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The investment is Get our rates. and the most inviting field in Ken- ttlickv fnrinvp:rmrnr nfranitnl onrl r1iirlr ot EEHiHiKWrtlttfo VOL. XIII. NO. 10. THE LATEST PARIS FAD. GREENVILLE, ICY., THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1911. 1 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE Come out into (ho Rrln. Maud, The onion sweet's In bloom, .Anil Pari. Maud, hits lalrly ruled It is the i?rfume. Yes. hellolroix Is out of stlc. White rose anrt violet, too. And Jockey chili ami crab applo Theae all you must taboo. LirSQ nasr r iMi ROA The Remedy DR. Ja prices. W. Crown nnd Ilrldge Work done at rcnoiiable DENTIST, BARLOW, rl CULVER" For Worst Places NOTES C.M.BAHNITZ TilVERSIDE Jiut onion. Maod. in a la mode; It's really recherche! So. dear, just come ttotvn to the imlch And gather a nos ay. Rub onions on your rosy cheeks, Wear onions In your hair. And set them round the parlor. Maud. To fragrantiM the air. ) In Highways. O SOLICITED THIS PROBLEM j IS NEGLECTED, Then right before yocr lover calls. Jdnud. eat a bunch or two. They'll make yon Irresistible. And MfK jirf U raff Jm K. OtUce up stairs, in the Jones Building. Orccnvlllc, Ky. Pliynlclnn unit Burcoon, Ofllce Main-crosCAM s DR. f. J. SLAT0N, WADE ffiOlk street near Mniuatrcct. II. GRAY. HOWARD. VV Uiitli LAWYERS. Office In ' KING DISCOVERY THROAT DR. KING'S N EW h"ll prKi- to you C. M. XIARN'ITK. KURIOS FROM KO RRESPON DENTS Q. Will you please Inform me If I intuit pay duly on eggs anil fowls bin Cannila anil at what rate?eggs. R A. Five cents per dosien for :oiits per pound for fowls. This I paid with the express generally ilinrgcs. Q. My Leghorns have very yellow jar lobes. Thoy arc vigorous, lay fairly anil were sold to me for pure bred stock. Is this color a sign of mixed lobes turn yellow when fowl gets too much yellow corn st hns yellow Jaundice. Q. What does the word "furnished" mean when applied to a fowl? A. A fowl Is fully furnished when It possesses every part with whleh It If some was endowed by nature. nature falcer has Improved on nature and created a new breed and made tv standard for that breed then a fowl 3f- that class la fully furnished when It possesses all the parts that stand-lrcalls for. Q. How long may the term chick bo ipplled to n young fowl? A. Till sex may bo distinguished, when It becomes cockerel or pullet, and Is thus called until a year old. when It is called coclc or hen. Q. Is It a sign of mixed blood when Leghorns get broody? k A. No. You will. nearly always tlnd some Leghorns In a llork that cluck, and the hotter the house the more o'rTidies. Q; Tr.tho nlr coll In a hatching egg sjrows too slowly how may I Increase It? If too fast how may I decrease It? A. To Increase, deerease supply of moisture 'dr Increase' supply of air. To decrease size of cell. Increase moisture or decrease supply of nlr. I?fo. About what temperature Is best 'jforfurtiicuualQr rotun? fibtuiM fii- White d Concrete Is No Flain or Doubt tha Ocst Material to Use For These Small Structures Either In the Flat Top or Arch Form, Says Kansas Highway Enginocr. Much as we need Improved roals we need permanent culvt"r'.J trior, says W. S. Ciearhnrt. state highway engineer of Kansas. It is more Important that all the bridges and culverts be in good condition limn that all tl" rond he kc.pt In llrst class repair, fi r If the mad Is lo Ie used at all the culverts mid bridges must be kept up It is not often that a road gets so bad that it Is impassable, hut this Is a common occurrence with culverts and bridges. The old ford Is a thing of the past, and almost without exception the worst places In the road are at tho culvert sites. They generally are from two Inches to ten Inches above or below the road r.urface and often have a mudholc on either side and are In such wretched condition 'we would Grtea Building, opposite LaMeafc Hotel. "or COUGHS GOLDS LUNG Tliese articlea nnd Illustrations must not be reprinted without special permission. DRS. HELTSLEY & HELTSLEY OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS blood? A. No. IT'S TIME TO KICK. What at? At buying eggs by the dozen, that old huopskirt fad that should have been relegated to the scrap pile long ago. You lose much on eggs by the dozen and can only get a square deal by. weight. Note by the following the difference In weight of a dozou uggs from various breeds: ounces: Light Hrahnut. twenty-eigh- t ounces; IHnek Minorca, twenty-seveounces: Mark tarred Itoek. twenty-siounces; White Laugshau. twenly-slounces; Huff Wyandotte, twenty-fou- r ounces; S. Cochin, twenty-fou- r ounces; Leghorn, twenty-thro- e S. ('. Hrown Leghorn, twenty-twounces. ounces; Hamburg, twenty-onpay the same for twelve You Hamburg eggs weighing twenty-onounces as for twelve Itrahmas weighing twenty eight ounces. A Hamburg pullcl eggs weighing seventeen onifc are mi a pur Do you kick? Office at Home, East Main'crcss trcct. Tclcptione No, 7B., - -- ' " -- "-p LUNG CURES mi THROAT DISEASES SAVED Mmm Route UETWEHX HER SON'S LIFE llt Louisville and Chicago My son Rex was taken down a year ago with lung trouble. We doctored some months without improvement. Then I began giving Dr. King's New Discovery, and I coon noticed a change for the better. I kept this treatment up for a few weeks and now my con is perfectly well and works every day. SAMp RIpPEE Aya Mo n HBST LINK TO 1 x x California and the Vast NurtliAvcst Two trains daily iTCiicli Lick 50c AND $1.00 SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY All Druggists. GIFT FOR CULTURED o 'I o e and west Baden opnngs. . e J. H. HAYES Painter and Interior lecorator. : do-..e- UNION STATION, LOU1SVILLI5. DKAIMtOUN ST ATI CIIICAUO. A HOMES Dinin? and Parlor Caiisfi Palace Drawing Room Sleepers. E. H. BACON, D. ' JT P.f N. W. Cor. tth and Market LOUISVILLIKY. BltOKKX WOOUIN OCI.VEIST. What Are You Going i gladly drive around them If we could and often have lo do so And many of t lie stone and comrcie culverts are only covered suilkleiilly lo keep thiii in place. Thuy are like a series of Imr- to uolng uutdo to Inula, a ppi oar-hthem. Different state highway commissions have defined culverts as structures having spans of less than four feel as to ten feet. In tills discussion sume that all structures under tP feet are culverts. At the present time practically all cul verts In Kansas are loo small to carry the water that eojues to them. Tho matter of the required area Is one that hns been given very little attention. Good stone laid In cement mortar Is very satisfactory either In arch or tint If top slab construction for culverts. slabs are used a four foot clear span would require that the llagstones should be twelve inciies iuick. oi. feet Is close to i he safe maximum span for the Hat top stone culvert. .Many times stone abutments are built and a concrete slab placed on top, which gives a very satisfactory structure. In the arch construction the base of the foundations should be sufficiently e 1 To Bo; Tliis Ysar vav of makingftyi&ur 3ark room? A. Sixty to 70 degroes, :,rDark room i he letter. Q. About how many degrees a week should I reduce the brooder heat? A. If you slart fit 100 degrees a reluct Ion of " degrees per week Is all r of your stock being right, the always considered, but brooder boat jhould never stand below 70 degrees. vlj.-o- JUJ1DO KOf.H, dtisa-twetit.v-s- with a wulgli You ovi:u TXO PJI Nt8 t'OIiN. thai Minorm his' i' i'ii (juart. FEATHERS AND EGGSHELLS. Many fall to win at shows because they start conditioning fowls too late. This should begin In time for fowls to catch tip to standard weight, replace, broken feathers and become perfectly tame. Many have often wondered whether Peter lost his appetite for chicken after his experience with the cock that crew thrice. Not so. If we judge him by his successors. Judge Savldge of Sunbury. Pa., advised a husband who was before him for uousupport to leave town and go back to the farm. "Yes. you seldom see the man that sticks to the farm before court or in the poorhouse. A turkey hen at Muncy, Pa., after raising seventeen poults hatched chicks and carefully raised them. Kor size and vigor they bent all the hen raised broods on the farm. Why? Itccause Mother Turkey keeps her young away from filth and follows nature's plan. A friend paid $1Q0 for stock and made a total failure of his llrst year because he was sold womout birds. Ills poultry Journal guaranteed this advertiser, and the victim presented his case and got a sour lemon with a lump of sugar in it. If you think snow can take the place of water just set some down In a pan at night where chickens have hail only snow all day. They almost drink their heads off. Water is a great item In fattening, ami chickens gain much less when they must melt 3now to soak their feed. Why some didn't win la often explained after ihe show by their statements before. They are too cocksure. A fellow Is seldom kicked by n mule because his business end is so well advertised by his Like a gun, you don't know when a show's loaded till It goes off. Much of the poultry grit on the market is inferior because it wears smooth ln the gizzard. The best Is true crystal'.! It keeps ts cutting edgu and, though jt breaks up finally In tie grinding process, Is sli;ir fo the last1. We have' salt, seaweed and dlrj fiotlced much brands of cracked oyster shell. This shows It was not washed before grind lag. You not only thus pay for waste, but excess salt Is apt jq cause. iitlinjmqtlpn In the hen's' twen-ly-fo- cons tli. Iiiiii ,I..V?rJ "(A UjDCi1iI 'n.v Muud and milk l.v j for ops llioio is no any llttl is JhU ct;s"-iu- id IMit .vein are not the thisttr counts. only losor, The man that produce! bip opgK Cumberland Telephoned Telegraph Ca. !o.es. Incorporated. They out nioiv lo prodm-- than small ' ones and yet tuuHt he sold by Ihe doxcn Tor the same money. fake your beef hides to J. E To lay in .November Urahmas must In .March; Ito ks. Duttos Coombs & Co. and get the cash. be and Keds in April: White Leghorns and IlnuiuurKrt in May. .lune or .luly. Hear varied seThus r.rahmas that lay the heaviest lections on the Vicegys must he fed frnm two to four ma montliii longer than Hamburg before tor Ihey.lny as pullets, but their oj.ts sell chines at Roark's (lie same. The world's best A I trnh ma oats 100 pounds of grain a your. Knelw ninety pound. Leghorns music, as well as all or Manibui'gs sixty pound.-- yet their the popular seleclio: s, speeches, sell ihe sama. Dr. Wiley criticises American egg bands, orchestras, instrumental sofa rmers for producing small eggs. los, quarters. Victors range in We notify l he erudite gentleman that Ih no Inducement under the rule there price fromj to to Sioo. Victrolas-$7- i't hu'l tor fun. f irs lut stand-nrd-"alp- pleasure, telephone service of the Cumberl i a relephunc & Telegraph Compao); Everyone should have a telepboYou are connected with all ou'.sidc important points in local connection1 with all residences and business houi- :s. For any information call man igcr, JgJ A "LUtle Good Painfofe 1 une saves 4 if you are niJTpjJJ ith Vlicn your buildings need painting, every day's delay costs you money. The tun, tab, snow and f roil lire rewind In lherr work. Lumber easts too much to let it decay for want of a litlle paint. out it. work. It costs less to use good paint than to o with We uic nothing but food p&int on our CARTER Slriclhj Pure WHITE LEAD Puro Linseed Oil, Pure Turpentine) and the moat expensive colors The kind of paint we as never cracks or tcalcs only years of wear will remove it. Let u figure with you when ready to paint and durable Job We guarantee n fint-cla- is prices reasonable. Don't put it off. CVICTROLA XYI., $200 Others $75, 5100, S150 Telephone No. 254. talking The Victrola adds to the refinement of any home, because it plays the very best music of the world, and because its artistic lines give itra natural place in the decorations of the cultured home. The Victrola plays such a wide range of music,, you must use good judgment or your record library will be immense. We want to help you select them, and since we, know the merit of each Victor record we can help you. VICTOR PRICES SAME EVERYWHERE ' PERSONAL SERVICE HERE . Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong enp given you. For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine j . i r. COXCliETK COLVBUT PLAN. DATA Spun. Feel. FOlt FLAT TOP COXt'ltBTK CULVERTS. TilckiuisvSlr.e f hun Wt.nf bur of lloor. it in. c. to c iiit ft. IllCllCM Hl. PoiimU. Inches. 0.05 lo $250. Large library of re cords and all kinds of talking ma chine supplies. THEDFORDS ESTATE ROARK Hvev Medicine The reputation of this old, reliable medicine, for cenrtipctior, inly established. It does not imitate ether medicines. It i3 beUcr than others, cr it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN F3 oeoooo90ooocoooooaeooeoo 0 1 digestion a;:d liver trou'olr, h firm- r 9 I'.Cj 0.8 1..1I 1X1 1.01 Kill Deal at home as much as possible. Build up your The Secret of Youth Do vou ever wonder how vou can remain young, or why other women older than you, look younger than you do? The secret can be put in a few vords: Preserve your neaitn, ana you win preserve your youm. By health we mean not alone physical neaitn. out nerve health, as, sometimes, magnificently women are nervous wrecks. But whether you are weak physically or nervously, you need a tonic, and the best tonic for you is Cardui. It builds strength for the physical and nervous systems. It helps put flesh on your bones and vitality into your neres. strong-looking Squaro twisted or other equivalent mechanical bond Imra. Heavy tloor ban one inch ubove bottom Alternate (to bi strictly observed). covbars raised at end. Ton of ered with ono inch coat of 121 cement mortar. Side walls one foot his liuliesut toji for heights of ai'ven feet or less, downward two inches per foot. Roninrks.-Rn- rs t home town. This will I make you a better home I market and enhance the J value of your property. 1 va m 3oaooooooooooooc0ocooooo suiiKcrs. wnrru as snow of twelve for practical men to produce big eggs. If they wore running e;-- plants for 3 to tako Cardul, for your femalo amusement or with a government ap- i3 troubles. lvfV3iisf wo are sure ii rl propriation it would be different. y will ncip you. Kemember lnat Kgg: by weight will encourage the Spjs great f emata remedy big eggs, give everybody 2 product Ion of a square deal and give I lie o!d evaporated storage egg a solar plexus. Ask your congressman to introduce a bill requiring that hen fruit shall be standardized and not sold by a method tlint helougK to the era of $ has brought relief to thousands of trading brass bead for skuukskins. 'ilher sick vomen, so why not to .vou ? Fov headache, backache, B0N'T?- J? periodical pains, female vcafc-- 4 pon't kill your ton pound rentiers ness, many have sr.Id It Is "tho sale, high for ordinary marknt. best medicine to tsko." Try li J est price. Thanksgiving and Christmas, Sold in This City DGn't ship small and largo squabs In iho amo package. You will recclvo tho small price for both. Don't sell dressed squabs In open Miss Lena Arnold asks the patronYou will get bolter prlcos market. age of ihe public, and guarantees from hospitals and restaurants. Don't let squabs got cold before that satisfactory work will be done picking. Feathers will pull hard and in her clothes cleaning, pressing sltia will tear. ICourtesy Michigan state highway department. wide to resist overturning and be sta- WOOL HIDESANDFJJRSy Bting Delicti. i WE BUY ple under any system of loads without any consideration for the earth fills. forced concrete is no Plain or doubt ihe bust material to use for these small structures cither in the tint top or arch form. The arch Is some, times objectionable In a Hat country because It Is found necessary In order to get a sulllclenl amount of waterway lo make a raise in the road, which In many cases Is very disagreeable. In the case of the Hat top bridge the required waterway can be obtained by lengthening the span without making a hump In the road, which hump yould hi most cases result in a on either side of It. Where the Yfl" should, by ajl means have a are not first class and annihilapomprossod ap spraynr foundation tion of fruli tree pes is, and what n there Is danger of the structure setconvenience for destroying mites In n tling the flat top is also lo be preferfor whitewashing; red, as the forces are all vertical and and henhouse Friend, save lime, labor nnd gray the top Ib self supporting. If the abutments do settle the top can bo readily hairs by using labor Bavlng Jacked up luto place and adjusted, while In the nrcli form there Is very little that can be done to repair Injury by spttlonicnt mud-hol- we can do better for you thin aftnls cr coraamsica neichan'jj. ?trenci anj s ia LoutJTil'e. Wc furnisa ncotuagsrree to our snippers, muciorprccust. H.SArtEL&SONS J j 1EP bfIp t"i. , EtJ"-rni- Pi LouisTillc. Kj. J 40 Tks Woman's Tonic "She was irregular and bloated and suffered terribly. Wail Muni Asicl .u i ... v,!! 9 nunc i "My mother," writes Mrs. Z. L. Adcock, of Smith-vill- e, Term,, "is 44 years old and is passing through the change of life. My father stepped over lo the store and got her a bottle of Cardui, which she took according to directions and npw she is up, able to do her housework and says she feels like a new. woman." Try Cardui in your own case. MX Write to: Ladies' Advlsoty for Special Instructions, zad Dci-t- . I fr err,! j PlmtoRrnithy My. tee l'inr.i,ir:iv.i l.rilpi.turf ..i iy tle conic'.. qiic&'.ion. . AMI Kl .i ! R"HOTofl Qiittanooca Medicine Co., Cliattanooea. Tena., book, "Home Treatment for Women," sent free. ihl.'ivn. fj American PholocrapSy tl G Ilcacon St., Iknlun, NUn Give your job printing orders to and repairing shop. The Record. WALLPAPE R Special te, i Isla to' THE RECORD. Aii Independent Newspaper. rULl!UKI) Tlll'KSDATH lit OlllKN L. KftAltK, : Comments 0n Chairman Price's Lecture On "The Origin CF Language." Oe9ooo0oooaoaoeooeaoocoeoecooooo0oooaooo : MUHLENBERG COUNTY Owns RlC. President. Other After the conclusion of Chairman the Jews came in contact. Price's lecture, Tarson Pcvcler aiosc ancient writers of different countries Secretary. and said in part: have their cosmogonies and comKOITOK. OlCIISX h. ROAKK, "Gentlemen, hope that you shall mence their history on a different Lonti' distance Telephone, No. 72. not regard me as presumptions and "first man." The Jewish historians OHiro In new annex renr of store, ground floor. eager to criticise the Chairman of the trace to Adam and senrcely menYEAR, 111 ADYAHCE. Club. I simply want to state that I tion Cain's "encintion. 50 CENTS I do not profess to be an expert must dissent to some of Judge Price's TERM9. statements, made during his lecture palccthnographcr and archcologist, Ttae BuWrlpUori pr1c of th paper In paya-litin kdmuef, und when ttao lime Iihh expired this evening, and especially in regard altho 1 have devoted a good deal of to wklcU it la Mitd, Uie paper will be stopped. Card f thank.--, obllutirr notices, ete.. If not to one item in referring to Adam as time in studying geology and an- ten line, will W jiublULwl froe. A Mtgrr We find the Hebrew simply being the first man of the thropogeny. eaararc of he. per ltn will - watle for No rMrlntlon of thin rule to nuyorn. Jewish history, and he qualified that and Jewish cosmogony and narra Wca MHtpltt cop lew will be mulled. AdrertiMencatM will lie Inwrted. A rate curtl statement by intimating that there tives of creation fix man's advent will be fnratsked oh roqwest. Addrraa ll eommMBlcntiou and make nil re- were other people existing before and appearance in the world about RBCOIt I) PRUSS, mittance payable to Adam. Now I do not profess to be six thousand years ago, according fireeurtllr. Ky. a philologist or to understand all to our computation of time; while THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1911. language and tongues. I do not con- other ancient nations and people Ktrod at the UreeiiTille, Ky., pohtoClco us test Judge Price's ability as a scholar have their cosmigonics of the earth j matter. and extensive knowledge and inform and the creation of man in a differ ation. I profess to know something ent manner and at difiercnt dates Fireproof Construction. of the bible and the scriptures of di- Our geologists and paleontologists Philip 11. lievicr, C. 1C , address- vine truth. I have studied the bible, have clearly demonstrated and prov ing at Orange, N. J. on "Fire Proof the word of God, all my life; my en that the earth has existed many Construction" gave the following mother taught it to me when I was thousands of years, which have been interesting figures as to the compar- small, and I have long tried to divided into geological periods, each ative cost, and aiguments as to public preach it to the world as the truth. consisting of many thousand years, and private desirability: Now I believe that Adam was the and these periods can consistently "At the present price of building first man whq ever lived on the earth, be made to correspond and to harm mateiial, fireproof construction can created in the image of God. 1 be- onize with the biblical days mention be erected at a cost not to exceed lieve that live was the first woman cd in the book of Genesis. Each bible day represents a gcolo 10 or 15 per cent more than and when Adam and live were creatand when vc consider ed they began to talk and then lan- gical period of many thousand years s As I have al- The first day mentioned in the bibli that a fireproof guage commenced. of one per cent ready said, I do not doubt Judge cal creation represents the geologic about per year as compared to 4 per Price's great ability and extended al chaotic period; the second the cent for ordinary buildings, that comprehension of things, but I am mollusk age; the third represents the tbey rent better and that money can aware that great and learned men silurian age; the fourth day rcprc scnts the carboniferous age; the fifth be borrowed on them on better term, are liable to err and to nuikcblund cooler crs and mistakes in their conclusions day the devonian age; the sixth day that they are vermin-prooin summer and warmer in winter, of the truth of things. Mow there the mammal age, the age in which it would certainly seem a part of are a number of smart alecs that arc it is said that man appeared upon to adopt a ready to deny the statements ot the the world, and is thought' to ante wisdom and better method in every case when scripture. I prefer to believe the date considerably the biblical peri the buildings is to be of a permanent bible rather than Chairman Price's od of six thousand years, as we uncharacter. prehistoric surmise and speculation derstand it from the scriptures and When a man builds a house in the I believe that every thing was created Jewish history. The biblical narrative of creation country, it may be that he has a about six thousand years ago, as the in periods called days, and the ge right to jeopardise his own life and bible states." property and those of his family and Dr. Eadcs then arose and said: "I ological division into periods can gamble with the insurance companies, do not profess to be a linguist and easily be harmonized in cosmogony, We arc but there is no question that the own archcologist, a preacher and theolo when properly understood. cr of property in a city or town has gian, but I profess to be a physician cnclined to believe that there were a no right to erect a structuie which and to have a knowledge of physics, human pair created for the various will be a menace to the safety of of the construction and constitution continents of the world, and that adjacent ownci. of the human body, of physiology, these pairs were the progenitors of propcty of tomj ami hygiene. L ItaSMi de the five ditinciiaSknQvn am6ne in practice, and many of the smaller voted considerable study to pharm the human family, and these pairs cities are adopting building codes acy, anthropology and pharmaco were placed and planted in Asia, requiring fireproof construction peia, and to know the results and ef- Africa, Europe, and the two Amer throughout a certain portion of the fects of medicine. I have no doubt icas. business section, and Now these five distinct races, of that Parson Pevelcr is earnest and buildings in less congested districts. sincere in his belief in the teachings color, temperment and habit have of the money spent by of the bible. I believe in scriptures had their distinction as far back as If one-haAnieriaan clues for fire losses was and I believe them to be authentic; history goes. These races could spent for better building construct and if all that is contained in the not possibly have sprung from the ion, the annual loss by fire would bible are facts, then there are two same progenitors. A discovery was begin to decrease, improvement facts recorded in the bible that sub made a few years ago of a fossil along the line of better construction stantiate Chairman Price's assump human skeleton, dug up from a can only come gradually. It can lion and allegation. That people gravel pit in England. This skeleand should'be hastened in thickly with and prior to Adam, ton was pronounced to have existed settled communities by stringent I shall refer to them for the Parson's over one hundred thousand years building laws. City officials must consideration. ago, reckoning from the indications be awakened to their responsibilities You remember that the bible states of the deposits and geological inand the-- individual shown that his that when Cain left the family of terpretation. This skeleton seems own pecuniary interest lie in lessen Adam he feard that somebody would to antedate other human bones dising the fire waste. Old buildings kill him, and he traveled eastward of covered elsewhere that were supcannot be torn down at once and Eden to the land of Nod. The ge posed to have existed in the prerebuilt, but we can see toil that no ographical location of the land of historic age. I am satisfied that more fire traps shall be built where Nod is undetermined. Josephus re there were people living in Europe they are a menace to other slruc lates that Cain traveled over several and the Americas during Adam's tures." countries to reach the land of Nod. days in the land of Chaldec in Asia. It is said that the deep gorge, If might have been Africa or Europe However, Cain found and married a with its high rock walls, cut by the wife in the land of Nod, away from Niagara river below the falls, is conAdam's family, and he built a city. sidered a geological time table; and This clearly proves that there were from the present annual progress of other people in the world, perhaps, the gorge, the cutting and undera different race at that time. Such mining action has been estimated at from three feet a century to one foot goes to establish one tact. I ask the legal members of the a year. At the largest estimate, one A family can suffer no greater Club if this is not a prima facie ev- foot a year, the six miles cut would affliction than to have a child subfits or epilepsy. Many a idence that other people existed in have required thirty thousand years; ject to father or mother would give their the world besides Adam's generation. and if the estimate be one inch a all to restore such a child to health. And it is further stated in the scrip- year, or eight and one half feet a "I am heartily glad to tell you cf tures, that the sons of God beheld century, the time becomes nearly our little boy who was completely cured of fits. lie commenced havthe daughters of men and took them three hundred and eighty thousand ing them at 10 years of age and had them for four years. I tried three for wives, and that there were giants years. So you sec the cutting of doctors and one specialist but all of in the world in those days. Now the this gorge has been going on some them said he could not be cured, but Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine children of Adam must have been time." and Dr. Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills made a comptete cure. He is now At the conclusion of Professor the sons of God, claiming to be his hale, hearty and gay. It has been three years since he had the last spell. special people; but nothing is said Hickman, Squire Monroe arose and medicines I shall jjive Dr. 1 Miles'You are at wnerever po. about giants being among them; but remarked: "I want to say, as justice J iratse to use this letter as you see iberty the people with whom Cain allied of the peace, that all this talk made fit and anyone writing to me I will gladly answer if they enclose stamp himself must have been the sons and by Judge Price, Dr. Eadesand Prof. for reply." F. M. BOGUE, Windfall, Ind. daughters of men and a distinct peo- Hickman is all bosh. Everybody ple from Adam's generation and had ought to know that Adam was the Dr. Miles' Nervine is represented to be, giants among them. It h said that first man. This is the first time in is just what it a medicine compounded especially " two establish'd facts prove a point," my life that I have heard it disputed for nervous diseases, such as fits, so I must conclude that Chairman by men who ought to know better. spasms, St. Vitus' dance, convulis light when he asserted that Parson Pevcler has made a sensible These diseases Piitle sions and epilepsy. "Adam is the first man of Jewish talk. I believe that the bible tells frequently lead to insanity or cause the truth. Now if this case was weak minds. Dr. Miles' Nervine history." has proven most effective in relievProfessor Hickman then arose and brought into my court for trial, I ing these dreaded maladies. said: "Chairman Price did not de- certainly would strike it from the Soldbyall druggists. 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On Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock there will beheld in Greenville three very important mcctincs, which all the people should plan to attend. At the Y. M. C. A. building there will be a meeting for men only, (those above i6ycars.) This meeting will be addressed by Rev. J. R. Morris, the Texas evangelist. His subject will be "Sowing and Reaping." This will be a stirring address and one that all men should hear. Three p. m. is the hour. Come and bring your friends, special music will be arranged under the leader ship of Mr. Roy Wells. Another meeting at the same hour for boys only will be held at the Cumberland Presbyterian church. All boys un der 16 years arc privileged to attend this meeting. Rev. G. P. Dillon will deliver the address on the subject "The Kingdom ot Heaven." Kvcry boy in town should come and tell all the other boys about it. The special music for this meeting will be under the direction of Mr. Will Reynolds. At the Methodist church at the same hour Mrs. J. R. Morris, evangelist, will speak at a meeting for women, only. Mrs. Morris is an interesting, forceful and convincAll women should be ing speaker. sure to attend this meeting. Mrs. Dillon will have charge of the special musical features. These three meetings at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon give every one an opportunity to attend one of them. The one for men at V. M. C. A., the ouc for boys at the Cumberland church, and the one for women at the Methodist church. Revival Services JUDGE SANDIDGE Goes CIRCUIT COURT. Miss Lena Arnold for bulbs your laundry.' of all sorts. Give Joe Morgan at Cumberland Church, Madisonville is to have the second There are 440 children in the age in Greenville High school postal savings bank in the state, and school it will be in operation at once. district. was the first, and it ranks Messrs. Otto Rothcrt and Harry well toward the top in the whole M. Dean spent Monday in South United States. Carrollton. Deals in horses were numerous Needles for all sewing machines at last Monday, and the prices paid by many purchasers were considerRoark's. ed as high, although the demand for The ice plant is now in operation, horses and mules has been consistand is ready to supply distilledjcold-ncs- s ently heavy , for the past several in any amount. years. . ' ' See Coombs & Co. before you villc a day or two the latter part of sell your beef hides. o ?j the week on business. Mrs. Alice Crockett has purTelephone No 5 and your laundry chased a lot on the east end of the will be called for and delivered. Presbyterian property, on the street side, and will begin Mrs. Joe Long, who submitted to soon the erection of a handsome res an operation in Louisville last week, idencc that will be an ornament to .is getting along splendidly, and will this rapibly developing section. soon be home, it is hoped. Mr. Marvin Wells, who has spent Mr. W. G. Duncan returned from the year in the Louisville College of Louisville last Thursday afternoon, Pharmacy school, returned to his and is well on the road to recovery home here the latter part of the week, and permanent improvement. and will spend his vacation here. He will be found at the drug store Do you drink coca-cola- ? Then of Taylor & Poole, and will be glad try ours. .It is pure and refreshing, to meet his many friends. a 20 Taylor & Poole. New stock sewing machine needles There has never been known such at Roark's for all machines. activity as now manifested in real estate. Deals are plentiful, at adMr. Harry Wilkinson is razing vanced rates,' and many projections the Misses Roark home, on Cherry are under consideration. street, and will begin very soon to build him a modern residence on Mr. T. B. Pannell continues to the site. This neighborhood is improve slowly, and 16 able to be being rnore developed than any up part of the time. With settled section of the town, this is the most weather it is likely that he will soon attractive in the whole city, be out again. Mr. Loyd Broughton and Miss J. E. Coombs & Co. buy beef Blanche Trccce, of Central City, hides. Highest cash price. were married at the home of the bride's parents at 10.30 o'clock last Mr. Webstei Crittenden lcftTueg-da- y Sunday morning. Rev. G. B. Mc for Faulkton, S. D., and will Donald being the oiljciating clergy work during the season on one of man, and quite a number of friends the large farms near there. It is being in attendance. Both are pophis intention to spend the wintei in ular members of society. Arizona,' California or Washington, If you want a milk chocolate, Mr. John T. Reynolds, Sr., and strawberry milk or Bimbo Flip.we Judge Jep C. Jonson, who have been have it, Taylor & Poole. spending the winter in Dade City, Fla., have returned home, and both Mr. James Ingram and wife have are much improved, reporting a returned here from Princeton, to be very delightful stay in the land of at the bedside of Mrs. Ingram's flowers. father, Mr. L. C. Chatham, who is in serious condition from rheuma Caladium bulbs for sale by Mrs. tism and attendant ailments. His Jennie E. Koark at 10 cents each- - condition yesterday was reported as practically the same as for some The Methodist church has disdays, and is serious. carded its bell, which move is appreciated by many persons. There Mr. Chas. W. Goodlove, in com is really very little need for bells mand of a corps of geodedic sur any more, as almost everyone now veyors, is here to resume his work has a timepiece, and those who have for the U. S. government. Last not depend on the court house fall this work was carried on in thig clock. The ringing of bells, es- and adjoining counties for some pecially when all ring at once for months. The men are camped near Sunday school, occasionally is town, and will remain for some disturbing to persons who are sick. months. Mid-dlcsbo- ;t The scries of revival services started at the Cumberland church last Sunday have drawn large audiences from the beginning, and with increasing interest. Rev. John R. Morris and wife, of Texas, arc conducting the services, having the assistance of the pastor, Rev. Barbec, and the pastors and members of the ptlier churches of the city. Rev. Morris is an eyapgcljst of power, and his wife is a bright, able con secrated woman, both having had great success in many fields. Serv icctf are held at 2$c and 30 p. m. daily. All are urged to attend. What lfis VfctQr Brings to You. Think of owning Caruso's voice, the talent of whole opera companies, the best efforts of brass bands and orchestras, the genius and drollery of Harry Lauder, etc. All the world's best music of all ages, the magic touch of tho best violinists, harpists, vocalists, pianists. Funny stories and yodels, addresses by Taft, Hryan, Roosevelt and other leading characters. No matter what your weak nc63, it can be filled by Victor records or Victor machines. Call at Roark's and have a demonstration. Records and supplies of all kinds in stock. A gald Eagle Visits the Lake. Last guntjay afternoon a fine spe cimen of the bald eagle visited the lake at the water plant, and after circling around for some time he made a swoop and came up with a bass in his talons. Dr. J. W. Barlow was near the lake and was an interested spectator of the incident. After the eagle had made his catch he circled about for some time, and the Doctor noticed that the eagjp was having some trouble with his prey. Finally the fish wriggled from the talons of the eagle and fell a short distance from the spot where the Doctor was standing. It was a fine specjmpp pf bjapk bass, apd ag it was so injured that it could not live, the Doctor took it home, where he placed it on the scales, which registered a pound and seven ounces. The fish were plaped jp the lake two years ago, and were supplied by the U. S. government. It was not thought that growth had been so rapid as this specimen shows. Hop-kinsvil- The spring term of Muhlenberg After the Soft Drink People In circuit court nas occn in session His Instructions to the Grand since Monday afternoon, and is getting settled down to normal busi Jury. OUR PLANT IS NOW IN OPERATION ncss basis. Hon. W. P. Sandidge, judge, is on the bench, and is using LANGUAGE. HE USES STRONG his usual progressive mode of ac PRICES AT PLANT celcratmg business. His instruc 300 lbs. and over 25c. per 100 lbs. to the members of the grand Judge Sundidgc at the opening of tions jury were unusually comprehensive "" court here Monday in instructing the 100300 lbs. 30c. " and at the same time specific, and grand jury took advantage of the op" extracts arc made from it elsewhere. "" 50100 40c. " portunity and explained to the grand Hon. J. R. Mallory is representing jury the importance of enforcing the the commonwealth, and is aided by present local option law by indicting Nothing less than 50 lbs. sold at Plant ex. county attorney T. O. Jones. This the offenders of it. He said in the ccpt on Sundays. is a rather light docket in all de course of his remarks to the grand partments. I'ollowing is a list of jury that the most common and orPRICES AT OFFICE. the juries: dinary way of violating the local op100 lbs. and over 40c. per 100 lbs. GRAND JURY. tion law was by engaging in the soft Less than 100 lbs. 50c. " " J. II. Burncy, foreman; Geo. He explained to drink business. No ice sold at office on Sunday a them that the persons engaged in the Stovall, R. L. Hendricks, M. C. Wclborn, W. B. Fox, J. C. Mc soft drink business had their regular customers as well as people engaged Donald, Palace Vincent, J. B. in other pursuits, and that they knew Wray, J. I. Pence, Dave Hancock, Incorporated their trade also as well; that the) C. M. King, T. J. Boswell. A. GILMAN, Manager J. l'ETIT JURY. usually gave their regular customei whiskey or beer, when they came to N. Clemons, C. P. Morton, J. J. their bar while they would in no R. Lewis, J. S. Depoystcr, John PROMINENT CITIZEN DIES NOTICE FOR PAYEMENT BIDS. case sell a stranger any thing but a Stringer, W. L. Shannon, Henry soft drink. Stovall, Joe Wells, Polcy Dukes, The City Council of the City of He explained to them that that R. L. Bennett, J. A. Shaver, A. R. W. G. S. Anderson, at Ripe Age. Falls Greenville will until May 1st. 191 1, kind of business might be carried on Adcock, W. II. Metzker, Pink Asleep Tuesday. at 12 o'clock, noon, receive for a great length of time and no Young, D. H. Vincent, W. L. Whit-soV. G. S. Anderson, in his sealed bids for the construction Mr. one suspect that the law was being of' Riley Bivins, J. L. Millard, violated. After explaining that there W. II. Noffsitiger, J. E.Smith, Win. 82nd. year, died of a complication concrete sidewalks for the following was very little difference in the var- Evitts, J. W. Baker, C. A. Abbott, of ailments at 4.500' clock Tuesday distance and in front of the followmorning at the home of his daugh- ing property in the city of Greenious decoctions now 'sold from the L. B. Allen. ter Mrs. S. C. Eaves. For some ville as follows: real thing, all being made by brcw-criUn the North side of Main Cross he called attention to the fact Estil Allan was fined $20 for weeks be had been confined to his and there had been little hope street beginning at its intersection room, that the sale of all of them was n breach of the peace. lor his recovery. Mr. Anderson with College street in front of the very poor attempt at the evasion of Finis Boggess was assessed $20 was woll known all over the county, property of J. M. Wells and extendlaw and should be punished. the for breach of the peace. as he was for many years active and ing West 344 feet to the property of In closing his instructions on the 12. B. Miller paid a fine of prominent in its development. He G. II. Lovell. subject he said, in speaking of the for furnishing liquor to a minor, was Said walks shall be constructed of born in Giles county, Tenn. soft drink stands in operation over and Chas. Wells received the same In 1886 he good and substantial concrete, done came to this county as the cdunty, "I don't know anything for a like offense. general manager of the Mud River in workmanlike manner, of the mathat is more demoralizing in a comBen Porter was fined $100 for Coal Co., and continued as such un terial, dimensions and in the manmunity than an institution of this shooting and wounding. til 1903, when the tipple was burned. ner provided by the ordinance apkind." Ed Vaughn was fined 5S100 for Operations were not resumed, but proved Aug. ist., 1910, and all other He asked the grand jury to in he continued to live thereuntil May, ordinances and laws of the city of vestigate all violations of the law of attempting to detain a woman. this character and return indictments Joe Clme, in two cases was fined 1906, when he came here and has Greenville relating thereto. Persons entering into a contract made his home with his daughter. in all cases. 531.50 for breach of the peace. He was a bright, well read man, for the construction of said walk will Hurbcrt Whitescarvcr paid $20 and a fine type of Southen gentle- be propared to make bond for the Greenville has 1604 population, for breaking the peace. Anna Tett was fined $50 for cut- man. He was a member of the faithful performance of the same, according to the announcement 'resbyterian church, a,n.d a liberal and the costs of said construction made last week by the bureau. We ting another. supporter of all institutions for the will constitute a lien on the abutting had 1,051 in 1900 nd 96S 1111890. Perry Knight was fined $250 for upbuilt! of humanity. Short ser property as is, provided by law; The population the cojUfitjs violating prohibiten law, and placed vices were held at the home at 10 By order of the Council. 508, an increase from :o. in under $750 bond for future conduct. April 15, igu, o'clock yesterday mQrnJng, con and from 17,955 in 1890. "Pen-romanon Kusseu soul Roods on ducted by I)r. Henderson and Rev. Orikn L. Roakk, Clerk. Paradise, Skilcsville and South Sunday, and drew a $50 fine. Mahoney, and interment was made Carrollton all lost slightly in popuin Evergreen cemetery. Surviving lation. Next week we shall publish Hear varied seEggs for sale R. C. R. I. Reds, are his wife, Mrs. G. A. Alexander, lections on the Victhe population of the cities and two pens, DeGraft and Tompkins Mr. l)avid G. Anderson and Mrs tor talking ma towns of the whole state, showing strains, 75c. and'Si per setting. S Bruce Carrier, of Athens, Ga., and chines at Koark's. returns of this and the previous J. Landis, Greenville, Ky. Mrs. S. C. Eaves, of this city. A The world's best census. long and. useful lfe has been ex music, as well as all Interest About Automobiles. tended, to enlarged fields. the popular selections, speeches, B,est work, prompt service: give Mr. W. G. Crawford, I. C. agent s, bands, orchestras, instrumental your laundry to Joe Morgan, who here, has had letters from Call on Leslie Hale, next to First three di quartettes. Victors rauge m will appreciate your patronage. vision superintendents, stating a car National Bank, for candies, books, price from $io to $100. Yictiolaa had been loaded with automobiles sundries, cjgarSi tobacco, etc. f3 $75 to $250. Large library of reMuhlenberg should have at least at Peru, Ind., for delivery here, and cords and all kinds of talking maMcLean Boy Gets Foreign Order. 330. miles of good roads, that is, urging him to hurry the car east as chine supplies. good dirt roads, for the next year, soon as empty, that class of rolling Mr. Norton Weil, of Calhoon, has as the fiscal court last week let con- stock being in great demand now received an order for several speci tracts for that amount. The con- The name of the consignee was not mens of butterflies, the order being tractors are under bond for faithful given, and inquiry has failed to de sent by Charles H. Rothschld, a performance of duties, and as the velop the buyer. Considerable in prominent London, England, entomMiss Lillian Cornwell returned to gentlemen are progressive, interested terest has been aroused, and many ologist v;a has attained high promi her home ia Westmoorland, Tenn., cipzens of Muhlenberg, the public rumors are afloatt nence in scientific research. This Friday. She is a charming young may expect special servjeps. Thp is merited recognition of Mr. Weil's lady and will be geatly missed by bidders are low estimates on what it Joe Morgan solicits that grocery efforts and study, as he is reported her newly made friends here. has formerly cost to keep the roads order, and will show his appreciation to have the finest collection of butter Mr. J. W. Richardson spent Satin condition, as the price was about by supplying the best goods at the flies in the state, perhaps. In addi urday and Sunday with her parents 15 per mile for the twelve months. very lowest prices. Quick delivery tion to this stud), Mr. Weil is an ac at McHenry. This is only about half what has been and courteous treatment. complishcd musician, and, a tnan who Mrs. Fred Fleming from Rochestspent under the old system. Other accornpljshed much along many er, spent a few days with relatives bids are solicited for the balance Sewing machine needles of all lines. He Is a brother of Mr. Sam here last week. of the roads. kinds, oil, bands, etc., at Roark's. Weil, who has many friends and ad Miss May Sargeant, after a pleas mirers here, where he attended ant visit of several weeks with school for several years. friends, has returned to her home If you want that dead watch or at McHenry. Mrs. Amelia Waters visited friends clock put to work, let Mc have it and relatives at Central City last and he will put it to running. ICE! GRirai n, c, ro-0- 0 so-lo- 1 SATURDAY BARGAINS ATT week. BRIZENDINE'S For Otily 20c. Farm Land Wanted. section of farm land, 20 to 60 acres, located convenient to city; ready for cultivation; improved or unimproved; will pay reasonable cash price. Address N. O. 21, care TlIP Record, Greenville, Ky. fi6 A This gt w 20c The Sunday-schoo- l service at the Methodist church las,t Sunday morning was given over to a special Easter observance, and the program as arranged for the children proved a rare treat for an audience that overflowed the auditorium and called for the newly added Sunday-schoroom. K.very number was splendid, and reflected great credit on the many participants, as well as the teachers and program committee. The offering was for foreign work, and was very liberal. Burr Grist My new Mill. Henry and Clyde Lewis of Ennis, the guests of relatives here Sunday. Mrs. B. Mitchell from McHenry, was calling on relatives and old friends last week. Mr. and Mrs. Clellan Kyle and Mr. Church and Mrs. D. J. Flem ing of the Sharon neighborhood, attended services at the Christian ' church Sunday. An Easter-eghunt was given "by Mr. and Mrs. Lee Edwards at their beautiful country home Sunday af ternoon. were Master commissioner 12. Tay? lor made a record sale of coal lands at public auction last Monday, selling a tract of some 225 acres near Bcvicr at a rate pf about 55 an acre. This is a new top mark in the way of price, and shows that real values of coal lands are beginning to be appreciated. In a few Have. Earkley Bros, repair your Large line of collapsible gocarts years this will be doubled up s few flues, and prevent a fire loss. at Roark'si Price's iinht. times. j. Now If these Saturday Sales we are having were fire sales half burnt hp mtlse. you would break your neefcs after them, but when we offer you dependable merchandise for less than cqs.t you fail to see it as fujly as you shQuJd.. Qur qbjQcA is to yqt! to come tq see tjs, want tQ show you the nicest, Cleanest, best selected stock of Groceries In Greenville. All we ask is that you come; we will deliver it to you. Subscribe for w7fo Record Only $0c. mill is in oper Mrs. Jennie E. Roark has caladi ation; call on your merchants for um bulbs for sale at 10 cents each. White Flint meal. Also ready to furnish the public with chicken feed Telephone No. 108. and chopped corn. Fresh, smoked and salted meats jl a8 J. A. Shaver. of all kinds at J. E. Coombs & Co's Save your home by having your market. j0 20 flues repaired. Barkley BrWgdo Telephone that grocerywant 'to this work in best .manner, Joe Moxgai and get the brlgbtKi " Give us youriob work. at lowest prices, -, burr grist K Fiimiture, W&Jlpper, Shades, Moldings. Gr&,ve Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wr&pper.', Slippers, Fire losses i Vailts. Disinfection RO ARK Gcrmnny Are Quo lentil Thai of America. li-;.!ihI:- i i . of the fact that .n tuc lov.rs m Utc I tiitetl Stales are ;il).ut t n tiiius what they urc io (itriuuny, i an K found in the much lt eater rij)i;Mliiii for fires fi.vtd upon tenants, lmlcrs aiiri owners of lrojcrt alrt).Ml An American gentleman, tcnip r.i: .'.y living hi Herlhi, vas awakened by smoke and found that a Tiro originating in room over hi in was eating its way through the ceiling of his dining room. The blaze was extinguished with chemical Chicago next December 5th to 9th, aparatus without any water damage declare that the legality of the govand without needless destruction of ernment employing funds created by Meantime a walls and furniture. the sale of public lands and by bond careful investigation was made by issues for the reclamation of privateofficials and the next morning the ly owned southern swamp lands will man who turned in the alarm was without doubt be established within sent for and taken before a fire the next year. marshal with inquisitorial powers. Through the work of many in the The examination of all involved north who are interested in the re showed that the fire started in a hot clamation of southern lands as well coal which had dropped from u as western projects, and of southern laundry stove in the attic and rolled ers who are alike interested this year upon an unprotected wooden floor. in the work of the National Irriga The tenant proved that- the stove tion Congress, it is expected that at was an appointment ot the building, its December sessions there will be provided by the landlord, and that adopted resolutions urging that the it was neither his duty nor his priv National Congress be requested to ilege to change it. The landlord authorize a bond issue by the gov proved that he had recently pur ernment for the further reclamation chased the building under the usual of swam) lands of the south, the guarantee that all laws and ordin bond issue to be in proportion to anccs had been complied with in those which have been authorized rtie rnrt inn irt n nmSnt limn t Mint I 'w for the Reclamation Service in its this slove had not been changed and work of watering western arid lands, that his attention had not been there being over $50,000,000 avaii called to any condition involving n able in these funds. fire risk. The builder from whom The influence which the voice of the owner purchased was then called the Irrigation Congress will bring to and had to aunm that he was re bear in this undertaking is suggested sponsible for the setting of the stove by the fact that it was the congress as the police had found it, and that which first brought about, through he had violated the law in neglect its agitation, the Roosevelt Recla ing to provide a suitable mettnllic mation Act Later, at the in 1902. hearth of the required kind and di- - s . in .on. the con- I j j' j .1.- - n ' t. nen -. JlBBt resolutions requesting xms responsiuuny ws uruujriu ,:,,. ftVfirniinnt home to him by the assessment bQnd f(jr cXtension of thc against him of the damage to the rcclamalion work and lhis boml furniture and property of thc ten- - fg8Uc wng aluhoiized This rcsolu nnts, together with the estimated rca(, as folowg. --1.- "I think the time is ripe to turn thc attention ol to the south. Those hiih in the nlministrnlion of the Rovtrntmnt are Would Conic From Drainage of South Unawn to be favorable to the south in this respect, and It only remains for Its citizens ern Lands. to Ret busy to (Nit under wny extensive rninage schemes similar to those now The MisContending that it is ns logical bcinft undertaken in for the United States Reclamation sissippi Valley lands are more fertile than Service to take water oft swamplands those of any of the other southern states. Their drainage will add health, wealth as it is for Uncle Sam to put water on and proserity to the inhabitants and in western arid lands, many men prom vite new settlers. " The Illinois Central and the Yazoo & inent in commercial and professional circles who are identified with the Mississippi Vallev I .ins can be counted any movement m Hoard ol Control of the National Ir iivon to this direction." rigation Congress, which meets in VAST WEALTH hicntin western irrigation. red.im-ntionis111 U 8)i (Of & m has been before the public for 30 years, most of the time right on the spot where we are now located. Im constantly has been to sell thc best goods in our lines, at the most reasonable prices. Our services are of the highest grade, our wares the best, and our equipment compares with the best of the larger cities. We endeavor constantly to increase our usefulness. SL it Furniture, Moldings, Wall Paper We carry on our floors and in our ware- rooms thc largest variety of Furniturs in Our Claim On your patronage is based on a service thc duration of an ordinary life time, and a square deal assured every- one. The accumulated experience and knowledge of this third of a century are at your command. - 5 Muhlenberg. If we do not have what you want, we will get it for you. We have factory connections with makers of thc finest 00d3 in thc 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 Molding-stock- s arc always complete. Wallpaper is novr a staple article of mer chandise, hcing used all the year 'round. And we always have full selections, prices 5 cents and up per roll. 1 The S. L. ROARK FURNITURE tstalilisliea 13Z9 Lo. ORIEN L. ROARK, Manager Estate ' . Jm 9L LA tm "im- EALERS IREC TORS Distance Telephones: x &giavtj - - - temirnlttitg t Store ?2; Home 108 tSTOur Engraving Machine is the only one in this part of Kentucky, and we are exclusively prepared to supply individual Name Plates, which wc furnish on all outfits without extra cost. i l &! i i i & i fe i f &t &t & t t &f &t & si Undertaking and Embalming. Coffins in White Enamel and Stained ocuciuiLoui .. tltc alarm and extinguishing tnc lire, rounded out by an exemplary fine of o marks as a reminder that Herman laws are intended to be ob- served. Thc builder was not re- quired to pay for thc damage to thc undcr a policy corresponding to that building, it being held that while of thc reclamation of and lands by the owner had not committed the irrigation undcr the Reclamation violation of law which caused the Service. Such reclamation of swamp , , , ,. lands to be carried . and overflow r, . , lire, nc uau uecn neeiccuui in not I forward through " or in discovering and correcting it, and dividual owners, states and the Fed A precedent has for that reason should pay for his cral Government. own repairs. He was informed that been established, first, by passage o only the fact that he had owned the acclamation act; next, by use ot these Minus lauu building for a short time saved him owned tor inu iiutimiuu ui or in by states, corporations aucn laws dividual; finally, by thc authoriza irom a nnc in addition, and enforcement explain the per tion by Congress upon thc bond capita fire loss of 30cts. in Berlin issue of $20,000,000, which shall be in Chicago. American "free- - usetI lor reclamation ot and lands and A simi,ar proceeding to permit a doin" is not yet ready for. such re- bond issue of swamp lands owned fitrictions. but it .mvs for its iudc- pendence in a fire waste of a. quar- - b slatcs or individuals is all that is terof a billion dollars a year, to "pessary to start thc government say'nothiniiof the loss of life, and cxPerts tQ work on tne survus thchieh taxes made necessary by This ?f co,,rse' will be followed by ihe existence of such conditions. lar8c expenditures of money in thc If the person responsible for fire in consummation of projects now be this country were made to defray vontl t,,c individuals, corporations the cost of extinguishing thc blaze, Pr cvcn tuc states themselves. II was tllis work ol thc congress thc criminal carelessness which now the precedent exists would be greatly reduced, as that established would the taxes necessary for ihe through which it will this year again identify itself with thc move stfpport of the fire 'departments. ment for a greater expansion of thc work in the southlands. TUG RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED. I cmf-ililr- Varnish finish; Caskets in White Enamel, Natural Woods, White, Colored and Black and Copper Cloth Covered; 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' jeet to call anywhere. Tele 2?" Two Private phones, Store 72; Residence 108. l?on Residence 150 yards from store. Prompt service any hour day or night. mcnacc l0 jlUuic health connected with our vast areas of swamp and The J. L. ROARK ESTATE. overflow lands, we request our re ORIEN I. ROARK. Manner. piCSCntalives Ml the Con t nmcc tr tol'f nntinn Innl'inn . rIfflmsl.ion of sueh landb. JUST RECEIVED Many Patterns of 1911 Wallpaper COME and SEE THEM for otdv ?-- v Thc recular pric? isSioo. Those vIn brinp or mail fyXlf&&&P&lWt9'WB29WB9fBBini jed Long-Distan- NEW YORK 18 CLIPPER THE GREATEST THEATRICAL ft SHOW PAPER IN THE WORLD. $4.00 Per Year. ISSUED Single Copy, 10 Cts. WEEKLY. FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (Ud i'tTRLISUEKS, ALBERT J. HOME. Yc-4? W. SSiu St. S ujjunxs. Sample Copy Free. iw 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE dearrlntlon Anronosf mllng n pltctrh nnd frco wiictlior ram an .:imoii nulrklr Ascertain r r pnlontabln. ir.munlci. iiiToiitlon is iirolmniT tfiii5itrictlyriiiUlcnii.J. HANDBOOK cnl'ntcnta ecut froo. 'l10Jt ni:piiry for ectinnc patents, l'ntcnta taken throucti Munn 4 l o. rccctro tpteial node;, wmioui cnnrcci. la ino handsomely tllnstratcd woeilr. TJireest of nnr urientlUr Journal. Terms, t3 n yenr: lour ruontha. tL Sola byall newsdonlora. A Copyrights &c. DCSIGNS ii r MlJHfJSCo.36lBroad ppncU Offlco. G New York F 8U Wnsfcinston. D.C. One of the most prominent Chicagoans vII be identified with the Irrigation Con MonOIl RoitlC Announces NCW Schedule gress and in the effortsof the organization , . to nave 'Authorized ultimately n govern -r w i iuiw uuy uuj duuuuuuu 11 iii. hnent bond issue for work bv the United States Government in the south, is W: 1....4 I O- -, . r I 4lll, llllllUI Xr ui IUC lin..: .l.alf D..il. v it FIRST CLASS LIVERY SERVICE HIGH GRADE 1 1 ft,'.---. 1 .fiilrfil nnil 1 wnn v iMic:itnm Vll-11 " w.n ..BU(.uiuriu sc.. uuKcib i.. uciwecu Mr. Park is the Chairman t f 5. Louisville and Chicogo at ,SO one hhc Atteiidaiice and Transportation Com vay, int5tcad of $8 as formerly, and mittee tor the Board oj Control. Dunn Sis;rduud trio, uood ledars return- - "16 year he expects to create a great deal ' iere m ne " roug noui me ing; instead of i6. Matrons arc of- . , . inuuiu. mc iincuuy us wiiiicu me gov- icicu cAbcpiiuuauy (Juuu Lernors of various states, ndinreiit tn hie the Monon, which on night trains iU6St calling attention to the interest of from Louisville operates Compart- - southern states in drainage, and urging Pullmans, that a strong delegntfoirbe arranged for, mcnt and Drawing-roo,lie cni in heijig to obtain national .,c,ni e(,n;.,i,t on .n oc iv. ....11 t I CLOSED CARRIAGES fflreJ. L. ROARK ESTATE CUMBERLAND Feed and Jiitch business solicited, ai)d given careful attention ro. JVS2 Day or Nii;hJ. Teiepljonp TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH (loCORrOItATIlD) GO. Thc largest line of the host baby .i.m. ...... ,mu hrimjonsfavoriiiicwoik iii tin- - southern jng cars, and the very finest modern, tielJs. wch ns cie adopted at a prcUi.t. ranijgea in town ai on display at Roaik's. new coaches, lnquiiies cheerfully congress 12. II.J3acon, D. P. A , "There are vast areas of the most fertile answered land in the world, which, throughout the If you have a watch or clock out louisviHe, Ky. south, will not probably be brought under uf running order, jewelry to be immediate cultivation unless borne Ho matter what typewriter you ue or sewing machines out of t lan is ucrked out b which rribbphtfor it are in stock at this the government can- - assist," said Mr. si&rice, brin thera to McCracken Park, who has for many years been prom- - and get fistclass guaranteed work. u- ...... ....vu . eior .' I !iciinlrini' vv llinimrh n t7.iiiliircmHiit anywhere in Southern Indiana, Southern Illinois, Kentucky, Tenness. o, IVIississIppl aicl Louisiana. 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