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X iiXl t Mi 1 ihi R cord Adverti ing Costs Nothing It pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates f 4 It ELECTKICIAMint MECHANIC Is a ium inn f r everybody i Learn al tltctrlcllr tho use twlv i CTT yot n n tin IMKT C oo a year Snniprnii Putt rkin St Boston Mau crndnq icnceMlhowlo Simple nCI pie I x r lfuaotpl tues fire I Co- O Chas W Roark is local of some of the best fire insurance companies and will ap predate your business which will be cared for promptly and in the best manner I isMr representative r very D i W BARLOW DENTIST Crown and llridgc Work done at rcisonatle liriuea Office up stairs In thcJones Dullding I Greenville KJ DR T J SLATNi K- PhyMlcliin and tiurjreon v- onicc Multicross street near Malnatreet 16 CAM HOWARD WADE II HOWARD LrAWYBRS Office Is Qrrr a 3nlldiok oppwItelaMesde Eojel DR HELTSLEY OSTEOPATH v Office at Home East Maincross Strict Telephone No TS 1 Z 0 KING Notary Public censed Terms eisanalile Box 33 1 I t GRAY GRAY LOU LL ant i i KiM I Sales i4dtle nlY I Pf 73 I I I i f z C1NTMI CITY 0 fr I I I I I I I i I I I i M M S POULTRY FENCEVery Close Mesh OompUUd ftne b tt r W eht rr th a nttlnr PsSt B PEKOE CO ThKiTb Sv t Ctr ttylor OW of alt WOo end wita tor qa taolnr rot Fri ardWareGreenville WE BUYYOU fir r fo t t bItttOt GROCERY CO AND MAnHIDES FURS Feathers Tallow Beeswax Ginseng Golden Seal Yellow Ye ere Dealers jxnd cqq fib JCljer fof than r merchants Reference any Pan Louijvule Write for weekly pries list and WG l bajJS free M SABEL 80KSES- TADUI IN tooo 229 E r arkot St LOUUVILLE KY Orien L Roark buys sells rents repairs typewriters carries supplies of all kinds and solicits trade in any branch iq tag l1nu h Il t I 4P ni th ion chipping dc FQR COUGHS IffIt OF tir KING CURES THE WONDER WORKERII m FOR THROATI Pride 50p and 100II YOU can use Roarks furniture polish without cost if it is not in every way as it is sold under positive guarantee and no questions asked I I satisfactory Ves You igki dr The J L Roark Eslatc carrying complete sto all departments is in the best position to Serve It will be to our mutual benefit if you will allow us to SerVe You Right The volurqe and quality of our business are the result of each other The better the service we give the larger business we get the larger the of t business given us the better service we can give in return THE ROARK ESTATE Greenville Ky I I rf L I I t 1 t 9 1 1 0 i 1 1 f 1 c t e y sin f 4 F 4 4f amount 4f J f 4 4 14Y Very Serious It a very cerious 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 BLACK DRAUGHT n liver Medicine The reputation of this old medicin constipation and liver trouble is It does not imitate ether medicines It is better than others or it would not bo the fa vorite liver with a larger sale than all others combined IN TOWN AT FACTORY PRICES GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS genuine firmly F2- I reliable indigestion SOLD I I I N9 gin Wcxhjprl1 vehicles Djrpct our o 1 to examination nuil Rpprovnlon3od ysncoUial o ho Globe Mitnicwi Co to have every or 5 with us a ased anu arcil cnohtUljnncntkUih eiccellct t value of fil n aril sylg cf- tjlill ti it AI you by ru honestly buggy art price lc s the you vil rccom our roots to your rc Kiiior Qxr gait would be tn n dealer If nxxlunro not iw r money In returned to you You take no manufacture hnnwt Vehicle and Unrnrw invenur customer inouey ll oncj runiyWrite for our Free UujWy and HarncMi taoitc GLOBE BUGGY St HARNESS COMPANY from 1Ie1 Ito dtOl t III to makc iu quol l will be n Id us mRny oncTJ hI fl1rn II C ICSO nn Pr t t Ifllh II JQo toourc 5tontfM resented OWEN5fiORO r Lr f TWO IN ONE Factor t Last mate I your KENTUCKY t Mtihlenberg County 1- is rich in coal iron timber potters clay etc and the most inviting field in Kentucky for investment ofcapital and pluck 53SSSaSgSS J i cXQ JJ I I XI NO 39 GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 4 1909 50c PER ADVANCEOL YEAR IT The Value of Land One of our occasional writers men tions that he has been asked to ad vise a farmer whether to sell or not to sell a farm for which the owner has been offered two hundred dollars an acre This farm is in northern II hoots and in answering the question our correspondent approaches the subject from the standpoint of the earning powerof that particular farm Although the advice in the main is in the direction towards selling out it was not given with that emphasis which the subject calls for and it is one of the many articles which we have not yet printed That any good sized tract or farm land as far west as Illinois can be sold at two hundred dollars an one of the marvels of the century The farmer who has confront the propposition of making a profitable income on a sixty dollar an acre land that is devoted to general has all he can stand up to and the man who buys the best farm in the country at two hundred dollars an acre cannot undertake to farm it with much hope of success although in the end the property may be cut up into small tracts or town lots and so wind up the transaction as a profitable investment Land is appreciating in market value because of the increase ot In the year 1850 the avail able area of this country was 2995 772 square miles and the was 23191876 people In the year 1908 the Bureau of Com mcrce and Labor places the area at 3026789 square miles and the estimated population is 87 189392Thirty years ago men on horse back driving beards of cattle were enabled to travel from the Rio Grande river to the Canadian 1 l t vtrailftii herd mi d it ts only here and there that Uftd can be had for less than it is worth and we may rest assured that during the next twentyfive years the time will arrive when every man will have to face the of land on the basis as danger ous to him from the investors standpoint the purchase of an 11 linois farm at two hundred dollars an acre It is one thing for the owner to have land values increases under feet by reason of this increases in population It represents the profit of the pioneer who was on the ground first but it is another thing for the landless man to see those values go up beyond the times The land area is fixed here and there a few more acres will be made available but the population is increasing to wards the hundred and fifty million mark and land values will conform to that basis It will not require half the tim to increase from one hundred million of population one hundred and fifty millions that it did to increase from fifty to one hundred millions and that was done in thirty years The land bargain counter is fast disappearing and young men had best look out to get a foothold before all the reasonable price goods are sold out National Farmer Iiiral Tefef fcwes Mr Farmer Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the ben efits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to head quarters Nashville Tennessee information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the southern portion or Indiana and Illinois CUMBERLAND TEL TEL Co Incorporated THE RECORD sot per year acres to t1 population g a fence line N tlQt r 4ulJt fb ita as b I j c I i i rt farming y population available border L rt- p11 lfd tithe tbs frctlalid landless purchase hi k ti jv fr a f t I c s It Stomach Blood and Liver Troubles Much clckncSR starts with weak stomach and consequent impoverished blood Nervous and tack good rich red blood Their stomachs need invigorating for after all a man can be no stronger than his stomach A remedy that makes the stomach strong and the liver active makes rich red blood and overcomes and drives out diseaseproducing bacteria and cures a whole multi of diseases Get rid of roar Stomach Weakness mud Liver Laziness by taking a course of Dr Golden Medical Discovery the drcat Stomach Restorative Liver Invlorator and Blood Cleanser You cant afford to accept any medicine of ttnlnotc composition as a substitute for Golden Medical Discov cry which is a medicine OP KNOWN COMPOSITION having n complete list of ingredients in plain English on its bot same being attested as correct under oath poor ude PIerces tlc wrapper Dr Piercers Pleasant Pellet regulate and lavlronia Stomach Liver and Bowels Start Breath Respiration in health and under normal conditions of rest or exercise is an act almost as much so as digestion or the beating of heart but it is very easily disturbed even in health and in certain diseases its is often one of the most The short breath following violent exertion tensing or hillclimbing is familiar to It is due to the increased call for the blood and the temporary in ability of the heart to pump the blood in sufficient volume through lungsWhen shortness of breath is brought about by moderate cxcercise or mental excitement is due to some abnomal condition such as anemia obesity a weak heart indigestion This tendency is relieved by to the weak point what ever it may be and a judicious system of sort of modified train ingPermanent shortness of breath or dyspnpea as it is technically called is more serious and is of thei fabdyv It is often called asthma and home by inhaling the fumes of burning niter paper or by some other of the ordinary remedies But asthma is a distinct disease al though its true nature is not yet definately determined It occurs in paroxysms usually at night in1 the intervals of which the generally easy and quiet Per dyspmoja is another matter- i and is an indication of something wrong It may be due to a great variety of causes only a few of which can be mentioned here Anemia or poverty of blood may give rise to permment dyspnoea as well as to shortness or breath exertion The simptom is a accompaniment of lung capacity either through con solidation ot more or less than the lung tissue m tuberculosis or or through compression the lungs by an accumulation of Quid or air in the chest Anything that interferes with the free action of the heart such as weakness of the cardiac muscle disease of the valves of the heart pressure by fatty deposits an en larged liver or gas in the stomach will produce shortness of breath Short breath in children is the result of obstruction in the airpassages caused by enlarged tonsils the presence of glandular tissue in the pharynx called or a Swollen condition of the mucous membrane in the larynx Persistent shortness of breath is a symptom that should not be nee lected People whohave tried it know that this is best season of the year to done and- r 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 tied and the cutting of the what docs the trick I want to buy hides and will pay top market prices in cash J E Cousins moderate unconscious the disturbance tressingsymptoms suchas everyone oxygenation- of exercisesa ffair 6i Ito trial di ifIt 1l Vi k Oioro I lu5the iJ treatedat breathingI- S man nt re d pneumonia oft i r commonly adenoids papering price slay attention tlaaly p- L I1I 1I1MMtta tt organs o o vet horn Get a sot 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 floors and gather the dirt to be dumped outside and burned Brooms stir it in the air to be settle over furniture furnishings Use sanitary healthful by using a Wallpaper at 5 cents per roll and up in combinations of sidewalls border and ceiling at Roarks Get typewriter supplies of all kinds at this office breathedand means I and sweeper More than nine out of every ten cases of rheumatism are simply rheumatism of the muscles due io cold or damp or chronic rheumatism In such cases no internal treat ment is required The free application of Chamberlains Liniment is all that is needed and it is cer tain to give quick relief Give it trial and see for yourself how quickly it relieves the pain and soreness Price 250 large size IlK 18UlatIS a 50 PliotocrnplT In Hiturc ni otli ly prtre 1 t crtllcltm QtieitfoiU an wero U you mention thl I1 Anwlo n 0 Ilcacoq El Ilea 1I con 1 F ffte bb I AuaravPu- nro1rArttvtraaoit Photography DR KINGS UTELY GUARANTEEDQp TAKE r FOr LDr IArJD LUNCS FOR COUGHS AND COLDS PREVENTS PNEUMONIA I had the most debilitating cough a mortal was ever afflicted with and my friends expected that when I left my bed it would surely be for my grave Our doctor pronounced my incurable but thanks to God four bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery cured me so completely that tarn all sound and well MRS EVA UNCAPHER Grovertown Ind IL f IEW DISCOVERY i f a s case Trial Dotile Frcn jJ SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY All Druggists i Worn Women tonic That feeling of weakness or helplessness will not leave you of itself You should take Wine of Cardui that effectual remedy for the ailments and weaknesses of women Thousands of women have tried Cardui and write enthusiastically of the great use this reliable ofttried medicine 1 oa u Women worn and tired from overworK need a 78- benefit i has to Try i ont esrcrone Na f t been them IIt 1 J3 t CARDU Officers V A Wickliffe President C EMartin Vice Presi dent John T Reynolds Jr Cashier Ed S Wood Assistant Cashier Directors W A Wickliffe E JPuryear R T J T Reynolds Jr Ed S Wood C E Martin Geo W ST 1aOtrttttt Tke s a tr Try Twill help ycu i AT ALL DRUG STORE ctVtck Martin Martin F The J L Roark Estate furniture dealers and undertakers has added to its equips the undertaking department a Francis Engraving Machine as illustrated This machine is one of the vciy few IB the State and goes to show the progressive spirit of the management in providing equipment generally considered necessary only iq the larger cities With this machine the firm will be able to supply rdividualy engraved casket name plates instead of the stamped stock patictua- I usually employed And while the city undertakers nuke a chaigo of 5 for such plates the people of this county will receive them absolutely without txtia cost rgardIes9 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 ildoes have been admired by hundreds of people Articles of every character can engraved in much bettor manner than usually done by hand This machine adds to the mQst complete undertaking establisLment in The firm has the only practicing licensed embalmer in the county a fine funeral car largest stocks of coffins caskets robes wrappers slippers etc complete equipment for sanitary work and disinfection To provide the best in every is the study of the anagement and the generous appreciation shown by the public has caused stilt deeper and greater determination on the part of the concern to giro 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 of the machine appeals to all Th public Is given a special invitation to call at any Utile and see the machine 1J1tuurin fEttgrafttlt11 tJRttt11tlt now this territory branch Ji 1 7 1tJ I 1 Y wentIn s f ba constant iM 1 An luflupendrnt Newspaper RECORD PRESS OniKX L llOAHKSuoretnry KOANX EDITOR Ko 72 Unit in new annex of store ground nor S3 ORTS PK YEAR B ADVAKff Me in awl when the ira nn 10 It la p W piper will br stopped darts if tJwnltH MUIBIIU ltocvsiirno jr Tc unnplc cup s will IMS mulled vorttaemoiit Iw Inserted A rate card tin uriiMT OU rv ue t- AdUNViX nil OmmW lo llltnmra pny til to If ECOllu uy THURSDAY HOVEfllBIiB 4 1969 J the OrceiiTlllc Ky postomcc as secondclass matter EVELYN BuiGOS tUfwvjX the Arctic explorer recently stated that he intended to trip tq the Arctic and go on the ice craft over the apex of the earth anti re turn between the east coast of Green land and the west coast of Spiz It 5 a distance of two thousand miles and as a progress of no more than two miles a day can be made the journey will cou some four years Tun of Baltimore has adopted an ordinance which requires the testing of every electric meter by the Department of Lamps and Lighting before the meter may be installed A charge of ten cents is made for each inspection Any consumer Is suspicious of his meter may have it examined by the department A charge of i is made for this service which is borne by the consumer if the meter ia registering properly or by the com pany if the meter is found be at fault ARRANGEMENTS are being per fected in New York for the incorpor ntion of the American Radium Institute to be devoted to the mcnt of cancer and similar diseases otaii6ai with an expert in charge and it is believed that for experi mnts the laboratories of the Rocke feller Institute will be available Supplies of pitchblende for manu facture are to be drawn from and other Western localities where the inital processes of extract log the radium will be conducted It that the institute is not in any sense commercial and that several of the scientists who are in it are not only giving their service free but are contribut ing from their own means to the fund which will be rcquried to the plant Rural Mr Farmer Make your home as modern for your family an a city residence and place yourself in a jjosiiion 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 sum is small compared with the ben received Call cr address our nearest office or write direct to head quarters Nashville Tennessee for information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the southern portion or Indiana and Illinois CUMBERLAND TEL TEL Co Incorporated t l t R t III R DtJ1 ttt rJ h UItlIIIIICD jlllPtwsldont JIIi L lon OlII1rJDe T ieuhone aRMS Tte uf tilt l l pnyn than tl will t off pi r tine will he mattes fur IIIlutltlll tug 11nes No vurlttttun of thlll rule to ntpe It reo fUll IS 1If nt 11 I her 4n who to i aiM Colorado isannounced 1 interested s x establish get for a that fits k u rilttlt9tRlt nT- ow7n yr rear prit upar airs Na wh1sD the Ilirsolwrga c anyope will r Qri tree males another t- t t city tqr fit F a Y h I treat rhe institute will be conducted much oatkelame Plea assi i3Itr wlea ut a t efN c1 yrscal a k Y Tele halves lit f rn J j jj v A healthy vigorous woman not over 45 can secure a pleasant permanent home and good wages in exchange for domestic services in home near town In applying write fully and address 3 128 in care of The Record Greenville Ky s jt P41 t i ic 1 t 10 i s z F sit i- bJ TOBACCO Some cf Its Eatly History in Muhlcnbcrg IY OTTO A uoTiiKirr Greemille3 tobacco in Its course from plant bed to palate and pipe has found its way all the world a limited demand in the its fame spread first over western Kentucky then throughout the u tire South and now its leaf and strips and manufactured plug and pipe to baccos are known everywhere Tradition says that the first plant in Muhlcnbcrg was mined in 1804 Comparatively few crops were grown until the latter part of the 308 since which time tobacco has been one of the countys principal products William Martin who came to Mublenberg county in i5Q5 from Virginia is the pioneer in the plug tpbacpo business in the Qrcen country and also among the first in the State of Kentucky In the lhirtjes he laid the foundation of an jndqstry that slpep his Upjc has de velopcd and given to Greenville an international reputation as a tobacco raiding rehandltng anti mapifaptui point In the course of time William Martin was followed by three of his sons awl they in turn by sonic of their sons and so on down through tour generations In fact most of the tobacco manufacturing in MuM enbcrg has been clone by some of Sjnce his day the name of Martin has always been associated the making of plug It was in 1835 In tljp Old neighborhood six miles southwest of Greenville that William Martin a son of Thomas Martin first manu factured plus The tobacco raised in those days it is sOlid was about the same kind of yellow prior and grown in some parts of Muhlenberg His son Qabney A later introduced other varieties of the plant William selected the best leaf for his plug using not only his own prop but also those of his neighbors Most of the tobacco he then each year manufactured into plug during the course of a few months The rest he prized into hogsheads anti ship establishment He simply stemmed and rcdricd the leaf and pressed it into cakes He packed the tobacco intq forms or moulds to which he applied pressure by pulling down one end of a twenty foot beam the other end of which was tenoned in a mortise cut for that purpose into one of the heavy timbers of his barn Alter the beam or lever had been pulled down by all the available hu man muscle it woo held in position by means of a sword like hickory stuck into an auger hole in the wall The pressure thus produced and held was BO great that accord to tradition it not only made the juice fly but turned the tobacco into a solid cake as black as the niggers who done the sqeczing These plugs usually weighed about eight ounces ape were packed into boxes holding from iop to 150 pounds William Martin followed this bus incss only a few years before he quit one of his sons William Campbell Martin took up the same work and continued in it 1840 In iSjoDabncy A and Ellington W Martin two of the of William Martin established plant on North Main street in Green ville and began the making of that brand known as Greenville They were the first to use and ajso the first to introduce flavoring sweetening in plug p A and Martin loaded their product on six mule wagons each holding about 4000 pounds Started them on long trips into the South Ihcsc large were usually accompanied by one or two smaller ones for the purpose trips from the main road and the moving source of supply They delivered their goods on con fiijinment that is to be paid fur when suld or to be returned when called for There was no tax or revenue on tobacco in those days sand the manufactured plug usually sold for two hits or twen ty five cents a pound Their collec tor called on the customers about every six months The quality demand for their brand was that they were seldom obliged to take back P A and Ji W Martin wore the if J Lll iIT1 C J over ip hide ce01ents locallywith Liberty shoestringstill pStJitPtiew lei i iDc1i ii river o en he i IF on lug However untilabout pongee sops sCrews and r manufactured and wagons makIngside and such unsoldstock l Xf w s4 I From county river 3 e- R a w ttw r Mgr oAtr riff 1tp p sl u s aapirfactunng peg h Internal r 1RSr d a first men in county to export the stemmed wrcd As iUiJ5 they adod n btemmery to their plug factory The plug and the strip business were both n and resulted in the arrumuln tion of a fortune Most of their plug trade was in the South After the civil war begun they were unable to collect any bills Furthermore their tobacco was con fiscated and all their slaves set free The combined effect of these was almost disastrous to them but they continued their business un til shortly after the close of the war In 1869 they sold their building and machinery on North Main street to Hugh N Martin a son of William Campbell Martin who as before stated was one of the sons of the original William Martin II N Martin manufactured in the same building for a few years and then removed hU plant to Chestnut street where in hp added a stem mery and began putting up strips for the English market n 1809 here moved to louisville m which city he conducts a leaf rehanUhng es tablishmentSuch brief outline of the in history of the first tobacco business from Its down to the present In the meantime other men went into the business In the early forties George Short began the manufacture of plug on North Main street near whore D A and E W Martin later lo cated Short operated l9fio Several years after his death his place was converted into a re handling house and remained such until its destruction by fire the year 1874 Kzckial Rice grand nephew of Wm Martin opened a plug factory in the then recently vacated by H N Martin on North Main street He also rehandled leaf and put up a few strips In 1899 he removed to and one year later sold out to the American Tobacco Co During the latter part of the R T or Pick Martin a son of Thomas L Martin and there fore a grandson of the original Wm Martin began the manufacture of plug In 1902 he sold his and brands to a company in Hopkinsville to which city the C iCb began the plug bus mess in iQoa But all the men who bought to bacco in Greenville did not drift in to the pldg manufacturing business Among the outsiders who put up strips were Ialtman Co and Ackenberger Co of New York pattnian handled tobacco in Qrqeuvillc from 1863 to 1870 Ack enberger whose local representative was Ed Reno bought tobacco here for a few years in the 703 Tom Summers the father in law of Rufus Martin bought leaf from about 1 50 to 1870 He was one of the leading tobacco pier of day Felix Martin a son of Hutson Mar tin was among the buyers from 1880 to 1885 and so was George Eaves RufUs Martin a son of Felix Martin and therefore a grand nephew of the original Yilliam Mar tin began the leaf and strip business- in the early tags and conducted a large house up to the of his death in 1903 Up to fifteen years ago sonic of the farmers who raised to bacco would occasionally buy the crops of a few of their neighbors This they prized role hogsheads whjph were sent to Loujsviilc and there sold pn the Among such buyers and were Wm Y Newman Tom 1 Johnson J Lylcs Albert Miles C Cisney and Aney E Newman There were of course other to bacconists in and around Green vine but their careers like some of those to which I hayc referred arc subjects for a sketch of more recent times But let ijs uut forget while tho inatuifacturcrs and rehnndlers town were engaged In disposing of the home grown tobacco the faun ers scattered over the adjoining country were busy raising more of the weed The growing of tobaccq meant hard loiter in the olden time and It moans hard labor now No crop requires more care and greater patience than tobacco From the sowing of the seed to the hauling of the product to the market stage requires its own particular kind of weather Should one of these ungpvernablc conditions fail to prevail at the right time the quality of the tobacco sprloqsly affected In fact the u111 h 1tl1hle erg early- as muchof laU beginning untilabout bout machinery iz1nl el1 is M tU 1mf1J lu J l fS Rice leafand hl tinge about that ever I quantityand are i f Y1 7 I 4L success reverses trial liar ufuctuling building Louisville seventies wat ea ale wft bars wet M r itw g- obacco a N r iaistre t t breaks 1 i I uncertainty of the outcome has made it somewhat of a gamb ling Tobacco today as in the early years is the source of much worry watching and waiting It usually represents a tenants toil for as a rule it is a croppers crop A as in the past de mands constant attention for months out of the year The outdoor work begins with the burn ing sowing and ccnvastng of the plant bed and continues down through the breaking of the ground making of hills setting and some times resetting the plants then the hoeing and plowing prinrng top ping suckering worming and cut ting and ends m the housing After it is hung in the tobacco barn the firing and curing is followed by the tripping sorting tieing rehandling and hulking The curing of tobacco by firing was introduced by the raisers of the first leaf hue it was not universally practiced here until about 1850 Although firing is the most disagree able and hazardous part of the of the crop it like all the other barn work nevertheless usual ly results in a pleasant time On that occasion card playing potato roasting story telling and the of pranks take place around the slowly burning logs until long after the midnight hour In fact a jovial spirit generally pre vails during all the indoor work es pecially at the stripping Old tra ditions are then recalled the latest happenings discussed new stones introduced and many of the old jokes and tales retold Among the latter arc a number that have the reputation of being as old as the hillsOne of them is the effect that grandfather Somebody had a calf traincdso that when he turned it into his tobacco patch it nipped off the tops of all the plants and thus spared that farmer the trouble bf topping Another is that Uncle So andso had as large as the largest watermelons and could not get rid of them in any other way than by shooting them At one time so the tale is told worms so bad that the children could not go to school not because they might be needed home to help pick the S way man Somebody set out in his day until he became stoopfed In spite of the constant work unavoidable worry and frequent dis appointments the handling of to bacco has always had its many pleasant features in the field as well as in the barn Not the least among these features is watching the green leaves turn into greenbacks The history of every crop is a combination of tragedy romance and comedy Each crop grown since the first introduction of tobacco is a part of the history of every Muhl enberg farm and farmer So too the story of Greenvilles tobacco men and tobacco houses is closely interwoven with the history of the growth and development of the town m Revered m Ne Z450 sire Perfect Wonder fA t d always game cropnow tt thirteen man- aGement smokingand 10 were t akU gr h aiJIb1lt tie IIJ o y IeI to POLAnptU A NOXAL WONDER playing dorms the 0a up tl4 r iati be punster racve faiCs old Nx tobacco plants d4H QUEfN QUALITY a fine individual front a perfect strain of prige winners is now in service at ftipg cash in hand only The of the public is solicited T E to take Cardul for your 1 13 io great femalo remedy COO US lJr 1J A k YouI fem I b t 1 twillVINE Uf ftlYUIiaa brought relief to thousands of f j tfher sick vomcn co nat to Rj 3 period pdiWi female weak 3- s ness many have said It Is the 3 best medicine to take Try It I I Sold in This City ra J Typewriter paper supplies rib bons of all kinds at this office I jtU hldajh backache iJi I l Y 7 For l etc s J A DEEP r 1 TRl SOLVED Wont B al 7 Science I3od i AV I 1 Latin and i u Auts her I what clio b 3 al Sho that much on oc U Ji Wild curo sho Cooonf kt rc rod her If the rii boiho doc nt knor rat did tho T o Is proscrh tlons nil no t no rom tlraca clno Is it ccnaf at t ilia taco but often not T my wr of R concoalcd 3 d ta to ialiojv Ono phyalcian of wldo oxporioucit and docs not bollovi i hi mys 1Irs the nor does ho p at fc o sun but bolfcvu that N Atu ro jrovldi i that which Is neces for urn mltlt nd to sur sin ic good r chrofiulncsi and iropoi ixi Avncr 1 vluuco of health ucor J til U xjtor believes fiat Nattiio ps cad nt hand tim L Unco of for pood Hidden In our American wests am which correct anc ciro thoM distressing tillmfjiia which i ri 5 to boar pains pain In tao bclc cr front t too norrou net i and lToci ail women lo o Nat arc who 15o i o wander through thi ViooU have at on time or nl lcod the borutlful 1losson of tho Irm This Is not only a beautiful but a v useful root of this vhon treated properly with extract lo In all cases of nervous excitability irritability Prcf authority 1 EJIInijwood says ot this plant nactaJIUon3 organs Another plant which Is fro found In our an forests is or Unicorn root Tho AMECI CAX DiHPEXHATonv says of that It a Influence In an enfeebled condition of tho with ireaUncas or dull pain In tho renal or Juribosacral tho tack region In dis oases of tho womanly organs It I j ono of our most a tln as a uterine tonic and gradually removing abnormal wuo r same time It Imparts ijr o and vi to tho organs It la much In ca drains Irrcgul rUles and painful periods Prof u thcr A partict far phaso removed It Is tho despondency that often att nds these to tho all tents mentioned born found especially adapted to those cases In wl and tho aching boa nnrina frrl rt f 4t i fi nf Vic Dr Picrco ch of consulting physician to tho Invalids tuto of Buffalo N Y says tl it a com bination of tho active 6 of thcso two native plants together wiJi Golden Seal root and BVJO Cohosh roots wh n cstractwl t of triilorciacd of strength which ia used Instead of ah almost Invariably those peculiar mriadja Ii to woiccn That Is why Dr Pic nearly whiM ho had found so us cl Ia hblargo Dr Plnrco la f ank nnCl about his readyprepared incdicino tailed Dr ho tolls Just what Is contalnrd ia I ho not a euroall aa IS only a teeing womans peculiar tho put up for salo through for crro of such all the ingredients t f which havo tho en medical practi tioners and vTltcrs cs bolt known romodics f r tho aliments for wriMre s ori rc ffltttorpw5n RT ricrco It stands alone Dr Plorcos Favor ia Prescription Is the medlclno for wcrkucss and affctf all tho Ingrcd nta cf which aro so ml who talro It nay know exactly what they are using A ron on tho unprecedented popularity of tha r c fer tho special uao of worjcp 13 to bo found in tho rot a drop of alcohol Do doj not bc an nlihris Is bcnnficlul for thoiO affections peculiar to women bccairo tho aftcrsIo 4 of srlrlt for weak Invnlu ncrous Favorite Pitncvlptloa has dons for others It wilt no DO rout YOU Itsimilarly anti yo civu is 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etc We are j 856firer ecturr in or cl1Ur1ioa Rdcmce liT Lwnae for l11iptice lit and 11 C1 Sghe2 Z29 E SL lOUISVILLE rY I iI Fcetact4 flows GustafL otdcnScsl1 Jenatnla Aratc dcdcre- ieubhd stiff a LeuhviI1 tad can o better he ou than arena metcbAarkin ache siriprua U Qnfi7 Waticct I WaIl Paper for one or any number of rooms can be done with sat isfaction at Roarks In the fifty stock patterns shown there is wide variety of design and coloring And the goods are ready for immediate delivery One great ad Vantage is the ability to get more if you find you need it and if you have a roll or so over it is easy to return it and get credit 41 4iT It i Jre L J J II II 0 Jill 10 Selecting J 0 0 T I r t ta r fl OL7 0r I Just at this time we have several SPECIAL BARGAINS IN QUANTITIES sufficient for one to three rooms the price in some cases being half Price on every pattern is low COME AND SEE OR ASK FOR SAMPLE BOOKS which will be sent on request We L ROARK Estate WITH US ON A GRAND FREE EDITEPRANIAN TOUR We are going to send twenty young women between the ages of 16 and 50 white of good character on a two months tour to the Mediterranean The Azores Madeira Gibraltar Morocco Southern France arid Write to the Tour Department The Herald Louisville Kjr For Full Information Back fresh air and sunshine and Gods grccn earth Back tq work that means strength and appetite Back to joyous labor and the sense of inde Are you among the thousands that longing to possess a bit of land v If so you want all the information about the land you can get Well youll get it at the big Land Show in the Coliseum Chicago Nov 20 to Dec 4 inform ation clear practical and first hand Plundreds of dollars and many months spent in travel wouldnt do more for you Admission to the Land Show only 50C The United States Land fir Irrigation Exposition Fourth Floor 407 115 Adorns St CHICAGO J II IcIOI CO 1E AND GO a I p Back to the Farm to Healthand arc real t El 0r 0 0 oii QOr0 r i t ltal We frill pr All ex Nscs ofeverY ktad butt trip i a JRi t r 4 tie 6t1g00Ii nOBlES Mutilated on Annually Dissecting Tables r THE BAKER AM WATER VERMIN BURQLAR PROOT y i a BURGI n PROOF GRAVE VATJTT fwabsolute i thonol k rtiIranian animals and is nUll A liAJUiit VAULT should be employed every in allhutshoulwaterprooflift The BAKER VAULT carried in stock by The J L ROARK ESTATE Greenville fine l irto of Funeral and Ctirinl Goods IJJ II hmpioo Mfakers nlield OIIialCwmKal Ca4 5o d The only Baking Powder made from Grapo Cream of Tartar 0 j i Jr tr t 1it I I j AhrL ii c t rdt o akmgPwdcr Abo1utely 11T I C R fc LOCAL TIME CARD NorTnnouxD no 122 Louisville Express 112 Cincinnati Express iai CouUvlUa Limited 136 Control City nccom 11 13 tun 143 am 715 pai I S3 Pntlucah unit Cairo nccom 515 nra- ilSl Kulum Accommodation li40prn 101 New Orleans Special v 340 pm Nov S2 1003 WaGnAwroiiD Act Notice T Our Mr Orien L Roark 7 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 ff lions vill be carefully ex- f edited and handled on a rhtrrow margin TH XOKEST MAN feJcQTpe Herbert rector at Betnerton Eny IMM n l writer of many rellzlous poctan Wail hbrii IH Wales In 1593 dletl In was t for the tlilelty with ivblch lie dlscbnrpwl jmKtoml duties and the quaint style ot his Who Is the honest nan ffcii kat doth 8tHl and atrouRly RDOI purnuo lila neighbor and himself most true LjWJ10 neither force nor fawtilu can C yki or wrench from giving nil their due Vkoso honesty la not l i oft or ea that a wind tot blow away or glittering look It blind TWho rides h sure and even trot tgille the wOrld now rltlesby now lags bshludi- Wfco when great trials come r fieelctf nor bhuns them but tRoth calmly Swthe thin and the example welsh brought Into a sum f t place or person calls for be doth pay WboBi can work or woo imeIu anything a trick or Blelght ecnbore all things he abhors deceit and works and fashion too fifef a piece and all are clear and straight Who never melts or thaws lose temptations when tbe day Is done act not but In dark can run KH sun to then wrltcth laws JUMliU their virtue Is big sun rlv us your job work Good morning Did you win KL 0pwn to business now The ction is over Of m Bring your poultry to Greenville Sicks Metal Co sr he special term of circuit courtN- iUxConvene Monday Nov 15 t was more trading in voters town Tuesday than in all the Give Wickliffe your meat orders best service free delivery SrPbably the best men won but iWdcfeatcd candidates are not ac k pwledging was a fair day for the election SvjKiatter how foul the election mifys have been Hiike your hides to Coombs who fyitbe highest cash prices iSv don u for not having said it but now it is too late for y- iKbod men to come to the aid of w winter goods containing the headwear and velvets at SM E Martins pm l r Q iI JooclI1 virtue t r 1 lit S If 0 J 11 tJr a it C J c r l I iI T r LSi 8OUTflDOUD 4 NOV I 1ii 4 z ROate- i 23YG1ORQEUERBERT Go ruffling is Mi Ie4ig none WWOrdil 4 4 1 S i aa 4 here S sqe 4 hop 0 altV i a i I I a time 4 party P fur 4 o o 5 J 7 s p 1 There was pretty lively betting on both the city and cQunty tickets and much money changed hands Rather than make a disturbance on Sunday eve a lot of the good little boys celebrated Halloween the night before If its wallpaper you want Roark can sell you at saving prices About a score of young fellows did more work Saturday night cele brating Halloween than they have done in a twelvemonth Scores of men all over the were wide awake all night Monday rustling votes Some of were busy rushing voters out of the county Dont fail to get a lot of chances on that 50 gold watch by buying your millinery cheaper from Mrs M E Martin than you can get it elsewhere There has not been a larger crowd here for months than that on elec tion day and it was sober quiet and orderly in every respect In by large audiences on each occasion and his talks were enlightening and impressive Hot and cold baths day and night and Sunday until 1030 a Sam Rce Martins barber shop Quite a number of young people gathered at the old Martin home on lopkinsville street last Friday night and spent the evening Halloween The decora tions made the place look like a liar vest home and the unique pumpkin face end other lights with the appropriate to the occasion made a pleasant evening You get i2 4c for hides at the Greenville Hides Metal Co Mr H C vWilkison has rented the old Weir building one of the best stands in town and will concuct a grocery store therein Mr Wilkison is one of the most of our youngest business TB well known all over the county and popular in all quarters and he will start with a long of customers insuring his success Coombs buys best hides James B Bass 19 years old a well known colored boy died at his home near the water works plant Monday afternoon from consump tion he having been confined to his home for some months were held at the A M Zion church at 2 oclock Tuesday afternoon and interment wasin the west end cemetery of aU kinds at Wick Jiffcs new meat shop Telephone No 279 Uncle Lindsey Elliott and wife in the observance of their golden wecRliug last Friday night were made to feel glad by the presence of a vast number of friends who gathered at their hdme and spent the evening A few of their white friends also dropped in and some very elegant remembranc es were carried in by friends Light refreshments were served Wallpaper is rolling out of Roarks store lively the clearehce prices appealing to people far apd I rI county them mat games r progress e then list Funeralservices E Bestmeata their h near lIg ceandden ircjkti5- fji r gdiioie rd evuing hours andiwasgreeted celebrating w LANDSLIDE Sweeps Every Democrat Into Office By Astounding Majorities THE ROOSTER CROWS LOUD AND PROUD Muhlenbcrg fr ttu first time in 20 years elected a complete county ticket so far as nominated at the battle of the ballots Tuesday the average majorities ranging around 400 There are a great number of ballots which will be passed up at the official count but it is conceded that the result will be about the same as shown on the face of the returns The campaign was a hot one closely contested by both sides and the result is astonishing to all on account of the largeness of the majority Socialists polled alxjut 175 votes in the county but this was drawn from both the old about equally it is thought Democrats carried voting except Bremen Rosewood Following is theticket Representative F Richardson I Judge J J Rice County Clerk H L Kirkpatnckj Sheriff T L Roll County Attorney T O Jones Assessor George Vhitmer Surveyor D A Woodburn Coroner C R Lewis Four of the five magistrates are elected by safe majorities Clerk C S Curd Jailer Geo M York and SuperintenderitioflSchools landslide as Butler and Christian counties have wheeled into the Democratic column The newly elected officials will take charge the first of the year For the first time in the of the county there will be a division of the important county offices Good morning ereyou hit by the landslide Thanksgiving is the next event on the schedule Lost strayed or months old Scotch terrier white with yellow spots about Oct 5 Reward for return to James TInsley Greenville Ky 021 Arrangements are being made for a ratification by the Democrats V Miss Mary Swain of East ton N Y will visit here with rela tives next week stopping off a few days en route to her home in Rock Kansas where she to spend the winter with her home fplks A Bissell carpet sweeper will last longer than 40 cprn brooms costing from 12 to 155 the sweep ers cost 3 to 575 See them at Roarks other advantages than the moneysaving features ex plained Mr W O Head was elected mayor of Louisville the Democratic ticket winning by a handsome ma jprity Mr Head has many friends and acquaintances here where he has occasionally made visits to his brother Mr G Blfeadv If you want job printing the beat be had at this ofljce The capacity of oUt cqmmSdi ous new school buildingisalready being taxed to the utmost the attractive quarters and efficient faculty proving a strong incentive gathering the children alinost as pupils The years work is already well begun and there id assurance that it will prove the greatest In the history of the city Fine Farm Land for Sao I will sell 76 acres unimproved farm laud one mile of town For particulars call or write Dean Lovell Greenville Ky jna4tf J questioned ever Penrodand County Cir lt SHave on tHe eput ic ctcii stolenAsix vi torious expectS S andhave an tea unit every I tomorrow parties precinct history zI 4 Our New City Courtcil In the city election there was such a small change compared to county revolution that the matter has in a manner been overshadowed The present council with the of Dr J G Bohannon has been again chosen ID serve the jico pie Mr Riley Dexter on the Re publican ticket icceived more votes than did Dr Bohannon the new board is as follows Mayor J W Lam Councilmen R M Dexter R K Wallace C W Roark C M Martin W D Blackvell C M Howard City Judge G P Jtffircs The city marshal will be selected by the voters at an election to be held some day to be announced in December and the city attorney will be named by the council The vote was dose all around and there was a heavy vote polled The gentlemen composing the all publicspirited citizens having the interests of the city in mind and it is hoped there will be great pro gress made during their term of two yeaYsia office Killed In CoM Mine Friday Vivian 19 years was killed in the mine at Browns ville at 9 oclock last Friday morn ing He was a driver and while no one saw the accident it is sup posed that he was killed by a mule causing him to fall in front of the loaded car on which hewas driving The car ran pver his legs breaking both but there injuries to the head which indicated that death came from kicks Deceased was a popular young man and had a host of friends The body was carried back to the old home in Christian for burial many people being Suturday afternoon to show the last token of cstcrm Jluje Strayed or Stolen Red bay horse mule about 161 high 8 years old wind galls on hocks wJiitc nose small Dn J C Bohannon health 0 ficer of the county has received new blanks and instructions from the U S Public Health and Marine Hos pital service Washington D JJ with blanks for weekly reports on the following diseases Pellagre leprosy hookworm smallpox var icella tuberculosis scarlet fever diphtheria measles whooping cough Asiatic cholera yellow and typhus fevers rabies in man and animals tetanus These reports are used in the government vital statistics and in order to make reports it will be necessary for all doctors to make reports to Dr Bohannon who will from these make up his report to the It is important that all coun ty physicians make these repotts promptly and regularly Mr J L down from Louisville fur a few days returning yesterday morning V Mrs Hardigg and children of iJnionlown are visitors of Judge J 1 fc Jonson and family Highest prices will be paid for hides by v Mrs Jennie E Roark is in Louis ville for a visit of days with JJer son Cecil Rpark and wife i r Farmers are getting ready to make tobacco deliveries which arc sche duled to begin the middle of the f There are two sides even to a po flitical situation And joy and gloom lire chasirg each other around the corners at a lively ate just now t Wallpaper pnpes at Roars are than anywherc and the scled- Uions arc very complete nPw i I Some needed street cleaning js being lone the jempyal of leave and rubbish vastly improving hc appearance of the thoroughfares Mrs M E Martin has futetj tp 8 room for the cleaning repairing antLpreisslmj of mens lens and childrens clothes and solid is tnja character of work assuring faction Wickliffes new meat shop near the Babtist church is open and ready for business Free delivery Tele phone No 279 exception boardare Ferrellaged present J i r tNilbItllIF lIt f j typhoidand f government Roarkwas I if i Coo 0 Jew ib nth f oth r satl l J I anSI was bush on 1i rnb Our Name f r has been before the public for 30 years time right on the spot where we are now located Our Atmconstantly has been to sell the best goods in our lines at the mst reasonable prices Our services are of the highest grade our wares best and our equipment compares with the best of the larger cities We endcwor constantly to increase our usefulness Out ClaimOn your patronaga is based on a service the duration of an ordin ary life time and a square deal assured every one The accum ulated experience and knowledge of this third of a century at your command The J L ROARK EstateORIEN L ROARK Manager 6 i 1 i tt l ifk OJ 6 iI tL lJJ l kitlt i I M 1 i lii 4 1 i 1 t c the t1y itt6J 01so l Jri S G c0J J J8l ill 7JI l i tJG l lif 4 4- S 4- i S 5- LL4A 1 a SLt most of a iVs L lie i 2 L33IA X are- A tf Z4 Fir URNITURE UNERfiL A S of E Peeling House to Open Monday November 22 1909 GREENVILLE KY Oct 27og To the tobacco growers who have signed the pooling pledge for Muhlenbcrg county and the Greenville tobacco district I beg to say that all our pooling houses will open up on Monday November 22 1909 to receive arid pay for the tobacco now pjed ed Every grower iii classing their to bacco should be careful to keep lengths and colors seperate and be careful tq tic each hand with a tie leif of its pwn grade dont tic leaf hands with a lug tie leaf nor lugs ed in handling J F Doss J as t- ilDJur tnejgJa A1l liroa cd toBae 0 ca iue illl ies I with it trashtie this will end winter orders ChmMgr D Burns Hosier and Sara John BVuce who lives near Eailes in a lit of insanity last Fmlay log drove his family from home set fire to the building burning it with the contents then drove his stock into his barn and set fire to it causing destruction Bruce was a tew months ago adjudged lunatic and was by a jury sent to Hopkins vllle asylum with instructions from the court that if he recovered he should be to the authorities here to stand trial for an assault with intend to kill He was allowed to return hpme on parole and his condition again became bad with Quaker Oats at least twice a day Assorted china In thcrFamllr SIlo Taclaiq j Sentence Sermons 8Pjt y grids is it is given L loking down never lifts up act is some kind of a prayer Small talk often makes big trouble Habit serves the good as readily as the bad Most people oh their own smoothness The grc test sorrows are the ones we never reach Many a man would be like Job if it did not cost so much plans fur tomorrow are the stuff that sloth fattens on Most men like to let their light shine when they get a new car Many a pteacher smothers the truth in his attempts toprotect it We would all live in a fools para disc but for lifes better blows Jooil advise is seldom taken save as it is given in practical doses No man any higher in character than hc wishes all others to le The religipn we most like to re cPunt may be that which does not poiwt nt The piety that can pump itself dry in one day has no refreshing for a thirst vroiil vThe devil alwajs enjoys fi hiinR church where commanding oTicer Some think they because their neighbors would be relieved to have them go to glory The jcoj le hpcic ircstarxjius to rout lip tares have had nothing to ilu with sowing the wheat When a man has the habit of mailing folks happy he has neither time nor worry over heaven Uatroniiie the new barber shdpj near Max Weir corner morn retm ned 1Js1 to F1 1flh Every slipup lUg gets I everyone wants ttJ he the n edto I r 1 J the MoniVhe was tirirriii sI1iat all the are siuts i e1z i 1lf s- EJILERS Lon Distance Tclepfeaaes Storc 72 Uame 103 i ffstnUs ed 1m fl J dJ s J lQr lDJ r i ifi latJ Qt1fo iJl t a i 4 AJ 1 No matter what you ribbons for it are in stock at this office S Mr Sampson Dukes wh for some months has been suffering from an abdominal trouble will leave soon for Louisville where he will submit to an operation Many gf his friends especially among the Masons and Modcjn Woodmen lave contributed liberally to a fund to dray his expenses and everyone hopes that the operation may be successful and that he may be speed ily restored to his usual vigor and without dnldrgn to help on desirable farm near county seat Pleasant furnished preferred Address giving all particulars as to age salary expected etc W T K care The Record Greenville jfy Like everything else the price of Votes lave increased the advance being some oo per cent in the last tcja years reported by son e per sops who have kept up markct There is one funnvpon dJUbTn about this tOOt aa theTium bcf of floaters has increased hugely but the heavy offering have not hud a tendency to shade i he price as usually obtains 1 is esumated that about one third of the voters of i the county arc purchasable I woulo s y p my frjeuds that is a tojccu of mVi appreciation rfftheif palronage In the past that I will jlvo a 30 gold watch vhjch will be placed in the bink containing a number and will have 1000 Uokets ifc one of which will have the Dujier corresponding witlf the one M tic One ticket will be- ver with each dollars wPrth pur Jcua d AL E ARTU I typewriter 1 WANTED Ma1 wire room middleagcdcouple his the I watch j r 6 use MRS 251 Good Stories The Youths Campanion abounds in stirring stories of adventure unit heroism One may describe an ep cape from accidental jieiilj Miother a strange encounter with wilil creatures man or beast Many of these stories are lric as to and only disguised as to names and places A SCore 6r more of such stories will be published during 1910 in addition to nearly 200 others 250 good stories in all and no two alike And this is not counting the serial stories which it is believed vil be consider ed by old Companion readers as the lithographed in thirteen colors and gold but all the issues panion for the remaining weeks of 1909 fromttie time the subscription is received THE YOUTHS COMPANION Companion Building BOSTON MASS New Subscriptions Re ceived at this Office facts 1 i y ginvalJipn has ever l- I p bcstThe Pub ihedIt qi iiiitftt r ie tY s etttbeaiitiuley ala Calender for iio ofThe Coin Mel 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 Greenville Ky People who have tried it know that this is the very best season of the year to have papering done and folks who wilt look will find Roarks prices on wallpaper lower than they have ever known There tS 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 the cutting of the price what does the trick KIULTHE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Disco 6 t I l I tk nedand is I Office i s- FOR cOUGHS OLDS PKICE SOo ft TW latHe Free t i SXTUNDID For Sale Cheap Good doublebauel breechIoad ingjshotgin 12 gage GEO ADAMSOJJ Greenville Kj AND AltTHROAT AND I On MONEY f s Ji1 fiJ fd jc r j L JJNQTROUL- EGUARANTIXD S ilMft RQARK Furniture Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Mt ppers Slippers Grave Vaults Disinfection ROARK 0 To 1 l a Wallpaper I IVl11 8Y Jll1r1rk J Delayed In Transmission tIe sent her a valentine wrought with A neat blllotiaux with A fringe ot And right Jn the renter he Bravrlcd this not Ono Any niter debarred from A heart that 13 titled with affections wine A heart that la loving and kind true A heart that would brrter its love for thlna sealing the missive twas sent that d X In caro of a messcncrr bound that way cite winded him an answer It ran like this I hold In possession a claim peat duo Pellvcrcd today by a laggard lad It calls for a settlement ar from you Tho value you oak has been yours tot aye The storage however la still to ply Unless you make Rood on the note you Ill to foreclose on your heart today The Poor and the Weak On train the other day I made Wends with a boy At Trucy S Dak wo were allowed 20 minutes to gulp down fowl enough to loot until six ocJocX when we picked up a diner The hrakeman assured mo that the car went through and connected with tho Pullman at Mnnkato laving finished eating I discovered that tho brakeman like many of his kind had another guess coming On all days but this particular day tin coach went through It had been 1 off to be ropalrod The conductor didnt know where the coach was Its a habit of some conductor to know pa little M pos sable They seem to gain promotion by what they dont know Instead of by being accommodating There are exceptions to this rule and God bless em but as a general thing they cltb S cr dont know much or are afraid to tell It Somebody hazarded a KKCM that tta to ft JH tINt stHMfcuhr to and thought a little aad his mother bad carried my grip frost the aban dened coach I found the boy of my first paragraph arid there were my grips and oTcrcoat guarded and ready 1 to proceed on their tourney Then the mother told me her story She was a working woman Her husband was dead but she had this boy After saving 150 she answered tan advertisement In a Chicago news paper and bought some land In Flor ence S Dak Later pates 1S to perfect the title and secure her ab etracL Several of her neighbors did likewise Then sho got suspicious gave up her position and took a train for Florence Upon arriving there she discovered the human ghouls who had fed upon her had bit tho town the week prior Her title was a fake She had no land She appealed to the authorities but they did nothing for her and at last abe drifted down to Watertown whore che secured a position la the Kampeskla hotel at 18 a month heard and room The boy was given board for Sho had i saved her money and now she was bound for Elgin Ill where a friend had promised to help her until slit could get on her feet again After listening to her story I went away wondering why hell was so cool and balmy In warns weather Surely no such deceiver of tho weak and the poor over can get his Just deserts In a place no hotter than that Eddies Only a foolish legislature would to smash the rubfber and the trusts It would take a lot of arnica to cure tho lame excuses of this world Not all family trees spruce Some of them are thorns Life may be a burden but to keep thinking and talking about It make tho load heavier than lead Many a man married an angel who has since grown too corpulent to use her wings well Otr friends got rich sad famous cause they have good luck Wo stay poor and lowly because our brand of luck is bad Strange isnt it Most any married woman can horse well A horse Is much like a roan anyhow in some things When well fed he manifests great affection but at grain time ho Is apt to step on your corns trying to get up to the feed box before dinner Is called The homelier a man is the oftener he has his picture taken He to be inculcated with the hope that some time or other ho will get a fin ished likeness as good looking as ka thinks he Is It is easier to guess who will not be resident than who will says an TXcbaage Yea the odds are slightly fllforcnt Tie tower of Pisa has a marked strews of lean about 1L living up your boy In the way ha should go and you need kavo no fear ho will ever become t United States senator Getting Into society is so hard hot the bills bcgUi Sit Intt you thats different I care lnc to to the mold adllrellftd r gave have s lit H sa 1 t ti trNtir tiboy abe t tic a egg are I n bow drIve- n 3 to that D yyt 1ru i dang irace- yrnmIe pay and And p 1 boards Chieago bound hrlght eyed token f r 1w rw yakdtt Wtit its tan sloes cocas f boll bopping r w y a sees 4 nut e- e when iD r 1 b r- i rA Y wr ma A GREENHOU3E Roomy and Practical Structure at Small Cost This greenhouse wns built for the pnrpore of Hiipplylng n country town with cut flovcn but later young plants of tomatoes cabbage and cnullllowcr were grown as an experiment These proving successful ninny vegetables were grown and put upon the home market some time before the gardeners had sowed the seed This greenhouse Is perhaps larger thus most gardeners would need 00 by SO fort TiP main entrance Is trout the south there being two walks two and n half foot wide each i r be- InG q JXTFRIOU OP aBBBNIlQUSE extending the length of the house At the north end of the walk n door and a window open lute the furnace room This window furnlsups till tho ply fur the furnace room during cold weather This furnace room Is 7 by fern and tins nn outside door Tho tills steno through tho house from tho furnace under tlp rotifer bench and l ncU again to flip loiter The cen ter bench I six foot wldo and two side benches each three and n half feet Some S10 feet of lumber was re for the tenches which cost 12Ti per hundred feet rouges oak be lug used for most of the work The total trill of materials for construction of this house was 2T 0L J Ken tvcky hi Agriculturist pnckHig vegctuhfciB and fruit Pleats This grower says I believe the best packing for nearly nil weather conditions to be ns follows Vrnn plants III separate packages of live to twenryflvo plants accord In to size or to make a package that shall be not more than two Inches through A little Roll should he left on roots tint PVQIV Jf the plant Is a two Inch pot It 1 not nocossary or doslrahlo that It should rill lc left on Onehalf or more should shaken off The bunch of roots snit soil should now be well covered with moist sailing nom moss which must bo wrapped In ollQd or waxed paper covering tho en tire plant Package o wrapped should l e perched tightly In layers a tort of roots at each end of n lax with tops to tho center snit overlapping Layer after layer may bo packed In ono box provided they are so tight that they cannot mow and runs space In tile center or top must be packed fell and tight with excelsior to avoid any possible movement of the plants stony packers use sticks nailed cross of the box to hold plants In place lut they often cause serious damage to plants so packed The wax paper Is of great Importance not only to keep the moss and soli moist but to prevent moisture reaching the tops to cause heat and decay Tops must be dry when packed and the wax paper will keep them so even though the mss and roots be quite wet Any other paper coming In contact with the wet moss would act as a sponge and would wet the entire package plants so peeked will be sud clently separated by the paper to pre vent heating but If the tops are very hoary n thin layer of excelsior each layer of plants will be of great Have your box nicely nailed up lest Hedge Plant Probably the best hedge plant to com bine ornament with protection Is ProsJaponlca The plants should bo two feet apart rAnd that Is In good condition for n crop of corn will give a good growth of these plants The ground on each side should lie kept mellow by tho occasional use of n cut tlvator and the plants cut to a regular form once a year With this treatment It should make n goad hedge In tour to five years or If two strands of wire are stretched above It It would afford considerable protection in two years Purple Raspberries Purple raspberries arc Intermediate In character between red raspberries and black raspberries They are sup posed to be hybrids between these two species They show all gradations In habit between the two parent types some being propagated by by tips slid still others by tips or suckers The color of the Is usually a light or dark purple Of the varieties described only two Co lumbian and Shaffer at the present time appear to have any commercial value Farm Journal Dwarf Trees Dwarf bush trees can be grown and kept fruitful for many years without much repression In the way of ing Pears apples plums do well on system and product Inc fruit 1 w WoJIIIiiIi Lr ftl 1iiiIjno 111 tl 11 eCWeo Y to from ho from he ost between suck rs others this p t r ile uired Han fican lidM Eti a R r l wxit cgiMtlls a i service planted frill Fruit pratt and sl A Little Good Paht in Time Saves When your building need every Jays delay sorts you money The sun snow rmt ate in t cir work Lutnba coU too much to It it decay for WArt of a little paint It costs leu to are Rood paint than lo p it We me nothing good r n CARTERStrictly Pure WHITE LEAD Pure Linseed Oil Pure Turpentine and the most expensive colors The paint we use trucks or only wear will remove it Lit us figure with you when ready lo paint V n finlclaa and durable Job paces reasonable Doa it oil J H HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254i pmt kindof never put rain without outwork kale = e = brightens and preserves everything no or dingy looking furniture or woodwork In homes where Liquid Veneer k wed all is clean wholesome saa tary Veneer can be applied by anybody at aM no MUM to clean up There are no cans no no brushes There are no sticky hands or surfaces Simply moisten a piece of cheese wipe off asyou would do how sweet find clean it will make everything 4 z bottlo 26o 12az tattle sea W H BRIZEiiDIHE 0 take Cardul for your troubles becauso vre aro sure it will help you Remember that this great female remedy j aboutthe an afterward t Just try Veneer and SOLD nY f i WeAsk You to I cw see 1 female I Y If UI has brought relief to thousands of j other sick women so why not to you For headache backache periodical pains female weak 1 ness many have sold It is best medicine to take Try It 1 1 Sold in This City 1 i the 13 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE I f MAMa DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS JLc TRADE Anyone ennmc a tketcn our opinion free whether AS t w tloiMMrloUyconndontfal free for eucunuc patents IntenU taken tnrauith Mixiu A rec lT ROCk without Chnreo SckHtific JlrawicawAhtt- Rdsomrly Itlnnlratftd weekly Tersest drentatlon rrlcntlUo Tcrnis 3 a yenr tour mouths fl nensilenlarc Breech Offleo 625 F BU C Tbla ts on every box of the laxative Tablet TMDnajr that cttrm m cold l and rera on I tent I 0I I D tpj M M e Pat lather a o 3018raadtxiy ew ar gear Qrr x r W Furniture iloWln s Watt Paper We carry on our floors and in our ware rooms the largest variety of Furniture in Huhlenberg If we do not have what you want we will get it for you We have factory con nections with makers of the finest roods in the country and through Our Special Order Department can supply any exclu sive articles at leas prices than city or mall order houses Our Picture and Room Moldingstocks are always complete Wallpaper is now a staple article of bring used all the year round And we always have full selections prices S cents and up per rolL BMHM tx ltujrninurjt- 2F Our Engraving Machine is the only one in this part of Kentucky aad we are exclusively prepared to supply individual Name Plates which we furnish OH all outfits without extra cost Coffins in White Enamel and Stained Varnish finish Caskets in White Eaamel Natural Woods White Colored and Black Cloth Covered allMetallic and Copper Hnedr airtight Caskets all lengths and regular extra and double extra widths Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes constant ly in stock for immediate delivery Burial Robes Wrappers Suits Dresses Slippers etc in large variety Our two licensed Embalmers respond at oace to calls for such services Our general equipment is complete Bet of highest grade We have a Funeral Car IB service sub ject to call anywhere Private LongDistance Day Store No 72 Night Borne No 108 Residence ISO yards from store Prompt service any hour day or sight TIle J i ROARK ESTATE Mincer TIE lATE TO CMKAfiO EWCE5 MIMI bate Ai Mices New Sckelik if Fares One Way ari K IM Trip The Monon Route announces that it will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago at 6 one way instead of 8 as formerly and 12 round trip good thirty days returning instead of 16 Patrons are offered exceptionally good ser vice by the Monon which on nigh trains from Louisville operates Com partment and Drawing room 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 Ry Slogans Sewing Machine runs lighter any lasts longer is more beautiful tnaa any has less vibration any is easier to operate than any makes a perfect etitch than any other is the ofall in one fREE SEWING MACHINE CO CHICAGO M ILLINOIS T M MORGAN SON As Fresh wallpaper at Roarks scrap prices almost All of this seasons patterns mustgo with the season slid the cut will hustle the goods toul1t1i wr2 lrlui x S Telephones MIEN L rOAU 61FREE than other than any other other 6ffREE than other fREE I fREEmore E beet l 7 mu- i e t t stores merchandise Undertakipg an Ebahiag t Two RHVCLV1Ni SPREE wlE combined a priced Monon Route BETWEEN Louisville and Chicago UEST LINE TO California and the Vast Northwest Two trains dally Freick Lick aid West Bade Sprigs UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DEARBORN STATION GHIUAQO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E H BACON D P A N W Cor 4tk and Market Sts LOUISVILLE KY XM CURE THE LUNGS Kings New KILLTHQOUCH WITH Dr1 IIFO cgUCHS FBICK We TrW Mlle Free IIcado GTJABAWXXED 8ATISPAC OR OX KOKXY KJCFUMDITD Work I Contract- edI prepared to do pa etnc other concrete work and shall be glad to make estimates In pave limestone is used in base and surface throughout complying with city specifications ia every parties lar Give me am oyfOftuHity to bid NEW YORK CLIPPERIB THE IREATEBT THEATRICAL I SHOW PAPER IN THE WORLD 400 Per Yc f Slip IO C ISSUED WEEKLY SAMPLE COPY FREE FRANK QUEEN Pile CO LMV- ALtXRTJBOKIE runLlSUEIlS Foteys Kidney makes kidneys rjid bladder rjgtfrf Haw You Been Stuck AItD AlL THROAT AND f j I Ccrete I meats eek 111 Itj 7 J oj F C ftWK nYOx Cure LUNG TROUILE stand v r Mt on a Wallpaper deal TEe man who buys without looking around is liable to he held up sharply as above I c is no good to grieve over wasted dollars as this fellow is doing after being doneu Come in to see us time before you buy We may not sell you but well show you wallpaper values and enable you to save money wher ever you may purchase THE J L ROARK 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