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Ufflco C5 F SU WnshlUBton D C Cures Colds in any part of body UrlKVfs ANY an Or Fenners Oough Honey t- Whcru other iuo lli in fails this will lirnif 7 5 a rare Taken Infurv tinvtnu 3 Urlp Cold Itlicuinatlum Cruu fir Influenza Whooplnz Cuuch Iknlrra The Me wait foe Froiloula M Y COO l US TRADC MARKS DESGN 1 on tntenta r i ntif8e n6n i gCa a I Ji y tlIh 5 P- OCtJll5UIfI IIUII 4 UJlUunc1J 1I15 t ri C t f Q nay tT sent frog for tllrou i w 1 non a3alBroadway Hew or n 3 7 turrh T I I j Xhitc Sewing Mtchines in rotary and vibrrjq uocclles shuttl etc in stock for all j machines ROARKS STORE Coiiufete Mork CoRfracicJ I Am prepared to do pavement and other concrete won nd shall beg fa mae cstiffiates n pave 5 M ed 5rt base oid slKf GO llTO e nplj ing with city ji tlications every particu Ja Gixc me an opportunitw to hill on your contracts Call Pittman Bros meat shop Best of everything in this lijj j Telephone No 274 Talce advantage of our clubbing offer sp J the iaj5v wonder jour I iI ihr Months and TIIK RECOKU I f year for only 150 I I 1 men t lim ore hoot s 17 l 0 I n J t I t lit G ItYtekAcKEN get Jt is the wonderful webproems yhieh it is and the of workman dli the resqlt of rs experience that makes the STEARNS best of all mattresses- It is dustproof moistureproof verminproof mwt sanitary mattress hnowp It is health prolcclfa to hav j Atp oite h LA Sold an 60 Nights Free Trial The J L ROARK Estate WJSTEIuMJTTRS 2 germproofthe F y byt macho e c ol t d tall t s S Tile ftejlstcred SOAR NOXAL WONDER Ha 7450 sire Perfect Wonder 4 POLAND mNA iWo Buy W Jf ldc8 rd woo 4 I ltt1tb a n Feathcra BCCJVKS Cn ess Sa Vt42a rRoo My Apple Vi l Cinger Vc are defers nliLLtheJ ia IG5SOffr Wf aooitatyin Lain at j cu co bctt r for you titan neenu or IticMe ry Dial in LoueiJs v price list sJ tbiprio t j iffe edJSfl Sens2- 2S E St I CHISViLlE KY Tallew Gar on f ark t r etc cow na nit V tit r Very I It is a very serious matter to ask for ens medicine zrl have th3- v wrong cno given you For wo u go in buying jj to lu toturchil to get the genuine cnJliv r t v i ojtt i T j OVhev medicines It is better than is others or it vvJd riot be tbi fa C- vcrita liver jovder with Q Jr sale than all combined r SOLD RJ TOWN r P Feathers Tallow Beeswax Ghserg CojIcnScal YcWKcot etc VV crc Dealers can t e IjcUcrffycu agents of cotcwl ii u any Bank Jn c- Vritc for list and ship SAO SONS CTA IISIICO IN ICES C0 E Kar let St LOUISVILLE KY r n t nill 5 S you BlAlK rdT r1edlcnc mIr ft tic ble m Ql7 cc ali n tl not c hero J itwro 11 lO u fM H t3 tJ ICUR W Y bJtIf1f Pfr Louis of We 1 price ping furnish hags t ii I 7t t treason RC n ftGLiver The of his cid rcitr ic i i df cares ijrm 3d mast yam f uJ mD1uDr JRsi anti tan tags Je fool bra L r Lrr KING OF THROAT AND LUNG REMa DIES 2 A LSi Gcsa Y r avsr ant are HrtliBC m t V 1 nbr coru tao much to a n ut si A lutl pot It eort ue jjcJ ti it 7e u c net ag l u M ca ou want WHITS UIAD Pura LJneeod Oil Ttvrtrlinc and Ac ni Rjmsaih e The of p aot ve use never clad scales scat of csvr will moose it vrk yqy that ft Jy to Ve n trctcIK and durable job rifLes roiucnablc Dout put i oL Painter and Interior 2 Decorator No 234 JOJ Tr1ooI 3 I 1 ON yu la y ThI DIw lUll tor ls1 t put CAnTE Pun paint J r UNION LAVIN fENCE y ottttxrr l Licrcw y ties- tUay ay faint the without t Ml tirre aura lad Letup fIji ie FL HMS helc 0 5 4TM Wt VftT illsproves oatlo for Inivns door cards gar mnkw fourlrs fur Imvna warms H I 1 lior poultry Write UNION FENCE CO DoKnlb IU ICancas City Mo C H HOWARD S CO to ko Gardal for ycur fcnialo troubles because v3 are sure it vM hci you RemerrQf that iUs fjica iCftsIo remedy W Ii II U U U l I enA Cur trtaln I ffi I t1t1 1L ver Rotary our tutu You i1NE rpJc J tjl has brought relief to thousands of i er scl vomen so why not to yu i For headache backache f I roucal pains weak best medicine to take Try It I gold in This City 11 f mae iess mangy have saId it Is FIJ te tot d t f the County is rich in coal iron timber potters clay fete and the most inviting field in Ken for investment ofcapital and pluck r loarA 1 L i tucky t FTW r u J1 Ia r rr r- u wen er f VOL XII NO J GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY MARCH 17 1910 SOc PER IN ADVANCE Iy YEAR Travel Tinugli the Air The organization of aero clubs by the students in scvral American universities is considered more or less in the light of a joke In fact the usual attitude of people on tIns side of the Atlantic toward acio utilities lacks all elements of serious ness The United States army au thorities are doing something in this direction as Chicago citizens are to JSP ponncctjon with the celebra lion Qf tl c fourth of July But the American inattention tq travel thrpugh air 15 astonishing when the continental interest i recalled and particularly so ten the dis jgctlv tratifjing achievements of Amerjcnn jnveutojs the fcepl jf T jnd Across the Atlanip however is a ifndily Increasing ac tlvlVi fails 9 to J j of warfare thg pofsjpjljties pf pomnprcc and the Improvements transportation aljc stjni iiU w af HIP jiujated mgch lie dreams itch as that pf the licnpan icronim liO hopes to visit the United States hi May 1 ig Tcneriffe Ma Prt6 Rico Haiti Cuba and tloridj Yhen the realization o- ffrelc cc rriitnicauoti Ii rememS m i i i u lowevcr no ore wi I riski I t I colling even this proposal an ab i iiv i U jarjs Trapsaei jap arouse vij tar yv irgdoubt by iis Rnnounooment of early trips via Dover and Calais and than one individual will ad mire the enterprise of the baronet his brother who propose to de jjote their wealth to the develop fifeiu Bristol ot a practcaj ctjuip for operating aeroplanes for commercial purposes being fully convinced that much carrying will be done through the air at no distant date The arrangements uiacfe by ilielucerne autyo fo sf rvpp arniiiirl the R5i i and I bppern of yisitOFs suggests how the pleasure of tourists Is to become a factor m exploitation of the air Far more important because studied with greater care is the re of to warfare JpVrlLiMUclicf ntn ori n fnrJ r Three dirigitles to be used by at Coputantjnople Atlriapoplp the outlay being a natural result of successful experi meats made in recent months There is every reason to believe that the fcavalry will lose its long familiar per yhatever the value of the gir may be actual fighting there seens to be ceneral aBrcement Regarding its worth ip scputjng tq gollecljon of intejbgence n dcbfrup lion Of minor supplies in Jistuibipg enemy at least so far as moral effect is considered and in assistin the sommaUler in in battle With wealthy men anti well companies willing to spend large amounts of money with skilled scientists like Sir Hiram Maxim countless hours to perfecting mnchineiy with popular of thousands of pounds for construction of military airships ancj a Constantly growing mtbr in every land in trial flights ex citing competitions and practical demonstrations there is no doubt about the large part which is playing in the present day life of the old world The wonder that Americans are content to so far behind in the Suppuration As with s many of the physical ailments which afflict the human race it is now generally recognized that a boil or a carbuncle is really a battle royal between the cells which are our protectors and the le tins wiiich wbujtl be e troyers heiitle the especial dis ggjceable office of which is to excite je formation of pus is called in njcdjcjne the stauhylopoccu Mjen It cntfanpe to the hu pigp h y it at Puce sees to work It its unpleasant industry TllP uninciijate resijHs are signals of distress which take tho form of local with its accom paniments of itching swelling and burning These uncomfortable I in the r I Idle s m are from pp I oJ t tt f toe s U t r tore rind at r bent r t e fr profitable its army and Snlonlkl e s 9 aril j It i are I F d in tip l n subscriptions aeronautic remains keep matter l icroLe I lntlauntati n t ere c 1lEasure peps f9 r next t 1 ere f1ir e ma lea onllolli it a aln fan v inters t tan ee business ties aeri- sql lltit fAr t order 1 htile f chc aiislle an4 acroplane vessel t fchi flowed devoting tit opt our c Nos e r t i l j symptoms ate a warning to the leu cocytes or protecting bloodcells that R colony of staphjlocccci has formed slid set up a factory and will presently do much damage to the surrounding country unless they can be checked Dame Nature therefore hurries a great number of leucocytes to the spot so many in fact that they are to cut off the enemy from the sur rounding tissue and after starving them into submission to then 0H When a boil breaks and the inflammation at once goes atilt is a jgn that virtue has triumphed once more jqcjcs ayc wpji particular cell seeins to be pndocl vith almost huuian intelli gencftj as hoyn by t nqwjpe of to atact anrl atuj do jt reie uho are suffering ffqm certain wcakcnjng llPSsr cents from exhausting illresaea and m tact any one who is in a condi tiCii of lowered vitality Irons any cause whatever A single boil will I sometimes mke its bo n J if of some local irritation as riu i c tar example from the constant of the neck by a rough sweater i ever mind what may bp Q wjit cause oj ow the general condition of the sufferer may seem jq be it s ycll tq t e tl qt lojl tfi the physician who if he sees it early enough will probably make efforts to defeat it or at least limit as far as possible the suppura tion or pus formation Any effort on the part of the patient to squeeze ii re unwise they not help the and may lead to local reinfec tion resulting iu a continuious crop of boils the condition known as furunculosis a most distressing affection which may for mprth and may even run- J through a family Or a school lq abftrtjpn pf a boihjir f stages is oren biought atiout by Injection of a little carbolic acid it This or any other form of surgical intervention is of course the province of the surgeon who will exercise the utmost pieeautjon l p even loyal reinocu Give your job printing orders to THE RECORD Sec R C qu want eopere je workof TorTirstclass livery service in including closed carriages call on Get n St of pieunaric ruUbpr tops for yp r typeyvritpr toys Gvcatest aid to operation of any machine Roark has them and you are asked to call for a look I want to buy hides and will pay market prices in cash J E IMttman Bros new meat shop Baptist church is ready for business Give them your orders wwjU allpaper at Tvoark s are lower than anywhere and the selec tions are very complete now Miss Lena Arnold ate the favor of your and she represents the best plant in this territory throw I own this flea 1 cplIyalC I ne rubbing oo to W boll h the into tf ant 1 A Y top COO I os r near the to wouldappreci laundrywork IL t discharges aria yep whereto t1Elt alrlshl ace tcrk plrgtlt is- tt cks pfap41 spare nose n th ill last M t i4s antjse tic at1on1 rtthUSIs toeFlls McCrarl ch y kin liacboyr 11 coil S lopes WITH Bear in mind that Roark has splendid selections of I Dr KM New o PnIcr oo Trial QJgP D8 J W BARLOW- O E P4 T I K T UtMce up stairs In the Jun tircoiivtllf Kj DR T J SLATON Ofllcc Multicross Btrrtl noiir Muiusireri II CAM HOWARD Alr tl CAM HOWARD GRA- YLAWVERS Office In Grrrn Building laMeide Kilel DR LQljELLA PSTEOPATH Office at Nome East Maiivcross Street Notary Public and Li censed CENTRAL CITY KY Ullllcltlljt Pitywlcinn and tilrncon tELiSLEY r zO KING iTem duiH rppo itt Vclctlofir o tttf Atoiieer II DR NEW DISCOVERY FOR COUGHS AND COLDS 1 CURES ILL THROAT Arm LUNG r DISEASES TIER SOilS lIFE rry son Rex was taken down a year ago with lung trouble We doctored some months without improvement Then I began giving I Dr Kings New Discovery and I noticed a change for the better I kept this treatment up for e few weeks and now my sou is perfectly I well and works every day MRS SAtiiP RIPPhE Lva Mo tiAc AND 100 O AfO GUARANTEED BY All Druggists a KNGSw r a SAVED i aeon DLD r The Secret of Youth Do you ever wonder how you can remain young or why other women older than you look younger than you do The secret can be put in a few words Preserve your health and you will preserve your youth By health we mean not alone physical health but nerve health as sometimes magnificently stronglooking women are nervous wrecks But whether are weak physically or nervously you need a tonic and the best tonic for you is It builds strength for the physical and nervous systems It helps put on your bones and vitality into your nerves JI i l j r t a I r Take n The Womans Tonic mother writes Mrs Z L Adcock of Smith VilleTenn is 44 years old and is passing through the change of life was irregular and bloated and suffered terribly father stepped over to the store and got her a bottle of Cardui which she took according to directions and now she is up able to do her and says she feels like a new woman Try Cardui in your own case Write to Ladies AMsory DccL Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanoosa Tcna for Special z Httcttons and 64pace book lone Treatment for Women sent free The highest medical authority on foods Sir James Crichton Browne LLD FRS of London gives the best reasons for eating more f ECCl Quaker Oats i Y 0 o In rin article in the Youth s Companion of bet 23nl IQWDr Brovnethc great medical authority on foods says about brain and muscle buiding There is one kind of food that seems to me of marked value as a food to the brain and to the whole body throughout childhood and adolescence youth and that is oatmeal Oats are the most all the cereals being richer in fats organic phosphorus and lecithins Me says oatmeal i ihe wolModo of Great Britain He speaks of it as the mainstay of the Scottish diet and says it pro Sept m nutritious- of groundwith gait in laborers duces a bigboned welldevel oped mentally energetic race His experiments prove that good oatmeal Quaker Oats not only furnishes thebest food for the human being but eating it strengthens and en larges the thyroid gland is intimately connected with the nourishing processes of the body In conclusion he says It seems probable therefore that the bulk and of the Ndrthcrners meaning the Scotch has been in some measure due to the stimulation of the thyroid gland by oatmeal porridge in childhood The Scotch eat Quaker Oats because it is the best of all oat meals I suchas glandthis brawniness r F r rC Officers W A Wickliffe President C E Martin Vice Presi dent John T Reynolds Jr Cashier Ed S Wood Assistant Cashier A Wickliffe E J Puryear R T Martin j T Reynolds Jr Ed S Wood C E Martin Geo W Martin Subscribe for lire Record Only 50c KaOa Ba enuc1 DirectorsW f t iro 5xsk 5reenuttel If t t J 9 RECORD PRESS Onus L UOAIIK OKMKN L ROAICK LonaOlstanoe telephone No 72 OMIc In in iiiupx rear store ground floor 50 CERTS m YEAS IN ADYAHCL TEUMtt The fttttintrlpllun prier of the papa In pnyix We in nilvniu when the him rxvlred to whli i tl IH pulil the papa wilt be stopped Cards f thanks obituary notice etc If not longer tliiin llnr will lie published free A charge of Sr per linr will lip tnixlr for suoioetl IHR flues No vurintfuti wf thin rule to rtiiyoi Knsr MHtnplf cupiii will he mulled AdvvrilnrmetitM will be Inserted A will be furnlrthfd on roqncMt nil oommuMiiiitloni ui l make all re mlttJtnecN payable to KKLOKU PRESS THURSDAY MARCH 17 Ill Entered at the OreeuTllli Ky vostoftlrc UK ecoiidcla matter CANADIAN boomers do not pro pose t outdone by the United States even in the matter of land slides CHICAGOS sane Fourth is to in cud a parade of all nations Car rie we may presume will be mar shal of the day ENGLISH papers speak uf a man in the Birmingham hospital for skin diseases who is turning to marble appears to be a hard case MosEs probably would have been shocked beyond measure if he could have foreseen that live hogs would be selling at 1050 and upward in the year of grace 1910 KANSAS baik robbers nrc stilii using handcart in place of autos to make their escape iimicuting that in some respects tl Sunflower Suite is still a bit behind the tinges WORDS arc inadequate to express the astonishment and grief of the Hon Tom Taygart when he that there had been a few cases of actual gambling at his celebrated health resort in Indiana SujiEUiiKRE near the rock of Gi bralter they have unearthed the skull of a woman whom the scientists lived 6oooco years ago This is quite a spell of time It makes the Rosetta stone the inscriptions of Egypt the newly discovered civil ttutiou in Crete seem as ovary as the doings of the London suffragists or the milliners conven tion in Chicago What were the fashions in southern Spain in her day Did she her aurochs skin draped over the right or the left shoulder or did she wear it at all Did she ask her lord if she was the only woman he ever lured Did she him when he came home late from the hunt At least she was not troubled by the cost of living nor did she bother her pretty head about whether or not she had a vote at the tribal council She no doubt had her vanity and smiled to herself night her mate tore her from her fathers cave and bore her on his shoulders to his Sam Oil Friends Heretofore we have imagined that those stirring pronouncements we hear 01 graduation day in the pub lic sch jls weri the work of the boy and girl orators who standing on the threshold of the future give the advice by which the countrys moral and political conduct should be guided Now however it ap pears that these orations are not the work of the graduates but of teachers At least the superintendent of schools in Pennsylvania so asserts He says he and his assistants have become tired of writing speeches which graduates deliver as their own He believes it unjust to the children to force them into the false position of seeming to instruct the world after only eight to twelve years of experi ence in the rudiments of education and he reposes an entirely new f jrm of exercises for the last day of school What this is he does not say but if it includes the abandonment of The Future ot the Republic and Beyond the Alps Lies Italy by whomever written we enter our solemn protest To omit these old oratorical friends la to strike a blow foundations of our cd system Roark is specially prepared to do disinfecting and is subject to call anywhere J Ji 0 A REGORD x7 t11ItxnATU UT 01111 Prrslduut c EDITOR tiC gad test can t7reenllle a be 4 j j J sa con temp t andmaster It i I 1 t i of 1 f I II f 1 t j j tt t uc tioual f I r 7 j I J I 3 T1iM Ati tucltleudrut tprrY- tIILL II lI dtte6 SeerctRry time t rate Address i Hy- t Iii R t wea l upbraid th r t own- S 11YiiI JA r tr 1 i 4 r i4 itrZ atthe very s Y 7r FORTY YEARS AGO Some Facts Fancies and Figures of Green vllle Four Decades Ago I I 0 CHAP ER 1 000000000 3 S 0 0o o 000 0 0 000 0000 0 Preparations arc being for the publication of another news paper in Greenville to be issued the first of April and to be known and styled as the Muhlenbtrg Scn tinal This paper is to be conduct ed under the management of Judge R O Pace who intends to make it i desirible and newsy sheet one that shall be up to date and with the characteristics and spirit of the age the demands nd needs of the times Judge Pace has the nerve the push and the ability to do it We have known him since his early years and know that he deserves great credit and the and wish of the people of the county for his course and conduct in life If there ever was a self made man Judge Pace is certainly one he has come up con fronted with difficult circumstances and unfavorable conditions in the battle of life and on account of an unfortunate physical disability he has had to depend solely upon his intellectual acquirements his mental activities and energies to reach his present status and in his manly ef fort to reach the higher plains of life he has developed and man tamed a high amoral lnrd of de portmcnt worthy of public recog nitiun Judge Pace has the will and can make the way and we believe that he shall put before the people one of the best papers ever published in county I he iuhlcnberg Sentinel will be me ninth appellation applied to newsp pers iu Greenville l r the lust fit cars 1 shall only attempt to give an abreviated outline sketch of the Greenville press going back to forty ago In the spring of 1870 W L Anthony came to from Madisonville Ky and commenced the publication of a newspaper called the Kentucky Re publican which continued about two years Anthony was succeeded by M D Hay who published paper styled The Independent a Demo cratic paper in opposition to Horace Greely for president The Jude pendent was succeeded by The Ga zette a Democratic paper conducted by John OKlahcrty The Gazette was succeeded by the Muhlenbcrg Echo Democratic paper conducted by Urey Woodson from Princeton Ky Woodson was succeeded C W Short he was succeeded William Eaves he was succeeded by R Y Thomas Jr and he was succeeded H C Snoddy Oricn L Road The Echo was then succeeded by the Muhlcnbcrg cr Democratic conducted by T J Coates Cardwell and Martin The Muhlcnbergcr was succeeded by the Greenville Banner Democratic by W L Phillips Then in 1899 came THE RECORD indepcnd cat conducted by Orien L who has been on the tripod longer than any man ever In the county and coexistent with the RECORD came The Tribune independent conducted by Wm Sweeney and the Muhlenberg Herald indcpend ent conducted by 1 J Fleming and last but not expected to be least shall come the Muhlenberg Sentinel the second Republican paper ever published in Greenville Now since the publication of The Kentucky Republican by Anthony forty years ago many changes taken place both in Greenville and the county people have been and died have become rich and poor have rejoiced and suffered and the world has kept revolving horsy years ago U S Grant president of the United States now not found Thomas C McCreery and Garrett Davis were the United States Senators from Kentucky Wm N Sweeney was the congress man from our then district F M Allison was our state senator Dr Hays was the representative of our county all of whom are not now found Geo C Rodgers of Cowling Green was our circuit court judge elected in 1868 the successor to R T Petree of Hopkinsville who was the civil war judge Rodgers died during the summer of 1870 and was succeeded by R C Bowling of Rus selhille who filled out his unexpired term Rodgers held his last court in our county during April 1870 Chas K Milliken was our common wealth attorney N J Harris the circuit court clerk they are not now found Our county officials forty years made goodwill t lone Greenville by- r b b conducted Roarke borne I I stan haw wa wa 1 0 ago consisted of S P Love county judge H E Pittman county Thos Bruce county clerk T M Morgan sheriff R E Humphrey assessor W D Shel ton jailer Jas Craig surveyor W P Hancock coroner they all are not found in Greenville or the county save and except T M who remains the only relic and keepsake of the countys official board forty years ago The Greenville bar furry years ago consisted of J II Reno J C Thompson Smith and Roark M D Hay Pittman Love F M Allison anti Chas Eaves Rickets and Yost all ot whom arc not found except Judge Yost of Madisonville who had then just commenced the practice of law and he stands today as the only living representative ol the Greenville legal fraternity of forty years ago unless J C Thomp son survives in California The magisterial board of our county forty years ago consisted of Jos Adcock J II Morton A J lyon David Roll J P Hendrix J Hunt M Eaton they net not found The medical board o Irrinville and vicinuv consisted of W II S Sr R C Frazier R M Crittendsn John Morehead A Mc Cown and I J Sl i horn are not found except i J bUton I who was then just commencing the prnrjice m tinnr I remains the only iciiinatii ot the me rtiral board of Greenville forty year aka The ecclesiastical board consisted of R Y Thomas Sr W L Casky W D Morton J F Austin and John F Manner they arc not now found The principals of the mercantile board of Greenville consisted of M C May Co J C Howard M Rowe Hancock Reno G H Eades Co J H Reno and J Hess they all have passed out and the business houses that they occu pied have disappeared with them except the one occupied by M C May Co it remains a monument of forty years ago having stood successfully two conflagrations New business houses new church houses and a new court house stand upon the sites of those that were used forty years ago The new bbsiness houses arc occupied by a different generation and they perhaps to gether with the editors of TilE RK rowD and of the Muhlenberg Sen tiuel shall not be doing business here forty years County court day in February we walked slung the streets of Greenville and surveyed the large crowd that was there gathered we saw very few of the middle aged men who were mingling together upon the streets forty years ago We noticed the commissioner stand ing high up on the vestibule of the great steps of the court house sell ing property men bidding on it but they were not those that stood around and bid for the commissioner M C Hay that stood on the old stone steps in front of the old court house forty years ago TO HE CONTINUED Rural Telephones Mr Farmer Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the cuts received Call cr address our nearest office or write direct to head quarters Nashville Tennessee for information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the southern portion or Indiana and Illinois CUMBERLAND TEL TrI Co Incorporated Bissclls cyco carpet sweepers the very latest models from this great factory arc for sale at Roarks furniture store If you have never used a sweeper you cannot possibly appreciate the advantages Call a demonstration Set the Courier Journal and RE CORD special subscription offer I I and S j n t hence- standingaround u ben- s furs attorney I Morgan t ail tit WOOL WOOL r OOLrqa 1 I Mr F A Cohen f v l turned from New York where he h m Ic contract with one of the largest wool r iis i the United States to furnish them 0000 Ibs of wool before July 15th There was never in the history of Greenville such prices paid as will j be paid by us this spring Dont fail to see us you sell your wool Dont forget that vc are still paying the highest prices for HIDES GINSENG FURS CB1CKENS EGOS SCRAP IRON and all kinds of metals bcl ore Telephone No 276 E A L COHEN Roark Bldg icxt door to Hales A New Newspaper A New Newspaper the Edited and published by R O Pace at Greenville will make its appearance APRIL 1 1Q1O SOME OF ITS FEATURES All home print all the home news Republican in politics but fair to everybody Devoted to the countys social indus trial and political welfare Pertinent editorial comment on matters of public interest A free want and exchange column for use of all of its subscribers except regular dealers A circulation from the beginning of nearly 2000 One Dollar per it JOB DEPARTMENT The Sentinel has one of the most complete job offices in Western Kentucky This department is under the of Mr E E Reno one of the most obliging and practical printers in the state He will be glad to see his and to serve them when needing anything in the job line All machinery operated by electricity Your patronage solicited Our prices arc right Satis faction guaranteed MUtllNBfRG SENTINEL moraleducational yearandworth oldcustomers suPervis- ion taw Way ofi- llSmn Paint is to make you satisfied by giving you material that docs what you want it to do If its a floor woodwork a table bathtub or the whole house youre about to varnish enamel or can supply exactly the article that wl do it best Ycu can be sure cf this be cause we sell the perfect kind cf paints enamels stains varnishes all carrying the guar antee mark t JfriF paintor stainwe ACME JIIALITY I i 3 Acme Quality kind we give you free The Selection and Use of Paintsand Finishes theonly com plete paint book ever published m Greenville Milling Go Incorporated GREENVILLE BARBOUR HEAD Manager u LIVERY COm every a A Tll- EflUALJ7y KIND First class livery serv ice including high grade carriages Feed hitch business so d licited and given careful attention Telephone No 182 Officers W A Wickliffe President C E Martin Vice President John T Reynolds Jr Cashier Ed S Wood Assistanl Cashier Directors V A Wickliffe E J Puryear R T Martin J T Reynolds Jr Ed S Wood C E Martin Geo W Martin 5TS a Q hL JI6 r c1aXoa 1- 5recnut clicntuck FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYERS LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY BONDS We represent the HOME INSUR ANCE Co of N Y that writes all kinds of farm and city property Give us a call when you want insurance BLACKWELL ROARK Greenville Ky frC IS IS iij irSave 75 FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only The regular is Those bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after it and telling us where they saw it will be able to one reserved at the rate of 25 Books and ore included No time limit If not ready now buy one for future use ti wh r stationer r too iz h Y r BLMKYELL ROARK t General L VVV 0 0 00 000 0 0 00 0000 0 0000 ritInsurance BY PURCHASING ONE OF OUR J r uy rfp- m t L BUSINESS COLLEGE e CIPAL S YCORPORATrD Second and Walnut Strcotn LOUISVILLE KY u oc 1910 4- i 3tarkJarJookOff sent to any person interested m on receipt of 7 cents to cover The Stark Year Book represents an entirely new idea in nurserymens literature is a art as well as a ready to mail It will be I is wore catalogue of Stark Within its covers are 32 illustrations of flowers representing 175 varieties dene in four colors and exactly reproducing Stark Delicious the apple that has orchard planting and established a new standard of apple values at 1000 bushel ear Stark King David another wondrous quality and merit Stark King Philip a grape of California of the very best things the horticultural world are fully described illustrated and priced To one one tree or many fruits or ornamental this book is of inestimable value a horticultural a guide to selection Stark trees have stood the test of actual planting for 85 are the yardstick other nursery products are are the first choice country most successful success of the orchard is dependent on the and of tree planted Stark varieties are the best of the best Our of 85 years of successful a positive guarantee of tree quality Before you decide to buy send 7 cents for the Stark Year Boot do it today before the edition is exhausted Stark Bros Nurseries and Orchards Co Louisiana Missouri The highest on foods Sir James Crichton Browne LLD FRS of London gives the best reasons for eating more Quaker Oats ts nature 84 ue descriptions prices and records whichall medicalauthority pages b oft 5 In an article published in the great medical authority on foods says about brain and muscle building There is one kinds of food that seems to me of marked value as a food to the brain and to the whole body throughout childhood and adolescence youth and that is oatmeal Oats are the most nutritious of all the cereals being richer in fats organic phosphorus and lecithins He says oatmeal is gaining ground with the welltodo of Great Britain He speaks of it as the mainstay of the Scottish laborers diet and says it pro i September duces a bigboned energetic race His experiments prove that j good oatmeal such as Quaker i Oats not only furnishes the best food for the human being but eating it strengthens and en larges the thyroid gland is intimately connected with the nourishing processes of the body In conclusion he says It seems probable therefore that the bulk and brawniness of the Northerners meaning the Scotch has been in some measure due to the stimulation of the thyroid gland by oatmeal porridge in childhood The Scotch cat Quaker Oats because it is the best of all oat meals weltdeveI f opedmentally glandthis r w 4t t- vw 1 THE ONLY BAKING POWDER MADE FROM ROYAL GRAPE CREAM OF TARTAR J t I J i 1 I R R LOCAL TIME CARDCo SOUTH BOUND KG 122 Lnutavlllc Express 102 Clnolmiiitl KxprosH 101 Lnulrtrllln Limited ISO CoiitralClty aeoom SOUTH BOUND NO 1W Iuttiivali nnil Cnlro neeoiu II Fulton Affumiuotlntlou 1124 tit151 pit 715 i m 340 jira- V G CitAxrronD Ag THE BELIEVER BY WASHINGTON CiLADDEN Uov Washington ilniMen now patMar of the First Cotiffivjrnttuiml church of Colum bus O He IH well known for his writings IUH Ills personal activities on belmlf of re Dr Ciliiildon was burn at Pa on Pub II I 30 nod tan graduate of wn liams In the bitter wares of woe neaten anil tottered abont By the sullen winds that blow From the desolate shores of doubt Where the that faith hug cas t- Are dragging In the gale I am holding holding fist To the things thnt ennnot fall I know tViat right Is right That it U tog good to lie That love better than spite And a neighbor than a iy 1 knoT that jtnwiloii needs Tim lounh f a MtUur said I know that generous deed Soini sure rewanl will anal That the rulers must obey That the Rivers Shan Increase That duty lights the way f For the beautiful feet of poaoo In the darkest night of the year When the stars have all gone out I know that I dare nut fear That faith Is better than doubt land fierce though the trends may tight mud long thought the angels hide I know that truth and right Have the universe on their slue stud that somewhere beyond the stars In a love that is better than fate When the nigtit unlocks her bars I shall sec him and I will wait Erin go bragh Good luck yez Give us your job work The stock law is working fine with no arrests up to the present Freezing weather again Monday night ice forming on water buckets in many homes Fine line of electros and stock bills quickly handled at this office Mr E L fonts Jr spent Sun day here with family and friends returning to Princeton Monday morning Mr James Ingram who is with the Cumberland Telephone Co at Princeton was at home with his family Sunday Hales new fountain is in oper Mr Owen Rice Jr arrived at Denver Colo on the loth inst and is receiving quite a bit of atten tion from parents and grandparents Mr Dick Render has purchased the interest of his partner M J I Pence in the general merchandise concern near the depot the business 100 locust posts for sale See Howard Eades We are now in great need of a dairy Milk and butter are extrem ly scarce and prices high This is one of the best paying ventures now open hereabouts and should be oc cupied by some live Quite a number of people have re moved front fences since the passage of the city stock law and the ii appearance is very marked It will mean a saving of hundreds of dollars a year in the building m tintaining painting etc of fences THE RECORD 500 per year IOS lUll I New OrlllIus ItO9 oea 1teO Is ill t anchors I J t t ation andwill I f improvement I t 51f au tallpmo- 1 Speciali iow 22 t I r 4 r L 1 M i 1 continue r 1 mans Tp w It t- rr I w BIN6 i pOW EBe1fleso3refely Pure Top o the marnm This is good St Patricks day Easter cards candy and booklets at Hales Telephone No 175 Mr J W Lam is in the south on a business trip Mr Oscar Craig of Beech Creek was here on business Monday Are ye wearin o the green Greenville has never enjoyed building boom as is on just now A stray cow now attracts much attention as a circus parade Give Pittman Bros your meat orders New shop best service For the first time in a a there are a few vacant residences Millinery goods will be on display next week when formal openings are announced firstclass livery service including closed carriages call on Barbour Head Mrs C M Martin has issued in vitations for an entertainment at her home this afternoon Mr Wm Eades of Kuttawa was here on business a few days this mingling with old friends Eggs from pen of Registered Rhode Island Reds for sale per setting of 15 t G E COUXTZLER Mrs H A NcNary delightfully entertained the Friday Afternoon Club at her Mainstreet home last FridayMr John Wells is building a new residence on College street and the home will be occupied by L Hum mel and wife School books for all grades can be found at the new store of Leslie Hale and school supplies of all kinds also Miss May Long of Leitchfield was here Sunday visiting Mrs and the Misses Johnson at the home of Mr and Mrs C W Roark Mr Frank Pittman will soon have his new home on Mill street under roof and it will be an ornament to the thoroughfare as well as a delight to the family Goodmorning such- a almost- as longwhile here For weekand at 100 f3 y Johnson Have you a ring or other jewelry some sil verware cane or other item that you umbrella want engraved Take it to Roark and the work will be done quickly in best manner Messrs Thomas Taylor and Dun can Hamilton accompanied by their friend Mr Horace Fisher were here from EJkton a few days the first of the week Mr Homer Driskill of THE RECORD has been confined to his home several days suffering from a severe cold but is much improved and will soon be out Telephone No 5 and your laundry will be called for and delivered I c 1 i l i- if Miners and Operators In Convention There will be a joint convention of coal miners and operators of Kentucky held in Louisville today when matters per taining to a working agreement for the next two years will discussed The miners arc askiig for a reason able advance in wages with the same working conditions Operators declare they arc not in position to grant an increase as the past two years have been about the worst in the history of the industry and many contracts have been taken at a rate below cost of production it is said simply to keep the mines in operation It is hoped that an agreement may be reached as a strike on the part of the men or a shutdown on the part of the would mean great amount of suffering and a general stagnation of business in ninny counties so im portant has grown the coal industry Important We advertise to send our 5 ton steel frame Scale on approval Misunderstanding a letter from W S Fox who only wanted a price we will soon have a scale at Paradise which will be sold at n reduction to save storage or The first reasonable offer will be taken Address JONES Ot BINGHAMTON 346 K St Binghamton N V Hogs on foot have been at the i i notch on the Louisville market for some days and it is predicted that the price will be Si higher inside ten days as the offerings are very light only about one fourth of normal Work has been started on the new home for Mr Scott Dexter on cast Maincross street and will be pushed right along by a large crew The plans show one of the most conven ient and attractive homes that could be desired Low Rates West via Monon Route Western beginning b companies Pit less resin pplns practically From March 1st to April 15 th colonist tickets at very low rates will be sold by the Monon Route from Louisville to the West North west and Southwest embracing Ari zona California Colorado Idaho Mexico Montana Nevada New Mexico Oregon Washington and Western Canada The fare to San Francisco will be 3720 and to Portland 37 30 Full information cheerfully fur nished at Monon Route City Ticket Office or by addressing E H Ba con D P A Mrs W G Crawford will enter tain the Friday Afternoon club this afternoon and Irish legends and stones will be prominent St Patrick decorations accompany ing of course and a delightful time is anticipated Mrs J M Johnson and Misses Sheila and Louise who have been here for two weeks guests of Mrs Chas W Roark left this morning for Cerulean Springs where they will visit friends before return ing to their Louisville home If you want job printing give this office your order for prompt de liveryMr T C Baird has purchased the interest of the C E Eades heirs in the business of Eades Baird and will continue the business at the same stand There are many frends who wish Mr Baird the greatest measure of success ot which he is worthy Dr J E Bailey dentist of Cen tral City has moved here with his family and will locate for the prac tlce of his profession He will fit up offices over the city hall as soon as the rooms arc vacated He is already known to ninny ol our people and is welcome here T D Fuller of Quality Ky wilt exhibit his saddle and harness stallion Marksman county court day See him before breeding your mares nno3t daughters U hereon Wyoming history standard bred Honor Roll of the Greenville Graded School Grade L Allison Stokes Mable Talc Shelby Martin James Gladys Shaver Joseph Mar tin Ruth Day Stella Penrod Clif ford Tate Veda Lovell Jasper Ross Woodburn Green Marie Dexter Lu cile Hardison Ruth Duncan Grade II Mary Wallace Nola Latham Dovie Latham Mary Fran cis Baker Carroll Hayden Regin ald Countzler Pace Grade III Anna May Whitting hill Jenny Taylor Bonnie Shutt Mattie May Plain Miller Walton Elbert Sparks T B Pannell Mahoney Heibert Hallinan V Chauncy Guy Morgan Dewey Hill Grade VI Mary Pittman Do rathy Middleton Alice Ford Howcrton Ruth Sumner Al bert Christian Thclma Barbcc Paul Head Myrtle Allen Grade VIII Hazel Duvall Ad die Keys Mary Kirkpatrick Laura LongestHigh School Boone Duncan An dy Spurlin Dixie Boswell Beaulah Clark Elsie Christian Jesse Dexter Agnes Duncan Annie Jeffers Clara Lee Cordie Nichols Annie Laura Reynolds Ethel James Charlie Lovell Hortensc Moscley Paul Heltsley SCHOOL NOTES The total enrollment for the sixth month was 411 with 37 pupils from out of the district in attendance This is an exceedingly good enroll ment as there are only 439 pupils in the census report and a number of these are attending school elsewhere The High School enrollment is 79 The pupils of the High School have been taking great interest in the literary society The papers read have been well the debates show much thought A spirit prevails Last Friday afternoon was the first open session There were eight visitors presentThe members of the graduating class are working hard on their ora tions for graduations Twelfth Grade items Motto Via crucis Via Iuds Flower Red and white roses Colors Purple am gold Slogan The naughty big four classGrade work items The Language work is divided into three parts i technical grammar and language les sons 2 memory gems 3 picture study Some of the essays that the teachers have collected from the memory gems and picture study are the best that it has been my privc lege to inspect We are led to realize that the tal ent for the beautiful is not a lost art when we inspect some of the work done by the pupils in freehand and water colors The teachers are getting excellent results in both these studies While all of the work of the school will be placed on exhibit at the close of school we invite our patrons to come and see it in the process of formation to enter into the spirit of the work as the children to make yourselves children again just for In their innocent enthusiasm is a message to you and me that never grows oldC Supt J Paul William Grade Edwin preparedand ofanimation tt HAD N Reynolds drawing awhile A Bissell carpet sweeper will last longer than 40 corn brooms costing from 12 to 15 the sweep ers cost 3 to 575 See them at Roarks and have other advantages than the moneysaving features ex plained Rev U A Barbee pastor of the has tendered his resignation to take effect in May The church board is endeav oring to have him withdraw it as he has done great service here and his membership as well as outside friends hope he may see his way clear to remain with us He has several other points under consider There will be a meeting of the W C T U in the study of the Methodist church at 2 30 oclock this afternoon and a full attendance of the membership is desired Prep arations will be mode for the of Gift Day which will be Sat urday S S Cumberlandchurch I fY 1ioOt noon observance CITY ORDINANCI An Ordinance aincndii a re ordinance entitle An Ordinance prohibiting horse and cattle from running at large the Greenville The City Council of the C of Greenville do ordain as follov that an ordinance entitled An din ance prohibiting horses attic from running at large in the City of Greenville be and the same is repealed and in lieu thereof the following is enacted Sec i It shall be unlawful for any owner of or any person having in his possession or under his con trol any horses or cattle of any age or sex to permit same to run at large in the City of Greenville Sec 2 Any person violating this ordinance shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be fined for each viola tion 100 and the permitting or suffering any of such animals to run at large in the City of Greenville shall for each animal so permitted or suffered to large for each day it or they are so suffered to be at large be deemed a separate of fense Approved March 7 1910 J V LAM Mayor OKIKN L ROAKK Clerk The passage of the stock law has caused several persons to sell their cows and this will work a still great er hardship in the matter of secur ing milk and butter which has fora long while been hard to get There is the greatest need here of a first class dairy and the supply from a thirty cows could easily be top market prices i enactingan Cityof beat herdof soldat t ands hereby The J L Roark Estate has connec tion with the largest greenhouses in the State and solicits for cut flowers orders insuring best goods and service The volume of our business is such that it commands preferred stock from the florists Mr W H Sullivan narrowly a serious mishap last Wednes day while at work G Duncan Co mine at Luzerne He was mining a large block of coal and a slip of some tons came near catching him As it was quite a quantity of coal fell on him knocking him down and and brusing him considerably Luckily no bones were broken and there were no intern il injuries and he will soon be out Give Miss Lena Arnold your laundry she represents Metcalfe ot Hopkinsville one of the best plants in this state Postmaster Miller has been pe titioned by a large number of the business and professional men to keep the office open until 6 30 p in March to October inclusive This is an extension of half an hour and is considered necessary as most concerns find they cannot deposit mall in time to be made up for the night Mr Miller is considering the petition and will soon announce his decisionBest of all kinds at Iittman Bros new meat shop Telephone No 279 Theodore Reynolds colored aged 68 years died at his home in the west end at 930 oclock last night after an illness of four days from pulmonary pneumonia Funeral services were Wesley Chapel A M E Zion church at 2 oclock Thursday after noon and interment was in Fair mount cemetery Deceased was a well known character and had lived here most of his life He is survived by a widow and several children The Dest Food for Workers The best food for those who work with hand or brain Is never high pricedThe best example of this is found in Quaker Oats It stands at the top among foods that supply nourishment anti vigor without taxing the diges tion and yet it is the least expensive food one can cat This great food value and low cost make it an ideal food for families who want to got the greatest good tram what they eat Laborers factory or farm hands fed plentifully on Quaker Oats will work better and with less fatigue than if fed on almost any other kind of food All of these facts were proved and very interesting information about human foods were gathered by Pro fessor Fisher of Yale University in 190S In addition to the regular pack nge Quaker Oats Is packed in large sized family packages either with or without china dishes 8 Horse and stock bills pt ly printed at this office I missed in the underneath conductedat are prod k l f 11 cutting Wednesday Wedding Miss Miriam Eadcs and Mr W H Gray were married at the home of the brides mother Mrs An nie Eadcs Main street at noon yesterday Rev W J Mahoney im pressively performing the ceremony On account of the recent bereave ment of the family there were only a few intimate friends with the Alter luncheon the bride and groom left for Louisville where they will visit a few days and on their return will be at home in the Eades residence The bride is a bright refined a brilliant musician and an agreeable personality her friends are legion The is oneof the most prominent of our lawyers a member of the firm of Howard Gray Yost Lafloon he has made a wide circle of friends and admirers among the people ot the town and and is to be congratulated his judgment and success in choosing and winning his life companion Both have the best of our people Miss Grace Bohannon entertained a number of her friends night the guests of honor being the Misses Johnson of Louisville A pleasant evening was reported Mrs Annie Eades and daughter Miss Lillian left this morning tor Prestonsburg where Mrs Eades will remain for some months until the college term expires Miss Lil lian has charge of a literary depart ment in the school Mrs A W Duncan on afternoon and Mrs W G Duncan Jr yesterday afternoon entertained in honor of Mrs Johnson and the Misses Johnson of Louisville c J1IT accomplishedwoman culturedand andadmirers count wishes Tucsda 1 Eadcs Gray family gloom verb Monday Not Sisters You are astonished to learn that they arc mother and daughter and you realize that a women at forty or fortyfive ought to be at her finest tend fairest Why isnt it so The general health of woman is so in timately associated with the local health of the essentially feminine organs that there can be no red checks and round form where there is female weakness Women who have suffered from this trouble have found prompt relief and cure in the use of Dr passing Great Exhibit of Uncle Bill Short of the widest known colored men of the town died at his home near A M D Zion church at 730 oclock morning after an illness of about a week from grippe He was in his 74th year and had lived here all his life being one of the faith of the Short family and retaining the friendship of his white friends alter he was free lie was a lively agreeable character and his good humor up to the very last The funeral will be con ducted by Rev Irvin at his church this afternoon and interment will be in Fairmount cemetery Call on Leslie Hile next to First National Bank for candies books sundries cigars tobacco etc 13 The concrete walkway recently put down by the I C railroad connecting with the pavement at the Pence corner is a great improve and is appreciated by the public New type in the latest faces fresh stocks of stationery and quick serv ce place this office in position to command your job Mrs S C Laves and Mrs J T Reynolds Jr entertained at th home of the latter last Wednesday afternoon quite a number of the friends of both enjoying the funs tion Out of town guests were Mis J M Johnson and daughters Sheila and Louise of Louisville Roarks furniture polish is some what better than the rest and is sold considerably cheaper and with the broadest back if not better than any you ever Used If its books magazines etc get them from this ouice a fulservants lent printingwants I I I I guaranteemoney Z 1Y tt one Yesterday retained f s y r a x Picrccs Favorite Prescription It gives vigor and vitality to organs of womanhood It clears tho complexion brightens the eyes and reddens the checks No alcohol or habitforming drugs is contained in Favorite Prescription Any sick woman may consult Dr Pierce by letter free Every letter is AddressWorlds Louisville Auto SKow the 0 t March 171819 at the Armory I CARS TRUCKS CHASSES PARTS MOTORCYCLES SUNDRIES ACCESSORIES ETC Also CELEBRATED RECORDBREAKING AEROPLANE v Music arcl Decorations Afternoons 25c Evenings 50c For Particulars address Secretary Louisville Auto Dealers Association FIRST HINT OF SPRING FASHIONS IN MILLINERY How different youll say How totally different from last years styles and how much prettier Truly the Spring Millinery is is in the ascendant No one trimming and yet styles were never mire distinctive Choke lies from Russian and Cossack Turbans Louts XIV and Louis XII murals Tricornes that are different from any you ever saw before and quaintly rolling brim styles that are ths smirtest of the smart Nw ibis in 33vrs features aid millinery ornaments are here likewise Beautiful pieces that can scarcely find a nam for but walca appeal to the feminine taste on sight No the prices are not from it Our goods are the newest and our prices the lowest Pleased to show the goods so call on us Kindly Come to Our Formal Opening TUESDAY MARCH 22 You are cordially invited to call and inspect our Spring Line cf Ladles Skirts Shirtwaists Dress Goods Etc Gents Furnishing Clothing Hats Shoes and Everything that is carried in a First Class Store tJring your friends RcHpcct fully lovelyno- one shape W highfar i ti w v Come Court r QFnos c louse L KY t 1 C IIumrEraGREENVILLE p t tlj ROARK Furniture WaJIpawper Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wr ppenr Slippers Gr ve Vaults Disinfectioi ROARK H no f 14 P f a A w 1 H t fl f p aa- T SrF Government CurcatTs Sound Ad vice on Road Drainage REMOVE ALL WATER QUICKLY That en Surface and Undrround ns Well Center of Highway Should Be Raised Size cf and Laying Them Mailers of Importance The United rtates olHco of public rondo li Washington out the fol lowing bulletin regarding the proper lURtiuer of road drainage Wlih an average of 27000 tons of water railing In the form of rain on each nilto of public rood In the United Stoles annually It Is scarcely to be marveled at that the tin command farms of the road builder can be sum med up suwliutly In the word drain age Tin saying hns truth for a lmIs ns good diijjnage Is the primary reijulslu for ill roads liven in sand Tustin thlx holds true for thepa good drainage menu surh as will remove the sturm water without ere i fcjon or gullying and still retain the moisture 3o oWttlo good drainage one must tale into piMjslitoratlon balm time sur face water and tin underground wa fer Tin surface water imist be re tin completely without fWlfMtlttB the road to uxc sr Jve scour For thLs reason flic center of road sjiould be raised the lope toward MJ JJe ditches eUfliiM IM from onehalf to Oii Jjjph to each f ir distance or so that th will rums freely to the side fUtcJics sued not VJJ the road or rtysafc In puddles on MM roadway Time sid be of fcfj jp slae to rn v for the severest storms with a fall of m ss than six Inchei tn carh hundred feet Jrequent am pie cross drains should fie ransfrneted and every opportunity taken to H iW water away win road as quickly a possible roflfl tMig yon Fee water standing fo the side ditches or on which puddles of f r have colkPtcifV which has been timidly fjtfP lied aid emUvJ IIY the rains has poor drnliKigo taut l ft of immediate nttentJon In fart tNpJj roads nearly nlways require a little M fJon after each The split log drag Is essentially h tool to maintain good drainage on our j I i i KEEPINGUPHIGHWAYS ils lIlt I t f t mon and f lon voter slow should 1 the whl h lived minII T safely surf w city nut ere time null e tljt his it air 0 t 1 J I I A DUA1NAUK WOULD IMlUOVK earth roads and should be used after each rain On a heavy cloy or gumbo soil the drag when properly used tends to puddle time road surface keep It free front ruts dense smooth and hard thus securing time best surface drain ago possible But In places time underground water Is too near the surface intuit be removed before n good road will be possible This some form of subdrainagc must be resorted to Inanity tile drains or clay or concrete V from whatever source must be got rlit of pfTectlrely As water In freezing expands one eighth Its volume time road heaves out of shape when the Ice melts the road disappears beneath rising tide of mud constantly fed by rains melt Jng snows mill underground tsprtngs- Ih seeps nUll buggy places the sub dralijfjjro in order to be fully effective Should fcutwr time writer level to not jess than U w fprt below the road surface If JjuS zffl y p l they should be carefully hid true sqnp M failures In tile drainage i ft jtrluuteil to carelessneiia In layiug JOT too Hat grade Tile less limn four incU s ju diameter should rarely iiiof 0jould a grade of less than six fuefees io jtfop hundred feet be used unless nbsQlu rfy v wsary In n very dense suit It fa lyys A rjsablc to cover time till to Mt i nix to twelvivhichex A or flm gravel Care should always be tfakeu io procure a free outlet for o drains find to protect the outlet with concrete i uk 0fld or catch basin nrlifcli can nlwajs he kept clean and tIle outlet Time kind of tie io ite usqd depend on local renditions Concrete tie If properly inndo Is quite s good its clay tile Which kind to use Is rutlrely g local of dollars nod cents concrete can be made more clump ly than cla tile can be had use con If nor use clay tile Convict Labor In Building cf Roads U n recent tuprtjng of the national good roads board held In fcffwr Vork city f hfctor C T I sslter of Vlrglt outlined than method of building rourfs with onvliti if the Old Doininloii C Cordon NefT h cjiulrinnu of the hits decided to ruMip a canvass of tlu 4MitIr united to fiyl out will h status employ convict Ju Hilt liuilllng of roadx flit will bo Col lowed up Inter ivltli an effort get Ithor siat s In i e convjet Jabor in loacl building Tfiertf Is a gemra lnovMiieiil to abnllHli rntivrt Jabor Jin limy f I lie IiHlustry when It Milk fares with urgiiuircd labor but In no of the rouutry does urganlcd 4bnr iji t to time use of convicts In Abe building of good roads j I 1l0D TH T 1 j fanny menus that uhf umd the I II JS M housed wit saudI I n o question tilt I j lion Ill to Hun I l f 1 ant a I i l Mist icflU g coarse A d4 roes crete a a F States i tt i t 1- tr frr The gradually Increasing prlre of vitro during the three years Is quite accurately relict ted In the de crease the exj rts of the cereal Tlu CJM rts fcr 1JKH5 Vere KrSSl7 laishds Ii IHiT SZlJOOSTJ bu bits whKe Turing 1SVS but J7ri77T17 bush els were sent abroad One farmer lying three or four mites from Twli Falls Ida reports three crrps of alfalfa from a forty Here tract tut i easurcd III the start ten tons fv frre This Is calculated to give the eastern granger who strug gles hard to cure two tons per acre In a season a sort of tired feeling Conq lalnt is being made In several states that shipments of ornamental shrubs old plants from Holland slid Prance ore badly Infested with eggs of the brown tailed ninth Of forty users Infested with time pest Estimates issued by the crop report Ing board rf the department of agrl rulturo the amount of vitro in the farmers hands on March 1 1000 as Hj per rent of lust years crop equiv alent to lt177 KCOO bushels It Is es timatrd that 213 per rent of this amount will be t hi peel out of the counties In which It was grown The Irtcreawd devoted to the growing of alfalfa has rpHlt d in the pulling m the tnnrUH if n alfal fa cultivator which works on Iii disk fashion but hits spiked teeth in place of tin disk blades It Is said that time new machine loo ens the sur fqrp soil thoroughly and kills the WWKJS ttllllOIlt seriously Injuring the alfalfa root A irany farmers have ndopuu j Ian of sowing some clover seed with jfJOiJW rraln and the ideal Is an excellent out practice Is worth while even If the ituui i clcr In the fall To give be t ivsiijib t flWHild I e slowed to grow the second HPHMH4 7 briar taken iff in taint nod the scc n i rwvli plowed under In the fUI when dj developed root systems will odd tuaterla id ihP Hjtrtjcn supply of time soil WIsouln trn i r f frflpft fe1 that quite a step was H tfline of seeing sonic of their hope1 real KM when an amendment to the ecu RdtudON WflS adopted last November nutliorlxlu slHf fill for the building and Improving of pnWft and highways If tie state std thus an prised la done under prer rupervl tioi iKflffi will come not only from the roads dtri ty but nn ob ject lesson w le riv roril ruper visors over the which nhould Hid them in the wcrc under their charge It fiijr to state the truth about sugar beets in fjjelr relation maintenance of soil feMJiJfy and that Is that they take front the soil ft emaller amount of fertilizing ele ments Hum o potatoes cabbage or corn much hiss flJijij wheat or outs and only about onethird as as timothy inv The frequent ciiltiva thus of the soil which accompany time growing of beets put It In Ideal con dition for nuy viicctedlug crop In a rotation containing ejorcr alfalfa peas cr beans beets would work l nicely In could hardly be Im proved upon as a tilled crop That tuberculosis has considerable capacity to spread Is shown In the ex perience of one northern dairyman whose nerd at the first testing showed twelve Infected animals out of fifty nine head lit Called to take action with a view to dlspoi ir pf the dls animals sits when some Iue a second tuberculin test was ap plied slxtyuyjyen animals out of a hun dred gave evidence of bolng affected wjth the malady This iusJance could i04jljesK be duplicated In 4ise ex4 arl cnce of buu reils xwho are following the dallying policy paye a few dol larn at the start lint who will find their delay in dealing with lieu In the cr l both costly and trying Tlie cinnulntlvo evidence relrtlve to flr n of the milking machine would scat l9 ylpnte that It Is an w4Uc i Jhas to stay A number of tests vwiiirJi Aiav bee studies soft tnluililc Ibe dlrec of the Wisconsin exprJnient lion show results which are on the whole very favorably the m chines hclu ippnomlcal In operation with tlf Cf pprp while the milk Is freer gcyms o UM1 secured by iian J milking j fetifff ft been found that thc covs little In rIlk now when transferred from the hand to the machine ftnJ best results were obtained where CXKWJ were hard stripped after the machine wcrfc pjic- fjni the women vote 4f they want to let them njso remember that no Influence whicO thoy ran exert at the ballot box will begin to pqijuj that which they may Ijav cloys and girls properly reared III file homes over which this preside A painful feature of many present des problems tfhjch are taking so much time and 4tntjjtm for solution Is that they tiucp to social conditions whlcIi lK y0fMJ e fyiirj time bal lot max aunt will bu ft when women ore given the right of MiffpaKKr Jjut when mothers nod fathers divot rno Dime sad thought to the rearing of MS avd daughters nod making the home avftaj it ought to be r In t I went Ulw i lit hulhm oct eli flu un Ute I J i I state I tatty ton I tact eased la the UploYoCJUcnt lion stat cO I 1f IU F stem r but tie f It ilelr I o r f I I I taint inspection ire flit trap rut is tattle roads lit proved till 11 fair the sHun- t S l teen s from ha the rut pier thc r t r1ylsf t Hcartachec UfarJarlion nrn the tlaiidi of life Ctoiuln that cover up tlie ky But tlc clouds will drift away front tilt uuiinlilnu by and by Them In Ire of black than blue In the HrHiliiK ilomo above Thrrp Is Icfa of WH suit tvnra Than of aunahlito ami of If sun shone all the day Ami tho sky was bright by night Sun would b but rent nntl hot Sameness ilitzsltiiK to the sight There should he come clniula ntxl Just to show the nunlislifs worth Dont you think a heartnche too Glorlflcn the Joys of earth A Dead Soldier- A fow minutes ago wo wrote about tho water wagon and its popularity and Inadvertently used the cxprcstiloi dead soMIors An office stenograph er who is paid for passing Judgment on all our literary efforts wants know what In creation a soldier is Tho Ignorance of thes women Is alarming We no sooner cx plain to one the meaning of the ex presslon a water wagon than uj bobs another and interrogates regard lpg a dead Soldiers dod n hla pRtrlrjtlc hifjiyifiual whp Ilea diet fp hits country nnij lies peacefully I i In thu folds nf old glory it is beer bottle drulntic of the un n r fu and cast aside a whisky rwo tflcli from which tho Dantes Inferno ha been drained a gin canteen relieve of its snakes or any liquor container which has done all the damage it fallen by the wayside Dead soldiers uj ftou found In tin city but occur with great friqjienc and startling postures in the prohlbl liRR some rums W Wf S Mj e minister front pored H H Miifaf millennium Is still lost to sight in S mlrago ahead Small boys out Bath pond lilies unexpectedly local tfentf uujdtrr bobbing about In the III pads and uStf dimn Inj rblno floats A fish which bites n hobliB Siionyu from a dead soldier has no i a na ral death tho mutt wile hllinfj soqo l Is a cinch for the botile in both lit stances Dead soldiers are sometimes used by mother for storing away gonp When Johnnie makes a collec iiv Ije Junk man ho empties the soap and completes the even dozen bottles with the soldier The beer man souses out pf the soap and fills or up again tor tl e b who smacks his and exclaims Gee but that goes down sllckery Rifts in the Clouded Sky What a lot of tears havo been shed on Imaginations altar There is uuc chord In heart of your neighbor that will thrjl In unison with yours If you but strik chord If i h w much money yot hear about oeiug iaa p you ta with strangers in sleeping cir A on Interurban trains The promote omnipresent and the fortunes In jiflg reaped wIth his mouth enqugli tp put ailjjas jGroesus ant John P Rockefeller the shade q Iho qjd appletree forever I think it would b amusing tp tax report on gome of UJOSQ baronsI a fat woman down with grip on State street yesterday Am there is a city ordinance throwing banana skins on the right o syay too The wife of a brakeman should wear a train It never takes a man long to tear which end of a mule to feed takes the receiver long t pjr i of goods Ho al docs what the other dit ftpjt advertises hills Pjirpr hrothreo oj UorUi Da kota declare that whljp Vyjng dodge a pretty young woman Mo t ed as though she Intended to kla him Editor LIndstrom fell over a bar Tel of salt on the Langdon depot plat form only to discover after all tha another fellow tho lady waste fe A mean cpuntr eyltqr out In swill Rockefeller may IIRVO lg oal As for me Ill take a little less mo and more respect from tho world am fig a blamed sight happier iov to Make the Back Yard Boat Jjjdj ja yfti UiJjj of a new book Issued N V 9 bllshinj house Whats the matter visas snow storm Trouble Wit your coat Is shIny And yoVrVW J mush h the spring thfe fat onto was feros patches on your seat In ihjj spring Jj npn Is lucky In spring tax nia coujelh up gads And tho Ilipty villain Asks you Any ko to ivyr In the spring the house 8 must cover nil the doors In the spring your wife Is busy Finding you some extra chores ll ro HU t and dresses Christmas present JHIJS Half the bills In nil creation Sfem to wander In to you Still I think n man could stand it And be mild ns any mouse But for this last straw of troublen yifey is donning house love that to dead lit 1 l can titan JJltrl ts Oc Ionally l t f H Rl 4 moro b n or ban fop t sort out most n R f the QJP Ik arc pfttI trnv always lit po fellow l o trlls Iowa 4t fw justI wWii W cro k the union suit Is c f 1J mnn hll o tMw q J K 1r f o r 1 1 i f 1 t f t y rain sSense no- R ups nit ring S I1J 1b tiou lips that s i hli see tip tit seldom k Rays i4l t tJq dQi4rlJ esiC1 rlstmas as an 0 FAfns Slit n foal enou r hen baby1 tike wt of a lE111hYe eL lip your sky ltd fce neo l reins st duet dear t t y 1 Y I o t 11 t Furniture Moldings Wall Piper We carry on our floors and in our ware rooms the largest variety of Furniture In MuhlenbergIf have what you want we will get it for you We have factory con nections with makers of the finest in the country and through Our Special Order Department can supply any exclu sive articles at less prices than city stores or mail order houses Our Picture and Room Moldingstocks are always complete Wallpaper is now a staple article of mer chandise being used all the year round Ant we always have full selections prices S cents and up per roll Engraving Machine is the only one in this part of Kentucky and we are exclusively prepared to supply individual Mime Plates which we furnish on all outfits without extra cost Undertaking arid Embalming Coffins in White Enamel and Stained Varnish finish Caskets in White Enamel Natural Woods White Colored and Black Cloth Covered allMetallic and Copper lived airtight Caskets all lengths and regular extra and double extra widths Steel jtrsve Vaults of all sizes constant ly r sKk for irime linfe delivery j anal RQJJCS presses Slippers large yarjpty Our lv iitfcnsod Kmbalmcrs rcspqng at once to for such services Our general equipment is complete and of highest trade We have a Funeral Car in service sub ject to call anywhere I3 Two Ptivatc LongDistance Tele phones bay Stars No 72 Night Home No 108 Residence ISO yards from store liaji any TtieJ LloARKtSTATtO- RltKlROAK Manager AT BIJJCES GLOBE BUGGIES AND iRuurlt11 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California and the Vast Northwest Two trains daily French Lick and West Baden Springs UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DKAUUOKN STATION CHICiUiO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E H BACON D P A N W Cur 4th and Market Sts LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK UPPERB THE GREATEST THEATRICAL SHOW PAPER IN THE WQRkP 400 Per Year Single Copy 10 Cfs ISSUED WKKKLY SAMPLE COPY FREE FRANK QUEEN PUB CO Lid jrrni news ITIILISHKKS Have You Been Stuck1 t f 7 W2TU tiT Rztr Youj 4 rasrc rt on a Wallpaper deal The man who buys without looking around is liable to be held up sharply as above It is no good to grieve over wasted dollars as this fellow is doing after being done Come in to see us time before you buy We may not sell you but well show youVaJlpapgr val j W9 enable you to save money whor ever you may purchase THE J ROARK ESTATE urniturc TOnltimiicr ClnDcrtahcro GREENVILLE KY TUB RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED Monon Route Announces New Schedule of Fares One Way and Round Trip The Monon Route announces that 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