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Chicago BEST LINE TO California and the Vast Northwest Two trains daily and West Baden Springs UNION STATION Dinin and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers- E H BACON D P A N 4th and Market Sts LOUISVILLE KY Roarks furniture polish is some what better than the rest and is sold considerably cheaper and with the broadest back if not better than any you ever used to tako Caril for ycur fcmalo trouble because vo are sure it will help you Remeaer that 1 tfcJspreaifemalo DENTIST lb r j I Inon Route FrenchLick n J w WCor guaranteemoney Ask 1 t I CIT i r oinsyLrpy- kCIIlcnad We yo VlNEJf C gfV fJ iM4pj has brcught relief to thousands of i ether sick net to jj You For headache backache l periodical pals fomale weak TIC havo said it Is tho best to take Try It I Sold in This City n 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE f I f 1 3 n y I u u 1A ccm waRy M THAOS MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS c Anyone sending R sketch and description shay our oililiaIntention U i rnbnhlr pnient Communion onlntcnU lent fro illicit nponcr 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can tor e0 Dt1b11 CUr Ho CO V LLtlQ O M AND CU LS TiE bltHJCS Ega WITH iii g I NWJ 5 MDeB L irE 1c Seaw GROCERY a rFCi t+ AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES QITABAIf TEED SATI5PA0203 OB SONBY HBFTJSIDjBD 6 J iJt hnIf Jr Jlne car AID ttit lAm atMii elccUkMjr the j h wto tilfiofrtiirei SIM I tcpy fax Ifjrai name L UolIIe r r laG lls SiloIo rtac J tl I I r f1r L c lln IMFrlt1IC- i al inn 6r erylwlyt 6t rt9IrOnt I Co- G rhut ltrarlsy rr II H j n hit 14lrlWlearl lo1D Irrrw rit ViL iii Ic 1I6 It a II iwluI e- hkk e qcrval 90bilet n i rweetk a tq IAaletie ikwon ra aaa till n- t i lJJ1 rr- r t Mfr P pL i White Seeing Machines in rotary and vibrator needles shuttles etc in stock for all machines RORLS STORE otl 7 i 1o i r k tw1 1 1 lIt rA s 1 t J 9 lJt111Z 13 j 1LJlKXIII lCounty Jis rich in coal iron timber potters jretc and the most inviting field in Ken tucky pluckB JJOO tcX1XI llt i1mHHUIIDC iI 1 s l a yer w A r en A erI clay t Giro ltal and VOL XII NO 17 GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY JUNE 9 1910 50c PER YEAR IN ADVANC E The Greatest Doer of Good If Great Britain will hold itself in patience until Wiliam Men Whites explanation of Theodore Roosevelt reaches the island for circulation nothing untoward will happen as the result of the speech on English government of Egypt It will be understood then where it is most needed just now to be understood that T R merely followed the law of his nature when he spoke in the Guildhall Mr Roosevelt as Mr White explains is the greatest good in creation as well as being the greatest individual force and the greatest moral force It does not matter whether the British liked what T R served them or not Many medicines are bitter and surgery is painful The point is that it will do them good It must be remembered that the colonel has on commonplace times in Paris Copenhagen Christiania and Berlin having exploded nothing more dangerous than a few moral platitudes under the chairs of the French and a few historical platitu des under the Germans The Guild hall opportunity to him was almost the equivalent of the solitary tavern on the turnpike at the boundary a dry Last Chance He is coming back and if they do not know how to appreciate him over there we do here In the language of the Music Master If they dont want him we want him Railroads ia Politics Through the Rock Island Em ployes Magazine railroad officials appeal to the employes to act to gether politically for the protection of railroad interests The special aim is to secure the placing in in state legislatures and on railroad commissions of men who will take action favorable to the railroads vitally interested in good government reads this address to an o s b ifalfrWdoffT als This is true beyond question So it the purpose were to promote good government all publicspirited citizens would feel called upon to applaud the railroads appeal But the address proceeds as follows You arc particularly interested in those men in office who will have to do with the control and super vision of the railroads and those who will chose for the legislature It is time to call a halt in the ceasless at tacks on railroads And it is in your power to make your influence felt in your state in assisting in the nomination of conservative honest men who will deal fairly with the railroad interests- It is not proper that any special interest should dictate the policy of the government in dealing with it even if that special interest thinks itis right in its position To the extent that they try to organize their employes into a great voting army to participate in politics as railroad the railroads are laying up trouble both for themselves and for the general public To prevent government employes from acting in politics as members of an organized political at my civil service laws have been enacted which undertake to insure individual freedom of action to public servants If the leaders of the railroad world try to take their employes into poli tics as a body to battle for railroad interests ag linst the public welfare it may be necessary to pass laws ap plying to publicservice corporations the civil service methods which have been devised for public employes Tubbing And Rubbing A great many people seem to pride themselves on individuals on the ground that every morning of their lives they jump for a short moment into a tub of cold water As a matter of fact it is quite possible to perform this feat for three hundred days in the year and yet to miss entirely the real purpose of the daily bath The cold plunge or shower is ex cellent in its way for those to whom it is suited that is for the young and the viperous who react For these it is invigorating and stimulating As cleansing process it is hardly enough because getting clean does not mean merely letting water pass over the surface of the tij I II nj ti i o 4 1 countyttThe e f u tt men oI t q beingwellbathed andsixtyfive 0 t t i t x do- a e b l a oft congress You are N0 tr lo x a a as b x t h perfectly i z 4 aa v 3 body To be really clean one must make sure that the millions of tiny pores by menus of which the skin does its work for the physical economy are kept cleared of waste products and m good working con ditionThe skin is one of the most portant of the scavengers of s tem but one cannot expect it to do its work properly if its mariads of tiny holes through which it gives off waste matter arc blocked This waste matter is largely given off in the perscription which is coming through it all the time whether sensibly or insensibly If this perspiration is checked the waste products are driven back into the system with the result that the other organs of elimination the kidneys or the bowels arc asked to do double duty and double duty is not demanded of any organ without a bill having to be paid somchov some time To keep the skin in perfect work ing condition an occasional bath that really washes it is called for This bath should take the form of plenty of warm water some good mild soap a small brush and above all a good rough towel for the final rub is really more important than the soap and water wash The skin is renewing itself all the time with the result that it is always giving off minute scales and it is these which largely serve to block the pores Any can stand in a good light with a clean dry nail brush and prove this Use the brush vigorously anywhere on the skin and observe the minute dry particles that will fly oft It stands to reason that a swift plunge into cold water and a gingerly dab with a smooth towel are not enough pro perly to remove these scales In fact if one were so placed that it was temporarily impossible to get at a bath the skin could be kept in condition by vigorous dry rubbing ajs all the purposes of health demanded June 14 Flag Day Ill the S d lung one far Frankfort Ky May 19 Gov Willson 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 fUg on that and all days The proclamation is as followsTo 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 thirtythird anni versary of the adoption of the stars and 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 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 recognize the annl versary 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 to cherish the interest of our people in this anniversary of the birth of the flag editorial historical articles upon the subject of tho flag 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 Snipes to the breeze everywhere throughout all State from every church school u tt bYlocalarticles comment u itjoJll 4 w i displayed birthday the y o 11 a and building public anti private and front every horn throughout the entire Commonwealth It will be a beautiful tribute for the pupils in every srhoil 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 M 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 nag stinds for AUGUSTUS E WILLSON Governor of Kentucky The best way to lead the weak to wrongdoing is to make a mockery of the punishment of the strong- It is pleasant to think that the people who make gateways to the heavenly road never get any farther HLSLXKSS LOCALS Give your job printing orders to TilE RECORD For firstchiss livery service iu including closed carriages call on Barbour Head Qef 3 sQt qf pneurnatjc rubber tops for your typewriter keys Greatest aid to operation of any machine Roark has them and you are asked to call fur a look Wallpaper prices at Roarks arc lower than anywhere and the are very complete now Miss Lena Arnold ate the favor of your laundry work and represpnts the best plant in this territory Bear in mind that Roark has splendid selections of wallpaper in stock ready for and sample books of the finest papers made which can be procured on short notice after selection It on it selections wouldappreci 1 she delivery A Lillle Good Paint Time Saves When everyday delay costs you money The sun rain now arc getting vroik Lumber com too much to for wont of a little paint It costs less to we than to go with out iu We use nothing but good plot oa ou work CARTERStrictly Purc WHITE LEAD Pure Unseed OU Purr Turpentine and tho most expensive colors TIic kind of paint we u never cranks 01 cases only years of wear win remove iu you when topaist We a Cntclau and durable job poets tuuuoablc Dout put it otf J H HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 The Registered POLANDCHINA BOAR NOXAl WONDER ill your builcJin ecay Let ready et ua FOR aUCr S PPCE 100rktE DR NEW DISCOVERY FOR COUGHS AND COLDS CURES MI THROAT LUNG DISEASES SAVED HER SONS UFE My son Rex was taken down a year ago with lung trouble We doctored some months without improvement Then I began giving Dr Kings New Discovery and I soon noticed a change for the better I kept this treatment up for a few weeks and now my son isperfectly well and works every day SOLD AKD GUARANTEED BY All Druggists GOc AND SIOO o- js to IND nms SAMP PEE Ava Mo it 1 u4 KINGS r E I r 1 T k l After The Grippe am much pleased to be able to wrMa end you for what done for me writes Irs Sarah rof Siler City N C Last February had tle which loft no in bad shape that I had been bothered with female trouble for ten years and seemed to cure it 2r At last I bccan to take 1 have taken only ccciorg or than cry other medicine I ever The Tonic Per the aftereffects of any serious illness Ilie the Grip Cardui is the best tonic you can ue builds appetite iiatural Cardui is your best friend if you only knew it hashelpedyou cannot ret the benefit cf the Cardui ingredients in any other medicine for thy ere net for sale any drtg store except in the bottle Try Cardui Write to Laics Advisory Dept Chattanooza Acdlcns Co Chattanooga Tenn for Special Instructions and tpacc took Home Treatment for Women rct lce trI ui bottles it has tre acre geed flan ilt Yon s y it steadies the nerves improves the regulates irregularities and helps tjk Ar- o ardui lJSEC I tar a T y nothing trce but dcne the t I h TCARDU1 s ti s bring backthe t r i t s t UPv i V rag yearsagoBut now thefactsThey arc used from the I t c for all Lands conditionsThey leak last as long as the building itself needing rat further detailed information apply to- G DHIR fl Ky AL 1 tc cHic d v Gfrat J Jr CORTHTl sgtg i Atlanta r evil tp J 1910 vxy 3tyj3kready to maIl It will be sent to any person interested in on receipt of 7 cents to cover The nurserymens literature is a art as well as a n U re are devoted to descriptions and records Stark Delicious the apple orchard planting and established a pew standard of apple values at 1000 bushel year Stark King David another wondrous quality and merit Stark Phifip a black grape of California of the very best the horticultural pricedTo fruits or ornamental this book is of inestimable value a horticultural guide to selection Stark trees have stood the test of planting for So are the yardstick by which all other nurcry products are are the first choice cf countrys most successful success of the orchard is dependent on the and of tree planted Stark varieties arc the best of the best of 85 years of successful a positive guarantee of tree quality v Before you decks to Lay send 7 cents for the Start Year oi t da it before tide edition is exhausted Stark Bros Nurseries and Orchards Co Louisiana Missouri Subscribe for The Record Only 50c is Stark Year represents an entirely new idea in catalogue of Stark Nursery thin its covers are 32 fullpge illustrations of flowers liS varieties done in four reproducing prices Kin textbooa me t Jay I w c rI r t t f i r Book 4 c colon k 3 t ista t r r tlblWr tNt t E E IMS An IncleptMiiluiil Newspaper RECORD PRESS OvfKtt RInK Prvnltlcnt onto L SeercVnry L kOARK larUITOR LonaOlstancP Tclepiisac No 72 Oittco lu new rtnncx irnrof more ground floor 50 BITS m YIAU IN ADVANCE ERMS n prlc the paper t r to whlcU it IB piild the paper will be stopped CnrdH of ihnnk notices etc If not longer than ten lines will be l A choree of JW will e mnilr fur Ing linen No variation of this rule to uujropc- PrBe ttumplr coplw will be nmltal AdvcrHncrnrnl will pnVrirl A rate card will be furulHhrd on rraui l ail communication Mini rc mlttuncoN payable to HfcrnillM URSB- Urvriivillo Ky THURSDAY JUNO 9 BH thw OncnrlHe Kr n IT is unmanly to hiss Jick John son on account of his color It isnt his fault that he is only half black THUS far we belicv the life in Kiiruucc companies arc inclined regard aviation as one of the morn tr less hazirrtmis occupations Jv learniii how to manage a machine the principal drawback is that you cant rest the machine on anything soul while you arc doing it TAKING lor granted the correct ness of the estimate that the age salary of a preacher in this country is 663 it is an open lion whether preaching pays as well as pitching SOME good friend of Dr Cook if the doctor has any good friends should tell him that he would be much more convincing if he were to make a real ascension of Mount McKinley first THE appellate division of the Supreme court of New York rules that affinity is a good out English wordi and is not in itself libelous It used to be a good word but has been hopelessly discredited 1THREE men are dead in Pike county as a result of a row started in a Jesse James tent show It have been a poor show at that for it takes very little enthusiasm to in duce the boys up there to start a shooting bee TIlE lady president of the AntiKIssing club speaking of the club button legcnded Kiss not that if one of these buttons could be put upon the bib of every newborn baby and worn until the child is So years old there would be more old people than there are One could almost chisel a quiddity out of that THE first of three concrete barges which will be used in the hydraulic operation at the Panama canal was recently launched It draws when complete with dredging pump and equipment three feet nine inches One quarterinch No 12 wire mesh has been used in the wall construction The behavior of these barges will be watched with great A NOVAL ventilating system has recently been developed which con sists of a small electric fan connect cd to the window sill in such manner that it may be operated either to draw air from the outside or to ex haust the air from the room It is suggested that the value of this will be appreciated in a kitchen on iron ing day or when any baking is be ing done as it prevents the heat from spreading through the entire house besides making the kitchen itself more comfortable to work in EFFICIENCY tests are conducted officials of the Pennsylvania rail road who at unusual times and places set signals of caution or danger display fusees place torpedoes on the track with a view to keeping all employees constantly on the alert for signals During the tests for 1909 the following records were made by the men Block signal rules 47 384 of which 996 percent howed perfect observance on part of the employees 45887 tests of rules governing flagmen use of fusee torpedoes and other signals 996 per cent perfect Altogether 300000 efficiency tests showed a practirally perfect record for the employees THE adulteration of food in France is said to result in a profit ft lc t 1 REt I L pufttMnRU UT ROAn Jtrrtya r w The ItI1 tit hlt to and ben the time expired r miners d II AId lCtered at r 1 tel a avert quest I 4 it- t may- A i U t interest a II b a 4 0 or 1- J I c to r I ISr to V 1 y 4 r v r TltnnsDATF A ssrscamc tuirance Ilan oukc all I postof Ice eeenudMbpw i niter t flying t I I Cincinnati says today motor A 4 4 sir r r r the-r- L 9Y some b 1u r 1 o- t 11- r of one hundred million dollars per year Bread which may be called the national food of France has been adulterated talc a substance which is not only indigestible exceedingly iritat ing to the gabtro intestinal mucous membrane because of the sharp crystal fragments which it contains Flour is often mixed with alum or with potassium carbonate to the amount of water absorbed with zinc sulphate to keep the bread fresh with copper sulphate and ammonium lo Uituinlh the quantity of yeast required and to improve the appearance of bread made wih spoiled flour Denatured alcoho costing one eighth the price of pure alcohol is used for the manufacture of the liqueurs and aperients which are so largely in France Alcohol denatur ed by the addition of methyl alcohol is mixed with an equal volume of water and exposed for a few days to the sun air and rain which have the effect of precipitating the methyl alcohol so completely that its flavor remains barely perceptible The mixture is then brought to the alcohol strength by the of strong spirits flavored to suit the taste of the consumer and sharpened by the addition of a pint of nitric add to each barrel New Automatic Telegraph to Extend Its Lines to Kentucky In pursuance of its plan to inter lace the whole country at an early date with its web of automatic wires announcement was made in New York recently that the Telepost Company has under the expansion of its system to all parts of Kentucky Connection is to be established of Indianapolis to which point the system now extends from Chicago and St Louis William H McCollum former Superintendent of Construction of the Postal Com pany who is in charge of the ex tensions of the automatic has been looking over the ground for some time and reports conditions unusually favorable for the inauguration of work on the line This system is regarded by scientific men as the most brilliant achievement in the evolution of telegraph since Morses time rep resenting the conquest of a new basic principle in telegraphy that presages for that industry a world wide revolution with its 2000 words a minute service and rates of one cent halfcent and quarter of a word regardless of time or By the Telepost system message is transmitted with equal facility over either a telegraph or telephone wire Its rates arc the lowest and its service the most rapid in the organizations and boards trade throughout the state have been in touch with the officials the Telepost for several months have assured the Company of their readiness to cooperate with it in anyway it can suggest as most facilitate the extension of its lines to Kentucky Among the cities and towns un der consideration for connection with the system are Louisville Frankfort Lexington Pans Richmond Ashland Cat letsburg Maysville Covington Shelbyville Owensboro Hen derson Paducab Hopkinsville Bowling Green Greenville Patrick B Delany the the Telepost system which is now used between Boston and Portland anti between Chicago and St Louis Indianapolis Terre Haute cities in Massachusetts New Maine Indiana Illinois Missouri is an old associate of Thomas A Edison The the New scientific principle made its invention possible in the realization of an ambition Delan and Edison had as far back as 1871 when he and the wizard on improvements to the Morse methods of hand transmission special wire constructed between Washington and New York with the idea of evolving a system of rapid telegraphy to displace the mails for long distance communication In addition to being a boon inestimable value to the public the Delany automatic system will save the newspapers of the country ot thousands of dollars a year in telegraph tolls through its cheap rates great speed and accurate Of the 1500000 expended every year for telegraph service by the Associated Press it is that approximately 700000 will he saved by the use of the automatic service when completes Its con tinent wide expansion v largelywith I tit car onatel consumed addition byway system cent- a distance worldCivic of of and likely- to Winchester Newport inventor- of andother Hampshire and discovery- of which experimented over- a of figurednut increase desired telegraph advisement hundreds service cn to of Powderly Messrs ydc anr Clayton were m Russellville Friday Miss Alma Vinson returned to her home at Central City Sunday Mr and Mrs Monroe Miller of Central City stopped here Friday route from Illinois Misses Bessie I ongcst and Clemons accompanied by Shelly Clemons went to Central City Monday evening Mrs Nannie Withers returned from Nebo Tuesday- Mr Proctor Lewis and wife went Belton Sunday Miss Amy Longest and Mrs Ol tie Lacefield from Central City spent Sunday at Penrod the guests Mrs Mayc Matherly Mr lien Richardson and Miss Geneva Hastings of Central City were married Sunday afternoon at the home of Rev Truman Friendship Miss McWhirtcr was R O Pace and family last week Miss Eura Hill and brother were visiting Mr Polie Dukes and family last week Mrs Mary Shelton is visiting Mrs Laura Ferril of Brownsville Misses Mary Mathis and Fannie McWhirter where the guests of Blanch and Mittie Craig Sunday Mr John Ed Smith has returned to HopkinsvilleOwing inclemency of the weather the attendance at Sunday school was not so good as usual though the interest seems to be in Some essays were read which seemed to be enjoyed by all Mr and Mrs Granville Craig were visiting Mr Juhn Cram and family of Central City this week Twin Tunnel Regardless of the insufficiency of the weather gardens are progress ing nicely in this vicinity Mr Winfield Stuart went to Cent ral City last Friday Mr D S Brouhton and family of this place left last week for Lewisburg where they will reside Mr Al Parsons formerly of South Carrollton has charge of this the eighth section on the L N branch road between Owensboro and Russellville Mr Clay Wagoner went to Dun mor one day last week During the thunder storm here last Saturday evening considerable hail fell some of the stones a half inch in diameter CLEOPATRA Great Interest Shown in Aviation Meets lug Judging from the Statewide inter est in the aviation meet announced by The Louisville Times as indica ted by the favorable comment of the State press there will be a record breaking crowd in Louisville on June 1819 when this novel pxnjbj tion is given under tho auspices of that newspaper at Churchill Downs All Expense Tour Yellowstone Nation al Park Colorado and Utah Personally conducted 17 day trip leaving Louisville Monday August i via Monon Route spending five days in Yellowstone Park and stop ping at Salt Lake City Glenwood Springs Manitou Colorado Sprints and Denver Side trips to points of interest Private cars throughout journey parked during Yellowstone Tour 175 covering everything 2 10 one berth 165 each Send for book about this wonderful trip to Geo A Jones Manager 2737 4th Ave or E H Bacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky TOE RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED Monoi Route Announces New Schedule of Fares One Way and Round Trip The Monon Route announces that it will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago at 6 one way instead of 8 as formerly 12 round trip good thirty days returning instead of 16 Patrons arc offered exceptionally good ser vice by the Monon which on night trains from Louisville operates Com partment and Drawingroom Pull mans as well as the usual straight sleeper The day trains have Par lor and During cars and the very finest modern new coaches cheerfully answered by E H Bacon D P A Louisville Old papers for saje at this office Welters Victoria visiting creasing measuring and- S in- qUIries Ky Il N1 aunt Hisses taken l p BlAKWfll ROARK INSURANCE I GENERAL We tie Home Insur ance o of H Y all of farm and PtyI r writes FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYERS LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY BONDS GIVE US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE BLACKWELL ROARK GREENVILLE KY Ilk 0 DEPOY KENTUCKY We announce to our trade and the pub lie that our stocks of goods in all depart meats are larger and better selected than ever in our history We carry a varied S GENERAL MERCHANDISE can supply most of the wants of the j people In Dry Goods Clothing Shoes 2 Hats Etc we offer large selections m In Groceries Hardware Tinware Farm Jly fa Implements and such goods our stocks f are especially strong j ft In all departments prices will be found l JJ the lowest and your visits will highly w j appreciated Vj I Undertaking Department fan Undertaking Department to our W ibusiness and will carry a comprehensive line of Coffins Cas JK m kt Suits Wrappers and Dresgqs Also have a Hearse In service on call anywhere Orders In this line given prompt careful attention any hour day or night TelepBones Store No I Kijit No R or No 3 The BRIDGES SHANNON 1 fk DEPOY KENTUCKY f n a tIII fI f BRIDGfS SUANNON tf ift 1 l ill m ill m j tmi line of W I i b ill We have just added i4j i m i j nlf wf7 Rf4A0 r f Z Ofi t t 1 1- tOl t land t t Ml Robes land Q l CO- t t J E Bailey Dentist Greenville office Opera Bldg Central City office overStorers Jewelry Store White Patients Only X Telephone Connection 9 W FURSHides and Wool Feather Tallow Bcwvrai Ginseng Root May Apple Wild CInccr etc We are denier t nuUUKed in 1856 over Wf aerator in LouImJJe mnj can do bettor for you llua gents or camniaoa merchanti Reference nr Bui in LouunUe Write for vreelly price and iKpptna Uw- M Sabol Sons 223 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY Coldea SeaMY Hit I tVII3 fflu i f t I COAL TRe best ever and the price is right 200 PER TON DELIVERED Two mines the Penrod Bank and the Mine ALL ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY And COAL GUARANTEED Telephone 2322 E A CORNETTE Mgr DE KALBILU KANSAS CITY HO If you want job printing give this office your older for prompt de livery Fuels rlJ STfOrIG NEAVYulr tRJ lEOIW ware Sit D TfAtB FBN 0 oJi I 1r Greenville RAi REVOLVt2d G For talc s MUHLENBERG COUNTY SAVINGS SANK Greenville Ky Appreciating your past patron age solicit all or part of your future Banking business THQS E SUMNER Cashier Foot power required to run a sewing machine is little to be sure but it is enough to give the average woman a backache c f H we 41p 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 back ache The cost of operation averages one cent an hour A General Electric Motor can be attached to any standard machine and operated any electric light socket Our Day Current Will Do Your Cleaning GREENVILLE LIGHT WATER CO Incorporated A New Newspaper A New Newspaper the Edited and published by R 0 Pace at Greenville made its appearance 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 Industrial 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 year and worth it JOB DEPARTMENT- The Sentinel has one of the most complete job offices in Western Kentucky This department is under the supervise ion of Mr E E Reno one of the most obliging and practical printers in the state He will be glad to see his old customers and to serve them when needing anything in the job line All by electricity Your patronage solicited Our prices arc right faction guaranteed Oil Way of Selling Paint Is to make you satisfied by giving you material that does what you want it to do If its a floor woodwork a table bathtub or the whole house youre about to varnish enamel or can supply exactly the article that will do it best You can be sure of this sell the perfect ACME QUALITY kind of paints enamels varnishes all carrying the guar II 80 II t MUUlINBIR6 SENTINEL 94 1 politicalwelfare machineryoperated I 1 I 4 paintor stainwe t because we stainstI from x d t a APRIL 191rzw a j sSate r 1 11 11I 1II i tl s antcc mark r With every purchase of the Acme Quality kind we give you free The Selection and Use of Paints and Finishes the only com 7 plete paint book ever published Greenville Milling Go Incorpor ted Tli t = V V JI 0 1M to t- t fflND t1 1 e e The only Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar ill y Hr a 4S i Btking Powder Absolut PURE C LOCAL TIME CARDI R R SOUTH BOUND NO 101 Louisville Limited JOSntn 130 Central City nccom 715pm SOUTHBOUND KO 135 Failucnli nnil Cairo nccom 515am 121 Fnlum Accommodation l 40pm 101 New Orleans Special 103 K O Spec Louisville pnssr JuneS 1010 WGCnAwronn Apt THE RIGHT MUST WIN DY FREDERICK W FADER Frederick William Faber the well knovn gifted theologian and writer irn born at Yorkshire England June tt 1814 lie died Sept 26 1801 Until IMS lie wan n clergy of England net In over to the Church of none precipitated then topical and ecclesiastical nlon at widespread attention and which was In contrast to Fabern spirit especially at it IH shown in his poems O It Is hard to work for God To rise and take his part Upon this battlefield of earth And not sometimes lose heart lie hides himself so wondrously As though there were no Cod lie Is least seen when all the powers Of evil are abroad Or he deserts us at the hour The tight is all but lost And seems to leave us to ourselves Just when we need him most III masters good Rood seems to change To ill with greater ease And worst of all the good with good Is at Ah Is other that we think Far beyond reasons height and reached ofGod O1ose riotlieaft jV 3 Butlearn what God Is V And In the darkest Thou uhalt know where to strike Thrice blest is he to whom la given The instinct that can tell That God is on the field when he Is most Invisible Blest is he who can divine Where the real right doth lie And dares to take the side that scents Wrong to mans blindfold eye For right Is right since God Is God And right the day must win To doubt would be disloyalty To falter would be slot Give us your job work What is so cool as a day in Good morning Is your coal holding out Needles for all sewing machines at RoarksThe comet is still visible but is losing its brightness We continue to have plenty of rain and cold dark weather See Cornette the be fore you buy coal The first summer excursion of the season to Louisville will be run on June 21 Our people are getting anxious about the of the city We should hear from the census depart ment Get potted plants and cut from Miss Lena Arnold visit of the airmen to 8th and igth will draw at least a dozen of our people to witness the wonderful spectacle On account of lack of a quorum the regular monthly meeting of the city council was adjourned from last Monday night until next Mon day night Our readers are asked to notice the ad of Dr J E Bailey dentist who has established a branch office Cat Central City and both shops will be open for patients at all times Uncle Jack Pence has just opened is a new stock of goods in his old stand be and now is ready to serve his old be friends and the public He calls his place The Spot Cash Store and says he intends to live strictly to be C will and outs and on for safe i of at will few of of fune 310 pm 1 Ca 1t C bmll to man ur the Churrh Flu I strange t e Cod fff lUll are far oboe nlJ1bti I if M 11 t likenf Jun I o i coalman 1 t census 1 A t t 1 1 t of 1 i a u I f 3 tZ r Oitm y as t x r going t i cross purposes nn3 s lu Workman rte t I soon The Louisville the y Y p Ai a t rt Ia u pit e y tLT4 5 j It- i all Mr THE RECORD sot per year This is a long splendid winter we have been getting Mr P W home days this week See the Rockwell dust Roarks The automobile fever appears to subsided somewhat Its flying machines now Mr W M Williams is now with M Howard Co where he bp glad to meet his friends No 236 for cabbage tomato sweet potato plants mi 2 Trains have been pretty well on time lately considering the wash and other unseasonable that have been encountered The flying machines automobile motor cycle races at Louisville the iSth and 19th are much attention from all over the state and will draw many thousands Out of coal Telephone 2322 and Messrs R Martin Co last a commodious Carey of large size and embodying Jt is the finestr used by any business house the county Our readers should notice the clubbing offer we are making on Hamptons magazine This is one the leading publications of the magazine field and is forging ahead a rapid rate Telephone No 5 and your laundry be called for and delivered Mr D J Duncan was home a days from Louisville and states that he was the sole representative the city at the dedication of the capitol last week but that he enjoyed the occasion enough for several folks Freight receipts here lately have been extraordinarily heavy for the time of year and show a growing scope of country served by the merchants of the town who find it necessary to have a constant stream goods coming in Get Hamptons magazine and TilE RECORD for the price of the magazine alone The summer schedule of the I C went into effect Sunday and Green vine has a new train as No 103 stops here at 120 a m to discharge passengers from Louisville and points beyond It is not likely that a great number of stops will be made by- s this train but it will be a great when needed Miss Ona Collins daughter of and Mrs W J Collins of this city and Mr U F Kirkwood of Oklahoma were married at the Methodist parsonage at 2 oclock Monday afternoon Rev F E Lewis performing the ceremony In the presence of a few friends The couple left for their new home in Oklahoma and carry with them the best wishes of many friends The county convention of the W T U will be held here on Thurs day June 23 and will be an allday session the services being held in the Methodist church The program being arranged and promises to one of much interest Lunch will served on the church lawn 31 Local talent will put on a minstrel show at the opera house next night J I I Middelton was at corner shieldat obstacles quickservice goodcoal weekreceived special State convenience Thursday S attracting S conveniences Fire at Central City Friday Morning Central City had another fire about i oclock last Friday morn ing that for a time threatened to destroy a whole block and which did do great damage before in The fire was discovered in the general merchandise store of Mi151 which with contents was a toiVl loss but was protected by insurance The splendid law ly library ol Hun R V was a total loss with no insurance The building adjoining in which was the saloon of Menscr Wood ruff was burned together with tha fixtures and most of the stuck but 5000 insurance fairly covered thU be loss also A flue wall cut these buildings off from the balance of the block and stopped the lire It is reported that the section will be improved by better buildJDgs and of that work will be started at onpc The origin of the fire is unknown as tlifrc was no fire In the building the premics may have been first robbed and then fired Death of Ma W Jamison Mr John W Jamison in his 48th year died at his home near the de pot about 8 oclock last Thursday an illness of soma weeks from stomach trouble De a well known and highly respected citizen and had many friends For some months he had been in declining health but his death was rather sudden as he had been able to be up his home until a few hours before death came Interment was at Old Liberty at 3 oclock Friday afternoon fol lowing a service at the graveside conducted by Rev Ryan in the presence of many friends this wife and children are joined in their sor row by many relatives and friends Low Railroad Rates For Aviation Meet to ing a Louisville promises to be the of thousands of Kentuckians on June 1819 when a great Aviation Meet will be held under the auspices in of The Louisville Times at which several of the countrys most famous birdmen will be seen flying in their aeroplanes Reduced rates will be a offered on all railroads and interur ban lines in Kentucky and Southern Indiana Rules For teachers The Madisonville Board of at its meeting last Friday ev of ening before proceeding to the of teachers adopted the resolution No teachers will be employed by the Board or while in A such employ shall attend dances or dancing parties nor engage in danc in ing or attend card parties nor take any part in card playing The Board of Education does not as such body make any war on dancing or card parties but the members thereof feel that it for the best interest of the schools of the town that the therefor shall engage in no amuse harmless it may be a that may in any way detract from the good influence of the teachers or the school Mrs Dr Kelley from Virginia is here on a visit to Mrs W O Belcher I Messrs R E Wallace T B Pannell Herbert Luckett J C Stokes and Cam Howard were among the delegates from this county to the Third district Democatic con vennion which nominated Hon R Y Thomas for Congress at Morgan town Tuesday Coal business which has been above ordinary winter mark is to drop down a few notches now since Illinois Indiana Okla tetra and Colorado mines have been started up after a shutdown since April i The demand for coal has been lively our mines have been busy For room residence near C H for rent till Nov i at 9 per month Apply to this office tf Mrs Susie Moats in her 851 year died at the home of her son Mr Alex Moats near Greenbrier at 730 a m last Friday after an illness of six weeks from dropsy Burial was at Carters Creek Satur day afternoon many ing Deceased was widely known and was one who made many friends Go to the opera house next Thurs day night and enjoy the local talent show which will be full of good things to Bolus 1 hand morningafter ceasedwas andabout is menthowever See the ad of the Muhlenberg County Savings Bank in this issue- dan you are In need of a banker you will find thIs institution one of the best in this section andall rent5 friends attend 1IIIMII S controlled located Mecca Education election following tt teachers if expected not with last the cor not sar wh his the n To the Teachers of Muhlenberg The thirtyninth annual the Kentucky Educational will be held at Henderson June 22 and 23 Every teacher this county attend even if members t By contact this great body of enthusiastic teachers and hearing different ideas exchanged every one will be great benefited The inspiration and enthusiasm which will be generated there is needed especially in this part of the state The Kentucky Educational association is the on which our whole system is biijlded and it would impotsiblc to enumerate all the benefits which would be derived from attending it Kentucky U at slowly awakening from her slumber too long the cloud illiteracy has dimmed her sun Jjijht too long her banner of has trailed in the dust too long jingle of the riQjF ha jrowned pall of education bu aj last the people of our grand nil common wealth realise that these conditions should not exist and that strenuous means must be employed before Kentucky can rank with the other states in education Some of the train causes of these conditions arc interest of the parents the general scarcity of uptodate teachers and the wretched i ns gf many of the Often when a child has little ot no inclination to attend school his parents will allow him to stay at home or worse still he docs enter school at all Too many teachers begin their work without thorough training seeming to think that a certificate Is all that is pecps for them to have in order to train the youth of our country teach only stir the and cents to be used as a stepping stone something higher and better from financial standpoint Judging from the exterior of many of our their interior be but attractive often they are such conditions of clelapidallon that the pupils are scojched by the summers sun and pinched by the winters cold These are only tew causes of the low rank which Kentucky holds in education and il ever she reaches the front it will be parents put forth every lieu iJilzr J cOol when every teaches who has not a deep abiding interest in the welfare the state and a genuine love fur profession will be cast out when school houses arc built by modern plans better equiped and furnished great many of the most influential men have been too busily gaining the almighty dollar in last few years but npw they are beginning to sec the importance education and to realize that the curriculum of years ago will not fit their boys and girls for life this progressive age Rome was not built in a day neither great undertaking be accomplished in such short time progress is slow espe ctally in such things as this but a better day is surely dawning m the educational era of Old Kentucky and ere many seasons will have taken flight she will be in the front ranks So teachers begirt now by giving the association your support you owe it to tHe schools you are to teach AMY M LONGBST ol livery service including closed carriages call on Harbour Head Chiidrens Day Next Sunday Chiidrens Day will be observed at the Methodist church The cxerdses will begin oclock An interesting program has been prepared consisting of songs and recitations entitled The Good Shepherd The offering will be for the purpose of establishing a Sunday school training course in the Biblical department of University Mr E Tanner of Hopkinsville who bought the business of the Greenville Mercantile Co and has occupied the stand for six months has gone back to Hnpkinsville of the stock that was left He intends returning here in the fall with a full of new goods as he is pleased with his business here and says we have one of the best towns in this section On account of the Kentucky Association at Henderson June 2123 tickets will be on sale June so and 21 and train No 135 June 22 at round trip rote of one fare plus 25c Tickets limited to Jtine 25 for return G W CKAWFOKP Agent i meeting- of Association 2 I should comin foundation educational educational education lackof energetic schoolhouses dollars t anything U effort engaged of i win any hearty Vanderbilt takingwhat hint Educational itt whiles ine schoolhouses tn I r etp otirid alt frst class a wyyr W G Duncan Coal Co Plans ant Improvements at Luzerae The W G Duncan Coal Co has about completed surveys for an out side electric line running around Luzerne hill over which coalwill be hauled from the Jarvis and Red Bird openings of their coal mines The line will be about 8000 feet long anti will be in operation it is planned by September i The coal has been mined practically from the hill where first opni g was made and to handle the out put ot the extensions it is cheaper to build an outside line than to maintain the tunnel A large electric cab locomotive will be used on the line having power for large loads thus more quickly handling the heavy runs and being at the same time safer than the un derground route This is one of the most important mine improve ments launched in the county and while the expense will be heavy it vjl grcgtjy tp value and operation pf this vast enterprise pne of the most important in Ken lucky Mrs A M Terry Hurt By Fall Sun day Mrs A M Tirry as she was entering her home last Sunday fell as she stepped on a slip board ad w rrl no bones were broken she was severely injured by the shock and bruises Her con wa rpp rtptl e much favorable yesterday and It Is confi dcntly hoped that she will soon and relatives and friends arc rendering every aid Her son Prof Frank Allison is expected to arrive from May Mrs Terry Is 83 years old and one of our most beloved women ReJucel Rates for Ayiatki Mt ia Louisville On account of the aviation meet H on Junc i and 19 the C will sell round trip tickets at a rate of one and one third fare on sale June 17 and 18 limited to June 20 for return On Sunday June 19 round trip tickets will bcsoll at one fare good for return on train No 103 same date 2t Two business men were having a recently and among other phases of business the matter of credit was discussed from many points Both agreed that this was one of the worst snags against which merchants are thrust and the demand for favors appears to be on the increase People who are able to pay and do pay when a bill is presented expect these favors as a matter of right and are not sqch a worry but people who aio slow about their accounts arc demanding and appoar to be in suited almost if they are urged to pay up on anything like a prompt basis One of the men incident of how he recently wail asked to send a bill of good to a man who had never spent a cent of the concern but on first call asked for credit He made the order over the telephone ceivcd the goods the same way as the merchant had the nerve and to turn down such a call It is astonishing how a stranger has the gall to ask for credit without explaining the matter at least atd making sonic satisfactory arrange ment for an extension but many of theui do so Any n an in business is glut to show the favor of credit when it will be appreciated and protected by his customer there is too much expense and or ry and often a total loss of the ac count velar the practice to be made general 175 Excursion to Louisville The first lowrate summer excur sion to Louisville will be run from Cairo Paducth and intermediate stations on Tuesday June 21 leav ing Cairo at 8 a n and here at 12 jo p m arriving in Louisville at 5 p in After leuv ing Central City the train wil stop for passengers The special will leave Louisville for return at 4 p m on June 23 giving two full lays Louisville The roundtrip rate be 175 from here and a large crowd will doubtless be aboard 9 2t There will be a mixed and vaudeville show at the house next Thursday night June 17 Mrs D H Kinclicloe of Madison ville director and local talent en gaged The proceeds will be for benefit of the Methodist church tn apply on the Sundayschool room considered thE morning Dillon wore ijlu J llOui yule I jT confidentialchat Just- as relatedan cashwith andre goodsense ofcredit o s 1nI4L 11 ii lni ort all per recover At land s c GreyIt Burden4 t 7 butt t ru Thursday the- ni still Fire ProMptly Handled About 230 Tuesday afternoon the fire whistle called the fire depart ment and about 200 other people to the home of Mrs S M Arnold where a fire from a defective flue would soon destroyed the house In less than five minutes after the alarm was given two streams were to playing on the blaze which was as quickly extinguished There was damage to roof and interior amount being to less th n roo and this was covered by insurance It is quite likely that if the old bucket brigade had been the dependence the home would have been destroyed but our fire system was agaia splendidly de monstrated Cabbage and tomato plants for as sale W F Johnston a lIon A D James Dead Mtthlenbcrg1 lost one of its most prominent citizens when lion A D James died at his home at p3j oclpujt T cSllay night after un illness from a pamulicatlan of troubles that for many weeks confined him to at high room During the past few weeks lip hjis boca many times at Uo point of death but Ills splendid constitution vanned him to rally but his case has been hopeless for some time Dr lames teas a man widely known over the state and even throughout the natiQUi He was often hQ r tl politically by l ih county people being elected to the crfslaturc a member of the constitu tloual convention and representing the Third district in Congress liy up poiutment he was for many yearg y faithfully and cllloicntly discharged his duties II was a leading factor in the development of the county and was largely interested in coal proper ties here as well as in foreign com panies Burial will be at hits liQnj afc r i Vytlityi ftntl Iwly Call on Leslie Hale next to First National Batik for candies books sundries cigars tobacco etc f3 An Old Homestead Mr li A IvhkpatriuU last week pur chased the old Weir homestead at the head of Main street the deal being closed by Mr Miller Weir of Ills lhis is one of the most beautiful homesteads in this section and with its dozen acres of lawn vir gin forest and varied landscape is pos sible of the greatest improvement This property t been in the Weir faintly for almost a century without a transfer and is the oldest site in town that has been thus held Tile house was built about 18 U and was one of the first brick residences built in town Mr Kirkputrick inaUo alterations improvements and occupy it as his home The consideration is not giver but the place has been held at SGOOO which is considered low There have been many bidders and Mr Ivirkpat rick is fortunate in securing it Only recently would Mrs Harriet Weir give her constant Q sale und the dual was rjuipklv closed Orders for cut flowers will receive the prompt attention of Miss Lena Mrs Jem le E Ktiark able to be up after a hit ge of rheumatism ot two wgekg1 duration The Loaid of trustees of High School is stil considering some of the applications but wll soon Q the faculty for nex Is it conking coal you want Call 232 2 and have it delivered at 150 per lad A three months old son of James Edrles colored diet here Tuesday night alter a short illness yestenlay afternoon in Fair tnount cemetery u Mrs Kmcl c o r assisted by local talent will give a varied entertain irc t at the open housenext Thurs day night prt ceds for the Sundayschool room Every one should attend Mrs E E Reno has been on a visit fa few days to her old home attractive young woman at d the jyioni is n p o i tent law er ccunty attorney u Webster After a bridal s tour the couple will make their home in Dixon J Hon It V Thomas was nominated for a second term in Congress the Democrats of the Third district meet ing Tuesday in Morgantown and naming him by acclamation No other candidate offered as Mr Thomas has made a straight clean record anti his party was glad to thus honor him lie will make an active canvass and will make it a hard proposition to the Re publican who attempts to supplant him Greatest labor saver ever invented can be seen at Roarks in S I I nhoh and will l4 at up ud Seta 11 will is COlD pie year S andwas b lrittt theIatII I I I I I y lit 1 narohal Nt alwaysIt Jacksonville anti Greenville Methodist c i the for pc ed uf ed of Tfce Fereigi Stopper The affliction of the foreign shop per is one that is growing here and is reaching dimensions that are threatening People in all stations of life are buying goods by personal visits or by mail orders to larger towns This is done at a loss local tradesmen and also at a loss to the buyer who in almost every case gives a price that could duplicated if not lowered by merchants in various lines In most cases these purchases are made from catalogue description not anything like as accurate or as well can be had from cata logues in hands of our merchants and any of whom are prepared noel are glad to special order such items they do not have in stock and at very low per cent above factory cost Of course even the largest dealers cannot have in stocks all items wanted by our people but they have Qluse connections with the makers and are in position to give quick and efficient service and saving prices It helps our local markets to brpaden when such are placed here noel utaKes A better town all around noel money spent at home keeps houses encourages new buildings gives employment to clerks supj limos money for merchants to assist local enterprises tad helps even to unknown P ople who ha Q real interest nt the town l CQUHty H heart should speed every cent at home wherever possible and thus make a lively prosperou community Protracted Rsvivai Ctescs The scrjes of services two and a half weeks has bem progress at the Baptist church closed with a sermon by the pastor and baptismal service last tight Dr Thompson of Hopi iisville who was here until Tuesday made very favorabc imprcsion on our and is a sty nj man pulpit There were ten professed conversions during the meeting Nine candidates baptised last night an 1 six others were ncitveil as member Since Wm J Mahuney accepted the pistorate on January i there have been thirty nine additions to the church which shows effective service f for Gods Sake Do Something We have answered this cry in new book Fighting the Traffic in Young Girls by Earnest A Bell U District Attorney Sims and others The most sensational indictment uf the White Slave Trade ever publish It tells how thousands of young girls are lured from their homes and sold into a life of shame The Cincinnati Inquirer says Of alt the books of the season the War on the White Slave Trade is the most helpful it should be read by every man woman noel child Agents are making from 8 to 17 a day selling this bunk Ovrr 500 pages Many pictures Price 150 Best terms to agents Outfit free Send 15c for forwarding charges Book sent to any address post paid upon receipt of price Address James E Sharkey Secy No 123 Plymouth Chicago 2 41 Commissioners Sale Muklenbcrg Circuit Court Kentucky W D Stnjdcr committee for LntictUi riill lips mr TH Luncttu Phillip Dcll EQUIlY- By virtue uf ii Judgement and Order of Stle the Mublcnberg Circuit Court r tutored at the April term thereof 1010 In the above value fur the sung of maintenance of Liiueuii Ilu llps with luterrst at the rale of 0 per teat jter annum from the 27th day of June lUlU until paid nod JlWl70 costs herein 1 stoic prose l to utter for wile at the Court House dour in Green vllle Ky to tin highest bidder at Public Atic tlon on Monday tie 27th day of June 191 ut oclock p m or thereabouts being County Court dry upuii u credit of MX months the roil and mining privileges of the outhalf un dlrld d Interest of the following tracts or InndK 1st tract beginning at a rock near the mouth the lane a white oak and sweet gum murk as pointers running thence 152 E KM ples to iv rock a mulberry marked as pointer thence S E 47 poles to It rock near tilt Briar creek two Iron woods Kweutgtun in t elm marked as p Inters ttuMice N 16 W 214 pores to a rock ou the old Hut thence S 43 W 43 poles to the beginning containing 55 acre more or Irss Hurcelgum running to two poplars thuief S F8 E 117 pole to a walnut n h and dugwoud In Jliihcil Philips line N 40 N 1U7 a white oak Mtetieil Pull ins and Ueiijuuiin- Jagocti comer thence s X X iJ poles to u ruck thence X OS niles to the beginning cou taiuing 51 acres but there Is to be xiopteil inns said tract of loud 10 acres thereof on the south side of Briar tICk to Wlntleld Phil lips and liiitnded as follows Beginning at a rock thencf 52 poles S 45 mulberry N C3 47 to a rock ou the bunk of Briar creek thence with said creel to the beginning ten acres or less Or sufiicieut thereof to produce sums of money no ordered to be made For the ase price the purchaser with approved secur Icy or seinirltlot must execute bond bearing legal Interest from the dry of sale until paid and having the fume and effect of u Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms Jas W Oates M C IlJ t2 iJ i t w c b tour 4 illustratedas t I orders occupied was art rev tRV I to1 t n U Court I r tun k t trait IJ gluning at n pub to to E II tOIL the I 1C I 11 r x Per Ply rHr 4 ate Ar its that In thc were hers our annually a l gal ctid o pules them c r c sold popes pun h Mw 4 Tn- t ROARK Fximiture Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Slippers Grave Vaults ROARK c A I 0 SO J 1J i c t W lp per J t f f 1 Wrapper sin et ion GO FEAH OF BEEF TRUSTS Gotten Words of Wisdom tu Jack to the Farm Slogan Mere I the view of u Yerinontor signs himself A Farmer From Town In a recent lottor to a New York jwper- Ve In t ln hills witched with rent Interest widely varying com ments on high iln s nutl means for restoring less eortly living Ilaik to the farm Ix the only Inn will Indrre Iniior to go bark food The farming ponnhifloti n fairly large proportion lets simply anscrtcd Its right to choose whore to Work fur n living If labor prefers to build automobiles or to man hUrl ladles hands or even as we see it to make cheap wrappers in n Nov factory tows rather than work Oil a farm what Is th be done The only way to make those one time formers go buck to work on tho land Is to inn It pay and that would mean higher prices than are now pahl the farmer At present 7 cents per pound dressed Is time best the tanners of this region receive f r beet 3 cents per quart for milk richer in fat than that Is sold in cities and vegeta blew fur mWrly nothing back from the railroads Hut already the ultimate consumer pays more than lie wishes The remedy is back to time form with the ultimate consumer himself Jf he wilt forego fashionable doilies champagne sod duck be content with the best beet mutton and chickens milk cream cheese stud hut ter that any market TunIs the city rebel could with no more thrum a few thuuRand Invested in Istd and Siitw a year live lie a lord In lovely stir roundings mal spend some hate hi town as well If like us he chops nail hauls some of Ills own wixxl plows his own scud and cares for his own garden j2fit0 to Invest and SJUO n year would she freedom nail good living hard fur well to do folks to Hud In town On the farm we have no fear of beef trusts nor of Illness When six months Idleness follows a sickness we hove n years fuel ready some critters to fell n cellar full of vegetables and an unfailing supply of rivh sulk from which we make our butler and cheese To Build Urns Sprcadsr Very useful as a farming adjunct Is a distributer for spreading lime ashes on land A machine quilt for tnls purpose by a New York farmer Is thus described The axle of un old mowing machine Is first cut In two and made as lung as time machine Is to be Five are then shrunk on to the axle equal distances apart In such a man to hold the four feed bars about one inch from the axle One by three eighths Inch Iron feed bars mire then fastened to the collars with tap bolts stud the heads cut oil and riveted mak Jug n cylinder which nets as a force feed when revolving with the wheels Time same wheels and ratchets are used that were on time old wowing ma chine so It can be put in and out of gear The sides of the hopper nre con strutted of one and onequarter inch lumber and the ends arc made of two Inch hard wood with iron plates screwed on where the axle passes through to prevent wearing The in side of the hopper Is made onehalf inch longer than the force feed cyl inder w It will work easily The ends and sides of hopper are made separately mull put together on the machine The whole bottom o the machine Is then covered with henry galvanized Iron with u 1 by 2 Inch 00 Ancnt who the n remedy tIt a It i i It m j i I uterus 1 have the lint sruduchsg I t Ill land most fill vasbtrk a r H orbs collars hole every six Inches and over this R false bottom Is placed so It will slide toward either end to regulate the feed This false bottom Is held In place with three strips made of hoop iron fas toned to the sides of the hopper and worked with n lever at the back The force feed must work very closely to the holes In the galvanized iron to prevent clogging The polo Is bolted to a 4 by I Inch stick as long as the hopper This stick Is fastened eight n ecu lushes In front of hopper by bolt lug It solidly to the two draft made of 2 by half Inch Iron at each mid through which the axle passes and two heavy braces which hold tlie hopper in position New Variety of Fruit Time pccott is the name given to n variety of fruit thnt seems to have originated In the Yakimn valley near North Vuklmn Wash Two men knowing of the other reached the same results flit fruit Is n cross Le tweeu the peach tumid the apricot It Is not so large w the pencil hut Is earlier thnu either the poach or cot It he valuable us an onrjy fruit because It coiuuii iuto bearing ripens suon sifter strawberries nre in the market It IK earlier than the It has a licnutlful yellow color with a bright red check making it an at tractive fruit when nicely boxed and ready for due market x rntE DrSTctntTca I j to a 4 s I 1 J j iIt u S2 t j v r4 t V x 4 iron i ii i I new ther f i air sill and flavorSS l y rt r A yI- b PtF arnr S r t ti e SJjgsstion For Transform Rear c UomcG THE LESSON CF ONE WOMAN How Yard In Oack of the House of Mrs Donrison In Scranton Pa Utilized During All the Seasons of the Year Thorp Is n study In contrasts In hack yards and It demonstrates what may be accomplished by the expendi tune of souse effort and a little stall in floriculture Anybody with n back yard no matter how lllputlnn In size or how stop may have a pretty little lower or vegetable garden In many large towns nUll cities there has bug been a successful movement for the beautifying of that traditional eye sore the buck yard where must people appear to think sill kinds of rubbish crud debris should be piled up and displayed In n conspicuous manner Viewers scud vegetables In the keep the young folks and the older ones too out of mischief and a housewife vlio has to care for n few plants has not much time for gossip lag and conferring with gossipy neigh lions over time rear fence Aside from haying tills highly beiioflcial effect n yard full of nice things is mutest lp structive It tikes people back to the soil and gives then something more to think about tlwi the ordinary work aday matters of proetife lfo As q rule those Interested In laud culture nut only take their work seriously but thud in it OUt of the greatest pleasures of life During an investigation of towns and cities for time betterment of back yards one that was a pleasure to time eye and a credit to the city of Scranton Ia was the rear yard of Mrs R E Dennison There Is quite n plot of ground in the rear of her house which was a sight to make time spirit rise up dud rebel when she first saw IL There were old tin cans and boots find weeds sprouted in much contusion nut she soon changed all this IHirchaslng some seed she foil to aniHn a very short time that unsightly back yard blossomed like the prover bial rose garden Now she has ever so many kinds of plants She has made U n practice In the morning be tore attending to her household duties to tate hold of hoe and spade and to BACK YARO BfiUTYI Is backyards A WELL AniUNGlfD DACK YAHD American City Magazine New York work in tier garden The rest of the family lend their assistance also She has a procession of flowers Before the snow leaves the ground In the late winter the snowdrops appear in the beds then when March winds blow and bluster pretty crocuses prep out followed by jonquils and bleeding hearts then as summer rolls round hoi garden Is a mass of beautiful flowers and a variety of vegetables Now this little sermon Is preached to ruralltes not to toll them of the pretty yard of this Industrious woman but only to demonstrate just what can be done with that small space In the rear of their homes So let those that are not affected with hookworm and lu the improvement of their towns band together to see that the small piece of ground back of their houses Is tilled and made beautiful ant useful Helpful Hints For PlaycrcantJs- The universal Impulse to play Is a divinely ordered thing God gives the Instinct man ought to provide time playground Man plays only where he Is a man being in the fullest sense of the word and he has reached full hu raauity only when he plays It would be dlflicult to find any point at which In our large cities a dollar will go further In time making of those things for which time city ex ists than in the provision mad maiute of playgrounds In these playgrounds and In their work lip the beginning of social re demption of the people In large cities They furnish time spectacle of n city saving Itself of the people of a great city finding nature and God by finding their neighbors nnd themselves Here lies the function of the play ground It gives time Individual the opportunity for mastery of his body tinder conditions of increasing dlfllcul tics In Its varied physical activities It also gives the opportunity for the social experiences of democracy of tell and grump government It Is the school for physical and social sell discovery and self direction There Is another point of view which maintains that no matter how great the cost the value of the boy Is inestimably beyond It This point of view Is suggested by thai Master of practical life who later full well the value of 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