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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 5tl fc Record Advertising Costs Nothing 1 It pays for itself sure of returns The investment is Get our rates I j t J t f8ilt l llilIO t31 s lht7 gold Weather Skin Troubles Jtis deli Gate Qtid thin skins should sillier more or less discomfort in the winter and when to a delicate skins is a poor general circulation the suffering may become a serious mat terMuch may be dune to reduce this suffering to a minimum in the case of persons who are not obliged to expose themselves to the elements ID all water and even those 1 that personswith S iiii t i1ift 1 1 natgral added r whoa e r t it Te Registered PCLAHDCKIKA BOAR NOXAL WONDER i Very Serious It a very serious mutter 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 Liver Medicine The oa cf this old relia ble medicine for constipation in and liver trouble is firm ly established It does not imitate other medicines It in better than others or it would rot ba the fc vorite liver powdr with a larger cole than all others P KILL THE AND CURE IKE LUNGS New Discovery b ORs iN TOWN L COUCH WITH Dr j o r rerun direstlon SOLD FOR cOLD S I ttttOf r 1CO Battle Free Ciao THROAT AND LUNGTROUDLES GUARANTEED SA ISPAOIOBY OB MONEY REFUNDED AND ALL ifr L Yfr r f i aI fM IoI IoI 1r ncIIUaIICCx 1Muhlenberg County is rich in coal iron timber Ia etc and the most inviting field in tucky for investment ofcapital and pluck EWnl l1E immcTljjlimi rf JIG yf J K 1 pUtter s Y hen VOL XII NO 2 GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY jBKUARY 17 1910 oOc PER YEAR IN ADVANCE I Glaucoma years the principal characteristic of which is un increase of fluid with in the globs of eye It is a very serious affection of the most serious of the eye troubles for the reason that it often treeps upon one unawares and if not treated fre quently ends in blindness Fortu nately however the early symptoms sometimes ignored until to late by the patient These early symptoms nre a ring of the sight objects being ob served as it were through a a ring of various colors Irk A rain bow surrounding a bright light and more or less dull headache The physician when c nsultd regarding these symptoms will find the pupil somewhat chitted and sometimes rather oval in shape the cornea slightly cloudy and dropsi cal and the eyeuall harder than normal indicating an increased pressure of fluid within These troubles usually subside after a few hours but return again in a few weeks or months and 10 recur at gradually shorten ing intervals for perhaps a year or two until the actual disease begins There Is one symptom wlich does not remit and the presence of which should always excite suspicion this is a sudden increase in presby opia or far sight calling for stronger glares such sudden deterioration vision occuring in one past fifty should mean an visit to the oculist not the opticianThe of the developed attack when it is of the inflamma tory stage rapid failure of sight severe pain in the eye and head congestion of the eye swollen lids dilated oval and tedannfcof cungJffot i uia frhVj l p oea hardness of the eyeball flit in a bf the iris and a greenish color pupil It is this which gives the disease its name from the Greet glaukos meaning greenish gray A As in the preceding stage this at tack is likely to subside after a time but returns again and again the sight in the meantime being crippled and never so good as before More often the onset is insidious the symptoms resembling those of the acute Affliction but being less severe Sometimes pain is entirely absent and the only symptoms per ceived by the patient are a blur be fore the eyes colored rings encirc ling a light and a gradual loss of sightThe only effective treatment is an operation to relieve the tension within the eyeball The cause of glaucoma usually strain caused by use the eyes especially for close work without glasses Inral Telephones Mr Farmer Make your home as modern for your family as a pity residence and place in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by menus of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can sum that is small compared with the ben efits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to head quarters Nashville Tennessee for information regarding QUT special Farmers Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the southern portion or Indiana and Illinois CiuiimuuvND TEL TEL Co Incorporated r i or t i fg I l t I i r aud- I I u 1 I t symptoms j II iIr Ie a T i JJ J 0 S i ourself r get fora eyee the easilyblur t i f continue I Any immediate L e immo able pupil f of the yj rR rot y S are much exposed may help their condition by observing few simple ruts The greatest annoyance in damp cold countries in England especi ally is the chilblain In most parts of America the very cold weather is also dry and this horror toes not flourish The hands and feet are the pArts most generally affected by chilblaiu which is a sort of manilurc frostbite The intolerable itching which is as sociated with it is one of the most trying symptoms It often leads to such vigorous scratching that the skin is broken and ulceration re sults But with the warm and dry jAmrrican domicile there need not be of this particular form of skin troubles Some persons always developed skin troubles a prolonged spell of very cold Tcathcr and all very deli cats skins will suffer from harsh and biting cold winds Persons who are subject to any form of eczema are especially liable toi an attack in cold weather There are many simple when no otic of ordinary should neglect for example the simplest form of all coM weather skin ped hands Many persons will say My hands always chap dreadfully in cold weathir and if crossex amined these people seem to regard the chapping as an inevita ble condition from which there is no escape Itt such persons try the following simple treatment Never wash the hands in very cold or very hot water Use a simple pure dry very thor oughly and apply some cmollient the oldfashioned glycerin and will often work as well as In sonic cases it will be better not to use soap in any form and to substitute oatmeal The hands should aU y be well covered wiH dpfcth OpeiHrov Jf to udvlfpfOJRrexercisei in orderthat the circulation may be Hood there will be no chapped hands The same rules apply to the face gad to the skin protection by the doming care in bathing with the use of an emollient all the time and a good general circulation Give your job printing orders to Tint RECORD See R C want concrete work of any kind For livery service in including closed carnages 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 arc asked to call for a look I want to buy hides and will pay top market prices in cash J E Pittman liros new meat shop near th Baptist church is ready for business Give them your orders Wallpaper prices at Roarks arc lower than anywhere and the selec tions are very complete now ChangeDuring pure food lawjj have boon put into effect there his been a grout hurrying and scurrying on the part of the food man ufacturers to change their methods to mateo them conform to thfe law Tho Quaker Onts Company is a con spicuous exception It was admitted that Quaker Oats was as pure and clean as possible and that it was uu ideal food It is so cheap that any one can af ford it and so nourishing that needs it Tho result of last years experiments at Yalo and other points where food values wore tested is that Quaker Oats has bean adopted many persons as their food on which y rely for adding and endur anco of muscle and brain rho Quaker Outs Company meets all demands in the way it packs Quaker Outs packages and the largo fclze tam t package tho latter both with and without china particular gel fear In precautions botherschap tc supperfattedsoap js generallythorough ISSS McCracken if you firs hiss T COO tDs b7 intelligence lake sam rosewater anything i thisk 1tUSIN iOCAis r everyone regulars a 4 Bear in mind that Roark has splendid selections of wallpaper in stock ready for and sample books of the finest papers made which can be procured on short notice after selection t q delivery SLf DR J W BARLOW Growuuuil Bridge worn ilonr rtianoiuibl prltfCB Ottloc up Htalrrf In the Joins nulliltiiir Ky DR T J SiAIOft Office MnlucroaH Ktrcct near Miiluviect h CAM HOWARD GRAY HOWARD S GRAY LAWYERSOffice IB Grrrn Balluirf cpposIlrlaMeate Hotel DR LQUELLA IIELTSLEYT OSTEOPATH Office at Home East Mamcross Street Telephone No 78 Z O KING Notary Public and Li censed Auctioneer CENTRAL CITY KY Sales Made Anywhere in County Terms Reasonable Box K Phone 78 DENTIST t Or11 till PhYKlclpl1 and Sr eon II 1 lie 74507 Sire Perlect Wonder dim QUEEN QUALITY a fine individual from a perfect strain of prize winners is now in service at IOO cash in hand only The patronage of the public is solicited J E COOMBS v Wo Buy FURSglides an Ginger etc We dealer LcuIiviUe cm da better for you t iq o Writ 14y M Sabel Sons 229 E MjfJtet St tOUISVlUE KY I I r pp t- f the JtI w t1 Golden RCIMe App are iq I86Qr hill q j I or fiJ ref pric Iil sad d1Pi1a9 tap I I no 0 er f Inscng SeaYc4lew wild rybbatd a ccatnRtm end grab 4oa mirgp merthntt RZfancx gar Drat i a t White Sewing in rotary and vibrator nscdle shuttles etc in for all machines STORE v Concrete Work Contracted I am prepared to djb pavement and other concrete work and shall be glad to make cslimats In pave ments limestone is in base and surface throughout corapljing with city specifications in e cry partiru lar Give me an opportunity to bid on your contracts j s 17 R C MJJCRACKKN Call Pittman Bros n w meat shop Best of everything in this line Telephone No 279 Take advantage of our clubbing offer and get the daily CourierJour nal three months and THE RECOKD year for only 150 lines s ck ROAR L use r d r 2 I I l hI one ANY BED i4i- Bot always a TEAPft FOSTER Mattress for comfortF- ew of us own really comfortable mattresses I Heavy mattresses the best grade of hair are comfortable foi p time But they are expensive and costly remaking must from time to to in condition Lowpriced hair mattresses are merely and the truth about contents their uncleanliness and dangers make pleasant reading Tens of thousands have never on but a hair never en joyed the luxury Stearns Foster And more have used some cheap un comfortable makeshift because did not know the Lest mattress of all was so inexpensive as to be within their reach If we coup induce these people to sleep on a Stearns Foster Maitres fcr CO nights if wo could induce them to try it that long and enjoy iu luxurious restfulness its deepinducing com would never give it up and never use any other kind Sole J L ROARK Estate I g I I wouldnot I mattresshave ofa all fortthey I acorn romise anything t 5 t Bye J THE K NG DR AND ALL THROAT AND DISEASES ARID PREVENTS Two years ago a severe cold settled on lungs and so completely prostrated me that I was after using W J ATKINS Banner Springs PRICE SOc AND SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY KINGS NEW DISCOVERY FOR COUGHS COLDS AND LUNG i II CONSUMPTION U tty unable to and Tl I 100 I s Iba t 9- tr Dipatavep AllsI I M M S POULTRY FENCEYery Close Mesh Omni louA fnce tt r tad Vfff chwper tl u DotUnt lnr lull list ot foida fur U DcS UJ F03E CO SL Ctt Ua Mourn COT7 co Wil Dar u Gie2nvilie lcoulC snow FACTORYAT PR eEs- I GLODE CUGGzes A O f 11A1YEvs C O D i i tt rrritir rov l9i l C4vUi h uivilLU rxcj i c ini vijfcii vnMiip si rv ci yic f nr l5 N a List rJt AJvcn tnod bring uamciv j in j rujni If v M you i SrT 4 i ala nnixcMthr M il ion ni Pt ytu v rccouuncnd ourfMKxts lo j iir ri plb r i r as it wot Id c ton dealer IficMxsnrc not i rrfscitlcd your money you also no ritk- Wo roanufncttirc honest VHclce anit HarniKi isvoour cuKtouieta rtoiicy I ptrtrji y Wrilc for oir Tree HuCo IJM u t irv- 5LOBE tiUCCY ft iARf S CdttATi I No 270 TWoINNe We kip 1IrPet fic 0 10 1 that it r t set h QoI y 1 Gucnnh OS 1 to Ilf C IOU Is returned to Si Citmil j CWltfJOOn s ij Ri PE lVli G W NEAVYr4HtE un rep S DB LB iiENCE toDE KALe L KANSAS CITY NO I i Ca1dJI fer your femno i1blcs We sure it nc11ntb this ere nedy If ws ff D UrIl t fI rvf ifCURH of Ei ucnea why not to I tJuU For I 1Jvs n Is the Try U l old in T City tr r L Roark buys sells rents repairs carries supplie of all kinds and solicits ill any branch 2 i i t t slrebtel w a rtsnceat e- reev I rt1e gar e ayryw rit r y ti lou rtcxr tlueAlcsfaaW talc 1NU r vT Ak Yot- o akai- trc because nrs wit Jih iou that tz i3 tit lei tc toud ier itC heaarhe baGkacla weak31CS5 many Satd bast fasdlctnJ to tene 1L T r- Orien typewriters trade t r f L Z Il JIIlOF CURES After The Grippe- I ara much pleased to be able to write and thank J Gilliland of Slier City N C Last February had the Grippe which in bad shape that I had with female trouble for ten years and nothing seemed to cure it At fast I bcran to take I have taken only three bottles but it has done me nore IhaAall the doctors or than any other medicine I ever took The Tonic ic irregularities and helps bring 21crte natural slow of VHIVLU u iu Thsiik of the thousands of ladies whom Cardui has What could possibly prevent it from helping you Remember you cannot get the benefit the ingredients hi any other medicine for they are not for sale VrYc to AJvteory Dept Cu jnooca Medicine Co Tonn lor Instructions and pace book Home Treatment for Voccn res fcsc A om h for what has done for me writes Sarah me c II ARDUI lV oman S rcr the aikreffccts of any serious illness Grip Clrdui is the best you use stel1cs the nerves j is your best friend h I maY except in the ardui bottle Try Cardui I Cut mQOI3 5 roll 1irs x left J 1cc the t torts can t 1 tGjtis s iI in r vestae tape Ilatl i t r only knew t rS il drug store Lad cs Eta The J L Roark Estate furniture dealers and undertakers has added to its meat in the undertaking department a Francis Engraving Machine as illustrated j This machine is one of the very few in the State and goes to show the progressive spirit of the management in providing equipment generally considered necessary the larger cities With this machine the firm will now be able to supply ndividually engraved casket name plates instead of the stamped stock patterns usually employed And while the city undertakers make a charge of 85 for such plates the people of this county will receive them absolutely without extra cost regardless of the character of outfit purchased The machine has been in the show t window of the fivra for some days and its beauty and the perfect work it does have beep admired by hundreds of people Articles of eveiy character engravod In much better manner than usually done by hand This machine adds to the most complete undertaking establishment in this territory j The firm has the only practicing licensed embalmer in the county a fine funeral car largest stocks of comas caskets robes wrappers slippers etc complete equipment for sanitary work and disinfection To provide the best in every branch is the coa study of the anagernent nd the generous appreciation shown by the public has caused still deeper and determination on the part of the eastern to give constantly improving service and on the most favorable basis With this in view other features will be added from time to time as they The FiancJa is fitted with all attachments for engraving articles of any the mechanical perfection of the machine appeals to all Th public is given a special invitation to call at any time and the machine Subscribe for The Records Only I I lJirauds fttgrubiug i onlYin II un be 0 t stant i see I 5Qc Sf r T ati1in equip r t a appears character and r Au Independent Newspnper RECORD PRESS OniKN L KOAHK Secretary ORIKN lv ROAKK EDITOR Telephone No 72 Ofllce In new iniifx rear of alore ground floor 50 CHITS PEfc YEAR IN ADVANCE TBWMB The of the IB paya the in advance and when the time expired to whleii It In paid the paper will be topped Carla of thank notices etc If not longer thou ten linen will be published free A churee of 6e per line will be trig tinea No of thin rule to anyone tree sample Will be mailed AdrrrtKcuicnli will be Inserltd A rate card will he furutithcd on request Address fillcoinuiuniuttlntx K I make all re mittance payable to UtOO O PRESS tireenvllte Ky THURSDAY FEBRUARY 17 1910 Entered at the OrccnTlllc KjrpontoClce OCRMANV resents the charge that Dr Cook found a refuse in that country TUB unit bill seems to be a mis named measure So far it has been chiefly marked by divisive qual IT appears that Willwm recently threatened to gobble Hol land Sort of Dutch lunch for Bill we suppose PiTTsmmc seems to have an epi demic of deserted wives Evidently the number of millionaires in that city is on the WE cannot help feeling sorry for the 100 students lately droppd by Cornell university Their voices probably didnt fit the yell THRY are talking of indicting higher up in Chicago but if all that is being said is true it must be a case of me slower down ROSTANDS new play Chante cler has been the means of demon strating that aristocratic Paris still has money to throw at the birds market quotation for Ken tUcky Senators according to one of them and the session is only half THE Western grafters have not yet caught the spirit of the East In Chicago it Is said only about a quarter of a million was stolen from the city JOHN D ROCKEFELLER has paid another visit to the oil trust officers possibly to get enough money to pay the cost of a beefsteak or a doz egg THE price of food products con times to go down according to market quotations but somehow the average citizen continues to pay as muchas ever the receipt of those lovely little packages of garden seeds from your representative in congress does not seem to mitigate the horrors of this old fashioned winter HAZIKO be good for the soul but it does not seem to be of any special benefit to the bodies of the boys whose backs are broken or or whose necks are stretched out of place the officials of Stanford Uni versify to the contrary notwithstand ing A curious fallacy has been going the rounds of certain political squabbling this week to the effect that the terms black bread implies a kind of famine food whereas in several civilized countries it is Just as much the staple and normal article of diet as 13 our white loaf There is little difference between the nutritive value ot the wheat and vrye loaf In some respects rye pre seats certain advantages over wheat and in others wheat may be better than rye Rye contains a greater carbohydrates than wheat butlessglutten although the total protein matters amount to the same iu both flours Chemical analysis shows trifling differences of composition between the two cereals distinct advantage of rye bread is that it keeps fresh longer than wheat bread Rye has disinctive laxative properties See offer on another page of Tug RECORD for one year and the daily CourierJournal for three months both papers for i jo t 2 HE RECRDI rUnLtllllan TtltlnsnATa nT Owxs HIOK teul z paper Buccac d matter r f b its ties Emperor i 1 r i I tjJ 7 i5aud1 y over c oot cn t r t f J EVE t e i i ma i i t r t I percentage ofsoluble I Jr tOne breadalso 0- I t A w tt Jr fif rlJ Ji f c w Ir Lour Distance conch I 1 second class has a r increase- it omen r ti t 1 1 I tees is the presenta M X f F a k 4 t A 1 kw r y R a nP 00 TUB APPENDIX TO THE CHRONICLES i OF CONTEST I PllntoH return from till Hunt with equipments for the ctinxplrnpy Tho unfavorable condition of the Uepusllert The ronnninntitlim anti victory of the coiiKplrncy The prnyur of Dinlel the warning of Snlten The M eetl mlanH pare lone fur nn nppniulix to be written to tim Chron icle of Genteel and we with no malice aforethought but with kind feeling owl Rood will to nil parties concerned CHAP PER III H o 1I es es eeseeoooes clamored thcr WWWWWW- Now Rcul and those Demoskites that were s lots of the people went all over the province and the various spies would inform them with whom to commune aud they would tell the people that if they would m them rulers that they would free the people of the pro wince from all debt and reduce tHe tribute and and the people of the province would prosper under their control This greatly pleased all those that were uninformed about the workings of tribe religion Now when Pilate had heard the report of Tiberius Pilate said unto them Know ye not that I have glad tid ings for you and all those directly engaged in the conspiracy I have been to Bethabara and unto Lode ber and have made arrangment for a sufficient amount of shekels wine and strong drink to be used in the conspiracy and we shall be to meet all demands and promises on the day of casting lots We shall have in our treasury over fifteen thousand shekels and shall have from two to five hundred for each synagogue which must be placed in the care of each priest of the synagogue I have secured a sufficient amount of lot registers for each priest to use as a safeguard in buying lots this register will regis ter every lot that is sold and those that cannot be trusted must use the register in order to receive their shekels Now this register men tioned by Pilate is aningcnious de vice concocted crafty Demos kite for the purpose of buying lots called by the Greeks a Batwing Now when Pilate had thus discours ed with them concerning their duty he said unto them Behold the day for casting draweth nigh and we must work for yet ten days and we shall know the result of our conspiracyNow Repusite chief priests and those that were asking for lots were indifferent as to what the De were doing in their con spiracy for they went about so quietly making no boasts The Repusites looked upon the con spiracy with amusement and criti cism at first they thought that it would terminate like the other con spiracles that had been waged in a failure and they put great in their tribe religion and were not aware of and dissatisfaction that was cised in their own tribe and took but little notice of what was going on in the province But during the month of Elul they began to have suspicion that something was wrong and began to inquire and consider about the for they had been informed by some loyal Repusites that the conspiracy was having its desired effect and was becoming a serious proposition to be consider ed and looked after They had no spies in the province but the old veteran Repusites would warn them that danger was ahead that many of the Repusites and the Ethiopians were becoming insurgents and pros elytes unto the Pempskjtes but the enthusiastic young Rppusitcs WQQ tell them that their success was sure and it was not until the month of Tishri and after the conspiracy had been iu operation for over six months and about thirty days be fore the casting of lots that they began to know and fully realize that the conspiracy was wielding a won derful influence among the people of the province so the Repusite chief priests together with those that were asking for lots communed with one another and they agreed it would be best to go out and blow their trumpet along the highways and public places thinking that such would frighten anil intimidate the Demoskite conspirators and would rally the Repusites NOW they challenged the conspirators to meet them at their trumpeting places but the conspirators paid no to their challenge so the trump eting failed to have its usual effect and but few Repusites and no De moskites would attend the places The Ethiopians seemed to be careless and not so enthusiast ic as usual so the chief priests and those that were asking for lots be gan JD bp a little uneasy but still ing ax prepared n bOa II no kites the dissenuon beingexer attention I j 5 t 1piiti t i If i f tike lots confidence matter trumpeting 1titiLStMP relying upon tribe religion sent out ther pipers to pipe but many of the Repusite insurgents and those that were under the influence of the conspiracy refused to dance and yet they thought it was to use shekels and wine to combat the conspirators They sent out Sextus and others who blew loud trumpets to keep the Repusites fully awake so that they could at tend the synagogues on the day casting of lots which wits then rear at handNow a few days before the time for casting of lots Pilate called to gether at Greeber the chief priests those that were asking for lots the priests of the different synagogues together with the spies and emissaries and he took them irf bis communion chamber and he said unto them Brethren and noble Demoskites four days more and our conspiracy will be a great victory and we shall gain the control of the province Never before was there such a complete organized conspiracy waged and all the com bined powers of the Repusites can not break the chain which we have linked together in the conspiracy The Repusites have no organization they have no shekels or wine no disciplined leader and they have made but little effort to defeat our conspiracy until we have hedged them They are rely ing on tribe religion which will fail them for according to the report of our spies ye have the promise that three hundred of the RepijsJies wjll not attend the synagogues during the day of the casting of lots and three hundred that will sell us their lots so we arc perfectly safe Now we want the priests ot the various tojourtreasurers and draw their portion of shekels wine and registers necessary for the conspiracy so each priest was furnished with their amount of shek els registers wine and strong drink by the treasurer delivered to them by the chief butler and they return ed to their synapogue boundaries to get ready and give Instructions to their spies and emissaries to select suitable pages and butlers to during the casting of lots Now some of the priests gave feasts and entertainments to the insurgent Re pusites during the day of casting lots such did Mozart of Ephod synagogue boundary whjch borders on the river Pq some of the priests persuaded and prepared ways for the Ethiopians to go on pleasure trips by giving them shekels wine and flesh pots in order to away from the synagogues fearing that they would cast their lots against them and 39 the Ethiopians love wine and shekels more than they do their religion they were de coyed away from the synagogues Now the casting of lots took place on the second day of the month ot Marchesvan and lots were cast bought and sold from the hour of six in the morning until the hour of four iu the evening and the worked in completeness and japfionyf and when the lots were all cast and counted it yqs fotnj the Uomoskjte conspiracy h d prevailed and that Ruel Kato Ra hab Judas and Raraases were as rulers ot the province of Mu nin and those Repusites that had asked for lots were rejected anti was a great surprise NOW qs soon as the lute were counted they were reported at once to Pilate at Pilates communion hall at Grccber where all the chief priests and friends of the conspiracy were and hcn it was ascer tained that the conspiracy had they all began to rejoice with pile accord ant when they had with one anpther for Pilate seeing that Didymus was not present made a search for him and found him not and he say eth unto Herod Where is Didymus that he is not here rejoicing with us And Herod sayeth unto Pilate I know not where he is and Pilate sayeth unto Herod Send out and bring him hither So Heron dis patched two pages to hunt for Di dymus and when they found him he was in his own room praying and they said unto him Arise and s U of andcouncil It s E toSP i keepthem that such rejoiced n t t l aji 7r unnecessary roundabout o ucs operate conspiracy chosen assembled prevailed sometime 5 rye go with us Pilate has sent for thee to conic to the communion hall that he hath good news for thee So Didymus arose and followed them and when they came to the com munion hall they took him in and the chief priests and scribes saw Didymus had come they showed him the results of the casting of lots and when Didymus saw it he cried out and said Now is satisfied for I have seen the sal vation of the Dcmoskites and my tribe has been redeemed from under the rule and dominion of the Repu sites Blessed be the name of the Jeffus and Jakcn for he has heard the prayers of his people and hath withheld the curse and judg ment that he has long inflicted upon the Demoskites for ihe sins and in iquities of our fathers and hath giv en unto the Demoskites the land of Muttic to rule over Now let me go in peaceNow after they had rejoyced awhile Haman rose up and beckon ed unto the assembly and said Brethren I think that we should offer thanks and adoration to the our tribe for what he has done for us in our conspiracy I shall ask Daniel to offer prayer Daniel then lifted up his voice and Oh thou God of Jeffus and Jakcn and of the Demos kites we do feel to adore to mag nify thy name for what thou hast done for us in our conspiracy and for thy assistance in the overthrow of the dominion of the Repusites in the province of Munic and we bless thy name that thou hast been pleased to withhold thy displeasure from us for the iniquities of our fathers but hath restored to thy people the con trol of the province and unto them the possession of the mag nificent temple built by the Repu sites for an inheritance We thank thee that thou didst so confuse and confound the Repusites and didst soften the rage of the Ethiopians and check the vehemence of the Sodomite that we were able to them with shekels and vine to sell u their QI cs for thy servants in the cqnspiracy Now give us grace and influence that we may be able to retain all the proselytes that we have gained from the Repusi s and may they pontin ueto Avbrsuip kcaBt their lots with thy people Give us the pro vince of Munic for an everlasting possession that we may feast upon the fatness of the land and be made happy and to rejoice as did our fathers and thy servants of old Lgad us and direct to victory in all our undertakings and we will forever praise thy name Amen At the conclusion of the prayer of Daniel Galleo one whp understand gtri the laws that govern the land of Kent and the sanhedrim arose and beckoned unto them and said Men and brethren we have a great victory in the overthrow pf the Repusite rule we cannot but rejoice over it Verily verily I say qqto you that we have achieved this victory at great hazard and peril to ourselves for it is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the law which we have in this conspiracy so often willfully and without provocation or excuse violated in divers of times and places Now It behooves us to remain very quiet and to make no public demonstration of joy or about our victory over the Repusites for should they plow with our heifer and find out our riddle we might have to suffer the pnalties of the law and have to forfeit our official rule over the province and some of us would be deprived of the right to cast lots for if the law were strictly enforced against our Ruel Kato Rahab Judas and Ramases would not be eligible to rule over the province for the law land of Kent and of the 3jhedrim concerning pasting qf is very plain rigid and forcible and if we were presses we could not lodge the demands and the for we have said and done things that would be dangerous to he made public and not lawful to tell Hence we advise that every Demoskite in the province be warn ed to keep quiet and to be uncon cerned about our victory and treat the RepusUes with generosity and with kindness and let all the priests spies pages butlers ad all those that have been engaged in waging the conspiracy go out from hero and to Pay but little about our tor you all know the little ex cuse with which Didymus deprived Titus of his position as lawmaker So they all agreed to adopt the ad vise of Galleo and a quiet sepera tion took place TO BE CONTINUED THE RECORD 560 per year mysoul Godof u Godof prayedsaYIng II them Pos tt ofthe tine given induce and alt achieved exultation conspiracy lots consequences victory A DEEP aS Yf SOLVED Wome BJ let 7 Science Tho DocU fs proscription hLatin and t ur what sho is allow Sho takes that much on bit J f it ould curo her sho doctiut knots vltb trod her If tho proscription s sho doesnt know uo physician 13 experimenting with iraf r oinotimos his mcdi clan Is succor ful In alto case but often not Thla in stnr a concealed pro scription U hitorn d mystify and to patient On of wldo I reputation does In IR nor docs ho at tho stars but believes that Nature provides that which is nccco our a d tho womanly is deranged tho ro it to good air and rest the balance of health Is seriously J rrhod th doctor believes p cp l at hand tho balance r uvor fur good Hidden In our Amcrl t forests are which correct ud euro thooo distressing Ailments which cause WOTICH to ness and lassitude M t all wonvn who lovo Nature who Hlo to wander through tho wood havo nt ono Limo or tho baautiful blossom of tho only a beautiful but a useful root of this when treated properiy with glycerine to extract its virtues of nervous excitability or irritability Prof tr other authority Prof RM D this plant Exercises upon nervous conditions organs Another which Is fro found In our American forests 13 llolonfas or Unicorn root Tho AMERI CAN DispEXSAnmr of this that It possesses a decidedly beneficial influence an of tho general system with weakness or dull or lucibosacral small of tho back region In dig eases of tho womanly organs it is ono o our most agents acting as a uterine tonic and removing abnormal condition whlb nb same it nd vigor to tho painful periods further says A Is tho Irritability and despondency that thcso to tho ailments mentioned It has been found especially adapted to those cases In and tho aching Vie Dr PIerce chief consulting of alcohol will almost invariably peculiar to to uso form a Prescription which ho had found so largo practice frank and about his medicine Pierces ust U coqlajncd ft fio t is a cs it serves only a or for womens peculiar weaknesses and maladies tho put up for salts through for euro of such all the Ingredients of which have tho on of medical pracUx tloncrs and writers as bclnrc best rrnctlics frr hij r onla forH is advisedUu All ttilH w to the readers um by a boQklci L extracts Dr Pierce from standard authorities cf thopovcril schools cf practice and which will be tent res to any on request for samo to Dr 11 V N Y It stands alono Dr Favor affec tions all tbo fngrcdlcnt3 of which arc in plain so that all who tko It may noW exactly what they arc using A reason for tbo unprecedented popularity of tbo for the special use of women Is to 1m found In the rnn nlM i nqt a drop of alcohol GUM not bc an compound is bona fjcia for tlioso to women because tho aftereffect of wines or alcoholic medicines for weak 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ROARK Estate roomsthe The J some The highest on Sir James Crichton Browne LLD FRS of Loadea gives the best reasons for eating more Quaker Oats medicalauthority J In an article published in the great medical authority on says 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 and lecithinsHe oatmeal is gaining ground with the of Great He speaks of it as the mainstay of the Scottish diet and says it pro September well todo w J oJ w ROARK tl wx a S r Se S3 0 e0 S BLAKYELL t fir f i enerdI InsUrance duces a bigboned oped mentally energetic race I His experiments prove that j good oatmeal such as Quaker Oats not only furnishes the best food for the human being but j eating it strengthens and en larges the thyroid gland is intimately connected with the nourishing processes the In conclusion he It seems probable therefore that the bulk and brawniness of the Northerners meaning the Scotch has in some measure due to the stimulation of the thyroid gland oatmeal porridge in childhood The Scotch eat Quaker Oats because it is the best of all oat meals well glandthis o says r a I h L Officers 7 A Wickliffe President Vice Presi dent John T Reynolds Jr Cashier Ed S Wood Assistant Cashier A Wickliffe E J R T Martin J T Reynolds Jr Ed S Wood C E Martin Geo W Martin tf T5 1808 aK C z DirectorsW Puryear L 2j i t 1 9 5ttetoWievt c E Martin xr kf f v e- snaking cr plain good e w IIy valuable rar the rich NOUTII BOUND KO 123 Louisville Express 103 Express lOt Louisville Limited 130 Central City necom 8OUTU BOUND KO 135 raducahnnd Cairo nccom 121 Fulton Aecommodatlon 1125am 15 408am 715pm A PRAYER n JOUR O WIUTTIER John Grccnlctif Whlttler HnvcrhlH Mass Deo 17 1807 Hampton Fnll X Hi 7 1892 author t unit reformer was u Quaker in fitlth nntl above nit n lover of bis kind The beauty of lilH lies In the favt that our deeper thinking It brvnthtM of tlioce hopes on which nil uion open mind ntrrce When on my day of life the ulpht IH fulling And by the vliuln from nusuuined KJIUCOH blown 1 bear fur voices out of darknesa railing My feet to pallia unknown Thou who hast made my honse of life so pleasant Leave not jIM tenant when Its xvnllH decay O Love Divine 0 Helper ever present f Be thou my strength and stay Be near me when nil else la from me drifting Earth sky homes pictures days of shade V nUll shine J3ti And kindly faec to my own uplifting The love which answers minev X j I have but thte my Father let spirit Be with me thcnto comfort and uphold YjSv K06 pearl no branch of palm I merit irf i r street Khiulnjj gold Suffice It If my good and 111 uureckpucif N Aiid bollT loTBtrSii lurt nprth nbpuudlng grace my place 1 Some humble door among thy many mansions 7 Some sheltering shade where sin and atrir i i IngceatK And flows forever through heavens green ex v panslons The river of thy peace Roads are sloppy Coombs buys beet bides Eggs are cheap only 25 cents a dozen Miss Lena Arnold is in Nashville a few days this week Give Pittman Bros your meat orders New shopj best service Horse and stock bills are prompt ly printed at this office Farmers have been hindered in their work for a few days Telephone No 5 and your laundry will be called for and delivered Mr Duncan was here from Louisville a few days this week Next Tuesday is a legal holiday in honor of the Father of MS country Fine line of electros and stock bills quickly handlejILat this office Did the groundhog see his shadow He evidently did judging by the weather The weather man has this veek been borrowing a few days weather from March Six while wyandotte hens will be sold cheap See C M Howard Mr Harry Dean of The Record has been confined to his home with a cold this week Dr and Mrs J W Koontz went to Louisville Monday Mrs Koontz will remain a few days Miss Lena Arnold would appreci ate the favor of your laundry work and she represents the best plant in this territory Mr W W Nichols who for several years was with the Greenville Milling Co is again with the con cern and will with his family re turn here We arc glad to welcome them once more for they have many friends here v 1 J r U l 15 1 sJOC 1tO 110011 tot1lhln f th of 1 J by baudua tamlllnt beckoned I J tUnto titling 1tr I r II f I II DJ I i I e II t f a I to to I iI ft f u I f I S iI J y J if 1 II I flu pieaul 4i I b t c L p Nor t I find myself 1 l1sl C 4 i i 4 a 1 4 0 S S 1 4 p p b I I p t t I d 4 4 I ispensal For Home Bailing In I R R LOCAL TIME CARD c C Mr H 0 Meredith has returned from a business trip of several days in Morgantown and Bowling Green The tour inch snow of last Friday brought about winter conditions for a few days but it did not last long Take your hides to Coombs who pays the highest cash prices Mrs Lillian Yonts left the first of the week for Louisville where she will reside with her daughter Mrs Henry Myers We thank several of our subscribers who kindly returned copies of this paper of issue of the 3rd in response to our call of last week Call on Leslie Hale next to First National Bank for candies books sundries cigars tobacco etc f3 Miss Oma Jonson who has been here some weeks with the family of Judge Jep C Jonson returned to her McLean county home Monday Last week the Business Mens Association of Owcnsboro sent 12500 in money and provisions to Browder mine sufferers The L N railroad transported the supplies free of charge Miss Hannah Wilkins in hei 78th died at the home of Mr Wil liam Stobaugh hear Gishton Feb 12 at ii am of dropsy Burial at the Wilkins burying ground Sunday Feb 13 at 2 p m Give Miss Lena Arnold your laundry she represents Metcalfe of Hopkinsville one of the best plants in this state The Third Regiment band and hospital corps located at Owens has been ordered mustered out of the service The business of Owensboro will likely look after the band and make an effort to keep it together Judge Pace has moved The plant from Central City to this place and has rented the north half of the second floor of the Lam building office and He will begin the publication of The Sentinel a weekly paper about May i The job printing depart ment will soon be m operation Best meats of all kinds at Pittman Bros new meat shop Telephone No 279 Mr W H Utley in his 68th year died at the home of Mr W P Hill near Lead Hill at 1155 a m Sunday Feb 13 of cancer Deceased was never married but was living with his only sister Mrs Hill Burial at Cherry Grove Monday Feb 14 at 2 oclock p m For Sale Eight Scotch Collie puppies and four Poland China pigs fi J E COOl Mr Jake Noffsinger died of con sumption at his home near Cedar Grove Monday night after an ill ness of some years Deceased was a well known citizen and had many friends The buiial was at Cedar Grove yesterday afternoon and was conducted by Odd Fellows from all parts of the county Superintendent Gardiner of the Western Kentucky asylum for the i insane has stated that Mrs T C Morgan a patient from Central City died at the asylum some time ago of pellagra Dr Gardiner said that the disease was fully dc veloped and that he believed it was the first case in the state Since that time a negro man has shown suspicious symptoms and is being treated for the disease I r y Saturday b ro men Republican workshop stomach I 7 i f 9 J ear for Loses tyHii Gift Uncle Bill Corley aged 87 years who lives about four miles south of town discovered last week that he had been robbed of about 900 in gold For some years he has been keeping considerable money about his premises and had secured gold coins placing them in a screwtop fruit jar This jar was placed in one corner ot the meat house near the residence and no one except Mr Corley was supposed to know of its existence much less its place of secretion He and his wife live alone and on the 4th of this month came to town when Mr Corley ex ecuted his pension certificate They were away from home just a few hours and it was some dajs after ward that the owner made a visit to the treasure spot When he did he was shocked by the lightness of the jar and when he removed the top and opened the stocking he found nothing in the way of com He has no clue as to who made the haul The loss is a heavy one as the aged couple have worked hard through a long life and deserved the and comfort that their well earned savings would provide Si YaleitiMe Eitertaiweit support Miss Mamie Lam entertained a nun ber of her friends Monday the affair being one of the most delightful of In the afternoon the mar the winter t ried ladies were present and m u evening the young ladies and gentle men of the city The decorations refreshments games and favors were all in accord with the day and good old St Valentine was discussed in many phases The table decorations and the room settings were tasty and beautiful and received much favor able comment from the guests Netice to File Claims In the case of Ed S Wood admr vs M L Boggess all persons hav ing claims against the Geo W Townes and Mary E Townes de are hereby notified to pres the same properly proven to the undersigned on or before the first day of March 1910 f3 3t JAS W OATES M C M C C The Greenville Light Water Co this week received some machinery for the icemaking department By this addition it will be possible to utilize the exhaust steam for ice which will greatly help the apparatus that distills the water and thus make quite a saving in operating expenses Manager is providing for the growing business local and outside that comes to the plant and will be ready to supply ice to all comers Seiteice SenHis Grace has no time to groan Fith at its best is but friendship Some men never worry because they are made of wood The friends you buy will always be ready to sell you out The fool reaches the limits of knowledge from the outside Most of us have to be pulled up short or we would not live long Much preaching Is attempting to get water by polishing the faucet The empty head is always elQ quent on the subject of a full heart One form of pious gymnastics is to walk one way and point the other The man who has eaten well often thinks his smile will feed the hungry oneThey who candid over litjle faults often have big ones in the closet The more a man can pardon in himself the less he will forgive in others If we had fewer despairing there would bj eyer doubting peopleTo gentle with the wickedness of one may be but cruelty to the goodness of many Its not much use agonizing over the souls of your children if your home looks like a barn Only the blind will use bible condemn others and not feel indictment on himself The great question is you want to go to heaven but whether you are getting there When a man wants to climb over a big commandment he generally talks about the littleones with great earnestness Ribbons fn stock fpr all type writers in use at THE RECORD office 2 estateof making Gil- man are Christians th its nQtwhether tCft o r ased t O Tobacco Markets of Kentucky and Tennessee HOPKINSVILLE Kv Sales were light being about forty thousand pounds but prices were up to the standard on all grades Some more sales of hogshcadshavc been made privately at 8 15 but no public sales have been held yet CLAKKSVILLE TBNN Receipts in the independent tobacco market last week were 221 hogsheads sales 122 all new crop largely lugs The market continues strong for all grades The loose floor warehous es report increased receipts Dark Tobacco Growers Association the sale of 53 hogsheads at very satisfactory prices Mr STERLING Kv The market in this city is drawing to a close and two of the four ware houses have closed down only a few scattering crops being yet out The warehouses handled and prized this season 9000000 pounds which has cost about 150 average Eleven cents was the lowest price paid and i8c the highest The crop was the largest moneymaker in many years LEXINGTON Kv Eighty pounds of tobacco sold here at 9 cents to 20 cents One crop twelve thousand pounds grown by R B Boston of Wood brought a total of 1890 Stray Notice Taken up as a stray by G W Harbin livingonehalf mile of Greenville Ky one hog marked swallow fork and one split m under part of right bit and under bit in left ear and valued by John Barklcy Jr and J W Harkley at 5 00 The said G W Harbin states oath that he has not altered or changed any of the marks of said hog 151 day 1910 G WHAUUIN Subscribed and sworn to before me by G W Harbin this i5th day of Feb 1910 17 J H LovELi Ji P M C report tobacco thousand containing fordcounty Northwest Thisthe feb d S S ear over u n- cr tvs A 4a Lam Lin wherfthe t year ince his birth Saturday c o rjlrthdaycI 4TI lois was completed There was no of the day here Several people are planning to go to Hodgenville this spring when the memorial building will be dedicated in Lincoln park on the site where Lincoln was born Miss Lena Arnold has accepted the agency for the Hopkinsville steam laundry Telephone No 5 and work will be called for and observance delivered o four Epworth League Program for Sunday Eveniflg Feb 20 Topic How to work Leader Mary Jittman i Hymn 422 Apostles crecd Hymn 419 Prayer Scripture 4 lesson and reference passages Address on topic Mrs C A Williams Hymn 42Oi Bible Illustrations Duett Why Stand ye here Mle The value qf workto Christian iife Miss Lelia DsWitt Solo Miss Minnie Drake Prayer Offering Benediction Farm for Sale 225 acres 3 miles east of town on Pond creek well and with coal 100 acres in cultivation Fiat particulars see W C Jonson Greenville Ky Rev F E Lewis will preach a sermon to young people next Sun day evening at the Methodist church on Piamond Character of the Old Testament This is the first of a series of sermons on Old Tes tament Characters which tire has announced for the Sunday evening services Bright spirited songs will be an attractive feature of All are cordially invited Bissells cyco carpet 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 theadvantagcs Call for a 1 c 4f Farm of 4t cc pastor thesemeetings sweepers Yifi a timbered liThe appreciate LovellSkaver Wedding Miss Willie Lovell anl Mr Cecil Shaver were manied atihe hne of the bride near Depoy at 8300 clock Wednesday night lYl 9 Rev F E Lewis was the clergy nan and quite a number of relative and friends were present Mr V H Reynolds at the organ Mis Clint Birhpe with violin Miss Irene Lovell vocalist added much to the improssivcncss and pleasure of the occasion The bride attractive congenial woman and counts her friends and admirers throughout a wide circle The groom is well known being a native of this county and is one of the valued employes nf the W G Duncan Coal Cu at Graham The happy pair have best wishes from everyone Salads Whenever any dietary or other customs become universally preva lent it is safe to say that it is esscn tially useful The eating of raw vegetables or salads is one of these dietary habits founded upon the demand of the organism for certain stilts and acids which cannot be had at least not in sufficient amount from meat or the leguminous vegetables which must be cooked to be palatable Not only must universal customs nal but even lath frequently contain a grain of sense Thus the raw food fad although an absurd and an un appetizing thing when carried to the extreme of eating nothing which has been touched with fire is neverthe less founded upon the need which the organism feels for the salts and other principles which are contained in raw vegetables In the Acetaria or a Discourse of Sallets John Evelyn said hundred years ago Raw sallets and herbs have experimentally beer found to be the most sovereign diet in that epidermical with us and al most universal contagion the scor bute to which we of this nation and most other Islanders are obnoxious Although we are fortunately riot so obnoxious to scurvy today as were the Islanders of that time nevertheless a too exclusively meat and leguminous diet affects the nutri tive functions injuriously and prompts thq appetite to caJ farUi raw juice of fruits and salads to cor rct the fault Salads must however be most carefully prepared since being tak en raw they may introduce into the system not only the germ of typhoid fever but also the eggs of intestinal worms This thing ot which they are made should always be washed in running water and such of them as will not be injured in the process should be dipped into boil With the observance of this simple rule of cleanliness one may with eat moderately of salads or even let such serve as the entire luncheon It interesting however to quote again from Evelyn who says Let none imagine that whilst we justify our present subject through all the topics of panegyric we would in favor of the Sallei dressd with all its pomp and advantage turn man kind to grass again which were un gratefully to neglect the bounty of Heaven as well as his health and comfort School books for all grades can be found at the new store of Leslie Hale and school supplies of all kinds also f3 ansi ian two U thoroughly ingwater as a further precaution profit U I Shave I Mr Hooue Hutch irgs of RussellviHe vas here lust Satur lay for the purpose horses and mules but on account of the bad weather there were few offerings and he did little business Mr Hutchings cons here very often and is considered liberal buyer by our stock men Stray Notice Taken up as a stray by Arthur Lovell living one mile southwest of Greenville K one yellow cow about 11 years ohl marked with overbit in lot ear and valuciLby K L Kades and Rufus Eatlcs at 15 The said Arthur Lovell states under oath that he has not altered or changed any of the said cow This nth day of January 1910 ARTHUR LOVELL Subscribed and sworn to befor me by Arthur Lovell this nth day bt January 1910 2041 J II LOVBIL J P M C Roarks furniture polish is some what better than the rest and is sold considerably cheaper wuh the brpadest guarantee money buck if not better thaii any you ever lised bUYing marksof and I 91 a Aids NatureTIio great success of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis the recognition of the fundamental truth that Golden densed and concentrated form With this help Nature cbstinatc coughs The Discovery reestablishes thsdigestive ned nutritive organs sound Leclth purifies cad enriches the blood and nourishes the nerves in short establishes sound vigorous health weaklungsbodybuilding digestfood ycur dealer offers something Just cIt Is probably better FOR pays betterlint you arc thlaMn ot tho ccro not tie profit setheres notblzl Just tor you Say Dr Pisrccj Common Sense Mcdiccl Adviser In Plain English or Medicine 1C03 pages over 700 illustrations newly revised uptodateEdition paperbound sent for 21 onecent stamps to cover cost of mailing Clothbound 31 stamps Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N J It rood JIIItU a flood c flu s se CITY ORDINANCES An Ordinance fixing the tax rate for municipal purposes for the year 1910The City Council of the City of Greenville Kentucky do ordain as follows towit That for all municipal purposes for the year 1910 there shall be levied and collected in the city of Greenville a poll tax of 150 from every male inhabitant of the age of 21 years anil over and properly tux of 75 cents on each 10000 worth of property in the city of Greenville Approved Jan 3 1910 J W LAM Mayor OKI KM L ROAKK Clerk It may have nothing to do with our weather weather itself is helping the ground hog theory very much by the way it is acting Highest prices will be paid for hides Ity Coombs A moving picture outfit held the boards at the Opera house the latter half of the week to fair audiences with offerings on an average of such shows See the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Roarks The doors of the First National Bank atNortonvillc were closed by the management the first of the week and there will be a leadjustment of the affairs of the institution It is paid in full and the bank may con tinue iu business Sep the and special subscription offer Mr E M Coleman was this week elected president of the Louisville Home Telephone Co and entered at once upon his important duties Mr Coleman is well known herC where he has relatives wide circle of friends and his business ability insures splendid results iu his new posiiibn 1 Imposed n butthe WI CourierJournal RECORD anda that at epositors lbe i Low Rates West via Monon Route From March 1St to April I5th colonist tickets at very low be sold by the Morton Route from Louisville to the West North west and Southwest embracing California Colorado Idaho Mexico Montana Nevada Nw Mexico Oregon Washington Wy liming and UVsern Canada The fare to Francisco 3720 and to Portland 37 30 Full information cheerfully fur nished at Mouton Route City Ticket Office or bv addressing E H Ba con D P A Rural Telephones Mr Partner Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence anti place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and 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 Nashville Tennessee for regarding our special Farmers Line rate If you are not present enjoing telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the southern portion or Indiana and Illinois CUMUERLAKD TEL TEL Co Incorporated If its books magazines etc get them from this office Mr Chas W Roark is local rep resentative of some of the best fire insurance companies and will ap preciate your business which be cured for promptly and in very best manner j I Arizona I will be headquarters t i oJ h t Sll t rac swill Sun willS Commissioners Sale Muhlenberg Circuit Court Kentucky John S Miller Plff- va W A Aunts Deft IK EQUITY ny virtue of a Judgement and Onlrrof Snle of the MuhleuberK Circuit Court rrtidered nt April term thereof 1003 it ivliorv cattoo for tin Hiitn of one httudml staid eightyseven dollar mid three cvuttt and tile costs fortySir dollnitt aunt fortyfire rents I shah pocevd to olTitr for sale nt the Courthouse door luOreeii vllle to the higher bidder at Public Auction J on Monday the aith day of Fubruiry 1U10 a I i oclock p in or thereabout belli County f Court dnr upon A credit of six mouths thei following duuoribcd property towtI A ci rtilti trait of land pear tucKy MultUnuerg county dincilhed 115 f IOVVH Btglunliig at u xtuku In Itlleyti line near n poplar nttimp thence N CI ile rres aunt 2mniitti4 W 50 votes to n Ht iue in the tine of lot Xo 5 to H dead black oak two Iron woods marked aa pointers thence 8 S3 W C3 POCH and three links to n Htonc In TIptonH field In the old Military line theme with tho old iliac S 07 degrees and twentytwo nilnntes 50 pole and nine links to a stonu in the old line nUll corner to L 11 Iky thence with Hlleyji line N E C8 polen nud 3 links to the bInnlnjr containing twentyfive acres Or Httflicleut thereof to produce tile hum ilf money so ordered to be made For the pnr tbase the purchaser with approved Hitrcty or securities must execute bond bear lug legal interest from the day of wile until paid and having the forceand of a Judg ment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms f Jas W Gates MC Aimed C Everly Ac Deft T8 Clyde Sumner u Deft EQUITY By virtue of a jndpncut and order of sate of the Mnhlenberg Circuit Court rendered tit the Jatiy ttnn therevf lOfl tn the above the Hunt of Fourteen Dollars and Thirty three cents with Interest at the rate of C tier cent per annum from the 28th day of Feb 1010 until paid and 14C9 coitu herein I shall proceed to offer fur tuile at the Courthouse being Qouuty Court day upon u credit of six month the folio wingdescrlbed property towit Beginning at n rock In the Hartford road nUll running thence East 53 15 poles to a gum In Splcerd tine thence N Gl E 48 poles to si rock thence N CO pole to a black oak on the Hartford road and thence up tha road to the beginning containing 10 Or HUftlcIcnt thereof to produce the suiim of money KO ordered to be made For the pnryh nbe price the jiurchu cr whit approved ity or secnrltics raiist execute bond bearing legal inler iit from the day of sale until patti haul having the force nol eire t of a Judgment Didders will be prepared to comply promptly with these term Jas W Gates M C Feeding Farm Hands Every farmers wife knows what mendous appetites farm hands usually have but while they eat well they work well too Heres a good suggestion about feed lag farm hands Give them plenty of Quaker Oats A big dish of Quaker Oats porridge with sugar and cream or milk is the greatest break fast in the world for a man who needs vIsor and strength for a long danwork The man that eats Quaker Oats plentifully and often Is the man who does good work without excessive fa tigue There is a sustaining quality Quaker Oats not found in other foods and for economy it is at tho head ot the list Besides the regular size packages Quaker Oats is packed large size family packages with and without china fi j i i w Ask You to take Cardul for ycur tanala troubles because ve are sure it will help you Remerobsr that this great female remedy S haa brought relief to thousands of M other sick women so why not to 1 you For headache backache periodical pains female weak ness many have said Ii U the I best medicine to take Try It i Sold in This City F j 0 f tilt tile 4 I YoU Item Well I t eJT t t i I S A y r 51 t j t all jor J j ie f In ICy to the b est bidder 1 tfi lunL1C on ut Feb ItJIO nt r uclock II m or thereabout I f edge otKahl ffacres Zl sec f tl f 1t t c rii r f 1 A fi r1j f J fzll1f tn t t Iti n g tfi 1 c f I ill jj 1tt f 4 7 h1 ft rnl I IJr l1 I h i Ii 1 fA S I I 4j ji 5 5 ri lance Si 5 SiN i 7j4S4 r- duor Qreexartiie1 n AUCT1N itonday tbe28tbdy ISiV at p 4j1r 5 t rtk i te lp trekt 2 it L b S rr tARDUI t Concrete Ctitracttf I am prepared to do pavement and other concrete work and shall be glad to make estimates In pave 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 s 17 R C AtcCRACKEN i 1 Irk sI ff t it rJY t imen ts f y l1 1 Lw 4 74 A f Furniture Shades Moldings i Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Slippers Grve Vailts Disinfection ROARK J 0 fI of If J 4 L v I I f W llp per f 0 spp is r3 M ls4fai L err i f t1 GAmEl1 i DY i EEIRIGG REGISTER ROCKfORDIA I t CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED I I q Hr 4 JI- A r Copyright 1800 by American Press Asso elation This matter must not be re printed vrlthout special permission ADVANTAGES OF IRRIGATION As one becomes more familiar with the conditions under which the farmer In the Irrigated tracts of the west works his Jrind and bandies his crops it Is clear that he has several advan tages over his fellow farmer in the central and eastern states who relics upon ralnfni alone for the moisture necessary fur the growth and maturi ty of his crops Perhaps lIs chief and most important advantage Is that he is able to put water on his land nt will being free from tbe distraction and annoyance of henry rains during tho time of seeding and cultivation which would soak the ground delay cultivation and sire the weeds a big boost Coupled with a perfect regu latlon of the moisture which is al lowed to go upon the land is another favorable large number of clear bright days during the vest months which make possible the perfect ripening of the grain nnd bay and the harvesting and securing of it under most favorable conditions who has tried to cure hay between showers in June In the central and eastern states will appreciate this point Lastly the Irrigated lands have this vital point In their favor that little If any of the original fertility of the soil has been soaked out and washed out by repented and heavy rains This accounts for the remark able productivity of western soils which have waited centuries for the magic touch of water to make them the garden spots of earth In view of tuGse points nnd others which might be mentioned It is not surprising that many a farmer looks long ingly toward the west nnd many au other pulls up stakes and goes out to the sections I I a II t j conditionthe hart I rj f tit i I t f I 1 i A Anyone 6 r a cistern l ORCHARD CULTIVATION There Is nothing which can be lone for the young orchard which will tend to make it more thrifty nnd vigorous than to give It carefnl cultivation for the first few years after It is set This result may be brought about to ad vantage by growing some crop be tween the rows of trees such as straw berries potatoes popcorn or better NHtlll beans The frequent cultivation siren keep the ground loose and moist and keep the young trees from suffer ing should a hot and dry spell come In middle or late summer It tie orchard is nn4 Id one and blue grass nnd weeds have gradually worked their way In n good plan would be to give it a shal low plowing so as not to injure tbe surface roots to disk frequently with extension or reversible disk until about the middle of July and then sow buck wheat rpd oats which will come on nnd snake a po d winter cover crop Teat spring If It tleslred the may be thoroughly disked or and sowed to clover In Pa chile coast orchards where there is no danger of injury from winter freezing the orchards are usually kept cultlyat cd the season through STRINGENT MEASURES NEEDED It Is becoming mere apparent every year that legislatures in all states which have the noxious weed problem on hand should pass laws making it nn offense punishable by heavy fine n farm owner to sell any product his farm which could possibly carry the foul seeds to adjoining farms It is true that in some cases some such laws are on the rtatuto books but they either not enforced or else thc penalty they provide is not sufficient to stop the nuisance With many land owners waging an almost futile war fare against the worst weeds nnd their appearance In new fields such localities inch year It Is clear that stringent measures will have to be adopted give relief Men whoso farms are not yet contaminated have the same In terest In giving aid to the movement that people who are well do In seeing n quarantine placed to prevent spread of a loathsome disease enforced t 1 j i I I i f I the j It e t j f i 4 1 J orchard plowed 4 fc o are t t 9y t that the i CARE OF CHICKS chickens are better off If they are not fed at all during the or fortyeight hours This Is tide to the fact that by a provision of nature tas yolk of the egg Is tbe JaHt portion to be absorbed In tbe cufinge from egg to chick and this contains suulclent nourishment to sup ply the huh creature with nil It needs during the time mentioned The first focd nty Johnny bread crumbs cot tage cheese chick feed and a little later rracked torn while a little green toed in some form should be fur nished Clean water and tnllk It avail able should be where the little fellows can get at them Three things which aliouJtl lp remembered In the carp i9 thanes Is that they should gape dry and clean quarters be kept free from 4 attacks of lice and not allowed to eat wet raw meal that sour f I n tour 3 lip little lJcOW Jit i of r eo jIi t t I if l1 t i x i t i Little firs t y 3 s v S r lit ha a rQt- Er Y w 1 4 1 j s- y ilf A UNIQUE IDEA Cslf Oilina Rubbing Post to Keep Hogs Freo cf Ucs 1 le gent majority of herds of pure bred swine that I have visited arc more or loss troubled with lice rays n writer lu Perm Home It 13 well Uuown thttt Ultid of stock that la troubled with lice cannot thrive hogs are especially Iiin Tocd in their growth by lice and Vo ni ncy that la lost each year by the Irritation canred by lice would make a large margin of profit for tha feeder YTe hart n dipping tanl and lnow It to be n J Investment nnd that It has paid for itself many times A Self Acting Kilter We have another convenience in the way of a lice fclllcr that works like a charm In fact it works itself aud Is what might be called a self acting lice killerIt of a four foot post ret two feet Into the ground and made folld with stone or cement A two Inch hole to bored from the top anti center of the post down as far as the auger will reach amid if possible within six incite of the ground The auger hole is kept Oiled with coal ell which will scon find Its way to time surface anti mike a self oiling rubbing post that the hOi will soon loam to uro anti enjoy The beg will make dally use of the rubbing post anti will bring the coal oil Into contact with nearly every part of their bodies where a louse finds harhtfr I I I I I nay tT I I and hc oil that finds its way from the hog to the bedding reaches all parts of the body of the hog and will soon drive the lice from the entire herd The breeder that will experiment with one lico killing post will soon place ore In each lot where he keeps hogs Market Cizes of Sheep A great dual line been said about the size of sheep best suited for our best markets nail from n perusal of market reports we would often be led to con clude that a lamb weighing seventy five to ninety pounds was time size in greatest demand but I think a great teal of misunderstanding Is due to of the characteristics of breeds nnd proper methods of feeding says F D Ward of New York If the sheep are suitable breeds some of time thick flesh varieties of mutton sheep and have been kept growing steadily from I to market the size will make no fllf j dcjifio In the price per pound us saint of the highest priced abeeif fi markets are cheep of extreme weight Heavy Mane and Tell A heavy mane anti tall may add to time attractive appearance of n carriage or harness horse but expert horsemen learned years ago that such animals do not make the most successful race winners In his hints on time selection of brood marcs S D Bruce said In his entitled The Thoroughbred Horse as follows Many good judges do not mares with too coarse and luxuriant growth of hair In the mane nnd especially with too full and bushy tails at the root Fcals by such or out of such mares usually lack quality and mice deficient In energy A rat tailed horse Is tot a beauty to tho eye but it is Feldom that you find a had horse with n rat tall llorso Breeder THE HORSEMAN Improvement in blood and breeding brings better prices Just as Increased fertility brings better crops Keep the horses legs clean Do not let the mud dry on Give tho horse his heaviest feed at night lIe has more time to digest It thenGive the colts room to exercise They cannot develop good muscles without It When n horse shows suffering or fa tigue stop him whether you have fin ished your work or Colts should be castrated when they become troublesome If a colt Is light made forward leaving him a stallion will cause his neck and crest to dc The horse Is one of the cleanest and most self respecting animals on the farm Remember this when caring for him See to It each time the team Is har nessed for work that no parts of the harness chafe the horses and the bits are not drawn up tight lu mouth No horse can do justice when something hurts If the mare Is to foal early grass time give her n fete ballet oats and a liberal supply of bran with n lit tle flaxseed occasionally It suns Is get plenty of grass nothing of tills kind will be needed Jp breeding with the of getting horses for sonic special purpose use a sire that has Inherited the desired characteristics through a long Jlnppf ancestors A good method of weaning tho colt Is gradually to step It from sucking the dam This should begin when the colt Is about hoc mouths old amid should continuo for n period of n month By the cud of that time net ther tho colt nor the dam will suffer or fret When a rats of horses become accus tomcd to working together do not keep changing around and breaking up the team It is hard on the horses and hard on the driver If your horse begins to hang his tongue out of his mouth when driving have the teeth examined The trouble 15 usually caused by short teeth At tend to it or It may become n and la most objectionable lintel bits will also cause this habit I the flume they are born until go 1rulE work I 0 I 0 not- r clop to the- o before sUng habits 51 j Ignorance they like stallions that Idea r i a brightens anti preserves everything about the Is no or dingy looking furniture orwoodwork In homes where Liquid Veneer Is used all is clean wholesome sani Liquid Veneer con be applied by anybody anywhere at any tune and there is no muss to dean up There are no cans no pots a of cheese cloth and off the surfaces as you would do dusting Just try Veneer and see how sweet and dean it make everything 4os bottlo 25s 12oz bottle SOc 1 ti stickyhands win W afterward COLD LW KkljHS tttkr It leer a GARTER Sirily FlIt Puro Linievj Oil Pure The heed of 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