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TUB RATI: TO CHICAGO RliDUCIiD. Quite Literal. She (Indignantly) Look at this piece of goods whloh has jost coma out of tho wnshtub! How could tho man Monon Route Announces New Schedule who sold It to mo tell mo the colors wore fast 7 of Fares One Way and Round Trip. Ho I euppoeo bocouse ha know how thoy could run. Muhlenberg Cstinty is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clay. i i HhiiMrfrt:.f ?,etc., and the most inviting field in Ken- .. i C VOL. XIII. NO. M). s 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE Mb! tin RrtTr mi mmimairn i requires considerable engineering ex perience the fanner does not and Is not expected to have. It Is no reflection upon him to say he Is not a road bulkier nny more than it would be to question his ability in IN carpentry. To have tho best superviSPENT HALF THE MONEY PUBLIC ROADG IS THROVN sion the township or road district is AWAY. too small a unit. The mileage is too limited to make It, practical to have an experienced road builder in charge. present thought is that the Hence 'GOOD ROADS UNIVERSAL CRY county the should bo the road district, or perhaps there m!ght ho two districts The road super-vlfo- r In large counties. Everybody Wants Somctlilng Done, should be a capable, experienced but Nearly Every Community Is engineer employed by tho year, or tho Groping In the Dark Time to Face searcn. Let him get the necessary About and Try for Better Results. tools, men and team and do the work when it ought to be. done. When grading Is necessary, the earlier in tho By HOWARD H. GROSS. spring It Is done tho bettor. The surNo ono who Is fnmilinr with tho way face ought not to be disturbed aftor road work hns been handled for tho the first of July. lam twonly years will disputo that The first and most important step half of, tho tlma a'nd money oxnonded upon our public roads by the hit and IstoiuI drainage. No drain, no road. important to haro It mls methods employed has boon onoisin exceedingly knows his business. charge who waited.. Most observers will say the waste Is even greater. The country As road drainage will be treated at length in another article, the writer 90,000,-000- . over, the outlay approximates will not elaborate upon it at this time. Wo have gone on from genera-tloThe drains can be laid at any season to goneratlon pursuing: this plan, or rather lack of plan. It when tho frost Is out of the ground. Culvorts can bo built, the ronds drog Is a most unbusinesslike! and proceeding. No business en- ged, weeds cut, etc. This will givo terprise could last a year with such a work from oarly spring until fall. With the county as a unit, plan n made A calculation fearful waste. campaign of grading and with great caro by one of the best authorities in tho state, contends the di- draining, beginning with tho main rect waste on Illinois roads by doing rt s and extending the work in tho n repro-honnlbfive-ye- The Monon Route announces that it will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago at $6 one To Do This Year wny, instead of $8 as formerly, and by way of making your business suc- $12 round trip, good 30 days returncessful and your domestic life fujl of ing, instead of jt6. 1alrons arc offered exceptionally gbod service by pleasure, if you are not supplied with the Monon, which on night trains telephone service of the Cumberland fiom Louisville operates CompartTelephone & Telegraph Company? ment and Drawing-rooPullmans, Everyone should have a telephone. as well as the usual straight sleeper. You are connected with all outside The day trains have Parlor and Dinimportant points in local connections ing cars, and the veryifincst modern, with all residences and business housnew coaches. lntpuiics cheerfully es. For any information call mananswered by li. II. Bacon, D. P. A , ager, Louisville, Ky. Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Co". Incorporated. Save your home by having your What Are You Going Hi 1 1. flues repaired. Harkley Bros, this work in best manner. do They can't stand against this matchless broom of the blood. Out they go, along wim me uoumeb xney cause, sucn as pimples, boils, sores, eczema, malaria, rheumatism and kidney disorders. It makes a clean sweep. salt-rheum, ELECTRIC AH As filth flies before the broom, so do disease germs, effete and impure marter ana toul humors in the blood fly before CLEANING TIME BITTERS BY Furniture, Moldings, Wall Paper We carry on our floors and in our ware-roo- J. H. HAYES Painter and Interior : It euros quickly and euros to stay. It gives glorious hoalth and vigor to tho woak, sickly and PRICE 50c AND SI.OO PER BOTTLE run-down. SOLD ASra GUARANTEE "Ml' f-s- - V t B Country School. House op Bad Road, Near Conklln, Tenn. the largest variety of Furniturs in Muhlenberg. If wc do not have' what you want, we will get it for you. We have factory connections with makers of the finest goods in the country, and through "Our Special Order Department" can supply any exclusive articles at lcs3 prices titan city stores or mail order houses. Our Picture and Room Molding-slock- s arc always complete. Wallpaper is now a staple article of merchandise, being used all the year 'round. And we always have full selections, prices 5 cents and up per roll. DrtiggistSo Decorator. : DENTIST. Crown ;iinl Driilye Work done prices. OiUco up DR. J8 W. BARLOW, at reasonable litiilOingr. stairs, in tUcJuiiL'H Greenville, Ky. I!ie lb' OR. 1. J. SLAT0W, k IBGfS & .Shannon io ttf mm) I3 li't--i Ofticr Malu-eros- clu n nnd Surgeon . WAUH atreet near JIalu street, I s CAM HOWARD. II. GRAY. (? F;ttjtaif - - Enrjntlmirj HOWARD & GRAY, (& I?"Our Engraving Machine is the only one in this part of Kentucky, and we are exclusively prepared to supply individual N&me Plates, which we furnish on all outfits without extra cost. A Little Good Pain in Time Saves $ $ $ Vliea yaarbci!tngir.aed panting, every djy'r daisy cosU yu 3037. Thcjun, ram, snow and frost etc netting m thoir weik. JLurabcr cotU (on swell to' let it decay Ir wajif n iSin ptucx. - LAWYERS. Office in Grcrn Building, opposite LaMcaic Hotel. In (ft We announce to our lic that our stocks of ments are larger and ever in our history. fine of :- -: trade and the pubgoods in all departbetter selected than We carry a varied :- -: DRS. HELTSLEY & HELTSLEY OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS GENERAL MERCHANDISE . Undertaking arid Embalming.,,. and can supply most of the wants of the Ct3ih io White Enamel anS Stafhcd' Office &t Home, East Main-croStreet. It would be harfl to llnd it greater contrast thn tin two pfrturos In this .trtiol Vajuhh fini9h; Caskets in White Enamel, out rt. Vc v c n- laiug btii gosd p st out Hats, Etc., we offer large selections. how. They are only a few inlloa upnrt. In ono there is nn air of ahlftlesHncca, vvcr!;. . Tclcphono No. 78. Natural Woods, White, Colored and Black while in the other thero Is evidence of thrift, progress and refinement. Can any ono . doubt which is the better school or which community gets the most out of llfo. In Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Farm Cloth Covered; and Copper StrMhj Furs lined airtight Caskets; all lengths, and Implements and such goods our stocks the wrong thing, or If porclumco do- order of Importance. In a county of regular, extra and double extra widths. IVh'TE LEAD ing the right thing, then doing it nt ten to fifteen townships, one good en -: are especially strong. constantSteel Grave Vaults of all sizes Purs Uncssd OH, Faro Turpentino gineer with three or four gangs ol tho wrong time, causes a loss of and the roost cponaiv j colors HETWliKX men with machinery, each having a ly in stock, for immediate delivery. In all departments prices will be found per day! Burial Robes, Wrappers, Suits, Dresses, . Tis tind of p;int wc wc never ctJu or In no dopnrtinont of administration good foreman, in three or four roars the lowest, and your visits will be highly will rcoorc it. ales - oaly year of Louisville havo wo ifioro signally failed thnn in will make such a showing, that people Slippers, etc., in large variety. and Chicago t will wonder they ever tolerated tho Let u Syiw with yen when rssdy to highdealing with the quostion of the -: -: appreciated. Our two licensed Embalmcrs respond at 15 EST LINK TO ways. It is time' to face about and old hit and miss methods. and durable 'V; gas"uitfc a once to calls for such services. IT tho method suggested was adoptreesonzLl;. Don't put it olf. mako on effort to get better results. Our general equipment is complete and California and the Is It any wonder people are "sore" ed and followed, It would at least dou- of highest grade. ble tho resulttttor the taxes now paid. whon it comes to paying road taxes? We have a Funeral Car in service, sub- Telephone No, 254, Vast Northwest By having regular employment; both .They have been at it for generations the men and horses would become ject to call anywhere. nnd with here and there an exception, 3P"Two Private tho roads nre no bettor than they were proficient and do mora In a day than daily tho "greenhorn" would do in two days, New stock sewing machine needles Two trains to begin with. Store 72; Residence zoS. vvt nave jusl uuucu an unuciituvmy ucyaiimam io our and the work- will be far better done The question now is whnt Epeclfic French Lick and West Badeli Springs. Residence 150 yards from store. at Roark's for all machines. "q business, and will carry a comprehensive line of Coffins, Cas- things shall be done in order to get as woll. Prompt service any hour day or night. The above outline is for tho treat bettor results. The first step in the fj kets, Robes, Suits, Wrappers and Dresses. Also have a Hearse Tbe J. L. ROARK ESTATE. writer's opinion is to wipe out the ment of earth roads. When tho time UNION STATION, f in on call anywhere. Orders in this line given prompt labor system of "working out" the tax conies, nnd come It will, when tho ORIEN L. ROARK. iUmtr. LOUISVILLE. main roads will have to have a hard, by tho annual picnic or tnlkfest, that '.? and careful attention any hour day or night: D'BAIUIORN STATION, usually takes place in the early fall ?mooth wearing surface of stone, CHICAGO. ("1 Tln-- i g:?vol or brick; all of the work preVn t Tnfnnhnnn-- . tSlAH lf when everybody turns out to nu. It is a very serious matter to ask ui nu. lcicpiiuiie iiuiK, iiu. i. viously done as above set forth, will tho road. Thore is no definite for one medicine and havo the plan; the practice is to plow and be valuable as a preparation for tho wrong Dinin? and Parlor Cars. scrape, and fill the center of tho road permanent road. For this (ft & SHANNON CO. 5 1 reason one given you. in buying 1 The inauguration of such a plan will with sod, 'weeds, brush and earth, we urge you Palace Drawing Room Sleepers ninklng what beforo was a poSsable appeal to the people; thoy will see to be careful to get the genuine Mi hey nre getting something for the DEPOY, KENTUCKY road ono that is impassable. The E. H. BACON, D. P. A., io take Cardtii, for your fomalo money paid. Their attitude will season prevents a proper of tho HV BLACK-OraugHN. W. Cor. 4th and Market Sts. troubles, becau3 wc aro sure it T settlement before the heavy fall rains change from ono of hostility to friendLOUISVILLE. KY. nnd this is of much A will help you. Remember that and tho winter Eets in. The weeds, ly Liver Medicine Importance. The writer once saw ar jj this great femab remedy sod and biush arc suro to make trouThe reputation of this old, reliable for a year or more. Many a time enterprising farmer who had a road ble medicine, for constipation, inthe writer has observed a bunch of drag? Ho took it out In a rain storm digestion and liver trouble, io firmmen and teamB do a hundred dollars' and dragged a mile of road, goljg ly established. It docs not imitate Torth of damage to work out a fifty- - twice over it until It was ir his lan- other medicines. It is better than others, cr it would not be tho favorite liver powder, with a larger I:aa brought relief to thousands of p! calc than all others combined. ! IS THE GREATEST :!her tick vomen, so why not to g rz sold in Towrj j .yui? F or hcadacho, backache, THEATRICAL SHOW PAPER j :oriodic?.l fcms!o vcak- 1 t -- .J 1L. THE WORLD. iiasst liivuy navo taiu h u uio best madidm to ial;e." Try It .$4.00 Per Year. Single Copy, 10 Cts, Happy the girl, or woman, who never suffered CARTER $10,-,00- 0 Monon Route -- yi paL-v- :- :- job-p- rices Undertaking D enartment Long-Distan- ft ft ft ft ft iii ft - sei-vic- "im-pfoi- Very Serious ft ft ft ft ft mii, it i ft ft on The BRIDGES Into-ncB- s NEW YORSC CLIPPER m ISSUED WEEKLY pjs, Be Happy ! has 1 f" f i WOOL Being WE BUY Sample Copy Free. FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO. IUJERTJ. BOSIE. lUXXGKR. 47 W. S6TU Sr. , NBW YOEX JTHLISUERS, (Ltd, UDJQJCLCU hr'nrllfr H H ct iiikii TSWtfll tunnll-n- i Kelerer.cc: acr . "N AT Dealers. do t w- -j FACTORY PRICES GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS . from Or, if she has been a sufferer, happy is she if she, has learned of the wonderful benefits of Cardui, the woman's tonicl . .. a ii- r i i k. dium ib a genue, ionic remeay, ior women s ailments, gra feg It 13 a natural medicine safe, harmless, purely vegetable. Ii has been m successful use for more than 50 years. It has cured thousands. It should do the same for you. 'any of the disnases of womanhood! nt can w..m.,.r...i ' UTImT nrfflmmwimn raffrl-jnbank ia Lcnisrillt. We Icrnish l...... W,:i.r,,.,:..t:.i i6Kt .iiu;iuu ai'tr 0 No. 270 Wc ship al' vehicles Direct from cur Factory C. O. I), to Consumer Mibjtct to examination and npprovnlonjoclijsfi It ia of the greatest importance to the Globe IlusWy & Hnrness Co. to have every one who ileal with us a ph -- :cU anil Satisfied Customer. No effort Uspaictl to maiie TAKE jI.SABEL6:S0NS l,,ab.J III"! W 1MB Loaisrille, Kf. WJ LIJJ81 The oman'sTonk Cedar Grovo School House, Near Knoxvillc, Tenn. dollar road tux. The storlos told, tho Etunts of wrestling, Jumping and other nthlotlc diversions, mako it a holiday, enjoyed by every one. There in hut ono thing to do: Collect all the road taxes in cash and pay to have the work done under tho host supervision obtainable. This working out the road tax dutos hack beforo tho war, when there was very little money In circulation, and it was next to impossible for the people to pay tho tax in any other way. It Is differont now. The labor system has outlived its uaefulness and should SO. ' Road building, oven 1 a dirt road,; cuage as smooth as n ribbon. No cooner had ho turned in under cover than ho saw a neighbor with two teams coming down over the road, undoing all ho had done. The comment made would not lo,ok woll in print. If the party in question had anv appreciation of the ntness of thing, ho would have driven along the tide of the roRd, and loft the dragged Furfac? to it would shed water and dry smooth. A fine with -- osts would have been a good lesron. Tho sentiment Is everywhere for bottor highways. "Good Roeds" is the universal cryover body wants some thing done, but nearly every commu five-doll- 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Costs veiTllttlo.iirovosvory cntls-fiictu- ry enr-don- P'ul doarrlptlon may rrco whether ail T"' " h" .t! i. i t i,iv . .itr.iialilo. O'miniuiile.1. .hv Invention il. '1H0IJCQK oul'nteuto tl um t net l WTii troo. iMest ,irn. v f or eccurunr patonts. Vo. receive t'nl onto taken tlmmrU J!;mi tit tho ipecinl nnttct, TflUinut 'mm Anor.sCMi!ii mr CopvniGUTs Tradc Marks Designs S.c. Wo innUo foHohisr for lawns, floor ynnlH, Iiill. Uos and poultry. Vrlto for cntalor. for limns. ctiKir ynnlr. s. DcKalb, UNION FENCE CO., 111. Ijireet cirA linndRomely IllnstrniPd vrpetlr. culation of nnr p. k'fiimo l ioriml. 'l'crni. .1 a rwir: tout luoiiilis, $L Soli Uy all tiownlonler.. Kansas City, Mo. HIUHNSCo.3310'8 Uraaca OHlco, (25 V flew York each shipment such excellent value in quality of material, workmanship, fuii&h and xtvle of vehirlc that it will be a Itini! A(lvcrti"cnunt , nnd orinRusmany orders in return. If wc picas-youby sellinpryott nu honestly made btippy and tit a price less the Middleman's IVofll. you will recommend oni iikmIi to your tKijthlw.r. Our tiuarnnlee isaltlutelv as Rood to our customers ns It would b.-- to a dealer. If ortdmire not w rep-rte- n ted your money is returned to ou. You tako no risk. Wo initnufacture Iionest Vehicle nnd Harness. avo our customerH money, fill onlrrs promptl. Write for our Free ltujWy nnd Harness Oatalotiiie. GLOBE BUGGY S, HARNESS C0JS1PAN' 0WENSB0R0. KENTUCKY Mrs. Mary Neely, of Denver, Tenn., says, "I think there is no tonic on earlh, as good as Cardui. I used it with the very best results. I had backache and nearly everything a woman could suffer with, until I took Cardui. Now, I feel belter than I have for two years. I shall always recommend Cardui to other suffering women. I can't praise it too highly. As a medicine for weak, tired, worn-owomen, Cardui is safe and reliable. Try it, today. ui Write ts: Ladta Ad iiory Dot.. Chatlanoosa JAsdicins Co., Chattaaoosa. Tenn. for SpeciaUnstractfons, and book, "Ham;: Treatment lor Vomen," sent free. J 5 SU Wasbloston. 1). C. Subscribe for Trte Record Only 50c, 't-'-- v "3grA y:v - v 4 f HE Ail Long-Distan- RECORD ; Independent Newspaper. runLUiicu ALLISON FAMILV THE tin? Ftictors in Muienbercs Pioneers 2 7 Some weeks ago Young K. Allison, three of whom died in early life. of Louisville, who is an associate Two daughters survive 111 the county, O EN 1.. ltOAHK. OWXH IttCE, Pearl Secretary. editor of the Insurance Kicld, a trade Mrs. Belle Duvall and Mrs. Proahlcnt. journal of prominence, was in Green- Klkins. KOAKK, ISlHTOK. OrIEN John A. Allison was a good citiville on a visit to relatives. Mr. AlTelephone, No. 72. lison is a son of Young E. Allison zen, of moral habits, and a man of OBlce lwMw nunx roar f Ure. trrouol floor. He Sr., who was born and reared in good sense and information. was of jovial tempcrmcut: it seemed 50 aiTS PER YEAR. IK ADVANCE. Muhlenberg county. Samuel Allison, the father of to do him great good to gel a crowd T12KM13. Young IC. Allison Sr., was born in of people around him and tell anecTho HHltsxrlptlon prlcp of tin pnner l pnya Wo in iitlTnuee, nnl when the lime liw expired Ireland and came, with his patents, dotes and jokes. He was full of wit to vhlc'.i It U pitltl, the ptiper will l)c Mopped. and of quick discernment; he was OtvrilH of tluinkx, obituary nolloes, etc.. If not to this country and located in North free, le louder tlmn ten Hue, willlnt puMlNheu HiieeecU-lu- a In after years he came to rather timid and bashful man. Wc Caiolina. minle for ehnrjre of Sc. pe.r line will linos. No variation of thU rule to anyone. Tennessee and there married Mar- have heard him say that he always Kroe snuiplc copies will be imillml. Advertisement will lie Inserted. A rate card garet Dixon, and in 1S01 they came disliked to approach a crowd of peowill be furnished on request. that his hands seemed to be AildreiM nil eotnninttleatloiif and make all re to Muhlenberg county and located ple, llEi OHO PRESS, oilttunccs payable to Ureuvllle, Ky. nout four miles southwest of Green greatly in his way and he did not ville, near where the Friendship know what to do with thtm. THURSDAY, 0C10GIR 19, Simuel Allison Sr. settled in a At this place church now Mauds AlliMiti uiid his wife liwd, neighborhood wan other pioneer Samuel Kutcrod-a- t the Creonrltle. Ky.. itoMolllce as died and were buried. Samuel Al- settlers who raised families that grew inuttur. lison died in 1827, his wife in 1S34. up with the Allisons. These families New York was To Samuel and Margaret Dixon Al- were that of Henry Black, Jerry Tub honesty of disclosed by ihe fact that when a lison were bojn and reared. five sons Langley, Matthew Rice, Kcnnad Hay and Richard Reynolds all Df citizen found a $10 hill on ihe streci and one daughter. Charles M., the oldist son, born whom were good men. The young he gave it to a policeman to be reit.cn that grew up in the same neigh 706; died 1S15. stored to the owner; and the enter William Dixon, the second son, borhotd with the Allison bovs were by prise of the city was exhibited Wiley, Rincheon and Charles Hay, the fact that as so in as the sloi born 79S; tlietl 1S60. Young E., the third son, born Henry, Felix and Nathan Black, was known nearly hqlf the populaJohn, Thomas and George Reynolds, tion put in a c'aim for the money. 1S01; died 1S74. and Sylvanus A., the .fourth son, born William, Wesley John c Lnngley, Rcson, William and John Marshall Haklan, the 1S03; died 1S75. oldest member of the Supreme Rice; all these sons of pionSamuel H., the fifth son: born Court of the United Slates, died at 1805; date of death unknown to eers became prominent men. Out his home in Washington City last writer. ot the sixteen mentioned ten became Saturday, after an illness of less than Nancy R., bom 1810: died 1S64. professional men. There is no other He had a week from bronchi i Samuel Allison Sr. was said to be neighborhood in the county that has served on' the bench for almost 34 a man of rare wit and humor. It is produced a belter set of men than years, and only two men had served sud that in the last cars of his life were produced in the Sam Allison longer, and that by only a ftw he had a spell of sickness during neighborhood. The Black bo)s months. Judge Harlan was a na- which, at one time he was thought grew up and left the county. Felix tive Kcntuckian, being born in to bedding. His friends gathered Black became a prominent MethodUoylc county, antl was one of our around him and while some of them ist preacher and located in Cincinmost distinguished sons. He was a were I ending down watching him, nati. Henry Black became a Cumbright man, earnest and honest, and he made a sudden loud puft at them berland Presbyterian preacher and his career on the bench was one of which at once dispelled their grief. located in Illinois. Nathan became which atiy man ni'ght be proud. John A. Allison, a son of Samuel fa lawyer of distinction and located Me was a Christian gentleman of Allison, Jived and died in Muhlen- in western Kentucky. Wesley and the highest and best type, and it was berg county. He was married in Sylvanus Lang'ey went south. W. Iloften said of him "he ke:ps the John 1825 to Fanny Watkins, who wag ia m remained in the county. in one hand and the constitution born in 1803 and died in 1SS7. She Reynolds located at Jopkinsvillc, in the other." was a daughter of James Watkins, Ry. Thomas became a Methodist of English descent. They settled prcscher and located in Louisiana. Y. M. C. A. NOTES. ; about two and one half miles west George went to Illinois. Wiley Hay A short service of about half an ot Greenville, where they lived and remained in the county and became hour will be held on Sunday after- died. They were buried at the old a prominent man. Kincheon benoon, iii the interest of liiblc study. Libgrty church burying ground. came a Baptist preacher and located Charles became a tui- 'Ill i.'J a jIwh Tu Juh:i A. d' i'.uiay Watkins Al- - in Illinois. 'M.. W. C. Duu.a-.italkon"The Importance of Bible ison were born and reared four sons berland Presbyterian preacher and located in the western part of KenStudy." Mr. T. O. Jones will speak and one daughter. briefly on "The Henefits of SysteJames W., the oldest son, was tucky. Dixon. Young and Samuel matic Bible Study." born in 1S26 and died in 1870. In Allison located in Henderson coun The Association has planned to iS,9 he married Laura A. Martin, a ty Ky., where Dixon became the Uible daughter of Hutson Martin. conduct three systematic They Circuit clerk and Young the County classes this season. If you have remained m Muhlenberg county un- clerk, which offices they held for .never been in one of these classes til 1S55 whcn they moved to Mis- many years. They all raised famiyou should be present at this meet- souri, where James Allison and sev- lies, the history of whom we are not ing and hear the plan presented. eral of his children died, after which informed. Reson Rice, who married Louise There will be a class for seniors his wife came back to Kentucky, taught by Mr. T. N. Belcher. where she now survives in Greenville Black, remained in the county and Their theme will be "The Social at the occ of eiehtv-fivShe settled near the old Black home Teachings of Jesus.." This is an up brought back with her two children, stead.. He was a man of fine sense to date course and is very interest- a son, B. F. Allison, now residing and information but he had an awking and. instructive. Also a class in Oakland, California, a daughter, ward appearance and niovement, and High Annie, who afterwards married and and in a common way was not a for the intermediate School Boys, taught by Mr. C. W. in a short time died in 18.90. glib talker. Upon one occasion he Taylor, and wjll study the course Finis M., the second son of John had a lawsuit of some interest and "Life .Questions." This is one of Allison, u'aa bom in 1S29 and died acted as his own attorney in the the most important courses which in Greenville, Ky. in lflSi. When gasc, having studied law some but jhc committee has mapped out for young he was made a deputy clerk had never practiced; and when he our uec. under Charles F. Wing and served assumed his case the judge and lawThe Junior class will be taught by several years. He also studied law. yers seemed to be amused as if they Secretary Anderson and the course In 1852 he went to California and expected some fun, as Rice was a will be announced on Sunday after in 1Q54 returned to Kentucky and little slow in getting off. But as the noon. This is the "Little Fellows" located at llorsantown. Butler case proceeded Rice began to handle class and wc are often overlooked, county, where he was elected Cir ft wjth porjsitjcrablc skill, and when but when the season is over and the cuit and County clerk, which offices he made his speech he straightened penant is awarded to the best class he held for sever. I years. In 18G5 up and with the fire of his unexpectjn attendance, etc., wc expect to be he came to Greenville and .com- - ed eloquence astonished the who'e among the foremost. uienf-s.the practice of law. In outfit and won his case. He was These classes arc not for Y. M. 1867 he was eleutcd p the State afterwards regarded as a man cf C. A. members 01.lv, but every man Senate, afterwards was appointed ability. rind boy in Greenville and vicinity I ouacco inspector and then ap In the conclusion of this artulc is invited to enter the class into pointed United States Commission we shall add that all these sons of which he belongs. Be sure to at- er, afterwards practiced law until his pioneers mentioned would gather at tend tfie meeting Sunday afternoon death. He was married, in to the, old log school house in the whether you .expect to enter a class Julii A. Burks, a daugh'crof Foster neighborhood of Samuel Allison, or not. Of course you will want to James, of Butler county: she died where they learned their first lessons get in the class to which you belong during the year 1900; to them were from Kennard Hay, a school teach and help them win the penuant. born and reared six children, three er. The school house was also ured All men and boys arc very earnestly sons and three daughters, Finis, for teligious worship, and was called invited and requested to be present John and James; Lucy, Alice and Hickory Withe, and there they on Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock Naoir. Fiuis became a doctor and would carry on debating societies preacher and died m the western every year and by practice some of Our readers should not overlook part of the stale. John was a prom them became good speakers and in the article by Rondo in this issue inent lawyer and practiced law in after years became distinguished as It is one of the mojit interesting Greenville, where he died in 1903 speakers, These sons of the pion things he has writteu in conic time James went to Chicago, where he eer families of the Samuel Allison Lucy married Joseph neighbhood have long since dis in 1898. Judge O'Rear spoke to a large died Frazler and wtul to Texaf. Two appeared from the walks of life. crowd here last Thursday afternoon After the death of Samuel Allison daughters arc now living in Greenin his interest as candidate for Gov ville, Mrs. Alice Stokes and Mrs. and his wife, the old homestead ernor, and for the remainder of rhe passed into the hands of John Sta Noami Lovell. Republican ticket. This wan hi Samuel 1L, the third son of John pics who reared a large family on it, first appearance in the county in a Allison, bom 1S32, left the state in where he built a horse mill which public address, and the first time early manhood and died in Wiscon- was run for years. At this old horse that most of his listeners had heard mill John A. Allison, Reson Rice sin in 1855. him. He is a clear, logical talker William, the fourth son of John and John Staples would often meet and thinker, and Ids tali: impressed aud discuss history, religion and Allison, born 1839, died at the people with his earnestness and politics; they were all well poste I in Ky., iri.1875. lionesty, and he made fijends here. Annie L., daughter of John Alli- such matters. After the Staples lie is not an orator, and makes no son, born in 1855, married Britton family had abandoned the Allison homestead it passe into different pretense or effort in that direction Davis in 1859 aud died in 1886. hands and is now owned by one i)Ut he leaves a lasting impression on lo them were born liye children, WilliamMcWirter. Rondo. those who .hear. htra. RECORD PRESS, 111 tiiuusuith ht SATURDAY BARGAIN: MUHLENBERG COUNTY I. BRIZENDINE9S New SAVING ANK Greenville, Ky (ftp Oil m to a g 5 Cents a Paokage The best goods. customer. Only one package future Banking business. THOS. E. SUMNER, Cashier. Appreciating your past patronage we solicit all or part of your nrriiii'in'wu'ri'.iiiii Tho quality or Lamp Oil you use counu Immensely for or against your comfort ana Iicaltli. There's a perfect oil niado for people v;ho Give thought. It Is HOCond-uluN- mm fi rcHnM fmra Pennsylvania CruJo Oil tho best over made. Full, while Ham' never flickers no soot no odor. 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The new Edison flazda gives twice as much light as the ordinary incandescent lamp but consumes no more current. and let us. prove to your Come in satisfaction that the yew Edison Flazda is nil wc claim, to-d- ay PKINCIPAXj Hop-kmsvtll- e, GreesviiCe Llgfit & Water (0. I BUSIiSTESR OOLIjEGID. Socpntl nnd Wajnui $treetq. LOUISVILLE. KY. t L fl , ''-'"'."'- 'I .'1 -- v; a. ' Ml It - I'l ffc3 ii. .. c Woman Socialist Speaks. Special Commissioner's Sales, ROYAL BAKING POWDER i Absolutely Pure 4 Economizes Butter, Flour, Eggs; makes the food more appetizing and wholesome The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar editor of the Rip-Saa Socialist paper published in St. Louis, was here Monday, and spoke in the afternoon and evening at the court house. She drew the largest number of people to town that have greeted a speaker this fall, g and her talks were full of sofacts. Her maimer of lution lacked somewhat in clearness, but her contentions of corruption were clear-cu- t and unmistakable, and she lelt no doubt in the minds of her listeners that political, com mercial and social conditions were such as to warrant the greatest anxiety, and an cflort to nut things to rights. The Socialist party has dc- clopcd woiulciful strength in the past few years, and its growth here as kept up with other sections. I'he leaders here claim that 500 votes will l.c cast at this election for the Socialist candidates, and everyone concedes that unless there is a ellection this will not be far from the number. Mr.4. thought-provokin- O'llara, Hopkins Circuit Court. R. E. DONNELL, IN EQUITY. INKERMAN BAILEY, &c PItff. Deft. I.C. R. tt. m LOCAL TIME CARD. Fire at Central City. T V ' ' ,t 3 V southern bank thereof, general course S 7ti poles to'a stake and K.lt Give your job printing orders to the fork thereof and continu- The Record. NOItTII HOC ing on up the southern and southeastern bank of the northern fork of said .11 25 am 122 Louisville Impress. Sec Coombs & Cot before you l.SI juu 102 rinolimatl Kxjiri'sH branch with its meanders general l.liS inn 101 Louisville Llmitt il o 27 sell your beef hides. K 20 poles N 70 K I I course, S .IS 7.15 im 134 Central City ueeomuuMlatloii poles to the center S 31 VI 2S mii'Tii nor mi. poles Ml. Rainfall has been plentiful lately. thence with line of said 1.15 Pnilucah and Clro nroitiu 5.15 am 12.10 lin 121 Fulton necoiiuniMlntiou poles to the intersecsaid lineS ;M 3.10 put 101 New Orleans special tion with the south line of said ICKl X. O. We arc likely to have some interiee. (Louisville passr. only) 1.20 am W.O.CRAwroiiD. Ajt. JuueS, llll. thence SO feet to the begin- est in the race for city councilmcn. ning, containing exclusive of the church lot and railroad Typewriter ribbons, all machines, acres. There being reserved out 2" of said boundary the church lot, as lo at Roark's cated in the X. W. corner thereof, and Sec Briz's Saturday specials. Three tickets will be in the field for it is understood that the Louisville good is A We leave it to you to say how Nashville Railroad Co. has a right- - city offices, and there is already our furniture polish. We know it is the The election comes on Nov. 7, a y across this boundary "10 feet in some interest and much talk over best we can buy, And sell under a guaran width on each side of the center of late as possible in the month. the matter. tee. If not the best you ever used, return said tract. and get your money quick and pleas SISCOND: Also all the coal and mi Oysters, Celery, Fish at Coombs Friendship Notes. ROARK. antly. ing and mineral privileges belonging & Co. Rev. Pilbro, of Hopkins County, filing of this suit to at the date of the For a firstclass shave, up to date defendant, Inkermau Uailey, Sr. in, to filled Rev. R. C. Allen's appointorCoal haulers arc getting rush hair cut, electric massage, good and under a tract of about 2700 ncres ment Saturday and Sunday. ders right along now. of laud, situate, lying and being on School is progressing nicely with shoe shine, hot, cold and shower the waters of Pogue's Pond. Clear and baths, go to Sam R. Martin's barber Rose Creeks, in Hopkins County, Ken Miss Zora Langlcy as teacher. Fish Wednesday and Saturday at Miss Millie Gailbrcath visited shop, near the Max Weir corner. tuek3 and consisting of .VI tracts, ly J. E. Coombs & Co. ing together and forming one body, Miss Euia Hill Sunday. 27 acre Miss Susie Panncll spent Tuesday Do you drink coca-cola- ? Then immediately south of said Campaigners are covering the . tract, described in several tracts: de night with Miss Annie Jeffcrs. try ours. It is pure and rcfreshmg- - scription of winch can be seen on ap last weeks before clcc-- . State these Mr. Andrew Taylor and family a 20 Taylor & Poole. tion. plication to the undersigned. Or a sullieient ututiiy thereof to spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. plod nee tbp Mini o' IpJutvas llM - ntmcs Lu;haunon, Giyfo ijssi, Lena ArnaUiVimi If you have a watch or clock out 01' monev so ordered to Ik? Master Hansford Kennedy, who laundryj' fjodds called for and de of running order, jewelry to be re amount made and Si, 122.110; the costs hereof, has been very ill for several days, is livered. paired, or sewing machines out of TERMS: Sale will no. made on a improving. The reports made to the Masonic service, bring them to McCrackcn credit of six months. The purchaser Several ot our people attended Mrs. Mollic Knight, of Harrolds-yille- , and get firstclass guaranteed work. will be required to give bond, with apgrand lodge in Louisville this week the dedicatory exercises at New Cyspent Saturday night with Mrs. proved security,, for the payment of show an increase of 1,373 members press church last Sunday. the purchase money, to have the force Fannie Knight. liuring the year, and a total of 37,- - New Cypress Cliurch Dedicated Sun and effect of a judgment, bearing legal Misses Zora Langlcy and Annie interest from the day of sale with a Mrs. W. C. Jonspn and child, W. 356 members in the state. day. Jeffers were the guests of Miss Sulien reserved upon said property, until C. Jr., arc in Paducah on a visit to The dedication of the New Cy all the purchase 11101103 has been paid. sie Panncll Thursday night. A new born baby boy of Mr. and W. A. Martin and family. As Thursday was a holiday Miss MAP RICH K. (IORDON, Mrs. Homer Allen was buried last press church, on the Madisonvilic Special Comr. Hopkins Qireuit Court. Langley took the school road, near Isbell's, last Sunday, This was Tobacco buyers have begun rid- I'hursday at Fiiendship. All reported an enjoyable drew an audience of at least 1,000 and will cover the county in the their ing, persons, and the day was one of intime, but grapes were scarce. PltfF. R. E. DONNELL, next few weeks. PAI P Misses Bessie Kennedy, Ethel terest to everyone who attended. vs. iirtTlor 01f omlc IM Cr1 MTV . i nn. Let Mc fix your clock. in twi 1 Defta. Newman and Mollie Pcnrod, Dr. Powell, of Louisville, delivered INKERMAN BAILEY. SR., &c of Good morning! Had tnat coal Uy virtue of a Judgment and Order Pleasant Hill, attended church here For Sale Good Jersey milch cow the dedicatory address, and it was house filled yet? done in a forceful manner, and wac of Sale of the Hopkins Circuit Court, Sunday. T. E. Coomiis &Co. and calf. Mr. C. M. Boyd and family visitfull of convincing; thought. He was rendered nt the September term there of, 1011; in the above st3led cause, the The fish hawk killed by Mr. J. A force of carpenters is rushing known personally to most of those undersigned will, on Momhy, the ed Mr. Gora Raynie Sunday. A. Gilman last week at the lake is Mr. W. G. Warren and family the construction of Mr. J. L. Mor- - in attendance, as he has been here thirtieth day pf October, It'll, between attracting much attentiou at the an's home on on many similar occasions, and has the hours of ten o'clock A. M. and spent Friday at Mr. Charlie Boyd's. Cherry street. store of the J. L. Roark Estate, Mr. Collins Drake visited Mr. doubtless dedicated more churches three o'clock P. M., at the Court House where it is on display. Messrs. Leslie Hale and J. P. than any other man in Kentucky, door in the town of Oreenville nroceed James Buchannon Saturday night. Morgan were in Hopkinsvillc, at almost every Sunday being devoted to expose to PPIILIC SALE, to the Mr. Floyd Ford and family and highest and best bidder the following The many friends of Mr. Geo. T. tendants at the Garnctt-CountzlMrs. George McClellan attended to this work. After the sermon he described proper 13, z: Anderson arc glad to see him out, wedding last night. directed the raising of the $600 neThe coal and mining rights and priv- church here Sunday. after his injuries received at the fire. Miss Zora Langley called on Miss cessary to clear the church of debt, ileges of, in and to and under 70 tracts The Sentinel office has been raov and this was done in record lime, of land near Rremen, Muhlenberg Fura Hill Sunday afternoon. Sunday excursions over the coun eel into the Phillips building, on oount3 Kentuck3, aggregating about Mr. Thomas McWirter attended try are popular now, and until cold Main street, next to police head with some dollars to spare. Then 4,700 acres, more or less and known as Rev. W. H. Wooclson delivered the thelukeruian ltaikv Coal Field. Such the Association at Green's Chapel. weather there will be many interest quarters. dedicatory prayer, and after the was- - of said tracts as lie adjoining and form Sunday. ing local spots visited, by many of Messrs. Neal Phillips and Kinch The ladies auxiliary of the V. M. tor, Rev. Ilerndon, had made a ing the main tracts will be sold togeth our people. short talk thanking the people for er as a whole and 51113' isolated tracts Sherwid, of Cave Spring, attended C. A. solicits orders for Thanksgiv will be sold separate and the ComRoads are inviting, and driving ing cakes, and will supply any sort their liberality, everyone present was missioner may then sell the isolated church here Sunday. Miss Kura Hill and Mr. J. K. of cake that may be desired. Tele asked to the grove and partake of tracts .and the main bod3 together and parties are popular. the free dinner which had been pro- in3' accept the most advantageous bid Smith attended the association at phone' Miss Jessamine Barkley. Muhlenberg's tobacco crop is re vided by the members and neighbor- or bids. Green's Chapel Saturday. Or a sufficient quantity to produce See Big Ben at Macks watch- - hood friends. This was a bountiful Mr. Bert Phillips and wife, of ported to be the best that has per of S.")2U0i.2.", the amount of and delightful affair, with all sorts the Kiim haps ever been raised. The acreage making shop. Weir, were in our vicinity Sunday inone3' no ordered to be made, aud is short, on account of drouth at set of dclicasics and sub .tantials, and and attended church. the costs hereof. Home rendered lard per while the consumption was sufficient ting time, but the yield will be Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Rice spent T15RMS: Side will be made on a pound. J. E. Coomus & Co. heavy. to have delighted the heart of every credit of six mouths. The puruha&er Sunday with Mrs. W. T. McWirter. cook, there was enough left to have will be required to give bond, with Mrs. Hellen McWirter and grandMrs. Mary Dorsey died at Hill approved securit3 for the purchase Messrs. H. C. McCrackcn, N. U. fed one or two more crowds of like daughter, Delia Paxton, were the monej', to have the force and eireet of R. Johnson, R. H. Lyon and Chas. side last Wednesday, and was bur proportions. The building dedicat a judgment, bearinglcgal interest from guests of Mr. T. C. Lovcll Saturday led at the Eaves grave yard, near Greer are in Chattanooga, where ed is an attractive, commodious one, the da3 of sale with a lien reserved up- night and Sunday. they are attending the reunion of Powdcrly. and is a credit to the members and on said prop,crt3 until all the purMr. James Jackson and wife at the veterans engaged at Chicamatt There are only chase money is paid. Mr. Wilbur Murphy and MissBu to the community. tended the association Sunday at MAP RICK Iv. GORDON, ga. The event is attracting thous- ella McDonald were married at the about fiftv members, and it is to Special Comr., Hopkins Circuit Court. Green's Chaoel. ands of soldiers and visitors, and is home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Me their credit that they undertook and Mr. Walter Bandy was in our proving a great affair. Donald, the bride's parents, Tucs successfully carried out the provid midst Sunday morning. Friday, Oct. 27 has been set apart ing of such a house of worship. It day night. Hon. A. O. Stanley, of Mender will serve quite a tciritory, and the as Atbor Day in Kentucky, and Needles for all sewmj machines at son, addressed Muhlenberg voters Movers' wagons are getting plen membership will undoubtedly in everyone is urged to plant at least Roark's. here at 2 o'clock last Friday after tiful. one tree that day. Governor Will-socrease at a gratifying rate. noon, and while the crowd was dis has issued a pioclamation, and Burr Grist Mill. appointingly small, as farmers arc Marriages arc becomming more the State Superintendent of Schools My new burr grist mill is in opcr very busy these days, the Congress is strongly recommending that the numerous. man aroused a considerable amount ation; call on your merchants fo pupils in every school become inAlso ready to of enthusiasm, and was frequently White Flint meal. Messrs. J. II. Pittman, G. M. terested, and plant trees that day. interrupted by outbursts of ap furnish the public with chicken feed York, W. H. Gray and C. S. Curd Kentucky is further behind in this plause. He discussed State as well tnd chopped corn, are in Louisville attending the Ma respect than in many other imporjl 28 as National issues, and made en J. A. Shaver sonic grand lodge. tant matters that should receive our thusiastic predictions of Democrat attention, and the preservation and Registered Poland China Boar. Services at All kinds fresh and salted meats ic victories all along the line Fresh, smoked and salted meats extension of our forests is a serious J. E. Coombs' farm at SI, due when service at J. E. Coombs & Co. There are few more popular politi is rendered. of all kinds at J. E. Coombs & Co's item that should not be longer dans here than Mr. Stanley. The Record 50c. per year. market. J. E. COOMBS, Greenville, Ky. 020 . . Fire discovered at 3 o'clock Monday morning at Central City destroyed two frame buildings and contents and did several thousand dollars damage, all well covered by insurance. The fire is thought to have started in the grocery store of Henry Kittingcr, who lives above the store. He succeeded in saving some of his household goods and a small amount of stock, as did J. R. Carr, who conducted a grocery next door. The Cumberland Telephone exchange was up stairs over Carr's, and this was a total loss. The origin of the fire is unknown, as there had been no fire about the building. Thcjoss of the exchange worked a great hardship on Central City and the surrounding territory, as communication was entirely cut off: the company made every effort to hasten restoration, and a new board was received by express Tuesday, the connections being made by a force of men, and by the first of the week it is hoped normal conditions will exist. A location was secured in the Gish bank building, on the second floor, and much better quarters are now occupied. Central City's fire department did great worfci ttnd TKcTraincs of the" wooden Buildings were left standing. of a .ludgmciit and Orriur of Sale of the Hopkins Circuit Court, romlorcd at the September term there of, llilt, in the above biylort cause the undersigned will, on .Monday the (ith day of November, 11H1, between the hours of 10oeloek A. M. and 3 o'clock P. M., at the Court House door in the Ky., (ocmtr town of Madisonvilic, County Court Day) proceed to expose to lM'lthlC SALK to the highest bid der, the following described property, viz: FIUST: A certain lot or parcel of land in fee simple, lying on both sides Nashville Railroad, of the Louisville just east of Manitou. and fronting on the public road, lieginning in the middle of the Providence and Madisonvilic road, where the north line of the of the Louisville & Nashville Kailrond Company intersects the south line of said road; near the lirst crooKing. east of Manitou: and running thence with middle of said public roud S .VJ W l.'U poles to a stone: thence S IW poles to a stone on the south Give us your order for fresh meat. hank of a branch; thence up said Coomiis & Co. Ouick dekvciv. branch with its meanders and the right-of-way 11 'J ly virtue Ticket. For Councilmcn T. J. Sparks, Dr. L. P. Moore, W. W. Nithols, T. C. Drown, j. L. Rogers, H. K. leaves. Signers J. A. Shaver, J. K. Sha vcr, F. F. Lewis, J. P. Tunstill, C. S. Curd, H. C. Lewis, D. V. Poole, H. N. Howcrton, Hubert Meredith, H. L. Stuir.m, D. L Duncan, Doyle Willis, J. L. Morgan, James Stroud, ' Joe Long, John X. Taylor, R. P. Shaver, J. S. Miller, C. C. Iilack- well, J. N. Lyon, Marvin Wells, T. L. Drake, L. Z. Kirkpatrick, W. I). lilackwcll, Tom Sticrsman, W. M. Martin. Citizens' Young Man Wanted. Wanted, young man for store and office work; fair wages, good work- and reasonable ing conditions, hours. Apply to this office. Muhlenberg lost one of its oldest and best known ministers hist week in the death of Rev. R. O. (J. Walk er, near Farles. He was a membtr of the Haptist church, and had serv ed as pastor for more than ,jo years at different charges. Glasgow will have no more county This was fairs, it is : anouueed. the oldest fair in the state, and had not missed ait exhibition for almost half a century, but it is gone the are way that all s?ich enterprises rifting, l'cop Ic do not patronize such amusenie nts anywhare any more to an extent that makes them rofitable. Ne w that we have a State Fair, this has proven the last straw, and the smaller shows have been ncglectcrl almost altogether. pas-sin- - Good loads Must Be Built -2 The Other Kind Grow Rampant It costs money to build but it costs much more Harness, Vehicles, BAD ROADS. GOOD right-of-wa- ROADS LA right-of-wa- MONEY, TIME, BOR, EQUIPMENT, INVESTMENT in Horses, etc. to be hampered by YOU Do? 11 What will or Platform. We, ihe nominees on ihe Citizens' Ticket for Councilmcn for Greenville, adopt the following' platform: While we are justly proud of the progress and devel1. opment of our little city, we expect greater things for Green ville. We are in sympathy with every movement having fprv- -. its object the upbuilding of the town, and, to that end, vel shall encourage every worthy public enterprise, administer1 the affairs of the city fairly ;and economically, and do ever)'-- '; thing within our power to improve and extend the streets and sidewalks and all other public improvements. 2. We realize that water and light are indispensable to the safety, health and convenience of the citizens of the town, but we favor the reduction of the present water and light rates, so that more money may be available for other necesWe further favor an extension of the sary improvements. water mains so as to bring water for domestic purposes and fire protection to as nearly the whole town as practicable, and that each citizen may have the same at reasonable rates and upon equal terms. 3. We are not being run by, and are not running in, the interest of any person seeking appointment or election to We will not make any office at the hands of the Council. promises to any candidate for such office, any but will give every applicant therefor clue consideration after we are inducted into office, and will follow the Statutes and the dictates of our better judgments in the selection of such officials. DR, L. P. MOORE, T, C, BROWN, T. J. SPARKS, pre-electio- . grape-huntin- first-bor- 1 n W. V, NICHOLS, J, L ROGERS, H. E. EAVES. IMAM SALE i Wise Tfoe & W. i fox Storehouse 23, 10 oft Monday, Octoiier a,m. izc. Stock Consists of Grace ries, Sloes, Dry Goods, n ions, Clothing, Ms, tips, Hardware, Queensware, Pfi& Store xtnres n and one Gasoline Grist Mill, Stocks are all in liberal quantities first-cla- ss condition. TERMS and in imm mm, Sale on a credit of 3 and 6 months, note with approved security required. M. S.Adrax. of D.S. FOX, Fox, W. deceased. "Tia t ir' f iii jjfy K Furniture, WaJlp&per, Shades, Moldings, , N Undertaker's Goods: Coffim, Caskets, Robes, Wff&pper., Slippers, t Gr&.ve Vaults. Disinfection ROARK jWhy "I Suffered Years With My Back." Not Backache resulting from weak Our Name has been before the public for 30 years, most of the time right on the spot where we are now located. jot fir &l ::v ' t- i ACTIVE INDIAN RUNNER DUCK Small Breed, fcC:.' ':r iU Egg Pro-- J ductlon and Tc.".-- . . t'.e Lcghcrn of the Cu .k Fa wll. Theca ducks caruo originally from Tho India; hence the name li.dian term "Itunner" ccv.tcs Iron: the lact that they literally run Insicad of wadttlfuj; like mo: t ducks The Indian Runner l.i a Lrord of ntuall. utility due!; notfd for ttr crs production, and la cfte;i to.n;c-c-l tho Leghorn or the dii Inn ily The?e rtiicka have becu cr.dited wltl records erf moro than COO c5?s ecr'a In r.nrks Kecks oi of ten, anil 152 cks- - each-Io 0110 hundred. The 'Ki.nr.frfi" ar In their lis! Itr. r.re cood foragers, run arc able to nud on an cxtn-tv- e ac-tlv- j (By GKORf! i i: mvv kidneys, a bail cold or other cause, usually renders the sufferer uufit for work and often results in permanent disability. "I suffered for years with my back, or kidney trouble, and have tried a number of remedies from different physicians. More tban a year ago, one of our local druggists induced me to try SI 1 he Oup Aim constantly has been to sell the best goods in our lines, at the most reasonable prices. Our services arc of Hie highest grade, our wares the best, and our equipment compares with the best of the larger cities. We endeavor constantly to increase our usefulness. 7jV Dr. Miles' Aritc-Pai- n Pills . Hk, and after using them some three months I found :t decided improvement in my kidneys, and I am glad to say that I hope soon to be fully restored to health." J. P. Ali.kn, City Court, Glasgow, Ky. As long as pain is present in any part of the body rest is impossible and the system becoming weakened is exposed to any form of disease to .which the sufferer may be inclined. Ex-Jud- i HENRY WATTERSON Editor, On your patronage is based on a service the 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. Dr. Miles' by Aati-Pei- n PHIs WIS CAN' steadying the" irritated nerve centers, make refreshing sleep possible, thereby enabling the body to recover lost strength. As a remedy for pain of any description Dr. Pills arc unsurMiles' Anti-Pai- n passed. Sold by all drugofcts undar n guarantee ssHirlna the rtiurp of the price cf the first box If no benefit rccults. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. FI RN'ISH YOT Ibe J. UNERML Lo ROARK Estate EALERS JREC TORS ORI1SN L. ROARK, Manager AND THK URN1TURE St Pair c Indian F.unncr Due!:s. WEEKLY "tsUbHsfied I3Z9 Lon r o; r:'r.nr,r ttclr 'nod. They ere are hardy and : Co net Kami easily reared. K?-- h Ir-ciIs or a on t wc'l doop yollow co'rr r.ir.l Is of Hne reality, hut thdr fna'l elro Ij ratli?r rgainrt tl'eai lor nisrfcet pmpOios. oxcept fcr b;oPir c I Indian Iti:nnr The str :darJ-has a Iocs, (in. flio!y torn d head of a light fawn or p; y r.rd iv! Uo co!or, tho former hci-- g preierred 7h Iv'nd should fce adorccd with cap and chcc'.c markiuga of light fawn or g:ay, the cheek cap bfr.5 divided f:om markings by a narrow line of whlto or an loch wide. The about hill. is of inuaual IccgUi. fsirly broad and- strong at tho lwu. In the duckling 0 hfll U of a .yellow color. find a Izrr." rr.r-:ctt:r b -one-eight- h Distance TclepUones: Store ?2; Home 108 GOURIER-JOURN- A Buibs of all Kinds in Slock. Miss Lena Arnold has in stock all kinds of bulbs, and now is the time to begin the cultivation. BOTH ONE YI-A- FOR CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE liNCCRroKATnr) Following arc ready for delivery, ami orders taken for others, and prompt delivery guaranteed: Chinese Sacred Lillics, ioc each, 3 for 25; Paper te White Narcissus, Grandiflora, 2 for 5c, 30c doz; Roman Hyacinths, Single White, 5c each, 50c doz; Bedding Hyacinths, Dutch, 5c each, 60c dor.; l'orcing Dutch Hyacinths, AipiraVtliMllili dW.hft.syOon In color 10c each, r.oo doz; Tulips, mixed, wl4h a black bean. Tho oyes arc of a hnsol color and 20c doz. . Sot light In the head. The neck Is unusually long and slender nnd white in color from head to the beginning of tho breast markings. The back Is leas gray co!or. and or a IlKht fawn or The breast Is round and of a light fawn or gray color, c atcut hallwav Letweei tho point cf the brcaet bone end the k. The body is long, narrow and cirile-orect, with no indlcnticn or keel, comowhat resembling that of a IVn cjuln In shepo. and is of a light fawn or gray co'or. Tho wings- are of medium length and carried close to tho body, tho shoulders and top part of tho wlugs being or the same colof as the breast The tail is composed of hard, stiff feathers, the six TeatLcrs of tho draks being well curled. The color of the t:il Is ll.ht lawn or g.ay. Tho legs should le of medium length nnd sot well apart; the toes straight nnd connected by web. The shanks nnd toes should be of a deep, bright yellow. The ttandard welg'at of tho drako is 4 pounds, and of tho duck 4 pounds. and narrow m:.-dividel - We can also g'wc liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier-Journal. xg-- A BLUE xjk igi ROSE-- J Tlir. Nr.v Rose (Ylclct Blue) Hailed by the Rose Growers ns the Forerunner of the Coni- - & TELE8 Write Courier-Journ- al Com- pany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be .sure to send your subscription order to this paper NOT to the Tlic Groatust Rose NoToIty of the Century Sand for , Bescrlption anil Price List flower Blue Rose, ons and hardy. Free Blooming - Very vlor- - lib Vo7ES JOHN E. RACKEBRANDT Princeton, GrocnliotmcH :.ni f vV. anywhoro in Southern Indiana, Southern Illinois, Kentucky, Tcnnoss. o, Mississippi artd Louisiana. Vo can put you in quick rnmmnn!f'ih!ftM ii.tftt rrrl e;nt !5f-oh-ii- -r Long: distance lines and telephones of this Company onablo you to talk almost 4 ; jcoplc of thip groat section of the country. Vc solicn: your patronage. Ratos reasonable. Equipments and facilities v e. GALDWFU... LrLA.JD.HUM C, T. D trdacxrst! eooeeoeeoeeeoeoeooeoeocoso e 0 Deal at home as much o 1 as possible. Build up your I home town. This will o make you a better home o I market and enhance the 5 value of your property. o a eoeaoooseoocoo 0 Ride with2 - JUST RECEIVED i They i meet all (raius, day and night, with Bus i Many Patterns of 191! Wallpaper and Baggage wagon. White Sewing Machines, in rotary and vibrator; needles, shuttles, etc. in stock for all machines. ROARK'S STORE. Get potted plants and cut flowers from Miss Lena Arnold. and QlORE theL (GS j PWPP 1 A SOULWMEC lR Take your beef hides lo J. E. Coombs & Co. and get the cash. Several patterns of swing porch Do not forget tho shady nooks, Tho settees at Roark's, and you are infowls need them. Houses must be kept sanitary nnd vited to call. tho fowls free from vermin. It is tho 7en, steady thrift of our rtock that aakos them pay a profit. Tho con:b not on'y denotes ess laying, but the general condition or tho hen. ' Lice are wcrkirg hr.voc. and too severe measures canaot ho adopted lo destroy them. a Airntitv tho fowls arc assuming rusty appearance I: la getting near tholr molting scisoa. It should be remrmbeiod- that chicks not need any feed for the first 12 do to 30 hours cflor hatrhlr.g It is proferablo o keep- a box of dry chaff constantly before the fowls. fj American Fhatognpby He St.. Uot . allowing tfaero to efft all tncy wisn it ,s ,n0Bt eszTo Insure fertile essential that the breedhig stock should be a3 well fod es timely mated. Tho crowing cockerels should now Very ho soparatcd from the pullets, and tho Tormer given an extra allowanco It is a very scriou3 matter to ask or food. for enc medicine and have the Three-fourtof the diseases could vron(j one rjivca you. For thi3 to irapuro cir. dampress. be tiacod reason wo urge you in buying to Improper fedd, close breeding and be careful to cet tho genuine conditions. A hen that goea around with her THEDFORD'S hen; . mouth open is not a comfortable Give her a placo oho Is too warm. lo r.lt down i.nd ceo' off lAvstr Medicine every Throw epen the windows night, but trek rr.ne The reputation of thu old, reliacloth of some kind ever ttcm to keep ble medicine, fcr constipation, inout tblng3 that h3V? no bu3ines3 In digestion and liver trouble, i3 firmthe house. ly established. It doc3 not imitate use the snmo v.ou!d other medicines. It is better than If fsnrers others, cr it would net be the faJudgment in feeding tfcoir poultry that vorite liver powder, with a larger feeding their dairy cows Ihey use In sole than ell ethers combined. they would soon find the rcwujts e,nito SOLD DJ TOWN F2 eatiefactory. As much poultry food as possible l Bhould be grown on the farm, but lonal reeds may be bought as necos tary. such as bran middlings, gluten makes kidneys end bladder right meal- or bee scraps. ! -- Piiroo "Oniric" in anvnsrtnfhnrlu - I ACEK 1' kjlBr. Fennsr's Gough Honey H; tuoioc sue brimllWc V." cl I ufacturing' "engravers : Ii TiSfXy NiBiSWSSrara fcfc v M-fci'fi'- See the very latest thing in carpet sweepers ;t KoarK s. will Telephone No 5 and your laundry be called for and delivered. JtMrWJF - jf" SerST""" Joe Morgan solicits that grocery order, and will show his appreciation by supplying the best goods at the very lowest prices. Quick delivery and courteous treatment. Typewriter ribbons, legal blanks, document covers, carbon paper at this office. Telephone that grocery want to Joe Morgan nnd get the best Roods at lowest prices. Miss Lena Arnold asks the patronage of the public, and guarantees that satisfactory work will be done in her clothes cleaning, pressing j Easy Compact fWsdL Strong wlde-mesh- e' Enables tl; operator ta sec every woru as written without raising feature. carriage, saving time and trouble. Possesses every The 20tii century success. In use by U. S. Government, 157 railroads and largjst mercantile houses in many countries. Handsome booklet free. Lake St., Chicago. THE OLIVER TYFEWRITER CO.. 107-109 tUuidard Visible Write t and repairing shop. COME and SEE THEM Tljla oignaturo is on every box of lb geauiae wotn Laxative Broaio-Quinin- c ixo remedy that cur? a cold oixi dar ad-al- Foley's Kidney Care WMMPffi Special Puces, d t - li SM'i The a . """" , r av"