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I iitlRecord Adverti ing Costs NothingI- t It pays for itself The investment is t sure of returns Get our rates EmIDKF ta It Come in to see us time before you buy We may not sell you but well show you wallpaper values and enable you to save money wher ever you may purchase THE J L ROARK ESTATE furniture TCUIlpxuer innDettafeew GREENVILLE KY firstor lastany s Vt c drqj tF fliecoirb DR J W BARLOW Crown aud Bridge Work dune ul treasonable prices Office up stairs lu theJuitcb Building OrVooUlc Ky DR T J SLATON FMtyMlclun and OtUcc Maincross alruei near MuiUBlrect 15 CAM HOWARD WADE II GRAY HOWARD Office la Green opposite laMcsJe Hotel DR LOUELLA HELTLEY OSTEOPATH Office at Home East MalncrpsStrect Tofcphono No 78 Z O censed Auctioneer CENTRAL Sates mt Anywtoe ia Terms Box 93 DENTIST io fiR Y- LA VYERSBall A IIrldG f CITY Y i ip s f4ss eon Notary Public aiLir PeaS oable n ji t a fSTt MATTRESS It is the wonderful by which 4 it is made and the perfection of ex lJf8f he l tX FOSTER est of all mattresses It s dustproof moistureproofverminprooF rgermproofthe most mattress known It is health protection to have a Stearns Foster Sold on 60 Nights Free TARN sldrr workmanship it yet detail ofslxtyears iTtiln sanitary Trial The sae Pi r a u t k Sk A Little Good Paint in Time Saves When painting everyday delay costs money snow are getting work Lumber costs much la decay for want of a little paint leas to use than to with out it We we nothing but good paint on work CARTER Strictly Pure WHITE LEAD Linseed Oil Pure Tum ntina and thn most expensive colors The kind of paint we never cracks or vile of wear will remove it Let u figure with you when ready to paint guarantee firstda and durable job prices Don put it off J H HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 Roark buys sells rents repairs typewriters carries supplies of all kinds and solicits trade in any branch i yo rb frost Itcots Pu a Orien L oVmij U ji rit A eed sun rain our use r White Sewing Machines in rotary and vibrator needles shuttles etc in stock for all machines ROARKS STORE Very It a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you For this i reason we urge you in buying- to bo careful to get the genuine BLACK DRAUGHT Liyer Medicine The reputation of this old medicine for constipation in and liver trouble is established It does not imitate other medicines It ia better than others or it would not be the liver powder with a larger sale than all others SOLD N TOWN I Serious Horse and stock bills are printed at this office f r l1 a reliable firmly favorite promptly t t- wi 1 I Muhlenberg County II is rich in coal iron timber potters clayJ and the most inviting field in Ken Itucky for ofcapital and pluck I- Egg3ygag P8XgKgS1 o L J n i M etc r r investment VOL XII NO 10 GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY APRIL 14 1910 50c PER IN ADVANCEYEAR Personalities Irish sod was exported from Ire land long before that which brought to Chicago for Mr Tails use on St Patricks day Sir II enry Hayes was high sheriff for Cork Ireland and he abducted young woman in circumstances that led to his transportation to Australia Li berated on ticket ofleave he settled of the most beautiful spots on the shore of Sydney harbor But he soon discovered that snakes were numerous So he imported a cargo or Irish earth and spread it all over the estate with the gratifying result according to local traditions that never a snake was seen here againAmong variant spellings of names perhaps the remarkable in stance occurs in a deed of the year 1587 relating to the property of the Raleigh family It bears the of Raleigh senior and his two sons of which one has special inter est as being the earliest known sig nature of Sii Walter By the father the name is written Ralegy by the elder son Rawlegh and by Sir Walter It is written Rauleygh By Queen Elizabeth it was written Rawley as then pronounced It also appeared in his lifetime as Rawley Dean Stanleys handwriting was atrocious The late Lord Lyttleton handed an amendment to the tory reform bill of Lord Derby The clerk at the table could not read it nor could any one else At last Lord Lyttleton a rare scholar and an accomplished man of letters was asked to read it himself He explained that though he could not pretend to read the text its purpose was to enact that no man should be admitted to the pole unless he could sign his own name in legible hand writing It Hay Be down see what he looks like That the American heiress is an in vention of a farseeing nature to fill in those arid financial spots where the Lord is unable to provide That there is a girl somewhere who after you have kissed her on one cheek will turn the other to you but she is not easy to find That there is a lesson in scientific optimism in the case of the average small boy who regard the mumps as an affliction but as an achieve mcnt That the wise meets trouble vith a smiling face but even at that it is hardly necessary to invite him tomcet your wife and children That speech is silver but it is just as well after all when you are a speech to a hostile crowd to have a few coppers in the hall to maintain That as the philosopher has said v Life is just one blamed thing after another but the trouble is that there are so many blamed things after same thing Harpers Weekly Jolty lulls Census In England a census is taken every seven years In the United States the work costs somef5ooo coo in England with a population of 42000000 the work is done by the regular public officials without extra cost There the census is on a certain day at a certain hour usually Saturday at m because most people are then at home Printed circulars have been sent by the police to every family and to the owners ot all lodgings and hotels These circulars contain blanks which must be filled The police round up passers in the streets Some times a cranky Englishman who for reasons of his own does not want to figure in the census tries to evade the govern menf by riding around all night in a cab Ten chances to one he will not succeed in his purpose as street cars or The government wants to know The government will not be denied work is done simultaneously throughput the united kingdom THE RECORD 500 per year p M 4 1 of Vauclusc one J If l 10 4 most o f j signatures U n U i i I 1 o That Js finally te p Jr W r f j not man y making the t I taken II p o i t t are i 1o 0 J was j St s r x 1 4 tt iit tvhenheiiero laneP etitGttd ant 1 aced to come anlet r 5 order- S 5 a j s y K I 1 togy 4S The M t1 y T y rrb e o S4b Kissing Under the rule of the Puritains in former days pleasure was frowned upon as a snare of evil and the world was called upon to eschew it under pain of spiritual condemna tion Today the passed but another band of men tors has arisen still warning the nations against many things but this time under threat of temporal punishmentThere the preachers of sanita tion and preventive medicine who would ha vc men walk the narrow path of hygienic righteousness These even harder masters than their forbears for they will not lee us be dirty they will not let us too much they will not let us live in stuffy nouses with the doors and windows doubly sealed against a trickle of and now they are even lifting their voices against the custom ot kissing The worst of it is they are right at least in a general way for kissing in Its modern promiscuity is pernici ous and should be condemned as dangerousThe its origin not in affection but in suspicion In primitive times when the sense of smell was perhaps more acute than that of sight bringing the faces together was a means of identifica tion and of distinguishing friend from foe We have now other better developed sense psychic and physi cal which tell us of friendship and kissing has become a mark of aftec tionrather than a test of it It is not against this that the hy genist the sensible against the meaningless and dangerous habit of pecking at the lips of every one especially of the defenseless infant It is really an affront for a stranger or even an or dinary friend to kiss a baby on the lips and the act should be resented Kissing among members of the family hygienically permissible through the transraissiojrof that kissing is harmful But each family has its own domesticated bacteria as at were of the same species as those inhabiting other people but somewhat modified by constant interchange each member of the family is in a measure immune They are like an illnatured pet dog that respects the members of the household with which he lives and will not bite them but snaps and snarls at strangersKissing should therefore be a family greeting for strangers or friends the handshake suffices Above all the babys lips should be sacred The man who will not be until he knows it pays too much for the goodness he gets Theres a world ofdifference be tween trying to have people like and learning to like them COME TO US FOR Wallpaper Puritans ve re spiritual hair probablyhad oneprotests- but irlit ordinary good a cap fret tt orlrl old ortunatel s of cnurse Against these you BUSINESS LOCALS Give your job printing orders to TUE RECORD 9 For firstclass livery service in including closed carriages call on Barbour Head Get a set of rubber tops for your typewriter keys Greatest aid to operation of any machine Roark has them and you are asked to call fur a look Pittman Bros new meat 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 I appreciate pneumatic Bear in mind that Roark has splendid selections of wallpaper in stock ready for deliv ery 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 three months and THE RECORD one year for only 150 CourierJour- nal FOR COUGHS L THE WQNDER WORKER L I FOR THROAT mm limn FEHCEr I Kalb IH Kiina City fiio C M HOWARD CO We Ask You to take Cardui for your female troubles because we are sure it will holly you Remember that this groat female remedy ii Y8l7 uI wrrt UNION MM tENCI CSr WINE Df has brought relief to thousands of fc cJher zilch women so why not to ycj For headache backache H periodical pains female weak ness many have said U Is the best medicine to take Try I Sold in This City FS ILL s 5 KURSEiidoo and Wool WeI IJGy OF CURES CIT r II KING Feathers Gccng Golden May Apple ViM Gfaser etc We ere dealer BiiUuhed in IC56 Orer lull century in LouuriHe and ao do belter for rou iW agents or ccmmhaon cnerchtnU Reference oar Baal in LOUUT Write for weedy price rig and Kppnn Usv M Sabol Sons 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY AT FACTORY PRICES GLOBE BUGGIES MD HARNESS Tallow ScaY Root a Beeswax do NO 270 We nl1 vehicles Direct from our Fcctor C O to Consumer to examination and trial the Globe Hnrnnu Co to have one vlioiloals a and Satisfied Kocffoit is spared to make each material vehicle that It trill be a i and orders in rctuni you by selling you an honestly made and at n less Profit you will recommend our to Our Gunranlro isabsolutclv as coed to our customers as it would be to n dealer jooilsnrc not ns rwintcd your money Is returned to you You tikcnrfrikkAVcraanufncturo honest Vehicles and Hurnrns customers mousy orders Vrito fur our Free HujWy and Ciitaioiiuc GLOBE BUGGY IIARNESS COMPAN OWENSBORO KENTUCKY D dee It grrntcst withus l1scd h exccUcut of warknunsitip uud of ur I 1I our till I f 4tG litC Two IUoNE approvain Is o1 the fin it style Lw tnp se buggy r DR KINGS I FOR GOLDS I I pr il J t FOR COUGHS AND COLDS PREVENTS PNEUMONIA I had the most debilitating cough a mortal was ever afflicted with and my friends expected that when I left my bed it would surely be for my grave Our doctor pronounced my cas incurable but thanks be to God four bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery cured me so that I am all sound and EVA UNCAPHER Grovertown Ind Price 500 and 100 ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED Trial Bottle SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY Druggists WI E1 t to twellMRS LJ Free All r s Rk r After The I am much pleased to be able to write end harp for what has done for me writes Mrs Sarah J Gilliland of Siler City N C Last February had the Grippe which left me in bad shape that I had been with female trouble for ten years and nothing seemed to cure it At last I began to take Cardui I have taken only three bottles but it has done me mere good than all the doctors or than any other medicine I ever took Take Tor tht The Womans Toai Think of the tfioo Siid Yrftora Cw I What woke possibly it from helping you Remember cannut et the benefit of ingredients in any other medicine for they are not for sale Write to Ladies Advisory Dept Cnattanooca Medicine Co Chattanooga Trim Special Instructions and Hpacs book Home Treatment for Women sent tree The highest medical authority on foods Sir James Crichton Browne LLD FRS of London gives the best reasons for eating more Oats c CARDUI Quaker S GrippeSou 4 R- rt J la t Its kfiltel In any drug store except in the ardui bottle Tr M for fi 4 l J r k In an article published in the Youths Companion of Septcm ber 23rd 1909 Dr Browne the great medical authority on foods says about brain 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 arc the most nutritious of all the cereals being richer in fats organic phosphorus and lecithinsHe oatmeal is gaining Great Britain of it as the mainstay pf Scpttjsh laborers and says pro and-o groundwith o ks i 1 the wcll s the diet t itAND t s duces a bigboned j oped mentally energetic race His experiments prove that good as Quaker Oats not only furnishes the best food for the human being but eating it strengthens and the thyroid gland this gland is intimately connected with the nourishing processes of the body In conclusion he says It seems probable therefore that the bulk and the Northerners meaning the Scotch has beep in some measure due to stimulation qf the gland qy pqrfjdgejn chilcjhood The Scotch eat Quaker because it is the pf a welldevel 1 enlarges brawninessof 0 th e t r k R f e tllyrgjd Oath t oat meal Fr Officefs W A Wickliffe President C E Martin Vice John T Cashier Ed S Wood Assistant Cashier Directors W A Wickliffe E J Puryear R T Martin J T Reynolds Jr Ed S Wood C E Martin Geo W Martin Subscribe for 3ffo Record Only SOc e t a 7 5xsk 1taOte ttucU President ReynoldsJr I I r f YI JSI Wt0 j4 OI Io t l t tJ 0 S 1a 1 5cccnutl Y w V r- w a t A r ItlE REtCRD Au TuulranAT liT rr M1MrVWVW lrtIepeudunt litwspiijerrnD- LreILCO OWEN meta President OmEN L KOACK Secretary ORJKN I KOAKK EDITOR LongDlstence Telephone No 72 Office In new annex rear of store K onnJ floor 50 CENTS PER YEAR IN TERMS The subscription price of the paper Is pays ble in when the time to whlea It U paid the paper will be stopped Cards of thanks obituary notices etc If not longer than ten lines will tx published free A charge of 6c line will be made snccee fl lug lines No variation of to anyor 5 Free sample copies will be tnnllor- tAdYcrtlsemeniswlllbe ln ort d A rate card will be furnished on ren m Address all commualcuuuii n t make all payable to KEfOKD PRESS Greenville Ky THURSDAY APRIL M Ill Entered f the Greenville Ky postofflce atr secqndclassTOftttjr QN Majt 18 only miles vjll separate the earth from the com et just a pleasant walk betore breakfast YORK friends of Dr Cook are raising n fund tc vindicate him Who would have vhuitght tint th re was so much inonc in thr world A nuRCLAU 11 Pittsburg was killed with a hatpin Evidently the hatpin ordinance has not been introduced in the smoky city or is being ignor ed in extreme cases A WOMAN in Pennsylvania who has been married since 1866 wants a divorce on ground of cruelty She ought to know b this time whether or not the case is chronic and beyond hope of cure PITTSUURC is acting as though some outside force had foisted its mayor and gang council upon it The fact is however that Pittsburg to the polls itself presumably in its right mind and picked out its mayor and councilmen with great deliberation We shall see next time if its experience has taught it anything MR BRAN being once more a much with the bo erTu mtfg foT began Ret its hooks on hint and when enough to be his xvasall right but it isnt right to ask him to wait until he has great grandchildren before we c6nceat to regard him as grown TAfT is going to abolish the presidential handshake He has discovered after experimenting that the idea of having a good time is to let about 1000 persons work in relays trying to pull his good right aim from its socket Why not elect a pump to the first place in the nation if the spend most of his time letting peo pie use his right arm for a pump IT is gratifying to learn that the latest battleships of the United States Navy are not only living up to their contract speeds but in re 4hour trials under full power at forced draught have even exceed ed the original contract performance The latest instance of this is the case of the Louisiana which according to a dispatch to the Navy Department from Rear Admiral Schroeder recently on a 4 hour full power trial maintained an average speed of 18942 knots and this in spite of the fact that she drew about 16 inches more water with about 1000 tons greater displacement than on her contract run The Michigan also made 1942 knots which is about a knot above her contract speed 1 TOMORROW 70000 census enume rators will start out to count Uncle Sams family and find out many other things as well It is estimat ed by the census that the total will show more than 90000 goo people The population in 1 900 was 76303387 and like a 20 per cent increase is expected The quotations in addition to the name will be more numerous in this the i3th census than ever before and will therefore consume greater time Work must be completed in the cities in 15 days and in the rural sections in 30 days but the tabulation will require many months on the part of large force in the bureau at Washington and the sult will likely not be known before September I 0 e I 0 ADV A f this rule 9 15Qoa New III f th J 1 rgrar falber1 Y ul5falshen Ibew icJi llii t oo V own 0 I t r 1 r I cent t t i i I to I to I t of J 111 something I 4 s 4 f t the It 1 oI ut1 J JI r tJ f t j 1r 7 Io il Jt r Vancea1 remittances t a goo 1 went v a r a can hardly she atste x lon ei oratorg rest eat h f was hung r 4 S grandson it rra t 1 u p- Mt not president nu a handles M a y x z rt 3 bureau t t r A Y 1 r- r t a rt3 4 d 5 5 t Mr John T Reynolds Sr re ih turned from Florida last Friday He spent the winter in the lind or flowers and is much improved in health Enrourngf the four rogrpssive liberal citizens who have promised to liquidate the 1300 debt on the Y M C A and help in the pledge for the running expenses for the ensuing two years Give Miss Lena Arnold your laundry she represents Metcalfe of Hopkinsville one of the best plants in this state presbytery of the Cum berland Presbyterian church con vcncd at the church here Tuesday night day night sessions en gaging the attention of our people and many delegates from this coun ty McLean and Davicss which comprise the presbytery Several prominent visitors from a Ustancc are beiqj entertained byom people and arp enjoying the sessions The last mcctiing will be held tonight The complaint against the cow ordinance as the new stock law is geiir ily titled grow less as time on and it is thought if the law if h ld for u few months there will be as universal support as is now given the celebrated hog ordinance There was a storm of protest when this law was passed but not ten per cent of the people now favor its re peal and the general beneficial effect of the ordinance are April 19 and 21 are the dates tor the Y M C A campaign for the subscription to the fund to main tain the Y M C A Secretary Anderson will have the issistance of field secretary W C Paige in this work Every encouragement should be given this important matter Hopkinsville Tobacco Market Hopkinsville Ky Sales of to bacco here last week amounted to about 300 hogsheads prized and about 50000 pounds loose AH grades were in demand and were strong The loose sales con tinue to show a decrease and while the hogshead sales were not quite as large as the previous week the market was active at rail times amount affereny but thpse having tobacco to sell seem to be in no hurry about offering it m large quantities In hogshead tobacco while all grades offered found ready takers the demand seemed especially strong for lugs and 13rcmen tobacco Classy stuff was very strong but comparatively little of really high grades were offered Prices on hogshead tobacco rang ed as follows Common 650 to 750 medium 750 to S good SS to 9 Leaf Low 900 to 9 50 common 950 to 1050 medium 1050 to 12 good 13 On loose tobacco the quotations were Lugs 550 to 850 leaf 8 to 14 Norris Rowe Circus A feature that has been planned as carefully as the program of the Big Show is the daily street parade of the Greater Norris Rowe Cir cus Heretofore other circus have carefully and jealously guarded the secrets of their animal dens until show time but since the last visit of the Norris Rowe Show the organization made a tour that embraced the wild Canadian Northwest where Indians Mounted Police and ferocious wild animals are plenty From the Indians the showmen acquired a large number of wild beasts Then upon the recent tour of the Mexican Republic the menageries of the two Mexican circuses were purchased and added to the already large collection owned by Norris Rowe so that the young showmen can well afford to open all dens in the street parade and still have a complete collection in the menagerie tent Every morn ing at 1030 finds the cavalcade upon the streets A bare of trumpets and a crash of of music by the various bands announce the coming ot the parade Elephants march abreast camels dromedaries and elk march behind a herd of demure Shetland and these in turn arc followed by plumed Kights and their Ladles on prancing thoroughbred educat ed steeds Then come the beautiful heavy draft stock drawing the long lines of open dens containing wild beasts collection This is the twentieth year ot the Norris Rowe Circus and from season to season i I C Owen boro snit appreciated o pn iii r t Jugs to IS owners toe thee j r o i 1 I guns S S S picturesrl S ue have acquired wild animals until now there i no other show that contains more viM animate in their huge double manageries than Norris Rowe Everyone would turn nut tor the parade fur it is a pleasingly picturesque and seusa tional feature The show exhibit at Friday April 22nd Four men have agreed to lift the debt on the building if our people will pledge the running expenses of the Y M C A for the next two years Everyone should help in this subscription fund and thus put in force a place for the betterment of our young men and boys Mrs Jake Gardiner of is here with her parents and to be at the bedside of her brother Mr Eugene Miller who is very low Powderly The yenrrt nt spring The tittys at the morn The inornH nt seven The hillside The larks on the winy The snail In on tho thorn Gods n HIM AM1 right with the world These lines from Browning find an echo in the mind of every true student of nature but never so now while old earth is taking on new life as she wakes from the long cold sleep of winter Miss Myrtle Long returned from Penrod Monday Mr D W DeWitt from Norton vine was a caller Sunday Mrs Maude Sparks who has been ill for some time is improving Mrs R O Broomfield from Central City visited friends here last week Mrs Mary Horde from Hopkins ville is the guest of her mother KeysMr Chas Burden left Monday for Winchester where he will ball this season Mrs Lucy Keys Heltslcy and sister Mrs Horde were in Greenville shopping Monday a are in the moving throng Misses Bessie and Amy Longest were called to Brownsville Sunday met here went to Central day Mr Carl Coats who has recently accepted the position of assistant electrician here spent at his home in McHenry Pleasant Hill Items Mr Att Driskell has been on the sick list but is out again Rev Holtscloughs filled his appointment Sunday Mr Frank Hancock has been up some wire fencing this spring Rumor has it that we are to haye some weddings around here about June Mrs Frank Hancock who has been quite sick for some time is better Wheat is looking fine and are going to have biscuit three times a week next winter The deciples of Isaac Walton were numerous on the creek last week look out for fish stories There was a singing at Gus Craigs Sunday night which was largely at much enjoyed Farmers are hustling now con siderable corn has been planted and the song of the plow boy is heard In the land There is more attention being paid to poultry raising in this neighbor hood this spring than usual Mrs C Newman has two incubators running at this writing UNCLE NOAH r Pomted Paragraphs Its a waste of ammunition to kill Happiness is the shadow of con It takes a firstclass airship to keep Platonic love imagines that it doesnt need a Guns are like then they are apt to kick when overcharged Even when youre on the right track look where you are going A wise man consults the time table sprinting for a train After reaching the top a man apt to forget his friends at the bot tom iIi Indianapolis the heaven strongas 11 rs pIa verys by the death of Irs MaucJeiSweeney 1 Cnnrfl lso is spe futon Sun day t regular putting we tendedand continually J time ten tm nt upappearance chaperons efore i r q ey Centrality dew petrlcd Licrr v ille who tt r s 1 I BlAKVfll Pi1K GENERAL IPiS91IAPlGE We represent the Home o of N Y P Insurance o flut writes all Kinds of farm and city property yrr ter FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYERS LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY BONDS GIVE US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE BLAOKWELL ROM GREENVILLE KY ARE YOU RAISING ANY SHEEP u q I I I 8 0 I A nw WORDS TO FARMER 111 t TIlE IF YOU ARE bear in mind that we arc the strongest wool buyers in South western Kentucky We have your wool sold at the highest price and that en ables us to give you high priccs for your wool when you have your sheep sheared bring the clip to us and receive honest weights and spot cash r wwsors to IT JE in tnc DUSI are selling feed and field seeds at lowest prices We still pay the highest prices for HIDES FURS GINSENG SCRAP IRON GRAIN Telephone No 276 p A r Roark bid next door to Hales A IX JL9 Greenville Livery Go BARBOUR HEAD Manager Wf1 ar s v s eec ness J j c COHEN wri Z r f o c j II G II s s a r end ewe s rtieoeoooo eooseseoeaeeee o oeoseeeeseeee S FIRST CLASS LIVERY HIGH GRADE CLOSED CARRIAGES Feed and hitch business solicited and given careful attention Telephone No 182 Day or Night COKTRIGHTS G I SERVICES ae ie o a- o a e e ee e ee eee eeee eeeeeeeeeeeoe ARE FIRE PROOFII I 11 rHEY will not burn Will not split or curl like wood shingles Will not crack and roll off like elate Will not rip at the seams II like plain tin Neither will they rattle during high wind storms They never need repairs and last as long as the And last of nil they make the handsomest roof and are not expensive For Sale fiy d M DEXTER 0 OreenvilMy II IIbuildi G b 1 7 A New Newspaper A New Newspaper the Edited and published by R 0 Pace at Greenville made its appearance APRIL 1910 SOME OF ITS FEATURES iv All home print all the home news v Republican in politics but fair to everybody Devoted to countys social moral educational indus trial and political welfare Pertinent editorial comment on matters of public interest V A free nod exchange column for use of all of its i subscribers except regular dealers A circulation from the beginning of nearly 2000 One Dollar per year and worth it V JOB DEPARTMENT The Sentinel has one of the most complete job offices ia jg Western Kentucky This department is under the supervise j ion of Mr E E Reno one of the most obliging and practical printers in the state He will be glad to see his old customers VAj and to serve them when needing anything in the job line All machinery operated by electricity M Your patronage solicited Our prices are right Satis faction guaranteed M r 0 Ii r ii MUUlfNBRG SNT1NL the want Ys- w Fr I 1 Jt If t r f x r Z G w r mr wimt our ifome 4i l f OOD paint protects the lumber from nla fiances the selling value and prolongs 1andhinetimpIOVeltb5 ppearmceena 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 tilts weather ask your painter to use HOUSE PAINT NEW ERA It costs less because it takes less and lasts longer Color cards and suggestions for fashionable combinations at our store No matter what surfac to be painted eitmmtltt varoithod an Aetna QuaHty JOmf to Jtt tin GREENVILLE MILLING CO Incorporated ACNE t1IAU1Y othe r serf fr there x ecp ta T r i 75Save BY PURCHASING ONE OF OUR FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only Tho regular price is 100 Those who or mail this advertisement to us five days after it and telling us where they saw it will be able to one reserved at the rate of 25 Books and stationery arc included No time limit If not ready buy one usenow 2L Jf t L i T r WAlLP APfR at Speial Prices Roarks i t r J PRINCIEAT4 ttpDa 3 4 BUSINESS COLLEGE Second and Walnut Strocts LOUISVILLE KY sIY 4 M r v Y h I A f Makes the food of maximum quality minimum G V MLNEPOWIEI at cosh I C R R LOCAL TIME CARD JiOIlTU BOUND XO US Louisville Express 1125am 103 Cincinnati Express 104 Loulsvllln Limited 130 Central City nccom 715pmf- lOOTIl BOUND NO 135 Paducnli nml Cairo nccom 121 Fulton Accommodation 101 New Orleans Special Nov 22 1900 WOCiuiwroRD Agt SPRING POEM Entered by W D B Trot nUll hahty wools were uttered Onr liMit till sluce we were wed And with sullen mien muttered My goodnight and flung to bed Tossing there and never steeping Soon I heard my bride come creeping To my side with stealthy tread Aa sbe stooped the golden shower Of her hair unbound and free Fell and formed a radiant bower Shutting In her race rlth inc yow within so sweet an arbor f iTlcouiiiiiot as you ahull Xf i VL v IVhen In accents low sad quaking With auyh prujppljnjr of my lialr She declared her heart was breaking I surrendered thus anti there I will wear them pet forever Though I melt I vow Ill NEWER Shed that woolen underwear Circus April 22nd Strawberries at Sib correspondence Remember clean up days just a week away Garden truck is having additions each week now See the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Roarks The census man will be abroad the land tomorrow Good morning Are you ready for the streetcleaning brigade Circuit court will begin next Mon day and a fairly heavy docket is to be handled Flies are earlier than much more numerous than at this time of year Give Pittman Bros your meat orders New shop best service Miss David Cherry spent a few days during the week with her par ents in Calhoon There was a pretty fair skim of frost last Thursday morning but it did little or no damage you think of Bread think of MOTHERS at Briz Dr H K Fulkerson was here a short time Monday and will spend next week here on a professional stay It has been sloppy weather a good part of the weep and there will be no need of rain for some time to Call on Leslie next to FIrst National Bank for candies books sundries cigars tobacco etc vjMr E A Taylor has purchased lot in the college addition and will probably residencer thereon this fall t 154 pm 4OS am- a 5U am- A 1 4Opm 340 pm t 1tTO 1 Brize dines for t in r I aI usualand 4 I I I 1 it i 0 i come Hale I f3 J ai I v r i fJ2 iJ dtf t1 JkurlJJiv jjI l y y J J R e w Ali see r t A f r- a R I S When 1 t aj C s a 3 a double build a s4 I 0 r iil ui rs- f J t iv te 10 for Correspondents The census manll get you if you dont watch out The fiscal court has been in semi annual session this week Mr C E Diiskill and wife are entertaining the firstborn a ten pound boy born last Wednesday night Mr Marcellus Brizendine was t home from Owensboro Sunday visiting his family and mingling with his many friends Black Jersey heifer about a year 13 old taken up at depot April 7 Owner call on James TInsley Mr H A McNary who has been six weeks in the south on a com mercial tour spent a few days here with his family this week liction of n fchildrenV but it the favorable season of the year for childrgn to get over this one of their troubles Best meats of all kinds at Pittman Bros new meat shop Telephone No 279 The electric clock inRoarks show window s attracting mqch attention as do all novelties electrical It re quires no winding and is guaranteed by the makersnot to vary more than- a minute a month Mr W C Spriggs wife left last week for Elizabethtown where Mr Spriggs will engage in the marble business Our people re gret to lose these folks but extend all good wishes Those light Rolls that Briz hand les are nice and you get more for the nickel than you do elsewhere Marshal Pittman has had a crew of men at work on the streets this week cleaning the surface and op ening up the ditches etc and the improved appearance is very Private lots at many points in town need attention There is a growing interest in automobiles and it is likely there will be some more machines here this spring A dozen or so at various points in the coun ty would prove the greatest possible boost for good roads and we need every help to that end Dr H K Furkerson optical specialist will be in Greenville Ky at Dr P Moores office one week beginning Monday April 18th If you are having any trouble with your eyes suffer with head ache or nervousness or need glasses you should see him while he is in our city it Mr and Mrs J H Eaves in a serious runaway near their home at Iiika Miss recently and thrown from a buggy both being shaken cut and bruised Mrs Eavcs was the more severely injured and is still confined to her room Their many friends here hope the recovery may complete and speedy Fine line and slock quiclciy handled at this office J 3 andchild purchased I j fi 0 ii1Jt J0 r rf 1 s is e 1 is about most pleasing were oft ill r w r yVay Councilmen Upi Id on Cow Ordinance The cow dinance as now in force appears be gaining friends as after mature thought several per sons stood opposed to it have withdrawn their rcFi tance There is no doubt that in sonic a severe hardship will be worked on some parties and this is of course regretted by everyone There arc few laws that do not work burdens on some people and in this law as in all others it is only sought to provide the grates good to the greatest number There are two important factors that have recently been given careful consideration and these have the cause of a reversal of opinion on the part of many They arc the economic and sanitary features With the neces sity to maintain fences it is estimated that the cost of the inhabitants of the city for painting repairs and gem rl maintauce with reasonable interest figured the investment is at least 1000 Even more vital than this is the sanitary feature Cows allowed to run at large are sure to drink water contaminated by our sewerage as well as from cesspools that carry all sorts of vegetable decaying mat ter thus affecting the milk and but ter and undoubtedly causing ty phoid fever dysentery and other ailments that are almost exclusively caused by this means cf infection Sickness and deaths result worry and expense incurred and damage that cannot be estimated in dollars and cents Murderer Arrested Here Monday Night Detective John Burt who has been in the county for some weeks ostensibly as a book agent showed his hand as a detective Monday night when he led officers to Pow derly and caused the arrest of Vance Bennett who is wanted in on a charge of killing James Scott the marshal of Bon Air The murder was committed on January and Bennett made his escape He has been at various places but was located here by Burt Sheriff R Henncsey of White county Tennessee arrived Monday and was here ready to take his prisoner back to the scene of his crime leaving Tuesday There was no reward offered but detective case was in the employ of a ber of the friends of the murdered marshal It is solo the case is an ugly one and will go hard with prisoner Sheriff Roll and his force rendered every aid in the matter Muhlenberg with its changing p ulation is developing into a field for refugees and our officials local and coqnty have made some captures during the past few yearg School books for all grades can be found at the new store of Leslie Hale and school supplies of all kinds also All mines in the county are being operated pending a settlement of the wage scale for the ensuing two years A settlement could not be reached at the convention in Louis ville and the matter was left to the scale committees of each is almost a certainty that an agreement will be reached in all sections and that very soon Messrs L W and Fred Irvin drove to Madisonville and back in their Oldsmobile and made the trip in fine shape using about gallons of gasoline and making the return journey in two hours This is the longest trip that been made by them but smaller excursions have been taken You will find a nice assortment of Fruits and Vegetables at Brizen dines this week The annual letting of vacant lots in the large cities for cultivation this spring drawing about four times as many applicants as can be There are many vacant lots in this town that are unsightly and unprofitable and they should be to persons who would clean them up and cultivate them thus affording profit and beauty- A A gang of wild ducks beating northward lost its way here night and was in confusion for some time circling round the and making quite a lot of noise Evidently the course was restored as the noise ceased after a shprt while It is thought by some that the electric lights confused the flock it was flying low and probably became blinded t ho in tances n on iu r p e numb theY important f3 district- It numerous supplied turnedover as Jc f l j 1l f i r II I n lie conservatively annually Tennessee evening rkos ta Sunday Monday tow 4 j OUR DAY CURRENT WILL OPERATE YOUR Flatirons Sewing Machines Vacuum Cleaners Etc I Do Light Cooking LET US DEMONSTRATE ITS VALUE GREEINVILLB LIGHT WATER COIXOO RPO RATJflD J A GILMAN Manager t rtA hP A0 C 1 0 mrr lIiIII Im iii ian o II Jr JEiJ I 11 w r r xt f e a- ti F HOUEWIYE TAKE NOTICE 1 Rt C t q u Sampson Bell Dukes Mr Sampson B Dukes in his 5o b year died at his home at 10 45 oclock Monday morning after suffering from cancer of the that for several months him to his home Greenville had few better known citizens or one who was held in higher esteem In business and private life his and honor were recognized by all and in his church he had long held official posiinn For 18 years he had been a resident of the city and until two years ago had been engaged as blacksmith At the time of death he was a member of the firm of Dukes McDonald Funeral services were held at the Cumberland cffurch at Tuesday afternoon by Revs Lewis and Ryan capacity of the church was in Evergreen cemetery rites of the Masonic and M Y of A orders large numbers of both orders being in attendance His wife and three children Imah Thelma and Emory survive and also the following Mrs N J Dukes mother White Plains fol lowing brothers Marion Dukes Lead Hill B F Pukes White Plains D V Dukes Madisonville C T Dukes Mortons Gap Fol lowing are sisters of deceased J D Berry W F Hunter B M Fate Josey all of White Plains The community has lost one of its best citizens The widow and children in their are joined by a wide of relatives and friends Death of Mrs Susan P Jenkins Mrs Susan P Jenkins died of bronchial pneumonia at her home in Los Angeles Colt April 6 after a short illness She was a resident of this county and was 78 years old With her daughter she left here about 5 years ago and has lived in various points in California since Her daughter Mrs Joe Goodall and Miss Bruce Jenkins accompained the body here arriving evening and the body was carried to the home of Mr John Shutt for the night Accompanied by and friends the body was taken to the old home near Rosewood yesterday and interment was made beside here husband Mr John Jenkins who was one of the citizens of the county ceased was a woman of fine and her long life had been a useful one beneficial in works and example to all who knew her Dr Gayle Bohannon died in sanitarium In Denver last Sunday from pulmonary tuberculosis from which he had long suffered and had been in the west at various points for the past two in search of health Interment was made there Dr Bohannon was well known here where he practiced dentistry sometime The wife of John Saulsbury col ored died at her home in the west end Monday evening 30 oclock after being a suffirer for many 1 stomach r ioclock 4J oi rI If teste t Burialwas j Mesdames Vincent connection Tuesdays Des character ears urI titS j t rwcr twt v 1 confined integrity S conducted sorrow relatives prominent r fr months from consumption She is survived by her husband and sever al children Funeral services were conducted by the pastor at colored Baptist church at 2 oclock afternoon and interment was in Fairmount cemetery Bootleggers Fined 19 Each The two Central City negroes Lee Broadus and Will Tett arrested here on charge of bootlegging were tried in police court Monday and each of them drew a fine of 100 This was pretty stiff and doubtless knocked a large hole in the profits as they had been operating only a short while until the officers nabbed them This is a prohibiton town where the law is enforced and there have been very few efforts to the wishes of the people and still fewer have been the successful attempts override I I I yesterday Tomtocs Cabbage Potatoes 11 Radishes Onions Celery Asparagus and Beans All of thus at BRIZENDINES thus week Give us your Good things to eat at Brizs Bootlegging at 100 per is a little bit expensive It is impossible to get any haul ing done these days Telephone No 5 and your laundry will be called for and delivered Just a week until the streetclean ers make their annual rounds C W Roark was in with friends a few days this week jjg Foi first class livery service including closed call on Barbour Head The first batch of bootleggers fc eived treatment In police court Monday that is calculated to ham per the industry Mr Will Harrison and Miss Georgia Dexter of this place were married at Central City last Friday night They have the very best wisjhes of many friends in Plates that he is offering at 60 cents a set worth 1 You had better take of this while you can get the pick Mr A E McCracken has quite a collection of curios dug up in his recent trip of two days over ShUn battlefield and they arc being view ed wfth milch interest by many of the old soldiers as well as the sons of veterans and other persons THE Riicoki jot year s 1 i JI u Leaf Lettice u tl I jobwork louis- ville carriages patternsa per I rJJ J C illI P wr NStraw erN xl I hits advantage Is h t riv i OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT ONLY W MANN PRESENTS WILLIAM WINTBRHOF THE FIGHTING PARSON I F I I I SrG 111 GREAT PLAY I GREAT CAST ISTORY GREATI 1A Youig Ministe s Fight For Love Honor and Truth i 0 A CHALLENpSr Its qual De Fund Irt The tf I 31 Tttlilf I L 111ijy fUn si1aJ JGIIrf11 and Merit t 3 Popular PrIces f 1 t 5 Cannot Whole w t iS2 Mass Meeting of Farmers and In dependent Telephone People To THE 1UitLic It is indlspens ible that every fanner as well as others to have a telephone in their homes but u now appears that the rates being demanded on new con tracts and on renewals of old ones as well as rentals anti tolls are ex horbitaut and out ot all reason and now Uy wise and timely action these growing uvils may be checked Therefore in to actions taken by the County Union of the A of I hereby call for a mass meeting to be held at the juity tobuucu factory in Green vine on Monday April 2 1910 at 10 oclock a in Every Interested in telephone service is in vited Ever y member of our pres ent farmers and independent com puny are specially requested be present My motto is the people should own their own phones and operate theta at actual of run ning expense without fat dividends to any one In other words let them be operated in the interest of the people J F Doss Chm Barlow Wilsons Minstrels Make Good What the Bristol Tenn Herald Courier of Sunday November 2ist says about this Big Minstrel The second minstrel of the sea son Barlow Wilsons held the boards at the Harmeling Saturday night rnd pleased a goodsized aud ience The instrumental selections were splendidjy rendered the were pleasing and jokes created laugher lhe solo wore was dune in the usual artistic st le and as a whole the show At opera house Saturday night Prices 25 35 and Call and ask Briz what he has will be glad to tell you The sessions of the Owensboro presbytery are bringing many old friends together again and have caused many pleasing new acquain tances a several delegates are making their first visits to our city und all arc hi hh pleased I pursuance pet on t cost Con I en- lt111 blcs the I made good Soc Newhe t I I4I f 2j S 1 t S e April 20 The Y M C A It will be necessary to raise 1200 for running expenses if the pledge of 1300 necessary to remove the debt and promised by four citizens is realized The Y M C A is an important factor in any town and our splendid building should be thrown open to our and Surely if tour men will put up 1300 for the debt thus clearing the the balance ot our people will pledge the 1200 considered neces sary for operating expenses for succeeding two years 10 for correspondents Additional local news on page 2 Get ready tu helyttheY M C A guarantee fund Minstrel show Saturday night at the opera house Showers and sunshine are develop ing fruits and flowers If you want job printing give this office your order for prompt de livery Mr Ben Rice of is here with relatives and friends for a short stay Mr James Miller of Booneville Ind is here on a visit to his par ents Mr and Mrs John S Miller Mr J tke Baker will leave next week for Huntingbiirjr Ind where they will make their future home Most of Roarks new wall is here and more than 50 patterns are ready tor selection Rev Henderson of Missouri will preach morning and evening the Presbyterian church Sunday and the public is invited to both services If its books magazines etc gelt them from this ortlce men bo building the I S Eddyville amt family r 4 s- r x paper- akaattend r r1r fjlOARK Fvirniture Shades Moldings i Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Slippers Gnxve Vaults Disinfection ROARK u i fLi r fI l c C CC 3i uE 1 n t Wallpaper Wrappers arm BEEKEEPING ON FARMS If Given Iteif a Chance Dsss Yield Good Profits tii whether It will pity the ncr fnrimn to keep been iud produce Binricoit writes J House of Au dntiii rnunty Mo 1 am sure It would pay toy horticulturist to keep bees even If be never gut any honey from them iw they are a groat aid in caus fun tits fertilization of bloom Many times one can secure some sur plus booty from bees kept in ur boxes but If bees ore kept In mod urn improved movable frame hires rightly attended to they pay an Im mense profit In fact I know of noth Ill on a place that will yield as good n profit as hoes as one not only gets benefit of them In fruit growing but sometimes they yield 200 pounds pereolhny of honey 1 have had them do this In three different seasons and many have dune better than that In cluding some kept by Illinois farmers j- F GIZg i 1 rd II Iii nit c W o IlJ s I thatnut gum R e t s BEEHIVES OK ILLINOIS FAUM tend others Of course It takes an expert to do so an expert that lie canuot do halt u chance they do pretty well anywayI of no reason bees would nut do will on any plume where fruit is grown ut course bees do not de pend on fruit growing to secure a crop of honey but it is n great them in early spring to stimulate them and get them started to raising young brest tn Lave a large number of them to gather the nectar a little letter In the season when It does come What I mean in particular Is where fruit grows lowers will grow also where there Is n fair variety of wild flowers growing Is a good place for To get the best results from bees In securing honey utter putting them in movable frame hives and having the combs built tint the beekeeper can runiovp these ombt and tints know all about the eonrttlnn of his bees re move moths If thry should get Into the hives divide tiny bees when uoces fiary or amid them tip if necessary and make n great many manipulations Time beekeeper should give them the grout benefit of comb foundation to start on which not only secures so drone romb whlrh they will do It left to themselves Variegated Alfalfas Within recent years alfalfa has forged to the front as a forage plant in the United Stapes with nary rapidity In fact It may now considered of our most Important crop plants It is grown to some ex tent in all sections but it Is only in the western half of the country that It takes rank as a leading forage crop In most parts of time west the ordinary alfalfa appears to be well adapted to prevailing conditions but for localities where drought resistance Is Important and along our northern border where ability to stand extremes of cold essential It has been found very de to secure Improved strains The ppeIcs of alfalfa ordinarily grown bear violet colored flowers was orig inal of species There however another specks of alfalfa growing wild hi Siberia and out the greater part of Kurope which bphrs yellow Mowers and whose seed pods are sickle shaped The prostrate stems nUll poor seed bearing qualities of this species are obstacles to its use as n forage plant It Is however very drought resistant and Is able to stand very low temperature without winter killing Where the yellow flowered alfalfa grows alongside fields of ordinary al falfa there Is a tendency for the spe I s to cross and produce hybrids rom lihilni some of time qualities of both jpyfles and bearing both violet null yellow flowers In this way have been naturally produced variegated varie ties which are better adapted to stand of told than ordinary alfalfa Variegate varieties though possess am only fl to in per vomit of the yellow flowered parentage are greatly su perior fur rigorous northern climates well b t what one tqn du i l- UJiIr 4i1jdt e k 10 s knu Ji elK it n- t1 h 1 t I l to I II J FIt 1 to f tIt UIIN I t J 1 II t t pZ Jrx 71 Cr k1f t F r4utbersmnay In like c R he mit how u htltl like tbing because the byes nre give mummy alto I And bees min alaroue C extruor 4 one 4 s Able cluemme this throng R r r 4 sl i l 1 E 4 Y N d sa b die se lt NOVEL ADVERTISING SCHEME Camera Contests Among Amateur Photographers to Attract Trade Thrio la scanPly a cameraloss vii lags In the United Suites no matter how limited It may be in population while In till towns and cUlts the fold lug kodaks and other kinds are almost as common as tiles round n molasses hogshead And because they are so common their enthusiastic users dratted tutu service as advertising assistants who can render valuable aid e lor Instance suppose yon used a portion ot your window display space each week for exhibition purposes the nrt gallery being the product of local amateurs People would stop and look wouldnt they They surely would There isnt any question about that Hut says Mr Inquisitive Row are we going to enlist the snapshuttersV Anti the answer is that you can set people to do most within reason If there is any Inducement for imfTTd Wits there Is nothing butter tharrn cash Inducement and If you should let the amateur photog raphers know that you wanted to se cure attractive local views from which to make a cut to use on that calender that you are goln to sire next Christmas and that the desire nn your part was so great that you would bo willing to give time successful contest ant n ten dollar gold piece you would not have tQ go around asking people to get busy The pictures would be all displayed In your shop windows mind the name of the photographer would be printed on the entry Resides attracting an Immense amount of attention to your window marl drawing customers to your store you would get the subject for n cnerdar that would be Just about n million per cent better than the ordinary nngefont hemoon or cu hid fancy designs which are only a little better than no calender at all In nay event it Is n good scheme well worth trying Hut dont try it unless you are going at it enthusiastically j That Is the one and only way in utilize a merchandising or adver Using scheme DISTRIBUTING CIRCULARS Get Them Into Every Home and Quick Results Will Be Realized Merchants are traveling along tho line of least resistance nre lootIng carefully to their advertising In news iinr they U nnnicttlnr nf tertion to time tilings liKU win arentv a buying Interest In the reader TUo place for a merchant sto attract widespread attention of a community Is through the newspaper Now If you will supplement this form of ad vertising with good circular mutter giving a more detailed description and see that n circular finds Its way into every home in your territory you will quickly see noticeable results Many times n merchant makes the right resolve and even goes so fur as to make a trial run as it were but docs not keep the good work up To be successful In business means n sur vival of time fittest for it Is only the ones who try and keep on trying who succeed It Is n familiar axiom which reads Plan your work then work plan but after nil that Is the only way to succeed Neither is hard as a first glance would show Every article was made to sell and must bo sold at a profit It business Is to continue Study conditions at close range know your customers porch their likes and dislikes if possible Keep uppermost in your mind a tea sonable profit on your sales There are enough talking points about the entire line of the stores merchandise to keep a healthy Cow of store facts flowing out through the buying channel A heist analysts of slow selling stocks often reveals a lack of activity at the fountalnhcad to be more clear and forceful a tiredness of the mer chant himself VALUE OF AGRICULTURE The Backbone of Any Community Say I Congressman Champ Clark Agriculture is time backbone of community Ono may go further aud say It Is the backbone of civilization The world travels on its stomach jut as an army docs and if the world is to be fro there must be farmers to grow the produce In view of this vital fact and the present tendency of farm people to flock to the cities quit farming these words of Congress man Champ Clark minority leader national house of rtprusiiiuulvttJ are worthy of serious notice The present h h prices fur farn products hues roan to stay The rural population Is playing our Tin prcset census if It t Inssen the nniicnrpuraio villages us towns will show between i 0 antI i per cent of the population n living In towns At time present rate In twenty rnathe United States will cease to be an importing notion for agricultural prod nets except as to cotton One of the principal causes of the hlph prices of farm products Is the world movement of people toward time towns and oitlcw While n floW people In towns laud cities have barns ouch raise chickens and oo raslonally pigs practically the entire town mind city population are non producers of anything to eat but are consumers only Already Deed Ones A Missouri editor refuses to pubhsh obituary notices of people who while living failed to subscribe for his pa per and piles this pointed reason People who do not take their J paper are already dead nUll their pa iU2 ajvav has no news value I I j anythIng ill I In th1s j your an I I I I I fjt J r 1 4 maybe away properly Trade alto t Gist its r nom tithe i ices I 5 I o 1 t How Nature Provides Our Duty fealth end lapplncss rc p jrsible and altogether that ulumtnU necessary in the phnt of Ntturc and sass for men or iinalThjr i a growing KU f ecien 5ct kingdom fur nishes na with the MV for blocd waLing and to leech that deli cate of human nninsl id c art to disturb by wrong imthcdj of ili us vo we L J the Laics from the in brc ul or some cereal from certain vc ctablea such r3 rpinnch and greoisn If then c r method for recovering cu ftundarJ balance of o pc to Natures Uio pl iit 1 o viikh wi i larnifh the icor- j uiid d i rr fnrrijut liiovn S3 Gold n Soal tlvdraetis tlio root of which Ixlvii M II D rofofor cf liaf dTor r t ilahn- cttlln Moaioai ihr ICQ Elctcj Jn rdatin to its f urs on tho 68toni there 13 no n dc ii j in usa tii M ia rut gcnorti urliiiuity tt n It ii wrtl oa tly t ii urrful in a de nilitated iiuie Prof JCl Ai ccfdter says It stirnlates the prtcessrs mad creases cf fred Ly these means tho blood is enriched mad this blood feeds the muscular syeitni 1 mention tho muscular becau 2 I believe it first feels the increased power imparted by the Etinrilation of The improvement on tho nervous antsystems sec natural results or Queens root ia another rcot which has been in repute C3 nn alterative blood purifier cad John M D of it An alterative unsurpassed by few if any ether cf rcctt in slain and scrofulous affec tions Bcncficir1 n bronchial affectiom permanently cuicabioncliitic relievca an cough coughs of years cured in and nutrition tins iuy be t n riliout harm Ion periods forty age Dr R V riwtce of Buffclo N cmbined an of Ua two above rrots togetlicr ln rivHJry Mandrake ard Glyc to a which put u i r sc fci and r IVrLxb trcki a Medical Discovery ik vja ri t successful in rd mrii PUCI ailments na were due fallowed by impure Xn aocs weak stcmach indigec ia ulceration ot iy ele torpid billoosrvf Tvfftv K tliw ii iup M oaaWW Uicaatawrforaj sir functions Tliis alterative end tonic is indicated hen a huvo of headache isickaclc in fact echo all vVhcn nppttitc is turret i td t iio mouth breath vhrn yon fool creak tired blue ana then ia the time to natural resiorrtivo of Dr Pierce Medical in not o cr t cr patent medicine because cIw arc muted on bcith rapper It 10 alcohol c habitfcz chemically pure triple rennsf glyc cs a whcrt zl prc cervativc A good mcuiccl bool in plain end free kern ttlnicciterms is valuable vork fcr consultation Ctch a vcik is Dr Tierces Common Sonro Medical Acl viler Its a book of 1CC3 frcluscly illustrated It ia given jwvav binding for 21 onccc t to pay for cost cf addressing Dr R or 31 cents far aa elegantly copyDr Pellets life and invigorate stomach liver and bowels a laxative two ov tLreo cathartic Easy to take as manse Concrete Work I Contract- edI prepared to do pavement and other concrete work and shall be glad to make estimates In pave ments limestone is used in base and surface throughout complying with city specifications in every Give me an Opportunity to bid on your contracts R C McCRACKEN The Registered POLANDCHINA BOAR NOXAL WONDER t medicl O ctuLle c Ito h tl w a l iron Jttbor bout width f I i time ajnI ton Stilliu f GI1 J athcr JeCul remedy pt mriu fc CC1 t it lit Stone loct mack t prt b to tuuaci tHld liver derangements W lilui nor 1t1L NE 8roTerru h 1 t Jllll1pats ro mG over to G Diccoc time c J t itt nlthouh formerly in clot i milin paper ocrcd ear r particular S 17 w hit probable Isis shell heat oar vale a beet t t j Ir meat system c rscgaen7 sec tt T xt net r ANY it Cyye t 4 t t1 t yorr foul tai leis dcm cat r uhcL now cent Stamps cr 1 a II Ho 7450 sire Perfect Wonder Him QUEEN QUALITY a fine individual from a perfect strain of prize winners is now in service at too cash in hand only The patronage of the public is solicited J E DE KALBILL KANSAS crrvMo S COO BS i4 ff REV Lt11KG- is SfRGNG IiEY R VAABtECIE4E- Wm7i cos RIG SP- J QI l iS r Furniture Moldings Wall Paper We carry on our floors and in our ware rooms the largest variety of Furniture in MuhlcnbergIf 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 cents and up per roll tOur 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 Natural 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 sizes 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 in service to call anywhere GPTwo Private LongDistance Tele phones Day Store No 73 Night Home No 108 Residence ISO yards from store Prompt service any hour day or night The J L ROARK ESTATE TUB RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED Moaoa Route Announces New Schedule of Fares ORe Way and Round Trip h Oiru RM v il yjllhehceforthsH tickets between Louisville and Chicago at 6 one way instead of 8 as formerly and 12 round trip good thirty days returning instead of 16 Patrons are offered exceptionally good by the Monon which on night trains from operates Com partment and Drawingroom Pull mans as well as the usual straight sleeper The day trains have Par lor and Dining cars and the very finest modern new coaches queries cheerfully answered by E H Bacon D P A Louisville More than nine out of every ten cases of rheumatism are simply rheumatism of the muscles due to cold or damp or chronic rheumatism In such cases no internal is required The free application of Chamberlains Liniment is all that is needed and it is to give quick relief Give it a trial and see for yourself how quickly it relieves the pain and oreness Price 250 large size soc NEW YORK CLIPPER18 THE GREATEST THEATRICAL a SHOW PAPER IN THE WORLD 400 Per Year Single Copy 10 Cls ISSUED WEEKLY SAMPLE COPY FREE FRANK QUEEN PUB n MI iRnarltl1 tnrr Nrius 9JO HJ9 Eugrabiug an subject ORIEN L Mo1uer I S Louisville Ky treatment certain CO rWM ROAR r Pal r1 nr tat service Ins 1 I nOBIEWUGaL ITHLISUKRS 47 W Sana at Htw You I I vJli ELIITRrtAsaad 51rrIAVtc- b maa for tsegAaly tun ala eltctidty the wmmo suitdhoIre tools Siugdc 3uac AND riGa6Gntofdrtures Sam IJe why fete If 3 ouame muMrr it o0e3Yar Sampeeo inL Co a Ikuva St 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