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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w Record Advertising Costs Nothing It pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates xMnDfl yranJtsp l If il it r i tWMMD I wc Ir a x 1 0 a y It JUlie 14 Flag Day Frankfort Ky May has issued a Flag day proc lamation calling attention to the anniversary of the birth of the flag and suggesting that everbody 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 that Tuesday June 14 1910 will be the one hundred and Tri fr4the and stripes theflag of the United States I call upon all of our people to join in cherishing the love of the flag on June 14 I order that the flag be displayed on all State build ings and invite the celebration of the day I call upon the Mayors of our cities to recognise and order flags to be upon the municipal buildings of their cities and by proclamation invite their fellow citizens to do the same upon their private buildings- I appeal to the newspapers 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 lag and appeals to 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 societies 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 of the of our flag and I call upon all to herald the coming and celebration of Flag day June 14 1910 and to fling the Stars and Stiipes to the breeze everywhere throughout 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 over his heart We cannot too often be re minded nor too often remind each other of what that flag stands for AUGUSTUS E WILLSON Gcvernor of Kentucky Seuteice Seraoas Whohas a favorite sin his a hard masterThe deeper loves roots the less it runs to flowers of rhetoric- If a man would be himself he must cease to think of himself Your light goes down as the tem risesjn ypUr ieckt 19Gov Willson thirty thirdanni X as U U t tr n per lure j fd I k c rJ a blion oftt star tilts anniversary displayed birthday Nb y wI A Little Good Paint in Time Saves When your building nerd every clay delay eons you money sun nun snow wotk Lurabercoti loo It Ictito use good tltcn out it Ve tuo nothing but good paint on ou work GARTERSlrlclly Pure WHITE LEAD Pure Unseed Oil Parts Turpentine and the most expensive cooa The kind of paint we u e never cracks i cola wear will remove it Let u figure with you when ready to paint V e gar a nod durable job pace rca v ic Jout jat it off JHHAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 The Registered POLANDCHINA BOAR NOXAL WONDER paint t IJli aCA1t c torts a rnudr t tow fir clau No 7450 sire Perfect Wonder dim QUEEN QUALITY a fine individual from a perfect strain of prize winners is now in service at 100 cah in hand only The patronage of the public is solicited J E COOMBS Very Serious It a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BLACK DRAUGHTL- iver Medicine The reputation of this old relia ble medicine for constipation in and liver trouble is firm ly established It does not imitate other medicines It is better than others or it would not be the fa vorite liver powder with a Gale than all others combined SOLD DC TOWN arger F2 c U 11 I i fljecotbratT aAj91i DR J W BARLOW Crown and Bridge Work done at reasonable prices OOlce up stairs In thu Junes Building Greenville Fry DR T J r li Hlclun and Sturgeon Ofllcc MnlncroHS struct near Muiustreet Ib CAM HOWARD HOWARD GRAY LAWYERSOffice In Green Building opposite taMeade Hotel DR LOUELLA HELTSLEY OSTEOPATH Office at Home East Maiivcross Street Telephone No 7S Z O KING Notary Public ad censed Auctioneer CENTRAL CITY KY Sales Made Anywhere Terms RtMMe Eta 93 rtcne BETWEEN Louisville and Chicago I5EST LINE TO T California and the y Vast Nontlvwcst Two trains tails French Lick and West Baden Springs UNION STATION Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E II BACON D P A N Cor 4th and Market Sts LOUISVILLE KY furniture polish is some what better than the rest and is sold considerably cheaper aud with the broadest back it not better than any you ever used We Ask You to tako Cardul for your fcme trouble because vo sre sure it wIll help you Rcmencr that this great icmalo remedy DENTIST r IVAOfII GRAY Li i County 8 MOD eoute f i JI Y0 w Irks guaranteemoney 1 IQNSly s l t LOUISSIEII 11- IIICrr1 Rn Y VlNEiJf CARDUI has brought relief to thoussnds of sick vomen so Thy not to l you paths many have said It Is the bet medicine to take Try Cold in o Wo Buy FURSHides Feathers Tallow 8c wr Cff Wed Glnsw etc Wo us dealers i trt lCJxJ in 1856 Over half a center in LouutOle and can do better for you then or coozatacn caxKisb Kefereaea any Dank in LcvttviEe Writs for wally price list and tUppns tsp C M Sabsl Sons n 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE XY rI- I I For headache backache cal U I Tlrls CIty Ccdta ScaJ Yell Root agent I eo her pcrIc female weakness WoolsMayApAo ds YEAtS- EYPCUIINCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS c smiling a okclrh and description may quickly our opinion Inrenunn la prohnbly Communlcn tent tree hint nuoncf forsocuriiiffuuiemji PAtonta taken notice without Sclentifec JttiKrfcan A handsomely IlliisJralPd weekly Ijtrccat ego Terms f3 a T0tr Jour jnoiitUa tL Huidbyalt nowmlonlvra Uranch Ofllco 25 F SU D C rc7 Y8 ton w tons strict LUti g v11 3o1Droedwar QI Wahlu THE liNG White Sewing Machines in and vibrator needles etc in stock for all ROARKS STORE IIJOI LAWIFElCE Costs very proves very antis door field ho and poultry Write fur catalog UNION FENCE CO DeKalb III Kansas City Mo C HOWARD CO Folcys Kidney Curt nakes kitlacys tad 6jrf fr right DURABLE CHEAP vmue rci pniers DE KALTULU KANSAS CITVMO AND CURE T E LUJ3GS 00 I garden I I fit KmLLrfn OUCH WITH Ora t e g igSCGY j little f REVOLtllil3 r t i11i0114 fi B Fl V ig FOR o I I IUtllifi Jtrftl r I d A t I I 1 Ire 1iL fn rr IM uane CO G relOO Roctoa 6LrlCrntrIA an tIraIANIC fN a ula6arrrytalyi- earnat tekctdcityttle uI1Zemrandhuwlu Silpti rac tdrlne tuna Sam rkcosy v fluryrr I50aeAr BumprIII Ihtl St alas PljOTO J 6 rA n x J tojlilM hrt F1fU g rnY N j iI1 coal ironJimbe potterscla etc and tfl for nve pJo ca1t I p uckIiI t WI 3pI most Invittn field an hen tuck tmd GY and VOL XII NO 16 GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY JUNE 2 1910 SOc PER YEAR IN E 11 ADV NC 2j 1 I A Promising Invention At the Wisconsin School for the Deaf a theater for the entertainment of deaf mutes is about to be estab lished It will by no means confine itself to pantomime but will make use of the sign language The Taming of the Shrew already has been presented in this manner with great success This may be the beginning of a wider movement thau is suspected Enunciation and the use of the voice have grown so bad on the American stage of this generation that the sin language would be a welcome relief in many cases We have grown too sophisticated for Punch and Judy and are not yet sufficiently sophisti cated for Maeterlincks theater of marionettes of the shadow show of Gordon Craig The architects are not helping us in the matter of acous tics the mystery of which seems as ever so as the actors show no signs of interest in this ele ment of their art we must cast about for something like the Wisconsin plan There is of course the and that is in fact in high favor with the multitude But the moving picture has its limita tions It is only pantomime plus machinery after all and in despite of Hamlets scorn we do crave words words So bring on the sign language drama Wilted Woodpeckers Now comes the cry for woodpeck ers in our national forests in tana Much of the timber is already infested with the destructive pine borer and thousands of acres of fir and spruce are threatened so is the insect increasing A forest ranger who has been in the service for many years declares that artificial means are powerless that wood peckers alone can check the ravages of beetles v er and one of mans valuable allies in efforts to hold insect life in check To satisfy his hcirly appetite the woodpecker is kept con tinually busy his search for food but with the reckless destruction of his sources for getting a most use ful living he too is becoming scarce The conservation of our forests as well as other sources so vital to our future prosperity has become a a matter fur serious consideration How much our diminishing forests parks and orchards are dependent upon the birds few have carefully reckoned When the plague of moths or beetles has denuded our wooded areas we shall be fully awakened to the inestimable value of the winged wardens They are indeed among the greatest of our national assets Not only do the forests the orchards the harvests depend upon the birds but also even human life In the present article a departure is made from the usual custom and treatment and little else than is considered Doctors as a rule ignore corns seeming to regard their treatment as belonging exclu sively to the chiropodist The re suIt of this is as usually happens when the uninstructed or partly in eructed try to practise medicine or when one treats himself that the is often maltreated and the corn instead of being cured or im proved is made A corn is not a callosity although often so called for the two things are produced in different ways A callosity is due to pressure intermit tently applied a corn is due to more or less constant pessure combined with friction A collosity is super fical a corn is well described in its Latin name clavus a nail It is like a nail driven into tender tissues of the lower layers of the skin and the parts beneath Paring a corn the usual treatment may give a little relief for a time by relieving the the ifbriiy growth is pusheaabove the surface again and the condition is V as bad as ever or r The only lasting benefit is from t and this is best the a p plications of moisture Every night i J u It o profoundas Of J cine- matograph ttwords 41 t Mont t most his t In t Corns n treatment wa I I disease t n i J 7 pressure worse I oft t e by d 5 i a S R r a f rapidly t the P biR blfdistanandcft gable work p I j a worse 1 N 1 5i r e soon 4 the removal entire growth ffictea 4 4- S a rf Spl f r the sufferer should go to bed with a thin poultice or a wad of absorbent cotton saturated with glycerin and water on the r rn the surface be fore the application being thickly dusted with bicarbonate of soda In the daytime an ordinary mm plaster should be worn and in i ie hole should be placed a very t n layer of absorbant cotton soaked in glycerinThis simple treatment is better than the use glacial acetic acid and other chemicals which are often recommended Simple rest in bed will do just as well but it takes longer In fact a good long illness such as typhoid fever may be depended upon to cure any corn It is the only good thing to be said of typhoid fever Ot course after the corn has dis appeared betterfitting shoes must be worn so that none of the proud nent parts of the foot are pressed upon and rubbed by the leather at the same time If the badlyfitting shoe is put on again the corns will quite certainly come back I of acidsolicylic BUSINESS LOCALS Give job rinting orders to TilE RECORD For firstclass livery service in including closed carriages call on Barbour Head Get a set of neuninti rubber tops for your tvpcwnn r keys Greatest aid to opcratioi of any machine Roark has ttun and you arc asked to gall l r a look Pittman Bros new meat shop near the Baptist church is ready for business Give them your orders Wallpaper prices at Roarks arc lower than anywhere and the are very complete now Miss Lena Arnold would appreci ate the favor of your laundry work and she represents the best plant in this territory S Bear in mind that Roark has splendid selections of wallpaper in stock ready for deliv ery and sample books of the finest papers made which can be procured on short notice after selection selections our su rtrf ttFn Bad Fix had a at the age of 41 which left me in bad fix wrKcs Mrs Georgia Usher of Ga J I was unconscious for three and after tliaf I would have fainting spells dizziness nervousness sick I suffered greatly with ailments to the of lire and had 3 doctors but they did no good so I concluded Since taking I am so much better end crrado al ny housework The Womans Tonic and keep you in tip top condition Ti 4liio iroMt trti rtif ua ly grow smaller instead of larger yen will be on the instead qf the cwn and and bye you Will arrive at the north pole cf perfect health Get a bottle at your druggists today n t 5 5 BETTER MATTRESS FOR LESS MONEY Let us prove to you that the Stearns Foster Windsor Mattress is superior to any 1500 mattress advertised ikllbVi magazines You dont haveto buy onfailh Wi the inside an important side to know of the veryn attressybi1uy eel palpitation and strange feelings Car ti Jake CARDUIJ 1 ct iIi a bad fix YQt uo tQ 1gftOU 1 bcrC J il ttodcra cly good health jutt to conserve your way they are cpr Ttn4 2 i lJ Wf d h U S1 w you I- hf Con crs A q headache Chan tot Cadui rotfrrvelf to rDo rtnLallav y tiht CwL hard fur r t sl 5trotlg ll troubles wil1grad te K ak J st iLdiN 1 M A- Ii e l STEARHS FOSTER MATTRESS de iCURES i DR KINGS NEW DISCOVERY R COUGHS A AND ALL THROAT LUNGDISEASES PREVENTS PNEUMONIA CONSUMPTION Two years ago a severe cold settled on my lungs and so completely prdstratedanethatlwaunable to work and scarcely able to stand I then was advised to try Dr Kings New LitcoTerr and I after using one bottle I went back to work as well as I ever was W J ATKINS Banner Springs Tenn I PRICE Sac SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY All Drwggists 1 1 l1 J J AND J rr p rt U x sir AND SLCt 1Y c at S AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED ATISFACTOH JtEFUNDED 1I n OIL bION1Y I CT Jy oj 1- Ir 1ao r e I- IINI r t bttnwrnPhy tntrher AIIncAVartwN- trrl e ante r t tltyditto r rent r e t- yfn rYer AmerlcanlSoiltyC Trial Bottle Free IPRICE Goa t 100 WINDSORGRADE J35f1 Y t J r A positive guarantee of money back if not satisfactory or60 nights trial Come in today Weve got fill ttqgpodiUjnigf 1 at very reasonable prices 3r i 5 46 97re J L oRKE t Jq r 1t l 1 0 dst ati0 I i 1 c ncI i i ti it 1L abIti1 y kt I t 1 1 i1l1 r i J U r Itrf 5 rP 4rjr atr tSy iii faejoky ui 7 u to H iU e any crspiv alcd in fruitgrowing 6ri receiftt 6f tS posfifgc The in v literature it ia a work of art aj well s a catalogue of Stark Within its covers are 32 full of flowers representing 175 varieties done infourcolorsfRnd xactfy reproducing nature 84 are plies i 3 Stark Delicious the apple and a new standard of apple values sellmg at UJOOpcrs bushel box thu Starb King David another a hardy inestimable value a propcrfselcctionl Hoice of pcndent on Our record of 85 yean of tart V Before soeiyUt buy send 7 cents SfeSaurt1 Year beforf VieJitt iistSbaWf Stark Bros Sjiseiies andJvrbhrdsiij Louisiana Missouri i cents overs hook Po O nurserym a cs to de Ian s bished K1D Philip of qualify and do best ia lurnt worldare fully described and I To one one free qtr of fruits dlistlSo of a I I trees have stood e of n g 7thgo yardstick which all other iJjrs are me1Sured tic country s most auccessrurl T su ess ioE or li d the of tree rie iet best of the best 1t Uty t kfI t 7 i J1i Jtv aint tt ll J I holt dli1 H a 0 semi to idea yrro fib eons pjioal eco 41 that 1s it l I qar a p e thetlt t e tnraftheve ry t4 s x lust t iced planting saran otolunehtal 1 max C boo Stark test actual arc the br rdducts hejtare sta pfnfdf St are the jipsitlvu guarantee tt qo Orfl t rfit tii1qs7z1 leasLatotrr tsY 1 e 4 5 A lt- t Ji Q t trb IiI EbH Yi1 ludcpcudcn wfpnpcr TnUSDATRnT RECORD PRfS ry sw 2MMM N bwJWJ4- Att ir rVflLU if a OWEH llins President OmBN ROIIKL Secretary ORIEN L ROAKK EDITOR LonnOlstance Telephone No 72 Cilice In now annex rear of store ground floor 50 fliTS PtR YEAR IN ADVANCE TERMS price of the In para lila in advance unit the llinn whloi it In paid the paper will be stopped Card nf thanks obituary notices etc If longer than ton Hui will bo published free A charge of fro per line will be for Ilea No variation at this ruin to Free Ham pic coplen will be n nlh AiUrrtlsemrnts will be Inserted A rate card wilt be furnished on request Address all contiminlcuUiuM nnd make alt re mittanccs payable to RBLOUD tKKSS Ky TIIUBSDAY JUNE 2 1910 Rotered at the Greenville Kypostoftlcc ac matter TATTED was going to quit the speculation game anyway but he doubtless didnt appreciate the effective help he got EDWARD J GAUIUOTT chief fore caster of the Unitcd States Weather Bureau died recently at at the age of 57 He had been con netted with the Weather Bureau practically since its establishment which means fur forty years BY using a stethoscope and a sea sitive telephone relay the of a patient in London were trans mitted to the home of John Milne the noted seismologist on the Isle of Wight The heart throbs were heard by four physicians over an ordinary telephone and so clear was the transmission that it was possible to diagnose the heart troubles It is expected that this of the stethoscope with a tele if phone relay will enable physicians to keep in better touch with their patients AMONG the less known but by less impoi tant sections of the broad field of activity covered by the Department of Agriculture is that comes under the Office of Pub iJlc Roads Although this office has administrative duties and exer norbntrol over the roads of the fti of course c aCarc 4ocalclxm government reservations it is doing most im portant work of a scientific and character The movement for Federal assistance in the promo lion of good roads dates back to the year 1893 when a modest appropri ation of 10000 was made to enable the Secretary of Agriculture to the work To date a sum of nearly half a million dollars has been appropriated and if this years es timate be included the total reaches about six hundred thousand dollars Commodities Tending Downward During the past month prices of commodities as shown by the week ly table of wholesale quotations in Duns Review have in the main tended toward a lower level although the downward course of many of the more important articles has been stubbornly resisted and the declines have been more or less irregular Of the 311 articles in eluded in the list ninetyfour are now lower in price than a year ago whereas last month there were only eightyfive On the other hand 158 are higher than last year against 177 at this time in the pre vious month while fiftynine arc at a parity with last year compared with 49 in April Besides this num erous other commodities are closely approaching the price levels of 1909 Among the leading articles in which declines appear as compared with last year are eggs flour grain some varieties of hides and leather and teas During the past thirty days quotations were well sustained in shoes building materials cotton goods oils provisions and tobacco but in coffee dairy products flour and grain hides and leather iron and steel products fish silk spices and wool there was more or less recession Riles For Feeding Dairy Cows Prof Eckles of the Missouri Agri cultural College gives the following rules for feeding a dairy cow I Feed all the roughage she will eat up clean at all times 2 Feed one pound of grain per day for each pound of butterfat produced by the cow per week Feed all the cow will take without gaining in weight Too many sermons deal outsugar when the world needs moral sand I The liuh pa to nnreee d OII ft tI n f I 04 ises ItIIJ tatesexcept l published l Il d J j 1 R sugar J 0 t f II 1 t II j tq tT ti V J tI r Atfj I f I lone no any fire uvlllc I seeond class I heartbeat use means I z which k woo educational inaugurate articles t R w r r ra o 1 IJ 3 f oy nlV y as s n s G Reasons For Pruning Trees The Colorado Experiment Station has advance ideas about pruning as follows t Prune to mOllify the vigor of the tre giving it loss to support the sap to flow into the re maining branches 2 Prune to produce larger fruit than could be produced if the vital forces of the tree were divided among greater number of branches 3 Prune to give the trees debir able shape 4 Prune in summer to change trees from woodbearing to fruit beiring 5 It the tree bears too much fruit prune heavily in winter so that the tendency will be to wood growth 6 Prune to remove surplus parts for injured parts or parts that in terfere v nil each other 7 Irune to facilitate spraying or harvesting S Prune to facilitate tillage Friendship The Sabbath school was more in teresting than usual Sunday Miss Eura Hill was visiting Mrs Jcp Allen of Greenville last week Mr John Ed Smith and wife called on Mr and Mrs Ed Smith Sunday Mr Jim Johnston the guests ot Mrs John Ed Smith SaturdayMisses Mittic and Blanch Craig were the guests of Miss Mary Math is Saturday night Mr Granville Craig and wife were the guests of Mr and Mrs William McWhirter Sunday Quite a number from this vicinity attended the singing at Pleasant Hill Sunday and reported quite an time For Gods Sake Do Something We have answered this cry in our new book Fighting the Traffic in Young Girls by Earnest A Bell U S District Attorney Sims and others I he most sensational indictment of the White Slave Trade ever It tells how thousands of young girls are lured from their homes an nually and sold into a life of shame The Cincinnati Inquirer says Of all the books of the season the War on the White Slave Trade is the most helpful itshould Jijti riwyi man woman and child Agents are making from 8 to 17 a day selling this book Over 500 pages Many pictures Price 150 test terms lo agents Outfit free Send 150 for forwarding charges Book sent to address post paid upon receipt of price Address James E Sharkey Secy No 123 Plymouth Court Chicago 2 4t 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 Miss Lena Arnold handles cut flowers and potted plants and will appreciate orders which will have best attention YOULL feel play or you eat Quaker Oats at least once a 6O YEARS EXPERIENCE cot lCl allowing interesting t t published It an Buildup better for work rest if day s J and family cr be read e e e ee Oe6e o 4 c 0e e TRADE MARKS DESIGNS cAnTony our opinion free whether on Invention lions HANDBOOK onlntenttfree Oldest patents Patents taken through ftlunu receivenotice without cimreo latho Scientific Jftnencati Ahandiomelr tlltiKf ruled weekly Inrecst clr clcntlllo Terms W a tour month fL 8ol4l jroll nowsUenlors Branca OOico GS F SL C See the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Roarks l t 13 r rial nil D i t 1 l J t Is pmhnb1T sent a t e ears 3SlBroadeayCo eta or 1 ca i Aviation HkctCiiurcliill Downs Louis rills Saturday and Sunday June 18 mat I The people of Kentucky at last arc to have an opportunity to sec aeroplanes in flight with real bird men soaring high in air and difficult anti interesting evolu tions with no other sustaining power than the plants and motors The Louisville Times has an nounced 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 sonic of the worlds most noted aviators will be seep with their aircraft Most prominent among these will be Glenn II whose during achievements both here and abroad have stamped him as a pecrles haul man Such others as Charles V Willard Chas K Hamilton Horace F Wild Mars and C K Bates will also be in the contests for the of the air The comparatively recent ad vancement in the science of has been such as to startle the entire world and the daily accounts of broken records show that there arc still great possibilities for 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 again for the reason that fortunate dates have been se cured Weather reports for years past show that the wind velocity for the last half of June is the slowest of any time in the year in Kentucky and of course this is conducive to the easy handling of the great It is expected that low rates will be secured on all railroads leading into Louisville fur these two days and it is expected that recordbreak ing crowds will flock to the historic race course where heretofore the Kentucky thoroughbred has held Rural Telephones Mr Farmer Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market at anMttime This can pbc accomplished1 by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the ben 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 Incorporated Special Commissioners Sale Dy virtue of a Judgment directed to me which Issued from the Clerks ofHce of the Muhlcnbcrs County Court In favor of Mule Weir Trustee of fruit Harriet U Weir eti niriiltiHt L W Ilnrdluon for the strut of 110150 I or one of my deputies will on Monday the Oth tiny of June 1010 between the hours of 10 oclock A M and I P 31 In Greenville In Mnhlcnberi County Ky expose to PUBLIC SALE to the highest bidder the following property or so much thereof ns may be neces nary to ttntlsfy Plaintiffs debt Interest nUll cost tovlt One black horse mule 15 12 hands high out bay horse mule 10 years old 1512 hoods high one red mnly cow known as the Colt Drake cow one two bore Owcusboro wagon TERMS Sale wilt be made on n credit of three months bond with approved securities required of the purchaser with Interest from into at the rate of 0 per cent per annum nnd having force and effect of n judgment my hand this 18th tiny of May 1010 T L ROLL Special Commissioner COAL TRc best ever and the price is right ji 200 PER TON DELIVERED Two mines the Penrod Bank and the Green ville Fuel ss Mine ALL ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY And COAL GUARANTEED Telephone 2322 E A CORNETTE Mgr GIve Miss Lena Arnold your she represents Metcalfe of Hopkinsville one of the best plants in this state executing wonderful supremacy aviation unheard ofadventures It unusually machines undisputedsway II i WIT ESS dandy I Jr i 3t f Cutlass thud quotations fits C the b fiENEBAl INSURANCE 1f c 1 II a BlAKVfll ROARK I We the Home o ef Y P rep esent Insurance N that Iiilds of farm and ity property writes all FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYERS LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY BONDS GIVE US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE BlAGKWELl BOARK GREENVILLE KY o KENTUCKY We announce to our trade and the pub lie that our stocks of goods in all depart mcnts are larger and better selected than ever in our history We carry a varied i line of v- NERAll MERGHANDlS and can supply most of the wants of the people In Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Etc we offer large selections Groceries Hardware Tinware Farm Implements arid such goods our stocks are especially strong In all departments prices will be found the lowest and your visits will be highly appreciated jk We have just added an Undertaking Department to our h business and will carry a comprehensive line of Coffins Cas JjJ j kets Robes Suits Wrappers and Dresses Also have a Hearse ci in service on call anywhere Orders in this line given prompt and careful attention any hour day or night 1 Telepfiones Store Ho I fflM No R or Ifo 3 The BRIDGES SHANNON CO i- H DEPOY KENTUCKY Ji q aa a ltiiifI lit m 1- I iThe BRIDGfS SUANNON It ail 1m DEPOY W 4 i1 g te WI J R t1 vi j f TIn ti if W It i 11 Ct t1 Undertaking Department t2 C iji f OJ Ij tl IIJpI nI r 4fo fI tIf1 1C CC t I 1 t o Q e a l i t r t if 3 it t f l l l lit 11 J1 tmtttl 41fd11t fal Z1 e ik l f the IRecorb MANUFACTURING ENGRAVERS Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent Quality 5VrsV KaVvoxvaV Officers W A Wickliffe President C E Martin Vice John T Reynolds Jr Cashier Ed S Wood Assistant CashierDirectorsW A Wickliffe E J Puryear J T Reynolds Jr Ed S Wood C E Martin Geo W Martin AGENffol IIARCOu uisville K with R T Martin mr T1IASlIir IM t p Jtfl I a j 0 li f Ie onwrsr Bac5eenut le Yertucky President A New Newspaper A New Newspaper the Edited and published by R 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 indus 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 One Dollar per it JOB DEPARTMENT- The Sentinel has one of the most complete job offices in Western Kentucky This department is under the ion of Mr E E Reno one of the most obliging and practical printers in the state He will be glad to see his to serve them when needing anything in the job line operated by electricity Your patronage solicited Our prices are right Satin faction guaranteed Our 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f JI Ie ofworkman L VT b duet prool for Ihe Record Only SOc j i l f F n 3 t h HOME BAKED FOO Ii fresh good trvllolesome economical Readily made Villi 0 1i J 1 3r l- i i No A1wn 41 1- x Dolan I R LOCAL TIME CARDC It a XOKTU tJOUNIt KO IM LonUville 113nm Cliuinuiitl Express 101 tauUvllle Limned 408 am Ito Central City accoui 716 l m tfOCTIUIUUKU KO 115 PjKlucali tnd Cairo neeoni 515 aui ll Kuiluu Aeeumtnodttttou 1240pm 101 New Orleans Special 340pm Nor 22 1803 WOCnAwronD Act MY CREED MY ALICE CAUY I Alice with her fJ tcr Phoebe wrote which were greatly nilmlrv l In their day and MUIR which have ilctacntH of enduring merit Ivjni iirar CliuiJnn U p April SO and died lu York I b I 18 l nestle her poems wrote Neycral novels and many sketches of life in wjyjj then tilt new west J hold that Christian grace abounds ttIiorc charity is seen that when CT climb to heaven tin on the rounds Of lore to teen 1 bold all ole unwed piety A scheme a nIp pretense Where center Id not turf be Clrcuinfarciire I moreover lu 14 and dare Afllnn whereer my rhyme may go TVbat rer thli H be vcci p fate Love molten them M Whether It IwlJaWes That charm to rest the uursllnyblrd Or the sweet conndence of And bloHbcs midi wltUout a word Whether the and the Of softy sumptuous garden bowers JU not ttp wide phjlaeteryi stubborn fast nor stated prayers Xfhnj wakes we Judge the tree And when a well ran live nparV From works ou tleot slc trust 1 linuvr the blood about Ids hpnrt JH dry us dust Give us your job work I C summer schedule in effect next Sunday Horse swappers were much in evi dcnce Monday Needles for all sewing machines at JRoarts Good mornings Have you joined V M C A Mr W C Kirnmell and Mr B C Mayhugh were in Louisville last week on business See Cornette the coal man be fore you buycoal Monday was and decoration day and drew a good sized crowd to town Judge Wm H Yost was here Madispnville the latter part of week giving attention to Illegal business plants for sale W F Johnston v Mrs R Gossett and little son Franklin Rice arrived Monday from Memphis Tenn on a visit to her sister Mrs V H Franklin Mr K G Hayes and Miss Otha Annis both of Drakesboro were vietly married in the county clerks f Mfi here Monday Judge J J Rice officiating tGive Phtman Bros your meat n rdcrs New shop best service A full day for business in Louis yule with only one days absence Is now possible since we are to have flag stop on train No 103 leaving Louisville at 940 p m The will of Mri Jane Love was probated in county court Monday before County Judge Rice Mrs ftannia M Moseley was named in tilt will as executrix without bond Greatest libor saver ever invented can be seen at Roans are ed will ous for C is be be lit IM pm o 4 1 4 s Oca O 1 t lln mall tiC If O e 1 was selfish II This t sighs annUli hush iIo fbJ n g u salute D Jt bears r ten 11 the I 9 count 9 of from some I t 1 0 J II o t 0 c 0 Ii J A eI 1 a So 4 1Ia I r It 4If r II t I s i Cary ms e wax she t can bathe r ecabitlduucobu It tamed flows Apr 4 wi 4 A D k court the e Cgbbageand tomato S r i e t w r 9 t M r 4t t i ti 4 r PYJ- Y Y i j- t Y A a r R THE HutoKO SOC per year Green vile streets hava taken on metropolitan crowds on several oar casions lately not only during the day but at night when the streets frequently crowded by citizens and visitors The banks were the only instltu lions that observed memorial day Monday by closing All places business almost were decorated with lags and bunting but remain open for business Get potted plants and cut flowers from Miss Lena Arnold It Mr Oscar Irvin has returned from State University and will spend hs spare time at his home here He travel western Kentucky this summer soliciting pupils ffff the school especially county appointees Since the appearance of Halleys in the western sky there have been Wftny lookers as it is visible in the early hourg pf fhP evening Comet parties are numer and the sight is an interesting Out of coal Telephone 2322 fjuiclc service and good goal lucky Funeral Directors Assqqation will be held at the geelbach in Louis ville June 15 1 6 and 17 and a fine program has been arranged The at this year promises to be a m record one The summer schedule pf tl P I C will become effective next Sunday The changes m time will be of a minor nature but an important one will be the stoppage of the midnight train weslbouml at tilts place for passengers from Louisville only or L points beyond The county convention of the W T U will be held here on Thurs day June 23 and will allday session the services being held in the Methodist church The program being arranged and promises to one of much interest Lunch served on the church lawn Lornetta wife of Fred Hawkins colored died at Marion Sunday and the body was brought here for bur ial Services were held at the coi ored Baptist church at jo oclock Tuesday morning and interment was in Fairmount cemetery The woman formerly lived here Con gumption wad the cause of death The census bureau appears tQ be somewhat slow as no information has been given out as yet while it was promised by the papers at least that many towns and cities would have the satisfaction of know ing their growth by June j Jt is thought will start soon Our people are anxious r Have you a ring or other jewelry some sjl verware cane umbra la or other item that you want engraved Take it to Roark and the work will be done quickl in best manner The ladies of the Cumberland church served a most satisfying and atti active lunch at the M C A auditorium last Monday and if everyone had known of its excel tenet there would not have been room and food for the throng Those who were present expressed regret that such events did not come mora oftenf as on busy pUb lie days thpre jre many business and professional men who are com palled to go without lunch if it is necessary to gp home for it y be one iJ comet more 1 T Jb en be an announcements 7 j 7 1Zt9 I7i 0 f 1 rf J t f I r o herannualseslgnsis dance rrj 3 very r tits N i for n Greenville Ins a New Train 4 An important of news for the traveling public was given out last by the I C officials last week when it was announced that the new time card effective Sunday June The carry a Hag stop for Greenville on midnight train No 103 westbound to dirchugr pnssi liters from Louis j vine only or points beyond This and will prove a great convenience to jail people will IHHV ba able to the spend a full d in Louisville b 14 leaving on No 104 and returning on No 103 which his never beets the making the stop here There have been many efforts made to have this train make this stop and our people are greatly pleased that if officials have finally given this matter favor able consideration Greenville School Closes with Very Successful Year Several hundred people visited the school building last Friday when the manual work of the pupils was on dlsplaV Jn every grade the was a pleasing rcyeajon and everyone was delighted with the The first year in the new building has been a most successful PHP shows care and efficiency UP pM fit eycry teacher Prin cipal Hayden i an excellent rijrecl f and hie assistants have proven entirely worthy of their important positions A matter that was gen erally commented upon was the physical condition of the building was bright cleah and attractive not pyep stain appearing on the walls and this volumes for the hundreds of pupils who have used the premises for a year Such our thoughtfulness can but bear import ant fruit along all lines nest meats of all kinds at Pittman Bros new meat shop Telephone TftylW M Friday Jane II The joint meetjng of the CQfliit tee of the farmers and represent atives of the towns ot the Sir c Cumberland Telephone Co pedule4 fof at Mqnday has postponed to next v v t hcerj pppferpnces of an informal paturc and tfop w hjj HPW when it is thought an agreement will reached Our people are de a reduction of rates and mid improved working conditions for 2O the employees and the company has indicated that it will meet any reasqrjabjp fjeffjqpfl Telephone No 5 and your laundry will be called for and delivered ujyie Yiatff Meet 18lf The aviation meet in Loqisvjlle on Saturday and Sunday June 18 and is attracting much attention hereabouts and several persons from this city will be present to see the tests of the various air craft There will also be several automo bile races This will be the first many hundreds of miles will be drawn to it Curtiss Wile and many Uther air kings have been make flights and t Js prprilpted that some records will be broken Js it cpokjng poal you CalJ 2323 and have it delivered at jh 30 per load Mr Lemont Panncll arrived at home ycaterrfay aftpr a year in State University where he has done of good work and stood at the of his class in studies The services being conducted Thompson at the Baptist church continually grow in interest apj the attendance often reaches a volume so great that the building is not suf Relent to contain it The sermons are forceful and inspiring and much good is being dune For rent s room residence near H for rent tilt Nov i at 9 month Apply to this office If There is much speculation and some real betting as to how many in people have in town Guesses range all way from 1499 tfl i 800 while about midway between will probably be near the number TUB Ricotta guess 01 1579 and if it happens to be correct we Want to state in advance that the enumpratpr has not broken his pledge to maintain the seqrepy of the nijrabef ever the Not in yet time ings and and and cut to the pf by No I piece I Swill I I lour h I 1 SHO- Wing ter son n anger 279 sbl count J friday EO e have e J r 9 wanly head several th- C pert thi makes a p f lj7 I w exhibit and calks cetin tune was been ne For thereVV coin MacA partengaged t I bar tit file d Aa t Y Alma Keiiiers Body Found The mutilated and decomposed body of Alma Kellner the 9 year old girl who disappeared from her home in Louisville December 8 was found in the cellar of an St Johns Catholic church Monday morning dircovcry was made by a who was draining the cellar Circumstances indicate that murder committed in the church the wife of Joe Wendling is in Her husband was j initor of church January It is suspected that he cOin milted the terrible Crime Hut for of the police the body would have been found at once and the culprit apprehended perhaps The family offers a re ward of 1000 for the arrest of the murflprfr Baseball On last Monday after noon the ciiiaeng pf our city had the opportunity X of witnessing what was probably the fiercest con tested battle of baseball enacted on the local diamond wfopp Chappell nine met Invincible Reds of this only was the contest made by the excellent manner in which the boys handled the 7urc and stiLl but it was alto pruta tlti number of scores ever made any Uo nines this section At one time the game appeared lost to the local team but they tightened on the game and in one brilliant play made 13 runs on one hit This and other similar crushing blows were fjoajt the vigors arid jt js taught boys won The score has not been tabulated and it may be necessary to send the returns to the census department for thorough ac counting The blues won but all had a good See the Rockwell corner dust at Hoards Fires are still comfortable morn a and evenings particularly r rT The y M G xvjtji aboit jio members is makink start Call No 236 for cabbage tomato 51TP potato plants trvv Kentucky editors will have their summer meet and outing June 25 at Middlesboro and a large attendance and great time are ex pected l Twins were born to r and Mrs Arthur Brothers of Brownsville on Monday the 3oth Both were boys were born dead Interment Tuesday I IJgSg Foi livery service including closed carriages call on liarbour Head The weather very cool there was a light frost yesterday morning Unless warm weather comes very soon tile crops will be shflrt and the js getting be quite serious li- The rummage sale conducted by ladies auxiliary of the Melhodist- phujph at Saturday resulted in satisfactory and the house will be open agajn next Saturday when goqds be recced and pnt op gale Stair and room corners arc kept clean and tree from dust by the use ockwpll corner qUit shield p Roark has them in all finishes Also has the best stair carpet fastener Glenn Curtiss aviator malt a flight Sunday nrorning from Albany to New York city a distant 137 iplles twp liPiirg w tjiirty two minutes beating the fastest train time between the two points eight minutes With only one Stop and that for gasoline the spectacular flight was witnessed by hundreds of thousands and aroused greatest enthusiasm He won a prize offered by the New York World Curtiss is one of the leading aviators who will be in The Louisville Times aviation meet Louisville on June 18 19 Many persons from here will attend Bissells vcyco carpet sweepers the very latest models from this great factory are for gale at Roarks furniture store If you have never used a sweeper you cannot possibly the qiYantayt5 Call fur ol M to a a J 4 abandonedschoolhouse of but disappcarcl bunglingwork the lt into s lf t h a a I Ttt J to firsts S malt f Jqntq Vqrekoqe It newt will r jp I I I I IUQ9stra loq I LS L r t I plumber theM wars oven ting c largc old t sr ndid all 1 remains the las returns bi piths and s eYSllh recjatpIl l I I Closing Exercises Greenville High School The closing exercise of High School held at the opera house last Thvrsday night were by an audience that filled the building There were four members the graduating class Misses Hor tense Moseley and Ima Dukes and Messrs Paul Heltsley and Ray and their orations were all interesting and received hearty Prof Perkins of R issell wills delivered a short talk his topic being Education and he covered muHt of the important of the topic There were set eral music number and a male quintet which added to the the evening After the exercises the faculty graduates and high school pupils with a few invited guests enjoyed banquet at the Y C A building 4 fine social time being immensely enjoyed Qrdprs for put flowgrs will receive the prompt attention of Miss Lena Arnold Memorial Day Observed Decoration day was observed here Monday war veterans their wives and chjlrtrefl atheF5 who desired show respect to the memory of the dear departed dead comfortably filling the circuit court room Judge Pace and Rev mdeadlress that were well received and there were aonas of npjifoprlaio character the occasion After the the court beans the cemetery was visited aud a flag was placed at the every soldiers grave while flowers were strewn above his last earthly rcsing place The ranks of the old golcior wasap aiif before m ny pars the be dune entire ly by other hands Call Pittman Bros new meat shop lest of everything in this line Telephone No 279 Pewderly Mrs Rachel Qoo l c spent In Louisville Mrs Nannie Withers is spending few days at Nebo Miss Gabie Hansbro spent a few with icn s at Lucerne last week Mrs Ethel Myers returned from i llinois last veek where sheTiau been relative Mr Henry rifer and wife Thursday from an extended visit relatives in Tennessee Mijs Bessie Longest and Mrs Keys returned from Alabama Wcrfr They were much delighted with the South The attended the memorial services at the roars house Monday afternoon The address R 0 Pace found an echo in the heart ot every one present as he referred to the days of the sixties tears moist ened the cheeks of those grayhaird old yptcf nsi vjju had stood the privations of war in those days Mrs Lucy Eaves sang told Lang very effectively but when the soft low strains of God be Wjth You cchQejj thjQUlih the room there was scarcely a dry eye in that audience When the old soldiers up to march to the cemetery one could not help but thjnk what tq that band of able soldiers in the sixties reached from Greenville to is known as the Snodgrass hill a djs Grow nEt tljiquer Uy year and it js oply ii question of tithe when there will be one left of lhe to place a flower an hi grays cMstom nPt qbervel n this part of Ken tucky as it should be many think it waste of time in the present mad race for wealth to pause long enough once a year to attend these memorial services and decorate the soldiers Have Vo know that the flutter the songs the speeches and tears cannot help those men who have lung ago surrendered in lifes battle but there is a bitter svyeei plp Sire IP the living vetpfaiiiii as then meet at comrade graven and mingle their tears or talk In a reminiscent way of those dark a IIH lion was lent assunder This ob servation of Decoration Day has helped more than anything it be the Spanish American war to weld more tightly bfpfcen in the Ghiiin nnitea Worth and loath as the year go by this link is being malt stronget and stronger soon there will be no sec tional differences Lot Americas sons will be in perfect union fur one treat gailsc S H5 a1 help keep up the inciiorial or LJccurati m a 1 applause U features pleasures- of r will J mcs exercises- at headof workwill Sunday dar M- Il rl r writer b n bodied what nce ot thna nlllog TIC are civilwar IS their hen ink the let l r 1 ss Greenville enjoyed organ decreasing vision returned s a ync o traitF flt which looks your nut nllalleB Ibis das outs file cat S nlx s s w Foot power required to run a sewing machine is little to be sure but it is enough to give the average woman a backache t 3 A General Electric Motor will drive the machine al lowing undivided attention to be given to the sewing The result is better work more of it and no The cost of operation backache averages one cent an hour A General Electric Motor can be attached to any standard machine and operated from any electric light socket Our Day Current Will Do Your Cleaning GREENVILLE LIGHT WATER CO Iiwrwaici Inlf Mathlne i DdaabylcnttillIeRrklfota rV 6owr Strong Healthy Women If a woman is strong and healthy in a w way moth crhood means to her but The trouble lie in the fact that the RQly WMflCfl suffer from weakness and disease if tf ilJ9 lMCty feminine organism and are unfitted ttWwlUw This can be remedied Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription Cures the weaknesses Gad disorders It acts directly on the delicate and important organs concerned in motherhood making then healthy strong vigorous virile and elastic Hut ugbring ofWomen Oaf Ferorite Prescription almost painless ukea and vitalizes the feminine a and robust baby Thowa d4 et IMTB testified to marvelous merits Weak Women ro It Makes SIck Yemen lioness druggists do not offer substitutes uid urge them upon Just ns good Accept no bccrct nostrum In place of this Hensecret remedy It not a drop of icultol and not a g ain of r iajuriotts Is 5 pufe extract of loafing native American rots II bnnishes tiliSp114jS 1t period of expectancy and end It icemen 3 u II contains the the nmkcq t advent easy 4attii nsura its Yell habit formin drugs r Program of the Seventh Auual Caa- vcntion Womans CkfisUn Temp trance Union Greenville Ky Thursday June 23 1911 m Devq lVrn T J Slaton M iti Address of welcome on behalf of churches MM Joe Morgan On behalf of R O Pace V County schools Mrs Kirk patrick On behalf gf union Joe ChaUtam Music 1030 J J Melvin Mrs Rachel McNeil 1045 Roll call Temperance warnjngj in cooking eating workngt Uwt lng wor tying Icing te etc Carmen Belcher Address The Nations Going Dry Mi to PiitchardMadisonyillG 1040 a m Vflcal duetMr Kate Walt cr Miss Fern Rngsdalc Evangelistic G W Taylor AFTERNOON m Dsvolionaj qs c sj ccs Mrs JPTl k 2 p m Prohibition Docs Prohibit Mrs Jennie Roark 215 p in Sonjj By children Recitation Theres No Saloon Up Thcr Leah Carr BjtlmaH 23Qp rm The Man with the Ballot Mrs Ceo Eaves 245 p m Male quartette The Cigarette Pritchard 320 p m fIr Movement 345 p m Business new members elec tion of officers Benediction Cull on Leslie Hale next to First National Batik for candies books sundries cigars tobacco etc f3 E jamas Paxtsns Tragic Death The body of James Paxton was found on the I C railroad near Luzerne at an hour last Sun day morning death being caused by passing train Fur soma weeks Paxton has been drinking heavily gad had been to Central City Satur day night returning about 1 1 oclock He was alone and it is supposed sat down on or near the track and was daiibtlaaa prostrate as no fain stopped the crew not at coli H the body when it was hit James Paxton was a man of fine mechanical ideas null able to put no theta in execution and was a valued employee of the W G Duncan Coal C lie was an inventor and recently obtained patent un H coal car coupler that U ounsidered prnrtipuli and ono nt the host things nl the kind on the market His death caused the widest regret and his wife anti family have the sympa thy of all Interment was at Friend ship Monday qtqfiQQn and was is specially prepared to lo binffCtiiig and U tihect to Sfs at her in has it the ive So in a 930a m townMrs It Lot ResponsesMrs in amtHornMrs 130p had 250 p m ijt Discussion earl I holed oarl call uwhcl r 2T f Mrs l Habit Isttra yard t Zrnl r VVS silo tarsI lilp l 0 Mary A luncan lies in Louis villc Mrs Mary A Duncan in her 77 year died of acute aVrinck last Sunday morning i home in Louisville For many years she had been an invalid the constant attendance of trained nurse but her contrition hail been normal until few hours be fore death Deceased was well visits to her children and relatives and friends She was born Scotland cowing to this country with her husband and child settling Pennsylvania but moving to Paradise before the war and the made this county its home ninny Later they moved McHenry but fur several years Mrs Duncan with two daughters lived in Louteville The holly was brought here oa a special arriving at 1 oclock Tuesday and many of the relatives and friends accompanied Dr J S Lyons ol Louisville conducted the funeral service at the Presbyterian church oclock Fur many years he been the pastor ut the deceased and his tribute to her was one of must impressive ever heard by our people The music was appro prints and a solo My Am Coun trie by Miss Janle Webster of Louisville was especially imprts Interment was in Evergreen cemetery the grandsons pallbearers Following are the children Mr W G Duncan Mrs Q C Roll Mr D S Duncan Mrs Juan Hamilton of this city Mrs F L Felix of Hanford Mrs D Boone and Miss Margaret Duncan of Louisville On account of the Kentucky Edu cational Association at Henderson June 2123 tickets will be on sale June 20 and 21 and train No 155 June 22 at round trip of one fare plus 250 Tickets limited to June 25 for return G W Agen The state capitol will be dedicated Frankfurt today and a host of Kentuckians will be in attendance faizasiknown Greenville will have t c6tuative there Mi VMv tle Holeman and Mr William Abercrombie of Jjrowdcr were married hers at noon ycstfi at the Methodist parsonage Rev F E Lewis the officiating clergyman and a few friends attend ing Stair carpet fasteners and corner dust shields at Rviarks VII finishes stock Some choir Tjaive the artistic temperament su badly they sing lullaby Just before the sermon cerebralanemia requiring f rli Jlrknown here whsle she occ slOnal l tR made ears train tt surviving j rate L 1 f 1 r t r a a Y t t j vat gas VV 1 k h z will w P fir r y ROARK WoJJ Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wr ppenv Slippers Grave Vaults ROARK r piper Yrnx are isin ec ion rt a FMnOKHr4 FEJRIGG haul RIVER VALLEY SOLICITED GAOOE BY tEtTi1AL PCii CORR 4 I matter muni not be rewlnted with out special permission SOME FALSE ECONOMIES Koine of ilir worst blunders Are nind by tillers of the soil and those engaged In miinuil husbnndry the result uf prartlrlns sliorislgluiMl Inl I In I tfonouiiistlu niUinpt to save lu lirfl lust followed by Inrnsisrd losses Inter on To this class of inononilra telling the purchase of scrub or chenp prnde Klrcs for the dairy or beef herds the use of iioor WI high priced land wncft jwsd set costing a half more would give three linns the crop the use ot vcrnoiil rind dllap mp I tniichlnery and tools whnn luoney would be made by the use of those now mul up u date lfh alnni in the snare qld rut ilalry without Uabcock titter or cream teparatnr when nmuer round be made v till use of both the refusal to buy n manure spreader or other labor Rav Jug devices hicti would maUe ixtssl hle a niaxlnuim ulilizallon ot the tart Ills ptrut riisciirces and lastly the use of the old played out fuel vast lug stove and furnace when the new would do vastly better wurk at n mlul ilium consumption of fuel This is but n partial list of false economies but enough here been men tioned to suggest a prulitable line of bought This fault may be uuminn rlzcd in the statement that the trouble lies hi holding the copper or nickel so Hose to ones eye that It ruins ones perspective of the real value of timings mid obscures the distant dollar or eagle ihal might be made were a more in telligent and enlightened pulley adopt ed SOME SILO ADVANTAGES In ninuy sections of the corn belt tlurhtf lit past fev mouths corn tins iWfrtlr muillii from bpltiBleft Inthe M ueiivv snows which made husking Impossible but consid erable quantities of that which won crlbbeil also spoiled because it was nut properly dried out when stored Itut that earn which WitS cut In season and lu the wax safe not only from frost damage but from possibil ity of rot and mildew us well There ought to be a suggestion In this all too general situation for the farmer who would comblue the best intelligence with brawn In his farming operations There Is no debating the question that silo offers both I ho wifost mid the must economical method for handling this great cereal staple of tin country It Is none too early now to begin rank ing plans for a silo It one contem plales Installing one next fall an n study of plans and types of silos should le made while a visit to sev eral farms where they mire In success fun operation coupled with Inquiries node of the owners aa to their expo rience them would be time very well spent The greatest agricultural leak In the country today is the result ofxllie present careless methods of handling the corn crop The use xf the offers the best way out THE LAWINQ CHAP AVe have In mind a fellow who Is everlastingly at nboui something or other Part of time time it Isbe eause he fancies he has been wronged by those with whom be has hail dealings while the rest of the time he Is a defendant In suits brought by his fellows who feel that he has been an offender In an attempt to get what mild not belong to While HuMiiltigly a strong believer In time law as a cornntlvp of the from which folk suffer and a generous contributor Jo ward the of Its machin ery Ill how and then is hauled into rourl for violation of the statutes 11 goes without saying that this chap Is a mighty disagreeable jnrson to get along with his rating an u man being tnvuy eov par In the fatuity as well ns In the community In which he lives lie makes rich plucking for the low yers who are the only ones who ore the gainers trout the squabbles and suits In which he becomes Involved I THE BED In view of the fhct that strawberries nre time most delicious of the garden fruits it seems strange that more folks do not have n patch to sup ply the family table and if the beJ well to sell to the neighbors The plants should be set In rows from two mind onehalf to three and one half feet apart depending upon whether the hill or row of culture Is while the plants should be one nUll onehalf to two feet apart In the row depending somewhat upon the variety The bed should be set while there Is sulllcleiit moisture In the ground should be glvun fre quent cultivation and kept free from weeds and watered If the rainfall Is j suttlclent If the plants are not peal thrifty nil blossoms should snipped off the season the plants pet out When a bed has produced some lognmo to give th nrt a ret peck tar stick so n the in tion If tlou has to by boy cox the of this it roe the of n and n the to of lot ble I lint Ire OIl z IIIf the plodcont SC 1 Iou Jn sumo time m t law ju nay lm Ills lIu tIIIU open t time A 1 STRAWBERRY t of I II f t I full it should be plowed up I j r 1 It iI I 7 This e S return I 4 i4 put I with i x scnle a t 4 1 y r r 4 among does r system 1 p towm c y d tir 7 tot s t bet area S wo crops r ping sown t it- S 1 A becoming sense of the eternal of things would suggest the propriety of having at Iwist a couple of rinn hs elapse between fie publication of a ctrl of tlvipw mind action on time of tit heirs at law tu tao steps to se cure v hat diet consider nu e ultablo partition of the estate of tine deceased relative uaiiurc l too concentrated a fertilizer to bo put on the land llbunil ly c I doie wth ctlier inanures It should be mlicl with dust cr litter while accumulating and oven then one should spread the stuff sparingly We have wn of mature apple trees be lug Luockeii it by too much kind ness In tIm application of this fer tiliser Trcatlnji seed corn with con tar by stirring a small quantity of It In a of seed at n time so that each kernel Is smeared with a llttlo of the Is sold to keep limo crows go phers from touching the corn after It Is plumed If the kernels mire Inclined to together more coma should be worked In and possibly a little Cour which will tend to keep the kernels apart The seamier Is harrowed after being plowed the more completely will retain the moisture at and near time surface for the blanket of Hue mellow earth thus made checks a rapist Cup oration of the moisture Since this Is delaying of time harrowing will to more quickly dry n soil that more moisture than is re quired for the proper germination ot seed which Is to be placed there In of time west where moisture Is at a premium aisle atten is pnlil this fact of moisture con the truth were known it would probably come to light that the in creased cost of living IK due to a sub stantlal increase in freight mind express orates as well ns to n perceptible Infla of the circulating medium and scarcity of some staple food supplies This advance in transportation rates been very quietly made but the Increase has boon considerable and time middleman and distributer in order torte out whole has had this advance to the prices he had been pre asking for his goods which were already high There is nothing calculated to cheek milk now In n dairy cow more effec tually than Living chased around a yard a cursing loud mouthed man or null being ores and anon pounded ever heid or rump with club or 1 stool Not long aka we saw a pretty likely looking heifer put this p kind of mill by a couple of little heath whose irciitment w il be cull dent to cause a cow to give sklmmi your mlk or no mill at all It may ot- sullice to say that the father of these i frays wasnt In the dairy business for prolH or he would have gut busy on boys with a bjj Of all shortsighted Initial economies there Is none worse thou time buying runty anti unthrifty fruit trees Just because they eau be got cheap timid to Ix true whether one is sotting ail orchard for himself or expects to turn over to some customer at bearing It U the start a tree refs ns in case of a calf or u pig during the first three years that largely deter mines not only Its later beauty but utility ns n horticultural timing and hence every reasonable precaution should be taken to sec that the choice the young trees ns well as the cure glen should be of time best fellow may not suffer anything more than physical discomfort if he orders his undershirt and prunes from distant mall order house but be had better pass the practice up when It comes to grass seed and order from n home man who he coon bat with a stuffed club If time seed Is out pure ns represented Not as yet IP there In force an adequate federal purr seed law hence a fellow has no re course for Carnages if he orders from jfirm outside of his own state and gets worthless or even pernicious grays seed A number of states mare effec live pure seed laws and where seller and buyer reside In such states tatters rights are amply safeguarded While there is n big discrepancy be tween the prices which It was claimed could be gut for ginseng lu the craze which swept user the country four or live years ago and those which mire quoted today the returns are never sutllcient to gore n good in terest return on the money provided one has the patience to bide his time tor results Time present prices of ginseng range from 4J 0 to G7t per pound for the dried roots the higher pricey being received for wild product which finds a conge nial home In moist moldy wood lots where the shade Is sufficiently dense keep blue grass from getting n foot hold The routs should not be gath eyed before they are two years old while touch larger and a better quality roots are secured If they are al lowed to grow n longer period In the artificial cultivation of ginseng the conditions of moisture and shade re ferred to ns existing in u native wood nre reproduced as pearly ns possi the beds being shaded by the lion of slat routs mind abundant lure being supplied ff the rainfall should not be suQlcient to In In M to It nil cf Is flea Iii bat and l- It A sections n lion iili to add lrl tlllnu h O- tA limo mol 3 meta tart sop ains hit less invested ere 1I ICf 7PT A DEEP MYSTERY SOLVED Women Blinded by Science Tho Doctor writes his In Latin mill the pntkit shuts her what ho is Sho takes that much on faith If it should euro her shin doesnt knot cured her If tin proscription her sho doesnt know injury physician is experiment ta o Sometimes his med clan Is anccrafiil In tha cuco but often not This mystery cf a concealed is n mystify and to blind lor t On of wide and nnttonul r puUt believe In ny nor does ha tin believes that Nature provides that which Is noccs rare for our happiness tho womanly system tho state respond sunshine Rood urproper rc t when to bilanco of health11 tf n 1 11 tint Nature J rt ur haui tho baluu cf fur jootl Hidden American Lmutd many plants which correct ami euro ailments whoh cause vonrn to suffer with backache lx rlnsdovn pain limo hack or front of ho head nervous ness and lassl to al women who love Nature who llo to wander through tho wood have at coo tlmo or picked tIO beautiful blossom of tho This Is not only a beautiful but n very useful root this treated properly with to extract Ita Is in oases nervous excitability or Ir liability says Prof M D authority Prof Ellingwood D says this plant nervous conditions depending disorders of tho female organs Another which Is fro found In our American forests 13 Ilelonlas or Unicorn root Tho l3 plan possesses a decidedly InQuonco an of tho general system with weakness or dull or small of tho back region In of tho womanly organs It Is one of our meet agents acting jg time it Imparts tone and vigor to the organs It Is In ca drains Irregularities and painful periods Prof A particular phase removed It h tio despondency thri cit n attends those t the ailments just mentioned t Leon fount Adapted tJ those paces In vhhh rnd tho aching l crgnns feel as if would out of lima chief consulting phvslclau too Invalids surgical tats of r says that n com of tho active of theso two natlvo plants together with Golden Seal root and Blue Cohosh roots when extracted tho uso of glycerine of proper strengths which will almost Invariably euro thoso peculiar maladies to women That Is Dr Pierce nearly forty years ago decided to up n form a whleb lo had found useful iu isle rao Dr Pierce Is frank and about just whit la contained iiis not a as it serves only a cf purpose for peculiar nsl maladies tin put up for solo through for euro of such maladies ingredients of which have tho en medical tioners and writers as being tho very Favorite Is advised All this will bo learned to readers satisfaction by n booklet of extracts by Dr standard authorities tho several schools practice and which will bo on request frnailed to Dr H V N Y It stands toro Dr Picrcos Favor to Prescription 13 only medicine for woman arJ all the Ingredients of which aro printed upon i i plain so nil it may know what they are Afurther reason unprecedented popularity of tho for tho special uso of women to bo sound in tho it contains not a drop cf alcohol Ho does not bo liovo an alcoholic compound is bene ficial for thoso to women bccairo tho aftereffect of spiritu wines or medicines hare fun for weak invalid nervous women What Favorite Prescription has dono for others It will no doubt DO ron YOU Jt similarly and you give it good fair and faithful trial c J lilt we t Lrt ho pre C the does bon uru e nn doctor tior urn Mist Another 1 n DI r iIiTOn diseases t- nt rlnl nl conditions nt same u n J a bat It luaU Inc 1 Pout to uso 1 sot hta r moolclno Dr tolls Ithocur all tln trio bait known i r t o sent free res I t Q affections wrapper o1 reo Do rea n 1 irs 7 m i 1 ar nco n not ann stars bit cd a sere mIll tai s rrvr tbr ro s ar C him lent gl carlas uaLlo n rat o that lumlm sacral rcrmov pg- ma while the 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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 nutritious of 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 I pros toBY PURCHASING ONE OF OUR duces a bigboned welldevel His experiments prove that good oatmeal such as Quaker Oats not only furnishes the best food for the human being but eating it strengthens and en larges the thyroid gland is intimately connected with the nourishing processes of the body In conclusion he says It seems probable therefore that the bulk and brawniness of the Northerners meaning the Scotch has been in some measure due to the stimulation of the thyroid gland by oatmeal porridge in childhood The Scotch eat Quaker Oats because it is the best of meals fI f oped mcntUyenergetlc 1 T t glandthis alloat race W i i eon r d Jforattris The J L Roark Estate furniture dealers and undertakers has added to its equip ment in the undertaking department a Francis Engraving Machine as illustrate This machine is one of the very few in the State and goes to show the progressive spirit of the management la providing equipment generally considered necessary only in the larger cities With this machine the firm will now be able to supply ndividually engraved casket name plates instead of the stamped stock patterns usually employed And while the city undertakers make a charge of 5 for suck plates the people of this county will receive them Absolutely without extra cost regardless of the character of outfit purchased The machine has been in the show window of the firm for some days and its beauty and the perfect work it docs have been admired by hundreds of people Articles of every character can be engraved in much better manner than usually done by hand This machine adds to the most complete undertaking establishment in this territory The firm has the only practicing licensed embalmer in the county a fine funeral car largest stocks of coffins caskets robes wrappers slippers etc complete equipment for sanitary work and disinfection To provide the best in every branch is the con stant study of the management and the generous appreciation shown by the public has caused still deeper and greater determination on the part of the concern to give constantly improving service and on the most favorable basis With this in view other features will be added from time to time as they appear The Francis is fitted with all attachments for engraving articles of any character and the mechanical perfection of the machine appeals to all Th public is given a special invitation to call at any time and see the machine fugrabiug Sat4ittt 4 Ara y i 1