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II r y1A a I x 4iinq1- 1111 The Lnvestmcnt is turns Get our rates 4 x VOL XII NO 1 GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 10 1910 50c PER YEAR IX ADVANCE Psllaya This is a dissas has been known among uu of northern Italy northern Spain and parts of southern France but has only recently been discovered in this country- It is variously regarded as a skin disease and as a form of insanity for it is in reality both that is to say there are skin eruptions and a dis turbance of the mental faculties both due to the same cause The disease is at first remittent in character that is to say it has periods of the winter when the patient is apparently in his ordinary health but each spring it returns worse than before and so it goes on with three steps forward and one backward to a fatal termina the end of from three to five or si years The eruption begins as a diffused redness or discolored patches itch ing most distressingly and is follow cd by a peeling of the epidermis in the form of branny scales It is most marked on the backs of the hands and feet but may come on the body or legs as well It begins in the spring and gets worse during the summer but many nearly or quite disappear with the advent of cold weather The next spring it returns and now there are digestive troubles add and distress in the stomach after eating diarrhoea and often vertigo headache arid persistent ringing in the ears In the winter these troubles again become less but return in form the next summer and with them appear mental symptoms de- uim and profound melancholia the disease goes on until V v puts an end to the patients cursin chronic form inr his country it Is apt tc Pcllagar occurs only the very poor and those living under the most unhygienic conditions but although poverty may predispose the disease its sole cause so far known is the eating of diseased maize This grain trouble in a cornsmut a form of mold which attacks tIre grain stored in damp places The prevention is use of and meal made from good only but in the conditions un flier which many of the Italian peas ants live this isjfiiot so i u y as it sound The Scott xpeditiun in search of theSnuth Pole isnov assured The British government has promied 100000 toward the 200000 which is the estimated A total of between 55600 and 60000 has been raised by public subscription In likelihood the expedition will siart In July Capt Scott com manded the British Arctic expedition of 19001904 Shakleton was one of his lieutenants Get TilE RECORD one year and months both for 150 A carefully tabulated record of the cost of electric wagons and horse rigs used by the Commonwealth Company of Chicago has just been published It shows conclus ively that the electrically operated wagon is cheaper than the horse drawn vehicle and when we add to this advantage the fact that it makes a better appearance is handier can cover ground in less enough has been said to show that the electrically operated wagon is far superior to the horse drawn ve vicle and will undoubtedly displace it Attention should also be called to the fact that the cost of the horse drawn rig is increasing each year particularly because of the rise in the price of feed An earthquake was recently fcl at a mineral spring in Austria Soon after the shock the water of the spring was found to deposit a brown sediment and to evolve more carbon dioxide than usual The water soon became clear but the abnormal ev I giants remissionin at edpain aggravated 4 so tr I t s sCliptionis that of the dis wucuturyer observed iu the ifses f1f te ran among to simplethe pour t I expense 1 1 t t t qjiJI rY 1 r 1 5 r b Ai hit t long 441it f1k G without tht hem ssious Fuco c ti f rain t S L threesr Edison timer 5 s r t It 1 i elution of gas continued for several hours Mineral springs at great ices front the renter or dis turbances have often been observed to be affected by earthquakes Prof Suess explains the phenomenon as follows Agitation of n gas solution causes a rapid ev olution of gas as may be proved by shaking a bottle of soda water The gas is qvolvcd still copiously when the solution is thrown into molecular vibration After an earth quake the rocks surrounding even distant springs are thrown into vi bration which is transmitted to the water causing rapid evolution of gas expansion of the mixture of gas MIC water and expulsion of sol id particles Give your job printing orders to Tim RBCOKD See R C McCracken if you want concrete work of any kind For firstclass livery service in including closed carriages call on Harbour Head Get a set of pneumatic rubber tops for your typewriter keys Greatest aid to operation of any machine Roark has them and you are asked to call for a look I want to buy hides and will pay top market prices in cash J E COOMUS Pittman Bros new meat shop near the Baptist church is ready for business Give them your orders Wallpaper prices at Roarks are lower than anywhere and the selec tions arc very complete now play or rest if you eat Quaker Oats at least once a dist I mor li1siNEss I 7QiJ t feel 1 Jje vurk day a t supersaturated LOCAL S ttera to sss jo3 Our electric equipment enables us to handle promptly all orders for job printing Give us your and we insure satisfaction i PostersCirculars Programs Envelopes Invitations Statements Bill Heads Post Note Heads Letter Heads Calling Cards Receipt Books Shipping Tags Business Cards Circular Letters Announcements In Fact Everything Cards- business t Bear in mind that Roark has splendid selcctuns of wallpaper in stock ready fur deliv cry and sample books of the papers made which can be procure on short notice after selection J J W BASIGW OrOvru and iirlilgu Wurl 11 priuus Oiuae up stairs In the Juiir DR T J SLATON mid Ofllcc Miiluf ross Rtrcrt nr CAM HOWARD VAIL ttGRAY HOWARD GRAY Office in Green Balldia opposite LaHsade Hold DR LOUELLA HELTSLEY OSTEOPATH Office at Home East Maincross Street Telephone No 78 Z O KING Notary and censed Auctioneer CENTRAL CITY KY Terms Reasonable Rex 93 Pane 78 D8NTIMT 1 BulllIh ICy PhYKlclnn 3hltr LAWYERS Public Lib Sales Made Anywhere in ounty itYa ruouuubl lire unite nurucon ti f The Registered POLANDCHINA BOAR NOXAL WONDER Ko Z45Q7 sfre Peilect Wonder a fine individual from a perfect strain of prize winners is now in service at 100 cash in hand only The patronage of the public is solicited J E COOMBS QUnN QUALITY I dam Wo Buy FURHides and Wool Feather Tallow Beeswax Glhteng Golden Yellow Root May Apple Wild Ginger We we dcnlern uuLnJxd in 1856Ortr half a century in LauuvjUe lId eta do better for you than ogcnls cr conmison tncrdiaots Referenei tny Dank in LeuimH Write for vtelly pice lid cod thipptnc act c tn Sabol Sons 223 E Market St lOUISVILLE KY Seal ate t 1- 1 0 White Sewing Machine in rotcry and vibrator needles shuttles etc in stock for all machines ROARKS STORE Concrete Work r Contract- edr prepared to do pavement and other concrete work and shall be gUd to make estimates In limestone is used in basc and surface throughout city specifications in every particu lar Give me an opportunity to bid on your contracts 517 R C MCCRACKEN Call Pittman Bros new meat shop lest of everything in this line Telephone No 279 Take advantage of our clubbing offer and get the dailyfGourier Jour nal three months RECORD om year for only 130 h pavements complyingwith Ii I I I and nE i ANY BED But always a S7EA1CIJ F0STER Mattress for us own really comfortable mattresses Heavy mattresses of the best grade of hair are a time But re expensive and costly be from time to time to condition Lowpriced hair e merely a promise the truth about contents r and dangers not make pleasant reading Tens of thousands have never slept on any thing but a hair never en joyed the luxury of a Stearns Foster And many more have used some comfortable makeshift because they riot know the best mattress of all was so inexpensive as to be within their reach If we could induce all these people to sleep on a Foster Mattress for GO nights ifAyo cculd induce them to try it that long and enjoy its luxurious restfulnccs its com fcrt they woulcj give it up and never uso any other load Sold By Ibe j L RGARK Estate tfl1li r I l comfortablefor I kingmust I keep mattr scs i r t anlirie s I mattresshave cheapun I i t r I I Jr cc n port Few of I done m cam would S r S Stearns i sleep inducing never a Very Serious It a very cerious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong ono given you For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine LAcK BRAUGH Liver Medicine The reputation of thin cW digestion ly It doca not imiteio other modicinca It la better than others or it would not b the fa vorite liver with a cole than nil others combined SOLD IX TOWN P2 AND CURE THE New Diseovsr 1tole medicine constipation trouble is firm j I KILLTME COUCH WITH Dr Kings r c t1 rem in and iivcr arger LUNG 0 i FOR cOLDS OUCEU3 flCCiOEL PEICE 50o 100 Trial Botlls Free fs AND ALL THROAT Arm LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFAOTOSY OB MONEY REFUNDED f Ij I COUGHS THE WONDER WORKER r FOR THROAT LAWS FEi6lnM I f J WLIJ Ii I1 J t A t l lifjiCIX II JIi j ICounty is rich in coal iron tinlbei clay VI etc and the most field in Ken Itucky C pita1 slid Jj f IDJ m lf i w- rl r f v Hen er otters inviting for in 7 vctment pluck KING OF CURES KING S IDRa COLDS J tf AND LUNGS FOR COUGHS AND COLDS PREVENTS PNEUMONIA I had the most debilitating cough a mortil was ever afiicted with and my friends expected that when I left it would surely be for my grave Our doctor pronounced my cass incurable but thanks be to God four bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery cured me so completely that all sound and well MRS EVA UNCAPEER Grovertown Ind Price 50c and i00 ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED Trial Bottla SOLD AND GUARANTEED Druggists r NEW DISCOVERY l r 1 ttmybed Iam oi I Free fCN f- All dons ninlto fcncfi door ratlin field und poultry fur catiUoc UNION FENCE CO DcKalb III Ksncas City Ma C H BOffARD CO AT FACTORY PRSCES GLOBE BUGGiCS AND UARN2SS hhfactory to rlYntdo awnS9 hoe I I j fs tar t rite NO 270 TWOINONE We rfilp nl1 vehicles Dtrert from C O lotonumcr rnujtxt to u importance 10 lle Gobc HuiMx have every ort v bo druts viin I orfTouis t rluc m material works unship fi n IN J f ye t f vehicle that it ft t 4itft pndbriiijniSJiiury mrn cj c seInyoiinn Iiiwciiiyij c Im ryi i l M dcn t cu i U lo tr n r Oar Gurtintooi n oluUlvnsrt l oirc stomos your money sou You take no r k unit tavonur ciistomtrs money llI nrtora orni t7Wrilo for our Free ISujbly end lliirntsa I t fLi GLOBE BUGGY fi RNt S COMPANV OWENSSORO KENTUCKY to take Cardul for your female trouble because ve are sure It will help you Remember that this great female remedy D I a uo sIeetrinl Itiiei IIItrMt t UJuua Co It r each ioU II lu quI i aCTS in If t c reccmmCnd orr as it 0111 llc t a dmltr H rr is mnnurJcturc Imllt Yc1111N1 iir w r Ask You err xtttur od w i walautnt ttorncexcear Adv rtsacnt v tnanutoI rte nte4 rotm2d to S Mainly p r s Iir w WINE Df i I other stek so why not to 1 you For headache backache ness many have said it Is the best medicine to take Try it I Sold in This City Fa brought relief to thousands of rcrlodica1 female weak It Tins rearen pa4na Typewriter paper supplies rib hons etc or all kinds at this uffice- s I had a at the ageof 41 which left nc in bad fix writes Mrs Georgia Usher of Ga I was unconscious for three and rater tiat I would have fainting spells dizziness nervousness sick palpitation and many strarfge feelings I suffered greatly with ailments due to the change and had 3 doctors but they did no good so I concluded to try Cardui Since taking Cant I am so much better and am do all iy hcuscvork P B d 1L a lX l Co ycrs h cache he rt Irk o 5 t 1 rt t r oft life Takr I rl t t EAflir j tyAe lt r It14 4nw V Y t c lf htigbt WPf a t It Oll Jtl 1 3 te1 tae there V are std m moderately good conserve your strength keep you top corditicn t- In this way your whd vcr they are wdI Ul be on the tof the by and will arrive the north of p Get a bottle rt YOur today f o badf 1 yotwowldfi d hard while is time healih lcttU and in Rio tity grow smaller insfcud oftr ryillipgrid ills cd wnand bye yiou ersect heal hat pole druggists iftnmrts lEttgt htng MarIjttu The J L Roark Estate furniture dealers and undertakers has added to its equip meat in the undertaking department a Francis Engraving Machine as This machine is one of the very few in the State and toes to show the progressive spirit of the management in providing equipment generaify considered necessary only in the larger cities With this machine the firm wiH now be able to supply ndividually engraved casket plates instead of the stamped stock patterns usually employed And while the city undertakers make a charge of 5 for such plates the people of this county will receive them absolutely without lfa cost regardless of the character of outfit purchased The tai been in the show window of they firm for some days and its beauty and the perfect woik it dots have been admired by hundreds of people Articles of every character bt eugravad in much better manner than usually done by hand This machine adds to the most complete undertaking establishment in this territory has the only practicing licensed embalmer In the county a fine funeral car largest stocks of colons caskets robes wrappers etc complete equipment icr sanitary work and disinfection To provide the test in i very branch is the con stant study of the uauagesieut and the generous apprediaUon by the public has caused still deeper and greater determination on the part concern forgive constantly improyng service and on the most favorable Kasiisi With this in View other features will be added from tm to time as thsy ppear TheFiancis is fatten with all cttcchrninta for engraving articles of any character and the mechanical perfection of the machine appeals to Th public is given a special invitation to call at anV time and see the mp chine Record Only SQc hr i ex mat cad The shown all l i Subscri 1 f f D f 1 i t1 illustrated name S 1 in arm slippers the e war e zS t It 0A t u r THE REt0RD An ludependcnt TltunenAT8 ET PRESS Ttt 0 AL Newspnper- V rufLleuxD OWEN RICE President ORIEN L HOAJIK Secretary ORIKN L ROAKK EDITOR Telephone No 72 ORlce In new annex rear of Htorc ground Moor 50 CENTS PER YEAR IK ADVANCE TERMS The subscription price of the i ble in iwlrnnce the time has expired to whlcii It IH path the pnper will be Cards of thanks obituary notices etc If not longer than ten published free A 6c per line will be for Ing lines No of this rule to auyoi Free sample copies wilt be mailed Advcrtlnementtt wilt be Inserted A rate card will be furnished on request Address aUromm nlc tloii make all re mltunces payable to RHCOl PRESS Ureeuville Ky THURSDAY FbDRURY 10 1919 Entered at the GrceuTllle Ky postoOlce as matter COMET A 1910 has got poor old peripatetic Halley blanketed Now that a fish with legs has been discovered we may look for the boneless variety soon TUB more emphatically to mark the national protest against the high cost of living prunes go down and down IF it is true that the ancients look cd upon the egg as a simbol of eter nity they must have had an even better cold storage system than our KEEP a hen advises Gov Had ley of Missouri and be indepen dent Does the possession at hen make a Missouri family inde pendent TilE figures furnished by the pos tal authorities to Congress and the public recall the advice of Mark Twain V First get your statistics and then pervert them as you please UNCLE SAMS friends in Tokio will please understand that sorry he has to destroy the honorable cherry jes theysent him affrifij but they CERTAIN of out Canadian neigh bogs are putting m a claim for Alaska by reason of a flaw in Russians original title to the country Having had undisputed possession of Alaska for fortythree years Uncle Sam is not worrying AFTER all they do some things better in France When Parisian storekeepers boosted food prices in an effort to profit by the public need they were promptly thrown iuto the Seine As a hint this has the anti meat boycott beat a block expedition has gone in search chest of gold supposed have been sunk in York river by Lord Cornwallis just before his sur rends But according to the finan ciers the present cost of living is due to there being already too much gold in circulation WHY is there a 3centsadozen irnpqrt on eggs It doesnt raise revenue neither does it effect prices at least so the experts say and the same assertion is made as to the duty on meat Nevertheless if both were taken off Canada Australia and the Argentine would have an opportunity to try their luck in the biggest market in the world TimE farmers buy in a protected market and sell in the free trade markets of the world Yet they are told by the railroads and the ticians that they are not doing their duties Well the farmers could sell meat wheat corn cotton and tobacco for less if their clothing and the supplies of house and farm could be bought at prices fixed in competitive markets a sale in London Feb z a Chip pendale bookcase brought 10500 and a Van Dyke portrait only 3 412 The price for the latter was also exceeded by three carved over mantels which brought 4856 4725 and 4987 respectively The work of the and furniture makers of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries is more prized than that of some of the masters It has been said however that if Chippendale made all the chairs an 1 cabinets attributed to him ne would have had to have worked twenty four hours every day of hisrlifc and then some r r Is e charge of anceec d 1 1 I s II lit If I j own I L J one t 1 Ltr t he aw t J Jtl r OIL rAN too I III lit t iI 1 iP Polio 1r lAT7 t s woodcarvers 4 J W 1J l Long Distiwci and 4 second v I ti w d r is fullY r tA 571tiS actor medicalCX0DInAtiOA 1 r i x a 1 tP a e r r t 4 C i t old- S I i d t r r r R OF CONTEST j o The chniRii of rilatu and the working of the contfplrmey The Macedonians lung elnmorud for 1111 appnndlx lobe to tilt Cltruu Iritis of ContoKt nnd we therefore write It with no nmlto ufuntlimiftu but with tw felt IIKS and will to nil parties conuorncd CHAPTER J OOO4eoooooooo o i Haws written 11 o THEoose ee oo eooet good Now in the first Chapter of the appendix it was shown how that Pilate had organized the conspiracy and had appointed priests fur the several synagogue boundaries of the province and he instructed them to appoint spies and emissaries for each synagogue boundary and that the spies and emissaries should be se lected from the most cunning and crafty persons that belonged to the tribe and that there ought to he a spy for every ten Dcmoskites that cast lots throughout the province Pilate told them that the two most important forces and factors in the be charges and shekels and that the accusations and charges should be gotten up and reaped by the chief priests and scribes so that there would be harmony and would be effective in the conspiracy to persuade and con vince the people of the province that the chief priests and rulers of the Repusites have banded them selves together and have formed an official league of usurpation and tyranny and were conspiring and confederating together against the welfare and interest of the people and that they had long been anti were still robbing and plundering the treasury of the province and converting the tribute of the people to their own individual use and ag grandlzmcnt that they were heap InK unnecessary tax and tribute up on the people to satisfy their own ambition and selfish purposes and that the conduct of the chief priests and rulers of the Repusites was very unrighteous and sinful Pilate told them that such charges and similar charges would tend to discredit the righteousness of the rulers of the Repusites and that such charges the hands of the they should preseirr5 them in a mild way that they should be withheld from all the loyal and righteous and well informed Repusites and be and urged only with those Rep usltes that seemed to be aggrieved and wavering and that such must be done privately and in the dark Pilate also told them that the first duty of the spies and emissaries should be to number the people throughout the province and to get the number of each tribe and their sentiment and intentions about cast ing lots and to report the same to the chief priests and scribes at Greeber and that the conspiracy should be kept as latent as possible that no public demonstrations should be made or public attacks upon the Repusites with charges should not be attempted for the Repusites would meet and disprove them and such would greatly hurt the conspiracy and that no kite should toot his horn or sound his trumpet for such would draw out the Repusite trumpeters and the of trumpets would like ly destroy the sounds and harmony of the Dcmoskite1 trumpets Pilate also said unto them all know that Didymus when he was defeated in his last conspiracy thatm order to get his revenge on certain of the Repusite priests went about and got up accusations and charges against Sextus Regulus and Polcarp and how he employed Macbeth and Daniel to bring these charges before the court of Sabat the high priest who sat in judgment for the people of the province and how that Sabat rendered judgment against them and caused them to pay back the tribute money which they had gotten from the court council of the province and this news went out all over the province and many of the Repusites were aggrieved at their doings and said that it was a great sin altho Polcarp and Regulus appealed unto Caesar and to the Sanhedrim who reversed the judgment of Sabat and Regulus gained back the amount of the judgment of Sa bat but Sextus being too righteous to go into litigation with his fellow man and did not appeal unto the Sanhedrim Now it is the only well informed people of the province that know that Polcarp and Regulus gamed back the judgments and we can still use these charges with the ignorant people of the province conspiracywould sh ced in the province wi Demos sounds their ttYou Polcarpand 7 lIr i lr tee qfofvxTIOs p and Persaasive presented and if we tell them that the chief priests and Repusite rulers those that arc asking for lots are still plundering the treasury and taking the public money for their own benefits we may be able to make many or the aggrieved Reuusites have their doubts abput tion and can be persuaded to work with us when they attend the and to cast their lots with us in the conspiracy or to sell their lots for shekels or to stay away from the synagogues This is the mnin object and importance in the conspiracy how to get lots Now we have a good chance to manipulate the Eth iopian for many of them have he come aggrieved at the Shem Clement and Paul and for the treatment shown them by the Repusite officials chief priests and scribes who have not invited them to the feast of the official passover or to commune in the eucharist Now the Ethiopians many of them are beginning to suspicion the truth of the resurrection and they are be ginning to love shekels more than they do the Repusite therefore we can buy many of their lots and can keep many away from the synagogues by using shekels and wine There is another matter that will be of great advant age to us in the conspiracy You all know how that certain Repusites Barrabbas and Wilbath who have long been desires to be tax collectors for the province and wanted to be put before the people to ask for their lots but they were rejected by the chief priests and rulers of the Repusites and Clement was chosen to ask for lots notwith standing that Ishbosh Barrabbas and Wilbath were all veteran Repu had been good workers in Sardflf thpLRftniti itieLJNow iuca act will to our conspiracy and them and their friends to feel aggrieved and will be inclined to doubt the resur rection and the righteousness set forth in the official passover we can induce some of them to cast their lots and work with us at the synagogues and some we can induce to stay away from the synagogues Pilate also charged them to instruct all spies emissaries pages and but lers to avoid any contact with the chief priests and rulers of the Repu sites but to go about secretely in the highways and hedges and over the entire province unto the parts even unto the wilder ness places and to commune with the people and if necessarry take options on the lots of the Repusites the Ethiopian and Sodomites to promise shekels and wine and to urge the various charges against the chief priests and rulers of the Repu sites Pilate also said unto them We must fill our treasury with shekels and our bottles with wine to meet the demands and requirements of the conspiracy The Repusites will think that they have no use for either wine or shekels but shall de pend upon their tribe religion We can get much shekels and strong drink from other sources as we shall need the wine merchants of tithe provinces in the land of Kent and from the great city of Lodeber are anxious that our colleague Ramases be made a lawmaker that he may work in theiryineyard and legislate for their interest in the land of Kent Now it shall be necessary for every priest and those that preside over the various synagogue boundaries in the province during the days of casting of lots shall have trusty and suitable pages and butlers and spies and all to work and watch so that there shall be no but that every Demoskite shall operate in perfect concert Now when Pilate had said this he talketh to Timothy privately and said unto him Timothy when thou goest unto thy city Centralia do thy work secretely and refrain from sounding thy trumpet and spitting fire as thou hast been in the habit o doing for thy trumpet soundeth harshly and such will hurt our conspiracy by solidifying the Repiiaites and stirring up the rage of the Ethiopian and the Sodomites So Timothy promised Pilate that he would do as advised Now this Timothy has great regard for Pilate 1 the resurec householdof andwine Ish bosh t addstrengtu willcause u misunderstanding tJ r rt synagogues religion sttt and uttermost 4 for Pilate has long been his and looketh after Timothys pub lic business Then said Pilate unto the chief priests As we shall need more skekels and wine I shall fro away anti make such arrangements that shall be necessary to meet the demands of our conspiracy Behold I shall go unto other province and unto other cities for help I shall go unto Bethabara and Lodeber and commune with the Dcmoskite chief priests and wine merchants of those places they will donate for our Rnmases in the conspiracy and when I return we shall be pre pared to meet all our engagements and promises and can run the con spiracy with force and effect during the day of casting lots Now when Pilate had said this he saycth unto Herod Tiberius Cadmus Gallic I shall leave the conspiracy in your hands while I am away seeth thou that all things are conducted as I have advised go thou out into the province visit the various priests and have them to report regular at Greeber keep a close watch upon the movements of the Repusite chief priests and those that are asking for lots make no public demonstrations as long as they are quiet let them remain so avoid any disputes or contention with them So Pilate took his journey and the conspir acy commenced in great earnest ness and determination and this was about the first of the month of Sivrli and wheat harvest but the commencement of the was during the month of Nisan and ran until the month of Mat cbesvan which was from the of the leaves until the falling of the same Now after Pilate had taken his journey Herod Tiberius Galiio and Cadmus made visit and communicated with all the priests of all the various synagogues and or ganized and disciplined the spies and emissaries and looked up suit able pages and butlers for the priests to act during the day of the casting of lots and to have the of all matters concerning the conspiracy reported promptly to the chief priests and Pilate at the communion hall of Pilate at Gree ber It was the business of Zeno the chief of spies to report the findings of the spies and emis sariofc to B chief priests giving the r nt of each tribe and how Repusites were ag grieved and wavering and how many could be induced to become pro selytes with shekels and wine and how many could be induced to stay away from the synagogues and how many of the Ethiopian tribe could be induced to sell their lots and to stay away from the synagogues with entertainments and feasts given ac companied with shekels and wine on the day of the casting of lots Now it was the chief of spies that had the chief priests to get up the charge against Polcarp a Repusite priest they charged him with defrauding the people of their tribute money and heaping on them tax and public debt to satisfy the chief priests and scribes and that Polcarp was in league with Regulus Sosth cites Lemech and other Repusite moneychangers who were operat ing against the interest of the peo pie Now this Polcarp was one who looleth after the highways of travel for he hath charge of such matters The charges against Pol very ingeniously and cun ningly gotten up by Zeno and the chief priests and they were put into the hands of all the spies and emir saries throughout the province and they were very effective with the uniformed and had a ten dency to make them doubt the doc trine of the perseverance of the saints When Herod and chief priests had traveled over the province and saw that all the people were numbered as Pilate had di rected and they had thoroughl organized all the synagogue bound aries they came back to Greeber to make their report to Pilate Now when Pilate had returned from the East and from Lodeber he called the chief priests and council to gether with Rod Cato Rahab Ju dus and Ramases who were before the people asking for lots to com mane with them and when they where assembled together Pilate asked of them What is the condi tion of our conspiracy and Tiber ius answered and said unto Pilate Most noble Pilate the condition our conspiracy is good we have made a thorough canvass and ex amination of the entire province and find that things are working well the people have all been num bered and their sentiments obtained by our spies and emissaries We find that our charges against the Repusite chief priests and rulers are U about budding all tndlheeCI i ma more carpwere R pustes U t t T twj 5 J instructor colleague conspiracy reports r 1q b f taking well n avi good effect upon the a It I I uninformed Repusites n i are be coming ins cn unstable and are mclinec rslni with us at the synagogu tun easily make proselytes lf them we can buy the lots of many and can induce some to remain away from the synagogue during the casting of lots we find that many of the friends of Ishbosh Barabbas and Wilbath have become insurgents and will not cast any lots and of them will cast their lots with us We find the Ethiopians to be greatly disatisficd and we can buy their lots and keep many away from the synagogues the Sodomites can be induced to worship with us as their religion is very similar and closely kin to ours and we are sure that our conspiracy will triumph un less the Repusites make effort than they are doing We have in structed our spies and emissaries to keep organized and to carry out all your plans and to keep a close watch upon the Repusite trumpeters that may try to draw out the Demoskite trumpeters as in times past TO 1E CONTINUED How Out Beauty Health and Happiness Is it not possible an altogether that in the laboratory of Nature and made ready man or animal a growing belief scien lists that vegetable kingdom fur nislics us with necessary elements for blood making that deli pnta 1no n animal is e to disturb by wrong methods of living Thus we 7e should get phosphates from the wheat in or some cereal foods and iron from certain vegetables such as spinach and preens If ian our best method for recovering our standard balance of to to Natures the life vhich will furnish the remedy Buried cur ferrets la ho plant known as Golden Seal root of which Edwin M hale JI D Professor of Materin Medica ct IJahnc moon Medical College Chicago states wln relation to on tho system there 13 no medicine in use about which there la such general un of opinion It is universally regarded as tonic states Dr Halo continues aProf John 51 Scudder says It sfira ttlates tho and in creases the assimilation of fond By these means tho blood is enriched this blood feeds tho muscular system I mention the svet em I believe it first feels the Increased jv wer imparted by the EtuniiJaJjmvjQf improvement en tho nervous and are natural results or Queens root ia another root wInch has been in repute C3 an alterative blood purifier John King M D of it An unsurpassed by few if any other cf meet successful in skin and scrofulous affec tions Beneficial in bronchial affection bronchitis relieves irritation an important cough remedy coughs of m bloodmaking and nutrition and without harm for long periods Dr R V Pierce of Buffalo N Y combined an extract of the two obese roots together with that of Stone root Black bark Bloodroot Mandrake nnd Glyc erine into a prescription which Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery It was most eucccTcful ia and such ailments no were du to stomach and liver derangements followed by impure or bowels liver or biliousness the Golden Medical never been excelled as a tcnic dad in- vigorator which puts the effected c enables Ihca perform their proper funciiopa find tonic is irdlcd when Irva EIS of headache backache in fret ache all When ar appetite is furred bad torte mouth breath when feel weak tired blue and discouraged then is the timo to tatnatural restorative of Dr Pierce Golden Medical 13 not t secret or medicine because tits ingredients arc printed on the botL ro alcohol c other harmful arcnlf chemically triple r icu cumiu aa a eoivcac ccrvalivc A good meJical book vrrilten i plain rnd free from tcchnk terms is a valul o fcr frcquer consultation Luch a wcrk visor Its r 1 CJ STC pro fusely illusiatcd It jj J I for 21 cuts i stamps to pay far cost cf copyDr Pellets late and invigorate stomach liver and bowels a two otf tLrae cathartic Easy to take as candy Get Tun RECORD one year and the daily Courier Journal three months both for 150 6O YEARS EXPERIENCE PATENTS DESIGNO v COPYRIGHTS c sending a sketch and our opinion frco whether an U probably Coramuoles ions strict IT onlAtcuti tree Oldest agency patents patents taken ft Co rccclro notice Without chase In tho Scientific fltnericatt A handsomely lllnntrtted weekly Inrccst cir any iclcntiao Term 13 onrt SoUlbjAll neiriiicnlen JkM h 0 W m F ft WasbluKton V C r 4I some I Nature Provides medicinal o that the human our o l1so tcms 1- Sti1lin io ermancntJcurc in a r and called indigEstion h tame ou n over v hnbitformi used and pr Pierces Cornyn fl Ad- I n cow although acid clod l Cal addressing Dr n liClCC or 31 r1 t t quickly JoUrcf41 a 3 T J f r r item ail t r1 more probable necessary t 1o is genre t to u curia I foul Y crt r hrcical hoc ef hve formerly one ceLt or prrer curtrcd eca for pat nteh e or FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYERS9 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 call when you want insurance BLACKWELL ROARK Greenville Ky CZIOIZI3 O Selecting Wall Paper for one or any number of rooms can be done with sat isfaction at Roarks In the fifty stock patterns shown there is aide variety of design and coloring And the goods are ready for immediate delivery One great ad vantage is the ability to get more if you find you need it and if you have a roll or so over it is easy to return it and get credit r v w i rt 211 11 101 I j L 4 w ir T I 0ir a U w x f n i In an article published in the great medical authority on foods 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 nutritious of all the cereals being richer in fats organic phosphorus lecithinsHe oatmeal is gaining ground with the welltodo of Great Britain He speaks of it as the mainstay of the Scottish diet and says it pro September It and- c J 7 c j f j trit frJ 1ff4r irII IiIi if if v tr r r t1vt io- JIWIj1 1 I T tt J01w U 4 i1l Jo tolt t r BlAKW t4w IIa c Itr 71 r t0 r Generdi Jr 4 tr I r os c Insurdnce Just at this time we have several SPECIAL BARGAINS IN QUANTITIES sufficient for one to three price in some cases being half Price on every pattern is low COME AND SEE OR ASK FOR SAMPLE BOOKS which Will be sent on request The J L ROARK Estate The highest medical authority on foods Sir James Crichton Browne LLD FRS of London gives the best reasons for eating more Quaker Oats I tf roomsthe tV I n l ir n U j 101 JIlctoc 11 10II t U f r ty 0 0c l duces a bigboned welldevel oped mentally energetic race I His experiments prove that good oatmeal such as Quaker i Oats not only furnishes the best j food for the human being but eating it strengthens and en larges the gland is intimately connected with the nourishing processes of the body In conclusion he says It seems probable therefore that the bulk and brawniness of the Northerners meaning the Scotch has some measure due to the stimulation of the thyroid gland by oatmeal porridge in childhood The Scotch eat Quaker Oats because it is the best of all oat meals ii I glandthis I i c i v A Wickliffe President C E Martin Vice Presi dent John T Reynolds Jr Cashier Ed S Wood Assistant Cashier Directors W A Wickliffe E J Puryear R T Martin J tReynolds Jr Ed S Wood C E Martin Geo W Martin 5T t1ut OfficersW j II t i i S i i7 1acrna 1avS5recrtvi a r yerr Makes the food of maximum qualityat luininlum cost c st r v 1i I C R R LOCAL TIME CARD XOUTII hOUND KO IIS LOUllTllte E p OS8 103 101 Louisville Limited 130 Central City ncoom SOUTH hOUND KO Faduenhuiid Cairo nceoin 121 Fulton AccuntuioUatlou 151 jim M6unj 101 Now Orleans Special SlOp Nov 25 1000 Vfi O OnAvronn Agt Coombs buys beef hides was the first day of jVe are getting considerably more I Hoursof sunshine l V I fe i cilt flowers at Roarks EaTSncie of the week Good morning Have you helped in the Browder relief Give Pittman Bros your orders New shop best strvipe There was a fall of snow for a few minutes Tuesday morning early Mr C B Morgan here with friends few days last week in his rounds of the road r will l e rolled for and Weivered There Ysi be aiiiivm njctuc and vaudeville uc opera house the balance of v Mr J Hugh qf 4Mj was here parents and friends the latter part of the Six wbke wyandotte hens will be sold cheap See C M Howard f Merchants engaging extra romptly r r stfmewhatnow a pi i of Around planning to raise l slieHal V next to First v candles books sundries cigars tobacco etc 13 in to big a huiry about your flower and there are a few more snows and freezes due yet Mr Yewell Rice of Louisville here on business affairs the lat tcr part of week and mingled with old friends in a social way Miss Lena Arnold would appreci ate the favor of yourlaundry work and she represents the best plrfnt in this territory Mr C AV Roark and wife arC in Louisville where Mr Roark is tending the annual convention ot the Kentucky retail lumber dealers The second quarterly meeting vvill be held at the Methodist church next Sunday and presiding elder Hayes will preach morning and even ing l U nnl T16 VIO I 4t oca 1ito meat was r a t l lubonN Jr show at the week e Miss with 1 week io i t help to M arc fir J l th g i 1 Call n uk Cpr i r t tablega dens I Q I f J I t he 2 JI r OO I I t 4 to t t 1 1 If t i t rtt jII to- of r r t 0 JI r teaa t Wt daesday heat 4 et fresh x heo eta fiouse t 1 1t h ah r 3m r and your atilfdr r t Eaves are I comeon about st- tt that spring trazlermaybc handle Mails are Goaded t t St dalmost etreryoue haven r j5emethlllb National Don t get 5 man teas ao P ih- a 1t l p a S l P m l d c Good old St Valentine will receive his share of attention next Mr Win Eades of iMidyvillc spent a few flays here on business during the week Take hides to Coombs who pays the highest cash prices Some extra work has been done on the Central City road and it is again in good shape Greenville is to have newspaper rapidly ate we getting into the metropolitan class Best meats of all kinds at Pittman Bros new meat shop Telephone No 279 Pupils last week were Undergoing the ordeal of examinations as that trkccUihe end flbefr4efflh This is almost as ousy a season with the good farmer as for there is a vast amount of preparatory work that should be done now Give Miss Lena Arnold your laundry she represents Metcalfe of Hopkinsville of the best plants fa this state Representative Thomas for the relief fund being provided for the families of the miners who were killed in the Browder mine Telegraph operators of the I C railroad haVe received a ten per ent increase on their salaries They asked for more but this was all that was awarded them School books for all grades can be found at the new store of Leslie Hale and school supplies of all kinds also Mr C M Pendley and Miss Bettie Dobbs of Paradise were married the parlor of the Allen hotel at 315 Monday Rev F L Lewis performing the Our people arc beginning to won dcr if we to have two or three circuses here this season This is one of the best show towns in the state and we arc hoping for at least qne of the twovtrain affairs here Sec offer on another page of TUB RECORD for year and the daily CourierJournal for three months both papers for 150 Postmaster Miller held the ation for census enumerators at the court house Saturday people were oh hand to take the ex amination and there are about twentytwo places to be filled Mr Hershel Neal has accepted the position of assistant freight at the depot here and has al ready entered upon the discharge of his duties Mr Bernie Shutt has taken the place with the transfer which was formerly held by Mr Neal Roark will have a supply of cut flowers Saturday and anyone desir lug Valentine remembrances will find a stock from which to make selections doubtless Mon a our anoth r m a one sent explosion r f 3 in p m ceremony one n company a g that hC- has io are exam thirty Bev agent N o n A mass meeting of the citizens of Greenville was held at the Monday night for the purpose funds for the relief of widows nnd orphans crested by the mine explosion of the Wickliffe mine at Browder Tuesday of last week Mr S C Eaves was chosen and Mr C S Curd was made secretarytreasurer The chairman made a brief statement and there were voluntary contributions of about 15000 by those present The chair then appointed a to visit merchants and men anti in fact all our people and solicit funds Orien L Roark was named chair man and the following persons were designated Dr T J Slaton Robt Wickliffe G M York Mrs V 0 Belcher and Mrs Jennie E Roark Work was begun Tuesday morning and is being continued by this committee with gratifying re suIts as everyone is responding liberally There are some twenty five families affected by this disaster and most of them arc in need of help or soon will be Something like 150000 have been contribut ed by the public from all sources outside of the offerings of this city and much more will be forwarded but there will be need of all that can be secured as many people are involved and it will be some time before affairs can be arranged that will enable thorn to be selfsupport ing The canvass here will be con timed up to the time of going to press the following had contributed as indicated BROWDER RELIEF FUND For Widows and Orphans Caused by Browder Mine Explosion F W Caspcrke Mr No Name J L Morgan Jep Allen Ins IV Oalcs Orion L Roark L Roark Estate The Record T B Pannell W PSandidgc Cam tfoiggrt Doyle WW H L Klrkpatrtck Cash Mrs W O Belcher Cash B F Vaught Dr TJ Slaton Tcylor JoeJohnson Shutt Pittman Wickliffe Bros l C S Curd S C Eaves Elmer McCrackcn Roy Wells Geo Hendricks T R Pittman D S Duncan N M Ford Abe Baker N M Elliott M L Prowse JJ Rice C A Williams H C Lewis F H Lewis E Tanner Miss Blanche Christian J G Miller B Mathls i J T Hale H C Wilkinson J A Gilman R Martin Co Leslie Hale HWWclr Dukes McDonald T E Sumner R J T Reynolds Jr C Y Martin H Y Slaton John M Wells G E Counlzler L Hummel L Z Kirkpatrick H E Eaves F P Pannell WmHallinan Robt Wines J W Lam C 500 100 50 25 200 200 200 200 200 500 2500 500 200 i rot QQ 500 500 2JfO 50 05 25 5GO 250 100 200 100 100 500 500 250 25 50 2QQ 25 200 100 25 500 100 19880 The committee is still at work and there will be other subscriptions secured which will appear next week The funds will be carried over to Browder and turned over to the local committee In a few days A white man to work on farm near town either on shares or once to R J RECORD office I J tile r courthouse ofraising chairman committee pro- Cessional t D U Poole TheJ Robt Jr R E Lewis j re1JiT York lfj fJ G M P Fa E A J F J H B O A Barbee sO 500 500 200 100 R tIayhugh 100 1oo 50 1oo G B Head Loo 100 200 Ioo 1oo H H Haviland 5o 1000 100 100 100- IVJ Mahoney 250 H Jackson 1oo 1000 100 so 200 200 200 L liT Irvin 100 1a100 JcP C Jonson 100 100 i f 2po tI Howard 250 Total t Apply at S Hardison G M CO xfer c LHopQ J Zoo 500 20 wlfltetl wades Browder Mine Explosion After fiftytwo hours of constant searching the body of Pete Kelly assistant superintendent of the Browder mine was found late Thurs day afternoon The body of Kelly was mangled and torn almost be yond recognition by the force of the explosion As given out by the men who dis covered the remains Kellys body was found in middle fourth of the south entry opposite the The body was worse mangled than any taken from the mine nnd this seems to indicate some of the miners that Kelly nearer thee explosion than any of the others The body was found u different place from any of the others and from its position it is thought he was on his way back to the men after leaving Supt Rey nolds Kelly would have been sooner had the searching party been able to get into the part of the mine where he was found With the finding of Kellys body the mine has given up the last of its dead the number killed being thirty four and Charles Shcrficld who was injuned m the explosion died Monday making the total number of victims As to the cause of the explosion Prof C J Norwood Chief of Mines of Kenuucky H D Jones Central City and T O Earlington assistant after making a thorough ex animation came to the conclusion that the explosion in the Browder mine was caused by the setting off of a keg of powder They claim to have found the exploded keg The Coroners jury failed to learn the cause of the explosion after ex amining ten witnesses and taking a volume of testimony The follow lug verdict was rendered the jury find that these men came to their death by an explosion in the Browder mine in Muhlenberg Ky Cause ot tK explosion now unknown J B J R Buchanan G R Mel ca L Ledbetter Dan Key add j T Smith composed the jury Cherry Mine Pictures To Be Shown Here ra houseThe attraction beginning toliight sjonhungthrough the will j doubtless draw tarp audiences tly as such has been the r i of the show at many points in t part of the state In addition i the of the Cherry niin l saster there are several va i w acts specials and a varied program that will please all Prices will be 10 20 and 30 cents There been more days of spring weather this week The father of his country has the next observance that calls legal holiday See the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Roarks The weather yesterday turned cold damp and dark and showed that winter is not over Some parents have had trouble in preventing the appearance this week of the first barefoot boy See the Courier Journal and UK couu special subscription offer Muhlenberg has suffered its first mine disaster of great magnitude and the public has done its part to help relieve the consequent suffering Mr Sampson Dukes has been resting much easier for several days and has gained some strength which is gratifying to his many friends over the county Miss Lena Arnold has accepted the agency for the steam laundry Telephone No work will be called and de livered Greenville usually does the right thing and docs it quickly and this is manifest in the liberal response made to the help to sufferers from the coal mine explos Mary wife of Mr J H Cook consumption at her home near Greenbrier church at u oclock last Friday night and was burled at the Sweeney graveyard at i oclock Sunday afternoon There was a large attendance as deceased was a splendid woman Ribbpns m stock for all type writers in use at THE RECORD office a j r breakthrough recovered Inspector Long of inspectors tI We county lilt J v 1lJ i1 pictures sting have e fOr Sand for Browder Ion diedof I 1 w shirt fve thirty faur week a I lopkinsvi call oas lie a a Death of Calvin F Jhley Mr Calvin F Haley i i his h year died of consumption t hi home near the old brick thur at Earles at 10 oclock iiht after an illness that for some u eks confined him to his home survived hy one son only bu s a member of one of the proniaent families of the county himnieil euien who had of u wide acquaintance He wn not a member of any church bu some weeks ago made a bright of religion Interment was in the grave yard near the church and the ceremony was attended by large number of people who thus showed iheir respect for a departed friend attic neighbor Although we prepared a special edition of more than too espies of last weeks paper the supply has been exhausted while the demand continues We shall be glad to buy number of copies back from our subscribers and will in addition greatly appreciate the favor Card of Thanks We desire in a public way tp press our feelings of thanks for tho many acts of thoughtfulness and kindness shown us by our friends and neighbors in our recent sudden sorrow Such things con never be forgotten and are cherished by us in the most E L CoRtfKiT AND FAMILY x MRS H B AXU FAMILY The United Mine Workers of America in at voted 1000 tor the families of the men killed in the mine explosion A resolution call ing upon the national state oycni ments to take action to compel mine operators tp protect the lives of miners was adopted One ot the pony team owned by Mr Barbour Head died Monday night of colic The team had been on a trip to Hillside Monday after noon and were returning from this trip when one of the ponies fell on the street A doctor was called but nothing seemed to give little mare relief and she cited about jiotigQ to File Claims In the case of S Wood admr vs 11 L Boggcss all persons tray ing claims against the estate of Geo W Townes and Mary E Townes are hereby notified to pros 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 Mothei Lehmann of Louisville who is devoting her whole time to the work of prison reform spent some days here this week and spoke Sunday afternoon at the Cumberland church clad at night at the Methodist church being greeted by large audi ences eah time Si2 13 crsiting much interest everywhere and has been the means of accomplishing great good in the way of prison over the state Deed and Abstract Lost A deed and abstract were lost on the streets last week A liberal re ward will be paid for return to A N Whittinghill Greenville Ky During one of the automobile en durance tests between San Antonio and Dallas Texas one of the en trants who is president of a company carried telephone with him and by using a long fishing pole could tap the telephone lines the route leaving his car By this he was able to keep in touch with points in advance of the run and arrange fur relief in case of accident or for hotel accommodations Judge R O Pace last week the plant of the Republican newspaper at Central City paying therefor the sum of 250 The sale was made by older of court alai there were ouwtandiug ohltgAious of something like iJjou leaving net returns of about 10 per cent to the stockholders Judge Pace will move the plant here where he will begin the publication of a newspaper about May i His energies and ability will add to the liveliness of the tovn and his efforts will be ap preciatecl by the public Get wallpaper cheaper than ever knowp Roark has cut the price on every roll in the and has paper in coinbinatnm of will border ami ceiling to match at from 4 cents up j c Sund is l au the profession e gratefulmanner CUR 1MI Indianapolis Urowd r 4 9 t kit7 tfjt Ed deceased fJ 3t telephone apparatus along without purchased 1 house t f1Ii V my ire and v rcecct convention the oclocky ntg reforms Smean M When You Think Of the pain which many women experience with every month it makes the and kindness always nssocintcd seem to be a miracle i ytiiiai re Dr Plerccs Favorite Prescription mattes weak women strong and sick women well and ifres them freedom front pain It establishes roQuarlty subduesmatlOK heals ulceration sad cures fc male weakness Sick women arc invited to consult Dr Fierce hy letter free All correspondence strictly n I I withwomanhood in no woman rebels what site wouldnot While general In lam In handsome 31 stamps connuenttat Write without tear uut without fee to rrCdtal Assoiatio41 R V Pierce M llulIllu N If n book that allabout diseases and tothem sit h 1 bend 21onecent stamps to Dr Pierce to cost ofnnlr and he will You a of his grcnt illustrated tCommon Sense Medical Adviserrevised editioD b paper Worlds Dispensary D1residcutl you rarr tells womans how cure scud andY p a up to d cate coverscloth t I y c a t CITY ORDINANCES Ah Ordinance fixing the tax rule fur miiuicipal purposes for the year 1910 City Council of the City of Greenville Kutucky do ordain as follows to wit That fur all municipal purposes fur the year 1910 there shall be im posed levied and collected m the city of Greenville apull tax Of 150 from every male inhabitant of age of 21 years nnd over and property tux of 75 cents on each 10000 worth of in the of Greenville Approved Jan 3 1910 J W LAM Mayor OKIGNL ROARK Clerk Miners nnd operators hoverafel o reach a settlement in their first conference and it is predicted the men will strike Or that the will order a suspensiun Ihe demand for coal has slut been heavy and work has been light in western Kentucky for some time except for a few The closing of the mines would mean a great deal everyone as coal interests are very large in this and surrounding coup ties and many thousands of people are dependent on this for a living It is hoped a satisfactory agreement can be reached though at this time both sides are very firm BANK utGrecnvillOftin the Kentucky at tlife close uf business tan 31st 1110 RESOUKCES Loans discounts 11037101 Overdrafts secured anti uus 1S303S U S liomlb to secure oirctn r00 0oO Ireiuitims on U S Bonds ri434ri tends securities etc 738I2U7 itunlcing house fur cud fist 1114750 Other i cal estate owned Due from National Hanks not reserve agents Duu from Suite 250i Ill Private linnkt it hankers Trust Cos and Saviiifrs tanks tilM l Duo from approved yes 7fl7114U Checks and other e u li stunts 3427 Notes of otliur National tacks 8GS3QU Fruotional currency nickulK and cents 1VJ17 Lawful Monuy Reserve in liank viz Spooie I04fi700- Lcjralti ndcr novas lr09 M 20 f700 Uutlemptiou fund with U S 1 por omit cir culatan lr0000 TOTAL 4221157 40 MA1ULIT1ES- Osipttal stock paid iu 3QCCOGO fund llOOOOy Undivided profits less expenses and taxes raid fl45 47- Natl Hank nuts 3000000 Use iootltorXntionul flanks Duo to Stuto and IVivate Hanks and Hankers Dividends unpaid run sub to check 2344t8i5 limo ourtiiicatos of deposit 1705M3 Certified Checks Cashiers chunks oubitanding1 Total SUi2l0740 I John T KvyiiuUls Jr Oasliler uf the rc iintuvil livjj soteuinly swvtir Unit smteiueiiL In tnie u the of kiuiWUMpo aud bolluf JOHN 1 KEVNDLUS C n MAtrrittt K T ru VDlrcotore W A WftRUll B aulixcTllnjtluml worn lo before me tliU Tth of FIJI Iwo AXiia tTVVfDl Nukirjr Public My uxplriM with pnwunl somiUm Ky tfeimts Vjien a mans heart is drying up in the desert of conceit he tries tp himself by lookjug at his head Stray Notice Taken up as a stray by Arthur hovell living one mile southwest of Green viilu yellow cow 1 1 years uhf marked with overbit in left ear and valued L lades and Rufus Eades at 15 The said Arthur Lovell states under oath that he has not altered or changed any of the marks of said cow This itch day of January kuriiim Lov tjL Subscribed and swqrn to before y Arthur Lovell this mil day of January 1910 041 r J II LOVELLJP M C The fart that you are for does not excuse you from practicingit a while us your job work t I S th property tit t fI 1iIRSt NATIONAL St toot mind mlI J1S o1ttnull alai the nWvI t III lmll1lt loa I lone bit me truth iu 10 The 3 the operator spurts aas- uRlittQnF NDI1Ipr OrT1Ii di puit Hr bout 910 fi citing once ire 0S a U 1 i f t t Commissioners Sale 3i licnlierg Circuit olui S MKler W A Aunts of the Muhltmbertr circuit Court rendered it trw thereof WOO tu fur tieHiim of one hundred ups l flty eyeu dollars ind three aunts and the uOl fortytlre itollurn nud cent I Hliall pooced Ip olTti1 for stile at mho CourVhcuxt dour Iu 3re fc vlllitlo thihlghe bidder at Pilblti Auction I on Motlduy day of F i oclock p m or thurenlMtut tolrnr Couiittf I Cnnrt day upon a credit of nix nioutht the I Ac rtnln tract of Vniiil hear 4nnlH Ken Uickj Jluhlfiibcn toiinJy ns f i IOM BisluiiliK at n nttike in Illlfjn liH near a poplar ntuujp vtUeiuc JC 07 ilejpeeH hud aJ itilnuturt W polM t n Mtiiic in thb wi t lluubf lot Jo black oak two Irovi VuuilM pointers thOure S 21 W CS pulpit atul three links to a sUxia Iu llptoun Iu Mllititry Hue lluun wltU C dejrrion uiul M nluutc 3U Kile and uluo Hukn to a iu ttitr Hut and corner to L Ully with Hl Mne X 21 12 f pokM uiul 3 llna the b iu iiluj ionttlulu uures Or MitftUlnl thereof t pr liue that JIM f money HO ordered to be nunle For the chase price the pqivhuser with surety or securitltM what execute bc u lUll lepnl Interest from the diy Of sale until l ald nnd hit via thd forco ntuTetteut ot Judy iitcnt lUililen will be prepared to vutaply promptly With these term Jas W Oatei M C AliuCila C Bverly Ac laiO ousts psilil I iGU wwtri herein I i proceed to olTes for Kale at the Uoor InGrcciHllK Ky to bid rniri jirrrmf iv ArA i 4tith i of Feb 1910 at I oolixk p m or thereabout being County Court guy upon a credit of oix luonthri thefolloviiK t crilicdimii erty towIt UcKluiilng tit u itHk in the llartfortl r nd mid running thence Jiist 21 15 to a guar iu SpieerH line theuct N ill IT 18 IKMPI to u rock thence N 60 polo to a bbu k oak on the edge of said II irtfonl UM nod thdiioj up the OrMUlllvIeut theriHif to pniJtue the Miinirt of money M ordernl to be imiilt Fur the inircli n e price the purchastr with approved teur Isy or seeurltlts mu t uxf cuto wad bearing lejju Intel from the day of sale until paM uiul havlu the force tout oflVvt of u Jitl iuf ut UiililtM will lie pmparvd to tHiiup y promptly with them turuit Gates Highest prices will be paid fur hides by Coombs You do nut learn the way to by inquiry as to the ayward ness of your If want corn qftvthc car see J A Shaver Farm for Sale harm of 225 s miles east of town on Pond creek well um uered and with goal 100 acres in cultivation trot particulars see r C Greenville Ky 41 Rural Telephones Mr Farmer Make your home as modern for family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you aiul your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the ben efits received Call cr address our nearest office or write direct to head quarters Nashville Tennessee for information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If you art not at present enj ing telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the southern portion or Indiana sad Illinois CUMUEKUAND TfiL TJiL Ctf Incorporated If its bouUs magaiues etc get them from this alike MrChas Roark rep rbsentative of some of the best fire insurance companies and will ap predate your business which will be cared for promptly and in the very best r i JiirJI Jt IICkJ 1 Ii lAft IN HQlITl ItS Orlllr ur aie Ute rl I1Jtnl lUll l i t tl tha8 h rllntr JOWl n 1 J tollolul 11 krilffIIJItlkrt lIb i1 1 Ho a o t4nit 1 s tellt t 04 moue oil t t 11 APP 11 bowl J t i lI II Dutt r Nillll I x laifit t1iC sum DolIlUJi I t YtLl s t tt11rr ru surd I tburthit the ir tt I rand to the lulII111I11I1C IU t f W G J t OU j J our u r c is local I v Court be w 1 PIB vfrttt P Its Jti l111 aul 1n fort dro t rtrlt 1 e y des l ked r 1 should two old Ilan y thou e 4 tarn c pile ati ti SS salnrslrtueutal1h11tAelltApll01Y1eri0t iAt Ta t C a r Court g Jauy t2rlu ttierrafl U tti tlieuhpre 11I ur Fuuttuait tttid ra three ceulB iutgt t1tn t tituluS opFbt arttom lItPpUtllr t hart r e poles r ixImdng acres tSI i u SJas flu rw t t have-n tt friends acres usunt s r 1St tit i manner RGARK Ftzmiture Wealp per Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wrapper Slippers ve Vaults FM5ARK t H t ji X l f 1i ti jfI Ssilj p 1 Jf Ir 1p jf 1 ipt i to R 4 4 I 9d 1 Tn k r 1 isin ec ion 4 arm FOR FARM EQUIPMENT Cheap and Efficient Hclpa For Cojn Iry Life Tit successful uwnr mcnt of a ijcdcT flmii depends tamely upon thd oHtrJeuej1 cf the equipment wllli which lUi work Is performed In ih1ttlon to for rmflt of tuoJa oLtnlnahlc from n Jitmlwniv denier there are n number f f special devices that limy be made on the fnnu and that will prove of rt si tniie In general repair A vnrktxMtrh of some kind will prulKiIily lw the lnt rnrontlal For the i on met Ion of a workbench like that shown la tie first cut there will IK Jiwiltnl four boards sivenelghtlm Inch tlil k twelve to fourteen Incurs wIt and about twelve feet In length Tlr Ipnsih the bench however will de lend upon the size of the shop or other space may be available for use as j lI 1r J Garden t j riot noel tiswII tiC ji j 1 a a r Haiti CKOKS SECTION WORKBENCH a workroom Two pieces of 2 by 4 Inch atruitllns ench sixteen feet loin will be sulllclent to construct the fnuuuwurk of the bench All lumber entering into the construction of the worklcnch Viould bo thoroughly sea caned and dressed to uniform width nnd thickness A cltujip for lidding materials should be constructed froth a piece of hard wogd old attached by the old of a car penters bench Tills clamp slmitd lie provided with notches or pin lower It can bo Along t dfrout if vr two IWifcrnr i v 4t tta4rtato ii for Mipportitlff iJOjUt r oihpn- t nmtorlnfc that are too fti UP h ld rigid by the chimp nlnii A stop for holding materials that are to be planed can be Inserted iu the top cf the touch near the left hand end as shown In the cut If n regular stop Is not employed its phtce may be taken by a small piece of notched board nailed on top of tho bench A pair of trestles or rawhorses each consisting of a piece of 2 by 4 Inch or 2 by 0 inch timber four feet in length supported upon four legs as illustrated In the second figure are very convenient fcr working upon while marking sawing boring or chis eling The sawhorscs are an accessory to the workbench and should be con strutted at the same time The cost of the materials with which to con struct hath the workbench and saw horses should not exceed Among the accessories to the workbench there Is no device that will give great er satisfaction tlnu a good niter lox to bo used for small wood ma terla Is either square or at an angle For the construction of a miter box three pieces of board one Inch thick Bis Inches wide and three feet In length should be selected and nailed together In the form of a square trough taking care that the nails are driven well out towardtho edge of the boards Vortical cuts ore sawed through HIP attics to bottom board to guide the saw when the box is In use Near one end a cut Is made at j t f I 1 i r J l nor if that ft utntttr 1f9tat W I b I J 1 h 1 I I p eo j 1 J bout 1t r It i III F win 0 to tine e 1 I t l r i Ill at the old O t r hold luiy thickness or- t t fillS t cit IKTECXOII or wonusnop mn TWEMTFIVB- UOfcLAtt OUTFIT the tight angles with the length of the to be used In making square cuts For making bevel cuts for a right an gled miter joint the sides of the box should be sawed down on oblique lines running at an angle of degrees with the length of the box For the benefit of those who contem plate the purchase of tools for use on the farm the following combinations are suggested For a two dollar and fifty cent out hatchet a handsaw a small square a screwdriver and a pair of pliers For a ten dollar hatchet n lnid n a twentysis Inch handsaw a twciiryfour Inch steel square a draw Ing knife a brace and sis bits Quarter threeeighths five eighths thrcequarfer anti one Inch n plhrs a screwdriver a cold shlsol a twelve Inch tint file a monkey nrreuoli a Jack plane two chisels one half mud our Iwhi a rivet punch n riveting hammer a leather punch and small oil eau Other outfits according to the tries desired con be had for from P Jo 25 tort no to fitn outfitnr to II one II 9 1 tnlot oo 1 I i 4 t i f I I j0 box v 5 b r one hnlf 1rv- M s S xx r art 1 a f 1 b r 5 ire r1y r l r t trir yI rK1ti r IriVESTHEHT IH TREES Ecpcilence of an Expert Cuitivxi ing Fcrttia Tin pluiiInniMl cure of forottt tnu s have wrrhtl on for spvcral ycitra now by State Inrostpr A Ilawus of Connecticut with intcrovtlnn results Mr Ilnwu cspcrlrupo dovu to a few i cs Irtl ntrs that for sandy cheap Innds t n h s wore used far most cf tin s ctljiouts the Let are nlncRwhl Scotch Norway nnil pitch It tiMivnrs that in the lw g rut white pine the best Ihv trees bolus cheaper ri l the growth through n term ol y being equal to nay au l the lumber of goad inuret value The Norway phio Is also considered very sntlefactory the trees cost more at tIlt The Scotch pine U n very rapid prower and will do well for lantin In rpcn spaces white pines requiring some shade of bushes or bruMh to do its hest at the start trees are most satisfac tory The young pines can he bought for about per thousand nril at five or six feet apart ore set 1300 to the acre In fairly open land the cost of plant ingwas 10 per thousand with high er costs in rough or bushy ground aminatlnn of n number cf old plnnta tions of white pine in the state indi rates tint with cheap lands anti low cost planting the pine would prove profitable nn a croppnyjiis at least per rent compound interest at present prices of lumber with every probabil tint prKos will he higher by the tine plant h gs now made are ready for market Attention Is called to the very rapid way In which the Investment increases by compound Interest and taxes It IK plainly unfair that the lumber crop should be taxed user and over ngnln during growth the tax gradually put lag tip the profit from the plantation It would Feral that every state would see the advantage of encouraging busi ness tree planting by abating the tax on past growth ad taxing only tile annual An crlglnil invest incut of 3 per acre fcr land anti 12 for plant inr compound Interest and In Connect ut amounts to 73 by the thirteenth year and to SfttO In seventy years Thj present valu of old plantations indicates that Isle growth of pine lutubor would pay the Investment anti interest It original cost were kept as low rs possible The amount of lumber in one planting years liild that the nnnnnl grr nr 1 frpuiul foot li i ycirriy nXt v f fi i r tc for seventy Such flpnrrs Indicate that forestry IB good business Investment for the state ns well as bolus desirable fcr other reasons Interior Clothesline The clothesline or hunger ns illus trated herewith Is Intended for use In the house during wet or cloudy weath er The frame Is made with n of round wood about one inch In diameter nUll any length to suit the size of the room The wood may be square if a round piece cannot be secured The two curl pieces are of the same material and eighteen inches long The pieces are held together at in teen I cut t rtvo I S tort aril r P bait d trees la vary of hough yenr old v Ij inn case tai seventy showed t4 con t a- very centerpiece TUB INDOOR DMEB the connections with small braces made front Iron The frame Is to the telling on three onehalf inch brass screw pulleys Clotheslines are stretched between the end pieces on which to bring the clothes Loading the Wagon It is generally believed that the load pulls easier If put well forward an tho wagon Hut this Is not so on the or dinary wagon where the hind wheels are larger than the front ones Should the wheels be equal iu size the luau should be equally distributed It tho trucks are so low down that the horses have an upward pull 011 the load then it would be all right to put tho load well forward The load should be proportioned to tile surface contact of the wheels A large wheel sinks less than n small one There taro the load should be heaviest on the hlud wheels Distribute the weight so that one wheel or no one side Is carrying tho greater share lest It make the draft excessive for tho ton nage carried Wash Eggs For Market It would In a sense be better to wash eggs sent to market than to read them in n dirty condition Hut washed eggs have no keeping quail lies The water appears to dissolve the gelatinous substance which seals Ihe pores uf the shill mid air is thus idinlttcd rind soon starts decomposi thin The better way to treat dirty eggs Is to take n woolen rag only tightly moistened with water nod gently rub off the dirt Nut Industry on tho Farm An Industry which the farmer might take up with profit Is nut growing Improved nut trees begin bearing at about six or eight years bearing the same s apple or pear trees Large trees when grafted begin to bear about the third or fourth year and large trees that are budded will bear sooner than small ones but the small ones boar longest English walnuts can now be grown In the central states Ito i t i hung 1 7 15 cfclpy ect o rmcw The rtj sow end irotl ara vcttin ie vrfc LMIX rrjtoo t ik to 1 ii x 7 tor v of e h c Ira to w raV l r r wrt Vv ue no i4 iu iuor- LCARTEL and tl pii j The l i I of n MX crj Sf lie hose i vrra v3I i a it Let y icw wik ywt what r y f- s a aad dit blo retuouibUe IXat put it oJ J H HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 i ito Iito to J C J J J V t 7 ant t Scy Po- ltvHT E J bo p ut tit t l of only k I tc f nil i 1r caries e t i r raso fire cki Nay o aIr aar brtjhtens and ccrylhrafj g about the home There is no old or dingy looking furniture orwoodwork tin homes where Liquid Veneer is g used all is dean wholesome soar 1 Liquid Venocr csa te applied by anybody at any time v there is no muss to clean un j There arc no cans no pots no brushes There aie no sticky hand surfaces Simply moisten a piece cf cheese vipc off the as could do dusUng Just try Liquid Veneer an3 rse how tweet and clean it will rcolcs cvsr Uiiiuj R- 4o boitlo 26c 2os bottle hoc SOLD BY W ii BRIZEflDffl 0 U ii anywhere O m J r 4 afterward J la t BUY ws m1HIDES oFUPS Feathers Tallow Beeswax Giascng Golden Seal Yellow etc We ere Dealers end ccn do belter for liaa or merchants Reference Bant in Louisville j ni SABEL SONS C8TADUBHS9 IN 1CQ3 LOUISVILLE KY IS THE GREATEST THEATRICAl SHOW PAPER IN THE WORLD 400 Per Year Single Copy 10 ISSUED WEEKLY SAMPLE COPY FREE FRANK QUEEN PUB CO Ltd ALBEnT J BORIS 1fllLISHERS Mr Chas W Rourk is rcscntativc of some of the best insurance companies and will your businesp be cared for promptly and in the very best manner oot Q commi ion Writ for weekly ship ping legs 001 bsgs E St SEW YOnK CLIPPER Cis W REVgLiNGp NEAVY HlftE btR flfOItAA- G WRIT Olt DErB Fnlf eO oE fire whichwill 1 C T 7fr price dig 229 M stet lcOzL 47 zls ST lIlw Yoaa 1r STRUNG r l Mtn ItALS ILL iGit15ACriYit local re appreciate t Furniture Moldings Wall Paper We carry on our floors and in our the largest variety of Furniture in Huhlenberg If we do not have what you want we will get it for you We have factory sections with makers of the finest goods in the country and through Our Special Orfior Department can supply any articles at less prices than city stores or mall order hoasos Cur Picture and Room Moldingstocks are always complete Wallpaper is now a staple article of mer chandise being used all the year round And we always have full selections prices 5 cents and up roll TOur Engraving Machine is the only one in this part of Kentucky and we are exclusively prepared to supply individual Name Plates which we furnish on all outfits without extra cost Undertaking and Embalming Coffins in White Enamel and Gtained Varnish finish Caskets in White Enamel Natural Woods White Colored and Black Cloth Covered allMetallic and Copper lined airtight Caskets all lengths and regular extra and double extra widths Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes constant ly in stock for immediate delivery Burial Robes Wrappers Suits Dresses Slippers etc in large variety Our two licensed Embalmers respond at once to calls for such services Our general equipment is complete and of highest grade We have a Funeral Car in service sub ject to caU anywhere Private LongDistance Tele phones Day Store No 72 Night Home No Residence 150 yards from store Prompt service any hour day or night I The J L ROARK ESTATE foral Telephones Krt Make your home as jfluotutionyen any time This can be accomplished by of our i telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with theben cuts received Call cr address our nearest office or write direct to head quarters Nashville Tennessee for information regarding our special Fanners Line rate If you are not at present telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the southern portion or Indiana and Iilinois CUMBERLAND TEL TEL Co Incorporated t tn N ht6 exclusive per rob i CRIEN L p t iW3tr I d i 1rAiirh W adtyri yUrseH in ptShion the md It I I I u ti t- ri ware- rooms con a4t01w2 lljratiilt tV Two Af T olirfanul as u r 4 tofit means enjoying AND 0 fJ1ii If- y ter W Q r- aR tLSCTKICIASiml MPCIIAN1C s eflO ly U urn A t electricity the ct ilBxieticcaiilno ta i ct Simple prto i filin tturrt foe If you name tiii i IIT MM A year Sn I nil Co G rciu n si Ikrtton Mass ham fu Sam oj Jalft ad1 spy r nu ioto rruT lir IMW- OvirjUnlr AMMtirAN i MHHArrivl lti rfly jk crlikhm c JoBi i wciol HwjiJ iy r tj American Fhct9Erehy OQJlle I t f t V IkwGtr4lmc i 11th tutu r 1m ksslllua Ohlaln Dlarf ERIC y Ap1 More than nine out ten cases of rheumatism arc simply rheumatism of the muscles due to cold or damp or chronic rheumatism In no internal is required The free application of Ohasnberlains is all that is needed and it is cer tain to give quick relief Give it a trial and see for yourself how soreness Price asc large size soc This is on every box of the Laxative Tablets the remedy that CUITH a cold IM ae tfaf RhOlll ofevery suchcases quickly it relieves the pain and if good J 11 r t 111 rt t hl treatment S taon Route BETWEEN Louisville and Chicago 1JEST rISE TO California and the Vast Northwest Two trains tally French Lick and West Baden Springs UNION STATION LOUIS VI LFB DEAl UOIJNSTATION CHICAGO and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E H BACON D P A N W Cor 4th and Market Sts LOUISVILLE KY Have You Been Stuck1 I Dining on a Wallpaper deal Tile man who buys without looking around is liable to be held up sharply as above It is no good to grieve over wasted dollars as this fellow is doing after being doneCome in to see us first or time before you buy We may not sell you but well show you wallpaper values and enable you to save money wher ever you may purchase THE J L ROARK ESTATE urnitttrc Uaallpaucr TUndcrtahcre GREENVILLE KY THE RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED Moaoa Roxe Annowaces New Schedule of Fares Ole Way and Sound Trip The Motion Route announces that it will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago at 6 out way instead of 8 as formerly and 12 round trip good thirty days returning 16 Patrons are offered exceptionally good ser vice by the Munori which on night trains from Louisville operates Com partment and Drav4ngropm as well as the ustial Straight sleeper The day trains have and Dining cars and the very finest modern new coaches cheerfully answered by E H Bacon D P A Louisville tt lastany insteadof Parlor In- qUiries r Pullmans KY Bissells cyco carpet sweepers the very latest models from this great factory are for sale at Roarks furniture store If you have never used a sweeper you cannot possibly appreciate the advantages Call for a demonstration It co J J J TF 17 CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH GO INCORPOKATIU or2 aistanco lines and telephones 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