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Notary Public and Li censed Auctioneer CENTRAL CITY KY Sales Made in County Terms Reasonable Box 93 Phone 78 DENTIST III n ar std T Anywhere dour a 9 f STEARNS FOSTER MATTRESS Ie t I dam QUEEN QUALITY a fine individual from a perfect strain of prize winners is now in service at too cash in hand only The patronage of the public is solicited J E COOMBS TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS c rimy qtilrklr an rinii rir o iiiti frue v lim li r nu isprobnMy miuni iilra HANDBOOK on In euU tent fieo m loi la- Inteuta taller tlirouch Slixui Co rccolra notice without clinruo luth- oScientific JtoNtfnA Illnstrnf exl weoklr I irucst clr imr J crnm months ft New York Brunch omco 25 WnsblUKton U Sep the CourierJournal and RE JCOKU special subscription otter I I IPI n kelrh mad nN UOU IICCUrul t I I I llii4trfMII MJ t I Anronn deacrl I Inn htrrur t nfl lll lest yen four bull ors 3G1Croadway NFL White Sewing Machines in rotary and vibrator needles shuttles etc in stock for all machines ROARKS STORE Concrete Worc I am prepared to pavement and other concrete woip and shall be glad to make cstiatis In limestone is used in base and surface throughout complying with city specifications in particu lar Give me an opportunity to on your contracts J Call Pittman Bros near meat shop Best of everything i this line Telephone Ko 279 Take rftivanUge of bur clubbing and get the daily ihrc mouths and n HE RECORD i no yeaj only 15 I H H l 4 ratted o every bid S 7 R C I fIr nil Ior a1tJ Coii pavements t 1 CRA KEN c ourier Jour BETTER MATTRESS FOR LESS MONEY Let us prove to you that the Stearns Foster Windsor grade Mattress is superior to any 1500 mattress advertised in the magazines You dont have to buy on fall Well show you the inside an important side to know of the vcry mattress you buy A i WINDSOR GRADE A positive guarantee of money back if not satisfactory on 60 nights trial Come in today Weve got all the good things at very reasonable prices flbe i L ROARK Estate I e The Registered POLANDCHINA BOAR NOXAL WONDER No 74507 sire Perfect Wonder 9 rc JRtOt J Z w w 4Ml rn 1550 Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine end have the wrong one given you For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine THEDFORDS Liver Medicine The reputation of cd mcdicrc digestion liver trouls Li frm ly It does net imitate other medicines It fcs bee then others or ii vould not bs the f vorite liver powder with a Jcrjcr sale than nit ethers SOLS Ztf TOWN Horse and stock bills are prompt ly printed at office AT FACTORY PiWCESG- LOBE BUCCSLS AID iAr CS t s c z i d 1l r thi d I i j reliable i2aton cs core a I NO 270 We riitp alt vchkit l r T ini r lVrtry C Cl 1 loCniiNKirrr iliit to ex tinua provnov l s li lrjilotio t K IJuj y ii rr rs t lave evciy uric r m il us a I t v iiriUiJir i i t v ilu it qi y i mi n ii l t lc f OlMlbrinti niy or i iirn li I you b sell 01 rn i y Vi l nt a prioli s o J i n in I viJ v I IT r v I r r JuarniU r i ii i I i rc lnrfSjsit w ala t 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f iis a a Crud and Lj jol aee tevjotoble put it oir J H HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 O i 7r 1 h t oJ 11Y t rain i L eta Mint c- rC Itf j I t C e tnr Dot a- Lit in yeasts mew fraud u p- It I ors a act wales u duct i M M S FCULTRY FEtJCEVery Close Mesh I rjJKVUS FEKOS CO DeZdb HI Eaniu City Ho rJe1 Sod cheaper netnur cLaC full UIIO ot telldo lot alt ro 4trr am tha MrI hNlu Mtihlenberg County- i rich in coal iron timber potters clay and the most inviting field in itucky for in vestment ofcapital and pluck f I 7i r l J1 1XIXDCiil1tj1i1t IIlCCttlICOt tact C SkxiJ r Ken c d- u i i etc tt r n a 1 L Ltt JtRTiTfTScTKltttittpTx73 fk x 2 VOL XII NO 7 GREENVILLE KY TIIUKSDAY MARCH 2 1910 SOc PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Th3 Black His The inventor of a process for growing black roses naturally takes pride in his achievement The black rose is new to floriculture Nature within the knowledge of man has produced no rose of that color nnd the black rose if it is a shapely fullgrown flower will be cordially received If it have the perfume of the garden rose its value will be greater Some of the most esteem ed roses of the florists shops arc odorless The inventor of the black rose is to be congratulated Black diamonds and brown ones are esteemed far above their intrinsic value Mr Burbaitks horticultural hybrids are highly prized It will not do in this scientific era to con dcnm the gardener or agriculturist for using his wit and art to produce freaks in defiance ot nature The freakish tendencies of nature are now to well understood The cun ning of man cannot outdo them Only nature has not yet a black rose and the first of its kind will surely command high place in the market for curiosities The utility of a black rose is questionable It will never satisfy the eye like the red yellow or white rose poetry of roses must be made to fit it no lover will come to use it as a symbol of his passion At its best it will seem a thing of mystery A bunch of black roses carelessly laid on the rail of a par terre box at the opera will not charm the vision of the lookerson in the stalls The nearsighted ones may that the princilal occupant of the boxes is displaying her overshoes A black rose in a lovely woman s hair will resemble a rosette of silk or velvet As a gift the blank rose after its first novelty has worn away will fit only funeral occasions Even then its oJJitr and the ex travagance it implies will serve The advent of the black rose will be an event a triumph ot botanical chemistry n subject for learned and more or less tedious frivol But after Who a black rose New York Times Whooping cough or pertussis is essentially childrens disease al thpugh an attack may be suffered at almost any age As with some other disorders it is not a dangerous diseas in its un complicated state It is annoying often running through an entire breaking up the school year besides being a most distressing type of cough to have but it is generally greeted with a resigned shrug and smile as somthing good to get done with especially as the attack confers immunity Whooping cough is usually passed on from the sick to the well in tlie form of the spray which the cougher throws into the air in the wild of coughing that overtake hum These paroxysms with the with which they ter urinate arc so unmistakable that a child could make the diagnosis When the disease has reached the wooping stage the merest trifle will to precipitate an attack a drink o cold water a laugh a sneeze The cough is so violent and so rapid that there is no chance to draw a breath in consequence of which the face becomes congested the eyes bulge the tongue and for a moment the sense of choking is agonizing Finally with the exhausts m of the muscles of ex piration the muscles of inspiration get a chance and the air is drawn in with the long crowing whoop that gives the disorder its name Most children vomit at the paroxysmStrong healthy children do not seem to be ill between these but go at once to their games until something brings on the next attack Weakly children how ever often I ground and suffer in their general condition Their attacks are likely to be more violent they sweat profusely and the trition suffcra by reason of the vuin They are naturally also more prone to the serious complications almost a new fanc ti thatwhat reallywants socalledchIldrens crowingwhoop U serve tt endof I paroxysms s I r u iting s necessarily unfortunate ntlikc itaristtitatle a discussions Wfoaping Cough family generally paroxysms hangout o such as bronchitis or pneumonia which may turn whoopingcough from a simple disorder of the nurse ry a fatal illness Attempts have been made to dis cover some serum treatment for the prevention or cure of this trouble but so far without success because the nature of the infection is not yet sufficiently understood The best treatment that has been devised is to give whooping cough patients the very best hygcnic and treat symptons as they arise In cases where children ap ear to be losing flesh and strength because of persistent vomiting it is well to feed them at the end of each attack Drug treatment is for the physician to prescribe Scntcnc3 Sermons The empty head never has a light heart Polishing a pew is not burnishin a crown You cannot mend broken hearts with soft solder It is easy for the man to peace Only a wooded man can wear a opinion The heart is never enriched by hoarded effcction When your heart feels starved try to take another boarder in Some who advertise heaven a good deal of hell Stress the good in your life and you will forget its distresses The new day conies by sitting up at night worrying over it Lamps arc to be known by their radiance not by the racket they makeTheres a lot of difference between putting sins away and covering them up Most of us are willing to take Its sons in patience at the other mans w When a man aims his prayers another he always misses the throne of graceIf advertised for gaugers of character half the world would the waiting list Make people think better of them selves and you will not need to over your own cuitaph Many who talk about giving their hearts to their lord try to prove it by heartlessness to men HUSINKSS LOCALS dive your job printing orders to fUR RECORD See R C McCracken you want concrete work of any kind For firstclass livery service in including closed carriages call on Barbour Head Get a set of pneumatic rubber tops for typewriter keys Greatest aid to operation of any Roark has them and you are asked to call for a look Pittman Bros new meat shop scar Baptist church 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 J I into surroundings u putt bent readymade manufacture tllnlC ii I r worry machine appreciate eb- on your the YWVVhM cOUGHS OLDS PRICE COo ft 100 Trial Bottle Free o VJe Buy FURSGlides Nod 7ool Feather Tallow Beccvrax Gmiccg May Apple Wild Ginger etc Ve ate dealers j ouUuhed in ICjG Orer halt a notary in LouuvjDe and caa do better for you tha ncenb of merclunt Reference any Dank in Louisville Write wtelly price lilt and tUppJne Ucs- M Sobel Sons 29 E Market St I OUlSViLLE KY 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE Root COOUImoa for If dJ CLLICnScalYcCcW KING OF CURES iii FOR COLDS THE WONDER WORKER FOR THROAT DR KINGS A Good Example I am a good example writes Mrs R L Bell of McAlester Okla cf what Cardui will do for suffering women I suffered with my head and back for over six years and although I tried everything I never could get any thing to do me any good until 1 began to take Cardui Cardui has surely helped me and built me up and I am so thankful that I have found something that will do me good I feel so much stronger and better than I have in a long time It is well to make up your mind before you are sick what medicine you will take when you are sick The Womans Tonic You will be glad to take it when you are tired mis erable and when life seems a weary grind It will put new thoughts into your head fresh courage into your mind If not sick now at least burn Cardui on to the pages of your memory so that when you are sick you will ask for it without thinking If sick or weak get a bottle today At all druggists Write to Ladies Advisory Dept Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattannooca Tear for Special Instructions and Wparc book Home Treatment for Women sent free Kaoua Officers W A Wickliffe President C E Martin Vice Presi dent John T Reynolds Jr Cashier Ed S Wood Assistant Cashier A Wickliffe E J Puryear R T Martin J T Reynolds Jr Ed S Wood C E Martin Geo W Martin The highest medical authority on foods Sir James Crichton Browne LLD FRS of London gives the best reasons for eating more Quaker Oats I z k CARDiUII e 1 atce ucY DirectorsW 347 ti e c e- r F e5cs I I In an article published in the Youths Companion of Septem ber 23rd Dr Browne the great medical authority on foods says about brain and muscle building There is one kind of food that seems to me of marked value as a food to the brain and to the whole body throughout childhood and adolescence youth and that is oatmeal Oats are the most nutritious of all the cereals being richer in fats organic phosphorus and lecithins He says oatmeal is gaining ground with the welltodo of Great Britain He speaks of it as the mainstay of the Scottish laborers diet and says it pro 1909 AND LUNGS FOR COUGHS AND COLDS PREVENTS PNEUMONIA I had the most debilitating cough a mortal was ever afflicted with and my friends expected that when I left my bed it would surely be for my grave Our doctor pronounced my cast incurable but thanks be to God four bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery cured me so completely that I am all sound and well MRS EVA UNCAPHER Grovertown Ind Price 50c and 100 ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED Trial Bottle Free SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY All Druggists NEW DISCOVERY i I G 3ttr GROCERY CO to take Csrdri for ycur female trorJti ticsuo we arc sure it vlil he ou Remember that fe tfas urvJe remedy tf l D ttlG h JIuM J I I Erg FI M q 6t has brourM relief to thousands cu sick women so why not to For headache backache periodical paw femab weak i Ji nets many have said it Is tote i II tl I fold in This City FS I nor b medicine to take Try I J JF l I 7ctt r duces a bigboned welldevel oped mentally energetic race j His experiments prove that such as Quaker i Oats not only furnishes the best j food for the human being but eating it strengthens and en larges the thyroid gland is intimately connected with the nourishing processes of the body In conclusion he says It seems probable therefore that the bulk and brawniness of the Northerners meaning the Scotch has been in some measure due to the stimulation of the thyroid gland by oatmeal porridge in childhood The Scotch eat Quaker Oats because it is the best of all oat meals goodoatmeal glandthis y 1 Subscribe for The Record Only 50c c I 1a I 1 p j Tflt REtORD Flu ludepeuclettt ll1l1LUIII Ell TlltJ TM UT RECORD PRESS tf 3- at S Nt vsptiper owEN ItcE- rrestdeut OlllEN KOAIIK Secretary I I OKMUN h ROAKK EDITOR LongDistance Telephone No 72 Ofltet In non nines rear if store rrniini Hour 50 CENTS PER YEAR IK ADVANCE TERMS The subscription price of the pniirr IH paya in nilviuie when the time hin expired to whleii It l pnlil the wilt be stopped of thanks obituary etc if not IniiKor than ten HIHH will l r free A 5o per line will be made for HIICCCC lines vnriiition of this rule to anyone Free wimple ooplen will lie mailed AdvortimniuiilH will IHMTIH A rUe nrd will be furiiUhid on request Address n mitkr all re ilttuiuOH piiyallc to KLlO 1 IKKSS THURSDAY MARCH 24 1911 Entered at the OrcMivllle Kj pottofllce 11 Jx Cleveland the meat boycott that never came to life dead Blum is where the adventurous early robin begins to draw dividends Doc Coots thinks the excitement about him uill soon blow over Ii has blown hall almost forgotten the Maine before it got around to remembering it CONGRESS is still finding out cer tam facts about high prices which the public knew MOST of the baseball nines will begin the season with enough crip pies to make them feel natural Wn UK the pock t wireless really into use a man no longer will b able to forget to mail his wifes letters UKCIK JOR CANNON bas been re duced to the revolver class He may not survive the shock of the operation POULTRY farmers can point proud Iv to the fact that so far as they kno v there is no such thing as egg ine on the market IK China were as wideawake as it is big the queston of the domina tion of the far east would be different IT is about as unsafe to trifle with butter as it is to run a matrimonial agency through the mails and not nearly as much fun I2VMGHTENED England no longer will treat its imprisoned suffragettes like drunks and disorderlies ond thoughts are best MR CARNEGIE is going to the top mountain to see the comet The ordinary mm will have to be climbing a tree IN France it is proposed that no airship be permitted to fly over a town without permission Here is much work for the sky constables UNCLE SAM seems to have the coloredoleomargarine butter industry just as it was getting good and profitable to the traffickers BY this time the lazy man who refused to use a snow shovel on his sidewalk trusts that his patient neighbors have forgotten all about it ACCORDING to a French court de Anna Gould must pay a fat al luwance to the parents of her recent husband Some people do not care how it comes provided they get it BARNEY OLDFIELD has now driven an automobile one mile in less than twentyeight seconds If he had been going for the doctor there might have been some reason for the hurry KOUCHLY speaking the is 1000000 times larger than the earth Our important little planet over the ownership of which for centuries men have fought and schemed would be about like a grain of sand on a football as with the big luminous Even if it had eyes and were possessed of intelligence the comet wouldnt go out of its way to slap us with its tail The earth is too small for it to notice Even though the human mind may figure out the fourth dimension it finds difficulty in comprehending the magnitude of space and the size of the heavenly bodies that float about in it bumping into one another 7C oc 0 q X 7 bl paper noticest of d- Int o h treelC111 o is CO longago comes i t Sect lIP ofa satisfiedwith i 1 1 o disturbed t cisl n I 1 1 comet compared wanderer It without 1 Cards chaca allguide tier Ky seeond e1aasmatter R t GRCs I e 4 V considerably S M 1 e f t t F is k Ia1 0 o FORTY YEARS AGO Some Facts Fancies and Figures of Green Four Decades Ago o- JOC I L PIE It ff 0 o eo o o- vine f ee II Fotty years ago luring 1870 there was one of the greatest and most alarming and perplexing politi cal panics and epidemic that his ever been experienced in the history of our nation known as ihe social negro equality panic This plague was prevalent throughout the country South of the Mason and Dixon line and s mptons were realized and felt in some of the states North of the line The negro equality panic star ted in 1865 soon after the negroes were set free and it gradually com menced Crowing augmenting and and influence in 1868 when the negroes were made citizens and put under the protection of the laws and clothed with all the civil rights as citizens of the United States such added fury to the flame already started and the panic began to spread and became more fearful and distressing People of certain tcmperment and disposition began to be seriously affected with the plague all over Muhlenberg county the state of Kentucky and other Southern states And in 1870 when the negroes were made voters the panic reached its climax and highest degree of force aud alarm and became a monstrous proposition a perplex ing puzzle full of dread and trror of frenzied fanaticism consternation and alarm which was emminent throughout Muhlenberg county This panic was kept aggravated and agitated by Democratic speakers and office seekers who would present to the people dark forebodings of a fearful future telling them that un less there could be a change made in the government rule and that it the Republican party were allowed to have the official control of the country that negro exuahty would be inevitable and certainly would take place and the uninformed and j people began to shudder at the thought of having to come back with social negro equality and in their imaginations and narrow conceptions of such they would have frightful dreams and negro equality nightmares and their very lives seemed to be losing their former sweetness notwithstanding that pri vate and family negro equality had nourished and practiced from the very commencement of our na tion but legal public open door and broad daylight negro equality was not all desirable and it was more than they thought they The Democrats and those who had been engaged in the rebellion and who wanted to get official control saw the charming effect that the equality panic was having among the people They fresh fuel to the flames telling the people that the Re party had freed the negroes and made them citizens and voters that negro men would pay their re spects to white girls and marry them that white boys would court and make love to the coloren girls and take them for wives and that there would be a general mixup of the two races all along the line and amalgamation would become and in time to come a white could not be told from a colored one Now such thoughts and reflections were very unpleas ant not desirable but aggravating to the simple minded and uncuKered people of the country Th cy were greatly troubled with such alarming delusions and their chief How to escape the clutches of negro equality They would rather die and go to a better world where they could have peace and not be troubled with negro equality The Democratic office seekers and in their enthusiastical harangues would tell tai alarmed natives that their only hope to pre vent negro equality to relieve their minds of the burden of the plague and to save the country was to vote the Democratic ticket and that De the only known rem edy to appease such a panic that if the Democrats were put in control of the govemment affars that they would put a quietus on negro equal ity and save the nation fruit dis grace and ruin and if the people would put them in power everything would work harmonious and the panic would cease When the Dem ocratic orators and Southern sympa thizcrs who had escaped bring shut during the rebellion against the government would be delivering I I I I gainingstrength I been at couldstand wouldadd by publican person studywas politicians mocracywas f 1 JiI i until political inconsiderate thorough Y Jr their eloquent against negro equality and of th avful conditi Otis the Republicans were bringing on the country the eyes of the old parents and those who once owned negroes would be turned a melancholy sadness would overshadow their counte nance at the thoughts of being put on equality with their negroes was more than they could stand and those parents who were greatly effected with the era i would often givcway to their feelings and full grown tears could be seen rolling down their cheeks and their troubled hearts would often be so moved with emotions as to cause them to ej iculate Oh Irl save us our children and our country frmi dis grace and degradation that the Radical party is trying to accomp lish And many of the Union soldiers who were effected by the panic after listening to the various exciting appeals of the Democrat office seekers on the certainty of social negro equality if the were allowed to rule would say We prefer voting with those against whom we faught rather than vote with men and for a party that favors negro equality The Demo crjt politician seeing now that the craze was giving them strength and in order to prove the perfection and purity of the Democrat party changed the name and assumed the name of white mens party believ jug that such a name would give tone and comfort to the members and also give them a higher standing distinction and refinement and a purer sentiment of elevated thoughts than they have ever before reached The Democratic politicians and office seekers continually warned the people to beware of the Republican party that it was the black mans party and sought the circumfrence of negro equality Now such was about the state of political conditions in Muhlenberg county forty years ago and during the panic of negro equality All the people that were subject to the epidemic in the county and state Hocked into the Democratic or white mans party until it was swell ed to an enormous majority In 1871 Preston II Leslie Democrat candidate for governor defeated John M llarlan the Republican candidate seventy odd thousand votes Muhlenberg county gave a Democratic majority between six and seven hundred Li 1870 there was a county in Muhlenberg which took place on the first Monday in Aug ust There were a full suite of Democratic and Republican can didates for the various county fices all loud men Negro equality was the Democratic battlcax which did execution during the campaign The general canvass commenced about the last of June or the first of July and a list of appointments were sent out to the various points in the county for speaking The candi dates on both sides would meet at these appointments and address the large crowd that would be gathered at some places there would be a bran dance and picnic plenty and drink was always on hand as a general thing S P Love the Democrat candidate for county judge and W S Hay the Repub lican candidate would furnish the oratory and eloquence Judge Yost the Democrat candidate for attorney who was then about 21 years old and Clark Moore some ears older anti an independent candidate for county attorney would occasionally take a tilt at each other The remainder of the candidates would simply announce themselves as candidates for the various county offices and politely ask the people for their support They would intimate that they were well qualified and worthy and would make number one officers and could fill the positions to which they with honor and dignity more so than their opponents When the Democrat candidates the crowd they would make Democ racy a recommendation and would begin Ladies and Gentlemen I am a Democrat candidate naming the office that they desired and they would generally receive some ap plause and then they would further add I have always been a Demo crat my father was a Democrat applause I expect to live a app als downwardand tt Republicans election ufo count aspired wouldaddress U rA AL t t backwoods teat 0r 3 o u WOOL WOOL 1OL Il f P e IMr E A Cohen turned from New York where he h n dc contract with one of the largest woo r ill n the United States to furnish theIr 20OC lbs of wool before July 15th Th rc vas never in the history of Greenville such prices paid as will 1 be paid by us this spring Dont fail to see us before you sell your wool Dont forget that we arc still paying the highest prices for HIDES GINSENG FURS CHICKENS EGOS SCRAP IRON and all kinds of metals Telephone No 276 E A L COHEN Roark Bldg next door to Hales f 1 f Democrat and to die a Democrat and to be buried in a Democrat collin great applause and if you elect me to serve you I shall ad vocate and practice Democratic principles applause And I want it distinctly understood that I am opposed to negro equality in any shape form or fashion whatever great applause I do not belong to the negro party nor do I believe in negro domination these are my sentiments great applause I candidate on the white mans ticket I do not want any negro votes applause- As we have said Love and Hay did the principal speaking Love had the advantage over Hay in several particulars he could speak two words to Hays one he could hollo louder and could use more wit sarcasm and rideculc than Hay and having the public sentiment largely in his favor he attempted to browbeat and as the saying is to peck Hays head all over the county W S Hay was a noble man one of the best men of the county was a pioneer of the born in the first years of the nineteenth century was about 68 years old His history was un tainted his character was unim peached and a man of broad and noble sentiment honorable and of the highest type of American man hood he represented the county in the legislatuie in 1847 and was af terwards a state senator yet under this panic he was made a subject of ridecule and censure on the account of his politics There was no truer man tor the betterment of his coun try ever lived in Muhlenberg county he had the nerve and the manhood to stand up and advocate his po litical principles and sentiment be fore an antagonistic majority of peo ple who were greatly affected with the negro equality plague and to defend that which he believed to As a general thing when Love would speak he would accuse Hay and the Radical party as he called it as being in favor of negro equality and in his heated and ex cited harangue would exclaim Do you parents want to see young black kiuky headed negroes their respects to your daughters and marrying them Do you want to see your sons making love to negro wenches and taking them for wives Do you want negro daughters in law and negro sonsinlaw then a voley of Noes would sound out from the ctowd Love would then say vote the Democrat ticket and you will save the country from negro equality and if I am elected judge I will not allow any of it in the county nor will I allow any negro to testify in my court You could see the animosity sparkling m the eyes of parents whose aggravated souls were deeply affected with the panic and they would cast a look of scorn at Mr Hay who sit quietly and calmly by waiting his turn to speak They would look at him as if they could put his eyes out crucify him Generally when Love would conclude his speech he would step those that were much affected with the craze would follow and leave Hay with only a small were conservative and immunes to the panic We remem beg on one occasion after Love had finished speaking and the peo pic commenced leaving a lady and two daughters that had rosy cheeks and looking as sweet as ang Is came rushing out by where I stood a gentleman with whom I was talking said to the lady Cousin why do you not stay and hear Mr Hay speak she said I do not want to hear anybody speak that wants negro equality I am going up to the dance with the girls and off they went When Mr Hay would meet his old associates and friends he would say to them I am a candidate for the office of county judge and elected will run the office for fees I shall ask no salary and i am- a count tt It offand crowdwho II Sally It If it r j l bright an mill 4r 7 t e would like to have your was customary for the fiscal court to allow the county judge 500 Altho those under the influence of the panic would say Mr Hay we have known you for a long time and have always found you to be a perfect gentleman in all of your dealings and to be a good citizen but we cannot support you we are sorry to tell you so we soon vote against a father or broth cr And some would say that we have always believed in the prin ciples of the Republican party but since they have made the negro a voter and made it a negro have joined the Democrat or white mans party we cannot stand negro equality and expect to vote against it as long as we live Mr Hay would tell them that he was not for negro equality but was as much op posed to it as any living mortal they would say your party is and you belong to the negro party and a vote for you would be a vote for gro equality We do not want to disgrace ourselves anti our f by voting for negro equality This kind consolation would thrrow a cloud of disappointment over the old sage to think that he was made the subject of the spite of political ignorance prejudice and deception by people who did not have as high aspirations as he had and many of whom groveled beneath his dignity This panic and negro equality epidemic continued to vex and some people for 20 years and many of those that were seriously affected having died and those that grew up into manhood were immunes to the panic and became and finally the county was put under the control of the Republican party and the panic vanished Now when the people of the county were laboring under the panic of negro equality they were also under the pressure of another ordeal the fi nincial panic of a railroad bonded indebtedness hich also gave trouble and alaim This panic also run 20 years and parallel with the negro equality panic and under Democratic administration of the county Four Democrat judges and magistrates who were considered astude worried with the two panics but failed to effect anything by way of relief but after the lapse of years of deep anxiety and uneasi ness the Republican party was uut in charge of the county and both panics were quelled and the cc unty has emerged from its former stupor aud is now travel ing on the road to peace and pros perity and is today worth three times as much as when under the RONDO TilE END The Best Food for Workers The best food for those who work with hand or brain is never high priced The best example of this is found In Quaker Oats It stands at the top among foods that supply nourishment and vigor without taxing the lion and yet it is the least expensive food one can eat This great food value and low cost make it an ideal food for families who want to get the greatest good from what they cat Laborers factory or farm hands fed plentifully on Quaker Oats will work better and with less fatigue than 1C fed on almost any other kind of food All of these facts were proved and very interesting information about human foods were gathered by Pro fessor Fisher of Yale University in 190S In addition to the regular pack age Quaker Oats is packed in large sized family packages either with or without china dishes 8 A New Game LLW Book agents may be killed from October i to September i spring poets from March i to June i scan dal mongers April i to February i umbrella borrowers August 2 to November ij and from February il to May i while every iran who ac cepts a paper two years but when the bill is presented says I never ordered it may be killed on sight without reserve or relief from valu I or appraisement laws and bur ied face downward without benefits or clergy Exchange I support- It tt I I I wouldas I It partywe U nee worry Republicans o administration panics digest u ration salary l r- i I t FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYERS LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY BONDS We represent the HOME 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 Newspaper A New Newspaper the Edited and published by R O Pace at Greenville will make its appearance APRIL 1 1910 SOME OF ITS FEATURES All home print all the home news Republican in politics but fair to everybody Devoted to the countys social moral educational Indus trial and political welfare Pertinent editorial comment on matters of public interest A free want and exchange column for use of all of its subscribers except regular dealers A circulation from the beginning of nearly 2000 One Dollar per it JOB DEPARTMENT- The Sentinel has one of the most complete job offices in Western Kentucky This department is under the supervise ion of Mr E E Reno one of the most obliging and practical printers in the state He will be glad to see his and to serve thm when needing anything in the job line All machinery operated by electricity Your patronage solicited Our prices are right Satin faction guaranteed INSURANCE ANew MUUlfNBfRG SNTINEL I I yearandworth oldcustomers c7r r r i b k i x I G i1rTIr a cVf VELVO 1 R BLMKWELL ROARK General i 7a 000000 0 000 00000 000000 Yr ar t Insurance grf paint oomeYour li OOD paint protects the lumber from rain and shine improves the appearance en hances the selling value and prolongs the life of the property Buildings go to ruin fast when neglected but last indefinitely when properly painted To insure the greatest and beauty and to best resist the weather ask your painter to use HOUSE PAINT NEW ERA It costs less because it takes less and lasts longer Color cards and suggestions for fashionable combinations at our store No matter what the surface to be painted enameled stained or varnlsticd tlicrcs an Aetna Quality Kind to fit th purfOt GREENVILLE MILLING CO Physicians Advisethe use of a goodlaxativc to keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons of undigested food systemThe VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup purely vegetable gentle reliable and of a pleasant aromatic taste Velvo acts on the liver as welt as on the stomach and bowels and is of time greatest possible efficacy in constipation indigestion biliousness sick headache feverishness colicflatulence etc Try VF 1 durability ACNE QUALITY Incorroratcd s y 4 LAXATIVE LIVER SYRUP ys Ar r1- KV Adds to the Food Economizes Flour Butter and Eggs The only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream oS Tartar No AluK3 Ko Limo Phosphates 1 41 Y J jOAtlistiNG the i OWbE1- n L C R It CARDI LXAL Thal I I SOUTH BOUND NO 123 Louisville Express 102 Oliiuiunnll Express Louisville Limited ISO Central City aeeoiu SOUTHBOUND NO Pailticah ami Cairo acooin l l Fulton Aiuoinraoilatlou 101 New Orleans Special It 25 am 1 51 408 nni 715 pin Nov 22 1003 WGCiiAwrouD SERVICE HY 15KOIH5K MACDOXALD George MacDniiaM preaeluil human kind less and a gospel of divine tort thrush his novels and his pounis Horn In lJft in mud ht was at lIt a iiiliiln ter but In later years gave himself wholly to literary work I said Lot me walk in the Heidi He said No walk In the town I said Tlure arc no Mowers there He wild No Dower lint a crown 1 said nut the skies are l liuk There Is nothing lint noise and din And he wept as he sent me liaek There Is more he said there in Mn I said nut the air is thick dud fogs ore veiling the sun He answered Yet souls are sick And souls in the dark undone I sail I shall miss the light And friends will miss me they say He answered Chouse tonight If I am to nisi you or they I pleaded for time to he forgiven He said In It lard to deelde It will not seem so hard In heaven To have followed the steps of your Guide Give us your job work I Greenville is growing amazing I Next Monday is county court day Get cut flowers Saturday at Gardening has been started in earnest now One touch of spring makes the whole world lazy Easter cards candy and booklets at Males Telephone No 175 Carpenters are the busiest of our bunch of mechanics Mr C Marks was in Madisonville a day or two during the week Give Pittman Bros your plea orders New shop best service Mr Frank Nesbitt of Madison ville was here on business this week Roark will have a generous as sortment and quantity of cut flowers Saturday for the Easter calls There is an unsatisfied demand for milk and butter We need a firstclass dairy more than any other one thing Mr Orien L Roark and children Carol Jonson and Mary Elizabeth spent Sunday with Mr Jerrold A Jonson and wife in Madisonville SALESMAN WANTED To sell gro cers Druggists Confectioners Si25 monthly and expenses California Cider and Extract Co Leffingwell St Louis Mo The night messages sent by manag er Jarvis of the Postal Telegraph Co have increased largly since the new schedule has gone into effect as 50 words can be sent at night at the same rate as a 10 word day message A window in the store of Leslie Hale has attracted much attention this week wherein are shown many specimens of drawings by the pupils of the High school Every item is commendable ami a few of are indicative of rare ability T D Fuller of Quality Ky will exhibit his standardbred saddle and harness stallion Marksman county court day See him before breeding your mares to is i lit 515 om tllIlm at0 Illn- j AI t oea 1tO I f lIt t 1 I w I J i II t f J I U hereon I t I pa- Ins l y 1 Roark t 1 f tt ta f t i t I j th t l R t mlo3 jL1 L 4 1 ti Y t It is spring since Monday Roads arc in fine shape now j Sec the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Roarks Time for the small boy with the fishing fever Dr Cundiff of Drakcsboro was here Tuesday on a visit to friends Mr W IT Gray and bride Monday from a visit to Louisville and are at home on south Main Best meats of all kinds at Pittman Bros new meat shop Telephone No Many homes are and having additions placed thereto the improvement of general ap pearances about town Mr Fred Irvin in his automobile testing Muhlenberg roads and has been making excursions for consid erablc distances out in the country a streets 79 beingremodeled returned For firstclass livery service including closed carriages call on Barbour Head Press reports indicate activity among the owners of air craft as scores of places are reporting the passage of flying craft of various kinds There is a general demand fishing space which is so much in demand that there has been some crowding at favored spots No over astonishing hauls have been made in the way of catches The millinery opening of Mr L Hummel last Tuesday revealed one of the prettiest and largest stocks of goods in this line that has ever been shown on this market The trim mer Mrs V Hawkes is an artist supreme and her past work here has been highly satisfac tory to the trade Be at the opera house Saturday night and see a firstclass show Messrs M Fred Sun who were here in business until a few months ago have returned to Greenville and are opening up a large stock of dry goods clothing shoes notions etc in the north half of the Mercantile Co building Main street They have many old friends and customers here and are wel come additions to our business in for- s regarded- as Greenville teres s C Have you a ring or other jewelry some verware cane umbrel la or other item that you silo want engraved Take to and the work will be done quickly in best manner A local telephone company has been organized at Rosewood and most of the stock has been subsrrib ed incorporation to follow soon Mr E Thornsberry has been active in the work of organizing and has met with splendid success A local exchange will be put in at once and arrangements are being sought for connection with the Cumberland lines thus insuring a greater useful ness for the concern We advertise to send our 5 ton steel frame Pitless Scale on Misunderstanding letter from W S Fox who only wanted a price we will soon have a scale at Paradise which will be sold at a reduction to save storage or reshipping The first reasonable offer will be taken Address JONES OK BINCHAMTON 346 K St Binghamton N Y r approval- em T Death of A W Anderson Mr A W Anderson in his 66th year died at his home four miles south of town near Sharon church at 9 a m Monday March 21 St of lung trouble Uncle Abe as he was called was well known all over the county He served through the civil war being a member of a reg iment of mounted infantry Burial was at the Eades burying ground at 230 p m March 2sd He leaves a wife and three sons Mrs Loaranie Jules Dead Mrs Louranie Jones in her 76th year died at the home of L E Jones near Ila 1 church at 950 p m Mondjy March zist of heart failure The funeral service was conducted by Rev O A Bar bee pastor of the Cumberland Pres church of this place and burial was in the Crittenden burying ground at 3 p m Tuesday She leaves one daughter Mrs L E Jones Mr William Ball 50 years his home at PowJcrly at 640 m March iSth consumption Funeral services were conducted at the home at 2 p m Saturday March igth and burial was in the Eaves burying ground at 230 the day He is survived by a wife and three children Charley Allen colored died at his home at Oakland at 715 oclock Monday evening from trouble which had been the cause of his confinement for some time He was a miner and well known hereabouts where he had spent his long life in honorable in dustrious service Interment was in Fairmount cemetery here at 3 oclock Tuesday afternoon and was largely attended His be preached at some future time His wife and several childred on b tt r Cask diedat intestinal funeralwill survive M aged Sunday is Easter and there will be special services at Sundayschools and churches in which the children will have leading parts This festival comes earlier this year than it has for many Easter means that our joy for the dead shall be greater than our sor row for the dead It means that while life on earth is filled with un certainties our loved ones who have gone are beyond the reach of and sorrow and that they are in the home which is and is to be our home And Easter means that in the rising of one who was the first fruits ot the resurrection our with our dear ones who arc in him was made not a matter of hope but a matter of certain knowledge Let us not only rejoice in this Easter victory but let us honor the day by bringing some one who has not yet laid hold on this joy into a knowl edge of the truth A Beautiful Coronet Hair Braid and How to Get One Send sample of hair and 500 to Miss Georgia Bishop The Madison ville Milliner and Hair Dealer and we will send direct to you a Quality wavy lung coronet braid that reaches around the head which is the very latest style of dressing the hair If for any reason you should not be pleased we will refund your money upon return of braid Reference any Bank or Banker in Madisonville Ky 2421 Miss GEORGIA Bisnoi Dealer in Millinery and Hair Goods In accordance with a new law enacted by the General Assembly and which was signed by Gov Will son Monday the death penalty will be infflicted in the future by means of electricity The new law becomes effective June isth The equipment which is to cost about 7500 will be installed in the Frankfort or Ed dy ville penitentiary the prison com mission having to decide this The death chair does away with the old method of hanging and it is claim cd to be more humane reunion Goods I I uncertainties Pointed Paragraphs All men are more or less homely usually more Its easier to stand your consci encc off than your creditors Mny a candidate has spoiled his chances by being too sanded One king in the hand is worth two a throne in a poker game The fool is still seeking position after the wise man has lound a job A headache the morning after is responsible for tawny It good reso lutionVhcn a mutt feels that hes appre coated it menus he has been overes timatcd by others Always tell the truth and the chances are that you will not mistaken for a member of your state legislature Ten long years ngo an Ohio married a rth old man with one but he is still buying his shoes by the pair be a it 1 w beth exfoot a girlY rr Easter can at arks Saturday afternoon Special orders placed today can be filled in ample time Days and nights are of equal length just now Miss Bernice Roark spent a few lays in Central City with friends luring the week too locust posts for sale See Howard Kudos Farmers have been working over time this week and there have been few rural visitors in town Call on Leslie Hale next to First National Bank for candies books sundries cigars tobacco etc Mrs Alice Weir in Louisville where she is under treatment for a complication ot troubles The opera house will be lighted Saturday night Everyone who has a new outfit is hoping for a pretty day Sunday but the weather is a matter of to many If its books magazines etc get them from this oflce Little plowing had been done un til the past few days but full has been taken of the and vast amounts of fife have been rolled this week Eggs from pen of Registered Rhode Island Reds for sale at 100 per setting of 15 2t G E COUNTIKK An effort win be made soon to establish a lodge of Knights of Pythias here Mr J B Wilson of Hartford district deputy is the work and from the out look a vigorous lodge will be or ganized New type in the latest faces fresh stocks of stationery and quick serv ICC place this office in position to command your job Arthur Miles who murdered Stith in Louisville a few weeks ago is reported as insane His examin ing trial to have been held Mon day but his apparent condition was that the case was postponed Tile officials think Miles is and he is being closely Miles lived here some ago and is well known ia this sec Low Rates West via Monon Route i f3 is advantage opportunity directing printingwants was shamming lion e indifference h watched year J From March ist to April 15th colonist tickets at very low rates will be sold by the Monon Runt from Louisville to the West North west earl Southwest embracing Ari zona California Colorado Idaho Mexico Montana Nevada New Mexico Oregon Washington Wy oming and Western Canada The fare tp San Francisco will be 37 and to Portland 37 30 Full information cheerfully fur nlshed at Ionon Route City Ticket Office or by addressing E II Ba con D P A i o Body Disinterred Coroner C R nriei the body of T Rcymiils sole i to removed from the gr i Jay and subjected to examii i n vith view to ascertaining h r nse of death Reynolds died ro II j tcu monia on the 9th inst nnd i few days afterward a rumor was st rted thnt th injury was caused y an assault ut the hands of Tom Hi Jks ton also colored who is in j il on conviction of a breach of the being proven tint he to Reynolds home and started a row There was no evidence that he had assaulted Reynolds but the row night and while several persons in the neighborhood heard noise they saw nothing As usual the tale grew as it traveled and Judge Rice thought best to or the investigation Dr E R and Dr A Cornelia of the body but found no evidence of any outward injury the body being in absolutely normal condition The following jury was empanelled G W Eaves Win Powell James Smith W C Kimmcl U B Yates John Several witnesses were examined Judge Rice Coroner Lewis and County attorney Jones drawing out all testi mony possible but it was along the lines presented at the trial of Hud Huston and no assault was shown Notwithstanding this and the con dition of the body the jury could not see its way clear to retari a verdict that death was cued by pneumonia and rendered the follow ing noncommital verdict We the jury summoned to inquire and true presentment make how or in what manner T Reynolds came to his death or such other matters relating to the same find that the said T Reynolds to his death by causes unknown to the jury W C KIMMEL Foreman- It is not known what further will be taken against Huddles ton but in the minds of most people the incident is considered as closed and there is relief to think that no crime has been committed Hudles ton has borne a good reputation and is not considered desperate man Fine line of electros and stock bills quickly handled at this office Mr S F Driskill is in Owens boro this week on a business visit Misses Ina Paxton and Mable Paxton spent several days in Central City this week with friends Hot and cold baths day and night and Sunday until 1030 a Sam Ree Martins barber shop Spring Poem Entered by It O 31 It is spring The robins on the wing The agates in the ring The poet gins to sing Of cowslips in the valley Of the fruit cart in the alley And time honey bues first rally And his sting O poet sing Of the fish on the string c 1 i nt occurredat ost made th Raise action mat I I vii pace w diligently cam Give Miss Lena Arnold your laundry she represents Metcalfe Hopkinsville one of tire best plants in this state Mr J F Green is erecting a concrete addition to lets building Main street occupied by Longs bakery to accommodate the rapidly increasing trade of this enterprising John the king wat ermelon raiser of the county who has been confined to his home the past week suffering from an attacks of the grippe is able to be up and about again The J L Roark Estate has just located the third copy of Lonz Powers a book from the pen ot James Weir that was published in 1850 The volume deals with men and affairs of this section at that tune and created mu h interest at the time of publication a great many copies of the book having been distributed hereabouts Now there are practically none of the books in this section and they art hard to find anywhere Judge Pace will have the last copy secured the other two going to Otto A Rothert of Louisville and to Orien L Roark of this place Ribbons in stork for all type writers in use at TILE RECORD office firm r U u 11 Malone Remedies are Needed Were we perfect which we are not medicines would not often be needed But since our systems have be through countless generations remcdis ere needed to aid Nature In correcting our inherited and otherwise acquired weaknesses To reach the scat of stomach weakness and consequent digestive troubles there is nothing so good as Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discov t hf r throughindiscretions cry a glycerie compound extracted from native Weak Stomach Biliousness Liver Complaint Pain in the Stomach after eating Heartburn Bad Breath Belching of food Chronic Diarrhea and other Intestinal Derangements the Discovery is a timeproven and most iciest remedy medicinal rootssold over years with great satisfaction to all users Forfor forty The genuine has on Its wrapper the tUlO We are prepared to execute promptly neat j ly and at reasonable all orders STOCK PRINTING x of every description Call and let us show 1 you samples Advertise your stock in th eRecord j ink M I 1 tl- g n prices t t I 1 tjf T t eO r r1 I fore Iii J CITY ORDINANCES An Ordinance amending and re ordinance entitled An Ordinance prohibiting horses and cattle from running at large in the Greenville The City Council of the City of Greenville dc ordain as follows that In ordinance entitled Ordin ujce prohibiting horses and cattle from running at large in the City of Greenville be and the same is here by repealed and in lieu thereof the following is enacted Sec i It shall be unlawful for any owner of or any person having in his possession or under his con trol any or cattle of any age r sex to permit same to run at large in the of Greenville Sec 2 Any person violating thin ordinance shall be deemed guilty 01 a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be fined for each viola tier and the permitting 01 suffering any of such animals to run at large in the City of Greenville for tJirh animal so permitted r suffetfd to be at large for eacl day it or they are so suffered to bt large be deemed a separate uf fcnsi Approved March 7 1910 J W LAM Mayor OUIKN L ROAUK Clerk We have plenty of stock cuts of all kinds and can do your bills in good shape Census takers are sure ter trouble when they ask some persons How old are you R Martin Co entertained large number of their women custo mers Tuesday when they placed on view a splendid assortment of sea sonable millinery They have the goods and their trimmer Miss Ada Franks of Rock port Ind comes recommended as an artistic and experienced operator who has had experience in several large estab lishments and is qualified to please our people A New and Interesting Book We are just in receipt of an un usually attractive circular announc ing a very unusual book The Stalk year hook fur 1910 which is now being sent out by Stark Bros Nurseries Orchards Co the famous nurserymen of Louisiana Mo The book contains 116 pages 32 of which are fourcolor process reproductions of fruit in I enactingan U Cityof horses Crt 100 hall ofat to encoun U t nature s nAn C w1 S i t You cant nffbr to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for this holic medicine OP KNOWN COMPOSITION not even though the urgent dealer may profitDrregulate and Invigorate stomach liver and bowels tiny granules easy to take as candySugarcoated I a tJjJ II p J 1fJ J I il Live Stock Men t f 4 non alco f 1 titill- 1G own most natural like tonature illustrations we have ever seen The other 84 pages are de voted to full discriplions and prices ot the various fruit trees shade trees ornamentals vice plant rcses small fruit plants etc grown by Stark Bros Any of our readers who are plan ning to plant a home orchard or to increase the beauty of their hume by planting shrubery roses or other plants this spring should by all means send for the Stark Year book for 1910 It really is a remarkable volume one you will thoroughly y looking through because of its exceeding beauty and one you will fiul very practical and helpful Stark Bns have advised us they will send this beautiful book to anyone interested on receipt of 7 cents to cover postage Address them at Louisiana Mo 1041 WANTED Second hand Small size preferred Apply this office Program Epwarth League March 27 645 p m Subject The Easter Message and its Meaning Leader Aline Head Hymn 156 Twentythird Psalm responsively Gloria Scripture lesson PrayerBible Song The Easter Story Margaiet Tay lor Leaders address What is Easter to T N BelcherQuartet The Moral Help for Us in the Truth of Christs Resurrection Mr N M Elliot Song Benediction A special of Easter music has been arranged Roarks furniture polish is some what better than the rest and is sold considerably cheaper and with the broadest back if not better than any you ever used The Olympia Club will present Tony the Convict at the opera house next Saturday and the entertainment promises to be in every respect Telephone No your laundry will be called for and delivered colorsthe 1j ot If I rounds r L I I I ms- MeMrs j program 0 guaranteemoney n A t sand T r r r enl A incubator h F1 i night v I a v wI- i ROARK Fximiture Shade Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wrapper Slippers Vaults ROARK j J t I F f 1 J 1 W llp per 1 rt t r i a a r e rave isin ec ion SUCCESS WITH FRUIT A M ntflcsnt Showing From Soil Cncs Unproductive In describing some the crops joau on a 100 e frt mil truck firm It Maryland n writer in Nation 5 iUjckiuan and Farrier regards It as j cij of the heat oxaup of SUCCOHS fl farming taut can l o fmud any vlxsre In tae country It makes a ma alflcbat showing A soil once bar ni rnd unproductive Is a veritable KUCJ Costly and hnriboice new bcllln 3 have Lci erecte About acres are uov hi strawberries Over 13009 peach trees have rcnched too ng blocks of IMiflni pIuuiB and dewberries have been established anti vegetables are shipped In Immense iuuntit2cs every Enpenvo Soil Building The soil needed buinua as yell plant fawl anl erovi were to be town en n jnior soil How could it lo 1y bising manure all the tray leant New York ana paying 275 pet tau delivered ou the siding in the center of the farm This practice Is wtlll followed by the owner and as nearly as we can estimate he will use during 1907 not lest than JOOO tons of incnnrc Cowpeas are also grown ex tcailvoly fur soil Crawir3 Strawberry Plants Tlie raoU prominent teature of this front U the strawberry plant business sera are now well covered with matte rows ready for spring Bales sad from GCOOSOO to 70HOOVO plants will be lifted from this acrearc Tha transplant is done in the fall Rutting In rows tl re and a half fret apart spacing to twentyforr Inrlie In the rows After planting eight tons of manure per acre arc dis tributed over the rows All hand hoe lag done by contract pay 20 per acre for the season For tho Musktrtoion Crop acres will bo planted tills year of Elen Own and Netted Hock Kowa live feet apart and plants j In the row from eighteen to twenty four ladies apart Before planting the drills are enriched by the use of twelve tons of stable manure per acre and 800 pounds of a fertilizer containing 0 per cent aniiona 8 i r cent pos Ithoric acid and per cent potash All cf tho ai Ii from The intmurc Is plnccJ In the furrows nay tins It Is convenient during the winter or early spring A FINE PEACH A Vigorous Grower and Bearer of Im menso Crops Here Is one of the best peaches on the entire list of Michigans choice writes K L Keasey of Michigan to Orange Judd Farmer Contrary to Its name It Is not large unless thoroughly I I f t I 1 late i C f j SIt t Is J SeC1t thc H i used I r I o c I a bourn he x year as- a its lass luiiroreclf tit lve Y eaty pate sal hate t 1 1t I ar vIa I- Y11 t t e tP- M EiGLra MAMMOTH thinned and on good soil It will nttnln a slue about that of the Early CrawforJJlie 13 n most Tlgorous grower whiz a beautiful dark green and glossy foliage The fruit his yellow flesh yel low skin with a light tinge of red on the sunny side Its quality Is unsur passed for all purposes It Is n goof shipper and best of all Is a favorite with consumers It Is an annual bear er of Immense crops and Is fast be coming the Michigan planters choice l Trimming the Peach Tree I I just open the branches as far possible to slake them spread 1 think It a mistake to trim out the center to slaughter It like a carpenter Some tunes your whole crop of buds Is dam nc except on these Inside branches these being more dormant you get your crop there If you have enough potash In your soil you will get just as goo colored fruit on those Inside branches ab outside The tree will get the weight of the fruit on the branches jind begin to bend then the sun gets It anti If you have potash and Iron coloring the fruit than the direct rays of Uie A Miller New Jersey Fruit on tho Farm If ore live ou a farm where there Is no fruit anti one has but little time to spare f r production we would rec ommend starting the first year with hut three varieties namely apples peach on anl gtawherries Considering that ccvcril years will have passed before the first crop of apples la produced an apple orchard should be started the first thnr hoe home use only ti o many vireU of npptcn should not planted It In best to confine our choice to a few of the time tested varieties end have more winter thou summer apples Iowa Homestead I ten I nt In the soil have more to with sunS Its b t I 1 I i r I air i 1 I r they do 1 t I I 2 0 l f 2 9 1 s t iadi j All t- y 4 I e ROAD WORK IN ENGLAND Mothcd of Maintaining Highways and Filling Up Soft Spots It intrnst innny to learn lirw rand maintenance Is carrhvl out III Croat Urilaln nd Ireland All roads nud bridges tie uudor the direct charge of the county surveyor who Is In nil trus a qiialUled civil engineer with assistants uidvr him to see to the detail vort lie divides the roads of the couriy Ito sections scene best to him for inaintcnanie pun ort s These sevcnil sections are mlrprtfscd locally li for nvw papera and by nth er Menus oral bills are Invited for their maintenance for his cr twelve months says Jaunts Johnston of Douglas Neb In the Breeders Jasette of Chicago Iese bids art opened on a certain day by n board of county com missioners assisted by tit county The lowest bidder the work but no bid is acceped until the successful bidder puts iV a bond signed by two solvent sureties that tu work will be performed Should thi contractor fall to do the work tha county surveyor can have It dune and sue the bondsmen for the work and costs All bidders for thi work have specifications of the work to be duce on the several sections of road How long the section Is how many tons of metal ore to be broken nail put on cleaning keeping the water tables clear and the grass off the road all these tot so that he knows exactly what he has to do The of putting on the metal Is looked after very closely Indeed The con tractor has to put all the material on the roadside The surveyor or his conies and measures It and then marks it with slaked lime so that It cannot be Interferred with It Is put on till road Farmers are always the contractors for this work The roads everywhere are always la good condition There are many soil spots over there bog ad low land with rain every day and sometimes twentyfour hours at a time but tla heaviest autos can spin along the bog roads and in the rainiest weather with no damage to the road They have no dlfllculty with the soft bottoms In Ireland They simply throw In rock and the softer the spot the bigger the rocks until they make It i hard spot and then put the small top A mistake will surely be made If bricks are thrown Into soft spots They are simply no good for the purpose Intended It Is to be hoped that the people of the United States will stop spending time anti wasting money in shovellt flirt into the sort spots hut will go work like men of business and roads NEW KIND OF ROAD MATERIAL Salt end Alkali Scalo From Boilers Used In Parts of Kansas The farmers in central Kansas as well as the people In the towns tiara been Interested In good roads for ser oral years and In Ellsworth and Its vicinity one can see almost any kind of a made road At one or two places In Ellsworli county there are short roads whero treatment his brew given similar to pavement on Douglas avenue In Ells worth Here there are two blocks that fool of the visitors to the town The treatment of this street was commenced about two or three years ago consisting of coarse and fine cinders In layers then n covering surface of salt and alkali scale The water In this country Is very hard and in all the steam boilers at the salt mills and other factories n sort of alkali forms which must be frequently anti this with the salt and alkali scale that forms In the salt pans Is used on Douglas avenue It forms a hard crust and makes a most excellent street It Is a success on the most busy thoroughfare of Ells worth and If tic supply was not so limited time farmers would use It for the rural roads and more of the streets of Ellsworth would be paved with It The salt anti alkali crust on Douglas avenue Is now about three Inches thick and this lies on three Inches of cinders and three Inches of tint cinders It snakes a pretty street In appearance bring like nn asphalt pave ment before It becomes dirty Cost cf Ciling Roads A recenty published report of the Boston park commission Is Interesting In 1000 twelve tulles of road were treated with oil to keep down the dust and the result was so satisfac tory that li the whole extent of more than forty miles was treated In this way Mr Putnam the engineer has carefully calculated the cost and he says that the annual cost of sprln kllng n thirty toot roadway was 189 a mile whereas the cost of oiling the sumo roadway thirty feet wide was 375 In addition to laying the dust the asphaltum In the oil had a binding effect on the surface of the road and very materially lessoned till cost for repairs oil Is put on In an omul in which fifteen pounds of soap dissolved In fifty gallons of water are mixed with n hundred gallons of crude oil the whole being agitated to the proper point of emulsion and then l 0 gallons of this are mixed with gal Inns of water anti sprinkled on the roads The plant has siren the ver best satisfaction In IJoston anti might be tried elsewhere with corresponding ly satisfactory results A Move For Good Roads Nearly 1000000 voters of rcnnsyl rnnla pace signed petitions asking the stale legislature to start the movement which In 1013 will give n bond Issue of PTiOOOOOOO for hooding good roads i The sum of 5000000 will be asked for to begin Immediate work nut tS count matter o hat I tl coarse tOO stmt 40 i I tt 2 r surveyor gets t spec llled assistant until stu Ton four fUhs removed The fl r V2 NATURE Tho r rnt nii s hero rotirn tael- rt4 ir ii If a atiim Nature meat UM of 1 inklnd Vo- u ivKk t Miitor fur all our ni tSs Ju nv IKC a pancsw war the sur a vf tao i iiC6o and rrmy u vore tef ourd would heal mars ail rata txaUsr snvr if lft to iliey wad d l wounds with a tor u l ivn L ilcd ud thus fttrilizl a 1riHiaRtil t wounds wilh ilari Ptten iio i drugs or rnsr tL vvrtts xl f r lirst all to MO i i 1 F iu lioclj rriod In tao jb3 i f 3 cTt c t CfiJ men treated in a nav 1 I wounds li H furi f clvervr natures liwi ihrt uc f t rer car into t r mother lmn Impure 1 ool cnl a rundown tru OnriTm K Ir l trres laboratory Ii to fragrant wood an i niv AWTOI l cf vhkh trcaUJ vrlll sup i lv n Iiciltjivi tjrc- ny y tu r i Syrlclrt vo 1 ra pxtoiu 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for you We have factory con nections with makers of the finest goods in the country and through Our Special Order Department can supply any exclu sive articles at less prices than city stores or mail order houses Our Picture and Room Moldingstocks are always complete Wallpaper is now a staple article of being used all the year round And we always have full selections prices 5 cents and up per roll Our Engraving Machine is the only one in this part of Kentucky and we are exclusively prepared to supply individual Name Plates which we furnish on all outfits without extra cost Undertaking and Embalming Coffins in White Enamel and 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 Suits Dresses Slippers etc in large variety Our two licensed Embalmers respond at once to calls for such services general equipment is complete and of highest grade We have a Funeral Car in service sub ject to call anywhere Private LongDistance Tele phones Day Store No 72 Night Home No 108 Residence 150 yards from store Prompt service any hour day or night The J L ROARK ESTATE ROARK Manager iRllurlt6 tugrabiug lOur ORIEN L ware- rooms merchandise o I9labiXg Two brightens and preserves everything about the home is no old or dingy looking furniture or woodwork in homes where Liquid Veneer is used all is clean wholesome sane taryLiquid Veneer can be applied by anybody anywhere at any time and there is no muss to clean up after ward There are no cans no pots no brushes There arc no sticky hands or surfaces Simply moisten a of cheese and wipe off the surfaces as you would do dusting Just try Liquid Veneer and see how sweet and clean it will make everything 4oz bottlo 2So 12oz bottlo SOc w H mimm co U SOLD OY r SiV LcvniaU 1 clrtfi l V c min v 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Drawing Room Sleepers E H BACON D P A N W Cor 4th and Market Sts LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK CLIPPERIS THEATRICAL 4 SHOW PAPER IN THE WORLDS 400 Per Year Single Copy I ISSUED WEEKLY SAMPLE COPY FREE FRANK QUEEN PUB CO Ltd CIs Dining O UUEKTJ RORIU lUJUQIUL IfllLISIIEUS W2iru Yoaz47 Sr13w H Have You Been Stuck on a Wallpaper deal The man who buys without looking around is liable to be held up sharply as above It is no good to grieve over wasted dollars as this fellow is doing after being doneCome in to see us time before you buy We may not sell you but well show you wallpaper values and enable you to save money wher ever you may purchase THE J L ROARK ESTATE Jf urniturc TXlnlliiapcr ClnDcrtahcro GREENVILLE KY TilE RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED Monon Route Announces New Schedule of Fares One Way and Round Trip The Motion Route announces that it will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago at 6 one way instead of S as formerly 12 round trip good thirty days returning instead of 16 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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 5 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 window of the firm for some days and its beauty and the perfect work it docs have been admired by hundreds of people Articles of every character can be engraved in much better manner than usual done by hand This machine adds to the most complete undertaking establishment in 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 and disinfection To provide the best in every branch is the con stout study of the anagement 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 in view other features will be added from time to time as they appear The Francis is fitted with all attachments for engraving articles of any character and the mechanical perfection of the machine appeals to all The public is given special invitation to call at any time and see the machine iad1iur equipment a t y a S 3 t 1t I 4 Y a4