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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j IlailkTb ilcI au Record Adverti ing Costs Nothing pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates laIII EJC X JIIU1 2YRk IlCJIiIiliC 4 J- It It when h dowat steep has an uncomfortable air isIangui4 i tnt hojJa tl iti d vPpMe r JV r U ascsi mf the f digestion and nutrltloa It enrlches it the liver strengthens the hhlaoys sir the nerves and so GIVES HE71LTU 2IXD STRZXGZ T THE WHOLE BODY You cant afford to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for this non alcoholic medicine OP KNOWN COMPOSITION not oven though the urgent dealer may thereby make a little bigger profit Ingredients printed on wrapper in st t II tit I fI Sf Mac IlVl ates I wale I seek the icrkablo i tr ics al nr t t tr 3 5 fart 4ei9kArt a r J flout I Wt BUY r F I r 10 ttOt 4 N- rta e 1H WOL1 HID ESAHD FURS R rcalliers Tallow OecnvaXi Gbscns Golden Seal Yellow Root etc Ve arc Dealers and ctn do better for agents or coturaisjion merchants Dank in Louisville rrr pmg tate wool bags M SASE3 SONS eTAOU HIO IN 1BSO 229 E Market St LOUISVILLI KY for weekly price list and ship tan an t THE DR KINGS COLDS AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG FOR DISEASES PREVENTS PNEUMONIA CONSUMPTION Two years ago severe cold settled on my lungs and so completely prostrated xit that I war unable to work and scarcely able to stand I the was advised te try Dr Xi z New DisMTery using bottle I went back to work as well as I ever W J ATIHTS Banner Sprints T w PRICE 50c SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY All Druggists AND 100 I KING OF CURES NEW DISCOVERY COUGHS AND AND II a one J a rI At r iK dafter as woo Union Lock PoultryCM doss mesh Tb nxxt on U MukH tor poultry J M et nl and at no main than ntttlar Writ for caUIoc of fanc tat for tmrpOMf VMnveKClD ZiLnIIX a C M HOWARD CO The most practical chair that has yet been made is the automatic on display at Roarks Nothing like it everseen here Call and have a look We Ask You to tako Cartful for your fcmo trouble because vc are sure it will hcV you Rcnembcr that ths great cmalo rcmcdy Fence eatn tines sty Mo t y 11 E- iJf has brought relief to thousands of sick women so why not to periodical pains female teas many havo said tt best medicine to take Try U 1 1 Sold in This City Wallpaper in endl s variety at Roarks and at matchless bargain 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE For dicl1e t r I I prices u I if it Air Volt i e bsclacbeI creaks i i TRADE MARKS DESIGNS V COPYRIGHTS c Anyone scnrtlnir iv sketch and may our free ou I n iloiiintrtclly cmuliliKiUiit IWIJDBOOK on Inipula stnt ken ncaurr ecartiiR 1utcnto taken thnuch ilumi Co receive tpteial notice cnliiMoii of n y ul miun J iVl tJoM llrancb OiUco CSS F 6U T7aihlJ ton 1 C THs COUGH h rtl1tl1hlo om milII 1 Ci tUBHC JJtt t cu A handsnmety weakly Lnreest 1 A 111 All nowwtzllo New Yor KIL AND CUif1s Tria itUN S Ora ing fJW HB wry I w n wlt Loa cLn rods lathe 1 Illtutraid cit w Tumid tai veers unit ni i 301nroadway s 9- WfTH I to g FOR cOUGSOS OLDS GOo 100 Tflal Bottle Free llUCE ND ALL THROAT Arm LUiiG7nOUCLE- SGUAnANTES1D SATlSFA010R MONEY nEFUNDED 0 I r opt Mtihlenberg County is rich in coal iron timber potters clay etc and the most inviting field in Ken for investment ofcapital and gasazaaaaaaaaaaiaBE o j a v oL r j nM rn II Aa M itUlMj Ilrt I s r a M kl 11r tuck pluckS 1 1 VOL XI NO 21 KY THURSDAY JULY I 1909 oOc PER YEAR IN ADVANCE GREENVILLE r Farmers Buy Automobiles Reports from manufacturers of k automobiles especially those who build light medium priced machines indicate that the demand from the West is to a considerable extent for the shortage that at r su oit in the supply of cars t iiufty farmer is beginning to find that the selfpropelled vehicle is capable of being put to so many uses that it cannot longer be classed as a luxury but as an actual neces city With the prospect of large crops he is like the city dweller more than willing to be early in the field as a buyer of an automobile There no doubt that an actual i he supply of automobiles cAau at the present time This I shortage is not confined to any one section but u is common all over the country Here in the Easttlcal ers are generally unable to meet the f their calls upon the factories meet with the response that every avenue of production is being worked to capacity Tours that years were used as a means of exploiting cars arc at the present r time filling lightly for the reason that cars cannot be found to go in h them That the farmer is playing his fe part ia the existing situation is one of tke healthiest signs of the times I Actually the condition justifies the I optimistic predictions that the market for automobiles has barely been opened in America and that a decade from now will find ten or more cars in use for ev f ery one running today With in creased production are coming low er prices all tending to make the k elf prorJclled vehicle more popular KffiOBg the fcT Gradually too the automobile adapting their to MttaAMtds of the newjiJ3ti E l v v trj kiiticTI iH M e ii JFpr S i S jii fist approaching when the of the farm will the car iVto do all his hauling will use it for his pleasure driving and for run atleast his stationary machine l around the farm gpouring either by individuals or by has been one of the factors creating in the farming commun B for cars The cheapest automobile being demonstrated thousands of ur e a day can run away from the fables t rra horse and that without exceeding the speed limit Wo one xci i rs this better than the farmer and he is now beginning to apply the lesson to his own particu He sees that with a means f transporting farm products three for four times faster than the old Method his farm is brought nearer the market and must naturally more valuable Following closely upon the use of automobiles in the country farm trs will come better roads an in valuable benefit to all concerned Only a small proportion Ameri j roads at present are of gravel macadam Up to the advent of H he automobile they were consider- S fit for horses because there had r effa r den and hr anything better ilae entire is awaken J B t to the need of better highways the farmers are thoroughly roused on the subject it will be i casy to foresee the result One of the best proofs that the for automobiles this year has been far greater than had been an is the fact that half a doz ici iof the most prominent manufac already exploiting their Eiiodels for In former years Ejlhere has been no such action until later in the season In factV annual automobile shows infcre held in the fall of 1906 many BgHhe builders were barely able to their models out in time if From present indications the Mpws that will bring out next models could be fall without causing ary flurry iMiong the manufacturers most ot fwkpm will selling the new types the next three months New G rk Herald 0cj9j rvs Williams sell Dr Coxs SSBirlKd Wire Liniment Guaran- im lcio heal without a blemish or I i t i demandand J mosses tars 0 Ii r te tQ owner use clubs the present demand It JS needs b of 1 o untry c i r 1 rtrcr 19 to when w J i heldearl t i be 1r J 1 oBey refunded w j r I r responsible 5 o4 informer a Si recent r M filtt acrsa rc cam arativcl tc ugh tlaZ tai ly t1 fit yr rite Mull ring itks growing t las become z cal Today When call ticiPated ate touch get ears a nix 4 within1 C ti s f ttif1 t 1 World Fight on Tuberculosis Consumption among Japanese la borers is increasing to such a degree that the figures are becoming a of anxiety to Japanese pier chants and officials A large per centage of laborers who are sent to Japan by the Japanese associations arc consumptives It is claimed by the Japanese news papers commenting on this matter that through the lack of hospital in the Japanese labor camps tuberculosis increases at an alarming rate They suggest that system be employed in dealing with the sick in these camps as the Japanese are quite ignorant of even the most simple health safeguards There arc in the United Sates 298 sanatoria 222 dispensaries anti 290 associations for the treatment or prevention of tuberculosis while there are 600000 cases of this dis ese in the country It is estimated by the United States conservation commission that this country loses annually 10000000000 from pie ventive tuberculosis For the last three years a crusade has been waged against consumption amongst postofficc cm ployes in France Under ef forts the number of cases has dimin ished 50 percent having been in 1906 1048 cases in 1907 808 cases and last year the number fell to 505 The municipal authorities of Her Un have decided to introduce feature in the tration of tuberculosis Heretofore municipal effort has been confined to the maintenance of one or two homes for curable consumptives it is recognized that as useful as this is it alone cannot cope with this disease They have resolved therefore to devote more attention to preventive measured In England MiJon to M vwt jyajji on foot I with tuberculosis Germany has eightytwo sanatoria for tuberculosis which hold over 20000 poor consumptives the cost of each sanatorium is about 100 ooo Through organized effective methods Germany has reduced the death rate from consumption by onehalf throughout the nation In the Germany army tuberculosis has diminished 42 per coat during the last twenty years from 33 per cent per thousand to 19 pr cent per thousand ot the effective force For Piles use Dr Barbed Wire Liniment 250 size If it does not give relief or cure you your money will be refunded sale by Jarvis Williams Feer A clinical thermometer is as matterofcourse a convenience in most families as is a step ladder or a broom and it is well that and the general significance of its disclosures should be understood by those in authority but fussiness acd constant resort to it and continual discussion of temp craturcs are to be deplored The oldfashioned way of placing the hand upon the childs body and announcing that it felt feverish or had a fever without any mathematical accuracy as to and fractions worked just as perhaps better than the newfashioned way carried to a nervous extreme At the same time a rise of temperature always means something and it most decidedly means the calling in of a physician if it does not go down of itself or yield to simple remedies When the is taken by the mouth the thermometer should register about ninetyeight and sev entenths degrees although this may vary at different times during the day in perfectly well people When it registers ninetynine degrees or ninetynine and fivetenths degrees the person is said to be feverish Anything below ninetyeight degrees is subnormal and anything one hundred and five degrees is called hyerpyrexia or high fever In many cases a fever is a of blessing in disguise These are the fevers caused by the toxins bacteria ot which typhoid is a type Tfie whole system is then engaged in a fight against the germs and the f I charity accommodations anew persistent these another municipaladminis but t r tt ts to cO 1i dIu 1Ieti to sto a sailing m for persgns suffering For itsuse n regard- to welland source back O fOjCCt put comrnissi iJi Cons probably household degrees temperature over sor o awe battle is waged to more advantage the fighting hot This is why the fever can be beaten down by the application of cold and the administration of drugs it is often poor practise to suppress it in this way Getting the fever down may be a momentary satisfaction but it docs nothing to help cure the underlying cause It is as if a should insist upon silencing his own guns At the same time the fever must be watched and kept in check this sort of fight is calling for an immense outlay from the system and a raging fever not only burns up bacteria but it feeds tissue and blood and all it can find as can testify who has watched or lived through a convalescence from one What is true of the fever of a germ disease is false altogether in the fever of sunstroke In this case the fever is the disease It IB not a regiment of infantry but a and it must be put as quickly as possible and by nil the at ones disposal cold baths ice packs ice water anything that will beat it down The character of a fever is a great assistance to diagnosis in many and this is vhy a physician should always be asked to sit in judgment apparentlywhen It bloods although general because upon anyone conflagration out means cases on it No Man is Stronger Than Stomach A strong man is strong all over No man can ba strong whe is suffering from weak stomach with its consequent indigestion or from tome other diseases of the stomach and its associated organs which im contained in food which is the source o eJl physical strength When a man doesnt feel right lI stomachisII NOTICE TO POULTRY RAISERS Now is the time of year to feed your fowls a good tonic 4 1144 cures cholera gapes roup canker and limberneck When fed as a preventive i not only keeps them healthy but makes them lay Price Soc No curt no pay gurantccd by your druggists Jarvis Williams Try it under the guarantee Ask for booklet on oi poultry 3m FKPE If Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment does not do all that is claimed for it your money will be refunded For sale by Jarvis Williams Get a set of pneumatic rubber tops for your typewriter keys Greatest aid to operation of any machine Roark has them and you arc asked to a look AT FACTORY PRICES GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS cal for diseases S No 270 TVOINONE We vehicles Direct from our Factory C 0 D to Coniumcr subject to niu It is of importance the Hnrrcfts Co to deals vt Ji us u pluaeo nail Satisfied Customer No fTorti toinnkc each shipment su h cxcclcrt value in iiuility of finitn and cf nnd bring us many in return liveyou by ntt honestly nook buggy and price less the you will Guarantee slomcrs as it would be to a dealer I f oo1anrc uut as your money is returned to you take no rink Wo innnufnctiiro honest Pellicles nnd llornrco wvo our customer money Jill riders Write for our Free HuiU and lint IICSM Catalogue GLOBE BUGGY IIARNESS COMPANY OWCNSDORO KCNTUCKY ship free the JrCftclIl Globe T be a LnItin Advcrlemcnt orders OU recomlU our to your ue h Otr to our ct Ia all ltut w vehicle eta a 1r fit goods ur represented Bear in mind that Roark has splendid selections of wallpaper in stock ready for deliv cry ahd sample books of the finest papers made which he procured short notice after selection Nev type in the latest faros fresh stocks of stationary and quick serv ice place this office in position to command your job rioting wants lon can l 1 r DR J W BARLOW DENTISTCrown niitl U rlil go Work dune ul prleuH vAj oaiuu up stairs la the Janet BuiWtna- GreenSflllei Ky DR T J S1ATON- PHyHlcInn nnd Burgeon Office MtilncroHd street near Malu street ib CAM HOWARD HOWARD GRAI Oilier ID Green Balldinf opposite LaHeadiifcUI DR LOUELLA HELTSDEY OSTEOPATH Office at Home East Maincross Street Telephone No 78 Z O KING tNotary Public anf Li Auctioneer CITY Sales Made Anywhere iw Terms Reasonable Box 93 II 1 LAWYERS f censed KY ltf j n rose uuable 1 t f t f lure v We Ship best quality 3 icld and Garden Seeds dirtct to at lowest wholesale prices 0We sell Clovers Grasses Seed i Oats SeelCoru CaneS eed Cow Teas Soji Bcani Peaiiuts Seed Potatoes Cabbiifieililants po tato and Tomato Slips Cmnn Sets Garden Beans nil kinds Garden Field a Flower seeds Land Plaster and Write us for prices andsainples State what you want J s NASHVILLE SEp CO 215 Second Avenue North NASHVILLE TEHN Rpark has the most practical Davenport on the market and has sold a half dozen to pleased since Christmas This Daven poft is supplanting the folding bed as everyone wants an that can be used every day See the samples on Roark floor and see for yourself the adwmtagcs over any other line that iB pn the market The prices arc reasonable SBB S Garden ili7ers anJq e too fathers Millet r Yeas rte customers r hour ofthZ f 11 U It rr3C If name uhCoet SISSI SiLaTr1Cty adtOCIIANle isualmrfertreryhaly Ire eleetikity the nnuln Glraceamllaal- orc tn1 Stailr5 Ira 1Itktuft tiara r Ir vp ae yeti U a 1COeyear A3nrtu t t noctao j fhntnrrllI1h1wt rJIIOr INn olllet eol UI I Li t1mclllin 11 Icacon SI llota Y t Iuorurtrn eh a- IkwtIGdpktrim w lyeie ti- lrlkhm iI1ealicn li AmericsnPi hf- a t u I Get Wellit you rtro sick wish to get wen dont Of course you do You wish to be of the aii and misery happy again If your by female trouble can quickly get the right remedy to get Its This great medicine for women has lievpd or cured thousands of ladies suffering you some female trouble you YQ well re like i is 4 tt ff m For WGIB itfS IllS ELraFdnnio Ellis cf Foster Ark suffered agony for scjen Yeas Read her letter about Cardui She writes J sjck die with my head and bick I took 12 bottles of Cafdni wm cured Csrdui is a Godsend to Erffericg vcmen Tjy it i AT ALL frt for seven years with female Every would very r11 DRUGSTORES 1 J 4- i suns troubla month I ne and 60000 BODIES Mulllatcd ftnnially Dissecting Tables 09 THE BAKER IIUKGLAR PROOF GKAVK VAULT fries imheB absolute vrotectlou tho numaii huuJ l iv-ages of fhurtwwlt should be employed in every burial Made tD alt i ht 1frtK lt VAULT alzeA The B3KER VAULT carried In sleek by The J L ROA8K ESTATE Greenville Fine ll o ol RMn rut rend Lturicil GooUt K i Chemical Co 6ok Makers kl OhioCho ion 1909 I9O9 THE YEAR OF GREAT PROSPERITY n t ts x READ SJ1 lEuatttt JOS Edition Kentucky Governors Wall Atlfs to all who Subscribe for Six Months or a Yer EVERY TRUE KENTucKIAN SHOULD HAVE A COPY OF THIS fiPLENDli WALL Tho Latest Kentucky Map Up To 19C9 Full and Complrti especially for The Bveuinj Post et a cost of 1600 in on heavy map It confhins six pages S8xS8 Inches The Chart alone id worth The Portraits of all the Kentucky Governors some of them rare one the of its kind iu ore nine of great value among them n map of the United States the llavail 1ono and the Panama Canal Zone also snap of the World The Atlas show cfpll Presidents the Ruletupf all Nations with Coats of Arms and Flags FREE1909 ATLAS t c A is over to historical front formation oi State to 1810 A Historical and Political Dtrsctary cl Kentucky presidential State Officials Area and U S Senators Justices Speakers 0 Ken tucty house J Co a JJ Dem x ctl Printed paper 1 r 4very tiX There other niaps a t tY t 45 1cirtg Vote Congressional and Railroad II r FROM tram Shelby J C jl anVI6t Il l t rMJ ocmtie and Republican Suite Central Conimit tees and State Committees Senatorial Districts Counties of when made cud what Counties Area null Population Statistics of the Panama Lakes Hawaiian Islands Porto Rico Alaska Area and Population of States and Coun The Post Wall Chart FREE to those who subscribe for tile Kvenine Pt t for One Year al 4300 or for Six Months at J2 Mail This price only for those who cat iiot get The livening Csrtitr or Send for Sample Copy and fell description of the Atlas or t too Atlas at onto TilE EVENING POST Lcal H tries The and admitted GrcnlOr Punt thwe evening n Agent SPECIAL PRICE ON THJE tMl1tl IKAi t k- r N rtass AIR WATER BURQLAR PROOF VERM AND GET YOUR MARE Si J 1IITO 1Ir JJ TH THIS PAPER I y t t r 1 te It IIfJf n l An Independent Newspaper iiinuMiKU TUOU9DATS nr RECORD PRESS oiwr I UpSecretory ORIBN 1 EDITOR I LooaOlataRce Telsphoaa F3 In now n x r ar i f tor JTBI l r 50 BITS P Y AR li ADVANCE TBRMH The HUlmorhUlon pnrv of imiwrls wyn n nrtviuw whfii U to whlcrtj It In iK W the imper will lie HtoppoU- OinlK nf Uiivnkrt hbttwripr oUop wto If not tlmii UH llnrH will Wtalnnl A So line will IK made for d Inp No ft at pH of thU rule tu unyoi- Krvo sample corte w1 nodded Ail verttswiioutM vin hv Inuertcd A tale wilt bo fnrntMh l un A0ar ws ull omnu lcttloni nn l lurk rf Greunvlllo Ky THURSDAY JULY 1 1969 Kutcrei at the UrcanTlllc Ky poatofflcc as ANNOUNCEMENTS volt aticuirr We are aulliertiort to nnnomuw WALTUH a KIMMBL jx cniiJWntM fur ShurllT of MuhlrnbiriV counVi subject to tbo notion of the UojiuWlaun jmrty Toil CIKCtriT COURT CLKHK We arc in announce C S CURB n rauiHtlntu fur rc leptlon to tltc nic of Olcrk of the MnWmjlxsr Cltvnll Court aulJcot to tbe aotlou of the ReptibUunu party TOR COOUT CIHUH We arc autliorlMil to aanoMnce K HrLBVIS a candidate for to tht pWcc of County pvurtdlorJfprMult1 tib rgOO my ub Jc t to of tub party We are nHilinrlnrjl to nnnnuwce sr YOm n famUilnlir for nM c U H Ui the olllcc of JalUrjyibJect to the uetloH of Vlie A WHSTBUN saloon man has named his place Castle Coulil lIe has a taste for the appropriate SOME Chicago statistician has that 835 Chicago club had only three babies among themvjast According to our obscrVaiion that is a trchieudous c4ubw6menV graduates who made iheir own commencement gowns have sotnulhing besides their wond rods good looks and their working knowledge ot the Latin language to recoilinend them to the cnterpris ing young man whose fancy lightly turns etc Howard Gould now has to struggle along on a measly 36000 a year it is likely that she will use some economy If would buy her drinks by the barrel she would effect a great saving the whoksile pric doubtless being only a fraction of what site bas been pay ing at the swell New York hotels and qafes TK Chicigo poliac force takes test two members of that body hat ing Iust week arrested ajapstnese as the suspected murdererLcon Ling a Chinaman who is missing from in connection with the death of the Sigcl girl It Is not explained whether it a man or womaHwhf was arrested or how of the Turks Arabs Greeks or other naduualiiies got by the vigil ant to pnirH of eyes Tale of a Wanderer he lived is ever tuned be hunkered to gone and so he packed Ids grip add scooted a little farther on A he paused ju cul til valley where all the tues bln m but left it for a alley and seventhstory room And wlieh of city life he wearied he northward turned his toes and ed air Eskimo and 1careyed among thearctic show And when of toes about a dozen were stiff stark he those regions white and frozen for jungles hot and dark lids youthful friends grew fat and with children at their knees and matte their homes in climates healthy but hed have none of these Some other place was always than that where he aborie anti so or in sweater again he hit the fOld And when this wanderer was dj ing one cold and Ill have some fun they heard singing little farther gpprnfts use Ur Coxs Barbed Vie Lmiincnt If u docs giye irelief or cure you your money will be refunded For sale b arvis Williams i i s r Sy r M 2 t l Oil i r7 S tR Lie nod 1 per utmost tnlttl4UUoa Imnhl to VIU J r l 1 IL authorized t t dUTY fj TOIL cute papt J ft UJ a I TloSE 5INb Mrs e It ft f f tl t j lit f Nn 1 be out ic II a better on snowstibes dawn tt t old t i size f n i 4 4 r t It rto II r I aCT13 OwAv 1 roaltlunt Rbi the the Iuis lots or freer rnecee thus cu salRR Nceund caeentuttor S rye aleutfon the aeth n nn r 1d JMLtt1L- ltt puhttea ascertained Y women eart a girl 4z n is g M sh 4a w r x cotL dew York Y was any R dace white y vi hi- a b c an left wealthy o Y r eq drear him tea t s5Cr a edit l M y SS I n g K A ADDRESS ON EDUCATION By John Leveler at Sharon Grove The educational campaign of Ken lucky was commenced last Sunday the in the Western part of TnK1f nli r r bv stet at Sharon Grove before a larc concourse of people The follow ing Is a summary and extract of his address on that occasion Mr P vler said Ladies and Gentlemen Today is the time set apart for the commencement of the educational campaign in Kentucky I have been selected and solicited by the educational board to address you here today and 1 would say that it is a pleasure and gratifying fur me to have the opportunity of addressing you so vital and important a subject But permit me first to deviate from the subject main by way of prefatory remarks I stand you as an humble citizen of Kentucky Kentucky is my native land it was upon her soil where I first saw the glorious light of day I was reared among her hills Kentucky Is the honk of my youth and manhood I love her hills and valleys her rivers and I love the people of their sociability and ueneros try their chivalry womanhood and manhood I am proud of her pro ductlon of statesmanship her elo qucncc and oratory that has moved our great nation with emotion a by magic fire I am proud of Kentuc kys heroes who have become his torte by their valor on fields of blood and victory but I must de list from further talk along this line The subject education should be of great interest to every ciiuen of Kentucky My heart is made glad and I rejoice to see so people gathered here today bid and young in the interest of the great work of education I wish that I had the language and the eloquence to forcibly impress your ambi lion and earnest devotion to the fur thcrance and the promotion of the moral and intellectual condition of our state V ulous to place the education the erudition and scientific advancement of Kentucky in the head columns of the literary attainments ol our great nation and ten old Kentucky be come a blazing star in the cduca tional constellation of our firmament Let us make Kentucky become a becon light to led her sister states to a higher plane of civ ilization and virtue I want to say that I rejoice to see not only native state but all of the states of our great patron ibP of free and the home of the brave tak ing such an interest fur the promo tion and advancement of American civilisation The day of Americas glory has long since dawned more shall the meteors of the air nor insects with gilclcipwings lead astray the benighted traveler or the bleaking buzzard of night triumph over the bird of Jove J rejoice to sec and to know that our state is checkered and dotted all over her hills and valleys with commodious school houses colleges and universities to improve and to advance our intellectual attainments and render Us more progressive and prosperous We see church houses everywhere whose spires are point iwg to Heaven where we can vote pur moral faculties and learn our Christian dqtjcs We hould that we blessed by nature providence and grace and we should learn to appreciate the many ad vantages privileges and opportun fries that have over so people of other cuuntries althu inherit a country whose civilisation is equal to any other country of the world altho we arc proud to bout of our high attainments of know edge and science of our social rc fincrucnt and our Christian lions that we have revealed and de velopcd and vitalized much of the resources the advantages and facili ties of natures treasure yet there tics wraps up within the hidden folds of natural existence truths niul treasures of infinite wisdom good and power that shall be brought to light and use high er and more perfect civilization yet ro come The bunk of nature is spread out before us anti invites one of the grandest studies of tune It embodies all of the science the philosophy theology and learning of the human family The book of nature has been constructed v and prepared by infinite wisdom for the glory and benefit of man If generations lung ago hud com lUTeiiceU a pursuit pf the i c J I County John Pent tt landscapes man upon Ws ull1 lJC i iIVU national m thee rejoice arc c devo- Id ness ba t viijO ifs Jt L ji ff J I i tdi i t I I nth t upon before Kentucky lapel n uinn w knowledge presented in the book of nature might have been far in advance of our presmt status yet amid all of the difficulties of pioneer life and rudeness in our state and nation we have advanced rapidly during the post hundred years If Judge Story who made that master ly address before the society of Harvard University in 1826 on The characteristics and spirit of the age could now appear before that institution he would find extensive field for thought and description and would be at the rapid advancement of his countryIt the work of education and cultivated thought that has brought our country up to its elevated status of all its improvements and found in every avenue and department of our industry it has improved and revised our laws and constitution and the administration of our government Now I want to say to you parents give your children a good education and you will do more fur them than you can any other way You will give them something that cannot be taken from them something they cannot lose all the money that you might give them might take wings and fly away but true education will remain with them a comforting jewel bright gem during life and you should sec that they get moral as well as intellectual training for moral education is the one thing most of all needful I want to say to you that moral education trailing in the greatest power force known to the world it is the foundation and security of our great Republic tired Commonwealth Up on our moral worth and learning de pend our liberties and our laws our constitution and our courts our po laical and civil institutions Take from us our moral acquirements the devotions of our Sunday schools churches and Christian obligations you would reck our nation desolu tion and chaos would be the result Let me impress upon you the import ance of moral training for without moral qualifications scientific other learning and literature iKould be and ineffectirc for Now ojie thing I think will prove detrimental to our moral training and education and that our libraries and our homes are be ing stocked and fulled with all kind of romance fiction and falsehood which has a tendency to cover up and impede the progress of truth There are much time and means now spent in studying fancy and imaginations records of exciting incidences and tradegies which naturally corrupt the minds of the young and burden them with some that is tjnrpal and wjll lead them from the road of a well spent life to uselessness and to failure- S Now I want to say further that I am glad to see so many of the child ren present here today They are the innorpqti of leaven the pride of earth with bright eyes and hearts full of the hopes and aspira tions of life perhaps untrammeled and untainted with vice they are Jhe buds and blooms of your hopes Educate them that they may be your consolation and solace in your de dining years You ant responsibility resting upon you which depends Upon your conduct and action towards your children their destiny and welfare is to a great extent in your hands He member that they are beings of im itatitin npl pgrsjasion your advise and example will have much to do in forming for them characters habits and disposition you are tliiUiug olhcers ot the recruits for the battle of life and control the reserve forces that shall soon be called juto action Educate and prepare your children BQ thttt they be able to meet the demands and requirements of a successful life prepare and qualify them to reach successfully the highest attainments of their aspirations and the goal of their ambition must soon take your places and occupy your posi tiers and responsibilities of life your cares will be upon them thy will have to bear the burdens of life and the heat of the day your even ing beginning to nnd you will be oallud from the field of lifes conflict anti while you have time and opportunity give to your children a good mural and I intellectual education and you will do something that will render them prosperous and happy when you are Now I want to say to the boys and girls and those coming into woman ninnhood i 5 we t a- more and and and knowledge futile 1 there is is thing tender have an import they Your n i shudrs l i gone I hod aria J there not n t astonished conditions may chi are soon l I x one of you within the sound of my voice but what desires to be great and good to live a useful and well life your youthful minds rest upon sublimity and purity your aspirations and ambitions towards honor wealth and fame for such are the youthful per suasions but remember that thous ands have been shipwrecked from such persuasions and have gone down in the wrecks of life To as sist you to accomplish your desires and persuasions you will need true intellectual attainments such will bc sword of success to ead you to the victories of life and will be a guide and guard for you upon the high and rough seas of time and will be compass and chart to lead you clear of the dangerous rocks and snares that arc found in the sea of life You should rejoice that you have been born in the best at the best of times in a country that is supplied with all the needs and facilities necessary to render you in your life happy and A country whose learning and civilization is not sur passed by tiny other country of the world a country that furnishes you with liberty leniencies that are unknown in much of the world You should love and appreciate such a country anti remember that your parents and ancestors who are now providing for you shall soon away and shall leave a nation in your hands and in your care and it your desire to improve upon their defects and errors and to make your country grander and better than before and to ad vanes it with moral and intellectual attainments improve the science the literature and arts and raise your country to a more perfect standard of civilization to do this it is necessary for you to well drilled in all the departments and engagements of life to take charge of national control and be able to advarice its interests You should feel proud that you shall have the opportunity and privilege to reach the highest positions within the gift of your cQiintry NOW the njrst lesson of life is one that ispf vitalyimportanoe which is person ought to jer o first master tbernsclYet disposition habits and propensities if possible To do is one of the greatest vic tories of life The wise man hath said He that ruleth his own spirit more mighty than he that taketh a city Self control is the shield and of life against the missiles of evil influences that surround every the path of life Now in conclusion I would add that you should not only shape and conduct your course fn lift p be useful to yourselvev friends and country but you should learn live for the giver of life and immor tality remembering that this life is but preparatory for a great beyond altho you are young ygu jjavc en feted the bark of being and are on a boundless ocean of eternal voyage and it is necessary to be prepared o meet the demands of the life to come wjjien the triumphs of eternity shall bjqak he bonds of time We are taught that we must the dissolution of all terrcstial things and be in attendance upon the bur ial of nature and must see the vast expanse of the sky up like a scroll anil the incarnate God com ing furtli with ten thousand angels to judge mankind Then let me ad tnonishliyou to prepare to meet that Mi 1tivelcr spoke fur one hour his voius remaining clear and smooth Hickmtn stat ed it life best effort that he hid ever htanl Peveler make RlIOKTFR s 3 0 spent hopes moraland ofcountries prosperous should be ever b 1r 4to 1nan tb this t U is protection individualalong allwitness rapt JJ Se hut asa and pas Nosy I I ilay that Was r Bear in mind that Roark has splendid selections ol wallpaper in stock ready fur and sample books of the finest papers made which can be procured oi short notice after selection Very Serious a very serious Utter to cst for one medicine and havo the wrong one given you For this reason urge you In buying to be careful to get the JWver Medicine The reputation of this eld relIc ble medicine constipation in digestion anti liver trouble is firm It data not imitate other medicines It Is better than others or it would not be the fa revile liver with a larger Brae than all others combined OtD IN TOVK P delivery l i I we genuine bLA I RAT chcd fI r r 1 aiju Provides Our Beaus HcnUt 2 d Happiness Is It not pc Bible together prob able that bodyhealth are contnt jwl in the med roots found in th cvrth in tho laboratory of Nature and made ready man agrowing belief that kingdom fur nishes us the nee i nry blood and tc that balance of health Mnit the human animal ij si diilfrb wrong methods rf liviij Thus we know that we tl3 atm from tho wheat in bread or some cereal foods and iron from cetain vegetables as and If there ij illlicrJtli then cur best method lor recovering our standard balance of to Natures Laboratory the plant lute which will remedy Buried cur forrptsia the plant IiTiOwn as Golden P al llvdra root oi which Edwin 31 hale AI D rrofc3 or cf MaUHa Uedica at Ilahnc mann Medical Chicago etatca In raation to its effects on tho there 5 1 no medicine in use bout which there is such un aninxuy of opinion It is universally as biatatcd ftatcs Dr Halo continues 1rol John M It stim ubntes the and in creases tho assimilation of food By these means the blood is enriched and tins blood feeds the muscular mention the muscular because I believe it first feels the increased imparted by the stimulation of improvement en the nervous are natural results or Queens root is another toot which has been in repute as nn alterative blood purifier and John King M D says of it An unsurpassed few if any other of most cucccssfnl in skin and scrofulous after tions Beneficial in bronchial affections bronchitis relieves irritation an important cough remedy coughs of in bloodmaking and nutrition nnd harm for long periods Dr U V Tierce of Buffalo N Y combined ar extract of the two above roots together with that of Stono root Black bark Bloodroot Mandrake and crine into a prescription which ho put in a and called Dr Tierces Golden Medical Discovery It was mOft pucccrcfrl fa curing etch ailment i and liver Tollowed by blood In cases weak sic xnacb adige i dyspepsia cf or liver T biliousness the Golden Medical never been excelled as n Unic and ir which prta the rfTcctcd or in tuno and en hlg them t perform their proper funclinr3 tonic ii indicate all over When your Is gene furred tarto in treat when work tired blue discouraged amen Lrtlio time to tcl restorative of Dr Ticrct 1rpdC l l inf moOicWrbcracrdTn its ingredients are on tio nott babitf agent chemically pure triple refined give aa a and prc ccnative A good medical book written i plain and frr from technics n YomnVtln consultation Such n v rk is Dr Picrces Common Tcnrn Lfcdical Ac wiser Its a book cf 1CCS paqcs pre fnscly illustrated It given awe cow although formerly in clot for 21 cents onecent stamps to pay for rest 01 ccnl3 nn alesautir clothbound copy Dr PtsH5 Pellets rcrn late and stomach liver nod One a laxative two ov tr w cntbartio Easy to take cs candy Sec the automatic chairs at Ro arks furniture store There has nev er been anythingUkfi them here The Well is now open for the present season anti all par ties having Keys for the last season are requested to renew their sub sortition or return tho Key A LEWIS How and etnonts nl nnt ar inm17 scientists th for t o shout i our each JU h to gent rat csterr ffu Scudder I power The consequent 5shms 011 cars GI correct and were duo to d r1 mcntB L b you It r feel nn r crcf or wrapper It no terms is for h mailing d CC n Dr It Y Pierce Latfalo N Y or 31 for tt Lewiston t or t e delicate get acne says Stillinia rcad gto uo a when baa symptoms of headache ill i contairtt alcohol c ire vet or rcrce e Fortunately there arc many per sons who read books But there arc few people who care for their books as they should Volumes should not be laid aroijirl exposed to dirt and injury Get a sectional book case from Roark Out or a score of fit your needs Call it the store and sec the beauty and advantages of this style of case sectionsto YOUR wtutr FURS IHIDES Feathers Tallow Beeswax Ginseng Coldea Seal etc are Dealers end cart do for Then or merchants Reference flank in Louuville L tags We W l togs tree M lABEL C TAOUIIKO IN 1BBO 228 E Market SI LOUISVILLE KY Yellow Hoot Uer t an for weekly list and ping tfj i Puce do SONS Selecting Wall Paper for one or any number of rooms can be done with sat isfaction at Roarks In the fifty stock patterns shown there is wide variety of design and coloring And the goods are ready for immediate delivery One great ad vantage is the ability to get more if you find you need it and if you have a roll or so over it is easy to return it and get credit m Qjl 101 IOJII 0 JI o 0 r r U to 4ti- S f aux M w iI Just at this time we have several SPECIAL BARGAINS IN QUANTITIES sufficient for to three roomsthe price in cases being half Price on every pattern is low o COME AND SEE OR ASK FOR SAMPLE BOOKS r one some which vill be sent on request Tire sae f- aD0t toO QO a 21 a 1- rr I ti PIANO IIYeconomy and surest satisfaction come from buy 1 ing the product ofmen in love with their work This is our reason for offering you Crown Pianos and Crown Cpmbinojas v i of Geo P Bent Company makers of Crown Pianos knows that is nothing too good to use in their instruments Whenever you buy a Crown Piano of us you are absolutely certain of always they keep tone and last very selling them T M MORGAN SON Greenville Ky l whoare rt Anyone who knows about them n and Jt r 0 v X beingsatisfied w t 7 a dart I I t in EASY TO PUT ON R t JII Q OULL find in buying instruments that the greatest musicals SAVES COST If i OF 1NSI1RANCE The BEST Fire Insurance any country building can hays is a j Cortright Metal Shingle Roof a It cannot bum It cannot leak It never needs repairs J the handsomest long lived roof on the market Insurance Companies r recognize its advantages and are glad to quote lower prices where it is used Drop in std see them 3 G DEXTER CO Agents 1 that andmakes Ill A Little Good Paint in Time Saves When yW buildings need everydays delay you money The sun snow tat ore m woik Lumber costs too much to let it decay for want of a little paint It costs less to use good paint than to with out it We use nothing paint on out Work CARTERSlrlclly Pure 4 WHITE LEAD Pure Linseed Oil Pure Turpentine and the most expensive colora The kind cf paint we me never cracks or scales wear will remove it Let us figure with you when ready to paint We a and durable job prices reasonable Dont put it off J HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 cotta s tIe first dass t brightens ancl preserves about the ic no old or dingy looking furniture orwoodwork in homes where Liquid VCMCT k used all is dean wholttMBe sal M Liquid Veneer can be applied by anybody anywhere at any time there is no muss to clean up after ward There are no cans no no brushes There are DO sticky hands or surfaces Simply moWeR a of cheese cloth wipe off the surfaces as would do dwsttaf Just try Liquid Veneer aad Me how sweet it wW mdw everything 4 z 25 12Qz 60 W II BftlZEHDHE 0 TUB RECORD 500 per year 1I M jev 1 iY 1 01 t r yb t i Petty bottle r r tit7tD iY t rIt- iy t iJt i I cp t lt rlit I I Jt jJi 8ot t IC fc ft LOCAL TIME CARD a SOUTH BOUND fco 123 LoulaTllle Kspresa 102 Cincinnati Express 1M LoulHvllle Limited 130 Central Uty necum 80UTU BOUND v HO J35 Cairo nccotn 121 Aieomtuevlntlon 101 New Orleans Special 1125am 154 pin 408 am IS pin 1240pm Nov 25 1908 w a cnAwroui Agt RESPONSES WALDO KM KKSOX i t KOII niMtqn Mtiy23 1800 u IN will not iSftJur Dm IHK IIIH hilt for lila vtMnys suit ILC yet he rises In a tow of lilt pouttunl fvvoiks to true lioluhtH and plats Into meter J ever from lips of cunning fell tThcthrllUnir Delphic ornele Out from the heart of nature rolled The burdeiiH of the ilWe JThc hniul hint rounded Peters dome Wud groined the of Christian tome Wrought in a lId sincerity iUimHeU front God could not free fllie bullilctl better than he knew ri mn f r c tolnwity grew tccost me the counties host ftri through iliantliiguholrs i Aul through the priest the mind Inspire The wont unto the spoken g a tables yet uiibroktii Thai word by beer or Htlbyla told s jnigrovcrt of oak or fanes of poM lloatA upon the fnornlng wind flll wliUpcra to tliewUlhiff mind rieacccut of the Holy Ghost ffUcLectllcMs world hath never loot H Plenty of rain UYC us your job work jet ready for the glorious 4th Big crowd to last Monday See Harris shoemaker for first clhss repairs 17 13 Arc you going to take advantage pthc cheap excursionrates What is the greatest coal produc Inrgfcounty in Kentucky Muhlen vi Gel typewriter supplies of all Rinds at this office Jrfr Walker Martin of Fort chimren of Skilesville Mo have bin here a few days with relatives and friends R C McCracken if you want concrete work of any kind L Mr J H Richardson and wife rehere from Central City Sunday gisiting the family of Mr W L Richardson Mr Otto Rothert of Louisville is here for a few weeks on business guest of his friend Mr Alvin Tay near town Pi Have Frank Harris repair your Sewing machine Jt f t lulucih amid S11i atm 310 pm Oca ttOT rumuuI hut 1114 lIt his llrok1 ohIo t aisles Ill on cburt JO rth here a I gf tiM i iI 11cIlf tot ltI Twon o 1 f JryIftOI r r Sum ersft vifC and 7 I Barbell Liniment 25e soc awl ioo sizes Every bottl Jar h Williams lor S i lit a I prophet writ hitlil p m 4 a brgl Texas was fev days rcIativcs I4 tlliklndi4 I i MrrValI r 1 I See rCoxs Wife guaranteed Eor safe by vhs 1 b Mrs Ida Moore and son arc here on a short visit to old friends They at the home of Mrs Minnie Martin Dr L P Gibson of Little Rock Arkr was here the latter part of the week on a short visit to the family of Judge J C Jonson Harris shoe repair shop near Baptist church 17 t3 Mesdames W L Phillips and Wni Lcdbctter of Murphysboro Ills are here with their parents Mr T M Morgan and wife A four old boy of Mr and Mrs Chas Eades died of a complication of troubles at their home near Sharon last Friday Wallpaper at 5 cents per roll and up in combinations of sidewalls border and ceiling at Roarks Greenville is still holding a perfect score in the baseball world team having defeated lawson at that place last Sunday in a score of 8 to 3 Flies will not bother a wound where Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Lini meat is used For sale by Jarvis Williams Miss Essie Miller returned Mon day from Louisville where she has been her second year and will spend her vacation with Mrs W T Miller and family Put aircushion tops on your typewriter keys Roark has them call and see what you are missing by not using them Muhlcnbcrg leads in coal produc tion having last year passed Hop kins by producing 1774314 tons of coal We are safe in first place as development this county has just begun while Hopkins is likely to recede now being at the top notch almost If you want your buggy painted in good shape sec G H Adamson He has a good shop uses the best materials and knows bow to do the work jtMisivitallun trab is in Ntshville- where wijL some tune and will then be in Knoxville at both of which places she will take Special courses in the Model Schools special courses and instructors been provided and where many will congregate for work during the summer Typewriter paper supplicsj rib bons etc of all kinds at this office The entertainment given by the members of Madaline Chapter Or der of the Eastern Star at the hall last Thursday night was one of the enjoyable events of the season Each member was to invite a guest and was quite a party In attendance The marches by a dozen of the members were well executed the speeches were happy and well re ceived and the refreshments in formal features etc were all pleas ing Summer are ur fsueII haying teachers privileged months spend Masonic SnJSrescnptione 101 O I 0 rrI f jOh JffjIL IIIIr 1 4 Q T llSurttg- T B Thereis just as much need of having confidence in the pharmacist that puts up your prescriptions as there is in having confidence in the doctor that diagnoses your case and writes prescriptions We have the most com plete pharmacy in the county and guar antee every ingredient that goes into the prescription we send out to be ab solutely pure dotiiit3kr8 2rug Mone 86 vi 0 fjl tore U r1 0 lt IOr W 1 r j ltj I your- L4 I n Li 4ir j 5Jioi p L p w aS 1 d S Briar Creek De icated Last Sunday Briar Creek one of the old churches of the Cumberland Presby terihn denomination has a new building and one of the largest congregations that has ever at a similiar service in the gathered there last Sunday to dedication It is estimated that at least 1200 people were present The church had been built in less than four months and was entirely free from debt ready for dedication Liberal friends in attendance made up a purse of about Sioo with which will be provided fine bell The dedicatory sermon was deliver ed by Rev J T Barbee of Dawson Springs and was a masterly address To the pastor Rev G B is largely due the credit for the new building as under his care the church has made wonderful progress along all lines This is the eighth church that has been built under the pastorate of Rev McDonald who is a tireless effective worker and a fine organizer Rev McDonald is popularly known as the marrying parson on account of his great popularity among people who wish a minister in that line and now he will be equally known as the church builder There is no better anywhere than that made up by the excellent people around Briar Creek and their church compares favorably with houses of worship in many towns of considerable popula County Union A S of E Muhlcnbcrg County Union A S of E will be held at Greenville court house on Thursday and July i and 2 1909 All local unions will please take notice and send delegates accordingly J F Doss Co Prcs Narrow Escape of R F D Carrier Mr Paul Pannell the rural mail carrier had a serious accident and a narrow escape at the depot last Saturday morning as he his route As he was crossing the railroad tracks an engine began popping off steam which frightened his horse which began to run and collided with a telephone post Mr Pencil was ihrown and iht i mail vagon waulcxj i siUtir fblVWt up the horse escaping without n Flying glass cut the driver severely in the face narrowly miss ing his eyes Mr LeMont Pannell is making the route temporarily finely Svggestion to Greenville and tier Patriotic 1eople Looking to the completion of the new school building I will say school house and public in the state should possess the United States flag If it is not dis played every day during school hours it certainly should be hoisted on the opening day of the term on the dates of the state and town elec tions when the president or is inaugurated and on the 4th of July The Hag should also float to the breeze on the anniversaries of historical events occuring during the school terms on these days special exercises in honor of the event will add to the childrens in terest m the history of their town state and nation- I wotijd suggest the following list to commemorated by displaying the flag on school buildings Feb 12 Lincolns birthday 1809 Feb 22 Washingtons birthday 1732 March 17 Evacuation of Boston by the British 1776 April Zj Jeffersons birthday 1743 April 9 Lees surrender 18 April 1 9 Battle of Lexington 1775 May 22 Foundation of Va 1607 May 30 Memorial Diy 1868 June 17 Battle oi Bunker Hill 1775 i June 20 United States flagadopt d 777 Sept 5 First Continental Con gress 1774 Sept 17 United States Constitu tion adopted 1789 Oct 12 Discovery of America 1492 Oct 17 Surrender of Burgoyne 777 Oct 19 Surrender of Cornwallis 1781 Nov 25 Evacuation of New York by the British 1783 Dec 21 Landing of the pilgrims 1620 Why not place our fla on the point the young minds to the above facts and arouse a of love for our glorious free country Respectfully J A ROSE gathered McDonald U community tion startedon Jury every building governor b Jamestown schooland feeling t county seethe Friday put Owcnsboro Boosters Club Yesterday Members of Owensboros and mercantile interests 100 strong arrived here at 8 oclock yesterday morning and for two hours enjoyed the sights courtesies handshakes and reunions incident to the mingling of old friends and new made Acquaintances To most of the visitors it was a new town Many of them had been here years ago a few come here regularly but the majority had never been here To all however except those who come icgularly it was a new city as old things hare passed away and new and better things have ap peared Every one was delighted and there was a round of praise and astonishment for we had many fea tures improvement over the home city of the boosters The court house came in for the laigcst share of praise but our business houses residences concrete pavements and the like caused the fullest words sof praise Our people supplied ve hides to bring the party up town where all were landed at the court house and where men women apd children had gathered in large num bers Mr W H Gray made the welcome address and in a few words made the visitors realize that welcome to the best town in western Kentucky Owensboro of course accepted A short was made by Mr Geo H Cox president of the Owensboro Business Mens Association follow ed by Hon R C Clark one of the leading attorneys of Owensboro Judge Sparks was then called for and made a happy talk and then Dr D M Griffith for the Boosters made a short talk All speeches were well received and then there was a short time for informal mix ing socially the time being fully oc cupied The Third Regiment band K N G furnished the music and it was the finest body of musicians that has ever visited our town Many of the members wcr son al friends of our fellow i nan Mr Eugene Miller any years in Owensboro and it and visited his home where K on fined by illness and after guciin s serenaded him This was atouch intj tribute and was deeply feltr by they took their special points along the C and night Tuesday was spcnt along tU 0 N to Every member of the party was pleased with and pronounced it the most sociable and wide awake spot that had been visited And Greenville was delighted with the Owehsboro Boosters Special Fourth of July lates theywere response who Si ri11 a lt- rd II i t I home Ada 1VI tie Greenville I manufacturing i 51S mck6Thcdemo where The I C Railroad will sell holiday rate tickets on July 2 3 4 5 good excursion for return until the 8th inclusive at a round trip rate of one and one third fare All points south of Louisville Cairo and St Louis in clusive available See VY G Crawford local agent for further particulars Death of Mrs A J Nickels Friday Mary E wife of Mr A J Nich ols thud at their home in the east end at 10 oclock last Friday morn ing For some years Mrs Nichols had suffered from tubercular trouble but the immediate cause of her death was pneumonia from which she had suffered but a few days Deceased was in her spth year and was born in Grayson county The family moved here from Hardin county about eighteen wonths ago and have made many friends who stood by the sufferer rendering every aid and ministering in every manner to her comfort She is sur vived by her husband and eight children and in their sorrow they are joined by a wide circle of friends Mrs Nichols was a member of the Methodist church and her Chris lien life and work worthy of example Funeral sarvices were held at the Methodist church at z oclock Saturday afternoon con ducted by the pastor Lewls and by Rev Ryan and followed in Evergreen cemetery this having been the first visit of death In the family School Taxes Taxes due school district No 14 nave been in the hands of collector James Lyon since June i anti are due The penalty will be placed on all receipts not paid before Aug i 1909 T J SPARKS Chm You will not be able to jest in heaven if you practice rcstingvhjge ate was ne Rev inter ment Due t Board Series You Right The J L Roark Estate carrying complete stocks in all departments in the best position to Serve You Right Possessing the most modern uptodate equipment and having the best scien tific talent we are able to produce the highest mark results and can there fore to your own satisfaction Serve You Right It will be to our mutual benefit if you will allow us to SerVe You Right The volume and quality of our business arc the result of each other The better the service we give the larger business we get the larger the amount of business given us the better service we can give in return THE J L ROARK ESTATE Greenville Ky u 4 i i X Ift J t 944i4 4 4 S 9 4 q i 4 4r i5 I a V S S S 4444r I Depoy Items Haiti Is damaging crops Sonic corn is getting a Icctlc bit foul G W Oliver was here on business Saturday J IVMuthis went to Stonypoint on business Friday Mrs U Royal children visited Tnjrgart brother last week Mr Mrs Frank Martin of Barlus community visited here Saturday and SundayMr Endes began threshing wheat Tuesday with his bran new separator Dr Argalbrite of Fruit Hill who recently located here is visiting in Fruit now Miss Joffers of Grayson county is to teach our fall school She comes well recommended Mrs It II McCown who is in very poor health is in Central City where she treated by Dr Walton Dr Will Bailey of White Plains was here Sunday in consultation with Dr D 1 Moore dyer AV T Underwood j who seriously ill i iioneoiuMiUUMmviiMopertiiuu on ilutuD the little ft yearold daughter t lien Roberts on last Thursday for ap pendicitis She is doing nicely Oscar Stokes is to be at home soon from Memphis Tcnn where he has been taking a business course for sev eral months in one of the best schools MemphisJ and wife and daughter Miss Gola did actually board the early morning train for Iaducah Sunday where they spent the day returning Sunday evening Plants trive off oxygen antI take up carbonic acid gas and yet we arc for the improvement of the sanitary condition to cut the weeds Why so Mr Editor Friendship Mrs Fannie Hill is still improv ingMiss Nella Kennedy is on the sick list at this writing Mr J E Smith of Ifopkinsville was in our midst Sunday Messrs Floy Boggcss and Ross Elkins were in our midst Sunday Mr Balis Hope and fatuity were visiting relatives in this vicinity Sun day Mrs Richard Craig called on Mrs Charlie Boyd Sunday after noon Mr Hczekiah Carneal of Ohio visiting relatives here last week Sabbath school was largely attend ed here quite a number ot visitors being If Madam Rumors predictions are true there will be a this vicinity soon Mr Charlie Metzker and son of Oklahoma were visiting Mr Joe James and family last week Messrs Theodore Kennedy and Arthur Bandy were the guests of Mr Wiliiam Kenned j Sunday To the Public I W L Harris having bought Will Hullinaus shoe shop near the Baptist churqb with the understand ing that he would not set up any more in Greenville while 1 stayed here but has be done so and I ask the people of Greenville and vicinity to give me their vork and I will treat them right All work at reas onable prices L HARRIS Shoe makjir 241 Y Mr Junes Miller and children of Booneville Ind are here on a visit to the family of Mr J S Miller W unit I Jim isbeing I admonished countywas weddingIn W t 1 u tie present- j LewisLovaH Wedding lion W W Lewis and Mrs Sal he Loran were married at the home of Mr Wesley Reed near Dcpoy at 7 oclock last Monday night Rev F E Lewis performing the the presence of a few friends anti relatives The bride is a most excellent woman widely known and related and appreciated for her many sterling characteristics Mr Leu is is widely known and de servcdly popular with our people whom he has served in a public way as a school superintendent and and in public and pn rate life has the confidence He lives now at Jason in Todd county where he is in business and where he will continue to make his home The couple have the very best wishes of a wide circle of friends Scatexce Seratis The noblest work often lies neal e Only a life is afraid of be ing worn out The battle without goes as goes the battle within Duty has a stern face only when viewed askance Gifts to God can never make up for thefts from men He who honestly seeks to save an other finds himself He never has a message who does not know how to listen The wastes of love bring greater riches than the wisdom of greed Lying lips are none the better for working in a prayer meeting No duties are better done than thosawe do without thinking of duty Where every one has an ax to grind there will be little hewing to lineYou cannot become one of the tools of the infinite if you flee from his anvil No advantage is smaller than that gained by taking advantage of a friend The man who always does what he wants is rarely wanted for what he does The best evidence of loyalty to truth is liberality enough to give all truth no use talking about the peace of God if your life is a provocation to your neighbors The nan who s only marking time is most likely to be singing about marching to Zion One trouble with the habitually crooked man is he never knows which way he is turning Fine Farm Land for Sale- I sell 76 acres unimproved farm land one mile of town For particulars call or write Dean Lovell Greenville Ky jii2itf Give your job printing orders to TilE RECORD WANTED Trustworthy man or woman in each county to advertise receive orders anti manage business for New York Mail Order 1800 weekly position permanent no investment required Previous experience not essential to engaging Spare time valuable Enclose self addressed envelope for full particu lars Address CLARKE Co Whole sale Dept 103 Park Ave New York uns4 ceremonyin representative ofall t I putty I achance Its ill House- S S S No 4350 REPORT OF CONDITION OF TIlE fiRST NATIONAL BANK at in the State of Kentucky at the close of business June 23d 1 RESOURCES Loans and discounts S178727S7 Ovcrdnifts secured and uns 2VJ331 U S Bonds to secure circtn 30 Qua op Premiums on IT S llonds Stock securities etc TRdOU Hanking house fur and fixt llH SO Other teal estate owned Due from National Hanks reserve ugents 95 io03 Due from State thanks Hankers Due from approved res rgts 5122811 Cheeks and other cash items JlMiMr Notes of other National Hunks llooOO Fractional paper currency nickclH and cents 330S Lawful Money Reserve in Hunk vtz Specie 2007000 r Legaltender notes 78000 2085600 Uedemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent cir culation 150000 TOTAL 39470333 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In 3000000 Surplus fund I0ooboo Undivided profits less expenses and tnxpH Mid 550113 Natl Bank notes uutstand 30jOODOO Duo to othrr National Ifauks sasfJS Due to Jitato and Private Banks and Hankers 43990 Dividends unpaid Indl sub to check 10723049 Time certificates o deposit l08C275 Certified Checks Cashiers checks outstanding OOO Total 394763135 State ot Kentucky Countr of Multlenbcrjr as I John T ReyiioldH Jr Cashier of the nb re named bunk do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of knowledge mod belief JOHN T KETSOLUS Correct Attest UT MAIITIX M XAHTI E J PntiKAiu Directors Subdcrlbeil and sworn to before me this 35lh UayofJ unc 1009E A TAYLOR Notary Public My expires Feb 13 1910 The educational whirlwind cam paign over the state has been attract lug much attention this week Here the attendance has been rather light as farmers are so busy that few were present at the speeches Eu bank delivered an address at the court house Monday night to a small audience 175 Louisville Excarswn July 13 The regular bargain excursion to Louisville will be run by the I C railroad on July 13 leaving here at 106 p m and on return will leave Louisville on July 15 at 4 p m giving two days in Louisville This is a western Kentucky excursion no stops will be made in either direction between Central City and Louisville The round trip rate is 175 and for further particulars see W G Crawford local agent Rufus Dennis solicits hauling of all kinds and gives prompt and careful service at reasonable rates The boys and girls who assisted in the work on cleanup day enjoy ed a day in the woods at the Isbell schoolhouse Tuesday Members of the Womans Book Club acted as chaperones and a fine time was had notwithstanding a light rain The picnic was given the young sters by the business men Roark has the most practical Davenport market and has sold a half dozen to pleased custom ers since Christmas The Daven port is supplanting the folding bed as everyone wants an article that be used every hour of the day See the samples on Roarks floor and see for yourself the advantages over any other line that is on the market The prices are reasonable too 4 r f I P 71 and t r I 4 10 0 t f 1 t f m rot t 6 o ofIf outh t not t I I commission S and 5 S 5i fellS can r 3 5W5 SS X I f Iv t iCLf- c rr t ROARX Furniture Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Wrapper Slippers Grave Vaxitts ROARK 11 T 1 f w np per r1 4 Jim r 2 Robes f isinec io Kansas Farmer Uses Oro While Dragging a Public Highway GETTER THAN A HOSE TEAM Machine For Pulling tho Drag Hakes Faster rotor Car Has Drought Abut In Improvement of Roada When tilt motor car first found Its to the Knnnns fnrm It appeared luxury Sou It blame n not un common pleasure nnd thru a necessity And n It Is today cspcfiitlly In Oil Kmirets wheat belt where more cars ln found on the farms than In any other port of the west Many fanners have ihem and n ma jority of Hume who are not so fortu hate have time motor cur fever In t most virulent form The farmers con fess Mint Ihls fever tan be cheeked only by n failure of the wheat anti corn crop or by the desire of every farmer belns jtratlficdby having n car at his disposal The machines are now so tlilk on the KaiiwiH prnlflas lu some sections that urn traveling over the rural roads In of er ty J AUTOS fOR ROAD WORK I I I I wIth Time cflrm n I I t the fin1 urN sslty aria UOTOU CAR POIMNO A KOV D1IAO will count at least two motor COlS 1 every live ehlclesr passed In a days drive There is probably not another ma chine found on the farm today that can be put to so tautly practical uses as the motor car There are very few things to do on the farm except the tilling of the Boll In which the carcnn not b brought Into practical use It Is valued by time farmer for Its speed probably morn than any other quality ns the farmcc is learning more and to value his time just as the iriqii In the ounce or the factory T j time north of Salina r dozen mlle or 8olherv Is a public road whirl that it has been welt taken care The effect of time ling drag Is to be for more tuna a mile along one farm and It is not an uncommon sight on that road to see n farmer with lot touring cur spinning along at the rate of Rlxtn eight tulles an hour with n tare King drag following attached to the machine with a chant This farm er has the drag for some time but more frequently In the last few months than ever before lie prefers ft earTor the drag to a team of horses because he makes better time Sometimes It takes two men one to run the car and time other to the drag A heavy weight will the Bairn purpose as the second man but It h u custom for the farmers to work tin wads together and It comes naturally sineo the advent of the mo Is seen at the garage The farmer accustomed to tanking his own pairs that ho naturally falls into the job with the car He finds it Just easy s ruiiiring his harvester Ills cultivator or his bicycle Perhaps he may have a slight difilculty with some of tin electrical parts of the engine lait when hi hits seen It repaired never tins the same dilliculty again nt least nut to such an that 4jcpert has to see It The public roads In central Kansas nretmrh that a touring car can be tat en out almost any time Mud cuts no figure with the farmer and this is ono feature that maters his car of value to him The town man will run Ida machine in the mud but the farmer doesnt care much However time farmers are talking gocd roads now more than they ever did before and tills Is our reform the motor car has brought about Already in many of the public roads the little gullies have been tilled up and the little been cut down More than ycaf ago the Sallnn motor club began advocacy of good roads The farm pw were pot In genern sympathy with the inotorists and they were slow to take hold of the scheme arguing that tale ifi central Kansas were not so had They knew the object was to It easier riding for motorists and Isppclnlly for the tourists from pastern cities who desired to spend summer In Colorado making the overland farmer ns a rule laughed at time Idea then but now be Is right in- line If be doesnt own n car now he expects to some day and lie Is in hopes the roads will bo made better before his machine arrives on Ills farm roads were dragged Inst year than ever before In time history of county and It Is safe to say that the present year will be a record breaker In this tint of worlc The motor car of the farmers Is In fluencing good roads In another way The dealers are the mot active good roads advocates In time urine One of he principal inutor dealers for In stance nrnkiv It a business to deliver a good with car The dealers have been and they from time stand point of both Kiditsii Partners get the Idea at the very beginning and they never go behind doctrine Kansas City Star mot ot i I r t I out I u o haTe the roads mil i the trip More Sa- Unau 1 t J 11 J farmers oj I J 4 R s n C P 4m r tg shows seen S x used y ir tartso a f She extent a e 1 sue r n m S 1 11 i kno J I i f I the t xSb e ranch lecture t know thi nlr act s now yr rr vJS lar e r ROAD IN Method of Maintaining Highways and Filing Up Qeft II may ninny to learn luw road nuilntcmiure is cnrilisl out In Civtit rritnn mid ramous All trails curl bridges art under the direct charge of the county surveyor who Is nil a Uiilln l civil engineer assistants under him to see to detail work He divides the tautly the county into sections as ceem best to him fur maintenance purples These several sorttuns are advertised locally In the newspapers and by nth means and bids are invited for their maintenance for six or twelve months says Tames Johnston of Douglas court Nob In tilt IJreedcrs Gasetto of Chicago These bids are opened on n certain day by n board of county com missioners assisted by time county sur veyor The lowest bidder gets the work hut no bid Is ucceped until the bidder puts iV n bond signed by two solvent sureties that the work will be performed Should the contractor foil to do the work th county surveyor can have It done roan sue the bondsmen for the work and rests All bidders for till work naive specifications of the work to be done on the several sections of road How long the section Is hum many tons of metal are to broken put on cleaning keeping the water tables clear amid the praus the road all these are ppoeifled RO that he knows exactly what he has to do The of putting on metal Is looked niter very closely Inured Time con tractor has to put nil the material on the rondslda The surveyor or his as sistant cornea and measures It nnd lpn marks it with slaked lime so that t cannot be interfcrrcd with un Ill It Is put on the road Farmers are always the contractors for this work The roads everywhere are always ti good condition There are ninny sot spots over there hog and low land with rain every day and sometimes hours at n time but tla heaviest auto can spin along the beg roads anti In the rnlnlest weather with no damage to the road They have no difficulty with time soft bottoms 11 Ireland They simply throw In rock mud the softer the spot the bigger tho rocks until they make It t hard spot and then put the BinuH alult on top A inlstrike will surely IK made If bricks are thrown Into soft spots They are simply no good for the purpose Intended It Is to be hoped that the people of time nUll wasting money in shovelh j dirt the soft spots but will go work like men of business mud roads NEW KIND OF ROAD MATERIAL Salt sand Alksli Scale From Boilers Used In Parts of Kansas The farmers In ventral Knnsns ns well ItS tin iirupliv In the towns bar j been Intorcstcd In good roads for soy cnil years amid In EllsworJh and I vlclulty one eau almost any U nd of si inade rasa one or two places In Ellsworii county there are spurt roads wheio trcntuient his lyen given to il pavement on Douglas avenue in Eli worth Here re two lilorks of the visitors to the The treatment of this WAS commenced about two or three years ago consisting of nud One cinders In layers then n covering surface of salt und alkali scale The water In Ihls country Is very lihnl nnd in all the steam hollers nt the salt ml3 und other factories n sort of alkali forms which must be remov ed frequently nut this with the snIt and alkali scale that forums In Uie salt pans Is used on Douglas avenue It forms n hrrd crust and makes a excellent street It Is n success on the most busy thoroughfare of Ells worth sail If the supply was taut BO limited the fanners would use It for the rural roads nnd more of time streets Ellsworth would be unveil with It salt antI alkali crust on Douglas avenue Is now about three Inches i thick nnd this lies on three Inches rt coarse finders and three Inns of line cinders It makes a pretty street In appearance bring like au asphalt pave ment before It becomes dirty cf Oiling Reads published repcrt of the Boston park commission is Interesting In 1900 twelve miles of road were treated with oil to keep down the dust nnd the result was so satisfac that hi 1007 the whole extent of than forty miles was treated In this way Mr Putnam the engineer has carefully calculated the cost and he says that the annual cost of sprin kling n thirty foot roadway was 139 a mile whereas thp cost of oiling the came roadway thirty feet wide was wins In addition to laying the dust the asphaltum In the oil had n binding effect on the surface of the road and very materially lessened the test for repairs The oil Is put on in an Klon In which fifteen pound tif soap dissolved In fifty gallons of water mixed with n hundred gallons of oil the whole bring agitated to proper point cf emulsion and then 130 gallons of this are mixed wlth 4oO gal Inns of water and sprinkled on roads The plum has given the best satisfaction In Iloston and might be tried elsewhere with corresponding ly satisfactory results A Mavc Per Qiod Rssds Nearly 1000000 voter of Iennsyl vnnin have signed petitions asking the Htrtto to start the movement which In 1513 will hire n bond issue of for building hood roads rime sum of r 000COO will be for to begin Immediate work a I t t d l wo K GLAND uses U tIcs rul w lit mfr four h I 1 r Into o huts J see rAt similar I bra I I Its tot nCost I lalntttrt rIO ooOOO ark j i II Spot lutta est th nut matter tic E itt tint four own sirs coarse tmu t more enl era t t to Its s snit ruhr her RlVERViEW EXPOSITION thicagoi Greatest Amusement Enter prisa Completed at a Cost of 5000000 None of Chicago other marvelous itchlcvenionts ennui mho great amuse ment It has pest HIVICHVIEW EXPOSITION ThiN exposition everything of ltd character since tho original Worlds Knlr Klvc million dollars was expanded to make it a crowning gem in Chicagos coronet of beautiful parks Last season 7600000 portions visited tho exposition This yoar it will commodate A trip to Chi would be Incomplete without a visit there lUVKRVlEW EXPOSITION Caesars ancient Circus Maxlmua Where 5UOO dancers entertained tome Five thousand dancers could be lost In nny one of 1U courts esplanades cau lowaya or wooded jjrovcs show girls trick riders Indians and cowboys nro used In Its Frontier Day nlono Tvlco ns are accommodated in tho amphitheater where bull occur bulls daring Toreadors dolly enact thrilling contests for lift death A Spanish band of 100 pieces discourses national muslo bands render opon air concerts Time Industrial telegraphy flying machines nlrtglhlp other mechanicit marvels 5 co 1 Ra mnn mnn htll acv u stir lund ireless niVFUVIEW EXPOSITIONS match stupendous scenic animated hy lilbllcal characters of the Garden of Is destined to attract worldwide attention It Is tho of the genius of K W McConnell builder of several worlds fairs and hi hundred artists The ceno Is the Valley of the phrases here tradition locates Eden Awed spectators view as ret production ns conceive Th drama closely ho Scripture There li first a void then darkness dawn and light separation of tho sky the earth and the waters beginning of life In the air and the nnd nhw roping unit prowling thingn coie tlnl unseen bandsj thu creation of Adam and Eve temptation transgression and expulsion Gabriel who drives with flaming sword A grout 25000 organ Intones muslo Its deep tubes produce thunder and Its notes the mlmirny of forest small life Flashes of lightning nnd angry storms are made by electrical and water effects Space forbids nn adequate description of magnificent great novelty Is The Races nu English panorama Fifty tached to over the high way to Coventry Jr1S attraction Time Creation Thtc start of u e is den tngcl RIVERVIEW EXPOSITIONS Court of Honor has rarer been the Ancient Hanging Gardens of Baby Ion Its center Is a lagoon water through which flash myriads of silver and gold fish The are fringed with emerald lawn set In rows of Caa code fountains prismatic sprays overhead and cooling downward into the Fantastic facades and white pavilions through tho trees as n setting for the beautiful landscape titer Niagara Falls reproduces or n mammoth the famous Tho inspiring strands of bands sorter tones orchestras sounds ot merriment from Joyous throngs sunlit waters forestry gay showplaces the whirr of aerial cars and whistles of miniature railroads vocalization of tho animals of Circle D Ranch chanting Indians the familiar rooting in the baseball park the silent onward movement of the river that courses through the great park and millions of activities that 1m part pleasure and make RIVERVIEW EXPOSITION piece of magic the like of which thl lass never seen Slogans Sewing Machine runs lighter thaI any other lasts longer than any other IB more beautiful any other MEE than any other is easier to operate than any other makes a more perfect stitch than any other ia the best ofall com hired in one FREE SEWING MACHINE CO CHICAGO ILLINOIS TI MORGANS SON Agts Mr Chits W Uonrh is local rep rcicniativc of sonic of the best tire insurance companies and will ap prccmtc your business which will be cared for promptly and in the very best mauner since pin t falls machine m II 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