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The Record: n. Thursday, June 16, 1910. The Record. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Champ & Bro., Greenville, KY : 1910 rec1910061601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Record: n. Thursday, June 16, 1910. The Record. Champ & Bro., Greenville, KY : 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognition (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has been done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Libraries Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. E ibl r I Record AdvertLirtg Costs Nothillhg It pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates fKXI XiXIXIXlX XI I- JI te 4 it o We Buy FURSHides and Wool I WE BUY WOOL 1 1 1 BeinlDalcn i wceaado better for you lisa agents or cocniswca mcrehicls Rtltrectt any bank in Looisrille We furnish snippers Write br price list UM LoaisTflle Kr I g HIDESANDVURS toga L SAIEL SONS ri Steel Web Picket Fence Cheaper Than Wood OLDS OUt H9 I t The lowest priced good catalog of lawn field hog and poultry fencing DEKALB FENCE CO DeKalb Ill Kansas City Mo Greenville Hardware co AND CURS THE 5 JJ r I I garden I KILlTHE COUCH LUNGS I I are GROCERY WITH Dr New FOR c PBZCE Trial FreeBaltic l AND ALL THROAT Arm LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACZOBT2 OR mONEY REFUNDED q JDti 1 n lf lu1D- i lad TL I le 111 Ylnl fI loII IIIC j C 5aIltt J menti 1 1ntnrtltA7Intc tty pd crnatnt P m Thk ton As7oclcanphotaZr y tkK St loth 3 LHT lciA n IM TV f V0 I Si no a i far Sdiup ti Pull 111 a frLeA ul trldl the If r 1 t Co- G n Mt CAN IC na ine eeryIl c olurienceandl otto ue t 4e Sllntde pre tdfIIofpktures Saa name tie St ttea tins I White Sewing Machines in j rotary nnd vibrator needles shuttles etc in stock for nil I machines ROARKS STORE ff t1 t i Irt County is rich in coal iron timber potters etc and the most inviting field in tucky for ofcapital and pluck Muhle erg Ken il TWJCiJlIXJ fIIJIIIIXIJCIJCIXIX XJJCIXIX J r f t w r I clays r investment VOL XII NO 18 GREENVILLE KY TIIURSDAY JUNE 16 1910 50c PER YEAR IN ADVANC E jW N Pinkeye Caltarrhal conjunctivitis known as pinkeye is an acute infection starting in one eye and almost invariably spreading to the otherIt be the accompaniment of a socalled cold or an attack of the grippe or the eye may be direct ly infected from dust or from a towel or hankerchief The infection is very easily passcd from one to another and in seasons when it is epidemic too great care cannot be exercised to limit its course seeing that each person has his own individual towels and other household linen The first symptoms of pinkeye are the same as those of a foreign body in the eye The sufferer will be certain that a grain of dust has blown into the eye There will be the same sensitive spot the intoler ance of light and the constant flow of tears and it is well at this stage to make sure by everting the lids and by careful examination there is no foreign body there When this fact has been ascertain treatment for the conjunctivitis should be at once started The sooner this is done and the more faithfully it is carried out the short er and milder will the attack be like ly to prove The treatment of pinkeye to three important results the eyes must be kept clean they must be kept cool and they must receive injections that will destroy the germs that are causing the trouble All harsh measures must be avoided as they only tend to turn a simple disorder into a serious one A physician should be sent for at once as it is needless to say that the home diagnosis has no place in disorders of the eye Until his arrival however one or two simple rules may be observed first is do not rush to hot and therefore more inflamation No harm can possibly result from giving the eye a bath eyecup filled with a mild solu tion of boric acid This will serve at cleanse and cool and to wash out any irritating substance that may have lodged in the eye If the smarting and redness still continue and hot water begins to run from the eyes it is as well to lie down and keep small pads of absorb ent cotton soaked in cold water on each eye nd for the arrival of the physician In any trouble with the eyes one or two simple rules should always be adhered to Do not use handker chiefs Absorbent cotton used in wads that can be thrown away each time is best Also never use same wad for both eyes or the same wad twice or the same eye cup bath twice Start afresh with cotton and solution every time in order that the infection may not spread A most commendable movement in the anthracite region of north eastern Pennsylvania is the intro duction of mine schools In former days the English speaking and Teu tonic races skilled in mining pre dominated in this district but work is done by a class of Europeans whose traditions and experience have nothing to do with mines Several of the mining companies have estab lished schools for the benefit of these employees one of the first of which was that established by the delphia Reading Coal and Iron Company Here in attendance are the apprentices and journey t the shops and the milt rorkeJS The course which I j has specaaf refcrehce to the particu class m which the eni n4are jengagetf j j A misplaced head in a Kansas put several people in an em barrassiug position Headline Got His at Last should have gone over a patent medicine advertisement but it used by mistake over the story jot a wedding Salina Journal The saints will never copvert nert outside as long as they tcip sioners jnside r n I n a i bj co II 1 1 o 1 A fedf 1 is t he of will only least to t i t i i 7 c I toda 4 und en nploYtd in and 1 t ar V ark o I II o j n i wan J cJ f j If l ttA f t 4- J popularly N R w eI directed 1 t tufa3erfor glief tlflhc as wont pinhc e the result bore congestion r i- an C A wait th 4 R Phil Sr Ir s inclu mathematics2 ori eestoYrp paper i d Si Y cot a a N 1r n y rwrw Nry e n a g Aviation Downs Louisville Saturday and Sunday June 18 wild 19 The people of Kentucky at last arc to have an opportunity to see aeroplanes in flight with real bird men soaring high in air and difficult and interesting evolu tions with no other sustaining power than the planes and motors The Louisville Times has 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 some of the worlds most noted aviators will be seen with their won derail aircraft Most prominent among these will be Glenn H CUI tiss whose both here and abroad have stamped him as a pccrlcs bird man Such others as Charles F Willard Chas K Hamilton Horace F Wild Hud Mars and C K Dates also be in the contests for the of the air The comparatively recent ad ancement in the science of has been such as to startle the entire world and the daily accounts of broken records show that there are still great possibilities for un heard of adventures by the sky pilots That records may be 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 for the reason that fortunate dates have been 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 ma chinesIt expected that low rates will be secured on all railroads leading into Louisville for these two days and it is expected that rccordbreak race where heretofore the Kentucky thoroughbred has held undisputed sway Feeding Farm Hands Every farmers wife knows what tre mendous appetites farm hands usually have but while they cat well they work well too Heres a good suggestion about teed Ing farm hands Give them plenty of Quaker Oats A big dish of Quaker Oats porridge with sugar and cream or milk Is the greatest break fast In the world for a man who needs vigor and strength for a long days work The man that eats Quaker Oats plentifully and often Is the man who does good work without excessive fa tigue There Is a sustaining quality In Quaker Oats not found In other foods and for economy It is at the head of the list Besides the regular and without china S E ral 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 quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the ben ehts received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to head quarters Nashville Tennessee for information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If you are at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Louisiana and the southern portion or Indiana and Co Incorporated a 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 best attention j Old papers for sale at this office tt executing announced daringachievements supremacy aviation broken andagain unusually secured ng course packede tt not MissIssippi Buildup haven J p4 l1 v fft tfy lrieet Churc ill raivds irill Ilnclrto thc lilloci J on IllinoisCv Et eeeaeeoo oe S S r i BUSINESS LOCALS Give your job printing orders to TilE RECORD For firstclass livery service in including closed carriages call on Barbour Head Get a set of pneumatic rubber tops for your typewriter keys Greatest aid to operation of any machine Roark has theta and you are asked to call fur a look Wallpaper prices at Roarks are lower than anywhere and the arc very complete now Miss Lena Arnold would the favor of your laundry work and she represents the best plant in this territory selections appreciate Bear in mind that Roark has splendid selections of I wallpaper in stock ready for deliv cry and sample books of the finest papers made which can be procured on short notice after selection Little V hfir painting delay costs you money sun tarn snow and are getting in work Lumber cotts much to decay for wict of a little pcnt It cow lsto use good than to go with out it outing but good nuiiit on out work CARTER Strictly Pure WHITE LEAD and the most expensive colors The kind of paint we use never racks 01 scales only yeArS wear will remote it Let u you when ready to paint We a Eittclass and durable job prices reasonable Dont put it off J H HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 The Registered POLANDCHINA BOAR NOXAL WONDER n A Good Paint in Tine Sves 701lf Luitdngs n Ccy 5 frost t VU o too- ld Purcefiratcdu0il urc Tu flag nO 2450 sire Perfect Wonder dim QUEEN QUALITY- r a fine individual from a perfect strain of prize winners is now in service at 100 in hand only The patronage of the public is solicited J E Very Serious It a very serious matter to ask for one medicine std nave the wrong one given you Fcr this reason we you in buying to bo careful to get the genuine BLACK DRAUGH liver Medicine The reputation of thin old rclia hie medicine constipation in digestion and liver trouble is firm other medicines It better Watt others or it would not be the fa vorite liver with n larger sale than all others combined SOLD IN TOV7N F2 cash COO lllS ly It does not Imitate Is 1i JU j r 5 J urge REVOLVING Mgt RcaD G Ir WRItt i0R PRIG Itt t N a f OE ftALB ILL KANSAS C1 tIC W atorb DR J W BARLOW Crown and Bridge Work done at reasonable prices OOlce up stairs In the Jones Building Ky DR T J SLAT0N r liyi lclnn and Surgeon OlUce Mnlncrosa street near Muiustreet cur HOWARD WADE II GRAY HOWARD GRAY LAWYERSOffice In Green Bulldlnf opposite LaMcade Hotel DR LOUELLA HELTSLEY OSTEOPATH Office at Home East Maincross Street Telephone No 7S Z O KING Notary Public and Li censed Auctioneer CENTRAL CITY KY Sales Hide Anywtere io County Terms Reasonable Box 93 hone Louisville and Chicago NEST LINK TO California and the Vast Hojrthwcsf Two trains daily and West Baden Springs cniQAao Dinin and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E H BACON D P A N Cor 4th nnd Market Sts LOUISVILLE KY Roarks furniture polish is some what butter than the rest and is sold considerably cheaper and with thr broadest guarantee money back if not better than any you ever used r t to tako Cardiil for your fcmalo I trouble because we sure it will help you Remember that K this great emals remedy js i DENTIST I 8 M Route nTWBEN S cmt W We Ask You re Ore ur111e l6 1 i e french Lick ii tIC1N TACIdS 1i1 1LioitaNJti N L cn 41 lias brought relief to thousands j you For headache bent medicine to take it I ft sold ill This City K 6O YEARS EXPERIENCE A THADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS c pn lnj a Btotrh description may usKorum n nil ic patoituWx Comniunlcv tloni strict IT roniiiiPiitbiL on Inteuta true Ol lo t opener for noon riri patent taken Jlum Co rccclra Inreest culntlon of liny P iUUo Journal Terms a rear four il nctrsilwilcr Dranotj omco 05 V Bt Wwbluaton offr women so why not b petlodical weak ues y said it e i T L T l1 u n w permit 1oUhout A Ill O t viher ick t guns female iua have is ilia Try r 1 quickly our e taint t notice chnrco totLo 1 err mont s 6v t Vya i o 361Ercadwaj o York Feathers Talloxr Beeswax Ginseng Golden S enlYdIow Root Apple Wild Ginccr etc We rue dealers nubCthed in 856 Orct Wf cetUury in JouiiriDe and can do better for you than or eccaauaon taercbub Reference Dank In Louuv2Ia Writs let wary price lIt and shipping Us Sabel Sons 229 E Market SI lOUISVILLE KY May a agent nor fII I I V FOR COUGHS THE WONDER WORKERI FOR THROATI Ql DR KINGS AND LUNGS I f 1 t tirv FOR COUGHS AND COLDS PREVENTS PNEUMONIA I had the most debilitating cough a mortal was ever afflicted with and my friends expected that when I left my bed it would surely be for my grave Our doctor pronounced my case Incurable but thanks be to God four bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery cured me so completely that I am all sound and well MRS EVA UNCAPHER Grovertown Ind IIEW DISCOVERY 1 jI y r S I I t L w m Price 50c and 100 KING OF CURES ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED Trial Bottle Fret SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY All Druggists I j III oJ1 Jt l tf- USED I CORTRiGHT METAL I r I SHiNGT sWHEN Cortright Metal Shingles were first introduced 24 years ago you hail sonic excuse for being sceptical But stow If you arc sceptical it can cny Lc Lccaucc you do not know the facts in the case today from the Atlantis to Uc for all kinds of buildings conditions They arc fireproof never leak and last as long as the building itself without needing repairs For detailed information apply to 0 M 0 Greenville Ky PaleFaced Women You ladies who have pale faces sallow complexions The tonic you need is Cardui the womans tonic It is the best tonic for women because its ingredients are specifically adapted for womens needs They act on the womanly organs and help to give needed and wornout womanly Cardui is a vegetable 110 inn erals no iron no potassium no lime no glycerin no dan K gercus or habitforming drugs of any kind It is perfectly harmless and safe for young and old to uce They are used r die D IX ftR a iil c bI too dark circles under eyes drawn features and tired wor if expressions you need a tonic h s I j 1 q4t s A 1 xal HT e I r w rout framerl ri J ice t3 C R DUIA r lt ionic After my doctor had done all he said he could for Mrs Wm Hilliard of Ark I tookCar Before taking Cardui I had suffered from female troubles for five years but since taking it I am in good health I think there is some of the best advice in your that I ever saw Your druggist sells Cardui Try it Writs to Ccp Medicine Tcnrufor Saxial LKtfKctov and CpI bac name Trcatacnt for Women I The Omn3 me writes dui ort the advice of a friend md U helped me so much li tIItdi s bee t 7 f r 5 boobY Advise C s t= FOR COLDS TL N fie r 4 H gc Jr1910 j r err r 3farkJ4arJ3ook is ready to mail It will be sent to any person interested on receipt of 7 cents to cover The Stark Year hook represents an entirely new idea in is a art as well as a in ky s fruits and flowers 175 done four colors and exactly reproducing nature 84 are to descriptions prices and records Stark Delicious the apple orchard planting and established a new standard of apple selling at 10CO bushel year Stark King of California of the very m the horticultural world are fully described illustrated and priced To one one tree or fruits or ornamental this book is cf inestimable horticultural guide to selection Stark trees have stood the supreme test of planting for So are the yardstick which all other nursery are are the first choice ci country most successful The success of the orchard is dependent on the of tree planted Stark varieties are the best of the best Our of 85 years of successful a positive guarantee of tree quality Before you decide to buy send 7 cents for the Stark Year Book do it tsday before the edition is exhausted Stark Bros Nurseries and Orchards Co Louisiana Missouri Subscribe for Ire Record Only 50c catalogue of Stark ts Within its covers are 32 illustrations of i representing in t1C3 J David mother wondrous quality md merit Stark King a s l t lvaluea textbooka fsf I Jir r i7 i 01 y 1 t JJ V I t i varieties Piti Y b products s 5 T sn Rw YV r M eis I II i f THE EtR a 44 Au llfCOI PRESS ax 1 tle1ertdcltt Nc M sjnperrUt- rL1AlltDTUUfDX UT OWEN KICK JnMJdent OCIEX L fecerctiry non ORIKX L ROAIIK KDITOK TdcpZsac No 72 QCUoo In now annex rear of ti rr ground floor 50 CENTS Pfd IS TERMS The the lile in ad vane and when the expired to vrhtuU it U paid the paper Htoppcd Cards of thanks obituary notices etc if not longer than ten Hues wtll be frt A charge of 60 per lino will be made for MtivuvtMl op lines variation of thin rule to UUJOP Tree sample copies will be rolled Ad variUcEirntA ill li ni urtod A rate card vlllbofurnUbrd on rev t AdJrcss all oommilIfAtlnns nut iiiil ill re mltUncea payable ta PUKSS Qvriiviil Ky THURSDAY JUNE 16 1219 Catered at the GrwBYllla Ky poMoClce as ccondclana matter ruonK around little old New York town arc likely to get next Saturday the Fault of July TUB only Theodore Roosevelt will arrive in New York next Satur day and will still be making a noise like a great WHEN the United States tal savings banks it will have nearly as many public conveniences as the Philippine islands BATH tub manufacturers have formed a trust but this information is not likely to cause any great alarm among many people SANTA CLAKA Cat noticed four earthquakes in three minutes Is Santa Clara sure that it was not the same earthquake falling downstairs Vrrii the growing ranks of race suicide married folks and the in crease in jiy riders our population at the next census is likely to show a decrease THAT eastern man who commit ted suicide with a safety razor must leave been animated by an ambition to show the world that the thing could be done HAWAII is to be congratulated The Lfnitcd States is about to postal savings banks to it after having deprived it of that ever since its annexation PRESIDENT Dive is charged with having killed of his subjects since he assumed the reins of office in Mexico If that io true he worse than an automobile scorcher AuTOMomii5TS n Chicago appear to have declared war on the human race as six persons were killed therein one day last week and as more seriously irjurcd some of them maimed for life TARING it by and large 5u and out backward and forward and there and back dramatic criticism is not severe enough But shooting self in a theater is carrying criticism too far as was done Omaha man last week CHICAGO built almost i 100 houses lastmonth at a cost of about 12 000000 Seattle built almost 1500 hut the outlay was less than 2000 000 New York spent 15000000 on less than Gco houses Really this country is growing AiR says a i oi ght u absolutely q cni ul living Has yiere any increase In the cost oUhat u Well yes Breathiug it n the altitudes attained by aviators has been found to be pretty expense TilE older persons in the congre gatibn may remember that the year 1816 was the year without a sum mer No comet was vlsiblein 1816 but it is recorded that there were spots on the sun large enough to be seen to put it delicately with the undraped orb of vision All sun spots therefore should be regard ed with suspicion as having some thing to do with the vagaries of the weather this season To know what is causing ones is something gained even if nothing can be done to alleviate the misery Amid all these chaotic weather conditions however there is one rock bottomed fact to which the soul can cling The year 1910 cannot be another year without a summer We haft a summer in March c P 1 J I YtA ut paper is n OIfI T on usedq pos a I It t I i i 1 A 4 restore convenience oooo i man i I I i 1 banQ f t U 1C1 1 gag j s ive U l 2 I J miser J If II U Q J 1 r to f tI 0 7to t li J t i rJt rII 1 A r w nstaLaLong 11 Afi AMt pay elmo Pt w d s with man gets r 1 t i J ones a f n tclnpari3r ris t e that been r e A t 4 a y r t i a Y rnf I- 1eJ q 4 I or of The M tor Vehicle Law went rto cr ict Tuesday and uukss the fees required l y law are tin lays thereafter a penulty of 50 may be imposed Section 2 says Every owner of u motor vehicle which shall be driven in this State shall within ten days after he becomes the owner of such vehicle file in the oVice of the Secretary of State an application properly sworn to selling fonh his name and address with a brief des cription of the vehicle to be register cd including the name of the maker factory number style of vehicle and motor power stated in figures horse power on a blank to be pro pared and furnished by such Secre tart of Suite fir that purpose and shall to the said Secretary of State a registration fee of all motor vehicles of a less than 25 horse power and 10 on all motor vehicles of a power equal to or greater than 25 horse power and 20 on all motor vehicles of a power equal to or greater than 50 power per annum for each motor vehicle owned the person making such application The section father states that upon filing such application the of State his duly authorized agent shall assign to such motor vehicle a number and shall issue to the owner a certificate of registration in the form of a card which may be carried in the pocket The Secre tart of State shall also issue to the owner of such motor vehicles a heal aluminum or other suitable metal having thereon the words Motor Vehicle No Ky thereafter at all times to be affixed to the motor vehicle to which such number has been assigned Section 3 The owner of each motor vehicle shall have a number corresponding with the number of the certificate of registration and registration seal conspicuously played upon the front and back of every such vehicle such numbers to be scpcrate Arabic numerals Section 4 Every motor vehicle shall carry during the period from sunset to one hour before sunrise at least two lighted lamps showing white lights visible at least zoo feet in the direction towards which each and shall also enhalflt light visible in the reverse direction attatched to the rear of such motor vehicle Etc Section Says that the sections shall not apply to any motor vehicle owned by of this State provided the owner thereof has complied with the law regarding such matters in his own State Section 8 Every motor vehicle while 01 a public hiyhway shall be provided with good brakes with a suitable bell horn or other signal device Other sections relate to the speed of vehicles S to 30 miles according to density of population Any person willfully violating the law shall upon conviction be fined not less than 20 nor more than so All collected by the Secretary of State under the Act shall be con vetted by him into the State Treas ury for benefit of the State Road Eund and to be applied apart as an addition to the fund Womans Christian Temp crane Union Greenville KA Thursday June ltK 930 a m AUfl T J Slaton 10a ml Afflctress of welcome pn behalf ofj c Mrs Joe Morgan OB feehVf of town Mrs R O Pace County schools Mro Kirk patrick On behalf of Local union Mrs Joe Chatham Music Responses Mra J J Melvin Mrx Rcchel McNeil 1045 Roll call Tcmperancs warnings in cooking ccting working dressing wor tying idleing etc etc Music a m The Rumsellers Diamond Carmen Belcher Address The Nations Going Dry Mrs Pritchard Madisonville 1040 a m Vocal Kate Walk cr Miss Fern Ragadalc Evangelistic Horn Mrs C W Taylor AFTERNOON p m Devotional experiences Mrs J P Tuck 2 p m Prohibition Dees Prohibit Mrs Jennie Roark 215 p m Song By children Recitation Theres No Saloon Up There Leah Carr Bittman m The Man with the Ballot Mrs Geo Eaves 245 p m Male quartette 250p m The Cigarette Kabit Mrs Pritchard 320 p m Forward Movement Discussion j 4c ri t lion of officers in f c j I l II tnt Vchicle Law U paid pa b distinct U RegIstered Its vehicle Is proceeding foregoing nonresidents muse andalso andset Program of the Annual Convention c 1030 S I I ductMrs 130 230 p pm s eke l1 JV t hh rOf ith jon hoc Srcrt Cry red S- Pecs the Seventh t3 DIv tipna l t tt eneral new i I Pijwdcrly Mrs Ethel Mcntr is visiting hcj patents at Central City this week Mr and Mrs Kyle from near Sharon spent with Mr M E Oldham Mrs Leona Hunt and children from McMenry arc spending a few weeks ith relatives here Misses Myrtle Long Jane Turns and Dunnic Long from the guests ot relatives Mire this week Mr Procter Lewis and wife re turned front Helton Monday where they had been visiting the formats parents Mr John Day one of the early settlers of this section spent Satur day night at the home of Mr J T Oldham Mr and Mrs Richardson arc now at home at the Richardson place they arc a welcome addition to our little village Misses Ruth and May Dean and their visitor Miss Maggie Jonsnn of Greenville were the guest of Mrs J N CIcmmons Saturday Mr Harvey Sparks and family accompained by Mr Major Moore and wife left Sunday for Webster county where they will spend the week with relatives Mrs Maude Sparks left for her old home near Lexington Thursday She will spend the summer there trying to regain her health was been greatly impaired for sever al months Friendship Quite a crowd here Saturday night Mr Philip Smith of Hopkinsvillc was in our midst Saturday and Sun day It is being noratcd that we ere likely to have a new school building erected Mr Charlie horn and were visiting relatives in this vicini ty Sunday Mr 11 L Hope and family of Greenville attended Sabbath school here last Sunday Mr and Mrs Will Eades were visitinc their nard Moore Sunday M Misses lieulah and Linuie Clark were visiting their uncle Mr Cook Lovell Saturday and Sunday 175 Excursion to Louisville The first lowrate summer cxcun sion to Louisville will be run from Cairo Paducah and intermediate stations on Tuesday June ai leav ing Cairo at S a m and pasting here at 12 40 p m arriving in Louisville at 5 20 After leav ing Central City the train will not stop for passengers The special will leave Louisville for return at 4 p m on Thursday June 23 thus giving two full days in Louisvil The roundtrip rate will be from here and a large doubtless be aboard oat Commissioners Sale Malileaberg Court Kcnlucfcf W D StraavOfuuilttce for Lunetta Pftil lil W R vs LuncUa Phllllpa Uefffc Uv X ite of a JmlKcmcnt mid Sale U Jtnljlcnbrp Circuit Court rendered atUW Aj rll term thereof 1010 lit above cntisc Hie HUD of innlntciiiuicc of Lnnottn Phil interest at uf 6 per tent per uniiiur from the 27th tf June 1010 until IHX 1 nUll 10070 lre1n I hall proceettto burr fur attar at the House door In CSivei i vlile to the KVheat at Public Aiic lion on Moudns the day of June 1010 tiloclock i inM or thereabout bolus Cot jity Court duyl credit of nix months the tho onehalf sin divided interest of the following tracts or laaxls 1st tract beginnlui nt a rock near the mouth of the lane a white oak and sweet gum loneU ed a pointers running tbcncQ S 152 E 1JO poles to a rock a mulberry mark d an jiolnter thence S C3 E 4 poles to a rue near the bank creek two Iromvoods swcet uiii and elm marked an pointers thence M 4 W 2U oert to a rock on the old line thence S 43 V 13 H Ie to the bcglnulug containing 55 acres more or 2nd cjjlnnlii nt a Hwcctguin nuuilng to two poplunt thence S 88 U 147 poles to a walnut ash and dogwood In Stlchcal Phillips line thence N 40 N 1C7 poles to a white oak Mlcheal Phillips mill Uonjamln JagoeH turner tjeneo S SI N TO poles to a rock thence Nfc poles to the beginning con taliilng SI acres but there is ti be etceptcd from said tract of land 10 acres thereof on the south side of lirlar creep sold to VlnlleM Phil lips und bounded as follows Beginning nt a rock thence poles S 45 to a imilburry X 03 47 poles to n rook on the bank of Brlur creek thence with said creek to the beginning ten acres or less Or sudcleiit thereof to produce tho of money no ordered to be made For the porch arc price the purchaser with approved occurray or hccnrltlert ntust execute hand bearinglegal Interest the day of sale until paid nod having the force nUll elTuct of a judgment Hldlcrs will l prepared to comply promptly with these term Jas W Oates M C Give Miss Lena Arnold your Jaundry she represents Melcalfe ol Hopkinsvillc oneof the best plants in this state Sunda Penrodare whirh attendedsinging daughter May pIn I t St7S crowdwill Cir t IN or the for Up with the r tO itt I a coal m11 mining Ilrlvll geR or ur Briar leaN tract tiO I 5 J i I l ItrJcfft t 1 i I Tamil Mrs ErUITr ta Onikr s rise Court rye kidder ELF isle aura roar M I B 1 B B i U = j ISUANC BLAKVVELL ROAR- KNAL H B H j U I u N B B We represent th Home Co of H I i Insurance q I I E 0 jj i r i I f f I j f if j f FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYERS LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY BONDS j GIVE IS A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE BLAGKWELL ROARK GREENVILLE KY DEF OY KENTUCKY We announce to our trade and the pub lic that our stocks of goods in all depart are larger and better selected than GENERAL MERCHANDISE and can supply most of the wants of the people In Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Etc we offer large selections In Groceries Hardware Tinware Farm Implements and such goods our stocks are especially strong In all departments prices will be found the lowest and your visits will be highly appreciated f s a f in service on call anywhere Orders in this line given prompt 1 and careful attention any hour day or night J Telepiiones StoreJo I 3 The BRIDGES SHANNON CO IDEPOY KENTUCKY A fjJr t ill J ill The BRIDGES SUANNON 0 u miiWI lI i a O 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Our prices are right Satin faction guaranteed tYi olItht 1oIf f lSAVINGS RANK If your MUUl BfRG SfNTINfl 1 I i J l t politicalwelfare l J i Q ji i tfr customers- j i- fj c w 111 q f r 4 1 4 M j Y y h k A w 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 best You can be sure of this we sell the perfect ACME land of paints enamels stains varnishes all carrying the guar antee mark Our paintor S stainwe qUALITY r ittbe- cause With every purchase of Acme Quality kind we give you free The Selection and Use of Paints and Finishes the only com plete paint book ever published Greenville Milling Go Incorporated the TElEGRAPH GO r CUMBERLAND TH tlLE Off rlf r e- KiN9 Long distance linos and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi cad Louisiana We can put you in quick and satisfactory communIcation with the people of great section of the country Wo sollcit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilitios assed In uns the ur E CALDWgLL lrcsits LLi1D uMECpg1 r1cs T D WEB ITI Officers W A Wickliffe President C E Martin Vice Presi dent John T Reynolds Jr Cashier Ed S Wood Assistant Cashier Directors W A Wickliffe E J Puryear R T Martin J T Reynolds Jr Ed S Wood C E Martin Geo W Martin a r I c f JI4 rt c- Thk 1taowa seenvtllc hcntacul 4 8 Makes the food of maximum quality at minimum cost i j J TA ROYAL I I C R R LOCAL TIME CARDt r KOBTUBOUXD Ire Cincinnati Express 101 Louisville Limited OUTU BOUND 11 4 Bum 135 Paducah and Cnlro nccora 515 nm 121 Fulton Accommodation IMOpm 101 New Orleans Special 103 Jf O Spec LouUvllle passr only 120 am Tune5 1010 W Agt PROVIDENCE BY JAMES BALLANTINE Ballcntlnc of Kelso Scotland was tarn In 1T72 nUll tiled In 1833 lIe wax one of the closest frlenda of Sir Walter Scott who nevertheless seemed to take pleasure in ridi culing his friend especially fur a certain porn posity of manner gonicthing one would not Hu spec t nt least from the little poem below was n contributor to the Scotch magazine and also a printer and publisher ad the editor or the Journal he the familiar literary characters of the beginning of the last century Confide ye nye in Providence for Providence IB kind And bear yea llfex changes wi a calm and fiaefnHh and yell win through Forllfea blade o grass keps Its ntn drop o dew Gin reft free friends or croat In love as vhlles iiac doubt ycve been Grief lies deep hidden In your heart or tears now free your ccn Believe It for the best and trow theres good In store for you For ilka blade o gross keps its ain drap o tea v liilang lang days o trimmer when the dear and plpuijless tky cfut j ne wee dip p yai to nature parched and dry The genial night wi balmy breath pars vcr And blade o kept IU ain drop o dew Sac lest mid fortunes suntthtuc we should feel owre proud and tile And In our pride forget to wipe the tear poortlthttcc Some wee dark clouds o sorroW come we ken na whence or boo But blade o grass keps Its ama drap o dew give us your job work Good morning DO you believe spring is here Cheer up The worstjn weather is probably over Needles for all sewing machines at Roarks Tomorrow night is the show night Be on hand Mr laddie Yqnts was at home from Princeton last Suiuay See Cornette the coal man be fore you buy coal The minstrel show will be given at opera house tomorrow night The glorious Fourth will be the event of national observance See the Rockwell corner dust shield at Roarks Greenville contributed somewhat to the state road fund in the automobile taxes Mrs Jewis of State Col lege Penna js here on visit tq relatives and friends Get potted plants and cut flowers from Miss Lena Arnold Greenville will be largely repre seated at the flying machine event in Louisville next Saturday and Call No 236 for cabbage tomato and sweet potato plants 1 Loutwilte Express pm 138 Central nccom 7151101 340 pm G oea to It a tsnlnqr iR f ri dare Ilk ilk pet 1 l 41 t t Rf 1 y f A 1 i e dI Sun day pt i r i if piI 1II lIT 1I j xo 143 5am 154dI City cro CnAwronD James L rz was oneof c hough hemmed won every side nprlug anew grass fenc r i A mattes I Reno b r I try mil r s rr t rC TilE RECORD SOl per year Show at opera house tomorrow night by local talent Crops have improved wonderful ly the last few days and are the closest cultivation Prof B Fr Allison arrived last Friday from Oakland Cal and with his mother Mrs A M Terry Greatest labor saver ever invented can be seen at Roarks The farmers are not letting the Rood weather get one bit ahead of them and every day is being used to the fullest Subscribers were given a new telephone directory last week and the list is growing as shown by new book Orien L Roark is in Louisville attending the annual sessions of Kentucky Funeral Directors Asso Mr J A Jonson came over from Madisonville last Sunday spending a few hours here with home folks and friends Telephone No 5 and will be for and delivered Property owners are now wanting concrete pavements and the area is being largely extended May the proceed Greenville is now a coupon ticket office and agent Crawford is pre pared to supply transportation to any part of the world Call on Leslie Hale net to First National Bank for candies books sundries cigars tobacco etc f3 Mr Burcn Martin is improving his business house on west Main cross street by having a concrete pavement laid in front of the build ing There was a very large Saturday crowd here as the land was too wet to and people from every corner of the county came town Get Hamptons magazine and THE RECORD for the price of the magazine alone Messrs Claude Walker and W Dempsey have returned Little Ark where they spent the winter Working af their trade of painting and paper Mr J W has purchased half interest in the Sentinel and assumes the business management His connection with the concern will add materially in every way gee the show by local talent at opera house Friday night Proceeds for Methodist Sundayschool room Tuesday was the r33rd ary of the adoption of the stars and stripes as the flag of the country and was supposed to be generally observed but only two or three people here recognized the event by a display of the colors v 1 irs receiving Out of coal Telephone elation ourlaundr goodwork Wile hanging- L Laps ann fWI 4 V r e th 2322 or quick service and good oal tit called word almo fro Rock f i i r LIfitIT VI lOUT CONTESTIA I l BOUT took place a short time ago between Kid Mul cahy and Fighting Old Jack Jamer son Kid Mulcahy J in attempting to establish himself as a light weight champion received a rude setlack in hi fight with Old Jack Jamerson at the Park Athletic Club There was a large crowd present the gate rates being low The combatants were about equal in height weight muscle and biceps and but little difference in reach Jamerson had some advantage in that particular while Mulcahy had the advantage in age Me is much younger than J nncrson But Ja mcrson seemed to have the best training and experience in ring gen eralship Mulcahy seemed to be untrained and awkward yet he was very sanguine that he would do Ja merson up in a short time at the commencement ot the bout but he overestimated his ability to do the work lIe was too careless and abcut delivering his blows and punches He to have the cleverness activity and glibness of foot but he was ignorant to know how and where to deliver his blows and to avoid a beating he had to resort to ducking and dodging Ja mersons blows had quite a ring experience before he met Mu cahy and this gave him great ad vantage in the bout Kid Mulcahy was the first to the ring accompaticd by his seconds He was followed a little- s later by Fighting Jack Jamerson warmly received by the he entered the arena When referee Paschal entered the ring the fight commenced By rounds Mulcahy was the first to lead off the lust second rounds he fought viciously as if he would knock Jamerson out with right and left hand swings but his blows and jabs were at random and not properly directed so he failed to floor Jamerson as he expected- e In the third round Jamerson got in some telling blows a left hand swing to the a right hand uppercut to the jaw he bought Mujqahy sto ills knecspand caused him to groggy And in the fourth round Jamerson delivered one of his left hand swings and up percut on the jaw quickly with a right hand sockdologer solar plexus blow and Mulcahy went down in a heap and was After he was carried to his room and well sprinkled he came to himself and said that he haJ no idea that wa such a hard hitter That he had acted very foolish in being so careless and uncautious as to give Jaraerson all the advantage of him in the bout by not being trained for the occasion That the very first blow that Jaracrson gave him knocked the wind out of him He said he thought that he was go ing to have a soft thing of it and be able to knock Jamerson out in the or second found but when he undertook it hp found that he had mode a mistake said that he would like to meet Jamerson again in the ring but that the next time he would be prepared to meet him Jamerson smiled as they carried Mulcahy off he shook hands with his friends and appeared as fresh as when he entered the ring The pro pIe were all completely astonished at the result of the bout the odds being largely in favor of Mulcahy two to one Some said that Mul said that Jamersons blows were too much for him and that no man on earth without training could stand up before such terrific thumps were delivered by Jamerson on him and that he had learned a good les was to meet his opponent REPORTER County Union A S of E The A S of E county union will be held at the court house Thursday and Friday July 78 Local unions send delegates and the public is invited All should be present the first day when Ron J Gray man pger of the great toujs cpnycn lion of farmers will address the pub tic at i oclock iC t J F Doss Pres M C U i The Y M C A baseball team will Cross bats with the Lovells Chappel boys on the grounds here at 3 oclock Saturday and a warmly contested game is an ticipated 1 n Sent tel J mcrson enter whowas crowdas n anti andwith windand following- it countedout first fie Into hem t 4 J J incautious secured f act proerbon a will v Telephone Meeting Tuesday Night A representative gathering of our people met at the court house Tues day night for a discussion of the telephone matter Mr J F Doss was elected chairman A report was made by a committee at a former meeting and there was a discussion as well as speeches on other related feature There has been little progress made with the Cumberland company which submitted data to support its claim that service could not be rendered at a lower price than the scale now in effect Mr W R Gardiner of Glasgow representing the home Telephone Co matte an address offering to supply improved service Automatic selective at a slight reduction in cost The committee in connection with committees from other points in the county will give the matter further consideration and at a general county meeting to be held here next Wednesday it is hoped that a can be reached that will be satisfactory to all parties Orders for cut flowers the prompt attention of Miss Lena Arnold Greenville usually well up on all lines is short of June brides as we have up to the present supplied only one with slight prospect of more it is fcarJ i The county institute wl ich ii was in would be held in has been postponed untit Augus the date to be announced soon Superintendent Shaver is ar ranging a program that will be full ofinterest Cabbage and tomato plants for sale W F Johnston Concrete pavements are not an expanse They arp a permanent vestment that add to property arc sightly and add to the com fort and safety of pedestrians More interest is collected on such an in vestment than money loaned Longs bakery is now one of the best equipped in these parts He has moved into the new annex specially built with plenty of fight and the conveniences Latest miidlfincryis use lg an electric mr tor jncreag jng the capacity Is it cooking coal you want Call 232 2 and have it delivered at per load Greenville with already more concrete pavements than any town of the sie in the state will have many thousand more square feet before the season is over This adds to appearances and improves prop erty values more than any one thing that could possibly be done The flight of the birdmen at Louis ville is causing much interest here and Greenville will bs well repres ented Among others who are plan ning to attend are W D Black well Baren Martin C W Roark Head R F Jarvis T J Sparks and family Qrien L Uqark Tames Mayhqgh W H Hmcndins Just the thing for the corners rooms and for stairways is the Rock well dust shield See it at Roark The annual state meet of the State Farmers Union will be held at Central City on July 26 27 28 and will draw delegates from all sections Many people from the pounjy wjlt as the program will bq lull of interesting topics and the talks and discussions will be from the leading men in the state The Presbyterian parsonage painted and will be occupied by the pastor Dr W R Henderson and family Dr Hen derson is known to our people as he occupied the pulpit of his church Pn Y 1 neic montha ago impression on the was so favorable that he was en gaged coming here from an im portant post at Shelbina Mo The county convention of the V C T U will be held on Thurs day June 33 and wH Uc on alt y session the services being held in the Methodist church The program is being arranged and promises be one of much interest Lunch will be served on the Mr G R Hancock and wife have here on a visit to Mr anti Mrs Ii H Havlin this week Old papers for sale at this office f i j Instruments- etc willreceIve jul in values aU d i y r ISO 1 is be Sing decoratedand q Game congregation re been IJJJ o appointed settlement tear lit r red and rcafl Fie o attend IHis h t t churclt lawn 1 3 t i Shooting on Street Monday Night was considerallt created about 8 oclock Mon day evening when Phil Jenkins shot twice at Alfred Collins Both are colored and the shooting took place in front of the colored Main street Both shots went wild and in the flurry Jenkins made his escape Collins was arrested as he was drinking and disorderly The cause of the trouble is not known Trials will be held when Jenkins is secured and the officers hope to have him shortly Dennis Alexander Caught Chief of police Dan Langlcy of Central City arrested Dennis colored at that place morning and brought him here Alexander shot and killed John Mason and wounded Ed Kimblcy both negroes at Central City about two months ago and since that time has been at large He back to his old haunts Sunday and Langley was soon on his trail and landed him Alexander was brought here and succeeded in giving bond in the sum of 1200 so was released It is said that he was in a measure justified in while he claims it was in self defense and he expects to be cleared when trial is hall Telephone Meeting June 22 All who arc interested in tele phone service in Muhlcnberg coun are asked to meet in mass at the court house on June 22 at 10 oclock a m and hear a report from the committee consider same and take such action as may best conserve the telephone users This is a matter of importance and I desire to urge your attendance and that we the spirit of as a qnjt on the decisions of this meeting I may add that thus far there has been practically no made J F Doss Chm Telephone Com Next Monday will be the longest day of the year See the very latest thmg in parpcl sweepers at Mr Arthur Y Martin and Mrs Lena Wart Weissinger pf 4aducahf vere married at Kansas its on Thursday June 9 Mr Martin is a Greenville boy and is a lawyer of prominence in his adopted city His wife is known to many of our people and is a bright attractive woman They have the very best wishes of many friends More than funeral directors of the state are this week attending the tenth annual session of the Funeral Directors Associa tion at the Seelbach Hotel in Louis ville Prof Horace Moll of is the lecturer and demonstrator and there are several other men of the profession in ReiucsJ Rates for Aviatba in Louisville On account of the meet m Louisville on June 18 and 19 the I sell round trip tickets at a rate of one anti one third fare on sale June 17 and 18 limited 20 for return On Sunday June 19 round trip tick its will at one fare g for return oa train No 103 same dale 2t Last Sunday the hour of the morning service at the Methodist church was given to the annual pp seryqnpp o s Day Good Shepherd was the topic and the songs speeches and drills were all very impressive The average attendance of the Sundayschool has been during the past month al most 150 this being the largest Sun dayschool in town Charles K Hamilton who will be one of the stars of the oujsvillfl a roundtrip flight between New York and Philadelphia last Monday at a speed of almost a mile a minute He would have made the trip both wa s without a stop but for an accident to h SAtpi which causei tile decent for repairs pn the return trip The flight from New York was made without a stub The city council was in session Monday night and in addition considerable routine business the strict committee was instructed have some crossings made and in vestigate the demand for pavement extensions There is quite a call for pavements from people in sever al section and it is quite likely that the council will order the work done at au Early dt3 Th ere excitement restaurant- on Alexander shooting meeting interests- of possess concessions Roark Kentucky Chicago prominent nh t ay tWIll to Just be suM The meet too r T Y Y Monday ventured Wednesday ca opelatioa standing rrgoo attendance tat and tad ChIt mat p put tot Foot power required to run a sewing machine is little to be sure but it is enough to give the average woman a backache F f M Ail1 lf r Y f cr r J i t tr I i t 4 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 and operated from light socket Our Day Current Will Do Your Cleaning GREENVILLE LIGHT fi WATER CO Incorporated standardmachine anyelectric 6O Y M C A Officers Chosen The members of the Y M C A have chosen their board of direct ors and they in turn have chosen the officers and boatel of trustees The seleciions have been carefully made and the directing force of the Association is excellent Following is the President W G Duncan Recording Secretary A Witfi HamsTreasurer Jao T Reynolds Jr Board of Directors H C Lewis C W Taylor Jno Barkley Jr J L Morgan Sr J A Gilman R B Shaver Orien L Roark R F JarvisBoard of Trustees W G Duncan juo T Reynolds Jr J W J Purycar W A WicklifL Annual Meeting Equity Tobacco Ware house Stockholders The annual stockholders ue Mivp of the Greiiivjl iifpmuMe Tobacco incorporated will b held ut the court house Monday June 27 1910 at I oclock p m the purpose of electing three mem bers to the hoard of directors and to nqact such other business as may properly come before the body It is that each stockholder be present either in persjn orby roxy J J RICE Pres 1621 J F Doss A M Terry continues to improve and ii is hoped recover from injuries received in a fall Officers were called to lube Weirs house vest of town about noon Tuesday and secured Annie Tctt who ha I cut Annie May Burden with a raziir Four slashes had been made all ot them in the face and head and none of them specially serious Both parties arc colored The trial will be held as sopn 35 the wqiflan abja to appear fggSgxFoi first class livery service including closed carriages call on Barbour Head Kentucky nevaiiapers should be brytU0r thin usual next week as of the tired broken duvn Arid yorn out editors win he attending the annual meett which twill be held hs year in Middlesboro The with their wives and sweet hearts will be having a fine time and tho associate editors will have opportunity at home to show how much better the editorial work cat bo dono Farmers are very scarce in town these days as they are ill with farm work has been de hayed by rains of the past several weeks L Lam- E U tu c fur urge I Mrs willsoon i most editors bus hich et roll Vice resident Geo Eaves IVreholt j Sect Burden w Marhlne Dritcn ty Genial Electric Motor v I l Seln Do You Feel This Way I Do you eel oil tired out Do you sometimes think just cant work at orofcyou away your I cion or trade any longer Do you have a poor ape ltc and lay awake at nights unable to sleep Ars your nerves all gone and your stocicch too P Has an bition to forge chcod in the world left you If so you might as well put a step to your misery You cn do It you will Dr Pierces Medical Discovery will make a different individual It will set your lazy liver work It will set things right in your your appetite will come back It will purify your I if ybu i- to stomachand boo consumptionithas almost a foothold in th form of A r lingering cough bronchitis or blccdirg at the it will bring about a cure in 9S per cent of all cases It is a remedy prepared Dr R V Pierce of Buffalo N Y whose is gksx free to all who wish to write him His practiceDont substi tutes for Dr Pierces medicines recommended to be just as good Dr Pierces medicines arc OP Kflo fJ COMPOSITION Their every ingredient printed 93 Made roots without alcohol Contain no looping dnijft Worlds Dispensary Medical Association BufTalo N Y ad cir I lungs Ice wr rent habitS Stores will all be closed here on July Fourth mcrchaU DOll clerks taking the huliday Mrs J T Staton of Hanson h is been here a the latnily of Mr G W Eaves Fnr room residence near C II for rent till Nov i at 9 per month Apply to this office if Mrs Walter o Madfspn ville is a vssitor at the home of Mr G W Eaves and short while The Union Association of Sun dayschools is in session this work with the Oakley Home church in Hopkins county and is largely at tended by persons from this county Among others are Mr M B Mr Donald of this coy Mis Fannie Eades and Messrs Sherman Grruu J fc Day and Henry M llvaine Duvalls Chapel Misses Nola Green anti Annie Shelton anti Mr St m Murphy of Green Cnaptfl On the Kentucky Edu patijnul Association at Henderson June 2123 tickets will be on sale June 30 and 21 and train No 135 June 22 at round trip rate of one fare plus 250 Tickets limited ti June 25 for return W G CRAWFORD Agent This is getting to he an nutom vi age I he uailc n anagcr ut the Qros circus has for sums rno been the motor vehicu with a view to eraj loving it and the decision has about been reached to transport the show by this meant The heavy increase in the ruiliunl rates and the interest in good roads and their great improve ment the country are the two conditions which have brought about the decision It will be au odd thing to circuses going back to road shows but it is piobable AH Tour Yellowstone Nation a Park Colorado and Utah JVMonally conducteil 17 day trip Monday A uit t via Monuu Route sprndin five days in Yellowstone Park and top ping at Suit luke Cuv Glcnwood Springs Manituu Colorado Sprn s and Denver Side trips to puiuts of interest Plivate cars throughout journey parked during Yellowstone Tour 175 covering everything a in one berth 165 each Send for book about this wonderful trip to Geo A J nes Manager 2737 4th Ave or E II Bacon D I A Motion Route Louisville Ky Its not much use talking of giving your heart to God when leave only the fag end of yourself fur your family I t few dayswith rents willremain for a C of t account of bile Rill lin1J r It h t i allover see Exp u t i i 0 i Y 1on ers f x a studying growing t yS r Anse leaving Liuisvtlle bet r fF1 RQARK Furniture Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wrapper Slippers Grve Vaults ROARK 0 l ft r W llp per t Jar rGae n N Ir iSin ec ion rIr rm end DAHLIA WCK ROSE This Plower One of the Mert PraCirbJo That Can Be Grown Inrmers who grmv nW ers fur n he Hue and tin HppiMs partic ularly sumo nl the lunmrs wives will live nciir g Mp sLcd towns are HssnriHl by I K PfliiciHk of Hcrlln N 1 who produces nanny kinds of lowers that lilt1 dahia Jack rose Is ne of most profitable blossoms Mr IVamrk ut blooms Inst season Cint limits hi l er hundred while a MmtttiMiuseliM team sold oulput at SI u n dioHii As to ililti rose Mr Pea noel vrllr Now alter another years prnwlnc ilnrii wlilrh wo had several suns we eiw only mid to the praise extend III rr1i i GIdenl In time Ill profits a a s DAHLIA JACK ROSE ed by u last year It was the hcalth last plant we hud ou the place the to get Into bloom and every now er was perfwt the entire season which In our location was a must trying one owln to the extended droughts True the stems were nut us long as they have been hilt they were as lfrurnsf tlii e of Sylvia recognized by nil its u tint class flower with good stems nod later In the season ninny Jiick rose stems averaged louger than nuy of the ref vHl7 l standard va Hetlus Almost every sptflal order for cut lowers Included tile jack ruse Auotlier thing tint to lie forgotten Is the turning qnaSlty of tle Jaelf rose Avlilch Is even today being placed on the market anti sold at prices far above chrysantjeiuums as It tins that brilliant rich crhason Hint appeals to nil and cannot be found In the chrys luithemum u decidedly richer shade than found even In the jacqueminot rose A New Kind of Corn From China A small lot of shelled corn ot n klud that Is new to this country was sent to the United States department of agriculture from Shanghai China in 1003 and tested the same season It proved to have qualities that may make it valuable In breeding a corn adapted to the but stud dry conditions of the southwest The plants raised In till test averaged less than six feet hi height with an average of twelw Rreeii leaves at time of tussellug Time e rs averaged thc und onehalf Inches In length and four and onethird Inches hi greatest circumference with six teen to eighteen rows of small grains On the upper part of the plant the leaves are all on one side of the stalk Instead of being arranged In two rows im opposite sides this the upper leaves stand erect Instead of dropping anti time tips of the leaves are therefore above the tot ot the tas set The silks of the ear are produced ut the point where the leaf blade Is joined to the leaf sheath This cure Is very different from nay now produced In America Its pecul fur value Is that time erect arrange ment ut the leaves on one side of the stall maul the appearance of the silks the angle where the leaf blade joins the sheaf offer a protected place In which mill settle and fertilize the silks before till latter are ever ex posed to time air While this corn may be of little value itself It Is likely that by crossbreeding these desirable qual sties ran be imparted to n larger corn The discovery of this peculiar corn In China suggests anew the Idea that although America Is the original homo of corn yet It by some menus have been taken to time eastern hemi sphere long before the discovery of America by Columbus From descrip tions In Chinese literature corn la known to have been established in China within less than n century after tbe voyage ef Columbus Hay Consumed by Animals The tiny consumed by different ant mals does not vary greatly from three pounds daily for each hundred pound weight of the animals The following table Is tbe result ot various expert ments by different persons and will be useful to farmers who wish to mine by calculation beforehand how their hay will hold out for the winter Working hnrxci iiS ponrds mill rows 140 pounds young growing emit tle iiHK pounds steers JS1 pounds try cows 2A2 pounds sheep it pounds All the articles enumerate in this fond table estimated as of quality If time fodder he of poor gnat tj more must be allowed o r r a Iii to pollen I if Is s I il ore j i f r 1 2 r first jM I Itt sldrs x tummy s t r V A deters It good yI- a l dip- S WORTH OF GOOD SCHOOLS Educate the Country Boy nu Make Farm Life Interesting All o i i lit rolled States there tins n gradual educational awakenini in rural communities The people lire beginning to realize that it they would Keep their children on the farms it Ihrr wnld prepare them adequately tot time struggle m ife they must give them an edMeatlun that will fit them to coinii mad commercially with then iirtitiers and sisters of the cities Already too many ol our chil siren discouraged by the narrow lifo null la k educational opportunities In thu otmtrr have exchanged their firms tot n stool behind n bookkeep ers desk or a yardstick behind a counter the llelds and pastures that should nave been their heritage bring In money for the truck gardener from the oily who possesses what the country bred boy lacked an education that enables him to gain quick anti sure returns from the soil and to dis pose ot them to the hUH advantage at the nearby markets Country cbll I Nile They glen 5 catty f MODEL COUNTKT SCIIOOIjHOCSn Inn as a rule are anxious to learn they enjoy scluoi and dont mind bad weatinr Country communities have hern very fortunate In securing good teachers and there seems to prevail a bond of love between teacher and twirl that helps to mike their studios Interesting Many rural districts have means ot conveying scholars to mad from school The school building should be well lighted will heated well ventilated nail ns attractive as possible The teachers should be acquainted with and perfected In till newest methods anti lu every wry possible time children suould be given the same advantages that are showered on city children Most rural schools arm poorly lighted Their matures throw out so little heat that only those who are so fortunate as to sit near can manage to keep warm while others shiver all day and ride home chilled frequently with se Ions results Towns should make It a practice to let the children Have every advantage of education MUNICIPAL NEATNESS Cleanliness Is a Valuable Asset to the Towns Progress UiMpine p tirade many yours nuiiii i tin billboard nuisance it Is very pleasant to une In numerous towns that some drastic measures have been taken looking to the curtail ment of this most offensive eyesore The vacant lot Is another problem with or without the billboard Ash heaps piles of tin cans broken dishes bailing wire old bed springs broken carts and perambulators bottles with out number and castoff shoes arc a few of time decorations noted In vacant lots of some of our towns Neatness Is Indicative of cleanliness Just as surely In the ease of a municipality as with individuals While It may cost a little to secure this elennllnes the cost of maintenance of a high stand ard would be very little mind assur ance of RU h desirable conditions could be brought about by thu passage mill enforrement of suitable ordinances Neatness lacy Its own reward for aside trout Improved appearances a decided menace to health Is removed The value of cleanliness to the city beam ful movement is simply Incalculable Beautiful surroundings have a decided effect upon the character of our lives Clean characters come only from clean conditions and clean surroundings That town Is not a desirable place of residence In which many evidences are seen of slovenly municipal housekeep ing Cndeanllness Is not a valuable asset to a towns progress We men Construct SidawsISca A novel town Improvement has been started In the Ulen Park district III California In which the women of that section take a prominent part The women are engaged in a successful sidewalk crusade having for Its ob ject the laying of cement sidewalks throughout the district They have contracted with a rock denier a memo ber of 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