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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ill I It II JI r 1 1 I j Q 6 I t I Iloo I l J i a ia Y 1 a f ff I I WHi XiXOOKU i wi Record Costs Nothing it pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates l iIl ixnr t 1 i L ver far iii a t 1 t I lttotb w J Hi Sabcs Bong C29 C Market St LOU iV UE KY Very It is a very ccrioun matter to ask for one end Race the wrong one given you For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine THEDFORDS Liver Medicme The reputation of this c3 relia ble medicine constipation digestion and liver trouble io firm other medicines It is better then others or it would pat ba the liver with n larger cole than all others combined SOLD HI TOWN P2 Serious I m didco BLA 6i ly not imitate Older A t lay It dots favorite t Dr Plerasa Pleasant Pallets faduco mild aslant Lowe tanvemeat once a day Steel Web Picket Fence Cheaper Than Wood KINGOF THROAT AND EDIES LUNGREM I Honored by Women 1 WEAK WOMEN STRONG V HAKES SICK WOMEN WELL 0 H fagrt1 apjtffj gigftg J rx Ttor oon tikRc when v rote Woiaos DisrnNSARY MBDII u A iVu Dr R V Pierce President Buffalo N Y i Iris Ii placed she chi tot o MALES ervd t r a Be Registered POLANDCHINA ROAR NOXAL WONDER No 74307 sire WonderPt fet dui QUEER QUALITY a fine indivMua from a perfect strain of prize winners is now in service at 100 casb in hand only The patronage of the public is solicited J E COOMBS AT FACTORY PRICES GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS I I no 270 TYVO1NONC We ship s11 vehicles Direct from our Factory C O D to Consumer f ultject to on fi re It ii of tie greatest importance lle Globe Co lo every one hoiktlrt s ill UK a pit nrrd and No c ffot t in sIr n to inal e cacltdbipnicntkUihcTceiici t value in qucli or o d tfvehicle that it will ben Laslii Advcrtsonicnt and orders in i turn If vejicfeyou by selling you nn honestly baggy at n Profit ou vilrecommend otr Roods to neigMwr Our Guarantee isnlsoluUIv as portl stomct as it would dealer If resented your money JH returned to you You take no We mnnufartiirp honest Ychiclcfl and Harness MVC our customers Iii onlora nrortirffr Write for our Tree Uuy cm Harness CafaofcUo GLOBE BUGGY HARNESS COMPANY CVENSBOKO KENTUCKY Ilve entl sc 1 ur to n not na jIWIII k JIa ices in ua n ode to our be taoL are Myhletiherg Cotsntsr1 is rich in coil iron timber pytierli daletc and the most inviting field in Ken tucky for investment ofcapital and pluck kf xssagxs v fYLI 1 IifJ j l r 4Oo a ji4 1 LJI a t v VOL XI NO 49 GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY JANUARY 13 1910 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Ii 50c SOME OLD DATES In Muhlenbergs Past BY OTTO A ROTHERT in three chapters CHAPTER I 1 1 During the past four years I have contritubuted to the Greenville RUCQRD a number of chapters in which I attempted to write on of the traditions I collected in southern Muhlenberg I have al ways tried to fake advantage of every opportunity to gather local history front among the older peo pie who the reputation of being C well versed in old times I realize that the day is not far oft when these men and women shall have passed away and with them much of our countrys early history The generations who arc succeeding them are as a rule not yet suflici ently interested in the unrecorded past to make any noticablc attempts to help perpetuate jt verbally or otherwise J have heretofore never turned to the Court House records in search of any information for the simple reason that I feel confident those records will always be at the dispo sal of any future historian But information stored in the mem ory of our oldest citizens will soon bebeyond our reach So while the venerables of old school are sill with us let us gather what we can while we may To assure myself that some of the dates so frequently used in tradition- as a basis of establishing other eyents are practicaily correct I re acejftly spent an afternoon compar few of the dates handed down jiby tradition with those preserved the clerks books I selected six dates lpt documentary and tradi f i tionary comparison Tradition says r The first court in Muhlenberg SmhthHu xjjjfljnjnt resilience of Dennis about two miles south east of Greenville on the RusseUville i road near where the Elkton road turnsofr Wm I Gragstons resi xdence now stands on the site of the old Dennis was down in 1902 2 Greenville was started in 1798 3 The first court house was built in 1799 4 The second court house was 5 r fhe stone jail was completed in 1865 yfOS The one story brick building eirecfed south of the old house used as a county clerks office in 1866 All of these dates agree except the one pertaining to the beginning of Greenville I infer that Green vile was begun in 1799 instead of as tradition says 1798 Muhlen berg county as is well known established in 1798 The records quoted indicate that up to June 25 1799 when the present site of was selected for a Seat of the town nor any trace of it had yet into existence Tradition says Samuel Russells house was the first one in Greenville It stood in Main St opposite the court house until 1867 when it was torn down Its location indicates that if built until the site J fgr house had been select ed There is also tradition to that c tect It is therefore probable that tiie work on the first house was V v gun in the summer of 1799 an that it was ready for occupancy on or before Dec 24 1799 on which date the first court was held in Greenville at the house of Samuel Russell Caney Station lay a mile and a half northwest It had been estab lished some mi793 others in 17 5 When the place for the court house selected June 1799 practically all the people of Caney Station prepration to locate in the town site A few later Caney Station y ntirely abandoned In the the buildings began to and finally all traces of house disappeared They only thing left to mark this historic spot is an old graveyard bestrewn dozen or pyre fallen tombstones some shaded by a few cedars and hidden by briars or myrtle I I some p have for I i 1 I then t Oot I i 1 I f J f1 I I i buildingwhich built D I L was bui1t I was Greenville sprung was not c mad Jl trs tri Jown noV with walnuts 4 fJ l JZ r f e r R s i u l y r the hdif t c i 4 trait torn 33t court and Justice I t he ours say had bcn new year unit Caney Others 1 a Col Wm Campbell was one of the estabishers of Caney Station He died in Lexington in 1800 where he had gone for medical treatment Among those asiociated with him in building this station were John C and Samuel Russell who wre two of the brothers of Tahitha A Russell Campbell the wife of Col Win These three Russells were of Gen Wm Russell but the only ones of hi large family to settle in Muhlenberg Among Gen Wm Russells other children was Col Wm Russell rater whom Russellviile i named Campbells death his widow and five children lo live here Their only son died at the age of Elizabeth married Elder Barton W Stone the evangelist the other three d lughtera became the of some of Muh lenbergs prominent men Tabitha married Judge Alney McLean Anna married Charles Fox Wing and Mary married EphnamM Brank Among the of Charles Fox Jane Wing who married Edward Rumsey and Lucy Wing who after the death of her first husband Johnathan Short married Dr W H Yost This venerable old lady still lives in Greenville The children of John C and Samuel Russell were also identified with the upbuilding of Greenville and Muhlenberg county but they were not represented here as long nor as numerously as the decendents of Col Wm Campbell Ed M Russell formerly of Greenville but now of Paris Tenn is a son of Russell and a grandson of Samuel Russell xThc name of John C V rSoS raovecHnco what is now the Pleasant Hill neighborhood still perpetuated in the traditions of the Russell Old in the forties become the Russell Race Track and Muster Grounds and which today is divided into a number of uptodate farms each being referred to as a part of Old Russell Survey- I realize I have digressd How ever in doing I have shown the kinship that existed betweensome of the people whose tames are so interwove with our early history I am not suffie ntly give similar datas on the gene ology of the other men whose names appear so prominently in the court records now under discussion I shall now quote in full the court record of the proceedings of the first county court held in Muhlen berg May 28th 1799 house of John Dennis in the county of Muhlenberg Tuesday the s8th day of May 1799 Agreeable to an Act of Assembly entitled an Act for Fon ling a New County out of the Counties of Logan and Christian a commission of the peace from his Excellency James Garrard Esquire was produced directed to James John Dennis William Bell Isaac Davis John Russell Robert Cisna Rich and John Adams and McPherson appointing them justic es of the peace in aud or the county aforesaid which being read there upon John Dennis the oath to support the Con stitution of the United States the path of fidelity to this Common wealth and also the oath of justice of the peace to James Craig Isaac Davis and William Bell whereupon Jas Craig administered the several oaths to John Dennis quire 1 thereupon a court was held for sii county Present James r AT Esquire produced a commission from his Excellency the Governor appointing him Sheriff in and for said county which bqing read he the said John thereupon took the ath support the consti tution of the UnUcd Sianes the oath After Captm r Wingwere RobertS Russell Vh i FIeldwhich tithe Sop prepared- to u Atthe on I Morton Jesse Eniire thesaid E Q Isaac Davis r John b to It children continued wives children extensively yet Crag ad ministered sAnd t Dennis 11il 13e11 l radley t 1 7 t- Fyp 4 i of fidelity to this Commonwealth and also the oath of office of Sheriff and together with Isaac Davn and William Worthington entered into and acknowledged their bond in the penalty of Three Thousaud Dollars the law directs The court appointed Charles lox Wing their clerk pro tempore who thereupon took the outh to support the Constitution of the United States the oath of fidelity to this Commonwealth and also the oath of office and together with Henry Rhoads Sen anti William has securities entered into bond in the penalty and conditioned as the law directs Alney McLean Esquire produces a commission from his Governer appointing him in and for the county of Muhlenberg whereupon he took the oath to support the Constitution of the United States the oath of to this Commonwealth and also the oath of office and together with Robert Ewingand Ephriam McLean Ser his securities entered into and acknowledged their bond in the penalty of six hundred pounds con ditioned as the law directs On the recommendation of Alney McLean Esquire surveyor of the county William Bradford George Teirnell and James Weir Esquire were admitted as his deputies who thereupon took the oath to support the Constitution of the United States and the oath of fidelity to this and also the otth ol office as deputy surveyors Peter Lyons stockmark two smooth crops and a nick under each ear On his motion ordered to be recordedHenry Davis stockmark a hole in each ear On his motion to be recorded The court appointed John constable for the county of Muhlenberg who thereupon togk the oath tiri of tk United StafeVtfiBoirtT of fidelity to this Commonwc irh and also the oath of constable and together with Richard Tyley his into and their bond in the penalty and conditions as the law directs On the motion of Richard Tyler leave is granted him to keep a tavern at his house in Lewisburg where upon with Lewis Kinchaloe his security executed bond in the penal ty and conditions as the law directs Odered that the next court be held at John Dennis Ordered that the court be until court in course The minutes ot these proceedings were signed by James Craig TO HE CONTlSOEll I I his securiilcI conditionedas Excellency- the fidelity Commonwealth I Anderson t suppor the Con ttJ securityentered adjourned Campbell Surveyor ordered t acknowledged A Little Good in Time Saves When every days delay costs money The win rain snow Frost ore getting in work Lumber too much to let it decay for want of a little paint It cotts lest touse pood then to rjo with out it We use nothing but point en eta work GARTERStrictly Pure LEAD Pure Linseed Oil Pure Turpentine and expensive colors The kind of WQ use never crailu 01 SCAb of remove it Let u figure with you when ready to pint We a Cr tcas and durable prices reasonable Dont put it off Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 This la o every box of the gcnoku Laxative Tablet rtmtir that M to oao flat o PaL t your buildings need carts good jolt J H HAYES z Ifrnnn t Zt WHITE figment t ntee ne b err t 1 DR J W BABIOW DENTIST Crown anti Urltlge Woik done nl ieivBouuble prices OOloe up Btulra In tlioJ u n mHuirk- Or t nlllc Kr J SLA10K- I ywlclnn und titirjccono- nicc Maincross street Mnlnatrect Ib HOWARD WADC II GRAY HOWARD GRAY LAWYERSOffice la Crtrn BailfiaJ cppisitelaMcaJe Motel DR LOUELLA HELTSLEY OSTEOPATH Office at Home East Maincross Street Tolcpliono No 78 Z O KING Notary Public Auctioner CENTRAL CITY Sales Made Any County Terms Reasonalile Box 93 Phone Z8 DRaT near CAM add licensed j t I ICY t Ill REVOLVING want n rnie MlMBtecs Ca- DE KALB ILU KANSAS CITY rO I FR ijlR DJnAuLE ffr INS hcn a vronian spcnks of silent secret suffering site trusts you Millions have be stowed this mark on Dr R V Pierce of llcfialo N Y Every where there are women who bear to the wonder working of Dr Favorite Prescription which saves the sttffering sex front pain and successfully grappled with womans weak nesses and stubborn ills her of confidence witness V curing powcr Pierce s The lowest pried good catalog of lawn field hog fencing DE KALB FENCE CO DeKalb IU Kansas City Mo n CO garden dr AND IP1Vit GROCERY Wo Bw Hidea end rlb FU g Woe FcsUicrfTcIlow BCMWCS ScaIYc awRoo Inar AppJo V JJ Giocer etc Wi ere dealer eiulEtha in 1356 Over LiH o ctntury in LcuiivSIc ard caa do bcllorjor you tSnn StrtU cr corcaiisaoa inaekmS Rcfeienee any Bank in Lco rilb Vrito for VfttUy i ti prig I Cure CnL hen rut aalaI ipaa bait YOUR 1JE1 Buy of HIfL5ADFURS Seal etc We ithealers better for or commiJon any Dank in Write for list and ship rocs bags rI SABEL IN tasa 9 E starlet St ULiSYiLLE KY w A rcathcrsTallow BeesaxGinswg Gaaien are sad can des titan agents merchant Louisvite I v rix pine 1Vcfaraahwool SO- etASUtHan DR NEW FOR COUGHS AND CURES THROAT u DISEASES SAVED HER SONS UFE My son Rex was token down A year ago with lung trouule We doctored some months without improvement Then I began giving Dr Kings New Discovery and I soon noticed a change for the 1 fctter I kept this treatment up for a weeks and now my eon is perfectly well and works every day MRS SAMP RIPPEE Ava LTo 50c AND SiOO SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY All Druggists u I 0 00J KINGS DISCOVERY i COLDS ALL G J f v r feW j 7 j iLrt r S y ty IsgfrfBo Have You Tried It There is a bottle of waiting fpr pii fttheHave you tried it frA a rr jiynot we do so before your troubles have obtainedsuch a hold on you that nothing will driKe i now it maybe nearly too late But try it any how If anything Can you Cardui will II ho in of cases where other medicines had been tried in vain Why should it not do the same for you n 7 jt I Of Irdt1I f drug store t 1 themE s i 7 t outo w r Take lIt f CARD1B Tie Womans Tonic oi rnedicine and got a l bottle Whcr taken four doses she became all right I often recomnjeji Crrdui to my friends x Your druggist sells Cardui with full instructions fcrcon the Write tf Ladles Advisory Dept Chatlanooca Medicine Co Chattaoora Taps for Special and 64page book Home Treatment for Women stot tt jr It is the wonderful webprocess vhicli it is made and the workman ship in every detail the result of cars experience makes the STEARNS FOSTER best of It is moistureproof verminproof germproofthe most sanitary mattress known protection to have a Stearns Foster Sold an 60 Nights Free Trial The J L ROA8K Estate 1J I 0 daughter Would have it 11 today had for thatt flue med dn rdni1f tJ writes Mrs Laura Lawrence of my dau l f JiiQl 11 fnr wI I JII c tj II It D F iii f M JTIJ SS 1 Ef 1rt r t 7 almattresses r t t t i My fQctttva been itnoteen Drennon Springs K NothnnI heprd M 1 rttt tit tr r R lrsfadiocs a- y a I s TARU ffab- E duzt proof 1 J it 47 fit Officers W Wickliffe President C E Ivfartin Vice Prep dent John T Reynolds Jrf Cashier Edf S Wood Assistant Cashier i v i i Directors W A Wlckliffe E J Puryear jRJ N4artbi j T Reynolds Jr Ed S Wood GE Martin Gepj Martin JJ t T I lL t r i t j t1 Ytut IY r A j J q t i f i H 1 I erGreenville i r tL W THE RECORD An Independent Newspaper fOBLlllUD THUBSDAYH BY RECORD PRESS OWIM RICE OBIXM L ROAKK Secretary ORIRX L ROAKK EDITOR LongDlsfanc Tflfphtae N Office In now annex rear of store ground floor 50 SHIS PER YEAR IH ADVANCE TBRMM The subscription price of the patierU p y blein ailvnnce when the time has to which It In paid the paper will be topped Cards of thank notices etc than ten will ue free A per line wilt be made for succeed tug variation of thU role to anyon Free sample copies will mailed Advertisements will be Inn rlrd A rate card will be furnished on request Address allcommuHleatloim and make all re mlttannea payable to RECOUU PRESS Oreenvllle Ky THURSDAY JANUARY 13 1911 Entered at the Greenville Ky postoffice as 6coB icl s matter ROBERT E copyright on the north pole is good STILL this is the kind of winter we are all supposed to like MR ROOSEVELT is bagging a weird lot of playmates for the Teddy bear IN reforming football there is no lack of places at nhich to make the start WALUA WALL WASH has vqted man who saw double when he named that city PAUSE a moment to drop the sympathetic tear The last of the Mohicans is dead again WHILE the winter may be old fashioned enough it is far from being out of KANSAS astronomers have now located Halleys comet It may as well come in and surrender an arbrtration treaty Now all they need is something to arbitrate No wonder Columbia university is willing to spend 2000000 for agricultural when foodstuffs iarcSO hih VERY likely a lot of Europeans will regard Dr Cook as a typical American which is the worst ot the business SOcAR importers are not disgorge ing hundreds of thousands into the national treasury merely because they love their country CONGRESSNAN MANN purposes put a few crimps in the paper trust He thinks it will look better all trimmed up that way WEST POINT must have a jar that easily could be recorded on the seismograph every time Gen Leon ard Wood gets a promotion FARMS in the United States estimated to be worth 30000000 000 These are figures that might make even a copper trust envious MAYDE President Sheldon of the burned up funds right and left so that the institute would have some ashes from which to rise CHILDREN of Chinese diplomats in Washington were married accord iag to the ceremonies of their own Maybe they thought that the wedding would stick better than if they used of the American brands of matrimony they may have noticed JOHN D ROCKEFELLER Jr sped s al foreman of the grand jury which investigating the white slave traffic in the environs of Greater New York will not be hampered for the lack of money to prosecute offenders The son of the richest man in the world announced that he will head this investiatioa with heart and soul and when he learned that the special grand jury would be hamper ed by the lack of funds he said he would furnish any amount of money to secure success for the work The money will be spent in the city and a committee the Ct necessary evidence to do the pros ecutintr Mr Rockefeller has ready made ordinates to take charge of his affairs and he will devote practic ally Ins whole time to probing white Gc slave affairs If you want job printiag the best JI 9 bad at tai office r t y t i Prerldent Z e It o Unr7longer lines of Sc be q 0a t PEAR I fortI j t i to 17 I t I i j I j 1 country o A I the A wins cure arratllments for his sub abe t i i 1 tit t t iF 1 l J4 l l4 t I 7 d t r- z S w r e r- L ex 1 charge lines o l e dater siSscb ors4- V r w whop 5 t t area k comac 4 a 13 sotr 1 a y 4 a t r a t i F tl a 4 re S v P too nod P all j LAND hereby that I or one of my deputies iii on MONDAY JANUARY 31 1910 between the hoi rs c K oclockam and 2 oclock at the door of the Court house in Greenville Muhlenberg County Kentucky cxpyre D Public much thereof as may be necessary to pay State School and Road taxes due and unpaid and the interest and costs thereon CENTRAL CITY DISTRICT NO 1 NKAXKST R ACKOS Abbott C A Anderson Amanda Austin Pole Bidwell Alt Boyd Nonuse T Brown Kaa F W G Calvert Mrs J C Cundift Bryant Davenport W H Doss A J Doss J B Agt for P W Green Dukes W L Eads L R Eskridge J M Fchx J C Fitzgerald G W Jr Garrett P F Garrett G F Gish Virgo Gregory G H GregQry SH Hastings L WE Ham Catharine tf U w Hopkins J E House W H Hunley Robert Humphrey Huckles John Mrs S M Jennings G M Jennings A E J W Kennedy H Kincheloe T R Lewis C R Charlie Moorman J N Morris J C Noffsinger W A Nicholls John Ragor John Jake Reed C City C City C City C City M J Staples L J Cobb jolinson C City Cleaton C City Moorman C City Cleaton M J Staples C City C City Cleaton CCity C City M Staples Bremen Jim Wickliffe Moiorman C City C City D Humphrey Cleaton C City So Carrollton C City Brvier Will Rolland C City Cascbier F S Millard Moorman Cleaton J Taylor Cleaton Claude Nicholls TOTAL 5 6 50 36 73 02 a I 0 32- 32a 709 P5511 t 1954 1 1 1 4 1227 1 5 2 1 2601 11 33 737 i 1 1084 V 987 i I S o 1 47 1 1 ir4i house 307 5 9 ll 14 4 93 2 162 i I f237 rl 1237 P 52a 2153 1 807- i 1 1709 1 l I28 9 Its i79a 7854 i l 628 6a 642 a l 162 7 1 35 1420 3 Its i a K R only 3 68 9 ioSi I 1032 I V 985 ES I ftv 7T re Reynolds Reed J J C Riley S W Rice G F Sherrod W H Simpson Bridgett Smith Smith J I Stewart W C Stewart JB Sumner F M Tate S C Thompson C E Thompson Mrs Rutha Uzzle Cecil Vincent U J Whitchouse Ed Mrs Slaton Gishton G City C City Gleaton C City Henry Hunt R Divine Bevier Claude Nichols Ralph Uzzle Cleaton Cleaton P 2 Its Austin John Baker Adam Black John Browning George Garbin Ed Cunningham A D Drake Emiline Foulks Mrs Lou COLORED LIST NO 1 Cleaton i 1 Clarksville Moorman 2 Its Cleafbn i 1 Cleaton i 1 So i 1 Pete So Carrollton t So Carrollton i 1 Gallon Mrs Bettie Agl for Lissey Gallon So Carrollton Grace Rule Agl for Mose Wickliffe lest Kenley Henderson King George Long Alt Peoples James Quisenberry Jim Short larry Malilda Wilson Charlie Wilson Alfred v Arnold C W H A Barnes Jack Bennett H H Birch W H Casebier Emma G Dearmond B C Evans J F Ferguson B H Ford D L heirs B M C Harper Mrs M E Sp Carrollton So Carrollton So Carrollton K it Cleaton So Carrollton TRAY LIST NO Z Alex Miller joe Heck F Di Myers DISTRICT NO 2 John Turner Skilcsvillc Lucianebrnelt J Craig Dunmor Drakesboro Cleaton Bill Helsiey Mrs M F Penrod R H Robertson same J II Hushes Moorman Geo Hardison 91 i L Sa Boa 6a i L P i I i 1 1426 457 S35 P34 691 597 F 1000 755 102 7 70 fiSo 54 64 397 3oo 6 41 690 542 589 45 539 5 8 JLa Lc iMi R- o974l 1129 850 ac93 UOO Str 1033 1963 624 7 2 Z 5 J 3 I T SALE FOR TAXES 1909 INotice is Sale for cash hand the follo described Jr ar 10 NAME P too t I I I Gv9 s31 7 29 I 1 993 t t l3iCase ier 7a I T G4 301Drake8 34 I asa Cleton J lIar wlck t a a G I 2 Horns J 1 JETJarvis Johnson IiI John D VT 1 I I I Yj- enoirs C City Yi f 8 A H C I z i J na 8351 Ia 426 t l I 1 0 Cleat n t 1 I I I i I l 985 City sa t 27 11 art 688 Tate J M la I C I too aa 7 I 504 453 3 7 6 16 I I t l i I C City l t t 1 935 11 655 I I cIIIsa 3oI lIe I I 11 PiJn is A In 58a 933 1 721u I I 3ssD son Jd rs T I7oa Bei1 Ths ISa 20 U g8a I 8a2g91 8 3a William soa 64Q f j 1 f 1 i Jn1 fr o lty 21 6 7 I McG pcrt pent I 1 II per John C r Leonard uire CitY iraa rsr4 a ace ha y r City 34aa 4oa ti t G City 1V C r City t 64a Carrollton AIY ors t i 4 a DcaaisiliH oars i Rhoades W Free Gz WD I Hunt L gg 9 1 S5 48 ug r 157 I0 1 LI W w Wi I Johnson JW I Jones C 1 Kelley M I Kimmcll M G Knight Will Mahan G W McPhcrson Robt MintonG li Moore 15 Perkinss B Sams J W A L Skipnrorth W P Smith John J M A Tiptoh W J Tucker Mrs C H Vick Robert Vhitsbii Arthur Claude Gilbert G E R H 12d Board Chester Brown Win Bryan E 0 Corley Mrs M C Cobb T J Day J E Dempsey Mrs W F l oss 1 H Dukes R B Durall R L R L idwards L E Lents tFerrell Wl Ford Virgil E Garrett JA Grace L Q GruudyWvIB T J James W H MitchellBen Sam Clark Morris James Lewis McLevain J H B Board OLeary Mrs Emma Mrs Eddie Pence Ed Moorman Penrod Mrs RB ChaS McDonald Silver V M Cobb Doss Mrs Snodgrass Thomas RobcrtMitchell Tudor li Board Tanner Win G Win Mprjis Tyson T F John Day York Mt Sam Ford Joe Heck John Mays Dunmor L Annis W M Mahan W D Cox C W Mefford Clem Phillips M F Penrod Paradise Drakcsboro E C Lewis W J Stewart Dave Robinson J Mercer Moorman M Mason J N Poyner J Cobb COLORED LIST NO Drakesboro DISTRICT NO 3 H L Patterson Dave Patterson C Underwood Jake Rowe Bud Stewart Tom Tyson Jim Duvall Mrs L J Sciber C Johnson Sam Danncr 1908 Bob Mitchell R Bandy Greenville Jime Richic Lewis Allen Will Pittman Stino Johnson John Steel Greenville Drbble i 1 P i 1 P scat P53V i 1 P Evans G V H arrle Tom heirs Myers Lydia Reno MTS Nellie Saulsberry Nuasom Shankhn Wefr Sidney JL Humphrey P T Urvis L Phillips Mrs W L E and Sister Strader C W Travis J W Qffrd Emma Moore Celhi Reno Reynolds Theodore Wing John B Bard Piiillous Allen CharleS Bratcher Mrs Y A Carr N Cs Est Dennis A Dukes J Dukes Mrs Fields Mrs Fortnev J J Ed i4Silas Bennett 5 C Jeffers 47a Greenville i l Ann Reno j l John Reynolds sa Elwood Kennedy 32at f STRAY NO 3 N R Matins 6 WL Jarvis S5 BOGGESS DISTRICT NO 4 J Corley V A Mitchell Elliott Carey 35 Tom Wells 37 Henry Duggcr Will Eadcs 4 Dock Yells 6 Jas Lathani Alex Lee Joe Lile R C Martin sa Mrs R H McWhirter 723 3 Greenville i l Zill Alex McPherson i Boggess i oa 72a Greenville i a a 423 i John lies 301 COLORED LIST NO 4 Greenville Greenville i I Greenville Jeff Roark Greenville STRAY LIST NO 4 r Joe Travis zoos SUMMERS DISTRICT NO 5 D H Vincent mn Geo Williams i2nJane Whitmcr leaChas Melton Son 2a Jess Hopkins J T Harper B E Soa loOa H R nsa Graham P i I Wm Gossett 17a ES Miller a 0 M 23 Bremen i I COLORED LIST NO 5 lOa STRAY LIST NO 5 Greenville rl DESCRIPTIVE LIST V Cleaton V 50a 263a SUPERVISORS LIST Satire Jones 2 ixa C 1 Bill loa for UT 1 wt7 835 J 1029I 1032 i t 1478 I 737 ja 307 a 5t 403 50a 1032PcnrQr 115a 640 458 IS53 I I 1157 I1 1114 45a lir3T 1 40t i37 2 t 48 1439 50a 494 I I 493 X t a 835 o1 1t At f t 2 u I Mos r 1 too u 881 835 835 Iooa 887 3l 648 eta Sfza 2gg 640 1145 31G If 4 1 i312iN t 1011 h 13p 1145 7 5 II 45 835Johnson I l 1182 47i 2a s3Littlepage Mrs L L I l 3a 835 7a 7340 gIn 2168 408 951 z99 12a V 3a Len a 1 t2aP tr j n l r 640 593 494 397 851Mos 463 744 I 159a 13J W 205 a 494Dukes W j 590Edwards J 38 J J 910T H 1227Johnson VV S 34lnthu1t Pd con 740Lee R E t tosctiM toma 108SlM tean L 1335 4030 P 2518 493I 11 t 2 DNA 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R Gco R Tinsley W F Ellen Warman T M C City 5 W Oates FMefforU Ennfs Chas Pittman J Noffsinger M Doss J A SHAVER S M C ADrwr 5 A L r t 5 i tr11 t J n i 1r IJi f I IicJJ 8A7 1144 701 cps hqt t I HI11 17Jfc21 737 1 J I I f I I 3Mnn on 1 I r 412a 334berry r I 411 80a 1 S7 40 r r d li reT w 1 t S r W4srjN tI41 ai r1l la33q REPORT OF TIm CONDITION OF THE FARMERS BANK UoItfR biiHlness at the town of Dunmor County of Muhlenbers State of Kentucky the close of bustnctm on the clay of December IWO RESOURCES LOIIUH and DlxcouiitH with one or more nilornera its inRulCall Liwiirt on Collatcr l 18JOoOTime Loans on Collateral 4 IMOO Due from Kntloual Bank 4JK3MDue front State Qkn A Bkn United States and National oJWw Bank Notes 4IKLOO j other cash Items i 113503CurrentReal 3 11997533 jtnbject to check on which IntercHt Is not paid 15060 07 Saving on which In tervttt Is paid igA nn Notes and rcClscounted cl Total T 7538 State of Kentiukr Conner or Muhlenberjr s I II B cashier or the oboes namedbank do solemnly swear tluit the above meat to of ny knowledge andWile II B U Cashier J SDKPOYSTER W IL HUNT DESPER I r Directors SubscrlUd sworn to tefore me this nthiajo Jnuuarr 1910 O J UUUKEC Notary Public My sapless Ian 31 191 Furniture and rixtures LIABILITIES nt KI Total tk pnlddn In lISOrA00 Undivided Front Lute beet L D nod com iUl811lon i Check Sib refs8 ltetate UkF house 3Ne000 caHh 32539 lie Is tnt We Ask You to take Caxdut for your tonaltroubles because vt art sure it vlX help you Remember flbt thta great female r remedy SINE flf has brought relief to thouMixk of sick women ao not to you For backache periodical peen femcle weak ness many haw old tt Is the best medicine to takeM Try it I Sold in This City headache n Bear in mind that Roark has splendid selections of wallpaper in stock ready for deliv cry and sample books of the finest papers made which can be procured on short notice after selection It J BLMKWELL ROARK t r S I SS e SSSSS SSeSSII IS a r t General Insurance FIRS LIFE ACCIDENT EiyiPLOYERS STEAM BOILER 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 or cr l j LIABILITY J The J L Roark Estate furniture dealers sad viierUken has added to its equip meat in the undertaking department a Francis Engraving Machine as illustrated This machine is one of the very few in the State sad lets to show the progressive spirit of the management IB providing equipment generally considered only la the larger cities With this machine the ira will now be able to supply adividually engraved casket name plates instead of the stamped stock patterns usually employed And white the city undertakers make a charge of 5 for suck plates the people of this county will receive theta absolutely without extra cost regardless of the character of outfit purchased The machine has bees ia the show window of the firm for some days and its beauty and Ute perfect it does have been admired by hundreds of people Articles of every character can be engraved in much better manner than usually done by head This machine adds to the most complete sadertaking establishment Is this territory The firm has the only practicing licensed emtalmer in the county a iral car largest stocks of coffins caskets robes wrappers slippers etc complete equipment sanitary work and disinfection To provide the best in every branch is the con study of the an gemcnt and the generous appreciation shown by the public has caused nUll deeper and greater determination OB the part of the concent to give improving service and on the most favorable bash With rifts im view other features will be lidded from time to time as they appear The Francis Is fitted all attachments for engraving articles of any character aid mtch ntcal perfection of the machine appeals to The public k give a special t call at aay trios and Uwmichiws lJiruttti fUglUhiug udliu t necessary work tint with all c y c iL fi r7i I fan constantly 1os see r BAKING POWDER Absofutaly PuN Makes the finest most deli cious biscuit cake and pastry conveys tofood the mosthealthful of fruit properties rROYAL Ji 801uieJyP NO liT Louisville Express I lSSai 103 Cincinnati Express 1V4 Louisville ISO Central City nccom 715 pro BOOTH BODKD NO 135 Fadutfiih uud Cairo nccotu 515 utn 121 Fulton AcouuimixlntioB 1240pr Orleans Special 340 Nor 22 1009 WGCnAwroRD Agt harmers have been hibernating the past week Mr Sherman Vick ot Owensboro was here Tuesday calling the trade Highest prices will be paid for hides by Coombs Quail has disappeared from the menu but rabbits are even more plentiful jl attendance light last of the cold and the snow blockade thing carpet sweepcrs at Roatks i lfc whc has been yearning ror olQfashibncdWiniei weather is i ready tostop jl D Langley has been appointed chief of police at Central City with W E Miller as assistant Did you get jewelry as Christmas and new year remembrances Have it engraved at Roarks The past several days have been fine for rabbit hunting and hundreds- of the little animals have been taken Court attendance has been slim it being impossible to get anything like a full attendance of witnesses Give Pittman Bros your meat orders New shop best service Muhlenberg coal lands are moving in large sections lately and at this rate will soon be in hands of a few corporations The new year is young but sever al important matters are already un der consideration all for the im provement and betterment of the city For firstclass livery service in including closed carriages call on Harbour Head Poultry raisers are planning to organize a county association This should certainly be done as this can be made one of the most im portant industries in the county J Augusta J Evans famous book jSt Elmo seen in play formpm Thursday 27 at the house The popularity of the H pok will make it the event of the TT and baths day and and Sunday until 1030 a m at Sam Ree Martins barber shop f Outside work of all kinds in town faid country is practically at a standstill but with the disappear i ce of the snow and the coming of warm weather many operations will resumed i i Green river has been frozen over and skatipg has been m order in many places This is first time 15 many years that this has frozen over thick Pjr skating BOUfD 154 pm 408 am lot New i t Q a1 I u 1 I I on account fi H f f In 4 w ti t plea J k 1 T even j j I i 1 J J andsurroundings II 0 Tl r t o t J tf cold I tig a 1 i i1t 1 I 4 I 4 r lr 1 kf r J 1 j p i 1 i t ti 1 xoara pm- t 4 s ion v School was rreek I Seethe er latest G tits w i r the r t 5at r ff I k will be Jan 9 4 opera1 4 son t Hot lit 7 1 be S the stream ties enough writ y n a Y- c r o IC TIME i R R LOCAL ARD a Hear Mrs Kinchcloc at the opera house tomorrow evening go some time as the year of the big Mrs Jake Gardiner of arrived the first of the week and will remain here some time with her parents Mr and Mrs J S Miller r Beltoncats of jltrnan uewiaeat Telephone No 279 MuhlenUerg iattracting attention of foreign investors of large sums of This is a good sign and should be a pointer to local capital ists This is a short term of court It should be the long term as farmers are not busy now and better service could be secured than by having the long term m April when farmers everybody else are busy Be at the opera house tomorrow night as you will miss a fine if you stay away subject for the morning serv rice hexf Sunday the Methodist church wii 1J ssibiiiucjs Textl gK tl thing come out of Nazareth The subject for the evening will be Fishers of Men The court house clock was put out ot commission by the bad weather last week Not that the snow got so deep that it reached the top of the tower though early Thursday morning there were many places that made one think it was that deep Take your hides to Coombs who pays the highest cash prices Mr and Mrs Deb Scott of lull side have the deepest sympathy of their many friends in the loss of their only child Carlos two years old who died from pneumonia Sun day night and whose interment was in the Nebo church burial ground Monday afternoon Engineers of the Kentucky railroad have decided to make a deep cut where the tunnel was months ago The nature of the soil not permit the construction of a tunnel Steam shovels will be put to work on the job and the cut can be made much faster than the tunnel Call Pittman Bros new meat shop Best of everything in this line Telephone No 279 R Mallory of Elkton who is here in court for the first time as commonwealths has been receiving the congratula tions of his wide circle of friends He attended school here several years and made a fine record as a student at the same time drawing around him many admirers who re joice at his steady rise in his chosen profession The heavy snow has brought hundreds of rabbits to town this week but the price has remained steady ranging from 6 to 10 cents One brought in 50 Monday evening and declared that he had neither gun or dog to help him but had walked around in thickets and brush heaps and knocked the over as they tried to run in deep snow Get a set of pneumatic rubber tops for your typewriter keys Greatest aid to operation of machine Roark has them and you are asked to call for a look I decadeIn snow Indianapolis I ri entertainment The he service It Midland startedsome Hon J attorney bunnies 1 i j tj r r or L r all lids ac pros slip money and tit i tiCan any wilt man th as 1 r Circuit Court The winter term of the Muhlen berg circuit court one of the three week terms convened Monday after noon Judge W Sandidge on the bench Hon J R Mallory com monwealths attorney assisted by T O Jones county attorney The first session lasted only about an hour the juries being empanelled and given instructions by the court the grand jlry at once retiring to its quarters and beginning the discharge of its duties The work Tuesday was light as most of the common wealth docket for that Jar dbn tinned with a few dismissals of cases that had been burdening the docket for quite a while Yesterday affairs were gotten in full swing and from now on business will be pushed Following are the juries GRAM JURY John Hite foreman S T J Oates W J Jenkins J R Murphy J T Hale D H Vincent A S Gish J E Gossett T J Burney G R Cobb John F Shutt PETIT JURY Claude Baker H Bard Joe D Heck O T Dodd Walter Dan ner A Y Finley Floyd Millard M D L Bennett Elmer Carver J W Camfield A M Underwood L A Vincent G M Fohl B C Mayhugh J M Campbell T C Mercer Gus Craig W H Sullivan W W Wray P F Hancock Lige Dcvine A M Jenkins B C Drake P A Shaver Get TilE RECOKD one and the daily Courier Journal three months both for 150 first Nattoial Bank Affairs One of the business changes of the new year is the resignation of Mr Ed as assistant cash ier and director of the First Bank Mr Woods resignation was accepted at a meeting of the board of directors of that institution Tuesday at which meeting Mr Wv G Duncan was elected to the caused on the board of by Mr Woods resignation Mr Woods resignation came as a result of ill health He will not in other business for the and in the event his health so that he can do so he will again resume his old duties at bank Mr Wood has been with the bank several years and during that time has made a host of friends who will regret to miss him from his place tem porarily Mr Duncan the new director adds materially to the bank as he is one of the men in front of all progressive movements in the county This bank the old est in the county is one of the lead ingin this part of the state and grows daily Get tickets at Countzlers for the entertainment to be given by Mrs Kinchcloc at the opera house to evening Tke Night Just Struck Town the which was given at the opera house Friday evening did The play itself was rather weak but some clever specialties were and these were the best parts of the performance Mr Ruby Day as Handout King a tramp was fairly good while the parts of Hen ry Tappan and Eli Jones the grocer were not handled well Mr Jos Coll as Ike Benson the marshal did some clever work and Adele Glass the child actress was good On account of the cold and the condition of the streets the at tendance was light Messrs T J H Pittman under the firm name of Pittman Bros have secured the Wickliffe Bros Meat Market and will be glad to have the patronage of the public Judge Rice has appointed Mr W H Gray public administrator and guardian and the appointee has executed bond and qualified for the position The appointment is an excellent one as Mr Gray is well qualified for the duties of his office and will be acceptable to the public in every respect Hts duties will be faithfully performed Many farmers over the county who are interested in the protection of birds have been making efforts to feed these great aids to agriculture The past week has been hard on bird life and doubt less hundreds of birds have and starved to death since the show tell and the weather continued so bitter cold andsnow pUy havoc with birds andksmilLjmipalsi fiPv P as 1 Junes I a t STood even morrow Sww Friday tt show fairlywell introduced the vl11ian Rand special- C heavy- y I f 11 z i 1V National vacancy directors engage present improves the connected x frozen Zeros i TEJytM FOSTER v magnified many times by the Special Web Process of making the felt layers We will explain this to you more fully when you call t Sixty Nights Free Trial VJ- k 1050 1350 1600 and 250 The J L ROARK Estate Vflv Ie L f h I d 11I k d i f ji i lf I j7 j i J r r L f iht 1 a it I L tr i Sl- w II MATTRESS isisI r i s 4a a q I tJ i v W i4r 1 a The The heaviest snowfall in this tion of the country for many years and perhaps the heaviest ever known fell here Wednesday night and Thursday Snow began falling Wednesday afternoon and Thursday morning the ground was covered to a depth of over a foot The streets and sidewalks were almost and only people who were compelled to go to their business ventured out Business men began early to remove the snow from in front of their places and as soon as this was done men were sent up on the houses to clear the snow in order to remove the weight from the roofs and to prevent Iqaks The battle lasted all day as snow was fllmjf i f time ruaae the work JUTC dih dull In the afternoon a snow plow was sent over the sidewalks in some sections of the Roots work The average depth of the snowfall was about fourteen inches On March 30 1887 there was a sn ow fall of ten and one half inches in this section and the Veather bureau at has no showing a greater depth than that until the one of last week All trains were tied up by the blizzard and were thrown hours behind the schedules Cold weather followed the snowfall thermometer the zero mark a favorite See offer on another page of THE RECORD for one year and the daily CourierJournal for three months both papers for 150 Epworth League Program for Sunday Evening Jan Subject How to Hear Gods Voice Leader Miss Annie Jones Opening Hymn Responsive Reading The Lords Prayer in concert Song Scripture Lesson By Leader Prayer How to Hear Gods E Lewis Solpr Mrs Claud Baker Bible Illustrations Quartette What are the Characteristics of the Listening Heart Margaret Taylor Is Prayer One sided with me or do I Receive Assurances from God Lelia DeWitt Laura Pittman and Mary Taylor C A Williams Announcements Violin Solo Clair De Vitt BencdictiQn Adella Dulin aged 25 years of Selectman Dulin colored died at her home in the west side at n 30 oclock last Saturday morning from creeping paralysis and accomp anying complications after being a sufferer for more than a year Funeral services were held at the A M E Zion church at z oclock conducted by Rev Irvin the pastor assisted by Rev Harris pastor of the colored Baptist church Interment was m Fairmount cemetery Deceased was well liked by all members of her Big SlOW t off I townanddid records andthe hasbecn making I It VoiceRev- F DuetMisses ReadingMrs Sundayafternoon i F sec impassable throw bth most life ail tis Louisville wife race ie reason why y u will find the most hmiricus bed in the d J 71 c 7 O t1 tft f tji 0 T a r tIt xv i Has Troubles 01 ills Own Mr Paul Pannell cur first and only Munlenberg county rural route has his troubles in common with all other people The heavy snowfall last Wednesday night clearly demonstrated that it would be useless to attempt to make a trip on Thursday his route of two dozen miles so he waited until Saturday when he hoped the road would be broken and that he could make the trip in a long days work An early start was made but by 4 15 oclock p m he had by hart work on his part and harder on his double team made only half the distance so he sought shelter and arrived in town about noon on he and the team being worn out completely MwUenberg roads are too good and when Covered with 15 inches of snow they are very wearying Regular trips have been made since as from travel and melt ing the snow has been packed down considerably but he has a job just now that tests his mettle which though of the best taxes his energies and determination to the utmost Ribbons in stock for all type writers in use at TilE RECORD office New Railroad Opened The new Madison ville Hartford Eastern railroad which runs through the northern part of the county and connects with the Irving ton branch line of the Louisville Henderson St Louis Mitchell one mile from Fordsville was opened for traffic last week The trains made good time and held to the proposed schedule There will be one train through each way Earlington to Irvington and two trains daily except Sunday between Irvington and Fordsville This railroad runs through a section of country that is rich In deposits of coal and other minerals and a number of new mines will beopcned up along the line in the near future WANTED Lady distributor and solicitor iu Greenville Dr W S Burkhart Cincinnati 0 A S of E Meeting Muhlenberg County Union A S of E will meet in call session at Greenville on Thursday and Friday Jan 2021 1910 for the transaction of any and all such business pertain ing to the best interest of the or ganizatlon and to fully consider out any and all routine work belonging to the regular coun ty union as set forth in the constitu tion and bylaws All local unions will please send delegates as there is much work of importance to be considered J F Doss PrcsM C U Death of Mrs Mary Jackson Mrs Mary Jackson in her 68th year died snddenly of pneumonia at i p m Saturday at the home of her daughter Mrs Dave Garrett near DuvalPs Chapel Deceased was a member of the Methodist church at Nebo and Burial was in the burying ground at that place at 230 p m Sunday She leave three children two sons and one daughter I j mailcarrier i I i j I DYer I railroadat andcarry JfI v T aver Sunday S County Powltfv1 Association riifditifti i rrv iiiii The importance oHhcpoultijwiri hat caused thought among our people and there is a growing interest on all hands Several of the planning the orgatma tion of a county poultry and every person in the county will he asked to attend a meeting that will be called here soon when the organization will be perfected There will be a vast amount pf good to people who join In this work and the publicwill also bene fit by it Among other things it is planned to hold a poultry show here next winter and have readily agreedf to donate prizes for the poirttry It is said thtpouitiv andVcgK amount to more that fhe wheat Uf corn crops the country taiuiy anything that can be d6rig to improve conditions and increase the output should have niosi careful attention and consideration Pittman Bros new shop near the Baptist is ready for business Give them orders The statement of The Farmers Duntnor appears elsewhere in this issue Judge William H Yost of Madis onville was here attending court the first of the week A try a test then goodb to the rest Thus say users of Roarks furniture polish The condition of Sampson Dukes has been less favorable for several days and he hasbeen con fined to his room Mr Otto A Rothert of Louisville who has contributed a number historical articles to THE RECORD has again favored us with a manu script in three chapters dealing with the early history of Muhlenberg county The first instalment of this article appears on the front of this issue Take advantage of our clubbing offer and get the daily nal three months and THE RECORD one year for only 150 rating for Strength The greatest pleasure to be de rived from eating is the pleasure gets in the knowledge that giving him greater strength and vi talityBecause of this fact there Is a con stant increase in the consumption of Quaker Oats every time thestrength making qualities of Quaker Oats have been tested by scientific Investigation or by experiments in families it has been found to be a food without an equalIt the muscles and brain with out taxing the digestive organs it costs so little anyone can afford It and It is so carefully prepared and packed that it is absolutely pure and clean A Quaker Oats eating family Is 11Quakersize packages and also in large slzo family packages The latter very for those not near the store Fresh wallpaper at Roarks at scrap prices almost All of this seasons patterns ro st go with aud the cut prices will hustle the goods j dustr 0 I the merchants and p pro ched best i of t Bank of page Courier Jour i2 convenient season f d r 1tuc 1 t1 i 1 considerable enthusiastic raisers are association w v I already titlter PetPIle a anti the i meat church your Mrs one the Mrs KUchelpc JpnoTp Nigfc i C i Mrsc BL H Kinchelor iaki whistler ypcalis snd puipist wjil at the qpfersr house toinorrow j ing She isjoncof the jhost n plished musicians in NVftsterru jjKcn tucky and her famc a awhi jlcr his been recognized abroad as well asm home ShehafJieJd etertaimueuu as she willgiv here allover this country andtJhcr coiuinghyuM j attract a big crowd Tickets on sale at Caimulars drug store j The Cumhf rliVfjlephotJeiiiU has of in in here j moving the tpoles ion Main Cross I street court hoiisij the poles from the s and mo eioonr Roarkrii BpfeciallV preparedjto do anywhere v f A company comredt6f prom inent theatrical managers has been for purpose of producing dramatic ation of Augustaj Evans famous novel St Elmo The company have abundant capital to insur tjie Success of the enterprise and the of Ificers aha board of directory have all been identiJted with leading suc cesses The play will be given here CicreeitrkCoitracte I prepared to do pavement and other concrete work and shall be glad tomake estimates ments IJmesrojie is used in base affd surface thrpjighou fcomplyingveftft city specifications inJcvQrY parMqn lar Give me to bi l on your st7 t 1 v The following item which appear I r r e Advocate of Nashville Tenh cerns a former Muhlenberg county boy Rev New Hard who was reared in this city Rev New Harris of the Texas Conference was this year for the fourth time toMarvin diurcn Tyler TJie progress of the under his pastorate has beqn steady Lust year the expenses and fprconnectjpnal were placed before in the h7story pf the churchy and were paid in The Sppdaf school is largely nded jbsii An ajtiiqst too per ceiVf in brooms has boomed the of th Bissell sweepers at ThfeCweather which has been moderating for a fewdays almost springlike yesterday and the deep snow rapidly disappear ed A day or so more of the same sort and people will be able to see the earth again on ther special wallpaper sale at More than a score of pretty patterns will be sold at very lowest prices 1r t I acc I 1 f t t ri tdl tJt I oiL Jr e qPPSJltl the nearer rblslrernQv IhcrerhtY more ort iil Ifgives lor l 1 o- fIw l the place moreal It tifrac tiP t f dishifeltllsJ cull ji l 1 h t of I Jan i h o i if n ppsrt nit f I R C MICRAr1 IN rI t- ed In elt fhe cub t II ju conectim albpthf l I I adv nc 1l i c car J c I gradually o Roark it inf 1 teNeven h f y such f fi 4r anYP Av 1 N thqsitlewalic have bp the1y train as Jnakin i r arid ts sigh cctf Q incoiPorate finder thee name the Stt limo Co the I Neil I is r i i I lam r Iii Jiep o rr contracts f a Christian sent or local interests htgllgi than eyer full alt salt 1 Roarkls 1 ixwas i Get in M 4 v 1 ROARK Firriture Wallpaper ShadeJ Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wrfeppenr Slippers Grave Vaults r Zf c 4 c t fiWi 2 1t j 4 7 T DisinfectionROARK IliM NOTES WVZRSID2 PA SOLICITED I tJ Y- CtInAPMrZ 0 1O OND H 1H ICopyrJght 1909 by American Press Aiso clixtlon These article and Illustrations roust not Lo reprinted without special permission AWAY AWAY TO THE COUNTRYl When necking for the balm of Hfo Turn not to patent quacks Nor sfay within thore dusty streets Where noise the brain racks Como come awajrl Oh como with mo Wlicro nlr Is pure and health la free The paradise of vale and tree Out on the farm In tJw Como where you neednt live In flats Where neighbors fight like dos and cats Como from tho car man yelllns FareCome from tho mad scare Rush from bad smells and Salome snares Out Into Gods sweet country airs Vcs join the rone birds In their lco Out on the In the country Oh como away from tin can fare With deadly acMe lucklnr there I Run from those awful rota and spots That nil up cemetery tote Here get your eggs laid while you wait Spring chickens fresh from pen to Knock that dyspeptic mtaory Out on thfi farm In the country Away Away Lavo care behind And that Incessant oQlco grind Hero la the place to rusticate Whore fresh milks making while you wait Here ladles may kimonos wear And lay aside their golden Hair They even climb a thirty tree Out OR the farm In the country SETTING TURKEY EGGS cSmnrt Aleck will nature fake by set ting turkey eggs under clutfks but ff he just knew that A chickens tempera ture Isnt equal to the batching heat hue the knowhow why be doesnt get livable profitable poults Then theres that shell game If a looter loots a bank ha takes out the nest eggs and puts In When Smart Aleck robs tbe turkey nest bo puts lu a nest egg and takes out the turkey egg and mother turkey keeps on laying So by this hojflntbeturkcynest policy be makes the turkey ben an eg machine and the lousy old cluck a turkey Incubator Now the man whoso brain Isnt a doughnut knows that a turkey lays several sets of eggs lu u season and the first two are the finest Well be mates a strong young torn to twelve finely matured two or three year old makes provision so be always has enough to brood and turns all these superfine early eggs over to thrifty turkey hens to batch His poults thus uder mother turkeys care get tbe early worms and Insects and are prepared for the heated period and the Insect famine that comes with it Chicken batched pcmlts especially the late ours clInt stand a strain seldom bring gain and but few remain Turkey batched poults are best to grow They win at the show bring fn the money to make the mare go ILL OF FARE FOR YOUNG KEYS Mrs Turkey says Feed little but efteu Good advice Drop a fresh egg Into cold water boll thirty minutes grind up shell and all add equal amount of dry bread crumbs u sprinkle of grit and feed this quantity to six poults twentyfour hours after hatch Feed thus for two days Third day chop tender onion tops egg curd and grit for breakfast bread dinner egg curd and grit chopped with dandelion or lettuce for supper In a week gradually Introduce rolled find cracked wheat but dont feed chick feed and do not give turkeys corn until they shoot tho red at three months An overdose of onion physics a rca sonable quantity Is a liver tonic worm and cold cure Dont boll curJ ns It gets too tough sto digest When poults ruffle their feathers drag their feet and dont eat they are overfed Administer an old style liver pill and give one ef qulnlno for lIve nights In succession FEATHERS AND EC3SHELLS Get a gocd prepared chick feed to start the peeps oh and brunch off on cracked corn and wheat A small mill for grinding grain and dry bone costs 3 pays for itself In a Two sad deaths occurred in Pennsyl past winter from tbe gun trap set to shoot chicken thieves The men killed were tile owners who forgot the traps were there Too sad for comment A young girl in the middle west cleared r10 last yew mlalng peafowl receiving JKT plr wfcti a boy U the suburbs of rttflade ta cleared f50 on bis White Bay toy somo good IK him bine pleasure and Tho latIn Is made that you can make on ducks to 1 on chickens We believe there Is money In ducks but back of such claims we often flnJ- AT fellow with an tx to ri d 0 I i I 4 I countryl t city do plate II j t cuD f of n rIgorous turkey he would then hiS I it ii r Ito i hens iif iitQkf I1s f f t fi 6 I Tuft I F I f tJof tt d4 t Jt dlpptd In milk squeezed dry for iri r r If 00 ft J tU fJI 1r fI 0 grain J 1 O 1 Z I 1 I p and n 0 i 4fi I In 11it II 1 I tee o tock r pets 1 Ie f I III 4 0 0 jJ f JL on1o o J 7- it tl J 1 i F Pr 1 4 d t j 4j t c a b r farm g 1 c e r5 M Ii I yJ I 4 1 ifr iQ 5 41 I and- S ii4 1 3 i 11 4 andS up- S 1 S a S 5 4 I 4 S C 2 S shell- S season- 7 mum tin A 4 S I si 5r J yourS and profit- S I dt V c 4 I INVESTMENT IN TREES Expirienco of an Export In Cultivat ing Forests The planting nnd care of forest trees have been carried on for several year now l y State forester A I Ilnwcs of Connecticut with Interesting results Mr llawes experience bulled down few Knew Indicates that for sandy cheap lands puli an were used for most of tho experiments the best trees are pines white Scotch Norway nnd pitch It appears that In the long run white pine Is the best the trees being cheaper ind the growth through a term of yenm being equal to any nnd the lumber of gocd market value The Norway pine Is also considered very satisfactory although the trees cost more at the outset TIm Scotch pine h n very rapid grower nod will do well for planting In open spaces white pines requiring pome slmde of bushes or brush to do Its best nt the ntnrt Twoyen rold trees nre most satisfac toryThe young pines can be bought for about 3 IHT nnd nt five or six feet npnrt are set lCOO to the ncre In fairly open land the cost of plant log was 170 per thousand with high er costs In rough or bushy ground Ex amination of n number of old plnntn tlons of WillIe pine in the state Indi cates that with cheap lands and low cost planting the pine would prove profitable an n crop paying nt least 5 por cent compound Interest nt present prices of lumber with every probabil ity that prices will be higher by the time plnnth gs now mode are ready for market Attention Is called to the very rapid way In which the Investment Increases by compourd Interest nnd taxes It Is plainly unfair that the lumber crop should be tnxcd over nnd over ngnlu during growth the tax gradually eat lag up the profit from the plantation It would Seoul that every state would see the advantage cf encouraging busi ness tree planting by tax on past growth anti taxing only tIn annual Increase An original Invest ment of Ti per acre for laud anti 12 for planting compound Interest and taxes In Connecticut amounts to 75 by the thirteenth year and to WO in seventy years The present value of old plantations Indicates that the growth of pine lumber would pay fcr the Investment nnd Interest If original cost were kept as low as possible The amount of lumber In one planting FCV cnty years old showed that the annual f rr THh iin i Kn Mi nround a thousand feet Indicating n yearly average In come of 0 jicracrc for rcvcnty years Such Tgurcs Indicate that forestry Is a very gocd buslners Investment for the as well as being desirable for other reasons Interior Clothesline Thc clothesline or hanger as lime trated herewith Is Intended for use in the house during wet or cloudy weath er The frame Is made with n center piece of round wood about one inch In diameter and any length to suit the size of the room Tho wood may be square if a round piece cannot be secured The two cud pieces nre cf tho same material and eighteen inches hong The pieces are Held together ut ton thou nlH1 tnte abating lie TUX ixooon DWEB the connections with small braces made from Iron The frame Is hung to the ceilIng on three ouebulf Inch brass screw pulleys Clotheslines are stretched between the end pieces on which to hang the clothes Loading Wagon It Is generally believed that the load pulls easier If put well forward on the wagon But this Is not so on the or dlunry wagon where time bind wheels are larger than the frout ones Should the wheels be equal In size the load should be equally distributed If the trucks are so low down thnt the horses have an upward pull on the load then It would be all right to put the load well forward The loud should be proportioned to the surface contact cf the wheels A large wheel sinks less than n small one the load should be heaviest on the bInd wheels Distribute the weight so that no one wheel or no one side Is carrying time granter share lest It make the draft excessive for tho ton nage carried Wash Eggs For Market It would In n sense be better to wash eggs sent to market than to rend them in a dirty condition nut washed eggs have no keeping quail ties The water appears to dissolve the gelatinous substance which seals the pores of tIme shell nnd air Is thus Admitted and soon starts decomposi tion Tho better way to treat dirty eggs Is to take a woolen mg only slightly moistened with water anti gently rub off tho dirt Nut Industry on the Farm An Industry which the farmer might tab up with profit Is nut growing Improved nut trees begin bearing at about six or eight years bearing the same as apple or pear trees Large trees when grafted begin to bear about the third or fourth year and large trees that are budded will beer sooner than small ones but the small ones beer longest English walnuts can now be grown In the central states the 0 l Therefore CherryBlossom ij jrivcrb cf Cbvry Iaav t in 1 ii I a i r f ul L vth ttool nnino iio i ooix l fa cf rf i x r rt ih ofipau o s r1 r Jj r Ut1 lie cc V fje und t TK dun n ic JH nred cf r l i i T r i V J ITJOjt llJ i JAPArz2 CVl1 OOC rAIt I r L ii J c f I t 1 l P i Ira V3 fi i iv r r i Wild Cherry 1 j I IThanscs 1jianr u F L r I Ir t authority ci meciiv v ff tJ Lrk v rU t 7 cf oihuiubuirjj IKO J i iKly t n in Which theta ij My i i li pch or of lo Vr CnrLy I rr c the urxrul 1 t v r courn rnd found excelled ia ccvfteingredient is c f c vary iKttivu tio iicar i t 1isrcoa Golden iIaccJ ttrrcv cry Tiu ia a roncOy which las cr fr r iry- f rty ycarj nothing ixv cr utrioi cf JVOT r eivarj which are accompanied by a c ugV ouch C3 inci icnl coi cumption More then that rraso in ra5nrj Bfoo lrof Mandrake Golden ffrrl nd QVC UJ root nil of the modioiurl vi lar cf vrhich ara scientifically crtrcclcd ron combined in Dr Golden Med Ian Discovery remarkable CUlT of ototnrxh dicordcrj Lsva been accomplished years Pr Firre i discovered that pure glyc crino cf strength a Letter solvent and ID activo medicinal n iidn3 in iiost of our indigenous or rativo incdiciaU alcohol An ia use iJ entirely whllo nlcolu 1 is well known when recl oven in small portions a roornctcd period to do th j v tern especially ri tho c o r dclicau women lio dcide t use chemically pure rlyccriro instrnl cf tho a I ii tho preparation ci i medicine Ho Jytttfr bcedc entirely barrilsfl IV SCFSOS in trinsio rtca of c value Its nutritive ro jertk Dr rierco believes frr rarxu UT 1 cod liver oil eiitiiliaj il 13 fv nl consideration in all csacd cf iscipic end owes ifa Airfcieo to Ks aros vc ablo garden lr Tinrco ij or y i 1 awl ry I r un C2 t f Ml- t 6 tOJn i his o 1 tim It tins of thoso chronic vCttCl L n l fr t 1 f I nn HJrou 13ncl emrJ 1 1 consumpUpn tc1 r l 1 to h I t L- It TJuitir tIt oav r about cured aI a being and otberwztstng a Natures GardenI combine lh r lato euro our diseases TIj irepair lion ia cf ploasant lusto c rcca p wilt end BMigj stomachs and ia cxtcoincly cf il restoring toni to tLe evii system Itcures inflainria tvouli ctouinch a3 well i discati and dyspepsia nrlrinjf frc i vf reason vy i r t r tho health of mnUorn j rnd ev elated people b 2rr a irst iktvout poisons from 11 9 l I Urr n the Ti t i its reconstructive vcvk IM b j flsh by first lurucizig ood ikii ablood Tho Golden Medical i raado in a laboratoiy ton ugh equipped with inTT rifii S are charge of tio wiit nearly a scoro sbiiiul physicians u employed to o u mine and tlio rotncdics other means of cure rs ooctn lAt suited to thousands of caca of chroni diseases which come before them fcc treatment each year It noth to write to E V Pierce th head of this Institution at Buffalo N charge Rural Telephones Mr Farmer Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence anti 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 anti your neighbors get for a sum that is small compared with the ben ellis received Gall cr address cur nearest office or write direct to head quarters Nashville Tennessee for information regarding our speri l Farmers Live rte It you are ot at present ei icrjjhote erviee we can immediately interest yon Our lines covtr States o Kentucky Teonsbe Mississippi Louisiana and tin sou them portion or Indiana and Illinois CuurRKiA3i TEL TKI Co Inc 1 c iJ i Itt r 11 Dioc O don ic tiC at Y in l l tot ant opinionin i I ou t can u ill the rpr L vr p Loch rM tied t1IZJ t rCJl t1 AWD Ft 1UinJlI an MwrsANC a I C I rc t I clcChh it tH h t IIr r 11 r r if I ub CoIII t r iDnlhuiSI I siS fs4srs Sr QIr4 5 4 Sri I Eu A hr Prif e nt M p It A ciMttaH queiMX to IMauM Si sjntnrRllhy r1 t rJI I I 1 mtlrlca1 Fnotstr r Lr4 ssi4tysuzI IIokSlvI41ct tsUitus t 14I S4ieyi p WfltIefl tIit I L w L iierrr Vi PHOTO g4p I ear r 1 rf jJ J rilE ctocyer Farnitcre Moldings Wall Paper We carry on our floors and in our ware racnis the largest variety of Furniture In Kohlenberg If w do not have what you want we will t it for you We have factory con noctons with makers of the finest goods In the country and through Our Special Order Department can supply any exclu sive articles at less prices than city stores cr mafl 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 tOurEngraving Machine Is the only one In this part of Kentucky and we arc exclusively prepared to supply individual Name PlAtes which we furnish on all outfits without extra cost Undertaking Embalming Coffins In White Enamel and Stained Varnish finish Caskets In White Enamel Natural Woods White Colored and Black Cloth Covered allMetallic and Copper lined airtight Caskets all lengths and regular extra and double extra widths Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes In stock for immediate delivery Burial Robes Wrappers Suits Dresses Slippers etc in large variety Our two licensed Embalmers respond at once to calls for such services Our general equipment is complete and of highest grade We have a Funeral Car in service sub JoeL to call anywhere CETTwo Private LongDIstance Tele phones Day No 72 Night Home No Residence ISO yards from store Prompt service any hour day or night The J ROARK STATe OKIE L ROARk Haaaier Mprqt than nine out of every ten of rheumatism are simply rheumatism of the muscles due to cold or damp or chronic rheumatism In no internal is1 required The free application of Chamberlains Liniment is all that is needed and it is cer tain to give quick relief Give it a see for yourself how quickly it relieves the pain and soreness Price 25C large size Soc I llatItt Nrlul1 iEltUntbiltJ an constantly moB L t suchcases treatment trialand tcri B9ta4iH9x Store flthLIffltishI cases JOB I Ourelfctric equipment enables us to handle promptly all orders for job printing Give us your busi ness and we insure satisfaction Posters CircularsPrograms Envelopes Invitations Statements Jill Heads Post Cards Note Heads Letter Heads 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Drawingroom Pull mans as well as the usual straight sleeper The day trains have and Dming cars and the very finest modern new coaches In cheerfully answered by E H Bacon D P A Louisville Ky HHHon Been Dining one t Parlor ftStook quince on a Wallpaper deal life who buys without looking around is liable to be held up sharply as above It is no good marl to grieve over wasted dollars as this fellow is doing after being done 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 ESTATE furniture CClalluaDcr dnDcctnhcra GREENVILLE KY WeAsk You troubles because wo aro sure it will help you Remember that this great female remedy firstor lastany to tako Cardul for your female 4 vmEDf U I Icj has brought relef to thousands of i Slhor sick crncn so Thy not to yon For hccdachc backache periodical pains fcmah many havo said It is tho best mediclao to toko Sold in This City F3 J tt Try I 0 to 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