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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 1iXIi I I itiX kkl Record Advertiing Costs Nothing It pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates rnII ZWftUII r 1 l L L t A Good Paiat in Time Saves When your luiUlnss nod every you money The sun rein snow frost arc Rcttina work Lumber coiU too GARTERStrictly Pure WHITE LEAD Pure Linseed Oil Pure Turpentine and the most cxpeasirs colors The kind of scale will remove it LCUJ figure with you when ready to pint We a Crttclai and durable prices reasonable Dont put it oil J H HAYES Painter and Interior i Decorator No 254 The Register POLANDCHINA BOAR NOXAL WONDER Lit nIt day n loltjtd for J FJwork we we never ofwear T s clay costs tptb want ofa lime j dn- ttta Isa- aul tr rile twe yotkutg but tllit i aackstot job t CJJ 1 1 1 JItcor e r th t COUGHS JW Cotmty is rick iii coal iron timber potters clay etc and the most inviting field in Ken for investment ofcapital arid pluck 101 t1 bert t J1t tuck tNc r r- r t rrP 4- y G1 1 VOL XII NO 16 GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY MAY 26 1910 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE It I June 14 Flag Day lrankfort Ky May Wilson has issued a Flag diy proc lamation calling attention to anniversary of the birth of the flag and suggesting that cverbody show allegiance to the flag on that and all days The proclamation is as follows To the People of Kentucky The American Flag Association organized to perpetuate the love of our people for the flag and the earn est patriotic spirit which that love strengthens sends its reminder Tuesday June 14 1910 will be the one hundred and thirtythird anni versary of the adoption of the stars ant stripes as the flag of the United States I call upon all of our people to join in cherishing the love of the fllag on June 14 1 order that the flig be displayed on all State build ings and invite the celebration of the day I call upon the Mayors of our cities to recognize the anni versary and order flags to be display ed upon the municipal buildings of their cities and by proclamation invite their fellowcitizens to do the same upon their private buildings I appeal to the newspapers ID cherish the interest of our people in this anniversary of the birth of the flag by local articles editorial com ment historical articles upon the subject of the flag and appeals the people to display the colors on Flag day I call upon all school officers and teachers to arrange patriotic exercises appropriate to the day I appeal to all patriotic throughout the State and to all State officers to stir the public heart by their exercises upon this day and I call upon all citizens to join the public recognition the birth day of our flag and I call upon herald the coming and celebration r breeze everywhere throughput all the State from every church school and building public and private and from every home throughout the entire Commonwealth It will be a beautiful tribute for the pupils in every school to salute the flag and pledge allegiance to the flag and the republic for which it stands and I call upon every good Kentucky American to his eye to take off his hat and rest it his heart We cannot too often be re minded too often remind each other of what that flag stands for V AUGUSTUS E WILLSON Governor of Kentucky Diseases if ChiMtai Uiiecessirjr The idea prevails among people that children must have the ordinary diseases of childhood and that it is better to expose them as soon as possible It is an old fashioned belief and the object is to protect children from in fection instead of exposing them to it As children arc more suscepti bpi to variations in temperature than adults so are they also more apt to contract certain diseases The sur est way to protect them against in fection is not to expose them This is extremely difficult where there are large gatherings of children such as at mblic schools or in thickly lated districts but if the health of a child is maintained by pursuing pro hygienic measircs as to food bathing sleep fresh ait and sun shine it is safe to say that it runs a small risk of contracting one of the infectous diseases even when expos ed to it We should strive to de the tissues of the body proper modes of living to such a de gree that exposure to unfavorable conditions will be met with resist Have you a ring other jewelry some sil verware cane umbrel la or other item that you want engraved Take it to the work will be done quickly bpst manner Ciretf Childrens Teeth Ve cannot begin too early in life for the teeth and mothers often negligent in watching the condition of their children in this of in J r t9Gov them r Ie f I f that I e Ii u I I j I- Itt n in i c tom I I U societies- t o i a ne 4 I J JQ 1 over many today I J 1 o t perk J J v lope b o i rand n 0 are y Itee 1 J U kJ r tA r e J 1 alto C t- tnddes I C A nor tt t c l pop I r ti j tl a n 4 ance r Roar 4 a care t hr ra r A e r 1 u particular Many believe it entirely unnecessary to give any attention to the temporary or milk teeth Asa of fact these teeth in the growth and development of the sec cond or permanent ones which ab sorb the milk teth as they push their way forward Children should he taught as soon as they are capable understanding that the toilet uf the mouth is ah essential part of the daily regime and brc provided with their own set of clcntirJ preparations including a baby to th brush with camels hair If left themselves the children will go at the cleansing process too vehemently and bruHc the delicate tissues of the mouth They shouM be taught how to hold the brush how to lay the powder or paste upon it and ho to apply it gentle strokes which should not be across the movements bu in the direction nf their growth so that the places preen the teeth arc well cleansed Sentence Sermons The kingdom waits for every day J kindness and justice He has no true faith in his God who has none in himself The life of goodness leads to faith the goodness life A crooked man is most likely to have a smooth way with him The congregation is the best com on the creed of a church Its better being one small blast furnace than a dozen prairie fires Aseptic chaYity is more than keep ing your tainted money to yourself The best preparation for a home in heaven is making homes heaven ly It is no use looking for wisdom on trees without roots in experi Faith as to what may be is more important than conviction to je an alheist in A man always most likely to get lost when he is immersed in himselfThe world knows the church by the kind of people on whom she puts her O K No man can love the oppressed weak who does not hate the strong oppressorIf preach without thinking you will find plenty to listen doing f Some men never make any steam by throwing cold water others fires The leaders are those who work hardest when they do not have to work at all Teach a child to lie in the hymns on Sunday and the temptations of the week will take care of the rest No man will have much trouble with his faith if he reserves its for the time left over after living its precepts According to some it makes uo difference how many dead cats you throw into the well so long as you keep the pump handle polished If the honest people in the churches knew the people outside as well as the people outside know the humbugs it would make a lot of difference Why Wo Are Stronger The old Greeks and Romans were great admirers qf health and strength their Pictures and statuary made the muscles of the men stand out like cords As a matter of fact we have alh letes and strong men men fed on fine strength making food such as Quaker would win in any contest with the old Roman or Greek champions Its a matter of food The finest food for making strength of bone muscle and nerve is fine oatmeal Quaker is the best because it Is pure no or stems or black species Farm wives are finding that by feeding the farm hands plentifully on Quaker Oats they get the best results in work and economy If you are convenient to the buy the regular size pack ages if not near tho store buy the largo size family package BisselPs cyco carpet sweepers the very models from this great factory jare for salt at furniture store If you have never used sweeper you possibly appreciate the advantages Call for a a ail t t ellt or tit circa J bean f nt r cnce as co what rloglcJantl l1 r e is without save n problems Oatsthat orOats store 2 iI cannot It i R r9 I i w easy top o v your yours lif o era latest Roar demonstration 44 ks BUSINESS LOCALS Give you job printing orders to TilE RECORD For firstclass livery service in including closed carnages call on Barbour Head Get a set of pneumatic rubber tops for your typewriter keys Greatest aid to operation of any machine Roark has them and you are asked to roll fur a look Pittman Brus new pleat shop near the Bnptist church is ready for business 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 she rcpcicuts the best plant in this territory Bear in mind that Roark has splendid selections of wallpaper in stock ready for and sample bricks of the finest papers made which can be procured on short notice after selection I Give appreciate laundrywork delivery i g t No 74507 sire Perfect Wonder dam QUEER QUALITY fine individual from a perfect strain of prize winners is now in service at Sroo cash in hand only The of public is solicited J E COOMBS More than nine out of ten cases of rheumatism are simply rheumatism of muscles due to cold or damp or chronic rheumatism In such cases no internal treat ment is required The free application of Liniment is nil that is needed and it is cer tain to give quick relief Give it a trial and see for yourself how quickly it relieves the pain soreness Trice 250 large size soc Patron ge the I 11 I Iii ifIn1 I nlatl i th i r e LIt t ever tit1d DR J W BARLOW Crown mud Bridge Work done at prlqci Office up stairs in Building Oreenvule Ky DR T J FMiyttlclan and Burgeon Office Maincross street near Mulustreet CAM HOWARD WADE n GRAY HOWARD GRAY LAWYERSOffice In Green Building opposite LaHude lintel DR LOUELLA HELTSLEY OSTEOPATH Office at Home East Mafacross Street Tolophono No 78 Z O KINGi Notary Public arid Li censed Auctioneer CENTRAL CITY KY f Sales Hide Anywhere iigoiiiity Terms R3sinatie Box 93 Z8 BETWEEN f Louisville and fhicagoIt- EST LINE TO California cud the I Vast Nohwcst ft Two trains daily w Lick and West Jid pri js r DEARBORN V CHICAGO and Parlor Gars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E H BACON D P A N W Cor 4th and Market Sts LOUISVILLE KY Roarks furniture polish is some what better than the rest and is sold considerably cheaper and with th broadest guarantee money back i not better than any you ever used We Ask You to take Cardal for your f trouble because vo are sure will help you Remember that this great tamale remedy DENTIST tbcJunes lb one i M no r french i ij I Dining f cm1o it reasonable SON P i- aeYrr NON r h lu STAID NJ r i vmEDf U 3 has brought relief to thousands of other sick women so why not to 3 you For headache backache periodical pains female weak M ness rally have said it Is tho 3 bee medicine to take Try U 1 Sold in This City F2 FURSHides and Feather Tallotr Beeswax Cbtcn yApple Vnd GnCer etc We ate dealers e uUI hed ia 1856 Orrt LouIrnDs and can do lyt you za accnts or merchants any flank in LouiniHe Write for wally pctce i t and tipping tap n Saba Sons 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE owauy 1 4 f Wool i Cowen Se4Ydlow Root hill CClIlurrin better coz doa Refers c TRADE MARits DCSIGUS- COPymGHTS c1- cJ 11ruhnhl pnIn CnnllIIII1ItIo- UOllllllrlctlrollUdcIIIIRI otllncn nipedal notice Tltllout eliarao la the nU lt taN no1 fIt M wlfC Unlco sF SL D O7 r 1 I r Anyone erndlllttasketch and 1- QutcklT na ortaht our free n a nt lent Irco n once for Patents taken DhMu1 rccoty c11iconl- atlm lenlontlGunnrual four monlhtl4 3tiloroadaarQ- Draosb thRa r KING OF CURES THE WONDER WORKER THROAT I DR KINGS I LUNGS FOR COUGHS AND COLDS PREVENTS PNEUMONIA I had the most debilitating cough a mortal was ever dieted with ud mj cxfirtti that when I left my bed it would surely be for my grave Our doctor pr ce4 y tecitrtbfe but thanks be to God four bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery cured M cmikttrr that I am all sound and well MRS EVA UNCAPHER GrovertowH In Price 5Q08BJ 100 ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED Alt Druggists FOR ANDY NEW DISCOVERY Ii fri i i i Trill rIM IIJISOLD AND GUARANTEED BY f r P coat Ito k ST r I r LAW FE Tlgjjtlj TfiiTTlf fiir dens W t t itai door lion TVrito for UNION FENCE CO DeKalb Kansas City Me C M HOWARD CO White Sewing Machines in rotary and vibrator needles shuttles etc in stock for all machines ROARKS STORE AT FACTORY PUCE GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS jofaTelTltMle 1Qvo3t eut1 1 JIt a IlL i 1i le ls r41 andcatalog 7 No 270 TWOINONE e ship al1 vehicles sheet from our C O D to Consumer subject lotximiuatkm niil n importance to the Harness Co to have every otic v h us n and No Tot t is spared to rial c cachsliipnienttUkh cxcclUi t value f C h tiid syle tfvehicle that it rlll be a Advcrtscmcrtt and bring us many orders in return If at a i c you wtl recommend our to yiir iic llxir Our toourc stoma as it would be to a dealer Ifjixxnnrc not on your money Is returned to you iiko no ritik Yo manufacture honest Vehicles anti Harness invoour customers money Hl rirrs rromjJ j Write for our Free Busty and Ilarnesd Citi iur GLOBE BUGGY St HARNESS COMPAN1 OWETSBORO KENTLCinr s lice It Is JtC1Mt Globe nll I C I you honestly buggy 11 1c2 M dlc1118 s uu I I I I KILHaTHa CUCtAND CHJEiE Vlml raltting9s New iSq Facto of the k t serf t e 6 an mode goods Guarantee represented I i m L iCyS eR I fOR cQUCHS OLDS I f I lrlJr Ir- AID la r GOOGO BODIES Malllalcd Annually on Dissecting TaWu C FBIC3 51CO Coils FreeTrib AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES SATISFAOTOEY OR MONEY REFUNDED GUAR NTEE I 4 r I I r use tools Slinjdj pnc Hill fill of pictures Still copr If you lis papa SIJMaycar- r ini roii Iub Co ii s Roitoo Mats ererytely dectdrity the ill odencanlboto Jpie same S 61RvTmrt YanISiPCI1tNIC sawra iaeft learn alu foe 1rIlc n Inlr1CStjII I oTaH Iny e h t1flli1UCfI j t1 Icbm Qll I menllun rpc merlcnFhotofhY I rrl T 11ihnencrnphy e t niis ItliecatetaI a- ctel Sane ie1 e this li 1 of 1 ERIC y FOR GOLDS IF i AIR WATER VERMIN BURQLAR PRQOT 4 n T51P R2VTP PROOF GRAVE VAULT leefishes human KUuiilTeruiiuUurrowtnraiilinal nd is A ItAKJiU VAtllTshould eaiiiloyed m c cry 1 revu R Rlr bt anal be blade is aU stars root G burg The DXKER VAULT carried i steck hy The J ESTATE ereenville e RQA 1J Er l ti ra4IKfH1 f a o Chemical Car IQIIU u r We Constantly Have ALL SIZES in Stock BO Per Cent Better have used less than one bottle of Cardui writes Mrs Gertrude Ward of Rushvllle Neb and am feeling fifty per cent better than when I began taking it Before taking Cardui I had suffered with female trouble for eight years My greatest trouble was irregu larity I also suflcrcJ with severe pains every month but now I am greatly improved and dui to all my suffering friends I The oman Tonic Tin rare medicinal herbs of Cardui are imported by the manufacturers direct from Europe and are not to be found in other incdidne These ingredients are what give Cardui its superiority as a female medicine and tonic over any medicine For over 50 years Cardui has been the favorite wom ans medicine The ladies like it because it is so easy to take so gentle so safe so reliable in its results and have faith in its curative tonic powers because of the thousands of other ladies it has helped Try it today Write to Lstf cs Advisory Dcpt CbaHnnooca Medicine Co Chattanooga for Special Instructions and 64pacc book Home Treatment f r sent free s I willrecommend i ake vomc c r CarS r z 4iZ s 1 3i 3tarkearJook Jr1919 7 is to mall It will be sent to any person interested in fruitgrowing on receipt of 7 cents to cover The represents an entirely new idea in literature IS a art as well as a catalogue of Stark Within are 32 illustrations of flowers representing 175 varieties dene in four colors and exactly reproducing o i Stark Delicious the apple orchard planting and established new of California of the very best things m horticultural world are fully described illustrated and priced To one one tree or fruits or ornamental this book is of inestimable horticultural guide to selection Stark trees have stood the test of planting for 85 are the yardstick which all ether nursery are are the first choice of country s most successful The success of the orchard is dependent on the cf tree planted Stark varieties are the best of the best Our 85 years of successful a positive guarantee of tree quality Before you deride to buy tend 7 cents for the Stark Both da it today before tie edition is exhausted Stark Bros Nurseries and Orchards Co Louisiana Missouri v c ook r its covers nature cs are to and records 0 standardof apple 1000 per bushel Stark King David another wondrous quality and Stark Kin Philip t valuea textbooka supreme I r 1 l J o W l ri j r 1 fry 0 iC t r X 1 full descriptions rigs at redacts orchar lets I car t tK a n Yi 4 w n t I THE EtCRD po An Independcnt N w8pnpcr TttuneuVrs nT llFrOfln PRESS r 1 runttanco Ovrsx UtoE president o OmaN L UOAKKSccrctury ORJUSN L EDITOR LongDistance Telephone No 72 O fUcc In new annex renr of store ground floor 50 CERTS PER YEAR IK ADVANCE TERMS The subscription of the paper Is y We in nrirancc when the expired to which It la paid the will be stopped Cards of thanks obituary notices etc If not lontrer than t n linen will be free A charge of be line will be made for succeed Free sample copies will be mailed AdTertlscmenmxilbe Inserted will be furnished on Address allcoraranatcu uiiM H I wafer Ml M mlttancca payable to RKCUHH PKJMS THURSDAY MAY 26 1910 Entered at the Green lllo Kjrpostofllce How FAST we do move A second hand air ship is being advertised for sale in Chicago SOME people go to Europe and others stay at home and complain of the high cost of living TilE school children of Beloit VM four to one for a sane Fourth Yet just a few years ago people said it could never be dune DR HYDE is continuing his study df medicine in prison He should lie conlined to study as practice of his kind seems extraordinarily fatal IF people had put m as much time on almost any other thing as has been spent in speculating about Halleys comet a great many useful things might have been accomplished MEANWHILE it may comfort those persqrs who thick they have had a escape to reflect that it will be years before Halleys comet visits this part of theunlverse A CHICAGO judge stopped a play p3jkray6r Gayhors administration llhis sho vs that the worth of a good can hardly be estimated Pub more of the like all over this country REINFORCED concrete continues to widen the range of its The western railroads arc preparing to build this summer long stretches of reinforced concrete snow shed3 These will not only be stronger than the present timber structures but they will be entirely safe from the menace of fire It it is the decision of the New York court that a traveling man cannot put tips in his expense ac count that ruling will do more to ward breaking up the tipping sys anything else you could mention It doesnt require moral courage or a physical strain to be generous at the expense of the boss The AHtoaobilistV Friend Mr George Westinghouse did much to make railway travel safe by the investigation of the air brake If he has perfected an air spring that will substantially do rub ber in automobile construction the has benefited a great industry and the users of its products He will have made aulcs cheaper and lessened the cost of running them He will haye brought them within the reach of many who afcr but cannot them The manufacturers would be swamped with osiers if autos were to cost lessIt was estimated recently that the present annual consumption of rub ber for niotor tires is about 30000 tons out of a total supply of tons Here is the explanation of the advance in the price of raw rubber which has raised the price or lowered the quality or over shoes rubber clothing etc For high class goods such as the inner tubes of motor tires manufacturers have to use what is known to the trade as fine Para rubber There is not enough of it to meet the de mand and it now costs over 250 a pound It is easy to see the econo mies that would ensue if rubber could be dispensed with A notable decrerse in the amount I l oAR paper lug No variation of this rule to Orroncltle Ky 17 YP1 accondclasil i stand e 4 narrow again because it was stupid in and immoral But ev to b iitti1i it Sh three months man service needs I t r It a ay with It yearn u afford J i 1 1 great 0 i r R a I I JIiI- tt f tt iin te 3 4 r It f- O o line anyone znte card err nAt 4 ass mattor- M 1 f f seventy five simply wdled deceit foundst a thipma be sufficient keen Uim front nassaYednearlY t 000000 during the first tic application te ii than I R t r A r 1 Q r 3 s of rubber requited for autos would leave more available for other pur poses Manufacturers who now use mist the inferior grades would use the the better grades and rubber any would wear longer than they o now and KOI is ilil alt Vcstinyin uses the invention would do It would put an effectual end to the wild specula tion in London in the shares of rub be ber plantations started or to be into started in Cc Ion or the Malay states and There will be a great smash under ing any circumstances It race the sooner if Mr Westinghouse were to prick the bubble with his air spring He might also dash the hopes of Americans who have been counting on Mexican and Centra American ruUbcr plantations and the spring price of rubber for large best and Increasing dividends Modern Buddhism 11 Buddhism in modern China has fallen into a shocking state of doll decay according to the correspondent of the London Times who is traveling the Celestial be empire He writes At the first inn where hot cakes were being sold my men rested There was a temple here and 1 went across to sec it The priest politely invited me into the guest room He probably did not expect me to enter but I did so and fount in a small room some twenty men smoking opium or not drowsing after the debauch And it was the priest who had supplied the opium and the opium pipes Could the flijddhiat faith as exemp lificd in its degraded ministers in China sink much lower On the fourth day out we the Kuan Yin Tang the hall of the goddess of mercy a fine temple which is however in a filthy state Its two hexagonal towers arc used as a common lodging house In this degraded temple the goddess herself and all her female attendants n are represented with the smallest of or oth d small feet of force and even of beauty adorn the walls of this decaying building which the expenditure of a few hun dollars would restore to its pristine glory A few cents would Wai make it clean but the cents are not GT spent It is no business Wtt Opium is smoked in the dirty TE Hu Yin Miao one of the temples I have seen in China It lies within an mclosure comparable with that of the Temple of Heaven in Pekin and has splendid halls and courts and pavilions Yet what a ruin The roofs have decayed or fallen in the triumphal archways are tottering Manure is dried in courtyards fit for a palace Barbers and beggars frequent the pavilions have seen no more striking cvi dence of decay Truly Buddhism in China is sadly deteriorating Deal at home as much as possible your home town This will make you a better home market and enhance the value of your property Aviation Meet Louis vile Saturday aid Juie 18 and 19 lar The people of Kentucky at last not are to have an opportunity to see aeroplanes in flight with real men soaring high in air and execut ing difficult and interesting with no other sustaining power than the planes and motors The Louisville Times has an nounccd that a great aviation meet is to be held in Louisville on June 1819 at Churchill Downs under the auspices of that paper at which A some of the worlds most noted aviators will be seen with their won derful aircraft Most prominent among these will be Glenn II Cut tiss whose during achievements both here and abroad have stamped him as a pcerlcs bird man Such others as Charles F Willard Chas K Hamilton Horace F Wild Bud Mars and C K Bites will also be in the contests for the of the air The comparatively recent ad vancement the of tion has been such as to startle the entire world and daily accounts of broken records show that there arc still great possibilities for heard of adventures by the sky pilots That records may be brok en at the Louisville meet is extrem ely likely from the fact that experts have declared the Churchill Downs course an ideal place for such meets and asam for the reason that unus i that you By Well I Barr cost E the in A 0 L 1 I coats 11 r wouldcome It d ones rooms iN t9J1vjp re Buildup SundayA bird evolutions HOI It supremacy in science the i Il I i Y T degradation across reached Frescoes considerable red 1i finest eeeeeeteeeeeeeeeeeeef00eee e eeeeeeceeeeeeeeeeeo Charchiil Downs avid tin nits s s gaily fortunate dates have been Weather reports for years show that the wind velocity for last half of June is the slowest of time in the cnr in Kentucky of nurse this is conducive to cnsy handling of the great ma chinesIt expected that rates will secured on all railroads leading Louisville for these two days it is expected that recordbreak crowds will flock to the historic course where heretofore the Kentucky thoroughbred has held undisputed sway Miss Lena Arnold handles cut flowers and potted plants and will appreciate orders which will have attention Rural Telephones Farmer Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place in a position to get the latest market quotations at any Tins can accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum is small compared with the received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to Nashville Tennessee for information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If you are at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the southern Indiana and Illinois CUMBERLAND TEL 5 TEl Co Incorporated Special Commissioners Sale tiepin of n judgment directed me whloh Issucil teem the Clerks Hee of the fJ- Mtililfiiborf County Court In inter of Miller 4 Trustee of rout Harriet II WUr etc i one of my deputies will on Monday the of June 1010 between the of 10 oclock A M and 1 P 31 In Cicenvlllc In Muhlonbuivr County Ky expose to PUBLIC SALE to the highest bidder the r llowinp J property or o notch thereof tin be necos to satisfy PInintlirM debt interest and ft towlt One black horue mule 15 12 hands hlph muly ten lawwn IIH the Drake cow one two horse OwciiBboro on f Sale will be made on n credit of f three mouths bond with approved aounrltle having tho force nUll effect of n Judgment WITNESS my hand thU 18th day of May 1010 T L ROLL Special Commissioner COAL The best ever and the price is right 200 PER TON DELIVERED Two mines the Penrod Bank and the Green ville Fuel QS Mine ALL ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY And COAL GUARANTEED Telephone 2322 A CORNETTE Mgr Notice lo Taxpayers penalty of six cents on the dol will be added on qll city taxes JV paid by June i I can not see on the last day before the penalty is added so do not wait till very last day J H PITTMAN Collector Give Miss Lena Arnold your laundry she represents Metcalfe of one of the plants I this state 5 IjJ jm fji f 1 ill V secured r ourself headquarters portion- or to L W aunt of lOl5O 1 f J one mule oli J5 12 bonds ono red iti f l1rttloNift1tirrhnfimnhrIItH Poi ni ut L ct ll j t t everyone J best t J it lour time benefits Ilarlsonor the n hours may IOycars old bay horse iii sear it fho rata ptsdltict lice unnnm itt1 w f l j 1 f Ei lei On account of the spring meeting of the Louisville Jockey club May 10 to June 4 the i t tire Illinois Central railroad will sell I tickets at reduced rates as follows t May 9 and 10 one fore and one third plus 250 for round trip Jim ited June 5 for return May 10 one fare plus 250 limited May n for return May 12 14 19 21 26 28 30 June 2 one and onethird fare plus asc for round trip limited for two days from date of sale W G CUAWKOUD Agent Wonderful Food is Richeleu Aspara gUSt Few vegetables contain so much nourishment for blood and bone Richeleu Asparagus is white the en stalk is tender and sweet Its tempting its a delicious food 35 cents per can C M HOWARD Co round- trip I return I t INESAL INSURANCE J I i no ROARKBLAKVIFLL represen the Home tar ance o of n Y e- We i that writes all kinds of and city properly farm rr s FIRE LIFt ACCIDENT EMPLOYERS LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY BONDS jIVE US A CALL VHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE BLACKWELL ROARK GREENVILLE KY DEF OY announce to our trade and the pub lie that our stocks of goods in all depart ments are larger and better selected than t ever in our history We carry a varied line of t and can supply most of the wants of the v 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 the lowest and your visits will be highly appreciated Undertaking Department We have just added an Undertaking Department to our business and will carry a comprehensive line of Coffins kets Robes Suits Wrappers and Dresses Also have a g in service on call anywhere Orders in this line given prompt and careful attention any hour day or night jj Teiepboires StoreJo I Night ro R or No 3 The BRIDGES SHANNON CO iDEPOY KENTUCKY IF r 2 ir p p p jjII Tile BRIDGES SUANNON 0 03 ffi5Ii 1L aIII X3 KENTUCKY e I I 1 Mrjj lw found ti d w I de ec 1 t v aQ ZN tD l l 4 Q E CasA i I 60000 BODIES Mililalcd Dissecting Aaaually 811 Talks AIR WATER VERMIN BURQLAR PROOF animals and is and A JUAKElC VAULT should be employed m every trade allin PerTburg The BAKER VAULT carried In stock by The J L ROARK Greenville Pino Lino of Burial Good II n r SAl Champion Chemical Cot oote Makers Springfield Ohio We Constantly Have ALL SIZES in Stock Subscribe for Pie Record Only JI SOC j J r r A New Newspaper A New Newspaper the Edited and published by 0 Pace at Greenville made its appearance APRIL 1 1Q1O 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 indusx 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 pearlY 20CJO One Dollar per worth it JOB DEPARTMENT- The Sentinel has one of the most complete job offices in Western Kentucky This department is under the supervise ion of Mr E E Reno one of the most obliging and 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100 Those who or mail this advertisement to us days after it and telling us where saw it will bo able to one reserved at the rate of 325 Books and stationery arc included No time limit If not ready now buy one use I I 1 i BUSINESS COLLEGE LOUISVILLE KY WALLPAPIR at Spei IPries Roars 1 i PRINCIPAL Y l uooaronraa Second and Walnut Streets r yy fx Adds Healtbiol Qualities to the Fwd Economizes Flour Batter and Eggs The only baking powder from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar No Limo Phosphates made AlumNo I rY- z1Ii4IMeoWbLW I C R R LOCAL TIME CARD r 1 NORTU BODHD NO 153 Louisville Exprem 102 Cincinnati ExpreHH 101 Louisville Limited 130 Central City occom 1155am 154 pin 08 am 715pm 135 Paducah and Cnlro accom 515am 121 Fulton Accomtnodatlou 101 New Orleans Special Nov 25 1009 WOCnAwronD Att THE NEARER BLESSINGS BY HAIUIIET W SEWALL Harriet Winslow Scwnll one of our minor poets was lion nt Portland Me In 1810 and at Wcltesley In 1880 The from which thU extract la mode U n statement of what we nit need to remember how many anti rich arc our simplest nearest for UsiilnylnK the best in life Why thus longing forever sighing For the fa roll unattained and dim Wblle the beautiful all round thee lying OtTers up Its low perpetual hymnT Wouldnt thou listen to gentle teaching All thy yearnlnRs It vould still Leaf and Slower and laden bee are preaching Thine own sphere though humble tlrst to till Poor indeed thou be If around thee Thou no ray of light and Joy canst throw If no silked curd of love hath bound thee To some little world through weal and woe If no dear eyes thy fund love can brighten X6 fond voices answer to thine own If nb brothers sorrow thou enlist lighten By dally sympathy and gentle tone Not by deeds that win the applauses Not by works tint gait thee world renown Not by martyrdom or Taunted crosses Cant thou win and wear the Immortal crown And truly loving truly live Give us your job work What so gray as a day May We saved one half of our raise by the state Needles for all sewing machines at Roarks City and school taxes will carry penalties after June i Rain go away and come again other day a month or so off Sec Cornette coal man you buy coal Concrete men are handling all the orders that can be given attention just now Good morning Have you paid school and city Penalty ap plies I Cabbage and tomato plants for sale W F Johnston Next Monday is court day and a large crowd will doubtless be in town that day are having some telephone agitation and it is hoped that good results will be obtained Give Fittman Bros your meat orders New shop best service Mr Ed Russell of Paris Tenn was here a few days this week with relatives and old time friends To what shall we charge our troubles now that the comet has gbne without any damage to us Telephone No 5 and your laundry be called for and delivered The ladies of the Cumberland serve refreshments at the Y M C A rooms on Decora tion day Dr J H Bray will be in Louis vide the remainder of the week at tending the annual sessions of the Kentucky Dental Association Call No 236 for cabbage tomato and sweet potato plants mix III i NO I IOIm 310 rm I Oca tO c Moss poem t i and thus I J Its restless must crowds is in t rain some the before i une county u AVe t f come and r c r It churchwilla 11 t I 1 of 7 J I t f C tto Tr b 444 sournaoaun r w 1- n d M r c f s prd opt of min n nu out y- aErerydaynrt lyrewantwllglr y4- a rlrIn MThou wiltr1 thou cant 4 d i 3 taxes K t b td rS S will r t Sq S ti 0 Out of coal Telephone 232 2 on for quick service and The red and blue teams are making ready for the finish in the Y M C A membership campaign which closes Saturday night less is Miss Mary Swain who has been visiting relatives here for some weeks will leave today for East Hampton N Y her home No See the Rockwell corner dust shield at Roarks The Henry Speciality Co billed to appear here last Saturday night failed to arrive for some unknown reason and the house was dark much attention here last Thursday the show being witnessed by a large crowd largely children Depoy with two undertaking and two hearses is probably better prepared to take care of the dead than any point in the county But Depoy is not dead being a very much alive com munity one of the best sections of the county Call on Leslie Hale next to First National Bank for candies books flie aviation meet in Louisville on June 18 and 19 attracting much attention here and hereabouts and several persons arc witness the events This is the first thing of the kind ever given in this part of the country and is certainly worth going to see in Central City is arranging to put in a complete sewer system at an of about 5000 and the advantages will be well worth the cost This is something that Greenville sorely needs and must arrange to supply at no distant date the For room residence near C H for rent till Nov i at 9 per month Apply to this office tf Rev A L Mell former pastor here will preach the next morning in the ab of pastor Lewis who is in the South on a short visit A large audience will be present Mr Tom Burney while feeding the his stock Sunday evening was knocked down by a barn door blown against him and one of his legs was broken He is suffering considerably and will be confined to his room for some weeks as his age will prevent rapid recovery Is it cooking coal you want Call 233 2 anti hun it delivered at 150 load The north block opposite court square is being improved by a con crete pavement on the remaining section and will greatly enhance appearances and values Greenville will in time become a city present activities along this line continue Mrs Sampson B Dukes this week received check for 1000 insur ance in policy held by her late husband This would have been paid much sooner but the board of claims meets only once a month on the proofs were sent just after the April meeting of the M ot A board Stair and room corners are kept clean and free from dust by the use of Rockwells corner dust shield ets Roark has them in all finishes Also has the best stair carpet fastener as he a the this and n f in of m I goodcoal I J them In etc 7 is toten estimatedcost rents fly Methodistchurch whichwas elon 12th V I it ulr 01 ARts ti 1it f t r r r morning establishments f arranging per concrete if the and a I a aL b y liras JJ last was dust was day Jailed On a Charge of Fsrgery Mike McGary of Drakesboro Its was given an examining trial here before Judge Rice last Monday and in default of 500 bond was lodged in jail to await the action of the grapd jury on his case McGarey was captured in Evansville and re turned here He is et obtaining orders for merchandise on the Elk Valley Coal Co and filling in the blanks rind signed of ficials names thereto then selling the orders at heavy discounts for cash The orders arc issued to the companys men null arc good at store rill orders arc when they began to come in out of serial order an in vestigation was made lun it was found that some one had sheets from the backs of order books The prisoner had been in the em ploy of the cttnpau anti had access to the office He reulizU over 60 orders so far as known but it is thought that will turn up and had several in his pockets when arrested The case looks pretty strong against him and as each offense is a seperate one will doubt go pretty hard with him This hid first trouble so far as known Best meats of all kinds at Pittman new taeat shore Telephone 279 School Cutcrtalftiieit The entertainment gir t in the chapel of the old school building laat night filled to overflowing structure and pleased all who The marches drills choruses speeches etc were all well received and showed care on the part of tilt teachers and aptitude by the participants Quite handsome sum was realized for library which has already reached gratifying proportions If you want job printing give office order for prompt de livery The Y M C A building is al ready proving an attractive center will be employed for a great the many useful and helpful purposes tn iWr v r T rThe first examination of appli a cants fqr public schools held Friday and Saturday and there an unusually large number at Stair carpet fasteners and corner shields at Roarks All finishes stock The new state capitol is to be dedicated at Frankfurt next June 2 and will an im mense throng Several persons from this county will attend A jolly fine time expected Y M C A building Saturday night when the member be ship contest closes and a banquet will be served all members and con testants UP JeSfcFoi firstclass livery service including closed carriages call on Barbour Head was a total eclipse of the moon Monday night coming on about 10 oclock and completed at lasting for another hour when orb began to clear again There were few spectators as the event not generally known Old sons and daughters of soldiers and the public generally will meet at the court house at i oclock next Mon ers afternoon In observance of Decoration day in memory of the many valiant dead Everyone should attend Have you a ring or other jewelry some cane umbrel la or other item that you want engraved Take Roark and the work will he doge quickly 8 best manner The first of five district meetings the A S of E was held at Jer nigaus last Saturday and was a very qntliusiastic aftair with an immense attendance were many speeches cussions on topics the farmer and much good will resujt fran tlcse conferences Three Co ets This Year Halleys comet will not enjoy sol nary glory At least two more corn are due to cross the path of the earth this year The first is known Tempels second periodical comet this at will 8 the W I t t is ed no all t 1 l up i L chargedwith numberedand xtra ted more en hy the pupils of Greenville public school ijr was draw m is There sic s old itto h Chapglavll andseneral dis a ecln 1I fL9 v company m Wednesday your ding w Thursday sex silverware day 1hcr h i t 1894 year years discovered 1873 at Milan period is about five and onehalf years and it was 1878 and 1904 making its perihelion passage on the last occasion in It should therefore return spring DcArrcsls comet dis covered in 1851 is the second com due to return the summer of this Its period is about 6 1 to 62 and it was reobserved at its in 1857 But it escaped being unfavorably 1903 0 July 3 in November return observation placed- in J rcobserved It crete the nes cas On the bank of the river of glory In camp ore the today Away from the grin and the glory That reddens the battleM array The bugles and the drums ire The sword nod pun no longer kill The blue and pray To the camp on the river of glory We tell i fbp we lay On the graver of the brava HlO tUl Stnrf Of love that shall live alway We cheer the heroes dead and yet The roses with our are wet For blue and gray Contest Ckws Saturday Night has been decided to close the membership contest Saturday night 6 oclock when all cards will be counted and judges will decidp which side wins the reds or the blues More than fj j members have been secured already and it is thought almost lee will be enrolled before the poles close There very few points between the and after noon Saturday no bulletins will be issued so that neither tide know which wins until by the committee All will be served with a fine dinner at oclock supplied by the ladies at auxiliary and the losing side will serve the dinner the winner living honor of being seated first at table Cabbage early and late tomato and sweet potato plants for sale F Johnston Phone 236 Green ville Ky mi2 The fiscal court will on June IK open and for a con bridge across Cancy creek on Central City road This is an important road and tjie officers are W ronpratulatndan nA for tfi permanent bridge for tbs point This administration is paying more attention to work of a permanent character and iq this is receiving support of every person in the county Now that school is over boys planning N to give some attention to baseball and it is likely that at least one J jP rood team will be or and put in shape to engage teams from other sections of the county There is some and It is almost sure plans will carried through in a short time Wallpaper at 5 cents per roll and in combinations of sidcwalls border and ceiling at Roarks Ilopkinsville Tobacco Market Hopkinsville Ky While no ev ents out of the usual run of busi were experienced last week the trading on the Hopkinsville tobacco market was fully up to past records Offerings of loose tobacco have de creased until sales are only held oc as the amount available insufficient to pay for the trouble but last weeks sales amounted to probably 18000 pounds liven in little quantities like it endue the buy all showed a desire for it that re suited in spirited bidding and prices were as high as at any time during the season quality consider Quotations rouged lugs 5 to 8j leaf 8 to Si 3 Soles of hogsheads tobacco while official report was made aggre gated between 300 nearly grades being included Prices lust week ranged lugs 6 to 9 leaf 50 to 50 All of the rehandling houses are working hard to finish and as soon us possible some may run until July or August Planting of the new crop is per haps half completed 1 he cool farmers have made the most uf it Some claim there is a shortage loots due to the seed nut doming well in the beds It is probable thought that a lull acreage will be put out Hot and cold baths day and night and Sunday until 1030 a Sam Ree Martins barber shop be at all of U p f in A gar soldiers till tears arch 15 announced members lI- the It bids ed goodmaterial there 1 fo G 275and r7 shutdown Iii rieur flowers consider mil 1 are favorable u mat 1 4 t6 11 i a to Frank W Nisfcet Kills Self ville Mr Frank W Nisbet aged 41 years died at p in last Satur day at the home of Mr Elijah Bas sett at Madisonville from a pistol bullet which he fired through his brain uith suicidal intent and which caused death in a few moments after he fired the shot The act appears to have been a deliberate one as he spent the day in going around town calling on his friends paying up all his bills and at last going to a bar ber shop and bath room In all his talks he appeared in usual mood and after he had gone home and re tired to his room he was seen by Mrs Bassett just a few moments be fore he shut No note was left and there can no known cause assigned for the deed except that for some years he had been subject to spells of despondency He held an important traveling with the ElyWalker Dry Goods Con of t Louiu and was a stockholder ot the concern and had other investments that were He was well known here where he made frequent business visits and was related here also There were few more popular men home or abroad than was Frank Nisbet as he wag a gentleman in his bearings liberal jolly thoughtful and a very prince of good fellows His body was carried to Evansville where in torment was made Monday beside parents who have been dead for some Friendship Owing to the rains the farmers of this vicinity have been their leisure Miss Fannie McWhirtor was the unexpected guest of Miss Mary Sunday Mr Polie Covington and brother Greens Cbapd attended Sunday school here Sunday Mr Jesse Craig of Greenville was visiting the family of Mr Wm McWhirtcr Sunday Annie and Birchie Kellims were Visiting relatives of Pleasant Hill vicinity last week Mr James Buclannan and family were Mr Ed Dukes ers Mr Seth Gaildreath has painted his residence which added very much to the beauty of his home The Sabbath school is nicely and quite a number of visitors are present every Sunday Mr John Ed Smith and Mrs Fannie lull were married last Wed nesday at the home of the bride in the presence of a few friends Rev W Woodson was the officiating clergyman Mr Smith will return Hopkinsville in a few days where he has resided for the past three years but will return in u few weeks and will make his runlet home iu our midst They have the best wish es of a host ot friends The rains cool all kinds of farm work and made a late season but tanners have been doing air the work pus sible and will improve every op portunity There is plenty of in the raising of abundant crops but extra work will be necessary Powderly Misses Pearl Sumner and Gcnevive Maps from Greenville were visitors here Thursday Mi Edna Drown of Central Citv visiting her sister Mrs dominie Waters sold Mrs Major Moore ar companied by the tatters sifter Miss Icy wept to Pleasant Hill Sunday Miss Bfula Mercer ami Miss Ivhel spent a few days in Island last week the guests of Mrs Culvert Rev Barboe filled his regular npi pomtmotit at the Christian church Saturday and Sunday There will be a rumm tue stli nt wnrchotisc opposite Heads stable Situnlay May 2cS at 2 m proceeds o go to Stindiy school loud of Methodist church Miss L iuclla Min cock arid Irohy J hiss of l p y wen ried at home f U v G U Mo Donald at 6 p m last Wednesday the prtsence of several friends Rev McDonald performed the cer lemony Cull Pittman Bros new meat shop Best of everything in this line all C ill t fi is i is I i be o j fI I tt in Madison 315 himself position I profitable considerate cars 4 recent QocsndcuaS rf tUUllOr rc in r thin r I rv r r I 1cle h i l1J f1fr rltI 1 t f R J 1v 1Y visiting end attl raN uuM J U4 progressing weather gloominess and the like have handicapped timer Id lover nuts 11 tu the 0r1J lt I Foot power required run a sewing machine is little to be sure but it is enough to give the average woman a backache H i l 4 WY1 i t r i J J Jr j t v t S b f J J s f A General Electric Motor will drive the machine al attention to be given to the sewing The result is better work mQre of it ache The cost of operation lowingundivided backs i haverages one an our 0J A General Electric Motor can be attached to any j standardmachine and operated from any electric light socket f j Our Day Current r WIll Do Your CleanIng r LUilIT IlIcor orated cent olnrtrctattuatan r GREENVILLE WATER CO woo a Stomach Blood and Liver Troubles Much fiickncss starts with weak stomach and consequent poor impoverished blood Nervous and palepeople lack A remedy that makes the stomach strong and the liver makes rich red blood and overcomes and drives out bacteria end cures a Wholo multi tude of diseases Get rid of yocr Stomadi Vfoalsncsa cadLiver Lazlasss by taking a coarse of Dr Golden Medical Discovery the reat Stomach Restorative Liver and Blood Cleanser You cant afford o accept any medicine of ttnlttosn eintposMoH ns a substitute for Golden Medical which is a medicine OP KNOWN COMPOSITION having n completo list of ingredients in plain English on its bot same being attested es correct under oath invigoratingfor Pierce lnvJ orator Discovery II disense tlc wrappcr Dr Plcrccs PJcsaant Pellets nsulste and Invlmrata Stataxk Liver tall Dowels f4 gvT last what inn Mtihlcnberg Raise Cut Half The state board of equalization week gave out its report and Muhlenberg is scheduled for a 10 per cent raise which is just half was proposed Several of our county officials and leading citizens appeared before the their efforts have saved the taxpay several thousand dollars in taxes 3Kf retvi stiff over hc very few counties escaping and are paying a heavier increase than Muhlenberg The ladies auxiliary of the Y M A are arranging a musical en to be given in the at 3 oclock Friday Admission will be 10 cents the entire proceeds to be given to the Y M C A work Everyone should itttciid as the program a rare treat Git potted plants and cut flowers from Miss KCUJ Arnold The prolruried revival fervires begun Monday night at the baptist church have attracted large ienres vvkh growing interest from the beginning Dr C M of Hopkinsvtlle who is pastor Mahoue is delivering some efferive sermons and the services ut ib clock in the morn s and 730 of igs are qme iring Pleasant Hill Items Too much rain fur the farms Mr Irvin Grgson is seriously at this writing Bob Jarksou the milk man has added a Cream seperator to his dairyMr N little l y is quite sick with imcnuioiia Mr bent Gnjiisnn returned from South Dikota Wednesday lie that old Kentucky is good enough fur him Well H alleys conet didnt us time arid we are not to much about it next time Q rite a number of our people at n lt d the Partners meeting at Jisrni ns Chtinel Satuniiiy All they had H UOIM time I he fannrrs ot this tii n are almost d ue sciitiit tobacco I hr and hridgt commissioner having s m good wiiik hue on our ulnas now seems to be interested he tuliiihone fight noel the ciiil tint in UXCIK NOAH All persons who hivr are urged them to the courthouse at i oclock next Monday when Decor uion day exercises held null flower offerings HI be iiuprct I b the luntuittee in charge I ter boardand It alI And t so some auditorium uud Thompson eVe il lilac HIS get going Ever 1 fin rs hrh i Ill f f rAte state tainment afternoon promises assist g veils sat ser read boat sight v tit t il j ti 1Af L I Metropolitan Business Here in Fine Shape Mr James T Lynch distrii t superintendent of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co of New York was here several days this week getting acquainted with some of the policy holders of the company anti going over the local agency bui U ness with Mr J H Gallagher jttggl agency and the books show are in good standing and that the ranks are rapidly being supplement Mr Lynch states that this is one of the largest agencies in his hole territory for a city of the size and this condition is doubtless brought about by the prompt and liberal treatment accorded to nil policy holders The company has never been sued on a claim here tOn nas no unpaid claims all claims being paid on en average of less than ten days Orders for cut flowers will receive the prompt attention of Mss Lena Arnuld There are likely to be some busi ness changes here sjon oae or two of them of some considerable im portance The sun was shining part of the slay yesterday with prospects f clearing weather which is cer tautly needed Mrs Wn H rrigan of Tccumseh Ok this week on a visit of a fortnight with md friends here Will Fledge and Frank Vincent of Hillside were tried before Judge Rice l iesduy on a charge of dis turbing religious worship and a jury failed to agree On motion of attorney Jnes the was then rcdue d to a Urouch f ihe peace and the boys confessed to a flute ol 5 aid cost each Ot course the comet hasbeen the cause of touch talk lately and some people have beooiitt tiresome about it With it dtsippcarance recently a young man who hud almost bren broken ot the ha it Marti d in atresh and in a party ot and gals asked What become of the omet talc uhtu nr of the girls derbrcd jOii the cornets stale He iiumediately lost inter in the tril vagabond and has riot regained it as et The V M C A bulletin yester day at until stood Riris 29 mem hers with 225 pi int lathes 32 members with 228 points No bulletins aunt noon Saturday and closes at 6 oclock Satur day evening It will r quire the count to rnme the iiii er as neither side will blurt what the has Idouc Saturday afteruouu I rJ IJ ili cagent rT 1 about 700 Picy in H Jthat 1 willarrive relattvt S i t f It hIS caravan I U r I ttht r y4I A a kt t1 Ins lOcMt i nere dare tholders alt ed nrY tt wr r r ta a SOme 5 5 round huge l bays fr- est dottiest r I a nr C R 1 Mt ROARK Fvimittire Shades Moldings Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Slippers Gr ve Vaxilts ROARK t iEltf 1Wi 1 1r fJ Yn t I j It 1 ZJ i 7 JIt610 If or 0 F W llp per 1I1 iY 2j i a ac Undertkers rasp erg isln ec ion i Method For Constructing a Road of This Material GRADING IMPORTANT FACTOR Fcr Satisfactory Results tho Cod Must Da Entirely Free From Depressions Proper and Economical Vsy of the Drick In an btTore n recent engi neering convention In Indiunn on tho construction of brick highways W I Ulalr said A brick highway to be en tirely satisfactory must Uo ontlriJy free from depressions every part cou forming to the grail This result must be nntlclpatcd lu the preparation of the wand cuaWon List spread at the estimate depth of two Inches and these depressions avoided by the use pf a hud mller weighing from 300 400 pounds additional sand applied rolled screeded again at least three llnuis At the last scroedlng It will be found Ijiit the uncompressed sand will not be rarer onpqunrtcr Inch Jn depth at afly one point ft Js ccrtahralso that In ironing out what flit depressions remain null com pacting tint brick Into the cushion but very little sauil will be pushed Into the Interstices by the Owl rolling The brick should be d oppa4 1 frtralsrlJt lines upon tho sand cushion with best edge of the brick most fur the contractor would require tnf W brick Itrought to and deposed wWtJii mrU of the person who nrtnnlly U Jrtx In n way tint will rfcoinmodntp Ills of dropping then In place Insuring tho b wt edge innermost But previous to dropping MlP brick In the fltrcet atteiulni must bu Klvpjj fo the nccownry provision for the expansion cushion post to the curb The Hlionld be prepared by beveling a Joist eisltf h Pl C3 lu width tho thickness determined liUSPiy by the vidtu of the street Fen In a narrow strcpt the expansion cushion are HIGHWAYS Of address n hell 1 t J CCtlottry t honed I DRICIC e Laying s a tow 1 a the uppers bee Irs rut ItI of of ver the the too From Good Roads Magazine New York WELL ECILT DKIOK ROADWAY should not be less than one such one and onequarter inches for a thirty foot street and one and inches for n width exceeding thirty feet This board should be placed next to the curb worked slightly Into tho saud cushion before the brick nro laid and remain until the street Is finished in all other respects after which It should be removed within twentyfour hours following the application of tho ce went filler After the ore dropped into the street tho surface should be swept precaution theretofore exercised that no brick go Into the street which are dirty or after in that they are not made so by use as it Is impossible for the cement filler to adhere to a dirty surfacing After the sweeping thorough rolling must take place by a roller not weighing over five tons The filler shall be composed of one part each of sharp sand and Portland cement The sand should be dry The mixture not exceeding one third bushel of the sand together with n like amount of cement shut bo placed In the box and mixed try until the mass assumes an even and unbroken shade Then water shall be added forming n liquid mixture of the consistency of thin deal From the time the water is applied until the last drop is removed and into tho joints of the brick pavement tho mixture must be kept in constant motion To the possibility of thicken ins at any point there should be n man with a sprinkling can the head perforated with small holes sprinkling the surface ahead cf the sweepers Within onehalf to threequarters of an hour after this last coat is applied and the grout between the joints has fully subsided and the Initial set is taking place tho whole surface must be slightly sprinkled and all surplus mixture left on the tops of the brick swept Into the joints Alter the joints are thus filled flush with the top of the brick and sufficient time for hardening has elapsed that tho coating of sand will not ab sorb any moisture from the cement mixture Inch of sand shall be spread over the whole surface and in the work Is subjected to n hot summer sun an occasional sprin kling sufficient to dampen the saud should be followed for two three days The steps upon which depend the highest possibilities of the brick street are the proper rolling of the brick after they are In the street and this out of any slight cions to exist w W the Us a as be a b I n to 1 9 the or t r J I V f J t ii l 7 t- I I or t nln riii Y a Ii Jrf J ww i ill oue half s brick use clean t jr Y floated e r avoid r c iA t 3 d r sos t r ouc half u case o f luu 4lrs found rt r I 14kd4 30UQUET FOR SPRING BRIDE An Old Fashion Revived In Lace Piper Frill I = in I j I I I c I I I 5 I t I The Horlsis ore making up charming bouquute fur spring brides And they embodying nn old fashioned the Victorian times by vny of for the posies the quaint holder a Incp paper which forms n dainty frill about tho outgo of the lioqquet The totters used In making the smart bouquet seen In the illustration arc Bride roses null valley lilies with n fringe of maidenhair fern A shower ft- of white satin ribbon and loops of gauze naug nonj tijc uu i ends of the streamers arVattacbod bunches of valley Hllej I In Hi now garden the making of a wall Is as much u matter of study and care as the sidewalk In front of the house There is nothing so good for this purpose as concrete but where expense of that Ideal material Is great there run be substituted brick flagstone cobbles pebbles or limestone screenings says the Deline ator for Ma rvli The walk should be only formal still feature about the well planned home garden and time with the growth of the foliage along sides wlli cure that to a great es tent The walk should lead from some where to something It should have purpose which Is primarily to give access to the garden but If there url any landscape features In the garden there should be it should become a portion of their motif Jf there Is a pergola arch arbor garden house or garden seat the access thereto should by the male walk and not a lateral path This presupposes n gar den of considerable extent as these features would have no place in n tiny tine hut lacking these there must still be something to which the wall lends It should not end against n wall fence or the side of a building but if it approach them should be con tinned along them to end definitely somewhere as n door to n building or gate In n wall fence or hedge This marks the real difference between the wall and the path The latter may anywhere and end nowhere It may lead into and stop at n clump of bushcu and may wind and turn at ron venience Koussmaids Caps Nothing makes for neatness of pearance lu the housemaids attire like a fresh Immaculate p Vlth her black gown and frilly apron the little headpiece harmonizes beautifully There Is to be found In the shops a new cap that Is very attractive It I dug sit I Laying Out D Garden b t I decoration quo t lead air t not unlike the net and lace jabots that three seasons ago were so popular Thou fur morning wear or less dressy effects there Is an Alsatian bow com of lawn with buttonholed edges This Is n very practical model and launders perfectly A tiny black rib m rosette In the center of the bow na addition from n mudlsU stand point posed hi- S t L How Our BocaCy icath end Hnpplnsss Is it not and altogether prob cble that elements are contained in the root found in the earth the plant Sajorctoiy of Nature and lunde f it man cr nnunnl is a growing belief scien dots lht kingdom fur nishes t a thu eluuenlq for blHcl ialclna and to keep tnt doli cste cf hcrhh U a human rnimnl is r rt to disturb by wrong melliocs c I Thng o vc cionld i tt tho phosphates from tho vhwit in our or sotto erred foods and Iron frjni certain vegetable tach RS and If tier LJ then tar best nithod for recovering our sMmlarJ balanco of la to Natures Laboratory ho phd vhich will re JJmicd il crr fcictta io tho plrllt rsao ri TII root of Kchvm M hale 111 D Professor cf Materia Medicn at IJahnc inann Colo o Chicago states relation ID on the there is ro medicine in tjierg 3 rudj l f firou Jt j uiiivertal aided BS tlg tonic ireful in all c iatcd ctatt JJr la o continue ulates tho digestive processes a d in treaes of food these means the blood is curiclicdj bcllevo It first cola the incrraced power imparted by the stimulation of Tho consequent improvement en the ncrvQU8 and or toot la another toot which has been in repute na- un nitomtivo blood purifier ni r i John M D of V An alterative unsurpassed fey if any other c Lt d r relieve irritation an important cough remedy Aids in and am may pn iiUn vl bout harm l early 3 U V vco 01 Buffalo N Y ai extract of tho two above roots with that of Slono root Black Cherry Bloodroot Mandrake r erine into a prescription which ho pui in a and caUcd Dr Faeroes Golden Medical Discover It was most successful in correcting nrd curing such rJliacuta as were to Etcmach and liver do followed by impure blood In cases indigec i bowels torpid liver or biHousnesp mu never ncea oxcqllcd na a tcni and Jr which puts the affected or in tune and enables them to perform their proper functions tonic is indicate have of headache backache in fact tTacho all over When your appetite is gene furred gad Uutc breath when you wear tired bluo and than is tlio time to this natural cf Dr Pierce Jledicsl ia rot n secret rr patcri medicine becaueo fll tj are printed on the scrapper It no alcohol c Pgontc ccrmc sj ft cohtjct z ltarvativo rr efilfffll lv r lr rrri f 11 plain English and irco from conraltolicn Cucii o work is Dr Piorcos Coinmoil Gcnc Ilcdical AC vigor Its a bock of 1C08 nages pre luscly illustrated It is raven awav nJtljourh formerly sold in binding for 21 cents in to pay for cost cf Icr 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food that seems to me of marked value as a food to the brain and to the whole body throughout childhood and adolescence youth and that is oatmeal Oats are the most all the cereals being richer in fats organic phosphorus and lecithinsHe oatmeal is gaining ground with the welltodo of Great Britain He speaks of it as the mainstay of the Scottish laborers diet and says it pro nutritious- of II duces a bigboned oped mentally energetic race His experiments prove that j good oatmeal such as Quaker Oats not only furnishes the best food for the human being but eating it strengthens and en gland is intimately connected with the nourishing processes of the body In conclusion he says It seems probable therefore that the bulk and brawniness off the Northerners meaning the Scotch has been in some measure due to the stimulations of the thyroid gland by oatmeal porridge in childhood The Scotch eat Quaker because it is the best of all oat i meals largos the thyroid glandthis Oats well devel s- ryt t r 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