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A chain is in stronger than ka weakest ln the body no stronger than its weaknesses cf tho storJnoh end it3 allied ro cured by the use Ur Picrces GoIdcn Medical Dkcovcrj When the weak or disccjed stomach is cured diseases of seers remote from the stomach but wUich wcokest is liver or luns is weak link Ll W rfo may nt any trnc Often this I socalled- II weakness is Iy lack eE nutrition tht result of wcnknces or disease t of the stomach i OttacS of didcatioa tudnutb Disases td I or Q6 of I ctlt oi s r L1 j orhai Iiw v wkncss cisceach there a a ccin wllit twnp ear e1 ci4er which= v I a zrl t- I i i l L f L 1 PC8J l I JI HtI 11- T e a fI J i tiiii 1 jJIC1 WT lAuhlenberg County is rich in coal iron timber pUllers etc and the most inviting field lr q a- IM u a y at art b clay hntuck for and 11tIcl tVOL XI NO 50 GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY JANUARY 20 1910 50c PER ADVANCE ror YEAR IX t SOME OLD DATES In Muhlenbergs PastBY OTTO A ROTHERT in three chapters CHAPTER II J fJ i 4 i 1 The second meeting of the county court took place in the John Dennis house on Tuesday June 25 1799 The record covers about three times s pages us the first nnd is signed by John Dennis Charles Wing was appointed county clerk during good behavior Ev idently his behavior was considered good and his books well kept for he held his oflie 56 years i James Weir wus appointed to com i pile a list of the taxable property in i the county The following oaths were administered Robert Cisna and Richard Morton Justice of the Peace Wm Bradford Deputy Slier iff John Culbertson Coroner Peter Boggcss and Thomas Morton con stablesSixteen men had their stock marks recorded Six roads were consider ed and for each a committee was appointed to view and mark the best and most convenient way A number x of bargains and sales were recorded Ferries were estab lished at Smiths Landing and Lewis berg on Green river John Dennis was granted license to keep a tavern at his house Tavern rates and ferry charges were fixed Among such items are Dinner i shilling 6 pence breakfast or supper j shil ling whisky per half pint 9 pence 3 corn per gallon 6 pence stableage s4 hours 4 pence ferry for P Xj pence for a single man 44 l pence The following is quoted from pjxge jgf o records of the same meet f ing of June 25 175 The court vote for a place for the t ot jisticei is a Col William Camp hthe land of the heirs of William Rus sell deceased be and is hereby ty iv erected on said place Rhoads Charles Lewis and William Bell were appointed com nufisioncrs to prepare plans for a V The third county court took place on Tuesday August 27 1799 in the house of John Dennia The minutes were Signed James Craig proceedings are similar to the earlier meetings with the additional feature the filing of several applications On page 29 the record reads persons appointed for the pur pose of exhibiting into court a plan building the public building hich being examined and approved JpfJS ordered to be recorded A rapworandura of the dimensions of itbe house of Muhlenberg to be built of hewn Ions the face or more 6 feet by 18 high a joint shingle roof with pegs except the outside rows with nails a joint plank floor and loft with good stairdase the lower story 12 feet high with one door and three windows a par tltion upstairs a window in each roqm and shutters to each window and a door a judges bench barred around an attorneys bench barred around also a sheriffs box a clerks table and seat The cracks of the M house to have shaved boards pegged pn the inside and daubbed on the outside and a sufficient number of benches f Another paragraph informs us v itbat The court appoints Dvig to build a stray pen on the p public juure two and thirty feet five feet high tobe finished iby the fourth Tuesday in j An entry written at this meeting wjth the statement Satisfy s rv the said llenjamine lost a part r his by a bite from the ac jffctfsed in a fight which is ordered 46 be recorded r The fourth meeting J6 doted Tues ka September 24 1797 The fifth v the last held at the man II lox J to r It r a J n c 1r a pro ededto tperd ul tilt y of on pertt l envy cx house I b The N f of b to establish grist mills r I The t for quit count peen inches thick nine Inches f z1 on tt I itn J 01 jury 9 u j f square Q Septembers torY being made to the court bat eat r 0 11 J c i t d I j It I j I I a 3 i c horse- S the iuu u1 Muhitstjr tit allthe jusi esca1currrtouis 4 wordercdthat tk bells heaitright Caney adjoining t t Ia burtA1 Z 4c w r o y feet Put t a s t s 5 r nds proofs roft J t etingas b j1j I Dennis house and took place on November 26th and 27111 1799 The following is quoted from the proceedings of November 26 1799 page 49 Here the word Ircenvillc makes its first appearance on the court records Ou the motion of William Campbell and it appearing to the court that it will be advant ageous to the public and it also thin legal notice having been given to Lw it is ordered that a town be established his land at the scat of justice in this county on Caney including thirty acres of land to be called and known by the name of Greenville whereupon the said William together with John Bradley and Charles lox Wing his securities entered into and acknowledged their bond in the penalty of 500 pounds conditioned as the law directs It is further ordered that the said town be vested in Samuel Russell Alney McLean Henry Rhoads Charles Fox Wing William Bradford and John Dennis who are hereby nom inated and appointed trusties of the said town of Greenville agreeably to law The fifth meeting ends with the statement that it is Ordcre that the next court be held at the town of Greenville the seat of justice of this county The sixth begins as follows At a county court held fur Muhlenberg county at the hoise of Simtel Rus sell in the town of Greenville on Tuesday the a4tti day of Dcccirber T7p9 its many iteirs is one shrivftng Wt Smoe Russell Thq secnttlidatQt Tuesday Jan S 1800 also took place in file Russell house The eighth meeting was the first held in the new log temple of justice Its record is headed a county court held tor Muhlenberg county at the court house on Tuesday the 25th day of February 1800 The new building nltho occupied hill evidently not been completed for the record of April 22 iSoo shows that the po5ti n of the como missioners who were appointed to the building of the court house of this comity ordered that leave be given this undertakers until the first day of August to complete the sameThe twelfth meeting is dated Tues day Sept 23 1800 court re ceived the court house of the as being done agreeably to their bond and it is ordered that the bond entered into t y the said un dertakers be destroyed On the same date A plan of the town of Greenville was exhibited into court and ordered to be re corded The plan is on page 75 of copied Jced Book No i The surveying was done by Aluey McLean He divided Wm Camp bells donation of 30 acres into 56 lots all of which lay in the vicinity of the two acre public square The proceeds from the sale of these lots was used to help defray the expense of building the new court house The map shows the as being located at the southeast corner of streets designated as Main street and Main Cross street Running pa rallel with Main street are McLean and Water alleys and and Bradford alleys Parallel with Main Cross street are Campbell and Wood alleys and Thompkins and alleys Adjoining the 30 acre plot is another map designating ten lots of five acres each From one of these lots two acres are cut off fora grave yard and five of the ten are granted to Alney McLlean the surveyor You can paper an ordinary size room wall border and ceiling at from 100 to 3 oo if you will get in on the clearance sale now at Roarks Paper front 4 cents per roll up J i i I I Campbell I I lle t kcl l ej fat bivHou tgviLe nary I I tOn let tiThe tc recorded squar I I I Russell- c I TO UK t tIf ft t appearing agreeably ion dittoh tAitti t U i f all undertakers public Wing corrrrusul w- a4o ast fi j brightens end everything about the home There Is no old or dingy looldng furniture orwoudworlc homes where LIquid Veneer Is tiscd all is clean wholesome sanl tary Liquid Veneer be applied by anybody anywhere at any time there Is no muss to clean up There are 110 caps po pots no brushes There are no sticky handy or surfaces Simply molten a cf chcesi off the surfaces as you would do dusting Just try Liquid Veneer and how sweet it will make everything 4oz 2Bo 12o w it mmm o 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE PM TRADE MARKS PESIGNS COPYRIGHTS c cur opinion nether an Communist UoiiHKtrictly eonildcitral on ipntfrce for ecurm taicn tur Co unttce without cUnreo A linnrtiomclr lllnMrnteit weakly Tersest clr idf HUn journal aoriiis 3 rear fourniontbatU tiorrsJealcrii lirocb Offlco 125 F SU Vraablnatgn D C AT FACTORY GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS j I 1 t 1 J04 I f I t c CGl i I tee jI ctto botUo 500 SOLD Bit I Anyone cnlling n ketcb and may I B I rpt jal o tUifi JHn riant H- Yfst1 car afterward t 1 descrlptlnn w merits a gouty flu i receive lat o sotcroadway sly pf ACES NO 270 TWOINONE- Vc ship nl vehicles Direct from mr loct C O D to Consumer to cxuniinctiou nod 30 U f of the grcatrst importance to the Globe Ilnrnrsa Co to have every one tis a pi used and No t IToit to make each excellent T luciu quality of material fil n and cf vehicle that it will be ti Advertisement nnd orders return If you by selling you an honestly made less the you will recommend our poods to your ne Our l as toourcustomers as it would be to a dealer If nut on rep resented your money la returned to you You intro no riNk Wo munufacluro honest Vehicles nnd Ilarnrss MVO our customers money ail iirden promptly Write for our Free liuibly and llarnc H GLOBE BUGGY HARNESS COMPANY OWENSBORO KENTUCKY See R C McCracken you want concrete work of any kind HIli cd 15 Ill iwho dcntll Lasting y 81 1 a Pro ah tIldlnro t4 Io uc 1it i r c lfj f retrial tint Cuelomcr selves Y- Y w Yr e Ja W BARLOW Bridge Work done at reasonable prluoK oaten up stairs In thoJuuew Building Grh nvUle Ky T J r ltyt4lctart ottvl fcjwrjioori Office MainaroM atreet Mainstreot 15 C4W HOWARD HOWARD SRA- YLAWYBRS Office la Grrrn Biiltffsj tpwjllc IsMcadc Hotel DR LOUELLA HELTSLEY OSTEOPATH Office at Home East Maln cross Street Tetepltono No 78 O KING Notary Public and Li censed Auctioneer CENTRAL CITY KY Sales Made AnywSeic in ouniy Terms RjasEMle Box 93 Phone 78 D Orowu and DR ear WADE II GRAY t I Z ii I a DENTIST eLATON r i I Union Lock Poultry clou n h Th inott rtirub on no KTMtf r cw Ihih noUor Wrllo fat uUk c ct ice f r ll inriuoc- WSICH nuts Co o aii m nsji city C H HOWARD CO Very Serious a very serious ractttr to ark for one medlcino and have the wrong one given you For this reason we urge yen in buying to be careful to get the genulne The reputation of thJ3 nld ble medicine in disestlon endliver trouble la firm other moolclnes It baktor than others or it would riot be the fa vorite liver with a solo than cull ethers combined SOLD IH TOWN F3 Fence- S fOUl r BLA Liver Medc e 3 r ccnltip Jt dos nit to Is CIcr rs foe the marti for pntry prd oreSami and gerd n and at Mar e RAT relic k Iiiand Y Feathers Tallow Oectvrax Clnccnff ColJon Scot VeLow Root May Apple VtUd Glazer etc We ate doacrs bcd in IS56 Orer half century to LocuviUe and can do better for you ttua zenta or coraminion merchants Reference Beak in LcumUle Write for wally price liu and itiippina tac Hi Sabal Sons 229 E Market St ICUISVlLLE KY a soy c Ly FOR COUGHS tr Ii 1l 7 tONG OF CURES b a FOR COLDS L v WORKERTHE blOr D R it FOR THROAT 1 SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY Alt Druggists H JI LIi t TfiC RejstCf d PGLAKDCKIitA NOXAL WONDER no 0 e Pcrlect VcflJef CAR l 7 R N FURSHiD s VSUffS end can do fcettcr for M t an agents or ccnimWou mcrcjiialj M Bank ia I0nuviic Rl 8AREL SOC- VTAClhK 3 IH teat f Vrir Si rUiSV I to take Cardut for year femjJa troubles because vo aro nitro It Z will he you RerasnAer that 2 thJs groat remedy rcaUiers Tallow Giacwq 1J YcloY tout etc rcrrc c t If trite for price IIt peg tzt lilgi lre tlli f V c Y yT u icm Pcstra t rn SCL ac weekly Ii4 tad shin r d s1 29 E icy LkYo al3 Y lNE f i1nwml1 Tas brought to thousands cf fijt olher sick women so why not to you For hsadsche backache S periodical pains female Sj raany have said U Is Ute bet medicine to take I Sold in This City Cures Colds in any cart of body IMIrros ANY In nn J I Wlicro other inctllruo falU tUIs will bring I f 3 a Cure Taken before cxMn rro 5 iUrlp CoWa Croup IP Toe Mo We N Y fJUtE I Try 3 n I i iI eo I UbculUntlam ute I mm rune arru Whooping Cough r 1 f J weakness RI rreooorss oo i one tirt a Infurara neatcre Br Junta 0 LUNCS I1 AND FOR GOUGES AIID COLDS PBEVEKTS PHEUHORIA I had the most debilitating cough a mortal was ever afflicted with and my friends that but thanks be to God four bottles of Dr Kings slew Discovery cured mo so completely that I am all sound and well MRS EVA Ind J 10 NEll D exp cted when I left my bed it would surely bt for my ove Our doctor pronounced my case 0 UNCAP rtowDI SCOVERYs k rti1 incurable rRs Price 5Gc and 100 have their origin a dfojesed condition cfthe stomach and Other organs of diKsviOC nod nutriLlnrr Cfir ulto err ad Vii rnsy halo a oMi z i toci oca a atron Givrirt AWAY Dr PIerces Common Sense Madicil Adviser nor revised Edition it nn receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing eny Send 21 onecent stomps 1 o paper covert or 31 stamps fpr the clothbound vos time Address Dr U V Pierce BuGhlo N Y in JlIftC OFnr o Jjbeh nth bcd free for t II err b rc omnsentrss cent CO aUZK QUALITY a fine ituliviiiunl from a perfect strain of inntis is now in service at too cash in hand only The patronage of the public is E I pile ied J COOM I3Ssuet jY W CUR Dust ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEEDca Trial Boob Free The Secret of Youth Do you ever wondtr how you can remain young or why other women older than you look younger than you do The secret can be put in a few words Preserve your health and you win preserve your youth By health we mean not alone health but nerve health as sometimes magnificently stronglooking women arc nervous wrecks But whether you are weak physically or nervously you need a tonic and the best tonic for is It builds strength for the physical and nervous systems It hclf put on your bones and vitality into Your nerves r W a fl sh r u a k t a j i T 9P Take mother writes Mrs Z L of Smith villa Tenn is 44 years old and is passing through the change life She was irregular end bloated and suffered terribly father stepped over to the store and got her a bottle of Cardui took according to directions and now is up able to do her housework and says she feels like a new Try Cardui in your own case Vfile to Ladles Advisory Deal Chattanooja Aledioue Co Clttttanoogi Toia for hulruslfotu nd 64pi5t book nome Treatment lor Women snt free f i Tl Yo1 Adcock woman prz hr i Y1 tie a r ccttal- t = BED VBut always a STEARNS FOSTER Mattress for comfort Pew cf us own really comfortable mattresses I mattresses the best grade of hair arc a time But are expensive and must be done from time to to in condition Lowpriced hair mattresses are merely com the truth about contents their uncleanliness and dangers would riot make pleasant reading V Tens of thousands have never slept on any thing but a hair never en joyed the luxury of a Stearns Foster more have used some cheap un comfortable makeshift because they did not know the Jest mattress of all was so inexpensive as to be within their reach If vre could induce all these people to sleep o a Stearns Msttrcas for GO could induce tkem to try it that lanj anti enjoy its luxurious rcstfulaess its sleepinducing c would never it wp never ny ether Tolcl By Zhe j L ROARK Estate Officers W A Wickliffe President C E Martin Vice Presi dent John T Reynolds Jr Cashier Ed S Wood Cashier Directors W A Wickliffe E J Puryear R T Martin J T Reynolds Jr Ed S Wood Cj E Martin Geo Militia TjV vv V x ANY v i comfortablefor costlyremaking t i I mattresShave Andmany i A Fester nightsifwe J 71 fortthey give aid use kind I u y sr IIeati r ism rr 1 5 aenv Y artucky Assistant 1 i- e5 t j4V S StfP Imlepeiuli ill RECORD PRESS tJ 1 i to fi tl J E I TIm DT nT M a t t rr p- All Ne vypnper1- flu spitz ltlCEPl8Owl OmEN L ROAKK secretary I JKSN L ROARK EDITOR LanSClstance Telephone No 72- Otfuo utw unui x rear of store ground 3oor 50 SKIS MR YEAR IN ADVAttCL TERMS milihorlptlou price of Uu i tii er U v bJe ui ntlvime the time haM to which It In pail the paper win be topped Cunts of thanks obituary notices If not lu i r ttmn ten lint free A ch rKu of 6c Hue will be im Ji for uneetea Isgllnr No variation of to jvnyor Free wimple copies will be pinged AdvertlsrnscntH will 1 c InscrtM A rate curd will be urulnliuJ ou re i cat AddresH nil ct mmn loftton an 1 make all re mittances puy aWe to USCOli PRESS Greenville Ky THUaSDAY 28 19U Catered at the GreeoTllle Ky postofflce w CITY undertakers have raised the price of burial outfits Talking of the increased cost of living ExohANi is having a billboard and poetry campaign but so far nobody has dared to attempt anything humorous TilE people of Mars arc said to be digging some new canals in an effort to make our little Panama ditch look cheap JOHN R BRADLEV is planning another expedition to the North Pole but will not have any Cooks tourist arrangements THAT Chicago man who left millions to charity should be com mended for having the courage to overlook Chicago University TilE Scott expedition in search of the South Pole is now assured the British Government having pro mised 100000 toward the 200000 which is the estimated expense Ex BANKER MORSE upon his ai rival at the Atlantic prison announc ed that this is not the end matter of fact it will be some four TUB bleached flour by the Department of Agriculture promises to develope a strenuous fight according to authoritative re ports It is said that the real fight will be made by members of bleach lug machinery who have raised a fund of 100000 for that purpose and not by the millets HERE is one fact and a few figures which shov how fortunes have in England and America Jii 1827 OJd Pundell of the firm ofjPundell BriJgis jewelers died in London He was eighty years of and his property was valued at 7000000 When the to prove the were told at the Doctors Common that it the largest sum that had ever been registered there That years ago Last year in New York Harrimans will was probated disposing of property worth over 200 millions IN its report transmitted to the interstatecommerce com mission calls attention once more to needed changes in the law to make government control of railroads more effective For one thing the commission urges again that provision be made for a thorough valuation of the phy sical properties of the railroads Such a valuation would be of service in many ways among others in mak inK it easier to determine what are reasonable rates for freight and passenger service The commission urges also that congress so amend the law as to make the consent of the commission necessary to changes in rates by the carriers At the present time the railroads may increase their rates will by giving the required notice placing on shippers the burden of unreasonable new charges until these can be shown to be unreasonable J ho commission insists that the presumption should be in favor of rates that have been long in ence and that the burden of proof should be on the carrier to show the nerd for ihe change before new rates ale lilt into 1 his rcasoitiiiKppprais to be state commerce commis slop been trying to the nubile tinder unfavorable ditions through the medium of inad vcquite laws It is time for con gress to give sbrious attention to the t request commission that it be rfakc its work more elective for aL rIn Ss The I 4nt1 rule 4 JANU Y f s matter 1J i vas congress I f I jJ l 1 J f 1 I 4 t t fort Thu lieu J f II t fioYi 9 with to tlioJ fr III I 7 1J j 1 rrj71 n ire 4 etc M w tta s 4 second elasa 5 St i r As c r a t a 1 Frown S age scent will hey 1 wI- sS seventy r rK 1 Y j v S rte zrb a I s exi- F t sound- S L her bent s J cc t i f thy tw adduiLnal powers i a a Notice is hereby given that I or one of my deputies 01 j MONDAY JANUARY 31 1910 between the hours of 10 oclock I am and 2 oclock pm at the door of the Court House Greenville Muhlenberg County Kentucky expose to licSale for cash in hand the following described property cr so much thereof as may be necessary to pay Stcte School and Road taxes due thereon and unpaid cndthc interest penalty and costs thereon Abbott C A Anderson Amanda Bidwell Alf Boyd Nannie T Drown Eita V- Casebier V G Calvert Mrs J C Cundifl Bryant Davenport V II Doss A J Doss J for PW Green wood Drake Samuel jades L R Eskridjic J M Felix J C Garrett P F Gish Virge Gregory G H Hastings J L Hardwick W B Ham Catharine Harper John G Harris J W Hopkins J E House W H Hunley Robert Buckles John Jarvis Mrs S M Jennings G M Jennings A E Kennedy H Kincheloe T R Leonard Charlie Moorman J N Morris J C Ragor John Reno Mrs Pallacc Reynolds Reed J J C Simpson Bridgett CENTRAL CITY DISTRICT NO 1 R ActtitS Jake led P loa C City 1 1 C City M J Staples L J Cobb Johnson Jess Gregory a 3 43a C City 4a 12- Moornum i 1 5 C City 2 I 26 M J Staples 430 7 C City 1 1 g Clcaton i I 8 i 1 11 C City 1 house 8 11 Staples 5 Bremen i 1 7 Jim Wickltfte 14 4 Moorman 2 I 1 C City i 1 12 i 1 3 Clcaton si 8 C City i 1 17 So Carrollton i I 12 9 Its i79a 78 Will Rolland 6a 6 i2a 1 F S Millard 353 14 Moorman Cleaton 3 Its ut RR only 3 J L Taylor 191 10 C City i 1 10 C City C City Mrs Slaton Gishton C City C City Clgatpn Stewart Thompson C E Vincent U J Whitehouse Ed Austin John Baker Adam Black John Browning George Carbin Ed Cunningham A D Drake Emiline Foulks Mrs Lou C Gity C City Clcaton Cleaton 2 Its COLORED LIST NO 1 Cleaton 1 1 Clarksville Moorman 2 Its Clcaton i 1 Clcaton i 1 So Carrollton i I Pete Myers 3 i So Carrollton i 1 So Currolltou i 1 Gatton Mrs BetticAgt for Lissey Gatton So Carrollton Rufe Agt for Mosc Wickliffe Est Kenley Henderson King Georges Long Alf Peoples James Quisenberry Jim Short Harry Shrewsberry Matilda Wilson Charlie Wilson Alfred Arnold PrmtisPA Barnes Jack Bennett H H Birch W H Casebier Emma G Dearmond B C Evans J F Ferguson B H Ford D L Free Thos heirs Goodall A B M C Harper Mrs M E Howard W D Hunt William Johnson J W Jones C P Kelley M L Kimmell M G Knight Will Mahan G W Robt Meftord F W Minton G B Moore C B Perkins S B Sams J W A L John J Tipton W J Tucker Mrs C H Vick Robert Whitson Arthur So Carrollton So Carrollton C City So Carrollton Clcaton So STRAY LIST NO 1 Alex Miller F D Myers DISTRICT NO 2 Skilesville 41 D W Rhoades Lucian Cornett Dunmor Drakesboro Clcaton Bill Ilelsley Mrs M F Penrod R H Robertson same J H Hughes Moorman Geo Hardison Joe Heck John Mays Dunmor L Annis V M Mahan V D Cox G W Mcflurd i Clem Phillips Paradise Drakesboro r EC Lewis J Mercer Moorman M Mason i J N Poyner J Cobb Son i 1 P 1 1 i 1 P 4oa 1 lisa i I P i 1 P i I P i 1 SALE fOR TAXES IOi I I ii unty N N ItltKS1 1L If J6 7 9 z I 995 C City r l G 37 bi31 p p3 7cy ia to55 C City I I I I 1164 B il 641 7 s I 37 50 C City x a 93 C City C City C McGuire t oa 32 In 68 l A 11 34a S9J2 viva Gq4 Riley S x18 835- a Rice G r In 6 I 1 457 nith 835 J J B 1227 I 2S97 531 1024 I 7 37 5 p 4 5 S 616 J7 I I 3 00 rsGrace 1 I G I 1 r I 5 i I II IIII I I 589 II i Carrollton z I 539 II UIL 5gS C W ga 974 i a 850 z 1 I J8 soa 948 62t r ISd G2tl 1157 II 9Sa 1130 Sa uJI i t SILt G 4C 835 102 32 r 7 to GI 75tl 737 stMcPherson 7J 7 ZIl 541 I 4 I in P t li 3 u 1157 fitS hmlt 24511 1773 Goa 1439 5011 194 z I 4 93 7 tt Pol 835 R1t 49 a IJS J i i p i h i l ti 1 r I a 5 S 5 I i 3 3 J 9 I 5 8 L Vf AND t ill al6 p5 70 a8a so 1g5I lgt 7 96 l 7 City 1V1 tt I r 811 S 1V r4s 11 xn S r o S 68 G a 7S 1Gg4 g3 65 1IL 5a 30 1s69 10 3 1yG ioa 117 z Sat S tot t a1 I e7t 1 Sat t a Claude Wood i i o 3 11 S tit il crt C K Mason R II Motley la ilrovvu Wm Crtlov Mr C rv r j- il 7 Mrs V ios5 F n takes n 51 COLORED LIST NO S- Drakenboro j DISTRICT NO 3 H L Patterson Dave Patterson Jake Rowe Hud Stewart Jim DavalJ M I J Scibcr Juhncon San Pinner Bob Mitchell P 53 a Garrett J A LO Grundy W K Johnson T W 11 Lit cpige Ms L C Mitchell Ben Morris James J H OLeary Mrs Emma Pence l i Penrod Mrs R 13 Thomas Tudor j II Tanner Wm G Tyson T F Evans G W Reno Mrs Nellie Stulsberr y Nuasom Weir Sidney R Bandy Grecr villa Jime Richie Lewis Allen Will Pittman John Greenville Sam Clark Lewis McLeraiit B Board Mrs Dibble Moorman Chas McDonald Robert Mitchell Ben Board V7m Morris John Day COLORED NO 3 I Ed George Greenville Humphrey D T L Bivins T B Dukes W D Farmer J J Kulkerspn T H Johnson V W Latham F J Lee Lile Marv R L Roark Mattie E and Sister Strader C W Travis J W Walker I H Walker Floyd Walker Finis Wells Mrs N R WitUaras J tl Williams W F Wray J B Moore Celia Reno Robinson Lewis Weir Wilson WingJohuB 1 1 P i i aa i 1 i 1 Ann Reno Ebvood Kennedy 32a STRAY N R 6- W L Jarvis 5 BOGGESS DISTRICT NO 4 J Corley i5 Elliott Carey 3 Henry Dugger g Will Eades 4 Dock Wells Jos Lnthnm Alex Lee Joe Lile Mrs R II AlcWhlrter ya Greenville 1 P m Monroe Boggass 2a Greeiivllle i I N B Wells Tooley i2a John J J Wood Soil COLORED LIST NO 4 Greenville I I Greenville i Greenville i A Lovell iin Greenville 1 1 STRAY LIST NO 4 1 Boil 26n Beeves Bn ceJA W Janfes H Mrs 1 L t1 laffoon Peter W J Melton Charity Short Leslie Stobauh Wilkins r rJ PhilUua Austin GW Johnston H N Stroud Wilson Allen Wrs V A N Cs Ft Coffraan I N D n ia A H Dukes FieldS tArs Larkin Portnev J FordI Si Fnrticls UecHyn tray J C Gr Mrs L WHHams Whitmer Gluts Melton less Mcmhlns J T HUe M C Harper B E Robt Stovflll H R Btutes Graham Wm Gossett O M Bremen la- P 2aSon iSOn PiliaP iSa COLORED NO G iOa DESCRIPTIVE LIST Cleaton 2 I SUPERVISORS LIST Satire Jones 2 l2a C City 1 Son Nelson 10511 2 l J E 2a a Greenville i I Tom Martin AiuSrew McPherson J H Parker K T V heirs R SonE 1 rtiohev J H ShresCsbcrry J Vincent 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61 4 t G l G earl 1tf1 13 Jarvis E 3 ttoltrk 13 tom t 1 u 4 10 8 47 4- s S rate e 11 MrtM 11 8 Gusty E A 1 t Ea 7 1 19- Mughanl sa 7 tr lcJi1 1- v a a i c t ft ru ifM M 60000 BOOKS Mutilated Annually on Dissecting I Tables sja9 4 ncr r AIR ILPROOf i WATER YERM1 1- 1lRQ1Elt2 a ulsliod nbKnlute VATLT fur r the IICItOLAIt 1ROOP GIt1vIt tins euipluycd fi every burial I noimnoml Is unci lJ lilli 1lLfIto Lllulo in uUelzeE n should I r 5 The mUtER VAULT carried in slock by The J L ROASK ESTATE Grecnvilfc if of IMtiornl nnclI frsse too tatrtut Coodrs r nl Jr2 3 f 4 hal s C lPlI11Cll Ca Sale Makers d Springfield Ohio II b c The finest assortment of table china ssakr Oatsrtzr- i Family Size Packages oYI c in near in mind that has splendid selections of Roark wallpaper in stock ready for deliv cry and sample books of the finest papers made which can be procured on short notice after selection taon Route BETWEEN y Louisville and Chicago BEST LINE TO California and the A Vast s Two trains dully V French Lick anti West Badea Sjrwgs ry STATION TDAUHORN STATION CIIICAUQ f Dining and Parlor Cars vPalace Drawing Room Sleepers E H BACON D P A N W Cor 4th and Mnrlcct Sts LOUISVILLE KY 1 p x f UNION LOUISVILLE 7 Y 7 L i- aY 1 y Northwcsty y BLACKWUL ROARK i i t J j- seosseossesssssss q trkeneral Insurance FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYS LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY BONDS We represent the HOME INSUR ANCE Co of N Y writes all kinds of farm and city property Give us a call when you want insurance 1tjJ 4v nLL1JllH1J I Dfi1Dll Irtlt1t1V111 i nI f fs J that S 1TFL ANY BED MBut always a STEARNS FOSTER Mattress for comfort Few of us own really comfortable mattresses 1 mattresses of the best grade of hair are a time But are expensive and must be done from to time to in condition Lowpriced hairmattresses are merely a corn the truth about their contents their uncleanliness and dangers would not make pleasant reading Tens of thousands have never slept on any thing but a hair neyer the luxury of a Stearns Foster more have used some cheap un comfortable makeshift because they did not know the best mattress of all was so inexpensive as to be within their reach If wo could induce all these people to sleep oa a Stearst Me Mattress for eo nichts if we could induce theme to try k that long and enjoy its luxurious restfulness its cam j would novcr eno it up aad sever use say etkw IHML Sold By The J L ROARK Estate lemsX Offices W A Wickliffe President C E Martin Vice Presi dent John T Reynolds Jr Cashier Ed S Wood Cashier Directors W A Wickliffe E j Puryear RT Martini Reynolds Jr Ed S Wood C E Martin Geo W if Subscribe for Record Only I i or 18 t 6 6 comfortablefor costlyremaking J1 1 7 j mattresshave en 7 a Joy Bf Andmany 4 4 0 ti 7 4 fcrtthey r h 3 or m JQ LC ai f 1 f I c c jTt i m X The Si H1 1 i piJijT1 Ar tF Io t B1 1 r 11 1 omisc y i Fete leep i e E- Xt h X LY 5cenville enucly Assistant Martin r a i 5Qj r a 8M O4L- f oWmEB Makes snosfl laealttiSoI food alum IRQ lime phosphates WI- No The only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar H T la I C fc R LOCAL TIME CARD I 41 NQ117U BOUND 152 LonUvllle Express 103 Cincinnati Express lOt Louisville Limited 138 Central City neeotn 135 rmlucah and Cairo nccom 121 Fulton Accommodation 101 New Orleans Special Nov 23 1009 WG 403 am 716 inn 615 am 1240p 340 FAILURE ANONYMOUS Thc foUtlcs lor the People was published In the collection entitled plenmsof Thought but no author was there credit HOP It Leon possible tits wrote Uie stirring which fojlovdng Is taken Jf t nl who seem to fall have failed indent fto all who fal have therefore worked In For nil our acts to many Issues lead And out or earnest purpose pure and plain Enforced by liouest toll or heart or brain The Lord will fashion In his own good time the his the laborers proudly humble Sulh ends as to hla wisdom tUIIettt chime With his vast Lores eternal harmonies Is no failure for the Rood and wise What though tby seed should fall by the And the birds snatch It Yet the birds are fed Or they may bear it far across the tide To tlc rich harvest after thou art 3obmbs buys beet hides tobacco deliveries have been Druggists are selling large quanti ties of cough remedies you want job printing the best be had at this office I St Valentine Is the ncxrevent that will interest some people Twogood shows are to be at the opera house next Tuesday and Fri day nights CourierJournal and RE CORD special subscription offer It has been many since had such a protracted spell of Miss Evalie Martin of Birming y See the great play St Elmo at the opera house on the night of Miss Ethel Gates has acceptedW position as deputy county clerk and Smallpox is prevalent at many points over the but no cases have been reported in this county up to the prcacnt Mark two dates for the opera house next week Tuesday and Friday night as both attractions are good and will draw heavy Pitttaan 13ros new meat shop near the Baptist church is ready for business Give them orders Do raise poultry Meet u others similarly interested in the It session to be held here county court day when a poultry association will b be organized Mr C 12 Lades returned from Louisville the latter part of j accompanied by his wife His general health is somewhat im tImproved but his hearing is v ly ebne J- c4a v v The Board of Supervisors will go into session again Monday i rfaad will bear complaints and com their work of equilization l rfie Board is composed of the Martin Stroud J L M V Moore Stewart Mfe Jobnstpn E R Dukes and t I f Itt Dr I t lint a o f pm oea t1 tit the II vnlnl There ici ite i h J tl 1ll itit i f ts i can i w II S t 4L i J i t C JI See the ri 1 S ears gloomy weather t ham Ky is Cnl to the iI 1C f Jan 27 t l t i Is Yl the office l state wi I I o your It OU h 1 J- J J it r S Ia i J W rpo t r I 0 0 xoR coounouxn- xo r i A6 j- f f Coidun- a ven 1 arced wayside 1 o j t dead b r s- haveI frar s here visit Misses Pur year t y z vt a 3tV is I r r 4 t 1 week 4 r y s py y Coin ty atr s l- t Pete I 1 wtnQfolio s pDivine- tr 4 s t e Royal Baking Powder is the H greatest savers to thepastry cook Economizes flour butter and eggs and makes the fooddigestible of time and labor 1 and healthful If a train is within a few hours of schedule it is doing well Court crowds continue tlim the weather being unfavorable Ribbons in stock for all type writers iu use at THE RECORD office Judge W H Yost of Madison vitle has been here on legal matters this week Thsre are some cases of diphthcua reported from various sections of the county Take your hides to Coombs who pays the highest cash prices If the sort of weather we have been having holds out through next month this winter will be entitled to a medal as the worst we have had in many years The heavy rain Monday night settled the mud to a large extent Creeks were high and caused some damage while the rivers are at the danger point Give Pittman Bros your meat orders New shop best service Ice is gorged in the Ohio river and people along that stream fear that Tce rcaics up and the sweeps over the low lands The recent heavy rain will add to the danger Ml boats that could possibly do so have sought shelter in creeks and other small harbors Representative Buford has intro duced a bill in the Legislature for an appropriation for a normal school at Frankfort to be known as the Central Normal School There is practically no doubt but that the appropriation will be made and the school will be established within the next two years For firstclass livery service in including closed carriages call on Barbour Head Mr Harry M Dean of TilE RE CORD has in last Mondays Times a poem A Wisp o Pennyrile that is a very clever verse Mr Dean is a contributor to the magazines and newspapers and accepted and published several very creditable stories and and his talent has been recognized to a pleasing degree In Mas New Husband which comes to the LaMeadc opera house on the 25th inst playgoers are promised farcial musical treat of the merriest kind It has scored heavily in other cities in which has been played and from all has proved a vogue for all who crave entertainment of a light clean snappy and lively type No less than 18 musical numbers every one of them new are on the program See offer on another page of TifE RECORD for and the daily CourierJournal for three months both papers for 150 S B Robertson of Calhoun who vrs reelected State Secretary of the American Society of Equit at the meeting just closed in fort lies given out the following re port concerning the Society in this state for the past year Kentucky collected 9508 74 the support of the national organization and 5315 for the State organization The balance on hand IB 5617 During the year more than 4000 new members were added increas in the enrollment to 11000 FouNDr On Cherry street Masonic button which owner can receive at this office by proving property j20 I d reatdall ml t Louis- vIlle U hash poems- a u I oneyear Frank- Ie for UCT l f ft i t Y t bc done lvhcnt ware providing i accounts 1 Circuit Court So far this has proven to be a light term of circuit court On ac count of the disagreeable weather of last week it was hard to get witnesses in attendance and most of the minor cases were There has been but one case of any importance brought to trial that of Clay Smith who was charged with the murder of Moses Kimmcll This case was called last Wedncsr r awl the wit ness Bessie Kimmdl a daughter of the murdered man anti who is also indicted took the stnrd against Smith She has a child about one month old and testified the criminal relation she sustained with the de fondant and v h h was t c moivc for the crime Su l a number of letters which she had from Smith and which was of a very damaging nature to him Thursday the jury brought in a verdict of gutlty and fxcd the punish meat at a life sentence in the penitentiary Smith filed a petition for a new trial but the motion was overruled He was taken to Madis onville and lodged in jail for safe keeping It is not thought he will appeal the case Pleasing Reception and Dinner One of the most brilliant social functions of this season was the initial dinner given by the members of the F D club Saturday even ing from 9 to 12 oclock at the resi dence of Mr and Mrs Walter Graves Crawford on North Main street in honor ot their husbands few gentlemen friends The reception and dining rooms were beautifully decorated for the occa palms ferns and pink and white carnations placed adding their beauty and fragrance to the scene At 10 oclock the danger was served The menu consisting of seven courses Toasts were given and responded to very gracefully by the gentlemen Covers were laid for twenty two The guests present were Messrs J and Mersdames W G Crawford G C Morgan L E Rice Robert Wickliffe H A McNary Misses Irene Lovell Ethel Oates Helen and Carrie Puryear Evalea Martin Birmingham Ky Grace Bohannon Morgan Clayton Rice Andrev Roll William 1annel IJeverly Martin atlas New Husband In Mas New Husbaud which comes to the opera house for a one night engagement next Tuesday evening jJajgccrs acd cysic lovers have in store a rare feast of comedy The book is by David Edwin who has several farce cesses to his credit the music and lyrics by well known This mirthful musical farce offers light entertainment of a breezy and refined character and it has been fillipg theatres to overflowing in all the cities visited this season The musical numbers run from solos to sextettes and vary in theme from comedy and sentimental to parody and topical Most of these have proved to be popular song hits Marriage License The following marriage license have been issued since the the Orie Blackwell to Ada Gossett Joe Low to Hattie May Doss A J Nicholls to Florence B Mohonj William Coffe to Annie Monaghan Vasco Brown to Sadie Bruce J A Rose to Jean D Miller R A Latham to Nancy Hunt Wagoner to Emma Levi Foster to Bulah Lee 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 lag to the best interest of the or ganization and to fully consider and carry out any and all routine work belonging to the regular coun ty union as set forth in the constitu tibn and bylaws All local unions will please send delegates as there ismuch work of importance to be considered J F Doss Pres M C U Messrs C H Goldsmith and W L Phillips of Earlinglon will be examined here tomorrow as to their qualifications for the practice of law In this state Judge Sandidge appointed Messrs Gray and Willis of the local bar to conduct the and on their dation will the license depend Highest prices will be paid for hides by Coombs id anda beingeffectively le t3 vrHolli nm J u andsong songwriters firstof ear Pearson- t recommen- a h t t s continued received ion sup Washington examination y y A Message to the Farmers A great deal of interest has been manifested editorially and throughout the South in the tour of Dr Siamnn A Knapp of the Department of Agri vulture in January and many have been received by him topics he will discuss on this journey Dr Knipp has very kindly consented to furnish the press and throught the press the farmers with the sul jcts of his ad dresses At Lexington Kentucky where he will speak p m hi sal j ret will be Kinds of Husbandry Suited to the Blue Grass Territory in which it will be shown tiat the blue region is specially adapted to certain lines of and these arc among the most profitable ot all The same gcreral method will be pursued in the address in the several outlining in each such as are most important and to the rural population Best meats of all kinds at Pittman Bros new meat shop telephone No 279 Wedding Mrs Jean D Miller and Mr J A Rose were married at the home cf the bride on Hopkinsville street at 8 oclock Wednesday evening January 12 in the presence of a few friends The ceremony was performed by Rev A 0 Barbee Both parties have a wide circle of friends and all join in hearty good wishes for long and useful lives and all that may come in the way of happiness Stray Notice Taken up as a stray by Arthur Lovell living one mile southwest of Greenville K one yellow cow about ii years old marked with overbit in left ear and valued L lades and Rufus Eades at 15 The said Arthur Lowell states under oath that he has not changed any of the marks of said cow This nth day of January 1910 ARTHUR LOVEIL Subscribed and sworn to before me by Arthur Lovell this iith day 041 J Hf LdYfiLL J P It is being planned to have a meeting of the poultrymen of the county here on Monday January 31 county court day Everyone is urged to be present as it is organize a county poqltry This is a growing industry here and the field is susceptible of great dcvelopmat Nothing could do this quicker or more effectively than a county association OPERA HOUSEO- NE XKUIT ONLY TUESDAY JAN 25 SECOND ANNUAL TOUR fliftfly SCOTT CO FURIOUSLY rUNny MUSICAL STEW merrily served in three courses c r inquiries askingwhat on J 215t at U grass husbandry states policies altered- or M c T rdesigned- to association tnESHtT8 TU otherwise tnnarv a pliable Miler se by- E r t 1T UoukHAYIDKDWIX Music and LyvicsUKO PLBTCIItiK- to New Clown Catchy0 Musical A OllISAT SHOW is the mmniraoua verdict concerted by press critics and theatre going public Seats on sale at Gowiljslors Drugstore PrlCGH 25 3S anc1 BQ Get a set of pneumatic rubber tops for your keys Greatest aid to operation of any machine hs ihqm mid y 5u asked to call for alPQkj Net1 Husband ii f 18 cat ues are t jH 1i 1 lH j c f 1 Ell typewriter Ivark J SGQUQ in MAS NEW HUSBND Opera House Tuesday Jan 25 rI f l League Program Sunday Evening January 23 Leader Irene Drake Hymn Prayer HymnScripture passages Belcher HymnBible Illustration Duet Margaret Taylor Jessie Ray Pittman Open meeting I At How Much Do I Value My Conscience Mary Hayes 11 How Do I Prove My High Valuation of Conscience Miss Cherry HI How Can We Examine Our selves Mary Taylor IV Recitation ConscienceChar he Lovell Prayer CollectionQuartette Benediction A Pleasiug Entertainer Mrs D H Kiacheloe onville appeared here at the opera house last Friday evening and gave one of her delightful entertainments Her whistling is fine her piano playing pleasing and while she was suffering from a cold her vocal numbers showed that under normal conditions she has an voice A a negro impersonator she has few equals and her represen tation of the negro piano player was almost perfect and highly Taken as a whole her was one of the most di versified we have had here in a long while and the audience was well impressed Call Pittman Bros new Best of everything in this line Telephone No 279 A bill has been introduced in the Legislature by Senator Newcomb of Louisville which provided for electrocution as the mentis put ting convicted criminals to death instead of hanging which has beet the method in use here n e Kentucky became a state The bill provides that all electrocutions take place within the walls ofthe State penitentiary and limits the witnesses to prison officials sheriff of the the condemned was a of each paper published m the where the prisoner was convicted The bill carries an appropriation of 7000 to install the necessary dice trical apparatus and construct a death chamber Get THE RBCOKD one year and the daily Courier Journal three months both for j5 1 5 The day and a sunihini since Tuesday noon has been very enjoyable and coupled with the warm weather have put farmers to active work The streets simevvhat nor animation since the weather opened up as several people who were for some time have again taken up their regular stands Card of Thanks The many arts of kindness shown during my recent bereavement have deeply impressed me and to one and all I desire to thus express my thanks Such acts can never Lc forgotten ESIIUL MANN Concrete York Contracted I am prepared to do pavement and other concrete work and shall be glad to make estimates In pave mcnts limestone is used in base and surface throughout cotnplj ing with in every particu tar Give me an opportunity to bid on your contracts s 17 R C MtJGR GKEJj I AddressMrs M of Madis acc ptable f countywhere convictedalso count j hiof V cityspecifications J i f i t yinn enjoyable entertainment meat hop ever representative sha shutout 1 r 4 CITY ORDINANCES The City Council of the City of Greenville Kentucky do ordain as follows to wit An ordinance changing the salary of the City Attorney That Section 5 of Article 4 of the Ordinances of the City of Green vine as amended In au ordinance approved March 3rd 1908 be and in lieu thereof the be enacted salary ol the City Attorney shall be 200 co per year Approved Jan 3 1910 J W LAAI Mayor ORIEN L ROAUK Clerk Sentence Ssrwoas Avarice makes every blessing a burden True worship Qcnnot be kept with in wallsIt to bury aspirations ambition The best argument for piety is its application As soon as you have life you have the inexplicable He who shakes at public opinions never makes it You never find lose sight of yourself Often the little kindnesses do No man can silence his foes till he can silence himself Religion never means much until it is more than all religions He who thinks he is debtor to none is usually pauper to all Vices and virtues both renew their youth as they are exercised You cannot get a man to reverence that which he knows is not right- A lonesome little orphan sin al ways turns out to have plenty ot cousins The ensivtt arguments to are those that follow our The ir Mhjf iih the slf cnnsci n is thu he tower knors hi1 true self Its no us praying for your hus baud while the potatoes getting scorched When a man has hfs religion in his wifes name he always kicks on the t xs The mijsiwn of may be to teach us to enrich the ht pi of others If you wouUl be at peace lh v you must be willhig to war with s intone It is easy uj make the bible a curs by Uili g u as a barrier you and your brother No man ever lost anything in the heavenly race by going out of his way to aid another fellow Some men so conceited they never know whether thew are con fessing faultSVor adverlibing virtues T repealed I ourself 1 construct appetites ire sorrow h aces our t f beat are oJ f following tithe under until ou host tir e universallovev amt ttY lien I White Sewing Machines in rotary and vibrator needles shuttles etc in stock for all machines STORE Messrs T R under the firm name of Pittman Bras have secured the VickHffe Bros Meat Market and jill be glad to II i gSf1f T o L tl1 i AI l t I ROAI ICS anti Pit tman hayethe atr thepubllc One of Girls A young lady who recently mark htni Became very popular members of the youngtr set and her beauty and brightness received mote than the usual amount of attentions One young man who can be always depended upna to fill the breach and help out iu the supply of company was asked to call anti he did called again and some more but he made little headway in tne esti mation of the girl Another of the boys who late In the game made grate an impression with the girl and sire finally asked him about the boy wh6 had been so devoted ihit he was present in season and ut of season Why he is me our very ntce3t girls havent you had yoarhair l the The girl was what abishad anti said Vh certainly I have not had him my lie did comment on its beauty but never suggested that he desired to dress it I believe you are making fun of both of us and do not like it The boy stood to his guns and came right back with something like this My state meats as to the boy are correct accomplishments of friend It may be that he made no effort to let you have him dress your hair but Qu iHfeftcvibai Vre frsr been admiring your halt shows that he is coming to it as that is his usual mode of procedure This had the desired effect as the hairdresser always found a previous engagement m the way when be attempted to It Oar itVISit withthe I f I spin facthe f J t I tI polJri isumpJ VU dress IIIt J rl v 1k Jf i n trt hane m JI callagain icst I 5 w aped him dress oua many r ham 4 Sa fit a Z 4 look i rv 4ti t I illTllfQ ur electric enables us to handle promptly all orders fur job printing Give us your jiusi and we insure satisfaction Posters i Circulars Invitations Statements Bill Heads Post Cards Note Heads Letter Heads Calling Cards Receipt Books Shipping Tags Business Cards Circular Letters Annojucements In Fact Everything to take Cardul for your female troubles because ve are sure it will help you Remember that this great female remedy I Progr un r r J lIV Ask You t ness a l tWe1oP3 f I vi OFE I ti has brought relief to thousands of her women so why not to oft i For headache l erlodical pQics female ho dlt Is tM beat medlclnQto TryU I it d in01 aa VA3 0 i- r If f t nick backache F weak ness many tyke its books mnagazints etcrget then this of eq t n J3 Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Cskets Robes Wrapper Slippers Grave Vaults j 4 ifillitf i 3i i Ii It j U c r i 1 t ROARKFurniture W llp per i r p p i j 0- i r i 3 DisinfectioaROARS HARD TO BEAT rot KEPVS Ferrsyfvala Turglcr tvlcfniy lievstt in Kakiiig Hlmaslf fcrUtls While He CaalJ For pare mnc ami cus ctlaoc a burglar of Wilkcehnrro Pft now holds the lon j distance retonl lie go into house of njrrtl AVilliam Crossley tho other nnsackcd it of everything ho wnnlnl iul then concluding it wns n col night long liuu till delight he got into Led wilh Croialey and rrit to sleep most of the covers over on his sido Alter awhile hub old man voko up sluTOring anti tried to the blankets back Then he covered tho intruder who swore vig orously at being disturbed and told old man Crossley to lie still Cross ley discovering what was up did BO and Sir Burglar wrapping the Hairs share of the clothes about him snooxcd until diwu and then de camped with moat of Crossleys household effects Crosslcy is glad however that ho loft the bedclothes o ten i the nig nod h pulling d I t I U t a pull- I S f EVOLUTIONS romea of n wealthy family born without an appendix j WAYS AND MEANS A couple of girls after the man lier of girls since the world was young were recently discussing the affairs of their various friends I dont EGG why in the Clara lets that little snob Charlie to see her so often 1 tho dark haired one said They are to t gethor almost constantly Humw the blond commented with a worldly wise little smile Well I dont I wouldnt friend asserted He is not looking and has such ugly ways Yell perhaps he has ugly ways but such handsome means 1 the oth cr adid and something very near u Bigh got past the piece of fudge she hastened to put into her Sunday TO LIVE AMONG LEPERS Mrs Frank H Parker of Mel den Mass has gone with her hits band to take up her permanent resi deuce in the leper colony on the island of Pcnikcsc Dr Parker was recently appointed superintendent of the colony He has for a long time been a student of the disease nnd is firmly convinced that he greatly relieve the sufferers It is Eaid that before accepting the ap pointmcnt he consulted with his wife expecting her to oppose his acceptance because of the it would entail Much to his prise was not only willing for hint to go but insisted on accompanying him 1 LIPTONS SMOKING i Sir Thomas Lipton is a very witty man and many smart replies are placed to his credit jJere is which occurred at the time of last cup race when he was in ca His host brought out a box very fine cigars and handed them to him I do not know whether you will like these cigars Sir Thomas be said What do you generally smoke Bacon was the quiet reply SCARCER THERE THAN HERE Miss Blanche Bates the cminent actress in the course of a luncheon that she gave at Sherrys in York to her sister artiste Miss aMine Farrar said a witty thing about marriage n heaven we arc told she re marked there is no marriage nor giving in hiftir h v v Slits smiled r 1 Kl A v v f1 v 1J lweTc I i10uld say he CO1J fi waf 0 O Dlnnl como mouth- S I t i j Jt1 she further t it Anion- S f it Jf 9ft OJ III 11 4 I 1 n fjfl 1 t ii J t li JNq woqd lwl ronCltJren- J 1 Ao EU rO I rt IIf Ii1r r p5 SSI j world- if I her- 1f good- S MagazIneS p I 4 ISAS can- separation- stir- IS oneS a 7 t oft 4 F t SS 4 a NewS a I a LflJ crejo BEGINNING WITH SHEEP Skill In Shepherding Is tho Uoynsta to Cucsess- I t me mlvls tha begiuner to Inrl vIi a few say V OL the TJnlverilty of llliujH rothem closely ad often nml i learn their natures i KUI nnythlnrr else will teach y u iv 10 ntmugo them Yau Co nut lnvc tj live ltJ them hut an an okl pbpphcril rall Ilio shadow of tho fbcphenl sliriU IK over them The cntlcipatlen of their llh nUll needs It the highest test of the slumlords shiLl nnd It Is this that every beginner fibouJil ret learn Tile keynote to succeanful shet p bus bnndrv anywhere 13 skill In shpplienl lag C n ful telcctlon of fouurlntlon stock Is all Important The ewes shoiM be strong In constitution healthy lull active 13y the term healthy we moan that they be free from su h intoruul parasites as stomach worm Upc v ru etc The farm that tins not had iCii on it for a number of years Is uxitaly clean nUll If the beginner Introduce n iufoic1 sheep upon liL farm hu greatly reduces the chaact of attacks froiu parasitic dlscnsea Active owes with strong constitutions usually uurst well and Impart nipld growth to the lambs xrhich Is a very Important tic tor hi making lambs prime for au early market where they nearly always sell at fancy prices Cno of tho Dcst Crosses One of the best crosses is to brccul a pood pure bred ram cf any of the UOwn breeds upon ewes having a strong In funion of Merino blood weight of flcpco the Merluo also Imparts hardiness whllo the Down blood secures a carcass which meets with favor on the market Beware of Indiscriminate crossing or the use of Inferior graia rams because either methoJ results in lack of uniformity and quality In tho Cock Helping Out th1 Pastures Anrd3 ftjni allotted pasture the flock shdukl havo ft djaupu orrasioijally at tlu neglected laces Tlioy enjoy cleaning up corners Rape ami cowpoaa or soy beaus sown hi tho eorft before the last cultivation furnish excellent forage lu early nutu ui for jubs retained for yaarlhs Often the brccJIng owes can bo Given a brief run upon tills sowing to hush them In preparation for the breeding season A smitH acreage of winter rye servos well to satisfy the ewes and lambs In j early spring until the pa n a reaeed safflcJj r pj Mig Iu winter fWi y ii r grower has some iPgumSnous hay such as clover or cowpca hay he inny RiO the grain that Is cheapest and easIest available Tho Gsncral Purpose Farm Many farmers get the Won that nil they have to do is to breed their non descript mares to some legjy conch or hackney to get a general purpose farm horse We have seen hundreds of colts from this kind of breeding and must say that not 5 par cent of them are even fair specimens of the general pur IK EC horsa while 00 von cent cr more are failures from every point of vpw wrltca a breeder In Denver Field and Farm We have seen much better re suits when the coach stallion has boon a finer and more compactly built one or when a hackney or American trot ter of compact smooth muscular type hat been the sire These obrervatlouj load to the conclusion that this latter plan Is the surest one to bring souse measure of success iu producing a gen oral purpose farm horse THE SWINEHERD Have plenty of help Ji UauUlIng tlp heavy hogs Ipg to the JMgs showing signs of thupns should lc stirred out of the nest toots vegetables together wllli scraps from the house should be given to the hogs One of the bsst foods for plg Is mlddlng3 snys the Panugra Atiro cule They will do well on It when mixed with water If mixed with skim milk It Is a better food and whey la superior to breeders make the mistake of keeping the herd boar in a email dirty pen and provide no yard for hint to erclse In He should have a strong pet and a yard of about an aero awny froin the rest of tho herd Pigs of about the same ago anti size thrive best when confined li yards by themselves They look better food better and sell better A good rule to follow la to make largo yards and not the plga on too small au area Small or weak pigs can bo nourished on tho bottle containing warm cows milk with a Httjo sugar added Clean disinfected yards help keep the cholera away A good bog house means scot hog businessAdditional experiments at tho To routo experiment station confirm the results at the Vermont and other that for young and growing hogs slightly sour milk Is a better feed than sweetGet the hogs to market when they are properly fitted When they get heavy cud do not cat readily they are fitted When they get fat and up to a good weight gain or weight la put on nt an Increased cost Save your breeders from the sows that are the best mother A quarantine pen Is necessary on every farm where bogs are kept should be made tight Any new bogs that come Into the herd should be PIne cdiln It and confined until nil danger Is past she i I all t t sue Just r I thoroughly water- Man o eon no sta- tIon jiyIf y It JIt y t o t y t rIsk eT1uI Besides p Horse L cellar- tin gung I and- ALCOHOL IN SICKNESS waasaam At nr of the London rclL hot u j utor l r rin it f In alcohol t h jatii rraiviy r x f Wich n I the r a ia n ita r ocir1 entry i rMvn tant rci I him Iu f vo ui of ixiatn c nfpiiij ilooh1 uia bun evcnty ono Tho eases received MO like those received nil tim other For the nam bored 1317 inpatients only The u50lhr to amcafj o w i per For tha w KJ y rf average tn ito ir London Lf i vii J i vr cent Therefore o v vi alccLcl in sid uftM ia itCfc to lie ncces AlLion h irnct physic ns pre Gciibo aleo ol in cician cf nnto I rr tin dlnot believe i v L lil years ago wi u Dr T V lirco itc to up ij vs ubn crre Uou for the 01 vonipu in a to use form he used a a solvent und pure of npr strength is u better colvtnt live of Use active meoicmal princiiJlcj iu cf our hidi ennvs cr native plants th 5 Dr Piorce that iia lycerLit being ei IA intrinBio properties of great value No woman v ho h pjjE rini from inflammation from the paius mutt drains incident to iiromanliood c i afford to be without Dr Tierces F orite An hours niCl ciuo 7hioh has the largest number en i tj iu credit a popu kr r f r to cwo roll over t Uniid Ltutoa Dr Pierce tells vi just wliat ij contained in his Favorii ITS ixannniEKTS ARE Golden Seal root Caaa donsia Ladys Slipper root podium Oohush roei n piow lilnc Cth sh Ti oi Thslictrjidc Pure GhrccrSne Among the uirJica zion of county wh i me d auovu tu UIM i remedies for nervous conditions uci i untj upon disorders f the vomaiiv and for tho cnro of those cat ul condi tion in the affected ai Edwin M Halo M Professor of Maieria Median at Ilahncmann Medical Col Iwge Chicago Prof John M D tho American Dispensatory Woman and her Wood Bartholcw sid otiicra Address a postal card t T T1 v a com u seat to j you wfiluiut cc r 7 ouro biHottincM sick and 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