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II oo it lli Record Advertiaring Costs Nothing It pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates R Eif et Itthought that he had discovered soil microbes in the interior of vegetable stalks From this discovery resulted the condemnation of sewage farms and indeed of all market garden ing as it is ordinarily practised with the employment of manure Fortun ately this opinion has not been by all bacteriologists In order to solve this problem which is so important from the hygienic point of view Remlingcr and Nouri have undertaken a series of experiments in which they endeavored by every possible means to infect plants with microbes In every case however they found it impossible to obtain colonies of microbes from the in terior parts of the plants thus infect ed Hence they conclude that the microbes in the soil do not pene trate into the interior of plants but remain entirely upon the surface Sentence Sermons Harder work may be heavens wageRusting is the poorest way of resting The hard face usually has a weak spineTo believe in scandal is to indorse its purveyors No man is cured of pretense by hunting shams He who hides his talent in a nap kin finds evaporated You do not boost the next world by knocking this one Many doctrines arc only ecclesi astical political fences The virtue that runs into vocabu lary soon becomes vice Putty people usually like to fill up all the window space When you pray for promotion heaven sends you opportunity Overanxiety for greased palms snakes theJfeetmighty slippery i You are not passing your religion on when you fling its phrases at anotherIf take every man you meet for guide you will go to the none It is easy to forget the stomachs of the poor while fighting over their soulsNo opinion can help you to heaven if it makes you hate your brother man It is so much easier to plan to mend the universe than it is to be patient with your own children When a mans head will be to absolutely opporing ideas he prides himself on being broad See R C McCracken you want concrete work of any kind Rural Telephones Mr Farmer Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence place yourself ira position to get the latest market quotations at any time This be accomplished by means oF our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the 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 TEL Co Incorporated I If its books get them from this office KILL COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS I I iOJ1th cJcovcrl g your goalof I minded 1 and can ben- efIts e magazinesetc THE KingsNew shared 1ti in liven is a matter oft g rown resources hospitable FOR COLDS 11USINESS LOCALS Give your job printing orders to TilE RECORD For firstclass livery service in including closed call on Harbour Head Get a set of pneumatic rubber tops for your typewriter keys Greatest aid to operation of any machine Roark has them and you are asked to call for a look Pittman Bros new shop near the Baptist church is ready for business Give them your orders Wallpaper prices at Roarks are lower than anywhere and the selec tions are very complete now Miss Lena Arnold would the favor of your laundry work and she represents the best plant in this territory Bear in mind that Roark has splendid selections of wallpaper in stock ready for and sample books of the finest papers made which can be procured on short notice after selection Take advantage of our clubbing offer and get the daily Courier Jour nal three months and THE RECORD one year for only 150 carriages appreciate IIX MM meat delivery DR J W BARLOW Crown nUll Bridge Work done at reasonable prices OQlce up stairs In thu Jones Building Greenville Ky DR I J SlATON tiyticinn and rccon Ofllco Maincross slrcui near Malustieet 15 CAM HOWARD YAD II GRAY HOWARD GRAY LAWYERSOffice In Green Building opposite LaHeade Hotel DR LOUELLA HEITSLEY OSTEOPATH Office at Home East Maincross Street Telephone No 78 Z 0 KNG Notary Li ceased Auctioneer CENTRAL CITY KY Sales Made Anywfiefrifl County Terms Reasonable Box Pone ft I r pJ Public nd 3 DENTIST 1 1 j Save 75 JPRINCIPAL COLLEGE I ZSOORrORATLD Second and Walnut Streets LOUISVILLE KY A Little Good Paint in Time Saves When your buildings need painting everydays delay costs money sun rain snow are getting in work Lumber costs too much to let it dewy for want little paint It costs less to n e than to go with out it We use point on our work CARTERStrictly Pure WHITE LEAD Pure Linseed Oil Pure Turpentine and the most expensive colors The kind of we use never crack or sates only of wear will remove it Let u figure with you when ready to paint We a rsl class and durable job prices reasonable Doa put it olE Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 THE RECORD Soc per year ofa goodpaint J H HAYES e r j s atcorbi White Sewing Machines in rotary and vibrator needles shuttles etc in stock for all machines ROARKS STORE Very Serious a It a very serious matter to ask for one medicine end have the wrong one given you For thi3 reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BLACK DRAUGHT n Liver Medicine The reputation of this old relia ble medicine constipation in digestion and liver trouble Is firm ly It does not imitate other medicines It is better than others or it would not be the liver powder with a larger sale than oil others SOLD IN TOWN ra Horse and stock bills arc printed at this office r I Ii I I favorite promptly KINGOF THROAT AND LUNG REMEDIES Union Lock PoultrySon Out tanh f nc oo Ui no t than BtUXi lor c Uk c pt teartnr tar all twrpoMt UNION rorcz co D r n m r nw City MO C M HOWARD CO We AskYou to take Cardui for your female troubles because we are sure It will help you Remember that this great femalo remedy Fence rite our1N for pnhry yard crchares and rsrds and et root Muhlenberg County is rich in coal iron timber potters clay etc and the most inviting field in Kentucky for investment ofcapital and pluck iP S gaBy g2sajSs y Tr r I i s T x e L1 J- x y rr T i T r GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY APRIL 7 1910 50c PER YEAR IN ADVANCEf VOL XII NO J I l 41 J Neuralgia Neuralgia is a paroxysmal pain in a nerve In most victims of this wretched trouble the same nerve fers in each attack although there arc patients with whom the agony travels from one nerve to another The first thing to ascertain in a case of persistent neuralgia is whether the trouble is due to some organic condition or whether it is simply just a case of a sick nerve calling for help The neuralgia which has an organ ic basis is called symptomatic neuralgia and may be present as one of many other symptoms in tumors or in certain inflammatory affections or tuberculous lesions which are in such position as to compress the course of the nerve at any point Neuralgia pure and simple is called idiopathic and may be compared to the screams of an angry baby who declares its needs in the only fashion it can command The only person competent to Judge whether a particular case of neuralgia is symptomatic or idiopathic is of course the physic ian and if the pain is traceable to some organic trouble any treat meat directed to removal of the pain alone would be simple loss of time case of simple neuralgia the first thing to do is to find out the underlying cause for it may be ac cepted as an axiom that perfectly well people do not have painful nerves Young children and old people are rarely sufferers from It is a trouble that attacks those who are living the active adult life and especially people in middle age when the various fatigues of r that life are most prone to overtake us It is often one of the sequels i of a long illness such as typhoid iriatic diathesis seem more disposed it and any great emotional or undue fatigue may bring on an attack in a neuralgic individual Besides the paroxysmal pain of neuralgia there is generally a dull ache all the time of the attack with tender spots along the line bf the i nerve that will be found very to slight pressure with the fingertipNeuralgia may attack any nerve in the body but it perhaps causes its greatest torture when it takes the form known as tic doulourex This is neuralgia in the face along the line of the sensitive nerve which supplies all this part of the head Another exquisitely painful form of neuralgia is that known as sciatica in the sciatic nerve which runs the back of the leg A New awl iterating Nook are just in receipt of an un usually attractive circular announc ing a very unusual Stark year Book for 1910 which is now being sent out by Stark Bros Nurseries Orchards Co the famous nurserymen of Louisiana Mo The book contains 116 pages 52 of which are fourcolor process reproductions of fruit in natures own most natural like tonature illustrations we have ever seen The other 84 pages are de voted to full discriplions and prices ot the various fruit trees shade trees ornamentals vines plants roses small fruit plants etc grown by Stark Bros Any of our readers who arc plan ning to plant a home orchard or to increase the beauty of their home grounds by planting shrubery roses or other plants this spring should by all means send for the Stark Year book for 1910 It really is o remarkable volume one you will thoroughly enjoy looking through because of its exceeding beauty and one you will find very helpful Stark Bras have advised us they will send this beautiful book to anyone interested on receipt of 7 cents to cover postage Address them at Louisiana Mo 1041 For once the bacteriologists and hygienists who usually appear to delight in alarming timid folk an a discovery re assure those persons who are afraid to eat green vegetables Manau r suf- I 1 4 i i i J 1 t I ri JfevCt and nppc dj J iltJic h ij to Jr1 Iy Ve bookttThe Q J colorsthe I t It practicaland s to i whichwIll r c underlying t I a a ff tIn L b neuralgia r S tftea follow ers socalls r c shock i l sensitive down s x e a flounce a 1 5- T 77 H PBICE Mo A 1X0 TrW saW Free AND All THROAT AND I KOXJY PUMDXD LUNQTROUBL- ESGUAAWTXBD SATINFAOTOIl- 1ox 1 BY PURCHASING ONE OF OUR FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for The regular price is Those or mail this advertisement to us days after it and felling us where saw it will be able to one reserved at tho rate of 25 Books and stationery arc included No time limit now buy one use I I J SIOO wh brin Il of ready 1s ECARD W U has brought relief to thousands other sick women so why not to f you For headache backache 3 periodical pains female best medicine to take Try U 1 in This City FS Give us your AT FACTORY PRICES GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS many havo said it Is the y ad h yrs U 7U a jobwork oft weakness No 270 ship M1 Vehicles Direct from our C 0 to Consumer subject to examination niul It is ot the greatest importance the Globe to one who deals with us a pit used aud Satisfied Customer No effort is to make each shipment suih excellent value in quality of material fiuih aril cf vehicle that it will be a Advertisement and us orders in return If we at a Profit will recommend our Foods to neighbor Oirto our easterners as it would be to a dealer Ifflootlsarc not as rep resented your money is returned to you You nUo no ask We manufacture honest Vehicles and Harness MVC our customers money till orders prompt Write fur our Free Itu y and Harness CUao uo- 9LODB BUGGY HARNESS COJUPAN We flce nu man you made buggy I1ld Ic s OU Gunmnt ilah a oweNSnOftoKE JCKY IN ONE s c bI selling you your y S Wo Buy FURSHides end Wool oJ leathers Tallow Beeswax Ginseng SeaUYeUow Root May Apple Wid Glnjcr etc We ate dealer oubtulicd in I856 Orer halfacentuiyin LouirnDe can do better cr you thin cr eannii 5on oercbscts Reference nr in LouImlJe Write fcr vrctUy poce litl sod iliipfxna Itg- sn Sabol Sons 229 E Market SI lOUISVillE KY Cohen scents Dan e and dk DR KINGS NEW DISCOVERY FOR COUGHS AND COLDS CURES THROAT LUNG DISEASES SAVED lEI SONS Uf Ny IOP Re waa taken down a year ago with lung trouble W doctored some months without improvement Then I began well and works every day SAMp RIppE 50c AND 100 SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY All w t tt j ALL AND betterIMRS Ava i Druggists A I ar ti glila Me K In Bad Fix I was unconscious for three and after that I would have fainting spells dizziness nervousness sick feelingsI of life and had 3 doctors but they did no good so I concluded to Since Cardui I am so much better and can do all my housework Take Womans Tonic Do not allow yourself to a bad fix Youl might get in so bad would find it hard to get out Better take Cardui while there is time while you are still in moderately good health just your and in tip top condition In this troubles whatever are will grad smaller instead of will be on the upgrade instead of the down and by and bye you will arrive at the north pole of health Get a bottle at your druggists today badfixhea Card d CARDUIJ 1 Jt to conserve JJa ly largeryou r i v r 3 sl t- iThe 9i Eli 1Ir Ilk 7 ull c luteg 1 t y0 the ANY BED But always a STEARNS FOSTER Mattress for comfort Few cf us own really comfortable mattresses I mattresses the best grade of hair are a time But expensive and costly remaking must from to to keep them in condition Lowpriced hair mattresses are merely com the truth about contents their uncleanliness and dangers wouldnot make pleasant reading Tens of thousands have never on but a hair never eh- joyed the luxury of a Stearns Foster And many more have used some cheap un comfortable makeshift because they did not know the best mattress of all was so inexpensive as to be within their reach- If we could induce all these people to sleep on a Stearns 9c Fester Mattress for CQVnights if wo could induce them to try it that long and enjoy its luxurious restfulness its slcepiaduciaf com fort they would navcr it up and never use may etbr Sold By tffa J L ROARK Estate Subscribe for The Record Only SOc II r J comfortablefor theyare n mattresshave I liar I e anything dye y a fr4 X An Independent NevHripcr runuauKU THUIIMJATH ar RECORD PR SS t l THE REtORD Y I OWKN pica President OniBK Li Secretary ROAn ORIEX L KOAKK EDITOR LcngOlatenoe Telephone AYe 72 Olltoo in new nmiix rent of store ground floor PER YEAR IN ADVANCE TERMS The pre of the pAper Is pAra ble in and the time has expired to whlcb It IN paid the paper will be Mopped thirds of thanks obituary notices etc If uot longer than ten lineR will be published free A charge of 5 per line for log of thU tutu to anyone free sample copies will be mailed Adrertlwmentn will be Iriwrtrd A rnteennl will be furnished on rc i f t Address M l make nil re mittances pnYAble to RKCOlCO PRESS Greenville Ky THURSDAY A RIL 7 1911 Eatered at the Or enrlUe Ky postofflcc as necondclaan matter A MAN whose neighbors keep hens is just as favored as he would be if he were taking a correspondence course in patience IT was in Chicago that the first pajama party was given last week Ignoringthe matter of propriety seem that is was a little early in the Seis n Tiiosn who are in the habit of get ting thirsty will hardly accept the kind invitation of Guv Stubbs to go to Kansas and see if prohibition doesnt prohibit PITTSBURC which never does things by half has developed the greatest graft mine yet exploited and et it ii promised that the de yehipnsent is only just begun THE wife of a New York puhce man has just been robbed of Oooo worth of jewelry The distressing feature of the affair is that the public think this was all the jewelry A MAN died the other day whose heart was in the wrong place Who doesnt know one or two persons who have been troubled with the rviously were in the wrong place but not prove fatal PULLMAN porters evidently fare better in the west as one was ar rested in Denver last week and paid a fine for his chauffeur exceeding the racing limit In New York a Pullman porter was able to own a machine only as developed in police court Soot of the railway companies are planting catalpa trees thickly along their right of way to provide fur future ties As one of the practical methods of conserving the couutrs natural resources this merits all praise t OuRthird newspaper the Muhlen berg Sentinel R O Pace editor j appeared last Friday and the initial number is a good one prosperous with advertisements of news nnd there is every indication of a profitable existence for this new entry into Muhlcnbergs journalistic field quite sj revolutionary or anti revolutionary has been alone by the pistoffice department us ita action changing the JMLSlMf TuUenvilIe Staten Island R htley lanor In the war for HliiiiietJirentc Totlena were tnctaiiiiri thc l ntleys were tories It is no whmlerirrat bifiu half the population of that suburb are up in arms over the change Du Coot who is reported latest discoverer to be in New Jer sey neednt come back claiming to have discovered that state The trusts saw it first They see it last also These are hard for the explorer Everything has been dscov red now except the stand pt majority that was going to put the Tuft measure through congress Here at least is a field for an ex plorer with plenty of patience and time to burn CHAMP CLARK doesnt of this idea of going outside of the house to secure a speaker for the purpose of getting the best there is for that job Champ has been read ing the stars and they whisper to him that the democrats are to carry the next house and thus be in a po sition to choose their own speaker At such a momept in history Mr Clark has long been planning to re move his hat and tell the lightning 0 do its worst 50 HIS t oweI wilt bf SDccer d Itnee nit omnnaslcatiu i I f 1 A j possessed p cfll1 Th4tr So sO j did J t t f and ull usefuland I I i Nniii c 4 I II c pat 0 New I J by I may thinkmuch 01 4 1 iI II j 4 4 f TSt A i zJIf 1J i 4t JS S rJ f r f aub aiIv 4 it- t a does x 1 t rr y E h w rtt 0 1r a timber s r r 7 s ftrly tI tail 1 his das la k r y i l 1 1 a r Vilna Some of its SiUTOiwbfngs By OTTO A ROTHERT UHAPraU IIN THE BOTTOM CIIAPTEU II OX TIlE BLUFF 1JBU33arb ii3tLL flarb t CHAPTER II ON THE BLUIF A climb to the top of Buzzard Rail already stated seems at first glance like an utter impossibili ty Our guides showed us a number of places from where the could be made with a Ii tie exertion Some of us walked over a steep winding trail whitli begins about 500 feet be yond the base of the rock some through a tunnellike crack and others climbed up in the crcvicu ou the side of the rock When we reached the top we another grand sight Below us lay the valley with its fields anti for ests enclosed by chains of high cliffs I cannot describe the beauty of the scene to ytu I wi h I could Words fail me etc etc I shall however attempt to give you a idea of the locution of some of the places which never fail to at tract special attention for all visit ors agree that their distance lends enchantment to the view To the right of Buzzard Ball Yard is the mouth of Crow Hollow which leads up to thu famous Polly Latham Springs Across this hollow and facing Clifty valley stands Horse Shoe Rock a long and mosscover ed bluff protuding far above the high trees growing at its base To the south a break in the cliffs opens up a view of the rolling hills beyond Log Gap To the left among sev Other equally pi eminent cliffs is Garretts Bluff a dangerous from which large masses of rock fall every year or two Immediately back of Buzzard Ball Yard is a hil side leading from the flat surface of the rock up to the general level of the surrounding country Th top of Buzzard Ball Yard is a smooth barren spot somewhat circular and about 50 feet in diame ter This more or less cylindrical roCtTn eS5 2er MfJ Uy s in cliff until some 60 years ago when it suddenly became detached and is now separated from the main bluff by a curved crevice about three feet wideEach member of our party made an estimate of the distance from the the rock to its base James put it at 225 feet Horace Alvin and Penny at 200 Gabe and I at 150 feet This made an aver age of 188 feet But no one would change his estimate up or down this figure We however all agreed that the only way to determine the exact height is to stretch a string down the side of the rock pull it up the string not the rock and meas ure it If any of the readers of TilE RECORD have already carried out this idea I will be glad to hear his results for I have a curiosity to know how much of an overestimate ISO feet is Religious services have taken place on Buzzard Ball Yard On two or three such occasions it is said the preacher stood on the level rock and his listeners were scaled under the trees on the hillside down to his platform Picnic parties frequent this locality every summer and fall Among the names cut into the rock we deciphered Bee Brown Lcn Hall Bud Slaugh ter J F Wech J P Ballard N E Pallor J T Robertson C L Diiikell Elmer McGehee Ours was as much of a picnic party as an exiluriug expedition so we too indulged in a camp lunch on the famous rock The place it is s i is called Buzzard Ball Yard because buz zirds roost there and can be seen around it from sundown to sli re The number that roost on and near the rock has been v liously fr m several doz n ten thousand f We however did not observe a single one soaring or sit ting We did not have the time to wait until to see how many would return fur the night But we discovered evidence of the fact that they are holding the fort for we found a few roosting places noticed signs of If the name was derived from the fact that buzzards roost and breed on and around this cliff then surely it ought to have been called Buz zards Roost or Buzzards Brood Yard But this cliff has for gener ations gone by the name of Buzzard Ball Yard and tradition gives it no other Yardas ascent crawledup tt general ral precipice I topof n und I n ton I andalso oldnests r r v beheld feet leading reported su iduwn b The top of the rock as said be fore is a somewhat circular area about 50 feet in diameter This surface can without indulging in a metaphor be called a yard for any speck of ground three feet or more wide is apt to be thus designated Even a pile of old bones make a hone yard So the vague term yard are very appropriately ap pliedThe question where does the ball come in at naturally suggests itself The buzzard is too sluggish and drowsy to try to dance or take part in a game of ball The when in the nest and still covered with white or yellowish down on be ing approached will hiss like a goose The grown buzzards never produce any sound except by their wings when they start on a flight They do not even buzz The haunts of buzzards are always quiet and above all the young or the old birds never bawl If the fact that buzzards heads are bald entered into the derivation of this name then our pioneers would have called the place the Bald Buzzards Yard But the old settlers were very concise They knew all our buzzards had and that this adjective thus applied would convey nothing specificThere seems to be but one way to account for the word ball It must Shave been originally bald for the top of this rock is not only as flat as a pancake but also as bar ren of grass moss or any other vege tation Thus considering all things it seems quite probable that this place was called The Buzzards Bald Yard by the early settlers Many of our traditions change with the gen erations and this is evidently another instance whJe a seldom printed hut up But whats in a name Romeo would say that what we call Buz zard Ball Yard if called by any other name would still be the same old rock and from it could still be seen the same grand landscape So be its name what it may let us visit the place often for Buzzard Ball Yard is indeed a sight well worth seeing THE IJND MAYOR GAYXOR of New York city is accused of saying had ought A man in his position ort not for to use such language hke that CERTAIN G A R post will deco rate the graves of the dead soldiers on Memorial day by using artificial flowers thus rebuking the florists tor their high prices The limit to have been reached Bissells qyco carpet sweepers the very latest models from this great factory are for sale at Roarks furniture store If you have never used a sweeper you cannot possibly appreciate the advantages Call for a demonstration COME TO US FOR Wallpaper U U oung U U woad been U U It i bald- heads o en soften uas ailed appears Come in to see us time before you buy We may not sellyou but well show you wallpaper values and enable you to save money whey ever you may THE J ROARK ESTATE 3f urntture TXlnllpnpcr ClnOertaUcro GREENVILLE KY firstor lastany s purchases v t 4 4 A few Words tot umer ARE YOU RAISING ANY PSimi If you are bear in mind that we are the strong est wool buyers in Southwestern Kentucky We have your wool sold at the highest price and that enables us to give you high prices for your wool when you have your sheep sheared bring the clip tj us and receive honest weights and spot cash We arc successors to H E Eaves in the feed business and we are selling feed and field seeds I Telephone No 276 E A L COHEN Roark Bldg next door to Hales trm fopint our dome pricesforS EM NRS t rp S wswNJEs paint protects the lumber from win and shine improves the appearance en hances the selling value and prolongs I the life of the property Buildings go to ruin fast when neglected but last indefinitely when properly painted To insure the greatest dura bility and beauty and to best resist the weather ask your painter to use HOUSE PAINT ERA It costs less because it take less and lasts longer Color cards and suggestions for fashionable combinations at our No matter what ic tintt4 tugmtM klvarnished theres aft Acmt QaaHty Kind Je fit ftefwrPOM1 GREENVILLE MILLING CO Incopporatpd METAL NEw t7 l v i store the arx ace r t ARE FIRE PROOF Will not crack and roll off like slate Will not rip at the scams like plain tin Neither will they rattle during high wind storms They never need and last as long as the And lust of all they make the handsomest roof and ere not expensive j For Site by d M DEXTER 0 GKiviBe Ky will not burn Will not split wood shinglesor curl like tar10arBook I fir 1910 i Is to mall It will be sent to any person interested in on receipt of 7 cents to cover The nurserymens ts a work art as well as a pew standard of at 1000 per bushel year Stark Km David another quality and Stark Kin Philip a blac of California of the very best horticultural world are fully described illustrated and priced To one one tree or fruits or ornamental this book is of inestimable horticultural guide to selection trees have stood the supreme test of planting for 85 are the yardstick which all other are are the first choice of country s most successful orchardists The success of the orchard Is dependent on the kind tree planted ark varl tl IK the best of the best Our 85 yean of successful S guarantee of tree quality Before JK M teeUk t buy send 7 cents for the Stark Year Botk do it toy before the edition is exhausted Stark Bros Nurseries and Orchards Co Louisiana Missouri KaVmaY faYi Officers W A Wickliffe President C E Martin Vice President John T Reynolds Jr Cashier Ed S Wood Assistant Cashier A Wickliffe E J Puryear R T Martin J 1 Reynolds Jr Ed S Wood C E Martin Geo W fruit ear nn entirely new idea in literatureit of Stark covers 32 illustrations of fruits and flowers representing 175 varieties dene in four colors and exactly reproducing to descriptions prices and records ar the apple rev orchard and estlb1ishe a APpl ofwondrous valuea textbooka the ro f TS DirectorsW 1 401 f c I1 q i ir t growing ook its arc pature 81 ages are planting pel merit ff itU ng 3 9 SYeenv lYe Ye n ueky Martin I r BLMMYFLL ROARK 4cdt A dt A General Insurane rM- sa ei I- k 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 jive us a call when you want insurance BLACKWELL ROARK Greenville Ky A New Newspaper A New Newspaper the Edited and published by R 0 Pace at Greenville will make its appearance APRIL 1 1910 SOME OF ITS FEATURES All home print all the home news Republican in politics but fair to everybody t Devoted to the countys social moral educational vfl V and political welfare Pertinent editorial comment on matters of public interest A A free want and exchange column A circulation from the beginning of One Dollar per it JOB DEPARTMENT The Sentinel has one of the most complete job offices in Western Kentucky This department is under the supervise ion 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 are right Satisx faction guaranteed BETTER MATTRESS FOR LESS MONEY Let us prove to you that the Stearns Foster Windsor grade Mattress is superior to any 1500 mattress advertised in the magazines You dont have to buy on faith Well show you the inside an important side to know of the very mattress you buy I i j i t l t t0 r suDs db1S cnt dealers i t ria QOQt yearandworth oldcustomers A 4 1 F dv MUIILENBEk SENTINEL I industrial e for ofitsr xe far pearl kr t r tF STEARNS FOSTER MATTRESS Ie 1350 A positive guarantee of money back if not satisfactory on 60 nights trial Come in today Weve got all the good things at very reasonable prices L ROARK Estate GREENVILLE LIVERY GO BARBOUR HEAD Manager N 6f1e J 1 I First class livery serv ice including high grade closed carriages Feed and hitch business so J WINDSORGRADE licited and given careful attention Telephone No Subscribe for The Record Only r 182 J C 50c 0 4Y 1 r4L 1 t i I i The y Powder r from Royal Grape J Cream of Tartar 4t I J t f j 5- r az Y- q A ZW r v Ifrrmade 1- s QYAL f i kingPowder Absolut PUKE C R R LOCAL TIME CARD I I XOUTII BOCXD KO 132 Louisville Express 103 KxpresH 101 LouUvllIn Limited 100 Central City nccotn 11 55 am 151 pin 715 pm 135 Patlncnh anil Cairo txvcotn 515am121 Kullou Accommodation 1240pm 101 New OrleitUH Special 340 pm 1009 Agt Give us your job work 10 for correspondence We arc getting a rush of theseason shows Good morning lEave you finished garden planting yet See the very latest in carpet sweepers at Roarks Horses and mules are in good de mand and the price is high The next show booked for the opera house will be on the aoth Give Pittman Bros your meat orders New shop best service The ice plant is in full operation and there is abundant product ready for use Fighting Parson at the opera house on Wednesday the 20 Did you think you were so rich before you heard from the state board of supervisors Miners are enjoying their rest IbuJ most of the men hops the vaca tion tWill be short and that work be resumed Telephone No 5 and your laundry will be called for and delivered iMrs Jennie E Roark and grand chiWren Tuesday for Rock IKansas whure they will spend a month with relatives The suspension pending a new agreement for the next two years has brought manyminers from here abouts to town the last few days Call on Leslie Hale next to First National Bank for candies books sundries cigars tobacco etc f3 Mr Howard Eades left the first of the week for Hastings Ok where he will resume his position after spending severalweeks here among friends airs T M Morgan left Tuesday morning fur Murphysboro Ills where she goes to be with her sfon Air Martin Morgan who has not been well for some days jsS Foi livery service including closed carriages call on JJarbour Head Mallie Ferguson and Miss Birdie Nunan of South Carrollton have been appointed as clerks in census department and will be in the bureau Washington City The rains Sunday were general county and were very bene ficial as the ground was getting dry and ieeds sown needed moisture Everything Is now developing rapid ly School books for all grade can be found at the new store of Leslie Hale and school supplies of all kinds also f b 1 r riO- t t 1 WO On FonD o 1tf r t ttThe u old r first lass A Miss J a I fr 11 oJ J I tl faro I aournnuutn i Nor 2 end 0f- a thing R Owners offio s are chaining them riow asse eral do s avc eea i e will left 6 s t thee r ovei the t i- r ar The Fighting Parson The Fighting Parson will no doubt be one of the opera house best offerings at our local playhouse this season Its a pastoral comedy drama from the pen of that success ful playwright John A Preston It deals with the struggles of country minister whose determination to do right ia spite of great opposition making him a good true character loved by all and believes in the right thing even at the cost of reputation and riches but as Henry Ward Beecher said With the help of God the true Christian is bound to win so does the Parson in W F Manns newest success that comes to the opera house on Wednesday April 20th Seats on sale at Countzlers drug store 10 for correspondents Spring showers in plenty Trees are almost in full leaf April showers bring May flowers Fine line of electros and stock bills quickly handled at this office We will soon have the our new Y M C A The Dakotas have our thanks for peeping their blizzards at home last No 283 was the lucky ticket given away to some customer by Mrs M E MartinThe has been well broken several showers having fallen this weekDr and Mrs J E Bailey are entertaining their firstborn a fine appeared at their home last Saturday Give Miss Lena Arnold your laundry she represents Metcalfe of Hopklnsville one of the best this state It is hard to tell so early in the season just what may happen but it looks as though it will be a good spell for fish stories Mrs J T Pendleton of Lexing ton was here Saturday and Sunday on a visit to her perents Mr and Mrs J A Williams Dr J G Bohannon returned from St Louis Monday and is very much improved from his treatment there It is hoped that he will soon again be able to resume actively the practice of the profession Dr Bray has a new electric dental engine and is prepared to do better work with less pain than ever be fore 0131 at Dogs are still being killed from poison ot some sort The bird dog of Mr E J Puryear and one belonging to Mr Will Pan MIl were found dead last Thurday morning This is about the fourth round always two or three dogs being killed at each round Mrs Cecil E Roark has received an appointment to a position In the bureau at Washington where for a year or more she will be engaged in the census department It is likely that Mr Roark and his wife will move from Louisville to Washington for a stay of a year Mr Godfrey M Duncan has ac cepted a position with the Jeffery Mfg Co at Columbus Ohio and will leave the latter part of the week to enter upon his duties He will ba in he mining electrical depart ment and his many fee that he will make good in his wqrlf d ing advantages- of c t girlwho plants- in fri nds S 1 f 1 iccU sup- Posedly anyway 4 4 Secretary For New Y M C A Mr George T Anderson and wife ot Corbin arrived this week and will make their home here where Mr Anderson has accepted the call to the secretaryship of the Y M C A He is an experienced man having held similar positions for several years and our associa tion and the city are fortunate in securing his services The new building properly managed will prove a t ource of pleasure and prof it to our young men who will ceive lasting benefit from the or ganizationDixie Csacert Company The appearance of the Dixie Con cert Company at the opera house last Friday night drew a audience of our music loving people and the program was well chosen and pleasingly rendered The work of the mae quartet was consistently excellent were demanded on ach of the pro gram numbers Mrs Foster the soprano soloist is one of the most pleasing artists that has ever appear ed here her voice being one of pleasing range expression and music Miss Boyd the reader gave two numbers with good effect and the whole program was well balanc ed andencores rev representative Have you a or other jewelry some cane or other item that you ring umbrella silverware want engraved Take it to Roark and the work will be done quickly in best manner The stock law has a great many opposers and about an equal num ber of citizens who favor it Un less you have already done so take your choice and you will find plenty of company on either side Mr Chas W Roark is in New Orleans where he is attending Shriners annual conclave He will make a business visit ot some days before his return touching at several of the important lumber points in Louisiana and Mississippi Elsewhere will be found the state ment of the First National Bank and it is a showing second to noin Our readers should study the figures which may prove a revelation to many Central City entertained a cyclone Tuesday morning and after its departure there was some considerable wreckage over the covered houses and out buildings being and other wise damaged fences and trees de chimneys wrecked no one was hurt in the mixup Mrs Nora Nord who lives just outside the city last Thursdaykilled with a shotgun a blue hawk that measured four feet from tip to tip It was one of the largest hawks seen hereabouts for a long while and Mrs Nord is very much pleased with her success in removing this chicken destroyer Best meats of all kinds at Pittman Bros new meat shop Telephone No 279 Mr Herman Sumner left the first of the week for Chicago where he will spend three months in the of the Goodman Mfg Co makers of electrical mining machin ery He is taking a special course of study and work in this branch anti his usefulness with the Lam Coal Co be thereby greatly in creased Messrs H C A E McCracken arc spending the week at Shiloh battlefield the an niversary days April 6 and 7 being observed by hundreds of the old soldiers who were engaged in that memorable conflict during the civil war and Squire McCracken will strike hands with many comrades inarms during his stay are a real lover of dramat ic art do not overlook the coming engagement of Then Fighting Par son at our local play house on April 20th The newspapers through out the country proclaim it the best of its kind A drama with a plot one In which the characters are natural the stage set tings realistic and a company of real actors and actresses with met ropolitan reputations The deals with the struggles of a country college bred minister whose to win carries him to suc stitutton i like capiai iu ihHbit miniature smallarea unroofed o- wIng McCracken and If pastoralcomedy re r Fortunately factory will you story determination s- 9cT The Book Club The March meeting of the Wom ans Book club was held the 31St in the club room Mrs Harry Eaves presiding This lesson closed the study of Italian history As usual the business hour was full of plans to to carried out by the help of all interested in civic improvement April 2122 is the time set tor clean ingup day Will you do your part and clean not only your own yard but the street pavement etc around your premises The club Arbor Day Friday going in a body to the school and planting a maple tree A case is soon to be received to be tilled with books for some needy place In the mountains The model case con tarns about onethird stories for children one third fiction for adults and history biography nature studies useful arts and poetry divided between children adults a dictionary and bible Please go over your library and if you have duplicate books or un used books assist us in filling this case for our mountain people The books may be sent to Mrs J L Rogers 10 for correspondence No 283 Draws the Gold Watch Mrs M E the necessary number of sales last Thurs day and had the gold watch opened which she is to give of her cus tomers The seat broken the number 283 was the watch and the person holding that number ed ticket should call at the store and receive the watch Ilopkinsville Tobacco Market Hopkinsvillc April decid ed increase was noted on this mark et last week in hogshead tobacco Campling was done on a big scale and everything was in demand On ly lugs to medium IcjjUf were offered Prices were just as as at any times during the season ranging as high as 15 while sales were made at 13 and 14 Prices last week ranged Lugs Common 650 to 750 medium 750 to 8 good to 9 Leaf Low 850 to Q 50 common 950 to 1050 medium 1050 to 12 good 13 to 15 Tobacco in stor as 18 On the loose floors there was doing owing to the decreased prices from 5 to 8for lugs and 750 to 15 50 for leaf M m Low Rates West via Monou Route Ii u willobserve b Martin completed one foundin 4A S H lIwJ Wlrong higH i ranging L i l one tfiird was strong many little offerings From March 1St to April 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 3 7 30 Full information cheerfully fur nished at Monon Route City Ticket Office or by addressing E H Ba con D P A One of the cleverest dramatic shows that the people of Greenville will have the pleasure of witnessing this season is W F Manns newest play The Fighting with Mr Mm Winterhoft and Miss Bell Reno in the leading roles The abounds with pathos com edy and surprises and at no time dues the interest lag It holds one from the rise until the final drop of the curtain Local theatre goers will have the pleasure this interesting play on April 2oth at the LaMeade Opera House and from the already big demand for it will pay one to secure them early Managers Countzler Pitt man are now The city council was in regular monthly session Monday night and it the most largely attended session that has been held in many months A lengthy petition presented the signers protesting against the recently law and asking its repeal An n Was Introduced repealing the law and reinstating the previ ouslaw and it will have next meeting Wyoming Girl was pre sented at the opera house Tuesday night to a fairsized audience and the play was about up to the age with perhaps a few bright spots than seen generally The 2 was poor but the dancing was extra good making a fair average j 15th tt arson ofreceiving was was enactedstock finalaction tiThe more s r Wyoming production seats booking ordinance dyer singing I o School childre should eat Quaker Oats at least twice a day 9 Assorted in the Imlly Size Iackaze Shooting On the Street Monday Even About 630 oclock Monday Mr George M Dexter a shotgun at Will Hallinan Jr but Hallinan was not hurt only two shot striking him one in the the neck anti one in the arm Dexter was on the front of his place of business and Ilalliuan was across the street in front of the jewelry store of John F Poag The shot were of small size and scattered widely one or two other persons being slightly injured and a slight prpp elty loss inflicted Dexter surien gave bond The affair created great excitement and is by everyone to those famil far with the conditions it is that there were many circumstances that caused the act The examining trial will be held this morning at 9 oclock Bootleggers Caught Will Tett and Lee Btoadus of Central City were arrested here Tuesday charged with selling liquor in prohibition territory It is alleged that last Sunday these parties came here with quite a of bottles of whiskey and that they had no trouble in disposing of their product Both gave bond and will be tried Monday morning this is the first offense of this charac ter in a long while Epworth League Pro 1 gram Thought for April Topic April 10 Praise Leader Bradley Sparks Opening Hymn Responsive Reading Lords Prayer in Concert SongScripture Lesson Prayer Bible Illustrations Song Leaders Address In What Ways May We Expiess Our Praise SongOpen Praise Meeting Sentence Prayers Offering Benediction 10 for Correspondents Get ready for the census man Get ready for clean up days 21 22 inst If you want job pruning give this office your order for prompt de livery Census enumerators begin woik the t5ih Clean up days will he Thursday and Friday April 2122 We have Aplenty of stock cuts of all kinds and can do your bells in Fires overcoats and wraps have been necessary the last day or so The early gardener is wondering if he is to lose his labor after all Roark is specially prepared to do disinfecting andis subject to call anywhere householder and every busi man should get ready fur our annual clean up days which will be observed April 21 and 32 Mr N M Elliott has been desig nated enumerator for the city of Greenville and will begin the work on the i5th There is considerable interest in all quarters as to the showing that will be made and some people think we will have than oco inhabitants most people how ever think it will drop somewhat that figure 5 nJflMF nllJJii1 JlrJ T 1 log discharged backof pavement- in dercdand conceded colored number tjt d1n cUle U f r goodshape very mote below f china evening regretted aggravating w il 14 I 7 OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT ONLY W MANN PRESENTS WILLIAM WINTERHOPF IN THE FIGHTING PARSON r F i1 fir GREAT PLAY IA w 2 r i r April 20 S1 GREAT CAST Young Ministers Praght For iLove Honor and Truth jCHALLENGE Its Equal Cannot Ue Found In The Whole of II Play of Unusual Mirth and Popular Prices A World DruI11a Merit k What Alls You Do you feel weak tired despondent have frequent bend aches coated tongue bitter or bad taste in morning heartburn belching of gas acid throat after eating stomach gnaw or burn foul breath dizzy spells poor or variable oppetite nausea ct times and kindred symptoms Ii you have coy considerable number of ebove symptoms you are suffering from bilious ness torpid liver rah indigestion or dyspepsia Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery is made up of the most valuable medicinal principles known to medical science for the permanent euro of such abnormal conditions It is efficient liver invigorator stomach toaic bowel regulator end nerve strcstheaer risingsin the oata KEPOUT OF CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK uKirccnvtlle in the State of Kentucky at thi close of business March 29 1010 IlESOURCES Loans and discounts 518903201 Overdrafts secured and uns J31G2G UiLJlOIldSto secure circtn 3000000 Itonus securities etc 7442312 Banking house fur and fixt 1111720 Other teal estate owned Due from National Hanks not reserve agents Due from State and Private Hanks Hankers Trust Cos and Savings Hanks 43VJVl Due from approved res agts 12865374 Checks and other cash items 11 3020 Notes of other National Hanks 4SOGOO fractional paper currency nickels and cents 22420 Lawful Money Ileserve in Hank viz Specie 2209300 Legaltender notes 100000 23OUSOO Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent cir culation 150000 S47033479 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 3000300 Surplus fund 1400000 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paul 3455 04 Nafl Hank notes outstandg 3000000 Due to other National tanks 577G18 Due to State and Private Hanks and Hankers 8234 Dividends unpaid Indl deposits sub to check 201 3 1 105 Time certificates of deposit 12173305 Certified Chouks Cashiers checks outstanding 20000 Total 17033479 State of Kentucky County of JIulilenbetV SB I John T Uty nuts Jr Cashier of the above named liiuk solemnly swear that the above 8tuitinent U true to the bent of my knowledge and bulluf JOHN T KEISOLDS JrCualiier- V A H T MAIITI V Directors- E PiruvBAn Snbsiribetl and sworn to bcforo me this 2th 1MO J T CHATHAM Notary Public Points Regarding the Census begins April 15 and must be completed in two weeks in cities and thirty days in all other areasThe enumerators will wear a badge inscribed United States Census 1910 The law requires every adult per son to furnish the prescribed but also provides that it shall be treated confidentially so thatno injury can come to any from answering tnenuestions The President a procla mation calling ofTaH citizens to cooperate with the Census and assur ingthem that it has nothing to do with taxation army are jury service compulsory school attendance re gulation of enforce ment of any law and that no bne can be injured by answering thein quiries It is of the utmost importance that the census of population and agri culture in thi3 state be complete and correct Therefore every person should promptly accurately and complete 4330 iuns BaRds iH r of The ensns tI information t r No i t tn U TOTAL tc tit rr day Apt II person has isiiQd immigration l t 1 tSTORY GREAT The Golden Medical Discovery not a patent medicine or secret under oath A glance at these will show that it contains no alcohol or ful habitforming drugs It is a fluid extract with pure triplercfiaed of proper strength from the roots of native American medical plants Dispensary Medical Association Props Buffalo N V nostrum list of its ingredients on its bottlewrapper and attested J made nc 0 forest Wodd r is e full being printed horse ly answer the Census questions ask ed by the enumerators Coal Mining Still Tied Up The production of coal in this district is tied up until an adjustment is reached on the terms of a new which should have gone scntatives and operators are in session in Louisville and it is almost a certainty that an will be reached today or tomorrow There was a difference of only about one and onehalf per cent in a previous conference You can use Roarks furniture cost if it is not satis factory In every way as it is sold under positive guarantee and no questions asked We Are Ricker If It Sticks The state board of equalization has raised the assessment of the county 20 per cent on all proper ty personal land city lots etc This is the heaviest ever known In our history but every county in the state was raised some of them high er than ours and we received about an average Muhlcnberg has the reputation of listing on a higher basis than any county in this section of Kentucky and it is hoped that we may receive asubstantial reduction when our complaint is heard by the Weather conditions are causing some anxiety obout the fruit crops and early gardens are also in danger of damage Most of new wallpaper is here and more than 50 patterns are ready for selection Census enumerators have received their appointments and supplies and are getting familiar with their duties so that they may be able to do rapid and correct work Mr W C Paige of Louisville field secretary of the state committee of the Y M C A is expected here next week to assist local secretary Anderson in organizing the associa tion work here Mr Anderson is getting acquainted with our people and is pleased with the outlook for the association 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 neffctAprili Thcmu Urepre polishwithout I 1 Roark i 1 i ki Ji r tJtL f J t i J Y f f1 fj l b J tt t y agreement K note agreement- E i jw4 Y4 r f boardS gyn s e S 4 N1 Y r n r 4 T- S ROARK Furniture W llp per Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wr Slippers Vaults ROARK I4 w C J I l 4 r i i ii V 1 Disinfec n a s r c V x d w 1 t 1 t a err rave ion arm and Garden PROPER CARE OF EGGS Mistake to Hold Thcn F r Higher Prices Says Philadelphia Writer Vlicru vain the MUIUI he properly il for the prowm bad eggs I i tin markets WIuil an the onuses flat Kansas Stutt Agricultural college IIIKTM the Llauic at la part vih the fanner the following two First some few farmer do Itlifnitely take eggs to market which thiy Uiuw tare nut fresh herausc they fdisiiii that the merchant Is compelled tu take them or lose theft trade sec uml and by far the greatest reason is because Ignorance on the part oC ln farmer as to how to sell eggs says ii writer in the Philadelphia Record It indeed a had practice to trade off pjgs at the village store Some incrclinntM even offer 2 cents n dozen mori fur eggs cold for trade than they do those sold for cjjsh The price of gmvtlu B raised to meet the dcfi iUH y in the profit from the eggs flip farmer makes almost nothing tWctimpetitiou As these merchants take as ihoy it is au r I F pips lie ut I the the 9r I I a least fur to tads h by c come some TIUP WIT IN PFBUVTIQif farmers to make au extra effort to supply the merchants with nil the eggs get nUll all the weeds or HnmK barn lofts etc are forced to fjlve up heir sometimes rather ancient supply of Vhen the elenn fresh ojrgs are gnth ww they must be Let u A clean plan until marketed fjoo4 JMWS In such n place kept up off Jtr keeping eggs iliHiMng eggs for helter prices might Jook llla ii shrewd business more but it is out Thtiv Is nothing that counts KO strongly In n mans success as repu tation and the upon whom ptiMit citnlidence is placed for uinpjfot imthlng but prime stock Is tic man that la sure to win out J urii tint weather eggs stale very quickly Therefore It Is advisable to rolled several times n day In fact that rule Is enforced the entire year on tlu of the winter to prevent heir being chilled or crack ed In summer to iivoid their being Mated by heat J i life of a fresh Is gouapajly coni tit Hl nt three days Therefore to trnaraiitw freshness they should bo inarlitttul two or ihreo times n week Grading i jK8 lUconlluff to size endeavoring to have uniformity in cadi shipment In a good business inovo Ispetially when a retail trade Is icing supplied jf before marketing the farmer will candle Ills eggs lie will not only feel iioubly sure of their condition but he can safely guarantee them An egg tester can be purchased at any poultry I I tt call I n Clt 11111lf rtft- ologt armor i r t writerIn t t 1 I I J they eggs dry COOL gg ttflr rllnnt n c fug oral egg gut color t CAPO HEADY Fon KAHKET supply liaugp fur about 5Ti cents This ivill w r HO ordinary louse lamp XVhj iuls ti sui u u dark room tho yga cnn l c easily candlou An absolutely fresh egg when tip fore MM egg candle should be very rlwir niid Silo dim outline of the yolk be There should be jio alt cell vlsibjp Any other than that Id not absolutely frost At the large end n clear space known fl flip becomes larger as the ORg rpv8 older caused by the evapora lion of the water content of the egg If a dark sprit Is noticed it is either a rot or n developing germ A red blood ring Is caused by a dead germ filrcaks In the sliell show that it fs Tlnw egg may be by candling Into fresh stale cracked mid rotten classes Instead of letting the hens run around anywhere In the weeds and lay their eggs the farmer should pro vide proper nests for them The trap nest is an excellent idea and when Mrs lieu gets used to this kind she will have no other This care would Jniprovo the quality of the eggs be cause the outlay so to speak would always be discovered early Another source of protit which too faros people Ignore Is the pre paring of capons for the market Geld lug a male chicken always Improves hls Mcsi fur till table and it Is well to tint caponlzed fowls in a pen by Ibeiisiives fur fattening V7yV r I j I only J 4 s III racked I t r r j f f fjJ I I t or ifvt At 1 fj 0 It1r W w A 1 f 1 t l c 4r tits ba b Air cell n 1 Jilt s grad t Z a t many 4p i r a try y Ynt- aYi 1 ti- 3i lit pr e IRRIGATION IN WINTER Results Very Satisfactory Tried Western States When welder Is applied either sol or to crops outside the regular Irrl gation season It is termed winter irri gation Thy practice thus far tins been confined largely to the wormer ports of the arid region It has become welt established In Arlziua and California null in boing iiiltu rapidly extended to parts ol Oregon Kansas nnd the Rocky mountain stales Experience has shown that n deep retentive soil Is capable of storing a large qniuiity of water On account of the iluctiatit of western streams of all kinds from the small creek to large river the greatest flow of water often comets at n season when Uiere is least demand for It In a few locnli ties adequate storage facilities have peen provided to retain the surplus but ns a rule it Is allowed to go to waste The passage of RO much waste water led to the introduction of winter irrigation nUll In nearly every case the results have been satisfactory The chief differences between winter and ordinary Irrigations are the larger volumes used the crude manner of conveying and applying the water and the dormant or partially dormant con dition of the plants at the time of rigation In Fresno county Cal water is turned Into Slip mnill In January nnd February The large canals of and Turlock districts run ia re thou halt a head during the half of February This Is the rainy period In both these localities and the sill Is usually too wet for plant growth but water is applied to alfalfa fields to flll tip the sijusojl sp us to provide a surplus for the fain loss summer when water Is scarce Hesidea furnishing a supply of much needed moisture winter Irrigation whtMi conditions are favorable pre vents winter killing and Improves the iii htiupn condition of the soil UNIQUE WINTER PLOWING Snow Plowed Under Is Said to Be the Poor Mans Manure Most fflrmprs ujiliitch and turn in when snow begins to fall but hell we have n picture of a Vermont man who finished his fall plowing after the ground was well covered with the whitenessSnow been called the poor mans manure because It washes from the atmosphere as It falls some nitrogen soinclilhoH Itttrtr acid he atmos contains varying of those substances but In very minute quantities lust utter an electrical to hare the to ot and n mOil IIhl Where- In Ire the- M de hitter ihthkfllrm nliriatytlLitmttncnln hewp PLOWING SNOW IX VERMQ T storm lime quantity Is Increased as be electricity converts some of the tree nitrogen of the atinnsphtrp pfo these available forums There Uri uioru ni Irises marl ammonia salts In the at mosphere near cities than lu the con try as these substances are found li the escaping smoke of factories Italus nnd fogs null even hail wool the atmosphere of nitric old mind am moan salts After n dry spell a henry shower will contain sometimes com paratively large quantities of these substances and a late snow in the spring of the year when the weather has been previously dry will contain probably n larger quantity than even a rain for the reason that the snow is more finely divided than the amid washes Usa atmospliPFP more completely There are annually brought down In rains snows and dews about nine to ten pounds of nitrogen available for plant fotd to the acre This If bought In the form lit cpjnmcrclnl fertilizers would cost tally f7i assume therefore says M A Bcovoll nf the Kentucky experiment station that Is wily snow la called the poor mans manure no It at JejjsP assists in bring tug this much avaljabjp pjtpogpp Jp soil Some Bad Farm Conditions Two hundred dairy farms In a dozen states were Invest Igsitcd and Insjiectod and ruled according to modern stand ards of dairy sanitation Out Hf the 200 places Inspected the highest seer lug dairy was entitled to U08 points out of the possible 100 The lowest scorJuK dairy was entitled to only Or3 polntH The jivenige score of time 200 Inspected was UH04 pijf of the possible 100 points Some of the 6ajes jvere found to be badly ventilated undjy built nnd too small for the number kept examination of the mHt paJJs sod the strainers used on farms tussle clear time fnct that things are often nut so clean as thoy might be and as clean OB people usjmi them imagine Tnicia of old milk were found In many scams nUll covers i aud in only fiftyeight places could nil the milk utensils be pronounced super ficially clean that Is thoroughly wash ed nUll scolded and given a full for that condition Milk coolers were found In use on fortyeight farm Sot over ten thermometers were found In use on the 200 farms and In at least 105 instances positive knowledge re garding the temperature of time milk rould not be obtained except by the ass of the Investigators own tucrtnom Icr j J I I the of I l I I J r b 1 Yr p t raindrops dAn then seer c t MOW SHE KEEPS BEAUTIFUL The Mystery Solved Like the flowers that bloom in the the into womanhood is an inspiring sight and she is usually healthy She just so long as her health and constitu tion Let her bo have backache sleepless how soon does it for wrinkles crows feet nnd dark circles to appear in the face Her checks were rosy until she began to suffer frcm womans weaknesses the recur and drains her quickly from the beautiful age to the premature middle ago It was not meant women to euffqr ia due to our unnatural but civilized methods of living nnd to the fact that so many neglect small ills which soon up larger ones Nothing so a woman cs recurring periods when elms condition that can bo cured No woman should tako nn alcoholic for that will disturb digestion is becomes hnrd in contact with alcohol rendering the food in digestible She must go to Nature for a cure native Indians of early times wore far from when called a marvelously effective medi cinal root what tho physicians of our called Caulophyl or Cohosh This Cohosh Golden Seal Ladys Slipper and Unicorn root are of n wonderfully success ful remedy in Dr tierces Favorite Proscription Having made n specialty of women in Dr roots with Seal nnd Ladys Slipper root combined in just made the tonic and cure for tho distres sing complaints of women Whcro women from backache weak ness and lack of it was usually duo to functional trouble prescription directed at the cause of buck ptSB6 hat is why Dr soon In a f na coiily to be nil over tho from head to is the condition that afflicts some women nt stated backache dizziness and pains almost unbearable An hon est a safe remedy which can afford to Pierces Favorite his Favorite Prescription is honestly made but ho you it contains The best of medical anther lira find the virtues of time ubovo Thus F 3f M D sor of Maerla Medico Bennett itiiuical Coi lego of OoUlon Seal Itan Important In disorders of tho catarrhal conditions Of Ladys root ho says Exer cises influence nervous ton ditions depending disorders of tho TOny says of Black Cohosh root This is a very active powerful and useful no otirr drug of utility in and congestive con action Is slow but Its effects BrO permanent For hcadacho whether congestive or from or it Is promptly curative cnartmcut of corn root Uclonlas Dloicn of tho chief of Dr Pk rcos Favor Ito Prescription A remedy which In acts as a orator and always favors a condition which entire reproductive system cannot to bo tha utmost Importance to the general prac In wo p which moro fully answers tho above than with which I am acquainted In tho treatment of to women It is seldom that a caso Is seen which docs not present somo indication for this reme agent The Registered POLANDCHINA BOAR NOXAL WONDER No 74507 sire Perfect Wonder I oung perfectly SUlS ood and soit t own more n chronic food quickly nUll Pierce soon found that n extract of these or Golden I st i I nervousness cure f procured footthat for the cure of which weaken n womans Dr I Dr Pierce not assures tt recommend t r 11 r s ProfII veryImportant womanhood UI of Conn Editor of time tics In Tits sa of tint ono 111 hI nD a is i constantly compound coma acted um an- In reellente g eerie rastis opportunity I complaints Prescription extol ttYAxlLnltYvfi rltlba n fo ThcraI e inri tftl n TI0on to sir n t i f t u dim QUEEN QUALITY a fine individual from a perfect strain of prize winners is now ii service at 100 cash in hand only The patronage of the public solicited J E COOMBS i iWDDLY HInES oFURs Feathers Tallow Beeswax Ginseng CoIccH Seal YellowRoot etc We ere Dealers and can do bitter for than or commission merchants Reference Bank in Louisville T ping tags wool bags M lABEL SONS IN 1838 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY A Bissell carpet sweeper wil last longer than 40 corn brooms costing from 12 to 15 the sweep ers cost 3 to 5 See them a Roarks and have other advantage than the moneysaving features ents for nee list pod ret 7 S explained lt r f fSX an weekly ship 1 Furniture Moldings Wall Piper We carry on our floors and In our the largest variety of Furniture In Muhlenbcrg If we do not have what you want we will get it for you We have factory con nections with makers of the finest goods 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 And we always have full selections prices 5 cants and per roll Biigiavfa laujrairiug Engraving Machine is the only one in this part of Kentucky and we are exclusively prepared to supply individual Name Plates which we furnish on all outfits without extra cost Undertaking Embalming Coffins in White Enamel and Stained Varnish finish Caskets in White Enamel Natures Woods White Colored and Black Cloth Covered allMetallic and Copper lined airtight Caskets all lengths and regular extra and double extra widths Steel Grave Vaults of all constant ly in stock for immediate delivery Burial Robes Wrappers Suits Dresses Slippers etc in large variety Our two licensed Embalmers respond at once to calls for such services Our general equipment is complete and of highest grade We have a Funeral Car la service sub ject to call anywhere BCTTwo Private LongDistance Tele phones Day Store No 72 Night Home No 108 Residence 150 yards from store Prompt service any hour day or night The J L ROARK ESTATE ORIEN L ROARK 1llnntlt 1i titt N IU1 w ware- rooms up z a an MaD er iY Our sizes frightens and preserves everything about the no or riC- Veneer te- I is dean wholesome wml Veneer can be applied 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