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The Record: n. Thursday, April 21, 1910. The Record. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Champ & Bro., Greenville, KY : 1910 rec1910042101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Record: n. Thursday, April 21, 1910. The Record. Champ & Bro., Greenville, KY : 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognition (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has been done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Libraries Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. II t YrIIJI1 1iIIIl Eic lQi Record Costs Nothing It pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates RX 1RXi XiXUUUJJ ver Lrin- 1W 1r It SKAKMS MAtT8ESS II O tJ t i lTf t flitb TRADE MARKS DESIGNS FFTT COPYRIGHTS Anyone aenrtlnff a sctch jtMi onr opinion u P11 without cbnrso iulh- oScientific JMconAhun- rtnomolr llnMrntcd jrcpljlr orcnlnUuu stir Uonim M C5 V Bt IJ C II 7 rep whether alt Jlro lIbl tlon strict Olt on sent tree fur socunng PAtellta Paten taken k I noUc Jlira IBranch W 1tluRtOI I I Invai lnn omm iii ct tlirough proW en fat 3OlUroadway New r taco I Is on every box of the genrin j Laxative Tablet rcroeds that B colts IH eve I P 7fP1C7 1i 11 I f Tina he carps oat er t I KINGTHE Muhlenberg Countyis coal iron timber potters clay f t Lr C4 lU r tmirAIJ st d IG w hVV M MM R KentuckY VOL XII NO 11 GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY APRIL 21 1910 50c PER YEAR IN Perpetuation of The Coal Supply Until recently there has been lit tIe thought of economy in coal pro duction or utilization For every ton mined another ton or more has been wasted either in the shape of coal dust or slack or coal left in the ground Mining methods have however improved and the loss now amounts to 40 per cent as against 60 per cent a short time ago In many mines as high as 75 per cent of the coal is recovered Like wise much higher efficiency is being secured in the utilization of the coal A single example will serve to show the possibilities in this line In extensive experiments trade by the Technologic branch of the Unit States Geological Survey it has been found that by first converting the coal into gas and then using it in a gas engine double and in some instances over three times the effi ciency can be secured that is ed under the ordinary steam boiler For industrial purposes therefore jve at once step practically double if not treble the coal area of the country Moreover the sensational discovery was made by the Survey tests that the lowgrade lignite the Northwest and Texas underly ing an area of some 100000000 acres when used m a gas engine developed more power than the best Iocohontas coal under ordinary steaming methods From the Poca hontas coal the Geological Survey plant produced 28 horse power per pound while the gas pro ducer generated p6 horsepower per pound or 334 times the efficiency for the gasproducer plant over the team plant These lignitic coals have been looked upon as of little if any commercial value now the regions where they arc found arc considered as possible great industri al centers Kill the Flies the last month has already brought the advance guard of one of the worst pests of summer flies Against these insects the dangerous j of which are now well known the health department has frequent warnings which cannot however be too often repeated The disease carrying ability of the fly is what makes it dangerous Medical experiments on this point have developed astonishing results In one case a fly one day was chlo roformed and transfixed with a red hot needle after which it was placed in a sterile salt solution One per cent of this solution was again put into another sterilizing it remained unchanged for forty eight hours At the end of that time the fly was crushed with a sterile glass rod and drop plated In of all this process bacillus typhosus was found It is up to the housewives cities prevent conditions in which flies They become abundant where there is light and moisture Waste food in the home rotting vegetable or animal matter sink water and grease are all propagating grounds for the fly Garbage cans should be frequently cleaned and should have fitting lids A little kerosene oil poured into them whether they are empty or full has a good effect Flies should be kept out of sick rooms This should be an imperative rule Uncooked food should be screened anc1 a vessel containing milk should always be covered Dontbjayfood f stores and other s unscreened There are many fly killing articles sold but most of them have draw backs which make them objection able A 5 to 8 per cent solution of formaldehyde with a little sugar in it J3 a pfjeap cppvenient de gtructive agent Do not relax vigilance Use every precaution Prevent their coming if you can but get rid of them if you cant Chicago News You can use Roarks furniture polish without cost if it is not satis factory in every way as it is sold under positive guarantee and no questions asked If a girl cant marry her ideal she after some other girls ideal I L f 1 1 I 1 n V 1 J lcd1 t 0jo Q I I team iilturelaI 1w1 liquidwhere so Jr o tightly I j J OfQ and i L I i t A a i tl 1 achieve e oft The qualities issued spite- Itor e S a which a alt articles Y your- S 4 n F e goes K Ii 1H- t x Taking Medicine When one observes the general attitude of the at large even much of the instructed and public on the subject of medi cinetaking the wonder is that more people do not perish of their own follyIt is to be supposed that when a physician prescribes a he and he alone is equipped to know what he prescribes what for and how much and how often it should It may be it often is a dangerous poison if taken in excess or at the wrong time or in the wrong combination and yet it rcems incredible one iliu otherwise intelligent persons rgihii that ii a spoonful does good the process ot cure hastened by a spoonful and a half or that having forgotter the medicine the day before double doses today will help them to 01 that although the writing on the bottle says before meals they never can remember it till they have finished eating There are also the ridiculous per sons who seem to think that they can hasten matters betaking a patent medicine or something that helped them so much once before or a prescription that a friend reccomend ed at the same time that they are taking the medicine prescribed by a physician but of course without saying anything about it to him He poor man may be wondering why a certain drug should be failing of its expected effect or perhaps acting in some curious manner to science Sometimes he even writes bewildered letters to the medical papers telling ot a mysteri ous patient he has who has proven to be utterly to the action of some well proved drug on who has reacted to the same in a new and terrifying qncnt as of commission a d the sins of carelessness ire the most frequent and the dangerous of all There is no excuse for the who leaves medicine bottles children can re ci them or who has the carbolic acid or the ammcna on the washing stand A few simple rules in this regard can be made and kept by everyone Let there be an shelf for medicine bottles there are children Never pour out and drink from any bottle until the directions have been read Always keep dangerous fluids such as strong ammonia carbolic acid insect poisons and the like in cor bottles Sentence Series Fanaticism is the child of zeal and falsehood He never loved at all who feared to love too much He has ceased to live who does not long for more life No man can rise above criticism who fears censure Many think that faith is all they wish were so The running tongue throws many a one back in the race The envy of the good is evidence of poverty in that respect No path can be worthy for me that is not straight for other feet No church ever died as long as it had a work to do and did it When a man loses hope of his brother he loses faith in his Father Perspiration for better things on earth is the best aspiration for hea venGiving my imaginationation a often improves my neighbors repu tation To rqay riot reveal all Gut prevent some lies The suffering of the saints under the sermon does not augment their graceMany preachers think that over the tools is the as building the house No feeling is more delusive than that you are raising yourself by despising others It is better to be a wisdom than a wise man satisfied with what you r lublic intelligent It tt unknown enc o red JlJnner 1 nIIII oiOl slvi those t m st person roundwhere inaccessible believ- Ing rest Hr elf it mqy arguing t it nNf1 i Vf i7 tf drug betaken although continually maybe catchup iit unresponsive whenever knot o truths same fool f haven S wa I BUSINESS LOCALS Give job printing orders to THE RECORD For firstclass livery service in including closed carriages call on Barbour Head Get a set of pneumatic rubber tops for your typcwntrr keys Greatest aid to operation of any machine Roark has them and you are asked to rail f r a look Pittman Bros new meat shop near the Baptist clujcli is ready for business Give them your orders Wallpaper prices at Roarks are lower than anywhere and the selec tions arc very complete now Miss Lena Arnold would appreci ate 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 nal three months and THE HPCORP one year for only 150 your deliver MMnMMMwW fNM wVy Courier DR J W Crown and Bridge Work done at reasonable prices OOlce upstairs In the Junes Building Greenville Ky DRT J Pltywlclott and itirceon Office Maincross street near Main street 16 CAM HOWARD GRAY HOWARD GRAY LAWYERSOffi- ceIB 6r u Biildtof opposite taMeade Hotel DR LOUELLA HELTSLEY OSTEOPATH Office at Home East Maincross Street Telephone No 78 ZO KING Notary Public and Li censed Auctioneer CENTRAL CITY KY Sales Mode Anywise in County Terms Reasonable Box 93 Phone 8 DENTIST WADE U M LBARa SLAT Ni BETTER MATTRESS FOR LESS MONEY Let us prove to you that the Steams Foster Windsor grade Mattress is superior to any 1500 mattress advertised in the youthe I I A w GR 1o II- J I I 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 Estatelhe J A Little Good Paint in Time Saves When your budding need painting ocry d delay costs you money sun ruin snow and are in work Lumber costs too much lo let it dewy for want of a liltle point It sorts less to use titan to rjo it we good paint on CARTERSlrlclly Pure WHITE LEAD Pure linseed Oil Pure Turpentine and the most expensive colors The kind of we u never cracks or icales wear will remove it Let u figure with you when ready to point We guarantee a fintclass and durable job prices put it off J H HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 too VC outwork paint WS s without Ion t Roark buys sells rents repairs typewriters carries supplies of all kinds trade any branch Orion L 1 andsolicits in sz Tr 7 j JIIi t7 1 X M w 2- i F1n a Buy FURSHides and Wsol W Feather Tallow BMWX CItuco Golden Root May Apple Wild Ginger etc We we dealers tiulKjhcd in 1856 Orer Loour21e sad on do better for you they acects or coomnoa nwthwts RJetenec toy Bank in LouurilU Write for w Uy price lilt end dipping e d Sabel Sons 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BLAcKS DRAUGHT Liver Medicine The reputation of this old relia j ble medicine constipation In and liver trouble is established It does not imitate other medicines It is better than j others or it would not be the liver powder with a larger sale than alt others SOLD IN TOWN K 6O YEARS EXPERIENCE SeaMY halls cattufJ ill tap s s r I firmly favorite DR KINGS NEW COUGHS AND COLDS AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG DISEASES PNEUMONIA CONSUMPTION I a cold settled on my lungs completely prostrated me that I WMunable to work and scarcely able to stand I then was advised to try Dr after using one I went back to work as well as I ever was wcmry as W J ATJKUrS Bauer T uu PRICE 50c SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY All Druggists AND SfOO Jtf Ate V- T- VtTi DISCOVERY FOR ii PREVENTS AND U Two years ago severe and New Springs 1 IIIr i Kill e 4 M M POULTRY Close Mesh CompUta fAUN better nd W tlieap thau Writ for cjUIT alt Jin cf fiavlac IK alt purr DiK LS rtSCK CO riKtH IIU EICJCI ctrl ltd FERCE Very I 110110 I aborts f ol e aeBG GROCERY CO I AT FACTORY PRICES GLOBE BUGGIES MiD HARNESS No 270 We ship vehicles front rnr Factory C O to Consumer object to on Iti of the greatest importance the Globe Dutfily Harness Co lo one who U cs us a pU used anti Satisfied Customer Ko t Tot t is to make each shipment viu hexccllet t value in quality of material workn unship fiiih ord of vehicle that it a Lasting Advcrtscmcnt sad us return 1 f v e you by selling you nit honestly mark buggy nril less Profit jou will recommend our poocls to yitir ncjlhor Our Guarantee Isahsolutelv ns loourcstomets money Is returned lo you You tflUo no We manufacture honest Vehicles and Hnnirss MVP nurcuMiinuTs money Kl oriUvs prompt Write for our lico lluj y uud Harness talaio uv GLOm BUGGY c HARNESS COMPAN OWENSBORO KCtiTUCKY lite tools Simple pray tint full of Mure Sam pii cT l m a year itiMOi IH IK d PHOTO take Csrdul for your female because vo arc sure it wilt heip you Ramombor that 2 this icmsfo remody s rcce tril e II would be n drake UoOllcurlnut wJW Ito I t TWO IUOttE nit alt to na r esented your r 1 XrRICISVandaiCItANICVAPV 1aowe inefoerertrwlr- Cf 1Lcarnadrlnnkiry tke V 7 aAND Idc cov freeIraltname a er n 5t rttaton btus rhntornPDy tnterero t ecerytat AattnIr trplUrpaa Vc1keK it i l ncautikdpkturr L 1pr1 econteht tS t a QbyG cafe Ak You rca F aitlil DO UI li Mil 10f han brought rsllef to thousands of ether sick women so Wily not to you For hcadachet backache pctlcdlcal p bi3 female vreal ness many havo sad ft Is tho best medicine to take Try U I Sold in This City F3 i or a i I i It 1 tn 1Y xw PaleFaced Women You ladies who have pale faces sallow complexions dark circles under eyes drawn features and tired worn out expressions you need a tonic tonicItare specifically adapted for womens needs They act on the organs and help to give needed strength and no iron no no lime no glycerin no dan gerous or habitforming of It is harmless and safe for young and old to use Take The Womans Tonic dui on the advice of a friend and it helped me so much Before taking Cardui I had suffered from female troubles for five years but since taking it I am in good health I think there is some of the best advice in your book Advisory Chattanoora Medicine Co Chattanooga Tens for Special Instructions book lor seat The highest medical authority on foods Sir James Crichtoa Browne LLD FRS cf London gives the best reasons for eating more Quaker Oats vitality to the wornout frame Cardui is a vegetable medicine It contains no minerals AiRDUII 1 43 1 1 1ctArt rffi 1 t JJie for tnef iwrites Ms Vm Hilliard of Ark l took that I ever saw Your druggist sells Cardul Try it Writ to ladies Dept Home free I 4 woman 1 j- a i dol atJ coo Key Carte r VVt t J w Treatment j P t rt In an article published in the great medical authority on foods says about brain and muscle building There is one kind of food that seems to me value as a food to the brain and to the whole body throughout childhood and adolescence youth and that is oatmeal Oats are the most nutritious of all the cereals being richer in fats organic phosphorus and lecithinsHe oatmca s gaining ground with th welModo of Great Britain He speaks of it as the mainstay of the Scottish laborers diet and says it pro September ofmarked c CUROF duces a bigboned welldevel I energetic race His experiments prove that such as Quaker Oats not only furnishes the best food for the human being but eating it strengthens and en larges the thyroid gland is intimately connected with the nourishing processes of the body In conclusion he It seems probable therefore that the bulk and brawniness of the Northerners meaning the Scotch has been in some measure due to the stimulation of the thyroid gland by oatmeal porridge in childhood The Scotch eat Quaker Oats because it is the test of all opedmentally f goodoatmeal glandthis I sa s oatmeal e t Vt Officers W A Wickliffe President C E Martin Vice Presi dent John T Reynolds Jr Cashier Ed S Wood Assistant Cashier A Wickliffe E J Puryear J T Reynolds Jr Ed S Wood C E Martin Martin Subscribe for The Record Only SOc J IX l V tett ctrII frl DirectorsW R T Martin r Geo 4l fI i T t Y o 4 A 1 g I t Tsc aoaVYcTituck k W L rr yp AA VdFit 4 i le TK itRDAu t- f qty ludepeudCnt NewttpnpcrYD- ALIl11t TIIU1 Y11ATR AT- r o K tins 1rolddunt OlUKN L Roars Secretary ORIKNT L KOAKK EDITOR LoaaOisanco Telephone Ao Office in new nnuoK r nr of store Kraitnd floor 50 CENTS PEk Y AB IN ADVANCE TERMB in the time has t U paW the will be Ocvrda of tUf nU obituary notices etc If not leaser than free A charffroffc Hue will ba waJe succeed Free tmtnplc copies vrlll be Adrertls nientSHribo Inserted will be urulaboil on re itA- ddreas nil coramualoatiu unJ Vr all re mlttonces payable to RECOID KS- QrtcuvlUo Ky THURSDAY APRIL 1910 Butered at tbe QroenTlllc Kriposlofflec as flecontlclaes matter you that you have inherited a for tune He is a census taket THAT Texas woman who jumped through the window of a Pullman car while she was dreaming has proved to scoffers that some persons can sleep in Pullman cars THAT lawyer wanted only the Thaw estate for losing the case Of course if the Thaws could have borrowed a few dollars additional he wouldnt have refused them If he the case what would his fee have been PRESIDENT TAr talked to the women and as a consequence is in bad with them That is his kiddish way If he had stayed issued his smile as bulletins when asked for would not nOw have so many active enemies are in such good voice MEAT boycotters in New Jersey are tearing up the pavement and unkind words athwart the morning air yith those from whom the jury must be drawn in such a frame of mind the state can hardly be regarded by the indicted packers as an ideal place in which to be 7Vn vX THE shortage or surplusage of cars one of the reliable in dications of business activity if not of business prosperity The surplus of cars which existed at the time of the panic in November 1907 was gradually reduced until it was wiped out in the autumn of 1909 Today not only is there no surplus but the indications arc that during season there will be a large shortage due to the steadily increasing volume of business THE interstate commerce commis sion has ordered a reduction in pullman fares and made a difference 4n Crates to be charged for upper and lover berths One reason given for the order was that reports showed that the company had been 60000000 profits year for the last ten years on a capitalization of 100000000 An investigation as to how much more the public contributes in tips so that anything like decent service may be obtained will doubtless Jead to another reduction in fares Tins price ot pyre Para India rub which in 1995 was fi cents per pound rose last year to per pound This increase in price givea Additional interest to the processes of regeneration ofwaste rubber and of the manufacture of substitutes The regeneration of vulcanized India rubber consists the sulphur which was added n process of vulcanization The scrap rubber is Assorted accordingtp qual iity and is treated either with acid or with potash for the purpose ofdestroyingibers ojejnb and of removing the greater part of the sulphur The material as then ground and washed This regenerated Jndia rubber is used only as an in small propor itions to new rubber You may be able to give a good imitation of a man thinking but you deliver the goods Qoce there was a woman who ad juittcd that she talked too much ind of the time she was kept jin a paneled cell you till never guccccd if you spend half your time fc3Ag yhat syoii to do and the half in explaining why you djdnt r I 72 r lrh price of expired- to whl I paper e 1ho1r par Nu of this rulo nOrI rate card tr1ft n 21 f DIt calm The stranger Is not a bill nor a messenger to tell hadwon at home and who tossing II 1ij Ji JJ i x freight IS JJ r great- r thecoming i makingabout per I b r 9 in ewo Jug tAle oil t etc addition most I are goln I 4 r the IR its p lice and tun hand cur tPSllnes lu a math t sa rs collectar o r r z- l 4 sulphuric I x r can 4tb w t ldoJk- a C J CIRCUIT COURT niuhlcnbcrg Spring Term Began Here I Monday Judge Juries and Court Officials All Being Busy The spring term of Muhlenberg circuit court has been in session since Monday afternoon Judge W P Sandidge on the bench commonS wealths attorney J R Mallcry and county attorney T 0 Jones repre sluing the state The crowds have been small as the roads weather have been unfavorable holding visitors to a limited number The grand jury has settled down to cff dent work and tho petit jury been few cases There have been several continuances the discussion of these taking up time of the court Follow ing arc the juries GRAND JURY J H Kimmel foreman J M Corley J J Bairn J W Mayhugh- J R Lewis N E Glenn W T Bell S P Dukes Foster Johnson H C Mercer Joo Downey Tom Durall PETIT JURY Joe Martin A J Whitmer C M Howard John Scott George Eaves Nctter Rarnea Andy Glenn J M Mercer Francis Withers W H Sullivan D T Gossett John Hayes H C Downey R M Adkins C W Stovall J N Danner T Mercer Scott Phillips E F Gossett A J Cornett Fount Taylor Bowers Sam Qossctt J B Ode Wells charged with gaming was fined 20 The jury was unable to agree in the case of Frank Stewart who is house breaking Oscar Southall colored charged with murder succeeded in having his case continued Lee Carroll again had his case continued He is murdering a negro near Bremen about a year ago Powderly Mr Clyde Waters left for Louis yule Sunday Mr J D Longest was over from Browder Thursday Miss Minnie Poag is conducting a successful school here Miss Alma Vinson of Central City is the guest of Mrs Hansbro Mrs Virgie Ferrell went to Nor tonville Sunday to visit relatives Work at the mines is being rushed ndw since the strike has been set tIed The census man is now making daily calls and Oh the ques tions Mrs Gertie Jackson from Lucerne spent a few days with Mrs Sage last week Miss Mallie Campbell from Lu zerne is spending the friends here Miss Minnie Martin from Heron 111 is the guest of her cousin Miss Annie McClellan Mr Attonay Kennett who has been in Illinois for several weeks returned here last week Pleasant Hill Items Farmers are being delayed by too much rain in this section MISS Hattie Greyson who has b pn ill as the result of an accident is better The Sunday school j bing well attended and is a powerful goprf Jn this community Mr A J Cornett who has been yisjtfng relatives in Logan county SatjjrJay Mrs Ann M Langley of Central City is visiting her son Mr G B Langley this week LjBpjan Newman son of Mr and Mrs W T Ugwrnan is dangerous Jy ill at this writing The log rolling at Mr Jess last Wednesday was well attend ed and a good djnpejr enjoyed by all Mr Ccprge Wood left for Dakota gundaf ffe js the tenth man to go from this nflighbflrJQod this spring We wish them all good luck and hope all come back in the fall with their pockets full of Mrs M A Duvall and Mrs W ft Day and daughter of Nebo are visiting M Mrs W L Duvall this weejc 1 haldirga Rica chargedwith chargedwith aL filledhis regular 7 weekwith I let red Nichols theywill fS andC t end considerable Rower rlteYlVhttinghill r South l Ben Shanklin colored the home of hi father Moses Shnukhn near ej ot Tuesday night and was buried in the west end cemetery yesterday afternoon Roark has Rockwell corner dust shield one of the neatest and most practical items on the market The last touchs are being put on the building of the new Farmers Ha k and everything will be ready for the opening on Monday when all stockholders will meet here and help entertain the public which is invited to call at but especially on the first day Give Visa Lena Arnold your laundry she represents Metcalfe of HopkinavUle one of the best plants in this state 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 Rpwe 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 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 picturesque cavalcade upon ihe 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 ponies and these in turn are followed by the plumed Kights and their Ladies on thoroughbred educat ed steeds Then come the beautiful heavy draft stock drawing the long lines of dens twentieth year ot the Norris Rowe Circus and from season to season they have acquired wild animals until now there is no other show that contains more wild animals in their huge double manageries than Norris Rowe Everyone should turn out for the parade for it is a pleasingly picturesque and sensa tional feature The show exhibit at Central City Friday April 22nd Pointed Paragraphs Circus employes are subject to ring rule By the time you see where you made your mistake it is too late The happiness handed over a bar lasts only till the foam disappears The saloon that has a steady in come may have an unsteady outgo Perhaps a bulldog gets but little sympathy because he doesnt need It is easier to lead some men to drink than it is to drive them away from it The girl who doesnt appreciate her father is likely to acquire a mean every man who to the occasion when the alarm clock gets busy Some women wont be happy in heaven until they can clean house Jwjcc a year If a girl Js all the world to a man he should marry and engage in the realestate business Taking Care of Yourself never was a time when pea s much attention to their health and strength as they do now human beings The result of properly balanced ra has worked wonders with stock lira rt jai experiments are proving lhat Uioiaffl4J h 3 Js true of man eaten often and regularly taking tiltS nlace qf heavy greasy foods will work in tho health and trength a family School children lad frequently on fluvayg Capable of the best work a school it the best food One of the flttnwMyg features of Quaker Oats is tho perfect way it is packed Besides the regular size package there is the large size family package 10 Roark is specially prepared to do disinfecting and is subject to call anywhere diedat d anytime d owners added- to prancing open containm th y II it husbandIt rises finehorsesII J It J that q thrlve r j 1 i J p the Maya ik her There e a has been oun i uttkoFlli vpn uakcr Patti an arc iltil pteg i tlI GENERAL N q- BLMKFLL a CllKVI t We represent the Home Insur ance o of fi Y lit that dill of farm Jty property writes Kinds aid i FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYERS LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY BONDS GIVE US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE ROARK GREENVILLE KY DEF OY KENTUCKY We announce to our trade and the pub lic that our stocks of good in rJl are larger and better selected than ever in our history We carry a varied line of GENERAL MERCHANDISE people In Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Etc we offer large selections In Groceries Hardware Tinware Farm Implements and such goods our stocks are especially strong In all departments prices will be found the lowest and your visits will be highly appreciated Undertaking We have just added an Undertaking Department to our f in service on call anywhere Orders in this line given prompt ft and careful attention any hour day or night 6 Telephones Store No 1 IZ or No 3 f DEPOY KENTUCKY Vj A FEW WORDS TO II MIR ARE YOU RAISING ANY SHEEP u I BlACK Ell r l 1iriiI w p p The BRIDG S SUANNON 0 t riEJ II I t i t t J rtU vItIiU f t J O it l m Department j i i mglit riot j ill t w t t df6ItI r1C e e r t 1 J j a 1 I ava as tats t1 t I 1j departments tt Y A- i 0 t 11l is 1 r t Caskets COtcard441 tr lrbMf OY TIr art 1 IF YOU ARE bear in mind that we are the strongest wool buyers in South western Kentucky Ve have your wool sold at the highest and thnt en ables us to forgive you high prices your wool when you Have your sheep sheared bring the clip to us and receive honest weights and spot cash successors to H E Eaves in the feed busi ness and we are selling feed and field seeds at lowest prices still tale prices for Hjfifis FURS GINSENG ipN GRAIN Ve arc e t qCI y 1 hi hest ejenhqne No 276 Roarc bd pest dqor tg jajcgi i A s L emiEN k7 r WfrQ q Subscribe for Ihe Record Only SOc A New Newspaper A New Ncwspapcr Edited and published by R Pace at Greenville made its appearance APRIL 1 1910 SOME OF ITS FEATURES All home print all the home news Republican in politics but fair to everybody Devoted to the countys social moral educational and political welfare Pertinent editorial comment on matters of public interest A free want and exchange column for use of its subscribers except regular dealers A circulation from the beginning of nearly 2000 One Dollar per worth 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 operated by electricity Your patronage solicited Our prices are right SatisX faction guaranteed Way of Paint is to make you satisfied by giving you material that does what you want it to do If its a floor woodwork a table bathtub or the whole house youre about to varnish enamel or can supply exactly the article that will do it best You can be sure of this be cause we sell the perfect WLITY J 41 Lr i the MUUlfNBiRG SfNIINfl 0 allof ye rand oldcustomers Allmachinery I r Our ll ray paintor stainwe 4 T r r y ti 9 r Industrial r K 144 r r1 j i I v- iI kind of paints enamels stains varnishes all carrying the guar markWith purchase of the Acme Quality kind we give you free The Selection and Use of Paints and Finishes the only con plcte paint book ever published J Greenville Milling Co Incorporated iii TN- t I Save 75 ACME QUALlTY 1 BY PURCHASING ONE OF OUR 1 r FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only The regular is 100 Those who or mail this advertisement to us within five days after it and telling us where saw it will be able to one reserved at the rate of 525 Books and stationery arc included No time limit If not ready now buy one use I the II PRINCIPAL J LLEsacolirortGn anti Walnut Streets LQVISYI I d I t at Prices r n i Lt- z2I Ri2r wr BUSINESS G4yr Second I WALLPAPER Spedal RoarLs k J A i Indispensable For Home BalUng tJ f lz- t9r ua 11 fine JYf L uatitLslL Ia10CRq 2a1 s Vafi3 yam n r I R LOCAL TIME CARDC Rv Ii3 LonU ni Express ll fiam Cincinnati E res 101 Louisville Limited 408am 130 Central City accont BOUTUBOUKD MO 135 I and Cairo accotn am 121 Kuilou Accommodation IC0ii340 jin Nov S3 1003 acnxwronD Apt WHEN I HAVE GONE f Jour XKIDUAUDT IJolin Ci TCcIdhunU wna horn In Illinois In 1681 He l known fur lil rontrlbu tiaras both of tlcilun and to tins mng iizlnes Time scleotlon below In the Century for Octolmr moo Mr KeldhanU now Urea nt XubJ When I have fiit bc l with this Loft the hard And gone weird another load O friends regent nio not uor for Child of Infinity dtp a ixmve nor roar for me n tomb To with lylm Hero In the gloom Je who loved bigness taJfotj a narrow room ffout ut to jilljou Jwrp h head Nor ho is dcail But Rive uiy to time funeral pyre And bid the laughing lire Eager nod strung and swift like uiy desire Scatter uiy subtle or eiice into space Free me of UIQC and place And sweet the bitter from the hearth Fling back the dust I borrowed from time earth Into the chemic broil of death and birth The vast aletnbli of the cryptlo scheme Sturm with the am And thus 0 little house that Sheltered me lsylvc nganliiivlnil and mtn In IIP of the atoWdrUt 10 for correspondents May 2 and 3 are the new days The roads have been deep in mud this week I See the Rockwell corner dust shield at Roark v CPHFt prowls have not been re cordbreakers this week Cleanup days have beet delayed to and 3 on account of the weather Give Pittman Bros meat orders New shop best What promised to be the early popularity of the ice man has been nipped alto The most uncertain thing could be has been the trains for a few days Telephone No 5 and yourlaundry will be called for and delivered There were several snows Mon day but the whole amount was so small that it left no trace Mr J B Tunstill has been for a few days taking a short vacation from his road work r Black Jersey heifp a year old taken up at depot April 7 It has been a controversy between sorpQ people qg to hpw mgny more jniovfrs to this Spring i J i r i The Fighting Parson was on the boards at the house last night and the advance sales were good Call on Leslie Hale next to First National Bank for candies books sundries ft Tic paf gardfener ha5 been pp The Barlow Wilson minstrel appeared to a small crowd at the opera house Saturday night and gave a show ot like proportions NOUTII nOVliD I IU t e IO 151 i15 JIm I i lit tot New OrtU1S Special o a O verse 4 magazine 11 lib wa or tin wit wharf I I jJ llqFt bb1P trro IUplI L r i 1 tour d f 1 Jf k 1 6 i I 1t about 1IOUt Owner c On James Tmsley pave f A opera J gars t 14 i ill 11Jffli- G mq hi1abqF qNlnrci I mCj1rfn fetii hale beeQ 1 J i j 3 put I r I I I r T episode road k weep met r body i a sues y master Yd0 io oft nttthUujIk put cleanup Mays service- S r that imagined r K Lpr ate I 9taj home r werey v f r r tobacco etcr y r 4 Ir b w mile un iotsscat i rel IRVt lr7 i 3- i r 1r V c r 0- i Give us your job work Di i your coal hold through the last cold spell Guodmorningl Are you ready for the streetcleaning brigade If its books magazines etc get them from this office The man with the stove has sup planted the man with tits hoc Sleet snow slop and slime have made things a bit ugly this week Best meats of all kinds at Pittman Bros hew meat shop Telephone No 279 Trains were all out of time and Sunday caused by the high waters For a neater cleaner Greenville That is the ticket that should re ceive every support Just the thing for the corners of rooms and for stairways is the Rock well dust shield See it at Roarks Heavy rains Thursday and Friday nights did considerable dam age to roads and lands We have had blackberry winter sflts rangcrously near the freezing point Most of Roarks new wall paper is here and more than 50 patterns ready for selection Mrs Marshall Bearing and son Buren Martin of Nuckols here on a visit to Mr T Martin and familyMr and Mrs Charles E of Earles have the sympathy friends in the loss or their newborn girl baby which died Ionday School books for all grades can be found at the new store of Leslie Hale and school supplies of all kinds also f Rain cold wind and gloom have prevailed several days this week keeping people at home and hinder ing farming buildjpg and bqgjne s of all kinds The opposition to the cow has had of congre gating the people whp are in favor of the law and this side of the mat ter is now being advocated with considerable effect Hot and cold baths day and night and 1030 a m at Sam barber shop n account of the extreme weath er cleanup days have been post poned until Monday and Tuesday May 2 and 3 when it is hoped con ditions Will be favorable for the great work that is planned Re member the new dates and be ready Mr Hese qf Cincinnati was here on a business tVlp a few days part of the week and was renewing old acquaintances Hesse lived here many years and is well known by our people He still claims this as his home place and is proud of the wonder ful progress we arc making along all important lines v appears to be an cpi emjp pf oyef i e dtj pf a gfcatgr nupiber qf them New papers all over tIe reporting panes and generally convictions have re sulked the usual fines being which is the limit Greenville is in line having bad our first last week with the above result i T e 1 Saturday last l Ire are R 3 t the eflect David r n t r I i ers I are ttm H slog ones i I r j t l f c 1 r 1 i I A t41t1tI1 lTItt 1 h I f t u r a i Martins t t 1 i c e ordinance Sund until R Martins the latter f i etc bgotleg tPEfs ll f vZ New Coal Scale Signed Saturday Miners anc operators of this dis trict reached r agreement in Louis ville last Satun ay and a new two year contract vas put in effect There have b en several adjourned conferences Lut there has been lit tle doubt at any time that all dif ferences would be adjusted and the men have been at work pending a settlement The new contract con tamed concessions on the part of both sides and is an advance of about an average of 5 per cent in crease of wages for the men in all branches of service I his is about an even split as 10 per remit was the operators thought the old scale a fair one aid asked its renewal All parties to con tract appear satisfied the set tlemcnt and the many outside in terests that arc affected arc pleased that a strike has been averted as the continued Qnpratjon of the coal industry nieans m ch tq everyone n tje county A proMHCBt Civil War Veteran askedwhile the with Mr L D Griggs of Para dise was here a few days on business tills week and was mingling with his many friends He U a veteran of the civil war and a man ich in fact and story of those roubles times For many years he as caretaker of the grounds and arm of Gen Carq at Airdrie near Paradise and was companion and aociate of the ieneral who appreciated tho hon r wit and knowledge of his asso iate in war and peace Mr Griggs as come in contact with the thous nds qf ppqpjp wftp have made visits 3 the the past several oars and has inadc friends of all f them In the siege of Atlanta There Mr Griggs was busily en aged along with thousands of thers he found time to compose a that has been widely pub sheji n rind nd whjch has received n ci favor ble comment We produce it here 1th as many of our readers have ever seen It and we believe all appreciate the composition- Our father Abraham who art in vashington honored be thy name pine administration come the Republicans of the us ths pr rations of and tack beans and bacon and irgive us our foraging as we forgie lose who forage upon us and lead not into the field of battle but diver us from the land of the enc for thine is the administration id the power so long as thou art ofijce EIGHT MEN y Mr Griggs was a member of Co 25th Indiana Vol Inft which LW muh hard service and itself with honor The a part qf the n front pf tlanta in July i when this rayer wag composed and attracted qch attention from the thousands soldiers in the trenches after rard being given wide publicity irouijh the preps and room pqrnerS are kept lean and tree from dust by the use f locjcwe5 clime dust shield oark has them in all finishes Also the best stair carpet fastener Captha f R laiitisky Bead Captjan Willjarn H Sandusky ged died at hjs hqtel at horse Branch at Qplapfc last vncmlpg after an illness of two years following stroke paralysis There were few better mown men m Western Kentucky han Capt Sandusky and he was me of the oldest in the tate For more than thirty years te operated the Sandusky House at Central City and a few years ago erected a hotel building at Horse Branch which he operated His wife and daughter Miss Genevieve continued the operation of the house Central Cjty rairmoudt at Central City it 230 oclock Sunday afternoon and there was a very large Next Sunday is to be observed national Tuberculosis and ministers throughout this are d uesied to make to the matter in all services fiiis movement is one o the mostvn T MJ Ijnes rrjjlHqns Collars hsve been QQntributcd and already gonjQ 3atUfanlory been made In the work See R C l pt concrete work of any kind i I Don am J1a a ines till thywill r W V North lye s IY acquit- d command- as sql ierY P f las 14 atur lay f hotelmen at ot melt cemetery as- a I reference anl r mt tlj q engage f fqn of lip qho mp t e1Y has McCracken if f s I Bell Il 1 Innn JbrSrutkh ae ijsls tty raY lY l j stair li years some vas 7 attendance land htill o 4coyl g ill i cP- Apthe deypo ell alt ernI D laYy you rrvrl- r n t p OUR DAY CURRENT WILL OPERATE YOUR Sewing MachinesI Vacuum Cleaners Etc and Do Light Cooking Ml LET DEMONSTRATE ITS VALUE Iwe LIGHT 6k WATER COINCORPORATED A OILMAN Manager t B v m IIIiZI r JI 7 Im Flatirons iI I z usS h O I J Iir tllEiI 0 11 llElA T I E j o r e- DO IOU KNOW THAT i I Book Club Notes April 8th was Arbor Day and several members of the Book Club went out to tjiu school to assist in planting tree the gift of the club The tree was planted oh the left side of the walk as you approach time building The sixth grade in charge of Miss Cherry rendered appropriate Arbor Duy c crcjscs qnjj thjB fite l to the site chosen for the tree Mr C A Williams then made the pic ture No better gift can be left to pos terity than a beautiful tree We think we can safely say there will be ienms offrfrail to day rp Sop preparing to spend Monday and Tuesday May 2nd and 3d in cleaning and beautifying your premises i Put your rubbish in barrels or boxes and it will be carried ofj The women who assisted last in cleaningup day will have charge of the same districts this yearThe following appreciation of the city council has been cjrcvjlatefl anfl receive a qurqbcr qf signatures and will be tp the council re de sire to Ppres Q you our thanks and approval a d you at qll times have Pill hearty qqopcratjun in the forward step you taken in the enachment of a law which will beautify our town and will make possible yl s ch a sisange tp fprT7d for general civic Improvement We be the stock law you have is the best move that be made fpr anjtafy pufpoes know ing as we do that the milch cows that run at large drink from the branches which fccejye jewepjge from PllblJG 8nd private buildings the effjet of which will be very in furious to the consumer The bene tidal effect pf till law in other towns li the blest argument for its enforcementStanding for a cleaner more beautiful and progressive town we are Respectfully THE WOMANS Boot CLue Card of Thanks It is our desire to acknowledge the many acts of kjjB5S pHl father and to us by our numerous friends the long season of illness and after its sorrowful termination there was constant attention by all and we are unable to express our gratitude Mus S B DUKES AND KAMUY The of our readers is to the ad of The Bridges Shannon Co of in tins issue This firm is handling vast II Y quanttes o good nd doing a v W1 ft busness They Vine of undertakers goods having been placed and a hear e purchased The popular members of this firm appreciate the patronage of the public and invite the visits of everyone iHE RECORD SOC per year G is town elf the I tl I U sincere plans t J 2 Throught riiftt Dcpo pall new pattiwmh a enough 1- taTf tt ear seat 1 have joys F iTy eve enacted could I hgtyti- ltiul annanal attention clod lci e FsAeGlal attention to Ihctr ties t r The Y M C A Campaign Local Secretary Adcrson aud field secretary Pig Louisville assisted by f the members making a canvass for lions to the fund tu maintain M work here Almost in town is lending help and support to time movement and ladies have agreed to furnish the building almost entirely This been made possible here by the of some of our most progressive citizens who have agreed to a debt of about 1300 if the public will open and operate the building NJessn W puqcan A Wickliffe J W JB puryear and the R Martin Kstutc have assumed this debt provisionally and there should be no delay in our people meeting the reasonable requirements This splendid building one of the best in the state for the purpose va gvcn largely by f aj and eanuoFslaiid fn IhrrTbsftlbn allowing ft to fall short of the splendid purposes of its dedcaton HOW OLD IS AN What breakfast food R 1 P frv wto WUuU a i turnoit Iu w her What noveld have you rend What ttlze of shoes Is on your feet Arc you a baseball fan Do you prefer your coffee sweet Iffre the census Roark Sells Glad Funeral V t A The J L Roark las SQ black hoarse o Te Bridges ghannpn CR at Pepay and they will use it in their newly added line qf undertakers gooda The section around Depoy is developing and the increase in population heavier than most anj c qrj of S coun1 Rd till ftfl fc with the new lice and the providing a hearse will be no small factor in the success qf till venture R h i fa ivvo hearses ginpc new rubbertired vehicle was received and will have ample equipment with it in scrvjge Low Rates Louisville Spring Race Meeting ts tH o subsctip cA liberalaction payoff W J Weir o n It man p rapidly ii t well nr ha are the- Y everyone the works lam Greene toot how 14 till runes Gary state s 1 S FAa asive armi ltd On account of the spring meeting of the Louisville Jockey club May to to June 4 the Illinois Central railroad will sell tickets at reduced rates as follows May 9 and 10 one fore and one third plus 250 for round trip June 5 for return May 10 one fare otyis c roind Halted tytty4- 1 for urft 4 4 6 a8 30 Jqne a and onethird fare plus for round trip limited for re two days from date of sale W G Crawrons Agent liens they are clucking the j colts are a bucking the zephyrs are joyously murmuring tunes the pea cock is haughty the U9 Ung arc dotty ave boring gavf S pnines The laml kna arc jumping the windmill ia pumping a Qf wet water to Rll up the tank so flossy is milking old Bosiie who knocked oer the pail with bill of her shank The hired thou is fussing with harness and cussing invented a slab sided mule the old hen is squawking she thinks it is shuck ing that duck will po swimmin- arouuJ in a iiuwl Ol syu y F J i t J one 1i t b U tie I t litteri girl 1 itfi 1 1 ff r i limited trip Jay iqt ail gc urn Yes S- Ties l ra entrees the tat the one whoever e k t i r t I I iomen s Secrets any other nan or woman in the country These secrets arc not secrets of guilt or shame but the secrets of suffering and they have been confided to Dr That few of these women have been disappointed in their ex pectations is proved by the fact that per cent c ell women treated by Dr Pierce have been absolutely and altogether cured Such a record would ba remarkable if thscases treated were numbered by hundreds only But when Wit to tho treatment of more than halfa mil m a practice of over 40 years it ia phenomenal Thorn hvhd t1UU In the United States who heard tier womens secrets tarn R V Pierce in the hope and expectation of advIce and help r1n has perhaps r woman mild entitles Dr Pierce to the gratitude accorded him by women as tlw first otcpeciahsts in the treatment of womens diseases woman may Pierce absolutely withoutcharges AH replies arc in perfectly envelopes without N Jja riBSteBS FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION I Every sick consult Dr by mailedsealed withoutBuffalo Y I QVorC1 Strong Siok V0D10u a lain r 3VIu3ior c Talc Wc11r youre a dandy My harp isnt handy or 1 would embalm you in measures that charml think it a pity that tilts in city alj jqt season be out on I would that town green EawXvgcv5w iTrgA gambo and chortle apd sings far fcorft skyscrapers cad fte ce taily pa erSj ije dorA l grass roots irAd d what s spring Cabbage and tomato plants for sale W F Johnston Ever body r Vi ppy since a new cqQtftpt a lua4e by the mi ergi operatos it is thought prk bq better than The ladies aid society of the Presbyterian church will hold an apron sale at the Y M C A next Suiurday anti will also scrye refoSMmenti Everyone is inviieil lu call Greatest labor saver ever Invented can be seen at Roarks Mr Tobe Smith dropped dQatl at his home in HopklUHville at 830 oclqcfcyesUsfdty morning Deceas Sd a native of this county but had lived in Ilnpkinsville for the past 30 years most of which time he was engaged m the livery busi ness He retained many friends here and frequently made visits to his old home and county His kindly genial nature made him friends everywhere and his held them He is survived v by his wife two sons and Interment will fto W ftopljnSYUlc todav ic T uwneU will at nd this aco Stair carpet fasteners and corner shields at Roarks finishes stock Mrs Hv l Heed who has been Qhlna for twelve years with her husband in teaching missionary work arrived here Thursday and will await bus band who will jm her in a uni sx had engaged passage b at the last moment Mr Reed was dotauied by a cablegram from the missionary board and he will remain until relief has been provid cd so that the work may not bo in terrupted They have been very successful and have best wishes of all in whatever future line they may engage When a milliner wants to djaw t e old girls inside she ptays a par ulurlyp ynunjj looking hat in the I a IIi tarn I ey and h been alt and I suunler Wit J steadfastness rut Ail tZ ew iudI If l7Jl j the cant thin legit nst tit mt5iiI and tic s will itstlal this building hie ytl associated ands hut titu 1- I r Tobacco Market The loose leaf to bacco mwrfet woke up again last week after a period of sluggish ness and ofienngs not only showed heavy increase but prices jv booutcU to a new high mark for the season In fact this price is thy highest reached by any market it the entire dark district This new record was made on Friday when loose tobacco sold on Thompson Si Cos floor for 1650 per hundred pounds This was an especially nice lot vof Austrian tobacco Prices on loose tobacco last week ranged Lugs 450 750 leaf JpS a 1650 The hogshead market cotiim active with vigorous demand that takes promptly everything offered Sales last week amounted to about 350 hogsheads of various grades none being fine qualities all of it being sold privately Prices ranged 6 850 leaf 8 50 15 Pres Jerry ot the Green River Association a couple of weeks since that there did not reraainundeliver ed more than a few thousand pounds of tobacco in the county but this past week has seen the resumption rush of tobacco to market nearly 200000 pounds having been delivered in the past five days 5 Fur first class livery service including closed carriages call V Harbour Head Mass Mcetlnj f farmers and in fcptadent Telephone People TVXTIIE iuuue It is indispens ible that every farmer as well as othprs to have a telephone in their homes but it sow appears that the rates bein remanded on new ad on renewals o old A well as rentals and tolls are ex horbitant and out of all reason now by wise and timely action these growing evils may checked Therefore in iursuanc to actions taken the County Union of A Su of K I hereby call for a mass meeting to be held at the Equity tobacco factory in ville on Monday April 55 1510 at iq oclock a m Every person interested in telephone service is im vited lively member of our presr ent farmers and independent com pang are specially requested ta tfii present My motto is the tcle should own their own youjs ania operate them at apvul Eon of ning expenso w Eat dividends to an pfte n other words let hem be operated in the interest the people J F Doss Chm The two faced individual is mitt to get it iu the neck 6 1 Lugs OwensboroFormer I ofa J t v I contracts u b y tko t ofi i i 4 J lt iEt i P x ktop ncr J a r a f f cf ti announced a y J Dues out lit flit Greets a roes t k Y w ROARK Fvirrvitwe Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wracppen SUppers Gr ve Vaults Disinfection ROARK C t If llp per 1 1 I- w They Tod to Increase tto Value of Property trILL LOWER COST OF LIVING Lands Will DsCcitled More Rapidly Mors Good Crops Will Rsisd the Consumer Wilt Re ceive Supplies at Strsllcr Prices A of horses struggling along n thud road the rntlenvor to draw j jinlf n loud afford a striking object Jospin i of roui Improvement when com J I ami team drawing a hoavllj MiUil vrtsuj t comfortable trot jilting a stone HijrfqctjJ This Iso JateU eximiplit innaf to fluUlpl J u HOWKUCO In order l obtain the pujinjr Jatlve nffert of bud mails upon trajllp in the United States Net less than SOOCOOOO Is the useless tribute nil mistily levied upon the people of tho United Stints by Its bad roads j JSIHI a Inquiry mule oUJcp of public roads Indicated flint the jiveiagp cult of hauling on roads In the Unite Sites was 25 wilts per tun per mile Ii 1POT foe IIWTHU of statistics ascertained trout iu 2JSX ciuny cornssponCujita UniJ tin v nigi cost IiI ton per tulle yas ll Jt nail the average Icngtl I if Iwul JW hales The high of 8 Is not the only burden whUh M P American people are carrying by reason of bud roads In traversing a region of country Isolated front markets by rca j Fen of bad roads one Is struck by tho i treeus of unfilled land and by the at vnrlety In the products This a condiUotj more frequently due to of fldequattt forth Jlljs than to l cf of Intel JSgence of the Inhabitant Wu point may ue Illustrated l y MS fumUjf n series of concentric circle jo be jlr3vfl Hbout a market town or railroad fit3i poijslltutlng zones of Ji Hi of rj lfj the rcds re uniformly Ld Vftttiiti f IJ t yjtnf M prccluPtK IK delivered tQ rnr Wltfm Vm second e rjurtttjii product must be XIKJ fHted of fljp length of haul XWc uniall fruits mid cuffajn 4Ui ldl l sand careful transportation mjsftf f 9 rflUvJ jw examples Ju itie tlijwl fcone suit other products be cIImlHfjJpd berauso of the jtrohlbHJvp crest pf i llng The fourth jsoue will Jufjttfp pnly fljpse 5 roducts which can be hejd fiutjl the nre passable curd thou jntttf distances and solJ at a profit JJevojid tfjjs zone the laud must be tuft iiiijnrdectfvc or utlIzctl for graz fwd timber Improvement ijf lip rpads lerdlng from tLJs murlikit widens 7imes makes uuprriluctlvo land pro uctjve and enables the farmer to PS 4rcIst n wlJcr discretion In determin ing tht ctwrncter of his crops The prosperity of thp iiilvldial farmer be comes far greeter il mule of tho railroad Increases tUi ccnsujncr re celvt better supplies nt lower prices and thus tlw btMiellrlal effects continue Jn an wWonlng circle While It la Impossible to assign an Arbitrary p rct tagj or amcunt to rcp rw ent tIe Increase it laud rnluas Jjy raison of road Improvement It Is gen erally bUprcd that the average Jn GOOD MEN PROGRESS r Be and Hmm tit t t whit JiIIt1 J outs i t ltd s j 4 I I utu 4 I cUllcJi It J I Y oos rn lip l runt coat halo tip ja irk J dusty atilt l hum insO hlud- w met u f muss i Paul jut very tike y tier aero within tho zone of iu llucnce ot un improved read ropl from 2 to 0 p r acre As there ora about STOGOOC00 flcres of farm land Improved and ored In the Unit ed States the posRjbjiJties pf aggrc Increase Ju pre ncvmou8 figures constjt to conclusive evldouco of the Immensity of irflCJcoa title common reads They do jgorer they she food for reOectlou as jto when the cumulative losses In r and tear of wagons harness an4 ieams due to poor roads will lapd us on the debit side Nobody can ever Approximately estimate this drain but everybody must know It Is In terms of millIons Time less In dollnrs Is serious enough for grave but when the ad dltloucl charge Is made that bad roads nrc a menace to our lustltutlQus our health our educational develop ment it constitutes nn Indictment of such gravity as to demand paramount consideration Hundreds of millions of fertile acres remain uutilled while the Insanitary and unwholesome city tenements are crowded With human Ixjlngd whose standard of living must rrgult In their mental moral and phys ical Aocny Jt Js LOt generally realised that our 2155000 mlles pt road constitute a great source of dI aso By means of dust disease germs enter iup humau tpstcm TWa 1s particularly true of e o II COUlt1IY lOA f pate olio U j i ntH At 4 IJIo Tt ifItV 1 rIfta i V WWi pvrD creaser I t d well t 4 I concern y a i t j a to aa- a II k tuberculosis perms Heads of the fu lure In great ropers of population will be practically dnstless nUll tijc bitumlnouH and other binders which will be used in the construction of mull roads will not only mlulmlzo the danger of disease by reducing the dust nuisance but they are in a measure possessed of antiseptic properties There Is no plisse of life In the coun sorlil or economic which Is not affected by good roads There is a direct relation bet ween improved high ways unit the value of lard the at tendance of children at school the health of the community nail every thing else trusts to make Ufo In the couvtry iUU lent And this In turn affects pcqile In the cities who live on the country prrductR It task tio malntenance of goad rands which afiVcts every person In the country no matter where he tires or what his profession Itutul building I an art bused upon n science In this age of specialists it almost surpasses belief that the Amer inti Mvple so practical in nil other Iliiis of endeavor should permit their go H rall is t WL frittered away tr mitt tae Ian TIIK CAM IUD MACAUAM1ZED n by Oren for the most part know j little or nothing about either the scl mice or the art of road building There t day more than 10JO petty road oiHchil ii hp pnitcd Slates each and fb lilt nti lvnf Bomj rnsatp Dr Very few of these men dovota iiiotp ti a fraction of their limp to road work localise their Interests lie oleo two jyjjpre and their compensation Is too small to tumble them to devote their tiro time to the work It U not stir I i sM that a century nUll a vf Hi kind of supervision has result pd Hi hv ijf mit ilmotte conditlan of cup b rords Tho reforms jiilit placp vlll provide a paratlvely small body GQyr I pctcnt road builders devoting their on j tire time to continuous road work Not only tnust the roads be built but they must be kept The road building pea haf dru begun Already groat stridp been made In recent years toward j bringing about these needed reforms In the road laws null administration fn nroylding more revenues iu dcytsing of construe jon ud to the requlrpujpRts pf modern trafflc oga W Paso In Worlds VYPFfc HASKELLS HIGHWAY PLAN Qkfahcwa Q9ycrnor Advocates a Stab Goad Roads Governor Ilnskcil FPctfplljr fjint he will roeoinmetul to the logjslature possibly at n special yes sj too prpQtlon of n state seed roads commission acd of state en glneer nnrt foVop IQ of good roads from on PPMPty futij another The building of roads that Is miuHMit ajjjl good rontls he said quite ns large nu mi Jprtaklng as bund Ing railroads They should bo pf patent and should not be stopped arbi trarily af flip county line just tup authority of county couimfs siouers does not pxjeud the iipxf county Tho way to bold pur roads state wide Is to create n good commission to act as a consulting board for the various sets of county commissioners The cugincer of the board would In fact ba n state engl Ilea who would plan the best surveys for good roads from n state standpoint and lay the plans before the sets county commissioners for approval fljy the voting of the necessary bond to 4cftjy Jhe expense by counties na must be lone jwulpr the present good state furnish Is cpuylcjl obor In KSS- Sindcluy roads are made of those two materials nnd In some parts of south ore held Jo be for particular re fious at least more praptlcablc tutu This construcllou jiow being utrc luccd In the sand hill oun try of Kansas the andy roads have agricultural crplcp mcnt by Imposing great pu the transportation of farm prcducb Garden City which Is In the snudy country polved the transportation problem by uijdjn A road through the JiIIls of that city Before this road was built farmers IjatJ to their ewJl more than tweufy time miles by roundajjont way In pr cur to roach ft market that fs pnly tem or twelve miles distant property owners of Ilutchlnsou mid counties nro now considering the ooii J g n territory that has been handicapped by heavy sand hill roads More Real Work Needed A hood roads convention Is always n helpful institution but there are n many people who would do well to spoon more time III making roads isend of attending conventions H Jortv his Just boat All full I cf to A not en i 1 I 3 be lar f on a I will I i I woli r by Iii icpt Jell adequate methods maintenance 1l Ji ll l Is p lnr C pearls hln that tho eau r Rod time U i t au lml JJ all J1 haul n of big t t h y 1 e oil amp quarters mil thou tl tell said fie tpcwilt i tJpi into o tat The Only Cand day s t nhero itbmtiercd scull great i a A DEEP MYSTERY SOLVED Women Blinded Ly Science Tho Doctor writes his proscription In Iiuu and lii ufttlont nor to what sho Is j vjolr Silo takes that much on faith If it suoulu euro her sho doesnt know curud her If tho iuJip know what did thu iaiir TLo physician 13 wli iiicr jnt tlous nil tho p3 his maUl clue Is succcrf bui often not I his mystery ci a concealed Is liiccd i t to the italic 6 Om physician of wldo and null r doea in n tL nor that Aitura provides what which is cary for our hiupiuose tso sago vrro It respond to sunshine rrrroprroat whrti t lisco of health IM doctor bollcvca that Natrro p w i at y ur tho balance of f gxxl Hidden In our American i are ianti i vrhi h vi cro tly dtrslng wuh cause v non to vilh backncho Ion pain la tho back rr f t tn ncrvou io3S and lsslfro Mt rI Svomrn wlw lave Nature who Ulto tx wander the vrood have at time or IJ Jl I If I llv root of thw pka vucn treated j8vn unu o m all cases of nervous excitability or irritability Prof D othor authority Prof P M D says of this plant nrrvous conditions depending disorders of tho fcmab cans Another plant which Is fro Ulonii3 or Unicorn root hn cx ptWRSgATOHY s U of Ma that tv Influence In an enfeebled condition of tho system with weakness or dull or lumbosncral small of tho back region In casa3 of tho womanly organs it 13 one of our meet agents acting as a utcrlno tonic and abnormal conditions fillip at tlm bnimf tiny U toiio vigor to lue organs It ii In ca palnful Trof aya roott A Is Irritability nail despondency that fti those t l ailments jnontionco Ibluslooa found especially t3 tiioso cases In fullness had tho aching Pierce chlof consulting clan Invalids and Surgita Insti W V sa that a roms native plans loaoihcr with root nn Cchosh roots when extracted by the u o of trlnlorofiiicd proper strength which Is instead almost Invariably nlrdics to women That i why Dr Picr nearly yotrs ago d up uso a vrluch ho lirJ so useful la h Dr Pjerco Is frank and about Kl mwliplno called Plcrcos Favorite tolls what 13 cantainod la not a euroall ca It serves only aft I f n f n peculiar weaknesses xip for Solo fur euro of such maladies tho Ingredients of which have tho cn loading medical practl tionars ancj vrUw pa v if known rmnodlcs f r t o ailments let which vPavorUo Prascr tion Is advlFwl this will bo learned to time readers satisfaction by parustaj n booklet il extracts by Pierce from standard authorities the several schools practice and which will bo sent fret on ice same mailed to Dr R V Pierce Cuffnlo N ItrtandVAIbriu psr Pierres IVfj o ij io woman peculiar wooUnoss and aRe tlons of vhlch ar prlntol upon tho lx in so all It ma know exactly what arc using rcruwn for tho a drop of alcohol lie docs not be liovo an alcoholic compound is bone for thoso women bccairo tho aftereffect of wines or alcoholic medicines is Invalid nervous women What la done am prepared to do payemen concrete work and shal glad to make esljrnates In pave limestone IB used in base surface throughout complying wit city specifications in every particu Give me an opportunity to bit your contracts R C MCCRACKEN The Repeied POLANDCHINA BOAR mel I t itar alto t1 co pre not ho It Uo ar but flU 1 tito wfmln c 1t0l h dLI ol 11 OOr x con t lxnrl pasc c or tho only n a vcr wIth to e trc Itir found In our forests 13 fi plan t1 general dig I u pelvic ir3 irregularities and 3 J IUS n tIn br1rh down rd us if felt out vI 1 of the of o sM c f ttPrlsc iI- I ctt r Itho a 3 brims for t s ot Y o t rotllents plan the unprecc cnlcd rmull1rJLr of the ravorlto PrescrIption tl use women to ho found hi it contnlns toe harm tt lon t COD r t Y9fk Qntri1 fed andother s J 7 v1 t xiant rti lies h Iri stlC blind experience a doem lr acres tr sstanIQt will t is bar caw ants another t sir cdItrJ This is not beautiful but efuiiris llmt pro gl mat lctnil Exorcises t c hence p n tiled water Gar tin f hli q lInt an it s mcr loldm flume g use i Went n to art to fid women r dlhto throw 5 gists file an tc s rapper r 5 ciala id loot thn4 ldl vtq aria f flL broodsa t NOXAL YONDER Ho 7450 sjrg Feffett Wonder dan QUEER QUALITY fine individual from a perfect strain of prize winners is now service at ipp cash in hand The patronage of the public is solicited J B COOMBS URABLECHEAR- WRITl fOR 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