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Mifrtt AaaagBMi Record1 Advertising Costs Nothing It pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates 3M T 2ra3raw T Jyr JI rt mmImiYI t2t jiih KOO5lTtlf IXIX1I linl rL1T L rte mt feeling the stomach otter eating is languid nervous irritable and despond he is losing the nutrition needed to make strength Such a man should use DP Plercea Golden Medical Discovery It cures disease the atomach and other organs of ditfcstloi and nutrition It enriches the blood InvlQoratos the llvcf atfcnittiens the kldneya nourishes the nerves and so GIVES HEALTH aND STKKfiCTH TO THE WHOLE BODY You cant afford to accept a ttertt nostrum as substitute this non alcoholic medicine oi KNOWN coMrostTioH not even though the urgent dealer nay thereby mnkc a little bigger profit Ingredient printed on wrapper I in nt I fit I I fora 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 floors and gather the dirt to be dumped outside and burned Brooms stir it in the air to be breathed and 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 ceiling at Roarks Get typewriter supplies of all kinds at this office DR Craw u and Bridge Work done at reasonable prluott Office up stairs In the Junes Building Or eDvllle Ky rliy lclai sad hyuraconl- Uu Slalnoroas street near Malnstreet 15 AM HO WARD GilA r HOWARD GRAY LAWYERSOffice la Green Bulldls opposite LaMeade Hotel DB LGUELLA OSTEOPATH Office at Homc East Maincrcss Streetr- Tclopltono r o Z O KINGJ ft Notary Public ajid Li censed Auctiojieer CENTRAL CITY KY Mn in Terms Reasonable Box 93 ptone 8 Jew BA lOW D DRsi cUll SL fJ HELJSlEY n ISles Anywhere cOunty I I 3 VTIST iON1 DEN S AND CURE THE LUNGS iCILY 7 WITH I FOR atOI THE L 1 01 liNG I t JU j Muhlenberg County is rich in ifon timber potters clay and the most inviting field In Ken tucky for investment ofcapital and pluck i 0 Iti l9VI t t WM W M etc 1 X I IIX xxtox x ili r r e t- tgkw soak r OL XI NO 48 GREENVILLE KYt THURSDAY JANUARY 6 1910 50c PER YEAR IN ADVANCE A III Burns The medical books describe scv crnl degrees of burns according to the amount ol fire has done to the skin or the parts beneath IHre first degree consist merely fn redness and stinging of the skin such as is caused Vy tits of a match touching the finger for an Jit s ant ar a drop of hot wax from a caudle falling on the hand Utdi this Is a trivial accident anti tlc pain of it if annoying may be subdued applying a cloth wet with a sotattan dl cooking soda but if a large Surface is burned as when a cambric night dress catches j fire and blues up for a mouien I nt is extinguished the j iticnt may sutler severely from 5 k- In the second degree blisters form ou the injured part Care lauBt be taken not to tear the blis tern in removing burned cloth for example A little snip with clean scissors or two or three punctures with a clean needle should be made in the part of the C blister which protrudes most and as soon as the has drained away the part should be covered with a cloth wet with soda solution or with equal parts of lime water and olive oil called carronoil In burns of the third degree the upper layer of the skin is destroyed this is the most painful of all burns for the sensitive cutaneous are exposed The first thing to do is to cover the part so as to pro sect the bared nerveendings from contact with the air The same dressing as that for burns of V second degree will give relief until the physician comes Carronoil i but the soda solution is betterJ ItUi nothing and much better than lam water or oil j tn turns of the forth degree the fonrtr degree usually r v iaeasisv ourm S I I ur tL ifi CXK S v painful llurn for the nerveendings lwhVoh receive and transmit thepain r iledSr It is more serious in its after contract and draw the part out of shape In burns of the fifth degree the muscles and other tissues arc more or extensively disintegrated lhose of the sixth degree the entire limb finger hind arm foot pr destroyed In all these several burns there is more or less shock which may be so profound as to kill and there are also serious symptoms caused by congestion of the internal organs and probably also by poison form ed in the burned tissues Mr Chas W local vrcscntativc of some of the best fire insurance companies and will apt prcciatc your business which will ibc cared for promptly and in the very best manner The Value of Safety Appliance According to the statistics as given in the annual report of the interstatei commerce one man out 6t every 349 employed in coupl killed while engaged in the process In 1908 the ratio had been reduced to one in 983 The number of those hurt but not killed also decreased injured in the process of car ing was one in thirteen while in the year 1908 the ratio of injured was one in sixtytwo This large rcducton in the propor r liili the process of coupling and uncoupling cars is supposed to be the measure of efhci of the law requiring the use safety appliances Probably the railroads would not now dispense with these devices even if they were permitted to do so aftertheir value has been demonstrated But the Tv opposition to the law and the delay in complying with its provisions resulted in the loss of many lives and in many injuries that might haye been avoided The safetyappliance law designed amg the t r naril b 0 quit kl ft t F fit water j J 1oJ d ro l j ml arc because It leaves a which md may 2 J 3 din I legIs11 r Roark I p J it commissionf itl f In the the number of iflatter rA tint of soil injured among engaged in off lr y 1 f f 2 7 t4 Inctt I hut 1 r eth- Ing f t J1 nerves they best t arialsthtitl bare sit This tiVt seem sless than the third degree now otnsatiof is y destroy efrects altss rsder isdisfguring less rc t r t basil fornir year coup jfn i t workmen i enc have i No Man is Stronger Than His A Stomac- hA man is strong all over No man can bo strong who is suffering from weak stomach with it consequent indigestion or from tome other disease of the stomach and its associated organs which im pairs digestion and nutrition For when the stomach is weak or diseased there is a loss of the nutrition contained in food which is the source nil physical strength When a man doesnt feel just right when he doesnt sleep well has an uncomfortable I of to prevent accidents in with car coupling has proved to be important agency for the I of life and limb Pointed Paragraphs pompadours arc responsible for manjfca highbrow How loafers grate upon the nerves of a person Most of a friends are of the variety Hope is a magic lantern which often shows impossible pictutes Every time we see a sponge it us of some men we know A peach of a girl always hopes the right young man will pick her It takes a lot of courage to enable a woman to admit that she is grow ing old Some men boast of their luck be cause none of their relations ever visit them People who take pains to tell the truth on all occasions have but few friendsWhat glorious country this would be to live in if turkeys were as easily raised as cats a man aH r ringKSH ash ionp M y in a u unless he pays the freight Once there was a cook who stayed in one place for more than six months She was in a hospital paralyzed The only reason we care be a millionaire is for the purpose of bill collectors to cut out ac quaintance No wouian will stand for the way her husband arranges the furni ture room Most normal men spend twentyfour hours in jail than one hour at a pink tea The ProWea To find reading that satisfies ones craving for the bright and attractive and is at the same time perfectly suitable for impressionable young people is at times difficult The best magazines are admittedly pub lished for mature readers only The Youths Companion alone is for all the family While the editors keep in mind the eager desire of the young for tales of action enter prise and adventure these stories inThe Companion arc so well written as to mn and women in all stages of lifes journey And this is true not only of the fiction in The Companion but of the entire contents The articles by famous writers convey knowledge that is useful to the wisest and most as well as to the immature In short The Companion solves the reading problem fur the entire family It is entertaining and it is jEvey subscriber will find it of special advantage to send at once the 175 for Volume Not only does hcget the beautiful Venetatn Calender for 1910 lithographed in thirteen colors and gold but all the issues of The Companion for the re maining weeks of 1909 from the time the subscription is received THE YOUTHS COMPANION Companion Building BOSTON MASS New Subscriptions Received atthis Office A Bissell carpet sweeper will last longer than C4o corn brooms costing from 12 to 1 the sweep crs cost 3 to 375 See them at Roarks and have other advantages than the moneysaving features ex plained J In man loans lon dlstance reminds i Bi i dress arw i to In a wouldrather Fallily lea ilg worthwhile J 5 t t r f f h conserving bus ours cant inducing true fascinate experienced new a NevI a OLDS OUC AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES QITABANTEED SATISFACTORY OB MONEY REFUNDED GO YEARS EXPERIENCE THADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYHICHTS C Meeriain our opium UonaelrlcllrronnUcntUt HANDBOOK onlntcnU troo ulilc t Iatonta takvn through Jlitm A Co rccolra tutbo A hnnclsomely IllnM rated weekly I rccst cit n y Journal Terns 3 a a n four tnoiiiua L nowedenlen New Branch OnJco 25 V Bt C Disinfecting has been done by over the county and calls from near and far are answered promptly The charges are reason able This Is on every box of the geaniar Laxative 4e sods that eoW in I I I 4 to rubnl Cnmnll1ll1ra I sent n I t r 1lflll I notice eharae c a CU1 p t B D Roarkall I ff I turo cure a t f r i Anyone sending a ekctrh and dcscrtpllnn may l free whether en- Intentlnn aleuts ipeetU without i or wi liniite yrab1et ease tat FOR AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG DISEASES PREVENTS PNEUM SUMPTION Two years ago severe cold settled en my lungs and so completely prostrated me that I was unable to work and scarcely able to stand I was advised to tty Dr Kings Yew Discovery oil after using one bottle J went back to we rk as I ever was W J ATKINS Banner Springs Tom PRICE COc AND SIOO SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY DRN KINGS NEWDISCOVERY COUGHS AND COLDS e AfD tt a zen tI Druggiats e e t f well as t ra sea lev lAf You can use Roarks furniture cost if it is not satis factory in every way as it is sold under positive guarantee and no questions asked polishwithout Serves You Right Possessing the most modern uptodate equipment and having the tific talent we are able to produce the highest mark results and can fore to your own satisfaction Serve It Will be to our mutual benefit if you will allow us to You RightT- he volume and quality of our business are the result of each other The better the service we gives the larger business we get the larger the amount of business given us the better service we can give in return THE J L ROARK ESTATE Greenville Ky tJ trl flf f L The J I t jiIIdeparimentsI the best to tt sv f 4jI t A or I best You fJhtV S tere 1 t P P 1 f d- iAt frfrtfr 9 4 4RoerktEsta e carrying complete stccks position iSeve ci Rigiic scien them 4 41 A e q 41 Ire n nnnr o re rr n M M S POULTRY FENCEVery Close Mesh ConnltUd chwtwr n ttlnf Writ tar aUIof tbowlat full Un ct ociac for U D EVU rxMcx oo D xan m KUIM city KO flardwarc GROCERY CO Fresh wallpaper at Roarks at scrap prices almost All of this seasons patterns must go with the season and the cut prices will hustle the goods Greenville u I So Ohio N A lzEVOtvlx IEt111f IRullasfEalfi W111Te Oa PAIL S- DC HALB I tL KANSAS crf e4O l Ore Kings c PBICB GOo icaTrial Eottlo Free AT FACTORY PRSCE5 GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS No 270 TWOINONE We ship al vehicles Direct from wrC O to Consumer to examination rnU ys fire trialimportance to the Giobo harness Co to every one lioucU i Ii us a pi ased KocfTot to ninet in quality ci material uurkn n n d f vehicle will be u Ij Advorttwmcnt and us mwy orders iu return i you by ru nude a a less tIe Miildlcnuinii Prollf wilrecoiuuicnd our rnois to y r nc jr x OrGuaranlro ioa 5olnti l toourc as jt would be to n dealer II tfewJsnre na rcn resented your money Is returned to you You take no risk Wo manufacture honest Vehicles and harnessMVO our customers tl I onlem rite for our Free lluly harness Ouarjjue- CLOBE BUGGY HARNESS COMPANY OWENSBORO KENTUCKY F1tD k mid tacit h le utt1 ip lid sethat it I raelmcstty dot h as I1Ill11r and Itisof nu t u excc value ifs but you tonic s out Hldeq and Wool We Cuy r4lURS Tallow Beccwex Guuccft Rod Mar Apple Wild Ginger etc We M dealers tUtEihed la l856Ow LouuTiEe and ua do better for you aa aceaU or taerehsats Reference Bank ID Louuville Write for Wccllf pncelia ad lUppina Sabcl St Sons 228 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY Golden ScalY moa M I holfa century u say tag Give MS your job work I I i 1 t t i- k1 OF CURES EaSgd in rllealtfa My mother died cix years ago writes Miss Ruth AVard of Jerseyvillc left me to care for six children 1 had never been strong and this with the shock if her too much for me I health I was tired all the tine and did the headache alt the time and such pains A very dear friend ad ised roe to take Cardui as it had done her so much good so i sanimeiiced to use and now 1 art in good i 1 If it e 4 1 tL r t c Ii W not want 10 go anywhere nor for ccmpany I had ill dinSalle- p it- t i I Ta e CARDUI a WoHiaii Tonic arc jefanrd r prycietf anu womens strength is Quitkly rcs cff by V IUMS tmic You need it or not If you do it do nut delay but commence to use it at once Evtry day cf delay only lets you slide further down the Dont wait then but begin ttottake Cardui today for its use no matter ihow prolonged cannot harm you and will surely do you good Write to Wvisory Dept ChattanootfMaUqtae Co Chattonooca Teas lor Special Inziruc ota 64pMtf boot Home TrcjMRtfor Women sent free I n T t 1 yours ttjJ La l5 JJta1Wl men t x u cad r 3 ANY BED v But always a STEARNS FOSTER Mattress for comfort Few cf usown really comfortal le mattresses 1 Heavy mattresses the best of hair are a time Out expensive and costly remaking mi s be from time to to then in Condition Lowpriced hairmattresses are merely r a corn promise and the truth about co tents their uncleanliness and dangers wails make pleasant reading v ui of thousands have never slept on ah but a hair mattress have never en joyed the luxury of a Stearns y Wore have used some cheap un wL comfortable makeshift because they did gfc not know the best mattress of all was so inexpensive as to be their reach i- N could induce eU these people to Steams te Fester Mattrec for 60 nights if we could iaihico them to try it that lor and enjoy its luxurious restfulncu its sleepinducing con fort tliey would Never rjivo it up and never 3S any etkr Triad Sold By The J L ROARK Estate l I I de comfortablefor theyare nc j not I Ins if f- Foster tJlAndmany t 1 within 41 Ifwe P l Jr i d aw sleep area zr 0 a 4 Cures Cholera Infant Diarrhoea and the Bowel Troubles ef Children cf Any Jigs Akk Di ejtten I Regulates the BoweUStwi th ens the Child tf MAKES iDysentery I i u a Costs 25c at Draggists tr nail 25r to C J MOfFBT M D St IHIS ItMother Hesitate KO longer but save health and life ofyour child as thousands have dons by giving these powdeiT ETHINA Is easily given and counteracts and rc mc tho effects of tile summers H catupon tettiIngcftKr the Ifu eve I JfoJ r3 V T tt t i t iCB i r t- j N 11 independent Ncwapiiper fUUUHIIBD tll n DATS BT RECORD PRESS OmEN L noilKJsooitstary L KOAKIC EDITOR LoaaBlstonca No 72 Ortlon In now annex raivrof store gronnO floor 5S CfNTS m YEA IH ADYASCL TERiUl The of th paver ts fole m wtvaure when Vbp time n v expired to whtofo U paid tfce pnpor will be stopped Curds uf thank oMtnury if uot longer than ilues will K A aburKt of Av H e mip for srecoo Iftg lino So rnri iton of Uils rule lo anyone faro surapie copies wriU be mailed llb Inserted Aratecnrd wits DC hirutalied ui request Allure 4s and make nil re mlttanctsR payaMe to ULCOnu rimsUreenrllle THURSDAY JANUARY 6 1910 EJter d jxt the GreenYiHe Kypofitofllce an I aecond ln i i3att r I IT is time for some of those good resolutions to be at the breaking point xlVftiRK doubt tell the truth pciuHy if you are a polar ex TliBUfi iatio need tt conserve the Christmas trees They never bear a second crop LET us hope that January will not try to outdo December in the way of disagreeable weather IF Dr Coot receives a few more turndowns we will begin to doubt it such a man really exists Whats the use to argue how cold twice zero is Seems as if its enough when its once as cold as zero LIsT years resolutions might do to adopt over again if they were not buried beneath so much debris FLURRIES in railroad stocks inter est the average man but little so Jongas the cars stay on the track Vn might expect Zlaya to stand i i didnt have a good word for it who would tiGhnstmas season having its coast devastated by the worst storms in fifty years THERE is a scarcity in automo bites for the trade That may be the reason Santa Claus brought you slippers instead WOOD alcohol is again being sold a beverage in New York The Tammany politicians demand some thing to their taste CARS EC IE fell on the ice and sprained his left knee But the hand with which he writes checks is salt in good working order IN other words when the Danish scientists tool the home and tried them on the piano they did not care for the tune Now that flying is practical and the north pole has been discovered the only thing lett for the next year appears to be perpetual motion A JOUCK has decided that a man neednt tell how he wooed a woman In Mhcr wordy no man is obliged to be as foolish as he can twice in his life PJJO getting ready in its un 4 ruiag way to nominate two presidential candidates so that il may not lose of np matter what Happens Qr course women are eligible as census enumerators They can think 01 more question to ask than ever the governroen coful on a printed form Now the man who laid in his sup ply of coal last April when it was heap can read with great glee the fofy of the bee and the butterfly viio pursued different courses during the summer days How is Canada going to manage 16 itself from itself after a clear majority of Americans is over there farms and doing some plain ornamental voting when clec 1 EttAffEi pure sirups must be used in the jwwla It will no longer be necessary itp ce4 the syoung lady of choice various of dyestuffs under the impres sloe that giving her a time J Q TI E gr fit m I 011 I Jnlildeut I Tel pl1ons lit no ell lhed Uhf d Ad I r y re j I II f J 0 in if J 1 1 e r 1 J 1 P r administration If he JIU Jf DJA1DJ l- nI f i 1 f I as t l t 7 0 Cookrecords a I is k 1 i J 1 t J t t running I ions rollaround Qujt ins our kind pleasant t j T 1 It 1 Ii q 11 l s t r2S hies SRI r s sul sc and etc ten free per all e r a i pldier r a f r u his v c mea FOL f try j w s x a yet r Mj n l A save t t r I sand a 4 s r t 4 you are t x t 4- Irli 7F Notice is hereby given that I or one of my deputies will on MONDAY JANUARY 31 1910 between the hours of 10 oclock am and 2 oclock pm at the door of the Court House in Greenville Muhlenberg Kentucky expose to Public Sale for cash in hand the following described property or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay State aunty School and Road taxes due thereon and unpaid and the interest penalty tend costs thereon CENTRAL CITY DISTRICT NO 1 Abbott C A Anderson A amda Austin Pole Btdwell Alf Boyd T Brown Eta V Casebier W CJ Calvcrt J C Cundifl Bryant Davcnp rt V II Doss A J Doss J B Agt for P W Drake Samuel Dukes W L ISadts L R Eskiidge J M Fehx J C Fitzgerald G W Jr Garrett P P F Gish Virgo Gregory lied Gregory Gregory S II Hastings J L Hardwick W 13 Ham Catharine Harper John G Harris J W Hopkins J IS House W H Robert Humphrey Huckles John Jarvis Mrs S M Jennings G M Jennings A it Johnson J W Kennedy H T R Lewis C R Leonard Charlie McGuire Moorman J N Morns J C Noffsinger W A v Nicholls Toon ic Ragor Pallace J Reynolds AH Reed J fJ C Riley S W Rice G F herrod WH Simpson Bridgett Smith W 0 Smith J I Stewart W C Stewart Sumner F M Watt J Al Tate S C Thompson C E Thompson Mrs Rutha Uzzle Cecil Vincent U J Whitehouse NKAKKST R Jake Reed C City City C City M J Staples L J Cobb Johnson Jess Gregory 4 4j Gleaton i 1 4a v Moorman i I C City 2 1 Cleaton i I ij Staples c CitY 1 1 C City i 1 G City i I Cleaton Glcaloh i I ilC City V i house M Staples isa linemen i I Jim Wickliffe 1 4a Moorman 2 1 C City i 1 C Oily i i D Humphrey P 523- Clealon a 1 C City i 1 So Carrollton 1 1 C City 9 Us 1793 Bevier i 1 Will Rolland 5a C City xsa John D Casebier oa F S Millard 3sa Moorman Cleaton 3 Its ra R R j L Taylor ipa C City i 1 dlealon rl S 650 36 73 6 39 7 29 995 637 1227 1227 2153 807 1709 1278 7854 628 642 162 1227 1420 only 3 68 1081 Austin John Baker Arlarn Black John Browning George Carbin Ed Cunningham A D Drake Etuiline Foulks Mrs Lou Gishton C City C City Cleaton Cleaton C City C City Henry Hunt R Divine Bevicr C City Claude Nichols Ralph Uzzle Cleaton Cleaton COLORED LIST NO Cleaton Clarksville Moorman Cleaton Cleaton I So Carrollton Pete Myers So Carrollton So Carrollton il 2 Its 64a Gallon Mrs Betlie Agt for Lisssy Gallon So Carrollton Grace Rufe Ayt for Mose Yickliffe Est Kenley Henderson King George Long Alf Peoples James Quisenberry Jim Short Harry Shrewsberry Malilda Vion Charlie Wilson Alffgd Arnold C H H rmil3 I A Annis M A v Barnes Jack Belcher Tom N II H Birch W H Brown C N Casebicr Emma G Minnie E Dearmond B C Evans J F Ferguson B H Ford D L Free Thos heirs Goodall A B II 1 C Harper M JS V William So So Carrollton C City So Carrollton n a Clealon So Carrolllon Joe Heek F D Myers DISTRICT NO 2 bi Turner 91 i I 65a Drakcsbpro it D W J J Buchannan Lucian Cornett Casbier Diinmor Drakesboro Clealon Bill Helsley Mrs M F Penrod R H same J H Hughes Hardison 6a i 1 P il1 1 0 7W IlAt D SALE FOR TAXES a j Count Torar 11 c I I annie pa i09 in to a5 C City r I 1954 II 1164 301 834 City JO33 43 a 737 Garrett G 1084 G II 1 1 8 So 1147 City I 8op 5 96 i22 4 93 162 Hunle JET T 1032 985 oftft if 6 j tJI C iJ4Mrs S ton 835 1426 t I 1426 I I 4 57 I 835 1 t I 985 J B 2a 1227 3rt G88 Ul 934 I 2597 loa s3a d r I l1 1 501 6So t l 54 11 G 41 II 453 311 785 I i l 39i 11 3 00 1 I 6 41 I I 690 I 154Zt 1 935 1 I 655 11 II 1115 sa 301 l 539 I 1 598 fRAY LIST NO1 W Ale JIlher 974 1129 to 850 J 933 bkilesvjllp 72 I Pi 4H Hi I n X9a n ft 1j I Uba QJ II J Wn loon Childers T J Craig 1033 1t3 4 I70a It71 I8a 2or Robertson G2n 1157 k 1130 sa 299 1 I l 835 yea j 641 t f Na lit ACRES P fop flpid Cit I r1 8a 1032 Mss Greenwood G 41 C 122 521 2Got y 987 S3I 1C4 W Galaude I licholls 1 ghl9C 2115 Reno Mrs wG City 4il Ya 8i7 City I932 Ida 692 2ta rut C City 1 1I14j 691 iooo 755 Ia24 7 37 Its l6i6 Carrollton 589 i is tt Dennis 585 xl Bennett hoa y R dee 1ica 1V iro j G2 985 d- ow rd q man Hunt oa t s s a Johnson J W Jones Kelley M L Kimmell M G Knighl Will Mahan G W McPherson Robt Mefford F W Minton G B Moore C B Penrod Theo Perkins S H Sams J W Shcmwell A L Skipworth W P Smith John J Slc T p Sumner M A Tipton W J Tucker Mrs C H Vick Robert Whitson Arthur Claude Wood R M Gilbert G E Mason R H Moseley Ed Joe Heck John Mays Duntnor L Annis W M Mahan W D Cox G W Mefford Clem Phillips M F Penrod Paradise Drakesboro E C Lewis W J Stewart Dave Robinson J Mercer Moorman M Mason J N Poyner J Cobb COLORED LIST NO Drakesboro i 1 Soa P xs i 1 i I i 1 ioa Board Chester H L Patterson Brown Dave Pallerson Bryan E Q C Underwood Corley Mrs M C Jake Rowe Cobb T J Bud Stewart Day J E Tom Tyson Dempsey Mrs W F Jim Duvall Dukes R B i C Johnson Durall R L Sam Danner Q L Edwards L E Bob Mitchell Evitis G T Kerrell W M R Handy Ford Virgil E Greenville Garrett J A Jime Rjchie Grace L O Lewis Allen Grundy W E Will Pittman Johnson T J James Stino Johnson W H John Steel Littlepage Mrs L E Greenville Mitchell Ben Sam Morris James Lewis McLevaii J H J Board OLeary Mrs Emma Mrs Eddie Pence Ed Moorman Penrod Mrs RB Chas McDonald Silvey W M Cobb Doss Mrs Snodgrass Thomas JV Robert Mitchell Tudor J H Ben Board Tanner Win G Wra Morris Tyson TF John Day i 1 P Evans G W Harries Tom heirs Saulsberry Nuasohi Shankhn Mose Weir Sidney COLORED NO 3 Ed George Silas Bennett Ann Reno John Reynolds Elwood Kennedy STRAY NO 3 Humphrey D T M L Bivins T B Dukes W D Edwards J M Farmer J J Fulkerson T H Johnson V W Latham F J Lee R E Lile Mary Coma McWhirter R L Phillips Mrs W L Travis J W Vick W F A Y Walker I H Walker Floyd D Walker Finis Wells Mrs N R Williams Williams Wray J B Bard Emma Moore Celia Reno Ed Theodore Weir Jube Wing John B McPherson N R Mathis 651 W L Jarvis 5 a BOGGESS DISTRICT NO 4 J Corley 1592 V A Mitchell Elliott Carey Tom Wells sya Henry Dugger 953 Will Eades 45a Dock Wells ins Latham Alex Lee 65 Joe Lile R C Martin 2n Mrs R H AtcNVhirlcr ixi Greenville Sidtcr Greenville jtl Zili Alex McPherson la C C looa Monroe Boggess ioaN A 73Greenville ilN B Wells 2673 John Aznf John J J Wood Boa COLORED LIST NO 4 Greenville i I Greenville i 1 Greenville i I Jeff Roark 3 i2a John 25a Greenville i STRAY LIST NO 4 SUMMERS DISTRICT NO 5 P I2JU Antle Allen Beeves G W Bruce J A Duvall J W Fralev James Mrs I L Jnrvis E D Laffoon Peter Locker W J Melton Charley Roark Short Leslie Adam Wilkins Jess D H Vincent Geo Williams Jane Whitmer Chas Melton M C Harper B E Kobt Stovall H II EaJes Graham Wm Gossett ES Miller P 0 M Bremen COLORED LIST NO 4oa boa 2a P 253 Soa i28a Johnston H Stroud Harry Wilson Allen Charley Beadnell WS Blackburn J W Bratcher Mrs V A Carr N C Est Coffman I N Dennis A H Dukes J S Dukes Mrs M L Fields Mrs Larkin Fortney J J SUPERVISORS Sallle Jones S l n C City l I Son Nelson lUjn32U a J E Woodson 2a Greenville 835 C l r JO9 Io 32 x t it I4 i8 r roGi r7a 737 7a 307 541 493 32 r 458 1853 CI is t rIIqi245a 1773 737 1439 50i 494 1 1 493 17a r 773 H 835 49a 138 1212 II 1070 is 1484 DISTRICT La 881 Wm I a 835 i2l 835 boa 887 3a 648 4a 851 11 299 Doss F H Mrs L J Seiber r5O 1145 153 3161 II 1023 23 IGa 2Ja 1312 40a 835 I I 1342 la II45 7Ga crS5 1145 3a 835 II 47a 835 2a 755 r I IJ98 Clark3a 835 k7Ga 1340 II Ia 2168 Dibble 2oa 408 951 47a 299 2I2a 397 33 743 98a 1048 1Gzo 5 41 riottS11t1rJ Sam Vord IiII 1iA f i itf r 593 494Reno11 851 2a 463 32a 744 I 299 Janis o 789 73 Crabtree J W 25a 494 355 590 638 910 u27Goal 8 34 740 rca 5 4- Lod to8 133S 4030 Eand gQ- Stmder C W Whitne 147H 122 64206 J H Tooley F a 640 834 I 1o8 493 447 Revnolda 640WeirBarl ley I s r E Z Joe Travis 1327 39a g20 r a 834 i632 493 643Hunter1309 737 liira 737 1349 P t I 713 8il 2a 703 i I G28 5 rJ J1lliOY 10t t NO YQ 1 M gFs nvmc 1IeGRIVFIV13 LI rn n G W n g3 rJAV S It 1043 J 887 fiB 388 4738 48351 i887 146 5lg 641 1r65 a 11 11 i W LJ1t fIl FUwq7 I h Dt 1 2a 10 640 r P ltij P flII57 1I aft qon 23L 428 G oi 42a 2 N03 2a ioa G4o 1 111Ls 7a 2a r1Iwttea w I2a 640 5a 1120 2318 4f3 rC6 610 iV 831 x26 oct to era 11cyi S L1t R Y LIT 5- Moe 1 6749 iio4 a s 13t 191 1279 1161 r y G W Gates F Mefford Ennis Chas Pitt man J Nofflinger M boss J A SHAVER S M C fl 4r t 1IJI Ford D S r34zFrancis Llewellyn r l J 18G9 Mrs L 881 t- tGray EA Ed 70tHanner R COIt Tom C City Martin Andrew I McPherson J H IijorD 2 737Parker R TV l r lheirs r I 3U Raston E J 1 f 1Irn Richey J H J R t IQ40Ir Geo R I W F SOn Vincent Ellen 737 T M 1n 8lJ b Sr 54 b s9I3 1144 W 611 t1iao f Mughan Ii 1 Q r 1 1n 040 1t27- Warman Report of the Condition MuMentierg County Savings Bank Doing business at Cor and Main Cross Strs town of Greenville of Kentucky At the Close or easiness OB the 28th day of Dee 1909 RESOURCES Loans Dlscotiuts with oue or more endorsers UN urety f22lt30 100000Due 1 00000 Due from State DtiHtt Ukrn lOTWUl Due 872510 United Stiitcrinud National Dunk rotes 9innnSpecie 31- ClieekH iother cash OvenlraftH unsecured 282 Current n paid lien Estate Ilkjr House 3 t300 Furniture and Fixture lKVtCO LIABILITIES Capital Htc paid lu in cash Undivided Profit Deposits subject to cheek on IK not paid Time certificates of on which Interest Is paid Due National Dank Cashiers iihcckn onUtandlui CCW flS State of Kentucky County uf Muhlenbcr I TliOH E Sumner Cashier of the above named Hunk do solemnly swear that the myknowledgeTHOS E SUUNER Cashier Correct Attest J L ROOERS I J 8 MILLER V Directors 11 C LEWIS Subscribed and bworu to before me this 5th day of Jan 1009 Ken L4SOLET Notary 1uplic 3Iy cotntnliMion expires Feb 4 1912 or TUJ Main and from Trnst item 3 3SIIO 11 Total i9i1iO T000 00 I 11tJW r O Total i2i97176 set County Muhlenbcrg State of JLDr turf a 1740515 ado GI Ci The Registered POLANDCHINA BOAR NOXAL WONDER Ifo Z450Z sire Perfect Wonder dun QUEER 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 i r i 1 r BUY WE You t WOOL 11 HIDES FURS r Feathers Tallow Beeswax Ginseng Gtlfai Seal YcllowRool etc We ere Sealers and con du better for than or commission merchant Reference cnv Bank in Write for weekly price list and ping tags wool bans M SABEt SONS CSTACUtHCD IH 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY r rLou vJle hip jI esc 4 p ou eats i t rt r Generallnsur e I eeeo wYk BLMKWELL ROAkK k FIRE LIFE ACCIDENTI EMPLOYERS LIABILITY STEAM BOILER J BURGLARY BONDS We represent the HOME INSUR ANCE Co of N Y that writes all kinds of farm and city property Give us a call when you want insurance BLACKWELL ROARK Greenville Ky i if p r I J i 4 ANY BED But always a STEARNS FOSTER Mattress for comfort Few of us own really comfortable mattresses I the best grade of hair are for a time But expensive and costly remaking must from to to them in condition Lowpriced hairmattresses are merely a corn the truth about contents their uncleanliness and dangers would not make pleasant reading Tens of thousands have never slept on any thing ut mattress dn oed ttt luXrr Of S learris Bpser And n oiQ have wsed some cheap uji ppmipfja ie t because fuf mattress p all Was so inexpensive as to be within their reach If wo cquld iR HS A f p M pl to sleep on Stearns Footer for 9 Riflit il V mild MMC them to try it that long aj y lU InxBrions restfulness its aIecp iaduclRy com fort they vredd serer live it wpi B VW i ether kind Sold By The J L ROARK Estate t t ili f f Heavymattresses theyare Vl rit t thg aRc and 1 E air 1Ave never ak 0n0 I fit t all a is Matt r39 stay 4ti SOUTH BOUND NO fat Louisville Express It Si am 103 Cincinnati Express 154 pta 101 Louisville Limited 408nin 138 Contra City aeeuin T15 pm- dOUTU BOUND NO US Ptttluocih and Cnlru necom B IS a in l l Fulton Accommodation 1240pm 101 New Orleans SpotIn Nor 22 1WW W O GnAwronn Agt Best wishes for the New Year vjEw ff Can you write it correctly yet 1910 Highest prices will be paid hides by Coombs Mr James Louis Roark returned to Louisville Friday Mr Hugh Bohannon was home from Paducah during the holidays Give Wickliffe your meat orders New shop best service free delivery Mr Arthur Y Martin was here ftm Va cah during the holidays Carroll tc on visit to rela See the very latest thing incarpel sweepers at Roarks Miss Willie Qain of Qentral city was the guest of Mrs W D Black well last weak Rev and Mrs W S Wright of Paducah visited Mrs James last week Ribbons in stock for all type writers in use at THE RECORD office Mr Garland lrowse was here from Paducah a few days during Christmas Miss Lucile Kirkpatrick left Mon day for Lexington where she is at For firstclass livery service in including closed carriages call on Barbour Head Lucilc Green returned to school at Murphysboro Tcnn Monday Messrs Duncan Hamilton and Thomas Taylor returned to school at Elktbn Tuesday Hot cold baths day and night and Sunday until 1030 a m at Sam Ree Martins barber shop Mr J A Johnson and wife of Madisonville were here Sunday wi h Judge Jep Jonson Circuit convenes Monday tea three weeks term The docket is about that of the average Wallpaper prices at Roarks are lower than anywhere and the selec tions are very complete now Messrs yi klife P J Puryear Jr and MartinA nut returned to school at jacksqq Tenn A suite of rooms is being fittpij up in the front part of the opera hNouso to be used as an office by Dr L 1t Moore Quite a stock of the celebrated 1847 Rogers silverware is offered by Countzler at about half the regular prices All new and fresh and the greatest bargains m town i I Ito pm I oen to fort s t J I I 0 lw JiN of w tlveSl J R 11 j ttit Barkle k I T tending school J t Miss O it fj4 I Ii art 1 It 1i r f II rn J William t to rf r 1 l I J rJYf f A j H r fIt 7 Id t r if itoJ Rjf0 Jrk J 7 I I I a e r 4 StAs wA iS here 1- qe M s r lIu- Islrs ii r r r r a Court Toeshave q s J 3 r b The only Baking Powder made from Grapo Cream of Tartar ffALgPovvder akc I C R R LOCAL TIME CARD Absolutely Mr J W Lam is in the south on u business trip I Sheriff J A Shaver has an adver tiscment of land sales for taxes in this issue Best meats of all kinds at Wick liffe s new meat shop Telephone No 279 Miss Sallie Freeman of is here on a visit to her sister Mrs E A Taylor All trains have been running the schedule of late on account of the bad weather Typewriter ribbons paper carbon supplies and repairs ot all kinds at office The Greenvile Graded School work Monday after a ten days vacation for the holidays Miss Lena Arnold of Hopkins vine spent Christmas here with her parents Mr and Mrs S M Arnold WANTED Lady distributor and solicitor iu Greenville Dr W S Burkhart Cincinnati 0 Mr and Mrs W A Martin of LEadurah have beer UetejMi a visit ifo their daughter Mrs1vpc John son JffVx Tom Smith colored died at Powderly Saturday morning of dropsy Burial was at Powdcrly SundayRoark is specially prepared to do disinfecting and is subject to anywhere Messrs Lamont Pannell and Felix Martin left Monday for Lexington they will resume their work in State College Miss Anna Belle Kahn of Louis ville spent a few days with her grandmother Mrs Lucy Yost the holidays Take your hides to Coombs who pays the highest cash prices The regular Christmas offering the inmates of the poorhouse by the W C T U was sent out the holidays Miss Lela Dewitt assisted by the local talent ot the town will give The Dccstrik Skule at Island Saturday evening January 8th No matter what typewriter you use ribbons for it are in stock at this office Mr George Lovell has purchased the Osborn place on Mill street and Mr has bought the Rowe property near the church Mr Marry Thomas returned the first of the week visit few days to Dr Louis Armcndt at OwensboroOrien Roark buys sells rents repairs typewriters carries supplies of all and solicits trade in branch Mr Leslje ftale wjjl go jntp bujr in the Rogers this month fle will handle books notions Cigars tobacpo and opcratP a fine soda fountain Mr W W Nicholls formerly with the Greenville Milling Qo has moved with his family to their old home at Horse Gave Nicholls will have a position as foreman and manager of the planing mill at that place o t alls to during O born froma ofa any p sops K tit 1 Livermore behind resumed s r where during Presbyterian kinds e s g tmp 1 new County Officers The newly elected County officers were sworn in Monday and took up the duties of their various offices Following is the list J J Rice County Judge T O Jones County Attorney T L Roll Sheriff Rob ert Wikliffe Arthur Hardison and B F Franklin of Central City deputies H L Kirkpatrick County Clerk B F Green C B Chatham and A C K irl of li poy deputies G L Wiiitmcr As sessor L A Woodburn C L Lewis Coroner Henry Lovell Barney Roll W J Long Tom Langley and J T Chandler Magistrates C S Curd Circuit Clerk George Yoik Jailer and J E Shaver County Superintendent had no opposition in the recent election therefore rennin in their offices The Cold Weather December seemed determined to leave behind a record for ugly weather and that this was accomp fished no one seems to doubt Christmas day was gloomy and dis agreeable with snow and rain and this was followed by colder weather Wednesday morning the stood at zero and morning various reports gave the temperature from zero to three de grees below This was the coldest day of the year and the coldest weather experienced in the month of December for several years The sidewalks were covered with a coat tag of ice and most people walked in the street considering that the safe place The streets and roads were also covered with ice and only horses with shoes prepared for the ice could travel with safety The roads were already frozen before the snow and sleet came and since the warmer weather they are thawing up and bid fair to get in bad condi Stockholders1 Meeting Notice is hereby given that the stockholders of the First Bank of Greenville Ky will meet on the second Tuesday of January 1910 for the purpose seven directors to serve the year i gto JNO T REYNOLDS JR estMajm Nora Susie wife Mr Estill Mann was found dead in bed at her home at Rockport about 8 oclock Monday morning Dec 27 Mr Mann is night operator of the Cumberland Telephone exchange at that place and when he went the shocking discovery For months Mrs Mann had been in declining health suffering from tubercular troubles but had been somewhat better for several days The body was brought here to the home of Mr JJzckiel Reynolds funeral service was conducted at 10 oclock Wednesday morning in terment following in Evergreen cemetery Deceased was ah emplary Christian woman and her death has cast deepest sorrow throughout a wide circle of warm friends The husband and children have the sympathy of all Mr and Mrs John W Elchide have the sympathy 6ffriends in the loss baby born Tuesday Burial was at lUownsvilie yesterday afternoon A try a test then goodby to the rest Thus say users of furniture polish The young people gave a dance at the skating rink Friday evening A string band from Graham furnish ed the music and an injoyable was spent The City Council was In regular session Monday night Besides swearing in the new member of the body only routine business was attended to Mr R M Dexter the new member Rev W J Mahoney pastor of the Baptist church has moved his family here from Louisville and will have rooms atJ rs Bones rest lence until is Ganes watphes umbrellas fobs bracelets silverware ajid jewelry qf all Hinds engraved by Hoark t reas tenable rates t The oldtime concert by local talent which was given at the opera house Tuesday evening under the auspices of the Methodist Ladies Aid was a success There was an average crowd present and the pro gram was very much enjoyed Wickliffe- J T I thermometer Thursday- r Irs and- a e three oftheir Ito rk1 evening one i coinplete1 r 4 It Surveyor ion cling for off homemade tea v arsons e T Y t General Assembly Convenes The convening of the first Gener al Assembly in the new State Qapi tol Tuesday marked an epoch in the history of the old Commonwealth for with the formal occupation of the handsome chambers in the new Qapi tol by the legislative department the last of the three cordinatc branches of the State Government to become housed iu the structure the stately pile was practically de dictcd Kentuckians have waited for this event for forty years and now that the building is completed the trials that beset the project for ii new is forgotten in grati fication over the result achieved which shall stand asa lasting monu to the progress ofthe new Ken tucky Accidents of the Hunting Season The toll paid by hunters in Ken tucky during the open season of 1909 according to the newspaper records is twenty five accidents of which eleven resulted in death The number of accidents were at the at the close of the hunting season the first two weeks being productive There were five deaths in five days during the season Experienced hunters have called attention to the fact that only ordinary care in handling agun would have prevented all the and the fatalities Get wallpaper cheaper than ever known Roark has cut the price on every roll in the house and has paper in combinatron of wall border and ceiling to match at from 4 cents up K P A at Lexington The midwinter business session ot the Kentucky Press Association was hKl in Lixm ton December 28th and 9th On the evening of the 28th the members of the Association were guests at a banquet given in their honor by the State University at which Judge James H Mulligan presided as toastmistcr The of welcome was delivered by James K Patterson president of J entqcky State yniversity and he paid the newspaper men many comp liments Thomas Underwood pres ident of the Association that in ail probability the executive cum as Kc place for the next meeting Death of Robert II Boggess Robert H Boggess in his 86th year died at his home near Bancroft at i p m friday December 31st Qf disease incident to Funeral services were the home by Rev O Barbee pastor of the Cumberland Presby terian of this city Burial was in the nice burying ground at 230 p m Saturday Mr Boggess was a well known man and had been a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian church for 70 years He leaves a wife and five children Concrete Work I Contract- edI prepared to do pavement and other concrete work and shall be glad to make esliniatQB In pave ments limestona ic used in base surface throughout in every particu lar Give me an opportunity to bid on your contracts 317- R C MeCRACKEN The County Hoard oPSupervlsors compost of Martin J L Ham M F Moore J W Stewart j W johnstonE R Dukes and T N Divine is in session this week Many people stayed up Friday night to watch the passing of the old year and to welcome in the new Bells were rung at midnight as the old year 1909 passed into the and the new year 1910 came upon the stage There was a masquerade at the Tuesday evening of last week Prizes were offered for the best makeup Miss Lucilc Green as an Indian maid received the cut glass bowl and Mr as Count Robert of Paris paptured the military The weather was disagreeable tkcre wis a fair sied in attcndauce Mr ifyeed Hallttan seem hole tie recqrd fat scooting fai this season While out hunting last Thursday he soared up a and took a shot at the little animal Just at the moment he fired the rabbit ran into a bunch of quail and the shot scattering among them killed five of the birds as well as the rabbit If its books magazines etc get them front this o ce U pitol uteri I beginningand holiday I address v tNiIl t I oldage conductedat A complyingwith I cityspecifications Stroud skatingrink ouis 1 set q f1 Y t s S a largest accidents steed tt tvtilst jare church an S r yesterday Cob t lint crow t gang ra bbl 4 t We have a large stock of goods and same must go re gardless of price People who have traded here during the sale know that they have bought goods cheaper than in the history of Greenville In order to dispose of balance of stock now on hand we have made a reduction of 25 per cent less than the sale price Dont miss this opportunity as you will never have another one Dont forget that this is positively our last month here Note a few of our special offerings All American Prints per yd 42c Extra heavy brown domestic per yd 5 c 12c Flannelettes all colors 8c Broadcloth 125 values per yd 73c 1 Silks per yd 9e More than 10000 yds of fine laces and embroid eries that will go in this sale at less than half price Mens and Ladies fleecelined and ribbed Under wear 50c values at 38c L N T Thread AH Ingrain Carpets regular Mil price 74c per yd 17 New Royal Sewing Machines at half price SPECIAL NOTICE ALL CLOTHING and SHOES AT LESS THAN WHOLE i SALE COST 1 jrTLl i 1 1 IZwIr Jo c AJ c 1 l I l ever j iorOd r II a tICe G 12 1 E i Na 9 4- t SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT e For January JI S f wool puce Site h44 4444444444 EiunvJratorsVTcst Easy Any person of good judgment who has received an ordinary school education can readily and easily pass the test to be given applicants for Census enumerators places on Saturday Feb 5th the date finally by U S Census Director Durand according to an announcement from the Census Bureau today This will be a com forting assurance to the several hundred thousand who are believed be contemplating application for the places- It was emphatically stated at the bureau that the test will be an reasonable and practical one similar to that applied to applicants at the Twelfth Census It wilcpn sist of fiilhug out a samplc scUc ule of populat on fyonj i description in narrative fuym oif t pica families and n the enumerators whose work wilt be in the rural districts they will be called uu m ty om information AU persons vhQtcr women or men who may desire to become Census enumerators must be citizens of the United States residents of less than 18 npr more than 70 years of age must be physically to do the work must be trustworthy honest and of good habits must have at least an ordinary education and must be able to write plainly with reasonable rapidity whj can comply common set to eminently f tJf airll1ioRtt 1mlt of f film i QV the I not able- I land hUie fl r l case lilt stn aGhttllt1e 1Iie4ti4ttlFt fight ishcc1 Ocnsgs Bureau with tb5e requirements are invited to put in their applications as there will be at least 68000 enumerators places to be filled by the middle of March in prcpartion for the enumeration beginning April 15th Application forms with full in structions for fillingin and com pltti information concerning the the test and the method of can be secured by writing to the supervisors of census for the supervisors district in which the applicant lives All applications properly filled in must be filed with the supervisors not later than 25th as any received after that date cannont b Considered Mr YiiUam is organizing a eY coal company to be known as The Lyon Company will develop their holdings of coal land on the Kentucky Midland rail road The Stockholders in the new company are William Kudcs J W Lam and 0 W Roark Un account of the cold weather there has been a heavy demand for coal and the mines are being kept busy the only trouble being a short age of cars Ice in the Ohio has held up the coal and it will be some time before thev paR begin running The three year old daughter of Lewis Ofick of the Greens O neighborhood died at 7 a no Mun day December jth Qa Fridajr I January Coal fleets I 1 7 k l appointment rfades hey jlti rape w i r she fell sticking the point of a lead pencil in her eye and this caused the injury from which she died in the Greens Chapel bur ing ground Tuesday December Go to the show tomorrow night Mrs D H Kincheloe reader whistler vocalist and pianist will appear at the opera house on the evening of Friday Jan 14 acid her program will be one that will delight as she has made favorable impression all over the southland She is bright versatile and impress ive and her delineations of darkey characters are said to rank well with the best artists on the platform She should be greeted by a crowded house Skow at Opera Rinse FrMay Nigfcf O Just Struck Town a musical comedy will be at the opera house tomorrow night and the attraction is a strong one Bissells cyco carpet sweepers the very latest models from this great factory are for at Roarkte furniture store U you have never used a sweeper YOU caenot possibly appreciate the advantages Call for Burialwas J- 28th 1 tt tJ I sale s 5 r avery P a tlemogsttattuu Bear in mind that Roark has splendid selections off wallpaper stock ready for deliv cry and sample books of the finest papers made which can be on short notice after selection in procured i i f R Yr7 v RQARK Fvtrmture Wjslpper Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wra pper Slippers G sve Vaults Disirfectioi0ARK U 2 i j ti4 1ffJU r r 0 j 1 J t i If 7 A I J 4 S S 5 1 BUYING BREEDING POULTRY Good Blood in Poultry Yard Ic Not Mere Whim But a MoneyMaker J Brooding stock should ho accus tomed to their quartorS bctora tho brooding season opens Those ol our readers who have made up iluIr minds to of thor old cok thould i get them out of tho way and voplaco them with now ones without much delay Tho eld ones will never tate much better thRu right now A tough old bird can be made very palatablo if put Into a stew and cooked slowly long enough If the ohI ono3 are not out of the way brforo the new ones arrive the old ones will look upon Uio new ones as Intruders fights will result than can serve no good end If tho now arrivals find no opponents they will accommodate thenuclves to conditions very quickly and the flock wjll bo ready to get results by the time eggs are wanted for hatching There can bo no doubt about It no doubt that these who are reading progressive farm nadirs will want to Improve their JJncks If they ho not year they will not or the after This thing of having good blood Jshb mere idle whim It Is a monoy making proposition The sooner blood Is got Into the flock the sooner will more pride be taken in tho busi ness and moro profile takon Put of business It requires so much money toiioc up on both males and females tho larger classap of UTS stock that most but tills is tot tjie caao with poultry A good malo and a small e fonjales can bo got at a small outlay It there are no other males on the place tJi new male can be used with tho whole flock This will give a tow standard bred birds awl many others that are not standard bred If pue do to have some that aro puro standard breJ blood and to know which are pure blooded and which are not 4t will be necessary to have a pen for tho pure bloods Usually pens for iioultry on the farm should not he tolerated but an cxroption might property made In a case of this Jxlnd Vhcre possible tho iwnltry raiser jflrould begin tit the top every tln v that Is start with standard bred fowls in ovcfy c0so by using standard bred breeders of both poxes U this can not be afforded usually It pan then set standard bred males and make a practice of doing so each succeeding year Tftftjelmnge that sill bo wrought Tn the flock in twelve months will be enough to niako anyone proud The second year the offspring ivjli 1 H eo much like tber standard bred an cestors that It will begin to be hard to tell the ot mixed brecaing from those that are standard bred When a flock reaches this degree of excellence It begins to ho a very prac tical fovl for tho farmer whoso chief aim Is to get a reasonable number of eggs and nlco carcasses for selling and to have every lot of eggs birds marketed grade evenly and sequently mako that pleasant Impres aba on the eye that makes good sales It so happens that after a man starts with one breed of fowls lie concludes he ought to get new blood by crossing with some othor breed Such violent crosses arc un fortunate since a common result is that the offspring do not develop the good qualities of their Immediate an costors so much as they do their bad qualities The offspring looks much like mongrels Always get blood by using birds of the same The experience of practical breed era have co repeatedly shown that these prlncples aro correct that there is no use in listening to the freo ad vice given by some one who Is unable to tell whether a fowl is standard bred or not Wide experience and many observations are necessary to formulate rules for breeding and it is Eufcr to folio the advice of those who have attained great success than It is to follow the advice of some one who has really never accomplished much With the crops practically housed end only the remnants to be gathered here is now nothing to do but to fix up things generally and commence op erations for next years crop One good way to begin is to sow rye wherever pcrnlble for grazing In tho spring arid for soil Improvement Ve want to plan to male larger yields per acre next year than we made this year or last year either The surest way to do this is to do better farming Rye will bold much fertility that would be leached out of the soil by the winter rains and lost to us If there were no living plants to take up And when plowed under next spring rye will give to the land lit ccldU on to tho stored fertility humus which most of our lands stand muqh iu need of It is late of course to sow rye but this is one of the things about which it can be truth fully said Better late than never A dry floor well covered with Utter keeps the hens contented when bliz zards arc raging outside and it fills the egg basket when eggs are worth anywhere from 30 to 50 cents per dozen Change the feed lots often It irs proves the land greatly and improves the hog more A M Worden It is claimed that fine pork can bo made on alfalfa for one cent a poaafl A M AYordea w f I I tlh rose Ii anti n his goo 1 f tb for t foci they Mn not afford It numb 0 toi sir b 0 birds j fIII V I c It Jrt i0Y J R r a I year I S c farmers S r IIIp I andS pO try l I S S toeS breed- q bS4 e p Ifr 4 p i II 5q U sr- I 5 S S S t aI 55 I7P- 1t a 4 I tq A UNIQUE IDEA Calf Oiling Rubbing Pest to ICeeji WOQI Free cf Lies 9 he groat or herds of pure bred uxvhio tl rt I have visited urn wore or lew tmjWwl with lire Ttyi n iu Farm llonso It I wel kuown that any hind of stock that trouble wilh Ilv tvnuot thrive rioyi Ire especially hhalcod In tholr growth by lice and e usucy that Is Kst each year by thc orry and Irritation caure by lice mnko a larso margin of profit for thc feeder Vo have a dipping tank and know It to l o a gno Investment end that It IJIXB paid for iualf many Imc A Self KJiJe- Wu hove nnothor tonvcnlenco ID tho wny of a Jco filllor that works like n chnrm In fact U works itself nUll what might bo called n self noting live killerIt of a four foot post set two feet Into the ground and made wild with stone or cement A two Inch hole Is bored from the top anti center of tim post down ns far as the auger will reach anti If possible within flu Inches of the ground Tho aujpr hole Is kept filled vlti iI which will soon find FJ way to the surface and iimka a self pirubbippf post that the hogs will v on learn to ure and enjoy Tho hog will make dally e of the nibbing post nd iho coal r U roitnct with nearly every part if tliolr liodi 8 wlierp 5 Inurp Hqila harbor use oil that finds Its way from the lies to the betiding reaches nil parts of the hotly of the hog and will soon drive the lice from the entire herd Tho Urpttdpr hat will experiment with lice killing post soon place one In each lot whcro ho keeps hogs Market Sizes of Sheep A f cat doal luis been said about tho did tff Jj pl host suited for our best markets nt from a porilKal of market reports we would often be led to eon rludc that a lamb weighing sevonty tic to ninety pounds was the in CrCJjtest demand but I think a great of mismidoFstuudlntf IH lu to Ig iiornnco of the tharactcristlcH of broods and proper methods of ffcilluj says P D Ward oC Xuw York It the sheep tire suitable breeds pome of the thick flesh varletlfla of mutton shcop and have been kept growing steadily from the time they are born until they go ta market the size will make no dif ference In the price per pound as JMHIJ df illD Jilghcst priced sheep In our hot markets tire ahqon cjgxtreme weight Heavy Mane and Tsi A heavy inane anti tall may add to JJje ttrsjctlve appcarauco of a carriage ov hanieas Ijorsp Imf pxpcit horsomeu teamed years ago that such ninnlt do not make the most successful race winners In his hlnta on the selection o brood mares S D Bruce Hald In his work entitled Time Thoroughbred horse as follows Many jooi do not like mares with too coarse and luxuriant growth of In the inAne AHtl pspof lally wltl too full and burhv tails pt tho rent Foal J y such Mai lions or out of such marcM uHually Inck quality nud are deficient In energy A rat tailed horse is not a beauty to tho yO hut It Is seldom that you fluid n bad horse with n rot tail Horse Breeder THE HORSEMAN Improvement In blood and breeding brlugs hotter prices just ns Increased brings better crops Keep the horses legs clean Do not let the mud dry on Give the horse his heaviest feed at light He has more time to digest It then Give tim colts room to esoroso They cannot develop good niusclca without it When a horse shows suffering or fa Hguo stop him whether you have your work or not Colts should bo castrated when they become troublesome It n colt 3 light mnde forward leaving him a stallion will cause his neck nnd crest to do velop The horse Is one of tho cleanest and most self respecting animals on the farm Remember this when caring for him See to it each time the team Is liar nessed for work that no parts of tho harness chafe the horses mal that the bits are not drawn up In the mouth No horse can do Justice when something hurts It the mare In to foal early grass time give her a boilel oats nud a liberal supply of bran with a lit tie flaxRced occasionally It she Is jettlng plenty of grass nothing of this kind will be needed breeding with time Idea of gslihijt horses for some special purpose use a sire that has inherited time lc lrct1 characteristics through a long hue of ancestorsA teethed of weaning the coll Is gradually to stop It from sucking the darn Tills should begin when tho colt Is about five months old nnd should continue for n period of n month By the end of that time nei titer the colt nor the dam will suffer or fretWhen n pair of horses become nccus tomed to working together do not keep changing around aud breaking up the team It Is hard on the horses and hard ou the driver If your horse begins to has his tongue out of his mouth when driving Immure the teeth examined The trouble 15 usually caused by short teeth to It or It may become n habit anti Is most objectionable Harsh bits will also cause this habit I Inn InrI I I rUN I 0 J A tlns I Iii I stJ I bring Jnt no will size Ut1S hair I 1 o 0 fertility to lJ fore fw tIn I I I ont will led finished l tight Attend 5 it 9 A DEEP A1YSTFRY SOLVED Vccn Blinded by Science Doctor his proscription In Titttln uiul tli rftUinl r to what o s She that much on alth If It should euro LT fho- doosnt know wiiai car l lir if tho prescription In rsnt know time lysiclnn is jprrjcrln tions all th t cino Is SUCK but often not TU cnlcd is i nut iiy to tiio t jelrn of wldo exportation uiUni i uutSon dooa in mystlf t time public nor docs ho n time star but that Nature provides thitt wh nccos our h When tho womanly sysuat is deranged hoyond tho It good c forr nc s and rent v tj L Ur o ot health I seriously disturbed til uvwtor believes lies i ut your hand tho balance of owcr fur In onr forest arc many plants which cornvt and euro tu no ailments which cause women to suffer with backache pain In the back or front of the head and lassitude Most all women who love Nature who like to wander through th i wood have at cno timo or picked tho beautiful blossom of the This mt only ft bountiful nit u useful plutit root of this l l when tr u a with lyeoio to oxtrmt lupejIiMun lo In ri i r 3 or Ir ti Irof John 51 Soud cr D An other authority Irof F EIII cod of this plant nlix raJtpcial liiiluonco nervous coulitkinjwn Ipcniintf upon of tho f raalo c Trans not plant which Is fper i In our fi UohmfivJ or Unborn r ot Tin AiEur that it IH iv J Iwu eucebktl vondlt i the svjtom with r dull pain in the renal or lum osu small of tho back region Jim i of tho womanly organs it is ouo tmost ajrcnts acting m u timo it imparts tono and vigor to tho organs It ia In ca drain Irregularities and painful periods Irof rays A removed ly It In irritability and that ofwn theso n rrrlv f th11 ailment jmi fnbritlorietf J tacit round adapted to tlioo casrs in which pelvic timid tho luhirg 1v crsnns as if they VU Li I out of the tnto of of tho actIve PrinciPles of th so two niivo plant r Golden Goal rot anti EIuo roolssvhfnrvM ohd by tho iu a of pure triplorolinod giyc whicl Is alcohol vl almost invariably thOse peculiar nladicwomen That Is Dr Pbrco nearly years ago decided to up ft ready to neo form ft i t1 l jist what is contain b it Lo is not a euroall jus it serves only a of nurp vn being for vompus peculiar weaknesses and lits trup salo tljroiti for tho euro of such maludlos all tho Ingredients of which have time pur medical tionors and writers as the vrr liost known mra llcs f r the vhlqh rrescrption U u it will tw ln VTMtliui I Jull satisfaction L a booklet i j cxtran compiled by Dr Pirrco fivr r andard thoscvrral school j cf practice and which will ivui te any n romjat for to Dr V K Y It stands alone Dr Pierces Favor a Proscription Is tho medicluo anti iong all tho ingredients of which know exactly what tloy arc ushi A further reason unprecedented popularity of the Pr for tho special use of vomo Is to tho it contains a drop of ncohol Ho dOg hove an alcoholic compound is bene ficial for these afT to women bccatrtt the artcrcfToct of ous winos or ntaohnllc medicines tel for wwik invalid nonona women What Favorite TioscrSptJon lias fcr oUiors It will no doubt no ron Ycr It similarly nllllctwl and you glvo It a Sued iclr faithful trlaL Rural Telephones Mr Farmer Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the ben efits received Call or address nearest office or write direct to head quarters Nashville Tennessee for information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If you are nut at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Missisppi Louisiana and the southern poriiutj or Indiana and Illinois CUMBKRLANU Tll ILL Co Incorporated 7 too 11 ItlllmellUn I nip prescription I not his sarv rr n f1 i u r I cr Ir u a Ilt1htllt I li ImtI TOtj AIlS or call w i pus t rt whllC iLl the Gl1m6 d p Il f CStCl Tl Jp pro JIr chief tlIIUto t lun ao s that a com t CIth r Lfn th l uru oalti c1 h put so useful n his 1rHnJm rit ht 1nt l t n to d u I OIorolnt tI I fr- I Lc Ire reas t It only fat mpom C PJlr fa phil tIia mlI w o play romer1 IUonIt no nnt Tim I amid good nervousness ntl fet ctr this Ii tmm eases nd ttbmiurntI eoudiIons tie 1 fcc consultIng pysItIitul II N 1 mc cud aboui rinUypromared called Dr tthI3 hn1Lth Ia It harm MSCTIUCIAVta1 MRCIIAMC V It a nutfarlne fur nrmborir Sam any frtc if you nam- ethiiniicr tl 00 a year P iin it oil Pub Co In rlectrldlY the f ienean4iiote lOW tunls iiuI4e lIalrllllII I 11un St Demon Mats I r atciiiiig ptaS Iiafncrnpny ln qticttiott an iwprfl Sample f American PhatajrapUy C Utiton St U A alIa A iv t IUd mlln li Pir II U ttttrytsoIy Iueirriltvutlicsutiftp1urc Irmel flCtS e- II PHOTO RECORD SQC per year I j 7 vJtt hUE Furniture Moldings Wall Paper We carry on our floors and in our ware rooms the largest variety of Furniture in Kuhlenbcrg If we do not have what you want we will get it for you We have factory with makers of the finest goods in the country and through Our Special Order Department can supply any exclu sive aiticlcs at less prices than city stores or mail order houses Our Picture and Room Moldingstocks are always complete Wallpaper is now a staple article of mer chandise being used all the year round And we always have full selections prices 5 cents and up per roll Kgtari9 = Engrailing- tS Our Engraving Machine is the only one in this part of Kentucky and vr are exclusively prepared to supply inJeoidus1 Name Pates which we furnish on all outfits without extra cost Undertaking Embalming Coins in White Enamel and Stained Varnish finish Caskets in White Enamel Natural Woods White Colored and Black Cloth Covered allMetallic and Copper lined airtight Casfcetu all lengths and regular eUa and flQUblo extra widths Steel Qravg Vaults of nfl alxes constant ly iu for immediate delivery Burial Robes Wrappers Suits Dresses Slippers etc in large variety Our two licenced Embalmcri respond at ones tQ ealla for such services Our general equipment is complete and of highest grade We have a Funeral Car in service sub ject to call anywhere Private LongDistance Day Store No 73 Night Home No jpjj Residence ISO yards from store Prompt service any hour day or night TUS J I MARK rSTATf i ORItti L MARK Manater illl1Urltfli stnr Nrlui connections an took Telephones I Two A Little Good Paint in Time Saves paroling everydays delay cotl you sun win one fort are psttiM in their work Lumber cwU too CQ1 lou lo gw than to GO with out it We iuc nclhio hit good punt on out work CARTERStrictly Pure WHITE LEAD Pure Linseed Oil Pure Turpentine and most expensive colon The kind of paint u e never craw 01 scales wear will remove it Let u figure with you when ready to paint We a fir clau and durable job juices reasonable Dost put it J H HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 More than nine out ten cases of rheumatism are simply rheumatism of the muscles due to cold or damp or chronic rheumatism In no internal treat ment is required The free application of Chamberlains Liniment is all that is needed and it Is to givequick relief Give it a trial and see for yourself how quickly it relieves the pain and soreness Price 250 large size SOC NEW YORK CLIPPER18 THE REATEBT THEATRICAL i SHOW PAPER IN THE WORLD 400 Per Year Single Copy 10 Ctt ISSUED WEEKLt SAMPLE COPY FREE FRANK QUEEN PUS CO LWi- ILTJEUTJ BORIE PUBLISHERS rour f lIsnttd snow muh to I it want ofa lMc t- It int the we rr rtnltC off I I Rhoilinatisni ofevery r suchcases I I certain YtIC lot ootl tr i- SmS i Monon Route BETWEEN Louisville and Chicago nEST LINE TO the Northwest Two trains daily French Lick aid West Baden Springs UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DEAUIJOKN STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E H BACON D P A N W Cor 1th and Market Sts LOUISVILLE KY THE RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED MIllion Route Announces New Schedule of Fares One Way and Round 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 arc offered exceptionally good ser vice by the Monon which on night trains from Louisville operates Com partment and Drawingroom Pull nuns as well as the usual straight sleeper The day trains have and pUling cars and the very finest modern new coaches In qujries cheerfully answered by E H Bacon D P A Louisville Have You Been Stuck Californiand Tast Parlor Kr on a Wallpaper deal THcj man who buys without looking around is liable to be held up sharply as above It is no good to grieve over wasted this fellow is doing being done Come in to spe us first or time jefOr yo buy We may not you bit well show you w Jlpapcr valacs and enable you to save runey vher ever you may purciasi THE L ROfiRK E3TAVE iaaiipai ttalicsG- REENVnE KY to tako CardtiJ for you fsmifc trouble beca ve are sure i vlli 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