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Record for itself The investment is jj sure of returns Get our rates tmItJtIm1Git Advertiuril g n It pays onnm ntJ sOOiIDID q Castle NOtliiiig It Wo Buy Rides and Wool FURS trtJ i t b l u r KING I OF I j 1 I j i ij r J TFIWATw 1ara Tt We d snss r n Cheapa an Wood J Sice Ih lowest picci good t t nI1 E Wq fQ c Qf field and poultry fencing I DELLB FENCE CO iil fsa uty ftlO ICtGreenvile i tIVie Ask You i Io tsk3 Carki for use wo sure li wilt he1ft you RttiC11b that the great famale remedy elf awes kr ff rs u a oRCZIn wrr s sit wr GROCERY CO your fenlala- trotfler bee re VINE iJf IJntiJ U m I v tc ih v net to v LJ tf Is tba Try It 56ia in TOs City re AT FACTORY PRICES GLOm BUGGIES AND HARNESS r 2f t t J ir 1K1cl1e 1 WStile J rt p mol1 sties Vc ship nl vehicles Direct from our Factory C b V to Consumer toexuniuut u retriaL imirarlanceto the Globe Unrncw Co to have ot e us n used ani No r to r alc each hhiunivtitbUi li exrciti t ynlijc in qitutiy o inateriiil t t d f vehicle that it dll a I Ai irt M nudbriiiRUSjntftiy IfAvjk ve you nn honestly n acc l recoinnieiiO orr t1 Jo y r O r fJiiaran H isn Rt IuttIv i r l toourc tenetsSH it would be to n Ualcr I f nt fls icsontei your mocoylsrctuructlu you ako no nuinufnrttirc Iionwt VoliUltnninI Inrn snvoour cuslonicrs money Iil iri 4 I Write for our Free lluly and IJsrnoM C itVsd GlOm BUGGY fi HARNESS CO5PANV OWENSDOao KEVTUCKY DE KALDtLU KAhJSAS CITY Orien L Roark buys sells rents repairs typewriters carrier supplies of all kinds and solicits trade in any braocli i No 270 nil It Isoi the ht nth I l ort or1trlln Lip n in nLurrl r 1 Jlrcrf LI o l4 IhtJr I Wc 4 i DArGJtR1mVO ItiG 1 a lU Vv 1 NEAVY HU f 21 bURAsLi tf LrGLr won roes waters SI DE B fe HOI I l 7 L f I i I TWO IN 01tic t C every lIIo drab Q meal orle syou ota 111 tot iU ton k 7tt E usFE t1 i f- n gssaesgg grore a Muhleafterg County j- I is rich in coal Iron timber ptjcrs f otc and the most inviting tied in len gtucky for investment ofcapital and pluck mcg j tIIDn J1 5 aaf SJII k f t t t lay rins ta VOL XII NO 8 GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 24 1910 SOc PER YEAR IN ADVANCE 12 A Thankless Task The Lexington Mis tiser gifes some petlinent fuels in the following When n scandal ocelli in tae smaller cities nnd tur tiu e tiling usually happen in a newspaper ofiicc in lac place I irsi somebody comes in and the editor to rtt up the horrible degas in fall and give it to them Seciiul mieretiUd parties call the cuiiu and rt aes him to say nuiiiiiij about the affair Third the eiitor is chirked with baing a coaid not vntiii it up in full for Luring of burtia at business Nuw hut are t fuctii The edi toi usually hears truth about the iiuklenlsjiul uMe too He sur prases A good hiv or it or Say nolhiiig at all U tl it because he docs not care to advertise the town In that way and uu of consideration for the pdrties vvMIe if he consider cd it from a business sumi onil he would out neglect anything ot a sensational nature as that would mean business rather than a loss of b f4 4 j 4fflt V Trifling With the lions Uy feeding rhodameride dye to hens some Cornell professors have succeeded in turning the fowls feathers to a pink color and other experiments with soudan dyes have resulted m the yolk of the egg taking on the same hue It is said that the dyes arc harmless and that they do not affect the taste of the egg This is timely news for Easter but is wanted is something which will tell how long an egg has been in cold storage A man who found a womans name written on an egg shell opened up a correspondence with her but learned to his astonishment that the waiting had been done three years before This put storage damper between them If the Cor hyyjjichai egg yolk will turn pint or black or green after it has been in storage a certain time or by feeding to the hens so that the eggs may be stamped the date of their appearance they could prevent such love disappoint ments and provide timely and edible food r Correct Timejii Egypt The working of the was delightfully a story which Prof Turner told the Mathematical Association yesterday He bad been spending the Christ mas Vacation in Egypt to supervise the erection of a telescope at Helouan Capt Lyons who was inljfchargG of the instrument said that he hall found that at noon every day a gun was fired and was anxious to know how the system worked Accordingly he interviewed the gunner and asked bow he knew when to give the signal 0 I look at my watch said the official And how do you correct your asked the I take it to the maker in Cairo and he tells the error Forthwith Capt Uyons interviewed the watchmaker and asked him how he checked the error of the watch I get the rect time from the gun said that simple craftsman And thus time was told in Eve ning Standard Quaker peFfectiy balancedi humaa food Cblca let table In tfie Family r Roarka furniture polish is some what better than the rost and Js sold considerably cheaper and with the broadest jrurantec money back if not better than any you ever used SJ3WC5fi Pi f t if A her Y r Ii 1 on- t i 1 J tI the f i I It j G 1 rt a calandar J With iI1 trn ted n 1 J II I It t watch n 0 U cor- a I 0 EgyptLondon o Oats j istbi J i 7 your I 1 1 I 0 1 r 1r JrI rtrl a I tt r 1J y1 tt J J A1 3 4 J wants 4it for v t a what a cold flail scientistan devls hGlr 1 oriental min 7 your ca tiara I w r r i 7 h te Iacksees 4 Y a ttY d CherryBlossom1- T2 JAPANESE civn CCCD EXAMPLE It 13 a proverb of Blossom Lund UiRt a stomach Iho basli of til Good nature lo recognized rvs of great importance Tho 3 ar able for their endurance pa tleuco and tklll cherrY 13 tia most highly of nil ia It not only forth n beautiful bltx m but rild fro fnrniriica rt bark which U mOlt highly prized in medicine Wild Cherry s imK Virgttmmw rnxpvrorYLl ntilloritv on medicines says of tha ll UWt V Wl fHiiriBiiig norvoiM excitability J Jisl to tho treatment Ii v t V 3 is debility tlc stom ch cr of t torn ili r Jvi uj AunmcAK DisruKSA 7crv says it tone ml tenth nnd found or riiii iint i pnT ono of eorrl v v important IKVJ medicinal looU l 1icrces Gulden aicdiocl Discov crv Ths ia a vn h has cn jivod the imblo approval for years new or t ln 4mi iinilB c tithe chronic weakening vrhich aro accompanied n cough as incipient con f More than that In reason of the other ingredients Bloodroot Jlandrato Golden niil Queens root all of the medicinal virtues of which are scientifically extracted and combined in Dr Golden Med ical Discovery remarkable cures of an l stomach disorders been accomplished Dr Ticrca discovered that chemically pure crino of a better solvent preservative of tho active medicinal in most of our indigenous or native medicinal than alcohol As its wee ia entirely while alcohol is known when need even in small portions for a protracted period to do to tom especially ii tbo case of dohcct Wvimcn ho decided to U30 chemically instead of the employed alcohol lha preparation medicines llo glycbrire beside living entirely harmless m properties of value Its Dr Fierce believes far rj those cf IHor oil entitling to favorabh considoration in all casts cf incipient consumption and other wast It an tonic alterative s eckaitific gar Nature GnrCCn donor w I I knowa hovr combine time plaits given us Katurc to euro This lion is of pleasant taste per with end ctouiachs And is extremely effective ir restoring tono to tho cntir system It curd trouble r well r3 and nrisi from stomach OHO vrby it vcstorcc lie health of and crar dated io throw out the froth tho Mood throng the liver and It then its reconstructive work ii building u flt h by first luokiaj rc blooi Tho Gnlclon rItltLl b are in chnr c f Cho with a of hilled physicians and surgeons to prescribe these remedies and other means cure as seem best suited to sunny thousands of cases of chronic diseases which come before them for treatment each year It costs noth to write to 11 V Pierce tho head of this Institution at Buffalo N Y nod an accurate medical opinion in special case and wholly charge Give your job printing orders to THE RUCORD SeeR C McCracken you 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 want buy hides and will pay top prices in cash J Pittman Bros new meat shop near the Baptist is ready for business Give them your orders Wallpaper prices at Roarks are lower than anywhere and the selec Lions are very complete now Miss Lena Arnold would the favor of your laundry work and she represents the best plant in this territory is is health ileil hoc Tho TC8 of this itlactc Unittt tonki the earning irritation 111 o coCS h the 1 tQll1 useful in fever i nl J b rClUcd cured of such l Ncnrl c rJ n c and ing woll rc1 Iccrinc in um OSSCBSeS i orntinl 1yi l t qgo Itt to t L our pr pare r rccs C stoma rcol bec o in n thoroughly nth cvciT tKwllttfic at N ldil1cd lobor l s our nesI l SS LOC I tir tc ass i to E r appreciate o Tae rata MIT nI Dfe with a i t an- n ty t fort untried about people ties s lava is IOW lti l0 rtS a fl an d spcpia cyan nlit darn pale made Inru labxnton egtti pod ti nGa c semis aYlr score market COO Itss church ti f Bear in mind that Roark has splendid selcctk us of wallpaper in Block ready fur cry and sample books of the finest papers made which can be procured on short notice after selection Y t t i v deli r v DR J W BARLOW WurJ Jour at tttMUiuibl prices OtUce lu theJonoft niilliUnp- Orouiirllle Ky DR T J SLATON PltyHlciuti and fciwrucon- Oalcc MalUcross street no r Malustrttct It CM HOWARD l II GKAY HOWARD GRAY LrAWYBRSOffice ia Bslldlri oppciitelaSJeiic Hotel DR LOUELLA HELTSLEvT OSTEOPATH Office at Home East Maincross Street Tolcphono No 78 Z O KING Notary Public and Li censed Auctioneer CENTRAL CITY KY Sales Made in County Terms Reasonable Box 93 Phone 78 DBNTIRr Or wu Green 1 Anywhere a cud Brittac r upstairs ANY BED FOSTER Mattress for comfort Few of us own really comfortable mattresses 1 mattresses the best grade of hair are comfortable for a time But they are expensive and costly remaking must be from to time to keep them in condition Lowpriced hair mattresses are merely a com the truth about their contents their uncleanliness and dangers would not make pleasant reading Tens of thousands have never slept on any thing but a hair never en joyed the luxury of a Stearns Foster And many more have Used some cheap makeshift because they did not know the best mattress of so inexpensive as to be within their reach- If wo could induce all these people to sleep on Stearns Foster Mattress for 60 nights if wo could induce them to try it that and enjoy its luxurious restfulncaa its sleepinducing com would never give it up end never use any other kind Sold By Ihe J L ROARK Estate l V4T 8 ufi1 o f4t l S Sfrways a l I I I I t rf mattresshave uncomfortable allwas a Lang fortthey Ut 5 t The Registered PGlAKDCKlNA BOAR NOXAL WONDER Eo 450 sire Perfect Wonder dun CUffli QUAliTY a fine individual from a perfect strain of prize winners is now in service at 100 cash in band only The patronage of the public is solicited J E COOMBS Feather Tallow Bcetwnr Ginseng MAT Apple Wild Ginger etc We ere dealer i eitabCUttd ia 1056 Orer half Louiivflle and can do better for few ti n Ctnti cr eotEoiioon merchub Refetinw oar Dank io LouurOIe Writs for vweily price lilt aod sHpring Uc- to Mt Sabc Sons 229 E Market St lOUISVILLE KY I Golden ScaJYeIow Root I a I I 0 T fr t oaar gin White Machines in rotary and vibrator needles shuttles etc in stock for alii machines ROARk STORE Concrete Vorij I am prepared td do pavement and other concrete work auil shall beglud to make estimates In pave meats limestone i ised in base and surface throughoa complying with city specifications m every Give hie an opportunity to bid on contracts s 17 R Ci MwCKACKEN Call Pittman Bros new meat shop Best of everything in this line Telephone No 2 794 Take advantage of our clubbing al three months and THE RECOKO nnc year for only 1150 Sewing i Contract L I i offer tie d lY Jour a 1 particular bur and Ket C wrier Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you For this reason we urge in buying to be careful to get the genuine THSDFORDS liver r eciclne The of this old reiia raedicin ccintipatisn in nnd liver trouble is frn ly established It does not imitsts other It ia better than others or it would not ba the fn yenta liver powder with n larger than all others combined SCLD IN TOWN PJ AND CURE HE I you b 1a fr I ction t KILLiwG COUCH LUGS 11 j hIs cli medic ies ado t I WITH Dr Kings II New DiscV FOR c S PRICE eoo Trial OotUe Free 1co AND ALL TIIRO T AND II Iijo TEY REFUNDED tIT r 1f LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTO- OR r il l ft Jfl 9 rr 0 11 I g t D1 FOR L ffiiUiD n sJ ill1 CURES jiLt THROAT mID LUNG DiSEASES I qRl Jlign BONIS lIFE f lJy son Rox T3 taken down a year with tnJLhie Wr doctored some months without improvement Then I brutKl11tu riew lJiscocrJ and I soon a l1cpt this treatment tip few WeeX3 and now my In pOI ctir well and works every dy AMP roI fJ AND SO RANT ED BY Afl D ggists 4W EKOVEYita i lr r v7aYLS10r 4- V t go nng rims Ir ndticetl utter t for a on s 7 MRS S RD Aga va- x1k 5oC in0 l AptDr R Women ladies who have pate faces sallow complexions dark circles under eyes drawn features and tired worn out expressions you need a tonic it is the best tonic for women because its ingredients are specifically adapted for womens needs They act on the womany organs and help to give needed strength and to the wornout womanly frame Cardui is a vegetable medicine It contains no min en K no iron no no lime no glycerin no dan cr habitforming drugs of any kind It is safe for young and old to use 4 If Pale Faced I 4 l You The tonic you need is Cardui tonic I g t a J the womans Y fa 1sot i r t iiL 143 iw- A 1 rf RDUj I It r f YYy After my doctor had done all he said he could for me writes Mrs Vm Hilliard of Ark I took Car din on the advice of a friend and it helped me so much Before taking Cardui I had suffered from feriiate troubles for years but since taking it I am in good health I think there is some of the best advice in your book that I ever saw Your druggist sells Cardui Try it ladies Advisory Dcpt Medicine Co Chattanoocu Tcnntor Special iKStnxiians Hone Treatment lor sent free A N Iansfon Write Cbt P3J book e tr titc S t The J L Roark Estate furniture dealers and undertakers has added to its equip ment in the undertaking department a Francis Engravng as illustrated 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 only In the larger cities With this machine the firm will now be able to supply ndividUifHy engraved casket plates instead of the stamped stock patterns usually employed And while the city undertakers make a charge of S for such plates the people oT this county will receive them absolutely without cxtia regardless of the character of outfitpurchased The machine has been in the show of tint firm for some days and its beauty and the perfect work it by hundreds of people Articles of every character can engraved in much better manner than done by hand This machine adds to the must complete undertaking establishment this territory The firm has the only practicing licensed embalmer in the county a fine funeral car largest stocks of coffins caskets robes wrappers slippers etc complete equipment for sanitary work had disinfection To providethe best in every branch is the con tart atuJy of the uanagement and the generous appreciation shown by the public has caused still deeper and greater determination on the part of the concern to give constantly improving service and on the most favorable basis With this la view other features will be added from time to time as they appear The Francis is fitted with all attachments for engraving articles of character and the mechanical perfection of the machine appeals to all The public isgiven a special inrttatinu to call at any time and see the machine Subscribe for The Record Only 500 iuyaLiini arl ttir Machine l tame I window does have holed be usually any f r r- 3ffraiiri cost heed 4 r r- w t f 1 p THE RECORD All utlrpldcflt Newspapcr ULIIIIIBU TUUnIPAYII BY PRESS 11 o Rtt7CPrelldent ORIBK L KOARK Secretary OKIKN I EDITOR LongOlatanea Telephone Nc 72 Offla in uew annex rear of Store ground flour 50 CEHTS P R YEAR IN AYAKCL TERMS Till price of the W m v lTJtmj i nil the time expired to It l j Mrt the paper will be Mopped tnr f thankv obituary notices etc If longer thou ten lines will be iubllnhed free A of Jws line will made for Hues No of this rule to anyone Tr j sample eoplri win be mailed AdrertliHSiucnU vlll be Inserts will b furultthnl on request Ad4rttHA omtminkttVlon make all re mlttanciM payable to KWOJD PRESS Greenville Ky THURSDAY FEBRUARY 24 W9 Entered at the OrcenTlllc Kypostonlce as Tins winter true to life is just one blamed thing after another MINNEAPOLIS marriage license Willie Goshn and Philipina Brute Poor Willie ALAS and aleck for the good old times Dear pig are you willing to sell for a shilling THERE is a cheering possibility fact that lynching may go entire ly out of fashion in Cairo ri c j i 4 VV iv3n IT i hard to believe that there can be any more gas about the than it has already generated is the scene of the latest discovery of Dr Cook The Irish mans flea has been outdistanced at last DR COOK admits that he is in Chile for the purpose presumably of taking photographs of the south pole IF only Peary had becn a ma soldier and sailor too he might have been retired as a Field Marshal A California Judge has decided that thcrnule is a deadly weapon ttVW therefore be against the law for fear of adding to our We would yield to the temptation to take oft our hat to the ground hog as the greatest of weather prophets SHAWNEE OKLA boasts a three smoker Precocity in the new States is not any means con fined to patriotism and politics THE Los Angeles woman who ri6o through a hole in her stock ing should be interviewed on the advisability of having postal savings banks THEODORE ROOSEVELT JR has seen to it that Kermit will not figure in the public eye on hisreturn to the complete exclusion of his older INFORMATION as to the where abouts of one Thomas W Lawson is earnestly desired by the tobacco pool Can it be that he bit off than he can chew of a zen eightythree years old who never went outside the city limits and who enjoyed perfect health unit with ia a few days of his death It dollars to doughnuts that he kept from Broadway most of the time too EDVOND ROSTANDS conception of a man as a rooster who makes the sun rise and the worlds affairs begin to move when he crows founded on shrewd observation human nature All of us can pick a man to play the part of Jet and each of us is probably aatebadys choice for the put the eight years from 1901 to 1908 both mclmive were killed and 37017 seriously in in the mines of the Jnited States Three and fifty one hun dredths men per 1000 employee were killed annually and more than double that number were seriously injured These figures should speak eloquently in favor of laws passed that will compel mine owners to make their mines safer to compel them to have more air shafts and more fans thus insuring better ven lilation and to establish a system of telephones throughout the mines so that in the event of men being cut from the entrance they can com municate with the outside giving their location and thus enabling the rescue parties ID reach them sooner f C 1 IEC 3 vr 00 pern whit be an sccond o u I t AIn 11 II t i I R ffb I ff r 1 C Y b 1 II brotherI 1 II I NEW YORK boasts I r i t t r away J rJik I 1 I4 1 fj f2 iIi pURINa i 16931 men t t red t 0 O tt I t 1 w J U f off l V fD Ip i t t ft t XC i t f i q uv-Jf 1 Y t If 1 x l f 1 f i c uAI s entu is nor succeed- Ing A rate ca w1 s class wafter- S Comet t t ys p fine 2 Zo carrryeurmulescmtcrtltd Bur cold i a ear old i 105 1 r ti 4 Burl more CITY cit t T f rrZ t y Y 5 4 t a 1l r r s W V 2 belt 4 r r3 Y x Tta r t 4 r iI S 1 a W A h St r TilE APPENDIX TO THE CHRONICLES j OF CONTEST I The remliiUreive of Pnnl The illscourwc of UnrnubaH The prayer of Oonieliiw The of Shem The WJIIJT of Ynrlicr The Mae onliUi have far nn mnwntllx ti o written to the Citron Idea of Contest nnil we therefore write It with no malice nforuibuuKht but with kiwi fccUngN anil pun will to alt purlieu concerned CHAPTER IV I f 000o rt quet long IIIItrt1 ft f f fes eoo o Now after it was ascertained thi the Dcmoskitcs had received a ma jority of the lots that were cast in the various synagogues and thereby had gained control of the province of Munic the Repusite chief priests and those that had sought lots with their friends gathered together in one of the judgment hulls of the temple to commune with one another over their misfortune and calamity that hail so unexpectedly befallen them to commune about the mys serious result of the casting of lots it was a remarkable occurrcuce in the history of the province and a great surprise uud astounding not only to the Repusites but also to the Demoskites and even unto Pilate and his colleagues in the conspiracy Now after they had all assembled together Paul stood up in their midst and beckoned unto them and said Men and Brethren I know of a truth that you are all aggrieved on account of so great a calamity that has come unexpected upon us and that our control of the province a season has ended and our and anticipations for further rule over the province have fled like a dream of fancy and hath vanished as a fleeting vision NOW brethren the confidence which we had in our tribe religion and righteousness proved to be a broken reed upon which we thoughtlessly and care lessly attempted to lean and fell Brethren this dramatic occurence and remarkable incident of our lives is not necessarily original or miraculous nor did it take place by mere chance or casualty but it up in the course of human events and there a cause or combination of leading to the mysterious result and no doubt there will be different opinions en tertained as to the real cause or causes andrthere for issue and to the main promptings Now brethren we can not charge our misfortune if it be a misfortune wholly to the unfaithfulness of our tribe or to the great cunningness of the Demos kites but we who sought lots of the people together with our chief priests and council owe a great part of the debt of defeat and some extent for the Hence the three causes combined negligence upon our part of our tribe the cunningness of the Demoskites effected the catastrophe Brethren we were like unto a ship launched out to sea without compass rudder or sail and when the winds blew and the storm came it was drifted and dashed upon an unseen rock and split asunder wrecked and lost We were as a general with ao un disciplined army facing one that was well disciplined and he would go into camp without pickets or guards and would allow the spies of the enemy to go through hit camp and make friends with his soldiers and induce them to desert and into the ranks of the enemy when the battle was fought his own soldiers would help to put him to defeat and flight We were also like unto a pleasure party who would embark upon a seemingly stream embowered upon either side with fragrant flowers and go drifting quietly and gently down upon bossom of the soft blue rippling regaling in the sweet odors and balmy zephyr breezes that soft uppn their brows having pilot young and inexperienced in voyage anti careless of his duly to look out for danger but all the were Cull of hope and bright ations of a joyous and hppy yqy age thoughtless of the fearful aflt jo which they were merrily drift apd pKgr which they were plunged by the gushjng lashing foaming waters wrecjced apd We were like unto a pgreess would leave the dents of sheep fpld open at night and lay down to rest and wolves t would come in and carry oft his sheep Brethren while we stood watching the brightness of the stars and the wonders of the heavenly bodies an tlcipating a glorious dawn of bright day the Demoskites dug a deep pit in our pathway into we unfortunately stumbled and fell I U for hopes nayrb ground as our occurrence the unfaithfullness O plat ofwaters life W antic p jog p herdwho r J i i e v r for came was causes conjecture tot g an- is this erh cats jug she which t t r E r tact when day came we found our strives beneath the surface and in the dark NUN brethren it was our overconfidence in our tribe and in ourselves that paralyzed our strength and helped bring about our defeat We suffered the Demoskites to set their snares and nets for us as a fuwler and we were caught like quail and we were careless about the condition and disposition of our tribe We took no pains to inquire about their grivances nor did we attempt to pacify or console the same we were unconcerned about the movements of the Demoskites we were indifferent about the ad vice and warnings of the old loyal Repusites who had grown old in the experience of tribe religion and who assisted in gaining the control of the province from the Demos kites when we were mere lads we regarded them as back numbers and their advice as being out of date we consulted with the oung the unexperienced and the imaginative we relied principally upon our own sagacity and discernment we took our chances in our own hands and directed our own destiny we were inclined to be wise in our own and all the charges that the Demoskites preferred against us we were inclined to believe that every body would consider them false without reputation and that they would be ineffective we were in dined to think that the people ought to feel and consider matters as we did and that what we s id ought to be popsidercd true by everybody that what we did ought to be right by the people Now this was a great oversight and mis take upon our part we put off ac tion until it was too late and until a short time before the casting of lots and after the Demoskis had and schemes vy then dashed out into the province gave a few blasts from our trumpets went about over he province scattering a few shekels recklessly about at the last pinch therefore it greatly to our fault that we were stripped of our official regalia NOW brethren we Relieve that our experience in this matter will prove to be a great advantage to us in the future ad ventures of our lives and a volume pf knowledge in years to come This occurrence gives us a good idea and knowledge of the frailty of human nature such prepares and qualifies us to meet and to deal with our fellow man with some degree safety and certainty in the various issues of life the experience which we have just taken is worth more to than the proceeds and emolu meets of the official position which we must surrender to others We are all young and have but little ex perience in tribe religion but the experience which we have just gone through will put an edge upon the sward pf life for experimental and practical life 15 a much safer stand by than a theoretical or imaginative I believe that our late ex perience has made an indelible im prugsfpn upon the tablets of our memory which shall ever glow in continued brightness thro all the years of our lives Brethren let U remember that a little adversity becoBietil an antidote tp vanity and a little misfortune begpmeth 3n in centive for caution lrethrR dP yourselves no harm for the world is wide and opportunities are many and remember the race is not to the swift nor the victory to the strong but to those that pcrsevereth Now brethren let me show you the mys tery or b old we did not all steadfast as was first anticip ajetj some of us were put to a very scycre and thereby Jost our official dignity 3nrf flPfx lhose remained that were not subject tfl jhe discrimination of lots Now prevvjuy tp c change which we have tallied we were a persuaded that neither per apgeis npr principalities npr powers ppf present our things to cpulfj separate us from our tribes love and loyalty therefore we lid boast in vain hope not knowing the dis sention and the unfaithfulness that was lurking in the membership of the Repusites for we then a glass darkly and there some j conceit considered s rJai their and promiscuously was o us lone J I Jit X l remain for est n icier blip6 name saw thr cysts t0 Y- f o mysteries which we were unable to interpret but after the costing of lots the scales of our vain imagin ations fell from our eyes now no longer see thro a glass dark ly but see as we ate seen and re alize that our earnest expectations did not culminate in our official sal vation and that we were not re ceived by the effectual calling made by the casting of lots for before the casting of lots the Demoskites made us a subject of vanity and of ruth less criticism they reviled us with backbitting and all manner of calumny and false charges They sent spits about among our people up jealousy and envy against us and we were bought with a price our birthright was put upon the market and gambled away we were weighed in false balances and set at nought we were betrayed into the hands of the Demoskites and innocently and unjustly cruci lied upon a cross of treachery for it was by the efficacy of the atone ment that was manifested by and thro the casting of lots that we are what we arc therefore seeing that we were sur rounded and with so reat a cloud of witnesses and the abundance of lots that were cast contrarywise we were made the subjects of wrath and how could we escape so great a calamity for by not receiving the free gift of the abundance of lots we were transformed into the likeness of common citizenship and passed from a public to a private life and be came heits of civility Therefore by the foreordInation that was de termined and executed by and the casting of lots our rights to the official control of the province were made void and we were alienated and ostracised from the participation in the feast of the official passover therefore we are the subjects of commonality accord ing to the covenant of the people which was made in the casting of lots hence we are no longer uncer the bonds of official duty but have been made free and set at liberty and having put on the habilaments of common citizenship we can run now without weights or encumbrance and be att peace with the Demos kites I would not that ye should be how that our fathers many years ago were for a long time un der the same cloud that now over shadows us they did groan under the burden of the rule and iniquities of the Demoikltef but they pa tiently bore the toll and endured the pain and continued in the faith and righteousness of our tribe and abounding in good works whceby they fought a good fight and gained the control of the province but now that some of our tribe have become backslidden and lukewarm there has been a falling away of the faith of our membership and a calamity has come upon us Now brethren let us work more earnestly and devoted ly to building up again our righte ous cause and if we do our duty truth and righteousness will prevail and we shall again get control of the province then let us lay aside every weight that doth so easily Le set us and let H5 run with patjpncg the race that is set before ui ever looking to the goal of our suttee and the redemption of that which we have unguardedly lost Now brethren I feel impressed and per suaded that we should have a season of prayer that we should supplicate nd invoke the favor and blessings of god pf pur tribe and I shall request brPtllPr gornpjus tp Igad in prayer Yith bowed heads Cornelius d his mouth and prayed Qh thow god pf Mnpus and of Rep usitcs it is with repentance gml with humility that we pall Hpon thy name and implore thee to look upr on us with pity and compassion in put trials and disappointments forgive our sins and transgressions We reel that we have wandered away from the path of rectitude and have gone counter to thy will and have neglected thy commandments thy sjatuets and precepts and have sinfc PCS by omission it ii MO and have been ancj cat in thy service and for suci cause thou last seen fit in thy wis vyarjls us by jnficrpg us tjjy- o i and hath ntJFmittPf and allRVgd b Demoskites to remove thy servants Paul Barnabas Luke and Clement from their official positions in the province and hath allowed them to fill their places ith Ruel Kato Rahab and Judas but adore i t andwe andstirred exemplifiedand encompassedabout o disannuledand 1 B rn bas lfse d said Brethrenr t ignorant the commission t PRiV r 11ln1 Eq H m Ile sHre tq P PP J hF fir E we i Ji 7 j thr Now a u had concluded opt the aril careless iy saufest jitlprlelrt Pauln Ri J 4t Ya t d and bless t chat thro thy loving kin s at ender mercies thou hast I n ue spare and sustain stiver together with Shem and rlir rh c we may in on oUuittl positions and continue to honor y name We pray more especially for our be loved brethren Paul Barnabas Luke and Clement whom thou hast seen fit to rebuke in the casting of lots we know whom thou lovest thou often do chasteneth Oh wouldst thou lead them by the light of thy countenance beside the still waters of life and may they hnd abundant green pastures and pros per in the land Let thy thy staff comfort them and may they be able to bear with fortitude and with resignation their in the changing scenes life and may they grow in knowledge and understanding in our tribes religion until they shall become powers and pillars in the religion of the Repusites and may they continue steadfastly in the faith and work in building up the religion of our tribe and become instru mental in pulling down the strong holds of the Demoskites May they not become discouraged and turn back to the beggarly elements of the world but press forward to the mark of the prize and the high call ing as is set forth in the religion of the Repusites Oh woultlst thou enable thy loyal and faithful serv ants to reclaim the backsliden of our tribe and those that have be come wavering and wandering and those that have gone over to wor ship with the Demoskites and have forsaken the ways of truth and righteousness Oh may all the proselytes and prodigals that have wandered away from our tribe come home and be comforted We ask thee to hasten the time when we shall again have of the pro vince and can rejoice as in times past Lead us not into temptation but deliver us from the rule and the iniquities of the Demoskites and those Sodomites who say that there la no God and we shall ever praise thy name Amen At the conclusion of Cornelius prayer Shem arose and said Now brethren while Yarber shall lead in singing some appropriate song 1 all to covenant with oni another by shaking hands that we shall let the past rest but that we shall be more circumspect in regard to our tribe welfare in the future Yarber then lead off with the song God be with you till v meet again And all those assembled joined in and sounded all the parts with the spirit as they shook hands in sympathy with each other The scene was somewhat pathetic and accompanied by tears At the con elusion of the song they adjourned sine die and all passed out Thus ends the appendix to the Chronicles of Contest TERTULLIAN Get THE RECORD year and the daily Courier Journal three months both for 150 i remain t rodand disappointments It b M tar Ito the i control want us one Qijr electric equipment enables us to haprile promptly gll orders for job printing Qive us your busi ness wp insure satisfaction Envelopes Bill Heads Post Cards Note Heads Letter Heads Calling Cards Receipt Booksv Shipping Tags gysjgcss Cards gjrcylar Letters In Fact Everything No matter what typewriter you use ribbons for it art in stuck at this and ear yJstS InvitationsStatements MngY EtUnS i tcBr f Plsc1a Pt o tame a OfficeR 1- BLMMYFLL ROARK 6ener Insurance x S r qr t Jcx riF k khkir 1 LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYERS LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY BONDS We represent the HOME INSUR ANCE Co of N Y that writes all kinds of farm and city property Give us a call when you want insurance BLACKWELL ROARK Greenville Ky WOOL WOOL WOOL r Mr E A Cohen has just returned from New York where he has made a contract with one of the largest woolen mills in the United States to furnish them 20000 Ibs of wool before July 15th There was never in the of Greenville such as will paid by us this spring Dont fail to see us before you sell your wool Dont forget that we are still paying the highest prices for BIDES GINSENG FURS CHICKENS EGGS SCRAP IRON and all kinds of metals Telephone No 276 A L COHEN CZ30IZZ O Selecting Wall Paper for or any number ofrooms cairbe thnre wiilrsafr isfaction at Roarks In the fifty stock patterns shown there is wide variety of design and coloring And the goods 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 it and get credit be E 6 I o are return n n f rY l0 Q00Q0 r- r one z LI Just at this time we have several SPECIAL BARGAINS IN QUANTITIES sufficient for one to three price in sonie 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 roomsthe r 0 Q 01 IiCIOIlIc 0 12 U El r 2 1 ss t In an article published in the great medical authority on foods says and muscle building I There is one kind of food hat deems 16 me of marked value as a to nd 0 tjje whole body throughout acoescenc Oats are he nutritious of a hp H Rtf aqcj He says oatmeal is gaining ground with the welltodo of Great Britain He of it as the mainstay of the Scottish laborers diet and it pro September f cr H t qf Jt110 oP ft t at youth and that is qa meal cereals Ralhe 1ns says Bdr 4 N duces a bigboned oped mentally energetic race His experiments prove that good oatmeal such as Quaker Oats not only furnishes the best food for the human being but eating it strengthens and en Ijl coqcjiisiqn hp says scents therefore that the but brawniness meaning th cp has some due tp the stimulation of the thyroid gland oatmeal porridge in childhood The Scotch eat Quaker Oats because it is the best of all oat meals wendevel f I Jargcs tllyroic mtimat U- Yith utisning ody 1UP hlc n A 4T Llt i r y gt J r the landt island is tonnes a t c Ao proccsse- o a f 3Q Northerners measure I y i A L ta to Ahslutely Pure 1 i t tlit r Itt J I C R R LOCAL TIME CARD i MOUTU BOUND NO 123 IiOuUTlllc Express llttam103 Cincinnati Express 154 pm 101 LouUvllle Limited 408 nm laG Central City ncooin 716 pm SOUTH UOUSD fo 135 Pailucnhnnil Cairo nccom 516nm 121 Kuliou Acvommotlattuu ISIUpm 101 New Orleans Special S10pir Nov 2 1009 WOCBAwronn Agt HOUSE BY THE SIDE OF THE ROAD BY SAM WALTEK FOSS Snm Walter FOSS is the llbrarlnu nt Somcr THie Muss He WIIH born nt CaniUit N H in 1858 anil Itt l known tin the writer of a of the common nml nls UH lecturer nuil reader of bli pocuis lie ban much at leuttou to poputnrlzlug library Let me lire In a bon eby he Ule of the rotul- Vljere the race of men go by The men who are good and the men who are bad As poo l antl nt bail as I I would not sit In the Hcorneri seat Nor hurl the cynics ban Let me lire In a house by the bide of the road Aiulbe a friend to man 1 see from my house by the hide of the road By thehlRhwnyof Jlfe- f The men who press with the ardor of luipc The men who are alnt With the i And 1 turn not away from their smiles or their tears j Both parts of the inMnlte Plan Eetme live in my house by the tilde of the road pi And be a friend to man know there are brook gladdened meadows ahead f i And roonnlaina of wearisome height r That the road passes on through the long af- L tprnoon fjolce when the travelers TAnd we Sp with the utraugcra that immn JfoKllve In my honbe by the de of the road a man wbo dwells alone Let mfc live lu my house by the side of the road Where the race of well eo by They are they nre bad they are weak they are Htrouff Wise fooUnhsoam I Then why should I nit In the seqrneHs seat Or hurl the cynics ban Let me lire In my house by the aide of the road Coombs buys beet hides is county day j Roads ate getting m bad Give Pittman Bros your meat orders New shop best v Miss Lena Arnold was iu Nash villji last week Dr J W Koontz and wife were Jin Louisville week Horse stock W s areprompt ly printed at this officef We had another dash of zero weather last Friday and Saturday mornings Mr R M Dexter is entertaining a new arrival a fine girl born Fri morning Telephone No 5 and your laundry will be called for and delivered iV ville and Cincinnati on business the part of the week Spf tf Mr and Mrs C 12 Eades arc in t Louisville where Mr Eades is re ceivirig medical St Take your hides to Coombs who wpays highest cash prices k t L f Mrs Lillian Yonts his gone to Louisville to spend several months jy with her daughter Mrs Henry tf Myers Thti snow and sleet furnished fine Qive Ajiss Jena jrnolq yqijr aqndryi 5 0 rcpre cqts Nfetcglfe of jn tbs st f Miss Oni Jonson of McLean county has returned home after i e l Ca l1OJ t II tnber uf I lean motl bumoruK uml nil life 1 1 t1 t J tA the aldeor tit rife ofi i il 1 i j i i t utftlU for iJ Like L S l good JI And be n Irlen1 tll mau f1to C i c Monday court t3 shape If ri gatn 7r service i c I j last 4 Xv and 11 iI sJ It t J day a Mr Chas f Roark Vas in Louis It first dIt 3 treatment z 0c thc I 2 sledding an the olnl5te w t out night and da fun wasI pRs iR1e QU of the g t plant J1 jlltjt e J J1 lff1 s endtng s v al weeks th her uncle Judg J C Johnson 14 Jf r ti r t2 oj yt dI Jtl f W l t1iIh j YJrtJ r r Grapes the most client the active principle to valuable day Ssa every home WO ALTO BakingPowder InS81r 9 ilholesome and cJellC6i11S fond lorevery The courthouse clock was out of commission again last week on of the sleet Amateur photographers wers busy last week and many fine pictures of snow scenes were obtained Call on Leslie Hale next lo First National Bank for candies books sundries cigars tobacco etc f An epidemic of grip in a mild form is prevalent throughout the county and sneezing and coughing is the order of the day Everybody sneeze everybody cough everybody spit everybody take a drink of cough syrup if you havent anything better There have been an average of three or four kinds of weather for each day during the past week some of it has been good a little of it Best meats of all kinds at Pittman Bros new meat shop Telephone No 2 9 Mr and Mrs T M Morgan have returned from an extended visit to Murphysboro Ill They were ac compained by then grandson Lin dell Phillips County Health Officer Jackson that four cases of hook worm in that county The patients not dangerously ill Man past 30 with horse and buggy to sell stock condition powder in Muhlcnberg county Salary 70 per month Addiess 301 Unity Bldg Indianapolis Ind it The Green River Natural Gas Company has secured the franchise of Central City and will soon begin active operations toward supplying that place with natural gas The city ordinance against stock and cattle running at large will be rigidly enforced and owners are warned that fines will be assessed against all who break the law For Sale Eight Scotch Collie puppies and four Poland China pigs J E Owing to the weather work has been temporarily suspended on the Kentucky Midland railroad York will be resumed as soon as weather conditions are more favorable Dr J G Bohannon local sur geon for the Illinois Central railroad is in New Orleans this week attend ing the meeting of Railway Surgeons He will be away until Friday or Sat urday School books for all grades can be round at the new store of Leslie Male school supplies of all kinds also f3 There is an old saving that an early Easter brings an early spring This year Easter Sunday comes on March 2th and according to this we should have a spring of the old fashioned type Mrs M E Martin last week m Chicago and selected a magnificent Jine of the very latestI sjvjesm and mili The Molcr Barber Cojlpgp qf ousvillC liy want men IQ barber trade They offer splend id inducements and a short term completes They mail free a beauti fulcatalogue and ask all our readers to send for it it 1 I account f eH l liatC ountyjl itS iio nce are arc h7 COO IDS and spent spring summer1 r n1- n Hf rqer 1 f tplqe q p qnq sw rlhe O1t l the i1f Jrjf Rev T W Isbcll Dead Rev T W Isbcll in his S9th year died at his home seven miles north of Greenville at 6 p m Sun day February 20th of disease in cident to old age Funeral services were conducted at the home at i pm Monday by Rev O G Walker and birhl was in the Will iams burying ground at 230 p m the same day Rev Isbell was one of the leading men of his section and was known all over the county He was a Baptist preacher and did a vast amount of work during his long life being in the active service until a few years ago when his ad vancing years made it necessary for him to retire His family is among the most prominent in the county all being progressive honor able citizens active in the improve mcnt and development of all better A great loss has been and in their bereavement the wife sons and daughters have the sympathy of a host of friends Mrs Mary P Reno aged 73 years died at the home ot her son tgo Tuesday night Mirs7 1Reno had been an invalid for some years Burial was at The Blufr near South Carrollton at 3 p m yesterday Deceased was a well known woman and widely related Mr Rufus T Nanny aged 38 years died of consumption the home of Mr Joel T Wright in the Bransbom neighborhood last night after an illness that for many months had practically con fined him He was an industrious citizen and was well known in various parts of the county Aunt Mary Knight aged 80 years died at the home of her son Mr James Knight on the A W Mc Cown farm near Pisgah at 6 oclock Tuesday evening after an ijlness of some weeks Deceased was one of the old settlers of the neighborhood and was held in high esteem by all who had the pleasure of knowing her Interment was m the cemetery at Rock Bridge church m Christian county yesterday after noon and was attended by a large number of people Oldest Persoi in County Dies Aunt Caroline Taylor colored died at the home of Will Reno near A M E Zion church at 3 oclock last Saturday morning from the ail ments incident to age she being 103 years old and probably the oldest person in county She was born in Breckch ridge county in 1807 but had lived in this city most of her life She was a negro of the od school and had many friends among the whites as well as her own race Funeral services were held at ihc A M E Zion church at 2 oclock Mmda y afternoon the pastor Rev Irvin being assisted by Rev Waters of Madisonvillc who formerly lived here interment was in the west end cemetery Lena Arnold Jfas acccpicd l cy for the jopkinsv le failed for a4ud d Ijvered Telephone at d telegraph wires were broken by the hundreds in the sleet and ice of the latter part of the week and crews have been busy re storing service whitli is now about normal once more I men ts sustained Mr Edenoat Central CJ Sunday a extreme Muhlcn erg Miss II I 19 t aIU Untry TS HllOH o 3- HI wpr wit I e t 1 ltlO J ltrl D y iJI The Tobacco Crop t 1It T I Farmers have been busy for some time pre paring plant beds an there is every pros pect of a large crop of tobac co if plants are plentiful and a good season comes The prices for the past Jew years have brci and will doubtless continue so irnd tobacco is a profitable crop Mr James Iiui R ar will be home from Louisville tomorrow pending a few school vacation days with family and friends Stray Notice Token up as a stray by G W Harbin living mile North west of Greenville Ky one hog marked swallow fqrk anil one split in underpart of right ear over bit and under bit in left car and valued by John flarkjey Jr and J W Barkley at 5 oo L The said G W states un der oath that he has not altered or changed any otthe marks of said hog This the i th day of Feb 1919 G W HAUIHN Subscribed and sworn to before me by G W Harbin this ith day ofFeb 1910 i J H LOVRII J P M C That this has been a severe winter no one has to doujlit There has been but days when we were not experiencing some sort of disagrccobte weather The total snowfall fjr the winter is given at 29 i inches while snowfall for he month of February is given at 171 inches The American Society of Equity will establish an Equityexchange at Bowling Green The object is to about an amalgamation of the interests of the farmer the laborer arid the fetail merchant The ex change will be cquippefT with a cold storage plant where eggs poultry and otlier farm products be taken of From March ist JC April isth colonist tickets at ycjy ow rates will be solti by the Mpnpn Route from Louisville to the Yet North wcst and Southvestt embracing Ari zona California Coloradp Idaho Mejcico Montana evada New Mexico Oregony Washinglon Wy oming and Western Canada The fare to San Francisco will be 3750 and to Pprtland 3730 v Full information checrjully fur4 noshed at Mondn Route City Ticket Office or by addressing Ix H Ba con D P A I I nfl one half H rbi rotm few the j ring butter will dare i1D4O oSidihrlu n l1UU j I rj Tuesday YS Gorge Wasliingtons birth dayand was a nation al legal holiday The banks were closed all day the post9ffice was I open only a part of the day and the rural delivery was ngt made The high school was in session only a short while a memorial service being held ia which all the pupils joined Buiness houses were open as usual t The Vt de appeared at the house Monday and Tues day evenings and entertained fair audiences with acts of magic The features were varied and a few of them were new here and extra clever There was a report on tlfe streets yesterday afternoon that ex plosion in the Morgan Gal Co works had seriously burned several miners The telephone wrrcs were dottn und no information could be secured doubtkss more Kodak pictures taken last Friday Satur day and Stiniiny than ever before same length of time here The snow and ice scenes were beautiful and afforded great opportunity for the work The jMiuliny aqii hontmg o gime by t ajl carrer5 while oisiai jmploye on the routes or t e parrv ng of gi s fur tha iirprses npw f t tl Pl y the PUSI pfficp partr tjie t Comjjlaip s wtre iep iYe Umt dulqys in he cciivcFV ami cul lec n of mail weic caused at cer tain places by the practice of car riers gunning by the wayside its h magazines etc get them from this uuice cot pay opera sjz gas Ther ere lI- the tl l 1 l t IIi Ilk ffr R 41R cr fV t Sentence Sermon A great love cures maiy lus Worry is either too r soon You cannot lift where you r not love Sympathy may speak btst in silence No man is so small he cannot be ral In mercy Strength is largely a matter of dis c ivcriug allies Many a thorn lies hidden in a bunch of s ft words Influence is our shadow falling often far beyond our reach No man is right with God who is askew with his fellows The way to get with your de tractors is to disappoint them For the understanding of othcra the heart is the best philosopher There is no nourishment in the bread of life when you use it as a clubThe more serious a man is the more he knows the value of a smile j The relijzim you can leave at hon e will never j et you a home Come to know folks by love n1 you will not peed to do much guess tog about God Your religion was born in the wrong place if the hippincss of a child irritates it You can let loose a He in a second but some have spent their lives trj ing to catch up with one Mr Chas W Roar is local rep resentative of some of the best fire insurance companies and will your business which will be cared for promptly and in the very best manner The many friends of Dr J G Bohannon all the county are glad to know that he is again in trie active practice of his profession On account of illness the doctor has for some months his prac tice to offite and city work he has so far recovered that he is at work in all parts of the county MuhleHberg Circiit CouH Kenlucky Johns Miller plff vs W A Aunls Deft IN EQUITY Ily virtue of n Judsetncnt and Order of Sale of the Muhleiibcr Circuit Court repdeml at the April term thereof 1003 In the above cause for the Hum of one hundred and eightyseven dollar and three centp nUll the coitn fprtyttre dollars and fortylive rents I shall proceed to olTer for sale at the Courthouse doorlncireen1 vllle to the hlchest bldilcr at Public Auction on Monday the 28th day of February 1010 at 1 oclock p m or thereabout lieln County Court day upon a credit of t ix mouths the following described property towlt A certain trnit of laud near Emits Ken Mulileubcrtf county described a fol lows BoRluuiiiR at n ttake In IJIleys line near a poplar atump thence X 07 degrees and 2 nilnlites W S3 oles to a stone In the west line of lot No 5 to a dead bluck oak two iron woods marked as pointers thence S S3 WCS poles and three links to a stone in iteM in the old Military line thence with the old line S 07 desreea and twentytwo minutes 20 poles and nine link to a Mono In the old line and corner to L thence with Rllcys Hoc N 23 E C3 poles and 3 links to the besln iilug containing twentylive acres Or Ktifllclcnt thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be mule For the pur chaiiC price the purchaser with approved surety or sccurilles must execute bond bear ing legal interett froin the dny of sale until paid and having tilt force and oftecof a Judg anent Bidder will be prppared to comply promptly with these teruin JasJWOafe M C Alintdu 0 Evcrly to Dtift Clyde Sum nar Deft IX KQUITV- By virtue of u judgment and order of Niita of he Muhleubotv Circuit Court rendered at the Jauy t rm thererf 1810 in the oboe oaiihefor the HUin of Fourteen Dollar tnd Thirty three ceiittt with hittrest at the mte of 0 per cent per annum foiu th asth day of Feb 1910 itutll paid and 1403 codts herein I yrueeed to offer for at tho Courthome dOor In Uruonvllle Ky to the hl hc l bidder iu PUBLIC AUCTI 3N on Monday the 8th day of Feb 1910 at I oclock p in or thereabout bulu Ouiuity Court d y upon a credit of x inontliH the foUowjlujriJenerllMid property towlt 15o liijliiK nt a ro i In the Hartford road uud runiilu thcuo Kist o t5 puk i to a uum in bpicwa Hue ih auc N d C 18 poUs to a rttuk tbciiutj X 60 poe to a bli k oak ou tin isjpeof ttula II rtord nnul and tliuc up tit road to the bonlinilni coutalnltiK 10 airs Or siini liit tlicroo to pn luctf the MUUIH of money t u o de wl to be male For tUe pir h n p ire th intuhisir with approval cv ur H or s v irilloi niint oxtfue MUI be irlujr leynl luterr t ium lie Uv of U pulil Blil tier vffi t ftitrkd to co lily promptly vrtni U ryi SJun the Courier J urual and RK kij subscript iou offsr Rfesells j oo carpet h vsep rs the very latest models frsmi this great factory are for salt at Rnarks furniture store If you have nevor use i a seper von cannot possibly apprec ihr ilx aitJii s Call for a deiuunhtratiou S lat too even clever I appreciate over confined but g inactively Comn1ssioner s sale r k tuck nile i Vii bull Halt bi u uul hIK k j IllI1 tttt InIlIh It I Iii Y Oqtes M C spec I r Vffi r t 5 I Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription Is the best of all medicines for the cure of disease disorders and weaknesses peculiar to women It is the the diseases of women Ht is a safe medicine in any condition of ttc cyctcm THE ONE REMEDY which contains no alcohol no 00 injurious habitformic drugs end which creates no craving for such stimulants TIlE ONE REMEDY so food llrct its inrwcra arc not afraid to print its every ingredient on each outside bottle vrrapper end attest O Ito truthfulness of the same under eat IfZ7 ww I graduatedI get it iiont take a substitute of unknown composition for this i KNOWN cOMposmrsN No counterfeit is as good os the genuine and the druggie who says something else is just as good os Dr Pierces is cither mistaken or is trying to deceive you for IdS own selfish benefit Such a man is not to bo trusted He is trifling with your most priceless possession your health may be your life itself Set that you get tchal yia csk for BETTER MATTRESS FOR LESS MONEY Let us prove to you that the Steams Foster Windsor grade Mattress is superior to any 1500 mattress advertised ia the magazines You dont have to buy on faith Well sho1 you the inside an important side to knosr of ths mattress you buy It is sold by medicine dealers evel hrc t 1 tcnlcr who hsnt it cltn J icice 01 r f I J r A vcr STEARNS FOSTER MATTRESS Ie WINDSOR GRADE 15ij J fn A positive guarantee of money back if not satisfactory oa 60 nights trial Come in today Weve got all the good things at very reasonable prices I ROA8K Estate HERB FOR I1 THREE moNTHS ONE YEAR BOTH FOR ONLY SI ihz price of the Dally CourierJournal1 is S600 a year S150 for three months Weliavs made a special arrangement whereby we will arcspt orders for that v paper and ours luring JANUARY FFBRUARY and MARCH ONLY at the price for both named above your subscription at once and keep1 posted on the PROCEEDINGS W THE LEGISLATURE Sunday not included in this 50 cents additional if Sunday issue is desired v is lust an good a paper as it ever was Wescan still furnish the Weekly and our paper both one year For 11 Orders MUST be sent to this paper NOT to the COURIERJOURNAL to get advantage of cut Wte AiBAJGAINt tf yOU u t 1 1 0t Ifoll iAllY COURI RJOURJAlL Jj t l t 171 i 5 t t Th e Dee td r t If- o tr Ai iGi I i0 Send ia f t Courier J urn i offer S nd TheVeekiy ourierJonf f t this rat E ROTECT- I T 60000 BOQIES b Dlssccllng Aan ty TaWes IftHlllKER r AIR WATER VERMIN DURQLAR PROOr i I t 1 1 t CIIAVB VAUIT fur i fsjJnUROLAn elJJj1o ncast tho rnv FI aI I nlmlls unel is Hldm AL1rUl 1 cur tU1rlt tnl n lltlz = The DXKCR VAULT carried In stock by The J L ROASK ESTATE Gresnvihe- Plrte Line of Fwncnsl iirict futlul Ooocw I i 42o Ilk Champion hGmkal o ok McitersoSpringfiefd Ohio t L j 2 L fji y ti ROARK Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wrappers Slippers ROARK j j 1tf 1 VJo t 1 fiJ i f 1 J lJt u p C u W per k 11 Gr 1A rllr n 4 a 4 a sniettIRSs Tarvrr frI 5 et s g ore ll6 N 1 d Pert r arid SAFE DEHORNING CHUTE Simple Device That Will Not Hurt the Aninicl An nulhnrity on the uahornius of cattle funilohotf Use fovlus lnfurun lion on the ennrtrwtU n nf the elate for the opwa Make the ehuic siiorjc Seat luai a plink table In trout of tlio same about II i Ifarm G de l I u i IIi t R priAN roc DKHOBxrxa onorc two feet wide three feet long nail two i nnd onohnlf feet from the ground Then prepare a square with nn oigh inch side out of plank and ulnse It to the table a few Inches from the chute at right angles to the face of the saute so that It can move freely front one side to the other Tor the hinge use two good pieces of strap Iron prefer ably wagon tire and let each extend I t z i t I l BAFB AND CAST YOU THE AXIMAIi clear across each side of tho width of the square To mule the binge wrap the end of the tire around a bolt staple secured to the table l y taps beneath Through the end of the tire opposite the hinge anti about an Inch from IM top face of the Bqnare bore a hole large enough for an loco and a half You will then have two ropes attached to the top face of this square and these Intended o pass over the neck of the animal and be secured by a lever at cud of the table An other Identical rquare Is prepared this ij set on the table faring the hinged square but distant enough from it fcr time neck of an minimal to between The second square is braced firmly in a vertical position with blocks and stool braces Two holes are bored through the table near the front side through which a rope Is passed to be placed over the nose of the animal The head of the animal to be dehorned Is held In position by the stationary square against which the neck of the animal is bound by the hinged square ID this position there is no danger of au animal hurting It self and the vcrk eau be done much quicker than If the head Is less firmly Iicld In position Farmer May Make Cigars At Intervals after the cigar leaf crop has been harvested Inquiries are received concerning the right of the farmer to manufactnrccigars for homo use or to sell the tobacco to n person oth er an authorized dealer or mauu facturcr For the Information of nil such persons an explanation of the laws and regulations of the treasury department has been obtained tram of the commissioner of In teal revenue Under existing laws writes the commissioner a farmer or grower of tpbacco has a right to sell leaf tobacco vof his own growth and raising to any l crson Iii any quantity which may tie desired provided the condition of leaf tobacco has not been changed ii- v any manner from that in which it was cured on the farm The manufacture of cigars in a small way by any per son for his own use and consumption 13 permissible when the cigars nro manufactured solely for the use of thj person making them and are not re moved from the placo of manufacture for consumption or sale No taxes are required our is the person so manu factoring required to qualify as n manufacturer or make any reports Unless the person Intending to man nfacture cigars as above desired rhould Le n farmer or shall secure his stock of tobacco directly from the farmer nil other sources of supply would be closed to him by the require fa went of trip law which provides dealers Inlet tobacco shall sell only to other dcalars and to manufacturers of tobacco rr lIra cr to such persona AS are known to be purchasers of leaf tobacco Tor export iSfi i vpl P i I t rOll n I t J than I f it 4 2 oft 41 t it f c J r ft J I II r it eJ9t j it f i tF i r JoI tr tIT r I I I I t ip are nut and beset p w K tobacco 4 5 A x Na w t s t JiS the r d r 1 r y 4yslo Q Rb J3 INVESTMENT trl TREES Experience of nn Expert In Cultivat ing Tcrcstc- Tho iiiiiitlt RH care of forest trees hrtvi Leca tarrlrd 01 for several yearn now by orester A V llnwos of with reunite Mr llav a experience iHIkd down few IP liuiilrH that for sandy cheap luvtfs yn us were used for most of the x imcatn beat trees nro iir v he Scotch Norway and pitch It ujpcnrs that In the lung run white vic H the beet the trees being choaprr MM growth through a term n urs being equal to say and time lumber of gocd market value The Norway pine ia considered very satisfactory althciuh the trees cost more at Hu outset Tuu Scotch pine very rajKl grower mud will do well for planlru In open spaces white vines requiring some auntie of huBhos or brush to do Its host at start trees are most satisfac tory The yoini tints can b bought for about 3 prr thousand and at live or six feet sport aresct l2 acre In fairly open laud I In M t f lug was 170 per thousand vi h costs In blush or Imshy ground ix annotation of n number of old planta tions of white pine In Ihesitale hull cates that with cheap Iiada null lew cost pbintlnj the pine would prove profitable n crop paying t least r per font compound interest at present prices of lumber vIth every probabil ity that prices will be higher by the time plant li gs now mnde are ready for market Attention Is called to the very rapid way In which the Investment increases by compound Interest nnd taxes It I plainly unfair that the lumber crop should be taxed over and over again during growth the tax gradually oat Ing up the profit from tile plantation It would Petal tint every state would see time advantage rf encouraging busi ness tree rktntlug by abating the tax- I on post growth and taxing only annual InercrtKO An original invest njent f CT per acre for land nail 121 for plnutlu romponrd Intrnnt and taxes In CflnuectlrUt nyount 73 by tu thlvtcenth year and to In Eorrniy yours Thc prwent valor f ojd plantations Indicates that the growth of pine would pay fur Invettmrnt and interest if original j were kept as low as possible The Atnouttt of luuibrr In one planting soy ly rra r ijldshowcd that anmal cruwtu UaJ b aronnil a t mti lint JirtTi aiiii 1 veany avri s ut cf 5Ji IIT for Bevensy oar Suclrfisuivfl Indicate that forestry Is a very good burlncrs Investment for th state as well as belt desirable for other reasons J Interior Clothesline The clotheslIiK CT hanger as Illus trated herewith IntendeJ use In the house during wet or cloudy weath er The frame is urida vtj ceutcr piece of round about Lih in diameter and nay li iv uilt the size of rout The wtcd mny be square it a round piece eannnt be secured The two rul piecr are f the same material X eighteen li lies long The pieces arC held together at tHc Com lkt1l interest tn- t h fl tot the Inn to Iaut Its t time I t riO I r I fur mild II nut r lug x mho the Two yerrold the higher r t lumber the coati the acre t t lime TCE txooon DBIEB the connections with small braces to tho ceiling on three onehalf inch brass screw pulleys Clotheslines ore stretched between the end pieces ou which to hang the clothes Loading too Wagon It is generally believed that the load pulls easier if put well forward on the wagou Rut this Is not so on the or dinary wagon where the hind whirls are larger than too front ones Should the wheels be equal in size the load should be equally distributed If the trucks are so low down that the horses have au upward pull on the load then It would be all right to put the load well forward The loot should be proportioned to the nurfuco contact cf the wheels A large wheel sinks less than a small one There tore the load should be icavUt on tIle hind wheels Distribute the tout no one wherl ur no side Is carrying the greater fcino lest It make the draft exccssle f r Tue ton range carried Wash Eggs Fcr Ufcrktt It would in a sou le tt r tt waul uggs sent to mcrUrt t Vn to mud then in n tarry condition I at washed eggs hfi e ito JietpHig j all stein The water Rpears to Ihu v gelntiu UK vjlMtauce xvhuh lime pares of li mal air U tau tdmlitcd and woti tlou Time nttlrr way to treat eggs Iu to take a ucolen rig only stightly moistened Ito water and gently rub off the lilt Nut Industry on the Farm An InduRtry which the farmer might take up with1 profit U nut growing Improved nut trees begin bearing at shoat six or eight years bearing tho same as apple or year trees Largo trees when grafted begot to bear about time third cr fourth year and large trees that are budded will beer sooner thou small outs but too small ones bear longest Kngllsh walnuts can now be grown In the central states from iron frame Is weight 50 tae t shall dt J oi1Jff tit 1 made The hung iv seal start oa Girt St r r e C v frost wrtth rach lo k Purr LJ o ne nmi t Tta j of il we i never cr only wear will it in with you whoa ptady IB paint Ve a Gislclaw awl clurnblc sob p i i ror uaibt Dcbi p h off J H HAYES Paintec and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 r r1 UIt 1 ytur u1MLtt a th CCtti Th t 1 rww ud is tir HIe trai no 111 y Joot hfIII h out i CiR1lSlr 0 YH f i C c U y t = 1- Rl w rmlxwxn a r roes tsaacr e erns art tct it Lon4D yi rMork c e a tars cs gusrr tae o ea e I I I bditcns and preserves everything about the is no or dingy looking furniture or woodwork in homes where Liquid Veneer is is clean wholesome sani tan Liquid Veneer can be applied fcy there is no muss to clean up I ward There are no cans r vfj i no brushes There are is ujyhands or surfaces Simply molsica a piece of cheese ai t wipe ctf the would do w itoi U Just try Veneer rnd TAJ ra how sweet and dean it will make n everything 4oz bottle 2Sc s- 12cr boUlo 500 H WHBftIZBIDIIIf 0 I I1A11t hom usedaU lllbody at lPft you IJ utd COLD tiY 4 1 anywhere any time JOB 1 RINTING J Qur electric enables us to handle orders fur job printing Give us your busi ness and we insure satisfaction Pesters Circulars Programs Envelopes Invitations Statements Bill Heads Post Cards Note trends Letter Heads Calling Carets Receipt Books Shipping Tags Business Cards Circular Letters Announcements In Fact Everything NTo matter what typewriter ribbons for it are in stock at ihis office eq ipment promptlyall A r7L ftF 1 nuns Furniture Moldings Wall Paper Vr our floors and in our ware the largest variety of Furniture in Ktthlonbsrg If do not have what you want we will 2 t it for you We have factory con nections vith makers of tho finest goods In ths country and through Our Spclal Order Department can supply any exclu sire artlclea at less prices then city stores or mail order houses Our Picture cud Room are always complete Wallpaper is now a staple article of mer diandiae being used all the year round And we always have full selections prices 5 cents and up per roll J Our Engraving Machine is the only one in this part of Kentucky and we are exclusively prepared to supply individual tfmc Plates which we furnish on all outfits without extra cost Undertaking and Embalming Coffins in White Enamel and Stained Varnish finish Caskets in White Enamel Natural Woods White Colored and Black Cloth Covered allMetallic and Copper lined airtight Caskets all lengths and regular extra and double extra widths Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes constant ly In stock for immediate delivery Burial Robes Wrappers Suite Dresses Slippers etc in large variety Our two licensed Embalmers respond at once to calls for such services Our general equipment is complete and oi highest grade We have a Funeral Car in service sub ject to call anywhere Private LongDistance Tele plumes say Store No 72 Night Home No Residence 150 yards from store Fioupt service any hour day or night TUB J t ROARK ESTATE YORK CUPPERI THE PAPER IN THE WORLD Singls II CIs ISSUED WEEKLY SAMPLE COPY FREE FRANK QUEEN PUB CO Lid ILTJERT J nosh rLBLISHKUS 4 W 3iiu fir xv Y03I iRnarlt1g tntr U carryon Nol ingocka s 1ugrnbiug r Two l ItQAR 40 Ir EV I j SHOW 400 Per Year C I run talas wet Emrr lapin red RlEN ilanater UREA LSiT- T 9fTRICAL Mkt 11x5Clrn WE BUY 1 HIDES FURS I+ s Tdloiv Beeswax Ginseng CjluVa Seal YedawRoot etc pullers and do better for litn cjrritj or commi jion merchants trance Bank l i wool bags free m SABEL SONS STAUHK IN 1DR 29 E kolas St LOUISVILLE KY lus is of the psanlai Laxative Brorno QuI hie T wrti bo rrjnedy nr a eoN te OIM I f We are I in i for weekly price tad i ling I i I lf1 on box that tilt u taa can i an Lotwv lee trite fiat tees i l ct at 1RIC AND I AocrlcanPhctogriphy J ii ot rnphl lateral tylJol 1rrl CUI i tul 0 I I rt AtlaRltA- 4yPUutucatrtrtluI UaafridLLYnen udwt rcnl sawleS end MMIIAKIG fttf II you name 0 nee nn St Do tOO blast 1 rlCfJboollA11l imrallhowlo lilr ltac- ti rI1h1aru t9e t 1nb Vo 1iLlcrDic t cnuny use trdt Sam uatamer flrogar- Snlnpon a gAPNV than nine out ten cases of rheumatism are simply rlrjumatism of the due to cold or damp or chronic rheumatism In such cases no internal treat meat is required The free application of Chamberlains Liniment is till that is needed and it is ccr mitt to give quick relief Give a trial crud see for yourself how it relieves the pain and Price sic large size Soc Hn911lnatlsn Iore ofevery muscles it- t 1j L if 1 oneness 1r N r2 r Monon Route BETWEEN Louisville and Chicago UST TO California and the Vast Northwest Two trains daily French Lick and West Baden Springs UNION STATION DISAHBORN STATION CHICAGO and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E H BACON D P A N W Cor lilt and Market Sts LOUISVILLE KY I I E i Dining I LISP rotvlsvILL on a Wallpaper deal Tlie 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 alter bring done Come in to see us time before you buy We may not sell you but well show you wallpaper values and enable you to save money where ever you may purchase THE J L ROARK ESTATE furniture TOallpapcr cluDcrtnhcrs GREENVILLE KY TilE SATE TO CHICAGO SEDUCED HQMOI leute Announces New Sckefrle ef Fares Ole Way and Round Trip The Monon Route announces that it will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago at 6 one way instead of S as formerly and 12 round trip good thirty days returning instead of Si 6 Patrons are offered exceptionally good ser vice by the Notion which on night trains from Louisville operates Com partment and Drawingroom Pull mans as well as the usual btrai ht sleeper The day trains have Par lor and Doming cars and the very finest modern new coaches cheerfully answered by E H Bacon D P Louisville I I firstor lastany I i A y i 1 t Inquiries K Bissells nyco carpet sweepers the very latest models from this great factory are for salt at Roarks furniture store If you hove never used a sweeper ou cannot possibly appreciate the advantages Call for a demonstration I I J1rI P J r i 2i i I CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH GO tf0 u lcoarOIUTBD e r iono lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Ilinols Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana Wo can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with the people cf tins great section of the We solicit your patronago Rates reason able and facilitiesEquipments unsurpassed EarRAs cALDWELL 1rew IrMa HUME Cool jvtrr Physicians Advise reliable stomach biliousness f 4the a to Leep the bowels and prevent the poisons of undigeSted food from bet tutQ sytei The tf sdcnc i ELVO Lxaifto Lhrcr SYUP pureiy tg9tablC o r1e44nt arcs aUe st nets oJ tls ns well rs on cifand io the greatest colStipation indigestion 1c etc Vr i iI La use of goodlaxaive oen yanr as tCat POdIKC V t gentle c ti Vev fiver the and bcwchs peaable csicary is skk lmeadache feverishness c tlatul ease rlI LIVER SYRUP fI S LAXATIVE YY s HERBS A BARGAIN FOR YOU BY MAIL THREE MONTHS ro ONE YEAR BOTH FOR ONLY The price of the Daily Journal is S600 a year for three months We have made a special arrangement whereby we will accept orders for that paper and ours during JANUARY FEBRUARY and MARCH ONLY at the price for both named above Send in your subscription at once and keep posted on the PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATURE Sunday not included in this offer 50 cents additional if Sunday issue is desired is just as goad a as it ever vos We can still furnish the Weekly and our paper both one year For 115 Orders MUST be sent to this paper NOT to the COURIERJOURNAL to get advantage of this cut rate t 1Jsj 11 7 r f DAllY COURlfRJOURNALir j8t Rc r i j p 7 tIt 1 56Jti t150 f I 4 I i I Send Tile Weekly f r l r t 7 Jf Ji 4 S e tr r or Courier 1 i r i Courier Journal ouriJourna1 papa I 5 r a- r t 4 60000 BODIES Mutilated Annually Dissecting en Tables T D WE3B J t 11 wrH s sf 1rcazi s y AIR WATERVERMIN BURGLAR PROOT 1 LL iun rAic7i RooF GRATIS VAULT tarnislica 4 iiiiluials and la ulrtlKlit and ruof VAUAT should be employed every burlul lUl sues burrowln nAlila in n wntt Etc Tho BAKER VAULT carried in stock by The J L ROARK ESTATE Greenville Fine Line of Funeral and I3t rlnl Good f y r i I I IChampion MdeD 5pr tekl Ohio z j f c I Te Constantly have ALL SIZES in i r lij L J v1 L i t F t Chi kal Ca Sok j Stock- S S fi 4 Tf Ja