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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ffiMSffigfe Record Advertising Costs Nothing It pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates I KggSS8SSS k ll f 0 iltc ttW I y I It White Sewing Machines in rotary and vibnftor needles shuttles etc in stock for all machines STOREROAR ZS ANY BED FOSTER Mattress forff Few of us own Heavy mattresses of the best grade ql hair are for a time But are expensive and costly remaking must be done from to to in condition Lowpriced hair mattresses are merely a the truth about contents their uncleanliness and dangers would not make pleasant reading Tens of thousands have never slept on any but a hair en joyed the luxury of a Stearns Foster And more have used some cheap un comfortable makeshift because they did not know the best mattress of was so inexpensive as to be within their reach If wo could induce nil these people to sleep on a rn Poster Mtlreu for GO nights if QffdA in ycq them to try it tHat leas and it u rfc reptfulqcss it sleepinducing com fort thsjr never hive it up and never any other kin4t Sold By lhe J L ROARK Estate I F a fTENi j y I coin I I mattresshave never I A wand u i I aJ- t comfortable mattrGsSeI r man Sty vie nJo aY 9 1 TM Registered POUIfDCHlNA ROAR NOXAL YONDER Mo Z4507 sire Perfec Ye er dam QUEEN QUALITY a fine individual from a perfect strain of prize winners is now in service at 100 cash in The patronage of the pujblijC is solicited J E b lL only COO l S i JJissclls cyco carpet sweepers the vets latest models i t great factory are ftomks furniture store If yjtrti have never used a sweeper you cannot possibly appreciate the advantages Cull a demonstration GO YEARS EXPERIENCE a tkctrh and cirrofunlnn freeI wlicthur n lUvfiiUTon nn JwlWH HOB03Kon1atcgS tent ilitrst nuonor n iluii Co fccctTI tcirliJnok without Clinnss JuMi Ahftnrtsomclrlln I recKtclr i cuUtloil of nor Turnii 3 a rcnr our ft Sold byull nowmlwilcw JUmnjliOmco C5 IT BUWiubUiitonDC I from for iRfCC OCI EopvthoHrs 6c I j k titntf e Jff n n trAted 1Y1 1Y tlc f U 7 rM this forsake 1 a 1 3Agft Jlp opesse C Iran 1l 0 U 0 36Wroadway or rw 1 tc 1bb1J I I r i I m 1 Muhlenberg County is rich in coal iron timber potters and the most inviting field in I for investment ofcapital and pluck i j row WVWXX Jla1jfkIilw etc Kentucky llf f clay r x x GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 3 1910 SOc PER YEAR IN ADVANCENO 1- OLI ol 5 I The Danger of Lead Waterpipes In an article on chronic lead poisoning published not long ago the warning was given that water that has stood overnight in new pipes should never be used for drinking or in cooking and it was added that the mineral matter in ordinary drink ing water forms an insoluble coating on the interior of waterpipes in the course of a few weeks which prevents further Although this statement was quali lied by the further warning that lead pipes should not be used in cisterns since rainwater is devoid of mineral mutter it is possible it might be misconstrued as a sanction of the use of lead pipes in all wells and in the service of a plumbed houseAs a matter of fact it is the water is very is when it contains salts of cilcium and magnesium in large amounts lhat or less Insoluble lining is form ed in the pipes This lining of lead is however dissolved if the water becomes slightly acid or when it is hot Water for making tea or coffee should therefore never be taken from the hotwater faucet In regions where the is soft in these for example where the soil is of granite ongn as in most parts of New England no in soluble coating is formed over a lead surface such coating as there is being itself poisonous and easily re dissolved That this is no imaginary danger is shown by the investigations of numbers of state and municipal boards of health In one specific instance in a small town in no less than twenty one out of twentyfive houses examined the drinking water was foupd to be dangerously contairainatcd with lead The symptoms by these l l taken In water are not iVut thf as te conG mlv Ju j ei jiuizedrsymptOmstl p isur ing and m absence of anything leading one to suspect this trouble j t damage has been done beiug the indirect result of the mis take of useing lead pipes to conduct the water used for drinking or in culinary operations Where the water if not of such a quality as infallibly to form an inso bible compound with lead it will be wiser and iu the end incomparable cheaper to use some other material ft constructing the system of water gilpply for the house or if lead pipes arc to permit the laying of tOO only W which the lead is covered by a lining of tin We have extirpated humor from our modern literature but we trust not suppose that we are there fqre inorial than Elizabethans literature was full of gross humor It may be that we are only more afraid of ourselves and each other This kind of fear is destruc jIVe not only pf gross humor but of humor of all kinds In its essence humor is brave as it is honest but cowardice and dishon esty there come base substitutes for it substitutes that make fun things with a humorous air and so bring humor itself into dis Times Chas W Roark is local rep resentative of some of the best fire insurance companies preciate your business which will be cared for promptly and in the very best manner Treble of la Kiasas Editor The editor of the Glen Elder Sentinel is hiding this week and armed posses are said in search of him Last week he wrote up a local wedding and by mistake got the wrong girls Both girls the bridegroom half a dozen sweethearts and other neqpje are a hand in pur fjsli That Jap mid Cljaib Qqc qfJhj ieecast of qdd crca tures js the nnjd skipper or jumping flsh of large rivers of India and the neighboring At ebbtid these little fishes leave the water to t 1 contamination- i t onlywhen hardthat I a i a- more II 1 t J 1 springwater I t t i if t J tted i may go on parable I t or even P rJ J tjf4 lI ted j more 1 j 1 tV t I oC- t noble creditLondon rr II t J andwillap I j t t to be t f name the writeup- f many i the 1 ult I r c 1 it l Io jI r 1 j r I i water f R a R caused vaminute quantities of lead repeatedly costa the e the poisoning until irrc t w chronic invalidism death a l 5 gross whose pith e 1f Ai r 1 inr twin t 5 seacoasts i 4 l hunt for tiny crabs lies etc and their strong pectoral and ventral fins aided by their tail enable them to move about easily and climb upon trees grass and leaves With their huge eyes seeming to project far out from the socets they can see as well on the land as in the water They in short quick leaps effected by sharply bending the rear third of the body to the left and suddenly straightening it In color they are usually light brown with dark bands though they sometimes appear light green They are easily caught and arc much used in Burma for live bait Sentence Sermons Must moral astigmatism is due to the squint of envy You never get near to God by running away from men He who knows no God outside his church knows none therein Hatred is never so loathsome as when it assumes a holy name The better the cause the greater ths mischief of a base method The best cure for worry is to find some one who needs your help We can usually trust our friends to discover Providence in our The see the faults of others the more blind they are to thejr needs Too many mistake their own pathology of humanity for a system of divinity No man believes in any real heaven who does not sweat to make it real here One true man in a false faith is better than a score of false men in any true faith Theres a much ignored difference between beating our drums and beating the devil Some men measure their truthful ness by their dexterity In jugglihp Some people the are grounded on tie are only stranded on itsstidals No man ever paid too little for a selfish indulgence or too much for the joy of sacrifice Some arc so anxious about their endings they get around to making a beginning Some men will not be content with their polish until they have ground all principle away Why We stronger lio o4 Greeks and Romans were eat admirers af health and strength heir pictures and statuary made the muscles of the men stand out like cordsAs a matter of fact wo have ath letes and strong fed on fine strength making food such as Quaker Oats that would win in any contest with tho old or Greek ohampiqns Its a matter of food The finest food for making strength of bone muscle and nerve is fine oatmeal Quaker Oats is the jest because It is pure no husks or stems or black speokB Farm ors wives are finding that by feeding the farm hands plentifully on Quaker Oats they get tho best results in work and economy If you are convenient to tho store buy the regular size pack ages if not near tho store buy the largo size family package Concrete Work Contracted t am prepared to do pavement and other concrete work and shall be glad to make estimates In limestone is used in base and surface throughout complying with city specifications in every particu lar Give me an opportunity to bid on your contracts R C McCRACKBN Very Serious It a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BUCK DRAUGHT The of this old relia ble racdidnc for constipation and liver trouble is firm ly It nor imitate other medicine l q pptter than it not be the fa yenta liver with a larger sale than all others combined SOLD m TOWN F troubles better men r f t pre menmen Roman 2 pavements s 17 hcd or wQu d IT11 i ic i I I progress j ill who think faith never indigestion ta DR J W BARLOW Crown and Bridge WorV Jot ut reasonable prices OtUce up stairs In thcJuiica lluiliUnp- Oreeiivlllu Ky DR T J SLATON and Surgeon Ofllcc Maincross street uonr MnlnHtrent II CAM HOWARD WAQt II GRAY HOWARD 6RAY IwAWYBRSOffice la Ore to BalldlnJ cade Iotel DR LOUELLA HELTSLEY OSTEOPATH Office at Home East Maincross Street Telephone No 78 Z O KING Notary Public and Li censed Auctioneer CENTRAL CITY KY Sales Made Anywhere in County Terms Reasonable Box J3 Plane ft DBNTIST Physician I J opposite YOUR sUY soOL xmEsMoFURS Feathers Tallow Beeswax Gi Goldea Seal YellawlRpri are Dealers a f Jc LJan Qt p m Bank Write f lul mil Pin3 tags We fur wool SONS I tase 229 E LrJet St 1 fd ff cng c can FYaq abls Reference la Louis we pncg bcgsfreeI- i1 5A13ELr ranuMtD IN LOUI5VILLEEY a Wo fairy FURSHides ancH Vcnl Fcatben Follow Ueett Clrjenci May Apple Wild Ginger etc dealer auloJwd ia 1856 Oren half a eerwty ia LaaniRe end can do better for y i Jagenii or eomnutam mciclaau Reference Wri Its wtsJJj price liU Dd liipcaa R3i SaboJ Sena 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE XY GolJcn dow toot War any Baakfn lounihc ttu Take advantage of our clubbing offer and get the Courier Jour nal three Tim HaQuu one year for only Jjfsd 7 I Qnlli r f daily KING OF THROAT AND LUNG REM ED ESJ I n LOQILIr tfn0 W Th cif t ltrji n iMtrr oak h a ut for vnrpp UKIOJT rrooe co c PU IS r JHVfurff fs take Cswhl To jo feraab S this great 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improved and will recommend Car dui to nIl my suffering friends sl eight My greatest trouble was irregu 1 trouble yeas yyk AI r Tak J48 frLt CARDUIjt1 I The Womans Tonic Kip rare rhecUcinal herbs of Cardui are imported by iho ntaiitifatturers Europe and arer not to be f in oicr Tip ici A icvv n diuc u4 iLiiic ovt aiy c medicine Iori pveV50 years Gsrdtif has been the iavbrite worn have faith in its curative tonic powers because of the thousands of other laUies it has helped Try it today I d ia i rlh 1 er n 1 gie C if The like it because it is so easy to take so gentle so so reliable in its results and iVrik Dept Ch1 I10 Tenn Rome Treatment tr vcrren tent free c a h direct froIn M fj xW- as 11 arts medicine ladies sale hdtiscry Medicine fcr rec ii IaJttutiuattutiua antpage book l 1 I 3ft P J X Roark Estate furniture dealers and undertakers hag aided to Its fqtrip mint in the undertaking department a Francis Engraving Hachine as illustrated This machine is one of the very few ia the State and ges to show the progressive spirit of the management in providing equipment generally considered necessary only in the larger cities With this machine the Him will now be able to supply ndivldufllly engraved casket name of the starred stock pattens usually employed And while the city undertakers make a charge of 5 for such PLates the people of couuty will receive them absolutely without estia regardless of character of outfit purchased Tko aiachive has boots in the show wjcdovv of t w firm for sonic days and its beauty and the perfect work it have b en admired by hundreds of people Articles of every clura tw con sugravcd in much better mannerthan usually lope by hand This machine aids to th complete undertakrnj establisbrrcrti this territory the firm has the practicing licensedembalmer In the county a rise fuaeral largest stoo a ef coffins caskets wrappers slippers etc complete equipment aaitary To provide the best in every branch is the con stunt study of the anajtinent and the generous appreciation shown by the public has caused still weeper and greater detenninsUou on tie part of the concern to give constantly improving service end on the most favorable basis With this in other ffaturea will ba added from time to time as they appear The Francis is fitted with all attachments for engraving artcles of any chaffer end the mechanical perfection of the machine appeals to all Th public is a special invitation to cull at Anv time and see the for lhe Record Only 1J1nuwtu Ettgtnbiitg f Instead t l rubes I work Jl1 r I view 1I rJ I 8 50eI I r F of I tr io I i iItar1Uirsp i i elates cost the t doer be- n host ant car fat dLsiufec4oa 3 I Ff machineS sar yns w a yt w R tY tY 1 An independent rnnuMHKti THIUWPATB HT RECORD PRESS r l r IH REtORD f t y- i Q 2 0N 111 e- i y Newnltlrr-t wt 1 IttuK I1I11I1 OwKN Un1XN tlinARK Soc t I fry OKIBN L UOAKK EDITOR LangOistunce Telephone Mo 72 Offlce In new rear if tur RrouiuJ lloor SOWS PER YEAR IN ADVANCE TERMS price of piper pny be in ailwucv and n the Unit has expired to whlcJi It 1 paid the paper will be Mopped CnrdH of thanks ohltuurr notices If net longer thin ton lines will W free A cliarc per line will be mn lr for succeed ing lines No of this rule to nnyori- Pree copies will be mulled AdvsrtlsemcntH will balu erte l will be fumlbied ou request Address n i k nil re mittance payable to RfcUO D 1KESS THURSDAY 3 1910 Entered at the Greenville KypOBioni ie us matter THE comet has appeared It is now time for some fakir to predict the end of the worlI PKOUAHLV there are more mdig nant and unwilling vegetarians in the country now than ever before in its history WHEN a fair daughter of the south says President Taft is a light and graceful dancer we are bound to believe lice JvATHER than argue the point at length let it be conceded that good butteriiie is at least no worse poor butter AT the present time there are enough vegetarians in the United States to form a large and danger political party PUOF JKSPURSOX says it dosent make no difference if you do use two negatives in the same sentence this is a free country x As TO the cost of living we shall see in due time whether or not choice cuts of watermelon are higher this year than in previous years iARrEPORTS are in icirculation that i ertaih halting are bracing for the struggle with their appetite for meat by reading The Jungle again NOT necessarily for publication but in order to arrive at a correct understanding of the matter are you eating any of those cheaper cuts of beef Somebody must be doing it ONE thousand or more postofiiccs in the country were robbed last year but the magazines and illustrated weeklies stand ready to prove to Mr Hitchcock their entire inno IF you believe that the cold warehouses are responsible for the high cost of living you are ready perhaps to a pledge not to buy or cat anything that comes from a cold storage warehouse No RFPRATK JY and tragically it is proved by railroad wrecks that the eyes of an engineer do not serve in fallibly to catch the danger signals set against him He runs by warning which is useless if it escape hU vision and loss of life is a sacri fice to his inattention and It presents itself as sensible to pretending ho knowledge of railroad operation and it be accepted as practical by those who have that the sense of hearing should be added as a sentinel supple menting that of sight A warning ot the danger against which the en gingeers eyes have not acted to protect him and his train may be sounded by an explosive which will reach his ears t could be wished that inventive genius would devise a contrivance would reach inside the cab when an engineer overruns a danger signal cuff him over the head re verse his engine set the brakes give him his time and automatically sus pend him for six months Ignoring the impractical beauties of such an arrangement it may be submitted to the men responsible for the safety of railroad operation that a signal can be set for the cars as will as the eyes and that where the latter have failed to catch the warning it may be forced upon the former The torpedo is used to apprise the engi neer that they are close to a tram ahead One fails to understand why the torpedo st with the signal light cannot be used to cry out that set at danger ri The le or be 11 sample card 1 Uruenvtllc a t I oi f t f i t 4 lt SJf rtit J t i9 f coming i n J ti cence e I Y It1 j j t t i I J J may I I f I o which a t 1 I f I t i a signal was I t 4 I 4 II J xnil r r the t etc Arate ali eommutcatlou Pty flat JaRY reeond class T n thane y TP ious u t S tr ego themselves r r 1 a storage sign t thee heedlessness those r 3 r t a- a f tr b nfl A 4 a wr k d 3 1 r tlbt r e TilE APPENDIX TO THE CHRONICLES OF CONTEST t of Ulilymu The of IMUte The urpuiizntlon f the eoiiHplrarjr 1oiilauHlinvrt n M iullx to lw written to the Citron liICN of Content and wo therefore write It with no malice aforethought but with klml feoltiitfrt niul Kwiil will to nil parties eonccrne CHAPTER I I r o The ntJllI lung e e e t e ee e e ea oe ese o e eee 0 e eeee e e choo tug The ehunnred forum Now the Chronicles of Contest were written by Rudolph the his torian and are found in his book of tribes in which he makes mention of two certain tribes that inhabit the province of Munic in the land of Kent cal vl the Kcpushes and Demoskites Rudolph describes these tribes as being a distinct peo pIe in their religious manner of wor ship that the Repusites believe in the resurrection and follow after righteousness and practice the truth and worship the true God while many of the Demoskites deny the resurrection and follow after all kinds of mischief scheming and craftiness and worship strange Gods He relates that these tribes have long been at a political warfare with each other about who shall have dominion over the province of Munic and that the Repusites have succeeded in holding the official control of the province for a of years altho the Demoskites have made repeated attempts by contest and conspiracies to over throw their rule and reign Now it is the custom of the pro vince at the expiration of every four years and during the first part of the month of Marchesvan a day is set apart during which the people of both tribes cast lots called by the Greeks votes for certain to rule over the province and to have the control of official affairs and it always happens that about such periods the Demoskites become re bellious and seek to get control of the province and to administer the official affairs by confederating in to contests and conspiracies to over throw the dominion of the Repusites They do this by selecting out some of their mighty men and deputising them to go before the people ask their lots for and then they commence thtpractice of all kinds of cunningness and devices all kinds of stratagem make ac cusatlons and charges against the RepusitesRudolph relates in closing his treatise on those tribes that during the reign of Balak over the land of Kent that there was a certain De moskite called Didymus Invest who had long been a noted schemer and a mighty man of his tribe gift ed in contest and conspiracies and crafty Now this Didymus is a very valiant man daring and courageous he banded some other Demoskites with him and formed a conspiracy and contest to defeat the rule of the Repusites and he called to bis assistance an high priest Ba laam of Madi also one Timothy of Centralia a city of much wine Now this Timothy is a trumpeter for he taketh great delight in blowing his trumpet in public places and Didy mus chose him for a trumpeter and made war upon the Repusites by contest and Didymus and Timothy sounded loud their trumpets to rally the people but the sounds of their trumpets were harsh and without melody and they failed to make the people hear and Didymus was de feated in his project and his col leagues were scattered and Didymus himself barely escaped to the house then peace was restored and righteousness prevailed over the province until the time for casting lots arrived to again select rulers for the province and the Demoskites again became rebellious there were some of their mighty men who were considered cunning and crafty and who had great desires to rule ov er the province they indicated wil lingness to enter into a conspiracy against the Repusites These men were called Ruel Kato Rahab Judas and Ramcses and being urged by the chief priests and scribes of the Demosjcites to go be fore the people to ask for their lots and to wage a conspiracy The Re pushes that were going to oak for lots to be made rulers of the Uml were Paul Barnabas Luke Clem ent Cornelius and Shem Yurber and Lycurgus Now when Didymus found out the design and intentions of the Demos to enter into nmothipcoiispir acy be pallet the council the tintef priest and the scribes together and he took them into a private and spake unto them in this manner Brethren and most noble Demos persons hip use ofrefuge theywere plaao- t t number anti for cunning Now lilies u I kites who have always been brave valiant and faithful to your tribe I perceive and am persuaded that it is your intention to wage another conspiracy to break the rule of the Repusites Our prophets have taught us to expect that some day we shall succeed in throwing off the yoke ot the Repusites Now you all know in a foretime I led you in and how that I spent my time and means for the elevation of my tribe and used all kinds of cun ningness and strategem how that Timothy and I blew our trumpets over the province until we were mocked by the people for waging our contest and conspiracy but now I am growing old I feel the dotage of years my head is blossoming for the sepulcher the agility of my younger days passed out of Now I re quest that you choose from your mighty men a leader to lead you in this conspiracy which you are Select some one of your number to lead you and I would advise that you select some daring leader who is cunning and crafty and who can work all kinds of strategem and device one that can organize different means and methods of procedure from what has practiced in the foretime I re gret very much to withdraw from the leadership of so noble a tribe circumstances and conditions require it my sympathies will be with you in all times and places and I would say to you faithful and the Lord God of and Jaken will lead you to success Now when Didymus had said this he became greatly affected and wept bitterly on the account of his retiring from the position that he hag long held in he service of his tribe for it no Slflall thing tg sucha position and lebdjpf of a great tribe All those present wept also and after they had con soled Didymus he went straightway out and Tiberius and Herod fol lowed after him and when they were out they said unto Didymus Canst thou not name us a leader advise us whom to choose for a leader in the coming conspiracy And Didymus answered and said un to them would advise thee to select Pilate whom the Greeks call Justus for he is full of device and craftiness and will make thee a good leader So Tiberius and Herod goeth back unto the council room Now this Tiberius and fierpd had followers of Pidymus and had acted in other conspiracies bold and valiant and taketh great pride in persecuting and prosecuting the Repusites on the of their religion and their love for the truth they were educated and brought up under the teachings and discipline of the Demoskite religion and thereby were made crafty Now when Tiberius and Herod had re turned to the room where the chief priests and council were assembled in communion Herod beckoned un to them and said Brethren and noble Demoskites I know that we are all aggrieved and sorry we very much to give up so noble and daring man as our beloved PJdymus who has long been our leader in and in conspiracy and has waged war with the Re uusites to overthrow their dominion in the province Now we are to enter another conspiracy we should take courage and make one mere bold effort to accomplish the defeat of the Repusite rule and it is necessary to choose a successor to Didymus and a leader in our con templated conspiracy so let us cast lots and who it shall be They then cast lots and one Pilate of Jreeber was chosen as the leader Now this Pilate had also been a fol io wer and disciple of Didymus and had been in many poQSuiracjcs from his youth Hp and is a very valiant and during Demogkjte and is re uurdcd ap being more gunning than even Uulymus himself and had be come an expert in the concoction of all kinds of device and one that goclh about his undertakings in a quid manner and bloweth not his horn rior tnakethNTinyptilJlic demon Stratjojig qf hjs craftiness and stra tegem and very adroitly avqideth the detection of Ills plans and he covereth up his tracks Now after how cons iracles andweight skilland have the been but b andvaliant Jeffus ilv UP II been account t prepared p e anticipating west IiI regret tonte see they had chosen Pilate as their lead cr he spake unto them and told them that he would make a haste to collect his thoughts and arrange his plans to proceed with the conspir acy anti would call them together at an early date so they all went out but said nothing to any person as to what they had done for Pilate himself had so warned them to strict secrecy Now there are two other minor tribes that dwell in the province of Munic the Ethiopian and the the Ethiopian tribe has al ways worshipped the God of the Repusites and are governed accord ing to the teachings of Lincus Now this Linens was instrumental in lib crating and giving the Ethiopians their freedom from bondage for they were once slaves ot the De moskites in the province of Munic and the Repusites assisted Lincus to liberate the Ethiopians and they have always chose to worship the same God and to follow the teach ings of the Repusites and to cast their lots with them It was greatly on the account of the lots of the Ethiopian that the Repusites gained and held control of the province so much depended upon the lots of the Ethiopians The Sodomites are not so numer ous as the Ethiopians These So domites emigrated into the province from the East and began to augment until they put some of their mighty men before the people to ask for lots They were lcd by one Re hoboam who blew huts trumpet but it was not attractive for it gave a strange sound to the people and they said We know the trumpet sound of the Repusites and that of the Demoskites but the sound of the trumpet of Rehoboam we know not This Rehoboam had some following and he invited Spdomites trumpeters o come in from abroad and to blow their horns and to rave fire among the people of the province as if to terrify but they were ineffective Now this conspiracy was com menced and waged during the sec ond year of the reign of Augustus over the land of Kent while peace and prosperity prevailed throughout the entire land and such was on of the Repusites Now this Augustus the governor of the land ot Kent is a Repusite high priest a devout and righteous man and one that feared Qod and evils and he administered justice to all the people and is held in high es teem by both the Repusites and De moskites for there was none like unto him before that so wisely managed the affairs of the land He stopped the wickedness and profligacy of the Demoskites he broke down and destroyed their idols and restored to the people the wqrshjp qf true Pod when Pilate had matured his plans he called the cQunql aqd chief priests together and those that were directly engaged in the conspiracy in a certain room that he had prepared for communion And he said unto them To a successful conspiracy it will be necessary to raise tribute and fill our treasury with shekels and our bottles with wine and strong drink And he then said unto Ruel Kato Rahab and Judas those that were going to ask for lots from the peo ple What tribute can ye give in this conspiracy And they made a vow before the chief priests and said that they would give certain amounts of shekels and then said Pilate unto the chief priest the council and mighty men that were present What pan ye give And math Yaws that they would give pertain sums Pilate then calculated the amount and said I find that we now have ten thousand shekel to put in our treasury this is very encouraging I have never found so great faith exhibited in the province and I shall appoint Tiberius and Cadmus as treasurers of the conspiracy and I shall appoint as chief counsel at Greeber Herod Gallio Daniel Tiberius Haman and Cadmus to be associated with others of the province 1 shall appoint Zeno as ehief of and arie3 throughout the province and then pan be as many pages and butlers 8are necessary to the conspiracy Now we must conduct this different from those that were waged by Didymus and others in tunes past it will requite great courage cunningness and secret work every Dcmoskiteto know and dp their parrnrflfis conspiracy and no one should falter Now in the province of Munic T U andspit of tb K n1 Log unt the control and manage men Now theyalSo U emi bedrilled- to to c Sodomites t acuf 4 t a d is i eschewed the all carry- on spied conspiracy there are rn s n jrogues where the people tit ir lots the synago s h certain for lo n nr late appointed a priest to c ov r ach synagogue boundary gad i each priest should look after the boundary of their synagogues and to appoint a sufficient number of spies and to work in the conspiracy ro HE CONTINUED HOW SUB KEEPS BEAUTIFUL Tho Mystery Solved Like the flowers that bloom in tho the ng into womanhood i nn inspiring sight and she is fectly health She beautiful BO aa her health and constitu tion remain good Let her be nervous how soon does for wrinkles crows feet and dark circles to appear in the face Her cheeks were rosy until she began to suffer from womans weaknesses the constantly recur and her quickly from the beautiful age to tho premature middle age was not meant women to suffer so it ia duo to our unnatural but civilized methods of and to tho feet that so many neglect those small ills which soon up to larger ones Nothing so drags a woman 03 con recurring periods when she suffers more more a chronic condition that can be cured No woman should take an alcoholic com pound for that will disturb digestion becomes hard in with alcohol rendering the food in digestible She must t Nature for a cure native Indians of cinal Squaw the physicians our called or Cohosh This and Black Cohosh Golden Seal Having made a specialty of the diseases women in Dr Pierce these roots with Ilydraetis or and Ladys root combined in just proportions made the tonic cure distress sing complaints cf women Where women from backache weak the cause per oases That Is why Pierce coon it nn in a to be all over the United head to foot that is the condition that afflicts some women at stated backache dizziness and pains almost unbearable An hon est a safe remedy which no woman can afford to opportunity of is Dr Pierces Dr Pierce Maura you that his Favorite la RQP Iy but ho lets you know medical and extol tho virtues of tho above Ingredients In Favorite Prescription M D of Materia Medlca Bennett Mcdlcnl Cl dltlons depending disorders of the TonY says of Black Cohosh root This Is a powerful and useful remedy a slow but Its effects are For headache whether congestive tic from or Is promptly curative Department of Therancu ties In TUB says of linkcorn root Hdonlos Dlolcri one of VfrtH activity of the of medicine wo have a medicament which moro fully answers tho above purposes titan any drug with which am In treatment ot diseases peculiar to women it is seldom that a case soon does not present indication for tub rowe andall j t usually 5ta8 have sleepless Ihin ana food is quickly anu theycalledrootwhat um importantingredients namelyDr soon found that n extract of Ilni lack to trouble t lQwfQm this prescription directed of such Achin for the cure pf which weaken n womans contains 0 wrceolti Send vood or logo s of Golden t tan Important remedy In also Qf the ProfJohn Inthesurpassedby conditions of Editor tho thechief of Dr Pierces tto Proscription A hk 4 a womb Wr ttui always a condition r IrOd Uctlve 1 ort carr boundaries l emissaries Tin own compacted Caulo eerie Golden- Seal pessihe gsnesa it a procured a complaints Favorites Preeer S ntithorttl era womb ca Exercises active F o of Ph remedy y Invl savors ro fall outmost sins JOBv mm Our electric equipment enables us to handle promptly all orders for Job printing Give us your busi ness and we insure satisfaction Posters Circulars Programs Envelopes Invitations Bill Heads Post Cards Note Heads Letter Heads Calling Cards Receipt Books Shipping Tags Business Cards Circular Letters Announcements In Fact Everything St tem sctlt rrrwrwi t 9ryA aPE 97NiMnt sasrt FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYERS LIABILITY 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 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Londoi gives the best reasons for eating more Quaker Oats t I roomsthe 0 t 1 IIi II JI o iIt r 80 8 I r DirectorsW I 7 tt7 ion Cechton s fil some U b 0 t 10 clop coo Y A hr rmk5- rccnvtllc Y tTtuckyn Y r h e l I In an article published in the great medical authority on says about brain and muscle building There is one kind of food that seems to me of marked value as a food to the brain and to the whole body throughout childhood and adolescence youth and that is oatmeal Oats are the most all the cereals being richer in fats organic phosphorus and lecithinsHe oatmeal is gaining ground with the welltodo of Great Britain He speaks of it as the mainstay of the Scottish laborers diet and says it September nutritious- of tIr pros hW J tijc y BLMKWELL ROARKf i i General Insurane r o ae oaooee eeceaeoeaooaaaaao aoa 1 t e Tr duces a bigboned welldevel r oped mentally energetic race His experiments prove that good oatmeal such as Quaker Oats not only furnishes the best food for the human being but eating it en larges the thyroid gland is intimately connected with the nourishing processes of the body In conclusion he says It seems therefore that the bulk and off the Northerners meaning the Scotch has been in some measure due to the stimulation of the thyroid gland by oatmeali porridge in childhood The Scotch eat Quaker Oats because it is the best of all oat meals strengthensand glandthis brawniness t ott it i l f T t M N L w r riepwdf 1a 4 7 iihe finest mosS dell clous bSsciiit cake and pastry conveys food enextiies BAKING POWDER aoIuffj Pure Makes to o iu ROYAL einosdlla L 4 1gtvOiJiqJ I C ft R LOCAL TIME CARD NORTHBOUND NO I23 Louisville Express 1135am tot Cincinnati Express 154pm 101 rxmlsrllle Limited 403am 130 Central CUr nccutn 716 pm 133 Paducnh and Cairo nceou 15 am II Kulton Accommodation l 40pni 101 New Orleans Special S Opic Nor Si 1000 V O bnAwrono Agl Coombs buys beet hides Mr Andrew Roll is in Louisville this week The condition of the roads is somewhat improved of late Leslie Hale is will be glaft to see his friends The hours of sunshine are being pcrcepticly lengthened ifMr C if Tooraey was here the Sfirst qf the week on a business visit n Give Pittman Bros jur orders NevRsKQDbcs r out force v There is considerable pneumbnia just now and some of the cases are proving fatal Six white wyandotte hens will sold cheap See C M Howard r Yerterday was ground hog day Do you believe in his power of weather forecasting you never will catch up it isnt leap year even to help you out c 0 Call on Leslie Hale next to First National Hank for candies books if sundries cigars tobacco etc f3 February started right by giving Many persons have been compell to lay in new supplies of coal wiuter exhausting supplies that were considered sufficient j Sonora for the past tWo months re K turned lo her home here Tuesday ji Horse and mule buyers did little business as there was a difference jpf opinion as to the Value of the animals a few compromises were mVSfcfc 3 A patent medicine man showed up here Monday and assisted by a black face helpet he held a crowd around him for several hours while he successfully exchanged his gab Sand a small package of curealldis eases medicine for silver dollars Hot and cold baths day and night andSunday until 1030 a in at Sam Rec Martins barber shppt A small comet has been visible m western sky for the past week For awhile it could be plainly seen from 6 to about 630 p m but it is gradually pissing from sight This 3s not the ILtley comet about which so much has been written of late And which itf yet to make its appear ance It is said the eaith will pass fJ time in May of this year V If you job printing the best f canvbe had at this office iS a Vv v v 1 NO r II J ea lXteO r and J t t s i e t 1 ii Dilimft b hcd1ir encyGo t oua J or jii t t 1 2 Ii t be- I 1 L If y u got a start this f 4 J I t us some line weather Leus hope f this will be kept up Ho 3i t ed o hard I r Sep the Courier Jo rnal and1 f9i t 71 Miss Carrie Richardson who has 7 t been in Elizabetlitown and e ii J iF l t j3 4 r t 0 1 f 7 r tiip I t t 1 fJ 1iu it througi the this comet some I i II 0 I l v 1 Ii j J r OUTflflOUU e a I open meat T i I 3 late month the RE- t ou special subscription offer S visiting 4 uJ 4 hade i1L py r the p f I I J tail of f4 want 4 r 4 2 fr Miners are asking for advanced wages in the new scale to be adopt ed soon Monday was county court day and a fair crowd was here from all parts of the county Best meats of ail kinds at Pittman Bros new meat shop Telephone No 27 Frosty mornings are welcome as a continued warm spell of weather our fruit crops now Mrs Jennie E Roark and Miss Vera Morgan have been with rela tives near Sacramento this week School books for all grades can be found at the new store of Leslie Hale and school supplies of all kinds also f3 Misses Ethel and Carolyn Oates entertained at a reception Thursday afternoon for MissMaIHe Prince of Ailensville The employes of the woodwork lug department of the L N rail rojad at Louisville have presented petition asking for a ten per cent increase in wages The high prices and other necessities of life is sven as cause of the demand NMr Icsj Hc will soon ye opeu next to the FirstiNatip narBan1cY where he will ftrade with fruits candies soft drinks and carry books stationery etc Charles Vincent in his 46th year the home of his soninlaw Milton Harper near Morgans mines at 230 a m Jan 28th of abscess of the liver Burial was inthe Vin cent burying ground at 3 p m Jan 28th Takeyour hides to Coombs who pays the highest cash prices A M Wells in his 66th year died at his home near Lead Hill church at 930 p m January 28th of pneumonia Burial was in the home burying ground at 230 p m Sunday January 30th Deceased is survived by three children Mrs G P Drake M L Wells and J B Wells all of the Lead Hill neighbor hood Mr Marccllus Brizendinc return ed from New York last week and spent several days here with home folks He left Monday foi Owens boro where he has accepted a posi tion with the S W Anderson Co as window dresser sign and ad writer Mr Brizendine has just completed a threemonths course in one of the leading New York Schools in this line and by application with his ability and is in position to render splendid service in this important branch ot publicity Wanted A white man to work on farm near town either on shares or wages Ap ply at once to R J RECORD office In last weeks RECORD Mr Roth crt deplored the fact that in spite of his many efforts he could not learn the exact dates of the birth andldeath of Judge Alney McLean one of the greatest of Muhlenbergs pioneers In response to that ap peal for information his attention has been called to an entry in the March 1842 records of the circuit court where among other things regarding Alney McLean the state ment is made that he was born May 179 North Carolina came to Muhlenberg in 1791 and died in Greenville Dec 31 1841 I Ribbons in stock for all type writers in use at TilE RECORD office l wouldendanger th i9i diedat clos in i f ff Z of food business serve tl a experience Alleged Crapshooters Freed The bunch that was rounded up by officers Piitman and Tinsley a Lust Saturday night brought up in police court Saturday afternoon charged with gaming and found not guilty There were some seven or eight negroes and one white man in the gang and they had congregated at the home of Loney Christian who occupies an old house near the cemerry The officers suspected that a game ol some sort was in progress and went to this house The blindj were down and they were unable to get a of the room though they claim they could hear something rattling on the floor or on a hoard which sounded like th i click of money or dice and they hard one negro asking for the loin of a dime so that lie might get in the game The officers went into the house and to the door of the room where the men were This door they were compelled to force open and as they entered someone blew out the light while negroes began to leave the place in all directions through the door windows and even through the floor A jury was demanded to try the case and some of the ne groes were placed on the stand They stated that they had only gathered at this house to be off the street and to drink liquor The evidence presented was not strong enough to warrant a conviction and the jury after being out a few minutes brought in a virdict of not guilty Miners Demand More Pay A report submitted by the Scale Committee of the United of America in session at Indianapolis demands for the bitu uinous coal miners a ten cents per ton increase on all coal mined An equivalent Is also demanded for in side und outside work and an eight hour working day is asked for New wage contracts are to be made in the following districts Indiana Ohio Illinois Western lennsylvan ia Central Pennsylvania Iowa Kansas Arkansas Missouri Indian Territory West Virginia Tennes see Texas Colorado Washington1 Wyoming Montana and liritigh Go A deed and abstract were lost on the streets last week A liberaYre ward will be paid for return to A N Whittinghill Greenville Ky We Shout Follow Suit The little city of Carthage Ill has a Commercial club and as a practical result of its organization it has hired a man by the month with two mule teams to keep the roads leading to that city in good condition says the Peoria Ill Star of his duties is to see that all ditches are kept open They begin to appreciate what good roads mean Perhaps by and shall under stand what the people in the Old Country found out long ago that one of the conditions of prosperity is to maintain good roads Death of Mr N B Kingsley in his 65111 year died of pneumonia after an illness of a few days at his home in Livermore at 6 oclock last Thurs day morning Deceased was a na tive of Muhlenberg county and for the greater part of his life resided in this city where he was a leading druggist and business man and was a well known and progressive citizen For some time he has been in charge of a drug store at Nortonville and went home onSaturday before his death The body was brought here Friday afternoon and at 2 oclock Rev Lewis conducted a funeral sere vice at the Cumberland Presbyterian church interment being made in Evergreen cemetery The wife and two children Mr John Kingsley and Miss Mary Belle Kingsley sur vive and in their sorrow they arc joined by many fiiends here and over the county Notice to File Claims In the case of Ed S Wood admr vs M L Boggess all persons hay ing claims against the estate of Geo W Townes and Mary E Townes de ceased are hereby notified to pres ent the same properly proven to the undersigned on or before the first day of March 1910 JAS W GATES M C M C C At the Baptist church next Sun day afternoon at 215 oclock two deacons will be ordained Rev W E Hunter of Princeton Ky will preach the sermon weekago wa goodview Mine- Workers lllun 1 Jeedlttd n nOne byw N B Xilgstey 4 f33t J rj Ab3tiactit rfrr MINE EXPLOSION A Gas Explosion Tuesday Noon in Wickliffe the Elk Valley Coal Go at Brawler Kills of tin Miners The Greatest MUm Disaster in thc of Mucky ias Cast a Fall Over This County Where Mcst of Ilia Unfortunates Lived The worst mine disaster that has ever occurred in the state of Ken has forth past twj days thrown the people of Muhlenberg county under a strain of sorrow suspense and excitement the like cf which has never Ben experienced- At noon on Tuesday an explosion occurred in the Wickliffe mine at Browder in which 34 men lost their lives and several men were injured some of whom will die it is feared It is thought the cause of the explosion was the igniting of gas that had accumulated in a portion of the mine that had not been worked for some time and into which men had been put to york clearing out debris with a view to resuming operations All the men in that sec tion the west side were either killed or badly burned while abcut 60 men who were at work on the east side all without injury The men in the part of the mine not affected by the explosion felt the concussion and rushed for the cage all of them soon being raised to safety The resulting smoke heat and gases which poured up th2 shaft fcr a time delayed the attempt to recover the dead bodies but rescue parties were made up of ready volunteers Mr Andrew Hogg vice president and general manager of the operating company leading in the work and by night a score of bodies had been recovered the work of search continuing without intermission day and night and up to 5 oclock yesterday afternoon 33 bodies had been recovered the body of Pete Kelley mine boss being ths only then missing The scenes around the mine were such as to make faint the heart of the strongest Wives mothers and children gathered around the temporary morgue watching with drawn faces and shuddeting frames as the dead bodies were brought to the top As mangled forms were recognized the wails and lamentations deeply affected even the and those who had come through curiosity The Elk Valley Coal Mining Co which recently took over the Wickliffe mine in conjunction with three others rendered every aid in the work supplying doctors cots bedding nurses and in every way caring for the dead and injured as well as their families Judge Wickliffe being familiar with conditions aided greatly in these efforts News of the disaster spread rapidly and in two hours more than a thousand men gathered around the mine and hundreds remained on duty ready to render Sy assistance until the work of rescue had been completed v- Yeslerthv when Pfrfiy of the burials occurred Tcr timattJ that twere ucte 5UOOaSK ri In Broivder and DrakesSor vi re most of the families f Many burials were conducted dur ing the afternoon and there were enough friends gathered at each to make quite a crowd v Sorrow has been cast in many homes in all sections of the county where many of the miners had lived and several of the men Were carried back to their old homes for interment and in each of these sections immense crowds gathered to express their grief and show the last token for their friends Nothing has ever occurred in the county to such grief and thousands of people have been at the highest tension under physical and mental strain of the most trying Following is a list of the dead I the of ThirtY our tuck I on strangers the dead cause charcter Mi dory escaped hid Matthew Loyd married Mac English single Ray Bennett marrieB A Richardson married Estill Cornell single Eugene Cornett single Ben Leslie married Alex Williams nfafried Pete Kelley married J M Allen married Will single J R Thomas murrreri Dudley Epson married James Williams married COrORTiD Ray Martin single Will Reno married Hilas Sprall single Columbus Sprall married WlIlTK J p Whittajer To Audit Countys Bjjoks The newly leoted fiscal court of Muhlenberg chunty held their first session here Saturday having been called together by Judge J J Rice in special session Tli9 most im portant business attended to was the appointment of expert account ants to audit the of the out going administration and to report at the next session of tIme fiscal court which will be in April This investigation is to extend back a period of five and onehalf years to an investigation which was con ducted at tint urns Thj nev ofiicals were reluctant to take charge of the fiscal affairs ot the county an accounting was lud showing Its real condition John T Rey nolds cashier of the First National Bank and a Democrat and H assistant cashier of the Muh lenberg County Savings bank and a Republican were appointed to audit the books See offer on another pope of TUB RECORD for one year and the daily Couriar Journal for Uinte months both papers 150 books held until I C- Levis T rftti7 two cut Alex Sweat single Alex Hughes single Ezro Mayfield married Obie Jones single Raymond Browning single Will Jones married John Duffy married George Duffy Kelley Cash Henry Mason married Bud South married Will Berry married Warner Johnson single Estill Browning Levi Duvall single SKKIOUSIV INJURED James Lemon white married Jesse Jernigan Sheffield marries single J1 A Large Order Quickly Handled The extraordinary demand mide upon the undertakers of the vicinity by the terrible results of the miue explosion at Browder Tuesday necessitated a call for help from the outside to aid the local firms in the prompt care ot the unfortunate dead One of our firms here was called an1 the manager aided in the work of dressing and shipping the bodies and suppied from stock half the coffins and caskets with robes slippers that were needed The conIhioa of the l vJies m ids prompt cure arl burial necessary and the service of all the men en imaged received the highest praise from the coal company as well as from the miners and spectators Hand nag Lost Saturday A ladies hand bag black leather containing temple glasses key handkerchief and other small lost on M tin or Cherry street last SiUurdav Regard for return to C M Howard Give us your jot work c articles I tf r ft Afraid of Ghosts Many people are afraid of ghosts Few people arc afraid of germs Yet the ghost is a fancy Bud time germ is a fnct If the germ could be to a size equal to its terrors it more terrible than any dragon Germs cant be avoided They are in the breathe the water we drink The germ can only prosper when the conditioa of the system gives it free scope to establish it self and develop When there is a deficiency of vital force languor restlessness a cheek a hollow eye when the appetite is poor and the ified wouldappear airwe J is broken it time to guard against the germ You canfortify the against all germs by the use of Pierces Gold en Medical Discovery It increases the vital power cleanses eyjtcra of impurities enriches the blood puts the atom ach and organs of digestion and nutrition in working coadition so that the germ finds no weak or tainted spot in which to breed Golden Medical Discovery contaIns no alcohol ordrugs AH its ingredients printed oa its outside wrappsr It is not o secret nostrum medicine op KNOWN just as good Ask your neighbors iiccp is the bl1bitformin COMrmnON and with record of 10 cures Accept ao eubsttuhcro is thJn1II 4 a a sears ef Womans Book Club Meeting The Womans Book club met in regular session Thursday Jan 27 Mrs W D Blackwell the leader appointed had a carefully prepared set of questions on Italian history Every member contributed some in formation The business session was conducted by the president Mrs St Clair Eaves We bespeak the Smpathy and cooperation of every woman in town on some about to be undertaken in formation n regard to appear from time to time in this paper The club will endeavor to organize a Junior Civic league among the Miss Hurificld will have charge of this department Their work will be to report unsanitary conditions in any part of the town and beautify the school yard the court hous stparc the station and other publu buildings The club proposes to case of bonks to horned in mountains When the call is nude let every one try to send at least one book Mrs Elgin Rice conducted successful stamp sale Five hundred stamps were sold to mutt in the tuberculosis fund for the hospital at Louisville The question of school suffrage is before the women of Kentucky Twelve states have over TO per cent illiteracy Kentucky being one of the twelve while states with suffrage for women have but one per cent illiteracy v JStKima t tlrsmituationby Neil JMbiniej of H v era of that atne was at house here Thursday evening January syth The company was a fairly good one taking the leading part that of St Elmo Murray and it well It is hardly necessary to select any particular member of the cast for special mention for taken as a whle was about as clever as another all they handled their parts welt There was gnod sized crowd in attendance The company went from here to Central City where they gave a performance Friday ovcuing- Impoaaded Hog for Sale On information given by J H Pittman pnundmaster that on the 26th day of January 1910 he one barrow hog in the city pound of Greenville nearly black hole in right ear split in left tail about j inches long weight about 100 pounds said hog is ordered sold by poundmaster on Monday 7th day of Feb 1910 according to law as the city ordinance direct U DuWnT P J C G If you want corn oft the see J A SLaver County court was in regular ion Mondiy The wills of Robert M Boggess and Mrs Annie Gibbs were filed for probate Excepting these two wills nothing of any im portance was brought up and only routine business was attended to The examination of census enume rators will be held at various points in the county next Saturday There are seventeen persons needed and it is reporte I that something like thirty parsons will take the examina tions Work will begin April 15 Miss Ruby M Williams of Mad JKonville and Mr A R Cummings of Cannullon lad were married at noon last Thursday at the home of Mr and Mrs Joel McPherson Jr at Hillside Rev Wm J Mahoney of this city performing the cere mony a few intimate friends attend ing Luncheon was served anti the couple left for their Indiana home The bride has many friends in this county and the groom is a bright business man of his city They carry the best wishes of a wide circle of fiieuds j measures whichwill schoolchildren senda th EIIIl8 J th opera MrTwomey handling one 1 impounded V o ss r f f2 St ust2 I4rans south romance presented dar I SenteNce Serums The fad of one cannot be the fairh of all Ideals live only as we strive to ward them Heaven sends some burdens just for ballast A pious eloquence is not always C an eloquent of piety There never was an argument equal to an affection People who are rich in heart never put their money there I Often the clock that strikes loudest is farthest off the time The pleasures of folly never rome up to the promise of the picture A chilly manner is not the best preparation for a warmer tie Religion is a poor thing if you never enjoy it until you get iuo trouble The habit of prayer can get to mean as little as habit ot pro fanity Some men believe you cannot en joy lifes berries unless you eat its briers One trouble with the grave stone ticket to glory is that itis printed too late k It is always easier to straighten out the truth than it up with it Some men think they are lifting l up the church by holding their faults v v under it r 16 fv f Lk many because they are they are facing the other way Farm of 225 acres 3 miles east of town on Pond creek well tim bered and with coal 100 acres in cultivation Foi particulars see Wl C Jonson Greenville Ky 4t Stray Notice taken up as a stray by Arthur Lovell living one mile southwest of Greenville K one yellow about it years old marked with overbit in left ear and valued by E L Hades and Rufus Eadcs at The said Arthur Lovell states under oath that he has not altered or changed any of the marks of said cow This nth day of January 1910 ARTHUR LOVELL sworn to before me by Arthur Lovell this nth ddY ot January 1910 2041 J H LOVELL J P M C Highest prices will be paid for hides by Coombs JCjfflfflissioners Sale John S Miller ITir W A AnnU Deft IX EQUITY By virtue of a Judgement ROll Order of Sale of the Muhleuber Circuit CoUrt rendered at the April term thereof 19C9 In the above CUUHC for the mn of one hutulml anti el htyHcyon dollar nml three vent an l the cots fortylive dollura and fortylive cent I xhnll p oceed to otTer for sale nt the Courthouse door In Green ville to theulKhrnI Milder nt Public Auction on Monday the 28iu diy of February 1010 lit I oclock p m or thereabout bclnjr County Court day upon u credit of lx months the following described property tovit- Aerrtaln irurt of laud ueur Entils Ken lucky Muhlinberg county described us fol low Beginning at a htake lu Illleys line near a poplar atuaip thence N 07 degrees anti 2i minute W 56 poles to a atone In the west jlue of lot No to a dead black oak two iron woods marked an pointers thence S 23 W 68 poles and three links to a stout in Tlptonn Held In the old Military line thence with the old line S 07 decrees and twentytwo minutes 50 poles and nine links to a Ktonc In tile old line and corner to L Ulley thence nile N 23 E 68 poles and 3 lInks tit the begin ning containing twentylive acres Or Mifllvlf nt thereof to produce the aiitna of money HO ordered to be tnndc For the pur chase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities muni execute bunt bear Ing legal Interest from the tiny of sale until paid and having the force and effvct of ujntlgx weal Blddcrn will be prepared to rcotnpljr promptly with these terms Jtf f I s th tf io i 1 J tf trr r j to line 1tot tr t f tt J bury them for eV ficr JYA fjif J fi1lt r e1 imdjo t t0 I I r t sJre they are for tII Fir fir IIe Joj it1 t r r L I CO 15 Subscribedand 1 E tr I tr I l 5 with Rlll W r tc if 7 4 or I t in ft dim I a is T s When you your sorrows dont water planteim m- ernss T headed heaven unless7j r f f MNh1CNbergCitcNit CWKHkeNtwcky V Jas Ii1e11LQ ROARK Fimiture W lIp per Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wrapper Slippers Vaults Disinfection ROARK I r tif it 4t t t oj If A d 0 t Jr i i13 Iii q i- rave MQNEY IN TRUCK FARMING Profit of 18000 In Seven Years In Iowa The most sonsntlonnl disclosure to Agriculturists has Just been wade by Francis Scstler of Des Moines In a young man who has made 18000 of permanent Improvements on a thirtytwo acre farm In the last seven years and paid for It all from the product of the soil It Is a demon stnitlou of what application will Pram Is Sestler Is tho son of n French stonecutter who came to DCS Moines In 1S75 to worl on the con struction of the state capitol But stoncvuttlng Is nn unhealthy business and one day he determined to quit It He bought a farm within Bight of the golden dome of the statehouse he had helped to construct and struggled alonj for years paying off the mort urges and nt tho same time raising a family Seven years ago he died and his son Frauds took the active nunn agement It Is he who has worked the miracle of the soil Ho has turned his farm Into a truck garden which Is now said to be the fInest truck farm west of the Missis sippi river The beauty of his success Is that unlike track gardeners of the cast he tines not have to spend great sums of money for fertilization Dur ing all these years his fertilization has not cost him more than 50 cents an here a year Among the permanent Improvements built since 1001 and paid for from this small farm are an 8000 house under which Is a modern cold storage a steam pumping plant that draws wa ter from the river a half mile away and lifts It 113 feet Into a monster ervoir and eight greenhouses Mr Sestlcr by his management Is making his farm yield n gross income of 300 or 400 an acre Like every successful man Mr Scstler can handle some things better than others seem to be his favorite crop lie Introduced the method of raising tomatoes on poles and plants 3000 vines to the acre getting a yield of 750 bushels of perfect fruit that brings the highest price on the market lIe makes ns touch as 2500 on let tuce year Such figures for a thirtytwo acre farm In Iowa are sea sntlonnl to say the least especially when they are made to come by the son of a French stonecutter who knew nothing of agriculture and who n ver attended an agricultural college 3h for Dipping nursery stock hOItue smV pbur wash or other Insecticides has recently been much advocated as a substitute for fumigation with hydro cyanic acid gas The station at neva N Y finds however that this treatment If used at all must be han died with care to secure scale de fttractlon without injuring the trees With Mae sulphur wash exposure of the trees for too long a time or at too high temperature resulted In Injury while with any of the materials used exposure of the roots to tho mixture resulted In serious injury to the stock For nurserymen the station still rec ommends fumigation as most effective stud least liable to Injury and would rulriso orchardtsts to use the lime sul phur as a spray after the trees are set rather than cs a dip when they are re celvcd For Harvesting Fruit The season for harvesting fruit is some but the suggestion here made will Uppp The Invention trill make the gathering of apples pears nnd peaches a far easier and quicker proposition than it has been heretofore This invention is simple enough but like many other simple expedients it remained unthought of until recently The contrivance used t i a t rest I Va tsek p e irR t R i 1 i r1 t J I worth b1r4 1 dot I t 4 Tomatoes ISl L Innri- r a tai ry r Ge- c 7 I I 2MPB OX PRINCIPLE O BCISSOM its of ivwtef niado on the principle of a airqf scjssOfs except that where the olatof jrould come there s ftp one side a othr circular aperture apcujbpgdnt JiHif Ing which in to Lao dIes of the bayestgr w fcoljo r so that they will fit over tbajMinbidfuds of poles which way bo of any jrcqulml Hy means of this heeler k jxrsoii standing on the ground can reach In otherwise inaccessible i Jaees jt d by compressing the call olj frjllt from the limbs Into the bag J i s way fruit can be plucked before It fsJJs to the cud becomes bruised Sprzy For Apple Trees O e of t1w jjjost successful apple of OlJo arsenate of lead in the bordoajis initjLuV to kill the different fungi wHJ s to fcppp In check the codling Ninth spreytag a jeast four times after the bloom fali Ills formula for bordeaux Is three of coppers five pounds 9l lime and fifty gallons of s son att Jt 0 lRJJt fruit I t11 is lIB It 1 j S t of F t f jf I 7i 7 f r J ltfP v j oliVwP lf i I h f ttJ f tI1 t r f5 v the A t The a e 4 5 handles life ground- 4 r a growers 4 I pa lnnntlWsulphate water h I s a a I r A S J WASHING THE UTENSILS Care In This Direction Means Profit For the Dairymen Cnn you never learn That your moll will turn Unless you vaah your strainer Anil It shouM be done Immediately First hold it In n vertical pojltbn null dash coM water Into It cncugi torlmc out a Jiefonm hilr anl whatever otter dirt Cero uiiy bo In It Next rT tie cloth siuoexo out the milky vrv and thoroughly rubbing between the hinds In a gal Ion or more of warm not hot water using rp73ril waters When all tin milk Is ot id not till thou scald with hot water Let it in the hot water for some time Use no soap If was ted In this way your strainer cloth will net thicken and will keep clean us long ns It will last have used OUR cloth for the past throe mouth Always wet the cloth Insforc usingIn washing the tin part be careful about the earns The milk cans anti palls should always rlnrel In cold or warn water not lint than thorough y waRhcl In warm woci Rub down the seams with n stick If the bottom of the outsLlc h dirty have n pan anti a rat that are usel Lot nothing else and wash the bottom Thou using plenty of water In n large dlshpan on n low table or bench wash the outsilo of rnlla and cans Wash the wins carefully Thou scald the In side of the vessels with hot water No soap or scouring powder la needed But If your wife does not lute to wait breakfast rinse your strainer and leave it in roll water Never allow the inilU to dry In It The strainer cloth may be made of n good quality of cheesecloth A piece of elclh Hour sack two thicknesses makes a vcy good one The clolh uscl for washing the milk things should be used for nothing c 0 Rinse anti dry It when through with It After sonMIng the milk thins put them whore they will drain and keep clean It Is nut necessary to sun them out In the says a writer in hams Journal Csotl Calve Costly It vouli be nn easy matter It a calf n i with its thin for the first six months of Its life but while tae calf would make a most excellent growth the practical dairyman realizes that the calf would cost more than It would be worth says a writer In American Ag riculturist It requires more skill to rape n dairy calf today than It dd a score of years ago for requiring more covs In ofniillk produc Lion Gild subjecting them to a forced system of feeding the calves are brought forth under more artificial conditions and arc therefore less vlg Fcedsn4 the Milk Mater The well bred youngster that Is fed will at maturity be but little better than a scrub animal But If the dam Is properly nourished dur lug tho nursing period and the young animal subsequently foil Ubnraliy It will attain the normal RIo of lh an cestors nut display all the loading characteristics of the breed to which It belongs A New Yorkers Plan J S Woodward the New York dairyman has no set way of feellug It depends upon tile cost of fccdstuls In tho uwriiota he says Sometimes I can buy bran cheaply spmpijiues meal I watch too nwrliat buy those feeds that contain tho oleuionU I want nUll then make un n ration Last year I bought a carload of dried dlstlllera not brewers grains This food contains n Inrge percentage of protein in very digestible nni Is cheap Keep tho Feed Up Some men start out In the fall with excellent feeding rations says Kim balls Dairy Fanner They bring tho cows In front the pasture and give them n variety anl quality of feed which cannot help but produce good milk These conditions last until th reed blna begin to get low then par tions of the ration are cut out and th feeds begin to get smaller By the time the holidays are past the bottoms of spiup fjf the bins are lu sight These men ftbhik ifcat economy In feeding means qytt og th ed bill down To ttt extent tails J rue couomy of production and autf so baud In hand Start iv fu 1 9 f y and keep tho ration up until H e on the pasture next uprluj ff fOd must buy buy If your cows are K6od oijc3 you cannot afford to pinch them through the winter simply to save a few dolluM You will bse on this years milk and lo flow of future years fills s especially true if the cows arc young would l t itt T to keep fewer cows stud to l n f rl ht than to try to winter worg q you can feed The Need of GaSU When ni ldijjs heavily fed on grain ns In pjjjjj or energy rallpJ for because grains arc usually rathojr la salt and often rich In constilupnta that stmulotp the ex cretion of Fait hence wtyjn np aiinyl Is well fed on grain spit bo piled regularly and In sqfTjcJpnt quajf titles Many animal ailments mry traced to a of salt In the ration says a writer in Via Natlnal Stock and Farmer Watth In the au tumn hen gr In and hay appear plen tiful ami fetfdftjs is liberal and see If the veterinarian uo have an ex cess of indigestion and colic cases ant then talk to hint confidentially end he vjlj tell you that the odds are that the farm Ksypd a cents worth of cult and paid a dollar or medicine nnd sometimes lost an aulomt u Non We b I t orous r cottonseed 9 S Jut r J I 411 fire t production n dQ clInt sill l lack Iran 7 qPI 1 tat washy dust of oar the 1va improperly 9 uipyey c y- are p i property certain cxctss nr situ s Must does v A Little Good Paint In Time Saves Vltta your huildbs nc d e wy day elny costs you money The sen nia now rout are in r troth xs too such to 1st 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