of middle life the muscles of the loins are not infrequently attacked constituting what is known and dreaded by those who have had previous attacks as lumbago When the chest are at the sufferer has a stitch in the side pleurodynia the pain may be so acute as to simulate pneu monia or pleurisy The chief symptom of muscular rheumatism is pain in the muscles affected not usually very severe when the parts are at rest but some excruciating on attempted motion A light touch may be painful while deep and firm pressure gives relief The acute attack usually begins suddenly and the pain attains its full at tKe beginning grow ing gradually less in the course of or three days or a week In the chronic form there is al most always some soreness and ach r J r i us I I 1 t Their It I t f t e t r rt n- ol i is also dare to cane f s nI ttI fOP i rar a 7 fo of IIB r troD j to sniff getaway the I f I reason t thingsexposure coldand 1 attack I most muscles tackedor lord times 4 severit J two J t borrow 4 r 0 discovered r vine mself in ihclrefforts or x 1 fi c Sa- 7stiaaess Ihatihey niay hardly dar Y affection i r a I Y r e WELCOME WORDS TO WOMEN Women who suITor with isorders peculiar to their six should write to Dr Pierce and receive free the advice of a physiciuu of over 10 years experience a skilled and successful specialist in the diseases Every letter of this sort has the most careful consideration sad ij regarded as sacredly confidential Many sensitively modest women write fully to Dr Pierce what they would shrink from telling to their local physician The local physician is pretty sure to say that he cannot do anything without an examination Dr Pierce holds that these distasteful examinations generally need ofwomen arc ing in the affected in raw The internal treatment is the same as for rheumatism of the joints which is another argument in favor of the belief that the two forms are essentially the same and due to the same cause The pain may be relieved by dry oldfashioned treatment of lumbago by ironingthe back is good although a hotwater bag or a hot brick will do just as well without the disturbance that the the iron causes i Perfect rest is essential and this may sometimes be secured by the affscUd part snugly Rural Telephones Mr Farmer Make your home modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the received Call cr address our nearest office or write direct to head J at present enjoying tclephone service we Can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the southern portion or Indiana and Illinois CUMBERLAND TEU TEL Co Incorporated Pointed Paragraphs Many A woman dyes m an at tempt to avoid gray hair Its hard lines when your epitaph shows up on a tombstone An engagement runs is surely one kind of an exclusive circle It takes a genius to invent a tale that his wife will believe f- Its easier to lead some men tq the bar than it is to drive them away The average is either dig satisfied with what he has or with what he hasnt You are right Cordelia many a man lives on the square who resides on a back street There must be something wrong with of people who do their duty as they see it How many people know including yourself wht their neighbors to shed tears it they moved away Occasionally a man who never drank gambled other bad habit can show money that he saved by his abstinence When a flatters her hus band and then asks him for money he feels as if he had been taken up in a balloon for the purpose of being thrown out People who have tried it know that this is the very best season of the year to have papering done and folks who will look will find Roarks prices on wallpaper lower than they have ever known There is a genuine clearance sale on and it is the determination to close out every pattern of this years goods with the year No old stocks car rued and the cutting of the price is what does the trick Fine Farm Laud for Sale I will sell 76 acres unimproved farm land one mile of town For particulars call or write Dean Level Greenville Ky 5024 tf If its books magazines etc get them from thus office U musclesworse dampweather heatthe movement- of a benefits qua t rs slr rrf 4 In 1 a riot the vision sonic doyou couldcause or hadany 1IIt 1 CIIIJ j bandaging illekIen esse S marl 1 woman THE You can use Roarks furniture polish without cost if it is not satis factory in every way as it is sold under positive guarantee and no questions asled r t fore to your own satisfaction Serve It will be to our mutual benefit if you will allow us to ioer Right r The volume and quality of our business are the result cf each other The Mater the we give the larger business we get the larger the amount of f business given us the better service in return L ROARK ESTATE Greenville Ky I 4 t fti t t f t 11 l t1 J YDJ Right tf J j 15 ill all ill the best p y 11 c1 O j J J S l 4 V f ft r J tIor qa t J iUi tl i b f I tiffs able St f f rij f I give tHE I J t 1 j j t x t ip departments isThe L Ro i carrping ctp pgsftlonto o 5essin m S lD0 Cril ll the Sts 1Y1 R talent we are to roduce 1 resulwAandC7ulli there r x 8 Rkiiit A f 4 YeLl 1 sen ice tivcaii J f d 1J 4- o 1 b 1 0 b b 0 J J 1 I CTRICi ECHQ HLBCTKICIAV I I te Ids copy fneH you tinme lii IO acT- Siirnpnoii Snti Coi 8 Ikuini St llii ManiA fie I Ycrrbo I Le 1lrdIldlJlb4 IO IttIK ru ut a I If aIearin hr M11in Ktent MlhgM tO scab saw tic ee I crkMttn questions i I tutrfiL Sample oyy i if you mention lM v American Photography I C B kCMt St al lIIUTalll l frllllllj tore Ipric j u 1itntotrtthh7l Kt- feepboi HI cr I APN Mr Chas W Roark is local rep resentative of some of the best fire insurance companies and will ap predate your business which will be cared for prpmplly and in the very best manner I i d T Untontbck Poultry Fence no crMtr cod thin nttx for otalof ot fono tar Ift II I rwi et XTJIIOM TKICS CO D S 18 m Kansas City M HOWARD CO n I n tDD II- snit forJ01 ardl slid I qore elw b olcSardr and ptdn tall Mop nov WE IDES FURS Feathers Tallow Bcesivax Glnscnf Golden Seal YcilowRooO etc We arc Dealers and can do better for than or comoistton merchants Reference Book ia Louisvile R1 CHTABUSIIC IN toso 223 LOUISVILLE KY repairs typewrit rfarrie5 of all kinds l iTs any brand 5 I ou ents Write for weekly but shipping s bags ONS eMu e t f Orien L Roark fI J J i 1 Jj an once and to ABEL uys sells rents supplies trade in r r t of KKG DR FOR COUGHS AND AND ALL THROAT AND DISEASES i PREVENTS PNEUMONIA Two years ago a severe cold settled on my lungs and so completely prostrated me that I was unable to work and scarcely able to stand I then xvaa advised to try Dr Kings New Discovery and after using one bottle I went back to work as well as I ever was W J ATKINS Banner Springs Tenn PRICE 500 AND SlOO SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY All Druggists KINGS e NEW DISCOVERY COLDS LUNG rJ AND CONSUMPTION It t Very Serious It a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine LAcK DRAUGHT Liver Medicine The re of ths old relia ble medicine for constipation in and liver trouble is established It docs not imitate ether medicines It is better than others or it would riot be the fa vorite liver with n larger sale than all others combined SOLD IN TOWN AT FACTORY PRICES GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS I firmly III Ta- I i NO 270 TWOINONE Vc ship nl1 vehicles Direct from our C 0 1 to Consumer subject to examination ntul flee trial His of the greatest importance to the Globe Harness to have one who deals with us a put nsed and Satisfied Customer No t ffott i to tnakc each shipment siuh exccllcr t vnluc in quality of fi i n and cf veliicle that it will be a Lasting Advertisement ns many orders in return If sc 6u nn honestly mode and at n price It s the Profit you will rccomnieuu our good to your neigUlxir Or Guarantee i nt as toourcvstomcis as it would be to n dealer If ocxlnnrc not ns your money Is returned to you take no rhtk- JVo manufacture honest Vehicles nod Harnrts avc our customers money fill onterrt prompty Write our lice and Harness Cuialii ue- 6CQBC BUGGY S COMPANY OWENSBORO KENTUCKY II t C h bu I for HARNESS r 11u te every nd bring ss t represented t Avoid Danger youarc sick or suffering from any of the troubles peculiar to women dont delay take Car that wellknown and successful remedy for Thousands of women have used Cardui and been benefited Why not you Dont take chances Get the reliable ofttried remedy for women of all ages men dui Women 1 Y c TAKE tiij OF CURES CARD UI Jin IMzania Morgan Sneedville CUP wriiea fen I suffered with turn of life and tried remedies without relief I pains all aver my body and at times I could not sit up At last I took Cardui and now I can do my housework I have told ladies about Cardui and recommend to all women Try AT ALL DRUG STORES Sits t Hova Bauk Officers V A Wickliffe President C E MartinlyicePresi dent John Jr Cashier Ed S Wood Assistant Cashier DirectorsW A Wickliffe E J Ruryear R T T Reynolds Jr Ed Wpod C E Martin Geo W Martin tlio si k e t utr TReynolds JiJ tto S T pour ears man had r itsR y Martin J a The J L Roark Estate furniture dealers and undertakers has added to its equipment in the undertaking department a Francis Engraving Iachine as illustrated This machine is one of the very few in the State and goes to show Ihe progressive spirit of the management fn providing equipment generally considered only in the larger cities With this machine the firm will nowjwable to supply adividually engraved casket name plates instead of the stamped stock patterns usually employed And while the city undertakers make a charge oiSs for such plates the people of this county will receive thtm absolutely vithout extra cost 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 does have been admired by hundreds of people Articles of every character dan be engraved in much better manner than usually done by hand j 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 coffins caskets robes wrappers slippers etc complete equipment for sanitary work and disinfection To provide the best in every branch is con study of the anagement generous appreciation shown by the public has caused still deeper and greater determination on the part of the concern ir give constantly improving service and on the most favorable basis With this ilj view other features will be added from time to time as they appear t The Francis is fitted with all attachments for engraving articles of any character and the mechanical perfection of the machine appeals to all Thf public is given Especial i invitation to call at any see the niachine lJ1rttltrin1Etturat1tg nt ttt2L J necessary work t start andthe j 4 J l TU1I 1 11 JI It fit w a sx time T i9 ftMhAJF An Imlrpemhsnt Newspaper PRESS r L 0 TUE REtaRD runktellitU TntIRIIUAYI uT RECORD r 1- W OWKN KICK President Onto L Secretary ROAn I OKISN I ROAKK EDITOR Long 05 fn Telfpkfne N 7 OlH In new umrx r nr of store jrounJ floor 50 am PER YEAR IN ADYASCL The subscription MM in when expired to U U will Cnrd of thank lltunrv nullee etc If not than tm llu wtll free A chow of 6r Hne will succce d nv HUM No variation to free sample copies wilt be walled AdTertlwmentH will 1 Inwrted A rate card wilt be urnlMhinl on rri t- Ailitirnri till cunt wiiHlfUtloiiH ami tnnVn nil re Urecuvllle Ivy THURSDAY OCTOBER 28 at the OrcfnrlUe Ky pontoffloe an mutter ANNOUNCEMENTS run sutiurr- Ve a1 ntli4 rli it to announce WALTER ORIUMCL n cnndlijnl for Sheriff of Mnhlonlvr county HiilijiTl to action of the Republlunn arty You CIBCVIT COritT HLKIIK- We nrf nnthorliail I announce C a wuiOltlnt for reflection Ihi nfl1rp of Clerk of tint Mwhlenbenr Circuit Court ul J tit U the netlon of the RepuMluun party ron COOKTT count cwnic We nre itMthorljtrd to announce F II LEWIS a candidate for rH lcpll to the office of County Court Clerk of MuhlonlHrR county Jtttt to the action of the Republican party are authorized to announce OEO M YORK n candidate for reelection to the office of Jullcr liubjcct to the action of the Republican The End of The World A company of zealots in Mass achusetts await the end of the world Its members have abandoned then prdiuary avocations have sold their possessions and with singing and nraypf been spending the last jjayj in joyous anticipation of the ponsummation of all things It reported that there are 300 in the expectant company Their is that the top crust of thecarth uuhurr amidst the of the weeks of matter and the crush of worlds will be the elect to begin a new regime It is curious how such ideas pre sst despite the illustrations of lighted hope with which history abounds and with which the story of the United States is richly colored The men who were sure that the end would come with the year iooo have had many imitators in the times when the light ot learning has shone far more brightly The vciples of William Milles who donned their ascension robes and sat all nighi on housetops in 1843 gave up their goods in their certain ty of the end Many of them were forced to seek news places of re sidence to avoid the teasing of their neighbors and begin life anew when morning came and the routine of earth was unaffected Hindley confessed in 1873 that his doggerel attributed to the Mother Thlpton was a hoax but there were a good many people who had a notion that she might have had a vision when she declared The end of the world shall come eighteen hundred and elghtyonc So there have been many who translated the visions of Daniel arid the apocalyptic revelation of St John into terms of days and years proclaming the end and fixing the exact time They ill have been disappointed when their prophecies have failed But there is no for thinking that others as years pass by will not repeat the story of religious enthusiasm of accepted waiting and of grieved disillusionment Such things to appeal to human nature under spell of a cranky leader Judge Pace and W O Belch er answer the question asked on third page of this paper it People who have tried it know that this is the very best season of the year to have papering done and folks who will look will find Roarks prices on wallpaper lower tkan they have ever known There is a genuine clearance sale on and it is the determination close out every pattern of this years goods with the year No old stocks car ried and the cutting of the price is what docs the trick If its books magazines etc get them from this office e rBRMtJ IR I whit paid paper ton r If htil l r I 6 II1IUnCIII InUIItU lIUt84 v I M CURD to of Ion AnJn c e I t conviction win being C 1 war a worldly I fictitious u 10 i j to Ii ie to 7 i 4 If 1 2 1b a t 1 t I Q 0 I s h palm adrnnre Cite the b 4 tillrule ua ore pNsablr to ICI filtered second elnve the s sal I hurts i- df ff the wickedppeal m selics clement x S l di 1 ordlna r II K ha t reas revelation of see F 1k Will 1t r v 1 Y j MT R rt1 inc i POLITICAL DEPARTMENT Itlited by Reputlicaa Campaign Committee e e tItiee eeei eeeeeeeeseeeeeeeesee= REPUBLICAN TICKET For Representative For Circuit Court Clerk CURD Fcr 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 C 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 W CISNEY Fifth District 0 T For Constable First District C W DRAKE Second District Rice still in the hands of the Pannell and reform How that sound to those who know his past record Jones says he loves the reform ticket and would be glad to discuss the issues O you committee A for the Democratic Re form ticket is a Vote to put fiscal affairs of the county into the hands of T B Pannell The idea that any Republican will vo te for Curg Roll isridiculous No Republican will do for a Democrat that which the Democrat boasts did nor never will do for any If this Democratic Ring wanted to be of service to patroitism intelligence or morals of county it would do well to crawl oft Tom Pannells back yard and there commit suicide Mr J J Rice was led to believe that he could be elected and so he came across with his six hundred The others will do likewise will all have a more intimate acquaintance with the boss when this election is over are satisfied with the pro gress that the county is making the management of the present county officials do not fail to go to the polls on the 2nd day of Novem another It has alwals been customary endorse for a second term who have made good during their first terra The present county stand squarely upon the record have made during the pist four years an 1 are willing that all right thinking men judge them by it Are the men to be retained in office who are willing to go before people and tell them what they stand for or are the voters to be misled by false statements into turning them out and putting in those who have no mind of their own but are in the hands of the com mittee X J P LAWTON C S r1 YORK W LONG d JRC01IURE Jones and are Democratic buttt never ryRepublican The DIf ou under byemen I It 1 Jf J r 0 y W ALLEN J KIT IINGI R committee doe ivote- s th reall t Din S term- the the y- x iRM s- s r3 pNcW or It is rumored that Tom Pannclls unclean minions arc preparing a circular to distribute over the containing those select pieces of perjury subscribed to by Marion Carver and Bob Jackson in 1905 No fouler falsehood was ever coined than the same affidavits but their very unrlcanncss makes them select material for this crowd of character assassins and human harpies T O Jones says that he thinks the right of suffrage should be taken from the negro also the public school Of course this is Mr Jones feeling toward the negro because he belongs to a crowd that comes section where negroes are brutes yet he is seeking the sup port of these same negroes in his campaign None of the reform candidates arc willing to even suggest what kind of change is wanted None of them point out any wrong and a remedy Why not go before the voters of the county and point out a single misaupropriation of cuqnty funds if it hds been mis appropriated It would be indeed if the court had not made some mistakes but if it has none of the reform forces arc able to find it and point it out and suggest what they would have done under like circumstances Too bad time committee will not allow its eminent lawyer T O Jones to discuss the issue of the campaign with W O Belcher whom ArRMs says never was accused of being a lawyer Looks like Belcher would make a rather poor show against such a lawyer as Jones Looks as if it would be an advantage to their candidates to go before the people and show his superiority over Belcher He could then make a display of his legal lore Wonder if Mr Pannell will let him The Dem are about their large campaign fund We suppose it is true that they gathered together a large fund to corrupt the election They have made their boasts that they expected to buy two hundred votes on the day of the election We do not believe they can do this We do not believe that the b jys in the trenches those who hew the wood and carry the water will ever see much of this fund It is those who sit in Democratic headquarters and drink fine whiskey and smoke ten cent cigars during the day and then pile in a double rig and go to the country and tell the boys what to do that will use most of the money We doubt if any of the except the tax gatherer will know just what has been collected from the Democrats out in the state last Monday J J Rice said to D Hardison a Republican that the present county officials were squandering the peoples money and no proceedings of the Fiscal court had ever been published Mr Rices zeal ran away with his judg anent in this instance Mr Hardison very promptly asked him why he didnt take the records and go be people This jUestjon was a complete surprise to Mr Rice arid he weakly replied that the records were so kept that nothing could be made of them Mr Hardison promptly reported this conversation to Judge Pace and Rices hand was called Rice ad mitted that he knew absolutely nothing about the county affairs that all the information he possesses was given him by Cam Howard Tom Pannell and a few others He admitted that he had been peddling these falsehoods over the county without taking any pains to invest their correctness If Jim Rice sufficient honor to preside over the County court of this county he never would have made these state ments without a personal investiga tion if he had intelligence enough to represent the people in this capacity he never would have talked after this slanderous gang that in Tom Pannclls Wake The prospects for the election el the entire Republican Ticket have all aloig heel good and grow brighter day by day insuring success Noy 2 i from- a treated- as the prosecute be ocr ts boasting haves thee committee It yOn 3had I J 1 c =J v r county suggest wonderful cases nthe court if ht should L eve fore the trai M 1 14 R t d tell Against Untot Ubr James E Harper fit Sixteen Years a Unta Miner Makes Serfoss Statement Skewing tells Attitude The affiant James E Harper states that he is fortyone years of aye lives at Bevier Muhlenberg County Kentucky is a miner and has been a member of the Miners union for about sixteen years and that some time in the month of July 1908 T L Roll the present nominee lor sheriff of Muhlen berg County approached this affiant to hire him to do some work for the said his on their farm and while in con venation about the price to be paid this affiant for the work to be done this affiant said that he wanted the Union price for his work and in to this Roll said He hoped the day would come when the Union would sink in Hell and all the Union men would to live on bread and water and he could then hire them at his own price Affiant further states that on the 3oth day September 1909 the said Roll came to him in Central City Kentucky anti asked him not to make his statement public JAMES E HARPER Subscriber and sworn to before me by Jams E Harper this the day of October 1909 C A LAWTON Notary Public M OW XafrMd Judgments Are raW When the investigating published its statement on July 1004 It pvaa found that there were old judgments against the county that not been settled aa follows RUaa Wobb S 577777 Thus wife 44SWS7 Ell II Murrnwnnd wife 187334- I C GuthrieJV 1tHOOt John M 74l0J Total 47U3703 These judgments and all court costs have paid so that no more old judj meets are against the county time has past when any watt on any old bond could be maintained The railroad debt is at present as allows Twentyfiv thousand dollars due Tk rVis Bf hands of tke- k receiver as shown by his last state meat filed 27 1909 Twenty thousand dollars There is due from the county fund Twenty thous and dollars borrowed to par on court house making Forty thousand dollars on hand Deduct this from One Hundred Ninety thousand dol lars and you have One Hundred Fifty thousand dollars rail road debt The present property valu often is in round numbers Five Mil lions of dollars The lien against the property is just three per cent If a man owns a farm worth one thousand dollars the lien against it is thirty dollars This is a marked improvement over the conditions that existed in 1897 when Judge Sparks was first elected County- r Judge Then the debt was One Million dollars and the property valuation Two Millions of dollars The bond holder had a lien on the property for fifty per of its value This has been reduced to three per cent in twelve years of Republican management of the county Then there were only two large coal mines the Now there are over twenty Then capital would not come to the for investment because one half of it would have belonged to the bpnd bolder Qur vagi minera1 re soqrcea had not been developed They never would have been de veloped not been for the of the debt by the officials then in power The present county officials if reelected promise to the railroad levy at Ifoe present rate and to carefully guard the sinking fund that is being laid up to meet the bonds as they become due Will the reform ticket promise as much The record of the Repub lican management of the affairs of the county is an open book one understands it All the silly stuff that is being printed in the Argus and which emanates from a certain law office W firoenvilje vhprp they have plenty of tjme tp devote to such things aboqt the Claim Shaver and Useless poole cap not draw the of the people away from the issue of the campaign Jt i a iimple business proposinqnt J R good thing to change officers when you know they have been honest and competent when you know the ad ministration has been free from graft and place in charge men who are is I 4 Democratic andwanted Rolland brother response tt have o I 3rd I committee lad ben te 08 July IjlI Etghtfivc dollars dLe July 113 a E ltt1 d lt i 1I 1 the JulY e in count county had it settlement U U mn s Isreal jr e I t 1 l I C- All 1lcl JuL c end o t11o s- xiyd on i t4oua ollan diic rl cent eck Ever s c- T Iii r I inexperienr an o are bound hand and t committee when it is i i rii I known that the brillian natal r P Panhcll the corn little A Word ef Warning The Democrats see the election slipping away from them and will resort to any kind of tactics to win the election One of the tricks they may attempt to play is the substi tution of the invisible irk pad in place of the one furnished by the clerk This if done will be done in the strong Republican Pcrirod Rosewood or Bremen The ink on the pad substituted will show at first but later and before the vote is counted will fade out and leave the ballot a blank The voter will carry the real pad out ot the booth and give it to the next Democrat who will use it The Republicans will be voting with the one furnished by the Democrats and will be voting blank ballots The Republican officers of the election in each precinct should mark the ink pad and examine it several times during the day to see if it is the same one they furnished Republican election officers should look out for the stencil on the finger of the Democrats while the vote is being counted They can mark a ballut and have it thrown out as mutilated or marked The Republican officers at each precinct should be on the alert for any and all tricks attemptci by the Democrats They realize they win by fair means and will to any kind of trick to carry it Eternal vigilance on the part of those conducting the election and a fair count will result in a victory for the Republican ticket frost the top to the bottom Republican clccttoa oKccrs should acquaint theusslves with the law governing elections and see that it is carried out to letter All the Re publican candidates want is a fair deal This they are entitled to this they intend to have Republicans do your duty and the result is not in doubt Tke Argus says that Judge Paces i viUtH iiJo Rice to meet hula inf jpiajj beforc the public If this is fiat why is it that Rice is skulking in the bushes pcddjing the falsest dirtiest slanders and refusing to come before the public and submit his claims to any sort of invcstiga Cirg hits Charity Curg Rolls charity is of the same fine material as his patriotism and veracity Living at Beech Creek there is a widow bearing the name of Mrs Simms who is the mother of three Democratic voters whose suffrage Mr Roll will never get The reason that they are against Mr Roll is this Some twelve or fifteen years ago the Simms family came from the state of Ohio and located in this county Mr Simms brought with him a herd of cattle anti It seems that these cattle constituted the bulk of his possessions Soon they reached the county family differences arose and a seperation took place between Mr Simms and his wife The husband traded this bunch of cattle and some hogs valued at 30000 to Curg Roll for a little piece of land as a home for his wife and children after this Simms listed the land o J W Stewart then County Assessor and immediately left the county The widow was left in the most destitute circumstances with a housq full of small children without shelter or means of support Roll got cattle and has never made family a dped tp the land or them in paseesaion of it nor ac cqqnted for the purchase price of the cattle Mrs Simms struggled on and by the help of her neighbors managed to keep her family together until the boys were large enough to work The family is now prosper the matter up see Roll failed to account for these cattle or to give their mother a home on this land This story is grven jest as told by this family It can be investigated by any voter why cares to visit them in their home at Beech Greek Pace vvon after Rico last Monday for the slander which he was putting in circulation serf calling his attention to them one by one he stood on the street an object of pity aud contempt He made some weak efforts at explana 7 toe precincts- of Democrat cannot resort ale fifty l i k rI7- Ii 1 tl t t ON a M also cl iinttr iiWfi riiiti stlli flea afte Immediate t the tb p toY 1 hen J LY t s kc rg tion but could only say he thought these things were true Pace said to him Mr Rice I know you were not mistaken when you went through the Penrod country and circulated the report that I am an infidel That is no excuse or pallia tion to this offence When you made that statement you knew of your own personal knowledge that it was as brazen a falsehood as fell from lips of man or devil when you stated the peoples money had been squandered you either knew that you were circulating a slander or could have easily ascertained the fact You have gone among the voters and said to them that the of the Fiscal Court has not been published after each and u proceedings f the law directs You have said toy the voters that the present were a set of grafters without cit ing a single instance in of your assertion If these statements were made ignorantly you are un worthy of the peoples confidence if they were made when you knew they were false you are an object of scorn and contempt Judge Pace then asked Mr Rice to go with him before the people In joint discussion for the remaining days of the can vass but this creature of Panneli shivcnngly said I cant go you have got the advantage of me and the committee has decided to have no public speaking t r every session of that lt support u i court just official R e4a3t To The VOTERS of Greenvillethe undersigned take a justifiable pride in the matr Sal 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 reelection for the offices of Mayor and Councilmen 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 Marshal or Chief of Police 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 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 city government R WALLACE C M MARTIN HOWARD CITY JUDGExxW H DEWITT f8 THE VOTERS of GREENVILLE We 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 our names for your consideration and to be voted for as City Judge Mayor and Councilmen at the November election Itlt If we should be elected to serve you in such capacities we all means and methods within our power to the peace prosperity and advancement of our town and shall administer equal rights to all and exclusive privileges to none We understand that it is being circulated that if we elected that we will dispense with the water and light interest improvements such is false If elected we shall favor the continuance and the improvement of the water and light sys tern and have them equally and justly distributed We win favor the improvement of and alleys of the town that have been neglected by the present officials We shall have no pets or specials and favor a change of the police force T MARTIN City Judge G P JEFFIRES CouncilmenS B DUKES RILEY M DEXTER J G CHATHAM H C McCRACKEN W R DENNIS J H SMITH Penny Pictures For a short time only we will make 24 genuine photographs in four positions for 25c Post Cards Views aovd other work at reasonable prices Our gallery is located in Court Row south side Call and see us whether you want anything or not All work finished once a week Central Photo Co GREENVILLE KY f We respectivelyA 1909wherein eachvoter nonpolitical J W LAM E c W ROARK J G BOHANNON C M W D BLACKWELL I o t willuse sir cts yFor MayorR r e t 7 J 4 1 iY f i t t tIic I h I r r Lx r t K ti y sF tF r a promotes arc rand r R 4 1aaIAW r iwa ir 0 i I j Ic R CARD a i 1t t RdOCAt TIME XOUT1I BOUND 123 Louisville Express 103 Cincinnati Express IfM LiMiUvlllM LlmltM 130 Uoutrnl City nccwmflUUTIlDUONU HOUK Pailuoult iiuil Cnlro uceom 121 KUItuii Accoaunoimttuu tQl New Orleans Special Kuv23 1003 wa 11 Si urn 1 4pm il5nui lt Uj m 3 0pm Notice Our Mr Oricn L Roark a visit to the Chicago and St Louis markets soon and we so licit special orders for Fur niture Interior etc The commis sions will be carefully ex ecuted and handled on a narrow margin The J L ROARK Estate Election next Tuesday Give us job work There is no empty residence in Election talk has the right of way over everything Coombs buys bet hides There are now more than 400 stu dents enrolled at the high school Everybody candidates included large bumps of hope this week Bring your poultry to Greenville Metal w From now until cam Mamie Lam m Louisville a few days this week Judge Pace and W O answer the question asked on third page of this paper it Everybody is hoping for a clear day next Tuesday so that all may get out to the election Mr Ed Paxton is at home after being in Kansas and other western states for some months Jn the mill wright busmes Give Wicicliffe your meat orders New shop best service free delivery Any man found wearing a new hat next week will rest under the suspicion that he has won an elec tion bet Mrs H C Wilkison and Miss Lelia DeWitt arc spending a few days with Miss Hula Drake at Kirkmansville New winter goods containing the latest fur headwear and velvets at Mrs M E Martins The new bank building lot has been cleared the storeroom having been rolled away and work will be started at once on the bank building Estill 22 months old son of Mr and Mrs Henry Day at the depot died from a complication of diseases at 430 Tuesday afternoon Inter meat was at Friendship yesterday afternoon Callat Countzlers for all kinds of bulbs for fall planting J A Tap scott florists Owensboro si66t v Emma wife of James Phillips colored at Graham Monday afternoon of consumption after an of two years Interment was here Tuesday at 3 p m in the west end cemetery Rev Wm Harris the newly call ed pastor of the First Colored Baptist church has just closed a protracted revival that created interest and resulted in many con versions f- li has mids a good impression with his people here j ggmn an Ribbons in stock for all at THE RECORD office II iIi pm JuAwrouu A L 1 willmake J f Decorations Oca tOo town t 1 r t ijtt i tWill I If I J 4 t 6 1 t J Bro t 01 to It 1 I I j j 1I- n j type yrlters1n use f r ifW fJ1 nr xn- a 4 Itlam 1 Vi your i possess hides Cox election Zia en workers rtllMiakc ada yand 31410 t lob o t y- t were A x Belch- er I R tt R M S t died illness l 9 f t a- r a 5 a- r Mi and Mrs H H Haviland were in Louisville several days last week visiting the family of Rev S 0 Shelley Will Judge Pace and W 0 Belch cr answer the question asked on third page of this paper it The here Monday was the largest in ninny weeks and probable larger than the crowd next Tuesday as people will be kept at their voting places then while Monday folks were here from You get i2 c for hides at the Greenville Hides MetalCo The regular season of the opera was opened last Friday night by College Boy company The attendance was liberal and the efforts of the company were well Mr Sindey Mohon has been elect ed grader by the members of the Equity society and will move here soon to take charge of the work He has purchased the Dr H Y Slaton residence on Hopkinsville Take your hides to Coombs who pays the highest cash prices Mr Chas H Murphy aged 48 years died at his home in the west end at 245 a in yesterday after being confined for some months from consumption He is survived by a widow and several children Interment was at Friendship at 3 p m Will Judge Pace and W O Belch er answer the question asked on third page of this paper it Two lectures will be delivered at the court house next Sunday by Mr J H James of this city Subject ix a m The Birthday of the 715 p m the topic will be Name Christian i i j vcijTi uivi mliim Cti ivv You can paper ordinary size room wall border and ceiling from 100 to 3 oo if you will get in on the clearance sale now at Roarks Paper from 4 cents per roll up Information of the death of Minnie Shurter Eades which in N Y on the i6th inst has been received here by relatives Many of our citizens will remember the deceased who lived here about 30 years ago when she was in charge of the musical of Greenville College She was married to Mr Win Eades and they moved East to the home of Miss Shurter and have various points since Dont fail to get a lot of chances on that 50 gold watch buying your millinery cheaper from Mrs M E Martin than you can get It elsewhere Mr Marcellus Brizendine will leave Sunday for New York City where he will take a course of In window dressing sign writing and anvertising in one of the best schools in the world Mr Brizendine has displayed talent in this line and his work at R Martin Cos stqre has much favorable attention His many friends predict that he will make good and wish for him the greatest success Will Judge Pace and W 0 answer the question asked on third page of this paper it 0 Ml the candidates now tt may the best man win u but some of them wilt not acknowledge that he did after the election is ocr crow tiThe street Churchat is J n Jf ran at Mr Alban department livedat b attracted I Belch- er I say respective everywhere house received yesterday tIThe aridour fi vr beintuestings occurred y instruction considerable A healthy vigorous woman not 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 lover ADVKUTISEMBNT Republicans Owe it to Their Party to Help Down the Court House Ring In a last desperate effort to stem the rising tide of wrath and that will overwhelm them on the 2nd day of November the Court House ring is attempting to arouse party prejudice by telling that Curg Roll is such a Democrat that if elected sheriff of the county he will not permit a Republican to hold office in the county for the next twenty years With what powerful conjurations or by what mighty magic Mr Roll will accomplish this wonderful feat they fail to state but the Ringsters arc trying to make the tax paying whose support they know they cannot get upon their official record believe that Mr Ron will when elected sheriff take the party by the nape of the neck and the scat of the pants and throw t so far that it will take it twenty years to find its way back Now in the first place Mr Roll is an honorable high toned who would as much scorn to Uge his office for partisan purposes as he would to be guilty of grafting But could Mr Roll even if he so desired use the Sheriffs office to injure the Republican party Under the present eleption law the sheriff has nothing to do with elections cept as a member ot the County Board of Election Commissioners This County Board is Republican one Democrat the Sheriff of the cotjnty The only duties of the xBoard are Jo appoint election officers and canvass the rer turns from the different precincts The Board has no judicial functions its duties arc purely ministerial and arc clearly defined by law JJHie Board has no discretion about the discharge ot its duties and should at any time refuse to discharge any of its duties and should it at refuse to discharge any of its duties or undertake to discharge them in an illegal manner the Board and easily be map damused in the Circuit Court and be compelled to discharge its duties according to law In the appoint meat of election officers jfaifij2iuili8ti divide the election officers equally between the two political parties The only other duty of the County Board of Election Commissioners is to canvass the returns In this the duties of tic Boatel arc purely clerical It cannot determine the legality or illegality of any vote nor the regularity not the irregularity of any election can it decide any or say vho is or who is not elected to any office all it can do in this respect is to count the ballots that are returned from the different precincts and if it should do even this in any way different what the law requires the courts would by mandamus compel the Board to reassemble and its duties as the law directs There is absolutely no foundation whatever for the statement that Mr Rojls election would injure the party but upon Ihe other hand we think it can be clearly shown that his election would ultimately help the Republican party The Court House Ring now in control of the Republican party in the county is doing more to hurt that party than all of its open enemies The Court House Ring for several years has Used the Republican organization to exploit themselves and feather their own nests and not to promote the of the Republican party and as a result Republican majorities in the county have gradually dwindled from eight hundred anti over to al most nothing and four years more of Ring Rule is bound to result in the total wreck of the Republican party in the county The Repub lican is a great organization and when properly managed is al most invincible but no party can survive long when its organization is controlled by such men as now have control in this county The election of the ticket will destroy this break their hold upon the Repub lican organization When that is done the party can and will reorgan ize and four years from now the rank and file of the party will get together and nominate a ticket made up of honest and Republicans and such ticket can easily win But if the Ring is again placed in pow er it will strengthen hold upon the party confirm them in their leadership and they will continue j indignation Republicans partisan Republicans Republican gentleman e composedof and It anytime couldreadily 9aw 1 c9l1peneditQPfa n HL q1 p gJ1 i penclP contest perform success part Court Iipuse crowdand goodclean Court- House its done th County ilrc- tletivA I politicahparty and t cam tg neither from Re- Publican Reform competent to nominate their friends and pets by such juggling and as was resorted to in nominating their ticket The rank and file of party will have no say so making nominations and no Republican who is not a pet of 4he Ring wilt have as much show to get a Republican nom ination as a one legged man would have to win the prize at a kicking match It is a well that the Court louse crowd have already selected their successors in office and have already mortgaged the nominations of their party four years from now and every Republican in the county who loves his party and wants it to prosper and Re publican who hopes in thefuture to hold office In the county should join the Reform forces and h DOWN THE COURT G Will Judge Puce andAy U Celch cr answe uii third page of this paper it 8atii of J T febf i The many friends ofM T Fleming m this county wcrc4shockcd to learn of his death w red in a coal mineat Repil Oct ax and was caused befalling coal Mr Fleming was years had lived in tKr county until 1902 when he rr South In 1896 he was marr Miss pn and the and a 12 year surviy rc Mains ming rand interhierifwas in Saves graveyard at 230 qclcyckt Sunday afternoon a great num nf rela MVCJ and friends show this mark of respect p cd was an exemplary citizen a 1 who knew him intimately ppy to count him a friend B b Cocking death has cast gloom t i a wide circle X- f l er answer the qudsiionaj third page of this paper it1 I would inVtri that t token of my for their patronage in the illglve a 50 gold watchV w it ili be placed ia thftjDank a chased MRSM4 I N I New Church BuiMis aid L Jgi Roo X Graham is soon to h Union church budding oi omrao dious size and abovcWiii be a lodge rooui for the M sotis and I O O F lodges The building will be of brick and have all modern features Work will be parted at once and it is expected tion will occur about the first of the year The W G Duncan Coal Co donated the lot and besides the members of the company roade liber al individual subscriptions Lost strayed or stolen A six months old Scotch terrier white with yellow spots about v0cr 5 Reward for return to JaraqsTinsley Greenville Ky 021 Will Judge V bVJielch er answer the question third page ot this it Golden Wedding Anniversary An unusual event in colored cir cles will be observed here night when the family and eral friends will gather at the home of Lindsey Elliott one of our re spected colored citizens to cele who was Mary Ann Bailey is 68 years old They were married Oct 29 1859 and had three children born during slavery Uncle Lin is the oldest citizen of the Jown been born here and has lived at only two places during his long life He and his wife hav ithe re spect and confidence of all our pea pie and it is likely that some of their white friends will and help celebrate the notable occasion of their 5oth wedding day Notice to Ice Consumers After Oct 10 no ice will be sold at the plant in less tham 300 pound blocks Ice will be sold all winter at uptown office at Jcl per pound less than 100 pound and at Joe per 100 pound blocks After Oct 15 only three dejiyjpes per week will be madeipn JEifesdays Nov i tinucd OCT V 1Itt to present knowzt every H USE the J oldand olds h arrivedhere Ute Will Judge I as- a pi v iU t l lvt bf ia lbei l trviti ifJaJf 4J P i new that dedlca lJCci and pap r drop in lots Thursdays and ndon liejliscon II M gr wickerd Y then fact qucsriunask u rk Nora Sonde the 1 dace sndhI iclch yin say tb ali last t it iwin number andwill tickets taaltpfl whbac ich- 6ivaii ryithlga br d Ly avow its urn f l r asi ion a t tomorrow sew anniversary having attlydas deify gill Mt TtiE RECurll 5or her year F An Extra Edition of this Paper will be Gotten Out yd Space furnished Free of tee to Judge Pace and W 0 Belcher if They will Answer the Question at the Bottom of this Article r In the cases of Giay vs Haggard Supervisor of Roads reported in 1 18 S W the Kentucky Court of Appeals in constructing the Statute with reference to working the public roads decided expressly where the public roads are ked by taxation as they are in i County it is the duty of the Supervisor of to let the to work the roads at public competitive bidding and the Statute upon the subject was in fact so plain that any person qf ordinary intelli gence could read for know that such was the law D U Poole and the Fiscal Court have persistently violated this Statute and are today working the public roads of the County in open and flagrant violation of the law But of course could be expected of Poole and the Ring tor if the roads were to law there could be no grafting partiality nor extravagance in connection with the like Qhcllo Pooles occupation would be gone The law makes it the duty of the County Judge and County Attorney to see that the Countys business legally and Mr Belcher and Reporter himselfand nothingelse workedaccording workand i tit nails contracts conducted Judge Pace should in the discharge of their duties have compelled Poole to work the roads according to law Now one or the other of two conclusions is inevitable lUTHER MR BELCHER AND JUDGE PACE ARE so IGNOR ANT OF THE LAW THAT THEY A RFC INCOMPETENT TO FILL THE POSITIONS THEY SEEK OR IN ORDERTO GIVE POOLE AND THE CLAIM SHAVERS AN OPPORTUNITY TO GRAFT THEY KNOWINGLY AND WILL FULLY VIOLATED THEIR OATHS OF OFFICE RE FUSED TO DISCHARGE THEIR OFFICIAL DUTIES Now Mr Belcher and Judge Pace which cx cow will you offer for failing to dis charge your duties An interested public awaits your answer will get out an extra addition of this paper and give you space the front page free ot charge if you will answer the question WHY HAVE YOU FAILED TO DISCHARGE YOUR DU MAKE POOLE WORK TH E ROADS ACCORDING TO LAW CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE FOR REFORM FORCES I andwe on rll s- AND AND MEET ME AT L HUMMELS STORE The Fall Millinery Nowi 1 Avtvdife You if I t t r I New things from the leading New YOlk houses have been corning 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 Muhlcnberg county We are full 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 breadth Feathers and velvets are tfep leading trimmings come and see for Some of the Most Charming Range from 300 to 750 in price You are cordially invited to call and inspect Fall Line of Ladies Coat Suits Skirts Cloaks Dress Goods Etc Gents Furnishings Clothing Hats Shoes and Everything that Is in a First Class Store Come and Bring Your Friends HUMMELS STORE MAIN STREET OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE readyfor andbut ycttr elf Creations rva va our L The Reiisteretf POLANDCHINA BOAR NOXAL WONDER Hi 7450 sire Perfect Wonder Dim 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 new bather shop neat Max Weir coiner Ielr l oqMl t Will Judge Pace and W O answer the question asked on third page of this paper it The Best Food for Workers The best food for those who with hand or brain Is never high priced The best example of this is found in Quaker Oats 1t stands at the top among foods that supply nourishment pad vigor without taxing the diges tion and yet it Is the least expensive food one can eat This great food value and low cost make It an ideal food for families who want to get the greatest good from what they eat Laborers factory or farm hands fed plentifully on Quaker Oats will work better and with less fatigue than if fed on almost any other kind of food All of these facts were proved and very interesting information about human foods were gathered by Pro fessor Fisher of Yale University in 190S In addition to the regular pack age Quaker Oats In packed in large without china dishes Belch- er Work- I t nlzed family packages either with or I 8 Will Judge Pace and W 0 Belch er answer the question asked 011 third page of this paper if How Nature Provides Our 3eauiy Health Qed Happincca bodyhealth are In the medicinal roots found in the earth digested the plant of aulmade ready for man or animal a growing belief among ecier tits kingdom fur rushes us with the r cl uuii i fur blued to keep that deli cate balance cf health the limnrianimal EO lo dicturb wron methods of living Thus we know Hit we should get from 0 iwheat bread or some cere 1 foods nsd iron from certain vegetable greensIfmethod far recovering cur rfardsr I balance of to Laboratory remedy Buried oir fctcfsfo heplnr known P Goldrn II 11 j root of Edwin M Hale M IX Professor cf at mann Medical College Chicago In relation to on ihisystem TO medicine i uej nbout which there ia went neuertJ urof opinion it Js universal John M orates the digestive Pond creases assimilation o load 1vmeans tho blood is Qaricbed ai I this blood fceda the muscular u mention the muscular a eteu Geeausa I believe it fire feels the by cumulation of consequenj improvement en the nervous an are results or Queens root la another an alterative blood purilicr cud Prof John M D cf It Aialterative unsurpassed by few if other cf In skin and tcrofnloua affcc them Beneficial in bronchial affections curesbronchiUe relicyca irritation an v coughs of being cur f m nnd may bo takcii without birm f loner pearly co Dr It V N Y Jk eombmcd R the two above Tccta tcyeti with that of tono Cher bark Bloodroot iinvl cnne into a prescription vhkb ho pi iin a and Dr Pierces CxoWcn Medical Discover Euch aiLncats so were dcJ to etomarh cad liver msntrifollowed by impure blood In cases Etcmacb inafcicr lien dyspepsia of or bilionsncEf the Golden 1 UOVPP excelled g ft tonic end ir puts the effected or cnabka them to perform their proper tonic ia Indicaifcl When your nppetito is frri irrcd this natural restorative Of Dr Pior secret or patent bccaurcs its arc printed on the bottb It no alcohol c other harmful triple rofineoV g cerine being aa a cnbl rrc A good plain and free from tcchnic I terms is a valuaMo work fut Inoue consultation Such a T rk I Ticroos ComMon Sonrc ilcdicnl AC riser Its a hook cf 1CC3 prr Tuscly illustrated It is given away ow fonnr indin for tCO Sand route rionec it to pay for cost c or 31 cents for an jlegant Clotbbound Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets late and invigorate stomach liver nn1 bowels a two or tLrea Cathartic Easy to take as candi Will Judge Pace and W O Belch er answer the question asked on third page of this paper itV Seiteicc Senaois Sorrow is the teacher of sympathy There are no saints without service Most remorse comes from despis ing rebuke The good lives aril always look ing to better ones Burning thoughts never come from hot hands 3 f f C f probablein 1ab torY tl t rmil n is in our b J3 nt t pent slat l thc is as tome useful in nil de Itate Dr Halt Scudder It sti i these f1i 5stem 5 root has been in a J rji rcm tic forty trnctot S rn c rak 1 rca rm 1 ceE hlt lu ulcerrticn fito 1C liver U r t been I Iyou orJcndn t ri fact nelle aU Iiof fti ft out f I l o rn 1 ie1t f z t1le tot 4RGoldcn Medical rlj1 r I h chemicn need t h 21 f ot ucrcd copbr n Pierce r I if r i rv r r 4 T contain atM Y Pe r hatesrn rr loot3 Material cdicn SE I regarded ccntfaut Bays e increascl power the ucrt which Zuii repute rz mot 3ful important iroere lo i t root El act Pal o l f tine nlostt at der edicat icove whit i 4 hint T far N w a1 when have rtoval 9 i Jail heir jt t 2i a iI M Discovery is not Z S r bitformi g ei Bnie meth kcals4 rinses i thou stains addressing S p f R Male Help Wanted Man unmarried to help on small country place near steady job good home and fair wages Give full particulars and address V F J care Record Office Greenville Ky Will Judge Pace and W 0 Bcleh er answer the question asked on third page of this papei itr I want to buy hides and will pay top market prices in cosh J E COOMBS town generalwork o it p z i 4d a J ROARK Furniture Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Wrjvpper Slippers Vaults Disinfection r oL r T T r JIfIfIIf1 r j11 If vor W llp per s t w4 sy rs 1Y 1 j 1 a Robes Grave R A POINTS IN PODS RAISING The South Has Great Advantr Growing Hogs The Eouth offers unusual opporta attics for the production 3 market hogs While there arc some drawbacks tbo most serious one which Is swine sickness can be extra hated to ti trtmt extent by proper sanitation and management And right bore there Is no saffr rule to follow than Use preventive measures In stead of curative ones The hog Is an animal which positively will not re SPend to treatment nod especially Is this true when compared with othor kinds of live stock Entire droves of hogs have been taken off by disease when other men nearby used preven thc measures and survived too plague This was not simply luk it was a question of proper feeding care rind manasemcnt Ceraln feeds for example have a tendency to wcnkon n hog constituaonally and thus ho Is loss able to ward off disease A hog fed continually on corn grows n smll wenk bone soft and gabby muscles nnd does not obtain his full size This possible may be a breeding animal and as n result the weakness is rd down to the offspring and often times the fault Is there multiplied As a result of this the animal IB not Oble to take proper exercise or rustlo for himself This possibly may bran on disease At any rate exercise Is too often not given Us full value This Is especially true In case of breedns animals and of young and proini pigs It Is one valuable measure to used In preventing disease In the feed care and management of awne there are certain funda mental principles which hold true no matter what our condtion may b3 In the first place we must puvide ourselves with strong vigorous ani mall to start with ether grdle or pure bred always giving the host success Then we must proMd fates which contain the proper mater for building up the arloiu yarn of jlu body nnd not only this but we ra nt know at what age those certain kind of feed must bo given These tO things are all Important and it will depend to n decided extent upon ahem whether n man actually tnnlccs a profit fro t raising boss Another important question Iff that qf care end ment which has to things as rpswafltpj held plentiful supplies of gocd pure water 1C the above things arc care fully attended to at the rrh time there is BO why every man HO doing cart not make swine rats profitable In the actual brcJIns rastng and marketing of hogs It Iz a settled ques tion that it IB most profitable to a hog pasture of some descrip The pasture Is especially Valu able In growing the pigs from birth until the fattening period arrives we are thus not only providing groan feeds which aid In digesting other foods but at the same time we are laving the young pigs plenty of ciao to make sirens bone nod at the same time using a valuable measure In wardln oft disease Contrast these conditions with ten cr twelve brood sows and their housed In small filthy Ill vend hated places la It any wonder that they contract diseases and spread It through the nelghbordood This Is n Juftt criticism and even today In some qf the prominent swine producing tlon this nettled Qf management la used It la gradually being replaced however by modern methods of swine growing I i t true that under southern con ditions ro lave Individual problems tq work ont Such things as breeds and management are all vital in te hurts of the swine grower There Is certainly a Bright future for the i reduction of the hog and one reason of this Is because protein or muscle producing feeds ere so easily and economically grown Here Is where we have a decided advantage over the Corn Bflt producers The principle crops there are corn nnd Corn U the finishing feed for hogs but net toed for producing growth Too many times It Is corn from birth to maturity The result Is small wenk animal decreased In size nnd constitution Hemember tho first thing to do Is to grow a frame of rood bcne The prominent essentials are I Supply plenty of pasture or range 2 Start with strong vigorous growthy animals 3 Feed young and growing animals on bone and muscle rroduc fag feed 4 Do not try to fatten animal untl be Is grown yet do not have them too large two hundred and fifty pounds la the handy weight animal Give plenty of exorcise to young stoik It strengthens them and tends to ward off disease H S Cur Us Assistant Professor of Animal Husbandry North Carolina College of Agriculture Raleigh getting br akfnst I run out to separator get a gallon of and allow It to get hot then takes the hennery Just cs the hens are getting down from the roosts At S oclock I take them more milk In which I all the scraps from table or refuse meat At 12 oclock 1 rim out to the hetienry again with hot milk and once more at 3 oclock The object in giving milk so often is to them from corn I want them to a wide range If hungry they wll Just go where hogs being a Fsr of han 1 s maim 0 tlo with stcb lo r r of the j things and anal rca on In ex r t j Iwo a Ii 1 hUe 0 Put th Q lc l i w UIrft 1iIii f l J1 11 Ort r a S e lie high f tee nnatime- 4J edtng oariniTorfieiotvun I k 1 tcr providing Rbeltcr sPtyhlg k aung pro vldnr pattnrae i t f provide Ion litter sic feeds hogs I then 3 4 the tail to tr seep Tit are fE- T rM rl r 4 y w z c t i SILAGE FOR HORSES Many Breeders Usirg It es a Feed With Good Cuccers 1 know silage to n wood feed fur horses for I have tried it T have not however to nuy great extent lie cause I did not have s nnnk Mlig n I wanted for both eaves told hone 1 thought more of iry tows them I did of my horses so tits cows had all they needed and the horses hid to go short One winter we had n broad marc that was fed silage all winter probably twenty pounds a filly 8h3 hail sfumo hay mil straw to go with it null no grain except what was in the silage Hud she came out fat ami with a coat hi the spring and hind a flue healthy colt Horses like slluge ns well as cattle do after they nre accus tomed to It Fed Silago Exclusively A man In Mlehlgau ii few years ago wintered 200 on silage nul exclusively with no gnilu They came through In fine shape null this Mood marea all had line trnng colts The Ohio expyrlmcut ctntlou feedlngr horses en silage through lire winter and reported that they came through until spring in the best of cou dition W C Bradley of Wisconsin says that ono year durlu7 spring work he wits out orhuy tho only coarse fotldor Ills horses hail durlu all tint period of hUll work vats sling Ho says that the horses never stood work better C Ii McKcrrow lu SpIrit of the Wet Care of Work Horses Many pnrjout aft r Ulvln r tsar tennis lu the slush and mud think if they dash n few palls of water over the horses limbs upon relurnln they have left the poor brutes In the best possible condition until morning Tbo tact I It would be fur hotter U turn io animals Into the stable nod lave them mud nnd all until s ore fully dry there would l e lens dun ser of scratches mUll fevers awl grouse heels than by ti2 plan or washing If the uv tuv should IK qrlte dry which Is no easy task If left partially dry the irjM rerlous are likely to fid low Whoa n team LJ loft wlti the hair parthlly dry n chill Is sure to en sue It Is not unlikely the animals especially if exhausted will be fuual the next morning sUn with ll bs swollen nlucc the exhaustion of the system prevents healthy reaction at swollen extremities Agrlculluml THE VETERINARY Lice on animals Indicate bal man ngcmont Horses or cattle In soiJ coo dition seldom arc afillcte with lice but a low condition of the animal till skin Iwlns hidebound affords excellent In ducomcnts for lice Good feed and the use of a brush will rldt animals of tiara fiJOs A brffcdcr has several cat tie that have a sUJn dlsnasu It affects UJQIU around the ayes und neck caus ing fi wljHJsh tlilcUcnlns of the hltln Tills s ringworm and Is best troacd liy applying tincture of lodlnu to the parts with n feather on small brush in A track ff npodpd Cure FQP the pampero- III reply to the question Will you please remedy for my mule and bolt tuoy have what I call the tampers their gums are swollen and they do not cat the veterinary of the Kansas fanner says If possible get your horfips ind piulo to eating car corn and this will ho snlljclont to cause all the Irritation nccosnry to the roof of the mouth to cure the lumper IT you cannot gut the animals to cat tilt corn take n sharp penknife and Irritate the root of the mouth- A Remedy For oils Tho votoijitQry of the American Ag riculturist gives tho following remedy for a horse that Is troubled with boils Mix oue ounce each of acetate of lend and sulphate of zinc with one quart of water Bhakc tip and apply a little to tho boijs twice a day also mIx four ounces oach of Citrate of potassium anti sulphate of Iron Divide Into twenty four doses Give QUO twice a day In bran mash until all are taken The ftborc quantity can be reported If podod Hair In ftortts- Jn reply to o broad w will writes Wo have a fotjryeaFoltJ horse which steins to have somp hair disease pauspH the pairs if Its tan to break wff pun put tho trouble bclug flat noticeable abqjjt twolvp inonths ago the veterinary of Western Ufo says Do not brush tall Take green soap and wash tail well Then apply a bandage When dried take just a little sweet oil and moisten the hair for ten days then wash again Keep the tall clean and see that horse does not rub It Scouring In Horses Scouring In horses Is sometime due to Indigestion nervousness nod a con Atltutloual weakness If from the for nun It Is easily obviated by care In feeding if from the latter cause It Is very diiTlcult to overcome says the Ilorso Urcoder Have his teeth put in order and feed hint only upon twch food as Is easily digested Commence by giving him his water first then hay and lastly his grain If he bolts his rood procure n slow feed manger and place several small stories In It so as to compel him to eat slowly Give him water sparingly during the day but plenty at night Do not let hint fill himself full of water just before goins out and give him n o phemlcally pure dried sulphate of iron In his bran flour and oats three times day until you pp a change for I horses tiled nod their le lois wn robbed ron lq1 nces tit file I p I I Rinworm loW YQt Repent band whirl flu otc tablespoonful lit t t red glossy ate tw T liei Hriltomlyta Trcatment4r p sear 1 1 lse A Little Good Paint in Time Savss c Yheri ucift8 ned painting rrrry days delay costs you money iain snow rod are retting in their woilt Lumber casts too touch to it for want of a littis Pant It cods ISM to uv poo then to po with out it Vc noliiwg but toed print on oui work CARTERStrictly Pure WHITE LEAD Pure Ln ccH Oil Pure TiirpcnlJno and the most c ponrivc colors Tlie kind of pint wo t nc cr crprkt or tcaVu only yean wear will remove it Let us figure you when ready to paint Vc a fmtclatc and durable pries reasonable Doat ii it off J H HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 our run d job t dewy aint use e brightens and preserves everything about the no or Hflgy looking furniture or woodwork In homes where Vencer fat used all is dean wholesome janjt Liquid Veneer can be applied by anybody anywhere at any time there Is no muss clean up after ward There are no cans no pots np brushes There are no sticky hands or Simply moisten of cheese off would do dusting Just try Liquid Veneer see how strict and it will make everything 4foz bottlo 2Bo 12oz bottle 50o W H BMZENDIRE 0 WeAsk You to tako Cartkil for your femalo trouble because wo are suro It help you Remember that this great female remedy ho1e cs as you SOLO BY llil i J apiece i will jVINE tJf p has brought relief to thousands of 5 sick women so why not to you For headacho backache periodical paths female weak ness many have said It is the bet medicine to take Try U I in This City 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS T w T i COPYRIGHTS c Anyone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our an la Piuontnliio Communion mntliloiitlnl on tent trey bluest putents- Patonta taken through Jti ii Co notlet without Clinroo lu th- oscleniific A llliinlraif d wowWlf elf dilution of nur rrlpnlllln Terms 13 nur nenrailrnlora Io361Drcad New York Branch umeo 25 F BU Washhicton C This is on box of the goittite Laxative Brotno Quinine Tablet i rpiady that aura A cold ta WH ttaf i old PS roo r1 can 11Ilnm l O tyf other 1 o tnIrm k estran curt Stoark0 Sinn Furniture Moldings Wall Paper We carry on our floors and in our ware rooms the largest variety of Furniture in MuhlenbergIf have what you want we will get It for you We have factory con nections with makers of the finest goods in the country and through Our Special Order Department can supply any exclu sive articles aUess prices than city stores or mail order houses Our Picture and Room Moldingstocks art always complete Wallpaper is now a staple article of mer chandise being used all the year round And we always have full selections prices 5 cents and up per roll BiigMfiw r Engraving Machine is the only one in this part of Kentucky and we ate exclusively prepared to supply individual ffame Firsts which we furnish OB all outfits wi lout extra cost Uticfjakiiig EMfealpiHg Comas in White Enamel and Stained Varnish finish Caskets in White Natural Woods White Colored tad black Cloth Covered allSTetalllc ABel Copper lined airtight Caskets all lengths M regular extra and double extra widths Steel Grave Vaults of all size ceaaUBtj ly in stock for immediate delivery Burial Robes Wrappers Suits Dresses Slippers etc in large variety licensed Embalmers responffatl once to calls for such services Our equipment Is complete IIi of highest grade We have ii Funeral Car in service sub jest to call nywhere E3Two Private LongDistance Telel phones Day Store No 72 Might Home No 108 Resident 150 yards from store Prompt service any hour day or night EVOLVING TME T CttCAll 1EWCEI MiiM bate AiiwfiKcs New Scfcclifc ef Fares One Way aril Ink Trip The Monon Route announces that it will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago at 6 one way instead of 8 as formerly 12 round trip good thirty days returning instead of Si 6 Patrons are offered exceptionally good ser vice by the Monon which on bight trains from Louisville operates Come partment and Drawingroom Pull mans as well as the usual straight sleeper The day trains have Par lor and Dining cars and the very finest modern new coaches In quiries cheerfully answered by E H Bacon D P A Louisville Slogans Sewing Machine runs lighter any laftf longer other i more beautiful tn any has less vibration any s easier to operate any other makes a more perfect stitch than any w belt f all OM Lined in one mi SEWING MACHINE CO CHICAGO ILLINOIS T 1 MORGAN SON Afts Fresh wallpaper at Roarks at prices almost All of this patterns must go with the season and the cut prices will hustle the goods Nr1un R t7Our Enamel Our 0 ORIEN t RQI 5 I and- S Ky 1 iIfREE than other nmE fREE other than other mEE than FREE other JiFREE I = D axe twe general STATEpenaer t R- hEY ER- yy Md- Ytsl ATE than a Y t the U scrap seasons Monon Route UKTWKBN Louisville and Chicago mST LINT TO California and the Vast Northwest Two trains daily French Lick and West Baden Springs UNION STATION LOUISVILLK STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E H BACON D P A N W Cur 4lh and Market Sts LOUISVILLE KY KILLTHi COUCH CURE THE LUNGS I Dl ate AIIIOltN WITH KingsDry FA c TrW B Mk free PRICE see k LO OltXOlTXT crete Work C iracted 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 complying witl city specifications in every particu lar Give an opportunity to bill on your contracts s 17 RV C MuCRACKEN NEW YORK CLIPPERTHE tRCATCST THEATRICAL SHOW PAPER IN THE WORLD ISSUED WEEKLY SAMPLE COPY FREE FRANK QUEEN PUI CO I UBltLWTXXD me i H 4N PIC YwSIIJeC II Ctt AND SATISFACTOR ZEPUNDID pavements IC s rJ t J MallLUM rM 4t W2ITJ IIIf aswYcn Kidney Cure 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