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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j l 1j 1 if11 Record Advertiing Costs Nothing It pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates 1lAstiXJQCI C il r lltrt rr q I 17 aLYttA f i Feathcn Tallow Bee wax Gnen Ccldea Se 0YeEow Root May Apple Wild Cinder etc We am ia Loulirule and can do better fcr you than or ecwnusoQ Merchant Reference LouimSe Writ for weekly pticelUt and shipping tars Rl Sabol Sono 229 1 Market St LOUISVILLE KY Very Serious a very serious matter to ask fcr one medicine and havo the wrong one given you Fcr this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine DRAUGHT Liver The reputation or tufa old relia bit medicine for constipation end liver trouble is established It does not imitate other madicines It is better than others or it would not be the fa vorite liver powder with a sale than till others combined SOLD IN TOWN Fa dealers Ont hail century ill Dank iD BLj edt h rid ii agents any indigestion firmly DR J W BARLOW Crown and Bridge Work done at reasonable prices O Dice up stairs In the Juncn Building Greenville Ky DR and burgeon Office Maincross street near Maiustreet I CAM HOWARD GRAY TOWARD GRAY LAWYERSOffice la Green Building opposite LaHeade Hotel DR LOUELLA HELTSLEY OSTEOPATH Office at Home East Maincross Street Telephone No 78 Z O KING Notary Public andLi censed Auctioneer 7 CENTRAL QITY KY Sales Hiile Anywks in County Terms Reasonable iSix 93 Phone 8 Route 11GTW0EN Louisville and Chicago BEST LlSfB TO California the Vast Northwest Two trains daily UNION STATION LOUISVILLE STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E H BACON D P A N W Cor 4th and Market Sts LOUISVILLE KY Roarks furniture polish is some better than the rest and is sold considerably cheaper and with broadest guarantee money back if not better than any you ever used to take for ycur fomalo trouble arc sure it A 3 vli help you that thte great iomab remedy DENTIST T JSl4TON Physic Ion WADE n I h an rJj I DEARBORN bat the I WeAskYou Card f f iiI tr t e rre ckickAnak t- a catRem hr NO 270 We ahlp vehicles Direct from our C O D Consumer subject to examination null It Uof the greatest importance to the Globe Co o one who deals v illi us a pli nsccl and Satisfied Customer No effort to make each shipment stuh excel lei t value in quality cf finish aidvehicle that It will be a Lasfnrf Advertisement and bring lift many orders in return you you an honestly wade bu y at a less the vriil recommend our goods to ne bur Ocr Guarantro isahsolutcl ns fiord to our c stoircra as it would be to a dealer I f Iocdsaro not ns your money is returned to you ko no risk Wo manufacture honest Vehicles and Harness money Oil orders Writo for our Free HujUy anti Harness Citaojce GLOBE BUGGY HARNESS COMPAN OWENSBORO KENTUCKY I Harm l r I Lid OU ou 0 our cUlitomcra I ft I r l f I i TWO INONE alt nu a R Profit ur g represented 4 Y v JRtOtv KING THROAT AND LUNG OF REMEDIES Unfon iuccx Poultry r n- fwr null ftnea or poultry j rd and and at H Ujat Writ for at too an tt rtl tar tmrtxuM WON PENCE co x xanx m g nm city C M HOWARD CO CiA Th nit DQ 11 Mo I r for 1Ci Mac nes in rotary vibrator needles shuttles etc in stool for all machines Y ro A GO EXPERIENCE Vhite Sewing and ROARKS STORE ter 13TmiiA Jan4MeclrttC 1 a rt tttraa mL rerrrtaA- t I cant I elettrkkytho eandhaeto JueI k hnplt ptar FiND I alclloltidu es Sam k col for It gal nmr t 1 ILISr Rllalatroar JFamru Pub Co 3 r b 1caum s Lxton Nos tbntonrn hr ti rets e yrurylwly AAta1C tl l- IIt1rrMiNt IIYttA cs1 A tt ihsauttwhrklrru r t to r 1r rIK anea M e- rdddue qcsik rrset 4tnqIe r n r r N rH n rualla lbs a1 r x1 ilmtrlcaaPjlalajr yJaaY YEARS a TRADE RlArws DESIGMQ nenrtliisj a shclrh and may our Oi icn free nn JnTonllon tlonintrlciiyniUliIcitllal Patents tent OLcnry toe r patents Iuloiits iK u ft Co rctxlva iptctal wi 1U the A hnnrtsomely IHnMrnlnd wcchV iJinrwt elr cnlutloii iiiirKieiilU irnal year four nuiiitta 11 txiid byal noireilcnlcrn UrancJj onica C3 F Et Vrastiiuaton D C 9 COPYRIGHTS cli t10 Oil hot U fl gno J fJ A r 1 Anyone in III Irst wont tanmolt char o wrYB nrns UP 0361Rtosdwny 7rJ tCi MuhlefeLtf County I is rich in coal iron tr potters clay and the most inviting field in for investment ofcapital and pluck JiIIII TL7 rfJi JIIlXIICIICixrto etc Kentucky nlC5iiIJIWI o i y LF lips QS fSif4tfY 1 Tfil4rfr Y VOL XII NO 12 GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY APRIL 28 1910 50c PER YEAR IN e F ADVANCE The Civic Club The Civic Club of Philadelphia is one of the strongest civic organiza eons in the United Statcs Mrs Owen Wister Chairman of the Civic Committee is also State Chairman of Civics She has sent out the following pertinent questions Is your town clean Are your front yards attractive and your back yards orderly Are there tomato cans bish on your streets Arc you planting trees and vines to insure beauty and retain the moisture in the soil Is your drinking water wholesome or is there a tendency towards ty phoid and other dread diseases which remains unchecked Is your street lighting furnished at a moderate cosi Are your schools modern and the curriculum sensible and the teachers well paid Ob your citizens like to seethe best men in office or do they some times incline to the inefficient And do your best men sometimes have no time tor civic duties Do the woman of your town so arrange their time that they have leasure to read together about civic improvements and educational ques lions or are they inclined to give too much time to trifling occupations Are the young girls growing up to value and participate in the house hold arts or are they inclined to thrbw everything they think dis agreeable upon their mothers Bronchitis Bronchitis Is the name given to any inflammation of the mucous membrane of the bronchial tubes In the fairly healthy adult an attack of acute bronchitis is not a very terrifying thing although it is most distressing and disagreeable It Is as if an severe cold thou of the tubes results m a con stant cough and sense of breathless ness The temperature rises the patient feels sick the more so that the incessant coughing does not result in the throwing off se cretion to speak of In a day or two the inflammation inthe tubes subsides the tempera ture goes down there are less and less sense of oppression and the se cretion gradually becomes freer From this point there is gradual re covery as from an ordinary had cold On the other hand inle very old or very young or with those whose power of resistance are less ened any cause whatever bron chitis is a dangerous disease It has a tendency to run from the acute into the chronic form in which the sufferer may be perfectly well during the summer months or while in a warm climate but at the least chill or exposure must expect and get his inevitable attack of with symptoms persisting until the return of warm weather The moral of this is that it is most essential to give proper treatment during the acute stage The need of watchful care during a bronchial attack will be the more appreciated when it is understood that such an attack may be the beginning sign and warning of a tuberculous trouble and furthermore that whooping cough and measles sometimes begin that way In any case whether the attack be simple bronchitis or a warning of some other trouble the first rule should be straight to bed In fact this good oldfashioned rule at the onset of any type of socalled be bettered A wise secondary rule is to stay in bed till the temperature has been normal for a day or two If this were observed relapses would be fewer and convalescences shortened Never mind how mild the trouble promises to be a physican should be at summoned not only be cause he only incompetent to recog nize danger signals but also because there many alleviations in his power of the numerous painful distressing symptoms of this dis orde 1 l andrub f x r It co sty the 1 1 1 it t 1 roatj irkcaon down chest The ofany from twIn 4 f II coldcannot tI once 1 oy cr Ai q t ter r r 4 t 4ta 2 n cougl iristead ofcoJlfinidg t Lei t y herbtadYriridt v rider the irrita N a bronchitis t a z i a are as- a rf V v I4 d Pointed Paragraphs The increased cost of living doesnt worry the husky hobo The man who isnt capable of giving advice always has the habit A farmers wife says that boys are almost as hard to raise as turk eys A woman will take a mans word for any thing she is unable to dis proveA can get his undcrtanding polished for a nickel but not his intellect If a man says he doesnt know what fear is he is either a liar or a bachelor Thcaverage man would blown up by his wise than by an automobile Children would be more we were less anxious to make ling profitable to them There are too many who would rather go over the falls than not seem to be in the swim One little moth that gets away worries a woman more than all her early love affairs put together Many think they have the faith that is ready to die when they save only the fanaticism that is anixous to killThere must be something wrong with the statement that the cucumber contains 95 per cent of water That would leave only 5 per cent for colic Star Fanittire MiMiigs Wall Paper We carry on our floors and in our ware rooms the largest variety of Furniture in MuhlenbergIf have what you want we will get it for you We have factory con nections with makers of the finest hoods 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 wflRwf HoIdjflgtocii Wallpaper Is BOW a staple article of mer handise being used all the year round And we always have full selections prices 5 cents and up per roll Btigtovw latrjralmtijtS- STOur 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 UriertiHig and Eftbalning Coffins in White Enamel and Stained Varnish finish Caskets in White Enamel Natural Woods White Colored and Black Cloth Covered and Copper lined airtight Caskets all lengths and regular extra end double extra widths Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes in stock for immediate delivery Burial Robes Wrappers Suits Dresses Slippers rte in largo 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 sub ject to call anywhere Private LongDistance Tele phones Day Store No 72 Night Home No 108 Residence ISO yards from store Prompt service any hour day or night The J I ROARK ESTATE ORIEN L ROAM Henafcr 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 treat ment is required The free application of Chamberlains Linimenti- s all that is needed and it is cer tain to give quick relief Lire it a trial and see for yourself how quickly it relieves the pain and oreness Price 250 large size Soc Give Miss Lena Arnold your laundry she represents Metcalfe of Hopkinsville one of the best plants in this state Roark is specially prepared to do disinfecting and is subject to call anywhere rather itourIts N It1a are 4Iw7afcjiit r 11 J1 constantly RhUUlnatiSin ifntj iot 1 1 Ln c I I I be truthful if all luetallic t Two BUSINESS LOCALS Give your job printing orders to Toe RECORD For firstclass livery service in including closed carriages call on Barbour Head Get a set of pncumntic rubber tops for your typewriter keys Greatest aid to operation of any machine Roark has them and you are asked to rail fur a look Pittman Bras slay 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 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 otter selection Take advantage of our clubbing offer and getthe daily nal three months and THE RECORD one year for only 150 appreciate delivery Courier A Little Good Paint in every day delay costs you money The rain snow ate work Lumber costs too paint It costs less to ux paint than to go with out it Vc tic nothing good piat on our work GARTERStrictly Pure WHITE LEAD Pure Linseed Oil Pure Turpentine and tho most expensive colors The kind cf pant we use never cidc or scales only years wen will remove it Let u you when ready to paint We guarantee n firstclus and durable job prices Dont put it off J H HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 J fiT jmio bciMin need run touch to let it dewy for bunt a isle itt17D o cf o Wo Buy FURSHides and Wol i I This Is on every box of the genntne I IMiG that titter q ceW one Cat f 1 4 tl Jt Laxative nine Tablet fs k 1HEDr I m ro f10Jj I iUJm i j has brcuth relief to thousands of Sj Jher sick vomen so why not to P YOU For headache backache g l periodical pains weak nsss many have said it Is the fe AT FACTORY PRICES GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS I o t medIclna T U 1rt in rIhis CitY mi R i cma1 be to t3k3 Mild i r Colds in any part of body v n ANY an i lUifumatlBui Croup etc nfluend Whooping Coiipti fly Dealer CCc V It CUrt Taken r I1 Url C IU t tvnc0laWtart a 1 N t h t 1 vIi i r tiawhero otheraallefne tally Udaxlll hrto b uru tine hero KINGS NEW DISCOVERY FOR COUGHS COLDS CURES THROAT LUNG DISEASES SAVED HER SONS LIFE My ton Rex was taken down a year with lung trouble Wedoctored some months without improvement Then I began giving well and works every cfcy SOLD AKD GUARANTEED BY All Druggists sec AJD sico in K3 of her death too much for me Pj 1 tailed in health I vas tred sM did not want to anywhere ncr care for company I had A dear friend advised ni2 to take Cardui as its S3 had done her so much good co I commenced to use it f 2 now I 2m In health Womens pains are relieved or prevented and womens restored by the womans riotHc yourself know best if you need it or not If you do need it do not but commence to use it at once Every day of delay only lets you slide further down the Dont wait then but to take Cardui today for its use no matter how prolonged cannot harm you and will surely do you good Write to Ladles Advisorr Dept Chattanooca Medldae Co Chattanooga for Special nod GUpJtc book Home Treatment for Women sent free j DR i f AND ILL IND I betterIMRS SANP RIPPIE dva 3 r nffr Failed 0 n l AUl Vlard of I a1d r1C is care for sixI had never been this with the shock wa the headache all the tim and such and good e CARDUX rIle4 You Tea11I nOr L s r b s y Mo b Heal tMy mother Cel six years rIll left clilcen tlin and tado painsy Jtlirlt r i rs yt bc iI 5 5 t l htu rat V 0tar19arcook J 1970 7 is ready to moil It will be sent to any person interested m on receipt of 7 cents to cover The represents an entirely new idea in nurserymens literature is a art as well as a catalogue cf Stark its covers are 32 illustrations of and floivcrs representing 17S varieties done in four colors and exactly reproducing and dozens of the very best tn horticultural world are fully described illustrated and priced To one one tree or fruits or ornamental this book is of inestimable value a horticultural textbook a guide to selection Stark trees have stood the test of planting for 85 years are the yardstick other nursery products are are the first choice of country a most successful The success of the orchard is dependent on of tree planted Stark varieties are the best of the best of 85 years of successful a positive guarantee of tree quality Before you decide to buy send 1 mats for the Stark Year Book do it today before the edition is exhausted Stark Bros Nurseries and Orchards Co Louisiana Missouri Officers W A Wickliffe President C E Martin VicePresi dent John T Reynolds Jr 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 wing Stack rr l nature descriptions prices and records Stark DelicIOus the apple and established anew of selling at 1000 per bushel box this Stark King David another gyp c of and Stark Philip a of upren all the 5T A 1laOtla Bat WAUPAP R t Spei l 1 M ftcw tIi fuvtNt t I x S 1a orchalt standard ap tla vaues ear merit r t a b which t is 1 5reenvilte e tucky tr Pries Roarks c 1 I toOt r p Qbffi niL L0 ig r iudtil1d nl t Mpa per YDnLtenA TuumloJAr1l UT RtCOllD fifSS f w rwa M N1IN MW NV u w owl Ittet- 1mNldent OIUEX I KOAUH Secretary ROAKIC EDITOR LongDistance Telephone rio 72- Ofitoe In new Bones rear of store floor 50 CENTS PE YEAR ADVANCE TERMS The price of paper Is pnyft ble in advance n the xplr i to whlcii It U pats the paper will be stopped Cards of thanks obituary noUc s etc If nol longer ten linn will nW bp l fro A charge of So r line will ho mmlo for ttnoreea lines No nriatlon of thin rule anyor Free wimple copies will be nrnllH- AdrertliwrnenU vlll be InwitiM rule card will be furiilHhod on re- A l lreMnllcom nnRlC4Jii Vo ill re mlttaucea payable to P- iOceu 4u Ky THURSDAY AFRIL 28 1910 Entered at the QrecnTlHe Ky poatofflee a matter THAT oyster with fifty four pearls was a great improvement over the with iecooco typhoid germs Is MISSOURI which thinks of ousting the packers prepared to lead the vegetarian life until a few corner butcher shops can be opened WOMEN in the suffrage organiza tions are learning to play politics so they will be ready to get into the game as soon as they secure the ballot SPEAKER is like the pitch er that went to the well once too and got a glass in conse quence or suffered soave other acci dent equally distressing a Missouri court you g pf contributory negli gence if gp just as would be if you pounded nails v fwitlra stick of dynamite WE are glad that Mr Bryan is back and we hope for the sake of Harmony he will stay Jeston News and Courier Wayback and sit down A BUTCHER in Jola las prom ises his customers that his market wiH be on the same buts if nut onabcller scale Thescale usually more to blame than the basis THE second anniversary of Dr Cooks discovery of the north pole passed off last Thursday without special ceremonies Among those not present was the extinguished ex plorer WITH various crusty old stand packing their grips to leave Washington for good nnd the countrys more hopeful for the ad ministration to popularize itself AMONG other things heaved over board lo lighten a vessel stuck on a were tons of American novels Of course they were light and drift etl ashore some of them on the Scilly islands This will insure an uncommonly silly season A MINERAL expert says the coal supply in the United States will last for years he may not have taken into account the remark able coalconsuming capacity of the furnace in your house and the extra lengths of winter we are having A HOLV ROLLER prophet some where in the cast predicted that the end of the world would come last v Thursday We have watched the dispatches carefully and arc able to state in the most positive manner that the end didnt come WHEN Roosevelt returns to his native land and settles down to a life as humdrum as he will allow get then will come the true test of his greatness Will he be able to his ego and make it his of his boss It will be remembered that he had some ego when he started out but under such favorable conditions it must have grown to where the handling of it will be u difficult matter SAMUEL LANGHORNE CLEMENS Mark Twain jester satirist hu morist novelist reformer and phil osopher slats at his home Storm field near Redding Conn last Thursday night and was buried be side the bodies of his wife and chil dren in Elmira N Y Sunday after noon His works are prized the whole world round because they full of the kiudliness of unspoiled human nature and of sweet and help ful humor ftUC i fL K ftfe J IN the and Ulan tog to nit S one oJ pen arm i Acap near a mule tor 1 t backChar nit J patters l goodtheir goodthe l q j reef 49t3 Rut IP l t i I 9 nntinsteadIi d a I a i 1 iJ g 1 ah r fI tt Ar2 jil a I 11Ai f lOr t tJfiitrt J ii l JRIIS round telf t ii ul alit iu1 second class n v CANNON itot ale ift foil you t is outs Y r 1 Sa news 4 J s to s lathe sere w r t as r- f R p I a tare1 fir h k t MUCH AccomplisheJ Through Re vivals In Towns and Cities UNIQUE METHODS EMPLOYED Pamphlets Distributed Placards DIs played and Signs Painted on Carts of Street Sweepers as Practiced at a Revival In Grand hapids Mich Towns and cities strlvlnK for self improvement haw rtlftcrnit stories in tell be ii use in two air llx local conditions the simi litle ilu meth ods cniplnjoii slier even mure widely than the Tlio situation Is liowever suiiiclentlr sliulinr In nil mans fur each to learn something of value frnni experience of the nrs The story ot the civic revival lu Urnnd Rapids Mich Is especially val WWII interesting because the method that are so satisfactory there roitkl IIP implied In every town nod city In the United Stalls Hap Ids Is well slmnird Hie residential dls irlcts hritiK apart leant Hie business section oils on considerably higher mod ilniff aiTordlng good drnlunxe clearer air and beautiful views lu the CIVIC IrnfRfST tin lIlIlln lull the tit h 111 hIt j 4KEN1NGOF Grails STUBPT awEEJEJl qjtASD BAPtpS MICH Aipprlcup City Magazine New vorHj business section most of the streets are ot a regulation width excepting the principal retail thoroughfares wbc lire ninth wdor In the resideutlnl districts the houses are set bad with beautiful lawns between them and the jjlevaIKs alTonliug a hcautlfn1 sight ac ono pnssoc down the si runt The revival was started by a citizen who tools a live interest in public matters end the citys welfare in time he in terested other good citizens in munici pal affairs gradually sought the old of the common council of the city and llnally succeded III his object The grand rpvlyql s lit test under way nil descriptions were circulated broad east through the schools and factories Placards were displayed In store win dows and Invitations sent to organiza tions societies mid clubs to tnlte part n the movement The board of trade appointed a general chairman quit he In turn appointed subcommittees tor beautirylnr Improving the oily nnd making U a more healthful cleaner tend better governed plate to reside and do business III Any citizen Interested in the work Is at liberty to Julu one of these committees A unique idea de vised by those interested In the revival Is the signs painted on the carts of the street cleaners The men employ ed us street sweepers not only pick up litter but pass out handbills to citi zens requesting tuft Hie rubbish cans lie put to full use The evlrulst eep up the public Interest by Holding many meet lugs and invent many meth gait for Improvement and seel thus to arouse general interest They hold vlsjon of the city ng it miiy uo lnMiitlriil convenient orderly from dUscnse and then keep calling attention to the vision Care of Street Trees Now Is the time that Industrious cHI EPII of country communities should begin on the Improvement work li their home towns Few things are Wore Important and one ot the things that should receive tint attention Is the cure of the shade trees A thing that Is of great Importance In the ears of the trees Is proper pruning Tbo cut should be made close to and over with tbo trunk When pruning is pros only done the scar will heal When phort stumps fire left they dry mid rut prevent the wound from healing and ramp decay into the tree A that Is neglected when trees are left to the Individual to look after Is the plating of guards around them Of nil mechanical Injuries to shade trees those by horses are most fatal On nip street having trees may be found scores of examples of trees which had been barked by horses The anuual layers of wood frail to cover up tile portion whore bark had been stripped The exposed wood dries checks mois lure causes It to rot null the decay la soon carried to the heart of the tree Work For Live Improvers In small towns where none but tbo must general laws prevail It Is teary to form nn Improvement society to look after the health nnd well being of the citizens The laws of must be observed Both sewers Mtrface drainage should be provided by the people as a whole and where no city government exists this Is a rrnnil work for n live Improvement so rlety for town betterment Have you a ring or other jewelry some cane la or other item that you want engraved Take it to Roark and the work will be done quickly in best manner Call on Leslie Hale next to National Bank for candies sundries cigars tobacco etc f3 i I PAm Itlllllhhh Ieatl r silverware J h t r I st you uuget and lithe fro nece nn Iirr i p e BIfi CIRCUS At Owensboro Ringling Bros Worlds Grcacst Shew to Be There On May 13 Ringling Brothers Worlds Great est Shows will on Friday May 13 give two performances in Owens boro This will be the only op portunity this year of seeing the best of all circus entertainments This is the show that amazed New York City with its European com patty t f actors and its extensive new menagerie Its parade is the longest and most superb spectacle that ever passed through the streets city on earth On April 3 1883 the five brothers gave their first performance i their home town Baraboo Wis on the public square They made their own tent and their own ring properties The audience sat on planks borrowed front a lum ibrr yard They had but one horse From that little affair to their present stupendous organiza tion the history ot the Ringling Brothers reads like a fairy talc They began with nothing They now own the greatest amusement enterprise in all history The reason of their success is no secret It is a peculiar combination of the right kind of talent and a policy of uprightness in the public Even during days it was a good show It was small but it was an earnest Without capital the five young men struggled against the bitterest opposition They won the con fidence of the public and have kept it because they have al ways deserved it A vary few years after that first performance their began to sit up and take serious notice when mention of the Ringling Brothers was made They realized they had an opposing force to com pete with that had come to stay In a few years more the Ringling Show took first place among the tent shows of America There is will always stay It has become the leader in the art of entertain many European feat man at Berlin Scheveningen and Frankfort Albert Schuman as a trainer of horses is the most man in history He has made ten millions of dollars exhibiting the animals he has trained Tourists miles out of their way to visit his institutions in Germany There are fifteen animals in his act They enter the arena concealed in large beer hal rels piled on an im mense brewery wagon They are not discovered by the audience they kick the heads out of the barrels and jump into the ring They begin their act by pulling the bungs from kegs drawing a beer like fluid from the tap and drinking it from big glasses They other around In barrels They waltz in time to music They skip the rope and smoke pipes From the beginning to the end of their act they remain standing on their hind feet Another great act is presented by the Saxon trio of the worlds strong est men Two of them form the pillars of a bridge over which passes an automobile with six passengers Still other novel and great acts are presented by the Lorch family of acrobats from Germany the great Alexis family of aerialists Roble dillo the Spanish wizard of the wire the Dutton family of riders and the greatest company of clowns in the world The new parade is a marvel of beauty The new menagerie is a complete collection of animals Eating for Strength The greatest pleasure to be de rived from eating is the pleasure ono gets in the knowledge that his food Is giving him greater strength and vi talityBecause of this fact there is a increase in the consumption oC Quaker Oats ovary time the strength or by experiments in families it has been found to be a food without an equalIt the muscles and brain taxing the digestive organs It costs so little anyone can afford It and it is so carefully prepared and packed that it is absolutely pure and clean A Quaker Oats eating family ia always a healthy family 11 Oats Is packed in regular packages and also in large size family packages The latter very for those not near the store You can use Roarks furniture cost if it is not satis factory in every way as it is sold positive guarantee and no questions asked I I I I I ofany I I I I dealingwith itsearly endeavor rivals where- it mentAmongthe travelmany until rolleach constant havedwith- out 1sIze convenient polishwithout sunder j 7j i one ting always ores offerc t11is ear are theSchnCllsi wonderful GENERAL INSURANCE OJ j I 0 I 1eJ BlAGVlflL nOt K I We represent the Home Insur ance o of N Y r that all inds of farm and city property Zr writes FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYERS LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY BONDS GIVE US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE BLACKWELL ROARK GREENVILLE KY KENTUCKY We announce to our trade and the pub tic that our stocks of goods in all depart ments are larger and better selected than ever in our history We carry a varied line of 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 Department We have just added an Undertaking Department to our I business and will carry a comprehensive line of Coffins Cas kets Robes Suits Wrappers and Dresses Also have a Hearse f in service on call anywhere Orders in this line given prompt t and careful attention any hour day or night Telephones Store Ho I Night Ho I or 3 i The BRIDGES SHANNON CO 1 DEPOY KENTUPKY t ql i 4i4 ti fity g Jr A FRY WORDS TO THE ARE YOU RAISINS ANY SHEEP u I s jMJ sir m The BRIDGES SUANNON 0 tt 1 Ii1 IPI tm DEPOYM t llm f t t O i1 JJ NtIJL t an can supp y mostot c wan o U t t i- tt if it- g j 1 m I iI I t ij i I n o i J Ip e e c s gB rAkMFR r e I 1 ii RIANOESEt he- fl 1 hi 1 s a c l IF YOU ARE bear in mind that we are 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 prices for your you have your sheep sheared bring the clip to us and receive honest weights and spot cash woolwhen We are successors to H E Eaves in the feed busi ness and we 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 F A I fftRFNRoark bid next door to Males l Subscribe for Ihe Record Only SOc t I t 4 f r js Y i r e e o a 1 A New Newspaper A New Newspaper the v Edited and published by R O Pace at Greenville made its appearance APRIL 1 1Q1O SOME OF ITS FEATURES 9 All home print all th home news Republican in politics but fair to everybody Devoted to the countys social moral educational indusv political welfare Pertinent editorial comment on matters of public interest A free and exchange column for use of its subscribers except regular dealers A circulation from the beginning of nearly 2000 One Dollar per it JOB DEPARTMENT The Sentinel has one of the most complete job offices in Western Kentucky This department is under the supervises 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 Satin faction guaranteed Out Way of Selling 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 ACME QUALITY kind of paints enamels stains varnishes all carrying the guar nntee mark Ir J SENTINEL trialand want u allof yearandworth 4f r oldcustomers Allmachinery paintor stainwe 4 D a rr f a a aMF if ld j j MUIIRNBk 4 r ray 4 w r 1 J k 1 f 4 i tl iII I M With every purchase of the Acme Quality kind we give you free The Selection and Use of Paints and Finishes plete paint book ever published A Greenville Milling Go Incorporated theonlycom THE Save 75 ACME rIHD BY PURCHASING ONE OF OUR FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only 25 The regular price is Sioo Those who or this advertisement to us days after it and telling us where they saw itwill be able to have one reserved at the rate of 25 Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready now buy one future use mails I f i l Ol 7 i j it JLOUISVILLE KY J t l i w y it 00 1 tt 1ot t PRINCIPAL i BUSINESS COLLEGESyNeroeTCD 4- Sccond and Walnut Streets s u 3 Roarkst te- f 11P ti H STUM Cashier 4 0 j 01 4 0 t 4 r o I tJ 2 t j tc V Gi I 1fi f I We Solicit Your Business L A J d R1TT T lw FARMERS TATE BANK OPENS MONDAY9 MAY 2 a 6 Absolutely Pure delicious healthful give the most valuable ingr e the active princtp e to LOCAL TIME CARD KOUTO BOUND KO 123 LonlsrUlc Kxpreas 1125am 103 Cincinnati Express 151pm 101 Louisville Limited 408 am 130 Central City nccom 715pm SOUTHBOUND KO 135 Pndncnli null Cairo nccom 5 15am 121 Fulton Accommodation 1240pm 101 New Orleans Special Nov 22 1009 Agt JUDGE NOT JJV ADELAIDE A PltOCTEU 1 Byrau Waller Procter was born In London Oct SO 1625 nod died In that Feb a IK61 She wrote beuutl fnl lyrics perhaps her best known of work Is The Lost Judge not the workings of his brain And of his heart thou canst not see What looks to thy dim eyes a stain In Gods pure light may only be A brpugbt from some well won field Where then wuuldst only faint and yield t be a The soul has closed in fight With some Infernal fiery foe Whose glance would scorch thy amlllng grace And cast thee shuddering on thy facet The fall thou dnrcat to despise May be the angels Blackened hand sins suffered it that he may rise And take a tinner surer stand Or trusting less to earthly things May henceforth lens to use his wings And judge none lost but wait nail With hopeful pity not disdain The depth of the abyss may be The measure of the height anti pain And love and glory that may rise This soul to God In after days 10 for correspondents Cleanup days May 23 Good morning Have you cornet ted yet r March in like a lamb and April is going out like a lion Mr Cecil E Roark of Louisville is spending a few days at his old Monday was county court day this added somewhat to the owd in town that day Cabbage and tomato plants for sale W F Johnston Mr C A Driskill left last week for Owensboro where he will make a stay of some time If you have not done so help the Y M C A If you have done so see if you cannot increase your offerings What happened to the man who began to his straw hat about a month ago We do not see him any more Give Pittman Bros your meat orders New shop best service Mr R Y Thomas is home from Washington for a short stay spend ing sometime with his constituents here and other counties in the dis The ladies auxiliary promises to be one of he in the success of the Y M C A They have much at interest and planning liberally and largely the usefulness and attractiveness of the splendid home for our men and boys s I c R It 6I 340 pm WO eRA WlOJlD oe8 teo lIeI hle Anne Procter was the nulhter of DI1T CornwaU SIR 4 elt m u I ece J fi S9 Ifbt r- n 0 l a home- S a iK J js 3 p o of Lwear t 1 It trict o J j most impI- Ii 1 are 1t fort I J c IL f J l l t 7S a car e r t at vets th Slay token that below LI deadly i see 1 came w ra e i RM1 5 i r 1 Y i j r i 4 r Insures ivholcsois3 and delicious food for every feb day in every tiome NO ALUM IOYAIBakingPwdcr Little Co Peep has lost her sleep Looking for Halleys comet Let it alone nnd twill come home With Us tall before or from it Dont forget the dates May 2d and 3d cleanup days The grand jury has been doing some good it is said Drummers have been thicker here for the past ten days than for many months See the Rockwell corner dust shield at Roarks One of our humorists sizes up the weather by saying that we are living in the dark age Greenville expects woman and child to do their duty on cleanup days Circuit court crowds are still at the minimum but the business end This has certainly been a war of the elements and the fragments been doing damage down Messrs C W Taylor Chas Wickliffe and C A Williams were in Madisonville a day or so this week Telephone No 5 and your laundry will be called for and delivered The oldest inhabitant even has been downed by the spell of weather through which we are passing Best meats of all kinds at Pittman Bros new meat shop Telephone No 279 Miss Mary Swain of Rock Kau sas is visiting relatives in Hopkins county and will behere next week for a stay of some time with relatives and friends gfcFoi firsNclass livery service including closed carriages call on Barbour Head Did you ever see such a protract ed spree of ugly weather at this time of year If you say so you must confess to a great years of existence The severe weather is causing a heavy mortality all over the coun try and our vicinity and county are not escaping the visits of the grim reaper Stair carpet fasteners and corner dust shields at Roarks All finishes in stock An object in the eastern sky yes terday morning with features of radiance was the cause of much observation comment and There was considerable as to the identity of the body some persons declaring it was the sun while almost an equal host stood out that it was et The of such abbreviated duration that no con elusive decision could be reached and further observations will be made if possible mm School books for all grades can be found at the new store of Leslie Hale and school supplies of all kinds also t I I everyman I swinging rig S tillliJI t 1 1 J I have below I I conjecture di- versIon HaJleys com appearance was f3 qf f t C i I many i NinetyFirst Anniversaryi Muhlcnherg Lodge No 94 I D O F of this city observed the anniversary of the order in America Tuesday night and a great time was had by local and visiting and the new candidates brought the local membership to very near the hundred mark The Masonic lodge was used for the work and here were six new members started on the road J J Rice Orien L Roark J W I C Wells C B Wright and R P Martin After these exercises the lodge adjourned to the Y M C A rooms where a satisfying lunch was served the sandwiches salads tickles berries cream cake fruits etc being very pleas ing accompaniments to a delightful was lnvitedTo and the splendid service of thjs team was highly appreciated There were many members present from other lodges in the county as well as visitors from other sections and the 130 present would have been augmented by many more but for the weather The local lodge one of the most the county and is growing at a rapid Snow Sleet Jail Rain Frosts and High Winds All Over tke Country We have gotten off light in the chilly snowy blasts that have been sweeping the country for the week We have had only two of snow soon disappeared without doing damage and light frosts that were destructive only to a limited degree Millions of dol tars losses have been sustained by the country and much damage has been done to the fruit and crops of the south We to have been in a favored belt i Miss Jettie Brenner of GuthrIe is visiting her sister Mrs L Hum mel The girl who is to be the queen of the May had better have her heavy clothing handy Just the thing for thecorners of rooms and for stairways is the dust shield See it at Roarks Mr T B Pannell is laid up with an attack of rheumatism which has been causing considerable pain A large line of new millinery was received by Mrs M E Martin this consignments will be re ceived frequently during the season Mrs Jane Love who has been in failing health for some time is from complications causing anxiety to her family and friends Hot and cold baths day and night and Sunday until 1030 a Sam Ree Martins barber shot Mrs Jinnie Roark and Carol Jonson and Mary Elizabeth Roark and Mrs Willie Igleheart of Sacramento who have ben visiting relatives in Kansas for some weeks returned here Tuesday gist members initiated Johnston social o ion Bremen No c oIl tlte4workj excellent is progressive in rate past which cotton appear Rockwell weekand suffering many mat E grandchildren I 2 f i room lodes 66 inch c a to Death of Eugeie Miller Mr Eugene Miller aged years died of consumption at the home ot his parents Mr and Mrs John S Miller at 10 oclock last Friday night following confinement for al most a year Mr Miller had been a known sufferer from the disease for several years and hud every treatment that offered re lief and had spent much time at various points in the west but with little effect He returned here last spring Deceased had lived in Owensboro for the past dozen years but made frequent visits to his par ents and was well known and uni versally liked here everyone being hIs friend Funeral services were conducted at the home by Rev W J Mahoney at 830 oclock Satur and the body was carried to Ovensboro Sunday where it was deposited beside that of his wife who died ot the same disease about year and a half ago Greenville has no more popular son than Eu gent Miller and his parents have the profound sympathy of all people A sister Mrs Jake Gard ner of Indianapolis and one Mr James Miller of Booneville Ind also survive Death of Mrs Jackson Willis Jennie wife of Mr Jackson Wil lis died at her home in the east the city at 8 30 oclock Monday morning a victim of from which she had long She was a member of the Baptist church and a woman of fine character The body was carried the Sullivan graveyard near Clif husband mpathy of Mrs Lou Mitchell Dead Lou wife of Rev J W Mitchell died at her home near Buckners Furnace April 24 at 5 oclock p m aged 59 years She had been in failing health for some years and was a sufferer from a complication of diseases She is survived by her husband but they never had any children Interment was at Friendship at 2 oclock Monday afternoon and was largely attended Deceased was a well known and generally and her death removes a splendid character from her neighborhood In his sor row her husband has the sympathy of everyone Elizabeth Vaught colored aged 28 years died at the home of her parents Frank Vaught and wife on north Main street at 1215 oclock last Saturday after an illness from consumption that for some months her to the home services were held at the A M E Zion church at 2 oclock afternoon conducted by the pastor Rev Irvin assisted by Rev Harris of the Baptist church was in Fairmount cemetery with rites of the K of P and an immense1 audience was present at both services The wife of Vex Sutton colored Graham last Friday of con sumption and burial was in the Reynolds graveyard Saturday after noon A Wonderful Food is Richeleu Aspara Few vegetables contain so much nourishment for blood and bone Richeleu Asparagus is white the stalk is tenderand Its tempting a food 35 cents per can C Co The ladies are planning to supply the Y M C Arooms with a new piano This is an item that is vital and will an attractive card for the building It will be will prove feaC Give us your job work 7 34 submitted- to our brother consumption- and suffered iufQtLd Tuesda and childrenhave the all lovedwoman hadconfined Funeral Interment diedat gUSt entire sweet its deliCious M JIowlm prove s in the services and besides s ciiI lure 1 11ffi daylight ends coun aflcrnoona Monday acce savvy Ule asa t 2d Epworth League Anniversary Next Sunday ill the twentieth annivers ary of the beginning of the Epworth League Special services suitable to the will be held in the evening at oclock The entire evening will be given to the program which will include interesting addresses and bright attractive singing The topic will be The Upward Look and the Uplift Leader Margery Hudspeth Opening Hymn 57 Prayer Psalms 84 and 85 responsively Hymn 319 Leaders address Bible Illustrations Song 146 What the Epworth League Means to Me Charlie Lovell What Can I Make the League Mean to Others Miss Mary Taylor Quartette Our Motto and Our Consecration Mrs Newton Belcher Duett Offering Benediction Monday and Tuesday May and 3d are the cleanup dos Dont Book Club Notes bet devotional t forget y occasion to to At the request of the Womans Book Club Tuberculosis Sunday was observed last Sunday at the Methodist church We appreciate the consideration shown this sub ject Rev F E Lewis Dr T J Slatdn gave an instructive talk on tuberculosis telling of its malignity its prevention and the proper care of patients Judge Jonson urged the support of tuberculosis hospitals Echoes from New York pulpits The fight against this disease is a public duty It is not optional with us whether we shall use our best efforts or not We can not shirk our responsibility If public spirited men arc sq in tcrcstcd in this cleaningup day lend their teams free you will surely do part by the waste around your premises The case to be filled with books be sent to the mountains is in the ladies waiting room at the court house We will gladly receive books on Thursday afternoon while the club is in session Cleaning up Day comes on May 2nd and 3d Teamsters will call for your refuse it it is put in boxes or barrels Powderly Rev Barbee filled his Sunday Mrs Ethel Mercer is In Central City this week Miss Minnie Martin went to City Friday Miss Geneva Hastings from Cen tral City spent a few days here last week v Mrs Leona Hunt of McHenry Is the guest of her sister Mrs Myers Mr Charlie Marker from Madssa Ill isspendIng a few weeks with relatives t Mr Charlie fleming of ter called on his J G Fleming last week nj to the condition of the shakers i work was suspended at the liv vnrt Sunday they tvso that work in WAs Ye sumed Monday Miss Drummond frotoMurray Ky lectured to aJargeatidienceat the Christian churchMonday night Her tejmpcTance and by the masterful va it showed that she had given It a thorough study for one so iiv years vk Greatest labor saver ever invented can be seen at Roarks I b our gatheringup U appointment Central If che 4 S- Owing J r mines iw were erl repaired J J II1II l L r cousin Saturday but tbe milieu sotjhot has she handleil nun is is House cleaning is dustless when cleaners driven by GE motors are used t x w Dust is from walls mattresses may be renovated in the house carpets are thoroughly being taken up After the flexible cord is attached to a socket and the electricity is the GE motor without attention easilyremoved andcurtains cleanedwithout turnedon runs Easier than a carpet sweeper and without the dust and confusion of the old fashioned house cleaning They suck up the dirt and are thorough HosPitals theatres and hotels use them OUR DAY CURRENT Will Do Your Cleaning Greenville Light S Water Go incorporated Agency for General Electric Companys Motors f t r w Lt r t 8s 19 it v cf RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT Pond River Lodge No 244 F A M GREENVILLE Ky April 23 10 WHEREAS It hath pleased Gad the Supreme of the universe to call from midst our beloved brother Charles K Caries who departed this life on Friday February 25 Now therefore Be it re solvedThat his death has removed front the walks of men and from Pond River Lodge a true and faithful brother from his church an Christian life from his home a gentle kiiul and husband and father Further be resolvedThat who yet labor revere his Be it further resolved that a copy of these resolutions be spread on the records of this lodge in of his memory a copy furnished to the bereaved family furnished to the Masonic Home Journal and the local papers for publication CAM tipWARD C WTAVLOR C A WILLIAMS Committee Ilopkinsville Tobacco Market Ilopkinsville Interest last week on the tobacco market here center ed in loose tobacco on which ihere heavy offerings Sales during week amounted to about 325- ooo pounds Notwithstanding the of the season the buyers no lessening of their readi ness to make purchases and all sold well quotations being ully up previous week of the season The consisted of 6v paces ranged frooi 5 jcrto73bTonlugs and S to 14 for leaf The hogsheud market was quiet last week sales aggregating less than hogsheads This was not clue to any lack of demand or fall ing prices but rather to the of owners of the tobacco to offer it That which was sold brought thoroughly satisfactory pri quality considered ranging from 6 9 for lugs and from 8 50 to 15 for leaf No fine was offered Almighty Architect TO exemplary j gentleper- petuation anda ere lateness a es in dmm arid too di inclination to tobacco f true affectionate copy r the lint d oil st I The Fountain Head ofLife Is The A Stomach- A who has a weak and impaired stomach and who does not properly his food will soon find that his blood has become weak and impoverished and that bis body is improperly and insufficiently nourished who Dr PIERCES COLDER KZDIGTll DISCOVERY makes the stomach stros promotes tho flew digestive Juices restores t2io lost appetite makes assimilation perfect invigorates the liver and purities and csrickcs tare blood It fa the and restorative nerve tonic It makes men strong In body activo in end cool la Jademcst This Discovery is a pure glyccric extrnc of American medical roots free from alcohol and nil injurious drugs All its ingredients are printed on its wrappers It has no relationship with secret nostrums Its ingredient is endorsed by the leaders in all the schools of medicine Dont accept n secret nostrum as a substitute for this timeproven remedy OP KNOWN COMPOSITION ASK YOUR NEIGHBORS They must know of many cures made by it during past 10 years right in your own neighborhood Worlds Dispensary Medical Association Dr R V Presu BiiiiiUu N V great j flesh buIlder 1 triad every et A blood araker r habit forming w u Q CIRCUIT COURT Circuit court matters are being moved along at a fair rate Court Friday at noon andbusi ness was not resumed until Monday afternoon Hon Wilbur Browder presiding on the bench for that afternoon Judge Sandidge returning Tuesday morning Elisha Reynolds colored was given a penitentiary sentence of eight years for the murder of Harri son McCowan also colored anti gladly accepted the sentence as the was an ugly one and the sen tence considered light The Creamery Package Mfg Co of Chicago lost its suit on a 100 note held against Gertrude Morton This was a test suit in the creamery promotion here and is re ceived with much gratification by many others who gave notes of a similar nature Aria Vincent sued the city of Central City for 1000 alleged damage from water overflowing his premises he was given 109 by the jury A Bissell carpet sweeper will last longer than 40 corn brooms costing from 12 to 15 the cost 3 to 575 See them at Roarks and have advantages than the features ex plained The sun which days appeared to have been completely overcome was all day yesterday attempting to push the clouds away but with small success The response to the call for funds to defray the expenses of operation of the Y M C A has been general mad generous and while there is a shortage it is confidently believed that the balance will be raised many persons are deeply interested and in addition to liberal contribu tions are developing into splendid solicitors and a canvass will be until the fund is in Hand One of the worst things about ex posing the wolves is that the sheep will turn and try to rend If you want job printing give this office your order for prompt de livery i i1 or r adjourn d t case r s S moneysaving I f to j v i i t L l t2 i to l i f 1 l j y k S tis sweepers 4 other y Y for asamaintained w you- R a Y 1VA41 Jf1a A11y5 t ROARK Furniture W xllp4 er Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Slippers Vaults q f 1 J IL ItjI t i h p Wt pperJ ve in I r apt I l 1 cnP CCLE SAM BUILDER Government Constructing Grzct Hjjjh- vays In Nevtly Developed Country IIxpiTts of ninny couurrks niv s t the pnnt nwuls which thu Viiltd StiHts pivvniiiiiat has cun KtviKUd Is iiuv ting on tltt wlnniHtlon projoits In the wustini stJitei and territories Mure thou MiO miles of the most ex ctllint highways that It Is possible for neat to produce hive been com llotnl nnd are in daily uc Theo of course du not Include the byroads loading to ma farms or the imuiv otliur roads bct wed for the time bclun until the raiciduulzcd kind Th dry have had good borers atul vehicles hMc the recluma tlirti work hogan seven ago and Uose toads are cnnbllns them to html their products to the towns nnd railroad stations nUll to semI their Children to school They regard them ni the most important of all aids to progroiM 11111 prosperity Many of these pioneers own automo bliss nnd it Is uo unusual lght to see on Saturdays cr Sundays a dozen or mow motorcars of the latest designs in niiy of the towns of the older it U interesting to note that Un cle Earn only fairly begun the building or routs newly devel oped country mid that a very few years toe mileage will be reckoned n tlitURinds where it Is now ronnted in JuuiUrods KENTUCKY ROCK ASPHALT Hihwcy Bwllt of It In Do Ircll Wih A Iiljltway cf which n Detroit publl ojstlon in terms of high praiso 13 tlt road lcadix to the approach to the ISille Isis bridge It Is surfaced with Kent tufty rock asphalt under fipaol Cent Ions from Which the follow J g facts mv tiluij sitbynule was excavated UrQuglit to nn cvwi surface eight piioimlf Inches below and pa mile vyIth till propoaod Burfrdr o roncj wiy mid oinpaetrd uy rolllijjj with J ten ton roller Upon this crushed limestone two to four Inches In placed nnl rolled to three Inches n thickness A second course of gfiiillnr slzid stone tilled with lime stone screenings nod srnd was also rolled to three Inches making tho foundation courses six inches thick ness On this foundation was evenly spread fr 4wo and onehalf lush of rtiuiiPi limestone one find onehalf to nnd onulialf Inches in size which vas glvvn one rolljag Tho asphalt was then spread being taken to the fond on wheelbarrows dumped nnd raked to a uniform depib of about of nn Inch In a loose state this being equivalent to about i AS ROAD II r t mar- In fart o i t farmer i i 4 pro- Ject 1 hits In t II a An j I speed j Will anti 1 t 4i In w r Ii threequarters i nit cuustrI 1 f htt tttbUit- o tears 0 good 1 4 1Ltbi e P Il a tint tie sh owls course two From Cood HonOs Magazine New York IiAYIXO OX THE ASPHALT forty poinuls per square yard This was forced Into the voids by two roll Then nnothcr similar layer of asphalt wax applied rolled twlco eft to stand until the next then rolled again The same plan was followed during the two succeeding drtys the read closed to truffle nnd ono each day being given The road was hen opened to TAFT FAVORS STATE ROADS Chief Executive Thinks Highway Qucslisn trot a NetlcnsI Nntluuitl aid for permanent roads a system of national highways connect ing the capital of the various states and cf state highways connecting the varlout county SlUtS use of federal prisoners for building roads anti the establishment of roadinnltlng on a strictly business basis are sonic of the suggestions made at tho good roads convention A letter from President Toft do eland against national ail to any great extent The president says My own view of the good roads question Is that it Is chiefly a state function ands that nil the states ought to unite in an effort to promote good roads I do not think that the farmers are as much Interested in tho matter ns they ought to Next to education the system of good roads is the greatest clvillzcr Tip en Rod Maintenance Foreign countries are years ahead of the United States in road building men on for signs of decay As soon ns n road begins to unravel the repaired It must bo cheaper and better to the first Indications of deteriora tion and always have the roads in good them to Walt until n road Is Impassable or full of ruts and gul lies and then build n new one Coed Roco Movement Spreading The split log drag la still meeting fa vor In many parts of United States Good roads associations arc being formed nil the time and better roads making their appearance over many sections of the United States All this agitation will lead to permit neat roads The quicker the Get into the movement I lnss I traffic t i th t u I I if t I tt II j spotls t r I 1 the 1 j J t c iiitf 0I I It i 4 ill h w t 1 1fiIi Jt t cay rolling Matters a I I w F rt 1 3 keepsr i I repair Et si npr 1 0 t ore M t betterY r L a Jr rt Humor and Tr DVACAV M SMITH WELCOME COMP sprlnst A1o i day e Know Youre earning Anyway J it snow T the bad And by your coming Make UR glad Horos where Old Winter Takes his hnt Matt we are mighty tor Hint For sure we are lice sight Will suit To tea him sliding Down tho chine To Him starting On n trip Vtih no Return chock In lily grIp ou spring Were smitten On your style stick around For quite awhile And show us With yours banners brave now A sonEon Bhould behave fco paint The gardens And the wqods That you ros c s the goods Net So Strange old you hwir nsluul till sur voyur ut grade wonders of the man who hving lust nn eye In battle grow anollicr Xo they nil rrplloil And altar losing a leg In a machine grexv on cue Just as good as the Ifgr lit lust Xo tley still declared sand to rap the grew a full of teeth at the nee ninety live Wo Indeed Neither did I The Difference Why do sonic their hnlr so long Weflr their hair so long Yes I Is w curious Well some of them do it because they havent n quarter Ob And others because iuey bald The Probable Explanation Wlint n beautifully dressed vro Isnt she Indeed she Is 1 wonder how much she gets How mutrh what Alimony Know the Kind PrJ1osopl1 7 And see o high r lhnn t of it man c any blizzards lad i its IVe know ever our thrashing news f men wear think atenc My pas scrapper Aw quit yer braggluT He aint o pothln ftijr Wot 1 bet hes raid o yer maw HJs Hypnotic II Isn geed talker He hoes to be lay If he doesnt talk well and contin ually people will by and by get on 10 his utter uselessness Placing Him Are you n Xo Why do you asks Dont formers sow grain YesWell dnd said you are sowing your wild outs PERT PARAGRAPHS- Take care of the preneut and the past can never rise to assail you People who do nothing finally coin honestly to think that there is nothing to be done A pessimist Is n person who han the dyspepsia before he eats the plo We rarely diagnose our own ease cor rectly nor concur In our own healing It Is easy to be good when we have been as bad ns we waut to be Some people never know what to do and that Is our only salvation for that sort oughtnt to The person who knows enough t rise to an emergency isnt apt to sink lute obscurity Keeping bu War n vorksso much damage Pow ro J Ute glue iJdlCf o r aid farmer q T 7 CherryBlossom 7H3 JArAN It n proverb of Cherry Land th l a is the of tl Good nature in also recognized na of importance The a oa a people are remark able for their pa ienco and skill The cherry tree in tho most highly prized ia It not forth n beautiful blossom but the wild cherry troo tarnishes a which is moat prized in medicine n Yrj Lncrry STATSS RIC- Prunus Virginia ATO uv which i ai en medicines cayn cf 13 properties cf this Black Chcrrybark with n tonic power property cf cahuir rul ncrvcuu excitability Adapted llio lrcntiaci there ij debility ci tl3 ctoni rch or of tho cycten Ancilicr f u Siorily K qq Enioi JirCKO ffORV says it tcra arlt system useful in fover couch rnj ii con Villa ia ono cf Eccral very Important native medicinal roclj Golden Medical Eircov cry This 13 a remedy which has en tie for nearly forty nothing new or it ling of of those chronic diseases which pre accompanied a 09 incipient con Mandrake and Queens root cl cf tho medicinal virtues of which scientifically extracted ailcombined Golden Mod bat remarkable curcj of dyspepsia ana ptomr U bcva Bi discovered that chemically pure critic cf n better solvent and preservative of lo active medicinal in most of our indigenous or native medicinal alcohol As ifa ure ia entirely unobjcct vH vhilo alQChd 3 W l lun bi small portions for a 1 retracted period to do to tiT tom especially in tho crro rt delicate women ho decided to U3Q instead of tho usual employed a ohol in tho preparation medicines Ho glycerine bccidca being entirely in properties of great value Its Pierce believes far curpass thocQ of cod liver oil entitling to favorablo consideration cases of incipient anti other It is an invigorating tonic alterative ad rvc s VCRC table garden Dr Pierce is i Natures Gardca donor who I J Lnova how to combine the given ri by Xaturc to euro our diseases prepara tion ia cf pleasant taste c rers with arscl and is extremely effective in restoring tono to tho entire It cures inflammatory trouble of the stomach as as and dyspepsia arising from weak reason why it restorer the health of rundown palo and ema ciated is throws out tho from too blood through the liver and kidneys It its i flesh by blooiTho Golden Medical Discovery b made in a largo equipped with every scientific appliance it are in cf the laboratory with nearly a scoro of skilled physicians and surgeons employed to these remedies and other menus of cure as seem best suited to thousands of cases of chronic diseases which come before them fcr treatment each year It costs noth ing to write to R V Pierce tho head of this Institution at Buffalo N Y and an accurate medical opinion in your special case avid tsholly Concrete Work Contracted- I am prepared to do pavement and other concrete work and shall be glad to make estimates In limestone is used in base and surface throughout complying with city specifications in every particu 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