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II Id Record Costs Nothing L It pays for itself The investment is r r V ver rein 1 sure of returns Get our rates 11 FOR t A Little Good Paint in Time Saves When your buildings need painting every delay costs you money sun rain snow and frost are in work Lumber costs too much to let it decay for want of a little paint It costs less to use good than to go with out it We use nothing but good paint on our work CARTERStrictly Pure WHITE LEAD Pure Linseed Oil Puro Turpentine and the most expensive colors The kind cf paint we use never creeks or tales wear will remove it Let figure with you when ready to paint We a firsUclass and durbl job prices reasonable Dont put it off J H HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 GO YEARS EXPERIENCE i I I UA i J I j kkIAAA i tftlttCOl b White Sewing Machines in rotary and shuttles etc in for all machines Concrete Work I Contract- edI prepared to do pavement and other concrete work shall be glad tomakc estimates In pave ments limestone is used in base and surface throughout complying with city specifications in particu lar Give me an opportunity to bill oh your contracts R C MCACKKN Call Pittman Bros new Vicat shop Best of everything this line Telephone No 279 Take advantage of our clubbing titer and get the daily Courier Jour ual three months and TJiE RECOKI ono yar for only 150 I I lheedlcs stolid ROARKS TORE y s I7 I in 1 i JIIfi t vibrator and cvci A BETTER MATTRESS FOR LESS MONEY Let us prove to you that the Stearns Foster Windsor grade Mattress is superior tq any 1500 mattress advertised in the magazines You dont have to buy Well show you the inside an important side to know of the very mattress you buy A i on faith Very Serious It is a very serious to ask for one medicine and have the wrcng one given you For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine L THEDFORDS Liver Medicine The rcpntstioi of tbs cd reis ble medicine for ccniipctlca in digestion rut Tver trouMe is firm ly It doc net iTiitetc ether medicines It is belter th n others cr it would riot be the vorite liver powder with 2 Icrjjcr cslc tan ell others combined SOLD Of TOWN 2 Horse and stock hills y printed at this rftire FACTORY PRICES GLOBE BUGGJCS AND HARNESS ttcr Sjf 6t 8 I c f arc prompt AT 0 tn r i i NO 270 c Milp al1 vehicles Direct from cur celery C Consumer MtUjcvl to It 13 greater t importance to the fjoln Hnrncwi Co lo have every one vlio cKnU us n j l rse l c l Satlsfieil Customer Not JTnt to m Uc each shipment i uih excellent value t at il s vlc vehicle that H will be a Laxiini mid liriiif u many orders in rtiurn If c you nn honestly ir lo v ti l at n price less the ItrCt ou v 1 cur ports in IK Kihor iiinrnnlrc isnl liit Iv is d t itwould be l n kal r If AMM Hre trot HN r your money is returned to you ou Voimmuf rtnro honest Vehicles nnil IirnrsR tivumir IuMoimix rtunry Hl ore rrrmtvWrilo for our Frig lluwiy and IiHUM I IM GLOBE BUGGY HARNESS COMPANY OUENSBORO KENTUCKY Cures Colds in any dart of body liillrvr AN V tn iin hour if y i P Win tv ullHr inoili im Gila will li ini Z ITibite ilzu by mall Me Frwliwla K Y 01 lOll S i trial cf tlC i ill j f dart mfllt1 sc b bun ur o r t sos resented lake fill risk e 1 n lnn Taken Urll mullaaIlIII P I ttt fftallrI1 rbolero i r r TWO INOHE scat with quad y ntat ale n t rc of i m c r l r ers oa oiie this Ix lur rtlRUre 11e1Rfa limit lmup etc otulJnnHSOH Y n d 7 THE KiNG I County I is rich in coal iron timber potters and the most inviting field in Kenjjc for investment ofcapital and pluck S a r H g3S i8 igrKi5figsr vr r rii1r etc zmJ S 4 y u aVial er clay tuck r VOL XII NO S GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY MARCH 31 1910 oOc PER YEAR IN ADVANCE THE AID SOCIETY Margaret Brook Vve put n tluo utlUIlIuU to the Rooil oU church at home Its Just the hitcht kilter with a goiters uuil It otititH n thousand iteoplo fluofetclntrch In nil the town and when twiis ileillontod why we planked tell thousand down I That la we pnld the thyuuand every deacon did Aiul the tattles Aid Society It promised nil the rest were gut an organ In the vhnrch very truest in the land Its pot a thonnand pipes or melody- IstRrnmlt And when on cuMhtoncd and hear to realms of bllns mummbcrnli- nllcK It cost n three thowaand Its ritual the html out tent Well pay a thousand on It the Ladles Alit the ro t Theyll give a hundred Mwlubloa cantatas too and tons bake n thqunand angel cakes and toun of cream theyll freeze Theyll beg and wrape old toll work for wren years or dud then theyll nit oer again carpet for the flour No It Isnt Just like digging out the money from your vet When the Ladies Aid get busy and Well tiny the rust Of course were proud of our big church from pulpit up to pl e It In the darling of our eyes the crown of our desire Hutwhen I the liters work to raise the ca8l that lacks 1 Miinctlmes fet I the church IH built on womens tired backs I MWietlwes cant help thinking when we reach time regions blest The men will get the toll and work nnd the Ladles did time rest Natures Medicine Factory Within the past few years a new method of treatment of infectious diseases has been developed which promises to be of great utility It is as yet only in the tentative stage but when further study and exper ience have brought out all its pos sibilities and have cleared up some of the puzzing problems presents and removed the difficult ies of its application it promises to fufnisffrthe physician with a in his warfare against disease It is what is called the opsSnic or vaccine method of treat ar Instliis method there is no resort to drugs or to antitoxin but the pa tient is as it were his own medi cine factory It is the method by which nature unaided seeks to heal and frequently succeeds Jn the struggle against infection which goes on in the body a large part is taken by the white blood corpuscles and certain other cells the province of which is to attack the bacteria and destroy them If a drop of blood is withdrawn and ex amined under the microscope the white corpuscles will be found with bacteria within them which they are dissolving by a process of digestion in favorable cases the process goes on uninterruptedly and if the bac are not too numerous they are radually destroyed and the patient recovers Sometimes however the white corpuscles refuse to eat up the bac teria They do not seem to find them appetizing and the germs then go on multiplying and pouring out their poison into the blood and the patient is in for a severe and fatal illness The bacteria them selves are appetizing to the white corpuscles but when they are very virulent or in too great numbers the poison they excrete renders them unattractive Now if the unattractive features can be suppressed the white cor puscles will be stimulated to renew ed attack This is brought about by taking some of the bacteria from the patients secretions and cultivat ing them outside the body until a great obtained They are then killed by heat and injected into the patient Being dead they do no harm but the chemical substance whatever it is called at tracts the white corpuscles is still present and active and present in such large amount that it renders appetizing not only the dead bacter ia injected but also the live ones which are doing the harm In certain diseases the bacteria are much alike so that a so called stock vaccine has been prepared by the drug manufacturers But it is found that the bacteria in each have usually certain characteristics peculiar to themselves so that the opsonin prepared from the patients own secretions usually more ficacious a a LADIES d dome It his bet tore t tleuuuter It If t wore r I R i r 1 i a 1 J J J which its powers i pon j metit ted N iJ 0 rT 1 1 numbermanymillionsis Isit opsoninwhich t ol u to f I IS e I e Y M e Its r fib tilt pea p play cnrt cr ust i cowl acid a 4 b i R rhea ll i acid start f r zt i bays l f sec t a Ae T y ki rl i possibly Eli b R 1 t e l t I d Rt rt a r One of the most remarkable of the New York Public Library now slowly nearing cOin pletion will be the huge stack room 90 feet wide 300 feet long and 60 feet in height containing seven tiers of stacks The metal work of the stacks alone weighs about 3000 tons and recently in estimating for the contract it was found that merely to pass once through the multitudious nests of stacks it would be necessary to cover seven miles of distance Until a few years ago all public coal lands were valued uniformly at rate of 20 an acre ac cording if they lie less or more than 15 miles from a railroad Since July 1906 the government has been appraising its coal land according to the value fixed for the government coal land based on the new is 1491772443 the value fixed for these same coal lands be fore the new classification was adopted was 48240971 to these figures it is evident therefore that if these lands had been sold at the prices prevailing before July 1906 they would have brought the government about 100 000000 less than their value at the prices now fixed Pointed Paragraphs- He who knows a woman has solved great mystery And money is also the root of many a family tree A good start has all the of a bad finish Nothing jolts a womans sweet trusting disposition like marriage When a young man flatters a girl decides later that he really meant it The kiss of a homely girl may be than that of a pretty one to a blind man Many a time heirs need tie estate take a lawyer to settle Many a man who expects to go to heaven pays out a lot of good money for fire insurance Its always safe to reserve your congratulations until the pair have been married at least a year When a girl gets her first letter from a man she keeps the envelope stuck in her mirror frame for six monthsSomehow the people who do as they please seem to get along just as well as those who are always to please others 1IUSINKSS LOCALS Give your job printing orders to TIE RECORD For firstclass livery service in including closed carriages call on Barbour Head Get a set of pneumatic rubber tops for your typewriter keys Greatest aid to operation of any machine Roark has them and you are asked to call for a look Pittman Bros new meat shop near the Baptist church is ready for business Give them your orders Wallpaper prices at Roarks are lower than anywhere and the selec tions are very complete now Miss Lena Arnold would the favor of your laundry work and she represents the best plant in this territory Bear in mind that Roark has splendid selections of wallpaper in stock ready for deliv ery and sample books of the finest papers made which can be procured on short notice after selection KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery features or 10 regulation requirements who really ch nce hire I it p appreciate 1I According trying OUGHS OLDS + PBICE 500 Trial Bottle Free I1CXit II AND All TORDIT AND LUNGTIIDUBLES GtrAJtAllrZJD f3ATIBFACTOD- ros Yow y BEFIINDED rs1zl S t DR J W BARLOW Crowu and Bridge Work lOUt at reasonable prices Otllce up stairs In the Joaro Building OrcouvUlo Ky DR T J SLATON FMtyMlclan and fcitirneon Office Maincross street near Main st ea It CAM HOWARD II GRAY HOWARD 6RAY LAWYERSOffice In Greta Bnlldlaf Hotel DR LOUELLA HELTSLEY OSTEOPATH Office at Home East Maincross Street Telephone No 78 Z O KING Notary Public and Li censed Auctioneer CENTRAL CITY KY Sales Made Anywhere in County Terms ReasonaKz Box 93 Phone 78 I DENTIST I u opposite r IIACt tallcade STEARNS FOSTER MATTRESS a TRADE MARKS DeSIGNS COPYRIGHTS c Anyone ncnilliu n nketrh mid description Illicitly our opinion nn Is nimtinlrA tlnnmtriellrrnnnitPiittnl HAJinBOOK lent free ecuriujr patent 1utciitfl taken through JIuui Co rccclfi notice Scientific Hmerican A llhn trnled weeklY IJirccst dr dilation of any rrlontlUo lniriml Jorins W a four nowmlcnlcrs Branch once 25 F BU Wasblugton C I mil ruhtl tho I C II D I tat Iatrnta without cbnreo In oar bout 361Broadway New or e Y WINDSOR GRADE O ha- M 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 L ROARK Estatelhe J DR1 KINGS i NEW DISCOVERY i FOR COUGHS AND COLDS AND AlL THROAT AND lUNG DISEASES PREVENTS PNEUMONIA AND CONSUMPTION i I Two years ago a severe cold settled on my lungs and so completely prostrated me that I was unable to work and scarcely able to stand I then was adviaed to ty Dr Kings Discovery and after using one bottle I went back to work as well as I ever was Vt J ATKIPIS Springs Tenn t r PRICE o0c AND 100 I SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY All Druggists o i t New r Banner g Steel Web Picket Fence Cheaper Than Wood The lowest priced good catalog of lawn field hog and poultry fencing FENCE CO DeKalb Kansas City Mo garden DE KALE ill Greenville Hardware GROCERY CO A D You can use Roarks furniture polish without cost if it is not satis f ictory in every way as it is sold under positive guarantee and no questions asked kYou to take for ycur femalo i troubles because we are sure it f will help Remember that j tha great iomab remdy 1 ri 4 iW Card ou S 3cl s ViNE 1jf 0HmWligk 2 lias brought iilei to thousands of jher women so why not to b For headache backache j i3i pains fcmab weak j many have said it Is best medicine to take Try It 1 gold in This City F3 J Wallpaper at 5 cents per roll and up in combinations of sidewalls burlier and ceiling at Roarks sic tJJ t periodical tress theI o fio fairy KURSEt wCGSI Feather Tallow Beef ynuf Qipycng Golden Scall Yellow Root Mnr Apple wild Ciner etc We tie dealers citaUiiKrd in 1856 Over half a century in agents at ccmnusaoQ merchants Reference Bank in Louisville Write weekly price list and thipring HS Saisol Sons 229 E Market St I KY 1 LO1 can do better for you than any for idle arl tag Orion L Rourk buys sells rents repairs typewriters curries supplies of nil kinds and solicits trade in any bra tic h i 1Ir 1 t I tiit 50 Per Cent Better r I have used less than one bottle of Cardui writes Mrs Gertrude Ward of Rushville Neb and am feeling fifty per cent better than when I began taking it JBefore taking Cardui I had suffered with female Sf trouble for eight yens My greatest trouble was irregu larity I also suffered with severe pains every but now I am greatly improved and will recommend Car dul to all my suffering friends The Tonic The rare medicinal herbs of Cardui are imported by the manufacturers direct from Europe and are not to be found in other medicine These ingredients are what give Cardui its superiority as a female medicine and tonic over any other medicine s For over 50 years Cardui has been the favorite worn ans medicine The ladies like it because it is so easy to take so gentle so safe so reliable in its results and 1 have faith in its curative tonic powers because of the thousands of other ladies it has helped Try it today Write to Ladies Advisory Dept Chaltanoora Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn 3 for Special Instructions and 64pagc book nome Treatment f r Women sent tree 9 TiiD highest medical authority on foods Sir James Crichton Browne FRS of London gives the best reasons for eating more If Take C RDUI 1 J 48 4T 1 oman s r t to I LL Quaker Oats months i tA r a D i s In an article published in the grout medical authority on foods says about brain and muscle buiding 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 Me 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 I September t j I CURESOF duces a bigboned welldevel oped mentally energetic race His experiments prove that such as Quaker i Oats not only furnishes the best i food for the human being but eating it strengthens and en larges the thyroid gland is intimately connected with the nourishing 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 sat Quaker Oats because it is the best of all oat meals I goodoatmeal glandthis I 1 processes Officers W A Wickliffe President C E Martin Vice Presi dent John T Reynolds Jr Cashier Ed S Wood Assistant I Cashier DirectorsW A Wickliffe E J Puryear R T Martin J T Reynolds Jr Ed S Wood C E Martin Geo W Martin Subscribe for The Record Only 5T ltaO Soc4 5recnv lc Y cntucku r w r I n fS wOo IL g I A tt PIfSS M nrvrrap lurk t utlrut NetVshflplrd- It4ltllln rln tt AT nT RioePr iit owi UlUCN L ItOAXKSecrttary I L EDITOR Telephone No 72 Ottttto in now aunrx store Krounil door 50 CENTS PK YEAR IK ADVANCE TBRMiS The subscription of the paper Is pnrn m wlvnmv the Unit has expired to wlili It IH pnUl the iK will vt stopped Oanla of tlmnUH oWtuiiry notion etc If not Iniitfor Uinu ton lines will lie pnl HKh l free A s per line will be mrult for succeed flip HnuH No variation of this rule to Krre Mituple coptOH will lie iimttuil l e Inscrtid A rate card will be furnished on rtsqUi t I make ctrl re mittances payable to Usro D IltKSS tJriunvtUo Ky THURSDAY HARCii 31 1910 Entered at the araorvHle Kypo tofUce R matter PROIIAIIIY some of the Pittsburg councilmen are mad because it has come out that they got only 50 for their votes SOMK gentlemen would gladly pay more than that proposed 10000 stay retired WK have not such an overstock of presidents and mnjorgcnerals that we can afford to let them take chances with refractory automobiles A CHIBURATKU oculist says that people seldom see things as they arc Particularly is this true when they look at get rich quick schemes LOUISIANA is booming rice as s substitute for meat without giving terenpticon pictures of China as ti after taking argument A IAWYKK in I Francisco was pod 100 a pound fur his brief We have heard of weighing the vKuiiO but this is the first case of weigiaiit the fee MR KOOSKVKIT will have to de cltne about 99 percent of its can invitations as he wants to get home before the presidential election IT must have been more annoying for the sugar trust to disgorge 4 000000 in real money than for the oil trust to be fined which it never paid A 25000000 drug trust has been formed to fight the cutrate drug store trust While the two are eat ing each other up the people should be able to get their quinine cheap A PULLMAN car porter was brought into a New York police magistrates court last week charged with the speed limit in an automobile Whose chauffeur are you the magistrate asked Nobodys snid the porter the car is mine Of almost as recent occurrence was the trial of a divorce suit brought against a taxicab chauffeur in New York by his wife who testified that her husband made in the of too a week the most of it from tips In another case th wife of a porter asking for alimony said her husband came in for gratui ties to about that amount every week This is all very well There 16 no objection to the porter having the car and it is a pleasant thing to contemplate a man and a brother in the act of earning too a week but it might be just as advantageous to all these little brothers of the rich if they didnt advertise it before the eyes of those who contribute VB cannot quite understand the disappearing hat which the New brought back from Europe though we have carefully studied the printed descriptions However the bringing out of a crea lion of this sort for theatergoers indicates that the possibilities of the milliners art by no means have been exhausted For some years the strife was all in the direction of greater ugliness The final word having been spoken In that line we now turn our faces toward utility The disappearing hat is the first sug gestion but doubtless it will be followed by others A tall hat with windows in the sides would fill a want particularly if the windows were of magnifying glass so that the roan behind could see the show on the though opera glasses But this one suggeston merely seuves to the promising nature of the field which remains to be ex pluited THE RECORD Soc per year 0 Jr I O rear tlr lc anyone c c c II I 1 I ne 1 29240000 A exceeding U If neighborhood S Yorkwoman II stage as inllte v rttr RoAi Long Ulstance price per off Ado rtlreatant will Address till nulIl l ssi second olat e r toper lurid p 4r 4 i r f w t r tr rte r 4 t ybr y I b i lu33arb fBnll War III Hnb Some of Us nrronnb ngs By OTTO A ROTHERT I 1 IO- rrOUL lliAirEIt ilO mlIII i t lIL1119ti IN TIiiC NlUR CHAPTER I IN A year Ago I thl the readers rite RECORD about n trip Taylor and I took to some of the Cliffs of Clify That chat was dm fined to Saltpeter Cave Wild Hollow and other their immediate vlihilty Reccitly a i party isited Buzzard Ball Yard wlLh is one the great bluffs overlooking the same Cljfty creek and vaVy but located some two miles below Wild Cat Hollow Buzzard Ball Yard is in northern j Todd county four miles from the Muhlenberg line and a few miles in a northerly direction from the town j of Clifty or Lickskillet as it is sometimes called I presume no locality in Todd Muhlenberg is talked about and at the same time visited less than this grand clift It is a place to which nearly and woman in southern Muhlcnberg has at one time or other planned to go but to which few have ever gone Only those who have been there re alize what wonderful scenery we have at our very doors The pea pie who have once seen the view from the top of Buzzard Hall Yard ilwjiys g there again or at least earnestly desire to do no Like nearly all others who have Deco to the puce 1 too been destine to pHn and talk for years bout going before I actually went At b t my chance carne fui consisted of Henry Mitchell better known as Penny Ah in Gabriel Aiders arch inv self all from Jnylots Hill We drove to Cull where we were joined by James A and Horace Groves vno live in that town and who were our hosts and guides From Clifty we continued our drive to Log clap which is one of the few trails in the neighborhood leading from the level of the country down int j the narrow valley of Clifty Creek Tying our horses to some trees near the west rim of the canon and not far from the head of this old trail we descended the rocky path and then proceeded down the cliff bound valley to Buzzard Ball Yard On the west side of the big the narrow trail or bridle path winds down to the foot of the cliff where the valley is about 200 yards wide The opposite or cast end the trail was widened years ago and made a wagon way Many logs have been hauled over that part of Log Gnp but it is now used prin cipally by the farmers who raise crops in the bottom The name Log Gap is derived from the fact that about half way up this narrow road a fill in of logs was placed in a hillside gully in order that this dangerous place could be crossed more easily Peo pIe wishing to enter the valley with a wagon and team may do so at the east end they must go afoot or horseback over the narrower part of the trail This western rower part is frequently called the Sam Gap in honor of Sam McGehee The Log Gap was much traveled in olden times especially by the men on the cast side who had their grinding done in Bivinsville now the town of Clifty The west end of this passage is at present almost abandoned and is becoming unsafe Some twelve years ago W T Kirkman better known as Old Squire Tal was leading his horse up this ball when in turning a curve the animal slipped and fell off a precipice 75 feet high The Old Squire so the story is told back down the path for the sole purpose of removing his saddle and bridle and toting then home for he had every reason to believe the nag was a goner Hut when he reached the bottom of the elm great was his surprise to find his horse standing on all fours and not a hair missing Both man and horse quietly resumed their march up the path as though nothing un usual had happened and landed safely at the end of the trail as they had done many a time before and as they have often done since In the valley not far from this narrow trail and near the Old Sam or Gum Spring Is Booger Rock It is one of the so called rock houses that is a solid rock in an isolated position and re of Tom I Cat hullo iu t ftS more everyman It hall arty It I I hollow I of tt andnar slowlywalked I tt If tt I I tt tt Il 1t r I c or- t general standing r I I I i Tim BOTTOM sembling n house about as touch as u brickbat does a quart bottle Booger Rock is a triangular mass some 40 feet high which evidently I fell front one of the cliffs ages ago and then rolled to where it ion stands wear the creek cued about one hundred from the bluff To us it looked as lonely as a coun try church on a week day Many people declare that altho this rock seems dead during the day a pe culiar noise can often be heart around it at night The only signs of bongers we saw were a few coon and possum tracks Had we wandered past this haunted place about midnight while a screech owl was perched on Its top we too might have something to tell about the hants that hant Booger Rock A little further down the valley is Dripping Rock another rock house It is a somewhat cylindrical mass of sandstone 60 feet high and about the same width Its strata arc tilted or inclined At rn angle of about 45 degrees and its base is pressed against the foot of u high cliff While we were walking toward Dripping Rock our guides in formed us that tradition says water has been dripping from its sods ev er since Moses smote the rock Iud that ulien they SAW it last a few years alto It was still doing so We expected in find water trickling from it like sip irrin a tapped sugar tree in early spring But we were disappointed After listening and looking around the rock for about ten minutes AC were forced to the conclusion that Dripping Rock is now as dry as a powder horn discovered several small circular holes around its base which erv edidently funned some time ago by trickling streams but we found no fresh marks to indicate any dripping We therefore inferred that this rock hail gone dry about the same time Todd county went James and Horace told us that further up the hollow were other rocks well known on account of their dripping qualities and were called Sweating Stones Thy had passed some of these only a few before and noticed that the stones were still sweating big drops of water These rocks will likely continue to sweat until for it is an old saying that their sweating is symbolic of what men must do on these hills and flats to make both ends meet We continued our walk down the hollow but halted at many places Most of the timber below Lot Gap been cut On many acres where forests once stood we found corn and tobacco fields The soil in this is very fertile but unfortunately it is a cliff bound and almost narrow strip of land The average width of the hollow from Log Gap down to Buzzard Ball Yard is a little over 300 yards We passed an old saw mill site crossed a bridge built over Clifty Creek peeped into a cabin and also found what seemed to be the remains of a fox hunters camp In the meantime we saw not only high clifls to the right and high to the left but since the valley is a winding one we saw high cliffs all around us Each seemed grander than the other until at last we be held the famous Buzzard Ball Yard the grandest of them all This Gibraltar is indeed an inspir ing sight Our first view of it was from near the banks of Clifl y Creek Buzzard Ball Yard is El Capitan of this valley ihe Yoscmiic of western Kentucky Ii stands out boldly nod majestically from one of the chains of bluffs that help form the deep rockwalled valley The exposed base of the precipice is not on level with tic creek but rests on t pedestal or hill some too feet height which slants gradually toward the stream As seen from below the bluff of Buzzard Bull Yatd looks like the side of a gigantic cylinder fringed with vegetation Its naked pro jetting surface of solid sandstone has the appearance of being framed by the timber growing at its bust aril the plants clinging to the on either side The whole mass ol bare rock is seemingly crowned I I It I It If U It e recta t Doomsday U has alley inaccessible temporary cli It in bill b r 0 fo e I yards 11 dry dais ffs n ARE YOU RAISING ANY SHEEP I few to I oIJ A ords tneIriuer ft you are bear in mind that we are the strong est wool buyers in Southwestern Kentucky We have your wccl sold at the highest price and J that enables us to give you high prices for your wool when you have your sheep sheared bring the clip to us and receive honest weights and spat cash successors H E Eaves in the feed business and vc arc selling feed and at Iqwest prices We still pay the highest prices for Hides Furs Ginseng Scrap Iron and Grain Telephone No 276 E A L COI1 Roark Bldg next door to Males J JO Yfcare to fieldseeds the trees in the background stand ing on a higher hill that slopes down to the top of the lock After we had taken our first look at the famous bluff an expression ot agreeable surprise was heard front each of us for altho the view was grand it was not sufficiently majes tic to knock a man speechless Gabe remarked Well Ill de clue Its surfc as pretty as a picture Wouldnt it show up fine on a postal card Henry said Gee whiz And only ten miles from A Ls Whod a thought it lint for some reason or other it dont look just exactly like allowed it would Alvin commented that the hills along Hurricane in Perry over in Indiana cant hold a candle to this for this sight has got everything I ever saw skinned a block U U tc J I chimed in bv adding Its a far grander sight than I expect d to sec But compared to Wild Cat Hollow I must confess I think the Wild Cat gorge beats it when it conies to wild and rugged scenery Jim and Horace told us they had often at this bluff and al tho it never changed it neverthe less seemed more beautiful to them every time they saw it How on earth will we ever climb that towering mass of millstone grit was the question we now asked To four of us it seemed an impossible feat When our guides informed us that they would carry us to the top we threw ourselves on their hands And behold we were carried to the top each on BK CONTINUED u gazed U U ITO lS A r Etta- t Jf r i f 1rL 1Ytx t 4t JiAlNI o 0t STOttll ue GOOD 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 rum fast when neglected but last indefinitely when properly painted To insure the greatest dun bility 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 ATo matter what the surface to be painted enameled stained of varnished thetas an Acme Kind to fit the purpotf GREENVILLE MILLING CO 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pole eub blow his dose Give us your job work 10 for correspondence I Eggs are a drug on the market sure 15c a dozen Dog poisoners after a rest of a few weeks have been at work again See the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Rourks Easter services at the churches last Sunday were well attended Mr Iawrence Yonts of Hopkins ville was here on a legal visit Mon day Give Pittman Bros your meat orders New shop best service a Mr A Y Martin of Paducah was here Saturday and Sunday with his parents Look out tomorrow It is all fools day and you may be trapped by some joker Telephone No 5 and your laundry will be called for and delivered The time is at hand to clean the yard and lawn make tlie flower beds and trim the shrubbery Mrs Kate Withers of Earlington was an attendant at the burial of Mr Sam Arnold Fine of electros and stock bills quickly handled at this office Mr J A Jonson came over from Madisonville Sunday spending a few hours with his home folks T The barefoot boy has appeared m fact several appeared almost simultaneously a few days ago Dr Bray has a new electric dental engine and is prepared to do better work with less pain than ever 2t Mr W G and wife who have been at many points m Florida for several weeks are expected home today The many friends of Mr James Durham are glad to sec him about again and hope he will be entirely restored to health and activity High Cltss Vaudeville special ties between acts in A Wyoming Girl Co at Opera House on April 5th As warm weather approaches there is a demand for extensions to the lines many sections de siring this great convenience Mr and Mrs W A Wickliffe will arrive today after a visit of six weeks in vuious Florida resorts where they have had a pleasant time and gained much in health Iii I t2 xIr 11 f C oea 1tot f rid enoughonly funeraland r before m31 put LIS put Nat r i 4 t dine t Duncan Y i twitter i4 t t of 10 for correspondents i There will be a regular session of the city council Monday night Mr J L Rogers was in Louis ville on business the latter part of the week Best meats of all kinds at Pittman Bros new meat shop Telephone No 279 Miss Laura Pittman has returned from a visit of some weeks to in Mississippi You have to hurry to with the hustle advancement and development of Greenville WANTED Secondhand incuba tor Small size preferred Apply this office Mrs Frank Colville and children McMinnville lean will arrive today on a visit to Mrs Beltie Laves and other relatives and friends Mrs George Eaves and daughter returned last Friday from a winter stay in Florida at Orlando with Mrs Minnie Allison and Miss Mary Lou Eaves The Wyoming Girl Co their own special scenery Dont fail to see it atthe Opera House April 5th There was the largest crowd court Monday that has been seen for a great many months and it was shopping crowd too all merch ants getting a good share of trade Mr M L Prowse has sold his residence on North Main street to F H Lewis and will move with IllS family to Montana joining his son Mr William Prowse and family Hot and cold baths day and night and Sunday until 1030 a m at Sam Ree Martins barber shop Mr Otto A Rother of an appreciated contributor to the columns of TUB RECOUP has the first chapter of Buzzards Ball Yard in this issue and it will be appreciated by the bulk of our The warmest Easter day ever seen and the earliest on the years occurred Sunday One man who claims to have seen a hundred declares that he never saw it jS23 For firstclass livery service including closed carriages call on Barbour Head This year up to the present has broken all records it is said in the number of deaths of elderly persons Press reports from everywhere indi cate an extraordinarily heavy among the aged Uncertainty over the agreement of a wage scale has made work fine in all the mines for weeks as large users have been storing coal and a scarcity of cars has been the only thing that prevented record breaking output Call on Leslie Hale next to First National Bank for candies books sundries cigars tobacco etc f3 Tony the convict at the opera house last Saturday night presented by talent from Vine Grove and vicinity was not a very drawing attraction and the members of the company were compelled to draw on their financial back home They missed being stranded here by a narrow margin and have promised to reform 5 relatives keepup u carryall hereto r Louisville u readers calendar mortality man reselve to get I If t et 6 swarm I Mr Samuel Marshall Arnold Dies Greenville lost one of its oldest citizens Sunday night when at 730 oclock Mr Samuel M Arnold died at his home on Main street after an illness of just a we ek a sufferer from ailments incident to his age he in his Soth year Few men Muhlcnbcrg were bettor known than the deceased and he had a wide circle of friends He had lived here for about 40 years and during his period of activity WitS n prominent factor in commercial circles He was a member of the Methodist church and his funeral was con ducted by Rev Lewis at the home at 10 oclock Tmisdiy morning in terment following in Evergreen a large number of relatives and friends attending both services His wife and five children Mr Ed ward Arnold of Louisville Miss Lena Arnold Mr Marshall Arnold and Mrs Frank Lovell of this place and Mrs L E Littlepage of Maclis onvillc survive In their sorrow they are joined by a wide circle of relatives and friends Gone From Earth to leaven Annie Campbell Harbin age 17 years 6 months and S days left us to join the angels on March 24 1910 the home of her foster parents Mr and Mrs J S Harbin At the age of fifteen months on account of a prolonged illness of her mother she was taken to their home and has since made that her home and them her parents As a child her life was one of good deeds and love Her friends were numbered by every one she came in contact with When she arrived to the years of it seemed that almost her first desire was to give her heart and life to God and she was very soon converted She was unusually and had great faith in our Heavenly Father A life too pure for this world just blooming into womanhood one we felt we needed to cheer our desolate path has gone to Him who said I go to prepare a place for you Let us prepare to meet our God and little Annie with our lives washed pure with the blood of ChristFuneral services were conducted at the Baptist church by Rev honey and interment took place in Evergreen cemetery MRS CIIAS BAKER Mr John Woods a well known farmer died at his home near HUeys schoolhousc Monday morning from the effects of a partial paralysis from which he had suffered for two years Deceased is survived by his wife and five children In terment was in the cemetery at East Union Tuesday afternoon and was largely attended Many friends in that section of the county mourn the loss of a good citizen Chits J OMalley editor of the Catholic World of Chicago died in that city lastlriday from a stroke of paralysis without warning Mr OMalley was 47 years of age and was born in Union county this state He was well known here where he frequently visited Gen Don Carlos Buell at his home at Airdrie and was with the general death accompanying the remains to St Louis for burial Many per sonal friends here join a wider circle who admired this lovable man Delightful vocal and instrumental music will be heard at the opera house Friday night when the Dixie Concert Co will give one of its entertainments Have you a ring or other jewelry some sil verware cane umbrel la or other item that you want engraved Take it to Roark and the work will be done quickly in best manner Mrs O C Roll entertained a number of her friends in an old fashioned quilting at her home Thursday Considerable work was done but every guest was well re paid by the magnificent dinner and splendid time that was had It was one of the most enjoyable and decidedly the most unique function of the season If you want to spend a pleasant night go to the Opera House on 5h and see Wyoming Girl Co t being fat I April time J vnTijtfVril ot ins cemetery accountability intelligent Mar a lus g on T A TilE BIVOUAC OF BROWDERS DEAD lly AMY M LOXOKST1 With Apologia to TlHodore Olliim The Mhrlll mliio whUtlN flute HU btewii The nilmuV lu t work Xo more tlieae man than Itenr IU tent WHO tllil nl nrowiler toll Duaths vtcriMiI iHliiln ground Tholr silent ruum nn Sorrow with wricHin round The ffmvett In which theyre laW No minor of the utrllieM nppnHieli- Xow swells upon the air No troubled thought Mt night oiicronuh Of loved OIII HH de t lr No vUlnii of the morrow Ntrtftt The miner ilroani awakes leaving ililMrvii home nod wife AH soon ntt daylight breaks Their Mhlvervd pick are U Their weary lujul art bowed Their mining lamp arty UW It tilM- tTtiiy only neat n whntHti foal plenteous funeral tours have wiwhod The blnek nutliw from em brow And their 4i HC form UytfttHllletRiiHcd Are fret from angtikk HOW The hill machine fciNblttf pick The powders gllrriHg Maul that tin rra fnl Yard roHjh tick The din and twist are KM dipping coel with heck Nut k Shall nap their strength HJ lift Lii The triigKie of time Kgkl MltP th PTee knriMiit That HwceiiH the brim 1litbhed with the triumph yet KUln Came then time mines great foe Who heard the thunder of th fray Break through the coal beneath Knew welt time miners loom that tiny Wan gas unto their death A doubtful htrugnle bad titan waged AgatiMit tutu fatal gas pat work was uarec fur strikes still nigcd- AimuiK time birring tljee men dally rlnked their lives III order to nmlntun Their little ones anti loving wIviM Who lUll fur Uicui In vulti Full a northern breath baa swept Oer Hrowdcra kill and plain Since loved onto rrildly moaned and wept Oer thirtylive In depth there lulu wldowV err a childs voice still ire heard along the way And echo trout curb sullen bill That frowtiud on that dread tiny Son of the dark and gtoomy mine Sod std has lieen your fait You little knew of life HUiwhlne Jilt tolling lung and lute An honest living you J t eurucd Though Joys you went rtrHttn While those of wealth your prosenee npurned And tiled Thiii neath their parent turf they ruttt Koine near the awful pilite That held them cloucly In her Iweast Till Uoath made them resign The sunlight of their native ky Shines sadly on theta there And kindred oycaaitd hearts watch by The miners sepnleher Host on embalmed oral sainted deml Dear It the life ye gave No impIoiiH footstep here shall tread The heritage of your grave Nor sbnll your suit mite be forget While Death her retool keeps Or tabor points the hallowed spot Where valor sadly sleep There were more i horses on jockey al icy here Monday J than seen for moons SonIc several of them were disreputable looking showing a hard winter and poor attention One fact was brought out by a representative of TilE RECORD who made the rounds of the offerings and was able to find only one whose age was given by the owner at more than a dozen years One horse was reported to be thirteen years old but the average was about nine years Mr M N McDonald has been confined to his home several days with fever but is improving and it is hoped will soon be out again 25 REWARD The above reward will paid by me for the arrest and conviction of the person who poisoned my dog A W DUNCAN Mrs Jennie E panied by her grandchildren Carol Jonson and Mary Elizabeth Roark will leave Tuesday for a visit of a her sister Mrs Arthur M Swain at Rock Kansas Mrs T J Morgan of Nortonville and Mrs Willie Igleheart of Sicramcn to will also be members of the party Mr Wm B Jenkins and Ellerec Spriggs of Elizabethtown were married at the home of the brides brother Mr C Springs here at 10 oclock last Wednesday morning Rev G B McDonald the officiating clergyman ing the ceremony in the presence of a few intimate friends The couple will make their home in Elizabeth town and carry with them the best wishes of many friends The Dixie Concert Co entertain meat at the opera house tomorrow nignt promises one of the mast de lightful occasions of the season Every member of the company is an artist and a rare treat is in store for everyone who attend I laU stage J n a red h eJ part never ttftH Ol A 1Mlrtln pit plateau Itt h Ii ntartt7s you have t to man peculiar hors bet Roarkaccom monthwith W perform- t o a tool r r A end gear h will he Hl 14 Those forms that 6 eke many Mis t l p D iXIB CONCERT CO m LaMeade 0 Friday Night April I A GREAT TREAT FOR ALL MUSIC LOVERS ADMISSION 35 and SO Cents Jr Jli 4 4 t J 8fi0 oocooo ooo rill OUSt 000 0 0 c c 0 C c C I c II i IJo 25 0000 re s y rl R Ie S aii e se 0 Y- Fo 0 e S e H S 0 OPERA HOUSE ONE TUESDAY APRIL 5 C F Duuni presents time young Talent vtl Soubrette DAISY Supported by a Company of Sterling Actcrs The play will lie produced with new unit scenic ctfiuU grand eleetrical new and novel meelumitm benntiful and appropriate music Our High Class Ynudevillc between nets lure a feature No long waits between acts nu Itt Cpiintaleis Drugstore PflceM 2e CJS und SOc Garden and poul try arc receiving more attention from town folks that ever before known Some peo ple who have no more than too square feet of ground are doing gardening and those fortun ate to have the least ijhjj up outlet are raising b3 ScaT5i achickens as well as garden truck Look out for the joker tomorrow The thermometer ha ranged around the 80 degree mirk for sever al days Mr Frank Arnold of Earhngton was here Tuesday to attend the burial of Mr Sam Arnold LOST Between W O Belchers residence and the Methodist church a fine gold chain with locket a band of gold set with rubies and pearls Finder please return to Miss Rosalie Hartfield and receive rewardMrs C M Howard who huts been seriously ill for some days suffering from grip and a complica tion of ailments was better yesterday Evergreen Cemetery Co will be lad if the party who borrowed the mole trap last Saturday or Sunday will return same at once as it is needed School book for all grades can be found at the new store of Leslie Mule oust school supplies of all kinds also f Mr Sampson Pukes has not been gaining lately to the regret of his many friends who had hoped that with better weather his improvement would follow Miss Frankie Kichcy and Mr Frank Humphrey of Central City were married by Rev G B Mc Donald in his parlor at 3 oclock last Wednesday afternoon Dont on any account miss the concert by the Dixie Co at the opera house tomorrow night 9 A poem The Bivouac of Brow ders Dead from the pen of Miss Amy M Longest appears in this issue and is a production that will appeal to our readers Miss Long est has during the past several years contributed at intervals to these columns and her productions been appreciated by us anti by our readers A Beautiful Coronet Hair Braid and How to Get One Stand sample of hair and 5 oo to Miss Georgia Bishop The Madison Milliner and Hair Dealer and we will send direct to you a Good Quality wavy lung coronet braid that reaches around the head which is the very latest style of dressing the hair If fur any reason you should not be pleased we will refund your money upon return of braid Reference any Btnk or Banker in Madisonville Kv 2421 Miss GKUKRIA Kisnop Dealer in Millinery and Hair Goods ONLY HAZEL IX A WYOMING GIRL Sun nil c H 4 1 I have- S n U ilk fI 7oIIt jfoItj Nltillr displays stage Specialties 1 intensive Silence The instinct of modesty natural to every woman is often n great hindrance to the cure of womanly diseases Women shrink from the personal of the local physichn which seem indelicate The thought of examination la nitorrent to them and so they endure in silence n condition cf disease which surely progresses from bud to worse It has been Dr PIerces privilege to cere a reat many women who have tornd a rcfx o for modesty in As oVcr ot conscrr lion by letter Till correspondence iz lickas sacredly confidential Sildreso Dr R y Pierce Buffalo N Y the womanly functinna abolishes pain and builds up and butt finishing touch of health on every weak woman who gives it n fair trial It Mikes Weak Women Strong Sick WetYou cant afford to a secret nostrum ns a cuhstituto loy this nonalcoholic medicine ot NON COMPOSITION I FRI Dr Pierces Favorite PrrscriPtlat restores and regulates omen Di e Concert Co Tomorrow Dixie Concert Co is to be much pleasure and pro fit I have been in touch with the leading quartets of the South and West for the past fifteen years and will say that the Male Quartet in this company compares well with the best ones Mrs Foster has an unusually sweet voice and always delights her hearers with good The Reader Mhs Boyd is an artist in hr line I hope for this a great success which it deserves W L MARX Prof Music St Louis Mo This company will be here at the opera house tomorrow night and our peope will miss a rare treat if they do not hear the concert notices and tions front a1 over the country are highly favorable 10 for correspondence Mr John T McIntire was here from Madisonville the first of the week mingling with old friends The development of leaf and bloom has been more rapid and is earlier than ever known in this sc A Wyoming Girl was presented last night at the Rush ville Opera House and the show proved to be the best Western Drama ever played here Miss Daisy Hazclton who is star ing in the part of Scissors gave a beautiful and picturesque creation of a true western girl The lights and shades of the untutored girl were handled with great care and her devotion to her weak minded father received much merited ap plauseMiss Lillian Douglas who plays the part of Helen Denver the School Mann1 gave a strong drama tic portrayal of the part Her scenes with the Mexican her divorc husband were particularity strung and worked the audience to a high pitch ot excitement Mr William LeRoy who plays the part of George Washington Augusta Nibbs is certainly the best black face commedian that has ap peared here for many years Lack of space will not allow us to individualize the entire cast but suffice to say the supporting com pany arc capable actors and handle their parts with strong dramatic effect The company carries all new and appropriate scenery The specialties between acts are the best line Mr C Fred Damn the general manager will always find a hearty welcome should he play a return date herj Rushviile Manner Low Rates West via Monon Route From March 1st to April 15th colonist tickets at very low rates will be sold by the Monon Route from Louisville to the West and Southwest embracing Ari zona California Colorado Idaho Mexico Montana Nevada New Mexico Oregon Washington Wy owing and Western Canada The fare to Sat Francisco will be 3720 and to Portland 37 30 Full information cheerfully at Monon Route City Ticket Office or by addressing E 11 Ba con D P A heardwith selections comp lilY justly Press personalrecommenda t tion II cd ofvaudeville 7 it 7 Night- Time Northwest furnished 4 Arrested on Charge of Insulting a Woman Pete Duncan and Harrison Brown ing two colored men who lived at Cleaton were brought here afternoon by officers on complaint Miry Jute Johnson a white woman who alleges that while along the railroad track near Cleaton she was approached by these men who made insulting to her The negro j den the charge and are out on bail of 250 each which they readily gave They have good reputations and have never been in trouble of any sort From the actions of the com plainant who appears nervous and a severe mental strain it ia thought by some that the woman may be mentally The examining trial will be held tomorrow 10 for Correspondents Prospects have been good for rain for a few lays A gentle shower would do considerable good now The Wyoming Girl Co is pro nounced by Press and Clergy as a moral and instructive performance Dont miss it at Opera House Tues day night April 5th Jim Brasier a negro was brought from Bevier Tuesday and lodged In jail on a charge of violating time law It ia said he was op rating a boot legging enterprise of some proportions A New and Interesting Book We are just in receipt of an attractive circular a very unusual book The Stark year Book for 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 natures own most natural like to nature illustrations we have ever seen The other 84 pages are de voted to full discriptions and prices of the various fruit trees shade trees ornamentals vines plants roses 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 home grounds by planting 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 enjoy looking through because of its exceeding beauty and one you will find wry helpful Stark Bros 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 Some theology appears to hold that God gave man a reason and then a revelation so that one might keep up a fight with the other SALESMAN WANTED To sell gro cers Druggists Confectioners 125 monthly and expenses California Cider anti Extract Co Leffingwell St Louis Mo Give Miss Lena Arnold your laundry she represents Metcalfe of Hopkinsville one of the best plants in this state If walking remarks laboringunder prohibition announcing colorsthe shruber practicalanti f 1r j t to Tuesday w 4 y y unbalanced z i rr unusually F F 1 N 4 wm k t y i y v tiw ROARK Furniture W llp per Shades Moldings t V Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wrapper Slippers Vaults Disinfection ROARK 4 Itn 0 Ifr n f a Grave FETRIGC CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED oJ fM OIiCIItnDntlifb GlltIDEli BY REGISTERROCKfORD 1i t e 1+ 7 t M 1h 3 r- erl Lt1- 12Copfrtht Copyright IW by American Press Axso clatlon This matter must not bo without rpeclal permission ADVANTAGES OF IRRIGATION As one becomes more famlllnr with the conditions under which the farmer In tin Irrigated tracts of the west works Luis land and handles his crops It Is clear that he has several advan tages over his fellow farmer In the centra and cantcrn states who rellos upon ntlufnil alone for the moisture nceessnry for the growth and maturi ty of his crops Perhaps his chief and most important advantage is that he is able to put water on his mini at being free from the distraction nwl annoyance of heavy rains during the time of seeding and cultivation which would sun the ground delay cultivation mind jjive the weeds a big boots Coupled with n perfect of the moisture which Is al lowed to go upon the land Is another favorable condition the largo number of clear bright days during the har vest months which make possible the perfect ripening of the shalom and tiny nod the harvesting and securing of It under most favorable conditions Any one who tins tried to cure hay between showers In June in the central and eastern states will appreciate this point Lastly time irrigated lauds have this vital point In their favor that little If any of the original fortuity of the soli his been soaked out and washed out by repeated and heavy rains This accounts for the remark able productivity of western soils which have waited centuries for the magic touch of water to make them the grrden spots of earth In view of those points and others which might be mentioned it is not surprising that many an eastern farmer looks long mildly toward the west and ninny an other pulls up stakes and goes out to the Irrigated ORCHARD CULTIVATION There Is nothing which can be done for the young orchard which will tend to make It more thrifty and vigorous than to give It careful cultivation for the first few yeas after it Is set This result may bo brought about to by growing some crop the rows of trees such as straw berries potatoes pepcern or better still beaus The frequent cultivation given keep the ground loose and moist and keep the young trees from suffer Jug should a hot and dry spell commie In middle cr late summer If the orchard Is an old our and blue grass and weeds have gradually worked their way in n good plan wculd be to sire it a shal low plowing so as not to injure the surface roots to lash frcrucntly with extension or reversible disk until about time noise of July and then sow buck wheat and oats which will come on and make a good winter cover crop Next spring if It U desired the or chard may be thoroughly disked or plowed mind sowed to clover In Pa ethic coast orchards where there Is no danger of Injury from winter freezing the orchards are usually kept cultivat ed the season through STRINGENT MEASURED NEEDED It Is becoming mrre apparent every year that time legislatures In all states which hnve the noxious weed problem on tined should pass laws making it pp offense punishable by heavy hue fcr H farm owner to sell any product of his farm wllh could possibly carry the foul to rdjolnlng farms It Is true that in some cases some apo on time rtatute books but they are either net enforced or else the penalty they provide Is not sufficient to stop the nuisance With many land owners waging nn almost futile war fare against the worst weeds and their appearance ii new fields and localities each year It Is char that stringent measures wll have io be adopted to rive relief Men whoso farms arc not yet contaminated leave the same in terest ii siring aid to the movement that people who are well do In that a quarantine placed to prevent the spread of n loathsome disease Is enforced CARE OF CHICKS Little chlrkens are better oft If they are not fed at all during the first twentyfour or fortyeight hours This Is due to the that by n provision of nature Hi yolk of the egg Is the last portion to be absorbed In the change from erg to chick and this contains nourishment to sup ply the little creature with nil It needs during tilt tunic mentioned The first foci ray be johnny brand crumbs lot cheese chick feed and n little later cracked corn white a little green food In some form should be fur nished Clean water and milk If avail able should he where the little fellows can get at them Thrre things which tihould le remembered In the of time little Is that they Khoukl dry mal dean quarters be kept free from time attacks of lice and net allowVd to eat wet raw meal that has become sour j I t I Twill J l Isections I j such seeln p reprinted regulation advantage between ri III I a reeds saws r p y j t fact 9 stick ient t tage r care t cult ks mare A 5 trr YOU ARE A GOOSEI TVTipn you o ripping round the house A s earing at your wife Avi imkli all the funiy live A ale If you think It ery manly To turn your loose I wish to say It Isnt true Your a li They oimlit to tate you to the Amid if you to the mile Amid lot lilii kirc your measly little Until yo r puMlonx cool I think when I h tl kicked you Until j4 toetli got loose YouM cry Oi what n fool I I nin nn Awul goose When you gut full or nasty lioeac- Anil roll nvotiml tin street And oY what a boost your are To o you meet Whom 1 Oil RO to your ruined homo And turn your vileness loose I murt remark I put It light To ray you are n goose They to take you to the sty And throw you to the plpa I rather think those shoos would shy you danced drunken jigs I think fome bis fat hog would cry Now you not out of here Were decent hogs In this pigsty Wo never guzzle beer C M D GOOSE GOOSIP You dont like goose Thou youre not classical at all for Homer slugs Its praise Herodotus tells us that the ancient priests loved the dainty dish and the Koman emperors doted on ftgoose livers smothered with garlic while at the coronation of Henry VIII the royal bird wan a fat gander stuffed with runts Pettcr learn to tnt goose for It Is gradually taking the turkeys place on the farm and will soon be come the national bird No Timely Sam did not breed the first gander even if be has turned out sonic pecul iar specimens of the human goose Hnglard on whose geese time sun never sets claims the Adamite ances tor of time goose tribe Is her ancient j wild Gray Lag and from this early ancestry came nil rubberneck honkers The most popular are the Toulouse or gray goose from Toulouse France the White Imbden from Germany the Rrown African the Gray and White Chinese mud the Canadian or semi wild The African and Chinese wear knobs on their treads and seem of the same variety the African being the larger The Kmbdcn Is declared to be time offspring of a cross between the beau tiful wild white swan and the gray goose The Canadian Is said to be a cross of wild goose and wild duck which when crisscrossed with the African makes most delkious wild mallard or canvasback duck at lion tun prices The most useful arc Toulouse African and Kmbdcn Toulouse and African lily from fort to sixty per season ganders weigh twenty pounds mind geese eight ecu The Kinbden lays from twenty to forty eggs ganders weigh eighteen pounds and geese sixteen The nmbden by reason of Its white plumage finer flesh hardiness early maturity gentleness quantity and quality of feathers lesser qualities mind absence of keel and abdominal fat folds Is king of goose dom Russia with twentyeight varieties of geese loads time goose procession Genrany China and England waddle after Your Uncle Samuel Is hustlli to ketch up and bills fair to beat them nits So mote It be DONTS Dont be weary In well doing but dont do others Dont make a customer wait long you deliver his order Dont be unreasonable In your prices nor lie in your advices Dont forget that ducks are nervous A fright males them light Dont pour fresh water In with the stale and lull it nil fresh Dont judge nil by the swindler who did you nor be In a rush to go anti sue Dont make your wife shell corn by hand when a corn speller costs but 1 Dont complain about stale dusty high priced feed when o will furnish a gristmillDont charcoal and mike ev erything black when Its ulcer and cheaper to buy by the sack Dont get mad at the rats if you keep no cats Dont growl Let that to the Dont kick Let that to the mule Ue in t a tool nor n fool Dont expect a better rooster for your money than you would sell at the uame price Dont knock If youre sold a If you sell culls Cull roosters nlwys come home to roost Dont let those ducklings monkey round the beehives A busy bee sting er Is a rubberneck wringer Dont let children tease the gander He will heroine ugly and Injure them Dont grind up torn on the cob when It is dry Too hard to digest for the little thats In It think a hone cutter Is n Ground bore Is cheaper than wheat and brings more eggs Dont depend on erg tonic to bring the eggs Its often the cause of egg boundDont be too sentimental to kill n fat hen occarlonally for dinner Chick ems are to be useful as well as orna mentalDont let time chickens go to the eternal bowwows after the breeding season Is over Remember the future Dont allow your chickens to make the dirt fly In your neighbors garden Thats neither talc nor squire Dont turn the hogs Into the field where the turkey hen Is hatching A hog likes turkey eggnog I Ill h barn sun show hon poultr men I ont luxury JI a xw 7 mire is sinus sally r mot o N rood ct cry oil lit eggs trei tit setting before bulldog lull NOVELTIES IN DAHLIAS Gallic Rowers Pro Large and Ex cocingly Fine Some of the novelties in dahlias do In CmleuitK are exceeding fm Mini I Hhi herewith Governor Jnilrt Is f the show class tu l I a round fneJy bola sao y white homier nitli beautiful iirteil pet lIt Although force it is not nt al coarse K there Ij no tint of any color either In the crater or nt time thi of the ietil Mrs 2 jrxljn Abbott a very Ittrsc tlouvr of the finey Has itieisiirlns llr nod n half Inches IUTJS Time Hojsoms arc solid null full of petals the color n deep gulden yellow striped nntl blotched with bright intense senr let W W llnwson Ii of tIlt decorative rlasji a graceful iota benutlfully tinted Jover vhlte overlaid with a ttftHrni fijJ IOrj iJ CC Ft J t1t s at oaf rot t 1 I Is mitt I JO Lcm tttrl blue tint that is wry charming when seen at a little distance It a solid well built flower yet not stilT in the least time iwtals exquisitely tinted sail regular in outline Mrs Fish is very dis tinct in color a rich deep anther man Is of the decorative section It Is vary large perfect In form thu petals of medium width and graceful It is a medium grower producing flowers early in the season The North Snre la also of tle deco rntlve class with petal broad at tIe base lint painted The color Is a yield maroon with a distinct hade of scar let at true tips of the petals Firoburst I one of tie largest deco ratlve dah5is in existence with How ers over eight inches across The color 13 scarlet with a distinct orange shade For Apple Growers Ascertain the varieties of fruits truth produe wanted in the market desired to b a patronised- telcct such varieties of fruit as will thrive he t in your climate and soil Piant those varieties liberally work them thoroughly grow them as well as they can be grown When is ready grade caivfully and pack properly to suit the vesper tive market and time nature of the prod act packed Ship according t the most methods and distribute intelligently focct hi the market that merchant ii whom you have confidence who is financially responsible who enjoys a reputation for promptness mind square dealing who is able and has the facili ties to handle your consignment to AVhcn you have selected your com mission merchant advise him regular ly by letter or telegram of time you propose making him DD rat place your goods in competi tion with each other by dividing ship mints in tiny market W I Locftcll Bcfoiv Southern Illinois Horticultural Society The Spring Bedding Time TVlirn to plant in the spring depends entirely on climate In northern Illi nois it is not safe to put out green house stuff before May and such lender things us colons and capias not before the 1st of June Panties and dalsic fill usually be set out lifter April r anti In nn early spring eves sooner Verbena ten wed stock an I hrf hardy linda may be safely planted the flrxt week of May as a rule earlier or later according to time seison Allow six Inches space for all the or dinary Final plants such as pansics and daisies and twelve luehei for gera alums timid other plants of equal size Verbenas cnn safely be planted six teen Incites apart and salvia eighteen Inches to two feet Groans should have a distance of two feet or more Garden A Cozen Good Peonies The following list of twelve kinds of pennies was reportc best for general cultivation by the psjny committee ot the Society of American Florists lost season It is understood that the varieties named wilt extend the season of thaw ering from early to late The Gist to flower are 1 tenulfolia both slnglf and double then come the I ollkina Us or what Is ronrnonly lennel grandmothers peon flowers vcrj dark crimson also white The othom recommended are Festlvu Maxima rottsli Alba Mons lule Kilo hiving ston DcllcatlEsiuia Klclimlson Itu bra Snperba Olganthcn Cntirrnnr dOr Louis Van Ilouttc I eachli CW DAHLIA FnmnunST I fhl ant O r crop approve advantage shipment orb r lit r furniture Moldings Wall Paper We earn on our floors and in our ware rooms the largest varety of Furniture in Muhlenbcrg If wo do not have what you want we will jet it for you We have factory con nections with cf the finest goods in the country and through Our Special Order Department can supply any 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 mer chandise being used all the year round And we always have full selections prices 5 cents and up per roll VOur 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 arid Embalming Coffins in White Enamel and Stained Varnish finish Caskets in White Enamel Natural Woods Wbite Colored and Black Cloth Covered allMetallic and Copper lined airtight Caskets all lengths and regular extra and double extra widths Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes constant ly in stock for immediate delivery Burial Robes Wrappers Suits Dresses Slippers etc in large variety Our two licensed Embalmers respond at once to calls for such services Our general equipment is complete and of highest grade We have a Funeral Car in service sub ject to call anywhere Private LongDistance Day Store No 72 Night Home No roll Residence 150 yards from store Prompt service any hour day or night The J L ROARK ESTATE ORIEN L ROARK Manager ttrr Nllut rs tugrubiug Two Telephones IarIt 1 marc exclusive Efy brightens and preserves everything about the is no old or dingy looking furniture or woodwork in homes where Liquid Veneer is used all is clean wholesome Liquid 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 na brashes There arc no sticky hands or surfaces Simply moisten a piece of cheese cloth wipe off the surfaces as would do dusting Just try Liquid Veneer and see how sweet it will make everything 4oz botilo 25c 12ox bottle 60c W H BiUZGIDIKE 0 U san OU SOLD BY AI 0 6 tt I t1R lt I MD flcn yfrif t lli IIIT M a ini oli Pub lira u t InAton MOSS ELrcrRr1Ava a r rrIIJy I Idridtr tnIlIlOwto r Inpme pra name rnA 1C- Im a the I vinn uw t tialf Itmtd trn Snu r4 Core American Fhotocrapfc 6 St M I rOs t JIlcaiCIIj r jII lle hIftIl n Ii tfhotcraPllyI rr rrraS r aka lint u PHOTO More than nine out ten cases of rheumatism are simply rheumatism of the muscles due to cold or damp or chronic rheumatism In no internal is required The free application of Chamberlains Lmiment is all thnt is needed and it is cer tain to give quick relief Give it a trial and s e for yourself how quickly it relieves the pain and soreness Trice 250 large size Soc RhollmatisiU ofevery suchcases treatment i 7 r Monon Route Louisville and Chicago IST LINK TO California and the Vast Northwest Two trains daily French Lick and Daden Springs UNION STATION LOU1SVILLH DBAR STATION CHICAGO and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E H BACON D P A N W Cor 4th and Market Sts LOUISVILLE KY feathers Tallow Beeswax Ginseng Golden Seal Yellow Root etc We are Dealers and can da better for than or commLuon merchants Reference flank In Louisville Vrite for weekly price list and ship ping tags Ve wool CSTAOUHCD in 1C30- 22D E Marlet St LOUISVILLE KY Have You Been Stuck g West IOn Dining BUY it YOUR t W HIDESA D FURS bafj free Sltf3aL SONS liEl1 EX w s an IL 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 urulturc Ulalluaucr Clncrtahcrs GREENVILLE KY TilE RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED Monon Route Announces New Schedule of Fares One Way and Round Trip The Mouton Route announces that it will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago at 6 one way instead of SS as formerly and 12 round trip good thirty days returning instead of 16 Patrons are offered exceptionally good by the Monon which on night trains from Louisville operates Com partment and Drawingruum as well as the usual straight sleeper The day trains have Par lor and Dining cars and the very finest modern new coaches In queries cheerfully answered by E H Bacon D P A Louisville Ky U firstor lastany Pullmans l r1 r service CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH GO iXCOSrOHATHD Idistance lines and telephones cf this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere in Couthern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Mississippi Louisiana Wo can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with the able Equipments and facilities unsur passed Lori Tonncss d countryWe WE5 E CALDWCLL LELAND HUME T D WEBB Jl cut W rr Vrou i HERBS A BARGAINFOR BY MAIL THREE MONTHS The Record ONE YEAR BOTH FOR ONLY 150 The price of the Daily is 600 a year 150 for three months We have special arrangement whereby we will accept orders for that paper and ours during JANUARY 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 Send 50 cents additional if Sunday issue is desired Th Weekly oiirierJooriiul is just as good a paper as it ever was We can still furnish the Weekly and our paper both one year For 115 Orders MUST sent to this paper NOT to the COURIERJOURNAL to get advantage of this cut 4 DAIlY Courier madea FFBRUARYand Courier lJournal 0 b s COUkItkJOUkNAL w ournal 1 rates i t r rK 3Hnmris jEttgrafring The J L Roark Estate furniture dealers and undertakers has added to its equip ment in the undertaking department a Francis Engraving Machine as illustrates 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 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 does have been admired by hundreds of people Articles of every character can be engraved in much better manner than usually 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 shunt study of the management 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 an character and the mechanical perfection of the machine appeals to all The public is given a special invitation to call at any time and see the machine 1 con 1ar1itw t i p r r t r r 1