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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l j- J l ir K2IIrXIt IIti8itQ1t I Record AdvertiJing Costs Nothing It pays for itself The investment i- sI sure of returns Get our rates tItXXI jJCJCiJCiIMi JCIX XIXJHJ5IJr T t It A Liills Good Faint m When your buildings need painting every costs ycy sun rum snow and frost ore in their work Lumber costa loo touch to o cay for wont of a little jxual T out Jv vc use nothing work Strictly Pure WHITE LEAD Puro Unseed Oil Pnro Turpontinp and too moL cspcntivc colors The Had of pant vrz ute ncrcr craW or wiles only years cf wear will remove it u fi nira vriu you when ready to putct We a firttcla nj durable prices reasonable Dont put it off J H HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 Very Serious It a very serious matter to as for one medicine and have the wrong one given you For this H reason x urce you in buying to be careful to get the BLACK BBABeiflr Liver Medicine n The of this old medicin constipation in and liver trouble is firm ly established It does not izaitata other medicines It is better thanv others or it would not ba the fa vorite liver with a larger cole than all others combined SOLD El TOWN FURSHides and Wool Tallow Ce wax Gintenr Golden ScaWYellowRocK May Apple Wild Ginger etc doalerij etuUubed in 1856 Orer bilf aeentuiyin LouurlBa sad can do better for you than afieaU or cocnmuaon merchanU Reference say Dank in LouiirHIc Write let weekly Rl Sabot Gone 229 E Market St t KY AND CURE TH5 Orn it r It 8Cc aJes t 1 S deh fII Iijl but good pw L r jot E genuine ORDS fella- ble f di slion r f iz m 0 tfo Bty Wan cce Ii aDd wPPa baa 4 KILL THE COUCH LUNG i WITH Kings New I ceiling dtcclilasao oa anloaw 1 o cur CART1 a I area e scvo OLDS sI fOR AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES I GUARANTEED SATISFAOroB1Z- OK MONEY JtUUllDED t rlf VrtI 4t stir cif I mtCOt r ljJ m1 uPi A8 8 S Q has relief to thousands of 5kk vomcn so vhy not to periodical pains femalo weak b K Sold in This City re 9 AT FACTORY GLODE BUGGIES HARNESS F her g Yclu For hc dache bacyacha ness many sid It Is the medicine to take TrJ 1t 1 r 11 7 J PRH S brow to i have best w E i No 270 We ship at1 vehicles Direct from our Factory C O I to Consumer il j xt to Jtisof Importance to the Globr UuSriy llnrncss Co lo every one us a plnscdntd Ko c IToit lo each fchimnciitbiuh t vnw i c ave material ni d vlc cf vehicle that it will be n LastrtjJ Advert and un orders in rctunu If so you by selling you nit lionrslly made i 1 at a vilrecommend our poocs to yiur ic r Oi r tooirc torres as it would be to n dealer I f nrc not as resented your money Is returned to you You jiUo no rUk Vo manufacture honest Vehicles and Harness MVO our customers money till orders promt i Write for our Free Uuly unJ llarncts Ctaio Xc LOBE BUGGY HARNESS COMPANV OWEN5BORO UCHY ftee ul 110 hnls wh fXCClI III fid n less Ccmjn8 Guarnnlrc HEft Ts l iiIIIIII tL IK I I TWO INONE ul the r lit ccbug y t Profit yon t L t w Vii Tvvif jt vjg Hcr i Countyi- s is rich in coal iron timber potters day and the most inviting field in for investment ofcapital and pluck lI tLw AflirJiD Z ofMtTIiCwrJi1 Muhl berg etc 1 u Kentucky VOL XII NO 13 GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY MAY 5 1910 50c PER YEAR IN ADVANCE I i Mr Drexels Costly Breakfast In spite of the reduction in the price of eggs butter ham mutton corn lour potatoes and other table comtnodites as shown by the comparisons in the morning news paper Mr Anthony J Drexel is re ported as quitting New York in gust because he was charged 175 for a breakfast consisting of a cup of tea and two eggs Me that he had some bread hut that is supposed to be thiuAii in even at the WaldorfAstoria Our sympathies are extended to Mr Drexel His indignation is justified That breakfast even when ordered by a man worth 60000000 was outrageously high and it probe him more than he says it did He undoubtedly tipped his liberally and submitted also to extortion from the brigand who offered him the hat he had taken without warrant at the dining room door not to mention the assistant brigand who held open the dour of the motor cars which took Mr Drex el to his steamer Altogether his breakfast cost him at least 3 50 It is a hopeful sign when multi millionares protest at the extortion practiced in hotels and restaurants but we wish Mr Drexel has made his protest to the manager of the hotel reckless expediture money by the rich has increased the cost of travel far more than 100 per cent in the last decade And it is not alone in the prices upon the bill of fare The willingness ot these persons to throw their money away for unnecessary services in public places had led proprietors to license robbery in forms Frequenters of hotels and restaurants now not only pay for their rooms and meals more than they ever did before but they pay the wages of waiters chambermaids porters cloakroom men and other persons supposed to be employes establishment eYtedby these people Custom made it as inexorable as state or city taxes You are not allowed to take your hat and overcoat into a dining room They are put in charge of a man who pays the pro prietor for the privilege of robbing you when you go to reclaim them The toilet room the barbel shop the bootblacking room are all in by men holding letters of marque and reprisal They do not beg for largess they demand ran iqra While our sympathies are with Mr Drexel we must repeat that it is men of his class who have made the wholesale piracy possible and it is he and his fellow millionaires who must lead the reform If the rich will cease spending their money like drunken sailors that which likes to ape them will follow suit Children and Clothes The Juggernaut of fashion never so cruel as when it is the jjheipless children who are thrown beneath the wheels If adults choose to make this disposition of them selves well and sacri rice is at least voluntary and open eyed but let the children be pro tected until the day of personal choice has dawned If the personal of babies children could be consulted on the subject of clothing they would be found unanimously sane in their de mand for comfortable fit adequate warmth and suitability to the pur lultf of extreme youth and if given the ballot they would move to the polls as one united body and vote down the mothers who sacrificed to style or to cutenegs or to the hardening process or to any other bothersome theory Among the many fallacies on the subject of proper clothing to which small children are victimized per haps the worst as well as the hard est to understand is that which say that if only the chest is well pro tected the rest of the body may ruthlessly exposed to the element This theory it is which accounts the small bodies on meets in winter from which a pr r of bare bluemottled legs The part of the body is apparently jn fold after fold p clothing jth over all t Ji I dist 1 alm led It ablycost Il c o t I 1 The oft t I many of the Jt r 1J t r i has habited I class- Y o 11 goodtheir f- I t I A thick barreled o t y t waiter c t t e 7 1 4 i l d tlletribuf J deems t choice b e I 9 err eme n c r perh fr sitr 4lV i iP 7f JrT Y yr f xrr for either a heavy sweater or a fur coat The legs are bare with the exception of a short thin sock It is only fair to admit that the mothers who send their children out in winter dressed in this manner ore a rapidly lessening number hut who still cling to the faslr ui arc surely not aware that since chil dren have a larger skin surface proportion to their than have adults they are more susceptible to chills and not less They also make the curious of reasoning that because bron chitis attacks the chest it only in vades the system through the chest and hence they only protect that one spot and leave all other open to attack By this course they prove their ignorance of the fact that a chill to any part of the body may give rise to bronchitis and also of the other very important fact that in children a chill may have many bad consequences be sides a socalled cold or respir story trouble The sudden digestive disturbances of children should properly be often traced back to a chilling of the sur face of the body rather than to an error in diet Properly clad chil dren will digest better as well as have fewer colds than the unfortun ate barelegged ones Furniture Moldisgs Wall Paper We carry on our floors And in our ware rooms the largest variety of Furniture in Muhlenberg If we do not have what you want we will get it for you We have factory con nections with makers of the finest goods in the country and through Our Special Order Department can supply any exclu sive articles at less prices than city stores or mail order houses Our Picture and Room are always complete Wallpaper is now A 3taple2uticle of mer And have full selections prices S cents and up per roll Engraving Machine is the only one in this part of Kentucky and we are exclusively prepared to supply indvoidaal Name Plates which we furnish on all outfits without extra cost Undertaking and Embalming 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 and double extra widths Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes constant ly in stock for immediate delivery Burial Robes Wrappers Suits Dresses Slippers etc in large variety Our two licensed Embalmers respond at once to calls for such services Our general equipment is complete and of highest grade We have a Funeral Car in service sub ject to call anywhere ESTTwo Private LongDistance Day Store No 72 Night No rob Residence 150 yards from store Prompt service any hour day or night The J L ROARK ESTATE ORIENt ROARK Hauler 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 Chambarlains Liniment is all that is needed and it is cer tain to give quick relief Give trial rind see for yourself how quickly it relieves the pain and soreness Price ass large size 500 s Bissells cyco carpet sweepers the very latest models from this factory are for sale at Roarks i furniture store If you have never used a sweeper you cannot possibly appreciate the advantages Call for demonstration Call Pittman Bros new meat shop f Uegt of everything in this Hue Telephone No 279 into bodyweight avenues 1tnarltfa NrWli w n rtewe f4J9JO fJ 3ta31ZWiri Telephones Home e iI IUB U begreat rgea lad aps i lIIf r J t 1 t t re mistake urge usedallthe ycer mmid Our all MetalUc El- L ell it r 1 t Yr t BUSINESS LOCALS Give your job printing orders to THE RECORD For firstclaps liven service in including closed carr gts call on Barbour Head Get a set of iatio rubber for your lypfvru keys Greatest aid to pc atioi of any machine Roark ha tum and you are asked to H f look Pittman Bros ncv shop near the Baptist churc is ready for business Give the n orders Wallpaper prices ac Roarks are lower than anywhere and the are very complete now Miss Lena Arnold ate the favor of your and she represents the best plant in this territory Bear in mind that Roark has splendid selections of wallpaper in stock ready for deliv cry and sample bojks of the finest papers made which can be procured on short notice alter sclertion I It 11 w I you selections wouldappreci laundrywork knee meat r PBICE 50o S1CQ Trial Cattle Freet DR J W Crown anti Bridge Work done at reasonable prices I Office up stairs In theTJodcb Building Greiiuvllle Kjr DR T JSJLAION Pliywlciori aridt Hurcoon Office Maincross Muiuetreet Ib CAM HOWARD WADE II GRAY HOWARD RAY Office In Greta BaildinJ opppJltelaMcade lintel DR LOUELLA HiUSLEY OSTEOPAfUH Office at Home East Street Telephone Terms Reasinable KETWEB Louisville and 11EST LINE California uHf Two trains CHICAGO Dinin and Cars Palace Drawing Rom Sleepers E H BACON DP A N W Cor 4th tied Market Sts LOUISVILLE KY Roarks furniture polish is some yhat better than the rest and is sold considerably cheaper and with the broadest guarantee money back if not better than any you ever used to fake for your fomalo t troubler l ecauso ro era sure It I k nijl help you Pemcncr that J this remedy DEN lf1S T l 11 eilt H t cross Nt78 J1 daily IRrd film 1 I wnS ATION w W AskYou ti t C I Bleat jCID31 BA1 LOW street c 4 t LAWY EIa 1 ia z 0 KING Notary Pubilaild Li C nciN CENTRAL CSI Y- t bun0 OW Box to Z8- r cago t Swag vest due t v xvu a b- UNION 1t LOUIS h- DEAltUORX Phr or i I f 5 FOR COUGHS KING OF CURES t if- I THE WONDER WORKER FOR THROATI I mm LAWB FESBE lor Jnwno door dons We mnko fencing for lawns door yards Held lior and poultry IVrlto for cntaJoc UNION FENCE CO DeKalb IlL Kansas City Mo C H HOWARD CO t coA rImet White Sewing Machines in rotary and vibrator needles etc in stock for all machines ROARKSSTORE 1 SO YEA JI shuttles tJ C15IC1A Aa1 tnaineL rrrertrrlrr f rirtrna telre0kilrllk p cwuin cieaccandlronto r e Singsle prat tNDti am t krq7 for If fou name a IL Irr St eeagr 1 Cthoto rnPty temtr IIhnf NRtrtlrlc iait i atfulptwrrtt IYMiewgteslbcj talarcmlSamlJcr i A aorlcanPhe rCrs n Igaceo st b l TRAD MAIIU1 4F Invcnt10n lions tlrlell MllIIllIlItltll Oil I r f ial cliar1ot tLo U t nGn a CJ J I A l1nnl1som IInOlrntPtt r nracst Ir- ulnUun II ftCILaU JlInllll rIIlS fJ onr four nUlIIlIJL 50101 nowIPlICr I UNN New York JJIWb Clco GS F at Wl13hluton v C I Cures io 1 part of body r IWUvpI L Dr Fenners HoneY i l UlIwlll brlD r S Oof3 p l 1 t liT situ b Y r o 4 1f i tiT t h wCOPYftiCNTSaC Anyone srndtn l n skelrb anQ description may erlrun our lit a true w other an Is ttuurolduminnnlrtntcnta- t n otter fors urt gsent t1hlukrn n kj rccatvo nrtkewitbout fJL eSe ircekly c 30ICroat warr o i Colds ar NY Cat lit ateii tnte VNe 3 rrlaty etherutrtlk lne tall l a lire Lclule nltl prePtllt trip lnleumalstu eto tvlwungtnan0el cone t tint tare att Ikul nt W- 1bsA4 nuaack DR KINGS J Have You Tried It There is a bottle of Cardui waiting for you at too drug store Have you tried it not we urge you to do so before your troubles have obtained such a hold on you that nothing will drive outEven now it may be nearly too late But try it any tried in vain Why should it not do the same for you The Woman Tonic My daughter Octava would have been in her grave liaoV JLjiot been for that fng medicine KyNothing had taken Cardui I had sent for the doctor when I your medicine and got a 1 bottle When taken four doses she became all right I often recommend Crrdui to my friends Your druggist sells Cardui with full instructions for use on the bottle Write to Lies AdvisoryDwt Chattanooga Medicine Co ChattenooEa Tcnn for Special Instructions and Wpage book Home Treatment for Women sent tree BETTER MATTRESS FOR LESS MONEY Let us prove to you that the Stearns Foster VIndsft1 grade Mattress is superior to any 1500 mattress advertised in the magazines You dont have to buy on faith Well show you the inside an important side to know of the verymattress you buy 1 helpedinTake tJ45 Ctll thought- of c 0 A trI LAKUUk dao y f dR hr h4e STEAMNS FOSTER MATTRESSI Be WINDSOR GRADE COLDS I J AND LUNGS FOR COUGHS AND COLDS PREVENTS PNEUMONIA I had the most debilitating cough a mortal was ever afflicted with and my friends expected that when I left my bed it would surely be for my grave Our doctor pronounced my cass incurable but thanks be to God four bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery cured me so completely that I am all sound and well MRS EVA UNCAPHER Grovertown Ind PrieD 50c and 100 ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED Trial Bottli SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY AH J I IE DISCOVERY FrI JDruggists I s 1350 I IA positive guarantee of money back if not satisfactory Qn 60 Ir nights tria1 Come in today Weve got ell the good things i at very reasonable p c I I CThn J t ROARK Pot r I ii use I Cu CtarkVarnook i j l r t e r a1 ID to mail It will be sent to interested in fruitgrowing on receipt of 7 cents to cover The catalogue of Stark Withm covers ire 32 illustrations of flowers representing 175 varieties done in four colors and exactly reproducing nature 84 are descriptions prices and records Stark Delicious the apple has orchard planting and established new apple values at 1000 bushel Stark King David another wondrous quality and merit Stark King Philip a grape of California of the very the horticultural world are fully described illustrated and priced To pnc tree or many fruits cr ornamental this book is inestimable valuera horticultural guide to selection Stark trees stood the test of planting for 85 years are the yardstick by which all other products are are first choice of country s most successful orchardists The success of the orchard is dependent on the of tree planted Stark varieties are the best of the best of 85 years of successful a positive guarantee of tree quality Before ysu decide to buy send 7 tints for the Stark Year Boct do it today before the edition is exhausted Stark Bros Nurseries and Orchards Go J Louisiana Missouri c any Person B3J entirely new Idea literatureit IS a work art as well as a its es standardof r x har e In i ttn one ofta have nurser f i 4 r ji Jf J t If0 t t j ye f h rcresent an in nurserymen s o sfull 4 a ear tczt a u s z y r K e s 4 G tr is w lfitr t 7fS t r2 TtiE REtCRD Au IVIIIIIIIICU YUIIUPATh nT llfCOllD I ir ndNVWwb MhlNr littlrIutldNrt tltvw wwv OWN UICE JrehhmL UAIEN LnOAn SeCIetnry OKIKX Iv ROARK EDITOR Telephone 72 ODlcc In new annex rear of store ground 50 CENTS PEft YEAR N ADVANCE TERMS The price of the paper In bio in ftlT uce and the expired to which It Is the will be stopped longer than ten lines charge of be per line will be rrndc for tog lines No of this rule to anyone Free sample will bo mnllo AdTcrtl ementa lH bo inserted A rate card will be urulahcd ou rerjropt- Addrc 8allcommurlcauoi nil innkr ill re mlttanccH payable to UKCOHD ritKo flrwitrllli Ky THURSDAY MAY 5 1910 Entered at the arMDTtlle Ky as matter WHAT this country seems to need is a more thorough dissemination of knowledge pertaining to the iniquit ous character of the common rat and the best methods of exterminating the creature CONSIDER the case of that Indiana man who sued for a divorce from his wife bccausa she chewed tobacco Now easily he might have broken herof the habit by soaking her bacco in kerosene or of carbon IT Is officially stated that all the excavation that was contemplated in the original project of the Panama Canal has now been completed The original plans of the canal call ed for the removal of 103795000 cubic yards of a few weeks ago the total excavation done to date under America occupancy had reached that The 71 000000 cubic yards remaining to be excavated represent the addition al work necessitated by the enlarge ment of the canal which was upon during the Roosevelt ad ministration TilE Canadian government is giv ing consideration to a project for a v f fright traffic railway to Hudson Hay made An unusual feature is that new would have to be op crated to its full capacity for about two months of the year during the moving of the gram trap and that fur the other ten months there would be scarcely sufficient traffic to warrant operation It is estimated that sixteen trains per diy could be handled over the line and sixtyfour million bushels of wheat could be delivered in thirty days tine THE United States Corpora tion which recently made a general increase in wages has decided to put in force a system of pensions and disability payments for the wives and children of those killed in its and of disability for the injured The corpora tion will also shortly put in force a pension system for superannuated and disabled employes This move rnent is to be most highly commend In its humanitarian aspect will be a great boon to the employes and its wisdom as a means of rooting loyalty and checking the growth of anarchistic sentiment is unquestioned ORIGINALLY the interstatecom merce commission had jurisdiction only over railroads Gradually the scope of the authority of that body Chas been enlarged until now it covers express companies sleeping car companies pipe and for purposes boat lines The in clusion of telegraph and telephone companies as common carriers of information so far as they engage in interstate business is necessary to a complete scheme ot applying regulation to national publicservice corporations By a combination of nnsurgents and democrats the pend ing administration railroad modified in the house to include telegraph and telephone companies among the common carriers which are made the subjects of regulation by the measure The vote on the amendment was 109 to 76 the neg ative votes being cast by reaction ary republicans While the law for the regulation of the public utility concerns or the nation is being re vised telegraph and telephone com panies engaged in interstate busi ness certainly should be brought dvithin its scope DEAN GEORGE B FRANJJFOKTEK head of the department of fSv Ne floor pny paid p per Cards urtbnnkR obltUAry notices etc U not will be fru A IImree d cop I d bisulphide It- I I materialand amount 1 5UIVCICu hih ji nri Jjciu I s Steel f ed It r lined r billwas J r j u t 11 4 oj Long Dfstance postO lee second elas I I tow decided the rind r t single ttack payments it- t prop t 1 1a a some r i a R 4 M M a I as t the i- A w f r- try at the state university of Min nesota is making a report on the peculiar case of the oak that com mitten suicide on the university campus by drawing so much copper through is roots into us tissues that it tall cf suftucatkm When the oak was cut down line particles and thin layers of copper were found in all Its fibers The copper was tested and fuuld to be 999 per cent pure It is said to be the most peculiar case on record A WOMAN moved says the poet is like ti fountain troubled but the author lived too early to know the resources of the twentieth century Chicago woman One in particular has devised a manner of being moved which combines prac ticality and some elements of a so cial function She has issued in vitations to a moving party at which the guests are to be assigned duties in helping her to convey her lares and penates from the old to the new domicile The huskier men will carry the heavier impedimenta while the women will be allowed to move fardels of lighter weight Re freshments will be served when the removal is complete Thus will the reckless van men be robbed of the chance of breaking or losing valu able household treasures the guests be given the chance to participate in novel tasks What The New Mayor of Milwaukee Pledges Home rule for this city Initiative and referendum Boater schools Municipal ownership Penny lunches Street cat company to sprinkle union conditions of labor A seat for every passenger in the jacks automatic brakes fenders Threecent street car fare Eighthour day for labor Cheaper gas Cheaper ice by means of plant Cheaper coal and wojd by means of municipal coal and wood yard end light and more of means of municipal plant Corporations to pay heir share of taxes Clean streetcars Glasgow cleans and disinfects every Street closets and comfort Work the unemployed at un ion eight hour day Widows who do washing for sup port of families to have water rates remitted by city Cheap bread by requiring stand ara weight in every loaf Pointed Paragraphs New truth comes through obedi ence to old Doing nothing is learning to do wrong No man is brave until he has faced ridicule In some churches cold facts would make a hot sermon A store of unpracticcd piety in the heart soon paralyzes it No man can be faithful to devine ideals who dodges daily duties Some hope to cure the tiger of biting by filling his teeth with gold The endeavor always counts more for ones happiness than the man soon gets tired of his when be does not work at it Its a good deal easier to seem fit to die than to be fit to live with The less a man thinks about his sincerity the more he is likely to haveIts no use looking in lonely places for men who are really walk ing with God The most harmless amusement is poisonous when it is the only food your heart gets The man who lives by the golden rule never has to talk to his friends about his piety To be guided by the senses alone is as though one should let steer the ship r andall anduseful streetsTrades street carslifting municipal itby ull cars da stations fur wagesand success- A the compass FQmR- k TTRESS It Cheaper better religion 1 f TW it the mattrns that shows yon UiKIe It b the of cotton used and the hat give Steams A Foster t tlr wonderful life An cxcluf tv vtb pr ff Let us show them to you today We are sole agents TEe J L ROARK Estate 111 n z IS WiiioIoat bas mild s t i ir art and Humor and Philosophy 7Jj 3VVCA T SMtTU KNOCKING HEROES mod slinger collies InKKIK MtllKP III time Ant throw nt our heroes Luis tubful or slime lie pouts 0111 Ins vials tin men we idloru llut jishiuv If theyre human Ve love them Ihu This llcldnK the British Was tint you must Know A lOll tor too Intents Or MMHI mnilo nt dough It caiittl for n puopta ran wllh Mood Not men like this dabbler in siumtala and mua There may have boon prnftlnff For Knitting wore told Was here with the ancients Since nations of old Lut was n trlllo tike that to detract From sn heroic In word and in tact With nil of their fallings They suit us you bet With all their shortcoming We honor them Yet SQ valtunl In battle Uo tender ot heart Hurrah for Ihe fathers Who gave us our startt Coming of the Ccmet In those enlightened portions of the world there second class unit lor pen CtnU a with Us emancipating tncssngo and Its tianuiKHHl rccipos for rIco pudding anti cures for freckles man kind Is nut worrying to any extent over the approach of the bright streak that Is known as the comet The Inhabitants of the KQ about their vrl UuyliiR anti selling mind storage products marrying and being given In marriage dodging creditors and going fishing as though time were In run on forever If the comet Ills them it hits thorn and that Is nil there Is to It Meanwhile they know they cnnnot turn It front its course by rattling tin pans or saying Knlc tupnle bnrkwanj Countries thnt still depend on n last years almanac for their college edu cation arts considerably perturbed Some are selling everything they have as though It would tint uintter when Hunt crash rame whether their wealth was lu a lnil cash or still in secondhand furniture Safe Oct We give a guarantee with every bottle And it doesnt cure me do I get my money bark Certainly provided you bring back tIll medicine That Imiks good Give four bottles and I will have n cinch on three Explained Why lothey my truth Kasy Well proceed to explain If Jet foil werent Intinitely moro probable than truth fiction would nev er be so able end facile as to so misplace truth Would Grow Yes we have been Usulng Any Just some mlnuows Never mind They will be whales by the time yon get home Force of Habit Heard about JetiksV Xo Where is he In the Down rind Out club He always was such n jollier Ho Does Matt wants but little here below tor wants to do It long And let me say twlxt me and you lie wants the salary strong PERT PARAGRAPHS A large brain Isnt necessarily asso elated with the big head Knowing how the rich man makes n living is knowing how the poor man doesnt There Is only one thing harder than keeping money mid that Is getting It t p OUR morel hOI InK tells T ruth fresh n mo the If t me I 1W 1rt4rt1tffirliuI1 nowt itrOO O CtW mill what considerable that consistently lurk Prosperity Is n good thing but doesnt to be quite strong enough to give It to poverty in the neck Being entitled thing doesut seem to bear any necessary relation to outlining It Wp fvould alt Hkp tQ put pur selves in his placp provided his place Is u pleasant one It fem too Jloing shabby is some mans long and ether mens only suit It is hard to urn why yye are here And not nt all necessary After winter comes spring but some Dimes it is n long way after He who talks and gets away will try to bnnko you next day Anybody can play the fool but few cet encores from the nubile 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 Give me an opportunity to bid on your contracts R C McCRACKEN particular S v7 I t ti I Sf S I tilt pavements 0 4- c OPERA HOUSn THURSDAY MAY 12- W F MAMS GREATEST METROPOLITAN SUCCESS TEMPEST and SUNSHINE Dramatization of Mary J Holmes Famous Novel 2ND SUCCESSFUL SEASON READ TilE BOOK SEE TilE PLAY- A Beautiful Story of 02 Sunny Snoot Before War Prices 2B 3S 50 and 76c r IJIIIKi1I I 9 i the t 1EJ1i1lPl I I 1 BlAKWfll I INSURANCE z- S Vdr gHOAk- K6ENEIAL We represent the Home Insur ance o of N Y that writes all Kinds of farm and city property E r FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYERS LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY BONDS ujCflL WHEN YOU WANT BlACKWELl ROARK GREENVILLE KY I BRIDGES Summon 01 DEPOY KENTUCKYV f We announce to our trade and the pub VI lic that our stocks of goods in dl depart ments are larger and wetter selected than f S ever in our history We carry a varied line of x g GENERAL MERCHANDISE and can supply most of the wants of the iii ft people In Dry Goods Clothing Shoes ify 2 Hats Etc we offer large selections 5 Wi In Groceries Hardware Tinware Fann ov- f L Implements and such goods our stocks fX are especially strong In all departments prices will be found ijfy 5 the lowest and your visits will be highly 4 appreciated W is 1 Undertaking Department f- j J We have just added an Undertaking Department to our f pysjiess and will carry a comprehensive line of Coffins Cas V f kets Robes Suits Wrappers presses Ajso have a Hearse f in service on call anywhere Orders in line given prompt ft and careful attention any hour day or night Sf Telephones Store Ho I Night No R or No 3 The BRIDfiES SHANNON CO m DEPOY fe Subscribe for Ihe Record Only 50c t c I S I J z a tjf I S 1 I If 1m3 j f i rt m l It OJ i f t itj j- m J m and ii this i KENTUCKY f tti 1Jd nI IICe cJ1 ee ee i t11 itj J T I J r t NS- IrI ftzl lbl 1 1 off l1 1 1 lt 1 J 1 1 11- Ji d obi 1 1 111 its f r rr r y es v1 4 A New Newspaper A New Newspaper the Edited and published by R 0 Pace at Greenville made its appearance APRIL 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 induct trial and Pertinent editorial comment on matters of public interest A free want and exchange column for use of all of its subscribers except regular dealers A circulation from the beginning of nearly 2000 s One Dollar per year and 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 old customers and to serve them when needing anything in the job line All by electricity Your patronage solicited Our prices are right Satis faction guaranteed Our 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 You can be sure of this be diuse vve scH thVperfect ACME QUALITY land of paints enamels stains varnishes all carrying the mark t4 MUUlfNBRG 1 191O politicalwelfare i- Iii machineryoperated paintor stainwe j guarantee S SENTINEL a SYs S y Mf i I I Id- h iIi purchase of Acme Quality kind we give you free The Selection and Use of Paints and Finishes the only com plete paint book ever published Greenville Milling Go Incorporated Withevery the Save 75 4 r y Ii BY PURCHASING ONE OF OUR FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS- for only The regular price is Sioo Those who or mail this advertisement to us days after it and telling us where saw itwill be able to one reserved at the rate of 25 Books and stationery arc included No time limit If not ready now buy one use I 27 J j f f 0 BUSYNESS COLLEGE LOUiSVILLE KY t W at Spendl Prices tm IiIOUAr Area racouroaAa- DSocond and Walnut Streets r- ALLPAPER korKs f iA 11 R P v p w n W n ra O 1ili l W t c1 tqiJ CAKE hot biscuit f hot breads Ivt t1- tIi pastry are lessened In cost tgJ and Increased In quality and wholesomeness ofAI Bake the foOd at anti save money and health W S vs 1 t fr u IL k t PorderJhome I C R R LOCAL TIME CARD NORTHBOUND NO 123 Louisville Express llSSninJ- DS Cincinnati Express Ifl I LoulsYllIe LImned 408 am leo Central City accom SOUTHBOUND KO 135 Paducah atul Cairo accom 121 Kuiton Accommodation 1240pm 101 New Orleans Special Nov 23 1000 WGCiuwrono Agt PRAYER Chencvlx Trenail dean of West minuter and nftcrwnnln nrchblahoji of Dublin earned fame s a but won for him self a more enduring name through bin poetry especially through thnt which Uof a rcllcIouH character He wan born In Dublin Sept 9 180 and died In London March M When prayer delights thee least then learn to sny fJoul npw a greatest need that thou aboulds- trwr Crooked aud warped i aw nn4 I WPd Straighten myself by thy right liDo ncaitii 0 come warm ann and ripen my late fruits Pierce genial showers down to my parched roots My welt Is bitter cast therein the tree That sweet henceforth Us brackish wave ay what Is prayer when It Is prayer Indeed The mighty utterance of a mighty need The man Is praying who doth press with mjjrht Hit of hjs iterjf npas jjjtfl Ogda own light itfijlraw f and hard anonj Fiowepi from stalks divided presently and wither Inthe gazers eye The greenest leaf divided from its stem To speedy withering doth Itself condemn The largest river from ltd fountain head hut pff leave HM U ft pnrehetl and dusty bet All things that lIre from Qod tbelrsiistanaiipe wait And sun and moon arc beggars at his gate All skirts extended of thy mantle bold When angel hands from heaven are scattering sold 10 for correspondents We now have three banks The ice man is not a despised in dividual any more See the Rockwell corner dust shield at Roarks Mr D J Duncan here from Louisville this week Good morning Did the clean up crowd catch you Cabbage and tomato plants for F Johnston Carpenters and painters arc the busiest of craftsmen City taxes are due and the pen alty will be added on June i Give Pittman Bros your 5rders New shop best service Its May all right but dont de pend too much on the weather When the thermometer jot a start upward it moved with a hound down very suddenly Telephone No 5 and yourlaundry will be for and delivered See marshal fjttman and tax receipt before the penalfy js 5fr Pallas yhj and wife of t Louis were here to attend the burial of Mrs Love Hot and cold baths day and night and Sunday un il 1030 a m at Sam Ree Martens barber shop Mr Martin Morgan here from Murphysboro Ills a few days this week on busIness Mr Jake Gardner of Indianap olis was here a few the latt parLof the week on a visit to his wife at the home ot Mr J S Miller W o 11 151 pm 715 pm I 515 nm 3 pm C tII J1Y p TltfiCJI n 18S6 faint Cf e JIIItPh nHJrwn li Mllr p II theIr Droopfall I sal y c II 4 0 caned et yppj 1dderl u t o r l was JI S iu i 4 jiJ J r Ii w a 4 jO tflIflD 4 i I b I I maybe p 1ti 4 thence tie ot4 4 S was I I V C meat- S 0 S Sward t k 2 D S f dais 1 S Give us your job work Ringling at Owensboro May 13 In case it snows today charge it to Halleys comet May has all the spring frills with a few of the wiater fragments Greatest labor saver ever invented can be seen at Roarks Dont turn your stock loose hold on to city stock law stands Mr J Lam was on a business visit to Louisville Chicago and other points during the week Messrs J T Reynolds Jr and Paul Wickhffe were in Louisville on business a few days last week See R C McCracken if you want concrete work of any kind Mr Marvin Wells attended the Metropolitan Opera Co perform ances in Louisville last Saturday Mr and Mrs Chas Love were here from Louisville Sunday at tending the burial of Mrs Jane Love Wallpaper at 5 cents per roll and up in combinations of sidewalls Mr James Mayhugh has just bought a Rambler touring car which makes the second motor vehicle in town Mrs Willie Igleheart returned to her home near Sacramento last Saturday after a visit of some days with relatives here Best meats of all kinds at Pittman Bros new meat shop Telephone No 279 Greenville is entering upon an other busy season This is about the steenth just like it and still there is a cry for houses of the right kind Greenville is rapidly becoming an electric community using light heat and power in all sorts ofways and the convenience is a great one The Greenville Light Water Co agents for the Santo electric va cuum cleaner has sold two standard residence type machines and has prospects of others first class livery including closed carriages call on Harbour Head The bicycle users are more num erous here than in years and is growing among the bbys At least twentyfive new nihecls have been bought this season and all the old ones have been overhauled and put in service Census enumerators are generally behind with their work on account of bad weather ant other causes Tie PIty work is jn progress but a few Han will be reqiir Gall on Leslie net to Frst National Bank for candies books sundries cigars tobacco etc f3 Hon R O Pace has been select ed by the committee to deliver the oration of the memorial exercises of the G A R at Elmwood cemetery Owensboro on decoration day 30 and has accepted This is quite an honor and one that will be dis charged with credit as Judge Pace is a speaker of pleasing variety The committee is wise in its selection and the audience will enthuse over the address itthe V 1T n harcftl dG 1Ilna 2tUonn IM t p FOI p more H tq the Hales J Ma t fIfF T tf Jt service still opp1ete cont Nf CITY COUNCIL Vote on Cow Ordinance Lost aid Law Stands Oppositioi Subsiding There was a regular meeting of the city council londay night with routine business The ordinance proposing the annulment of the stock law was lost on vote and so the stock la v stands in lull force and effect The opposition to this law is rapidly subsiding as most people arc rccog1 uing the improve ment in appearances since the cow horse and mule have bcin removed from the streets and puvomcnts Greenville has g ttn out of the village class and her p pie are recognizing the fact o Death of Mrs Jane Love Mrs Jane Love in tier Sth year her home in the east end at 1245 oclock last Friday afternoon from a complication of ailments due to her age and which for the past four months confined her to her bed Deceased was the widow of the late Col 6 P Lpye who was loved by every member pf the nth Ivy Vol fnft of which ho waa and she was a woman who had friends in all who knew her She was the nother of eleven nine of whom survive Mrs Nannie Mcseley Graham Mrs Mary BYonts and Mrs Annie R White of this city Buclla C Nunan of Gurdon Ark Mrs Love Young and Mrs Ada M Gossett of Louisville Mrs Lucy A Vomburg of Central City and Mrs Saddie T Hillebert of Wyn newood Ok Besides there twenty grandchildren and one great grandchild together with numerous other relatives The family has lived here since February 1866 Funeral services were the home at 3 oclock Sunday after noon and a large number of friends gathered to show respect and the body to Evergreen cem etery where interment was made jgsjdc hp beriy QHicriiustondr Epwortk League Anniversary There was a special service of the Epworth League at the Methodist church last Sunday night the whole evening given to the exercises in honor of the gist anniversary of the organization of the society The church was well crowded and the service was very effective in every particular Miss Margaret Hud the conductor and members assisted The music was a pleasing feature a mixed quartet being especially effective A very liberal contribution was the amount to be applied to the pledge of the local society for general work Lew Rates Louisville Spring Race Meeting 1 diedat commander Mrs Jennie are conductedat followed spethwas numerous children received On account of the spring meeting of the Louisville Jockey club May 10 to June 4 the Illinois Central railroad will sell tickets at reduced rates as follows May 9 and 10 one fare and one third plus 250 for round trip June 5 for return May 10 one fare plus 250 round trip limited May n for return May 12 14 19 21 26 28 30 June 2 pne and onethird fare plus 25c for round trip limited for re turn two days from date of sale W G CRAWFORD Agent Easiness INterest to be Seld at Auc tion Next Saturday The undivided onehalf interest off the late Sampson B Dukes will be sold at pubiF auction to the highest qr about i Satur jjay qfternqqn ano sr s lkey jarge number of bidders wiLl at tracted e business i well esr tablished and prove interesting aa an investment Mr M B Mc Donald the administrator duct the sale which will be held on the premises A Wonderful Food is licheleu Few vegetables contain so nourishment for blood and bone Richelcu Asparagus is white the en tire stalk is tender and sweet Its tempting its a delicious food 35 cents per can C M HOWARD Co limited q cock b q willcon j JF 1 7 7 I l I net Asparagus mud Farmers Baik Opens Monday The Farmers Bank in its own elegant new building opened for business Monday and the occasion was a notable ore in such events in this section at in addition to the commingling of stockholders of ficers and visitors there were deposits to the amount of some 30000 a high water mark in this county The officers were all day showing visitors the building and aiding1 in making things pleasant for all callers and an elegant dinner was served to stockholders and their wives at the Old Inn at noon The new institu tion starts in bubiness uuder favor able conditions t bpjng widely scattered over the county and in the selection officers the stockholders havebeen able to secure the very best men The of ficers are W Irvin president Corlcy vice president H L Stum cashier B F Green as sistant cashier L W Irvin Dr T J Slaton F K Jamison F N Is bell J F Doss J L Wilkins Doyle Willis directors This bank win only add to our financial and prove another factor in our growth adding its full share to Greenvilles position asthe foremost point in a progressive county Bessie Congest Returned run Central City Monday Mr and Mrs Charles King are entertaining a neW boy Mrs Ethel Mercer was in Central City a few days last week Mr Lewis Fleming returned from gn etpndcd trip in Oklahoma Mr Sherman Hays and wife spent Sunday at Browder the guests of Mrs Terrell Misses Yeller Propst and Annie Sage spent Saturday night at Lu zcrne the guests of Mrs Jackson Messrs Mashall Burney J W Hansboro and Nat Long left for Okverisboro where they will be witnesses in the Hunter case Mr Hunter was caught between two cars and killed near the tipple here nearly two years ago J Tempest and Sunshine the j J tri t famous novel cnjpy j jnostwpfCs pcrous season cntourj t year W F Mann the producer of looking forward to even a more successful season this year now that the financial situation has settled down to business once iqore MTenv pest and Sunshine HfUSSfced to ap pear at the Opera on May 12 Tobacco Marjti- Hopkinsvllle The expected fall ing oft in sales of loose tobacco came last week The hogshead market was active Loose tobacco prices as follows Lugs 450 to 8 leaf 7 to 1650 Owing to the smaller offerings daily silcs have been discontinued Beginning with this week the hogs head market IE expected to show activity and short work will probably be made of the amount on sale probably 2000 to 2500 hogsheads On hogshead tobacco prices ranged Lugs 6 to 9 leaf 750 to 1750 250 hogsheads last week as usual all sales being private deals between buyer and seller The Burley Tobacco Society of Lexington recently closed a with a Frankfort firm to er 6000 tobacco hogsheads at points along the Kentucky river in Owen Henry and Carroll counties for the reception of tobacco from farmers there Rural Telephones- Mr Farmer Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself a position to get the rftar et quotations at any timb This can be accgmplishetf by means of our telephone serviePi which you and yoqr neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the ben efits received Call cr address our nearest office or write direct to head quarters Nashville Tennessee for information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the southern portion or Indiana and Illinois CUMBERLAND TEL TEL Co s Incorporated See the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Rbarks received unhand stop oftheir L JohnM standing Powderiy M f the plays Ii Thursday Saleswere contract deli i p I1 Sunday use ranged in- creasIng approximately 1itt CIRCUIT COURT The third week of citcuit court is drawing to a close with a continu ance of a busy session which will close tomorrow though this is a fourweek term The attendance is limited as farmers are busy and only parties in interest are present- W J Whitt suing the Elk Valley Coal Co for personal injuries lost his case the jury returning a ver dict for the defendant Geo Cisncy secured a judgment of 40 against F Y Boggess for to a buggy into which Boggess ran on the public road J Tnntll was given 75 as a sick benefit agiinst the Great Casualty Itulemity Co in which he held a policy Owens secured a judgment against the Central Coal Iron Co for 350 for personal injuries- A judgment of 60 against Tade Foley was secured by W L Walk who sued on a false arrest Harry Tyldsley was given a of 200 against the city of Central City for Damage to property caused by water John Gray sued the L N rail road for personal injuries but the company won Chas Allen of Hopkins count received a verdict of 200 agair si Qoo Wood marshal of Central City for false arrest The Central City Ice Cold Storage Co was ordered to pay 250 to Andy Tuck for personal in jury Clifford Walling on a plea of guilty had a charge of malicious cutting reduced to cutting in sud den heat and passion and Was giv en a fine of J ioo 10 for correspondence School trustee election Saturday Mr W Cox of Madisonville is here on legal business Mr T B Pannell and wife have a fine girl at their home born last Saturday Yesterday wa pension court clerks were busy several hours Stair carpet fasteners and corner dust shields at Roarks All finishes in stock Messrs J A Shaver and Wm Hallinan were in Louisville on busi ness a few days lat week Several persons are planning to see the Ringling Bros circus at Owensboro on Friday of next week Make a date with your some other fellows the v M C A opening Monday May j6th 730 p m Lost oh road between Drakes boro and Greenville last Friday a pocket book Return to this office rewardCull Bros new meat shop Best of everything in this line Telephone No 279 There will be an election Saturday of one school trustee to hold three years Voting will be done at the high school building There are rumors that we are to have one of the large circuses here this season but each informant names a different show The opera house will be light again next Thursday night when the Mann company will present Tempest and Sunshine- If you want Job pnntjng give this office lot orde fo promptde The citizens of Greenville and friends are cordially invited to at tend the opening excrqisesi of the Y u g MeuSi christian Association on Monday evening May i6th at 730 oclock- It will he a great strain on many of our people to have t i wait fur the information from Washington as to how many people we have in town But the enumerator can give out no information The ladies ty the Y M C A assisted jy qutside local talent will give an entertainment at the Y M C A building next Friday night May 13 the proceeds to be used in furnishing the building Everyone should aicud r n Eastern ere judgment 1T J dayand U ut nJlnIa UU L Ca girlor for 1 I aux of c I If q injuries leo lvy S House cleaning is dustless when cleaners driven by are t J11 I4 ip r f4a9 J i t 3 i J 1 1- t i f GEmotors 4 55 a 5 5 i Dust is easily removed from walls mattresses may be renovated in the house carpets are thoroughly cleaned without being taken up After the flexible cord attached to a socket and the electricity is the GE motor runs without attention andcurtains is turnedon 5 The members of the vacuum clean ing club are not giving out any data is to the number of cubic yards ot lirt removed from their residences Although TilE RECORD has offered a handsome prize for the information Notice to Taxpayers A penalty of six cents on theddl lar will be added on all city taxes June i CAP not see on the last day before the penalty is added so do not wait til the very last day J II Collector There will be a special O N train out of Owensboro as far as Central City on the night ot May leaving after the night perform ance of the Ringling Bros show This will be a great Onvenience to the many Muhlenbcrgers who wan to secthe show School hooks for all grades car be found at the new store of Ieslii Hale and school supplies of al kinds also f3 THE RECORD has an inquiry as t who is the champion light weight o America and having no sportim editor has referred the matter Tw responses are very good one the title the and other for ht ire man Both are good hut other entries uH be accepted fo the usual nominating fee The success of the socalled bool plays during the past few years hd been so favorable that theatrical managers have given them more time and attention than some year ago One of the important to appear at the Opera Houst on Thursday May 12 will be Tempest and Sunshine a dram atization of Mary J Holmes boot of the same name The finest assortment of table china Have you a ring v other jewelry some sil verware cane umbrel la or other item that you want engraved Take it t U ak and the wnrfc u l fye dne quickly 9 not i everyone Prl IAN 3 I claiming fur coalman the attractions U z Quaker O Family Size pad ld or- t I o i 7 7fx l S paid by in t I iI bt nut 1 tn Ijr Central Ettrtric Motor Rrnonlot Iii tS S Easier thatf 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 then OUR DAY CURRENT Will Do Your Cleaning Greenville Light 6 Water Goi incorporated Agency for General Electric Companys Motors K I u A Poor Weak Woman As she is termed will endure bravely aad patiently which 9 Btron man would give way under dot U women are more patient thaa they ought to be under such troubles Every woman ought to know that she may obtain the most advice free of charge and in absolute confidence and privacy by writing to the Worlds Dispensary Association R V Pierce M D President Buffalo N Y Dr Pierco has been chief consulting physician of the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute of Buffalo N Y for years and has had wider practical agonies experiencedmedical Fit n in the treatment of womens diseases than other physician In this country medlclaes are worldfamous for their astonishing efficacy The most perfect remedy ever devised for weak ud ieU IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG SICK WOMEN WELL The many and varied symptoms of womans peculiar ailments are fully set forth in Plain English in the Medical Adviser 1008 pages a newly revised and uptodate Edition ot which clothbound will be mailed free on receipt of 31 onecc t to pay cost of mailing only Address as above any his eats women is Dr Pierces Vvorite Prescription rtamp Many Will See Circus ttarirctfs f This City and fur rnuiiig Ctiitry to Visit li ling ilwws Ringling Brothers Circus is the magnet that will attract hundreds of im luc SUl rounding country to Owensboro on Friday May 13 The railroads arc offering special inducements in the way of cheap rates The program the Ringlings arc offering this year is nothing less than vonderful It is given by 375 artists Over 200 of them are Europeans naking their first tour of America There are no less than 100 big acts Novelties will be presented by the elephoning elephants the wonder ul Schuman horses from Albeit Schumaus German circus Lnrch ramily ot acrobats the Arthur Sax m trio of strOng men Robledillo he Spanish the Man l o Mmirz family of upsidedown iellringert Alexis family of aer alists the Dutton company rians the aerial Klarkoaians and he hfty funniest clowns in the world The chief attraction of the menag erie is Darwin the missing link He ooks more like a human being than ome men Darwin lives in his own louse It has windows doors pic ures on the wall electric lights ami t hot water heater He dines at a table with a complete table equip ment He weares the cloths of a man He carries a watch and ia fond of a soothing pipe He is a iriendly chap and likes to shake nands with visitors Another attract ive member of the menagerie is Jen nie an elephant that has Just passel her 214th birthday When George Washington was still president of the United States she was brought from the wilds of India to become an at traction in the Zoological Gardens at London England She was then too years old She is still in her prime for elephants have beets known to live for 500 years More than likely Jennie will live to eat peanuts from the hands of children whose great grandparents are yet unborn The forenoon parade is far the oust stteel sjcctate the Ringling Brothers have ivcr devistd It as built in the foreign workshops of jhe show near last winter Stt a cost of more than f 1000000 Il was made from designs executed by the best artists of Italy and France hi it be seen 1280 people from all parts of the world 650 horses and than half elephants n Anierca It will be wUes long It leaves ifce how grounds at oclock in theiortSfbon rUE RECORD Soc per year tIf f vict rlZrm t 1 hnU1 41 rt I wire dancer the ofeques i moro th fee J J fj l t1fIt oah i J i tIlL j 5 5 a S ROARK Furniture Shades Moldings i Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Wrapper Slippers Vaults Y 11 u0 t C 4 W llp per C f A Rob Disinf O ltilir t tf I r AYRtrJy a ta s r rave in fl iLVli j U iint GAJt f EEjRI pOl RIVf vALLEY SOLICITED raiDY- e i 1TPdl iTI- 1CGUE OREGOldc- oacEssoOE CE Tills innllnr must not be reprinted with out special permission A SMALL GAME A word of iantion may be of help to ROIUIJ will contemplate shipping house hold goods to western states particu larly tjiose bordering on the Pacific This huts reference to Including In ship Urn of household goods only those things which ire classed as such In the freight schedules and what these are be ascertained from the agent point nf To Illus trate Not tong since a gentleman who hud engaged n through car to coast utter loading his goods thought he would put in two or three tons of haled hay At the lost division point before the car arrived at Its destine lion lilt rar was inspected and nddl tional charge exacted which increased till freight hill triire Hum 1CO Thus Instead of being ii source of profit the Huiallumoiuil of hay shipped cost close to a ton to transport The lesson i was a rosily out but It vns well leilrned To the vertigo patron of tninspoiiation companies this looks like st mining at a hunt and taking ad vantage ut trusting and unsuspecting Immigrants for rue poorly concealed purpose of picking their pockets Its n holdup game that does credit to no railroad management and It goy with out saying that it would not he prac ticed at nil in sections where there was uvuu a Kcmhlancc of competition It is tricks and Kcitldnddery of this type pnicllrril by xome transportation cnuipnttles i lini lend to put the whole rlasri in disrepute and seem in fact to Justify the feeling on the part of the payee that transportation companies urc uojdtip institutions nod enemies of public place full nUb In tlip piiliHc IC damned policy Jn same trick was tried In ono case upon n widow und her daughter who were easy victims while In one or two nth or Instance a loud lodger was put tip and tho railway ofllclals modified their tactics THE FARM CENSUS Beginning April 15 Uncle Sams enumerators will not only count the noses of 10000000 or more people iff the country huh they will want an Inventory of the stuff on every form of the country Among other things tile iuimenilora will want to find out will lie li Total value of farm with nil buildings and improvements 2 value of all buildings III value of nil Implements maul machinery including tools wagons carriages harnesses etc and all appliance and apparatus used In farming operations num her and value of domestic animals Including cattle horses mules swinG and xhecp classified by scr and the year whieh they wero born 5 number nnd value of the several va rietles of poultry over three months od tli number and value of swarms of hires In estimating tho value of the several Items listed the fanner should be guided by the prices which prevail were the stuff offered fur wile If an Inventory of the above fhiraeler Is Hindu out by every land ifwiier In rdvance it wnuld not only save the enumerator and himself time at the busiest season of the year hut a record would prove very vain able for reference on later occasions lust met ions which tare been ed fur the einunernlora state that each operator must contlnc his report of acreage and yield of crops to land ln Is working at the time of the emuncnitors visit Should he he n whlcli he did not work the pro vjoru year lie nlioucl secure n record of the place from the suns who dill handle It THE HOME WATER SUPPLY The healthfnlcess prevailing In any home depends In part upon the whole somonesM of tho food consumed but In ninrh larger measure upon the water Mipply the purity of which Is largely aneroid hr i he proximity of con l a ml natlng causes suds ns time seepage from the barnyards and cesspools AVhoro It Is not feasible to Install a toller system with water tight drain ago to a cesspool located at n sate fUR tanej from tho supply the most ratlonnl equipment for the outhouse 1 n substantial drawer made of two Inch song the contents of which be killed by the addition of slaked line from time to lime nut which can lc hauled leld rind dumped ns often as niny be ly such dis posal of night i lie danger of n ron tamlwulon of the water supply Is re if a minimum Ve that tugs I not i pleasant subject to cuss hut ll In practical nail vital and concerns vhlolly those who least alilt H font doctors hills Wlure n cesspool Is already In bad Khi 5 e ruay be Unproved dwnplnjr iiI half a barrel or of vhleh will put a quietus ij u disease germs which may be lnrnlntHierp It should thou be Will Inttilcd j j J w f N i Z r 1 lit x jo t hrh t fitfUl r I r 8 i inn 1H00 try doted 0 II IIIItJlrlIlU t l lied up u better 4 t 11 Zi jil Xt R f St7 if i I s u only at the thee t ell tai blch L rprallert r 1iixlinccs reloted census would sec b prep nut i c t water 1 h ell r realize 8t t ore t J1rfVy I 1 u sot i1 Ins w t elms tit t ptid f s a r ns yp CARE OF ROADSIDES Remove All Rubbish and Preserve Trees to flake Highways Attractive No mutter how smooth stet welt constructed the traveled road be If the roadsllen are not cared for the highway as a whole wll out give a good iinuxv Ion All rublilnli should he removed the excavations should he flllcd stud ciubnnknients smoothed null planted wllh rass wherever It will grow Unsightly brush should he cut nod grubbuu out Sometimes however the brush send small trees If suitably trimmed mill to use attractiveness of the roadsllc All trees wlileh ore ornamental or which have value as suede trees should preserved and protected un less they grow so close together as to make n douse shade In hot dry cll malts particularly stud Indeed In most places trees are a considerable factor In reducing the cost of maintenance since they lessen the evaporation of the moisture from the macadam In exposed purees where the sweet of the wind would be otherwise unbro ken they serve to prevent In n meas- jure the blowing away of the binder the md surface Unfortunately In such places it Is often diilicult to make trees grow Care In the selection of the kinds of trees best suited to the locality IH Important A good arrangement along roadsides for trees with large tops Is to set them about iffy feet apart on each silo but alternating so that there will bo a tree every twentylive feet along the road HELFING RURAL CARRIER Gaccl Cads Can Shorten His Work end He Can Serve Patrons The man who brings yrur papers lull letters to you more regularly time you could go to lown sifter them mluding the rain or other Inclem envies deserves good roads that he may shorten his work or serve more patrons Much road building Is neglected till late fall because the farmers think that this is tho only season In whUlt they have time for such work Very often this work because It has not time to acquire permanence There are however a number of road repairs which may be done to very great advantage at this time The ruts may be Oiled the bridges reenforced nil culverts cleaned out ditches drop erred or out the split log drag used niter reins Besides helping time carrier nil work done ra lime roar rooMinls t the advar of lu raoier enabling him to entry ut er loads to town In shorter time Wherever there Is any rubbish that would cause snowdrifts for the ear rier to wade or drive through in reach ing the box It should be removed The mail boxes should be so placed that unnecessary straining or reaching la molded The snail carrier can always tell you where the roads need working TIPS TO HIGHWAY USERS Engineers Novel Method For Keeping Roads In Good Condition A novel amid unusual method of call Ing attention to the proper troy In which to use n good rond was recently put In operation by State Highway En grocer A N Johnson of Illinois It consists of a card bearing the toilets tag legend i HOW TO KEEP THIS ROAD I FOR YEARS This road was constructed for your uso Dont drive in one track Avoid making ruts If ell use one placo all the wear will be in one placo and make a rut If you use a little care and not drive exactly whcro the wagon did the wear will ba dis t- tributcd which will keep the i surface smooth and the road will remain good for years otherwise It will coon be rutted and the smooth surface gone i Tim are 3V4 by 5Xj Inches in size and nre given to the wen la charge of road work for distribution to passersby This calls direct attention to the subject and seems to be more effective than placards tucked at the side of the road Instead of a hasty glance in passing tho patrons of tho toads put the cards In their pockets to be reread anti siren more mature con slderatlon Multimillionaire Read Supervisors San Diego county Cal boasts the only multimillionaire bourd of road supervisors In the United States ac cording to Director Logan W Page of the public roads division of the de partment of agriculture who says Son Diego county has a lot of wealthy residents Most of them own automobiles and there was a lot of kicking about the rough roads Among the kickers were AI OI Kpaldlug who made his millions manufacturing base balls Claus Spreckels Jr whose fa ther accumulated a bank roll that would choke n railway tunnel and 13 M Scripps who owns newspapers nil over the central west The road com inlssloncrK grew tired of the growls end appointed n hoard of roadway su pervisors composed of the throe gen tlemen I have mentioned The nal contents agreed to without pay Today they arc spending 1250000 the county It doesnt make any dif ference to them what It costs to build n road It the county hasnt the ey they donate li Mr Spalding built nine miles of as fine road as I trot driven over ami Mr twenty I I I I I Ill More Iswasted I t COt g In- S roof 4 fti I e may clot b e cans score bar 1 c 1 ALCOHOL IN SICKNESS At ono of the London public hos n special is IT alcohol to patients rarely aa each linn that ono of tho physicians docs so ha submits a tho reasons that actuated him In tho thirtytwo of tho existence of tho alcohol hill only been ono times cases received era exactly like those received nll tho For loai they num leered 1357 in patients only Tin dcatbrnto among vns per cent For tin arson tho death rate among tho other London miblb was 91 cent Jhcrcforo luo UEO of alcohol in sick Hess is not to bo regarded aa a nccca Although most pre scribe solution with for their thcro was ono of national reputation lioliov to put his valuable for diseases cf women a i o fcrra ho used aa n solvent and preservative chemically 13 a better solvent cud preserve tive of the active medicinal residing in most of our indigenous cr native than b Pierce found that tho glycerine be intrinsic medicinal properties of great valueNo woman WK 13 suffering from inflammation from the anti drains 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