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The Rkcoiui, 50c. a year.
Panncll pays cash for furs.
A young child of John H. licthel
Miss Dora ltoggcss, of Rosewood,
, is sick.
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Do you want job printing? Wc
th the best.
Mrs. Draper, of Hillside, is a pa-
y .tient tmucr ur. Koontz.
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a severe cold for several days,
Choice fresh meats, oysters, fish,
celery, etc., at l'annell's market.
Try Wright for new shoes and re
pairing your old ones. He can do
Nord will furnish you plans and
specifications for any kind of buildr
(let the Twice-a-Week Courier
Journal and Tub Rkc-qrm one yqar
N. Martin can clean up your
old h'lit and make it look and fit
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to her bed with quite a severe attack
iNew spring sami)les are shown by
ft?: X. Mnrtin. Give him vour or-
7 filer tor clothes.
V" Mr. James Boggcss has a sick
cliild, but reports it's condition as
Go to J. R. Morgan, South Car
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- b ronton, tor Harness, rtows, stover
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, ,3tLU( JXtVl-VUjJ Ul Hill Ulliifj imiiuixu
rr- of n irnnorq cmr
Mr. Edgar D. Martin came home
from Louisville with the ; grip, and
has bc uway from his. dcsk'iat the
.i'uv.r md seVourobmijletc.h
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and Gents' Furnishings.
J. R. Morgan, So. Carrollton.
Mr, Joe Paxtoh is again confined
to his home. Mr. l'axton has been
in poor health for some weeks, but
was up until this bad spell of weath
er. Try 'cm.
Nearly every body needs 'cm.
And Wright he keeps 'cm.
What? Rubber heels. Rubber
$Ir. Jarvis, who lives at Hillside
had Vhc misfortune to lose his little
uirl on Feb. o. The child was left
in the room alone and in some way
caught fire and burned to death, v
Air. Morton K. onts is stm 111
his room by the injuries received in
his fall last week. He was more sc
riously hurt than was at first thought
However he hopes to be s?fT in a.
Sec our club offer on the Twicc-a
Week Courier-Journal and Rkcorij
The" rate of 85c. for both papers is
the greatest riffer ever made on news
papers, . r-
TMr. Frank Dukes is suffering from
a rising on his hand. Some time
ago "Mr. Dukes bruised his hand, and
from it he had a very serious spell
1 his is a second rising that is now
troubling him. -
Miss Omnia Prowse entertained a
few young people at her home last
Tuesday evening. It was an infor
mal gathering and the absence of
formality gave it an additional
charm to those present.
Miss Clara Clark, of Crofton,
is boarding at Mr. George Uobbitt's
and attending school here. As she
started for school Tuesday morning
she slipped on the ice on the front
stcpsandj;fcll, bruising her shoulder
severely. She ,is confined to her
We wish to heartily thank the
numerous friends of Tin: Record for
their assistancc in the matter of gath
ering the news, Jut now the whole
crew, from editor to devjl, arc up to
their eyes in office work, and have
not had time to get out, as wc shall
be able to do when wc get things ar
ranged. We shalf-alwayK be Jnd
to have our friends tell ufc any item
of news, but at this time the favor
is doubly appreciated.
Do you like the looks of -this pa
per? It costs 50c. a year.
Mrs. John Coombs is on the sick
Mrs. Hliza Reno is among the suf
ferers from the grip.
If you want Tin: Record, you
must subscribe for it.
Roark is closing out all ice skates at
net factorv cost.
We will gladly furnish a sample
copy of The Record for the asking.
Cash paid for poultry for next 30
days. J. P. Paxnei.i..
See-Nord about getting your old
houses remodeled into modern dwell
ings. Mrs. Rumscy Uoggess is sick
thi5 week, but is not in a serious
Mrs. Robert Sadler, of the Lead
Hill neighborhood, is reported ser
Mrs. James Lyon, who has been
sick for some weeks, is reported as
Mrs. W. H. Welch is still on the
sick list, but was reported some bet
A 50c. investment in a ycar's'sub-
scription to The Record is a good
Mr. K. W. Dukes was united in
marriage to Miss Augusta Tooly on
the 1 2th., inst. Hoth of the con
tracting parties live at Rosewood.
Wanted for cash Cow giving
not less then three gallons of milk
per day.' Jersey preferred. Ad
dress j. 12. R, care Record Green
ville, Ky. 2t.
A child of Wiley Hendricks died
suddenly on last Monday. It was
recovering from a case of the meas
les, and was thought to be doing
We can give our readers a low
club rate with any publication in
America. See us about any periodi
cal you want, no matter where it is
(Jo T.J. Jones for dry goods, dress
goods, and dress trimmings; shoes,
groceries, and all articles usually
kept in a first class dry goods and
millinery store. 2t
Mr. lulmond Reno had a fall on
the ice last week, and his injuries
cduscd his confinement to his room
Now he has the grip, also, and is in
a serious condition.
Vhc inciting of all this sn'dw an-i
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inng on n"yjgj)gh jl i
he high-water mark now, and. this
thaw will augment their How.
The Sheriff's Tax 15ooks for 1899
are in course of preparation and will
be finished by the first of next week.
Miss Fannie Ellison and Mr. John
Mclntirc.arc working hard to get
A lady in describing the manner
of placing the forms for the paper on
the press did so in this way: "You
key it up, clamp it on and slap it
down and start the press." It will
be easily seen that she thoroughly
undcrstoqd it. '
The merchants of Sacramento held
a meeting one day last week and drew
up a petition to congress to allow an
appropriation to dam Pond river near
Sacramento, and make it navigable
from the mouth of the river to that
place. Owcnsboro Messenger.
Mr. J. B. Young,of South Union,
who has been sick at the Panncll
House for the past three weeks, re
covered sufficiently to Iqave for his
home last Sunday. Mr.' Young is
well known in this section, having
bought stock here for the last several
Notice of our readers is djrected
to the card of the Pennsylvania Rail
road in this issue. ThiK is one of
the greatest railway systems in
America, and persons going North
or East should travel via this line
Mr. Hagerty, the district passenger
agent at Louisville, is one of the
most affable of gentlemen, and will
gladly1 famish any information 011
Prof. Hawks, "The Laughing
Philosopher," will deliver his humor
ous lecture, "Hawks on Hash," at
the Baptist church on Wednesday
March 1. This is the opening lec
ture of a serfos U) bll givgn. unde
the auspices of the K. of P. Nearly
every town in the State of the size
of Greenville has such a course of
lectures and musical entertainments
and with our claim to culture w
cannot afford to longer lag in th
rear. TP Rkc()RP k that the
progressive order 0f K. of V. has
taken the movement in hand, andw
trust our people will give them th
.heartiest support. This first lecture
is highly praised by people and
press, and will bo sijru to delight.
The new chainless model of the
Crescent bicycle on display
Roark's is a beauty.
Miss llallio Shaver returned from
Pen rod yesterday.
Dr. .1. S. CoUnnan is out gain, after
a week's illness.
Charley It nolds wont to Louisville
Tuesday on business.
Mr. t!us MoXary ismaklng a Imisness
trip through Todd county this weelc.
lion. W. A. WieklilVo i at Central
City with his mother who is danger
Messrs. 13. W. Taylor and W. C. .Ion-
son were in South Carrollton yesterday
Mr. Newton lleleher returned last
weelc from r. ton days visit to his par
ents in Uouhester.
Mrs. M. A. Wieklille is very sick in
Central City. She was Micro on a visit
to her daughter, Mrs. Hill.
Mrs. Stone, of Kuttawa. came up
Monday to be with her daughter, Mrs.
W. W. Sloan, who is slek.
Messrs. Clarence and Hcvorly Martin
have returned to I'aducah, after
spending a few days here.
15. .1. King, of llridgeport, Abu, was
here the first of the week on a visit to
his sister. Mrs. M. L. Prowse.
Mr. Ashernian Plane returned to the
oity yesterday, after having spent a
week at bis old home in McLean
Miss llutb Urundy went down to
Contrail City Tuesday to stay with her
grandmother. Mrs. Wioklift'o. during
lion. II. C. MeCrauken wis in town
yesterday. He was one among the
twonty-tivc people who subscribed for
Tub Khcoi:i during the day.
Mrs. A. Cohen is visiting relatives and
friends in Nashville, Clarksville and
Oallatin. She left Sunday, and will
be away about ten days.
Mr. L. V. Koontz. of Pittsburgh. Pa.,
has been here on a visit to his brother.
Dr. .1. W. Koont- He went over to
Earlington last Monday, and may re
side Uiere in the future.
Mrs. Woosley. the noted evangelist,
accompanied by her husband spent a
night in our city thin week with Kev.
Ilarbee. She will return March Vnd.
and begin a protracted revival at the
Richard C, MeCracken, who was
with the 4th Kentucky Volunteers, is
in Greenville. Ho entered the service
last Spring as sergeant of company E.
I lis promotion followed soon after en
tering and he was mustered out Keb.
II as tind lieutenant. He was present
ed with a very handsome sword by
bis company, as a token of their appre
ciation of his ability as an olllcer.
Liou. MeCracken served 3 years in the
regular Army, 20th inft. under
Omu Otis, who is now
acrican troops in
im'Paiine'll wants furs oall,'kin&s
and pays highest cash prices. 1
Weather conditions have put rab
bits in lively numbers on the mar
ket. But the demand has been
strong, and the stocks have been
cleared out each day.
Wc arc booking subscriptions to
this paper at the rate of about twenty
day. We can stand a long siege of
such treatment from our friends,
and will do our utmost to come up
to their fullest expectations.
For spring and summer clothes,
all on E. M. Marshall, in the Bank
Juilding, and let him show you his
elegant line of samples from The
Royal Tailors, Chicago. 140 suits
under $12. Pants, $2 and up,
If you continue to receive Tub
RucokD, although you have . not
subscribed for it, do not fear to
take it from the office. Some One
is paying for it, you may rest as
sured", an you will not be worried
by us trying to collect from you
Next Sunday is anniversary day of
the organization of the Kentucky
Lodge Knights of Pythias. The lo
cal Lodge will honor the day by at
tending a special sermon to be
preached by Rev. M. B. Porter at
the Presbvterian church at ix a. in
I'he Knights will atcnd in. a body,
and are requested to meet at their
Castle Hall at 10.30. All friends
arc invited to attend the service.
This ,weathcr is very hard indeed
on tnc teatnereu triuc. However
if the birds and chickens get along
as an old hen djd of whjch wc repen-
ly hqard, there ngqd by no MlMQty
about them. A lady several . davs
Deiore sue leu lionie on a visit to
her daughter happened to turn
kettle over an old hen. After stay
ing out a visit of two weeks she ic
turned home and several days after
happuned to overturn the kettle
when the old hen stepped out, some
worse for her fast. The lady made
a reckoning and found that the hen
was under the kettle just 21 days
If our quail possess in some degree
the staying qualities of the old hen
wc may cxpec at teast a few of them
to be alive for next season.
Clearance Sale Below Cost
Mrs. M. E. Martin & Co,, an
nounce a clearing sale of all winter
millinery- goods, at prices below cost
All goods must be moved by Feby
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;:o. ixcw spring goous in great va
riety will arrive March 1.
AMONG THE CMLRCtlES.
CUMMCRI.AND I'RKSUVTliKlAN CHURCH.
Rev. Harbee, after several days
illness, was able to fill his pulpit
Sunday morning. Subject -f the
discourse was taken froni A(hs xxvi
-28: "Almost thou . i:adest me
to be a christian. " I ' .sermon
was filled with cnmes'iiv s and that
longing to see souls si i Quite a
good congregation win in;nt.
The Mission Hand :s v earnest
to spread the inessagcXf Love to
the heathen nation thaJT they laid
aside their feelings Of "the chilly
weather and held quitean. interest
ing meeting with Mrs. ll'abce Mon
day afternoon. Subjeut qf program
was China. li
There was no cl
the Methodist chur
!, 'service at
This was the r
incut for the pnstor,.
to preach at Lovell'r.
ancl at 1 1
a. 111. No service (
on account of the at
ness in town, and thevjrcmc CM
weather. bununy-senrer w. s held,
but the attendance wa- -.renicly
1'RliSHYTRRIAN CIP 1.
The Ladies Aid Soch'tv met with
Mrs. Duncan last Titqaohiy .and a
very interesting meeting Jgreportcd.
Before adjournment a GOV of the
Missiona'jy Calendar ofHirayer was
presented to each pergmf present.
This is a very handsomra'booklet,
and contains a great mahMitercst-
ing facts and figures
missionary work in m
The Sunday school
was smaller than usual
of the weather, but intctm no way
abated owing to small numbers.
Rev. M. B.
annointment Sunday at
MB a. in.
Subject of sermon which tu be a
special one to K. of IP. I-Lodge, is
taken from John, xv-15
Prayer meeting will l e .( Id. next
Thursday evening at 7?; . y
Ladies Aid Society:'! uieqt with
Mrs. J. H. Reed. Eamber is
to have some fact of jARtjvcst juon-
in command ofjecrnity sonic fp'niss-J.
SSJ N Hr W
HA : idiscjit
lhc Baptist LadielqSjgi jgocty
ill meet with Mrs.J'ijR pbades,
South Main street, wes after
fourth Sundav. The laoifeS'reccive
ith sorrow the intcllfgencc; of the
seyere illness of their "ibcjpvcd cx-
prcsident, Mrs. MargaretEHskliffe,
at Central Citv.
Taxpayers: Take Nofieo.
The taxpayers of MuMi-iberg
County are hereby notiTioujthat 1 am
now sending three deputiesjto all of
the taxpayers of this county1 for the
purpose of making' specdyfollections
of the taxes yet unpaid. 3u arc re
quested to have yourmqlufSready to
pay your taxes as soon asnc deputy
reaches you, as this willabev the last
time he will call on .m for 'ns.
f not paid now on dcMj'.v! .ik iu p-
uty is instructed to tna'Koilc and
advertise for sale as liejgocs". It is
to your interest to save-tKMcostand
mortification to you andsjlo to my-
ei, an nuu uiuvu ruuivi;. uoucct
this lax without this anncvmcc to
you. I will be at my urti.-e. at all
hours, and will take pli.i.. re in re
ceipting to any one wl. . a 111 meet
me. I am forced to ;uv- this step
and collect this tax at i-ir -a.fi I can
not earry Hl reoaiptB ovejfv-and the
new tax receipts will soowbe in my
hands for collection. 'J:
This Feb. 15th, 1899; fy.
W. H. V'yifAi,
6 Sheriff Muhlenberg County
NO! YOU ARE WjRONGl
This man is not complftinrng that ho
hasACORNon his toe. out is shouting
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Light ISrahma, ltuif Cochin, S. S.
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S. C. 11. Leghorns, Mack Minor
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